Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

 - Class of 1951

Page 1 of 160

 

Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1951 Edition, Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1951 volume:

T-iX-:jabs ff? m f-J Q gg A 'W ' 3 3 3 Jmiffffj ff E -iff? ! j,fl?5?j?'l Swgixi i Q xnxx 5 1 XX . ,ig ay, " ' 1 X ' XT, DQ C125 Ao C' Ezffezgk 7 W AA A D A + ' xl N53 2?D' C A 1 P fw, 'V .f-.. L wa, Au' .-"' ' ' ,X I-'Wav W -.+'.v,, .,' .99!". 5' ig ' 4.54-a,p-Lk-1 .W ':-13. , 'Y fig-fl! 1- ww. , f , ,- , A ff A ., f z , 1 .. " 1 . . Q, 1, , , , SL 5, .',u,v ,, 4 5 4 .F ,, , -g lfk timf w j p mggij. 3 . is we 1 ... K, , Z e , N 3, ,, f fa v Z, N N M77 ff j M Navel" X M QD jifq in . -' G . X XV XX BV , Q Q., cj. s ff,wv4,2.,,o,f Ylff' 'wk "'4 '-N f " x Ffa Z KVM: on 'iffifi QCRAZ 46, 55- 7 X REE 3523 X S35 if ff? M, SES ,fy xi E Ni M Hx 'hw la, N 'New .. ' L L ,H K V-gy. A ,, A , ,. , , . t - 9, A ,. , N".:"L"Eg4,',,,--+1-Q Q' , X- r.. . - A . : MLRH! f . V V - -':':1,:m,-1 : Q3 ' RQ - ww -"N "ff "fx:-'x W . . r Y fa + , 1.- ' F- 1?,,3'1 ""'7B'+Q:rRQ FN 1g:r 'f fgr.j3gg-:f:x Ig? 'Y' :v 'LB I 1 tg, - 3 ,-L 245-A idwfgqfa - "Vip: szjfwxn..-:','1 Um' . y . -, ,. 4 ,,f 4,, , -.r' at ' " - ' 'L-:...1'-:id fa W A , +72 fig, ' Nu i 4 J "U 'f A " W'? f. , ..,, .,,..4,,'h,+w-V 1 , 3 rf rr., K pe ,fs ' -'-X'---' ' 'C " V M 'F ' . ' A i 0 M ' 'W " K g- f f ' Q y 4 Q a .. , 1 3' 3 3 ? 4 i A ff '2f"4,4,.L2,N fx. a 5 a 3 ,w 2 1 2 3 5 5 n u 5 5 il E Q I Q 5 K E F 2 a 1 3 E G E 5 'f Q E 1 ! 5 5 5 1 E E P E 5 2 L 3 a 1 QUXX4 P6 XXNXSTXTXBTY. Oi' RO CHESTER xl TYW. BASXXA N4 YP-TYWRS 'WW Ps V2.0 B CON OOC, , , 'fi -13, 5 -,ff dl f L Q , R if W-n . V Q. Q! 2 V ms'-:NN Q 2 if fzfgf SQ Q H... ? K 1, f' :z r N ' Sif ' , 21. . Ag ' - WZFM 'ilgmn THE S E1NIOR CLA AQUlN 1fLSlNS'T I 'TU C , " Lu .4 ' - - . , ,,-,,w,,,- , ,-, , . f-. .MH I , V ., I 4 . ,,. N--,,,.,,g, Q., gl., , 554: Mi X MU., ,. ,7 -1 '4 ,- ' K -. x -up ' , .,n,,ngg,,'-A - vf,y4,fW' , ,M ' , . ' hw-am, . - . f' , 1 :gf 'f"ff:fA3f'm:f wgmg, A , X f A x,. ,f vffw v Md-r-ff - 'Q , ,e -, -- -VNLVK , 5 ' 1- as .2 5 :ev , S S 3 ' -'S .,. j 3 E ' .... .. J , X ., -. . Cl ' ' V, .- our .ini I E Simi '. -. 1 x V 5 - -I, 31' 'V -.. ..... - ,,,, 7 ... ...... .. .- -. -. - ,,-' .., th .. 91 Cl If I on ll' una. -E: Y " ug- .- Tiivv- uit i -1 gn-F -3. U. .-. -B .9 o-. l 1 "' .B .5 Q 0' . .9 , of ' f ' N in I 1 5' , I 'LN W V ' -1-3.6 f 1 f vs "Q Y . if f . F ,X ,N X - I ,dia SAW .X 'V. I, - ":"".. vi-'Lif,.' "Q, - ' if g,ff"1f".If5"1, 'ff' -P .P 'N 'fy 4.-'53-f,T..'g1w ' "" .- ' '-Sf :'p"i.--"2-' .N-ff':ff:rA wx. A ' .. '52 L . if ' f ,- ,y , . , 41 . , -e - -P f,,J5,-53199 -I -. 2-Q iff fy:-P' -If:-13. , U V ' I P , ,I q' 'i , r' D' .ini , ' wk' ..-- . V X 1,0 Q, 'U N I ff, .vi 'fx -9- ' f QV- ,, 4 ' 1' '- 4-v A 1 ag a YQ N .P ,gw fare! N. ,Q 5,4-L.,,.,.:a .,f1,,.f-Zjguu I 'Q' 'e ,ap If 4' ' Y "',..g,.-' - 1' A 4? Q! - . . " -5 -D' 1, , "I dyfie. J ,fi 'LN .i, 5-F:'l'-5-P"'?..2'L A 5045 Ji'-. ... -- F ffjaivl ,fgf -ff H ..,. 4' 1 " L V ,. . .4 .ff 1. ' --',..f 4. ' .- , ff Swv' , 'ff' Q ,ff-L ' ic 4-Q..-fa - v. ' VY - -1. 7' ww' ,ff ff' ii-1-5: Q- f f' ' ' 'Cox , ' -I' " 1 ' H 1 f ' N" . 1 ,kg 4- J .Bw -2- 6 .7 1 ' fx 1 Zi n -I -P -dl-1 'I 'I' VJ' 'j"li'D'f,4-"f f Ka' a.-fi ' ' -' -g. . 5- Xq, yy if rfrvwf yr ,P 'rr' J uv.-1' W ' ff' ' '41 Hfv:'.Af'g.w- .,- -6' -P .P 1 ff ,ar , -, . , ,vf',.. A, .Q 4- "9 X", .1-"JJ, U, "'4,.:5,,,-'::,fJ"f,':.,f ,Q vsfw ' -'...:', ,,-f1f"f 1,-ff. ff" . W ' uf . ' -" 35 ' da- ,,. ,ax ff,-' J' -FMF 4 , a 1, , ,. :. ,. -,Pg -gy" fS.5,vfT'7'jIl CQ, , ..- .gr xy',.IA.! J. ,,,. . ',..,- , - ' If ,J if fr ,- ,xq e us- nn- s' gif' f " f' ,V an w "' -P -- fx xnxx! .3 J., X vw- MM 11-up Har- Y - h VV' X S 'f en:-'er -F v'f4'!i5"- 4533: "MIN ' J V, V Q 'IH S -E. U -H nr !,xx,X,,3QqiX 'fi' Yi S! an 1: an an X-4 use ggi' ,lixgxxx ' V, ' V, ' S- .,"'L -ea- Kx -lr 1 1 dr -' XX. -v ' V 1 -ei' 1 3 tn -., V I ' 3 ar 'V . JMX A' , G B- E. as 1. 4: ... can-Q Y - .9 ,, cr .9 xx ,Ax My es-,, 'H' Q gg ea. 5 is ., -1 '4' 'lp ' ns- '-Y W- xx 1 nu- 5- -' 1' A ea' -. W1 -P 3 .3 1 1 Y i 5 5 3- 1 1 3' -lu. qgn- ug- 3 Q - 1- eb 3' ,2 et : 'ns an ,,,. ...P -B :- ups bv ,eg -as. 5 Q no -.. .. ll. i I " ! as ui Goodness in the educational field is the ful ' ' - in the student of all thatl needed to make their lives successful as tr f -': -- true hristians. This I " S HI- f' :D -- - n f , i K' ' V 5 process necessarily includes spiritual, moral, fellec - sicdl Cl6Vel0P' ment, for "Christian education takes in the whole aggr : A of human life." The heavy burden of responsibility belongs to the parents but to aid them in the task, they summon the school in the formation of their children. The Catholic school realizing that "every method of education founded wholly or in part on the denial or forgetfulness of original sin and grace and relying on the sole powers of human nature, is unsound," sets up activities which include the spiritual, intellectual, and physical. ' I Spiritual goodness can be attained by offering with the priest the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass each morning in the chapel and the reception of Holy Communion- the Sacrament of Penance always available-the Perpetual Rosary sponsored by the Sodality-the annual Retreat-the participation in Mission activities- the guidance of the Homeroom Counselor and the Director of' Christian Formation. Intellectual goodness can be attained both in classes and clubs, by application to mental tasks that involve memory and understanding. The constant application to the cultivation of the mind, in spite of difficulty will strengthen the will to s after what is good. Physical goodness can be attained by participation in the athleti pr am, which includes competitive sports for those who are capable o th and the compulsory physical education program for all. Through these the dents can acquire sudm goods as self-reliance, self-confidence, co-o era , and 9 unselfishness. r..,h A Aquinas fosters to a high degree everyt'hing that will ,make for s ' , fv- ing because she realizes that "the subiect of education is man, -lemand entire, soul united to body in unity of nature, with all his faculties n ral and f 0 supematural." .. ..--'g-".'1"I-"'5':'x--favs-T-':':' -:lzgmli -'M' 'J-gli E C f 1 f nv M,-fx, 'i""""""'f" -Qi -N l J N" -'lr Q! I , ' ' E we-..--B--" ,,f--s-fy.',,-Q, ,- - C11 ? ' ' -Q, ' an 0- , - ' 1 J dh - , - ZS' '. i . ' A I " "" '- .,v:,,J,,'.-.:,9.ssf? --,kj ... . X , I bv --ff if : " E 31? L A of ,f sm if :af 'ff u i lf :kr i s 1 f i "Z 2 id' 'S ' ff 9 5' inf 4, rj! f -.ff o ,M-K uw'-f-it iS,i-fgfbg ?A:'!i'Z3i , f ,ko -I ' ' :MR U. 34, f f Q up 4 O 'ws-ful 1sa-wif:-s fieffA12f fA , -1-my4-L3g5jff,iJ"Eh,,' In fx ARM: Qisfrf , f 1,4M,i4E,i 4:1-14' A .r ,H-f--4311.1 'mga ,cw 1 I w5:,iI3Fg,vk -pf ry W 3 ' f:Z"'f'wgiF.g.fP5f'aL' . 'f :,",-. f' '? I ff, 1 -It Q- Xpfgliq' alps? f.. 1 g',y'z,-at ,Ln ,4 WJ, ..,?Q1:j4!gQ Ads' ,lfjyif taq? fg fix, ,irvquggdjigjt ,A.. ., e , ' iw mf-Q 'ir f.eL?4:Zlf.3fg?zi55?g"33:39h ff In Mfr!! at it ' V1.7 " ' r. L. tv x1'J.?,"4ff7A?h ',. J ,4 11: 'M-f,gf, 3 , 4,4 T Q Qf.jf.'f,w,5,v' wjxfg , gf I5 '1.7i""2v .gl ,L -4, F45 . . . ,g W ., , . .,.ff, .,Mf.,k ,, .3x,,.fxfqv,4.'.gi..' 2 f'fjrsisi ' lib i A 1 V,f'j:'4i1f:f,2 ,Q ., fy 'A .K '31 T' 2 sz' 5-A"Q'sV1W ' ,. KA awfvgffff-K' L- QA , Q . 'A 5921. 5 V5 af: vis, "fs , ,J 5 Swzieflf f i.w . 'iff 5 r, gig if , y fi EQ! Hlyy xg' fx 1' u. ' ,ff f VVV Q 1 ,..i r - '12 114: gf' reign fi., , ,, . :Qin . , , J ,., - 1 1 1 ni J. 4 Q I" 1- H: , , 1 '23, 5 ,gvrf N Lay ' ' u ,g , Wt iff .M 'N' my ,.4. X .4 ?s x fi? L ,,-uf 2 X' Q M ' I wr? -ij H1 Ki' , 42.1 ' A, 73? ff 591233 Q 4 'wx iv fi i 91? 2 .1w.,3 e i jg 1 gi f if 3395 1? -3 JW 1 ,c lf' A . .4.Q,f! VM ,,. , . ,yr f , r ,f ki 1 L, JL ty W , aff f. 'ff is nj fi uw an ' M , WZ. Sw, -' 'J ff 1,251 3 W f Q sigh , 1 R Y f X Y K ,Q ,, an ,or 1 ,pgs IK. W , A Y, . ,QL X gp 6 f , .. ,ff ' ' fi 5 K 3 :Q X F Elf . .wwktw raw - 'wfwi'5J3Yv'f riiiiiif-ffiigakifg by grfsyg. mggwya. f am i: ,eg5gbsm:fgv??i" k Wgwfsm - . imma: Q agkgg' yy, SA ,E , --Lsezzfff szzlwsfwauffi efs 23 f K' M 5 ., X 'V' '52, E lf?-2 z Eififlfg N 455355 -1:5 ,Q ,Ai xy M 4 M ' 553: w 1 5355 - w .::,,-' fy - - -wf W EQ',w ,E , , k i -wx 4 J, .M www -- wmx ., :., , E ..: wg-1. .fx . , xl ? E .1fs, :,a.pffz-wx iff' ':r:i. 3 54 5 .5 52" "2fQ95? " Agn - .... , . 1-:ff-22 wwf N Q, . . ,Raimi A LMSQ-Q78 35 QV f-H. .... , -6,1 ,K sa- - ww: ., ,..,, AVN in -,:.,:..,.- fini., M We gs: f Arlen-.... .1.,. X - I mi' 21553 at jfs- i f A: :V .gifs 'E -' ?1?,5g,f2??x uk W ' ly, :X ,M -Q . A V: f Q v f x I 77:3 I gyzv :.:.1i j:" -- 7 REV. EDWARD J. CHRISTOPH REV. RICHARD J. JEFFREY, C.S B REV MICHAEL B. BIONDI, C.S.B. 0 Seldom does the occasion which inspires the dedication of a yearbook lend itself with so much significance to the persons honored, the students honoring and the world in which we all must live. All of this is found in the dedication of the 'l95l Arete to eleven former Aquinas students who in this year will be ordained to the priesthood. The vocation to the priesthood is not a personal gift to the priest. Rather it is an anointing that he may administer to his fellow men in the things that apper- tain to God. "Every high-priest," says St. Paul, "taken from among men, is ordained for men in those things that appertain to God." So, too, in this age must everyone give himself in some measure to his fellow man in the "things that appertain to God." The Alma Mater reminds us to "always strive for that which we were made for." These eleven priests, fruits of God's grace at Aquinas, have realized in a deeper way the meaning of these words. Just as "according to the order of Melchisedech they are priests forever," so also, in a special way do they give real meaning to the closing words of the Alma Mater, "Aquinas evermore"! REV. WILLIAM A. KRAFT REV. EUGENE R. MALLEY, C. S. B. REV. ALBERT V. RYAN f ik REV. JOHN A. POLUIKIS, C. S. B. REV. JOHN J. STEGER REV. ROBERT G. RITZ, C. S. B. REV. THOMAS C. TALLARIDA, C. S. C. REV. ALPHONSUS A. TRABOLD, O. F.M. lRoger N. Trcboldj Picture No? Available 1950 GRADUATES in Reiioious HousEs The summons of Our Divine Lord, "Come, follow Me," has been answered each year by many Aquinas students. Eleven newly ordained priests will ascend the altar this year, and fourteen from the class of '50 have begun their studies in various religious houses. They, as countless others, have absorbed the spirit of goodness that flows to them from the Church, family, and school. May that goodness which they have imbibed grow stronger and urge them onward to greater heights of zeal in the vineyard of the Lord. Wftslrir 'Mmm Q! , L , ia t Left to right: Mr. Joseph M. Sasso, Mr. Neil J. Goodman, Mr. Thomas R. Stott, Mr. Leo G. Inglis. St. Andrew's Seminary, Rochester, New York , Back row, left to right: Mr. Thomas Duggan, Mr. Robert T. O'Hallorun, Mr. Gerard C. Kassman, Mr. Lawrence M. Mungovan. Front row: Mr. Richard J. Schiefen, Mr. Philip C. Beers, Mr. Albert R. Gaelens, Mr. Samuel D. Femicno. St. Bcsil's Novitiate, Rochester, 'New York LQAQY . X225 f X E Q?" X X J J X S L5-ff Q1 ' f f f,, Q WW SRX Z f J PN' X 5 , Qf:21?,.:- X263 QQQQESW x 'X WEEE -j 'T . , mmmwx '11, J., , ., 1--. I it . f V, ,,g,g,..y . 2i.,?,, ' 1 QV ,, L .:,M..5, fx ., fi , .QYX 'ii . ine - 'nr-1-1 Tiff. ' gf. jfgfr ki'- 4 ,, Qsfml M,-1-5. f, Q ,-1 U rx f X s. -f . W7 5 -4 ffal-H , -5,, LQ, , .,w .1 4 ., , R - Q A. '- Q v , gf kj K fjz:-.Ziff I .- . ff, , , v f , -- ww, 1 wp.-' .J-N , , , x fu, 15. ..?,,,4i . . ,V-iv. 4 M X .: Q U: .4 " mv-' Zn-V 4.41f :1--V ,,.' --" 1 uw 1 ".wie1:Yw,, - ' 1 - -- ' .. ,- ZF ' ff ,K x 3X,Lm-,43.g X 15:31 ,fggj.1gg,1v- A, , A- A 1555. 5-L1-f - , 'i f- . , 4 Q . - r - :V :-1fi5L9'Q5?e:5?'L':?f-lf, ff- L ? 'N 75' Li- -f :J -f'-'Q -' 1 ,AA f,a,z-,M-::, ff? 121C fXfZZTx"a,3f'--1:1 . 2 ' , gm.. 'gy.4,f...wggx,x .fu ? .,f,L,n 1 .fy ,xmingpk .Agfa-,1f1J:.x.1:-fe,e. . " f .., V , ' :gy f, . fsxlttfff V---Jw - J .E,.:'11. , f, ,Q-flu,-1 1 flivifv-Qwffiliwl ,i:"+5rL1j5- , i'-fix-ifgl, ' : wi ' 1- IV .. ,.f, Mg- if--H-Ggf-.fw.gwe:Q5.sI -f-fffqfwff L f 1 'a--'vie-Mae", 'wffgfwmswrfa-2'2 3a5f:f+xgzu4gg1f':nv,+x51, t. -',.f5:i, ff rw- Q 1132-T "J " 1 ff -.y,-Jw ,-wi, , Q.i:,'-,ww -f ,, 'ff-1'-1' A '- '- , , " '- V' a'x'f-3JQ1- - ' wz:x?c1'..f a1wfGk2Q11fi:3?f5f?? in Q":f,1-Wifi Y-W-'?Zb fam .nw '- an , , , . , M-.,,,,. .f.,.fw'X --n,.f.,f ,nw H- fi . f' . ' U -- iv 'f -- 'f1?i"YfQg::'2-+5fP1?f431"-,T'.,,'.i,..a'iw5y1' ieiiffft-fmgxw f?Tf?zfS f?4mivi,,1. wif '- ' -- ggi-glgftak-fl1I?22'?f?5' . - fr ', ,, ' ' ' f-,xiii --1: K T-G12 '1P:1'CF:: 5512? 4 ,pt 5 4' w -. f fg.-gif -'ig -JJ?-F164 1? I' ?f-fisiff?-il?55L?ti5,-11 f?ifE'E:5i2lg-musk ' ' 4' Q--L QQ' 3.31.1 '?'i:1'2'l?-F'fi-A-fi-:Zhi f-K-11?ft':1w ' , ,,- gb ,yy .f W, X, X - ' 4 ,sf -- , Qi--m3!7'C5f' lf.- -Q . gaps ,- - I W .:,Z.?31,, . 1 522 -- - "FS f a. ., .-fi, f SAGEM M.. , My E . 4 . u me .X v V,-53, A , ' - 'wa ,- 1 .- 1 s U IIUH BISHIIP THE MOST REVEREND JAMES E. KEARNEY, D.D. T0 the Class gf 1951, Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas My dear boys, 1951 I am happy to avail myself of a page of your "Arete" to give you a last word of blessing as you leave Aquinas. The motto of your Alma Mater, 6'Credo quidquid dixit Dei Filius," gives you a beacon for the journey that begins ,at graduation. Faith in Christ, loyalty to His teachings, the inspiration and spiritual sustenance of His sacraments, these will sustain you on the journey and finally bring you into His presence for eternity. May His help brighten the path for each of you, and His grace make your burdens light. God bless you. Your devoted father in Christ, JAMES E. KEARNEY ADMINISTRATION Q iw 1 ' 5 20 L .f. A 'M Q f if f TP J 2 """f'- Mfg? F I' ,no-' REV. W. OSCAR REGAN C.S.B. Director of Christian Formation ' . ' :mfr ,K . . : RIEV. ROBERT M. FISCHETTE ,C.S.B. Vice-Princi pal Chix 1' H A T I U N REV. WILFRED S. RILEY, C.S.B. Director of Discipline fMain School J REV. THOMAS R. MCGILLIS, C.S.B Director of Discipline ff-innexj REV. VINCENT C. ECKERT, C.S.B. Treasurer MR. FELIX HART Registrar ADMINISTHATIUN FACULTY MEMBERS NUT APPEAHING WITH HUMEHUUMS REV. CHARLES P. DONOVAN, C.S.B. J REV. VINCENT J. FULLERTON, C.S.B. REV. JOHN P. O'MEARA, C.S.B. REV. JOHN C. SPRATT, C.S.B. REV. JOHN P. RUTH, C.S.B. REV. JOSEPH L. WILLETT, C.S.B. REV. ANTHONY P. LOCOCO, C.S.B . ,f , Q J,fv,,? -1 K . J o 15 REV. ARTHUR J. O'LEARY, C.S.B. 4" REV, JAMES W. EMBSER, C.S.B. REV. CYRIL F. CARTER? C.S.B. REV. ARTHUR R. LOOBY, C.S.B. REV. FRANCIS J. GRESCOVIAK, C.S.B. REV. FRANCIS P. Tr-:vL1N, c.s.B. ' 4 V A REV. DONALD J. MURPHY J J "' x f f 1 , ,. 5 -- 4. ray Y 16 REV. DONALD B, BENNINGER, C.S.B LJ. REV. GEORGE E. SILVESTER, C.S.B 1 MR. MICHAEL QUINN, C.S.B. SR. HELEN CONCEPTA, S.S.J. MR. JOSEPH BERTHELOT, C.S.B. sn. M, BRENDAN, s.s.J. A I 5 if V' V f 1 MR. WILLIAM F. McCARTHY X MR. HAROLD C. PERRY MR. JOSEPH MOYNIHAN Fl-UI LTY MEMBERS Nm' APPEAHINE WITH HUMEHUUM5 MR. EDWARD J. FARRELL 17 MR. RAYMOND J. HASENAUER MR. LOUIS .BASILE FAC LTY WITHIJUT HUMEHUUMS xx' ,J N MR. HARRY CONNOLLY MR. RAYMOND J ABLONSKI MR. LOUIS LANDRY 18 MR. BASIL MARELLA MR. THOMAS DONOHUE MR. PAUL PEGIS B O N I T A S W 4-X fe my jg! X J x ? f! .K 7 M 4 6 A Q J f 2 . 2 1.5356 'Qlffg ,f7iF5 :lik-I 5, --A .ja ,1 'fn ,, 3 .,vfkf" ilk M14 is S5 , . -1,:sf.,, , 9 5.5354 1 R ' ' f 4' Y: ve, ,x xagwqgf-, A swf' g'W'-wmv .41 W, :..- . fa' :eu-rig 34117 . 2 ' 7 V f .2 Y ., . ,MM :vffw:.,., -M' ffl? .4 ,3 - ,X .ii vw.L 1 , , .Nr ,Am , ,., Lkfufzgg, ..,-,B .:'fT.5LfX 'EL -f x V' - g.1,A,g,, 'sf 'f a Huf- 'gg . , 1 ' 4 'fit' 'f' T 9 ,, . jx, , A-2 . .,-5 ,, . 4-... , Q K . t t v 4 -b " A f 1 Q., 55 1, AbAVv,,. , 1 fgw 1 ,, . L ' .fs . ,JLLQL 7, , L ' ',, jg.: Lf, "'-15 1 f f 4 Q 55'-2:77-5 . fiY7f'4L'5Q'i:'5'52Q M .V ' 4 1' f f'Q5Lg'arS Jffligajif ,- ., ,f-,s-5,ffQ5fz:g4,.vir,ggf,'fgf,fHk.,,'1:-Lrfxmf, - ,Q 5 1 51,5334 gig. li 13'2'2"1'5 L ' f Q A:Q1vw:f,.pQq'xvgi,:1:?1 i 'Afiaswgfyis' g,f?H,.5 , .- .ff 1. :dt 'V'-Elf v A 4. 1f..414 Rf .wif P, '1wt:1:-Q4-.2-xr , fl-if ywia 9 ,,K..J 14545 5, fgfvfr'-s ' Q' 'ff-Jwi"4 551 " ' ' A hiv -x -lun 5+ Q: 412. DONALD G. YECKEL PETER P. ROMEO JOHN A. PIETROPAOLI THOMAS P. MOONAN President Treasurer Secretary Vice-President SE IIIH ELI-155 UFFIIIEH5 One of the chief components of goodness is strength of mind and character. To a high school student, one of the means of acquiring this trait is the participation in the school student government. Under the executive leadership of the four Senior Class oflicers, Donald Yeclcel, Thomas Moonan, John Pietropaoli, and Peter Romeo, the Student Council of 1950-1951 at Aquinas Institute has attempted, to its utmost ability, to improve the daily life of the students by sponsoring dances, handl- ing various assemblies, and the addition of new conveniences for the students' benefit. ln addition, this school year has witnessed the opportunity of every student at Aquinas to voice his own opinion, concerning school life, ingenuously without fear of criticism or rebuttal. This has been accomplished by the election of homeroom representative members to the councils of their own class. Thereby, each homeroom member speaks his views to his representative, who presents the opinions to the class council, which in turn, offers its decision to the Student Council, composed, be- sides the Senior Class ofiicers, of four of the members of each class council. Thus, by student leadership and participation alone, our Student Council develops in every pupil a sense of true democratic government "of the people, for the people, and by the people." STUDENT EUUNEIL Seated: Thomas Gutberlet, Thomas O'Keefe, Richard Cappon, Edward Schickler, William Gamble. Standing: Roy Engels, David Young, John Kinsky, Thomas Hart- zell, George Bryant, David McDonald, Thomas Tucker. 19 u " mf? WILLIAM E. ACCONGIO Bill Mission Unit 1 23 B Squad Football 3 Team Italian Club Sports I. if DONALD E. AVERY Dan Bowling Club 1, 23 Intra- mural Sports I. ANTHONY BELLOMIO Tony Honor Roll 13 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. WILLIAM M. ADAM Bill Honor Roll lg Bowling Club 1, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Intra- mural Sports 1. KARL BAHR Karl Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club ' 1, 33 Sky Club 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club I 43 Perpetual Rosary 4. w,,,"9"" K ,MVK o J if, YJ' .I J' yy.. X fl' ,Q-UQ fw-MW' W DOMINIC R. ANGELONE Ange Italian Club 2, 3g Latin Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 1. ROBERT BAKER Bob Bowling Club 1, 23 Perpetual Rosary 3, 4. EL S5 20 LAWRENCE J. ANTCZAK Larry Honor Roll 23 B Squad Foot- ball 23 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 33 Perpetual Rosary 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. ROGER BEDIER Rag St. Thomas Club 13 Swim- ming Team 3g Bowling Club 1, 33 Spanish Club 33 His- tory Club 43 Chemistry Club 43'Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 1, 2. nf JOHN A. ASPIN WALL Mule German Club 33 Band 1, 2 Intramural Sports 1. FRANK ARAZY Frank St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Lati Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3. FRANCIS J. BEGY Frank B Squad Football 23 Spanis Club 23 Perpetual Rosary '3 Glee Club 33 Intramurz Sports 1. DONALD C. BELMONT Baldy Mission Unit 2, B Squad Football 25 Bowling Club 1, 23 Mission Bouts 13 Glee Club 3, 49 Intramural Sports lg Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3 fPresidentD. DAVID R. BENSON Slug Bowling Club 15 Hunting and Fishing Club 25 Acolyte Club 3. LOUIS A. BOMMATTEI Louie Honor Roll 33 Italian Club 2, 3, 4 fvice-Presidentlg Spanish Club 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Acolyte Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Perpetual ,Rosary 3, 4, Sodality 4. sz ij IALBERT A. BERNARD! Al Latin Club 4. HARRY R. BOURBON Harry Bowling Club 2g History Club 43 Glee Club 3, 4, Liturgical Choir 4, Intramural Sports lg Hunting and Fishing Club 3. FREDERICK BIEGLER Fred Mission Unit 4g B Squad Football 2, History Club 4. ROMOLO Rom. Bowling Club 1, 2: Mission Bouts 3g Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, History Club 4g Intra- mural Sports 1. 