Archbishop Stepinac High School - Shepherd Yearbook (White Plains, NY)

 - Class of 1957

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M-4-lv lo 1'll'Zlll51' Ilu- worlfl of llu- llll5Q'l'l1'h of sin :Incl thus fan-ililala-s llu- lH'l'hl'l'NZlll0ll of ve-nlurie-5 of 1-ullurl-. ln il final gl-slnrv of liberation Christ brolu- llu- bonfls of :ll-allh lo prow- Ili- Diwinily anfl lo pronlisn- our I-la-rlml from-:loin from Ill-allh mul clunlnulion. . . Bod 0 'Zllan Through the .-lges. lnrighl figurr- of lIlll'lll'1'lllill liln-rnlion. lluring llu- l:l'lllll'N2llll'l' whim-ll followl-cl. lllilllih lu-zluallling -piril. -pnrra-cl inlo life- hy tho- rn-- P Aloyslus Cardmal Steplnac - His Fmincncc . . . Our Patron His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman Ourfounder , 'sais ff Faculty ,Hg .mr- Ifx ,.Q,, I . yexywx 1944 ,. 3-: .ff .g.:, .1-V :-U' . ,-5 ,'sf21f'i11. ' 754, .xg , A , til'-Qgirlraadt' Fi rg, J-fx rizlhtpk-ri'-lf' , .. 4, V '-Q 1 f ig' , nw-f A - f. Admmlstratwn XX A19Q THE REVEREIND JAMES T NOLAN PhD Asslstant Prlncnpal Dean of Studles il' THE REVEREND JEREMIAH B SULLIVAN MA Dean of Student Actnmes THE REVEREND WILLIAM J WARD BA Dlreclor of Guldance Chairman of Rehglon Department THE REVEREND EDWARD M PLOVER STB Procuralor 0 0 0 Y gf' . ,.. . ,.. . ,,.. Brother Alols C F X M A Chalrman o Spanlsh Department Brother Andrew Joseph C FX M S Mathematics '13 Brother Bemgnus C FX M A Chairman of French Department Relzgzon Freshman Basketball French Club Father James Cashman 0 S C B A English Dramaucs Publzc Speakmg Father Anthony J Dougherty O S F S M A Religion Father Augusune J DxBlas1 M A Chazrman of Latm Department Brother Donatus C F X M A Chairman of German Department Mr John D Duane BS -F Father Stephen J Fitzgerald M A Chairman of Socuzl Studies Depart ment Boulzng Club Golf Team rt Brother Douglas C FX M A Chazrman of Busmess Department Business Club Track x, 1 Brother George Patrxck C F X M A Brother Joachim C F X M S Ltbrarzan Library Club German 13 Father John J Gaffney O S F S M A Relzgzon Dance Commtttee Brother Justin C F X M A Chairman of Industrtal Arts Department Varsity Swrmmzng . , .. Y J 3 X, V - . , .. '15, , .. ., .. . , - 5 . , .... , . ., 9 iz, . ' , if O ,' r f., .X 3 X ,...,.. ,...,.. ,...,.. , , 41- ' Fl Father Robert J Kane M S Physuw Physics Club Brother Kenny C F X M S Mathematics I V Football 'Qi-' 'Vw Father Edward F Kenrlck Ph D Engltsh Brother Leroy C F X M A Brother Llguorl C F X B S Bzology Earth Science Relzgzon Busmess Bxology Club 6- Brother I ucas C F X M 5 Father John F Lyons M b Brother Maruman C F X M S Mathematzcs Industrxal Arts Auto Rellgaon Shepher d Clunrman of General Science Drulng Photography IV Football Department Rifle Club 14 5 2 t wh . , .. 'S I , A 'F xxx Z ,A jf, . A I 5 5 hp Q V ,r 117 '1 Qs 3-v 'rv Father Stanley C Maghews M A Brother Maurlclus C FX., B A Father Thomas F Mc-Caffrew M -X Socull Smdw, Alumm Souegy Semof Mathematics Rellgzon Freshman Soc1alStudles Altar Bms Knzghls of Senate Usher Society Tennts Basketball the Blessed Sacrament Rifle Club Father Joseph J McCarthy M S English Crusader 15 FP K Father Joseph F McCann B A Soczal Studies Rellgzon Moderator of Athletics Father James M McDermott B A Latm Sodaltty of the Blessed Mother Father William J McCann M A Father Joseph J MCCOldYlCh Chairman of Music Department I atm 0 S F S B A Soc1alStudzes Band Glee Club Mlltllemdllcs 43. 'X '- . U, ' Q f- ,, , . ' 1 . Q -r 'ev K-. 1 ' . , . . , - . . . . ", ., . . . , . . , . , , , 'T' . , , y QM et 1' I 9 Q , i' A A . , . . y , . , . . , . , . . 1 ' , . .fi fo ' ' '- 5 . JW- .. N-' l . . , . . . ', ' I ' , 1 ' , . . . ., : . y , palher Laurence J McGowan B S Brother Melnrnd C FX B A Father Franrls J Mellcan B A lhemmtry Chemlstrx Club General Srlence Mathenmtlcv Engllsh Usher Soerely Scientific Soczety J V Football Father John J Mulroy M A Chmrman of English Department Public Speaking Father W .xlter J Murr.n B A borml Studies Truth and Field Father James E Murphy 0 S F S B A Relzgzon l'ather John J Murray 0 S C Relzgzon 1 1 i Brother Norman C F X B A Mathematics IV Baseball lumther Thomn L 0 Keele B A Health hllllCllll0fl Irarh and Iweld 40 Brother Padruc L F X B A Mathenzatlcs W1 lfdther Danlel -K Peake MA English .l V Basketball 192 Brother Philip lNeri C.F.X. MS. Father Paul E. Rampe O.S.C. B.A. Mr, John L. Reilly MA. Chairman 0 Mathematics Department Religion Shepherd Music Electronics 17 Father Francls K Scheets 0 S C B A Father Joseph Smerke 0 S C M A Mr T Joseph Sulllvan B S S Socu1lStud1es Debatzng Cheerleaders Rellgton Physzcal Education Varsuy Football Varslty Track Brother Thomas Patrick C F X M A Spanish Reltgton Spamsh Club Mr Rlchardl Werder BSS Physical Education Varsity Football VGTSIIQ Baseball Mr Joseph S Torpe B B A Englzsh 18 Mr Ignatius I Volpe BS Chazrman of Ph, .ucal Education Department Varslty Basketball Mrs Anna Carmecl General Offzce Secretary ,J M15 Diana Clrlllo General Office Secretary Mrs Mae G bmlth Mrs Allce C Sprague Receptzomst Secretary to the Prmczpal School Sta f Mr John J Canhy Chzef Engineer i Miss Irene S Kost Scholastzc Secretary Mrs Josephine A Rettenmeyer Dzetwuzn Mr Harold McDonald Miss Josephine S Pagano Superintendent Bursar 19 if 5 As . X als 1 . 4 lv' 7 F .5 6 -Q, y N5 I V K fi X - . 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Stepinac's lack of coeducational facilities was no hindrance to Benny's association with the distaff members of the human race. The Naval Reserve has been an in- teresting prelude to service in the Navy, whifsi should further his knowledge of the wor . KEITH GERALD AMERMAN Scarsdalc, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Biology Club 2, Class Officer 2, Dance Committee 2, German Club 1, 2, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Scientific Society 2, Track 1, Varsiry 2, 3, 4. Keit.h's ability to navigate the banked curves of the indoor track has assisted him when in close proxmity to women drivers. The Air Force should be able to use his ability as a ham operator to the mutual benefit of both the service and Keith. LAWRENCE JOHN ADAMS White Plains, New York St. Anthony Basketball 1, I.V. 2, Class 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, Track l, j.V. 2. Larry found work, the companionship of his girl-friend and the thrill of bowling more satisfying than varsity basketball. The Navy will find him a talented athlete and student. MANUEL JOHN ALOS White Plairu, New York St. Bernard Sodality 2, Spanish Club 1. 2, 3, 4. Sam's penchant for imitating teachers drew no applause from Bro. Ligouri, who was not impressed by his formidable reputation. This ardent student of Spanish hopes that there will be room on the Fordham cam- pus for his "Big M." Impromptu meeting of the B.S.W. Mi JOSEPH J Yonkers, New York M o.rt Business Club 3, 4, Mission Crusade l. Business Club meetings proved trying for joe, who could hardly see the typewriter keys amidst the smoke laid down by Bro. Douglas' cigars. as a fit test for the religious knowledge and principles gained enjoyed so much. 22 OHN ANDEREK Holy Trinity Amiy duty should serve in the religion classes he JOHN JOSEPH BALCO White Plains, New York St. Bernard Shepherd 4, Business Club 1, 2, 3, Cheer- leader 4, Dance Railroad Club 1, After three years out in a rash of voting himself to a cheerleader and an active member of the Business Club. A dislike of study not un- common to him and his classmates will have to be remedied before entrance into Ford- ham and the Navy. Committee 3, 4, Model Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. of lethargy, "I.B." broke amivity as a senior, de- feverish participation as RICHARD ALFRED BARZ Port Chester, New York Sacred Heart of Jem: Business Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Cru- sader 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3. 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Swing Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4. The void that will exist in the school musi- cal organizations upon Dick's departure grows larger and larger in Fr. McGann's eyes. Generally considered the finest all around musician Stepinac has boasted, Dick hopes to develop his talent further at Pots- damd State Teachers and in the Air Force Ban . 1' DOMINIC JOSEPH BERNARDI Scarsdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Altar Boys 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemis- try Club 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, German Club 1, 2, 3, K,B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Scientific Society 2, Track l. Don's many musical contributions to Stepi- nac were climaxed by his portrayal of Von Asterberg in '4Student Prince." Undecided between the priesthood and a career in chemistry, Don will, in all likelihood, find his life's direction after a stay at St. Jerome's Seminary. 'Do you mean to say that the bus driver got lost? JAMES EDMUND BORZA Mount Veman, New York Sr. Peter and Paul Chemistry Club 4, German Club 2, K.B.S. 3, 4, Mission Crusade 1. I. B.'s friendly, guizzical smile was fre- quently erased by eep thought and medita- tion. Essentially more serious than appear- ances would indicate, jim is quietly plan- ning a career in advanced electronics. VINCENT PETER BOCCIA Yonkers, New York Annunciation Chess Club 3, Physics Club 53, Scientific Society 3. Liberal Arts, meaning English, P.A.D. History, did not endear themselves to this vocationally-minded Senior. He hopes that the Air Force will continue his education in all other respects except these. THEODORE ALEXANDER BOGDANSKI Port Chester, New Yvrk Sacred Heart of Jesu.: Altar Boys 1, Architectural Club 4, Dra- matics 3, K.B.S. l, 2, 3, 4. Imperturbable "Bogie" found "The Student Prince" a delightful interlude between jug and English. The Navy has already taken a four year option on his services after graduation. but D SALVATORE FREDRICK BONGIORNO Mount Vemon, New York St. Ursula gltgr foys 4, Chemistry Club 4, K.B.S. 1, This, auid enthusiast of ornithology was al- ways highly disturbed by those who upset the orderly process of education at Stepinac. Sal's quiet industry will find the difficult science course at Fordham both challenging and rewarding, PETER FREDERICK BOURLIER Scarsdalc, New York St. Pius X Shepherd 2. 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Altar Boys l, 2, 3, 4, Aquinas Society 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Class Officer l, 2, 3, Dramatics l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2 3 4' K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Phoenix l, 2, Public Speaking 2, 3. Pete, a scholarship student, was known and liked by both the faculty and the students. His excellz-nt speaking ability has heen often in demand, because of his easiness upon the stage. As the VVizard, in the "VVizard of Oz," Pete climaxed four Years of hard work with the Dramatics Society. This year he took over the reins of the Shepherd as editor, and put his literary talent to good USC. -n i , DENNIS JOSEPH BRADLEY Larchmont, New York St. Augustine Chemistry Club 4, Class Officer 2, 33 Dance Committee 2, Glee Club 4, Foot- ball LY. 2, Varsity 3. Dennis' generous, boisterous character fitted the role of Stepinac's "Elvis" perfectly, though in some instances it did not endear him to certain teachers. Somehow, some- where, sometime, Dennis will find himself, and then the world had better look out. II.nkLtl'mll ln!r.imur.il I, 2. Clue, .L 4' Chi-inistry Ciluh 4. CQrrm.m Cluh 25 I'Q.II.S. ' ri. jx' W 3, 45 Tm ' "IJ1.nnontl jim." 5ln'p1n.uL'x .icIxoc.itt- of thv Lum' Sur Sum-R 5ou'rQ-ignity, hfrpt-5 that his .ixvrsiori tn 'Ing uill not pn-xvnt him trnm gnirig tn pri'-:mil xg-Iwul. Nu inaittvr ulivn- hi may hr- lm-.nt-wl. his Irnnnlly xmil-f .intl uit will vm trivncls fur him .mil hu s!.i!0. Y?-,L Rl wrrrfncfinri ,, JAMES PATRICK BRADY Ilyv, XL u' York fav' ., Q V , , , -4 -" sf, Q Ni PATRICK FRANCIS BRENNAN Ymikrrs, X1 u' York Annxrndzrlirnrx Bowling 25 Iluhitim.: Sucivty 3. -lg K.B.S. 3, Spf-liking 2, 33, 4g hnclnlity 2, 3, Student ffuiinuil QI, 4, May Day, 1956, impirml I'.it to imitnh' Fr, Claishy in his frank and forthright pre'- ut arrious n.itinn.il and moral llmurgvtmxri will ht- thi- nvxt port- thi4 sm-rinus Llc-Imtm-r who hopes Mx., ii Q- -Ig Pullliu Pri-fvct 45 sm-nmtiun prnhln-nu, UI-null Iur to hvcomc an Air Force Illfl'lIILlL'Dk'L' Officvr. EDWQARIJ BERNARD BROWN !'unk4'r.s, New York Str Mary Aquinas Sucivty 2, 3, 4g Chrinistrj-' Cluh 45 Scientific bvcivty 2, -3. I-fLl's quick and pnrcvptixc mind hz-lpml him tu rv.-Lnmilu thv ps-rplvxitici of electronics with the mm-thutlic.il npprnach uf physlu, KI,nih.itt.in nr Nntrv Ilnntf will slain an fim- 1-mginufrinil sturlvnt uhm: hripz-5 to find surm- timn- tn pxiint. FRANCIS BERNARD BROWN Tlmrnwoorl, Nvu: York Holy Rosary Upnn urrixnl ut Stn-pin.ic in sn-niur yi-nr, Frzmk quickly In-L.nm' om- nf thv uI.l'LIIUll nI Lint Souls" in Ilrnthrr Bcriigriiis' Frvnch Class. His caiunil xiltituclv and Sm-xliiiigly slim-py vxprussinn gmc mx indication of his rn-al iimthcrimticdl aihilitirs. N., WI never make a mistake in change!" NICHOLAS ,IOSEPII lIACt1l0I.A CIIARLES .IUSRPII ffAI,AI.I'CA 1'mk,,lwp, X1-ry York Cmfmi-mi-IlurI.xon, N115 Ymk Assumption lluly Nrnm' of MIIYU ROBERT QIHARLI-:S Iliiskrtlwjglli Intrinnuriil l, 25 Ihmlilig 1, 2, Ejlilillliiztri'-llsilifi 1,-:IiNirrxrgrrulfffiiiumillrv S35 . . . . . 1 . aux Lv - . ' - -- . - - ll hm' Plfnm' xlu lurk Sink Inuml it h.ircl to mlixnru- himwlf frnm Kflmrlm fnuml that hrnm-unrk in Iiixtnry, ai H019 xnmf' 'lf -IVWS tht' 1,-wil, q.mml tlnws typiuil nf 'liuckalhmn lvuring suhjn-nt, lm-It litlln- timv Inr his hohhy I5.ixIu'lh.ill Intr.imur.il 1,15 Kllimnistry Clulr Sfmt cull:-gm uill not Imtl his huhhy uf n-f pImtrvgr.ipIn'. II4' hnpn-S that tropical 4, DMM, qjummmu. 2' gg '1 ,Mk 1, j, Y. ' f gourm.innlinnu ai x.iln.ihhf mwt, thnuizh tha' hxh .mtl nliysns will In- cmnpdtrlrlz- inh- Vllrsity 13, -1. Nmy umultl uw him in tht-ir kitchrns. jvttx uf r:w.irr.h .il thx- ulllvlll' uf INS Chill'-'l' Buhk um.mnn1ly nm ruclmly mlistlirhm-nl In gurpylw grjgrmmmtry tuls, .mil um xt r-cl hy the- puiufnil .ilivumplurf uf ul llulihiilxhiliuru .urta thi only r.l.isx ulmh uhsrrxnnl Irwin llu re.ur wt thi rmlin. llxx inhrul in tux xhmil-l mwulh Ihr' imlh .it Curmlll .mil in thu- Air Iwlrlr. 5' . fg i A 1 .T ' N A t - , ' qv K " 24 A ALFRED PAUL CALEY Elmsford, New York Our Lady of Mount Carmel K.B.S. 45 Spanish Club 2. Alfred, as he is familiarly known to his enemies, eagerly awaits graduation day as he will be able to devote full time to his hobbies of hunting and girls. The French Foreign Legion may get a very interesting recruit if the draft does not hook him first. 'N . LOIQIS JOSEPH CARLINI Yonkers, New York St. Barnabas Biology Club 25 Business Club 35 McClos- key Volunteers 15 Mission Cmsade 15 Rifle Club 35 Scientific Society 2. Little Lou and his hopped-up Chevy were syrionomous and he hopes to parlay this association into the profession of repairing and selling cars. AUGIQSTINE FRANCIS CAMPANA Yonkers, New York St. Bartholomew Business Club 3, 45 Class Officer 15 Scien- tific Society 15 Spanish Club 2. "Augie," though small in size, made many contributions to Stepinac in the form of automobile designs left in every classroom. He hopes to squeeze into Manhattan College in some capacity. 'Q ROBERT J IQLIIQS CAVALLO 45' 'Will they make it?" CLAUDE ROBERT CECCON White Plains, Ncu: York Sl, john the Ecangclist Shepherd 3, 45 Aquinas Society' 25 Biology Club 25 Crusader 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 35 Physics Club 35 Scientific Society 2, 3, 45 Swing Band 2. Restless Claude can be found during most of working hours either in the Chemistry or Physics labs or tinkering in the dark room. The Science Department will lose a student who has gained many honors and who should continue to do so at the college of his choice. l WILLIAM NICHOLAS CELESTINO Tuckahoc, New York Our Lady of the Assumption Altar Boys 45 Italian Club 2 The daily privilege of serving Mass in tht chapel left a deep impression on Bill's uiet reflective character. He hopes t discover a religious vocation at St. Charles Seminary on Staten Island. Yonkers, New York St. John the Baptist Senior President5 Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Class President 45 Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 45 Mission Crusade 1, 25 Spanish Club 25 Senior Senate 45 Football J.V. 25 Track j.V. 2. Beneath the harsh, metallic exterior of the "Tin Man" one would never recognize the very well liked Senior President. His true humility and consideration of all, coupled with his sincere desire for intellectual achievement, qualify him as a most prom- ising applicant for the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown. 3 JAMES WILLIAM CHAPMAN Scarsdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Basketball 1, LV, 25 Varsity 3, 45 Class Officer 15 Junior Prom Committee5 K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Track 1. jim may not have been seen in all gather- ings but he certainly was always heard. Studies ran second to sports, which, on many days, were the only reason for his coming to school. 25 DANIEL RODERICK CHISHOLM Mount Vernon, New York St. Ursula Altar Boys 1, Basketball Class 3, Swimming 4, Track 1, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4. Devotion to practice resulted in Dan's emer- gence as the top high-jumper on the varsity track team. He was completely confused by communication arts while enjoying the supposedly difficult subjects of chemistry and physics. Manhattan should receive an experienced track man and a diligent student. FREDERICK GERHART CHRISTIANSEN Scarrdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Crusade 1, Track Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, j.V. 2, Varsity 2, 3, 4. Fred found that weekend homework, es- pecially in Electronics, interferred with his efforts to improve as a cross country man. In college he hopes to retain the form which paced him on the all-county cross- country team in junior year. ALFRED DENNIS CIANO Yonkers, New York Our Lady of the Rosary Chemistry Club 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Dramatic: 4, Ger- man Club 2, 3, Physics Club 3, Bowling Club 2. Girls have not interested Al as much as the mechanics of automotive design. His quiet interest in all phases of mechanics should eventuate in future success in this field. 'What happened to Bugs Bunny?" RALPH ANTHONY CIPRIANI Yonkers, New York St. Bartholomew Baseball Varsig' 4, Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Varsity , 4, Honor Roll I, Italian Club 2, K.B.S. 3, 4, Track 1, LV. 3. "Cie" emerged as a fine defensive half- bac in his Senior Year. His nigged deter- mination was stymied by trig, but rewarded in Latin. Undecided about college he seems to prefer the Navy to other branches of the service. EDWARD ANTHONY CICCONE RAYMOND JAMES CISNEROS Scarsdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Al B 3, 4, B d 2, 3, 4, Basketball mr oys 4 Biaiginess Club 3 4 Glee Tuckahoe, New 'York Immaculate Conception K.B.S. 2, Football I.V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Track I, Varsity 2, 3, 4. Chick, the gluietest and most respected member of e varsity football team in Senior year, can boast of being the only player in Stepinac history to have played every minute of every game for two years. His prowess as a shotputter, football player, and Christian gentlemen will make him an asset to any college which he decides to attend. 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3. 4, Swimming 4. "The Cisco Kid," rominent for his school spirit and membersgip in the Student Coun- cil for two years, represents what is com- monly called the ideal Stepinac man. -Ser- ious of tempermfnl. RRY Wm IIVYIY5 df' vote his best efforts to every subgect and activity in which he PBFUCIPUW5- FRANCIS PETER CLARKE Our Lady of Mercy Port Charter, New York Baseball LV. l, 2, Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Football j.V. 2. Strange as it seems Fr. Mulroy's classes were the main lure which drew Frank from Port Chester every moming, and helped, temporarily, to cool his craze for cars, sports, and girls. 26 -3 NEAL CRANE CLEARY Yonkers, New York St. Barnabas Basketball Intramural 1, 25 Scientific So- ciety 1. Neal's main ambition,1n life is to pass all his college subjects as successfully as he did his American History Regents. 'Die Air Force will be pleasant change from the monastic silence of his daily eighth period jug. 7 5 fill' . a f 1 ,4- ij ROBERT FRANCIS COLLIER Bronxcille, New York St. Eugene Basketball Intramural 1, 25 Biology Club 25 Business Club 45 Cheerleader 45 Class Officer l, 25 Dance Committee 45 Glee Club 45 Mission Crusade 3, 45 Scientific Society 1, Bob, Bronxville's personality gift to Stepia nac, helped to soften the disappointing foot- ball rtcord by many kind words of conso- lation and cheer. His school spirit was am- ply manifested hy his voluminous demon- strations as a cheerleader and the gems of wisdom he contributed to the Senior SAVERIO PAIQL CONFORTI New Rochelle, New York St. Joseph Altar Boys 1, 2, 45 German Club 25 Ii.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Prefect 2, 3. "Tiny" found relaxation in diminutive model planes and hopes to find oppor- tunity in the Nasy to develop his talent for math. classes. VICTOR LAWRENCE CONSACA Ossining, New York St. Ann Art Club 2, 35 Biology Club 25 Bowling Club 25 Rifle Club 35 Scientific Society 2. Appreciative of the finer things in life excluding Spanish, Vic intends to perfect his painting technique at some art school. His reflc-dive nature should enable him to quickly perceive the artistic worth of his future enviroment, wherever that may be. 1? PALL JOSEPH COLGHLIN Tuckahoe, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Shepherd 3, Associate Editor 45 Altar Boys I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Intramural I, 25 Chemistry Club 45 Class Officer 15 Dance Committee 45 Dralnatics 2, 35 Clue Club 45 K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Mission Cnisade 25 Spanish Club 2, L35 Usher Society 2, 3, 4. "P. jfs" witty remarks were sometimes refreshing and at other times embarassing. His savoir-faire with girls is legendary ac- cording to him. VVith so many girls' col- leges around-Washington, Paul should find life enjoyable at Georgetown. LOLIS CONLEY COX Larchmont, New York St. Augustine Baseball Varsity 45 Basketball Class 45 Dramatics 45 K.B.S. 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Track J.V. 2. "Bud" quickly recovered from the initial shock of transferring from Fairfield to Stepi- nac and became one of the most spirited participants in school activities, athletic, social and religious. He looks forward to expanded fields at Holy Cross. 'Now when I was at the Cross . . ." PETER JAMES CRAMER Yonkers, New York St. Mary Basketball Intramural 25 Biology Club 25 Business Club 3, 45 Cardinal McCloskey Volunteers 15 Class Officer I5 Spanish Club 35 Track 1. Spanish gave visions to Pete of sailing over the seaways traversed by Columbus and other conquistadores and removed all un- pleasant thoughts of confinement in the hall of jug. , f EL fs-5442522 . ,M .E , -sf 'fi ,J f' 1 'if' '1 Sb WILLIAM ALYIN CRONELL WILLIAM FRANCIS CRONIN WJLLIAM JOHN CRANE Scarsdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Altar Boys lg K.B.S. 3, 4. Bill's natural aversion to work and study was dissipated by s arltling English classes. Bill hopes to cross the international dividing line to study at St. jerome's College in Canada. 3' Wax. 35 DA Qqv JOSEPH WILLIAM CULLEN Ossining, New York St. Augustine Bowling Team 1, 2g K.B.S. 1, 2, 3. joe's great promise as a bowler in his first two years at Stepinac was never to be realized as a stamp collection monopolized his time for the next two years. Ha.x1ings-on-Hudson, New York St. Stanislaus K.B.S. I, 2, 3, 4. Nothng pleased implacable Bill quite as much as the '55 football victory ox er Ilayes. Cravely irritated by interruptions of his quiet meditations, Bill may well be steelulg himself to face his first high school class, as he plans to major in education in college. 