Father Lopez High School - Veritas Yearbook (Daytona Beach, FL)

 - Class of 1966

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T v 3- AFD? 1 I .v -M. .- ' A Y ' I I A P . , X I A' . - L ' 31 .. , fs Q - .Mba 5 uf' , s N Q Y . . Q 1-,- .lf- In-3-4 H ff :sux-K' gg-I I ,V " I .I 'X Q m -.- "'50hnq,,,, 'Q-.M " v fp F , . .ll .W .M gnu!-L 'fww ' ' 4 if -, 1- ii: I flip- F- ' l ' V 'Il' gy, , ' L 1. h ,315 - ",'u,f.i.ed,!, 1:.,::,r. - . w,-Q f-4::.,- nn.:-"'g4.-. " ' - ka'-11,2 ::: r : V 4' ' f H ,,-fs,.-'f-.:, ,. . f ,v..T'-:'2.wsh WfeQ1,i 5 , ,W . ,y . 3 1 .ut-v-Q ,X I , 'w -W 'J 6 Y ,,,,.,,,.,.....-.-it S ...Q- , Q ,,....,..,....--.vt-H f FATHER LOPEZ HIGH SCHOOL WE OF FATHER LOPEZ SEEK PERFEOTION WE SEEK IT IN OUR DAILY n S 1 ACADEMIC PEFORMANCE I QPF f F vi ,fx X I 5 X QQ, QM? sfif ,.. 'K 31 , ,, 5 i YY v 1 X WE SEEK IT IN OUR FACULTY ASSOCIATIONS WE SEEK IT IN OUR QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE 5 rg Y 5 ' . r 6 A 1 . 1 . f. , 3 ' ,, 'YQ 12. 2. 7.1" 1 1 - 'Hn , 5 ,z , X 1 . Q ' 1 , X WE SEEK IT IN TEAM EFFORT AND GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP ""8a.-.T WE SEEK IT IN OUR FRIENDSHIPS AND JOYS iwpkp r ..,rg 'A fr 1' 'N ,4 I, if' 1 1 f fps. I- ,, .g ' 1 I J, 1 X I 1 , F ,.,., A :'Wff-- x 'I N I v 1 mm H f 1 x ,.,xt r Nw-fa'-ww'-v FOR GOD IS PERFECTION .f ii v QU CHRISTIAN EDUCATION OF YOUTH His Grace Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Archbishop of the Diocese of St. Augustine GOAL OF SPIRITUAL LEADERS Rt. Rev. William Mullally P.A. Pastor of St. PauI's Church Daytona Beach Reverend Neil Sager Pastor of St. Brendan's Church Ormond Beach tilt Reverend Francis Donlon CSsr Pastor of Sacred Heart Church New Smyrna Beach Reverend David Page Pastor of Epiphany Church Port Orange I9 DE DICATION The Class of 1966 graduates under a new school president, Father John Caulfield, who has taught and guided us as a teacher and now has the responsibility of the leadership of the entire student body In recognition of his contributions to the most important years of our lives, we, the seniors, ded- icate the 1966 VERITAS to Father Caulfield. Our sincerest wish is that we will always be true to the ideals Father set for us. 20 Reverend John Caulfield President sl? . : Q 5 X5-1.2 PRESIDE 55. KSN- +1 .. Q S x f 4 M APPRECIATION Very Reverend Monsignor lrvine Nugent "Father Nugent is here!" How those words used to quicken the spirits of Lopez students as they strained to catch a glimpse of that merry twinkling smile and warm friendly face. For his presence made an occasion extra special, and his guidance made this school extra special. The seniors extend to Monsignor Nugent their sincerest appreciation of his past work as school president, and tell him that, as Plato mused, his memory is "graven not so much in stone,as in the hearts of men." Our hearts are so engraved. Thank you, Monsignor. 22 Sister M. Bernardita, O.P. Principal OUR PRINCIPAL Throughout our four years at Father lopez, Sister Bernardita has labored endlessly on our behalf. lt is only now, as we graduate, that we realize the effort she has put forth and the goals she has accomplished. Sister's eagerness to understand and to assist are best exemplified in her kind and helpful ways which she extends to all students. Thank you, Sister, for your patience, your guidance, and, most of all, your interest. 23 L RRICUL RELIGION! CONFRONTATION WITH CHRIST Father Desmond Finn Religion L K , ..,. .., y me W 'E si 'A Sophomore girls listen to instruction 26 Father Bernard Caverly Religion The Aggiornamento of Pope John has made its way into the religion classes. Here the latest thinking of the Council Fathers is explained and discussed as well as recent publications on the different schemas. The analysis of the Constitution on the Church throws a new light upon the Church as the assem- bly of God's chosen people. All of this forms part of the instruction offered at Father Lopez. Weekly Mass and the opportunity for the reception of Holy Communion is given students to help them live out their faith. Mr. Richard Coley Social Studies Miss Sally Wilson Social Studies INTERNATIONAL PROBLEMS The world today with its many foreign and domestic problems demands that students through their Social Studies be taught to think in terms of the democratic ideals and principles of freedom which are their American heritage so that they will be ready to defend and strengthen their democracy against the dangers that threaten it. These are the goals set for the study of American History and P.A.D. World History gives DISCUSSED students a broadened background and appreciation of our American way of life. Finally, World Geography opens new horizons and presents a deeper under- standing of peoples living on foreign shores. The World History Class holds debate sessionl Michael McCormick, Virginia Stelling, John Hoffman examine historical document. Mrs. Margaret Mertz Latin LANGUAGE ARTS . . fC f I ,-1 Mrs. Roisa Leorza Spanish language study breaks barriers and gives students a broadened view in thinking and iudging other peoples. Latin, French, and Spanish are the language offerings at Father Lopez. Mrs. Mertz checks Elizabeth Stevenson and Dennis Doordan's latin translations. 28 "Toca .luon en lo bando o an la orquesto?" Mrs. Leona asks Karan Kutaif. J.-Swamp.. ,, 4 s L "Vous etos fain?" inquires Sr. Alphonsus. ,COMMUNICATION SKILLS . . . Sr. M. Alphonsus, O.P. English-French LITERARY TRADITIONS The literature program is designed to supply students with material for a wide-ranging study of styles, periods, ideas, and cultures. Knowledge and application of the rules of grammar and spelling receive special emphasis along with vocabulary de- velopment. Journalism' made its debut in the English Department this year with the hope that this course would help to improve language skills and the level of student composition. Mrs. Peggy Perrin English-Journalism Sr. Miriam Catherine, O.P. English-Library Maureen Keigher checks sources for her term paper. Contemporary writers interest James Goodin, and Joseph Maenza to the delight of Sr. Miriam Catherine. Sister M. Paula, O.P. Sister M. Raymond, O.P. Science SCIENCES STUDY OF PHENOMENA OBSERVED General Science and Physical Science present the basic science necessary for an informed appreciation of the problems presented by current scientific investigations. In the study of biology students are led to discover the principles illustrated by each group of living things. Chemistry and Physics complete the science sequence and equip students with the scientific facts needed to meet the challenges of this space age. XJ Physical Science students set up experiment Specimens are intriguing to Donna Peacock, Marietta Murphy, Gerry Beer, James Schwarz, Frank Nelson 30 MATHEMATICS! QUEEN AND SERVANT CF THE SCIENCES 1 l V Gay Price and Solid Geometry. Robert Conley meet the challenge of Plane Gi Sister M. Norbert, O.P. Math To meet the varying mathematical abilities of students three levels of Algebra I, and two levels of Algebra ll form part of the math program. A course in plane geometry and another in plane and solid geometry answer the differing needs. Finally those students who wish to pursue higher forms of math find their challenge in the advanced mathematics course. lvuilmcl Q3 6 my s eise isa-44 A ri- U it has iurillan. the , so lllsi QQ 5 I J i f f '- , If -an , s '- Advanced Math students Gary Beclc, David Haskin, and Phil LaBrecque study math charts. 