4' MATTHEW G. BIUSO Mau. Italian Club 4, Glee Club 3. GERALD F. BRASLEY Bull Bowling Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, Perpetual Rosary 3, Variety Show 1, 2g Intra- mural Sports 1. 1 92151 RONALD BODEN Ron Honor Roll 1, 2g Bowling Club 1,- Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Swingsters 45 100 Club 4. ROBERT B. BRASSIE Red Mission Bouts 1, 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 2,33 Acolyte Club I, 2: Hunting and Fishing Club 2g Library Club 3, 43 Band 1. CLYDE F. BRENNAN Clyde Mission Bouts 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 43 History Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 3. We ALLEN BREZINSKY Birdie Saint,Thomas Club 13 Honor Roll 3g Golf Club 3, 43 Bowl- ing Club 13 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Mission Bouts 23 German Club 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 43 Glee Club 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2. DONALD J. BRICELAND Red Mission Unit 13 Bowling Club 13 Glee Club 33 Intramural Sports 13 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 1. WALTER B. BULL Moo Honor Roll lg Golf Club 3, 43 Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 4g Camera Club 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 23 Chemistry Club 43 Maroon and White 3, 4g In- tramural Sports. LAWRENCE J. BRIGGS Larry Honor Roll 13 Mission Unit 13 Bowling Club 1, 2, 43 Spanish Club 33 History Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 4g Maroon and White 3, 4. EI. JAMES BURNS Jimmy Honor Roll 13 Student Coun- cil 23 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4-3Varsity Baseball 2, 3g Co- oper Marines 23 Mission Bouts 13 Spanish Club 2g Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. RICHARD BRINDISI Breezy Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Bowling Club 13 History Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Variety Shows 1, 2. FELIX BROCCOLO Fil B Squad Football 23 History Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 4g Glee Club 3, 43 Safety Patrol 43 Intramural Sports l. Sfinf PATRICK J. BUTTARAZZI Blaster Saint Thomas Club 1, 23 Honor Roll 3, 4g Reserve Basketball 33 Bowling Club 1g Italian Club 2, 3g CPresi- dent 433 Chess Club 2, 3g History Club 4g Chemistry Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 33 Sodality 4. 22 RONALD J. BUTTARAZZI Ronny Saint Thomas Club I, 2, 3, 43 Italian Club 3, 43 Chess Club 2, 33 Chemistry Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Maroon and White 3, 4. 1 LAWRENCE BROCCOLO Larry Honor Roll 13 Mission Un l, 23 Reserve Basketball 33 Italian Club 43 Perpetu: Rosary 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 4 Liturgical Choir 4. ROBERT W. BRYAN Bob Honor Roll 33 Bowling Clu 1, 23 History Club 43 Chen iSlfY Club 43 Perpetua Rosary 3, 4. o WILLIAM A. CAIN Bill Mission Unit 23 Bowlin Club 13 Ski Club 33 Chemi: try Club 43 Stage Crew 2, I 4, iManagerl3 Chess Clu 23 Library Club 2, 33 Dr: matics Club 2, 33 Variet Show 2, 3, 43 Camera Clu 2, 3, fVice-Pres.4J. PHILIP C. CAMMARANO Phil Bowling Club 1, 25 Camera Club 2, 35 Dramatics Club 45 Stage Crew 4. J. RICHARD CARR Dick Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Golf Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 History Club 45 Glee Club 3, 45 In- tramural Sports 15 Liturgical Choir 4. RICHARD F. CARROLL Dick Honor Roll 1, 35 Mission Unit 25 Varsity Football 45 B Squad Football 35 Bowling Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Per- petual Rosary 45 Intramural Sports 1. RAYMOND J. CAMP Ray Saint Thomas Club 15 Ger- man Club 25 Glee Club 3, 45 Variety Show 1, 2, 35 Intra- mural Sports 1. Z.. JAMES H. CAMPAGNA Jimmy Student Council 25 Mission Unit 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Cooper Marines 25 Perpet- ual Rosary 35 Clee Club 3. MJARTIXN J.'CAPPQN . I., 4 Gus gf " Swimming Team 251Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1. A f, 'f ' ' . I I N A, -f s 1' it ,I ' . 1951 RALPH J. CASSAMASSIMA Razor Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Italian Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1. pg A VAAAA to of , My rvvd SI .Ns THEODORE D. CASE Teddy Bowling Club 15 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Variety Shows 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1. 23 Q? JOSEPH CHIAPPERI Chippy Honor Roll 1, Mission Unit 15 Italian Club 35 Intramural Sports 1. ROBERT L. CARMODY Bob Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 In- tramural Sports 1. B65 i'u3'Zv..,g' if A' QJKSA, ' Y of ii... 1' HW " RICHARD J. CAPPON Tiny B Squad Football 25 Swim- ming Team 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 25 Dramatics Club 45 Variety Shows 2, 3, 4. ROBERT M. CILANO Bob Honor Roll 15 Italian Club 45 Intramural Sports 1. JAMES COCILOVA Groza Honor Roll 1, 25 Mission Unit 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basket- ball 3, 45 Reserve Basketball 25 Mission Bouts 35 Italian Club 2, 35 Perpetual Rosary JAMES P. CONNORS lim Intramural Sports 15 Perpet- ual Rosary 4. JOHN K. COYLE lack Saint Thomas Club 15 Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Bowling Club 15 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 45 Sodality 25 Maroon and White 2, 3, 45 Arete Staff 45 History Club 4. RICHARD R. COCILOVA Dick Reserve Basketball 2, 35 Mis- sion Bouts 3, 45 Italian Club 25 Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Safety Patrol 45 Intramural Sports 15 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 3. VINCENT F. CORBELLI Vince Honor Roll 1, 35 Italian Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 4. III. 5 fi. RICHARD H. COLEMAN Dick Honor Roll 15 Bowling Club 1, 25 Mission Bouts 15 Chess Club 25 German Club 4: Safety Patrol 45 Intramural Sports 1. Varsity Foot- a Football 2, am 15 Mis- Intramural ,X - ix N 24 .1 XS -. ., Lib -. Y? I X. . x Q ei 5 . I 3 DONALD F. CONNELL SALVATORE COLOZZI Sam Honor Roll 25 Italian Club 3, 45 History Club 45 Per- petual Rosary 45 Intramural Sports 1. N ROBERT B. CORCORAN Fats Reserve Football 35 Bowling Club 1, 25 French Club 35 Perpetual Rosary 35 Maroon and White 45 Intramural Sports 15 100 Club 4. Snf I-LZ Swede ,Mission Bouts 1, 25 Huntini and Fishing Club 25 Safetj Patrol 35 Intramural Sports. f if BX, ,. 1 ,ir - DOMINIC C. COLUCCI Dom Bowling Club I5 Italian Clul 25 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramura Sports 1. WILLIAM J. CORRIGAN Bill Honor Roll 1, 25 Spanisl Club 45 Latin Club 45 Chem istry Club 45 Perpetua Rosary 45 Intramural Sport I. JOHN F. CULLEN lack Honor Roll 13 Mission Bouts 13 History Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 4g Intramural Sports 1. JOHN E. DAILOR Jack Saint Thomas Club 1, 23 Honor' Roll 3, 43 Student Council 1, 23 Mission Unit 1, 23 French Club 3g Chemistry Club 43 Aquinader 43 Maroon and White 1, 23 Intramural Sports 1. XL x 1 dn 6601: 3 RICHARD DiMARIA Dick Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 13 Italian Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 43 Intramural Sports ll? .IOHN .I. DALEY Jack Honor Roll 1, 23 Mission Unit 33 B Squad Footballg Bowling Club 1, 3g Chemistry Club 43 Spanish Club 33 Per- petual Rosary 3, 43 Safety Patrol 43 Intramural Sports 1. GRECG DOHERTY Weasel Honor Roll 13 Varsity Foot- ball Manager 1, 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Acolyte Club 2, 33 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Maroon and White 13 Intramural Sports 1. 19 . 4.3 , . , , 3, ' FI . .,., . ...vs-3' -':. 5 f ' ,,., I ' 3,', " icK'P' Ji,'j3?33S" .i: . 5 , 133 5 25393-i i... .W ... iw , , J! V, ,,,..:l.,,, ,,,,, EDWARD L. D'AMICO Eddie German Club 43 Library Club fsecretary 47 3 Projector Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 1. NICHOLAS F. DiB1TETTO Dibby Intramural Sports 1. 5 FRANCIS D'ARIENZO F renchy Mission Bouts 1, 3g Italian Club 3, 43 Latin Club 43 His- tory Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. DAVID M. DIETZ Dave Saint Thomas Club 1, 33 Honor Roll 23 Bowling Club 1, 43 Ski Club 43 French Club lSecretary 433 Latin Club 4g Chemistry Club 43 Chess Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 33 Maroon and White 3, 4. 1 EDWARD J. DEMPSEY Gig Saint Thomas Club 13 Honor Roll 2, 33 Mission Unit 2, 3g B Squad Football 23 Reserve Basketball 23 Bowling Club 13 Mission Bouts 1, 43 Per- petual Rosary 33 Intramural Sports 1. DOMINIC DiGIORGIO Dom Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 3g Italian Club 2, 3, 43 Greek Club 43 Latin Club 4g Library Club 2g Perpetual Rosary 4. THEODORE DiPONZIO Ted Bowling Club 1, 3, 43 Dra- matics Club 43 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM H. DONALS Bill Honor Roll I, 25 Mission Unit l, 25 Perpetual Rosary 3. GERALD DONNELLY fake Bowling Club 15 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 ,Greek Club 45 llariety Show I5 Arete Staff T DANIEL J. DORAN Dan Saint Thomas Club l, 35 Honor Roll 45 Student Coun- cil 15 Mission Unit 15 Bowl- ing Club 15 Spanish Club 2, 35 Chemistry Club 45 Per- petual Rosary 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1. GARY DOTZLER Gary Ski Club 2, 45 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. EUGENE T. DREXEL Drex Saint Thomas Club 15 Honor Roll 25 Bowling Club 15 Spanish Club 2, 35 Chemis- try Club 45 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 35 Perpetual Rosary 45 Intramural Sports I. III. Sfif JOSE M. ECHANIZ George Honor Roll 1, 25 Spanish Club fVice-Pres. 435 Chem- istry Club 4. JOHN J. ECKL Johnny Honor Roll 15 Mission Bouts 45 German Club 45 Perpetual Rosary 35 Orchestra 15 In- tramural Sports 1. .IUDE F. EICHAS Jake Mission Bouts I, 2, 45 Per- petual Rosary 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Intramural Sports l. 26 WERNER J. EICHLER Ike Saint Thomas Club 1, 2, 35 Bowling Club 1, 25 French Club 45 Chemistry Club 45 Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Arete Staff 45 Intramural Sports 1. WILLIAM L. DUNN Bill History Club 45 Intramui Sports 15 Freshman Footb I. g A ,gg .I . , , 5, . A gf ll ':f- , t ss ,gs 'i'::'- '--' f ttii ... 5 CHARLES J. EBERHARJ Jack Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Gle Club 3, 45 Intramural Spor' I5 Liturgical Choir 4. GERALD D. EISELE ferry Spanish Club 25 Band I, 35 Intramural Sports 1. JOHN ELLIOT Limie Art Club 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. JOHN FITZ MORRIS Fitz Honor Roll 1,33 Mission Unit 13 Bowling Club 1, 43 Ski Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 33 Intra- mural Sports 1. V: I CHARLES J. FITZPATRICK Fitz Mission Unit 33 B Squad Football 33 Spanish Club 23 Perpetual Rosary 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 13 Wood Craft Club 13 Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 2. KARL F. FABER Karl Honor Roll 33 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 3, fTreas- urer 453 Music Club 43 His- tory Club 43 Wood Craft Club 13 Glee Club 3, 43 Intra- mural Sports 13 Liturgical Choir 4. 19 JAMES FLANAGAN Jim Perpetual Rosary 33 Variety Shows 1, 2, 43 Band fDrum Major 413 Glee Club 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 4. fi' WILLIAM J. FACKELMAN Willie Honor Roll 33 Student Coun- cil 33 Mission Unit 3, 43 Var- sity Football 2, 3, 43 Mission Bouts 1, 2, 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 4g Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. WILLIAM A. FLEMING Bill Bowling Club 13 Spanish Club 23 History Club 4g Per- petual Rosary 3, 4g Intra- mural Sports 1. 27 35-J ,,..1'30i , .2505 RICHARD M. FEERICK Dick Saint Thomas Club 1, 23 Honor Roll 33 Bowling Club 1, 43 Mission Bouts 33 Ger- man Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Safety Patrol 4. WILLIAM F. FOLEY Wild Bill Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club Ii French Club 43 Acolyte Club lg Woodcraft Club 13 History Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 33 Dramatics Club 43 Variety Shows 1, 2, 3, 43 Maroon and White 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. JOHN F. FISCHETTE .lack Italian Club 2, 3, 43 Per- petual Rosary 43 Sodality 4g 100 Club 4. JOHN F. FINNERTY Jack Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 13 Spanish Club 23 Intra- mural Sports 1. GERALD T. FORWARD fer History Club 43 Glee Club 43 Safety Patrol 4. DONALD FOSCO Don Camera Club 3. GERALD M. FRANCATI Yagi Honor Roll lg B Squad Foot- ball 23 Varsity Basketball Manager 43 Italian Club 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 2g Golf Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 33 Intramural Sports 1. ROBERT G. FRUSCI Bob B Squad Football 33 Bowling Club 13 History Club 43 Per petual Rosary 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Safety Patrol 43 100 Club 4. X f"' HERBERT FRANK Herb Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 1, 2g Chess Club 33 History Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 4. EL GEORGE J. FUNK George B Squad Football 23 Bowling Club 1, 23 Glee Club 3g In- tramural Sports 1. ARTHUR .I. FRAUEL Art Bowling Club 13 Perpetual Rosary 3. GEORGE F. FREEMESSER George Honor Roll 13 Swimming Team 1, 2, 33 Camera Club 2, 3g History Club 4g Ger- man Club 2, 33 Perpetual Rosary 43 Intramural Sports 1. 5 5 f RICHARD W. GAENZLER Dick Saint Thomas Club 13 Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Mission Unit 13 Golf Club 2, 3g Chemistry Club 43 Latin Club 43 His- tory Club 43 German Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 43 Sodality 43 Intramural Sports 1. 28 JOHN E. GARLAND Jack Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 13 Ski Club 43, Chemistry Club 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 13 Swingsters 4. 3 l PAUL J. FREEMESSER Mouth Honor Roll 1, 2g Ski Club 2 fTreasurer 37, lVice-Pres 413 Chemistry Club 43 Greel Club 43 History Club 43 German Club 4g Intramuraf Sports 1. 4 k K5 Q s 2 2 E WILLIAM H. FREY Bill Bowling Club lg Ski Club 2 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 3 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramura Sports 13 Hunting and Fish ing Club 2. fl if 1 3. S ROBERT F. GAY Big Bob Honor Roll 1,23 Mission Unii 13 Varsity Football 4g B Squad Football 23 Ski Clul 2, 3, 43 Greek Club 43 His- tory Club 43 Chemistry Clul 43 German Club 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 1. EUGENE D. GIANFORTI Moose Reserve Basketball 2, Italian Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1. NICHOLAS J. GRZYMKOWSKI Polack Honor Roll 1, Mission Unit 1, 2, 3, 4g Reserve Basketball 23 History Club 43 Chemistry Club 4g Intramural Sports 13 100 Club 3, 4. DEAN A. GYSEL Dizzy Honor Roll 11 Mission Unit I: Bowling Club 15 Spanish Club 2, 3: History Club 31 Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Sodal- ity 2, 3: Maroon and White 2, 3, fSports Editor 41, In- tramural Sports lg Mission Bouts Committee 4. JOHN F. GILLIGAN Jack Bowling Club 1, 25 Mission Bouts 1, 2, 44 German Club 3g.,Perpetual Rosary 4. GARY W. GORDON Flash Bowling Club 1. 195 THOMAS R. HAFNER Tom Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, German Club 23 His- tory Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1g 100 Club 4. MARTIN HANLEY Mart History Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Hunting and Fishing Club 3. 29 JOHN F. GRAMKEE John Saint Thomas Club 13 Honor Roll 2, 3g French Club 4g Acolyte Club lg Latin Club 4, History Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Color Guard 39 Arete Staff 4, Intramural Sports 1. 1 JAMES F. HARRIS Herk Bowling Club 1, Woodcraft Club 1g Intramural Sports 1. ALBERT J. GRASS Sarge Honor Roll lg Chemistry Club 44 German Club 3, History' Club 4g Intramural Sports 1. ZZ 1 -Rf.-0-0744 ADELBERT L. GRAMZA Al Bowling Club 1. HERBERT J. HAHN Herb Honor Roll 1, Acolyte Club 2, 3, Perpetual Rosary 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4, Liturgical Choir 4, Oratoricals 3. THOMAS G. HARTZELL Tom B Squad 'Football 23 Per- petual Rosary 33 Dramatics 43 Maroon and White 1, 2, 3, fNews Editor 433 Intramural Sports lg Debating Team 3, 43 Oratoricals 3, 43 100 Club 4. JOHN W. HASENAUER Creeper Perpetual Rosary 33 Clee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports I3 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. ELMER HENRETTA Al Mission Bouts 2, 3, 4g Span- ish Club 2, 3, 4: Perpetual Rosary 3: Glee Club 3. ROBERT I. HAUSER Torch Honor Roll I, 23 Golf Club 3: History Club 23 Bowling Club I, 3, 4: Spanish Club 23 Intramural Sports 1. I to 'li 'l- A ,tx 3 3 3 X A I ." -N ' ,- J vu J nt .tr LEO .I. HICKEY Hicks Hunting and Fishing 33 Band 1, 23 Intramural Sports 1. RICHARD C. HAVENS Rich Mission Bouts 3, 43 History Club 43 Library Club 43 Pro- jector Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 4. DONALD F. HAYDEN Don Mission Bouts lg Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports lg Liturgi- cal Choir 4. Sfinf I WILLIAM .I. HILLMAN Bill Bowling Club lg Band I, 2, 3, 4g Variety Shows 3. 30 JOHN I. HONAN fuck Honor Roll 3g Bowling Club 33 Ski Club 23 Chemistry Club 4g Art Club 33 Per- petual Rosary 43 Variety Show 2, 33 Stage Crew 2, 33 4 .ICO-Mgr.J. NORBERT L. HEFNER Norb Honor Roll 13 Latin Club 4 Spanish Club 23 Greek Clu 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4. BERNARD I. HELMINSK Bernie B Squad Footballg Huntin and Fishing Club 2, 33 Gle Club 3, 43 Intramural Sport I. .IOHN HORTON Captain John Honor Roll lg B Squad Foo ball 23 Hunting and Fishir Club 23 Woodcraft Club I Chess Club 23 Dramatics Clt 43 Cvlee Club 3, 43 Intll mural Sports 13 Liturgic Choir 4. RICHARD HOSENFELD Hosey B Squad Football 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4 fljresidentl, Vlusic Club 4, Art Club 2, 3, 1- fPresidentl, Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon and White 4, Intra- mural Sports 1. GERALD J. JOHNSTON ferry Honor Roll 1, 2, Bowling Club 1, 2, Chemistry Club4, Perpetual Rosary 3, Intra mural Sports 1. WILl,IAM H. KANALEY Bill Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, Per- petual Rosary 3, Clee Club 3, 1-, Intramural Sports 1. 707' wwf! 