Archbishop Hoban High School - Way Yearbook (Akron, OH)

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EVIHUIQBIE IQUBHD SIQUIDQ Micah tht inside stnrg uf hnhen high EBBUIUULJ WED llvlu UJ Mud ucluut unu opium, nu.: ago-ua ouulrc urn. Class. Following the introduc- rafters in future pep assemblies. Banff Busier Tlzan ver The Hoban High Band, under the direction of Brother Roy Nash, C.S.C., is busier than ever this year. Although smaller in number. than last year's, the band is bet- ter on sound and intonation. When asked of the band's progress from last year. Brother Roy said. "The band is potentially as advanced on fha 1050 adifi.nn.nf fha '79 mon of last year's marching unit. As far as football contests are con- cerned, Brother continued, "We will attend all football games and hope to be the nucleus which will engender the customary display of Hoban fan participation at the football games." g When asked about the Swing 'Rand Rrnthnr mzxntinnrad that Hg-""nn'W-D I K L 5--nndq, 912241.-p tt. New Year Brings Changes The opening of the 1960-61 school year presented Hoban High with 14 new faculty members,and an increase of 95 students over last yea.r's enrollment. Added to this show of new faces amongst the rise in student numbers, is the noted change that has been made in the lengthening of the homeroom period. e New Instructors Something New Has Been Added Four new classes and an ex- tracurricular activity have been Coming from a variety of col- leges and teaching experiences, the 14 new instructors have re- placed 10 faculty members that have been reassigned to other schools for the coming year, thus increaslnz the faculty to 41 as QQ ve. -553' 5 0 - ee'- l N - If Nr "R..e.r T 'frees-5 "L ixavba li X 'PAA- The 1961 Way is a symbol of everything we, the graduating senior s and underclassrnen have participated in this school year. The Way is a record of our good times and memories as well as all the hard work that we have had here at Archbishop Hoban High School. JJ 0 "Spirit Wins is Theme for Pep Assemblies In preparation for the Knight's first gridiron clash of the year, a pep assembly was staged by the cheerleaders. These exuberant youngsters demonstrated several new cheers in addition to the fav- orites of last year. After intro- ducing his staff of able coaching assistants, head football coach tion of two new cheers by the cheerleaders, the seniors pre- sented their skit, a moving drama, in which "Sir H. S. Hoban" van- quishes foul "Irish Jack" to win the hand of "Miss Victory." The co-captains of the team urged a special effort on the part of the students to support the "Knights" Library Stirs ew Interest Thls is a year of'change, reorganization and improvement. The school library is an outstanding example of this trend. Under the direction of our new librarian, Brother John of the Cross, great for- ward strides are being made in developing the library tacllltles. Class Officer Roster Complete The lncomlng freshmen elect- ed their class officers on Wed- For example, the intricate card catalog system is being re- vamped, for clarification, and steps have been taken to broad- en the .scope of our library with new and better volumes. A lunn1J4na.a.f1nA4.L.u 'XL L.-ul-.,.L.-l.J,... nraoo..f'Gln, nf' .nalnnlnlnhu iq nnru IIDDJEJIINICNIFJIIQDN We, the Senior Class of Archbishop Hoban High School, dedicate this l96l edition of "The Way" as a token of our esteem to Brother Sigismund, C.S.C. Working behind the scenes and often not noticed by many students, he has helped form many of the school's basic policies during his seven years at our school. Brother is a soft-spoken man who has dedicated his life to higher learning in the liberal arts fields. Among his activities at Hoban, Brother is Glee Club director, Speech Contest di- rector, Mothers' Club Moderator, as well as the Director of Studies and teacher of advanced Senior and Junior English. Ui ll gnaf 6 N J' 2 -.1 .,. , it Q P if if wifi ' or Q TO THE CLASS OF i96i: We ave them accompiish. White there is usuaiiy const er are deaiing wi ON.O the worth ot peopie by what we see attaching to accompiishments, when the group we is a group ot high schooi students, this soie measurement is not ' ' 'nverse impiications. compieteiy va r x ct the seed we piant Vd. At ieast not rn rtsr in the earth to grow Just as we do not e pe ' expect the seeds ot virtue, and tructity overnight, neither can we ' h we hope to have pianted in you, wisdom and morai vaiues, whrc h t our daiiy contact with you is tinished. to be in tuii hioom now t a Perhaps i choois caii this ciass ' the name "reiigion" to a ciass. t is a mistake to give " P ' ting out "reiigious knowiedge . orn h on said,it's Some s ' Kmade many years agoi t e s g ll the morai ot a movie h hat you got that pays ott in the end. what you do wit w t n twenty or We wiii preter, it possihie, to took at you e , thirty years from now. What wiii you have made ot yourseives ' h ve had upon those with by then and what intiuence writ you a we wiii he abie to iudge whom yo more occurateiy what you God hiess youi l u came into contact? Then have reaiiy iearned trom us. Sin reiy yours in 0 oss jeff fd Brother Pedro aering, . . ., Y 't 'I up tx H h a tendency to measure 'd ahie worth th l awww CSC Prin 1 i FALL WINTER SPRING TABLE of CUNTENTS FACULTY SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHNIEN S .2 wi fs .Q -1-1 if 'HUWVQ A ii Z ' fig? 2 ,. , mad' 1 X x x X, 4 v s f as :vu A NEW SCHCCL YEAR ff I want to change my class. Do I need all these books ? 'P ? ? Detention! Oh, that's nothing All these books OFF T0 CLASS 'K 4 hard workin class . . . a little studying lecturing . . . and quizzes. PARENTS SAM Our 4' U -1, l 915 school work, and found our classes very interesting M.. .. .,,Q,sww,.- ..::... K M -'vm THE FO0TBAll STORY SALEM EDGE! HUBAN lt's softer landing on a Quaker than on the ground . Paydirt just ahead . Salem 7 Hoban 0 Before a capacity crowd, the Hoban son to the Salem Quakers, one of the top teams in the state. Taking the opening kick-off, the Qua kers marched downfield to score the game's only touchdown. After the con- version only one more threat was of- fered by the Quakers. A timely inter- ception by Dave Fortunato took the punch out of their threat. Our young and inexperienced team rit throughout the course of the game but could not overcome the obstacles on the Salem field. One down and one to go. 15 Knights lost their first game of the sea- shovved fine offensive and defensive spi- ARCH-RIVALS GAIN REVENGE I Shannon runs interferance on punt return St.Vincent Z8 Hoban 12 The Knights lost the second game of the season to the Irish, our arch- rivals at the Rubber Bowl. Aided by injuries to O'Rei11y and Shannon,the Irish satisfied their taste for revenge of last year's game. Irish scoring came on a Mackey pass to Durand, a 70-yard sideline sprint by Mackey, a 25-yard run by Durand, and a 4-yard plunge by the same boy. The Knights scored on a pass from Lappin to Savoy and a last-minute plunge by Moore, a promising soph- omore. O'Re1lly on the move. MAGIC! STUN ll NIGHTS Barberton ZZ Hoban 0 Having absorbed three consecutive losses to Hoban, the Magics upset the Knights at St. Mary Field. Brantley started the Magics' hol- iday with a 35-yard sprint. Their second score came as a result of a Hoban fumble in the end zone. The Knights were struck again in the fourth quarter with a lO-yard jaunt around end. The Knights threatened twice but a staunch Magic defense held them back the first time. Then, in a "do or die" attempt to score, Marty Lappin threw a 60-yard pass into the end zone, but John Lepkowski couldn't handle it. u, K ' is 4 Q 1 .J xr f X , . Ivlxy K1 ,fdfwfg ' fr' f, fr- ,H fff' QL , A Ik , 'fin .1 . . YN QQ T4 fag Fortunato carries around end. ST. JOE'.S' SUBDUES KNIGHT! Harvey outrnaneuvers would-be tacklers Cleveland St. Joseph Z7 On a dreary Sunday afternoon, the Knights were thoroughly thrashed by the Vikings, C1eve1and's only unde- feated team. The Vikings scored during each Hob an O period on two runs by Jones and two by Zalis. Hoban's deepest penetration was to the Vikings' 4-yard line where the Norsemen dug in and held. 19 KNIGHT! GN THE MOVE f is If C Hoban 2.2 Coventry 14 g St. Mary's Stadium was the YN AA nlr scene of Hoban's seventh game and third victory as the Knights routed C e"' the Comets. The Comets scored first when