Archbishop Molloy High School - Blue and White Yearbook (Jamaica, NY)

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Why do you know, it has thirty-eight classrooms, plus three up to date labs a. gym that seats 700 for basketball games a special visual aids room, penthouse rooms for the brothers, two Chapels, one for the students and one for the brothers, and . . . well, just about everything else. f l 1: uw ' ii 5 ii 533: pw 4 1. But We're not the only ones who think our school is great. The Queens Chamber of Commerce gave Archbishop Molloy High School an award for being the finest religious building erected in 1957. your school ez temple where dignity and purigf premiL Where truth and jurtzke have prominent plaeeg where that relzlgion which mixer and enabler the mind in God is replendent P Pius XII 8 X , "ig A I Q 30 it fy --2., :vgj wiv R55 it I L, 5 W MM' rv: f K . 'Y i,Q?fiSt,, A , W' 'ggL . f f A. Y f Q9 1, ,A qs: -4 ' his G-,rum fbi? L A . 1 X' . 31453: - , W , V , M - f ,,,nw7 L 1 ' 4 I me 3 ' g - P: 2 ll . 5 v , 6 -k-" ',,1-fi, . ' ' r t 1 1. . . -Q . ,.' 5 1 '. M . . 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Wilfrid hlary has such a life. llis career has led him to spend thirty- six years teaching in New York. Of this period, eight years were spent in teaching at the Academy and five years as its principal. Wie extend our sincerest Wishes to Brother for many more years in the serv- ice of Catholic youth and God. 10 Bifbop of Brookbfn 1912-1956 .nw-'W' Archbishop Thomas Edmund Molloy That the nznne of Brooklyn's third bishop should be used for one of its newest schools is somehow symbolic. Here is :L nian upon whom all Stzinners can model themselves with respect to every facet of their development. He was renowned for his intellectual accomplishments. His 11 popularity was unsurpassed ziniong the people of his diocese. llis personal piety was obvious and yet so was his concern with worldly happenings. Ile was an truly rounded personality which is the aim not only of A.lNI.ll.S., but of every Vzitholic school. Ho ,. .i ,,.--'is-. BRO. SIXTUS VICTOR F.M.S. Proctor BRO. JOHN LAWRENCE F.M .S. Director ..... . Ryu 4 G Nuo it OSx K 'RN , RqA ,N x N Rev. Father John Mulgrew, O.P. S.T.D. Chaplain a ea e, w Bro. Leo Stratonic Treasurer Bro. Louis Frederick Procurator facully 5 1 Xj Bro. Benedict Henry Physical Education 5 la, ir- ep S 5 5 2 E Bro. Vivtor Eugene Cafcfcfria N-, :M 7 www, Bro, Paul Ernest Elementary Algebra Q,mmswwma-Qwwwmwmmwq .nd-N QF Bro. Paul Philibcrt Librarian Bro. Jogucs Mary French, Algebra, Track 14? l Bro. Clement Patrick English, Sodality admfff "IQ" ills.-A Bro. Lawrence hlichael Bro. Lucian Anthony History, Bookstore Bro. Brendan Regis T ylring, Iioolreeping, Business Law Clzemistry, Track Bro. Thomas Joseph Biology, T rack Mr. Louis Carnesecca Basketball Coach Baseball Coach Physical Education rWX MWWM W ,muwmfl sk . ga R Bro. Bonaventura Agostino Typing, Business, Typing, sammy Mrs. Marie Maher Secretary 17 Bro. Peter Mary World History I M1951 SED' , I is. fl il-ti A Q .- 'fir ,s Bro. Luke ,X J, F X N 4 ' French, Latin. fi 5-ik' W it jlff Am James Ahearn "Jungle Jiml' Came to St. Ann's in "57', . . . Interested in F.B.l .... Would like to go to Fordham . . . Found with Byrons, Gralton and DeVito. Richard Bailey "Rodney" One of the old Q4 yearb trackmen . . . Next stop Iona for Liberal Arts . . . Buddies are DeFillips, Valenti, and O'Neill. Bro. Paul insists on name and class before stamping s John Birmingham "Birm,' One of the few eight year men . . . Usually seen with Duester, Greene, and DeVito . . . Looking forward to being a pilot in the Air Force. Vincent Buccieri "Butchy' One of the daring type Likes rock 20 roll and bowling . . . Seen with Marmc Koss and Ciafardoni. 'P This is the best period of the day. 1 Arthur Byrons "Arne" Came to St. Ann's in 1956 from Eymard Seminary . . . Interested in studying medicine at Notre Dame . . . Often seen with Domenick, Sinl-ia, and Brassil. l....gX , U19 X 3 Ek ' Charles Conlin "Chuck" Came to St. Ann's in 1954 . . . Future plans about college are undecided . . . Likes sports and records . . . Seen with Mulligan and Beckman. 21 ' ,QW Si Ei, are QQ Q Q K, piety Joseph Cutrone "Joan Joe likes hunting and reading . . . Has intentions of studying law at St. .lohn's or Fordham . . . Pals around with Green and lN'Iolfese. l m f g me ' f 'K :. , K Gerald D'Andrea "Jerry,' Came to the Beehive in 1955 . . . Pals around with Novak, Padalla, and Cu- trone . . . Future plans about college are undecided. Q I John DeFillips "Sport" One of the seven year men . . . Well known man of the track team . . . Future plans undecided . . . Spcnds lcisurc time at golf. JM X-aqyxgjr 3 Q, l 'af-H-3' 1 an A ' 'un l W ix 5 Wir-rv X' Gus DeVito "King Pin" Just crazy about horseback riding and dancing . . . Intends becoming a police- Dian. Leslie Dumas "Les" Hails from St. Teresa's . . . Les would like to attend Kings Point for mechanical engineering . . . Usually seen with Collins Buonincontro, Beitz and Perrone. Nothing more difhcnlt than posing for the camera. Q, f E gy gl Q if L sf' QQ f 3 . , j cs'-r H X Ronald Farina "Rona-y', Interested in sports and pool . . . Ronny is usually found with Sweetcn and Ful- goni . . . College undecided. fi Henry Gralton "Harry" Came to St. Ann's in junior ycar from Loughlin . . . Hockey fanatic . . . Undo- cided about college. t eataa l ttet r --.- 'fs f- SL- - rf f - ..-. Q ,...l 2 I tsaeaea 1 1 s V' f' f .' 1 he k'k- A. :xg ' ' fwiylgft 'e 1 5' 'iii- L " ' g Gary Greene KKG G 97 Came to the Beehive ten years ago . . . Interested in the F.B,I .... Hopes to make his next stop Fairfield University. Must be a good book. r ,,,A, i gm, .. t, F5853 k,1,zi:-.:fifff--- W K " Adam Karwoski "Adam" One of the more sports-minded seniors . . . Interested in the Air Force . . . Com- panions are Collins, Gongora, Pinon and Dumas. Michael Leonard "Mike" Hails from St. Brendan's X Wg J , gk William Halpin "Willy" High intentions of going to Duke Uni- versity for an academic course . . . Seen in the company of Brennan and Cannon. X ,iv ' i i W . K il rj .., W xl is ,r i Q if 1 F r xys Daniel Harrington "Big Dan" The life of the party . . . Favors rock 'n roll music . . . One of the "boys" . . . Looking forward to Fordham for Chem- istry. , , L jx X E Sas J X2 f., i ' i N g X ..,.: .. f Francis Maneuso "Frankie" Plans to Hails from St. Ann's Parish . . . Tinkers . Seen with with television and electronics . . . Usually enlist in the Marine Corps . . Kessler and O'Keefe. seen with Mullen, Harrington and Pa- dalla. TI Daniel Mitchell "Mitch" One of the quieter students at school . . . Mitch is interested in Liberal Arts at Manhattan . . . Looking forward to a teaching career. Thomas Mullen "Moon" Interested in Business Administration . . . After St. John's, hopes to join Coast Guard . . . Seen with Mancuso, Jordan and Walsh. --1'-mtg . sw ft , KS: XX 1, .. . 'U' li ff .-'.: 2 . . is.. k X James McCauley "Jim" Hails from St. Joan of Arc . . . Interested in studying chemistry at St. John's . . . Always found with Healy and Peters. ltlichael McElWain "Mike" ltlike intends to become a Pharmacist . . . Likes music and baseball . . . Seen with Romano, Farina and Schloth. -...Aww X gif ' Joseph 0'Keefe 1 X4 filing!! A Bronx boy . . . Pals with Leonard, Mul- Our library is practically a lounge. len, Connelly . . . Likes to tinker with 24 cars . . . Heading for the Air Force. James Quill "Jim,' Comes from St. Jerome Parish . . . Look- ing forward to printing as a possible ca- reer . . . Intends to serve Uncle Sam in the navy. Michael Reilly "Rightious Rile" Came to St. Ann's in 1954 . . . Enjoys reading , . . Remembered especially in Latin class. A few of the boys get together. 25 Paul Romano "Paul" 3 x , XS sy 3 it QF Favorite hobby is collecting records . . . Pals with lilolfese, Fisher, and Scllloth . . . Hopes to attend Fordham. of l- -LM x Francis Schifando "Shz:fty" A great intramural Stanner . include baseball and dancing like to attend Manhattan. Hobbies . Would ffiiiwiioz is Q swswzisff r 1 ASEE? ' :ski-1 'i .eff Francis Servideo "Frank" s ' 'X A 1 T f ' - FS: fit 6 5, Hails from Holy Family . . . Constant Medalist . . . Crazy about boats . . . Even owns one . . Pals with Lynch and Thomp- S0l'l. X Arthur Simon "Artie" Would like to be electronics engineer . . . Hobbies include cars, traveling and swim- ming . . . Usually accompanied by Silage and Williams. There is more than one way to use a stage. '53 .gs John Tahany 33 "Johnny" I Started at St. Ann s in 1954 . . . Unde- tr cided about college . . . Looking forward to the Alr Force. John Thompson Vincent Walsh "Big John" "Vinny" Interested in writing , , , Fave,-S jour- A well known senior . . . Looking forward naligm more than any other subject . l , to Liberal Arts at Marquette . . . Likes Pals are Servideo, Harrington and Farina. CVSFY SP0l't - - - Will SGFVG in U- S- NHVY- 26 N ,f-z Bro. Kevin Dominic English I Vi Z, Ronald Agresti "Ronnie" Future plan is to become an electrical engineer . . . Will attend Manhattan . . . Favorite sports are bowling and basket- ball. S' C James Bagan "Jim" Spare time is spent hunting and tinkering with cars . . . Plans to take construction technology at college. What the well dressed Stanner will wear. Henry Beckman "Bunny" Hails from St. Stephen's . ing and is a fine athlete . Michael Brassil ..Buddy,, Likes danc- Often seen with Lopresto or Collins . . . Will attend 28 Likes basketball and dancing . . . Will St.John's majoring in Physical Education. major in Chemistry at Fordham. Michael Collins Michael Connolly "Big Mike" "Mike" How's the air up there? fsix foot ninel . . . Will major in Mathematics at Iona . . . Will attend Academy of Aeronautics and Enjoys bowling and hiking . . . Heading then the Navy. for Army after college. S i Gerald Curran QVA wg 9915- ff KJeTTy!! - f ' Manhattan will be his next goal . . . Plan- X X X ling on electrical engineering . . . Favorite W' mast-times are basketball and bowling. Young scientists hot on thc trail of Sputnik. 7hristopher Darcy Joseph Domenick C'hrz's" "Dom" quiet senior . . . Hails from St. Mary's Enjoys fishing and basketball . . . Once arisb . . . Likes swimming , , , Seen with 29 seen without his blue blazer . . . Heading lalsh and Gaffney. for St. John's . . . Aspires to be an archi- tect. 4 Nm Nm, " ki ,MA 4 VS K fxit-fx ' ff f M QEAFQX 3231 Sclafani and Erdelyi discuss a text book while Beitz and Dillon get their books. Nicholas Gikas Gerard Guilfoyle "Nick" "Jerry" Swimming, fishing and football are Nick's Spends spare time tinkering with his car favorite past-times . . . After graduation . . . Came to St. Ann's in 1957 and plans he will sail the seven seas for the U. S. to attend Manhattan. N8,Vy. -5' Frank Duester "Frank" Frank will attend 'Farmingdale Agricul- tural College . . . Enjoys C. Y. 0. base- ball and basketball. Farkas Erdelyi Giwolf! ! Seen with Healy and Fischer . . . Likes all sports . . . Undecided about college Fredrick Heyer "Fred" Favorite past-times include popular ri cords, dancing, swimming and bowling . Will pursue a liberal arts course at Mal hattan. 1 QP! U Thomas Hunt "Tommy" Will further his education at St. John's . . . Often seen with Beckman and Dente . . . Likes dancing and Dixieland music. Spagnolo, Sinka and Lopresto use the secret to scholastic success-- Study. 9 John Kelly "Kelly" From the Bronx . . . Likes rock n' roll . . . Will continue his education at Iona . . . "hey Joe!" .k I! .7 O Edward Keogh Arthur Langer John Lopresto "Eddie" "Artie" "John" From St. Fidelis in College Point . . . A Seen with Byrons and Jordan . . . Future Likes playing the sax or clarinet . . boating and swimming enthusiast . . . plans are undetermined. Plans a course in dentistry at St. John's Plans to join the U. S. Navy. 31 I , i esi t C . :" C '::'l', L 5 Michael Molfese Charles Novak "Mouse" "Chuck" Pals with Romano, Fisher, and Popp . . Hobbies include ham radio, tropical Hsh Long standing trackman . . . Will con- and recording . . . Enjoys bowling . . . tinue his education at St. John's. Looking forward to attending St. John's. - "!R Andrew O'Sullivan "Sully" Interests include football and dancing . . . Sully would like to become a mechanical engineer. Collins and Walsh attempt a smile for the camera. WB Robert Padouck Robert Peters liDuke,Y lfB0b9l Duke's ambition is to become a bacter- Eventual occupation will be public ac iologist . . . Remembered for his college counting . . . C. Y. O. basketball star . . book covers. 32 will attend Fordham. s K- f y M ff William Popp Q, f I Joseph Prossi "Bill" -'Jaw A skiing and ice skating enthusiast . . . Bill hopes to become a dentist . . . Will study at St. John's. x QQ ,' 6 i SGW X 5 3 Men oi distinction: Schloth, Wood, Gongora, Simon VVilliarns. Joseph Sinka "Joker" An outdoor man, enjoys fishing, hunting, basketball and football. Next field of en- deavor is chemistry at Fordham. M..- Mw W . and Joe's ambition is to become a business executive . . . Enjoys fishing . . . Often seen with DeVito and Loftus. Allen Re UAV, Reminds himself of Hercules . . . Hopes to attend Holy Cross . . . Is seen with Green, Lynch and Servedio. ,...---p--.