Fordham Preparatory School - Ramkin Yearbook (Bronx, NY)

 - Class of 1942

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VVE ARE AYVARE OF THE DANGERS THAT THREATEN OUR LAND BUT WITH EYES FIXED FIRMLY ON THAT BANNER OF STARS AND STRIPES THAT HAS NVAVED TRIUMPHANTLY THROUGH THE PERILS AND DESTRUCTION OF SO MANY PREVI- OUS YVARS, WE FEEL GONFIDENT THAT YVITH GOD'S HELP OUR FLAG AND OUR NATION SHALL NOT NOVV HPERISH FROM THE EARTH." REYEREND JOSEPH B. OCONNELL, SJ Prizzcipal DEDICATION Wlzerz Father joseph B. O'Connell, S.l., became Principal of Fordharn Prep last September, he was not entering a school with which he was un- familiar. For in the not too distant past he had listened as a student in Hughes Hall. And last year, he had been an Instructor in the same pleasant edifice. So, as Principal, he has been able to fathom the heart of the Prep boy and under- stand his problerns. For his sympathy, his energy and his sincerity in guiding the Prep during the past year, we, the Senior Class of IQ42, dedicate this issue of the RAATKIN to Father O'C0nnell. THE FIRST STARS AND STRIPES CAMPUS Gonfenrs FACULTY SENIORS CLASSES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS In hs 47 mime r A 40 .W 'vf' X 0- a 4" W" -fyi JV V, ,, 5..'f,n ,A f u-,Os , 4 lag i ', , 7 9.Lgb", A ., ' 'IH-,-' ' u 'V ...gf fl? ' sv ,1 -'Q - 3, ., . X 4- .is fw- lf 3,41 ,-7.,g.x., , -4,4 , 4, V-v:,,.,1, ff. Iii... . ., ,hw ,v. T. R12 -.Lf --., -ffsuf hr. , mf. 13,2 ' V-,:-.Y-,,..,.' 'l 1... , ,,.,. .,, . .- . 5 'xx E ' 5 jf- Li f .v " 3 1 C' ' Q 'l ' w. , ff,-, . , HW... . ,wed N' '. 'zz'-M: Q-my X-v' -' 'L,. . -ffv JW' , ,2,v':1,.ui3L-,,..., f-gb ra ', fffcs,,-1.,2?a2'f-T, '1,ggy'f.w.,,21'jg,- .-":3",g.H- f , ' fx JL 2 -5 ' " 4 f f' NM .1 ' Q 4 v A , -sw, X ,. 'C W , ff' Q, , , . . . f 'V 4 f 1 f f an Courtesy of the Gallery of Fine Arts, Yale University After six long years of discouragement came the triumph of Yorktown. REVEREND ROBERT I. CANNON, SJ Prcsidwzl of Fordlzam University REVEREND HARDING FISHER, SJ Rector of Fordham University REVEREND ARTHUR V. SHEA, SJ Prefcct of Disnipline REVEREND WILLIAM T. TALLON, SJ Student Counsellor Rev. FYZIFICIS X. Curley, I71Sf7llf'IOV of 171111111 lun Clzwurs Rev. Anthony N. Glaser. l'.I.':' '.1' .. . uv Comm! X Ulhml SRI 1llSfI'lll'fUT of IQFXIQIIHI and Publzc l11xl1'111'lo1' nj Illxlory Sj11'ak1'11g Rev. James M. Murphy, S.4l. Instrurfor of Fourllz Year Classics Rev. Alfred A, Purcell, Irzslrzzclor of English l18l 1 1 1 l 1 Rev. Aloysius M. Torre, S,-I. Instructor of Religion and French A M1. Thomas C. Hennessy, SJ. Instructor of Seconcl and Tlzird Year Classics, Problems of Democ- racy in F Mr. joseph A. Duke. SJ. Mr. John XV. Kelly. SJ. Instructor 0fTl1l7'!l Year Chemistry, Instructor of Tlzirrl Year Latin Instructor of Second and Tlzird f First Year English and Problems Year Alatlzematics of Democracy Mr. Bernard T. McElroy, SJ. Instructor of First Year Classics Mr. john McKinney. Instructor of Scconfl Year Classics U91 Mr. Francis M. Redmond, SJ. Instructor of First Year Classics Mr. Vincent B. Ryan, SJ. Instructor of First Year Classics I Mr. X'Villiznn I,, Reilly, Mr. Frederick NV. NVOIF, lHslr1l1'lm'r1f 'I'fIl'?'Ii Yrur Classifrs Instructm' of First YH11' Classics 1 Mr. vmor R. Yanitelli, 5.1. Rudolph L- Hamish, MA. Instructor of Secrmd Year Latin In5'5TUCl0" Of GC'T"7Un and Gernzarz Edward P. Dunne, A.B. Instructor of Physics and Alatlzenzatics U01 Albert T. Kirchner, M.A. Instructor of Third and First Year Latin ,. P Martin F. Hession, A.B. John W, Lyme, B,S, Iflfffuffvf Of Ffenfh Instructor of Mathematics Harry L. McDonough, A.B. Francis P. Morgan, M.A Instructor of Mathematics I7Z51fTU'CL0f of English james P. Melican, M.A. Instructor of Mathematics U11 94' r , Francis Scanlon, A.B. Plzysiml I7'lSl'T1lCl01' Robert A. Nclml, NIS. Pfvllfick 51193, MA- luslr:u'lur nl Swrmzzl nm! Tlzirzl Inslruclo'r of Fourth Year Lnglzslz Yrrn' Cln.s'si1's mul Semml and Tlzirrl Yfar AfIIlHll'7lIIlfi6'S Joseph A. Trimurco, A.B. Instructor of Second and Fomrlh Your Classics Andrew A. Zuccngnino, MA. II'lSl7'ZlCf0T of Nloclern Language U21 J Francis T. Leddy, A.B Registrar lf ,--,.-,, , H? The storming 0 f Chepultepec, Mexican War, and Old Glory was there af--'1 1 if ,What if inglnga nsnfqct "itii6i 'i IOSIQPI-I VICTOR AIELLO "JOE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Classical Academy 43 Camera Club 43 Track 3, 43 Tennis 43 Handball 23 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4.. ANCELO VICTOR ALPI "FOOT" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 4,3 TQAMKIN 2, 3, 43 Art Club 2, 33 Stage Crew 43 Industrial Arts 1, 23 Inlcrclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. VVILLIAM ANTHONY BARRY 'ABILIX' K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Grand Knight 43 Sodality 1, 2, 3, Consultor 43 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 Classical Academy 1, 23 Football J.V. 1, 2, Varsity 43 Basketball J.V. 1, 2, 3, Varsity 43 Track 43 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. W 'H' Q X f,,:5f A' .X 44 ,f ' f YVILLIAM ROBERT BIDERMANN "XNILLIE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 2, 3, Track 2, 3, CHSAA Handball 1 Champion 1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Council 4, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2, 35 Shakespeare Academy 4. ROBERT EDXVIN BILLMEYER "BILGlE" K.B.S. 2, 3, 4, Sodality 2, 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 41 Swimming 3, Football LV. 25 Class OFF1cer 3, 45 Rampart 43 Athletic Councilman 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 43 Council of Discipline 4, Athletic Council 43 Baseball Mgr. 4. JOHN JOSEPH BRACA "BRACK" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 42 lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 4. 1, 4, Qual Ignaf' ,, 'hint' giant' iiilff 'ruin-n ALFRED JOSEPH BRODERICK HDUTCHH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, IfIl77'll2Il'l'f 4, Debating 3, Council of Discipline 4, Basketball 2, Basketball 22 Classical Club 4, Gaelic Club 4, I11te1'class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ,1osEPH BURKE fQ11M" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sotlality 1, 2, 3, 4, Classical Club 41 Athletic Council 4, Council of Discipline 4, lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Oflicer 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT EMMETT BURNS 'AEMMETTU K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Oflicer 2, Interclass Athletics 1, J.V. Football 3, Varsity 4, Varsity Baseball 4, Debate 1. .1osEPH JOHN CAMPBELL "soUP11J' K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 Basketball 3, 41 Football 3, 43 Inter class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 41 Class Ofhcer 33 Band 13 Cheerleader 2. HARRY MARTYN CARR HSCOTTYH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Swimming 3, Captain 43 Shakespeare 43 R.-Xl'IKlN 212 Council of Discipline 43 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 42 Grand Knight IQ Band 11 Class Ofhcer 2. YVARREN JOSEPH CASSIDY "CASEY" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 13 Debating IQ Soclality 13 Boxing 1, 23 IV. Baseball 13 Class Officer 1, 2, 31 Varsity Basketball 43 Inter- class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. 'ruff' 'fiaii' ,, 'san if gzlnnlf ililii fini..-as X ROBERT LAXVRENCE CELLA "BOB" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Soclality 1, 2, 3, 41 Athletic Council 4, Debating 1, 2Q Baseball Mgr. 3, 43 Band 2, 32 lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 42 Classical Club 2. EDWVARD JOSEPH CHEVINS "EDDIE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4.3 Soclality 2, 3, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 42 Class Ollicer 3, 42 Athletic Council 4. JAMES FRANCIS CCJNWAY, JR. "Jima K.B.S. 1, 2, 43 Sodality 1, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3: Captain 4, Glee Club 1, RAMKIN Business Staff 3, 4, Rampart Business Manager 43 Class Officer 1, 2, 4, Track 1, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Gaelic Club 4. it W RICHARD JOSEPH CORCORAN "BIG DICKH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 23 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Officer 1, 43 Industrial Arts 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Program Cornmittee 4. THOMAS JOSEPH COURTNEY STOMP K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Sanctuary Society 3, 42 De- bating 13 Stage Manager 43 Class President 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 13 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. PATRICK JOSEPH DALY "PAT" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 2, 33 Debating 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4C Shakespeare Academy 4: Class Officer 13 Rampart 43 RAMKIN 1, 2, 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, 41 Elocution Contest 1. X I N I 1, ,pf 'J-'LLM :ana 54w:::ci hr liitil 1 qfirlif' ups. ai' ,gun nf 5 'Riff' s Qsnmtt 3 iitxgat -3 ICDYVARD JAMES DAPARMA "ED" K.lS.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 lnlerclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 11. LAZIQRIAN PATRICK DEERING 'lIRlSl-I" K.B.S. 3, 43 Soclalily 3, 43 Manager Foolball 43 Presiclent Gaelic Club 41 Debaling 3, 43 Council ol Discipline 43 Soclalily Council 4. ANTHONY FRANK DEFEO "TONY" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 42 Soclality 1, 2, 3, 43 Classical Academy 1, 23 Class Officer 21 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. sf"- 1 JOHN MATTHEYV DEL GAUDIO HJOCKOH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, .tg Triterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3 RAQIKIN 4. THOMAS VINCENT DENNING 'LTOMU K.B.S. 1, 23 Oratorical Contest 1, Book Club 1, 25 Class Officer IQ Iiiterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE MITCHELL DICKIE UDICKU K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4g Debating 4, Shakespeare Academy 4, RAMKIN 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. 34 -gtg 'fav' 'final' ,gwaatl G lgqgll harpist Munn QIOHN MATTHEW DISERIO "DIZ', Sodality 3, 45 K.l3.S. 45 Classical Academy 4, Band 3, lnterclass Athletics 2. EDNVARD JAMES DONOHUE L'TEXAS', K.B.S. 2, 3, 41 l1AMKlN 3, 4, lntcrclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. HAROLD DUESSEL "DUKE" Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. BERNARD JOSEPH DUNN "DYNAMITE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Debating 13 Band 2, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3 4, Classical Academy 1, 23 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. YVILLIAM MICHAEL EGAN HBILL7' Y K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 3, 4, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 41 Classical Club 4. RALPH JEROME FALCIANO URHETTU K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Program Committee 4. that i ffl: if 1:01141 wnfnri funn LANVRENCE RICHARD FATA 'AFATEH K.B.S. 2, 43 I11tc1'4:lass Athletics 2, 3, 4. JAMES ANTHONY FLAGG "THE LIGHT" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 25 Intcrclass Athletics 1, 2, 43 Football 1, 2, 5, Class Olliccr 1, 2. NICOLA JOSEPH GARGANO MNICKH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Debating 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, 2, President 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, President 4, Eloculion 2, 45 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4- , , fu ZW' 4 f Y if EUGENE COLLINS GIBNEY K.B.S. 2, 3, 4, Debating 15 Band 1, 23 Sodality 4g Interclass Ath letics 1, 2, 3, 42 Swimming 2, 32 J.V. Football 3, Track 2, 32 Classical Academy 1, 2. JAMES ANDREW GRAHAM "BIG JIM" Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3, 43 Shop Foreman 2, 3, 45 Shakespeare Academy 4, Rampart 45 RAIVIKIN 43 Swimming Team Manager 45 Stamp Club President 45 Can1era Club President 45 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3. GEORGE WILLIAM HAGMAN "TOM I-IARMONH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Assistant Supreme Grand Knight 4, Sodality 1, 2, Assistant Prefect 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-President Senior Year, RLXINIKIN 2, 3, 4, RQW7,f7lL7"l 42 Class Oflicer 2, 3, 4g Council of Discipline, President 4, Athletic Council 4. if Qs, :yd it .ai .' 141 . fgnmi' ,,:wn1-M' ,-, Q lgggtl ' isgygqt 'fiiaaail Q, .5 R Y.. RICHARD GORDON HANLEY 'KDICKH K.li.