Ron Rector faked a jaunt and sprin- ted 40 yards for the score. Not to be outdone, the Knights answered with touchdowns in each of the last three quarters. O'Rei11y and Moore accounted for two of the scores. The other came when John Lepkowski batted a Lappin pass in- to the arms of John Englehart. Pillitere got Coventry's final tally on a Z5-yard sprint. Englehart fights for yardage. Did he or didn't he? 15 Seniors Star in First Victory Over Falls H Moore goes for more! .f i x p H hT: H. Hoban 19 Falls 6 My With a chance to even the rec- 3 ' Zq ord at four wins and four losses, p the Knights met the Tigers at St. t it , iozegi c Marys sradiui-n.o'Rei11y took the opening kick off and returned it for f a 90-yard touchdown. After a 46- yard drive John Lepkowski scored from the one in the fourth quarter. fi A pass interception by O'Reil1y ig- nited another rally, and the Knights increased their lead by another six point s . Tiger quarterback, Jim Cole, threw a 40-yard pass to Horsefield who received credit for the Tigers' only touchdown. The Tigers threat- ened at two other times, but deter- mination and desire on the part of Hoban's defense held them back. The Knights had at last upset the Tigers and gained revenge for three successive losses. Hoban 9 Buchtel 0 The Knights finished the season by I grinding the Griffins. This victory gave the Knights a record of five victories and four defeats. Lepkowski scored the only touchdown of the game on a plunge from the one. "Candy" McAnallen dumped a Griffin ball- carrier in the end zone for the other two points. The Griffins took away two Hoban pas- ses and marched downfield but were un- able to circumvent the determined Hoban defense. n Final Game Brings HOBAN Over 500 Mark 4 It's a winning season! 2.2 Final Surge of Spirit Brings Hoban to Season Record of 5 wins, 4 losses VARSITY Kneeling: Art Romito, Bruce Flating, Bill DeLuca, Tom Moore, Chuck Garrett Bill Harvey Marty Lappin, John Shannon, Gary I-laddox,, Dan I-Iammontree, Ralph McMullen Tom Ingersoll Fred Thomas. Standings Coach Zupke, Mike Urbano,Dave Fortunate, Tom Howard, john Lepkowski Bob Garry john Seman, Jerry Savoy, Bud McAnallen, John Englehart, Steve Sltko Dan Hoynes Jerry O 'Reil1y, Coach Schubert. SEASUN RECGRD Opponent Hoban Salem 7 0 St. Vincent 28 I2 Barberton 22 0 Canton Timken 0 26 Canton Lincoln 16 27 Cleve. St. Joseph 27 0 Coventry 14 22 Cuyahoga Falls 6 19 Buchtel 0 9 IUNIOR VARSITY ROW 1: Dave Slick, Frank Alexander, joe Kerr, Marshall Pierson, Peter Baldacci, Jerry Obarski, Ronney Migden, George Cherpas. ROW 2: Hank Merlitti, George Morgan, Al Rolland, Jack Arcuri, john LaCause, Tom Jackson, Dave Richards, Jim Mungo. ROW 3: John Mehok, Steve Englehart, Tom Buzzi, Bill Hankins, Marty Wiesheier, Tom Bialy, Mike Miller, Joe Lionetti. ROW 4: jess Lightner, Phil Howard, Gerald Ionke, Steve Francis, joseph BoDahely, Gary Smith, Angelo Fortunato, Coach Schubert. FRESHMEN ROW 1: Victor Cares, Don Hemming, Pat Smith, john Kukta, james Rolland, Tony Denholm, Larry Turner, jerry Klein, Gregory Farmer. ROW 2: Pat Leiher, Thomas Reder, Ken Mallison, Eugene,Testa, Skip Van NewKirk, john Lazor, Dennis Blllzelli, Emil Lutz, Bob Franges, Gary Howieson, Jerry Pecko. ROW 3: Coach Halverson, Jeff Arndt, Don Zwisler, john Neidert, john Slinger, Howard Owen, Paul Zimmerman, Ray Zazo, Ed Lappin, Mike lfatchen, Rich Mungo, Coach Carlin. ROW 4: Bob Prarat, jim Ruelland, Bill Bause, David Rudynski, Paul Wagner, Bernard Zaucha, Karl Wilhelm, Bernie Thomas, Ray 24 Carr, Dave Nesline, joseph Scheiring. BEHIND X THE SCENES '11 , -L.....A,.w..,..,,, ef'-Q--......,, ,ww ' "Me-W-P... Records were kept. Movie s showed our mistake s . Parents cheered. X. U if i CHEERLEADERS Dennis MacA1eese, Mike Davey, Tom Dunn, John Williams, Jeff Van Oss Mascot: Major Maurer s. VV F"'sr Ng if , y eene .f 55 'im . as 'QB k . . .4 , 6. , X y E sv ' . -fs- ,V . ,X - . -X , ,5.,r, . H . .KM . ......, - . .1 Jus. f. D ' ,.- bl GO KnightS GO! Dennis MacA1eese, Louis Reyman Q it I If x'g",ft yi si"! IWA I . ' -, Q 'iikix BAND Q" ""'fxA" Y' Ng- WWW - m 'fwf .' mum X sq W .gkuxgwu N-Q NM N M K ,-, ,Q-- Zilgm- ' ,N ' if WM '- 114.-K R 4 x ,V Q is L. .L R .f ' K . 4-,ww K. 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X51 1 We f w fi MVK' DANCES Swing Band provides music for the dances after the game. 3 f V ,,...,,. . 1 g ' , 1 ' , . .if - , K 1 ' X . i 1 'Q 5 - ., 3' 7 4 A , . 1 ' , 3 A , THE CAST: Charles Garrett, Sue Dieringer, Frank Crampton, Karen Schmitz, Judy Mesko, Greg Collin Kathryn King, Larry Kelly, Sue Rottmayer, Mark Berner, Virginia Abel, Louis Reymann The 1960 I-Ioban Theatre Production, "The x , xg ' Big Help," featured the combined talents of ,. xr Hoban, Our Lady of the Elms and St. Mary 4 students. ex ffl K Q 1 J mr QKFBX 915:- iw:-W . , x -... -,Y sw" 5 325255 3 T 3 iw 4 35" DRIVE In early December, the student body once again showed its spirit of generosity by collecting can food for the needy in the area. , The drive began with an assembly during which Brother Andrew gave a stirring pep-talk. For the first time, the area was divided into six parts, each with a quota of Z0 cans per student. This drive once again showed Hoban's fine spirit of giving in the true sense of the word. I -1 :vis 5,2 si 1 3 1 Q S X M Q K - ukf--wweiw-...Q---if .. B, wwf? 2.5-v.si"4E1i5fi3b 2 g q 7735 2 45 f V - il . .V , . .fx.,.,,v,.g ,.. ,k X K M we if Q'.g:fffwE..m - K '2fZwf.e-.gf fy " Qi -K ,1:'sLP-fQz:ii"A :Q wir 3- .1 .,-1 -1 1yz,1,.'-my , 1 if-.Ml 2 WN . , f pwl f fggwkwwvf 113: X - i K f Q N ffm iw ' 1 X. A -J A wt S g ,Q ft' Q . y L A ' ' Q55 ,,, kr . f 1 gif? -fl' I Q - , t N Q Q I 'pg gl' 1 '??',ff 'R 5 Q, 5' '- f , ' - ' ,, A . ff , ' K X OM-QX,s,,A ' ',' 4 N Q ff-Q,Hf ff . t f s A A I 1 1 ff' .. .yx 5 , , ,N 4. -i 3 R A 2 . w. I 2 f 5 ,Q,..-,, , wig, ,, f 1 t Q X ' i . I f I Y' , 1 4 W .1 - . 1 5 -. X, Q Q 5 eg' Q9 J ' f f' N 1 'z' Q2 - Vg, ,.e..g:1aEgj Q 2 . I 0 ,E .Q 'Q 15 ' , f gi T552 x 3 'L Q g A " A h ' W TV f . UL K -, K Q ii ,. www Q 952' l Q wuz X, K K .f ' ' -was . in fx . :vii x L K SQQS Q4 3"r -ggi, N e q E'-353 1 . .ev it My 'XJ 3 , SQ I fg 32 P1-Y 49? ? had po W M ii , ,xr fa-Q, Qggmd A, nUb.g - , 'ff r .af .fm 'll fs' Y 2 R ' gem M353 W auvfzf v .9 ts 'ff' f I " 'Y M' ,ll 4 A if I Pi 'F an , il ' f B4 ' " ifX X A y. QNX. K- K may X. O Q K , W NX s V it ,,, QS ' ' 'eil-pf x A . VARSITY lst ROW: Mike Urbano, Ed Lieberth, Dennis Kraus, Jim Maurer, Mike Gmerek, Larry Semelsberger 2nd ROW: Coach Schubert, James Schulz, Steve Sitko, Bud McAna1len, jerry Savoy, A1 Segedy john Lepkowski, Ron Orndorf, Bill Thomson. SEASON RECORD Opponents Hoban South 91 37 Canton Central Catholic 83 47 Canton Lincoln 63 39 Tallmadge 49 47 Central 65 36 Coventry 55 44 Barberton 58 41 Saint Vincent 43 28 Canton Timken 47 54 Kenmore 58 48 Saint Vincent 74 47 Saint Peter 66 57 Buchtel 72 57 Saint Mary 44 37 Hower 65 57 Falls 51 37 Saint Mary 53 55 Saint Edward 77 62 40 Springfield lTournamentj 67 56 JUNIOR VARSITY 1st ROW: Paul Haas, Bill Hankins, john Howard, Ron Migden, Peter Baldacci, Angelo Fortunato 2nd ROW: Coach Halverson, Tom Moore, john LaCause, Robert Gras, George Gracan, Tom Podobnik lst ROW: john Neidert, james Martell, Robert Mittiga, Eugene Testa, William Cassie, Leonard Nalencz, George Mikan 2nd ROW: Coach Carlin, Louis Falcione, Robert Prarat, Thomas Schmitt, William Durbin, Walter Bailey, Dennis Kucler, Bemard Zaucha, Dan Baker, Emil Lutz, Coach Haines. 41 1st Row: Charles Anders, Bob Dadik, Dan Hoynes 2nd Row: Richard Markov, Robert Hilt, Paul Gallagher, Philip Kamlowski. The Knough-Knuffins and the Lettermen provided a thrilling close to the intramural season. 1st Row: Dave Fortunato, Gary I-Iaddox, James Casenhiser, john Shannon The fin al Score be ing 30 to 2 7 2nd Row: Stanley Flowers, John Englehart, Jerry O'Rei11y, john Constantine FACULTY I SENIUR GAME SWIMMING TEAM Tw.,- 'Law-,,.. I' ROW 1: Ed Steinmetz, Tom jackson, Jim Warner, Dave Slick, john Willmott, Denny Hoskins, Steve Tillotson, Tony Denholm, jay Ehrenfried, john Spalding, Richard Mungo ROW 2: Ray Hartz, joe Johann, Ron Morris, Mike Eckel, Mark Berner, Tom Spellman, George Morgan, George Massad, Vincent Pianalto ROW 3: Dan Hammontree, Walt Rowan, Dick Hackathorn, Tom Bialy, Dave Robb, Pat McDonald, MISSING: Tom Andres, John Darmstadt, Tom Logan and T,erry Shoaff. ' Q , A ,.,,,..