Father Judge High School - Quest Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1960

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We, therefore, entitle it appro- priately "The Quest". gg iiiiiililllrm' ir l 12 f lllillll 1.!3.l.l.l.l,:..--....---- lI1Illl!l,l,L.il , wi- y in l was ,fs fig , i 1 3 1' ii 2 i ,111 to fulflll our state m hfe hrough prayer study athletics and soclals Table of Contents Administration . . Classes Activities Athletics 0 o o 0 Underclassmen . Features o o 0 , e, U ITED By car, bus, trolley, bicycle, foot, and even motorcycle we come daily. From Torresdale, Bristol, Trevose, and Levittown we arrive "Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed." We meet and make friends with boys from Oxford Circle, Mayfair, Bridesburg, Tacony, and Northwood. At 8:30 each morning the building seemingly swallows us up, and bothered by our noise and commotion, sends us forth by 2:40. We are all proud of our scenic locale, of our exploding numbers, and of the sixty parishes which we represent. We are exceptionally proud when ours is recognized as the home of Catholic gentlemen and scholars. From 67 parishes, Yu 3 .N UBB 'E X V xii 2,700 strong lf.. - ,,. fs -X 5 :fr .'-4 ':::. 5: '- I 'D u .'n . .,. . ...J .,-. ., . '.,.., To grow spiritually and intellectually P '31 6 Wisdom comes with experience rather than from knowledge. Frequent participation, whether active or passive, in the many school-sponsored social and physi- cal events provides a great opportunity to meet new friends and confront new problems. Our proper conduct and control adds to our young, developing characters and personalities and increases us in wisdom and un- derstanding. . To develop physically and morally. '5- Mu. , 'Ji Zia J' x a...:gl l In the two words "Vive Jesus" St. Francis De Sales detailed the way to heaven. By living Jesus we live the most devout life possible. The words "Non Excidet" are the sum total of Salesian spirit and strength. With unfaltering faith in our abilities, we cannot fail to succeed in life. Surmounting and supporting the Crusader's Cross, these mottos are rooted in faith. The key to the successful living of these mottos is the transparent "M"- to Jesus through Mary. f K N,-,.. I X., 'Q X -A--au ff 4, l rwd ia ef - Q 4 R 's? 1 . QA.. 1 If M WZ' Predominant among our traits is a strong feeling of unity and team spirit. lt is a feeling we receive from our Oblate teachers. This feeling is present not only in the basketball and football teams but also in a common handshake, the lending ofa lunch check or the brief hello. This bond which ties us together is our common beliefs.. . our faith in God. ,M xg x it 13 X415 Binding us closer in friendship and loyalty Long ago when the Chnstuan world was endangered by the lnvaslon armles of the mlghty sultans of the Middle East the church called upon Its knights to form a Crusade These noble champions responded to this nghteous plea To the Holy Land they went and there achieved success by defeatmg the forces of sm On the other hand evnl dud not cease to be durmg the epoch of the Crusades No Evll has continued however now It IS more qi' x subtle and more destructive lt seeks to de stroy not the physical being but the splrltual belng Every second It IS attacklng the moral fiber of thus world We as Crusaders must oppose this scourge By spreading the word of God and by bemg good Cathollc gentle men we too wlll be vrctorrous In our quest against evll lust luke our predecessors Thus volume IS a record of our conflict with the forces of darkness Y , I , A V A ,, fr . e.. 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To spread the word of God by our good example X Through Dur Lady of Lrght Reallzlng the myrlads of blessings that you have bestowed upon us we dedrcate thls volume to you ln the manner of our predecessors Slnce the very opening of our schools doors your presence has been felt and has been honored both In the room and In the corridor But your presence your protection and your llght do not cease to be wlth us when we leave these hallowed halls of learning No these blessings continue to ram upon us thus helplng us to further the love of your Dlvlne Son ln the room on the court on the field In our homes and In the world your oil: NON 'HLA IDET assisted us In our attempt to be good Catholic gentle the efforts of our parents and of our teachers f your llght of Light we beseech you never to cease light and grace whlch wlll help us love ed Son the quest of every Crusader ff , X , nh W i or Q l 6yf 'W . xl'o o X if X XX X 9 I 1 fl X 3 I 1 1 I RHI Basic among the Salesian prin- ciples is education without re- sort to severity. With a smile and a kind word our Oblate teachers guide our steps and in- struct our minds. Their very spirit of friendliness, fellowship, and brotherhood towards their Oblate companions inspires our every action. Under their benign moderation we live, we laugh, we play, we work, and we pray together. We've found their moderate discipline, ingenious advice, and astute instruction to be invaluable. . ,. .gnu w : A 1.3. We work, laugh and play together for God Our Holy Father, Shepherd of Souls. Through the rmpendrng Ecumenucal Councnl the Good Pope John hopes to succeed rn makrng all Christendom one H hopes to reclalm the obedience of the Eastern Churches to re klndle the flame of faith In the Protestants to awaken our sprrltual ancestors the Jews and to restore the faith of fallen away Catholics We the Class of 60 rmplore God to unsure the success of this unprecedented step towards Church unlty and to bless the relgn of this our most modern Pope 7' Jflll ifalmamm 7 M3 iL-had R Q 1 , lXi1invg.Hx..wWf1 -3 l wktblx !"'TU tfhllll lt gp, i t 5 Q M 'N ts I gl J Xq if X., IX li 22 . . . l e . I - . . I I . - 1 ,nf-, nl-.l'Aqx 4, -si Jo ,igsfill 4 fo fe ' 4 V .9 Q., -' ,,, . V , "4 rl, , FL-ire UWM , , ,,,,, l F' il L A 1 N 71:6 -L A al l Y I 1 '12, A ' lr V fi: E , 5 k, J .2 ,',, f- 1 ' 'A r 5,f' 1 can " 5 'fl lf- 1 l C f , ff ,- if f ff fig l felt ,' ' 'fi Lg l. l A l u NQQC W-. ' A I" sr , in . ' 11 3 - " l - - gfkr- gA-.-..-?..,--E V P J !l,g l 4' ' l 'Tl ll lllrs lil isle , 1, X Q 1 I . 11,944 ' ,5:.1:f.:.""' .::jSf':'351' 'fi l' v KI ' l ' rl " ,e -4-.....g ' ' """"'-lg.lgLf. ' ' ,X FI fll',l f , Q f?-2 -ic A EZT - N ll 5 I l:g,.,iEv4i-ni:-Live--ipwiw V i iw V --a: ui Q Wy kr jjgzusk- Y, .A X4 yQA.rk, H vu--AA-I -1.94,-,LA 5 wc , -. ls, gg' Ci. Hls Holiness Pope John XXIII af? I 51 ... If :rf f X' I IQ- 5' 12' J I 1 I I f I F Our beloved Archbishop . J f 1 ly Q .5 uozozg' an Iiitrrl n ,, ,.-'hz' -V . 11 X al.:-L ,,,1 A qi-1 Q K. 1. -is " Hia! uh 7 ' l -. nl '1 ' C nl- A L -a xg-'lll ' I f .' 2 5 ll li A l l p ff' " ' 'fr' -G ' 'Q Just a year and a half ago, John Cardinal O' gl a -G .. I-gf V15---vv--w ul' a prince of the church. He possesses an incr ? r , , ,g '52 trative genius. His interest in education is as -'A as - 1 was this interest that caused the Cardinal to t ----- struction of a new high school in 1955 to fill wi .:3:,,: 555:,qm:::::uu " i 52. for a more accessible school in the is ' Q A M named it Father Judge High School. ln an lg' s ::f'f'55:f" :5555f'ff?55 Q gratitude, we olTer this graduating class d -EEE' thirty-three as a gift and pray that God wilt, LK' t gra It mis Prince of His Church. 3 -V .' 5 .4 ? . - -, ::::: ss - Pr- .-:S Sz- .1:- - A -21 .inf 22- .lf- - ' f i 'ZW ' r ' r" iw is will ll.. i I VHplnm'Sequens non'lBevias U '17 and diocesan leaders if -ann- MOST REVEREND JOHN CARROLL MQCORMICK D D RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR EDWARD M REILLY J C D Superlntendent of Schools AS SUPERINTEND NT of one of the largest and Monsignor Really has a great work to carry on a work which he performs most admrrably The Monsagnors grft for organuzatlon and his ceaseless devotron to hrs work are evldenced by the hugh posrtron our school system holds Hrs personal ment IS shown by the hugh pos: tlon whrch he holds m our mmds and hearts THE ADMINISTRATIVE ABILITY of Bishop McCormlck our auxrllary blshop has earned our great respect and gratitude Hrs warm manner and great abullty have made hum one of the great leaders of our Catholrc youth May God grant hum many more years nn hrs great work among us I o 0 o o , ie A Q L", . A y . . N ' -1 g if i. I In '76 " Q? X is I Aff . 1 - "'f " L, Q ' ' ' : f, ' '-.-, best diocesan school systems in the coun ry, . I ' f . .,:::x ,Elf . .I . . . . Q . . ggzsiv 1 , I, I S MOST REVEREND JOSEPH McSHEA EXPERIENCE IN CHURCH AFFAIRS combm s wrth fresh vigor and mutnahve to make Bushop McShea a most capable and a most beloved aux: nary bnshop His keen Insight Into our educahonal problems has won our warmest thanks We pray that God wall help hum nn all has undertakings RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR JOHNJ GRAHAM DD AS ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT of our dnocesan schools Father John Graham draws upon hrs vast experrence wuth youth An alumnus of our own diocesan school system Father Graham understands our problems and how to solve them 'V- :- sh '- . N ,,f' REVEREND FREDERICK J STEVENSON CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES of educatuon are emphasized by our Assistant Supermlendent of Schools Father Stevenson Fathers diligence and keen Interest In sure for us the best ln Cathollc educatlon Q is Q P ll k ir Y L VERY REVEREND WILLIAM D BUCKLEY quvte frequently we are well ocquamted wrth hrs congenial manner I hls admlmstratlve and sprntual posrtron Father sets a fine example for all of us We hope that Father wall remember us In hrs prayers as we will remember hum m ours VERY REVEREND DOMINIC BALDUCELLI of Father Balducellr The Class of 60 met hum once and shall never forget hum Although the busy Superior General of our Oblate teachers Father never farled to smnle amrably and otter hrs saluta trans and blessmqs Hrs very presence rs Inspiring We hope to be msplred once again very soon Religious supenors of our Oblate fnends Q I 1 . W SINCE FATHER BUCKLEY, the Provincial of American Oblates, visits us EVERYONE IS ANXIOUSLY AWAITING the HEX' visit I I I I 'vis FATHER ALOYSIUS GAFHGAN FATHER ALOYSIUS GAFFIGAN rs the relrgrous superror of our Oblate teachers Father rs a natrve of Phrladelphra Probably our most energetrc teacher he always flnds trme to grve us a word of advrce when we need rt Besrcles berng a most capable Brology Lab teacher Father rs our college counselor He rs also our school chaplam he counsels us rn all matters sprrrtual To the perfect example of Salesman Charrty the Class of 60 says thank you Father VERY REVEREND J FRANCIS TUCKER THE FIRST AMERICAN OBLATE rs naturally a man for whom there rs a special place rn our hearts Father rs strll actrve despite the fact that he has been an Oblate tor 55 years He rs the General Counselor of the Oblates and Prtnce Rarnrer s personal chaplam BISHOP EDWARD SCHLOTTERBACK WE WERE MOST HAPPY and honored to be the host to our own Bishop Schlotterback Whrle rn resrdence the young prelate made several appearances rn and around school He was able to thank us personally for our generous contrrbutron to the mrssron d rve and rn an engrossrng discourse related hrs exper :ences rn the wrlds of hrs Afrrcan drocese rmpressrng on us the great need for flnancral and to the povery stricken trrbesmen Hrs palate manner and brlllrant smrle seemed strange rn a man of such drstrnctron The brshop s presence certarnly pleased many of our teachers wrth whom he attended school . 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N our kmd and gentle admmrstrators FATHER BYGOTT THE FINANCIAL PROBLEMS of the school do not go long unsolved wrth Father Thomas Bygott as school treasurer He ns always on hand to collect money for book bulls senror fees etc In hrs posrtlon as assrstant prrncrpal Father sees to rt that the school rs run at top efticrency We hold Father hugh In our ESTGGNI FATHER QUAILE HARD WORK IS THE FORMULA for success Father Quarle IS a success In hrs posrtron as dlsctplrnarlan and also In hrs posrtron of keeprng the darly atten dance records of the school He metes out tustrce as farrly as a ludge and gury Fathers accuracy n keepung the attendance records cannot be surpassed FATHER BRAND MANY OF OUR TEACHERS are native Phrladelphrans Father Brand rs one of these At one time he taught mathematics at Lockport N Y In hrs four years wrth us Fathers helprng hand and bug 36 have done much to mold our characters Fathers after school society makes hum very popular 'r E31 "il ,L FATHER THOMAS F O CONNELL A MEMBER OF THE OBLATES for thirty years Father Thomas F O Connell our principal is a native of Philadelphia ln 1954 he was appointed reftor at Father Judge Hugh Since then he has performed bright smile and a kind word for everyone he meets whether he is walking down the corridor o attending to school business in his omce His pleasantness has won him a place of hugh esteem in our hearts The experience that he gained when he was o teacher helps hum to keep our school running on a smooth and even keel Lauahvng off all thanks with a broad smile and a simple Forget he continues to do an excellent 'ob with both accurary and efficiency To a true Oblate our p ncipal the Class of 60 s y Ad Multos Annos' . . 'ii FA' .Il .V his duties as principal very vigorously and most ably. A very cheerful and amiable person, he has a ir., . . , . . I ri ' , we, ' , a z " gt MA AMF, mfmffl F ,X m ,., , ESA s-gg S 'inn- Q FATHER JOSEPH CUTTER FATHER ROBERT HEARN FATHER HAROLD HERMLEY Naflonal Problems Religion Mafhemahcs Phlladelphva Po Brooklyn N Y Phlladelphaa Pa l L, sg FATHER LAWRENCE GRADEL FATHER JOHN HENLEY Physics Rellglon Philadelphia Pa Wllmmglon Del FATHER JOSEPH DUFFlELD Commerclal Ari Pluladelphla Pa FATHER JAMES LEONARD Rellglon Phlladelphla 1- Oblates of St Francis de Sales 'La FATHER JOSEPH HUGHES Algebra Phrladelphua FATHER LAWRENCE KNEBELS Geometry Philadelphia Pa fs Q in -Q . . I . . . 1 I . . I Pa. . . I I . . I Pa- . . , ' ,V y ,MSS- ' 6' s. -K E I 4 - 1 Q Teachers of youth U FATHER ROBERT HANLON Reluglon Philadelphia FATHER JOHN GAFFNEY Relngron Phrladelphra P FATHER MARIO BUGLIOSI Lahn Rome llaly 5 Ti nn. Z5 FATHER GERARD CLARKE Spanish Philadelphia Pa FATHER MATTHEW McVEY Spamsh Philadelphia Pa FATHER ALBERT ERNST German Allenlown P 'S C' FATHER WILLIAM DONOHUE Spamsh Phrladelphra 'K' FATHER JAMES DURKIN Algebra Philadelphia P FATHER HENRY HEMIGHAUS Nahonal Problems Phrladelphla Pa qu- gr- o o , . 'f. 5. A 5 1 - R ' ' I Pg- ' ' , Pa. -vs, , 'Rx I ,-' ,rT 5. , ' 5 ii. T . - x ' ' , ul ' ' , . ' ' , G. V , cl. ' ' , . I E" Y . ' .' 