-., -is ' E :L Q e is X .:.g i X f .251 it Nh? 1 X I Salvatore Squitieri KlSal!! Outside activities include hunting, and model building . . . Sal's next home will be Fordham to study pharmacy. NW Nea 1 22' ,diy 3 ti.. Jamesstanley Irish ilrr ' ga' Companions are Sullivan and Dunne . . . Spare time is spent bowling and playing basketball . . . After graduation, Irish plans to join the U. S. Army. ' . n .U 3 Edward Stanton "Stan" Outdoor sportsman . . . Will further his studies of animal husbandry at New Hampshire University. Langer, Carriero and Donnis read the bad news. 34 Joseph Tamas Joey Will take business at N. Y. U .... i liard ace . . . Enjoys dancing. Christopher Tuohy "Chris" Spare time is taken up with basketball and football . . . After graduation Chris hopes to join the navy. Bro. Wilfrid Mary Senior M ath, French Quiet, Men at work!!! Wee if 5 1 APEX 'Q fr ee K5 Q William Beitz Francis Buonincontro Robert Carlegimo "Billy, A "Frank" "Tony" Bill plans to major in chemistry . . . Hails from St. Mary's Parish . . . Plans Tony would like to attendC C N Y Wishes people would pronounce his name to become a pharmacist . . . Will take Always has a question, no matter wha correctly . . . Enjoys listening to pop re- chemistry at St. Johnls . . . Plays sax- the Subject, , , Hard worker cords and reading. ophone. v- Anthony Carriero "Tony" The U. S. Air Force will be Tony,s next stop . . . Found with Beckman, Mulligan and Castellano. 36 Joseph Cernak "Big Joe" Came to St. Anne's in 1953 . . . Usually seen with Romano Sweeten and Schifando . . . Future undecided . . . Interested in Air Force. 5,1 Y 3 N.. air' sy A few Stanners and their dates gather for a dance. , I ,I eil' 'su Charles Conneely "Chuck" Interested in engineering . . . Can be seen with Leonardi, Tamas, Beitz and Geaney . . . Likes jazz and classics. L A Robert Ciafardoni ..B0b,, Undecided about college . . . Enjoys tinkering with cars and bowling. , . . I - . :E I5 s5fi3ai'2':P'Tf' ' 'f,'r,T':f"..Ti95l 3 Qixr1if"'i' 95153 ' . '- i 7 .-.' l--, 1 - a reee" es-r WN T1 9 N N13 E Q3 Gi it 3FHfff2?'m'fi G ' ff mflfiz' K i f- -- 'fs f arf -5 it ,si - if we 9553? is 5 :i e- . V - . ' . f 15':s'??+?,Q - A ef-Qg51a'bii,? ' .i . i T . ,. ,. . ...ff . . Q :,: x W., .. .f i - M . , 2 -- . - im . 'EF f is X tsnr it ,f1, 2 . ni - if J if R 0 Gerald Danielson " Tiger" Will enter Air Force after A. M. Is an avid coin collector . . Bryons, Woods and McCauley. S Joseph Garvey "Toe" Came to St. Anne's in 1954 . . . Hails from St. Jer0me's Parish . . . Would like to take electronics in the Air Force. 3 7 :: lafiwr 5 . 3 K .min a - H.S .... Pals are John Geaney 66Jack3l sz ..... .--:.. lf,-.i' .55 Q' N g l a .z k say-sri ' cv k .. V sg .Q sm Eg - e a X . 'S xr' ws .. , L4 5' . X. Qffiilbzi V .X : i L -tS1:-'W- 1 -N A -as-, ..- e . 0 George Dillon "Marshall Zllatf' Came from Marist Prep in third year Is seen with Jordan, Garvey, and Quill Future plans undecided. 2 Enjoys all sports-plays them all well . . Future plans include accounting at Ford- ham. A Felix Gongora "The Cuban Kid' Adept at all sports . . . Plans to enter the Navy Air Force . . . From St. John's Parish. Thomas Healy U Tama One of the best liked seniors . . . Will take Liberal Arts in college dancing and all sports. . . . Likes Paul Guarnieri "Paul" Plans to take chemistry in college with an eye towards pharmacy . . . Enjoys all sports . . . Pals are Buonincontro and Collins. X.. . , . -' 1 2 . : , pai . ' - X :Na ':- -': Kkffislzi fB'iii'?:5i"3f2.da5l3E'?f'1557'- : -- M.. N msggfggfgmsi .E ,, ia2e23??i5SHi5iff:5f1 f a 1' ' fQf?Ss14rfs . N22Y::E.l2.?ff?355'fi. --H ' I 'M.awgisf,M2.aQfe X .. - .. ' . 1 1 fi: . .- - Y-5121 s2sffffs?71ya.fa5:sfa:m3,g .fe ziyagszsgsag, .. QQ.- W Eg, - . . . . " 7' X21 '2 A 's sl-5'i HMT?-X 1 r . . . iw: .... .. p . Q Wfagiraslf f A- r- . 5.321-,Sion K ' f1If5z5'!8ffe: lz'f' zfgiritlf Q5 3 ., - 1 f Monroe Kessler "Monroe" Known by everyone . . . Hopes to go into the Air Force after graduation . . . Likes swimming and music. Stanley, DeVito and Loftus dream of coming to school in style. . l,..g,5.f ia ke-Wg s 5 ,fr Charles Leonardi "Leo" Hails from St. Stephen of Hungary Par- ish . . . One of Leo's favorite past-times is reading mystery stories. an J, -a Thomas Lynch "Tommy" Tommy hopes to become an aeronauti- cal engineer . . . Can be seen with Ser- video. Joseph Mullen "Joe" Will enter the Air Force after graduation . . . Pals include De Fillips, O'Keefe, and Bagan. Vincent Marino "Vinny" Plans to attend college after the Navy . . Football and basketball enthusiast. '3- James Mclnerny "lilac" Will major in English at St. .lolm's . . Buddies include Conneely, Imbornone and Buoninc-ontro. K 0 he James 0'Neil "Jimmy" Plans to take Liberal Arts at St. John's . . Usually seen with Valenti. and Bailey. 39 "Time out to check your mistakes." ww ti-if I 11. S1515 fl s'if?1S?'fr2i:f J 1 e 'X 1. ii" ' . Ning iifi'1i,,ii , W 3 !'mk' ' Egw, , U tif. 5,7 i::Mf,:-pl' T: X . .g.s1.z-of Stephen O,Rourke "Steven Hnils from St. Theresa parish, Queens . . . Eying Fairfield for college . . . VVill serve in Navy. ? 2 Denis Powers "Steve" Gives the impression of constant activity . . . Copyboy for New York Times . . . College undecided. Hurry up, I haven't got all day. ' xiii? . ' iii-5 if Ni.. H M. .38 ,. 5. 'ii as-f ,i K if - 15 fella' , 93: W.. . V - so - AF K 5 SK P ., TNQ . ,P , . .ag X 51 Qi is X 19' 2 5' 5 Constantine Plaissay "Caring" Outdoor sports enthusiast . . . Twelve year Stanner . . . Hopes to be a hotel manager. 40 . ,f IT' Robert Pinon "Pin Ileadn Another demon of the bowling alley . . Interested ill science at N.Y.I7. if Y- if sees i i teio P George Price 'KCanuck" Amateur mechanic . . . YVants to be a draftsman . . . College undecided. v Vincent Schifando "Vinny" Likes to have a good time with DeVito and Cernak . . . Will probably succeed in Navy. lin. Peter Wood "Woody" Starting a new heresy in Religion class . . . Plans to study Chemistry at Cornell. P Richard Tucksmith C 5 9 Known to be extremely modest and broadminded . . . Came from Regis in third year . . . Has monstrous lunches. Ciafardoni, Logan and Lombard can't get the lady's attention. Richard Sweeten Boy with the red curly hair . . St. Ann's in 1949 . . . Pals a Farina, Fulgoni, and Cernak . . . . Came to round with QX XX .Z i A . f 'r 1 - t i K K " x . " . ,f K 'lg it LEX . ' M 1 . il 5 2 gm ' Donald Woods ..D0n,, . . Then he Arrived in sophomore year . had long hair . . . Would like to go to Manhattan for Business. J.M.J. Name s s Date: ffa-I Subjectv W Final Exam Archbishop Molloy High School Directions: Place the letter of each description next to the senior who, in your opinion, best qualifies. Any letter may be used more than once, but all letters must be used. i R , C 5' I Tom Hunt 16.1 Joe Dent 6 f J Jim Carrinc al Most popular bl Best athlete eb Most active C fly William Murnha f Allen Re dj Best dressed Be t d . , ::, Q '-., B, S ancer 141' I Joe Pizzano ,,sf " C J Gary Greene fl Best looking 3, Best Wit U17 Frank Servedio e 1 6,57 w1111e Hall hi Best personality N sz t,' pf f L M 1, Mr. LQ. fly Bob Iorizzo n' KCJ Richard Clark jj Most likely to succeed 42 r was 3 1 Xa swar....,WM,,MW A Lt r in ,4- ,- s ff A " , .ai K3 1 -' HWS, Al ,, ,, .V k x f 3- 'sr 5 , ,Q VJ- Fr. Mulgrew blesses the senior rings while Bro. John looks on. Norman Brown "Brownie" Hails from St. Joseph's Parish . . . Hob bies are collecting Weapons and throw- ing knives. Bro. Alphonse Justin Chemistry WiPif2'D'fW4?N' VYIJJQT1 if - -iiffwdfifiv 25:11-?4ei:Q4,'?'figf fi :i'E'?'f-2 Yfiffiffffi S: ' . - 1 . - 1 : .. ' - . fe . 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N Egtiipunne Hopes to start his career at I. B. M. ffifdzfjck Gallo e e re A well liked senior . . . Will major in Bus- Fred is one of the twelve year men . . . iness Administration at college. Often seen with Valenti, Geaney, and O'Neil . . . Will attend college at Iona or Hunter. Vincent Giglio "Big Gig" Big Gig intends to enter business . . . Favorite hobbies include bowling and basketball . . . Pals with Gongora and Koss. 1 W? Willie Hall "Willie" Liked by everyone . . . Favorite hobby??? basketball of course . . . Intends to be- come an All American pro. 45 QSL' Prossi, O'Sullivan, Calhoun and Santiago settle some of the school problems. Stephen Hernandez "Stevorino" Hobbies include dancing and bowling . . . Seen with DeVito, Murtha and Schifando . . . Will attend Pace College. John Hogan UBMU Looking forward to Fordham for Liber- al Arts . . . Favors track and basketball . . . Pals include Kollar, Koss, and Imbornone. 2 Paul Imbornone "Paul" Paul likes fishing as his hobby . . . Road to success will begin at Manhattan School of Engineering. 46 Leonard and De Fillips wonder how much they could get for hocku a trophy or two. I , A512-fa fi fi fi . '55 Wa.,-A-. 1 f ax- Q was MW gg sim it 5 as 'S aw Ha ga IEW We We msspqikfis 3, UQ fm. F' 5? Y I.:"5 ' A si inseam 2 W fe W 5 ' il wi N Y 5 af 25 , f . " -:few -- 1: ff: as lj-5: . , .... lf ' Q :L-.f--:E-.1-'rag'-: ':,::sm:: . , . ,, ,ian .,,. :wgs.as1.,,,,:H Fff'ff::'::-an :-: 5 2-53, :gg 32557 5,-H3 Y" f af 1 'ai azz tp Q at warm 4 , 1 A me a - felis M "-fm a Q, ax to ga3,tggW5,,e,a,5-rig , a :fs ' wlsggfyiwl all -y 1 2 H' Q A ' .QV egg, iQ?SfS.?fgg1of,5iig7, S 2 - 5. ?5g5:i,,g9:4:VfS 91 'Qi 2 W Q G ' ? s E Mg 4 2 1 N555 M, is K wp, Q 5 H xwwmxwga, :Emi 1 was like P 1 4 K Q l jaw X S1 1 1 ,ga w 534333 KN . X y E K i . ' A' Frank Jordan A "Frank" Robert Iorizzo After graduation, Frank will join the "Bob" Army . . . Intends to become a Mil- Quiet Senior , , , Enjoys classical and lionaire . . . Pals include Byrons, and Dil- modern literature . . . Thinking about 1011- joining the Air Force. Agresti, Leonardi and Togneri prepare for the Christmas Assembly. William Kollar "Bill" Edward Kelly CfEdY! Another intended Air Force man . . . Hails from St. Elizabeth's Parish . . . Interested in auto mechanics. Long standing member of the Stanner staff . . . Favorite hobby is photography . . . Seen with Imbornone, Koss and Mitchell. Francis Koss ' "Frank" Likes rock n' roll music . . . Plays the Francis Loftus harmonica . . . Intends to become a doc- "Frankie" tor . . . Pals with Buccieri and Price. Hails from St. Stephen Parish . . . Likes dancing . . . Often seen with Cernack and Murtha . . . Next stop, Marines. P E " is e in I is James Marsico "Whitey" Looking forward to C. C. N. Y. for Civil Engineering . . . Hobbies include bas- ketball and football. ' we N eagaiiia : E: f - - E - 54- -- X as-afigg ' fu gal' 5. . 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Peters, Woods and Sweeten look happy behind bars. i O Charles Padala "Charlie" Liberal Arts at Iona will be Charlie's stop . . . Often seen with Blancuso, Vl and Castellano. sam-:galil my .Q .-.umm az HHEWG zrzG1si41f2g'E.i?S,'fz-fl.'2?f,l'1.',.p f' ' ' K - - mf- is Lam, , inEi?PfZf55i!7Biff?5. ' ' els'-H'-A .zzf.sf'.w.5f ' 475 U '7f52?tl?'f' f'WiSg'.9'YL2'?QE:S25-1: is- - P' Bizilsiiisifsiiifswzi Lim-.-ai: f w - , . A 1- ige?g: S?sEz,iE?E?5 i' ii K ' i 5'-xii' . gif git ii:g.f,y.7:ssr,?s+s, c :rags-as-.f ' A .iii-rg: if xiii If I1 f '5 9 ' A T . f ' ner. " : Ff lfki'-1 3 ' izszgxfgizfzi- -. .b gg H F K :fsisTiEf121i.i ' . U fft51i?1t'ff-.- ,. Y iq.-g.fa:..L.ig.Q 7 -b ,. Y 5 5 .V s 5 r-i.-Tiii ' 11' ' ff mais. sisifxiifsi 3 - R' in --:Q : x Y Y is 3' 151 sf, si 25121 X wi Ronald Perez "Rrmny', A business career is included in Ro future plans . . . Senior pals include 48 gora, Pinon and Karwoski. at A F 5- w 31: : W K Edward Perrone Gerard Schloth "Eddie" "Rod" Acts like a man ol' the world when driv- Friends include Fisher and ltoinano . . . ing his car. . . Hopes to attend Manhattan Motor boating is his favorite hohlmy . . . for accounting . . . Seen with Tncksinith, Hails from VVoodsidc. Silagi, and Greene. F s ' r r gn K ii., ' i i eere Robert Schmidt "Bob" Quiet senior . . . Favors classical and modern literature . . . Thinking about joining the Air Force. John Spagnolo "Spay" Senior Dean of the S. A. C .... Headed for thc Air Force . . . Hobbies are sports and dancing. ts ' X K X X Q X , S - fx Paul Silagi "Sludge', Favorite hobbies are dancing and listen- ing to rock n' roll records . . . Intcnds to major in Chemistry at college . . . Often with Simon and Williams. Bro. Hugh Ephrem questions several of his "gems," X 1 l ww y lL i iii F' - p kgVAk John Suriano "Johnny" -- ff ---- Will major at Manhattan . . . Likes all sports . . . Pals with Walsh and Gaffney. i'Mirr0r' mirror on the Wall ' ' 'H Robert M. Trenchard Benedict Wall "Trench" "Dickie" One of the more popular seniors . . . Hob- From St. Bartomew's parish and grammar bies include listening to music and read- school . . . Favorite hobby is collecting ing good books . . . Intends to become an guns . . . Plans to join the Air Force after Engineer. graduation. Alfred Valenti 5 i'1i-' .A-ii - It I' R A Never seen without Togneri , . . One of i1g-igg -A it . Y ! the more social minded seniors . . . Will A. ' J e :,- attend college after graduation. it g ff.. Q . 5 James Walsh Charles Williams "Jimmy" "Chuch', Outside activities include sports and Favorite pastime is dancing to pop music dancing . . . Plans to join the Marines . . . Always seen with Sigari and Simon and then attend college. . . . Hopes to become a Chemical Engineer. 50 A, ,ft L, .. sl K f I l Bro. Hugh Ephrem Horace Bernhart Senior History, Mechanical Drawing. "B6T7lf9,, Another member of the "foreign trio" Will take engineering at Manhattan Budding photographer. if get 7 i. Bro. James loves to give out late slips and demerits. 52 fig 1.:kk .kyisggje . In kkkk i""14f. i - r 3 lohn Burchill Q "Burch" Plans to take chemistry at St. John's . . . Enjoys movies and rock 'n roll . . . Also a member of S.A.C. Kenneth Calhoun ..RUTy,, Rory was the football lNIVP in junior year . . . Companions are Bagan and Mullen . . . Will enter lwarines after A.lNI.H.S. S rt Q52 , y .. 