46? 1 Larchmont, New York St. Augustine Basketball Class 3, 4g Intramural I, 29 K.B.S. 2, 3, 4, Swimming Varsity 2, 3, 45 Track I, LV. 2. Every morning in the parking lot, "W'ee NVilly's" blue Ford became the local opium den for all the Larchmont mob. Bill hopes that lus contribution to the swimming team will balance out h s somewhat unimpressive marks, for Notre Ilame has always been his fondest dream. 'i -fi f-Z1 1,13 5- 2,511 K ig .tal so bi 'T' fb-f QL JOHN JOSEPH CLLLEN "Discourager of the Slouchersf' DONALD JOSEPH IJAKIN Great Barrington, Ilfaxmchusetts St. Peter Business Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, -1. Elvis Presley found "Duke" his most recep- tive admirer at Slepinac. though opinion nt home XYRIS completely adverse. A Liberal Arts education should round out the busi- ness training he received at Stepinac. lYhite Pluim, New York St. Bernard Biology Club 2g Business Club fl. 4, Car- dinal Mc.-Closltey Volunteers lg K.B.S. 3, 4, Spanish Club 53. jules Verne would hase found casual Iohn an appropriate subject for a new spettatle talled "Twenty ,lugs in a Month". I P' 5...- iv 'iN PAFQIIALE BENJAMIN DeBENEIJICTI5 Peckskill, Nru' York Our Lady of the Assunmtion Baseball Varsity 4, IN. 1.2, Class Officer I. 41 K.B.S, 'L -1, Spanish Club 2, 'L 4, Pat uould find it hard to choose between his j.V. no-hit game ziqainxt New Rochelle and the sparkling Irish uit of Fr. john Murphfx NYorld llixtory tlasses, as his most pleasing experienu- at Stn-pinac. The priesthood looms large in l'at's postegfratluxl- tion plans. JVM' '?Qv Q A rx, 'I N WILLIAM CARMEN DeBL.-KSIO Mount Vernon, New York Ss. Peter and Paul Baseball I.V. 2g Basketball Class 1, 2, 3. 45 Class Officer lg Crusader 4, Football IX. 25 French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 45 K.B.S, l, 2, 3, 4. Skip's endearing fualitics of size and pixie humor found quick response among all the students but only some of the faculty. His effervescent nature could never quite hide his sharp mind and desire to pursue an engineering course at one of our better colleges. 'i lg JOSEPH ANTHONY DeCORDOBA Bronx, New York St. Gabriel Bowling Club 2, 4. Big Ioe's only regret upon graduation. and consequent retum to the YV:-st Coast to study photography. will be the cessation of his weekly trips to Greenwich Village in search of modern jazz records and other oddities. Steoinac succeeded, after four years, in teaching him how to dress and this was no mean accomplishment. "Just a reminderf' -:Ll DENNIS PAUL DELORIER Valhalla, New York Holy Name of Jesus Basketball 1, LV. 2, Varsity 3, Class 4g Bowling Club 44 Dance Committee 23 Dramatics 45 K.B.S. 3, 4g Track 2. Denny will always remain a fond admirer of Brother Benignus, even though his answers were not appreciated. In his pursuit of journalism. he hopes to attend a college where jackets and ties will not be "de rigeur". RICHARD WILLIAM DEMPSEY Rye, New York Resurrection Dick. the quietest member of the infamous class of 3-G, enjoyed every minute of the varied activities which took place there. However, he paid the penalty along with the rest, and jug will remain his pet high- school peeve. ANTHONY NICHOLAS DELFICO Purchase, New York St. Gregory Basketball Class l, 2g Gen-nan Club 25 Swimming Team 1. This quiet farmer from Purchase would easily fit into the Navy's group of ufrog- men for swimming and mechanical plans were his great preoccupation while at Stepinac. SALVATORE ROBERT Del.-KNNI Yonkers, New York St. Mary K.B.S. Ig Track 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4. This likeable and reliable member of the track team was always running from teachers who insisted on changing his hairdo, and from doa-catchers who wanted to remove many of his pets. His interest and love of animals will fit him for a career as a veterinarian or in allied sciences. "V 'Q S ' s ROBERT COLEMAN DEVINE Bronx, New York St. Nicholas of Tolentinc Basketball Class 2g Chemistry Club 4. Not even a strong aversion to plane geometry could quell the pride Bob had in Stepinac. A transfer student, Bob should do well in the future at Fordham. all fr ar' it '5 AF! a' 4 4 1 .5 f'rs THOMAS JOHN DEVINO Yonkers, New York St. Barnabas Class Officer 15 K.B,S. 2, 3, 4. Tom's first glimpse of Stepinac remained his most impressive thrill until he joined the three-ring circus known as the Home Hoom of 3-G. He ho that his fixture associations will be witlilwjet planes, either as a pilot or mechanic. ,vt agp: E JOHN FRANCIS DONOYAN Scursdulc. Nru' York Immaculate Heart of Mary Business Club 2. 534 Scientific Society l. A hot Ford iinzl john Frantis were synony- mous on the Stepxnac parking lot raceway. Iona should be able to find at place for his 1-.ir on the t-.iinpus next pi-.ir. 30 FRANCIS EDWARD DONAHYE XVhite Plains, New York Our Lady of Sorrows Basketball lntmmural l, 25 Bowling Club 45 Class Officer 45 Football j.V. 1, 1.5 Varsity 3, 4. Frank's ability to manuever cranes and trucks has started him on the road to service in the Army Engineers and eventual employment in the construction industry. Y Q .., .. 555, S' K , 1 K , Y .35 JAMES RONALD DEY VVhitc Plains, New York St. Bernard Bowling Club 13, 4, Camera Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 45 Stage Crew 4. Iim's dislike of English never interfered with his determination to obtain good marks. The sciences appealed more to this hard- working Senior and he hopes that college and the Army will give him an opportunity to develop his knowledge of them. KENNETH JOHN DOLPH Rye. Nru' York R1 sfurrf ciion Business Club 3. 4, K.B,S. 1. 2. 3, 45 Spanish Club 2. Little John was synipathetic to the complex- ities of English even though his lose for the subject nn-ver induced him to Loinplete his homework. Service in the Army and physics un- his only tvuo definite objectives. The most constructive period of the day. PETER MICHAEL DOW'LINC Tuckahoe, New York Immaculate Hear! of Mary Altar Boys l, 2. 4, Basketball Class l, 25 Business Club 45 Dance Committee Il, 45 K,B.S. 45 Prefett l. 25 Scientific Society lg Spanish Club l. 2. Pete was easily acclaimed the outstanding member of the Sciirsdzile hot-rods as his maroon umm-rtible is known to every Folia-nun on the Post Road and every aculty nn-niber at Stl-pinac, St. Bonaventure should find hun residing on its campus in the Fall, though Math, in any form will not he included in his curriculum. OI' 1, YINCENT DOMINICK DRAGANI Scursllulc, 5vl'lL' York Irnrnuculule Heart of Mary Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Crusader 535 Dance Coniinittec 53. VVhert-ver conxm-rs.itions on the perplexities of trig or on the female side of the huinun equation took place, Yin was a central participant. Ability in science courses in school dictates .i science schedule in college, possibly at Fordham. -v -If JAMES JOSEPH DWYER Wlhitc Plains, New York St. Bemard Chemistry Club 45 Student Council 3, 4. jim's constant companion at his student council post was his Physics Book, used both as a source of knowledge and a weapon. Fr. McGowan's broad approach to Chemistry was thoroughly appreciated by Iim while the even broader delineation of communication arts, only left him confused. 2? 3. . il CHQ 64 if pg,- vw THOMAS AQLTINAS DWYER Scarsdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Basketball lg Class 3. 45 Class Officer 1, 2, 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Dramatics 35 Football I.V. 1. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, K.B.S. 2, -ig Senior Senate 4, Sodality 25 Tennis LV. 2, Varsity 3, Usher Society 3, 4. The term "all around", though much over- worked, is alone sufficient to describe this fine athlete who earned the respect of all his fellow teammates, students and teachers. RICHARD GEORGE EGAN Larchmont, New York St. Augustine Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Varsity 4, Class Officer 1. 2, 4, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Co-Chairman, Senior Prom Committee, Spanish Club 2, 3, Swimming Varsity 2, 3, Tennis 1, I.V. 2, Varsity 4. Dick's emergence as a basketball player in Senior year forced Mr. Volpe to re et that he had not devoted more time to ge sport in the past, His switch from the swimming team left an unfillable void. This good- natured Senior will find friends at Holy Cross, as he has at Stepinac. Student Manager yes, but this is going too far." JOHN HENRY FALLMANN Port Chester, New York Our Lady of Mercy Chemistry Club 4, German Club 2, 3, K.B.S. 4, Iac-k's only fear in life is that boot training with the Marines will be tougher than passing German ll. K I 'K 'Iv ,xr img-,' 1 VINCENT GEORGE FARINELLA Valhalla, New York Holy Name of jesus Gennan Club 2, Track Cross Country 1. Vinny should find life enjoyable in the Navy as he will trade in ri suit jacket for a pea-jacket. He is undecided whether to be a professional hunter of game or used cars. gy its fr ' . 'J' ff.: JAMES GREGORY FAGAN Yonkers, New York St. Barnabas Basketball Intramural 1, 2, German Club 1, 2, 3, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1. Greg, a charter member of the infamous 3-G chain-gang. could never appreciate Father Sullivan's refusal to let them wear their class sweaters. I QL i z""Lie' 'fb L .ag 'Q ROBERT GEORGE FETCHKO Yonkers, New York St. Bartholomew Bowling 4, Business Club 2,3. Typing and a successful passing of the English and American History Regents ro- vides some basis for a hopeful college career. 31 JOHN El GENE I-'IERRO Ymlkzms, Nur York Sf. Drnix Chemistry Club 4g Tmnk 4, T1-nnii Varsity 2, 3, -1. Incl: will x1lw.1yx unmlv his f.11luru in 1, W" TN"- unu-tn with I-fithm-r Miilnnyl Sn-niwr English ig Ll.15s .is the tum me-111s in his lifv whinh had hi bu sxl14r1n'11u'v.l tu be u1n1pl1-tvly 11ndf-rstoud. IIiS 1-.iuvr Mlrmpts tu I'1.1xe- tz'.1Lh4'1'S dn his hr1111v1u1rk by answc1'1112 hu qln-st1n11s vwrz- 11511.1lly xhf1rtp11'L111teLl. muah hi his disn1.1y. Anv uillvgzn- with .1 gfmd -' 4 If-nnu tn-.1111 will wvlumiliv this carvfn-4-, yr! wrium atudent. 14. X ..,v . l L "First day, young man." BARTLEY JOSEPH FLEMING Eastchvstvr, Nvu' York Inmmculatv Cuncryztion Altar Buys I, -45 Cr11s.1dm-1' 3, -1, Frv11nI'1 Club 2, II, -1, Public Spa-a1k111g lg Sum-l1t1f1L' Society l. BM! found I"n-nch hard tu 1111d1-rst.111d sincv an munh span- il1tcrv1-114-d bvtwi-1111 Iir. BL-- 11ip.!n115 and thc back nf the- ruuni. Fr. I'r1-- L0u11's dlvvrsxfivd class sm-v111'e tu bm- B.1rt's definih- choiu- of 11 111u111or11l1lc cxpcrlriwc at Su-pi11.1r. MAIRICE STEPHEN FLOOD Lurchmont, Nvw York St. Anllmny Sghuol I'rm-xidvnlz H1151-bull I.Y, l. 2, Ynrsity -J, 4, Iinskc-lI1.1ll I, 2, Ynrxity 13, 4, Claw Offiu-r -lg C11-CI1.11rn1.1n junior Pming S1-11111r Pmyn C111111111!tu-5 Ilminr Hull lg Ix,H.S. I. 2, 43. 4, Sp.1n1sh Club 2, il, S1-nmr S1-nuts 4, Sodnlity 2, 3, -1. 5I.u1ry's gn-.1h-at xirlm- 11.15 rn-l1.1b1l1tv uh:-thvr on thi- b.1skv!b.1ll uvurt. .15 Mhmml prusidvxmt, or stud:-nt. His fondvn .unbi- t1un 15 to son 1- an .1 1111:s1o11.1ry i11 thu Soulh. fy 1 "' 1 R' - W Q Jr . , L A TIMOTHY BUCKLEY FISHER U'hit1' Plains, Xvu: York St, john flu' 1im'ang1Ii,xf Shu-pI1n-ral 3, -lg B.1skvtl1.1ll I11tr.1n111r.1l I, 2, Cr11s.1dcr 2. J. -I: Che-1111-try Club 41 Chow Club 1. Cl.1n Uffum-1' 1, Ifuutlhill Y.11w1ty 3, Frm-nch Club 2. 3. Ilmmur Null 1. 2. K.B.S. I, 2, -3. 43 Phynu Club -4, 'lkmgk I, 2, Ynraity fl, LSI11-1' Suuefly 2. 1, 4. T1n1'x prupi-11s1ty for uriling was nut nurbe-cl by his pr11Lh.1nt to bc- lnlmuirv. Iln Lan-f11I .1tt1tudm- lml him to .1 h.1ppy 1-x1-tvnu' i11 u11nn1u11iL.1!i4111 .irtg 111111 1111 thv Snhoolk , i1ubliL.1tim111s. Nntn- Dum- ur St. Y1nu'11t': will In suing. 1111111 nf this 111111 JOHN FRANCIS I"I,.-KN.-UL,-KN II'l1it0 Plains, XML' York M. Iizwimrrl Shi-phvrd 41 H.1skctI1.1ll Intr.111111r.1l I, 2, 3, Che-mixtry Club -4, Fm1tb.1ll j.Y. lg Y.1r51Ky 3 -I Frm-11ch Club -ig Honor Hull lg junior Prom Cmiiiiiittm-3 K,B.S. 3, -1, 'l'r.11k l. Varsity 2. 43, -I. Is1h11'i 5n111c1th .1pp1's1.1Lh to lifi- 11.15 pulislu-d in Brutlu-r 1541111151115 Frm-nah LIMS uf "fine 111-11!lm'111v11". D1-Npitv bix jou1l.1r rm-- 111z11'kw in ri-111111111 class. hm- is ri-.illy .1 svriuns- 1111ndm-d 114-rmii, .ix 1-xiclviirml by his finn- rccurd bnth 111 thi- 4l.1sxn1o111 .111d on tht fuutball In-ld. FRANCIS 1'Al l, FITZPATRIIIK Jlimmmnuk. Nc u. York Holy Trinity F-,iitlmll IX. 2. Xnrxity J, FIU, uhm umlil b.11'1lly be- bill!-Ll .111 .11'd1'11t luxrr uf Fri-11Ll1. hwpw !h.1t hi- will m-11-1' h.1x1- ni diNpl.11 hix Liiiixxlmlgi- bf 1t nhill- 111 thv N.1u. H11 1x11rr1 .lb-iut hdiruxts will be- 4'11cle'cl .nite-r i1r.14l11.1t1r111. fur lhl- N.1xx h.1s iiniplv 111111 n'.14l1ly' .11.11I.1blv- f.1L1 this cl1N!.nh'f11l 11r.1nt1a1. 9- fl 1 l1!11-I fm 52M . ' 'mg . X I I 5 ,4 - - lkwlfafiz' '55- J S" A'-1' ' 3 "ff ,if " ,. . I ' . 73'-.. "If: PETER JAMES FORTE YI'h1h' Plaim, Xvu' Ymk St, Anthony .-XrLh1lmt11r.1l Club -I, Dr.1111.1i145 4, K.B.S, 1, 53, 4. P1-In-X ,111'n11111 111 I-Imzlish xx.1s wiin-v1h.1t suih-m-ml bi his 1-n1u5111v11t of tl1.1t bigbly 1-lm.1t111g .11t1x1t1, IDr.1111.1t11s. TI11- A11 Furu- ROBERT GODFREY FOX Yonkers, New York St. John the Baptist Aquinas Society 2, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club -3g Spanish Club 2. Bob's quickest and most earnest confession was made when his car blew a tire on one of his daily trips to Stepinac from lonkers. His quiet patience has resulted in many satisfying pictures developed in his spare time. l "Iv -, ,gh-Q4 :'5.-ffffrf 1155216 1 rr' x.. f-f Nj- - ....,.:::r:4r:: .'!- .' ' -'Hi-Jf"'l1.C .,.7.'r. ,S JOHN HENRY GALLOWAY Scarsdale, New York Our Lady of Fatima Shepherd 4, Aquinas Society 3, Chemistry Club 45 Honor Roll lg junior Prom Commit- tee, K.B.S. 3, 4, Math Club 4g Physics Club 3, Scientific Society -4. Iohn, a quiet member of 4B, was devoted to a study of the natural sciences and was awarded top honors in the Aquinas Society. Comell will be sobered by the mellowing W'ILI.,IAM FRANCIS GAYIN North Tarrytown, New York St, Teresa Chemistry Club 45 German Club 2, Physics Club 3, Scientific Society 3, 4. Bill absorbed all of the silence and solitude of the Sleepy Hollow country and nexer uncovered to anyone even his most super- ficial thoughts. College should do much to open his shell of gentleness and to bring his intellectual potential to light. Gi G? 4. 5. ff .h , r Jiri, f ,W-. . , .f, ',..' N J 4 Y ' , - , , -'Ly . .' lf-Z,-,tv ,fn . m s- I9 ,H JOHN SANTO GERARDI Yonkers, New York St. John the Baptist Class Officer 1. 2. -35 German Club 1, 2, Mission Crusade 1, 2, 3, 44 Track 1, Varsity 3. , influence of this fine physics student. 4"""" 1 4 X Q, 5 I E 1 I X I r -Q I . ,' l :J - L .. AF! '15 1, 3 A 'i u if JOHN ANTHONY GRAAP Tarrytown, New York Transfiguration Aquinas Society 2, Basketball, Intramural lg Gemian Club 2, 3, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Prefect 2. Iack's quiet nature led many to overlook his outstanding scholarship which found a challenging outlet in chemistry and German. He hopes to major in naval engineering or architecture. Lack of manners and charm among his Y fellow classmates at Stepinac sincerely dis- appointed Iohn. This minor distraction did not impair his school politcal career as the "hoi-poloi" were won by his Winsome smile. ITT 'I want plays 6, 5 and 31 in that order." ROBERT HENRY CRATTEPANCHE Ylfhilc Plains, New York St. Anthony Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 45 German Club 1, 2, K.B.S. 2, 3, 4, Scientific Society -, 4. Bob's liking for chemistry has been a prime factor in his decision to take up pharmacy as a career. He has found "Stala 112" an interesting source for photographic essays on human suffering. MICHAEL JOHN CREEVEN Scarsdalc, New York Immaculate Ilcarr of .Vary Dramatics 4. Miktfs transfer to Stcpinac in his senior ye-.lr added :in additional intl-rnationzll flavor to the homeroom of 413. After wide ex- pcricncv with tht- schools of Iinglaml. France and Gt-m1any, this well-liked senior found adaptation to the science curriculum here challenging. .1 s JOSEPH I'IfTI'IR CROLLIA Mmmt V1-rnon, Nur York Our Lady nf Victory Band 2. 3, 4g Baslu-tball Intramural I, 2, K.B.S. I, 2, 3, -Ig Mission Crusadv 435 Track Cross Country 1. 2, 3, -4, JN. 1, Varsity 2, -3. 4. Io:-'s pride in runnin! tht- milt- undi-r five minutrt-S in fn-shman yt-ar is 4.-qualled only by the honor ht- It-t-ls to be his as a mt-mbr-r of the famous Military Polite National Guard Unit of Mount Ya-rnon. joe hopes to eliminate his an-rsion to scholastic authority bt-fore 'oining tht- student body and track K' , Q K L1-I 5 I tt-am of Iona, r in WILLIAM .IOBEPH IIAGGERTH Port Chi-atvr, New York Our Lady of M1-roy Chemistry Club 4g Dann- Committee 45 Gemian Club 1. 2g K.B,S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Physics Club 3g Sodality -ig Class Basketball 1, 2. Fr. Mulroy's big words on Monday moming usually mlm-pri-ssl-cl Bill until ht- re-inenibcred the happy hours in Rc-ligion III and in Ct-nc-ral St-it-licv wht-n Bro. 5Iartinian's cx- pt-rinu-nts wrnt awry. Bm-antown and Boston Collcilu will wc-IL-Omc this frivndly Irishman for a four yt-ar stay in thi- pursuit of a dt-grew in dentistry. E11 GREGORY .IOH N GWARDYAK Mount VL-mon, New York Sacrc-d Hfart Busint-SS Club 2. '33 K.B.S. -1, Model Rail- road Club I. Crt-gory's ambition in lift-, common to many svniurs. is to attlimulah- rnmiglh knowll-ditt- so as to bn- abli- to rt-ason with his father. Profitii-my in vlt-ttronics should ht-lp him in his ghost-ii Iit-ld of scit-riot-. ,-1'--f ' LAWTIENCE CHARLES HABICH Yonkers, New Yofk St. Mary Ct-rrnan Club 2. I.arry's dill-mma cones-ming his future- Svc-ms to have bm-n n-solvt-d by his pri-It-rcnce for Physics and his distastt- of Adyanu-11 Alge- bra. Tht- Air Form- will find him an able mt-Lhanic and an affablc mixt-r. FRANCIS XAYIER IIAIIN Xl'Iiitc' Pluim. Xiu York Our Lady of Ml. C,'urrm'I MICHAEL BOHEN IIANNAN Ilya, Nvw York Rcsurfcclian Shm-phvrd -lg Baskt-tball Intraimiral 1, 29 Chunustry Club -lg junior I'roin Comrnittm-1-g K.Ii.S, I, 2. -3. -43 Pri-ft-Lt 2, Mission Crusadv lg Tviiiiis I, Varsity Ll, 3, 4, Tratk Ig Ushvr Son-it-ty 2, rl, -4, Milu- was thi- pm-rft-tt cxainplr of physical and psytholoiiital dt-tm-ruuuation. Aftt-r a thru- yn-ar sojourn on tht- 'IR-nuns tt-am and two or thrv.-c trips to a littlt- collvgt- town in Nlassatlnist-tts, Miko tuultl not avoid thi- Svungali influm-nv.'u of Fr. Hatha-ws. "Peace on Earth to men of good will." 'K If i Qs t viii ff- 4 if '- 34 Baslu-tball Intramural I, 23 Ilusint-ss Club -3, 4, 'Israeli l. Frank plans tu Q-njox a brivf ri-spitv from tha' rigors of stutlx and skippniil jug with a hitth in thx- hiaruiv Corps, Thus turtitril. lu' liopw. tu nturn and furthtr his rtlutation in tht- tolli-gr oi his tboiu-. ,'Vx T-uf 4' 5 I . Xl X . 11' -31 fr- gn ,mm ,fa :.' ,c-.f ' ,, 1 , . 4 I '.-'.-zifii-1'-1-Q RICHARD JOHN HAROLD II'liitc Plains, Nru' Ymk Sf. john tht' Erungzlist Bash-tball Intrainural I, Chi-mistry Club -I Co.-rnian Club 1 lg Ulm- Club -I. If thru- art- any tolli-gm that do not hold tlassi-s on Nloiulay morniniz. lhtk's probln-in 'lf 4'-U15-Ill-Ihr-u--1-K im-rtia uill ln- solxod In any me-nt lux latn-'rising habits will bt turcd, finally, by tht- Naxy. ah- g THOMAS JOSEPH HARRON W'hite Plains, New York St. Bernard Bowling 4, Business Club 4g Basketball In- tramural 1, 2, K.B.S. 1, 2, 35 Prefect lg Scientific Society 1. 3, Sodality 2, 4, Spanish Club 2g Track 1. Tom's adroit skill in avoiding trouble never helped him evade tests. His sincere interest in the intricate problems of History will serve as a sound basis for his pre-law studies. If-Q fi 'Q is-9 i PETER NICHOLAS HERBERT Mount Kisco, New York St. Francis of Assisi Chemistry Club 4, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club l, 25 Bowling Club 4. Pete's perfomiance on the basketball court was variously termed "pitiful" or "fiftul" depending on whether you were unfriendly or friendly. This well-versed Latin scholar took all the criticism in stride, following the shining example of Fr. McVey. "What's up, Doc in JOHN FREDERICK HILDNER Bronx, New York St. Brendan Basketball Class 25 Business Club -lg Gennan Club 2, 3, 4, Math Club 2, 53, Rifle Club 3, Tennis, I.V. 2. Iack's ability to navigate from the Bronx every morning never helped him to avoid "sneak tests", which were the bane of his existence. The Coast Guard or court work loom largely in the future. ffh LOUIS JOSEPH HERDEGAN Mount Vernon, New York Ss. Peter and Paul German Club 2. Lou was so unaccustomed to jug that he had to be briefed on what to do there while in Senior year. The future may find him as an apprentice dental technician. ? 99 THOMAS JOSEPH HORESKY North Tarrytown, New York Holy Cross Band, 1,24 Biology Club 2, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Scientific Society 2. Tom, otherwise known as Horowitz, was addicted to virtuoso haireuts and complete disregard for No-Smoking signs. The Navy should enjoy this amateur boat builder who cannot understand why certain Sophomores do not appreciate his hobby, 'Q T.-'f HANS PETER HERDEGAN Mount Vernon, New York Ss. Peter and Paul Chemstry Club 4, German Club 2. Hans' various absences from school have not interferred with his determination to re- teive good marks and to achieve success in the field of engineering. Many are the full time students who could leam much from the neatness and precision in the approach of this well-spoken and well-dressed Senior. X Qi Wziff' ' A ,-1 I BERNARD NICHOLAS IPPOLITO Mount Vernon, Next' York St. Mary Band lg K.B.S. Preit-ct 2, Football IX. 1, 2, Varsity 3, -1, Scientific Society 2. "Ben lin" was surely' tlisappointvd in the lack of facilities for the study of sculpture at Slepinac. and will remedy this gap in his education by attendance at some sthoul of art and dt-sign. His potential .is a football .Y. in second vi-ar was never fully realized, luueh to Mr. if - player displayed on the I 5 , hVL'l'tlt'l"S dismay. 1' W p ,S viz L , 7. - 9. it .V q ' I fy lr f, 1 , A 3 f- ,C K 1, 5 j 'Clif ' . ' ' . fn.. fx, ' ' ' . M ,,r. 35 ARYIIJ TNGI E .l0llAN50N Valhalla. N4 u Turk Holy Nmm of jr mx Architmtual Club 4, Baml l. 21 Class Ol- fiu-r l. -1, K.B,S. l. 2. l. 4. Missioii Crusader -4, Arxid e-nloyrd tht- clistinctn-n nf being tht- onlj-' Svnmr to xisit tht' l'anama Canal Zonv. lbs ability to train dogs .mtl horws as wvll as drag hot-rods, art' skills of somcwhat dubious xaluc for st-rvicv with the Marinc Corps. tang. mx QS' .59 . ff -1 f 024. M413- 0 DAVID EYAN Bronrcillw, Nt u' York Ss. P111-r and Paul Shcphcrtl -ig Art Club 2, lg Track 1, LY., Varsity 3. Dain hop:-s to pnfrfz-tt hix obxmus artistic talttnts at Pratt lnstitutt- and thc-n 1-ntt-r thn- L f 114.1 fu-ll o porno -r'al art. If ht- can find it possiblv to mold the timtffumsuming mathe- matical subjcnts, he- vslll again devote his sparc timt- to track. DAVID MQDONALD JUDKINS Scarsdale, Ncw York Imrnaculatc' Heart of Mary Class Officvr 1. 2, :3, 4g lx.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Scnior Scnatv 53. -45 Football Varsity 2. 53, 45 DONALD JOSEPH K.-UN Mount Ywrnun. Nru York St. Cuthvrim' Basketball Intramural 23 Bowling lg KBS, 0 'T -1' Rxflt- Club 3 4 Only on othisiuiis uhvn all yup: was Lan- crlln-rl uiultl Don mall hmiwlf .i lrnfntl uf Fr. Sulllxan. Shop tlass antl th. last lwll rn-pn-sn-ritvd tht- tuu ni-lst attiu- periods of his daily lifv. 36 Track lg Baskt-thall Intramural 1, 2g Danu- Committce- 1. 2. 3, 45 Prom Commlttcc 3, 45 Usher Socicty 3. 4. Davc, our local "Big Man on thc Campus". was ont- of thc- bv.-st-known St-niors among the rest of the school. Easy to spot in the corridors, hc devoted much of his frcc time to various extracurricular activities. VVith these and many other equal recommenda- tions, he hopes to attend college in the Fall. 