Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

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THE AQUINAS INSTITUTE ROCHESTER, NEW YORK counucrsn BY THE BASILIAN FAT:-IE , WHEN? ' BLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLA OF AQUINAS INSTITU CHESTER, NEW YO E D I I I O 0 0 0 Because we are immersed in a grossly mater- .lffk ialistic age, we rely more intently today on the unerrlng leadership of His Holiness Pope Pius XII to guide us more surely out of the dark- ness and into the light Like a beacon, guiding wayward vessels away from perilous hazards, so our Holy Father guides us, his wayward children away from the precarious pitfalls leading to perdition. His manifest virtues are luminous in a world overcast with the dark nocturnal forces of Satan. His samtliness no doubt will soften Gods wrath against a wicked world. Certainly his all inspiring sanctity will Influence countless numbers to foster within themselves a greater knowledge and a more ardent love of God. lt as very evident that his untlrmg efforts are keeping this world from a lust destruction ln you Pope Plus Xll are vested all our hopes and aspirations Con tunue to be our guiding light our pillar of strength, and our tower of charity Our moderator Fr Lococo at a special audience with Hrs Holiness gl Lf? . H TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication Administration Departments Graduates Underclassmen Organizations Athletics Social Patrons AQUINAS ,O ly. . I . I 'I' 1 -15 l JH' ,l DMINISTRATION IF 4s+400" ,',4,4-no-rio ,.+oooo. ,olbbifi ' ,Q1-aeos 3-,,'Aa,w WWWN. .N . K 5 1 I E S i .""1 'T ., 'x x.f ' '.fN 4 .-"tk: . . ,Q -5, gl al ,K 5 Q' - -ff 5 5 5, f. 'L Y. fx f A fl A f 'Q Q il . . 7 . ttf , . 2 . 5 A 'E 9 Y dw., 1 , X 11 X v l g g? Q? BON, 5 JW Q rn QQ Q IAWFTQB Jyigggifg .i h'Qi g - i 5 -'E cb, . Y IN i OUT! PRINCIPAL VERY REV. JOHN H. O'LOANE, C.S.B. :Up7jfyjL if if 1 I 'I Lf X! V Our Bishop greefs F ff O'Loa on his refurn fo Aquinas. REV. ROBERT M. FISCHETTE, C.S.B. Vice-Principal REV. W. OSCAR REGAN, C.S.B. Diredor of Chrisiian Formaiion REV. VINCENT C. ECKERT, C.S.B. Treasurer REV. WILFRED S. RILEY, C.S.B. 6 KWQC f fDi?Ii'r3!' ADMIN ISTRI-E an JN . ACULTY hm., . , mv yi , 'if E. , 'D REV. CHARLES P. DONOVAN, C.S.B. REV. JOHN C. SPRATT, C.S.B. REV. VINCENT J. FULLERTON, C.S.B Mafhematics Phygical Education, Languages Christian Doctrine, Languages REV. JOSEPH L. WILLETT, C.S.B. - REV. ANTHONY P. LOCOCO, C.S.B. REV. JAMES MARTIN, C.S.B. Mathemaiics, Science J Chrisiian Doctrine, Languages Businus Q3 . QR 14 . 'x E x ,i A' f. X X X ' ix , K X REV. JAMES W. EMBSER C.S.B. REV. ARTHUR J. O'LEARY. C.S.B. Il Languages Christian Doctrine, Languages X REV. EDMUND E. BURNS. C.S.B. Christian Docirine, Languages, Business REV. JOHN R. MCLAUGHLIN, C.S.B. Counselor. Languages FACULTY REV, FRANCIS J. GRESCOVIAK, C.S.B REV. ARTHUR R. LOOBY, C.S.B. Historv Christian Dochine, Languages REV. JOSEPH A. O'REILLY, C.S.B. REV. CYRIL L. CARTER, C.S.B. Mathematics Christian Doctrine, Business REV. JOHN M. WILSON, C.S.B. REV. DONALD B. BENINGER, C.S.8. Chrisiien Dochine, Science Assistani Director of Discipline. Q:-1 ,v,j.,..-,. -M J AL g SR. M. BRENDAN, S.S.J. Ark SR. M. STANISLAUS, S.S.J. Mathematics MR. FRANCIS LAUNTRIE, C.S.B. Languages, History A ,,..,. I 1 Q E sn. M. GREGORY, R.s.M. Typing if JW SR. MARIE THERESE, S.S.J. Languages MR. LAWRENCE GALLA, C.S.B. Science FACULTY MISS JEAN CAPPELLINO Library, Languages MR. LOUIS BASILE Physical Education, Health n X., , MR. FELIX HART MR. RAYMOND J. HASENAUER MR. RAYMOND JABLONSKI Office Staff Music Physical Education, Health FACULTY MR. HARRY 1. O'NElL MR. PAUL PEGIS Healih, History, Business LBHQUGQG 5 Miss Bayer, Mrs. Warner, and Mrs. Karp examining fire records. Mrs. Margret Cool, R.N. and Miss Frances Heaney, R.N. iool over a studenfs record. I4 MN. J? RELIGION The Religion program af Aquinas is fhe cenler and focal poin+ of 'rhe en+ire ecl- ucarional process. The principles oullined in +he Religion classes are applicable To, and are inlencled lo unify and pervade all olher phases of 'rhe educalional process. For 'rhis reason Religion really is nor a subiecl-il is a way of life. I , Fr. Fischetie instructs the student body at First Friday Mass. ass. . ' D M The sashoPS0P"""q ay x ' If ggvqlf ill X xr !l i"liX 7 '57 A part of the student body at the Opening Day Mass. l 6 . i il an is il Q ,Q f - Si www L-fs 4. Q -. ,A T'W"Vh' . :jfgg'Q, ' 4 -W 'W' f 4 G M, - , s ' 7 -'f """"- M., A" ' - 1-,.'-. 'L " M 'A -N f - f ffaf M:--l'l' ....,, .M-W .. , WMV. K . ..,. .. , M: Rx ' ff ff?-411' 1 1. W -ff A WWl gi ,. ju bm b- k,.. 'Q , -V.- A, v x,iM . L ,. . 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A solid foundalion is buil+ for lurllwer sludy on llwe college level. Fr. de Billy's lnterested Business Law Skudenfs. -v-' Hard at work in Fr. O'Reilly's Bookkeeping class 7,-Z-,, "'.'1",-"f- 4,-.-4' -Q 6' i frlfw X P413 I if 43' "' X S1252 ' 7 ' ,, 1, v6 f I ' L ,pf - 11 , .,.J,, '1 4 ,V 7 F..-Sr-a ' ,f'f45 1 fa jffv. --' ' g 5 A 1 ij? " . . . asdfg . . . " to music in Sr. Gregory's typing class. 25 6 www! ix l'S.'!Ti NH J 3, .0 I l 1 V! 06,6 be 4 52 1 X ' I-.4 if , We f 'U' c L 5, 8 P I 9 5' gf ' ' A 72 N., F Q-A , S 5..- M , ' "' ' 1' 4 Hwvtyx if 1, ' K! , I, nnaangce. 5 Ju .i' 1 f -. jail ,khlg HRT A+ Aquinas flue Arr Curriculum consisrs ol courses in Basic Art Commercial and Piclor- ial Arl. Designed lo confribule lo flue aesrlwelic needs of secondary school pupils, llwese complemen+ary subiecls develop slcills, unders+anding, and apprecialion of +l'1e na- Ture of arf and Tend lo promofe crealive flnouqlwl in llie various arf areas. Sr, Brendan' ART s potenkial artists. Hard at work ART in Fr. Cullen's art class. A bit of ihe profes- sional touclw added by Sl. Brendan. ART Bach Row: P, Provenznno, G. Gumbvecht, J. Rabideau. D. Femiano. J. Gaiter, P. Ayers. J. Suter, J. Delehanty. Froni Row: G, Simonetti, D. Schmitt, R. Welch. E. Persi, J, Concannon. D. Bargy. R. Gullo. W. Wagner. Third Row: J. Cassata, C. Vccanti, A. Cinotti, A. O'Brien. Second Row: T. Cooper, R. Buflcwit, G. Slcerrett, S. Szczespanslri. Firsf Row: l. Hofmann, J. McCann, W. Bell, R. Mulhern, T. Bristol, W. Zweigle, TROMBONES, BARITONES, TUBAS TRUMPETS AND FRENCH HORNS MUSIC A very popular and appreciafed organizafion af Aquinas is fhe Music Deparfmenf. Wifh a greaf deal of sacrifice, worlf and slcill Mr. Raymond J. l-lasenauer, fhe Direcfor of Music, has molded one of fhe finesf high school bands in fhe sfafe. Per- forming af fhe foofball games, fhey never failed fo draw favorable commenf. Throughouf fhe year, during assemblies, rallies, and fhe annual "Spring Conce-rf", fhey upheld fhe proud name of Aquinas. One of fhe mosf oufsfanding qlee clubs Aquinas has ever had was produced by long hours of pa- fienf worlc on fhe parf of Mr. l-lasenauer. Begin- ning wifh a relafively small amounf of falenf. he formed a glee club fhaf delivered ifs firsf Per- formance. a fremendous success, af fhe Chrisfmas Assembly. Then came more arduous worlc and long hours of pracfice, leading fo fhe final pres- enfafion, fhe "Spring Concerfw. A group which does nof gain fhe publicify and affenfion of fhe Glee Club or Band is fhe Lifurgi- cal Choir. If is composed of sfudenfs of fhe Glee Club who desire only fo glorify God wifh fheir beaufiful and inspiring rendifions of Gregorian Chanf. Cerfainly in ifs own way fhis organizafion has lcepf Aquinas on fop in fhe field of music. We are proud. and have a righf fo be so, of our Band. Glee Club, and accomplished Lifurgical Choir. Bk: 1 f'fuf -w.-Q -.fx if 4 1 5 -. ii ' fi : .' 'W ' sf I r A. I ag i x A .9 Qk . X 3 ' f By 1 'X A 5 C 'Y A ' ' r6'41f Q if . ' , X V, f 4 -35' ' -. fix 0 , 1 -' , 1 , ' A -' ,' - ,uqfxk gg AYP r QW W-4 ' ' , f ff fr 1 " f j f . .. .I , 5 . X Y fe-:S -fr.:f - , .. . - l I .l ' L.. Third Row: G, PneJan, R. Strynslcr, F. Sheehan, J. Porter, D. Shaw, P, Kress, J. Rutkowslcr, P, Howiand R. Prlzzi. Second Row: P. Rrnqektein, T. Walz. C. Barnett, G. Brady, J, Marer, R. Warne, J. Crcotta D. Benzlnq, E. Maloney. Firsi: Row: A, Nrfmlettr, J. DeIVeccJwro, J, Izzo, D, Marranr, J, Delehanty, R G L E E C L U B Kujawa, T. Tnrlrer, J, Roncicne, T. Lazro. BARITONES AND BASSES - .. 2 - - - Third Row: W. Dunn, J. Drfal, E. Krnseila, J. McLauqbJin, P. Schmrdt, S. Pellinqra, J. Walsh, J. Brady, E R J. Versiraete. Second Row: W. Attrrdqe, R. Mason, R. Corrigan, T. Gutberlek, T. Brian, H. Hunt, E. Schneider, P, CalJan. Firsi Row: B. ROUJJO, H. Carduccr, J. Cnmmrngs, D, KelJy, L. Schmidt, R. Kun, G L E E C L U B J' Kane' L' Lawson' nf AND znd TENORS 30 Mg if-If. i, it lim 1 A Yam s.. NN www V ww fx -r Y fy 13.1 ea, N . x 4 xi? . sg- .4 1 A ,I Q 7 A X I :ix ,fy ' ,Q , 1. V -Ai x X R M .sf 2 AQUINAS 1. Q SENIORS 1 vi' ! l 'Il M I J 1 mmm :Q1 I 1 5 , -G. X .... xc. ,... i-L --.., In A AL I W D' m HU .W wr-4 A ' 4" in " , 1 ff v ,Qi D xgfl' - qi ..,. fi .. ..5 1 . 4 1 'tr "I PHILIP F. ALESSO 425 Harwick Rd. Phil St. Ambrose Honor Roll I3 Latin Club 43 So- dality 2, 3, 43 Acolyte Club 4, lChairman'3 Camera Club 23 Per- petual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Salety Patrol 43 M. and W. 43 lntramura Sports 23 Bowling Club 23 Library Club 3, 43 IO0 Club 3, 4. DONALD P. ARQUIT II7 Titus Ave. Paige St. Margaret Mary Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Golf Club 43 History Club 33 Glee Club 3, 43 M. and W. 43 Intramural Sports 3, 4. DAVID L. ALEXANDER 2l Lewis Sf. Davy Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Music Appreciation Club 23 German Club 3, 4, lPres.l3 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM M. ATTRIDGE BI3 Emerson St. Two Gun Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 43 Library Club 43 Radio Club 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, NEIL C. ALHART 93 Fonthlll Pk. Neil St. Ambrose Mission Unit l, 23 Perpetual Ros- ary l, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Football I3 Bowling Club I3 Ski Club 3, 43 Library Club 23 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 33 IOO Club 3. CORNELIUS A. BARNETT 23 Brooklawn Dr. Neil Our Lady of Lourdes Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Bowling Club I3 Ski Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Craft Club I3 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, GEORGE F. BAUERSCHMIDT I233 Portland Ave. Rabbit St. Andrews Perpetual Rosary 2, 43 Cralt Club I3 Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 43 German Club 3. 3, 43 Variety Shows 4. 43 Arete 4. SENIOR CLASS WILLIAM J. BEEMAN 43 Hermitage Rd. Bill St. Thomas Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club 43 Spanish Club 33 Chem- istry Club 43 B Squad Football 23 Freshman Football I3 Intramural Sports 3, 4. ROBERT J. BEIER l46 Mallinq Dr. Bob Our Lady of Perpetual Help Perpetual Rosary 23 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 B Squad Football 33 ln- tramural Sports 2, 4. FRANK J. ANDERSON 209 Summit Grove Pk. Frank Sacred Heart Mission Unit 2, 43 Perpetual Ros- ary 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 2, 33 History Club 33 Latin Club 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. BATES 344 Troup St. Bob SS. Peter and Paul Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I3 Frosh Basketball I3 Bowl- ing Club I, 23 Music Club 23 Hist- ory Club 3, 43 lntramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 43 Variety Shows I3 Booster Club 3, 4. WILLIAM R. BELL 523I Dewey Ave. Bill Our Mother of Sorrows Honor Roll 2: Perpetual Rosary I, 4, lCaptainj Mission Unit 33 Swim- ming Team 43 Golf Team I, 2, 3, 43 Library Club 33 Greek Club 43 German Club 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Science Club I3 Music Appre- ciation Club 2, lTreas.l3 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 23 Arete 43 Booster Club 3, 43 Va- riety Show 33 l00 Club I, 2, 3, 4. 35 DAVID A. IENZING I0 Chadvlall Rd. Red St. Ambrose Perpetual Rosary I, 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 43 Camera Club 23 B Squad Football 2, 33 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 IOU Club 3, 4. ANTHONY C. BIONDI 224 Saratoga Avo. Tony St. Anthony Saint Thomas Club I, 23 Camera Club 33 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodality I, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club II Library Club 2, 33 L'Aquilino 3, 43 Greek Club 43 M. and W. 3, 4, lNews Editorl3 Arete 4, lMan- aging Editorl3 Intramural Sports I, 23 Variety Show 43 IOO Club 3. WALTER D. BERL 240 Ernst St. Bud St. Andrew's Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Poster Club 23 Variety Show 43 Spotlight Club 23 Intramural Sports 2. DAVID R. BLOOMER 35 Collingwood Dr. Bloomers St. Margaret Mary Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Sodality 23 Bowling Club 23 Library Club 23 Chemistry Club 43 Intramural Sports I. LOUIS G. BEYERLEIN SIU Portland Ava. Lou Holy Radumsr Bowling Club 33 German Club 3. FRANK J. BOCCIA I4 King St. Cat SS. Peter and Paul Perpetual Rosary l, 43 Italian Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 43 Camera Club 23 L'Aquilino 3, 43 Bowling Club I3 Swingsters 23 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 IO0 Club 3. JOHN IIESZAD 967 Genesee Park Blvd. John St. Monica Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Safety Patrol 43 Intramural Sports I, 2. ROBERT C. BRADLER 420 Portland Ava. Bob Holy Radumar Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 So' dality I, 2, 3, 43 Acolyte Club I, 2, 3 IPresJ, 4 lvice Pres.l3 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club 43 History Club 33 M. and W. 3, 43 IOO Club 3, 4. GERALD R. BRADY 48 Marvin Avo. Jar St. James Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Bowling Club I, 23 Mission Bouts I3 Biology Club 23 Intramural Sports I, 23 IOO Club 3. 36 SENIOR CLASS JAMES B. BRADY 2342 Clifford Ava. Diamond Jim St. Ambrose Perpetual Rosary I3 Glee Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Biology Club 33 Ski Club 23 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. MATTHEW BRANSKI 6I5 N. Goodman St. Maatball Corpus Christi Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 Varsity Football 43 B Squad Football 2, 33 Freshman Football I3 Varsity Bas- ketball 43 Reserves Basketball 33 Frosh Basketball I3 Varsity Baseball 3, 43 Cooper Marines 3. RICHARD R. BRICKLER Ib27 Latta Rd, Dick Mother ot Sorrows Saint Thomas Club 2: Student Coun- cil 4, lTreas.l3 Mission Unit 3, lRepresentativel3 Latin Club 43 Greek Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary l, 2, 3, 4, lCap- tainlg Sodality 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Cooper Marines 3, ROBERT J. BROWN 538 Britton Rd. Bob Mother of Sorrows Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 4, Mission Unit l, 2, B Squad Football 2, Freshman Football I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, IOO Club 3. GEORGE G. BRIDGEMAN 639 North Greece Rd. Bridge Mother of Sorrows Perpetual Rosary 3, 4, Sodality 4, Mission Unit 4, Bowling Club 3, 4, Mission Bouts 3, B. Squad Football 3, Frosh Basketball I, Varsity Base- ball 3, IOO Club 3, 4. THOMAS J. BRIEN 56 Selyo Terr. Tom Holy Rosary Honor Roll l, Perpetual Rosary l, 2, 32 Glee Club 3, 4, German Club 4, Library Club 2, Acolyte Club 2, Freshman Football I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, EUGENE C. BROWN 63 Prince St. Gene Corpus Christi Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4, Sodality I, 2, French Club 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Craft Club I, Bowling Club I, 3, 4, ln- tramural Sports l, 2, 3. SENIOR CLASS THOMAS E. BROWN 304 Malden St. Browney St. John lGreecel Swimming Team 4, Bowling Club I, Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4, Aquinader lg Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. PETER G. IURKE Sl Allerton St. Pltl St. John KC-ireecel Honor Roll I, Perpetual Rosary I. 