'TJ U-45' RICHARD R. HUGOBOOM Dick Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH G. KA RAM Joe Spanish Club 3, 4, Camera Club 4. X RAYMOND HUNT Ray Ski Club 3 Acol te Club 3 Q Y 3 Library Club 3, Glee Club 3, 4. THOMAS L. HUSSEY Tom Honor Roll, Chess Club 3, Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Dra- matics Club 4, Clee Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, Liturgical Choir 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. 951 IRVIN J. KAZMIERCZAK Irma B Squad Football 2, Bowling Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Chess Club 2, Perpetual Rosary 4. I J f I 31 will ,L fwfr may ROBERT KEENAN Robo Bowling Club 1, Intramural Sports 1. DAVID J ANICK Dave Acolyte Club 1, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, In- tramural Sports 1, 100 Club 4. J VLINQ GERALD H. HUURMAN ferry Mission Bouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1. STEPHAN M. KELLNER Steve St. Thomas Club 3, Greek Club 3, Perpetual Rosary 4, Sodality 4. EDWARD G. KELLEY Eddy Mission Unit 1. DANIEL KLEE Easy Ed Honor Roll 1: Varsity Foot- ball 4: B Squad Football 2, 3: Varsity Baseball 4: Cooper Marines 2, 3: Mission Bouts 1, 2: Chess Club 2: Perpetual Rosary 3: Sodality 2: Glee Club 3: Intramural Sports 1. CHARLES J. KOLB Chopny Honor Roll 1: Varsity Base- ball 3, 4: Cooper Marines l, 2: Bowling Club 1, 2: His- tory Club 4: Perpetual Rosary 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Hunting and Fishing Club 2: Acolyte Club 1. f iefgfw T! .af P ,gl 1 ff '11, ff,,f GERALD H. KESSELRING Pete Bowling Club 1: Ski Club 4: Chess Club 2: Perpetual Rosary 3: Intramural Sports 1: Woodcraft Club 1. ROBERT N. KLEISLEY Bob Saint Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mission Unit 2: Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4: fSecretary and Treasurer 3, 4:1 Ski Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 4: Chess Club 2, 3: Latin Club 4: Maroon and White 1, 2, 4: Arete 4 fManaging Editorl: Intramural Sports 1.. 1 ti ,F 'V E? ,jf 1 ty 11 i - J E. . fx, 51 y XV: r, xx, wx Olxxi, 3 1" X C- LEO J. KESSELRING Leo St. Thomas Club 1: Honor Roll 2: Reserve Basketball 3: Spanish Club 2: Greek Club 4: Chemistry Club 4: Perpetual Rosary 3: Intra- mural Sports 1. RICHARD C. KNOX Dick Honor Roll 1, 2: B Squad Football 2: Bowling Club 3: Mission Bouts 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Club 4: Maroon and White 3, 4. PHILIP J. KEUPER Philip J. Swimming Team 3: Chess Club 2, 3: Chemistry Club 4 QPresidentJ Dramatics 4. DONALD C. KOEHLER Fuzzy Saint Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Camera Club 2: Perpetual Rosary 3: Sodality 2: Intramural Sports 1: 100 Club 4. III. S5013 32 1 Q -a BRUCE J. KIRCHOFF F renchy Honor Roll 1, 2, 3: Spanis Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN F. KINNEY Jack Bowling Club 1, 2: Ski C11 2, 3, 4: Cooper Marinesi Spanish Club 2, 3: Histoi Club 4: Perpetual Rosary 4: Sodality 2, 3: Glee Cll 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1. MARTIN G. KOESTERE' Marty Saint Thomas Club 1, f Spanish Club 4: History Ch 4: Chemistry Club 4: Lat 4: Perpetual Rosary 3: Cl Club 3: Intramural Sports 1 .ROBERT C. KOLB Bob lowling Club 1: Ski Club 2g tpanish Club 3: Variety Show , 2, 3, 4: Hunting and Fish- ng Club 2, 3. JAMES KUEBEL Hands Reserve Basketball 2, 33 Var- sity Football 2. CARL A. LAMENDOLA Carl Italian Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 4: Sodality 4. l T JEROME J. KUHN Jerry Perpetual Rosary 3, 4g Safety Patrol 45 100 Club 4. ROBERT LEAHY Bats Mission Bouts 15 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1. RICHARD LABOSKI Dick Honor Roll 15 Bowling Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 4, Hunting and Fishing Club 4. LAWRENCE LeBERTH Shorty Bowling Club 15 Chess Club 2, Perpetual Rosary 3, Varie- ty Show 1. SAM LaFRANCO Sam Honor Roll 15 Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4g Italian Club 25 Chemistry Club 43 History Club 3, 4. PAUL LECKINGER Leek Bowling Club 1, Spanish Club 2g Perpetual Rosary 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 4. 1951 33 LEO J. LAMBERT Leo Bowling Club lg Ski Club 4g French Club 44 Latin Club 4: Chemistry Club 4g 100 Club 4. WALTER J. LEONARD Waly Honor Roll 1g Varsity Foot- ball 2: Mission Bouts Ig Ger- man Club 3, 4g History Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 35 Band lg Chess Club 2. ANGELO J. LETA Babe Honor Roll 1, Bowling Club 3: Chess Club 2, 3: Italian Club 2, 3: Perpetual Rosary 33 Band 1. RONALD C. LEWIS Ron Woodcraft Club 19 Perpetual Rosary 39 Safety Patrol 39 Intramural Sports 19 Model Airplane Club 3. fi..-J' ROBERT G. LIPANI Lipm' Bowling Club 1, 29 Mission Bouts 19 History Club 49 Perpetual Rosary 3g Glee Club 3, 49 Safety Patrol 49 Intramural Sports 1. JAMES W. MACKAY Mac Honor Roll 19 Bowlihg Club 49 Chess Club 3. u . 1 I 1 4 ,N DONALD T. LOGAN Don Bowling Club 19 Chemistry Club 49 History Club 4g Per- petual Rosary 3. El. DANIEL L. MACKEN Emory Von Remarque St. Thomas Club 19 Honor Roll 2, 4g History Club 4g German Club 49 Music Club 49 Chemistry Club 49 Ora- toricals 1, 2, 3, 49 Dramatics Club 49 Aquinader 49 Maroon and White 3, 49 Debating Team 2, 3, 494100 Club 4. GEORGE LOWER George Saint Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Mission Unit 4g Bowling Club 19 German Club 3, 4 fVice-President? 9 Greek Club 49 History Club 49 Chemistry Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 39 Sodality 2, 3, 4 fVice Pre- fectlg Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 fLiterary Editorlg In- tramural Sports 19 Debating Team 3, 49 Chess Club 2, 39 Variety Shows 1, 2, 3. WILLIS LOWERY Willie Chemistry Club 4g Spanish' Club 29 Intramural Sports 1. S5 off ROBERT J. MACON Nails B Squad Footba'll 29 Bowling Club 19 Spanish Club 29 Art Club 2, 3g Maroon and White 49 Arete 49 Intramural Sports 1. 34 J X J' x we . I I I ' 1 f E FREDERICK P. MAENZA X-Ray Bowling Club 1, 29 Art 3, 49 Italian Club ,3, 4g Chemistry Club 49 Band I9 Perpetual Rosary 49 Intramural Sports 1. 5 2 2 5 5 JOHN T. LUKE .lack Bowling Club 1, 29 Miss Bouts 19 Perpetual Rosary Safety Patrol 39 Intramu Sports 19 Art Club 29 Hu ing and Fishing Club 2. ROBERT W. MacDONAL Moose Bowling Club 19 Library Perpetual Rosary, 39 Intl mural Sports 1. 2 Q fi 12 .l. KEVIN MAHONEY Kev St. Thomas Club 1, 29 Hon Roll 3, 49 Swimming Team 23 Ski Club 2, 3, 49 Spani Club 2, 39 Perpetual Rosa 49 Sodality 3g Variety Show 29 Maroon and White l, 2, 4 iEditor-in-Chieflg Stag Crew 2, 39 Oratoricals I Cheerleader 3, 4. WILLIAM F. MAHONEY Bill Honor Roll 1, 2, Chess Club 2, Camera Club 2, 33 fVice- Presidentl, Chemistry Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 4, Dra- matics Club 4, Intramural Sports 1, Variety Shows 3, Stage Crew 3, 4. ANTHONY M. MARTELLA Tony Bowling Club 1, 2, Mission Bouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club, Poster Club, Perpetual Rosary 3, Clee Club 3, 4, Safety Patrol 4, Intramural Sports 1. HERBERT C. MATTLE Mat Bowling Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 100 Club 4. DONALD J MAKELY Midge Golf Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Mission Bouts 1, 2, Chess Club 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Acolyte Club 2, 3, 4, Hist ry Club 4, Stage Crew 2 , Glee Club 3, S alitfr , 3, Safety Patrol , . ural Sports 1. gk ft' JOHN MANCINE Johnny B Squad Football 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, History Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Hunting and Fish- ing Club 2, Intramural Sports 1. RICHARD MANCINI Dick Bowling Club 1, History Club 4, Italian Club 4, Music Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Variety Show I. 1951 GERALD MAURO Gerry Mission Unit I, Italian Club 2, Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, 100 Club 4. JOHN A. McCABE Mac Bowling Club 1, 2, History Club 4, Glee Club 3, Intra- mural Sports l, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. 35 JOHN F. MCDONALD lack St. Thomas Club 2, Honor Roll 1, Bowling Club 1, Mis- sion Bouts 1, 2, Perpetual Rosary 3, Intramural Sports 1. ROBERT E. MARSHALL Nasty Bowling Club 2, Mission Bouts 2, 4, Spanish Club 2, Perpetual Rosary 3, Clee Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports I. JOSEPH MARCHIONE Jos Honor Roll I, Italian Club 4. l . ! ROBERT McGLYN Charlie Perpetual Rosary 3, Chess Club 2. THOMAS McGRATH Ted St. Thomas Club 15 Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Golf Club 2, 35 Latin Club 45 Chemistry Club 45 Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Safety Patrol 45 Maroon and White 4 fManaging EditorJ5 Arete 45 Intramural Sports 15 His- tory Club 4. PETER MEISENZAHL Pete Ski Club 3, 45 French Club 45 Chess Club 35 Latin Club 45 Hunting and Fishing Club 35 History Club 45 Chemistry Club 4. JOSEPH P. MILLER Red St. Thomas Club 1: Honor Roll 3, 45 Varsity Football 45 B Squad Football 35 Bowling Club 15 Maroon and White 15 Intramural Sports 15 Arete 4. . 'J' , ' ,M f . GERALD MCGUIRE Mac Honor Roll5 History Club 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH MERKEL Merle B Squad Football 2, 35 Bowl- ing Club 1, 25 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Mission Bouts I, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Perpetual Rosary 35 Aquinader 45 In- tramural Sports 1. ,L if , f-b' JAMES C. McGUIRE Mugs B Squad Football 2, 35 Bowl- ing Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Camera Club 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 35 Perpetual Rosary 45 Intramural Sports 1. VINCENT MESSINA Vinny Honor Roll 15 Mission Unit I5 Reserve Basketball 25 Per- petual Rosary 45 Intramural Sports 1. GERARD MCMAHON Jerry Honor Roll 15 Bowling Club 15 Spanish Club 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1. THOMAS A. MESSMER Punchy Swimming Team '25 Mission 'X Bouts 1, 2, 3, 45 Perpetual U Rosary 35 Intr mural Sports , , 1- sf ,F 5 I - ff ' - I I , . - I JJ X. J ll . V 1 V ff ' J Q' sfl ll ' 'X 7 E Il S J, f 36 Q 2 i 2 1 5 3 2 JOHN McSTRAVICK Harry German Club 35 Perpetua Rosary 35 Glee Club 3, 4 Liturgical Choir 45 Intra mural Sports 15 Acolyte Clul 1, 2. JAMES McNALLY fim Mission Unit 1, 25 Bowlin Club 25 Variety Show 1. RICHARD A. MILLER Jigger Honor Roll 15 Mission Uni 15 Ski Club 25 Spanish Clul 2, 35 History Club 3, 45 Hunt ing and Fishing Club 35 Pei petual Rosary 3, 45 Intra mural Sports 1. EDWARD C. MOGENHAN Mogie Golf Team 3, 43 Bowling Club 13 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 German Club 43 History Club 43 Per- petual Rosary 4. THOMAS P. MOONAN Torn St. Thomas Club 1, 23 Honor Roll 3, 43 Golf Team 2, 3 1Vice-Presidentl, 4fPres- identlg Bowling Club 13 Ski Club 3, 43 Chemistry Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 3g Sodality 23 Dramatics 2g Maroon and White 2, 33 Arete 4 f Literary Editorl3 Oratoricals 23 Vice- President of the Senior Class. DONALD L. MUENCH Muncher Honor Roll 33 German Club 3, 4 fPresident13 History Club 43 Chemistry Club 4. ROBERT A. MOONEY GEORGE MOOREHEAD George Bowling Club 1, 3, 43 Span- ish Club 33 Latin Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 4.3 Intra- mural Sports 1. K " Lv x Bob 4 Y A 5 K l St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 13 Spanish. Club 23 Chemistry Club 43X3 Latin Club 4 fPresidentl3 Greek Club 4 fPresidentl: Arete 43 Maroon and White 43 Flag Bearer 43 Intramural Sports 1. GERALD MULHERN Jerry Bowling Club 13 Mission Bouts 1, 33 Perpetual Rosary 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Intra- muarl-Sports 1. s 3 1 DONALD J. MURPHY Pa Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 2g History Club 33 Perpetual Rosary 43 Intramural Sports 13 Oratoricals 1. EUGENE F. MORGAN Gene Glee Club 33 Intramural Sports 1. GERARD MUSSON ferry Glee Club 3, 4g Intramural Sports 13 Acolyte Club 1. 1951 37 WILLIAM J. MUELLER Bill Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Golf Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 43 Safety Patrol 4. WILLIAM E. MUAR Bill Honor Roll 1, 33 Bowling Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 23 History Club 43 Greek Club 43 Library Club 43 Sodality 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Music Club 4 fsecretrayl. ,,,.w . ln' 1' RONALD F. MUTO Ron Italian Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 4. MICHAEL S. NAGY Mike Library Club 4, History Club 4, 'Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Clee Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1. RUDOLPH J. NAPODANO Rudy Latin Club 4 lVice-Pres- identl: Hunting and Fishing Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Intramural Sports 1. THOMAS O'KEEFE Tom St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2,. Mission Unit 4, Oratoricals 1, Greek Club 2, Latin Club 4, Chem- istry Club 4, History Club 4, Perpetual. Rosary 3, So- dality 2, 3, 4, Aquinader 4, Maroon and White 4, De- bating Team 3. JOHN J. NENNI Wolf B Squad Football 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Italian Club 3, History Club 4, Intramural Sports 1, Camera Club 3, 4 CPresi- dentl. W. -PQ, wa CHARLES NICOLAY Nick Mission Unit 3, Golf Team 4, Mission Bouts 1, 2, Span- ish Club 3, History Club 3, Perpetual Rosary 3, Intra- mural Sports 1. EL 55 GLIVER Ima' 2,'A-r1,Club 3, Intramural Spanish Spo 1. ' X 3 N . . X xx! 'FRANCIS J. OSBORNE Ossie Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4. 38 ,Wg RALPH J. NUCELLI Nuch Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, History Club 4, Library Club 4, Golf Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Clee Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1. RICHARD E. OTTO Dick Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ing Club 2, Music Club 4 CPresidentJ, Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swingsters 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, Variety Shows 2, 3,'4. CHRISTOPHER O'CONNELL Chris ,Honor Roll 1, Student Cou1 cil 2, 3, Swimming Team 3, Bowling Club 1, Ski Clu 3, Mission Bouts 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4, Perpetu: Rosary 3, History 4, Intra mural LEONARD A. O'CONNEL' Len Bowlin Club 1, Spanis Club Perpetual Rosary E 4, Glee Club 3, Maroon an White 4, Intramural Sportsi fo DONALD PALERMO Moose Varsity Basketball 4, Reserv Basketball 3, Spanish Clu 4, History Club 4, Band I 2, 3, 4, Swingsters 3, 4, Ir tramural Sports 1. .IOHN A. PALVINO .lack Honor Roll l, 35 Mission Unit 1, 25 Bowling Club I, 25 Italian Club 2, 3, 45 His- tory Club 45 Chemistry Club 45 Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Maroon and White 3, 45 ln- tramural Sports 15 Acolyte Club 1. 2. ROBERT G. POLINA Bob Spanish Club 35 Bowling Club 15 Intramural Sports 1. JOSEPH B. POMPA foe St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish ,Club 3, 4 fPres- identJ5 Golf Club 3, 45 Per- petual Rosary 35 Intramural Sports 1. GERALD M. PARADIES Gerry St. Thomas Club 1, 25 His- tory Club 45 Chemistry Club 4. X fd FRANCIS PFUNTNER Fran Mission Unit 2, 35 B Squad Football 25 Reserve Basket- ball 25 Bowling Club 1, 25 Ski Club 35 Mission Bouts 15 Chess Club 25 Perpetual Rosary 35 Glee Club 35 In- tramural Sports 1. SAMUEL J. PIAZZA Bookie Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Italian Club 3, 45 Library Club 45 Golf Club 45 History Club 45 Dramatics Club 45 Glee Club 35 Intramural Sports I5 Chess Club 3. 19511 JAMES A. PORCARI Porky Honor Roll 15 Mission Unit I, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Italian Club 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 History Club 45 Aquinader 45 Maroon and White 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 15 100 Club 4. M ' i 7 . Cl Ui .ok CHARLES T. PORTER Charley St. Thomas Club 15 Honor Roll 35 Mission Bouts 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 15 Ligurgical Choir 4. 39 xxx! WILLIAM B. POWER Bill Bowling Club I, 25 Ski Club 45 History Club 45 Camera Club 45 Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1. FRANCIS PILECKI Frank French Club 3, 4 CPresidentJ 5 Library Club 2, 3, 4 lPres- identl 5 Chess Club 25 Swing- sters 2, 45 Perpetual Rosary 45 Band 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Maroon and White 45 Liturgical Choir 2, 3, 45 Va- riety Shows 2, 3, 4. JOHN PIETROPAOLI Johnny St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Mission Unit 45 Greek Club 45 Per- petual Rosary 3, 45 Sodality 2, 3, 4 lSecretaryl5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Swingsters 45 Variety Shows 3, 45 Maroon and White 3, 45 Arete 4 fE.ditor- in-Chiefl5 Intramural Sports 15 100 Club 45 Senior Class Secretary. DAVID POWERS Dave Honor Roll 15 Spanish Club 35 Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 In- tramural Sports 1. L'-1 x 'f' ' ' ROBERT L. POWERS Bob ' Honor Roll lg B Squad Foot- ball 23 Golf Club 3, 43 Bowl- ing Club 1, 3, 43 Cooper Ma- rines 1, 2, 33 Camera Club 4 fTreasurerJ3 History Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Per- petual Rosary 43 Intramural Sports 1. JOHN F. REDMOND Johnny Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Clee Club 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 43 Acolyte Club 4. DOUGLAS A. RIEGER Doug Bowling Club I, 23 Perpetual Rosary 4. - J 1 I 1 ARTEMISIO D. QUADRINI Art Mission Bouts 1, 23 Italian Club 2, 3, 43 Sodality 23 In- tramural Sports 13 Acolyte Club 43 History Club 4. RICHARD REINIGER ' Dick Honor Roll 13 History Club 43 Library Club 3, 43 Music Club 4 fVice-Presidentlg Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 So- dality 43 Glee Club 3, 4. X CF EDWIN J. RADZINSKI Rod Honor Roll I3 Intramural Sports 13 Chess Club 3. JOHN F. REYNOLDS .lack Bowling Club 1, 2g Spanish Club 23 Stage Crew 4. THOMAS L. RAES Frenchie B Squad Football 2g Swim- ming Team 33 Bowling Club I, 2g Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Mis- sion Bouts 2, 33 Sailing Club 23 Cheerleaders 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Aquinader 4g In- tramural Sports I3 Variety Shows 1, 2. DONALD F. RICHARDSON Shorty Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Art Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 4. EL Sfiuf 40 DAVID C. REBHOLZ Dave Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 43 S Club 43 History Club 43 Pe petual Rosary 43 Sodality 43 Maroon and White 3, 1 Arete 43 Intramural Sportsl Art Club 3, 4 fVice-Pre identl. CHARLES F. RAETZ Chuck Honor Roll 1, 2, 43 Stud: Council 33 Mission Unit 33 Bowling Club 1, 23 C man Club 3, 43 History Cl 43 Perpetual Rosary 43 I riety Show 3. FRANK RIEDMAN Fra St. Thomas Club 1, 23 Hoi Roll 3, 43 Bowling Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, Greek Club 43 History Cl 43 Chemistry Club 43 Int mural Sports I. JAMES RITZENTHALER Ritz Bowling 1, 23 Spanish Club 23 Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Intramural Sports 13 Va- riety Show 1, 2, 3. PETER P. ROMEO Pete St. Thomas Club I3 Honor Roll 23 Student Council 4 1Treasurerl 3 Mission Unit 33 Ski Clu'b 2, 3, 4 fTreasurerl: German Club 4 fSeeretaryJ3 Chemistry Club 43 Intramural Sports 1. JOSEPH E. SAMERE Salty Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 1, 23 German Club 3,-42 Chess Club 2g Library Club 23 History Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Intramural Sports lg Hunting and Fish- ing 2, 3. f .41 J cuff - . jj, 1 7 ,, -A f N-ffbt V' lffv ,uf 'J , , Ik yJ1'f ,!A.!, I - ' ' ,V J f'f ,II I' .V WALTER J. RYBACKI Fish St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 33 Bowling Club 1, 43 Latin Club 43 Glee Club 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 1. GARY W. SANKEY ,Iiggles Honor Roll 1, 23 B Squad Football 33 Mission Bouts 1, 2, 3, 4g Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 33 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Clee Club 3, 4g Intra- mural Sports 1. I SAM M. SALAH Sam Honor Roll 1, 3g French Club 4. K Pdf ff ow FRANK V. SANSONE Charlie Honor Roll 4g Mission Unit 2g Bowling Club 1, 2g Italian Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 3, 4 iVice-PresidentJ3 Chem- istry Club 43 History Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 3, 4g Glee Clbu 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 43 Intramural Sports I3 Va- riety Show 2, 33 Cheerleader 4. I RICHARD SALAMONE Dick Cooper Marines 3g Italian Club 3. - SAM R. SANTANDREA Finger Mission Unit 1, 23 Cooper Marines 13 Varsity Football 43 History Club 4g Chemistry Club 4g Glee Club 3. li b 9 5 1 to it ,I 41 1 J' s BERNARD R. SALBER Bernie Perpetual Rosary 3g Intra- mural Sports 1. JAMES R. SCHAEFFER lim Honor Roll 13 Spanish Club 3, 43 History Club 43 Latin Club 43 Chemistry Club 4. EDWARD R. SCHICKLER V' Ed St. Thomas Club lg Honor Roll 2, 33Ski Club 4g Mis- sion Bouts 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club 43 History Club 4 lVice-PresidentJ3 Chem- istry Club 4g Sodality 43 Dra- matics Club 4g Arete 4g Or- atoricals 3, 43 100 Club 4. JOHN J. SCHMITT Buster Honor Roll lg lg History Club 4g try Club 4g German Club 43 Music Club 43 Banil 1, 2, 3, 4,3 Swingsters 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Dramatics Club 43 Arete 43 Oratoricals 3,4Q Chess Club 23 Variety Shows 3, 4. DONALD SCHNEIDER Porkey History Club 43 Glee Club 3g Intramural Sports 13 Art Club 2. JOHN E. SCHULER fack Bowling Club lg Intramural Sports 13 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 2, 3. .lb V R CHARD SCHNEIDER 7 Dick Bowling Club 13 Library Club 2, 33 Intramural Sports I. RONALD A. SCHOENEBERGER Ron Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club I3 Spanish Club 2g Band I, 2, 3 4' Variet Shows 4- Intra v , Y , ' mural Sports 13 Swingsters 4. GERARD E. SCHOENHERR Pep St. Thomas Club 13 Honor Roll 3, 4g Mission Unit 23 Varsity Basketball 4g Re- serve Basketball 33 Chemis- try Club 43 History Club 43 German Club 33 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Sodality 4g Aquinader 43 Intramural Sports 3Oratoricals 1. IIL S5f PAUL H. SCHULER Porky Honor Roll 13 Spanish Club 23 Band 1. RALPH SCHWARTZ Bloom Honor Roll 13 Latin Club 43 Hunting and Fishing Club 2. 3g Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Band 13 Intramural Sports 1. 42 ANDREW S. SCHWIND, JR. Andy Honor Roll 1, 23 Ski Club 23 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3g Glee Club 3g In- tramural Sports 1. E 1 i RAYMOND SCHOTTMILLER Ray Honor Roll 43 Bowling Clul: lg French Club 2, 3, 43 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. RICHARD SCHOTTMILLER Dick St. Thomas Club 13 Hono Roll 23 Bowling Club I French Club 2, 3g Dramatic 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Marool and White 43 Arete 4g Intra mural Sports lg Swingster 3, 4g Variety Shows 3, 4. WILLIAM JOHN SEARY Bill Honor Roll 13 Art Club 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 4. ROBERT A. SHANNON Bob Bowling Club 1, 23 Hunting and Fishing Club 3g History' Club 43 Library Club 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Maroon and White 1, 23 In- tramural Sports l3 Variety Shows 3. CHARLES P. SOHN Chuck Honor Roll 13 Mission Unit 13 Bowling Club 13 Mission Bouts 4g History Club 43 Safety Patrol 33 Intramural Sports 13 100 Club 4. JOSEPH M. SPANO Jumper Honor Roll 23 Mission Unit 33 Mission Bouts 13 Italian Club 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. , . A.. ,, 43 g,g 1.1 I wif' A-I N. S .!' . vt 11x14 Q. I:-4 DAVID SHARPE Dave French Club 43 Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4 fCaptainJ 3 Intramural orts 13 Variety Shows 1, 2, 3,. t X fi' ALAN R. SHONE Shine Mission Unit 1, 43 Bowling Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 23 Perpetual Rosary 33 Sodality 23 Intramural Sports 13 Vari- ety Shows 1, 43 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 33 Chess Club 2, 3. RICHARD SHONE Dick Bowling Club 1, 3, 4 fPres- identl J 3 Perpetual Rosary33 Intramural Sports lg Camera Club 3 fsecretarylg Poster Club 43 Chess Club 23 Art Club 2, 3. 1951 GEORGE STAMPFLI Fitch Honor Roll 1,23 Varsity Foot- ball 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Span- ish Club 4g History Club 4' Chemistry Club 43 Intramural Sports 1. ffgf-if RALPH J. STELLWAGEN Garson Mission Unit 13 Bowling Club 13 Ski Club 2, 39 Chem- istry Club 43 Band 13 Aquin- ader 43 Maroon and White 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports lg Camera Club 33 100 Club 4. 43 JOHN F. STREBER Jack Reserve Basketball 33 Bowl- ing Club 2, 33 Mission Bouts 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 23 Safety Patrol 43 Intramural Sports 13 Chess Club 23 Art Club 2, 43 Poster Club 4. JEROME A. SKILINS Jerry Honor Roll 1, 23 Bowling Club 13 Glee Club 3, 43 In- tramural Sports l3 Liturgi- cal Choir 43 Variety Shows 1. FRANCIS W. SIEBERT Frank St. Thomas Club 1, 23 Bowl- ing Club 13 German Club 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Per- petual Rosary 33 Glee Club 3, 4. ROBERT J. STREBER Bob Honor Roll 13 Bowling Club 1, 3, 43 Sodality 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 13 Art Club 2, 33 Chess Club 2. ROBERT L- TYRRELL ROBERT G. TROCKELS BERNARD STROHMEYER Bud German Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Sodality 4, Glee Club 3, 4, History Club 4, Music Club 4, Intramural Sports 1. RONALD J. THOMANN Ron St. Thomas Club 1, Mission Unit 1, Reserve Basketball 3, German Club 3, 4, Per- petual Rosary 4, Intramural Sports 1. Stan B Squad Football 2, Bowling Club 1, History Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Chess Club 2, Maroon and White 2, In- tramural Sports l, Variety Shows 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH STUTZ Strech Mission Unit 1, Bowling Club 1, 2,'3, 4, Ski Club 2, Span- ish Club 2, Intramural Sports 1, Chess Club 2. WILLIAM TIRPAECK Turps Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, Chess Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1. K.-. RICHARD J. SULLIVAN Tim Bowling Club 1, Perpetual Rosary 3, Clee Club 3 4 'In- tramural Sports .1, Kglieer- leader 4. U' 0 x i X J . U ' 1 1 I ff . 1 t. w v v XVI' f' rf " ' r W s ROBERT TOMASINO Duke Bowling Club 1, Dramatics Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Swing- sters 2, 3, Variety Shows 3. JOHN SZULGIT Johnny St. Thomas Club 1, Honor Roll 2, 3, B Squad Football 2, Mission Unit 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, History Club 4, Latin Club 4 lSecretaryJ, Library Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 3, Sodality 2, 3, 4 fFeatures Editorl, Arete 4, Intramural Sports 1. JOSEPH TRIBOTTI Corky B Squad Football 2, Bowling Club l, Italian Club 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Latin Club 4, History Club 4, Perpetual 1. . Rosary 4, Intramural Sportjl JOSEPH TEXTER foe Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Va sity Baseball 3, Cooper M rines 2, 3, Perpetual Rosai 3, 4, Sodality 4, Aquinadt 4, Intramural Sports 1. FRANK P. TARANTO Fat Honor Roll 4, Greek Club4 Latin Club 4, Spanish Clu 2, Perpetual Rosary 4, Glf Club 3. 'A - MU Sfwokey ' WU Honor Roll 1' Mission Uni fy M J L 'Fi 1, Perpetual Rosary 4, Vari 1 l L, If ,li f ety Shows 2. 9 tt my u , , E I. S Swrp, 44 VVVAX Y TJ. , 4 V RICHARD J. TYTLER Red B Squad Football 23 Bowling Club 4g History Club 4g Per- petual Rosary 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 13 Liturgical Choir 4. ANTHONY VALENTE Tony Italian Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 3' Sodality 4. N I 1 1, ,f .fl ,., 1 JW 35 11.4 , 1 , 3 , - all ' ffl,'7,rjI',1f- x sg f 3- ' r ALAN VanKERKHOVE Al St. Thomas Club 13 Bowling Club 1, 23 German Club 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Per- petual Rosary 3, 4g Intra- mural Sports 1. WM DONALD WATERS Don Bowling Club 13 Mission Bouts 13 Latin Club 43 French Club 43 Intramural Sports 1. WILLIAM G. WEBSTER Bill Mission Unit 13 Perpetual Rosary 3, 4g Glee Club 3, 4. RAYMOND VECCHIO Vech Varsity Football 2, 43 Mis- sion Bouts 1, 23 Perpetual Rosary 43 Clee Club 33 Safe- ty Patrol 4g Intramural Sports 1. PAUL M. WECKESSER Paul St. Thomas Club lg Honor Roll 2, 33 Bowling Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Chemis- try Club 43 History Club 4g Perpetual Rosary 33- Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 13 Liturgical Choir 4. ANDREW M. VERGO JQASQUALE-J. VIT6 , ,' H Pashqual History Club 43 Glee Club 3, 4g Intramural Sports 1. Andy Honor R l 3 fBosa,ry 1 f j.. FXS fgbifv ,l"i"W . "3 , 'A Leif .114 7' 4 " X. CLARENCE L. WEEKS Skip Bowling Club 13 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Clee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. 1951 45 DAVID J. WEIDMANN Dave St. Thomas Club 13 Honor Roll 2, 33 Bowling Club lg German Club 33 Greek Club 43 History Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Dramatics 4. V , 4 WJ ,, !A,lp4'g'f! ' 'fill I if ,-Al ' . -,.' . , uf ' JOSEPH L. WESLEY Joe Honor Roll 1, 23 Mission Unit 2, 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 4: Cooper Marines 33 Span- ish Club 2, 43 Acolyte Club 13 History Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3g Clee Club 3, 43 Maroon and White 33 Intra- mural Sports 13 Liturgical Choir 4. l 4 be JU ROBERT J. WHITE Stiletto St. Thomas Club 23 Honor Roll I, 33 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 33 Sodal- ity 43 Chess Club 23 Latin Club 4. ROBERT E. YARDLEY Bob Mission Unit I3 Bowling Club 1, 2g Spanish Club 2, 33 Chemistry Club 43 History Club 4 fPresidentJ3 Debat- ing Team 43 Perpetual Rosary 43 Dramatics Club 43 Arete 43 Intramural Sports 13 100 Club 4. 33523 DONALD G. WILLIAMS Shorty Mission Bouts 23 Reserve Basketball 23 Varsity Base- ball 43 Cooper Marines 1, 33 Bowling Club 1, 2, 43 Ger- man Club 43 Chess Club 23 History Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3g Maroon and White 13 Variety Shows lg Intra- mural Sports l. DONALD G. YECKEL Toe St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council l, 3, 4g Pres- ident of Senior Classg Varsity Football 43 B Squad Football 2, 3g Greek Club 2, 3, 4g Chemistry Club 43 Sodality 4g Dramatics 43 Maroon and White 3, 4. -I .3553 HARRY T. WILLIAMS Will Mission Bouts 2, 3, 43 Span- ish Club 23 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, 4. CHARLES E. HACK Chuck JOSEPH W. WITTMANN Joe St. Thomas Club 1, 2g Honor Roll 33 Chemistry Club 43 Orchestra I3 100 Club 4. ARTHUR R. ARIENO Art III. SSnf1 46 S i .f 3 4 3 Q Si Q if E S ROBERT M. WOOD Bob Honor Roll I3 Mission U1 I, 2, 3, 4 fPresidentJ3 Squad Football 23 Bowli Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fVice-Pri identJ3 Mission Bouts 1, 3, 43 Chemistry Club Creek Club 43 History Cl' 43 Perpetual Rosary 3, Sodality 3, 4 fTreasurer Aquinader 3, 4 fEditor-i Chief lg Intramural Sports 100 Club 4. EDWARD C. WOJTAS Ed St. Thomas Club lg Lat Club 4. 951 A serious note in Sr. Raphael's French III class. The ,l "Future, Less Vivid" 2 brings a smile in Father Lococo's Latin III class. Did you eat your Wheaties this morning, Health students? "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread." 47 Father Donovan enlightens an Intermediate student. SENIIJH TEAIIHEB5 . IN CLASS W ate! v UenS-ld gllv eivfel' Willis YB-'he' 'O . I Qt dig Father O'Leary's "genii busy with their Latin. At the begin . Father S ning of the Retreat SE IIIIH RETREAT "What doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world, yet suffer the loss of his immortal soul". As Ash Wednesday ushered in the holy season of Lent, so did the Senior Class of 1951 usher the Eternal Presence into its soul for three days of recollection with God at the Aquinas Annex. Conducted by the Very Reverend Patrick Russell, Carmelite Provincial of the New York Province of Saint Elias, the retreat provided the choicest of all opportunities one could desire for advancing before the all-knowing Eyes of Cod. As a result of the retreat master's inspiring conferences, we began to ponder within ourselves precisely how "even', we stood with the Almighty. Class- rooms were converted into incinerators where, by the Divine Power vested in His priests, our Creator allowed us to discard past events in Confession and to start anew on lifeis treacherous journey toward eternal glory - a chance of a lifetime for an insurance policy for etemity! Father Regan distributes Ashes. Seniors keep the silence during lunch. 4.8 A visit to the Chapel. ,Pratt ff Sacrifice 0f0tX2s iSH01y 305 says the Rosary. A very important part of the retreat. At a conference, Father Russell stresses a point of doctrine. B O N I TA 5 x Y, I Q: Z PN ' f x QE 'Www N, of JP 'fgg l 7M f 7 x w X X Z X X j 5 K f' u n fi' Q15 I 'X R J x. g 2 1 x .,, W W .J-V ' W a. . W, Rev. John M. Wilson in C.S.B. Hn EHUUM 315 Standing. Left to Right: Richard Masucci, Peter Turner, John 0'Brien, James Mills, Francis Stiner, Richard Parker, John Zdanecis, Eugene Fleming, Robert Sayre, John Vella, Thomas Taylor. First Row: John Kress, Michael Saetta, George Scheil, Bernard Hill, Sam Licata, James Cooney. Second Row: Robert Urquhart, William Winterroth, Richard Walsh, Manuel Sabido, Albert Stein, James Kirwin. Third Row: 'Justin Ventimiglia, Thomas White, Michael Weins, Thomas Begley, Sam Profeta, James Welch, Gerald Sheehan. Fourth Row: James Victoria, Robert Finnerty, Victor Raycroft. Student absent from picture: Ray Mahar. Standing, Left to Right: Anthony J. Barrese, Ralph G. Barbato, Anthony F. Panzetta, Maury A. Ryan, James A. Usselman, Karl P. Zimmerman, Walter D. Burns, Dominic J. Fonte, Louis A. Pilato, Alexander I. Tomanovich, Philip A. Wood, Francis X. Munger, Franklin Dom, Charles B. Ross. First Row: John E, Resch, Raymond A. Santore, Clayton C. Zachman, Harold F. Staudenmayer, Louis F. Wilson, Philip J. Zirretta. Second Row: William L. Riefiin, Thomas F. Sapere, Robert E. Burke, Thomas A. Witzel, Peter J. Pel- Ierito, Patrick Smith. Third Row: Gerard T. Grassi, Richard E. Rohring, William C. Sauer, John F. Tschieder, James H. Wohlrab, Thomas C. Zink, Peter C. Lombardo. Fourth Row: Robert B. Davis, Thomas J. Schoen, Robert J. Tuite. Student absent from picture: James N. Wurtz. Sf' Mamfphae' 49 H I1 E ll U I1 M 3 2 3 H U M E H U U M 3 E U Rev. Josegiisuzg. 0'Reilly C - ti Xi' Standing, Left to Right: J. Iverson, R. Finewood, R. Hodges, R. Lui, T. Fritz, R. Subrani, P. LeBerth, R. Kannan. First Row: T. Doyle, J. Lynch, W. Corbett. R. LeBlanc, F. Greenleaf. Second Row: B. Lurz, C. Brasley, J. Lauch, J. Corcoran, R. Donnelly, G. Bryant. Third Row: R. Durant, W. Cannan, R. Church, P. Bogaski, R. Krenzer, D. Borelli, H. Lapple. Fourth Row: A. DeMarco, J. Jones, R. Brennan. Students absent from picture: A. Agnello, R., DeCrave, R. Golding, J. Laughlin. Standing, Left to Right: Frank Semmelmayer, Charles Dever, Ronald Masucci, James DeGennaro, Eugene Sciarratta, Carl Patricelli Norman Schied, James Schippers, Thomas Morris. First Row: Ronald Cortese Henry Eiffert, Roy Lotzar, Richard Farnan, Daniel De Laus, James Panchyshyn. Second Row: John Nellis, Nicholas Meli, Andrew Mitrano, Joseph Paterniti, William Schaeffer, Walter Her man. Third Row: Jen Neilon, Ronald Santirocco, Casper Pignato, Donald Sargent, Walter Sullivan, Francis Philippone, Richard Pas cucci. Fourth Row: Joseph Redmond, Timothy Scanlon, Robert McMullen. Student absent from picture: Patrick Lavelle. "mm, S..M....T. ..... 50 HU EHIJUM 219 s.s.J. A l S" Ms.2f?T'MwS H IJ M E H ll U M 2 ll 5 JR Standing, Left to Right: Anthony T. Caiola. William F. Buhler, Richard J. Hoffend, Donald F. Hammes, Donald P. Dohr, Gerald Brimacomlre, Carl J. DeJohn, Richard F. Hayes. First Row: Earl M. Carroll, Thomas J. Doerr, Donald J, DePerna, Donald J. Beyrle, Michael J. Gallo, Gerald J. Kreiger. Second Row: Martin V. Casey. David A. Keehley, Frank .l. Kowalski, Eugene F. Macaluso, Patrick J. Caricchio, William J. Boland, Joseph J. Chase. Third Row: William E. Dorr, Joseph D. Hayes, George J. Krehling, James M. Cul- hane, Bruno V. Gugliotto, Thomas C. Gaiter, Richard L. Kirsch. Fourth Row: Richard l. Hohnan, James F. Closser, John J. Bonacci, .Iames J. Bonanno. Standing. Left to Right: Donald Kuder, Robert O'C0nnor, Chester Seil, Patrick 0'Connor, Edward Nicaletta, Richard Gaffney, John Biehler, Richard Pelino, Francis Fischer, David Sullivan, John Connors. First Row: Lawrence Connorton, Louis Pasquale, Michael Pal- meri, Sidney Smith, Raymond Szczcpanski, Gustav Stickley, Edward Sullivan, Richard Gamble. Second Row: Dominic Piazza, James Bou- lct, Joseph Pertir'om', Donald Scheg, William Roeger, Robert Timmons, Donald Wiesner, Third Row: Robert Shellard, Lewis Audino, Kevin Blakely, Leon Nowakowski, Donald Miller. Fourth Row: John Goetz, Donald Bertsch. Students absent from picture: John Rig- ney, Frank Aprilano, William Sullivan. H U 13 11 U U 213 51 W. ummm HU EHUUWl3U2 Standing, Left to Right: William Powers, Samuel DiPaola, James Bender, James Worben, Clayton Van Buren, James Welch, Raymond Wells, Peter Trabold, Gary Vail. First Row: John Flynn, John Krenzer, Edward Lynd, John Lyons, Paul Tuttle. Second Row: William Miller, James 0'Brien, John O'Brien, Kenneth O'Brien, Wilmer 0'Connell, James Potter. Third Row: Richard Pratt, Robert Schneider, Samuel Valente, John Mayer, William Shortsleeve, Robert Simpson, Donald Skiba. Fourth Row: Donald Spaker, Raymond Spall, George Stein, Richard Surace. Students absent from picture: John Hellems, David MacDonald, Paul McDonald, John Sheldon, David Stoll. Standing, Left to Right: Donald Mooney, William Blu , Patrick Clinton, Patrick Alfieri, Joseph Mazzara, Lawrence nlerino, Donald Gilardi, Theodore Maxwell, Ernest Eck, Lawrence Mo thy, David McCrane, Ronald Callura, Richard Meagher. Fi sf w: Richard Calabrese, John Cannon, David Canny, Gregory Doyle, ohn Carr, Roger Ciccarelli. Second Row: Bernard Corey, Tho s onovan,Ger- ald Carlson, Victor Lootens, Robert Eichas, Robert E ing. Third Row: Stanley Kulpinski, Charles Gugino, Grego rt, Francis L dato, John McNulty, George Lynd, Raymond Miller. urth Row: David Murphy, Eugene Morreale. Student sent from picture' John F. O'Brien'. QQ' tf,. A at HU EHUU 321 Q J Jhk osep H n M 12 H IJ n 2 111 A, - , f "W Sturuling. Luft lo Right: Coveney, Donald Cooke, Robert Lochner, Kenneth Georger, Charles Aulbach, Raymond Frenz, Michael Maccio, Donald Holleder, John William D'Ambrosio, Paul Latt. First Row:John Nacca, Ralph Annucci, John Curran, Joseph Glaser, Joseph l.f-rs:-h. Scrnnfl Row: Owen Hickey, Anthony Figaro, Ormond Dailey, Philip Bellomio, William Feldman, Donald Cieslak. Third Row: David Davin, Gerald Maysak, William Keefer, Frank Geraci, Kenneth Kay, Frank Guelli. Fourth Row: Robert Malley, David Kausch, llartholomew Can-rino, Robert Hartigan, Student absent from picture: Donald Bull. Standing, Left tn Right: Philip J. Sheehan, John A. 0'Hara, Robert J. Niermeyer, Neil J. 0'Brien, William A. Schreiner, William C. Str-ve, ll:-nu-trio P. lirrigo, John J. Long, Richard J. Moriarty, Richard F. Baariedl, G. Donald Schluter. First Row: Joseph W. Hanss, George C. Crm-en, Angelo R. Brigandi, Gerald P. Boland, Donald H. Fox. Second Row: Richard C. Munger, Robert J. Hanss, Dennis A. Gibson, Philip fl. Clarke, Charles A. Bishop, Robert F. Bell. Third Row: Raymond J. Schlitzer, J.. Ronold Burbank, Robert J. Keegan, llarolrl l.. Calloway, Howard W. Dalton, Rob2"t N, Knittel, Charles A. Schiano. Fourth Row: Charles C. Russo, John F. Bent- ley, John li. Kinsky, James W. Gallagher. Students absent from picture: Harold A. Bock, Donald J. Pickens. D.. M.. Ch.,1...J. Ma., 53 H I1 M E H I1 Il 3 ll 1 r? Q X , 3 ,,1L,:--5L M, an , :Ei -w, Q, . U .gy 5 s E E32 .1 , ' 5 'EQ if NV, umm ii!! T-ie .35 Rev. John R. McLaughlin HU EHUU lll7 ward Weber, John Redmond, Lawrence Worboys, Terrenc Semrau, Richard Spallato. First Row: Michael DeLous, Herbert Hunt, Ralph Irene, David lzzo, Richard Johnston, Victor Kane. Second Row: Thomas Maira, Edward Kin- sella, Thomas Kick, Edward Keenan, Patrick Keenan, Richard Yahn, Third Row: Gerald McGuire, Peter Mira- hella, Vincent Mitrano, Vito Natale, Robert 0'Connell, Robert Osterman, Louis Pesce. Fourth Row: Thomas Walz, Anthony Thomas, Edward Wesley, Michael Spinelli. Standing, Left to Right: Frank McCabe, Joseph Maloney, James West, James Dugan, Jerry Yagy, Thomas Brien, Donald Shaw, Al Cangiano, Ed- Standing, Left to Right: Paul Walker, James H U E Il Wenckus, Cornelius Barnett, David Benzing, Thomas Wakefield, Bernard Streb, Anthony Sor- tino, Joseph Valenti, Arnold Schwartz, Gerard Shostad, Raymond Schmitt, Patrick Suraci. First Row: William Bis- hop, Darwin Crandall, James Currier, Anthony De Cesare, Frederick Tee Boon, Thomas Cutberlet. Second Row: George Haas, Anthony Viva, Joseph Kizinski, Eugene Krist, Philip Kuebel, Frederick Geiger. Third Row: David Maier, Charles Meisenzahl, Andrew Rock, Robert Nolan, Robert Pagano, Richard Mastrodonato, Edward Mockevic- ius. Fourth Row: Patrick Pellegrini, Joseph Rocco, Paul Rombaut, Roy Rupp. Student absent from picture: Wil- liam Englert, C.S.B. Sister Laurene Marie S,S.J. ww' 'fi l . Q 0 3Ei,:,,. ,le ,. ,V ,mx QW gf ..," 'W A 'E ak E L fL ' ' S? ' Af iii , Q 3 .,. , .. ... 