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PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS O
, 7ff1fZ P Tlo E
CHMERE ACADEMY, CLAYMONT, DELAWARE
OUR PURPOSE . . .
The Class of l942 wishes This looolc lo be a souvenir of The Tull and
happy years spenl al Archmere. May il recall days passed, knowledge
acquired, and friendships formed-golden memories of unlorgelrable
The yearbook has been dedicaled in 'rhe pasf io:
The R+. Rev. Bernard H. Pennings, O. Praem., T935
The Mosr Rev. Edmond J. Fifzmaurice, I936
The Very Rev. Michael J. Mclfeough, O. Praem.
The John J. Raskob Family, I938
The Very Rev. Daniel F. Hurley. O. Praem.. I939
The Molhers' Guild, l94O
Mr. Leonard J. Farmer, I94l
WE DEDICATE OUR BOOK TO . .
THE REV. Jusiiu E. DINY, o. Pfaem.
Direcfor of Afhlefics
Through your diligence and enfhusiasrn in execufing your dufies as
a priesf and Teacher, you have acquired in fhe space of a few years
a splendid repufafion as an oufsfanding figure in manliness and good
sporfsmanship. As evidence of your leadership we have only fo
observe fhe flourishing condifion of fhe afhlefic program af Arch-
mere, largely fhe resulf of your unfiring efforfs.
The sfudenfs as well as fhe faculfy have always looked upon you
as a frue friend. And so, wifh fhe deepesf feeling of appreciafion,
we dedicafe fhis, fhe l942 Pafio, fo you.
A PICTURE HISTORY CDF .
Iv1R.JGI-IN J. RASKOB'S I-IOIVIE
. ARCHMERE ACADEMY
Corpus Christi Proc
rr, 1-'ZW it
THE VERY REV. M. J. MCKEOUGH, O. Praem
THEVERV REVDANIEL F. HLIRLEV, O. Praem. First Hegdmggter 19391936
Headmaster Since 1936 NOW Prmcipql gf S h
Prior Immaculate Conception Priory
out east Cotholc High
School, Philadelphia, Pa.
THE ARCHMERE GYMNASIUM
Complefeel in l939
Classes were moved +0 Manor I-lall in l94O
Graduates Serving Our Country in the Armed Forces . . .
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J. Ferdinard Convery, '35
John A. O'Connell, '35,
Gerard S. Garey, '36.
Roberl F. Kelly, '36.
Leo A. O'Connor. '36.
Philip Simeone, '36,
Ross J. Arnold, '37,
David M. Oliver, '37,
William Mouquin, '37,
Anthony Celesfe. '38.
Anfhony Jurich, '38.
Edworcl J. Qolces, '38.
Gerolcl P. Doherty, '39,
lvlallhew F. Judge. '39,
Fredericlc K. Balmer lR.O.TCl 39
Roberl DeCosin, '4I.
THE VERY REV. DANIEL E. HURLEY, O. Praem.
Heaclrnasier, Guidance, Language
T T i
REV. JUSTIN E. DINY, O. Praem. REV.DONALDI-LVANDERHEIDEN,O.Praem
' ' At Latin Secretary
Mathematics, Athletic Director ' V, 1
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REV. GERALD L. NOLAN, O. Prciem. REV. GABRIEL A. HINKES, O. Praem
English, Latin, Patio Germon, Religion, Music
L . L... 1
REV. ROLAND J. HOFFMAN O. Proem
I ' MR. LEONARD J. FAR ER
English, Green Arch Science Coach M
MR. EDWARD V. O'BRElN
MR. HARRY P. WENDEL
French, Socicl Science, Speech Director of Orchestra
MR. JOHN F. MULLINS
Former Teachers al Archmere
Very Rev. Michael J. McKeough, O
The Rev. Mark A. S+einmefz, O. Praem.
The Rev. Cyril H. Miron, O. Praem.
Mr. John C. Fleck, l932-37.
Mr. Francis X. Gallagher, l932-35.
Mr. John Oakes, i932-34.
Mr. Jerome Connell, i934-36.
The Rev. Hugh E. McDonnell, O. Praem.
The Rev. Roberi Sromovslcy, O. Praem.
Miss Cafherine Pie, l934-36.
The Rev. Paul Savageau, O. Praem
Miss Helen Slephens. I936-4l.
Mr. John Cabrey, I938-39.
ON THE WAY TO MANOR HALL
WILLIAM JOSEPH BERL, lll
902 Du PonT Rd., WesTover Hills, WilmingTon, Del.
AcTiviTies: EooTball, 2, 41 Baseball, 2: Mgr., ly
Green Arch, 4: PaTio, Business Mgr., 4: PaTio
Club, lg Tennis, 4.
Bill is The pioneer ol: The class: having come To
Archmere as a Second Former, he has led The way
Tor The lasT Tive years. During ThaT Time he has
esTablished Tor himselT a repuTaTion as a True scholar
and genTleman. A real sporTsmanship aTTiTude, boTh
on and oTT The aThleTic Tield, coupled wiTh a ready
smile and hearTy laugh, gives a preTTy Thorough
descripTion oT a regular Tellow.
HAROLD ALBERT BURGARD
Rock Hall, Md.
Achvlhes PaTio Club, lg Choir, l, 21 OrchesTra, l,
23 Herman Joseph SocieTy, I, 2, 3, 4i Golf, 2, 3,
41 Tennis, 3, 43 Green Arch, 4i PaTio S-TaTT, 4.
ShorT and sTocky, Dyke is Trom 'way down yonder
in Rock T-lall, Maryland. From The Top oT his abun-
danT brown hair To The boTTom oT his TeeT every
pound is one oT good naTure. Though sTudious
enough To display an excellenT reporT card, he al-
ways has one eye on The lookouT Tor mischieT. Be-
cause oT his Nordic descenT, Dyke has To bear The
brunT oT many nicknames, such as BliTzer, Duke,
l'-limmer. Having chosen a career in medicine, he
will surely succeed wiTh his abiliTy oT applicaTion
and his high sTandards oT moraliTy.
ERNEST BAYARD CROFOOT
Rock Hall, Ivld.
AcTiviTies: Phi Sigma Alpha, I: PaTio Club, I: Class
Vice-PresidenT, 3: Ivlgr, OT EooTbaII and BasIceT-
ball, 3, 4: EooTbaII, I: Green Arch, 4: PaTio, 4:
STudenT Council, 4: Herman Joseph SocieTy, I,
2, 3, 4. AcTors Guild, 4.
Ernie, The oTher haIT OT The Roclc Hall represenT-
aTives, is The manager OT The class. He has been
manager oT TooTbaII, basIceTbaII and baseball Tor
Two years, and did a Tine iob oT iT Too. He has been
The dance manager OT The Junior and Senior Proms
and he has managed To abrain good grades and
many Triends during his Tour years aT Archmere.
An independenT and sTudious lad, Ernie will always
be a leader aT whaTever he underTaIces.
JOSEPH FRANCIS DEVLIN
202 JeTTrey STreeT, ChesTer, Pa.
AcTiviTies: Herman Joseph SocieTy, I, 2, Pres., 3, 4:
Choir, 2, Pres., 3, 4: Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4: BasIceT-
ball, I, 3: Green Arch, 3, 4: EooTbaII, I, 2, 3,
CapTain, 4: PaTio, 4.
Joe Devlin, The besT aThIeTe in The Senior Class,
is one oT The TriendIiesT and besT-Iilced sTudenTs aT
Archmere. IT would Talce a IoT To malce Joe angry:
This is cerTainIy a crediT To his geniaIiTy. Curly is a
quieT, sTeady worker, and There will be many who
will miss him, noT only among The Seniors buT oTher
classes as well. IT he achieves The popularify in
IaTer IiTe ThaT he enjoys Today, he will be a real
JAMES FRANCTS DOLAN, JR.
Box lO9, WilmingTon, Del.
