Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

 - Class of 1952

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I' 1 1 INSTITUTE E T N E ASILIAN THERS f,,21 N K H- -I K 'I QE, x l .-u Q If gl , 1 Q 'r '. WE H? I u M .IX M kwa P' 'I B151 1.3! .,........-au-- .1..1nannnn-N 41. i- x ' "lW'l 3 ffibigx "U xiispl, X I- .. -- -' we 5'1" f gin' -f- fltb 1-1. W v:sm!aum allll. li' Qu il M r "' ' al P7 I :SFI 3 6.1---Q um g-an lqu Qg,-ag: lln 'nfl lhi! I F s BQ 5 S 165' . . X ' 4 . I -wi-L ' W 41' ' fi AR X' The Chapel us the center of Aqumas lnfe nnce here resndes the Source of all Grace and Strength Here too stands St Thomas the Angeluc Doctor our patron xhueldmg gundmg mspmng Aqmnas boys who un a most speclcl manner are has peculuar and particular care Good Sl Thomas make us worthy of your all embracing solvcntude and fatherly supervision THE 0 E CLA UINAS INSTITU PUBLISHED BY TH SENIOR AQ R CHESTER, N.Y. Thou place of rev'rie, praise we and uphold thee, In retrospection we see thy intention, To always strive for that which we were made for, Aquinas evermore. . , -, -Gr K , 1' K 'A ""Qz-.31 qnggkrv .,, .. 'gg Q , ,HM and'OUR' Dear Alma Mater may you in all hours, Be the outstanding, be the one commanding, And of those striving, be the one surviving, Triumphant over all. ii i v .Y .5 , ., .1 ,figs s- N in 'T E!!! IN MEMORIAM "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints" Psalm CXVI, Verse l5 Just before the year had spent its last breath, and before the bells rang out to usher in the new l952 year, Sister Helen Concepta peace- fully breathed forth her soul into the blessed company of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Again death was swallowed up in victory, and Aquinas gained an added lustre from her complete and total holocaust and absolute self-surrender . . . Christian education was for her "the art of arts and the science of sciences" as she strived each day "to form Christ" in the hearts and minds of her students. We remember her patience, her holy smile, her rigid adherence to duty and detail, her quiet unassuming deportment, her deep humility . . . The tongue of a dying person enforces attention like deep harmony. To charitable bystanders at her death-bed, she whispered, "l'll remember you in Heaven for your kindness to me." 10 Omfadgog Our Ladx appeared to Saint Simon Stock at Cambridge in Englwnd Juv 15 1751 'XIESSAGE Recene ms dear son this seapular as the lners of mx COIlfI"ll'CTHlfX It is the mark of the prixileges I hut ohtaimd for xou 1nd for all thc members of the Order of lllount Larmel VN homer dns clothul in danger 1 guarantee of peue md eternal bliss The Nlother of Cod Lo Redemptrix of the human race Joins together in the familx of Carmel IIOI onli tht religious ot tht Lirmclitc Ordnr hut also all those who are 1fhli1ted to the order bi hung mtmbars of tht Lon fraternity of the Larmelite beapular Yhaym Max vue alwaxs carrs on our person with faith confidence and devotion the bcapular of lllount Carmel I, , .. . . U ' , , ' ' Y . . L' . , . 4 - , , 1 1. n I I x . h ' 2 i Q Y A v 'ie' l in this habit will not descend into hell. lt is a sign of salvation, a safeguard . , 1 1 ' t ' .N . J , ' . 1 S . V , . .x I I I I N I gf sf fr 5 ,wfsaffe if iw Y as Q THE VERY REVEREND EUGENE A. CULLINANE, C.S.B. MA. Pi-incipal's llessagez Any words of farewell that I might speak to you as you graduate from Aquinas would be hollow and empty in comparison with the GREAT APPEAL which our Holy Father, Pope Pius XII, makes to each and every one of you. He speaks the truth. Take his advice .... "The world is unconsciously following a course which is sweeping on to ruin both souls and bodies, the good and the wicked, civilizations and peoples .... "'l'he root of modern evils . . . is lethargy Of the spirit, weakness of the will, and coldness of the heart .... "Now is the time, beloved children! Now is the time to take decisive steps and shake off this fatal lethargy! It is the time for all good men, for all who are concerned over the destinies of the world, to recognize one another and tighten their ranks. It is time to repeat with the Apostle: 'lt is now the hour for us to rise from sleep, because now our salvation is nearerl' l'It is an entire world which must be rebuilt from its foundations, transformed from savage to human, from human to divine .... XVe are certain that there will not be lacking amongst you many generous hearts who shall hasten to Our call and put into action Our earnest desire." 14 I: REV. VV. OSCAR REGAN, C.S.B, Director of Christian Formation Colle e Bound student ets g ' g information from Fr. Regan. REV. ROBERT M. FISCHETTE, C.S.B Vim-Prinfipal ADMINISTRATION I . 4.ai,,.' M Wk. KQ, 1391 REX OHN R NICLAUGHLIN CQB S-I I Pzzmzpal of the .flnnex REX VI ILFRED 5 RILEY CSB Dzrfztor rf D15 zpfmf A Il..- REV. VINCENT C. ECKERT, C.S.B. Trfzzsurfr ADMINISTRATION if 4 faqs, X ,. 4 1 A f'5lfA?55'i Q '5 ' A H" 2 . A Q ,--:- if 1 , vs REV. CHARLES P. DONOVAN, C.S.B. REV. JAMES XV. EMBSER, C.S.B. REV. JOHN C. SPRATT, C.S.B. f :Xu undu I REV. ANTHONY P. LOCOCO, C.S.B. REV, JOSEPH L. XVILLETT. CSB. REV. 1 1 1 , - ' C as. ' . .zdvzcg from Fsglmn recelveb C ' 4 1 Fullerton. Fnlhr.-r 5 C' Phil! hc" . ur rhl rx C0"ftW"' X C Annex. FAGULTY ARTHFR J, CYLEARY. C.S.B. ig, x ,il- I . A! REV. VINCENT J. FCLLERTON, CSB il! REV. JOHN P, RUTH, 3 Nh? SISTER . BRENDAN, S.S.j, REV. EDMUND E. BURNS, C.S.B. FACULTY "An overworked" stude " ' 1k f KY 1. v--.loaf 3 - . -. X 'ifgk .gg 3-. REV, JOHN A. WARREN. C.S.B. SISTER M. GREGORY, R.S.M. nt being examined by Miss Dolan. REV, CYRIL F. CARTER, C.S.B KA f .5 N! V x s X A -.1 X . . gn S- REV. DONALD B. BENNINGER, C.S.B. REV. ARTHUR R. LOOBY, . FRANCIS J. GRESCOVIAK, C.S.B. MISS FRANCES DOLAN, R.N. N Ir" .-,1 MR. FELIX HART MISS JEAN CAPPELLINO REV. JOHN M. WILSON, C.S.B X FAGULTY REV. JAMES F. CROSS, C.S.B. REV. T. CYRIL HOWARD, C.S.B. MR. JOHN VVHITLEY, C.S.B. 19 ,x MR. PAUL PEGIS MR. RAYMOND j. HASENACER MR. LOUIS BASILE MR. HARRY CONNOLLY MR. RAYMOND JABLONSKI MR. BASIL MARELLA FACULTY Mr. Basile teaches fundamentals of basketball in gym class. MR. VVILLIAM F. MCCARTHY MR. LOUIS LANDRY SEN flk'lS" M17 MAKE 141511 0MfLBCldlf0-gg Our Ladx appeared to uan Dxego at Tepax ac m Mexuco December 1531 MESSAGE xour pxetx ns as pleasmg to me as the humxhtx of xour heart Knovx then that I am the Holx Y xrgm the lllother of God VVho 19 the author of llfe and protector of the weak I desire that a church be bullt on thls spot Ill order that I max shoxv mxself a tender mother both to xou and xour frlends and also to all those xxho xxlll mxoke mx name xxlth confidence Tbuzgm lllax we trlumph alxxaxs oxer the forces of evll through the mvoca tlon of the Holx lName of Marx 22 Y J . v . . . . - 1 I H V . v . . . . v v V ' ' v 7. . I ' ' . . , . 7 . v V. . Y Y V. . H . I 0 V ' v - , v T ,- SENIOR 0FFIOEIlS STUDENT GUUNGIL Truly a fine asset to any school is an efficiently- run student council which is ready to tackle any problem. The Council, which is the ofhcial voice of the student body, aims to supervise and promote all student activities. This yearls student council did a great job, democratically handling all the affairs upon which it touched. Some of the year's bigger projects were the Victory Dance, the Maga- zine Drive, the Junior Prom, the Senior Ball, the Excursion to Syracuse, and many other smaller tasks. VVe hope that these boys will carry with them into later life this democratic way of life which has been instilled in them through the Student Council. If S.. xXx x X David MacDonald Robert Hanss VVilliam Gamble Philip YVood JZ f Q f ffg Senior Officers meet with Fr. Culliuane. .........PrfJidm1 . .. . .Vile-Prrsidfnl . . . . .... Trraxurer . . . . . Setretary Standing: james Bonanno, Charles Aulbach, Fr. O'Leary fM0dCF3l0fl,.Wllll3m Gamble, John Kinsky. Sitting: Robert Hanss, David MacDonald, Philip Wood 23 ALPHONSE AGNELLO 409 Verona St Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Ital nan Club 3 Glee Club 3 4 Bovslmg Club 1 B Squad Football 3 Freshman Foot ball Intramural Sports l -IAMES VS BENDER Sw abbre 2569 Mt Read Blvd Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Safety Patrol 4 Bovslmg Club 3 4 Chemls x Club 4 Intramural Sports JOHN F BENTLEY ohn 4180 Lake Ay e Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Chem xstry Club 4 MISSION Bouts PASQUALE T ALFIERI A 38 Rohr St Perpetual Rosary 4 Scxence Club 1 Mxssxon U xt 3 Mxsslon Boutsl 2 4 Intra mural Sports 1 3 F RALPH ANNIUCCI Yuch 75 Curlew St Honor Roll 3 Perpetual Ros 2 Glee Club 3 4 turgxcal Cholr 4 Bowlmg Club 1 Mlsslon Umt 2 In tramuralSports1 2 3 4 , manga FRANK S APRILAYO Frank 286 Ashbourne Rd Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Ma roon and White 3 4 Chem lstry Club 4 Hxstory Club 3 Spamsh Club 2 3 Craft Club 1 Glee Club 3 Barn R 4 In ra mural Sports 2 3 100 Club LEWIS AUDIWO Qassy 146 Rosslter Rd nd 1 2 CHARLES ADLBACH Chuck 131 Falstaff Rd H nor Roll 1 2 Student Council 4 Perpetual Rosary 3 Glee Club3 4 Llturgncal Choxr 4 Spamsh Club lSecD Chemxstry Club 4 Golf Club 2 3 4 Bowling Club I Maroon and Whtte 4 Cheerleader 4 Mlssxon Unxt 2 4 Intramural Sports I 2 Homeroom Rep 2 EDMOND D BARLETTA 389 Wmona Blvd Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Scxence Club I Intramural Sports 1 2 100 Club 4 RICHPRD F BAURIEDL Duck 841 Hard Rd Webster N Y Honor Roll 1 Mtssmn Bouts ROBERI I' BFLL Dtng Dong 2865 St Paul Blvd Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ros ary 2 3 Maroon and White Literary Edxtorj 4 Squad Basketball 2 Varsxty Basketball 4 Cerman Club 3 4 Intramural Sports 4 100 Clk! RALPH G BARBATO Barbie 200 Parkway Honor Roll l Arete 4 Glee Club 3 4 Llturglcal Cholr 4 Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Band 1 2 Italran Club 3 4 Latln Club 4 ANTHONY-I BARRESE S nm 885 Helendale Rd Honor Roll 1 Mission Unit Glee Cub 3 4 Ll ur gncal Choxr 4 Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Bowlmg Club 1 2 3 German Club 2 Skt Club 3 Stage Crew 3 Craft Club 1 Intramural Sports 'IHOM AS R BEGLEY Fom 1418 Latta Rd Perpetual Rosary 3 Scxence Club 1 Spamsh Club 3 4 Latm Club 4 Hxstory Club 3 Golf Club 3 Intramural Sports 1 3 100 Club 4 PHILIP S BELI OMIO Bt 1988 Portland Ave lexpelual Rosary 3 4 Bowl Club I 4 La u 4 Ita nan C ub emu try Club 4 In r1 mural Sports 3 5 3 . 'Hn K' Anthony Panzetlrl rrfritex in fllirs CIIPPCIZIHOJS Italian 3 Class. GERALD R. BRIMACOMBE jerry 187 Chili Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Art Club 2. 3, 43 Bowling Club 4: Intramural Sports 2. RONALD J. BURBANK Burb 41 Harwick St. Thomas Club 13 Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Oratoricals 1, 23 Variety Show 1, 23 Bowling Club 43 Intramural Sports 13 Sodality 1. YVALTER D. BURNS Burnsie 1187 Lake Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Ma- roon and VVhite 33 Cheer- leader 1, 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 1, 2, 33 Bowling Club 23 Intramural Sports 2, 3. RICHARD A. CALABRESE Cal 233 Roycroft Dr. Perpetual Rosary 33 Mission Unit 1, 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Bowling Club 1, 43 Craft Club 13 "B" Squad Footballg Intramural Sports 1, 3. DONALD A. BULL Dude 215 East Brook Rd. Pittsford, N. Y. Band 2, 3, 43 Oratoricals 23 Maroon and VVhite 33 Bowl- ing Club 3, 43 Spotlight Club 43 Intramural Sports l, 3, 4. ROBERT BURKE Bob 350 Seneca Pkwy. St. Thomas Club 1, 3, 43 Honor Roll 23 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Arete 43 Science Club 13 Intramural Sports 1. ANTHONY CAIOLA Tyrone 139 Genesee St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Acolyte Club 1, 23 Italian Club 3, 4 fTffHS.lQ Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, VXVILLIAM jJ,CANNAN Bill " 65 Florida St. Science Club 13 Bowling Club 1, 23 Intramural Sports 1. .- f 'Sv GERALD T. CARLSON jerry 36 Depew St, Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Craft Club 13 Intramural Sports 1. 26 JOHN J. CARR jack 115 Vermont St. Perpetual Rosary 23 Chess Club 23 Bowling Club 23 Science Club 13 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3. . ...K a 1 A 'wr Q . pg.-A ' . ,A - 1 1:31 -..-, . 1 JOHN A. CANNON Crusher 59 Erion Crescent Perpetual Rosary 33 Aquina- dcr Staff 43 Maroon and YVhite 3, 43 Mission Unit 43 Spanish Club 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Mission Bouts 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1. DAVID CANNY Dave 74 Coventry Ave. Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Safety Patrol 43 Spanish Club 33 Bowling Club 13 Intramural Sports I, 3. A ei ee . -,Lusk l ,rg 542'-Qlgaylj.. , ., 'V Hifi .af ' . I 5' . 11533241 nf . I Mx 3, va? . F 4 EARL CARROL Tweed 1635 Oregon St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Mis- sion Bouts 23 Intramural Sports 1, 3, 4. M ARTIN X CASEY Punchy 96 Curt1s St Perpetual Rosary 7 3 Ma roon and W h1te 4 MISSIOII it Band I Bowx lib l um Spantsh Club 4 Sctence Club I11tr1mur'1l ports INSIOII B nts J Ieam Basketball lMgr J 2 l952 C: D Q 'ammo' PATKICKJ CLINTON Keph 526 Clay Ave Perpetual Rosary 3 M1ss1on Bouts3 4 Intramural Sports DONALD R. COOKE Cookie 220 Kislingbury St. Honor Roll l' Science Club l' A t Club 3 ' German Club 4 ' Intramural Sports BARTHOLOMEW 'VI CATERINO Bart 895Gl1de St HOHOI Roll 1 Perpetual Ros Soda 1 Sc ence Club I Bow mg ub 1 Ita 1'1n Clt1b 3 L 1n Club 4 Chemistry Club 4 Intr1mur1l Sports 3 B Squad Football R XX 'NIOXD 'X CHURCH NN 1lto1 St Perpetual Rosary 7 MISSIOII Bouts l Intramural Sports 1 DONALD E CIESLAK Jon 3700 Big Ridge Rd S Thomas Club 1 3 4 St1nd:1rd Bearer 4 Boulng ub I Spamsh Club Chemistr Club4 72 So ly mouth Ave P etual Rosary 2 Maroon and h 4 Htstory Varsity aseball Q 2 Inr JOSEPHJ CHASE Little Joe 10 Dudley St a1s1tx Football 3 4 Sqn td I'ootb'1ll Freshman I ootball Intramural Sports ROCER N CICCARELLI L h1c 167 C UTIIS St nm R ll 1 B1 d 1 3 T1lentShou 4 Mnsion Bouts PHILIP G CLARKE P 1 408 S1xth St St Thomas Clubl 2 Honor Roll 3 Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Maroon and Wh1te 4 French Club 3 Art Club 2 Intramural Sports 2 3 JOSEPH R COLLURA Ronn1e 71 Pomeroy St Perpetual Rosary 3 4 I l 1 Club 2 3 Freshman Football Intramural Sports mural Sports 1 JOHN M. CONNORS ack 15 Gilbert Dr. Perpetual Rosary 4' Arcte 4' Safety Patrol 4' Science Club 1' Craft Club 1' Spot- light Club 4' Hunting and Fishing Club 2' Intramural Sportsl 2 4. LAWRENCE M. CONNORTON Larry 50 Electric Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2 3' Mis- sion Unit 2 3 4' Art Club 2' Science Club 1' Varsity Football 3 4' Varsity Bas- ketball 2 3 4' B Squa Football 2. JAMES T. COONEY im 80 Parkdale Terrace Bowling Club l' Ski Club 3' Science Club l' Intramural Sports 1 2. 1' mf- QSM JEROME F. CORCORAN Corky 26 Warwick Ave. Perpetual Rosary 3 4' Glee Club 3 4' Band I' Maroon and White 3' French Club ' Bowling Club I -' Science Club l' Intramural Sports 1 2 3' 100 Club 3 4. BERNARD L. COREY Kanvasback 421 Arnett Blvd. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Dance Committee 3, 43 Latin Club 43 Craft Club 43 Booster Club 43 Mission Bouts 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1 7 3 ..., . CARL DEJOHN Dee 183 St. Stanislaus St. Perpetual Rosary 33 Band 13 Art Club 3, 4 lVice-Pres.l3 Bowling Club 1. 23 Mission Bouts 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3. DANIEL M. DELAUS Dukey 112 Lorimer St. Honor Roll 13 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Italian Club 3, 43 Mission Bouts 43 Intramural Sports 1, 3. RONALD CORTESE Corky 172 Seneca Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Band 13 Safety Patrol 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Italian Club 43 Bowl- ing Club 1, 23 Craft Club 13 Mission Bouts 43 Cheer- leader 43 Intramural Sports 1. 3. JOHN J. COVENEY Cov 31 Raleigh St. Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Mis- sion Leader 33 Maroon and VVhite 33 Varsity Baseball 33 "B" Squad Football 23 Re- serve Basketball 23 Cooper Marines 2, 33 Varsity Foot- ball 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2. JAMES M. CULHANE. Jimbo 463 Frost Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Safety Patrol 33 Maroon and White 43 Art Club 2, 3, 4 CPres.J3 Glee Club 3, 43 Science Club 13 "B" Squad Football 2: Mission Bouts 4. ORMOND J. DAILEY Orm 180 Pardee Rd. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Science Club 13 German Club 33 Spotlight Club 3. 4 tMgr.l. VVILLIAM D'AMBROSIO Bookie 39 Rand St. Honor Roll 1 3 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Talent Show 43 Italian Club 3, 43 Science Club 13 Intramural Sports 2, DAVID DAVIN Dave 107 Dalkeith Rd. St. Thomas Club 13 Perpet- ual Rosary 43 Arete iPhoto Editorj 43 Football Publicity 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Aquinader 43 Junior Council 33 Spanish Club 33 "B" Squad Football 23 Intra- mural Sports 13 100 Club 2, 3, 4. JAMES E. DEGENNARO Rio 308 Winton Rd. N. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Italian Club 3, 43 History Club 33 Craft Club 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Bowling Club 1, 4. HOWARD VV. DALTON Howie 53 Edgemont Rd. St. Thomas Club 23 Honor Roll 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 33 Maroon and VVhite 3, 4 QNews EditorJ3 Mission Leader 43 German Club 4 lSec.J3 Chemistry Club 4 tPres.J. RAMON C. DATZ Curley 3095 Buffalo Rd. Perpetual Rosary 43 Bowling Club 4. ROBERT DAVIS Bob 107 Coolidge Rd. Honor Roll 1, 33 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Sodality 3, 43 Mission Unit 2, 33 Maroon and White 3, 43 Stage Crew 3. 43 Dramatic Club 3, 4 tPres.J 3 Latin Club 43 Craft Club 13 Acolytc Club 13 Bowling Club 13 Chemistry Club 43 Italian Club 33 Mis- sion Bouts 3, 43 Cheerlead- ers 3, 4. RONALD DEGRAVE Dug 175 Field St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Maroon and White 43 Glee- Club 3, 43 Bowling Club 1, 2, 33 100 Club 3. JOHN G. CURRAN Jer 34 Vassar St. Honor Roll 13 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Science Club 13 Camera Club 33 Craft Club 13 Chemistry Club 43 Span- ish Club 23 History Club 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. f if l' 't J XVII.I.IAivI E. DORR Bill - 4603 Dewey' Ave. Perpetual Rosary 3. 43 So- dality 1, 23 Bowling flux, 4, German Club 43 Intlamural Sports I, 2, 3, 47 ' f J I f. X l I 3 I TIMOTHY A. DOYLE Tim 30 VVilshire Rd. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 French Club 33 Science Club 13 100 Club 3. ERNEST C, ECK Ernie 190 Gardiner Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Craft Club 1. DEMETRIO P. ERRIGO Demect 612 Carter St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 History Club 33 Chemistry Club 43 Bowling Club 13 Intramural J, GREGORY DOYLE Greg 215 Melrose St. Perpetual Rosary 43 Mission l'nit 1, 2, 3. 43 Maroon and VVhite 43 Aquinader fAsst. Editorj 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Swingsters 33 Spanish Club 43 History Club 33 Bowling Club 1, 23 Science Club 13 Mission Bouts 3, 43 Intra- mural Sports 1, Z, 3, 4. RONALD O. DURANT Bull 98 Albemarle St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Camera Club 2, 33 Mission Bouts 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ROBERT YV. EPPING Bob 1027 joseph Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Science Club 13 Golf Club 43 Bowling Club 13 Hunting and Fishing Club 13 Swing- sters 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. XVILLIAM A. FELDMAN Bill 1893 Ridge Rd. W. Honor Roll 13 Perpetual Ros- ary 3, 43 Publicity Staff 43 Ski Club 23 Golf Club 3. 43 Spanish Club 23 Hunting and Fishing Club 23 Science Club 13 History Club 33 Chemistry Club 43 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Sports 1, 2, 3. 1 ' ' , I I ' ' 1 A . Q V ' , I' RICHARD D. FINEWOOD Fine 30 Alameda St. Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Stu- dent Council 23 Safety Patrol 43 Band 13 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 23 Booster Club 43 Mission Bouts 13 "B" Squad Football 3 . at iii F ROBERT D. FINNERTY Bob S51 Clay Ave. Honor Roll 13 Spanish Club 33 Bowling Club 13 Reserve Basketball 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 30 VVILLIAM D. FICHTNER Bill 73 Lansdale St. Perpetual Rosary 4. A ANTHONY J. FIGARO Tony 795 Glide St. Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 13 Craft Club 13 Mission Bouts 13 Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. FRANCIS F. FISCHER Fish 103 Richland St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 History Club 33 Glee Club 43 Hobby Club 13 Bowling Club 13 Science Club 13 Mission Bouts 13 Freshman Football3 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. sf are inllvss. flags 1 in.-Q JAMES I-I FISCHER tm 96 Ave C Pt Pleasant Perpetual Rosary 4 Aero nautxcs Club 3 Intramural S orts 1 2 3 1952 a s Q 'ammo THOMAS C GAITER l'om 71 Hurstbourne Rd Safety Patrol 3 4 Bowlmg u I 4 100 Clu 7 ..":.w HAROLD L GALLOWAY Hal 67 VV1nbourne Rd Perpetual Rosary 4, Band 3, Svungsters 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 E P FLEMING , DOMINICJ FONITE FV glre S onor Ro l Nl flPer petual Rosary ow g u 1 lntra ral orts DONALD H FOX Foxy 371 Benton St Perpetual Rosary 3 Bowlmg Club 1 Spanxsh Club 3 4 Camera Club 2 3 4 Hrstory Club 3 Intramural Sports 4 100 Clu THOMAS F FRITZ Butch 32 Ovy alssa Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Safety Patrol 3 Hobby Club 1 Cooper Mar1nes3 Yarsrty Baseball 3 4 Mlssnon Bouts 3 4 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 4 100 Club 4 JAMES W GALLAGHER rm 3 Ross St St Thomas Club 1 3 Honor Roll 2 4 Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Oratorlcals 1 2 Maroon and Whrte 3 4 Sodalxty QVxce Pres I 3 4 Bowlmg Club 4 History u 3 G lf Club 3 Booster Club 4 Chemtstry Club 4 QVICC Pres I Intra m ral Sports l 2 3 4 0 Father 256 Ave D Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Chemistry Club 4 Bowlmg Cu 1 Italian Club 3 4 Camera Club 3 Sctence Club 1 Intramural Sports 1 RAYMOIND J FRENZ Ray 3575 Culver Rd Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Lxtur gxcal Chorr 4 Glee Club 3 4 Slu Club 4 Spanish Club KSccD 4 Chemxstry Club 4 Intramural Sports 1 2 100 Club 3 4 RICHARD M GAFFNIEY Putter 317 Roslyn St Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Glee Club 3 4 Bowlmg Club 1 Golf Team 2 3 4 tramuralSports1 2 3 4 MICHAELJ GALLO Mxckey 81 Whxtney St Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 M1sslonLeader1 2 3 Safety Patrol 4 Lrturgxcal Chorr 4 Sodalrty 2 Bowlmg Club 1 Itallan Club 2 3 Glee Club 3 4 Acolyte Clubl Varsity Basketball 3 4 Reserve Basketball 2 Freshman Bas ketball Intramural Sports 1 3 100 Clu Cu34 WILLIAM A GAMBLE Wxlly 847 Elmwood Ave Student Councrl 3, 4 lTreas urerj, Maroon and Whtte 3, Lxturgrcal Cholr 4, Skl Club 2, Spanish Club 3 fTreasurerj , "B" Squad Football 2, Varsrty Football 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3 1.ffyvxp tg KENNETH F GEORGER Ken 303 Hrnchey Rd Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 4, Bowlmg Club 1, Craft Club 1, Science Club 1, Spotlxght Club 4, Stage Crew 4, In tramural Sports 1, 100 Club 4 31 FC" Jw FRANCISJ GERACI Fran 27 Vayo St Bowlmg Club 4, Art Club 3, Spotlxght Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, Stage Crew 4, Craft Club 1, Scrence Club 1 DENTNIS A GIBSON Denny 84 Barons Rd St Thomas Club 1, 2, Honor Roll 3, 4, Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, Oratorrcals 2, Bowlmg Club 1, Spanxsh Club 4, Stage Crew 4, Latxn Club 4, Camera Club 4, Chem lstry Club 4 'flie s ,-.s . . 2, 1 ,--Q . 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DON ALD J GILARDI JOSEPH T GLASER Greasy 836 North St Stretch 83 Ay e D Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Bowllng Club 1 2 Chemistry Club 4 Intra Squad Football 2 Intra mural Sports I 2 3 mural Sports 2 JAMES A HART lm 36 Eglantme Rd Perpetual Rosary " 4 M1 s n Unlt l B Squa F otball Intramural Sports I R GREGORY HART ug 261 Lyndhurst St Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Ma roon and Whlte 4 Hrstory Club 3 Bowlmg Club 2 3 Camera Club 3 Skt Club 3 Intramural Sports 2 3 GERARDT CRASSI Jerry 674 Mann St VI est St Thomas Club 1 Honor Ro 2 3 4 Spanish Club 3 Glee Club 3 Latm Club 4 lSec Treasj Chemxstrw Club 4 Spotllglxt Club 4 Hxstorx Club 3 Craft Club 1 Intramural Sports l 3 4 FRAVCIS J CUELLI Frank 520 Parsells Ave Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Hunt mg and Frshmg Club Hrstorv Club 3 Mlsston Club l 2 3 4 Intramural Sports 1 2 Glgle 65 Reynolds St Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Band Italian C u History Club 3 Bowllng Club I Swmgsters 3 Skl Club 4 Hunting and Fish mg Club 2 Hobby Club l B Squad Football 3 Var sm Football 4 JOSEPH W HANISS oe 39 Westchester Ave Honor Roll I Perpetual R sary 2 3 4 Sodalm 3 Aqulnader 4 Bowling Club C u Chemistry Club 4 JOHN E GOETZ ack 84 Sew xlle Dr P rpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Sa ety Patrol 3 4 Squad Football 3 Intra m ral Sports l 2 3 RICHARD R GOELTZ Glotz 1469 Culver Rd Bowlmg Club 4 GEORGE C GREEN Chuck 595 Seneca Pkvu St Thomas Club l Honor Roll 2 Bowling Club 1 3 4 German Club 3 Sclence Club 1 Intramural Sports CHARLES J C UC IINO Chuck 52 Vl esthourne Rd Perpetual Rosary 4 Scrence Club 1 Intramural Sports l Don 180 Craverwood Ave Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Craft Club 1 Skt Club 4 Bowling Club 1 Science Club 1 In tramural Sports 2 ROBERT J HAN SS Dutch 91 Lodge Dr Pt Pleasant N Y St Thomas Club 1 Honor Roll 2 3 4 Student Coun cxl 4 QVxce Presj Oratorlcals 3 4 Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Sodallty 2 Debatmg So- cxety 4 Mlssxon Leader 1 4 Latm Club 4 German Club 2 3 4 Chemistry Club 4 Varsity Football 3 4 B Squad Football 2 Freshman Football 1 100 Club 4 32 RAYMONID E COLDING Rav 143 Kmckerbocker Avc Bowllng Club 1 Sclence Club 1 Craft Club l Intra mural Sports l Squad Football " 4 . 1 V J sv . Y- - E A ' . I , 3 -, , G , , 1 f 5 , , 9 ' . " 1 ' , 9 "B" ' ' : - f , 9 "B" : 9 - 9 - , , . 1 - . , 3: "B" , . u , , . 2. . J . .I A I I 'll , .I : 'Y ' 1 ' y , . " . I .1 1, 2, 3., ' Y' . J. . 8 K ' . f -. 3 's- .io ' , 2, U " d 0 2, . . ' ' ' . V: ' ' I . 2 22 9 . ,' , Q ' . Z . . 2. BRUNO v. GUGLIOTTA DONALD F. HAMM1-is N 1, 2, sg ' pl b' 3,.4g 9 V ' ', " ' . L . K I I . . . J 0- ' . . :I 1 - 2 ' 1, 2, 3, ,Alf cub 3,442 ' . ' I V , A- - f 'I ' Q ' ' , 5 'tl Q ' . : ' '- ,I I ' . .. -I if ROBERT M. HARTIGAN Bob 424 Beach Ave. Mission Leader 13 German Club 33 Golf Club 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 3. K Aff" B xg 'F JOSEPH D. HAYES joe 34 Meredith St. Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Bowl- ing Club 13 Glee Club 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Spanish Club 43 Mission Bouts 43 Intramural Sports 1. 1 L,- fk 'N -um? if VVALTER J imvssf, Gisoizos J. Hianics ,IQ 204 ydtngb xne Rdk George 42 sr. Johns Pk. Perpetual Rosary , 43 Mis-i Perpetual Rosary 4. .'on Unit 43 amuraif orts 1, 2, 33 100 ffiub 4. Xl 1 in-g, 5 Wat I I X VVALTER . HERMAN DAVID L. HESS Walt 4 1 Averill Ave. Dave 183 Melville St. Perpetual Rosary 33 Oratori- cals 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Maroon and White 3. 4 CEditorj3 Debating So- ciety 43 Dramatic Club 43 History Club 3. OWEN W. HICKEY Hick 854 Thurston Rd. Honor Roll 13 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Mission Unit 43 Bowling Club 13 Chem- istry Club 43 Science Club 13 Swimming Team 23 In- tramural Sports 1, 33 100 Club 4. ROBERT F. HODGES Bob 339 Birr St. Mission Unit 1, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Safety Patrol 3, 43 Bowling Club 13 Science Club 13 Mission Bouts 1, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD HOHMAN VViggles 8 Garden Dr. Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Mis- sion Unit 13 Safety Patrol 43 Dramatic Society 33 Ger- man Club ,3. 43 Bowling Club 1, 23 Craft Club 13 Acolyte Club 13 Mission Bouts 43 Cheerleader 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. 33 Bowling Club 13 Science Club 13 Intramural Sports 1. ZZ., BERNARD C. HILL Speedy 22 Florence Ave. Glee Club 3, 43 Golf Club 3, 43 Bowling Club 1, Z, 3, 43 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Hunting and Fishing Club 23 Science Club 13 Craft Club 13 Chem- istry Club 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. RICHARD J. HOFFEND Dick 1388 Mt. Hope Ave. Perpetual Rosary 43 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club 13 Chess Club 23 Science Club 13 Varsity Football 4: Freshmen F oo tb al l3 "B" Squad Football 3. ,..-nv JOHN D. HELLEMS Bird Legs 346 Melville St. Perpetual Rosary 23 Bowl- ing Club 13 History Club 33 Science Club 13 Intra- mural Sports 1. l952 i t The Art of Oratory in Father Burns' Public Speaking' Class DONALD W. HOLLEDER Don 396 Cooper Rd. Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 "B" Squad Football 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Freshman Football 13 Freshman Bas- ketball l3 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 43 Cooper Marines 2, 33 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 43 Mission Bouts 4. af .gy-fer 51 3' 4 dv" 4 cn... N . C ,I 5-1 '7 Vinnie S0 Freemont Rd. Maroon and XVhite 45 Aquine ader 45 Safety Patrol 3. 45 Bo Cl Sound Bodies" in fllr. Basileb' Health Class. JAMES V. JONES rpetual Rosary 2, 3. 45 wling Club 15 History ub 45 Craft Club 15 Acolyte Club 15 Science Club 1' Glte Club 35 Mission Bo F Sports 1, Z, 3, 4. uts 1, 2. 35 Intramural KENNETH KAY Ken 320 Norton St. Honor Roll 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling Club 15 Chem- istry Club 45 Intramural Sports 1. DAVID KEEHLEY Dave 265 Avalon Dr. Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Safety Patrol 35 Bowling Club 41 Science Club 15 Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3, 4. RALPH KEPN ER Gordon 126 Colin St. Perpetual Rosary 45 Bowling Cl b at l b 4 u 45 Lin Cu 5 French Club 4. EDMUND KNITTEL Knits 240 Merrill St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 45 Mis- sion Leader 1, 25 Student Council 25 Science Club 15 Bowling Club 1, 25 Fresh- man Football 15 "B" Squad Football 25 Intramural Sports 1 1 fs. DAVID J. KACSCH Dave 129 Resolute St, , Ilonor Roll 15 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 45 Arete lArt itor 'Vlaioon and Ed J 45 . A . lVhite 25 Art Club 25 Science Club 15 Swimming Team 25 Intramural Sports 1, VVILLIAM J. KEEFER lVillie 951 Dewey Ave. Honor Roll 15 Perpetual Rosary 2, 45 Spanish Club 35 Bowling Club 15 Intra- mural Sports 1. 25 100 Club 4. ROBERT J. KEEGAN ob 57 Laurelton Rd. St. Thomas Club 15 Honor Roll 25 Perpetual Rosary 2, 35 Sodality 25 Maroon and XVhite 45 Oratoricals 45 Bowling Club 15 Golf Club 'T 35 Chemistry Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Swimming Team 2, 45 100 Club 3. JOHN KINSKY Kin 77 Crawford St. Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Per- petual Rosary 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Council 3, 45 Aquina- der 45 Maroon and XVhite 35 Publicity Staff 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Cooper Marines 2, 35 Intramural Sports 25 100 Club 4, 1'-P ah ROBERT N. KNITTEL Bob 99 Nester St. St, Thomas Club 1, 25 Honor Roll 35 Maroon and White 45 Bowling Club 15 Golf Club 25 German Club 35 Chemistry Club CSec.j 45 Debating Team 45 Oratori- cals 15 Intramural Sports 1. Z, RICHARD L. KIRSCH Slim 63 Robin St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 45 Bowling Club 1, 45 Spanish Club 25 Art Club 35 Craft Club 15 Spotlight Club 4: "B" Squad Football 2, 32 Freshman Football 15 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. JAMES J. KIRVVIN Boosey 470 Driving Pk. Ave. Perpetual Rosary 35 Sodality 25 Band .1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling Club 1, 2, 35 History Club 35 Craft Club 15 Mission Bouts 1, 2, 45 Intramural Sports 3. f FRANK KOWALSKI Frank 264 Humboldt St. Perpetual Rosary 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mission Unit 25 Bowling Club 15 Ski Club 45 Spanish Club 45 History Club 35 Safety Patrol 45 Intramural Sports 35 100 Club 4. sf GEORGE J. KREHLING jack 447 Grand Ave. Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Hunt ing and Fishing Club 2 Science Club 1 History Club 3 Spanish Club3 Music Appreciation Club 3 Swim ming Club 2 Intramural S orts I 2 3 100 Club 2 l952 s Q 08 nmli HOWARD C LAPPLE Howie 1166 Clinton Ave N Perpetual Rosary 7 3 Glee Club 3 4 Safety Patrol 3 Varsity Football 3 4 B Squad Football 2 Intramural Sports 1 PATRICK LAVELLE at 240 Clinton Ave. N. Perpetual Rosary' 3 4' Bowl- ing Club 1' Mission Bouts 3 4' Intramural Sports 1 2. JOHN KRENZER Luke 2556 East River Rd. Mission Unit 23 Bowling Club 13 Mission Bouts l, 2, 31 Intramural Sports 1, 2. JOHN G KRESS ack 101 Winbourne Rd St Thomas Club 1 Honor Roll 2 3 4 Perpetual Ros ary 3 4 Chemistry Club 4 History Club 3 Hunting and Fishing Club 2 Intramural Sports 1 2 DONALD KUDER Don 106 Sterling St Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Safety Patrol 4 Chemistry Club 4 Swimming Team 2 Intra mural Sports 1 PAUL G LATT Pau 1095 Ridge Rd W Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Sodallty fSecJ 3 4 Bowl Club 1 2 3 Frenc Club 2 3 4 Latin Club 4 RICHARD KRENZER Dutch Brooks Rd. W. Henrietta, N. Y. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3. GERALD KREIGER Gerry 350 Harwxck Rd Bowling Club 1 STANLEY KULPINSKY Polack 85 Sobieski St Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Mission Unit 3 Glee Club 3 History Club 3 Chess Club3 Bowling Clubl 3 Intramural Sports 3 100 Clu JOHN LAUCH Lumber Jack 41 Roxborough Rd Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Mis sion Unit 4 German Club 4 Intramural Sports 2 3 ,pn- 'I Chemistry Club 4 ROBERT A. LEBLANC Frenchy' 110 Wildwood Dr. Honor Roll 1' Perpetual Rosary' 2 3' Liturgical Choir 4' Dramatic Society 4' Bowl- ing Club 1 4' French Club 3 4' Glee Club 3 4' Chem- istry' Club 4' Mission Bouts 2 3 4. 'fr RICHARD LEO Dick 163 Saratoga Ave, Perpetual Rosary' 4' Band 1' Science Club 1' Woodcraft Clu 1' Bowling Club 1' Library Club fSec.-Treasl 4' Intramural Sports 3. G1- JOSEPH LERSCH Sleepy 2118 Titus Ave. Safety' Pa rol 3 ' Mission Unit 2' Ski Club 4' Spanish Clu 1 2' Science Club 1' Hobby' Club l' Intramural orts I 'P 4' 100 SAMUEL LICATA Sam 3 Elizabeth Pl. Honor Roll 1' Science Club 1' Craft Club 1' Intramural Sports 1 4. erpetual Rosary ROBERT LOCHNER Bob 595 Emerson St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club 1, 23 Craft Club 13 Acolyte Club 1, 23 Science Club 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. LAXVRENCE MCCARTHX Larry 440 Thurston Rd Bowling Club 1 Science Club 1 Intramural Sports 1 Perpetual Rosary 2 PAUL L MCDONALD Whitey 394 Runes Pk St Thomas Club 1 Perpet ual Rosary 2 3 4 Aquxna der 4 Publicity Staff 4 History Club 3 Reserve Basketball 2 Intramural Sports 2 3 4 R' J X it t 1 9' FRANK J. LODATO Lob 130 Lewis St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Italian Club 33 Science Club 13 Craft Club 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. ROY K. LOTZAR Slim 209 Elm Dr. Perpetual Rosary 2 3' In- COSMO LOMBARDINI Cos 1016 Austin St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 43 Ital- ian Xewspaper 43 History Club 43 Italian Club 3, 43 Camera Club 43 Mission Bouts 43 Intrbldural Sports 1, 2, 4. NV--3' i Xt 5 ll' I, Pi 'if I 'lb ' uv Al Lf JOHN C. LOUGHLIN Feet 413 Lake Ave. tramural Sports 1 2 3. RICHARD H LUI Hot Rod 187 Forgham Perpetual Rosary 7 3 4 Bowling Clubl 3 4 Golf Club 4 Glee Club 3 Intra mural Sports 1 JOHN A LY 'VCH Honest John 75 Colgate St Thomas Club 1 Honor Roll 4 Perpetu1l R vtrx 7 3 4 Sodalits 2 3 4 Chemistrs Club4 History Clum 3 Camera Club 7 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 GEORGE LXWD C eorge 268 Gatewood Ave Perpetual Rosary 4 Craft tbl C lee C lub Mis sun Unit 4 Mission Bouts 7 3 4 Freshm Foot I 1 B Squad Foot all 3 Intramural Sports 1 3 French Club 2 3' History C u 3 Bowling Clu apt J 1 3 4 Scier C ub 1 Craft Club 1 B Squad Basketball 2 Intra mural Sports 1 2 3 4 BRUCE P IURZ Bruce 47 Belmeade St Perpetual Rosary 7 3 Band 1 Boul1ngClub1 Ski 3 Intramural Sports 1 EDVVARD J LX 'N D Moose 55 Harlem S Perpetual Rosary 7 Sodallts French C u 3 Acoxte Club 1 Mission outs 3 Intramura Sports 1 JOHN LX ONS ack 550 Seneca Pkwy Sodaltty 2 Spanish Club 3 4 Htstorv Club 3 Hunting 'ind Fishing Club 2 Bowl mg Club 2 Mission Unit 2 Kraft Club 1 Intramural orts 1 2 3 36 JOHN J. LoNo Long John 131 Commonwealth Rd. Honor Roll 13 Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 French Club 33 Intramural Sports 3. I X. VICTOR M. LOOTENS Vic 34 Southview Terrace Band 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Freshman Football 13 Freshman Basketball 13 In- tramural Sports 2. Cs t R 1 , . P 2, 3. A 1 b 3 ' b ' . , 2. : ' A . 7 Sf . 1 . .fs 'ef 5 - y , , . 3 . . 31 2 . i f ,f Seve ' K f ftyiwy: ' I .' ii . , ' .4 1 -. . , v H V' -Y 1. vw v , , , ., . . 9 J 5 I , 3 , ' - , I , g 3 . L1 I , Av . vt . YAY V ' K 3 . . t. St. .. ' , 2, 33 5 -3 ' 1' 3 3 . 2, 33 l b 3 ' , Of- J -. . : . , I5 : T ' ' 1 j 3 'r 5 B , 43 l A' l 3 -3 . 1 . . , . , hi 3 ' - J ' '- .. Ch fs 7' ' sjg 4 '. ,' 7: ' I I ' IQ., . 1 t .h . G 1 ' V - . k Ar N . . . 1, -. . : ' an - ' f z ' ' : ' . . , . mall 5 ., H . b. I 3 '- .A 5 L I ' v - 1 1 1 ' K7 u 2 . . g K , H K Happy' 1'l1onzf'nts" in fllr. Williafrza' American History Class. S' 1 RICHARD J. MEAGHER Dick 33 Lake Terrace Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club I: Hunting and Fishing CSec.l 23 Camera Club 33 Art Club 3, 43 Rc! serve Football 23 Intramural Sports 2. DONALD F. MILLER Don 88 Florida Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2. 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Bowling Club 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Science Club 13 Craft Club 13 Golf Team 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3,43 too Club 3, 4. XVILLIAM C. MILLER Stretch 1001 Britton Rd. Honor Roll 13 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Craft Club 13 Science Club 13 Debating Team 13 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. ANDREVV J. MITRANO Andy 575 Smith St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club 13 Craft Club 13 Italian Club Z3 Art Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, NICHOLAS R. MELI Dutch 64 Jerold St. Perpetual Rosary 23 Camera Club 23 Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. RAYMOND MILLER Ray 474 Lyell Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Mission Unit 2, 33 Bowling Club 1, 23 History Club 33 Spanish Club 23 Science Club 13 Library Club 2. 33 Camera Club 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 2, 3. JAMES D. MILLS jim 245 Gates St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 History Club 23 Bowling Club 13 Spanish Club 23 Intramural Sports 1, 3, 4. DONALD VV. MOONEY Mo 45 Alford St. Perpetual Rosary 2. 3, 43 Art Club 23 Bowl-ing Club 1, 43 Freshman Football3 Intramural Sports lg 2, 3, 4. 'Ku- THOMAS W. MORRIS Tom 437 Clay Ave. Liturgical Choir 43 Glee Club 3, 43 "B" Squad Bas- ketball 23 Varsity Basketball 43 "B" Squad Football 3. 43 Cooper Marines 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2. X' f A ii? x S JAMES D. MULVIHILL jim 143 Sherwood Ave. Honor Roll 13 Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Bowling Club 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2. 38 RICHARD J. MORIARITY Dick 205 Hague St. St, Thomas Club 13 Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Perpetual Ros- ary 2, 3,41 Sodality tTreas.J 3, 43 Arete 43 Latin Club 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Intra- mural Sports 3. A EUGENE MORREALE Mark Trail 8 Dake St. Perpetual Rosary 33 Liturgi- cal Choir 43 Glee Club 3, 43 History Club 3. 3 x - I iii . . FRANCIS X. MUNGER Fran 3285 Dewey Ave. Perpetual Rosary 33 Sodality 1. 23 Music Appreciation Club 33 Intramural Sports 2, RICHARD C. MUNGER Dick 3285 Dewey Ave. St. Thomas Club lg Honor Roll 23 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, Spanish Club 33 Science Club lg Craft Club lg Intra- mural Sports 1. l952 m Q 08:11.11 LEON D NOVVAKOWSKI Nova 16 Northeast Ave Perpetual Rosars 4 Band 1 Art Club 2 4 Fren h Club 3 Bowling Club 3 Intramural Sports 2 3 5 -t JOHN S OBRIEN Johannes 283 Malden St Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Oratoricals 2 3 Debating Society 4 Liturgical Choir 4 Glee Club 3 4 Spotlight Club 3 4 German Club 3 Craft Club 1 Ta ent Show 4 Intramural Sports 1 Z 3 JOHN J. NACCA Doc 300 Emerson St. Perpetual Rosary 23 Talent Show 4, Italian Club 3, 4, Mission Bouts 1, 2, 3, 4, JOHN J. NEILON Punchy 32 Mayflower St, Perpetual Rosary 2. 3, 41 Glee Club 3, 43 Bowling Club lg Mission Bouts 3, 4: Intramural Sports l. EDXK ARD NICOLETTA Nick 375 Chestnut St Perpetual Rosarx 3 4 Boxxl ing Club 3 4 Historx Club 3 Science Club 1 Crat Club 1 Hunting 'ind Fish ing Club 2 Mission Bouts 3 4 Intramural Sportsl 3 JAMES F OBRIEN O Bie 5 N Goodman Honor Roll 1 3 Band I S e ro Captb Bowling Club 1 Chemistry Club 4 100 Club RICHARD T. NEARY Dick 8 Aldern Pl. Sodality 1, 2. 3, Mission Unit 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JOHN L. NELLIS Jocko 335 Carter St. Perpetual Rosary 3, Bowl- ing Club 1, 2, 33 History Club 33 Hunting and Fish- ing Club 23 Science Club 15 Craft Club lg Music Appre- ciation Club 3g "B" Squad Football 3, Intramural Sports 1, 3, 4. ROBERT J NIERMEYER Bo 29 Keehl St Honor Roll 1 2 Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Maroon and White 2 Aqumader 2 Stu dent Council 2 Mission Unit 7 3 4 Spanish Clu Huston Club 3 Science Club 1 Varsxtx Football 3 4 B Squad Football 2 Freshman Football 1 Fresh man Basketball 1 MISSIOD Bouts 3 4 Intramural Sports 3 4 100 Clu JOHN P OBRIEN O Bie 50 Cottage St Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Bowling Club 1 2 History Cu 3 Spanish Club 2 Science Club 1 Craft Club 1 Mission B uts 2 4 n tramuralSports1 2 3 4 KENNETH G OBRIEN NEALJ OBRIEN Gerrw 478 Clover SI Obie 263 Lexington Axe Honor Roll 1 " Perpetual Perpetual Rosarx 4 Historx Rosars 7 Sodality 3 Safetw Club 3 Spanish Clu Patrol 3 4 Screrce Club 1 Intramural Sports 1 WILMER O CONNELL 313 Mercer Ave erpetual Rosary 2 Liturgical Choir 4 Glee u 3 Ar Clu Bowling Club 1 Hobby Club 1 Mission Bouts 2 4 n tramuralSports1 2 3 4 PATRICKJ OCONNOR Pat 446 Stone Rd Perpetual Rosarx 2 3 Ma room and White 4 Science Cu 1 Librarw Club 2 3 4 Historx Club 3 Bovslirg Club 1 Craft Club 1 ,. 0 , --b .I ' . b . . Q -1 , , w ' 1 v . I . y I 'L 'I f . I l 3' D' ' ' ' 1 , 1,.-, J s ' p 2: ' 4: ' 'z Y , I . N ' . I 'A 5 ,I C 1, 2, ,i 3' b4.- 1 A A . Y LY ' ' . St. ' ' . , : , 2, , 3 , i. 9 3, 4, af ty Pat l 3, 4 ' , 3 3 C - Q ' 9 l b 5 Q J, 4. i 3 ' oi , g I - - I I . -' . ' ' ' . Oc . . ,-9 ,':','P ',3: - . ya . , ,-3 .Vg H, g . hz. . . . 3 . 9 . ' ,' s Clb,,4: r b2: lb,:',' i,: li , i ,,:I- Y 1' Y- 4: 1 1 I , , , - 2 39 ROBERT F OCONINOR Oakte 811 Floyyer Cxty Pk Perpetual Rosary :ee Club 3 4 Bowlmg ub 1 2 ntramural orts 1 DOMINIIC PIAZZA Dom 45 Cummmgs St Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Bowl mg Club 1 2 Sctence Club 1 Chess Club 2 Craft Club 1 Htstory Club 3 Mtssxon Bouts 4 Intramural Sports -13' DONALD J PICKENS Don 3314 Latta Rd St Thomas Club 1, Honor Roll ", 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Ltturgtcal Choxr 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Yarxety Show 1, 2, 100 Club JOHN A O HARA Salts 160 Dorchester Rd Honor Roll 1 " Aqutnader QEdttorJ 4 Maroon and White 2 3 Oratorxcals 3 Publrcm Staff 4 M1ss1on Umt 2 3 4 Spanxsh Club HISIOTW Club Squad Football3 B Squad Basketball 2 Glee Club 3 4 Intramural Sportsl 2 MICHAEL C PALMIERI Flash 156 VS oodbury St P rpetual Rosary 3 4 Sctence Club 1 Craft Club 1 Intramural Sports 1 2 JAMES VV PANICHYSHYNT Punchy 21 Bradfleld St Perpcttml Rovtrx 4 Mtsston tt Go Club r Club 3 4 Cerman Club 3 4 Hnstorx Club 3 Sctence C 1 1 Skt Club 4 Boul mg Club MISSION Bouts " 3 4 Intramural Sports ANTHONY F PANIZETTA Tony 604 Hurstbourne Rd onor Roll 1 er u'tl Rosary " 3 d1l1tx 3 4 Arete CLtter1ry Edttorl 4 Omtorxcals 3 Italian New paper CEd1torJ 4 Latm Club CX1cePresl 4 Chemistry Club-4 Italian Club 3 4 Bowltrg Club 1 RICHARD PARKER Dxck 8 Harvard St Club 4 Mlsston Bouts 3 Intramural Sports 1 2 JOSEPH S PATERNITI Joe Rod 228 Martm St Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Safety Patrol 4 Oratorlcals 1 Bowlmg Club 1 Freshman Football 1 B Squad Foot ball 2 3 Mnssxon Bouts 1 2 3 4 Intramural Sports RICHARD C PELINO Duck 75 Momca St Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Aqumader 3 4 Maroon and Whlte 4 Mtssnon Lmt Svungsters 2 3 4 Scxence Club 1 Variety Shovs 1 Bowling Club 1 2 History u 2 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 JOSEPH B PERTICONE Joe D 1593 Clifford Ave Italtan Club 2, 3 Intra mural Sports 1, 2, 3 RICHARD J PASCUCCI Couchne 67 Wtlson St Ro 2 3 4 Itallan Club 3 4 Craft Club I Sctence Club 1 Freshman Football 1 Intramural Sports 1 2 CARLJ PATRICELLI Car 233 Lake Ave Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Safety Patrol 4 Mxsston Umt 3 Bowltng Club Italian Club 3 Glee Club 3 4 Mxsslon Bouts 1 2 4 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 PETERJ PELLERITO Cumba 42 Marietta St Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Mrs slon Umt 2 Htstory Club 3 Scxence Club 1 Camera Club Z Itallan Club 2 Bowltng Club 1 2 Freshman Foot ball 1 Intramural Sports 1 FRANCIS C PHILIPPONE Frank 321 Lakevlew Pk Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Lxtur gtcal Cholr 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Italxan Club 3, Dramatxc Socnety 3, 4 40 1 Aa, I x ' 5 2, 31, 4g ' ,., ' e , 3 2, ,' g H. 2. 5 g H ' , 2. 4, P - Cl , g ' ' 3 ' g . Un' 23 If , 3, At pet . 3 u- -, , 43 So- Cl ,.3,4:I ' ,: ' 1 9 .,, I ,, :I - 2 , z ' Sp ,2,3,4. 5 " 3,4. : .g g ' ' g . '. q ' , , 9 ' ,llb 2 " I : '- ' f ' 3: ' V. ttBu ' I 2: 'Bn' - A v- - H Q " " 1- -, . : : I ' 5 : ' Q y I, 2, 3, 4, , Q l I . ' 3,l4. ' l Spanish Club 33 History' St. Thomas Club lg Honor s ' ' 9 ll . , 9 ' , , f' 3,1 4' 1 v : l ' ' .' I l - O 1, 3. , . , ' , , 9 I ,- 9 . 3 ' 3 " y 1, 23 I , I .l ' ' - s I ' l l 1 n 3' lj 2,,3, I+, 4' I ' 1, 2, 3, 4,Bat1dl, 2, 3, 45 3 ' l -.9 ' , 3 O Cl b , 3, ' ' ' L ' . - ' - CHARLES C. RUSSO Chuck 178 Sherwood Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, MICHAEL C. SAETTA Sy 2588 Dewey Ave. Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Safety Patrol 45 History Club 3: Bowling Club 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2. RAYMOND SANTORE Big Ray 316 Roycroft Dr. Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club 45 Music Appreciation Club 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2. DONALD SARGENT Sarge 34 jewel St. Perpetual Rosary 25 Bowling Club 15 Ski Club 25 Science Club 15 Art Club 2. 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Golf Club 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. it DONALD F. SCHEG MAITRY A. RYAN joe 107 Magee Ave. Perpetual Rosary 25 Sodality 45 Student Council 25 French Club CVice-Pres.l 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Bowling Club 15 Mission Unit 1, 25 "B" Squad Foot- ball 25 Varsity Football 3. 45 Reserve Basketball 25 Mission Bouts 1, 2, 3. RONALD SANTIROCCO Ron 164 N. Union St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 45 History Club 25 Intramural Sports 1. THOMAS SAPERE Disappear 294 Falstaff Rd. Perpetual Rosary 2, 35 Ma- roon and VVhite 45 Bowling Club 15 Spanish Club 35 Latin Club 45 Dramatic Society 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Golf Club 35 Cheerleaders 45 Chemistry Club 45 Golf Team 35 Intramural Sports 1. 