5 g.Qr.:: i 7 Michael Cannon "Ti11py" Always seen at St. Jean,s dances . . . ln- tends to take drafting at Dclahanty's. .Sa .. , f sa .T wi? . t gig A 5 X Richard Clark i T I A A.AA ilk' 555 K K kkk. in Q '1-L Q -'L.1L ' 'Y i-rites? . . A.i.- X ll James Carrino John Clancy "Jim" "Jonny" uDlCk,' Will take pre-med courses in college in Plans to attend Iona . . . Favorite hobby preparation for dentistry . . . always is swimming . . . Former member of that smiling . . . known for hustle on the court. minority group-the bowling team. ,.... y',: h 1 Q55 Q' --mmf' I I . i I fi i X i l I 3 William Coyle "Speedy" ls undecided about college as of now . . . Enjoys company with Stanton and Con- ley . . . Outdoor sports enthusiast. K .fi 4 4 S i c 4 K i , x i ' , ., ,,.. 1 K ' s loseph Dente 'Maxu Jnce seen taking it easy 011 the basket- xall court . . . Very popular senior . . 53 Will remember l1is Latin studies. 1 I 1 E 1 Get your hands off that dial, Favors all sports and rock n roll music . . . One of the well known seniors weire going up Q? I Vincent Donnls "Vi1mie', Hot rod fanatic . . . Seen with Quill, Gar- vey and Dillon . . . Plans to be an account- ant. Richard Fisher "Fishy Hopes to study electronics at Stevens Institute . . . Meanwhile makes electri- Victor Fischer "Kiddo" VVill major in science at Manhattan . . Enjoys fencing. JM-'3-'Q cal doo-dads . . . Seen with Poop, Romano, Molfese, and Schloth. Mr. Carnesecca talks to the student body at the annual basketball rally. git . 3? S my . F3 K 5 -- .2-. wx . 3 gf. 5 54 Louis Freda "Louie" Comes from Godis country . . . Ace pot shark . . . Schifando and DeVito are hi buddies. A Richard F ulgoni "Rich,' Plans to attend lllanhattan for engineer- ing . . . Renowned outdoorsman . . . Forms a cool threesome with Farina and Sweet- en. Another member of the "foriegn trio,' . . Martin Glacken "Muffy" llails from St. Nicholas of Tolentine Parish . . . Undecided about his future after Iona . . . Seen with Pizzano and Kelly. 1 I Eugene Logan "Gene" ., I vi WSF- WXSXXL rigs. - -- ' e is r e - L -as it E ' 3 ifskzifz-:se 1 . . - . m k X nx- W5 'Wzi-Ii' .ii ' - , K- A? Q L h aw A - ifwsifftji' j- - , A Q. ,. X X. -S 7 'L .- Kevin Hyland HKWU Francis Liszanckie KfFTan7, Fran intends to tak e up drafting . . . VVill attend local college . . . Pals with lilullee and the Logans. Came to St. Ann's in 1954- . . . intends to be a journalist . . . Can be found with Mfitchell, Iuibrone and Price. Pat Mullee receives his senior ring from Bro. Victor. VVould like to attend VVest Point and make the Army his career . . . Active in intramurals . . . Likes dancing and swim- ming. I George Logan "Duke" Uncertain about college . . . Favors Navy as a branch of the service . . . VVill enter field of business. Stephen Lombard Patrick Mullee "Steve" "Moe" Hails from Our Lady of Mercy Parish . . . VVill major in history in preparation for a Hopes to attend college after graduation teaching career . . . Has hopes of running . . . Senior pals are Logan, Mullee and a four minute mile . . . Enjoys dancing. Marino. Looks like Mullee is the only one happy to be going on retreat. we t A 35 lil R55 as h John Mulligan "Aloe" Undecided about college . . . Looking for- ward to a business career . . . Pals include Beckman and Conlin. Q gi E Daniel 0'Leary "Donny', Plans to make a career out of Civil Serv- ice . . . Enjoys all types of records . . . Often seen with Whelan. l ! Robert Parks "Bob" Comes from Corpus Christi Parish . . . Looking forward to Notre Dame . . . A budding musician on the drums. Joseph Pizzano "Joe" Spends spare time writing Latin term papers . . . Senior Pals include Kelly, Leonardi and Dunne. 3523233 . . ,sg 1 c 'W' : - x - 4 s' .- f ' - .f,-:?v5::?1r:., ' .1 ' ' " i D George Santiago "Georgie" Former member of the bowling team . . . Uncertain about college . . . For a hobby, collects popular records. -sr: , F - , H i A 5,52 f fl Guy Sclafani ..Guy,, All-American handball player . . . Last of the Foreign Trio . . . Plans to major in engineering at Manhattan. Thomas Russell "Russ" A eleven year man at the Academy . . . Plans to become insurance salesman after serving in U. S. Navy. 9 Clement Sanfilippo "Clem" Intends to take Liberal Arts at Pace Col- lege . . . VVill enter business field . . . Seen with lNIarsic0, Freda and DeVito. Kessler, Mulligan and Clarke discuss the value of drinking Coke. Innsp, KQQQQZE ' 9' Enzo Togneri KK Toy!! Has a fantastic story for every occasion . . . Enjoys records and dancing . . . Plans to take math at St. John's. Michael Venturini "Curly,' Will take engineering at City College , . . Enjoys cars and dancing . . . Pals in- clude Perrone, Valenti, and Bailey. Raymond Whelan ..Ray,, An outstanding intramural player . . Hopes to enter civil service . . . Sabo Dunne, and 0'Leary are Rayls pals. All Stanners attend the first funeral anniversary Mass for the late Archbishop Molloy in our gym. 58 F' x f':1fcic-rin Stuff: Blrs. YV. Jzikubowski, Blrs. G. Scarola, Bliss L. Pzumrcllu, Mrs. li. Mariano, Mrs. 17. Ilalloran. Mrs. M. Mm-Nivrncy, Mrs. M. Ring, Miss R. VKX-inhofvr. M rs. B0lllliS, Typist. s I J. ff.. 3? Y Rfr. R. Nlzirizmo, Muintcnzlm-0. Mr. L. S1-dlmoir, lingincor r. Sum Davis, Rwepfiollisl, cllzlls willl lim. Luke-. M ME lg51 5 r Q activities ,,... 5-4 N'WM1.X x. .. . MQW in Q Q Sb N Y ,Q I av' , u W' o as Q.. ,ag X 1. bw- A x ' 7N un--x Nunn I Standing: J. MeCauleyg F. Gallo, J. Bureliill, A. Karwaski, J. Tamas, G. D'Andrea, F. Bnonincontro, S. 0'Rourke. Silt1'ng.' F. Koss, 17. Mitchell, V. VValsh, H. Keogh, BI. Reilly, V. Buc- eicri The Sodality is an organization which affords each and every Stanner an oppor- tunity to perfect himself in his state of life. Through its various activities and undertakings, it channels the boundless zeal and enthusiasm of youth toward imi- tation of Christ and His Blessed hlother. Thus the two-fold mission of the Sodality is spiritual sflf perfection and develop- ment of apostolic zeal. The first part of this goal is accom- plished through weekly meetings and fre- quentation of the Sacraments. Every Thursday morning, Sodalists arrive extra early to attend a Mass and receive Com- munion in the gym. At their meetings, the Sodalists learn something more about their purpose in life and the means by which they can bring Christ and Mary to their neighbors. A rule of life is given each Sodalist which he binds himself to observe in or out of school. Socialists prepare to distribute Christmas Cards. 62 sqduliiy 151' t i 2 Bro. Clement Patrick Sembr Moderator l The apostolic zeal of the Sodality takes many formsg the sale of religious Christ- mas cards and rosary beads, the annual canned food drive and a school dance held once a year. This same zeal of the Sodality has for the first time this year, provided daily Blass and Communion in the school gym eau-li morning of Lent, for any and all sluclenls. Following the old St. Ann's tradition, the Sodality sponsored the May Devo- tions in honor of their Queen and Mother. Answering the critics of the modern tu-linger, these average young men live the Sodality motto in their daily lives, "To Christ Through Mary." .., ,r., Q Q 1 I i a F s K N Bro. llugh Andrew JIUI1-UT Illoderator Q' , in Clirislnms tableau presented all the Christmas Assembly my tlic Sodulity. E' Y-. . u, .N IIIII-l1.g.' V, fiiglio, K. llylznncl, li. l'rim-, li. l'l:xrk. -l. Iilflllllllllillll, NI. fonnolly, M. Yi-nturini, T. llculy, A. lie. Sflffrzgr l'. linliornoni li. Parks, li, Pcrronv, .l. l,0lIll'lll4'li, l,. l,lllll2lS, l'. 1illillIll'l'l. 'CN Bro. BUIl2lVL'llllll'Zl .Kgoslino Snphzmzorr' .'lInrlr'rr1lnr Bro. Hugh Andrew Moderator poster club Dilger and Pipolo put the finishing touches on "masterpiece" 'MF Standing: R. Trenehard, L. Pipolq, R. Clark, A. Cull, R. Keane. Sealed Seated: H. Dilger Mariano, J. Rowland, F. Keenan, E. Claudio. The poster club is the newest of the activities in the school. It affords interested students an opportunity to exercise their artistic tendencies. At the same time, the iclub provides posters of all sizes and shapes for other publicity needing activities. "Simi, flzuic-es, Sodzility food drives, basketball games and track meets are but a few of the constant customers of the poster club. All posters begin on the planning board. 641 ...J A g lv, ,,LL,LJ,L,,.ii,M,,, W W W . . .. . ...swsw-MQsss.N....iw...m-num.. fir.. Bro. Kevin Dominic 'NIO Moderator - Gornmn, Il. Anderson, P. Esposito, VV. Mc-iillire dis:-nssing pl Mic-hzicl. The Forensics is onc of the youngest organizations in the school. Under the direction of its three moderators, the Fo- rensics has made considerable progress during the past year. Most of its members are from the freshman and sophomore ,wtrx classes. With this in mind, we fool sure that the Voice of Molloy will soon lllilkl' itself felt in all the major inccts of the coming year. Bro. Kevin Miclizlvl ill orlvrafor uns with ll. Kevin l 'KL Bro. Cyprian Freshman Moderator N C. Pucic, H, Rudolph, B. l'iilgl'I'tOll, ill. DiS:ilvo rclivarsing zi spvvvli. Bro. Augustine Joseph Moderator Bro. Augustine holds a pre reporters. ss conference with his Editorial Staff: Slanding: Alan Re, Mike Collins, Sports Editorg Richard Tucksinith. Siding: Peter Dusseau, Asst. Editorg Frank Buonincontro, Editorg John VValsh, Asst. Editor. The Stanner is thc major literary outlet for our stu- dent body. For the past forty-four years, it has publi- cized the various activities and accolnplishlnents of St. Ann's Academy. Its popularity can be realized when one considers all that hlolloy men pride themselves on the title, "Stanners." This year, Bro. Augustine and his staff changed the format of the paper from the pamphlet size to the more common four page newspaper style. The same quality however was kept intact. Every issue contains the "In- quiring Photographerf, an editorial, Track news notes and the "Senior Spotlight." Besides these columns, spe- cial feature articles pertaining to the current inonth are written up. All Stanners can be sure that our school paper will continue to serve Archbishop hlolloy for at least another forty-four years with the same quality and popularity. I ,Q XS: x 'wqh1,,,-- lvilliznn Moran interviews Bro. Philip Dznnian for a Stanncr article. Typing Staff: Ronald Perez, Fred Heyer, Victor F isc-her, Joe Sinka, Salvatore Squitieri, William Rollar and Jznnes Chase. - . E iff N,w.......q...., --. ..x 5 , Q' Q ji ' A x AQ ,.. gf, -, B f hd1tOFS edltor and fi' fig?-Y?'W?5I355ix7?3?ii. 1' f I 13,595 f?fQs1ff?-ws?-fi 5 ,f,L, 5,1 bluedml white ions'-S N, 'J i 'Wifi The work of a yearbook staff is difhcult in any school, but at Archbishop ltlolloy, we faced a unique situation. VVe had to capture all the memories of the first year of a new school and at the same time set a new tradition while retaining all the precious precedent of the old Academy. It is our firm and sincere wish that this first Blue and White of our new school has kept alive the Stanner standards and tra- ditions for all future ltlolloy men to look back upon. Ed Perrone helps Thomas lNIeyer hunt for ideas in other yearbooks. Jani' Joe Sinka, our chief typiat, finishes another long page of copy. Bro. Philip Robert gauges the size of one ofthe many photos needed in our book. 2 Finding captions is a task requiring many heads. Staff members, :IQIIIIQS Tounlcy and Edward Ili Ciutiis confer on one of thc dividvr pages. Administrative Committeeg Seated: G. Servedio, president: J. Maloney, McCann, C. Padala, T. Healy, R. . ,wa Bro. Eugene and S.A.C. members hold one of their informal meetings. sludeni uciivliies committee 7 QP. Bro. S. Eugene M oderatofr The Student Activities Committee is precisely what its name implies, a group of students who plan, organize and run the various activities of the school. Its member- ship is composed of two groupsg the Administrative Committee, outstanding Seniors and juniors selected by Bro. Eugene and the Executive Committee, two elected representatives from each class in the school. In the Administrative Committee, all plans are for- mulated as to which activity will be held and the time and place. The Executive Committee assists in putting the plans into operation. ll. B0f'klIl1Ill and lllS1l2ltCf'lll.ll pretty picture on the Klilllfl' floor. Joseph Arncy of lllc sixth grade hands Bro. John I12lXYY't'llC'L'Zl winning stub in the raffle. 5 s i 1 5 2 3 E F sr i i Many of the S.A.C.'s outstanding undertakings this year have been social in nature. The first dance, "The VVelcome Festivaln was a gala affair modeled on the "Farewell Festival" held last year at St. Ann's. The success of the affair can be measured by the number in attendance which exceeded one thousand. "Sue," as the organization has come to be known, sponsored all but one of the other school dances, including the Junior Hop and the Senior Prom. qv SNK rer.. . b , . kan , f 1 H- , .W ,... '- 'S ll .' "" -- -I 'll"1 . t,. 5 5 ami ga! ' in '-ft? Q it ,I , . il' i Tai' ' 'iiii . ,Q . r. iv 1 .. ml'-"Tl lea-K' fr ail- , 'I - . ,U ",!?"f'. . - . ' V w, sf' l e' , N ' -v u. ,e4.. ,' ' , ..kk. -se .3 y. ww ef- r pr!