AcTiviTies: FooTball, I,4: Bowling, I: Herman Joseph
SocieTy, I, 2, 3, 47 Phi Sigma Alpha, Pres., 3, 4:
Choir, I: Green Arch, 2, 3, 4: Tennis, 43 PaTio
Genial Jim, The iolly iiTTerbug, isn'T a Tellow To
disagree wiTh. He's noT a hard man lvlcDolan, buT
he surely can argue. This abiliTy he has puT To good
use as presidenT oT The school debaTing socieTy, Phi
Sigma Alpha FraTerniTy. Perhaps ThaT is why he
aspires To be a lawyer, buT whaTever he underTal4es,
we lcnow ThaT he will succeed in The usual Dolan
manner. Good luclc To a swell Tellowl
THOMAS ANTHONY FILBRANDT
AcTiviTies: OrchesTra, I, 2, 3, 43 BaslceTball, 2, 3, 41
FooTball, 43 Green Arch, 41 Baseball, 43 Herman
QuieT and reserved, Tom hails Trom The good
Wisconsin TerriTory, The moTher-sTaTe oT The TaculTy.
Arriving iusT This year as a senior, he accusTonned
himselT To easTern ways righT Trom The sTarT. A sTar
in TooTball, baslceTball, and baseball, Tom couples his
aThleTic TeaTs wiTh a Tine scholasTic record. He is
one oT The besT-lilcecl Tellows, because oT his quieT
sinceriTy and his ever-presenT smile. Since he has
These Tine aTTribuTes, we lcnow he will succeed.
CHARLES THOMAS GRACE
I534 Beale Slreel, Linwood, Pa.
Acliviliesz Palio, 4, Green Arch, 43 Choir, 2, 4.
Charles was welcomed back wilh open arms lo
Archmere aller a year's absence. He soon made
up lor losl lime by providing The class wilh numer-
ous laughs and earned lor himself Ihe lille ol Ihe
Ulunniesl fellow." However, il isn'l all play wilh
Chas, because he is a conscien+ious worker once he
enlers The classroom. An inleresling hobby ol col-
Iecling guns keeps him enlerlained aller school
hours. We wish him every success in his lulure
JOHN DOLPH HARVELL
l909 Baynard Blvd., Wilminglon, Del.
Acfivifiesz Eoolball, I, 2, 3, 43 Baskelball, I, 2, 3, 4:
Baseball, I, 2, Caplain, 3.
Jack Harvell ioined lhe class ol l942 during Ihe
lasl hall ol +he year and Iherelore he isn"r quile as
well known +o 'rhe Seniors as some who have been
here lour years. Neverlheless, in Ihe shorl lime he
has been wilh us, he has proved To be an excellenl
scholar. Ivlosl ol his school years were spen+ in
Canada, allhough his home is in Wilminglon. Our
acguainlance has been shorl, bul we predicl success
lor lhis lall, reserved young man.
JOHN DAVID HENRY
305 Wesf 5Ih Sfreef, Wilmingfon, Del.
Acfiviliesz Choir, I, 21 Herman Joseph Sociefy, I,
2, 3, 4: Golf, I, 2, 3, 4: Bowling, I, 2, 3, 42 Eoof-
ball, li Class Vice-pres., 2, 4: Sec., 33 Palio, 43
Phi Sigma Alpha, 43 Sfuzlenf Council, 45 Base-
ball, 4. Salufaforian.
Hank, The scholar of our class, has displayed his
many +aIen+s 'n mosf of fhe exfra-curricular acfiv-
ifies. Injured in a baskefloall game in his freshman
year, Hank was kepf ouf of The field of sporfs unfil
fhe currenf baseball season, during which he proved
fo be fhe spark-plug of fhe feam, His manly pera
sonalify has also been noficed in his homefown, Wil-
minglon, where he has befriended many a lad and
Iassie. We all know Hank will go ahead, so good
JOSEPH PATRICK IVIONIGLE
2809 Monroe Sfreef, WiIm'ngfon, Del.
Ac+ivi+ies: Class Sec., I: Choir, I, 3: Green Arch,
I, 2, 3, 4i Pafio Sfaff, 4.
Joe in his fruly Irish manner can manage fo gef
info more frouble fhan any ofher five boys. Buf if's
all in fun, and no harm's done, so Joe goes sailing
along. Tall, blond and goodelooking, Joe does all
righf wifh fhe ladies, foo. A scholarship sfudenf,
Joe has mainfained a high scholasfic record during
fhe four years he has been here. He has become a
friend of everyone because of his sparkling wif,
which has provided many laughs for all. We shall
miss him-a good friend, a fine scholar, and a
WILLIAM IVIICI-IAEL OCONNELL
703 Rodney Sfreef, Wilmingfon, Del.
Acfivifiesz Class Vice-pres., I: Pres., 2, 3, 43 Choir,
2, 37 I-Ierman Joseph Sociefy, 2, 3, 47 Baseball,
2, 3, 4: Green Arch, I, 3, 4: Pafio, 47 Phi Sigma
Alpha, 4, Sfudenf Council, 45 Civics Club, Pres.,
4. Commencemenf Speaker.
Bill is a genfleman and a scholar in fhe classroom,
and his name has never been absenf from fhe
I-lonor Roll in his four years of affendance af Arch-
mere. I-le has also shown himself fo be an all-around
sfar in sporfs, playing varsify baseball for fhree
years. Class presidenf for fhe pasf fhree years,
Mouf has led fhe class fo all kinds of honors, and
we know he will confinue fo lead in anyfhing he
JOHN PAUL NESTER
IOOO Boofh Sfreef, Chesfer, Pa.
Acfivifiesz Choir, I, 2: Tennis, 27 Golf, 2, 3, Foof-
ball, 2, 3: Baskefball, 2, 3, Pafio, 4: Baseball, 4.
Coming from Chesfer I-ligh School in his fresh-
man year, Jack has been wifh us for lhree and a
half years. "Lesfer de Pesfer" has done much fo
liven up fhe somefimes dull class-work. I-le has many
friends in Wilmingfon as well as in Chesler, and
has become acquainfed wifh mosf of fhe policemen
from Chesfer fo Wilmingfon. A lively person wifh
a ready wif, Jack may be expecfed fo affracf suc-
cess and affenfion in lhe years fo come.
ANTI-IGNY FRANCIS PILEGGI
32I WesT 3rd STreeT, ChesTer, Pa.
AcTiviTies: Herman Joseph SocieTy, I, 2, 3, 4: GOIT,
I, 2, 3, 43 FooTbaIl, Ig Green Arch, 2, 3, 4: Choir,
I, 23 PaTio STaTT, 47 STudenT Council, 4. Valedic-
Tony has disTinguished himselT as The TirsT sTu-
denT in The class by heading The I'lonor Roll con-
sisTenTly in his Tour years aT Archmere. I-Ie is The
EinsTein oT The class. I-Iis lcnowledge of IvlaTh will be
very useTul To him when he Talces The diTficulT Civil
Engineering course aT Drexel lnsTiTuTe. Tony's perse-
vering aTTiTude will malce him apply himselT sTren-
uously in any worlc he chooses To underTaIce. All hail
and all luck To This swell Tellow cIassmaTe.
ALBERTO SANTA MARIA
AcTiviTies: Choir, I, 2: I:ooTIoall, I, 2, 3, 4: Dra-
matics, 25 Tennis, 3: Green Arch, 2, 3, 4: Class
Sec., 47 EdiTor oT PaTio, 43 Baseball, 4.
SanTa is, beyond a doubT, The besT-lilced member
oT The Senior class. Never have we seen him lose his
Temper in Tour years ThaT he has been wiTh us. We
will all miss SanTa's sTaTion wagon: iT made such a
nice recreaTion room aT noon-Time. Capable oT
handling equally well The TooTbaII on The gridiron
and The TexTbooI4 in The classroom, SanTa gives The
impression oT one who will persevere in anyThing he
DANIEL FRANCIS Sl-IIELDS
Aclivifies: Class Pres., I3 Sec., 2: Treas., 43 Choir,
2, 3, Green Arch, 4: Palio, 47 Baseball, 4.