2, 35 100 Club 3. VVILLIAM C. SAUER Bill 141 Mulberry St. Perpetual Rosary 35 German Club 35 History Club 35 Science Club 15 Intramural Sports 15 100 Club 4. . xg GEORGE R. SCHEIL Z Barrel 30 Gregory St. Red 538 Avenue D Perpetual Rosary 2, 35 Intra- Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 45 mural Sports 2, 3. Sodality 3, 45 Acolyte Club 45 Science Club 15 Art Club 4. ROBERT SAYRE Fritz 449 Avenue A Perpetual Rosary 35 Maroon and XVhite 45 Aquinader 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Science Club 15 Bowling Club 1 25 Varsity Football Mgr. 1, 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY J. SCANLON Tim 131 Argo Pk. Honor Roll 1, 25 Perpetual Rosary 2, 35 Maroon and VVhite 45 Aquinader 45 Science Club 15 History Club 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Bowling Club 1, 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 25 Ski Club 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES A. SCHIANO Chuck 229 Adams St, St. Thomas Club 15 Honor Roll 25 Perpetual Rosary 3, 45 Italian Club lSeC,l 3, lPres.l 45 History Club 35 "B" Squad Football 35 Intra- mural Sports 1, 3. ef 'bv NORMAN SCHIED Salty' 197 Goodwill St. Perpetual Rosary' 2, 3g Stu- dent Council 2' Mission Unit ' ee u 4 I ar i ootball 3 4 B Squa Football 7 Reserye Basket btll 7 MISSION Bouts 3 In tramural Sports 1 i952 :mms Q Quai CHESTER P SEIL 744 Av1s St Perpetual Rosary 4 Glee Club 4 Bowling Club 1 Intramural Sports 1 2 PHILIP SHEEHAN Ph1 203 Rugby Ave Honor R ll 3 Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 History Club 3 Spanish Club 3 ee Club 3 Intramural Sports JAMES G. SCHIPPERS Cy' 77 Ontario View St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 4g Mission Unit lg Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2. DONALD SCHLUTER Jon 78 Fairport r etual R sary 2 3 odal1ty 3 4 Acolvte Club 4 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 THOMAS SCHOEIN Tom 177 Aldine St Perpetual Rosary 3 In ra mural Sports 1 FRANCIS J SEMMELMAY Frank 12 Galusha Perpetual Rosary 3 Science Club 1 German Club 4 Intramural Sports RAYMOND J. SCHLITZER Ray' 205 Browncroft Blvd. Perpetual Rosary' 2. 33 Glee Club 3g Maroon and VVhite 3, CCo-Ed.J 43 Oratoricals 3, 43 Debating Society 45 Reserve Basketball 25 Golf Club 33 History' Club 3: Science Club lg Intramural Sports 1, 3. ROBERT J. SCHNEIDER Bob 174 Barberry Terr Perpetual Rosary 7 3 ee Club 3 Bovsllng Club 1 Spanish Club 3 4 Hnstory Club 3 Intramural Sports EUCENE J SCIARRATTA Chick 276 Sixth St Perpetual Rosary 3 4 MIS sion Un1t 1 2 Bowling Club 2 Ski Club 2 Scxerce Clul. Art Club 2 3 4 Fr man Football 1 Freshman Basketball 1 Reserve Bas ketball 2 Yars1ty Basketball 4 MISSION Bouts 1 Intramural Sports 1 2 GERALD SHEEHAN Jerry 309 University Ave Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Glee Club 4 B Squad Football 2 Intramural Sports 1 2 JOHN D SHELDON ack 548 Flower Cnty Pk Perpetual Rosary 3 Glee Club 3 4 Bowling Club 2 Science Club 1 Spamsh Club 4 Intramural Sports ROBERT W SHELLARD Bob 985 Genesee Pk Blvd Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Chem 1stry Club 4 Bowling Club 43 -4934 WILLIAM W SHORTSLEEVE Ben 548 Broadway Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 Bowling Club 1 Golf Team 2 3 4 Intramural Sports 1 S' 62" ROBERT SIMPSON Lefty 261 Pierpont St Perpetual Rosary 2 Glee Club 3 Chess Team 2 In tramural Sports 2 3 lg oi Cl bl3, 5 ' Sty- I 2- 5 . F 1 1 " " d Pep 0, 5 , , 4g 5 -, gGl I , ii . ' f ' S ' . 1 , I 9 " . 1 5 A 1, 2, sf J I if L Q l . Y . . . E3 , , . YW . 'i ' , - ' Q - A , 13 , y g esh- - 3, 2 Y' ' , 2: Sy - ' . , . it .ER . - - I I st' I v i I i Q N ' . I, , : u n A l ' 1 1 y . 1, 2, 3, 4. ' I 0' 6 I qc: I '1 . J ' . . . i 1 ' . 0 2 h - ' : I , I: - ' : 3 1. 1 1 S . 1 1 3 . 1 1. x ' Ag u 1. 1 1 , t 1 ' 2, 3. ' 1, 2, 1 Y , zi ' ' CEORGE H STEINI WILLIAM G STEWE 'V DONALD SKIBA Re 39 St Stamslaus St cal Choxr 4 Glee Club 3 4 Hrstorw Club 3 Intramural Sports 3 RAY Mox D J SZCZEP AN SKI Raw QP1pel 64-9 Ave D Perpetual Rosarv 7 3 Safetx Patrol 4 Bowlrng Club 1 2 3 Art Club Chemrstrx Club 4 Camera Club 4 Sclence Club 1 Model Arr plane Club 2 Craft Club l 3 PATRICK S SMITH Smrtts 112 Argsl St s n Umt 1 2 Bovs rn Club 1 French Club 3 In tramural Sports 1 100 Club I MSE SIDNIEX A GMI l 798 Sew ard St dallts 1 Mrsslon Unxt 1 Acolste Club 1 Intramural Sports l RAYMONIDJ SPALL Ra 299 Mosels Rd Club 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 Hlstory Club 3 Craft Club Intramural Sports l 2 3 it -.,,' Su Mg' 9 '-:-'f-1-if fe? HAROLD F STALDENMAYER Harrx 115 Berwick Rd Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Ger man Club 3 Bowlrng Club 1 Art Club7 3 Intramural Sportsl 3 Svummmg Team Sternre 57 Durand Dr Perpetual Rosary 4 Scxence u 1 Crat Cub 1 Hunting and Frshmg Club 7 Chemlstn Club 4 Intra mural Sports 1 2 FRANCIS A STINER Fran 477 Sherman St ee C ub 3 4 Bow rn Cu 3 HISIDTX Club 3 Freshman Football 1 Mrs s n B uts 1 4 In r'1 ral Sports 1 2 3 DAVID SULLIVAIN Sully 525 South Axe Bowlrng Club 1 Skl Club 2 Intramural Sports 3 if THOMAS TAYLOR Ang 364 Seneca Pkwv Perpetual Rosarx 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Hrstorx Club 3, French Club 7, 3, Golf Club 3, Sk1 Club 3, Xarslty Foot ball Trarner 2, 3, 4, Intra mural Sports l 7 WALTE B LIXSAN Sully VV1nton Rd Perpetual an 2, 3, 4, Chemrstry ub 4, French Club 7, 3 Br 1674 Latta Rd Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Ma roon and Whrte 4 Hrstory Club 3 Chemxstrx Club 4 Latm Club 4 Intramural Sports 1 3 RAOLL SUBRANII Rollo 377 Emerson St Perpetual Rosarx 7 ltallan Newspaper 4 Chess Club 2 Itallan Club 2 3 4 Scrence Club 1 Intramural orts 1 2 EDWARD I SLLLIVAN1 Sully 595B1rr St Perpetual Rosarw 7 3 Band Bows mg ub 7 Craft Club 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2 WILLIAM SULLIVAN Blll BOWllDg Club 1, Sclence Club 1, Intramural Sports 1 4-4 7 P .VY t if I K . . , l I 'vvq el, I ' Si 1 , g 4. ,I - , 522117 "-TT'f:":L, - -"iff , - 2 ts' . rf M-' .. ,, , .,. , . ' . t TH . . . d . ' . ' 5 5 . s'd - V 2 ,- 3 . -' A Perpetual Rosary 3, Liturgi- Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Mis- Perpetual Rosary 3, 42 So- Perpetual Rosary.3g Bowling .' ' l 'g ,g io " ,g 'l'g jg 9 fl ,Z 3 ',-I - .' 1 5 2 ' .' 9 2 1 Z . 3 - 1: , , - I -, 3 4. t , : " ' 1. 2. I l l , . . . ' , ' ' . 'll . Cl b 5 f l 3 3 ' I : 2: ' q , ' Q . 1 V V 7 X Gl l , 3 'l' g . U' .., 3. 41 I b ' -, ' AV , , - - 1 : . , 1 .ro o , 2, Q t .- ' 1 . mu , , , 4, Sp , , 3. 4. 7 1 ' r ' ' : ' , 5 -, 9 A 5 , 1, 2, -l Cl 1, -3 nA rw 'GW ' 'K iz'lu'l1111grlor of fonzorrou' in Sr. Brendzzrfs art flasx. ,iff J RICIIARD XVAISII XX alsbit- 48 I'uxcli St, Irioipor Roll 13 P11-pt-tual Rosary 2, 33 Sndalitx 2. 31 Glu' Club 3, 43 Hunting :intl Iiisbitig Club 23 Craft Club 1: Spanish Club 3: History Club 33 Bowling Club 1, 2. 3. 43 Scitnce Club 13 Mis- sion Bouts 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2. YIANIIQS Il. XVELCH 'lim 66 Austin St, Ilonor Roll 1, 23 Perpetual Rosary 2. 3, 43 Science Club 13 Craft Club 13 History Club 33 Bowling Club 1, 21 Intramural Sports 1. RAYMOND R. VVELLS Ray 4 Lake View Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3. 43 Maroon and YVhite 43 Latin Club 43 History Club 33 Science Club 13 Chemistry Club 13 Intramural Sports 3. DONALD YVIESNER Moe 245 Birr St. Craft Club 13 History Club 33 Bowling Club 13 Science Club 13 Intramural Sports I 7 ,.... '25 t . ' ' fb ,Lx .3 fi 1 3 -IAMES VVOIILRAB ,lim 91 XVhitman Rd. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3,l 43 French Club 33 Spmllghf Club 43 Intramural Sports 3, 4. 4-6 MICIIAKI. A XVIQINS Mike 04 Ibirtl Au. Bowling Club 43 Kit-rinquz Club3 lrtrunui1lSpnt 1 .Q1'1l.ts 3. IAMICS T. XVISLCH Iionx' 341 Flout r Citv Pk rpetual Rosary 2, 33 ,Glen- Club 3. 43 Mission Cnit 2: Bowling Club 13 History Club 33 Baseball Manager 33 Football Manager 2, 3, 42 Mission Bouts 23 Intramural orts 1, 3. THOMAS XV, XVHITE Tom 81 Van Stallen Perpetual Rosary 43 German Cl 1 ub 33 Bowling Club 3 Science Club 13 Camera Club 43 Ir. Red Cross Rep 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2. LOCIS YVILSON Louie 79 Prince St. wling Club 13 Varsity Baseball 3, 43 Cooper arints 23 Mission Bouts 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 3. B' f ., is PHILIP A. VVOOD Yvootlit- 65 Sherton Dr. St, Thomas Club 13 Per- petual Rosary 2, 3, 43 So- dality 3, CPrefectl 43 Arete 43 Maroon and VVhite 33 Aquinader 43 Mission Cnit 43 Student Council 4 lSec.l 3 Bowling Club 1, 2. 3. 4. mf geo. x4l.??,, 5, .- XVILLIAM XVlX'IlIfRRll'I'II Bill 101 Charlton Rtl. Band l. 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 13 Ski Club 3. 43 Bottling Club 1, 13 Acolyte Club 13 Spanish Club 43 History Club 33 Safety Patrol 3. Z4 THOMAS VVITZEL VVitz 150 Rugby Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Science Club 13 Intramural Sports 2. 3, 4. JAMES VVORDEN jim 722 Gentste Pk. Blvd. Band 1, 2, 3. 43 History Club 33 Bowling Club 13 Ski Club 2, 33 Frtnch Club 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES VVURTZ Jim 423 Glenwood Ave. Sl. Thomas Club 13 Honor Roll 23 Perpetual Rosary 33 Band 1, 2. 3, 43 Swingsters 43 Craft Club 13 Acolyte Club 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 1952 gms JAMES DUGAN Jim 2155 East Main St. Perpetual Rosary 43 Ski Club 43 Camera Club 3, 4. WILLIAM A. SCHREINER Bill 373 Knickerbocker Ave. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 St. Thomas Club 1, 23 Honor Roll 33 Sodality 1, 2, 33 Library Club 33 Chess Club 1, 2. CLAYTON ZACHMAX Zack 50 Redfern Dr. I-Ionor Roll 1 3 Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1. KARL P. ZIMMERMAN Gus 98 VVOodman Pk. Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 43 German Club 33 Red Cross Representative 3, 43 Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. PHILIP J. ZIRRETTA Big Phil 153 Norton St. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Italian Club 2, 3, 43 History Club 33 Bowling Club 13 Freshman Basketball 13 Re- serve Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3. SALVATORE GUZZETTA Sal 404 Alphonse St, Spotlight Club 43 Debating Society 4. WILLIAM CORBETT Fat 347 Spencer Rd. Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Craft Club 13 Freshman Football 1: "B" Squad Football 3. JOHN A. ZDANIZCIS Joe Z. 63 Dayton St Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Golf Club 3, 43 Bowling Club 23 Chemistry Club 4. THOMAS C. ZINK Tom 14 Fien Sl Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 4 Sodality 43 Art Club 2, 3, 4 DAVID MACDONALD Drisc 168 Curlew St. St. Thomas Club3 Honor Roll 3, 43 Senior Class P1'6SlllCIllQ Student Council 3, 43 Oratoricals 2, 3, 43 Debating Society 3, fPres.J 43 Mission Unit 33 Maroon and White 43 Golf Club CSec.J 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. JAMES BOULET Frenchy 3 Welland St. Bowling Club 13 Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 47 THE ARETE STAFF AT WORK S 1 The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass was oiiered each morning of the three day Retreat. SENIOR RETREAT The Rosary was said by each homeroom daily. Breakfast after Communion in the homerooms. Ill Rev. Justin McCarthy SJ. minglcs humor with """ solid doctrine. Pl 'wry s 4 avg A, buf Y" ,N very popular spot, Most of the Seniors received Communion daily during the Retreat. 5' I The Stations of the Cross were said by many. S :S ,IMI INK, . 3 A S 9 f,,1y .Qing gi ' -0 " E fy+fF'fsfff??V T54 fi FQ? Q Y ' M?-' w1' ? f W gW f zwifsifia , 1 L. ff"?'4f .ju 'R ' v . -1 Q -- ' S-.NF .Q 'Q 'v f , . ' P 4 1? ','. -if' Lf. FM F, ,f ' . H' 'Z aj Q5"'5',7i'RKi-1, f .A ' ' Q' Liv? .,jf1l.f. if , 'l,i"Q , 2 -My-f'V ,q ff ' 1 ' .-f f ' I W mv- ffg fn, -.f5.51'3.,..'5+'Qi sv Lszlg .., xi 4- .' , W- - .A A. A- A I?- Jwevsx '-N SX' i ,M-,. x ,L A v m 4 N. 1 omfaaqagfafaeeffa Our Lady appeared to lVIaX1m1m and IVIelan1e at La Salette France September 19 1846 MESSAGE If mv people do not lnsten to me I wlll be unable to hold back the arm of my Son As I wrsh ms Son not to abandon mankmd I have to pray wlthout ceasmg for you and xou too must do the same Hxm If the harvest IS a fallure lt IS because of your sms INIV chlldren you must pray mornmg and evening ?JLay.m O Lady of La Sallette hope of smners remember the tears shed for us on Calvary and pray for us who have recourse to thee 50 A . . . , , , . ' ,, . . . ' I Y , 'V 1 God has given you slx days to work, and one day should be reserved for .- Y f .. ' y Y ' ' n I I .Y I 451 PM SR. MARY RAPHAEI REV. JOSEPH A, O'REILLY REV. FRANCIS P. TEVLIN SR. MARY STELLA R.S.M. 43235 C.S.B. 43205 C.S.B. 43085 R.S.M. 41205 SR. MARY STANISLAUS REV. MICHAEL W. WURZER REV. WILFRED MURPHY S . MARY DEMETRIA S.S.J. 42055 C2181 C.S.B. 4207-A5 S.S.J. 42085 Q L, . , Y SR. MARY PAUL SR. MARIE THERESE SR. MARY HILDEGARDE REV. RAYMOND L. PRINCE R.S.M. 4208-A5 S.S.J. 42075 R.S.M. 4210-AJ C.S.B. 4100-A5 I DONALD 1. MURPHY sR. LAURENE MARIE sR. MARY MONICA sR. MARY sUccURsu 43215 s.s.J. 41055 R.S.M. 42195 R.S.M. 4209-A5 51 FAGULTY WITH HOME ROOMS FAGULTY WITH HOME ROOMS 19 REX ROGER I' DE BILLX REX C EORGL E SIIXESIER RFK ROBERT VI HXTE B 7 B 703 B 7 wifi vvfz ww i- REX ALBERT F BI TLER REX THOMAS LAXSLOR REX j LEON ARD CLLLEN REX IHOMAS B NIAILLOI Y B Q101 B 1 B B 107 I' NIR ANDREVV VS MI IR MR JOHN MCGEE MR PAII DONOIIER VIR ROBERTI WIILIKMS B 'O' B 'O CSB 11069 CSB 13015 Ah MR FI CENI' VS OSIR MR IxE'NXE'I H LAI ONDE NIR JOSEPH MOX IHAX EDVVARD J IVXRRELL SB 7 Q SB '04 3165 1073 52 I 1 - 'J I W Y MII ' cs. . C145 ' c.s. . q-' -A1 I Cs. . 4-05-A1 , gffff , VV, Y, 'E r 2 XIV' 'KAI' X I I ' wk .fwfw E 5:54 .K . . J Q' I A R ' ' 5-' 'I 'bs . '-A1 ' c.s. . 130-1 ' AC.S.iAL108J A ' c.s. . 1 '.'-A1 4 1 ., A . V xx x AW 'lil A J! s ' ' I A - A ' Ads. . 4- --A1 cfs. . AQ- 6-A1 ' .. .4 ' A ' . . . 4' A A 1 ' - g AS- ,' 7- - . L.. g ' 1 3 . . MR. C.. . 1-061 '. . . 1- -Ap C C E UNDER- GLASSMAN G0lIN0lL -xt me Sfanding: Joseph Diliabio, Kevin Maloy, Michael Spang, Daniel Brown, Fr. O'Leary. Sitting: Vincent Cardella, Roy Engels, Lawrence Oherlies, Thomas Gutberlet. . CLASS OF 1953 N-ez. Back Rofw: James T. Currier, Rocco C. Cupolo, John G. Burns, James J. Wenskus, John P. Robinson, Justin E. Doyle, Richard W. Townsend, Gerard M. Hafner, Robert P. Burgart, Gerald R. Scardino, Anthony J, Coco. Middle Rofw: Thomas J. Brien, William F. Doud, Peter R. Pancione, Thomas J. Gutberlet, Eugene YV. Yurgealitis, Peter A. Howland, William J. Klem, Vincent G. Cardella, Anthony M. Sortino, Joseph G. DiLallo, F. Donald Femiano. Sitting: Morris B. Culhane, David V. Young, Donald J. Ehmann, Richard J. Walsh, Charles J. Meisenzahl, Stanley J. Konieczny, Cornelius A. Barnett. Kneeling In Front: Patrick J. Suraci, Charles T. Richardsong Robert E, Kinsky, Peter G, Burke, James E. Connorton, Thomas D. Wurzer, Joseph J. DelVecchio, Thomas J. Tucker. Absentee: Richard K. Kurz. 53 ,- 'S ,J gf? 5 Back Row: Louis G. Beyrlein, Anthony C. Biondi, Gerald J. Brockmyre, Peter E. Kress, Joseph F. Rutkowski, Robert C. Bradler, Joseph F. Cunningham, Robert J. Brown, Neil C. Alhart, Edward E. Flanagan. Ronald J. Kent, James J. Boulet, Robert J. Evans. Middle Row: James J. Hubert, Donald E. VVoerner, Edward L. Kernan, Robert G. Ostermann, Eugene C. Brown, Roy C. Rupp, David A. Benzing, Ronald G. Kujawa, Andrew V. DiMarco, John F. Hasenauer, Vincent P. Mitrano, Raymond F. Schmitt. Sitling: David J. O'Connell, Robert J. Rodgers, Frank A. Boccia, James R. Fiannaca, Anthony F. Thomas, Peter S. Totora, Harry R. Flaherty. . GLASS P- f'fgh',If 5 tx z 41 av sf' .4 7 1--. si Bark Row: Duane J. McCoy, Edward M. Collier, Edwin T. Heisinger, Gerard L. Shostad, Robert G. Wagner, Paul B. Schmidt, Joseph G. Hetzler, Richard S. LoMonaco, Anthony P. Gramza, Terence M. Hogan, John M. Slivka, Francis G. McCabe, Lawrence C. Worboys. Middle Rofw: Peter V. Verhagen, Gerald J. Monaghan, George F. Bauerschmidt, Gordon L, Malboeuf, Peter M. Niemi, Herbert J. LePage, Thomas W. Wakefield, Carl J. Mathis, John B. Maier, Robert T. Dobson, Charles E. Magin. Sitting: Thomas E. Brown, Carl W. Skelly, Gaetano A. Maira, John R. O'Connell, Robert W. Hill, Patrick J. Romeo, Kneeling in Front: Robert C. Murphy, Richard J. Lennon, Michael J. Donovan, Joseph J. Carello, James H, Kane, John M. Julian, f7b.renl: Matthew J. Branski, Charles J. Thomas. 