5 ' 4 " 1 , f v IQ x 11 Al 2 FATHER JOSEPH McGOLDRICK FATHER FRANCIS MCKENTY FATHER WILLIAM LYMAN Geomeiry History English Wflmmgfon Del Phnladelphla Pa Clemenlon N J FATHER JAMES MURPHY Religion Philadelphia Pa as-1' -, N FATHER JAMES KEENAN English Phlladelphra P in ts -.5 FATHER JOHN MINDER Rellglon Phuladelphla Q. T1 g FATHER JOSEPH JENDZURA FATHER JOSEPH MAULE FATHER HENRY LEMON Typing English Nahonal Problems Philadelphia Pa PhfladeIPhla P W'lm'n9'9n Del Molders of character Friends in need 'X FATHER SALVATORE SARRO Latun Wrlmmgton Del .f O 0 O .l " 4-rr fm V' FATHER JOSEPH TRAVERS FATHER FRANCIS M:MANUS Relrglon Rellgron Wilmington Del Phrladelphla FATHER JOHN WAGNER FATHER JOSEPH STAFFORD FATHER JOHN MURPHY Chemistry Relrglon Trigonometry Vienna Austria Phrladelphra Pa Phrladelphra Pa FATHER THOMAS REIDY Chemistry Jrm Thorpe P QA FATHER EDWARD FATHER BERNARD WETZEL CHRZANOWSKI Rellgron English Salisbury Md Phrlodelphro Pa lu... 5 :Q ?"' rl ' . 'i . X L'- , - , . , 3' " S uc' ...f V , , . , 1 U' 1 - I - 'Y' - A. . .. I bf' 1 . X . Q . 1 a-rf ,- FATHER WILLIAM DOHERTY REV BRO JAMES ROSICA REV BRO JOSEPH MYERS REV MR JOSEPH BEATTIE Hlsiory Wllmmglon Del Q54 Reluguon Mechanical Drawlng Hlsfory Trenton N .I Philadelphia P Phnladelphla Pa R V MR ALBERT MORAN Englash Cleveland O REV MR WALTER DE General Scnence Lockport N Y l given. TI" 1 wa. 5+ Yip REV MR ALEXANDER REV MR CECIL ODONNELL REV MR MICHAEL ooNAvAN BIENKOWSKI Enslwh E091-Sh Lagm Niagara Falls N Y New York Clly N Y Nnagara Falls N Y Lives dedicated an 4 R A, N sv' 3 , . . ' ' , a. ' ' , . . . . . SA E . . K. ' S I , X ' ' d U O O Q T' gc.- TN-v REV MR GEORGE DOOHER REV MR THOMAS MOORE REV MR GERALD BARTKO Algebra Church Huslory French Nfagara Falls N Y Niagara Falls N Y Niagara Falls N Y REV MR CORNELIUS ODONNELL Lohn Niagara Falls N Y l 'Q- was REV MR JAMES RAPP History Lockport N Y 5 qx REV. MR. JAMES SHANNON REV. MR. DONALD ZURACK Hisrory Lofin New York, N. Y. Derroif, Mich. O O O zealous for our welfare REV MR JAMES CUTTER Algebra Lockport N Shmmg examples inn K MR VINCENT KONEN History Philadelphia MR JOHN HANRAHAN Physuccl Educahon Phlladelphla P 5,- MR ALFRED NICZYPOROWICZ Buology MR DENNIS QUINLISK Bookkeeping Philadelphia P Philadelphia Fa 1 THOMAS KORYTOWSKI Algebra Phaladelphra MR JOHN DUFFY Hnslory Phlladelphla Pa MR JEROME CIANFRANI Englnsh Philadelphia P MR CHARLES DONNELLY Bookkeeping Philadelphia Pa "4-e of devotion to duty l , , f 4 3. f'+.: ' A .lx .6 - .0 x ' 5 f R T4 yi gf. W I We V ll - R ' 1 ' A. - - L 'N c if . MR. ' ' , Pa. ' ' , PG. ' ' , a. ' ' , a. ' ' , . ,F Y- ,.,-.-,.., 1' . l . gil I ' Q .K K! Q i -, I ,f I an . , Ll l,'A xv ' i,'x-uviiru " 4 'gl , .' -1 wp, fr Q s f N I ,. .Y kia I' I usa? MR JOSEPH FRANCESCHINI MR ANTHONY GLOD English General Science Brlslol Pa Croyden P X . E 3 Q4 -, ,J f ,Q KI! 0 - 1 LI, MR. JAMES KEASHON Physics -if Philadelphia P r 'L MR DANIEL McELHAT'I'ON MR MICHAEL TANNEY MR JOSEPH ZINGRONE Chemlslry English Philadelphia Pa Philadelphia MRS THOMAS BOLAND MISS MARY LOU COSTELLO Secretary Secretary Philadelphia Pa Philadelphia Pa ex 5 A Muslc Phlladelphra P MISS VIOLA WESTERMAN School Nurse Phlladelphla Pa X gi E A T -P L " . I ' ' 1 ' ' . ' ' ' I at ' , . , 0- 2 . j A W ' 4 1 I I s . . V A . . I Pa. . . , . . , 1 . . I ' . . I l f 3 " ,Ji 2 . f fi I I -X s vu xg aging i ATTENTION! These AWOL's are listening aheniively as I-other Herrnley lells Bob Mehan lo pu! more expression inlo his words, knowing il really applies to all of them. Because of Favher's unceasing work and excellent guidance, we will never forget "No Time For Sergeanls". Teaching us to Learn, Live, and Love --5 1-. OH! THOSE HATEFUL P.T.A. MEETINGS. While J. Tiltermary, W. Thomas, E. Finl- kowski, and their parents listen closely, Father John Murphy tells why these three Crusaders didn'r make the Honor Roll. The P.T,A. Meetings are lust os pain- iul to the teachers as they are to the parents. A CHAT WITH THE MILITIA is always a good way to pass a few minutes be- tween classes. These guards seem to be enlivened by Father Murphy's subtle wit. din X V , . 4 wr -.J x ,. -41 5 f ,' sw. l , , - .5 ' F Deep in our hearts . . . FOR OUR ELECTION of class officers, Father Hemighaus em- ployed voting machines which were not only functional bul also educational. We are all in debt to invaluable aid such as this which helps us in be- coming better citizens. lT'S CHOW TIME and at least four of our teachers, the Messrs, Franceschini, Donnelly, Konen, and Glod seem to be very glad it has finally arrived. lt gives them an opportunity to relax and enioy u "good meal". E 461' 'lffia ri" N, X jg. -we ff THOUGH MOST OF US are more familiar with Father Brand in another capacity, Father would rather distribute Holy Commun- ion than iug slips. Between school and one of his weekly visits to one of the neighboring parishes, Father Brand as well as the other priest-teachers gets many chances to practice his sacred ministry. "YOU'RE GOING TO JUG and that is that," says Father Trav- ers to this poor unfortunate who did something to merit iug. lt's pretty hard to get Father angry but this character seems to have done a good job of it. His buddies, however, seem very pleased. l l lggll i ,, . llllllll g B ...f pr ,l Q ' PROBLEMS! PROBLEMS! PROBlEMS! That's what Father Duttield seems to be saying to Brother Rosica as they discuss the progress of the building of the sets by the stage crew of our show No Time For Sergeants. These after-hours were especially dear to us. uplifting our spirit . . . 45 wgsi awww s,, i 1 'C 'Q' N H ' x R , is i X fi 1... is-M V fox 4' A I 'E x 5 . fs' ' qw"5' 1 N' 'WE' 1 1 Xf , A - 'f , V Y ' g I A at M N 9 Pi' xx b swim M . ' 7 ,Muff 7, A ,','A f ,I ,wkxfw X V., b fiifuig , V A f ag b ,h i i K . NS,..-..,.,,..i,,'--,,, fbi Hx 3 ON JANUARY 29TH we celebrated the feast of our patron saint, St. Franzis de Sales. The first four sections of each class assisted at a solemn high mass in the auditorium. This moss climaxed c busy week in which the Salesian spirit was very evident. ' J eff' wi -----,. . are 1 1 t Through Prayer and sacrifice . . . OUR DEVOTION TO MARY, our heavenly mother, is expounded by the recitation of the Holy Rosary, which is said daily during Mary's months, October and May. Father Leonard is leading us in our humble prayers. Also benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, which is held before capacity crowds in our gym, is ofllered during these two months and every flrst Friday. I Q- EQ, 3 gi' 3 'Q 3.4 T QM f fi 23 se' 3 ' 1 -bgsp., Q r ,A . 1-Shiga - 3 55 Q .,, ,s iw Ji x 4.235615 ' , sag - - xg' 1 2 . af,-1 -1-1' L Q., - - 1 -3? x 4 t' .9 kv is-Y. '57 t If 'E s , S IN AN EFFORT to enrnch our spiritual lives, we make on annual retreoi. During the week before Easier, all regu- lar classes ore suspended and we all go fo confession, aliend Holy Mass and receive Holy Communion, ln retreat, in communion, and in confession ,Z v 19 W ii. .Nav N 33 fig lfiijvsggffil Y-ff ff-fri: v4 A ' 'Y' , rrinzf-J A WM, V1- , , .r. ' Jig? , W, J 5 xv! 79 2 5 50 , Y: -, 1 Q1 fz '- X ff' f if, MSS i I 2 ix? e 'Qt it Living Jesus . . . X , K e 'X F Z. A wh.. w . 4' Q- W. 1 xx , i WE 50 A STRENGTHENING of the relationship between our fathers and us took place at our annual Falher and Son Communion Breakfast. We attended Mass and received the Holy Eucharist in the auditorium and then enjoyed a delicious breakfast in the gym. MASS AND THE SACRAMENTS of Penance and Holy Eucharist are available daily in the chapel during our lunch periods. These lunch-time masses nourish our souls with grace. 1 We shall not falter DURING OUR RECENT DRIVE to increase the number of vocations among high school students, a display was put up in the lobby of the school in an effort to get us interested in serving God through the religious life, by way of the priest- hood or the brotherhood. A SOUL-SEARCHING MOMENT of peace, which is olhred us anytime during the day can be had by o simple visit to our zhapel. Here we may tell our troubles to God and thank Him for His many benefits. 1 argiue Y.l QA .NT ,.. f- Lila I x 5I Cur Class s Ever slnce the founding of therr first school the Oblates have been known for the hugh calibre of thelr teaching and of the students they produce We are their newest school we shall also be their best That IS our goal to be worthy of the teachers who so selflessly toll for us In the name of God Whether In math of scrence language or hnstory thelr devotuon to thenr cause shmes forth an all they do They draw upon their own not only knowingly but wlsely as well Under thelr guidance we study and learn constantly rmprovlng our grasp of the sublect which wall be engraved so lndelnbly on our mmds Work Ing together wlth determmatnon and a great fauth nn God we shall make the words You must have gone to Father Judge our greatest compliment I - F I I training and education, their own vast experiences, to teach us I . I . . . . . I Bi 71 wf -- f.-1 if sr f qf I , 7 fffwm-1',:ff f ' rzgryi fr k , . ,L,f mi, Q I f f ,mf J ft , I Au i f I i MICHAEL E. ACCETTA 3124 Knorr St. St. Timothy , , ' I 1 "',,', 4 A AJA. wlwffv "fiz5,l57f , ' ' ' w'izED Z.313Vi A 91-f JOHN W. ADAMS 3119 Teesdale St. St. Matthews Q MICHAEL J, ADAMSKI 8842 Calvert St. Maternity B.V.M. ga. L 4 'U' 'A1, ,f y f ,fa ,+I , f ,,,,f ra JOHN R. ADOMSKY 4413 Benner St. St. Bartholomew X f A ai. 759 f M ,fr 1 2 EDWARD J. ALBESER 1500 Hershel Rd. St. Christopher Pray, defend, THE MASS AND ITS VESTMENTS are the subiects which bring Father Clarke to the Vocation Display. In his never-ending attempts to find new ways to bring us the word of God, Father has resorted to the use of visual education to help explain to Freshman 9 the rich treasure of history which has grown around the Mass. FIRST CAUSE UNCAUSED? As paradoxical as it may sound, this is one of the basic aspects in apologetics. That is why Senior 6 is giving Father Henley its undivided attention. We realixe that religion is our most important subiect and we must give a reason for our Faith. .X I ' x practice the faith through Religion EXPLAINING THE BIBLE to Freshman 13, Father Donohue manifests our teacher-pupil relationship. Both in the classroom and on the field there is a sacred bond between the Oblate and his charges. The Oblate teacher shows he is dedicated to his work. i L, yn 1-. ...a.r--- f if -'-r 1-Qu-1 i 'UQ A 5' I U V Q WILLIAM T. ALLELY 7128 Jackson St. St. Bernard l vi' JAMES D. ALLEN 921 Fanshawe St. Resurrection Z-2 JAMES C. AMBROSIUS 6347 Glenloch St. St. leo ri. 'ts' I ROY F. ANDERSCH 3120 Cottman Ave. St. Matthew 4 I ,A FREDERICK J. ANTKOWIAK 2620 Lefevre St. St. John Cantius fe 9 - . Qi! X 4 ' is. 6' S, y 5' T -z .inf THOMAS J. ARMSTRONG 958 Marcella St. St. Martin of Tours .cj THOMAS I. ARTHUR 1434 Unruh Ave. Resurrection we 1' 3-ffl 5 HENRY L. AVALLONE 2204 Grimth St. Resurrection t' ', ' - m 1 Q' In , ROBERT J. BACHER 7011 Gillespie St. St. Leo f W EDWIN C. BALLENDORF 3415 St. Vincent St. St. Matthew ""' as 0" Md, f U AWK' 1 A ,If ' B ' -1 .NT . I 3- L .,-,...jq.-ls. 1- , , ,, .,.,., I - -. ur ,W - ...Q M K kl,iW?W"1l In U an y . 1-Q., if 'li sl .Q Ao 'xx 01 ENGLISH LITERATURE is an important part of the senior English course. Father Keenan spins a few discs that aren't exactly on the Top Ten, however, these recordings of the Old Vic Company's F, 1 "Macbeth" help Senior 11 to understand and appreciate the play. AMERICAN LITERATURE proves amusing to the members of Junior Thirteen. Father Maule, besides reviewing grammar and syntax, takes his students on an excursion through the world ot literature. f I P A SPECIAL ENGLISH class is conducted after school by Mr. Donovan. The members of this extra class are taught the basic principles of English composition, the types of discourse, public speaking, and the rudiments of rhetoric. We thank Mr. Donovan for giving his spare time to help us know our native tongue better. ,O ki W... Mis wise r Word Power, an essential to English X 'LT 1 4- . .1 ,l gf T If K15 ANTHONY J. BANIEWICZ 1664 Conklin Sr. Sf. Barlholomews asf 1 A ,rw XT" 'Y' WILLIAM G. BARNES 519 Larkspur SI. Sf. Chrislopher is R M. Q " G.. 3. A RAYMOND E. BARANOSKI 4512 Vista S1. Sf. Bernard st 8. 'gf' I i EDWARD J. BARGER 6765 Hegermun Sl. Sf. Leo 4: if Q'-4 A w V I THOMAS J. BARR 6363 Marsden SO. Sl. Leo t4 MLN'-1 1 JOSEPH J. BARTLOMIEJUSZ 4744 Salmon SL Sl. John Canlius - -.-- f"'f I, HENRY L. BAUER 4716 Loring Sl. Sl. Bernard A A lf-Z3 H ,gf 2' 4... JOHN V. BECK 4135 Elbridge Sl. Sf. Timolhy 'JE'-' F2 I Y. JOSEPH F. BECK 25 Cresmoni Ave. Our Lady of Calvary r L f... -- vu A-Ll WILLIAM F. BEHNKE 6347 Glenlock Sf. St. Leo E L.- I,- . M, Lu jfs, 14,-, EMD 4 , f L J Y Y A5 r Y ff 4 1? . 1 .0 ww 14 5 5 i..- , 'f ,I ' . 4 TESTS ARE THE PART of the Latrn course whrch are a necessary evrl but a good mark makes everyone 3453 Primelon Ave' 1 RICHARD l.. BERNHARDT Sl. Mallhew 'Tr Q J. ROBERT BERRY 2532 Gillingham Sl. John Canfius 42- 5- . uf A 15 .Q JOSEPH E. BIEBEL 3255 Holme Ave. Sf. Jerome s 4 Y 'l BERNARD J. BIEG 7014 Erdrick Sl. Sl. Leo ANDRE C. BLAKELEY 1610 Rywal Lu. " Sl. Charles Borromeo 5 QA. .--W GEORGE E. BLAKELY 1071 Gravel Pk. Sf. Charles qmm, Q az-L N- : f A I L STANLEY E. BLASZCZAK 2703 Mechanicsville Rd Our Lady of Fatima Q 1 it was V 4 ,M RALPH C. BLOOD 2849 Hellerman Si. Sf. Timolhy if '17 S JOHN M. BLOOM 3132 Windish St. SD. Maflhew 4 L- Y:-' - I JOSEPH P. BOJAKOWSKI 4505 Teesdale Sv. SL Bernard .cg N LJ 5, 5 :S Q5 Q 0 ' 4. 9.45 v,- Yr- F Q Francais? Avec plaisir PARLEZ-VOUS FRANCAIS? OUI?-Roth, of Senior one, is struggling through a French reading, Rev. Mr. Bartko is listening carefully for any mistakes in pronunciation. Since the rudiments of grammar and syntax were mastered in first year, French ll students concentrate on translation and conversa- tion. Moreover, we study the culture and civiliza- tion of France. VOILA! QU'EST-CE QUE C'EST?-Under the watch- ful eyes of Father Duffield, Junior two enioys tirst year French. Besides the basic grammar and syn- tax, vocabulary and idioms, a thorough study of French pronunciation is essential. 