Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

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STITUTE New York by the Congregatzon o Przests o St Basil Paul Francls Edztor zn Chief George Rockwell Lzlerary Edztor Nicholas Mendola Photo Edztor Wlllxam Apron Art Edztor Fr H C Perry CSB Advzser 7 ' f ' f . ' Bruno Fallone ............ Business Editor o our Fathers and Mothers This edition of the ARETE is lovingly dedicated hy the Senior Class of 1960 O Lord jesus Christ, who when Thou wast subject to Mary and joseph didst sanctify the home life with ineffable virtues: grant that by their as- sistance, we may be instructed by the example of Thy Holy Family and become partakers of their eternal happiness. fCollect, Mass of the Feast of the Holy Familyj 39 ia .fr ' 3'- ig x , 15' .nga , M3 it f g, JA X 3 Y' N Mm, z f. ' ' ' , ,ff if . f I f ' Y I 19 aff, z ' fa Y I f 'Q-. F I REX .-xi? , , MOST REVEREND JAMES E. KEARNEY, D.D. Bishop of Rochester ffl-fNf?w 43 ASQ J f gym? YILQND zu QUITE DUI! 5PER!llIij! kf MOST REVEREND LAWRENCE B CASEY D D Tztzlar Bzshop o Cea Auxzlzary Bishop o Rochester -I XX f SQ fr --11-F , 1125 "' 'L QC.. E rfqf f 3: , -15 if , 1 G ,,, 22 1 . . 1 ' ? 1 "' , . 2 W 5 :fat 2-kln:Q1..i .i , f' , :, ,L -V Qxfil 'I 22 S x V51 1 , - ,, . ,mf L . 5 A ' X'd"Lf V 2 f 1,13- if W' J . , . . . . if . . . f ,ME Q, ,MX Q rlY,gj,:i1A,.Am-jx - w- Y llffj, Y - J Xi vygrvi-.-P47 ,Sig drip ,OD ZH V 53,22 L X Ex ' ,Ji V 1 g 'Y g 1 I Uylgl. Q' 1 ' X xxx X7 E 1 . P ., , K, 'XX J ffs. mjhyzm Sv , .J 1 QA? ,13?fI1X?i'Nl1J'xa X fi ALMA MATER Thou place of rev'rie, praise we and uphold theeg -3- -if -Q- In retrospection we see thy intentiong Always to strive for that which we were made forg Dear Alma Mater, may you in all hours Aquinas evermore. Be the oustanding, be the one commanding 'fl'-54+ Triumphant over all. 5 And of those striving, be the one survivingg V The Annunciation by Rogier van der Wfeyden Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of j. Pierpont Morgan, l9l'. 6 Principal page 8 Administrative Ollicers page 9 Faculty page 10-I5 CON1-IZNTS Among the decorative and symbolic mo tifs that adorn the Gothic cathedrals of the thirteenth century, are many derived from llovvers and field plants. Those motifs occur in rich profusion. Prevalent in stone and wood carvings is the rose, rendered in con' ventional form. lt is a symbol of the nativity of Our Lord. "Drop dovvn dew, ye heavens from above, and let the clouds rain the just: let the earth be opened, and bud forth a saviour" flsaias 45, 8j. On this and following divider pages are depicted Christian symbols corresponding to the major events in the life of Cut Lord and Saviour jesus Christ, the model forlall Christians. lXfllllNllS'll"Rl3l"ll"llU 1,0 E VERY REVEREND ERNEST P MAGEE CSB Principal 8 Kimi? i FR JOHN T CHERRY CSB Dzrertor zsrzplme 9 UMW, ff K 1959 FR LEON G HART CSB FR RAYMOND L PRINCE CSB Vue Pymnpgl Counxelor for Scholastxc Improvement f C +13 1960 fkff VM' 'N ff 3' iil if FR VINCENT C ECKERT CSB FR JOSEPH I ABEND CSB FR PETERJ ETLINGER CSB Tfldjllfff Counselor for Acadefmc Counselor for Acadenuc and Vocational Guidance and Vocalxonal Guidance OUR DMI I TR TIVE OFFICERS 9 'S ff' X.: 20'-Ji S.- FR CYRIL F CARTER CSB FR CHARLES P DONOVAN CSB R VINCENT J FUI-I-ERTON CSB Malhematxrx Matbematirs Spdfll-vb AQUIN F CULTY FR LAWRENCE v GALLA CSB j FR JOHN C SPM-I-f CSB Cbnslmn Doctrine 'A' p1,y,,L-41 Edumhon Q Gila "Gum C bermslry PR, CYRIL D. UDALL, C.S.B. FR. jOHN R. XVHITLEY, CSB. Cbrixrian Doririnc I , , Librarian Musir V f - ' V fi Englub I 'KVK ,196 ,'9""" L, WH, - f Xwvf A Q' J 'MMI QQL3' 4 V7 J' MR. JERRY J. KIESSLING, C.S.B. MR, JOSEPH P. LEDDY, C.S.B. f MR. TERRENCE M. OGRADY C.S.B. Christian Doctrine Christian Doctrine Y' A Citizenship Eduration Business General Sciente f Ogice Business 1959 1960 I MR FELIX F HART P Registrar X fl mine .J MISS SARA R MALONE MR WILLIAM E McCARTHY MR JOSEPH Typing English Htdllh Business Physxral Education 11 MRS IRENE KARP Treasurer: Offxre -CV MRS HELEN MASSETH MRS ELEANOR WARNER Treasurers Offrte Records O :re PECI L ER ICE Ladies of the Cafeterla Q.--f 'VIR CARI. ZIMMER Custodian nh 12 S .4--:Y Q! 4"fl 4 W X x , I5 M' YVWMJ. 3 IIOR CONTENTS Senior Class Homeroom Moderators page 16 Student Government Officers and Senior Representatives page 17 Senior page 18-40 is. .l The Baptism of jesus by Leonardo da Vinci et Verrocchio-Florence. 14 ' The catncomb frescoes frequently depict the vine. lt is an symbol of our Divine Saviour based upon His own words: "I am the vine, you are the branches. He who ahides in me, and l in him, he hears much fruitg for without me you can do noth- ing" fjohn 13.51. It is il vivid figure of Christ. the head and source of divine life to the world-wide members of the Mys- tical Body who comprise His Church Militant. W'e are the living branches. By our baptism we are grafted to the true vine, -Iesus Christ. m P XJ gps i f 'hu' FR MICHAEL B BIONDI C SB EDMUND E BURNS C SB FR PETER J ETLINQER CSB Homeroom 521 Homeroom 319 Homeragm 314 Cbrzstzan Doctrine ltalmn Latzn Cbrzstmn Doctrzne Matlaematzfx Latzn Cl,,,,1,,,,, Dgfffgng Hlgpgfy Q- Q-Qin., FR EDWARD A O'REILLY, C S B FR JOSEPH A O'REILLY, C SB Cbrzxtzan Doctrine Cl,,f,,g,,m Dofpfme H15f0'J' Busmess English PR jOHN M SHEEHAN, CSB C bnstmn Dorirmc Lalm 16 IZIOR H HO BROOM lMODER TOR FR FREDERICK H SOHN, Chnstzan Doctnne Latin CSB I , . 'A . . ,... FR. . ,... . . ' ,... 1, x . . . . . . . . - - I . . . ' . V X x ' ' , , ' Y Vx X x Rxxi N A X ' X ,X 'Nth R . f x ,1 XX 4 .. Nxt A X , . ' X, A Q Q W-, X .Q f X , x ,NH .L XX A L-X XM ' 2 leo X. S l Gary Wenglowski fPresiden0, Fr. L. G. Hart, C.S.B. CDirectorJ. ST DE T COU CIL The Student Council is the voice of the student body as expressed by their elected representatives. Its function is twofold: to act as a liason with the admini- stration, and to assist in the organization and direction of student activities. This year, as in the past, the Student Council, under the careful eye of Fr. Hart, sponsored a number of social activities, such as the Victory Dance at the close of the football season, and the St. Pat's Day Frolic to chase away mid-Lent dol- drums. Also they aided in furnishing the cheerleaders with uniforms so that they would look as well as they sound. The senior officers have given excellent guidance and a direction this past year. ln a special assembly the entire staff and student body were afforded the opportunity of seeing how expertly the meetings are conducted each Monday afternoon. The pattern has been established, let us hope that it will be continued. Director 'u A I .V fx FR. L. G. HART, C.S.B. ROBERT MIRGUET Treaxurer SENIORS-Paul Ritacco, james Beckman, Daniel Lynd, Peter Shaughnessy. Aquinas IOR MICHAEL A. ABBEY MICHAEL ALEKSON Our Lady of Perpetual Help St, Andrew St. Thomas Club 1, 2g Perpetual Perpetual Rosary 2-43 Bowling Rosary lg German Club 3, 4g 2-4. Bowling 5. CLASS JEROME R ALVES LIBERT J AMATO St Auguxtzne St Anthony of Padua Perpetual Rosary 14 Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Mxsston Bouts 5 4 Italian Club 2 4 NINETEE SIXTY LOUIS j ANDOLINO St Frantz: Xazzer 3 4 Band 1 2 Mlssxon Bouts 15 Clubs Italian 7 3 Referee 4 Bowltng 1 2 18 Perpetual Rosary 5,' 45 Sodality ROINALD J ANDRUKITIS BERNARD J ANGELO XVILLIAM V APTON S! Tbomas Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sary 2 Arete 4 Varsm Foot 3 J V Footba Tack 2 4 Clubs Latm 3 PhXSlLS 3 CYICC presj Nlath 4 Chemxstry 4 Art 4 Varsity Club 4 ANTHONY ARNIIGINACCO Our Lady of All Carmel Perpetual Rosary 1 2 4 So dalnty 3 4 Clubs Ltbrary 4 Latm 3 Italian 3 4 Stdeltnes 3 4 Q-.rce presj St George Our Lady of Mt Carmel T--y Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Sodaltty sary 4 Clubs 'Nlodel RR 1 As 3 ltalxan Club 3 Bowling 4 tronomy 2 3 Stdelmes 3 'ful '9""hn sir DONALD K ARMIGNACCO Our Lady of Mt Carmel Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 So da tty 3 4 Italtan Club 2 4 HFRBERT S BARBFNHENN Holy Famzly Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sary 14 Bovslmg 4 PHILIPJ ARSENAULT St Salome Perpetual Rosary 1 2 4 St Genesxus Club 1 2 Stage Crevs 2 4 Bovflmgl ROBERT J BARRETT Holy Ghost GARY P BACCARO SS Peter 