31 Business Math students work at the board under the watchful eye of Mr. Stofo. "Vib- Mr. John Stofa Business-Physical Education BASICS GF BUSINESS EDUCATION Basic business skills are pre- sented to students who wish an introduction to the business field. The business courses vary according to the present need. They may include business math, consumer economics, typing, and stenography. Typing students take speed test. 32 Ill S Q, A 652,825 m. 4 , R 1 A 'XM in A va i in ,f M Ml H 'H x 3 Nw ':k3"- W ,VMWMW A ' :Eg .131 ki I 5 N4 K f if A' Q S-ls' 'S ig 5" " Lg S X da fi g is ii "Vs" ' . - L - -- '. 1.1 wgfgifxg QW- -Q, -Qsi - A L 21 I CULINARY ARTS OFFER SKILLS FOR BETTER LIVING Don't burn yourselves, girlsl 4""Nf 'L ' Mrs. Phyllis Clark Home Economics Home cooking, a definite asset in family I life, is taught the ninth grade girls along with another necessary art, that is, sewing. Both of these skills, if mastered, will benefit students greatly when they become home- makers. Freshmen girls learn the intricacies of the sewing machine. I SERVICES SECRETARIAL EFFICIENCY Mary Hoffman Secretary Ruby Benton Dieticion MAINTENANCE BALANCE D DIET Alex Berry Maintenance 35 .f Q, A -1- C1-291 3gi4V5::k7Qiji H1 fa? x Wi? , ' :mv . JK aggvzai, in Si g, .x N AVE . B M Q ' if FET- Yfa - F. , W W -wk "M" za - 2 f vfwvm-Lf Alf: -ep:.:!f-s:..:.se-- U - -my-T. gf, gg. -wzwwe. ge ., ...L-,gig--,,, . , 392155, Z . ' ' J -' 52- Qt 'a QE ii M I 5-4?EigkfUfa 4 f fi iifiiwiffi -Z. V 5 H+ P , ,., :I ,M ---. 1 V 111-,gg I E , , " -fx: A .2l'2 F::2 ., ,. W 1 " M- H hs. 3. 5 '53, L ' '- iS'f":a- L, 2 2 Q M LLLL 1 X ,. L fig Sf?-ai'1,gif 3 - J- Sihnf' A P31-wwf ,, Qii :W ' 'f " , kg. ff gf 562 5- gk x '17 rf -Q.. ,mesa X S1 2. - 'Y ,ff -V: 1-QQ' -5- Az, i I V SENIORS UNDAALBUBY BE STRGNG TO HOPE "Effort always created ability . "Lin" . . . enthusiastic . . . a doer . . . books get top billing . . . Glee Club l,2,37 GAA 1,2i Annual Staff 47 Latin Award 1,2,3f Sodality 'l,2,3,4: Pep Club 'l,2,3,47 Knickerbockers 47 Fine Arts Club 47 Honor Society 'l,2,31 Sodality Vice Prefect 2. LORRAINE BOUSQUET "Jolly and gay throughout each day7 Her smile always showing to light her way." "Biskit" . . . typing whiz . . . New Smyrna traitor . . . out-going . . . Sodality, l,2,3,47 Pep Club 1,2,3,4f Class Vice-President 27 Student Council 47 YCS 47 Glee Club 1,27 GA.A. 17 Annual Staff 47 Latin Award 'l. 38 PETER BEAUPRE "Blessings on thee, little man7 Barefoot boy with cheeks of tan." "Beaup" . . . "witty" . . . suffers from surfitis . . . mischievous . . . Football 1,27 Baseball l,3,47 Science Club 2,3,47 Spanish Club 37 Glee Club 'I7 Class reporter I. ' LOIS BERARDI "lt pays fo be good7 I tried it once!" Lois . . . greets life with a laugh . . . loquaci ous . . . fun-loving . . . Pep Club l,2,3,47 Sod ality 'l,2,3,47 Glee Club 1,27 Class Presi dent 'I7 Latin Award 27 Fine Arts Club 47 Cheerleader 47 Annual Staff 4. Pete knows how to charm theml HEAfm5,TiOF MINE! ROSEMARY BONIN "The secret of happiness is not in doing what we like, but in liking .what we have to do." "Rosie" . . . loves that math . . . "Parlez vous francais?" . . . diligent . . . Honor Society l,2, 3,47 Sodality l,2,3,47 Knickerbockers 47 Pep Club 'l,2,3,47 Glee Club 1,2,37 Debating Club 2,37 Latin Club 2,3,4. LOOK NOT THOMAS BRESLIN GARY BECK "Open-minded, frank and fair, He's a guy without a care." "G.A.B .... contagious humor . . . great actor . . . future head shrinker . . . Drama Club 3,45 Track 4, Annual Staff 4, Kniclcerbockers 4, Fine Arts Club 4. 40 "l count it a sin, if not a crime, To sit home and study all the time!" "Tommy" . . . Duh! . . . Expert surfer . . . . alibi artist . . . likeable . . . Science Club 3, Football 2,4, Class Treasurer 'lp Mechanical Drawing 3. "On to the Surf," shouts the two Garys, Tom, Sammy, and Bill. ON LIFE'S DARK SIDE l SAMUEL BROLA WILLIAM BROUGHTON "Trouble never troubles him." "An athlete and friend, Who'll be true till the "Sammy" . . . nice to know . . . science lover end," . . . "Nada te Turbo" . . . Spanish Club 1,2.3: "BiIl" . . . big athlete . . . watch that figure Mechanical Drawing 37 . . likes people . . . Football 3,47 Baseball 2,3,47 Spanish Club 37 Student Council 4. 7 , a W C GARY BROWN "Athletic and cute, witty and smartg Watch out, girls, he'll steal your heart." "George" . . . good natured . . . outdoor man . . . muscle bound . . . Football 1,2,4f Basket- ball 'I7 Baseball 'l,2,3,4, Captain 47 Class Secretary 2.4. , 41 THOMAS CAREY "Success lies not in achieving what you aim at, but in aiming at what you ought to achieve and pressing forward." "'I'im" . . . ladies' man . . . math enthusiast . . . Class treasurer 'I7 Class vice-president 27 Student Government Representative 27 Base- ball 3,47 Football 27 Science Club 37 Drama Club 27 Fine Arts Club 47 Knickerbockers 47 Honor Society 'I,2,3,4. 42 FOR JUST BEYOND A ELIZABETH CHIODO "Politeness is to do and say The kindest thing in the kindest way." "Bette" . . . with a song in her heart . . . future R.N .... tireless . . . Sodality 'l,2,3,4, H Prefect 47 Glee Club 1,27 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 GAA 17 Fine Arts Club 47 Student Council 1,27 Sacristan 2,37 Annual Staff 47 Honor Society 1,2,3 NW JAMES DeBENEDlCTIS "His friendly grin is sure to win." "Benny" . . . quipster . . . well-mannered . . . nonchalant . . . Baseball 'l,3,47 Mechanical Drawing 3. GLOOMY HOURS DEVIKA CROWELL "A feminine woman never goes out of style." "Vika" . . . reserved . . . talented writer . . . naturally nice . . . Pep Club 2,3,47 Sodality 2,3,47 GAA 2,3,47 Fine Arts Club 47 Class reporter 47 Latin Club 2,37 Honors 37 latin Award 2,3. JOHN COLLIER "Big man on campus, big man in our heart A friend and leader who always does his part." "Big John" . . . S.G.A. forever . . . type away . . . never idle . . . Football 1,27 Baseball 17 Junior Class President 37 Science Club 37 Student Council President 47 Annual Staff 4. 43 1 -' 1'3- U! x I dj A Y J r 'il l W V 1' N MTH li, , x J A" G71 ,inf if PATRICIA FAGAN "A gal with personality - She sure is tops with all of us " "Pat" . . . love those boots . . . quick witted . . . upcoming pedagogue . . . Pep Club l,2, 3,4g Glee Club 1,27 Sodality 'l,2,3,4, Sec- Treas. 4, Class Vice-President 3, Fine Arts Club 4, Latin Award 2, Honor Society 'l,2, 3,45 Annual Staff 4, GAA 1, Jr. Chamber of Commerce Award 3. STUART FAGAN "Athletic, popular, loyal, and kind, Another just like him you'll never find." "Stu" . . . unruftled . . . a senior favorite . . . Lopez enthusiast . . . Student Council 3, Class President l,2,4, Baseball 'lp Basketball l,3,4p Football l,2,3,4p Science Club 3. RICH w' 'f KL u A X.. A- ' wif .qi- L su N X L Q 7' , X WV V xi RADIANT DAYS STEVEN FAVIS "A mighty nice guy is he - Filled with am- bition and ability." "Steve" . . . honorary member of M.O.M. . . . never without his hat . . . "Curses" . . . Basket- ball PAULA FOX "Fair and sweet, gracious to greet, and charm- ing to meet" ' "Foxie" . . . neat, petite, sweet . . . happy disposition . . . responsible . . . Sodality 'l,2,3,4g Pep Club 'l,2,3,4, Glee Club 1,27 GAA ly Annual Staff 4, Class Vice-President 'l. ABIDE GREGORY GARGUILO DANIEL GARSTER "Who says all great men are six feet tall?" "Two qualities he combines: Humor and good "Gila" . . . chummy . . . cheerful and courteous looks - For which every guy pines." . . . small in stature, big of heart . . . Football "Dan" . . . noisy . . . compatible . . . ready to 35 Basketball 25 Science Club 37 Glee Club lp do his share . . . .l.V. Football 25 Track4g Annual Staff 4. Mechanical Drawing 3. Steve demonstrates karate tactics to Pat and Paula while Stuart, Greg, and Dan watch iealously. 