- QV gi, in .. .3 . X4 ig as . U 5 A f ii - . X X. X. . V 5 ,, , .,,,. eg E nf, . 5 A 5 b ,I Q gift gt. ,t .qs r R D E! J t '-r--' I Q m V A A gifs? y The Swimming Team, sporting an 8 to 3 record, qualified for the Districts at Kent State and then on to Columbus for an excellant showing in the State meet. 43 44 wit i Fr. Joseph Brokhage, D.D. ST UE T HETRE T The Student Retreat endeavored to emphasize the need of a spiritual rejuvenation and a closer union between God and the I-Ioban student. ' . Msgr. William N. Novicky buf!! X IW 2 3w ,se'?vifm . 1 1"5V"'f 'X "' ' 2 in..n...................- 32 E55 J I-P V- 5' 7 W lik ' "i!,Q.-QQ 2 THE W Y 9 Layout 46 Underclassmen ll" Seniors wwf: . X .Qzvuw V, 4r- f '. - S -Q Typist aight mwjgzaw 104,11 O , ,MLQQL Seniors UL-Ji lfwt jf-cfweeohg fiifiwlfi' ya vawlqootu-M i as I '10-I-smunrllvli C Photography a i E F35 .... X......, . A , wily? 6' 'X THE STAFF Underclassmen Co-Editors cw Mm o W W fu QJWZYJCGJV 04,041 57' ' Wright A, Moderator 2-Qfl, f Photography Typist 71452510 Qgggzy elvllwwz Fab? MM 47 THE lllllbiil t TH Gerald Palich, Lower fi9lWf, Sports Editor Editorial Staff WJ li'wllunn. in Brother Harold, Moderator Upperclassmen working on planning ancl layout PM Z gi , A . a,,,""'3 ,ga-v I Senior Editor .... Junior Editor .... Sports Editor .... ' Q M., . L Re porter Staff THE STAFF Larry Kelly Greg Collins Jerry Palich Feature ......... Rory O'Neil News.......... REPORTERS John Quine Leland Richard Ed Grinder Tom Tulenko Tim Tulenko PHOTOGRAPHY Vic Rilling Dan Haynes Jim Dougherty . Terry Goddard SPECIAL ASSISTANCE John Labut Bill Harris Steve Hetey Charles Scheatzle TYPI STS Ed Grinder Dave Gruccio LAYOUT Jim Caetta Gary Smith MODERATOR Brother Harold ROW ONE: Greg Collins, Dennis Kraus, john Sabolesky, john Stallar, Peter Baldicci, john Macak, Daniel Baker, james Patch, James Falanga. ROW TWO:Dennis Han-igal, Edward Riegler, Gregory Blanche, Mike Urbano, Thomas Buzzi, Tom Podobnik, jim Caetta, John Lappin, Emil Lutz, Louis Falcione, joseph Lionette. ROW TI-ERIE: Torn Hull, Dennis Stanley, David Robb, Larry Kelly, John Englehart, Timothy Garrett, William Clerkin, Hank Merlitti. S TUDEN T CUUNCIL STUDENT COUNCU. OFFICERS: left to right, Steve Sitko, Secretary, Rory O'Nei1, President, Steve Caiola, Vice-President, Kenneth Dannemiller, Treasurer. ' ' "' Ta ' ' 'Y ' W' QV' i "- -"1 , ' r' . Y 'fi' Y "" 'QI . X ' JIIIHIIILI ' ,, 1 , .i 1 We I n xii lf: lvl A ' 1 so i Xi ry- K -- , , f SEATED: David Hottensmith, Thomas Hura, David Sinar, John Snyder, Brother john Ptaszek Moderator, john Green, john Kasarda, Jesse Cartwright, John Wierzbicki. ROW ONE: john Smith, William O'Connor, William Drugan, Ed Hura, Walter Drugan James Finan, james Caetta, Michael Scalera, Jerry Leyden, Andrew Kasarda, Denzil Hoff, Tim Topper, William Hayes. ROW TWO: Tom Amshey, Joseph Kunkle, john Bailey, Angelo Natoli, Mike Glancy, John Reidel, Robert Kosman, William Harris, James Kaiser, Robert Lachowski. RIFLE CL U8 Br. John Pfoszek instructs Michael Scolera. ll Mwwm, Zeroing in on the forget are Mike Gloncey ll William Harris, and John Snyder. f N we 4' Q V f W M yyyy r 5 2 1 if ii It .N PHUTUGRAPIIY CL UB Kneeling: Andrew Ligas, James Finan, George jenney, Thomas Giovinozzo, Vincent Pianalto, Edward Brunyanski, Louis Brunyanski Standing: Constantine Kubilus, John Hranilovich, Oleh Wolanyk, Thomas Logan, Philip Rice, Brent Reed, Alan Difiore, Donald Stephens. CHESS CLUB i , H.X 1 1. Wal ll- M Yi- I E11 'Jai - , LQ 'Sill K3 IL 1 ., , x 1 , , A I ' Z fv 3 1,3 1 5 f A 5 I L Seated: james Truman, Andrew Kasarda Standing: Francis Meyers, Kevin Kearns, William Wilsterman, Brother Vincent RADIU CLUB Row One: Robert Prexta, Richard Witwer, Vincent DeLuca, Brent Reed, Andrew Kasarda. Row Two: Gregory Hackett, Steven Kalafus, John Macak, Raymond Herdina Lawrence Herman, Michael Mitchen. Standing: john Partz, Brother Donard CHEMISTR Y Cl. UB ' .1 sf 1 1 he -- H, tg X23 1 .. Q Q X Left to Right: A1 Smith,Kenneth Stiles, Phillip Howard, Ed Grinder, Anton Habenschuss, Terrence Godard, Jerry Leyden, Stephen Csipke, Thomas Higgins, Greg Collins, Brother Melanus, Moderator ART CLUB ffaf D S .m 1 .3 Bxother Harold, Stanley.Kareski, James Wagner, Leland Richard, Raymond Welsh, Richard Prexta. BIULUGY CLUB KNEELING: James Truman,Presidentg Stephen Kalafus, John Kozak, Clayton Samels, Denis Hughes Thomas Tulenko, Timothy Tulenko, Arthur Romito. 3 STANDING: Dennis Hoskins, james Fryer, James Martin, Daniel Peteya, Charles Zodrow William McVay, Robert Kosman, Leonard Janchar. auvm visual cz ua BOTTOM ROW: Thomas Hull, Brother Richard Foley, Alan Difiore, SECOND ROW: Thomas Pinto, James Finley, George Richards, THIRD ROW: Thomas Spellman, Conasntine Gubbiless, James Burrell, Angelo Fortunate, Thomas Giovinouo. LIBRARY STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Thomas Shaffer, Joseph Bagila, Gerald Palich, Jerome Maroon, Victor Caras, John Labut, Micheal Scalera, joseph Tultz, Charles Stalter. i Q1 O 775 l O 3 y y y ROW ONE: L.Brunya.nsky, I. Pinto, P. Smith, I, Taylor, J. Keblesh, F, Stefan, F. Machak, T, Burrell, L, McVan, R, Marzano. ROW TWO: D. Hemming, Frank Balchak, J. Stollar, R. Falb, I.Mosa1uso, M, Szalay, J. Siglock, R. Sabolesky, A. Murray, G.Fa1-mer, J, Martine, T. Shannon, T.Lead:i.ug, Mr. A.C1auss. ROW THREE: Mr. J, A, Scaduto, I, Dohner, T, Pinto, R. Rickert, J. Bailey, L. Fisher, J, Nagy, M,BO2,tVlf1'ight, R. Buynak, D. Siegfirth, R. Adamsky. WORK CREW Below, Mr. Sccdufo gives Junior Tim Shannon some pointers on the use of The floor polisher. Above, Mr. Clouss Tells Junior Dove Siegferfh The proper procedure for cleaning the halls. I DANCES VALENTINE DANCE V y v- 'a gm f EASTER DANCE 'T' 'H I sa K - Q .W L . Row 1: Angelo Fortunato, Emil Gallay, William Mc Keever, Steven Tillotson, Dennis Testa, Daniel Riley, Leonard Nalencz, George Spencer, joseph Kovalcik, Richard Mungo, Daniel Baker, Raymond Habyan, Edward Grinder. Row 2: John Quine, Rory O'Neil, John Sahyada, Horst Oswald, William Rottmaybr, Charles Sear, Guenter Posjena, Eugene Schulman, Greg Collins, Brother Cletus C. S. C. TENNIS .lbs-arf' D D , yr if? ' Ror O'Neil smashes another serve as Guenfer Pos'ena . 5, S Y W y my yywy Q D watches wide-eyed. f' V- 1.i'T57.z - X . .sk V ",Yf5"mwTQ3isr, 'H W .2f!Mi"iFs' -5 ,lf fi" I fai- ls sslrlsezesiriii-EeQ25lt55?rs11?sE s fs-asses 'K i 'S ff SASL. ,g W, W, ,M , UTM ,gsm H , wa-. I , if i, ,. 3 I.-. 4, F. S? I Alu, ' ,.., fy, fzvgxg- - f k Q X L, Q ,3 , 47 -3- mr V ', ,V , 15, ,X , U a A31 Q ,, l , ,M 'Y 1 kv-5 1541 ff' 11444, 33 3 gm ' 5 ,Q, ,sip 5 f 'Q N "iii '55, I 5 S3 Li f' ff 'imma 1 2 A',.f, . :QQ ' , '-ek 1 my 7 - , iz' mi A F . 5 fx E' , . E' 1 3 4, I K ffl!! . sf,v W ig Q gif 4 tg ,V 1 I 'X M , H . K gg 5. 'Fl' a G ' , ! 51 , 2' I ' 1 5 'V - ? 4352 rl iw I 1, " ?' -Q.. 'nu ew' fi , if 5 1 5 B I 5 6 H+ M. NNN, - ' Q Q4 3' NY, . ROW 1 : John Spaulding, George Caraciolo, Bob Prarat, Ronald Omdorf, Joseph Johann, Bob Osbome, Jim Maurer, William Duve, Edward Liebert, Walter Drugan, A1 Smith, Raymond Welsh, Aurthur Wisniewski, David Slick, Joseph Henretta. ROW 2 g Mike Urbano, jerry Obarski, William Henry, Walter 0'Connor, james Wagner, David Deger, james Strausser, Henry Merlitti, Charles Nash, William Bause, Ronald Prrxta, Alder Cikra, john Wade, William Man-ell, Allen Beck, Kerry Ahern. ROW 3 : Coach Carlin, Coach Subert, William DeLuca, Thomas Dunn, David Saal, Danial Howard, Richard Biasella, David Hottensmitl Richard Skoff, Gary Howieson, Edward Jendrisak, George Jacobs, Robert Mittiga, Robert Spellman, George Morgan, James Rolland, Coach Halverson. ROW 4 : joseph Lionetti, Walter Rowan, john Murray, Steve Stiko, joseph Kalmar, Millard Ochs, Reynold Desman, Gerard Ionke, Thomas Moore, John Seman, John Darmstadt, Bemard Zaucha, John Clark, Thomas McMenemy, Richard Farrell, Barry Denbrock. TRACK lr, A N 5 A ' f f x 'S Lk is Q " Here jim Maurer goes 5'9" in the meet. He cleared 6' unofficially. Mike Urbano flashes the form that gave him the school record at 10'10". 61 GOLF james Mong, Thomas Podobnik, Stanley Sever, Bud MqAnaJ1an, Blbther Clarence C. S, C Our Senior SLAMMIN SAM --- Capt. Bud McAna11en fs.-g ' A x x f. U N, , x - ' X Many people combined their various talents to help the stuclents and faculty with the production of this our Eighth 'Annual'Spring Musical 63 PROC MANHATTAN RHAPSODY M"S'e'0fCe'e"'O"ie "Rhapsody in Blue" . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gershwin "This Could Be the Start of Something" ............. Allen Virginia Abell Maryann Arcuri Delores Belits Dolores Bocko Mary Cusick Kathy Dean Christine Kern .Wi laudia Sprague ally Tawney anice Weaver awrence Heard oseph Joliet ohn Murray obert Osborne "SideBySicle"......... .. ............Woocls "l've Got Plenty of Nothing" . . . . . . . 1 . . . .Gershwin TROLLEY TWOSOMES Marilyn Halabrin Elizabeth McNeill Thoodore Dohnel' I2meS Martin Patricia McGuire Louise Skuban Raymond Madonia Hugh Rice OLD LAMPLIGHTERS Frank Alexander Richard Kral Pavid Richards Frank Bauman Marty Lappin Victor Rogers MANHATTAN MISSFITS Kay Brooker Roberta Rogers Thomas Brooker James Bul-neue Ragtime Manhattan "Saint Louis Blues" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Honcly-Durham .W it s DAPF .mcent Ma Manhattan . . . .James-Bessie-Goodman . . Hagen . . Kohn-Donaldson AND POLICE jam Joh! Mic AND DOLLS Peggy Forman David Slick Gus Stuhldreher '-vl3.,.:5I?3w Ft, r V Claudia Sp Irene Iendrisak Sally Tawney Judy Pierce Eileen jursick Dougherty Carol King Lynda Franz Rosemary Kmetz Ond Marilyn Ggll Jeanne Lewis er John Kassinger John Riedel Janice Weaver Roberta Rpgers janet Shorder Laura Waymnn Susan Zimmerman 5-F I r 1 5 n Concert Band Program Here Comes the Band" ......... Willcocks horge of the Llght Brigade . Novelty Narrator: Thomas Gill ellow Wnnds Theodore Scheeser, Bb Clax-in Frederick Franks, Alto Saxo Nicholas Tholt, Alto Saxop James Falanga, Tenor Saxo Peter Procaccio, Tenor Sax the Duke "Take the 'A' Train" "Satin Doll" The Grand Finale "Rhapsody in Blue" ........ Gershwin-Grofe rl Q Q gin.:-11 5 fl .. mv . .Q g K 91.6. .J , Q iw -Q x A. Aw, 2, , ' 's.. ' X--N. ' "--V... A ff.--f A---.- gm. A -X A an r '...Ev.-lNSw,,, K -Q1-L,.,,,ia......g,'. 1 . x "wi 7"jA'4f' ' v,fi7'?"' M ay' 5' ,' -kL...w .mwl J .-3, X wtfcnsfik . -,4cEiiS,n,X. . 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A - . ' . K - -f .. , X. --- N 1 X 1 iff K +44 'law M: Wg. -N " -i 'Q' 5 - Q '- ' xx . Q .A .. A ,.., mm N E vv LA. be F mx Q2 kk F .. li Nw. an 4.95, N-. I 5 G LCA- K 1" BROTHER PEDRO C. S. C. PRINCIPAL BROTHER SIGISMUND C VICE - PRINCIPAL 13- .S.C. 11 Y' I CCCTCCI I ii BROTHER JOHN BENESH C.S.C. PREFECT OF DISCIPLINE I Brother Anthony C.S.C. Brother Clarence C.S.C. Brother Cletus C.S.C. Faculty Chef Religion Religion Printing French Golf Coach Typing Tennis Coach X smifzk Brother Donon C.S.C. Brother Donord C.S.C. Brother Eligius C.S.C Religion Physical Science English French Constructional Geometry Freshmen Sponsor Assistant Swim Coach Study Hall Assistant Freshman Sponsor Physics Intramurals Science Department Head Assistant Bus Driver Brother Eugene C. S. C. World History Religion Sophomore Sponsor Bookstore Wikis. Brother Fabian C. S. C. Brother Fergus C. S. C Housekeeper 1 Business Law Economics Study Hall Swimming Coach Brother Gerald C.S.C. Brother Gregory C.S.C. Brother Harold C. S.C, English Woodworking English Assistant Director- Metal Working 10111-naligm School Play Maintenance Religion Intramural Basketball School PHPCI' Advisor Art Club Moderator Brother Hugh C.S.C. Brother James C.S.C. Brother John Aubry C.S.C Mechanical Drawing U-5.HiStOIY Algebra Association of St.Joseph Religion Assistant Director- Glee Club Dramatics Moderator Brother John Benesh C.S.C. Brother John of the Cross Brother John Ptclszek C.S.C. C.S.C.l . Plane Geometry F1'eIlCh English Analytic Geometry Librarian Typing Trigonometry Rifle Club Moderator Prefect of Discipline Detention prefect Brother Liguori Latin English Religion Study Hall Publicity C.S.C. Brother Marius C.S.C. Biology Biology Science Club Testing Program Director Senior Sponsor .ez Br.. Brother Melonus C.S.C. Chemistry Religion Landscaping Chemistry Club Testing Program-Assist rl 'Th- .I Brother Owen C.S.C. Brother Pedro C.S.C. BFOTHGI' ROym0r1d C.S.C. Religion Principal Maintenance Department Latin Advanced Algebra ' Book Store 73 , A.-i' .f X ,1- Brother Richard Foley C.S.C. Swimming Team Assistant Swimming Coa Secretary Sacristan Audio-Visual Moderator C Brother Richard Johnson C.S.C. Brother Robert C.S.C Vocational Math Geometry Religion Cheerdeaders Typing Treasurer i Q .RQ Qwaw Brother Roger C.S.C. Brother Roy C.S.C. Brother Sigismund C.S. U- 5-G0Vel'HmeDt Varsitl' Band Vice-Principal Religion Freshman Band English English English Glee Club Moderator Typing Religion Head of Religion Dept Music Department Religious Bulletin 74 '36 Brother Thomas C.S.C. Trig-Solid Geometry Woodworking Metal Working Religion Stage Manager Maintenance Mr. John Brennan Algebra Geometry Assistant Sophomore Sponsor Brother Vincent C. S. C. Maintenance Mr. Paul Baldicci Atheletic Director Physical Education Director Discipline Committee Biology ,4'N YP! XX Wei-,fl if if A Mr. Lawrence Ambrose Algebra Music Dept sa Mr. Barry Carlin Assistant Freshmen Football Coach Freshmen Basketball Coach Assistant Track Coach Health Physical Education 75 Mrs. Helen Gehm Mr. James Haines Mr. Donald Halverson Cafeteria Manager Geography Physical Education Intramurals Physical Education General Math Track Coach Assistant Football Coach Assistant Basketball Coach ww-:S K Mr. James Leonard Mr. Joseph Scadufo Mr. Donald Schubert Latin Building Maintenance Speech Superintendant General Business Religion Physical Education Bookkeeping Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach pggfgvwf-1 5.-5 4-A Mr. William Semonin Mr, Donald Ungar English World History Latin n Religion Co-Sponsor of Jr. Class Ph0t0S1'U-PhY Ye ax-book Moderator Mr. James Weigond Mr. Robert Zupke American History U. S. Government Religion Football Coach Sociology Baseball Coach Musicale Costumes SEIIIORS Dennis Stanley, Vice Presiclenrp Dave Robb, Presidenfp Al Segecly Secretaryp Dan Hommontree, Treasurer. Roberl' Paul Abel II Bobll Football 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1 Lighting Crew 3, 4 Student Council 4 Prefect 4 Speech Contest 4 Intramurals 2, 3,4 N. fy. X IWNL X Tom Andres llTomll F ootball 1 Swimming l,2,3,4 Glee Club 2 Squires 4 Michael W . Ahern "Mike" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Squires 3,4 Yearbook 4 Prefect 4 Thomas Seiloe rt App II ll Football l Basketball 1,2 Prefect 4 allen: 'QT S. ws'- x C. Thomas Anders ll Tomll Baseball 4 Intermurals 3, 4 Robert William Averill llBobll Squires 4 Transferred In Junior Year Bernard Babb "Bernie" Swimming 2 Band 2 Stage Crew 2 Prefect 4 Paul Joseph Barr "Skinny" Intermural Basketball 2,3 Glee Club 1,2 Joseph Charle s Baglia ll Joel! Glee Club 1,2 Patrick Michael Barrett llpatll Glee Club 1, 2 .Tame s Stephen Balewick u Jimmyll Richard Milo Bass "Big Daddy" Frank Bauman "Frank" Football 1 Basketball 1 Band 1,2 Intermural Basketball X D' Dennis Benson nBenny-nl Glee Club 1, 2 Lighting Crew 2, 3, 4 Prefect 4 Intermurals 2,3,4 Robert S. Bazzell llBobll Kenneth Blackerby "Black Berry" Band 1 Glee Club 4 JUD- 81 ,NI- fv , .,.f I -wr '!,I ,f '. .'i!. Lawrence L, Bechter IILarryll Joseph M. Bowling "Joe" Kent Allan Broclbec k "Lover" Football 1 Rifle Club 3 Intermural Basketball 3, 4 Student Council 2 John Thomas Brooker IITOIHII Glee Club l Squires 2,3,4 Newspaper 4 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chess Club 3 Robert Dalton Buhl lIBobll Transferred In junior Year Band 3,4 Yearbook 4 Dennis Michael Burge s s llDennyll Band l,2,3,4 Swing Band 3,4 82 James Andre Burkhardt lIJ'iI-rl!! Glee Club 2, 3 Newspaper l Yearbook 4 Science Club 3 Robert G. Buynak IlBiI-dill Interrnural Basketball 3,4 Rifle Club 3 Chess Club 1 James Vito Caelfa "Big Jimi' Football l,2,3 Track 3 Rifle Club 2,3,4 Newspaper 3,4 Yearbook 3,4 Intermural Basketball 3,4 Timothy H. Canan "Canon" Football l Basketball 1,2 Prefect 4 fs. , Stephen Michael Caiola "Hof Lips" Student Council 4 Band l,2,3,4 Prcfect 4 Swing Band F ransis David Capan "ScaHerbrain" Joseph William Campbell llJoell Football 1,2 Glee Club 2 YH'-"Y Glee Club l,2,3,4 Yearbook 3 Speech Contest 2 Rifle Club 3 6+ fl' 8' N James G . Casenhiser Il Golf 4 Rifle Club 3 Prefect 4 Usher 3,4 Intramurals 3,4 83 Bruce Covonaugh ll U glyn Usher 3,4 Joseph Mark Ciriello llJoell Basketball l Track l Swimming 3 Band 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Joseph F. Cheslock Il-loell Intramurals 4 Robert Kenneth Coffman IIBwbIl Football l Basketball 1 Golf 4 Glee Club l Prefect 4 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 84 Joseph Colmar Cincurok IIB Uzzll Football 1,2 I Intramurals 3 Anthony Colette uBruceH Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Band l,2,3,4 Mission Club 2 Swing Band 4 Intramurals 1,2 Michael Dennis Joseph Collins "Mike" Football 1 Basketball 1 clee Club 2, 3 62 David T. Conroy "Dave" Swimming l, 2, 3, 4 Rifle Club 2 Band 1,2 Newspaper 2 Yearbook 3 Konald E. Crawford John Frank Constantine "John" y . Frank P. Crampron "Frank" Rifle Club 2,3 Prefect 4 Play 4 Science Club 2,3 ll ll James L . Cross l u-jimn Football l Usher 3,4 85 Gary Currons "CUHle" Prefect 4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Robert P. Dadik llBObll Basketball 1,2 Squires 3,4 Yearbook 4 Student Council 4 Michael .Tame s Davey uvMikeun Basketball l Baseball 4 Band 1 Glee Club 2,3,4 Student Council l Intramural Basketball 4 John Michael Darmstadt 2 :. ' A " Sidneyvl N' ' ' ' T r a C k 2 Y 3 , 4 . j , gr ' k .. , ,Lal - Swimming 2 , 3, 4 ff!! Q -4.