In Dan 'rhe school has one of lhe mosl clean-Cul
and quielesr lellows imaginable. I-lis popularily was
shown when he was unanimously eleclecl class lreas-
urer. Allhough he doesn'l lalce an aclive parl in
sporls excepl baseball, he really Iilces Ihem, and was
presenl a+ all Ihe school games. I-Iis oulslancling
lealures are his red hair and big smile. Nolhing in
lhe four years al Archmere has bolherecl Dan: he
perseveres in everylhing he begins, and evidenlly
will do The same in Ialer life.
FIRST STUDENTS AT ARCHMERE
Seplember I4, I932
yl Thomas Donnelly
J. Presfon Pew
Mosf Likely 'ro Succeed
Mosf Popular wifh Girls
Mosf Business Like
Class of '42
Everybody excep+ Dolan
Fr. Hurley and Fr. Diny
"They Died Wiih Their Boois On
Blues in 'rhe Nighl
San+a's Sfafion Wagon
To righf: W. YeTTer, J. FilbrandT, F. Miller, W. Maloney, J. Murray,
THE POST GRADUATES
"QualiTy, noT QuanTiTy," is The moTTo oT The PosT GraduaTe class.
Though Tew in number, The P. Gfs have Talcen parT in every acTiviTy
oT The school.
Joe Murray, lv1idgeT TooTball coach and VarsiTy baslceTball player,
hails Trom WashingTon, D.C. John FilbrandT, Trom AnTigo, Wis., was
lcepT ouT oT bofh TooTball and baskeTball when he injured his knee in
The early parT oT The season. Bill YeTTer. Trom ClaymonT High School,
played TooTball, baseball, and baslceTball.
Wales Zechman, our represenTaTive Trom WilmingTon, is a sTrong
advocaTe oT The new STudenT Government Francis lvliller leTT us in
The early parT oT The second semesTer To awaiT The call To arms. Bill
Maloney, Trom P. S. DuponT l-ligh School, is The newesT addiTion To
The class, coming in The beginning oT The semesTer.
AlThough Trom diTTerenT parTs oT The counTry, The P. Gfs have suc-
ceeded in Their many diversiTied acTiviTies, and will long be remem-
bered aT Archmere.
Since The beginning OT The year The Juniors have proved Them-
selves a valuable asseT on and abouT The campus. Ever campaigning,
They are responsible Tor The now Thriving STudenT Council and The
many innovaTions resulTing from iT. No acTiviTy Tinds iTselT wiThouT a
Junior represenTaTive7 sporTs have more Than Their share. The Junior
Prom was a huge success, bringing well-deserved credil' To an enere
geTic and ambiTious class. Press conTerences abouT The sTaTe, radio
programs, compeTiTive dramaTics, all have seen Juniors Taking no
The Tollowing class oTTicers were chosen in The elecTions in Sep-
Tember: Edward O'Neill, presidenTy Richard Cavanaugh, vice-presi-
denTg Spiros l-laldas, secreTaryq George AruTTo, Treasurer.
Firsf row-LefT To righi: John Shields, W. Nesler, T. Grimm. G. AruTTo,
M. Culbert E. O'Neill, S. l-laldas, C. DiSabiTino, W. Craven, R. Gallagher.
Second row: E. Lawrence, D. Murphy, J, LaPenTa, W. Grace, R. Cavanaugh,
Fr. Nolan, J. Weelcley, G, Close, T. Parvis, B. Doig, l-l. Wendel.
Fronl row: W. Craven, J. Cassidy, J. T. Callahan, R. Grace, J. Tiqani, J. Phillips,
hy, W, Dewson,
c row: R. Shiols, R. Wheeler, R. Boyle, C. Ochrymowicz, Fr. l-linlces, F. Dudley,
J l'-l ley L 1 pl
ln lhe early parl ol lhe school year, we had our lirsl class meeling,
and, as is lhe cuslom, elecled lhe lollowing class ollicers: Joe Tigani,
Presidenl: Diclc Grace, Vice-Presidenlg Chesler Ochromowicz, Secree
lary: and Bill McLaughlin, Treasurer.
Though lhe maiorily ol lhe class are small in slalure, we are ade-
qualely represenled in every alhlelic lield. We had Joe Tiqani, Bob
Boyle, Diclc Grace and Frank Dudley playing Varsily loolloall. Repre-
senling us on lhe Midgels we had Jim Phillips, Bob Murphy and Bill
Dewson. Baslcelball has also lell our mighl. The Midgels' mosl suc-
cesslul season was greally due lo Bill Dewson, Jim Phillips, Bob
Murphy, Bill McLaughlin, Jim l-laley and Bob Wheeler.
We are nol an enlirely alhlelic-minded class. Our musicians in lhe
orcheslra, our scholars on lhe honor roll, our aclive parl in lhe ad-
vancemenl ol lhe sludenl qovernmenl, our vocalisls in lhe choir, our
debalers, and our l-lerman Joseph members, all show lhe diversilied
aclivilies in which we look parl.
We'll lceep il up always.
Look Them over-The newesT addiTion To Archmere environmenT,
The class oT '46. Their change from children To high school sTudenTs
can be noTiced by a glance aT Their enviable TirsT year record. They're
a qreaT lounch oT boys.
The TirsT acTion oT Form Three was The elecTion oT class oTTicers.
They chose Jimmy Dugan Tor PresidenT, Doc DoherTy Tor Vice-
president Jimmy Nolan Tor SecreTary, and Dick Kaiser Tor Treasurer.
Their records speak Tor Themselves: They sold more chance books and
TickeTs Than any oTher class: They had aThleTes in TooTball. loaskeTball,
and baseloallg They have scholars leading The honor roll, Their class
is a sTrong advocaTe oT The sTudenT governmenT, Their chorisTers,
l-lerman Joseph members, and Their debaTers. Since This is The TirsT
year's record, look ouT Tor nexT year's Sophs.
Fronf row M Wendel L PoTTs J. Nolan. J. Dugan, J. R. Callahan.
c row T Galv n F Burr G. Callahan, R. Schilly, Fr. Diny, S. Reczek,
Fronf row M Wendel L PoTTs J. Nolan, J. Dugan, R. Kaiser, J. R, Callahan.
Fronf row: John Burr, John Wilson, Fafher Hurley, Francis Foriunafo, Willard
Back row: George Briflingham, Thomas Law, Roberl Manion.
FORM ONE AND TWO
Whai we lack in numbers we have in spiril. Early in lhe year we
mel To choose our class officers and from rhe cream oi lhe class
we chose John Wilson as presidenl, Francis Foriunalo for vice-presi-
dent Willard Presron lor secrelary, and John Burr for lreasurer.
John Wilson, Franny Forlunalo, and Willie Preslon are our besl
alhleles. Bul' we musl' noi lorgel our 82-Ib. Alias in lhe person of
Big Jaclc Burr. We also have our browny, loullcy, baliering Tom Law.
Bob lvlanion acls as lhe class hislorian, while Franny is our aulhorily
on "Correc+ English." l-le oilen experiences diiiicully in impressing
his views of our language upon Johnny Wilson. George Brillingham,
by his marvelous impersonafion of The Indian chief in "They Died
Wifh Their Bools On," has well deserved lhe nickname "Chief Crazy
You will easily undersiand aller lhis brief descriplion why, wilh
such a variely, we canno+ achieve our goal-regular menlion on ihe
l-lonor Roll. This we will do nexl year when we become responsible
HISTORY CDF THE CLASS OF 1942
In '38, fhe class of '42 began ifs acfivifies af Archmere wifh I9
hard-working sfudenfs. Under fhe skilled leadership of Fafher Hinlces,
we quickly adopfed fhe manners and cusfoms of fhe school, and
sfarfed off on 'rhe righf foof fo success. The officers elecfed in Sep-
fember were: Edwin Whalen, presidenf: William O'Connell, vice-
presidenf: Joseph Monigle, secrefary: Joseph Devlin, freasurerg and
Harold Burgard, cheer leader. Lafer Daniel Shields was elecfed presi-
denf fo' fill fhe posifion made vacanf by fhe prolonged illness of
As sophomores we enioyed a very successful year under fhe
vigilanf wafch of Fafher Nolan despife The loss of several class mem-
bers. Af fhe firsf meefing fhe elecfions were held and resulfed in
fhe choosing of William O'Connell as presidenfg John Henry as vice-
president Daniel Shields as secrefary, and John Crowley as freas-
As Juniors, once again under fhe experf guidance of Fafher Hinkes,
we prepared ourselves for fhe heavy responsibilifies of being seniors.