'F v x, KIP PETER JONES North Tarvytmcn, N1 ug York Sr. Tcrfsa Biology Cluh 2. Chi-mistry Club 45 Ce-rman Club 2, Scicntifu Socicty' 1. 2g Track 1, 3, Varsity 4, K1p's qui:-t humor was not known to many, though his importanrc tu that tratk .tt-am uas ne-u-r und:-rwtlmatt-tl by Fr. O'h4-lift-. llis infatuation with tht-rnistry in St-nior Yvar should lvacl to .1 lou-ly romance with sucnu- in Lollcilc. il -v -Q-3 if "Custodians of the Iceboxf' JAMES HARRY KARR North Tarrytuupn, Ncw York Churfli of tht' Aftlllftllfflll Iun's an-rsion to honicwurlt was rt-floated in his distaste fur the clifliriilt siiliie-cts of Hin-the-nilstry and Ca-rrnan, Onct- tht- initial lt-thargy is rm-niovc-d. Jim's naturally brilliant mind will find a challengc in cull:-gc physics, -QP: r.. .. ' ', 1 skit: '21 11-'Inq KENNETH ROBERT KEATING Tuckahor, Nou' York Irnnlaculutt' C'0nl'r'pti0n Basketball Class Il. Cha-rnistry Club 4g Dranialics 3, -lg Frm-rich Club 33g Clem- Club 23. 4. 'I'hm- "VViLard of OL" afford:-d Slcpinac .uidirm-rx tht-ir first rt-al opportunity of hm-arlng Kr-n's hm- bass wmv. llc hopes to xpvnd his futurc in stunt- comer drugstore- dupunsing pruscnptions and hit records. Tb CLARENCE YVILLIAM KEHOE Crestwood, New York Annunciation Business Club 2. 3, -ig Cheerleader 4, Class Officer 1, 4, K.B,S. 1, 2, 3. -ig Track Cross Country 1, 3, Freshman, Varsity 2, 3, 4. Bill resented jug as much as his Christian sumame of Clarence. He hopes to spend a long hitch in the Xaxy if it offers him ample opportunities for bookkeeping and participation in track. of 1.321 fgi i 3 1 ,, Q' PETER J. KENNY Scarxdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Shepherd 45 Basketball 1, I.Y.g Cheerlead- ing -4, Business Club 3, 4, Class Officer 2, 33 Junior Prom Committee, K.B.S. 3, 4, Usher Society 3, 4. Pete enjoyed only one Senior Assembly which was devoted to a description of F.B.l.-qualifitations and opportunties, in which he is interested. His argumentativ- attitude was many times manifested in defense of the supposed rights of Seniors. hut to little avail. PETER MLLLANE KELLY Scarsdale, New York St. Pius X Altar Boys 1, 25 Crusader 14 Dance Com- mittee 2g Dramatic-s 1, 2, 13, 45 Scientific Society 1. Doodling Pete hopes to make a future im- pression upon the artistic world. Despite his all-around abilities. he failed to make a hit with a particular witch prominent in the "VVizard of Oz". Index Inquisition. HAROLD WILLIAM KESSLER Mamaroneck, New York Holy Trinity Business Club 3. Hal was more partial to the pleasant en- virons of the office practice room'and was never able to adjust to the sickening atmosa phere of juz. i- X - Fw JOHN EDMIND KRALSS Yonkers, New York St. Bartholomew Class Officer 1. 2, 3, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. lack may have been jealous of Priore's daily taxi service, because not one of his many girl friends owned a car with which to drive him to school. His preference for English will help in his pre-law studies. uv 'T' DOLGLAS ELCENE KERANS Scarxdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Business Club 2, K.B.S. 43 Football LV. 2g Swimming 1. Doug's quiet nature was deceiving, for it made him quite attractive to one good- looking girl. The future may he hazy at present but Don2's perseverance and in- tegrity will make him a silt-cess in any chosen field of endeavor. v at ii 'i -tg. ALBERT BENEDICT KRLG Crestwood, N1-up York Annunciatian Altar Boys 1, 2, Class Officer 4, K,B.S. l, 2, 3, 4. Al found Fr, Ei1.m's Freshman Retreat the most enlightening experience of his life for it gave him the proper orientation towards girls and class. His ability in the wood shop should find ample scope for develop- ment in the Navy. 37 PETER THOMAS KLJAWSKI Mount Vernon, New York St, L'r,sula Duncv Cmnmittee -3, Dramutics 3, -tg Spanish Club 3. 4, Swimming 4, Track 1. Varsity -1. Kfuny tinn s Pt-te w.is tempted to dixplay his .inhery talents to "Major" Quinn but mrxnp tonsiderritions forced hun to drop the pro- ject. Choice of college is as vague us his choice of servicc. 15 'hi in 1' RONALD LOL Ib LaBRl bt.IANO Jlanmrnncck, Nfu: York Most Holy Trinity Shepherd -tg Art Club 1, Biology Club 2, Cmnt-ra Club l, Chemistry Club 45 Class Officer 13, Crusader 4, General Science Club lg German Club l, 2, lx,B.S. l, 2, 3, 4, Scientific Society l. 2. VVithout Houniefs L-oinplete devotion to caniera and dark room, the yearbook and Crusader would h.ne been printed without action pictures. South Bend and its sur! roundings will be the object of his future RICHARD RLDOLPH LANDW'ERHLE Yonkers. New York St. Paul the Apostle Chemistry Club 4: German Club 2, Track l. No scholastic .utnity gave Dick the thrill that the lust three minutes of the 1953 Xfount St. Michael football game did. This dee and reflet-tim' Senior will add 'l p . serious note to .my college which he may attend. 5 JAMES MICHAEI. LAWLER Stepinac invades the Garden. Uuining, Nur York Sl. Augustim' Architectural Club 45 Chemistry Club 4, Crusader l. 2. fl, 4, Germain Club 25 K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, The afterglow of meeting "Miss Chicago" enabled lun to forget boring English classes. His photogmphu st-nice to the Crusader and Shepherd :uid his interest in electronics will enhance his usefulness to the Navy. DONALD SALYATORE photn graphic rnennclerings. DONALD HENRY LAREAU Bronxuille, Nou: York St. Joseph Band 1, 2g Chemistry Club 45 Football I.V. 1, 29 Varsity 3, 4: Mission Crusade 45 gwimming Varsity 1, 2, 3, 45 Track Varsity . , 4. "Lash" will long be remembered for his Sport jackets. which brightened many al day for we-airy teachers. His proficieny in all things aquatic promoted his choice Of service in the Navy. In the near future, hnwever, he will attend college to study dentistry. LONGABLCCO Mount Vernon, Ncu' York Our Lady of Virtury Art Club ll, 'I'r.u.'k Cross Country l. Don's antipzithy to teachers was quickly spotted by local authorities when he was suspended in l"'rcshmnn yt-nr for selling fire- Lraclcers during nn incipient student rexolt. The Nmy .ind conuuercinl .art will fill his future. i PHILIP ARTHLR LORETAN Valhalla, N1 u. York Holy Xarm- uf jtms w Ch -in try Club -lg KBS. l. L.: Marching if y Baird ll. 2. 3, 45 Orcht-stu 3, 4, Swing Band I '3 4 Phil's sliding trombone li-nt polish and cl.iss to the ortlit-str.: of '4Studi'nt Prince". ln- fuutt- pn-cis.-m-ss .uid patieiice proxidrd him with the only complete set of notes for Colllllnililcutloii Arts. Hihlle professing D8 uitt-rn-st in both Liss .uid engineering, Phil's first lou' is music. STEPHEN JOSEPH LLPIS Yonkers, New York St. john the Baptist Bowling 4, Football j.Y. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, Track 1. Though dwarfed on the football field by opposing linemen, Stexe never failed to give a good account of himself. This quiet, gentlemanly, future fsnillneer will win many friends in whateser field he chooses to Q follow. . '-. if A' M .rf 'fu fi A . ,bile may A ef ' , nj? '51 X 'SL MICHAEL BERNARD LYNCH , - Irvington, New York 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Immaculate Conception Cross Country 1, Track 2, French Club 2. K B ' 4 3.3, . Mikes love of solitude and contemplation fostered by the benign atmosphere of the French Club, was too frequently disturbed by raucous auto horns, screaming tires and uncouth drixe-rs in the parking field. JOHN ANTHONY MAGNOTTA lVhite Plains, New York St. Bernard Baseball 1.Y. 1, 2, Business Club 2, 3, Class Officer 3, Student Council 4. Iohn's pleasure upon being chosen .1 mem- ber of the Student Council in Senior Year will be completed by successful graduation, CARMEN ANTHONY MAGNOTTA 1Vhitc' Plains, New York Si. Bernard Business Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. Carmen hopes to he able to apply his skill in Business Law while working in his fathers dry' cleaning establishment after graduation, Service in the Air Force is a strong future possibility. 'Q The ladies pack the gym. ALEXANDER STEYEN MAJTHENYI 1Vhit4' Plains, Xvu' York JH. Crlrnirl 5 3 4-Q. THOMAS GERARIJ MAHER .Vomit Vvrnon, New York Sacrvd Heart Arc-hitectural Club 4, K.B,S. 1. 2, 3, His- sion Crusade 1. Brother Nlauric-ius reminded Tom of a chief bosun's mate in the Navy in his insist- ence on exilctness. Constniction work will occ-upy his future after u hitch in the Xin y. Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Library Club 3, 4, Physics Club 3, Scientific Society 2, 3, 4. A speaker of three lalmlunzes and ex-resident of several European countries includlnil Hungary, Alex ac-ted :is interpreter for two refugee Students this year. A posse-ssor of A keen scientific mind, he has brought many honors to Steoinae and hopes to do the same in college. JOSEPH CONRAD MAHER Pliuxnntrillv. Nrw York Holy Innocunfs Basketball Iiitrznnurul l. 2, 'Bowling K.B,S. 1, 2. 3, -4, Public- Speaking Track 1. foe would lu- as plt-iisniitly surprised 1-nm that he has been .lccvptecl in pre-i school as he was ulwn he passed geonietry rem-rits. He hopes to develop knowledge of ehemic-ul reactions during coming summer by working as xi tester Ballantine. 'M 4a to . ned the his the for 1. 1-of" 1 avg .Z JOHN CERARIJ MARRIIAM Clmpyuiqun, X1 u: York Holy Innncvntx K.B.S. l. 2, I, 4. Frm-It-ct lg Mission Crusadc' 35 Sodtxlity 4. Quit-tnms of .ippronnh and gm-ntlvnesi of nature chrxr.ut4-film-d thi: fru-ndly studz-nt who found plm-Murr and inspiration in thc- rewardlnil pashniu of xziirdeninil, Fr. Ry.m's invc-stnwnt .is .1 monsnznor iniprmwd hun with the- llllllllff' of the Priesthood. whirh previously had burn nvhulous. N-if CH AR LIB MICHAEL MASCARI Mount Vvrnon, New Ylrrk Ss. Pell-r and Paul Shm-phi-rd -4g Altar Boys 45 Chemistry Club -ig K.B.S. Prefect 4. Familiarity did not lead to Conti-nipt in Chnrliv'S case, for om- yt-nr nt Stcpmac iniprvssf-d him favorably, Thu Sn-ninr smok- ing privilege and the .ivnilnbility of rt-ligiuus exercises and devotions loft him with thc fond wish that he had Conn- to Stcpinac ' K' QE. 7 '12 . 5 , Q .,,,, .I Q I ANDREW' MICHAEL MARTIN Ryc, Nvu: York Ros-urfvction Shephz-rd -lg B:xskethaLl, Intramural 24 Chemiury Club 44 Honor Roll lg K.B.S. 3, 4. Andy's only rn-gn-t on graduation will bv thc- cessation of Rvligion IY. Ile- finally dt-midi-tl to sc-ttlv his If-ud with Nicolai with Ln-.un buffs at ten putt-S, on the sagz- uclviu- of Fr. Mulroy. x. I EDWFIN CERARD MARTIN Yonkmr, Xiu' York St. Joseph Businvss Club 53. -ig K.B.S. I, 2, 3, 45 Misnon Crusade 4g Spanish Club lg Track 1, Ed, oth:-rwisc known ns ujudgc- Crzlh-r", was plvnsantly surprised to hnvv pawn-d ull thn- obsturlv coursvs leading to S1-ninr yt-nr. SOOHQT. NORBI-IRT AIIRAIIANI MASIEIIO Hndfonl Halls, Xfu' York Sf. Martha u.' K.B.S. I, Physio Club 3: Swinnninu -1. This stud:-nt from Bm-dford Hills hopw to p.Arl.ny zu prvnlilcdiuii fur phyxica nnd thum- ntry into .1 iourw in I-lmtrmnu I-nyjnn-1-rilnu in lln- .-'tu Foru- 40 LAWRENCE JAMES MASTERSON SVhitr Plains, Nvw York St. John thi' Erangrlixf Shrpha-rd -ig Chi-mntry Club -Ig Crusaulvr 2. 53. 4g C1-nnzm Club 2, -lg Glu' Club 45 K.B.S, -ig Fbhcr Socn-ty 2. II. 4, "But" Nlnstm-nori found nmny upportunltim-4 in Hrligion 3 and 4 for vxcrcuinl his .ilrvndy sbnrp uit. Thv ul1osy1ur.u1e-s of woplm- in in-nrml und tht' idiom of l:uigu.1gn- Luv,-1n.it1-cl bu n-xulutnmary apmt. l,.xrry should find lnx pmpvr nicht' in thx' lungxmgn- mlvpnrb nwnt of Fordham, known ns the- lluumn lnxtitut.-. 1 L'- Pushbutton warfare. ROBERT WADE MATIIIEFON Yank: rs. N4 u York Sf. hug: vn' Businm-ss Club 23 Ch:-nnstry Club -Ig CLIN- Offiu-r I, KBS 2, 3, 4. 'Ihr qnn-t uf tht- goll I-mrs. nfl--nil url- Ionn- n-l.u..ition from tln- umxplaxitnnw ol 'Inu :ind thu- tontmnfnx nl Iinulixb. 'l'ln- Air I-un.-v will lw .in ivutrrrnwlnnry sup to .I 4.1111-r in dn-ntistrx or nnunn 1-rinu, l 3-D- JAMES LAWRENCE Mc-CABE ll'hi!c' Plains, Nur York St. Bernard Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Bowling 4, Business Club 43 Sodality l, 2. jim was plagued with a common ailment of all descendants of Adam, utter distraction at the piercing notes of the moming alarm clock. Unless this habit can be corrected he may new-r get to class at St. Michac-l's in Vermont, where the mornings are cold, ble-alt and depressing, an-lv -1 RICHARD Hl'GH M1'CONNEI.I. Putnam Valley Sf. Columbanus Library Club 4, Physics Club 35 Rowling 4, Swimming: 4, College and the Nasy loom large in Dick's future, thouxlh Fr. Sullixan has made every effort to interrupt his wayward progress. This quiet spoken Peekslull Senior had many disputes with Br. Bc-nignus over his avail- ability for the daily French lesson. "Roman spears? Oh, about six feet tall." "2 43 ,1'! ..-...J EDWARD DAVID Mc-Cl'lRE Port Clirstvr, Null: York Resurrrftion Ed almost volunteerecl to fight with tht- Ilungarian rebels as his ability to throw erasers and chalk would has 1' maclt' him thi- foremost Uhlolotov Cocktail" throxvc-r in Budapest. His aversion to rc-cl marks on reports cards led him to select the Naxy blue as his service choice. ANDREW PATRILR MrI.Al'GHI,IN Scarsdnlv, New York Immaculate' Heart of Mary Basketball Intramural 1, 2, French Club 45 K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 4. The easy affahility of this outstanding Scarsdale swimmer was reflected in the host of students who were pleased to c-all him a friend. The cold environs of St. Michac-l's in Vermont will be warmed by this deter- mined Senior, who hopes to find a place in the "wild hlue yonder" as an Air Force Pilot. 'C' FRANCIS GI-IRARD Me-CRATII Scarsdalv, Nrw York Imnmculatc Heart of Mary Shi-phc-rcl 4, Basketball Intramural l, 25 Chemistry Club 4, Football Varsity 4, French Club -4: Honor Roll 1, ,Iunior Prom Committec-g K.B.S. 2, -3, 4g Mission Crusade lg Swimming 1, 2. 13, 4, Track Varsity 3, Cross Country lg Usher Society 4. Gerry found it difficult to reconcile his participation in varsity football with the scholastic austerity of the Fri-nc-h Class, even though he enjoyed both immensely. He should arrixe at Notre Dame just in time to lend his swimming prowess to the inaugural swim team. MARTIN STEPHEN Mc'DONOIfGH Ardsley, Nru' York Our Lady of Perm-tual Help Aquinas Society 2, Eg Band l. 2, Rifle Club 3. -4. The solitude possible in Latin and in fishing: serv-d .is .A rm-spite from the noise' and confusion of chem lab periods. Quiet Martin hopes to fulfill his sz-nice commit- ment before entering law school. 223 54, ,fQg ?'1 , ,,, , , gqrfiwjsvzi 6 V .,!"f . ' 'pf' fm,-,' ' 'is 1:-1, '43 JOHN FRANCIS McLAUGHLIN Tarrytown, New York Transfiguration Shepherd Assoc-iate Editor 45 Basketball Intramural 1, 25 Chemistry Club -4, Class Officer 4, Dramatics 3, 4, French Club 2. 3, Vice President 45 Glee Club 4, K.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4g Sodality 2g Usher Society 3, 4. "Mac's" the-sgian proc-livities were displayed equally on t e stage and in French Class. West Point will gain a well-rounded student, whose pleasant personality and cooperation was liked by all. 41 : 1 ' JAMES EDWARD McMAHON XVhite Plains, New York Our Lady of Sorrows Bowling Club 1. 24 Business Club 4g Camera Club 2g K,B.S. 3, 4g Model Railroad Club 1. jim's uniqueness stems from the fact that he admits, while still at Stepinac that he received a good Catholic education here. Individuals who ask baiting questions have always, and will always, annoy this quiet devotee of Izaak Walton. fvjfvxl Y uf.: 5 at -f L . 'S . Y. , . fs.-. a ,aa JAMES PATRICK Mc-MANAMY Scarsdalc, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Basketball Varsity 4. Contrary to prevailing male opinion at Stepinac. jim found thc change from three years of cofedueation to the isolation of Stepinae a rcfreshinr! experience. This quiet student from St. Michal-l's in It-rsev con- tributed much to the varsity basketball team and -lists as his objectives 1 college, marriage, and heaven. . . .ag 'YW .1 I1 EJ.- in-N1 .L W JOHN ANTHONY MIKULAK EDW'IN JOSEPH MILBLRY In-ington, New York Immaculate Conception Biology Club 25 Dance Committee 15 Dra- matics 2, 3, 45 General Science Club lg C-lee Club 4g Library Club 1, 23 Physics Club 3g Scientific Society 1, 2, 3g Tennis lg Sodality 2, "Fireman Ed" fell in love with the gaudy costume of "Student Prince" and does not seem at ease unless sporting a blazing red jacket. Ed hopes that Georgetown will find a place for him in their pre-dental program. -12 Pccks-kill, New York St. Columbanus Football Varsity Manager 3g German Club 25 Mission Cnisade 3. "Mac" hopes that the Navy will send him back to Rochester where he enloycd' a memorable stay as football manager in third year. on "Life with " JAMES ANTHONY McNALLY New Rochelle, New York St. Joseph German Club 2. 3. Removal of his 'AElvis Presley" side-bums was more quickly accomplished by the entreatics of one member of the female sex than by the combined persuasion of Frs. Sullivan aml Lyons. This Zfdnd Ul'Wl'iliYUl resulted in the appearance of an improxed student and chanizcd individual. "Vive la Difference!" i his lhl i u 2 fi RM Der F uehrer. THOMAS AQUINAS MITCHELL Valhalla, New York Holy Name Altar Boys lg Band 1, 25 Business Club 35 K.B.S. 1, 2, 53, -4g Prefect 1. Tom feels that he became a man when he was able to vubmerge Fr. MCVL-y in the Playland Pool during: a freshman outing. From that point on, Fr. McVey began to lose more hair. i CHARLES THOMAS MORAN lVhite Plains, New York St. John the Evangelist Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4g K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2. 3. Charlie-'s enjoyment of Senior privileges was severely curtailed 'by the annoyance of Senior homeroom assemblies. .aff W 1 -, P 1 MILES PETER MORAVEC lVliite Plains, New York Mount Carmel Architectural Club 4, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, -ig Library Club 1. 2. The short lunch periods did not Seem to affect the asoirdupois of Miles. The Air Force, and later a drafting school, will gain an eager pupil. Y -Q. Ti WILLIAM JOSEPH MORGAN Mount Vernon, New York Sf. Cather-iric' Dance Committee 2,-34 German Club 25 K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 23, 4, Mission Crusade 13: Track 1. Bill's sartorial rebellion, the bane of Fr. Sullivan's existence, will be sharply stifled by the imposition of the Air Force blue uniform. His greatest punishment will be assignment to the Dew Line in Greenland, whcrc there are no girls, cars, or motorcycles. MICHAEL GEORGE MLLLER Tuckahov, New York Immaculate Conception Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club -ig K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Scientific Society 1, 2. Mike's communion with the muse was in- terrupted only by his particpation in Chemistry and English class. His choice of college will be determined by future scances with the other world. 'Z' RENE JOHN MIQLLER "Please Dave, let me play too." .IOHN FRANCIS MLTNGER Mamaroncck, New York Holy Trinity Basketball Class l, 2, 3, 4, Business Club lg Class Officer 1. -4: Spanish Club 2, Senior Senate -ig Swimming 1, Varsity 2, 3, -1. Iack's all-around athletic ability will br- amplc endowment for a career in physical education in college. ANTHONY FRANCIS MUNOZ IVhile Plains, Nvup York St, Bernarrl Altar Boys l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Bowling Club 45 Business Club 45 Sotlality I, 2, 3, -ig Spanish Club President 2, 4, Vice President 35 Tennis lg Varsity 2, 4, Track 1. Tony's most thrilling land almost his lastl experience at Stepinac was being thrown up into the rafters in Lbe "Student Prince". "Pancho's" inexplicable pe-eve centcrs around girls who wear flats, but this mental bloc should not prevent him from achieving success at the Georgetown School of Foreign Service. Q t 3 'rf' , .3 . tl,-V ' Mount Kisco, Ncu: York St. Francis of Assisi Shepherd 3, -lg Chemistry Club 4, K.B.S. 3, 4, Phoenix 24 Scientific Society 1, 2, 3. 45 Usher Society 4. Time and pcrsuasion were required to change some of Rene's fixed ideas. An innate maturity and a clear perception of values required this sifting of ideas and indicate great possibilites for future development in scientific research. The research laboratories of Notre Dame will be the next field of opera- tion for this precise, methodical Stc-pinac scientist. RONALD PROSPERO MURRO Elmsford, New York Our Lady of Mount Carmal Biology Club 2, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. Ronnie's predilection for electronics may be the means whereby he will be accepted in the difficult physics course at Fordham. Before this comes to pass, however- N5 English marks must begin to fluctuate a little bit higher. 43 JOHN CAMILLO NARDUCCI Mount V1-mon, Na-w York Our Lady of Vidory Chciiustry Club 4, Cm-rm.u1 Club 2, 3. Thi- "l.ittlv Arab" from Klnunt Ya-rnnn it-,iypil .1 wntvnu- to jus: lur many time-s his life- Nun in clnmzm-r in thi- shuupuling hi-rd uf lust slltlls uprvu rr-li-.iw frfuu thu! popular clussrumii-112, john should quiz-tly .mtl slmmly yn.itun- umlrr thi- uuitl- ing.: h.uucl ul tha- llhristbm llmthm-rv .it Slim- h.i!t.u1 Kfulln-uv, vnhwn- he- hop:-S to rntn-r thc 1.-ngxiu-1-rimg school. K' HAROLD JOHN xnvixs lVl1itc Plains, Xvu: York St. john thu E1.'anguIi.st Class Offict-r lg D.u1u- Cummith-L' 49 Dm- matics -ig Ce-rm.m Club lg Glu- Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, -lg Swing Bguul 3, -lg Track 1. Inks-'s lung: tlriu-s in thi- triuntry' NH'l'1' madm- cloubly sum-t by tht- pn-si-luv uf two vb-- lm-ntw, music .xml xi lm-iu.xlc runlpnnimi. Always nm- of Fr. Mr.-C.uulu's nu-mnplisht-ml nius11i.ms, ll.unlil hupt-s tu .u.'hic'x'm- musi- cnl siiuu-ss .it mu- ut thi- Stzltu 'l'l'uch1-rs Kfullm-gm-s ul Music. FRANCIS ANCELO NICOLAI Plcasantrillc, Nm: York Holy Innucz-nts Baski-tlrall, Ixmnunuml 1, fig Chl-mistry Club 4g Ilnxu- Cmmnittrt- 3g Glu- Club -lg lt.il1.u1 Club l, 25 Llbmry Club lg Minh Club -lg Physics Club 3. Nick lnuml 4-nuugh tum- ln-tum-n lmltlm with Andy bldfflll and Fr, Mulmy to rn- juy l'h5 sins. llls hut Dodge was wt-ll-knrmn in tha- pzirking lot and among thi- girls ol XVt-stcht-sta-r. Jima-'P ' i "No, Milbury. I said clutch, not 1-luck." JAMES MICHAEL CYCONNELL THOMAh PETER Holy I-amxly Dramatics 4 his prtfinnu for tht Y in " kl ' N' ' ' ' - f - - ' "'f " fu "Tl PATRlL.lx Jossl-11 0't.0NlNOR Imnmrululr' Cunc1'pti01l . , . . . . Ixatonulz, .Nur I nrk Cla-v Club -4g ll.usi-b.ill Narslty 3, -1. , , . . Sf. llury oftl11'Ax.x1nnpl1on jims aum.iblt- tlispusitlim uns quickly ruf- . . . 3 .31 ll:-tl by his clusn- pmxlnnty to .A llngrnnt -"'!'Lh"'Qf"'ml Club 4' c'Cn"m fl--h 4'x.uuplt- ul his pn-t pq-1-xv, Yltu l'riml'. X11-n Null' Clnh 3 uhu f,.ill tlnmwlus intl-llny-nt ruuuxl his X14-chuniczll Drawing iufuvrl l'.n uith .um uutlurvk nn lite- bf EUNIS! 'wtiuuly with girls 4-uthusi.um lor mls-signing nutumobili- vn- u hum ln- likml. A crulw in tlu- South 51.1 gint-s .xml bnclii-s. Nm-ithvr lu- nur th:- lsl.uulx ui the- N.:-sy wt-ins thi- uuly mln- school will form-t his urnnil in in llll' tum tu this tllli-mm.l. Fmnklin. K 1 V . bqulsh fuuml that lrlg0nm11t-try lt-ft nO ui- for bulb sports untl girls, mul qulh- lntl-lligcntly chust- tht- l.xtt1'r. This explains ai: mb INIXOIN Ncu. Roclizllz Yau. York bv 5-1 STEl'lll'IfN Ql'El.l. OEHMSEN ,Umnumni fl. X1 if York r I Holy Trinity 5 Hznk4'tb.All, lutr.Aulu!.ll l, lg ll.ultl l, 23 Chu-imstry Club 4, Crumaln-r K. 45 Mission W ' Crllsacli- l. Ste-xv fuuml llmthm-xnistry ge-m-mllp unin- I tn-n-stun' .uul .1 m.nor 4-.insv nf first nf-nml DANIEL MICHAEL O'HARE White Plaim, New York St. Bernard Business Club 35 Class Officer 2, 3. Danny, -one of our most humble and frank- est Seniors, found lunch period a welcome preparation for his daily incarceration in 1118- RICHARD BRIEN 0'KEEFE Mount Kisco, New York St. Francis of Asn!!