-? X s - s X .e ! e ta as ...M-w,:4W'. Lombard, Walsh, Ciafardoni, and Duinus in a Polo Grounds Rosary Rally tableau on the Sacrament ol' Matriniony. Bro. C. Francis discusses some plans with the freshman representatives. -A new outlet for "Sac's,' energy was instituted this year with the most delightful school Christmas assem- bly, highlighted by a live tableau of the Stable of Bethlehem. The Skating Party held in late March proved to be organized with the usual "Sac', eiiiciency and was equally enjoyable. On the more serious side of its undertakings, "Sac" helped manage the P.T.A. by providing ushers through- out the building to aid the visiting parents. Bro. C. Francis. Cn-Moderator 72 S.A.C. President Frank Servedio gets a laugh out of the various class representatives. The lNI0lloy Band made its debut at the St. Patrick's Day Asseuibl f - gg riijg Q LLkf f .Q-.K Lfk Vg ,xi 3 5 fx, .,, i K z ltlolloy men attend the first Benediction on the new school altar. Bro. John Lawrence, Director, presents the class spirit trophy to R. Dubois, president of lA. In its efforts to foster Student activity and support in other fields, the Executive Connnittcc took on thc task of distributing Chance books for the annual school rattle. The Hfteen thousand dollars made- on thc raffle- was usvd for the improvement of the outdoor truck. Without exaggeration, it can be said that one of thc main reasons for the efficiency of our school can ln- found in the Student Activities C'ommittcc. Stanners and their dates move to the rhythm ol' zu livcly tune. 78 uncle:-classes 'I . NW wg? 'lk If . Q . , Y lx. ,.,..v- 1 l S 'S 8 A mf" X N 5.4. S5 A M Q' ' Ili! x uw 4 pq. zz i "' x .K .N as MNQJ :,, Q Top Row: RI. D,Arnic0, F. Brockway, T. Cunningham, P. Albrecht C. Davis. Row Two: A. Cull, R. Costello, D. Burks, F. Caronna, J. Buckley. Row Three: F. Villafranca, B. Conlan, R. Bracken, J Christie, J. Dorsey. Row Four: YV. Cardone, R. Castine, R. Dillon VV. Baumback. s y 3a MMT iid Kg-qv' Bro. S. Eugene Latin, Student A!'f1'l7l'f1'f'S Com nz itivc Top Row: P. Callaghan, BI. Bamonte, lll. Barone, li. Brady, J. Cnr tin. Row Tivo: J. Cassaro, J. Chase, A. Como, J. llup. Hou' Three: J Buell, J. Acldiego, P. Carnilleri, A. Capo, J. Calllun. Hou' Four: J Brosnan, N. Andrisano, G. Crennan, F. Billovits. The camera Catches R. Coffey completely by surprise. 2 an :Q ws? fm -535 2538 Bro. Damian Victor Spanish, Math, Buszness Jlanagement Softball Top Ifaizu' VV, Kelly, R. Braguglia, BI. King, G. G TV. Jones, E. Graziani, G. Finley, T. Laide, T. Fennclly. Rau' Three: '--.Sq Top Row: R. Hutter, V. Zupa, D. Dougherty, R. Fruin, J. Gnffigan. Hou' Two: A. Healy, R. Flaherty, A. Calamari, R. Leonis, J. Kolilwuy. I Row Three: G. Lanning, D. Hughes, E. Hollywood, B. Fioretti, A rodzickl. Hou' Two: Gavil 1. Row Four: D. Hayes, T. Hannah, T. Fox, J. Janos. P. Ferry, E. Kollar, J. Duignan, P. Korniluk, G. Hallam. Rau' Four: A. Laliianca, P. Dusseau, R. Ferrarri, R. Kelly. 'W'--...,,..,-unix X A .A , Bro. John Lawrence, Direetor, gives the llfedalist students their awards. 77 --1... 3: Bro. Stephen Martin M ath, Punchball Top Row: O. Maurer, F. Panzani, C. McGuire, R. Meyer, T. Long, J. Moloney, J. O,C0nnor. Row Two: E. Pierce, T. McCann, M. Martin E. McGuire R. McGlynn. Row Three: M. McNeill, M. Marino, J McCormick, K. McCarthy. Row Four: M. Abbatiello, J. McCarthy, J. Neville, T. Meyer. Top Row: L. Nussbaum, J. lNIcGovern, K. 0'Connell, VV. hloran, J. McGuire. Row Two: F. Ohrnberger, P. 0'R0urke, J. Gorman, J. Mitchell, G. Light. Row Three: R. hlullen, L. Pipolo, J. Nicolosi, J. McCann, T. Oliver. Row Four: T. hfulkeen, J. lNIcPeak, D. McCarron, S. Pinello. 1 ., Operator, give me long distance please. Top Roux' J. Zufa, F. Stevens, E. Sturmer, F. Russao, W. Taylor, R. Vielleux. Row Two: N. Arietano, C. Saragaglia, T. Russelk R. VVic- N- pi-Ap-fe Bro. Augustine Joseph English, World History, Stannvr gand, F- R91-5811, B- Vvilllllall- R010 Three-' J- Vecchio, G- V0gliHl10, E- Top Row: P. Klint, A. Poggio, T. Spinnnto, R. Thompson. Row Tim: Young, J. Schatz. J. Smith. R. White, J. Regan, S. Wandzilak, R. Keane, R. Schroeder. Hou Three: K. Vilhalen, S. Rosato, T. Reilly, G. SOIIIIIJZI, K. Toollcy. Hou' Four: J. Zingone, D. Tuozzo. J. Slane, A. Zuuuno, T. Sweeney. They have just decided to put all the books in size places. Top Row: R. Gray, A. King, P. Linehan, R. VValsl1. Middle Row: T. lllills, J. Dowd, D. Russell, R. Hughes, J. VVanser. Bottom How: E. Dcluka, M. Thompson, G. Blanch, J. Sullivan, R. Caro, J. Kane. No, Bro. Eugene isn't seeing double. Ile is talking to the Logan twins Top Row: G. Clark, F. Kurtz, G. Buzz, B. liclgcrton. Middle How: P. lllanm-uso, L. Schreiner, P. Cronnn, P. Korniluk. lfoltom Row: VV. EVHIIS, J. lwortcll, ll. Telus, E. Gallagher, A. Burns. 3f'f"'M Top Row: W. llloran, J. Donnelly, J. Hargrove, R. Bobo, R. Cleary, J. Brinkman, C. Aspinall, G. Bell, J. Baiardi, VV. lNIcGuire. How Two: A. Andrus, F. Tabone, R. Olivieri, Il. Potter, A. Ciarlettn, R. Angli- era, T. Tantillo, P. hladigan, R. Nolan. Row Three: J. Kinirons, R. Blakofskc, VV. Tedesco, G. llleditz, C. Donohoe, P. Murphy, H. Dilger, D. Gearey, R. Fitzpatrick. Row Four: D. Grund, P. YValsh, J. Con- boy, R. Hogan, J. Sherlock, J. Connors, E. Rose, T. Collins, LI. Peters. Bro. Philip Robert Spanish, French, Photography lllrs. Maher helps a coat find its owner. 82 an 3' X I' .-.Nix K F 5 s A 1 ' 4 ' I G' 9 Vane-A Top Roux' VV. Bowen, YV. lloell, K. Gormley, VV. Faranda, J. Bove, R. Annacumma, C. Hannon, G. ii , Dwyer, C. Ahmos. lfou' Two: T. Connors, J, Chiaramonte, J. Delllasio, F. Gallagher, E. Cunningham, lg """ G. Dc Stefano, VV. Bowden, J. Brosnan, VV. Albergo. Row Three: R. Greene, YV. Cosentino, J. Sih, R. Gcraghty, J. Casey, A. Ginipro, T. Justive, ll. Anderson, E. Fitzpatrick. Row Four: T. Connors, K. Carroll, K. Gambon, R. Ellrerfeld, D. Garvey, C. hIL'DO!10UgTl, J. Broderick, VV. Cleary, A. Ceigersmidt, J. Corway. Bro. Luke Anselm Spanish, lnlram ural fnolhull One good reason why our P.T.A. sessions arc now held ill classrooms. N53 x . z A .,f'N.,xx. 88 if lien? rr :k 'X ff' ' Q Top Row: W. Griffin, J. Harkness, F. Montagnino, F. Pasqualino, A. Lozito, lil. Huland, W. Parchen, J. Rowland, B. Goeller, J. lVIcCue. Row Two: W. Iuibergamo, E. Kiernan, NI. Lehman, P. lVIurray, N. Howe, R. Kelly, D. Russell, L. Feger. Row Three: J. Labia, T. 0'C0nnell, C, Pactwa, C. Perrone, S. Napolitano, A. Farsih, VV. Heidelberger, T. O'Brien, R. lllilazzo, H. Keating, Row Four: R. Morrissey, K. Murray, R. Lohner, B. McGuire, L. Persbacker, W. Bushing, J. Himmelman, T. Richards, C. Joyce, J. Juchem. 84 i Hey! Give me the answer. 'K I9 Bro. Hugh Andrew History, Mechanical Drawing Poster Club 5 i .. ,, wa X ,arp N-li Bro. Luke Michael Biology Top Row: E. Towsley, G. Ehler, V. Pellegrino, D. Hudson, R. Brady, D. Malnnwy, 'l'. Kc-onnn. T. llilli gan, P. Calamari. Row Two: R. Reiss, E. DeCiutiis, C. INTL-Dernioti, J. Bradley, R. Budd, J. Roirdon, D Catalano, C. Conzelman, A. Liben, YY. Donovan. Hou' Three: T. McAuliffe, C Collat, J. Doimgliy, D Delahunty, J. Parcso, T. McGee, V. Richards, G. Heinc, V. Bonini, J. IIllllllllS. Hou' Four: J. Lyons, S Cavar, J. Rini, R. Frey, A. Pessoni, J. Tuomey, J. Hendricks, VV. Liszanckic, J. Geis, F. Stanzel. Guess who has spring fever? 85 ,, ,. 'ff fv- s i 'W if if ' I ...Wi-fo Bro. Peter Michael Uforld H istorll, Year Rook Bro. Christopher Jude draws a full house for his visual aid program. Top Raw: V. Schurnn, C. Dougherty, R. Burke, D. Cree-den, li. Gluck, F. llfc-Kennett, D. Crm-gan, A Rossi, P. Dicciani. Ifou' Tim: P. Ilollenstein, F. Bird, A. Cinquemani, A. C2lI'll0IIl0ll2l, I.. CIISIIIIHIIIO R. H. Cullen, J. Ferro, P. Capitali. Row Three: R. Anello, J. cv2lI1lllZZ2lI'0, T. Urowc, T. Froci, D. Barra T. Hznnmill, B. 0'Connell, T. Blum, R. Dlariano. Row Four: J. Caggiano, J. Coppola, R. IC. Fullen, J Quinn, J. Eager, P. Buckley, R. Balint, J. Conners, J. Carmello. , 86 Q S S is i 5 gs Top 1I'0'lD.' G. Triglia, F. Rakoczy, C. Valeron, J. Pettit, A. Scotti, C. Parker nntewitz, G. Wilson. Ifou' Tim: J. Shea, R. Urso, W. Travis, R. Valdivieso 1 D. Ulmsehneider, S. VVil- J. Vitrano, F. Stines, A. L. Rcllbein, YY. Steak. Il,01l'F0'llJ'.'E. Smith, H. Studley, R. Rose, E. Ronan M. Shields, H. Reitsam, E. Cavanagh. 87 Wallner, T. Sturniolo. Row Three: P. Spero, A. Pierno, F. Zehend, K. Vitale, F. Vigueras, J. Steward, , J. Hattley, R. Ulasewicz, The Q:35 P.llI. scramble. Bro. Patrick Daniel Geometry Intramural Valle-yball 5'-ml Top Row: J. Larkin, W. Manning, YV. Giaimo, VV. Meneeh, F. Quiei, J. Kelleher, C. Wood, G. VVOyto wicz. Row Two: J. Flynn, J. Kellerhals, P. Macura, J. Blclia, VV. Hulse, D. lNIcCarthy, C. lllinch, A Panieo. Row Three: R. OlNeill, C. McKibbin, N. Gomez, J. Medici, C. Fries, J. Henry, A. llfelish, VV llflesiak. Row Four: J. Beauregard, BI. LoFrume11t0, K. O'Neill, J. Kelmer, R. Ford, J. lllurray, C. Linares, R. Ramirez. Bro. Luke lllartin Geometry, Freshman liaskvtball Une of our spacious Biology labs. ' 88 Elllx 5 Hg ' ' N Ax Twp lfmr: J. Munzolli, YY. York, P. Szabo, B. lVllll0Il6, R. VV:1gner, D. Gorman, li. Tully, D. Slevin, R. Loc, J. Ryan. lfuu' Tzm: J. llnndlin, li. Slwllcy, J. Lcrro, Fusaiotti, K. Ryan, F. Majorossy, R. Glulz- ,ev 'X iak, li. llnlcy, ll. Steward, VV. Allvzmosc. How Three: M. Rurltke, R. Powers, H. Black, F. Provino, A 1-,..,,,,, Rwzzorc D 'l'r'nflic'-nmlu lf' Diwz 'I' Rvun T Gillmpie 1flJu'1'lf1UT'R Kurnp P Tfxrkov l McNult R . ,...,..,.,.,.... .. ,..-,.. y,, lY0trulm, A. Sfcrrnzzzl, A. Krebs, R. Sunday, J. Buckley, J. Fcency, R. Baron. Bro. Kevin Miclmcl Icllgll-Nh, 1'lUI'l'II.VI'f'.V Wi ulixplorerl' Hlllllllll bc passing over this spot. 89 fe . . Bro. Francis Damian Latin, English, Intramural basketball Top Row: F. Albertini, J. Reitmann, S. Lazzara, J. O'C0nnor, WV. Bowteck, P. Guinta, Wl. Doschor, ll Roberson. Row Two: V. Vanasco, J. VVerner, J. Daly, R. Fontana, ll. Carcone, V. liattanzio, E. Steego zenberg. Row Four: A. Nichta, P. Donohue, P. Bogan, VV. lllolloy, J. LaBianca, J. Michard, Bl. Sullivan R. Calderelli, C. Gagliano. Gee, there's nothing left. 90 J. Lynch. Row Three: N. DiStefano, R. Thorpe, J. Glitzner, F. Beslanovits, J. Fnrno, K. Duvi, R. Bon- xl' Mme., rv. ,- , w i Nbr i - Y Top Row: F. 0lDonnell, J. YVolfe, J. Sovinsky, R. Johnson, YY. Bcnsc-ll, D. 0'Sl1ea, C. Hauck, P. llfcssina J. Rettaliata, R. Truocc-hio. Row Two: A. DiStasi, C. Pucie, VV. Zoiner, A. Clarke, E. Broun, N. Devlin J. Reilly, J. Switzer, S. Rowan, R. Barnes, K. Erwin. Row Three: C. VVelz, YV. Bywatcr, U. Rees, P Bradley, D. Magioncalda, IC. Duily, J. Clark, VV. Smith, T. Ryan, F. Giles, R. Cornwall. Hou' Four: R agan, R. DuBois. Bro. C. Francis English, S.A.C. if Ryan, Zehend and Slevin eat with a basliful soph. Q- 92 x Gedgard, J. Allen, G. Balnbrick, V. DeNic0la, K. DeAngelis, B. Flynn, T. Healy, J. Finnegan, J. Flan- J. Serra, R. White, K. J. Kelly. fr Q. X fi Top lfmr: K. WV. Kelly, T. Sc-alley, E. lllt-Kenna, R. Erhardt, R. Giacini. A. Doyle, J. Stenclrini, S. Gare-ia, ll. Cisler, J. Sullivan. IfU'll.' Turn: llfl. lhICf2ll2lFlC, C. Dee, G. Swander, J. Hennessy, C. Osborn R. Iannonc-, R. Biondi, J. Robinson, B. Burke, B. U'Donnell, T. Cawley. Hou' Three: J. Toscano, R ,gp--. Junis, E. Bznnbaucr, J. StUI'IIlCI', YV. O'Connell, J. Truta, K. Nann, R. Coffey, A. Bennis, J. Brady, J lNIcQuacle. Hou' Four: P. Connolly, R. Gasser, R. Schulz, J. Beasely, VV. Campbell, VV. Bush, F. Tutone Bro. Robert Bernard Elementary .-Ilgvbra, General Sr'1'cr11'c 1 s,,.w If only they would remain this studious for the rest of their high school. 93 - K r Top Row: H. Cornell, R. Budraitis, R. Valley, J. Sheridan, D. Cooney, V. lNIc-Sherry, S. Daly, VV. Cos t llo J. Divers. Row Two: J. Smith, A. VVitt, R, Tennant, T. Sinsheinner, B. Finneran, VV. Duke, E. 'W'f"9"' 9 a Coviello J Racihlc, WV. Ganzi, E. vvllllilllli Huw Three: lNI. Garvey, J. Diamond, ll. Riepe, J. Devhn, R. Caron, A. Sullivan, C. Longworth, D. Nussbaum, D. Sobin, li. Corway. lime Four: K. Farrell, J. Vallely, VV. Smith, D. Wverner, T. Lynch, E. Novak, P. Breen, R. O'Connor, J. Brunner, R. Dowd. L Bro. Mic-hacl lvilfrid English, Frcnrlz, Plzofugraplzy nw 'Ni ,J Kr... .. x , Schroeder never believed in Santa before. 94 5? N M Q M tif,-rc. Hou' T'11'o.' C. Duhos, K. Pic-kcl, K. Ililllllllill, D. Fllllgllllilll, V. lhlcrrin, I.. Bisc'l1oll'lwrgcl', S. Vos- tcllo, G. Hcyrer, J. Gilligan, J. COIlIlly. Hou' Tl1rf'c'.' T. Fzlllcy, I.. Snlu-lhl, Y. fviilllgiillil, YY. You J. Coum-ll, T. Carpenter, D. Healy, J. Iluggorty, H. Ilcillcy, J. RL-if-111-1't, R. Milligi, J. 19111-ci. Bro. Loo Riclmrd f'1'1'1'f'.v, lVor1r1 Illfvtory, Sho! Put It's hard for one mam to kccp up with two others. 95 Top Roux' A. II1lll1'k, R. Bow, A. Br-rgor, ll. Hoppe, L. Guzfhn, Y. Barron, 'l'. Svah-s, T. lhnlkzl, N. frunl- Prunty, VV. Rllddlllglllill, J. Gloss, J. Pm-rry, J. Gklfflltxy, A. Sogclski, lfUIl'l"1HlF.'.x. llrcnnznn, W. liiamm-lll -4+ Bro. Christopher Jude General Science, Visual Aids Program Lawless. Rau' Tu'0: C. Morales, T. Kelly, S. Kahn, F. Keenan, S. Maltcsv, R. Mnknskc, V. Loml, J Minnucci, VV. Steincrt, K. II0llH121Il. How Threw: IC. Nforan, P. lilarotti, J. Lnngton, K. Mulvchill, K Michaud, M. Mangino, J. Holster, VV. Keating, NY. Marrinan, K. Donohue, G. Kass. lion' Four: M Laraia, L. Iannarone, A. KOSSIIIHII, R. Hintzc, B. lNIc-Kenna, J. Jones, W. Lynch, D. Kano, W. Wilson W. Murphy. Oh! I forgot my money. 96 Top Row: J. lifottle, R. Casscrly, HI. Uhl, ll. Bfurtha, R. Morrissey, R. Km-arm-y, T. lilalrc-lmsc, WY. 3 51 W Top Ifulrf II, I,llllIlk', N, Russo, A. Burns, U. Brown, U. Mvllollulml, R. Moilcr, J, Sw-lzzl, R. Daly, l Smith. lfnu' Tim: R, l"r:u11c-osx-llini, J. Byrno, L. Rvilly, if Sl1lliY!lIl, M. Shulis, T. Brody, F. Gzlllcllr, sviill, R, lla-am. J. Scaliso. lfrm' Thrvr: J. Smith, R. B0llilli, li. Clzllxflio, R. Brown, M, Pillllill, BI. D1 V. Donnelly, I.. Armcllioo, R. gXI'lIll'uillU, C. Adzuns, li. Vzxric-otto. Ifoz1'Fnur.' S. Pronko, J. IKCKIIIIUIN Kosik, R. Hopf, if Zovllcr, J. Dooley, J. GOFIIIQIII, J. Ly1,0llIl0H, II. Caslin, YV. Pearse. 