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 4. If WILLIAM E. BUECHEL 36Bl Lake Ave. Web Holy Cross Greek Club 4. THOMAS C. BURKE 870 Seward St. Tom St. Monica Honor Roll I, Varsity Football 3, 4, B Squad Football 2, Freshman Football, Frosh Basketball, Bowling Club I, Mission Bouts 3, 4, Perpet- ual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4- lntramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT P. BURGART 56 Wilcox St. Bob Blessed Sacrament Honor Roll l, Swimming Team 4, Ski Club 4, Latin Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 4, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. . JOHN G. BURNS I760 St. Paul St. Jack St. Margaret Mary Varsity Basketball 4, Reserve Bas- ketball 3, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Cooper Marines 3, Spanish Club 3, latin 4CIub 4, Intramural Sports ,f PHILIP C. BURKE 30 Lake View Pk. Phil Holy Roxary Music Appreciation Club 2, Cherri- istry Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 2. 3, IOO Club 2, Variety 5hOWS 42 Debating Team 3, Oratoricals 2. ROBERT J. BURNS 225 McNauqhton Street Bob Holy Apostles Varsity Football 4, B Squad 2, 3, Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. .76 t Q OWEN BUTLER I58 Vinton Road Owen Sf. Cocalia Bowling Club 33 Lafin Club 43 Chemislry Club 43 Perpelual Rosary I3 lnlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 I00 Club 3. HENRY J. CARDUCCI 946 Garson Avo. Hank Sf. Jamns Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 43 Library Club 33 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Glec Club 3, 43 lnlramural Sporfs 23 Lifurqical Choir 4. PHILIP CALLAN 253 Winona Blvd. Phil Sl. Margaref Mary Bowling Club lj Perpelual Rosary 2, 33 Sodalil I3 Glee Club 3, 43 lnframural Sporls I3 Lifurgical Choir 4. JOSEPH CARELLO 35 Shvans Si. Liffle Ilaly Holy Redumer Bowling I3 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 33 Glee Club l, 23 lnlramural Sporls l, 2, 3, 43 Ari Club 3, JOHN CAMARDO IOB Paylon Rd. Johnny Sf. Marqarel Mary Spanish Club 33 llalian Club 3, 43 Biology Club 33 Slage Crew 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 2, 3, 43 Spollighl Club 2, 3, 4 lSlage rnanagerl3 Library Club 2. GERALD CARNEY 55 Colabourna Rd. Jerry Sl. James Honor Roll I3 Bowling Club I3 Ski Club 23 Mission Boufs I, 23 Chem- isfry Club 43 Spanish Club 33 Per- pelual Rosary I, 23 Inlrarnural Sporls l, 2, 3, 4. VINCENT G. CARDELLA 264 McNaughfon Sf. Vin Holy Aposflos Sain? Thomas Club l, 2, 33 Sluf denl Council 3, 43 Cherriislry Club 4 lVice-Pres.l3 Lalin Club 43 Greek Club 43 llalian Club 3, 4 lVice- Pf6S.3: Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodalily I, 2, 3, 4 3Vice pl'CfBCT,: Maroon 8 While 2, 3, 43 Arele 43 Standard Bearer 4, JOHN CICOTTA 60 Ridgocrosl Rd. Johnnie Sf. John lGroecol Honor Roll I3 Bowling Club I3 llalian Club 23 Chemisfry Club 43 Perpelual Rosary I3 Glee Club 3, 43 lnlrarnural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM J. CLAIR 47 Rogers Ave. Bill Holy Aposllas Latin Club 43 Greek Club 43 Ger- rnan Club 33 Library Club 43 Pera pelual Rosary 3, 43 Maroon 81 While 3, 43 Arele 43 lnlramural Sporis 3, 43 Debating Team 3, 4. 38 60 Winbourne Rd. Miko Bowling Club I3 French Club 43 lTreas.l Library Club 2, 3, 43 Per- pelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Safely Pa- SENIOR CLASS KENNETH R. CLASGENS 53 Briarcliffo Rd. Sf. Thomas Bowling 33 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 33 Boosler Club 33 Perpelual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Aquinader Ken 23 Winshad Rd. Sf. John Evangalisl 33 ln- lnlrarnural Sporfs I. frarnural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4- IOO Club. EDWARD M. COLLIER Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 43 Missa Bouls I3 Perpelual Rosary I ARTHUR CONNORTON 35l Farmington Rd. Art St. Jamas Mission Bouts I5 Craft Club I5 Perpetual Rosary I5 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports I, 25 Art Club 2, 45 Poster Club 2. DARWIN S. CRANDALL 32 Newton Rd. Dar St. Johns lGrncoI Honor Roll I5 German Club 35 Chemistry Club 45 Perpetual Rosary ' Intramural Sports I5 JAMES CONNORTON 48 Illinois St. Jim St. John Evangelist Honor Roll 25 Ski Club5 Spanish Club 35 Perpetual Rosary 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Maroon X1 White 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3. MORRIS B. CULHANE 53I Lyull Avo. Frenchy Holy Apostles Saint Thomas Club I, 25 French Club 45 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. I, 2, 3, 4, IOO Club 3. ROBERT CORRIGAN 6l6 Augustine St. Bob Holy Rosary Bowling Club I5 Chemistry Club 45 German Club 25 Library Club 25 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. JOHN CUMMINGS BIB Flower City Pk. Jack Sacred Heart Mission Bouts 3, 45 Perpetual Ros- ary I5 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2, 33 Liturgical Choir 45 Craft Club I. SENIOR CLASS WILLIAM COSSELMAN I332 Portland Ava. Swill St. Andrew Bowling Club 4 lCaptainl5 Perpet ual Rosary 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports I, 25 IOO Club 35 Poster Club 2. JOSEPH F. CUNNINGHAM 273 Ridgemont Drivo Joe St. Johns IGrsecsl Varsity Basketball 45 Reserves Bas' Ifetball 2, 35 Frosh BasketbaIl5 Golf Club 3, 45 Perpetual Rosary I, 25 G-lee Club 35 Maroon 81 White 3, 45 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. ROCCO C. CUPOL0 152 Brockluy Rd. Rock St. James Ski Club 45 German Club 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Perpetual Rosary 2, 35 Band I5 Glee Club 35 Mae roon 8- White 3, 45 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 45 Variety Show I5 Camera Club I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES T. CURRIER LEO F. DEGNAN I Hoover Rd. Varsity Vic Ill Cady St. Deg St. Marqarat Mary Immaculate Conception Honor Roll I5 Mission Unit I, 25 Mission Unit I, 2, 35 Varsity Foot- Varsity Football 3, 45 B Squad 25 ball 45 Perpetual Rosary I, Frosh Football I5 Swimming Team Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, 45 Bowling Club I5 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Mission Bouts Committee 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Latin Club 4 lVice Pres.I5 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 45 Maroon 81 White 3, 45 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL DE LAUS II2 Lorimar St Mrk. St Anthony nor Roll I i ri u Perpetual R ary I 2 3 4 Sodal ty , , , 4, Maron Xi Whit , ramural Sports I, 2, , , 39 Bidwell Terrace Pa! rperual Rosary I, 2, 33 lnfra, rn ral Sporfs I, 2. . Ng. yr. . JOHN DELEHANTY 35 Rainier Sl. Holy Rosary Bowling Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Perpelual Rosary I3 Band l, 2, 3, 4 lPresidenll3 Glee Club 3, 43 Aouinader 43 lnlramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Lilurgical Choir 43 Va rlefy Show l, 3, 43 loo Club 2, 3, 4. Sleepy ROBERT T. DOBSON 2720 Dewey Avo. lob Sf. Charles lorromoo Cliemislry Club 43 Radio Club 4 IVice-Pres.l3 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3. JOSEPH J. DEL VECCHIO W3 Second Sl. Joe Sf. Francis Xavier Honor Roll I, 23 Varsily Baseball 3, 43 Cooper Marines 3, 43 German Club 33 Perpelual Rosary l, 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Inirarnural Sporls I, 2, 3. MICHAEL DONOVAN I8 Warwick Ava. Tu Sf. Auqusfine Mission Unil 23 Mission Boul 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Golf Club 43 inlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY DI CESARE l21 Flanders Sf. Julius Good Counsel German Club 33 Lafin Club 43 Li- brary Club 3, 4 lS8C.I: Chernisfry Club 43 Perpelual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Maroon Bi While 3, 43 Arele 43 Music Apprecialion Club 2. WILLIAM DOUD 56 Alpine Sf. Elwood P. SI. Boniface Sr. Thomas Club I3 Honor Holl 23 B Squad Foolball 23 Freshman Fool- ball I3 Varsily Baseball 3, 43 Cooper Marines 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club I3 Lalin Club 43 Spanish Club 33 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Inlramural Sporls I, 2, 33 Publicity Staff 43 IOO Club 2. I JOSEPH DI LALLO 236 Whilney SI. Jos SI. Francis of Assissi Honor Roll I, 23 Perpelual Rosary 43 Intramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. JUSTIN DOYLE l25 Dallreifh Rd. Jud Sf. James Honor Roll I, 23 Spanish Club 33 Chernislry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Maroon IL While 3, 43 ln- framural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. PATRICK J. DUNCAN Holy Rosary SENIOR CLASS NORMAN E. DUNN THOMAS E. EAGLE 57 Snack Ava. Norm I4I Sylvania Rd. Tom The Annuncialion St. Louis Perpelual Rosary 4 ICapr.l3 Glee Golf Club 33 Bowling Club I, 2, 33 Club 3, 43 Inlramural Sporls I, Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 33 Sodalily 43 Lilurgical Choir 4. I, 23 Spolliqhl Club 2, 33 Span- ish Club 33 lnfrarnural Sporls I, 2 3 IOO Club I 2 3 DONALD J. EHMANN 636 MI. Road Blvd. Don Holy Family Sf. Thomas Club I, Honor Roll 23 German Club 3, 43 Music Club 23 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 33 Glee Club I3 lnlramural Sports I, 2, 3, 47 Ellison SY. , , . 4I Crafl Club I3 Boosler Club 3. l' . ,P 5- 4' 5 4. "1 ' ,. Ivhll I ur. - - 31 -iiirr riir FRANK J EISELE Corpus Chrlsh Bowling Club 2 3 Library 33 Perpelual Rosary 4 ral Sporls I, 2, 3 ROY F. ENGELS 50 Whitby Rd. Roy St. Ambrose Honor Roll I3 Student Council 2, 3, 4 lVice-Pres.l3 Mission Unit 2, 33 Varsity Basketball 4 lMQl'.,: Var' sity Baseball 3, 43 Cooper Marines 2, 33 French Club 4 lPl'eS.l: Greek Club 4 IVice-Pres.l3 Perpetual Ros- ary lj Band I, 2, 3, 43 Safety Pa- trol 33 Aquinader 43 Maroon li White 3, 4 lSports Editorj3 Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 4. WILLIAM R. ENGLERT JAMES ENRIGHT I00 Sagamof. Dr, gm BI9 So. Goodman St. Jim St, Thai-nag St. Boniface Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 IOO Club Vs'-l'5liY Football 2. 3. 41 Mission Bouts 2, 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, SENIOR CLASS JOHN M. EWING I07 Normandy St. Jack St. Augustine Varsity Football 2 lMgr.I3 Biology Club 33 Perpetual Rosary 23 Intra- mural Sport I, 2, 3, 4. DONALD F. FEMIANO 97 Dorset St. D. A. Don St. Ambrose Honor Roll I, 23 Swimming Team 43 German Club 33 Latin Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I3 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Maroon 81 White 33 Intramural Sports I, 2, 4. RICHARD S. FALZONE 58 Grombie St. Fuzzy St. Francis Xavier Library Club 2, 33 Craft Club I3 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Band I3 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, EUGENE F. FERRERA 993 Garson Ave. Gene St. James Perpetual Rosary I, Z3 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Craft Club I. WILLIAM P. FARONE 24 Irving Dr. Willy St. Helen Mission Unit 43 Golf Team 3, 43 Bowling Club I3 Science Club I3 Golf Club 3, 43 Italian Club 43 Debating Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 43 Band I, 2' Maroon 81 White 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES R. FIANNACA 207 Child St. Jaclr St. Francis of Assissi Honor Roll 23 Italian Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 23 Maroon 8: White 43 Variety Show 3, 43 Aquilino 43 Talent Club 4. WILLIAM J. ENTRESS IOI6 West Side Dr. Bill Holy Ghost Bowling Club 43 Perpetual Rosary ROBERT J. FARRELL I836 Lake Ave. Spice Sacred Heart french Club 33 Intramural Sports I, , 3. HARRY R. FLAHERTY 55 Finch St. Harry Holy Rosary Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 43 intramural Sports I, 2, 4. EDWARD B. FLANIGAN 83 Alexander Sl. Ed Sl. Mary Honor Roll I3 Varsily Baslmelball 43 Reserves Baslrelball 2, 33 Lafin Club 43 Perpelual Rosary 3, 43 lnframural Sporls I, 2. FREDERICK A. GEIGER IM McKinley Sf. Frih Sl. John IGreeceI Bowling Club I, 23 Ski Club 2, 33 German Club 43 Chemislry Club 43 Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Infra- rnural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 33 Craft Club I. PETER FRACHEL RONALD FURSTOSS 238 Depew Sf. Pele 279 Keeler Sl. Ron Sl. Auqusline O. L. P. H. German Club 3, 43 Chemisiry Club Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Band I, 2, 43 Perpelual Rosary l, 2, 3, 43 Sodalily I3 lnlramural Sporis I, 2, 3, 4. LOUIS J. GIORDANO I77 Pefrossi Dr. Louie Sf. Andrew Mission Unif 2, 33 Golf Team 2, 33 Bowling Club I, 2, 33 German Club 43ChemisIry Club 43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Inrramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 Variely Shows I, 3, 43 Crafl Club I IPres.l3 Music Apprecialion Club 33 Variefy Show I. ROBERT GRAF WALTER G. GAESSER 559 Weslfleld Sl. Wal? O. L. P. H. Chernislry Club 43 Perpelual Rosary 43 Safety Pafrol 3, 43 Aquinader 4 IAssf. EdilorI3 IOO Club 4. ANTHONY GRAMZA 284 Magee Ave. Bob I57 Sl. Stanislaus Sf. Tony Sacred Hear? Sl. Slanislaus German Club 33 Perpeiual Rosary Library Club 3, 43 Camera Club 2 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sporls 2, 3, 4. 33 Arl Club 3, 43 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Safely Palrol 3, 4. EUGENE P. GRAMZA II7 Van Sfallen Sf. Gene Our Lady of Perpelual Help Honor Roll I3 German Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 SodaIiry3 lniramural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 4. 42 SENIOR CLASS RICHARD A. GREEN 44? Van Voohris Ave. Dick ' SI. Margarel Mary Honor Roll I3 Biology Club 33 Craft Club I3 Perpelual Rosary I, 2 3, 43 Dramafics 2, 3, 43 Variery Shows 33 Spolliqhl Club 2, 3, 4. GEORGE GUMBRECHT 75? Wesl Main Sl. Herman Sl. Augusllne Sludenl Council 23 Mission Unii 33 Varsity Foolball 43 B Squad Foo?- ball 33 Freshman Foofball I3 Bowl- ing Club I3 Spanish Club 43 Per- pelual Rosary I3 Band I, 2, 3, 43 lnlramural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 43 Variery THOMAS GUTBERLET 205 Albemarle Sf. Tom Holy Rosary Sain? Thomas Club I3 Honor Roll 2, 33 Sludenl Council 2, 33 German Club 3, 43 Perpelual Rosary 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Maroon and While 43 Intramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 De- bafinq Sociefy 4. Shows I. GERARD M. HAFNER I0 Couchman Ave. Jerry Sf. Thomas Sain? Thomas Club I, 25 Honor Roll 35 Mission Unil' I5 Spanish Club 35 Lalin Club 45 Greek Club 45 Acolyle Club 45 Chemislry Club 45 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 3, 45 Sodalily I lPre- fecfl 3, 4 llnslrucror of Candi- dafesl5 Maroon Er White 3, 45 Arele 45 "l00" Club 45 Music Ap' preciafion 2. JOHN J. HECHT 222 Longridqe Ave. Jack Sf. Charles Borromeo Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 35 lnlramural Sporls I, 2. RAYMOND HAMM IIZ Bowman SI. Ray Sf. John Evangelist Cargiera Club 35 Perpelual Rosary I, . EDWIN HEISINGER 235 Wimbledon SI. Tom Sl. Margaref Mary Varsily Foolball-15 B Squad Fool- ball 2, 33 Freshman Foorball I5 Bowling Club I5 Perpelual Rosary JOSEPH G. HETZLER 38 Lake View Park Joe Holy Rosary French Club 35 Perpelual Rosary 2, 35 lnlramural Sporls 4. I, 25 Inlramural Sporls SENIOR CLASS ROBERT HILL I74 Genesee SI. Bunker Our Lady of Good Counsel Honor Roll I5 Mission Unil I, 35 B Squad Football 25 Freshman Fool- ball I5 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS K. HILLEN 338 Wilkins SI. Pefe Mission Unit I, 2, 35 Perpetual Ros- ary I, 2, 3, 45 Ari Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN HARMON 25 Parsells Ave. Jack Corpus Chrisili French Club 3. THOMAS J. HERLIHY SI Reliance SI. Tom Our Lady of Perpelual Help Camera Club 3, 45 Perpetual Rosary I, 25 lnlramural Sporis 2, 3, 45 Craft Club I. JOHN F. HASENAUER 88 Jersey SI. Hasie Sf. John Evanqelisl' Honor Roll I5 Chemislry Club 45 Perpefual Rosary I, 2, EUGENE A. HETTEL 250 Avery SO. Gene Holy Family Library Club 45 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 2, 35 Band I, 2, 3, 4 lDrum Maiorlg Swingslers 2, 3, 43 lnlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 45 Variety Shows 2, 3, 4. Holy Redeemer ROIERT C. HINKELMAN 36? Birr Sf. Bob Holy Rosary Freshman Foofball I5 Bowling Club I5 Cherhisfr Club 45 Library Club 25 Perpelual Rosary 2, 3, 45 Infra- mural Sporls I, 2, 3, 45 Music Ap' preciafion Club 2. 