-' f '," f- Tennis 3 Rifle Club 2, 3 'ftf , 86 Intramural Basketball 3, 1 James Elton Dannemiller ll Jirnll Glee Club Officer 4 Squires 2 Glee Club l,3,4 Student Council l,3,4 Speech Contest 2,4 Chess Club 3 Michael Paul Dejocimo "Mike-' Basketball 1 Golf 4 Prefect 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Usher 4 William Paul Delcigronge "Bi lly-Button" Football 1 Golf 3 Baseball 4 Band 1,2, 3 Prefect 4 Intramurals 1,3,4 Swing Band 1, 2, 3 Fredrick Deffling "Fred" Anthony J. DeMifo llTonyll Band 2 Joseph J. Donofelli "Poison" Glee Club 2,3,4 Mission Club 2 E Edward Joseph Den hoim nEdu Basketball 1,2 Golf 4 Student Council 1 Football 1 F Patrick Doyle "Oilly Doyley" Band 1, 2 Intramurals 3 87 iillrggp 4 -Q55 Michael Edward Drapcho "Sweetwater" Squires 4 Intramurals 3,4 John H, Englehart "Baldie" Football 2,3,4 Basketball 1,3 Stage Crew 4 Student Council 2,3,4 Intramurals 2,4 Ushers 3 Walter J. Drugan "Wally" Football 1 Intramurals 3,4 Track 3,4 Swimming 1 Baseball 1 Rifle Club 3,4 Glee Club 1,2 Thomas Dukeman !lDukell Glee Club 1,2 Prefect 4 Intramural Basketball l, Thomas Anthony Englehart ll Tom!! Intramural Basketball 2 Rifle Club 2,3 Glee Club 2 Prefect 4 88 Michael Fagan "Mike" William Farr "Furley" Terrence Fitzpatrick ll-rerryll Swimndng L2 Band 1,2,3 Intraniurals 1,2 James Ray Finan "Jim" Rifle Club 4 Lighting Crew 3,4 Yearbook 4 Prefect 4 Photo Club 4 Ken B. Flafing "Brucfer" Football 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2, Yearbook 4 Usher 2,4 Intraniurals 2, 3,4 89 'CI' James Finley "Jim" Swinuning l Rifle Club 3 Glee Club 3 Yearbook 4 Science Club 4 Chess Club 2,3 Audio Visual 3,4 Michael Fleming llMikeU Football 1 Glee Club 2,3 Student Councill Sfon Flower llsfcnll Transferred in jr. Year Football 4 Basketball 3 Intramurals 4 Q95 ' Paul Gallagher "Butterball" Football 1,2 Track 1,2 Glee Club 1,2 Squires 1,2,3,4 Newspaper 2,3,4 Yearbook 1,2 Student Council 3,4 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Dove Dominic Forfunofo "Mirror" Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball l,2,3 Track 3 Class Officer 1 Glee Club l Yearbook l Stephen Ganocy "Meadowlark" Science Club 2, 3 Chess Club 2, 3,4 Intramural Basketball 4 Frederick Thomos Franks "Fred" Band 1, 2, 3,4 Science Club 1, 2, 3 Swing Band 2,3,4 Charle s Garrett "Charlie" Football l,2,3,4 Basketball l Glee Club 1,2 Stage Crew 1,2 Student Council Play 4 1,2 if Robert Gary "Finger s" Intramurals 2,4 Football l,2, 3,4 Basketball 1 Tennis 3,4 Squires l,2,3,4 Speech Contest 3,4 Prefect 4 Dennis Lazupas Gerbetz llDennYll Glee Club 1 Glee Club Officer l .W yi Wayne Gary Ilway-nel! Football 2 Track 3, 4 Rifle Club 3 Lighting Crew 3, 4 George Michael Gaugler "George" Track l Glee Club 2 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 David Edward Gill IlDaVell Glee Club l Speech Contest 3 Thomas Robert Gill H Tomi! Baseball 2,4 Band l,2,3,4 Yearbook 2,3 Intramural Basketball 1 91 James Michael Giustino Il Jirnll Glee Club 4 Science Club 3 Edward M. Hahn ll H V Michael D. Grimm "Mike" Rifle Club 2 Band 1 Squires 2 Newspaper 2, 3 John William Hollahcm "Shahn" Rifle Club 2 Glee Club 1 Chess Club 2,3 92 Gary Hcdclox llpepll Football 3, 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1,2 3 4 3 f Intramurals 3, 4 Charles Hammer "Chuck" Football l Daniel Edward Hammontree ll Dann Swimming Manager. 3,4 Baseball 3,4 Class Officers 4 Intramurals 2,3,4 Football 3,4, Walter G . Harrington ll-,erryll Dennis Harrigal Football 2 uDen Den!! Track 2 -Swimming 1,2 Football 2,3 Prefect 4 Baseball 2 Science Club 2,3 Student Council 1, 3,4 Lighting Crew 2, 3, 4 Prefect 4 John Patrick Hegarty "Jake" Glee Club 1, 2 Science C1ub 2 Richard Lee Heinl Il Dickll James Joseph Henaughan Glee Club 2 nHUm.eru ii. P aul Edward Herald Ill-lorryll Robert S. Hilgert llBobll Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Robert Hilt "Bowinkle" Intramurals 4 Michael Louis Horvath "Symbols" Band 1,2,3 Chess Club 1,2 Band Officer 1,2,3 4 Tom Howard IIFUZZYII Football l,2,3,4 Squires 4 Student Council 1 Prefect 4 Intramurals 1,2, 3 Daniel John Hoynes llDGnnyll Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1 Track 3, 4 Squires 4 Newspaper 1, 2, 3,4 Yearbook 1,2, 3,4 J ohn Hranilovich ll Johnll Football 1,3 Glee Club 4 Student Council Prefect 4 George Warren Jenny "Georgie" Sw1mm1ng 2 3 Intramural Basketball 4 Newspaper 3 Science Club 2 Joseph David Kalmar "Professor" Phillip Paul Kamlows ky Edward Kane "Sugar" Football 1,2 Glee Club l Newspaper 4 F00tb2.1l 1, 2 llclarnll Basketball l Track 3,4 Swimming 1,2 Basketball 1 Golf 1 Rifle Club 2,3 . Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Intramural Basketball 3, Glee Club 1 Glee Club 2,3,4 Usher 2,3 Chess Club 2 Yearbook Co-editor 4 Science Fail' 2 Stanley John Kareski nstann Thomas Joseph Kane Art Club 4 "Ruin" Track 4 Football l Stage Crew 2 Student Council 2 96 John Nicholas Kavali "Snake" Glee Club 2, 3 Thomas Keller ll Tom!! Band l,2,3 Newspaper 4 Prefect 4 Intramurals 1 'gpg--4 'i' x Bernard Klein "Bernie" Intramural Basketball l,2,3,4 Student Council l Prefect 4 ii Lawrence Michael Kelly "Senator" Football 2,3 Intramural Basketball 1, 3,4 Tennis 2, 3 Student Council Officer 3 Newspaper 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Robert H. Klocker "Big Bob" Swimming 1,2 Lighting Crew 2, 3, Yearbook Co-Editor Intramurals 3,4 Prefect 4 X 97 4 4 fin...- Qu- 1-slr. W' x. ik iw' X 5- ei mx, Harry King "Flick" Robert Joe Kraft llHeadII Intramural Basketball Rifle Club 4 Band 2 Glee Club l Stage Crew 2,4 'Q-u., James Krimmer llJimll Basketball l Richard Howard La ppin John Sfane ly Le pkowski " Nonnie" Football l,2,3,4 Basketball l,2,3,4 Baseball l,2,3 Class Officer l,2,3 Glee Club 2 Newspaper 1 Student Council 2,3, 98 Prefect 3 , , W , "Rack-' Mark Kunkel ,,KUnk,, Football 2 Newspaper 4 Prefect 1 Transferred In Sophomore Year II1U'2mUl'31S 1,4 Andrew F. Ligas ,"Andy" Thomas Wayne Logan Basketball 2, 4 "Tanker" Rifle Club 2 Newspaper 1, 4 ' . science Club 1,2,3 Swlmmmg 1'2'3f4 James M. Manion ll Jin-H-nyu Audio-Visual Club 3 Rifle Club 3,4 Richard Masturzo "Dick" Q S. Richard P. Markov "Big Dick" Intramurals 3, 4 Delmont E, McAllen ucandyll Football 4 Basketball 4 Golf l, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Newspaper 4 Qu, HDR: 0X 1 Peter A. Markwald ulMarkyll Track 1 Tennis 2 Intramurals 1 Band 1, 2, 3 Stage Crew 4 George Mc Carthy "Charlie" Intramurals 2, 3, 4 99 Charle s Mc Guinne s s ll SH Glee Club 2,3 Thomas Me rzweiler llTonyll Band 1,2 Band Officer 2 Squires 2 Ralph McMullen "Alfre" Football 4 Richard C, Menendez nDiC ki!! Intramurals 4 Chess Club 3 Laszlo Miklosi llLeSH Glee Club 2 John M1lec Johnny" Band 2, 3,4 100 Q David J. Milner ll Daveyn Glee Club l,2,3,4 Speech Contest 2,3,4 cz' Q, John M . Murray "Bones" Basketball 1 Track 4 Band Officer 1 Band 1, 2, 3,4 Squires 3,4 Newspaper 1,4 Yearbook 4 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Russell Joseph Miraglia uRusn Glee Club 2 David John Naples llNapeu Basketball 1,2 Student Council Stage Crew 4 Science Club 3 101 1 fb- "W"-s David M . Morris "Moss" Angelo Vincent Natoli ll Natll Football 1 Rifle Club 2, 3,4 Stage Crew 4 Chess Club 2,3,4 Intramurals 4 a- 1 ..