97 lllll, 4".,",'. ' W' Bro. FI'2lllt'iS Bcrnnrfl 1'f11gl1'.vl1, l'1'1'1A1-S, Iilrrld Ilixlvrry Ha! I got all the answers writtcn down. ,yay wwf xr nl Top Row: T. Mathews, lN'I. DiSalvo, T. Roche, G. Miller, G. VVallis, G. Kenney, J. ltlailley, DI. VVhite, J. Thompson, B. Larkin. Row Two: R. Schroeder, A. Loftus, J. hlanzi, T. 0'Flaherty, N. lllorisco, R. Meyers, J. Gilliam, VV. VVeiss, V. Hewitt, L. Blarigliano, A. Sapountzis. Row Three: J. Caracciolo, C Imbergamo, B. Henry, J. Winkelman, L. Linehan, R. hlagalik, T. Heckel, J. Hunt, A. Merkt, R. Wil liams, R. Mastromauro. Row Four: T. Frank, V. DeSirnone, T. lNIangiere, J. Dowling, VV. DelVallez, J. Shortt, R. Roginski, L. Wehlitz, R. Kinahan, E. Houghey. Bro. Martin Luke English, Freshman Basketball V iii .g. .. . Some people will do anything to show off a class trophy. 98 W If g .P I s X, I T 0. William Kieran ncral Sr'i0nz'1', Cizrim, IVurId History 25, 26, 27, 28. Terriic, huh! Top Row: B. Berger, E. Krolikowski, J. Atkins, VV. Lziwrcm-e, W. Brcitncr, lfl. Bornznicr, ll. Illrif-ll, G Buonincontro, llf. Cipriano. Rau' Tuw: A. l,aRussa, A. Lunrly, C. Cznllnlmn, WV. Brown, T. FOIIlIllL'l, T Leggierc, C. Kozlik, D. 0'Connell, VV. Lennney, D. Shea, R. Barrelln. How Tlzrec: J. King, R. Kvlly, F. Cerullo, J. Rclmecchi, J. Boland, R. Long, K. Burke, B. Briguglio, R. Bntterniore. Rau' Four: S. Perniciaro, G. Chamberlain, J. Kosloski, J. Long, J. Burns, B. Lanteri, M. Link, G. lYyatt, J. Krus' zewskl, M. Kelly, 99 l.l ,N uh K 'hx J Q ag,- likgf is-,A yi .imi Limf YVLL i 1' Bro. Patrick lllattliew General Science, Elemenfary Algebra Several students pay a visit to the Archbishop lNIoll0y lVleInori:1l Chapel. Top Row: G. Garofalo, C. Seguine, R. Travcrsi, R. Rilmulla, T. Collins, P. Vccscy, T. U'Bricn, J. Rcir- den, J. llfetz, P. Trent. R010 Two: C. Slmughnessy, G. Roliland, G. Rolling, R. NL-ulmauer, J. Salujkal J. Rico, G. Nicholson, D. Kennclly, A. Salvatore, N. Schloss:-r. Rau' Tlm'c: A. Rodriguez, J. Sherry D. Redmond, R. Sr-liuruui, V. Ric-Ci, J. Suris, J. Smith, F. Serra, V. Porti, F. Zur-hclli. Row Four: J Connors, N. Thylstrup, R. Shire, D. Paccilli, TQ 0,Mara, V. 0'Brien, T. Newell, N. Luke, F. Vita- mante, A. lVetherell. 100 1 U I Top 1fou'.'J. Dr-nnnn, D. Gibbons, R. C rr , R. G ' R. F u y r1s, armor, J. Gorman, R. JHVRIII, R Jensen E Hughes. lfmv T11'n.' J. Donohoc, J. Kababik, T. Farrell, T. Grimes, C. Kamarad, K. Donnelly, F. Gara- folo, A. Karabela, R. Dcmarf-o. Row Three: T. F ll D. D ' J c , wyer, . Cummings, V. Garafloa, L. Haag T. J Finner, D. Imnole, I . Daignesnult, P. Durando, D. Dunn. Row Four: DI. Dwyer, P. Giordano, T. Doran, J. Hugel, H. Cuddihy, R. Donnelly, E. Hernandez, J. Hynes, P. Furniss, Hein. 101 Bro. Ludwig English, 01.91-PS, World Ilixfary T rack Beyrer, Reirdon and Thorpe take advantage of the social life at A.M.H.S. Top Row: J. Peers, R. Aab, M. Cahill, J. lVIarc'hese, G. Byrnes, G. Hyeneker, R. Ainworth, R. Kott, T. 0'Neill. Row Two: D. Neilson, R. Andrews, R. Corsiglia, H. Rodolf, D. Adams, J. Kay, V. Savino, J. Haig, P. Sheridan. Row Three: C. Neville, R. Jankcsh, R. VVils0n, C. King, E. McErlain, L. Cresci, E. Commender, DI. Vay, G. Hannah. Row Four: J. Brown, P. Stengel, V. Canizio, J. Healy, J. Conerty, R. lllartin, T. Smyth, P. Esposito, C. lrolla. l 102 .inf-awk "7 Bro. Raphael Martin Civics, W'orId History The Rosary is said daily by every Stanner in class. . . , .N 5 E .. Q Q 3 f 52 . 1, 5 Q E x Y . is .,... ,. Wi xy WR, Rr : Q 'N Bro. Cyprian English, Elementary Algebra, Debate Magalik and Williams use the sensible method of Ending a book. s Top Raw: D. Alexander, K. Blunnelly, K. lllittclstacdt, G. Moreno, T. Mau-Dowvll, M. Forrigno, M. Twlllilll, R. Seel, V. Iannoco. Row Two: J. Alongi, E. lllunaco, D. McKean, J. Fe-nm-ll, L. Messina, lfl. lngenito, J. Dlaclsen, J. Mitchell, T. Berger, R. Smith. Hou' Three: G. l7um'an, M. Mclllnllon, F. Mosc- ley, BI. Sica, R, Minogue, R. Keenan, J. Mazur, li. liivvt, M. M0Cz1H'rey, P. lllcihlmv. Hou' 1"uur.' li. lllartin, R. lllauro, V. lllosca, J. lllonck, R. Murphy, C. McMahon, VV. xv2llllllOl.l'I', J. Minerva, T. lllc-Enroe, R. lllullcr. .5 103 Bro. Kevin Justin N N , no 'S-XX Q Usa nvlosk Rf, 45? . N L 5 if + Ei3fv?fii?i??tK?wf2i Q ,R X P p Ahh 41 2. X Y mffb- E? fx R, Q 4+ W in ffm N X 'Exp 5 ,iw fe 5 fa wfnfi Qs , wx Wdfamffuixm 3 4 1 3, wg? K af X at mo, My t W gy. 3 513,89 xmfsvw rm X Wir ft X My PE in af , 35.2 :gm Pig Nw, 2 ti, ,Mg U KX ,G Q ' ' 2 Hail' ffm "., Q 5 F' .- '55 N3 3-: ' sw ' "' . Q im --U P Si -"' : -' :E ' ' I Sfffiffilltfils if ,iw - - . T. f ,-wlfrszfu-Sifzfvstgl --" - 5 ' , S , .tg Thomas Barrett Joseph Bosch John Bowden Thomas Clare Peter Cawley Robert Clarke Vincent Casbarra Wav Francis Cost Timothy Costello 104 Robert Cote ,ip . ' ., . i mi Z H or V. V K .xg er We -02 , ,. 5 f M Wi wqffi J kg Macs X QM 4 w SX K Donald Durando . X.B1 N John Daly Joseph Fallon S. William Ellison . Gary Frase l.X. Q WkL-: I ' fur o-,k :'. Q goo A Eugene DiFalco L l Philip Garetano William F errante 7 X 512-isfriefkas Q Q - -l A I AA, ., Patrick Gorman Kelvin Greene 105 Bernard Harrigan Q vv4g,k - Q4 '1 .W I. "mil--... 35 ' wi M, 'L'L John Madigan John Higginson S 'V Wx dl Joseph Monahan Joseph Majdan p as ga, 3, ' g., J ohoo Jh ooolo ai, ' James Murphy Paul Kosara I o ooJo ? . Joseph lNIcLoughlin fins ., if' S, Q- oi 5 A 7' V i Francis lVIf'hfI2lh0ll Paul Nicholson , 1' . - -12 X Robert hlullarkey 2 kky JZ -'fa fa Michael Nicolo 106 Q Thomas Odell Q Austin 0'Brien gulf Richard Piampiano -au-ef' .l 511 N' 1 Xt." ow, Nicholas Pzmelrizuu-1 Q, A M "" ' H. if i .: 'K sy 4 -f' L o 4 o Robert Shortall -..- ik I X x " Thomas Vezina Kenneth Schofield John Wondorling in Robert Weiss ighwli K, 1 Sk ., 2:15, J Y Q W! 1 iii 1 Q ' g l .om . ' T - . A 59 o ' iwaurice Valvlivieso ioo if W' Kms' X.. Top lf01l'.' J. xIHC'K9llZiLX, R. Strube, A. Bresviavi, H. Boylan, J. Ilonvs, Rf. Mc-Mahon, R. Ilvllnn, G llcvclle, D, Hlzidric-k. Ron' T11'o.' D. Cznpituli, L. Brush, R, Klolmilc, T. Murphy, B. Bfurtin, K. Junkvs C. W'inlcrcr, D. IIHQHIIQ, YV. VV:llkcr. Hou' T11rf'1': B. C'nnnully, 'I'. Junkcs, G. Murzcv, F. Pignulzlro, S Bro. Rllyllllllld Ricllarfl Attention is Qflfffi of learning. Millzxzo, D. Duffy, D. M4-Uvvitt, R. Bzlrtholonlc. lfn11'l"o11r.' P. flilllilgilf, BI. Tsuji, P. Blomn, R. Sticncr R. Loth, C. Mitllvcll. 108 mf, f ,WW 4? Q. ww, .Q K. :TQ - N M. K 1 'G' 'X Nl, Top IfUIl'.' J. H111-Ii,-I. fi:1IIngIn'l', II. Ifvksim-ill, IC. IIIIIDIII, J. I,ui:n-uno, YY. W4-il, YY. I,lIl'j'l'K', IC. 1l:1II'l vw K. I3o.Xllg.1vIis. Iftlll' Tzroi NI. Yin-41-lls, 'I'. Bllllilgllil, K. I,1'Il'l'S, I". I"ifz'mIl'i4'k I' SWl'l'IIl'Y If Iim-Im I I ,. .,,., ,. , V, V - 4 -II, J. bhulllvr, W .I'urrI.lfn11'7l1rr'1'.'Ix.Ill'ogg:1ll, S. Sllrnmn, Il. Ill'I't'1NIilIII, 'I'. K1-Ilv, J. Jun -s I VH Armllv, J. K1-siting, J. fIIIIIgRlll, X. Billllllilll, J. Quinn, I'. Snllivnn I. 1- IIIIHIHI ll I g I . . ': 1 -', .II il vc: ru. Denis Maura Iivvrylvocly Ixus :ln answer. 109 IW X .. X Q. , n . LI In I D. Pllllyilt, V. Rim-11m'c'i, J. Quinn, YY. Iiurrcro, K. I,IllI'I'ill0y. lfnu' Fnur: J. Silvcslm, 'I'. Snmsv Y. Um , . ih gf eibu Um. Kuvin -lusiili l'm11'l1 Blow? l:tl1'L'IfUII'I IC. liilDl'l', K. tiI'01'lI0,XY. Fmml, YY, lillismi, P. f':iwI4-y, J, l'ui'1'y. JIU "Is .." ' at . 'Z' s vi , ' 1-151 v. . 3 rwlh- I". N111 IDIIFYOO. Lzisl Vl'2ll"S l,I'iV2lil' Svlifmi f1il2llllIli0IlS ii0llll4i thi- gu- iiig ai lilth- illorv clifiivilll lhis yvair. Thi' li-:im aliml mil Imam- lhv lu-iglil or bull luimlling of lzisl j'l'2lI'.S li-um. .Xllliough lhc i'cc-mul shows il six wins, six lussc-s. llu-rv we-rv sm-vvml high lights. Thi- mosl sailisfyiiigg vic'lm'.v for till'i4'2illl2lIl1il'SIll'!'i2liif'fill' Bro. Kc-vin wus thail mm-1' illl ulfl rival, Sl. Ili-h-im. l'iY4'I'j' iK'2llll hzis nm- rivzii wlmm lhvy Olljilj' 411-fczililig Ill0!'l' than :my olhvr. Fm' lhc 4-ighlh giwulv il'ilIll, lhail was Sl. Iloh-lm. .Xguinsi Sl. .Xmlrc-w's thi- lvzim look lwn. Sm-inn lusl lwo QIIIIIXUS zigziiiisl thc Molloy im-ii. lluw'vx'ci', All Hail- lows :xml Nlfllllll Sl. Nlivlizic-l's lmmh-il lhm- small Siam- iicrs two mlcfvuis vac-li. Wvaiii lill m-xl yi-ur. No 4-ompctition on this jump. ' 110 This is zu vi-ry lliHiI'lllt shot in ilmkc! X. Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy St. Andrew Queen of Peace St. Andrew St. Andrew St. Helena All Hallows Blount St. Michael St. Peter's Seton Mount St. Michael All Hallows Seton Heil LRE lg51 3 athletics ,ff wa-55' 1--wrap pvf' v 4? 1. ,n N HT Q as is re. U ig lin.. ,,..v-'ff' Y v V r WW -N M 098.1-" 0 S ' f fSQ5,' '99 5 'CQ Q . 'L 5 Lp 49' iq A cf x ,, f ig, - X - 'X AC xv .P gh Q,--21 f ,f .. -EIEPY' RV' X Q f 5 E 'Nl r Louis clill'Il0S0i'l'2l The 1958 Varsity: Standing: J. Kelly, J. Carrino, G. Grodzicki, W. Hall, Captain, R. - . llutter, C. Davis, Bro. Hugh Ephrem, Moderator. Kneeling: D. Burks, J. Dente, T. f'Uf1f'l1 llunt, ll. Beckman. L , :af 2 Bro. llugh lflphreln ,llodf rafor Court General Tonnny Ilunt brings the ball tlown court. 114 For the thircl year, the second in an row, Mr. Carnesecca has been awarcletl lhe title of Coach of the Year by the city high school sports writers. Very few IIICII have zunasseml ai record or reputation which can match his. In his seven years of l'02LClllI1g' our lE'illllS, Mr. fl2iI'Il0SOC'l'2L has won Q02 games while losing but 36. llc has brought 17 championships to our school. Yet, lllr. C'zLrnesecea's real Value is not in the gilIl10S or Cliannpiousliips won. llis contribution is far more mluruble. Boys have learuetl to be men uncler his cozwll- ing. Fair play and perfection lmvf- become the mark of all his ball players. From our point of view, Mr. Lou flurnesecczi is Coach of the year for the seventh time in a row. V v 1 -' 'z usli lS1ll'lllllltl ttu-opptmitiuu. l aux C lp I perfect X cs ltllll'1'll, this luis lu-vu :1 sousmi to tml itl ' I SUZISUIIS. X1-vor lutl'm't- haul St. .Xuu's 1-iijoyofl such at yt-ur. Tho - v u li ul lls uoiulwliipj. hurt- wc haul lu-giuiiiiig of tho st-uso 2 A ' li X lot would tlt-pt-ml ou XYillic, hut would lu- tu-1-:wing ?. Jimmy f'uri'iuo :xml Donny liurks. Voulil they IIll'2lSlll't up? What about 'l'ommy Iluut :mtl Klux D4-iitc? Was tlu- lu-uc'h vault-ft our mm 2 ' S DCI'- flcvp 1-imllgli? .X millimi tml out tloulit I tts. liut not for long! Tha- svusmi roltvtt luv with wm utter Wm vliulkvfl up. Soon Molloy lu-mimic thc tc-:mi to bout. but boat they would not tw. 'lllw ottl Stzmuvi' tight wus tlu-rv plus scum-tliiug iwwrf-oiiv worml -f'0NI"IIJ1f1Nf'l'l! This tcum Cllllltlllit lic tlvftwltcfl simply lDCC'2lllSC thc-y wouliluit lu' Uui' oppom-nts wc-ro ftvfiuitt-ly 1-:tpztlmlc-. Yot, wo ul ways haul um- uioro trivk thuu tlugv. ttlilliv 4-oultl jump , . . th tu mxtmottx llllllllV C z1I'r'lliolitc-rullv :tml shoot lwttvr 2 z ,' .' tlrovv tlu- opposition to tlm-spcrutimi. llouuy llurks 5 t i :mlm ml tlu liopooluuytv:iliipl:1ylu,1., f mzm lUIIl2lIl1lQ2llllSl us. Hitt thc otlu-1' tcum hzivv :1 stair 0lllSlKl0 mam? lim-uw' it to Max Dt-utv. Notiorly sc'm'vrl iu flouhlv l'lQQlll'l'S if tht Ucuu f Hot tlli'llf'tlll us lt flul m ai against Klux! Yi-t,' N ,g ' gg rg lll1llllll'l'UfQZIIIIUS, Tcuiiiiiy lluut took full wuiumiml uml tlirvvtorl vw-i'y play with tht- 1-out-llvzulcwlmiss ol' :tu olml pro. With tlu- vloso ol' the sc-usoii, thc Stztuuors fouml tlicnm-tws with at 36 gzmu- wiuuiupj strcak. The- olfl SUIIIIICI' spirit rtifl mit clit- ut 76th Stix-ct. It's right lu-rc ut Molloy. x E ,pf 'Q .Q 'WN S fi 'nfl Marist Invitational Tournament Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Championship 67 Cardinal Hayes 68 St. Helena's 79 Holy Trinity 88 St. John's Prep 89 Bishop Loughlin 77 New Utrecht lim. liulw A I lhlvlir' D 1'rf'1'lnr ii H if I 'Q I x .QW Nmwuug 7 , a ro. Hugh Ephrem :xml Blr. L. Calrlwsccvxl pose xx Donny Burks on the drivu. Max Dente gc-ts sci to stop two points, 118 Pill H543 muy nl'I'klll2III Qlrivvs in for :I lmskm in fm' two pninls. -lilllllly Vsnrrinu Inllls Ins xx n Slr1n1l1'11g.' YY. l'l1-:xry Cxxxgrj, R. l'lllwx'l1-lcl, M. Bxxxmnxtv, R. I'lzxsvwic-z, J, Uzxfligzxxx, P. llxxckloy, M. l'elvx's, YV. Allxorgn Qnxgxzl. KIlf'f'Il'IIgf G. Dwyer, YY, York, S. Wxxxxclzilzxk, Forrzxmlax. R, X ss' Nl Bro. Alplxxxxxsex -luslixx lvlltlfll 'lllxo lirsl Arr-lxlxlslxop Molloy Jxxxxior Yzxrslly txxrmwl in :x vc-ry prcsvxxlzxlxlx- rcvorll in llxx-ix' mxw Slll'I'0llIllllllg'S. Xllvr :x xllszxslvmxxs vzxrly sm-zxsoxx losixxg slrc-uk of f0l1I' gzxxm-s, lim. ,Xlplxuxxsx-'s mzxc,-lxixxg limxlly lxvgzxxx lo luke' lxolrl. 'lllxv .l.Y. look six of llu- mxxl svvvxx gzxxxxvs. Vzxlxxx- ing mlowxx ax lxil, llxx-y Hxxislxx-xl llxc sc-xxsoxx willx ax xxim- :xml fin- lx-zxgfxxo x'vc-owl :xml ax Hflvc-xx :xml oiglxl ovvrxxll. 'lllxv Illillll work of xx -l.Y. is lo flow-lop plzxyx-rs fm' flllllfl' Vzxrsillos. 'lllxv rx-sxxlls with llxis j'02lI',S lllillll wvrv slzxrllixxgly x-vixlvxxl. llxxrixxg llxx- 4-xxx-ly sczxsmx, tlxc plaxyx-rs wx-rv nQ.fl'l'Cll kills." llowvvvr, wlllx vvvry gzxxm-, llxvy 2Il'flllll'l'Kl llxc pullsll :xml fimxssx- so xxx-wsszxxy lo kccp up llxx' grvzxl Slzxxxxxx-r lrzxxliliuxxs of llxv lxaxskollxzxll wxxxrl. 