Archbishop Ryan High School for Boys - Arrow Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1977

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Yet aside from all of our ambitious goals, needs and desires, the most important kind of reaching out that we shall always remember is our reaching out for God and others. For some of us this may be difficult to admit, but in reality that is what life is all about. What does this reaching out for God and others truly mean? It means reaching out to follow Christ day by day by living our faith in love for one another. It is developing a true brotherhood in the midst of our Ryan community. Reaching out for God and others means sharing and having shared every precious day at Ryan with the people around us. It is being fully alive in every sense of the word. For many of us our years at Ryan have been spent in a great deal of meaningful reaching out. Though the results of our efforts might have been painful at times, they have nevertheless helped us to grow. When we look back on these years, let us remember how we indeed reached out and often found what we sought. Most of all, let us not forget all of the kind and dear people at Ryan who helped us along the way with their love and support. Page 6 Por Guidance And Understanding Page 42 For Friendship And Brotherhood Page 68 For The Goal Qt Victory f n fi X, N x E- Q - M 1 P N S ? we Four years ago you came to Archbishop Ryan High School for Boys to grow, to learn and to give. Thank you for all you have given to the school, but most of all for the gift of yourselves. Your academic records, your memories and friends are certain measures of your growth and learning and this process should continue. As our holy father, St. Francis, completed his years on earth, he said, "Brothers, let us begin, because up until now we have done nothing." Now as you complete your high school years, and enter upon a new path, I say to you, f'Brothers, let us begin." May the lord bless you and keep you! May he show his face to you, And give you peace! May the lord bless you! Blessing of St. Francis Fr. Noel, O.F.M. f..-ng 3 H 'f H 'T' v Q ni, 1 QE - is if 750th Anniversary f St. Francis f Assisi i r. Q W xx ., , Es, 'L . 1 , K P' V ,,...1rmv"'-V TI.. W . ' x 4 uw gb' ,X 'MM -' 'v'--,-nv-1 1 x i Z n 6 ' f ,V REACI-II G For Guidance And Understanding "I shall lighf El candle of understanding in fnine henrf, which shall noi be put auf." Z, ,ff ,N N, v K fm 1 df V if fl .Y wax Q x7 X 4,59 .Af 4 , Ngx - RYAN ,aff - WWW 3 ZW . Fw f :lf 4457 4 QD 3 165 K fm wa ADMI ISTR TIO "Guiding Us Along The Way" Guidance and understanding are an important part of reaching out here at Ryan. The ad- ministration has provided a great deal of that guidance for all Ryan students. Planning the academic curriculum, coordinating classroom movement and various other school activities both athletic and social, arranging the school's budget, student rostering and generally guiding the students toward receiv- ing a quality education in a disciplined mean- ingful atmosphere are just a few of the many functions of the administration. We are very fortunate to have such dedicated people keep- ing our school in top functioning order. 4 t x X Rev. Noel Wall-Principal . Si , TA S ,swf it s 4 A R ttt , E S 4 Rev. Roman Zbieranski-Superior of the Friary Mr. John Scioli-Director of Studies German I 84 III A P Chemistry f. :-F "en-rw" 'ff i V , . fc S i f 'r' f'f'-5 .1 ., ,f new WWW if-63,4 .,-.,.,.,,Q---,W,.-.mfmw fy IIS XM' Y 3556051 H555 HUG! f F13 Oli MII sums im 9940 'OIXAU W QQ. KVA it lvl HUIH .W 'fl 510 N is mn Svwgsiasfa t.. i V' Rev. Stanley Janowski Vice-Principal Mr. Stephen Pawlowski Dean of Student Rev. Joel Szydlowski Director of Activities Tl-IEQLCDGY DEPARTMENT "Reaching For Christ" Archbishop Ryan is a Catholic high school with a religious atmosphere. Teachers mold students' attitudes and values by approaching every subject in a Christian way. The Theology Depart- ment's goal is to show students the richness of their religion in the fullest sense. By presenting various topics as Scripture, morality, the Church, Jesus, faith, social justice, the Sacraments and prayer, teachers develop well rounded, mature young men through their efforts. The Theology Department, through its spiritual guidance, is truly at the heart of the Ryan community. I Fr. Liguori Mierzwiak Theology I Fr. Terrence Pinkowski Theology I Fr. John Kosinski Fr. Bernard Castignola Department Chairman Chaplain Theology III Fr. Louis Stislow Fr. Clement Kurowski Theology IV Theology II ia, i --N a.- , ,, P . . ., .... fffvf - Q , rs, - U wW,szw:wf -:fu T.. . , 4-if "ff-g1r2+,ff1iI- f,, ,.,,,XQ'i 'L 'il f QA, 'I 3 'V fmllgg H. ., '19 , -- ,A ' gy 't A-kwa, may , ya -, 'l r I.f5?fg"11fQk Q ' g 482. W?'msgg15:tjSA,gQga3?ff,.4'?r "' ' , - , ,. I Q ' F' Wir M291 5935-if: - x 344210 'hi . QQ Q, is ft' Mgt .Q ,, g.zV .2,:e!.,.A,,,y is Q' , A V. f A. fr. ,, .4 , , , A aw, w- - X t v jgiwii . Ji r 1 :L 1 iifirtfk I3 JC? fa ., 1 I . ' z.wm:-sg' e .f ,FI ' , . T f is mfxzsrfg, wa- - ,SLM - , ra It Q -. ' M N Cz! .-Mi 'Q' 'sf . A ' , lf, , t M Q ,eil ' Andi". -'X 'l ff fr ,fs r JJ- af-'gal' I .. 'T f Q. A i"'wt vi, -N-if f " 'L A Q- if ay, ' V4-4 S J", aw' W W" I - 1 haw ya-?ya,,,A Mg m si Q12 bs' ,A W5 .Q Q wif r Stl 575 3 v' :iz fs ' '- r or -st 4 . , 4 . m,,,,-sym.yst..czeaAtw5v.gga!Viyiaw wwf? " E ' 5 "- -. xx' ig' f-H' ' ff N if Q- "Q '55 Q3 T-.X .A . 's ' YF? .m , N ,,,..-nv' -lsmwnn A ggi WmgMw,,,,-. ,-. ..a..,,., Fr. Bernard informing seniors about Ryan's Vocation Program x ffy " N fz 4 Freshmen are guided by Fr. Liguori. ff' 1 1 ,W- , ..--f ,,,,,,, N..-f ta-Q-F ,,,,,...m I M..-N ,.'s. Reaching out to become moral Christians FOCUSUIS Fr. Terrence is always willing to give personal attention to his students. on the integral points of Theology P' twfsm x wx 'V . ,,-..A I If-4 Discussions are a part of every Theology class 93- ' .1 - -. e Hugs Fr. Carl Graczyk Ms. Theresa Ryan Theology II Theology III Peace-Justice Mr. Carl Tori Fr. Richard Olszewski Theology III Theology II Guidance Counselor Mr. Gannon Theology IV Guidance Counselor Ms. Mary Battaglia Theology I Fr. Edward Brukner Theology IV New Allowing students to discuss their thoughts concerning a relevant issue QV Q4 Students look up to their Theology teacher for guidance. m if -1 ...qu-N - rm:- . 4 . my 513 lk.. are Studying Scripture is an important part of Theology class. if N., f r L.- X ik. ,Est , . M547 ' ' 3 A in S. -3. r QL rim Fr. Richard is well known for using the Catholic Press. 'in Ms. Ryan acknowledging the response of another interested student Stimulating an interest in the spirit of brotherhood S r 1. ff ai X fr: ,gv+',Q. . ,NZ g 2 ' N? if 'M' ' -wif 5if,,.,I3tj.E'ff:AL!f , D .5 7 ' 5 53, f. I 'Qs' fi' , y. z., I af' SZ-f ,1,1ZMf44.fvef,ys! .ofrzv 1. N251 .W-.ff ' A se A ,M .. ga t-V5 sw il J IA fs ' , bfi Y Q' r ', f Class discussions are helpful in breaking the routine of daily lectures. E GLISI-I DEPARTME T "Living CW Language" Developing creativity and instilling a sense of precision and care in the expres- sion of ideas are the primary goals of the English Department. Written composi- tion is taught to enable students to express their thoughts clearly, correctly and effec- tively in writing. Reading is encouraged for enjoyment. What the students learn from reading is an extra bonus. Depart- ment Head Fr. Gabriel sums it up precise- ly, "We would like the student to leave us convinced that English is unique among his subjects, that literature is, above all other studies, the mirror of life." Fr. Gabriel Rosetti Mr. Paul Pedlow Department Chairman English I English IV Mr. Edward Macko English IV gig t fy A A . f .V . ,, 4-wa' ff s Fr. Roderick Drag Mr. Michael Wolohan English I English III E . . I 5-Egg " ir " -1 .... 1 .. , Mr. Robert Clothier Mrs. Joanne Clothier English II English I I wwf' Fr. Gabriel prepares to help with some difficult work. Qfi A friendly atmosphere makes learning fun. Active participation gets students involved. ,ff ,,,.w-""'f" Careful explanation helps learning considerably. Taking good notes is an important part of any English course. bureaus., Vocabulary is an essential part of every English course Showing how a composition should be written ,alan mf + Mr. Gerard J. Nejman Mr. Walter Zeglinski Mr. Ward Onsa English IV English I 8: III English II iii' 1 x - ? af- ' N-4? K fi , is 'E' wa.. LK N' ?"""l Ms. Barbara Dillon English III Mr. Robert Melzi English Il W ' "' ff ' I wwe. 1. 40. I x y , X Q!! Win 'fur . ' if L S 57 rr fly -c,:n-:lr X 'fs'-uu"" Watching a student's progress with patience and attention -- Www' sg! , ts...-+V , si? gi s ""'9y is S . Guiding a student in self-expression alifii ff-,iw ia., 5' " , ff 'f""'f fl. -J B? img I Students are given an opportunity to respond. j 4 2 v--"""""T"' 'rv K gpm ' if-' ,A,I?fZQzu,44W4,ffw,mm7+-'MK' C .I i V V , Y 4, . W, A, ,,,, www W www ,fr '22 i'I1' , K...-rv iq E ff fiitf I 4 , ayf' Discussion is important in literature. Z 4 ,,..,.a..-.ww-M 1 ,, :.:i Testing is an integral part of all course work. 1 ff, ' '-1" its . , f f 1 f is WE at 2 5 if f 'Z H: 5 X .. IH 8- 1-va ,Qs 17 11 vi 5 SQCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT "People, Events: Past 6? Present" is as lv' ,X t KX, ,S if Mr. Edwin Ulmer Mr. Jerome O'Connell Fr. Rene Barczak Department Chairman World Cultures Sociology U. S. Cultures Guidance Counselor Minority-Peace Studies Political Behavior Peace-Justice .W D . . . 5 Student awareness in the realms of political, 4 , ' , ' "r2" . - - . 5 33, - rw , social, and economic ideology has been the major -. achievement of this department. The staff has , provided a comprehensive spectrum of political Q A"fgg,V W'A,,,,f . . . . 4 iw. r, and social concepts within the expanse of their ' 3' g fy-,giw . . . lfiiif, resources. Through the use of multi-media Fr. David Jakubiec Psychology I 8a ll Guidance Counselor -, v cw xl t facilities, independent study programs, and speakers from public life, students have been able to explore opposing viewpoints, analyze data, and develop an inquiring attitude toward current social problems. The department's goal has been one of establishing the foundations for democratic citizenship based on Christian ethics. Chairman Edward Ulmer summed his aspirations as, "The development of a growing sensitivity among students toward themselves and others, so that they are respected as human beings." J"'N X N fiialifxxxtk X ur XX .rmxf ,: Kg 1. lg 10.5, N Wm, av panNr Nniiiitggzx if ff m i infra iuxxzfu, 5 'J' ,gf Qilllxmml 1? Q "4""1iigi t W it that spurt. X' immfggil 1 i Uqgmgmg . 'x 5 ,' ' ' -fi Q-'f - se, rf X- 4'- ,?Wm?au 0 f' 'ix ':""'::F' Qs rms-'P-Y X-grim' . ma. .X , , 5. 433, Wx, R- I, R., fxxftg tg ,in r, N ' x, -1- ,n-.sais XXX! ,LA N i - .X N - K:-iv:-, v." R All-'Y I 't' Q ' ' '?'?f5f3w'nii gg - E 12455-'H , ,l,i'.mll' . 'lr UL ,'. 1w,4""s X'ii lvl, ,wi ,af i fi is , . .1 1 -'7 -' .3 ttf, slay, t 'Q sate' , "5 ' ' - Iggy l iii' fllfifg t ,Sli his ,xg gf, 35,1 iilllfg .i ui 3 33 i't."'s.,1 fr if S. Zflfg :awk 5 3+ , Q", 1 uit: Q X Q iiiuy- .mi 1 35 "',, Q g 1 i 2531512 .Jill 1 U it 1- .1 i Mr. Charles Fowler Mr. George Deal World CUHUTCS World Political Cultures Director of Counseling Mr. Joseph Diorio World Political Cultures i Htiir tgirl 11: 1 ' Q N nga R W - . Til ' fi - ' fsaffvitfyf ' . "' Nfl-f"w:1i " ty.. ,fill 47 Understanding the diversity of World Political Cultures LiSiCfliHg I0 the voices Of hiSI0fY T A ff! ,,4 Caring enough to listen is an important quality of educators. Communication plays an important part in understanding others ,. at 'ff 2, 5 f, sf L.......,...a4w5"'Mt Understanding the Soviet Union Reviewing students' work is an important part Teaching how people live in our society of curriculum. A WMM Mr Robert Cwenar Fr George Jaskulski Mr George Paull Mr. Joseph T. Ryan Economics Law Mr James McCoy Bro Jerry Tokarz Mr. William Jacovin1 U S Cultures World Cultures World Political Cultures World Political Cultures Assistant Director Economics Fr. George strengthens students' awareness of U. S. Cultures. ,,,..-- ,,...-.-- .... f X 'if x i 1 ' ?!fi'f f f i f V xi ' X ' x ff W 'V 1 1 ' gf' t. ff , ,-W V ,ai f e ff- ' P wzwyfiiize e i sis I ' aw,-vfiiiliil wc Explaining the notables of Greek Mythology W. ,xj -f " .'A'fl'Jx f I 1, -4-Q f If gif f I , W yy! JWJQZZ W ' f 2 if ,X .. 4-ff ef NA-g,Xf,k jf fc 51,1 Vg 1 ,f "" 'A Xi V ':, fl .1 4 , JL ' MM M mt, Nz , Mr. Paull demonstrates the principles of American Government Emphasizing the relevance of economics Visually reviewing the fine points of U. S. Offering assistance History e 1 r W t fy 'mai .5 W Q x ifig fl' 4 1 1 Vx Y? . wx, If 22 .rl f h X422 '4 T1 ' 'fif ff' biggyxj: A 'Akai X 1 B as f V fw- Exploring the heritage of the Western World rl W4 1 , lv-f X -t 2 MATH DEPARTMENT "The Dynamics Qf Numlyersn The aims of the Math Department are to give the students the type of background, skills, and basic prin- ciples they will need for their future in areas of logical thinking. For the college bound students, there are college prep courses available which incorporate various aspects of computer programming. The Department has a com- puter well-equipped for this purpose. For the non-college bound students, the Department provides instruction in all basic areas of mathematics. There are twenty-tWO courses offered, to give flexibili- ty, yet still provide a well rounded education. Explaining algebraic operations 111, 5 f 9 w-0' Mr. Joseph Schuler Fr. John Joseph Stryjewski Math Department Chairman Director of Athletics Geometry Analytic Geometry Trigonometry Finite Math Statistics Mr. Robert Bologa Mr. Eugene Davis Algebra I Part I Algebra I 8: II U. S. Cultures X i Fr. DePaul Sobotka Mr. John Saccomandi Algebra II Mathematics Applied Mathematical Analysis Algebra II Math involves careful explanation. Wing, Helping a student solve a problem Computer programming offers practical experience in the field of Mathematics. 