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Soclality 4Q I2ll77'LjJll,1'l 43 Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 33 Athletic Council 43 Football Assistant Mgr. 43 Track 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. ALFRED JOHN HENRY "A. Mgr. K.B.S. 3, 43 Debating 3, Vice President 43 Shakespeare Academy 3, Vice President 43 Drainatics 3, 4, Elocution 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 3, 4. IOSEPH CARROLL HILLMANN K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Debating 2, 3, 42 RAM141N GIJOPYJ 42 Rctmjmtl' 4. WILSON JOSEPH HODGSON HHEADH K.B.S. Grand Knight 1, 2, 3, 42 Sodality 2, Consultor 3, 4, Coun cil of Discipline 4, Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Class OfHCC1' 2, 3 4, Stage Crew 4, Baseball 1, 2, Swimming 3, Interclass Ath letics 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS JOSEPH HORY "TOM" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, Classical Academy 4, Council of Discipline 4, Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, MARTIN FRANCIS JORDAN "MARTY" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sanctuary Society 4, Band 2, 3, 4, RAMKIN 31 Ramjymt 4, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 x ,lLs,,,,c: A-'nuff J Q 1 ir:::.zm f 1 1 l X 1 l I 1 .tiff J':1rn41'4W 'riff' , 'Kali Nanci 'fun-n FRANCIS XAVIER KANE, NIR. "POP" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Soclality 43 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball M21llHgL?l' 43 Cou11cil of Discipline 45 Athletic Council 45 Class Ollicer 2, 33 lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. I-HLARY MOORE KEATING 'AHILN Track 1, Football 2, 3, 4.5 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,g Baseball 2, 3, 43 Sanctuary Society 2, 3, 4, K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Soclality 1, 2, 3, 43 I11- terclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Ollicer 3. JOHN JOSEPH KENNEDY HHAPPY7' K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 41 Sodality 45 Athletic Council 4, Band 3 RAMKIN 3, 4, Press Club 1, Program Committee 4. JOHN ANDREVV KILLORAN K'TIlVI" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Usher 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, Council 4, Classical Academy 2, President 45 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 1, 2, 3, Secretary 43 Ramjaart 42 Gaelic Club Secretary 4, Track Mgr. 4, Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3. MATTHEVV HARRY KINGSTON "MATTIE" K.B.S. 1, Band IQ Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 49 Baseball 3, 43 Sodality 43 Athletic Council, President 43 Class Officer 3, 4. THOMAS FRANCIS LENANE "LEE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball j.V. 3, Varsity 4, Student Council 4, Council of Discipline 43 Sanctuary Society 3, 4, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 42 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. x 'U , 'u'L'1-ani' '-7!.'222'l- W "ann rasv' 'nal' his 110' 'func' l D ss-we IZDXVARD STEPHEN LUBOJA "ED" K.l3.S. 1, 2, 3, 111 Sodality 1, 2, 43 Track 4, l11d11strial Arts l'1'eside11t 45 Hand 13 Inlerclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Class Ollicter 2, Dance Co1nn1ittee 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH LUTZ 'LBILIJ' Sodality 3, 45 K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 211 Sanc- tuary Society 1, 2, 32 Sacristan 43 Interelass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 42 Ramjmrt 4. 'IOHN EDWARD LYONS "MONK" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Interelass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Handball Chain- pion 1, 2, 3, 43 Shakespeare Academy 4, Science Club 2, 3. DANIEL PETER MALANGA "MOE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 15 Debating 15 Class Officer 21 lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3. HARRY ANTHONY MALLON HHAIRY' K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Debating 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Dramatics 2, 3, 45 RAMKIN 3, 4, Editor 41 Rampart 45 Elocu- tion Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Classical Academy 45 Council of Disci- pline 45 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE JOSEPH MARCHESI "MOUSEY" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. X I X 1 I:'1'll" mfnnmf "3!""'L'2 iii 'flhwaai 'Vinum 'Quai' :nnav Haan- 4 ,f ,fwnntl f 'Nanci' l f ifnnn 1 X IIOSICPH AIOACHIM MARTIN K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Shakespeare Academy 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec:1'etary Presiclent 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Debating 2, 3, '1i!'C2lSlll'CI' 4, 1fll?I7fNl7'l 43 Student COLl1lCll 4, Elo- cution 1, 2, 4, Prize Debate 2, 4. CHURCH RICHARD MCELROY NBRAINH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, Shakespeare Academy 4, Classical Academy 1, 2, Press Club 2Q Glee Club 2, Sanctuary Society 1, 21 Program Committee 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH JAMES MCENTEE UTYRONEH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shakespeare Academy 4, Classical Academy 1, 2 Press Club 1, 2, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, Program Committee 4, In terclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. If may EDYVARD THOMAS MCGETTIGAN "BIG ED" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 1, 45 Shakespeare Academy 49 Band 2, 31 Gaelic Club 43 Interclass Athletics 1. 2, 3, 4- CHRISTOPHER NIAMES MCVVADE "CHRIS" Football 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Soclality 43 K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gaelic Club 4. , , JOSEPH HENRY MILLER 'EGLENNH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 41 Sodality 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 43 Track 45 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Shakespeare Academy 3, 45 RANIKIN, Student Business Mgr. 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Coun- cil of Discipline 42 Student Council 45 Class Officer 1. :tacit tiff 'Dina if :,,,,g,a liiilii 'Winch IAMES ALOYSIUS MITCHELL "MITCH" K.l3.S. 1, 2, 3, ,IQ Soilzilily 1, 2, 3, Council 41 Football -l.V. 3, V21l'hlly' 4, Dclmziiiiig' 1: Iiilerclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball ,LIC fJlllC'L'l' 1 Sz111c'l11z11'y Socinly 1, 2, 35, 43 Bancl ll Sluclenl Council 411 Class ' 5 I OVVEN PAUL MONAGI-IAN "O'WNIE" K.li.S. 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 31 Sliakespeare Acrzicleniy 43 Inlerelziss Alhlelics 1, 2, 3, 4, Prograiii Comiiiillee 4. JAMES PETER MORELAND "JIM" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 31 IJFZIITIHIICS Ranzjmrt 4.5 Interelass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2 B. YVILLIAM MOYLAN "TOYLAND" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Usher 43 Soclality 1, 2, 3, Second Assistant Prefect 41 Football 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 43 Athletic Council 41 Rtmzpart 43 Debating 1, 2, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 2, 35 Sanctuary Society 4. PHILIP MICHAEL MULCAHY "PHIL" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Grand Knight 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3, Prefect 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Inter- class Atl1letics 1, 2, 3, 42 Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Rcmzjmrt 4, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Councilman 2, 3. .IOI-IN MARTIN MULLANE "MOONHEAD" 1, 2, 3, 42 Sodality 2. 3, 41 Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 4, Classical Academy 4, Industrial Arts 1, 2, 4, President 33 Council of Discipline 4, Athletic Council 4, Basketball 3, Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4. W I X v u'Q'rnv" sfhrsml "f72""L'L an y 'Wanna 'inn-as s ,gif 'inn af' :hun ai :aqanii mangas mangas 1 MICIHAICI, KEARNEY MULRY "MIKE" K.lS.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Sotlalily 1, 2, 41 Debating 13 Sanctuary Society 1, 2. 3, 43 Baseball 43 lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD NVIl,I.lAlVI MURPHY "MURPH" KBS. 1, 2, 3, 43 Soclalily 3, 43 Debating 13 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Class l'1'esic,lcnt 23 Press Club 1. JOHN JOSEPH MURRAY K'MUR" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Usher 43 Sotlality 1, 2, 3, Council 43 Sanctuary Society 2, 3, 43 Debating 13 Classical Academy 4, Track lj Rampart 43 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. QIOSEPH CHRISTOPHER MURRAY "LITTLE TOE" K.B.S. 1. 2. 3. 4: Band 1. 2. 5. 4: Tennis IQ lnterclass Athletics 1, 2. 3. 4Q Industrial Arts 4: Gaelic Club 4j Boxing 1. 2: Class Ollicer 1, 2. CHARLES HENRY NETTER "BUD" K.B.S. 1. 2. 3. Grand Knight 4: Sodality 1. 2. Eirst Prefect 4. Eootball 3. 4: Baseball 3. Varsity 4: Athletic Council. Presi- dent 4: Sanctuary Society 1, 2. 5, 4: Classical Club 2, 4: Interclass Athletics. ROBERT THOBIAS NOYOTXY 'BOB' K.B.S. 1. 2. 5. 4Q Sodality 4: Basketball IX. 2. Varsity 4: Football LY. 3. Varsity 4: Track 2: Classical Acacleiny 4: Shakespeare Academy 4: Swiinining QQ lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4: Art Club 1: 2, Sf -L- r 1 a u 'ruff' fgnxff' ,paw if Q Ugg-'QI 'fn-if 'inch-in EDWARD GORDAN O'BERST "EGOB" K.P1.S. 1, 2, 3, 42 Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 45 Football 45 lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Press Club 2. Wll,l.lAlVI JACOB OICHRLEIN "WII.l,IE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Usher 43 Soclality 1, 2, 3, Council 43 Shakespeare Academy 4Q lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Oihcer 2Q Soclality Council 45 Gaelic Club 4. WILLIAM HENRY O'LEARY "GOOD SHEPHERD" K.B.S. 2, 3, 42 Shakespeare Academy 4, Press Club 25 lnterclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Program Committee 4. I JOHN KEVIN O'NElLL "RED" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 42 Sodality 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 42 Art Club 3, 4 Debating 13 Track 23 Classical Academy 1, 21 Interclass Athletics VITO VENERO PAGANO "PUDGY" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Usher 43 Sodality 1, 2, 3, Publicity Mgr. 43 De- bating 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4: Shakespeare Academy 3, Secretary 43 RAMKIN 3, 43 ,Rampart 43 Classical Academy 43 Band 23 Sanctuary Society 4, lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Oihcer 1, 2. ROBERT HAROLD PARROTT HBOBH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Head Usher 43 Sodality 1, 2, 3, Second Assistant Prefect 43 Debating 1, 2, 3, President 43 Prize Debate 2, 43 Dra- matics 2, 3, 43 Rampart Ed. 43 RAMKIN 2, 3, 43 Athletic Council 4, Council of Discipline 43 Shakespeare Academy 3, 43 Class Presi- funnel: 'funn Ss X dent 2, 43 Tennis 43 Classical Academy 4. X I . 531:32 '-!21'!.'L'1 15221 D xiii I X NX X I.-XMES VINCENT QUINN "IAGO" K.lS S. 1, 2, 42 Debating IQ Sodality 1, 2Q Press Club 1, 2: Book Club 1, 25 Class Olbccr 1, 21 Classical Academy 1, 2. THOMAS DONALD QUINN "T,-UVMQ' K,B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Soclalily 1, 2, 3, 45 I11Lc1'cilass Sporls 1, 2, 3, 42 Cliccr Lcaclcrr 4: Rnnijmrl 45 IlAAIKIN 41 Debating 35 Gaelic Club 45 Classical Club 4. THOMAS MATTHEXV REDMOND "FAGIN" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1, 2, Council 41 Band Secretary 2 President 3, 45 Classical Acacleiny 45 lmei-class Athletics 1, 2, 3 45 Class Ollicer 15 Glee Club 1. Rt if islfff? 22471 ,4 , 2s H.. - - -! ""11f ' gj I' -1" LC1 Q. sf illkiiev. IJ., BX, ..--..f.1- 1 ,K :Q 136, gf . L ,-Q AT" -. limfw 'is' Q 1' +555 X- 31,13 if 5,J,4, x V 1 CARL JOSEPH REICHENWALLNER UADMIRAL' K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Sodality 43 Debating 1, Press Club 1, Stage Crew 4 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3. 4. JOHN ALOYSIUS REILLY HGABBYH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 41 Sodality 1, 2, Track 4, lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 31 4- NICHOLAS ANDREVV ROSSANO "NICK" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 2, 3, 43 Art Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatics 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, J.V. 1, 2, 33 Band 13 Sanctuary 42 RAB'IKlN gg Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. rcai' 'nuff' 1-wana: 'annul nassaui ivinnatn 8 . RICHARD ROBERT SCHILLING HSCHILIJ' K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Usher 43 Soclalily 3, Council 43 Basketball 3, 43 Athletic Council 43 lnlerclass Sports 1, 2, 3, 41 R11nzj2111'L 42 Coun- cil ol' Discipline 43 Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Classical Academy 43 Tennis 4. BERNARD MICHAEL SCI-INAPPAUF "BEN" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4,2 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Interclass Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 33 Classical Academy 4. HARRY JOSEPH SCHUM HHARRYH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Soclality 3, 43 Track 33 Tennis 41 Rnmjmrl 4 Classical Academy 43 Intcrclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK JEROME SEITZ "FRECK" K.B.S. 3, 45 Soclality 3, 4, lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimmin 4. JOSEPH FRANCIS SHEA HBALDYU K.B.S. 3, 4, Sodality 4, Shakespeare Academy 45 Gaelic Club 45 Interclass Athletics 3, 4. EDYVARD FRANCIS SMITH "SNUFFY" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1, Classical Academy 1, 25 Football IV. 3, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. X ' N - if uffruicl gfnnaah ,zninli 4 isnt' hannah 'funn h v it gmail: Q 1 1 :P-gm f an ., 'icuii VALENTINE JOSEPH SPIEGEL "SPIEG" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3, Football 3, 4, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3. 4, Boxing 2, 3. VICTOR JOSEPH STEPHENS "STEVE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4, Debating 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 4, Prize Debate 22 Dramatics 2, 3, 42 Elocution 21 R1m1,j,m1'L Mgr. Ed. 4, RA1v1141N 41 Track 3, 4, Tennis 4, Cheerleader 4, Shakes- peare Academy 3, 4, Classical Academy 4, lnterclass Sports 1, 2, 3f 4- MERRILL BERNARD SUTTER "STEVE" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Assistant Supreme Grand Knight, 4, Sodality 1, 2, Secretary 3, Prefect 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Dra- matics 3, 4, Interelass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 1, 21 Shakespeare Academy 4. EDWARD HENRY THAETE "ED" K.B.S. 3, 45 RAMKIN 3, 4, Rampart 45 Camera Club 4, Interclass Athletics 3, 4. AUGUST JOHN TOLOMER 'KAUGIEU K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 23 lnterclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK LAWRENCE VITA "FRANK" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, gc was if' nnil' :han If ifitiili , iihfgti fungus X l.liO JOSEPH VIZIAN "VIZ" K.B.S. 1, 2, 45 Soclality 1, 2, 3, .43 Debating 2, 3, 43 Rn1npr11't qi Band 2, 45 Sliakcspcarc Acaclcniyg Glce Club 1. IEIJWARIJ FRANCIS WAI,SH "BOSS" K.l5.