5, .4 .x... Z ,.-35,1 WWW .Iv .. A . ,. V - , Y .. . .. W9 zi- f . 'S K :,, . 1 :..' Q' " :'P 1.' 1 A ff 6 'T' . 4' i -A 1 if ,A.:. I - W 5 5 'A'- E' , 1 U ig , 2 A Q it Jrkfg, 7 1 1 ' gf fi Q-- . ,,, A 5 '-,:: ,VQ Q f br f 1-'1A if ' ff? . 1534 EQ? any 4, X. B :gig ,, V - -- A ,, 1 - .f . ' ' ' A, xy 'ar-1 f 1 " " IF M f 1-f rf' V, R ii, , S ef , . A X ' f f K 4 s Q- K f 'A' J .we 4 'xr Mi, vga 1 .,, I ,aw vp fig: 4- I it an H, R all ,163 , va 'i :lg 435 N, YJYL! 3 fi M'2t?f?M is W F 8-,F ' wi H' ,,, ,M,4g.i-A W- 4 E K f. W yi gf ,L H 3 . sv '1 V? ,,.. , hx Q: A www.-5 M f Sr. M. Demetria S.S.J. Sr. M. Gregory R.S.M. 4' -'X Standing, Left to Right: George Witzel, Robert Grof, Charles Lechner, Peter Frachel, George Bauerschmidt, David.Alexander, Peter Tubiolo, John Tschiderer, Peter Pancione, Charles Thomas, Anthony Sellito, Bernard Polle, Thomas Wurzer, First Row: Ro- bert Beier, Robert Burgart, Rocco Cupulo, Del Vecchio, Donald Ehmann, Clifard Monteau. Second Row: Peter Howland, Joseph Infantino, Edward Janowski, Thomas Herily, Francis Sheehan. Third Row: John Lagnese, Charles Magin, John Maier, Richard Marosco, Roy McHenry, Eugene Nato, Nelson Owen, Charles Richardson. Fourth Row: William Rindelstein, Richard Kurz, James Rodenback. Student absent from picture: Charles Vergo. HIJMEHUU RUB Standing, Left to Right: James Hubert, Duane McCoy, Morris Culhane, Michael Clark, Edward Ryan, Robert Mclintee, Ronald Roach, John Robinson, Kenneth Trott, Donald Wahl, William Winans, Roy Engells, William Monteith, David Scheg. First Row: Richard Brickler, Peter Kress, Richard Burke, Thomas Hally, Gerald Monaghan, Joseph Hartzler. Second Row: Thomas Hellenschmidt, Gordon Nalboeuf, Thomas Perry, William Keegan, Stanley Konieczny, Charles Mudge. Third Row: John Bieszad, Joseph Petil, Frank Woods, John Keudel, Bernard O'Sullivan, Timothy Maier, Thomas Beeman. Fourth Row: John LaPalm, Richard Walsh, Donald Paudina, John MacLelland. Student absent from picture: Eu- gene Brown. 57 53- if A K? sg we 'E 5 Jw Q Q, 5 Asha A E EE M ,, . We 25 5 A HW .A h fl, F 5 if , , I A 'fir , 52 f ' f ' , H' 1 ff.. -54 A Q Q, ' ? I WT at '1:.: K 'XV K if :aw ' 'fy gy, 3 V- ,, H If. K , y 5 , 3 . J K , ' U , I J T , I W K, Q W 1 , V: kb :v-- . HZ ki, E E' AE: 17 My ., ,K if K, i df - gif LLEL m 4? E -- A we V ' 9 SA 5 'Q' v Q 1 K, L i Q w' A 3 Alifvgz 6 Aggzz- , if , 'E' ' fix 5 jfs in g Q f mz5ff , I ,JH ,t sf ' ' gf? 1 4 ,M A ' ZR I 7 Q SQ .f ., 4 gi 1. K ,Yr A shi I if S' X Q V uw p vf I M ,z. . ,AV :mg if J' fiiiffill 1 4 In . A Q JE s E as sf Q ' N we . 6 . x asf af i if ' sian K ' i 1' xiii f , , . X fgy ,nf ygf :W ".1YYHn nzwnagif kj . 1 9 . . -If K ,JM-:xg f' ' ,z b W 4 A by , ,x V I 1 "?""' iff fir u W fa A H ll M E H IJ IJ E ll 3-A tfzfiw - Standing, Left to Right: Charles R. Small, Lawrence H. Schmidt, Daniel C. O'Brien, Malcolm J. Picard, William M. Stephan, Joseph G. Esposito, Hans J. Dotzler, John P. Brigham, Joseph J. Tiberio, Edward A. Wallensak, John P. Reeder, Bruce R, Metzger, William D, Lechner. First Row: Charles A. Carrado, John W. Clark, Richard T. Connolly, Paul G. Curran, Robert L. Flaherty, Gerald J. Doud, Ronald A. Bott. Second Row: Lawrence J. Goater, Robert R. Cramza, William J. Hawken, Walter W. Huurman, Joseph F. lndovina, Leo O. Fabifis, Harold E. Kick, Joseph K, Romano. Third Row: Thomas R. Lobene, Robert N. Lutrario, Paul J. McGlynn, R. Kenneth Mackne, Thomas E. Mahoneyf Robert E. Mason, David J. Rogers, Ronald A. Bailey. Standing. Left to Right: James Bauman, Ralph Horton, Edward Dietz, Daniel Annechina, Frank Ruh, Russell Mandrino, Phillip Cenier Charles McKenna, John Lyng, Paul Eisman. First Row: Louis Biehler, Roger Bossert, J. Brady Callan, Robert Carroll, Maurice Cun ningham, Richard Dandrea, Henry Yount, Brendan Murphy. Second Row: John Stuhlmiller, David Fedisan, Clifford Joslin, Bernard Flay han, James Cerace, John Hawkins, Richard Smith, Peter Shepphard, Richard Wehner. Third Row: Rance Horton, Anthony Marcello Jerry Rutledge, John Holland, Eugene Kehoe, John Wallace, George Prendergast. Fourth Row: Robert F. Miller, James Rindsland, Ro bert 0'Neill, Eric Pendleton, Carlton Valvo. Student absent from picture: Kenneth Ward. .0 H U M E 11 IJ n 2 1 n-A .LL.....-.-R, mb 'x , , .2 .f 45 if Q nl . 3 4 if N, 7 I A QQ' W A' 5 JW" 2 "W N sq 'S A JE ,Low if,-A iv '12 4. -M ,gy v " -uf W M ,, 3 Wx ff -S may M '19 ZW fa -4 'S ,Alu-My 552 E, f if .gif ' If , M 'EL 354.4 Q? Sf? s ki mf 1 M W yi ' . lg-Q H ,wif 5 ! 5 W x l V V' ,+R 'M R x 4 P L '- f HN A'xf-53? K ,924 QT' k y-fegnfieff . N-ws' Q I H ll E R U IJ M E ll 7- 62 Rev. AHEQBF. Butler I-I U E H IJ U M E U 5 - Standing, Left to Right: Russel Schimmel, Guy Vito, Joseph Koesterer, Robert Ford, Joseph Gaiter, Edward Owens, Gerald Skerrett, Daniel Kujawa, Michael Spang, Walter Stanny, Gerald Thomann, Ronald Pasnak, Gerald Tirite. First Row: David Fancy, Thomas Eckrich, Theodore Dengler, Donald Corbett, Donald Hottois, Louis Barrese. Second Row: Wilfred Wagner, Robert Kinsella, Robert Hunt, Theodore Houck, Thomas Cass, Alfred Halpin, Robert Gullo. Third Row: Ross Morgan, Leonard Meisenzahl, Thomas Masseth, Gary Martins, Michael Madigan, Thomas McCabe, Michael Lupo, Mario La Poma. Fourth Row: John Schantz, Edward Roberts, Rich- ard Qustaert, James Pierce, Ernest Persi, Gerald Paternoster. Standing, Left to Right: Donald Arioli, George T. Stewart Jr., Charles Weisner, David Johnson, Robert Bacchetta, Alva Reed, James McCann, Charles Iniantino, Lawrence Culhane, Richard Whitley, Joseph Reinschmidt, Michael Rose, Richard Thomann. First Row: Donald Bergen, Daniel Brown, Charles Camera, Frank Cesolani, George Cocilova, Frank Di Cesare. Second Row: Donald Doane, Judd Dry, Louis Ehmann, Paul French, Christopher Gian-Cursio, Robert Hayes, John Hofmann- Third Row: Frank E. Kesel, Donald Liese, Paul Lurz, William Lynch, Peter Meyer. Fourth Row: Joseph Russo, Robert Mulhern, David C. O'Neill, Gerald Phelan, Shaun Mul- varrey. Student absent from picture: Allan Prachel. s Q! rx PSHE' is Q WW Z ! ,, Y 'sf J? ,gg : ,QT , 1 ,gf if Y Q ,Q 3.1 'Sk' his - k . 1 iv, 2 , K K - ,-1 Q M v . -. x , 5 -1 P W. 5jL3x,v,gf.f-'.g" f I 7, K q.- K ' f , f fs , N X ..3wf' y hqgfx M "Q: . , ,i J , M" Jai?-BW H IJ E H I1 IJ 2 Il B- Standing, Left to Right: Gerald Loch.ner, Edgar Begy, Gerard Luciano, John Radl, John Farnsworth, Nazareno D'Ercole, William Magee, Joseph Hawkins, Stanley Szczepanski, Nicholas Bianchi. First Row: Daniel Caulfield, George Callemeyn, Charles Karnisky, David Doyle, Frederick Alati, John Schlafferi Second Row: Richard Warth, Gerard Doerr, Howard Donnelly, Paul Donoghue, Martin Kane, Charles Giannavola, Loxuis Civiletti. Third Row: Richard O'Neil, James DuRocher, Edwin Morris, Paul Galen, Lawrence Dow- dell, Louis Johnroe, Thomas Gill, George Zink. Fourth Row: Jerry Clifford, Daniel Hoffend, Thomas Raah, Carl Colopietro, David Hamill. Students absent from picture: John Karp, John Wojiechowski, Ronald Uber. FHESHMEN III. 55 HEPHESENTX-lTI E Back Row, Left to Right: Richard Meyer, Daniel Brown, Gregory Britz, James Cortina, John Hickey, Charles Karnisky. Front Row: William Stephan, Patrick Larkin, Gary Martins, James Bauman, Arthur Leo. 64- N MEMUHI M DONALD Q, WAHL GERARD J. LEIMBERGER Feb, 23, 1935-Dec, 15, 1950 Dec. 13, 1934-Nov. 14, 1950 . S ,sg Y ugh LT A' A , . ,Q , , The faculty and student-body wish to extend to the families of Donald Wahl and Gerard Leimberger their heartfelt sympathy on the deaths of these two ideal Catholic students. Each was popular with both teachers and fellow classmates, and displayed an enthusiastic love for everything Aquinas. Their passing is mourned by their countless friends. ' The words of the Preface for the Mass for the Dead, "Life is changed, not taken away," are a great source of consolation to all who loved them. HEUUIESIIANT IN PACE 65 we 4 , dbx' ,rxfgu X ,S Yhagel ' YXeU Cal o eww" S3961 M05 gm con Private meditation in the Chapel. Father McLaughlin blesses the student body at the Mass. XO' . gum Y We' KQKXQ V1 'A ' 90 30 B iefssx QWSSW owe' 605635 wee' xx at E Father Nagle gives one of his . . . Father Cullen distributes Blessed many inspiring conferences. Ashes to some underclassmen. On the first three days of Lent, February 7, 8, and 9, the Reverend Aloysius Nagle of the Carmelite Fathers conducted the annual retreat for Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors at the main building of Aquinas. Commencing with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and Holy Communion on each morning, the students were "set in the right direction" by their director. From that point, the making of a good retreat rested entirely in the cradle of their conscience. 0335510 new By keeping the day-long silence, their souls were left open for direct conferences with God as to their " stand" in His Eyes. Priests throughout the school exercised their power to forgive the sins of those truly sorry for all of them. Thus, by retreating with their souls, did so manystudents advance to glorified heights before the Sight of Cod. UNIJEHEI. SSME HETHE 'I' Father Nagle enrolls the student 66 body in the Scapular. 2? 3, Q Q 0 X f U Gs 4' 1, M f I yi! 5' T ,S j2?xw l n" Q '-SYM-,2.' W K .4 1 I f "5- N' Yr. V4 E "' feliiff jx jx X KS S' 39 f, X 152232 f P 557' X f Fr GIGS' . . s 1it.Pfe?Cl1- '-1 hn Fricans-sem.: left to mlhbotlzlmvaflilfreiect- 5"1"d"lg' 0 Q - Q g.S.B. uafecwfl cami, Tl Woold, Tfe"S"'e" movia , T Secretary and Ro e Pieu-0pa0 1, Fr. Cvrescoviak El V65 the BlCSSlDg at Benediction. liUCIHARIS'l'ItI tIOMMl'l"l'lCE Slllllllfllg. lvlr to right: Mich- an-I lh-l,uus, Robert Hrarller, .losi-ph 'llf'Xlf'l', Anthony Val- enti, l'liilip Wood, Vincent Mitrano Sf-nfwrl: William Reininger H fliairmunl, ,lames Norton, Gerald Sclioenherr, William Schreiner, David lzzo. Absent from picture: Thomas lllllK'lCt'I', Richard Munger, .los- epli llanss, .lame-s Usselman, Ilaviil Kaurvh, Rolls-rt Mason, l'utri4'ls l'1-llagrini, 67 THE SUDALITY Since the aims of the Sodality are the personal sanctifica- tion of its members, the performance of apostolic works to help others, and the defense of the Church, Sodalists are en- gaged in a rather extensive program. The Sodality is not just an organization, it is a way of life. "To Jesus through Mary" is the motto of the Sodalist. To attain greater personal holiness, the Sodalist is-asked to live a rule which includes daily: the recitation of the Rosary, mental prayer, morning offering, a visit to the Blessed Sacrament, examination of conscience, spiritual reading, attendance at Mass, and reception of Holy Com- munion daily, if posible. Organized projects enable the Sodalists to exercise their zeal in the Apostolic work. Our Marian Committee this year has organized the Perpetual Rosary of which five hundred students are members, inaugurated the family Rosary, en- couraging families of students to say the beads daily. Our Eucharistic Committee has encouraged frequent Com- munion among the student body, sponsored the daily Mass, at which about thirty students assist each day: taught stu- dents to serve Mass, prepared the vestments and Altar for daily Mass, and organized a group to sing at High Masses in the Chapel. Our Catholic Action Committee put on a campaign to have a Holy Water font in each homeroom, seeing that these fonts are filled periodically, at Christmas time, put on a canned food drive to help needy families and orphans, Finally, the Apostolic Committee distributed some three hundred books and pamphlets for the annual Retreat, sold copies of Father Kellerls Wfhree Minutes a Day,,' and rosaries, and helped to erect a May day altar. -..41 MARIAN COMMITTEE Standing, left to right: Paul Latt, Louis Bommattei, Step- han Kellner, Gerard Hafner, Patrick Buttarazzi, Robert Davis. Seated: Eugene Het- tel, David Rehholz, An- thony Biondi, Joseph Val- ente. Absent: Carl Lamen- dola, John Fischette, Peter Kress. APOSTOLIC COMMITTEE Standing left to right: Eu- gene Noto, Philip Alesso Benjamin Rotolo. Seated: Thomas O'Keefe fChairmanJ, Robert White. Absent: Don- ald Yeckel, George Scheil, Richard Kurz. CATHOLIC ACTION COMMITTEE Standing left to right: ,Iohn Lynch, Vincent Cardella, An- thony Panzetta, William Muar. Seated: Bernard Stroh- meyer fChairman J, Patrick Suraci. Absent: Edward Schickler, Robert Moriarity, James Gallagher, Donald Schluter. 68 FRESHMAN SODALITY Burk Row, Left to Right: Rolicrt Burkitt, Michael Spang, John Larkin, C. lmhof, .loseph lJiFalmio, .lohn Grinnan, Guy Vito, .loseph Cassata. Middle Huw: Carl l,en7n, Cyril liedoux, David U'Neill, Cary Martins, William Foster, Guy Solimano, Paul French. Front Row: Ed- ward Roberts, William Hawken, William Farrell, Robert Cramza, Malcolm Picard, Edward Char- lmonneau, ,lamf-s Callan, Sodalists at Mass during their annual Retreat. Students participating in the Perpetual Rosary. Seniors George Lower and John Pietropaoli admire the shrine at the Diocesan Sodality Conven- tion held in February. 03' ISSIIII EH SAIIE One of the most active organizations in the school is the Mission Unit. Over the years, the generosity of Aquinas students has made this school by far the most outstanding in the nation. This year promises to be the best yet, with the outlook very bright for shattering all previous records. The goodness obtained by both the students and the misionaries is boundless. To mention only a few of the projects undertaken by Fr. Looby and his predecessor, Fr. Haffey, are: the financing of St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Texasg the education of Brother Alexander in an Indian seminaryg and numerous contributions to Fathers Brown. Brennan, and Tierney, all Aquinas graduates. Aquinas mis- sion donations have been sent to Calcutta, Hong Kong, Korea, the Philippines, Hawaii, the North- west Territory, and many other regions. All our support is not monetary. This year a homeroom attended Mass every day for the inten- tions of the missions. Our daily prayers always include these brave men and women of Cod. The need of keping our motto of 'Prayer, Sacrifice, and: Study", is constantly instilled in our boys by our moderator and by the homeroom Mission leaders. Too much can not be said for these lads who are the backbone of all Mission activities. We are sure that God will not fail to bless the men of Aquinas for their great zeal for the spread of Christianity throughout the world. MISSIONS OFFICERS Standing. Left to Right: Thomas O'Keefe, Carl Brasley, John Dailgr, Seated: Robert Wood, Father Arthur L00l?Y1 CAS-B., James Porcari. 70 HUIVIEHUIJM REPRESENTATIVE FRESHMAN MISSION LEADERS Standin Iet to Right lack Lyng Mike Spang Joe AQUINADER STAFF Standing, Left to Right: Thomas O'Keefe, Ralph Stell- wagen, Joseph Texter, Gerald Schoenherr, James Porvari, John Dailor. Seated: Mr. Ronald Pazik, C.S.B., Robert Wood Iliditorl, Rev. Arthur Looby, C.S.B. ' ' g! lf : ' 5 Y lJiFahio, llulmert Merle, Jerry, Cliflord, Larry Murray. Seated: Dan 0'Brien, Chris Farrell, Dale Casterline, Dave U'Neil, Arnold Ilayes. Father Brown, a Maryknoll Missionary priest, snapped this picture of his dog team resting on the Mackenzie River Ice between Fort Norman and Norman Wells, N.W.T., in the Canadian Sub-Artic. ,., , JV.. ,....., Am A ,, , was.-....,., , """ W -'wwf . ,.., -We .nwwatqe , 7 . x- st ax K t, W :as Father Bernard Brown, a graduate of Aquinas in the class of 139, uses his dog team to haul firewood at St. Theresa's Mission, Fort Nor- man, N.W.T., Canada. Harman llluh SR. LAURENE MARIE Moderator DONALD MUENCH President GEORGE LOWER V ice-President PETER ROMEO Secretary KARL FABER Treasurer I' i' an " iaams'r1 "-f.! -W... .Q 11' 1123 iw" iw'w Latin Eluh FATHER LOCOCO Moderator ROBERT MOONEY President RUDOLPH NAPODANO Vice-President JOHN SZULGIT Secretary-Treasurer IILU Italian Club MISS CAPPELLINO Moderator PATRICK BUTTARAZZI President LOUIS BOMMATTEI Vice-President CHARLES SCHIANO Secretary-Treasurer Break Club FATHER -VVURZER Moderator ROBERT MOONEY President PAUL FREEMESSER Vice-President ROBERT GAY Secretary-Treasurer Spanish lfluh MR. R. PAZIK Moderator JOSEPH POMPA President JOSE ECHANIZ Vice-President VVILLIAM AULBACH Secretary WILLIAM GAMBLE Treasurer French Eluh SR. M. RAPHAEL Moderator FRANK PILECKI President DAVID DIETZ Vice-President History Club MESSRS. MEDER AND PERRY Moderators ROBERT YARDLEY President EDWARD SCHICKLER Vice-President CLYDE BRENN AN Secretary DONALD LOGAN Treasurer Library Club MR. I. BERTHELOT Moderator FRANK PILECKI President FRANK SANSONE Vice-President EDWARD D'AMICO Secretary WILLIAM SCHREINER Treasurer E L Heh atinq Uuh FATHER O'RE1LLY Moderator THOMAS HARTZELL GEORGE LOWER Co-Presidents 74 ,ym , . ,, , Wv Funiiiqht Club FATHER CIII.I Moderator RICHARD IVIANCINI President EAW: Music Appreciation iliuh IVIR. I. IVICIVIANUS Moderator RICHARD DTTO President RICHARD REININCER Vice-President WILLIAM IVIUAR Secretary WILLIAIVI BELL Treasurer 4--1 Safety Pairui FATHER RILEY Moderator DAVID SHARPE Captain ROBERT FRUSCI IEROIVIE KUHN FELIX RROCCOLO Lieutenants 75 Stage Crew FATHER SILVESTER Moderator WILLIAM CAIN JOHN HONAN Co-Managers I Chemistry Eluh FATHER WILSON Moderator PHILIP KEUPER President ROBERT MOONEY Vice-President JOSEPH WITTMAN Secretary Craft Eluh FATHER CROSS Moderator THEODORE HAUCH President i fi W 'fee . Q im is 'Ns 4 n l 5 "1-nr 9 E E n I wi X Qs? S J mi ,N. . , fl X r s .'