Monsignor Bonner High School - Bon Aire Yearbook (Drexel Hill, PA)

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Jr' ,I : si a i U' K W V OR BONNFK PUSH SCHOOL . EEE Ell II!" UUE IQ.: Umm Umm fi Suns. ' . E I S f 3 ll, X va ui .sa Ili magnum: yi :lm E : ::!: Q -hz: U n T U U U U - ' Q-.- --- as mmm mm 55 E59 - 1 - - ,, Lf- - UA 1 D I ll C K. K 1 1 Y i I Z' ll if Q 1 I I B mu- S m - C fl gl fl ll .YI U Yl ll 1 .!."""' '!"'!?..": " """2 ll! 5' WE INVITE YOU TC OUR EXHIBIT AT THE EBI? BRUSSELS WORLD'S FAIR fl "' -, wagwwl-M W III L I3 I i I 1'4I11f"7:gI5fIfw f fi I , , ,V ,V I , I , AI I SI?IuI??q"w . , ' E ' . EM' I UU T' ,X I wf Lb, - 959 .fl 3,3 K+'--A gi L4 - s 1' K wg 5 1 9 sv' PIIVIIIIIN IIF EIIUCIITIIIN ,1 MONSIGNOR BONNER HIGH SCHOOL ' x I I DREXEL HILL PENNSYLVANIA UNITED NATIONS E, "" .. I9,i12.,.7f h S +,jw71a , -L - ,, - ' Q, :ren s1A1 r ' Q55 I " ,V , I ,Tl Ql1l '4I",AQIII FRANCE ff 'J R0f'd"'l'A I 1 I u un urHI'I"'II 'LTILUHIT fi I, ssunux .I I I I I IIIIII Ii WE EXHIBIT THE MOLDING OF RAW MATERIALS TO JM,-fi'-,,,,.. 912' Q2 if JI J J Iwi' 'JI I f N..-an "-xfv ...ix , . .HA E PRODUCE GRADUATING CHRISTIAN GENTLEMEN CAPABLE OF... TAKING THEIR PL ,,,,-ha A ,Wllll -....,..,,x . gas-f - W tw ACE T3-4-5 .- f.. ,J If fu . II ' f 7 , ' I1 R f s A I ff! -,. A ' ..' Q f A,-,J ff IN THE FORENOON or THE ATOMIC AGE. In a setting of suhurhan serenity, the Brussels Xvorldis Fair is hrought to Drexel Hill. The wide and spacious campus showcases the familiar huildings whieh house our exhihit. The I.-shaped structure stands high on a hill Com- manding a magnificent view of the area which it services. Withill the School there is sharp contrast to the outside quiet with a huhhuh of never-ending activity. Being students at Bonner, we are an integral part of this hustling world. All too soon this stay is ended, and we enter a new and far more demanding world. Tlxroughtthe learning and experience gained here, the raw material of a freshmen class has heen converted into the finished creation of a Bonner graduating class. As such, we take our place in this world, thoroughly prepared and excellently trained. i ,W ,, J' , w v?w"RSKwXR"' ' wF"'- -M-I K ,milf , tl' , ,,...-:Jr M,- X. xx ,wining FACULTY UNDERCLASSES SPORTS ACTIVITIES 98 GRADUATES T30 FOREWORD 1111 1111 1 1111 ll 11110 111 CPC' CROIX 1101111011 WI011-1 11111 Ifllllllll 111 11511111111 11111111 111 13111111111 ll 11 1- 111111 5 1101111 111 11 XVII III Ill 1x11 Il 1111 1111111111 NP 11, 110111 II 11 1 11 111011111111 111111 1111111111 Ill B4lllIlCl Q1111I1 IIIN 1' Q1111I11s 11111 II fl 1 1111 0111 ll N 0 111 1111 1111111 11111 I1111I11- 11111 111' 111111111 111 11 1I111' 011r pc1wo111I1110s 11111111 1111 SIIIPPIYINIOII 111 1111 11 11111 ll plc 1111- IIS 101 1 N0llIll 111111111 1111, lll 1110 1111111111 QI1111' 1110 c fl we 0 N N 11 Illlllltl 111011111 '1 1 ll 111 1-f1'11111 1011 111 1111 1 111 Sll 1 ll Ill II AIIIIIIIII, 111111 11111 110 1s111c 1111 IIIIL 1111 111111101115 130111111 has 1111011 1110111 N-1 X Q, 4, 1, ,. H mg? - X Lv. 1 ,nail v RW' vi! 1 1 1 .NN .xx 1 '1 Wil! S H I wx W un' 14. W' "1 xl mg 'S 3 ,fc .NNN fm S. i 3 ---ii QV im? :mi mn mn ai Q5 I 5 ? X 'G ADMINISTRATICDN AND FACULTY , ,af .X ,px lf. , I, A I 5 . IK ' ' ' t lib!! """t X i , I A i ,gz uh :-L ty gaps V, , ,ff QAJ, stag.. ,.i....-v It is almost axiomatic that students are only as good as their teachers. Un this premise is hased the hclicf that the Bonner student is of the highest calihrc, for Bonner hoasts one of the most competent faculties in thc area- ---11 Augnstiniun Fathers, 21 priests of the Philadelphia Archdiocese, and 18 lilylllCll. Under the tutelage of these self-sacrificing leaders, the student llody is molded to become the leaders of tomorrow's Atomic Age. An immeasurable deht is owed these men, not only for their -academic guidance, hut also for the hand of friendship which they extend to every individual. By thc lowly name of teacher go thcsc dedicated men. 4 ,.,.-0 Y 4-0 ah? ummm I I 5IIXFNN Iunluul xlllllllllllllflllll n N1 lmu x um xn Inns tum HT Rl-umxn 'Nlossu vm Mm um 'll Ruin ,H Il lxsnmnl Nllflfllllfillflllll 0 Nrlmuls Slllllfllllfllflllll 0 Stlumls 0 Ill ll HIFI' U1 llll 1 u 1 has Nlllllll lm ml ilu, I l11l.ul1 ll Ill willoo iw -tcm A- ilu fmal point lll ilu' p lWlll0ll of tllllfdllllll -M-1-tml ln tho -ulu 1 mtcnmlc nt .xml lux 1 up alnlc Glall' Huw Emuu IIC? lldq vqudtml ns uh al with ll ahh, llaunv lnult I rll un of nvw emllools Qmu lux lllildlllllilll .1 Altlllilillllll .llfl0llHl"ll01 Bouuu II1 ll School 1s 1 pxouml lmk lll th at Llmm EXHIBIT CO ORDINATORS , ' 1 Rr: .1 1' funamznnzlx .. prow X l Eff. ' Rr: 1 5' , 9 J. I KM RN, 1 1 If , Q. I .I . . 2 .. . .I. .. l,l,.Il. Xxvllll untiring zvul for ilu' progrcss of Christian Clllli'2lll0Il. llis EllllllPllPC, .l l "1 Ca 'l' al llllz 'z. 5 'gg ' ' ' " 'l l 'a Q' l ' ' b- X., ul I ' A '. . 1 bl . . . . 's " . V fr, ' " 'g ' 'Ja ' "' z . I - x" y"',-v S.. x ZA, x IN TIIIS FLASHBACK photo taken August 6, 1955, Iwo great oflllvaiors stand side Ily sidv. I'I2lIIll'l' CIW-elllvo In-ro vonfvrs Rho honorary dcgrvc of D04-lor of Laws on Cardinal Hhvn IAITIIIIISIIOIII John I". O'IIara of Phila- delphia, head of our Arclulioccbc. IVATIIER CREENLICE is pi:-lured In-rn at the dc-1Ii1-ation of Sheolmn llall, a new clormilory at Villanova lIllIVl'I'hIIy, foremoat 4-olla-gc of the Auguflinian Orde-r. 0fIiriuling at thc l'l'l'l'IIl0llIl'S hold Svplonllwr 16, I957. was IIIO Most Row-rvml l'4-ter Cani- sius Van I.ie-rd:-, Vicar General of Vatican City and Papal Sarrislan. In provossion are Ivh to right: I"athcr Urvollln-0. Iiifhop Van III1'l'lIl'., Ifatln-r JRIIIIPS A. Donnollon, and I'I1IIIll'I' Louis IIongionv. Ifalllvr Crm-vnlvo has nolvcl lhc growth of lho Univcrfily in adapt- ing lo thc demands of the Sparc Age. A 1 ,Q 1. ,QW V ,H,.5,t? 'zap ,X K' ' e 'M-,S 'L Q 'vu f in 5 .5 ' 'L CA"'.:'A :WAP X was 5, A M -W "QQ ,Q-A of , A, kia Y lily-Q H, THE VERY REV. HENRY E. GREENLEE, O.S.A. Prior Provincial of the Province of St Thomas of Villanova 'YE . The Augustinian Fathers who lahor at Monsignor Bonner Iligh School to infuse knowlemlge into reluetant heads are more than teaehers, they are the memhers of a spiritual family. just as they guide us, so are they guiciefl. hy their fluly-ehosen superiors. Sinec the Augustinians on the faeulty reside in this, the province of St. Thomas of Villanova, they are suhjeet to the Very Rev. llenry E. Greenlee, 0.S.A., Prior l'rovineial. llis jurisulietion extcncls from Maine to Florida, part of Cuha, and even aeross the sea to an Augus- tinian mission in Japan. From his ofliee at the Villanova Nlotherhouse are issued the directives that will affeet more than four humlretl Augus- tinians. For this man the title of Father has even greater significance, and he is an inspiration to his sons. i 4 5.1 s+.m.19Jf? -ff 35:6 N' x 931 Q' ff"'T QQ , -fsfyf. . 