8: Paul Honor Roll l 2 Perpetual Ro 1 V otba 2 Varsnty Football 4 Freshman Football Clubs Latm 3 Stde lmes 3 German 4 Chemtstry 4 CHARLES K BARTASH St George Varsity Basketball 3 4 Varsity Baseball 3 4 J V Basketball 2 J V Baseball 2 Clubs Var stty 4 German 3 Chemistry 4 CRAIG C BADER Sl Cerzlm Bovslmg 1 Clubs Chemtstry 4 Art 4 JAMES B BECKWIAN St Andrew St Thomas Club 1 Honor Roll 2 3 Student Counctll 4 Per petual Rosary 14 Sodaltty 24 Cfreasj Maroon 8. White 3 4 Mtssxon Bouts 24 Clubs Latm 3 German 3 Chemtstr 4 Football 3 fMgrj .gi 8 X .1 A f fr HENRY A. BENCVS Sarrul Hcarl Perpetual Rosarv 1-4' Honor R 1 'K 'sf CHARLES Cl. BERRY SI. An1hroxc Bam 1-4 fPres JOHN XX BFST lAlXll:S XX BOGARDLS Samui Heart St Charles Perpetual Rosarx " 4 Perpetual Rosarx 1 4 Boultng THOMAS A BONEIGLIO St Salome St Thomas Club 3 Honor Roll 1 2 Perpetual Rosars 14 Xia roon 8. XX hlte 34 CAssoL Edt torj St C-enestus Clubl Track 3 4 Clubs Lattn 5 CPres German 4 Chemtstrx 4 Stde ltnes 3 Bovxltng 1 2 RICHARD X BROPHX Sinai Heart CHARLES J BORDOINORO S1 Anthony Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro N 1 wx Clubs Latin 3 Chemtstrs 4 Italtan 4 CV1te Prestdentj Debattng ROBERT l BROPHH Sarrcd Hear! l X F00lb1ll " I-lbf1fY li Perpetual Rrsarx 4 Band 4 7 Cult: Clulw 8 Xarsttx football X football 7 Ltbr Club 2 4 GEORGE N BOVENZI Sl Anlbony Perpetual Rosars 14 Maroon and XXh1te 4 I X Eootball 3 Track 74 Xltsston Bouts 24 Clu s Italian 7 4 Stde mes XX'II.I.lAlXI E BROXVN Holy Rosary Honor Roll 1 7 Perpetual san 14 Maroon and XXh1te 4 Varsttx Club 4 'arm motball 3 X Football Xarsttx B sketball 3 4 j Basketball 2 Clubs Stdelmes 4 XWILLIAXI N BOYER St Cbarles Bonomeo Perpetual Rosarx 14 Bowltng 7 Clubs Latm PATRICK S BLRNS H011 Rosary Perpetual Rosarx 3 4 Track 3 4 S Football Xlanagcr 4 Clubs pantsh 4 Xarstts 4 7' 3' is-r' PAUL K BUTLER ROBERTJ CALLAHAIN Sl Cen za Perpetual Rosary 14 St Gene sius 2 Svyimmmgl 2 Track 1 Bowling 1 Our Lady of Good Counsel Perpetual Rosary 24 Maroon 8. White 3 Cardinal lNevsman Library Club 4 Sidelines Club ANTHONY J. CAPCTA Our Lady of Alomzt Carmel Perpetual Rosary' 3, 4: Clubs: Italian 43 Bowling 1-4. 1-'J PATRICK CASELLA Holy Rosary Honor Roll lg Perpetual Rosary' l-4g Mission L'nit 23 Clubs: Varsity' 4: Sidelines 3: Varsity' Bas ethall 3 4: J. V, Basketball -L J. X. Baseball : Frosh Bas- ketball, -"xv PATRICK J CASEY Sacred Hear! Perpetual Rosary 3 4 St Lukes Society 2 Clubs Cardinal New man Library 2 4 Track 2 Com munitations Crevs at Stadium RICHARD S CIMBALO Holy Apostles Honor Roll 3 Track 1 3 Clubs German 2 3 Physlcs 3 Latin 3 Chemistry 4 JOHN R CASSATA Sl Margaret Mary Perpetual Rosary 4 Band 14 Clubs French 3 4 Bowling JOSEPH M CIUEFINI SS Peter 81 Paul Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sary 1 3 Glee Club 4 Clubs Cardinal lNevsman Library 3 4 Sidelines 3 JAMES A CHISHOLM Immaculate Conrepizon Perpetual Rosary 24 Clubs Cardinal Newman Library 4 Stdeltnes 3 4 Astronomy 24 R to 1 3 4 LAWRENCE M CLAR Holy Famzly St Thomas Club 1 Honor Roll 2 Perpetual Rosary 24 S dality 2 4 Varsity Club 4 Var sity Football 3 4 J V Eoot ball 3 4 Mission Bouts 2 3 4 Latin 3 41" THOMAS P CICHON Sl john Etangelzst CGreereJ Honor Roll 1 Student Counul 1 Perpetual Rosary 2 Varsity Club 3 4 Varsttv Football 3 4 J V Football 2 J V as ketball 2 Varsity Baseball 3 J V Baseball 1 Freshman Football 1 DONALD J CLEERE Holy Rosary Perpetual Rosary 14 Cardinal Newman Library Club 1 ANTHONY J COCILOVA JOSEPH S COCO St Franny Xauer St Theodores Perpetual Rosary 24 Clubs Maroon and Whxte 3 Llbrary Italxan 24 Bowling 2 Club 4 Bowlmg l 2 7.-A' FRANK L COLANTONI Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary 1 3 4 L1 brary Club 3 Track 3 4 Clubs Italian 3 4 Bowlmg I --i DONALD G COOK Sl Frantz: Xauer Perpetual Rosary 2 3 Clubs Latm 4 Sxdelmes 4 '9- N-od' Fw wk 9 3 7- GATEANO E COPPOLA JOSEPH T CORDARO Our Lady of Ml Carmel Holy Apostles Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Rosary Perpetual Rosary 3 Bowlmg 1 2 4 Soclalrty 14 Clubs L brary 4 Latln 3 Chemlstry 4 Sldelmes 3 4 JAMES A CORSICA St Andrew: Honor Roll I Perpetual Ro sar 2 Clubs French 2 4 Bovslmg 1 2 3 RONALD E COURSEY St Tbomas Perpetual Rosary 4 Clubs L brary 4 Latm 4 Radxo 3 4 V7 ROBERT H CROSBY HARRX J CZLDAK St Cerzlzax Holy Gbost Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro Perpetual Rosary 13 san 2 4 Chemlstn Club 4 LEWIS D DaMORE St Pbzlzp Nerz Perpetual Rosary 24 Clubs French 3 Latxn 3 Bovslmg GERALD F DejOHN SI Stamslaus Perpetual Rosary 1 4 Clubs Library 3 4 German 3 Bowl ln 13 N --1 Qi 12, . 5 MICHAEL T. DELANEY PAUL J. DENTINGER ANTHONY A. DeROSE ROBERT E. DEUTSCH 51. 101271 Efdngfliii Si, Monira's Sl. Anlbony of Padua St. Andrews SI- Thomas Club 19 Honor R011 Perpetual Rosary 23 Sodality 2g Perpetual Rosary 5, 4g Fresh- Perpetual Rosary 1-43 Clubs: 22 PefPeIl-131 Rosary 2-43 MH- Band 2, 3. man Football. Library 33 German 5, 4g De- roon and White 4 fNews Edi- torjg Clubs: Library 5, 43 Chem- istry 4g Latin 3. bating 13 J. V. Football 2g Bowling 2-4. APN 'Q 5 441115 ,ig at .-,' -9 v-"Y QQ? '17, lx . , THOMAS L. DiCESARE Holy Family Per etual Rosa ' 1-43 Varsity P fl ' Football 3, 4g J. V. Football3 J. V. Basketball 23 Varsity Base- ball 3, 43 JI V. Baseball 23 Track lg Clubs: Varsity 3, 43 Italian 3, 4. PATRICK F. DiSTEFANO SI, Lucy Honor Roll 1-43 Maroon and White 2, 3, 4 fSports Editory Mission Bouts 43 Clubs: Italian 2-4 CPresidentJg Chemistry 43 Latin 33 Bowling l. RAYMOND E. DRY St. Charles V Football 2 V Basket J. . 3 J. . - ball 23 Varsity Football 3, 4: Track 1-43 Varsity Club Z-4. RICHARD j. DZISCKANIEC St. Stanislaus Perpetual Rosary 1-41 Sodality 53 Glee Club 43 Track 2-43 Safety Patrol 3, 43 Library Club 5, 43 Bowling 1-4. PHILIP A. EBY Surfed Henri Perpetual Rosary 5, 43 Track 1 23 Publicity Staff 43 Communij cations Committee 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Library 4g St. Luke So- ciety 2g Chemistry 4. CARL P. ELLERMAN St. Francis Xavier Perpetual Rosary 1-43 Mission Bout Committee 4. its ,ef RICHARD G, ENTRESS St. Helen BRUNO J. FALLONE Holy Rosary Mission Unit lg Perpetual Ro- Perpetual Rosary 1-43 Sodality sary 3, 43 Bowling 1-43 German 35 Arete 43 Clubs: Library 3, Club 4. 4g Italian 1-43 Latin 53 Chem- istry 43 German 4. ANTHONY J FALZONE St john the Eumgelrst Honor Roll 3 Perpetual Ro sary 24 Clubs Library 3 4 Sideline 3 Latm 3 Chemistry 4 German 4 N PAUL R. FEOLA St. Anthony of Padua Perpetual Rosary 2-4' Clubs: St. Genesius 2 3' Library 2-4' Italian 2-4' Sidelines 3 4' Bowl- l' Mission Bouts 4. DONALD R FARAONE St Augustine Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro 3 4 Clubs Italian 2 4 Laun 3 Math 4 WILLIAM F FENNESSY St Momras St Genesius 2 Clubs Debat mg 1 GEORGE P FEOLA Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary 1 4 Clubs Library 3 Sldelmes 2 4 Italian 2 Mission Bouts 3 Bowling 'if N27 Q'-f NEIL T, FERRON Our Lady o Alercy Honor Roll 1' Bowling 2-4' French Club 4. LAWRENCE FERRY St. Tbeodores Perpetual Rosary 3 4' J. V. Baseball 2' Varsity' Baseball 3 4' Clubs: Varsity' 3 4' Library' JAMES W. FINUCANE Holy Rosary Perpetual Rosary' 1-4' Glee Club 4: j. V. Basketball 2' Swimming Team 3: German Club 3' Bowl- ing 1-4. THOMAS C. FICHTNER St. Rita Honor Roll 1' Perpetual Ro- sary 1-4' Bowling 1 2' Clubs: German 3 4' Art 3 4. ROBERT P, FIORENTINO Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary' 2-4' Maroon an White 2-4' CLiterary' Edi- tor ' Bowling 1: Clubs: Library' , ,Q Latin 35 Italian 2-4: Chem- istry' . VIRGIL J. FIELDS BRIAN D. EINCCANE St. joseph St, Louis Upittsfordj Perpetual Rosary' 2-4: Mission Sodaliry 43 Bowling 4. Bouts 1, Z: Track 2, 3: Clubs: Varsity' 3: Art: Freshman Foot- ball: Cross Country. ...af .4' vff WILLIAM J FLYNN JOSEPH P FORNIERI Annunczatzon Perpetual Rosary 24 Maroon 8. XX'h1tc 2 Aqurnader 4 Clubs Cardmal Neuman L brary Club 24 Varsrty Club 4 Latm 3 Chemrstry 4 As tronomy 2 3 Track 2 4 St Franny Xztzer Perpetual Rosary 14 Arete Staff 4 Syyrmmmg 3 Clubs Italtan 24 Chemtstrx 4 Bowl mg 24 QE WILLIAM A FOX JOSEPH T FRANCASSI Sacred Heart St Brzdgets Perpetual Rosary 14 Maroon Perpetual Rosary 1 4 Sr Whtte 3 CTyp1stJ Track 1 4 Mrsston Bouts 24 Clubs Stdelme 4 Ltbrary Club 2 4 PETER P FORTE St Salome.: Perpetual Rosary 14 Sodalrty 3 4 Arete Staff 4 Clubs St Genestus 2 3 Italtan 2 Bowl mg 12 Acolyte 2 YI" rl, lb DENNIS C FOX Sacred Heart Perpetual Rosary 14 Student Counctl 14 CSecJ Sodaltty 23 Varstty Club 34 Varstty Football 34 J V Football 2 Track 12 German Club PAUL W FRANCIS Immarulate Conccphon Honor Roll 12 Perpetual Ro sary 2 Arete Staff 4 CEdttor 1nCh1efj Clubs German 23 Chemistry 4 Boyylmg 13 Lat rn 3 RONALD P FREDERICK St Theodore Perpetual Rosary 23 Clubs Chemrstry 4 St Luke Souety German 4 Lrbrary Club 24 Boyylmg 14 CPresJ DONALD L FRISONE Si Andreu Perpetual Rosary 13 Clubs Italian 2 Bowhng 2 4 f4 CHARLES j GARLAND St Anne Perpetual Rosary 4 Maroon 8: Whtte 3 4 Clubs Latrn 3 De battng 14 Ltbrary Club 2 4 fi DAVID J GAUDIERI SI Francis X111 :er Perpetual Rosary 14 Sodaltty 34 Clubs Latln 3 Phystts 3 Chess 2 Chemtstry 4 Cardmal Newman Ltbrary Club 4 7.1 ARTHUR R GAUDIO Holy Apostles Honor Roll 12 Band 14 Nils ston Bouts 34 Clubs Laun 3 German 34 Chemistry 4 M 8. W Svungsters 1 4 ROBERT C GEARS St George Perpetual Rosary 1 4 Maroon 84 XX'h1te 3 4 Varsnty Basket b 3 4 J V Basketball 2 Clubs German 3 4 I.at1n 3 GABRIEL C GFRNIAINO Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary 4 THOMAS F GOODMAN Holy Rosary Perpetual Rosary 4 French Clu 3 4 FRANCO GUARDIGNI Mofber o Sorrous Perpetual Rosary 4 Sodalxty 4 Clubs Library 4 Latm French 4 Chess 4 Italxan 4 DAVID C GRAHAM Holy Rosary Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Rosary 14 Maroon 8. Whne 3 4 Track 4 Mxsslon Bouts 2 3 4 Clubs German 3 4 Chemlstry 4 Sxdelmes 4 ROBERT D GUARINO St Ambrose Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Clubs Library 4 Chemnstry 4 Frenth 2 Sndelmes 3 Bovsltng C17 1 RICHARD N GIARRIZZO Holy Rosary Perpetual Rosary 2 3 4 Clubs Sldelmes 4 Latin 3 Chemistry 4 Itallan 4 Bowlmg 4 RICHARD T GRAHAM St Momras Perpetual Rosary 14 MISSIOD Umt 5 Glee Club 4 Sxdelme Club 3 JEFFREY C GURTLER Our Lady of Merry Honor Roll I Perpetual Rtr sary 4 Band 14 Clubs Lann 3 French 3 4 Bovylmg I 2 'Q FRANK J GIBLIIN Holy Rosary St Thomas Club 1 Honor Roll 2 3 Perpetual Rosary 4 Ma roon 8- White 3 4 Publtuty Staff 4 Clubs German 2 3 Latln 3 Csenatorj Physlcs 3 Sldellnes 3 4 Chemlstry 4 'C' RONALD GRZYMKOWSKI St Margaret Mary Perpetual Rosary 4 Debating Club 1 Rmg Commnttee 3 4 Bowlmg 2 3 MARTIN M HALL Immarulate Conceptzon Perpetual Rosary 14 LIISSIOI1 II 1 4 Glee Clu Varsnty Club 2- 4 Varsm Foot 3 X Eootba Tratk 3 4 Mnssxon Bouts 14 Q27 TINIOTHX J HART ERNON J HART St Helen s Our Lady of Perpezual Help Perpetual Rosary 14 Clubs Perpetual Rosary 24 Clubs Library 24 Boyyling 2 3 Sidelines Glee Club Bowling THOMAS R HEYRETTH Surfed Heart Perpetual Rosary 1 2 Clubs French 2 Boyyling 1 ALAIN P HOYT SI Cenlza St Thomas Club 14 Perpetual Rosary 1 j V Basketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3' J. V. Base- ball l 2' Varsity' Baseball 3 4: Clubs: Varsity" Chemistry' 4: German 4. JANIES E HERRMANN Sf Thomas Honor Roll 1 Soclalxty 1 Band 14 J V Football 2 Track 1 Debating 1 FRANCIS bf HULL Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary 4 Sodality 3 4 Latin Club 3 12' RICHARD E HARTNIAN NIICH-KEL -I HAX ES Holy Apostles Blessed Saframen! Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Nlission Perpetual Rosary 1 4 L it 7 Clubs Library 24 Bovylmg 4 fPresJ -ff L HENRX M HESS S1 johns CSpenrerporlJ Honor Roll 2 Perpetual sary 14 Maroon 8: White Aquinador 24 Debating Boyyling 13 Library Club LAXVRENCE j HLRLEX S1 Iolm Ezangelzsl CGreeceJ Perpetual Rosary 14 J V Bas ke all 1 J V Football 1 2 j. V. Baseball 1 2: Var 'ty Baseball 3 4' Varsity' Football 3 4- Sodality' 1 2- Swimming 4' Mission Bouts 3. '11 DAVID W HOFFORD S! lllargaret .Mary Perpetual Rosary 1 2 3 Track 2 Bovyling 1 BELDON J HH DE S1 Salome Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Sodality 24 Clubs Library 3 4 French 3' Chemistry' 4. 'wt 53 3 SALX ATORF IINCARDONA St Anlborzy Honor Roll 1 2 Perpetual Ro sary 24 Varsity Football 4 V Football 2 Track Clubs German 12 Italxan 4 fTreasJ Chemistry 4 DENNIS A INFANTINO St Alomcas Maroon 8. XX htte 4 Llbrary Club 2 4 Safety Patrol 24 Stdelmes Club 4 Bovnlxng 13 'Z SAMUEL J IPPOLITO XVILLIAMJ JACKSON Sf Francis Xauer Sf Ambrose Perpetual Rosary 1 Clubs Ital Perpetual Rosary 24 Bovslmg ran 1 C emnstry 4 Bovslmg PAUL J JANKOWIAK St Slamxlaus Honor Roll 1 Sodallty 4 Per petual Rosary 14 Varsxty Club 3 4 Track 3 4 Clubs German Chemnstry 4 Llbrary Club 2 4 Slcleltnes Club 3 BOWl1Hg 3 JAMES s KELTZ Sacred Heart Perpetual Rosary 1 4 in PAUL R JASON Sl Stanislaus Perpetual Rosary 14 Bovylmg 14 Ring Committee 4 JAMES J KESSELRING St james MISSIOD Bouts 34 Cheerleader 2 4 CCapJ Bovslnng 3 4 Clubs Latm 3 French 34 ...fl f "."'r':' I ! 6':l"'l f -.7 ROBERT B KAPITAN Sl Iosephat Perpetual Rosary 2 Cardinal 'Nlevsman Club 24 Bovslmg 3 Clubs Art 2 Chess Red Cross Lmt 4 CRepj DAVID F KISZKISS St Cecxlxa Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sary 34 Mlsston Bouts 4 Cheerleader 3 Clubs Latm 3 St Lukes Soclety 2 Ltbrary Club 4 "P MICHAEL A KASPER St Salome Honor Roll 1 Arete Staff 4 Bowltng 12 Clubs Latm 3 Debatxng 14 CSecJ Band 14 CD1rector of Social Affausj GARY A KLEIN Si Thomarx L4 MISSION Vwtiie 4 Baiketball Perpetual Um: tl Varsn Club 2 Sw mmmg Q59 FWZ Q.. RAYMOND T KLIM St Thomas Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Maroon and White 4 Bowling 1 2 JAMES A KOLB Holy Rosary Perpetual Rosary 4 Band l 2 Bowling 4 Clubs Latin 3 German 4 Chemistry 4 Side lines 4 16 DAVID M KOLCHLK Mother of Sorrows Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Track 2 Clubs Astronomy 24 Art 4 Spanish 4 JOSEPH G KOINDORF Sacred Heart Perpetual Rosary 14 Maroon and White 1 Track 24 Fresh man Football Bowling 1 Clubs Library 24 St Lukes Society 2 Chemistry 4 qs-1 Y?-S" BOHDAM KRAMARCHUCK St. Iosephat Perpetual Rosary 2' Clubs: St. Lukes Society 2' German 3 4 Chemistry 4.. GERALD H. KUHNER Immarulate Conception Perpetual Rosary l-4' Track 1' Bowling 1-4. JAMES E KRAUS Sl. Stanislaus Perpetual Rosary 1 2 4' J, V. Football 2' Varsity Football 3' Track 2-4' Mission Bouts 1' Debating 1' Freshman Football JON D. KUPPINGER Sacred Heart St. Thomas Club 1' Perpetual Rosary 4' Band 1-4 CSectional Leaderj' St. Genesius 3 4' J. V. Football 1' J, V. Baseball I 2' Varsity Baseball 3 4' Clubs: Library 2-4' St. Lukes Society 2' German Club 4' Chess 3' Swingsters 1-4. QQ GERALD M KRYK Sl. Stanislaus Band 1-3 fLibrarianJ. DAVID F. LAWLOR St. Iobns Spencerport Mission Unit 1' Aquinader 4 Clubs: Library 2' German 3 4' Debating 1-4 fTreasurerJ. -4 . if GERALD W KU!-IN SI. Mzcbael Perpetual Rosary 1-4' Sodality 1-4' Band 1-4- Swingsters 3. FREDRICK P. LAWRENCE St. Thomas Perpetual Rosary 4' Glee Club 4' Bowling l-3. "?' 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JOSEPH A LLCAS Sarred Heart Perpetual Rosary 14 Mlssxon Umt 1 Varstty Football 34 Varsxty Baseball 4 Svummtng 4 Clubs Varstty Club 4 Ger man Club 34 Chemxstry Club 4 Bowlmg 1 V3 DANIEL R LYND Sl Theodore Perpetual Rosary 14 Student Councll 3 4 Sodallty 1 4 CSecD Band 1 Varsxty Football 3 Varsxty Baseball 24 J V Football 2 Pubhcnty Staff 4 Mxssnon Umt 3 inf' JOSEPH P MAIORANA St Frantz: Xavier Perpetual Rosary 14 Band 1 Italian Club 2 4 Latin 4 'cf FRANCIS J MANDERY St Charles Borromeo Perpetual Rosary 14, Sodalm , Track 2. Clubs Chemxstry 4, German 3 fi ,ff MICHAEL F NIAKSYDICIW Sl Stumslaus Perpetual Rosary 24 Mlsslon Bouts 4 CNIanagerj Stdelme Club 3 .,,pv JOSFPH M NIANTZO Si Lury 5 Perpetual Rosary l 3, I V Bas e all 2 V Baseball Clubs Italian 2 4 Bowlmg 1 3 yr H I -1 ,V . 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RALPH E INILKININEX S! folm tht Ezrmgtlzsi Gperzrerportj Perpetual Rosary 7 4 Sodalxty 4 Lxbrary Club 7 4 byummmg 4 Btlvkllflgl 7 KENNETH L MASI Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Bowl 1 1 3 DANIEL N MAXWELL Our Lady of Good Counsel Perpetual Rosary 14 Maroon Wh1te 1 Pllblltllj Staff 1 2 Stdelmes Club 3 4 fl X-ef""' KERRY MCDONALD St Brzdget Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sary 1 2 Clubs Lxbrary 3 4 French 3 4 Chess 2 3 CPresJ RONALD J McNULTY Our Mother of Sorrous Perpetual Rosary 14 WILLIAM MCGEE St Margaret Mary Clubs Lnbrary 4 French 4 Bovylmg -IANIES H MCVEIGH St james Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Varstty Football 5 4 CManagerJ Clubs Varsity 4 Italxan 4 GEORGE W MEEK Sacred Hear! 