The class officers for fhe school year were as follows: William O'Con-
nell, presidenfg Ernesf Crofoof, vice-presidenf, John Henry, secrefary:
and Donald Raine, freasurer.
And now, as seniors under fhe able leadership of our esfeemed
Headmasfer, Fafher Hurley, we find ourselves swiffly approaching
graduafion. The class officers: William O'Connell, presidenf: John
Henry, vice-presidenfg Alberfo Sanfa Maria, secrefaryz and Daniel
Shields, freasurer, are preparing 'rhe class for fhaf evenfful day.
Though mosf of us are nof endowed wifh afhlefic abilify, we really
excel as scholars, as fhe monfhly honor rolls have been showing.
However, we are able fo boasf of such oufsfanding afhlefes as: Joe
Devlin, William Berl, Alberfo Sanfa Maria, James Dolan, and Tom
Filbrandf. Of course, fhe wifs of fhe class: Joe lvlonigle, Charles
Grace, Tony Pileggi, and John Nesfer are nof fo be forgoffen eifher.
Now fhaf our four years al' Archmere are virfually complefed, we
are viewing fhe fufure wifh sfrong minds, healfhy bodies, and wifh
renewed vigor. We have been spirifually forfified by fhe Norberfine
Fafhers fo face wifh courage all fhe problems fhaf fhe world will
'rhrusf af us. Though few in number, we will never forgef Archmere
wifh ifs beaufiful campus, ifs smiling faces, and ifs guiding lighfs-
MUSIC, MAESTRO, PLEASE . . .
Beclr row: J. Devlin, H. Wendel, R, Boyle, A. Pileggi, J. Henry, J. Tigani
G. Callahan, W. O'Connell, M, CulberT.
Second row: T. Grimm, J. Murray, T, FilbrandT, W. NesTer, H. Burgard, Fr. Hinlces
F. ForTunaTo, E. CroTooT, J. Dolan, J. Nolan, J. FilbrandT.
Third row: J. Craven, W. Dewson, J. Callahan, TJ. Phillips, J. Dugan, l.. PoTTs
M. Wandel, R. Murphy, J. Callahan, T. Galvin.
The Alpha Omega SocieTy in The TiTTh year oT iTs exisTence has
Tor iTs moderaTor and organizer FaTher Gabriel Hinlces. The socieTy
was Tounded in order To Teach more boys To serve Holy Mass and
BenedicTion. ln order ThaT all members may parTic:ipaTe in The serving,
The boarders serve Mass on Sundays and weekdays and Benod'cTion
on Sunday evening, and The day sTudenTs serve Benedichon, STaTion
OT The Cross and High Masses which are aTTended by The sTudenT
body in a group. Four Tormer members of Tho sociely have enTerod
seminaries To sTudy Tor The holy priesThood.
The socieTy is under The paTronage oT The Blessed Herman Joseph.
a devouT priesT oT The NorberTine Order, who lived during The TwelTlh
and ThirTeenTh cenTury.
The oTlicers elec:Ted by The socieTy were: Joseph Devlin, PresidenT:
Tony Pileqqi, Vice-President Bill O'Connell, SecreTary: and Jim
THE GREEN ARCH STAFF
During The lasT Three years The Green Arch has been represenTed
aT The Columbia Press AssociaTion meeTing aT Newarlc, and aT The
Middle STaTes Press Assoc?aTion aT Beacom College. The currenT
EdiTor-in-chieT is John T-lenry: associaTe ediTor, ErnesT CroTooT and
business manager, Thomas EilbrandT. ,
Timely Topics and imporTanT noTices are broughT To The aTTenTion
oT The sTudenTs by The well-wriTTen and eTTecTive ediTorials Day by
day hisTory oT The school is recorded in The pages oT "The Green
Arch." The sTaTT members work in harmony wifh each oiher and Turn
ouT a paper comparable in iTs class To any in The counTry.
From a Iirerary sTandpoinT "The Green Arch" has given To The
sTudenTs an opporTuniTy Tor iournalisTic expression. Besides The Tra n
ing OT The usual ediTorial wriTing and news reporTing, iT has carr ed
ThroughouT The years TeaTures, columns, and poems wriTTen by our
Back row: J. Devlin, S, Haldas, W. Zechrnan, A. SanTa Maria, FaTher l-loTTman
W, O'Connell, W. Berl, J. Weekley.
Second row: R. Gallagher, T. FiibrandT, T-l. Burgard, E. CroTooT, W. Dewson
J. Callahan, J. Phillips, J. Callahan, R. Cavanaugh, H. Wendel,
Fronf row: A. Pileggi, J. Dolan, E. O'NeiIl, B. Doig, J. Henry, J. FilbranclT
J. Dugan, F. ForTunaTo.
LefT To righT: B. Doiq, E. CroTooT, T. Grimm, S. T-Ialdas, FaTher l-loTTman, R. Gal-
laqher, J. Weelcley, l'l. Wendel, E. Q'Neill.
THE ARCHMERE PLAYERS
The Archmere Players organized several years ago, and Tor The
pasT Three years have been under The direcTion oT FaTher l-loTTman.
Since Then, The players have been noTed Tor aT leasT one sTar per-
Tormance each season.
On Palm Sunday, March 20, I94O, The dramaTisTs dislringuished
Themselves wiTh a splendid performance OT "Monsignor's Hour," a
peace play by EmmeT Lavery.
The players were again honored when They enacTed Their one-acT
play, "The FaTal LeTTer," in The PrivaTe School SecTion oT The Dela-
ware STaTe DramaTic FesTival in April, l94l.
Again, on April TiTTeenTh oT This year, They produced "lT lsn'T
Done," by Carl Gliclc in The Delaware FesTival. The play was enacTed
aT Ursuline Academy in coniuncTion wiTh compeTiTion from Salesi-
anum, Tower l-lill, and Ursuline. Leading roles in The producTion were
Taken by Barry Doig, Jefferson Weelcley, and Thomas Grimm. They
reTurnecl Trom The compeTiTion wiTh second place.
THE PATIO STAFF
"Bigger and BeTTer" has been The moTTo oT The Senior class, while
They have been pursuing The diTTiculT problem OT publishing The i942
PaTio, and we sincerely believe ThaT we have accomplished our aim.
We wish To express our sinceresT Thanlcs OT appreciaTion To FaTher
Nolan, who has been our co-worker and TaculTy advisor. Since The
day he was chosen To be ediTor-in-chieT, Till The evenTTul day oT
prinTing, The hardesT worlcer on The sTaTT has been AlberTo SanTa
Maria. The diTFiculT Task oT Tinancing was ably handled by our business
manager, William Berl.
Heading The sporTs division were Bill O'Connell and Joe Devlin,
co-ediTors. Dan Shields was The club ediTor, and his assisTanTs were
Jaclc NesTer, Jim Dolan, and Charlie Grace. Tony Pileggi was ihe'
class ediTor and his chief assisTanT was Hank Henry, and The members
oT The business sTaTT were Joe Monigle, Wales Zechman and Joe
Murray. All The phoTography used in The PaTio TirsT had To pass
Through The hands oT Harold Burgard and ErnesT CroTooT.
Our problems have been numerous, our rewards Tew, buT The
supreme saTisTacTion oT lcnowing ThaT iT will provide a lasTing record
oT our accomplishmenTs and as a source OT enioymenT To our Tellow
sTudenTs, is The reward oT which we are proud.
STanding: J. Devlin, W. O'Connell, J. NesTer, H, Burqard, FaTher Nolan, C. Grace
D. Shields. A. Pileggi.
Seafedz J. Dolan, E. CroTooT, W. Berl, A. SanTa Maria, J. Murray, W. Zechman
Fa-on? row: W. Craven, W. Dewson, J. Dugan, J. Cassidy, L. Polls.
Second row: C, Ochrymowicz, G. Callahan, R, Boyle, R. Wheeler, J. Tigani,
M. Culbmi, J. Weclcley. C. DiSabilino.
Back row: W. Nosler, P. Cleary, F. Forlunalo, J. l-laley.