1 L19 1 3, gf XM fifawpgh I. I M.. Z wfy, 5-J: + ' 2' V - f '4 135.5-ij: Nj -Riff 1 " 2 ,K 2 S 5 I : . 4 x 4 n ., X J N N 11 W ,...,5 q 'h an 4 an- vm- , 'QA -4 L 'WNY i "-9-W1 M- ,E Nix.. i-ij-4..,miifm S S J O V ff3'4 G' IHII' l0Il XBOR KTOR 'llll ll lplllll f x 1 Q lltll P 41 0 XS I ll l IIIX fl 6 Ill l l I l 1 l 4 00 1 1 ilu num: nn nl on 1 xsurx 1 nn hu-. xsulktl 4 on on 1 or ulnnruln OUR ABLE ASSISTANTS . , Y 1 25 Y 1 Y 1 P A 3 : X IGXII ' I . ,f .1 ' - 1- z 4' n our exlxilnit rlIll'l'Yih0l'. th- pri -'lul, if th Hs- '. Clxurle-5 R. Flynn, 0.S..-L, who Gllf lln- umm f Yi4't"PI'illl'ill1ll ilh vol num :lt - fkill. To mn j flu I-ms, lu- if nu-re-ly lh- pu--vp-nr nf Lhm- ur' -- whi -In nl vns :nl -I nw Q-an-In be-ll l lay will - zum " ' 5 'r lhv I'.X. 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'I If - - Inf I ff' ' . a 1 l1,ZllSIlII1lll.h ' - 4- prnyvr- In- my logvlllvr xsilh Ili, In'olIn-rs in rvligion. our .Nllgll-Iillialn Iawulty 3Il4'lllII1'l'S unite- ill rvviling III4- ro-zlry ll nl l'4'l'1'IXIIlf1, lln- H1'll1'llI1'IIUll of IIN: Must Iiluncd Sill'l'1llll1' . SO THE ADMINISTRATION I I J r l - .. I pr-"' ii' R4-v John I". Ifufvy. USUN. Ra-Ilgmn 2, NIMIQ-rallor of Ilanul, IS..-K. I illunmn lIllINlfI'rIIy. Raw. XXVIIIILIIII I". Ifu-vy Rvligion I. Latin I. ILT. SI. I:Il1lI'I1'- SUIIIIIILIFY. .NL Fnglifh 2. MIIIQ-lic Iliwc-lm'. I,iIurzn'- 4 A IYUIYIIQ, NIHX. I"1IImIi1' I'llin'l'fiIy. 51.5, XIIIAIIIIHII lflIHl'l'rlly. Mr, Rolwrl I,. II0IIi1'r Typing I-2, ,-'hai-lun! Mmlvmlor uf SXNIIIIIIITIIIL vrkillll, IIS. SI. J0r1'llIl.s Collvgv. If Ii I" U li I. If II TO II R IC A K TII E SOUND II.-KICRIICIC A flI'1lllll of Ian'- ully lIl1'llIIIl'I'h Ii-la-n an I".llIn-r Simon l'1'l'lllIlIIh Mlllli' annie-N of Ili, HIIIIIPIIIP-. .-Uh-r ,pa-naling an lH'2l4't'I.llI, qnivl Innvh pi-riml lln- u-ucln-rf ri-turn lo thc noiru and Ulilllllll' of lllc l'i1I'ClCl'ill. IN ITS GUIDING WISDOM. Mr. Tlmnnn J. Conway English I-2, B.A. St. Jowplfh Collogv. R1-v. TIl0lllilh R. J. Cook, 0.5--L Religion 2. IVIOKICYRIIOI' of Art and Pohl:-r Club, Assistant Dir:-clor of SIIIIIPIII Pl'l'b0lllll'l, IIA, YIIIIIHUXXI Univcrfily. COURSE I'I,UT'l'I'IIiS Tin' pIunnin of our -vllool 1'llI'I'i1'llIIllll ronn-f une I- 'ulval from lvfl In fillll url' I'r. .I. Ilnghvf. Mr. IN. IMIHI. Ilr. l. IIUIIIIIQIQ. I"r. II. 'l'e'II1-r. unel Ifr. .I Molton. Slflllllillg urv: I"r. NN. NI.: Ioni-5. lfr. T. Slltkl. and Mr. .I. Iiopvik Rvv. WYQIIII-r J. Daly Boolxlu-4-ping. Typing. Aniston! Chair- man of Connnurriul Dvpurlnn-nl, B..-X. Sl. Chzirlcm slflllillilfy. llu- zilrlv 4IIl't'4'IIllll of III:-rv ilu-pzn'lnn'lll l0l' Simon if lllirrillg from photo Rvv. Eugvm' A, Url Cnntv, OS.,-K. Mvvllullival llrnwing l-2, l'lzmc Genin- 4-try. Assistant Mnflvraltor of llrunm Cluln, ll.A. xlllllll10V1l llnivcrsily, MA. Yillanova University. Mr. ROI1illll F. Dia-k English 3, Assistant M0ill'l'tll0l' of Bowling Tvaun, ILS. St. ,lose-plfs Collt-ge. llvv. Flclwnrfl llixcy. 0.S.A. Religion l-2, Assistant Athletic Direc- tor, Assistant Moclvraitor of Stuflvnt Conn:-il, Mode-rator of l'll'6'!4lllllilll Foot- lmll, M.A. Yillunovu University. R4-v. l'lllWLll'll C. Dull:-rty, 0.S.A. llistory I-2, llirvrtnr :mel Mnflvrator of llonnvr Singvrs, ll.A. Villanova Unixcrsily. RM. lllmrl4's J. llonllmy vligion L lVl01le'r:ltor of llmsling .ll'ilIll, Cllillflllilll of llvliginn llvpurt- mont, ILA. St. Clmrlvs Sl'llllllilI'j'. v lf' Rev. Fruilvis X. llrvge-1' J XS, Xb' Ulf' Wi ll:-v. llanicl ,l. llully, 0.5,-K. Rvligiun 2. llrolnle-ms of l,Clll01'l.llV, Plllflllhll l-2. Assistant! l,ilrrauri:m. ll K Moqlvratm' nf Golf Tl'AIlll, ll..N. Charles Scminury. St. x'lll1IIION2 Univvrsily. 1 lllllNl'l'hllN, Nl..'K. xlllillllhl L 'to mp xi. . SEEKS TO MOLD Rev. llc-rnartl J. llnnlt-avy, 0.S.A. Eronotnirs, G4-ttet'al Srielwe. Assistant Nlotlerator of Cross Country and Trai-lt, M.A. Villanova University. Rvv. Hurry J. Erdlt-n, 0.S.A. lliatory l-2, Typing 1. Moderator of llc-hating Clulr, BA. Villanova Uni- versity, M.A. Catholic University. OUR INTERESTS AND TALENTS. Rev. James P. Elliott. 0.S.A. Religion 3, Economies, lliret-tor of Lockers. Moderator of Student Coun- ril, Assistant Moderator of Drama Club, B.A. Villanova University. Rev. Charles R. Flynn, O.S.A. Yin-e-Principal, l'refec't of Studies, B.A. Villanova University. Rev. Louis A. Fltz. .l.l..ll. Religion l-2, Assistant Chairman of Religion Department, ll.A. St. Charles Seminary, ,l.C.D. Catltoliv University. Mr. Thomas J. Foley English l, Assiftant I.ibrarian, BS. St. .lost-ph'5 College. Rm. 'Yurinnn lf. Gullmsaly, 0.9.5. Cllillllilill, lla-liginn l-2. lVlmla-railor of Alumni .'x5S01'iilll0lI, ll.A. Xvilllllllhll lllllYl'l'sily, M.A. llullmliv Unixcrsily. X., 1. 1 llvv. Jnfvpli l7. hill, Oh..-K. lla-ligion 1, Mmla-rulor of S4-nior Clash, UA. Yillunovu Uniwrbily. R1-v. Rnln-rt T. Gill. 0.S.A. lingliali 1, Ahrlhllllll Allllvliv Direc- tor. M..-K. xlll1llIONlI University. Mr. ,ltlsvllll T. Crillin 1 lfnglihll ll. .A5hlsl1llll lVIOCl1'I'1Il0l' of l,1'lHIlillg, ll.,-K. l,u Salle llollvgv. YYAl'l' 'l'll.l. NEXT Yli.-NR Six llll'llllPl'l'h ul lllc favlllly lmflu-llmll lo-:un re-lux in llw fawnlly ruom nflrr living iPl'ilI1'll ln' llu' V2Il'hilV. flu- gmul l1lillill'l'S svvni lo limi- llllxvll lll1'il' lows in slriale' anal lllvy :rc ull lll0I'0lIll,llly roliu-nli'uling on one llllllg --rcluxallion. YYll0'5 IN Tllli NEWS? .Nile-r il long :lay llirvn- faivully mvm- lwra r1'l.lx in lln' 1'0llllll0Il room of lll4' f.u'ully ll0Ilrl'. 1'Ill'IllIl" .. ,., up on lln' in-xv am- from 'Pill lu riglll: l'lllll!'I' Uilloml, l'3Illl1'l' lilliull, aunl an pn-on-1-llpivml ri-anlvr. in --.h .- wJ s Rev. John R. llavcncr, 0.S.A. Rev. James .l. Howard Rev. James A. Hughes Physics, Physical Science, Assistant Latin 2, B.A. St. Charles Seminary. German I-2, Religion 3, Assi tan Chairman of Science Department, Moderator of Rifle Cluh, Chairman ll.A. Yillanova University, of Modern Language Department Catholic University, B.A. St. Charles Seminary. Mr. Arthur L. .lacohs lliftory l, Assistant Director of Stu dent Store, B.A. Muhlenberg College. Mr. Francis W. ,lost Algehra 1, M.L.A. Cluj, Rounlania. KEEPER Ol" THE KEYS' Father Martinez performs his favorite function, 'sopening lockers for forgetful students." The stack of hooks which Father holds in hia hand indicates that some student has attemptetl to outwit Filllltfl' hy going to hi, locker after the bell. That never pays, my friend! 'Qu' "Q""'r Q9 ss!--" 29 S Y'- s.-, ..- - 'll -. . . MV- II"""Il" Ii- IV'I'l"'N Rm. Tlmnnal- If. Kvnny. OSX. 