1... v " 'k'L. .,,M"! ,J K , Q- PAUL J. BOLOGNONE 6953 Hegerman St. St. leo be 1 THOMAS R. BONAVOLENTO 2736 Maxwell St. St. Jerome RUSSELL M. BOOTH 6114 Jackson St. St. Bartholomew ROBERT W. BOULDIN 3106 Teesdale St. Sl. Matthew , i .. ROBERT E. BOWMAN 913 Marcella St. St. Martin of Tours I 4 Y WT? CORNELIUS J. BOYLE 3506 Vista St. St. Matthew QT ,M mt I ' i ai' 1 I 22? JOSEPH M. BOYLE 4437 Cottman Ave. St. Bernard , S . ' iii, '37 ii WILLIAM A. BRADY 2053 Sanger St. St. Bartholomew ' if 1 me l. WILLIAM A, BREITMAIER 7318 Loretto Ave. Resurrection be Q r i r wht., an W ' W 1 71+ Yi uf , MARTIN M. DRILL 812 Huntingdon Pk St. Cecilia Ns., 54,462 ' 3 X ii" r it W QW '-,,,,- .ff DAY OF RECKONING-Father Ernst, our German teacher, is distributing report cards to his home- room section, Senior two. If they look a bit ap- prehensive, they have a good reason. Father Ernst has very high standards and our school median is the proof of the pudding. These first-year German students of Junior one are learning a use of .he familiar form. During the first year of German, be- sides the use of modals, umlauts, and the difference between strong and weak verbs, our future linguists are taught the fundamentals of German grammar and syntax. it if Y -Y A gave' iw. 'WF 5' ' ff- ' Auf Deutsch? .lawohl . JAMES M. BRINGHURST 6218 Curdil? SO. Sf. Timothy 'sf X"-v .A JOHN P. BRITT 3410 Bleigh Ave. S I. M a Nh ew Li t,' ' fe ' as K - ,I JOHN E. BROPHY 996 Brisiol Pk. S Sl. Charles G' X Q 1 ,1-"' N333 I 1 -A 8- 5- GERALD J. BROWAREK 3000 Windvish SV. SI. Mallhew 5' Ext, JAMES A. BROWN 9208 Pilgrim La, Si. Jerome ar SL sv..-v ,"'f X A JOSEPH A. BUCK 6652 Frankford Ave. St. Timothy if Sg,,, ik. Yi RICHARD J. BUDNEY 4361 Salmon St. St. John Cantius 'W ? 5' 1 'Wa 1 QW- A T' ,.. A JAMES W. BUJALOS 5857 Akron St. St. Martin of Tours :ax T .wg-v 1 A' 3 J A - EDMUND M. BURKE 5930 Torresdale Ave St. Bartholomew Ts - f 5' . ' if 1 MICHAEL G. BURKE 423 Bristol St. St. Henry Spanish s 1 I Y 1 lg' I ' 3 1" I A CUANT05 ESTAMOS HOY? Father McVey is asking Junior 7 what is today's date. At the beginning of each class Father has a recitation which consists of the more common words and phrases. Because of the growing importance of Spanish, Father stresses the oral side of the language. The real importance of Spanish can be seen in the fact that over 9270 of the people in the Western Hemisphere speak Spanish. THE GOOD SAMARITAN who is helping Pasternak of Senior 'IO with the uses of Por and Para is Father Clarke. When we get stuck with our exercises, we can be sure that our teachers will be glad to help us. They get many chances to prove this because our work- books cover points of grammar and syntax thoroughly. u-, Q1 'S-. I L JOSEPH J. BURKHIMER 2128 E. Sccmorgood Sv. SI. Barlholomow fl- , Qs. ANTHONY M. IUSCH 1325 Aldine SO. Resurroclion fu Q!! RONALD I. IYRNE 2822 Woodhaven St. Sl. Chrislophor ,gjif 7 WILLIAM J CAHILL 3002 Hellermon S0 Sf Tfmoihy CARMEN J. CALVANESE 7272 Lavgo St. Ruurrodion 'Rn . K.,- ANTHONY J. CAPOBIANCO 7030 Hegexman St. Our Lady of Consolation in - JC' , 6' 'rl JOSEPH F. CARBONI 2864 Olga Ave. St. Charles i 'fs 5 N ia,- 'F . of E LOUIS T. CARBONI 2849 Rhawn St. St. Jerome Ig ' Q . ,, 5 .. Q, YP I l LESLIE M. CARESTIO 1801 Bereen St. Maternity B.V.M. 4 -rc. tr' f l- DENNIS .l. CARFAGNO 3002 Magee Ave. St. Timothy Algebra, Geometr , Trigonometry .WJ "LETS TRY SOMEBODY ELSE," says W Mr. McElhatton as hands go up in Fresh 2. Algebra I is only basic but will prove helpful and valuable to any future science or math maiors. We tend to confuse the X, Y and Z's with the A. B and C's but usually finish all right. We have managed to uphold a fairly good math record as a result of students who buckled down from the very beginning. in . I X 1 ONE LOOK AT FATHER MURPHY and Alfatato knows he has made a mistake. Father didn't get to McDevitt yet but he won't be happy when he doesg Smith is still on the last problem. However disconcerting it is, we avidly attack Algebra ll. Father Murphy pushes gently occasionally but everyone realizes that it's for our own good. Y , A W' y 7 "ALGEBRA I WAS NOTHING COMPARED TO ALGEBRA II, sighs Junior three as Mr. Korytowski demonstrates a rather confusing example of cross-multiplication. Binomials, Iogarithms, and variables are iust a few of the problems confronting the iunior math student. We find, however, our education in Algebra is invaluable when working in Trigonometry, Physics, or Chemistry. v-H5 R.. wh, Y RICHARD T. CARLETTINI 8150 Lister St. St. Jerome 1 vs s.. Q- v V ROMAS A. CARPINO 7020 Vandike St. Our Lady of Consolation , Tm 9' 1 '45 , S -6 1. PAUL T. CARRIGAN Byberry Rd. Lady of Calvary r ! C I Y-71 A MICHAEL F. CARROLL 5917 Frontenac St. St. Martin of Tours ia. H Wx il IQ 'U' I 41 V A WILLIAM J. CARROLL 5411 Rutland St. St, Martin ol Tours I' s- ,1 ""' , ROBERT C. CASCARINA 6656 Marsden SO. Sf. Leo , rv ' . gh- 1 sf' iiiirfii' S EDWARD C. CARTWRIGHT 8008 Leon Sf. SI. Dominic if -I jpzzf' JOHN E. CAVANAUGH 8150 Brous SL SI. Jerome R A VINCENT R. CANDIDUS 4034 Creston SL Sf. Timolhy 6? - tr l i - O ROBERT T. COATES 1408 Virginia Ave. SI. Charles T 'I' Q: 1- . 'xo r T-uv DOMINIC E. CENTOFANTE 7412 Revere Sf. Sl. Mailhew . my GLA Q, K sg.. mi V THOMAS J. CHANCLER 3332 Ryan Ave. Si. Matthew ,, W. , . QS? r K' 1.5. RICHARD M. CHAPPELL 4007 Blokisfon Sl. Si. Dominic 4' 3? 2 THOMAS A. CHILINSKAS 4633 Tilton SI. All Sainis 'gi' v in can 1- V, ROBERT J. CHOPLINSKY 3408 Princeton Ave. Sl. Mailhew ...A . ... , 2 ' , L PAUL S. CHRISTIAN 4433 Vista St. St. Bernard .Sox as Y K sw DANIEL J. CIMINO 3610 Solly Ave. St. Dominic f G' 14 'i s . fm, ,V Y:-'ff ir RICHARD F. CIOTTI 3434 Wellington St. St. Matthew gs, ,Q 'TT' SALVATORE A. CIURO 1421 E. Cheltenham Ave. St. Martin of Tours img 4- V , '-.' TIMOTHY J. CLEARY 3246 Cottman Ave. St. Matthew Gravit , Illumination, THE SPECIFIC GRAVITY of paraffin is the experiment which has captured the interest of Junior 4. From the size of the iar that Meyer is carrying, it looks as if this experiment is going to require a lot of H,O. Physics Lab is always fascinating because in it the things that we learn in lecture come to lite. DENSITY is one of the important aspects covered in Physics. That principle, however, was put into a new light when Father Gradel told Junior I that Archimedes discovered it while he was taking a bath. Sound, heat, light, electricity are yet to COITIE. V X is l Ip..'lf- Z if .' .4 X4 3 V i I I 4-gx 2 f X' WILLIAM J. CLEARY 996 Higbee Terr. St. Martin of Tours 'L' MICHAEL J. COLFER 1405 E. Cheltenham Ave. 1 ' -Q . er St. Martin ol Tours S! PHILIP D. COLLICE 1034 Rosalie St. St. Marlin of Tours 1 CHARLES A COOK 2876 Street Rd Our Lady oi Fatima CHARLES W. COONEY 5860 Loretta Ave. St. Martin ot Tours TERENCE M. CORCORAN 3155 Gilham St. St. Timothy JAMES J. COTTER 3151 Longshore Ave. Photosynthesis, Osmosis . . . Biology FROM AMOEBA TO MAN, the fabulous world of Biology is explored Sophomore 7 is listening attentively to Mr. Madeiras as he explains some of the more important fundamentals to tomorrow's doctors and biologists. Though not an easy sublect it can be mastered with the expert help that is willingly given to us by our well trained teachers. St. Matthew I 7 fl A ,"' If ' , 1 - '15 ' 'T-I 1 .f-W Wm 5 it fu 5 J l 1, 1 , 1 .,, W. e H is -. NWe,,.,Mm..,,. ,,,, 1 1 4oz oAvio A. coucHuN 5 505 Forest Hill Ave, St. Christopher .. .fi 4 CHARLES D. CRISAFI 1057 Cheltenham Ave. St. Martin of Tours THOMAS R. CUNNINGHAM 9205 Pilgrim La. St. Jerome Qgcs sprmus, v 'rwigiwfyveri 1,5 S be 'SC L "FROM A TINY SEED," explains Father Gamgcn to the bewildered students of Sophomore 6, "this fern plant grew." The life cycle of the fern is one ofthe many Father discusses in the well-equipped Biology Lab. ln our lab, one will usually find a large bucket of formaldehyde which is full of craytish, frogs, or perch which are waiting to be dissected by our eager, sadistic, little biologists. Ci 1 C JOHN J. CURLETT 3517 Chippendale Ave St. Matthew - 1 4 1 X - CHARLES W. CURRAN 6159 N. Gratz St. St. Benedict Q .A is- .P'. J FRANCIS J. CURRAN 6131 Tackawanna St. St. Timothy Q 6.. Q.- Ji. FRANCIS M. CURRAN 4816 Convent La. St. Katherine Q ',?F:,x JOHN P. CURRAN 1139 Buttonwood St. St. Charles if , 69 iv JOSEPH J. CURRAN 4763 James St. St. John Cantius GL' 5 .. RAYMOND F. CURRAN 3116 Longshore Ave St. Matthew ,. MQ, ,.,., ,, , K af5:.:- Qsyegfr 1: . . - .,,,1,-E ,,e,.,,,.f,f f -H .- mf ,1 ,L,- X ,. .. fm, f ii gwf. M I ww ig' , Y ' '7 ., ij: ,V , sq 1, ,f JJJJJ 'ii JOSEPH E. CUSH 4240 Bleigh Ave. St. Bernard , ' . qi! .1 ev WILLIAM J. DALY 3039 Hellerman St. St. Timothy T I 3 JAMES D'ANGELO A 7272 Bradford St. Our Lady of Ransom Lx 14 I Ji' J 'I'-Q w 25,1 3 I , ,A ,. ll- TrIE WONDERS OF SCIENCE are introduced to our freshmen with the course in General Science. Mr. De Sa is acquainting Fresh 4 with the basic principles of Biology, Physics, and Ehemistry. Those of us who continue our scientific education will depend on this first basic science course. All of us, however, are mindful of the helpful and beneficial knowledge we acquired in General Science. FRESHMAN ENTHUSIASM is shown by Mr. Glod's bright-eyed, young scientists. The vigor and eagerness shown by Fresh 4 is typical of the spirit of the entire Freshman class. This spirit and the understanding of their reposnsibility as school members, makes them the example of the good Judgeman. We feel sure that they will retain these qualities all through their years at Judge. g 4 l -'T s, xy, L- 'rs 'W O I WILLIAM F. D'ARCY 3128 Wellington St. St. Matthew I '-Tt Q, Y. ED. R, DAVENPORT 7259 Leonard St. Our Lady of Ransom . Q , V A, I ALBERT W. DAVIS 1012 Tomlinson Rd. Maternity, B.V.M. 3 ' I l CHARLES M. DAVIS 1515 Alcott St. St. Martin of Tours S 7-5, 9 1 JOHN B. DAY 3502 Grant Ave. SI. Katherine ff Q, 22 Z 5' I Y' JOHN T. DE'CARLO 1308 Barnet! Si. SL Marlin ol Tours 'gk .. igg' ' gn' A D ROBERT A. DE'CRAY 3318 Dission Sf. Sl. Matthew CHARLES V. DEGAETANO 7107 Siate Rd. Our Lady of Consolation fs , Aww- Q if 'rw' JOSEPH R. DELANEY 5552 Torresdale Ave. Sl. Barlholomew f ff-wfL..f'N WILLIAM F, DELANEY 955 Foulkrod SL SI. Mariin of Tours XX , la, ,maflf LABS FORM an important part of our science courses. They not only give us a college credit but also pro- vide a practical knowledge of the subiect. Although X? 'll the electrolysis of water is a simple experiment, several members of Senior l seem interested as Father Wagner performs it with a Hoffman appar- atus. The microscope may be a complicated instru- ment, but after mastering its use, Sophomore 6 will be able to explore the mysteries of life. Matter and the determination of our future physicists can- not be destroyed, it can only be changed into energy. f Q ZYQ Sf 5 A THEODORE F. DE'LUClA 7020 Ditman St. Our Lady of Consolation 4155. iq.- Yun FRANK J. DE'MEO 7236 Algard St. St. Bernard ' 4 ' it JOHN F. DEMPSEY 4435 Devereaux St. St. Bartholomew y S "fx f l , w 5 THOMAS J. DEMPSEY 4435 Devereaux St. St. Bartholomew 25 -Q JOHN M. DENOFA 7035 Edmund St. Our Lady of Consolation 74 34 1- .ef it EDWARD J DERBYSHIRE 4711 Aubrey Ave St Katherine ALBERT I DES GARENNES 160 Myrtle Ave Assumptron L ROGER P DESTREMPS 4375 Concord Dr St Christopher 45431 M ROBERTJ DEVLIN 4424 Hlgbee St St Bartholomew 9" JOSEPH R DI DIO 2916 Levlck St St Trmothy 'kqq Y , ,M- , Q...- .V- '17 THOMAS L DIGIULIO 7508 Loretto Ave Ressurectron 'CIP ROBERT E DILLON 3727 Aster Ct Dommlc we THOMAS D DINOFA B630 Star Dust La Our Lady of Consolatron hr' 't""'Y' MICHAEL A DI SIPIO 4252 Rnchmond St All Sarnts DENNIS R DITTES 1652 Hope Ave St Charles fin ' 'QTvj xy! PHILIP J DOERLE 315 Hemlock Ave St Charles Borromeo K Q- THOMAS I DOLAN 4530 Magee St St eo qv- THADDEUS J DOMZALSKI 6167 Hegerman St Bartholomew 'Ut -5, JAMES G DONAGHY 3214 Longshore Ave St Matthew ,,s 1 JOSEPH M DONNELLY 3426 Prnnceton Ave St Matthew fmwht , Y ,- ' rr f 1 f 3 EM sr - JOSEPH W DONOVAN 3322 Pranceton Ave St Matthew vm, JOHN J DOUGHERTY 7712 Whittaker Ave Ressurectron 02 JOSEPH R DOUGHERTY 4225 Oakmont St St Bernard IN THOMAS F DOUGHERTY 974 Wakelmg St St Martm of Tours 19- JAMES A DOYLE 4616 Vnsta St St Bernard K y 'Q-A A AZ .K , 4 I zkgi , . Q 11' A 'P i' . ' J sf. ' ' L . L J ' U I E I I 5' 5 L I I " N' rl KH J ,V I J ' , ,,'lf' I ., I JM I Q In 0 te r ft M r M I ,M 4r I l L Q. 4- 'uc' I M 2 4 5 91 E r I L' n K I 6316 Revere St r' -T Q. 'L X Q KENNETH J. DRENKHAHN 91012 Anchor SI. St. Martin of Tours to-Q W-,h. uf WILLIAM L DRISCOLL 6332 Torresdale Ave St eo 'vu FRANK A DUDA 7137 Lynford St Resurrertlon DAVID J DUFFIN 5101 Roosevelt Blvd St Martin of Tours JAMES A DURHAM 9062 Convent Ave St Jerome I.- 5, Al F lk' ,Mx JOSEPH M. DZIADO 7153 Walker St. St. Bernard VINCENT R EBBECKE 1363 Budge St St Martm of Tours ss., ROBERT J EBERLE 3538 Harfel Sl St Domrmc ii x JOHN T EDEN 1000 E Cheltenham Ave St Martin of Tours 5"' WILLIAM T EDMUNDS 873 Sanger St St Martin of Tours SZ S. - El. v ALBERT J. ENGELHART 6929 Rutland St. Our Lady of Ransom 4' -1- JOSEPH F ESMOND St Timothy JOSEPH A FAHY 5234 Jackson St St Bartholomew JOSEPH M FALATO 2865 Mechamcvulle Rd Our Lady ol Fatima LOUIS P FALINO 4930 Princeton Ave Our Lady of Consolation 1 sw S ,. ir 1. RAYMOND R. FARINA 4025 Wells St. St. Timothy 'Q GEORGE A FEE 2813 Hargrave SI St Jerome gf- 41' JOSEPH A FEE 7423 Brous Ave St Matthews THOMAS .I FEE 2813 Hargrove St St Jerome 2' FRANK J FEENEY 4012 Teesdale St Bernard EN we W 3 - N - L- . it A , 1 . C Q ,,, -ea L Q- 3 I ' uv" 4 K' -f T g W V L QI , , ' I 17? ' 44 5 :A A . It I A -- I H gg? .V x,,V Aye . , - K c 4 Vyrey "' - Wie' ' V' I 1 X A Q A.. ,Q . . l . ' l . I St. 79 . I ri ca ff .x", Tj , .L EDWARD J. FIALKOWSKI 1920 Chandler SI. Resurreclion . yr, .H X- Ea- 1 If RICHARD S. FIGIEL 4743 Richmond St. SI. John Canlius 5 gjvx 'H ,K 'N . 'nf e "I W F 1 WILLIAM A. FINN 2923 Tyson Ave. SI. Maflhew 'aff' ...J .1 -:H V JOHN A. FLICK B732 Perch SI. Sl. Dominir as 1. Q.. , if-9 Y ll JAMES E. FLITE 505 Forrest Hills Ave. Sf. Chrisfopher fs "1" .' in I iv . I JAMES E. FLUEHR 4524 Grant Ave. SI. Kaiherine 14 '1 5' . L3"m. X A .1 LAWRENCE P. FITZGERALD 1142 Bridge SI. SI. Marlin of Tours 'cz' 'N .-L Y A! ROBERT A, FITZPATRICK 1424 Funshowe SI. Resurreclion ANTHONY R. FOGLIO 5537 Torresdule Ave. 51. Bartholomew I 138g Iv JAMES J. FOLEY 1411 Kerper SI. Resurredion vp ' f' X'?l".!5-Q .' In . - . 5 -- I , , Lunch . . . Time to Refuel ' H 2,3 X. Eggs' r-1,6 Y if ' sz IQ" OUR FAVORITE SUBJECT is lunchg in this we all excel, ll is differenl from all ' our olher subieds. We have no leuchers , . . we mme by it nulurclly . . . no books, and no lesls lov if. Of all the foods we- eu! cl lunch, pretzels are lhe favorile. After eaiing we go oulside and have a game or two of basketball. Then back lo class! Wvll, hull H10 day is gone anyhow. . A ying! E .w-v-- ' -F. ,,..ow- ' Q. Q 1 "lt , E"f ee-N., ln. JAMES J. FOLINO 3251 Englewood St. Sl. Moflhew -,. neg . ww THEODORE J. FONASH 8027 Castor Ave. Resurredion K: , K 'ff , at 'Sf ,, 'fw- If k W' gf' FRANK J. FORTE 2903 Lardner Sl. Timoihy 'EQ L RONALD J. FORTUNATO 3042 Visio St. Sl. Mailhew ,-4. ,1- IL. ,JJJ f I l EDWARD J. FOSSLER 1827 Borbeck SI. Resurreclion JAMES J. GALLAGHER 5649 Frontenac St. St. Martin of Tours ,1 if A JOHN P. GALLAGHER 879 Sanger St. St. Martin ot Tours 5 ,nl fp, . 