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St Augusinzf Perpetual Rosary 14 Track 2 Perpetual Rosary 4 Nitssion Bouts 2 4 JOSEPH J MUNIZ Holy Ghosl Perpetual Rosary 14 Library Club 2 4 Bovylmgl 2 THOMAS E OGRADX Holy Cross Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sa l 2 4 Sodaltty 2 "T ADAM J MUTOLO Sl Stanislaus Perpetual Rosary 14 Clubs Ltbrary 4 Latin 5 Chemistry RICHARD J OLAS Our Lady of lilerty Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro y 14 Mission Lntt 2 Nlaroon 8: W'h1te 4 Varsity Bsketball 3 4 J V Basket ball 2 Clubs Referee 14 Side lines Bovylmg 1 wgfnigig rm tl ROBERT A NOESSNER St Margaret Mary Perpetual Rosary 24 German Club 3 4 PATRICK J OMARA St james Perpetual Rosary 14 Art Club 4 Boyxlingl 2 3 ir' f WALTER G NORTON St Charles Borromeo Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sary 14 Maroon 8: White 4 Clubs Library 3 German Chemistry 4 Stdeltnes 3 VINCENT D ORTOLANI Sf Francis Xauer Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro s ry 2 4 Sodality 3 4 Italt n Club 2 Bowling 1 2 31 -C-1' QFD? LLKE G PERROINE SS Peter and Paul Perpetual Rosary 14 St Lukes Society 2 Clubs Latin 3 L bran 3 4 DAVID C PERRY St Salome Honor Roll l 2 Perpetual Ro sary 2 4 Mission Ln1t4 CPresJ Niaroon 8: White 24 Aqurn ader 3 4 Clubs Library 24 French 3 Latin 3 CQuaestorJ Debate 14 fPresJ RICHARD S PALLMBO Holy Apostles Wlission Lmt 1 Perpetual Ro sary 14 Boulingl 2 Clubs Library 2 3 German 3 Side lines 3 4 43 '41 DOLGLAS XV PELINO St lllonzra Honor Roll 1 Mission Lmt 2 4 Perpetual Rosary I4 o dality 14 Nlaroon 81 White 3 4 J V Basketball 2 French Club 3 4 fV1C6 Presb i xii 'VD JOHN R PICKERING St Charles Perpetual Rosary 14 Varsity Baseball 3 4 Bowling 14 Clubs Varsity 3 4 Referee 2 Chemistry 4 GREGORY F PRYHODA St Pbrlxp Nerr Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Sodalrty 4 Varsity Football CMgr.j Track 3 4 fMgr.J' Clubs: Li- brary 3' Varsity 4' Radio ' Sidelines 3. ERNEST E PINK Mother of Sorrows Perpetual Rosary 14 Bowling 14 Railroad Club 1 ANTHONY J PULVINO St Ambrose Honor Roll l Perpetual Ro sa 1-4 Bowling 1 2 Clubs: St. Genesius 3' Italian 3' Sidelines 4, If ROBERTJ POLITO St Andrew Perpetual Rosary 14 J V Football 2 Track 2 Mission Bouts 3 Bowling 3 4 RICHARD A RAUNER Our Lady of Perpetual Help St Thomas Club 1 2 Perpetual Rosary 14 Bowling 1 2 Clubs: German 4' Chemistry' 4' Mathematics 4' Physics 3' Lat- in 3. Helm? PATRICK T POWDERLY Holy Rosary Perpetual Rosary 14 Maroon 84 White 4 Clubs Latin 3 Sidelines 3 ROBERT R REFERMAT St Stamslaus Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Clubs St Genesius 3 Library 3. xi '23 I DAVID J REI-IBERG RICHARD A REIF St John fGreereD St Cenlza Perpetual Rosary 14 Varsity Perpetual Rosary 4 Bowling 4 Basketball 3 4 fMgrj I Fi THOMAS J. RITZ Sacred Heart Perpetual Rosary 4' Band 1-4' . V. Baseball 2' Track 4' Li- brary Club 3 4. JAMES V. ROSSI Holy Family Perpetual Rosary 1-4' Mission Bouts 3 4' Clubs: Italian 4' Sidelines 3 4. Y ALBERT A REMEIKIS Our Lady of Merry Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sary 24 J V Football 2 Var sity Football 3 Bowling 1 Track I 2 Clubs German 2 Physics 3 Chemistry 4 Xt' GEORGIVE. ROCKWELL . Charles Borromeo Honor Roll 1' Perpetual Ro- sary 3 4- Arete 4 CLiterary Editorj' Bowling 1-4' Golf 1' Clubs: Spanish 4' Chess 1' Chemistry 4' Debating 1-4. FRANK S. RUSSO St. Franrix Xavier Perpetual Rosary 1' Bowling 4' Library Club 4. fi 4-05 I -ffl 21. ug, . l N .Q 'WP THOMAS D. ROGERS Mother of Sorrows Perpetual Rosary 2-4' Sodality 3 4' J. V. Baseball 2' Varsity Baseball 4' Publicity Staff 4- Clubsz Library 3 4' Chemistry 4' German 3. WILLIAM J. RYBAK SI. Iosaphat Honor Roll 1' Bowling 1 3 Clubs: Library 2-4' Sidelines 3' Chess 3. 117' 1 I A K PAUL A RITACCO Mother of Sorrows Student Council 4 Perpetual Rosary 14 Mission Unit 4 fV1cePresJ Maroon 8 White 3 Aqumader 4 fAsst Editorj J V Baseball 3 fMgrj Clubs Library 3 4 German 3 4 Radio 1 3 4 fPresj az? ANTHONY A. ROSSI St. Anthony of Padua Honor Roll 1' Perpetual Rosary 1' J, V. Football 2' Varsity Football 3 4- Track 1-4' Mis- sion Bouts 3' Clubs: Varsity 3 4- Italian 2'3. JEROME A. SANTELLI St, Charles Borromeo Bowling 1-4' Clubs: Library' 3 4' Sidelines 4' Italian 2. 'It-nr Tv ff DAVID M SATTER St Charles Borromeo Perpetual Rosary 2 Varsity Baseball 4 J V Baseball 2 Bowling 2 4 4? J WILLIAM J SCAHILL S! Andrea Perpetual Rosars 14 Band I 2 St Lukes Society 2 Clubs Library 2 4 Latin 3 x,. ROBERT F. SCHNEIDER Holy Rosary Honor Roll 1' Arete 4' Clubs: Library 4' Chemistry 4. JOHN F. SHANNON Sarred Heart Perpetual Rosary 2-4: Clubs: French 3: Library 2-4. GERALD A. SCIARABBA MI. Carmel Perpetual Rosary 1-4' Sodality 2' Mission Bouts 1. PETER W. SHAUGHNESSY St. Iolan Greece St. Thomas Club I' Honor Roll 2: Perpetual Rosary 3, 43 Stu- dent Council l, 4: Mission Unit 4: Sodality 2-41 Aquinacler 4. Uiditorjg J. V. Basketball 2: AI. V. Football 2: Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4: Track 1-4: Clubs: German 4: Varsity 3, 4. A DAVID SCHALK St Iolm Spenrerpor! Perpetual Rosary 1 Clubs L1 brary 24 German 3 4 JANIES 'NI SCHERNIERHORN 51 Charles Borromeo Perpetual Rosary 14 Sodalits 1 Nlission Boutsl Clubs Li brarx 4 Acolste 1 Sidelines 4 German 4 Latin 3 ,rf '26- v"'? T' ROMAN A. SEDLICKAS St. George Perpetual Rosary 3 4' Maroon St White 3 4 fFeature Editorj' II. V. Football 2' Track 2 3' Clubs: German 3 4' Chemistry 4' Physics 3. TERRENCE M. SHAW Our Lady of Good Counsel Perpetual Rosary 4: Sodality 41 Bowling 4: Chess Club 4. M' PAUL J. SERAFIN SI. Stanislaus Honor Roll 1' Perpetual Ro- sa 3 4' Sodality 4' Cross Country 4' Bowling 1 3' Clubs: Library 3 4' Chemistry 4' Ger- man 4' Sidelines 3' Track 3 4. JAMES E. SHEFLIN Sl. Mirbael Perpetual Rosary 1-4: Clubs: Library 2: Art 43 German 4. 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PETER R STAHL St Iolm CGreereJ Honor Roll 1 2 Student Coun 2 CVICC Presj Per petual Rosary 1 2 4 Sodallty 1 4 cV1C8 Prefl MISSIOD Unit 3 4 Maroon 8: Whlte 4 Var stty Football 3 4 J V Foot ball 2 J V Baseball 1 2 Var stty Baseball 5 4 Clubs Ger man 3 Varslty 4 ANTHONY J TARONI Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary 4 J Football 2 Bovslmg 5 Clubs Latin 3 Chemlstry 4 DONALD R STO'I'f Holy Famzly Perpetual Rosary 1 2 4 L1 brary Club 2 3 Bowltng 1 JOHN H TAYLOR Si Salome Honor Roll 1 2 Perpetual Ro sary 24 Clubs Library 24 Latrn 3 German 4 1' N. ROBERT V THOMPSON St Helen Perpetual Rosary 1 3 4 So xty 2 3 4 Bowlxng 1 Rlng Commxttee 4 Safety Pa tr 4 Clubs Library 2 4 Spamsh 4 Sldelxnes 3 Chem lstry 4 ,din 3 WILLIAM S THOMPSOIN St Helen H nor Roll 1 2 Band 14 CV1ce Presxdent and Drum Ma lorj Bovylxng 14 Clubs L brary 14 fPI'CSldCflID German Club 3 Y ,Q iz' -0-Z' x 5454? Qc LEO W TRICKEY .St john Ezangelxst Perpetual Rosary 24 Band 1 Track 3 Clubs Srdeltnes 3 4 Chemtstry 4 Referee 4 DONALD j VENTURA St fame: Perpetual Rosary 14 Band 14 :wtf RICHARD J TUSCHONG Si Mfcbael Perpetual Rosary 14 Sodalnty 3 j V Football 2 j V Base ball 1 Varsxty Baseball 24 Clubs Varsxty 24 German Club 4 ROBERT F VIEAU Sacred Heart Honor Roll 1 Band 14 Foot ball Manager 14 Clubs S Genesnus 3 Lxbrary 24 Var s1ty 4 French 4 'Ui 15" RICHARD F TOMASSC MICHAEL A TRIASSI Sl Theodore St Frantz: of Assn: Honor Roll 1 2 4 Perpetual Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Bovslmg Rosary 1 2 4 Lat1n Club 3 3 Clubs Lxbrary 3 Laun 3 9-X 1.1 PAUL A VALVANO Holy Famxly Honor Roll I 2 Perpetual Ro sary 14 Maroon and White 3 4 flidxtor 1n Chlefj Latln Club 3 DAVID R VELTZ Sl Theodore Perpetual Rosary 24 MISSIOH Bouts 4 Football Chemistry 4 Safety Patrol 24 CCapta1nj Track 4 Freshman Clubs Library 4 T? "Nr I 4-A DAVID E VOGT JAMES P WARD St Charles St Iobn Spenrerport Perpetual Rosary 2 4 Bowl Perpetual Rosary l 4 Frenth I Club 3 4 1-4' 7 rx'-1 Q ff- nr sf! ' ' li I Q.-1 4 U, I Ari- Q Q. , " 'cfjlfgli L ' A 1 Lf-at ' . Y t ',.,:- 0' 4,4 - ,,-9 .'v5," dffl',,.9 ,241 u 5 . 9 2 'L - : ' - 4 ' - 2 1 1- ol' 3 : ' ' - g ' - ' 3 f h -A fy ,V A y I Y P... A I ,- H fr Z, in Q s,,s ttfl g . --gf - 414, 2 ' ,yn .. 