Fordham Preparatory School - Ramkin Yearbook (Bronx, NY)
- Class of 1956
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The Senior Class of n
William j. Collins
joseph F. Realini
Guy M. Adami
Robert F. Burlinson
john C. Calhoun
Robert M. Callagy
William A. Carr
Bernard j. Comaskey
THE RAMKIN STAFF
Vincent j. Conlan
Richard D. Cusati
Thomas F. Dinan
Terrence R. Douglas
Edward T. Dowling
Walter A. Franck
Paul M. Frank
Harvey G. Hertzman
Harry D. Lambert
james G. McElligott
john F. McGuiness
Roger P. McIntyre
M. Vincent Mikolainis
Henry A. Miller-jones
Vincent J. Pasrore
David C. Purpi
john F. Sheeran
Peter N. Smith
Michael K. Tierney
Thomas H. Trimarco
Karl A. Bauer
joseph R. Pisani
Andrew R. Bolmann
Richard D. Cusati
Paul F. Held
Roger P. Mclntyre
Michael J. Casey
Richard C. Corcoran
Robert H. Nenninger
Thomas W. Overhulse
Robert B. Schneider
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FORDHAM PREPARATORY SCHOOL
Bronx, New York
To Saint Ignatius Loyola, the soldier-saint and founder
of the Society of Jesus, we gratefully dedicate this book.
It was his foresight and wisdom under the inspiration of
God which led to the foundation of the Jesuit System of
Education. Under the guidance of his devoted followers
we have matured in wisdom and in grace, and, following
the principles which he set down for us, we will lead the
lives of exemplary Catholics in our pursuit of excellence.
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As, from our positions in later
life, we look back on these days full
of memories, we will recall the
many people who have led us
through our four years at the Prep:
the faculty, our classmates, and our
fellow students, The ability which
many of them have shown in the
various aspects of Prep life offers
great promise of their leadership in
the future. However, since memo-
ries are apt to be faulty, we offer
you this book so that you may gaze
down the time-honoured halls and
recall the many passages, some clif-
ficult, some happy, some solemn,
but all memorable, down which we
have travelled all these years.
The members of the Prep Faculty have had
a great influence on our lives, not only by the
inspiring example of their dedicated lives, but
by the enthusiastic encouragement and sup-
port they have given to all our youthful en-
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If any individual person characterizes the spirit and leadership of the
Prep, that man is Rev. Arthur V. Shea, SJ. For not only in our four
years at Fordham but through the last three decades Father Shea, SJ.
has guided the way of Prepmen as Prefect of Discipline. Of all the
memories of the graduates of the Prep none is more outstanding than
that of Father Shea, SJ.
Father Thomas C. Hennessy, S.-I. be-
came the Student Counselor of the Prep
four years ago and since then has advised
the students in their studies, difficulties
and all phases of their lives. Besides this
important guidance Father is Director of
the Prep Sodalities and Moderator of the
Campion Debating Society.
Father Thomas E. Griffin, SJ. has
served as Director of Athletics for six
years. During this time he helped the
Prep's teams rise from almost nothing to
the strong position they now hold in all
sports. Besides this post Father Grifiin,
is also head of the French Depart-
ment at the Prep.
The three Latin teachers discus-
The "Dean of the Prep," Mr. Patrick J.
Shea has taught at Fordham for 54 years.
At the present time his main interest is
teaching Physics and moderating the Physics
Club. Mr. William Moriarty has divided
his time between teaching German and Eng-
lish and acting as Moderator of the Rifle
Team since its founding.
Mr. Cornelius F. Hurley, SJ. and Mr.
james L. Dullaghan are teaching this year
for the first time at the Prep. Mr. Hurley
teaches Latin and English and is the Mod-
erator of the junior Sodality and Assistant
Moderator of the Magazineg Mr. Dullaghan
teaches most of the Freshman English classes.
sing their favorite subject are Fr.
George B. Hoch, SJ., Mt. Albert
T. Kirchner and Fr. Thomas
Crowley, SJ. Besides Latin, Fr.
Hoch teaches English and Religion
and is the Moderator of the Fresh-
man Sodalityg Mr. Kirchner teaches
Mathematics and coaches j.V. Base-
ballg Fr. Crowley teaches English
and Religion in addition to coach-
ing the very successful Caesar Latin
ln the capacity of Graduate Manager of
Athletics, Mr. limund j. McHugh has been
greatly aided by Mr. John F. Talbot, SJ.
Mr. McHugh also teaches Senior and junior
linglish while Mr. Talbot, in addition to
teaching English and Latin, coaches .I.V.
Basketball, supervises intramurals, and di-
rects the School dances.
Former classmates at the Prep,
Mr. Charles W. DaParma and Mr.
Francis X. Holbrook have taught
here since beginning their teaching
careers. Mr. DaParma presently
teaches Latin to the three upper
years, and Mr. Holbrook teaches
History and English.
The Moderator and Assistant Moderator
of the Dramatic Society, respectively, Fr.
John Leonard, SJ. and Mr. Joseph V.
Hamilton, SJ. have been responsible for the
fine plays presnted at the Prep in the last
few years. On the scholastic side Fr. Leonard
teaches Latin, English and Mathematics
while Mr. Hamilton teaches History and is
the Assistant Moderator of the Rampart.
Mr. Mallick Fitzpatrick, SJ. and Fr. William E.
Although he has taught at the Prep for
only two years Fr. Francis A. Fahey, SJ.
is one of the most popular teachers in the
school. In addition to teaching Latin, English
and Religion to the Freshmen, Fr. Fahey, SJ.
has also found time to manage the bookstore
and moderate the Patdow Debating Society,
Boyle, SJ. teach most of the Greek students at the
Prep. Mr. Fitzpatrick, SJ. furthermore teaches Latin
and English, coaches Freshman Basketball and is Mod-
erator of the Senior Sodality and of the Yearbook.
Fr. Boyle, SJ. in addition to Greek teaches Latin and
is the coach of all Prep Orators.
Two of the mainstays of the Mathematics Department, Mr. Wlilliam Herrmann and
Mr. Edward M. Pickett, SJ. both play an important part in Prep life. Mr. Herrmann
teaches Freshman Algebra and Social Studies and is Moderator of the newspaper. Mr.
Pickett, SJ. in addition to teaching Algebra moderates the Sanctuary Society and Sopho-
more Sodality and is the Assistant Moderator of the Debating Society.
Longstanding members of the Fordham Faculty are
Fr. Adrian L. Bona, SJ. and Fr. justin J. Reimondo,
SJ. Fr. Bona, S.j. teaches Religion to all the Senior
and junior classes and Fr. Reimondo along with Re-
ligion teaches Social Studies.
Mr. joseph P. Fox is the only Hygiene teacher in
the Prep and also a teacher of History. By his fine
coaching he has long upheld the Prep's reputation
for having good track teams. Mr. Sullivan, a familiar
figure in the A.C. Oflice, has added to his accomplish-
ments as a Latin teacher a two year span as Varsity
Mr. Lawrence A. Cascio has completed his third
year as instructor of junior and Senior French. Mr.
j. Francis Stroud, S.j. teaching for the first time at
the Prep, has devoted his time to junior Latin and
linglish and to the direction of the Choir-Glee Club.
Mr. john W. Lyttle and Mr. joseph J. Ososki com-
prise a good part of the Athletic Association. Mr.
Lyttle is the Varsity Swimming Coach and an Instruc-
tor of Mathematics and Physical Educationg Mr.
Ososki is the Varsity Football and Baseball Coach
and an Instructor of Social Studies and Physical Ed-
The "Masters of the Math" at the Prep, Mr. james
P. Melican and Mr. Harry L. McDonough have to-
gether taught here at Fordham for over 25 years.
Though teaching all forms of Math through the
years, Mr. Melican's specialty has been Trigonometry
and Mr. McDonough's has been Geometry.
While Mr. William H. Ward, SJ. has lust begun
teaching at Fordham, Mr. Rudolph L. Hanish has
become a familiar figure at the Prep. Primarily Mr.
Hanish is head of the German department, but he
also directs the German choristers. Mr. Ward, SJ.
is a Mathematics and Chemistry teacher and Modera-
tor of the Magazine and Assistant Moderator of
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Mr. Hugh C. Fallon has been advancing the intellectual development of his Algebra
and Social Studies students and in his spare time has been moderating the Chess Club.
Fr. George D. McAnaney, S.-I., the Freshman Counselor, begins to mold the character
of future Prep leaders. Wlic-ii the Prep student moves on to Sophomore year, he has
the benefit of Fr. Ernest P. Hartnett, SJ., instructor of Latin and English.
Mrs. Irene R. Cozzarin has served in the
important position of Assistant Librarian for
three years. Besides these duties Mrs. Cozza-
rin teaches Library Science to all the Fresh-
The people behind the scenes who perform the
set retarial duties are Mrs. Cecilia V. jegle and Miss
Mary Ann llrennan. Mrs. jegle is the Registrar and F" ,ay
Miss lirennan the Secretary.
We salute the leaders of the Senior Class
who have, in word and action, shown the stu-
dent body the full meaning of Prep spirit and
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Pnfect of the Senior Sodalizfy
G. FRANK O'BRIEN
Sod. 1,2,3,4g Prefect 3,4g K.B.S. 1,2,5,4g
Guard of Honor 2,4g Class Oflicer 4g
Phys. Club 4g Debating 1,33 School Or-
atoty 1,2, lst Place lg Oratory 1,255
Dance Comm. 4g Swimming 1,2,3,4,
Captain 43 Intramurals 1,4.
Preyzklent of the Senior Counczl
HENRY R. HEALEY
Sod. 45 K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of Honor
1,2,3,4g Athl. Counc. 4g Class Officer
2,35 Germ. Club 4g Phys. Club 4g J.V.
Football lg Vars. Football 2,3,4g Frosh.
Basketball lg J.V. Basketball 2g J.V.
Baseball 1,2g Vars. Baseball 3,4g Intra-
murals 1,2,3,4g Lou Gehrig Award 4g
All-Cath. Hon. Ment. 4.
G UY M. ADAMI
Sod. 1,23 Aux. Lat. lg Counc. Disc.
5,4g Achl. Counc. 3,43 Class Officer
l,2,5Q Yearbook 45 Germ. Club 25.
fig Chem. Club SQ Phys. Club 43
Track 1,253 lnrramunls l,2,5,4,
Honey, do you have four friends?
JOHN J. AFIONIAN
Counc. Disc. 3,43 Class Ofhcer 31
Lib. Staff 2g Phys. Club 4g Frosh
Basketball lg Vars. Baseball 3,4g In-
LOUIS R. AIDALA
Sod. 2,3,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Gold
Medal lg Class Pres. lg Yearbook
4g Phys. Club 45 Photography Club
3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Cheerlead-
EUGENE H. ARRIERI
GEORGE L. ARESI GW
G Sod. 1,2g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Germ.
gorge Club 3,4g Intramurals 1,2.
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Athl. Counc. 4g Phys.
Club 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Dance
JAMES J. BANDURA
K.B.S. 1,2,5,4g Aux. Lat. 55 Class
Pres. 32 Class Officer 4g Chem. Club
3g J.V. Football 1,2, Captain 23 J.V.
JOSEPH P. BARATTA
Sod. 15 K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Class Officer
2g Phys. Club 4g Debating lg Dance
Comm. 4g J.V. Football lg Track lg
You want me, Father?
Baseball 1,2g Vars. Baseball 5,4g
JOHN J. BARCH
Sod. 3,45 K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of
Honor 3,4g Class Ofhcer lg Germ.
Club 3,4g Chem. Club 35 Phys. Club
43 Frosh. Basketball lg j.V. Basket-
ball 2g j.V. Baseball lg Intramurals
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FRANK A. BELLANTESE
K.B.S. l,2,5,4g Athl. Counc. 43
Class Ofhcer 25 Phys. Club 4g J.V
Baseball lg Vars. Baseball 2,5,4g In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4g Dance Comm. 4.
EDWARD M. BELECK
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Aux. Lat. 2g Germ.
Club 3,4g Chess Club 2.
KARL A. BAUER
Sod. 1,2,5,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard
of Honor 3,4g Aux. Lat. 3g Ram-
part 4g Yearbook Bus. Mgr. 4g
Germ. Club 3,4g Phys. Club 4g Pos-
ter Club 4g Debating 1.
Hey, that tickles!
THOMAS J. BOWES
Sod. l,2g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of
Honor 4g Germ. Club 5,4g Chem.
Club 3g Phys. Club 4g Intramurals
ANDREW R. BOLMANN
Sod. 2,3,4g Silver Medal 1,35 Aux.
Lat. l,2,3g Cath. Class. Sight 2.3,
Hon. Ment. 2g N.Y.U. Sight 25.
Hon. Ment. 2g Class Officer 4g Year-
book 4g Verg. Acad. 4g Poster Club
l,3,4, Pres. 4g Chess Club 2,3,4g
JOHN A. BERTRAND
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g j.V. Football 1,2g
Frosh Basketball lg .I.V. Basketball
THOMAS A. BRENNAN
Sod. l,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g K.B.S.
Usher 4g Senior Council Vice Pres.
4g Counc. Disc. 45 Class Pres. 23
Class Officer 3g Phys. Club 4g Vars.
Football l,2,5,4g Swimming 2,3,4g
Intramurals 1,2,3,4g All Schol. 2nd
team 3g A11 Met. 5rd team 33 All
Schol. 5rd team 43 Cath. High
JOSEPH P. BROWN
K.B.S. 3,4g Glee Club 4g Phys. Club
ROBERT F. BURLINSON
Sod. 2,3,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of
Honor 3,4g Ofhcer 33 Silver Medal
lg Aux. Lat. 3g Cath. Class Sight 23
N.Y.U. Sight 2g Play Bus. Staff 4g
Yearbook 4g Glee Club lg Phys.
Club 4g Debating 1,2,3,4g Oratory
45 Dance Comm. 4g Intramurals 1,2.
PATRICK J. BUCKLEY
K.B.S. 4g Magazine 3g Track 35
Tennis lg Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
He should see us now!
RICHARD S. CAGAN
Sod. 15 K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Class Officer
lg Dram. Soc. 45 Germ. Club 5,4g
Chem. Club 53 Phys. Club 4g Chess
Club 3,45 Debating lg Cross-Coun-
try lg Track 1,2,5,4g Intramurals
JOHN C. CALHOUN
Sod. 1,2,3,4, Oflicer 43 K.B.S. 1,2,3,
4g Guard of Honor 2,3,4, Oflicer 53
Stud. Couns. Comm. 43 Silver
Medal 33 Aux. Lat. 2,33 Yearbook
4g Germ. Club 3,43 Phys. Club 4g
Debating 1,2,3,43 Oratory 23 Track
ROBERT M. CALLAGY
Sod. 1,2,3,43 K.B.S. 1,2,3,43 Guard of
Honor 4g K.B.S. Usher 43 Athl.
Counc. 33 Play Bus. Staff 43 Ram-
part 3,43 Yearbook 43 Phys. Club 43
Debating l,3,43 School Oratory 13
Oratory l,3,43 Dance Comm. 4g
Tennis l,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
BRIAN H. CANNING
CARMINE CAMPANELLA Brian
Campy K.B.S. 1,2,3,43 Athl. Counc. 3,4Q
K.B.S. 12 3 4. Aux. Lat. 3. Phys' Dram. Soc. 2g Phys. Club 43 Dance
Club 42 football 25 Trazk 2,35 Comm. 4g Gen'l Chairman 4g Vars.
Intramurals l,2,3,4. Baseball 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
Wc'll never make the circus.
WILLIAM A. CARR
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Athl. Counc. 45 Class
Officer 2g Yearbook 4g Germ. Club
3,4g Phys. Club 4g Dance Comm. 4g
Cross-Country Ig Track Ig j.V.
Baseball 23 Vars. Baseball 5,4g In-
ROBERT V. COLONNELL
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Guard of Honor 5,
4g Class Pres. 2g Dram. Soc. 4g Glee
Club 5g Chem. Club 4g j.V. Foot-
ball lg Vars. Football 2g Intramurals
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Aux. Lat. 3g Year
book 4, Co-Editor 45 Phys. Club 4
Debating 1,2,5,4g School Oratory 2
Dance Comm. 4g Intramurals 1,2,
ANDREW T. COFFEY
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Class Pres. 2g Class
Officer 1,3,4g Vars. Football 25,43
Frosh Basketbal Ig j.V. Basketball
25 j.V. Baseball lg Intramurals 1,
Hurry up, nobody's coming
Food for the body and the soul: Prepmen eat
while listening to spiritual reading,
Fr. john Magan, SJ. imparts his blessing at
the end of the Retreat.
By prayer and meditation we came to know Christ better.
It is to this mountain Retreat House of Gon-
zaga that Prep Seniors come to spend their four
most important days at the Prep. Leaving be-
hind the noise and cares of the world, they
meditate here under the direction of their re-
treat master, on their past lives, on the plans
God has for them after graduation, and they
seek His graces and guidance for the future.
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VINCENT J. CON LAN
Sod. 1,4g K.B.S. l,2,4g Rampart 35
Yearbook 4g Phys. Club 4g Tennis
1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4.
BERNARD J. COMASKEY
Sod. 1,2,3,4g K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Silver
Medal lg Aux. Lat. 1,3g Yearbook
THOMAS J. COMACK
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Class Oflicer 1,2g
Phys. Club 4g Swimming 2,4g In-
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4g Debating 1,2,3,4g Oratory 1,2,5,4g
Track 2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
JAMES F. CORCORAN
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Athl. Counc. 45 In
ELLIOT A. CRISTANTELLO
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Class Ofhcer lg Phys.
Club fig Intramurals 1,2.
CARL O. CUTRONE
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Phys. Club 4g School
Oratory lg j.V. Football 23 Track 3g
J.V. Baseball 2g Intramurals 1,2,4.
RICHARD D. CUSATI
Sod. 2,3,4g K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Class Offi-
cer 5,4g Rampart 45 Magazine 4g
Yearbook 4g Lib. Stall 23 Phys.