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Classical Academy 25 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 5 Press Club 2Q Pro fram ClJ1Il1IllllCC 4 5 fl JOSEPH IZDVVARD WALSH "LITTLE IIOEI' K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 41 Debating 1, Varsity Football 43 Assistant Basketball Mgr. 35 Track 1, 2Q Gaelic Club 4, Inter- class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 3. THOMAS JOHN VVALSI-I "SKIP" K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Football 2, 33 Track 1 Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Classi cal Academy 43 Class Officer 1, 2, 3. WAYNE MICHAEL WEISNER WVHIZH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, Usher 45 Sodality 2, 3, Council 45 Debating 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice-President 4, RAMKIN 43 Rampart 43 Dra- matics 3, Shakespeare Academy 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Classical Academy 45 Prize Debate 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Senior Co-presi- dent. JOHN MARION WILSON HMARIONH K.B.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4, Classical Club, Secretary 43 Ram- jaart 45 Track 2. I ' 1 I: c f 'ttf' finish' :fungal fnni' supine! naqgnn PASQUALIQ FRANCIS YANITELLI 'APATH K.I5.S. 1, 2, 3, 41 Inllcuilzlss Athletics 1, 2, 3, 42 Student Council 4. THE STAR-SPANGLIZD BANNER O say, can you see, by the dawnfs early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous fight O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming! Anal the rockets' rerl glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. O say, does that star-spanglecl banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? U31 Courtesy of the New York Historical Society Not even a great civil war could make a lasting division of our flag 41-X OFFICERS PHILIP M. lVlULCIAHY .. .......... ...... I 'wf.s'i1lm1l EDYVARD CHEVINS .... . . . Vicz:-1'Awf.s'idm1A NIATTHEXV KlNcsToN .. ...... Sm:wflrm'y BERNARD DUNN .... ................ . . 7'w:n.s1.m:ir INSTRUCTORS REV. F. X. CURLEY, SJ. MR. M. F. H15ss1oN MR. E. P. DUNN Rav. L. V. ABBOTT, SJ. MR. V. R. YANITELLI, SJ. MR. F. P. MORGAN 66 ARTING is such sweet sorrow" . . . These famous words fully express the deep sentiments we of 4-A feel at this highlight of our lives, graduation from Fordham Prep. Mingled with the joy of graduation is an unmistakable pang of sadness at the thought of ending our pleasant sojourn at Hughes Hall. Mfhen first it was our pleasure to enter the ancient portals of Fordham Prep, we found ourselves divided into two sections, 1-A and 1-B, and during the three years this severance lasted, a fierce rivalry was fully developed between the :'A's,' and the "Bls'l. In our senior year, however, we were combined into one class. Then, through the incorporated efforts of Fr. l60l 1-.Q-. 5 Curley, Fr. Abbott, and Mr. Morgan, our senior professors, we were united in a loyal class spirit. Although the union between the two classes did not exist before senior year, we feel that in enumerating our various achievements we should men- tion them as the accomplishments of the unit 4-A. The honors of Prefect and Supreme Grand Knight, and First Assistant Prefect and First Assistant Supreme Grand Knight were bestowed on Phil Mulcahy and Merrill Sutter respectively. Bill Moylan proved himself to be a more than capable Head Usher of the Sodality, while Bill Barry and Ralph Falciano, in the dual role of Consultor and Grand Knight, proved valuabel aids to Father Tallon. On the athletic field 4-A was well known. Phil Mulcahy was elected co-captain of the football team, and Ed O'Berst headed the baseball team. Many a victory was assured the net and racket men under the shrewd gen- eralship of George McElroy. For three full seasons "Steve" Sutter and Nick Rossano formed a terrific combination at the ends. "Steve" was also one of the mainstays of the varsity basketball team, and Nick, a talented first-baseman, did yeoman work for the diamond squad as did Matty King- StO11, President of the Athletic Council. Mfhen it came to high jumping Dick Corcoran reigned supreme, and John Reilly, a rather quiet individual, proved himself to be a big noise in the 440 yard dash. Bill Moylan not only won a berth for himself on the Prep football team but also joined Phil Mulcahy in forming 4-A's representation on the Maroon swimming team. This pair also held positions on the Rampart. Phil was Sports Editor and Bill reported sports events. Twice we won the interclass basketball tournament, and the names of John O'Neil, Ed Smith, Tom Denning and Bernie Dunn were ever present when the forces of 4-A went forth to battle in the Hughes Hall gym or on the K'Quad,'. Jack Lyons fought his way to the winner's berth in the hand- ball tourneys, while Ed Chevins and Bill Bidermann won the doubles of the handball contests for four successive years. In addition to the above mentioned names the athletic honor roll at the Prep includes and honors Ed Chevins, Joe Campbell, Bill Barry, Bob Novotny and Gene Gibney, all of whom saw action on the gridiron. Camp- bell, Barry and Novotny also held places on the varsity basketball team. Bob Cella is likewise deserving of recognition for his services as manager of the baseball team. Hfhenever there was a question of scholastic achievements, Bernie Dunn, John O'Neil, Jim Quinn and Tony DeFeo were thought of first. John Kennedy, Kodak expert, Bill OlLeary, Ed VValsh, Owen Monaghan, Bill Bidermann and Bob Novotny helped Mr. Morgan in the difiicult task of producing a football program. To record all the sterling qualities of these fine fellows would indeed be dimcult. Their days at Fordham Prep ended, they shall go forth into a particularly troubled world, and relying on the excellent training they have received, they will do their bit to heal this war-festered world of its many infirmities. PHILIP MULCAHY, '42 l61l 3 . 1 rg-v 4C OFFICERS Ronrgvqr PARROT1' .. ....,.......... ...... 1 J'l'If,S'idIfllL CHARLES NETTER . . . . . . V ice-Pwf.s'idm1.g JOHN MULLANE . . ................ .... T reasvtrer INSTRUCTORS Rev. W. T. TALLON, SJ. MR. -I. T. Tkiivmkco REV. L. V. ABBOTT, S.l. MR. R. L. HANISH MR. A. A. ZACCAGNINO THESE two pages of print can do little more than act as a crystal ball-giving spark to the machinery of each one of our minds-conjuring up before us now the phantoms of four years at the Prep,-bridging in memory the happy gap between a fuzzy group of freshmen and a ready band of 27 men. How real these years of change seem now, as we peer into our two-page crystal ball! First Schola Brevis .... Father Bona's voice calling "One C-Mr. Flanagan." . . . Throbbing hearts .... Mr. Flanagan's handsome smile-and the class nights he'd run .... Latin rudiments via the German accent of Mr. Songster .... l62l Bitter cold at our first Xavier grid classic-the last minute 13-12 victory .... Prep basketeers seizing the Bronx-XfVestchester championship in a thrilling overtime duel with Mount St. Michael .... The Prep play, "Comedy of Errors" .... Vito Pagano in a short costume! . . . May devotions .... The outing .... Prize day. Soplzomores' . . . Mr. Casey grinning like a Cheshire cat as we face Caesar. . . . Mr. Bangert's oral drills in Greek .... Mr. McDonough's Geometry with a Boston twang .... History with Mr. Flattery! . . . Thanksgiving and another triumph over the Cadets .... Mr. Clancy adopts us for Latin, Greek and History. . . . The newspaper, "Videre"-for one issue llfile lriedlj .... Mr. Morgan teaching English and explaining how to pack sandwiches for a picnic .... X'Vayne Wleisner telling jokes in the Junior Prize Debate .... Vic Stephens play- ing Lady Calpurnia in "Julius Caesar" .... We are softball champs in junior division! Wle are introduced to jimim'-C, to a new principal, Father Redmond, and to Mr. Kirschner .... Splitting up for French and German .... Winning the interclass basketball crown from seniors .... Mullane and Hory playing Varsity basketball .... Daly, Mallon, Donohue and Parrott writing for the RAMKIN .... "Oliver Twist" with seven C-men in the cast .... "Willie" Lutz,-baseball and the cap that would not stay put .... Three-C leading the Province in Greek, Latin and Math. Another new principal, Father O'Connell,-and senior year .... Four-C acquires four new members: joe Aiello, questioner supremeg Dick Shilling whose basketball talent equals his scholastic achievementsg Harry Schum of "Schumbody else is taking my place" fameg and John VVilson, the mad genius .... Mr. Trimarco asserting "Wle will learn Virgil" .... Father Tallon delving into Greek prelections .... Tom Hory chewing gum .... 'lMagi" Weisher as co-president of senior year .... "Poker Faceu Redmond playing lwithj the organ for K.B.S. and Sodality .... The birth of the RAMPART-and Bob Parrott sleeping thereafter in the morning periods .... "Manny" Hanley managing, "Chuck" Netter carrying the ball-and the football team beating all its foes except the Mount and Qwoe of woeslj Xavier .... The first Tea Dance .... jack Killoran reading the Times and acting as beadle .... "Dutch" Broderick reading the Tribune and quoting sports statistics .... Handsome jack "Chalk Dust" Murray, quiet john Mullane, and "Hotlicks" Redmond making all the wisecracks. . . . The class claiming "Burke did it!"-and smiling Tom Wlalsh, artist Jim More- land and "Diz" Diserio getting all the blame .... Tom Quinn and Benny Schnap- pauf hurrying home to Queens .... History with Father Abbott .... joe Hill- mann objecting to Father Abbott's opinions .... U. S. declares war while we are at Sodality Communion Breakfast .... First Aid sessions .... HIOOZZQN Netter becomes Sodality prefect .... Senior retreat with Father Mlheeler, .... Military drill .... "Mr, Motof' Stephens with a jewish accent in l'Brother Orchid" .... Time passing .... Province exams coming. The work of our crystal ball is done. lt cannot tell us what's to come. But may it often re-awaken for us the echoes of memories that lie happily in our hearts-re-awaken them to thoughts of "school days" past. Roisizizr PARROTT, 542 l63l 4D o1fE1t1ERs Tnomfxs COURTNIQY . . . ............... ..... I J7'If.X'2'd!f7ll JAMES CONXVAY . . . . . . If'ir'1f-ljwfsfflrfrlZ JANIES NIITCHELL . . . ...... Ser.'reL1n'y THOMAS LENANE . . . .........,........ . . . Tren.su1'er INSTRUCTORS REV. J. M. NIURPHY, SJ. MR. E. P. DIJNNE REV. L. V. Auuorr, SJ. MR. M. F. l-lEss1oN REV. W. T. TALLON, SJ. MR. P. J. SHEA AT LAST, the end of the trail is in sightg our days at the Prep are coming to an end. We entered as wide-eyed fellows fresh out of grammar school, some of us tall but most of us short and all with a sense of humor. The first year we met Latin and Baculus the Centurion, who gave us an idea that there were tougher things ahead. However, we were pulled through by the amazing Mr. Songster, SJ. In second year most of us took Greek and Mr. Blewett, SJ., for a rather bumpy ride. As juniors, despite Mr. Hanish's guidance we really went through the same struggles as Xenephon did in trying to cover l64l the Anabasis. At the same time, Mr. Shea had the difficult task of making Inter- mediate Algebra stick in our minds. The all too notorious Catiline caused trouble both for us as well as the Roman Senate. Yet, with Mr. Reilly and Mr. Kirchner paving the way, we broke the surface and burst into senior year, little the worse for wear. VVe were fortunate in Ending Father Murphy our instructor in the Classics for our senior year and through his hard work and ours, we are now coming forth with a well-rounded education. Mr. Dunne did his best to teach us why apples fall from t1'6CS and Mr. Hession attempted to enlarge our knowledge of the French language. Father Tallon helped us to "Answer YfVisely" in the Religion class and Mr. Shea made us members of King Arthur's round table in the English class. Last, but in no way the least, Father Abbott per- suaded us to appreciate American History with the aid of a certain little wooden club. Now, just a few words about ourselves.. lA7ith the mention of football around the Prep one will always think of Tom Courtney knocking opposing players all over the fieldg the hard tackles of Tom Lenaneg .lim Mitchell who played a great game at centerg and Bob Burns who played in the back field along with Val Spiegle. In the basketball world at the Prep, besides Hil Keating we had Mfarren Cassidy who for a small fellow played a top-notch game of ball. In the swimming pool one was sure to find Harry Carr. Outside, on the cinder path, Joe Miller could be found running in circles, and when Spring came around and baseball took the spotlight at the Prep, we had Tom Lenane, Tom Courtney, Bob Burns, Mike Mulry, Jim Mitchell and Hil Keating giving their strength to Coach Graham's diamond forces. Athletics were not the only activity to which 4-D gave its manpower. Joseph Martin, every year, brought honors to the school and class by his eloquence in oratory and his Hne acting. He again showed his talents in the Rampart and Harry Carr did likewise in the RAMKIN. Jim Conway and Joe Miller could be found doing their part to hold up the money end of our publications. In the class room the witty remarks of Bill Egan always came when most needed to ease the strain of a tough period. The wonder boy of the room, however, was jim Flagg, who before class could get up a Latin translation faster than anyone else. Pat Yanitelli and Ed DeParma were also fine students. Our class possessed Ireland's gift to Fordham, Laz Deeringg the long and short of it in big Jim Graham, a camera fiend, and little Joe Murray. Dan Malanga and Don Murphy, the bosses of the candy store, were our big business men, to- gether with Larry Fata, who was said to be a real politician in his district. Two fellows who were forever astounding us with their knowledge of current affairs were Leo Vizian and Harry Duessell. Fred Seitz amazed us with his knowledge of English grammar, and Ed Luboja would overwhelm us with his new ideas on the use of electricity. We also had, as all classes do, our own Ujitterbugl' in Augie Tolomer, a normal fellow until he hears the beat of a drum. VVell, now it is all over. Four years of hard work have at last brought their reward, and upon completing our education at the Prep we wish to say to the Faculty: You have made us appreciate the value of a true education, to our fellow graduates: We'll be seeing you. HARRY CARR, 142 l65l -. A: , gi: 1 -- 2, O- 4 . ,MI I 53414 I :L..iI, e . U ,A 'fee-" sw LQ , Q ea ,- I q, .Q L.f. ,j.1 I 4.1-4 V .. -. 