'PHI' l-1flI'11f'lm'- IN--i-mm lliw-1-wr of x imma I'n-I-Il-vu ..f Ili .' Ilan. Is I Intramurals. IIA. Yillaumxan l'ni- Xillaumyuq INIUL Xillmmyn, vvl'sih. TO PRODUCE CHRISTIAN LEADERS . NIV. .Iuhn I". Kupe-ik Ilixlury I. 1IIl.IIl'lll.lll of Fovinl 5lu1Ii4'- IM-pnrllnvnl. Ns-i-lun! INIIIQIPIYIIOI' oI IIPIILIIIIIQL. lib. bl. .lowplxf l.uIII-gv. Iivx. lilmrlv- I'. I,uI'vrly. 0.51. lIIl1'lllI'Il'N. I'In-if-.nl 51'I1'lIl'l' I. 1:0-HIV xlinanlor nf Flunla-nl M-Iixilivs. Mumlvr- autor nf IIl".lIll1l l1IuIv. Nlml--ra 51'll'lI1't' l.IuI1. II.X. Xnllnmmn lIIllXQ'l" rlly. NIJ. Lullmlw lIlIN!'I'NlIj. II:-x. Ria-Inll'4I 'I'. I..l IIAIIAI IIiNIol'y QI, Ivlll1Il'l'llIlll' uf ,Il , limxling ILL Sl. Kllmrlv- 5l'lllIll1ll'f. III-x. IIl'l'IIIIl'II .I. I.:nuumI. U.F..K. II:-Iigiun 5. xx-I-Illllt I,l'1'I-l'l'l nf Flu- IIII'-. NImIz'l'.lInl' of I".lIIln'l's 1llI'I SIHIN RN-04'I.lII0ll. ILX. X III1lllUN.l llll' N 1-r-ily. Q., 'IIr. I'IllN.ll'II J. K1-nt II.nuI Illrw-I-Img ullxil' IllNII'lI1'ltll'. IIS. l,l'llllNYIXIllliil Slash' I'lliu'lwiIx, 51.5. vnnq Ixnniu Flash- Ivniu-xwily. J. 'mf wr" in-rv' Ri Iv 11' X 9- TN'- QU!" 5 4 n--rn.. VM' 'Fha .unngx Rm. Wilfrvd I". 'Vlznlnm-y NM. Paul l'. xI1ll0Il4', l'l.mv 1:1'0lll4'll'j, 3l01lI'I'1IlllI' of I':llIll" ., .-,. , .-., ....... lngh ll S llllltll l li X 51 llmrlwi slrmn Lluln, BA. bl. t.llill'It'H Svlninnrx. St'lllill1ll'j'. RM. ,IUNPIDII I". '.lIX1'l'lf. 0.F.K, RUPIHLID. 1:0-N10lll'l'lllUl' of Biology itll lla, li.:X. xiH.lll0Xil l'uiu'rwiIy. HM. Mlriun NY. xI.lll1'I'. 0.S.K. Txlring I. llinory I. 'M-ifl4u1l llirvv- lor ol' Finale-nl Flora-. l5.K. XHILIIIONI liniscrwily. limp ,luwpll N. TVIRIIIPY. 0.S.,X. 'XNNI-lillll lI'Q'f4'4'l of lh-l'IlDIlIll', HX, N illzmmn llniu-rxily, MUN. Cllllltllil' U1 IiNL'l'bilQ'. Hvv. 'rlllllllilh WI. xlkllllblllj, 0.5.1 gm-lux: l. Fpnniwll I. 15.5. XHIAIIIIHAI l'lllYt'I'rIIX. Ha-v. .llllllfi lf. xl.ll'liIlQ'Z. 0.5. Biology, 'M-i-lunl l,iI44'4'l0I' of l.m'lwr-, lil. Yillalllmnl l!lliXQ'I HN Mr. ,IRIIIIPN J. 3Il'Ixl'illt' lnglihh II, Iii. Lu Saullv Coll:-ggv. Hvv. .-l0rl'llll C. WIrlfluplu'y lliflury Zi, BA. St. Clmrlcs Scminurv Rvv. N1-il xI1'f:1'lEiglIll, OS..-K. nglish I-3. As-iblalnl Clllliflllilll English lh-p:ll'llm'nl. NI0lll'I'1Il0l' 'vnnis. R..-X. Y HIZIIIOXZI lIlliYCl'hil,, M..-K. Cullmlic Ulliu'l'rily, RIF. HllNHIl'll J. Nlrflilllvy Lillili I, ILA. l,ll4lll1'SlIl' Univvrsilx BJP. Sl. Muryl Cullvgv. WHO ARE WELL PREPARED runnin ln-I NllfDl'l'K'l'lU'Y lfalllvr llyrnv- rv- laxe-N in thu- llllivl Nlllilllllfx of his vlalws- nrv Il'Rl!Illg wlmul lor llw el-35. Tllix Nl'l'lll' ig xi nlirvrl l'0lllI'iI9l of llle- arlixily ullirh Inks-5 plawr in lluw Fillllt' l'00Ill all 1-alrliu-r liIlll'h ill Ille lilly. Rev. JAIIIIVS YV. RIl'f:l'3lIl1', OSA. Trigononwlry, Solid Cronin-try. Morl- ernlor of Yearbook, B.A. Yillunova Univcraily, Catholic Univcrfily. Mr. Janm-s F. Mu-Crulll Algq-Im: 1. J.Y. Bank:-llrzlll Coalrll, BA. Sl. Murfs Colle-gc. Rc-v. John H. M4-lion. 0.S.A. Rvligion 2-3, lfollvgv and Curve-r l'l1mning llirorlor, Moflvrnlor of SIIIVIIOIIIIIFI' Claus. Mollvrnlor of Sllldvlll Counril, ILA. X-illlllllhll Uni- vcrfily, M.A. Y illamovu Univcrfily. TO FURTHER Re-v. Mfrvd J. Monlv, 0.S.A. DiM'iplinau'i.ln, li..-K. YHIEIIIIDYZI Uni- xcrhity, MA. Catholic Uniwraily. Row. Xvilliann J. Murray, 0.S..N. Alg.-In-an I, Pl'0l'lll'ilI0l'. llirv4'Ior of Rvv. I.. JLIIIHN Mullvn Slllllvllt Slorv, Mocle-rulor of l":ltllvl's l'roIvl1-nw of lla-llmrrawy. l"l'4'5lllllill1 and Sun. Aswvimimm. li.-X. Nillnnmn MF- Xvilliillll J- Nvlilll Ilalflwllmll llo.u-h. ISA. Sl. Cll1Il'1l'S Univ-rfily, MA. Yillunovn Uni- ME1"lPf1' 3- Avifllllll l1ilPl'1l1'illlh B-5- Scminury. N.l.Pih.- N illunoul ulli!l'I'hily. MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING l'HlC-l1l..KSS NYXRNI-l'l' Our flll'llhy 1'1ll1'lll's in lll'I'lllll In-fun' illl0lllt'l' llvr- liv dau ill llll' l'l1lrSl'00lllh In-gillf. Mr. lxopvik hl'illl5 'Ill' IHIPVI' for Nlbllli' ll4'XSr uf Sl. .Im-'H llllflllvl an Mr. xvillvlllilli IH'1'lHll'l'h Ll lc-fl. l'illlllQ'I' Cal-vy and Mr. lwllllll Ima-ll, :nm-llllu-ly lu il 1ll-4'llS- aioll huluccll Mr. .loft illlll Mr. Cullicr. Hr. 'l'llulll.l- R. SRIIPOI l:NIll lllNll'lll'llll'. Yallsily nil-kl'lllAlu lloalvll, 15.5. Nillnllmal l7lliu'raiIy. Raw. l'alIl'il'L J. 'NIHSIRIIL 0.F.N, Phyfivs, l'lly-ivzll SI'i1'll1'4'. Mull:-rallor nf SlH'1'1'l'. NIlHll'I'illlDl" of l'hyail'- lllllll, Amir-tant l,il'l'I'l0l' nf I,ul'kvl's, ILA. N'iHLlIION1l Ullivoraily. Rn-Y. nl'l'IIill'1l J. 0'lDmul Ill lorv I-3. ,Xa-ialallll NI0lI4'I'ZllHl' of Iivlllllillg, BMX. XYHIRIIIOXRI Ulliu-lwily. xg, i 2' ,,ff" x llllll n f N RM. IIUIIFQ' I". Sralll on 'N u nl Biology. N101l1'I'illlll' of IIUIIIIIN, ., . AIIUI' .. ' , ' Illll. . , I I'lS.Ill1' Cnllvgv. A ling ' 'f 3 TB Nov. Philip JK. Scully I'l.m4- li1'0lll1'lI'j, link. Sl. lllmrlv-a SCllllllQll'y. nov. Jflllll -K. Slmrlu-y l.illlIl l. llvliginn 2, Ahhlhlillll llllanir- mam of lllAlSrll'lll lmllgllalga-. Moalvru- lol' ol 51'll00l l'np1'r, ll..'l. N. Lllurlg-N S1'llllllJlI'y. llc-v. 'llmmzw J. Slum. 0.S.A. lie-ligiun l. l.ulin fi-1. .-Kllur Sofia-ly, ll.'K. N illzumnu Univ-nity, M.A. xllliIIl0Xll Ulliu-r-ily. lla-v. ,lillllvh l". Himun Englirll 3, Clliliflllklll of Englifll Depart- lIl4'Ill. link SI. cilI1II'll'h ll1ll'I'lllll1'll, MA. Fl. llllurle-P llnrrolln-u. AND REKINDLE HUMAN VALUES. RM: ,lowpll N. Spillvlli. OSJX. Hpnni-ll I-2, Nlmlv-rulnr of Hilla- Cluln, ILA. Xillaumul llnivvrfily. Rm' C1-rural A. Su-lfv 'l'rigononn- Solid Cf-onlelry. l'l:mu lla-v. Rnynnnul .l. T:-lla-r C1-mnn-lry, Affismnt Chuirnum of Chcnxiftry, R1-ligion 3, Clliliflllilfl of Wlulhvinulivs D6'Ililfllll0Ill, B.A. St. 5"i"W"' l7"I'-'l"lll"'ll- ll-'Y Sl- l1ll1'l'l"N 111,31-ll., 5l.minm-yi Sl'llllIlXlI'Q. MA. Sl. lllmrln-5 Svllllllilfj. Raw. I'imIwm'1I .I. 'IIIIOIIIINOII MF- IIHUI VHIPIIIIU4' Rev. William Yan IIrv4Ia. 0.S.A. IIf'Iigion I-il, Maile-rzitor of IlusuImII, IIIIFIIWSF MIIIII l-2. Elllllisll 3, ASSIFI' I.:llin I-2, MufIvl'at0r nf Swimming ILA. Sl. lllmrlvh Svlnitmry, M.A. St. illll MUSIUWIUF 0I SWIIIIUIIIIE- II.A. CUIIPILIIIIII Svraphirtlm, llulland IIIIRTIPS 51-nninary. AMONG MEN AND NATIONS. Mr. Cltalrlvs T. Yogi-I ' English I. Assistant M1ldt'I'iIIOY of Debating, ILS. St. .I0wph's COIIvgc. Rvv. Tlmmus F. Waulfh Pr0IuIvms of Il1'tll01't':n'y, ILA. Sl. Cluirlcs Seminary. Mr. YYiIIi:lnt If. Xvanl IIll0ICkI'l'ltIlIg I-2, Assistant Ilirvrtor nf Studi-nt Stow, IIS. Yillamovu University. Ilvv. Ifrvd A. W7inkIvr 114-neu-al Srie-tire, B.A, St. CIILIFIUS S1-minau'y. 1-f OFFICE STAFF x,,"" '-" x Leis? 6110011 MORNING. MOYSIGNOR RONNER . .. .,. . lllhll N.llU0l. Is tlu- pl:-ufanll gl'l'0llllg an olh-n gin-n lay M155 Iii-ny xI4'lil'I'. lllvri' are ln.n1y call:-ra lu llonna-r :mil lin-Hy 1lQ'lll1llly uli1ln'L hun- In pore for this pivturvg il's llCl' llrllill pofiliun. HGrouncl Crewu MISS MARY lVl1.G.KRRlTY. lln' wniur lll1'llllN'l' of lg0Illll'l'lS oflivv Niall, ia un llllllllril indif- Ill'llhillPl1' pair! ul' lllv rlnily npvruliun at llonn4-r'- l'alvilion of Eilllrailiml. lfroni lllv hlllllt'lll lilo to llle lflN'Nl'll1'l', frmn llll' lIlllll1'0gI'1llDll lllil' Pllllll' to lln- ta-lr-plmlw. from Iln- l,l'llIl'llHll.S Ufliw- 'n ilu- Slniliv- Uflirz- Illv-v :irv llu- pulliw that Mary lruu-raw from 1-ight in Iln- morning until fin--lllirly in thc on-ning. Tllif is lu-1' dznily routine but for Mary il if more llmn nivrc rouline. ,X -vs M.