45 OPE, JOSEPH GIONFRIDDO "No matter where this body is-The mind is free to go elsewhere " "Frida" . . . watch that waistline . . . "me and my Cheve" . . . clownish. . . LIKE SUMMER'S PATRICK HANNER "An occasional pun makes the classroom more fun " " "Pat" . . . overt . . . all the world's stage . . . loves to drag . . . SGA 47 J.V. Football 3. Better watch that figure, Fridol l l l l I l l DAVID HASKIN "No sinner, yet no saint perhaps- But well, RAINBOW BRIGHT the very best of chaps" 1 I ""' l "Dave" . . . anything you can do I can do ' M better . . . conversable . . . a true athlete . . . V Football l,2,3,4, Science Club 1,25 Honors 3. dm 3553 l QW? tmwgfbjw N f 1 MAUREEN KEIGHER "Lite without fun is no lite at all." "Maureen" . . . loves fun and people . . . blush- ing "brain" . . . mathematical mind . . . Sodality 2,3,4p Glee Club 27 Pep Club 2,3,4p Class Treasurer 37 Latin Award 23 Fine Arts Club 47 Honor Society 2,3,4, Annual Staff 4, Cheer- leader 4. BARBARA .IABALY "She is what she is, what better report: Student, friend, and a real good sport!" "B.J." . . . "you with the eyes" . . . vivacious and versatile . . . A's are easy . . . Glee Club 'l,2,3,-1, Sodality 'l,2,3,4p Pep Club 'l,2,3,47 GAA 'l,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Pelican Stott 3, Annual Staff 4, Knickerbockers 4, Drama Club 2,3,4, Fine Arts Club 4, Latin Award 2,35 Student Council 45 Honor Society 'I,2,3,4. JAMES HOEFLING JAMES JENNlNG5 "Ready for fun, ready for playf All through "Wise and witty, sometimes shy- Full of fun, School hefs been 'haf way 1' U F601 cool 9UY" "Jimmy" . . . macle scientist . . . "l shall thrash "Jim" . . . cool and collected . . . expert car- you 'huslyyf u l l formally funny l , , Science toonist . . . Embry-Riddle, beware . . . Foot- Club 2,37 D,-uma 21314, Spanish Club 2, ball 42 basketball 41 Baseball 4. Mechanical Drawing 3, SC-WTTER THY hi . Mn? 'QT 'll 1 I, I I DAVID JANECZKO "He has achieved success who has lived well, Laughed often, and loved much." "Nicko" . . . amiable . . . never without an excuse . . . sports car bug . . . Football 'l,3,4p 48 Baseball 'l,4p Class9Treasurer 47 Track 4. ,si 'l A ,. -- 1 I, ,,.,!,,, Boys tall: over upcoming game. MICHAEL KEMMER "Muscles, personality, and good looksf" l1e's the kind from story books." "Mike" . . . shy guy . . . star on the field . . . will succeed. . . Football 'l,2,3,4, Captain 45 Science Club 35 Class vice-president 3. FALLING TEARS All. 0 Qld' .J qvjl OX 4. ,. . .ruff 34. ROGER KELLY "I would rather be a poor man in a garret with plenty of books, than a king who did not like to read." "Emmett" . . . born writer . . . avid reader . . . funny in a subtle way. . . F I AND LET GOD'S SPECIAL PRGMISES "Thut's right, girls, pick up the tire and put it qyer there and then . u .. NOM' A f, X' . xXf 1 ,, 1' N Q x , , t -, K x ' V , Yi 1 RL XJ l ,A XX Tier' . -'X X' l R5-XFX . '- '- 5 ,S :XJR ,, r' X5 yj F, 'lj N X' 5 I X' Xxxy., N xx . X N Q' - -' N5 Nb,-"W X OJ' Xxfx f" S ' x 751: r e 'lx L 1 S xii-l X , gsm xydx gl NWT .X ' 5'-JK' xl wx ' N-' Q Y .wc FFL 5.63 pw , C XX , f1w'if?, Qi i if S W R Q32 Li 2. Wk X, ,N Wx Aelm' -i ,JHJM .yes ffm- fx kj Uh l x All LUUM Q' X - - 1 ' . e 3NqLN,3X. -i X35 X Ou or it ,XJ -QNX X ,Q-Nl' ' 'XXJ xcnxxfyixl' ' L ,ke JPNSL r WN55"". f it A X? pew w wif-C5733 60? NL . C5911 O9 Q X l - AE .4 +C . ,AMNXS ' i U Y .i,Mx.,' , mm W -. .53 XFMKAREN KITAIFJX f , GN F' wNA'Q"-Ppetty to walk with, witty to talk wit End-fjwzf-lx Vg F' Pi" i f pleasant to think on, too!" .CL gigff' "Bunny" . . . true Georgia peach . . . really lx V Club l,2,3,4p Sodality l,2,3,4g Latin Award cracks those books . . . history lover . . . Pep A .Q-K' YN " 1,25 Junior Chamber of Commerce Award 35 ,, Cheerleader 4: Glee Club 1,27 Fine Arts Club l"ffI'. Q, If M 111-rl 47 Honor Society 1,2,3,4g Pelican Editor -45 News Q i 4,x,N,i-A ,K A 3 1, xg-3' -Journal Reporter 45 Knickerbocker 4. I -,tb .vi - . X . , t rl so gli-,exe V BARBARA KOZAK "Fortune gave this lady fair-Beauty and charm beyond compare." "Barb" . . . effervescent . . . natural ability . . . future Florence Nightingale . . . Fine Arts Club 4g Pep Club 'l,2,3,4g Sodality l,2,3,4p Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Homecoming Queen 45 Pelican reporter 'lp Latin Award 1,25 Cheerlead- er 4. PHILIP LQBRECQUE ependable, friendly, full of fun- He's made Cal of everyone." il" . . . ready, willing, and able . . . cool esser . . . faithful to the end . . . Class esident 45 Annual Staff 45 Latin Award lp Eball 25 Honor Society 35 Class Secretary 35 X Arts Club 4. I MARY LEE LANSAW "li's nice io be natural lf you're naturally nice." "Mary Lee" . . . pert newcomer . . . easy to know . . . personable and pleasant . . . Sodality 45 Pep Club 4. MARY LOU LANGER "A lovely smile, shining hair - Always welcome anywhere." "Lou-Lou" . . . ebullient personality . . . over anxious . . . dependable . . . Pep Club l,2,3,45 Sodality l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Student Council 35 Pelican reporter 'I5 Honor Society 'li Fine Arts Club 4. I DAVID LAMMERS "He is quiet, he is shy5 But there's mischief in his eye." "Dave" . . . quiet . . . acute car-itis . . . Winn Dixie's best ad . . . Basketball 1,25 Glee Club 'l,2,3,4. ROSALYN DA LOPEZ "it is better to play than do nothing." "Lynda" . . . Beatle bug . . . one of the "unholy three" . . . famous gigler . . . Pep Club l,2,37 Glee Club l,2,3,4p Sodality l,2,3g G.A.A. 'l,2. 'IJ ,L Ml ' L A ,l 1 l. , . X A V259 it . - -1' f Xp lflhxg P' i Il Q -ly fs' 1: 17-' it I 1 1 1 I L 4 r K MICHAEL MACCARO "A quiet tongue shows a wise head". "Mac" . . . honest and sincere . . . works at those books . . . engineering lies ahead . . . Football 45 Track 47 Honor Society l,2,37 Glee Q Club lp Greek Club 3. JEFFREY LIETZ "Full of fun and laughs and foyp Well, isn't that a typical boy?" "Jeff" . . . easy cloes it . . . talkative . . president of TGIF Club. . . 52 1 l , 1 if Q Sharon entertains. Ya'll loin .1 X . .- J in ALL H I MICHAELMALLORY ,I J Work is work and must be done, But while 7 ,M 7655, 5 gfffifzey DIANE MACH "Her winning smile and long blonde hair Drive all the fellows to despair." "Dee" . . . easy smile . . . academics get priority . . . always willing . . . Pep Club 'I,2, 3,47 Glee Club l,2,3,47 Soclality 1,2,3,47 Stu- l work l have my fun!" "Mike" . . . "Going my way?" . . . surprisingly witty . . . undisturbed . . . Basketball l,2,3,47 Baseball 2,3,47 Track 47 Fine Arts Club 47 Glee Club 'l,2. dent Council 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 37 Drama Club 2,37 Fine Arts Club 47 Cheerleader 47 Class Vice-President 'I7 Honor Society 'l,2,3,47 Pep Club Treasurer I. SHARON MERTHE "Timid ever7 Bold never." "Sherry" . . . creative . . . thoughtful . . . dreams of faraway places . . . Pep Club 1,27 Sodality 1,27 Pelican Staff 3i Glee Club 'l,2, 3,47 Annual Staff 4. 53 MICHAEL McCARTHY "Reading makes a full man, Conversation a ready man, and Writing an exact man." "Mike" . . . deep thinker . . . deceivingly quiet . . . semantic friend . . . Debate Club 2, Drama Club 3,47 Fine Arts Club 4, Knicker- bockers 47 Class Treasurer 2, Annual Staff 4, Honors 3,47 American Legion Oratorical Con- test 3. ROSEANN MENZEL "She has just enough sense and nonsense to make her a charming girl." "Rosie" . . . quiet enthusiast . . . level headed . . . happiness is a compout . . . Glee Club 1,2,3,4p Pep Club 'l,2,3,4p Sodality 1,2,3,4g GAA 1,2,3p Latin Award lp Fine Arts Club 4, American Legion Award 1. 