Af The organ: Faiher l-linlces.
The Archmere chorislers are under rhe able leadership of Falher
l-linlqes. The Chair which originaied during Jrhe school year I939-l94O
is open lo any slrudenl inleresled in vocal lraining.
The purpose of lhe Choir is lo sing good polyphonic church and
classical music and 'ro aid lhe members in learning a grealer variely
of sacred hymns and pa+riO+iC songs.
They have dislinguished 'rhemselves in many paslr achievemenls. A
few of These successes have been singing al gradualion exercises.
during High Mass, and during our yearly relreals.
WiTh endless eTTorT and paTience, lvlr. Wendel has labored wiTh
The Archmere musicians Tor Three years.
Beginning in l937, The OrchesTra has played aT various occasions
such as The card parTies, and aT qraduaTion, where iT was hearTily
We do noT inTend To heap praise on our boys, yeT we give Them
Tull crediT Tor Trying so hard and so conscienTiouslyg and we Tincl ThaT
This year, Archmere's TenTh anniversary OT exisTence, Tinds The Or-
chesTra aT iTs besT, and on iTs way To success.
LeT's go back a Tew years, and call To mind some OT The Tellows
which The Orche-sTra should loolc up, The boys who sTarTed iT all. l:irsT,
our own Torn Maloney, The noTorious Tinlcler oT The ivories. Everyone
should remember Tom, The 'ouTsTander." Then There was Ed PeTers,
The "hoT TrumpeTer," and Don Raine, who was ever willing and quiTe
able To "swing iT" on his Tiddle. WiTh These in mind, leT The Orches-
Tra "sTrive on To Tinish The worlc iT is in"-To be an ouTsTanding success
in TuTure years.
T righT: T, Filbi'andT, M. Wendel, Mr. Wendel, J. Callahan, R. Grace.
J. Phillips, J, FilbrandT, l-l. Wendel.
ichael Morley, PresidenT I94l-
T932 and l933-Mrs. Franlc Garey
I934-Mrs. James Dewey
. Maybelle Oakes
. Joseph Cavanaugh
. William NoThnagle
The MoThers' Guild OT Archmere is comprised of
moThers oT pasT and presenT sTudenTs. The organiza-
Tion meeTs every TirsT Wednesday of The monTh,
alTernaTing Trom aTTernoon meeTings To evening
meeTings. AT These meeTin-gs, plans Tor Their Fall
and Spring card parTies are discussed. The loeauTiTul
sTaTue oT The Blessed MoTher in The garden was
donaTed by Them This year.
On December Third, The Tollowing officers were
elecTed: Mrs. Michael Morley, President Mrs.
Thomas J. Haley, Vice-President Mrs. John P.
NesTer, SecreTary: and Mrs. J. F. Cavanaugh.
AT THE SPRING CARD PARTY
Top: The Committee
Bottom: The Players
BOARDERS' STUDENT COUNCIL
The Boarders' STudenT Council is a new organizaTion sTarTed by
The boarders early in February I942. The orqanizaTion has as iTs
adviser FaTher Diny. AT The beginning oT each monTh, new oTTicers
are elecTed so as To leT each member have a chance aT iTs worlc.
AT The TirsT meeTing The Tollowing were chosen as oTTicers: Eddie
O'Neill, President Ernie CroTooT, represenTing The Senior class:
Barry Doig, represenTing The Junior classy and Bob Boyle, represenT-
ing boTh The Sophomore and Freshman classes.
Le'f+ To righT: B. Doig, E, CroTooT, E. O'Neill, R. Boyle.
Q I MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB
During The school year oT I939-I94O, The Archmere Modelairs held
Two Model Air MeeTs and parTicipaTed wholehearTedly in The Annual
Archmere Hobby Show. In November l939, They held a successTul
rubber band model conTesT and in June I94O, They sponsored a com-
bined gas and rubber powered model show. These conTesTs were
managed and direcTed by I:aTher I-IoTTman, The club adviser.
Club officers Tor The scholasTic season were: Genaro Trueba, presi-
denTg John Hairskme, vice-presidenTg and Joseph Kisielewicz, secreTary
During The scholasTic years I937, I938, and I939, The PhoTography
Club Tlourished and expanded rapidly. The snapshoTs on many oT The
PaTio pages were made by members oT The organizaTion. IT was Mr.
John Fleclc who broughT up The idea oT Torming a club Tor sTudenTs
inTeresTed in The Taking and developmenT oT picTures. ITs purpose
was To Teach every one in iT The arT oT phoTography, as well as diTTer-
enT Techniques Tor developing picTures.
The TirsT leaders OT The club were AlTredo Trueba, presidenTg
Thomas Maloney, Treasurer: and Genaro Trueba, secreTary. The
Board oT DirecTors Tor The second year consisTed oT AITredo Trueba,
Louis Sannini, Genaro Trueba, and Paul Riley.
PHI SIGMA ALPHA
The Phi Sigma Alpha I:raTerniTy originaTed Tour years ago under
The supervision oT Mr. E. V. O'Brien. The purpose OT The socieTy is To
oTTer iTs members opporTuniTies in oraTory, debaTe, drama, and radio.
Because Tew sTudenTs were able To parTicipaTe, The TraTerniTy was
noT as acTive This year as iT has been in The pasT. The highlighT oT
The year was a broadcasTed program on The liTe oT ST. NorberT,
Tounder oT The PremonsTraTensian Order, over STaTion WDEL in
WilmingTon. The CaTholic Form oT The Air sponsored The evenT. This
year's members are: Barry Doig, William O'ConneII, John Henry,
John Shields, and James Dolan. PasT presidenTs are: I939-RoberT E.
Carson: I94-O-Ralph Coughlan: I94I-James Dolan.
AT Tl-IE JUNIOR PROM
THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Mr Joseph Walker
In This, fhe Tenfh Anniversary Pafio, we have looked back over The
pasf years af Archmere and have nofed fhe oufsfanding evenfs and
personalifies which have shaped ifs course. In This secfion of fhe book
we have lisfed fhe graduafes of Archmere and have succeeded in
felling, for fhe mos+ parf, whaf fhey are doing af fhe presenf fime.
The lisfs for each year do nof include fhe posf-graduafe sfudenfs,
even fhough fhere has always been a class of boys who have come
'ro Archmere fo puf in anofher year of preparafion for college work.
Perhaps some fufure class will be able fo find ouf and publish fhe
acfivifies of all 'rhe alumni, since fhe associafion is made up of
graduafes, posf-graduafes, and also fhose who have spenl' al' Ieasl'
one year af Archmere and have wifhdrawn in good sfanding.
Seven groups of young men have passed fhrough fhe halls of 'rhe
school before our presenf class. From Archmere fhey have gone on
fo higher educafion, fo 'rhe armed forces of The Unifed Sfafes, and
fo fhe indusfrial life of fheir communifies. Eighf alumni have dedi-
cafed fheir lives fo fhe holy priesfhood. Fiffeen graduafes in addi-
fion 'ro many ofher alumni are af presenf in fhe army, navy, and
marine corps. Wifhin a few monfhs many more will become a parf
of fhe armed forces in fhe presenf fifanic sfruggle. We who are
abouf fo join fhem in a shorf 'rime salufe fhe former sfudenfs of
Archmere, and wish fhem Godspeed in fheir life work.
Presidenf ..... .. Joseph Walker
Vice-Presidenf 4 . . . . . Joseph Healy
Secrefary .... . . William Navin
Treasurer .... . James Haley
Frefers: Waller Ziegler, Roberf Carson, George Feldman, Neal
McLaughlin, and Joseph McLaughlin.
WITH THE GRADUATES . .
Requiescot in pace.
CLASS OF '35
James W. Cleary-Res+aura+eur, Philadelphia, Pa.
J. Ferdinand Convery-U. S. Army.
James Conway-Georgeiown Universiry. Washing-
Ion, D. C.: Yale Universify, New Haven, Conn.:
Federal Bureau of Invesligaiion.
Thomas Fifzsimmons-Pusey 8: Jones Co., Wilming-
Joseph Healy-Temple Universily, Philadelphia, Pa.