-N.l0llll'f Cl,XXl'00l.l'1 alnollwr lll1'lIllDl'I' ul nur oflim- flalll. if fm-n pri-pairing: lln- iliiily zllrsvlllm- lift. :M if Miilvnl, Ll h1'l'l'l'llll'f' :ul Bonner must aim ln- somewhat of u IllZll'llllliSl, wsilll -0 many llll'I'll1Illll'ill ilmivvx In llpf'l'illl". Not, limiting lin-iw-lf lo llu- ri-gnlgn' olliu- ron- tinz-, Mnjurif- iluulnlvs an onn- of lln- frlioolia hcllcr C'll2ipCI'UllC:. 5 l If UN lllfllilll Tlxrm- flmln-nl Qllilfllr wcviu- inflrnv- Iiunx from l"r. .lo-vpll Nl.Illl'I'. l'!lll1'1'l'Illl1g ilu' rvgu- 'SY lulionx ol' lralllir. on ilu- flair, mul in lln- lmllf. " l!l1'llll'l'1l .nluuv am- ,lolm l,lIllf. l'vln- lla-Ili. .mel ,Iulm lqllglbltllll. 'l'lu-xv mvn urn' l'vpl'a-we-lllulin' ol' Illa- wru'nIy-lisv lmlul-pivlwll ri'lllUl'r xslnm- principal llulp is lo mliruvl lll'lNl't'll'l'lilhN Irnlliv. lllll Tlllllfli l10'Nl"l'1lllCNlIlC 1 Xlmxf-P 'flu' lin-gv IlIlllllll'I'F of Nllllll'Ill'lDll tiripunl- mlm lill lln- lmll- of Bllllllvl'-: l'.nilim1 am' lu-pl lllllll'I' mmlrol In our lli-viplillo ell-pzlrllm-nt, Mull:-ul lay l'l.llllQ'I' Nlnlu-r, l",alln-r Mollie-. um l'.1llllQ'l' K1-nny. 'lil-loul "Wvll llllll-l lvl il lmppe-u ug.nin." -up l'.illll1l ,IA F P ll Nlonh- tu lluln xl0I'lllilll. prolmlulg guilty of hmm- infrgu-lion ul' llu- llklllllbll rlll1l1'lll, llulnllmnli. llllllvl' lfxlllle-rl Nflll'lll'IIl 1-yen lluuns-r Nllllll'IllN lun: la nrnvnl Illnl an Nl'll-1ll9i'llPlIllt'll N4-lwnl llle- 1- lln' kiml l'll0llLZ,ll lo pow for lllif pll'llll'l'.l only -vlloul Iifv. lllnln 8 ,ff lf' af'x,f ,f" , 2 'Vfww S' - A lun . tii- lg' L CHAPLAIN . . . lt T 0 mi TIIICSE 'l'llRICl9l pri.--ls ia vn- ll'llblt'4l llll' organtimtinn of tlu- fpir- llllitl lift- of tlu- httulvnls in ll0lIlI1'I'qH Pxnilinn. I"1llll4'l' Nornuln tlullowuy, 0.5. A., :Isaiah-tl lny l"lllll1'l'i,Xvllllillll Lam-y mul ,lou-pll N-lnmnlu-ll. 0.5.A., malt cs plana for MHIIC llllllll' alvlixily. l "Source of Energyl' "l'Y'l'll0lll0 -XD ,-Xl.'l'.XRlf DEI" - Ftllll' tinuw ll uwli mu- nl tlu' prie-als stanul- lu-furv llll' tn-mpnrury sultan' anul lu-gi ne llu- lloly S2l1'l'llll'l' ol tlu' Mun. Tut-ulnv lllfllllgll lrulnv tlu' nu-n Ill 1'iIl'll vlan vonu- tugs-tlu-r to nfl:-1' tluv llolx S1ll'l'llll'l' with tlu- prim'-t. Eu-ry rlllil e-nt ut llunnu-r if givvn annplv opportunity tn I'l'1'l'lXt' tlu' S1ll'l'1llllt'lll ol l'1-nanu-v ww-lxly. t'llll1'l' in tlu- morning ulnring xlilnx or in llu' :ll'tm'r- noon ull:-r frluml. l'vl'0lll llu- llllupluilfn ullirn- also l'tlllll'h tlu- planning :nul the l'XQ'1'llllllll of tlu- lllllllllll re-trout for tluv vntirc- hlllllvlll Iuuly. l'e-r-onall intvr- su-uf 1-on-nnu' num of llu- uurk lurnra ilwlllalltlt' tn tlu' lllllllilillll alul hh uf- hlwllllllr, 'l'lu- lllllllllillllix flaay i- truly at lrnhy mu-. lnlt In :tw 4-lowing luvnrw luv mn think lnu-lt :nul thunk Cod tlnlt lu- x um atlrlc lo lu'lp own unc young lllklll. 4 lf! xx 114 N 'nr' l -Mt ." Q :Lg Tj wet -"-'ff'-ii? I I L a 5 s .L A it ff Qu ..- xv I I 3 ray "S", Tlx ba! 555' Wi if? 1 M WW .tm """"WM,..w1nw up Sli'l"l'lNll 'l'llFlR 1Y0l'R5lHI Tlu- mliflh-ull lurk of plan- COLLEGE AND CAREER PLANNING . . . Hplacing in Crbitn lxso inquifiliu- lI.llt'lll- mlm am- illlvlw'-lccl in lllfll' :mfr l'll1llll'l'a for collm-gm-. lf.KNll'l'5 CXl'Kll'F lfnllu-r Nl1'llHll 1'm1l'1-rw with lln--1' I Rl-IN l'fRliNIl .l0Sl'1l'll X. llUXl.lC. 0.S.X.. l,l'l'Nlllllll of ilu- 'xllflllrlllllilll l'llllI1'llll0Illll Mfovinlioll annul xl1'l-l'I'INI- nlvnl of Nillnnma fnixvrfily. op:-nf xlu- lllirnl :mnuul llllllllblll' llulle-gv Night. rlillillllxh In lln- 1-ll'o1'h ol l"ullu-rx AIPIIUII llllil Cook. lln' cxcning prom-ml ilIl0lllL'I' UUIIIICI' :lll'Ct'rS- ning nun-'N 1-allwvl' i- liglllvm-nl lay an xibil lo tln- ollivv of lfullwr Mm-lion. 'l'lu-rv. pvrtinvnl fairly 1'0lll'1'l'IlllIg 1'un-1-x'- in imluflry :mnl ilu- prul'v-fiun- along xsilll llll'Ul'lllilll0ll 1'1-guwlillg: ilu- l'l'llllll'Q'Ill1'Illh uml l'Uhlt'l's ul Nill'l0llh collvgvf arc almilulplc lu ull. ,-.J ' "N-' J"Q ' ' 'fl iii- F. . - 1,399 N. --lg, -,.,g 1.7frg ... A, ,l., .g: l ,.-J, N' 1:41 v .l ,ff if' rx... UNDERCLASSMEN 5 l'ivvry siilrslauia-v liars an lmsim- 1'0l'1' or l.0llll1lllll0ll upon wlli 1-1 cll all vlsv is l'0llSll'lU'lt'll. l,ik1-wiw. Bonnvx' luis ll lruiiv Cort' anll lirm founelzilinn- ilu' lill1l1'l't'lllSSl'S. 'lllic mvn of ilu-so 1-lusscs rvprvsmil lln- fulurv of the sm-lionl anal will take their place vilizvns of am Jxliblllll' Xgv. as 'lllvsv mvn ill'0 In-in-f "'l'il1llllllly insirua-tml on what lies uliczul F' P' in ilu- llll1'1'l'lillll l'uhu'v. lfau-li yvur llivy au-quirv nvw knowlve auul il lwltvi' minpn-ln-nsimn of llll'll' rolv in lifv. until linu llivy lmu' nllaliliml ilu' N'lF1lUlll. ugv. :xml gram' lll'i'l'SSill'y lo so lge lly lu- llu- prolnlvnis wliim-li will imwilulrly l'0Ilfl'0lll ilwm. 'l'lu'ir im 1l0l'lilIli'l' lu B0lllll'l' is great, as is thc rccognilion given lllClll. ll , ll . . . Raw Material In thc Qfiltlllill prowss of high school iltlYllIlI'ClIlPlll, tht' first inujor stop is tht training of tho 1'z1w111at4'i'izil. The l"l't'Slllllt'll ut Bonnvr lmw' now hm-n Zli'tIllillIli1'll with the Vill'i0llS lDll2lSt'S of high svhool lift-. rlillvy llilVtF hvvn lllSll'lll'll'1l as to tht- purposf- of high St'll00l"-lll'0lHIl'illl0ll for the futurv--zlml tht-y ll2lYt' hvvn guiclml spiritually uml socially so that they may love Coil :tml frivmls us ull Sllfllllll. Tllvy llilYC t'0lllllll'Ilt'l'll thu Vlilllll from thc inl1nutl1l'0 stugv up tht: laulrlvl' to lN't'0lll0 men of honor :tml flistillvtioli. Thcy art- now l'lPlK'l'K'lilSSlllf'II, and will look on nvxt yvzufs 1'll'CSlllllCll with thc sophisticated uit' of S0l7ll0lllOl'CS Their goal now draws llCil1'Cl'. figs arg SHTION III fl fl t1 11gIlI Bolton: Row W IIFUZII J B II N IQ I B01 1 A Ant11n1II1 J B11 1111 Ill I B1111111 r N111 ond R011 rt tll I4 B1rn lr J B11111111111 Be1kn1'111 I A1111111 N B1 1111111 TI11r1l R011 T 1 man .I B11 I111 II Arn X Bmg 11n1 1 1 E I llIIxll I' IIOIIIIIO I'0lll'I 1 ll I 1111 1 IQI I B11I1n1111 W B1 r1 1 told W Bl111I1l1 I Bowl T B1r1o11 F1 II1 R1111 01 1 n Ill 0 AIIIIII Allgll' I B11y1.r J Boyd SIXIII R011 H Br1'n11111 B1 11II1 B11 1 M A11.15l1 1 Abt J A11111pur11 A B11 I111 I ION II I Fl 1111111111 11111 111 111111 IIIIIIIII IIIQ QI 11111 511111111 R011 Ill UNI I 1 11r1I 111111 I1 I 1 1 1111 ll 111 1 ll I'1111rl1 I11111 111 r11111 1111 1111 111111 1 tl 1111 1 I1 111 II 1r 111 II IIIII 1 111 11111111 lr 111 1 B B11r11111 SIXIII R1111 NN L. 1111pI11II IL L 1111pI11II L. L.111I1111 L Byrm. IIIOW III 1 1 I 111111111 11111 r1 11 1 1 ll 1 1 W I 1 1 S1 1 11111 ll R 1 I I111I11 I I r.111 1 ll 1I111 I L1111111 1 1r1I R1111 J l I J 1r ll 11111111 11 1 1 Illl I1 11111 1111 1111r1 1 11111 1 111I 1 1 1 1f 1 lllll 1 II I I IIIIIIIII I 111 1 11 11 111 1 IIUPN ll 1 1 II J Luxr Ill J l,1111111n1,I1 ll J moan R LI 11k TION III 1I1I1 I11 FILIIII I11ll11111 II1111 1 1 1 I 1 1 Il 1 NN 11I11 I ll 1 sttfblll 11111 1 11111 I ll Il 1 11111 I'I lI11r1l 1111 1 Ill 1 N ll 1 ll I'1111rl1 1111 A 111I1I 1 1 1 011111111111 r 111,.11111 1 111111 1 11 11111 1 Il N111 11 111I1111 111 J 1 II In 1 11 1 ll ll 1 Nllll ll I' IIPXPI' 'Il D1I.1I11rI1 L. D1X1111 II U11 uI1.,o .I DIIIIILIII .I If 1- 1 " 1 : . All '.', . 