54 TO EVERY GRIEF ANABEL McPlKE "Pep, fun, and jollity- A happy personality." "Annie" . . . animated miss . . . gives of herself .. . friend to all . . . Pep Club 'l,2,3,4, Secre- tary 25 Sodality 1,2,3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4p Fine Arts Club 4g Class Secretary 4, GAA 'Ig Cheerleader 45 Annual Staff 4. If 6 l X JOSEPH MCFALL "Brevity is the soul of wit." "Joe" . . . thoughtful . . . Self-expressing . . well-read. . . - 5 ,ekffi . .fi XG? A LETHE COMES CRISTINA MUIR "A friendly smile she has indeedpwifh it in life she will succeed." "Chris" . . . answers are no problem . . . frank and carefree . . . lady-like . . . Pep Club 'l,2,3,4g Sodlity 'I,2,3,4p Sacristan 2,3,4p GAA 'lp Honors l,2,3p Fine Arts Club 4: Glee Club 'I,2. if ' LINDA foo dark fo be "Petro" . . . ready for fun . for wr7il1 , . . well-liked . . . Sodolity l,2,3,4p Glee clflk V. C rf X 'I,2,3p Pep Club 'l,2,3,4, Advisor 2,37 Pelican N ,P f l Staff 3,45 Reporter 1,25 Annual Staff 45 GAA X, l,2,3, Captain 25 News-Journal Reporter 1, 2,3,4g Cheerleader 4. l Won'9 these colleges be glad to soo us coming??? l - 55 A ,f QQ RICHARD OSKANDY DANIEL NOLAN "Not too sober, not too gay, But a real good "Happy am l, from care l'm free, why aren't guy in every way." they all contented like me?" "Duke" . . . Tom's twin . . . quietly participates "Danny" . . . friendly sort . . . takes life as it . . . get along . . . Glee Club 1,27 Spanish comes . . . eyes on business . . . Football 'l,2, Club 3, Honor Society 'l,2p Football 4. 3,45 Basketball 'l,2, Glee Club 1,2,3,4. W -mfl , Y MICHAEL PRICE MICHAEL PRUGH "Quietness indicates the ability to think." "No great thing was ever done by great "Percy" . . . basketball buff . . . voracious effort, a great thing is only done by a great reader . . . classy T Bird . . . Honors 'Ig man, and he does it without effort " Basketball 4, American Legion Award 1. "Mike" . . . News Journal devotee . . . easy- going . . . warm smile . . . Basketball 2,3,4p Baseball 3,45 Glee Club 'lp Spanish Club 3. 56 RICHARD SCOZZAFAVA "Of courtesy he was the prince, None such as he, before or since." "Scotty" . . . Digs Latin . . . iovial . . . grease monkey . . . Sophomore Class Treasurer 2, Science Club 35 lntramural Baseball 3, Captain 3. .A . A .. I THOMAS WHITE "My theory is to enjoy life-But the practice is against it!" "Tom" . . . a little shy . . . endless effort . . . Ramble-R . . . Glee Club 'I,2, Football 1,2, 3,45 Baseball 'l,2,3,4, Track 4. flllpd FOR EVERY TOIL We leap over the walll My ,.l A REST K . nf' , P J ' ll., ' YvoNNE RoussEAu "A cute redhead, seemingly shy-Til we see the twinkle in her eye!" "Yvonne" . . . curlilocks . . . victim of last minute-itis . . . will manage somehow . . . Glee Club 1,27 Pep Club l,2,3,4p Cheerleader 4g Sodality 'l,2,3,4g Annual Staff 4. l ,1- fml-llllfk lb Ck 'f t X -x , A V 'N w NJ'-all 'll . l . lg Lei QA. QQVL, P C ww-reall 'Xi ll V . l 1 .VK , ' CHARLES RUSE "He is a happy athletic boy-To play football is his greatest joy." "Charlie" . . . football's BIGGEST enthusiast . . . happy-go-lucky math minded Foot- ball 2,3,4p Class Treasurer 35 Class Vice- President 45 Track 4g Baseball 27 Mechanical Drawing 3. - A X C PHYLANN SCHERSCHEL "Sweet and kind, Good and true, Smart, sincere, and friendly, too." "Willie" . . . merry medium . . . Michelangelo Jr. . . . puts pazazz in her studies . . . Pep Club 'l,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Fine Arts Club 4, Knickerbockers 4, Drama Club 2,3,4, GAA 'lp Annual Staff 4, Pelican Art Editor 35 Latin Award 1,25 Glee Club 'l,2,3, Sodality 1,2,3,4g Honor Society 'l,2,3p Florida Catholic Reporter 4. STEVEN ROSSELOT "Nice, loyal, honest, and true, The world has need of men like you." "Steve" . . . friendly disposition . . . soft spoken . . . enioys sports . . . Science Club 2,35 Basketball 2,3,4g Football 4. STEPHEN RYAN "School and books are such a bore, l'll be glad when there are no more." "Steve" . . . "tall" stories come easy . . . speed demon . . . why study . . . Football 3,47 Science Club 3. SO I-ICPE is ,g . E.- JANE SKIPP "lf is beHer to be small and shine, than to be big and cast a shadow." "Janie" . . . everone's pal . . . sees the iob through . . . mild mannered . . . Class Vice- President 47 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Glee Club 1,27 GAA 1,27 Sodality l,2,3,47 Fine Arts Club 47 Annual Staff 47 Homecoming Court 47 Honor Society 1,3,47 Junior Chamber of Commerce Award 3. EILEEN THOMPSON "Her way was never to offend, And every creature was her friend." "Eileen" . . . future "nanny" . . . continual laughter . . . professional mimic . . . Glee Club l,2,3,47 Pep Club 2,37 Sodality 1,2,3. 60 SO LOVE .lUl.lE TILLOTSON "Pep and fun always follow this little one." "Tillie" . . . likeable . . . sights set for nursing . . . goes her way . . . Pep Club 1,2,37 Sodality l,2,3,47 Sacristan 2,3,47 Glee Club 1,27 Class Treasurer 27 Class Secretary 37 GAA 1. 6?-fait. 0-,gg-F'-0 010-420. Glove 3 ' 'I i V, - - -- we ,iff fp . 3 - CHARLENE WHALEN "Neat, nice, and nifty!" "Whale" . . . fun loving . . . mixes well . . . domestic science her love Pep Club 2,3,4p Sodality 2,3,4, Vice-Prefect 4, Fine Arts Club 4, Honor Society 2,35 Latin Award 2,3. e BETH WHITE "With a friendly smile and turned up nose, she'll be in style wherever she goes!" "Mary Beth" . . . amiable . . . Pet peeve P.A.D. . . . devoted sacristan . . . congenial . . . Sodality 1,2,3,4p Pep Club 'l,2,3,4, GAA 1, Glee Club 1,25 Sacristan 2,3,4, Student Coun- cil 1,21 Annual Staff 4, Cheerleader 4. SO PATIENT BEAR Sean takes his typing lessonl 61 we 5' GOD DOETH DENISE URSO "No matter what others may be-She's always herself." "Dee" . . . non-committal . . . quiet worker . . . heart and mind of a nurse . . . Pep CIubl,2,3, 47 Glee Club 'l,2,3,4g Sodality 'l,2,3,4p Class President 25 Student Council 'lp Fine Arts Club 45 Annual Staff 45 Latin Award 1,25 GAA lg Honor Society 'l,2,3,4y Junior Chamber of Commerce Award 3. Y CAROL TREDWAY "With these good qualities she is blessed: Humor, loyalty, and thoughtfulnessf' "Carol" . . . a helping hand . . . fun and work mix . . . gets the iob done . . . Glee Club 1,2,3,4p Sodality 'l,2,3,4f Pep Club 'l,2,3,4, President 45 Fine Arts Club 47 Annual Staff 4. "Now, Jeff, you know you should be studying." ALL THINGS BEST JAMES VEALE 'Life is a jest and all things show it, l thought so once and now I know itl" "Jay" . . . outspoken . . . conscientious . . . D.D.S. in view . . . Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Fine Arts Club 4: Drama Club 3,45 J.V. Foot- ball 3p Annual Staff 4. JEFFREY SEIBERT "Any kind of human being can wish for a thing and can desire it, But only strong, vigorous minds with great purposes can do things." "Jeff" . . . master mind . . . humble and sincere . . . sense of humor . . . Glee Club 'l,2,3,4g Student Council 2,3,4, Vice-President 3,43 Drama Club 2, Fine Arts Club 4, Knicker- bockers 47 Annual Staff 47 Honor Society 1,2,3,4. DENNIS STACK "Sincere in what he undertakes, A real nice boy is what he makes." "Elliot" . . . mad mechanic . . . affable . . . nice guy . . . Greek Club 3. 63 MOST LIKELY SUOOEED D Much J ff Seibert - M f- -snag, . .4 SENIOR HALL OF FAME SCHOOL SPIRIT Anobel M P k John C ll CLASS OF '66 MOST RELIABLE J ne Skipp Ph I p LaBrecque FRIENDLIEST Maure K h Thoma I K A A A W M., .,.,.. X W M, A , 1 S 3' -w Tlifeg ff xi' 6 A. , .. A 'Q' Y 4 A 9 V :L, ,,A11 J , '1 L L ff'wf - - . , na 131 ZR V ' M' JJ! - 4, , , K f ff, 2 Q ff J r iffQi? ff'E W 3 . 2 gr . 