43 MATTHEW T. HOGAN I4 Rochesfer SI. Llma, N. Y. TUYYY SI. Rose Perpelual Rosary 3, 43 lnhamural Sports 3, 4. HERBERT J. HUNT I44 Chapin Sf. Herb SQ. Andrew Freshman Baskelball I3 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Clubs 3, 43 lnframural Sporls I, 2, 3. LEO A. HOSENFELD BI2 South Ave. SI. Boniface Honor Roll l, 2, 33 Varsily Foofball 43 B Squad Foofball 2, 33 Freshman Foofball I3 Ski Club 2, 3 IVice- Pres.l, 4 lPres.l3 Spanish Club 33 Chemislry Club 43 Perpelual Rosary 2, 43 lnlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 3. Hosey JOSEPH A. INFANTINO 93 Rohr SI. Joe SI. Francis Xavler Bowling Club l, 23 German Club 33 lfalnan Club 3, 43 Library Club 2, 33 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 33 In- Iramural Sports I, 2. PETER HOWLAND 282 Scholfleld Road SI. Marqaref Mary Sf. Thomas Club I3 Honor Roll 2, 33 Mission Uni? 43 German Club 43 Lafin Club 43 Chemislry Club 43 Craf? Club I3 Perpelual Rosary I, Z, 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Maroon BI While 43 Arefe 43 Inframural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 43 Lilurqical Choir 4. Pete RALPH F. IRENE 342 Lexinqron Av, Diuy Fingers Holy Rosary Honor Roll I3 Mission Unif 33 lfal- ian Club 43 L'Aquilino 43 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 33 Variely Show I, 3, 43 Inframural Sporfs 3. .s5.5,,A V :la!':f.iJ'I:a4' JAMES J. HUBERT 23I Fairfax Rd. Jlm Sr. James Golf Team 43 Bowling Club I3 French Club 43 Perpelual Rosary 23 Dramalics 23 Maroon 8: While 3, 43 Inlramural Sporfs I, 2 3, 43 soo Club I, 2, 3, 43 vafieoy Shows 2. JOHN DAVID IZZO 233 Lake Ave. Rocky Barneff Sf. Anfhony Sludenl Council 3, 43 Mission Uni? I, 2, 3, 43 Ilalian Club 2, 43 L'- Aquilino 43 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodalify I3 Glee Club 3, 43 Variefy Show 4. EDWARD I.. JANOWSKI 3 Peckham SI. SI. Sfanislaus Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 43 Perpelual Rosary 43 lnlramural Sporls I, 2. 4-4 67I Ridgeway Ave. Sacred Heart ball I3 Mission Bouls I3 ball l, 2 IMgr.l. GERALD JESMER Varsiry Foofball 43 Freshman Fool- Golf Club SENIOR CLASS JOHN JULIAN FRANKLIN L. KAMP Jess IS3 Davis SI. Johnny 75 Oneida SI. Frank MI. Carmel SI. Andrew Bowling Club I3 Perpetual Rosary Honor Roll I. Cralr Club I. 2, 3, 43 Perperual Rosary I, 43 Inlramural Sporfs 2, 3, 43 Basket- I 2 4' lnframural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 43 VICTOR KANE 3499 Culver Rd. Vic St. Salome Mission Unit I, 2, 3, 4, 8 Sczuad Football I, Freshman Football I, Frosh Basketball I, Mission Bouts I, Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, lntras mural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. HENRY KANE 5 Lapham St. Wee Guy Sacred Heart Reserves Basketball 3, Mission Bouts 3, 4, Golf Club 3, 4, Perpetual Rosary I, 2, Glee Club 3, 4 IPres.I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES KANE Bl Albemarle St. Hugh Sacred Heart Mission Bouts 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. 3? Library Club 2, Perpetual Rosary I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, JOSEPH C. KANE 64 Avon PI. Joe Blessed Sacrament Saint Thomas Club I, Bowling Club I, Mission Bouts 2, 3, 4, panish Club 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, History Club 3, Aviation Club 2, Golf Club 4, Craft Club I, Perpetual Rosary I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, IOO Club 2, Maroon 8: White 3, 4 Ibditor-in-Chiell. SENIDR CLASS WILLIAM H. KEEGAN 57 Laurelton Rd. Bill St. Ambrose Freshman Football, Golf Club 4, French Club 4 ISecretaryl Perpetr ual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, IOO Club 3, 4 Mission Unit l, RONALD JOSEPH KENT 634 Clarissa St. Ron Immaculate Conception French Club 4, Perpetual Rosary 3. PATRICK J. KEENAN 9 Sibley Place Nesbitt Corpus Christi Varsity Basketball 4, Reserves Bas- ketball 2, 3, Golf Team I, 21 3, 4 ICaptainl French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 4, Biology Club 3, Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4, Maroon Si White 3, 4 IManaqing Editorl Intramural Sports I, 2. EDWARD LEO KERNAN lb! Westminister Rd. Ed llessed Sacrament French Club 3, 4, Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. DAVID L. KELLY 39 Day Place Dave Immaculate Conception Library Club 3, 4, Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 4, Glee Clubs 3, 4, Safety gahtgg-I43, 4 ICaptainl Liturgical THOMAS E. KICK 64 Evangeline St. Tom St. Monica Mission'Unit 3, Reserves Basketball 2, Bowling Club I, 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4, In- tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Craft Club I. LEON ARTHUR KENNING l24 Bradburn St. Orange St. Monica Freshman Football, Golf Team 2, 3 lVicePres.l 4, Spanish Club 2, Perpetual Rosary Ig Safety Patrol 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. EDWARD S. KINSELLA 260 Seville Drive Ed St. Margaret Mary Bowling Club I, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, Chemistr Club 4, Golf Club 4, Cralt Club I, Aviation Club 2, Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Maroon Sr it Ap: E., K 8i White 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. KINSKY 77 Crawford St. Bob St. lonlface St. Thomas Club 23 Honor Roll 33 Student Council 43 Mission Unit 43 Latin Club 4 lPresidentl3 Spanish Club 33 Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 AClUH'h'-Idel' 4 lEditorl Intramural Sports 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 3, 4. WILLIAM J. KLEM 35 Langford Rd. Bill Sacred Heart German Club 33 Chemistry Club 43 Camera Club 2, 3, 43 Perpetual R05-VY I. 3, 43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 I00 Club 43 Craft Club I. JOHN KITZEL II72 Lyell Ave. Kit: Holy Apostles Bowling Club I, 23 German Club. 23 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2. DAVID S. KNAPP 64 Appleton St. Dave St. Augustine Bowling Club I3 Camera Club 2, 3 lTreas.l 43 Chemistry Club 43 Radio Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Aquinader 3, 4 lPhotographerl3 Spotlight Club 2, 3, 4 lStage Man- agerl. JOSEPH KIZINSKI I05 Thomas St. Kluy St. Theresa Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 43 Perpetual Rosfryg IZ 2, 33 Intramural Sports STANLEY J. KONIECZNY 230 Furlong St. Stan St. Stanislaus Honor Roll I, 23 French Club 43 2Ch:5mistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary JOHN J. KLEE I72 So. Main St., Brockport, N. Y. John Nativity of The Blessed Virgin Mary Golf Team 3, 43 Bowling Club l, 2, 3, 4 lVice Pres.l Craft Club I3 Spanish Club 33 Perpetual Rosary I, 2. ROBERT C. KORESKO 40 Mark St. Bob St. Theresa Honor Roll I3 Bowling Club I3 Mission Unit I3 Art Clubg Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Craft Club I. SENIOR CLASS PETER KRESS 75 Penhurst St. Pete Good Counsel Honor Roll I, 2, 33 Swimming Team 43 French Club 43 Library Club 4 lPres.l Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 Sodality I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 43 Maroon li White 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 43 Litur- qical Choir 43 l00 Club 3, 4, 46 JOHN M. KUEBEL 43 Linden St. Jack St. Boniface Saint Thomas Club I3 Honor Roll 2, 33 French Club 43 Library Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2. RONALD KUJAWA 2962 Dewey Ave. Polaclr St. Charles Borromeo Mission Units 3, 4 lPresidentl Var- sity Football 43 Cooper Marines 33 Swimming Team 43 Bowling Club I, 2, 33 Ski Club 3, 43 Mission Bouts 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 33 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Aguinader 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 l00 Club I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. KULZER 70 Dunbar St. Hob Our Lady of Good Counsel Spanish Club 33 Per etual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Intramural sports l, 2. RICHARD K. KURZ 38 Rau SI. Dick SI. Marqaref Mary Sain? Thomas Club l, 23 Honor Roll 33 Bowling Club 33 Chemisfry Club 43 Crall Club I3 Library Club 23 German Club 3, 43 Lalin Club 43 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodalify 2, 3, 43 Drarnalics 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 43 Arele 4 lEdgIor-in-Chief, lnframural Sporls l, , 3, 4. EDMUND J. LAVECK ?5 Barron SI. Ted Sf. Monica Sludenf Council 43 Mission Uni? 23 Frosh Basketball I3 Golf Team 43 Bowling Club 43 Ski Club 43 Span- ish Club 3, 43 Biology Club 3 lPres.l3 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Aquinader 43 lnframural Sporfs JOHN T. LAGN ESE I65 Curlew Sf. Lag Holy Rosary Honor Roll I3 Bowling.Club I, 23 German Club l, 33 Library Club 2, 43 Radio Club 43 Chess Club 43 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 43 Drae malics 43 lnframural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 Variely Show 43 Talenl' Club 43 Chemislry Club 43 Camera Club 4. THOMAS LAZIO 377 Hursfbourne Rd. Tom S+. James Varsiry Baseball 23 Cooper Marines 23 Mission Bouts I3 Perpefual Rosary I, 23 Glee Clubs 3, 43 Liiurgical Choir 43 lnframural Sporfs 43 Cheer. leader 3, 43 l00 Club 4. PIERRE C. LANDRY LOUIS P. LATRAGNA 36l Rosewood Ter. Pete '75 Ed90l-ind 59- LOUIO Sf. Ambrose 57- Ambrose Honor Roll I3 Mission Uni? 2, 3, 43 BOWHHQ Club l. 21 lldlion Club B.Squad 23 Cooper Marines 23 Swinqslers 2, 33 Band I, 2, 3, 43 lnrramural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 2, 3. CHARLES J. LECHNER 554 Howard Rd. Chick SI. Theodore Mission Uni? I3 Bowling Club l, 2, 3, 43 Chemisfry Club 43 Perpefual Rosary 2, 3, 43 lCapf.l lnframural Sporls 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 2, 3, 4. SENIOR CLIISS RONALD G. MACK 43 Sodux SI. Ron SI. James Varsify Baslrelball 3, 43 Reserve Baskelball 23 Frosh Baskelball I3 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 43 Cooper Marines 3, 43 Mission Bouls I3 Spanish Club 23 Perpefual Rosarv 2, 3, 43 I00 Club 43 Publicify Slaffl 4. JOSEPH J. MADALENA 327 Orange SI. Joe SI. Francis of Assissi Varsilv Foofball 43 B Squad Foot ball 23 Freshman Foofball I3 Mis- sion Boufs 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Lalin Club 4 Greek Club 4 Presjg : l lnlramural Sporfs 2, 3, 4. 2, 3, 43 Perpelual Rosary l, 33 Craft Club I3 Music Appreciation 23 lnlramural Sporls I. HERBERT J. LE PAGE l54I Monroe Ave. Herb Blessed Sacramenf Bowling Club 3, 43 Ski Club l. 2, 33 Perpefual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Maroon li Whiie 43 Craff Club l3 Library Club 23 Arr Club 23 ln. rramural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES MAGIN I555 Clinfon Ave. N. Chuck Our Lady of Perpelual Helr Swimminq Team 43 Bowling Club I3 Chemisfry Club 43 Perpelual Rosary 2, 3, 43 lnrramural Sporls l, 2, 3, 4. 47 DAVID P. MAIER Z0 Wakefield St. Dave Our Lady of Perpetual Help Freshman Football I3 Bowling Club I3 Ski Club I, 2, 33 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Library Club 2. GORDON LOUIS MALIOEUF IJII East Mein St. Gordie Corpus Christi Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 43 French Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3. JOHN I. MAIER 88 Chestnut Hill Dr. J. B. St. Thomas Honor Roll 33 Mission Unit I, 23 Bowling Club 43 Mission Bouts 23 German Club 3, 4 lSec.l3 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Craft Club I3 Perpet- ural Rosary Z, 33 Sodality 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Liturgical Choir 43 I00 Club 43 Variety Show I, 33 Spotlight Club 43 Chess Club lTreas.l 43 Acolyte Club 43 Chemistry Club 4 ITreas.l. EDWARD J. MALONEY 370 Thurston Rd. Ted Our Lady ot Good Council Honor Roll I3 Mission Unit I, 23 Spanish Club 33 Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 23 Liturgical Choir 4. TIMOTHY I. MAIER 4454 Dewey Ave. Tim Mother ol Sorrows Mission Unit 43 Swimming Team 43 Spanish Club 33 Chemistry Club 43 Latin Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Intramural Sports 2, 33 IOO Club 2. 3. NOEL A. MARIANETTI 662 Stone Rd. Cheeta St. Charles Borromeo Mission Unit I, 2, 43 Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 43 Freshman Football3 Reserves Basketball 23 Varsity Base' ball 3, 43 Cooper Marines 23 Bowl- ing Club I3 Ski Club 33 Italian Club 33 Glee Club 33 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. GAETANO A. MAIRA 76 Sylvester Street Tom St. Andrew Freshman Football I3 Frosh Basket' ball I3 Mission Bouts I, 2, 33 Art Club 3, 43 Chess Club I3 Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Safety Patrol 33 In- tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. DAVID MARIANI Il Brooklyn St. Dave Holy Rosary Varsity Football Mgr. 2, 3, 43 Fresh- man Football Mgr.3 Swimming Team 43 Bowling Club I, 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramura Sports I, 23 Cralt Club I. SENIOR CLASS ROIERT MASON 432 Caroline St. Bob St. Boniface Honor Roll I3 Mission Unit I3 Rel serves Basketball 2, 33 Bowling Club I3 Spanish Club 43 Library Club 2, 3, 4 lVice Pres.l3 Craft Club I3 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodality I, 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Li' turgical Choir 43 Variety Shows I, 33 Spotlight Club 3, 43 Golf Club RICHARD J. MASTRODONATO 77 Willmonl' St. Dlcli St. Philip Nerl Sl. Thomas Club I3 Honor Roll 2, 33 Latin Club 43 German Club 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Chem- istry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 23 Maroon L White 3, 4 lLiterary Ed- il0l'l: Arete 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Debating Society 3, 4. DUANE McCOY I37 Crossfleld Dr. Wenedy St. Ambrose French Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 23 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE MARRON I02 Conlrey Ave. Punchy St. Michael Bowling Club I3 Mission Bouts I, 2, 3, 43 olf Club 23 Booster Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 I00 Club 4. 48 ROY J. McHENRY 92 Dorsey Rd. Gus St. Charles lorrorneo Bowling Club Ig Mission Bouts 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4: Aquin- ader 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. GERALD F. McGUIRE JAMES P. McGUlRE RICHARD M. MCHALE 75 Mayfield St, J., I23 Harding Rd. Red I50 Ridgeway Ave. Mac St. John The Evangelist Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Reserves Saint Thomas Club Ig Mission Unit Bowling Club I, 2, 3: Ski Club 2, Basketball 25 Cooper MM-ing, 33 2: B Squad Football 23 Frosh Bas- 3, 43 Bioloqy Club 35 Camera Club Spanish Club 25 Perpetual Rosary ketballg Perpetual Rosary I, 2. 41 2. 3E GOII Club 3. 41 Perpetual Ig Band I, 2, 3' Intramural S orts l"Il'0mU"6I SDOVVS I- Rosary I, 23 Sodality lg Intramural I, 23 Variety Shows 3: Publicity Sports I, 2, 3, 4. Staff 4. JAMES L. McLAUGHLIN I36 Thomas Ave. Mac St. Thomas Reserves Basketball: Frosh Basket- ball lg Spanish Club 3 IPras.l1 Port pelual Rosary I, 2, 3: Glee Clubs 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 4. BRUCE MIGLIORE I63 Falstei Rd. Mlq St. Ambrose Mission Unit I: Bowling Club I: Mission Bouts 2, 4: Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 41 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Craft Club I. SENIOR CLASS THOMAS A. MCVEIGH 329 Walztord Rd. Tom St. Salome Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL MILITELLO 36 Orchard Plz. llvd. Russ St. Ambrose Ski Club 4: Mission Bouts I, 3, 43 Italian Club 4: Art Club 4: Per- petual Rosary lg Band 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES J. MEISENZAHL 79 Elmqrove Rd. Charlie St. John IC-Sreecel Honor Roll I, 33 German Club 3. 4, Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3. HARRY J. MILLER 90 Elm Drive Harry St. John the Evangelist Bowling Club I, 3: Chemistry Club 43 Golf Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 3, 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4: IOO Club 3, 4. RICHARD M. METZINGER 73 Edgeland St. Dick St. Ambrose Greek Club 45 Chess Club 43 Chamislry Club 43 Intramural Sports 2, . PETER D. MIRAIELLA HS Webster Ave. Pete Corpus Christi Bowling Club I: German Club 33 Talent Club 43 Intramural Sports I 'Z' VINCENT P. MITRANO 33 Saratoga Ave. Vin St. Anthony Honor Roll I3 Latin Club 43 Italian Club 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodality I, 2, 3, 43 Maroon 81 White 43 Arete 43 L'Aquilino 43 Talent Club 4. WILLIAM MONTEITH 259 Clay Ave. Bill Sacred Heart French Club 43 Perpetual Rosary 43 Band I, 2, 33 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Golf Club 2. EDWARD J. MOCKEVICIUS 574 Hudson Ave. Bosco St. George Bowling Club 3, 43 Ski Club 2, 3. 43 Golf Club 2, 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 23 Intramural Sports I, 2. 32 Chess Club 43 Craft Club I. NORMAN A. MOREY I66 Canton St. Mor Holy Apostles Bowling Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 33 Chemistry Club 43 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 ln- tramural Sports lg Variety Shows 43 GERALD J. MONAGHAN I37 Rodessa Rd. Jerry St. Charles Borromeo Bowling Club I, 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 43 Craft Club I. CHARLES MUDGE I54 Rutgers St. Chuck Blessed Sacrament Bowling Club I3 French Club 25 Golt Club 43 Craft Club I3 Perpet- ual Rosary 23 Intramural Sports I. 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 3, 4. CLIFFORD C. MONTEAU 24 Highwood Rd. Doc St. Ambrose German Club 3, 43 Library Club 23 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 Glee Clubs 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 33 Liturgical Choir 43 I00 Club I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT B. MULHOLLAND lI2 Thorndale Terr. Bob St. Augustine Salety Patrol 33 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 2, II. Spotlight Club 43 Talent Club 41 Radio Club 43 Camera Club 43 Li- brary Club 43 Chess Club 4. SENIOR CLASS DONALD F. NASTASI I305 Winton Rd. Don St. James Swimming Team 43 Bowling Club I, 23 Library Club 3, 43 Latin Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Aviation Club 23 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4. VIYO NATALE 243 Magee Ava. Paisan Sacred Heart Bowling Club I3 Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 4. ANTHONY F. NICOLETTI 357 Champlain St. Nick SS. Peter and Paul Bowling Club I, 23 Italian Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Biology Club 33 Perpetual Rosary I, 2. 33 Glee Clubs 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 2, 3, 43 L'Aquilino 3, 43 Craft Club I3 JOHN J MURRAY I50 Electric Ave. Jaclr Sacred Heart Bowling Club I3 Spanish Club 3, 43 Craft Club I3 Perpetual Rosary I3 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. SO Camera Club 23 Music Appreci- ation Club 2. ROBERT A. NOLAN l34 Cabo? Rd. Bob St. John the Evangelist Library Club 2, 33 German Club 33 Perpetual Rosary I, 43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Arete 4. JAMES NORTON 269 Ryo Rd. Jim St. John the Evangelist B Squad Football 23 Freshman Foot- ball I3 French Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 2, 3, 4 ITreasurerI3 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 4. RAYMOND A. NOTHNAGLE II! Dove St. Sparky Ray Holy Rosary Honor Roll I3 Freshman Football I3 Bowling Club I3 Spanish Club 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Maroon Br White 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Variety Shows 4. LAWRENCE J. OBERLIES I44 Salina St. Pres St. Augustine Honor Roll I3 Student Council 3, 4 IPresidentl3 Bowling Club I3 Spanish Club 2, 33 Latin Club 43 Debating Society 3, 4 ICofPres- identI3 Chemistry Club 43 Perpet- ual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 33 EUGENE P. NOTO ZIS Maltby St. Gene Holy Apostles Bowling Club I, 3, 43 Italian Club 3 ISecretaryI, 4 IPresidentI3 Li' brary Club 2, 3, 4 ITreasurerl3 Art Club 33 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 2, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 L'AquiIino 3, 4. ROBERT A. O'BRlEN I00 Scottsville Rd. O. B. St. Monica Mission Unit 43 Ski Club 43 Spen- ish Club 33 Library Club 43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Safety Patrol 43 Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 43 I00 Club 4. JOHN R. O'CONNELL 75 Everett St. John x Sacred Heart Bowling Club 33 Mission Bouts I, 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Sodality I3 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. Maroon Br White 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 3. SENIOR CLASS ROBERT O'CONNELL 265 Melrose St. Robert St. Augustine Mission Unit 23 B Squad Football 23 Freshman Football I3 Bowling ROBERT OSTERMAN 275 Titus Ave. Lover Boy St. Margaret Mary Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 ntramural Sports I3 Art Club 4. Club I3 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Science Club I3 History Club 3. THOMAS NORTON 269 Rye Rd. Hoppy St. John Varsity Football 43 B Squad Foot- ball 2, 33 Freshmen Football I3 Frosh Basketball I3 Bowling Club I3 Ski Club 43 Mission Bouts 43 Span- ish Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 33 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Avis ation Club 23 Craft Club I. DAVID J. O'CONNELL Iel Normandy Ave. O'Co St. Augustine Bowling Club I3 Mission Bouts 2. 33 Biology Club 33 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 3, 43 Cheerleader , 4. NELSON E. OWEN 3I0 Maplewood Ave. Tip Sacred Heart Honor Roll I3 Bowling Club I3 German Club 33 Perpetual Rosary 5I GENE PALERMO 4l Prospecl Sl. Gino SI. Lucy Varsity Foofball 43 B Souad Fool- ball 2, 33 Varsily Baskelball 42 Freshman Foolball I3 Reserves Bas' kelball 33 Perpelual Rosary I, 23 Band I, 23 lnlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, SALVATORE J. PELLINGRA 35 Gerson Ave. Nulre Corpus Chrisfi Mission Unil 2, 33 Bowling Club 3, 43 Italian Club 3, 43 Library Club 43 Perpelual Rosary 3, 43 Glee Clubs 3, 4. PETER PANCIONE 59? Emerson SI. Pele Holy Rosary Mission Uni? I3 Bowling Club 33 German Club 3, 43 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 lnlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 IO0 Club 4. PATRICK PELLIGRINI 37 Yorkshire Rd. Pal Sl. Ambrose Bowling Club 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Ilalian Club 3, 43 Perpelual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Sodalily 2, 33 lnlra- mural Sporls 33 IOO Club 33 Chem- islry Club 4. LOUIS PESCE 65 Sanford Sf. Lou SO. Boniface Honor Roll I3 Library Club 43 Latin Club 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 lnlramural Sporls 2, 3. 52 DONALD M. PANDINA 220 Willmonl Sf. Don Sf. Ambrose Honor Roll I, 23 Debaling Sociely 3, 43 Lalin Club 43 llalian Club 3, 43 Library Club 43 Maroon Xi While 3, 43 Arele 43 I00 Club 33 L'Aquilino 4 lEdilor-in-Chiefl. JOSEPH PETIX bl Grape Sl. JO! Sl. Anlhony Italian Club 3, 43 Chemisfry Club 43 Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 33 Sodal- ily I, 23 Band I, 2, 3, 4: Infrarnuwl Sports I, 2, 33 L'AquiIino Slaff 4. RICHARD PALMIERI III Weaver Sl. Dick Our Lady of Perpelual Help Bowling Club I, 23 Mission Bouls 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 lnlramural Sporls I, 2, 4j Cralf Club I. ANTHONY PETRUSSO 4I4 Verona Sf, Toby Sf. Anlhony Varsily Foofball 43 B Squad Foo!- ball 33 Bowling Club I3 Perpelual Rosary I, 23 Intramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. SENIOR CLASS BERNARD POLLE 425 Bernice Sf. Bern Sl. Charles Varsily Foolball 43 B Squad Fool- ball 2, 33 Varsily Baseball 3, 43 Cooper Marines 33 Swimming Team 43 Bowling Club I, 23 Mission Bouls 43 Boosler Club 33 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 33 Intramural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH A. PORTER 90 Easl Blvd. Joe Sf. John Evangelisl Swimming Team 43 Bowling Club 23 Mission Bouls 43 Spanish Club 33 Physics Club 43 Glee Clubs 3, 43 Intramural Sporls 2, 3, 4. RUSSEL PRIZZI 225 Wimbledon Rd. Russ Sf. Marqarel' Mary Freshman Foolball I3 Frosh Basket' ball I3 Bowling Club I, 23 Mission Bouls l, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Glee Clubs 3, 43 Iniramural Sporls I, 23 IOO Club 3, 4, Es. rs, .sr JOHN H. REDMOND 529 Clay Ave. Jack Sacred Heart Mission Unit 2, B Squad Football 31 Frosh Football, Cralt Club lg Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM QUINLAN JAMES M. RANCHES ROGER L. REBMAN lllfg Oliver St. Bill 24 Wakefield St. Jim 25 Kohlman St. Rog St. Ambrose St. Stanislaus Our Lady of Perpetual Help Freshman Football: Frosh Basket- Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 45 Art Club Bowling Club lg Perpetual Rosary ball, Varsity Baseball, Swimming 43 Perpetual Rosary Ig Intramural I, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports l. Team 2, 33 Golf Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sports I, 2, 3, 4. Bowling Club l, 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 37 Cralt Club lg Glee Club 33 Per- petual Rosary I, 2, 31 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. SENIOR CLASS GREGG RHODES 34 Mark St. Roadsy Holy Redeemer Camera Club lVice Pres.J 4, In- tramural Sports 2. JOHN ROBINSON I6 Oakland St. Roy St. Boniface Honor Roll l, 23 French Club 43 Latin Club 4: Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 45 Band lg Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES T. RICHARDSON l273 Long Pond Rd. Dee - Dee St. John lGreecel St. Thomas Club Ig Honor Roll 2, Bowling Club 23 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, -tg IOO Club 3. JOSEPH L. ROCCO l05 Cummings St. Joe St. Philip Nerl Honor Roll lj Library Club 2, 3: Italian Club 23 Perpetual Rosary I, Z, 31 Sodality lg Intramural Sports I, 23 IOO Club 4. PAUL W. RINGELSTEIN II Lanvale St. Ringel St. Margaret Mary Mission Unit 23 Frosh Football: Ref serve Basketball 2, Swimming Team 45 Bowling Club lg Spanish Club 3, Perpetual Rosary l, 2, 35 Band lg Glee Club 3, 4: Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT J. ROGERS 55 Salina St. Bob St. Augustine Ski Club 45 Mission Unit 25 Craft Club ly Art Club 3, 43 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. RONALD E. ROACH BI Westwood Dr. Ron French Club 45 Chemistry Club 43 Radio Club 4 lPres.l3 Perpetual Rosary l, 2. PAUL W. ROMBAUT 446 Champlain St. Pau St. Monica German Club 33 Chemistry Club 4 Latin Club 43 Intramural Sports 2 4. PATRICK S. ROMEO 2l Wilmer Sl. Pal Blessed Sacramenf Bowlinq Club I3 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 lfalian Club 2, 3, 4: Perpefual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4: Crall Club lg Library Club 2. JOSEPH RUTKOWSKI I8 Fairbanks Sl. Joe Ruth Sl. Sfanislaus Arr Club 4, Glee Clubs 3, 4. JOSEPH M. RONCONE 82 Ambrose Sf. Whiskers Sl. Anfhony lfalian Club Z, 31 Sodalily Ig Glee Clubs 3, 43 Intramural Sporfs I, 23 IOO Club 33 Varieiy Shows 4. EDWARD RYAN Il5 Barberry Terr. Ed Sl. Andrew Reserves Baslceiball 23 Iniramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4. BENJAMIN J. ROTOLO l78 Warner Sf. Benny Holy Aposlles Honor Roll Ig Varsily Foofball 43 B Squad Foolball 2, 33 Bowling Club Ig Mission Bouls 3, lfalian Club 37 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4, Sodalily I, 2, Glee Clubs 3, 43 Arele 45 M. 81 W. 41 Inlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. DAVID E. SCHEG 6l5 Brooks Ave. Dave Our Lady of Good Counsel Perpefual Rosary 2, Mission Univ I, 3, Freshman Foolball lg B Squad Foolball 25 lnlrarriural Sporls I, 2, 3. ROY RUPP I65 Wetmore Pk. Roy Holy Family Honor Roll lg Bowling Club lj Ger man Club 33 Arf Club 43 Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club 33 In lrarnural Sporfs I, 2, 3. PAUL B, SCHMIDT I39 Fillmore Sf. Smiffy Sf. Auqusfine Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Mission Souls l, 45 Glee Club 3, 4: Li- lurgical Choir 45 Bowling Club lg Library Club 25 Camera Club 2, Golf Club 43 lnlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. SENIOR CLASS WILLIAM SCHMITZ 550 Tilus Ave. Willie Sl. Margaref Mary Varsily Foolball 4, Ski Club 4, Mission Bouls 3, 43 Lalin Club 45 Debafinq Club 43 lnlramural Sporls 3, 4. EDWARD SCHNEIDER 7? Mohawk Sf. Ed. Sl. Andrew Serpelual Rosary 2: Glee Club 3, 4. ARNOLD E. SCHWARTZ I75 Arlidqe Dr. Arnie Sl. Charles Borromeo Sainl' Thomas Club lg Honor Roll 23 Perpelual Rosary I, 23 Mission Uni? I, 2, B. Squad Foolball 23 Bowling Club I, 43 Ski Club 3, 43 German Club 3, 4g.Chemislry Club 4, Arefe 4 IPhoIo Ediforlg Inlrav mural Sporls I, 2, 3, 45 Iw Club 4. RAY E. SCHMITT I42 Pomona Dr. Smiffy Sf. Charles Borromeo Perpelual Rosary 2, 3, 4, Arr Club 4, lnlramural Sporfs 2, 3. 54 f JAMES J. SEDITA 9l8 Glide SI. Jim Prscious Blood Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 3, 45 Mission Bouls 4, Freshman Foot- ball Ig B Squad Foofball 23 Varsily Foolball 3, 43 Ski Club 2, 3, 4: llalian Club 3, Inlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. GERARD L. SHOSTAD 468 Laffa Rd. Jerry Holy Cross Perpefuol Rosary 21 German Club 4. ANTHONY F. SELLITTO 52 Lorimer Sl. Tony SI. Anlhony Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 33 Bowling Club Ig Italian Club 3, 43 L'Aquilino 3, 4g Chemislry Club 43 lnlramural Sporfs I, 2, 3. JOSEPH F. SIDOTI IBM Galusha Sf. Cal SI. Michael Pergefual Rosary I, 23 Bowling Club Ig panish Club 3, 4, Camera Club 25 Intramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. SENIOR CLASS DONALD J. SHAW 56 Virginia Ave. Don Our Lady of Good Counsel Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 4, lnlramural Sporls I. JAMES E. SILLOWAY I37 Sfufson SI. Jim Holy Cross Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 4, lnlra- mural Sporls 2, 35 Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS M. SHEEHAN I87 Avory Sf. Fran Holy Aposllos Honor Roll lg Perpelual Rosary I, Sod ' I' C-lee ' 2, 3, allly , Club 3, 4, Swimming Team 45 German Club 43 lnlramural Sporls I, 2. CARL W. SKELLY 68 Ellicolf Sf. Slroll Sf. Monica Perpelual Rosar I, 2, 33 Ski Club Bowli g Club Ig Cr Club 3, 4, n aft Ig Art Club 43 Inlramural Sports l 4' M and W 3 . . 3 IOO Club l. JOHN SLIVKA PARKER R. SMALL ANTHONY SORTINO DONALD W. SPAKER isol' SI John B0 Tiarnan SI. Buuy 5 Wall Sf. Tony I76 Winlerrolh SI. Polo Holy Family Sl. Auqusfino Sf. Francis Xavier Corpus Chrisli R sary 3, 43 Mission Perpelual Rosary 2, 4, lCapf.lg Perpelual Rosary l, 2, 3, 43 M. Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 33 Spanish B g Club I, 2, 3, Bowling Club Ig Mission Bouls 25 and W. 4, Library Club 2, 3, Club 33 Frosh Baskefball Ig Infra- u 4 Craff Club Ig Safely Palrol 3, 43 Varsily Mgr. lPres.l 45 German Club 3, 4, mural Sporfs I. 4- Iub 3 4 lnlramural Sporls 23 Intramural Sporls 2. Crafl' Club Ig Chemislry Club 4, IOO Club 4. Music Club 2, Inlramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club I, 2. RICHARD W. STEWART 367 Hazelwood Terr. Buddy 'SL Ambrose Perpelual Rosary l, 25 Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 4. BERNARD STREB l65 Walzford Rd. Bernie St. Cecilla Perpetual Rosary l, 2, 33 Mission Bouts 43 Bowling Club 3, 43 ln- tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 I0O Club 4. ANTHONY THOMAS 8 Laurel St. Dlclr Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Italian Club 3, 43 Freshman Football lg Frosh Basketball I3 Bowling Club I, 33 Craft Club I3 Library Club 23 RONALD L. STRYNSKI 43 Delmonte St. Stryns St. Stanislaus Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Bowling Club I, 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 2, 3. CHARLES J. THOMAS 2690 St. Paul Blvd. Chuck St. Margaret Mary Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 33 Frosh Basketball I3 Reserves Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2, 33 lO0 JOHN L. SUTER l20 Dove St. John Holy Rosary Perpetual Rosary I3 M. and W. 23 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Swingsters 2, 33 Craft Club I3 Chemistry Club 43 Safety Patrol 3, 43 Intramural Sports l, 2, 33 I00 Club 3, 4. PETER J. TORTORA IBO Latta Rd. Pete Holy Cross Perpetual Rosary 2, 33 Bowling Club 3. PATRICK J. SURACI I34 Davis St. Pat Mt, Carmel Saint Thomas Club I3 Honor Roll 2, 33 Sodality l, 22 German Club 3, 43 Latin Club 43 Library Club 2, 33 Chemistry Club 43 Debating Club 3, 43 M. and W. 3, 4, lFeatA ure Editorlg Arete 43 Intramural Sports 2, 33 Oratoricals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD W. TOWNSEND 470 Flower City Plz. Dick Sacred Heart Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 IOO Club 4. Club 3. KENNETH P. TROTTA l45 Empire Blvd. Ken St. Ambrose Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Freshman Football I3 Intramural Sports I, 2. Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 I00 Club 3. JOHN TSCHIDERER ZBI3 St. Paul Blvd. Johans St. Margaret Mary Honor Roll I3 Perpetual Rosary I, 2, 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Mission Bouts 23 Bowling Club I3 German Club 33 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 43 l00 Club 3. SENIOR CLASS THOMAS J. TUCKER 67 Clay Ave. Tuclr Sacred Heart Saint Thomas Club I3 Honor Roll 23 Student Council 2, 4, lSec.l3 Mission Unit I, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Football I3 B Squad Football 2, 33 Varsity Football 43 Mission Bouts 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Latin Club 43 History Club 33 Chemistry Club 43 Perpetual Ros- ary l, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 3, 4, QPI-electlg Dramatics 23 Variety how I3 Glee Club 3, 43 Aquin- ader 3, 43 M. and W. 3, 42 Arete 43 Library Club 23 IOO Club l, 2, 3. JOSEPH F. VALENTI l83 Lyell Ave. Joe St. Patrick Perpetual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, lSec.l3 Debating Club 3, 4, ICO-Presidentl3 German Club 3, 43 Greek C3ub 43 Latin Club 43 M. and W. 3, 43 Arete 43 Variety Show 43 Library Club 2, 33 Oratoricals 2, 3, 43 Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 l00 Club 4. LOUIS VALENTI 425 Rosewood Terr. St. Ambrose Spanish Club 33 Perpetual 2, 33 Intramural Sports I 4. ETER V. VERHAGEN Soulh Ave. Peh SI. Boniface Club 43 Lalin Club 4, ml Rosary 3, 4. EDMUND J, VIELE 5 Lime SI. Ed Sf. Francis of Assissi Honor Roll lg Perpelual Rosary I, 4, lCapI.Ig llalian Club 3: Lalin Club 41 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Swinq- sfers 2g Inlramural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY VIVA 2I3 Slulson SI. Mick Holy Cross Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 33 lvalian Club 2, 3, 4. SENIOR CLASS ROBERT G. WAGNER 354 Magnolia St. Sf. Monica Perpetual Rosary Z, 3, 4, Sodalify 'l, 2, 3, 43 French Club 4, lVice- Pres.Ig Library Club 45 Biology Club 33 IOO Club 3, 43 Swimming Team 4. Bob DONALD A. WAHL I5 Woodford SI. Don Sf. Michael Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 ArI Club 21 Bowling Club I3 Biology Club 33 lnIramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4. PAUL D. WALKER 306 Pennsylvania Ave. Harry Corpus Chrisli Sain? Thomas Club Ig German Club 4, Perpeiual Rosary 2, 3, 47 Library Club 2, Freshman Foolball I, lMgr.l: Inlramural Sporls I, 2, 4. RICHARD WARNE 85 Ceder Sf. Dick Holy Family Perrbelual Rosary 3, 47 Glee Club 3, 4, Swimminq Team 43 lnlramural Srinrls 3, 4. JAY F. WALSH 373 Genesee SI. Jay SI. Monica Perpelual Rosary l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 4: Bowlinq Club 3, 4, IPres.Ig Biology Club 35 Chemisfry Club 4, Inlramural Sporfs I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES WENSKUS 52 Leqran Rd. Jim Sf. Margaref Mary Honor Roll I, 37 Sodalify 4, Ger- man Club 3, 4, lTreas.Ig Radio Club 45 Chemistry Club 4. RICHARD WALSH I30 Clay Ave. Dick Sacred Hearf Honor Roll I, 2, 33 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Perpelual Rosary Ig French Club 4, Golf Club 43 Inlramural Sporfs i, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD J. WESLEY 32 Brookfield Rd. Ed Sf. John the Evangelist Perpeiual Rosary 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 23 Hislory Club 3, Golf Club 43 544. and W. 3, 45 Inlramural Sporfs THOMAS WALZ 54 Dickinson Sf. Tom 51. Andrew Perpeiual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Mission Unil' 3: Mission Bouls 2: Varsify Foolball 3, 4, B Squad Foolball 25 Freshman Foot- ball Ig Frosh Baslrelball Ig Var- sily Baseball 3, 43 Bowling Club lg Ari Club 45 lnlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM T. WHITE 233 Lake Ave. Bill Sf. Anihony Perpefual Rosary I, 4, ICapf,I3 Band I, 2, 3 41 Bowling Club Ig Library Club FZ, Dramalics 2, 3, 43 Spoflighl' Club 2, 3, 4, IPres.Ig In- Iramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4, JAMES W. WILMOT I744 Highland Ave. Jim Our Lady of Lourdes Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Mission Unil 33 Mission Bouls 2, 3, 43 Span' ish Club 3, 43 Chemislry Club 43 Goll Club 43 Inlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 I00 Club 4. LAWRENCE C. WORBOYS 70 Keswick Rd. Larry Sl. Ambrose Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 33 Library Club 3. WILLIAM A. WINFIELD 36 Berwick Rd. Bill Sr. John lhe Evangelist Perpefual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Sodalily 53 Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 43 IOO Club THOMAS WURZER 76 Monica Sf. Tom Sl. Monlca Perpelual Rosary I, 43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Bowling Club I3 German Club 3. GEORGE WITZEL IIA Redwood Rd. George Sacred Hear! Perpelual Rosary I, 23 German Club 33 lnlramural porls I, 2, 33 IOO Club 3, 4. GERALD YAGY I3 Durqin SI. Yogi Sl. Nicholas Mission Unil 2, 33 Mission Bouls I. 2, 3, 43 Freshman Foofball I3 B Squad Foolball 2, 33 Perpetual Rosary I, 23 Varsily Baseball 43 DONALD E. WOERNER 420 Rugby Ave. Don SI. Augusline Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 33 Safety Palrol 33 Spanish Club 33 Crail Club I3 Chemislry Club 43 I00 Club 3, 4. RICHARD J. YAHN 40 Mead Sf. Dlclt Sf. Michael Perpelual Rosary I, 23 Camera Club 23 Spollighr Club 3, 4. Bowlinq Club I3 lnlramural Sporls I 2 3 4-IO0ClubI 2 4 PAUL YENGST 52 Radio Sl. Yungll Sl. Michael Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Glas Club I3 Sodalily I, lVice'Prefecll3 Bowling Club I3 Freshman Fool- ball lj B Squad Foolball 2, 33 Spanish Club 33 Camera Club 23 Boosfer Club 33 lniramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 43 Spollighl Club 33 IW Club 2, 3, sa' DAVID YOUNG I90 Bellhursf Dr. Dave Sf. Thomas Sainl' Thomas Club 23 Honor Roll 33 Sfudenf Council 23 Spanish Club 33 Lalin Club 43 Library Club 23 Perpelual Rosary 3, 43 Craff Club I3 Arele 4, lLilerary Edilorl. SENIOR CLASS DONALD YOUNG I0 Whifmore Sf. Duggar Sl. Boniface Honor Roll I3 Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 43 Inlramural Sporls l, 33 Freshman Foofball3 Cooper Mas rines I3 Sodaliiy 2. EUGENE W. 57 Sobieski Sf. Sf. Sfanislaus Perpelual Rosary I, 2, 3, 43 Golf Club 43 Chemisfry Club 43 Camera Club 2, 3, 4, IPresl3 lnframural Sporls I, 2. YURGEALITIS Yulria GERALD R. SCARDIN 2I4 Morlon Sl. Sf. Philip Varsily Foolball 3, 43 Inf Sports I, 3, 43 Freshman ball3 Bowling Club I3 Pu Rosary I, 3. AQUINAS i v . - I 4 ' . :,, A NDERCLASSMEN 1 , A -Q. F- , S- W "' ' " ,. - 934, u 4 Q if Q ' 17' ""f'i,, m' ' ' ilu: Y , as , -, .:. , :fi-f ' : 11 1 ' 5 ,K 4 . .v If :.F' f- Z 1 5 I Lg - I K .NM I 4 . t .f uzsfllv- pfgfq Q-uv.. L- f-q...,.- .4 ,J-"'7. QA ,"'5'V X5 . - x ' 4 1 t,9lA1:5?'4x J 'zu M. A W' o 14 5' - X L l i " f 1 is X 5 Q VVZQ 5 .7 3 N 5- ' 'Hr N, ,Q Mix wk! i fi gs eau "', ,pl I I . Q l , Nw. Xb , . IIOMICRUOM 205 ei' 'J X I Q 'S so "sf Q .4 6? W X IUNIOR CLASS an ww..-J. W yr Sr. Mary Raphael, R.S.M. HOMEROOM MODERATOR 'Q fc flpmf OLJQMV v1ru.4 ',g flfx C:1,,64f5La1'-Jef Nier R ert whack Row: Jchghvuo, AF'ed9'lCl Spano, A"thOnYO'Neill, Ddmel Rtyber ner! Roblfllhoe Middls Rowld Fanc' Eugene 9 'd Doerr, DM' V P, be Fredefmkk gelarankel Annechlglgenk CRO' Harold Hgrwfa womagnd N wan , v ' nc , Haveni XNENSI Richard 'ar Joseph Reber! Wxrrxam Leghrref Huufmfm' dovlfw. ,, 9 Back Row: Philip Cassara, Leo Miller, Gerald Lootens, Charles Reagan, Eugene Schafer, Terrance Grinnan. Middle Row: Donald Bloomfield, Joseph Gaudino, Paul Curran, M'h I A Fess. Front Row: Peter She d rc ae Rose, Rrchard ppar , Edgar Begy, John Welch, John Lyng, Joseph Comeka. 62 Back Row: Joseph Cassata, Daniel Roberts, Al R ed, Robert l-laragather, Greg Britz, VC S Kevm Maloy, Richard Gangale. Mrddlo ' la Gu Row: Walter Stanny, Bernre Flav an, y Vito, Donald Conqdon, Donald Lattanzio, Judd Dry. Front Row: Joseph Russo, Thomas Greco, Roqer Bosserf, John Sclwantz, David Arioli. gs Rev. Francis M. Sheahan, C.S.B. QNeI,l On' Jam G J HOMEROOM MODERATOR Thomdrgn Lawrence gs Pfoudf MqmeS Shend f Jerry RUN Ulhdne Ja 'ddle Row ,SMA Robert M , m : O one E HC Pendfet oben Kfrlsell IUNIO R CLASS 3 C O 4.5, x l X X bw X 'WX IIOMFIROOM 206 a .9 IH: BM Row. R ed , e gel Lows Johir Brown' Froert Neafy, H glen, Leo OG. nf Row: Cye.7'Y Yount J Fdbrig Ja rr I 0 ' '77 Ledouxf PSF? fshcleyeskfqvons' owe,y' GC ard ' efafd 63 .nn'l"Y",."l s -f SJW 'Q s JUNIOR Back Row: Dave Johnston, Leo Prendergast, Joe Koesterer, Tom Lubischer, Terry Crandall, Don Granger Bill Lenhard, Ron Felerslci. Middle Row: Dale Casterline, Ferdinand Karl, Diclc Scharr, James Pierce C L A S S Dick Worth. Front Row: James McBride, Bob Burlcwit, Bob Carges. .0- it.. Rav. J. Leonard Cullen, C.S.B HO Menoom Mooenuoiz ll R eCl0'f Russe Hanna David D0Yle'Tflri-Jilrlllxlasierala James ' James ' Genie! hner, ' Gennaro- ' I Gerard LOC Berqin, JOS9 k SK865' P ll? l Mcliennu' ' 'tt', Donald B K Raw- 'ed Hoglilllrrsten Middle Rjawsieit-l'hally?cin, Louis H5210 ' I5 . ' Gerald el nt Row: 0 Mgndrrrwf vwmam Rowe. fo Monieau. MEROOM 207 64 1 HOMEROOM 208 V I P I, ,,Z5r,J W B Row. Peter Taflzanxlnljlzrlnzrkl eorsufgl' liibhlvliilgehlbavid PGY' will uv' c ' Q eo ' 'i . GV . Sr. Mary Domotria, S.S.J. gzudefwf mi: Albell Nlirlsrllrnio, Rar1Ce Holton . I HoMERooM MODERATOR tlifflrierarliia. Front Row- LOU CLASS CJ Back Row: David Fedison, Larry Hall, John Krebs, James Fantone, Russell Schimmel, Clifford Joslin, Robert Enqlert, James Cortino, Joseph Dilal, William Stephan, John l-liclrey, James O'Connor, Middle Row: Alex Galardi, Edward Lenhard, Donald Smith, Robert Burlre, William Lynch, Edward Wollensalr. Front Row: Charles Tobin, John Guarino, 65 af' REC- fo Back Row: Donald Corbett, Daniel Kiiiawa, John Hawkins, Jim Rieflin, Joseph Garter, Robert Hayes, Stan Szczepariski, Paxil McGIynn. Middle Row: Orrin Ochs, John Murray, William Finnerty, John Mooney, Terrence Brady. Front Row: Carl Lenzo, Philip Coe-ne. Rev. Joseph J. Abend, C.S.B. HOMEROOM MODERATOR IUNIOR CLASS EN' 05' P1 Y -4 f E-ft a , , X gpg -l I l l 7 l l I Back Row: Peter McLaughlin, Milre Spang, Gerald Phelan, Edward DeTamble, Milne Lupo, John Wojiechowslri, Paul Donoghue. Middle Row: John Degnan, Ronald Piekunka, Richard Habes, Robert Gramm, Robert Bachetta. Front Row: Ralph Horton, Bruce White. IIOMEROOM 210 66 .sk Kei: '- 'mn i ::f 5532 523.550 mv-Is ., .i re.-ns 0 Back Row: Ronald Durand, J. Corsica, Ross Morgan, Malcolm Picard, William Magee, Hans Dotzler, Charles Vacanti, John Holland, Ronald Witzel, William Farrell, Brady Callan, R. J. Quataert. Middle Row: Paul Lurz, Arthur Leo, John Wallace, Francis DeRosa, A. Bianchi, Edward Roberts. Front Row: Joseph Laduca, John Schlalier, C.S.B. MODERATOR Bach Row: Louis Civiletti, Robert Gullo, Anthony Marcello, A. J. Hayes, Gary Martins, John Hofmann, I U N I 0 R John Smith, Paul Friedler, John McDonald, T. J. Dengler, J. Clifford, Charles W. Styles. Middle Row: J. T. Girvin, Thomas Sullivan, T. J. Masseth, T. R. Briclcler, Joseph Reinschmidt, Edward J. Bailey. Froni Row: G. L. Eisenmann, P. R. MacAdam. 67 HOMEROOM 214 HOMICROUM 218 UT Ersrnan, d Me er RNC ar berre, George Edwrn Uark, James Qurnhn, Joseph Drhabko, Richard h d Wh'rtJey, Rondo Haimanrrironk Cahemeyn, Robert es Rendshnd, Pa Shmrdk Rrchar y , GN, Thomas Lo Back Row: Jam rrs, Lawrence c , ' vannk, Thomas Arlh James Mor George DrGro Sm , Row: WM-ern Foster, Lutrerro. pi IUN10 CLAS? ..?r: ROV ' heel w HOMERO ' Wune our MODERQTOR fx ,, fi ,.,-J- .xg Bach Row: Homer MCGRJJ, Chanes Kornrsky, Louis Corbehr, Thomas NNekeheJd, RonaJd Uber, Roberk Farnan, Lawrence Roesch, Rrchard Kenneth Mackne, James Morphet, Thomas North, Joseph Hawkrns. Front Row: GereJd Suhrvan, GereJd Doud, DonaJd Barnes, NrchoTas Branchr, Rrchard Dcndrec, John '5uJhvan. 68 KW Pl 7' Q QAL 4 .NS YI I as 'Q xr ' Baclr Row : Michael Cappette, Carl Gardner, Danrel Dugan, D Smallenburg, Paul Bayer, Robert Flanigan, Chal Qurnn, Thomas McEntee. Fron! R Kirby, Thomas C ll' ' Baclr Row: Roger Horton, Charles Bell, Robert Pererra Tho James Horn, Charles Otero, Robert Sh Lowell Bay, Front Ro ' ' Wlclcerf nom EROUM 105 , mas Cooper, Samuel Merlo, Richard L C aefler, Jerry Garfffz Ronald De Fra ' w. Mrchael Wellr'ng, Gerard Roncrnslrl, J , John Dobbertin. ancer, nce, Mrlo T ' ames Le-Ce onald Brnnert, Paul Malanga, Fre res Sfewarf, Joseph Neary, George Farmer, Robert ow: Raymond Chapman, Edward Yurlrstas, Phrllip Turrfe, Donald o ms, Mrchael Brownell. 69 omanovrch, sse, Ronald Santelli, Max SOIELASS ll - S.S.J. Mant, TOR Sr. Laurens MODERA QM HOMERO IIONIICIZUHBI 106 , d Fare Dennis, Befflah -dean, Robert h Wieck., Rod- , Joseph Reb' Q Walter BUG 0 Alan Loclrinqton, losesh hAuiwrcTciFiF2nk R0WiDA:iM1l,CFgggeiF NaPle" Earl Shelly' r ' S G' ' lr OB' ' lr Row: .larneg A4 Freerrlgjgig WhltbQUFOB, Martin Pita., ney Knuth, Fran Bacrl Leon Pearsonf R Sh. Nas john Rornbffut' SUV' llppo' llglnn le ' Connor, ler Davld O Baci Row- N l . :co as Mastrella, Michael Tomaino, Richard McGlynn, Robert Bauman, Richard Petrilli, William Haas, Russell Zammitta, Franlr Mamrnano, Dean Stanwix, John A, Flannery, Ronald Allen, Francis Costello. Middle Row: Frad Antinora, Anthony Turrisi, George Kalabry, Ja Robert Bayer, Richard Ostermcn. Froni Row: R b ' mes Caschekte, O ert Yount, Robert Crue, S O P H O M 0 R E C L A S S ohn Poluilris, C.S.B. QQ xr""X L gif Back R : F ' " John Yfgzgerranla Masuzzo, Thomas Cdrdne Edward M G 101 c r Cleary Robgrt GUHCG Harringfg ' aw , D H F. fl, -,logeph P , 1 Kgerp I D Donald Osborne, ORirE?elrt Pgrp VGibbon, Miihrgglnokojihn David egchmtilqfIe'RLl3elotn? RlCharcl Casey John B f - - L.., , e'9'5- Middle Raw C 6' Donald B ' el 'e"'eY. Fro Q ' dr oszewicz : -lflmes a'9Yf lOhn Kannan. n Row: Robeff Schaffer' , Back Row: Richard Hamm, John Ferris, Thomas Urquhart, Bernard Fleming, Frank Perticone, David ' ' ll P I M nce, Samuel LoPalo. Middle Row: Coiterill, Herman Busam, Bruce OConnor, David Carape a, au a Donald Stiner, Norman Slayer, James Wheeler, Brendan Murphy, James Nash, Thomas Recine, Froni Row: Charles LaMonica, August DePrez, Michael Heberger. Mr. William C. Marceau, C.s.s. S 0 P H 0 M 0 R E C L A S S HOMEROOM MODERATOR 7I Back Row: Star' my Dowfqa GQ'6'd Sfwedt, CV'ester Vha Mow A Mm:-' Vw' -Mt Paw n, D.-'rn fi Bmw low Sandman, Kr"'wf"Amf1" Jfxv Frm- R-. 