1' . . . A1'111 ', I'. Ioyd, II. 'SS'Llll, .I. II if , J. Ai1'I11'1', I. ' 1 1I. . '1 I. C. Ba'I1 ' . . 's'. .. Hs..-. ' Iz ,J.B's1- Iin', . A11I1ilz. B. Ia' ' s. '. . I I R111 I. A1' j. M. B1Iz", 7. 1' 1 , '. - -I- C. B11yI '. R. B111'11I1I'. I'. B11 1 I , J. . " '-, R. ' 7 3 1 I' - 11 1 W. '1 j, I". IIQ'ISIOI'. J. "I1I', . ' '15, I". SEC" . L. 1I1'I1 111 IQLIIII I' I' 1: J. IIIII ":. .I. 1f11r1'11II. B. Br . B. lI:1I1iII. I". '1 11, S. B1 -1', lf. IIIII -'11. III. C1 1111. ."' ': Ii. Bryn , A. II111'11wIIi. XI . C1151-y. J. Br ll -, T. Curr, J. lI111111Ii1'I1i1. .I. lI1ll'l'. TI' ' ': Y. Curr, ll. Bus 111'1I, M. IIIILKQZT. W. IIllrl'ilI'.IIZI. W. B D' I. I". Cur- a1111. IC. l11'Ii11. T. B1' I-"1-I1. ' I ' ': NV. C1 'll'y, A. B '. YY. IIII 1 , I'. I211I11I1l'1-11-. WY. Cain, A. C111 -. G. lf11111f-'1'i. J. B lll'l'. I"'II R1 ': J. B1 I- , I . lI1111igIi11. B. 11111" zzn, . -I1111, XV. Car' II. Ii. B .I. Ca I 11-. . ' 1. SBC' . I II1-Il 111 1"gI1A II I' ': J. III1 's ', G. III'lll' I. .I. Ca111IIi1-I1I, N. C 1r1'y, J. Clif- I111'I, I. IIylll '1'. I. CI111111II1'1'. A. II1111s1I1'i. ff' I R11 ': . lI1'1'1111II1. II. I111yI-. Y. I ' ','. , . I ' 'I1r1I. II. C0 gl ' . J. III11ni1'I1. R. lIIill'Ii, .1 . " " ll'. TI1' 1 ': . I11 1'1111111. . C111'1'1 il , U. C0ra11'1'. .I. C1 '. J. II yI1-, T. lI111111i11'I1 . T. 1I1'11ak1'y. II. Clan' , R. C 1 -k. I' I I' ': .I. Cr-as, .I. C1'1111I1 ' . .I. lI111111111'. B. C1111 pl111'I1. II. 1131 '11Ii1'r. I.. CI111s1', YV. Clark, I". C111'1h11. F'1l I' ': J. IIILIII' 1'i11II , B. IIIl'lll'IIl'IlI. T. C1 rl -111. II. C11II11'rl11111. II. Cin ' '. II. C ,'I'. B. li Ill '. S'.'I ': IC. 11111111 IRI, J. I1 , . ' '1 , . ' ' ' 111, . CUI11- SICII 1 - " I ': IC. ITI- I111 , I". II1'1'i11 -. I . II11I i11a111. J. II1-I"1'Ii1'1'. I". il 1111. R. Ili " X, I . II1-X i111-. IJ. Il'-ICI. ff' II' ': I'. II'C "s, Y. IJ". NV. IIiB'1a1-. II. II1-N11 " . .I. Il1-1- Iin, G. IJ11II11I11111. Nl. IJiI11i11. I". II' I I11. " ' K ': I". II11I1'y, J. II111'i1. I'. II1'1i11'. II. II11I "lj, .I. IIi1'I1. A. II1'I 111'1'I1i11, X. II1'I1ll1'll. .I. lf III -rl. ' I I'1 ': . II s. I". II1-1i11'. B. IIiI'i1't1'1 . T. II lI'l'I1', WY. II'.1 ' ' '. II. II11I' 1' . G. II1'C'1'1'11, .I. II1I . I"'fI I' 'I J. II1'5a1l1I1. II. 1'.'a I . Y. IIIA ' H' . . II1'IYiII:11111. B. II1'III1II11, J. If g'I , E. II1IIaI1111. S'.'1I I' ': J. II11Il1111. II. II1-II"1'1 11-11, SECTION IIS ll:-fl ln rigllll Ilnllum Raw: W. Eng- IDIOIII, W. Durning, J. I"alIIis, J. Ihsyvr, M. Egan, R Ilylxlmuw. J. Ilonulnn-. G. Ilunlmr. Svcoml Rmr: J Ifvv. II. Ilnnnv. II. I'I4'IIw. If. Ifm-Ilun. 'I'. Ifamn-Ili. J. Ilnn ning. .I. Iloolm-5. Third Huw: W. Ilonm-Ily. J. Ifvrgu mn. IVI. I":n'rm-II, II. lloylv. NI. Il'0nnfrio, Wf Doon:-r M. Dolphin. IC. Ilugun. Fuurllz Razr: J. Egan. J. Ep pvlwznl. J. Ilmlnllllv, I'. Iloylv, J. IJ0llgIll'l'lj', NI. I'alI- ronv, M. I'I1N'l'I0I0.. J. Ilnnplly. Fiflh Row: .I. IJucI4Iy 'I'. IJUllgIl1'l'Iy, I . Ifinlvy. Ii. I,IlJl'1lZIll.. IJ. Ihllllllly, JI Ifilnwrly. III. I".n'I1'y. J. Ilongln-rly. Sixth Row: W' I'fu:lII. .I. Dooley, J. Uurning, N. Erlw, U. Urinlxllallll J. Elmer. SICIITION II6 Ilvfl to rigllll lfullum Rolf: II. 1'ullng.lnu R V1 nx I l'nIIug.Ilu R I'lIIlg.Inr I' ..,,. ,,., .,,,. ..,, -.. ..1.....,.. ,.... .. Illlyllllf, If. I'IlIl'lIllIlIIiIIx, II. I"l'4lll1'iw0, J. I7Iynn. Svrurul Rolf: J. I"Ii1'Iu-r. C. I"ofh'r. Il. Ula-fmvr. Il . . . . . , . in-Ilrnlg, I.. hlalsgms. J. fylzugms. W. I'lPl'hyIIlU. Tlzirrl Hour: I.. Gomlxsill. II. fluynor. I'. IIAIIIIIIIII. J. llillvapiv. I". Ifrann-0. J. I'II'ilrIl, 'I'. Uzlllalglu-l'. YY. I'IIsIlt'l', fl. Glynn. Fnurlll Hour: II. Cunlz. NV. Cilr- mn. PI. I"orniau, II. I"nIino. I". 'l1l5INlI'I'0. I". Ilolllis-. II. Ilalllalgllvr. II. IIIAIIIIIIRIIII-Ill. l"iIll1 Noir: ,I. Uolal- s1'IllllIlII. 'I'. Ifranu-5. II. Ilianlguilin. J. flalffln-1', J. I'ox, C. IILlIIllgIll'I'- YV. Ualrrily. C. llc-Ixring. iw DMA A Ql"l"I'l0N' IIT rl'-fx lu rigllll lfullom Huw: 'I'. u ala-, J. Ilannillon, NN. Huw-i-N-1'. J. II.n'l. I'. II1-nry. II. II:-roll, I.. Ilan-rip. .Nvrruul Hun: IC. Ilurun, Ii. IIL-N4-r. IJ. Ilngun. .I. Ilugln-F. J. IIIII. I. Ilmsawlll. v , . I-. Ilolu-r. llurzl lxmr: l.. hrlllnn. J, II.n'r1-. NI. Ilamk, NN. Irfillll. J. IIIlIl'j. If. Ilognvl. J. Ilngln--. Fourth Rolf: I.. Grin-r. II. II.uIIur.nn. II. Ilmw. II. IIc'IIc'l'. .I. Ilallnillon, II. Ilvnlz, Il. IIiIl. lfiflll Hou: I'. Iluglnw. III. Illulallx, II. Ile-almn. J. IIlIIlIl'I'. X. IIQ-nning. XY. IIlIlI1IIx, J. II4'lllIl'Il'Ix-. Sixllz Huw: II. II1Il'l'Ill1,ZI4lll. .I. flriflin. NI. Iltlllilll. 'I'. Ilng.1n. 'If lI.lIl'- penny, T. Iluplxinf, 'If Ilvralwr. FICUIIIUY III! rlq-In to right! Ifullum lfmf: II. Johnson, If. Iv-nny, Il. Ixilliun. Il. Iamnn. NI. Jnlnu, XY. Iivlle-3. N. IKRIIIP., III. Km'II1-l'. Svvnrul lfnlr: J. IXIIIIIITQLAIII. J. Ixirlx. II. Ippolili. W. .I1ll'IxN4Ill. XY. ,Inyu-. If. I..l1'l'f. II. Jum--. IC. Ixije-xx-Ixi. 'l'l1in1 Kuff: H. kllllll, I'. IX1'LlI'll1'j. II. .lllllll-Illll, .I. Ix:-rrigzln. X. ,Inna-5. XY. Klllll', Y. Iilinn-In-rgx. J. Ixing. l"uurIl1 lfmr: .-X. Krvlnpal. If. Iv-.arm-5. X. Ixynv. J. ,Inyug 'I'. K4-nny. J. Jurslxnl. NI. Ka-num-4Iy. Fifll: limo: J. Ixvullng. L. Ixn-Ily. II. Ixe-Ily. II. John-on. Ii. ,Iur1I.un, II. Jilllwvll, J. K4-I1I. Sixth Huw: W. JUIIIINUII, II. JCIICIIIQIIIII, .L Junlwr, .I. Juzuilix. 1-.4 5 TIOW 1111 11 111111 11111 lIl11lN 1 ll 1 'N 1111 1r 1111 1 QQ S11 111111 11111 111 ll 1 IN IN 111111 lll11lN r111 1 Nl 1 1 I 11r1 11111 r111 1 Wlur X 111 1111 11111 N111 I1 11111111 l11111 1 1 1 III 11 'NI11r11 111 IN 1 ll IIN 1 I 1 1011 X 1 It 111 ll 1 ll N 1 111 1 ll 111 1 L N11 lll 1111 XX H1111 ll 71 1' ' IN 1. 1' 1 11111 11111': . . . N' ' . .. ' ' . . ' 1 S11'11n1l l111114: . ' 111111 '. . . .. ' . f. 'ar' . '. S' . 1.5 ". 1. -"". lviffl 1ll'f .. A .1111 ' .. '1111 . . 1-1 . .. ' '111 . ,. ',..1l'L,.1.'. .1.:. "1Hll'lh l11111': .. ' 1 '1-. . 1- .. , A '1' . ' ', , . A 11. . ' " , 1. ' ' . 'VII 111113 Q. 111- ' . .. A 11 1' . . 'L Q . 1. 1151, 1. Ll ll , . IXOII. . . ' ' . , 1 U'N1'i11. 51.1111 l11111': U'N1-111. .1. 1:111111111. L. l,t'llllf', I". l'i111111, U. t11'l'1l'1, J. l'ca1'1ir1g:i, P. 