1 .Mu , ig ,wg ,, V, vvvmn ' ef ' . em .H ., gy f 18' Y H 51 - ' ff.: as .4 .X 1 s A I Mi 5' ?P is K I A S gi ig X, lr X V: K'-'- 1 , H R 71 f N 1 UNDERCLASSMEN My Mona Allam Lawrence Balewski Barbara Beer U Margaret Bell if Mary Blanyer James Berg David Bibb JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS The .Iumor Ciass officers from rooms 203 and 205 are: Suzanne Miliaire, Katherine Nelson, Hope Coley, 2ND ROW: Marie Scherer, Mike Lamberi, Sheila Skipp, John Hoffman, Mary Conlon. 155415 W' -'tie' ,4,a.J-4,eZbQ,t, fp. 1 'C4"ff'-', givin -'70'fff-f,cpfrrn.a M293 CyV7f"'f"'?A ELECTED GUIDES FOR THE YEAR Donald Clough John Coleman Hope Coley Daniel Collesano fli- y,,' Q" 'l l f all Rohert Conley S I Lorre Curry Mqry'f.Conl3n- A If Michael Deitering .. lf l I ll f fl fi r il il 7 w ,fs , R. P' 3 ' l 4, 1 f. ,, re- J Al, ' , f ll .rw Y Af!! iv w ,fi-' . . A ' 1 H 57 l J ,,,' P.S.A.T. PRESENTS f"x i7 fn Thomas Gabriele James Goodin Lawrence Gauthier John Hoffman Brian Hathaway Barbara Griffin Richard Hoefling Marilyn Humphrey CHALLENGE TO JUNICR ABILITIES . . rx.p!',. -nmpogfieal Stephen Gildea Robert Hartman Margaret Jabaly JUNIORS ANTICIPATE ARRI VAL 5 f Q 3 E Aren'1 fhe rings ever comung ln Sister? Inquire Fred Ruse, Barbara Beer and Mary Conlon. Nanette Naiar 74 Katherine Nelson 5 li Constance Paytas Daniel Paytas Glen Pofulin 'OF CLASS RINGS a w - i L ,v , ! I 1 . 3 sl ll J I , ' 1 . L , F, I, ,-, f , i ,. 41. Powell Price James Price Veronica Pyne ' Sieve Rawlins Francis Roddy Richard Fred Ruse James Russetf fi f f ' V .. I Ni: , 0 , g, l.. A u E X i ldiiq 4 Q Q... f .J 'lk' ,QCILJ fl rx Theresa .labaly Bruce Lage Joseph Maenza JUNIORS MAKE EARLY BIRD PLANS v if ., ,, ,L V . , .LYNV r .1r+'fmFff' gl '-- "" --W ""1' -'-WH' 'W' "" 'r' ' fr r 7' vw'-'W f rf --"H - ' '-1 I 1 MK ' ff , 1 JIM! ,fm .' . Judith Kertis Leonard Kruk Veronica Manrique 76 Barbara Matheny 'Nm FOR JR.-SR. PROM - ,. J' Anne Boudreau, Mike Lanlbe a Qc agree with Kathy N lson that the Riviera would be a good plase , K K, 1' fl fl Michael McCormick ' Thomas Melvin Dolores Moser H l V.. ,qv 1 ' f 1, ox, , T W 1 L ,0Jw,rvJ 4 J.,-,,,x,u,,.e,oxJ ,e , LJ .f ,iaaivfwvf 1 5' 4 ,W- . , IQIXXJ-6'-1 Q L L1,Jxfv1'W""k A, Richard McNerney Susan Millaire Carmen Muir 77 lim if F L ill? 1 l 5 M ill QW l .N W will Annette Sacco Victoria Shelley Michael Sayers Sheila Skipp M ' Sche A d S II MhlSchlky MryJ Spdl K? Af Nil fx? Is it possible fha? we're going lobe Sonlbr: X ,l ,4 if L N ' Q . Ah L . lf JUNIORS THRILL OF AS SENIOR YEAH iflf i W ,WW W W Edgy N5 ,,N'h,'9' :M QC' IXXFN VJ XSJJXVP 55' '-f J-T' -0 Air' ,HQ N ck ,GJ-335 EXPERIENCE may ACCOMPLISH APPROACHES jmvwwwmwmbww iii My xtfmf- Q Wfgvfwglfmw MUJQWQ 9' 9 wig MS KDQW 4 A-Xa' 5 rum YW, um Wm 'ww ?fYAxL':lriz?g5!L:zn Mafswzznwsbi ww 1 My www AAN, Q, ':.:'Li.1J'U5L13: 12:55 mai Q 1C.7L.fvw img '7a"0B Db QMLX ff iw Q I I I' f l a 322 gm 4 'll 11 1. , ER A My ,- ' W uk x - A., hx A AM 2 ' 5? i S i William Bussinger Anthony Cassata Michelle Chiodo ' Claire Collins Mary Carlson Thomas Cassidy James Coleman Robert Croft Jane DeBenedictis Steven DeFriese James DeFriese Marie DeWinter ,ffl lx U ,C fv -YJ , .fi N l l A ,L I ,X , UL' I X M 1 X-ol 'L N , F , V . L X I QL AFL N , bf Ll V KL ' K X! xllul V iff" , L , W 141. NV' l Q 'Q' Q lab ' L lx! W V fivx ' lt! I wg, l A pit l if., lv X I ily U , A ' 'A J , Q .yu M Q5'5J I my , my QL 301 A ,J fly H tw . A TOUGH SUBJECTS CHALLENGE AND Patrlcla Grubuak Thomas Gildea Marybefh Fagan Linda Downey Deborah Gowan Glenda Freer Ronald Helgemo John Engerran Richard Grelecki Kathleen Gabriele l Barbara Evensgaard 82 INTRIGUE SGPHOMORES John Huntenburg Webster James Thomas Janeczko Raymond Keigher Stephen LaCour Henry Lammers Jann Kitaif Sophomores take time out to study. X lg Donald Langer Maureen Lazaravich Isaac Leary SPIRIT MINDED SOPI-IS BACK SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Edmond Thompso pol fs out that we did win against Seabreeze. Brian Lietz James Mallory Patrick McCarthy William McKenna Annette Mealey Ann Melvin Cathryn Miller Edward Millaire Linda Mogge Gary Morstert Marietta Murphy David Mims Imelda Morse Margaret Murphy Frank Nelson Michael Nolan Beverly Noirot Richard O'Brien SOPHS FORM COMMITTEES Daniel Pyne Louis Rodriquez John Rensel Charles Ross Nicolefte Orel Gordon Peshek Paul Orel Dennis Price Donna Peacock FOR FUND RAISING Candice Rosselot James Schwarz Peter Scherer Ralph Scorza John Secunda Sylvia Stimson Dena Stelling Barry Stripling Sophomore boys would iusf love to help for fund raising. Michael Tierney Kelley Thomas Claudia Sullivan Pamela Thomas Margaret Sullivan Edmond Thompson SOPHOMORES EXCITED Sharon Kay Syler Thomas Tredway M Inky Veole K neth Walsh ph Wagner Richard Whitson SOPI-IS LOOK HAPPY AS JUNIOR YEAR APPROACHES io, P E Sophomore: make big plans io Michael Altes Freshmen learn Lopez ways. Paula Belanger CONFORMED FRESHMEN Helen Blais Paula Blanyer William Bowers Stephen Boyd Christine Breen Sheila Burr Darlene Carey Gregory Carpenter John Conley Cynthia Cook Timothy Cornelius Elizabeth Culver Debra Curry s 5 1 Diane Forrest Bernard Fox 1 4 Edward Donnelly Roger Fox Dennis Doordan Patricia Gaitley Lorraine Fagan William Gambert 91 Patricia Gildea Patrick Gill Amy Glover Kathleen Haskin Linda Hill Charles Hostettler Monica Huber John Hull Charles Humphrey John Jenzano Kathleen Jabaly Margaret Jordan Mqry ,leqger CyrIll'llCl Karl 92 LATHEE M5531 HlGl'l ' 5955 K 'Q L, ,cc . , i A we V ., NU cl T: ii gi, N.a....w,.,-.-i..- g M M-...S 2 Sfi qcl, . 9th grade boys check foatball schedule. ENTHUSIASTIC 1 Susan Kitchen Karen Kofchur Kathleen Kohrt Constance Komatz FRESHMEN Gregory LaCour Debra Lage Patricia Lambert Patricia Lawler Barbara Loeffler Mary Madden BEWILDERED FRESHMAN Edwa and rd Somers, Joann Malarney, Cynthia Karl Patricia Gaitley check room numbers. JoAnne Malarney Clare Mealey John Mogge Kathleen Moser Patricia Matheny Daniel Melanson Clara Monaco Kathleen McCormick GeorgAnne Melvin James McNerney Joseph Minihan 94 CLASS GF '69 Sami Francis Mowitz Stephen Nelson John Politano Kathleen Roddy Linda Nolan Edwin Poole Ellen Roth George Potee Robert Searby Patrick Rainey Joseph Secunda 95 Michael Shay Timothy Skipp Richard Smith Patrick Stack Glenda Shevlin Meredith Small Edward Somers Michael Stellilano IN DUSTRIOUS FRE SHMEN Elizabeth Stevenson Susan Sirqchqn Freshmen girls prepare for English classes. 96 Kathryn Sullivan Karen Swift Patricia Taussig Robert Taylor Guy Thomas Jeanette Tierney Patricia Varlas Donald Walsh David Watkins William Whalen John Veale Suzanne Walsh James Weiss Daniel Woodward K., L T Jwfri... X mf- Q1 . .. fu-'wii fx -qswai, Y,s:,.zg.S - - iwwa I ,.-Q.. ,M H Q l,x..,.. lil. V. yskzfxgf. wx . -W QL M iwsgm A by 1:3:xf'f. gk - 333--AZ' Kvl'Y5 mfr "5 53 z,l.wifi.f -:fx 9 SX , 1-fm: fggxg Q' if , 51 if ,,agr,'Af.pfvw A ga: A fx-vw x.x., M XXV 7 94953 . w.. I K"bgx ' 12422 wa! rv iii: 211.93 PHI? I QMTSL Qifiwil ' www Maw -wN:.r',:' 3-5555, mi? ff, ygwgg :Q -I M+zf-Y I, .ivrglgl 'I N W :WL Q fiiifssiizfigr Qi, PQP1-QW :sf-5wf.ws - .. . ff..-1, , 11 Q --:.i fm iw-fx ,a sf - :if A X,xX I I 55fi'5fs'fzl,?:i-Q. .. 5 img EA xRs5.z,.g4T - fzffizsf .WI-Q1 W' 3'2:i13SXi. ix A , .. 