John Keaveny-Easlern Air Lines, New Yorlc, N. Y.
Francis Milano-Cavalcade of America Program.
New York, N. Y.
John A. O'ConnelI - Beacom Business College:
Hecules Powder Co.: U. S. Army.
Francis Pufahl-The Ciladel, Charlesion, S. C.
John Rebman-Drexel Inslilule, Philadelphia, Pa.,
William Reilly-S+. Norloerl' College, Wesl De
Pere, Wis. ldeceased-Feb. IO, I942l.
Russell Wheeler-U. S. Army.
PAUL iJ. TAGGART, J
CLASS OF '36
Thomas J. Dewey-Baldwin Locomolive Co., Eddy-
Thomas J. Donnelly-Philadelphia, Pa.
J. Goorge Feldman-S+. Norberi College: Soulh-
oasf Catholic High School, Philadelphia, Pa.
Gerard S. Garey-Cafholic Universiiy of America,
Washinglon, D. C.: U. S. Army.
John Glenn-Eleclric l-lose and Rubber Co., Wil-
William J. Hanley-Dickinson College, Carlisle Pa.
William P-leilcen-Baldwin Locomoiive Co., Eddy-
Rober+ F. Kelly- S+. Norberi College: S+a'rion
WILM, Wilmingfong U. S. Army.
Vinceni Maguire-Mounl S+. Mary's College, Em-
Neal McLaughlin-S+. Norberl' College: Soulheasi
Cafholic High School, Philadelphia, Pa.
Joseph lv1cSweeney-Universily of Delaware, New-
William J. Navin-Villanova College, Philadelphia,
Leo A. O'Connor-U. S. Army.
l-l. Presion Pew-Grove Ciiy College: Sun Ship-
building Co., Chesler, Pa.
Philip Simeone-U. S. Army.
Samuel J. Slichfer-Wilson Meal Co., Wilming-
Thomas Sullivan-Slevedore, Philadelphia, Pa.
Paul J. Taggari, Jr.-Mouni S+. lviary's College:
Taggarf 8: Lange, Inc., Wilmingion, Del.
William J. Walker-Insurance Agency, Philadel-
Joseph A. Yuravich-Fordham Universify, New
JOSEPH M. McLAUGl-lLlN
CLASS OF '37
Ross J. Arnold-Villanova College, Schoolship
Joseph Bowers-U. S. Army Air Corps
Levan Bowers-Temple Universily, Philadelphia, Pa.
Francis Boyle-Calalylic Developmenl Co., Lin-
wood, Pa., Universily of Pennsylvania.
Gordon Brosmer-Villanova College, Philadelphia.
Marlin Coggfns-Peirce Business College, Phila-
James Collins-Villanova College: Universily of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
George M. Curlin-Llniversily ol Delaware, New-
arlc, Del., U. ol Virginia Law School.
James Frilchrnan-Moravian College.
James F. l-laley-Universily of Nolre Dame, Soulh
Edward J. Jurkowski-Villanova College, Philadel-
Joseph Milcesell-S+. Norberl College: Pennsylvania
William Mouquin-U. S. Navy.
David M. Oliver-U. S. Army.
James Shea-Mounl S+. Mary's College: George-
lown Medical School.
CLASS OF '38
William T. Baker-Universily of Pennsylvania: Baker
Laundry Co., Collinswood, N. J.
George P. Bishop-Ballimore, Md.
Anlhony L. Celesle-U. S. Army.
Charles l-l. Darrah-Hoclcessin, Del.
Viclor E. DeBerardinis-Chesler, Pa.
James H. l-louser-Universi+y of Delaware, Newark,
Anlhony J. Jurich-Temple Universiryg U. S. Army.
John D. McSweeney-Sun Shipbuilding Co., Ches-
Joseph A. McCormick-Penn Slale College, Penn
Joseph M. McLaughlin-S+. Norberl College, Wesl
De Pere, Wis.
Edxlgward J. Oalces-Wharlon School, Philadelphia,
Michael D. O'Connor-Sun Shipbuilding Co., Ches-
James P. Whelan-Calalylic Developrnenl Co., Lin-
Leon J. Woiciechoslci-Sun Shipbuilding Co., Ches-
ROBERT E. CARSON
WALTER H. ZIEGLER
CLASS OF '39
Louis J. Apichell-The Apichell Coal Co., Kulp-
Frederick K. Baker-Valley Forge Junior College:
Syracuse Universily, Syracuse, N. Y.
Roberl E. Carson-Universiiy oi Hawaii, Honolulu,
S+. Norberf College, Wesf De Pere, Wis.
Sfuarl l-l. Degginger-Fordham Universify, New
York, N. Y.
John H. Dewson-S+. Charles Minor Seminary: S+.
Mary's Seminary, Baliimore, Md.
Gerald P. Doherfy-The Bancroff Co., Wilming-
ron, Del. U. S. Marines.
Howard J. Gallagher-Mounf S+. Mary's College,
Joseph W. Hess-Philadelphia Eleclric Co., Phila-
Mallhew F. Judge--Unifed Siaies Marines.
Joseph F. McLaughlin-Chesferlown College,
Francis X. Mullen-Uniied Gas lmprovemenf, Ches-
William E. Nolhnagle-Uniied Gas Improvement
Louis J. Sannini-Wharfon School: Philadelphia
Baking Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Francis W. Tigani-The Du Poni Co., Wilminglon,
Vinceni L. Tigani-Villanova College, Philadelphia,
Raymond S. Traceski-The Wesiinghouse Co., Phila-
Alfredo Pafino Trueba-Papanlla, Mexico.
Eugene F. While-The Sun Oil Co., Chesler, Pa.
CLASS OF '40
Roberi J. Cavanaugh--Universily of Delaware
Ralph J. Coughlan-Wharion School oi Business,
George F. Davis-Mounr S+. Mary's College.
Pafrick J. Coyne-Mouni S+. Mary's College
Alberl A. Ewald-Calralylic Developmenl Co., Lin-
Philip Doherly-Universily of Delaware, Newark
THOMAS R. MALONEY
John J. Goodbody-The Sun Oil Co., Marcus
Roberl E. Griner-The Horn and Hardarl Co..
James F. Henry--Universily of Delaware, Newark,
Thomas J. Kilcullen-Sun Shipbuilding Co., Chesler,
John Nicholas Judge-Universify of Delaware,
John P. Lynn-Wilminglon, Del.
Joseph A. Kisielewicz-Sun Shipbuilding Co., Ches-
Fred J. Neeson-The Sun Oil Co., Chesler, Pa.
Francis L. Nesler-Uniled Gas Improvement Ches-
James C. Reischer-Lehigh Universily, Belhlehem.
Paul J. Riley-The Du Pom' Co., Wilmingfon, Del.
Henry McC. Winchesler-Universily of Delaware,
Joseph J. Walker, The Weslinghouse Co., Ches-
Edward J. Zarnoski-Villanova College, Philadel-
Waller H. Ziegler-S+. Norberl' College, Wesl De
CALSS OF '41
James W. Callahan-Villanova College, Philadel-
Roberl J. DeCosin-U. S, Arm Air Corps.
William J. Flaherly-Mounl gil. Mary's College,
John E. Hairsine-Villanova College, Philadelphia,
William J. l-lelmig-Villanova College, Philadel-
Thomas R. Maloney-Fordham Universily, New
York, N. Y.
Dennis J. McLaughlin-Providence College, Provi-
dence, R. l.
Edward J. Pelers-Georgefown Universily, Wash-
inglon, D. C.
Julius A. Oua'r+rocchi-Sun Shipbuilding and Dry-
dock Co., Chesler, Pa.
Anfhony S. Rozowicz-The Du Ponl Co., Wilming-
Gerald P. Slevenson-Sun Oil Co., Marcus Hook,
JohnIB. Thomas-The Du Pon+ Co., Wilmingfon,
William J. Tigani-Buddy William's Orcheslra,
Norman J. Traceski-Traceski Eleclric Shop, Ridley
Genaro Trueba-Corlizas lmporling Co., Philadel-
The Mos? Rev. Edmond J. Fi+zmaurice, Bishop of Wilming-
ton, hcisoFFicioted citcill the Archmere Commencements, ond
has presenled lhe diplomas +o The graduales. l-le has also
spoken 'ro The assembled graduales, rheir parenls, and
friends on imporlanl queslions before +he Church.