54 Bark Rofw: William Beeman, Richard Metsinger, joseph Porter, Frank Anderson, Richard Mastrodonato, Richard Hinkelman, Ronald Roach, William Reeves, Robert Kulser, Ray Nothnagle, John Bieszad, Edward Kinsella, Nelson Owen. Middle Rofw: Joseph Kinsky, Joseph Rocco, Paul Ringelstein, William Farone, Clif- ford Monteau, Timothy Maier, Pat Keenan, Frederick Geiger, Russell Prizzi, Lawrence Oberlies, Donald Young, Louis Pesce. Sitfing: Thomas Hally, Donald Pandina, Donald Nastasi, Edward Maloney, Michael Clark, Roy Engels, Louis Valenti. Kneeling in Front: Gerald Carney, james Wilmot, joseph Madelena, James Enright, Richard Yahn, Donald Arquit, Benjamin Rotolo. 5 -R cv M.,- of 1953 Bark Ro-w: Robert Beir, Anthony Petruso, Leo Hosenfeld, Robert O'Connell, John Redmond, Russell Militello, Paul McGuire, James Quinlan, Victor Kane, james McLaughlin, Donald Shaw, Arnold Schwartz, Eugene Gramza. Middle Row: Thomas Walz, Thomas Burke, Robert Corrigan, William Keegan, Kenneth Trotta Ronald Strynski, Richard VanGehert, William Monteith, Arthur Connorton, Robert Nolan, james Rodenbeck. Sitting: Harry Milleri David Warner, Paul Yengst, Joseph Bayer, Gerald Donnelly, Franklin Kamp, Anthony Nicoletti. Kneeling in Front: Eugene Ferrara, William Attridge, Thomas Lazio. 2 I 8 liarkr Rau: George XVitzel, Norman Dunn, Salvatore Gnvzctta, Fred Foster, Edward tjanoxsski, David Scheg. YVilliam XVinl'ield. Richard Morosco, Nlicliael Spinelli, Bernard Gonthier, Bruce Merkel, john Murray, Robert Graf. fllidtllr' Rune: joseph Clatfie. Bernard Polle, Robert Cooper. joseph Holla, Gerald Yagi, XValter Herl, john Sitter, Salvatore Marianetti. Ralph Irene, George Bridgeman, Patrick Duncan. Sizlirrg: john Klee, Robert Mulholland, Noel Marianetti. Philip Knebel, Peter Mirabella, Richard Palmieri, john Hecht. .flbtrnt From Piflun: james Ranches, james Sillo- way, Patrick McGuire, Thomas VVagorn. P . cinss Back Rome: Paul NI. Mariani, Thomas E. Kick, Gerald C. jesmer, Herbert j. Hunt. joseph M. Maloney, VVilliam j. Napier, joseph B. Dilal, Charles E. Mudge, Thomas C. Eagle, Kenneth R. Clasgens, Thomas j. Herlihy, Edmund j. Viele, Leon A. Kenning. Middlf Rofw: Gene R. Palermo, Richard W. Stewart. Francis K. Hillen, Thomas j. Perry, Robert C. Koresko. Donald B. O'Connoi', Roger L. Rebman, Frank j. Eisele, VVilliam T. VVhite, Edward j. VVesley. Sitling: Richard M. McHale, james R. Norton, Parker R. Small, David L. Kelly, Harold R. LeBoo, Henry F, Kane, Patkick C. Pellegrini. flbxent: Peter A. Tubiolo, joseph j. Villone, Raymond F. Hamm, james B. Brady, Robert j. Burns, john j. Deponzio. -Q.-i' 1? Bark Rafw: George Gumbrecht, VVilliam Bell, Thomas McVeigh, Ronald Furstoss, William Englert, Francis Sheehan, Bernard Streb, Anthony Sellitto, Paul Rombaut, David Alexander, Louis Giordano. ,lliildlf Rfmc: joseph Kane, NVilliam McGuire, Edward Ryan, Roy McHenry, David Maier, Anthony Viva, Hans Scheingrnber, Richard Falzone, john Tschider, Alfred O'Brien, john Kuebel. Sitling: joseph Valenti, Norman Morey, Charles Lech- ner, David Mariani, Philip Alesso, john Lagncse, Eugene Hettel. Knfvling in Front: Eugene Noto, Paul YValker, David Knapp, joseph Petix, Richard Brickler, David Bloomer. of 1953 3 I 6 Bark Rofw: Peter Frachel, Thomas Norton, Robert VVegman, Jay Walsh, James Spindler, Edward Niockevicius, Fred Tee Boon, john Ewing, Donald VVahl, james Sedita, Ronald Mack. Middle Rofw: joseph Infantino, john Kitzel, James Dugan, Richard Spallato, Robert Mason, joseph Sidoti, Gerald Brady. Siiting: Bruce Miglione, Phillip Callan, VVilliam Casselman, Leo Degnan, Edmund Laveck, Louis Latragna, Richard Green. Kneeling in Front: Henry Carducci, John Camardo, Richard Glossner, John Cummings, 57 Back Rofw: John McDonald, Alphonse Arena, James Proud, james Morphet, joseph Gaiter, Richard Smith, Louis Biehler, john Gorsuch, James Sheridan, Gerald Paternoster, Gerald Skerrett. Jlfiddle Rofw: David Fay, john Lyng, Theodore Hauek, John Hawkins, Richard Mackne, Russell Mandrino, William Barrett, Daniel Annechino, Lawrence Culhane, Charles McKenna, Gerald Daud. Sitting: james Monteau, Charles Infantino, Thomas Greco, Robert Kuisella, Daniel O'Brien, Robert Mausso, jurgis Balcuinas. Kneeling in Front: Ronald Piekunka, James Bauman, VVilliam Lechner, Leonard Meisenzahl, VValter Huurman. . GLASS a Back Rofw: William Farrell, Robert Hayes, Ted Dengler, Eric Pendleton, Brian Fallon, Frank Ruh, Robert Farnan, Daniel Granger, john Ashton, John Hickey, James Murphy, Richard Fess, William McGuire. Middle Rofw: Ronald Pasnak, Edward Charbonneau, Thomas North, Clem Wesley, Bernard Flavhan, Lawrence Roesch, Richard Quataert, David Proud, Timothy Napierala, Ronald Hofmann, james Schirmer. Sitting: Wilfred Wagner, Jerome McBride, Richard Bianchi, joseph Reinschmidt, Philip Coene, john Mooney, Paul French. Kneeling in Front: William Foster, Donald Woods, Richard D'Andrea, Cyril Ledoux, john Kannan. Absent: Patrick Larkin, Edward Owens, 58 'W r ' 2 X . I Bark Rofw: Paul A. Eisman, joseph Koesterer, James E. Rieflin, Eugene Schafer, Phillip Genier, Robert Englert, Frederick Wagner, Robert Hargather, Robert Spano, Richard Nier, james Erskine, Richard Gangale, VVilliam Finnerty. Middle Rofw: William Lynch, Leon Thurston, Thomas Bott, David Johnson, Richard Ostrander, Lawrence Hall, Louis Tasciotti, joseph Hickey, David Fedison, George Callemeyn, Brendan Murphy, Robert Lutrario, John Murray. Sitting: Arthur Leo, Richard Thomann, Robert Green, Frank Cutali, Gary Burnett, james Gleason, Guy Salimano. ol1954 -.W Back Ro-w: Gerald Phelan, Michael Spang, Jerome Verstreate, Robert O'Neil, Robert Hunt, Michael Lynd, Lawrence Boudens, john Oplinger, james Cortina, Daniel Brown, Karl Clancey, VVilliam Murphy, Vincent Pompa. Middle Rofw: john J. Schantz, James J. Gerace, Edward R, Durand, Robert I. Burkwit, Edwin T. Clark, Malcolm J. Picard, Robert Neary, john Welch, Robert Gullo, Donald Bloomfield, Russell Guelli, Michael Hynes, Gerald Thomann. Sitting: Lawrence Lawson, Anthony Amorosa, Peter Przysinda, Richard Diejoia, john Wallace, David St. Maurice, Alex- ander Gelardi, Thomas Cass. Abxenlees: James DuRocher, Gerald Rutledge. 59 CT vs, 1 Back Rofu, Robert Mulhern Frank DeCesare James Verrone Robert Monahan John Smrth Charles Vacantl Patrlck McKeovsn Donald Hottors james McCann joseph Cassata James Morrrs Mzddle Rau Thomas Brxckler Gary Martms Charles Stwles Damel Roberts Frank Stees Davrd Fancy Donald Corbett john Degman Robert Gramza Sitting Davxd ONexl Edward Lenhard Wlllram Hawken John Haefner John SchlaHer Robert Fredenck Donald Luczak Kneelzng m Front Eugene Balley Joseph Indouna Aldo Rnellmo George D1G1owann1 Donald AYIOII GLASS Anthony-I Povxo Charles A Reagan Ronaldj Uber John Karp joseph T Gaudmo George E Prendergast Ronald j Felerskx Nxcholas Brancatxsano Middle Row Frank D DeRosa Chrrstopherj Farrell Thomasj Grll Thomas A Raab Rrchard P ONe1l Peterj Noce joseph I Bxttner Patrlck S Iatomasl Lawrence H Schmxdt Gerard G Lochner Donald E Hecht john F Guarmo Nicholas D Branchx Szllmg Carl S Lenzo John T Glrvm, Joseph J Laduca Gerald F Tuxte James A OConnor Thomas J Masseth Angelo D Blanchr 60 I Back Row: Louis J. Salem, Donald J. Mariotti, Paul E. Pellman, Ross J. Morgan, Thomas Hunt, ME Back Row Donald C Congdon Ernest R Persr Peter P McLaughlm Donald E Lattanzro, Mxchael A Lupo Ronald F Wltzel Arthur E Hoctor Leo H Miller Angelo M Maddalena Ch1rles J Carrado Eugenej Kehoe Middle Ro-w Clark F Yeoman Donald T Barnes Anthony J Brmdlsx Wllllam L Cor s1c1 john S McKay Donald R Smlth john J Holland Thomas E Mahoney Louis R Pulvlno Robert A Burke Robert L Hacchetta Szrtmg Charlesj Tobln James D Brown Carl J Colopnexro Thomas F Longulllo Mxchael A Rose Gerard C Doerr jmmcs R Callan Knerlzng m Front Francrsj Reld joseph R Cometa joseph W Mlller Robert G Grabowskl Davrd L Rogers, Urun G Ochs joseph P Russo Ds ME Back Row John P W0jClCChOWSkl john M Hofmann, Stephen Turrxe Paul R Frxedler 1amesB Lyons Edwm DeTamble Leo Fabrls Davrd A Doyle Hans-I Dotzler Damel E Caufield Phrlxp F Cassara Wxllmam T Repp Damel G Kujawa Middle Row Davxd Meagher Stanley M Szczepanskl, Guy R Vxto, Ronald J Nuetzel Robertj Havens Thomasj Lublscher Gene McKay Peter R MacAdam Loulsj Ehmann Rrchard M Kruse, Edwm T Morrxs Szttzng John F Powers Edgar R Begy Joseph F Hawkms Robertj Kneut Peter N Sheppard Dale S Cas terlme joseph E Ryan Kneelzng an Front Louis A Johnroe Bruce A Whxte Charles T Grannavola Gerard J Exsemann Louls V Crvxlettx Rxchardj D1Marco Thomas F Sullivan 61 HO . f - .- - 3 - . ' ' - ' - . ' 7 ' ' ' ' ' '. . . . '. ' L. - . , K . z : . , . I , . . , . - ' 'v Z l , . . , . , I . ', .l ' , . , . A K' s : - -V l . ' . l ' ' ' . , ' .' . ' Y 1 N. . ' : . , . , . , . , . ' . y . . .,, Ve,L v. N. A ge.J:2k ' A ' 1' fps at . . A tftgg its Q i ' .v ef 'J .A A .. 7, W .. V ', 2 K 4 'W O Q ' ., .W s V. .. L 1 gg. ' R ., Y , -' A 71 - J L M .4, ' t .Y G T ,,, .. 3 r: -4' VO' . 'T ' x 's' , ef M , -e 'sr ts . V -1 Q ' T' A . . M. J HO : I . " ', D .. ', . f , . . Q n . 1 - ' . . , , 4 . , V , . I . ' . , . , . ' . : J. , G . b . U ' . v I . - v ' 1 1 ' ' 1 - r ' . ' ' I . .' ' ' . ' f ' . ' ' . ' ' : ' .' 3. . .. ' . u : - . , . , . , . , . , . , . . ME Bark Raw Wxllmam Stephan M1chaelSpoleta Harold Kick Rxchard Wehner Cl1ffordJosl1n Joseph DlF8bl0 John Herllhy Gregory Brxtz Terrance Crandall Anthony Marcello Rxchard Connolly James Plerce lNazareno DErcole Mxddle Rofu, Edward Roberts Davxd Colwas Joseph Caruso Aloysxus Lenhard Maurxce Cunnmgham Robert Short Henry Sheldon Russell Schlmmel Peter Tarrant Arnold Hayes George Stewart Szttmg Rance Horton Paul Lurz Donald Doane Paul Donoghue Judd Dry Jerome Callan George Cocllova Kneelmg nn Front Ernest Carroll Wlllxam Rowe Thomas Lobene Emmanuel Vattxmo Gerald Sullivan Robert Wcxs, Francis Berxtella Back Row James Qumlan Homer D McMillan John F Radl Gerald N Lootens Wlllxam C McGee Terrance W Grlnnan James Hanna Alva E Reed Louis Corbelll Donald L Davrs John W krebs Charles L Karnxsky Robert A Calabrese Mzddle Rofw Roger R Bossert Henry A Yount CharlesJ Camera James C Rendsland Lawrence D Murray Jerry Clnllord John P Reeder Homer N McG1ll Frank E Kesel Lawrence T Dowdell Rxchard J Habes Slttzng PeterJ Lowery Gerald A Benjamxn Rlchard B VVarth Charles P Welzner Edward A Wollensak Ronald R Bergm Terrence Brady John P Sullnvan N-40 pe 0 SSI 4 HO ': I . . - , . l Y . , . , . . . y I . 1 , - Y H ' . l . ' . ' . ' 1 1 ' .' 1 ,y 1 l . 1 1 1 v 1 1 ' ' 1 I . - 5 1 . . , , . y . I . . . I : . 1 . . , U , . .I y . . . Y . ' Y ' . 1 7 ' ! Y ' Y - . . , . v . : . u , ' . , . , ' ' 1 I . ' v b 1 l : . 9 - 1 ' . 9 ' 9 . ' . ' : ' . ' . ' l ' ' ' . ' . ' ' Rxchard F. Whxtley, Paul J. Wenzel. Kneelzng rn Front: Ralph A. Horton, Charles J. Beyrle, Nomzan E, Rickard, Danlel S. Hoffend, . , , . . I sw f mu ' ' 2 qw-L 2 G: ' I 3' ,. 1 l ,f s 1- ' ' 2 J 2- 'J .- Ts F-1 Q 'JT A , 'G' n K ' A 1 I A 2 7 f J L . an 1 g 1 ,J 1 Q. vga if 1 ,.,, M. - rr . N f , 1 ,V lx l , ' X ' K H SS l ME A Back Row Anthony Selvaggxo Vmcent Parella Robert Flugel Edward Socha Gregory Vxexra Thomas Elphlck Lawrence Pudney john Shaughnessy Wxlllam Wedemyer Harry Dedee Paul Bayer Paul Zukowskl Samuel Merlo James Herdt joseph Neary Middle Row Carl Gardner Davxd Kenna Thomas McEntee Douglas Drabxn Thomas Chxchettx Mxchael Snow Lawrence MPdlCl Alan Lockxngton Norbert Haller Paul Von Bacho Robert lNe1chbrodt joseph Schmxdlm Robert Denms Davxd Krrby Bernard Farnung Sitting john Merkel Ronald Scuter1 Thomas Collms Anthony Marrone Stanley Dernoga James Freemesser Robert Perexra Fred Pawlowxtz Anthony Mazza Robert Schenkel QL- ,.L I 7 ME A Barb Row Peter J Mermagen Rrchard M Strfter Rrchard M Panchyshyn John E Collms, Robert E Gores Robertj Flanagan Wxlllam F Haas Edward T Keenan Martm F Marron Melvm F Mayer Raymond C Weldmann Dan1elT Hanley Carlos I Echamz Robert W Neary David B Ehmann Middle Raw Leoj Zrentara Rxchard G Gratzer Wrlham-I Wahl George M Kalabry Robert L Meteyer Edward C Mrrguet Michael T Tomamo Wrllramj Seymour Joseph L McDonald Harry J Kolb, Wrllram F McCall Wxlham D LaVasseur Gerald P Ma dalena john W Carmody Joseph R Majszak Slttmg Danlelj Culhane Danxel T Ireland Melvm W Mmarxk Ross D Sanelll Gerard P Schendt Dommrc J Tramo Kenneth M Carduocl Wrlllam J Clark David A Schmxtt Jamesj Koerper 63 Q GLA 0 1955 N74 l YVNWAT W, MMM l ' I 1 1 Af f 4----..w .,.- ,,., --1,,.,, ,Au-,L , . l l : E l Q 3 1 l 1 l A e HO - . . f . ' 1 ' 1 1 . . 1 , - Y I ' s 1 - , , . ur. . : l 7 7 . ' . . ' . . ' . ' ' . . ' , . , 1 Y , , ' . . :v , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1, "' 'W'-f 1----'HM -- Te- MMM - 1 . ,, ,..,-,, l l ' . , 2 L i f M 2 I l . HO , 1 . , U Q . ' , ' . , I . . . . - 1 - 1 l - 1 .' 7 . ' 1 . ' V l. ' . .' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' 1 : '- . I ' ' ' ' ' . I ' . '. ' ' ' ' ' l ' '. . . 7 . ' ' ' ' . . ' ' - ' .' . I .' ' : . '. . ' l '. ' . ' ' ' ' ' - 1 - 1 ' 1 - s - 1 ' ' S is.. A Back Row john E Wrlkm John A Smock Nrcholasj Gxannone George M Btttner Thomas D Gaesser Donald D Blum Anthony M Costanza Anthony L Ctnottx Kennethj Aman, Roger W Anderson John-I Wallace Robert A Schaeffer Robert D Deegan john A Rovabaut Lawrencej Guzzetta Middle Rou Robert E Nrger Donald L Wohlrab Thomas M Cahxll Gerald C YVunderl1ch Ronaldj Thorpe john L Fonda Henry N Angelone Frank P Masuzzo Salvatorej Palmert Gerard P Bell Edward H Schmuck Stephen F Barber Paul E Arends Robert G Bayer Bernardj Reeder Srttzng Robert G Tterney Georgej Nowak Thomasj Hall Ronald A Kuhn Lowell C Bay Robert B DuBors Robert S Coffaro Wlllrs H Brxtton GLASS A Bad' Row Harry R Rapp Davtdj Taylert Phrlrp E Tannacome Richard D Petnllt Robert L Neary Edward A Rttzel Stanley E Popen David L Cottertll George L Metzger john T Sandman, Wrlltam P Greene, Wtlltam J Eckert, Rtchard P Berktrch, Peter L Grassadoma, Thomas R Mtller Middle Rofw Raymond R Carpenter, Henry F Balcom, john I' Regan, Donald -I Cattalanl, Martm J Rxedl, Michael E Meyer, Patrick T Reddy, Donaldj Summers, Paulj Petrotta, Robert R Lane, Walter M Buchowteckt, Robert T Sherelts, james R Wheater, George D Toner, Paul j Mater Srltzng Donald P Strner, Wrllram E Casey, Robert J Schefter, Danrel J Kolasa, Wllltam B Buns, Robert F Brnsack, Donald A Kirby, Wmfrted M Kellner 64 1 a r r l f 2 ' .I ,J 'K .4 J ,S M to , -- -f ,r as I' J , -' if T1 -' 4 - az, ff M 'ff '-4 " - " ,T " E., '- e L w r bf' J 1 Q A 1 r' 1 f A' 4 1 , - ' s 7 r 4' ,Q - 1 4 r, - 2. P 0 " ' . .. My Q K ' ' : P' k. ' . Y ,, .. , g if ea t X -' I 4, I f , . 3 ' Y., ' ,X 1 ' , 1 L ' - , 1 'K CN -sw, t it A - : . . . Y . Y . u . , . D I . Y n , . , ' . , v n , l Q . , . , . v - .1 - 1 V - - l: ,. . , , . . , . , 8 . , - y ' 1 - t ' 1 . , . ' . , I . - l ' r ' V ' 9 ' fl 7 . . I . ', . , - s - 1 ' 'I ' , . , . . I 1 A oversee A l A I - - : U q ' . ' , .. 