2, X N Y, pal? Audio-visual aids increase student's understanding. MS N, 1 Pointing out the fundamentals of Mathematics w ' ff rr E 5 Q i N-...f Fr. Ira Targonski Mr. Thomas O'Connell Geometry Algebra I Part 2 Geometry t -' , , -..,Q X reer Nw nl Mr. Conahan demonstrates typing skills. Mr. Louis Fante Mr. James Conahan Algebra I Part 2 Mathematics Applied Math for Daily Living Typing Mr. Vorgity explains the intricacies of math. Mr. George Ottinger Mr. Daniel Vorgity Algebra I Geometry Accounting I Teachers reach out to their students. 4 6 W umvn 'M r ----nu. .' H- A ka "lasik D .120 Qwiia. 4' ' 'r'w 'A 0. in 4 4 Q.. '1 4 0 9 O 0.0 ' e.'4 Q 1 O 0 9 0 'fr 5: Zeroing in on a point in algebra gs N...- l - . m Q: Q ix 04 A xx X Q15 4' X ., , 1 ,S X fx is 1 Q 1 X-.MJ ll nan- i iii' on QP 5 s 9... Films provide educational entertainment. Fr. Ira provides his students with a thorough knowledge of geometry. kwa, xv AL... SCIENCE DEPARTME T "The Life Sciences - Biology E1 Ecology" The purpose of the various life sciences here at Ryan is to help students become aware of biology in their lives in terms of Christian philosophy. Classroom cur- riculums are kept up to date with the latest biological information by a well inform- ed and concerned faculty. Laboratory exercises are very essential to let students ex- perience the practical aspects of biology. The Department has excellent laboratory and media research facilities intended to broaden and enhance students' interests. Also advanced and diversified courses are offered to satisfy every student's needs. 1. 1 .f , ,ff ,ff Mr. Joseph F. Ryan r Biology Mr. Frank Morris Biology Advanced Anatomy Physiology Demonstrating proper use of the microscope Mr. Harry Neenhold Science Department Chairman Biology A.P. Biology Mr. Barry Rogers Biology Advanced Environmental Science Yearbook Moderator Mr. John Mulroney Ecology Resources Sc Pollution in our Society Guidance Counselor 3 ,is it X 'SR Laboratory investigations help develop a better understanding of the subject area. ,pf 1+-21. My "-U' "MQ, Observing students' progress in discoveries of the cell Students learn man's impact on his environment Mr. Neenhold develops relevancy in the study of living things. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT "Physical Sciences: A World Of Matter 51 Energy" IHSVW l MEF' The aim of the physical sciences offered here at Ryan is to guide the students toward a better understanding of such concepts as gravity, matter, energy, the atom and how various physical forces and laws affect mankind. Leading students over the threshold in an understanding of the mysteries of the physical universe must indeed be a rewar- ding experience for those involved. Comprehen- sive instruction and personal attention make even the most abstract theories quite palatable. , 1 Mr. Frederick Magenheimer Mr. William McIntosh Physics Earth Science Trigonometry Drivers' Education Statistics Guidance Counselor Computer Science Mr, jghn Cgnnelly Mr. Victor St3.l'liCC Chemistry 1-13-5- Organic Chemistry Chemistry Mr. Magenheimer pauses to allow note taking in physics. EHIT- T-iii Mr. Connelly helps his students apply their knowledge m the lab Freshmen learn how to use experimental data Taking time out to help a student MW' mil AN UAGE DEPARTMENT "Cultural Appreciation" The Foreign Language Department attempts to give students a working knowledge of French, Spanish or Ger- man. Through the use of audio-visual aids, students are in- troduced to the various ideas and customs of other people throughout the world. These aids supplement the use of textbooks and workbooks which help the students to achieve fluency in both speaking and writing, under the careful guidance of their instructors. Dr. Joaquin Stable Mr. Donald Reardon Spanish II, III 84 IV German I Math Applications II Guidance Counselor Fr. Leonard Stunek Mr. John Kurek Department Chairman German II French I 8: II Spanish I Mr. Joseph Cunningham Mr. John Nickels Spanish I Spanish I French I Visually emphasizing a point in French . f " fs,wWZ1d5MR Mr. George Todt Mrs. Mary Jo Brooks French II 8: IV Spanish I 8411 Guidance Counselor 1 at "T ' 'f , -'f --w., , n -. " + 1 diff " ' ff7Wl'?e5?37f ,gf k i Yr ?2E5'3 r, za f14t. . wl,fi',g'ff fv'2J.ff'4w1w .-:af fu- V .1 ?:"" ' 255' w6EF:14i"' wg, ..,.. ,l .4 ,-if ,, 4. z,-giwwfi' ww-Q1 ' 'g '- "1 'W J, I W frf ff if ' - N a p.. 5' e ff , 1 U, u-,ve--,f Kyiv' tl, , K yy: i 'KQZ wt, -tgi' My 1'-,.i M' - ,,, i .girth Y -j ff. ,Y ' Ei... , 1'3.T, lml,Q.,y'gf .w,,t,ii. 'n,f EN, 'M . ,, .M 'Gy ':7ffsw.,, ,'1f5'f't,tf+'f'1 7' in "'c'm , I' "UV r!'3g.f'vQf.i 1' A 5- r' ' fi at W' io , 'V.2.t:rf -'1 ' QA 4 QQ .. Af, gi.4kNQeV.k,,g , E, gui - eqgsggsf S., 2 - 'Wt' ' '. 1 ,ffl l 'Y ,V Z: 'L' 1 r ff ' .+- lf: 'Xu Teachers are the centers of focused attention. A man who takes his language studies seriously. Students are shown proper pronunciation . Tw-ff Reading is a fundamental part of learning a language. techniques. Individual help from the teacher can greatly aid a student in learning. . Av, .97-4, , 1 sl, ...Mfg 5 Qi 1 ' I gi A lighter moment in the study of languages. a las Communication-the goal of language. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT "Understanding Free Enterprise" The major purposes of this Department are to make students aware of the business world and to prepare them for careers in it as effectively and smoothly as possible. It also prepares students for adjustment into our economic system by training them in buying insurance, arranging credit, bank- ing, preparing income tax returns, writing letters and reports and coping with other economic com- ponents of daily living. It is through the Business Department that students become familiar with these various aspects of our free enterprise system and learn to deal with them efficiently. IJ! Mr. Earl Meyer Mr. James Conroy Theology I Assistant Studies Director Mechanical Drawing Typing Student Council Moderator Mr. Richard Maguire Mr, Fred Trainer Mechanical Drawing Marketing Architecture Management Guidance Counselor 13" X TL....,....,.... """"'iF'V , ' a' ' 23 ' W' C ' ' I...,..,,, . Q- :sn x lu n WNW MENS Q ' ,, ,4 . dau! Y! , 031. 1--nn ', Q' . A -u' v ga , , i ' I X nunncn-nu-1 f . -U i ...X . ., wi - .M , . .-.. i in , ., . .. . .ui . . --. , I-. .. .in . .- . .iq - vw -iv . w , ,,,. . u N ...- -i ua- . . .-- v. -w lijilil nmmnufm. - ang W, Training a future architect J W J M TM, Q 1 -Qi THE ARTS: "Communications and Creativity" Art is truly a rainbow of human activity. At one end of this rainbow you'll find Ryan. By using such delicate tools as pen- cils, pens, charcoal, water colors, pastels, flourescent inks, acrylics, and oils, students are able to paint with living col- ors. Sculptures are also made from either wood or clay. This Department is respon- sible for the scenery and decorations in the play, Ring Mass, Christmas and Spring Concerts, various activity posters and programs, and of course, graduation. Ryan is alive with the sound of music. All types of bands such as concert, marching, dance, pit, and symphonic are con- solidated into the Music Department. Preparing students for future activities in music and broadening their musical talents and interests is what this depart- ment is all about. By playing and practic- ing music, students are given the op- portunity to explore their limits, develop leadership qualities, grow mentally and physically, and learn to work together. X Mrs. Mary Wahl Mr. Robert Purdy Art I, II, III Music Band Director Cameras patiently await WARB Morning News Team. XR 1 Mr. Kyran Connelly Mr. John Molnar Media Related Arts T.V. Director A.V.A, Director English III The T.V. Studio serves as the medium for present- ing the faculty and students with programs of educational value as well as means to produce in- novative visual programming for educational and recreational purposes. In addition to providing in- formative news during the homeroom period, the Studio has proved a valuable tool in training the Media class-the future directors of the Studio's operations. The management of the Studio can be accredited to Mr. Kyran Connelly. It is his sincere hope that as WARB matures in its programming, the teachers will become more aware of the possibilities of educational T.V. within their regular class presentations. Z1 M, ii' 1 ,t wg 6 I , ,oil 5-5- , ., D :v , I fe ities. N it fi 'Q xg .. -Lf 1 ,t'9- Demonstrating the technique of operating a T.V. camera. M, V I 1' ' K i Mrs. Wahl and students add a dab of creativity to a piece of scenery. I 9 x ' 1 4 t 1 ix The effective use of A.V.A. equipment adds much to the Directing to create the perfect sound. related arts curriculum. PHYSICAL EDUCATIQ . "Developing Strength of Body and Chozmcferu To get students physically, mentally, and socially balanced through a varied program of different activities and sports is a major goal of the Physical Education Department. By in- structing students in basic games and rules, teachers hope to show points of strategy so that students can develop their Mr. Quinn sets the ground rules for a freshmen gym class. Exercise is essential for a healthy body. own skills and learn to perform with their best effort and ability. The purpose of such a program of physical fitness is to build up a healthy community. The gym instuctors con- stantly strive to encourage students not to give up and say, "I can't do it," but rather to try with their best effort. .,A i v Mr. Robert Hawkinson Mr. John Quinn Physical Education Physical Education Health Health Discussing the importance of physical fitness. LIBRARY: 'Media Research Center" The Library, which has undergone many changes over the past few years, is a room that probably every student has visited at least once and received something of worth from it for either scholastic studies or personal interest. It is among the most important facilities in this school, for without it and its workers, many would be lost in their academic research. We owe a great deal of thanks to the people who have kept it in smooth working order. . Wl..tttnttf ,...--. ff' ft K Miss Loretta Stoebenau Rev. Aquinas Helwig, O.F.M Director Asst. Director Media Research Center Media Research Center Mrs. Kathleen Merrick and Mrs. Eleanor Dittmar prepare the many new books for the library. p Mrs. Kathleen Merrick l Library Secretary Quiet, well equipped conducive to learnin 3 words to describe Ryan's . , S library. .-'Sl SECRETARIAL STAFF AND PARA- PROFESSIO ALS: "Creators of Organization" The work for Ryan secretaries seems, at times, to be endless. It consists of filing confidential and permanent records, handling tuition payments, recording absentee calls, sending out monthly mail, typing up various schedules for exams and activities, recording the minutes for all of the principal's council meetings and various other administrative duties. Without the Ryan secretaries, many things would be left undone and for their hard work, we are very grateful. Mrs. Eleanor Mulligan Mrs. Dolores Donahue School Treasurer Father Noel's Secretary l When not teaching Geometry, Fr. Ira keeps school attendance Mrs. Midge Pfender Mrs. Floss Brady records UP to date. Secretary, Main Office Secretary, Main Office Bro. Julian Cerkiewicz, O.F.M. Mrs. Edythe Barras Assistant Dean of Students Secretary, Studies Office Mrs. Cox waits ready to help visitors at Ryan's Counseling Center. r Bro. Julian's dedication helps keep the Discipline Office running smoothly N D n, in I r Z i Mrs. Kay Korcz, R.N. School Nurse A f if Mrs. Joan Cox. Mrs. Dorothy Gay Always there to help. Secretary Secretary Counseling Center Attendance Office Fr. Ira, like many others, has his questions answered at Ryan's Main Office. Mrs. Joan Gilrain Mrs. Mary Ann Ulmer Paraprofessional ParaPf0fCS5l0n3l Social Science Social 5CiCHC6 Media Center Media Center Al TENANCE A D CAPETERIA STAFF: 'Replenishing the Physical Plant" Feeding a hungry horde of over 2,000 people at lunchtime is not an easy task, but such is the job of the Ryan Cafeteria Staff. No matter how difficult the job, how big the crowd, or how hot the ovens, these helpful ladies are always ready with a smile to bring you your food or drink. A paper is inadvertently tossed on the floor. A light fixture is broken on the second floor. Soon, however, the paper is gone and the light is fixed. No, it was not a miracle. It was the often taken for granted hard work and determination of the Archbishop Ryan Maintenance Department. YQ Bro. Edward Makowiecki, O.F.M. Bro. Regis Howitz, O.F M Bro. Felix Nowakowski, O.F.M. Maintenance Director Cafeteria Director Mr. Robert Moreni Assistant Maintenance Maintenance Director Staff Member , xiii? qi' Vicks 553 t 3 ' rf 'QQ V NYY S1 "'-' s . Q ii it . Mr. George Brown Mr. Vincent Haugh Maintenance Maintenance Staff Member Staff Member fff. , Wwe .5 -S gilfax 'H The Cafeteria Staff A balanced diet is necessary in obtaining a good education. vp R., -NFB 1. Ns , ,F lww Mf43,c'ii' .4334 F1 'T qv " ,Xt ev N X f i- , f 7 fi Una. -gi I R 1 , R ' v Li REACHING el Hlgorldriendship And Brotherhood l , F , I f 1 4 4 I 1 I! N J f i fl Lx "I sought my Soul, but my Soul I couldn't see. I sought my God, but my God eluded me. I sought my Brother and I found all three." Fi x w u X .am-,,4fZ?f lr V --Q N 4 I 3 jp fi X . , . . , . 