4, 99 !f5.,f,f,, 'V ., 77 ' V' sigh If ' ls f ' ' -3 '. :I . f t I ' E ' 9 ' I I 1 I . ' Y ' I . . 2g '. g : , 9 . . I 3 . . - ' .3 l . ', .1 ' 1 ' 1 I I I. ,I - 5 I 1 t. ' Cv . f' X ing , 3. I I ., - I I I , 3 39 KENNETH G WEIDVER St Margaret Mary Perpetual Rosary 3 4 Band 24 Svnngsters 3 Raxlroad Club l GARH M XVENGLOWSKI St Iobnx CGreeceJ St Thomas Clubl 2 Perpetua Rosary 3 4 Student Councll 4 CPresj Nlaroon 8 Whlte 3 4 Clubs Latm 3 German 2 Physlcs 3 CSecJ Astronomy 2 Debatmg 14 KVICE Presj Ora torncals 3 Teen Scene Reporte ng-wp ROBERT J WILLIAMS Si Iolms fGreeceJ Honor Roll 1 Clubs Model Raxlroad I 2 Stamp 3 THOMAS W YEHL Holy Apostles Perpetual Rosary 1 4 Track 1 4 Clubs Library 24 Varslty 4 Latxn 3 Bxology 2 Chemnstry 4 Acolyte 4 Chess 2 UV' 'Nu- ??'W 2553 S -L. ROGER N WOLF Holy Rosary Honor Roll 2 Perpetual o sary 2 4 German Club 3 ANTHONY J YUODSNUKIS St Ceczlza Honor Roll 1 Perpetual Ro sary 14 Mlsston Bouts fR1ng Commxtteej 4 Safety Patrol 4 Clubs Cardinal Nevsman L1 brary 2 Itallan 4 QP'-Y T' JAMES F WHITNEY Blessed Sacrament Perpetual Rosary 24 Varsity Club 3 4 Varslty Football 3 J V Football 1 2 Track 1 2 'T DALE J WURZER Holy Family Perpetual Rosary 24 Clubs Library 2 3 Referees 4 RAYMOND J ZAVIBROSKI S! Cecilia Perpetual Rosary 14 Track 3 4 Cheerleading 2 3 4 Clubs Library 4 Varsm 4 German 4 Bovsllng 1 Cheerleader 24 4:51 MICHAEL J WILLIAMS Corpus Chnstz Honor Roll 1 Perpetual R0 sary 1 3 Bowlmgl af W? RALPH H YAHN St james Honor Roll 1 Perpetual sary 14 Mxssxon Unit 4 So daltty 3 4 Aquxnader 4 Var stty Football 1 Varsity Basket ball 3 4 J V Basketball 2 Track 14 Clubs Varsity 24 German 3 4 JAMES W ZIELINSKI St Stamslaus Perpetual Rosary 14 Maroon 6: White 2 3 Arete 4 Vars1ty Football 3 4 J V Football 2 Svummmg 2 3 Track 4 Mrs snon Bouts CTramerj 4 Safety Patrol 4 Freshman Football Clubs Llbrary 24 Varslty 3 Y? . ' , : - , 1 1 . - 2 A ' , 2 1 : : ' . J V 3 2 L 5 - r ' JV ,sg 1, .. Rizgf' , ,ffsfff ' g 6 Q I ' X 1 - I v , : ' : ' , : . . . , Q , . 4 5 Lf" 3,1 515, ,if ,K , 1 .K ' ' . . ,., -' . .' 1. F j I.: 3, fill-,.?1",1 ' , 7 "p .za fav,.f.v-Q-aww .- -1 Q ' ' . , ' g : 5 R - ' - 1 1 : R0- - , , - , , . ' V , . ' . - ' , 1 : - I Y Q I - , , Q . . . 3 I . , . . . . L . ' - 5 ' - : : - ' - : ,, - : 5 ' '5 ' 3 ' '3 3 , ., 1 I , 3 3 ' I .' 2 ' 1 ' : ' : Q : ,, 2 . . 1 z ' ' 5 . 1 ' - 1 ' z - . ' , 1 1 - 1 . 1 ' : : . ' - . ' V .W G X . . l -- t X l . ,.', . X I Sf.. , ., .4 -A I! ' s , li- 'Ka Fr Sheehan John F usher Nl W" webinar Q f or-umm The Last Supper by Tentoretto, copy after XVI Century. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 1907. While the catacombs were primarily places of buriali from the earliest times the faithful assembled in them to celebrate the Eucharistic Sacrifice. With so much secrecy was this mystery guarded that it was revealed to the catachumens only after long preparation and testing of sincerity. To express this profound mystery the early church used symbols, a fish to represent Christ and loaves of bread and a vial of wine to indicate the Holy Eucharist. DERCLHSS 0 '9 0' 'X 4545.6 CONTENTS Student Government Underclass Representatives page 44 juniors Homerooms and Moderators page 45-52 Sophomore Homerooms and Moderators page 53-6l Freshmen Homerooms and Moderators page 62-71 Jw, Z L as My il, X ci. 1- f? 1' .W , ,, ' hx 1. 5 4, gk wg' 1" If 'r gf S, fi ' A . in V Q i L. .1 v 5352 WFUM. ff A . 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CSB. f 4, gp I Bark Rau: David Currie, Gary Gardner, james Heir, Robert Huber, Richard Niver, james Engle-rt, Philip Roy, Peter Mierus, Ronald Anderson, Thomas Ryan, Charles Manzella, Charles Leonard, XY'illiam Predmore, Robert Sthleelein, Louis Ferrigno. Third Roux' Michael Shea, Ronald Rontone, Franklin Communale, Michael Carroll, George Reynolds, Brain Glennon, Arthur Miller, Charles McCollester, Thomas Miller, Mithael Bratci, Gerald Brophy, Gary Stein, john Lloyd. Scroml Rau: Rithard Vieau, Richard Vallonc, Robert Kleehammer, Michael Yeager, Peter Partillo, james Kane, lohn Toscano, Gary Benjamin, john XY'ehner. Front Roux Andre I.:1Rothclle, james Quirk, XY'illi:1m Frankenhergcr, Daniel Donahue. . ,- 4 7 f rx TQ i k' " . ls A 219 Q Bark Row: Edward Powderly, David Dudley, Gerard Schaeffer, Charles Yawman, Donald Cerra, james Schwartzott, David Frost, Blaine French, George Foos, Terrence Flynn, Thomas Van- Strydonck, john Adams, Guido Blaakmar. Tbird Roux' Richard Fratta, james Anderson, Greg- ory Conchelos, Edward Kramer, Anthony Spada, Robert Bryson, joseph Hamberger, Augustine joudvalkis, Robert Hendel, Frank DiBernedetto, Willianm Ims. Second Roux' William Kelliher, Louis Bartholomay, john North, james Taylor, Thomas Monagan, Brain Martin, Glen Grassl, First Roux- john XVesline, Chester Wfaver, Eugene Laneri, Gary Colombo, Guy D'Ambrosia, Louis Lippa, james Stilson, Benjamine Campelli. 105 CLASS OF 1962 "Zi Mr. Dennis K. Murphy English Public Speaking .1 Barb Rouy' james Vazzana, Patrick Conheady, Edward Alco, james McGinnis, Albert juske, Edward Lanigan, Michael Thomas, Stephen Chamberlain, Thomas Kelly, Daniel Buczek, Franz Kraus, George Monxesano, Edward Boehm, XY'illiam Dietrich, john Hanrahan. Third Roux' Stephen Adam, Timothy Flynn, Robert Ernst, Timothy Welsh, john Froehler, Samuel Cappellino, joseph Argenlo, Paul Sciortino, Michael Specksgoor, Louis Tomasso, joseph Mania. Second Roux Robert Golisano, XY'illiam Schaefer, Michael Mammano, Frederick Romano, Michael Hendrix, Patrick Prota, Gerald Issac, Gerald Yazback. First Roux' Thomas Becker, Vim D'Abi-osio, Louis Nom, Thomas Speares. .,a.u. uf. Richard j, Allard. CSB. f f1r'1,vt1.1r1 Doctrzm 1:11 rlflv 54 13... Bark Roux' john Barnas, john Harrington, George Davin, Gary Young, William Beckman, john Wenthe, james Chatterton, john Foley, Harry Haefele, Daniel Isabella, David Carey, XVilliam Mayer. Third Roux' George Pawlik, john Connelly, Peter Krickmire, Michael LeFleur, Michael Kehoe, Richard Faust, Anthony Schifano, james McCabe, Michael Quinn, Michael Kachnykewch. Second Rau: Thomas Verzillo, Donald O'Brien, james Stacy, joseph DiMaria, George Vertimglia, Robert Froehler, joseph Ruffino. Firsl Roux' Ronald Tette, Donals Hoffend, Timothy Boland, john Kerhaert, George Mack, Paul Arioli, Thomas Tosti. Absmfx David Agostinelli, jeffrey Morrow, Robert Seidewand. OF 1962 Q ff Fr. james F. Cross, C.S.B Christian Doctrine Biology Bark Rau joseph Fornataro Donald Istwan james Defendorf Andrevs Spxess Phxllp Wresner john Rxley Carl Aqullrna Rxchard Bolger Gerald Gears james Hofmann john McGowan Peter Consol Edward Fennesss Third Rou Martm Russer lN1cholas Shrcker Douglas Kane Rrchard Sxrcu Charle Cartenuto Daud Alma Arthur Bonsrgnore Edvard w7lll13m5 Ronald Ventura Robert Doyle Charles Tufano Second Rou Carmxne Pelmo Frank Zampatorxe john Attmasl Robert LaPlaca Leonard Lecesse Nlnthael Dhlartnno jon Hollenbach Kenneth SOSCIH F1rxtRou Ronald Oesthsle Cahal Magee Harold Kermls Donald Nlurphx lxenneth Bello Raxmond Chxmento 56 '3'?fL?' r Vsnllxam F Lee CSB Clfnxtmn Docrrnn Nlallu mann ' Y , ' ffl 2, 14' J a 1 s s 9 ,UE Vwkifl 'll AA' . V . lgriflafi 'il , , , , . - ' s 1 1 v -L 7 2 7. ,. . . -f 1 1 9 s 1 1 - ' . A ' A , , , s 1 Q 1 ,lv w S M , ,. , . . . fx Fr j Leonard Cullen C S B Cbrzxtmn Doclrme r Barb Rau Rlnhard Degus Oleh Chornenky Wrllxam Contetstablle james Niahar Niuhael Kamfraz Paul Sghlauer Robert Oldfreld Robert Trox john Wfetzel Lours Fox Ronald Krrshan Tbzrd Rou Richard Azzerone Nnnholas Cyermano Desmond 'Niurray Ruhard Hases Whllram Rae A drew Boxd Terreme Krug Danrel Fnhtner Scfond Rou Wlllram Shannon Rcberr Russer Thomas Cassano Robert D1Palma Nirchael MLGram joseph Xrrgo Front Rau Eduard Lefler Robert Berg Richard Ranalettl 57 ' l" h ' 7 'V 3 A 3 A 1 . K F! I - Q ! .9 9 V- ' x y .- V-' .Q I ' s I Y 7 l A R Y . 7 V' .. . ' ' ,Y - - , , - R 1 , A t Barb Rau Rob rt Haughvxour Ruhard Z1mmer john Suffler Frank Klem Fdmund Calxaruso Frank Bader james Perry E Gerald Frank Gan Kmppenbarher Thomas OLearx Benm Clark Thomas Heals Samuel Buonaugurlo Third Rau Donald lNeary Muhael Sheehan Garx Braunh Damel Whssman lames Lanmgan Elmer Tusahong Daud Smith Gerard Prabst john jankovslak XV1ll1am Mechem Paul Dolan Wnllnam Kaufman Serond Rau Gordon Deune Peter Casarrelln Roberr Rue joseph Amato Donald Vxsconte james Cosmas Nlarxo IDClYCCLl'l10 Daniel Van Zellan Mlchael Beurmann Fran! Rau Ruhard Boykin Phllxp Mancml Leonard Cmeslmskx Robert Paine CL SS ' ' 1 1 1 s A 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1' .v . 