. r s ,gf ,, QA ' lwf, my I A I-my new K .ns :S , ntl , , 1 nw if , SIE Quite some time ago, the statement was made that umusic hath charmn. We might say that mu- sicians themselves give us the right to make that statement by the way in which they interpret var- ious musical scores. However, there exists one de- fect in our opinions and one hardly pardonable at that. There must be one person-a figurative '4lVIagic Chef" we might call him-who takes the in- gredients, musiciansg playing and reading ability, practice, and application-and with a style made unique by his years of study and experience in the field of musical theory and direction, he blends them in a menu of melodious mirth which will do more than justice to the palate of any audience, musically inclined or not. For the past nineteen years, Aquinas Institute has been very fortunate indeed to have a music Mr. Raymond J. Hasenauer, M.M. Director of Music director as described above in the person of Mr. Raymond J. Hasenauer. For hours at a time he takes and develops the sometimes mediocre talent before him into one of the best high school bands in New York State. Adaptable from a crisp Sousa March to a serious Schubert Symphony, the Aquin- as Band pays off admirably for the tireless efforts of its director, a true "Musical Magic Chef". Trombones, Baritones, and Basses Percussion Section , . 5 , Q 1- mf' WN? v, ., '95 an If wid 5 4 ,Q iv rr W li W W Q5 A Q! if 1 , YS, , 13 . wig W wf - V6 H. +1 .7' ?, fffggf if WS Y' QF XP -K f -LL7 K X I A wvfx N vm w X. f 3 Y hh , V , E QA Q lg its sy S . SX .. WN? Y QA A' . V ,hm l gg Q 'X XY L ' MQ. fig N i fix x X? W . Q , , E. N f n , L , IN fl , 1 x ' , . I . if fn b 5 , Q si 'W 1 A6 if 3 Q f ax I . v I f I,- QW N' Mu! . ,f l . X xg ' lv.. ' rw VL .4 , I , I W A' 1 A If .1 j 'I I , Q. q W 3 XV' ' -'35 1 Q Af x Q. L vffmfi 9 I M X f v xx! , V A f . 1 f Q-vii A 'QQ ' Y x I 1. H , , FRESHMAN BAND Third Row, Left to Right: Szczepanski Gerace R Hofmann M lh , , epp, Pavio, Smith, Vacanti , u ern, Diesare, Slattery, Dietz, Hawkins. Middle Row: Wenzel, Rowe Martin, Sheridan, Spang, Cullo, Caitor, Skerrett, Fess, Clark, Colopietro Wallace, Front Row: Cometa. Ledoux, Holland, Mackne, Marianetti, Dotzler, Carrado, DeRose, Gianavola, Ochs. Conductor: Mr. Louis Landry. H MAROON AND W so me SWYNGSTERS v 1 LIT HGIIIAL IIHIIIH Back Row, Left to Right: Richard Havens, Richard Carr, Richard Tytler, Paul Leckinger, Herbert Hahn, Thomas Hussey. Middle Row: Lawrence Broccolo, Frank Sansone, William Muar, James Flanigan, Herbert Frank, Charles Eberhard. Front Row: Karl Faber, John Redmond, John McStravick, Joseph Wesley', Harry Bourbon, Charles Porter, John Horton. Organist, Frank Pilecki. Liturgical Choir accompanist Frank Pilecki 'X we R if , , 1z -l 5 ?g K if y if if if , 2 Q , A gk 1, 3 Yi Ni ,YM pf' rf Q? 9 2 A 1, " Z 5:3 Q ' Q-. tw 2 ,M ff' f K Z ,C at , V 7 Qi Avii 3' " M' fQ'Q"3 ? ?'f Q?? 'E 6A if VL ' hjg Yi?fA w i X ,'n,,, B , WS? A . 3 535-:V V f ,. L,f1 H KV ff1:' W , M im ? Y ,gm t M gi. ' 1 f ' . j, x . k 1' 3 i fi- , 4, ... L r fm if 'HE M ,gr Q A W ge 355 ay, 5 . . QP fm 2. 2. E 22 if Q 1 . kx Ag- .Lk K. 4. -n . X 7 , A , fx 1' , f fx' in , 55- If X' QV ta Y .fi X' QQ fi N".' 'i 'f?f i 2 g ., ' xx .L , jk , Q W . ,iw Qi , wi . J p, f , g ,N t :Q wiki 'W Q+1S5Qx -M W T51 , 1 n 3 3.- Xgvxe 6 X Q Jigs 55 :S I W..xv3 M Q K :ix ll H A M HAMSHAEHLE INN at YH ATIII5 CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EDITUHS ANU FAEULTY ADVISUH Seated, Left to Right: Dean Cysel, Sports Editorg Kevin Mahoney, Editor-in-Chiefg Thomas Hartzell, News Editorg John Szul- git, Feature Editor. Standing: Thomas McGrath, Managing Editorg Father J. Leonard Cullen, Faculty Advisory George Lower, Literary Editor. Left to Right: Richard Bunn, David Dietz Joseph Closser. NEWS STAFF Left to Right: John Pietropaoli, George Lower lEditorl, William Foley, and Thomas O'Keefe. LITERARY STAFF AHUU and WHITE Thomas Hartzell fEditorJ, Ray Schlitzer, and SPIIHTS STAFF Standing, Left to Right: John Coyle, Walter Bull, George Bryant. Seated: Bob Kleisley, Dean Gy- FEATUHES STAFF Standing, Left to Right: Richard Knox, Frank Pilervki, Ronald Buttarazzi. S'r'ate1l: John Palvino, .lohn Szulgit fliditorl, Daniel Macken. Left to Right: Robert Mooney, Proof Rieaderg Ralph Stellwagen, Photographerg Richard Schottmiller, Typistg David Rehholz, Artist. K 42-ill' Q-' 'wif X? fi Asn.. ,lqiw li. BUSINESS STAFF Left to Right: Leonard 0'Connell, Robert Cor coran, Lawrence Briggs, Thomas McGrath. EDITUH5 AND FAIIULTY AIJVISUH Robert Kleisley, Managing Editor Father Lococo, Faculty Advisor Thomas Moonan, Literary Editor John Pietropaoli, Editor-in-Chief. 1951AHETF. LITERARY AND IIUMPIISITIIIN STAFF i32Z'Ldi'EgSeiefffh2ina'Zig1Clf.i0nEE0'?Edi?3?iTf'TREES? rYi?3i11,Se'M5 BUSINESS ST!-TFP Standing, Left to Right: David Diotz, Werner Eicblf-r, David Re-bholz, Robert Mooney. Seated: William Foley. Richard Schott- miller, Robert Yardley. PHUUFHE!-UJEHS ARTISTS AND TYPISTS lohn Gramkee, David Dietz Coyle, Robert KlPlSlPy fManag ing Editorl, Thomas McGrath. X. jlukf- Donnelly. Smterl: .lohn The Officers-Left to Right: Mrs. Aprilano, Mrs. Shortsleeve, Mrs. Mahoney and Mrs. Hartzell. MUTHEITS III. B For the last ten years, and in a very special way this year, the Aquinas Mother's Club has done much to assist the faculty in thf task of educating the boys. The chief purpose of the organization is to afford the Mothers an opportunity of working in an organized way with the Guidance Counselors in a joint effort to help prepare the boys for life. In order to accomplish this purpose, meetings are held each month, at which speakers pointed out the organization in the school in regard to guidance and in what ways the Mothers could be of help to the Counselors. Recause of this knowledge, and the closer contact between faculty and the members, much is being done to help make the students better Catholic gentlemen. During the year, the Club also sponsored entertainments such as the Christmas Card Party, which brought the Mothers together for many pleasant and social evenings. The officers, to whom many congratulations are due, are: Mrs. John J. Mahoney, President, Mrs. Andrew C. Hartzell, Vice-Presi- dent, Mrs. Francis W. Shortsleeve, Secretary, and Mrs. Frank F. Aprilano, Treasurer. Mrs. Morris and her re- freshment committee at one of the monthly meet- ings. A scene at the Card Party. Mrs. Hartzell, Mrs. Mahoney and Mrs. Shortsleeve at the 'x nf" Christmas Party. Mothers working on the Magazine Drive. Another scene at the card party. e s 90 1 4 OFF ICERS-Left to Right: Mr. George White, Fr. Arthur 0Leary, Mr. Michael Lodato, Mr. Arthur Bamann, Mr. Robert Kolb. I x . X af Q Business Details! An organization was founded at Aquinas, which, in the few years it has existed, has done much to as- sist the school in its work. This organization is the Men's Club. It is comprised of fathers of past and pres- ent students, the alumni, and friends of Aquinas. Why this club is so popular is clearly seen when one considers its motives-to assist students in any way possible dur- ing their high school years, to help them to choose a col- lege for further education and to attempt to place them in business and industry. All the meetings are held in the Aquinas auditorium. Refreshments are served in the cafeteria after each ses- sion. The opening meeting is in September with other important meetings in March, May, and June. Meetings are held every Monday during the football season at which pictures of the previous Sunday's game are shown with interesting comments by coaches, A special Thanks- giving Eve meeting takes place following the gigantic pep rally on the school campus. For the past few years the "Player of the Week" award was donated by the Menls Club to the outstanding member of the team after each game. The present membership totals some 1500 men, among which are many distinguished Roches- terians. The success of the Men's Club reflects the zealous work of its officers-Mr. Arthur Bamann, Presidentg Mr. George White, Vice-President, Mr. Michael Lodato, Secretary, Mr. Robert Kolb, Treasurer, and Fr. O'Leary, Faculty Advisor. N'S EL B President Bamann presents the Mem hership Drive prize to Art Nowak. Seen at one of the monthly meetings. Mickey Connolly and Sports Editor Matt Jackson, the speaker at one of the meetings. iw Q . fw- A 5 ,, , Q' ' 41 '-fp 3 , g 1 ' ' A , . 4 ' V, XV , l V 3 N .V sl 4 4 5 Q me ,, ,, Q W N I ff- M- ' 1 f ., ""' f ' iw 3 k A M ul A w A, , Q - ' . nf V -1.1 f"f,ff fl f 1 A 1 , "" 1 lii' f ' an I R mi A YQQV . f x 'K' ' .:.,., . ' fff'f Q A ,.. ff""' M ' . 1 V V , V, ifwfi' 5 Vhf i' W f ' 1- V, wr I , f, Y wg ' - S K is . 3 ff A fi ,l W5 f K 4. P1 , I .ny 'Slab' 3, W, 'e f Ml ? B O N I T A 5 fffgx V K X5 gf' 1 ,Q,,f f FUUTB LI. Rev. John M. Wilsom, C.S.H. Asif! Director ol Athletics C.S.B. Mr. Harry Connolly, Head Coach Goodness is the result, not only of Spiritual and Intellectual but also of physical activities. Vigor of body is a most useful addition to vigor of mind and soul. The formation of the 'whole man would not be complete unless the body should have its energies properly developed in contests demanding skill, force and endurance. To become a man one must be exercised in bodily hardship and strain, such as are had in athletic contests. Physical strength is worth cultivating in order that self-confidence and self-reliance may be acquired. Forcefulness, based on determination of will and dis- ciplined bodily vigor, is one of the essential qualities of manliness. For this reason Aquinas sponsors such athletic contests in the three major sports of basketball, baseball, and football. For those whose physique cannot endure these, there are supplied such minor sports as swimming, golf, skiing and bowling. In addition, there is the compulsory athletic program. Thus physical exercise is supplied in order that all students may participate to some extent. 93 Rev. Cyril F. Carter Director ol Athlctu i , 2 , , Robert Urquhart Jack Lee Peter Klee Donald Jones Ri hr Tackle R' h g zg t Guard Left Guard Left Tackle If l J ,ff W Maj it A I ml' X 'if ff " XJ' ll N X Don Holleder Bill Fackelman Frank Varrichione Right End Center Left End ST HTI LI James Burns Quarterback Robert Niermeyer Fullback Dan Cline James Campagml Right Halfback Left Hfllfback 94. To develop the virtue of goodness, one must possess a certain degree of perfection in all his endeavors. What more, therefore, can a person ask of a football team which, in riding the crest of an unbeaten season, gained the national prominence which has been the virtually untouchable goal of every high school and college throughout the country? It has been asserted in recent years that Aquinas football has gained national recognition on the basis of once and twice beaten seasons. If this betrue, how much the greater must be the fame of the "Little Irish" gridmen of 1950 who steam-rolled into the Memorial Stadium turf eight heretofore high school and prep school "giants" with a brand of pigskin wizardry which will leave the skeptics in eyesore amazement for many seasons to come. Among the teams victimized this' past season were such stalwarts as Bishop Byrne High School of Port Arthur, Texas 151-2113 Marianapolis Prep of Connecticut 128-614 Catholic Central High School of Toledo, Ohio 139-251, Jesuit High School of Dallas, Texas 146-71, Bullis Prep of Silver Springs, Maryland 421-71, St. Ceorge's High School of Chicago, Illinois 121-131, Staunton Military Academy from Virginia 140-131, and Manlius Military Academy of Syracuse, N. Y. C27-7b. With such a record as this before us we cannot but offer our heartiest congratulations to the team, to Father Carter, to Coaches Connolly and lglarella, and to the assistant coaches for a most enviable seasonls work well one. - i Sw l Sam Santandrea ' .gg Back A f... J- ,rig A 1 . t 'MW-. ka Red Keville Tackle l 1 with 'sa tw W i lm X it -' ' Q Fits' N 'Lee Riley T H E 5 u U A tw Us WW Don Yeckel Back ? Y . I 36 So A A 4 ' N , , 1 7 ' H , I M , +1.:':.5r ll 1 ,. M --.. i 3 3, .K N. K i A N . 2 Q ' kk. . g ' ' i - . it 1 . ' A 3 4' kv- - W -N .. . 5, -X K 1 L X ,. X a if ,,lx,, f 'lt Back Row, Left to Right: Stan Tubinis, Joe Chase, Don Jones, Red Keville, Bob Hanss, George Stampfli, Bob Gay, Bob Urquhart, Pete Klee, Norm Scheid, .lohn McNulty, Bob Niermeyer, Lee Riley. Second Row: Larry Connorton, Larry Corcoran, Ray Vecchio, John Coveney, Jim Campagna, Joe Miller, Don Holleder, Jackie Lee, Frank Varrichione, Don Yeckel, Dan Klee, Dan Cline. Front Row: .lim Enright, Howard Lapple, llick Carroll, Coach Connolly, Casper Pignato, Noel Marianetti, Sam Santandrea, Coach Marella, Bill Fackelman, Jimmy Burns, Sam LaFranc0, Maury Ryan. Not in picture: Fred Greenleaf. 95 Aqllillas 5 Ixxfgsho P Byrne 21 offfcm 'lvcqm , YMMNM am X 1 Www iw-M BY R mu NE INASM., 'AL sf4?,LM 52 E3 ' 6 8fMariBnap0hS . 2 Aqumas 0 A qufnas 39X Centr.g1 Ca Lhfllic 25 F5 mv ul 61885 bu was A N93 U 0" sf' if ov ,us w- av" As X560 Q wa W5 13,9 515' ,t Vie? outii F xv' ,o sw Y Aquinas 21-St xqgu mv . George 13 Q 4-A- Who do you think you're4going to catch? I Aquinas 40!Staunl0n 13 Out of my way, I'm coming through. Submarined! :nas 27 X Manli U37 STA A UNTON UINAS Chalk up another TD for Campagna W av Q, ,gwg, , A If Fila' Bram 'hs A ? ly 3 John McNulty End -5 r.,i:f,: :- EY I is Q K S , f if 7 -ma . -F gm if-3' if 5 + S 33 Howard Lapple Back Q Q L . Sam LaFranco , Guard G fzlviz .5 Casper Pignato Back Fred Greenleaf End Larry Connorton End frm 'QW , 3' ffa .G a F ' l ' N A Y' sl J 51 . , Noel Marianetti Back H 'Q ,, . r,,r so W ,pw 1 Danny Klee if Center 5 U , Danny's off to the races. Let's rest a while Red Mlller Guard ,T , . fl? " 'H ir G? , Larry Corcoran Guard 2 g .W mail i Ho, Hum, is this easy Oops, I tripped 3 ri k ' Ray Vecchio 'MX if I- X Guard X LU A .XX I V . .W irr. H 4 X? , ,,,, V , nf - Stan Tubinis Q i ' Vi Fullback My I ,lov Chase !orm Schied Tackle 99 Center Bob Cay End Dick Carroll 5 Guard . ' 322 if, R45 s we ,ef Y X .J U I I ! Jim Enrig t A Center George Stampfii End A Bob Hanss Tackle -WCA Maury Ryan Back First Row: Managers 0'Connell, Small, Kildea. Second Row: Caterino, Hosenfeld, Sedita, Burke, Gugliotta, Hill, De Marco, Lynd, O'Connell, Landry, Rotolo, Heisinger, Burns. Third Row: Mr. Moynihan, Eiffert, Madalena, Norton, Sicotta, Morris Marianetti, Norton, Branski, Sullivan, Sci ano, Brown, Nellis, Walz, Mr. Vadas. Fourth Row: Beaman, Corbett, Palermo, O'Hara, Hally, Hart, Leonard, Boch, Crino, Currier, MCC-uire. Gangway! Here l come. Although playing an abbreviated schedule, the "B" team or ulayveesw, never- theless, showed good potentialities in their brief appearances and gave many indi- cations that they will supply much of the 1951 Varsity Football Team. Under the capable coaching of Head Coach Frank '4Hunk7' Vadas and his as- sistant Mr. Joseph Moynihan, the ,layvees won three games and lost one, that lone blemish to the third string varsity. On Nov. 19 the "B" team trounced the Frosh 51-141 at the Aquinas -Memorial Stadium. Cited for their outstanding playing by Messers. Vadas and Moynihan were backs, Hank Eiffert, Sal Marianetti and Tom Walzg tackle Mike Crino and guard Bruno Gugliotte. Since the team was predominantly,composed of Sophomores and Juniors much is expected of them in the near future. U . ax , Catch me if you can! STARTING TEAM: R. End McGuire, R. Tackle Currier, R. Guard Hill, Center Hart, L. Guard Boch, L. Tackle Crino, L. End Morris, L. Half Madalena, Quarter- back Walz, Fullback Eiffert, R. Half Lynd. Begue, Left Half Greg Britz. FHESHMAN TE In ,spite of the disappointing season endured by the Freshman football team, high hopes are held for the future of the yearlings in Aquinas,s football picture for the next three years. The Annexers. under the tutelage of Assistant Athletic Director Father Wilson, played 'only two games, both with the 'CBT team, and lost both. The last game was played in Aquinas Memorial Stadium in the inaugural ol an annual contest. Some consolation for the Frosh can be found in that they were playing out of their class and always gave a good account of themselves in both games. I Of outstanding calibre on the Freshman grid team were three boys in particular. Back Greg Britz, and linemen Don Congdon and Don Granger played exceptionally throughout the season and a good deal of consideration will be given to them in the future when the Varsity is being selected. On the way to paydirt. Back Row, Left to Right: Ted Houck, Manager, John Radl, Nazarene D'Ercole, George Harington, Joe DiFabio, Greg Britz, John Begue, Frank Ruh, Kevin Maloy, Don Congdon. Middle Row: Father J. M. Wilson, C.S.B., Coach, John Guarino, Bob Mulhern, Joe Koesterer, Don Granger, Pat McKeown, Jim Morphet, Dan Annechino, Don Smith, Ken Fr-ss, Edgar Begy, Mr. V. Parc, C.S.B., Coach. Front Row: John Welch, Manager, Don Hoffend, Howard Donnelly, Bob Grassi, John Lyng, Arnold Hayes, Judd Dry, Bob Calabrese, Charlie McKenna, John MacDonald, Bob Kinsella, Manager. 101 UOYLE ii H STARTING TEAM: Right End Kevin Maloy, Right Tackle Don Granger, Right Guard Don Congdon, Center Nazareno D'Ercole, Left Guard Ed Begy, Left Tackle John Radl Left End Joe DiFabio, Right Half John Lyng, Quarterback Joe Koesterer, Fullback John Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas 69 68 82 69 66 7 1 65 64 50 8 1 45 54 Back Row: Left to Right: Coach Basil Marella, Mike Gallo, Larry Connorton, Phil Zirretta, Don Holleder, Joe Texter, Jerry Schoenherr, Bob Evans iMgrJ, Front Row: Left to Right: Gerald ,lesmer iMgr.J, Gene Gianforti, Gene Sciarratta, Jim Cocilova, Don Palermo, Larry Broccolo. SCHEDULE National Guard Monroe Collegians National Guard School of Commerce Assumption High St. Michael's St. Michael's Manlius Toledo School of Commerce Assumption Manlius 35 66 43 33 43 53 38 72 59 30 41 46 Rated as one of the best teams to wear the Maroon 81 White spangles in the last twenty years, the 1950-51 Varsity Basketball squad covered themselves with glory and brought acclaim to every- one connected with the team. Coach Basil Marella's charges finished with an 11 won, 2 lost record. The climax of the season was anuinvitation to the Eastern States Basketball Tournament in March at Glens Falls, New York. This was the culmination of a renaissance movement in basketball at Aquinas. Much of the credit for the success of the Little Irish must be attributed to Coach Marella who converted a short, inexperienced group into a smoothworking, harmonious team. No one stood out in particular for the Irish cagers, so great was the team balance. However, cited for their outstanding playing were Don Holleder and Lee Riley, the two top scorers, Joe Texter, ace rebounder and defensive man deluxe, Jim Cocilova, the floor leader and Larry Connorton, a great long shot artist. Completing the squad and playing creditably were Jerry Schoen- herr, Phil Zirretta, Gene Sciarratta, Mike Gallo, Larry Broccolo, Gene Gianforti, and Don Palermo. The two losses to the team were administered by two football rivals, Central Catholic of Toledo, and Manlius Military Academy. The Irish obtained partial revenge, however, by defeating the Man- lius Cadets in a return game. SHETB LL 102 ,N 3-xx , HH 1 sf Z A f. wif ' 1 , I iii .W X xl " 5 Q5 4 gf 2 ' T Q , . . 