Club 45 Poster Club 3,43 Dance
Comm. 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
DAVID V. DELLO MONACO
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Phys. Club 4g J.V
Football 2g Vars. Football 3,4g In-
MICHAEL T. DENNEHY
Sod. I,2,3,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard
of Honor 3,4g Stud. Couns. Comm.
4g Aux. Lat. 2g Play Bus. Staff 3,4g
Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Ofhcer 4g Germ.
Club 3,4g Chem. Club 5g Phys. Club
4g Poster Club lg School Oratory 15
Dance Comm. 4g Intramurals 1,2.
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PAUL P. DESIMONE
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Aux. Lat. Ig Class
Officer 1g Chem Club 33 Phys. Club
THOMAS F. DINAN
Sod. 1,2,3,-45 K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard
JAMES P' DE STEFANO of Honor 4g Counc. Disc. 5,4g Stud.
Duffy Couns. Comm. 4g Play Bus. Staff 3,
Sod. lg K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Phys. Club 4s Yearbook 4: Glee Club 125,44
43 Inn-a1nufa151,2,3,4. Phys. Club 4g Debating lg Dance
Comm. 4g Intramurals 1,2.
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THOMAS A. DOLAN
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Sanc. Soc. 35 Dram.
Soc. 3,45 Play Bus. Staff 45 Lib. Staff
2,3,45 Phys. Club 45 Poster Club 1,
3,4, Officer 45 Oratory 15 Dance
Comm. 45 Cross Country 15 Track
lg Intramurals 2,4.
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TERRENCE R. DOUGLAS
Sod. 3,45 K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Sanc. Soc.
3,45 Guard of Honor 3,45 Senior
Council Assistant 45 Counc. Disc.
45 Class Pres. 1,55 Class Officer 25
Rampart 25,45 Yearbook 45 Phys.
Club 45 Dance Comm. 3,45 Gen'l
Chairman 45 Cross-Country 15 In-
tramurals l,2,5,45 Cheerleader 3.
WILLARD E. DOUGHTY
Sod. 15 K.B.S. 1,25 Poster Club 1,25
Intramurals 15 Rifle Team 2,3,4,
MICHAEL G. DORLIGO
Sod. 1,2,5,4g K.B.S. l,2,5,45 Guard
of Honor 3,45 Phys. Club 45 Poster
Club 45 Debating 1,2,3,45 Oflicer
45 School Oratory 1,25 Oratory 1,2,
3,45 Marian Year Cont. lst Place 25
Dance Comm. 45 Intramurals 1,2.
Who put that in ,the paper?
That word's "DEsert" not "deSERT."
ROBERT T. FARRELL
K.B.S. 1,4g Class Officer 1,43 Glee
Club 1,2,5,4g Pres. 5,4g Phys. Club
ig Debating 1g Rifle Team 2.
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Sod. 1,25 K.B.S. 1,2g Athl. Coun. 3
43 Play Bus. Staff 4, Phys. Club 4
EDWARD T. DOWLING
Sod. 1,2,3,4, Officer 2,3,4g K.B.S. 1,
2,5,4g Guard of Honor 2,3,4, Pre-
fect 5g Gold Medal 55 Cath. Class
Sight 2,3, Silver Medal 2g N.Y.U.
Sight 2, Hon. Mem. 2g Class Officer
4, Play Bus. Staff 4, Yearbook 4g
Phys. Club 4g Virg. Acad. 49 School
Orarory 1, Gold Trophy 15 Orarory
43 Dance Comm. 4, Cheerleader 4g
Swimming 1,2,5,4g Silv. Medal
Nov. City Champs 5.
ANTHONY J. F IORELLA
Sod. 1,2,5,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Usher
43 Athl. Counc. 4g Class Officer 1,2g
Glee Club 3g Phys. Club 45 J.V.
Dance Comm. 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,
4g Rifle Team 3,4, Ofhcer 4.
Football li Vars. Football 2,3,4g
All-Scol. Hon. Ment. 3, All-City
Hon. Ment. 43 All-Met. Hon. Menr.
4g All-Prep Hon. Ment. 45 j.V.
RICHARD M. FITZGIBBON
K.B.S. I,2,4g Athl. Counc. 4g Frosh
Basketball lg j.V. Basketball 25 In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4g Dance Comm. 4.
THOMAS A. FLANAGAN
K.B.S. lg Aux. Lat. 1,2g Class Offi-
cer 2g Dance Comm. 5,4, Gen'1
Chairman 45 J.V. Football lg Intra-
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JAMES K. FITZPATRICK
Sod. 2,3,4g K.B.S. 2,44 Silver Medal
lg Rampart 1,2,5,4g Assoc. Editor 3,
Co-Editor 43 Yearbook Photog. 2g
Germ. Club 3,-4g Chem. Club 53
Phys. Club 4g Radio Club lg Dance
Comm. 4g Intramurals I,2,5,4.
I didn't mean it, boys.
WALTER A. FRANCK
Sod, 45 K.B.S. 4g Guard of Honor
49 Magazine 43 Yearbook 4g Phys.
nd Halloween dan
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The College Gymnasium transformed
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Among the many popular social func-
tions of the Prep are the unforgetable
dances which are held frequently in the
College Gymnasium and in the various
lounges on the campus throughout the
year. Whether it is a Halloween Dance
in the Mural Room of Keating Hall, a
Victory Dance in Reidy Hall, or even
the Swiss Chalet in the College Gym-
nasium, all who attend never forget
these nights when Prep spirit and cor-
diality are at their peak.
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TU HE BER
"She-iks and their Princesses" attend the
Arabian Nights festivities.
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Successful football season presents an
occasion for another Reidy Hall
PAUL M. FRANK
Sodality 1,2,5,4, Ollicer 3,45 K.B.S.
1,2,5,45 Gold Medal 15 Silver
Medal 25 Aux. Lat. 1,2555 Senior
Council Secretary 45 Class Officer 1,
55 Dram. Soc. 55 Play Bus. Staff 2,
45 Rampart 15 Yearbook 45 Phys.
Club 45 Debating 1,2,5,4, Pres. 45
School Oratory 1, Gold Medal 15
Oratory 1,2,5,45 Dance Comm. 45
Cheerleader 5,45 Basketball Mgr. 5,
WILLIAM F. GALVIN
K.B.S. 1,2,5,45 Guard of Honor. 2,
45 Athl. Counc. 45 Phys. Club 45
J.V. Football 1,25 Varsity Football
THOMAS R. GAINES
K.B.S. l,2,5,45 Aux. Lat. 1,55 Class
Pres. 25 Rampart 5,45 Chem. Club
45 Tennis 1,2,5,45 Intramurals 1,25
FRANK M. GANNON
Sodality 1,2,5,4, Prefect 2, Ofhcer
1,55 K.B.S. 1,2,5,45 Sanc. Soc. 5,45
Guard of Honor 5,45 Athl. Counc.
5,45 Germ. Club 5,45 Chem. Club
55 Dance Comm. 45 Cross-Country
1,2,5,4, Track 1,2,5,45 Intramurals
There is nothing like the Ritz!
5,45 Intramurals 1,2,5,4.
WILLIAM A. GARRITY
K.B.S. l,2,3,45 Athl. Counc. 45 Class
Pres. 2, Class Offlcer 33 Phys. Club
45 j.V. Football 25 Varsity Football
4, Captain 45 All-City lst Team 45
All-Schol. Hon. Mem. 45 All-Met.
3rd Team 45 j.V. Baseball 1,25 Var-
sity Baseball 3,45 Intramurals l,2,
FRANK K. GRADT
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 3,45
Germ. Club 3,45 Phys. Club 45
Dance Comm. 45 Cross-Country l,2,
3,4, Capt. 45 Track l,2,3,45 Intra-
MICHAEL W. GIORGIO
Sodality l,2,3,45 Sanc. Soc. 45
K.B.S. l,2,3,45 Guard of Honor 45
Athl. Counc. 3,45 Play Bus. Staff 45
Rampart 25 Germ. Club 2,3,45
Chem. Club 35 Phys. Club 45 Chess
Club 2,3,4, Pres. 45 Dance Comm.
EUGENE S. GAUDIO
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Aux. Lat. 1,35 Ram-
part 15 Phys. Club 45 Intramurals
Yeah, I'm going alone.
45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
Ha! Ha! We sold him, a raw hot-dog.
JOHN R. HEFELE
Sod. 3,43 K.B.S. 1,2,3,43 Athl.
Counc. 43 Play Bus. Staff 43 Germ.
Club 5,43 Phys. Club 43 Radio Club
13 Intramurals 1,2,3.
MICHAEL J. HAYES
Sod. 1,2,3,43 K.B.S. 1,2,3,43 Guard
of Honor I254' Ph s Club 4'
DON H. GUIDOTTI
Sod. 2,3,43 K.B.S. l,2,3,43 Aux. Lat.
23 Play Bus. Staff 43 Glee Club 1,2,
3,43 School Organist 1,2,3,43 Germ.
Club 3,43 Chem. Club 33 Phys. Club
43 Stud. Couns. Comm. 4.
PAUL F. HELD
! 7 7 ! Y ' 7
Cross-Country 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,
K.B.S. 1,2,3,43 Dram. Soc. 13 Mag-
azine 2,3,43 Yearbook 2,3,43 Phys.
Club 43 Poster Club 43 Dance
Comm. 1,2,3,43 Gen'l Chairman 43
HARVEY G. HERTZMAN
Counc. Disc. 4, Athl. Counc. 3,4
Class Officer 2,33 Dram. Soc. 2,3,4
Yearbook 4, Germ. Club 5,45 De
baring, 2,3,4, Officer 4, School Ora
tory lst Place 1, Oratory 1,3,4
j.V. Basketball 2, Intramurals 1,21
DAVID E. HUGHES
Sod. 3,4, Germ. Club 3,4g School
Oratory lg Cross-Country 1,3,4,
W.P.P.A.A. lst place 43 Track 1,2,
3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
DAVID S. HIGGINS
Sod. 1,2,3,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard
of Honor 2,3,4, Officer 3, Athl.
Counc. 3,45 Dram. Soc. 3,4, Pres. 4,
2nd prize 3,4g Rampart 4, Advert.
Direct. 4, Magazine 4, Lib. Staff 2,
Phys. Club 45 Poster Club 4, Chess
Club 2, Radio Club lg Debating 1,
2,3,4g Oratory l,2,3,4g Intramurals
l,2,3,4g Dance Comm. 4.
We must have goofed!
EDWARD J. HUGHES
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Counc. Disc. 4, Athl.
Counc. 3, Class Pres. lg Magazine
3,4, Editor 43 Chem. Club 4, Dance
Comm. 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
JAMES J. HUGHES fm
GERARD M. KEANE
Jim K.B.S. l,2,5,4g Rampart 45 Phys.
Club 4g Track lg Intramurals 1,2,
Sod. 2,5,4g K.B.S. 1,2,5,4g Aux. Lat. 3,4
2,3g Rampart 1,2,3,4g Germ. Club
5,4g Phys. Club 45 Swimming 4g
JOHN T KEANE STEPHEN F. KEANE
U . K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Sanc. Soc. 3,4g Mag-
io5i5Q5g1fe?'EfSG1l'if3'i'f Tlgioiof' azine 5,45 J.V. Football lg Intra-
2,3,4g Debating 1,2,5,-45 School Ora- murals 1'2'3'4'
Do you mean you shot that? tory 1:2-
JAMES F. KEARNEY
Sod. 1,2,3,45 K.B.S. l,2,3,45 Guard
Of Honor 1,3,45 Aux. Lat. 15 Counc.
Disc. 45 Class Pres. 45 Rampart l,2,
5,4, Sports Editor 3, Co-Editor 45
Glee Club 15 Germ. Club 2,3,45
Radio Club 15 School Oratory 15
Dance Comm. 45 Intramurals 1,2,
35 Rifle Team 2,3.
44 nl'-sd ft,
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PAUL J. KINDERMAN
K.B.S. 1,2,45 Class Officer 1,25
Germ. Club 3,45 Cross-Country 15
Track 1,25 J.V. Baseball 15 Intra-
JOHN C. KENNEY
Sod. 15 K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Aux. Lat. 2,
35 Germ. Club-25,45 Chem. Club
35 Phys. Club 45 Radio Club 15
' LAWRENCE J. KELLY
Sod. 2,3,45 K.B.S. 1,2,5,45 K.B.S.
Usher 45 Germ. Club 3,45 Chem.
Club 35 Phys. Club 45 Cross-Coun-
try 152,35 Track 1,2,3,45 Intramurals
Track 15 Swimming 1,25 Intra-
Ready, Aim, . . .
I 5 lull
What, no Senior Tables left?
JOHN P. KIRK
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Class Pres. 25 Class
Oflicer 45 Frosh Basketball 15 j.V.
Basketball 25 J.V. Baseball 1,25
Vars. Baseball 3,45 Dance Comm. 45
THOMAS J. KIERNAN
Sod. 3,45 K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Guard of
Honor 3,45 Athl. Counc. 45 Play
Bus. Staff 45 Rampart 45 Lib. Staff
2,33 Phys. Club 45 Poster Club 15
Dance Comm. 45 Intramurals 152,
JOHN F. KIFFER
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Aux. Lat. 15 Rampart 7
45 Phys. Club 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT E- IXRAIG
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Germ. Club 3,45
Dance Comm. 45 Track 2,35 Intra-
WILLIAM W. KRANTZ
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Guard of Honor 45
Germ. Club 2,3,4g Phys. Club 4g
J.V. Football 25 Vars. Football 4.
HENRY D. LAMBERT
Sod. l,2,5,4g K.B.S. l,2,5,4g Gold
Medal 23 Aux. Lat. Zg Stage Crew
lg Magazine 43 Yearbook 45 Germ.
Club 5,4g Chem. Club 55 Dance
Comm. 4g Track 33 lntramurals 1,
MILTON E. LACKEY
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of Honor 4g
Athl. Counc. 3,4g Class Officer 1
Germ. Club 3,4g Phys. Club 42
School Oratory lg j.V. Baseball 1,2g
I take no chances.
JAMES M. LEWIS
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Athl. Counc. 4
Phys. Club 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
RAYMOND J. LUDWIG
K.B.S. 1,2,5,4g Class Pres. lg Cross-
Country 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,5,4g In-
MARIO R. MANNARINO
KBS 1254' Sanc Soc 4' Chem
THOMAS P. MAGINN IS
Sod. lg K.B.S. 1,2,5,4g Class Officer
2g German Club 3,4g Chem. Club
4g Dance Comm. 4g Tennis 1,2,3,4g
JOSEPH R. MANNIX
. . . , , , , . . , . , . k 2 . I -
Club 4g Poster Club lg Intramurals Sod' 1' KBS' 1'2'3' Trac 5, H
1,2,3,4g Football Mgr. 2.
What an interesting 4th Period!
DANIEL T. MARE
UMW EUGENE J. MCCARTHY
K.B.S. l,2g Aux. Lat. Ig Phys. Club Gino
4g Intramurals 2.
JAMES G. MCELLIGOTT
Sod. 25,45 K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Class Of-
hcer 44 Stage Crew 5,4, Stage Mgr,
4g Rampart 3,4g Magazine 4g Year-
book 4g Germ. Club 3,4g Phys. Club
4g Debating l,2,3,4g Oratory 1,2,
3,41 Dance Comm. 5,-4, Gen'l
Chairman 44 Swimming I,2,3,4g
Cheerleader 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
LAWRENCE K. MCCOY
K.B.S. 1,2,5,4g Guard of Honor 4g
Phys. Club 4g Vars. Baseball 2,3,4g
K.B.S. I,2,3,4g Athl. Counc. 43 Class
Ofhcer 25 Chem. Club 43 Cross-
Country 2g Tennis Ig Intramurals
Don't Mambo on the basketball cou
This one isn't co-ed.
JOHN F. MCGUINESS
Sod. 4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Silver Medal
lg Aux. Lat. 2g Rampart l,2,5,4g
Yearbook 4g Germ. Club 2,3,4g
Phys. Club 45 Radio Club lg Dance
Comm. 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
KENNETH W. MCGOVERN
Sod. l,2,3,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard
of Honor 1,2g Rampart 3g Germ.
Club 3,45 Phys. Club 4g Radio Club
lg Debating 1,2,5,4g School Oratory
1,24 Oratory 1,2g Dance Comm. 4g
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Q ' .' A
HENRY J. MCGOLDRICK
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Aux. Lat. 2g Athl.
Counc. 3,4g Chem. Club 4g Intra-
ALBERT T. MCHUGH
Sod. 1,23 K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Counc.
Disc. 4g Athl. Counc. 4g Class Oli-
cer 2g Phys. Club 45 J.V. Football
lg Vars. Football 1,2,3,4g Track 2,
3,4g j.V. Baseball 1,2g Intramurals
I ,. 4'
ROGER P. MCINTYRE
Sod. 5,4g K.B.S. 1Q2,3,4g Guard of
Honor lg Dram. Soc. 3,4, 2nd Place
4g Play Bus. Staff 2g Rampart 2g
Magazine 4g Yearbook 4g Glee Club
Ig Lib. Staff 2g Phys. Club 4g Poster
Club 2,3,4g Chess Club 25 School
EDWARD F. MEANY
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of Honor 4g
Aux. Lat. 1,25 Counc. Disc. 4g
Germ. Club 4g Phys. Club 4g Intra-
"Well, the last time we saw the book . .
Sod. 2,5,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of
Honor 2,45 Aux. Lat. 3g Phys. Club
45 Swimming 2,3,4g Intramurals 1,
2,3,4g Swimming Mgr. 4g Rifle
EDWIN R. MELLETT
Sod. lg K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Counc. Disc
4g Arhl. Counc. A45 Class Pres. 4,
Class Officer 1,2,3g Yearbook 4,
Phys. Club 4g j.V. Football lg Var-
sity Football 2,3,4g j.V. Baseball 2,
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VINCENT M. MIKOLAINIS
Sod. 3,43 K.B.S. 5,4g Aux. Lat. 35
Yearbook 4, Phys. Club 49 Virgil
JOSEPH P. MITCHELL
HENRY A. MILLER-JONES
Sod. 1, K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Rampart 3,
4, Yearbook 4g Germ. Club 3,45
Chem. Club 33 Phys. Club 4g Radio
Club lg Dance Comm. 4g Tennis 1g
joe THOMAS D. MORIARTY
sod. 4, K.B.s. 1,2,3,4g Arhl. counc. Tom
3, Germ. Club 3,4g Cross-Country Ph .Cl b4.I 1 4
3,45 Track 2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2, YS u ' mramuras 5' '
ising to the heights of the Prep.