3,1 ROBERT D. GALLAGHER 9201 Convent Ave. St, Jerome ii ll ROBERT F. GALLO 5278 Burton St. St. Bartholomew EDWARD J. 6516 Tulip St. St. Leo YW . f,f+ , .Wig R ,,, K . f m f' H ' ' ' V 'fv!ffi:: M ' i 4 ., ,M , rw 1 -X ',' fg'.fQ, QS!- -f 'I' Wir: ' 1 ,lk .-' -f f X4 r 4 """X 40' HARD AT WORK, Rastetter, Davenport, Messner, and D'Angelo practice their draw- ing techniques. Having completed their study of the basic principles of commercial art, the second year student tackles the more technical part of the course. Structural design, oil painting, and water coloring occupy them during the second year. A few of our art students even work on the cartoons for The Crusader. A DISCUSSION of various art forms occupies the members of Junior 13. The first year Commercial Art students attempt to grasp the fundamentals of design, per- spective, lettering, and layout. Within the scope of Father Dul1ieId's vigilant eyes, they develop their skills as artists. With practice and patience added to experi- ence, they are likely to become dress designers, automotive designers, illustrators, or cartoonists. su- , .eb 'Zn 5 5 RAYMOND E. GASIOR 4652 Melrose SL Sl. John Canfius an by . WILLIAM J. GATTEII 6049 Charles St. Sl. Timolhy ji JAMES G. GAUGHAN 1523 E. Chelienham Ave SI. Marlin of Tours I -cv ew X rl JOSEPH J. GEARY 3730 Pheasanf Dr. SL Dominic E EDWARD M. GEIGER 5105 Griscom SL Sl. Marlin ol Tours 2 155 f af THEODORE N. GEORGE 1216 PraN Sl. Sl. Mullin of Tours W AA 4 5 L K H ? , .. ,. - . L xii 'L ' Wil? Mg , JOHN F. GERCKE 4117 Princefon Ave. Sf. Bernard Q , f, ., " Mb' l FRANCIS R. GERHARDT 6242 Erdrick Sl. Sl. Timothy fq M' f 1 WILLIAM A. GERSTADT 4734 Marple SO. Sl. Bernard ?4ff?fQ'7W ' " ' -'Z' Q , wg-,.f:' f vfegfh 4gf4,w?E,g - VINCENT A. GIANNETTI 3155 Hellerman SI. SI. Timothy ,,,,,..--v-""" Q,-J m nmlf' NS B nw 'PBSESTL Music Majors THE BRASS SECTION of our band of renown is prac- ticing continually, always improving, if that is pos- sible. Zabielski, Onzalone, McCartney, Troccoli, Sullivan, and Jasinski are among the music maiors who take music as a credit in addition to regular academic courses. Although they have a large work load, they perform well and are usually near the top of their class in marks. Whether they pur- sue music as a career or play for their own pleasure in the future, we know that right now they are tops in both concert hall and iam session. vi Q hr l fx-9 e If JOHN P. GIBBONS 4419 Devereaux St. St. Bartholomew - fa' X if JOSEPH T. GIBBS, JR 7017 Erdrick St. St. Leo ,.g.,. K- SS., , 4 JOHN J. GINLEY 3005 Fanshawe St. Sl. Timothy vc' g if rf? Q Ll SAM M. GIUFFRIDA 8507 Mansfield Ave. St. Timothy .- Q .A lp WILLIAM E. GLADY 5549 Miriam Rd. St. Martin of Tours 9 1 'Sn-, , im.: .ann JOHN J. GLYNN 9624 Cowben St. Maternity B.V.M. RICHARD J. GODWIN 9515 Northeast Ave. Maternity B.V.M. ,, ,N-"""""".H, A X We ,,... 'M A THOMAS J. GOEHL 7039 Gillespie St. St. leo VINCENT J. GOFFREDO 3015 Cottman Ave. St. Matthew 1 JOHN B GRADY 1218 Alcott St St Martin ot Tours NOTES ARE AN IMPORTANT PART of our history courses. Junior 8 is industriously copying Father McKenty's lecture notes. Father's novel approach gives us a personal interest in the historical figures that helped mold the thirteen colonies into the great nation we now are. His vast background shows us how the separate occurrences of the past have combined to give us our rich historical heritage. KEEN INTEREST in history comes easily when interpreted by an experi- enced historian like Father Stafford. Father is telling Sophomore 3 how the exciting past of our state affects us today. He points out how the development of civilization along the Delaware influenced the culture of the whole nation. This understanding of our local contributions to history makes us proud of our famous state. .km Y ,., The American Way ,xwx L THOMAS J. GRADY 6341 Jackson SY. Sl. Leo 9 AR' L. sr-s -., EDWARD A. GRANT 4231 Tudor SL SI. Bernard an A pw s GX ' I1 V ,Q , I wf'5' Qv:e, L ' JOHN J. GRESH 2140 MaGee Ave. Our Lady of Ransom Q:-v--. RICHARD M GRESKO 1429 County Lme Rd Our lady of Good Counsel Q.. 1 F ls GERALD J. GRIFFATON 3445 Visia SO. Sl. Mallhew , ,sua iw, , D0 tl-4' V5 if Q JOSEPH M. GRINES 1438 Brownsville Rd. Assumption B.V.M. af-' il Q ROBERT E. GRONCZEWSKI 2867 Gillingham St. St. John Cantius 4,.. rin ' ff ' 'V' r :f, ur il 1 W M gk. 1 W -L FRANCIS J. GUCKIN 1606 Center Rd. Assumption B.V.M. J i 5' l ,, .g ,,,- , R H ev V , , M, ..,l, r - . 4555 , N W JOSEPH J. GUGLIELMO 6532 Cottage Rd. St. Timothy li .if g' L M ' A RICHARD D. HAAS 3320 Welsh Rd. St. Dominic f' 1' av Ss., ,,..f' SEGREGATION is the sublect which has made Senior 4 turn serious. Father Lemon is explaining when segregation is o is not iustii . N tional Poblems o e ol the morr- vital subiects which we have in our senior year, because it makes us think about the world and its problems. Our teachers, however, usually keep a :lass from becoming too monotonous by a light moment at thi- right time, as Fathr-r Cutter is doing with Senior S. i L K..- ,,f.."' -x 1-'Y 'gl 4 .fl CHARLES S. HAEGELE 8715 Frankford Ave. St. Dominic - ,q l f nv 51' T ,w V z,,. . ...., THOMAS A. HALDIS 3400 Aldine St. St. Matthew 'Q 1 wp fl I CHARLES .l. HALLOWELL 3383 Philmont Ave. St. Christopher gvgmhx QA ? V ROY F. HALLOWELL 5304 Oakland St. St. Martin ot Tours 4 GL CARL F. HAMMOND 3111 Wellington Sl. St. Matthew 'RK FRANCIS J HAND 3423 Shemeld Ave St Matthew avr RICHARD A HANEY 8054 Rowland Ave St Dommu: 5:1 -...Y CYRIL J HANZELY 1919 Wakellne SI St Bartholomew 151' an 'lf'-' JOSEPH T HARLEY 7414 Palenetto St St Cecrlra 5 JOHN C HARRIGAN 8018 Frankford Ave St Domrnrc WILLIAM T HARRISON 10809 B Shore La Maternity B V M 65- " UN' 'CI' 1 JAMES D HAWK 953 Walnut Ave Charles M., PAUL J HEDGEPATH 11620 Bane SI SI Chrrstopher in-5. 1. JOHN W HELLYER 4549 Marple SI St Bernard X 1 DANIEL F HENNESSEY 7037 Erdlck SI St Leo n"""' JAMES A HENRICH 2109 B Dune Maternity B V M 2, BERNARD F HERMLEY 52 E Hlll Creek Dr St Ambrose Mud' '?"""' ROY M HEVENER 7325 Frontenac SI Resurrectron ww uve FREDERICK H HEYSE 3269 Pune Rd St Christopher 880849 41- JAMES L HICKS 4306 Loruns St St Bernard '93?'v JOHN R HIGGINS 5904 Belden St St Martm ol Tours QL. CHARLES R HIPPLE 7245 Saul St Resurrectron WWWW A-Q CARL A HODLOFSKI 3106 Nesper St St Matthew bl ,W 5 32 EDWARD R HOFFMAN 6250 Tackawanna St St Trmothy PATRICK J HOGAN 7231 Leonard St Our Lady of Ransom ,F-we - X V . - 1- " f . I . . ,wtf , 'M ,tw - I -H ' - A I I - L' I f x ' , I 'Q . i n ,, - , ' , 4 I 7 I 1 I 3 gr . ,Z , . V i I ,, 'Jw G: tx.. 5 i 5 . N w,,,, .AIZ , . E , I Y , . 44 , "LX -, l ? 4 i A i- I w , gy QQ, 4, ,W F , , I . Q A E. , I . i . ,uf i 'Q , 5 3 ,, , ,, W l . i ,gy A fix I D U Q ' I , ,12 ' T-jff, , I , .JFS.9fiilfsfiiziiiifiiIfikxI, M , ' fl e,,Ne A - ' I N f 1 , l ff ,,,A,, fir,-A 2, , - , , .. M . -- - - 4 ' I J A fe ,. . ' 4 y Y 7"- far .. . . -tif: ' ' 553511 I f , ' ' 1' - ., "" ' ' I ' . L. , 5: , ., .. ANDREW C HORCHLER 4914 Grant Ave SI Kalherme ol Srena 'bf P'-' FRANCIS .I HUGHES 1163 Wlldman Ave Sl Charles Q GARRETT A HUGHES 1061 Ford Rd Sl Charles Borremeo MICHAEL J HUGHES 6223 Revere 51 Sl Trmolhy E- 1 Q LOUIS A IATAROLA 7024 Keystone SI Our Lady of Consolahon .5 MATTHEW J ILLER 3113 Welsh Rd S1 Jerome 'foe JOHN J .IAKUBIAK 2145 Anchor SI Sl Bartholomew avg- .gf EDWARD S JANKA 6342 Vanduke Sf Sl eo 'Yr l RICHARD J JASINSKI 5313 Saul S1 Sf John Canhus 355, Y 1 L JOHN J JASKOWIAK 4756 Garden SI Sl John fanhus E 9 RICHARD W JOHNS 10807 C Sea L Malermly B V M ng BERNARD J JOHNSTON 2019 McKinley S1 SI Tlmolhy 'li- YL? GEORGE W JOLLY 1919 Solly Ave Resurredlon WILLIAM J JOYCE 8391 Algon Ave Malermly B V M Q: L LAWRENCE H JULIANC 5229 Jackson S1 Maier Dalorosa I1 XI JOSEPH E JUPIN 4339 Devereaux Ave Sr Bartholomew ITV pm 4- N! LEON M KANACH 2831 Gillingham SV Sl .lohn Canllus KP I JOSEPH E KANE 4072 Hlghbee Sl Tlmolhy qv-v HARRY R KARCHER 448 Temple Rd Our Lady ol Good Counnl if xy- f L EDWARD A KARPEN 2834 Coffman Ave Sl Mallhew A W . ei W ' m Z V K V. I Y' tx f 4. L, 1 3, I N vy Q Q Q no I . I - - I a. D . ,Z i A J if I 1 V at , ., vX I 4 I , 1 I ' - llllo Q- i if A I QQ .ll A 4- W A 1- I A A n I . I' . I . ' l sc. . . L ' . ' i . Q' IA Jlll 4' -' ' , , 1 gy V iv ' A V.. 'Q 4 if I F,, Vw, 1 DANIEL L. KASPRZAK 1950 Street Rd. St. Charles Borromeo XJ 2247? STANLEY J. KASZUPSKI 2408 Duncan St. St. John Cantius , g vs or" .ie 4' 4 JAMES H. KATES 3432 Wellington St. Sl. Matthew , i fvfaff? I . RICHARD F. KEEVEY 6744 Vandike St. St. Leo iv Q EDWIN G. KEIFFER 2220 Dungan Ave. St. Charles Borromeo L. 'o T ping for the Commercial inded WITH FLYING FINGERS, these masters at touch-typing are running through their lessons like the "old pros" that they are. Even though the members of Senior 9 are expert typists, Mr. Quinlisk still watches carefully for the slightest mistake. Just because these boys are expert does not mean that they do not need practice. A typist never "outgrows" his need for "speed and accuracy". CLACK . . . CLACK . . . CLACK . . . is the monotonous sound of a busy typing class. Father Jendzura puts Junior ll through their paces every day. Our first year typists practice continually. They are in the midst of learning the funda- mentals of touch-typing. Yes, with a little patience and cz lot of practice, they will become 80 words-a-minute typists. 0000000000 00000000000 00000000000 . Llfyk ,QR 1' 47 QS- ' Ilrg .ll JOHN J. KELLER Southampton Rd. Our Lady of Calvary 'Q' 55? I :ffl WILLIAM R. KELLEY 3150 Emblewaod Sl. SI. Matthew .l an 1 tu' : E J s CHARLES J. KELLY 976 Pratt St. St. Martin of Tours 2 ig 1 gn... DANIEL B. KELLY 735 Rutland St. Our Lady of Ransom D ' Vi .ng EDWARD F. KELLY 4343 Oakmont St. St. Bernard 5. if' L FRANCIS J. KELLY 9385 Annapolis Rd. Sf. Kalherine gt. JOSEPH F. KELLY 3243 Wellington Sl. Matthew as ' 'rf' ,f .Jn RAYMOND J. KELLY 3843 Oak Dr. SI. Dominic n " I. 6' ' P Q THOMAS H. KENNEDY 1505 Rosalie St. SI. Marlin of Tours 6 . 1 at THEODORE J. KENNY 2759 Alresford SU. Sl. John Canlius THE BUSINESS WORLD may th nk twnu- t accepts thf opunlon ot ou bookkeepmg ecchcrs The tr-nrtwrs sometumos undevc-st mo e our abil ty our careless mistakes Ouml sk s couroctunq lust urh a mnsto e node by Mztieown t Suu o 10 4 FN :ws - ,Zi is Qi nv- . PAUL M. KILBRIDE 5219 Roosevelt Blvd, St. Martin of Tours M 'X 2. aft!! A THOMAS J. KING 1243 Alcott St. St. Martin of Tours JOSEPH R. KLACZAK 971 Garver St. St. Martin ot Tours Q, 127' J ELLWOOD M. KLEAVER 4443 Shelmire Ave. St. Bernard 'fvl'-, t Q ' 5 JOSEPH R. KLINEBURGER 2319 Fuller St. Resurrection ,.-.. , Q .,,,. Q""' FRANCIS J. KNOWLES 5535 Miriam Rd. Sf. Marlin 1 va P I Q xl ix J ,E,' .21 Q WALTER J. KOCHANSKI 2837 Gillingham Si. Sf. John Canlius i Q x: c. as-"ff 1' JOHN J. KOLODZIEJ 4630 Milnon Sl. 59. John Canlius '15 S. STEPHEN J. KONKOLEWSKI 2844 Sellers Sl. SI. John Canfius I 6 , - C.. f- 1. ROBERT J. KOSZAREK 2207 Emerson Sf. Resurreclion T' . 4 -J tl-5 'T x J-, ...n-nu....i DK 1 is S I' 'lb S i4 1' ,A FOR FUN, INFORMATION OR WORK, we go to our school library. The library has many things that we need: encyclopediae, magazines, news-' papers, and books of all kinds. Under Father Hearn's able guidance, our library has grown in these last two years. Father does not work alone, however. He gets a good deal of help from his willing library staff. Moreover, for those who do not want to take out books, the library is a quiet place to study. Shhh! Periodicals, information, reference in the Library ?,ii' Q g 'K-in A 4 JOSEPH W. KRAMER 3329 Guilford St. St. Matthew 5 3 , A W i ' f l VINCENT J. KRAUSE 954 Bridge St. St. Martin CHARLES F. KUHLMAN 4201 Disston St. Our Lady of Consolation JAMES J. KUHN 2912 Dassmore St. St. Timothy I ff 1 TED F. KULESZA 6618 Vandiko St. St. Leo JI'-u. ..-' , 1 rf 'F r' l 1 L. ,- l JOHN A. KUPCINSKI 4511 Almond Sl. Sl. John Canlius ,Q ,, a Q, Q--v .2 of Y. L JOSEPH J. KURTZ 1259 Magee Ave. Resurrection '62 ...Q 'N 1 52,5 MARTIN W. KUSHARK 4712 Comly Sf. SI. Bartholomew f M l C JOSEPH 5. KUTRZYBA 6156 Algnrd SO, Sl. Bartholomew N ,- , vo C.. v- , Nm, .N , I EDWARD J. LAFFERTY 4427 sleigh Ave. Sf. Bernard ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR! 'l'hat's the way it goes in Mr. Hanrahan's gym class. Sophomore 8 seems lo regret the fact that he is very enthusiastic about calisthenics and physical fitness. These expertly conducted gym classes help us to build and strengthen those muscles which have been inactive all day. PREPARATION for the military life is one of our many activities in gym class, as the members of Sophomore 12 are finding out, much to their dismay. These exercises seem rough at first, but after a while they get easier and easier. Push ups next. Ugh! Exercise, exercise, exercise . . . . Body building in the gym I 'UK ' ' N 1- . x 1 ANTHONY J. LALLI 1441 Rhawn St. Resurrection . W! N 'Z- -,, . , uf 1 x JOSEPH E. LAMAINA 6011 Summerdale Ave St. Martin of Tours I six , 'Q T? A CHARLES J. LAMIELLE 4719 Unruh St. St. Leo A-m.,, 'sf Wh-r 1 THOMAS LAMON 4628 Wilbrock St. St. Dominic X In JOSEPH F. LANGE 4527 Edgemont St. All Saints s R A ,Lp ff" Y 11' , Q.. 2, , y V! C JAMES P. LARKIN 5661 Loretto Ave. Sl. Marlin oi Tours 1 :wx , ' L- , 4. ROBERT M. LEAR 5145 Oxford Ave. Sf. Mariin of Tours 'Q ROBERT E. LEE 5866 Loretto Ave. Si. Martin of Tours GEORGE F. LEHMAN 4233 Princefon Ave. Sl. Bernard z vlan- X R V' 4 Q' 1. RICHARD S. LENART 2077 Wilmot Sf. Si. John Canfius .-r. all 'Y' vw: 'MVK' Y: xii' af. Auf vg,-, FQ' A . EVERY DAY between 10:00 and 10:15 we go to our homeroom activity period. This time of the day is usually very busy both for teacher and pupil. During this period, Father 0'ConneIl makes announcements of common interest. Also on the P.A., Father Quoile conducts the "morning lineup". Collections for worthy causes are taken up during the activity period. Mr. Quinlisk is enlisting the help of William Brady in a Seminary Collection. Mr. Rapp, prefect of Freshman 9, is gladly accepting Vincent Snyder's dollar for the Mission Collection. Activity in the classroom . . . Announcements, collections, campaigns Q.. wi THOMAS J. LePERA 4937 National St. Our Lady of Consolation rg 'v, fl Q 1' L , QT' l JOSEPH A. LICHTNER 4323 Devereaux Ave. St. Bartholomew if ft , bm Cf' MARVIN J. LIGHT 4210 Bleigh Ave. St. Bernard 121 fh- ROBERT E. LIGHT 4210 Bleigh Ave. St. Bernard 4, FRANK W. LILES 2903 Benner St. St. Timothy After School When the last bell rings, some of us are divided for the day, but many others are iust beginning a different phase of school life. They are the ones who find something special to do in their pursuit of a well-rounded education. In the various clubs, shows, and student government activities, they are provided with the practical knowledge and experience which will be so vital to them later in life. This is what makes great leaders- extra effort. Their extra effort and time will further the good name of our school and add to our ever increasing renown. Under Oblate moderation, we work and play together, thus rounding out our Salesian education by developing a sense of cooperation and teamwork, and great loyalty to our Alma Mater. i .,,-...f-A .