5 QW: 533533 5 Qs Q51 W K-'ii . tdkiii -Q ACTIVITIES SENIOR SODALITY , -fc . , F' ' 'I i I F' , . . W 1, . ' 'ZW 1 1 Uk K pq . .. ' fl ffl? - n . Tlx.. .5 . A ' 5 f 5 '-0,4 ,Q ' ' ' ' A -Nkiiirl, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Manrique, L. Petrucciani, K. Nel- Scherschel, C. Tredway, M. Langer, L. Berardi, M. While, S. Skipp son, A. Boudreau, C. Whalen, M. Allam, J. Skipp, B. Walsh, M. M. Winfree, M. Speidel, R. Menzel, D. Crowell. FOURTH ROW Humphrey, S. Millaire, M. Conlon, D. Moser. SECOND ROW: M. T. Jabaly, M. Blanyer, G. Price, C. Muir, D. Urso, B. Jabaly, D Scherer, N. Naiar, P. Jabaly, L Carey, M. Keigher, P. Fox, V. Stel- Mach, E. Chiodo, Y. Rousseau, L. Bousquet, V. Sheley, A. Sacco ling, M. Lansaw, B. Kozak, J. Kerris, V. Pyne, P. Bell. THIRD ROW: M. Klorus. P. Fagan, A. Small, K. Kifaif, B. Beer, A. McPike, L. Albury, P. OFFICERS Prefecr ....,..., ............. . . Elnzabelh Cluodo Vice-Prefed ......... . . . Charelne Walen Secretary-Treasurer . . .... Patricia Fagan 100 JU IOR SODALITY FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Noirol, P. Grubiuk, D. Gowan, C. Miller, P. Thomas, D. Forrest, K. Nelson, S. Walsh, K. Moser, K. Kohrt, J. DeBenedic1is, K. Gabriele, D. Stelling, B. Evensguard, K. Roddy. SECOND ROW: W. Allam, T. DeWin?er, L. Downey, S. Syler, C. Sganga, A. Mealey, M. Carlson, G. Freer, C. Komaiz, C. Karl, , . V ,W Lv, .,. C. Mealey, P. Blanyer, S. Sirahan, J. Malarney, P. Gildea, K. Sul- livan. THIRD ROW: L. Bay, A. Melvin, M. Lazaravich, C. Rosseloi, J. Kitaif, N. Orel, K. Wilcoxen, M. Sullivan, I. Morse, M. Veale, I. Mogge, C. Collins, K. Jabaly, P. Belanger, C. Cook, M. Small, M. Madden, P. Gaitley, M. Huber, M. Murphy, M. Murphy. 1 V g. 2a.,,M,L3.. - K K my M - ,. . . " ...... ' . M.. 'vi A- ' .fl . '- S' Q. F1-ssfilfs - ., ' . f . - 7 - I ' 'if' 'Q X X ' ' '55,-'.l RIT fp"u.f'f , I Jfiil' I A A " f- T' I , r. X fe lyufl. A A Kg., -1 L5 I ., A. 5 ,L I Q? wr. -- .. r A A.. - A rf fkk- 1 . ..f -KW., v..,k.3.,.. L 6fgy3:5ig,5ff,g5,,,1xN.1.. Rf.i,,ggAii?3.....-.Q-5, -, 'g 1. ., g A 1 ,L .K . , V w .. C . . . ,, X 22176. -...Q-S .wi ,w...1wf,.N.f., wk .zbfxfm Q- Mg .... - 5' fs' 1- f. ef-if 'ff . , . . Jffzff s J, wr we s-4 Q 4 1 , if f Q Vi Rf.. fLi'.Sf4flL1.A 5 K hi. ,gQQ'Wfh'.-- i5'Qg5Q9'. xi - I i , " 1 -v 5"'gi 5 , 7:7 . ., I '9.,l,f' K-.,zfQ QV gl 5 ' 49, pg W 11.19 SWS? I , X X ,.. M., -My M. , 4158- --,,,,. , 591 ,,,. Q, at. 'I .5 M .. .f 'H ...K ,-if ..:.g,..,..,. . EW. iw, , 7 , mf. . L' ' .- . ' ., sa. , " dis.. F54 . Q ' -Q . - V.-S ..-' fr ..f.a- you f ' ,, ., ...fx WSW M55 ,f5Hffg5...fx. -sf X 32 '. ' . - 2 .nf Q 'f if ' . . . - Y . OFFICERS 9Ih Grade 'l0IIr Grade P f f M d th S ll P f 1 D P I: re ec .......... ...... ...... . . ere i ma re ec . . . ............. . . . onna eacoc Vice-Prefect ....... . . . .,.. . . . Chrisiine Breen Secretory . . ......... . . . Annelfe Mealey Secretary-Treasurer . . . ..... Ellen Roth Treasurer . . . . . Kalhy Gabriele 101 MAKE WAY FOR MARY IN CATHOLIC ACTION Sacristcms Mary Lynn Winfree and Barbara Beer fix the altar while Mary Beth White shows Anne Boudreau how to prepare the Chalice for Mass. 102 hu Senior Sodality gives Halloween Party to Mother Hunt's Orphanage. 1 Sodalists don costumes to entertain children. lu: .. . : :r iw in-Q Refreshments are served FATHER LOPEZ HIGH SCHOOL CONVENT Sisters enioy the convenience of their new convent. FOOTBALL AWARDS Coaches Asher and Hergert award sweaters to football players. Jim Schwarz looks happy to get his. ELKS ESSAY CONTEST S Linda Albury, first prize winner in the Elks essay contest, reads her copy to the student body. Other contestants were left to right Karen Kitaif, Paulo Fox, Jeffrey Seibert, 2nd prize winner, and Diane Mach. 103 "" gf 3, KJ, Q Yffwwg MW 5 1 E. 5, ag Kg S -f wr-fszfffswff Q ,, ig ., A , ' , 3-'if sw' n A ' fi: Q L 'E .. ,. an f . if :5:5e2f -' 52, ,, A 1 A .. T 11 ' K x,- ' Q' i- - rl A Q Q. Q f " W f iii 52 ff . g , 31, ., fig' 1 Q5 6 gg!-Lf: Es' 6.5355 gs 9 9 G ff fi if' -1 , SS . ,, , . V A fy Q ., . Ai. ' wif 1:,, ' 1.5 fn Sz f ,, f - , , A V ag'-If '- L 1 5,4 2 i ' ' f 2 2 1 EV' .V 5 ' we ff' -at A ' 1 ' K 1:' , x, . ' , if if 1 if ' Q WW ' ,W 'u 5? N pil' F0912-,f'fr'f5f. a wfgs git Q1 gif, 2' . V A J!! '4' 'wX'vX5f M-'V my fM,'.,, Qe ...,,' QW sfm'.Ho , 'EQ -- !"fwP g v Q Jef: 1- 3 5 Q .. f ,,.VVL . H T1 1 A 6 f , 5 5 19 f ' K' j gf? 1 ' A G G ' 3 S3 5 C C L fx Q L KL .i.,,- 2 7 5 , L , .r ' A sl K ,f t A HQ N ' 'is wx- ' X 1- , V W , , Q Q wi 3 5 5 , ip '- . 4, ,,, . B 3 .. 'Q k 7 .S f'1A .f 4 X 5 , J , Q gi K Q v 1 f 5 Q X Y.. x B, W. 'Q' 'w- i- K, 'gl 'fri , 'B 3 Rl! fl 'F x in 'Vg f C e W' ef 55 G 4' 4- ,I 1 5 .53 , 6 C' i if 'S 'Q' wi Q 42 cg -f : J Funeral services for Bunnell "Bulldog" before game. PEP RALLY Pep skip amuses studeni body Funeral procession through the gym. Girls lead sludents in cheers! Victim lies dead on the stage. ?EP SKITS N ., 2 Efpfx 2 A ,A V I .P avi 5x Qs 2,35 AJ 'Q' 'r EX .mx FTWR -i iii iii ui am' M M .5 K -4 gli .. 'Q .3 '51 CRGANIZATIONS SCIENCE CLUB President-Robert Conley Vice-President-John Hoffman ' Secretary-Richard Hoefling The Science Club view films, work on proiects, and give reporis on new ideas in the field. 110 V. ,..xX,. C E Effie K 'QW I xx . LATIN CLUB Members of the latin Club display three trophies awarded io the latin classes for the pas! three years by the Auxilium Lofinum. GAA so 'H"h7if X' Q 'VV . f rl .An , f n -' . if Ei ' ' . ,rg vjf gg, ,, tj, .Ye Tiffin- fgf e Girls Athletic Association takes part in intramural as well as interschoal sports. Here they are taking advantage of the new tennis courts for volley ball as well as for tennis. OFFICERS President . .,.. ......,...,., B orbaru Jabaly Vice-President . . . ..,......... Victoria Shelley Sgt. at Arms ....... .... M alaky Veale Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Kathleen Jabaly The Glee Club entertains at Christmas time! 112 Mr. Francis Stevenson E .,,,, S1 GLEE CLUB The Glee Club performs on special oc- casions during the year. They have re- ceived many compliments far their fine per- formances. FINE ARTS CLUB The Fine Arts Club pursue acti- vities that include art appreciation, theatrical productions, literary films, all with the purpose of broadening the cultural back- ground of the members. BOOK FAIR Sister Miriam Catherine discusses one of the paperbacks with Michael McCormick and Mary lynn Winfree. 1 mt-13, 1 e A - a.Yx?'+:5"2'f- f , . -l s - , , mv , . , . The Book Fair gave stu- dents an opportunity to per- use paperbacks covering the classics, contemporary writ- ers, and other current areas. H3 YCS SPONSORS CAREER DAY sn " eWay. e.N....g .. T lfz Sister Miriam Catherine, moderator of the Young Christian Stu dent Organization, in discussion with members. One of the projects of the Y.C.S. was setting up Career Day for the iuniors and seniors. Representa- tives from sixteen different fields were in conference for the day with interested students. LEFT: Miss Patricia Neus, Social Worker LOWER LEFT: Dr. Sterling Dimmitt, Psychologist BELOW: Mr. Joel Sayers, Architect Ei FQ i " Wlfm. Y A.. ,Q tffig N Q En. 8'-2, 'QF' if 5, I Y, m T .va W 2 A' af i ,.. Z1 3, .E qS,- f I 414' f ' + ' 1 Y " fx f Q -gl 5 Q' A QUIET Tom Evans ....... June Evans, his wife Their children Johnnie . . Phil .....,.... Irene ,....,...,.. Ruth, Phil's wife .. Marie, A French Orphan Bill, Johnnie's friend Hefty, the maid . . . l iiii i , The family find ihe true Chrlsfmas CHRISTMAS ,. Thomas Carey .. Patricia Fagan . , , . . Gary Beck . . . Mike McCarthy . . Denise Urso .. Terry Blanyer . . , . Wendy Allam . . , Patrick Gabriele . . . . Malaky Veale w Ruth and Phil cannot bear to be away for Christmas. spirit kneeling before the crib. Q 1' ' ' 1 i y Q-1 K 7 W, I. Hefiy brings home the turkey. 