WALTER J. MORRIS
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Counc. Disc. 4g Athl.
Counc. 4g Class Pres. 4g j.V. Foot-
ball lg Vars. Football 2,3,4, Co-
Captain 3g Frosh Basketball lg In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4g All-Cath. 2nd
Team 3g All-Met. I-Ion. Ment. 5g
All-Schol. 2nd Team 5g All-Cath.
I-Ion. Ment. 4g All-Schol. Hon.
Ment. 4g All-Met. Hon. Ment. 4.
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sam JOHN W. MURRAY
sodamy 24 K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Class of. Mn
ficer 2g Rampart 2g Phys. Club 45 KBS' 12,3143 PhY5- Club 45 Imra-
Track 2g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. murals 1,213-
Sodality 1,4g K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Guard
of Honor 4g Athl. Counc. 45 Track
' 15 J.V. Baseball lg Intramurals l,2,
Prepmen at Cinerama Holiday
Give them zip!
JAMES E. O'CONNELL
Sod. 4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Counc. Disc.
4g Athl. Counc. 4g Class Oflicer 2,4g
Phys. Club 4g j.V. Football 1,2
Vars. Football 4g Intramurals 1,2,3
THOMAS J. O'BRIEN
K.B.S. 1,2,5,4g Class Ofhcer 1,2,3,4g
J.V. Football 25 Intramurals l,2,5,
45 Phys. Club 4.
WALTER P. NEGVESKY
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Aux. Lat. lg Germ.
Club 4g j.V. Football 25 Intramurals
JAMES T. O'CONNOR
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Aux. Lat. 35 Cath.
Class Sight 35 N.Y.U. Sight 39
Athl. Counc. 45 Phys. Club 4g Chess
Club 3g Swimming 1,2g Intramurals
MICHAEL W. O'CONNOR
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Phys. Club 4g Frosh
Basketball lg Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
THOMAS J. PALMIERI
Sod. 1,2,5,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard
of Honor 4g Athl. Counc. 3,4g Class
Officer 45 Dram. Soc. Officer 4g Play
Bus. Staff 1,2,5,4, Bus. Mgr. 4g
I don't care if he never comes.
A . VINENT PASTORE
GEORGE P OGREN Vinny
' Yearbook 4g Phys. Club 4g Poster
George Club 1g Cross-Country 4g Track 1,
K.B.S. 1,2g Class Officer 33 Phys. 25,45Imr21fHUr21lS1,2,3,4-
Rampart 2,5,4, Bus. Dir. 4g Year-
book 4g Germ. Club 3,43 Chem.
Club 3g Phys. Club 45 Radio Club
lg Dance Comm. 4g Tennis lg In-
Club 45 Frosh Basketball lg Vars.
Basketball 45 Intramurals 2,3.
AUGUSTINE L. PERROTTA
K.B.S. 1,2,3,43 Class Officer 2g Glee
Club 4g Chem. Club 4g Poster Club
1g Intramurals 1,2,5,4g Rifle Team
ANDREW P. PINTO
ROBERT J. PHILLIPS
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Sanc. Soc. l,2g Dram.
Soc. 4, lst Place 45 Glee Club 1,2g
Chess Club 1,25 School Oratory 1,2,
3,45 Oratory 1,2,3,4g Hearst Med. 1
2,34 Am. Leg. 1,2,3, Ny. sr. Final:
ist 35 C.F.L. Grand Finalist 2g
N.F.L. Grand Finalist 25 Tennis 1
JOSEPH R. PISANI
A 4 Joe
n y K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Aux. Lat. lg Ram-
K-B'S- 1:21149 Chem- Club 43 IU' part 4g Yearbook 4g Vars. Baseball
5,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
Deal me in!
PAUL F. POSOLI
Sod. 1, Ofhcer lg K.B.S. l,2,5,4Q
Athl. Counc. 43 Phys. Club 43 Ora-
tory 13 Dance Comm. 4g J.V. Base-
ball lg Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
HARRY A. REESE
Socl. l,2,3,43 K.B.S. 1,2,3,43 Guard
of Honor 4g Silver Meal 13 Aux.
Lat. 33 Phys. Club 43 Debating 13
Orarory 2,33 Tennis 2,3,43 Intra-
murals 1,2,3,43 Baseball Mgr. 1.
JOSEPH F. REALINI
Sod. 3,43 K.B.S. 1,2,3,43 Usher 43
Athl. Counc. 43 Play Bus. Staff 43
Yearbook 4, Co-Editor 43 Germ.
Club 34' Ph s. Club 4' Dance
DAVID C. PURPI
Sod. 2,3,43 K.B.S. 3,43 Rampart 1
43 Yearbook 4g Germ. Club 3,4
Phys. Club 43 Dance Comm. 4g In-
P I y I
Comm. 4g Intramurals 1,2,5,4.
Do you sell Mad Comics?
Most Likely to Succeed: PAUL FRANK
Hey, I can't hear myself thinking.
DONALD C. RIVIELLO
Don KEVIN P. REILLY
K.B.S. 1,2,5,4. suvef Mean 14 In- Kev
tramurals 1,2,3,4. K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of Honor 4
Aux. Lat. 35 Class Pres. 2,5,4g Physl
JAMES A. REILLY
K.B.S. l,2g Phys. Club 4g Frosh
Basketball lg j.V. Basketball 2g In-
SALVATORE N. ROSA
Sod. 3,45 K.B.S. l,2,5,4g Guard of
Honor 5,4g K.B.S. Usher 45 Athl.
Club 4g Dance Comm. 4.
Counc. 5,4g Germ. Club 3,45 Chem.
Club 3g Dance Comm. 4g Cross-
Country 4g Track 1,2,5,4g Intra-
ROGER J. SALZMAN
K.B.S. l,2g3,4g Aux. Lat. 53 Phys.
Club 4g Intramurals l,2,3,4g Rifle
He wore a Xavier button!
WALTER J. SCHMARJE
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Aux. Lat. 33 Class
THOMAS L' SAVARESE Pres. 33 Class Ollicer 1,2,4g Phys.
Tom Club 45 J.V. Basketball 2g Intra-
K.B.s. 1,2,3,4g Arm. comm. 4g Phys. murals 125,4-
THOMAS G. SCHELLER
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Poster Club lg In-
Club 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
JOSEPH L. SCHWEITZER
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Class Olhcer l
Germ. Club 3,45 Phys. Club 45 Ini
tramurals 1,2 ,4.
JOHN F. SHEERAN
Sod. l,2,3,45 K.B.S. l,2,3,45 Gold
Medal 15 Aux. Lat. 1,25 Class Offl-
cer 15 Rampart 5,45 Magazine 3,45
7 ' ia.
THOMAS P. SHEA
Sod. 15 K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Gold Medal
35 Aux. Lat. l,2,55 Stage Crew 55
Germ. Club 2,3,45 Chem. Club 35
Phys. Club 45 j.V. Baseball 1,25
Varsity Baseball 3,45 Dance Comm.
35 Intramurals l.
GEORGE P. SIOR
Class Oflicer 15 Chess Club 45 j.V.
Baseball 2 5Inrmarurals 1,2,5,4.
Big Bob shows them how.
Yearbook 45 Debating 1,2,3,4, Offi-
cer 45 School Orarory 1,55 Orarory
2,5,45 Dance Comm. 45 Cross-Coun-
try 15 Track 15 Intramurals 1.
PETER N. SMITH
Sod. 3,4g K.B.S. l,2,5,4g Gold Medal
3g Aux. Lat. 35 Athl. Counc. 3,4g
Class Officer 4g Rampart lg Year-
book 4g Phys. Club 4g Radio Club
lg Dance Comm. 4g Cross-Country
lg Track lg Swimming 2,3,4, Co-
Capt. 4g Vars. Baseball 3,4g Intra-
A A 'Q L,
JAMES R. STEPHENS
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4, Usher 43 Senior
Council Assistant 4g Class Pres. 5g
Class' Officer 2,4g Chem. Club 43
Frosh Basketball lg J.V. Basketball
2g Varsity Basketball 3,4, Co-Capt.
4g Tennis l,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4g In-
Sod. 1,2,3,4g K.B.S. 1,2,5,4g Guard
of Honor l,3,4g Gold Medal 1,5g
Aux. Lat. l,2,3g Athl. Counc. 5,4g
Dram. Soc. 4, Oflicer 4g Stage Crew
KENNETH E. SNYDER
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Class OHicer 14
Phys. Club 4g Frosh Basketball 1
3,4g Germ. Club 2,3,4g Chem. Club
3g Phys. Club 4g Dance Comm. 3,
4g j.V. Baseball 2g Intramurals 1,
Five rings to enter?
Is that a literal translation?
RICHARD P. TAMBERINO
K.B.S. l,2,5,4g Phys. Club 45 School
Oratory lg j.V. Football 2g Track
JOHN J. SWEENEY
35 Intramurals l,2,3,-4. K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Guard of Honor 4g
GERALD M. SULLIVAN
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Sod. 1,2,3,4, Prefect
l, Ofhcer 2g Athl. Counc. 4g Year-
book 4g Phys. Club 45 Vars. Foot-
ball 4g Cross-Country lg Track 1g
K.B.S. l,2,5,4g Sanc. Soc. 4g Class
Phys. Club 4g Intramurals l,2,3,4.
Officer lg Rampart lg Chem. Club
4g Poster Club lg Track l,2,3g j.V.
Baseball lg Vars. Baseball 2,3,4g
Intramurals l,2,3,4g Mgr. J.V. Foot-
MICHAEI. K. TIERNEY
Sod. l,4g K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Guard of
Honor 4g Athl. Counc. fig Yearbook
4g Glee Club 1,23 Germ. Club 3,4g
Chem. Club 55 PhY5- Clllb 43
Dance Comm. 3,4g j.V. Football 25
Track 2g Intramurals l,2,5,4g Cheer-
Sod. l,2,3,4g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard
of Honor 49 Play Bus. Staff 3,45
Rampart 5,43 Magazine 43 Glee
Club 2,3,4g Germ. Club 3,45 Phys.
Club 4g Dance Comm. 4g Intra-
K.B.S. 2,3,4g Guard of Honor 3,4g
Class Officer 25 Dram. Soc. 4g Phys.
Club 45 Intramurals 4.
HENRY j. TRAVERS
Sod. 1,2,3g K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Guard of
Honor 2,35 Gold Medal lg Class
Officer lg Play Bus. Staff 2,5g Mag-
THOMAS H. TRIMARCO
Sod. 1,3,45 K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Guard of
Honor 3,45 Silver Medal 1,33 Aux.
Lat. 1,2535 Athl. Counc. 3,45 Class
Pres. 45 Class Officer 15 Yearbook
45 Germ. Club 3,45 Chem. Club 3g
Phys. Club 45 Dance Comm. 45 j.V.
Football 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
Swing your partners.
JAMES D. WHAMOND
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Class Pres. 25 Class
Officer 35 j.V. Football 25 J.V. Base-
ball 1,25 Vars. Baseball 3,45 Intra-
LAURENCE G. VERAS
K.B.S. 1,2,3,45 Guard of Honor 25
Germ. Club 3,45 Cross-Country 15
Track 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
THOMAS M. WHELAN
K.B.S. l,2,3,45 Athl. Counc. 45
Germ. Club 3,45 Frosh Basketball
15 J.V. Basketball 2, Captain 25
Vars. Basketball 3,4, Co-Capt. 45
J.V. Baseball 25 Vars. Baseball 3,45
PAUI. D. Wll.l,IAMS
K.l5.S. I,2,3,4g Guard of Honor 41
Phys. Club 4g Cross-Country I
Truck lg Intramurals l,2,3,4.
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TEOFILO M. ZANCHELLI
K.B.S. 1,2,3,4g Athl. Counc. 3,4g
Chem. Club 45 Dance Comm. 4.
JOHN E. WOODS
K.B.S. l,2,3,4g Class Officer 14
Phys. Club 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4
Top Row: E. ,Meany, R. Callagy, M. Mikolainis, J.
Schweitzer, J. Kearney, H. Reese, T. Douglas. Third
Row: J. Keane, E. Dowling, J. Afionian, W. Krantz,
V. Conlan, R. Burlinson, P. Williams, P. Desimone, W.
Negvesky. Second Row: V. Pastore, W. Franck, H.
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Miller-Jones, J. Mclilligott, R. Cusati, P. Frank, L. Veras,
J. Pisani, A. Bolmann. First Row: L. Aidala, B. Comas-
key, E. Gaudio, H. Travers, Fr. W. Boyle, S.J., T. Gaines,
G. Keane, J. Sheeran, H. Stadelmann.
President-James Kearney Treasurer-Edward Dowling
Vice-President-James McElligott 4 I l Secretary-Richard Cusati
On a wing and a prayer we glided up the
path to the Halls of lvy Here two hundred
little fellas were lined up in size positions
We went below to the murky depths and mar
veled at the quamtness of our locker room
antique For the next three days a notsy silence
descended over the Freshman Retreat We soon
had the dubious distinction of meeting out
teachers and it wasnt long before Mr Herr
mann s two toned Constitution became quite the
style on the fourth floor At the end of the
first marking period we all gathered in Keating
Hall Lecture Room for Fr Principals talk and
a Glee Club performance We then retired to
the Prep building to face more music This was
not our year for football but we wanted for xt
dutifully sometimes patiently but mostly des
pairingly The Prep first nighters laughed their
way through a yvonderful presentation of The
Rivals and a short while later the Beau Brum
mels of Rose Hill escorted their dates to thenr
htst dance at Fordham along The Road to
R10 After the exams we missed several who
had failed to condition themselves to the Prep
way of llfe Flying saucers became popular in
Math classes after lunch and that winter t e
Father Son Nights were begun The AC de
clded to Say lt with Music and Prepsters
roared as Erwin ad libbed on the right bus
1Whoever practices for the Senior play any
way'J In the calm before the storm we went
sailing up the Hudson on the speedy stream
lined upto date SS SLO MO SHUN LIIl
Then came the storm the much dreaded Pros
mces but tt passed quickly and peace was re
stored to Hughes Hall Thus wise nn the ways
of Rose Hill after a full ten months here we
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Top Row T. Bowes. D. Hughes, T. Palmieri. G. Adami, F. Gradt, M. Tierney, J. Kenney, M. Lackey, D Guidotri
H llcrtzmin, L. Kelly. Third Row: R. Cagan, M. Den- H. Lambert, M. Giorgio, F. Gannon. First Row T
nc-hy K McGovern, T. Maginnis, P. Kindcrmztn, T. Whclztn, J. Barth. J. Kirk, R. Kraig, Fr. J. Lcontrcl SJ
Pf651dLIlf Thom is Trim irco Secretary John Kirk
Vue Premlcnt fimcs Bfmdura Treasurer Frank Grfndt
looked forward to the coming year with the
Sophomores ease and self assurance and espe
cially his sense of complete superiority over
Freshmen anywhere any time
September found us back at a bigger and
better Prep building: ample room had been
found in our cavernous Prep gym for three
classrooms, and a "speak-easy" was installed in
all the rooms. That fall, Collins Auditorium
echoed with the roar of B-17s of "Command
Decision," and Prepmen and their dates mam-
boed at "La Vie en Rose," The Rampart was
employing an expanded format, and when the
"Golden Temple" opened for P.T. classes, we all
tiptoed in with non-smudge, non-mark, white-
soled sneakers. Hughes Hall looked radical,
different in a new coat of paint and other im-
provements which suddenly appeared for rhe
inspection of the Prep This year Mr Fox
instituted his Track Watchers Association and
his Shot Put Roller Backers Fr Crowley S
came to Fordham and had no trouble at all
setting records for Mission Drive donations
Our basketball victory over Xavier took some
of the sting out of our Thanksgiving Day de-
feat from the Kaydets, and served as an omen
for the next year. Wednesdays, we kept time
with the College ROTC drills, and, as we fol-
lowed Xenophon and the l0,000 Greeks to the
sea, wished they, and their records, had never
returned. Mr. Hebron told us the last of his
sea stories, and Mr, Ososki took a step up the
ladder from the College Frosh to coach Prep
baseball and send out notice of spring practice
for prospective gridders. The "Mardi Gras"
dance kept up the social side of Prep activities,
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Shtrt J MtGuiness, S. Rosa. Second Row: J. Bandura, T. Trimarco, J. Mitchell, D. Purpi, J. Fitzpatrick
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Top Row R. Tighe, T. Kiernan, K. Snyder, W. Morris, Quade, T. O'Brien, J. Woods. First Row: G. Aresi, F.
Kiffer E Cristantello, R. Fitzgibbon, J. Murray, W. Mc- T. Dolan, T. Brennan. Absent: A. Coffey
President Walter Morris Secretary Thomas O Brien
Vice President Andrew Coffey Treasurer Kenneth Snyder
and for both major dances the girls from St
Catherines showed up en mane for dancing
classes bent on making sure that all the Prep
men knew how to lmdy and had a date
too The May Talks were concluded on the
Boat Ride which was the last trip to delightful
Indian Point, where the Seniors again beat the
Faculty on the beautiful, well-kept ballfield. The
year came to a fine close when Fordham posted
an outstanding mark in the final exams to lead
the New York Province.