52...-at -'mi Q If I "ie-'I 4E OFFICERS GEORGE HAGMAN .... ............ . .. Pwfsizlwll CHRISTOPI-IISR MCJMIAIJIC .. .. I'izfff-Pwf.s'z'dff11,I Ro1n3:R'1' B11,i,1v11cY15R . . . ..... S!?!,'7'!illL1'jJ VVILSON Honcsow .. .. Twfastwcr INSTRUCTORS Ruv. M. MLIRPHY, Mk. F.. P. IJUNNE REV. L. V. Aimo'r'r, MR. M. F. HIZSSION Rizv. IN. T. TALLCJN, MR. R. L. HANISH MR. F. P. IVIORGAN FTER four years of joy and sorrow, success and failure, we the class of 412, Jroudl ste J forth to take our Jlaee amon ' the alumni of Fordham Pre v I Y I I 8 I The joy ol' Iinally attaining that long desired diploma is dimmed by the realiza- tion that we have come to the parting of the ways. All of us must leave Fordham Prep, her traditions and ever helpful faculty, but hardest of all we must leave one another. I66I 'We started First Year in different classes and it was not u11til Seco11d Year that we really came together as a Science class. lYe saw and we conquered Caesar's Gallic YVa1's with the help of the vivacious Mr. Casey. Messrs. Melican, McDonough and Shea took turns trying to convince us that x plus y does 11ot equal 2Xy. H'e started off our Chemistry course literally witl1 a bang. Someone poured the wrong solution into the wrong test tube and the resulting explosion woke up several of the 111ore studious members of tl1e class. In Fourth Year we were introduced to Fr. Murphy and Yirgil. At first we were a little afraid of both. but as the year wore on our fear of the fonner turned to respect, while for the latter we just cultivated a nodding acquaintance. XVe also met Fr. Abbott. who helped us fonn correct opinions on the war. As our days at Fordham Prep became numbered, events happened swiftly. George Hag-man was elected co-president of Senior year. "Bob" Billmeyer, George Hagman and Frank Kane were chosen members of Fr. Shea's select Athletic Council. Carl Reichenwallner won the mythical championship for faithful attendance at "jug". So that posterity may not think we devoted all our time to studies, we must enumerate some of our outstanding extra-curricular activities. 4-E had more than its share of gridiron greats in George Haganan, Frank Kane, "Chrisl' Mcfilade, "joe" Ufalsh and Frank Vita. The "Hag" will long be remembered for the winning pass, which he caught, for a 7 to 0 win over Xavier in 19.10. Frank Kane has been a tower of strength for the past two years in his tackle position. "Chris" MclVade quarterbacked one of the best Prep teams in recent years, and his talented toe rolled up many an extra point. George Dickie more than once brought the spectators to their feet with his mad dashes down the side lines. He sold a lot of programs that way. "XVillie" Hodgson captained all our class teams, in victory and defeat, but mostly in victory. George Marchesi, the co-captain of track in 1941, skipped over the cinders for a city championship in the 50 yard dash. John Braca played a slick first base on the class football team. The silvery tones of John Henry and "Nick" Gargano resounded more than once through the aisles of Collins Theatre as they lent their talents to debates, plays and oratorical contests. "Martyn jordan blew a hot clarinet in the school band while Angelo Alpi divided his artistic talent between tl1e art club and the RAMKIN. "YVillie" Oehrlein was remarkable for his attendance at Prep games. 'jockon Del Gaudio managed to finish his four years with one of the best schol- astic records in the class. No one was safe in class including the teachers from the prying eye of "Ed" Thaete's candid camera. 'flidl' McGettigan with his sharp, Irish sense of humor kept us all entertained. "Joe" Shea often amused us with his thrilling experiences at Bridgeport. Now we have finished our four years together, and we set out upon o11r diverse paths. But whether we go to work or continue our studies at college or enlist in the armed forces of our nation, we shall always remember the friends and friendship we formed at Fordham Prep. GEORGE Dicxni, '42 l67l 3A lfrrml Row: ml. Ilzlllinan, M. l'12llil'lSl, Mr. xl. XV. Lylllc, Mr. Kelly. Scncsc, P. Mcflzlll. Srrmzrl lfrmv: Al. Mooney. I.. lXI1llllCl'll, H. Benson, A. FCl'l'Zll'l, ll. Kent. 'I'l1irrl lfmv: W. Flynn, H. Prosser, R. Mallci, R. Keane, Repko, I". 0'Ncill, T. 0'l3rien. 4?-4X'Q4vr , 3C Front Row: C. Robinson, G. Robinson. XV. Klein, A. Kiriacon, Rev. A. A. Purcell, SJ., Mr. Shea. C. Regan, IS. Collins, G. Mulligan. Second Row: YV. O'Leary, B. Hayes, E. Powers, E. leger, XV. McLorn, M. Capuano, J. Mfalsh. R. Roberts. Third Roux' F, -Iessop, R. Schock, J. Carolan. P. Brenan, H. Jaelael. Fourtlz Roux' Hart. Carroll, Barrett, duParc. Fifth Row: Prather, F. Lazzaroni, XV. O'Donnell, G. Sullivan. Sixth Row: L. Bangert, J. Lynch, G. Hamilton, G. Fitzgerald. Front Row: Mr. XV. Reilly, SJ., Mr. A. Kirchner. B. Connolly, M. Byrne, O. Black, T. Steels, D. Lawler, B. Connolly, S. Timashelf, XV. Shiels. Second Row: A. Lerch, R. Gibbs, Lewis, XV. Henchy, Gorey, G. Lynch, XV. Ryan, V. DeBaun, D. Erath. E. Magee, D. Wenherbee. Third Row: D. Baron, XV. NVidrnaier, lV. Hayes, E. Goebeler, E. Santoro, YV. Sullivan, H. Reinhardt, P. jowise, R. Frei, D. Hallock, R. Moloney, F. Byrn, E. Bauer, L. Miggins. , -' f X... fig, -W 1 -'Q S 'AC 3E Front Row: H. Gerkin, C. Gaertner, Mr. J. A. Duke, SJ., F. Murphy, R. De Natale. Second Row: T. Mclivily, C. Rappe, W. Riehl, R. Donnelly, R. Mihok, A. Germano, E. Carroll. Third Row: E. Duffy, P. Brody, G. Mellen, Hickey, VV. Roper, A. Coli. Fourth Row: R. Leidenfrost, G. Patton, F. Hirsch, T. Marinak, G. Miller. Fifth Row: T. Forman, J. Dragoni, C. Theissen, T. Waters. R+.-L. L ZA Ifrmfl lfmw: P. 'l'sol11'is, 'l'. fyflllllllflll ll. Grccn. Mr. j. McKinney. D. fiLll'l'0ll, E. H111 I.. SlL'lllliLlllllD. - lil-2 ner, Srmml lhmi: G. 'l'llL'Oll2llKl, R. Runncy. IS. f,'fl2ll'l'Ull, Ii. Reilly, 'l'. fLOl'lIl1lll. 'l'. Hickey, R. Baker, R. XVl1ilL'. Tlzirrl lfmv: lf, Rvclu, W. lflngcls. R. O'C1onncll, -I. lloiilczivy, 'l'. Hickey, Rlifillllf, O'I.c:11'y, W. Cliilsml. lfflllfffl Rnziu' l', Clnllcn, W. lNlc'C11llic, I". Orscrinniiclo, 'I'. Gill, G. Donnelly. Top Roni: 'l'. Miinnion. ll. 'l'11ln'i1ly, P. Cinelli. 'ji -J Egan rf., 1' Q3"'gv:g pm: ::' -5 Vfjm' , N - g "uf, f H.-,-' iii? . V -1. ' -z -1 f 1 . mm' '1 1 -' . 14 :L . 5,5-.xw . J Li ,miig 2 ZC Front Row: R. Rehin, Daly, Mr. T. C. Hennessy. SJ., M. Bergin, NI. Casey. Second Row: R.'Henze. J. XVlI1ClilO1iSI. M. Ohnikian, A. Scolaro, J. Allan, G. Smith. Third Row: R. Rowe, Nlclivily, Cl. Shields. Healey. R. Maher. , D18-2, Fourtlz Razr: Ii. O'Xeill. R. Hughes. G. Smyth, L. Santini, J. McGuinn, R. Bermingham, J. Alicozlle. Fifth Rozy: Clowhig. G. XVz1g11er. R. McDonough, OlH3g3I1, Sweeney. Top Row: j. McGowan, E. Sansa, H. Frank, G. Hlinter. ZD Front Row: XV. Netter A. St. Jacques, Mr. Francis Morgan, M. Cipollnro, P. O'Rotnke. Svroncl Row: Ryan, Clyne, B. Mztruno, A. Hlickel, Kaine, Egan, Allan, M. Burke, J. Hlalsh. Third Row: Bzirdes, Burke, O'Brien, XV. McCarthy, G. Rzichko, Morris, Spink. Fourth Row: XV. Adams, Connolly, C. Bellew, F. Mulligan, Tanzola, D. Sheehan. Top Row: N. Leddo, R. Collyer, F. Terracciano, Brennan. ZE Front Row: F. Webster, K. Furlong, Mr. R. Nebot, T. McDonough, T. O'Hez1. Second Roux' J. Clancy, T. Schaeffer, J. Milbayen, V. Scnlley, J. Scott, W. XVieder1nann, -I. Barclay, Morstatt, P. Valenti. Third Row: Zecolla, Barry, H. Brown, C. Mooney, P. McArdle. O'Donnell, D. Smith, J. Horgan, R. Lindhardt. Top Row: XV. Phelan, S. O'Brien, S. Cray, G. Nelson. F. Coughlin, J. Quinn. E. Gibbons. 6 . I H-H-H I IL-I 'f 1 . W ' . -" ' " 3115. , A we 'L -.f-. ... Y ?gif?fg.Q.ff 1, ag-fi , I 3- ' .If ' S Q, " S1- 2 A ll ,wffggffiapzi "," IAQ, 534 M ,. ,, .gui L. '. '- '-Syria' J ZF Ifruul Ifmv: I", Czuroll, li. McCi:11'vey, Mr. 'I'rim:11c'0, R. I.ee, R. Bogart. .S'1'1'm1zl Rauf: I.. Iiullell, sl. Shields, P. DeMz1rc'o, Cl. Lllfliill, li. Keyes, W. Burke, ll. 0'Keei'e, li. Iliserio XVesolowski. F. I.. Cmumr. Thirzl lhnv: li. Burke. V. Clillelli, AI. Walsh, A. Magee, NI. Murray, AICIIIITIIQS, W. 'I'i1lerlon. Taj: lfmv: P. Mcflirr. W. Cody, I.. llerr, T. Mulligan, IJ. Sheil, F, Gussner. ZG Front Row: Fonseca. T. XN'alsh. Mr. V. Yzmilelli, Mr. Zaccagnino. Mulry, G. Bosetti. Scmrzd Rozv: Clavzlruxgh. R. Lambert. R. Greene, Ryan, A. Fiorella Third Razr: Craig. E. Carroll, XV. Lyons. Dilger, T. Portway. Top Row: G. Falciano, T. O'Sullivan, XV. Thorne, J. O'Neil1, T. McCormack. w i ll-X Front Row: Lynch, Tuite, F. Leake, Mr. F. Scanlon, Mr. F. Redmond, S.J., XV. Lalor, XV. Berkley, R. Latimer, H. Lessel. Second How: E. Cotty, Byrne, E. O'Neil, T. Foley, D. Kelly, E. Culkin, A. Culyo, XV. Martin, J. Holmes, R. Snediker, YV. Klein. Third Row: F. Kiefer, Sweeney, Fuseo, Feeley, V. Paliotta. N. Frzinehi, XV. Cieslin, A. Bi ane. Top Rgog-iv: A. Barnett, J. XV. Rose, J. Pregenzer, J. Kelly, C. Schuck, R. Deluca, F. Flagg. 771777 WJ , f 9.7 1C Front Row: G. XVino, J. Brennan, Mr. J. Melican, J. Sullivan, J. Degnan. Second Row: F. Murray, H. Nix, XV. Carey, T. OVBIHTZ1, G. Moffa. Third Row: J. Connolly. T. Alchorn, R. O'Connell, F. Sullivan, R. Blessington, F. Dean. Fourth Row: J. McCullough, J. Corcoran, J. Murphy, K. Donoghue, YV. McCahill, F. Holbrook Fifth Row: J. Kennedy, H. O'Kane, J. Conlan, J. Sweeney. Top Row: J. Watson, W. Kelley, A. Simermeyer. - -,.,.,5 ID Ifmnl lluzw: l'. Wnlsll. R. 'lk-clznlrli. lf. Conley, If. lfollis. R. Nlngcc, Mr. B. Mc'lClmy, Mmm, I" lxillil R. Nlulclc' W, . A ".llCL'. R. 'llllUl'lllOIl. . . ng, lrll Smmnl Hmm 51, llkllf, I". Mcflucy, W. l'cclx'iclx. G. I11lo1'c'i:1, Sclmciclcr, R. Bzxcr, QI. Cllczlry. M. 011.113, fllirrl lfrnw: lf. Ilolcmzm. R. Pllmkcll. ll. Rcirly, W. Sftlll, CI. cl2lI'I'lj271lll. I'nj1 linux' W. I,nrki11. Vogel. R. Hcnming, li. Milclc, L. Gucrricri. . 1, IE Fran! Ruin: R. Cray, C. Dz1l'm'mzl, XV, Kentley, Daly, Mr. V. Ryan. SJ., H. Bonvin, Fiscella R. Plane, B. Mongiurclini. Sammi Rmu: T. McQuillan, Bulenlzmo, E. Buscemi. R. NlCNIZ1l1Ol1, E. W'z1gner, E. Caso. Third Row: V. Tomiclai. Clmpmun, Heinl. R. Smith, XV. Narducci, P. Bogart. Top Rmv: T. Coalx. E. NlCCOI'IHlCl'i, H. Dilemuih. i ll? Front Row: R. Schelleuberger, G. Christ, Mr. F. W'0lf, L. Murray, D. Treanor. Second Row: V. Lopresti, A. Reilly, Mahon, Gaines, R. Baker. F. Nienstedt, C. O'CoIm0r Third Row: L. Herin, Dorangrichia, XValsh, S. Tromhatore, C. Farley, R. Dilger. Fourth Row: XV. Karadontes, P. Gallagher, G. O'Rourke. Top Row: Vinti, R. Davitt. IG Front Row: J. Dealy, R. DiD1ego, Mr. H. McDonough. C. DeTorres, E, Forremer. Second Row: R. Neary, D. Shea, T. O'Neill, R. Mohr, R. Maloney, L. Palladiuo, L. Marino. Third Row: E. Burns, S. Sheedy, F. Smzlh, J. Meehan, B. Powers. Fourth Row: J. Servodidio, H. Baltersby, T. Roach, D, Camexon. Top Row: C. Karach, J. Dezell, N. Keller. I'mul Hrmv: W. Byl'l', R. Kilmzlrlin, ll. Mllrrzly, Mr. Rcclmoml, Stl., C. Burger, CIIITY, C 11-V C uluun wmrrl Ic'mv.' R, Bowl, I. llmlolluc, Kzmop, R. SW21l'lZ. H. O'Clom1o1', D. Amlxrosc. l'l1inI Hum: G. RL-iffy, IRD. Vigliolli, C. Killllllllly, R. Bllfllllilll, V. fQiOl'Cl1lll0,lI. Vulcrio, A. Nugcc Inj: Ifrmf: A. Sc'm'pclli, K. Mc'Mzmus. 'l'. Dolan. A. O'l30ylc, 'l'. Mcfllinlock, S. 'l'I'OlIl'J2llI J Ilplm . . 1 . 'Qwggdggwgwfk 125559 -Kwai x vigib 'W "'i'- V U61 Courtesy Navy Department BATTLE OF SANTIAGO-SPANISH-AMERICAN WVAR The strong, new warships of the United States Navy carry the banner of freedom into tropical waters to victory. Slflllflillgf Aj. Killorzm, V. IIZILQEIIIO. W Wcisnur, H. Mznllon, R. l':1rmll, NIllI'l'Ily, Redmond, C. Ncllcr, I.. llccrillg. .S'1'ulr'rI: M. Sullcr, l'. Nlxllczllmy. Rc-v. W. 'I'. 'l':1llrm, G, I'I2lgll12lll, B, VV. Moylzm. SODALITY DP BLESSED VIRGIN MARY AND KNIGHTS OE THE BLESSED SACRAIVIENT COUNCIL RICV. XV. 'l'. 'l'Al.l,oN, ...................................... Nlodlfmlm' IIIIILII' M. IVIl11.c:AllY ............. .... I ,'i'Uf1f!,'L fS1fj1.-,lrm.j IVIICRRILI, H. Sl1'1'1'1ck AND B. VV. MoY1.AN .......... A.9si.s'l1mL.s' G1-iolzczla W. 'HAGMAN ......,.....,... ............ . Yffcrelary CHARLIQS XM NI'I'I"I'l'1R ................ Pwfffffxl flfelz.-llunej CIIEORGIC IV. HAGMAN AND Ro1s1cR'1' H. PARROII .......... Assistants HAIQRH' A. IVIALLON ................... ........ . Yecrelrwy IIIHOMAS M. RIQDMOND .. .......................... ..... O rganist i i THE KNIGHTS DE THE BLESSED SACRAMENT REV. XV. T. PIQALLOX. SJ. ..................................,......,.... Mofierntor PHILIP BI. ML'Lc.xHx' ...... .. Siiprifnzv Grand Knight qSept.-jan.j BIERRIIL B. SUTTER .,... ....,............... F irst .Jlssisinnf B. XYILLIAM Mornxx .. . .,.....,........... Seeond .