'l'111'ri. IION D0 11111 I ll ll 111111 1111 In 0 111 111 1 11 1111 1111 111 11 1 Il S1 1 11111 1111 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1111 NN '11 1 1 Dll llfll R1111 IX 1 1 11111 11111 1 1 1 111 Ill ll 1 1111rll1 l:4Ill ll r 1 11 1 1111 1111 1 I1 1111 1 Ill 18 Ill 11 1 11111 I J 11511111 1 11111 1 QW 'HON 1110 1 1 1 1 11 l11111 1111 111111 1 ll 111111111 1 IQ 1 1 1 111111 I11111 1 11111 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 11r1 11111 'N 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 N1 IX 1111 11111111 l11111 1 1 F Il Ill 1' r11 ll 1 I I I 11111 11 1 llllt I1l1,., 1 II 11111 F11 W1 1 L Nlth 1 1 ll 1 -4.44- FN SECTION lllli fl.-it lo right! llollom How: R Rcntsvhlt-l', YV. l'raml0slxi, ll. Rivlnnan, Y. IIPIIZIIIII ll. Pizzi. ll. Roper, T. Regvr. E. Rnfo. Svroml Ron M. Quinn. J. Romano, T. l'rivf-. J. Romana-lli. R Rolella, WI. llilson, J. Rvwll. Third Row: J. Rizzo R. Rost, G. Rom.:-r. T. Ratigan, C. Pont-ll, ll. l'into J. Pinncr, T. Room-y. Fourlh Noir: K. Quinn. A Rim-i, J. Rt-nice, S. Rolla-vvvl. T. Rotlan, R. Rick arfls. A. Proft. Fifth Row: M. Rt-itly, T. Ralla. l' Rivh. S. Rochfortl, S. l'ozznolo. A. Piwopo, J R1-imel, R. Powers. Sixth Row: T. l'yne-, li. Rt-illy R. Russell, J. Roguszcxwlxi, J. Rohinbon, E. Reilly R. Rondini, J. Ranulli. SECTION D1-l th-ft to right3 lfollom Row: R Shinn, I". Smile-y, A. Sivalx, J. Svholf. R. Svolt. J Svilcr, R. Soavvy, R. Salamonv. S4'l'0ll4l Row: l'l Svllvolz, R. Santoro, J. Short, C. Sanly. T. Shva S. Scro1't'a. T. Ryan. Third Row: N. Sivivri. l. Scltae'll'ct'. R. Ryan. J. Slllilfhlly. J. St'lllll.1'l'. J. Sim kin, R. Sz-cvizt, J. Ryan. Fourth Noir: Q. Stnarino R. Shirreffs, J. She-rm. F. Santoro, J. St'llQ'lllIIO, l' Sltollc-nl, J. Sherry. Fifth Row: J. Scott, T. S1'1llt'S, T Slit-tllosky. J. Svvpatlhky. T. St-lnnnann. l". Salrin. J Shillingfortl. H. Svlmabe-. Sixth Nutr: J. SllUt'lllillx1'I' M. Sinick, R. Schultz, J. Smith, J. Smith, E. Smith J. Seincr. SECTION D15 lla-it to rightl- lfollom Row: ll. Larkin, L. Tidhall, E. Tully, J. Torriori, J. Thomp- son, K. Tintlal, l'. Tedcsvo, R. SIH'llCt'l'. SPCOIUI Row: T. Sullivan, J. Yagnoni, M. Tyfka, T. Stivfol I.. Smith. J. Smythv. J. Squiticrt-. Thin! Noir: I. Tully. J. Tninstra, T. Sprow s, T. SIDYUIII. E. SNSl'1'lll'y, E. Slephvnson. C. Sutter, J. Stango. Fourth Row: R. Trimlroli, WV. Taylor, M. Smith, YY. Torpvy, li. Traynor., R. Stotlnn-t, F. Thornton. Fifth Hour: R. Troilo, J. Talonv, T. Stanton, NV. Solomon, G. Ston- art, J. Tll0lllph0lI, J. Storry. Sixth How: J. Thorn- ton, Y. Tomlinson, T. Smith, R. Stanton, A. Slnnnn J. Szandrowbki. s s Ayn Q 1 ,, w V ia 9 F. -X x P, .-aa., I l SOPHCMORES . . ."Tf.m,f,0n Elements Tht- Soplioniorr' Class mm luv f'0llllNll'l'1l to an rovlwt wliivli has Iilustt-tt oll' its lillllll'lllIIg1 paul amcl is on its way towurll tht- llc-sire-fl In-iglits. l.ilw ai ro1'lu'l.tll1' S0lPll0lll0l'l'H liaivc' 1'lllllill'lx1'1l on at .i0lll'lll'y to tliv rvggion of tln' lllllH'l'1'l1IHSlll1'll. gh they spm-ml on lll1'll'Wily i0llli'llt'l:1lllSOl.lllllllll'ily.llll'f' Iinully lwvatlx away from tllv uttr1u'tions illlll lll5ll'lll'll0IlS of lllltlt'l'1'lilhS lifv. NX 1' ram furvlv look forwuril to svviiig the-so mvn lvauling tln- .Momiv Aga' to still mon' uniinugiinulolo H'illxS of me-4-4-ss. .Ks So vliomorvs. tlu-V am- "onv ata- r 1'l0SI'l'-. to ri-ur-hin--' thon- l , I r- lwuks. Pivturvcl livro with Ifullim- H1-lton uri' this ycuris Sopliomorc Class office-rs: M. Coll, J. Murphy, J. Collins and D. Connell. i illll M EM i xx Hu fr X i SICCTIUN CI 1I1'fl to righli II11ll11111 II1111': C. AI11'I . 1'r'1 . 1 - . -"' '. II'1u ' .I. A111-' 111 1 1111111 11111 B111 1111 1 I II1II1r11111111 1 1 1111 I ll 1 r 1r1 11111 II1 1 Il II111I1 1 1111111 I IIN 11 QW I'1111rll1 I11111 1 1r llll llll 111 1 1 11 II1r x 1 1 111 llll Ill II1 ll Ill II111II1111 I' 1 1111111 N111 1 I11111 1111 ll Ix 1 1 xIIxlll 111 II B0lll llll WN ll 11I 1111 11111 11r 11 11111 1111111 11111 1 1 51111111 If II 111 1I111I llll llll 11111 LN 111111 1 1 II11 11 1 Il llr 1 1111rl1 11111 ILIII ll 1 Illl ll Il 1 1 11111 I 1 1 ll 111 1 IIr111111 1 SIXIII I11111 11I11 1 I 111111I1LI llll I ll 1 1 IIIIIQ.. 1111 I II11 10 'IIONI I I ll 11 111111 xllll I I I lllllll 1014 I 11111 1r1 11111 I1 1111111 11111 1 1 0 HI 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 I11111 1 1 It I 1111 1r111 1 S1 ll I11111 11 Ill 1 I11 1 111 11I 'I L11 111 N 11l 11111 11111 ll 1 1 Il 1 1 1 1 1 Il1N11g1 11 511111111 I11111 ISI 1 11 VIII 11 Ill I 1111111 1 ITI II I 1 Ill IU III 1 IU 1 11111 1 11111 1 I1l1 11111 1 11111 1X Il X1151 11 II A ., II X11g1I11111. II II1111. L . 111, ll .I. IIi1'1'I1iII. .I. II '1 II11'1I. S' I I' 1: I.. 'z II1'y Il. II1'III1'. I . .'xl'1llli ' Ia. II. IIt'Ill'., I. ' A ' , II xlll , '. Ar1a.,I. II- 1:1-r. 'I'I1' I I' ': C. -1 ily I". AIIa1r1I. II. II1-II11111-1I1'. IC. :K111I1'1'r1111. . I'11. I. II1'1 1 , Y". IIa1",. I'. IIN Il ' ' ': YV Jxlll' 1 , II. III1 , II. II11s1'11, I.. IIIi1'I1I1'y. I'. II111'1' A. II111'1I11. .I. II111I11. I". II 11I1. I"'fII I' 111': .I. 1 11:11 NA. IIa1.t'r, I'. IIIQFS. II. II 'gigs 1 , YV. 1 NV. ' . I. A11gI1'. II, II llll. ' ': II All 1' 11111, W. II111'1I. If. II111111111'. G. II:11ili1 1. '. A11-r U. II0,'1'1-, A. 1 ' 1 1, . 'Ia 'I. FIICTII .I CLI 1I1-It 111 "gl1ll II I 1 I' ': C I1a11'1'1', .L 11.1 i Ili. W. II- ' '. II. II' , A II1'-' '1iwI1i, .I. lI:11'li11Ii. IX, 1I11l1iII,lI. II.'I'll '. ff' l'1 ': IC. Cu1l1l1-11. I'. lI:11A1'11111. .I. IIIIFIIN, T. IIl'llll1'l'. 5 Ilr 1- . 'I'. lluppi. .I. ll. llilllgil. Tl "I I' ': II IIll1,I',A. .I. Cll1'l't'51'. I". IIr . .I. B111111, II. IL-. If. Cul 1'II11. .I. II1 'lVN. .I. II gtg I" I I' ': . IIr" , I". II1 'I, .I. Curr. N. Curr. T. Ca1111pI1'II. I' IIllI -'. I". II 1' -. .I. lhuirns. I"'fll I' ': .I. 111-11 If. IIr-11 1 , .I. lI41111I1111. T. II1'111I'1'I1. II. ' , J lIa11'1'. A. Curr. I". l1a1111a11'11l1a1, II. II lI'llS. ' ' XY. III ' '. .I. II1'1 1111. I". IIklI'lll'y, .I. In ' I, NN II1' -,l.lIIl-, II. "I"l,.. fl ng. Slili I II 4I1-I1 111 "gI113 II I I' ': J. Cas 111-1'. II. IIRIHIIIIIIIRI. II. lI11I-I11'1', II. C1-r11111-. W. C1'411l1-11 .I. 11111-II1-, .I. IIill'l'I1,ZiIll. .I. lIl1rl1-. S-' I I' ': ,I Ili il1'II:1. .I. lI111a1114111gI1. II. lIi1-I11-Ili. I'. l111I111'iI1. I' Curr, I'. lf1'1'1i1111. I'. C 1111. 'I'I1' II' ': lf. lf I1I1 .I. lI:111'y. II. Clalrk. XY. CI:11'I1. .I. C1-1'1'11Ia1. A. lII111s11 .I. C11I111a111. .I. lI:11'1'iga111. I' 'I I' ': II. lI11I1. ll lIa111I1'1'. .I. lf IIi11-, XY. Illvry. C. CI1:11'I11111, M. C1 I'-'. .I. II111111r. .I. CI111. ,I. II Lllly. I"'f1I ' ': If II11II41i:11111i, II. IIill'l'. .I. I11II. .I. lf11111--11, II. I I1 IV. C111 j. K.Ci1i11-lI11.Ii.lI11111g1111. I ' ': .I If II' 1. Il. C1111111'II. II. Il111'fi..I. Cl -zlry. III. I ll, W' CI' 'ill , N. Ci1'a11'cIIi, If. CIx11'I1, I. U " 'II.1. HIIC'I'I0,' ill ll1-I1 111 rigI11i II I I' -: M Il:1I1-1. U. IYX 11-li.. 11. IIa111i. I'. T. II1' l'I', T IIl'l' 111'1'. II. I71-I11111. I.. II1' illl1'j. II. ' '-1'Ii ' : II. I11 '-, NI. lliII-1-1I1-1111. .I. llel II1 -1-II11. .I. DVIS 1-1I11. 'I'. 