--I wi fl' I fl ,.,1 1 Rory Hugh O'Neil "Rocking Rory" y Tennis l,2,3,4 'Class Officer 3 Student Council Officer 4 Glee Club Officer 4 Glee Club 2,3,4 Newspaper 3,4 Student Council 2,3,4 Speech Contest 2,4 Science Club 3 Thomas Benson Orr ll Tomll Jerry Martin O'Reilly Football 1, 2 "Swivle Hips" Swimm ins 2 Band 1 Football 1, 2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2 Class Officer 1, 2, 3 Printing 1,2 Newspaper 1, 2, 3 Student Council 1, 2 Horst Franz Oswald "Ozzie" Tony Pace Tennis 3,4 nRomeon Speech Contest l Science Club 2, 3 Chess Club 2,3 Football 1,2 Intramural Basketball 4 Glee Club 1, 2 Robert John Osborne llozzll if L . V ri- Football 1, 2, 3 ,yp p Basketball 1 ,Pg 4 1 if as f 'sy s.s,'f , , 1 , 5 Baseball 1 ' as S q u i re S 2 7 3 , 4 5:LEi.i'nsvIS sig. 3:3 1. fm' ,.i- s Eg IV. as Yearbook 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 , 3 Jerry Palich Thomas Andrew Penchalk "Pencl1" Prefect 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 "Mr. Press" Football 1, 2, 3 Ronald Paulus Te nnis 1, 2 ,s,4 Newspaper 4 II Ronll Prefect 3 Mission Club 2 Band 1,2 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Guenter S. Posjena "Big Gun" Tennis 2, 3, 4 Science Club 3 Intramurals 3, 4 r"' Ap-Q ,..., .,-'af sing., " or 22, 'Q 35.1307 Y Y 'Q 3 5: uh 'rf' ,mx 5 '71 I X '43 Q 11 . T129-' 'Eff 1 1 ' I 'Zsffi al R--cl I 'lwjrs f-3.5 V. . gl 3 wr.. ,.,. ,x I ., R 'f aj '5 .,wfv",'g1-' A. . X 331 wx-ALA 2.2" ,Q . ' . sq. . lf ,- fy 1.3514 -Q we-'Hx' .,'.'f,n-'A 1, 'ssl " 3'?fHf'j'ff,?:-rf"'f .5'- , Q . I its 31:1 .'??1'15Qig9se3v -3 rr ' . - ' ' 4- ' ' ' . . - I.. .A "ig f?5e,ffg.n5Q.-if, 9: ' , ,I .,a.,.,v- .,. ge' ,'., . f eq... Q: . Q .,- if Alex Poszfl IIALII Glee Club 3 'S Richard Paul Prexfa ll Dickll 103 Peter Procas sio llpetell Gary J. Quatraro Band 1, 2, 4 H H swing Band 2, 3,4 GUY Louis H. Reyman ' "Honey Bear" Football 3 Glee Club 2,3,4 Prefect 4 Leland K, Richard "Richard" Glee Club 1,4 Newspaper 1,4 Speech Contest 1 Play 4 Science Club 2 104 John R. Quine Jr. "Jack" Tennis l, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club Officer 4 Glee Club l,2,3,4 Newspaper 4 Student Council 3,4 Science Club 2, 3 Chess Club 3 John J. Riedel "Longshot" Rifle Club 4 Band 1,2,3,4 Squires 4 Victor R. Rilling "Shutter Bug" Football l Basketball 1 Track 3 Newspaper 1, 2, 3,4 Yearbook 1, 2, 3,4 Intramurals 4 Squires 4 iw, Q, .51 William Arthur Rottrnayer 'IR-Otll Football l Tennis 3,4 Band 1,2 Chess Club l,2,3 David Robb "Dave" Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 2, 3,4 Glee Club 1,2 Glee Club Officer 1, 2 Squires l Student Council 2, 3,4 Prefect 4 Edward Allen Royer " Tedward" Basketball 1 Stage Crew 3,4 Paul George Robinson "Fine Guy" Intramural Basketball 3, 4 Rifle Club 3,4 Stage Crew 4 Chess Club l Robert W, Ruffing llBObll Intramural Basketball 105 Air A591 it-. Wendell J. Ruppaner llwendyll Stage Crew 4 Edwin John Scdon ll Edu Charles Ryan "Chuck" Football 1 Dave John Samels "Frog Head" Basketball 2 Baseball 3,4 Glee Club 2,3, Squires 4 William Joseph Saul IlWi llyll Basketball 2 Baseball 3,4 Glee Club 2, 3,4 Squires 4 Peter John Savoy " Pete" Band 1,2,3,4 Squires 4 Newspaper 1 Prefect 4 Michael Rocco Scalera llMikelI Swimming 1,2 Rifle Club 4 Band l,2,3 Lighting Crew 4 Michael Scheeser llMikell Band Officer 2 Stage Crew 2 Prefect 4 Fred J . Scagl ione Theodore Charles Scheeser Ilscugll Football 1 IlTedIl Basketball l Band1,2,3 4 Prefect 4 r lf E51 'C 2? Q x 'Q- We Q 4 Edson O. Scanlan llEdll Yearbook 2,3 Stage Crew 4 Science Club 2 Parking Crew 1,2 Intramurals iii? 1 Lee Charles Schismenos ee ndl , 4 s lffgi Swing B nd 2'3'4 '14, -- K -. ' . - n ll ii 1 . Ii g rirsig ifj L jrel wg 3 f::gfr,,-: in K , QE B a n d Of f 1 c e r 4 15551 5 Xfffiel. 11.12 I B 3 2 3 4 53 fl' 357:53 i ,xiii Q 5 J : rim wif Lfvsmgil a ' S "X . ---1"-1 -I-1-:fn 'Q if l'x'-59?-Iii? TV -3 3 X . -as in I fa JF X 'M JM 1 gi 2 5 2 Ei 'X , r,?qHg Ki: gif Q x 2 W wr K S Y Thomas Schweitzer ll ll Rifle Club 2 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Charles Edward Schofzinger "Scholz" Swimming 2, 4 Rifle Club 2 Prefect 4 Intramurals 4 Joseph Charles Sear "Charley" Tennis 3,4 Lighting Crew 2, 3,4 Yearbook 4 Chess Club 4 Mission Club 1,2,4 Intramural Basketball 3,4 Gerald Schewifzer ll Jerryll Transferred In Sophomore Year Glee Club 2 Alan George Segedy llBig All! Football 1 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Class Officer 4 Glee Club 2 Student Council l Prefect 4 108 Ronald George Shaffer lIRonlI Stage Crew 3, 4 John Christophe r Shannon lliohnll Football l,2,3,4 Basketball 1 Baseball l,2,3,4 Glee Club 1 Lighting Crew 3,4 Prefect 4 William A. Sherman "Drummer Boy" Swimming 2 Rifle Club 2 Band Officer l,2,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Carl Terry Shoaff "Sho--off" Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1,2, 3,4 Intramurals 4 John Siegferth "Hunter" Prefect 4 Charles Kenneth Stalder "Chuck" Football 1 Glee Club l 109 Dennis Earl Stanley "Stan" Football l,2,3 Class Officer l,2,4 Newspaper 4 Yearbook 1,2 Stage Crew 2,3,4 Student Council 2, S I Donald C. Stephens Jr. llDonll Glee Club 2, 3 Photo Club 4 Intramurals 4 James Philip Strausser "J.B.-' Track 3, 4, Intramurals 4 Frederick Kenneth Trout "Fish" Prefect 4 l Tim Topper "Tiny Tim" Football 1 Tennis 1 Rifle Club 2,3,4 Glee Club 1,2 Art Club 4 Science Club 1 110 Frederic Charles Thomas "Water Boy" Football 2 Basketball 1 Band 1,2 Science Club 1,2 Intramurals 2,3,4 Barry Van Kirk "Bookworm" Rifle Club 2 Newspaper 1, 2 Science Club 1 Intramurals 4 K ilu- sg sf-1 i Michael Vocke "Mike" J ames Bornard Wagner ll-limll Swimming 1, 3 Band 1,2,3,4 Squires 3,4 Prefect 4 Usher 3 Intramurals 2 James Michael Watson ll Docll William W. Warner IIBFIIII Glee Club 2 Baseball 3 Rifle Club 2,3 Band 2, 3 Prefect 4 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Thorrias Walsh Il ll Glee Club 4 Parking Crew 3 John Stanley Wierzbeski "CrickeH" Swimming 1,2 Rifle Club 2,3,4 111 James William Wiesemann ll Jimll Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4 19 William Maurice Wilson "Bill" Band 1, 2, 3,4 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 William J. Wilsferman "Wee Willy" Glee Club Officer 1 Prefect 2 Chess Club 1,2,3,4 Richard Jerome Wifwer llDickylI Football l, 2, 3 Rifle Club 2 Stage Crew 3,4 Daniel Yourkoski ll Dcnll Track 4 Rifle Club 2, 3 Stage Crew 4 112 44" Frank Charles Yurchak "Yurch" Glee Club 2 SENIOR! Z! 'xii sf X. '29 gm N 5 Joseph R. Zeno ll-joel' Football 1,2,3 Basketball 1,2 Track 1,2 Rifle Club 3 Band 1,2 Student Council l ACTIUN Q X .w I eg. Y N"'Ns-me il . QQ, . 1 LENS NME? 221 ii 5 2532 N1 AUTUGRAGHS JUTIIORS Edward Riegler, Secretaryp Kenneth Dannemiller, Vice President, Steven Sifko, Presjdentp Dennis Kraus, Treasurer. Timothy Kelly John Killian Richard Kral Dennis Kraus Joseph Krill Donald Kucko john Labut Ralph Lammlein Martin Lappin james Laser Terrence Leading Siegfried Leipold Jerry Leyden joseph Linn James Lisic Fred Luecke William Macken Raymond Madonia Louis Mahony Donald Major David Martin john Martine Michael Matolyak james Maurer Dennis McAleese William McConnell Michael Miller McKinley Mills james Miraglia James Mong George Morgan 'john Mundy john Muren joseph Nagy james Oliver Michael Patnode Joseph Pepe William Phelps Ronald Prexta Charles Pullium Michael Raccuia Stephen Raumberger ll8 iv y? , 'M L ' M Lv 4 Yrs if f iw. K - ,fljif an ,., 2 f"555f5'i.3?kA -'U' We F Z V ' Q f'Lsiii51EgyE':L e " i fs Q' .W iffy L - 1- "5 ,j V -. 4 -h L I Q .V w K ix . X x t - N69 in N ...L x . xl' x 'x Y :fm .M ...e:,.:.,.: isifgwz ' 2' M 2- if fl, ragga ' , r' 355 l ' N fgf' M5 f fig Ewa r, 'uf' rf Ln -nv 5 Benq. 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Q sldsa i J 0 hu S e m 2 11 Q , ' li L a w r e n c e R, - '- Semelsberger james Semonin Stanley Sever in Q Michael Shaffer Timothy Shannon i vy' e David Siegfirth Steven Sitko Juniors Siegfried Leipold and Terence Leading perform an experiment in the chemistry lab. Here they are filtering a liquid to separate a solid from a sol- ution, an important laboratory procedure. 