9'- 9- Q STUDENT COUNCIL Persevering, determined, honest, friend- ly, kind, and active are the words which describe the members of the Student Council during this past year at Ryan. Through their hard work and dedicated efforts, they have been able to establish a better rapport between the students, faculty, and administration alike. Their list of achievements is truly one to be ad- mired. It includes such accomplishments as: painting the locker rooms, car washes, a successful Warpath Weekend, a Hoopla Week which featured the showing of t'American Graffiti," pep rallies, coffee houses co-sponsored with the Girls' Council, a student loan program, renova- tion of the Student Council Cffice, Operation Treat which was a Halloween party for orphans, decoration of the Christmas trees, class nights in the gym, T.V. broadcasts to keep the student body informed, increasing student representa- tion in the Principal's Council, and a host of other charitable deeds which required a lot of time and hard work. This year the Student Council has been outstanding in the areas of cooperation and student in- volvement. We would all like to thank them for giving of themselves in order to help others. Student Council Officers: D. Malloy, Vice-Presfg M. McEachern, Treas.g P. Nugent, Pres., T. A. Garlick, Sr. Del.g D. Donnelly, Sec. Discussing their plans with Fr. Stan. 6 7 The members of the Student Council. N,.u-Q. 'Ui ak'f"l' fy .4 ' fs Mr. James Conroy-Student Council Pat Nugent congratulating the Warpath Queen. Moderator Q. Decorating the Christmas Trees in the courtyard. Student Council car wash. J .A 7 , 4- 1-K jf Sem V . A. ff' Fil L it X .A 'sw ,- s , ,, fig, 57 , ff MA 4 5 . K .A -1 ' 1 pf- ,tv .. . "iw 33- A 4:5 Ei gt .ga - .A w Q3 i?r"23f?E3'l". 'W Participating in the Junior Ring Mass Liturgy. Halloween Daffy f0f OYDIWHHS WHS 3 gfe-31 SUC' CCSS. ,n NATIONAL l-I0 OR SOCIETY Character, scholarship, leadership and service are what the National Honor Society is all about. It is an organization of dedicated and responsible in- dividuals who are selected from the Junior and Senior classes, and are recognized for their outstanding achievements in the previously men- tioned four areas. Each year the Society holds an induction ceremony during which the new mem- bers are formally initiated in a solemn chapel ser- vice and a subsequent banquet. Being in the National Honor Society, however, is not an easy sinecure. It requires a lot of service to the school community. One primary function of the society is tutoring. lt is a service offered to the members of Ryan's community who need a little help to better understand their academic studies. This year the society also extended its role of ser- vice throughout the neighborhood community by helping to entertain orphans at a Halloween party held at Ryan and by visiting sick children at a nearby hospital. All of us should be proud of having such out- standing young leaders in our school community. Officers of the National Honor Society: D. Malloy, Pres., K. Glaccum Sec.g P. Nugent, Vice-Pres.g M. Gardyasz, Treas. The members of the National Honor Society. , .,4, . 1 If , s i it . f., -. ,tat V I g nl sf: - u.j ' '-,. g 53 Q ' f.2M?,,' s g U Y 6 fr Q , -55.35 .suv '05 fi ?. Pi, ,A 'Ji Ou' inf. e if ,qi ' , . W .V 1 ,- , ,I,, :fi x viii, 1 ,, 1 F 4-5 t Ai. - ---I-.i-'-1.,J t A The induction ceremony began with a solemn Mass. Fr.-Leonard Stunek, O.F.M .-Moderator if .waiw Fr. David Jakubiec, O.F.M. speaking at the induction banquet. ,WW , 1 7M"V"Q 'I 4.. i ? ,L f , ,. 1 Rh ' if K1 1 Af The Mass was concelebrated by members of Ryan's faculty. M aw W Wi? 4' 1 , . . Mr. Robert Cwenar-Assistant Moderator P BLICATIG S: RAIDERSCCDPE The newspaper has always been a valuable asset to the student body and faculty alike. Established with the in- tended purpose of informing students about various school and civil affairs, the Raiderscope Staff hopes to engender student participation in pertinent issues throughout the school and local community as well. The Raiderscope serves not simply as an informative medium, but in addition, it provides valuable jour- nalistic experience and practice in literary expression for those individuals aspiring to future careers in creative writing, journalism and newsbroadcasting. Likewise, the Staff strives to broaden the reading, vocabulary, and writing skills of its readers as well. The Raiderscope Staff. Mr. Ward Onsa-Newspaper Moderator N.. X u c.., A M K :S S-.... J. Quinto, Sports Ed.g J. Thomas, Typing Ed.: E. Tauffer, Layout M. Connelly, Creative Writing Ed.g M. Cocco, News Ed.g M. Fran- Ed. work on the next edition. cis, Asst. News Ed. edit the upcoming articles. 37221 ,- s s iw, lg-t-if L'-fe-H-fee--4 -J i. get-'fm 5, The masterminds behind the Arrow: K. Glaccum, Layout Ed., S. Geib, Ed.-in-Chief, M. Gardyasz, Literary Ed. New 'H A Members of the layout staff organize their ideas. RROW Memories of our years at Ryan, of good times with our friends, class jokes, school activities, exciting sports games, and most of all, memories of people, teachers, and fellow classmates are ones to be cherished for future years to come. The task of the Arrow's Staff is to preserve those memories in a school yearbook full of pictures and words which will come alive before the mind of every reader. Many of us want to be remem- bered, want to leave something behind of ourselves. In the pages of the 1977 Arrow each one of us has left something behind because we have all lived through the year and shared our hopes, joys, sorrows and dreams together here at Ryan. The members of the Arrow Team. Mr. Barry Rogers-Yearbook Moderator VA. .V STUDICD Under the management of Mr. Kyran Connel- ly and the present Media class, the A.V.A. Department provides the faculty and students of Ryan with the necessary audio-visual materials to be used in various educational programs. The staff maintains all equipment at optimum performance, replaces exhaustible parts and conducts an inventory of all audio- visual aids. The A.V.A. also serves to main- tain and provide film materials sent to the school from the Diocesan Film Library. 79 ff! W' Q29 ,,,, . W ,,w""'-' . 4 41 7 f vffffff 'HM X W' ' 2.21 ' , - 'L Y I f :.-fir... '52 A , ' ' , , f K' Z 95 JK. ff W an v 7 S ' ' 'Q - ' ' W Z f f W 4 J iff, I W f ,, Lights, camera, Bruce Ruggeri. Video-tape recorders ready on standby. The crew of WARB. Q, f'W 5 If Er WARB's camera-monitoring control panel. 1 , wg Mr. Kyran Connelly, Director of T.V. Communications. 4 'w Members of the A.V.A. squad. ORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL The members of the World Affairs Council. The World Affairs Council having an informal meeting. l 1 f i Mr. George Deal-World Affairs Council Moderator Michael Cocco-President, World Affairs Council The World Affairs Council at Ryan has many goals and objec- tives, many of which have been accomplished throughout this past year. Under the leadership of Mr. George Deal, the young men of the Council constantly strive to increase student political awareness through various means such as mock elections, guest speakers and television broadcasts. They are actively involved with the Philadelphia World Affairs Council in its sponsored ac- tivities like the simulated United Nations Debate. The members of the Council also particiapte in community political eventsg for example, by assisting the community with the registration of voters. Their biggest goal is to increase student sensitivity and support for the poor by organizing the collection of can- ned goods. Members of the German Club. GERMAN CLUB Freundschaft and Gemutlichkeitg friendship and good, relaxing fun are the words which best describe the Ryan German Club. Learning about German culture is all part of the fun and this in- cludes German singing, folk dancing twith girls of courseb, and of course, partying. The Club co- sponsors many activities with the Girls' side Ger- man Club. This year some of the highlights were: an Oktoberfest' a St. Nicholas Tag Dance, a Christmas Party, a soccer game with the French Club which resulted in a l-O German victory, a Fasching celebration and a local DVFSG conven- tion. lt's a great place to meet new friends and have a good time. Mr. John Kurek, Mr. Donald Reardon-Moderators, German Club German Club Officers: M. Gardyasz, Com. Chairman, S. Geib, Pres., J. Rooney, DVFSG Pres., B. Ruggeri, Sec.-Treas.g J. Abendroth, Vice-Pres. 4 1 vi w gn. 'T lx s .- , .L YJ ,,.., cv" W' -I-Qc.. . ...... 1 . s. '-'fe f-f"'e3n.. A "" ' ' - ' qi , X ..."' - . I, Q . V 1 -ca... - F D 1 A N, -V .:. ,- .val-up 1 ,.,',: . M M h A . A : , .,. . , . x -.Ax French-German soccer match resulted in l-0 German victory. Mr. Joseph Cunningham Moderator FRENCH CLUB Paris, the Eiffel Tower, Seine River, champagne, souffle, Charles deGaulle and the Louvre are just some of the words which give one a picture of France, its people and culture. The French Club here at Ryan tries to give interested students a taste of what French language and culture are all about. This is done in an informal setting through the many creative and recreational ac- tivities which the club sponsors. It's a place where you can have fun, meet friends and learn French at the same time. Au revoir! , ' yr 4 0' . ..,,. -.. .V s H9 5 A. i A " ' 1, 'V "!'l' A " l f 3' 'V'-' ' ,Qual ' 1' i wtf' ' "5 C lr Y V ' V' Hn, 1, WV-5 f',mf2fk"f"1s Q59 j'Q:1 ' . I K ,yr ,xg ' . 4 'gl '1 X Les Plus Formidables. xy French Club Officers: T. Hunt, Sec.g M. McGinty, Pres.g V Raspanti, Vice-Pres., J. Ehling, Treas. I 1 BAN The Band is that group of virtuosos who are work- ing to develop the musical appreciation of the school. Their constant work and dedication are evi- dent in the high quality of their performances. It is not an accident that Ryan is reputed to have the finest band in the city. Many hours of practice have developed the musicianship that has earned this fine reputation. The Band exists for the purpose of entertaining students and bringing a good reputa- tion to the school, as well as providing enjoyment for its members. Throughout this year, the Band played at numerous football games, concerts, in parades, school activities, and even at the Woodhaven Center for Retarded Children. The Big Band sound comes to Ryan. Perfection on the field requires long hours of practice. . . i .. f"7 Mfg, off? I! f ' :if dj 2 5 i. ,W ,. . Mr. Robert Purdy-Music and Band Director Halftime entertainment. 54 nl LAB AIDES l Future scientists. Formula for learning. The Lab Aides, a new club just formed this year, are responsible for testing, setting up and taking down all the experiments that are performed by the Physical Science and Freshmen Chemistry Students. , A ., if t- 'PV 1 wg31fff'.- . X:- lyl. .I wr- ,n 'r T39 L?l.w",". , -I " M' 1 W3 ' A- "W, t,.f I, .'-ww - - ,hp ' A ,Q A , t Q 3:- - ' 3 ' 1 .-N, Lending a helping hand. Mr. Victor Staniec. CHEMISTRY LAB AIDES The Chemistry Lab Aides assist in preparing chemical solutions. Their other tasks include keeping the Chemistry Lab and Chemical Storeroom in order, taking periodic inventories of the chemicals, cleaning up all of the chemistry equipment and helping teachers set up the lab for various ex- periments. Mr. John Connelly. The lab assistants. GUYS A D DOLLS Once again our Ryan thespians have swept their audiences off their feet. "Guys and Dolls" was truly a sensational hit. The planning for this exciting musical began way back in June of 1976, when Fr. Gabriel, the Direc- tor met with the other members of the production staff to discuss possible ideas for a production. As in previous years, a musical was chosen because of the overwhelming popularity of musicals in ap- pealing to the audiences. In a musical like "Guys and Dolls," which deals with gamblers during the 1920's, the plot is mostly comical with a moral at- tached to it. October signaled the beginning of tryouts for the play. These included reading certain lines, singing and acting out various emotions in specific situa- tions. From well over 350 candidates, a cast of 175 was chosen. Then in February, practices shifted from the classroom onto the stage itself. Finally at the end of March dress rehearsals were conducted. Fr. Gabriel really enjoyed working with his cast because they were very cooperative, dedicated and competent. As a result of such good rapport, he was able to work closely with them and this, in his opinion, spelled out success. Though it involved sacrifice, in the end it was worth it. all Fr. Gabriel instructing on the finer points of acting. The dancers taking a bow. The Girls' Chorus. A little recreation before practice af Nm sw V N M: ga 1'--1 5 Some of the leads listen to the Mission Band. The Mission Band. The male leads during practice. Fr. Gabriel, Producer and Director in ' L... , A ..,. 