-i Shepherd 3g Chemistry Club 4, Class Offi- cer 1, 23 Dramatics 3, 4, K.B.S. 3, 4, Swimming 1, Track 1. This level-headed and ambitious student has set his sights on West Point and possi- bly a military career. Dick will best be remembered for his dry wit and his monu- mental portrayal of Hubert in "Student Pzirgazef, and the Scarecrow in the "Wizard o . ANIBAL OSVALDO OLIVIERI New York, New York St. Patrick? Cathedral Our Good Neighbor Policy retumed a pleaS- ant dividend in the person of this happy Argentine, Though his father was an Ad- miral in the Argentinian Navy, Anibal still wishes to wear the bell-bottomed trousers of an ordinary seaman after college in the United States. 3 '1 Q7 'iv brother. WILLIAM GEORGE OSBORN Yonkers, New York St. Bartholomew Architectural Club 4. Bill considers his greatest achievement to be his success in avoiding jug for four years. THOMAS FRESTON 0'NEILL Scandale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Class 3, 4, Dra- matics 3, 4, Glee Club 4, K.B.S. 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Track 1. Tim remembers well the day that Bro. Myles almost removed him from the land of the living. Fordham seems to be his desti- nation despite the fact that it will not re- move him from the influence of his big l 1 l iq.. V we JOHN DESMOND 0'SHAUGHNESSY Port Chester, New York Our Lady of Mercy Shepherd 4, Altar Boys 15 Chemistry Club 4, German Club 2, 3, K.B.S. 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Track I. Neither the VVitches' scene in Macbeth nor the three witches' conversation in the "Wizard of Oz" could surpass Fr. Mulr0y's rendition of "Beowulf" for thrills and chills for Stan. This well-rounded student and gentleman hopes that the F.B.l. will find a place for him in their ranks while he studies pre-law. "It's a pentagon, you square." VINCENT ELWIN PACELLO Port Chester, New York Our Lady of Mercy Basketball Intramural l, 2g Chemistry Club 43 Class Officer l, 2, 35 Football Varsity 3, General Science Club l, German Club 1, 2, junior Prom Committee, K.B.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Physics Club 35 Track l, Varsity 2, 3, 4. Vinnie's ability in Math was of no avail in his attempt to tune in on Fr. Mulroy's wave length. This quiet track man from Port Chester should contribute much to the life at Detroit. "7:'1'lafl1':-fx W ' -' .' Jfvk. ROBERT JOSEPH PACANO Port Climltr, Xfuq York Our Lady of M1-rru Basketball lntr.unur.il 1. 2. -35 Cb:-mistry Club 45 Fuutbzill 1,Y. lg Gl'nu.ui Club 2. 3g Rifle Club 3, 4. B0b's knowlcdgzr nf inzithc-matics :incl bullis- tics givvs cle-ar cviclciiu- that tht- lit-ltl of aircraft design and pmpulsiun uuuld bt' most likvly to fit his scholastic lmckgrouml. This Sharp shoutinil rillL'mqin bits sn-t Caithn- lic lfnivcrsity as bis tzirgvt. ROBERT JAMES PANNUTO Yonkcrs, New York Sf. Barnabas Bust-lmll Varsity 45 Chemistry Club 45 K.B,S. 3, -ig Truck j.V. 3. Vilvaiths-r iur4'c.istiui1 will lit- n full time ucxupatiun for this industrious travvlvr from thc Bronx. liis dt-vp intl-rt-st in Chemistry should be his principal rvcommcndution for admission to N.Y.U. wht-rv he hopes to study meteorology. EYCENE ARTHYR PALMER 1"z'c'kskiII, Nrw Yvrk St. Columlmrlus Baislwtliull lntraumirul 1, ig lluulinig Clubg Spanish Club 33, 4. This quivt trgnvlvr lrnm Pa-tfkskill will nvvrr luuk ut tlu- insizlt- of u bus .iltt-r tlit- ziilgrzi- viiting t-xpt'rn-imc ul buphnmrm- yt-ur, Gum will colin-iitr.ttt' un 1-uuivim-ring cltfspih' thc' fact that liistury uns his fmuritt- subject. 'Sf RONALD JOHN PANARELLI Bronx, Ncw York Sl. john Archita-cturail Club 45 llaiim- Cumniittvt- -3, -ig K.li.S. 3, 45 Rifle- Club 3. Thx' juuiur Pruiu pruvitlul Runnin- with tht- unist iiiifurgs'tt.tblm- t-xpm-rie-iitv :lt Stvpinaic. 'l'b4' Xntiuiml Guunl will 1-uulilc him tn tatkc up tlmftlniz nltrr ilruclualtion. "George couldn'! be here tonight." - EDWARD JOHN PETRIE 5 MICHAEL LAWRENCE PASCONE Ardxlry, New York Our Lady of Pvrprluul Ilrlp liuslu-tliull lntraunur.al 1, 2, 33 Che-niistry Club -ig Cliiss Offitvr l. QQ Rifle' Club 3g Ct-riu.in Club 2g K.li.S. 3, 45 Trunk l. "C.irmL-u" ulmnst dt-yn-luprd u pt-rst-cutiou tnniplcx uvvr tht- pt-rsun null prrsciicv ui his girl-irit'ntl's litllv sistur. Fr. Kam-'s ibvsics ciursm-s li-in' ins tin-tl him tu suck i . 1 - .1 il Cllft'l'l' lil 2N'YUlllllltlL'ill UI' l'll'i.'fl'il'-ll Ull- gimt-ring. 46 f , BYOIIIIJIYIC, New York St. Cuthcrine Aruhitucturul Club 4g Baskt-tbaill lntriunuml 2g Class Officer 1, 2, -lg Truck 1. W'cstchcstrr Community Collcgt- will gain gi promising Irish politician und tht- Navy will find Eddie an L-ln-ctrin-all bug. '?"'9i 5' Ui -14-1 -qv JOSEPH El'GENE PETRILLO Ncu: Hodivllv, Nun: Yurk Assumption l'l.isLvtli.ill Cluss l, 2, Iig Chciuistry Club -ig lhmt- Cuiuinittrtl -lg llraiilmtiu 2, 3, -ig lit-riimu Club l, 2, flg Glu- Club 2, -lg K.li,5. l, 2, 3, -4. Big ,lov xnxx ulisvswtl with girls :uid suim num: -intl sn his cliuim- ul uillm-gv uill un- dmibtmlly br Spring llill, Nvithvr tht- play nor tbt' girls iu tht- pl.iy would lmvc but-n -ullr tht- slum- without his prvst'uc1'. JOHN HENRY PHILIPS Marnaroneck, New York Most Holy Trinity Basketball Intramural I, 2g K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. 1im's experience around boatyards and boats will make him a valuable addition to the Coast Guard. 'O' Q.,-.J X 1 l JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER PICONE Peekskill, New York St. Columbanus Class Officer 1, 2. 3, -ig Football J.V. 1, 23 Varsity 3, -lg Freshman Presidentg Sopho- more President. Joe's continual practice with the bar bells enabled him to play varsity football for two years and to imitate XVyatt Earp's quick draw, Diane will keep the home fires burn- ing while Joe goes to college and the paratroops. if 'X -s ,rx e T' N 'Qui I. "Which, for-lack of a better name, we'll call . . " li 1 inn-1 ALBERT JOSEPH POLLACK Yonkers, New York St. Mary Architectural Club 45 Basketball Intramural 1, 25 Library Club 2, 3, 4. His choice between the Navy and college will be decided in the near future though Al tends to favor Drake School of Drafting. YVILLIAM CHARLES PRATTELLA Mount Vernon, New York ff Our Lady of Mount Carmel ' 4 Although Bill entered Stepinac in his Senior Year, he has already found many friends with a dislike for physics. After graduation he plans to enter pre-med J school and eventually become a doctor. 3- fy I, CP'?,'vIk 'ev i ' - ' v I ' iff. PHILIP WALTER PIZZUTI Mount Vernon, New York Our Lady of Victory Bowling Club 2g German Club 1, 2g Track 1. Phi1's membership in the famous "outlaw gang" of 3-G has left an indelible im- pression on his marks. His interest in cars may help him get into the Navy but it is a doubtful asset for college. VM Gemaan Club 1, 2. Dick's detennination was further developments. JOSEPH VITO PISANI Dobbs Ferry, New York Sacred Heart Basketball Intramural I, 2g Class Officer 4g Mission Crusade 2. 35 Senior Senate 4. Ioe's reliability and friendliness earned him the homeroom presidency of 4-A in senior year, and should be a basis for success in the Navy. 'S' RICHARD JAMES PRIOR Yonkers, New York St. Bartholomew Aquinas Society 35 Bowling Club 4g Bas- ketball Intramural 3, -Ig Class Officer -Ig rewarded with membership in the Acquinas Society dur- ing Junior Year. His choice between chem- istry and biology as a profession will await -v X 4, S... X VITO .IOHN PRIORE Valhalla, New York Holy Name of Jesu Art Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball LV. 2g Var- sity 3, 45 Class Officer 2, 3, -45 K.B.S. 3, -4, Student Council 4, Senior Senate 4. Not many Stepinac Seniors, past or present, could boast of Vito's claim to fame. No greater love than this does any girl-friend have than to drive a Stepinac Senior to school and type all his written composi- tions. His good nature was equal to this great imposition and was also responsible for making him one of the best liked and most spirited Seniors. fps. X JOHN PATRICK RAIDY Scarsdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary 3 FRANCIS JEROME PURCELL Hartsdale, New York Sacred Heart Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Chemistry Club 4, K.B.S. Prefect 1, 2, 35 Bowling 2, 3, 4, Tennis Varsity 4. Jocular Ierry found the wide open spaces of Colorado most interesting in the varie- ties of Hora and fauna and other species of life which inhabit that area. The Navy's dearth of physicians should be lowered by one when Jerry finishes medical school. CHARLES THOMAS QLIGLEY Mount Vernon, New York Sacred Hear! Bowling 4, Business Club 3. 4, K.B.S. 3, 4. Football and the L'. Navy fomi the pat- tern of Qu1g's future. He hopes to re- ceive a secretarial position that will allow him time to enjoy his favorite pastime howling. ROBERT GEORGE RE XYhitt' Plains, New York Our Lady of Sorrows Art Club 2, Sp Bowling Club 2, -lg Dance Committee -lg Dramatics 3, -1. "Bob-bo" shuned concerted people and French poems, for neither were true to life .md were at xariance with his artistic spirit, The in-ld of umiint-rcial art will fmd Bob a serious and deyoted praditioner. 48 Chemistry Club 4, Crusader 4, Cemian Club 29 Physics Club 3, Track 1. t'Bronc's" sharp wit brought constemation to all Yankee fans and confusion to many of his teachers. His proficiency in German did not help him comprehend communica- tion arts. Stepinac's answer to the Stilt. GLENN WALTER REDMOND Port Chester, New York Our Lady of Mercy Chess Club 53, 4, Dance Committee 4, Dramatics 2, Library Club 2, Physics Club 45 Bowling Club 2, :3, 4, Track 1. Ch-nn's devotion to rare stamps and coins and the customs of the countries they rep- resent makrs him a prime prospect for an intl-lligmiv.-u officer in the Air Force. His friendliness of spirit and quiet honesty hau- inadc him a good friend to many and will do so in thc future. JOHN THOMAS REILLY Dobbs Ferry, New York Sacred Heart Shepherd 4, Chemistry Club 4, German Club Ig Cleo Club 44 K.B.S. 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 4. Fr. john Murphys homeroom reacted on john's sensitive personality, as he was not accustonwd to so much activity. Despite this fact, ht- was deeply dt-voted to Fr. Murphy as a history teacher and hopes to make history his major in college. WILLIAM ROBERT REVELLESE Yonkers, New York St. John the Baptist Baseball I.V. 1, 2, Varsity 8, 45 Basket- ball I.V,, Varsity 3, 4. Bill, the raucous member of the "Unholy Two" from Yonkers, gave fully of himself in baseball and basketball, though studies at times were lost in the shuffle. The book- making abilities of his Yonkers confreres left him dead to the beauties of mathe- matics. His winning personality will fit him into a college business course and a career in business. ' ' ' iii:-5 I fri Y: 154 YZ? ,,.,,,,,i '-,,,,NB- . - JAMES JOSEPH ROCHE WILLIAM JOSEPH ROCHE Mamaroncck, New York Holy Trinity Clee Club 4. VVillie intends to train for a future occu- pation at the expense of the taxpayers in the service. Extensive homework cut well into the time he would have liked to devote to golf. Mt, Kisco, New York St. Franetlr of Assisi Altar Boys 1, 2, 3. 45 Business Club l, 2, Rifle Club 3, 4. Although teachers of all descriptions un- nerved him, jim enjoyed Br. PBdY3lC5 sophomore plane geometry class. His Span- ish period could well have been replaced by an extra lunch hour. ,Ut- ' Ji. RICHARD CHARLES ROHRDANZ Exiles in a strange land. THOMAS JOSEPH ROTIIWELI. Thornwood, New York Holy Rnmnj Basketball Class 1. 2, -45 Chemistry Club 45 Class Officer 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4, Prefect 35 Mission Crusade 25 Track 1. Ricky's liking for Religion never resigned him to the rigors of Math, Nonetheless. this genial, quiet member of the Air Na- tional Gunrd hopes to establish a can-er in the Air Force. Elmsford, New York Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Bialskethall Intramural 3, Biology Club 25 German Club 25 Physics Club 3, Track 1. Rick's interest in physics does not assungi- by any mi-uns his nntipiithy for bleached blondes. Ilis senior yezlr will be a success if the Senior Prom li-.Wes as many pleustint memories ns did the junior Prom. ROBERT LEO ROY -fr North Tarrytown, New York - ,,-4 1 St. Teresa Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Track 1. "Bull Moose" is one of the hardest per- sons to find in the evenings for he is usually pursuing his favorite hobby of moon watching. He-hopes that college will gixe him new worlds to conquer. L, -x . 2 Q f 4 42. gi 1 v july' ROY BERNARD RLBELI XVIHIC Plains, New York St. Bernard Shepherd 3, 4, Aquinas bmi:-ty 2, 3, Chem- istry Club 4, Crusader l, 2, 3, Editor 4. Dance Committee 3. 45 Dnunntics 2, 3, 4, K.B.S. 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, Tennis 1, Usher Society J, 4. Roy's keen analytical mind found intellec- tual complacency and professorial dogmatic statements challenges not to be ignored. The "XVizard of Oz" :md the "Crusader" were the benefactors of his generous co- operation and hard work in Senior Year. 49 isnt' ANTHONY WILLIAM RLSPINI Port Charter, New York Holy Rosary German Club 2, Football Varsity 3, Track 1, Varsity 2, -4, Bowling 4, The largest and most powerful student in Stepinac's history was avidly devoted to the noble hobby of collecting the little hits of colored paper known as stamps. The college of his Lhoice will find him a friendly person, an improving student and a poten- tially great shot-putter. H ,WWTER - 3.-Asa, ' "" ,,, r ' - s.-r .tr 1,5 4 .,.. , 3, S cn- EDWARD FRANCIS RYAN Larchmont, New York St. Augustine Altar Boys lg Basketball Class 1, 2, 3, Business Club 4, Class Officer -ig Dance Committee 3, Dramatics -lg K.B.S. 4, French Club 4, Football LV. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Mission Crusade lg Track LY. 3. Ned is well known as an actor, perform- ing sometimes consciously, but mostly un- consciously. His confused understanding ot French did not seem to interfere with his good perfonnance as end on the varsity eleven. RICHARD JOSEPH RYAN Yonkers, New York St. Mary PHILIP MEADE RYAN Scarsdalv, New York Inmiqculatc' Heart of Mary Aquinas Society 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Chess Club 3. 4, Debating Society 3, Dramatics 4, Glee Club 45 Physics Club 23, Scientific Society 2, 3, 4. "5fr. C..-LP." amply demonstrated his out- standing proficiency in physics and electron- ics with his electronic computer with which he received not only top honors in the "57" Stepinac Science Fair, but also a Westing- house Scholarship. Fr. McGowan will miss this crack science student, but not the challenging questions he offered in class. t"""" 355. t N I l.t 'L if V . 0 or l 119 Class Officer 4, Gemian Club 2. qi. Manhattan and the Air Force will round out Dick's career and eventually lead him into an engineering firm. .,. 'l's -tn . .-." .i.l' ' A ,n 4 . ' H " ' ' ' , I U I U , . ,sw--. ... .- U , I' U f'N, ' 'I ..- ., ' bu 1-sfiis. ---n . I U ' Organized Confusion. ANTHONY PHILIP SALINE Port Chester, New York Our Lady of the Rosary Altar Boys I, 2, 3, 4, Architectural Club 45 Class Officer 2, Rifle Club 3, 4, Senior Senate 4, Track, Freshman. Brother Terence retains a definite influence upon the 'Hawk' and his proficiency with a gun, should fit him to be an excellent State Policeman. ! . ISIDORE HENRY SAMPERS Yonkers, New York St. Denis Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 49 Intra- mural Basketball I, 2, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, -4, junior President, Dance Committee 3, 45 German Club 25 K.B.S. Prefect 4, Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Crusade 4, Senior Senate 3, 4, I. V. Football 1, 2, Var- gtyli 3, -4, Track Freshman, Varsity I, 2 Renny easily rated the title of 'Most Ver- satile and Adaptalilr- Varsity Athlete' as both Mr. VVerder and Mr. Sullivan will tes- tify. The tremendous friendship among Renny, Rig Bill Simons and flashy Dick O'Ket-fe, will be terminated by his dc- parture for Holy Cross. Q11 i -g 1 in-of -.I GLY CARMINE SANSONE Mt. Vernon, New York Our Lady of Mount Carmel Spanish Club 1. tluy's partitipation in the Mount Vernon Basketball langue helped to relieve the nionotuny of the physiffs class. Fordham or Io na will be the prelude to the service for him. 50 L FELIX ALFONSO SCARINGELLA White Plains, New York St. John the Evangelist Chemishy Club 4, Cennan Club 2, 3. After experiencing the thrill of his first Stepinac football game as a freshman Phil has always been an ardent rooter, full of spmt His brother's choice of engineering has undoubtedly influenced his selection of Manhattan College. C? ,kf T,' AUGUST GEORGE SCHNEIDER PAUL FREDERICK SCHELLHAMMER Larchmont, New York Ss. Peter and Paul Q, Aquinas Society 2, 3, 4, Basketball Intra- ktb mural 1, 2, Business Club -lg Class Offi- cer 2, Crusader 2, 3, 4, German Club 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, junior Prom Committee, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Crusade 1, Sn- VINCENT CHARLES SCARPA Armonk, New York St. Patrick Class Officer 3, Dance Committee 4, Dra- matics 3, Glee Club 4, Mission Cnuade 1, Student Council 3, 4, Senior Senate 4. Vin's closeness to nature in the foothills of Annonk fostered a desire for a medical career. This quiet, neat member of the student council will add much integrity and school spirit to any campus. dality 2, 3, 4, Student Council 23, -4, Swim- ming 1, -lg Tennis IX. 2, Varsity 13, -4, Track Varsity 4, Usher Society 3, 4. Strangely, Fr. Mathews is happy, even though Paul, a zood tennis player, is not going to Holy Cross. This is explained by the fact that he plans to bring his abun- dant store of wit and intelligence to Cathe- dral College and the priesthood. Q: 'E' Yonkers, New York St, Mary Baseball I.V. 25 Class Officer 3, Track 1. "Dynamite's" interest in business law and a future career in commerce was sparked by his winning of honorable mention in an international bookkeeping contest. He plans to further his career at Iona or Manhattan. JOHN RAYMOND SCHOEMER North Tarrytown, New York St. Tcrcxsa Shepherd Literary Editor 4, Aquinas Society 2, 35 Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Chemis- try Club 4g Crusader 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, President -lg Honor Roll 1, 45 K,B.S. 3, 43 Mission Crusade 3, -lg Sodai-ty 2g Student Council 45 Tennis I.V. 2, 3, Usher Society 2, 3, 4. Iohn, a member of the scholarship class for four years, has justly eamed his right to the position of literary editor of the Shep- herd. His ability to pronounce French, Canadian that it may be, has made him the expert on French words and syntax in all classes. JOHN .1051-Il'll SCHOEN Port C.'In-slvr, New York Our Lady of .Ut'r1.'y Basketball lntrainural l, 2, 51, Biology Club 2, Business Club 4, Chemistry Club -ig Genuan Club 1, 2, K.ll.S. 1, 2, 11, 4, Physics Club 51. Time spent in jug was the most ri'gri'ttablt- part of jack! life at Stepinae, though it was crnnpensated for by many sports thrills. especially the 1956 Mount football game. His holidays in the future will have to be stolen from a business administration coursi- at Fordham and furloughs from the Navy. "Who threw that ?" l'Al'l. .l05l'll'll Flllllil.-Xl.l':N Port Cliuxtrr, .N't'u: York Our Lady of .llvrry Business Club l, 2, -1, Clivlnistry Club -lg Golf 4, K.B.S. l, 2, -3, 4, Pri-fect 2, Track I.V. 2. Paul has still to fiifuri- out a method for skipping jug. The "i-xtra-curricular activity" cut deeply into the time he prefers to dm-- vote to fooling around with cars. After graduation, it will be the Air Force or Navy for Paul. 7'-1 YVILLIAM RISSEL FESTITO lVhilv Plains, New York St. john thc licungvlial Architectural Cluh 4. English reprvsentl-d a dt-adfline to Bill and this happy-go-lucky Senior hopes to find refuge from same in the Na-vy and a futuru career in professional drafting. I., f 1 i DANIEL RICHARD SHEA lYhitc Plains, New York St. Bernard Howling 4, Business Cluh 4, Dramatics 8, K.B.S. 1, 2, Track 1. Dan's good humor gave a semblance of reality to his nt-ver-ceasing fund of some- what fictitious stories, which are likely to cmpt at any time. He hopes to gain a B.S. degree at college before going into Q- 1, JOSEPH PATRICK SCAMMATO Mount Vemon, New York Ss. Peter and Paul Shepherd 4, Aquinas Society 2, 3, Cardinal McCloskey Volunteers lg Chemistry Club 4, Crusader 4, Cleo Cluh 4, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Crusade 3, Sodality 2, 3. 1oe's sparkling wit was not always fully appreciated by the teachers though the students responded well to his refreshing comments. Communication Arts provided him with the opportunity for expression denied him hy the confusion of Math and Chemistry. f5 ta. Nur x - I RN .1 ANTHONY Jossmi SGANGA Larchmunt, New York Si. John and Paul Class Officer 3, 4, K.B.S. l, 2, 3, 4. By' hook or hy crook Tony managed to skip jug on several occasions only to he fact-d with tht' lm-vitalxlvs, formidahle English classvs. Upon graduation, he plans to rest his study-wt-ary bonus, basking in thc warm Florida sunshine. an...-. ' I , '- the Marines. it if 'Q' if STEPHEN WILLIAM SIIEA Bronxrlllr, Xiu' York St. joseph Chemistry Cluh -Ig K.I'l.S. l, 25 Track I, LV, 2, Yarsity 3. Slew-'s sartorial sph-ndor ss ill sparkle in the 1.-onsm'rx.itiu- Nut I-Qngland atinot. . I :here of Iroxldvuu- Ctllt-gr. mlwrv he hopes to pn-pare for a tarm-r as a history tvachvr. 'Iihe thrill of running on thu- hoard track at Sfadisou hquan- liartlrn stands out tracknian. 52 .is a landmark in his tart-er as .i Stn-piuac .IOIIN JOSEPH SIIERIDAN Mount Vernon, Nru: York St. Ursula K.Il.S. 3, 4. llvd. thx- illustrious hrother of an illustrious Stvpinac graduate of last it-ar, will gin- tht- Nlarlucs an opportunity to kvep his hair short, his hack straight and his qt-s open. 1 "HaIftime Breather." 58 'Q ANDREW CHARLES SIESS Dobbs F1 rry, Nvu: York Sarrczl llvart Shepherd 4g Chvunstry -Ig Football I.V. 2, Varsity 13, 4, Cn-rlnan lilulu lg Glu' Cluh 4, Honor Roll Ig Studi-nt Council I, 4, "ark l, 4. Antly's Q-ffusiu-, frivmlls xsau' nas gist-n to one and all .tt Strpinac and will alssays he rt-lm-nilwrt-tl as his trade- uiark. Ilis addiction to sh-4-plug xsas rarticularly 1-sl' dt-ut in lin-onu-try and lin' iopvs that littlv iuatlu'luatit's will ln- int-lutlvd in his toursn- at Iloly Cross. W-53" ir WILLIAM EARLE SIMONS iVhite Plains, Ncu: York Holy Name of Jesus Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Chemistry Club 4, German Club 1, 2, K.B.S. 3, 4, Mission Crusade 1, Track 1, Varsity 2, 3, -1. Big Bill's confusion about the complexities of marriage was furthered by the Senior religion COUYSE. Despite this, however, and the price of milk, he intends to become a betrayer of bachelorbood as soon as college and Army service will allow him. 'R 1-3 JOHN THOMAS SINNOTT Chappaqua, New York Ss. Mary and John Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Chemistry Club 4, German Club 2, Senior Senate 4, Track 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Usher Society 2, 3, 4. jack could never hope to escape a four year stretch at Holy Cross as he was cap- tain of the tennis team and a brother of two other Stepinac graduates who were shanghaied there. "Have a cup of java." 7 1 r r 1. wx, , .. .-.fr ffrfi'-rr-J' : TERENCE JOSEPH SMITH Larchmont, New York St. Aufrustine Shepherd 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball Class l, 2, Dance Committee 3, Dramatics 4, Glee Club 4, Tennis I.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4. Terry's generous nature and striking artisa tic talents were manifested in his unceas- ing activity on the poster club, stage crew and art staff of the yearbook. Though he is a tennis player of note, he could not be lured to Holy Cross for Pratt Institute of- fered the desired art courses. ir 1 RICHARD TRUMAN SMITH White Plains, New York Holy Name of lexus K.B.S. 3, 4. As his middle name indicates, Dick has been mentally starved for the past five years of Republican "misrule." Possessing excellent marks, a fine mind and an out- standing objective in life, Dick should add luster to the medical profession, mr f. f A PAIQL ANTHONY SOCCODATO New Rochelle, New York St. losvph Altar Boys 1, Baseball I.V. 1, Class Officer 2, Dramatics 2. 