1 J . . . .y . . . . ' V' . ' . .7 ' , ' . ' ' . ' . ' ME A Back Row John-J Baker Anthony Rovxtellx Frederick Gabriel Charles Stewart Paul Ayers John Apton Richard Furstoss Russell Zammitta Maurice Harrington Richard Lancer William Steves John Cavalier Ronald Allen Richard Wiater Vito Makanskas Mzddle Rofw Joseph Rabldeau James Leocese Vincent Gionta Charles Attardo Francis Ricotta Richard Reddmgton Arthur Gaxsser Paul Mance Michael Roche Emil Vogel John Flannery John F Baker Charles Manlocx Donald Tostl Raymond Cama Szltzng Daniel Attmase Peter Provenzano Thomas Zdanowskx Philip Rotolx Norman Caccamisc George Gagmlr Richard Casey Christopher LaDelfa Charles Dresser 9-1. ME A Back Row: James L. Kazmark John J. Hodgetts Robert A. Carronc Norman G. Schfm Francis G. St. George Martin W. Schofer Philip R. Martell Richard W. Dohr James R. Orlowski Franklin J. Mammano Paul B. Muldoon John A. Shields Bernard J. Fleming Robert J. Perry Thomas L. Conroy Richard J. Orczyk Donald A. Eckler. Middle Row: John E. Fitzgerald Michael A. Judd Milo I. Tomanovich Gerald F. Edwards Thomas A. Gocsuch Donald A. Stilson David P. Kelly Donald P. Gray Gerald J. Donovan James H. Caschette Carl A, Casaccia Gerald L. Merkle, John E. Frederick Raymond A. Ferrigna Albert G. Neu. Sitting: Thomas D. Moore William J. Thieme Joseph P. Mandrino, William 'C. Smith, Leo F. Shatzel, Joseph O. Perna, Thomas D. Recine, Edwin J. Reiter, Patrick V. OMealia. 65 .ge-i 1 ' F l ' ' J .,.,,, . I l I I , .. , Back Row: Edward Stanny, Thomas Alaimo, Thomas Cooper, David Carapella, Alfred Fields, john Fink, Charles Otero, Ronald Galusha, Floryan Sowinski, VVilliam Oldfield, Terry VVhite, Richard Mangan, Richard Dailor, Phillips Gibson, Ronald DeFrance. llliddlf Rofw: Thomas Phillips, Michael Cap- pette, Edward Gervickas, David Hogan, Anthony DiMarco, Samuel Farina, john Concannon, Stephen Mazzochetti, Donald Osborne, joseph Lagreca, Robert Henry, Thomas VViesner, David Kohler, Vvalter Hickey. Sitting: Robert Quinn, Richard Osterman, joseph Compitello, Fred Antinora, VVilliam Anderson, Ronald Santelli, Richard Martin, joseph Schirmer, john Flynn. .-lluent: David Hoadley, Bruce O'Connor, Robert VVelch. Q GLASS Bark Row: Robert Bauman, john Foley, David Bertsch. Thomas McManus, Robert Doherty, james VVegman, Herman Busam, Clayton Gehring. james Faker. joseph Scharr, Richard Volpe. Paul Buckner, George Blickwede, Thomas Newhart, joseph Messura. Illiddlf Row: Philip Turrie, August DePrez. Richard Nevinskas, Thomas Bristol, Michael Butler. Chester Villa, Bruce Torkington, Donald Byrnes, john Bartoszewicz, Bartholemew Dambra. Anthony Scuderi, Casimir Maciejewski. Charles LaMonica. Norman Laudisi. Francis Doherty. Sitting: Robert Cirre. Michael Piotrowicz, Roger Horton, VVilliam Corterill, james Coughlin, Daniel O'Brien. Arthur Caputo, Leonard Davies, john Nuccitelli. xllfsffzl: jon VViig, Charles Belmont. -1 Bark Row: Richard LeBlanc, Leonard Hack, Gerald Fredette, Richard Whitbourne, Thomas Brook, Frank Perricone, john Bonn, john Henderson, Richard Powers, Noel Smith, jack Ritz, Louis Trabalzi, Thomas Dittmar, Paul Mueller, VVilliam VVallace. Middlr Rofw: Andrew Markeae, Robert Ross, Joseph Rossi, Gus Simouttti, Richard Renaldi, joaeph DiTucci, Richard Hollaert, Paul Malzinga, james O'Neil, Charles Rischenole, Ronald Maier, John Kelly, Anthony Mcformick, Robert Kretchmer, Samuel Lopalo, Silling: Theodore Lincoln, Richard Marcella, Gerald Burkhardt, XVilliam Schaefer, Gene Coraer, Michael Fischer, Roger Napier, Thomas Roncinake, Raymond Chapman. of 1955 ,m aef I g " r f -4125155 17:--' 4 1 S A e A ! lA l l Bark Rofw: William J. Kelly, john R. Papaleo, Matthew C. Visbaras, Joseph D. Waters Robert N. Krapf, joseph G. McCall, John W. Duemmel, David -I. O'Connor, Robert L Schmitt, Gary C. Schonleber, Joseph S. Sanfilippo, Lawrence R. Palvino, james H. McMahon, Patrick J. O'l-Iara, William E. Austing. Middle Row: George V. Riley, Paul T. Sheehan, Gary M, Pap rocki, Anthony T. Morrealle, Robert E. Carpenter, Edward G. Adam Frederick W. Smallenburg, John C. Soskti, Francis M. Costello, Anthony J. Martelli, James D, Rife, George T. Huber, Lawrence J. Streber, Anthony R. Turrisi, john A. Schifano. Sitting: Earl T. Skelly, Richard P. O'Connell, Charlea A. McKay, Gerald E Sullivan, Richard J. MacKay, Thomas B. Wiest, Gerard K. Roncinske, Louis A. Siracusa, Eugene T, Oliver. Kneeling in Front: Samuel J. Privitera. 67 Hx X 'R 3 ME A Bark Rou George A Salemr John-I Martone Gerald F Kotwas Thomas-I Urquhart, G Thomas Bull Joseph F Petrosmo John Hebert Dommrc A Pane Phlllp Mathis Edvun L Flynn Ronald Phrlllps jamesj McKeown Dean S Stanwux Illzddle Rou Rrchard McGlynn Robert S L1tragna VS awne T Pap pert Ronald M Lethy Ralph R Przybyta John A Zachman lawrence Donosan hKllll'UH Branch: Donald Blnnert Daud Moore Danrel Dugan Rrchard Lentlne john Samuelson Carl Gangarossa Stephen Rams .Szilzng Daud Lechner Rlchard Messura, Edward P Hurkstaa john Schueler Robert Hayes Carl Schaefer Donald Bargy Robert Xount GLASS of 1955 A ,.. 'X ME A Bark Rofw Lowell McNally Robert Flemrng Walter Casper Floyd Hegedorn Davrd Boland oseph Brogan john Burgro james Horn john Cleary john Carey john Yeager Robert hnrrght Leo C rrthn Danxel OMar1 Rtchard Lrndner M1ddlr Rofw hdward lJlPl'lfHd Terence Sheehan Robert Naughton Robert iorletta George Farmer Lester Fischer Wnllnam Frscher james Forgrone Ihomas Cardrle Herman Bmlrngmaxer Gerald Puerce, Mark Brown, Prank Delaus, Thomas Heffernan, Rrchard Howland Srllmg Owen Dolan, john Hammerl, Michael Heberger, Albert lJ'AmbfOSl3, Michael Brownell, Ronald Boothby, Gerard Empey, john Dobbertrn, james Lelcht Absent Davld Galen, Lloyd Berardl, Leon Pearson 68 l Wymkm II I I 5 A E i . 1 I ' 1 ......-...... In , , I 'ls I I, Q hp' ll - , r .1 , J - I an ' A--' " ... " :I " Q " N 1 I . v I g f' 1 , A 'Y -A 2 3 , xx " ' 4 - - a - 7' I ' i .J ' 1 f 4 ' t 7, .'. S ' ' 1 .zg J. "' .A " '-'I 4 ' to 1 W L 'A '- . I' A . ' I 14 X ...,.,,,. v- ' HO - ' - r . - v . . - t .. .- . 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I .I . . .I . , , . . . . , . t , - - v A . - I Iv , I s 1-font Row joseph Roncone Gregory Rhodes Robert Bates Thomas Wagorn Gerald Rutledge Frank Cesalonx Semnd Rofw ohn Izzo hvlllldm Schmrtz Anthony NlC0lCttl Richard Kurz Paul Curran Wllllam Clarr Frank Syracusa joseph Fabrlzx Thzrd Rofw Rrchard Mfrhar Wrllmm Donman Wrlllam Stanny Matthew Branskt Arthur Connorton Kevm Maloy Thomas Burke Rrchard james Ranches lame Durocher YV1ll1am Buchel Owen Butler Salvatore Pellrngra Front Row Joseph Mazzullo john Ferns Arthur Yeagy Jerome McCarthy Charles Belmont Lawrence Derleth Charles Marang Norman Slayer Stephen MacAdam Bark Row Rtchard Leary, john Wtsner Edward McGraw Wrllxam Carey Richard Garlen Gus Caschetta Jerome Roach Lloyd Berardr Leon Pearson jon Wug Nrck Mastrella 69 i Meyer, john Delehantyj Robert Mason, Philip Burke. Bark Rofw: Richard yWarne, Edward Schlneider, Darwin ,Crandall, Charles Thomas, l ' : 1 . 1 ls r 1 v 'fri ff-fy, lififi 1 nr' 4 .I A ' 311, i Ja I 3 Q x H 'Xxx- www' X 4 sq, o Q .lsr 1. .k eq Q ir If xx - f 1 li J-E., .1 4 ,' -3. A 4 , if? 'ffw fzfi' if ,J 'Af , 2' 2-55' . 1 J- ' - , '51, . qw .. .,,,j ' 29 F5 I sf' li- Q K lk iwvvif' .f,,V,. W in -f .N A 3 ' ,. ' -F -v 'rlfk 9 ' 71"'il13.i'-P1 , . ,L 'F Q, ,K nt - IK.: 5.3 Q i if Mi A wE' Wf?k 'W f 3, f 2 Q 1 '+Q"'l-L Jai' 4"'i'x's ,Q fax ' ' 1-fb., ,, 32 Stude 'Q I" 4-ir" Umiadgof Our Ladx appeared to Bernadette Soublrous at Lourdes France 18 times from Februars ll to Julx 16 1858 MESSAGE I do not promlee xou lmppmess un rhrs llfe but onlx ln the 1 ehureh to be bllllf at Lourdes and that PTULLQNIOHQ eome there ?wy,em In umon ws 1th Rlarx let us honor esus ln the Sacrament of the Eucharlst and let us merefme 1n our devotxon to Our Ladx of the Rosarv 72 7 . . . V - V . 7 .. I ' ' ,, . V . i . . . V . I . I , . . . , , next - Pennncel Penance! - I am the Immaculate Conception - I wxsh I 1 I ' y' v . . .I ' - 1 Cx I ST. THOMAS CLUB One of the least mentioned but most important clubs in the school is the St. Thomas Club. This club is composed of students of outstanding scholastic ability. The requirement for membership in the St. Thomas Club is an average of ninety or more and no mark under seventy-five for all four quarters. To be eligible for per- manent membership one must have made the club all four years. This club stands for a manifestation of outstanding ability and cooperation on the part of its members. The St. Thomas club is largely responsible for the fine fi scholastic rating of Aquinas which is one of the highest in New York State. ' -r" 53" . X 1550, f .rs -,gh ,U , - 3- ,554 fr i . 1 Y , . ll 4 ' ' lF'a'lE fx' J: . 1 ,V IQ f Y Standing: William Corsica, Robert O'Neill, Edward Owens, Gerard Hafner, Charles Vacanti, William Rieflin, Robert Burke, John Tscheider, Donald Cieslak, Anthony Biondi, Richard Kurz. Middle Rofw: james Rieflin, Kevin Maloy, Charles Ross, Richard Meyer, Richard Mackne, Gary Martins. Kneeling: David Young, William Farrell, James Gal- lagher, Vincent Cardella, john Lynch, Richard Brickler, Maurice Culhane, Robert Kinsky. , ,, ,,vQ'!Ai,-,'?aA 0 Fr. Grescoviak lDirectorl, Paul Latt fSecretaryl, Phil VVood lPrefectD, james Gallagher QVice-Prefectj, Richard Moriarity QTreasurerl. Members of the Perpetual Rosary during their weekly recitation. THE SODALITY "Ad Jesum per hlariamu, the motto of the Sodality summarizes the entire program of this world-wide organization. The three-fold aim of the Sodality, namely personal sanctification, apostolic works to help others, and the defense of the Church, challenges all Sodalists to a rather extensive program. To live up to the first aim, every Sodalist is asked to perform various daily obligations, which, when diligently adhered to, add greatly to his character. These important obligations include: recita- tion of the Rosary, mental prayer, visit to the Blessed Sacrament, examination of conscience, spiritual reading, and Daily hlass and Communion, if possible. lllany organized projects, both in the school and the community, afford the Sodalist an opportunity to exercise his apostolic zeal to bring others closer to Jesus through hlary. During this one school year,ithe Aquinas Sodality has organized the Perpetual Rosary in the school, sponsored the Daily Blass, en- couraged daily Communion and sold religious articles. This Apostolic work has not been conhned only to the school. A youth center in the city was started by the members as a place of instruction for Negro children, and a recreation club for boys and girls of high school age. It is encouraging to note that this center is now prosper- ing and surpassing all expectations. In erecting the very efficient pamphlet racks in the Sodality conference room, they have attempted to give every student the opportunity to increase his knowledge of the Faith, while at the same time help the Sodalists to carry out their third aim, defense of the Church. Two members of the Sodality, Anthony Biondi and Joseph Valenti, sell religious articles before a Mothers' Club meeting. Sodalists pray at the grave of a Trappist monk during a visit to the monastery at Pilfard, New York. Apostolic Committee, Standing: Gene Hettle, Richard Kurz, Gus Owens, Tom Eagle, Ro bert Gramza. Sitting: Tony Pan- zetta, Tom Tucker, Bob Ma Marian Committee. Standing: Sam Profeta, Bart Caterino, Tom Eagle, Tom Zink, Roger Bossert. Sitting: Bob Davis, Vin Cardella, George Scheil john Lynch, Gerald Hafner. SOD. ,qu-4, 9 Eucharistic Committee. Stand- ing: Alex Tomanovich, George Prendergast, Bill Foster. Sitting: Gus Owens, Phil Alesso, Pat Pellegrini. Publicity Committee: Standing: Mike DeLaus, Pete Kress, jim Norton. Sitting: Don Schluter, Bob Bradler. 75 THE AQUINADER STAFF Standing: john Kinsky, Dave Davin, Dick Polino, John Cannon. Spnfpd- Dave Knann. Iohn OYHSIB. MISSION OFFICERS Standing: Robert Hanss, Robert Hodges, John O'Hara, Robert Xier- meyer. Sealed: Fr. Looby. FRESHMAN MISSION LEADERS Left to Right: Thomas McEntee, Bob Doherty, Charles Manioci, Harry Kolb, john Shields, John Ritz, Pat Reddy, John Concannon, W. Britton, Larry Polvino. MAIN SCHOOL MISSION LEADERS y 2, om THE MISSIONS Although Aquinas is nationally noted for its successful football teams and magazine drives, the most far-reaching and all-inclusive school activity is the Aquinas Mission Crusade. As members of the Catholic Students' Mis- sion Crusade, Aquinas follows a three point program of mission support: prayer. study, and sacrifice. The student body is constantly reminded of the great need for spiritual assistance for the men and women who devote themselves to God's people. The intention of the missions is continually remembered in individual prayers and each homeroom follows a program of hearing Mass and saying the rosary for the intention of the Missions. In each homeroom there is a special place for Mission magazines, and in the library interested students have access to almost every Mission magazine published. For the third point, Aquinas has a well organized program of sacrifice which is undertaken by the students themselves, The daily homeroom col- lections and the annual sale of Christmas cards are very well supported. To inspire competitive spirit, Mission assemblies are held and a monthly paper, the "Aquinader", is published to inform the student body of homeroom standings. Throughout its existence the Aquinas Mission Crusade has grown in size and spirit. It was the subject of an article in the f'Oblate World' for its fine work. This year, under the guidance of Fr. Looby and his capable staff, con- fidence is held that all previous records will be surpassed. f s One ofthe results of the generosity of Aquinas students. The Mission Center. .f-uqq, Fr. Looby blesses the home built by Aquinas students. Fr. Looby inspects Il typical flleximn home. is 'Q fs i QYJQ2 Jvfeg, fitsgggf , F stf nlll 1 1 ,, 1 g I 1 , 2 n 1 v I , ,,.-... ' M ...,. ft.- ' " is-,-,mn . w-.Q.-- K, . ""' " ff S, , -'5?e1-l92,,?-A-:Cf 'fs ' S uw IMA- Mgwlfvfi-Sits' ,MYX The flquinfzs Chrzpef. ounlnrfnesss IN TEXAS f The mush used dispensary at the fllission Center. W lr Lflhbj fntertnzns the murhathos A -Q.. - 1 v, v , ,. V K' Wvgmhflg CLUBS 'flu' cluhs of Aquinas for tlu- most part, contintu- tlu' work of tlu' clztssrruun, :uul are SLT up to increase :ul interest in tlu' subjects Iilllllllf tlufre. 'flu' ltz1li:u1 lfluh sponsors Z1 play, tl1lllCl'S, pulmlislu-s Ll-Xquillno, zuul has :1 l7IlllklllL'I :tt tlu- mul of tlu- scluml year. 'flu' Lzttin Cluh cruleztxors to cnstill :ur 2lPl3I'l'Cl1lI'l0I1 of tlu- lllIlQlllflL'l'llf works in ECL'lt'Sl:lStlC21l Latin. 'flu- LlllL'llllSIlAj' Cluh pcrfnrnls laborat- tory experiments not incltulvtl in tlu' Clll'llllSfl'j course. 'flu' Debating Souix-ty has hzul nuuu' contests with schools from ilnrncstmvn, Buffalo, zuul New York. 'fhe Sporliglmt Cluh has plmlllcetl svwrztl plays during the year. 'flu' Suu-ty l'z1tml dirt-cts tlu- truffle of tlu- Sl'lllli'llIS lu'fm'e :uul utter sfluuml. 'flu' lllCIIllX'l'S of rlu-so rlulws Slllllllll lu- L'0llQ'l'ilIlll11IL'tl fm' tlu- um-rt-st slumwn in those :wtivltu-s. bk QS We SAI' ETY PA I ROL Nioderrtor I'r Rllex C tpmrn limes U Brun lieutenant XY llllam Blum ITALIAN CLUB Moderator Mlss Cappellxno President Charles Schlano hee Presxdent James Bonanno Treasurer Anthony Caxola Secretary Eugene Noto CHEMISTRY CLUB Moderator ............ Fr. Wilson President ......... Howard Dalton Vice-President ...James Gallagher Secretary .... .... R obert Knittel 78 . fi 5 for is aw F' . SPOTLIGHT CLUB AND TECHNICIANS Moderator ............ Fr. Cullen President ........... Robert Davis Business Manager..Ormond Dailey Stage Managers .... John Comardo, David Knapp, Richard Yahn Technical Director..Dennis Gibson SPANISH CLUB Moderator ........... Fr. Warren President ...... james McLaughlin Vice-President .... John Tscheider Secretary ........ Raymond Frenz an lx., . if 'F' X 6' J D J Y W . ' .W QL, 3 ,. Qi? A Q AX 47" 'K l,,. 6'-Si P.,-f ART CLUB Moderator ........ Sr. M. Brendan President ......... james Culhane Vice-President .... Patrick Carrichio V- 'w CAMERA CLUB Moderator ............ Fr. Lawlor President ........... Peter Turner Vice-President..Eugene Yurgealitis Secretary .......... William Blum Treasurer ..... David Knapp 1r'l'??"':"""'Q?q. DEBATING SOCIETY Moderator ........... Fr. O'Reilly President ...... David MacDonald Secretary ........... Robert Hanss Vice-President . .Lawrence Oberlies BIOLOGY CLUB Moderator ............. Fr. Cross President .......... Thomas White Vice-President . .... joseph DiFabio Secretary ............. Orrin Ochs 81 Y VPHKH LKINNWI vlvnznxu A medical act provides humor at the Talent Show. A serious moment in The Ghost Train. "Horror" in Harvey. As cene DRAMATICS The Spotlight Club is one of the most successful organiza- tions at Aquinas Institute. This outstanding achievement is due largely to the capable leadership of Fr. Cullen, the director. Their first presentation was the hilarious "Haney", starring lValt Herman, Jack O'Brien and Dick Green. Following this the club staged the mystery comedy "The Ghost Train", with Gerry Grassi, Don Bull, Cathy Gilhool, Kay O'Hara and Joan O'Brien. Besides the two plays, the club also sponsored a Talent Show in which any student could participate. The first prize was won by Ralph Irene, who played the accordian. To the supporting cast, the stage crew, and the business staff also goes much credit for making the two plays dramatic successes. A lady in distress, I i S' 't r W' .5 'ZIP i ,1 Cry, 1 f hw, . Q3 QM 3, , f'-1. ,. :ii . I' Q- QM L 'S - , 1 . 4. V1 .4 K . . 0 5 , .' ww- -'?'Q'?f 12'i.f" fl IOWR, 1 FII Qu IQ? f O 9 N , My r- . -' ' . .-9' ug I , V' ' ' L I IA: Fawn' ,Q ' 5.4. A Y -'3' lt, 4 , . 5347 X' , A H 'ff-f ', 6 8 'shy .xf,4- 1- , - , ,ip f . P ' 1 ' L , ' ' I . n V - 1 "v:w.' 1, 4 ' If v ,. 'ug 2 ' A -f ,I 13 1 4 s+,i.f Ti'fg,,s mv' A' 3 , gg ,VV , A vi ' 4- , J , sill? "fv:4!?+i ,Nfl 5 A ff as "f-we K Wfnfi 1 y .,A 41 jff... 4' L F Q Rx CQ C fmwf --4. iff Q ' . 31 ' ,V gf an Y AQUINAS nun 'VIr Raymond J. Hasenauer, M.M. TRUMPETS AND FRENCH HORNS Bark Row: Ernest Persi, Joseph Gai- tor, james Wurtz, Gerald Skerrett, Robert Gullo. VVilfred Yvagner. Sfrond Roar: YVilliam VVhite, john Suter, George Gumbrecht, john Delehanty, Donald Femiano. Front Rofw: Clayton Van Buren, VVilliam Moriteith, Ken- neth Kay. rlbsvnls james Kirwin, Harold Kick. CLARINETS Bark Rofw: Louis Giordano, Stanley Kulpinski, Victor Lootens, Hans Dotz- ler, VVilliam Boland, John Holland. Serond Rofw: Anthony Figaro, William Klem, Russell Militello, Kenneth Macke, Orrin Ochs. First Rafw: joseph Cometa, joseph Petix, Francis DeRosa, Charles Carrado, Richard Walsh, Eugene Hettel, Thomas Wurzer. Abrenl: Pierre Landry, Lewis Audino, Robert Cooper. MUSIC The saying "music belongs to everyone", is displayed in its truest sense here at Aquinas Institute. VVe are very proud of the fact that year after year we are able to produce one of the finest high school bands and one of the best glee clubs in our state. To maintain a record of this sort is not an easy task. There must be some one individual who is willing to sacrifice a great deal of time to keep our school at the head of the list, and that person to whom we attribute the greater part of our success is llfir. Raymond J. Hasenauer. Marking the end of the second decade of work as the director of music at Aquinas, Mr. Hasenauer is able to boast the fact that he has produced incredibly outstanding musical organizations, often, with a relatively small amount of talent with which to work. As Mr. Hasenauer has so faithfully labored to highly establish Aquinas Institute in the world of music, so too let us do our utmost to keep this tremendous spirit alive. 6 6 , 6 ,K I 'Q !'A3i7 , .vii X 1' r X qi" V f 2 I A, 1' t .lj .7 j 1 j . . . S mfg , .. . I. ll Y 4 ' ' 2 ' qm- . ' - 131 ' Six "ai W Q.- '54, f . .i'f? " mv, 'W 'Q "' hx-xk, X 'X 67 K N 1 4' - , . QR Af., It .Q X xl , -., 5, M M A " ll, , fa, 1 Sl , 0' ,JU WW X, YN 2 .X ' N m X 'N 1 ' salw 'X 1 num, F' -' Y 'fs - Q1 x Wx N ' 2 -f" w W , . . ' - ' ' A '. 'X f ' , " gr' N ' J-2wH fm' A KQV' 'K' 0 . 5 ,Qp P XA ei X W Ak ww sf A FRESHMAN BAND 17 , 7 ' ,- 'f'i xi kahilffw 05215563 Bark Radu-: V. Parella, J. Santillipo, D. Hanley, R. Dailor, R. Anderson, D. Furstoss, D. O'Connor, A. Cinotti, H. Busam, J. Rombaut, P. Mermagen, J. Smock, YV. Austing. .Widdlf Rome: A. Caputo, D. Schmitt, T. Bristol, L. Hack, C. Manioci, A. Martelli, Mr. Landry, R. Mackey, YV. Buehowiecki, R. YVelch, A. Markese, D. VVohlrab, XV. Britton, F. Gabriel, T. Lincoln, Front Rofw: Peter Provenzano, J. Concannon, P. Ayers, T. Cooper, A, Simonetti, J. Rabideau, V. Gionta, D. Bargy. Bark Rofw: William Gamble, Wil- liam Rieflin, Donald Skiba, Charles Aulbach, Anthony Barrese. Ylliddle Rofw: John O'Brien, Raymond Frenz, Thomas Morris, Michael Gallo, Eugene Morreale. Fronl Rofw: Francis Philippone, Roberi LeBlanc, Ralph Barbato, Alexandel Tomanovich, Donald Miller. QW Director: Mr. Raymond J. Hasenauer, M.M. Organist: Donald Pickens. 3 5 If QW is f 9 asf ' 312' MQ? ff 1 s 1 . "J 1' 9 . .J ? Y Q al AJQE! ' 4 J miata ,K K in H4 i 'E .Sw fa., - N.-wg "5"'?' ' SQ' A fm, fg 'r wr u .ZW K A ygjfipf 35'-I Q, 'bf vw f - A A1 Y Q - C , x 3, if f . R w 3 Q' if . A f Q iii? VX: k v ml Jag, W if Q is my EA if if ' Www? A Q, ,Q - W 1 gg xifwt f L , ,gff' ,., ' , ,gn . ' X V W A 41 'x I 'I , 2 W 3 K m -j it Qu. Q -1:1 w' ' eg". gi! 1 My '52 ARETE High School days often constitute the period on which recollection is focused the longest. The Arete strives to make clearer the remembered picture of these days at Aquinas by presenting both a chronicle and a record of individual achievement. Offering capable advice in the production of this year's annual Fr. Lococo, Head of the Latin Department, served as faculty moderator. Others who contributed to the success of this book are John Tscliieder, Editor-in-chief, Robert hlallev and his able business staff, and Anthony Panzetta not only as literary editor but for his untiring work in the composition of the book. Some of the photography seen on these pages is the work of Peter Turner who supplemented the work of Varden Studio. The task of supervising the photo- graphy was under the capable hands of David Davin. Robert Malley, Business Managerg Anthony Panzetta, Literary Editorg Fr. Lococo, Faculty Advisorg David Davin, Photo Editorg John Tschieder, Editor-in-chief. EDITORS AND FADULTY ADVISOR LITERARY STAFF Standing: David Kausch, John Kinsky, Robert Burke, Philip Wood. Sitting: Ralph Barbato, Anthony Panzetta, Dennis Gibson. BUSINESS STAFF Standing: Richard Moriarity, Rob- ert Davis, Joseph Hanss. Sitting: Robert Malley, Bernard Corey. 89 Robert Davis. David MacDonald, XVaIter Herman, Raymond Schlit- zer. Howard Dalton, james Closser, Robert Bell. EDITORS LITERARY AND FEATURE STAFFS Bark Rufrc: Daniel Brown, Gerard Hafner, YVilliam Steve, Raymond Nothnagle, Philip Clarke. Sralrd: Samuel Profeta, Thomas Sapere, Robert Knittel. SPORTS, NEWS, AND BUSINESS STAFFS Bark Rofw: Raymond Engels, Robert Bradler, James Culhane, Peter Turner, Gregory Hart, Robert Keegan, Sidney Smith. Sratrd: Vincent Cardella, John Cannon, joseph Valenti, Lawrence Oberlies. MAROON and WHITE A school newspaper is two things. It is an instrument to feel the pulse beat of the school, and it is a means of making that pulse beat faster. The student body, as a whole, profits from the information and persuasive values of a school paper. Through this medium, news events are recounted and student opinion is inliuenced. Besides this great service to the entire student body the lllaroon and VVhite offers its staff additional benefits. The training received in journalism, art, photography, and, above all leadership, will do much to make the staff members better citizens in the years to come. I I C .D 5- :L F' 3' FU 'L' O. rn 3 A Z I X E m i of S n ru 'U 0 'L' O. T J 0 Z F W O 3 U' ,IA , 5:9 Fr, Fullerton chats wiklw a group of mowers before arrnee ,7Q..1g1, -, X , , ,...L jglrirr'-'-3. 4 f Tf"7v'5?i'-'f'-Z:'1', Q L It r-4' Offcers of Nw Mowers Club: Mrs Malley, Tueasurer, Secretary. 711 5 52 wg? , ' fig ' ' , - iii, 23: f . A ' ,em Qi 5, .,, an 1 y 0. V A ? in 5 5 5 ,K E ' J L, vp P V 4 4. I Q 3 I , A 'Y 5 , Af? 1, Q,,. 's'3'f,.' 'V me ., Q! -- .ev x ' fwrnfffwf 5 J Q 5-flak W V. Q 5 9' 'VY' ' 'lie Q, Q Q... , in M c ,.t A ,Q , ,V L , U 7,5-if gf' YNY ' K, x . 3 k J . "2 'UIQ 'A 1: X W I . A vs,. ai N A Hnendly qakheung. 2 , ' Af' 5' V .., , 'Pi 1 11, 1 ! U 4J?T 7 I. 'Q ii f Luncheon after a rneetmg, .4 ii' N I . gf. .73 i. Prominent Rochester sports personalities at the First Men's Club meeting. ' Bark Rofwf Bob Davies, Fr. O'Leary, Mickey Connolly, Gerry Flynn, Bing ' Devine, Tom Cameron. Al Frattare, Charles Mirguet, Siffing: Gene Robinson, Fr. Carter, Senator Van Lare, Les Harrison, Monsignor Randall, MEN'S CLUB An organization was founded a few years ago which has done much for the development of Aquinas. This organization is the Aquinas hlerfs Club. It is composed of approximately 2,000 men. It's members are alumni, fathers of Aquinas stu- dents and friends of Aquinas, all of whom have shown great interest in the school. Activities for the year begin with a meeting in September. There is a well-planned schedule for the year which features several prominent guests at various meetings during the year. After the meet- ings refreshments are served in the cafeteria where everyone has a chance to renew old acquaintances. Senator Van Lare addresses the Men's Club. HMV X 533.1 fi. 1 " iw. ,.,-- , afie f ash Refreshments Frs, Burns and Mailloux entertain at one of the meetings. QQ ll ward from ML Bamanni . ba 3 eceives base Don Houeder I r the meeting The bien s Club has done much to promote Aquinas foot ball in Rochester. During the football season the hlen s Club donates '1 trophy each week to the outstanding Aquinas football player. This trophy is known 'is the Player of the VVeek award. Every lllonday night during the football season the men meet in the auditorium to see movies of the highlights of the game on the preceding Sunday. The night before the Thanksgiving game there is usually a hugh bonfire and the pep rally on the school campus. After this there is a meeting in the auditorium followed by refreshments in the cafeteria. llfluch of the success of the club can be credited to the zealous work of its moderator Fr. O'Leary and of its com- petent officers: lllr. Charles lllirguet, Presidentg hir. Frank Temmerman, Treasurerg lllr. joseph Connelly, Secretary. 92 Omfadgag Our Ladx appmred on the g1ble of the parish church of Knock Countx 'Ham August 71 1819 Fifteen mh1b1t'1nts of the xilliqe testified under o'1th that then s'1vs Our Blessed Wlother in the compfinx or Sr Ioseph 1nd Qt ohn the ILx'1ngcl1t stinding it tht Gospel sldn of ein 1lt1r upon which it 'is the lfnnh of God sind lkllllltl which u is 1 Ciuuhx lllirx spoke not 1 nord but the fxppnition lo eph the defense ind sprmd of the Church St ohn ch'1r1tx the Ciuuhx vzcrihnc ind the 1lt1r on xx huh the Lamb of God is sl1in d'11lx the source of the strength necesswrx for 1 Citholic life ?my,efL Let us see in the manifestation of Knock an imitmon to hfne re course ever more to the Blessed Virgin lllediatrix of All Gmces and Queen of Heaven 'md Eirth Let us especialls profit bi the lVIass and Holv Communion to come nearer to her 94 .Y I I ' V, .- . 1 j . .. , . i I 1 . 1 Y. sk c l , 1 , 'Y c ' .. ,' 4 Qu 's, .. ' 1 'i i ' - . . z "' 'fi . confirmed the Irish in their "w:iy". lllary personified personal holiness: St. A5 v . 5,1 . : '.1'-V: , 3. "3 . 1 . , ' ' ' ' : . . j, ' " S .I N -I. 'v K K I I n I I I 7' . 7.1 . I g - . ., I . S B r . . , . x.,! E JMR. REV CHRIL I' CARTER CSB Dxrector of Athletics REV JOHNT M XVILSON1 CCB MR LOUIS BASILE Asn Duector of Athletxcs Dmctox of Health and Phsslcul Educatmn IR II XRRX CONNOLLX Head Football Unch 11-1- 's 'Il MR RAYMOND JABLONSIXI Tramor VARSITY RESERVE INTRAMURAL SPORTS NIR Ii-XSIL NIARIILLA. Head B1 ketbnll Coach M' FR VVILSON Bueball Coach MR JOSEPH MOYNIHLXN Asst Football Coach MR FRANK VADAS Ass: Football Coach Asst Football Coach FO0TBAll B Y T H E LI T T L E I R IS H THE SQUAD Bark Rofw: jerry Scardino, Norm Schied, Bob Hanss, jim Marshall, Don Holleder, Neil McDivitt, Joe Chase, John McNulty, Clarence Keville, Larry Connorton, Walt Leonard, Bill Gamble, Don Murphy. Middlr Rafw: Bob O'Hara, Harry Bock, Tom Burke, Sol Marianetti, Bob Urquhart, Bob Niermeyer, Coach Connolly, john Coveney, jim Nothnagle, jim Currier, Dick Hoffend, Howard Lapple, Bruno Gugliotta. Front Rofw: jim O'Dell, Noel Marianetti, jim Enright, Casper Pignato, Tom Walz, Tom Hally, Bill Facleman, jim Sedita, jim Burns, Jerry Donoghue, Maury Ryan, Sam Santandrea. THE SEASON On a bright, sunny afternoon in late September. the l95l version of the Aquinas "L'il lrishu took the field against the first of an all-prep school schedule, acclaimed as the toughest lineup of opponents ever faced by a high school team. "ilIick's men" started the season in fine fashion by drubbing Notre Dame Prep of Chat- tanooga. 'liennt-ssee, 34 to 0. The parade was lcd by Bob Nierinc-yer and .lohn lllcNulty, who was injured for the remainder of the season, and who received the "Player of the Vveek Award." On the following lfriday, the first night game to be Played in lllemorial Stadium was In-ld Linder portable arcs. The second in- vasion from the South, in the person of Fork Union Klilitary Academy of Virginia, was turned back. Both teams were, at the beginning of thc contest, undefeated. but Aquinas turned in its ll'th straight win with a score of 37 to 19, with Bill Fackleman capturing the "Player of the NVQ-ek Award." 96 Hr A A ' Q F353 '-Mg' F' 'x Clarence Keville . Joe Chase W o Larry Connorton John Coveney .J o X ' l I 5 W I X , . X 'V Q q R Q i J v 9, 4 5. f 1 f 'Z ' l Ks, x ... 5 H Bob Urquhart Jim Enright Noel Marianetti MANAGERS Knnlmg Jrm Rodenback Ted Houck, Hank Kane Z' 1 Standing: John' Welch, Sam Donnelly, Tom Taylor, David Marian: ' : , . Walt Leonard jim Currier S ,im-vp , .YA , A? Jim Marshall Niermeyer picks up short gain against St. Benedict's 5 ', f 'Q' 6 Sam Uruffed up" in the Admiral Billard game. W 'fe,x II'-I Billard Bull busts through. Enright closes in on a Bullis back. Jim Burns Bill Gamble ZA jim Sedita 'QM Maury Rygn Howie Lapple 98 Sol Mananettx Bill Fackleman Bruno Gugliotta fan! f X V--vi.. A D . 'T .ef Holleder goes for another TD in the Noel Marianetti sloshes in the snow Bob Hangs Fork Union game. for yardage against Fairfield Prep. SEASON Sam Un Sunday. October l-Vth. Admiral Billard from Connecticut moved in and for the tirst half, looked like they would snap the Irish win streak at ll gganies. However, a tired up Aquinas eleven took the field in the second half and overcame a 12 point deficit and went on to win, 33 to lf. The scoring was led hy Don Holleder who was also elected "Player of the lVeek". Seeking win numher 13, Aquinas finally bowed to the third Southern attack. 