55? es 5 The female dancers. Some of the cast rehearsing a scene. CHESS CLUB A pawn is moved, a knight is positioned, a bishop is captured, the queen moves in and checkmate! Another chess game is won. This year the brave knights of Ryan's Chess Club had mounted their steeds once again and rode off to battle, not in the countryside, but rather on chess boards. Yes, chess isn't a battle fought with swords or guns, but a battle of mental wits. A person tries to outfox his oppo- nent through skillful play and strategy. It is not uncommon to see Ryan students going at each other's kings. Intra-club tournaments, Catholic League competition, matches with the faculty and various other tournaments kept the members of the Club concentrating and playing throughout the year. , jlegtftrjz-.3 j7",a"""y, .30 f ' . " ,JL ' .. ' - ,Z ' g"itMf1'isgfjTm 4 W, The Chess Set. Mr. Jerome O'Connell- Chess Club Moderator Moderator. Mrs. Mary Wahl-Art Club ART CLUB Ryan is indeed very fortunate to have such a fine Art Club. These imaginative geniuses have created the best in decorative scenery for such gala occasions as the Mothers' Association Revue, Cozy Morley Night, National Honor Society Induction Ceremony and the New Year's Eve Party at Ryan, not to even mention the countless posters which are made up for various school activities. Enchancing the environment. The Wilderness Family. t ' R gg ' sy .Q . X. i isxfn N ' W x . ' Q5 A ' . . Q ji Af .: 1 v- is ' I A , TNQ' Aa . ,K si j S I I, if . X -" . 19 1 Mr. Tori Mr. Trainer Mr. Reardon t' ,ww 936: I Ss 9 fs . sa -Q l QL TDQQR CLUB The Outdoor Club is a fairly new club here at Ryan but it sure is an active one. Some of the club's recent activities were: canoeing down the Delaware River, mountain climbing at Ralph Stover Park, hiking on Mt. Pinnacle and a summer camping trip to West Virginia. The club has many goals among which are: per- sonal growth experiences, learning in- dividual responsibility and leadership, discovering one's physical limitations through endurance, working effectively with others in a group, meeting new peo- ple and learning to trust your life with others. Mr. Trainer, Mr. Reardon and Mr. Tori, the Moderators, also teach the members the basics in mountain climb- ing, camping, and map and compass reading. Facing the challenge. l ll' 7' A V. b!"Wl 'D i15H .G COUNSELI G CENTER AIDES Keeping the Counseling Center running in a working order is accomplished partly through the diligent services of the Counseling Center Aides. They distribute counseling ap- pointment slips, help to decorate and clean the center and take care of some of the paper work. These young men donate a majority of their free time to accomplish all of this work, whether it be before school, during homeroom or free periods, or after school. Mrs. Joan Cox-Counseling Center Moderator DISCIPLI E DEPARTME T AIDES Working under the direction of Bro. Julian, their Moderator, the Discipline Office Aides devote a great deal of their time to help keep one of the busiest offices in school functioning effeciently. Though sometimes under student pressure because of the nature of their job, the aides nonetheless do their work properly. This includes such responsibilities as writing out late slips, filing these slips as well as demerit slips in the proper folders and many other types of office work. 5 :Y W Q2 ,. ...- An integral part of Ryan's Counseling Center. Bro. Julian Cerkiewicz-Counseling Center Moderator 67'-F-, Aiding a student's admittance to class. TAGE CRE Working behind the scenes literally describes the main function of the Stage Crew. Whenever there is a concert, special assembly, a play or any other type of event which requires the use of the stage in the auditorium, you can count on the Stage Crew to get everything ready. The duties of this active group range from setting up the lights, micro- phones and various other props, to constructing and moving the scenery at the annual school play. APPEALS BOARD The Appeals Board is a school committee compos- ed of students which meets once a week in order to make judgements on whether or not a demerit or demerits given to a particular student by a teacher are justified. If they find that the demeritfsj is un- fair, they will submit their decision to Mr. Pawlowski. This committee at least tries to settle various disputes in a diplomatic way. SENIOR PRO COMMITTEE Dancing with your girl in the spotlight is only part of the romantic atmosphere at a senior prom. The rest is what the Prom Committee is all about. Through their hard working efforts in such diverse tasks as selecting the chaperones, choosing the place and decorations, finding groups to play the music and then listening to their auditions, picking the charm, carefully selecting the food and then taste-testing it, which in this case, was prime rib, organizing the dedications and theme, calling tux- edo rental stores to obtain samples and 'finally estimating the price of the ticket, they had made the prom a truly memorable occasion indeed. The theme was "Precious and Few" and most of us will treasure it in our hearts long after we've left Ryan. ACTIVITIES QFFICE IDES Although they are most noted for their achievements in the area of repairing locker dif- ficulties, the Activities Office Aides are really multi-talented. Their various other duties range from selling all types of tickets to posting the list of school activities on the outside bulletin board and of course, constantly sharpening pencils for their fellow students. Most of all, however, these aides assist Fr. Joel in the general functioning of the Ac- tivities Office. Active helpers. X Fr. Joel Szydlowski ANCE CREW Thousands of students from Ryan and various other surrounding schools attend the Ryan dances each year without thinking about who helped to always set up the gym floor and keep the dances in smooth functioning order. For this we pay tribute to the dedicated members of the Dance Crew who spent many long hours setting up and taking down the gym floor plus the various other decorations, giving out soda and pretzels, handling the coats and cleaning up after everybody has long gone home. v i M' az' ' . 2 2 is it STUDE T STCDRE Fr. Rene offers to Ryan students a vast array of articles at the school store. Students can purchase a large selection of school supplies, athletic equipment, and other goods. Jackets and a variety of school letters, patches, decals, and mugs are also for sale. Fr. Rene Barczak BIQLCDGY CLUB Amateur biologists maybe, but the members of the Biology Club are really helpful to have around. They help to insure the maintenance and smooth functioning of not only the Biology lab, but also most of the equipment which belongs to the Biology Department. Some of their diverse tasks include setting up laboratory equipment, cleaning the lab, clean- ing and maintaining laboratory equipment like microscopes, slides, test tubes, etc. and placing them in the proper order, feeding the fish in the aquarium and also taking care of the other plant and animal specimens. These volunteer students truly experience some of the practical aspects of biology. lil- Mr. Frank Morris-Biology Club Exploringthemicroscopicuniverse. Moderator ' 'RPATI-l WEEKE Warpath Weekend at Ryan is a fest weekend devoted to school spirit, unity, fun and fellowship among all members of Ryan's community. It is celebrated for the purpose ot heightening school spirit toward victory at a homecoming football game. Classes aren't held on Friday and students report to school for a day of fun-filled activities. The dress code is relaxed in favor of encouraging students to wear school colors. This year some of the highlights were: a color judging contest among all of the homerooms, a movie for the juniors and seniors, games for the freshmen and sophomores, a rock concert for all featur ing three groups, two special dances, and the big football game on Sunday, which included a parade and the crowning of the Warpath Queen at halftime t is 3 f Q 4 f 'Y ff -,aa y 1 4 ft N. - f , -tt.,. ,Q ' ' Swv V .r , ,A , X , . Q' A yawf ,,w -J.. " Q ' 'f il5X57i'i r fzarl gg-SN-n ' r uff 3545? if at y a, mf- gh .0 gag . A-:"'vf"N 95, , gil A A , , N, -.-imf' at-tt", ,,. N sf K 'W F fs 4 7' n fi2Wa.wSJ::f-,ef me """'na-.ahh P! X Q H mf? 5,41 AQ I Y A 2 uk' 3 ug! x ,gf as F? . ,Y "7 ,, , "ali H if R fr- 1 mf? 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They watched their team develop and fought hard. They were the 1976 Raiders, under the guidance of a new coaching staff, headed by Mr. Paul Turner. They gave the game their best, and like most former Ryan athletes, they left with something that isn't lost at the close of a season, a fuller sense of maturity. 'V A " M'-4 4.-'s' If gy 2 mir L. ,adv 3 A 1 , E . , N-f-I . , , - . 42.1. r f fi W' i e z ,Q 2 'Q f . nf i A , i ' wil, Q5 6:57, ' kj ' Q . AQZM ' , - Jf:,,,'f 4 il , ,f f , 4 , , , , ef my , , ' . ' gg .f, A - "s::.g.?2K4' A .,5iA,,p, , - 'Stiff AQ .Hy-1' 2 mpg , 5 .- .- - 14 . 5-'71 " L 'A f' 'J ' 'qe'5'1' we '4""' . -f SQ ii 1 f x f . fn in 1, il S 123 ff- ' ' - --ke'--7 f -...1 A QA" 1 " h . 53223 , LZ, 2- vu, lgnvzjrqjga ' A-ix 8 l - .?2"f ,,z if 'f -qrfaefi 1 r ISK- f f ffl ' ' ffl , , 499535 ,'f"f',f KQZMTMM ww . , - Q, I Q t A M M: W Z, gr - gx-L-fr., QQ 'riff Q- If J I I Ai' i, . A x V Q. , ' ,V ,A x -F.. A ,,, f I-. , ,fi I f - gig +4 H Y "Cr" , V . WY V ' V' Qglf. WM. I ,ge ' 3, 'Vi' x ,577'flf K . 4 ' - k My JV iw WZ , , wg e 4 Bill Quinn, winner of the Russ Tannahill Trophy for most dedicated player me N.-gg, m.i..i..-..-- f 1 ffl- H -Rl X I-9917 'V .Ai I - viifale. l Rim, ' if XJ-f .Af U D in Z 3 , p , N X's.,rl 10? gm! HIGH SCHOOL fb- fi, NWN 1453 ff' 285' l ,v-'S gg? RYAN HIGH gc- Pl-IILA. PA. Ndfi BASKETB LL The 1976-77 basketball season was above all a strong rebuilding season for the Raiders' team. With a spirit and enthusiasm unparalleled in its magnitude the team turned the bas- ketball program around and through their skillful play gained a great deal of respect in the Catholic League. Though they suffered disappoint- ment, the team members pushed on and increased their hard efforts and concentration. Thus they were able to spring back and achieve many well- earned victories. Under the guidance of a fine coaching staff the Raiders kept going even when it got tough. They are indeed a true testimony to the Ryan Spirit. if W Mi , Coaches: Left to Right: Rich Prendergast, John Miller Steff Kruck Bob Bologa Varsity Basketball Team Steve Fitzgerald waits for an Egan rebound. .X 1 f. all ln Junior Varsity Basketball Team 're ff' "--. Coach Bob Bologa gives a few pointers. xx X 'wwf MM , 'fffl OCCER f l Varsity Soccer Team and Coach George Todt 'xl Q . ., W' f 'A lf, Known as football to the Europeans and South Americans, the game is known to us as soccer. At Ryan, however, soccer is much more than a game, it is the ultimate test of strategy, endurance, skill, and fancy footwork. Though they didn't win the championship, the Ryan team defi- nitely earned the reputation of being a soccer powerhouse. They not only out- shot, out-dazzled and out-scored most of their opponents, but they surged forth with a tremendous amount of talent and team spirit. Look out! This is only the beginning of things to come. .. 21 Z jf"':Z :,2 , Q Z f X y mv ff af W he 2' f W A4 , ,f . ,af- , , fy . W I l T v " ' B NAI 7 .,. L if Dave Schwitters outmaneuvers two Kendrick Knights. . 7 2 if i V""' I , A r if mf Jw, " ,W 'V l F. Ti. 1 L All-state midfielder Steve Rugosky gains the ad- Junior Varsity Soccer Team and Coach Frank Grayo vantage on a head ball. 1 7 7 Steve Fitzgerald hops past a Kendrick defender. Ernie Knowles taps in another goal Freshment Soccer Team and Coach Dave Bontempo SWIMMING Free style. Not just another stroke for the Ryan Swim Team. It is the Ryan Swim Team. A style of winning, free and easy, a style that outclasses opposing teams, a style that enabled them to defeat LaSalle for the first time ever this season, a style that led them to a most im- pressive 7-l season record, a style that will soon make the Ryan Swim Team "then class of the league. l l Coach, George Todt AFL'r9'5,i, of 'M Lzgf. i fwf , A. 1 ff Z ai.s CROSS COUNTRY . At Ryan, cross country is an extra-curricular activity which strives to develop students into well rounded men both physically and mentally. Cross country is a sport which re- quires a great deal of practice, dedication, and endurance. Most of the meets are run over a 2.9 mile course at Belmont Plateau which consists of hills, rolling slopes, curves, and straghtaways. This year Ryan captured the Catholic League Championship for the 2nd year in a row, and the 3rd straight City Championship. The other victories included 2nd place in the Temple Invitational Meet, and also 2nd place in the War Veterans Meet. Among the many fine run- ners are seniors Keith Davies and Brian Boyle and a sophomore, Timothy Naylor, made All-Catholic. Con- gratulations! . gf: if . S 3 K . 9 Y' X v x . I K Q Q .sp st X ,wt 1 ' .3 , ffw' ' , ' v Qi . 'fa an , 1 ,s QR ,A . A ,Z ,. 9 if. ai. N . v :JS J Rag? M W 5 Q' . 2 .fx ,R as . X ". 1' Cross Country and Track Coach, Ed Ulmer E U U A RYAN M -"' 'il Cross Country Team Run , u ZRYAN5. Q 1 4 'C' -.--.Q gnvnqpnu 4 TRACK Ryan's track program has grown over the years in size, interest, and strength. The second floor corridor serves as an adequate practice field. The track season is broken up into two separate parts, indoor and outdoor track. Indoor track is run during the winter. It consists of running events like sprints, hurdles, and distance events, plus field competition involving the shot put, high jump, and pole vault. Outdoor track has, in addition to the running events, different field events such as the javelin and hammer. During this past season, Ryan won the Catholic league Mile Relay and its 3rd consecutive Indoor Track Championship. This victory was the 7th such title for Ryan and the 5th in a row. What a team! Officers-Spiked Shoe Club BASEB LL f Senior Baseball Squad Members at Pre-season Training Officers-Diamond Clubg Moderator-Fr. Richard Olszewski l' fm A7 " -' 4 A - - , V. , Wolf-'. in .Z wry, 0, Q59 M f' Q 1.- . , ,, fa 6 , , j 4, V, 2, X 5, 1 1 ' ,. x vb. V f ji' . I - 1? ff, :wfzfi ffm rs ,W ,Egg fl 4, ,Q ri, , X. g y A 9 W- . 