3, 4, Cleo Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Student Council 3, 4. Paul will long be remembered for his sing- ing and acting ability as visibly mani- fested in the serious role of Karl Franz in "Student Prince" and the humorous character of the Cowardly Lion in the "Wizard of Oz." Paul hopes to be able to tear away from baseball and golf every now and then in order to throw his ener- gies into the development of his vocal talents. x. Peckskill, New Basketball Class I. 2, 3, Business Club 4, Dance ming 4. JEROME JAMES SMITH Eastchvrtcr, New York Immaculate Heart of ,Vary Baseball JN. 3, Basketball IN. 2, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, I-imitball Varsity 3, Senior Senate -1, Spanish Club 2. Jerry hopes to become a millionaire on the money sau-d from his failure to visit bar- ber shops, His ability to play the atcordian should make him popular among his fellow serucenien. after at least two years of Lol- lege have been completed. 1 FREDERICK JOHN SPAETH York St, Columbamu Biology Club 2, Committee 2, 3, -4, German Club 1, 2, K.B.S. 3, 4, Swim- Future circumstances will determine for Fred his choice of college. St. 1erome's in Canada or the Air Force OCS will find this "Arkansas" traveler from Peekskill a fine addition to their ranks. 53 MATTHEW JAMES STRACHAN A111511 y, Nr il' York Uur 1.111151 of P4 rpwfuul 11117: Busini-ss C,lub 2. 3, -13 K.ll.5, 1, 2, E, 41 Prt-fs-ct lg Xiission ffrusadt- 4, Track l. 7 j,Y,, Varsity .., 3. Nfatt got .1 big kick out of his participa- tion in this Mark musical coinm-fly. Al- though profinia-nt in this fu-ld. Matt is hvadt-d for more- st-rious goals aitwr a thor- ough training at Boston Collt-gt-. -91 any 'Run' RONALD PASQLALE TEDESCO JOSEPH MICHAEL SLLLIYAN Yonkers, Nc-u: York St. joseph Baseball IX, 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Business Club ig Class Officvr 3. 4g Football IX. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Student Council 45 Senior St-natv 4, Track 1, Varsity 3, 4. This yt-ar's Frm-shxnan Prmiclt-nt found Span- ish to his liking whilt- History did not shan- such high honors. llm' fm-ls that ht- could do wvll in collt-gv but ft-ars that Unch- Sam thinks othrruisv, JOHN TYNAN TAYLOR Ilauqlhornr-, Nm: York Holy Rosary Band 2. 3, 4, Scif-ntific Socit-ty 1. jack's uidm- knoulz-dgv of automatic fin-- amis almost 1-ncouragz-d him at tiniz-s to spa-c-tl up sc-rxitv .it thc- lunch count:-r. Not many tuachtrs know of this hobby, though it will bt- a good bargaining point at Manhattan. t .4 1 w PAl'I. FRANCIS TECAN Mount Vvrmm, Xt u York 51111411 111 rlrf Cc-nnan Club 2, Sxxunnung 'l't.un l, 2, l, -4. SYIOOUIH-I Pool. sliooting stars, .mtl sunnl mill! pools an- thi' triad ulthln xxbith Paul lin-s and lure-athvs. 'libv Nntf should ta tinut- this happy Q-xistt-nct'. Hartsdalc-, New York Sacrlfd Heart Aquinas Society 2, 3, 4, Crusadvr 1, 2, 3, 45 German Club 1, 25 Honor Roll lg K.B.S, 3, 45 Public Speaking 1, 2. Thoughtful Rnnniv found ample rt-ward for his diligt-nov in scit-ntific studit-s in Invin- ln-rship in the Aquinas Socit-ty and tht- an- nual awards of mvdals for scholastic vx- Ct-llt-ncc, uf which ht- was oftt-n thx- dl-- serving rt-cipit-nt. Thv pri-st-nt dearth of Scicncc tcachc-rs will bv slightly diminisht-d in thu future by this 1-agn-r studz-nt of tht- sciences. "The price of the Yearbook has gone up to 550. 54 GEORGE ROBERT TETAZ Mamaronz-ck, New York St. Vito Basketball Intramural 1. 2. Bob would be right at bonu- in old Vienna wht-rv tht- bt-t-r and tht- uint- art- always in 1-qual supply with tht- be-autiful music. Howl-vt-r hz- had bt-ttvr rc-pt-at at lt-ast ont' st-ction of the third yt-ar rt-ligion umursv bcfurc- 1-ntl-ring tht- svrvicr. V . PATRICK JOSEPH TICHE White Plains, New York St. Bernard Basketball I.V. 2, Intramural 2, F35 Bowl- ing 4, Business Club 1, 2, 3. Only Booklet-4-ping could pe-rsuadc Pat to do homt-work at all for History almost can- rt-llcd his 1-nthusiasm for tht- forrnvr. AS his scrvict- choicv, Pat prvft-rs tht- Air Fort-L-, '. 1, . X-4 . ,h . R., -1 3 :ei V, .aw-sl 'J il 'N THOMAS JOSEPH TRACY Yonkers, New York St. Bartholomew Biolozy Club 2, Chemistry Club -45 Ger- man Club 1, 2, Scientific Society 2, 3. Tom's Honorable Mention in the school Science Contest in junior year gave full indication of future success as a science major. Vfrestling was his hobby, but it did not help him come to grips with the mystery of Geometry. RICHARD JOHN TRAEB Tuckahoe, New York Immaculate Conception Shepherd 4, Bowling 4, Business Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club -1. Dick found his bookkeeping experience most practical when trying to keep tabs on his extensive record collection, in view of the fact that weekend homework necessitated an efficient cataloguing system. He hopes to further his business career at college where he will take up administration. JOSEPH THOMAS TRAPP Scarsdale, New York Immaculate Heart of Mary Basketball Ig LV, 2, Chemistry Club 45 Class Officer 1, 2, 4, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Football IX. 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4g K.B.S. 3, 45 Prefect 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Sen- ate 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 15 Track I.V. 2. Big Joe was agile on the football field and as a member of the Scarsdale "Terror Five." His outstanding performance as Catholic High School "I.ineman of the NVeek" in the Hayes game- brought him to the attention of many football scouts. Short lunch periods were the px-t pt-eve of tht- monstrous alligator hunter. 'Hi there, Father McCarthy. ELMER GEORGE VAIL Mount Vernon, New York St. Catherine Shepherd 4g Altar Boys 45 Basketball In- tramural 2, Business Club 3, 4g Cheer Iqeahde-ill-Ig junior Prom Committee 3, K.B.S. This hard-working Senior takcs tremendous pride in the fact that Stepinac won the Football Co-Championship in 1955. This pride is indicative of his school spirit. Even- tually headed into the Air Force, "Elts"' immediate plans include the revenue reapa ing institution called work. yn FRANCIS XAVIER VAN HOUTEN Pcckskill, New York Assumption Baseball I.V. 1, Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Class Officer 1, 2g K.B.S. 1, 2, 53, -4, Mission Crusade Public Speaking 1. Rt-d's fondness for the freedom of the golf course suffered a severe setback whenever Fr, Sullivan enunciated the restricting regu- lations concerning hitch-hiking. VVorcester or Rose Hill will find his congeniality a wonderful antidote for the prosaic work of pre-med studies. .f ,C tr' .1 s- FRANCIS ISADORE TUCCERI Peckskill, New York Assumption Biology Club 2, Class Officer 25 Dance Committee 84 Cen-nan 1, 2, Physics Club 3. "Tuch's" silence in religion class is hard to fathom for it might have been due to either sleep or deep intl-rest. Some college will be favored with his interest in en- gineering. 55 1 JOHN WILLIAM VAN TASSEI.. YVhitc Plains, New York St. Anthony Class Officer 2. Vt'estchester County Airport is to he en- trusted to the eagle-eyed surveillance of this member of the Air National Guard. The strict discipline expected in this posi- tion will warmly remind him of a long- time friend, Fr. Sullivan. U scholar from Sleepy Hollow will devote the GEORGE MICHAEL VERDISCO Tuckahoe, New York Immaculate Conception Shepherd 4, Chemistry Club 4, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4. George's outstanding performances as 3 dj5. tance man on the varsity track team won him many distinctions. He has eamed en- ough scholarships to go to school for the rest of his life. This fine student and track- man hopes to join A1 Hoddinott at George- IUWD. 'if , i XM 4 DONALD EDWARD VILLENEUVE North Tarrytown, New York St. Teresa Chemistry Cluh 4, German Club 1, 2, 3. Coin collecting was an all-consuming hobby and left little time for other activities out- side of the Chemist ' Club. This dormant THOMAS LEONARD YIZIOLI Hartsdale, New York Sacred Heart K.B.S. 2, 4, Spanish Cluh 4. Viz's preoccupation with truck gardening and the mysteries of vs-getahle life have in- fluenced his choice of a colleile. 'iliiggrr and hetter gardens in VVestchester" will he his motto after his return from the VVest. JOHN KEVIN WALSH Valhalla, New York Holy Name of Jesus Shepherd 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Class Officer 3, Crusader 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Committee, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Swing Band 4, Track Cross Country 1, 2, 3. Any teacher, who committed the fatal mis- take of making jack laugh, dreaded a repetition. The sport's columns of the Crusader and the sports layout of the Shep- herd stand as tributes to his diligence and literary talents. same energy to an engineering career. ANTHONY CARROLL WARD Scarsdale, New York St. Pius X Shepherd 4, Altar Boys I, 2, Baseball JN, 1, Basketball 1, Class 2, 3, 4, Cm- sader 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Football Varsity Manager 2, 3, K.B.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Mission Crusade 2, Sodality 2, 3, 4, Spanish Cluh 2, 3, 4, Usher Society 3, 4. Never a respecter of upper-classmen, Tony was thrilled hy the junior victory in the Junior-Senior Basketball Toumey in junior year. The college of Tony's choice must be one with uesprit dc corps" comparable to that of the Marines. His own school spirit and enthusiasm for all things Stepi- nac were above question. jun' K RONALD KURT WAYNE W'hite Plains, New York St. Bernard Altar Boys l, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Bowling 4, Chemistry Cluh 4, Crusader 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, McCloskey Volunteers I, Mission Crusade 1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4, Scientific Society 3. Ronnit-'S phonetic spelling was the despair of all teachers and a contrihuting cause to his middle class marks. The Navy should profit hy his genial attitude of cooperation and proficiency. S3 -V il 4' WILLIAM I'Al'L WEBBER Yonkurs, New York St. Hrlflliolrirriftl' Chemistry Clulw 4, Electronics Cluh I, General Science Clulm 1, German Club l. 2, K.B,S. I, 2. 3, 4, Prefect 3, Scientifig Society 2. Hill wax profoundly' influenced hy the sound of lug vtords and alntruxe questions. Ham radio aetixities and scientific curio sity should make this Stn-pinac man in excellent unnmumcations enguum-r. his . if , fut 3 'Ni RICHARD WILLIAM WEIILE Yonkers, Xen' York Annumwulion Class Officer 1. 1, I-'ootlmll j.Y. 2, fier- man Club 2, Missions Crusade -l, Scien- tific Society lg Track l. "1Vhale" chow the pn-rf:-tt lialutiit for his ure lourneys when he :ln-tulml that tht- fivy would he ilneu the lwnt-fit of his services. THOMAS ALBERT WHALEN llfhite Plains, New York St. john the Erangellsf Shepherd 3, 4, Altar Boys 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Crusader 3, 4, Dance Comg mittee 3, 4, Clee Club -4, Honor Roll 1, junior Prom Committee, K.B.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Prefect 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 13, Stage Man- ager 4, Sodality 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Ushers Society 3, 4. Perhaps the largest contributor to Stepinac Activities in the Senior Class, Tom has dis'- tinguished himself by his willingness to help any person or project in trouble. He hopes to get into VV1.-st Point, if not, he plans to enter V.M.I. DONALD ARTHUR WHAMOND Rye, New York Resurrection Shepherd 4, Chemistry Club 4, Dance Com- mittee 3, 4, Football I.V. 2, Varsity 3, -4, Clee Club 3, 4, K.B.S. 2, I3, 4. Don was more easily upset by snide re- marks, aimed at his questions in class, than by the loss of one tooth playing football. He is upset even more, however, by the prospects of a blind date, for it is rare when they turn out well. This smiling gentlemen scholar from Rye will add polish CHRISTOPHER GEORGE WILBUR Scarxdale, New York Our Lady of Fatima Aquinas Society 2, 3, Bowling 1, Chemistry Club 4, Crusader l, 2, 3, 4, Debating Society 3, German Club 2. Chris's quiet exterior was almost completely shattered when he received a week's "jug" for merely losing his shoes in school. His assiduous reading qualified him as one of the best-read Seniors. to the halls of Georgetown. 3' 1 ROBERT THOMAS WILLOUGHBY Yonkers, New York St. Mary Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Chemistry Club 4, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, German Club 1, junior Prom Committee, K.B.S. 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Hop Committee, Track 1. Bob's crusade to improve the water in the drinking fountains has become an annual plank in the election platforms. His hegira, from one end of the school to the other "sans souliers" was a memorable interlude in his sojoum at Stepinac. JOHN THOMAS YANNUZZI Mamaroneck, New York St. Vito Altar Boys 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Intramural 1, 2, Dance Committee 4, Italian Club 1, 2, 3, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4. john was well-known for his ability to de- lay normal course of progress through a textbook by his questions, usually sensible but always time consuming, His choice be- tween a career in professional golf, law, or froth, will be put aside for several years at east. , Tir . HX . lf'-'. iff 4 ' 1- 0 ROBERT ARTHUR YOSTON White Plains, New York Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Baseball I.V. 2, Basketball Class German Club l, 2. l, 2, 3, "Yogi" found homework very tiring and boring for it deprived him of time which could have been used to better advantage on his splendiferous Ford. If homework must be done, history was preferred to biochemistry. VERNON FRIEDRICH ZOPES Mt, Vernon, New York St. Catherine Shepherd 4, Business Club 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 8, 4, K.B.S. 2, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4. Vem leans toward such exacting subjects as Bookkeeping and Algebra. The rich color of the sonorous Spanish language failed to alleviate his strong sentiments against homework. ...ff BRUCE JOSEPH ZUK Yonkers, New York Most Holy Trinity Basketball Class l, 2, 3, Class Officer 4, Football j.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Scientific Society l. Cenial Bruce is hoping for the impossible, a good engineering course plus time to play football and his large collection of rock 'n' roll records. Unfortunately, the Superintendent at the Air Force Academy does not look with favor upon this program. 1 Y F3 pg ix Sf 1 X, Lou' tlzysvlf Iasf: vlzvrisll thosv lwarls that hate tlufeg Corruption wins not more' than honvstj Slill in thy riglzl 11111111 furry gvntlff pvacff, Tosi1vr1r'1'f'r11'i0115 f0Ilgllf'Sl bv jusl, and fvar 1101: Lv! 11111110 P11115 thou lll'lIl.Sf 111 br' thy 0ountry's, Thy Coffs, and truflfs. King Hvnrj' l'III. .-lv! 111.51-ww II 7 'v' w"P V""A J I iam., I -X l Activities "Winn, me afraid of a girl?" K. Keating, M. Strachan and Chorus. Isn z Kansas a fau-yland9 H Dwyer E Gallagher The Lullaby Leaguers Pat Arens T Russo G Arrasate 60 The Wizard The plcsentatlon of The Wlzard of Oz represented for the Dramatlc SOCICIY a change of pace a SW1lCll that proved every blt as successful as prevlous trlumphs Thls year s productlon not only contmued the tradxtxonally hlgh professlonal standards, but ln some cases managed to better them Helene Dwyer, a Good Counsel sophomore more than capably filled the role of Dorothy, the mnocent Kansas farm girl who IS whisked to the land of Oz by a vxolent tornado lt was through the PICCOCIOUS curlosltv of Doro thy that the fantasy land of Oz, ln all 1ts humor and satlre, was brought to life for the audience More than once the younv Dorothy caused us to reflect upon the wxsdom of youthful dreams Helene Dwyer can look forward to two more years of Steplnac prodactlons 1n whlch she wlll un douhtedly take a leading role lf thls year s performance IS any mdlcatxon of her potentlal JS' 1.4.1 Prmczpals Standing Fr Cushman Drrector P Bourher R Cavallo J Vltuccx R LaBru Lhoreographer lr W McCann Muslc Dxrector Szlnng P Soccodnto E Gallagher H Dwyer R OKeefe --l 41? P"hvQ The flrst of three Ozlan characters that Dorothy met was the Scarecrow Dxck OKeefe, surpasslng by far the ex pectatxons prompted by his portrayal of Hubert ln ' Stu dent Prmce, made up ln splrxt and enthuslasm for what the Scarecrow lacked ln brama Lots of people get along fme wlthout hrams, was the leeson well presented by the sentimental Scarecrow Our Senior Presldent Bob Cavallo, was the biggest dxscovery of the season H12 warm por W e represent the Lollipop Culld Gallagher H Dxuer lx Keating B Cosacchl F Walh C. Ryan Leave me alone' I Vltuccl H Dwyer trayal of the Tm Woodman IH search of a heart wlll long outlive his fame as a polltlclan He countered quite phllo sophlcally to the Scarecrow 5 statemc nt with What good are hralns lf you haven t got a heart ' Paul Sovcodato, the Karl Franz of bygone years, gan a completcls umnhlhlted mterpretatlon to the part of the Fowarclls LION Hts fawn lnf antics drew round aftm r round of xpplau 0 and laughter 1 1 ht after mght The I lon rather su tfullw 1 hed I WlSl1 the great Oz would gnc me somf courave o I could aek one of these prettv g.,1rls to dance Girls Chorus Sitting: G. Mieczkowski, P. Peppard, F. Kadela, M. Brady. Kneeling: V. Ceccon, M. lakfel, T. Maher. E. McCovern,'M. Cohane. Standing: J. Detta, M- 0'NCll, B. Capuano, P. Hanifer, B. Markert, S. Sousa, D. Binge. Gzrls Chorus Sutmg P ONexl P Rodxer P Waters E Klernan Kneeling R Freedson M Qumlan, R Fasolmo A Bellanger K Klely Standing R Troster M Spiegel J Desnoyers M Burke 61 The four witch roles were Zlflll'llI'2llJlX ca t Lovely Elleen Gallagher wa perfect ln her ta e clehut .1 the kmdly and heautlful Sorceress of the North More than once ln true Somewhere over the rambow H Dwyer X 3 f-F' -atv How long do you slay fresh UI that tm can of yours? R Cavallo P Soccodato, H Dwyer R 0 Keefe Boys Chorus Kneelmg J balme E Parr R Magdelaln P Cox W Colhns btandmg R Wayne E Ryan K Ectlesme P Herbert J McLaughlin F Llnlds 62 story hook style she appeared 111 a puff of smoke to rescue Dorothy and her chums from lll9ll' latest perll Jo Anne VIIUCCI threw herself whole hcartedly 1nto the role of the Wlcked Wnch of the West She managed qtute capably to flll ll wlth the evil and mvectne necessary to balance the apparent perfection of the land of Oz In support of tlus endeavor, Carol Kadela and Hannah Daly the ghouhqh gxrlfnends of the Wicked Wltch, shrleked and howled thelr way through the most humorous scene of the whole show the Wltch s teaparty The role of the pompous pohtlcally prudent overcau tlous Mayor of Munchlun Clty was polished to perfection by Ken Keatmg: Barbara Kane as Dorothy s Aunt Em de plcted a convlncmg farmer s wlfe, always concerned as to the whereabouts of Dorothy Pete Forte as Uncle Henry lfx rf x ffqf tx W6- P' 'Wk' V951 11" 'Wm in Hows about stmng thus one out honey f V Ceccon P Soccodato W Collins G Pntaro ' . S 1 gl ' 1 . 'v i Jf-:Q - . l A , ' 9 4 . . . U . , . I f , ' . . , , 1 V. ' ' . . F 9 e ' 4 ,U ' U M A . ,' 7 , 9 ' . . . , . ' 5 I 7 .2 ' f A -A if H TY K , KW . ff , , ,, I A 5. 1 , A' L A -. V ,, . J, V 1 f . -' s if 'Q f - .' v ii M - if. ' 597' L ' f. - H a .tf W f . A +2 1. - - vt' ' tx of ' ' i lllfli ' 'df,,f,4,' V filx Q, 4 A' - - . s J ' f , . ,J V PS U I 1 , 9 1 3 is ,fit , 4' tl, y as---f4g'Tl1". t ' - .f-gs. t e ll aa as , t ' ' -L' K " . ' ,. - ..r: .f b 'W Z-5. x xy 5: as 1 i. - - ,fu 'L' EF . : . , . , . , . . X st' . 5 r Q IV V' ,A ' ff ,,:Q s f Q" rg X 1 , ' , s ' t .QP . -,I , il ' ' H 9 . , . . , . - l I H. N : , - , . . , - s 1 , ' . : . , u . i, l . - ' , . , . ' , s 1 sllarcd hm-1' cont-4:rn and just managed to Outrun the ap- proaching tornado and shepherd his brood into the storm cellar. Jeremiah Mahoney, the sole private in the Uzian army, tickled the universal revolutionary spirit with his mutiny against the fifteen generals. As a four year mem- ber of the Dramatic Society, Pete Bourlier lent a profes- sional caliber to the part of the Wfizard. His voice boomed with awesome terror until he was exposed as merely a "first rate humbug". The lackadaisicalness of the Kansas farm scene was enhanced hy the lackadaisicalness of one Joe Petrillo, a very lackadaisical person in his own right. Richard Nagle's performance as the first general marked him for plays yet to come. The Old Oz Lady, played hy Bianca Capuano. drubhed the Cowardly Lion convincingly with her lethal umbrella, while Pete Kelly's portrayal of Lord Crowlie, the Wizard's right hand man. could not have been improved fi ti lf! is , ,,. in ' -"'9rn- Boys Chorus Kneeling: P. Zavaglia. B. Cosarrhi, C. Ryan, F. Walsh, P. Uirr, WV. Lyn:-h. Standing: D. Bernarfli, R. Mangone, P. McHugh, A. lliano, A. livuns, W. Quinn, M. Creevan, L. Cox. E. Milbury, M. Sullivan. . .v . lr 'I ,-, 4 wt l--7 f' 3, , , ' ,g-ge, , , -' 1. ' -5 ' . I ' ' . . . , QTEK ft. "in 4 f "I could be another Lincoln." R. 0'Keefe. Our own draft dodgers. Girl Dancers Sitting: S. Costa, A.Fennel, A. Hunerberg, C. Browne. Standing: C. Pitaro, B. Kinsley, 1. Thornton, J. Lloyd, A. MacAdams, L. Matarese. 653 I am Oz the great and terrible R Casallo, H Dwyer, P Bourller When a man s an empty kettle R Cavallo one 1013 Denms Delorxer, as Tlbla, tl1e skeleton butler of the Wicked W xtch of the W est, dress gasps of surprnsm when hrs ultra vlolet form seemed to appear hom nouherc. Under the dlrectxon of Father Wllllalll Nlfb mn, who knows not only his musle, but lus studtm- as sull the year the orchestra, composed II1dllllN ol btepmat stud: nts was C0lllPllIIlCIltLd by several buddlnfv urtuosos from White 1,ldll'lS, A B Davls and XVdSlllUgll0l'l H1 h school and lent beautiful support to the entlre produetnon Ihr lllOlll1, as usual, demonstrated a professxonal ffrasp of thc mu 11 and mastered the dlfflcultles of reaetxm to the at Alfred Hitchcock Presents 64 tlon onstage, so xery lmportant to the total 1 fleet dt -lred lht vflZ8I'd of Oz was a field day for Ray LIB111 and lu terpsxc horean dew otees Due to hls genius and thc mans lonff hours of practlee turned 111 bv the dancer the chore ography wlll long be remembered The settlngs, as mdespenslble as they were ln crm atlnff a fantasy land effect mere, understandably an LYIIOIUCIV It has twice the pick up' J. Vnuccx, C Kadela, H. Daly, D Delorler , ' xy wi. I K v A V A X V an , :sv I t f 2 . . . l ' . , I f A V E ' r 3' j -' ' V, 1 in U 'll . 9 , 'A'-n' 3 I ' I V. t t t Q '5lQ W 1 ' 1? : A ' ,. 1 , ' . s 1 p f i 'ff 5 Q. ei A 2 W A A I . 1 . . '4 A u li . . . I L 1 K- 4 K- ' u 7 h orchestra and chorus turned ln superb performances. This 9 ' ' .9 ,N . 1 ' 7- ' ' . ' . I 8 3 L-7 ' 5 4 ' V' . N . . . U K . ' . 1 . . . .xg K 5 S 1 1 . l . i I ' 1 I 1 4 I- 1 1 . 1 rl 1 lf K ' :- gp 1 i v . ,, . I ' . 5 I 2 . .S h ,7 . . . S E 1 Y 2: N . ' ' 51 ' ' K t - ' T U W lk .- X 3 ,f K, . X -' .X X K Q . W 2 , .- 1 A 'N . ' Z xv t e ' I , I x ' I '- N 1 sc - - A- as lmportant part of thls years show Credlt for these crea tlons goes to Terry Smlth, Frank Chllds and Tony Pughese The fledglmg Speclal Effects Department, under the super v1s1on of Claude Ceccon, came up wlth startling, lf not terrlfymg, answers to several of the more lntrlcate produc tion problems, as did the llglltlllg effects produced by Art Tflfarl and the dCSlgIl1l1g of the revolvlng bridge by Ed Brown The stage crew performed with mars elous precl sion and CRICICIICY under the dlrectlon of Tom Whalen, Stage Manager HClP1Hg out behmd the scenes and 1n The task of coordmatmv so manv complex., concurrent operatlons falls ultlmatley upon the shoulders of one man Once agaln thls Hercult an duty dcwolvul upon Father James Cashman Employlnv eu ry tuck from diplomacy to cajolery Father Cashman manavcd the coalltxon of the many talents lnto one moothlv operatlnff team NX llll0lll lus firmness, patlence, and tact, the show could not possl bly have been the success that lt was Gone' Hey that must be the same stuff my laundry uses If I only had the nerve P Soccodnto Gomg Gomg X X . . , . I . . . . 