-The Very Rev. Maurice S. Sheehy, Ph.D.
-The Very Rev. Edward V. Slanlord, O.S.A., Ph.D.
-The Rev. Joseph F. Thorning, Ph.D.
l938-The Very Rev. Anselm M. Keele, O.Praem., Ph.D.
I939-Mr. Adolph Wasililslcy, Ph.D.
ln 'rhe following year a policy of all-sludenl par'ricipa+ion
l94O-Mr. James F. l-lenry and lvlr. Ralph J. Coughlan
l94I-Mr. John E. l-lairsine and Mr. James W. Callahan
T942-Mr. William Qfonnell.
SPGRT OF SPORTS
FlrsT row-leTT To righfz D. Murphy, L. l-laupT, J. LaPenTa, J. Wilson, S. l-laldas.
Second row: G, Close, R. Grace, iJ. Dolan, E. Tigani, C. DiSabaTino, J. Devlin,
J Tlgan T. FilbrandT, W. DoherTy, W. NesTer, G. AruTTo.
Sfandlng lf. CroTooT, W. YeTTer, W. Berl, A. SanTa Maria, R. Boyle, Fr. Diny,
M Farmer, F. Miller, W. T-lagee. R. Cavanaugh, M. CulberT, E. O'Neill.
Archmere began iTs '42 season auspiciously enough by deTeaTing
Church Farm 6-O on a hoT OcT. 4, in Glen Lock, Pa. HighlighTing
The game was Dick Cavanaugh's 55 yard sprinT To paydirT on an
inTercepTed pass in The opening quarTer. Jim La PenTa, The signal
caller, kepT Church Farm boTTled up wiTh his lengThy punTs. OuT-
sTanding Tor The Archies were Johnny Wilson, Dick Cavanaugh, Jim
La PenTa, Gene Tigani, backs, and Spiros T-laldas, CapTain Joe
Devlin, "Sabby" DiSabiTino, and Tom FilbrandT in The line.
On a cold, windy OcT. IO, The Green Wave suTTered a hearT
breaking deTeaT aT The hands oi Conrad. Though ouTweighed and
ouTmanned, Archmere scored Twice in The TirsT period. Aided by
La PenTa's superb kicking and TerriTic line play, They managed To
hold Conrad Tor a while. However The Conrad aTTack began To click
and Archmere was nosed ouT I4-I2. No one could be menTioned as
ouTsTanding player as everyone played a bang-up game.
On OcT. I7, Archmere was again vicTorious. They downed Tome
School 7-6. Tome scored in The TirsT guarTer buT The Archies re-
TaliaTed in The second period wiTh SanTa Maria scoring Trom The
Tive-yard line, climaxing a 60-yard susTained drive.
AruTTo, Devlin and l-laldas were bulwarks on deTense while La
RenTa, SanTa Maria, Tigani and Wilson shone in The secondary.
The season was balanced aT 2 vicTories and 2 deTeaTs when The
Green Wave was clelealed by Cheslnul Hill. Oul-
weighed buf fired wilh delerminalion, Ihe Archies
played credilable ball. The lirsf Ially came on a pass
from Cavanaugh Io I-Ialdas. Again Iale in Ihe 4'rh
period, Lew I-Iaupf Ihrew a desperalion pass lo
Caplr. Joe Devlin in ihe end zone Io culminalre +he
scoring lor Ihe day. Archmere I2-Cheslnul Hill
Nov. 3 saw anolher deleal lor Ihe Archies, 'rhis
lime al Ihe hands of Claymonl Io Ihe Iune of I6-O.
Archmere Ioughl' vainly 'ro +urn The 'ride buf were
unable +o capifalize on Iwo golden scoring oppor-
Iunilies. Neverfheless even in defeat Ihe Team
played a good brand of Ioolball.
Again on Nov. 7+h Ihe Green Wave mei Ihe
Blue and Gold horde from A. I. Du Ponl. Johnny
Wilson blocked a kick and scored on a 25 yard
run. I-Iis Jrouchdown wenl for naughl as A. I. rolled
up I6 poinls To lake Ihe game. Sparkling on The
line were Arulifo, Berl, Devlin, Joe Tigani and Tom
Filbrandl. Slars in The backlield were Cavanaugh,
Wilson, La Penla, Sanla Maria and Gene Tigani.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Ocf. Church Farm School ......, Home
Oc? IO A. I. DuPon+ .....,. ..... A way
Oc? I6 Tome ........,, Home
Ocl 23 Friends School ,... Away
Od 30 Chesfnuf I-Iill . , Away
Clayrnoni .... . .
New Casfle .. ....
Coach Farmer, Eafhe D
r iny, Eaflwer Hogman
Line: leff fo righf: J. DevTin, W. Berf, C. DiSabi'rTno, J. Tiqani, T. Eilbrandf,
G, Aruffo, S. Haldas.
Baclfleldz A. Sanfa Maria, J. WiTson, R
.Cavanaugh J. Lapenfa.
Fllb dt B
MIDGET FOOTBALL ,
Because oT Their hard blocking and vicious Tackling The MidgeTs
never losT a game and were scored upon only once. lT is Tor This
reason ThaT They are called 'lMighTy MiTes."
The scores oT The games were: MidgeTs 34, lmmaculaTe l-learT oT
ChesTer O: MidgeTs 20, WilmingTon Friends O1 MidgeTs I4, A. l.
The members oT This very successTul Team, coached by Fr. l-loTTman
were: James Phillips, wiTh Three poinTs was one oT The eTTicienT back-
Tield men. The oTher Tour ball carriers who composed The backTielcl
were: Bill Dewson, 7 poinTs, Jimmie Nolan, IO poinTs and Lawrence
PoTTs and Bob Murphy TogeTher made 20 poinTs. The ends who wenT
ouT Tor many passes were J. R. Callahan, S. Reczek and Richard
Kaiser: The go-geTTer Tackles were George Callahan and Ralph
Schilly, also our sTar-kicker: The guardians oT The ball were Francis
ForTunaTo, Willard PresTon and RoberT Manion and The Two cenTers
who sTarTed The ball rolling were Frank Burr, and Jimmie Dugan.
Fronf row J, Nolan, J. Duqan.
cond row: L. PoTTs. J. Callahan, W. Dewson, J. Phillips, R. Murphy, R. Kaiser.
r row Fr. l-lcTTman, R. Manion, F. ForTunaTo, G. Callahan, W. PresTon,
R. Shilly, Joseph Murray.
erl Devlin S t M
Back row, le'F+ fo righf: T. Filbranclf, J. Wilson, W. Dougheriy. J. Filbrandf,
Froni' row, le'f'r fo righf: H. Burgard, J. Murray, W. Yeiier, Coach Farmer,
S. Haldas, J, Lalnenia, E. Croiooi.
Wiih a iough schedule before ihe ieam, ihe currenl campaign in
baslceiball go+ under way on December l6+h. A glance ai lhe record
reveals ihai only four games of ihe season were won. However, a
number oi ihe games were very close, having been losi in 'rhe final
minuies in many cases. During The eniire season ihe Archies showed
considerable iighi and spirii, buf did noi have suiihcieni scoring
power in lhe cluich. Noneiheless, ihe players, mosi of whom will
reiurn nexi year, received much needed experience, which will be a
valuable assei nexi year.
Archmere. .... 2l A. l. DuPonl' High ...., .,.. 3 I
Archmere. ., ,..
Boolhwyn High ..
Chesinul' Hill ,...
Archmere. Tower Hill .......
Archmere. Friends School ..,
Archmere. Sanford Prep. ,,.
Archmere.. . .
New Casile High
A. l. DuPoni High
Archmere.. Claymoni High ,,
Archmere. .. S+. James, Chesier
Archmere. The Alumni .....
Archmere. .. Tower Hill .,....
Archmere.. .. ,,.. Claymoni .,.,.