'wx Ravi d Thgrpe, Robert We.crr, HOMEROMM Gward BQ. Middle Row: J:Nff'o'1 Pwnc, Vmce-nt Gwontc, TNWPVYP Sr'f'f1"f1" W mv' Arden-f' 1025-ph Mandrlno, Jf""1 Bakef, Froni Row: VV wam Ccttew, Norman Laudisl rg S 25 xl' ow 'Q I i rf 'mv Back Row: Sff'-Mmm Rami Rfxbort F'ser-mnq, Pau! Muewav, Alfred Fweld: Rmhard Furstoss, James Of wb W fm' I Lf-M fflwzwi Sfarwy, Cammor M8f!Cjf'W7kN, Mwffwad Jbdd, AVHNLH Yagy, Middle Row: K v-'X'--1 7" Cvd. xx Dm. wi K Vw, Ww'Mam Bug, CHarWes MfKay, Rfi?WdVd O4ConneN, WiUiam fawi-y, Front Row: R, 'ward Mf-mmm, Ummm Zdamwwskm Mr. Fredrick Sohn, C.S.B. SUPHOMURE CLASS HOMEROOM MODERATOR 72 J "l '1 2 1 . Back Row: John Samuelson, James Kazmarln, Daniel O'Brien, Leonard Hack, Thomas Etsler. Front Row: Ronald Bailey, Robert Goree, James McKeown, Raymond Weidmann, Roger Stephen Barber, Robert Meteyer, Richard Mackay, William Anderson, Floryan Sowinslrr, Richard Mangan, Gary Paproclti, Thieme, Paul Sheehan. H4 DM IGR4 JOM -xr 'gn- Baclr Row: Harry Kolb, Gerald Edwards, Richard Wiater, Donald Deverell, Joseph Scharr, Thomas Bull, David Boland, John Ritz, Richard Orczylc, Joseph McDonald, Robert Flrrqel, Richard Reddinqton. Front Row: James Ccuqhlin, Raymond Ferrrgno, Richard Hollaert, Paul Petrotta, Robert Latraqna, Leo Zrentara, Absent: Charles Belmont, Gerald Wunderlrch, Rev. Peter J. Etlinger, C.S.B. HOMEROOM MODERATOR Back RO , WZ R -, nh- S -Varfj Lear' pr r ,A rmn Y Yr Gawgd KA J VYa,nQ EJSEJPJEUB Hn-woerfxftfajr David Ehmann F f' amd I Ar Cnr' S1 U r ' rot Tar er., Pete' Gisgafgessy GQDQSRQEQW: Dane C h A ' Q nor, Rxradm' Smeg O, ' BCotnb Ne Y. S Hrrmr-:ummm ,H 'X Uns Warker Casper, Back Row: Rc e Rrcrvard Dohr, Errqerwe Cankreanf' a r 1 . Row: Dfnald Trarno, Anthony Mana, Patrrdn Front DOfYdXd WQYhxf5b. sopnomomg CLASS b rt Werchbrodk, Chanes Manrocr, James McMahon, John Cor , P rr' Zrknskr, Matthew Vrsbaras, Arthur Gamer, Wrlrram CGYGYA Reddy, George Saremr, Gerard Burirwardk, Rev jams . F C Homerz S ' f0ss,c.s.a. OOM MODERATON f P -1 Back Row: R . maui Mqufv w Dm :1 KF w JSF" Cafmcoy, Pv'X"5 A"f1U'f"0. Froni Row: V' gms' Heh Patvwrk O Mean 5, Trw.-uma, M Mmw ,w .1 F vw 7" "tr EU' N, Jar'-'web 5? -wvo D v kwa Dina C1 Catta Wu M "Feel Pwotrowlcz WL'QqrwvXx" Rm pf' Vuwiu K1 Lum H S. " 0Lw0',W:1t9v Hfkey, VV' wi Bfwttw' 5 A DUNN' b5Sl55u i9K ZXQQ ,Uwe pa M. ,. '4 I 'un Back 'Mwn.m1Y F:.H,,,Jp,x gow: LOWOI Rowg VJXMPVXA Cbmd Sm: NMR Mfydmom JW' mb tvh. A1 t'5'x'f Kwlm 'king Paparn J H ww Nei ,5 M, F " Q n Wxgne f Lex SAG, " Uv, A , f, Rv: , AR, JW' ,N QAM Rx wyd Da "W SQ, y ' T- 'V D . 'Ylang Edkjn F Dgvad SJ '3V'Cf Galen' Raw' M mmmb- Fronf UW M Rev. Francis P, Tevlin, C.S.B SOPHDMORE CLASS PNIICIIHHNI llln lllwmlrimmm H., M'ddle ROW' lOl'U'v Nncrtell Back Row: Robert Carone, lhornas Conroy, Robert Neary, Ronald Marer, Edward Mrrquet, 1 . ' A d tdla edorn, Robert Powers, Robert lhornas Wresner, Donald lostl, Norbert l'laller, Phllrp Rotol ' h', Davrd Lechner. Front Row: Davld l-loadley, Robert Schenlce Rrghard Vope, Flay q Szhrnrtt, John Wrllcln, Lowell McNally, Wlllram Blanc: lf -1- d Michael Snow, Back Row: Mlchael Frscher, Donald Burnes, Robert Kretchrner, John Fon a, lo-,sph Broqan, Ronald Galnsha, Donnlnrf, Pane, Danlel O'Mara, Anthony Selvaqqro, Donald Gray, Thomas Phrlrpps. Middle Row: Gerald Sullrvan, Anthony DlMarco, Raymond Carna, John Rermn, Ronald Letlmy, Joseph Nlauullo, Front Row: Gerald Ernpey, Robert Hayes. A S S Sr. Mary Mon, , R.S M HOMER 'C' ' - OOM MODERATOR 76 Baclr Row: Brtrpe Tart-nqton Hmvllfzlammm 120 - , Renard Renaldr, James For- Chrcnettl Rlchafd Howarrd, Front Row: James Lercht, owne, Jvrln lolodqetts, John Smoclc, Thomas Brook, Stanley Robert Bmsaclc, Ronald Sceterr, Charles Dresser, N Ruperr, Joseph Mcfal, W- lam Kesy, James Rrle, Thomas Caccamse Jo h 'S r , -sep Schrrme OHTDGH V, rf L. Back Row: Edward G ' lc ervrc as, Paul Von Bocho, John Apton, Wrllnam Greene, Robert Enright, Wl'llram Wedemyer, Philip Martell, Charles Deegan, Robert Neary, Lawrence Streber, Richard Panchyshyn, Front Row: Joseph Rossr, Thomas Moore, Ronald Kuhn, Robert Corletta, Edward DrPrr'ma, George Nowaclr. R.S.M. S 0 P sf. M-HY Stella' QDERATOR HOMEROOM M 77 Morrewe, Frank Rkcotta, Anthony h DJUCU' IIUXIICRUUM 201 - P xd Were' 5chueXeV'.JOSe Mavk BIOWH' Gglahard Und' Robeff Bxsho e m.nQ"6QeI'nv su. GeO'qTJxj6OmXd. john B K U Back ROW! Higjeaph WaU:3!ZntIRowz Robe' S1413 ' ner, C 4 IN HW mv- Z sc?-fix Z BW Mr John F Ware CSB HOMEROOM MODERATOR Back Row. Rgb t ' er Fake' A R055 D - Gs-rarQj MHHRWY Costanlzd avid Kenna D . f D A ' on ld ' mkef, Wflffam MCC:I7:dFMeaghet:' Ci5g?on,iame5 Frank D ' 'OM R . ,ge o eLf, ow. William Smyiiufj Lallejfd' us, Thomas C-ohm, James Sh C mfdlfn, Ch SOPHOMORE CLASS Nstopher Z fx X1- '-204 'r I O X ,L Q i Ss ! 'C Beck Row, La ' WV' mg, pam, MU, ence Guzzeff I d . A es, -j DM f OO , W oh , a co, Samuef lgaffnd!H'S7H.RanneZ Mfigmegef Clayton G h ' I ' e . fern Wallace, -Ish Row: Rfchdrd John Hederick n L-Oncannoh gferg Row: Thsocliavid K"bY WH , . f 1 dl Schdef Ore Lmc I fam Aut er, Thomas Rosccfgusioberf Nl,geSrfngAd?ergId Felt! . 1 res Aftafdo 'Ummm ' 1 "Vx S. S Www in . vw Q... Z Rev, Michael Biondi, C.S.B. HOMEROOM MODERATOR ,- ,f ,A A A,-,JH F nt RQW: Joseph U'G'eC93x, Kahn W' Charles Mawnqano, Malkin Re' Faux Arenas' X Peter Pwvem Duerm- H mmer, ld Van Beurdenf John Palvino. Johnid aohn MQWA David Hogan' HMO Bikckwede' LawrenEeSlmoneWf gem I Back Roni my Cunow' Gsorqfhomas Bristol, Robe' mexf An O. Ruchard St' er' WWW' SUPHUMOHE CLASS 79 FRESHMAN CLASS d wr X112 242 Rav l N W Ge,ei. M' RO nay Sclwnetlel' A elo David YouVlqlllGiORq:ornas GUECO' ng Tiernexrr ' an Richard Row: Thomas Ke me r , Front R bert CGW' Adams' iibeiqr GW MOQJ Pier Mumlilicliri Boveml' ard Re K l4enn9'll"' Slm I Martinl W' la Kl men rC36 l U4 Lynn Ulll' Petlibbert Oil-Ouqlillln' illiarn Swakgei Corcoran' Rgvli IIOMICROUM 3 A l Mr. John Lee, C.S.B. HOMEROOM MODERATOR Back Row: Bernard O'Sullivan, Albert Burley, Richard Mc- LaCrosse, Louis Turpyn, Herbert Leitau, Arnold Madigan Gratlr, James Volz, Richard Lum, Lawrence Roth, James Anihony Sassone, Francis Arqento. Fran! Row: Gerald Beth Szprler, Bert Oechsle, Ronald Wiater, Robert Fredericlr, Nicholas Prizzi, Donald Piccolo. James Kaseman, Raymond Davison. Middle Row: William r x N N l 3 Back Row: William Roth Alfonso Rivellin W'lI' f-... 'Haig , o, i iam Saunders, Edward Lum, Wilbur Shone, Arthur Miller, Fronf Row: Peter Donald Maccio, Bernard Hyde, Samuel Rebis, Richard Lersch, Arthur Tuite, Edward Fuierer, John Zeppekella, David Bosco, John Kingston, Anthony DiPalermo, Ronald Case, Gorsuch, Anthony Schrader. HUM IGROUMA 302 Ogtiflblllr joseph Kase, liowilljgan Piqlrenf' i Ne8fYf jerry 5 ' Ferfall' Terence d Qkero, Anthof'Y L , Aslqman' A Raxlmon - lG5'VeY' Th WWE a I hue, JGUY .4 DeBonlSf Miclwe h OD0nOQ ic . tx' O l Domln ' 's Vacuntl' . j l-in Mcljelmo Back Rowhillliilii, JameS5Bliilie'Miadle R"w'i-ipfljf Ffon' Row' O Anthony Hamld P ' Theodore F anlc Wocliellie' Gerald Campo' ' l i, Qharles Ama Cour- FRESHMAN C L A S S nw. raymond i.. Pfam, c.s s 8' HOMEROOM MODERATOR it N, '- Yo V ,- Baclr Row' Samuel T R J YI . . uscio, Francis E. Calvaruso, Robert L. Michalowslup Middle Row: Thomas P. Myers, Fredrick E. Marte-'l Dcnald J, Wrlkens, Peter A, Declcman, Leonard N. Reis, Michael R. Dambra, David J, Otto, Joseph A. DiPoaIa, Ofonnor Ronald H. Zlotnilr, Antl'1onyJ. Altnano, Robert P, John A. Budinslri. Front Row: Lawrence E, Hursh, Paul J. Stanin Joseph F. Hafner, Joseph A. Errigo, Daniel R. Wagner. IIOMIGHOUM 2305 1 b A. Bonmqnare, h Victor F, Plerleonlf Mxilrllcent S Pr1Yl-Wlb n ut ' f i ky, -l0l"' L e q , W. Qhristman J MCQlus F Scalwill Bruce A' OW G llo Robert . t , . Row: Roger Mosca. Fmn . ' R lpli B' a , Mlddle, C rnerr PM Baclr Row: lohrktlton G- Sclrltoeselvlillam P' Glzpiofllen P' Kulawal at Dave E. Lellek' , Edwin rs. l4'nSpf,'Ui G. cOnl?Y' C, i vaiaer Jamef- EA lui? aenlnlin C. Rwersl s P Carroll, Rlclqal 4 1' Valenti, ' b Cyflwornfl ' iz. ew G Row: Peter F RESHMAN CLASS Sr Mary Succursu R Rev. Wilfred J. Murphy, C.S.B. HOMEROOM MODERATOR Joseph Calflall' Dona Back Row: William Lourette, Robert Stiller, Robert Van E R ' pps, obert Kent, Franklin Oldfield, James Condon, Roberl Entress, William Haefner, John Bonalede Justin Tubil , oo, Joseph Barra, William Zwiegle. Middle Row: Norman Dix, FRESHMHN CLASS John Morl9Y' De Forte. Edwmd ,N I james Xd Mcgabe, 1 X., i Stephen Callus? iacusbi Dona, ie, Samuel Rlvol Webei pliiiip Y d M16 R Ssell. h PairinellOf DOnalilN'lliam MCMUHQUX5' tropauli Rlcllar R'1ClW'3'd U R w JO N ' I ' ' k le u' ' PUJVJHO' ricii,eii'sgi.0iif 'ilibeiiellaqi'iiZdl'pliifi iii? P-on' 'W' WS or , ru ' a ri N . I Maurice U, Sceiisa, igggili Myers, Frawdlrwinlield. IIOMEROOM 306 Anthony Gallo, James Daly: Donald Ciminelli, Richard Hooclr J h Ald ' o n erson. Front Row. James Lechner, Donald Kuhmani Peter Kane. Absentee: George Rennie. Back Row: John A. Wegman, David Leicht, Anthony SL- Pierre, Donald Foley, Joseph Calihan, B. Andre Quamina, John McAlpin, John Comerford, LaVerne Boland, Michael Longa, John Enright, Richard Gullo. Middle Row: Stephen Chechalc, Donald Brown, Warren Gaisser, Thomas Hoffman, Alfred Polizzi, James Robinson, Fronf Row: James Mooney, Joseph Gordon. IIOMICROOM 307 Anthony Juliano, John Croston. Front Row: Franlc Menz, William Schwartz. FRESHMHN CLASS Sr. Mary Paul, R.S.M. ,agixi Clif x A C C :f c I 5, -I JC Baclr Row: Richard Battle, James Bond, Peter Ribaudo, Hugh Marlrs, Richard VanGrol, Gordon Del-fond, Arthur Wittman, Thomas Francis, Ronald Krolalc, Thomas Allison, Daniel O'Brien, John Triclrey, Michael Donlon. Middle Row: Paul Slcelly, Thomas McMahon, William Schaefer, David Stopani, FRESHMAN CLASS Beck Row: Peter Pavia, John Hamm, Leon Creek, Caspar Caceci, Martin Gpllen, John Kennerson, William Straub, Carl Della Fave, Joseph Scipioni, Bruce Meli. Middle Row: Eugene Callison, Thomas Weinhart, Patrick Donnelly, William Polito, John Wittman, Bruce Carlin, Froni Row: Richard A. Alivard, Arthur L. Eisenberg, Stephen L. Mac Adam, Michael P. Belanger. Sr. Mary Hildegarde, R.S.M. HOMEROOM MODERATOR sl if X""7 'UV '? ' Xxfg 1 ," ll, 174 1,3 l Q22 gil 1 IIOMEROUM 308 Baal: Row: John E. Schallc, James D. Murray, Albert T. Lau- Row: Thomas F. Gaffney, Richard E. Slade, James Chajchulr, dadio, Lawrence E. Marconi, Lawrence D. Gordon, Joseph John F. McMahon, J. Thomas Jones, R. James Long, Front D. Kress, Donald J. Herbert, Francis R. Sales, Paul R. Row: James M, Broolzs, John D. Tobin, Michael P, Vennero Robinson, Edward J. Ribstein, Edward J. Mooney. Middle N-1. FRESHMAN CLASS Back Row: Vrncent Coccra, Dayrd Lyons, James Kramer, Jonn Cardeha, Fred Marasco, Anthony Frorrca, Gerard McHugh, Brrtt, Robert Wers, Joseph Pohzzl, Richard Hegedorn, Charfes Kenneth Rocco. Front Row: John Beh, Lawrence Almeter, Salvaqgro, James Dennrston, Chanes Smith, Ernest Monte- Thomas Wocdratt. beha, Roger Streb, Middle Row: Joseph Janlrowralr, Thomas - .J tru ' I' 1 I ff J ' rf' r 1 ' 'ai bi , KJ , Q49 ' IIUBIICIZUUBI S310 Rev. Albert F. Butler, C.S.B. HOMEROOM MODERATOR Baci Row: John Fowk-r, Wrlham Seelrnan, John Kemp, Gerard Qurqley, David Glossner. Middle Row: Serhno Pa- Lawrenre Norton, Andrew Rrcchueto, Wayne Schrbfe, Harold vone, Robert Daud, Paul Logan, Donald Murphy, Robert Thompson Joseph Melanson, John Gaffney, Anthony Ceretto, VrHa, Front Row: Gerard Latus, James Coyne, Harry Butcher. mi? fs ,- ay. Back Row: Daniel Fnnlr, Michael Perrotta, John Glaser, Kendall Brrrnstern, Thomas Scheuerlern, Peter Lynd. Front Michael Richards, James Woodward, David Semoichlra, Row: William Burlrholder, Gerald Porretfa, Peter Cerquone, Frederick Ebelinq, Thomas Limner, Lawrence Downing. Middle J. Charles McLaughlin. Row: Joseph Santarose, James Kraft, Michael Capedano, Mr. Eugene T. O'Reilly, C.S.B. Homenoom MODERATOR HUM ICRUUM 2211 x4T4Q X'-T-"""Ni r if 'W' Back Row: Martin Thiele, Gerald Rodenhouse, Michael Kelly, man. Middle Row: George Aman, Terence Whalen, Donald John Benson, Robert lstvan, Raymond Mura, Richard Finch, James Viggiani, Roger Manure, Bernard Quinlan. DeTaeye, Herbert Binsaclr, Robert Landry, Raymond Country- Fronf Row: Thomas Clifford, Charles Meagher. FRESHMHN CLASS FHESHMAN CLASS ,- denhouse Wiiiram ivin Waiter Ro , es Mctaoqh in Burke Vtfuiiiam r , M ,David Giii,JarTN an Koh: Joseph Hartman, Jack Smith, David Patric , Edmund Lewis, Joseph Doyie. Front Row: Vincent ay id irn, Ronaid Love. 3 xA Bach Row: Norm , ii Frank Larnuraqiia, R bert Wynne, Rona D White, Rani Mi er, "' Cayaiiaro, Pani Mora, Thomas Lynch, o Mateiy. Middia Row: Nrchoias Presutti, George Growney, Eugene Santucci, Peter Nicchitta, James Cosrnano, Kurt ' Vwliiiiarn McGwin, James Canteiia, n Anthony Back Row: S. James Sernpie, Thomas Aman, James Brien, Thomas Richardson, James Bonacci, s Keegan, Wiiiiam Christ, John Schitano, NNiiiiarn Duqqa , ' s Deqnan, Roger Pettis, Phiiip Bianchi, Swartlenberq, Russ:-:ii Ferris. Middie Row: Thoma ' ' Di t-L. Front Row: Gary Benwrt-L, Thoma Tarana. Wriiram re 88 M HgEAdEvIigd Dm" C-S a o - . Sh hnessy John Votkrnar, Cart Back Row: Fred Taddeo, Thomas Casey, Joseph DiFabro, George Whrtrnq, John aug , Robert Freemesser, Joseph Smytes, Thomas Rrtey, James Duccr, Frank Rosslter. Front Row: Pant Nerau, Leonard Sweene , Robert McGuire, Lettau,W'rtbur Lake, Duhy, Rrchard Reeder, Robert y James Hynes, John Grleb. Middle Row: Arthur Beuckman, Back Row: Frank Andohne, Eugene Graneecch'-o, John Cah, Geerqu Mutter, Bernard Kohtmeker, Peat Brach, Satvatore Burte, David Hart, Davkd Reefer, Frank Lupranr, Chartes HON , Cer-nhn, Wrthem Schteater, Frank Sapere, Rrchard Prknzkng, Mossel, Ronatd Cantaben. Front Row: Ronald Plane, Wrttram dx R W: M-,Chael Muoro, Joseph tnquegkato. Patrrdr Bertram, Robert Yeoman. Mid e o FRESHMAN CLASS Ray. Th HOMERO ' O I .Sj- M MODERATOR omas M Mmm C 1 ' 31 W' . 'fm Zi u lv. fii? X.. 53 rg? ,. ,,g,, - 4 ,ik W g ' Q- ., -I U' TQ 'Q X93 V Y ig? 1 AQUINAS x S . I . 4 I -N., Q ,- . 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' 1 A D I SW ' 4 fx ix WU A is , .5 , 5 . 3, 5... 4 Kip x Q MQQ W . , '1 1 A . - - if f N ff vnv -.Y ..-J A , , I I 1 N m A! a K M i I ' i f' 1 N L Q ' 'Y ' I .X Q I ,R ? lv " 'r D .1,.