117 HONOR SOCIETY At the end of each six weeks marking period students with an average of 90 and above in each subject are awarded first honors. Those students who have attained 85 in each sub- ject receive second honors. Freshmen girls receive honor cards Sr. Bernardita congratulates honor students and encourages the rest of the student body to improve their grades and to achieve honors at the end of the next marking period 118 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION I -er + ae... Q, ,- s1,,,, Student Government officers and representatives OFFICERS John Collier Jeff Seibert , . . Steve Gildea Peter Scherer Pat Hanner ..... .. President . , , Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Recording Secretary Lorraine Bousquet Bill Broughton ..,, Barbara Jabaly Steve Favis Kathleen Kaye .. . Robert Conley , . Mary Lynn Winfree James Tillotson , . . Daniel Pyne ..,.. Raymond Keigher , Richard Whitson .. Kathy Jabaly . . JoAnn Malarney . Claire lynn Mealey REPRESENTATIVES 1 06 106 107 107 203 203 205 205 1 05 104 202 1 02 103 1 03 119 CHRISTMAS MAGIC 'ff s L ff A 1 if Aff' ii 5-an The Senior semi-formal Christmas dance is always a special occasion. Refreshmenis always makes things gol Beiween da nces. MOTHERS' CLUB FASHION SHOW CAROUSEL MOTEL SENIOR MODELS Anobel McPike C IT dway X Skipp Ancbel McPike Diane Mach ,ni s , 7 "VfQIg fit! Q L., ,E fr 1 x4 . f K- ' ? ' , 'rig 5' ' Sf- Ie., in V ' 'K:1fTl1'M'4iiTl'?!!!Fw iw- ' ,gi 1' A ggi 'F' -A wi Zi 25,4 .v-2 W ,ff ,md ,fa 4 4- Q,, Kax iv A , ,WW- ,,..a- 9 3 FUNKY xmas -X, ,gm A. QM P341 , WW , , l N' i S19 5 K ,S W vb 5 ,,.. M W .35 QL if Q M ,1 1- VERITAS COPY . . . PHOTOGRAPHY HEADLINES DEADLINES FINANCES Advertusung IS c must m order to finance Ventus Here we see the udver tising commnttee Bette Chlodo Pat Fagan Carol Tredwuy and Roseunn Menze! turning ID cds to Anobel McPlke ak A A ASQ? Ad Hunters, Paula Fox, linda Petruccioni, and Mary Beth White check to see unsolicited ads. i-H ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT While Theresa Jabaly and Patrick Gabriele check copy, Mary Blanyer works at the mimeoscope. John Hoffman and larry Balewski must be reading th rough draft. -uh-s... QM e humor corner. Mike McCormick types a A quarterly issue containing student opinions, original poems, timely topics, school news all edited and re-edited until the copy is ready for printing-this is the work of the Pelican staff. This is what makes the Pelican worth reading. 124 John Hoffman . Larry Balewski Mike McCormick, Sheila Skipp Terry Blanyer . Mary Conlon, . Pat Gabriele Eclitor Sports Editor Opinion Editors Fashion Editor ,. , Art Editor Veronica Manrique, Terry Jabaly, Peggy Jabaly, Helen Cialetta ...,. Associate Editors Mary Conlin, Veronica Manrique, and Sheila Skipp run off mimeographed sheets. Karen Kitaif and Linda Petrucciani compile news of the week. 5 .,i:. mi-F' X NEWS JOURNAL RE PORTE RS Each week the school reporters write an account of the school ac- tivities of the previous week for publication in the local newspaper. 125 ' -Q if? EQ-Lsfi fj.Q11f?qf . Q 5. ig .xiftgfg xgxbyffilki W X X w Sf? . Lzfiiff 'frffif if 'Q Sfgis Jag-Y .b.- l :.:.,f 1Yv"lfS-x xi xx IFJ: N xi: :F-.3 f 7 gqaf . Q- Ylz-xffxu-X A zafavfmysli. 1: 'v.5,l5I?i'Q1 -Leahy XSS: is fbiQ:XQ.w,f1:g1:5fffQf if lmwfif,Qa3 - 1?2A3v:1gh .1 2'-Ti-ffi,f-isffzfii fem Lf: 2 ATHLETICS FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Melvin, Mgr., S. LaCour, L. Gowen, L. Balewski, M. Carey, D. Nolan, G. Brown, M. Lambert, J. Berg, R. Oskandy, T. Tredway, Mgr. SECOND ROW: M. Maccaro, R. Whitson, T. White, J. Tillotson, J. Wagner, P. Beaupre, M. The 1965 edition of the Father Lopez Green Wave gridders maintained the school's winning football tradi- tion as they chalked up a respectable season record of six wins, three losses, and one tie. Although lacking any experienced varsity backs, the young green wave team rallied behind a host of fine senior linemen and physically beat every team they faced all season. Only a few mental mistakes kept the team from having a truly great championship season, and only 13 points was the difference in an undefeated season. An indication of things to come was the pre-sea- son game with the Seabreeze J.V.'s in which the iunior Green Wave, without their senior varsity brethren, bested the Junior Sandcrabs 25-6, setting the stage for a 1966 opening varsity game with the Sandcrabs. Most of the boys who played in this game will be back again in 1966. Several outstanding accomplishments were racked up by the 1965 team. Among these were: 1. Best Won- Lost record of any high school team in Volusia County, 2. Gave up less points than any team in Volusia County, 128 Schilsky, L. Kruk, F. Nelson, B. Broughton. THIRD ROW: Coach Spi- cer, Coach Stofa, C. Ruse, D. Haskin, T. Breslin, S. Ryan, S. Rosselot, D. Janeczko, S. Gildea, J. Jennings, M. Kemmer, S. Fagan. S. Schwarz, Coach Hergert, Coach Asher. 3. No team scored twice on the Green Wave, a new school defensive record, 4. QB Larry Balewski was listed among the top three passers in Florida High School football and was selected as the first team All- City and first team All-County QB, 5. Steve Gildea, outstanding iunior center, was also selected to first team All-City, All-County and All-St. John's River Con- ference teams. 6. Bill Broughton, Stuart Fagan, Mike Kemmer and Larry Gowen were named to All-Star teams. 7. ln the final game of the year, the Green Wave knocked arch rival Melbourne Central Catholic,, then rated the top Class B team in Florida, out of ther State Championship playoffs by a score of 20-6. l Our young iunior Varsity team coached by John Stofa, had an outstanding record of four wins and one loss, that being to Mainland High School. Most of these boys have earned themselves a varsity berth next fall. We are extremely proud of all the fine young men who participated in football at Father Lopez during the 1965 season. l I L 1965-66 GREEN WAVE VARSITY J.V.'S CARRY ON GREEN WAVE SPIRIT FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E Thompson, Mgr. P Gill, G. Lo Cour, R. Grelecki, E. Milluire, G. Carpenter, F. Mowltz, R. Helgemo J Berg SECOND ROW: R. Hartman, A. Cussuiu, C. Humphrey, J. Ru . . , . , J Rensel, P. Scherer, sseh, E Donnelly, S Nelson D Langer S. laCour. THIRD ROW: Coach Stofa, W. Gambert, J. Weiss, I leury, T. Gildea, l.. Rodriguez, D Mims, .l. Hunienburg, R. Keigher G. Poten, J. McCarthy, M. Schilsky F Nelson, Couch Spicer. ,f an A 'cf ,Af .' 'ES sw 1 fs' :Z M f SP rfsi f 5 5 f. ' - Q if "fl 'xx ' M, W fr sf f- A 2 . . :J S 13: X, iv. , I -43 I wsu-f-0 I!! f ' " M , ' Q5 6-:rx Q , 1 'R 31' . gk? S Y 5 1 XS '1 he Q 'un Q 3':'f?.. fe Q R . 3 . .. fl Y Q S 9 I K ii fig' R x .I ,K 5 i S I ,gk wmgiw MANAGERS FOR ATHLETICS S 315 .35 . Q M sf Thomas Tredway and Edmond Thomp- son, bolh in the foreground were faifhful managers for the fooiball Team. Leonard Kruk and John Hoffman served as stoiisficians during the bas- ketball season. SE IOR FOOTBALLERS DISPLAY TROPHIES These trophies at the end of the sevenih season represent Qhe efforts of all the boys who were members of the ball clubs, baslcefball and fooiball, during The past seven years. Senior foofballers ore, KNEELING: Daniel Nolan, Gary Brown, Thomas White. STANDING: Stu Fagan, C. Ruse, T. Breslin, D. Haskin, D, Janeczko, J. Jennings, S. Ryan, M. Maccaro, W. Broughfon. LOPEZ L LOCKS CRESCENT CITY Danny Nolan scurried four yards to give Father Lopez a 7-7 tie with Cres- cent City. Behind 7-O, the Green Wave started from its 31 yard line in the fourth quar- ter. Passes by Larry Balewski to Larry Gowen for 24 yards and Mike Carey .for 31 ards set u the t ing score. Y P YP Danny Nolan ran for the conversion. C. C. Lopez First Downs 7 12 Passes 3-11 6-16 Fumbles lost 0 1 Punting 4-37 1-21 Penalties 'Al Cl q I 0 di QB Larry Balewski hurled three touch- down posses as the Green Wave rolled past the undermanned Bunnell Bulldogs 26-0. The ball bounced Lopez' way all night and Balewski wasted little time taking advantage of the situation each time.. The first three Lopez touchdowns were set up by a bod punt and two fumbles. lv-is Ng Bun. Lopez First Downs 7 54 Passes 1-3 12-24 Fumbles lost 4 1 Punting 6-26 5.31 Penalties 5 35 LOPEZ ,qi . 