Archmere .. Saniorcl Prep. ...
Archmere. New Casile ....
J. V. BASKETBALL
The Iulure varsily baslcelball squad boasls of one of 'rhe scrappiesl
J. V. Ieams ever +0 represe-nl Archmere on The hardwood courls.
Playing againsl bigger and more experienced opponenls, 'they played
lheir hearls oul' every second of Ihe game. They Iypify The Archmere
alhlele-one wilh 'rhe incenlive lo win, buf always a good sporls-
man. The aciual resull was 4 wins againsl IO losses, bul several of
Ihese were Iosl by close scores. They have gained valuable experi-
ence, which Ihey can pul lo good use nexl year in Their eflorl Io
become varsily members.
ARCI-IMERE J. V. .. I6 A. I. DuPon+
ARCHMERE J V. , 13 Boolhwyn ..
ARCI-IMERE J V. ,. 25 Warner , .
ARCHMERE J V. ,. 20 Friends .
ARCI-IMERE J. V. .. I8 Sanford
ARCI-IMERE J. V. . II S+. James ..
ARCI-IMERE J V. .. 8 A. I. DuPon'r
ARCI-IMERE J V. . 29 Clayrnonl' ..
ARCI-IMERE J V. . I7 S+. James ..
ARCI-IMERE J. V. .. IO Tower I-Iill ,
ARCHMERE J. V. ., IO Sanford
ARCI-IMERE J V. . I5 Claymonf ..
Back row, Ieff fo righfz J. I-Ialey, W. Dewson, W. McLaughlin J Ph
Fronl' row, Iefl lo righf:
T. Law, A. Buslo, Coach
E. Crofool, R. Wheeler, R. Cavanaugh D Murphy
FronT leTT To righf: G. Callahan, W. FresTon, J. Burr, J. Callahan, J. Callahan.
c leTT To righT: F. ForTunaTo, L. PoTTs, Fr. Diny, F. Burr, R. Schilly.
The Archmere MidgeTs opened Their l94I-42 season by losing Tour
sTraighT To ClaymonT and lvlounT PleasanT. Soon They hir a winning
sTride, however, and overcame Two small buT sTrong Teams, Friends
School and ST. Ann's, WilmingTon. The miTes Then played Resurrec-
Tion and ST. James oT ChesTer, and were dealT Their TiTTh and sixTh
losses by close scores. NexT ST. Ann's and ST. ElizabeTh's invaded
Their Tloor, buT The Green and WhiTe proved vicTorious in boTh
games. The Tinal game oT The season wiTh The All-STars oT Wilming-
Ton Turned ouT TaTal To The STars as They were Trounced 25-4 by
Bill Dewson was The high scorer oT The Team. OTher ouTsTanding
players were James Phillips, Ralph Schilly, John Callahan, and Larry
PoTTs. FaTher Diny deserves much crediT Tor his perseverance as
Wiih buf four velerans-Jim Lapenla, Bill Doherly, Joe Devlin
and Bill O'ConneII-relurning from Iasl year's nine, Coach Farmer
is aliempling 'ro mold a winning combine from The fiileen candidales
'frying for Iirs+ Ieam berlhs. Aspiring 'ro fill "Dodo" DeCosin's shoes
a+ iirsi base are John Shields, Jim LaPen+a, and Eddie O'NeiII. Over
ai second we have Doheriy. Collaboraiing wilh "Doc" around Ihe
"Keys+one Sack" is Hank Henry. On Ihe hol corner is Bill O'ConneIl.
Working behind Ihe bai is Tommy Filbrandi and Johnny Wilson.
The guardians of Ihe ouler pasiures will be selecled from 'rhis
formidable group: Dick Cavanaugh, Bill Yelier, Wales Zechman, Joe
Devlin, John Filbrandl, A. Sanla Maria, and Gene Tigani. The mound
slalil will be composed of Jim LaPenIa, Gene Tigani. Joe Devlin,
and John Filbrandl.
Archmere .. ... I2 Tower Hill ...
" IO Friends
" .. 5 Sanford .,.
" 2 New Casfle .
... 3 Claymoni ...
... 2 Claymoni ...
5 Tower Hill .. ,
.. 0 Claymonl ,
.. I3 Sanford
Fronf row: C-3. Tigani, R. Cavanaugh, J. Henry, W. Ye-Her, E. O'Neil, W. Doheriy
Back row: Coach Farmer. W. O'ConneII, IJ. Devlin, A. Sanfa Maria, J. Lapenla
J. Filbrancll, T. Filbrandl.
J. V. BASEBALL
FronT row, lefT To righT: J. Nolan, G. Callahan, J. Philips, W. Dewson, J. Callahan
L. Poffs, R. Murphy, T. Galvin.
Back row, leff To righT: T. Walsh, J. Haley, W. McLaughlin, W. Presfon, F. Dudley
T. Law, R. Wheeler, R. Schilly, F. ForTunaTo.
This year's much improved Jay Vee Baseball Team enioyed a very
successful season. One of The main reasons for This brillianf showing
was due To The superb playing of such experienced veferans as Tom
Law, James Philips, John Callahan, Bill Dewson, and Francis
Credif should be given To The ouTfield who acquired such polish as
The season progressed and To The infield for Their smoofh ball
playing Throughouf The season.
Wiry Tom Galvin did The cafching for The effecTive piTching of
Jim Nolan, Bob Murphy, and John Callahan. John Shields and Bill
McLaughlin did excellenT performances on firsf base. Dewson held
down The busy second bag, "omnipresenT" Francis ForTunaTo filled
The shorTsTop posiTion, and Ralph Schilly compleTed an excellenf
infield on Third. In The depThs of The ouffield we find Tommy Walsh,
James Phillips, John T. Callahan, and flashing Tom Law.
Friends School J. V.'s .. 5 0
MT. Pleasanf School 8 7
Sanford Prep J. V.'s 3 4
MT. Pleasanf School 8 4
Tower Hill ........... 7 5
Wirh The coming of spring Fr. Diny issued a call for 'rennis can-
didales. Some of lhe hopeful aspiranls who lurned our fo fry lheir
hancl al 'rhis popular sporl' were: Harold Burgard, George Aruffo,
Joe Murray, Bill Maloney, Gerry Close, Dick Gallagher, Tom Parvis,
Spiros Haldas, and Bill Berl.
As 'rhe yearboolc goes To press several mafches have been arranged
by Fr. Diny with Friends and Salesianum of Wilminglon. We are
sure +ha+ lhe lennis +e-am will have a rnosl successful season if They
confinue wilh 'rhe zesf ancl enlhusiasm 'rhal 'rhey have shown +hus lar.
fo rlghf: J. Dolan, H. Burgard, J. Murray, W. Berl, T. Parvis
PATRGNS AND PATRONESSES
Col. and Mrs. William Berl, Jr.
Mrs. l.. M. Boyle
Dr. and Mrs. Alberl Burgard
Mr. and Mrs. Auguslus Burr
Senor y Senora Anronio Buslo
J. R. Callahan
W. F. Callahan
Joseph F. Cavanaugh
J. l-l. Cassidy
George l-l. Close
M rs. Margarel Craven
W. G. E. Dewson
James F. Dolan
Edward A. Dugan
.John J. Filbrandf
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Galvin
Mrs. Agnes l-logee
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gluszek
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. l-laley
Mr. and Mrs. Louis l-l. l-laupl
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
James F. Henry
Richard A. Kaiser
Frank F. Law
James La Penra
William J. Maloney
Mrs. Bridger Murphy
Miss Kalhryn l.. McDade
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monigle
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph B. Murray
John P. Nesler
M. E. O'Connell
R. S. Parvis
A. Fl. Sanla Maria
Ralph C. Schilly
Daniel F. Shields
J. V. Tigani
l-larry P. Wendel
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R.O.T.C. training leading to a Lieutenancy in the U. S. Army Reserve Corps,
Several opportunities for dramatic experience each year,
Practical work on the college paper as well as journalism courses,
Participation for singers or speakers on weekly radio programs,
Membership in the military band for musicians,
AND all for less than S550 a yearfincluding tuition, room, board, etc.
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