1 ' C ' 3 . . . . .I . - 75 many important ways was Roy Ruheli as Student Director. U .f . . Y' O 7 X l I . . . 'Y 7 I C! ' ,, S I ' ' ' 5 . I' I n o n .S ,, ' as Orchestra Warner I Kindermann Father Willi'1m McCann Front Row: J. Thompson, N. ' , .. , ' . , E. Cohen, L. Wynn, M. Grimes. Serond Row: L. Lancto, W. Quadt, W. Hallinan, R. Preston, B. Lane, J. Kearns. D. DeLuca, P. Foraste, R. Graap. Back Row. M Truglio, P. Loretan, T. Carpenter, R. Berlingo, R. Bnrz, H. Nevins, J. Shanahan, T. Winn. "Scarecrow, you need new stuffin' " P. Soccodato, D. Delorier. R. Rubeli, Student Directorg T. Smith, Set Designerg T. Pugliese, Set Designer. Boy Dancers Kneeling: W. Webber. J, M01-gado, B, Dwyer, J- Mahoney. T. lvl.-they, T. Nixon. Standing: R. Re, F. Heany, T. O'Neill, R. Nagle, E. Trovato, P. Kujawski, W. Collins. "What's the mutter with you, Lion?" i KL N P. S04-codalo, R. Cavallo, R. O"Keefe, 66 and Chorus. L at Harold Nevins i X 1 4 tp I . tx l Music Department The Music Department incorporates many varying phases of the extra-curricular life of the school. Within its scope is the everpopular March Band, the Swing Band, the Senior Glee Club and Orchestra. All of these activities are under the supervision of our musical director, Father McCann, and capable assistant, Mr. John Reilly. Of tantamount importance in arousing school spirit are the lively strains of the Marching Band, composed of about sixty members. Entertaining at each Football game, at rallies and assembly programs, it not only encourages and inspires confidence. in the team, but it also enlivens the crowd with the music essential to lifting their spirits. The Marching Band plays during the game and displays its distinctive marching techniques, including intricate ma- neuvers and formations, during the half time. Their marching finesse was displayed during many public ap- pearances in parades, such as the Saint Patrick's Day Pa- rade and the Memorial Day Celebration. With the coming of Spring, the Band alternated he- tween playing march pieces predominantly and emphasiz- ing other numbers of classical or popular theme and thus reassembles as a Concert Band. One of the greatest tributes to the Music Department is the large percentage of Band members who had never touched a musical instrument before coming to Stepinac but who, through the efforts of Fr. McCann and Mr. Reilly, have learned to play. Richard Barz 'T f4"""'i -,,., , -A AL' 68 Prominent as an important st-etion of the Music De- partment is the lllgllllf-I't'Q1iil'tlt?1l Swing Band which supplies vivaeious popular musit- for the st-hool dances anul other commitments throughout the t'0lllll?. This year the leafl- When the -aint- go marching in . . ." ership of tht- Swing lianel fell to the we-ll-qualifit-sl lliek Bari. lit- provefl his t'llIllIN'l1'llt'f hy forming a soeial or- ehestra ranking among those of tht- highest ealilrer. Vlllll' Senior Ulm- lilulr has harmonize-fl beautifully with the other :st'f'tiUIls0l'lll1' Ylusif- ll:-pairtnn-nt. lfvell the prae- tiee sessions of this organization proviiletl entertainment for those wanlle-ring past the Nlusie room on Nlonmlays or Wvetlnestlays. for invariahlj this eorritlor was fillt-tl with the most enjoyahle of moloalin-s. I'lYl'Il more delightful are the two annual eoner-rts whit-In are enthusiastically awaited by every member of the sa-hool. Thi- Glee Cluh usually joined with a girl's school ehorus in the vicinity of Stepinac' so that a full Glee Cluh with its varying ranges and tonal effects may he employerl. Following this pattern. for the Decemher concert of Christmas songs the Stepinae Glee Cluh cornhinetl with the Saint Catharineis Glce Club from the Bronx and. for tht- Spring Festival. with a portion of the Girls Chorus from Uur Laely of Victory High School in Tarrytown. 'wi aff' aft EL MW Winter Concert Ftepinae and St. Catharine Glee Clubs. Dance Band Sitring: T. Pugliese. G. Sicatelli, M. Leonard, R. Barz, P. Foraste. Standing: J. Walsh, D. Deluca, A. Gressel, T. Carpenter. I.. Lancto, P. Loretan, H. Nevins, R. Barz. 69 .v :Nia C. 1 '. R, , Ay .QC c q,, yr I Y 1 X-4, ay , ' 5 -,"' 6 g "is -V 1 . I - , Ls ' cr ' - .. .,,.. .u A an 71 "' "' .. - I B N WI! 'fi Q 7 'Q v 5 ' f uw wwf 5 " , fg , V' 5 , , -Q,-gg J I ' 1' s 4 f 4 I ' , -.. y 4 iran .'t" Q? F 0 N , 51 -on -'Q S ,sat if The- Urchs-stra. which for thc sn-cond yt-ar in ai row ac- companied thc school play. is composed of both Stcpinac musicians and othcrs irom around the county. This year thc school prcscntcd thc musical comcdy "'l'I1c Wizard of Uzi' with the skill so germanc to a Stcpinac dramatic production. 'flu' ll1'i'0lllIlllIlflIlgl orchcstra was cited as worthy of spccial praisc. Thc ultimatc climax of all thc activitics of the Music Dcpartmcnt is tht- annual Spring Concert in which most of thc divisions of this dcpartmcnt display thcir talcnt and ac- complishmcnt to tht- watchful cycs and cagcr cars of thc music-loving puhlic. A-Xdorncd in thcir stunning new uni- forms tht- Band put forth an show that will not casily hc forgottcn. It playcd Illilllf' pic-ccs which hrought hack nos- talgic mcmorics to many of thc audicncc. The- Scnior Glcc Cluh did cqually wcll. coupling its scrious numhcrs with thosc of lcss gravity for comic rclicf. Thv Swing Band prcscntcd anothcr of its lllf'Ill0I'iilDll' pcrformanccs so well notcd hy cnthusiusts of popular music at Stcpinac. Thr- 'S k x Js' x X ' xi ic is hustin' out all on-r A x "You alone." 71 H r ,f "The Professor" tackles Chopin. Margaret Baur of Sl. Calharine's sings. Ground Crew of the Brass Octet T2 5 at 7' Concert Band pays tribute to u master--Glenn Miller . . . cntirc pcrforinancc provokcd niuch worthy applause and a lnultitudc of congratulatory remarks. It well exempli- ficd the musical ahility of thc participating performers and thc outstanding lcadcrship of Fathcr McCann and Mr. Reilly. The Music Department constitutes an important part of school 'life-. lt contrihutcs such varicd activities in the musical fif-ld that. as onc nluy wcll imagine, it attracts many students. But it is not only the nunlhers it draws to its rostcr. it is thc high standard of production that gives it prccniincncc ovcr other similar programs. . . . and to rn patron--St. Patrick. lil 91' T4 EDITORJN-CHIEFFAKEU ?i1u1G:aa:Zl:y3m0derator. - , ose Sitting:SrRr?diri1lxlNEf'irhIdi1hvrFisher and Jvlm Walsh' ri - ' he "' SENIOR WRITERS Sitlingr John St'll0t'Illt'l'. Anthony Ward. :ind Ronald Tedeseo Slunrling: Chris Vfilhur und l'uul St'llt'llhil!llIll8l'. With the approach of its tenth anniversary this Fall, the Crusader has reached its literary maturity. The decade of "growing painsv and inexperience has ceased, leaving the Crusader a recognized, first-rate publication. This is evidenced hy the recent awards the paper has received in the various press contests of general competition. The Crusader merited an "All,Catholic" rating from the Catholic Press Association and captured first place honors in the Columbia Press Association's annual contest. These honors have firmly established the Cru- sader in the eyes of the scholastic press world as an ideal model for secondary school press en- deavors. The proficient editors of this chronicle and other prominent members of the staff were honored with medals of the Quill and Scroll as- sociation at the end of the year. The Crusader offers a fine opportunity to any individual desiring to express his artistic talents through the media of writing, drawing and photography. Many of these newspaper- world-neophytes composed the staff and af- forded Father MeCarthy with a strong nucleus of writers and reporters. Father Mc-Carthy and his editorial staff are to he congratulated for their fine work in raising the Crusader to new literary heights. -s Ez!! sad QT h is FEATVREF, ,-KRT. BIASINESS ANU PHOTOGRAPHY Siliing: John Trifuri. flluudc- Cf-1-r-on, Ronald l.aBrusriuno, James Lawler, and Paul Frnralxlf-. Standing: Frank flhifzxri. Anthony Puglif-se. Peter Silvuin. Mir-huel Kumuhura and Kevin Keogh. C rusader he REPORTERS. JYNIOR EDITORS rwsad Siiling: Robert Magdeluin. Robe-rt Mangone. Kevin Bl14'lilf'y and Richard Madden. Standing: Frank wvlllrll, Hivhael Totaro. Brian Collins. Roderivk Dowling. Pufqualo Zavagliu. and Theodore JHIIICS. 8 P o Q vi ,, ljr f -7 I. f .l a l lf? h EDITORI XI. ST 'XI-'F Sitting: I. Schoemer. Ijtvmry Editor: P. Bour- lier, Editor-in-Chief: J. Wal-h. Sport- Editor: Paul Coughlin. Standing: T. Fi-her: Fr. Rampe. Assistant Moderator: Fr. Lyons. Moderator: J. hIl'I.LlUfZiIliH. Shepherd A 5' f ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS Sitting: C. Cer-r-on, R. I,uBrusvi:mo. T. Smith, D. Jones. Standing: T. Pugliese. J. Pit-trusewicz, T. McDonald. R. Pasqua. BUSINESS STAFF Sitting: T. Dwyer, T. Whalen. Business Man- agerg I. Calloway. Standing: A. Sic-ss, I. Trapp I. Flanagan, C. McGrath, M. Hannan. 76 -'kMZ:P"'? ' .- I K., 1 , . TYPISTS 7 foreground: J. Balro. C. Yerdisco, J. Huff. Hurkground: E. Vail. R. Trauh, V. Zopes, R. Magdalf-in. Standing: J, Reilly. ,'-A as-Qlllu 77 The Shophr-rd has won a sizcalalv numlwr of awards during its com- parativvly lrrif-f history. Chit-f among tln-sv are- Nl:-dalist and First Place awards from thi- Columbia S1-hola-tic l'r4-ss Association. By no mere stroke ' of luvk was the- Slu-pllerd so honor:-d for it is only through the diligent efforts of inode-rator. editors and staff that il publication of such high note is produced. The planning. writing. photography. art work and financial arrange- X ments for the Shepherd are the direct responsibility of the student staff. Each year this group puts in many hours to create a Chronicle ofthe mem- orahle events of the school year. This is the primary purposeg prize-taking is only secondary. However. it is through such devotion to the interests of the student body that the Slu-plwrd is an excellent publication worthy of its many awards. -my QI'-Q' LITERARY STAFF Sitthzg: L. Charla, R. Horncastle, C. Buckley, R. Rubeli, R. Dowling, M. Totaro, J. Manfredi. Standing: R. Madden. K. Buckley, B. Collins, R. An- thony, V3 . Choquette, J. McCarthy, J. Trifari, T. James. -1- Front Row: C. Stram, C. Santori. L. Dirksen, H. Wilson. J. Wlalter, D. Pisello. Second Row: A. Riegel, J. Anthony, W. Simons, J. Aschenhrenner, P. Price. Third Row: C. Ryan, P. Ryan. C. Ceecon. D. Bernardi, A. Majthenyi, D. Gerling, A. Pfister. Fourth Row: R. Anthony. V. Boer-ia, J. Genovese, J. Calloway, R. Muller, F. Sorrentino. Back Row: M. Kelly, E. Rambusch, T. Lloyd, J. Homberg, B. Rose. Scientific Society ATICS CUMPUTER ss. ,zz-,','+.-x 3 .' "'v' 41-Q Q U Q I 2- Phil Ryan demon-trntes his Quadratirs Computer. John Calloway explains his Diffusion Cloud Chamber to Alex Majthenyi and Claude Ceccon. 8 9 00 " .ft Once again. this year, the Scientific Society has shown itself to he the leading organization in the technical de- velopment of students. who wish to advance their knowl- edge of the sciences. These workers got their first chance to exhibit their projects in the Third Annual Science Con- test held at Stepinac on December 30th. Philip Ryan won first place with his computer for solving quadratic equa- tions. Other winners were Alex Majthenyi, aspectropho- tometerng John Galloway, "cloud chamberwg C. Douglas Stram. "effects of gravityw: Robert Anthony, "synthetic ruhbernz Joseph Saline. Nspectroscopeng Carmelo Santoro, Hnitrogen fixing hacteriav: Lawrence Dirksen. "why leaves fall"g Arthur Riegal. "sonar", Erik Ramhusch, "heredity in fisl1": David Ryan. "principles of the wind tunnelwg Jay Anthony, 'icerium productsvg and Dan Pisello. "rayon production". The purpose of this first contest was to prepare the students for the competition that followed. On February Sth. several of the hoys from Stepinac journeyed to New I L15 ...frvl viii, +V ff-- K: n f H 'ii qu i 51 5. ,iv , 1. '21 ., I ww Q x gf? I J' iss, if ' . YH 3 .M 1 v N QQ vf 4 -,Q ISDH' '5 ISU?" C ,... f hp , ' 4 I 2,5 ..l Sli 'I .4 , ul . it 'i .Pl Front Row: K- Ecclesine, C- Ryan. P- Zavaslia, A- Trifari, J. Saline, C. Burger. Second Row: A. Walsh, G. Lyddane, N. Broderick, J. Marino, P. Drake, R. Andriola, T. Donnelly. Third Row: I. Cooksey, 1. Cerra, B. Burns, T. McCarthy, R. Aglietti, D. Noonan. Fourth Row: I. 0'Conner, J. Mazzetti, I. Homberg, C. Hauck, G. Wiggers, L. Feret, P. Gangemi. Back Row: P. Gemma, M. Kelly, A. Anthony, T. Lloyd. hysics Club The Physics Club held a number of interesting meetings this year enabling its members to be bet- ter informed in this particular field of Science. The membership. composed entirely of those stu- dents taking the Physics course or who had taken it in previous years, was a more or less fluctua- ting one consisting of ten to twenty fairly steady members. lnstructed by Father Kane the students have learned nmch more about the matter treated in class and performed experiments which could not otherwise have been done because of lack of time. Also considered were the subjects listed as optional by the Physics Syllabus. ln addition. the Clubls ac- tivities were spiced with College Physics when in- terest and perception allowed it. -il Sttttng E Rambusch Br Leroy J Walter Standing. B. Rose, J. Aschenbrenner, G. Henke, P. Rice Sitting. L. Dlrcltsen, H. Wilson, C. Santoro. Standing: D. Gerling. J. Genovese. "W'aldo", F. Sorrentino, J. Aschenbrenner. Biolog lub The activities of the Biology Club. under the direction of Brother Leroy. have heen. for the most part. on an individual basis. The students worked on their own projects. coming up with unusual and exceedingly interesting subjects. The Club boasts a membership of about thirteen and has held only two or three group meetings. lfnder the new system Brother Leroy is open for consulta- tion on the various subjects for which the members have collected material. All in all. the Club has presented an interesting program for its earnest members. Architectural A fledgling society here at Stepinac, the Architectural Club was created to provide students of Mechanical Drawing and the lndustrial Arts with an opportunity for praetieal application of their elassroom- learned teehnique. During its meetings some of the lrasie eoneepts of architectural design and sound eonstruetion praetiee are diseussed and put into worlialile drawings. The eluln llliilxve full use of the various de- signing and drawing- reproduetion aids availalrle at Ftepinav. M. Moraver. J. Sapienza, J. Saline, R. l'anarelli. l'. lfllonnor. SENIOR USHERS Kneeling: T. Dwyer, J. Walsh, R. Rubeli, P. Coughlin. M. Hannon. J. Finnott, A. Ward. Standing: Fr. Stanley Matthews. R. Willoughby. l.. Masterson. D. Judkins, J. Sehoemer. C. Meflrath, J. Trapp. P. Kenny, P. Schellhammer. T. Fischer, J. McLoughlin. Ushers Courtesy. Dependahility, and Ef fieieney, are the words which de- serilme the Ushers, who under the direction of Fr. Stanley Matthews, perform invaluahle service at the various functions of the school. They serve as waiters during the Ladies, Bridge. and as hosts during the many other important events of the school year. During the annual school play. they serve to see that one and all are properly seated for the performance. JUNIOR USHERS Kneeling: D. Madden, R. Madden, P. Fo- raste, R. Magdelain, R. Rayner, J. Manfredi Standing: R. Flintoft, T. Griffin, G. Lyd- dane, T. McCarthy, W. Pfister, C. Buckley J. McSweeney, W. Plunkett, V. Carroll, J. O'Shaunessey. Sitting: T. Dwyer, T. Smith,J. McLaugh- lin, J. Flanagan. Standing: .l. Shoemer. Br. Henignus, E. Ryan, B. Fleming, A. M1-Laughlin, R. Mr-Connell, J. Krauss. D. Jones, NI. Lynch, C. Mt-Grath. Linder the rlircction of Brother Benignus. the members of the French Cluh rcccivefl a hroatler knowledge of the French lanffuage. li' h I b Through a program of French films and records. followed? hy a lt discussion perioml. these Senior stuflents had a first-hand opportu- nity to practice conversational French. Early in the year officers were appointed. They were: J. Sehoemer. President: J. McLaugh- lin, Vice President: and T. Smith. Secretary. Spanish Club The Spanish Cluh is an inseparable part of the Span- ish Class. Memhership is open only to those Seniors studying third year Spanish. lvnrlcr the tlircetion of Br. Thomas Patrick. the memhers have the opportunity of first hancl experience with conversational Spanish hy means of records anfl conversations at the meetings. They learn to appreciate and enjoy the customs and eul- tures of the Spanish speaking countries with an empha- sis on the Mexican styles through reading Spanish hooks. Front Row: J. McCabe, A. Munoz, Bro. Thomas Patrick, J. Chapman. Second Row: J. Walsh, R. Traub, T. Harron. J. Balco. Third Row: M. Alas, R. Rubeli, R. Pannuto. A. Ward. Fourth Row: D. Dakin, J. Reilly, R. Mathieson. Back Row: J. McMahon, EJ. Markham, T. 0'Neill, A. Caley. E " 2 Q-:Dc-A if? i -Q La as 'RMS Jiafx Q Xxfgs lk' xx Q . Q ' x may ,O X ' l.w, , . ' Q i 'N 3 gk, 4.4 4 ,f Ti L. . -,elm 5 ml ia" . J JUNIOR AND SENIOR ALTAR BOYS Fronl Row: P. Dowling. J. Yannuzzi, P. Con- forti. WL Celestino. Second Row: P. Cough- lin. C. Mascari, R. Cisneros, E. Vail. Third Row: R. Wayne. A. Munoz, D. Bernardi, VI Roche. Fourth Row: T. Whalen, P. Fora-te, L. Lombardi. R. Magdelain. Fifth Row: L. Lancto, K. Eeclesine, J. Burke, P. Walz. Sixth Row: J. Huff, M. Coughlin, R. Dowling. J. Durkin. Back Row: R. Pen- nachia. R. Flintoft, W. W'etzel. Altar Boys The Altar Boys assist at all liturgical events at Stepinac, from daily Mass to the most extraordinary and solemn of liturgical functions. To those students not already altar hoys hut who wish to glorify God hy serving Mass at school and in their parishes. Monsignor Ryan offers his free time for their instruction. The entire Altar Boy Society is under the guidance of Father Nlcflaffrey. FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE ALTAR BOYS Standing: Msgr. Ryan and Fr. McCaffrey. Front Roux: W. Careau, W. Hallinan, J. Whalen, R. Diffle. Second Row: C. Rogers, B. Kernan, J. Bourque. F.. Connors. Third Row: F. Burke, D. Fagan, E. Landers, T. Cawley. Fourth Row: M. Starr, F. Somma, R. Saline, D. Ryan. Fifth Row: J. Fitz- simmons, S. Young, P. Rice. R. Comerford. Back Row: J. Murphy, J. Hickey, T. Gaffney, R. Nicol. K.B.S. Homeroom Prefects. '1- -W."-'31 .V'!'. 2 , . K. B. S. The Knights of the Blessed Sacra- ment is the largest of the religious or- ganizations at htepinac. Its main pur- pose is to form other hoy Christs and to prepare good. future. Catholic men through the adoration of Uur Lord Jesus Christ. The memher Knights promise hefore the Blessed Saerament to reeeive Holy Communion weekly. make visits to the Blessed Sacrament whenever pos- sihle and to attend henedietion of the Nlost Blessed Saerament weekly. As Father McCaffrey. its moderator. re- minds the memhers. these promises are not hinding under pain of sin hut are the sincere pledges of Catholic youth to glorify Cod in the manner most edify- ing to Him. CALCIILATINC Sitting D Qymth J. Donahue, P. Wring, R. Morgado J Ryan Standbtg: D. Carpenter, C Wayne T W'ingig, M. Kueheru. TYPING Front Row: P. Carrity, C. Yerdisco, R. Hopkins. Back Row: J. Riedy, J. McCabe, T. Tunoz. The Business Club, moderated by Bro. Douglas C. F. X., is divided into two groups which meet weekly. The overall ob- jective is to further the skills learned in the business classes and to apply them to practical office occupations. The advanced typing group learned such skills as typing stencils, addressograph plates, ditto masters, and other business stencils. They also help the faculty and office with the typing of tests and the sort- ing of mark cards. This year they also extended their aid to the community by typing of envelopes for Easter Seal. The Calculating Group learned to op- erate on a practical level various comput- ers and other office machines. They did advanced work on these machines involv- ing problems which would not he covered during the class period. 5 7 ,f Hmm.: Lis AR A35 I , it f' : I J- .na its .L b"X .. X, fag lldumlln nut! Ja lxvxnu :our .1- , ISHN! IULVIPL Acrusuwt lun ' " i, Q. f' rl . Q iw g . ..- LJ., 'QW' s '-J" BOOKKEEPIING Front Row: J. Farrell, J. Garro. Second Row: N. Simigaglia, T. Meister, E. Robinson. Buck Row: R. Wajonowicz, H. Schwely, W. O,Rourke, J. O'Donnell. Business Club Senior Prom Committee Kneeling: P. Kenny, R. Willoughby, T. CVM-il. T. Rothwell, L. Cox, M. l.awler, J. Fit-rro. Standing: Fr. Stanley Matthews, P. Scbellhammer, M. Moravec, J. Trapp. D. Judkins. R. Egan, M. Flood. Y. Priore. Fr. Stanley Matthews Moderator Kneeling: R. Cavallo, J. Sullivan. Nl. Han non. R. Collier, J. Abbene, J. Yunuzzi, V' Kehoe. Standing: P. DeBenedit-tis. P. Bour- lier, R. 0'Keefe, R. Rubeli, T. Dwyer, A. Ward. Bro. Phillip Neri Moderator C5 Kneeling: A. Pugliese. J. Balco, J. Trifari. D. Frost, T. Whalen, Chairman. Standing: E. Casey, J. 0'Shau- nessey. R. Barz, R. Lombardo. D. Jones. B fr-v I ,t Kneeling: A. llugliese. l". liinderman. F. Grady. J. Sparno, l'. Ranni. J. Saline, Nluntling: XY, Roberts. T. Dempsey, J. Nixon. ll. Clark. lt. lflintoft, l". lleMartino, T. Donnelly. li. Buckley. Dance Committee The Dance Committee. under the direction of Fr. John Gaffney, was responsible for the many regular dances held at Stcpinac. The various members were assigned tasks about a week before each dance. when a committee meeting determined the theme of the dance. These tasks ranged from poster painting to decorating, and even then the work of the committee did not end. During the dance they served refreshments. and before the dance took care of collecting tickets and checking coats. junior Prom Committee The Junior Prom Committee, under the direction of Bro. Phillip Seri, made the Junior Prom an unforget- alrle event in the minds ofthe Juniors. The most notable accomplishment of this committee was the fact that thev,obtained the services of Stan Ru- bin and his Tigertown Five to provide the music at the Junior Prom. Stan. an R. C. A. recording artist. and his outfit were performers at the Grace Kelly-Prince Rainier wedding. The decorations staff and the refreshment group should not be overlooked. They too were instru- mental in making this the crowning event of Junior year. 88 E - A n '!':-:if-'fv':'5Y-7 1 ' k ' 4 l 1 5 3 1 ' Yi ' ' V9 ' 251155 ' , 1- : - rf- - A. ,-LQ: 1 , f ... W A at fffyf H 1 fl ff 4k?f'f'lgfQf"1' "',. 444+ . Q, 45 1, ... ,Z 'E " .' "" 1 1 ' ,541 u-M41 xf N X I 5 , ,Q 1? ' Y x , Yi ' . g . .. in i ' 7- QMS' im, YV kv s. .M 4, 3 .ISL M I , -F 1 .M 0 , N 1 , I ' ' 'QQ ff . ff '1, 2 4A W, 5 'Q I v 5 . - ' v xg I I xv ' ' 7 544 C if - hi M , A , Q4 2 Q 4 f 1 ' 4, 'ag Q Q 9 e ' R , img lik 'f-if 6 Y . f f X , 2. N A - 9? if "4 'A ' .1-" f Q ' z 5. 3, . .- S A I tits ,Af Q + ' Q' if Wo' it In I I 'ai' ' 1 -82 f rv M , , ,Q .4 ' fi? Q. ? W -' WWW- , .V ,,,4.,',5. ,V f Z9 .Q-H55 3 . ' - .?' x"1 , .V w!f,f -- . g ,A wt A, wr, 1 wi' Q ,Y , -.fr-M-14 amuse-1 if-ff I K-Krffm. A4 W f 'P vg'w SCHOOL OFFICERS M. Flood, School President, J. Sullivan, Freshman Presidentg Msgr. Krug, Principal: A. Ciccone, School Vice-President, R. Cavallo, Senior President, T. Dwyer, Student Manager. tudent Government In accordance with school precedents, the authority of the Student Government resides within the triple jurisdiction of the Senior Sen- ate, the Student Council and the School officials. Ifnder the guidance of Fr. Mathews, the Senior Senate met regularly to consider and discuss present problems, along with the sched- ule of forthcoming events. Composed of rep- resentatives of the various senior homcrooms and of the school officials, their opinions repre- sented the wishes of the students. In conjunc- tion with the members of the faculty, they acted in an advisory capacity to express the viewpoint of the students on all matters of importance. The maintainance of discipline in the corri- Pye' STUDENT COUNCIL Sitting: J. Schoemer, J. Dwyer, J. Yannuzzi, V. Priore, V. Scarpa. R. Barz. Standing: T. Whalen, Wh Choquette. R. Barz, A. Malesardi. A. Siess. R. Anthony. D. Toucey, J. 