---Q i 1 IU an VME N. Q.. f ' i l if ' ' Y' ROBERT E. LINCK 3030 Nesper St. St. Matthew . S' 1' rn rm. we , Xe, dk JOHN J. LINEMAN 4338 E. Thompson St, J All Saints 'Lo f we ,bl DONALD E. LLONA 8557 Castor Ave. Maternity B.V.M. '51, f 1 JAMES F. LOFTUS 3216 Brighton St. Matthew Q 4 Q RAYMOND P. LOFTUS 4543 Aldine St. St. Bernard ,auf Q ,ls ewfillr W i M -1, fa . ni , We've "SOMETHING SPECIAL for the colonel." -- Alter Will Stockdale was made P.L.O. by Sergeant King, he finds out that the colonel is a bug about cleanliness. ln his eltorts to please the colonel, Will may have gone too far, but the Court Martial reolly becomes a medal. "No Time For Sergeantsn Will Stockdale Irvin Blanchard Ben Whitledge Sergeant King General Bush . Psychiatrist .... . Preacher ..,, Pa Stockdale . Captain ..... General Pollar Draft Man . . . Corporal . . , Lieutenant . . . Michael Bromley i Richard Godwin Robert Fitzpatrick . .. , . James McMenamin . . Robert Mehan . Joseph Pokorny . . John Cipriano . , Joseph Wood . Paul Bolognone Charles Hallowell . . . Joseph Wellendorf . . . James Reilly Joseph Donovan .,,1.. 5 Q. Hill Qxqllfyf: 'lxx , 'Q 1- l f' --g".u. 1' ' i 1. i , 0 Ar., ,fi N ian. WHERE ARE WE, SIR? - I.t. Cover, Bob Prettyman, the navigator, has lost his way on this "typical" flight. Ben Whitledge, Bob Fitzpatrick, is downhearted about his future military life. The remainder of the plane crew, Jim Reilly, Ed Schoen and Fran Woinarowski have already fallen asleep. THE HIGH POINT of the shew for the cast comes at the end when the curtain calls are proof of the audience's approval. Father Hermley, the unsung director, can stop for a breath and catch up on the sleep he has been missing. I-a..i' u.,,L 'C '-. . vs, W' A DAVID A. LQMASTRO 1430 Oakmont Ave. Resurrection i F .ily "N Q- wx. Y- ROBERT C. LORIAUX 6649 Cottage St. St. Leo ,. Q 'igprzxl -' -IQ .' w 55,1 ROBERT M. LOWRY 4016 Ashbuiner St. St. Dominic W Q v 1 ' 1 .VA EDMUND J. Lussnesxl 6522 Tulip si. St. Leo is , NE ,wr--v -.- I RICHARD J. LULEJIAN 2167 Magee Ave. Our Lady of Ransom Q' 3, L JAMES H. LUMLEY 4800 Hellerman St. St. Leo Q Q41-ox vm-. CORNELIUS J. LYNCH Procter Rd. St. Christopher ' gp ..,M., Q . . , , .. . 3- ifgigkzjr fy If is 1 f ' , fffifiii N., i..,gg,.,, f..Fxwae.x.l . ,V ww. :Fee-wi g... gy .aff : 5 4 7 wrsiqz 52 fi., t f- - fe. qgzfsji, gli wifi? JOHN W. LYNN 3028 Unruh Ave. St. Timothy GEORGE M. MACKANICH 4314 Marple St. St. Bernard I mi alf,-we , I ,, , '- y f15jSw,?, Q gf , :LV 1 ' H. 5, , N.. - . . ' , Vllf. ' f gfiff 1 JOSEPH M. MAGEE 667 Artwood Dr. Maternity B.V.M. 'tr . and the Variety Show 4 .L ff ,O - C' a Ruth Ann Hall Frances Nordland vi ,QQ It fu 8, fix -3 ' ... ,.- H Jean Dolan Pat Ott Regina Gormley 4 lt' CURTAIN CALLS are the reward of the young singers, dancers ond comedians in our variety show. They devoted all their time and energy to the show, Crusader Capers lll, and they deserved the enthusiastic applause they received from the audience. To these performers, along with Father Hernley, goes the credit for making this year's varsity frolics the best ever. 41 4 1:- 6 '3- Jim McKnight Jim Lottus a ,Qs fa-H .V .g. 'LTLY ,stgv 4 John Maloney Dau Genre 19, pokomy AT ANY TIME OF THE YEAR, our young thespians may be found rehearsing in the auditorium under the guidance of Father "Darryl F." Hermley. Much of the success of our shows can be attributed to Father's professionally capable advice and direction. No Time For Sergeants was a great success keeping a packed house every night. Submerged, a successful one-act play, and the uproariously delightful Crusader Capers played to over 10,000 and disappointed no one. -K L GERARD E. MAGILTON 3511 Ashvillo St. St. Dominic 50 xl 1 WALTER A. MAGNANI 3107 Teesdale St. St. Matthew JOSEPH N. MAIO 3010 Gilham St. St. Timothy r f. 'lf , Y "'W1ff:, .J 'ig ' ' ' f Afvlfiii. . 950315, gn .-"2'ff'i-F.-2 - f f LOUIS D. MAITA 6506 Tulis St. St. Leo JOHN J. MAKERS 2828 Sandyford Avo. St. Matthew , i-51 VE' 5 THOMAS J. MALEY 7148 Dirman St. St. Bernard fc.- X L JAMES J. MALLON 3432 Cottman Ave. St. Matthew 5 JOHN C. MALONEY 4701 Lansing St. St. Bernard .1 E sg? ' G94 ,f 6 M ., H 4 . W J 'I' 3 ' f YK if JOSEPH A. MALONEY 4625 Kraydor St. St. Dominic A Q .Bw in I ROBERT J. MANCUSO 7134 Hegermon St. Our Lady ol Consolation l Red and Blue Marches on . . . Crusader Marching Band BAND Seniors C. Honxely M. Zobielski A. Moltierno F. Wilson M. Sullivan A. Walsh D. Owens J. Brophy R. Pasternak R. Gasior D. Struzynski R. Moncuso MEMBERS -, .., ps Q"2'a -Al' .f .-'wwf 14'-ii '-1 ' -. we . or ,Q 4' F' ' J 'si.'.ff.-..+ ML!-iz, ' i':lb?4-j:,i.:igfy '-Q. . .WM . "J""lf+l!f'f'f.. . .- 'FE f 1. sf ie' .,.- 'nwii '35 , ' 'W " A Juniors Sophomores Freshmen R. Schmitt E. Martin R. Struzynski W. Subick J. Berger T. Smietana S. Clayton J. Welch J. Noll 1. Bressler J. Gallo J. Ott J. Niemiec F. Meikleiohn W. Norstadt J. Wren D. Spry R. Anzalone J. McKnight T. Volosky J. McCartner C. Grbowski J. Jones T. Jasinski J. Lyons J. Palmer V. Bolognone C. Elkins G. Gillespie T. Fisher J. Pokarny A. Michner P. DeFao J. Hovey S. Cirelli K. Sullivan G. Higman J. Carlo J. Carleon G. Jermyn L. Celauro J. Finnegan R. Triccoli W. Dareks W Murphy J. Longacre M. Marciniak S. Wnukowski E. Maichrzak B. Marini D. Nemand H. McKee G. Zlotnicki W. Naughton C. Kochensky C. Gallo F. Gabor ,Q-dx ,-A . 'Y' A-lr TY' 71. . 5 9.1 1 -L' 1 Qs I S' v W' " '15 'lb' -'Q Q tn wa 4 'fgllq-2? -bi FL... 5-J 6 Q-W '-We-... yin' 'JW " ' 'Jib- 'flu x if A Mya- 'grixa 4 Jw' ik , lvvwfmw-o 1 AIJ-E4-118' sau -sw 44... Q s '91 3150 in 1""'.x. '94-0 wld' x zu f 'Nw 'KQW34' 'WN LQ W I S nm, .A M YU' VJ' F4 J 1911 EVERY DAY after the muslc of the lust bell has ceased other music begms This IS real musnc In the Autumn our mcnrchmg bond perfects Its drill for the half Mme actnvmes ot our football games Thus year the dnllmaster IS one of our own 2 C D. 0 J - uv 'U D C W O O CQ 3 O J 0 E5 m -Q N vu C I un A U J U' 0 vu 0 0 3 5 'I J Ll F"'Q ,ml .FN-tv Q, . 1 X l :X 'X F , 'XV 9 A' , E 2 jf: D' A gl - 4 I 'P I l 1 L rm lk-V' JI the perfect lmes -Q- .fr .1111 731 U1 Ir' 5 J 'A x ff I 1 S PHILIP R MANGOLD 6304 Dutmon St St eo PAUL D MANN Blue Spruce Farm Sl Andrew Ply GERALD J MANNA 5526 Mlnom Rd St Martm of Tours JAMES J MARASCO 2739 Solly Ave SI Jerome of' ROCCO A MARIANNI -...W if 3419 Cottman Ave -7 St Matthew . . l v C - . '. ll 'pl' I' ,A A .Q 1 ' l lc ' 9 u ' . 'P ., I' -' . Q f fq '1 .,., ,,,.,,. f A . .71 V G. l 'l ,, . ' ' 'r AA P A , 'Q . .y l I f . ' l ll . . 4 E N ' , 0 a 'f wa- ,-? . v " fwfr ,'f'f ': '.1 Q 'Z . 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MARTIN 2946 Tyson Ave. Sf. Mallhew I f f' I JAMES B. MARTIN 4715 Hariel Ave. SI. Bernard K' ROBERT J. MARTIN 6651 Edmund SI. SI. Leo ,ff ' ! If GABRIEL F. MASCIO 6132 Tockawanna St. Sl. Timolhy Jezebel Kung 1 apaniment Jfiffll DJ J- ig-fifi fiflyf I J-fx .A i -I 2 lex kk ,,S,,,,,,,,.,,,g I Because Of You By Arthur fi VT R' Q. A? X L EDWARD F. MASON 8127 Revere Si. Sr. Jerome Q' L Q:- 5 MICHAEL R. MASTIL 2818 Hargrove SO. Sf. Jerome ,... . .fig 5' GERALD G. MATLESKY 10523-C Air La. Maternity B.V.M. , Q-..- X x L FRANCIS J. McCABE 4427 McKinley Sf. Sf. Barlholomew 'Ra ,f r ' f Q JOHN D. MCCABE 4010 Benson Sf. Sf. Dominic ev. 15 J WILLIAM E. McCAFFREY 4716 Vankirk St. St. Bartholomew D., J Q v .i CHARLES P. McCANN 932 Marcella St. St. Martin of Tours Q1 iran: R. ,I my JOHN J. McCANN 7412 Battersby St. St. Matthew 1.-,' till nl THOMAS M. McCARTlN 4509 Turor St. St. Bernard V 'hr g RY 1 JOSEPH J. MCCARTHY 7231 Erdrick St. St. Bernard t Judge everyone reads the Crusader 5' H-.A gr '- lk, Mlm - C- 7,1 W. H- .L . ,UTM K H. HERE THEY ARE! The papers have arrived. After working diligently the Crusader staff turned out its first issue of 1960. Jim Reilly, Dave Dumn, Mike Carroll, and Tom Gradel eagerly count out the number for each section before they are stormed by representatives demanding papers. When the paper is distributed, we all enioy the fruits of their labor. l.l ll 4 . me pix X! 'Lf' ww' 317 5 '51 0:-of sr FINAL PROOFS of the Crusader are examined by co-editors Dave Dultin and Mike Carroll, along with John Mueller. Typists Jim Flite and Dove Coughlin work on the drafts already written by our staff. Under Fr. Duffield's iournalistic advice, our young writers report all the news- worthy events around school and editorialize effectively. EDITORS, CLUB REPORTERS, ioke writers, sports writers, cartoonists, and typists all go to make a line stall: David Duliin '60, Michael Carroll '60, Charles Hallowell '60, James McNally '60, Herman Rosica '60, John Mueller '60, Richard Godwin '60, James Flite '60, David Coughlin '60, Albert Rastetter '60, Robert Perry '60, William Messner '60, Joseph Berger '62, James Reilly '61, Vincent Bowers '63, Thomas Gradel '61, .,-as ,.,...-1-'- ...-- ,N fx bv- X, 4' Y r T , tl 35' L, if ' l JOHN J. McCAULEY 1902 Tustin Ave. Maternity B.V.M. IC "'-4, A ex, V' ROBERT P. McCAULEY 3501 Ashville St. St. Dominic We -1' L- rt., ,Q 'cvs ,A MICHAEL E. McDEVlTT 4318 Shelmire St. St. Bernard of' ' 4" - JOSEPH J. McDONALD 8181 Leon St. St. Dominic 1 f X ,M xi .il 'L' we--V ,fafzq I JACK J. McDONOUGH 7118 Erdrick St. St. Bernard G 2 gf. .pw-' CHARLES P. MCELROY 901 Woodbine Ave. St. Charles Borromeo ff:- , my K.. f' l JOSEPH V. McFADDEN 2841 Gillingham Sl. Sf. John Canlius Q' ,T w- , we , 55.8, Y I JOSEPH M. McGARRITY 1116 Bridge Sl. SI. Marfin of Tours fi' so A . A., L .,,. H EDWARD T. McGlLL 7135 Jackson Sl. Sl. Bernard p 1' ' sl S 'Surf 9 PAUL P. mfcuucr-csv 6304 Cardiff 51. Sf. Timothy The Quest . . . another prize-winner CHECKING AND DOUBLE CHECKING. Mike Carroll, Fred Heyse and Jay Tiltermary are doing a very importani part of the yearbook work. They are making sure that they have all the seniors' pictures and that they are in alphabetical order. J'-N X 1 s , 51' 1 .Y -e. on ea ,ffl W W, .km Zu.. W V11 ff T' ', Q, K. K.-I Nx 46 v 4 s I EVERYONE HAS A JOB TO DO and we are all kept busy trying to complete them before the deadline. There's referring to old yearbooks, writing captions, mounting pictures-checking and double checking class lists and pictures, cutting, and typing. Our iournalists are: Michael Carroll '60, Richard Roth '60, Thomas Dolan '60, Martin Zabielski '60, Jay Tittermary '60, Robert DeCray '60, Francis McGrath '60, Fredrick Heyse '60, John Mueller '60, Herman Rosica '60, Vincent Bowers '63, James Flite, '60, David Coughlin '60, William Messner"60, Edward Davenport '60. FINISHED AT LAST! After months of work, our dreams have been realized. The "Quest" is Hnally finished. The yearbook staff has worked hard and given much of their time that you may have the fine book which you are now reading. Here, Mike CarroIl,'our editor, hands Father Joseph Dullield, our moderator, the last page of our manuscript. The staff is naturally happy along with Father Dullield that the Quest for i960 is ready. Hope you like it! "lp" .J 6 by 7 . ',. 0 S 4- X V JOHN J. McGl.lNN 931 Sanger St. St. Martin of Tours 2. V ROBERT J. McGONAGLE 840 Sanger St. St. Martin of Tours 'O , --qv , , ,- wt. .f , H ,Q W1 was L THOMAS J. McGOVERN 9222 Walker St. St. John Cantius .L , JOHN J. McGOVERN 4244 lovick St. St. Timothy 4 'N if ff ,ew wg, fe, mfg," , A ' of , ' W' ., 'E " if F Wi M.-'Vx . , FRANCIS H. McGRATH 5266 Glenloch St. St. Bartholomew - :HM K' -. ,rf JAMES J. McGRATH 3400 Princeion Ave. Sl. MaHhew cv Q .,, ,f ow --x JOHN P. McGRATH 6016 Belden St. Sl. Marlin of Tours 13.42 W i ve.- wwf' Y 1 V Q MICHAEL W. MCGUIRE 2928 Guilford SI. SO. Mallhew di 1, A f -.. fx- '-vw JOHN P. Mmm: 6503 Tulip sr. Sv. Leo L' 1 4 . 'Y DANIEL D. MclNTYRE 436 Wicker Ave. Sf. Charles T 1v""" I UNION ETHICS was the topic of debate this year. Our debating team as in previous years gave an excellent account of itself. Our "story-tellers" are: J. Gallo, J. Schneider, T. Finnegan, T. Honold, C. Papariello, R. Gerhardt, E. Schoen, J. Anderlonis, J. Rielly, D. Mehan, .I. Shields, Mr. Vincent Konen, coach. A NEW ORGANIZATION of high merit is Our Great Books Discussion Club. Originated by Fathers Travers and Chrzanowski, it meets frequently for the purpose of discussing some of the great classical books of the world. O if xl- In tum' in .5 Y PATRICK J. McKAIGE Street Road St. Francis far K Q4 Q-.. 5 sr I JAMES J. MCKEANEY 3936 Grant Ave. St. Katherine Jr., X PHILIP E. McKEANEY 2826 Stanwood La. Our Lady ot Fatima au. Q, 1 ' .l JAMES J. McKEOWN 1816 State Rd. St. Charles Borromeo Q , is A. W Q WILLIAM H. McLAUGHLIN I4 Milton St. Assumption B.V.M. JOHN P McMAHON 3345 Dlsston St St Matthew M RONALD F MQMAHON 3315 St Vmcent St St Matthew JAMES W McMENAMIN 11801 B Sea La Maternity B V M JAMES J McNALLY 4423 McKmIey St St Bartholomew K W , if .. J f fwzf 1 Q u t Wa an Q I W5 1 ,gf ff JOHN J MCRLY 4423 McKnnIey St St Bartholomew RICHARD J McNALLY 4538 Oakmont St Bernard my gun '73 P631 5 A af JAMES F MQNAMEE 5913 Charles St St Bartholomew 'K' JOSEPH J MCNELIS 4527 Knorr St St leo GERARD J McQUILLEN 9105 Ferndale St Maternity B V M CHARLES B 5334 Tacony St St Bartholomew l CHARLES R McSLOY 1619 Rhawn St Resurrection DANIEL J McWILLIAMS 3723 Cosmos St Sl Domlnlc inn ti JOSEPH P MEDUECKUS 1527 Klngsly Dr St Joseph Hallowell 1'--n JOSEPH F MEE 2566 Fmdley Rd St Charles 954 Ti? JOHN S MELNYK 2911 Teesdale St Matthew JOSEPH M MENSICK 4468 Salmon St St John Cantlus 'T' L.. ROBERT G MENTO 1351 Bridge St St Martln ol Tours ni WILLIAM J MESSICK 6321 Glllesple St Leo T' 1' E A ROBERT H MEHAN WILLIAM E M-ESSNER 3101 Wmdlsh St 6245 Taclfawana St St Matthew St Trmothy .4 ' ,rre J bf 95 Q " V - .A A ' . sc. . ,sv. x 5, L I I ' W- ,eer 1 .1 . I I , "f PM +- he V J - IQ ' Q u v n I I ' ' If 2i?firf, I 3' V , rg 1 sr: Q: 4 ' ' 'gf g :QQ ' ' 4 R,,I. I A A . 5 , :' W , ,, J lx K-, 'CS JAMES W MILLER 4431 PnnceIon Ave SI Bernard 'ZZ' JOHN L MILLER 3447 PrlnceIon Ave SI Matthew , A ARTHUR A MOLITIERNO 929 BnghIon SI Resurrection H9559 JOHN J MONACHELLI 7208 Horrocks Resurrection JOHN J MONAGHAN B119 Terry SI St Dominic 1, . L. pp- JOHN W MONAHAN 828 Bnll SI St Martin of Tours 64" CHARLES E MOODY 2935 Lardner SI St Trmothy 'U- CHRISTOPHER P MOONEY Eden Hall Torresdale St Katherine of Slenna 'K' PATRICK H MOONEY 7172 MonIocue St Bernard PHILIP J MORRIS 7211 Hanford SI Our Lady of Ransom 219' 56' ,,.