20 to li. A win or die Augusta Xlilitary Academy team did the trick over an Aquinas team hampered hy injuries. There starters were out, and their ahscence was felt. Jim Nothnagle was awarded "Player of the lveeku because of his superh all-around play. For the third year in a row, a very large, and very good Hullis Prep team came to Rochester, this time hlistering under two previous defeats and now seeking uliloodn. For a second time, in as many weeks. an injury-riddled lrish team took it on the chin, 35 to 6. The only score c.une on Ryan's quarterhack sneak, and little -lim Cfllell became "Player of the lveekn. The next week Aquinas jumped hack into the win column by letting the reserves trounce Fairfield Prep in the snow, 46 to 7. The scoring parade continued all afternoon with everyone doing his share and Don Klurphy winning "The Player of the Wieck" award. On Xoveniher ll'th nothing short of a miracle was worked in Memorial Stadium when the Little lrish outplayed and outscored the Grey Bees from St. l3enedict's, Z6 to 10. Aquinas was hack at full strength and displayed their early season power. The "old one twoy' worked twice, with .lim Burns tossing to Don Holleder for two important touchdowns, making Don top scorer and .lim "Player of the lVeek. Santandrea Q , R - -of Hit BJ Neil McDevitt Don Holleder sl iss an 1 . .i 1 H l :E 7 '. Bob Niermeyer Casper Pignato Jerry Scardino Tom Wall .aqua ,, Jerry Donoghue DOH MUFPITY SEASON On November 22nd Thanksgiving Day unbeaten 'md untied llanlius sought revenge for their previous years loss to Aquinas which spoiled their perfect season. Two separate goal line stands finally broke the spirit of the Cadets who were defeated for the second straight year 13 to 0. Bob lNiermeyer turning in his last and one of his finest games was named Player of the Week . Despite the win-loss record the season was considered a success on the strength of the victory over St. Benedict s which was accom- plished for the first time. Congratulations should be giyen to a yery of boys who would never say die. Donoghue snags pau in the Bullu game John McNulty it Tom Hally V' 7 jim Nothnagle Manlxus back is tackled after a short gain. -1 -4 , A 1h :A 1 fine coaching staff, led by lNIr. Connolly and also to a spirited bunch I 'WP' N fx' , f ' I ' f Q ' 4 J 3 Nom sented HWY Bod' Pignato busts through the line against Notre Dame Prep i i w if T015 B'-Wk' Bob O'Hara 100 Dick Hoifend Jim O'Dell Standing: Mr. Vadas, Dry, Pelman, Vito, Gongoli, Pendergast, Beier, Granger, Ruh, DiFabio McKeon Doyle Morris, Maloy, Koesterer, Palermo, jennier, McKenna, Benzing, Annachino, Mr. lVIoynihan. Middle Rau McMillan B T E A M Shaw, Mulhern, Yagy, Spallato, Norton, Gumbrecht, Candall, Dercole, Magee, Quinlan, McDonald Hoffend Hosenfelt, Tucker. Front Rofw: Rotolo, Rowe, O'Connell, Guelli, Cuarino, Calabrese, Condon Burns Steeze Cullane, Lyng, Begy. Q 3 2 Asda.. .. t Q .p - F' 1- - -span.. can . ' M if F ' I" 5653- -Z,.I"' V , 'gr ' . V , .A ' L . ' f 1' ' ., 4 ,Bi L 32 "BU Squad versus Freshmen. J T ,K . W ,N V s,, ,. I ,, .1 ' . L99 I ,Fr -K A ,n , , ,. I V H1 , I V ' D .- gh . - j 'Q M, ,- QA. A yn si - '5 1 ' ' f " 2- . ' , ., ' i if .i 1 ' X - , as 1 gim ie e ali' ' is - - f' K , ' fe ,aff-'jimr - ,K5w .:v,::. x fx 55 51 ,5 .,q,fq. -whirl R., i, , K 3, hfwkien Mix h ,. 1 " .V wma .--'M - f , 2 r :YW ' f"H2?f-if ' Wwe. ff' A -s ,ff .- e' ' if-4' ,g r tv 1'f-is ,' - 'ni ...rf Zia - -+1s,55,M,w-eg: sxfliiifff. s F X, U A Q A J ,-5: 7 5, F 'X J A . :L f 'H -' 4- V in 'bfi' ni -,.3U'W ,Q-BEL " ' K A '76 Y- my K. lf K Ji?" Iwi Q -jriegfiszsf 5 - - ji -ff: uf Y.. is 'iii' is ,5?.w.W' ff - 1 K ' ' 4 - D ' if "+f4f'1'2f Standing: Mr. LaLonde C.S.B. CAss't Coachj, jim Schmidlin, George Salemi, Dave Boland, john Yeager, john Shields, Frank Mammano, Dick Scheurerman, Walter Casper, Dave Carapella, Lowell McNally, Chuck Manioci, Fr. Wilson QCoachl. Middle Row: Tom McEntee, Larry Palvino, john Baker, Bob fRedJ Neary, Bob Neary, Dave Kelly, Nick Mastrella, Dick Stifter, Frank Rossi, Mr. P. Donoher C.S.B. fAss't Coachj. Front Rofw: Bill Casey fManagerJ, Frank Doherty, Vince Gionta, Don Summers, Milo Tomanovich, Henry Angelone, Gerry Donavan, Larry Donavan, Mel Minerick. Absent: Paul Mance, Tom Dittmar. FRESHMAN TEAM ,1 ,an BASKETBALL nv THE LITTLEIRISH Under the superb coaching of IVIr. Basil lllarella. the l95l-52 edition of the Aquinas basketball team blazed a trail of thirteen victories and two defeats. Blending a mixture of magnificent team play and great coaching, the Irish rolled over twelve straight opponents before finally being stopped by lllanlius in the last ten seconds of play and Admiral Billard. Against prep schools and college frosh quints, Aquinas more than held their own and therefore received a bid from a major basketball tournament. lt is diflicult indeed to select individual performers. The L'il Irish were paced by center Don Holleder in the scoring department with lllike Gallo running a very close secondg the extraordinary floor games of Gene Sciarratta and Ron Illackg the all-around shooting and rebounding ability of Larry Connorton and the capable relief work of Bill Napier and Greg Britz. The rest of the squad included such creditable players as Chuck Thomas, Tom lllorris, Don Bertsch, Dan O'Brien, Jerry lNIcGuire, Jim Spindler and Neil llIcDevitt. Regarded as the highest scoring five in Aquinas basketball his- tory. the team provided many a thrill to the spectators who gazed in awe at one of Gallo's fancy jump shots or a sizzling Holleder hook. The high lights of the season were the excursions to Syracuse, against the Lehloyne freshmen and to Niagara Falls against Bishop Duffy High School. On each trip went four hundred students to cheer their team to victory. Notable was the game against Lellloyne, which victory was not decided until the final half-minute of play. TEAM RECORD AQUINAS Opponent 59 Hobart College Junior Varsity ..... 54 79 St. John Seminary ................ 49 67 A.K.O. of Canada ..............,. 41 66 Collegiate Institute CNiagara Falls Canadal . . ....... ..... ..... . . 38 53 Assumption High School ........... 28 52 Lellloyne College Junior Varsity .... 51 68 St. Michael College Junior Varsity . 53 64 Collegiate Institute ............... 53 78 Manlius School .................. 69 60 Lellloyne College Junior Varsity .... 56 60 Assumption ...................... 53 55 St. lllichaels College junior Varsity . 51 52 lllanlius ........................ 54 38 Admiral Billard .... . .... 50 58 Bishop Duffy .... . . 46 X t Maw X 52 Q 1. I , q1N46, Standing' Weil McDevitt Chuck Thomas Greg Britz Don Holleder jim Spindler, Bill Napliebr, Mike Gallo. Coach Marellya. Kneelingy: Ray Mahar, CMgr.H, Don Bertsch, Tom Morris, Ron Mack, jerry McGuire, Gene Sciarratta, Bob Evans CMgr.D. Holleder taps one in McGuire saves two points. TU' to stop me BASKETBALL SQUAD Slanding: Mr. Basile QCoachl, Joe Cunningham, jack Burns, Ed Flan- nagan, Fred VVagner, Bob Hergather, John Ashton. Kneeling: Pat Keenan, Gene Palermo, Dan O'Brien, Bob Mason, Matt Branski, Mike Spang. FRESHME -PC X 0'5" bk: Sianding: Visvaras fMgr.lg Fr. Butler CAthletic Directorjg Wilkin, Enright, Anderson, Mr. jablonski QCo:-xchjg Galusha Zammetta Casper, Urquhart, Angeloni, Mr, Muir QCoachl. Kneeling: Burns lMgr.Jg Stiner, Drabin, Reddy, Doherty, Empey DePrcz fMgr.l. Missing From Picture: Kelly, Wallace, Toner, McMahon. INTRAMURAL CHAMPS HOME ROOM 3l2 Standing: Carl Zimmerman, Tom Sapere, Maury Ryan, Chuck Aulbach, john Coveney, Tom Taylor, George Green, jim VVelch, Bob Lochner, Frank Guelli. Kneeling: Don Bertsch QBus. Mgr.J, jerry Grassi QCoachl. .f?L51': D f 3 A 0 A B A S E B A l l nv THE LITTLE uusn Congratulations on a home run. 55 Under the watchful guidance of coaches Fr. John YVilson, llr. Vince Pare'. and llr. Pat Lalonde. the Cooper Klarine Post of the American Legion Junior Baseball League turned in its best showing in recent years. Due largely to the tremendous hitting of tloe Texter and Don Joe Texter receives Sportsman Award. Fr. 'Wilson shows john Cove- ney how to throw a curve. i Holleder, and the superb pitching of Alohn Coveney, the Cooper llarines went undefeated in Rochester and hlonroe County. They ended up first in the league standings with a I3-won and 0-loss record. The Coopers won the Klonroe County championship in a nerve- raclcing see-saw battle with Loeser-Shavlan Post. Don Holleder had two of his team's three hits. his second one driving in the winning run in the last inning. The Coopers then started in the State elimination tournament with a win over the Livingston County representative, Daniel Golio Post. Their next victim was the Turner-Shrader Post from VVayne County, in which they won the 7th District Title. ln the State quarter-finals, the Coopers suffered their hrst and only loss of the season to the South Side Post of Buffalo, the Sth District Champions. They were thus eliminated from further competition. The Coopers have many regulars from this year's team returning. Among them are Roy Engels, Greg Britz, Bill Doud and Tom llorris. XVith this nucleus, the Coopers should again be the team to beat next year. How john Kinsky got a high batting average. Holleder digs one out of the dirt. The 1951 Cooper Marines, Standing: Fr, Yvilson fC'oachl, john Kinsky. Tom Morris, Greg Britz, Don Holleder, F john Coveney, Fr, McLaughlin tCoachj. 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' 'XM-v 8 ' f ef gk fe , mee pf 5 I X f I, N-F' lffee CXZIDIHC Some of +he ou+s+andmg salesmen during +he drive. i "King for a Day" is crowned by Fr. Murphy. .pg -s. Bob Niermeyer, high salesman for the day, is congratulated by Fr. Carter. Bill Bell receives his ten dollar check. Mr. Donoher and Fr. Burns en- tertain at one of the assemblies. Mr. Green of the Curtis Circulation Co. presents trophy for the reoord total acquired by the Aquinas students. LDLD CliE Joslin, winner of the television set, Transfer of trophy from 305 to 107. is congratulated by Fr. Looby. 113 HOME or CHAMPLONS MAGAZINE DRIVE 54545 67 DAR CKANDALL f - 0 B D J. QI Q .A c umuoum-4 ED FLANIGANRC 1' Q85 ff NT THE AL WW 'N PELLINGP-A oe 9.nNcoNE-5 'N LU NGN? DAVE BENZING 1 A Kflliqj 1515, XAL HART 1 Z A I is 0, fracas. T NY m0Nl CHAMPIONS ,, X Ps o'coNNELL X967 I JOE RUTKMJSKI " ' 'DYMM 9 L' A Q71 Y EVANS Xu mWm0'n J x DKK ,N yum S mom V5 uueem- 5 W A rf in i "' H W B03 GERS X to eenemwn HAP-R LLY 9 gf Fmngnv v kg 'W 5,12 ,s NrNf,j I-xx 6 E A nov Mm Waimea' Ahf KW' .mcse QE X gupp BOCQIA XX FIANNACA N '04 JON X fi wg 7 ' Amvuevvmo umsemuea K I-Mssuo N LEADER AES ounce. it tim? ax 2 x,., 5 LOCX' uw., M PEIE V N B 94,49 OLMLEK O QA. H 31 yoga-33 sewemmuyw guess a e TES Mu GERKY me osrsamq BROCKM RE RON Y KENT QW" lu Vmce Camua ,Q CI-IRISTVA CARD SA E CHAMINCN 4 oo 95 , ,Q X 1 A I' 11:1 ' keg' Tm Q0 E '- J P9 --f 4 X I ,,-, E U X.----5 M I R -li X M O, P Q a. i---' A ' 1 ef 054- 2 , A 6 6 X U -V ' 41 U 1 6 fa 69 A, ' V!! x II Q94 LSA Lf ' A 5 f X 5 g f 7 -- B f xlh, ,J 1 3 j ex W! Xt J l V I4 I X A N . A- A "al, .chi + qv ,,,, Q 1, , 1, X J' w K K 4. Mgr' E I - L. 'fps U Q55-rg x , gg--A--1 If 9 ' '- -In -,X In X go 9 v f ' 'ff VON Q" X if 5 VZ! GV 4' nf- IX E - QEWM cel ! F ., E97 "A s 1. E 4 X N ' ,, i X S f so 'A 4 ---X f ' 3 fl'Zo?N.cY"'LifEfL' Cz' 'J wi' THAN you lNKf.f 3 I, . S 7 N cl 'l 'X Y a T7 -u N 'lv' C -1 4 4 'AX F' B m A4 X o - A ' X B B , S Af A , L. f i 5 3 0 f ' ' A 1 Z Second Place Winners: Homeroom 314. ,,, -..li 6 . - A, ,,,,,,..!N.,f.?Ul99' Third Place: Homeroom 321. Part of the caravan to Buffalo. 1- 1 " 3' YI' " xmas- W D A -J -V 1 Q . We .,,. ,Q .... - .. "' 'T . ,KL - Reward: Shufflin' off to Buffalo QUINASHICHAMFQQQ ,Q 19" Doing an fhin foni Qi 3 The Bushop year wufh Cruides. 1' - Af' f , f Munn A X-,gwi .. ev . Q KN vi ' V Ll 'Y M 4 , x 1 C? .... "In+ermission" ' ' prepares +heX librlary Q .q .,1 X X , by , 'S P Y " Q .I ,Y XJ, Q my Q: A : M Egg. , ' 9q"i4'f - . u fi :xy KA- 'z , . I, e :rw ra- 577' 7 Hue sh5,KQ",.f Fay' .nr , "F fgqgu' - f -x- A+. 1, N ws ' y,,.uUx Ap!! Lb uQ'A I 4' W' dlY"" sieak before a ' - ., ' A ' If gi Q! J ' wie A fense foofball The woes of a foofball coach. A TB or noi' TB? fo fhe Bless menf calones before in -.R 1 f X, X 1 1- 5 The :g"f4enrif'k1h7ass in +he "" Chapel before a game. 5 q qfw I. X A 1 4'5n:7'S3?' Qs' , ' "Mft, -In Thai ankle agam '-4,.l' 5'.1X'l. 1 f,m,. r . . J.-' .' mf, J"f".",:f' X f1"!.1Qf ., 8 , p Y . 4, 'K If , I ' 4. I' 1 "4 W! 3'-N . ' -1 Y 4 ' tn v u ' X . . 41 I X ' - v -Q ax Q J I y, , , W An expernmenf an the Minas Ss it Q - X w 1 u -1 gr ' 1 0 NVQ 3 58' X .r , X L .ty v !" Q A u E . l::5 I . ,.,- .14 "7 . : "' v 1 sf' 5 l Q jg L' ' 2 AW . , J Scene on Hue ireuifuoon flue Syracuse Excursion. Q Former Aquinas Sfude +hrGkNBasil's Rocluesfer, N. Y. 4? ul..,.u nfs a Sam, flue nd J" u sw: d B06 inger rela on Huzeraotglu lafferndinner. I y' hx K., faunmenf u V35 Y' uf- .' ,,..1 'I' on flue fraun. "' -ai? jf Aglffv :BL I. Ina ' 1 . ,R 'MLM ,IQ Songfthing you un 32l 9: A hqymalxer wasied. b0Xil1Q bouf7 .4 M, 1 +,,. .M 'A f . W " f . , . , .' h .s 'i"3" M f Z - ' 1 2. 'sw-T-A--,fi+,,s Q , 2 54iEgfwi,.fmf,, ., ,M i uv.. , wr HX 'W , 7' .4 ww, f,,f ,Nd . mf :Ji .i . , mf.. iawii 9 Q' , 11 is Www A f'5f is , 53 X u 5 Z' - if' -' Rf ,i . 'ii ln. ,XLF kv Boy, did fha? one hurf! K ...diff Ou? for blood A quick pa+ch up for , .ns OK, break if up. A swing and a miss. nexi round. 1 Ml 1 Xwg Sr. Paul, S'r. Hildegarde, and MAH M Succursu enjoy lunch. A ' Tom McEn+ee Mafl' Visabaras. he Bowlmg ax. ,. V. " k K' ff 61?-l.Q'.,' ' O Mr. Muir ,M 3 X l g '55 1 :Hu emonsfra es. d su6ri"P- of Iighf ' Q nNx ' 1,41 + E' ka, z. Qvf ' XM 1. LibTary ' "'f7f':'3 ' ' b 'f'5?2 , i m f Eff? 4 k ru 5: " A In Jgw. . Fr. SpraH', Fullerion, and Fr. '- CC'3"H"Y d"'eC+5 me Prince relax dgring lundff:eriod.Q ' W Qelahe Club' - p , - -1 - Fodilaall Cham ps, .-,. 3 K Magzine Drive Pep mem N V4.1 The Mlrdilnf of dramgiiled in an English class. ,Lx S 1 Ds. - A sfudeni' demonsfraiee Exibme- made waferwheel +o..,Sr. Hide- garde and Mr. McCarfhy. s e i ll 'Phe library. nr Kwon collechon nn f w 'sf .- 194, , v Z so "' 'I I T--f' if . .., 4-1-'zz-f 3 ' W 'Xue '-.,.., - .A llerfon mfro- In fo fhigludy of Lahn .ly ,J 8--1.3.5, A vnsu+ fo +he chapel before class. urrynng fo fhe nexf Y Tumblers in a gym Q Y wg V . asa! 'q 4 ,Q Q51 x K , .A . Eavil ihe boarcl clan. day ls N 5 aff wifh Mr. a+ lunch. BK rrrrrf' F'- fgw, Q " ' - - - 1 The happiiif mdrdeni cHhrda ': - L.4 'liars' ITALIAN LUB X CA COL- sx X X, Rig I? ff of E42 1 fl QR 5? G5 'CEP sf L XX! gd l PAL B 0 Feb a comm 'Uaf S ae , e at Ref.-6 '65 Q3 Ula! F10 e cafes 3 es Ile H Com ge Aeal 'V Um SC? embers 'fe February Father Schxlferll shows slrdes Executive Committee Standing D November Refreshments after on tnp to Europe to club members Annechxna E Noto A Canola J DI the meeting Fabxo Srtfmg C Schrano Mxss Cap pellmo j Bonanno -dfv Ng March LAqurlmo staff prepares December Social Commxttee plans annual q Sprmg edmon Chnstmas dance Wmter wonderland C LUB OF THE' YEA2' 40" -GX' vit FXQQI Xu' rife Q'51xZ blmgm Taz I f t ' - , - V 0 we I Co .VJ .wk A ' xx 1 U' P' 'abt' 'r m ' I . X X Za . 5 K, f Qv X -3' A K" X f , I. f vt.:-"JA if e P 'Ta l QEAVH' I ,519 4 x , IX N9 X - ur nf' It J 1 z ' , ' . , N ' x.:.'xr-,gg : , 1 M 1 I x ' s .mtg 1 li 12.4 ll 0 ll PATRDNS The Mosl' Rev ev SV BV BV SV ev ev GV EV ev SV GV Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr Msgr James E Kearney D D Joseph S Cameron Lawrence Casey Wilfred T Craugh George V Burns Thomas F Connors John M Duffy George W Eckl Joseph C Grady Wm M Hari Charles F Shay F William Sfauder John B Sullivan Very Rev Msgr GeraldC Lamberl' Cmndr John K Wheafon Ch C U S N Bishop Kearney addresses faculty and student body ev ev ev ev ev Rev Frank J Pegnam Jacob R Rauber Jerome F SchiFFerli George J SchmiH Leo V Smrlh William Thomas Academy of lhe Sacred Hearl' Nazareih Hall and Mrs Arlhur J Bamann Charles Bomrad John E Bourne Earl F Campbell John J Casey J Farrell Conolly Theodorel Mueller Slanley T Nowrock and Mrs Elmer W O Brien John T O Hara and Mrs Charles Osrer George L Palmos Frank C Philippone and Mrs Anlhony Piefropaoli and Mrs James Porcari Harold J Roche and Mrs Oflo Schmidf Alber+W Skinner Sheriff and Mrs John Urquharl Vincenl S Weis GV GV BV BV QV BV SV GV. GV. BY. SV. BV. BV. BY. BV. SY. Charles J Am Charles J Brufon Jos A Cirrmcione James T Connolly Louis W Edelman Edward J Eschrich Raymond J Epping Francis M. Feeney Roberr J. A. Fox Alberi' J. Geiger John D. Malley Frank W. Mason Leo C. Mooney Roy B. Morphy Bernard C. Newcomb Daniel B. O'Rourke Judge and Mrs Thomas Pafrick Culhane Harold W Davm and Mrs Jose Echaniz David Falk and Mrs GeorgeC Green and Mrs Joseph Hanss and Mrs William S Harrigan and Mrs Andrew C Harfzell Roland E. lrish . and Mrs. Norman C. Kleisley Robert N. Kleisley and Mrs. James S. Malley Roberl' E. Malley A. McCormick Harold Meisenzahl F. J. Michel Marlin Moll 125 Aquinas Mission Crusade Aquinas Molher s Club Ari' Crafl Ophcal Company Bashan Bros Inc Blanchard Florisi Bon Jon s Tux Shop Brewsler Criffenden 8: Co Inc Brighfon Place Dairy Cadel' Cleaners Cafholic Courier Journal Inc. Cases Resfaurani' George M. Clancy Carling Co.. Champion Sporl Sfore Chrisfopher Press, Inc. Coca-Cola Boffling Co. 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