1 .9 - ' 1 1 . 1 1. 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 ' - 1 1 , . Bark Rau Gary Ames james Heffer Roy Vxtale john Olner Gerald Cattamnse Tnmothy LaBor1e George Lxnk Lavsrente lost Dannel Carroll Ronald Sassone Fd ward Dowejko Russ ll Vallone james Suess Kenneth Phexlshlfter Tbzrd Rau Thomas Merltt Louis Bleak R1 bert Hovue john Kaxanaugh Norman Tantk Rtthard mgton james Hollaert Second Rau Dan1elKublnk Richard 7nmmerman Gerard Fmks john Andrus james lxester Phlllp Hoyt George Loxeland Patrntk Farren john Cammarata Frrst Rau Francxs Cauamxse XY'nllram P1etuth Charles Shem ood Thomas Wnuck .gl Nlr joseph A Qu1nn CS B Cbrxslrarz Dorlrme Englrsb 0F 1962 Q 4: . . - , v , V U , . A V , 'S . , ' 9 7 V 1 3 D S ' - V , ' Q ' ' ' ' .. . ' . R 5 . ' . ' ' . ' I .7 l 1 I 7- V 7 ,I 9 A . 1 1 S Creek, Cornelrus Schmitt, Dennns Noble, Alphonse Cnlano, Iames Smith, Peter Lock- . Q , I . I: . . , 1 A . , ' J 2 . V . . . ' ' ' ' . '.' " , ' ' , , C K , u ll Q A - - ' s - - Nlr llanxel I Doran Nl :ilu m :Hrs C lnnzntn Back Rau Randall Pacek Danrel Rehberg Gerald Dobbertln james Schlonskx Stephen Bleau Nllrhael Thompson Robert Bmdert Bernard Coffex John Frederlrk Wllllam Broun Thomas Gmelln Norman 'Nietnnger Anthonx Barbaro Third Rau Robert Ta bor Salxator Cammarara Thomas Warren Brure lxolb Flosd Schulmxrnk Bernard D exel Fred Srutsman Ronald Shurgo james lxolb Stephen Jos Lame Fuller Ronald Nngro Swami Rau john Nlalrhaner Ronald Dengal Vsxllram VanAllen Leon Savuko loseph Demnger Terreme lxeegan Rnhard Huber Daniel Lepore Frrxl Rau Davrd Flsher Robert Pcau Gerald Culhane Charles Helberg john Pnke Franus WITHIN! Daxnd franc fwfo CL SS 60 g-:1.4.c Ax5 iv Barb Rau Robert Helget Rxthard Podsradlo Daud Lentz Arthur Zazzaro Thomas Sthwartz NI1thaelGaugel Raxmord Flsnn Mlchael Fredentlts joseph Grelner Edward 'Nlmer Ph1l1p Amantxa Lavsrente Brule Domxmt Campagna Fred Curran Tbzrd Rau Gary Page Fugene Huss Denms Sadler Gerald VanShrxdonck Ronald Smger john Nlulosl Danlel OBrien Xvllllam Barry lohn Maley Edward Kazlovsski Raymond Sullnan Strand Rau George Shultz james Vat rman Samuel Amnco Edvard Drrstoll Norbert Keller Frank Blnsatk james Sthaefer Robert Rxenholtz Alfred latobs Fzrxt Rau Damel judd john Cawalaro Douglas Collmge Wllllam w,3ICfm3U Cbrutmn Docfnne OF 1962 Obe, 61 General Sczenre Hzxiary ' m it u 916: ,Q Wm-1. X K , new A 1 eh I , 5 V. x If X . '55, Q Q X H I in-ii 3 1 9 - . 5 A N 5 ' ,QQ ' E F g N LA H 1,44 X9 IQ l l' 3? ? ef i Wi ,fig ff',"n FEI WJ' ee f A ijzlflxf' Ml -33-94' K, gif' '- is ,il x I 'jg' E WS Bark Rou Lawreme LoNIagl1o Daxid Barnes james Arieno Peter Bogdan Leonard Tiefel Alexander Tyshosnytsky, Martin Cook, Iames Paduthovsky, Leo Hand, lxeun Deltour, Thomas Cimino. From Roux' john Kelly, Gerald Yeager, james Link, Daniel Ifhmann, Richard Schwen- zer, Thomas Lee, Thomas Cappello, 302 Buck Raw: Ronald Muir, Mark Fenncssy, john jeffery, XX'illiam Griffin, lirnest Bet-chey, Val- entine Malafeew, joseph McVeigh, Frank Nlastrotlonato, Rohert Neary, Michael Ostrander, Anthony Agostinelli, Vincent Virgo, Frank Paxia. lfroni Roux' Rithard Roth, Thomas Scahill, Robert Kraus, XX'illiam Francke, David Barham, Steven Raimondi, Rohert XY'erth, Edward Howie. n . K5 'A . EF M Y s I f ? xx E 5 if .,, wa ., 1 N- ' .. FMU i lr vb -7 fy 'gf W? 9 'Ai , ' 1 , gi, Im' ' - 6 hi A F K Y ' N J Q, , a i X .t F23 ' g If .3 V v Q.. 59. N53 5 LH ,. t J, U 'S A . X 45 gi ' l -P in 4' . 2 I .V 1 Q Q I VM I ? "' 5 A N. A Q ' ' 'x 1 92, -" QV' 555,53 N! 5, x L 1, 'F 1,5 Bark Roux' George Doble, Roger VanCheri, Terrence Young, Raymond Kowalski, Timothy XX'alsh, james Murphy, Donald Flaig, Mark Dentinger, Thomas Aman, Kenneth XX'iemer, Ed- ward Russo. Front Roux' Douglas Shults, Angelo Marrone, Thomas Storin, john Roach, Tim- othy Clar, Richard Hall, Richard Culmone. 30 Bark Roux' Robert Aulenbacher, Robert Bierhrauer Charles XVeinmann, Daniel Barrows, Roger Kamp, Timothy O'Connell, Arthur McCarthy, Richard Shcnkcl, Frank Pizzo, Gilbert Burg- master, Robert Hartz. Ifronl Roux' Daxid Lenzo, David Measday, jay Lundberg, john Palmeri, joseph Tomasella, Alessio livangelesta, Terrence Hutchinson. Fr. Charles E. Lynch, C.S.B Christian Dortrinc Citizenship Education Matbemalirs t-X XJ aft., f. fs v ight gy H95 ,I in R hl W I g 1 N- ' x X " - 'k A ,, . 'aw M '1?"1Q:':J A E f Ni 156 N ' i 'Tl I S-. 5, -'WXJ' Ml 'f '3 4 Back Roux' Gary Pilittere, joseph Esposito, john Cianfoni, jeifery Gottschalk, Dennis Francis Richard Callaghan, john Mtiiee, XVayne Kaler, Thomas Trotta. Front Roux' Douglas Potter: joseph Davis, David Ross, Ronald DuBois, Louis Battaglia, james Nowicki. OF 1963 311 Barb Roux' Vernon Iuppa, joseph DiLella, XVilliam Marks, August Holderer, William Bader, Lee Zukoski, Victor Mrzywka, john O'Shaughnessy, james Mysliwiec, Richard VandenBrul, Louis Blandino. Fronl Roux' XY'illiam Sigel, james Kesselring, Peter Wfambach, Charles Coyle, Richard Lynch, Christopher Sadler, Charles DiCecco. filgll ,fv- Mr. Donald Pandina English Q, , ,F 34 , 5 5 gn- 13' t 1 'P J-Q gfir, ,,,Z, 23' 147 12" Eg 'lx-1 X Q X Q 4 f A lf 1' 'S Af 1, A. ' W -aim 'E '5552 , 5, . xg Z, 4 v Q in 3' A sf. .3 9. al, ' 34: , c , H ff N ' . A ' ,., ,3.x,,1 f-'Yfif .79-sf ,,, , N 12 ...,.1 .v 1,2 N, - ., '0- - ve' mm, N, ' M KW The Carrying of the Cross by Jerome Bosch Royal Museum of Art, Belgiuf. A true Catho1ic's life is not easy. However, there should be no sign of rancor or revenge, but rather there should be sweetness and nobility. This comes from a sureness of ultimate victory and union with jesus Christ, Our Lord. Among the early Christians the crown of thorns was de- picted as a garland of honor rather than an instrument of pain and hu- DEDHRT miliation. Religion page 74 Mathematics page 75 English page 76 Languages page 77-78 History page 79 i E CONTENTS Sciences page 80 Business page 81 Library, Art page 82 Health page 83 Music Organizations page 84-87 2 4 C.. 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Qi' r ' . 2 1 g Q ff A 11, 'f .. 5 V 7 H' 'm -, .119 . gy 4 H' ' - QQ . -1' '51 fff5'433?l-Aw f fa"'f5 I My 8? X VY A I is -PM 'cf 9, 44 ' 1 x. H Wilt the Stilt, glasses and all, plays the part of the "Egg-Head." HI TORY FR. P. j. ETLINGER, C.S.B. Direclor The Catholic gentleman must be aware of events that happen outside of his own home. The Department of History explains factually and theoretically to the student the events of the past and the present, and prepares him for the future. A young Catholic is better able to interpret the modern world and his relation to it when he has digested the facts of history. He is capable of becoming a good citizen only when he understands the duties of a citizen, and the relationship of a citizen to the state l 1 .47 Mr. Kelly Ends that the earth is even rounder than he is Croundj. Florida is south, Bruno. F K. P A nnan, , k 2, E lx. fffiflkrf f :ff71f-.51 ' 1 -2,2 , , . . it 'f . f . 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A --'If' F ' "VW 5 F vis.. ' F2 1 X an fi N' mf! 1. V D I 5 1 'Q j3,2':, , 45, - , wwalg?f2N'j ?.f':'2irii: , I ff? :ki ':2,"..5,41i:,ii M . '. JS: 1 . 'J-14 a5ig.4f':g5Q:?1 , if in , Q x H' ' ff .Q ' ff - 1 .fviky 53554, 111 N 0 x I X f ' lk f' Ni'-it 1, lf- N? - fs X: I Y 1 I - ., ff II' 4 1 hp! ng t I o ISU 1 r Ura an CO CERT B 09140 OCHEST6 Bark: Ronald Rigby, William Thompson, Carl Aquilina, Thomas Rohr, Michael Thomp- son. Fronl: David Ford, Robert Vieau, jon Kuppinger, Peter Pupatelli. Minhacl Kasper, Paul Reiter, Daniel Forward. Bark: Douglas Elliott, Thomas Lissow, Clark Ritlersback. Front Richard Kier, Charles Berry, Thomas Frisch. 5" A. b A, f- 1 -M AJ Y i I g an 'Y Y in 5 , .fa Y, sp.:xx -1 YV' KQ Q Q In X ' , ,J X' We wah- " Y" I ' ?a. ' if, ,X - Yfl, 'gi V f 53 N .Mai L Q Y gf ffi 2 'V S- I X ' N 2 ..