'Walsh, P. Soccodato, G. Johnson, J. Sullivan. SENIOR SENATE Sitting: J. Sinnott. T. Dwyer, D. Judkins, R. Ca- vallo. M. Flood. J. Trapp. Y. Priore. Standing C. DiRienzo. Fr. Mathew s. G. Lyddune. F. Kin dermann, J. Munger. A. Saline. A. Malesardi, J. Pisani, Y. Scarpa, J. Sullivan. we dors and premises of the school was entrusted to the Student Council. Under the direction of Fr. Sullivan, the councillors, comprising Sen- iors and Juniors of outstanding recognition, ably assured the enactment of all school regulations. As the representatives of the student body, the school officers have the responsibility of transmitting the ideas of the students to the at- tention of the faculty. The major school offi- cials received supplementary assistance from the class executives and thus were well informed of the everchanging student dCIll3IldS. W7 di i 'Q Wie? 44 if :gs ' Front Ron-: W. Morgan, A. Majthenyi fl'resident P . Brother George Patrick fl.ibrarian I , J. Morgado. R. Nagle fVice-Presidentr. lluek Rott: P. Lemmer, L. lfratlarola, A. Puglif-se, J, Aliherto. R. Johnson, D. Jones, M. Farrell, J. Pitaro, M. Hogan. Not l'i1'lure1l: W. Nicholls Vfreasurert. ibrar lub Ifnder the supervision of Brother George Patrick tl1e Library Club plays an important part in the scholastic work of all Stepinac stu- dents. There is a large assortment of reference books, periodicals and other Literary works for all needs. We can be justly proud of our Library because it is one of the finest high school libraries anywhere. ln addition to the line selection of reading material our library has a splendid visual aid department which makes studying almost enjoyable. Each month the Library Club fills the hulle- tin board with an appropriate and timely dis- play such as the one on vocations which ap peared several months ago. IU' 57. ls . KHRIST Ulf FUR nr ISTUAS ,,, n ,,- 5p.rn1NG 'fu IEE :J , l 'pl 'B .ix , wwf - 7 " 141. CHR mars CARD' - l u I r M B LJ. 5 91 mmm' Oratorical Society P. Bourlier. P. Bre gone. T. James, K. Buckley, J. Bradford, R. Working i t S nnan, Fr. Hulroy, R. Man- Johnson. The Puhlie Speaking Organization continued its program of offering, to interested students, the chance to express theinselvcs on various topics lpefore large audiences. 'lihis training. under the guidance of lfr. John Nlulroy, is defi- nitely of value to those who participate in earnest. In the first contest of the year, sponsored hy the American Legion. Kevin Buckley of ,lunior year, speaking on the Constitution. won first place and a gold medal. Second and third places were captured hy Patrick Brennan of Senior year and Junior Hohert Nlangone. respectively. Buckley continued in competi- tion until the Westchester County finals where he was eliminated. The Catholic Youth Organization conducted its initial contest in the school auditorium later in the year. The topics in this contest were. "Catholic Youth and the Popeis Annual Christmas Message- -l956" and "Catholic Youth and the Annual Report ofthe American Bishops - -l956." Hohert Mangone placed third in this contest. with an entirely reorganized group. Father Seheets once again directed his unceasing efforts toward the development of a championship de- hating society. Although only two mcmhers of last year's team returned to the present squad. the Society. lrolstered hy several new menilrers front Sophomore year. enjoyed a comparatively successful season, Competing in tournaments at Fordham Liniversity. St. l'eter's and in the New York State Regional elimina- tions among s yolmg a team coming years. everal others. the nienihers displayed a skill remarkahle for so . This ycaris efforts will ineyitalrly lead them to success in fortll- I Debatin ii' o , -, Soclet Sitting: R. Madden, F. Chisari, E. Pepe, T James, K. Keough. Standing: Fr. Scheets R. Mangone, E. Rambusch, E. Carroll, M Kuwahara, D. McDonald. Dads' Club The Stepinac Dads' Club, moderated by Father William J. W ard, has again staged three major dad-son functions, beginning on Decem- ber first, when the annual football dinner was held. The highlight of the evening was the pre- sentation of the Melville Shoe Company award to gridiron star Joe Trapp. The second event was a father-son Communion Breakfast held on January 15th. The third and last. was the highly popular boxing night. held on March 22nd. Miilliam J. Morgan. Harold Oixeill, John Cwar- dyak, Lou Martin. Anton Trovato were presi- dent. vice-president. treasurer. recording secre- tary and corresponding secretary. respectively. Sitting: Harold O'Neil, William Morgan, Aug- ust Schneider. Buck Row: Harold Shea, John 94 Cwardyak, Father Ward, Anton Trovato, Lou Martin. Sitting: Mrs. T. Smith, Monsignor Krug, Mrs. W. Collins. Standing: Mrs. Briscetti, Mrs. An- thony, Mrs. Crasso. Ladies Auxiliar This year, one of the most successful the Auxiliary has experienced, was highlighted by the annual bridge, fashion show and raf- llc on April 29th. The proceeds from this function were distributed among various school departments such as the Library's V0- eational llisplay, undergraduate prizes, schol- arship and athcltic funds. This year the slate of officers of the Ladies Auxiliary was com- posed of Mrs. Thomas F. Smith, President, Mrs. William F. Collins, first Vice President, Mrs. James Keough, second Vice Presidentg Mrs. Robert S. Anthony, Corresponding Sec- retary, Mrs. Hay Bricetti. Recording Secre- tary and Mrs. Ben V. Grosso, Treasurer. The Right Reverend Monsignor Joseph C. Krug is moderator and director of the Ladies Auxiliary. Monsignor Krug announces winner of annual rafle. Msgr. Krug, Mrs. F. Kelly, Mrs. Riss, Mrs. W. Collins, Mrs. J. Trapp, Mrs. T. Smith. Alumni Association TO' gn! Y-? 9,3 ALUMNI OFFICERS Sitting: D. Leonard, 1. Buderwitz, Fr. Mathews, C. Rohrer. Standing: J. Klimas, J. Brink, W. Beeck, M. Sullivan. The Alumni Association has continued this year its ever increasing work of keeping graduates informed of their classmates endeavors and achievements. This work is done chiefly through the publication of the Alumni News, a report on the activities of alumni in their various occupations and also of the activities current in the halls of Stepinac. Various social and sporting events are held held throughout the year. The Alumni-Van sity basketball game, held at Thanksgiving time and the Christmas Dance are the two most important affairs. With officers from each graduating year Fr. Stanley Mathews super- vises the workings of the Association. 95 X T .fx t1 rf, 1 uhh. K J , - if? fa 1 Sports S I HENRY SANIPERS GEORGE YERDISCO All-County Cross Country and Track 1 VINCENT PACELLO 98 KEITH .-UIERMAN Track ,fi-X 5 LN 4.11. W W Rockettes open at Van Courtlandt. Stepinac's delegation to the All-County Dinner. J. Croeeia, T. Dempsey, F. Christiansen. Cv. Verdisco. Stepinacs dominance over tl1e sport in Westchester is unques- tionable. Four memhers of the team were on the All-County squad. For the fourth straight year btepinac won the Westchester Coaches Meet, held at the lioeketeller Lstatc, and also retained its title in the Westchester Private-l'aroeliial Meet in which George Verdisco set a new reeord for the 'libhetts Brook course in 12:09.5. The team had no trouble winning thc lona Invitational Meet and dual meets with Sacred lleart and llayes. The Crusaders broadened their prominence when they won the Bronx-Manhattan-XX'estehester Meet for the third successive year. Verdiscol time, 13:16. was the second fastest time ever re- corded on the Yan Courtland Park course. Both Verdiseo and junior Tom Dempsey broke the record for the Catholic High School Meet. Verdisco continued his healthy hahit of eoming in first hy winning the NYU, St. Jol1n's and Ford- ham titles. The 5' 6" senior was chosen for the Con Edison Sports of the Wleek Award and is ranked hy many as the outstanding high school cross-Countryman of the East. The three other harriers to share the All-County praise were Dempsey. Joe Groceia and Fred Christiansen, all of whom have contributed greatly to Stepinacfs countless victories in cross-country during the past four years. FR ESI! MAN CROSS COUNTRY Frnnl Rmv: J. Ryan, P. Richards, J. Suozzi, J ON:-ill. J. Mr-flnrmack, J. Spieonardi, G. Repicky Bark Ron-: J. Carl, J. Smith, P. Sullivan, A. Lareau J. Bonmillf-, J. Anthony, J. Morrissey, G. Wayne F. Bauman, D. Smyth, F. DeVito, Fr. Murray, coach Over the mountains and through the woods. 101 5. u Qs! . .-Q., T3 . - Q 5 ywk. 1' ee f, W 'i -.Q -. . ' 1 as N i""Qf'9'j'f2, fm. 'S 1 f I . Q . M M? . QEQQQ ti -P X Xa,. Q , ,N a -111 - -Y ,gif Q uf! 5.-f age' fir 'W , - f7' ,x -1- ' ' by ff' . Q A 9 1,--. Q -Q5 x J K g f - -ax. vi , l Z i 1 -ff Que, g m . ' "ful rf' af' xv . gf 'Q' N Q46 P 1 y 4,121 Xl" M . ,-2 J . , 1 EE? . o -0.- an M: Z1 'N 23. I Q S H wa.,- Ex ,fp N 93? fx ,,,, 'flu X' , 'I ' -1 A 'L f 1. 3 -'-W , .AT 51- ., "' 5' XX e- rs- pimp'-dl ,1- O nf"fa 1 QS' IX hp mln clump gne 1 umnmg mule Nulln IH ll n Ill 4 1 lpidlll lxeln 0 and Y Prix co E. Wlieefe, J. Carl, D. Melagrano, R. Fallon. 106 Q G.. 1. U-' - " 'J "Fa ' Front Kmv: J. Nlvflurrxmuvk. J. 0'Nf-ill. F. Dv- Yltn. ll. Cr-rurfl. J. Slllllll. J. lfzlrl, J. Ryan llurlc Rout lf. Uhliv-v-fo-. ll. xIf'l1iLll'ilIl0. ll. lfullon, J. Nlurrix-1-y. J, llnrdv-. ll. llulunrla-r. l'. lluuman D l . Fullixun. U. XXVQQIIC. QAAL- 4? S Mr-lglgrano in the lffufl. T V. ll. Clark. J. Sf:-rru. H. Corn, W. Choquette D s Y. Ill'PIHlllliI, Brolller DOllglaS. 1 Front Row: G. Briganti. C. Arflan. J. Ful- livan. K. Amnwrman. C. Yerfliirfr. VV. K9- hoe. XY. Mm-flmsglrl. J. liivnvy. YY. Brod- vrivls. l". lJi-vignunn. SPFOHII Rmb: YY. 0'Hnru. fl. lqmldune. R. Cumvrforfl. ll. Frost. J. Daly. E. Callaghan. R. Carl. 5. D-lanni. YY. Eaton. Third Row: Fr. 0'Ke-f-fe-. ll. Nl1'llHYl'l'll. K. Jum'-. R. llul- vvrfwm. ll. Wliw-ff-. YY. life-4-flu-. l". IIl1ri-- lianivn. J. Crm-via. ll. S11-Qtr. Nlr. Sullivan. Fnurilz Row: l". KlIlfl0JTIllklH. ll. Clllilllbllll, R. l.unny. YY. Simon-. ll, FLIIIIPPI'-. J. lfivru, XX. llarlunf. ll. llurlw. lluvlf llmv: XX. lllmqllvllv. Nl. Scully. J. XXX-l-ll. XY. Rnln-rls. ll. lJlll'lilPj'. Y. Pm-1-llo. J. Xlnzzetii. R. .A!lllIOI1f'. 107 'l!'l"2""""' ' ls N Saw ,. 0. K 5x1 Sx S! x D 5. X! 95 .: 4 4- . A3 ,K JOSEPH TRAPP Y m News All-County lst Team Q - , All-C.H.S.F.L. 2nd Team I f u X" All-County 2nd Team " m m MM ' D .-A 'Hfh--.3 ?'5'f - m K ANDREW smss 'ii' D3 v ff' i Q ' X i I JOSEPH PICONE ' 1 A , o . ff 1 -Z ,xii 'kk 1 3 A 5 EDWARD RYAN i , ,x Q. , . A r. I 5 DONALD WHAMOND , 'Y 'ii . . ' ID ' TI .g Ai, -gn .li wifi .1 'gl 'fffffwa , D '?1z -V V' -4 A7,,.,, lf A xiii ? ,ATN if A Z 'CE ZUK . K , HENRY SABIPERS STEPHEN LLPIS . . Z . ' 9 px, 1 r' 2 Q 5 0 9' 'bf BERNARD IPPOLITO All County Honorable Mention 110 4 NQYQ' 5- Sf! Q s " "l J 1 -,f Dwyer's keep play springs him loose for a fourth quarter touchdown in the Hayes game. T-Bone Lee and teammate make things tough for Malesardi. :Xt the start of his eighth season of eoaehing at Stepinac, lllr. llierder found a leant intent on defending the Cath- olie lligh Sehool Athletic Association eo-championship whieh they had shared with St. Francis Prep the previous season, and hoping possihly to hetter this inheritance. It was a young teatn with many untried players, however, and the faces of many all-time greats whom last season had pro- duced were no longer present. They had made their mark in the annals of Stepinac foothall history and a hold new erew, with the majority from the class of 1957 was eager to follow in their footsteps. The team was overshadowed and perhaps overawed by the success of such men as Paul Choquette, George Mark- ley, Bob Downes and Jay Davis had brought to the name of Stepinac, and perhaps they were also a little overconfident. Though their efforts were praiseworthy, inexperience coupled with early-season injuries exacted their toll from the team and lead to a relatively poor season. The season opener at Chaminade, in which the Cru- saders howed 27-7. showed that while the team was ex- tremely high in spirit and potential strength, the seasonis opponents would he of high ealihre and the Crusaders were faced with a long and arduous schedule. Wlhile Eisen- All-Ameriean Ray Ratowski decides how to avoid 'Truck Collinsi. FQ' .475 - 41 l Kerwin strides to overtake touchdown bound Mountle haucr, Vachris, and the LcBorncs steadily boosted the Flyer score, the only moments of consolation for the Cru- saders were a long and shifty run by Joe Kerwin after the first kickoff, and a final team collaboration in which Steven Lupis and Kcrwin brought the ball to the one-yard line from which marker Tom Dwyer scored. In thc second game the Crusaders suffered their worst loss of the season, a 33-O defeat, at the hands of Fairfield Prep. Stepinac unfortunately did not have possession of the ball for any length of time until they were twelve points behind. Five fumbles in the early stages of the game did not help the situation. Although Dwyer managed to com- plete seven passcs, it was evident that the team would have to acquire more cohesion in order to save the young season. The third game with New Rochelle showed some signs of improvement in thc Crusaders. The final score, 26-13, was in favor of the Huguenots. Kerwin accounted for the two Stepinac touchdowns and a forty-three-yard run by the same savage hack gave hopes of a third. Although the game remained close throughout, the plays of quarterback Francis MT Bonei' Lee accounted for a fourth-period touch- down which dimmed all Crusader hopes. w F ' New Rochelle In thi- following gains-. F-tr-pinac-'s standing and reputa- tion wr-rv giw-n an lrig lmost lay a 25-6 defeat of Cardinal lluycs. 'l'lu- kr-y iilgrwlivnts in this success were strong offensive line- play und u strong defensive unit led by Tony f:iCCOIl0. lt was for his outstanding performance in this game that lov Trapp rom-ivcd his "lineman of the week" award. kr-rwin. Cir-com-. Dwyer, and Renny Sampers each scored a touchdown for Stepinac. The Crusaders finally haskcd in a nioinvnt of glory when the Bishop Dubois Tro- phy was again presented to Monsignor Krug hy Monsignor Fleming, principal of Hayes. Although the New Rochelle Irish waited for a helicop- ter to strengthen their morale, it never showed up and the Crusaders put a second feather in their cap by defeating Iona Prvp 25-14. Stepinac needed no air support, as the hard running of Kerwin, Ciccone, Dwyer and the newly- installcd right halfback Frank Kindermann combined to score once in the ,first quarter, once in the third and twice in the last. . While the Crusaders had a score to settle with St. Fran- lxermm hrmlr loo e for 60-yard tour-hdoxsn against the Mount. F .4x,,..,,- .ar is M 1, if ,bn ...,-,.. ' , b 4 4 ,. ' . I . ln " " 5' ..,, 1 ' 1 fe ll' Q Lg 1.wm,,,, U -.1 .. H . I I r ' J. 5 1 an r I Q 'iw ' 55 4. ,, . I -Q , 1 Q 9 . i A 1 4 1 I B , 2--- .f f g , - , . -4 ,- H- ! ' ' 4 ""' ' rl: "'f , , .' 1, ff I , , ' ' f 5 , r- Q sl 'fv , . JJ A . y 3 48 A' ,gg 1 1 A 1 . .1 . 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Johnson, M. Buckley, TI Lantry. Fourth Row: D. Hendy, D. Longo, M, Sullivan, J. Kriz. J. Thomas, T. Bishop, L. Giuvanetti, T. Cassidy, J. Lombardi. Back Row: V. Cremona, J. Hogan, P. Hughes, J. Williams. F. Heaney, D. Woodman, L. Bonville, D V. Lasorsa. 115 ,Q If , . 1 '1 'N A-L fu www? ,gl n f ! I 1 3- X v 3- ,Q -'v--352 W1-Q NIXN g M ! XX am? xg!! X, 5 U s w' - Q l X, g 9 A c ' K H ' X ' 'f f f kj ii. , " Qs W V I 1, I .z 3 ' fu N , 1 f f ' xlw1'n:lm:r 5 , i ' f Y , ' Q . ' X NIxll:I4l tlwwvlr F ' XIIfwm1y llf-H-vmlxll Xl-vm-11 ' 4 X f ,IXNIINNIAI mx as 5 A . , .A 1 - , 1 ' . X, Q. f - W . , N M K A , g 1" N 3 : If f, - kwa -Z ' 'i if Af," YM ,, 9 ilk V 5 J , 44 - , ' X x 4- 1 . If N 3' x 9-..,. i, K iijg- 1 A ' 'S' I ju " Q V . Q - g K x V Q ' ' . . I L Y , 4 A ,Ai', ' Y N T fr ' Q 'A A . -Ti.-,If 'Z..?fix x ' f' - ' ,s 6 KNIIIIXNI Hlxlllixl ff ,f 1 E V 2 Q 5 i ,ff 1 2 -2 , R 1 . . 1 i tx r Q , F in 1 ' X m S x X -' , -" 1 ' 'xx X ' ' i ' V- . 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Throughout the Yvestchester Private and Parochial School Tournament. Stepinae had been doing exceptionally well. They had shown that their capabilities could go heyond what had lwen indicated in the earlier part of the ll-ll season. First they had heaten Sacred Heart of Yon- kers. and then they had surprisingly lleaten a favored Fordham Prep Team. To win the championship they had only to defeat Mount St. Michael. Fate, however. had its play in this final game. Wfhile the game was still young. the Crusaders were playing well. Three players. Maury Flood. Art Malesardi and Paul Kins- ley each came close to scoring ten points in the first half. Dick Egan's defensive work was equally remarkable. But just as every rose has its thorn. every haskethall game has its referee, and hoth Egan and Kinsley were fouled out he- fore the third quarter was over :Sl 'W WY,-akt-nc-tl hut still clot:-rniinf-fl to put Stvpinaf' hack on tlu- map uf u lruskvthall powvr. thc' re-niainflf-r of the tc-uni struggle-il holrlly anrl lu-lil tlu- lf-all we-ll into tho fourth pvriofl. "NNE-ll into tlu- fourth" is no vxaggf-ration. for it was not until lllI'f'f' si-vomls we-rv rmnaining that the Mount nianagf-cl to svorc tho winning lnaslu-t. giving lllfxlll a 49-48 win and tluf T0llTIl3lllPHI trophy. Though tlu' fact that lightning strikes twicf- is wr-ll known. it is a strange syllogism that last yoar tho Nlount nianagvcl to lwat Stripi- nac in the last seconds of ilu' fourth quartvr to win the Sumo l0llI'IliilllCI'll. . ' ,. 'Q ,Aw 5 ' V- w ,gf f . ff" fy 5 fi ffm? M. WH- V 2' .fx , , A . 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'g Freshman Basketball Judging lay this yt-ar's freshman team. the future of Stepinar' liaskf-tliall is very promising. The record of 27 wins and 610-st-s -yIlllI0llZf'- an 1-xv:-ptional season in itself. This is even further einphasizvd hy the fat-t that the team was a match for any in thf- NI:-tropolitan area. To get as many lrof- its possible- into the sports pro- urain. a larut- -quad was kept so that during the Course of tht- season 1-at-li inf-mln-r of tht- team was allowed to play frequently. ln all 23 player- lvrolu' into tht' scoring column. Perhaps tht- most out-tanding Nlf'l0I'l4'- of tht- season were ow-r SI.I'1I'2iI1t'l-.SYlIll'll had won tswlw- straight ganies until tht- fra-shine-n handed lllt'IIl a stinging do-fa-at. and two vic- tories on-r New Rot-lu-lla-'s lsaav Young ,lunior High School. whose only downfalls were administered by Stepinac. Individually. the 6' 3" center Frank Richichi was re- garded as Stepinar-'s outstanding freshman prospect, and was also C0flsltlf'I'4'll hy frosh coaches as the area,s best freshman player. The corner men, Ed Dealy and Tim Co- hane. both left-handed. were outstanding. Out in front Ernie Bianco. the team's high scorer with 461, was the mainstay and se-t up many of the playsg Larry Dick, ,lim Wiray and Walt Nlic-hels alternated at the remaining for- ward positions. What plf-a-f-d freshmen coach. Br. Alois, most about this tt-am was not only the ability but the character of the individual play-rs. Several frosh teams in the past had good rf-r-ords hut for various reasons the players did not help thc- varsity when they become upperclassmen. This year that does not seem to he true. The members of the squad. all good students, are conscientious and industrious and take directions well. Such is the essence of champions. FROSH RECORD 27 Wins 6 Defeats s-r Front Row: J. Anthony, W. Mu-hels, E. Bianco. P. lxelly, I.. Dirk. .l. Wray. .l. hlmughnes, Second Row: M. Hones. li. llaumstark, M. Anshro, J. liellantoni. E. l,f'llly. I". Rit-hit-I' Dihhle. Third Row: J. Mrfluire. P. Finley, G. Kennedy. J. Mrfluire-. ll, Xxulsll. J. l.atlimer, G. Bellesheim. Bark Row: Br. Alois, coarhg J. Bradford. D. Ryan, NY. Murray, P. Steinberg, Br. Mauricius, coach. Stepinac-1,793 Opponents-1,434 INDIVIDUAL POINTS Bianco ........................... 461 Richichi .... . . 373 Dealy ..... . . 354 Cohane . . . . . 154 Dick ..... . . 108 '-'H' Ansbro ... .. 108 Michels . . . . . 83 Anthony .... . . 45 Wray ....... . . 42 Bellantoni .... 39 la-'Hl1H"lQ A Slat' 0f 1960 11,5 R ichichi 2153 Are gh ey freshmen 9 inl- 123 in rg s I 1 MICHAEL HANNAN Varsity Baseball r., The Stepinac varsity baseball team also found that it was bound by an established reputation. The team which last year had produced came out with a 9-2 record. Unfor- tunately the core of this team, which consisted of seniors Jack De Palo, George Markley and Karl Lehmann, and the promising sophomore Jim Mulhare, had been lost last June, and there remained little 'anew blood" to replace them. The pitching staff of the Crusaders was fortunately still intact. Jimmy O'Connell, Maurice Flood and Tony lvard were three of the seniors who Mr. Xverdcr assigned to the mound. 0'Connell established his reputation as a clutch pitcher last year and continued this trait during the 1957 season, as was proved by his control in the tight spots of the Ossining game, which the Crusaders won 4-2. Other assignments posted included shortstop John Bcrnaducci, a junior who had greatly boosted last year,s squad with his ability to hit homers, Joe Sullivan at first base, Dennis McConologue in ccnterficld, Art llalesardi in left field, John Abbene in right field, and with Larry Dingce and Bill Revcllese alternating at first base. An- other alternating twosoxne was that of catchers John Mag- notta and Mike Hannan. While Hannan had to take time off on several occasions because of his tennis commitments, he proved to be one of the outstanding discoveries of the 1957 season. !r'l'f?i tt'l5"i 'fi 'Y Front Row: A. Malesardi, J. 0'Connell, M. Hannan, M. Flood, W. Revellese, J. Sullivan, L. Dingee, R. Austin. Second Row: A. Ward, E. Milicsi, B. Collins. T. Criffen, J. DiRienzo, D. Mc- Conolough, J. Bernaducci, P. DeBenedictis, J. McCarthy, man- ager. Back Row: Mr. Werder, coach, J. Magnotta, P. Eisman, P. Cangemi, J. Thompson, R. Yanantuono, W. Reagan, G. Ciaramella. The team was essentially well-balanced. Wllile no one had the quality to dominate.the entire play, every position was served well, and the reserve squad, which included such members as Brian Collins and Jerry DiRienzo, was completely satisfactory. The team was qualified to face any competition which the area had to offer with the con- fidence that it would in no way mar Ste-pinac's tabloid of victories. The second game against Ossining. boosted the morale of the Crusaders. This win came after Collins pounded a double with the bases loaded. But the opening game proved fatal to the Crusaders as they lost to Sleepy Hollow, extending their victories over the Crusaders to three, since last year, they accounted for both of Stepinac's losses. The graph of the '57 season took another downslope when Sacred Heart of Yonkers managed to convert ll hits into l2 runs, while Stepinac could only push its total to five. But a quick recovery resulted and the next game saw the Crusaders on top with a 7-6 lead over New Rochelle. The remainder of the 16-game season saw the Crusaders faced with such hexes as the no-hitter by Hayes' top pitcher and a few rain-cheek episodes. The remainder of the sea- son proved more profitable and demonstrated once more that at Stepinac every goal was attainable. i . j. X. ' N f ' - ANTHONY WARD 125 JOHN MAGNOTTA JOSEPH SULLIVAN PASQUALE D1BENEDICTUS lf"N 'il' JAMES O CONNELL WILLIAM REVELLESE 127 MAURICE FLOOD 128 Golf This ye-ar's golf team is potentially the hest Stepinac has ever hall. The team is composed of one senior. three juniors and three sophomores. Only one letterman. Yves Voight. returned from last years season and the outlook for this years team was glum. But once again as Stephinac has done often in the past. Fr. Fitzgerald came up with a great deal of new talent. The Knight lil'lliSI1lCIl took their opening match of the season by routing the highly touted New Rochelle squad, 'IM to IM-,. The performance of the squad in this match and their recent low scores in the school tournament brings out the championship caliber with which the team performs. Then the Crusaders successfully defended their PPSAA golf crown. This match was held on the rugged Vernon Hills course. The linksmen won the team championship easily with a total of 249. In the individual honours Pete Bisconti took second with 81. Wes Voight took fourth with 83. The team has plenty of depth with these top men backed up by Dom Desio, Frank Marolla, Mike McAdams, and Jerry Mahoney. All of whom have gone under 80 or are capable of doing so. JOHN YANUZZI Wes sinks a long one. i i E i :L , 3 . if L' X 4 M? Front Row Tony Munoz Jack Sinnott John Fierro Mike Hannan. Back Row Chris Buckley Alex VanEyck Dick Egan Paul Schellhammer, Terry Smith. Tennis This year's tennis team carried on the reputation of that of 1956, winning the fall Catholic High School Athletic Association Tournament which they shared with Bishop Loughlin last year. ,lack Sinnott, co-captain with John Fierro, ranked seventh in the Eastern Interscholastics, swept through the singles semi-finals, to add to the points gained by Fierro. who reached the quarter-finals. The doubles team of Mike Harman and Tony Munoz also reached the finals, which enabled Stepinac to clinch the tournament. Last spring Sinnott surprised Bob Mendel, last year's captain. hy winning the lllhite Plains 'flayceel' Tourna- ment. This earned him a trip to Rochester, where he did well. The entire team was made up of seniors Sinnott, Fierro, Hannan, Munoz. Paul Schellhammcr, Dick Egan, and Terry Smith. junior Chris Buckley, and sophomore Alec Van Eyck, who is playing on the varsity forthe second year and shows promise of being a future star. Backed by an ex- eellent ,l.Y. squad. an outstanding freshman group, and under the competent coaching of Father Mathews, the liright future of the varsity at Stepinae seems assured, and many trophies are destined to he added to the already cluttered case. 130 JOHN FIERRO 1 3 ,A?N. iff if lilly I' Ill 14114 I' 'iff ll 'X 'S' Inn M--far T., lid: '59 1 RICHARD EGAN MICHAEL HANNAN I I X Q X I N . ANTHONY MUNOZ PAUL SCHELLHAMMER TERENCE SMITH f I i XR U jc V - S J V. Front Row B111 Lvnch Art Tut :rl I aul Rnnni. Flu N14-Nlillgm. Hike- Diveri. Back Row Jim McCollum Bob R num Kr-n llru--o,,lol1I1 Shanahan, Mike lluvkley. FR ESHINIF N Front Row: Dick Ryan. John Wvulz. Pe-le Finlfhy Ed IJQCIIY, Paul Shanahan, Bob Kuna, Louif Lonrrg 5 Qfsvfc "lc 'KT Y -H41 Q 'e rug: ..