11111 i11gI1a1111. ll. I '1 g Im , Il. Cr: 111 rl. I'l1"I I' 11': II. Il' fL1lI'. ll Ilruig, :L Il'XI1'1f.1111I' , II. 121111-l11'. .I. Ilally. II. 11111 I1'II11. ll. IIl'IiIIl1'j. I" 'II I' ': XX, 1I111I1'. ll. Il.1I1 II. II1'IIl11i1Ii1'1-. I". Il11I1, T. 1111111-r. I". Ili-Ill. I' ': II. I1iIl111111l11. .I. II1' Ii11. I'. Ili-X11l1111i11, II II1'I'I' , Iv. l111l-- , Lf. l1111'141gIi.1, I.. .1 "I . K 11 1-at "Q-'Zi' 4 111131 '1 ION 1 41 rug, 11411141111 I 4114 1 111 4111 1 4 1 1,1111 1 I r ff S414 41114 14114 11 I 11111 1 1 4111 Th1r4l R4114 .1 4 14 ll I1 11141141 ll ll fl 1 I 1141114 I'4111rl 1 lllll R 4141 1 11 f 1114 I 4 ll 1 4 1 1 '14111 11111 111 114 FI111441 SIXII 114114 1 ll 1n44 1111 111 111 011111 II 11111 b1u1111 11 fxlLt1lll 9 T10'N I ll 1141 41111 4114 1114 114 114 4 4 114 41 114 41141 11 Ill 4111 34441114 4114 4 1141 111 R 11411111 1 11r4 4114 114 4 141 ll 1 11 41 44 llllfll 14111 114 1 44111114 1 4114114 1111A 414111 1 1 LII I' Il 4114 R 41144 411141 1111 ur 1 4 ll 1x 41 511111 1:1111 M 0 Il 4 I 1 lxcu 1 TION fri 11411 10 r1g,1111 411141111 I14114 41114 R 11111111141 4 411141 1114 1141111 41 10116 .1 4 lt sllllllll 1 114 I' 11 ll 4 114141 1 16 1r1 ll 111 1 411111114 111 lllll 14114 4 11. 1111 11114 1 4 41 4 1r11 1141 0114- 1n114 I'4111rI1 14114 1111llf,, ll 1 111141 1 1 1,111 I Dlllllllllg. ll 1 1 1 Ill 111411111 4 Ill Ill F It 11 4 1 11114r111 N 141 Nlklll Nllll W 114111gl14 111 11 11114111141 1 1141114111 11 D411141g,111, .1 Don1gh1 1' Du114111 TION F6 11 11 141 r1g,111l 11411141111 I14114 1114.1 41 1111141,,41r141 4 Ur 544411141 X011 .1 1111141 1 1 11.111111 I llfl w M 1lll1d1l'Il1x '1 ll r 41ur 1 4114 1 4 rl 4 111114 1, 111 tl 41 4 ll 1111g.,114r 1 1 Il 41r141 l'1 ll 4114 r 111 ull lg1l1l 1u1141v1 44 1111 I14114 14111 111114111 1' 1 1r1 11L M b 111 b111.1g1141, N 1 11 I - 1 1 'V 11 11111 1111 111 1 llll 1 1 1 N1111111l 11111 11 1 1 1 1r 111 lx11l1 Xl 1111 11111 1111 XI 1 1111 lt 1 1 1 1111111 11111 1 N 111 1 II 1 1 II lllll ll II Il 1 1 11111 1 1 1 1 1 I1 1 I11111 ll Ll l H1115 11111 1111 HON 1 1 111111111 11111 1 11l1r1 X 1 111 11111 1 111111 1r1 111 1 1 1111111 11111 Il '1111 11ll1111 1 1 ll I1 1 11111111 1 11111 llfll lxllll 1 1 1,11 ll lllllll W 1r 1 111111 1 1 11 1 N 1111111111 'VI 11111111111 1111111 H1 11 111 1 1 11 1 lllll 11 I 1111 1111 1 I1 1 1 1 1.11 1 1 1 1 1111 1 N111 L 1111 1 1 M1 11 1 1 l11l11ll 1 llll 1 111111111 MQ! X i 1111111171111 H1 gl -1 L 4.1L'+A"1 IION 1 11 ll 11111 1111r1 1 1 1 1 ll . Il'l'i., . 11r1'1.---. f. . 111 '1-1. N 'Nu 1. .'lI'1llllI l11111'. . ' .. , 1-. ... '. -. .. . 1' .' 1.l1li11. I. . ' - i . .. ' ' . I. . -. .111 "l1l'II 1111111 . . , ' 1' A .. . I ' . . . ll'llll 1lrpl11' .l. . '1-. .. . 11 - . . . 11' 1 11. . 111111-. vllllffll l11111': . . . 11rr111. . N II 1 ll -- v. . '11111 . '-lllllRll'1. -. .1111 111111'1'1 1. ,11111'1- '. . -t1'1 '. 'Ill I1 ': . 1ll'l1' '.. . 11'1"11' . . ' .1 Ill, ,. . . . 1- ,. . ' ll.il . . 111' 'lll. ,. . - 1-i . .'11l1 11111: .. . 11rpl11'. I . . lll' 1 11. ,. . '11 . . '1'11 1'l'. . . M1 1oll-1111l I". Nllll' 'y. fi ITION Cll. - 'i X 11 1111 11111': . 1 Isl .. LIXIQI . '. '. .. ' I ' 111-11... " . . 1 S1'1'11111 11111: .. ' 1111- , ,. --1 ", . f-111 , ,. ' 1111- I H ,f I. 1 I ' 1 1 u V ' ' I 5 . 1. . 1. . . 1. .- . . . . 'zirrl R1111': C. ' 1111111- . '. 1111. .. UYI111111 ', ,. . 111- 1-F. .. :1111 111. . . W. '. N -11 11ig. 'nurlh IQUIFI C. 1 Qll'l'h, . ' :1lIlll0l', ll. 0'I l'i1'I , Y YV. l'i1lg1-1111. F. lllllllx. J. Nl'1'Illl1llll, .l N1-IF1111, li , I1-rry. Fiflll. R1111': C. 0111111111-ll, J. l'i11l11, A. l'1'l11s1. T. N2ll2Il1', J. N11'11s1:1. R. Nl1'llllIhl1Il, ll. 0'll:1ll111'1-11. Sixlh 1111111 R. l,1'lll', ,l. 0'D1111l11'll Y H. N01111l1. J. H11-lpf, A. N1l1l1l1'L1, J. Musclli, ll. Nulalli, R. Norkalf. 49 QQFN N 11 lt 1114 1'0 4 ou 1 ng 4 lgtl' 1-111111111111 141 1xl11l11! 1111 0 14 111 111 1111111 4 1 x14 x1 to Klip x1 111 11111111111 TION CU fl fx I 1 FI ll 11 111111 11114 will T R11l1l1 1 1 I111 llllll 1 511114 1 511111111 111111 Shllllllg 1 14111 1 HLIQII 114r 0411 lllfl I11114 1 Ill Ill Ill u Ill 11 0111! R I' 1111rl1 11114 P11141 4 41 S 111 111114 ll 1x111 1114 P11111 1114 R U' il If I Olllllll 1x111011d R 1 141 1111 lellll I 1 1 Plllx 1111111111111 1 S 1111 tl TIUN K ll 411141111 11111 1 x 1 x1111 N 1 1 1 ll llll Ill N 1ll4r1 ll 11111111 lellll Ill 1 11 11 1. 1rl N Xl ll 5 ll llfll I11111 X 141 114 11111 N4111111 Il 1111r 1 11111 1 1 41 llllll H 1 Illl 1 Ill N111 1 1 11114 N 1 lt 1 N 4 II 1111 N1 llllll 111 11114 llllll 1 Ill 1 1 N 41x1111 9101411111 ,I S1111 I TION lla 1 11111 lllll 1111111 llllll 1 1 IN or N 1111 1 4 114 N1111111 1111 XX 711 1411 ll 1 1111 lllllll 11111 1 144 14111 1 411111 1 I141 ll 11111 141111111 Fl 1111rIl1 R1114 I1 44 1 1 x W1 1 1114 11 11 1 1 II 111111 R X1 41 1 ll 11411 1 1 IX 1 I11114 ll 4 11111 11 llltll I' 1 NN 11 1 f---N .r-3 q . Q 4? six Y 'gi "m. 4' .4 'Q- ae? t, K A X M , r .g,.L K qgk jgfzf ' .. Gsm , I ' .1 y .I ,M www' W f nb A . 5 x y . . . . Hunstable Compounds" filll' high school spllcrc has passed its mvrieliun anal cirnws ncarrr to tliv Zt'Iliiil point in the Junior ycalr. This is thc your stuilvnls seriously consiulvr vullcgu aml llivir fnturvs in thc Atomil' .-Ngv. As Juniors, thi-y 1'ol11iiici1cv4l tllc Silllif' of more intvre-sting and morn' clini- lcnging subjcm-ts. such us Cllvmistry. 'l'lio Junior year is liiglilightffrl lay new au-tivitivs and social vvcnts. For thc first timv. they don tuxoilovs and foul thc CX1'iU'Illf'lll of tllvir first' i'0l'lll2li' -tho ufilIliZliPlli0llSM Junior Prom. T110 sum-cssful 1-mnplvlioii of this your lczuls thc way to thc Hnalc of our display-thc Senior your. tit ,-J, 4 , . sr, -s,-is -N. . HS: ' .,i QFFTION UI ll It 111 r11.I1I 1211110111 Ro 111111 X Mz11r111 llXl .I 1 H 1 11111111 11111111 111111 0 I 1 1 1 1 111111 111 C1111 M I ol r11 I 1 ll 11 U 111'I11 1 F11 1 ll 1 l'11urIl1 I11111 I Ron 1n1 111I1,11 ll 1 Ill 1 II I' M 1111 ll 111 1 1 11r! I M1 ON 1 1 H1111 I Il IIII 11 'l1111I11 W R111 SIIIIII 1 1111111 1 slll 1I1 nr II 1 I11111 CII 11111 1 1 P11 C O IIOIIIHII J 11111111 I0 IN 150111111 'I UNI 1 fl 111 11111 1111 1 11 I X lllll IXI 111111 1 11 l111 llll 4101111 111111 ll 1 I1 1111 W 11.111 M 111 111 i11I11111 111 1111 Ilfl 11111 l11IllIIl 11 1 1 ll tl 1r1111c 1111 nurth l11111 I Y 11111I1111 1111111 11111111 11 I'1 II1 11111 II11111 lllll I 1 lllf. 1 ll 1 01 1111111 1 11 I 111111 11 1 I11111 11111 I 11111111 x l I I111 111 'I I 'V 11 I11111 11111 1 1 1 Q1 1 1 11011 1111 11 1 1 81111111 11111 1 1 11111 1 11 1 I ll l'h111l 1111 1 V 1 111 11111 111 1 I 11 1 111uIl1 I11111 1r11111 l I 1 1111 1111 11 I NX 111 ll 111 111111 ltl 111111111 1 I1 1 Ill H1 1 1 1 Il 111 Nllll 1 r 5l1lll 11111 11 1 1 1 R 1111 0 IJo11111II R xlll 11 IN r 1 11 llllll 11111 11 N1 I1 1 1 1 ll Nlfllllll I11111 ll 1 ICI 1 1 1 11r 1 II 11r '1 1I11111 11111 I11111 111 Il 1 l ll 1 1 IX N 1 1 1 l1111rI1 N011 I Q ll 1 II 111 1 I 1 1 11 11111 111 'I 111111 1111111 11111 , II 1 111111 N M lI ll 1 IX1111 Ill 11 111 111 1 III 1 1 111 1 W WAQJ -P I I SICCTION II5 III-Il to rigIllI Hallam Row: J. IIUIIIIPII., I.. Ilalyko. 