-Jssistanf CHARLES H. NETTER .. Supreme Grand Knight CFeh.-junej GEORGE XV. HAGMAX ..... . . . . . . .......,...................... First Assistant ROBERT H. PARRO1-r .............................................. .Seeonrl Assistant Fslzers: B. Moylan--Head Usher qSepl.-.Ian.H: R. Parrott-Head Usher fFeb.-junejg I.. Deering G. Hagman. Killoran. H. Mallon. Mitchell. Murray. C. Netler, XV. Oehrlein, Y. Pugano XV. Xfeisner. Organist: T. Redmond. SODALITY OE THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY ASSISTANT OFFICERS Third Row: R. Baker. R. Falciano, Moreland. Miller, TV. Hodgson. XV. Barry. Dragoni XV. Oehrlein. Gorey. Semnd Row: M. Casey. P. MCC-irr. E. Disei io. Dilger, Rev. YY. T. Tallon. R. Parrott Y. Pagano, T. Roach. G. H'ine. Balenzano. Seated: Killoran, H. Mallon, B. Moylan, P. Mulcahy, C. Xetter, Murray. T. Redmond L. Deering. Seated on Ground: Burke, T. McQuilIz1n. C. Regan. EDMUND CAMPION DEBATINC SOCIETY Riav. IJRANKIIS X. Cuiuizv, .. .... zvlorlmvrtor Ronicm' llARRO'l"l' ............ . . . Prrfsidmlt XNAYNIQ Wiclsmicit . . . . . Virzf-l"wfsz'f1rf11t Vicrroic S'1'1ci'liicNs .... . . , Srfm'ffln1'y l'lARRY A. lVlAI.l.ON . .. . . '11'l'IflI.S'Il'IYfl' ON FRIDAY, March 6, the debating season reached its climax when the annual Senior Prize Debate was held in Collins Auditorium. Robert Parrott and Harry Mallon upheld the negative ol' the topic: Resolved: That the Closed Shop Should Be Prohibited by Law. Alfred Henry and Joseph Martin defended the aflirmative. Messrs. Mallon and Parrot were awarded the decision. The judges voted Harry Mallon best speaker of the evening with Allred Henry second. For the first time in live years, a Regis High School debating team was de- feated on their own grounds when Harry Mallon and Robert Parrott took their measure in the early part of the school year. In a return match at Fordham on March 27, the two again overcame the Regis debaters. On Feb. 20, in the Prep Library, Joseph Martin and Alfred Henry were defeated by the Gonzaga debaters in the first of a home-and-home series of debates. Martin and Henry upheld the aflirinative of the Universal Military Training topic. On Feb. 27, John Killoran and Owen Black visited Loyola High School to debate on the same topic. The Loyola debaters, proved to be too much for their opponents and the Prep again tasted defeat. To make up for these losses, on March 20, Parrott and Mallon visited YVashington and defeated Gonzaga debaters in a return match. On March 23, VVayne Mfeisner and Victor Stephens upheld the negative of the Closed Shop topic at All I-Iallows. There was no decision. All in all, it was a creditable season for the Senior Debaters, l30l PARDOW DEBATING SOCIETY MR. FRANCIS M. REDNIOND, SJ. .. .... Moderator CHRISTOPHER RIOONEY .......... ..... P resident XVILLIABI Conv ...... . . . Vl'CC-P7'F.Yfd6'IZZf g JOHN RYAN ..... ...... . Scfcretzzry NEIL FURLONG ......... .............................. T rrenszzrer NDER its new moderator, Mr. Francis M. Redmond, SJ., the Pardow De- bating Society helcl many meetings during the 1941-42 debating season. Debates were held on timely topics of the day, in which four members of the society participated. After each of these, an open forum gave ample opportunity to the members to express their views. The society has been unfortunate in each of its interscholastic debates up to the present. On December 4 the first debate was held with Brooklyn Prep on the question, "Resolved, that every able-bodied male citizen of the United States should have one year full-time military training before attaining the present draft age." Alfred St. Jacques and John Milhaven of Fordham, who upheld the negative, lost by a close decision to their Brooklyn opponents. Following this, Thomas Foley, Edward Coty and George Christ of the Society's first year team travelled to Xavier on February 9 and defended the afliunative of the question of Universal Military Training. The Prepsters gave fine accounts of themselves in their opening speeches but were outfought in the rebuttal and so lost to their more experienced opponents. At this writing a debate has been scheduled with Xavier in which Fordham will take the negative on the Universal Military Training topic. In addition to this, a tournament has been arranged with St. Peter's in Jersey City in which five teams participate. The question is, "Resolved, that air power is superior to sea powerfy The high point of the Society's year, the Prize Debate, held in Keating Hall on March 24, concerned itself with the much discussed Military Training ques- tion. The speakers for the aHirmative were John Ryan and John Milhaven and for the negative, Christopher Mooney and Timothy Mfalsh. In a very close decision the aflirmative was declared the victorious side. John Milhaven was chosen best speaker with Timothy 'Walsh second best. RAMKIN STAFF lidzflm' PIARRY A. NIALLON, '42 AS.Yi.S'lIl7llf Iidilmts EDWARD J. IDONOIIIIIC, '42 l'A'I'RII:I4 DALY, '42 VIc:'I'OR S'1'I'1l'I'IENS, '42 Cfn1ZI'il1I.1li1'Ig lffdzflmzs IlOl1lCR'1' H, I'ARRO'I"l', '42 OWEN ISLAILIQ, '43 'THOMAS D. QIIINN, '42 VITO V. PACANO, '42 CHRISTOPHER F. JVIOONICY, '44 EUGENE A. IJISICRIO, '44 AUGUST T. LERCH, '43 VVAI.'l'l'lR E. SULLIVAN, '43 YNILLIAM LYONS, '44 XVAYNE M. YVIQISNIQR, '42 GEORGE M. IJICKIE, '42 HAIQIQY M. CARR, '42 Clz1'Onz'c'le PATRICK J. DALY, '42 EUGENE A. DISERIO, '44 Atlvlelics ROBERT E. BILLINIEYER, '42 ROIIERT M. MOLONEY, '43 Alumni Exrhfmges JOSEPH C. HILLNIANN, '42 EDWARD J. DONOHUE, '42 Art SMU ROIIERT J. LEIDENEROST, '43 Plzotogmjylzy SMH N. KliNNF'1'H FURLONG, '44 JAMES A. GRAHAM, '42 EDYVARD H. FI'HAETE, '42 XAVILLIAM C. HENCHY, '43 PETER N. TSORRIS, '44 Hzzsifmfss SMD' JOSEPH H. MILLER, '42 JAIVIES F. CONVVAY, JR., '42 IPXNGELO V. IFXLPI, '42 ,FRANCES X. KANE, '42 Typist EDBIUND F. GIISBONS, '44 IU oderfz If or JOHN XV. KELLY, S.J. RAMPART STAFF Editor-in-Chicf Alanaging Editor ROBERT PARROTT, '42 VICTOR STEPHENS, '42 Business Alanager Sports Editor JAMES COXXVAY, '42 JOSEPH HILLMANN, '42 THO3I.AS O'BRIEN, '43 OXVEX BLACK, '43 JOHN NIILHAVEN, '44 JOHN RIURK-XY, '42 XV.-XLTER SULLIVAN, '43 GEORGE HAGMAN, '42 JOSEPH BI.-XRTIX, '42 XVILLI.-XXI LYONS, '44 EUGENE DISERIO, '44 ROBERT BILLBIEYER, '42 EUGENE KICG.-XRYEY, 541 JAMES LYNCH. '43 ALFRED BRODERICK, '42 XVILLIABI LUTZ, '42 RICHARD SCHILLINC, '42 News Board JOSEPH BIOONEY, '43 XV.-KYNE XVEISNER, '42 HARRY BI.-XLLON. '42 PATRICK DALY, '42 JOHN KILLOR.XN, '42 EDWARD GOPDELER, ,43 CHRISTOPHER NIOONEY, '44 JOHN YVILSON, '44 TVITO PAGAXO, '42 GREGORY BIELLI-IN, '43 Sports Stag ROBERT NIOLONEY, '43 DENIS BARON, '43 JOHN CARROLL, 5.43 HARRY SCHUM, '42 Typisls THOMAS QUINN, '42 EDMUND GIBBONS, ,144 RICHARD HANLEY, '42 Business Staff TIMOTHY XVALSH, '44 XVILLI.-'AM THORNE, '44 PfZ0f0gl'tlfI71J' FDXVARD TIi.fXETE, '42 JAMES GRAHAM. ,42 XVILLI.-XM HENCHY, '43 KENNETH FURLONG, '44 BENJAMIN NIOXGIARDIINI, '45 Art Staff ROBERT LEIDENFROST, '43 JAMES BIORELAND, '42 hloderator BERNARD T. BICELROY, S.J. T831 THE SHAKESPEARE ACADEMY lil-1V. ,'Xl.l"Rl'ID A, l'uRciai.1,, .......................... Nlodffmlor Miz. lfimwczis P. Mokoiw .. Asst. Aflodemlm' -IOSICPII lVlAR'l'lN ..... ...... P Tf?Sl.Cllf1If .'Xl.lfRliID HIQNRY . . Vi1'e-Presideiit Vrro V. l'AoANo .... .... . Szfcirflfrry HARRY A. MA1.1.oN ..... ....... T rert.s'11w3r Enwixium -I. lVlCfiIC'l'l'lGAN . . . ...................... Scfrgmml-nl-Arms SSUMING for the first tin1e the post of moderator of the Shakespeare Acad- emy, Fr. Purcell, has capably furthered the yearly progress of this organization. Mr. Francis P. Morgan connected with the Academy during its past ten years of existence has been invaluable in advising and helping the group. Breaking the former precedent of permitting merely Juniors and Seniors to join the Academy, membership was extended to every year and met with earnest response. Meetings have been held faithfully on alternative Friday evenings in the Prep library. Members who volunteered subjects of their own choosing read expository papers and discussed each phase of the matter they thought inter- esting. These forums l'I16t with popular enthusiasm and have accomplished the aim of the society, to engender an appreciation for the plays of Shakespeare. Some of the year's highlights include an illustrated lecture by the Moderator on the "Life of Shakespeare" and a theatre party which witnessed the Broadway presentation of Maurice Evans in the title role of 'LMacbeth". In the best tradition of the Academy, the year's activities were climaxed with the established Annual Shakespeare Night. This event took place on the 15th of May in the newly decorated college theatre. Harry A. Mallon discussed "Shakespeare and His Audiencew while Vito Pagano chose for his subject "Shakespeare, Master Technician" and joseph Martin dealt with "Shakespeare and His Appeal to the Emotions". At the conclusion of these readings questions were answered by the speakers. Alfred Henry and Nicola Gargano presented as a dramatic interlude two stirring excerpts from "The Merchant of Venice" and "Julius Caesaru. The well attended spectacle was concrete proof that the Shakespeare Academy is esteemed by all at the Prep. SANCTUARY SOCIETY MR. VICTOR R. YANITELLI, ........... . . . Moderator JOHN NIULLANE ...........A.. ..... P resident JAMES BURKE .. .. Vice-President PHILIP MULCAIIY ......I..... . .... Secrelrzry YVILLIANI Lurz, lvIifRRII-I, Surrisk . . . . . SllL'TI.SfflllS HE Saint John Berchman's Sanctuary Society was established many decades ago for the purpose of furnishing the religious functions of Fordham Prep with a zealous force of altar boys. Throughout the history of the Prep this Soci- ety has played a most important role, for it has as its end the promotion of spiritual fervor amongst the student body. Recognition of that sacred duty is aptly portrayed by the members of this Society in the fine manner with which each individual performs and carries out his assignments. The spiritual activities of Fordham Prep during the past school year pro- vided the Sanctuary Society with a goodly number of engagements. Each Friday morning the K.B.S. Mass was supplied with capable servers and assistants, while the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament with the Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, celebrated on the First Friday of each month, was also assisted at by members of the Society. The Mass of the Holy Ghost, held at the beginning of each school year, the Annual Retreat in October, the Sodality Receptions and the Senior Retreat were all functions in which the Sanctuary Society actively participated. l85l THE BAND MR. FREDERICK XV. XVOLF, .. .. Moderator MR. FRANCIS E. STACHOXV .... .. Director XPHONIAS F. REIDBIOND .. .... President RlCIH.XRID CORCORAN .. . I'1'cf'-PI'es1'de11t josEPII C. lNfURRAY .. Secretary T ALL Prep activities during the past year, as in other years, a small group of talented musicians could be seen, sometimes in snappy maroon uniforms, sometimes in dress coats of the same color, faithfully playing for the beneht of the gathered Prepsters and their friends. X'Vhen, at the football games, enthusiasm began to Hag and the cheering on our side grew weak, who brought back that Prep fighting spirit? The Ford- ham Prep Band, of course,-forming a compact cheerings section, pealing forth the "Ram" and other heartening battle songs, till all the spectators felt the surge ol' returning spirit and joined in with the valiant few. During the "time- outs" the Band played light, cheery tunes to keep high the morale of the team and spectators. ln direct contrast to the brisk songs on the gridiron, the Band played lllally operatic and symphonic selections at such Prep activities as tlIe Senior Prize Debate, the School Play, and Shakespeare Night. Mlhen many prospective Prep- Slt'l's were eating their lunch after the entrance and scholarship examinations, the same untiring group was there giving them Sousa's marches and the ever- popular "Ram", while at the Conuuencement exercises, the graduates marched in lllllt' to the "Coronation March", played by your Band. Constant practise, tireless zeal, and boundless energy, coupled with the splendid leadership of Mr. Frank Stachow, director, and Mr. Wfoll, mod- erator, have combined to make this an organization of which every Prep student can and should be proud. l86l INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB MR. PATRICK SHEA .. .... .Uodemtor juris GR.XH.-XXI ..... ..... .. . ., . Shop Foreman HE main activity of the Industrial Arts Club, this year. like that of most America. has been connected with the war effort. Hlhen the military authorities issued a request for plane models, every member put aside his pet project and undertook the task of supplying the necessary models. These models were small, but the difficulty increases as the size of the plane decreases. Twenty planes were cut from bass and pine logs. The prime movers of the model plane activity were George Patton, Louis Guerrieri and XVillia1n Larkin. Since their projects were for use in the training of soldiers and sailors, duty and pleasure were agreeably mixed. The Industrial Arts Club will miss these three june graduates. James Graham. the shop foreman. supervised the tools and material. Joseph Murray surprised the members by the ease with which he undertook his many projects. Edward Luboja furnished us with the example of a quiet, efficient workman. The interest of the undergraduates varied all the way from the construc- tion of birdhouses to the polishing of semi-precious stones. Guy Bosetti displayed the greatest ambition when he undertook the building of a night-table. Thomas O'Sullivan found plenty of exercise in remodelling the potters' wheel. Charles Regan had many onlookers while he was building a boat-in-a-bottle. Richard Lambert brought joy to the heart of the wren family which was fortunate enough to call first on the birdhouse which he constructed. The existence of this Club is sufhcient evidence that Jesuit education is interested in the developments of all the talents a man may possess. l37l DRAMATIC SOCIETY VVILLIANI L. RICILLY, . . .. . Moderator JAMES F. lVIURRAY ....... .. llirerloi' NlC2CJI,A GARCQANCJ .. ..... 