When we happily returned to school, the
news from the grapevine hinted of a new-look
football team. After a few prolonged footbull
sessions with our well-informed English teacher,
we were assured of this fact. Chemistry Lab
proved to be a big BANG to 3 B's young chem-
- , ,
ists ln early November The Wolves howled
in Collins while on Thanksgiving Day Mr
Ososkis Rams rampaged ar Coffey Field in an
I8 12 victory over the Xavier boys This
marked the first undefeated season since the
Prep was founded. Caesar, our first Principal,
would have been most proud. Even though we
were forbidden to wear our wooden shoes on
the newly-consecrated Gym floor, we did re-
ceive permission to dance on it from the Gym
Guard, which made "Da Klompen Dans" most
enjoyable. During this term many a Fordham
"Bud" was planted by Mr. Hanish, our German
school-gardener. While "Singing in the Rain,"
we accompanied our dates to the first junior
dance. Mr. Fitzpatrick, SJ., the promoter of the
Rose Hill Ice-Revue, led hi- .toupe to Central
Park where "Gallant Gwendolyn" rescued the
Fordham Gay Blades in their first venture on
A Duryea B. Canning, A. McHugh. Second Row: J. Bellantese, R. Salzman, Mr. J. Talbot, S.-I., D. Higgins,
Top Row: J. Reilly, G. Sullivan, G. Ogren, R. Farrell
L. McCoy, J. O'Connell, S. Keane, P. Posoli. Third Row
, R. Ludwig, P. Buckley, M. O'Connor, J. Mulholland
: W. Doughty. First Row: W. Galvin, W. Garrity J
J. Sweeney, T. Schcller, W. Collins, A. Fiorella, E. Mel- Brown, G. O'Brien, Mr. L. Cascio, D. Mare, R Murtha
lett, R. Mclntyrc, J. Lewis, T. Flanagan, J. De Stefano.
Second Row: J. O'Connor, C. Cutrone, C. Campanella
T. Savarese, T. Moriarty.
President-Edwin Mellett Secretary-Robert Farrell
Vice-Prerident-James O'Connell Treasurer-Gerald O'Brien
thin ice Slowly but surely the term drew to 1
close and soon after we were breezmg through
our midterm quizzes After listening to the
windy Prep speakers for three consecutive years
the Grand Tournament trophy retired to our
trophy case Mr Sullnvans hoopsters continued
the school s winning ways by copping the West
chester Tournament trophy The vocationxl
talks proved to be very profitable to the stu
dents and there was quite a letdown after
Mr Teuccis talk The end of April found
Washington DC completely overwhelmed by
the Preps first invasion of that historic city
During the month of Mary we held out May
talks and devotions on Edwards Parade Arab
lan Nights was never so beautifully portrayed
as on Rose Hull s oasis Hysterics again prevailed
at the Senior Show Ivy ungle and at the
end of May instead of dtsembarltmg at the
reservation we sojourned farther up the Hud
son to Bear Mountain One oddity which 'was
completely unprecedented and probably will
never be witnessed again was the Faculrys
victory over the Varsity We reached the pm
nacle of success by leading the Province for the
second straight year This brought to a close
one of the most successful years in Prep history
When the last 55 graduate had received his
diploma we officially became Seniors However
celved our Solid Gold Rings Because we
were senile Seniors who were inconvemenced
by stairs our offices were located on the first
floor of Hughes Hall We were the matinee
idols of the envious under classmen With
great expectations we withdrew to the quiet
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Top Row E Hughes H Healy J Hefele T Comaclt
P Held Fourth Row J Corcoran H McGoldrick T
Dinan G Sior, J Stephens E McCarthy J Bertrand
R Phillips D Riviello Third Row R Colonnell J
Realini M Hayes K Reilly W Schmarje E Beleck
Prexzdent Kevin Reilly
Vzce Premient James Stephens
halls of Gonzaga where the second great Re
formation took place After three profitable
days we returned to the concrete and asphalt
jungle called New York. Our Ramlets provided
us with another successful season. In early Nov-
ember, a packed house witnessed poor Caesar
"murdered" by the Dramatic Society, and a week
later, there wasn't a vacancy at "The Swiss
Chalet." With the German Club's "Weihnzichts-
lieder" and our upperclassmen dance we began
our Christmas vacation. The "room of many
keys" was ollicially unlocked by Father Shea,
l S.J. as a Christmas present. For our New Year's
- i resolution we all resolved not to join Mr. Shea's
'l "forty-niners of l955." we succeeded, and we
H all whipped through the mid-terms unscarred.
Upon the return of the College Board marks,
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D Dello Monaco, L Timpone Second Row K Bauer,
A Pinto T Zanchelli A Tangredi J Baratta J Cal-
houn J Mannix A Perrotta First Row M Mannarino
J Whamond P Smith W Carr Mr R Hanish M.
Dorligo R Tamberino E Arrieri J Hughes
Treasurer Peter Smith
we stealthily planned means to obtain them
utquxquam Fulhlling our threat We shall re
turn we agun invided the Capitol Father
Talbot, S.J. spent two sleepless nights prevent-
ing-potential AWOLS. ln April we danced
under a Western setting at the A.C. dance, while I
a week later the Senior Show was a "big joke," 1
to use a popular Prep saying. We cruised up
the River for the last time, and a few days
later our old nemesis, the Provinces, was added
to our collection of triumphs at the Prep.
The Command Performance of our four'act
play under the direction of the Faculty was
enacted at the University Gym, and the follow-
ing evening at the Grand Finale we toasted to
our success and future. Finally, ne curtain came l
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THAT is all!
Even as they ambition the prestige and
privileges of a senior, the students of the
lower years are forming in themselves the
same image of the true Prep man. From
their earnest response to teaching and ex-
ample springs their own genuine contribu-
tion to the spirit and life of the school.
Top Row: K. Smith, G. Storck, J. Strong, T. Carroll, Second Row: E. Greene, H. Connolly, J. Collins, J.
J. Boland. Fourth Row: E. Costello, R. McGovern, R. Reich, R. Schneider, J. Reilly. First Row: G. Bianchi, T.
Ladau, J. Leonard, R. Carroll. Third Row: P. Turrise, Overhulse, A. Apicelli, Mr. M. Fitzpatrick, S.J., L. Reilly,
M. Casey, J. Lane, W. Engels, A. Marotti, R. Nenninger. M. Moran, D. Retoske. Absent: E. McAnaney.
Larry just needed a little help.
"ln case you were wondering,
we are here."
Treamrer-Harold Connolly uwhat did they ask last yearw,
Top Row: C. lnfosino, J. Kelly, L. Rissone, G. Cleary
A. Ricbeschl, ll. Laubis, j. McCann, A. Preisser, J. Tuc-
ciaronc. Third Row: R. Van de Kieft, R. Hourahan, R
Frost, R. Ambcrger, T. Villamana, T. Cavey, G. Keane,
D. Carrigan, R. Hames. Second Row: W. Duffy, R
Hankc, R. Cryan, W. Schroeder, W. Takacs, V. Mancuso
E. Gallagher, J. Power, J. Cregan, F. jonke. First Row
T. Amrhein, D. Koch, W. Carroll, T. Healy, Mr. W
Ward, SJ., G. Morton, P. Cerro, W. Skehan, R. Oswald
"Vater unser . .
Serrelary-Thomas Villam 1I'l"l
H3505 UP Your homewofkv Treamrer-joseph McCann
One of those days.
Top Row: R. O'Connell M. Wilhelm . Hoe M. Mor
s 1 J y '
reale. Fourth Row: J. David, C. Glennon, Ji Cerame,
H. Slane, A. McBride, M. Perrin, W. La Monica, C
Collins. Third Row: R. Shannon, J. Dertinger, R. Cori
coran, D. Gorman, C. Keating, K. Doyle, D. Bates, P
Ward, P. Funigiello. Second Row: T. Perrin, E. Fays
R. Burns, V. Albrecht, J. Murphy, P. Colangelo, G. Low
E. Markey. First Row: J. Mulholland, J. Cutney, P
Byrne, P. Neuda, Mr. J. Stroud, SJ., T. Harrington
W. Curran, W. Blewett, E. Burke. Absent: G. Hughes
The Big "5" meets again.
"I thought I knew it."
Vice-Prexident-William La Monica
rt anlczll-Ricllurd Timothy
tt rt lalfj'-l.1lWfCI1CC Sterniolo
Top Row: E. Hogan, L. Sturniolo, W. Kloepfer, W. MC-
Grath. Fourth Row: L. Fischer, j. Sullivan, J. Maguire,
'll jcnnings, R. Daly, D. Kelleher, K. Donoghue. Third
Row: li. Perry, T. Burns, T. Murray, G. Rinn, R. Gor-
man, M. Scarpclli, j. Kenny, J. Pero, L. Doyle. Second
Row: B. Muller-Thym, R. Iachetta, P. Lutz, R. Reilly
E. Lutz, J. Del Savio, B. O'Hare, W. Landry, W. Wein-
crt. First Row: M. Englehardt, A. Russo, R. Timothy
G. joiner, Mr. E. McHugh, J. Butitta, W. Brick, B
Gehan, G. Quinn. Absent: E. Boucher, T. McKee.
A late slip? What's that?
nt l,fC',lfClL'77l-WLllIC'f McGrath
"And so yesterday . . . we re-
ported at 8:30 A.M."
This is basketball?
Top Row: J. Ponzi, C. Delaney, T. Twomey. J. O'Brien
Fourth Row: G. Lutz, W. Kroepke, K. Gazzola, R.
Wurtz, R. Putlock, R. Wade, P. Travers. Third Row
E. Ruggiero, W. Franklin, T. Krantz, T. Shea, B. Walsh,
J. Weisman, J. Connelly, G. Clark. Second Row: R.
Quinn, J. Tesar, M. Waters, D. Berberich, S. Crispinelli
R. Gilbert, J. Wilson, J. Kirk, I. Plechavicius, E. Mc-
Laughlin, J. McLoughlin. First Row: B. Meehan, R
Crimi, R. Cotter, B. McGuire, V. Farina, Mr. J. Melican
R. Dobeck, W. McKeon, T. Halloran, B. Mergardt.
"Are you challenging me?"
All students paying rapt attention . . .
Fordham's answer to the teacher shortage
Top Row: l.. Manzionc, J. Strehle, J. Black, V. Lynch,
j. llalpin. Fourth Row: J. Callaghan, P. Branca, R.
ffahunita, li. Barton, P. Gelinas. Third Row: W. Cana
van, lf. Donnelly, j. Walsh, P. Schneidcrs, A. Callaghan
j. llotts, M. Hoag, P. Mongan. Second Row: J. Sullivan
R. Uhrlass, G. Cantarella, D. Zink, R. Gilmartin
R. Farrelly, F. Brunner, J. Rowan. First Row:
Guire, R. Costanzo, G. Fegan, L. O'Brien, Mr.
C. Perotti, D. Tevlin, J. Busa, L. Bolognese.
"I can ring it anytime I want!"
. G. Lee,
llc iust wants to do some cxtra reading. 85 He Cary! 1-eagh,
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Top Row: P. Skiko, D. Lyons, J. Brubaker, R. Meehan, burger, A. Peraino, J. Dio Guardi, R. Curran, C. Lance-
J. O'Keane. Fourth Row: R. Robbins, J. Melican, R. lot, E. Egan, J. Ontra, S. Hammond. First Row: E. Sar-
Fitzgerald, M. Tully, J. Jordan, R. Conte. Third Row: tore, G. Annar, L. Stubenvoll, W. Brooks, Fr. G. Hoch,
F. Sullivan, B. Gibbons, G. Campbell, T. Werdann, J. S.J., L. Ricciardi, J. O'Reilly, J. Scanlon, B. Higgins.
Trautlein, C. Healy, T. Woods. Second Row: F. Ham-
Up! Up! and in?
Tackling the Eternal Triangle.
Top Row: M. Quinn, C. Filipponc. R. Quigley. R. La Row: C. Butler, J. Freaney, E. Weisman, G. Koester,
Fond. Fourth Row: R. Rosctti, S. Bizzari, P. Mendclis, A. Raia, J. Natali, J. Blenkle, J. Maloney. First Row:
R. Salvatorelli, W. Gaines, Pardon, S. Amoretty. A. Ostuni, A. Macchia, H. Graf, J. Fitzpatrick, Fr. T.
Third Row: A. Burke, W. Doyle, P. Johnson, V. Mur- Crowley, S.J., W. Smith, M. Takacs, J. Yepes, F. Murphy.
ray, J. Comeau, J. Rytell, A. Spohr, V. Picarello. Second
The 2C Mite box!
Top Row: A. Tubertini, H. Lodes, J. Murtaugh, W.
Savoy, M. Bakkenist, R. Conners. Fourth Row: C. De
Maio, R. Renz, D. Angiello, J. Kilcullen, J. O'Keefe,
E. Fischer, V. Zeoli. Third Row: E. Slattery, R. Curnen,
J. Alloca, J. Kilgus, L. Booker, J. Toner, J. Colasante.
Second Row: H. Richr, J. White, E. Smith, J..Nugem,
J. Ingrassia, D. Campbell, J. Bayreuther, R. Bertrand,
J. Hopkin. First Row: M. Egan, N. Marino, M. Naugh-
ton, A. McKeon, Mr. F. Holbrook, J. Mottola, J. Lux,
M. Glynn, R. Farrell.
It's not that hard."
It gets a little hard to read
What did he say?
sometimes . I U Secretary-Arthur Tubertini
,lLlflIC'U1' -Ronntltl cl1llCAlgIll
Top Row: G. Manning, G. Freihcrg, R. DeFelice, P.
Toomey. Fourth Row: j. Larkin, R. Sahatelli, j. Con-
nors, li. Coffey, j. McTernan, G. Lash, C. Dekeyser.
Third Row: R. Calcugni, -I. Hoffman, M. Conroy, N.
Guarnicri, W. Murphy, F. Padrone, P. Daly. Second
Row: T. Farley, J. Lyttle, R. Mallery, P. Gannon, T
Fceley, F. Suozzi, -I. Denneen, A. Kirchner, D. Prisciotta
First Row: G. Capozzo, L. Della Cava, A. Beedenbender
M. McDonough, Fr. E. Hartnett, SJ., W. Doyle, W. Ray
mond, P. Brule, J. Cosgrove. Absent: J. Krueger.
I can't help it, l lost my trot."
V144 PV!!lflltflll--'l.ll0lI111S Feelcy ,
S , . Somedays they wouldn't lift
urcmry-l etcr Cmnnon a anger.
The new look in teaching
Top Row: J. Viertl, B. Bott, J. Cowen, T. Finneran
A. Pisani, C. Aybar. Third Row: M. Sawyer, H. English,
R. Ambrose, W. O'Rourke, J. Tramantano, G. Poulos,
C. Adams, P. MacI.aren. Second Row: A. La Mura, T.
Delaney, J. Campion, H. O'Donnell, J. Keogh, G. Man-
gan, J. Duffy, W. Collins, R. Cantales. First Row: T
Hedgecock, E. Carroll, G. Heegan, J. Gibbons, Mr. A
Kirchner, W. Bergin, W. McGarty, J. Morkan, B. Ra-
hilly. Absent: J. Best.
"ZS years ago they were Freshmen."
8:55 A.M.! 90 "Now dig this!"
Top Row: J. Broderick, J. Barkaus, E. Brady, G. Pavar- O'Connell, R. La Bue, J. McGoldrick, D. Larkin, J
ini, R. Forte, M. Collins. Third Row: P. Degen, J. Hor- Eagen, D. Keefe, E. Ventrice, J. Halligan, W. Wilkinson
gan, J. Buckman, V. Buffa, R. De Santis, G. Artis, J. First Row: W. Frank, J. Jones, J. Foley, R. Kelly, Mr
McSweeney, H. Zehner, P. Sheridan. Second Row: W. Sullivan, J. Duffy, F. Reysen, D. Cummings, R. Micheri
Now let him go!
Who taught you Latin? 91 What goes up must come down.
Top Row: M. Savage, K. Harper, J. McMahon, C. Dacey, A. Guida, J. Dolan, J. Carroll, C. Serra. First Row: C
J. Larkin, T. Perdisatt, R. Higgins. Third Row: M. Lanzano, E. Curcio, P. Forney, H. Rivera, Mr. N. Hur-
Thomas, J. Lopez, J. Jetzt, A. Laquidara, M. Kelly, J. ley, S.J., G. McLaughlin, R. Legeckis, K. Humphries
O'C0nnell, J. O'Callaghan, B. Icobelli. Second Row: R. W. Jones.
Scully, J. Lazzari, W.-Daly, W. McGee, R. D'Angelo,
No more, please!
Gee, my name isn'r there!
The Great Pretenders.
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Top Row: H. Sioka, F. McCallon, K. Burke, K. Voltz,
M. Hair, A. Gonzalez. Third Row: W. Sabtini, R. Nich
olls, C. Danker, F. Sweeney, F. Radl, M. Mullen F. Rear
don, J. Tierney. Second Row: M. Foley, J. lilealy, R!
Perrotta, M. Bozzone, E. Dempsey, A. Riccardi, T. Smith,
- K. O'Sullivan, J. Acampora. First Row: M. Seckendorf,
R. Scarpelli, J. Oriolo, D. Portfolio, Mr. Dullaghan, P.
Bottiglieri, P. Brady, R. Carlton, W. Considine.
Wake up, he's calling you!"
Guess what time!
Top Row: J. Nuclerio, J. Miller, P. Joyce, O. Kehoe, Domas, J. Brunner, J. Fallon. First Row: F. Tubridy,
W. Twohig, J. Wilstxn. Third Row: C. Grzanka, J. M. Wolfe, G. Doherty, R. Grassi, Mr. Pickett, S.J., E.
liernnuer, J. Sweeney, F. Kirby, R. Sartore, H. Curley, Horgan, M. Garvey, J. Fay, K. Casper. Absent: R. Mc-
W. Nihan, M. Conway. Second Row: J. McGirl, W. Loughlin, R. Pratt.
Hardy, C. Lane, T. Maher, M. Ryan, J. Donohue, M.
'inc-I'rwiflwll-Robert Grussi "Whats the joke?"
'rem 141'4'r'-Willizitn Nilmn
Top Row: J. Fiorillo, R. Maher, J. Bolster, V. Taormina,
L. Lalli, J. Holland. Third Row: J. Del Negro, J. Bar-
rett, P. Philbin, J. Sweeney, T. Hubschman, A. Stan
china, J. Cunningham, R. Hackett. Second Row: R. Ap-
pleton, W. Caspary, R. Armbruster, D. O'Connor, B.
McGrath, D. Cleary, G. Griffiths, R. Ferris, T. Imperato.