- . -F, , 3. w 3 ,N A 5 X !: f f,f M S 3 l -'Lf -gif lr fig? , E B r I f p ' , ' 1 fra' 1' x x , bf 1 ,Q-Jia , ,kf F v X' 7 X A N X X 'X . X i W I in " fr xv fi 1 li lr ,- x IV 'Q X'K xi X A5521 gk if Qi ' 2 .ef r, N 9 XXX N Y 1 Q Q 1 I fi" Q,- X! : ff f Xfgwx E 'wil-F' 'Rlhn A 'E - 5 " V 1' of B D My T 4 The Crucifixion by Hubert van Eyck Courtetsy of the Metropolitan Museum of A An early Christian symbol of the Saviour was the pelican. Because that bird was thought to feed its young with its own blood, it became a symbol of self-sacrifice and therefore of Christ giving His blood for the redemption of man- kind on Calvary, and the Sacrament of the Eu- charist. St. Thomas in his hymn to the Blessed Sacrament, Adoro Te, sings of Christ as our Pelican: "O loving Pelican! O Jesu Lord! Unclean I am, but cleanse me in Thy Blood! Of which a single drop, for sinners spilt, Can purge the entire world from all its guilt." rt, Fletcher Fund, 1955 J Acolyre Club page 90 St. Thomas Club page 90 Sodaliry page 92-93 Missions page 94-95 Maroon and White page 96-97 Arere page 98-99 CONTENTS Language Clubs page 100-101 Science Clubs page 102 Oraroricals page 102 Debating page 103 Arr, Camera, Chess Clubs page 104 Cardinal Newman Library Club page 105 Standing: john McKe0n, james Schae- fer, Michael Sullivan. Bark Roux' jn- seph Pallone, Gerald Sauter, Dennis Sadler. Front Roux Gerald Shaanon, Richard Ranalletri, Thomas Becker, john Schwartzort. Back Roux' George Schultz, Paul Schlacter, james VanAllen, john No- ble. Froni Roux' Lawrence Unger, Gerald Mitrano, Kenneth Spencer, Eugene Huss, james Kehoe, Richard Tomasso. COLYTE CL B FR. E. KLINE, CSB. Diredor Back Roux' Lnuis Tomasso, Frank Kelly, Kevin Melick fVice-Presidemj, VUilliam O'Neill. Front Roux' Fr. F, Kline, CSB.. Frank Verstraere, Nicholas Menclola CPresidenO. 90 K THE sr. THUMAS fc? CLUB ff ? M 4 . x I is , 4 L -.3 it if ' Kg.. 1, ,SA I . ' ""' ' f 1 5. . v K ' I . ,. at ' , , W V- . 1 ' n 1 Y Q Y ? 7 M I as 1 ' f' 4 I 6 ' s xy, . . ' 'L w I I I V Q74 : ' b f H YA , , 5 ,ff J -:A N . ' 4. f!"-.'1'3':"r'- ':..,x AV ,,' M-, . I, , , fi V , , I, -if IWW.. ,4 5 xx. .. ,.x ... .V YW: 13 I. ,eb " f' ' " Z Q'V ,Q 1 -. v if A I f 3 Km, w ' J ? ff? ' K' K PX ff -P M 5 Je I M 'S 'IM f 'Q . Y A 6 xv W is ' v X 7 nxt X XE' 344 A QN ' pg. A JI YD- , I. - , L: 1 . 5:1 Q 4 I A S .r 4 ,, I igiii' 5 P f: :m ' l1mM4mr,A, X , gf X '151f!rll'r!T" HFUNQL In gn , - W 3' n V -V N n V 9 7 5 A Q, fx' Q -I , - I -Y W- 1-Wy' - ! , f , E7 91' If ' 'Sf le A - , ' 'J 'fx N X ' fl 5 . ll I i 1. ., 7 ,v N' X I, ,Lf , 5 6 I-LW, - -4 N ' Q -If I .E 1 V ! I Y !Fff""! . .F I 3 f 55' . 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The realization that this book was to be a means of recalling Aquinas days in the future and not merely a brochure to be read and discarded prompted these dedicated students to forge ahead. This pictorial record is precisely designed to bring back memories in later years of the friends that were made the teachers, and the activities that complemented academic endeavors. The staff this year has attempted to produce a year- book that will be a fitting tribute not only to the parents of the senior class, but to all parents of Aquinas students. The young often fail to express what is in their hearts. We hope that at least the 1960 Arete has done that for them. FR. H. C. PERRY, C.S.B. Faculty Director LITERARY EDITOR AND STAFF- George Rockwell fLiterary Editorj, X joseph Fornieri, Michael Kasper. Paul Francis Cliditor-in-Chiefj, Fr. H A "'-I 1 N 541 V, x fr' ji' Fl fy y if Qs' 'I i 2,24 , S .-. 5 Q , . f . ' fwf, , Af far M .f ' ' W' A. V Ti 1 ' r Q j i 93' . "Q We .. :W up ,- - If IM V I Y , f 0 F g, 2 ITALIAN CLUBS ITALIAN CLUB-In view of his wide ex' perience and background Fr, Biondi is able to show his Italian language students the great heritage of the Italian people. Also the many contributions of the Italians are investigated. While the Italian Club is open only to stu- dents of the Italian language, it still has a great influence on Aquinas. Students see the importance of this Italian in many other areas. RES PUBLICA LATINA IV-Few in numbers and great in interest and actomplishment are -the members of Res Publita Latina IV, Only those taking Latin IV are permitted to join the tharmed, gifted tirtle of tulture and refinement. 100 LATIN CLUBS FORUM ROMANUM-A bit of Rome seems to have arrived at Aquinas in the person of Forum Romanum, the Latin club open to Latin Three students of superior ability. 'o Ii ,, . C J g E 'S 6 4 ,, f Q 2 3 5 .lvy A 'X , . , me M 2 - - ps- , af i f I 3' A Q ' if D , fx L V x ' ' ' ff pi, :J 2 'L M1 f, W ig, Wa ev if 5' qv YP! 5 I1 5 S ! .1 "Ewa 6,,,A.V vvQ 'Z' 53 gg. ' YE?:E ,' L' V1 3.51 Q 4 3? 35" Wfff 5 , lx, .054 fg K 5 Q I .f '1 V i, ' X-.. 'S Ji ,F bqib 4 ,9 5' 2 l, . Q' ,", Q 1, in sr - p f' ' mn if W V 7-'N 55" 7 1 5 5 25 '95 .,, , -w, , , 4 S KN Q E 1 MF -54 - fs A N X. l 'S 'I Min... ,aaiia Tn. JUNIORS-Standing: Gregory Hieb, Randall Royka, Michael Car- JUNIORS-Standing: Daniel Forward, Thomas Taney, William Ir- roll, David Ford, Richard Wahl, Richard Burbotr, Robert Reboulet. win, Paul Reiter, Charles Klueber, John Lloyd. Seated: Sean Murray, SENIORS-Seated: Charles Garland, Richard Palumbo Henry Hess, James VanLare, Edward Remming, John Roth. George Rockwell. DEB TI G FR. J. A. O'REILLY, C.S.B. Director OFFICERS-Standing: Gary Wenglowski CVice- Presidentj, David Lawlor Cfreasurerl, Michael Kasper CSecretaryJ. Seated: Fr. J. O'Rei1ly, C.S.B. CModeratorj, Mr. Quinn, C.S.B. CAss't Modera- torj, David Perry CPresiden0. Mr. D. Pandina fAss't Moderatorj. FRESHMEN-Standing: D. Barbato, J. Vorrasi, L. LoMaglio, R. Lynch, G. Wer- ner, J. Kehoe, L. Unger, P. Gagan, T. Mi trano, D. Paul, R. Fraher, J. Scahill, F. Metherell. Seated: F. Verstraete, E. Regina, A. Sabalis, J. Noble, M. Hem, J. Flavin 105 N? SOPHOMORES--Standing: Ronald Oeschle, Gregory Concheles, James Vazzana, Michael Kachnyhewych, Augustine Juodvalkis, Charles Field, James Hanrahan, Samuel Buonau- gurio, William Ims, Robert Rice, John At- tinasi. Seated: Samuel Amico, James Perry, Paul Schlactere, Patrick Farran, Barry' Hoff- mann, Anthony Barbato. ?' N 'T' --f .-.wut-P :QQ - N .. Q. 5 1, rl ' ' -f 1', -'11 i- .5.,xg,f5 . "' 1. .- 5, N , 11. Ag is , V , ' "' A KJV ff ,Vw fi frffzsr' A ' ., if hsyiw EH ff gl H? .- f 4 S an 2 W ' . . ' fa XY 'E x 4. , . 1 I V S 'ii H mu 4? f . , H Q , 4 , . 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HTH i Pieta by Anthony VanDyck Prado Mad id As the hart panteth after the fountains of water so my soul panteth after Thee O God fPsalm 41 lj In one sentence King David gave us a word picture of the thrist implanted in the human heart for the Light Love and Truth that are Him springs the risers of the four Gospels bearing grace and salvation to the four quarters of the earth Harts vshich typify human souls quench their thirst at those risers of life giving water 106 y rg Il ' S !! 7 9 ' . . . , , God. The rock, with rivers flowing from it, symbolizes the Saviour. From Y , - . i , Y . . lLlE'1V1C CONTENTS Varsity Club, Publicity page 108 Track page 117 Athletic Directors, Communications Mission Bouts page 118-120 Committee page 109 Swimming page 121 Football page 110-113 Bowling page 122-123 Basketball page 114-115 McQuaicl Game page 124 Cheerleaders page 115 Intramural page 125 Baseball page 116 Sidelines Club. Assembly Committee Safety Patrol page 126 Y' um MS Q3 l ,. 1 F64 ' Pi' is '? -I rf! 'gy-I 'mf swag S, 15 '-Z9 if ' 1 1 :Ngw Wgw ' ef ' 6 'Q give? GEL i".'5: ,f7"Q V4 A fa: ' ew fw w"Q'5?? ? "V" I l xml n ff "'D,mT in d,f?'m.W4 ' l:lL lI ,f 1 . ' v' ,J 4 4, . . 3 . 4 , 1. '31 n x r : qv . . l v h A I f ' ' . Q ' I 'QB 'Q fa ' r 5 ff 'C-57 if 4, Q, -4 'Q ' eu' I .I 7 f' N 1- - 'I .4 ,,... N' s 4 "" f an Qf ' - v'A x I H 1- W Kun 'pi L , ,g Q' " . ' W' W L12 ' 4 ' W fl N' f ,wi 5 'VM 'NW -an-QA' QV in if . . 5 M H me .54 ru b. " v B N '.. k 3 ' Va , 5 5x1'0 .Q I no ,, Q , Q ,N , ' SQ 0 W-':'f':"""' , ymbf' , 4.-af: f '13 I .. , V 1 fs Q-4-1 A ! 2 w 5511 vt. Li N , -u' v 'X . , Q- k Y' Q 5' '- 'V'-. '- 'x 4 - '- v ' A . - - - Q ' ' . ..1,-X --:-.,4 1' ,f . W ' V' 'L .' 1-L-013'-..v"'Q,-.,-'.i..,g. H . , ' 7 - , 17. as -Q W L- gf, - 3 - L V- Iv M M Jkyrff-' Q'--'skew 5 5 , QX , Jew.-,f , W A -3. 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Q, fl + 35 P - ' 3 ,- P Q .L it-1r,i-,,,,. v..f,LQ,My.wx ,4 .. ,.YLsrQ , fx, K' .. , ,f hi' ,,,.f iz' ,..