414 P' Lg, npr! f ,yfffeyr 7195 xx ,ff .yr 'g W A it g ff . ' " 'Q' ' 'N J A .aw if. America's national pastime is alive and well here at Ryan andis as popular as ever. This year the baseball team finished another im- pressive season highlighted by great plays and dedicated effort. The team started training in February with a rigorous two and a half hour a day program which included calisthenics, running, and play scrimmages. Practices were conducted at J unard under the direction of an excellent coaching staff. Facing up the the challenge of a total of six pre-season and six- teen regular season games, the team emerged as a group of devoted players. Unfortunately pictures of this season's action could not be obtained because of the Arrow's deadlines for publication. The pictures you see here were taken during this years pre-season training and at the closing games last season. 1 , , , . r . ,'.!'AK4"X,"Yffx,.'kfkf1 Af ivx K r r . , , , . A . , , A ,i x ,Q . ' ' - 1 f f ' . . . . ,XfX, ,, MA, ,X 1 ,. A J -f- X . ff' . ' Y 1 .A '- x x .K 1 1 i 1' i Y f 1 X ' f ' ' "i - 1" ' .1 ' 2 . r r Coaches-tLeft to Rightj M. Morgan, J . Jordan, T. O'Connell CHead Coachj , James Goldstein. if ' ' ' - ' - A 4 A at . ' " + Y ,, 'W W X M x.: ,,, W. 9 - rf mi 'Mazza f, 9 . M, 'W' I x 1 xx wma H ,,., . - , fc an--we ,,. ,, , V4 at IUDO Coach-Fr. David J akubiec Ippon! To experience a taste of Japanese culture one must experience one of Japan's oldest and most popular sports, Judo. However, Judo is much more than this. It is the art of gentleness in the sense that it doesn't emphasize any form of violence, but rather a peaceful development of the mind and body. "To be quiet, calm, attentive, and considerate is to be strong." "One gains victory over the oppenent by giving way, gentle turns away sturdy." According to Prof. J igoro Kano, who founded the art in 1882, "The principle of the maximum efficient use of mind and body is the fundamental principle governing all the techniques of J udo." The Ryan Judo Club under the direction of its sensei, Fr. David, attempts to give its students instruction and ex- perience in many forms of Judo including throwing techni- ques, pins, holding techniques, escapes, various forms of self-defense and many, many others. Fr. Dave helping students master the art ENN. , J, U7' r l!t:F.ri,?,,L .,... ..., . , Y V ,rf 1 I . .11 .N -Lf ... . Q :A , ' f fliffl . 4 ff ss:-...Q "'.. V4.1-. , ....:..,........p:t:..... """ .ww-.f.:,...ea1-f..::.-1 :aaa-w.vai.unu - . ' ' A ' 1 -vii f uit" N i 515 mi5'6:::,.:.?:ggf--' "-5::f222E"55f5331' iv T "---'lf' 1" "' -7-'33 " "3-""'-'-0" "f-'LP 'I - 5J , X . ? . :mg .. 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I X X pf W f f 7 ,,,, , 5 W 0 t f, N f 1 5 J 1 i 1 i N 2 xx X . ,,Y A K REACI-H c cc For Success And Achievement 9 9 99 "Tis not in mortals to command sueeessg But we ll do more-We ll deserve it I kr E l ,',,,, Y R Q 2 mx i I xx-me l i :Sl-42 7322 ilu-Mr'-S' K X 1 ,fl w X , ,ff X X A ' 'fr 'N 1.3 fav ll Veg y r, 'K ' - " ' J' z I 'Tf.jjj'Lw- wgfaf, A 0 '.A.,.,, , Q ',:f ,H ,- aa W 'hm 1 ' I ' 14712. u ,V ,, , X , if , Qfw 'fi gjffz .Y UNI' -1211 nh. b , 'NM '21 ff fmllj' lim Qfjfgwf v-U :Az IL M .4 2 b YL' -71 V ,z A ' q A - x lg -Li? A ' WWA!! 0 IIX I, ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE John Abendroth is a serious student who also values par- ticipation in a diversity of extracurricular activities in order to gain a fuller education. John has contributed his many talents to such activities as the Band, the World Affairs Council, the National Honor Society and the German Club, of which he was Vice-President. John will continue his education at the University of Tampa, where he will major in marine biology. John Booth: Being a serious, level-headed person, John Booth feels that his four years at Ryan have helped him to become a more well-rounded individual. His current future plans are to attend LaSalle College, where he intends to major in psychology. During his years at Ryan, he has played on the varsity golf team and some of his other ex- tracurricular interests include basketball and tennis. Matthew Brophy: Matthew Brophy believes that learning to speak the languages of other people is important in com- municating with them and understanding them better. Spanish and German are the two languages he has studied so far. History and Theology also fascinate him with un- ending quests for knowledge. Planning to go on to college, Matt wants to concentrate on Theology and Spanish. Be- ing a helpful person, he volunteers his services to his parish five days a week, working at such events like Bingo. He likes bike riding and working outside. "My years at Ryan have helped me to grow in my personality, maturity and learning capabilities." Louis Dallago: Louis Dallago valued his years at Ryan. "The four years I have spent at Ryan have been the best in my life. It has been a great honorable experience to be a member of the Ryan community." Lou has been a member Mathew Brophy Louis Dallago John Abendroth John Booth of the National Honor Society and the varsity football, baseball and track teams as well as the Senior Prom Com- mittee. A diligent student, Lou feels at home the best with math and the sciences, especially biology and physics. Out- side of school, he is also a member of some athletic associations. Studying computer science at college is his current future amibition. Francis Delahanty is a person who thrives on challenge. That is why he feels Ryan is one of the better schools around. "Ryan offers the opportunity for a student to go above and beyond oneself through its Advanced- Place- ment Courses and other excelled courses." He has par- ticipated in the Gun Club, German Club and the Chemistry Club. In addition, he was also a Co-Captain of the Chess Club. Francis is particularly interested in the sciences and mathematics and hopes to study physics at the Mass. Institute of Techonolgy. Lawrence Dondero: A friendly, quiet, all-around person, Larry Dondero strives for excellence in various areas of student life. He has participated in intra-mural bowling and was elected a member of the National Honor Society. Larry's outside interests include baseball and boating, though not at the same time. "I feel Ryan has a good at- mosphere for learning and offers a good opportunity for advancement." His future intentions are majoring in mathematics at LaSalle College. Miroslaw Gardyasz: Miroslaw Gardyaszls scholastic motivation throughout his Ryan years was reflected by his superior academic standing. He contributed extensively to the Raiderscope, Arrow as the Literary Editor, Chess, Ger- man, Tau Clubs and was the Treasurer of the National Francis Delahanty Lawrence Dondero Q17 Miroslaw Gardyasz Steven Geib Honor Society. Miro also enjoyed working out with the Judo Club. Photography, models, stamps, post cards, and reading science fiction are his popular interests. Majoring in biology at LaSalle College with a possible career in marine biology are his future aspirations. "I am happy to have made so many new friends here. All my teachers have helped me with their friendship and kindness." Steven Geib: People like Steven Geib are a real credit to Ryan. An active individual, he has participated in the Chess Club, National Honor Society, German Club as President, Raiderscope, Tau Club, World Affairs Council, Human Relations, Chemistry Lab Aide, and was the Editor-in- Chief of the 1977 Arrow. He also acted in the last three school plays. Steve enjoys math, chemistry and biology. Intending to further his education, he plans to major in chemistry and then enter into research. Some of his other interests are camping, fishing and sports. "I received a lot out of the school community at Ryan both academically and socially. ' ' James Hession has enjoyed his four years at Ryan and values the knowledge he has gained through studies and other people at Ryan. Jim is a person of diversified in- terests, having been involved in the Chess Club, the Raiderscope, and the Art Club. Outside of school, he is in- volved in such pursuits as bowling, golf, and archery. His future plans include the study of architecture in college. William Leventon: William Leventon likes chess, coin col- lecting, stamps, and all sports. His favorite academic area is psychology which he finds interesting and different. In the future, Bill plans to go on to college and major in either finance or civil engineering. Looking back at his years at Robert Malkowski Michael McEachern Vjy James Hession William Leventon Ryan, Bill feels that they have been a good experience, although there were some rough spots along the way. HI think that anybody who wants to receive a good education at Ryan could receive it because it is availablef, Robert Malkowski has been an excellent runner on the track and cross-country teams and has been an active par- ticipant in Student Council the Booster Club, German Club, and also elected a member of the National Honor Society. He has shown a lot of school spirit. "I think Ryan is the best school in Philadelphia. Ryan offers a chance for a very good education, not just academically, as there is much that can be learned from the great diversity of people here at Ryan." Bob plans to study engineering in college and he is considering continuing his track career in college. Michael McEachern: Learning how to navigate an airplane is Michael McEachern's current plan for the future, and entering the Air Force Academy is a start in the right direc- tion. Sociology and the sciences, especially physics, are among Mike's academic interests. Being an active in- dividual, he has served on the Student Council, the Ap- peals Board, Prom Committees, played football all four years as offensive guard, and participated in community service. A very sociable person, Mike also enjoys horseback riding and skiing. He has enjoyed his years at Ryan and feels that they have made him a better person. John O'Brien: History is one of John O'Brien's main in- terests and he plans to concentrate on this area in college. Working at a job in a Neshaminy Mall Thrift Store has kept him busy throughout the year. Some of his other in- terests are chess and reading fiction. John feels that Ryan has helped to prepare him for college and a future career. Also, it has helped him to grow. John O'Brien 'liner-" 'Ni William O'Neil Patrick Nugent William O'Neil: William O'Neil is a person who values both academic and more relaxing acitvities as well. Here at his alma mater, he has been a member of the baseball team and has also played intra-mural basketball. Having en- joyed his years at Ryan tremendously, Bill will miss his days here. Intending to broaden his knowledge, Bill will continue his education through Law School. Patrick Nugent: Patrick Nugent is a person who helped make Ryan a better place for all.,of us. Through his hard work in the Student Council, of which he was President, the National Honor Society as Vice-President, the Prom Committees, Liturgy Committees, and the Booster Club, he led the way in involvement. He also played basketball and was on the Swim Team. In thinking about the future, he plans to attend St. Josephis College and study pre-med. Being a pediatrician is the career he has in mind. Pat is sad to leave Ryan because he feels that it was a great experience for him. Michael Rudewicz: Looking ahead toward the future, Michael Rudewicz wants to take up engineering at Drexel and later work as a civil engineer. He likes math, physics, and chemistry. Being athletically inclined, Mike has played baseball for Ryan and also enjoys some basketball. He is glad to have received a Catholic education in the "best school in the city," and feels it was worth it. Mike believes you should, "Do everything you want to do and have a good time at it." Bruce Ruggeri: Being dedicated, Bruce Ruggeri has given of himself to help make Ryan a better community. Par- ticipating in activities like the German Club, National Honor Society, Raiderscope, Arrow, T.V. Studio, Liturgy Committees, and serving as a library aide, he made friends Anthony Somma Michael Rudewicz Bruce Ruggeri and expanded his growth. Bruce plans to attend LaSalle College where he will concentrate on biology. , Fish, astronomy, gardening, designing, and reading scientific magazines represent some of his interests. In reflecting on his years at Ryan, Bruce feels they were a worthwhile ex- perience filled with many good times as well as difficult ones. He hopes that he is prepared for the future. Anthony Somma: Appreciative of his days of learning here at Ryan, Anthony Somma says, "I feel that my four years at Ryan were great. I enjoyed myself, met a lot of people, and had a good time. I feel that the courses I have taken have prepared me well for the future." Anthony desires to expand his educational perspective by becoming an ac- counting major at Drexel University. Joseph Thomas: Chemistry, physics, and sociology being his chief academic interests, Joseph Thomas intends to go' on to King's College in Wilkes-Barre to major in criminal justice. Someday he would like to work either for the police force or the government. At Ryan, Joe had the responsibility of being typing editor for the Raiderscope. He also enjoys bowling, hockey, and chess in his spare time. Talking about Ryan, Joe says that his years here were the best he ever had, and he received a lot of help from teachers and students. He hopes Ryan will continue the same quality of education always. Robert Verdone: Robert Verdone has devoted a lot