First Row: J. McCarroll, J. Callahan, E. Li Volsi, C.
Packowski, Mr. W. Herrmann, J. Phelan, C. Di Gio-
vanni, K. McNally, R. Pregiato.
Prerident-John Del Negro
Mr. Herrmann adds a new touch to his teaching.
Taxation Without Representation. 96 'KWC PaSSCd!"
In an effort to develop into the "full
man" whom Saint Ignatius envisioned, the
Prep student participates in an extensive
and varied extracurricular program while
he furthers his spiritual, intellectual and
social growth. United in a common effort
under the One Great Leader, he strengthens
his own character and helps enrich the daily
lives of his classmates.
Cusati, J. Fitzpatrick, J. Hughes, P. Smith. Fourth Row:
SE lllll SUDALITY
Back Row: M. Mikolainis, P. Frank, J. Kearney, L. Tim-
pone, E. Dowling, M. Dennehy, D. Guidotti, T. Dinan
Fifth Row: H. Staclelmann, J. Sheeran, R. McIntyre, R
A. Bolmann, R. Burlinson, W. Franck, G. OiBrien, J.
Realini, L. Kelly, H. Lambert, L. Aidala. Third Row
H. Reese, T. Trimarco, K. McGovern, R. Callagy, G.
Sullivan, A. Fiorella, B. Comaskey, J. McElligott. Second
Row: M. Dorligo, W. McQuade, T. Kiernan, J. Hefele,
J. Calhoun, K. Bauer, J. O'Connell, T. Douglas. First
Row: D. Purpi, J. Barch, D. Higgins, T. Palmieri, S.
Rosa, F. Gannon, D. Hughes.
Kp is N
Secretary Dowling, Prefect O'Brien, Moderator Mr. Fitz-
patrick, S,J., Vice-Prefect Frank and Treasurer Calhoun
plan the year's program.
Getting a warm reception!
llur Weekly Visit
lu Kennedy Hume
Sodalists in combat.
l ,, ,
Packing it in!
"Hey, they're pulling my leg!"
Guidotti, Dennehy, Calhoun and Dinan Senior
members of the Student Counselor's Commit-
P. Lutz and T. Villamana keep Prep-
men in good reading.
G. Campbell, Vice-Prefectg A. Spohr,
Prefectg Mr. E. Pickett, S.J., Modera-
tor, M. Egan, Vice-Prefect.
Front Row: M. Hoag, P. Gannon, J. Denneen, L. Ric-
ciardi. Second Row: E. Barton, C. Perotti, M. Tully, J.
O'Keane, P. Mongan. Third Row: V. Gray, F. Sullivan,
J. Toner, G. Capozzo, G. Campbell. Fourth Row: D.
Tevlin, R. Meehan, P.,Skiko, A. Spohr, J. Melican.
Fifth Row: B. Gibbons, C. Healy, M. Takacs, R. Quig
ley, P. Branca. Last Row: R. La Fond, R. Mallory, A
Raia, R. Farrelly.
Left Row: T. Brennan, H. Healey, J. McGuiness, Mr. J. Talbot
S.J. Third Row: J. Dio Guardi, T. Feeley, J. Trautlein, M. Wil
helm, T. Villamana, A. Callaghan. Second Row: J. Dertinger, V
Conlan, G. Coffey, J. McCann, P. Gelinas, G. Fegan. Right Row
L. Doyle, J. Mitchell, M. Tierney, J. Lane.
Seated: Left Row: W. Curran, A. Apicelli, T. Harrington, W.
Duffy. Third Row: G. Quinn, J. Murphy, T. Carroll, J. Tuc-
ciarone, A. Prcisser. Second Row: G. Clark, D. Berberich, M.
Casey, C. Collins. First Row: P. Lutz, G. Bianchi, R. Schneider,
li. Lutz. Standing: J. Maguire, J. O'Brien, E. Gallagher, R. Ladau,
J. Strong, E. Greene, J. Leonard, A. Marotti, W. Weinert.
Mr. N. Hurley, S.J. discusses Sodality
Rules with Vice-Prefects P. Lutz, R.
Schneider, and Prefect J. Reilly.
R. Grassi, Secretary, R. Strait, Vice-
Prefectg Fr. G. Hoch, S.J., Moderator,
C. Adams, Prefect.
Front Row: K. Humphries, W. Twohig, J. Fay, J. Fallon
G. Doherty, P. Maffei, R. Strait, B. Mitscherlich, P.
Brooks, R. Lo Cascio, D. Heathwood, L. Lolli. Second
Row: C. Grzanka, M. Domas, J. Brunner, W. Frank, W.
Hardy, M. Conway, C. Adams, J. Charde, J. Hopkins,
B. Rahilly, R. De Santis. Third Row: R. Sartore, F.
Kirby, M. Collins, R. Grassi, W. Babilot, B. Carroll,
R. Romer, E. Tucker, J. Kelly, G. McLoughlin, H. Ri-
vera, R. De Laurentis. Fourth Row: W. Considine, D.
O'Connor, J. Callaghan, W. O'Connell, R. Kelly, F. Radl,
T. Hubschman, M. Wolfe, J. Gibbons, C. Lane, P. Degan,
M. Kelly. Fifth Row: B. Cross, W. Wilkinson, J. Phelan,
R. Armbruster, C. Danker.
Back Row: E. Egan, P. Lutz, G. Fegan, M. Egan, C.
Lanzano, A. Marotti, F. Gannon, T. Douglas. Front Row:
M. Bozzone, H. Rivera, j. Denneen, J. Reilly, J. Hop-
kins, M. Hoag, P. Gelinas, B. Gibbons.
President J. Keane helps to vest Fr. Hennessy,
S.J. for Mass.
Back Row: A. Tangredi, M. Mannarino, P. Skiko, V. Gray, D
Tevlin, B. Gehan, M. Collins. Front Row: A. Spohr, A. McKeon
G. Capozzo, A. Macchia, R. Kelly, R. Farrelly, W. Daly.
L. to R.: L. Kelly, J. Realini, R. Callagy, S. Rosa, A. Fiorella,
T. Brennan. Absent: J. Stephens.
The weekly Mass in the Blue Chapel.
Prepmen pray for success in their studies and activities
EHUIH-ELEE III. B
I'he Maestro, Mr. j. Stroud, S.j., leads the Glee Club. Third Row:
J. llcegun, R. Higgins, M. Kelly, J. Fiorillo, j. Brown, L. Booker
J. Mallery, j. Toner, R. Grassi, R. Scully. Second Row: J. Tesari
l. Sahatelli, D. Guidotti, M. Dennehy, L. Timpone, T. Dinan
l. Latlau, A. Pisani, W. Daly. First Row: A. Guida, T. Maher
. Eagan, D. Larkin, R. Perrotta, H. Rivera.
The Moderator gives a pointer to pianist Gui-
dotti, as Secretary Dennehy and President Far-
rell look on.
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Yol. T T YT DFT-JRITPTAMYTR-EPARATORY SDZOOIJ, iwiiw ,Tin ii
Parents of Freshmen Junior Sodolity To ' .
Meet Faculty Tonight Discuss Mystical Body SWISS Chalef 0n CUFUPUS,
Tonight, October 28th, the parents
of the Freshmen will meet their
sons' teachers, thus getting this
year's Parent-Teacher meetings un-
der way. The Sophomore Parents'
Night will be held on Monday,
October 31st. The Junior and Seni-
or Parents' Night will be held Nov-
ember 7th. All meetings will be
at 7:45 in Hughes Hall.
The main purpose of these meet-
ings is to acquaint the parents with
their sons' teachers and to discuss
ways and means to improve school
work. A better understanding of
the pupil by the teacher can also
be gained. The pupil's shortcomings
will be discussed not with the in-
tent to embarass anyone but to help
in his improvement and thus to find
the best way for him to use all his
Every Monday the Junior Sodal-
ity holds its weekly meeting. Mr.
Hurley, S.J., has drawn up a pro-
gram of talks to be given during
the semester. These talks are
divided into three topics, the first
being the Mystical Body, the second,
Worship and Liturgy, and the third,
Social Apostleship. The Sodalists
will visit various hospitals, exercis-
ing and developing their socially
As an intra-school activity, they
are investigating the needs of the
Prep and are interested particularly
in upper-class reaction to important
Asked for a quote which would
describe the works of the Sodality
most aptly, Mr. Hurley said "The
Sodalists will strive, as best they
can, to hand on their ideas to others,"
Caesar To Be Slain Again:
Brutus Does Honors Nov. 4, 5
On November -llli and Sth, the Fordham Prep Drainatic Society
under thc direction ol' Mr. Vaughn llccring will stage its 26th pro
duction, Sliakcspc.irc's "Julius Caesar."
hlr. Dccriiig. who has bccn coaching thc College plays .ind has
himself been an actor in "Julius Caesar" is preparing owr fifty Prepincn
for their roles in the classic Shake-
Prep Housewarms Nov. ll
Member ' 1 on hack.
drops fi Co-Editor J. Kearney, Assoc. Editor B. Merg- tl lo rl
ardt and Co-Editor J. Fitzpatrick plan next
Cl: ' 'rx' alionl
that, since l'UI'Llll1lll'l is llflllglllg bwiwerlnntl to you on Nov. ll' .it the
"Swiss Ch.ilet" Mission llince. This d.incc should he .is successful as
any preceeding d.incc, lior in .addition to llill lXlcCartliy's Urclicstiui, .Mix
llilhor, SJ., has .urmnued to have television backdrops from .1 major
lives helping others in these pagan
areas, it shouliln't be too much
ulh strain for every I're-pster to nohly
contribute four hours ol' his time at
the dance, 8:30 to 121:io, to such
strenuous tasks as dancing with the
one-and-only in the smooth rhythm
of a first-class band, and gliding
around a floor, surrounded by con-
vincing vistas of the snowy Alps.
This combination of beautiful girl,
soft rhythmic music, picturesque
, surroundings and romantic atmos-
mg phere may require moral courage- to
put up with, hut the true Prvpman
will he willing to do anything for
the benefit of so good gt cause,
Draws 140 Couples
On Friday, October Zlst., the Prep
sponsored a skating party at the
Palace Skating Rink, Jerome Avenue
at 191 St. The rink was rented
exclusively for the Prepmen and
their guests, the girls of St. Cathe-
Jer, The idea of this party carrie from
Brooklyn Prep, which ran several
of them within the past year with
Top Row: L. Bolognese, J. McCann, D. Retoske, T. Douglas, J. Melican, J. Trautlein, H.
Miller-Jones, R. Callagy, J. Strong, G. Keane. Middle Row: J. Pisani, T. Jennings, D. Tevlin,
M. Casey, V. Gray, R. Nenninger, L. Timpone, K. Bauer, D. Purpi, W. Landry, J. McGuiness,
J. Hughes, J. Sheeran, R. Gilbert, R. Cusati. Bottom Row: J. Rowan, R. Schneider, T. Pal-
mieri, D. Higgins.
Approximately 140 men from the
Prep were present, while a large
number of girls from St. Catherine's
attended. That afternoon the rink
lCont'd on page 21
j. Sheeran writes feature - as others supply
FORDHAM PREPARATORY SCHOOL, BRONX 58. N. Y.
Oct. 28, 1955
time for all troubled spirits
:aking tliesc spirits are im'
fllhl festivities had their
ln earlier stages it picked
ia, ollcring fruits and nuts
' crops so that the Romans
lien they spent several days
ly the forerunner of "trick
llowe'en moved on to Scot-
dess, the Scots fought off
i was that on one night of
ts roamed about the world
that the spirits of darkness
'rc ol spooks and candle-lit
The word "l'repster" has been of-
ficially abolished from the Rampart.
ln a dramatic announcement by the
Editors, it was revealed that this
word would no longer appear in the
school newspaper. Its place would
be taken by reputable words, such
as "Prep students", "l'repmen," etc.
During recent years this disreput-
able noun has crept into the vocab-
ulary of Prepst . . ., er, Prepmen,
to a dangerous extent. lts exact
origin is unknown. However, most
authorities agree that the most
likely source is from the Latin.
prepuni, a prison or dungeon, and
steri, to be shackled or placed in
chains. Anyone having further in-
formation on this subject is asked to
contact the Editors.
Hic Est Enim Calix ....
child:-:Z Tllll effort is living marlc to olrtain a clmlice and ostcnxorium in
DUN-uk0s.,f keeping with tltc lwrnrty of the University Cliurcli. They are lu he a
was Bum, pruvnurual to thcrpmt mul prlescnr slmlenls :md staff. ll! limes, families
mu' Jr-wt-lry wlixcli is vm! living iiseil fllltl llicr wtmlzl lie nleased to hm?
Urder in IUZSZ. 'lha-n the training
began that nas to develop a man
into a priest. lt was many years of
unsclfish study and toil, but many
happy years. Father spent the first
phase of liis training at Werners-
ville Novitiate in l'4-nnsylvania.
After four years of study, hc be-
gan Philosophy at West liaden, ln-
fliana . Faith:-i' Griffin was awarded
an A. M. in Classics by Loyola,
Chicago, in 1940, and Canisius High
School iii Buffalo soon received a
touching scholastic in the person of
Mr. 'fhonias l'l. Griffin, S.J. There
he taught Latin, Greek, anal English.
'l'he niost blessed day of his life
arrived when in NMS, after complet-
ing three yr-ars of Theology at
Woodstock 'l'heologatr', Thomas Grif-
fin was ordained to the Holy Priest-
Father Griffin says that at the
Prep he has been constantly plagued
by "second place." As an active
track inan,at Fordham Prep back
in lfl28, when hr- ln-gan high school,
,....,.... .o. ...... .,.....
ln the past few years,
has been revived among
lies in Boston, when
have replaced Soul-cake
Now that we have i
school, it should be
soaped windows, flat tir
filled socks are below
it in a. positive wayi a
lowc'en thought on the
nr-ar-saints who prof
Church can do more go
ing if the neighbors l
tience ol' saints.
fCont'd from pa
The "little man" hz
record of attendance at
and is a Meistersinger
Although he has no rf t
about college yet, he has hopes of
attending Villanova. Best of luck
nl has no
to tht- littlo "winamp" Gaines and Keane find flaws in Doug-
las' article. f H
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By Leo Bolognese
Fordham Preparatory School
NEW YORK ss, NEW YORK
co EDITORS-IN-CHll'II" JIM KEARNEY st .nM FITZPATRICK
ASSOCIATE EDITOR .
. BARRY MERGARIYI'
News Staff: Joe Trautlein, Jim Hughes, Rob Gilbert, John Strong, Tom
Gaines, Gerry Keane, Rob Callagy, John Sheersn, Jim Melican
Sports Staff.: John Mcfluiness, Bill Landry, Hank Miller-Jones, Terry Doug-
lor the Pat Boone. 1.5, ,hm M,-Humor,
Hlc U - Pm B""?L'N Photographers: Bill Landry, Paul Byrne, Dick Corcoran, Bill Schneider
ment Moderators make last minute check 'HW' r""1'- Arlwlr L00 H0101-tneee
VYl"',l' of copy. 'ik fifmiiifl Typists: Tom Palmieri, Len Timpone, Karl Bauer, Joe Piaani, Dan Tet-lin
SWF 10' Business Manager: Tom Palmieri - Asst. Dave Higgins
The H!-K EIN Maqa ine
As the deadline approaches . . .
Back Row: J. Jetzt, E. Greene, R. Mc
Imyre, A. Marotri, J. Strong, J. Meli
can, R. Ladau, V. Picarello, M. Do
mas. Front Row: L. Timpone, Mr. W
Ward, SJ., E. Hughes, Mr. N. Hurley,
S.-I., P. Held.
They worked through the night.
Omtory and Debate Team Pfizer
Debating .................................... First and Second Place
Extcmpore and Declamation ............... Second Place
Dramatics and Freshman Oratory ...... Third Place
Extempore and Original Oratory ............ First Place
Fr. Boyle coaches Freshman Oratory winners
R. Phillips brings home another trophy.
Successful Prep Speakers: M. Tully, J. Trautlein, P. Skiko, M. Dorligo,
J. Sheeran, D. Higgins, j. Fallon, R. Phillips, J. Butitta.
,..fv,., - .
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Mag- - : ,I
I ,iii Left Row: J. Trautlein, J. Dio Guardi, J. Strong, W.
54' Brick, E. Greene. Middle Row: J. Freaney, J. Melican,
wx I." I g s" P. Skiko, W. Duffy, A. Marotti. Right Row: R. Farrelly,
'N' -' M. Tully, J. O'Keane, J. Butitta, R. Ladau.
Ir was a BIG trophy this time.
Standing: J. Calhoun, J. Strong, R
Burlinson, B. Comaskey, K. McGov
ern, R. Callagy, D. Higgins W Col
lins, J. McE1ligorr. Seated: Illertzj
man, Vice-Presidentg M. Dorligo, Sec-
retaryg P. Frank, Presidentg J. Shee-
rotti, Comaskey, Burlinson, Sheeran, and Harvey Hertzman briefs Sophomores.
,gins prepare for a tournament.
Mike Dorligo, Chairman of
sh debaters get some hints from veteran Mclilligott cross-questions Calhoun as Collins,
nl Frank. P Strong and Callagy wait their turns.
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First Row: W. Babilot, D. Keefc, J. Fallon, J. Armbruster, P. Maffei, J. Buck-
man. Second Row: V. Taormina, T. Imperato, H. Rivera, D. Reilly, J. Charde,
R. Strait. Third Row: R. Appleton, J. Duffy, C. Lane, R. De Santis, S. Mc-
Gcady, J. Carroll. Fourth Row: A. Stanchina, J. Hopkins, J. Lazzari, G
Pavarini, B. Cross. Fifth Row: Fr. F. Fahey, S.J., G. Doherty, W. Reidy.
The Dramatic Snlziet presents
Back Row: W. La Monica, R. Daly, T. Healy, T. Twomey, R. Hourahan, P. Gelinas, P. Skiko,
T. Dolan, R. Colonnell, W. Curran, P. Ward, R. Salvatorelli, W. Duffy, J. Hoey. Front Row:
E. Hogan, D. Higgins, J. Butitta, R. Ladau, R. McIntyre, J. Pero, R. Tighe, R. Phillips, H.
Hertzman, T. Jennings, P. Branca.