- J Jw I A -x-t,. Qww.. - .. Back Row: William Apton, Dennis Fox, Roman Sedlickas, Albert Reminkis, Anthony Rossi, james VanAllan, George Iwasko, David Balaishis, Bruce johnson, john DeMarle, james Taylor, Raymond Accorso, Thomas Cichon, james Zielinski, Robert Podgorski, Louis Campanozzi, Michael Waldoch, Michael Riley, Lawrence Clar, Rich- ard LeBlanc. Middle Row: Mr. D. Kelly CAsst. Coachj, Robert Sper- andio, Martin Hall, james Whitney, Peter Stahl, james Farrell, Robert fu fx' Cortese, joseph Lucas, Philip Wegman, Raymond Defendorf, Gary Baccaro, Gary johnson, Charles McCollester, Richard Brien, James Cinelli, Robert Brophy, Charles Klueber, Kevin Clifford, Michael Bilyk, Mr. J. Repko fCoachJ. Front Row: Donald Santore, Henry Wengender, Daniel Tartaglia, Richard Coachys, Salvatore Incardona, Thomas Lehner, Raymond Dry, William Lambert, Lawrence Hurley, Joseph Colaianni, Lester Abbamonte, Thomas Lechnier, Robert Mirguet. R ITY FOOTB- LL The thudding of pads and the rousing shouts of "Go-Team-Go" have faded into the the dimness of distant events. But like the deeds of mighty men, the efforts of our gridiron warriors deserve recording in the annals of school history. Seniors will set this book aside after crisscrossing photographic artistry with ink-filled, witty sayings. Underclassmen will glance and pass on to another year. Let us, however, strike with strong and indelible pen a record of pride for the class of 1960 to fill later years with satisfying memories. C5 Looking strictly at the won and lost columns, there is nothing over- lustrous in the record. But to those who know the value of the game, UO' Coach Repko caught during an anxious moment who have spent long hours coaching and being coached, it stands as a proud document of honest sportsmanship. MANAGERS-Michael Boland, Robert Vieau, Patrick Burns, Salvador Lecesse, james Heir, William Summers, Donald O'Brien. VARSITY SCORES Aquinas ..,,,., I3 Corning ,,.,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,, 1 2 Aquinas .... 6 Bishop Fallon 7 Aquinas .,,,... 2 St. joseph ..,,. 12 Aquinas ,,,.... 41 Canisius ....., 0 Aquinas . ,..,, 25 Elmira . ........,.... ,,,, . 7 Aquinas .,,,,,, 19 Bishop Timon 15 Aquinas .. 6 North Catholic 12 12 W Bark Rout Edward Aleo, George Link, William Contestabile, Richard Zimmer, Michael Fredericks, Gerald Gears, Michael Thomas, james Chatterton, William Bindert, Stephen Chamberlain, Edward Driscoll, james Mahar, james Taylor, Raymond Flynn, Frank Klem, Donald Cerra, David Dudley. Second Roux' Mr. Valdas CCoachJ, Timothy Flynn, 'Benjamin Campenelli, Anthony Spada, Richard Hayes, Samuel 5 4 ,H qpaliswq , , '37 MU F- Buonaugurio, Edward Powderly, Arthur Zazzaro, Michael Kehoe, Michael Beurmann, john Quirin, Richard Lentz, Richard Degus, Dan- iel Wissman, Augustine juodvalkis, jon Hollenbeck, Fr. Biondi, C.S.B. First Roux- Peter Casartelli, Cahal Magee, Nicholas Germano, Timothy Boland, Richard Creek, james Stacy, john Attinasi, Gerald Caccamise. JU IOR VARSITY FOOTB LL Q . 3 NVT X I HEAVY FRESHMAN-Back Row: Dan- iel Kommeth, john DiPasquale, William Scarlia, Timothy Walsh, John Heberle, Richard Ionnuzzi, Martin Cook, Mark Stassen, John McCarthy, Vincent Palese. Middle Row: Fr. Ware, C.S.B. CCoachJ, Patrick O'Mara, Kenneth Wiemer, Ter- rence Young, Raymond Kowalski, Brian Murphy, Peter Scelos, Wayne DeHond, Richard jackson, Mr. Graham, C.S.B. CCoachJ. Front Row: Thomas Mitrano, Robert Schwab, Van Cardili, Anthony Agostinelli, Anthony Mariani, joseph Nacca, Helmut Reiman, Bernard McCabe. 113 -Bark Roux' Fr. Klem, C.S.B CCoach Ro er VanCheri Louis At Berardi. FRESHMAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Jn g 1 ' vell, Edmund Regina, Albert Sebalis, Eugene Blackburn, William Able, Patrick Gaffney, Timothy Ferri, W'il- liam Hughes, James Clark, Fr. Kline, C.S.B. Front Row: Douglas Potter, Daniel Murphy, Ernest Beechey, Rob- ert Bossert, Richard Tomasso, Dennis Witkiewitz, Thomas Burke, Clayton 9,5 Qwlfl. i 4 .ULWAL I 9 7 t N . L 5,6 I: , 4 , 5 ' RV' .Sf 5 Q- - ugif F 9, f Q,,Avj':i Ya? Q 'vw' xii! . 2' 'yi .qi r- My .5 A ay r W ,kv - w L, H, ,Q , fi :rf s,,,,, ni L Ni '-1 'I 2' ': 1 1 1 Ralph 1 6 ..1. S3532 1 MQ uf Q Q 1 J' 6' J "mm I ,,.. Illf 5:3 -K if '5- FK 'WU . im Y L-: 5 v 5 5'5" CHEER- LE DER X or rupqw N Er-rr'-fa CHEERLEADERS-james Kesselring, Raymond Zambroski, Louis Bieck, Victor Ruscio, Fred Barricelli, Richard Trovato. JUNIOR VARSITY-Back Roux' Mr. A. Graham, C.S.B. CCoachj, Norbert Keller, Stephen Chamberlain, James Chatterton, Ed- mund Calvaruso, John Bolger, Daniel Isa- bella, William Rae, David Carey. Front Roux' Peter Majewski fMgr.J, Benjamin Campenelli CMgr.j, Douglas Kane, William Shannon, Gary Page, Timothy Flynn. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Back Roux' Fr. j. Ware, C.S.B., Craig Wink, john Mc- Carthy, Mark Howland, james Murphy, Roy LaForce, james Meagher, Fr. E. Burns, C.S.B. fCoachj. Middle Row: Bernard McCabe, john Hurley, Robert Schwab. Front Row: William Abel, Brian Murphy, Frank Pavia. 115 xxx xx JU IOR VAR ITY and F RE HMA RA KETRALL v W Ag, 'S nail L54 IK I Y In . 1 K ,, , ,1 1 EJ' Ki 29 1 4 VW, u M -- MM' M X rf s wwf 1 2 S nag i 'x 5 1. 3 Q1 10 K 1 ' ff- :- f ' Q WX , Y 7. A 5 VM. :Y K fy 'Q 1 1 3- -Q 1. ,gim- ' me . 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Klem, Mr. Kiessling, C.S.B., and Mr. Kilchenstein C.S.B. f, Q gi' OFFICERS-Thomas Trott CSet'retaryJ, john W'hit- ney ffreasurerj, Lawrence LoMaglio fVice-Pres- identj, Richard Street fPresidentj, Mr. McCarthy V CModeratorj. Z """' " ' we 3 V X V V'- Aquinas Bowlers in the makingfthe Freshmen take over the Garden every Monday afternoon. ,fix if X a .1 I, 5 ' W ,X -g,-ws Nixfk fr4!'- -- P , N Xa ' F Gigi ,Q ,. V QL L W !- . kX -:if ' X Q V A ' - if, V: H .R e xi, Q, , a " n s ix 1 lg, is 'vs s ' L -5 ... ,.. 12 I s ' ' I .f F v J ' . . Y ff' x xx H, 3 . x 'fm .5 .- L.-...l- V XJ, ey A R- ,Q A -1 ,- V fi W SENIORS-HOMEROOM 516 - Peter Shaughnessy, joseph Man- zo, Alan Hoyt, james Kraus, Salvatore Leccese, james Beckman, George Bovenzi, David Kiszkiss, james Sheflin. SOPHOMORES-HOMEROOM 107 - Bark Row: Michael Ke- hoe, David Carey, james Chatterton, john Wenthe, Robert Seide- wand. Front Row: Timothy Boland, David Agostinelli, George Mack, Michael Quinn, Gary Young. I TR MUR L BA KETB LL CHAMPIO FRESHMAN-HOMEROOM 507 - Back Row: Rich- ard Hall, Timothy Walsh, Gilbert Burgmaster, Fr. Lynch, C.S.B. Front Roux' Terrence Hutchinson, John Palmeri, Angelo Marcone, Kenneth Wiemer, Edward Russo. 125 '7 JUNIORS-HOMEROOM 207 - Back Row: Douglas Oglia, Donald Agostinelli, David Balaishis, Nicholas Ke- hoe, Michael Sullivan. Middle Row: James Cinelli, Robert Cortese, George DelVecchio. Fran! Row: Anthony Ventura, Andrew Sciarabba, Luciano Randazzese, Lawrence Ennis. 1 : 1 3 QQ af .4 is Ve 5 , Wzf2J?4x J. N' Qgffff' fsagp Q ff, x Y J f ',JYQV i s. ' KY Ai' fi ' I -1 -.1 17 A 553' ,Nw 3 ., f 2? Q 42 ' if , ' ,V 5 ,f , 'g x 2 A !s"igvQL 'MSB , PA As Q "' ta 52 we 5 1: i QQ 'Xp NYC te xx and 1 'Q' '-1 D Q 1 u H 1 A f 1,-M, - L 4 J 5 ,, Q B i 7 Q M A Y f, 'i if - ' ik A. YI wa' . 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St-ultdx Mrs. john Grattan CSetre- taryj, Mrs. Herbert Fhy CPresidentj, Mrs, Dominit Tortura fTreas- urerl. , 7 H LTA ,I it Q! M" The loxely yuung ladies who attetl as hnstessc-s at the ffartl Party. ,rl ' t ja -1 3 Four of the mothers preparing the chances at the Fall Card Party. -.9 After meeting refreshments being enjoyed by a few of the mothers. One uf the priests uhm tumes to the meetings to eat. MGTHER CL B 3 s Tun wry popular young ladies the Fall Card Party, 'Ilia tnpalvlt-, lmrtlutirki j 1 lll., L Vlllllllllfl' that uns in tharigt' -it ilut irnpuriaiit lutll Liril Party. 150 -m 5' 5 I 4: - .W ,l,I e-A1 :WI Q 7:1 I A 0 1 ,Ni 55' Q, 7 Lf, 'J g 'Q MQ. A :S ' 1 'Q iii' 'C 3- f , 'f :ii We th like thi K i.k . 3 0. 1. 3' X 9 4354, TW! ....24..:' 3-. Q E N ,. 5 .Q '.,f v- fyfgf ' 5J,5,Y?ff 6 X J Y' . I ll' I W, .. Q Q I '31 - . 4 Y . I Jan- 1, , f 5 A ,L , . fi -'H 4 Je' N ' . ' 95 is f-ggi 51, "4 ..0f' - c , - ' 4 A' - Wi f5 'M?1wi f 4 ' A ' vv low. fi an H i WM N 495. . 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