of time to his studies and activities at Ryan. Finding his studies challenging, Bob enjoyed the sciences, math, and psychology. Bob is optimistic about going to college and meeting new people. There he plans to major in pre-med with the hopes of becoming a doctor. An active person, Bob has served on the Student Council, Prom Committees, Joseph Thomas Robert Verdone 'KP' Michael Cocco William Donahue World Affairs Council, Ping Pong Club, and played foot- ball. Some of his hobbies include Weightlifting, camping, and skiing. "I lived so close to Ryan and spent so much time there that it was like a second home to me." Michael Cocco, our former news editor of the Raider- scope, is a friendly person who likes to help out in a variety of activities. He was the President of the World Affairs Council, served on the Bicentennial Committee, Liturgy Committee for the Ring Mass, and Human Relations Committee. Mike wants to advance his studies at college in accounting. He hopes to graduate as a public accountant. He enjoys listening to music as well as reading good books. "I will miss all the people here at Ryan who were my friends." William Donahue: Aside from being an active participant in Ryan's baseball program, William Donahue has gladly given his service to the Counseling Center, Senior Prom Committee, and as an aide to Father Stan's Office. When questioned about his future plans, Billy said that he hoped to become a member of either the Air Force or the Police Department. He also would like to repay all of the kind- ness and help he has received from the people at Ryan. "I am proud to have been a part of Ryan." Daniel Donnelly: Throughout his years here, Daniel Don- nelly has donated a lot of his time to Ryan and by doing so, he exemplified the true Ryan spirit. Being the Secretary of the Student Council, President of the Appeals Board, member of the Booster Club, Prom Committees, Liturgy Committees, track team, playing football and intra-mural basketball, represent the many activities in which he par- ticipated. Entering Kutztown College to major in criminal justice with the hopes of later joining the F. B. I., are Daniel Donnelly Donald Factor SE IGR STANDQUTS Dan's current future plans. "I feel my four years at Ryan were socially and academically fulfilling to me as a per- son." Donald Factor has served in Student Council and played an active role in the World Affairs Council. Don has also been a member of Ryan's Judo Club, the Raiderscope, and the Ping Pong Club he helped establish. In reflecting on his high school years, Don responded, "I've tried to get the most from high school life by taking an active role in as many activities as possible to benefit others as well as myself. I believe in being honest with your fellow students, your teachers, and yourself. I've certainly tried to do so." Daniel Farnan: Being a very helpful and friendly person, Dan Farnan has given his helping hand to such activities as the Band, Senior Prom Committee, the Eucharistic Con- gress, Activities Office, "Search'l Program, "Operation Treat," and the Graduation Mass. Dan is grateful to Ryan for showing him how to make friends and for giving him an attitude of kindness and charity toward all people whom he met. He is looking forward to entering the Air Force in hopes of qualifying for their band and pursuing his lifetime goal in a music career. John Gallagher: An outstanding football athlete, John has also donated his talents to a wide array of activities here at Ryan. He played baseball, served as a Student Council delegate, participated in both Junior and Senior Prom Committees, Liturgy Committees, and played music for various school Masses. Looking toward the future, John plans to attend LaSalle College. Football, softball, and music represent some of his outside interests. He is learn- ing to play the guitar and is an accomplished vocalist. John made a lot of friends here and feels Ryan has helped him develop his talents to the fullest. Daniel Farnan John Gallagher if Mark Francis Thomas A. Garlick Daniel Malloy: It is difficult to mention all of the time and hard work that Dan has devoted in service to Ryan. Vice- President of the Student Council, he was also on the Raiderscope, Prom Committees, T.V. Studio, Tennis Team, Booster Club, Appeals Board, Liturgy Committee, and President of the Naitonal Honor Society. Dan wants to continue his education at college and then on to Law School with a possible career in politics. His other interests are community service, tennis, journalism, broadcasting, and working with young children. "My years at Ryan have helped me to mature as a person and gave me the op- portunity to find myself ." Thomas McNulty: A smiling, friendly person, Tom was truly an active, all-around individual throughout his years at Ryan. A star Basketball player, he also played football and participated in the Prom Committees, Student Coun- cil, and the Booster Club. LaSalle College is the future horizon he currently plans to follow, where he will be a business major. Tom enjoyed his education at Ryan and he feels that he learned a great deal. John McRae: A jolly, helpful person, John was involved in the Senior Prom Committee, yearbook, Student Store, Ping Pong Club, and intra-murals. Being asked about what he received from Ryan, John responded by saying that he got a great education and met many new friends. Also, Ryan uplifted his attitudes toward other people. Em- barking on his future path, John will enter into college and major in commercial arts. Someday he would like to start his own business. Having diversified interests, John likes ice hockey, modern art, and music. Mark Francis: Vice-President of the World Affairs Coun- cil, Associate News Editor for the Raiderscope, and basketball manager represent the distinguished positions of service which Mark Francis held here at Ryan. He also ran track and played intra-mural basketball. Human Rela- tions Committee and the yearbook were likewise among his activities. Drexel University is the next step in Mark's Daniel Malloy Thomas P. Garlick Kevin Glaccum future. He plans to study computer science and someday get a job with the government. Mark likes music, guitar playing and sports. "Although I'm looking forward to col- lege, I know I'm going to miss it here." Thomas A. Garlick has been a member of Student Coun- cil. In addition, he served on the Appeals Board, the Prom Committee, and helped in the "Operation Treat" Pro- gram. Tom has gained considerable athletic recognition. He has played football, baseball, and basketball. Throughout his four years of high school, Tom has also been in the Ping Pong and Polish Clubs, as well as member of the Raiderscope staff. Tom has always felt at home at Ryan just being among his classmates and teachers. He has aspirations for a future career in social work and rehabilitation. Thomas P. Garlick: Tom has served on Student Council and the Senior Prom Committee, and has frequently visited and worked with orphans in the surrounding area. He was also a member of the Polish Club and Liturgy Committee, and has displayed his musical talent at various school liturgies. Tom enjoys working with people. He hopes to obtain a Ph.D in psychology and establish his own clinic. In addition to his humanitarian interests, Tom is a true outdoorsman. Fishing, swimming, water and snow skiing, and travel are his popular pastimes. Tom lik- ed Ryan and believes there's a lot of harmony between students, a sense of brotherhood. Kevin Glaccum: Kevin has participated in many activities here at Ryan such as the German Club, World Affairs Council, Arrow, of which he was Layout Editor, National Honor Society as Secretary, Senior Prom Committee, and Student Council. Kevin desires to attend Temple Univer- sity and study communications. Photography, film, com- munity service, concerts, and travel are some of his in- terests. Remembering his years at Ryan, Kevin says, "My years at Ryan have been good ones and the memories will stay with me always. I'm sure the education I've received Thomas McNulty John McRae James O'Donnell Kevin Oleksiak will stay with me in future years." James O' Donnell: Jim is that type of person who is kind enough to offer his help and services without even being asked. Such an attitude has characterized his service in such organizations as the Student Council, Raiderscope, Arrow, Appeals Board, T.V. Studio, both Prom Commit- tees, and Ryan Service. Jim likes to spend his spare time playing sports. He wants to enter college and concentrate on journalism and communications. Jim looks to a career in journalism with either a newspaper or a magazine. "I had a lot of fun. IfI had to do it all over again, I wouldn't change a thing." Kevin Oleksiak: In the Student Council, Booster Club, Junior and Senior Prom Committees, intra-mural basket- ball, and swimming, Kevin displayed a spirit of coopera- tion. Outside the school, he devotes some of his free time to such hobbies like movies, photography, ping pong, and basketball. In his pursuit for greater knowledge, Kevin will enter college where he will undertake the challenge of marketing management. His current career plans are in the business field. "I've met a lot of friendly people here and received a fantastic education. With the help of the teachers and fellow students, I matured greatly." William Quinn: A person who gives up his own time in ser- vice for others is to be admired and Bill is such a person. At Ryan, he served on the Student Council, Raiderscope, prom and Liturgy committees, T.V. Studio, as a football manager, basketball manager, ran track, and played foot- ball. Looking ahead, Bill wants to attend college and focus on either political science or psychology. "My years here have achieved their purpose in establishing relationships and making me more socially and academically inclined. " John Quinto: John was so involved with the Raiderscope and Arrow, that he earned the nickname, "Scoop," He was a sensational Sports Editor. John aspires to a future career in journalism, hopefully as a sports writer, his Joseph Rochford Timothy Senko William Quinn John Quinto greatest ambition. John always wears a smile and is known for his pleasant, carefree disposition. "I enjoy just walking down corridors and talking with people, saying hello, acknowledging them as important. It makes me feel great." We hope John continues on his present course as he strives to fulfill his dreams as a journalist. Joseph Rochford: Giving out a helping hand with a friend- ly smile was the way Joe reached out to people at Ryan. He was active in football, Student Council. Appeals Board, Booster Club, of which he was President, Prom Commit- tees, German Club, and World Affairs Council. Joe is headed for Temple University to study marketing and business management. His thoughts about Ryan are that he really had a good time here and is sad to leave though he looks forward to the future. Timothy Senko: Tim participated in many phases of stu- dent life here at Ryan, and he was able to do so with a spirit of friendly cooperation. Diligently involved in such activities like the Raiderscope, Arrow, Prom Committees, Ryan Service, Appeals Board, Liturgy Committees, and intra-murals, he helped his classmates and had fun doing it. A bright future ahead of him, he intends to go onward to college pre-med studies with a possible career in the medical field. "My years at Ryan strengthened me in character and personality. They've helped me to know myself and form a concept of where I'm at and where I'm going." Edward Trauffer: Ed was the Layout Editor for the Raiderscope, as well as writer, Vice-President of Ryants Band, Vice-President of the World Affairs Council, a Stu- dent Council representative, and first-aid instructor for the Outdoor Club. He was a member of the Liturgy and Prom Committees, the men's chorus, German, Chess, Ping Pong, and Tau Clubs. Ed also ranked high academically, justifying his membership in the National Honor Society. "It's been the highlight of my life. Ryan has been a second home to me and a source of social and intellectual growth, preparing me for the future." Edward Trauf fer JOHN ABENDROTH GREGORY ADAMS KEVIN ADAMS GERARD ALBERTS EDWARD ALEXANDER MARK ALEXANDER KIRK ALEXY ROBERT ALLEY STEVEN ALLIA WILLIAM ALVAREZ MICHAEL AMODEI CRAIG ANDERSON RICHARD APICE GREGORY ARBIZ W., gf . ""'fixm.,L. X... K f X. ...uf-igi' Knowledge casts a splendld beam upon llfe s way, but lt lS falth that throws the longer ray. BRIAN BOYLE JAMES BRADLEY WILLIAM BRADLEY R fm .1 nxf Q if A N Q5 X X IN, A x,.,E,,R no BERNARD BRADY CHARLES BRADY JOHN BRADY THOMAS BRESLIN JAMES BROCK MATTHEW BROPHY PATRICK BROWN I ROBERT BRYAN GERALD BUDAY MARK BURGMANN FRANCIS BURNS qi' 1, 'inn-up THOMAS BURNS FRANCIS CALDERBANK JOSEPH CAMUCCIO MICHAEL CANFIELD MARK CANNING GREGORY CAPUTO ANTHONY CARILLI JOHN CARR DENNIS CARROLL KEVIN CARROLL ARISTIDE CARUSO PAUL CASTELLANI FRANCIS CHAPPELL GREGORY CHECK BRAD CHORPENNING ANTHONY CIACCIA THOMAS CIPRIANO MICHAEL CIRULLI STEPHEN CLARK 1 ' . 