Stage Manager A, ,MQ
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The CUT-UPS: Background: Stadelmann, McElligott, Takacs
Foreground: Tucciarone, Morton, Preisser.
Fr. J. Leonard, SJ.
Stage hands: V. Farina, H. Stadelmann, P. Travers, and G. Morton
wait for R. Wade's signal.
Business Staff: Standing: E. Greene, A. Apicelli, T. Dolan, M.
Dennehy, J. Strong, M. Giorgio, R. Callagy, T. Dinan, D. Gui-
dotti, L. Doyle, R. Schneider. Seated: P. Frank, T. Kiernan, T.
Palmieri. L. Timoone. R. Burlinson.
Mr. J. Hamilton, SJ.
ST UE T IIIJUNIIIL
Standing: H. Healey, T. Brennan, P. Frank, T. Douglas. Seated: First Row: E. Mel-
lctt, T. Trimarco, P. Byrne, R. Timothy. Second Row: K. Reilly, J. Kearney, J. Bru-
baker, W. Morris. Third Row: T. Carroll, W. Gaines, W. Marrin, K. Burke. Fourth
Row: R. Oswald, D. Keefe, J. Jetzt. Back Row: M. Conway, J. Del Negro, C. De-
laney. Absent: P. Gelinas, M. Bakkenist, R. Calcagni, C. Adams, J. Stephens.
Left Row: T. Brennan, E. Mellett, T. Douglas
G. Adami. Middle Row: A. McHugh, J. O'Con-
nell, E. Hughes, H. Hertzman. Right Row: J
Afionian, W. Morris, E. Meany, J. Kearney.
T. Dolan, G. Glennon, T. Harrington, J. Lane,
J. Jetzt, J. Strong.
Seated: Left Row: R. Cusati, T. Douglas, P. Frank, J. McElligott.
Second Row: J. Fitzpatrick, M. Dennehy, M. Mikolainis, W.
Franck, J. Kenney, G. Adami, M. Tierney. Third Row: E. 'Dowl-
ng, R. Burlinson, T. Shea, M. Lackey, R. Kraig, J. Afionian, V.
Ionian. Fourth Row: T. Maginnis, J. Kearney, R. Cagan, J. Mc-
Suiness, R. Callagy, D. Purpi. Standing: K. McGovern, H. Reese,
L. Kelly, T. Bowes, T. Trimarco, V. Pastore, F. Gradt, H. Stadel-
nann, H. Miller-Jones, T. Palmieri, J. Keane.
Left Row: T. Kiernan, J. Calhoun, P. Held, R. McIntyre,
Smith. Second Row: M. Dorligo, G. O'Brien, T. Brennan, .
Fitzgibbon, T. Comack, G. Adami, R. Salzman. Third Row: l
Healey, T. Dinan, W. Schmarje, M. Giorgio, J. Realini, B. Can
ing, W. Carr. Fourth Row: K. Bauer, L. Timpone, J. Woods, 1
Aresi, D. Higgins, J. Hughes. Standing: A. Duryea, A. Mel-iugli
"Sunt lacrimae rerum" -- you ask Bolmann, Dowling, Mikolainis
or Mr. Talbot, S.J. what it means!
Standing: J. Jetzt, G. McLaughlin, M. Kelly, R. Higgins, J. Laz-
E. Sartore, J. Jetzt, G. Bianchi, C. Glennon, G. Manning,
zari, C. Lanzano, J. Strong, J. Fay, M. Domas, J. Bernauer, J. Strong, F. Brunner, D. Mallery, J. Reich.
Fallon. Seated: C. Glennon, R. Cagan, M. Giorgio, President,
PUSTEH EL B
L. Bolognese, R. Mclntyre, M. Dorligo, D. Higgins, T. Villamana, T. Dolap, K. Bauer,
R. Cusati get a criticism of their work from President A. Bolmann.
R. Ncnningcr, R. Schneider and R. Pictures coming off the dryer - M.
Corcoran print their 1000rh photo. Casey and T. Overhulse inspect their
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Editors J. Realini and W. Collins and Moderator Mr
F. . . .
itzpatrick, SJ. straighten out picture problems.
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emma R- Bufhsrl? Caff-
. 3,11 Fl Cusatl,
d W Franck, TiT:'elx2gI Mglntyre,
V. Pastore, J. McGuiness, D. Purpi, V. Conlan, E. Dowl
ing, and P. Smith insuring sports coverage.
Another part of Editorial Staff: Seated: H. M'll r-j
312351. Slianding: M. Mikolainis, j. Calhoun I G ones
. ran .
, W. CoU'ns, B. C
, T. Dinan, M. Tierzi om
askey, H. Hertz-
ey, R. Callagy, G.
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Moderator and edxto
The Prep student not only distinguishes
himself in the classroom but on the far flung
sport fields of the Prep. Here he improves
his physical powers and heightens his com-
petitive spirit as he learns needed self-con-
trol, sportsmanship and teamwork. Here
too, the captains fire the players' spirit and
organize their efforts while they lead their
teams to victory.
Tony calls the play
Buzzy Morris Tom Brennan
Dave Dello Monaco
Dick La Fond
Starting Lineup: Linemen: Hea-
ley, Dello Monaco, Galvin,
Mellen, Garriry, Kelly, O'Con-
nell. Backs: Oswald, Brennan,
Back Row: J. Kilgus, M. Hair, J. Cerame, S. Amoretty,
R. La Fond, R. Rosetti, A. Tubertini, J. Trautlein, J.
Strehle, H. Slane, R. Oswald, E. Perry, F. Jonke. Middle
Row: R. Timothy, Mgr., R. Putlock, C. Grzanka, M.
Conway, W. McGrath, J. Kenny, J. Kelly, W. Kloepfer,
Coach Joe Ososki explains the "26 Drive."
T. Krantz, W. Galvin, G. Clark, R. Calcagni, W. Skehan.
Front Row: A. Fiorella, A. McHugh, H. Healey, W.
Morris, T. Brennan, W. Galvin, E. Mellett, D. Dello
Monaco, J. O'Connell, G. Sullivan, W. Krantz. Absent:
A. Coffey, T. McKee, E. Riebesehl, D. Kelleher.
THE 1955 SEASON
In the Prep's second year under the guid-
ance of Coach Joe Ososki, their winning
streak of nine games was increased to ten
if in the Alumni game before it was snapped
by a heavy and powerful Brooklyn Prep
ggi eleven. Despite injuries to Coffey, Brennan
and Morris, the Prep ran up a streak of five
games as they passed and drove over Mon-
roe, Cardinal Farley, La Salle, Blessed Sacra-
ment and St. Agnes. With a 6-1 record the
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Prep anxiously looked forward to their
toughest game of the season. Against Xavier gig
the fast-improving Prep line turned in its
i peak performance. Still the powerful Kaydets
get were not to be stopped, as they swept to a
20-6 victory. The year was highlighted by .
the development of a strong line, spear- 55
headed by the outstanding playing of Cap-
2 tain Garrity, Healey and Riebesehl. Besides as
his aggressive defensive play, Tony Fiorella
proved himself an excellent runner as well
as a fine T-formation quarterback. The
team's leading ground-gainer, Bob Oswald,
often brought the crowd to its feet by his
fleet and deceptive runs through the oppon-
ent's line. When not hampered by injury,
Tom Brennan was the man who plunged for
those last needed yards. The hard running
of Steve Amoretty and the consistently fine
line-backing of Bert McHugh were the extra
features in our backfield play which ensured
another successful season.
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The 1955 edition of Fordham
ep's football team opened its
tson with a 19-0 win over the
umni. The Rami were sparked
Oswald'si18-yard cruise into pay-
rt and two Fiorella passes to
ealy and Brennan for touchdowns.
orris made good one of three con-
rsions. The Prep Varsity out-ran
.d out-defensed the seasoned re-
wald brought down
:er long gain.
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Fordharrfs Rams suffered their
first defeat in two seasons at the
hands of a Heet-footed. Brooklyn
Prep team before a 'large crowd.
The lone Prep tally was registered
by Tom Brennan on a two-yard
plunge in the opening quarter.
Buzzy Morris made the extra point.
Late in the second period Andy
Coffey suffered a badly sprained
ankle dimming the future hopes of
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Alumni stopped cold.
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Due to the brilliant quagterback-
ing of Tony Fiorella and ruining of
Bob Oswald, the Rams ilefeated
Monroe 12-0 inpMonroe,3' "Dust
Bowl." Fiorellpi scored his first
touchdown ofthe season on a three-
yard plunge and the scoring was
capped early in the third period on
Steve Amoretty's first varsity T.D.
The hefty Ram line spearheaded by
Captain Garrity twice contained the
Monroe onslaught on their four-
Bringing the ball out of danger.
Hank Healey ready to pull
in a long one.
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loped from the
twelve-yfilrclifiltine in the third
quarter, and Tony ploughed
over with the extra point. The
Rarnlets' tight defense then
held OE a determined last
minute drive by La Salle.
The Ososkimen registered
their third shutout a of
the season assfrtbgifgeifeated
the upstate,,aC isli14-0. Thisypygf
was Oswafdiswday of glory asf
he scarnpfred for a 55-yard'
touchdqivn early thewgmrd
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for the exiiiifwfbint. Late in
the 4th period, Fiorella bar-
relled through the Farley de-
fense for 25 yards and the
Prep's second touchdown. La-
Fond carried for the extra
Bert McHugh breaks away.
Hank cross-cuts for a last-minute
Tony goes up and over
lob Oswald Sprints all the way
climax the Prepmen's success.
Brennan breaks the vicious circ
The men of' awhitewashed the
luckless Cardiigaisiibof New Roefiflle 40 0
The Maroonfdefense remained gd through
out the loifsided contest, e Cardinals
never appr pimated iii' The Preps
six scores cami3'i?iWTUfis by Brennan, Fiorella
and Oswald, Amoretty's two breakaway
dashes, and a Fiorella to Healey aerial to
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Back Row: V. Gray, E. Brady, R. Renz, R. Quigley, J. Collins, J. Naclerio, E. Pardon. Middle
Row: J. Barkaus, P. Brule, L. Bolognese, J. Del Negro, A. Burke, A. Keller, J. Burke, W.
Twohig. Front Row: J. Lyttle, L. Stubenvoll, J. McGirl, F. Brunner, J. Phelan, M. Mc-
Donough, J. Kelly, M. Egan.
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Back Row: R. McGovern, L. Manzione, j. Stephens, L. Sturniolo, j. Brubaker, T. Whelan.
Front Row: j. Power, D. Walsh, J. Cregan, W. Canavan, M. Scarlgelli. Coach J. Sullivan.
Coach Sullivan leads team in prayer
Mr. Sullivan, in his second year as coach of varsity basketball
at the Prep, was forced to settle for a .500 season, splitting 22
games. The fiery mentor was hampered in his eHforts by the
sparse supply of seasoned and proven players. The team, how-
ever, gradually attained the full confidence of a varsity five, and
often electrified its rooters by its spirited rallies.
A really eye-opening performance was turned in by the team's
leading scorer Don Walsh, a Sophomore, when he blazed 50
markers through the nets at Xavier in a losing cause. Of course
the team's zenith was reached when the Ramlets lashed back at
Xavier in their final home game and defeated the Kaydets 62-61
in a five minute overtime period. Everyone went home hoarse
for the second time that week. For this upset was preceded by
the Prep's stunning victory over Regis on the night the Senior
and junior Booster clubs went into full swing. Against a back-
ground of "hats" and straining faces, Larry Manzione banged in
a jumper with two seconds remaining to hand the Red Raiders
a 55-51 setback. No one will forget Ray McGovern's work-horse
efforts in the Mt. St. Michael's series and his hustling play all
season. Despite some illness, playmaker and Co-Captain Tom
Whelan played an outstanding floor game and frequently hit
with his deadly set-shots. The team's ace rebounder, Co-Captain
jim Stephens turned in many sparkling performances before be-
ing sidelined by a broken ankle with six games to go. Most
memorable was his 14-point first quarter splurge against La
It was only a great team effort and air-tight defense which
humbled the unbeaten Scranton five 42-38. A fine first half
against the Mount in the Westchester County Championships
was the closest our young team could come in continuing their
I o Lapmm Tom Whelan The Party s gettmg rough!
VARSITY SCORING TOTALS
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Barrett in close for an easy two-pointer.
The barnstorming Freshman team successfully completed a gruelling
27-game schedule with I4 wins. They more than offset a serious height
disadvantage by their hustling spirit, their fast and well co-ordinated
attack and varied defenses. Half of the games were decided in the hnal
minute, live of them by l point. The features of the season were the
llrooklyn Prep rally M2-412, the St. Agnes Std quarter Q25 pts.D, the
two Xavier wins 149-44, 52-469, the high-scoring Regis games C62-58g
60-412, the BS. upset 649-462, Stepinac thriller C48-47D and the
Kennedy spree 170-607. liven in losing, the team surprised powerful
hdanhatnui and hdount and alniost upset llayes C50-559. Clul Lanzano,
who paced the scorers with 299 pts. mostly from the pivot spot,,also
excelled in rebounding. Captain liill Frank, besides being a tireless ball-
hawk and setting up his mates with deft passes, poured in 253 pts. Rich
Scarpelli showed a hne jump shot and led the fast break to score 222.
jim l5arrett's smooth hall-handling and feeding was matched by a slick
set shot and jump, as he netted 193. Bruce Bott steadily improved as a
rebounder and scorer from outside and underneath, ending up with 186
pts. Under the tutelage of Mr. Fitzpatrick, SJ., these five became a well-
balanced unit which will continue to play exciting and winning basketball
for Fordham. The reserves also deserve much praise for the team's success,
especially jim McMahon and Bill Collins for their "clutch" playing.
Lanzano scores on his favorite left
Back Row: J. Barrett, C. Lanzano, R. Maher, G. Pavarini, J. McMahon, B. Bott, J. Buckman,
Mr. M. Fitzpatrick, SJ., Coach. Front Row: R. Scarpelli, J. Tierney, J. Acampora, W. Frank,
Capt., M. Bozzone, R. Lo Cascio, W. Collins.
ENIORS: J. Mitchell, R. Ludwig, D. Hughes, F. Gradt, A. McHugh, F.
rannon, S. Rosa, V. Pastore, L. Kelly.
The track team, under the inimitable coaching of Mr.
Fox, turned in another splendid season even though handi-
capped with injuries. Several school records were cracked
open by the "Foxmen" this indoor season. Among them
was the 1,000 yard run when Tom Carroll captured second
place in the National Interscholastic Championships, while
Ray Finneran broke the Freshmen shotput record and Don-
ald O'Connor the Freshmen mile. The B.M.W. Champion-
ship saw the always powerful junior-Midget team run 05
with the second place trophy. Another triumph came
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JUNIORS: Back Row: T. McKee, L. Doyle, G. Rinn, W. Curran, A.
Apicelli, J. Murphy, j. Cerame. Middle Row: J. Cutney, F. Jonke, W.
Landry, D. Berberich, L. Reilly, B. McGuire, M. Waters, J. Kelly. Front
Row J. Maguire, Mgr., E. Markey, J. Weisman, J. Leonard, L. Rissone,
Our Track Captains: Sal Rosa
and Dave Hughes.
Coach Fox notes the time as
he puts squad through "time
SOPHOMORES: Back Row: M. Takacs, D. Angiello, M. Bakkenist, I
Toomey, F. Donnelly, P. Schneiders, J. Halpin. Middle Row: P. Gannol
J. Denneen, J. Maloney, A. Kirchner, H. Richt, M. Conroy, R. La Font
Front Row: M.,Hoag, J. Ontra, R. Costanzo, P. Mongan, N. Guernier
when Tom Carroll captured the 880 yard run in the
C.H.S.A.A. Championships setting another school record.
Again the Junior-Midgets were victorious as they retired
the second place trophy in the C.H.S.A.A. Championships
at the Garden by breaking city records in the Sub-Midget
and Midget Relays. According to the outlook and general
appearance of the team, the outdoor season again will see
the Prep's track squad, with the help of such runners as
Dave Hughes, Sal Rosa and others, prove itself as one of
the city powers.
FRESHMEN: Back Row: B. Rahilly, J. Fay, W. Considine, J. Miller, '
Finneran, K. Voltz, M. Conway, R. Grassi, J. Bernauer. Middle Row: l
McKenna, R. Ferris, J. Donohue, R. Kelly, M. Ryan, M. Domas, 1
Griffiths, J. Eagen, T. Carrillo, D. O'Connor. Front Row: J. Tramontan
J. Callahan, D. Cleary, K. Burke, V. Bulfa, A. Keller, B. Mitscherich.
Uhrlass pours it on in the Midget Relay.
Doyle leads the chain gang.
O'Connor and Ryan about to finish off a neat
stick-pass to break the C.H.S.A.A. Sub-Midget rec-
ord at the Garden.
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Kirchner hands off an early lead to O'Connor.
Weisman passes oif to Gannon in the
six lap relay at the Prep Relays.
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Berberich and Rinn warm up on a cold day.
their workout seriously. Winning stick Pass'
Carroll holds off his oppon-
ent in the Two Mile Relay.
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J. Mitchell, T. Carroll, D. Berberich, D. Hughes, J. Maloney, A
Apicelli, F. Gradt, G, Rinn.
J. Halpin, L. Rissone, J. Weisman, J. Ontra, F. Donnelly, D. Angi-
ello, J. Denneen, M. Waters, J. Leonard, A. Kirchner, J. Murphy,
L. Reilly, P. Mongan, R. Uhrlass, F. Gannon, L. Doyle, H. Richt,
V. Pastore, M. Hoag, P. Toomey, S. Rosa.
V. Buffa, R. Kelly, J. Callahan, B. Mitscherlich, R. Considine, R.
Grassi, M. Domas, J. Eagen, J. Donohue, D. O'Connor, G. Gridiths.
Captain Frank "Pee Wee" Grad! can-ou tries To hold his eal'lY lead.