120 season record Blolloy llolloy Blolloy llolloy Molloy Molloy Dlolloy Blolloy Rico All Ilaxllows c?llii,II1lIl2l1lC Loughlin St. Axxgustimx St. lxlll'll2l0l All Ilaxllows KH. St. Micluxcl 33 48 50 37 38 25 54 39 Miko Ixllllhlllli' jumps for tho tap. iS ii3 X. if flllllllly tlillllglllll lHlSllt'S in fur il lx:1,:lu'l, IQ. llwyul' gm-s up for an goal. Qlvvv xY2lIlllZlliIli1lI'ilXXN1l foul along will: gn Ima fr X I .1 kd Top Row: J. Finnegan mgr., J. Haggerty, D. Healy, W. DelVallez, J. Jones, M. Link, V. DeSimone. Bottom Row: P. Connolly, W. Breitner, P. Vescey, M. Ferrigno, co-captain, W. Lawrence, eo-eaptain R. Morrissey. Absent: C. Sullivan and D. BICKL-on Bro. Luke Dlartin Uoaeh lln lfitslunen Basketball tcaln started oil' with a bang this year winning seven out of their first nine games. The brilliant shooting and ball-handling of Ferrigno and Lawrence stumped most of opposi- tion. Laek of height hindered the team in several games but the board work of De- Simone, Link and Del Vallez matched most of the competition. The later part of the season found our frosh hit by sic-kness with disasterous effects on their playing. Six of the last seven games were dropped. However, the quality of ball playing can- not be denied and will prove up to Stan- ner standards in thc future. Bill Lawrence drives in for two poi! season record F :W Nlikn- Fa-rrigmx :mml Link got so-t for :I rclmollml. Matty I ink taps El lllgll one lo lAlNYI'l'IH'0, If . I,l1k1-gixumlmfnmlu .xml offensive Inova-s :ll QIIZIFIOI' hm Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Molloy Marist St. Pascal Baylon St. John's LaSalle St. Francis Holy Cross St. Augustine Loughlin McClancy 45 84 55 79 67 30 56 38 85 'N 'X x Q gk M K' xX X- X .. :" --" - .ff .. Qmm Sfc1nrl1'11g.' M, Dnnn IllgI'.Q T. Collins, VV. Cznnplmcll, R. Kopf, B. BIf'Kl1llllil, A. ,Koss- nmn, .l, U4-zlslcy. Kmwlirzgi hi. Shults, P. Hess, J. llvolfc, V. Rim-ci, VV. Brown, lil. MIC- llnroo, The purpose- of the Frc-shlncn li tt-:nn is to give those boys who luivc potontizil but who czinnot play on the A tm-ann, at 4-llulivv to alt-Vt-lop. This yt-:u"s vrop of I5 pluyvrs provcml most F't'XV2lI'tllllQf. Tlivir 50118011 ref'- mwl stnncls ut fiftvvn wins :tml six lossvs, 'Flu-sv gznnos wc-ro plzlyt-ml against tht- soc'- untl string,fcrs of tht- Various tt-:uns playa-nl hy our A tvznn plns svvorul ontstumling 1-ighth grzulv tcznns. J. llplfv :intl Y. Ric-vi lizivv tlisplziyc-tl lllt'lIlSl'lVOS :is 4-xr-4-ltm-nt hull lizintllvrs. Un tht- lmr-khuztrml. NICKUIIIIEI, cl2lllllJlJ0ll :intl Nlt'l'lllI'01' arc not varsity outtlonc. .Xll in ull, thc tm-ann clitl lnort- than vxpc-vtvml :tml st-xvlwtl ut its lllt'llIlM'l'5 will vmnlinnv tu play for Molloy :is rcgnlzirs. llow is this for style and form? -ik'Jv we ,J Bro. Martin Luke Coach J -Fw - g .2 2-QS gif- 1 ?l,5. r fs I t Q Y. Rim-i tlirmvs in ti llIl1l0l' tht- lmznwls. ual Q 1 Varsity: Slz1n1l1'ng.' F. Pannzzlni, A. Poggio, F. Mcfluire, P. Mullcc, B. VVilhnnn. KIll'l'If71g.' ll. Conlun, J. Ryan, R. Yuldivieso, R. Keane, R. Lee. This y0ilI"S truck season was al season of building for the future. With only six seniors on the tezun, little was anti:-ipaiteml. However the results far exceeded unyone's 'N lx X9 A. lla-:ily tears into the liolnesl retelx. expectations. At the encl of the indoor season, :L total of 69 Illl'll2llS were eounterl xnziinly through the yeolnan like efforts of 21 large :incl tale-ntecl group of sophomores. Captain Pat Klullee leauls the way. turf 0- o "' X NGN llro. .lognes Mary .lludvrator One of the seasc-n's highlights Was a sec- ond place trophy in the Class B section of the Polar Bear Meet. This fine accom: plishment was sparked by the efforts of four of the sophomores, Valdivieso, Lee, Keane and Ryan, who ran the Novice six lap relay in l:54:5, winning gold medals and setting the school and meet rccord. Another outstanding feat was that by M. D'Amico, a junior. In 'the Nationals, facing the best competition from twenty states, Mike placed fourth in the open shot put with a heave of 53 feet 9M inches. , slps pl. ,N o E Novicesz Top Row: R. Reiss, T. lilo.-Xulill ' l Geary, P. Captiali, A. VValluer, R. Mzlkofsl Benzenberg. Row Two: R. Schroeder, A. llca Stevens, E. Rose, C. Plaissay, K. Whelan Three: H. Potter, E. Pierce, R. White, J. Doi F. Diaz, J. Daly. Row Four. D. Dclahunt lNIcCarthy, A. Liben, J. Gallagher, lt. Anello. Bro. Lawrence Michael Freshman Uoach it K . Q Q 5 .fl I t 5- ggi.. ' 5 1, . --W ' ' ' ' f'uT'fE7i51Y.Ei . gf!-Is.?'2IT W . ghyfitfigggfgx T. Heckel sets the pace at the Armory. "first TI Q H fflgfsa-i -f ., sf fm " . A if-. .giyes ,151-,Q'?'.,g:gf4i -L -rsffaff g :.gcfE.ig is a, frgw -51 .3, .vlgifriwdi sg. " ' mf.. 'rsi'.a,,.,- . 3' 1, Mr. Frank Rienzo Varsity Coach 1g6 i 3 T. McAuliffe gives his Stanner all. Frosht Top Row: C. Adams, R.. Wilson, J. Alongi, R. Cornwall, F. Giles, if King, Hou' Two: H. Dunne fmgrj, K. Piekel, A. Hauek, T. Brady, VV. Zeiner, J. Madsen. Huw Three: C. DuB0s, W. Steinert, VV. Lemmey, L. Livet, D. Nelson. lfmr Four: 'l'. lleekel, A E. Bambauer, J. Devlin, D. Iamele, J. Langton. F , pmxtfi -g X it U , f . s . , . - wel. L f .sf -' ' We must also point out that if the fu- ,Q S, members, then Archbishop Molloy is well ture of the track team lies in its freshman gg on its Way to become a major power in ' high school traek and field. Untstanding 'lap J 3.111011 our talented freslnnen are record- , breaking Tonnny Farrell Cnew records for the Cross-Country run and for the freshman mile runj and Frank Tutone tnew record for the freshman shot put and to date undefeated in this eventj. Bro. Thomas Joseph High Jump Coach ihot Put: Top lffmn' P. Albrecht, T. Long, M. D,AlIllI'i7, J. lligh Jump: Top Roux' K. Whelan, ll. While, lt. Keane, A. l'al1any, J. Sheloek. Hou' Two: 'l'. Minerva, W. MOFRLII, J. Liben. Iioltom Row: P. Capitali, ll. Geary, ll. fllukofske, l'. Roar-lie, V. Mosea, J. Quinn. Rau- Three: W. Doscher, F. Gallagher. llutone, C. Parker. Frosll: Top lx'o1r: J. Sullivan, R. AxiIlSVVOI'tll, J. Rettaliata, VV. Pearse lion' Tivo: G. Brown, G. Banlbriek, R. Donnelly, VV. Gedgard, T llealy. Hou' Three: .l. Kruszewski, .l. Gorman, R. Dowd, G. Heyneker. Bro. Leo Rieliard Shot Put Coach Bro. Lawrence Michael grabs a bite to eat on a long day. It is a safe bet that more outdoor rec- ords will be shattered this spring than ever before under the onslaught of men like- the following, all of whom have won medals in cross-Country or in indoor track and field, Tommy Farrell, Joe Kru- szewski, George VVallis, Tonnny Nlinerva, Richie Donnelly, Tim Healy, Jay Rettali- ata, Artie Berger, Bill Pearse, Joe Gor- man, Bill Lemmey, Jimmy Sullivan, An- thony Hauck, Don Nelson, Billy Steins-rt, Louis Livet, Cliff King, John Devlin, 'FOIII Brady, Bob Dows, Gerry lialnbrick, Bob Ainsworth and Bob Cornwall. P N . . s c 3 . I ,, ls lie way allead or way lvel1ind??? E H" X .1 Bro. Ludwig D1'Sf'1L.9, J aw! 1 n 1 X . - 3 ,. J sf , f I Ls senior football V li YVl1at happened to the defense? Calhoun coming around end. Championship team of 4E: Standing: R. Whelan, F. Liszanc-kie, K Calhoun, M. Cannon, E. Logan. Kneeling: G. Sc-alfani, T. Burr-hill S. 0'Leary, G. Logan. . .5 ' 5 Q ll. F ill-J Here goes a long one. X Y-K sf N ,.. ... K e -' M How to slip through for an 'l'.l7, pass Championsllip team QA: Standing: J. Hargrove, D. Grund, R. Bobo, F. Aspinall, YV. llc-Guire, R. Cleary. Kneeling: J. Kihirons, Dorm- t hoe, W. Moran, J. Baiardi, F. Tabone, T. Tantillo. 'W 1 iz , I S Arg vw ff 1 K . 'M-H e ,W A 5 r bu I Q --9 .,. x l . ,Q Did you ever see such form? ? I 5 ' - is we K: as W I I X Q K., ff ' ' -ff px AA rv ! ig u fi I 9 I 7 - ff f 1 S L . A fm 4. 4 - fx K? . 3 Q I i- id! N N K A E ' i ,I-i' V' Q . . X K 57 K k eq '-.. V ,asv as - Logan starts around right end. Championship team of 4-A: Standing. A. Karwaski, F. Mancuso, M Leonard, A. Byrons, V. Bllvcieri, R. Farina. Kneeling: F. Sc-hiliando V. VValsh, J. Defillips, YV. Halpin. In the intramural basketball league, Class 4A found itself champs of the senior division. Class QJ, champs of the junior division played 4A for the school cham- pionship. After a hard fought game, the seniors proved themselves a little too strong and captured the title by four points. The perfectly blocked shot. Anybody see a basketball around here? l No, this is not a step in the minuet. 132 Gornmn :lllclnpls lo slop il good jump shot, iunior i'li:mnpionship team of Us Standing: J. Flynn, C. Minch, R. Martin, J. Murray, M. Ji-sinsky, W. Manning. Kneeling: P. Macuru, N. a Gomez, A. I,2lIllt'0, J. Kelli-rlulls. Unr frvslnncn plnyoil tllcir firsl QIIIIIUS onhloors. llonaglly lIlllkl'S it look so CEISY. r intramural truck X -- Q 2 , . fzmfll ,UK gg , kgs Ii . 151- .,, V. T in Q T , ,r 3 - 'ff "" The various trophy wlnners from all the freshman classes proudly K its dis 3l'1v their 'iwards T ii- 'I 'V ' ' " 5, --- A Q i Nlaylxe wearing a uniform helps. The Intramural Class Track Day is held once a year early in October. Origi- nally held between all the classes in the school, of late years it is confined strictly to the freshman classes. All the potential tracknlen come to light and it serves to stimulate class spirit through competition. V umm - W. , lr , ,.t, - -:-. -, . .. as N, is r ..,, ,. . . . 'V s' wh? , .sn "':E:"-,,..A.::-:. .. .. Another winner c T'hey're ofl' and running My , .2 .f - . A Sew is -- fra- '. if i wk 5 H ,- W W. A m,WA 4 kfN Ni?yfwQ ii. 'Nei X '7.a tgi 4 . ' ,- lh-Sixllolw makes it look so 021832 K Y -' . ' . . . A ' .Q N- " Chaxnplonshxp class IH trophy mum-rs puso YYIHI 'L , -- -Vg M" ' eh Bro. Yvilliam Kieran. Standing: G. Wyatt. J. Kru- -' r-'Y sf .. , - L -. t , -. . , . ' Y 9 L' In " SZ6WSkl. Imeelmg: W. Breltner, NN. l,mvr4-m-v, ID. - ,j dill 1 s " WWA' 0'Connell. , , A I x 7 . wi , ,Ea X , 4 .gikifii . 'Surge-1: . ,,:.. K ' ' K K kk yy . 5 in 'i A Q43 Q. m P X A few more- stops to vim-iory. ,wx This is xmxxinlum effort. ' track team now. 'L."!'Effef . be fr". YQ o These are the medal winners, a number of wlmm are on ilu- frcwlnnun 3' 'ifiii 'fs E senior adivliies BEITZ, WILLIAM G. Stanner 4, S.A.C. 4, Intramural foot- ball 1, 4, track 1, handball 1, School track 1. BERNHART, HORACE J. Intramural punchball 1 , handball 1 , Q, 3. BIRMINGHAM, JOHN J. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Class Sec. 3, Intra- mural football Q, punchball Q, track 1, Q, handball 1, Q, 3. BRASSIL, MICHAEL J. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Intramural football 1, Q, basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, track 1, Q, handball l, Q, 3, 4, School track 1, Q. BRENNAN, THOMAS J. Intramural football 1, Q, 3, 4, basket- ball 1, 3, 4, punchball 1, Q, 3, 4, track 1, Q, handball 1, Q, 3, School basketball Q. BROWN, NORMAN D. Intramural track 1, Q, volleyball 1, 3. BUCCIERI, VINCENT J. Sodality 1, Q, 3, 4, Class Pres. 1, Intra- mural football 1, Q, 3, 4, basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, punchball 1, Q, 4, handball 1, Q, 3, 4. BUONINCONTRO, FRANK A. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Stanner 4, Debating 1, Intramural handball Q, 3. BURCHILL, JOHN F. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Class Sec. 1, Intramu- ral football 1, Q, 4, punchball 1, 3, track 1, Q, handball 1, Q, 3, School track 1. BYRONS, ARTHUR L. Intramural football 3, 4, basketball 3, punchball 3, track 4, School track 3, 4. CALHOUN, KENNETH R. Intramural football 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramu- ral basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural punchball 1, Q, 3, Intramural track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q, 3. CANNON, MICHAEL J. Intramural football 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural punch- ball 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q. CARLESIMO, ROBERT A. Intramural basketball 1, Q, Intramu- ral track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q. CARRINO, JAMES A. Stanner 1, Q, 3, Intramural football 1, Q, Intramural punchball 1, Q, Intramu- ral track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q, School basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, School baseball 1. CASTELLANO, MICHAEL P. Intramural football Q, 3, 4, Intramural basketball Q, 3, 4, Intramural punch- ball Q, 3, Intramural track 1, Q, Intra- mural handball 1, Q, 3, 4, S.A.C. CERNAK, JOSEPH F. Intramural football 1, Intramural bas- ketball 1, Q, Intramural track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q, 3. CIAFARDONI, ROBERT A. S.A.C. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Intramural football 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural basket- ball 3, 4, Intramural punchball Q, 3, 4, Intramural handball 1, Q, 3, 4. CLANCY, JOHN J. Bowling team Intramural 1, Q, 3, Intra- mural basketball, Intramural track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q. CLARK, RICHARD L. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Stanner 4, Debating Q, Sec. of S.A.C., Intramural football 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, Q, 3, Intramural track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q, 3. COLLINS, INIICHAEL J. Sodality 3, 4, Stanner 4, School basket- ball 1, Q. CONLIN, CHARLES J. Intramural football 1, Q, 3, Intramural basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural punch- ball 1, Q. CONNEELY, CHARLES J. Intramural football 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramu- ral basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural punchball 3, 4, Intramural track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q, 3. 136 CONNOLLY, JOHN M. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Intramural punchball 1, 3, Intramural track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q, 3, Intramural volleyball 1, Q, 3. CONNOLLY, MICHAEL -J. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Debating Q, Intramu- ral track 1, Q, Intramural handball 4. COYLE, VVILLIAM A. School track 1, Q, 3, Intramural track 1, Q, Intramural handball 1, Q, Intra- mural volleyball 1, Q. CURRAN, GERALD J. Intramural basketball 4. CUTRONE, JOSEPH T. D'ANDREA, GERALD C. Sodality Q, 3, 4. DANIELSON, GERALD L. DEFILLIPS, JOHN S. Sodality 1, Intramural football 1, Q, Intramural basketball 1, Q, Intramural punchball 1, Q, Intramural track 1, Intramural handball 1, Q. DENTE, JOSEPH P. Class Pres. 