-1' l PATRICK C MOZI 3312 Welsh Rd SI Dommfc JOHN G MUELLER 6318 Algard SI St Timothy IR 1 if EDWARDJ MULLIGAN 2153 Stevens SI St Timothy 1' THOMAS E MULLOY 7267 Rupert SI Our Lady of Ransom Qwf TERENCE F MURPHY 877 Marcello SI St Martin of Tours , 'I- - -nv' ,ve 3' MICHAEL D MURRAY 966 Wakecmg SI SI Martin of Tours pf WESLEY R MYERS 4225 Sh meld Ave St Bernard PETER A NACCARANTO 7100 State Rd Our Lady of Consolation 1' 1 RONALD R NEUMER 4646 Melrose SI St John Cantlus JAMES L NEY 1099 Tyson Ave Our Lady Help of Chnstlans ff " , 'QW :IJ I Q. 6- If A if ' ' , ' ,A .f ' . . , 4 . L i I A I L - .,,1,,f1, A Seev -- 'P 'g 1 - . H1551 I 5 ,237 , . , . . ' - - I - ' I . I, u ' A I I 1 w " AIPS F RRAR i I SI. SI. , , 5' I f ",' ,give , ' ' 0 , rld of Sports The last refrain of our fight song has been sung, the spirited cheers and jubilant shouts no longer echo in our ears, the courts, the fields, the diamonds, the tracks, the pools, etc., are no longer alive with the sounds of our athletic efforts. Our sports story is full of glorious, inspiring victories, and bitter, stinging defeats. Both of these experiences have a place in our memories because both had a place in our development. Victory, we remember for the exultation and pride we felt, defeat, for the strength, determination, and courage it instilled in us. Both of these have helped us in some way to be better men, better sons of St. Francis de Sales. These things are gone now but not forgotten. They will live in our hearts forever. Here we recall those moments of athletic triumph that we shall always treasure, that will always thrill us. Varsity Football ,aff READY AND WILLING, Ray OM is wailing to enter 'he game. Behind him and as- sistant coach Bradley, Joyce, Eden, and Brown wait to be called as ihe next subs. Our bench is among the best in the Calho- Iic League boasting many fine replace- menls. K . 1 Bl' THE CRUSADERS' line tightens as another Neumann man "bites the dust." Strug- gling to nail him are Daly, Rastetter and Opalack as the Neumann teammates look on in sadness. Now we have won one and lost tive. North Catholic .. Bonner ........ Roman Catholic .. St. James ...... St. Thomas More . . Neumann ...... West Catholic . . . La Salle ..... Dougherty . . . OUR 59 FOOTBALL SQUAD Frrsl row Joseph Cush Joseph lydon Muchael Richardson Joseph Opalack Howard Lund sey John Eden John Brown James McKeown Martln Lutz Second row Joseph McClalTerty Charles Martin Albert Rastetter Joseph Gallen Thomas Barr Wulllam Daly Jos ep Joyce James Bulalos Wlllsam Joyce Third ro SCHEDULE Judge Opp. . 15 14 . 0 25 . 0 18 . 0 14 . 8 18 . 6 19 . B 28 . 0 32 . 0 24 Wllham McGllnchey Robert Rlppman Gary Marks Julian ldnk James Bradley Richard Roman Fourth row Walter Shandy Richard Haney Wllllam Large Wllllam Bean, Robert Schwartz Raymond Ott Edward Galena Thomas Kennedy Davnd Gonce Joseph Welsch Edward Bradley. f'W A. '17 1-19' 16 27 r 3' " LY' 3' QQ -. 'Q 16 1 JOSEPH A. NOTARFRANCESCO 6605 Rutland St. Our lady of Ransom KN A 1- KENNETH J. NOWACZYK 2814 Lefevre St. St. John Cantius 11 fr . ge , A ROBERT E. NOWICKI 2822 Warcissus Rd. St. Christopher: 3 Q. . PHP! WWW I CHARLES J. O'BRIEN 6618 Tackawanna St. St. Timothy if 51 fl' FRANCIS J. O'BRIEN 4614 Decatur St. St. Bernard Eight losses, one win Av'- l"' l.-fi' 42 . N 'X I A-wwf" V A , . G- A sig? 12 a ' ff fu, ' 40" ' , A it Y 'xl-V T pta' 2 L XX - - 4 -r' , ai I LXJQJQTQV 2 , .pi A .'I"" Vi! it x ' 0 ,-v""""'v X. 2,,af"' 4. ll T , , A e .. X ,,-avi' mf ' . A ' M , ff' K K 4 A v i'3Jl4gk'L'!" +4 .QM f My ,:,k,,"' V . f v' ,,eH, ,,g,f'.!A:4'h"5f 4, 'i-'se' , GJD ' 3 ROARING AROUND END, Quarterback Bill Daly makes his ' way for a first down against Msgr. Bonner. We entered this 4. -444-01" game with high hopes after a 15-14 victory over North Catho- lic the previous weekend. We fought hard but we lost to the harder fighting Friars, 25-0. HAULING IN A PASS in fine style, Jack Eden is ready to charge against the opposing St. James. Howard Lindsey, the alter- nate receiver, will soon be ready to throw the allhimportant block. C OUR HALFBACK Bill Bean makes another end run after taking a handoff from Daly. We looked good against Bonner but not good enough. The city champs looked better and beat us, 25-0. HAULING IN A PASS thrown by Bill Daly, end Edward Galena will be brought down immediately by this St. James secondary man. Quarterback Daly's passing was not quite good enough to beat St. James on this Sunday afternoon. 1 if , si Q MATTHEW J. 0'BRIEN 6334 Brous Ave. St. Timothy .X 'W A-'N 13- si WILLIAM F. O'BRlEN 9249 Leon St. St. Katherine 'EC' . 'Iv 1 ge. WILLIAM T. 0'BRIEN 7033 Charles St. St. Leo 9 CHARLES J. 0'CONNELL 8517 Ditman St. St. Dominic 9 A nfs .- PHILIP R. 0'CONNELL 2907 Knorr St. St. Matthew ,if-,A L PAmcK J. O'CONNOR 2153 Brighton St. Our Lady of Ransom MMM , me t, L ROGER F. O'CONNOR 4903 Unruh St. St. Leo Y rf'- fv- A A te ,,, . in JAMES T. O'DARE 4503 Tudor St. St. Bernard ' 1 My M K -. ,. hwy if 3 'Q I T "2f'fTf'x GREGORY F. O'DRISCOLL 4518 Tudor St. St. Bernard rp g fa- Q, - Hin? 44-....-I .ff Y ,E JAMES M. 0'DRlSCOLL 2930 Glenview St. St. Matthew H W Mrvrryilp. ,NI A I 'af 4 , Q ,L I 1 , .Ay Soccer :- Q f I warg I. SCHEDULE Judge Opp. Lincoln ........ . . 0 I North Catholic . . . . 2 10 Roman ....... . . 3 4 West ..... . . 0 3 Dougherty . . . . 'I 6 Neumann . . . . . 1 2 Bonner ....... . . 2 I North Catholic . . . . 0 I Roman ....... . . 1 0 West ...... . . 3 0 Dougherty . . . . I 4 Neumann . . . . 2 I Bonner . . . 3 0 ACTION AND MORE ACTION was the main characteristics of our soccer matches. Bill Smiegel shows that to perfection as he beats a North player to the ball. Even though we had a few setbacks we never Iost our spirit as is shown by our great finish. 1 v .' , --1-L-, .-'sq lvgkflk. 'EJ ed All-Catholic Rating for his great all- around play at halfback and goalie. We are happy that Tony received this award because it not only brings honor to a . " L J deserving player but also to Judge. J . N ' ' 'R Y.. ALL CATHOLIC! Tony Zanin was award- , A GOOD BOOT when the pressure is on is the mark of good coaching. Mike Murray is showing that Father Bugliosi's hard work paid off. Father did not quit when the season was over, he is now U - S O 37 I CD E. 5'- 5- fl s ? 3 fl 3 B' 3 Q I' fl I 0 55. year's team a great one. "I , 5 ,X J I.. Q. 115 fc WITH THEIR FIVE wins the soccer team was our winningest team in the Fall season. With a very able coach in Father Bugliosi they might have gone all the way but for some critical iniuries. Here is our team, First row: F. Schaefer, T. Mulloy, J. Fahy, E. Davenport, W. Kogut, W. Smiegiel, J.'Barth, J. Buck, J. Byrne: Second row: M. Murray, J. Mastil, E. Schieber, V. Cicalise, M. Mastil, N. lynch, F. Zanin, J. O'DanneIlg Third row: T. McMahon, J. Rudy, A. Zanin, J. Roache, I.. Tonell, Fr. M. Bugliosi, C. Kwiatowski. - 4' 3r 'N Q. , , I 3. ""'j,,x,,. "'Twfw1'2 1-ir" 4 , wand' sv 'ee- V19- 2. 2 - CHRISTOPHER J. O'NEIlL 1925 Fuller St. Resurrection K' A1 J . W ,Q FRANCIS E. O'NEILL 1442 Higbee St. St. Martin ot Tours JOHN E. O'NElLL 6610 Marsden St. St. Leo , 'Q RICHARD J. OPARA 6116 Shisler St. St. Martin of Tours l g- J RONALD J. ORRICK 5955 Loretto Avo. St. Martin of Tours H THIRD PLACE went to Charlie McShea ' the Catholic League Championships Charlie the team captain is the spark plug of the team yug- r ff fc- L ,G 1 DONALD J. OWENS 9703 Northeast Ave. Maternity B.V.M. Sl' .' Q GEORGE M. PADULA 1418 Unile St. Resurrection fs va UI 00 23 If I-Y' SU 22 -4-2 All Saints ,l CARL J. PAPERIELLO 4207 Meridian St. St. Bernard XR fx I L'-if 1 THOMAS N. PAPPAS 2231 Bridge St. St. Bartholomew I i r hy' A COMPLETING HIS FOLLOW-THROUGH, southpaw Bill Alberts hopes for the best. Bill's skill has .helped him maintain o line average throughout the season. Such dependability is an important factor to any team's success. 50006 ung 12 BBQ 5UDQ DDQ 00 swf ungg 500g f ?J K '61 Northern Division Champs Basketball OUR CRUSADER VARSITY SQUAD had G retord of 18 and 4. They are J. Ryan, J. McGrath, J. Gaffney, J. Kelly, V. Ebbecke, G. Sufor, L. Mor- tine, A. Zanin, F. Curran, J. Monahan, R. Farina. fr ,Wm we N M fi . , ,, V ,sh ' rf is T ,tc-Q3 I ,,,, . ,- JAMES V. PARELL 2827 Reynolds St. All Saints Q RAYMOND J. PASTERNAK 3431 Decatur St. St. Dominic ALBERT G. PASTINO 7735 Castor Ave. Resurrection is FRANCIS J. PAWLOWICZ B846 Bradford St. Maternity B.V.M. I 'jfizfrff f, M , 'fffiff' wiv! fm 2 I Q STEPHEN J. PAwLowsKi 3114 St. Vincent St. St. Matthew WHERE ARE HIS WINGS? That's what the boys at the Prep are asking themselves as they stand help- lessly by ond watch Monahan leap high to drop in another goal. -1 4,3 xx l TOUGH LUCK, HAWKLET! You can't stop our boy, THE BIG MAN GOES UP and that usually means Lou Martine, that easily. His fine playing contri- another two points for us. Those bewildered boys buted to our easy 70-51 win over St. Joe's that from Bishop Neumann are totally incapable of Sunday, lousing up George Sutor's layups. Tremendous I8-4 season Mig? IU gl . X N -l W X! x LET'S GO CRUSADER5! Get over here. Monahan seems anxious as he looks for a receiver who is not cut oft by the Neumann Pirates. WHERE'5 THE BASKET? That's what Bonner's Paul Galla- gher asks as he unsuccessfully tries to outmaneuver our own Fran Curran. y .T r N, ,C7 4' -an 5 sf M Wi we its Sw, M, Q c A JOHN J. PEDITTO 2036 Bleigh Ave. Resurrection l QQ. 1 1 bf , ll JAN L. PEKALA 7222 Montague St. St. Bernard 0 Y ANTHONY F. PELLEGRINO 28 Lillian St. Assumption B.V.M. RICHARD E. PENDRAK Academy 8- E. Com1y Rd. Our lady of Calvary V f .2 srgigif J 4 l i RALPH F. PERKINS 4018 Magee St. St. Timothy 'S fiili QEUUEQ f illilf 258 ll sill! Q Ill! WE 535.3 ,ii 'Q ff 5 69 ' YM' , Q "Nr Monahan .L x STRETCH A LITTLE more, Joe. Displaying some of the great playing that won him the Markward Memorial Basketball Award, Kelly puls in a layup lhat helped us bear North by 17 points. artine . . . Curran .xx 1 I 'C' JOSEPH A. PFLEGER 7201 Gillespie Sl. Bernard A 2 f 5-F ,L n , Q , f as , ' 4-. ,H 41, RONALD J. PICCOLI 5273 Burlon Sl. Sl. Barlholomew ,- 'fi 1 'Y JOHN F. PIONTEK 5949 Shisler St, Sf. Marlin of Tours i STANLEY C. PLAWA 9217 Ruperl SU. Our Lady of Ransom ,ce L 'iff' , sf- kv ANGELO J. PLEBANI 3350 Tyson Sl. Sl, Mallllew -1 'Y r 5? .7 . 'K as " ' Y MAA' ,,,i V' 'f1, x JOHN T. PLICHTER 5918 Keystone St. St. Bartholomew '4- 1, 7 VW THEODORE J. PLUTA 5936 Loretto Ave. St. Martin of Tours ar- L- 3' 4, ,L .ig 'C' EDWARD M. POLINSKI 2312 Solly Ave. Resurrection if' X C' ' lb- 1-rv e I Q JOHN M. POLSENBERG 969 Sanger St. St. Martin of Tours 1 Qi Lf. ,C-T, JOHN J. POMARICI 934 Bridge St. St. Martin of Tours 'bf . 1. GO, KELLY, GO! This Pirate really had his hands he tried to stop Joe Kelly from driving in and scoring another goal. His fine playing helped us to walk away with an easy 66-62 victory, TRY AND TAKE IT, Explorer, but watch yourself because Lou Martine is a rough boy, and he plays for keeps. Even though Lou and the rest of the bovs played a good game, we lost by a slim 43 to 41. We later took La Salle, 40-38. 4-cl g yrlf I.-4 -Jff ,ff OUR 6'6" JUNIOR, big George Sutor, goes up for o dunk shot while all that the boys from La Salle can do is watch and hope he misses. Fortunately for us that happens very seldom. Keen competition . . . three close ones of so' 5,-1 Q' S V FRANCIS K. PORTER 3018 Nesper St. St. Matthew K .' 341, ,1 I Q JOSEPH A. POTERO 4518 Princeton Ave. Our Lady of Consolation 'X lily ups...- K-vw ROBERT S. PRICE 4643 Salmon St. St. .latin Cantius fi Fl' ANTHONY D, QUATTRONE 2315 Shelmire Ave. Resurrection 9... f-r A, f Q2 I l RICHARD C. QUINN 955 Anchor St. St. Martin of Tours We . -. it . xy' A ww., , . 1 ROBERT A. QUINN 6374 Ditman St. St. Leo N, .ax 4 Q noaem A. oumrus esss Tulip sr. St. Leo :Q ,sf xv. .L is-ff .7 rw. ROBERT T. RAFA 8203 Narvon St. St. Jerome .J THOMAS .l. RAFTER 4042 Aldine St. St. Bernard ts, . L EDWIN J. RAPP 4956 Wellington St. Bernard The Jaycees and Freshmen SHOWING GREAT PROMISE, our J.V. basketeers boast a fine record, and team members are: F. Stumpo, J. Hartman, T. Kelly, D. Legacki, J. Halpin, S. Suback, L. Folino, J. Stoeckhert, M. Kunz, and T. Maloney. THE FRESHMAN INTEREST in athletics was manifested in our Freshman Basketball team. Our ball playing Frosh are, First row: T. Dumphy, M. Torpey, S. Laskowski, F. McGrath, J. Graham, E. Kenna: Second row: M. DeRosa, W. Deegan, J. Campbell, J. Maier, E. Rodgers. Their record was and W .., pf. Lf' , J f . JOSEPH D. REILLY 8114 Rowland Ave. Sl. Dominic K' 21 I X., Q cHAnLss a. Rsmzl 7029 conage so. SI. leo fi M fr: ROBERT J. REPASH 945 Sanger Sl. Sl. Marlin of Tours , Mfg. A' , l 1 i',W I 1 JOHN M. REPHOLZ 8631 Perch Lane Sl. Dominic Er if in tl-1 5 , ALBERT D. RESENDORPH 1344 VanKirk Sl. Sl Mariin of Tours SCHEDULE Judge Opp Neumann . . . , 56 30 Usf' SL Joseph's . .. 33 53 i. Dougherty ,. . , , 59 26 ' , West ..... . . 57 28 Bonner . . . , 21 65 Neumann ... .. 57 28 St. Joseph's . . . . 50 36 Dougherty . . . . . 48 37 West .,.... . . 50 36 Bonner , , . . 31 55 ARE YOU SURE that clock's right? Pat Hogan and Bill Delaney are happily surprised when Coach "Chick" Webb tells Ihem fheir Dimes. Keep up lhe excelleni work, boys. OUR MERMEN: First row: J. Hughes, W. Gallagher, W. Adamuchi, T. Thibaulf, C. Krause, J. Heron, S. Amerin, Second row: S. Broski, P. Keeley, C. Maier, T. Rush, D. Hogan, J. Riuo, J. Beck, P. Hogan, caplainp Third row: E. Amerin, L. Matthews, W. Delaney, J. Roache, D. Gallagher, P. Vanderneuf, P. Vanderneur, Rev. R. Hanlon, moderalorp Coach "Chick" Webb, 5 " Q J- '05 'f -:Q Q. - , W .,,, K L , K . 1' Yl . 4- W '-' . T ..! F ..l1 .fx- X , .ie , V 4 .sf . ' .f fa U1 .U b H I . M -JF I' sg ' EAP fx 1-.H I , 1 . A ' '1 X l- K xii? I .ali KICKING UP A MOUNTAIN of foam, Bill Delaney glides through the water, expertly executing the butterfly stroke. With swimmers like Bill, we gave Bonner a tremendous fight for the championship. Swimming . . . Runners up CRUISING DOWN the pool with the greatest of ease, Joe Beck master- fully executes the ditficult backstroke, while Dan Gallagher, whose speci- alty is the breast stroke, sails by for a sure victory. These boys show the determination that makes champions. 1 9 4' RICHARD .l. RICCHETTI 1913 Rhawn St. Resurrection 'Q G.. sm, A - K, r ROBERT M. RIECK 4512 Tolbut St. Sl. Dominic I i A if WILLIAM A. RIZZI 3228 St. Vincent St. St. Matthew JOHN F. ROBINSON 5557 Miriam Rd. St. Martin of Tours JOHN P. ROCHE 4202 Hellerman St. 9 1 rg Y li: ,, ' wwf 'f5f.:'71i Tw 3 xy if . mfg 5 M , l Q A 1 i A I ff-1' fr:--'sz . 