54 .v E' 335 .... ' xpgx, 5 5 I 3 'Q 1, K 415 S :, g ,F...4 7fpw::'! 4 v L, , mVV Y i u E 4 fx, . """ " KX " i A XR Back Row. Left to Right: Walter Huurman, Hubert Merle, Charles Karnisky, Fred Wagner, Greg Britz, James Cortina, Joe: DiFahio, Rus Mandrino, Mr. Ray Jablonski, Coach. Kneeling: Len Foster, Danny O'Brien, Mike Spang, Charles McKenna, Edward Owens, Boh Plank Roy Whelan, Clem Wesley, Tom Lubischer. SHETB LL INTHAMUHAI. CHAMPS-HUMEHUUM EIJ7 Standing, Left to Right: William Faraone, George Gumhrecht, joseph Porter, Edwin Heisingger, Eugene Palermo. Kneeling Raymond Cotroneo, John Delehanty, Henry Kane, Robert Evans. Y f Nc - , x ' Q "f H- ' 'V v , , 1 , i V fini" ' ' ,X ue' ,ff ' :P L . r I wq.7,,, diy A .JM - V . Q f- V 211. V 9. V ii f , M W J,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,, 4 ,gg-,-4-uM'?"1"' ' Q. XV .lt George Venden Brul, Ridgemont prog Golf Club President Tom Moonang Frank Com- misso, Irondequoit prog and Basil Marella, club moderator, at the Golf Clinic. Commisso and Venden- Brul explaining prop- er stance. Fore! Fr. Murphy and Dick Hosenvfeld About to take Off! , M 1 5-fi 'imp un...- GULF SHII The Golf Club The Ski Club. an fa 5 1? E, Q . 'f P Y E pq W ,,, ,L', Q L- A' WE Q HQ' 5 swam V-M af 1 X I f 5? X , f f Q ,Q 1 :jx :XV fy EX Jig s . sf, 1 132 X7 if, A .isa - 'Q fkw ' ' 2 2? fx W' img? . W W A k '--.355 W M' fi if ug Q fi 'i5fliV'f5lv'L 1 -V? .gm My 'Nil :Z E J--E 1 se i ,K , n .K Q 5 .. Yiwu A 92 ,wwf .27 S ,V Q xx! .,f-' Y' 2 Q 2 1 4' , , in QW hw, may .we 'P Q if ? 'Z A . mmm' 'WMM 'Nm f'-Tw ff , J, if , MQ, llrw " W"'Wf'w!,,.,mM lb IIC of Bowhng :T A S my-'fgg 17N ' -A Q5 jr- In Of'a,4 0 W, 'AN usa -AQ lg 1 f m- V r7'SlQ Q '. QQ HJL' li. '- ' ' r.. , u .5 X 6, in -N ' 6 4 , J 4' . ' , df , ' - YDQ. C .60 .ff W Wwfgiifffff wid Wifi' jfwji-,gl 4 WW W MMT W ,jf 9 X N 'fgigx I 5 5 6 W ri 1 t K V755 :Y 'Y' . 1 sl 3 F1 Ja M 'in ue, fm 'ni .limmy Campagna receives the Outstanding VIIITUHY i Fr. Carter presents the Most Improved Player trophy to Bob Niermeyer. ,mvauliurq Aquinas's Most Valuable player- .lackie Lee. Iron Man Bill Fackelman. The trophies and mono- grams awarded at the Victory Dinner. Bishop Kearney address- ing the group. Don Yeckel accepts his kicker's trophy from Fr. Carter. . .. 108 w-1frt:msi1,x 51,111 Hleisaigrm Ayr W Yami., - .,,..,E3,. +4 1 t 5 1 'rm 2 Q 24 ' ,Q 1' R X , Y " e i li f f ' 5 "Q , , JT -L' ' -1' F 9 r ' ii , 4 Q., 5 4 ' I, ..,,, mf .V R43 x as ,. Q Af, Q 1 1 fa? 378 , Aw ,. Q RX X K gkk N Q-A-X w f 1 x - - :Nl ,-...k- 1 i 1 W x ' X S B 1 wgxdg ax, it Wa.. sw 3 Mig Q- lg .X x , Mx, 3 Q 'X SQ we . AT Iifllll-Hi P HH At the invitation of Mr. Thomas J. Hargrave, President of Eastman Kodak, the faculties of Aquinas Institute, Naza- reth Academy, Our Lady of Mercy, and St. Agnes High Schools, visited Kodak Park, Nov. 14. 1950. The tour through Kodak's 400 acres was not only enjoyable but very educational. The tourists were divided into groups of ten and each was provided with a guide, who explained many interesting processes. . . . l , , , Does it meet with your approval, Sisters? In the evening, dinner was served in one of the spacious dining rooms of the new recreational building. Many questions on all aspects of Kodak life were answered by the directors. Father Cullinane, speaking for all present, thanked Mr. Hargrave and the directors for a very interesting day. The guide shows the roll film department to a group of the Aquinas faculty. At Lunch, Left to Right: Rev, Joseph O'Connell, Chaplain of Nazareth Academyg Mr. Thomas J. Hargrave, President of Eastman Kodak Companyg Very Rev. Eugene A. Cullinane, Principal of Aquinas Instituteg Mr, Thomas F. Robertson, Director of Public Information, Eastman Kodak Company. A little information before the.tour. ln the dining room, following the tour of Kodak Park. 110 Mr fe-rald Cershach and Mr. Al free-n with Fathers Loolny and Cul- linane during the Magazine Drive. Kzvin Maloy "King for a Day", at the A AZI E DHI There was in October a twelve day period which manifested beyond a doubt the real depth of the Aquinas school spirit. That period was the maga- zine drive which this year reached the remarkable amount of 355,111.95 The students made it a real success with the help of a little goading by the homeroom representatives and the many fine prizes provided by the school and various firms in the city. Holidays, television sets, banners, trophies, free Arete pictures, and cash awards were presented to those obtaining the most subscriptions. A neon sign was placed in front of the school represent- ing the top of the thermometer started on the ground floor and was lighted after 350,000 was reached. Each of thirty-three homerooms brought in over 31000. Homeroom 314 again accumulated the greatest amount-3524-89.25. A short assembly was held each day of the drive at which the daily prizes were distributed and pep talks given by the class officers and the faculty. A mammoth celebration was held at the end of the drive in the auditorium when the hnal prizes were presented. The school again wishes to thank all those who worked to make the drive the huge success that it was,-the homeroom moderators and representatives, who instilled that aggressive spirit into each student,hthe students, who displayed their best skills of salesmanship,-the Motherls Club, which labored many hours checking subscriptions and counting the returns,-the people of Rochester who bought the subscriptions and furnished prizes,- and last but hardly least, Fr. Looby, the director of this yearis magazine drive. E A T M T H Annex. Senior Dick Otto and Junior Greg Doyle watching the thermometer rise. A l N 5 C Seniors Ed Schick and Bob Yardley po out their notcwori achievements. losing 1 the C . he aixdieglifixe amagazine drive- sembv' 0 Mr McCarthy, Annex drive chairman crowns the S'King for Q af f- lm Q. f ki xx rf I'-d 2 .dcanf li THE FIRST HUMEHIJIIM-3111 332430.80 ,Q fi' ..., X 6 , s:f:,,.,W 1 . X , I PRESIDENT . NISSIG A yscmsf, no UT Mgqaan 4- wm gs MAHONEY HAHTZELL FOLEY sift? um 3 sem., r , 55M PERM CovLE f, 5 5 CAR:-1ooV KNOX . C n5gu.l I MACKEN - 0 Lpn Buu. YECKEL PALYINO I . f ffflllvflf 17 MEI-Ly L , A M ESJEL mas MNC' ' WWW li vssfsffff? 4 1 3115? 5 BUIC ""' '!""' ' -F LAMBERT WLf"'ff , ' M Eu-ER WQJYAS i l v' 23 "G E W 5 , 5 3' 52 01 - .. ' i mecsn mmm W U W M mem nd' Eiley CDV!-E PZNPJE 4 v " '7'?g ' 1 0 0 A 1 ' at 5 J if' why, , an - ,J 116 V S! ai 1 I f E, Q' il 1 ff ,Fifa .. 'qs r ND :hx X! 'IH X! W nnmgnnum 5,451 ,' ev f aus 1' 1 J Y , I X ' --na' 14 ,V ' -...-:QEL ' . 'N X A Q-ff 1 'I ,4-MR, ypmouh, k aguvvl-1 V s 4 M - - 4 1 ' "2 - -.J V ' 1' 6' ' f?5f " ' " ' ' -ToE TEXT W H f , gf,-,N ED 5Lmcl4u.ER zz, T' pa? In e QW 5 f ,, , . x 1 - .ALJ f ' 'sz . .. 1 L ' '- ,fi 7 106 TNL - , L0 - DOTTE JOE "mend-twaamm muck K lkoguu 5, , - DU- S KONE! AR meow 45 :L .I 2,3 B + xr : . Qs f Q ot' ,419 A emxaau-tee. N 3: G 6 0 5 'N "A - NQNQ , V 5' 4 Q 'N-, .4 0 !"IfH'5 , - J .L fs! AND 3 VL.. if Y I, w PREFEP-5 f P AEA 1 5. 1 NOT . Q, , . 5155 . . f' fb , 'ffzf'-,, Nm-men 1 M S Q 1 I1 It 8 45 f if QV" nm! nun fx 3 'Tom' JY: J DKK + y'NPPMJANe Pnefmvnou F572 2. 0'rTo 5 .gf -,07fHt-'BI-IoLz AND HMENF -- no '-.. YREA 09.5 5 R 'F Siruvaznss xxx 1, 4 VW f I Ve S - fl: Q? Fax 2 QQ N' 4 Q' F , gi. C535 H Gum 'NQWL fb-7? me 9 tb ,Zh . M 75? MP fx if JL . Z. ' NSS 5' QNMMWQ3 Y 573 TIFF fp V 3 0' IN4m!-'X 1-r.,.,,,A , D L ' E My iff 21057 E EQ Q' . f Y .I tf,1A"740Q0 El ,W I 'x"'Jf'ff2'f' f9W ow! ' 'E U! sss OJEMIY .. f. X QWM Mm QM Www QU E 5f5',L.'2'M"""'ffPZ4o,4a 3 Yfwwfuf Ag, AJ., O I 'N 54 Cone' e C5 . mwl ,S 1 ., ,4 118 ,O F '9 115 K X Fluusig- y QCX 33 X513 S SPO K " - Ns 4 an 1 ""' C . Rr , K-5 A?fTf AHu.ppg 5,601 UHING ff MMV. J'oHN NAVCRTH Pr-100 1 PAUL 5'-"U"eR Gov! 4-J UF I f Hfligkgrp 5, .I 52151, cone si 'y . X K S gf xr' X 2 f ,, 2.4, QM m uff :aww , - W- ,, gf' N 3 Q J Z 'L M66 "GRASS NM 19' ' ! ' : N ' E yJ5N-1' A been G3 If N Tn ' A2 'Q X, fx 6' B 07 B46 BOY5 xl, I f 4 2 "mf my 1 Q . ' A "H 3 treo Dzronlmlfxx ..C','f'NeL1. ANO o o' O . TVIIVIVLC Tae " ff C V4 ' -108. Q ' 'T' D0 f -' . W-nah! K X ' ' 4 + B : N 1 Q iff W. eggs: ff::aa1.g"W" Fvrszam M, , 1, 2:-f f-.1 JP ' pwvnennf ...1 M . ,3 M M and i, K X' C., 3 3 k'RgH,fF gy l ! '-A -iz: A 1 3 Nfntuclile ,I . :E-Ju le". -2 .,.'.--, --- , " ' ' .SAM LA EN - ,QA UUR BUDDY Fzmnr PFHWTMEQ .Kayne L EX un! f 5 , Avvg. bkolre Huggies L Cwr :Y . ' - AGAW. K BWV? 1,5 ' , LaoPPg G1 X 'fy ,Vx A f sb I V: , W J g 'Y' " Dm' mf" f ' ' Q f"'2:.':f' ,L . FJ H DoN fr 3 , ' pd P H DW uf7'0f'ff'R ScilN6lpg,f 1-Bzailiffr DAN M-ee KH HHUWES Ja CNMHVR' Fngfr fmum Kdrxck nf k ypckczur 'A.,.,i ,,,veNS wweavcne ISSMN LMDPRPTAZYA . b 5- Q f My Q, , . 'H' "' Ea , I . ' K . Af, L 4 5 paw :.??.1lQ:-513512:-:1i:l-:E f," I 4 'iq ,uri A if Q x " isle-604' HQ it Ss. 5: ' f. 13, , HM' W 1:51 W3 212 fl! 3 F , Q M -a,"!!E 53 9 A ew N , 3 ' ' v+v'-I fl' , ne A 5 CL or 'A N Hnkuv evsn, 307 mmm GANG f 62,1108 55:96 QW' Y 4 HQSSIUN LEADEQ. A535 303 332, orr' W - Ruse' 312, '5""g:c5""f" GEORGE' is IPC! , G5 E C A PPM in A ER :ij 'ff' u..u.rq S1-REB , 1 :ilk - X I X t :stron Q ' o i ,p Q '. -5: ff!! " 0050-N5 www 'N wif Y hi 'bf who IAC 3 661:10 bf-' Sc ,ag A kybxb. X11 i-' Htnofu . 90" K3 QA' jr Q' 11+ gd- " ,Q fi 49,9 U H 0 A g 1 Jn 66 ,gig K X ur , A H 1, ' +5123 pm, so as can 'lil 'T' E - '-33 . ' ' "'."" -" -" -- ..,,, 5,551 .. ,......,.. , I 27: 5 2. I I, 1 g 3446, than P 'S ,Aff ' . me A ' " I VA i "sg'uAynR" A QQ? ',n153-,,- MPM J-51,41-L, 5f"b"' -f JC MITT' usu - 'if P " ,U.n,4l.,u-vvy ' Caaf-fv x - ., 1-U' lv "U L- A-'-:du Q'-'G D 585 9 url J. A , 4 ' 2 15 2,0'f',l"'N-'5"-i'-A"'2zf,.Ef,f+v,1S-1, Pwr ""'U""""Q PM-4 f , an 1-155' fx -...,,.,., :BE 5535 7144- C.p.,l-L1 X'-' ...Q "-'--'-- o f J. 120 -.-L-'J ""',,,T" mcg Sgffw THE N41 bl - Qi malt! 'Nd' l-Q B98 LIPANg Q 3, 1,14-5 T' M A . A- W 52 Q9'?vz'l t ww - ev ri' -, X- , 1 Q, fx 12 " 'y' 5 R 1, My ,A A, W fn ftxbmwl 31 " "fZT"'f, N Q X, jr :QV X , iff V 1 GQ, W , 1- -A " ' , ' J ,Z . 'vi 5 X I nj, X " 45 I If 'wif ,p - mx Q "fy" f 5 ' ' K 601-'5'a L' 2: A fr - , xl! ' " XL' W Q, , JK , , Q: J f V -f Q 3359, ,, A . - b4""""'Yfm-am" -gfif Y It f-"'w'M+-'ff,9..?,.4w ,gf 'mf 1- A 1' N W . 9 9?AQ r'iK' A ' ' U b Q! L: r- Wt . I fu' J k ,. 2 , . uv . , 'Lid' an .II U . 'gc 4 W fi ,nv Fr' iW"""f"' j' , - 'rj' F! Q gmt F 97 gl U - n , I '7 'lx T- . as ' .. 'm jkmm N 'kb MQQEV swim ' Cl'E?f,.J,,J ' x Xu" B'u,kC,Q,,,,.,,,, 'Sei J-F7-H -sS,x r ' 'fa 77U44"" ' 7"f"J"'y M06 N- W"M" 'M' M 44 av K6 qgqq ,. HJ WMM 94, Mjwiua' Mm 0459? W-'4',ga-diff'-V fb., ?-J 44.,...,Jc2D Bo-n, .I RFQ-snr rtafl-4"'4'd W , ' I My "5" 'j 121 A ml 744,60 D-Nbq'l?.f.lumDson C4013 , -splmor 514- ' 4 - ' 5 x swf iv cw s c- 'A 5 9 S 4 Y I Q55 Nga QP-5 34740, 'gms-oh 4 O J? cap 19" vu-'f' v A 'iv "' Yxvbsf X ' , I F R . L O O B Y K J' ' , 01, fa I 'R V 4' 4 W 6 A T Z' A 1 'Mc .i l 'Pe rn SJ'-ofH"e" i 5 X Dan H ' f 7 Cffne N K X I 'I I M GQ7 ff X Q. .W ' w I A' PM ,R Q - f Q Q ' 2 Wobeivbacxe r 0 f vp a- 2 gov' 65.0 ef, 00,041 N 'N' ig WFZN' fm Menmfo 9'-'f i in Q 0 o , I ptfe Romeo S O Ggor'w1EwrAr3f'Si12:dT5 Class Treqgur Vfrio WINNERS Fr k.R'd Q13 JJ: vs H0 M E R00 M geese TQIE1' AO owe- H in A 05 I Ko, 5oAe:1-xg' 3 I 4 DNV' an Xe CQ ON avi NVHY- I- I-fel M9213 'Elm Sifgzx-In rf Z A 8 O Figgfffgzo M44 ,df OT SW-xv' ' . EWG "7 ef Q64 12 R. YR all I Jo eohe . we ll I yf Bob LOB- Joefcylwff se' C 6 Qrc . Z -EOOQ -MN 3 6 WAIIJSAIOM X L AROON W IT M' N F Y Q12 - 'AA' ' 7: 5 MNA , f si 6' :J Bob Wood fEUITOlQ Ralrfn Slellwogen ,X Tom O'K eefe Tom Owieeh Jer Y1 Sehoenlnerr Len Olconndl ' 1 John Dofdor -Earn Rees lh H12 Nmvv- Jim Porqgr-Q 122 Bob Shannon bw' Vince Cm-Jdh gf!! -' Q ! I ' Q '- A 6 'I HEAUU I 'N 4 4 BUY --1. -1 - -4 -sz- ' , f -- U-IM Og! J E H...L, -U 0'-i ff ERRYMA . W ' G G Ks he S' Q ' iz! V M "' -L 4 -H N, h u . mi he OO' M em.. - L, 'P 1qx "i.'- Fufnuvs W "MA'5'c'f W YL H 'tr GETS THE C- so ".fB'15 .9 """"" AK - V Y te C x 1 S I ' 6 ' 5-04 B we-sf L ' ' 1 0 Y 1" A GBOMZJ4 l P Y g x K Q? 'A . ' V. 4 ' ' ' ' ,A NFJM1 gfkliqf ,Jvw gn 5. r -Q-K 0 M 'N 5- 4 , X Yi If--1, Y 'F ' vm ' "' ' S4 ""' 5 1 ' ' .' ,. .4 -:ggi ER .'l-A gl-51.1.5 G 12.3 AR! Rqfmj 'QQ ZNTWD -2' f" N x Q D ff, 9 ig Q-w'H"""""' 'f- p " -Q zz: 21542 EQ El, 'noovvggp G b 2?'lNX'? Qu X f'2v2z'f2m "" f . zu-Ez,-4025 I Q Q gc.. Eztfjgw Q I 5 A 1 Q ! Q -- 'Q "' . so N 4 M337 aaa-25:34 NW 2 'Q .f no h o x , h Q Q, M3152 : Q0 Go Eov-nc ocm Q nicvfzigfmg I -xfx 'l Qmpmmzmm 1' Q 'K :Pi Smgifv ' Wg: 144, no Q 0 Ss: E I '11 "1 l I ., Q 73 w X I N 25If'15' QY53'?:' ,-J I W be f if Ax 1 ' QQESEEEE' 9 o to XTX ...f- gpozmm-l'Q0 K 0 O VV A .-. If 22255552 ga 5 Ax ,5- Ynm ' 'Wm a-.p Cni'-3 353' N' W. ' 4 J 1 .,,m.wg4.e 2 3 0? C'v'd'-jg as 5 4, N 'P Sosffwv-021' Q Q I0g'4FQ,Nr- S g gl'-fo,gF'f2'3 G slfgfffw-5 "' Q '2 8 Vgggmf Y' X 6 a Q I f . WE -1 ' ul O vw, W N- 5 6513, 9 GX "' 7- W 'lf' fe:-+':f"'4'2'2 X' Q M ,nxc nmm Q -3Q!QE:.mz,2 t -Efiffqgvugj 1 'A zwvihgv ' K Q :om .., XX Q32 xx John A. Pietropaoli Editor-in-Chief Q35 Y1 X Robert N. Kleisley Managing Editor 125 Rev. Anthony P. Lococo, C.S.B Faculty Advisor Thomas P. Moonan Literary Editor Nw? Q. Chow HL 5 "4 WSW v + 1' if M ,IW x 'x N , M 124' lim' Dick Brimlisi looks up vollc-gv illfDl'lNilIi0Il oulsimlz the gllidunvc- umm-. Q . ESR! . fix , ir Q, Sf' is , A Y 6 A ., D N Y .3 an l 5 svmw- -f L H!-3 . .k .I , iv NK r -5. . W ai A .N ,,, N . il? xxx Q . J 3335 X- g wx? M N S wx Nm N X X X Q 5 N H X S A 'Q f X N ax . 5 K 'ik YV I X lwism ., 1 Q 1 .un gk 5 , Q 1 ., , Wi Nw A i 12 vu w !mmw is aff 91 if-Hn' 9 , Q ff gs 3 ,L , V X Xxx i 52 f my 352' ww hw y . , 7 sk. . , My g. X rf X an S w 1 Q ,,i, . ,. 1 Q ,mfr , 5 if if lvl ,f iz. I ggigft V3 ' V asmwp I -:M P f-'f,:,wA """ 'yi ., 'V KV,1 YV hd xg 9 f"+vf 935 S AL. .f H . . 1 11 11 .ff H .fgf i 1,:.? fg. .- --W----0 wwf ww Q .. f.,...M, W... ,. W- -K iwww-my--1 5 as . ,g k sm q i .1 Qs If X . .ily S X A X .. A 325' " ,-:-- , , ii Ig' N' ' X . ' 'WNRRXS if:-K 'y-H Q iml'5M,6? .. ur. X 'Af -Az? sf M " wg 1' V X M. k A QMXX if 1 ym .... ., ,M ., A-.-W.. l -A - X ' 3 ,xr Q X . X , -M 3 Ksxiw 1 ' , V, :wifi "'i9Nm f A gms' A h 5, V -f ' M- f . gg h A M awww 'Mm gag f. J ,, F ,gf y,,,..... a.. 3 I HI ml M Q mm M WH! f,1Vv,L5'2 M M ., w ,A. , M, . MQ Rui X Ms ' "x'W' ' -ggi rl.. . Wg A f lm 4 ,Q vfggfl . s""' 5 .M Q "L 5 1 Fu-rigxi 'X 9 .. K: K. r Zxs 'Ml v 1 F ,, 1- K. xw 'og' Qwawsneo nu, x I , . I nh'- W. fvx "'!"lu, f'H1V"I.,l.lM , ""' ixff' ' wa V9 , 5? " . 1 1 51 ' X. .fu , , .1 f 'QYN QX. ,," MQ ' 1 -A wiv I-vu " , 's9X.X.f'x 'Q 1 . . ' ' fi' 7 X , . Xt! 1 519 Wmmvw nh Q, 0 E im! f' ,Q A . : 'N fgwAA 55 :A-- .2v,1 V,ig ' ...Amy Q-A swf? 5 -, x Q V .gf Q . 5 1 Q . Q V 5. wigs, l' 1 I ill 'Fts it g7 .r -. 'xx .u Ru - wf 1 f SL sl 5 -f ,, , - v .S 'S' ' x ,X . as is , Q . v . ' Eg , . 2 v.: 'N L5 'X kjei . x Q gym 5. . s ' z- W. 4 X Af' W 3 Q H 9 p x S+ 5 5 5 E I Zi xi ! I 31 . s x I 5 -. E . f.,wwm wf,L L, -. ,qw-gn-f M ., v---um 1 n -. 'f,,, .. ' 'Y I , -.x K , v, , N N A AV , fy W1 - :Y , 5 4 'En ,. V A -' . f ' .-WV V ' ,kv 4 , ,lf , Azkw, 1 a h., ' V iw 1 F' bmw., , +f'Mf' W ., ff fl , -'-' "T W'i,,T'f'g s. I, 'M , , ,Vf J 3 4A4i'VL i I ,iw V .2 Y ,X A V, ',L ff ,A ' A fg, 1' f Q "sz, ' f if n 191: JAG- ., , . A 5.2 iwi , kffffysliffgxfzgggu wgggwfasizyzym. ww-f-uqgigwg Z Y-wuz, rVk..i,,, Xkskxfx WX W . A an, - .1 L- han .xv-' ,ps gf' ,,, . .ig-dk ' ' ,.giv'W The lucky people who non th: fx: L ,, lik: mx S S ani. - fx: ww- ,7-' , GNL .V 'TI- .nr- w Lm, 'K The Mosl' Rev. James E. Kearney, D.D. R+. Rev. Msgr. William M. Hari, V.G. R+. Rev. Msgr. Lawrence B. Casey R+. Rev. Msgr. Thomas F. Connors Rf. Rev. Msgr. Wilfred T. Craugh R+. Rev. Msgr. John M. Duffy R+. Rev. Msgr. George W. Eckl R+. Rev. Msgr. Joseph E. Grady Rev. Paul M. Ciaccio Rev. Francis Cris'ran+ielli Rev. Francis E. Donoghue Rev. Edward Eschrich Rev. Francis M. Feeney Rev . Edward J. Foy Rev. Alberi' J. Geiger Rev. Roberi' A. Keleher Rev. Wal'I'er J. Kohl Rev. Frank W. Mason Rev . William J. Naughfon Rev. Daniel B. O'Rourke Rev. George J. Schmii-I' Rev. Lawrence A. Ward Cmndr. John K. Whea'l'on, Ch. C. Saini' John Fisher College Le Moyne College U.S.N. Mr. C. B. Cory Mr. and Mrs. John F. Coyle Mr. Leonard Dakin Mr. B. H. DeLong Mr. and Mrs. John S. DePrez L+. and Mrs. Richard J. DePrez Dr. and Mrs. Wallace W. Dieh Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eagle Mr. and Mrs. George Eichas Mr. Joseph Enfress Mr. Leo En'l'ress Mr. James Fanara Mr. and Mrs. Palrick J. Farrell Mr. Kenneih H. Field Mr. and Mrs. William Finner+y Capf. Cecilia A. Frey, U. S. A. Mr. Roberl' E. Green Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Herman W. S. Hariigan Andrew C. Harizell Leo B. Harvey G. Heizler Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah G. Hickey Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hickey Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Herberi' F. Janick . Henry Johanfgen Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Kesselring Academy of 'ihe Sacred Hearl' Nazarerh Hall Academy Mr. Henry Auer Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Biegler Mr. John Blackwood Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Walfer Boden Mr. Charles A. Bomrad Mr. John F. Bourne Mr. John P. Boylan Mr. and Mrs. Cosmo Brigandi Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Casey Dr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cerulli Mr. Eugene W. Klee Mr. and Mrs. Norman G. Kleisley Mr. William J. Klem Mr. George A. Klier Mr. Herberl' Kuhn Dr. and Mrs. Leo F. LaPalm Mr. Thomas L. Lee Mr. R. F. Leinen Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipani Mr. Charles J. Lombardo Mr. Daniel E. Macken Dr. H. W. Mackowski Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. McGra'lh Mr. Harold Meisenzahl Mr. Marlin Moll Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Moonan Dr. and Mrs. Elmer O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. John T. O'Hara Dr. C. W. Osfer Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Owen, Jr. Mr. Daniel Palermo Mr. Eugene Pe+rossi Mr. and Mrs. Anfhony Piefropaoli Mr. lgnafius J. PiliHere Mr. and Mrs. Jerry S. Polina Mr. and Mrs. Kenneih