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural foot- ball Q, 3, Intramural basketball 3, In- tramural punchball 1, Intramural handball Q, School basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, School baseball 1, Q, 3, 4. DEVITO, GUS J. Intramural football 1, Intramural punchball 1, Q, 3, Intramural track 1, Q: Intramural handball 1, Q, 3, School track 1, Q, 3. DILLON, GEORGE M. DARCY, CHRISTOPHER F. Intramural football Q, 3, Intramural punchball 1, Q, Intramural track 1, Q. DOMENICK, JOSEPH A. Sodality Q, 3, 4, Intramural football 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, Q, 3, 4: Intramural punchball 1, Q, 3, 4, Intra- mural track 1, Q, Intramural handbal 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 1, Q, 3 School track 1, Q. DONNIS, VINCENT J. Intramural football 1, 2, Intramural basketball 2, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball l, 2, 3. DUESTER, FRANCIS D. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural track l, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. DUMAS, LESLIE A. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Blue and White 4, In- tramural basketball 1, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. DUNNE, PETER P. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 3, School basketball 1, School baseball 1, Intra- mural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural punch- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, In- tramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. ERDELYI, FARKAS L. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 2, 4, Intramural 1, 2, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4, School track 1, 2. FARINA, RONALD S. Sodality 3, Intramural football 3, In- tramural basketball 3, Intramural punchball 1, Intramural track 1, Intra- mural handball 2, School baseball 2. FISCHER, VICTOR L. Stanner 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Class Treas. 1, Intramural handball 2, 3, Intramural volleyball 1, 2, 3, School track 1, 2. FISHER, RICHARD J. Class Sec. 1, School track 1, 2, Intra- mural football 1, 2, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. FREDA, LOUIS A. Intramural football 1, Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3. FULGONI, RICHARD L. Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural 1, 2, 3. GAFFNEY, THOMAS J. Intramural football . 1, Intramural punchball 1. GALLO, FREDRICK J. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Stanner 3, School base- ball 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 1, 2, Intramural basketball 1, 2, Intramural punchball 1, Intramural track 1, 2. GARVEY, JOSEPH L. Intramural basketball 1, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. GEANEY, JOHN J. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural track l, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4, S.A.C. GIGLIO, VINCENT Intramural basketball 1, Intramural Volleyball 3, Sodality 1, 2, 3. GIKAS, NICKOLAS Intramural football 1, 2, 3, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3. GLACKEN, MARTIN F. Intramural handball 1. GONGORA, FELIX P. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramu- ral basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4, School track 1. GRALTON, HENRY Intramural football 1. GREENE, GARY G. Intramural football 1, 2, Intramural basketball 1, 2, Intramural punchball 1, 2, Intramural track 1, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. GUARNIERI, PAUL F. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 3, Intramural 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. GUILFOYLE, GERALD D. Sodality 3, Class Pres. 1 , ClassVice-Pres. 3, Class Sec. 2, Intramural football 4, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural punchball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. HALPHIN, WILLIAM P. Intramural football 4, Intramural bas- ketball 4, Intramural punchball 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1. 2, 3, 4. 137 HALL, WILLIE C. Class Pres. 1, Class Vice Pres. 2, Intra- mural track, School basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRINGTON, DANIEL J. Intramural football 1, Intramural bas- ketball 1, Intramural punchball 2, In- tramural handball l, 2. HEALY, THOMAS J. Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, S.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-Pres. 2, Class Sec. 3, Intramural football 2, Intramural 2, 3, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural 1, 2, 3. HERNANDEZ, STEVE J. Sodality 3, 4, Class treas. 2, Class Sec. 1, Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. HEYER, FREDRICK J. Stanner 4, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural volleyball 3, 4. HOGAN, JOHN School magazine, 4. HUNT, THOMAS J. Sodality 1, 2, Class Pres. 1, 2, Intramu- ral football 1, School basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, School baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. HYLAND, KEVIN P. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Stanner 1, 2, 3, 4, In- tramural track 1, 2, Intramural hand- ball 1, 2, 3. IMBORNONE, PAUL J. Sodality 3, 4, Debating 2, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural 1, 2, 3, School track 3. IORIZZO, ROBERT P. School baseball 3, 4 ,School track 2, Intra- mural football 1, Intramural basketball 1, Intramural punchball 1, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2. JORDAN, FRANK A. Class Pres. 1, Intramural football 2, 4, Intramural basketball 1, 2, School baseball 1, 2. KARWOSKI, ADAM C. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball 2, 3, 4, In- tramural punchball 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. KELLY, EDWARD J. Sodality 2, Intramural football 1, 2, 3, Intramural basketball 1, 2, Intramural punchball 1, 2, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, School track 1. KELLY, JOHN P. Class Pres. 2, Class Vice Pres. 1, Intra- mural football 1, 2, Intramural punch- ball 1, Intramural track 1, 2, School basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, School baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. KEOGH, EDWARD M. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 4, Intramural punchball 2, Intramural track 1, 2. KESSLER, MONROE J. Class treas. 1, Class Sec. 2, Intramural football 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, School bowling 3. KOLLAR, WILLIAM K. Stanner 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, Intramural basketball 2, 3. KOSS, FRANCIS P. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 1, 2, 3, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. LANGER, ARTHUR J. Intramural football 2, Intramural punchball 1, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. LEONARD, MICHAEL P. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 4, School baseball 1, 2. LEONARDI, CHARLES L. Intramural football 4, Intramural punchball 2, 3, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. LISZANCKIE, FRANCIS X. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramu- ral basketball 1, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. LOFTOS, FRANK J. Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. LOGAN, EUGENE G. Class treas. 1, Class Sec. 3, Intramural football 1, 2, 3, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural punchball 1, Intra- mural 1, 2. LOGAN, GEORGE Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3, Intramu- ral basketball 3, Intramural football 2, 3, 4, Intramural handball 3, S.A.C. 3, 4, Intramural volleyball 1, 2, Intra- mural track 1, Class Pres. 3, Class treas. 1. LOMBARD, STEPHEN F. Intramural football 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural punch- ball 2, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Class Sec. 3, S.A.C. 3, 4. LOPRESTO, JOHN G. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, School track 1, 2. LYNCH, THOMAS P. Sodality 2, 3, Stanner 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-Pres. 3, Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball 2, 3, Intra- mural track 1, 2, 3, Intramural hand- ball 1, 2, 3, School basketball 2, School track 1. MANCUSO, FRANK C. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramu- ral basketball 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. MARINO, VINNIE A. Class Pres. 1, Class Treas. 2, Intramu- ral football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3, Intramural handball 1, 2. MARSICO, JAMES Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramu- ral basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural vol- leyball 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, Intramural punchball 1, 3, School track 1, 2. MITCHELL, DANIEL J. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2. MOLFESE, MICHAEL J. Intramural football 1, 2, Intramural basketball 1, 2, Intramural punchball 1, 2, Intramural track 1, Intramural 1, 2, School track 1, 2, 3, 4. MULLEE, PATRICK T. Sodality 2, Intramural football 1, 2, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramu- ral punchball 1, 2, 3, Intramural hand- ball 1, 2, 3, School track 1, 2, 3, 4. 138 MULLEN, JOSEPH E. Intramural football 2, Intramura punchball 2, Intramural track 3, In tramural handball 4. MULLEN, THOMAS R. Intramural 1, 2, 4, Intramural baskei ball 2, 4, Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4, Schoc track 1. MULLIGAN, JOHN Intramural basketball 1, 2, Intramura football 1, 2, Intramural volleyball 1, 9 Intramural track 1, 2, 3, Intramura punchball 1, 2, 3, Intramural handba 1, 2, 3. MULROONEY, JOHN G. Intramural football 1, Intramurz punchball 2, Intramural handball 2. MURTHA, WILLIAM J. Intramural football 3, Intramural bas ketball 3, Intramural punchball 3. MCCAULEY, JAMES A. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 1 McELWAIN, MICHAEL K. MCINERNEY, JAMES J. Stanner 4, Intramural handball 1, E School basketball 1. NOVAK, CHARLES F. O'CONNOR, PATRICK Intramural punchball 1, Volleyball f 2, Football 4, Basketball 4. O'KEEFE, JOSEPH F. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 3, Intraml ral football 1, 2, 3, Intramural baske' ball 1, 2, Intramural punchball 1, E Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. O'LEARY, DANIEL E. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intraml ral basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramur: punchball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural track 5 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. O'NEILL, JAMES F. Intramural football 2, 3, 4, Intramur: track 1, 2, 2, Intramural handball 1, ! 3, School track 1. O'ROURKE, STEPHEN A. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, Intraml ral punchball 1, 2, 3. O'SULLIVAN, ANDREW J. Sodality 25 Intramural football 25 In- tramural punchball 25 Intramural track 25 Intramural handball 2, 3. PADALA, CHARLES S.A.C. 3, 45 Sodality 2, 3, 45 Intramural football 3, 45 Intramural volleyball 2, 35 Intramural basketball 2, 3, 45 Intra- mural handball 2, 35 Intramural punch- ball 2, 3. PADOUK, ROBERT J. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramu- ral basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural punchball 1, 35 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. PARKS, ROBERT G. Sodality 2, 3, 45 Class Pres. 35 Intramu- ral football 1, 25 Intramural basketball 15 Intramural punchball 2, 35 Intramu- ral handball 1, 2, 3. PEREZ, RONALD A. Stanner 45 Intramural football 1, 2, 45 Intramural basketball 45 Intramural punchball 3, 45 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. PERRONE, EDWARD J. Sodality 2, 3, 45 Blue and White 45 In- tramural basketball 25 Intramural punchball 25 Intramural track 15 Intra- mural handball 25 Intramural volley- ball 2, 35 School track 1. PETERS, ROBERT J. Sodality 2, 3, 45 Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural punchball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intra- mural track l5 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 45 School track 1, 2. PINON, ROBERT A. Intramural football 35 Intramural bas- ketball 35 Intramural punchball 2, 35 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 35 School track 1. PIZZANO, JOSEPH T. Intramural football 45 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. PLAISSAY, CONSTANTINE D. Intramural football 25 Intramural bas- ketball 15 Intramural punchball 25 In- tramural track 15 Intramural handball 1, 25 School track 1, 3, 4. POPP, WILLIAM J. Class Sec. 25 Intramural football 1, 25 Intramural punchball 1, 25 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 35 School track 1, 2. POWERS, DENNIS S. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramu- ral 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural punchball 1, 2, 35 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. PRICE, GEORGE F. Sodality 2, 3, 45 Intramural handball I, 2, 3, 4. PROSSI, JOSEPH A. Intramural basketball 1, 2, 35 Intramu- ral punchball 1, 2, 35 Intramural hand- ball 1. QUILL, JAMES C. Intramural basketball 1, 45 Intramural handball 2, 3. RE, ALAN B. Sodality 2, 3, 45 Debating 15 Stanner 3, 45 Class Pres. 25 Class treas. 1, 35 In- tramural football 1, 25 Intramural bas- ketball 1, 25 Intramural punchball 1, 25 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 25 School basketball 1, 35 S.A.C. 3, 4. REILLY, MICHAEL J. Sodality 2, 3, 45 Intramural football 2, 35 Intramural punchball 15 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. ROMANO, PAUL C. Intramural football 1, 25 Intramural basketball 15 Intramural punchball 15 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. RUSSELL, THOMAS L. Intramural 2, 3, 45 Intramural basket- ball 2, 35 Intramural punchball 2, 35 Intramural track 2, 35 Intramural handball 2, 3. SANFILLIPPO, CLEMENT C. Intramural football 1, 25 Intramural basketball 1, 25 Intramural punchball 15 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. SANTIAGO, GEORGE A. Intramural punchball 1, 25 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 25 School track 1. 