+n 1rl-- 1 Y ,W V 5 ,xv L Q' ' ' f 'E f g J + B . K V . Q .WNW . X. O X 6 WS'-ffs'- A landing: Anthony Biondi lManaqing dior Arnold Scjhwarh lphoto Fdilorlg if' :Chard Kurz lEdilor in fhiefl: Vinconl car ela, lArt Editorl. Siiting: David oung fliferary Editorlg Father lococo fAdvisorl. Eoiroizs 5 . Ei lg Q. ' d i ir TTIE RRETE for 1953 Truly fhe school annual serves as an invaluable and priceless record in recalling 'rhe fond recollecfions of fhe glorious and evenflul days spenr a+ high school. The Arefe, in presenfing The marerial and subsfance for such remembrances, is 'rhis ese senfial help. Through lhe various piclures. accounfs, and personal hisfories con+ained herein, a gradua+e or undergraduafe of Aquinas is able 'ro procure a comprehensive view or survey of fhe year's acliviries, his former classmafes and feachers. La J Sfanding: David Izzo, William Bell, Thomas Tuclrer. Sitiing: Vincent Miirano, Anthony DiCeasar. Joseph Valenti. BUSINESS STAFF Guided by 'rheir able Faculfy Advisor, Farher Lococo, 'rhe business sraff of Tony Biondi, 'rhe liferary sfah' of Dave Young, 'rhe phoro sfaff of Arnie Schwarfz, and Ed- ifor-in-Chief, Dick Kurz. have edifed wha+ +hey hope is an excellenf and oulsranding yearboolc, compiled for +he pleasure and benefir of 'rhe whole s'ruden+ body. LITERARY STAFF Sfanding: Patrick Surraci, William Clair, Peter Howland. Gerard Hafner, Richard Mastrodonafo. Sikiing: Benjamin Rotolo, Cornelius Barnett. Donald Pandina. THE MIIROON HND WHITE The Maroon 81 White. Aquinas' most influential and informative publication, accurately describes and registers the outstanding and important events throughout the school year. The entire staff devotes a large portion ot its time to present to the Aquinas student body a journal that keeps them well-informed, acquaints them with the faculty and tellow student opinion, and stimulates school spirit. There are numerous art- icles on sports, clubs, social events, and student council activities, along with humorous and absorbing feature col- umns. Through 'rhe untiring efforts ot Father Abend, faculty advisor: Editor- in-Chiet, Joe Kane: Business Manager, Pat Keenan: and the capable page ed- itors: Mastrodonato, Literary: Biondi. News: Engels, Sports: and Suraci, Feat- ures, the Maroon and White of I952- 53 is a school iournal worthy ot praise and commendation. EDITORS Standing: Patrick Suraci, Anthony Biondi, Father Abend, faculty advisorg Richard Mastrodonato, Vincent Cardella, Seated: Joseph Kane, Roy Engels. Patrick Keenan. f6 tiliif A173 I ef Q T57 .l W NEWS AND LITERARY STAFFS Front Row: Bill Farone, Bill Clair, Charles Vacanti, Joe Valenti, Dori Pandina, Alfonso Rivellino. Back Row: Robert Meteyer, Michael Tomaino, Tom Gutbarlet, Pete Kress, Larry Oberlies, Joe DiFabio, Jerry Hafner, Anthony DiCaesare, Mike DeLaus, Vin Mitrano, SPORTS, BUSINESS AND FEATURE STAFFS Standing: Jim Hubert, Dan Kujawa, Ed Kinsella. Vin Cardella, Bob Bradler. Pete How- land. Jud Doyle, Herb LePage, Ray Nothnagle. Tom Tucker. Seated: Paul Rinqelstein, Rocco Cupolo, Ed Wesley, Dan Brown, Jim Currier, Tony Sortino, Dave Knapp, Phil Alesso. In keeping ifs moffo of "Ad Jesum per Mariam", fhe Sodalify endeavors fo fulfill a fhree-fold program of self- sancfificafion, sancfificafion of ofhers and defense of fhe Church. The Sodalify has a very definife spirifual program for ifs members. Daily prayers include fhe rosary, fiffeen minufes of menfal prayer, fhree Hail Marys and acfs of Faifh, Hope and Charify, Thanksgiving and Confrifion. Besides fhese, a Sodalisf makes a parficular examinafion of conscience each day and fries fo make a daily visif fo fhe Blessed Sacramenf. Frequenf Confession fo a fixed confessor, Mass and Communion are also urged. ln ad- difion, fhe Sodalify has fwo days of recollecfion annually, during which fhe sodalisfs furn fheir fhoughfs fo God and THE AQUINAS SODALITY Back Row: Leo Shatzel, John Maier. Vincent Milrano, Richard Kurz, Paul Muldoon, Gerard Hafner, Joe DiFabio, Robert Bradler. retaryl, THE SODALITY Mary in fhe hope fhaf fhey will come fo know 'rhem bef- fer. Each sodalisf has a special love for Mary and volun- farily consecrafes himself fo her for life. By fhis acf of servifude, he freely chooses Mary as his Queen, Ad- vocafe, and Mofher, promising evermore fo serve Mary by doing whaf he can so all may render faifhful service fo her, by imifafing her splendid virfues and by placing all confidence in her. Aquinas Sodalisfs honor Mary in a special way as fheir Principal Pafroness under fhe fifle of fhe ulmmaculafe l-learf of Mary". An exfensive Aposfolic program is carried ouf by fhe Sodalify in fhe sponsoring of fhe Perpefual Rosary. providing reading maferial for fhe annual senior refreaf and building of fhe May Day Shrine. Anthony Biondi, Louis Tascioiti, John Sorokti. Fronf Row: Richard Brickler. Lowell McNally, Arthur Yagy, William Cotterill, Philip Alesso. Fr. Grescoviak lDirectorl Jim Nm-tan lTreasurerl Tom Tucker lprefectl, Vin Cardefia lVice-Prefectl, Joe Valenti lSec NRA Q!a!r 'X K5-V.:f.gg , f f we A sf is ' -' ' -1- 1-' r' 1 W U' ' A A Q AE ff ' 'wx' ' ,fn .1 1 vu- 4 ,QV Qs X if r A H05 '4 ' - , , I ' , , f O Q' 'Q .5 " 5 if " t It K XQVQJV 4 ,fn f .- I ', -.wwf-, -.ff1g! ' P an , an 1 'W' f' 2' 3 1, if :fc 'Y E13 15 1' ig '? QL V ' v V . ' 5'-' .Q ' V A W . a M. -sa ' W - , ' ok rl v Sf Q., 1 x O In 'K' '9flf'f4., Q Q . 7 4 S ' ffwgl I 15:1 Y. Q , :Til WQQQX ig 'H' '4 .2- . ' . , rf xg!! 'U' ivixgz kg' ' All ,QV-f' --In 14 Ji ,' if fha:- u 1 1 5 . U z , 4 I .fn L-rf: " 'rf WL J KE- 1 -, . I.,- 4 ,f me Xl'-'L is , Back Row: Larry Roth, Pete Landry. Martin Gullen. Malcolm Sapere, Terry Falk, Mike Hynes, Noel Marianetti, John Picard, Don Granger. Mike Spanq, Jim Woodward, Joe Di- Samuelson, Torn Cardile, David Kelly, Patrick Reddy, Front Fabio, Jirn Cortina. John Shields, John Wilkins, Pete How- Row: William Casey. James Schrnidlin, Milo Tomonavich, land, Guy Vito, Middle Row: Norm Caccamise, Sam Ruscio, Father Looby, Lawrence Polvino, Torn Lynch, Gordon Do Ron Kiiiawa, Bob Kinsky, Tom Tucker, Frank Oldfield, Frank Hond, Tom Woodruff. HOMEROOM MISSION LEADERS In the many years ot Mission Activity here at Aquinas, we have truly TH E A A S shown our spirit, loyalty, and love tor the Missions. During this time we have donated materially tor their support, studied about their activities and prayed tor their success. M I S S I 0 N C R U S A D E Over a comparatively short span ot sixteen years we have already garnered more than SI55,000 tor Mission needs. In recent years we have established ourselves as national champions, setting a new record last THE AQUINADER STAFF year by collecting more than S20,000. Through the Mission Bouts and Back Row: Walter Hickey, Roy Engels, Walt Gaisser, Mr. E, Ihe Sale of Chr'S+rnaS Card5'. by d'?'IY donahfmg ORC-i'Iy. C.S,B.. John Delehanty, Dan Brown, Sitting: Wayne much has been done tor the Missions. Medicinal supplies, Sheible Bob Meiffwfi Father LOOIDY- B05 KIHSIW- as well as stamps, have also been collected tor mission- aries. Each month copies ot "The Oblate World" and "The Shield" are placed in every homeroom, and all students are urged to read about Mission activities. "The Aquin' ader", the school mission paper, promulqates mission news, as does the Mission Bulletin Board. Special guest speakers at assemblies also help to instill mission 7eaI in the students, -yi-,. Back Row: Jerry McGuire, Pxltie O'Brien. Clit, ford Monteau, Bob Kinsky. Sitting: Ronald Mack, Ronald Kuiawa, Father Looby. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 98 Aquinas Commiifee for Africa. Bul, above everyfhinq else, we are asked To pray for lhe Missions. Besides private and classroom prayer, each homeroom assisls ai Mass for lhe inlenlion of lhe Missions. Some of The many proiects uncler+alcen by 'rhe Mission Crusade. under fhe guidance of Fr. Looby, include: complelion of a church in Anglelon, Texas, slarfing anolher church in Richmond, Texas, and 'the supporl of many missionaries 'rhrouqhoul lhe world. As lhey lceep lheir Mission mollo of "Prayer, Sacrifice, and Sluclyn, Aquinas men are aclually spreading 'rhe word ol God io many places on 'the globe. May lhey conlinue lo sei records! May God bless 'rheml May God reward lhem a hundred loldl Carl Brasley, an ex-mission leader, continues in the mission field. all N Fr. O'ReilIy with Fr. Collins admires Qhe plaque , on the church made possible by Aquinas Stu- 1 denis. 99 . 'li K 3 s , . if I s li Fr, Joseph and seminarian, Mr. Alexander. whose educations were financed by the Aquinas Mission Crusade. Rev. Joseph A. O'Reilly, C.S,B., William Bell, and Don Bargy, Texas bound. if 1 J, PE Plaque on St. John Fisher Church in Texas. ii 7' 2 Z' q ,i l Us , 'tw 13 5 fa Q 911i , X .qTx I N 'Y' miggl N 'R ' '-PM Mi s 'Yrzf 5 Q, f , was G 2" l i' Qs" 'JS "aw 'L Q fi WW GREEK CLUB Moderator: Fr, Wi.rzer, Pres, Joe Madaieria, Vice-Pres. Roy Enqeis. Sec.-Trees, Tony Biondi. LATIN CLUB Moderator: Fr, Lococo. Pres, Bob Kinsky, Vice-Pres, Jim Currier, Sec., Trans. Tony Biondi. CLUBS GERMAN CLUB Moderator: Sr, Laurene Marie. Pres. David Alexander Vi -Pr Jh B , ce es, o ri Maier, Sec. James Wenskus, 1 Y 'SY 5? a H . 7, P F y Q '43, -' 9' f sf 'Qi , J . i I Q , I' at '9' U . s A 2 5 tw Ev N Q I i 5 U 5' 42 Ev 1 xp F V A K 3 2 Q4 Mui N Q' f fm Q w ?yx M i A' AA ' J' 1 1 .. . sv , gi I , warg , f 45 -G. X4 JA, '0' A 'Wy Y 4' 991-,W "Q ' W ' ' X A ki' QQ. --' fax qfw7f X Q -P2 iff! li 5: - LVX.-P .. 1. .. 1 , 1' U I 1 k N A' Q - " ' y:z -as W ,,, ' V E2 N N - I- -1 'QI' S 4 I 4. -91 Al 1 i'f ! Q. F Q. XLR sy 3: s N ' :Agp at gs a W 34 ,iii Q 1 'F an ggi, Q X 'FZMHW in ST. THOMAS CLUB Composed ol Sludenls ol oulslanding scholaslic abiliry al Aquinas, lhe Sl. Thomas Club proves lo be a manifest alion of individual eflorl. ln order lo say, "l belong lo The S+. Thomas Club". an Aquinas sludenl musl have allained an average of ninely or more wilh no mark under sevenry- live, lor all four quarrers. A member of +he permanenlr S+. Thomas Club has secured an average of ninely, sixleen limes, four limes each year. Undoubledly, lhis club, serving as a challenge 'ro Aquinas sludenls, is largely responsible for lhe high scholaslic sland- ing Aquinas has received in New Yorlr Slale. Cooperalion and oulslanding abilily are allribures which can be seen in each member ol This club. They are indicalive ol lhe characler belonging lo lhe sludenls who have achieved and now iealously guard 'rheir membership lo lhe S+. Thomas Club. Sfandard Bearers. Robert Kinslry and Vincent Cardella. raise "Old Glory" over Aquinas. Bacll Row: John Duemmel, Lloyd Berardi, Vincent Cardella. Thomas Brooks. Charles Vacanti, David Ofennor, Gus Owens, Gary Martins, Kenneth Aman. Middle Row: John Samuelson, John Fonda, Louis Tasfiotti, Michael Tomaino, Richard Machne, Gerald Kotwas, Richard Leary, Philip Gibson, Dcnald Cray. Fronk Row: Edwin Reiter, Roger Napier, Philip Rotoli, John Regan, Michael Judd .Ichn Bartcsyewicz, William Carey. X X A heated argument in "Strange Boarclersn. The Cast of "Strange Boarders". Bach ROW: D.,-lr Blunt hi, John Ashton Fix-0 DiYti'in Bill Farrell, GUS Owgngx Julie Langio, Biian Fqfl 'i Jerry Stieisctt, Bsbbi OBrien, Nancy Smith, Slioflah Baker, Front Row: Gene Kehoe, Sue Shetter, Trudy Leone, Jack Mooney, v4 Spotlight Club, Back Row: Stan Szczepanslri, Joe Neary, John Foley. Mike Clark, Jim Proud, Brian Fallon, Jim McLaughlin, Gus Owens, Cone Kehoe, John t-tictcey, Bill Farrell, Dnlr Yahn, Dave Knapp, John Amavdo, Front Row: Dirk Bianchi, Dirk Corbett, Jeriy Tobin, Altred Polizzi, Bill White, lPres.l, Bob Binsatr, Jaclr Mooney, Tom t-tottman, Paul DRHMHTICS Under the excellent direction ot Father Cullen, the Spotlight Club, one ot Aquinas' most prominent organizations, has had one ot its most success- tul years. A thrilling mystery entitled, "Strange Boardersu, was the tirst presentation. It was tollowed by a hilarious comedy, "Dear Ruth". Much credit is due to Julie Langie and Diclc Bianchi tor their tine per- tormance in i'Strange Boardersm. Mary Jo Langie, Bill White, Jim McLaughlin and alumnus Dick Mancini are to be congratulated tor their outstanding achievement in "Dear Ruth". For a gala climax to a year ot arduous worlr, the Spotlight Club is plan- ning to present a Musical comedy in the late spring. This yearis achievements are the result ot the combined ettorts ot the stars, supporting cast, stage managers, and the business statt. The school thanlcs the Spotlight Club tor bringing to the student body tine, wholesome entertainment. Arends, Mitre Donlon. X X if x if, I 'N A scene from "Strange Boardersn. Wt J- .:-W MW ""'-x k NVE 1 44 Q-1 H me + 1 -j 3' Q . ,f ,si fy XJ Z ' 1 '--1 Y ,l I 1 f XER- A 1 l u '7 rv 1759 I Xgf,-1' Q . QQEIDJJA xl 22-5 gkgy,-gs" o',s-lfa ,Z ' 1 l , ,4 gn i. 1 1 - , vk . ,v 0 X 3, M ,M - A ,1:. I - ,ER f , , - 'PAY 'W -1 'Q I I I 4' F A UIIJAS A Rf ,wiv w- '1 i v'W'6'RaA,'--fwsyegiiivf-1-'iw-'L -. I N5 X J, ' A , Y' 'X Y ' ff.. N ,.. -ff X X A r - N' . fig 0' IA X , ""fx- J -J A 4 ,vigil ,Q -I1 ATHLETICS J' -.S ""x 3 ""it'6 .-J .Nfm,,, - I 1 . L, 1 A- -. , . 1 3 5' U - ' 'Zi' 1 Q 3 1. -, rv .. kv, at, ka 4 ,Q if 4 3' ' 5 -y 'gm . 1 ,Z Q .. ,. - U U M ' "--lm-"N an in 1' ' .- W if P" Y'-" V M 9 h 'F!,: , ' 'K ' - "N - ,. f 12. ',1- ' 'awjgglw W 'Wx L, . 'L " vv ' - ' up-,A-fall.-1' A . . K . an M-fe N .. A are - . '. . A . gjyi Vylwfxffkwlwln- ,g mf g,,,,4,,6:i. . . .' G ggg ff 1i ,f, g ? b"i.-1-vgggfwwwg f 45,9.g5"32"' . , I 4 V , ' P 111+ 'Ta spwffmrk , . "' '- . .1 3 1 -- ' - f ' , ww- -an 1 uh .." L V -- ' Q- . w' W1 2"-ws: J "M N Tkbiw' 'H TX-F' 4. 'fu -2, 'V M 'X fTuWK, " 'K'u' ' xA,b:f:,K?:!iwli53 it NAd.fr:5?i,y.SAL:L,n ,gi Vi Q? - X- w , V ip 1 wwafe?f""M"f.Q21 Y ., ffbmfrw- E."T"'L: .1 M Nmsrxiw :JV M-'n':-A.P,.f: . nmil . .M FOOTBALL 1952 COACHING STAFF H Blwdl, Af-al, Football Coachg Mr, Vadas, Line Coach: Mr, Olxlowl End Coach, Mr, Jablonslci, Head Coach: Fr Wllnwv, Reserve team coach, Mr, Baslle, Asst. Reserve Team Coafh. 5: Jw? "x MJUINAS 81" ' N X. as K ,IX lt . N so I A NJ ' 1' " PN... few? is F ATHLETIC BOARD Mr, Lows Beslle, Director of Health and Physwcal Educatlon. Rev. Cyrll Carter, C.S.B. Drrectof of Athletics Rev, John Wllson, Asst, Dlrector of Athletics. PUBLICITY STAFF Back Row: Ted Laveclx, Bob Km sl-rv, Roy Engels. Ron Mack Froni Row: Ed Collier, Gerry Mc fx Gulrel Bill Dowd. 'H aj , 5.1, xy X 1 N X ,A if X 1 lx X' 5 K Q 1 A IO8 an M M Opening Day Ceremonies A praYer for victory FOOTBALL 1952 As in previous years, Aquinas excelled in scholasiic grid circles. Through 'rhe uniiring eflorfs of 'rhe coaching sfaff headed by Mr, Jablonslci, anoiher oulsfanding ieam was pro- duced. Undismayed in spile of fhe laclc of veleran maferial, The "Lil Irish" of Aquinas blazed in+o lhe 1952 foo+ball season on Sepf. 28. Talcing The field againsl The iirsf leam on 'rheir all- high schedule, Coach Ray Jablonslci's men lhrilled l4,000 fans by overwhelming S+. Perens of Jersey Ciiy I9-O. Noel Marian- eHi received 'rhe "Player oi 'rhe Week Award" because of his sparkling play on bolh offense and defense. f .X s ' N Tom Tucker ' x l X . ' t' l ,. ' W A " 1 'I J' A is I X L . 4 ' M ff .J ii E w . i li' i ' X' J' 5 T , "M Tom Burke 1 . 1. .' XX 'fb ' K l 1 X N Benny Roiolo E A X V' f K ll i A I if X. , 5...-L i f ,Q ' s f My X 1 t X4 7. . ix i N K i i .fi X I , 3 , . Jerry Scardino I Jim Enright -il.. ,X Back Row: Bob Burns Ron Kuiawa George G rrbrecht, Sam Reb-s Leo Hosenled Kevin Maoy Jack Mbljor 'l P -ao Tony ctmsv Ed Hesnger Joe Dihabio Don Granger Jim Cortina, Jim Currier Frank Rm Jrn Quinian, Jack Yaeger Nano Dercoe lim Rioy, Dan Annoinino, Middle Row: Jerry Jes- mer George Sa cm Joe Koesterer, Don Congclon Matt Branski, Phil Genier, Joe Madaiena Jerry Scardino Jim Enright Torn Norton, Bill Schmitz Torn Burke, Tom Waiz Jirn Sedita, Guy Vito, Chuck Manioci Larry Paivino, Dick Stilter, Front Row: Benny Rotoio John Guarino, Ed Begy, Gene Palermo. Dave Kelly, Leo Degncn R ss G eil B P .. u i ernie olie, Tom Tucker, Chuck McKenna Jark Lyng Hen A , ry ngelone, Noel Marianekti. Vince Gionta, Miio Tomonavich, FOOTBALL SQUAD VARSITY Gene Palermo Aquinas Rolled +0 ils second viclory ol lhe '52 campaign by delealing fhe heffy, buf inexperienced Oswego eleven. Oswego led in 'rhe 'Firs+ quarier 60, buf 'rhe spiriled A uinas + b ' q earn ounced back, forging ahead al lhe hall I3-6. Due largely To Marianelfis running in lhe second hall, il was Aquinas' game 25-I2 when fhe whisfle blew. Gene Palermo, for his ouislanding de- fense againsl Oswego was made "Player of lhe Week". The hopes of lhe Aquinas Li+'rle lrish lor a perlecl season collapsed as Archbishop Slepinac l-ligh School of While Plains rolled info Town lo grind our a hard-loughr 20-I2 yiclory over Aquinas. Walz, Marianeffi, and Di- Fabio were lhe Aquinas heroes Jerr Scard' . y uno was chosen "Player of 'rhe Week" lor his superb all-round playing. Madalena scores on an end-run against O swego. Jim Currier Bob Burns IIO f l ff x., Jie? . .Q I 3, .K Y is A i f A...' 1 -E .fag 1 E 1 l A v f f N t 8 Noel Marianetti C ' P 4 I i l in x SX 'li it f' X, y X 5 Wi l f 31 y for lk Q- i it? ' Ed Heisinger Gino breaks loose for a touchdown in the Catholic Central Game, FOOTBALL MANAGERS Baclr Row: Pat Reddy, Bill Casey, Willie Empy, Bill Britton, Front Row: Gary Martins. Dave Mariani, Ted l-louclc. y l x ,xxx Bernie Polle The tourth game with Catholic Central ot Detroit was the heart- brealcer. Behind I3-O at the halt, the "Lil Irish" tought baclc furiously with two Gene Palermo touchdown runs. Both conversion attempts were miss- ed, however: and a McKenna-DiFabio pass which was h . cauq t lust out ot the end zone and a last mihute tumble lett the score I3-I2 in tavor ot Catholic Central. i if 397'- ff:-a 'X 'Q I aw l xr' 1 J I Q 7131 DiFabio pulls in a long f ,,, W" one against DeMatha. 