T. Power Mr. Harold J. Roche Mr. Donald W. Saunders Mr. Howard M. Schaeffer Mr. Edward J. Schliher Mr. E J. Schonleber Mr George T. S'l'ewar1' Dr. Charles C. Teresi Mr. Michael Troy Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Vayo Mr. Morris A. Wainer Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Welch Adam Brofhers Au'ro Service Coca-Cola Bo'Hling Co. Andrews Marker Ari Crafl' Opfical Co. A+Ian+ic Recrearion Aflaniic Sfamping Co. Aquinas Mission Crusade Aquinas Mol'her's Club Ari' Bamann Bar B Q, Norihern Packing Co. Basiian Brofhers Bauman 8: Baynes Bee-Bee Liquor Sfore Arnold Bianchi Blue Door Resfauranl' Boesel's Bakery Bon Jon's Tux Shop Boyce Mofor Lines, lnc. Brenna Realfy Corp. Brewsfer Criffenden 81 Co., lnc. Brockporf Sprayer 81 Hdwe. Co. B. S. 8: W. Builders Bungalow Beaufy Parlow Cafholic Courier Journal, lnc. Chrisfopher Press Cify Delivery 8: Sforage Corp. George M. Clancy Carfing Co. Classic Dry Cleaners P. Con'l'i 8: Sons, lnc. Confinenfal Baking Co. B. G. Cosfich 8: Sons, lnc. Counfry Genfleman Corp. Harry B. Crowley Culver Liquor Sfore Harold W. Davin DiH'o, lnc. Charles F. Doerflinger Pefer Dohr William F. Dohr Donnelly's Appliances. lnc. Dorscl1ell's Appliances William B. Duffy Carfing Co. DuFFy's Tavern Eckl Hdwe. Fairfax Grocery Fasino's Service Feol-Nash, lnc. Flanigan Furnifure Co. Rhoda Forquer Gargano Brofhers, lnc. General Baking Co. General Washing Machine Service Goodsfone Mfg. Co.. lnc. Sam Goffry Carling Co. Guly's Shop Hafner Home Laundry Hallman's Cenfral Chevrolef Hanss Elecfrical Co., lnc. Harf's Food Sfores, lnc. Hunfer Elecfronics lmmaculafe Friday Nighf Dances Johnny's Liquor S'l'ore Joy's Pharmacy Judge Mofor Corp. Haubner 8: Sfallknechf James Heafing Co. Louis Heindl 81 Son Kingsley Beaufy Shop Kiflelberger Furnifure Mfg. Co. KiH'y's Kake Shop Theodore J. Klem Kwik-Kafe of Rochesfer Langefeld, Keirslailck 8: Meeh Markef Langie Fuel Service, lnc. Lucas 8: Dake Co., lnc. L. W. Maier's Sons Mancuso's Sinclair Sfafion M. T. May Dairy Marchese's Peek's Super Markef McEvoy Mofors, lnc. Mefal Arfs Co., lnc. Miller Brofhers Wes Miller's Garage Monroe Counfy Democrafic CommiHee Monroe Counfy Republican Commiffee Monroe Counfy Window Cleaning Co. Alex F. Moore, lnc. R. A. Morgan 8: Sons Mueller Bakeries, lnc. James T. Murray Nafional Producfs Sales Co. Naum's Diner 137 O'Neil, Jeweler Palmos Sweef Shop Paf's Hardware Sfore Plufa Mfg. Corp. Delberf A. Predmore Ralph Pon'I'iac, lnc. Frank J. Rebholz G. E. Richfer Ridgeway Pharmacy Riedman Agency Ri'lzen+haler's Resfauranf Rochesfer Business lnsfifufe Rochesfer Gas 8: Elecfric Rochesfer Opfical Co. Rochesfer Provision Co. Rochesfer Sfafionery Ruby's Sporfing Goods Sfore Russell's Dairy Sargenl' 8: Greenleaf Schanfz Homes, lnc. William J. Schmifl, lnc. George J. Schwalb Shor+y's Delicafessen Sfandard Builders Supply Co. Franklin K. Sfolfe Tobin Packing Co. Town Talk Bakery, lnc. Tran'l's lnc. Universify Pharmacy Valley Dry Cleaners Walderf Opfical Co. Wegman Dairy Lawrence A. Weider 8: Sons Whelpley 8: Paul Will Corporafion William J. Woerner 8: Sons Wi'Hman Mofors Wishing Well Resfauranl' W. A. Zweigle Henan, John James ...... . . . SE IIIIH IJIHEIITIQIHY Accongio, William Eugene . . Adam, William Michael Angelone, Dominic Robert . . . Antcxak, Lawrence John Araay, Frank Robert . . . . . Arieno, Arthur Ralph .. Aspinwall, John Arthur .. Avery, Donald Edward Bahr, Karl Edward .... Baker, Robert George . .. Battle, Joseph James Bedier, Roger Henry Begy, Francis John ..... Bellomio, Anthony F. .... . Belmont, Donald Clayton .. . Benson, David Roy ...... Bernardi, Albert A. Blegler, Fred William . . . Biuso, Mathew George .. Bly, Donald Patrick .,... Boden, Rpnald Conrad ....... Bommattel,,'Louls Anthony . . . Bourbon, Harry Francis .... Bracone, Romolo Emello .. Brasley, Jerry Francis Brassie, Robert Baldwin . . . Brennan, Clyde Francis .... Brezinsky, Allen Edward .. Briceland, Donald James I . . . Briggs, Lawrence James Brindisi, Richard Michael .. Broccolo, Fellx Lawerance Broccolo, Lawrence Joseph ..... . . . 175 Congress Ave. 84 Truesdale St. . . . 35 Corrigan St. .. 748 Norton St. .. 192 Durnan St. 54 Lime St. .. 30 Cantleld Place .. 461 Parsells Ave. . . . . . 160 Silver St. . . . . 220 Titus Ave. .. 61 Eastvlew Ave. 63 Enterprlse St. . . 332 Winchester St. 1088 Portland Ave. 60 Lyceum St. . . '307 Westchester Ave. 698 Sixth St. . . . 84 Woodbine Ave. . . . . . 327 Cobb Ter. . . . . 483 Lyell Ave. . . . 245 Thorndyke Rd. . . . . . . . 48 Phelps Ave. . 281 1-2 Glenwood Ave. . . . . 184 Curlew St. . . . 441 Westfield St. .. . . 186 Woodbine Ave. .. 1505 West Side Drive 18 Arklow St. .. .. 20 Hampden Rd . . 33 Thorndale Ter. . . 942 Dewey Ave. . . . . . 452, Scio St 452 Sclo St. Bryan, Robert William .............. 80 Grosvenor Rd. Bull, Walter Beresford ...... 215 Burns, James Joseph .......... Buttarazzi, Patrick Joseph .. . Buttarazzl, Ronald John .. Cain, William James ..... Calmyn, John Bernard ...... Cammarano, Philip Clement .. Camp, Raymond Joseph Campagna, James Henry .. Cappon, Martin John .. Cappon, Richard James . . Carmody, Robert Leo .. Carr, John Richard ......... CarrolL Richard Franklin .. Casamassima, Ralph Joseph . .. Case, Theodore D. ....... . Chiapperi, Joseph ...... Keuper, Philip John ........ Cilano, Robert Michael Cocilova, James John ....... Cocilova, Richard Robert Coleman, Richard Henry .. Colozzi, Salvatore F. . . . . Colucci, Dominic John . . Connell, Donald Francis .. Connors, James Patrick . . Corbelll, Vincent . . ..... . . . Corcoran, Lawrence George . . Corcoran, Robert Bernard . . Corrigan, William Joseph . . Coyle, John Kevin .... Cullen, John Francis Dailor, John Edward .. Daley, John J. ...... . D'Amico, Edward L. .... . D'Arienzo, Francis Paul . Dempsey, Edward Joseph DiBitetto, Nicholas Francis . . Dietz, David Martin ....... DiGiorgio, Dominic .......... DlMaria, Richard Frederick . . . Doherty, Gregg White ..... Donals, William Heman . .. Donnelly, Gerald Joseph . . . Doran, Daniel Joseph ... Dotzler, Gary Joseph . . Doyle, Robert Nicholas .... Drexel, Eugene Theodore Dunn, William Lee ...... Eberhard, Charles John . East Brook Rd., Pittsford . . . . . . . 406 Durnan St. . . . . 326 Emerson St. 326 Emerson S. .. 111 Terrace Park . .. 62 Colebourne Rd. 71 Vayo St. .. . 67 Radio St. . . 36 Warrenton St. . . 416 Parsells Ave. . . . 416 Parsells Ave. . . . 301 Durnan St. . . . . . .55 Boardman St. 810 Thurston Rd. 61 Boardman St. .. . 111 Lyndale Drive .. 247 Elmdorf Ave. .. 123 Blakeslee St. .. . 369 Central Park . . 369 Central Park . . . 53 Gertrude St. . . 65 Monica St. . . 79 Mead St. 289 Flint St. . . 15 Gilbert Drive . . 30 Corrigan St. 125 Cady St. 26 Warwick Ave. 40 Revella . . 243 Kimbark Rd. . . . . 218 Rugby Ave. .. 102 Middlesex Rd. .. 63 Dunbar St. 202 Lewis St. .. . 26 Vayo St 70 Wilmer St. . . . . 114 Bronson Ave. . . . 135 Brookside Drive 185- Lux St. . . . 129 Seventh St. .. 80 Ramsey Park 92 Bryan St. . . . 75 Harvington Drive . . . . . 23 Bartlett St. . . . . . 8 Bateau Ter. . . . 80 Myrtle Hill Park 186 Salisbury St. .. 199 Jefferson Ave. .. . . . 35 Elder St. Echanla, Jose M. Eckl, John Joseph .. Eichler, Werner John . . Elsele, Gerard Donald .. Elliot, John Joseph Faber, Karl F. ........ . Fackelman, William John .... Feerick, Richard McManus . . . Flnnerty, John Francis . . . Fischette, John Francis . . . Fltz Morris, John Irving .. FitzPatrick, Charles Joseph .. Flanagan, James Patrick .. Fleming, William Andrew .. Foley, William Francis . . . Forward, Gerald Thomas .. Fosco, Donald Nicholas . .. Francati, Gerald Michael .. Frank, Herbert Albert .... Frauel, Arthur Hart ....... Freemesser, George Frederick Freemesser, Paul John .... Frey, William Henry ..... Frusci, Robert G. ...... . Funk, George Joseph ....... Gaenzler, Richard William .. Garland, John Edward . .. Gay, Robert F. ........ . Glanfortl, Eugene David Gllllgan, John Francis .. Gordon, Gary William . . . Gramkee, John Francis .. Gramza, Adelbert L. ..... . Grass, Albert John ........ Grzymkowski, Nicholas John Gysel, Dean Alfred . .... . . . . Hack, Charles Edmund Hafner, Thomas Richard .. Hahn, Herbert Joseph Hanley, Martin Joseph .. Harris, James Francis .... Hartzell, Thomas Carroll . .. Hauser, Robert Joseph .. Havens, Richard Charles .. Hayden, Donald Francis .. Hefner, Norbert Louis .... Helminski, Bernard Joseph .. Henretta, Elmer Charles . . Hickey, Leo John ...... Hillman, 'William James Horton, John Henry ..... Hosenfeld, Richard Raymond Hugoboom, Richard Robert Hunt, Raymond Edward . Hussey, Thomas Leo Huurman, Gerald Henry . Janick, John David ..... Johnston, Gerald John . Kanaley, William Harold . Karam, Joseph- George ...... Kazmierczak, Irvin Joseph Keenan, Robert Joseph .. Kellner, Stephen Maria Kelly, Edward Glenn . .. Kesselrlng, Gerard Henry Kesselrlng, Leo John Keville, Clarence Howard .. Kinney, John G. ..... ,. . . Kirchotf, Bruce Joseph .. Klee, Daniel Ehmann .... Kleisley, Robert Norman . .. Kloser, Paul Claude .... Knox, Richard Gidard. ..... Koehler, Donald Clarence .. Koesterer, Martin George .. Kolb, Charles Joseph .... Kolb, Robert Arthur Kuhn, Jerome John ...... Laboski, Richard Joseph .... LaFranco, Sam Frank .. Lambert, Leo Joseph .... . .. 218 Rutgers St. . .. 80 Colonial Rd. .. 1040 Ridge Rd. W. 144 Weyl St. . . 339 Augustine St. . . . . 91 Lapham St. . . 962 Clinton Ave. N. . . . 155 Sylvania Rd. . . . 551 Clay Ave. .. 80 Laurelton Rd. . . . . .578 Clay Ave. . . . . . 17 Mulberry St. . . . . . 105 Eiffel Place . 50 Saint John's Park . . . . 340 Ellicott St. . . . 57 Presque St. 7 Hyde Park .. 193 Woodstock Rd. . .. 35 Pomeroy St. . .. 3620 East Ave. 913 So. Goodman St. . 913 So. Goodman St. 1230 Lake Shore Blvd. 167 Yates St. .. 3 Bloomingdale St. 252 Mulberry St. .. 161 Edgemont Rd. .. 186 Crawford St. 239 N, Union St .. 52 Wedgewood Park .. 566 S. Plymouth Ave. .. 256 Canterbury Rd. .. 117 Van Stallen St. . . . . . 5 Slebert Place . . . . . 29 Bleile Ter. .. 807 Congress Ave. 101 Lux St. . . . . . . 92 Grafton St. 158 Barberry Ter. . . . . . 98 Taylor St. 79 East Boulevard . .. 219 Dorchester Rd. 1683 Ridge Rd. E. 25 Malling Drive 730 Meigs St. .. 49 Lodge Drive .. 1748 North St. 950 Bay St. . .. 56 Kingsley Rd. 11.7 Woodside sz. .. 71 Inglewood Drive .. . . . 53 Lincoln St. . . . 219 Avis St. . . 69 Mitchell Rd. .. . . . 162 Avis St. . . . . . 767 Frost Ave. .. 87 Hedgegarth Drive . 323 Somershire Drive 217 Murray St. . . . 320 Mt. Hope Ave. . . 130 West High Ter. . . . 180 Wildmire Rd. 47 Upton Place . . . 433 Avenue A . . .. 89 Day Place 70 Cook St. .. 319 Electric Ave. . . . . 78 Vermont St. .. 324 Blrr St. .. 858 Culver Rd. . . . . 52 Charles St. . . 5 Burkhard Place . . .. 10 Barons Rd. 48 Lilac Drive .. . 1116 Monroe Ave. 758 South Ave. 23 Champlain St. .. . 23 Martlnot Ave. 618 Rocket St. . . 1240 Lyell Avenue 159 St. Casimer St. 240 Jerold St. .. 40 Kemphurst Rd. SE Lamendola, Carl Anthony .. Leahy, Robert John ......... LeBerth, Lawrence Richard . . Lecklnger, Paul Alton .. . Leonard, Walter John . .. Leta, Angelo John ..... Lewis, Ronald Charles . . . Lipanl, Robert George Logan, Donald Thomas . . Lower, George Herman .. . Lowery, Willis Eugene . . . Luke, John Thedore .. McCabe, John A. ....... . McDermott, Brian Francis McDonald, John Francis McGlynn, Robert Henry McGrath, Thomas Edward . .. McGuckln, Hugh Gerald . . . . McGuire, Gerald Joseph . . . . . . . McGuire, James Charles . . 14 McMahon, Gerard Joseph . . . . . . McNally, James Andrew Mcstravlck, John Daniel Macon, Robert Jay ........... MacDonald, Robert William .. MacKay, James Wallace ..... Macken, Daniel L. ..... . Madigan, Martin Joseph .. Maenza, Fred Patrick .. Mahoney, John Kevin ..... Mahoney, William Francis Manclne, John Henry ..... Mancini, Richard Michael .. 477 Flower City Park Marchione, Joseph ....... Marshall, Robert Emmett .... Martella, Anthony Michael ....... Mattle, Herbert Carl ...... .. Mauro, Gerald Frank .... .. Melsenzahl, Peter Albert .. Lakeville, N. Y. Merkel, Joseph Edwin ........ Messina, Vincent Christopher Messmer, Thomas Arthur ....... Miller, Joseph Philip ..... Miller, Richard Thomas .. Mogenhan, Edward Carl Moonan, Thomas Patrick Mooney, Robert Arthur . . . . . . . Moorehead, George Francis ..... Morgan, Eugene Francis ...., 511 Muar, William Edward . . . . . . Mueller, William Joseph . . . . . . Muench, Donald Leo ..... Mulhern, Gerald Thomas Mullaney, Terence Joseph .. Murphy, Donald J. .... . Musson, Gerard Joseph .. Mute, Ronald Frank Nagy, Michael Steven ..... Napodsno, Rudolph Joseph . . Nauerth, John Michael .. Nenni, John Joseph ....... Nlcolay, Charles Laurance .. Nucelll, Ralph John ........ 0'Connell, John Christopher 0'Connell, Leonard Anthony .. O'Keefe, Thomas James ..... Palmyra, N. Y. Oliver, James Ralph Osborne, Francis Joseph . .. Otto, Richard Edmund .. Palermo, Donald G. .. Palvino, John Anthony ..... Paradles, Gerald Martin .. Pfuntner, Francis Edward .. Pietropaoll, John Anthony .... Plleclrl, Fl' 311615 J 011.11 .... Polina, Robert Gerald Pompa, Joseph Benedict . .. Porcari, James A. .... . Porter, Charles Thomas .. Power, William Blackburn IUH.DIHEETUHY . . . . . 97 Jones Ave. . . 111 Winbonrne Rd. . . . . . 652 Broadway .. . 191 Raeburn Ave. . . . . 151 Ravine Ave. .. . . 702 Joseph Ave. . . . 1739 Long Pond Rd. 374 Colvin .. 891 Blossom Rd. . . . 135 Seminole Way . . . 2171 Clldord Ave. . . . 15 Stanley St. 46 Greig St. .. 122 Bancroft Drive . . . 394 Raines Park 40 Austin St. . . . . 572 Claybonrne Rd. 73 Min Der St. . . . . . . 287 Magee Ave. Deland Park A, Fairport 98 Ellicott St. .. 246 Conkey Ave. . . . 28 Canary St. . . . 463 Congress Ave. .. 57 Reynolds St. .. . 365 Hudson Ave. . . 52 Brunswick St. . . . . 23 Indiana St. . . 177 Third St. . . 1119 Lake Ave. .. . 129 Barton St. .. .48 East View Ave. 133 Almira St. .. . 42 Murray St. . . . . . 302 Glenwood Ave. 8 Elser Ter. 296 Knickerbocker Ave. ... . . .. 97 Ontario St. 140 Pebble Beach . . . 107 Hermitage Rd. . . 12 McFarlln St. .. 66 Schollleld Rd. . . 95 Clifford Ave. . . 84 Belmont St. .. 546 Lyell Ave. 74 Alameda St. 45 Alford St. . I ...., 173 Breck sz. Whittier St., Spencerport 34 Caroline St. . . . . . 86 Pershing Drive . . . 65 Camden St. . . 99 Mlllbank St. . . 457 Crosslleld Rd. . . 65 Martinot Ave. 20 Hoi St. . . 22 Woodward St. 169 Lewis St. . 140 Westchester Ave. .. 558 Hayward Ave. . . . 716 Genesee St. .. 18 Belgard St. . .. 65 Merlin St. .. 44 Frost Ave. .. .. 113 Lozler St. . .. 131 W. Foster St. .. 429 Fisher Rd. . .. 106 Coventry St. . .. 41 Argonne St. . . 41 Prospect St. . . . . . 303 Laurelton Rd. . . . . . . 21 Charlton Rd. . 529 S. Plymouth Ave. . . . . 151 Scottsville Rd. . . . . . 46 Holbrooke St. 410 Westchester Ave. . . . . . 74 Columbia Ave. . . . .. 65 Jones Ave. 223 Reynolds St. .. 8 Portsmouth Ter. Powers, David Thomas . . Powers, Robert Lowell ...... Pratt, Robert Michael ...... Quadrlni, Artemisio Dominic . Radzinski, Edwin Joseph .... Raes, Thomas Lionel ...... Raetz, Charles Frederick .. Rebholz, David Carroll Redmond, John Francis .. Reinlnger, Richard Milton .. Reynolds, John Francis .... Richardson, Donald Francis . .. . Riedman, Frank Joseph .... Rleger, Douglas Alan Riley, Leon Francis ..... Rltzenthaler, James Ivan .. Romeo, Peter Patrick .... Rybackl, Walter John ....... Salah, Sam Michael ....... Salamone, Richard Thomas Salber, Bernard Robert ...... Samere, Joseph Edward .. Sankey, Gary William Sansone, Frank Vincent .... Santandrea, Sam Anthony .. Schaeffer, James Robert ...... Schickler, Edward Raymond Schmitt, John Joseph ....... Schneider, Donald James Schneider, Richard George .. Schoeneberger, Ronald Arthur Schoenherr, Gerard Edward Schottmiller, Raymond Earl . . Schottmiller, Richard Joseph . Schueler, Paul Henry ...... Schwartz, Ralph Joseph . . . Schwind, Andrew Stephen . . . Seary, William John .... Shannon, Robert A. . Sharpe, David Martin . . Shone, Alan Robert ..... Shone, Richard Howell .. Slebert, Francis Walter . . . Skillns, Jerome Andrew Sohn, Charles Patrick ..... Spano, Joseph Matthew .. Stampfll, George Vaughn . .. Stellwagen, Ralph Joseph . .. Streber, John Francis ...... Streber, Robert John ....... Strohmeyer, Bernard Albert Stutz, Joseph Loren ....... Sullivan, Richard James Szulgit, John Paul ..... Taranto, Frank Peter Texter, Joseph Charles .. Thomann, Ronald John . . . Tirpaeck, William Peter .. Tomasino, Robert Peter .... Trlbotte, Joseph Flavlano .. Trockels, Robert George .... Tyrrell, Robert Louis Tytler, Richard John .... Valente, Anthony Joseph .. VanKerkhove, Alan Paul .. Vecchio, Raymond Robert . .. Verge, Andrew M. ..... . Vito, Pasquale James .... Waters, Donald Patrick . . . Webster, William George .. Weckesser, Paul Maurice .. Weeks, Clarence Lewis .. Weidmann, David Joseph Wesley, Joseph Leo ....... White, Robert Joseph Williams, Donald Gene .... Williams, Harry Thomas Wittmann, Joseph William .. Wojtas, Edward Chester Wood, Robert Michael .... Yardley, Robert Edward . . Yeckel, Donald George .. .. 86 Brookileld Rd. . .. 215 Lincoln Ave. .. 480 Lyell Ave. .... .. 343 Campbell 397 Barry Road 96 Jefferson Ave. . . 27 Grafton St. . . . . 23 Barnard St. . . . 98 Dudern Drive 95 Mt. Vernon Ave. 380 1-2 Thurston Rd. . . . . 527 Augustine St. .. 34 Stanlleld Ter. .. . 994 Avenue D 244 Denver St. .. 31 Belgard St. . . 21 Wilmer St. .. . 30 Peckham St. . . 703 Smith St. . . . . 72 Miller St. . . . 289 Remington St. .. 365 Gregory St. 144 Akron St. .. 101 Delmay St. . . . .. 583 North St. . . . 51 'Beleclaire Drive . . . .. 577 Trabold Rd. . 196 Armstrong Ave. . . . . 3203 Lake Ave. . . . . 79 Mohawk St. .. 199 Navarre Rd. . .. 1060 North St. .. 31 Alberta St. .. . 31 Alberta St. .. 2126 Titus Ave. . . . . . . 958 Clldord Ave. . 467 Lake View Park . 388 Rosewood Ter. . . . 39 Alameda St. . . . 29 Longview Ter. . . 163 Barton Street 163 Barton St. .. . . 2286 Norton St. . . . . . 158 Morrill St. . 197 Marlborough Rd. . . . . . . 32 Priscilla St. 168 Harvington Drive . 1226 Clinton Ave. S. 47 Finch St. 47 Finch St. . .. 36 Baler Drive .. 136 Britton Rd. .. 105 Aldine St. 100 Syvan Rd. .. 1422 Ridge Rd, E. . . . 226 Penhurst St. . . . . 860 Portland Ave. .. .290 Kenwood Ave. . . 97 Willmont St. .. 27 Holden St. .. 614 Conkey Ave. . . 47 Walbert Drive 1531 Chili Ave. 20 Lois St .. 88 Monica St. . . 181 Mohawk St. .. 45 Mulberry St. .. 28 Reynolds St. . . 238 Fulton Ave. .. 55 Orleans St. .. 364 Aberdeen St. .. 326 Epworth St. 492 Hague St. . 137 Delamalne Drive . . . . . 258 Alphonse St. . 50 Culver Parkway 81 Illinois St. . 335 Weaver St. 65 Sheraton Drive 142 Driving Park 20 Mt. Vemon Ave. IVIORRALL STUDIIIS, INC OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 1951 ARETE HOTEL SENECA MEZZANINE HAMILTON 4966 Q 1, . W + v f X ll 1 - ppl if R 5. 3, xv! if 'Xl r X22 X . xx xg z f W J V ss 'A uv W X. ,. A X' x X H4 XV Q , Ni I x Us 'Lff"4" 5,5 QW , r au- Q, 'I7F MEL 4 1-,sa . .119 11 1 if S1 Evil ,A ,' .... -..iv .,-V m lv A, -I.. . --w-...T


Suggestions in the Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) collection:

Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

1947

Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.