-. Rifle Team Kneeling: A. Saline, E. Harvey. D. Cook sey, J. Cnrigliano, R. Pngano. Standing P. O'Connor, T. Donnelley, Father Mc Caffery, N. Chittendon, R. Burke. Under the fine eoaehing of Father Thomas McCaffrey and Brother Lueas the newly formed Rifle team ended its ln the six team YV.l.R.l.. of Mount Vernon twiee and Chester twice. New Roehelle over Roosevelt proved to he feet hundred ever shot hy a of the season with Searsdale first year of league eompetition with a 3-7 record. sehedule the Crusader riflers were ahle to defeat A. B. Davis Roosevelt once. Losses were suffered at the hands of Port twiee. Nlamaroneeli twiee and Roosevelt onee. The upset win one of the high points of the year along with the first per- Stepinae riflenlan. This was aeeomplished in the last match hy John Garigliano of Junior Year. Top scores for the squad throughout the year were aeeomplished hy Paul Gaulin, Rohert Pagano. ,lames Cooksey. Although not faring too well in their first year of compe- tition, Fr. McCaffrey and Rr. Lueas will weleome haeli next year all hut two lettermen from this yearis squad. Rifle Club Front Row: Father lIeCaffery, T. Rinaldi, C. Ryan, E. Pepe, J. Lazar, C. Haueh, R Fpferea, J. Ashenhrenner, A. Racile, ,I Saline. Seronfl Rau-: J. Carigliano, T Kinftler. Pr-Ilicin. Cullnway, NIC Dennaugh. C. Nlirahelln. ,l. Kinatler, C Arslan, R. Burke, R. Wayne. P. 0'Con- nor. Back Role: B. Zopes, J. Roc-he, J Gallagher. J. llurkin, l.. l.aneto, J. Bour- que, W. Driscoll, R. Pagano, A. Saline, J. Cuoksey, R. Brown. 133 'R Q4 , 'P Q fs o 1 Kneeling: D. Spence, J. Daldorf. J. MacCormick, A. Mencetti, E. Donohue, A. Lareau, E. 0'Brien. Standing, Second Row: Brother Justin, D. Chisholm, E. Pisari, B. Dargin, G. Seacrest, J. Nimphius, G. Robertson, W. Cronin, W. Baisley. Standing, Third Row: F. Gagliardi, F. Spaeth, J. Munger, C. MCC-rath, P. Schellhammer, D. Lareau. Swimming Coached and moderated hy Brother Justin, the swim- ming team finished the season with its hcst record in four years. The team started the season off well hut faltered at the end when the lack of adequate facilities kept them from improving at the same rate as the other teams. Although only compiling a record of 6-6 in all meets the mermen captured second place in the newly formed Bronx-Xvcstchester-Nlanhattan division of the C.H.S.A.A. finishing hehind Hayes the division champs with a 4-l record. League N'lllS came over Power, Iona, Fordham and Xavier. The team's only league loss came to Hayes 32-45 hecause of the lack of team-depth. In outside competition. Brother Justin's "wethaelcs,' didn't fare as well as they dropped decisions to Klama- roneck. Peeltskill. llorace Mann. llacklcy and lona while drowning only A. B. Davis and New Rochelle. ln the senior championships and the novices only Jack Hunger came up with a medal in the lllti yd. free- style. llard luck hit the mermen during the champion- ships as they took fourth place in six different events preventing them from winning medals. The outstanding swimmers for this year's team were Jack Hunger. Bill Cronin. Don l.areau. Gerry McGrath, Dave Spence. George llohertson. Shaun Fricary and John Ximphius. The prospects for next year's teams aren't too hright since only two of the regulars return- ing will he seniors. llowcver Al Nencetti. Bill Baisley. Tom Lomhardo. Ed U'Brien. Peter Bavasi and Glenn Secrest showed greatest promise for next year to help out the regulars lleorge liohertson. Dave Spence, John Nimphius and Shaun Fricary. 1534 'U uv iz' SENIORS Kneeling: D. Chisholm, P. Shelhammer, W. Cronin, J. Munger Standing: F. Spncth, D. Lareau, G. McGrath, Brother Justin. BOWLING TEAM Kneeling: 1. llorgaclo. J. Carro. J. Berna dum-i. J, Bambara. 5. Porter. P. Valenti Slrmzlingl: T. Rmhttell. R. McConnell. .l Maller. T. Ruepini. T. Nlonoz, J. Abbene Fr. Fitzgerald. Bowling Under the able coaching of Father Fitzgerald, the bowling teams, both A and B, finished their season with the most significant record since their founding in 1951. The Keglers were victorious over Iona, Salesian, White Plains and Concordia, while they were set hack by Mama- roneck and Horace Mann. The A team with a 3 and 5 record at midseason finished strongly with four consecutive victories to insure their first successful season. Dick McConnell howled the highest individual game this year with a 230. The Keglers set a new school record against Iona only to take a third against them in the P.P.S.A.A. tournament. BOWLING CLUB "The deacons and masters." Sacerdotal Celebrations Last fall at Stepinac Monsignor Edwin Ryan, school chaplain and con- fessor, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood. Many of his former classmates, pupils, and most of the students of Stepinac attended the ceremonies which included a Solemn Mass and an address by Msgr. .loseph Egan, successor to Msgr. Ryan as professor of History at Dunwoodie Seminary. Edwin Ryan was born in New York in 1883 and was educated in the United States, England, Germany and Italy. On completing at Dunwoodie his prep- aration for the priesthood he had to wait more than a year to be old enough for ordination, which occurred at St. Patrick's Cathedral on September 22, 1906. As a priest he continued his studies at the Catholic University. where he re- ceived the Licentiate in Theology in 1907. He pursued further studies at San Silvestro in Capite in Rome and at the University of Munich until 1910. when he became Professor of History at Dunwoodie and Master of Ceremonies. In this latter capacity he served as special assistant at ordinations. During Vlforld Tvar 1 Fr. Ryan served as a chaplain with the rank of First Lieutenant in the Army Air Force at Rich Field. Texas. ln 1922 he became Dean of the Graduate School in the Catholic University and lectured there on English lyric poetry and the dramas of Shakespeare. From 1931 to 1939 he was professor of Church History and Liturgy at Roland Park Seminary, Balti- more, and then returned to the Catholic University. where he was professor of Latin American history and established the lnstitute of lbero-American Studies. During World W'ar II he relinquished his posts at the University to serve in various confidential capacities relating to the Yvar that obliged him to make frequent official visits to South America and also to deliver for the Government radio addresses to the countries of that continent in Spanish and in English. At the same time he submitted periodical reports on Latin America and gave monthly lectures in Washington on the situation in Spanish and Portuguese America. Among Msgr. Ryanis many literary accomplishments are contributions to "The Dublin Review," 'LThe Downside Review," "The Ecclesiastical Review," Wfhe Catholic World," "America,,' "The Commomveal" and "Liturgical Arts." For a time he was American correspondent of "The London Tabletf, and is the author of 'LA College Handbook to Newman." "The Church in the South American Republics," "Candles in the Roman Rite." and numerous pamphlets. He was on the Board of Editors of "The Book of Knowledge." is a charter member of the Liturgical Arts Society and was for some years at the head of Saint Hildais Guild. He was a speaker for the Catholic Evidence Guild at Hyde Park, London and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Catholic Classi- cal Association of Greater New York. llc holds the degrees of Master of Arts, Licentiatc in Theloffv and Doctor of Divinity and has also received a'decoration P. from the Republic of Ecuador. I Fr. Ryan has been at Stepinac since May 1951 and was elevated to the rank of Domestic Prelate by he Pope on March 22. 1956. Each day. morning and afternoon, he has heard confessions and is available at any time for personal consultation. More need not be said of him since during his six years at Stcpinac his devotion to the school has been recognized. Ad Multos Annos! 136 "Msgr. Ryan receives Il bouquet of thanks." x "F r. Plover's Anmversary " In addition this school year was distinguished by the celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of ordination of Fr. Edward Plover, the Procurator. Upon ordination in Rome on December 8. 1931 Fr. Plover was assigned for a short time as an assistant at St. ,loachimls Parish, New York City. ln 1934 Fr. Plover began his long association with the organization and development of Catholic education and youth work. After a term of service as teacher and chaplain at St. Clareis Academy, Hastings and as director of Camp Hayes, in 1940 he was directed by His Eminence Cardinal Spellman to assist in the plan- ning and construction of Cardinal Hayes High School in conjunction with the principal, Msgr. Philip Furlong, now Military Vicar to Cardinal Spellman. As Hayes gained in maturity based upon the groundwork laid by Fr. Plover, the Cardinal decided that Fr. P1over's patience and business acumen were sorely needed at Camp St. Joseph, Forestburg, New York. From 1947 to 1949 Fr. Plover acted as pastor of the parish of St. Thomas Acquinas at Forestburg and as Super- visor Dircctor in the development and rehabilitation of the boys' and girls' camps which are owned by the Dominican Sisters of Amityville. Finally Fr. Plover was relieved of his duties at St. Josephis due to illness and was asked to teach at Stepinac where he entered the classroom for the first time since his ordination. This experience fitted him well to assume the role of Procurator from Fr. James Kane when he was appointed an administrator of a parish. The efficiency. diligence and acumen applied by Fr. Plover in all his positions of responsibility give evidence of devoted priest who has never believed that Catholic education should be second rate or that it should suffer materially due to slipshod methods. Catholic secondary education in the N. Y. archdiocese owes much to the efforts and personality of a fine priest, Father Edward Plover. " "Msgr. voices his gratitude? 'A grateful student speaks of his teacher' . ifli Q TX if ' Hr' 'A ' , x 1 1' f , x 7 f Blessed Theodore and St. Odilia, Crosier rr xr f. , Ti' founder and patroness. 7 in If I I x V 'A 1 - - r . M - ' ' 1 ' X., .. ,O . -. . .',-'ii -. 1 MN xl i - . Xqti 2 ,V W ,gh We I- fs.. 1 X X 'f 1 f ' ' ww I 'lf If . - Q - . I, f X ,.,- . - "Q A ' ' 1-4 maui 'af as X , , ..., 3 ' Rev. Joseph Smerke, O.S.C. Crosier Superior at Stepinac Crosier House of Studies. fStill being built? . Located near Fort Wayne, Indiana. Our Lady of the Lake Seminary W'awa- 5' Most Rev. William van Hees, O.S.C. Master General of the Order Very Rev. Lawrence J. Kerich, O.S.C. Vicar General of the Order in the U.S. The Crosier Fathers In 1193, after the Third Crusade, Theodore of Celles, a Belgian, was ap- pointed a canon in the Cathedral of Liege. It was an age of many abuses within the Church, and the Canons of Liege were. in this respect at least, men of their times. They were careless in the performance of the work that was theirs-the daily, public recitation of the Divine Office, the prayer of the Church-and lived sumptuously on the income from their office. Ifnwilling to adapt himself to these conditions and unable to change them, Theodore enlisted in 1205 as a chaplain in the war against the Albigensian heretics in southern France. In 1210, the Papal Legate sent Theodore home to Belgium to preach the Crusade against the Albigensians and to muster troops to carry on the struggle. He was em- powered to enlist the services of any priests who might volunteer to assist. Witll a handful of these volunteers Theodore established himself in an isolated spot not far from Liege to prepare in prayer and solitude for the great work of preaching the Crusade. These military chaplains and preachers of the Crusade, living an austere community life. were the first Crosier Fathers. Drawn to- gether by their love of the Cross. the sign of the Crusader, and by devotion to the public recitation of the Divine Office. they reflected their spirit in the name they chose: Canons Regular of the Iloly Cross. Innocent III approved the Order in 1211. 1n the first century of its existence the Order spread through Belgium, Holland. France. Germany. England and Scotland. During these early years God also saw fit to give the Crosier Fathers a patroness. ln 1287, a Crosier 1ay Brother. John of lfppa. of the community in Paris. was singled out to become God's instrument in this plan. On several successive nights in that year he saw in a vision a young woman who directed him to go to Cologne and exhume her body. This young woman said that her name was St. Odilia. a companion of St. Ursula who. together with other English virgins. had suffered martyrdom at the gates of Cologne at the hands of Attila the Hun centuries before. Odilia told the Brother that God had appointed her to be the Order's patroness, and she indicated the exact spot where her remains had been buried. In Cologne everything was found as the saint had said: a grave was discovered in which there were human remains and a parchment bearing the name Odilia. St. , -' 138 see, Indiana. il reparatory seminary of the Fort Wayne Diocese, staffed by Crosier Fathers.J Odilia, whose feast is July 18th. has been venerated as the Patroness of the Crosier Fathers ever since, and she is invoked to this day, particularly among the faithful in the Low Countries. Although the seventeen Crosier monasteries in England were liquidated by Henry VIII, the Order on the Continent remained strong throughout the Prot- estant Revolt. In the Counter-Reformation period, in keeping with the insis- tance of the Council of Trent on the importance of education. the Order opened schools throughout Europe, maintaining these for several hundred years. In the 18th century, however. the French Revolution and the assaults of Joseph II and Napoleon brought the Order very close to extinction. In 1840, when the law forbidding the acceptance of new members was finally repealed with the ac- cession of William II. the Crosier Fathers numbered only four very old men. Since 1840 the Order has seen a rebirth and a new growth, sending mission- aries to the Ifnited States. Belgian Congo. Brazil, and Java. The first Crosier Fathers came to this country and settled in Green Bay, W'isconsin in 1850. This mission was not destined for success and a second contingent arrived in 1910. This group came to Minnesota. and in 1922 established at Onamia the first American Crosier monastery and seminary. In 1932 a second foundation, the Immaculate Conception Monastery. was made at Hastings, Nebraska, and this has been made the novitiate for the Order. A third monastery, now the Crosier House of Major Studies. was erected in Fort Wlavne, Indiana, in 1938. Ten years later the Seminary of Our Lady of the Lake was opened at Wawasee, Indiana, to train seminarians for the diocese of Fort W'ayne. Crosier Fathers first appeared at Stepinac in 1954. In the last year Cardinal Spellman provided the Fathers with a residence by purchasing a house on Gedney Park Drive, across the street from the school. Crosiers in the United States number seventy-seven priests and forty-three lay Brothers. In the twenty-two European houses there are two hundred and fifty-two priests and sixty-eight Brothers, and in the mission fields in Belgian Congo, Brazil and Java, one hundred and nine Crosier priests and thirteen Brothers are at work. The Constitutions of the Crosier Fathers require that the-Fathers devote themselves to the apostolate as required by the needs of the Church, with special prominence being given to the administration of the Sacraments, preach- ing and the instruction of youth. The Crosier Brothers combine, in the monas- tery, a life of prayer with the manual arts and maintenance of the facilities of the community. The goal and work of the Crosiers might best be summed up in a paragraph from their Constitutions: "As Canons Regular of the Holy Cross, our breathren purpose to lead a canonical life of obedience, chastity and poverty, realizing that there is no salvation except in the Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Accordingly, let them nourish a special devotion towards our Redeemer Who has, through His Cross, transported us into the joy of the sons of God, and let them follow the example of our blessed Father Theodore de Celles and his companions, living together in a bond of charity and conjoining with their divine praises an apostolic life in the services of the Churchf' Crosier Brothers at work on the Fort Wayne Monastery farm. Fr- Henry Heh eff, Indiana, '-f . - ' the ' Priests reflung A grouptfife iliioilitiir at the minor sem' 1 . . 0 . dwme 'nary at Vfawasee, Indlana' W 1 . - - r class in chemist,-y'a?glNC., 'conducting 3 at Wawas e nfmol' Seminary Immaculate Conception Monastery, Hast- ings, Nebraska. fNovitiate of the Crosier Priests and Brothersl. Holy Cross Church, Onamla, Minnesota. 1 F 5 5 . C - Qf th wrist-hke 0-5-C" edilxtrassllne , io ag HC,-osier Music, Mischke, mgnbusiness .ith Fr. Bl?-1 Dexmet Heif ' V . 101' and Y managef. 139 Fr.B0l'n3rdi ' naftlil Iamny in! edi- "Charley's Aunt from Catholic U." , , 1, "Shut up and deal." M e m 0 ra b il ia Junior 'Hon xgnor and hl a I tant -.-7-,q-q-- "Br0. Mauricius mines again. 140 ,H . , t - fm -5 ' ' ' we I f , -5 gf- RW7 I v t U 'Q' I R U i Q n"'77'Y!'P'l!wQg,,.,,,,!P',..?-si id E S i ivolcz Samui: '-ui. E , 1' at 0 0 2: , Q A X ' ' W '-. ' ' ' 3 fi 5 "jg, -gg. fi 1":,' .i I ,-gg, n AQ. 8 'K' .M ,, Af , ' y ' 1-- 1 'L Q '-.x' ' Ll. .y.4t3-1.-5. 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Senior Directory Abbene, John .,..,..,.,,..... 70 Villa Avenue, Yonkers-BE 7-6768 Cullen john 81 Walton Avenue White ploing VWWH 8-3868 Adams, Lawrence. .117 Soundview Avenue, White Plains--WH 8-1065 Cullen, Joseph 1 I 7 Terrace Aveinue Ossinin 1--OS 2-08l9R Alos, Manuel .... 17 Kingston Avenue, East White Plains-WH 6-8194 Daltin 'Donald ' ' A 1 1 A 7 g K Amerman, Keith ......,.. 87 Round Hill Road, Scarsdale-SC 3-1304 Lone pondilgdt Great Barrington wyloeezcreat Barrington 492 NIR Anderek, Joseph ......... 21 Van Buren Street,rYonkers-YO 3-3583 Degenedirtin paeziuale i A424 Uveltrnan Street peeltfltill Balco, John. .253 South Lexington Avenue, White PlainsfWH 9-5464 Deillaeio Wfiilliani 35 lrrederielt plaee 'Mt yernon R101 7.1808 Bafls Richard --.------ 139 HONOR AVCHUC, P0l'1CheSte""wE 9-3231 DeCordoba Joseph 3220 Netherland Avehue..RiverdaleQKl 3-8264 Bernardi, Jr., Dominic ,... 116 Brambach Road, Scarsdale-SC 3-7668 Delannit Salvatore or 67 Winifred Avenue YonlrereYBE 7-6914 Boccia, Vincent .... 11 Ridge Street, Crestwood, Yonkers 7-SP 9-1069 Delfiro Anthony 1 tuut Anderson Hill Road ipurolniee-wfE 9-3615 Bogdanskis Theodore ---- 243 C1011 AVCHUC, PON Chester-WE 98628 Delorier Dennis.. .. . .23 Davis Avenue, Y'alhalla-WH 9-7149 Bongiorno, Salvatore.. 137 Rich Avenue. 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Vernon-MU 7-.67-48 Deinnsev Richard or V or 25 Hillside imlaee RveYRY 7.2873 Bona' James ' ' 13 Orchard Street- Ml' Vernon-MU 82987 Devine Robert . 2322 Andrews Avenue Fordham-CY 8-6914 Bourlier, Peter ............. 67 Plymouth Drive, Scarsdale-SC 3-1659 Devino' Thomas 26 First Streei Yonkers-BE 7-4861 Bradley, Dennis ...... 2 Forest Park Avenue, Larchmont-TE 4-2764 Dey tlrirnee Q preeoott Avenue While lvlainegwril 8,8583 Brady- James ------------------- 224 B Rye Colony- Rye-RY 7-2749 Dolhh Kenneth .. 34 Purchase street Rt-ernv 7.2110 Brennan, Patrick .............. 50 Agnola Street, Yonkers-SP 9-4547 Donahiuet lrraneie '90 Bryant Avenue W'hite l:rlaine,,WH 8-0180 Brown, Edward .....,... 485 Bronx River Road, Yonkers-BE 7-0021 Donovan, John in 104 Lyons hood, Searedale -SC 5,0571 Brown, Francis. . ,,.. 129 Arthur Avenue, Thornwood-R0 9-5540 Dowling, peter 44 Merritt Avenue, Turlralioeiwo 1-2697 Brown, Robert .,.,...,.. 51 Chelsea Road, White Plains-LY 2-6923 Draeani, yineent 7 167 Johnson Road, Searedale-SC 3,9163 Cacciola, Nicholas ...,,. 80 Columbus Avenue, Tuckahoe-W0 1-4733 Dwyer. 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Ocronsn 24, 1956 The next morning I journeyed to Budapest with two of my friends As we entered the outskirts of Budapest, I could hear the roar of cannons and the screams of the bewildered and the dvlng The Freedom Fighters gave each of us a submachine gun and stationed us on a nearby roof top On the street below, a tank was burning As the Russians emerged from it, one bv one we systematically cut them down From the next street a Russian soldier sniped at us but we escaped without injury Be fore dusk the city was oursg but ln her moment of glory, she was in shambles 'R Hungarian youths, Janos Korossy and Z elt Stzah are welcomed by Msgr Krug Novsmnsn 4, 1956 At daybreak, I was rudely awakened by my father who told me that the Russian tank columns had started a final all out drive to stop the Revolt I left home to find a place of refuge from the Rus slans They were arresting everw W0lllll 111 PFCPH ratlon for a mass reprisal agamst the patriots My better Judgment, then, persuaded me to leave for the West, wlthout my father s PCIIIIISQIOII FRoM HUNGARY 'ro 'ms U S A. 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