4. I Another score for Q I Stepinac. Jim Sediia Alter receiving 'rwo sfraighr se+baclcs, Q1- Aquines refurned +o The win column by +rounc- ' ing DeMa+ha High 38-7. Enjoying perlecf football weafher, fullbaclcs Joe Madalena and 5 li- Tom Burke colleciecl a pair of 'rouchdowns yy apiece, in a game +ha+ brouqh+ ou+ mos? of ' 1, Y l the reserves. N ' A' E 7 s CHEERLEADERS ' Back Row: Charles Marang, Dicl: O'Con- Ron Kulnwn nell, Bob Bates, Mike Hynes, Jim Lyons. Vin Parella, Front' Row: Tom Lazio. Norm Caccamise, Ed Wollensalc, Dave Ofonnell. fi' Tony Pskruso Leo Hosenfeld f i l I l Q 4 X X i J'N f f i Tom Wal: i il li, Tom Norton Tommy Welz sfrilres for pay-dirf during the Boys' Town Game George "Herman" Gumbrecht. The "Figh+ing Lil Irish" engaged a classy, power paclced Erie Prep ouifif on a cold, windy Friday nighi, November 7'rh. Ap- proximalely 600 Aquinas fans iournied io Erie Pa. fo wifness Aquinas' 'rhird sefbaclc oi rhe season, I2-28. Bob Burns who caughr Two 'rouchdown passes from Tom Walz, played lorillianily lhroughour The game. On Thanksgiving Day, Aquinas, considered fhe I4 poini underdog. surprised 'rhe previously un- beaien Boysfown feam wiih a I9-7 upset Sparlced by rhe lorillianr playing of Tom Walz, who was chosen "Player of The Week", lhe Irish complefely Bill Schmifz ' x X Almost over . . ' ig, K bui not quiie! I .,.R4JEk?PQfH5+n V 1 ,1 1 , 1 Y i5 overwhelmed +he much publicized "Cowboys" and broughf ihe season 'ro a viciorious close. A perfect ending to another season. Jerry Jesmer WauQ1l11r . :fi ,55- Maii Bransli 5 g-3, . ' I fp. V 5' 9. Er ,,,. , vi I A vs! M' V 4 I 5 E S B U ' 'uf . ,, , Q 'Q i- fr. gf, .Q :si Q G .- " ' A K A is Ev 'B' M 9 W 34 Q 55 as 2 Qlgq gg 47 48:5 Wn 4, ff- ,gl his W Qiw Qfww Vg' -if L l 1 F Q-.: Us 'fs m an an Sass ff Ew PF fs' 5 , -91 '54 Q' J' 3? fir f V ' 1 8 ,M f X Y ,-fx g -A ,. Q Q ' , , 4 .- W ' M " f Q :li 5 M i 'f guglugsg-au? 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"- 4 ' v . fi! y' F I' 4 - ' THE VARSITY Back Row: Roy Engles lMgr.l, Ed Flannigan, Ill Danny O'Brien, lgl Matt Branski, lql Jerry McGuire lgl Ron Mack, lgl Lou Basile lfoachl, John Dobbertin Mgr.l Fronk Row: Joe Cunningham, lcl Pat Keenan, TTI Fred Wagner, lcl Jack Burns- ITI Chuck Thomas, ffl Greg Britz, 5,5 ., f 0 T ' N'-'u' ' x M I I M BASKETBALL 1953 The 'Lil Irish' baskeTbaIl Team rolled up anoTher glorious baslceTbalI season under The experienced leadership oT coach Lou Basile. PosTing an impressive II3-Zl won-losT record, The Aquinas cagers came Through in The cluTch and provided The Tans wiTh many Thrills and breaThTalcing shoTs. I-lighlighTing The schedule were The hard ToughT conTesT wiTh Frank- lin High, and The excursion To The ChrisTian BroThers Academy in Syracuse, aT which over 600 Aquinas Tans wiTnessed a rec- ord brealcing 44 poinT perform- ance by Ronny lMr. ,PoinTsI Maclc. However, The mosT cru- cial as well as The mosT bril- lianTly played game was The baTTle wiTh Madison High Tor "GO Aquinas G0-" The my+hicaI I-ligh School Championship, which our boys capTured. Time out Instructions from The Bench. Securing This Tine record, Coach Lou Basile's squad consisTing oT: Ronny Maclc, Greg BriTz, Danny O'Brien, Fred Wagner, Jaclc Burns, Chuck Thomas, Gene Palermo, Jerry McGuire, Ed Flannigan, MaTT Branslci, Nes Keenan, and Joe Cunningham, exemplified True sporTsmanship and ouT- sTanding Team play, in keeping The name of Aquinas ToremosT in The scholasTic sporTs world. In view oT This we, The sTudenTs OT Aquinas, saIuTe Them Tor a iolo well done. Il5 Another goal for AQ TEAM RECORD Aquinas Opponen+ 76 Benjamin Franklin High School ,, 64 88 Auburn High School .-,,,,-,,- --- 36 62 Holy Family ol Auburn , S-, 48 50 Erie Prep ,H ,, , 58 69 Balavia High School ,,,, W . 48 48 Oswego High School .-,-, W ,. 53 57 John Marshall High School H 34 77 C.B.A. of Syracuse , , , , , Y 49 62 Erie Prep ,,,,,. ,, ,, . 55 58 De Salles High of Geneva , ,, 37 57 Balavia High School , ,- .7 , , 46 70 Benjamin Franlclin High School , , 7, 44 60 Madison High School , 54 68 Oswego High School 48 85 C.B.A. of Syracuse , 5I Burns drives in. Up for the rebound. Mr. Points puts in anoiher one, Gai ' that "bucKsl:"' 4 Bac Row M R Jabkynsl-v Coen M Spanq R Ennqht W Wedemeyer J Bnrke, R lc : . . ' I j, . , . ' , . . . IU KunseUa, J. VN9iHcin, Mr. W, Marciau ffoacnf. Middle Row:4G, Edwards, G, Koixjvas, H BASKETBALL Anqdone, R. Danor, Front Row: D, Lcchner fMqr,j, D, Drabwn, F, Doherty, PA Reddy, G Fmpey. lMqr.j, Back Row' Bob Agostmelli fMqrj Jim Brien Jack Kingston Joe Smules Joe Caliban RaYpl'x Gailo. Ronnie Zlotmk, Her-bl Janick lCeachl. Front Rew: George gchnetzer, BOE TERM O Louqhhn, Tom Myers, Pete Pavua, Fred Taddeo. I I7 .fi r ..,. THE COOPER MARINES As a resuIT OT The careful coaching oT Fr. Wilson, The Cooper Marines oT The American Legion Junior Baseball League won The Championship of Wesfern New York STaTe. Ronnie Mack's remarkable piTching record oT I3 wins and 2 losses, including a no4hiTTer againsT Flower CiTy PosT, proved To be a greaT asseT To The Coopers as well as Joe KoesTerer's and MaTT Branski's Tremendous baTTing averages. The Cooper's vicTory over Jules-Vern-Fish PosT enTiTlecl Them To go inTo The DisTricT Playoffs. The Team succeeded in The DisTricT Playoffs in which They cap- Tured The SevenTh DisTricT Championship wiTh a 5-I vicTory over Lyons. The Coopers Then surged ahead deTeaTing LancasTer, The Buf- Talo DisTricT Champions, I I-3. The nexT Team To go down under The Cooper's lorillianT ball-playing was Syracuse Tor which They copped The WesTern New York Championship. The Cooper's had To be saTisTied wiTh This achievemenT, Tor WhiTe Plains deTeaTed Them IO-5 in The STaTe Championship Finals. Judd Dry, Greg BriTz, and Don Congdon will reTurn To Torrn The nucleus of nexT year's Team. The Team at Cooperstown. Back Row: Fr, Wilson lCoac Ronnie Mack. Jerry McGu Tommy Morris. Jack Bur Greg Britz. Bill Doud, F Kujawa, Mr. Torn Comer Front Row: Les Engels, E Doud, Dick Brickier, Judd E Roy Engels, Don Conqdon, .. Dei Vecchio, Joe Koesker Fr. McLaughlin, Absenfe Bernie Polie. Matt Branski. Brit: to Engels to first. RECORD League Games Cooper Marines Opponent 2 Piccolo 6 Flower City O 9 Ferris - Goodridge 9 Piccolo 6 6 Greece ll Ferris - Goodridge 4 5 Doty - Maqill 8 Doky - Magill 4 6 Flower Cily IO Greece l 2 Flower City 3 s'FlT.2.Ve'l ' M 3 We "'aiOflS O lrondequoit 2 8 Mount Morris I4 Brooks - Shepard l 3 Geneva 6 Loeser . Shavlan 4 5 Lyons 3 Air Force 2 ll Lancaster O Flower City 4 5 White Plains . .A ..A-f., ' - ' .. I Q Q' Q E!! 5? 'sf 'kr 6 .J y ,Y 4 I a.. .1 ir 'lk' rx K lgigvv Q4 I ggi Q 7' '59, 4 9 5 93 x" L, Q X lf " v Y. Q V V fi-'fm' ' 3 ' I f Q Q A V ' A rw 15 -gpg . 1 X "i - 1 xx: ,fi ilgm 1 e . c 'H "-1' 'E' W 4 Q' J! ad IA, K. W 3 'A 1'?iL.1x'7" " I 3, A .iqwu fin 1' uv' -arf' , '1- I , U K A 5' 1 1 Q' I Q Ymfi v' 5 ' ,, Al ' fi, . ,,. 1. . X L! X X 1 1 . X 1 . '. . 1, eq XA N- -AQ-. ' Xl -. 15, jzx 1 xv. , V L 4 ...XL v A ,IAQ kb W, K w MN, , 'N 1 ' A. . N 'V K-N. .5 YM: V M. N " xxv x . W x if - L.. . U sa' 'S -QE' if f-r.-Q ' " 1'-fr6f .f 55-. f ta' Iwymf Q A 0 HA. 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Zealous sludenls, incifed by grand prizes such as a frip lo Texas by airplane, swealers, iackels, and cash awards, combed 'rhe cily of Rochesler by going lo laclories, offices, business eslablishmenls and privale homes. Almosl every sludenl parlicipalecl in lhe campaign, each selling an average of over lilly dollars lo amass an incredible lolal of more lhan S75.000. There were man individual leaders buf much credil is due lo Bill Bell and Y . ' Jim l-luberl lor lheir oufslanding salesmanship. Many homerooms surpassed lheir quolas by hundreds of dollars, buf Falher O'Reilly's famous "l-lomeroom of Champions" again The big payoff. Creating enthusiasm at one of the assemblies. I24 lopped all compelilors wilh beller lhan S7,000. All lhis remarkable work of 'rhe sludenls is a credil lo Falher Looby, whose undying spiril rallied every salesman lo work his hardesl. As a resull of The greal eflorl by fhe school, 'rhe Curlis Trophy, which is so valued by all schools selling lhe Curlis magazines, is in lhe possession of Aquinas. The school is greally indebled +o lhe Molhers' Club which volunleered lo aid Aquinas in ils campaign by adding daily quolas, 'lhus keeping The sludenls informed ol lheir progress. Q 5 .hw 1 J I-.. ' in 1 K 7 i!'.nLa- - " ' LI A f IV" an n r n D P mf Lx A T21 li y U Q Q LL M. -A A , ,z 5 , .mi lj' !'1SEf"v'a',5g,l'L ai, ' H Ui J ... f Isis-Jiffy my Q-si, Ji, .. E -'U Var? RHF QB U ns, SI!! l ,iff 'ltuzfxq if? 4 'F up I vu' " 1-'i ' - 1 mlilxg " L , 1 Q Itvw b l-- J 'x VG .91 .4 .,., - ' in fs - 'Nm .1 'E ,T Msg 0 1 'AQ Av :A-' 2 . 1.1 S my I X13 - 5 f pf' . 4 ,W fwas.'k1v'F5f'5' 5 - . + mf-,,g M-""?'Sj 'ii -3' .Tm , C-I V 7 ,, 'i fi" f- Q wg, T A 8311- -w 'Q x fi' G I 'VV' 'I X x ,' if Xue! gr X? b XM' 9 ' .. 971 , 1 i s mm A Q I WB M, , f ISE E 1' 'if' 7 1 I El LSL k, f X ' 34 , ir- x W ix QAM ju . fm x f ' ,fi . 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Don Cray, Secretary.TreasL.rer. Joe Valenti. Co-President, Larry Oberlies, Co-Pres ident, Charles Vacanti, Vice-President, 4' 1 Torn Gutberlet. Ray Weidmann, Don Gray, Don Pandina. Cy Le Doux. Nm. work' Don New Yorlr bound. Richard Osterman, Gary Martins, Pat Suraci, Ed Owens. CJ AA-!--.... Cy LeDoux, Richard Osterman. Ed Maloney. Torn Gutberlet, Back Row: Charles Vacanti Fr. O'Reilly, Moderator, Gus Owens, Don Gray. Gary Martins, Milre Tomaino, Terry Sheehan. Seated: William Clair, Pat Suraci, Don Pandina. Larry Oberlies. Joe Valenti, Don Woods. HQUINRS DEBATING SOCIETY In the school year, '52 - '53, the Aquinas Debating Society reached new heights in the Forensic Leagues ot New Yorlc State. For the first time in the history ot debating at Aquinas, the Club actively participated in tournaments throughout the state. The year began with the Club's top tour teams traveling to Oswego tor a tournament with all the top New Yorlc State Schools. Aquinas nar- rowly missed tirst place, but had to settle tor second. Teams trom Cham- inade, St. John's Prep, and Fordham Prep participated. Still debating on the national topic: "Resolved: That that the Atlantic Pact Nations Should Form a Federal Union.", the entire club traveled to Syracuse where they decisively defeated tive schools and emerged vic- torious. A trophy marlcing the Club's victory was presented to the De- bating Club's Coach: Rev. J. O'Reilly, C.S.B. Highlighting the season was the trip to New Yorlc City tor the Na- tional Fordham Tourney, by the Club's top tour debatorsq Pat Suraci, Joe Valenti, Dori Pandina and Diclr Mastrodonato. The club's tame spread with L. Oberlies' winning the Bishop's arid American Legion Oratoricals. RECORD TOURNAMENTS Wins Losses 13 C. B. A. Tourney 5 5 Oswego State Teachers' College Tourney 3 4 Hamilton College Tourney 4 MEETS lO Jamestown - at home 6 8 Bradford - at home 6 FUTURE DEBATES Jamestown - at Jamestown Bradford - at Bradford Mount Mercy - at home Xi in Butlalo Canisius High - at home 81 in Buttalo Franklin High - at home 8i at Franklin Bishop Timons - at home Bi in Buttalo 1 "Congratulations boys." 1 Joe Valenti, Dc Pandino. Richar Mastrodonato: Moc erator of the Di beting Club, Fr, O Reilly. ' fi ,143 My W A an , gg 3 fi A 46,14 155 rs -sl ,W nk.. G,oyYnighff'on Enzo. WW? 5 8 l'5 ' . X-. 4 i - 1 'Ap . A First Fndcy Mus. " Whafll you have, Father? ,Q S1 .hagggm ! ' ' , I,-...n 4. S , gin - v . ,- r -,, L fx 1, 9 ' S ,L 20 ""i. 1 . . 1 'E fs wx 'K t 1' .5 4 Attonhon ' ' X' V U.N. Dann. D in w K yi' . --- svn M 1 , M .f Y '. I -"X .. A ' - I " M ' Y' 'Aga -, f -.-, A N, M K Q 5 Nye - Q , i ' an" ix 'A U Mission Mess. :Y " 'xt -Q.. 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N n .Q .1 , -x , , , A, . , A ,.,o, 1- , A,. - F-'+v1'7i:im'En4ef411Eg"ifL4Pir :f'.Shaf'1"3f.'5'L H?.1f,?" '.'f+- PZ Our lutchen staff where would we be without khom 1m " ,W ww 'lla' A..-.0 l gwliufhfy Boys. f. ,',.,L- 1 " Q - 'ff V s ,,, 99' ,nf ylfjllldk t . ' li- ., nan... , V- - - Oh! You Lhclxy dog ALE? WT' fix A3 1'-v,' '1 va if ,iwl I. "wr, FLA firzug' ,Q , ,If ff' Q we xiqf- ff'5 au. b 5 "4- Mos+ Rev. James E. Kearney Mos+ Rev. Lawrence B. Case R+ R l .eV . Rev. . Rev. . Rev . Rev Msgr . Joseph A. Ba cerak Msgr. George V. Burns Msgr. Thomas F. Connors Msgr. Wilfred T. Craugh Msgr. John M. Duffy Msgr. George W. Eckl . Rev Msgr. Louis W. Edelman . Rev. Msgr. Joseph E. Grady . Rev. Msgr. William M. Hari' . Rev. Msgr. Charles F. Shay R+ R+ R+ R+ R+. Rev R+ R+ R+ R+ R+ Msgr. John B. Sullivan Rev. Charles J. Ani Rev. W. Darcy Bolger Rev. Charles Bru+on Rev. James T. Connolly Rev. Francis Cris+an+ielli Rev. Raymond J. Epping Rev. Francis M. Feeney Rev. Rober+ J. Fox Rev. J. Emil Gefell Rev. Alberl' J. Gei er Rev. Frank J. Hoe?en Rev. George M. Kalb Rev. Rober+ H. Keleher Rev. Rober+ L. Kress Rev. Francis A. Kleehammer Rev. John F. Lynch Rev. John P. O'Malley Rev. Frank W. Mason Rev. Roy B. Morphy Rev. Donald J. Murphy Rev. J. Joseph O'Connell Rev. Daniel B. O'Rourke Rev. Jacob R. Rauber Rev. Jerome F. Schifferli Rev. Leo V. Smi+h Rev. William M. Thomas Rev. Frank Valukevicus . Rev. Nazare+h Hall Mr. Alber+ Bondaldi Mr. 8: Mrs. Ar+hur J. Bamann Mr. John J. Casey Mr. Harry B. Crowley Mr. 8: Mrs. Jeremiah G. Hickey Mr. 81 Mrs. Wal+er B. D. Hickey Mr. Joseph G. Klee Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman G. Kleisley Dr. Howard B. Kolpien Mr. Guido Lombardo Mr. Daniel E. Macken Mr. Mar+in Q. Moll Mr. Theodore I. Mueller Dr. Charles E. Noonan Mr. Arnold Pappani Mr. 81 Mrs. An+hony Pie+ropaoli Mr. 8: Mrs. James Porcari Mr. William F. Predmore Mr. Frank J. Printing Jr. Mr. James Proud Judge Michael L. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rombau+ Mr. L. Schaeffer Mr. O++o Schmid+ Mr. Charles W. Schrader Mr. Alber+ W. Skinner, Sheriff Mr. An+hony D. Wegman Mr. Vincen+ W. Weis PATRONS Aquinas Mission Crusade Aquinas Mo+hers' Club Arrow Ma+erials Corp. Bas+ian Bro+hers lnc. Blanchard Floris+ Bon Jon's Tux Shop John R. Bourne 8: Co. Brews+er, Cri++enden 81 Co. lnc. Brigh+on Place Dairy Champion A+hle+ic 8: Spor+swear Co. Chris+opher Press lnc. George M. Clancy Car+ing Co. Con+inen+al Baking Co. B. G. Cos+ich Pe+er Dohr Cons+ruc+ion Co. lnc. Domes+ic Fuel Service Donovan Pain+ 8: Lacquer Co. lnc. Dudley Service S+a+ion Eagle Special+y Co. lnc. Federa+ed Me+als Division. American Smel+inq 8: Refining Co. Flanigan Furni+ure Co. Fromm Bro+hers Gargano Bro+hers lnc. Ber+ C. Gianfor+i Gold Bro's Ou+fi++ing Sam Go++ry, Car+ing Co. Ernisse's Greenhouses Grey Knigh+s Drum Corps Hafner Home Laundry lnc. Hallman's Cen+ral Chevrole+ Co. lnc. Har+s Food S+ores, lnc. F. L. Heughes Co. lnc. Ho+el Seneca Holy Rosary Church Klem Bros. Dairy Kurz 81 Terzo lnc. Langie Fuel Service Lucas 8: Dake Co.. lnc. McEvoy Mo+ors John McNally Bonaven+ure Scholarship Fund Harold Meisenzahl H. News Service Paramoun+ Dairy lnc. Peerless Appliances lnc. Pe+er's Shoe Sfore Rappl 8: Hoenig Co. Reichenberger's Food Share Roches+er Business lns+i+u+e Roches+er Coca-Cola Bo++ling Corp. Roches+er Gas dr Elec+ric Corp. Roches+er Smel+ing 8: Refining Co., lnc. Roncone Funeral Parlors Schan+z Homes lnc. Schuler Po+a+o Chip Co. lnc. William J. Schmi++, lnc. Simmons Mo+ors Corp. Tobin Packing Co., .lnc. Tran+'s lnc. Tucker's lnc. Walder+ Op+icians Walz 8: Krenzer, lnc. C. P. Ward lnc. Wegman's Dairy Whelpley 8: Paul William J. Woerner 8: Sons Woodfill. lnc. Zweigle's Complimen+s of a friend ST. 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