119 120 David Slick Alvin Smith Michael Snyder Carl Spataro Walter Stashkiw Richard Steinle Kenneth Styles Thomas Sullivan Richard Symanski William Thompson William Thomson Ernest Tonhaeuser Ralph Tucker Gerald Uhalley Ronald Ulrich James Urbanic Michael Urbano Thomas Vorndran Patrick Wack Charles Weidlich Raymond Welsh Robert Williams joseph Willis john Wilmott Frederick Wise Richard Wrobel Joseph Yourkoski john Zeno Paul Zinkann . f ir r ' Q A Q lm 'fsgyfz -W -Q, . is R X riff , S 171-7-' 5, ,fy f- .,,.: 4. ' W S. Z ::Z:1i5f,:i?W-Q: e ' 'dr fiwg. 2 L? re rf- fa K A ies' Ilfgg , I s.. . -ny if hu... - 219' fm. J -A , 4, Ke. ew ,s K 1 5 W .F 'ai-5' .,t: iii X 1? ii . eq, ,F 'U i Vxifssdfs NK KX K k T, s 15 . Q. M ,Vx N3 Y XQ A r rs S ,M , kr. - V, Q Qt X it 2 nw - 'V Mr. Ambrose and his fourth period algebra class fake time out fo pose for Cl picture. SQPHOIUGRES Peter Baldccci, Secreturyp Tim Garrett, Presidentp Tom Hull, Treasurerp Pct McDonald, Vice President. I ' 1 J r. ..-f fi 17' -J 1.1:-J D 51- 1 ., Q., K :,, fiiiiiyhiif- ZsT25'T.'. .,Q11Q:zie'1v . L 2'f-i-ef'S':f'wff.1 villas' K' R 9 CQ , X . rx Z2 Frank Alexander Louis Aloisi Thomas Amshey Dennis Antonino Bernard Archer Jack Arcuri Thomas Babb Richard Buchmann John Bailey Peter Baldacci Thomas Barnes Anthony Basile Dave Begallie Mark Berner Robert Betz Thomas Bialy joseph Biasella Anthony Bimuller Micheal Boatwright Frank Borkowski Gary Bowling Jerome Broadhurst Paul Buehler john Bukovesky Thomas Buzzi Richard Carver Russell Casale Lawrence Cattin George Cherpas Rudolph Ciarrochi Richard Colette James Cortesi Mark Berner David Deger Robert Deibel Vincent DeLuca David Dettling John Dettling Alan Difiore William Drugan Francis Eberhardt Stephen Englehart 'Kc 4. ,. ,Comma M-ff Till , fi? A el new Q' far 'Weir W, A.. -' ' We i s . , linkin xi N r W ' L x X , 5 ' v ., Q . L if W ,Sf f , L ' -K s. qs. ' At . . X ---4 .,. 'nl 4' 12111: V- V ...- as.- Mix. Qs' l 'cs 1 -N wg. . Q .'.L l gy . .arg in ., if kk bf if v li K 1 - 5 hu- al - W- as E' "M f V. " il B ' m :1 as 4 .. 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Sophomore students Russel Casale, Dave Violette, and Edward Steinmetz dissect a frog in 6th Period Biology class. 123 1.l Y J o x l -4 QQ iam TSX ' 'lm :mv x-. sam ,El , 4 Thomas Grimes Michael Guistino Paul Haas Richard Hackathorn David Hackett Thomas Haddox George Hammer William Hankins Jerome Harrigal William Harris Raymond Hartz Willard Hayes George Henley William Henry Lawrence Herman James Herndon Stephen Hetey Daniel Hibinger Lynn Hillegas Dennis Hoskins john Howard Denis Hughes Thomas Hull Thomas Ingersoll Thomas Jackson Leonard janchar Earl johnson Gerard jonke Stephen Kalafus Robert Kallman John Kareski joseph Keblesh Michael Kellogg Robert Kelly joseph Kerr Michael Kight Eugene Kirgesnex Michael Klancer john Kline Thomas Kohanski Robert Kosman john Kozak , or It ,P ...- X ,I f N t 'K xx X F K Q 51 lf ' . fm-ig . iora Ev if 35 'lr 5' we 'E A 1 1 Q - L ,t x 5-f . 'Q L x to 1 Sf Y. 3 A . "w, Q., f 4. 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L31 ."5',,,,.., ,fu Anthony Kozar Richard Kramer Gerald Kunkel Thomas Kunkel joseph Kunkel John LaCause Robert Lachowski Donald Lampasone Joseph Lampe Robert Lapadot George Lechner Edward Leiberth jess Lightner joseph Lionetti Donald Logan Philip Lowry john Lucas Lawrence Lucas Joseph Macaluso Jerome Maroon James Martin Thomas Maselli George Massad Lawrence Maurer Carl McAninch jerry McCarthy Patrick McDonald Thomas McMenemy john McPherran William McVay Jack Mehok Henry Merlitti James Michalec Terrence Mickunas Ronald Migden Michael Miller Michael Mitchen Robert Moore Thomas Moore Ronald Morris john Muhl james Mungo . 'V , X .S 1 .... - s X Q- .... ffxcr N, ' 'X K 5, .Q ., .rx . 3,4 of ,QVV fx 'faq ,Q w Tax in 'R 125 1 als. gng 'Nlr' L ,1n,, L ia af , , - K- v, Q.. ' if .. A w. 'Sf .-A : ,G rx I f'v?:.,:.f .-wr, A 4 1 A Ab i , . i rv an Z i .. 'mx -. Qt .a ,' W X Q . ,utff ,' ,,:yi:1..:: ir if va Ffkifiv 1 x QR 4' eff A ! PTC 4 12 6 john Murawski William Murawski james Murray James Nardell Jerome Obarski Gerald Offret Arthur Oldaker Michael Olenick Stephen Ondas Hugh O'Neil Ronald Orndnrf james Pace David Palisin Timothy Palmer Carlton Perkins Daniel Peteya Marshall Pierson Joseph Piglia Thomas Pinto Michael Pitz Thomas Podobnik james Porter John Portz Daniel Pouliot Anthony Praznik George Prickett Richard Rafferty William Ranallo Alan Rex Philip Rice George Richard james Richards Robert Rizzo Richard Robert Victor Rogers Albert Rolland Andrew Roman Arthur Romito John Rudy David Ruth Thomas Saal Robert Salem y rv Qu, 'Z-Fw, is uw- sa' sal, W I3 W H .Q S' . ,A 'Le f :24g.,r Fihfff K we px if +R.- en K, ,gi ie ,- -. P , Qfgjji 19" bk f,g,nQ e ..,, Y 4 Q 1 ,X v Qu' , .4-.Q fr. 4 . +4 L. "QQ K 'effigy K -q-ff sa rrrfzxr' , ee ,W :A fffgg Q ,L W nf X' 6 Ji rv A x X ,X ,rv . 534 2 , . Q 'v S3 L. -r 'f 'E gg ,E -sr- , Lexx X, KI sue arf at ' if u L y V v . ,Q X I N, -M. X. ,vs 1- ID sbs a 1 P' Q. 5 4 J' if xx? 3 ia . .Q il S , , W '6- .. N, Clayton Samels jeffrey Sass Robert Scales Timothy Scanlan Theodore Schaetzle Charles Semelsberge William Senecal Richard Sepelak Philip Setree Thomas Shaffer Gary Smith John Smith Robert Smith Kevin Spencer Stephen Stalder Edward Steinmetz John Stolfo Thomas Strottner Augustus Stuhldreher Geoffrey Sullivan Scott Summerville Edward Suscinski Edmond Taillon Nicholas Tholt . 'Qi A L9 r 1' 'S-"EQ dr ev it haf ,-gg fix l Sophomores Robert Moore, Anthony Kozar, and Tom Jackson work on o problem in geometry class. 127 Ronald Thompson Steven Tillotson james Truman Thomas Tulenko Timothy Tulenko Joseph Tultz Ralph Ulrich I Ieffe ry Van Oss A: i r David Violette T il f - Donovan Wall . ' 'T li Y' James Warner ' Robert Warner i - it Conrad Weigand , A David Weigand ' WU, Victor Weigand . Martin Wiesheier John Williams an ' l . Edward wise ' ' Michael wirchey ' gli Arthur Wizniewski Q ' , V Oleh Wolanyk pi T Robert Wolf N m A Robert Yamokoski N l Iames Yareff X 5' Charles Zodrow Sophomores .lim Yoreff, Jock Arcuri, Mark Berner, ond Tom Buzzi sfep to the music of Clyde Hopkins' Bond of the Sophomore Cotillion. The semi-formol dance was held on April l5, amidst o "depths in blue" theme. 128 'Qing . 93 0 1 , i is A 5 s f, , F if fx + e -is +1 UO , , L css g su... ' 3' le K. 'Q K X xfifz, ,. .. l rw' Q ia K 'lk 'E 2, A 1: bm. '7 , ...- 5' l Q: v' X x X -: . Q ' AIM A ...Q- .ie f' - wsivsfi ' . v, S Y X A . L, i W S' 'AN E i 'n'-7? .asa MX X. . -. at f ,Q ik V X 'gf 1'7RESi-lmfil John Slinger,Treosuerp Berbord Zoucha, Secrefaryg Robert Prarot Vice Presidenfp Emil Lutz, President. 4. gif 'Q We ' s ffv .t ,, C! '57 Y I T" Q I Q if . 'N 'sk 1 1 in ...f xr ,K Q.. , ,X Hxxlrl.. 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Q, at . l ME 5 SU X 1-.X tl A K ' Vxsxl H f ?1.f0.'i.l if .sr L11 ,,..r,,. . sl, 9'- fwf- f'.f.L I., I X 5' l ir .-NY 4 it ' L M" H C X 4. , nw... , 1 rp, . 0 Qc wil gg Oi Richard Cassidy joseph Chervenak Alder Cikra Mark Ciriello John Clark William Clerkin David Cole Richard Conner Bernard Conroy Edward Corvington Walter Corvington Charles Crano Robert Cutting James D'A1tori0 Richard Dannemiller X Ralph Dellisa Frank Davey Thomas Davidson Ronald Deger Barry Denbrock Anthony Denholm Patrick DeShane William Dohner James Dougherty Charles Downey John Dubravetz William Durbin Ronald Eberhardt John Ehnenfried Robert Evans Louis Falcione Gregory Farmer John Fasig Bruce Fate Robert Florig Robert Franjesh Thomas F ranjesh James Frient Gregory Friess Lawrence Gaxms Richard Garske William Gassie I s. -'-v-vfftsrw "Q A' eq t R gl i fs- Q- CZ A. V sl' Arw- l 163 if , of ...f all in X... 'fa-xfftii 4.1.-Q xl X 'Z'- 4 :CS 0 xL. 5, - f J' K Wig ' 'S-'iiilf eff! 