5 .s - 3 A y I . f."'n-4AL bf 55'- 2 SMOTHERS BUNNELL, 26-O LOPEZ BID FALLS SHORT ON We LOPEZ ' WALLOPS ST. JOE, 20-6 QB Larry Balewski and end Stu Fagan combined to bring the Green Wave from behind and spoil St. .loe's Home- coming game, 20-6. After St. Joe's scored from six yards out to put them ahead Balewski and Fagan clicked on two scoring plays with the first one covering 8 yards. That was all the scoring Lopez needed but they went ahead for two more scores. St. Joe lopez First Downs 8 8 Passes 9-16 B-'I5 Fumbles lost 0 0 Punting 4-28 4-29 Penalties 30 LAST PLAY, 7-6 The Green Wave made a gallant bid to catch Baldwin in the last seconds of the game, but had to settle for a 7-6 loss. In a closely fought contest, the Green- ies nearly pulled the game out of the fire by scoring a touchdown on the last ploy of the game. QB Larry Balewski sneaked over from one yard line, but his try for 'the extra point was wide of its mark. Bald. Lopez First Downs 'l0 9 Passes 0-4 9-I6 Fumbles lost 2 'l Punting 'l-31 l-30 Penalties 54 25 R -. 6 ' Q A ' ix! s. - sf: X-cs... LOPEZ COASTS TO 25-6 WIN OVER 'I Callahan broke open a furious de- fensive struggle to give the Ramblers a 7-O victory over the Green Wave. Late in the 3rd quarter Callahan went into action. Mike Stokes carried six times with the last a fourth clown, four yard run for the TD. Stokes also skirted right end for the conversion. Call. Lopez First Downs 'll 7 Passes 2-l 'l 5-15 Fumbles lost 0 2 Punting 5-38 4-28 Penalties 5 70 GREEN WAVE FALLS TO CALLAHAN HIGH, '7-O HASTINGS Father Lopez finally shed that luck" tag with a 25-6 victory over tings. Larry Balewski, the sterling iunior had his best evening, tossing for touchdowns and setting up a third air. Reserve halfback Mike Lambert, coming into his own, cashed the ' s two TD s on all evening. hort runs and was a H First Downs Passes Fumbles lost funting Penalties O 1 X 'X ,W sm Has. 2-3 10-14 4-20 3-26 Im 1 v ? f - 'is -Ng K :Why 3 GREEN WAVE SURPRISES CENTRAL IN 20-6 WIN The Green Wave upset highly favored Central Catholic 20-6, on mainly the fine quarterbacking of little Larry Balewski. The win wrapped up a winning season for Lopez as they ended the campaign, 5-4-l. Father Lopez' win knocked Central Catholic out of the Region 4, Class B championship. C. C. Lopez First Downs 'I7 8 Passes 18-1 'I 13-9 Fumbles lost 0 0 Punting 4-34 5-35 Penalties 57 70 5 Father Lopez came from behind for a 2l-7 victory over Fla. D 81 B. The Green Wave took advantage of pass interceptions and a long kick-off return to turn back the Dragons. Lopez took the lead for keeps in the 3rcl quarter when Gowan intercepted a pass and returned it 45 yards. Balewski hit Jim Schwarz for an T8 yard TD. D 81 B Lopez First Downs 'IO I2 Passes 4-14 'l 1-18 Fumbles lost 'I 4 Punting 2-28 l-30 Penalties T5 0 LQPEZ ROMPS TO 21-7 WIN OVER DRAGONS fit L e - ,, -, 335' X X Wx 'x T Q L. , -vt-ff nails ' WEIGHTLIFTING AID TO PHYSICAL FITNESS "Do you really think that we're the best dressed weight-lifters in the country?" .-4---'-"N p - Tam and Don exercise their surfing muscles, The new physical fitness equipment has been getting plenty of use. 136 1f k.T1bf 21 ! W 4010 ,L ii "vr.Q.- k 1 W'-f-.1 VARSITY BAS KETBALLE RS KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Mallory, Steve Rosselot, Mike Price, Stuart Fagan, Coach John Stofa, Steve Gildea, Michael Prugh, Sayers. STANDING: Daniel Collesano, Richard Hoefling, Michael Robert Conley, Larry Balewski. 1966 was another profitable year for Green Wave basketball. Despite a slow start, Lopez managed a 16-6 record, the best in school history. The ll-3 conference record gave us a tie for the runner-up spot. We were the only team to beat Callahan who finished first. Coach John Stofa's team distinguished itself by an ag- gressive defense and steady offense. The seniors who 138 performed in outstanding fashion were Mike Prugh, Steve Rosselot, Mike Mallory, Stu Fagan, and Mike Price. 4 Returning for next year's Green Wave are leading l scorer Bob Conley, leading rebounder Steve Gildea, i Rich Hoefling, Mike Sayers, Dan Collesano, and Larry Balewski. This group provides the nucleus of another fine squad. i GREEN WAVE JV BASKETBALL TEAM KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: John Conley, Greg LaCour, Robert Searby. SECOND ROW: Richard Greleclci, Thomas Gildea, Donald longer, Steve Nelson, Edward Millaire. THIRD ROW: Leonard Kruk, Coach Al Ensell's J.V.'s finished the season with a I5-6 record, the best ever for a J.V. team. Again it was desire, determination, and hustle that proved to be the Mgr., John Huntenburg, Wiliam Gambert, Daniel Melunson, Coach Al Ensell, David Mims, Steve LaCour, Frank Nelson, John Hoffman, Mgr. key factors in the J.V. victories. Many of the boys showed the potential of being varsity performers next year. 139 SENIOR PLAYERS IN ACTION Mike Prugh Mall Mich l P X 3 X ' 1 55 P' M - -wx X, -fx N. ,, si W " f X .. N K 2 ui' 9 41 Q , X 4 ks A Q. P' Q ' f ' ': "h 4 ,l4 x avg S Q .W 9 I Q mix i , Y ,, , 4 Q as 5 , "" X , ., 'M' Q. W J xm- Q 'm vs 359- A Q 1 f-41 - ,- K F xv Q' fl' Q Q, , iam, x :xii 'fllvf in i ,N A 33s?l . f QQ Au-.if ,W . 1 i 1 . FACULTY VS. VARSITY Senior boy cheerleudersl you ihink you'll make ihe baskef, COUCl1??? Jim Jennings escorts Murybelh Asher The TRACK TEAM LINES UP W' :sg il fp' FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Gabriele, Dan McCormick, Frank Mowitz. SECOND ROW: Phil Lietz, Gary Beck, Joe Maenza, Mike Maccaro, Joh THIRD ROW: Coach Dick Coley, Mike Deitering, Collesano, Mike Kemmer, Mike Mallory, John Engerran, Jim Jennings, Charles Ruse, LaBrecque, Jeff David Janeczko, Brendan Rock, Pat Hanner, Steve Favis, Bill Brough n Hoffman, Mgr. ton, Stu Fagan. Tim Carey, Mike track team was reorganized this year under the direction of Coach Coley, The team has participated in interschool meets and for a beginning team have done well. LEFT: Charles Ruse demonstrates form in throwing discus. RIGHT: Steve Favis demonstrates form in throwing shot-put. WA-19 Sprinters in the starting position. Distance men in starting position. Mike Mallory successfully attempting the high jump. Stuart Fagan demonstrates the finer points of the high jump 1- I S155 iff- ill ii ' X wk, 'f fglvff I - , f U if Q1 wifi: .. g i ' u, x aj . - .EN .K .x,x lfifjizjf -5- 4' 5 J: tfix fflxrk -rfiix ix ifsvf-ciffis, my 1 -5.-.Mix .xx-ig. :S f-if Q, if mask gg 133' .5k,S'f-ii! - 7 fm-.fit X ijwgs fifj fqifim Si gag , me fgigggl , nf X .435 in S x . if -gy , 'iff f g s Aixlfi, x -cg ,sif- f iiliifkifqsez K ' EN MX, QA -A M ws, fs :Q , uh, -. i:x1..:-QSM. , ADVERTISING Rt. Reverend Monsignor William J. Mullally, P.A. Very Reverend Monsignor Irvine Nugent Reverend Father John Caulfield Reverend Father Bernard Caverly Reverend Father Brendan C. Donnelly Reverend Father Jose Oti Leon's Restaurant Reverend Father Thomas D. Finn Reverend Father Daniel J. 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