189 Www. v SCHIFANDO, FRANK V. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramu- ral basketball 2, 45 Intramural punch- ball 2, 45 Intramural track 1, 25 Intra- mural handball 35 School track l, 2. SCHIFANDO, VINCENT J. SCHLOTH, GERALD G. Intramural basketball 15 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHMIDT, ROBERT J. Intramural football 3, 45 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. SCLAFANI, GUY Sodality 2, 35 Intramural football 25 Intramural punchball 35 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 45 School track 1, 2, 3, 4. SERVIDIO, FRANK J. Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Debating 1, 45 Class Pres. 15 Intramural football 25 Intra- mural track 15 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3. SILAGI, PAUL J. Stanner 3, 45 Intramural track 15 Intra- mural handball 1, 2, 3, 45 School trackl. SIMON, ARTHUR C. Stanner 45 Intramural football 1, 45 In- tramural track 1, 25 Intramural hand- ball 1, 25 School track 1. SINKA, JOSEPH V. Stanner 45 Blue and White 3, 45 Intra- mural football 2, 3, 45 Intramural bas- ketball 35 Intramural punchball 25 In- tramural track l, 25 Intramural hand- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. SPAGNOLO, JOHN M. Sodality 2, 3, 45 Class Vice-Pres. 35 In- tramural football 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural punchball 1, 2, 35 Intramural track 1, 25 Intramural handball 1, 2, 35 School basketball 15 School track 15 S.A.C. 3, 4. SQUITIERI, SALVATORE J. Stanner 45 Intramural football 35 In- tramural track 1, 25 Intramural hand- ball 1, 2, 3. STANLEY, JAMES Intramural football 45 Intramural bas- ketball 45 Intramural punchball 45 In- tramural track 25 Intramural handball 45 School track 2. 1 Y .li Q '..-2 i 1 r. ...s STANTON, EDWARD A. Intramural volleyball 2, Intramural track 2, School track 1, 2. SURIANO, JOHN S. Intramural football 1, 3, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 2, School track 1. SWEETEN, RICHARD V. Stanner 1, Intramural football 2, 3, Intramural basketball 3, Intramural punchball 3, Intramural track 1, 2, In- tramural handball l, 2, 3. TAHANY, JOHN M. Intramural football 1, 3, Intramural basketball 3, 4, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4. TAMAS, JOSEPH A. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramural football l, 2, 4, Intramural basketball 3, Intramu- ral punchball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural track lg 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4, School track 1. THOMPSON, JOHN K. Stanner 2, Intramural basketball 3, Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, 4, School track 1. TOGNERI, ENZO F. Intramural football 1, 2, 3, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural punch- ball 1, 2, 3, Intramural track 1, 2, In- tramural handball 1, 2, 3. TRENCHARD, ROBERT M. Intramural track 2, Intramural hand- ball 2, 3, 4. TUCKSMITH, RICHARD K. Sodality 2, 3, Stanner 2, 4, Debating 1 2, Blue and White 4, Intramural foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 4, School track 1. TOUHY, CHRISTOPHER J. Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, School track 2. VALENTI, ALFRED S.A.C. 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural football 2, 4, Intramural volleyball 3 Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, Intramu- ral punchball 3. VENTURINI, MICHAEL T. Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Class treas. 1, Intra- mural football 1, 2, 3, Intramural bas- ketball 1, Intramural track 1, Intra- mural punchball 1, Intramural hand- ball 1, 2, 3, School track 1, 2, 3. WALL, BENEDICT W. Intramural football 2, Intramural bas- ketball 1, Intramural track 1, 2, Intra- mural handball 1, 2, 3, School track 1 WALSH, JAMES E. Intramural football 2, Intramural bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural punchball 3 Intramural track 1, 2, Intramural handball 1 , 2. WALSH, VINCENT A. Sodality 2, 3, 4, Class Treas. 1, Cl: Sec. 2, Intramural football 1, 2, 3, Intramural basketball 1, 2, 4, Intrarr ral punchball 1, 3, 4, Intramural tra 1, Intramural handball 1, 2, 3, School basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Schc baseball 1, 2. WHELAN, RAYMOND F. Class Pres. 3, Class Treas. 2, Intram ral football 4, Intramural basketball Intramural punchball 4, Intramul track 2, Intramural handball 4. WILLIAMS, CHARLES J. Stanner 4, Class Treas. 3, Intramu' football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural bask' ball 1, 2, 3, Intramural punchball 1, 3, 4, Intramural track 1, Intramu, handball 1, 2, 3, 4, School tra 1, 2. WOOD, PETER T. Stanner 4, S.A.C. 2, 3, Intramu handball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural footb 4. WOODS, DONALD J. Intramural football 2, Intramural b. ketball 2, Intramural track 2, Int mural handball 2, School baseball 3, 4. DNJKPDHDIQDNJNDWDH319314314314DR'DNDWDHDNDNDWDWDNJNDNDJDQDWJWDKUDNDWDN 140 senior addresses Agresti, R. E., 88-13 85 St., Woodhaven 21, N. Y. Ahearn, J. F., 50-33 48 St., Woodside 77, N. Y. Bagan, J. E., 75 Wadsworth Terrace, N. Y. 40, N. Y. Bailey, R. A., 177-32 105 Ave., Jamaica 33, N. Y. Beckman, H. W., 517 East 82 St., N. Y. 28, N. Y. Beitz, W. G., 50-49 Newtown Rd., Woodside 77, N. Y. Bernhart, H. J., 1693 First Ave., N. Y. 28, N. Y. Birmingham, J. J., 1330 Second Ave., N. Y. 21, N. Y. Brassil, M. J., 2148 35 St., Queens 5, N. Y. Brennan, T. J., 1385 Third Ave., N. Y. 21, N. Y. Brown, N. D., 155 East 96 St., N. Y. 28, N. Y. Buccieri, V. J., 2095 Webster Ave., Bx., 57, N. Y. Buonincontro, F. A., 2531 Harway Ave., Bklyn. 14, N. Burchill, J. F., 971 55 St., Bklyn. 19, N. Y. Byrons, A. L., 212 East 77 St., N. Y. 21, N. Y. Calhoun, K. R., 567 West 186 St., N. Y. 33, N. Y. Cannon, M. J., 1457 First Ave., N. Y. 21, N. Y. Carlesimo, R. A., 308 West 106 St., N. Y. 25, N. Y. Carriero, A., 173 Bleecker St., N. Y. 12, N. Y. Carrino, J. A., 42-17 Cpl. Kennedy St., Bayside 61. Castellano, M. P., 30 Corwelia St., N. Y. 14, N. Y. Cernak, J. F., 351 East 83 St., N. Y. 28, N. Y. Ciafardoni, R. A., 413 East 114 St., N. Y. 29, N. Y. Clancy, J. J., 1407 Madison Ave., N. Y. 29, N. Y. Clark, R. L., 48-23 54 Rd., Maspeth, N. Y. Collins, M. J., 41-30 40 St., Queens 4, N. Y. Conlin, C. J., 112 East 88 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Conneely, C. J., 407 East 82 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Connolly, J. M., 360 East 195 St., Bronx 58, N. Y. Connolly, M. J., 47-26 98 St., Queens 58, N. Y. Coyle, W. A., 423 East 85 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Curran, G. J., 80-35 260 St., Floral Park, N. Y. Cutrone, J. T., 33-15 Broadway, Queens, N. Y. D'Andrea, G. C., 30-87 43 St., Queens 3, N. Y. Danielson, G. L., 174 East 74 St., Manhattan 21, N. Y. Defillips, J. S., 139 Payson Ave., Manhattan 34, N. Y. Dente, J. P., 311 6th Ave., Manhattan 14, N. Y. DeVito, G. J., 118 Elizabeth St., Manhattan 13, N. Y. Dillon, G. M., 8907 211th St., Queens Village, N. Y. Darcy, C. F., 41-27 Junction Blvd., Queens, N. Y. Domenick, J. A., 1460 2nd Ave.. New York, N. Y. Donnis, V. J., 14 Leroy St., Manhattan 14, N. Y. Duester, F. D., 18 Metropolitan Oval, Bronx 62, N. Y Dumas, L. A., 171-09 Bagley Ave., Flushing 58, N. Y. Dunne, P. P., 204 West 83 St., Manhattan 24, N. Y. Erdelyi, F. L., 45-54 41 St., Queens 4, N. Y. Farina, R. S., 35-27 87 St., Jackson Hgts. 72, N. Y. Fischer, V. L., 325 East 83 St., New York 28, N. Y. Fisher, R. J., 34-24 84 St., Queens 72, N. Y. Freda, L. A., 171 Mulberry St., Manhattan 13, N. Y. Fulgoni, R. L., 1165 2nd Ave., Manhattan 21, N. Y. Gaffney, T. J., 96-16 4-6th Ave., Queens 68, N. Y. Gallo, F. J., 12 Leonard Place, Yonkers 4, N. Y. Garvey, J. L., 421 East 137 St., Bronx 54, N. Y. Geaney, J. J., 48-26 47 St., Woodside 77, N. Y. Giglio, V., 415 East 70 St., New York 21, N. Y. Gikas, N., 360 89 St., Bklyn 9, N. Y. Glacken, lll. F., 42 Fordham Rd., Bronx 68, N. Y. Gongora, F. P., 1058 Southern Blvd., Bronx 59, N. Y. Gralton, H., 39-74 44 St., Queens 4, N. Y. Greene, G. G., 30 lst Ave., Manhattan 16, N. Y. Guarnieri, P. F., 1125 82 St., Bklyn 28, N. Y. Guilfoyle, G. D., 2440 Maclay, Bronx 61, N. Y. Halpin, W. P., 4-45 West 46 St., Manhattan 36, N. Y. Hall, W. C., 222 West 116 St., Manhattan 26, N. Y. Harrington, D. J., 3204 Kings Bridge Ave., Bronx 63, Healy, T. J., 45-15 41 St., Queens 4, N. Y. Hernandez, S. J., 34-15 37 St., Astoria, N. Y. Heyer, F. J., 447 East 89 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Hogan, J., 3760 88 St., Jackson Hgts. 72, N. Y. Hunt, T. J., 864 Southern Blvd., Bronx 59, N. Y. Hyland, K. P., 251 East 66 St., Manhattan 21, N. Y. Irnbornone, P. J., 222-12 100 Ave., Queens 29, N. Y. Iorizzo, R. P., 147-52 71 Rd., Kew Gardens, N. Y. Jordan, F. A., 116 East 98 St., Manhattan 29, N. Y. Kazwoski, A. C., 769 Trinity Ave., Bronx 56, N. Y. 141 Kelly, E. J., 601 West 185 St., Manhattan 33, N. Y. Kelly, J. P., 2243 Powell Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y. Keogh, E. M., 123-17 11 Ave., Queens 56, N. Y. Kessler, M. J., 160 East 44 St., Manhattan 17, N. Y. Kollar, W. K., 229 East 84 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Koss, F. P., 335 East 65 St., Manhattan 21, N. Y. Langer, A. J., 305 East 69 St., Manhattan 21, N. Y. Leonard, M. P., 3279 Perry Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y. Leonardi, C. L., 600 East 83 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Lisanckie, F. X., 345 West 21 St., Manhattan 11, N. Y. Loftos, F. J., 268 Jefferson Ave., Riveredge, N. J. Logan, E. G., 1519 Ryder St., Bklyn 34, N. Y. Logan, G. B., 1519 Ryder St., Bklyn. 34, N. Y. Lombard, S. F., 4704 Park Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y. Lopresto, J. G., 36-05 Ditmars Blvd., L. I. C. 5, N. Y. Lynch, T. P., 204 East 90 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Mancuso, F. C., 1746 Crosby Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y. Marino, V. A., 417 East 114 St., Manhattan 29, N. Y. Marsico, J., 551 West 160 St., N. Y. 32, N. Y. Mitchell, D. J., 985 Home St., Bronx 59, N. Y. Molfese, M. J., 3210 Arlington Ave., Bronx 63, N. Y. Mullee, P. T., 2069 Brown St., Bklyn 29, N. Y. Mullen, J. E., 520 West 190 St., N. Y. 40, N. Y. Mullen, T. R., 3220 Country Club Rd., Bronx 65, N. Y. Mulligan, J., 413 East 82 St., N. Y. 28, N. Y. Mulrooney, J. G., 334 East 92 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Murtha, W. J., 62-71 Weatherole St., Rego Park, N. Y. Mc Cauley, J. A., 35-33 83 St., Queens 72, N. Y. Mc Elwain, M. K., 52-62 68 St., Queens 78, N. Y. Mc Inerney, J. J., 42-14 66 St., Queens 77, N. Y. Novak, C. F., 24-24 42 St., L. I. C. 3, N. Y. 0'Connor, P., 1385 Castle Hill Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y. O,Keefe, J. F., 309 East Mosholu Parkway, Bronx 62, N. Y. 0,Leary, D. E., 1490 Lexington Ave., Manhattan 29, N. Y. 0'Neill, J. F., 84-07 52 Ave., Elmhurst 73, N. Y. 0'Rourke, S., 48-21 47 St., Woodside 77, N. Y. 0'Sullivan, A. J., 1280 Third Ave., Manhattan 21, N. Y. Padala, C., 30-'75 43 St., L. I. C. 3, N. Y. Padouk, R. J., 188-35A 69 Ave., Freshmeadows 65, N. Y. Parks, R. G., 415 West 118 St., N. Y. 27, N. Y. Perez, R. A., 1685 Hoe Ave., Bronx 60, N. Y. Perrone, E., 43-09 47 Ave., Queens 4, N. Y. Peters, R. J., 314 East 201 St., Bronx 58, N. Y. Pinon, R. A., 61 Grove St., Manhattan 14, N. Y. Pizzano, J. T., 2261 Haviland Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y. Plaissay, C. D., 24-15 Parsons Blvd., Whitestone, Queens Popp, W. J., 621 West 189 St., Manhattan 40, N. Y. Powers, D. S., 504 West 111 St., Manhattan 25, N. Y. Price, G. F., 1823 Park View Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y. Prossi, J. A., 18 Bedford St., Manhattan 14, N. Y. Quill, J. C., 350 139 St., Bronx 54, N. Y. Re, A. B., 1049 Park, Manhattan 28, N. Y. Reilly, M. J., 840 Grand Concourse, Bronx 51, N. Y. Romano, P. C., 1311 140 St., Queens, N. Y. Russell, T. L., 40-04 Bowne St., Flushing, N. Y. Sanfilippo, C. C., 375 86 St., Bklyn., N. Y. Santago, G. A., 111 East 96 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Schifando, F. V., 166 Mulberry St., Manhattan 13, N. Y. Schifando, V. J., 9 Spring St., Manhattan 12, N. Y. Schloth, G. G., 7031 48 Ave., Woodside 77, N. Y. Schmidt, R. J., 336 East 94 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Sclafani, G., 293 Elizabeth St., Manhattan 12, N. Y. Servedio, F. J., 2015 Blackrock Ave., Bronx 72, N. Y. Silagi, P. J., 333 West 57 St., Manhattan 19, N. Y. Simon, A. C., 98-41 Queens Blvd., Queens 74, N. Y. Sinka, J. V., 202 East 75 St., Manhattan 21, N. Y. Spagnolo, J. M., 559 West 158 St., Manhattan 32, N. Y. Sqitieri, S. J., 158 East 109 St., Manhattan 25, N. Y. Stanley, J., 176 East 81 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Stanton, E. A., 164 East 82 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Suriano, J. S., 314 East 62 St., Manhattan 21, N. Y. Sweeten, R. V., 117 Henry St., Bklyn 1, N. Y. Tahany, J. M., 59-20 155 St., Queens 55, N. Y. Tamas, J. A., 420 East 82 St., Manhattan 28, N. Y. Thompson, J. K., 419 West 44 St., Manhattan 36, N. Y. Togneri, E. F., 26 Leray St., Manhattan 14, N. Y. Trenchard, R. M., 79-10 34 Ave., Queens 72, N. Y. Tucksmith, R. 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