1. MICHAEL F. RODGERS 3152 Glenview St. Matthew has in-f F5133 JOSEPH J. ROGERS 9201 Treaty Rd. St. Katherine , -V K ? W:LZ ..L2:E CHRISTOPHER F. ROMANO 2711 Eddington St. St. John Cantius QLQ- .. .-v.,. M ,,.,,, 2-21 -Ffh: ' . ' .' 1 f' A - ,. A '1-35.251224 A , ' -Q .' 'v ' W ROBERT L. ROMINIECKI 4350 Richmond St. St. John Cantius MICHAEL A. ROSIAK 2948 Fanshawe St. St. Timothy Track and Field 3 ll UQ- 1 DIYSAIEIS -.h K' Qgiqiz., -.Z'ff"s -Z'1Z-1'- -:K .Q-." '.- '-T .,,1'-'W' S ,-1"-4 ' ' -'- Q '.- A iilfc J 1 -Z1 "-5 ' ., .' ,'. -1'-1'-'-1'-16' 1'-' ,, 1v141-152i1-1:- -1'1:-- - zqtiiazul 5.1212 A SPIRIT OF MUTUAL AID helps our track and field stars to Q: af? . syn..." benefit from the advice of each other. Fifty feet-shot putter, -1. .RQ 5' 1'-' """' 1, . "' Stan Kaszupski is exhibiting one of the finer points in a brawny ":"- . -331' -1'.' 11-.' sport to teammates Joe Boyle and Paul Corrigan. ,-"'i-'.-2:!.?-'f.y:-.g- ' -.'.' N " . -""T1'S2-Z1-,-., "-.SZ 1142? ' '-15:-1:--. " '-11-1:3 Q, 45.1. OUR TRACK TEAM are o well trained group of athletes, who are making a name for themselves ond for us throughout the Catholic league. Wherever Father Donohue's proteges compete, they win events and respect for our Alma Mater. Get those trophies, boys! 5 , .1 "' ,, 1. 519: ' ' in ki I QQ W .'l f.'5'h u , ': ca?" f . if-fl E 1 -fl-item Inv WWF U31 SFNW5 43 ..-1 X1 Q 'EAA Edwin Mahan, Art Dreager and Chuck Hartman watch as Chuck Hart- man sets the high-iump pole at six teet seven inches, George Sutor's height. This is quite a good height to reach, even for George. INTERSQUAD COMPETITION is what gives our athletes such a good record in competi- tion. After Stan Kacanskos, Jack McCauley and Mike Hughes rest of the league seems easy. race each other, the In tn.- gl -Q rl HERMAN J. ROSICA 1915 Wakeling St. St. Bartholomew xv K V' A RICHARD D. ROTH 4512 McKinley St. Bartholomew r , aifiifgf 6' ,K K wi , 4 , WILLIAM C. RUETER 4014 Benson St. St. Dominic . Q f f I Q L., ffl ,I-V-I cHAm.es J. numsev " ' ,ix 4 LF " 3107 aybeffy na. X 6 1 Our lady ol Calvary 'Q aff! ? :I :EQ 3 um gun? , , "fl -. Q1 HT fi I-'frglgii it-fvi' -"'9v'fN'-V'-5 J ' ' v 5 'J will 14, mmf, 5 S cz ' WM' ,w MW I - ' u' I . I V QI X ' I f nw In idwvj . 5 16901 r 4 ., 5 ' .1031 ii 5, Y ,,- . 1, f os: 1A1lAlI'4,.I,I p ' ig f ,E-' ' ' rv 'SQ' ?r,f4'-- ' :. K 5:28, .' ,." ' ' XI n ' ' ' ' I ' 5 xuwt ' WDC! 1 A gpg , 1 AW F m A I ' 1 . . wot , 5 lutgv I D 'atc nj h 1 5 - A Q. -' I 1 .Ki f K 1 I I I . -1 . . 1. ' lj DFNNIC F IUTFFKI , .f ' V x ROBERT S. RYPINSKI 3140 Magee Ave. St. Timothy ANTHONY M. SABATINO 7163 Marsden St. Our Lady of Consolation Q U MANUEL M. SABATO 3230 Rawle St. St. Timothy " I L LAWRENCE A. SACILOWSKI 90 W. Myrtle Ave. Assumption A AHL Q... GEORGE M. SAMPARA 3136 Magee Ave. St. Timothy Baseball J fx HERE'S OUR BASEBALL TEAM! The best players in the greater northeast, and the best instructors too: Mr. Robert Ryan, Mr. Henry King, and Father William Lyman Do you think they can go all the way? We do! BALLPLAYERS GALORE and they are all out for a starting berth. But this is only a small part of the three hundred eager SWINGING IN THE GROOVE, John Monahan practices to wndidates who reported for the first get his timing perfect. John is in good shape from bas- PYCCNCB- Whllf 0 Problem fOr C C0001 ketball, os catcher Mike Mastil will agree. John is o lo pick u starter from ull those talented .330 hitter! ballplayersl .-on-I" 746-:A N ,lr lf' X' ,,1 ef 11' Qty I, I x If I I Nx.+ , I if 9 'af n I If xi, X x SN 1:9-G'-' 1 :J + Xqi- OUR HURLER, Jake Gatfney, really bears down even in price. On the pitching power of our moundsmen will depend the fortunes of our team. Our fortunes rest in capable hands! Beat Bonner, Jake! RONALD P. SATKIEWICZ 8134 Winthrop St. St. Jerome jx ' 'fr ' Im A. JAMES H. SAYLES 4726 Harbison Ave. St. Bartholomew wuz. 57 2 5 A a L JOSEPH J. SCANLON 2910 Nesper St. St. Matthew ,L . Q 12515 7 t 'Q FRANCIS H. SCHAEFER 7133 Montague St. St. Bernard 'K Q' I S. FREDERICK R. SCHEITER 4028 Tudor St. St. Bernard I A7 5 0 3 BERNARD A. SCHROTH 4745 Garden St. All Saints S3 1 1 " W 7569 EDWARD R. SCHULER T133 Whittier Ave. St. Charles Borromeo OSWALD A. SCHUMACHER 7973 Algon Ave. Resurrection CHARLES J. 8630 Marigold Place St. Dominic ,, 'ffrzl' .,.. .R Wskfffaiflf 2, ww? I 4 :Q ' . If if sf ,,' CHARLES H. SCHWAR 8632 Yale Place Golf TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS are always a great help to young golfers. Father Murphy, who shoots in the low 70's, instructs the team on putting. They are Don Cimino, Joe McDonald, .lim McGovern, Eric Dollenberg, John Day, Jim Connor, Bill Sewell, Hugh Lasch, Vincent Vallorani, and Bernard Navolsky. Q 'S WHAT A PREDICAMENT! But Bernard Novalsky doesn't seem worried. He knows lust how to blast out of that sand trap. Being in a sand trap is unusual for any of our straight-driving golfers. St. Dominic 'ilgKl1l'l2l:rN"l PERFECT FORM GUARANTEES that thus drwe wall be long and straight as usual for En: Dollenberg Good drrvmg keeps the score down John Day studies veteran En: as he awauts his turn to tee oi COOL PUTTING ns needed for tncky greens and Joe McDonald has the composure needed to sunk those long ones Hrs puttlng and all around steady game wull be a bug factor nn our dnve to another champlonshnp L THOMAS F SCHWEIZER 5807 Drtman St St Bartholomew JOHN F SEES 2047 Fraley St St Bartholomew EDWARD B SEIDEL 4415 Cottman Avo St lernard CHARI. S J SE LE! 3319 Meridian St Dommr: 4 GEORGE A SE LAH 5449 Tackawanna St Sl Bartholomew xl.l in i I 1 " - Q H Q. u. . . A Q E . I I V St. " I .s 'J -J' X A 5l?feQf?'fW3fT'ffYf? Q Wim ,Q s..f:.':..i" ww' , ' w',,'i'i.?5.: 1'-f,,.l. ,,,' f .fmmf.f,ew 7 , , -, .., my ...bfi . " ' :rw V v . , 1 f A- . A if ' A WILLIAM T. SERVERSON 3625 Stanwood St. St. Dominic 54535 .l 7 ar. if an , We ff WALTER V. SHANDY B719 Midland Ave. St. Dominic ,,, JI! xl V i . : 1. GERALD W. SHAPREN 1413 Stirling St. Our Lady of Ransom RICHARD J. SHAY 2733 Pratt St. All Saints ' V giv JOHN E. SHIEL-DS 9009 Convent Ave. St. Jerome I I Intramural sports . . . Plenty of Spirit SYMBOLIC OF SUPREMACY in intramural sports are the trophies that go to the championship team, all-star team, and most valuable players. But these are only a symbol for all the spirit and energy that are expended in this traditional sec- tional rivalry. We must thank Father Matthew McVey for his interest and sup- port that made these programs possible. HERE ARE THE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS, SENIOR I! First row: T. Dolan, J. Ambrosius, J. Donovan, D. Young. Second row: J. McKeaney, D. Keevy, J. Mc- Grath, .l. Gercke, R. Lee, F. McGrath. Third row: J. Reed, P. O'Connor, B. Bieg, F. Tiano, J. Mueller, and R. Mehan. CHAMPS OF BASKETBALL also are Senior One. They had the speed and hustle to do it in two sports. They are First row: P. O'Connar, J. Ambrosius, H. Rosica, J. Reed, T. Dolan, Second row: J. Donovan, F. Tiano, J. Gercke, J. Curlett, R. Roth, R. Lee, J. Shields, R. Wilder. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS, Freshman ten. won out over the other eager entrants In their class. They are First row: E. Potts, R. Taggart, J. Curran, Second row: J. Keenan, D. Carr, K. Chadwick, T. Stretch, and J. lense. Af:-:I Y' 'T N1 ' VINCENT R. SICILIANO 7175 Collage St. Our Lady of Consolalion ggi in 'Z fi 5 v FRANCIS L. SILER 7563 Bcmersby SO. Sl. Maflhew A.,,. .x . '33, ""'7' ,A EDWARD A. SIMMS 2629 E. Clearfield SI. SL Adalberr .15 P T - Af ' 'iff' Q. ERNEST A. SISCO 4746 Loring sr. Our Lady ol Consolation Q .v,.. 1 Q-, .1 " " f X I C Rouen w. slxasnnv 3512 Chippendale Ave. SI. Matthew ,ffm -ef B- 1'-f f x GREGORY E. SLOWICKI 7421 Brous Ave. Sl. Matthew 1 21+ u. WILLIAM A. SMIGIEL 2084 Carver St. St. John Cantius f q ' 1 BERNARD J. SMITH 6546 Hergerman St. St. Leo rl ' 7 Q ERNEST R. SMITH 5739 Torresdale Ave. Sl. Bartholomew 4' 4 in v' ' JOHN J. SMITH 5257 Burton St. St. Bartholomew .I ani fl A WELL-ORGANIZED UNIT, thanks to Father Stafford, is our cheerleaders. At our games they are ever present and always ready to help us rheer on the team. They are: F. Mulhern, J. M:Cluskey, R. Williams, R. Perkins ICaptainl, J. McCoy and T. Mulhem. 3 ? . .if , y. 23, 1 V '3 f wig. gffgz, 'Z , . I, tk-A---4 C l ' , .. Z, fails- ff". , Q -5 N x x - ,, x x 'CN . 1 SUPPORT FOR OUR TEAMS is an enjoyable necessity of the spectators. We realize that it takes more than good players to make a winning team. It is the duty and privilege of the spectator to cheer all of our school's teams on to victory. We use the rally to show the team before the game that we are behind them and we cheer at the games to show that we meant what we said at the rallies. W' ff 6 1 ROBERT J. SMITH 1911 Napt1e St. Resurrection W V b ' 5-'fm ,Us A l THEODORE J. SMITH 3107 Teesdale St. St. Matthew iv- V-nv WILLIAM J. SMITH 870 Bartlett St. Maternity B.V.M. A 1' ', ,xii , , I "' Q. X is .f qgveg. CHARLES A. SMYTH 1703 Scattergood St. St. Bartholomew Our cheerleaders T' , 1, I I I l . . . uninhibited spirit DANIEL J. SNELLBAKER 611 Rosewood Ave. Assumption 4 it-' JAMES M SOBCZAK 5422 Charles SI SI BarIholamew JOSEPH R SOBOLESKI 6018 KeysIone SI SI Barlholomew 'KT' JOSEPH S SOBUSIAK 7136 RuIIand SI RESUIFECHDD FRANCIS S SODANO 131 W Woodland Ave Our Lady of Grace dm RONALD J SOMMERS 3224 Tyson Ave SI MaIIhew ANTHONY J SPADAFORA 3005 Magee Ave SI TnmoIhy div JAMES J STAHL 4048 Aldsne SI SI Bernard 'fs THOMAS P STAHL 4228 Teesdale SI Bernard THOMAS R STASZEWSKI 1837 Fox Chase Rd MaIernlIy B V M i WILLIAM T STECKLEIN 872 BarIIeII SI MaIermIy B V M an sn. PHILIP G STENN 6014 MonIague SI SI Tlmolhy 5... RONALD J STOREY B II SI Mamn ol Tours 97: if Ou- E022 I-Q03 01:3 .2-:mf f-23, gina --ICU :ll '-Pfam" 201 Q 21 .IN Wide! T95 1 JOSEPH J STOTT 2128 Anchor SI SI Barlholomew 6- KENNETH F STREHLE 952 Granne SI SI Marlm of Tours Q-, ROBERT C STREIT 7222 Dnman SI SI Bernard 'VD 27 DAVID M STRUZINSKI 4532 VanKlrk SI SI BarIhoIomew -N Q--, JOHN R SUDER 4433 Benner SI SI Barlhalomew Qf JAMES J SULLIVAN 4351 ChesIer SI Assumphon i JOHN F SULLIVAN 2241 BnghIon SI Our lady ol Ransom ' , I-. 5. U , I 'f I "' ' - JAIJ I I 5 , SL V RRIE 5. " A I A I . A 5 I 1 I V A-.,i ii M If K gl' Q' , fr. i .' - N 1 L, A I I - .' . 871 11 SI. . ' . V , A , Q JW- A -A ' Q NL. 1 z'f V .f I , I af A va 'L I A VX, - EQ' VV g ig.: 1 s - I . ' sf. , ' , 4 K Q SS- 1 sr , I L . I A VA' . x' A . J 71 , W 'W ,, il ,l,,, I , A r A 1 , Q 'Ke , ' Q6 I f' , L. ' I av ' J '-' I , , , vu- MICHAEL F SULLIVAN 8938 Frankford Ave St Domvnlc pv- FRANCIS J SWINAND 6326 Farnsworth St St Timothy PHILIP L TABASSO 2002 Oakmont Ave Resurrectron as 1' FRANCIS T THEUER 9501 Tullp St St Katherine 'mf' JOSEPH F TAGG 5142 Akron St St Martrn of Tours -'Q JOHN S TAGYE 5315 Castor Ave St Martln ol Tours WILLIAM J THOMAS 5136 Castor Ave St Martrn of Tours 'Inq WILLIAM J THORN 3031 Brighton St St Matthew fu? FRANK J TIANO 8417 Castor Ave Maternity B V M 1 JOSEPH R TITTERMARY 6630 Hegerman St St eo Ss WILLIAM S TOMASZEWSKI 1167 Brldge St St Marlrn of Tours JAMES G TOOMEY 6122 Tockawanna St St Trmothy MICHAEL J TORRIE 3021 Tremont St Jerome WILLIAM J TOWNSON 3209 Glenvlew St Matthew gf vb w VINCENT J TROISI 4225 Decatur St St Dommlc 1 ' EDWARD J TVAROK 4534 VanKlrk St St Bartholomew Q4 THOMAS A VALENII 4151 Hellerman St St Timothy ROBERT P VANDERNEUT 1922 Emerson St Resurrection i B PAUL R VANDERSLICE 3339 Chippendale Ave St Matthew l LEONARD P VIGNA 6168 Montague St St Trmothy r' I 5 6' 5 - Vi V G' R .r 9. A f A-wb? 1 0 . I A 'X 5 'Q .- du. ll - - 2 8 A C S , ' A , -ff - dc' L C U . ' n . 1 sv. ' . I ff. . -4 x Q V I 4 It I I C . . I A Q - I . SL- .. I XX , 6 ,G,, -. f V V x YJ A . 'L , - Q - Y Our successors as leaders of our Alma Mater are the underclassmen. From the callow Freshmen, to the maturing Sopho- mores, to the experienced and debonair Juniors, they are all worthy of the con- fidence we hold in them. We know that they will continue to enrich our tradi- tions and hope that they will remember us as the friends and companions we tried to be. Good luck, Crusaders! ..,.'f n o 'o 1 ls.. 'gym' ,fu ""4--"5" W9 rf Q Sf' S . ur V ' ' V' ' A' 6' QE Xl Q YAY 3, 92 Q -K' I " YQ + , 1 -' , 332' f ' -f iisyyli y 3 1 f ,jf - ,f .. ' Y . I V K M X1 v jifly ' . H A 8 - . A ' A ' A v A 3 .4 3 QW Q , 54 ' 'sw lil' . 39' 's. fa. gli' Wnyi Y - 6 , W 5' w? w D ':iff? ug1,. xg' xg Y q A -a ,QQ gg V 167 3 "2 113 ' Q ' X : Hx f"' A. '36, x ' " 13 f 2 -11- TT' 1'-e ', 5? X ,sv ' A 'Mx ' in 'af' :Lis 21" 'N - n yfgr, Y t Q f ' " A ' ' 'V Vf '- v' Av' ., f x 9 y if ma 2: '15' f--Q522 3, ni 4 i 1-i A . in 1 Q Q W. Bouchens, S. Bens, G. Blair, E. Bogucki, M. Burns, A. Colozzi, D. Cooney, J. Dybalski, R, Gasiewski, R. Gerhardt, J. Glackin, L. Green, T. Honold, J. Huber, J. Janczewski, R. P. Kaporch, R. Karpchuk, M, 3 Lech, J. Love, R. Manna, J. Matthews, F. McCloskey, C. McCollum, J. McTear, J. Milich, W. Molishus, J. Niebauer, H. Nowakowski, T. O'Connell, E. 0'Neil, R. Paine, M. Pawlowski, J. Powell, W. Powell, J. Rainey, G. Rudy, W. H. Schmidt, J. Schneider, J. Sieb, M. Scheeban, D. Smyth, J. Stelluto, J, Vonore, Prefect: Mr. Paul Madeiros R. Winkowski, J.Woods. Sophomore 4 Prefect: Father Knebels President: John Custer President: James Woods J. Anderlonis, L. Belancio, R. Burchacki, K. Craig, J. Custer, J. Dzierza, E. Fullerton, J. Gallagher, J Gallo, F. F, Gentile, D. Gibbs, J. Grant, W. Gribbon, E. Hamilton, J. T. Hoepp, C. Joeckel, R. Kamenar E. Kaminski, T. L, Kelly, W. Keweshan, D. Kraiewski, A. Lawler, M. Lutz, B. Mack, J. McAdams, R. Mc Mahon, T. McMahon, D. Mehan, P. Meikleiohn, R. Oakley, R. 0'Beirne, L. Oelschlegel, C. 0'Farrell J. Oplach, R. Rizzo, E. Schieber, J. E. Schussler, J. Sibley, D. Spry, R. Swierczynski, J. Usonis, P Vanderneut, R. Voegtlin, T. Wargyn, L, Wieczezynski, F. Winterer, E, Zuschmidt. gf ln rnsuuiw gm Pas . I '5:..rj,,7.g7' 2 I 13 I W , ' 55" N35 pf Q? t 5 A 1 f " A 4522 - ' A . W A A v 1 -,,-Ji QE 4 Q 9.5, 9 5' "QL G " -G' Hs V H M Q, ig! l Y x M' H ,+ X' . ,Al f rv ,il-.2 I C" Kg, 'V r' M . ,im ,NX V 4 . ' 4 Sl. ' fX":"':.z.J,' ' "' A V .4 Q' ZH, IIA fix X 1-'1 Jak R 'Qui' 1 I v .. 4 , W' fgf ff' D ' i . A33 .N fl, . . .351 , 74' H- 'M' 97 ,, , I M . X -unman- D nl Q V.lVAV .A.'A.'A W ' 35.11-Q., .SZ 1 - - V 5':1'F', 1,-, . ' fa 17" .1 I WST?" M A WF Q 5' 'Eff A V .4 f .47 im Y -VAV AY.4V4'AVAVLAfW fwf- Filqfmtanhh-3.1.3 ' - If wg, +V .151 my V 49? 