'Tw ,WI ROBERT COLEMAN 0 Z NICHOLAS A. COLETTA 'WM MICHAEL COCCO MICHAEL COLE EDWARD COLGAN J 0 f , 3 g , f A ZZ , ? Z ALBERT COLOMBO "'w'unn... FRANCIS COLVILLE RAYMOND CONVERY RICHARD COOGAN THOMAS COOK JOHN CORCORAN 195 gf THOMAS CORCORAN CHRISTOPHER COULTER JOHN COX JAMES COYLE DAVID CROTTY MICHAEL CURRY DAVID CUSTER OLIGIERD CYMBALSKI -2-.3 Mis A RICHARD DADALSKI LOUIS DALLAGO LOUIS DATTLO KEITH DAVIES MICHAEL DAVIS JOHN DEAL GARY DEBLASIS RICHARD DEFELICE "A friend is a strong defense and he that hath found such a one, hath found a treasure." THOMAS DELACOURT FRANCIS DELAHANTY RICHARD DELARSO MICHAEL DELUCA MICHAEL L. DELUCA RICHARD DEMBOWSKI JAMES DENNING ROBERT DEPERRO WILLIAM DERBYSHIRE MICHAEL DIEHL JOHN DILETTO BRIAN DILLON A SEAN DILLON ,U LARRY DIMITRI di' 5.4 1? Qin JAMES DIPENTINO EDWARD DOHERTY JAMES DOLLARD CHRISTOPHER DONAHOE DANIEL DONAHUE f '-ny r "I'ZxT"7' SEAN DONAHUE WILLIAM DONAHUE LAWRENCE DONDERO DANIEL DONNELLY THOMAS DOOLEY MATTHEW DORR MICHAEL DOUGHERTY MICHAEL DOYLE CHARLES DRAUS GEORGE DREW JAMES DUFFIELD FRANCIS DUFFIN GEORGE DUFFNER MICHAEL DURKIN GEORGE DUVAK "T he secret of success is constan cy to purpose." IWW I'Y"' DALE DUXBURY JOHN EDMONDSON PAUL EIDENSHINK RICHARD EISELE CHARLES ELSER WILLIAM EPPLER RONALD ESPOSITO MARK FALLON 1 li DANIEL FARNAN LUKE FARRELL PAUL FASSNACHT DONALD FACTOR MICHAEL FEDIW ibm mv TIMOTHY FEENEY PAUL FELICETTI CARLOS FERNANDEZ BRIAN FOLEY JOSEPH FOSBENNER MARK FINIZIO JAMES FISHER KEVEN FITZPATRICK TIMOTHOY FITZPATRICK W4 me-am., Nui gffwmgx 'Yiwu' JOSEPH FOX ROBERT FOX TIMOTHY FRAME LOUIS FRANCESCO MARK FRANCIS WARREN FRIEL BYRON FRYER WILLIAM GABLE RICHARD GAJEWSKI THOMAS GALEN f ' 'N Q .,,.,., ,V 1' ,, ' , fp "T1me fhes and takes us wlth W it. The moment in which I speak is already gone." JOHN GALLAGHER ROBERT GALLAGHER THOMAS GALLAGHER WILLIAM GALLAGHER BRUCE GAMBINO MIROSLAW GARDYASZ THOMAS A. GARLICK THOMAS P. GARLICK JAMES GARRITY ROBERT GAUL JEFFREY GAY ml' JOHN GEHRING STEVEN GEIB EDMUND GHERARDI ANTHONY GIAMPIETRO JEFFREY GILBEAUX "Be kind, affectioned one to another with brotherly love, in honor preferring one another." JOSEPH R. GILBERT KEVIN GLACCUM STEPHEN GOEBEL JOSEPH GOLDEN FREDERICK GONZALEZ "The man who graduates today and stops le ing tomorrow is uneducated the day after." JAMES GORMAN FRANCIS GOUGH DANIEL GRACE JAMES GRAY LOUIS GRECO JOHN GREENLEAF JAMES GRIFFIN GERARD GRINDROD BART GUERRERA DONALD HABER RONALD HAGEN DENNIS HAGGERTY MICHAEL HAGGERTY JOSEPH HAHN MICHAEL HAMMER lk-v WY? MICHAEL HANNAN STEVEN HANNA MICHAEL I-IANNIGAN KEVIN HARKINS DAVID HARRISON JAMES HART JOSEPH HAUGHEY MARK HAYES TIMOTHY HEALY V530 STEVEN HEASLEY GARY HELM MICHAEL HELBLING W5 "l1"!"b- PAUL HENNESSEY FRANCIS HENOFER TERRENCE HERLING JAMES HERRON JAMES HESSION JOSEPH HIGGINS JOSEPH HILL JAMES HILTON HAROLD HINGLEY MICHAEL HINNEGAN JOSEPH HOGAN MICHAEL HOGAN RUDOLPH HUEBNER MICHAEL HYSON KEVIN IACONO 'Q N619 EDWARD JANCO DENNIS JANN KENNETH JENKINS ROBERT JONES STEVEN KALINOSKI Wd' JOSEPH KAMINSKI JOSEPH KASPER DAVID KEARNEY BRIAN KELLY JAMES KELLY LOUIS KELLY ,uv-'M Iii X If . THOMAS KELLY JAMES KENNEDY JOSEPH KERRIGAN STEPHEN KING THOMAS KNOWLES ERIC KNUTTEL VINCENT KOLODZIEJ DAVID KOLOSKI JOHN KONSTANZER THOMAS KOPANIA PAUL KOSERZENKO WW LOUIS KOSMAN "A well trained mind is made up, so to speak, of all the minds of past age." s ,JAWZ , H1511 JOSEPH KOSICH MICHAEL KRAMNY JOHN KROL GEORGE KRONBAR MARK KRONBERGER GEORGE KUBIS DAVID KUCHS Il0 "QW" EDWARD KULHA MICHAEL KUMOR STEVEN KUMP JOSEPH KURIGER ROBERT KURTZ STEVEN KURUC PETER KURYLUK EMIL KUSHNER PAUL LACROIX MICHAEL LAKE JOHN LARE , L arab' ' 0' WILLIAM LARKIN EDWARD LAROVERE JAMES LA SALLE MARCELLO LATESSA MARK LATIMER "For what does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but suf- fer the loss of his own soul." ALBERT LEAR SAMUEL LEE MICHAEL LENTO BRYAN LEONARDO ANTHONY LEPRE DAVID LEUTWYLER WILLIAM LEVENTON ROY LINK RONALD LISICKI JOSEPH LISOWSKI JOHN LOGAN ALFRED LONGMORE JOSEPH LONGMORE DAVID LUCHSINGER STEVEN LUCIANETTI MICHAEL LYDON . La jpg,-. '-. , - f .V Ll , ...- H-M-Wi? 4 2512:---1 W, ---. . IBA FRANCIS MAC LEOD 3 ? ,Z ROBERT MALKOWSKI DANIEL MALLOY JOHN MALONEY RICHARD MANAI JOSEPH MARCELLINO ANTHONY MARCHIONE willingness to be kind." ROBERT MARZULLO KEVIN MASI JAMES MATHER JACKOB MATTES JAMES MATTSON KEVIN MC ALLISTER THOMAS MC ANANY JOHN MC BREARTY KENNETH MC BREARTY JOHN MC CAREY JAMES MC CLERNON FRANCIS MC CORMAC The greatness of a man can be measured by his THOMAS MC CRACKEN SHAWN MC DADE . .5 'iv I JAMES MC DERMOTT JAMES MC CONALD MARK MC DONNELL STEPHEN MC DOWELL MICHAEL MC EACHERN JOHN MC ENTEE THOMAS MC GOVERN ROBERT MC HUGH CHARLES MC KEE BRIAN MC KEON JOHN MC LAUGHLIN KEVIN MC MAHON THOMAS MC NULTY JOHN MC RAE MARK MC QUADE sfw TIMOTHY MC WILLIAMS ROBERT MEADE GEORGE METZGER MICHAEL MIELE ALVIN MIKULA JAMES MILLER JONATHAN MILLER JOSEPH MILLER JOHN MISCENICH PAUL MONDELLI JOHN MONTGOMERY JAMES MOORE JOHN MORRISON MICHAEL MULLIGAN PATRICK MULLIGAN "A friend is, as it were, a sec- ond self." BENEDETTO MUNIZZA JOHN MURRAY JOSEPH NARDONE MARK NAY CHRISTOPHER NIEMINSKI ROGER NIEMCZYK 147 I Ifv-""" 1f"4"'f1, , I We .iii-'f'? 4 fi -fr-MF .wE.':Q,,", , ' ' ' . "v Q , I 1 1 1 .W ,. W . QL. -, 'X N A m , . ,pai- 'vd' fu!" Qg-7-v' W" '.1, . ' X ,X - , -'.-' .L . . -I. , ig-7' ' ,li M- - 1' :bf . ' 7' , FRANCIS NOLAN FRANK NORCELLA PATRICK NUGENT JAMES NUTT JOHN O'BRlEN W6 - Q-W, JAMES O'DONNELL JOSEPH O'DONNELL MICHAEL OERLEMAN KEVIN O'GRADY GARY O'LEARY "Nothing should be prized more highly than the value of each day." - .f- ,, ,, KEVIN OLEKSIAK WILLIAM O'NEIL STANLEY OSKIERA RICHARD OSKOWIS JOHN D. OTT fn- JOHN G. OTT STEPHEN PAGANO LOUIS PAGLIEI ALFRED PALLANTE JAMES PALUSZYNSKI THOMAS PALUSZYNSKI ROBERT PANELLA ANTHONY PARISIO CLEMENTE PASCARELLA JAMES PAULEY ANTHONY PAVLICHKO JOSEPH PELUZZO "Friendship is the only thing in the world concern- ing the usefulness of which all mankind are agreed . ' ' JosEPH PEPPELMAN WILLIAM PERR1 -KQQQNR T505 1 JOSEPH PETTIT RICHARD PFLUGER JOSEPH PLOVER L "Memories vague of half-forgotten things, not true nor false, but sweet to think upon." JAMES POINTKOUSKI JOHN PONENTE THOMAS POTE ROBERT POWERS STEPHEN PRIMUS ALBERT PRINCIPE FRANCIS PURCELL BRIAN QUINN WILLIAM QUINN JOHN QUINTO CHARLES RAFFAELE CHARLES RAGUCCI f . "W'i'lF"' STEVEN RAINEY Us L MICHAEL RASH MICHAEL RAUCHEISEN JOSEPH RECA DANIEL REED CHRISTOPHER REGAN TIMOTHY RETALLICK "If a man does not make new acquaintances as he advances through life, he will soon find himself left alone. A man should keep his friend- ship in constant repair." PAUL RIZZUTO BRUCE ROACH W ROBERT ROCHE JOSEPH ROCHFORD JAMES RODGERS MARTIN RODRIGUEZ STEPHEN ROGOSKY MICHAEL ROHAN FREDERICK ROMAN MICHAEL ROMANIELLO JOHN T. ROONEY V jp-17' JOHN ROSNEY MICHAEL RUDEWICZ JOSEPH RUETER BRUCE RUGGERI STEPHEN RUGGERI PAUL SABINA 4 EDWARD SAMBUCA JAMES SABATI-I JOHN SALVATORE GARY SANTABARBARA NICHOLAS SANTORO ROBERT SAVAIANO MATTHEW SARZYNSKI S . JOSEPH SCAVILLO JOSEPH SCHAFFLING STEPHEN SCHERF ADAM SCHMIDT MATTHEW SCHNEIDER ROBERT SCHONEWOLF I in GEORGE SCH RADER DAVID SCHWITTERS CHARLES SCQGNO RAYMOND SCOTT RALPH SEIBERLICH I , I I A . dan ' 'Num TIMOTHY SENKO THOMAS SESTITO JAMES SHACKLETON ROBERT SHARKEY DOUGLAS SHARP ROBERT SHARP ROBERT SHAW JOHN SHEVLIN FRANCIS SHOCH NICHOLAS SHUTTIE ROBERT SIGOVICH I A I CHARLES SIMON GORDON SIMPSON MARK SIMS PAUL SIMS ANTHONY SIWINSKI "The happy times of today are the cherished memorles of tomorrow. MARK SLIWKA vw ROBERT SLOBODIAN GERALD SMALL KENNETH SMIGO DAVID SMITH RAYMOND SMITH ROBERT SMITH THOMAS SMITH JOHN SOLECKI JOHN SLOBODIAN PATRICK SMITH ANTHONY SOMMA JOHN SPOTTS THOMAS SROKA inn' , .4 'YT ...- ,T QR 'UQQQ' my 'QGI-7 GREGORY STABLER STEVEN STAFFIERI DANIEL STELLA ERIC STENGEL MICHAEL STEVENS JAMES STINSMAN WILLIAM STOTT JOSEPH STRANGE JAMES STRECKER MICHAEL SWIFT GARY SYSOL STEVEN SZYDLOWSKI ALLEN SZYSZKO JAMES TAMMARO MICHAEL TANSKI I ROBERT TAYLOR VINCENT TETE JOSEPH THOMAS WILLIAM THOMPSON MATTHEW THOMSON WILLIAM TOLIA MICHAEL TOMKO JOSEPH TRALIES EDWARD TRAUFFER JOSEPH TRINACRIA RAYMOND TRUSDELL MICHAEL UNGER .IOSPEH VASTURIA FRANK VELLUCCI ANTHONY VENDETTI ROBERT VERDONE RAYMOND VERRECCHIA NICHOLAS VINCI JOHN WALDINGER THOMAS WALDRON DANIEL WALSH 9 ,v -It, -'S 4..- .HA - ff' , 'H Q ',ff', X Q -' " I ' f ' 'E' A I ' 1' . . ,Y , - , -,r, , M t ,4 -A A A , . . V- MN?-V A - - 1 - . ,. , ,,-I,-:xx it . bf GUM "-,, fag" . " .W . gr ufig, ,I r:,,, ,fs ,..1 L. ug -sf 'W WQ'7fkf'y ' . Jw , ---. ". 'wT,fg" 'ggi 1' I 4- . QITZQA 'Em I I' ii' 'f- I - , ' g gt ,ir 9. N. 4 -Q' r vfiffi Mfr' , xg f-SV J, . ,-f.: 1 ' 'Wf gg? 33 f we ,A fx Fifi -554 ,xt .Y .ciffiw ,,,f1,,IA 59 5:3 " ' , I is ff -' -I 'V f ful, ff " """ 'fs' A ' ' um MICHAEL WALSH if ,:-. 1', . w w,,e-.tif ft "t ' GERALD WEISS MICHAEL WELSH 'W ,W 2.4 . BRUCE WARTMAN JOSEPH WEST ROBERT WEST BERNARD WHELAN IWS JOSEPH WHELAN PATRICK WHITE MICHAEL WHITWORTH WILLIAM WILKINS JOHN WINTERLE years. ' ' "Winged time glides on insensibly and deceives us and there is nothing more fleeting than DENNIS WIREMAN JOHN WISCHUM I 127 WILLIAM WISSMAN EDMUND WIZA STEVEN WRUBLESKI VICTOR YACOVETT ANDREW YANNELLI DONALD YEALY ROBERT YOST JOSEPH YOUSE CHRISTOPHER ZICCARDI GARY ZIMAK JOHN ZUCCARELLI MARK ZYCK hmmm SENIOR DIRECTORY JOHN ABENDROTH-113 Gardner St., Phila. GREGORY ADAMS-13401 Lindsay St., Phila. KEVIN ADAMS-3569 Nottingham Ln., Phila. 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JAMES COYLE-8588 Bloomfield Rd., Phila. DAVID CROTTY-718 Millwood Rd., Phila. MICHAEL CURRY-940 County Line Rd., Phila. DAVID CUSTER-3218 Comly Rd., Phila. OLGIERD CYMBALSKI-3733 Glenn St., Phila. RICHARD DADALSKI-11854 Colman Rd., Phila. LOUIS DALLAGO-11701 Millbrook Rd., Phila. LOUIS DATTLO-3760 Bandon Dr., Phila. KEITH DAVIES-11925 Glenfield St., Phila. MICHAEL DAVIS-3436 Brookview Rd., Phila. JOHN DEAL-10858 Modena Dr., Phila. GARY DEBLASIS-3559 Wessex Ln., Phila. RICHARD DE FELICE-643 Colebrook Rd., Phila THOMAS DELACOURT-4520 Aubrey Ave., Phila. FRANCIS DELAHANTY-9971 Hardy Rd., Phila. RICHARD DELARSO-15101 Milford St., Phila. MICHAEL DELUCA-11731 ., Phila. MICHAEL L DELUCA-1810 Strahle St., Phila RICHARD DEMBOWSKI-9720 Hoff St., Phila. JAMES DENNING-3747 Westhampton Dr., Phila. ROBERT DEPERRO-10928 Templeton Dr., Phila. WILLIAM DERBYSHIRE-4819 Aubrey Ave., Phila. MICHAEL DIEHL-10963 Waldemire Dr., Phila. JOHN DILETTO-2011 Nester St., Phila. BRIAN DILLON-3843 Violet Dr., Phila. SEAN DILLON-3817 Dorchester Rd., Phila. LARRY DIMITRI-1958-B Goodnaw St., Phila. JAMES DIPENTINO-121119 Aster Rd., Phila. EDWARD DOHERTY-3268 Birch Rd., Phila., JAMES DOLLARD-3319 Atmore Rd., Phila. CHRISTOPHER DONAHOE-10931 Waldemire Dr., Phila DANIEL DONAHUE-13015 Sewell Rd., Phila. SEAN DONAHUE-1002 Twist Rd., Phila. , WILLIAM DONAHUE-3660 Salina Rd., Phila. LAWRENCE DONDERO-114 Gregg St., Phila. DANIEL DONNELLY-11716 Lanett St., Phila. THOMAS DOOLEY-3619 Essex Ln., Phila. MATTHBW DORR-13040 Richwood Rd., Phila. MICHAEL DOUGHERTY-3117 Belgreen Terr., Phila MICHAEL DOYLE-1208 Jennifer Rd., Phila., CHARLES DRAUS-9826 Montour St., Phila. GEORGE DREW-3889 Alberta Pl., Phila. JAMES DUFFIELD-9228 Torresdale Ave., Phila. FRANCIS DUFFIN-11107 Kirby St., Phila. GEORGE DUFFNER-1008 Sanibell S., Phila. MICHAEL DURKIN-11042 Ferndale St., Phila. GEORGE DUVAK-15142 Milford St., Phila. DALE DUXBURY-11734 Millbrook Rd., Phila. JOHN EDMONDSON-1027 Grant Ave., Phila. PAUL EIDENSHINK-3424 Grant Ave., Phila. RICHARD EISELE-9716 Hoff St., Phila. CHARLES ELSER-104 Fourth St., Feasterville WILLIAM EPPLER-11608 Bustleton Ave., Phila. RONALD ESPOSITO-12480 Balston Rd., Phila. DONALD FACTOR-1134 Chesworth Rd.,Phila. MARK FALLON-12502 Calpine Rd., Phila. DANIEL FARNAN-3816 Brookview Rd., Phila. LUKE FARRELL-3210 Fordham Rd., Phila. PAUL FASSNACHT-3522 W. Crown Ave., Phila. MICHAEL FEDIW-1500 Creswood Rd., Phila. TIMOTHY FEENEY-9301 Lansford St., Phila. PAUL FELICETTI-3514 Byrne Rd., Phila. CARLOS FERNANDEZ- Elliot Bldg Apt 530, Phila. THOMAS FERRY-3741 Westhampton Dr., Phila. GEORGE FETTERS-3708 Academy Rd., Phila. MARK FINIZIO-9812 Hardy Rd., Phila. WILLIAM FLETCHER-12303 Wyndom Rd., Phila. BRIAN FOLEY-3875 Ronnald Dr., Phila. JOSEPH FOSBENNER-10102 Calera Rd., Phila. JOSEPH FOX-14056 Erwin St., Phila. ROBERT FOX-12450 Barbary Pl., Phila. TIMOTHY FRAME-3667 Whitehall Ln., Phila. LOUIS FRANCESCO-12023 Legion St., Phila. MARK FRANCIS-2627 Woodward St., Phila. WARREN FRIEL-3615 W. Crown Ave., Phila. BRYON FRYER-4136 Whiting Rd., Phila. WILLIAM GABLE-3811 Inwood Ln., Phila. RICHARD GAJEWSKI-9515 Torresdale Ave., Phila. THOMAS GALEN-12250 Rambler Rd., Phila. JOHN GALLAGHER-12213 Aster Rd., Phila. ROBERT GALLAGHER-12532 Medford Pl., Phila. THOMAS GALLAGHER-1915 Witler St., Phila. WILLIAM GALLAGHER-730 Sanford St., Apt. 201, Phila. BRUCE GAMBINO-3309 Morning Glory, Phila. MIROSLAW GARDYASZ-3332 Chesterfield Rd., Phila. THOMAS A GARLICK-11614 Bustleton Ave., Phila. THOMAS P GARLICK-843 Medway Rd., Phila. JAMES GARRITY-3666 Academy Rd., Phila. ROBERT GAUL-13411 Kelvin Ave., Phila. JEFFREY GAY-3246 Comly Rd., Phila. JOHN GEHRING-9211 Torresdale Ave., Phila. STEVEN GEIB-816 Fay Dr., Trevose EDMUND GHERARDI-11004 Proctor Rd., Phila. ANTHONY GIAMPIETRO-9237 Annapolis Rd., Phila. JEFFREY GILBEAUX-2885 Carter Rd., Trevose JOSEPH R. GILBERT-9522 Clark St., Phila. KEVIN GLACCUM-852 Medway Rd., Phila. STEPHEN GOEBEL-15141 Endicott St., Phila. JOSEPH GOLDEN-3651 W. Crown Ave., Phila. FREDERICK GONZALEZ-Street Rd. 8: Bristol Pk, Cornwell Hts., JAMES GORMAN-13040 Sewell Rd., Phila. FRANCIS GOUGH-3542 Primrose Rd., Phila. DANIEL GRACE-12040 Glenfield St., Phila. JAMES GRAY-32654 N. Hereford Ln., Phila. JOHN GREENLEAF-9601 Ashton Rd., Phila. LOUIS GRECO-12621 Medford Rd., Phila. JAMES GRIFFIN-10026 Westbourne Pl., Phila. GERAD GRINDROD-3263 Morrell Ave., Phila. BART GUERRERA-4133 Farmdale Rd., Phila. DONALD HABER-3618 Salina Rd., Phila. RONALD HAGEN-6634 Sylvester St., Phila. DENNIS HAGGERTY-4428 Barry Rd., Phila. MICHAEL HAGGERTY-4366 Deerpath Ln., Phila. JOSEPH HAHN-3641 Chesterfield Rd., Phila. MICHAEL HAMMER-3621 Wessex Ln., Phila. STEVEN HANNA-10926 Templeton Dr., Phila. MICHAEL HANAN-12609 Calpine Rd., Phila. MICHAEL