1JTIf.STd1f7ll JosEPH MARTIN . . . . . Vice-llwsident OVNVPIN BLACK ...... Sem'clm'y HE past year has been an especially successful one for draniatics at the Prcp. Under the direction of Mr. Reilly, S.J., two first-rate plays were produced. "The First Christmas" by Marjorie Marquis was presented before the Christmas recess while cliinaxing the year's efforts was Leo Brady's "Brother Orchid" which played for capacity audiences on April 16th and 17th. The excellent cast follows: Fat Dutchy .... Freckles .... Dum--Dum ... The Gimp . Solomon ....... Dominic Battista Xvllliillll H. Thorne .. Vincent E. Scully .. .. Owen Black Vincent C. DeBaun . Victor J. Stephens Fiore A. Terracciano, '44 1 -13 Little John Sarto .... Nicola J. Gargano Brother Orchid ..... Nicola J. Gargano Brother Nastnrtium . Harry A. Mallon Brother Geranium . Joseph XV. Mooney Brother Hollyhock .. John M. Kennedy Abbot Jonquil ....... Joseph J. Martin "LITTLE JOHN SARTO IS BACK. BOYS." BROTHER ORCHID-THATS MY N.-HIE P391 I CHEMISTRY CLUB MR. -IUSICPII A-X. llllkl-1, 4. .. Moflrrrzlm' ll.XRUI,D 'll filikklikl ..,. .... 1 J2Y'XI'df'Hf 'l'noAi,xs C. hlARIN.'XK . .. IVliflf-1JJ'I'.S'lllI'III Rox,-tru 'l'. lJoNN1a1,I.Y .. .... .S'1'z'r1'lnrv 'l' .-XLL started last lall when we lound ourselves with a bright red text-book and an impressive array ol glass and iron apparatus. YVe thought a club would be just the thing lor those ol' us who wanted to get a little more out of the course than could be obtained in class. There were dilliculties which we had to meet. The time of meetings pre- sented a problem for a long while but we finally overcame that. Some of the projects we chose were found to be 'ldeacl-ends" and although we learned some- thing from them we had no piece of apparatus to show for our trouble and we are still sutliciently humble to admit that one of our ambitions has been to construct mysterious looking affairs of glass and rubber and have them "work". The end of the year finds "Room 23" bristling with apparatus and decked with pictures all of which give evidence of our enthusiastic reception of this new subject. l90l THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY MR. JosEPH A. TRIMARCO Moclerator JOHN KILLORAN ......... .... P resident :ALFRED BRODERICI-L . . . . . . Vice-Presidmzt JOHN YVILSON ..... .... . Secretary JAMES BIORELAND . . . . . Tren.s'z1rer RGANIZED as a supplement to the regular Fourth Year Latin studies, the Classical Academy concentrated during the year on Book IV of Virgil's Aeneid. Under the tutelage of Mr. Joseph A. Trimarco, the members ol the Academy strove to broaden their knowledge of the classics and their background, to increase their vocabulary and to gain practise in translation. The meetings, scheduled for the second and fourth 'Wednesday of each month, were entirely under the control of a student governing body made up of the Academy's officers, John Killoran, Alfred Broderick, John VVilson and James Moreland. One of the objects of the yearys efforts was attained on Saturday morning, March 28, when three of the members, Charles Netter, Robert Parrott and John M7ilson, represented the school at the New York University Latin Sight Trans- lation Contest and competed with the cream of the metropolitan area's schools. As long as this club flourishes at Fordham Prep there will always be some students for whom Latin will not be a dead language. l91l ART CLUB MR. JOHN NICIQINNIQY, . . ,. Moderator JERONIIS SENESE .............. ...... P 1'c.s'ident l1Ol5ERT MAFFE1 . . . . . Vice-Pvcsidenl' HE Art Club has been holding its meetings at stated intervals during the course of the school year and has succeeded in achieving to some degree its purposes-the appreciation of classical paintings and the learning of the more simple techniques of drawing. Many of the artistic creations of the members have been used by the Sodality and this practical cause has served as a fitting inspiration for their work. l92l COUNCIL OF DISCIPLINE Sitting: Alfred J. Broderick, Richard R. Schilling, Francis X. Kane, George W'. Hagman, Harry M. Carr, John J. Mullane. Standing: Robert H. Parrott, Harry A. Mallon, Joseph H. Miller, Thomas J. Hory, James J. Burke, Wilson J. Hodgson, Robert E. Billmeyer, Lazerian P. Deering. l93l THE STAMP CLUB MR. l'ATR1eK SHLA ...........,.... . ., Moderator plastics A. CLRAHABI, Louis G. BUT'1'1f:LL .. . Co-Presidents 1lOl5liR'l' H. PARRoTT .A..... 4....... . . III-C'C-P7'C.YIidC?lIt AIOSEPI-i P. CIORIQY .. .... Seeretmy OMPOSEIJ ol' tl1e Prep adherents to the hobby of stamp collecting, the Stamp Club is a eoinparatively new organization at the Prep. The members have been nieeting in Room ti bi-weekly to discuss their problems and to trade stamps. At these meetings one ol' the eo-presidents presides and he is assisted and advised by the moderator. Like many other Prep organizations the stamp elub has been war inindetl, that is, the inost prized possessions during the year have been covers and stamps from the world battle areas. The exhibit in the library sponsored by this club, exemplified their spirit as it contained many eensored eovers and stainps lroni eoinbat zones whieli are now very dillieult to obtain. New issues have been greatly curtailed by the war but his gives the eolleetor a ehanee to catch up on past issues without having to worry about new ones. 'l'he stamp elub is young but with the approval ol the laeulty and the well wishes ol' its fellow elubs it promises no endure lor quite a while. i94l - f ' f -' , ' w.1....", U W. , .A . GAELIC CULTURE CLUB MR. THOMAS C. HENNESSY, . ....... Moderator MR. PATRICK FLOOD ....... . . Gaelic Instrizctor LAZARIAN P. DEERING .. ....... President THONIAS QUINN ..... . . Vice President JOHN KILLORAN .....U. .... . Secretary CHRISTOPHER MOONEY . . .. Trecisiircr THERE was a really "Great Day for the Irish" of Fordham Prep when more than a month before St. Patricks Day. a host of the sons of the Gael heard about a new-born club which arose with the title, "The Gaelic Culture Club." Mr. Thomas C. Hennessy, SJ., the moderator, proposed that students, especially those ol' Irish extraction, learn the facts and traditions of Irish history. The history was to be mastered primarily through committees devoted to the study of different phases of Eire's past. Later each committee was to divulge its findings to the whole group. Besides. lecturers were to be invited to address the club. An opportunity to learn the Irish language for those interested in the Study was granted through the generosity of Mr. Patrick UI. Flood of Theodore Roosevelt High School, who conducted weekly classes on the fundamentals of Irish grammar. The services of a great galaxy of lecturers was obtained. Maurice Leahy, editor of the Ireland-American Review, talking of Samuel Fergerson's relations to nationalistic Ireland, began the Series. Fr. Francis P. Donnelly, SJ., noted author and educator, described how native Irish music has influenced music writers of other times and places. Dr. -Iames O'Brien of the French Department of Fordham College told ol' the pilgriinages to Loch Derg in northwestern Ireland. Fr. Roger O'Callaghan, SJ., also of the College faculty, narrated his travels through the country of his fathers. Many others have talked to the club, but space forbids that we tell more of them. The club has contemplated and realized a library all its own. The American Irish His- torical Society donated some hooks and gradually a workable collection was had, through a small, but constant, stream of donors. i95l CAMERA CLUB REV. ALFRED A. PURCELL, . . . . Moderator JAMES GRAHAM, '42 ........ ..... P resident EDYVARD CIQHAETE, '42 . . . . . Vice-President CPHOMAS GYSULLIVAN, '44 . . . . Treasurer K.ENN1i'I'H FURLONG, '44 .. . Scfcretary N March 8, 19.4 2, the Rampart, the school paper, announced in glaring head- lines, "Gadgets Ell boys' pockets", and beneath this enticing banner the article told ol the camera club. In the early part of the second term it was decided to lorm an organization ol all the so-called "Shutterbugs", who are cer- tainly prevalent in the Prep. Although still in its infancy, the Fordham Prep Camera Club, under the able guardianship ol' the Reverend Allred A. Purcell, Sal., has made itself recog- nized in all school activities where its members and their cameras are always present. At the lirst meeting thirty-six various and assorted fans were present. The second meeting really started the business when the ollicers were chosen. For the next several meetings the question ol' a location lor a darkroom in the Prep itsell' was discussed. Mr. 'joseph Duke, has permitted the Club the use of the Chemistry laboratory equipped by the members themselves with blackout curtains. By the time the RAMRIN goes to press the lirst public exhibit ol' pho- tography will be ready. 'I'he plan is to have the Prepsters themselves vote for their favorite photographs. Some ol' the photography work in this issue ol' the RAMKIN was tlOllC by the members ol' the club. l96l SCCIALS DECEMBER TEA DANCE RAMKIN DANCE 4 rp Ycktkifan .4 git Y. 4: kg!! lu 'JE 1 Ui 55144 Nu! E +1 HH 4 x . if gf L'-11: l Tina Sul B xx 1 f 4.41 A 4 YP 1' mr 1 tix XL! 4 I DEFENSE OF WAKE ISLAND The Stars and Stripes never waved over a more heroic group than the Marines defending Wake Island. Their heroism even in defeat is a presage of certain victory. TH li RA M LETS FOOTBALL LUMNI-After weeks of training and practice, the Fordham Prep foot- ball squad started its season with an impressive victory over the men of former Prep gridiron fame, by a score of 14-O, on Saturday, October 11. Although outweighed man for man, the plucky Maroon eleven first showed its niettle in the hfth minute of the opening quarter, when Ed Sansa broke through the opposing line to block Tom Moran's punt. The big center quickly recovered the ball and went over for the initial score of the season. Chris Mcikfade, calling the signals for the Rarnlets this year, booted the ball between the uprights, and the Prep led 7-o. Bobby Rehrn, filling injured Toni Courtney's place at fullback, was responsible by his spectacular passing for the next tally, when he fired a strike to Merrill Sutter in pay dirt in the second stanza. MclVade again converted. Although Courtney and Phil Mulcahey were absent because of injuries, the Prep began the season with a flying start. pool Iona-A week later victory again came to the Maroon, this time in the waning moments of a hard fought struggle with Iona Prep. Captain Tom Courtney, starting his first contest, drilled his way by bull-like tactics to the one yard stripe with the aid of some fine runs by Bill Riehl, and then plunged over with three minutes to play. Mc- YVade kicked the extra point, thus making his rec- ord three for three. This game was excellent from the spectatorls viewpoint, for the teams were evenly matched and fought bitterly for the whole sixty minutes. Final score: Prep 7, lona o. All Hallows--Another close contest, the battle with the Blue and YVhite on October 25 was settled on the very first play from scrimage. After McWade had returned the kickoff to midfield, Bill Riehl took a double reverse from Tom Courtney and travelled the rest of the way unmolested. Prepsters rejoiced, foreseeing a rout, but All Hallows got right down to the business of defense, to keep the final score 6-o for the Rarnlets Riehl carries ball for long run against All Hallows third win in as many starts. Brooklyn Prep-jupiter Pluvius conquered on November 1, and the Bronxville tussle was cancelled, so that the Prep eleven on the following Netter off on wide sweep around Brooklyn Prep line 11011 Saturday was more eager than ever to tackle their foes from Brooklyn, and conse- quently threw them for a loss, by a score of 13-6, due largely to the fine spirit and excellent blocking of the men up front. Charlie Net- ter capitalized on this sup- port, running circles around the Brooklyn lads. How- ever, it took a trick play, to deceive the defensive back- field, and to draw first blood. Tom Courtney tossed a short lateral to Chris Mc- Wade, who heaved a thirty yard pass to halfback Riehl for the counter. The quarterback then kicked the extra point. Later in the game. the Prep's spotless record was marred when Bricklield, the Crown Heights end. stole the ball from Charlie Netter as he was diving olf tackle, and scampered sixty yards for the score. But the Maroon was not to be outdone and two minutes later, Tom Lenane grasped the pigskin out of Koppe's arms and raced to the goal. Mount St. Miel1ael-l7ol- lowing the splendid victory over Brooklyn Prep, the Ramlets invaded the realm ee of Mount St. Michael on November 15, with high hopes of victory. However, they encountered a surprisingly superior Mount squad, and were definitely Kane to rescue as Brooklyn izrcklers surround NCUCI' trounced. 