3 16 9' 335' 6 V n U-uv W . eff 'is' 'G' 5, 'V i -,,, ww" X A X ' H . gf 6' wg: VIS' me Nga Wig! xg 1'Q"4 V W sa K9 x -I f ,, 4 Q Q- v , K1 V K fl Q ' ' Q -Z-V ,Qs A. cial Events Our special moments, how vivid they remain in our minds! Who would forget them? Our socials, especially the prom, our carnival, the Father and Son Communion Breakfast, the P.T.A. meeting, and finally our Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation from St. Joseph's Field House, when we became men, good Catholic men. But as we reflect on these things, we remember most of all the fun and the good times they were, the friend- ships we made at them. lt is fitting that we recall those special moments here, in the final chapter of our memorial to our school days. Above all, the years at Judge have been enioyable ones, good years spent with the finest of men, the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales. Here are preserved in print, all those things which are preserved so much better in our hearts. A -uv ,o , - 191' A , -' mg fm 2 ggi THOMAS A. VIGNA 6152 Moniague SL Sl. Timothy fr: , ' Sis A W 'W , xdr. K EDWARD V. VOGT 2945 Knorr SI. Sl. Malfhew str f if +1 ga' L Q1 THOMAS H. VOGT 3126 Funshuwe SI. Sl. Timolhy ff. 'Z' ,Lexi fp , x--.1 H-4 WILLIAM T. WALKER 4521 Oukmonf St. Sf. Bernard L. V. --...W V' ,WXVIM ANTHONY F. WALSH 2928 Disslon SU. Sl. Mallhew Monthly socials A 4 n ill 1 ME. Q, -U ' 32 94-i N- , f'x.4' i-'QV- f lf-'Nw 4 ly , q V Q KG r x my 6 mgfil 4 .A I gif ff i y 1, if V Q ? - 1 'Q 5 k'G-v All WORK and no play makes Johnny a dull boy." Between our Oblates and the Falhers Association, Johnny can't be- come a dull boy. The dances that are given al our school are the "most." And they are always packed to the doors. At this dance, there were two thousand. In fact, this dance was so crowded that Father Hermley's decoration comm'ftee was going to open the weight lifling room but there wasn't enough paper lo decorate it. its lkj 1 S gg 2 as 3 Hi? . . ,, :.6,. W , 58 A i 'T J " 3 Q L ROBERT F. WEIKEL 1059 Whittier Ave. St. Charles ' vfA,. figs' Sfggiimififg . "ilffi72Q5f f1s1Q?5?5 -flag. me ff , .,,. Wm, Q Mei, VINCENT J. WEINER 8705 Hickory St. St. Dominic RICHARD F. WEISE 4051 Teesdale St. St. Bernard A " "' A ' 'iw' 1 ff-isfgiisf V' NIS." 'QT I 'i?2i?V. ekmsbwezii if ff- 'lwgfsif-, giifigieiziii :- z 1 ,. Jfiiii,-l':fV,1f 47 fn 'FSIPEQQ V1 7.1135 3: 537325225 1'iij?i9i9' FVLVV .f iigiif -:wz13.2f"f" , img 155 - ,gy JOSEPH H. WELLENDORF 1321 Brighton St. Resurrection . " I 'Y RICHARD T. WHITE 5928 Frontenac St. St. Marlin of Tours ight with P.T.A AT THE ASSEMBLY before the individual parent-teacher meetings, Father O'Con- nell greets the parents and students. He informs them of the purpose of the meet- ing and directs them to the rooms where they can find the various teachers, THE VARIOUS CLASSROOMS teachers discuss and explain the stu- dents' marks to their parents. Mr. Quin- lisk discusses marks with the mother of one of his bookkeeping students. Mr. Keashon is consulting his rollbook to explain this .lunior's Physics marks to his mother. Although only those students who failed are required to attend this meeting, all interested parents also at- tend. Father Mario Bugliosi is talking with the mother of one of his Latin stu- dents. These meetings between parents and teachers give the parents a better understanding of the teacher and his marks. I ik , ,1- D PAUL c. WICHTERMAN 3423 Oukmonf Sl. Sl. Mallhew ROBERT V. WILDER 5833 Sylvester SL Sl. Marlin of Tours C B' C, X A EVAN C. WILFONG 9234 Outlook Ave. Sf. Bernard E . 1 JOHN S. WILGA 4505 Salmon Sl. Sf. John Canlius C' iv E-5 sb. X FRANCIS S. WILSON 6223 Collage Sl. Sl. Bartholomew ji : A I 1,- -L JOHN E. WILSON 2846 Nautilus Rd. St. Christopher I , My "-is.. L DANIEL J. WILUSZ 6658 Tulip St. St. Leo oe -uve Q4l f EUGENE A. WINSKI 2720 Orthodox St. St. John Cantius in PHILIP G. WISNIEWSKI 45I9 Cottman Ave. St. Bernard vs Cu- sv WILLIAM H. WITTMAN 34l5 Meridian St. St. Dominic Wgsx 9' 0 AMONG THE GUESTS who were presented were Father Buckley, the Provincial of our Oblate Fathers, and John Facenda, the noted television newscaster. There were many friendly speeches with occasional iokes that made for a delightful morning. What greater thrill is there that receiving Holy Communion with our dads! Father O'ConnelI was gratified at the number who recefved Communion and acclaimed this affair the most successful Father and Son Communion Breakfast ever. Q1 Cr Father and Son A rw.. .. ff.. EN lx: I . THEODOR S. WOJNAROWICZ 5022 Tulip Sl. SO. John Canlius I . 'Y' ' , HARRY W. WOOLSTON 2909 Dissfon Sl. Sl. Matthew iv ar- 'ln' JOHN J. WORON 3208 Glenview Sl. Sf. Mallhew "s 1 , ANTHONY W. WROBEL 4708 Almond Sl, SY. John Canfius GN 1: fb, WILLIAM G. YATES 3403 Meridian Sv. Sl. Dominic gill. W 3 DAVID H. YOUNG 926 Fillmor St, St. Martin at Tours 7 1 'G X M HENRY A. YOUNG 3017 Hellerman St. St, Timothy 3' i , 1 it U A ,iff ' Joszrn iz. YozALuNAs 5454 Tacony St. St. Bartholomew .V 1.. .ivvvpa - L my A MARTIN F. ZABIELSKI 2000 Bridge St. St. Bartholomew Ns. W' THEODORE R. ZAJAC 3701 Hickory Lane Our Lady ot Grace ABOVE ARE THE OFFICERS of the Father Judge Fathers' Association, They are: Frank Krebs, Secretaryp Jim Cliggett, Presidentp Father O'Cannell, Ed Schoenherr, Vice-Presidentg William Wixted, Treasurer. DANCES and many other social events are among the activities of our Father's Association. Activities for adults only such as the Penny Auctions, and the Parents' Dance are all pro- moted by the Father's Association. The regular meetings provide for the making of many friendships and the renewal of many old ones. Qi, 4',5f"" lr! 56 .7 ,,, Q fs -4 A We A STANLEY L. ZAKRZEWSKI 4421 Garden Sl. Sl. John Coniius ,.,. if, itz' - ANTHONY J. ZANIN 1609 E. Chelienham Ave. Sr. Martin ol Tours Q1 RICHARD J. ZARZYCKI 6333 Revere Sl. Sf. Timolhy 1 4? L 'Q STEPHEN J. IAWOYSKI 7173 Cottage Sl. Sl. Bernard Morlm Zobuelslu Lawrence Fitzgerald John P1-dino ,. . Y . xl lf? Q hz is .lamps Ambmsius I Joseph McNelis John Mueller Richard Roth Hurry Mohan Frederick Heyes Thomas Dolan Today, our beloved country is being challenged by the greatest adversary in its history. Under diabolical leaders, Rus- sia is striving to supersede America in culture and science, thus destroying us. However, she shall never surpass us as long as we have youth such as these. These Crusaders, who have main- tained a ninty-five average or better, are Father Judge's contri- bution to the numerous intellectual fields which help keep our nation as the greatest power in the world. Because of the many sacrifices in time and in social entertainment that you have made, we salute you, the hope of tomorrow. Our Honor Men Robert .4 1.- 3 l Cynl Nanzely ? erence Corcoran s.O"T, f .em 'E 1... l JOSEPH KELLY Joseph Kelly is lhe pride of Senior Seven. Here we see him on lhe happy occasion when he received the Morkward award for being "Player of the Week" in basketball. He had 31 points againsl Sl. Joe's this week to set a new school record. Personality plus, Joe fypilies the fighling Crusader on ihe courl. His allable manner off lhe courl has won him counlless friends. Keep winning, Joe! Men of the Year MARTIN ZABIELSKI The name Zablelskl has appeared on our honor roll twenty elght tlmes sixteen of these are Martm s Following Ih his brother Steve s footsteps Martln IS our number one scholar A product of St John Cantlus parrsh Martys avocatron IS marchlng bonds Sclentlst mathematrclan and Irngulst Zab by wrll continue hrs studles at M l T Make us even prouder of you Martm an the years ahead' MICHAEL CARROLL And by no means least Michael Carroll Although he was not the Hrst In his class Mrke was a consrstent Honor Roll He kepr the spmt of the class of 60 ahve by has He was editor of the Crusader He wrote most of thus 60 Quest which deserves the Medal we hope It wlll Mrs Carroll we know you are proud of hum S are we Keep wrltlng Mlke' Hoppmess to you rn your student wntmg YBCBIVE future Irie' -1. , , , ' .i-is! ' ' 1 y I y . 1 ' T I - I music. For four years he has performed with the concert and , . . . . . . . ,, I - I 1 , ., .... I I - I , V vw, , . , V I ' ' ' it It . , . . . l - - I ' . o X Q Y l l Q 1 4 1, 1 wa, X as .N ff' To 2 ffm .. .3 il l . XX X r- ...,....., -if f ,f 'ea if 1 I U fx Q i 17. F, 2 .151 ,v E Baccalaureate Mass OUR LAST MASS TOGETHER was a solemn occasion. As we walked to Mass side by side, each having his own thoughts, we remembered all that our class had done. This was our Baccalaureate Mass. We experienced a feeling of nostalgia, for here we received Our Lord in the Eucharist together as a group of Catholic gentlemen. As we walked away many thought truthfully, "This is our finest hour." Y l . X Y r NM., Hills, f T uf'-1' rfv X N' fs-"'-e-:'fl?1e-X 0 M f f f ':. 5 'nm 1' Lat' , ' I., " if 5 1 X f-gf A X--J: , . 5 Q -'hx J' I X . . -V! ,tx Graduation THE CLIMAX of our four years of "hard work" and study came at our graduation at St. Joseph's field house. While our proud families and friends looked on, awards were presented to beaming recipients. Wherever our paths may lead, we shall always be united by the everlasting bond of our educa- tion by our incomparable Oblate teachers and our timeless mottog "Non Excidet"-we shall not falter. li l-. I 1: ,V "We shall not falter" V 25 The President of the Senior Class, Anthony Sabatino, be- knights the Class of '61, represented by Joe Gallen, George Sutor and Bob Schwartz. Bu-4 We wlsh to extend our fondest gratntude to those whose and helped ln the production of this annual Speclal thanks to the Boosters and Patrons followlng God Bless them' PATRONS Mackey 8 Flynn Insurance 1562 Penna Suburban Sta Bldg James J Gunn 1825 Watson Rd Abmgton P Mr 8 Mrs Roy E Kurtz 2334 Fuller St Ryan Langel Cab 143 Bustleton Ave James Vrsco Sewer Contractor 9623 Dungan Rd Phlla Pa Murphy Marauders Semor 1 Freshman 9 Powell Drugs Frlendshlp 8 Bustleton Ave Phlla Fluehr Suter 8 Klock Real Estate and Insurance Phila Transportatron Co 200 W Wyoming Ave Semor 1 Vurnelson s Bakery Inc Intramural Football Champs Semor 1 John Kerr 6805 Roosevelt Blvd Cross Bros 3600 W Front St Brown s Dell 3151 Cottman St Mayfarr Fuel Oll Co 6618 Torresdale Ave Semor 10 J J Ryan Realtor 524 2nd St Southampton Pats Tomato Pres 6615 Martin s Mull Rd Freshman 13 John Kung Transportation Co 1336 N Mascher St Phlla 22 Pa Mayfair Dlner 8 Dlmng Room 7353 Frankford Ave Stopyra Bros Atlantic Servlce Burholme Motors Inc Dodge Dart Dodge Trucks Real Rank and Fnle of Teamsters Local 107 Dan Louderback Movrng Storage Packing Bartley A Zanel 2104 Vlsta St Joseph F Slabmskn Jr A 8 B Cold Cuts Oakland and Cheltenham Ave Ideal Flonst 2645 Orthodox St Mr 8 Mrs Yanavage 6224 Charles St Mr 8 Mrs R Glbson Mr 8 Mrs Andrew Wedmeyer 3041 Rawle St Joe s Self Servlce Market 4345 Chrppendale St Mr 8Mrs Crlspm Pellegrmo Feastervrlle Pa Rerckl s Meats 7366 Frankford Ave Imperial Tool 8 Dle Co 1198 Adams Ave Chrls Glgllottl 8 Son Builders Sllver Star Ravlolr Cavatellr 8 Manlcottr Mr 8 Mrs Edward Reynolds 6606 Glllesple St Mr 8 Mrs Joseph Glbbs 7017 Erdrrck Dr 8 Mrs Wllllam F Delaney Dnamond Meat Co 2066 E Tioga St Gene the Tallor 5264 Sylvester St Mr 8 Mrs Stephen Zablelskl Mr Cornellus Qurnn J Mrs Cornelius Qumn Dr 8 Mrs Phllllp Dattalo 4206 Longshore St The Fullertons 1206 Alcott St Anthony S Florkowskl 1970 Devereaux Ave McKeaney Brothers Greater Northeast Beauty Academy 7360 Castor Ave Mr Joseph Menslck Stelney s Bar 4744 Richmond St Francis R Foley Funeral Home 1132 Cottman St Baumfolders Inc 1540 Wood St Dr 8 Mrs Charles Borkowskl Mrchael R Gallo Funeral Parlor 3579 Emerald St Danlel J Bevans Plumbing and Heating Victor Benvenuto Plano Tunmg 619 Glen Echo Rd Ted Musick Home Repairs 7410 Brous Ave Mr 8 Mrs Michael Ardron 3102 Unruh Ave . . 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' -1 - , . . . o ' I 0 . . 0 ' I u 1 0 a ' ' I fr B Burkhordt Mr 8- Mrs RomanJ Bednarek Joseph Pasternak Mrs John Dully Wesley Cam Mrllers Store Pat Presto Rubrno s Pharmacy Mr Thomas J Hannrgan Bootse Franco Schwartz Mr 8. Mrs Frsher Mr Harry Franco Mrs Harry Franco John Sadllk Jrmmy Sadlrk Mrs E Dean e Coachmen Mrs Lrdra Henrrques yrs Plare Gagolewskr Gaggewskr Walter Marge Elrason Dot Carr Rosemarre Brett Mr 8- Mrs W Yonke Dante Corrado Owen E Doyle Class of 58 M 8. Mrs Owen P Doyle I 8. Mrs J Nachursk M 8. Mrs James A Donaehy Carmen Rocco Kathryn Hustne John Camrda Pete Bounds The Teachers of Frosh Pat Falco Hughre Blgley Anna Mclauglln Mr Christopher Shlllrng Mr Harry D Sneglied Mr It Mrs Joseph M Boyle Jerrys Barber Shop Petes Cafe Mr 8 Mrs Leon F Selda Mrs Gertrude M Brady Thomas A Brady Jr Mr Thomas A Brady Mrs Kathryn Walker Mr 8. 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Mrs F Russo Mrs Brennan Mrs Mary Fullerton Cornwells Pharmacy Mrs Mary E Byrne John F Shrelds Henry Greenblatt Richard D Roth 60 Jrm McKeaney Sr 'l Catherine M Ruane Charles J Roth Sr A Durso L J Edmunds Catallos Gym Leslie J Robinson Mrs Margaret M Robinson John R Robrnson S 1 Florence Konopka Sabatmos Hoagle Shop Mr F W Reed Mr F W Reed Mrs Mary Corcoran Mr Mlchael Corcoran Edward Flalkowskr S Edward J Fralkowskl Mrs Lawrence Fitzgerald Lawrence B Frtzgerald 207 Emma Morrrs Bob 8 Ann Mr B Mrs C DeCray Wrllram D Arcy Mr 8 Mrs Anthony J Pedrtto Dr 8- Mrs Joseph J Pedrtto John Joseph Pedrtto Patnck J O Connor Mr B Mrs Martln J O Connor Rrchard F Keevey Northeast Menders Mrs Mary Rreck Herman Roslca 60 Herman Roslca Steve 8- Marty Mr 8- Mrs George Crolsemrre Mr 8. Mrs Albert Magrlton Catherrne Melnyk Mr 8 Mrs Joseph Donovan Mr 8. Mrs A Ambrosrus Mr 8. Mrs Ambroslus Thomas l Dolan Mr 8. Mrs Thomas Dolan Chaz Michael 8. Bryan Roth Mr Frank Rasmus Mrs Mary Plunkett Mr 8- Mrs J Trttermary Mr 8. Mrs Andrew Mueller Mrs Helen Hanzely Mr John Lrtchko Lourse 8. Lourse Bob Mancuso Senior Melnyk 60 Bob Wrlder Greatest Anna May 8- Jerry Crursberg Jack Curlett Davrd Breg Davld Bleg Mary Pat McKeaney John Gercke Mr Frank J Gercke Michael 8- Jerry Ardron Lourse S Baysugrla Charles A Barsuglla Mr 8. Mrs Wrlllam Moody James Medlcr Mary Medlcr Barbara Pease Mr 8.Mrs J Pease Mr Joseph Woods George Bucher Mr 8. Mrs K lochum Franco 8- Nicholas Regent Cleaners and Dyers Mrs Jurec Mr Edward Hurys Mrss Joan Sabatrnr Mary McGrnley Con McGinley Mrs Helen Reynolds Wrlluam Sautter Mrs Mary K Jacobs Helen Jones Mrs Thomas Curran Th . . . ' ' ' Th ' . . M . ' ' Th ' . . . ' . . R . . ' . Y. . . . J . wlr. . . . . ' - r. . . - ' Miss Alice McGrath Mr. 8. Mrs. R. J. Shevlin Janie 3- Bob . . .I 13 . ' . ' , r. U . .I L . . Edward Maloney 8. Mrs Joseph Kleln 8- Mrs Thomas Foley John Ernst Dennrs Neamand Joseph E Scott Jackre 8. 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