Dave Hughes, who set a new cross-country
O'Connor wins Frosh race.
Berberich sets the pace.
Mitchell and Rinn near Hnish line.
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Brennan, P. Gclinas, T. Comack.
Lutz, J. McCann,
J. Sullivan, E. Mc-
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Breasrsrrokers: E. Dowling
Medley Relay: J. Sullivan comes in as Hughes gets set
to gog Dowling and Smith wait third and fourth legs
The Swimming Team this year had a .500 season.
The Swimming powers of the city found the Prep a
rough opponent but nevertheless managed to squeeze
out some close meets. The Prep meanwhile defeated
all of the teams in its own class and made a favorable
showing in the City Championships and the Private
School Championships. Outstanding among the ac-
complishments were the individual showings of Frank
O'Brien in the 100 yard freestyle and jay McCann
in the 100 yard backstroke.
J. McCann and F. O'Brxen
J. Whamond, J. Bandura, I.. Ris-
sonc, R. Van de Kieft, and W.
Engels taking early spring
Captain Bill Garrity set to give
it a ride!
Back Row: M. Scarpelli, F. Bellantese,
W. Engels, R. Van de Kieft, K. Gaz-
zola, L. Rissone, J. Whamond, -J. Ban
dura, Mr. J. Ososki, Coach. Front Row
E. Riebesehl W Garrit P. B rne T.
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Pitcher Ed Riebesehl ready for
another big season.
Frank Bellantese sets the target.
Pete Cerro stretches for the toss.
Mr. John J. Rooney
Co-Captain Vin Conlan
Back Row: W. Marrin. Second Row: W. Curran, V. Con-
lan, H. Connolly. First Row: W. Landry, R. Pratt, D.
Our leading doubles team: Hank Connolly and
Juninr arsil . . .
Back Row: E. Barton, J. Miller, W
. . . Freshman
Back Row: R. Legeckis, W. Marrin,
J. Miller, M. Savage, R. Grassi, J. Fay,
W. Frank, Mr. W. Herrmann. Front
Row: H. O'Donnell, E. Tucker, T.
Carrillo, W. Babilot, P. Cucchi, H.
Zehner, D. Heathwood, C. Lane.
Marrin, J. Strong, C. DeMaio, C. Glen-
non, J. Lane, B. Gibbons, Mr. W. Herr-
mann. Front Row: R. Pratt, D. Zink,
G. Cantarella, C. Lancelot, J. Fay, W.
Frank, T. Harrington, H. O'Donnell,
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Afmet- '. - Smith, F ' anmng ' -.Huggins
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Basketball Managers: J.V., L.
Bologneseg Vars., R. O'Connellg
Frosh, W. Bergin. Cheer-
leaders: J. McElligott, P. Frank,
A. Preisser. Absent: E. Dowl-
Top Row: P. johnson, G. Lash,
P. MacLaren, A. Ostuni, G.
Annar. Bottom Row: W.
Doughty, R. Salzman, A. Dur-
yea, E. Egan.
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4E: Second Row: M. Mannnr-
ino, W. Carr, E. McCarthy.
First Row: A. Tangredi, W.
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SA displays its radical "spread" for-
W. Considine leads J. Donohue
around the turn as Track vet-
erans look on.
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Frank of IB circles end for good gain.
EIINEHATULATIIJNS TU THE GRADUATES
EHUM THE UNDEHELASSMEN
john j. Acampora
Caesar B. Adams
john H. Alloca
Richard F. Ambrose
Stephen j. Amoretty
Thomas j. Amrhein
Dominick M. Angiello
Gary L. Annar
Albert A. Apicelli
Richard N. Appleton
Robert j. Armbruster
Richard L. Arvedlund
Gerald j. Artis
Carlos E. Aybar
Warren G. Babilot
Michael A. Bakkenist
john P. Barkaus
james P. Barrett
Edmund C. Barton
Dennis W. Bates
james E. Bayreuther
Allan S. Beedenbender
Dennis E. Berberich
William j. Bergin
john j. Bernauer
Robert W. Bertrand
joseph S. Best
james j. Black
john j. Blenkle
William j. Blewett
joseph P. Boland
Leon A. Bolognese
john E. Bolster
Lawrence A. Booker -
Bruce G. Bott
Pasquale j. Bottiglieri
john C. Botts
Michael j. Bozzone
Eugene A. Brady
Peter F. Brady
Paul A. Branca
William j. Breitling
William R. Brick
john j. Broderick
William C. Brooks
john W. Brubaker
Philip K. Brule
Frederick j. Brunner
joseph A. Brunner
john B. Buckman
Vito M. Buffa
Andrew S. Burke
Kenneth F. Burke
Robert G. Burns
Thomas G. Burns
john G. Busa
james F. Butitta
Charles E. Butler
Paul G. Byrne
Ronald N. Calamita
Robert L. Calcagni
john C. Callaghan
james M. Callahan
Donald P. Campbell
George W. Campbell
james I. Campion
William A. Canavan
Robert M. Cantales
Giovanni P. Cantarello
Guy j. Capozzo
Robert W. Carlton
Douglas W. Carrigan
Bernard j. Carroll
Eugene P. Carroll
john P. Carroll
Thomas j. Carroll
William j. Carroll
Michael j. Casey
Kenneth P. Casperi
Thomas j. Cavey
jose E. Cerame
Peter W. Cerro
john P. Charde
Dennis j. Cleary
Gerard P. Cleary
Gerald F. Clark
Eugene F. Coffey
Patrick A. Colangelo
james S. Colasante
Cornelius F. Collins
john H. Collins
Michael j. Collins
William T. Collins
jerome A. Comeau
joseph S. Connelly
Harold X. Connolly
james R. Connors
Matthew j. Conroy
William F. Considine
Roger G. Conte
Michael j. Conway
Richard C. Corcoran
james S. Cosgrove
Robert E. Costanzo
Edward j. Costello
Richard P. Cotter
Dennis j. Cowen
john C. Cregan
Sebastian N. Crispinelli
Brian j. Cross
Robert E. Cryan
Paolo M. Cucchi
Douglas E. Cummings
Edward P. Curcio
Hugh F. Curley
Robert E. Curnen
Robert T. Curran
john M. Cutney
Patrick j. Daly
Richard E. Daly
William j. Daly
john C. David
Richard j. DeFelice
Peter j. Degen
Claude A. Dekeyser
Charles T. Delaney
Thomas j. Delaney
Robert H. DeLaurentes
Louis j. Della Cava
john A. Del Negro
joseph D. Del Savio
Cordell H. DeMaio
Edward C. Dempsey
john P. Denneen
joseph E. Dertinger
Ralph F. DeSantis
Charles B. DiGiovanni
joseph j. DioGuardi
Michael j. Domas
Francis j. Donnelly
joseph F. Donohue
Lawrence F. Doyle
Lawrence j. Doyle
William j. Doyle
john B. Duffy
john D. Duffy
W. Leslie Duffy
john j. Eagan
Michael E. Egan
Martin B. Englehardt
Howard L. English
joseph A. Fallon
Vincent F. Farina
Thomas M. Farley
james S. Fay
Edward j. Fays
Thomas M. Feeley
Gerald E. Fegan
Raoul j. Ferris
Thomas j. Finneran
julius X. Fiorillo
Edward A. Fischer
Leonard G. Fischer U
Raymond H. Fitzgerald
john M. Fitzpatrick
james L. Foley
Michael T. Foley
Richard R. Forte
William P. Frank
john T. Freaney
George j. Freiberg
Ronald j. Frost
William P. Gaines
Eugene j. Gallagher
Peter A. Gannon
Michael j. Garvey
Kenneth E. Gazzola
Bernard j. Gehan
Peter j. Gelinas
Brian P. Gibbons
john A. Gibbons
Robert E. Gilbert
john j. Gillick
Richard j. Gilmartin
Clifford j. Glennon
Michael O. Glynn
Anthony P. Gonzalez
Dennis j. Gorman
Robert E. Gorman
Herbert R. Graf
Victor S. Gray
Robert M. Grassi
Edward P. Greene
Gerald G. Grilliths
Chester T. Grzanka
Nunzio j. Guarnieri
Anthony C. Guida
Roger j. Hackett
Malcolm E. Hair
john T. Halligan
john P. Halpin
Fredrick G. Hamburger
Stephen R. Hammond
Robert G. Hames
Robert E. Hartke
Willimn C. Hardy
Timothy R. Harrington
Vincent C. Hayes
Charles C. Healy
john j. Healy
Thomas j. Healy
Desmond j. Heathwood
Thomas A. Hedgecock
Gerald E. Heegan
Peter j. Hendricks
Barry M. Higgins
Robert A. Higgins
Michael R. Hoag
john j. Hoey
john P. Hoffman
Edward F. Hogan
john P. Hopkins
Edward j. Horgan
john K. Horgan
Thomas j. Hubschman
Geoffrey S. Hughes
Kenneth P. Humphries
Richard N . Iachetta
Brian P. Icobelli
james M. Ingrassia
Thomas j. Imperato
Charles j. Infosino
Thomas j. jennings
john j. jetzt
Peter A. johnson
George F. joiner
john M. jones
Frank j. jonke
james M. jordan
Paul T. joyce
George M. Keane
Christopher j. Keating
David E. Keefe
Owen j. Kehoe
Daniel j. Kelleher
Anthony j. Keller
james A. Kelly
john E. Kelly
Martin C. Kelly
Richard P. Kelly
john T. Kenny
john W. Keogh
john j. KilCullen
john H. Kilgus
Albert j. Kirchner
Werner A. Kloepfer
Douglas V. Koch
Gerald E. Koester
William H. Kroepke
john A. Dreuger
Richard A. LaBue
Robert F. Ladau
Richard Q. LaFond
Louis M. Lalli
William j. LaMonica
Anthony E. LaMura
Charles j. Lancelot
William E. Landry
Carlo T. Lanzano
Anthony T. Laquidzm
Donald P. Larkin
john A. Larkin
john P. Larkin
Harry C. Lash
Hubert A. Laubis
john B. Lazzari
Gregory A. Lee
Richard P. Legeckis
john M. Leonard
Edward j. LiVolsi
Richard W. Locascio
Harry C. Lodes
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jose F. Lopez
Edward S. Lutz
Peter S. Lutz
joseph W. Lux
Valentine F. Lynch
Donald F. Lyons
john W. Lyttle
Angelo P. Macchia
Philip j. Maclaren
Paul P. Maffei
james P. Maguire
Richard j. Maher
Thomas R. Maher
john C. Maloney
Richard D. Mallery
Vincent j. Mancuso
Gerald P. Mangan
George G. Manning
Lawrence A. Manzione
Nino D. Marino '
Arthur F. Marotti
Wilfred E. Martin
Francis B. McCallon
joseph j. McCann
john C. McCarvall
Michael A. McDonough
Warren P. McGarty
Stephen j. McGeady
William j. McGee
john T. McGirl
Raymond L. McGovern
john B. McGrath
Walter j. McGrath
Andrew T. McGuire
john P. McGoldrick
Anthony R. McKeon
Gerald j. McLaughlin
Edward j. McLaughlin
Robert E. McLoughlin
james j. McMahon
Kevin S. McNally
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james P. McTernan
Richard j. Meehan
Bernard N. Meehan
james P. Melican
Peter S. Mendelis
Richard L. Micheri
john j. Miller
Patrick j. Mongan
joel P. Morkan
Gary V. Morton
Michael V. Morreale
joseph E. Mottola
james j. Mulholland
Myles j. Mullen
Bernard E. Muller-Thym
Francis j. Murphy
jerome S. Murphy
William P. Murphy
Vincent P. Murray
joseph M. Murtaugh
john E. Naclerio
john A. Natali
Michael j. Naughton
Robert H. Nenninger
Richard M. Neville
Richard A. Nicholls
William j. Nihan
james A. Nugent
joseph D. O'Brien
Lawrence j. O'Brien
james W. O'Callaghan
john F. O'Connell
Robert F. O'Connell
William R. O'Connell
Hugh K. O'Donnell
Brian j. O'Hare
john P. O'KeefTe
joseph A. Ontra
john A. O'Reilly
joseph D. Oriolo
William P. O'Rourke
John F. O'Sullivan
Kenneth E. O'Sullivan
Anthony M. Osruni
Robert A. Oswald
Thomas W. Overhulse
Charles H. Packowski
Edward R. Pardon
Frank J. Padrone
George F. Pavarini
Albert R. Peraino
Thomas F. Perdisatt
John F. Pero
Richard C. Perrotta
Charles E. Perotti
Edward J. Perry
John J. Phelan
Paul A. Philbin
Vincent J. Picarello
Anthony R. Pisani
Joseph J. Ponzi
Donald J. Portfolio
George N. Poulos
John S. Power
Richard M. Pratt
Richard A. Pregiato
Alfonse J. Preisser
Daniel A. Prisciotta
Robert J. Putlock
Robert C. Quigley
George R. Quinn
Michael W. Quinn
Frederick J. Radl
Bartholomew C. Rahilly
Alfred A. Raia
William J. Raymond
William J. Reidy
Denis J. Reilly
John F. Reilly
Richard W. Reilly
Robert F. Renz
Denis W. Retoske
Frank J. Reysen
Alfred J. Riccardi
Lawrence R. Ricciardi
Harvey F. Richt
Frank M. Richter
Edgar R. Riebesehl
Gregory F. Rinn
Louis D. Rissone
Henry M. Rivera
Richard L. Robbins
Richard V. Romer
Joseph G. Rowan
Michael R. Ryan
Robert V. Sabatelli
William A. Sabatini
Richard T. Salvatorelli
Richard G. Sartore
Michael J. Savage
Michael F. Sawyer
James P. Scanlon
Michael J. Scarpelli
Richard G. Scarpelli
Robert E. Schneider
William H. Schroeder
Robert L. Scully
Michael J. Seckendorf
Charles A. Serra
Richard T. Shannon
Timothy J. Shea
Peter J. Sheridan
William M. Skehan
Peter P. Skiko
Harold C. Slane
Edward J. Smith
Kenneth R. Smith
Thomas F. Smith
Helmut E. Soika
Anthony P. Spohr
Arthur J. Stanchina
Ross W. Strait
Joseph C. Strehle
John V. Strong
Louis G. Stubenvoll
Lawrence R. Sturniolo
Francis P. Sullivan
John K. Sullivan
Joseph G. Sullivan
William E. Sullivan
Francis X. Suozzi
Frank J. Sweeney
James G. Sweeney
John P. Sweeney
Michael J. Takacs
William O. Takacs
Vincent J. Taormina
Daniel L. Tevlin
James C. Tierney
Richard M. Timothy
James P. Toner
John P. Tramontano
Joseph J. Trautlein
Paul A. Travers
Arthur J. Tubertini
Francis J. Tubridy
John P. Tucciarone
Edward J. Tucker
Michael J. Tully
Timothy F. Twomey
Richard D. Uhrlass
Robert M. Van de Kieft
John M. Viertl
Thomas E. Villamana
Paul J. Visconte
Kevin W. Voltz
Robert T. Wade
Joseph D. Walsh
Walter J. Weinert
Eugene P. Weisman
James P. Weisman
Theodore D. Werdann
James J. White
Michael E. Wilhelm
John J. Wilson
Michael A. Wolfe
Thomas E. Woods
Robert A. Wurtz
James L. Yepes
Harold V. Zehner
Victor A. Zeoli
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Acampora
Vincent L. Adami 8: Family
Mr. 8: Mrs. Yeremia Afionian
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
J. T. Amrhein
Mr. 8: Mrs. Geo. E. Armbruster
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter L. Babilot
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Stephen M. Beleck
Mr. 8: Mrs. Renato Bellantese
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Daniel J. Berberich
Mr. 8: Mrs. John J. Bernauer
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs. William Bolster
Mr. Leonard W. Booker
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas R. Bowes
Mr. 8: Mrs. Eugene Brady
Mr. 8: Mrs. Peter Brady
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. Breitling
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas A. Brennan
Mr. 8: Mrs. William R. Brick
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frederick G. Brunner
Dr. 8: Mrs. Peter Buffa
Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis J. Burke
Mr. 8: Mrs. Alexander C. Burlinson
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas G. Burns
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Busa
Mr. 8: Mrs. Jose R. Cerame
Mrs. Peter Certo
Mr. 8: Mrs. Luke M. Charde
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. E. Coffey
Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony T. Colangelo
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael J. Collins
Mr. 8: Mrs. William T. Collins
Mr. 8: Mrs. William V. Collins
Dr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
William J. Colonnell
Thomas J. Comack
Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard Comaskey
The Comeau Family
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vincent F. Conlan
Dr. 8: Mrs.