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Hoban", freshmen clance at the Freshman Dance, the first big soc- ial event for the Class of '64, SENIOR DIRECTORY Abel, Robert P, , 997 Gardner Blvd. , Barberton Ahern, Michael W, , 681 Hayden Avenue Anders, Charles T. , 156 W, State Street, Barberton App, Thomas S, , 220 Castle Blvd. Averill, Robert W, , 1757 Third Street, Cuy. Falls Babb, Bernard F, , 2414 N. Haven Blvd. , Cuy. Falls Baglia , joseph C. , 1357 Hammel Street Balewick, james S. , 1014 Clay Drive Barr, Paul 1. , 1407 Sackett Street, Cuy. Falls Barrett, Patrick M. , 1617 Slusser Road Bass, Richard M. , 121 Fernwood,Ba.rberton Bauman, Frank J., 76 Eastholm Bazzell, Robert S, , 407 Howard Avenue Bechter, Lawrence 1. , 339 Cross'Street Benson, Dennis N. , 364 Cleveland Street Blackerby, Kenneth L. , 254 Cranz Road Bowling, Joseph M. , R, D. A415 Box 87, Marshallville Brodbeck, Kent A. , 1707 Glenmount Avenue Brooker, john T., 730 Sttate Route 526, Mogadore Buhl, Robert D. , 4463 Hilltop Drive, Barberton Burgess, Dennis M. , 4466 E, Kent Road, Stow Bm-khardt, James A. , 2056 Ridgewood Road Buynak, Robert G. , 1079 Wilbur Avenue Caetta, james V. , 761 N. Main Street Caiola, Stephen M. , 2124 Thirteenth St. , Cuy. Falls Campbell, joseph W. , 1941 High Street, Cuy Falls Canan, Timothy H. , 445 Palmetto Avenue Capan, Francis D. , 846 Oberlin Street Casenhiser, james G. , 1374 Girard Street Cavanaugh, Bruce R. , 939 Eastland Avenue Cheslock, joseph F. , 843 Marie Avenue Cincurak, joseph C. , 2627 Robindale Avenue Ciriello, Joseph M. , 30 Wolcott Road Cline, Ronald G., 2933 Ivanhoe Rd. , Cuy Falls Coffman, Robert K. , 1579 Brown Street Coletta, Anthony B. , 2411 Manchester Road Collins, Michael D. , 457 Marview Conroy, David T. , 94 Jewett Street Constantine, John F. , 475 Oxford Avenue Crampton, Frank P. , 753 Druid, Apartment C Crawford, Ronald E. , 846 Work Drive Cross, james L. , 119 Conger Avenue Currans, Gary W. , 411 Norton Ave. , Barberton Dadik, Robert P. , 1219, Murray Avenue Dannemiller, James E. , 3516 Adaline Drive, Stow Darmstadt, john M. , 124 Castle Blvd. Davey, Michael I. , 888 Clearview Avenue Dejacimo, Michael P. , 470 Patterson Avenue Delagrange, William P. , 1492 Beardsley Street Denholm, Edward 1. , 255 Dayton Place Dettling, Fredrick C. , 325 Stanton Avenue Dohner, Richard F. , 683 Hawkins Avenue Donatelli, Joseph J. , 226 Viers Court Doyle, Batrick T. , 113 Palmetto Avenue Drapcho, Michael E. , 479 Stanton Avenue Drugan, Walter J. , 621 Lincoln Ave. , Ravenna Dukeman, Thomas L. , 1361 Hammel Street Englehart, Thomas A. , 803 Crouse Street Englehart, John A. , 735 Ecton Road Fagan, Michael J. , 711 Clifford Avenue Farr, William G. , 119 Beck Avenue Finnan, james R. , 833 Kennebec Avenue Finley, James J. , 614 Wilson Street Plating, K. Bruce, 89 Beauparc Drive Fleming, Michael W. , 336 Zeller Avenue Flower, Stanley D. , 233 Hedgewood Drive Fortunato, David D. , 1008 Brown Street Franks, Fred T. , 83 Thirtieth Street, N,W. , Barb. Gallagher, Raul J. , 2370 Schubert Street, Cuy Falls Ganocy, Stephen I. , 938 Johnston Street Garrett, Charles J. , 1158 Jefferson Garry Robert N. , 509 S. Hawkins Avenue Gary, Wayne L. , 3301 Darrow Road, Stow Gaugler, George, 942 Palmetto Avenue Gerbetz, Dennis L. , 2250 Harding Rd. , Cuy Falls Gill, David E. , 801 Kennebec Avenue Gill, Thomas R. , 198 Trunko Road Giustino, James M. , 1010 Packard Drive Grimm, Michael D. , 502 Chm Haddox, Gary R. , 448 Kling St. Hahn, Edward M. , 1136 Peerless Ave. Hallahan, John W. , 1403 Taft Ave, Cuy Falls Hammer, Charles R. , 2443 Seventeenth St. , Cuy Falls Hammontree, Daniel E, , 1673 Redwood Avenue Harrigal, Dennis A. , 2376 Grant Avenue, Cuy Falls Harrington, Walter G. , 2509 Twenty-First St. , Cuy Falls Hegarty, John Pl. , 238 Sixth St. -- NW, Baxberton Heinl, Richard E., 1773 Wetmore, Stow Henaughan, Ia.meS I. , 1469 Druid Drive, Copley Herold, Paul E. , 190 Sixth Street -- NW, Barberton Hilgert, Robert S. , Rte ffl, Box 75, Suffield Hilt, Robert L. , 299 Ford -- E, Barberton Horvath, Michael L., 893 Hammel Street Howard, Thomas A., 63 Wise Street Hoynes, Daniel I. , 231 Morrison Avenue, Cuy Falls Hranilovich, Iolm M. , 1656 Oakwood Hreha, Michael I. , 1176 Herberich Avenue Hummel, Ronald L. , 1850 Highbridge Road, Cuy Falls Ienney, George W. , 143 Seventh Su-eet -- NW, Barberton Johann, Jose ph J. , 844 Davies Avenue Joliet, joseph E. , 569 Marview Avenue 13 I Kalmar, joseph D. , 276 Catawba Avenue Kamlowsky, Philip P. , 501 Marview Avenue Kane, Edward J. , 1906 Fifth Street, Cuy Falls Kane, Thomas I. , 380 W. Graham Road, Cuy Falls Kareski, Stanley J. , 1146 Collinwood Avenue Kavali, john N. , 956 Jonathan Avenue Keller, Thomas I. , 3481 Adaline Drive, Stow Kelley, Lawnence M. , 621 Surfside Drive King, Harry M. , 530 Brittain Road Klein, Bernard I., 505 E, Wilbeth Road Klocker, Robert H. , 417 Wayne Avenue Kraft, Robert I. , 635 Lynn Drive, Cuy Falls Krimmer, James J. , 1775 Shatto Avenue Kunkel, Mark J. , 1131 East Avenue Lappin, Richard H. , 823 Thayer Street Lepkowski, John S. , 863 Brown Street Ligas, Andrew F. , 291 Pfeiffer Street, Barberton Logan, Thomas W. , 1364 Moore Street Manion, james M. , 944 Kenyon Street Markov, Richard P. , 321 Cleveland Street Markwald, Peter A. , 3600 Williamson Road, Stow Martin, James R. , 24 Wolf Avenue Masturzo, Richard M. , 37 S. Valley Street McAna1len, Delmont E. , 1600 Oakwood Avenue McCarthy, George I-L, 545 Harvard Avenue, Barberton McGuinness, Charles G. , 166 Seventh Street, Barberton McMullen, Ralph E. , 1507 Oakwood Avenue Menendez, Richard L. , 1388 Burkhart Mexzweiler, Thomas H., 243 S. Balch Street Miklosi, Laszlo, 172 Willard Street Milec, john R. , 3652 Elm Road, Stow Milner, David J., 741 E. Tuscarawas Avenue, Barberton Miraglia, Russell J. , 1001 Tweed Drive Morris, David M., Arlington Road, Uniontown Murray, John M. , 101 Avondale Drive Naples, David I. , 466 Roslyn Avenue Natoli, Angelo V. , 1408 Crestview Avenue O'Nei1, Rory H. , 376 Rose Blvd. O'Reilly, Gerald M., 485 Cole Avenue Orr, Thomas P. , lll Avondale Drive Osborne, Robert J. , 1486 Jefferson Avenue Oswald, Horst F. , 2520 Sixth Street, Cuy Falls Pace, Anthony I. , 1510 Jefferson Avenue Palich, Gerald A. , 594 Blaine Avenue Paulus, Ronald E., 716 Patterson Penchalk, Thomas A. , 1333 Krumroy Road Posjena, Guenter S., 207 Cross Street Posztl, Alex, 718 Kling Street Prexta, Richard P. , 1241 Coventry Street Pnocaccio, Peter A. , 2901 Lillis Drive, Cuy Falls Quatraro, Gary I. , 393 Oxford Avenue Quine, john R, 431 Merrimaln Road Reymann, Louis H. , 684 Nome Avenue Richard, Leland K. , 1344 Laffer Riedel, John I. , 525 Storer Avenue Rilling, Victor R. , 825 Dan Street Robb, David P. , 318 Birchwood Avenue, Cuy Falls Robinson, Paul G. , 563 E. Wilbeth Road Rottmayer, William A. , 1074 Linden Avenue Royer, Edward A. , 1328 Dietz Avenue Ruffing, Robert W. , 1863 Spade Avenue Ruppaner, Wendell I. , 429 Sherman Ryan, Charles C., 2516 Seventeenth Street, Cuy Falls Saal, William J. , 626 State Rte 6526, Mogadore' Sadon, Edwin I. , 526 Sackett, Cuy Falls Samels, David J. , llol Packard Drive Savoy, Peter J. , 214 Lincoln Avenue, Cuy Fdgls Scaglione, Fred J. , 285 Hilbish Avenue Scalera, Michael R. , 2359 Bumham Road Scanlan, Edson O. , 572 Avalon Avenue Scheeser, Michael F. , 989 Big Falls Avenue Scheeser, Theiadore C. , 989 Big Falls Avenue Schismenos, Lee C. , 282 Grove Street Schotzinger, Charles E. , 23 112 E. Cuyahoga Falls Avenue Schweitzer, Gerald I. , 1495 Eastwood Avenue Schwe itzer, Thomas F. , 1495 Eastwood Avenue Sear, joseph C. , 311 S. Firestone Blvd. Segedy, Alan G. , 909 Wyley Avenue Shaffer, Ronald G. , 1208 Mercer Avenue Shannon, John C. , 1409 Chestnut Blvd. , Cuy Falls Sherman, William A. , 3589 Darrow Road, Stow ShoaE, C. Terry, 1535 Graham Road, Cuy Falls Siegferth, john I. , 1277 Crestview Avenue Stalder, Charles K. , 2213 Fifteenth Street, Cuy Falls Stanley, Dennis M. , 1220 Ada Street Stephens, Donald C, Ir. , 1173 Brown Street Strausser, james P. , 112 S. Pershing Drive Thomas, Frederic C. , 1140 Hinman Court Topper, Wa.rren A. , 1055 Brown Street Trout, Frederick K. , 345 W. Ingleside Drive Van Kirk, Barry R. , 1678 Sunset Avenue Vocke, Michael S. , 621 Reynolds Avenue Wagner, James B. , 712 Victoria Avenue Walsh, Thomas M. , 228 E. Baird Avenue, Barberton warner, William W., 228 N. Main sneer, Stow Watson, Michael I. , Q42 Fifth Street, Barberton Wienbicki, John S. , 1224 Tulip Street Wisemann, James W. , 808 W. Steeles Corners Road, Cuy Falls Wilson, William M. , 1033 Fairbanks Place Wilsterman, William J. , 725 Atwood Drive, Tallmadge Witvver, Richard J. , 577 Grandview Avenue, Barberton Yourkoski, Daniel V. , 1589 W. Arndale Road, Stow Yurchiak, Frank C. , 241 Fifteenth Street -- NW, Barberton Zeno, Joseph R. , 195 Clemmer Avenue 40 The staff of the l96l WAY acknowl- edges extreme gratitude to those who so kindly helped in the production of this annual. Special thanks go to the students, the faculty and the administration, who assisted whenever asked to do so. The staff is grateful to Mr. Freeman and Mr. Fitzgerald of O'Neils Studio for the fine service in photography, to Mr. Roe of Austin Print Company, who assisted in the planning and choosing ofthe cover, and to Mr. Ungar the moderator of the WAY. I 1'-g.l1I1...I -1. ....1.1.IL.I.. I-.1 -I-l-.II..- -II I I I I ' . .- ' I..-'f-. n 1 I I ' . . . .H I .vm 21 .II . 55? . I-, - . I . .. I - I Wm I l I I I . I .Il . 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