25-7. The winners, displaying a crushing ground attack, gave the Prep few chances to score. But Bob Relun, sophomore backer-up who made a name for himsell in the Alumni victory, climaxed a seventy yard drive of passes in the waning moments of the game by passing to Ed Chevins for the Preps lone counter. McQuade again kicked the ball between the up- rights, and finished the scoring for that fatal day. Xavier-The season ended in a blaze of glory with the annual Turkey Day festival, although the Prep went down in defeat at the hands of one of the 1I1OSt powerful Cadet elev- ens in years. The Mike Dunn trophy, which the Maroon has cherished for live years, slipped from its grasp, but only after a val- iant fight with the highly touted Xavier men. Grass- berger, their fullback, began the scoring by booting a held goal from the twenty- iive yard stripe, early in the Nil f is 1, U., .. l iff opening period. Then the most spectacular plav QE Riehl blitzes the Xavier line nozj many seasons! Charlie Netter, senior halfbaek, took a Xavier punt on his own live yard line and raced through the entire Cadet team. The Prep had a few moments of glory and led at the half, 6-3. But the powerful Xavier squad was not to be overcome and droye to a touchdown early in the fourth stanza, neyer relinquishing the lead thereafter, although they were hard pressed by the Prep. Thus ended one of the most thrilling football seasons in the history of Fordham Prep, and one not soon to be forgotten. THE FIRST TEAM I 1031 BASKETBALL HE rains came and so did Prep basketball Saturday, December 13, as the Maroon quintet, playing its initial game under tl1e tutelage ol' Coach Robert Reinacher, turned back an aggressive Cathedral Prep live 38-29. The Ramlets forged ahead in tl1e second period and thereafter maintained a comfortable lead with Bill VVlCll1l21lCI' pacing both squads with twelve points. The inexperienced Prepsters boldly invaded Xavier's home grounds on the following Monday, but tl1e Cadets drubbed them to the tune of 37-20. The fortunes of the Ramlets rose again three days later as they easily trounced St. Nlosephls School for tl1e Deal' 52-27. WlCllT12llC'f, Miggins and Schill- ing with 13, 11 and 9 points respectively, led the Maroon. The coming of the new year brought on the Hrst C. H. S. A. A. contest with Rice, Saturday, January 10, but it also brought on defeat 27-20, despite Wicl- maier's eight points which gave l1im high scoring honors for the third time. Xavier continued its mastery over the Prepsters in the St. Peter's College Tournament, january 14, outscoring the fighting Ramlets 50-39. Tl1is encoun- ter found tl1e Prep at its best thus far, with Tom Gorman pouring in twelve points, but even this was not enough to halt tl1e basket-conscious downtowners. A last period drive fell four points short as the visiting Prep succumbed to All Hallows 29-25, January 20. Iona Hl2lClC it tl1ree league setbacks in succession, Saturday, January 24, trouncing its hosts 31-23. "Tex" Daly tallied seven n1arkers for the losers. 11041 The next Tuesday found Mt. St. Michael entertaining the Maroon five and Qyou guessed itj downing it 36-23 as Bob Davies sparked the Blue and Gold with eleven points. The Ramlets reached a new low January 31 when they bowed to the Kelly- Green of Manhattan Prep 31-27. Closing the first half of the season, the Prepsters showed a marked improve- ment but nevertheless suffered their sixth league loss, this time to St. Simon Stock 39-30. The Ramlets led at halftime 20-12. A 15-4 first half advantage stood up in face of a fierce last period Blue and White surge and the Prep scored its first league victory by topping All Hallows 32-26, Saturday, February 7. The most exciting game played at the Prep in many a year ended in an overtime setback by league-leading St. Simon Stock, 40-39. Gorman and Miggins kept the Prep in the game by scoring 9 and 8 points respectively. The second place Rice team turned back the Prep 42-34 as McCannan of the victors tallied 18 points, February 17, to 011ce again dim the Maroon hope. Manhattan Prep attempted to re- peat its previous victory over the Ma- roon, Saturday, February 21, but they could not cope with the furious on- slaught of the invading forces as the Ramlets triumphed 40-30. Larry Mig- gins poured in fifteen point to top Rice Game-XV011 by Rice bgth gquadg, The Maroon made it two in a row by downing Iona Prep 31-20 on the loserfs court, Tuesday, February 24. A large crowd turned out Saturday, February 28, for the last game of the season b11t Mt. St. Michael spoiled the fun by clipping the Maroon array 33-28, despite Larry Miggins' 14 points. The sincere thanks of the entire Prep is due to those seniors who have played their last basketball game in a Prep uniform. They are "Steve" Sutter, Bill Barry, Dick Schilling, "I-lil" Keating, W'arren Cassidy, Tom Hory, and Bill Lutz. "So long and thanks a lot." l105l BASEBALL N April 14, Coach "Zev" Gral1an1 sent forth his 1942 Fordham Prep baseball squad for its Iirst encounter. This year's diamond combine consisted of only a few veterans, but a line crop olf promising newcomers furnished an excel- lent groundwork for teams now and in the future. On Tuesday, the 14111, the Xavier Cadets came to Fordham Field to give the Maroon their Iirst test. But the caissons didn't go rolling along and Xavier bowed to the Prep nine 5-4. VVith George Hamilton pitching the Iirst live frames, giving two runs and striking out nine, and Frank Murphy twirling the last two frames the Maroon was never headed. After a scoreless Iirst inning the Ramlets let go with a barrage of base-hits which accounted for hve runs. Tom Courtney led off with a single, was advanced to the keystone sack on a single by Glenn Smyth. After Tom McClintock went down via the strikeout route, Courtney scored the initial ru11 on a single by "Stretch" Hamilton. Tom Foley followed with a single, driving Smyth across. Frank Langdon forced Foley and then big Larry Miggins knocked in Hamilton, Lutz and Langdon with a tre- mendous two-base hit. Eddie Sansa then ended the inning with a Hy out. In the fourth, Hamilton allowed two runs. Frank Murphy came in, held the Cadets scoreless in tl1e sixth, but let in two runs in the seventh as a result of walks and two errors. The next day Regis came to Fordham and handed tl1e Prep its first setback by a score of 2-1. Hanrahan, the ace of the Regis twirlers, let down the Maroon 11061 N 'AQQN with four hits and struck out fifteen. Hilarv Keating, who was the losing pitcher, pitched almost as well but did not have quite enough to best the Regis star. He gave up six hits and set down eight of the Regis batters on strikes. The Ramlets scored first, tallving one run in the fourth. Miggins batted in the run with one of tl1e few hits the Prep obtained. In the sixth the bovs from Regis bunched a walk and some hits which accounted for two runs which clinched the game for them. The Prep threatened in the sixth and seventh, but Haniahan. almost untouchable with men on base, bore down and prevented further scoring. Friday of the sa111e week saw Saint Simon Stock come to Rose Hill a11d the Prep iacked up their first league victoia' with a fifteen hit attack, 13-7. Behind most of the game the Maroon scored seven times i11 tl1e fifth to clinch the game. The Prep took a 1-o lead in the fnst frame. In the third St. Simon knocked 'iStretch" Hamilton out of the box with four runs. Frank Murphv went i11 and there was no further scoring in the inning. St. Simo11 tallied twice more in the fourth. In the last half of this frame, the Prep scored four times making the count 6-5. St. Simon added another in the fifth. Then the Maroon went to town. Exploding seven hits which brought in the SHIIIC number of runs they drove the enemy pitcher from tl1e box. The feature of this bombardment was a double bv Frank Murphv, the Prep pitcher, who drove in two of the runs. The sixth saw the Ramlets get another tallv to further insure the victorv and with Murphv twirling neatly, St. Simon did no further scoring. These three games are all the Year Book has to report before going to press but from them there is eveiv indication that Prep baseball this vear will be memorable. BASEBALL SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT PLACE Apiil 14 Xavier Fordham 1 5 Regis Fordham I7 St. Simon Stock Fordham 2 1 Rice Fordham 24 Mount St. Michael Mount St. Michael 28 Manhattan Prep Fordham May 1 All Hallows All Hallows 5 St. Simon Stock St. Simon Stock 8 Mount St. Michael Fordham 13 Iona Iona 15 Rice Rice tg All Hallows Fordham 22 Manhattan Prep Manhattan 26 Iona Fordham 29 Faculty Indian Point tion TRACK HE Prep Trackmen are again practicing in an endeavor to vanquish their cinder opponents. Every afternoon under the excellent tutelage of Coach Scanlon, the spike-men can be seen sprinting about the Fordham oval. Despite the loss of such stellar performers, as Joe Flood, Mike Sheahan, and Ed Gilleran, Mr. Scanlon still looks forward to a successful season relying both on the experienced men from last year's squad and the hopeful aspirants of this year. The teams which the Prep engages this season are Power Memorial. Fielclston, All I-Iallows, Mount St. Michael, Iona, and to conclude the current season the C. H. S. A. A. championships, Much of the point-scoring rests upon the shoulders of Hart and Cody in the mile, Dilger and I-Iagman in the half, "Red" O'Neill in the quarter, McCall in the loo yard, Mztrchesi in the midget loo yd.-clash, George Hagman high jumper and l'lCl'l'2ll'l with the shot-put. Since the track team this year lacks incitlier ability nor optimism, a successful season is everyone's expectation. 5108.1 SWIMMING SWIMMING this year at the Prep was rather on the dark side. Hard hit at the start of the season by losses through February graduation the team never quite lived up to the high standards of last year's squad. The First meet found the Prep facing a strong Fieldston team with little or no practice due to the late examinations. However the Prepsters put up a great fight but ended up on the short end of a 45-25 score. T he next encounter was with the Kelly-Greens of Manhattan who avenged their last year's defeat by turning the tables on the Ramlets 41-23. Regardless of its disastrous season the Prep had some fine swimmers and sure point scorers in Jack Repko, Harry Carr, Tom O'Brien and Dennis Sheil. Here's hoping that next year will End the Prep once again on top. H091 TENNIS SOMETHING new has been added! The announcement ol a Catholic School Tennis League greeted Prep racqueteers in a meeting of candidates, preli- minary to the actual tryouts. The league is divided into two groups, Manhattan- Bronx and Brooklyn. The former includes the Prep, All Hallows, Power Memo- rial, Mt. St. Michael and Iona. The Ramlets, schedule for the 1942 net season is as follows: April 28-All Hallows . . . . . .Away May 1-Power ........ . . .Away May 4-Mt. St. Michael . Home May 8-Iona ......,. . . .Away May I5-lflflfl .......... . . .Home May 18-Mt. St. Michael .. ...Away May 22-All Hallows . . . . . .Home May 25-Power ....,.....,................,........ Home At this writing, the personnel ol' the squad has not yet been ascertained and with only Toni Hory and Doug Hallock returning from last year's squad the berths are wide open. However, judging from last. year's tournament, those who have the best chance in addition to these two are George Nelson, Mfayne VVeis- ner, Dick Schilling, Bob Parrott, Vic Stephens, Harry Schum and Peter Jowise. It would be quite a distinction for the Prepsters to come out on top in this initial season ol' the league and we wish them the best ol' luck in their endeavors. ,- - V. , ,V c,,.- '-ff w 47 11101 l ATHLETIC COUNCIL QSept.-Jang NV. Biderinzinn, E. Clievins, P. Mulcahy, M. Kingston, G. McElroy, XV. Moylan, J. Kennedy, R. Cella. I ATHLETIC COUNCIL flfeln.-junej Front: J. Mullane, R. Schilling, R. Parrott. G. Hagmun. Standing: J. Killoran, j. Burke, C. Neiter, F. Kane, R. Hunley. lllll CHEER LEADERS Kneeling: Cinelli, Luboja, O'Sullivan, Diserio. Sz'a11.ding: Mallon, Quinn, Stephens, Yveisner, Conway H121 ,, Q X5 ' . - l'1. X ,, ' 'Q ' , -mga. X: , :Rf --,-m-w:f1-z11.:- f cv zfgxfimgg- we , xp qi.: v ii!!! Shui, Sul fi' + if i SENIOR POLL -- 1942 Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favori le Favorite Favorite Favori te Favorite Fztvori t e Actor-Errol Flynn Actress-Lana Turner Band-Glenn Miller Book-Virgil's Interlinear Car-Buick College-Fordham Comedian-Bob Hope Dance-Conga Girl's School-Cathedral High M agazi ne-Li Ie Night Spot-Glen Island Casino Oil' Campus Haunt.-Girl Friend's House On Campus I-Iaunt-Father r1l21llOlllS Ollicc Cigarette-Somebody Else's Saying-"Ren1e1nber Pearl Harbor" I-lobby-Girls Male Vocalist-Bing Gros by Favorite Female Vocalist-I-Ielen O'Connell Favorite Sport-Football Favorite Song-"Blues In The Night" Favorite Paslinle foutsitle sttlioolj-''Mfollingl' Favorite Favorite Pet hate Radio Program-Make Believe Ball Room Teacher-Father Abbott or dislike-.laps Branch of Service Preferred-Air Corps Picture of The Year-"How Green VVas My Valley' Best College Football Team-Fordham Best Pro Football Team-Giants Best Pro Baseball Team-Yankees Ideal Prom Date-Lana Turner Most Envietl Person-John Robert Powers H141 x PATRONS REVEREND ROBERT I. GANNCN, President of Fordlmm Unizlcrsity REXfEREND HARD1NG F1sHER, RIEVERENIJ JOSEPH B. O,CONNELL, SJ Rector of Fordlmm University Prirzcijml Fordlmm P1'cj9ci1'atory School REXVEREND ARTHUR V. SHEA, S.J. REVEREND XVILLIAM T. TALLON, S.J Prcfcct of Discipline Student Counsellor Forcllmm Preparatory School Forclliam PrejJfircito1'y Scliool Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aiello Mr. and Mrs. E. Alpi Mr. Luca Balenzano Mr. and Mrs Vlillianr Barry Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Biderrnann Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Billmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Owen Black Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Berger, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bonvin Mr. and Mrs. E. Braca Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Broderick Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Burns Mr. and Mrs. F. Burke Mr. and Mrs. James D. Burke Mrs. William Callahan Mr. and Mrs. James F. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Casey Mrs. Helen Cassidy Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cella Mr. and Mrs. P. Chevins Mr. and Mrs. F. Conway Mr. and Mrs. J. Connolly Mr. and Mrs. R. Corcoran H151 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corley Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coughlin Mrs. T. Courtney Judge Agnes M. Craig Mr. Michael Daly Mr. and Mrs. E. Edward Da Parma Mr. and Mrs. John Deering Mr. and Mrs. A. DeFeo Mr. and Mrs. M. VV. Del Gaudio Mr. and Mrs. KI. F. Denning Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Diekie Hon, and Mrs. Mathew NI. Diserio Mr. and Mrs. John M. Diserio Mr. and Mrs. Edward Donohue Mr. and Mrs. A. Duessel Mrs. Katheryn Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Edward Egan Mr. and Mrs. A. Faleiano Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fata Dr. and Mrs. P, -I. Flagg Mrs. H. G. Forester Mr. and Mrs. N. Furlong Mr. and Mrs. M. Gargano Mrs. Natalie P. Gilmey Mr. Thomas M. Gill Mrs. Julia C. Gorey Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Graham Mr. and Mrs. George Greene Mr. and Mrs. R, YN. Hagnian Mr. and Mrs. H. Gorden Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Henry Mrs. Leo Hilhnann Dr. and Mrs. YN. H. Hodgson Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Hory Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. M. Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Kane Mr. and Mrs. G. Kane Mr. and Mrs. John Keane Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Keating L1161 Mr. and Mrs. John YV. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy Hon. and Mrs. Martin Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. John A. Killoran Mr. and Mrs. H. Kingston Mr. and Mrs. Williarrii E. Lee Mr. and Mrs. KI. Lenane Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Luboja Hon. and Mrs. james Lyons Mr. and Mrs. John Lyons Mr. and Mrs. VVillian1 Lutz Mr. and Mrs. George McElroy Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Mclintee Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mclintee Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGettigan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. McGowan Mrs. Charles McVVade Mr. and Mrs. Vincent L. Magro Mr. and Mrs. Vito Malanga Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Mallon Mr. and Mrs. G. Marchesi Mr. and Mrs. Marinak Lt. and Mrs. Joseph P. Martin Mr. and Mrs. George A. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. James M. Monahan Mrs. Mary A. Monaghan Dr. and Mrs. VV. Mooney Mr. and Mrs. A. Moreland Mrs. John Morris Mr. and Mrs. B. William Moylan Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mulcahy Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Mullane Mr. and Mrs. F. Mulligan Mr. and Mrs. George A. Mulry Mrs. Arthur G. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Wfilliarn Murphy Mr. and Mrs. James C. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Murray Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Netter l117iI Mr. and Mrs. Roberi Novolny Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Berst Mr. and Mrs. Mfilliain Oehrlein Mr. and Mrs. Josepli V. O'Leary Mr. and Mrs. John B. O'Niell Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Pagano Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Parrot Mr. and Mrs. VVillia1n John Pedrick Mr. and Mrs. sl. A. Plare Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Pregenzer lnspeelor and Mrs. Daniel B. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. blames V. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. George Rachko Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Redmond Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reiehenwallner Mr. and Mrs. A. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. john A. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. cil2ll'CllCC VV. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. A. Rossano Mrs. Nancy S. Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Schilling Mr. and Mrs. Adam SlIllIl2iIJlD21lll.' Mr. and Mrs. I-larry Sehuln Mr. and Mrs. F. Seilz Mr. and Mrs. 4I0SC17l1 Shea Mr. and Mrs. Edward lf. Sniiih Mr. and Mrs. V. Spiegel Mrs. Livia Slephens Mr. and Mrs. B. E. SuLLer Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thaele Mr. and Mrs. George Theobald Mr. and Mrs. john Toloiner Mr. and Mrs. XV. Vita Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vizian Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mfalsh Mr. and Mrs. james E. Wfalsh Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh Mr. and Mrs. R. A. VVeisner Mr. and Mrs. John M. VVilson Mr. and Mrs. F. Yanitelli fnsj SENIOR CLASS Aiello. Joseph Victor 100 Anderson Avenue Scarsdale, N. Y. Alpi, Angelo Victor 2091 Arthur Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Barry. lVillian1 Anthony 21 YVest 184th Street Bronx, N. Y. Biderniann, XVillian1 Robert 2036 Ryer Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Billnieyer, Robert Edwin 98 Allison Avenue Yonkers, N. Y. Braca, John Joseph 2121 Grand Concourse Bronx, N. Y. Broderick, Alfred Joseph 2380 Grand Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Burke, James joseph 2037 Valantine Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Burns, Robert Emmett 31-21 29th Street L. I. City, N. Y. Campbell, Joseph john 2514 Creston Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Carr, Harry Martin 840 Grand Concourse Bronx, N. Y. Cassidy, Warren Joseph 2875 Sedgwick Avenue Bronx, N. Y. H191 DIRECTGRY Cella, Robert Lawrence 4747 Delaiield Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Chevins, Edward Joseph 115 Bennett Avenue New York, N. Y. Conway, James Francis Jr. 110 Post Avenue Manhattan, N. Y. Corcoran, Richard joseph 2728 Marion Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Courtney, Thomas Joseph 36 Laurel Place Yonkers, N. Y. Daly, Patrick Joseph 2310 Belmont Avenue Bronx, N. Y. DaPar1na, Edward Janies 2173 Hughes Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Deering, Lazerian Patrick 217-08 821161 Ave. Queens Village, N. Y. DeFeo, Anthony Frank 2013 Paulding Avenue New York, N. Y. DelGaudio, John Matthew 2873 Bainbridge Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Denning, Thomas Vincent 1781 Riverside Drive New York, N. Y. Dickie, George Mitchell 2593 Grand Concourse Bronx, N. Y. Diserio, John Matthew 743 East 183d Street Bronx, N. Y. Donohue, Edward James Jr 22 Stanley Place Yonkers, N. Y. Duessel, Harold 2219 Tenbroeck Ave11ue Bronx, N. Y. Dunn, Bernard Joseph 4030 Bro11x Boulevard Bro11x, N. Y. Egan, XfVillia111 Michael 2079 Crotona Avenue Bronx, N. Y. l"z1lci:111o, Ralph KICFOIIIC .175 Morris Avenue Bronx, N. Y. lfztta, I.awrence Illfillilil 3055 Hull Avenue Bro11x, N. Y. Flagg, llznnes Anthony 87 Alta Avenue Yonkers, N. Y. Gargano, Nicola Joseph 800 Riverside Drive New York, N. Y. Gihney, Eugene Collins 1962 Narragansett Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Graham, James Andrew 4706 46th Street Nflloodside, L. I., N. Y. Hagman, George VVilliarn 95 Jevis Road Yonkers, N. Y. Hanley, Richard Gordon 22181 Elm Place Bronx, N. Y. Henry, Allred John 2122 Valentine .AVCHUC Bronx, N. Y. Hillmann, Joseph Carroll S2 Randolph Road Ylflnte Plains, N. Y. Hodgson. Wfilson Joseph 2586 Bainbridge Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Hory, Thomas Joseph 266 Bedford Pk. Blvd. Bronx, N. Y. Jordan, Martin Francis 585 Ishan Street New York, N. Y. Kane, Francis Xavier 311 2ootl1 Street Bronx, N. Y. Keating, Hilary Moore 105 Mt. Hope Place Bronx, N. Y. Ke1111edy, .Iohn Joseph 3011 Arlington Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Killoran, John Andrew 4300 Oneida Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Lenane, Thomas Francis 110 Seaman Avenue New York, N. Y. Luboja, Edward Stephen 2321 Hughes Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Lutz, Wfilliam Joseph 625 King Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Lyons, John Edward 155 Wlest 16261 Street Bronx, N. Y. McElroy, George Richard 4325 Forby Street Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. McEntee, Joseph James 2.186 Valentine Avenue Bronx, N. Y. McGettigan, Edward Thomas 2305 University Avenue Bronx, N. Y. McYVade, Christopher James 623 XfValton Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Mallon, Harry Anthony 2280 Andrews Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Marchesi, George Joseph 102 Alkamont Avenue Scarsdale, N. Y. Miller, Joseph Henry 2117 Hermany Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Mitchell James Aloysius 53 Rossmore Avenue Bronxville, N. Y. Monaghan, Owen Paul 3260 82d Street Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. Moreland, James Peter 2338 Laconia Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Moylan, Bryan William 64 Parkway Road Bronxville, N. Y. Mulcahy, Philip Michael 473 East 141st Street Bronx, N. Y. Mullane, John Martin 307 East 188th Street Bronx, N. Y. 11211 Mulry, Michael Kearney 40 East 240th Street Bronx, N. Y. Murphy, Donald William 437 Highland Avenue Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Murray, John Joseph 2665 Grand Concourse Bronx, N. Y. Murray, Joseph Christopher 381 Mosholu Parkway Bronx, N. Y. Netter, Charles Henry 21 Beechmont Avenue Bronxville, N. Y. Novotny, Robert Thomas 3325 Rochambeau Avenue Bronx, N. Y. O'Berst, Edward Gordon 571 VVest 215th Street Manhattan, N. Y. Oehrlein, William Jacob Jr. 134 Cedar Lane Bronxville, N. Y. O'Leary, YA7illiam Henry 31 West 12th Street Manhattan, N. Y. O'Neill, John Kevin 2644 Marion Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Pagano, Vito Vanero 120 Sullivan Street New York, N. Y. Parrott, Robert Harold 83-09 35th Avenue Jackson Heights, N. Y. Quinn, James Vincent 2682 Preston Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Quinn, Thomas Donald 9418 208tl1 Street Queens Village, N. Y. Redmond, Thomas Matthew 2444 Valentine Avenue Bronx, N. Y. RClCl1CHYV3llH6f, Carl Joseph 156 East 124th Street New York, N. Y. Reilly, john Aloysius 42-58 77th Street Elmhurst, N. Y. Rossano, Nicholas Andrew 21 I5 Haight Ave11ue Bro11x, N. Y. Shilling, Richard Robert 3216 Kossuth Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Sfllllllllllilllli, Bernard Michael 70-20 72lltl Street Glendale, N. Y. Sflllllll, Harry Joseph 1053 Clay Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Seitz, Frederick Jerome 2725 Marion Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Shea, Joseph Francis 61 East 86th Street New York, N. Y. Smith, Edward Francis 2463 Marion Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Spiegel, Valentine Joseph 172 Beech Street Tuekahoe, N. Y. 11221 Stephens, Victor joseph 2330 Ryer Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Sutter, Merrill Bernard 2520 Briggs Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Thaete, Edward Henry 7 Overhill Road Scarsdale, N. Y. Tolomer, August John 3335 Decatur Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Vita, Frank Joseph 1520 Rosedale Avenue Bro11x, N. Y. Vizian, Leo Joseph 188 Audubon Avenue New York, N. Y. Mfalsli, Edward Francis 2704 Decatur Avenue .lil'0IlX, N. Y. Walsh, joseph Edward lll West lliglll Street Bronx, N. Y. VValsl1, 'llll0Ill2lS 'I0llIl 1605 Hone Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Weis11er, Wayne Michael 34-28 76th Street Jackson Heights, N. Y. Wilson, John Marion 2565 Marion Avenue Bronx, N. Y. Yanitelli, Pasquale Francis 3263 Hull Avenue New York, N. Y. IN APPRECIATION The Class of Nineteen Forty-Two wishes to express its sincere and hearty gratitude to all those who have assisted us in the preparation and publishing of the 1942 Raxrxlx. In particular we are indebted to: Rev. Joseph B. O'Connell, SJ., Rev. Arthur V. Shea, SJ., and Rev. lVilliarn T. Tallon, SJ., for their kind cooperation. The Moderator and stall who labored so diligently to make the 1942 ll.-XBIKIN a success. All our patrons and patronesses and advertisers whose aid has made this yearbook a reality. Bliss Hodgins and llr. llercerau of Saronv, Inc., for their care in handling the photography of this book. Mr. Samuel Rice of the Monarch Photo Engraving Co. for his splendid service and advice. Mr. John McGuire of the Heffernan Press for his excellent counseling in matters of publication. Mr. Allis of the Molloy Cover Co. who assisted in the designing of the cover of this book. H231 CHALLENGE A challenge to the best wine that can be ob- cit any price or from whatever source. A oduct of pre-prohibi- ton vineycxrdisfs, from the heart of Ccxliiornids d t. h X2 fo Y B. CRIBARI 6. SONS Mcxdrone, New York, Compliments Of KEATING HALL CAFETERIA under ITl2lIlElgCIIlCI1t Of T. J. lVIacDermOtt Company 55 1 Fifth Avenue NEW YORK Tuxedoes TO Hire Murray Schools Exclusively Devices Buddy Malfetano 1972 Third Avenue Bet. 108th and 109th sts. Metropolitan Device Phone Lehigh 4-3228 Corporation Outftted the 1942 Graduates BROOKLYN, N. Y. Thi! if lflf' icillzlizllgf mf-1'w'1i.fff111f11t in Rogfwzf PMID fldfueriififzg Conley! in zlze Fordhzznz URlU7IA7Z7IU. Szzbnziftnf 1311 FRANK B. 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