Harold X. Connolly
Mr. 8: Mrs. John E. Connors
Mr. James Conway
Mr. James V. Corcoran
Mr. 8: Mrs. James S. Cosgrove
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ezio Costanzo
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward J. Costello
Mr. 8: Mrs. Angelo E. Cristantello
Mr. 8: Mrs. John J. Cryan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Hugh F. Curley
Mr. 8: Mrs. William J. Curran
Mr. 8: Mrs. Mario J. Cusati
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Cutney
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. E. Daly
Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony D'Angelo
Mr. 8: Mrs. Henry DeLaurentis
Mr. 8: Mrs. D. Dello Monaco
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael T. Dennehy
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph E. Dertinger
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Paul J. Desimone
V. J. Butitta
Mr. 8: Mrs. John A. Byrne
Mr. 8: Mrs. Alfred Calcagni
Mr. 8: Mrs. John C. Calhoun
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thos. F. Callahan
The Campbell Family
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph J. Canavan
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Edwin C. Canning
Mr. 8: Mrs. Capozzo 8: Family
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Carroll
Mr. 8: Mrs. John F. Casey, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. John F. Casper
Mr. 8: Mrs. T. J. Dinan
Mr. 8: Mrs. John M. Donnelly
The Dorligo Family
Mr. 8: Mrs. Willard Doughty
Mr. 8: Mrs. David George Douglas
Dr. 8: Mrs. Edward T. Dowling
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. Leslie Duffy
Mr. John W. Duffy
Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert Duryea
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Farina
Mr. Raymond D. Farrell
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Fays
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas A. Feeley
Mr. 8: Mrs. Americo Filippone
Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony J. Fiorella, Sr
The Fischer Family
The Fitzgibbon Family
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Dr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
T. A. Flanagan
Otto H. Frank
Thomas P. Gaines
Eugene J. Gallagher
James J. Gannon
John A. Garrity
Mr. 8: Mrs. Eugene Gaudio, Sr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Raymond F. Gehan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Lester C. Gelinas
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph G. Gibbons
Mr. 8: Mrs. Morgan Gibbons
Mr. 8: Mrs. William Giorgio
Mr. 8: Mrs. Matthew W. Glennon
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael O. Glynn
Mr. 8: Mrs. D. J. Gorman
Mr. Edward Gorman
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. A. Graf
Mr. 8: Mrs. Victor Gray
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Paul Greene
Mr. 8: Mrs. Chester Grzanka
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Guarnieri
Dr. 8: Mrs. F. P. Guidotti
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harry E. Hair
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward J. Halligan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Patrick J. Halloran
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin Hanke
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Cosmo F. Hardy
Michael J. Hayes
Louis A. Healey
E. T. Heegan
Mr. 8: Mrs. John R. Hefele
Mr. 8: Mrs. Otto P. Held
Mr. 8: Mrs. Irving Hertzman
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Patrick Higgins
Mr. 8: Mrs. N. C. Hoag
Mr. 8: Mrs. John J. Hoey
Mr. 8: Mrs. John L. Hoffman
Mr. Edward Hughes
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward J. Hughes
Mr. 8: Mrs. James Hughes
Mr. 8: Mrs. Gerard Pinto
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Mr. 8: Mrs. Phil lngrassia
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas F. Jennings
Mr. 8: Mrs. George Joiner
Mr. 8: Mrs. James J. Jordan 8: Son
Mr. 8: Mrs. John T. Keane, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael J. Keane
Mr. 8: Mrs. Stephen Keane
Mr. 8: Mrs. James J. Kearney
Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony J. Keller
Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles A. Kelly
Mr. 8: Mrs. James A. Kelly
Mr. 8: Mrs. George Kloepfer
Mr. 8: Mrs. William W. Krantz
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harold A. Kroepke
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. Lackey
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. R. Ladau
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. G. Lambert
Mrs. Phyllis La Monica
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph F. La Mura
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Lane
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. D. Landry
Mr. John J. Larkin
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. Laubis
Mr. 8: Mrs. Peter A. Leonard
Mrs. Philip M. Lindemann
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Li Volsi
Mr. 8: Mrs. Jose Lopez
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Ludwig
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. J. Lutz
Mrs. Alice Lynch
Miss Julia Lynch
Mr. 8: Mrs. Austin Lyons
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas C. Maginnis
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Francis A. McAnaney
James J. McCoy
Mr. 8: Mrs. James P. McElligott
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph W. McGovern
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm .F. McGovern
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter J. McGrath
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank McGuiness
Mr. 8: Mrs. Stephen J. McHugh
Mr. 8: Mrs. James McIntyre
Mr. Raymond T. McKee
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ed. B. McLaughlin
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter J. McQuade
Mr. Morgan McSweeney
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward F. Meany, Jr.
Mr. R. Meehan
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. J. Mellett
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph P. Mitchell
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Moriarty
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter J. Morris
Mr. 8: Mrs. William J. Morton
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. Mulholland
Mr. 8: Mrs. B. J. Muller-Thym
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Murray
Mr. Thomas J. Murray
Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Murtha
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter P. Negvesky, Sr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Gtto Nenninger
Mr. 8: Mrs. John O'Brien
Mrs. Edward C. O'Brien
Mr. 8: Mrs
Mr. 8: Mrs
Mr. 8: Mrs
. Lawrence J. O'Brien
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
. Buddy Ontra
. Donald A. O'Sullivan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony J. Oswald
Mr. 8: Mrs
Mr. 8: Mrs
Mr. 8: Mrs
Mr. 8: Mrs.
. Louis Palmieri
Mr. 8: Mrs.
. George F. Pavarini
Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis Perdisatt
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Fred A. Pero
Augustine V. Perrotta
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. J. Perry, Sr.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Dominic Pisani
Mr. 8: Mrs
Mr. 8: Mrs
. G. R. Pratt
Mr. Patrick Pregiato
Mr, 8: Mrs. David Purpi
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Putlock
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frederick Radl
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph F. Realini
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vincent L. Reardon
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harry A. Reese
Mr. 8: Mrs. Maurice V. Reidy
Mr. 8: Mrs. John M. Reilly
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Reilly
Mr. 8: Mrs. Aloys Renz
Mr. 8: Mrs. Roger F. Rinn
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
John J. Rivera
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. Rosa
Mr. 8: Mrs. Pat Rosetti
Dr. William A. Sabatini
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vincent Savarese
Mr. 8: Mrs. Alphonse Scarpelli
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael Scarpelli
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Schmarje
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Schweitzer
Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles F. Sheeran
The Sior Family
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Skiko
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harold C. Slane
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph E. Smith
Mrs. Orville F. Smith
Dr. 8: Mrs. Walter J. Smith
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. T. Smith
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. Snyder
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Stadelrnann
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vincent Sturniolo
Mr. 8: Mrs. F. Sullivan
Mr. 8: Mis. Patrick Sullivan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael Takacs
Mr. 8: Mrs. Otto Takacs
Mr. 8: Mrs. Philip C. Tamberino
Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert Tangredi
Mr. 8: Mrs. S. Taormina
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Tesar
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph E. Tierney
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael J. Tighe
Mr. 8: Mrs. Hubert J. Timothy
Mr. 8: Mrs. Sal Timpone
Mr. John P. Tramontano, Sr.
Mr. E. C. Trautlein 8: Family
Mr. 8: Mrs. Henry J. Travers '
Mt. 8: Mrs. Gerard B. Trimarco
Mr. 8: Mrs. Tucker
Mr. John Twohig
Mr. Lawrence M. Uhrlass
Mr. 8: Mrs. Perry G. Veras
Mrs. Cecilia R. Villamana
Mr. 8: Mrs. George J. Wade
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. J. Waters
Mr. 8: Mrs. John S. Weisman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. J. Whamond
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Williams
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Wilson
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vincent Witkus 8:
M. Vincent Mikolainis
Mr. 8: Mrs. Gene N. Zanchelli, Sr
Mr. 8: Mrs. Victor Zeoli
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SE IUH IIIHEETUHY
Adami, Guy M., 2431 Webster Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Alionian, John J., 2569 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Aidala, Louis R., 2860 Buhre Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y,
Aresi, George L., 343 East 55 St., New York 22, N. Y.
Arrieri, Eugene A., 1131 East 211 St., Bronx 69, N. Y.
Bandura, James J., 276 Harrison St., Haworth, N. J.
Baratta, Joseph P., 1957 Gleason Ave., Bronx 72, N. Y.
Batch, John J., 2769 University Ave., Bronx 68, N. Y.
Bauer, Karl A., 3273 Parkside Place, Bronx 67, N. Y.
Beleck, Edward M., 341 East 80 St., New York 21, N. Y.
Bellantese, Frank A., 1946 Lurting Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y.
Bertrand, John A., 440 West Englewood Ave., Teaneck, N. J.
Bolmann, Andrew R., 261 East Burnside'Ave., Bronx 57, N. Y.
Bowes, Thomas J., 1240 Pawnee Place, Bronx 61, N. Y.
Brennan, Thomas A., 12 Summit St., Tuckahoe 7, N. Y.
Brown, Joseph P., 1150 Fifth Ave., New York 28, N. Y.
Buckley, Patrick J., 45-04 111 St., Corona 68, N. Y.
Burlinson, Robert F ., 41 Woods Hole Drive, Scarsdale, N. Y.
Cagan, Richard S., 1940 East Tremont Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y.
Calhoun, John C., 3524 Hull Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Callagy, Robert M., 65 East 96 St., New York 28, N. Y.
Campanella, Carmine J., 301 East 108 St., New York 29, N. Y.
Canning, Brian H., 7 Howard Park Drive, Tentlly, N. J.
Carr, William A., 1426 Beach Ave., Bronx 60, N. Y.
Coffey, Andrew T., 201 East Mosholu Parkway, Bronx 67, N. Y
Collins, William J., 35-07 90 St., Jackson Heights 72, N. Y.
Colonnell, Robert V., 38-13 Bowne St., Flushing 54, N. Y.
Comack, Thomas J., 3242 Decatur Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Comaskey, Bernard J., 1574 Beach Ave., Bronx 60, N. Y.
Conlan, Vincent J., 221 East 201 St., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Corcoran, James F., 1576 Gerome Ave., Fort Lee, N. J.
Cristantello, Elliot A., 2460 Fenton Ave., Bronx 69, N. Y.
Cusati, Richard D., 1749 Fillmore St., Bronx 60, N. Y.
Cutrone, Carl O., 108-19 43 Ave., Corona 68, Queens
Dello Monaco, David V., 135 West 238 St., Bronx 63, N. Y.
Dennehy, Michael T., 3024 Kingsbridge Ave., Bronx 63, N. Y.
Desimone, Paul P., 1624 Parkview Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y.
De Stefano, James P., 3280 Spencer Drive, New York 65, N. Y
Dinan, Thomas F., 3105 Decatur Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Dolan, Thomas A., 63 King Ave., Yonkers 5, N. Y.
Dorligo, Michael G., 166-23 88 Ave., Jamaica, Queens, N. Y.
Doughty, Willard E., 1504 Metropolitan Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y.
Douglas, Terrence R., 2600 University Ave., Bronx 68, N. Y.
Dowling, Edward T., 1718 Lurting Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y.
Duryea, Albert J., 90 West Horton St., Bronx 64, N. Y.
Farrell, Robert T., 1023 East 232 St., Bronx 66, N. Y.
Fiorella, Anthony J., 520 East 90 St., New York 28, N. Y.
Fitzgibbon, Richard M., 2431 Webster Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Fitzpatrick, James K., 3120 Buhre Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y.
Flanagan, Thomas A., 32-07 148 St., Flushing 54, N. Y.
Franck, Walter A., 3 Church Lane, Scarsdale, N. Y.
Frank, Paul M., 2922 Grand Concourse, Bronx 58, N. Y.
Gaines, Thomas R., 4720 Delafield Ave., New York 71, N. Y.
Galvin, William F., 1510 Unionport Road, Bronx 62, N. Y.
Gannon, Frank M., 2585 Grand Concourse, Bronx 68, N. Y.
Garrity, William A., 3080 Hull Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
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Gaudio, Eugene S., 3232 Hull Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Giorgio, Michael W., 3050 Grand Concourse, Bronx 58, N. Y.
Gradt, Frank H., 4 Laurel Drive, Packanack Lake, N. J.
Guidotti, Don H., 340 East 57 St., New York 22, N. Y.
Hayes, Michael J., 370 Garden Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y.
Healey, Henry R., 43 Clifford Ave., Pelham, N. Y.
Hefele, John R., 83 Dunwoodie St., Yonkers 4, N. Y.
Held, Paul F., 1367 Merry Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y.
Hertzman, Harvey G., 812 Surburban Place, Bronx 60, N. Y.
Higgins, David S., 535 West 113 St., New York 25, N. Y.
Hughes, David E., 83-12 35 Ave., Jackson Heights 72, N. Y.
Hughes, Edward J., 19 Browndale Place, Port Chester, N. Y.
Hughes, James J., 3120 Buhre Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y.
Keane, Gerard M., 560 West 175 St., New York 33, N. Y.
Keane, John T., 2516 Hollers Ave., Bronx 69, N. Y.
Keane, Stephen F., 2835 Heath Ave., Bronx 63, N. Y.
Kearney, James F., 3234 Schley Ave., Bronx 65, N. Y.
Kelly, Lawrence J., 26 Summit Ave., Westwood, N. J.
Kenney, John C., 1466 Beach Ave., Bronx 60, N. Y.
Kiernan, Thomas J., 203 Warburton Ave., Yonkers 2, N. Y.
Kiffer, John F., 220-18 114 Road, Cambria Heights 11, N. Y.
Kinderman, Paul J., 239 Blackford Ave., Yonkers 4, N. Y.
Kirk, John P., 409 East 204 St., New York 67, N. Y.
Kraig, Robert E., 1564 Unionport Road, Bronx 62, N. Y.
Krantz, William W., 2163 Quimby Ave., Bronx 72, N. Y.
Lackey, Milton E., 3280 Reservoir Oval, Bronx 67, N. Y.
Lambert, Henry D., 9 Cedar Place, Bronxville, N. Y.
Lewis, James M., 1982 University Ave., Bronx 53, N. Y.
Ludwig, Raymond J., 3445 Holland Ave., New York 67, N. Y.
Maginnis, Thomas P., 167 East 82 St., New York 28, N. Y.
Mannarino, Mario A., 3287 Decatur Ave., New York 67, N. Y.
Mannix, Joseph R., 31-15 21 Ave., Astoria 5, Queens
Mare, Daniel T., 1975 Bathgare Ave., Bronx 57, N. Y.
McCarthy, Eugene J., 211 Lincoln Place, Tuckahoe, N. Y.
McCoy, Lawrence K., 334 Ruckman Road, Closter, N. J.
McElligott, James G., 333 East 241 St., Bronx 70, N. Y.
McGoldrick, Henry J., 1525 Amsterdam Ave., New York 31, N. Y.
McGovern, Kenneth W., 2 Washington Square, Larchmont, N. Y.
McGuiness, John F., 404 Bronxville Road, Yonkers, N. Y.
McHugh, Albert T., 1221 Thieriot Ave., Bronx 72, N. Y.
Mclntyre, Roger P., 2735 Marion Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
McQuade, Walter J., 320 East 197 St., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Meany, Edward F., 1055 Summit Ave., Bronx 52, N. Y.
Mellett, Edwin R., 188 Oakland Ave., Tuckahoe, N. Y.
Mikolainis, M. Vincent, 148 Princeton Drive, Hartsdale, N. Y.
Miller-Jones, Henry A., 1361 Madison Ave., New York 28, N.
Mitchell, Joseph P., 170 Jefferson Ave., Valhalla, N. Y.
Moriafity, Thomas D., 2537 Decatur Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Morris, Walter J., 3110 Arlington Ave., Riverdale 63, N. Y.
Mulholland, John R., 101 Sherman Ave., New York 34, N. Y.
Murray, John W., 506 Tinton Ave., New York 55, N. Y.
Murtha, Richard J., 3235 Hull Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Negvesky, Walter P., 130 West 183 St., New York 53, N. Y.
O'Brien, G. Frank, 103 East 86 St., New York 28, N. Y.
O'Brien, Thomas J., 2162 Houghton Ave., Bronx 72, N. Y.
O'Connell, James E., 333 East, 188 Sr., Bronx 58, N. Y.
SE IUH DIHEETUHY
O'Connor, James T., 260 Seaman Ave., New York 34, N. Y.
O'Connor, Michael W., 357 East 195 St., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Ogren, George P., 142 East 98 St., New York 29, N. Y.
Palmieri, Thomas J., 398 Oliver Place, Bronx 58, N. Y.
Pastore, Vincent J., 2495 Hughes Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Perrotta, Augustine L., 84 Algonquin Road, Yonkers, N. Y.
Phillips, Robert J., 2698 Briggs Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Pinto, Andrew P., 2066 Van Hoesen Ave., Bronx 61, N.
Pisani, Joseph R., 3202 Webster Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Posoli, Paul F., 1836 Matthews Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y.
Purpi, David C., 3087 Waterbury Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y.
Realini, Joseph F., 3105 Decatur Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Reese, Harry A., 18 Metropolitan Oval, Bronx 62, N. Y.
Reilly, James A., 3525 Hull Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Reilly, Kevin P., 1173 Nelson Ave., Bronx 52, N. Y.
Riviello, Donald C., 2446 Lyvere St., Bronx 61, N. Y.
Rosa, Salvatore N., 1129 Thieriot Ave., Bronx 72, N. Y.
Salzman, Roger J., 2701 Grand Concourse, Bronx 68, N. Y.
Savarese, Thomas L., 62 Thurton Place, Yonkers 4, N. Y.
Scheller, Thomas G., 30 Seaman Ave., New York 34, N. Y.
Schmarje, Walter J., 313 East 183 St., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Schweitzer, Joseph L., 2148 Hermany Ave., Bronx 72, N. Y.
Shea, Thomas P., 1832 Tenbroeck Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y.
Sheeran, John F., 305 Wadsworth Ave., New York 40, N. Y.
Sior, George P., 46 Wadsworth Terrace, New York 40, N. Y.
Smith, Peter N., 1793 Riverside Drive, New York 34, N. Y.
Snyder, Kenneth E., 2525 Laconia Ave., Bronx 69, N. Y.
Stadelmann, Henry J., 263 East 235 St., Bronx 70, N. Y.
Stephens, James R., 2280 Grand Ave., New York 68, N. Y.
Sullivan, Gerald M., 1120 Woodycrest Ave., Bronx 52, N. Y.
Sweeney, John J., 276 East 199 St., Bronx 58, N. Y.
Tamberino, Richard P., 104-29 49 Ave., Corona 68, Queens
Tangredi, Albert J., 3090 Decatur Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Tierney, Michael K., 481 Fletcher Place, Bronx 57, N. Y.
Tighe, Robert J., 35-29 156 St., Flushing 54, N. Y.
Timpone, Leonard J., 1137 East Tremont Ave., Bronx 60, N. Y.
Travers, Henry J., 2090 East Tremont Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y.
Trimarco, Thomas H., 3560 Olinville Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Veras, Laurence G., 2053 McGraw Ave., Bronx 62, N. Y.
Whamond, James D., 80 Wheeler Ave., Westwood, N. J.
Whelan, Thomas M., 364 East 209 St., Bronx 67, N. Y.
Williams, Paul D., 708 West 171 St., New York 32, N. Y.
Woods, John E., 23-05 Cambridge Road, Fairlawn, N. J.
Zanchelli, Teofilo M., 566 Cortlandt Ave., Bronx 51, N. Y.
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Jesuit training formed us into the Ignatian ideal - at once men of obedience and
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