HANNIGAN-3317 Kayford Cir., Phila. KEVIN HARKINS-1032 Norvelt Dr., Phila. DAVID HARRISON-9551 Leon St., Phila. JAMES HART-4175 Whiting Rd., Phila. JOSEPH HAUGHEY-143 Greendale Rd., Phila. MARK HAYES-3652 Salina Rd., Phila. TIMOTHY HEALY-12019 Salina Pl., Phila. STEVEN HEASLEY-3210 Fairdale Rd., Phila. MICHAEL HELBLING-12436 Academy Rd., Phila. GARY HELM-3404 Lester Rd., Phila. PAUL HENNESSEY-9984 Ferndale St., Phila. FRANCIS HENOFER-9229 Cottage St., Phila. TERRENCE HERLING-2128 Berwyn St., Phila. JAMES HERRON-3804 Oakhill Rd., Phila. JAMES HESSION-1040 Surrey Road, Phila. JOSEPH HIGGINS-3820 Aubrey Ave., Phila. JOSEPH HILL-3522 Nottingham Ln., Phila. JAMES HILTON-11819 Colman Ter., Phila. HAROLD HINGLEY-3510 Primrose Rd., Phila. MICHAEL HINNEGAN-14006 Erwin St., Phila. JOSEPH HOGAN-7 Biggans Pl., Phila. MICHAEL HOGAN-3101 Belgreen Ter., Phila. RUDOLPH HUEBNER--3424 Primrose Rd., Phila. MICHAEL HYSON-9308 Rising Sun Ave., Phila. KEVIN IACONO-4703 St. Denis Dr., Phila. EDWARD JANCO-11879 Colman Rd., Phila. DENNIS J ANN-4404 Greenmount Rd., Phila. KENNETH JENKINS-11705 Stevens Rd., Phila. ROBERT JONES-Bristol Pk 8: Street Rd., Cornwell Hts STEVEN KALINOSKI-3834 Patrician Dr., Phila. JOSEPH KAMINSKI-12050 Stevens Rd., Phila. JOSEPH KASPER--11802 Colman Rd., Phila. DAVID KEARNEY-9319 Marsden St., Phila. BRAIN KELLY-3520 W. Crown Ave., Phila. JAMES KELLY-12734 Kenny Rd., Phila. LOUIS KELLY-12413 Sweetbriar Rd., Phila. THOMAS KELLY-3543 Nottingham Ln., Phila. JAMES KENNEDY-658 Hendrix St., Phila. JOSEPH KERRIGAN-11723 Millbrook Rd., Phila. STEPHEN KING-12243 Sweetbriar Rd., Phila. THOMAS KNOWLES-13855 Ronnald Dr., Phila. ERIC KNUTTEL-3506 Grant Ave., Phila. VINCENT KOLODZIEJ-10915 Kirby Dr., Phila. DAVID KILOSKI-9948 Alicia St., Phila. JOHN KONSTANZER-3902 Fairdale Rd., Phila. THOMAS KOPANIA-3469 Kirkwood Rd., Phila. PAUL KOSHERZENKO-3518 Fitler St., Phila. JOSEPH KOSICH-3537 Byrne Rd., Phila. LOUIS KOSMAN-3535 Morrell Ave., Phila. MICHAEL KRAMNY-4425 Deerpath Ln., Phila. JOHN KROL-3519 Primrose Rd., Phila. GEORGE KRONBAR-3231 Morning Glory Rd., Phila. MARK KRONBERGER-1008 Susan Rd., Phila. GEORGE KUBIS-388 Alberta Pl., Phila. DAVID KUCHS-3221 Brookdale Rd., Phila. EDWARD KULHA-12010 Millbrook Rd., Phila. MICHAEL KUMOR-4401 Barry Rd., Phila. STEVEN KUMP-4221 Lawnside Rd., Phila. JOSEPH KURIGER-11996 Dumont Rd., Phila. ROBERT KURTZ-1819 Bergen St., Phila. STEVEN KURUC-3432 Holyoke Rd., Phila. PETER KURYLUK-1854 Berwyn St., Phila. EMIL KUSHNER-505 Feaster Ave., Feasterville PAUL LACROIX-4152 Fairdale Rd., Phila. MICHAEL LAKE-11853 Sewell Rd., Phila. JOHN LARE-12431 Dunks Ferry Rd., Phila. WILLIAM LARKIN-9324 Alton St., Phila. EDWARD LAROVERE-12732 Minden Rd., Phila. JAMES LASALLE-12901 Medford Rd., Phila. MARC LATESSA-12342 Wyndom Rd., Phila. MARK LATIMER-3719 Bandon Dr., Phila. ALBERT LEAR-12218 Sweet Briar Rd., Phila. SAMUEL LEE-Bristol Pk 8: St. Rd., Cornwell Hts MICHAEL LENTO-215 Greendale Rd., Phila. BRYAN LEONARDO-3365 Holme Ave., Phila. ANTHONY LEPRE-104 Hickory Hill Rd., Phila. DAVID LEUTWYLER-11101 Templeton Dr., Phila. WILLIAM LEVENTON-9647 Pine Rd., Phila. ROY LINK-3701 Glenn St., Phila. RONALD LISICKI-3216 Primrose Rd., Phila. JOSEPH LISOWSKI-12001 Audubon Ave., Phila. JOHN LOGAN-12530 Chilton Rd., Phila. ALFRED LONGMORE-3609 Newberry Rd., Phila. JOSEPH LONGMORE-3609 Newberry Rd., Phila. DAVID LUCHSINGER-3702 Mechanicsville Rd., Phila. STEVEN LUCIANETTI-3211 Comly Rd., Phila. MICHAEL LYDON-9650 Chapelcroft St., Phila. LAWRENCE LYNCH-835 Herschel Rd., Phila. FRANCIS MACLEOD- 4214 Lawnside Rd., Phila. FREDERICK MALAMPY-3557 Byrne Rd., Phila. ROBERT MALKOWSKI-9914 Sandy Rd., Phila. DANIEL MALLOY-514 Larkspur St., Phila. JOHN MALONEY-1121 Chesworth Rd., Phila. RICHARD MANAI-3333 Morning Glory Rd., Phila. JOSEPH MARCELLINO-2016 Barlow St., Phila. ANTHONY MARCHIONE-13451 Stevens Rd., Phila. RICHARD MARIANI-3462 Primrose Rd., Phila. GARRY MARVEL-12096 Legion St., Phila. ROBERT MARZULLO-3824 Kirkwood Rd., Phila. KEVIN MASI-12508 Chilton Rd., Phila. JAMES MATHER-3327 Lester Rd., Phila. JACKOB MATTES-1949 Greymont St., Phila. JAMES MATTSON-11026 Fairdale St., Phila. KEVIN MCALLISTER-8523 Bustleton Ave., Phila. THOMAS MCANANY-2904 Nestor Rd., Phila. JOHN MCBREARTY-1019 Bingham St., Phila. KENNETH MCBREARTY-12870 Medford Rd, Phila. JOHN MCCAREY-12603 Calpine Rd., Phila. JAMES MCCLERNON-4408 Greenmount Rd., Phila. FRANCIS MCCORMAC-10011 Westbourne Pl., Phila. THOMAS MCCRACKEN-11732 Telfair Rd., Phila. SHAWN MCDADE-3418 Chalfont Dr., Phila JAMES MCDERMOTT-10033 S. Canterbury Rd., Phila. JAMES MCDONALD-1038 Foster St., Phila. MARK MCDONNELL-3527 Wessex Ln., Phila. STEPHEN MCDOWELL-132 Hickory Hill Rd., Phila. MICHAEL MCEACHERN-12175 Aster Rd., Phila. JOHN MCENTEE-3507 Churchill Ln., Phila. THOMAS MCGOVERN-3328 Fairdale Rd., Phila. ROBERT MCHUGH-4824 Aubrey Ave., Phila. CHARLES MCKEE-12575 Chilton Rd., Phila. BRIAN MCKEON-3344 Morning Glory Rd., Phila. JOHN MCLAUGHLIN-11921 Millbrook Rd., Phila. KEVIN MCMAHON-9352 Annapolis Rd., Phila. THOMAS MCNULTY-13042 Richwood Rd., Phila. JOHN MCRAE-12809 Dunks Ferry Rd., Phila. MARK MCQUADE-3201 Fairdale Rd.,Phila. TIMOTHY MCQUILLIAMS-13043 Sewell Rd., Phila. ROBERT MEADE-3200 Danley Rd., Phila. GEORGE METZGER-11740 Telfair Rd., Phila. MICHAEL MIELE-11827 Brandon Rd., Phila. ALVIN MIKULA-12026 Millbrook Rd., Phila. JAMES MILLER-4382 Deerpath Ln., Phila. JONATHAN MILLER-Bristol Pk 8c St Rd.,Phila. JOSEPH MILLER-10816 Harrow Rd., Phila. JOHN MISCENICH-3408 Lester Rd., Phila. PAUL MONDELLI-3306 Red Lion Rd., Phila. JOHN MONTGOMERY-725 Colebrook Rd., Phila. JAMES MOORE-12450 Balston Rd., Phila. JOHN MORRISON-12511 Ramer Rd., Phila. MICHAEL MULLIGAN-3304 Danley Rd., Phila. PATRICK MULLIGAN-12090 Legion St., Phila. BENEDETTO MUNIZZA-3581 Oakhill Rd., Phila. JOHN MURRAY-3571 Wessex Ln., Phila. JOSEPH NARDONE-12637 Dunks Ferry Rd., Phila. MARK NAY-10985 Ellicot Rd., Phila. CHRISTOPHER NIEMINSKI-12014 Depue St., Phila ROGER NIEMCZYK-9624 Hayden St., Phila. FRANK NORCELLA-12513 Fedor Rd., Phila. FRANCIS NOLAN-3814 Ronnald Dr., Phila. PATRICK NUGENT-15034 Milford St., Phila. JAMES NUTT-659 Waring St., Phila. JOHN O'BRIEN--1405 Hemlock Pl., Phila. JAMES O'DONNELL-15050 Carter Rd., Phila. JOSEPH O'DONNELL-707 Millwood Rd., Phila. MICHAEL OERLEMAN-11123 Drake Dr., Phila. KEVIN O'GRADY-3552 Grant Ave., Phila. GARY O'LEARY-268 Dimarco Dr., Phila. KEVIN OLEKSIAK-9706 Walley Ave., Phila. WILLIAM O'NEILL-10824 Keswick Rd., Phila. STANLEY OSKIERA-3901 Fairdale Rd. Phila. RICHARD OSKOWIS-3820 Salina Rd., Phila. JOHN D. OTT-10217 Ambridge Pl., Phila. JOHN G. OTT-1109 Norwalk Rd., Phila. STEPHEN PAGANO-217 Ridgefield Rd. LOUIS PAGLIEI-3618 Prince Cir., Phila. ALFRED PALLANTE-12581 Biscayne Dr., Phila. JAMES PALUSZYNSKI-3803 Chalfont Dr., Phila. THOMAS PALUSZYNSKI-3803 Chalfont Dr., Phila. ROBERT PANELLA-3437 Vinton Rd., Phila. ANTHONY PARISIO-2019 Gorman St., Phila. CLEMENTE PASCARELLA-9857 Clark St., Phila. JAMES PAULEY-12032 Waldemire Dr., Phila. ANTHONY PAVLICHKO-12344 Wyndom Rd., Phila. JOSEPH PELUZZO-3511 Morrell Ave., Phila. JOSEPH PEPPELMAN-735 Colebrook Rd., Phila. WILLIAM PERRI-10 Chestnut Ln., Phila. JOSEPH PETTIT-11703 Denman Rd., Phila. RICHARD PFLUGER-2802 Nestling Rd., Phila. JOSEPH PLOVER-3508 Drunmore Rd., Phila. JAMES POINTKOUSKI-10947 Kirby Dr., Phila. JOHN PONENTE-3641 Newberry Rd., Phila. THOMAS POTE-3447 Holyoke Rd., Phila. ROBERT POWERS-10207 Woburn Pl., Phila. STEPHEN PRIMUS-10917 Templeton Dr., Phila. ALBERT PRINCIPE-3820 Violet Dr., Phila. FRANCIS PURCELL-2415 Steven Rd., Phila. BRIAN QUINN-3116 Morning Glory Rd., Phila. WILLIAM QUINN-3413 Primrose Rd., Phila. JOHN QUINTO-8954 Fairfield St., Phila. CHARLES RAFFAELE-3148 Derry Rd., Phila. CHARLES RAGUCCI-15128 Endicott St., Phila. STEVEN RAINEY-3402 Kirkwood Rd., Phila. MICHAEL RASH-3600 Red Lion Rd. 057, Phila MICHALE RAUCHEISEN-3505 Brookview Rd., Phila JOSEPH RECA-9352 Lansford St., Phila. DANIEL REED-3141 Holly Rd., Phila. CHRISTOPHER REGAN-9603 Dedaker St., Phila. TIMOTHY RETALLICK -10907 Waldemire Dr., Phila. PAUL RIZZUTO-9789 Verree Rd., Phila. BRUCE ROACH-9349 Annapolis Rd., Phila. ROBERT ROCHE -3830 Greenacres Rd., Phila. JOSEPH ROCHFORD-12705 Dunks Ferry Pl., Phila. JAMES RODGERS-3248 Maple Rd., Phila. MARTIN RODRIGUEZ-2842 Norcom Rd., Phila. STEPHEN ROGOSKY-3563 Nottingham Ln., Phila. MICHAEL ROHAN-12775 Dunks Fer Rd., Phila. FREDERICK ROMAN-3542 Sussex Ln., Phila. MICHAEL ROMANIELLO-535 N. 2nd St., Phila. JOHN T. ROONEY-9245 Lansford St., Phila. JOHN ROSNEY-10922 Kirby Dr., Phila. MICHAEL RUDEWICZ-1006 Warfield Pl., Phila. JOSEPH RUETER-10821 Meadow Ln., Phila. BRUCE RUGGERI-9745 Portis Rd., Phila. STEPHEN RUGGERI-426 Larkspur St., Phila. JAMES SABATH-1114 Lindenhurst St., Phila. PAUL SABINA-3606 President St., Phila. JOHN SALVATORE-316 Buxmont St., Phila. EDWARD SAMBUCA-228 Lockart Ter., Phila. GARY SANTABARBARA-12642 Knights Pl., Phila. NICHOLAS SANTORO-1916 Goodnaw St., Phila. MATTHEW SARZYNSKI-14014 Erwin St., Phila. ROBERT SAVAIANO-9821 Redd Rambler Rd., Phila. JOSEPH SCAVILLO-1813 Gregg St., Phila. JOSEPH SCHAFFLING-11033 Kipling Ln., Phila. STEPHEN SCHERF-11011 Lindsay St., Phila. ADAM SCHMIDT-504 Rennard St., Phila. MATTHEW SCHNEIDER-12510 Ramer Rd., Phila. ROBERT SCHONEWOLF-3613 Prince Circle, Phila. GEORGE SCHRADER-9818 Woodfern Rd., Phila. DAVID SCHWITTERS-10212 Ambridge Pl., Phila. CHARLES SCOGNO--3461 Brookview Rd., Phila. RAYMOND SCOTT-9822 Montour St., Phila. RALPH SEIBERLICH-1103 Creswood St., Phila. TIMOTHY SENKO-12137 Barbary Rd., Phila. THOMAS SESTITO-10203 Kilburn Rd., Phila. JAMES SHACKLETON-148 Hickory Hill Rd., Phila. ROBERT SHARKEY-4251 Whiting Rd., Phila. DOUGLAS SHARP-12783 Dunks Ferry, Phila. ROBERT SHARP-3909 Patrician Dr., Phila. ROBERT SHAW-11853 Brandon Rd., Phila. JOHN SHEVLIN-3812 Aubrey Ave., Phila. FRANCIS SHOCH-11802 Brandon Rd., Phila. NICHOLAS SHUTTIE-9335 Lansford St., Phila. ROBERT SIGOVICH-11979 Dumont Rd., Phila. CHARLES SIMON-11009 Academy Rd., Phila. GORDON SIMPSON-1340 Wales Pl., Phila. MARK SIMS-13420 Priestly St., Phila. PAUL SIMS-13420 Priestly St., Phila. ANTHONY SIWINSKI-11937 Glenfield Rd., Phila. MARK SLIWKA-11815 Basile Rd., Phila. JOHN SLOBODIAN-9773 Chapelcroft St., Phila. ROBERT SLOBODIAN-9773 Chapelcroft St., Phila. GERALD SMALL-2834 Normandy Dr., Phila. KENNETH SMIGO-4206 Whiting Rd., Phila. DAVID SMITH-3331 Morning Glory Rd., Phila. PATRICK SMITH-9525 Clark St., Phila. RAYMOND SMITH-9767 Evans St., Phila. ROBERT SMITH-3274 Birch Rd., Phila. THOMAS SMITH-12520 Chilton Rd., Phila. JOHN SOLECKI-1968 Beyer Ave., Phila. ANTHONY SOMMA-230 Wickley Rd., Phila. JOHN SPOTTS-10941 Carey Plaza, Phila. THOMAS SROKA-10947 Kipling Ln., Phila. GREGORY STABLER-10100 W. Keswick Rd., Phila. STEVEN STAFFIERI-11701 Colman Pl., Phila. DANIEL STELLA-11031 Rennard St., Phila. ERIC STENGEL-9249 Outlook Ave., Phila. MICHAEL STEVENS-11868 Basile Rd., Phila. JAMES STINSMAN-12417 Dunks Ferry, Phila. WILLIAM STOTT-3815 Nedla Rd., Phila. JOSEPH STRANGE-12642 Biscayne De., Phila. JAMES STRECKER-9611 Torresdale Ave., Phila. MICHAEL SWIFT-12016 Waldemire Dr., Phila. GARY SYSOL-9700 Glenhope Rd., Phila. STEVEN SZYDLOWSKI-3610 Salina Rd., Phila. ALLEN SZYSZKO-10920 Templeton Dr., Phila. JAMES TAMMARO-2033 Murray St., Phila. MICHAEL TANSKI-3705 Academy Rd., Phila. ROBERT TAYLOR-801 Foster St., Phila. VINCENT TETE-604 Edison Ave., Phila. JOSEPH THOMAS-10819 Heflin Rd., Phila. WILLIAM THOMPSON-11733 Denman Rd., Phila. MATTHEW THOMPSON-4210 Fairdale Rd., Phila. WILLIAM TOLIA-12033 Waldemire Dr., Phila MICHAEL TOMKO-9207 Masland St., Phila. JOSEPH TRALIES-9316 Rising Sun Ave, Phila EDWARD TRAUFFER-712 Dunmore Rd., Phila. JOSEPH TRINACRIA-3401 Brookview Rd., Phila RAYMOND TRUSDELL-3511 Primrose Rd., Phila. MICHAEL UNGER-3532 Nottingham Ln., Phila. JOSEPH VASTURIA-1817 Bergen St., Phila. FRANK VELLUCCI-12150 Aster Rd., Phila. ANTHONY VENDETTI-12509 Calpine Rd., Phila. ROBERT VERDONE-3413 Brookview Rd., Phila. RAYMOND VERRECCHIA-3432 Orion Rd., Phila. NICHOLAS VINCI-3534 Byrne Rd., Phila. JOHN WALDINGER-9870 Wistaria St., Phila. THOMAS WALDRON-10728 Keswick Rd., Phila. DANIEL WALSH-3599HNottingham, Phila. MICHAEL WALSH-3515 Primrose Rd., Phila. BRUCE WARTMAN-11801 Basile Rd., Phila. GERALD WEISS-11734 Lanett Rd., Phila. MICHAEL WELSH-3824 Karen St., Phila. JOSEPH WEST-3233 Morn Glory Rd., Phila. ROBERT WEST-12112 Rainer Rd., Phila. BERNARD WHELAN-3624 Morrell Ave., Phila. JOSEPH WHELAN-3706 Mechanicsville Rd., Phila. PATRICK WHITE-3847 Linden Ave., Phila. MICHAEL WHITWORTH-13026 Richwood Rd., Phila WILLIAM WILKINS-10872 Knights Rd., Phila. JOHN WINTERLE-12156 Rambler Rd., Phila. DENNIS WIREMAN-3201 Saxon Pl., Phila. JOHN WISCHUM-3310 Chesterfield Rd., Phila. WILLIAM WISSMAN-12206 Medford Rd., Phila. EDMUND WIZA-9229 Outlook Ave., Phila. STEVEN WRUBLESKI-14011 Faraday St., Phila. VICTOR YACOVETT-3817 Brookview Rd., Phila. 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Mcllmail John McRae Edward Carroll V Joseph Peppelman Mr. Barry Rogers James O'Donnell Dennis Wireman Raymond Scott John Morrelli Marcello Latessa Typing Michael Murray Steven Lombardo John Wischum Gregory Stabler Mrs. Mary Rogers Yes, the year is all over. Little d time, how full of life it was for exams, cheering at games, talking, laughing, crying, and Ryan tradition. Yes, those heart, he shall never again ing, though sad it may be, of the future, of becoming We, the members of the you will always cherish f time passed by. Time, precious riends, joking around, cramming to win, sharing with our friends, better person in the spirit of the senior knows deep down in his student. 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