'I'. SCYIIIIU, T. Gossclill, .I. IIzn'- rvll. 5. II1II1'NiIIIlQ'4'. II. I'IllI'I4'j, M. IIIIISIOII. Svruml Ibm-: .I. I'c'rnal. II. I'Iv:1l1g.:vIifl:l. .I. Smyth. C. Con- nuIIy. G. II1'SHlIl'I'. III. IU-rns. II. N:-gron. I.. Maun- mm-auri. II. Napoli. Thin! Huw: I'. IluIIugIn-r, I.. Coylv. lf. Sinclair. If. IVIIIIIIIIIPIIO, NV. wI1lflIIlI'I Ihxm. If. S1lI'lll0IlN2IIxIN, IC. Szllmlini. Il. 0'M.nIIf-y. l"uurll1 lfmr: N. IYun-Ixis. .I. III-xim-, C. M111-IInl14lI4I, XY. llurnou. 'I'. I.yn:un. C. IYII1-IIy, .I. flalllglunm. I". IIIIIIIAIII, II. IIIIl'UIIll'1'I. lfillll Kaur: .I. NIir.lgIial, I. HUIIIZIK. IC. Sullvr. .I. III1'II:1Iv, II. Ili01Iuli, ,I. IIIIVIIII. II. Iiozm-IIi. II. I.IlllIlg4l. Sixllr Row: II. IirixiIsIx3. II. KiI4Illffa'. .I. .Iolm-nn, ,I, IIll1'kI1-y. A. I"l'0llZt'0, I'. Il.-Iilwrly, J. IIIn'IIv4lilu', II. SIIUAI. NIal.II0N II41 III-fl lo I'IglIlII lfullnm Hunt .I. ,IoIm. NN. Ilnrvy. NI. Iliilgflilfl, 5. Nlilw, Il. Ilougllvrly, I". IIo1-IxI4'. .-K. I"m-11-, ll. Ilmsling. 5l'l'fIlIlI How: II. II1'In'l'4'-. ,I. IILIITIII, 5. III-Iliglin. II. Ililurn. II. Ilmnu-Ily, IC. -Mn'l'3. I. I.:-om-Ili. IC. In-1-n.m. Illllifll Curr: I'. IIl'.I4III01'Ix. .I. IIIIIIIIIIIQLIIIIIII. 'I'. IIl'l'II1lllI, I. Ilnuf, II. Ihxrl. 5. Anllumy. II. :IIlIl1'II..I. Siamu l"ourlh Noir: XX. Flu-:'Im-L. Il. Ya-grvy. .I. ,III'.IyIlIPl', NY gn II 'NI I'nri Ill I Fm 0 XX 'III' llll I' ..v...'.g.'..'-5. ..-In-'.'. NII'1'l'I. Fifth Kun: I". IlnIIalq,:Ile-l'. 5. IIZINIIWIIIIIIIII, M. Xx1NHI1'hIII1'Ix, .I. Hum. NI. IIIIIIIIZZI. 5. Illuypnnll-, II. PIII-Nivlml. S1111 Hair: .I. I.np1-z, II. fII.u'l1o, W. Ull 'I' I llll I' for nu , ..a -, I. II. :QB swf?" In SIEIITIOY IIT 'Ia-fl In riglnli liulluuz lfmr: W. II'IIrie'n. R. III-IIIIIU. If. IIIIII5. I'. IH-mf-nf. .I. IIIIIIIIOF, .I. NI.-.III-y, ,-I. I"in.m, I'. Vfylll. Sl'l'4IlllI Huff: II. Iluylv. R, Ilouxmy. .I. Ile-I.u4'.l. II. 'xX4'IlI4'Ix. 14. IIiN1I0. .I. IIl'IIIIl51'I'. IX. NYJI-Il. I". IIIIIIID. Tlliral lfulr: K. Ilintino, II. I'Il'IIIIII. II. IIIIIFIFIIQ, II. Iivn- nvqly. 'I'. IVSIII-.I. II. Ilzmlz, I.. Sullimn. .I. Iiinl.. 1'IlIIll'flI Run: XY. Comm-r. C. ilu-ll-IIo. II. 'xlIiIIlll'IIx., G. XXUIIIIIILIIIII. .I. Iiilling. II. Ilivke-5. 'I'. IIMIIII-ll. Fifth Kuff: .I. SAIIIIIIIU, .I. III1'I'IIl'0lIl', I". Suxorf, ll. RnIl1'vv1'I. SI'IfI'I'IOY III! II:-It In FIQLIIILI Hulluln IIIIIFI II. I'ulle-rfon. Il. IDI-Ilufmnm. 'I'. I..mlia'ri. .I. I.oI'lu-, .I. I'II1II'llIIIII'Ql. NI. IIulImIo. ,I. IIuIIo. I'. I'IIIi-. Sm'- nml lima: II. IIll4I1-4-Iam-IX. .I. Ifli-. N. xIl'Il'IIIlPI'I'4'. I". Ric-Il. NI. III'0glllII. X. Ifnrra--lvr. IX. Ilurl. 'l'l1ir:l Now: III. IIIIIQZIIIFP. I". IIIIIIIIIK. .I. IvII1'IlIlIQ'1', If. NI.l'1'IlI. If. Ifon-II0. .I. FII:-4-Ilglll. II. II.lIIlllllIl. .I. NIzlIln'l'. Fnurllx l:0ll'f I". NI:-yn-r. Il. IIi1-vi. I". I.:-.nry. II. Iihil.-. .I. NIuII1oII.ul4I. II. Ixvacrm-3. .I. Ixu-IIy. F. II4-rlluln-u. Fiflll 13010: ,I. I'iII1l. II. 'IIIIII-r. 41. Wolff-. K. I"iguI4-r. C, IIll1ImIcx'ou, NI. L1.1lI.nI1.m. II. Ilwmm-r, I'. IIAIIOIIIIUIA. '-..,. 1 l1lllI 1 1 ll 1 lu lllt 1 N11 11111 I11111 N 1 N 1l1k X 1 IX UU l III I 1X lr! 1 11 X ll ll 1 llllllll ill lil llll I ll Il I 1 I 0111 Ill I ... ' ' ' U Ulll l0Il': .. 3 .. - 1-1.1111-1-' 11. .. 11'- -. . 1' 1.1r Y. 5 1'11111l 11111: Lfll. '.,.ll' .,.,1l 'A. . "4 ... 1 IIIIN . . I-U0 ' 1 . .l '. IIA! l0H'f . . wx... 1"v. . "1'. .11' . 1' 1' 1' . 1'v1IlIl'fIl14H1f ll . . '. '. :111i11N' .1 11-.'-11':.. . 1. . .1'-.,.. V1-115. 'w.SlHll'- 11111-11. ,ga- l IN 0 1 11 11111 11111 1 1 ll 1 1 1 1 N 1 11 111 11 84411111 11111 1 lx 11111 f Cr U 0 4 ll llfl 11111 1 1 11.1.1 tl IX X l 1 1 1r I111111 11111 11 rl111 It N 1 1 1 B l1s1 11 l11l11 11111 NI x 1 51111111 11111 1 ll 111111 1r1 1 111 1111 111 1 1 1 llfll 11 9 1 1 1 I1 1 1 1 1 pm. SECTION III6 Ile-fl In rigIxl5 Rollom Row: J Iiiggio.. J. Ifspmilo. C. IIzly1-S. A. Ci:u'04'I1i, C. SAIIHI lini. R. I'4-alrlingi. T. Ilvnlxlingc-r. I". SIll'1lllllll SPFIIIIII Row: T. fIIe'Y1lIIy. J. I.:nin. J. Kirk, C SllI'Il1f.Il'I'. II. Rnlainaon. II. IVIIIIIPII, Il. IIl'Ihl'll0I0 I'. I'IIl'0lllII4'I'fl. 'l'l1ir1lRuu': II. Cllhlllllilllfl, I'. Monro IC. Murvv. J. IIQ-ron. M. Brown. Il. Cal'uInim'. T 'Il-li. J. Ili'-kvy. Funrllz Row: J. IInrInw. II. Crivvtl Il. I'IIlllIlHIt'l'S, I.. Ilruin. fl. McLaughlin, D. Agn lonc, R. Ilorvzuk, C. lh-ll. SECTION III3 4I:-fl In l'IglIlII lfnllnm lfmr: XY Mll.rpI1y, E. Ilnnmanl, II. Kt'illl1', J. IL-1-I., C. Crux Sllll. A. III'2l4II1'y. T. IILIIIPFSUII. IC. Curr. S1'l'0lH Row: II. x0l'lIIl'1'Ix, I". Crow-. 'I'. Hill, XY. Kt'l'lIklIl T. NYMNI. II. IIllIllIlill'1ll'I'. Ii. 5:-nnlun. 'l'l1ir4l Hou' C. Ifuilll. J. llivlu-5. John lin-nn.m. XY. Huw-. II Vv'uIIu'r. III. Ymllxallhlxv. J. I.0ll 'Ill'j'. .I. I'uIe-y. l'I0llI'llI I- Rmr: Il. Cum-. J. Mvllriflv. I.. 'I'v1'm'n, NI. Sh-plmn J. IIUIIIIAIII. J. NI:-Ilonm-II. C. llama. l"ifllz Hou E. Burns, M. IIIVIIIIIAIII, I.. Eilxcrii. SECTION IIII 4Ie-II In rigI1U IIIIIIIIIII Row: NI. II1lIIxwII, T. IJIIQIIIU, I". I'4-rri, I.. Afllil. NI. Ilaumigam. J. Parlor:-, I'. Crifnii. J. IIl'1N'Ix1'Il. SPVOIIII Hmr: J. III1'II!'lP1lI'Ij., I.. IIilI'IllliIlI. Il. Kill'h1'l'. 'I'. fIIuImm-3. J. I'IllIt'0lIl'. S. SIIIIIUVU. YY. IIzlin4-r. 0. Sulsano. Tlzirvl Rolf: C. Quinlan. T. We-I1Iin'. J. Iiurm, I". Mur- F- llhvy- 5. I.1lIllII. l.. IIl'XIIlll'LIll1l. II. Mlllvr. J. Rillvr. Fnurllz IIIIICI C. Sunny. If. Iluull. J. IIt'IZI1'l', IJ, Well. l'. Kt'Illl1'1Ij', J. Mm-llln-nny. C. An-rill, .-K. Carlin. SECTION B15 II:-Il In riglllxl lfnllnnl Rolf: J. Marlin. C. Slit:-s. T. I.iIIm'r:lllp. II. lppolnlo. W. May. J. I.uurc-m'v. R. I"ruln'i-. SUVYHIII Rolf: 5. IIoI4'omIn, H. IIIWIIIIIIFIII. J. Ili!lnmlunu-ni1-n. Il. Cugini. I'. IIalIe'. I'I. ZilI'1'Ill'I. C. I'a'IIm-riln. If. SIIPQI. Tllirfl Hou G. M1'AIany, 'I'. Tull-. J. IiauI4'IiI'I'1'. J. IvIl'IIOXl'l'll. 41. I"rcwnIn. J. Dvilxl. I". Ililfilippn. Funrlll Noun' I.. Ftrzvlvc-Ixi, IV. IIIFIKVIIIILI, J. Maullom-y, I". I.znIw, J. IJIAIIEIIEXII. f W f, vw S M ,, Av i amz. X I PAVILION I'ROlLR.!UI -Thc nurl- - 1 - ' ' . mu of IKIIXIIN 1-'VI1 IIIIIIIIIIIQI nl Ilumu-r 1- an quirk IN'I'llNlII nf Iln- InuIIe-lin Inuau'.I. Who non lI1.ll IUIIIIIQII Ilmxl lln- vlan- IIIIl'.IlllllI'.lI Im-ku-Ilmll n-mnp1-li- I I lion l'0lllIlIg1lIOIIg1 XYIIUIIE ilu- m-xl 4Iun1-1-'. 'I'Iu--v am.I ulln-r que--linux are- un-xu-rvnl lay ilu' various pnftvrs :mil h1'0I't'I'ilI'lIP 1Ii-playa-II on lln- lnullm-lin Iumrfl. 'I'In' gruup pivlure-sl nImvn- i-- an lypicnI onv. In il un- IIN' ram:--l fra--Inns-In .m.I ilu' nm-I -0IlIIINII4'.lI1'fI SPIIIIDI'-. Irut :III IIRIYI' ll POIIIIIIUII intvrvfl. ,XIII-I' thi- rhfp-UII. IIll'I'l' I- ll w4'uIII:- of Klmvx up mul 1I1mn the wI1llI'N an 0u'rylm1Iy rarvf lo In-ut that IlI'hI ln-ll ,A , hP.1I'I'IUN IIIT 4lvIl In rigllll llullnm Ifmr: I Iililhe-. I'. IiIl1IllIIll'I". II. Inge-lin. 'I'. Iinni-. XX. Ifm ,I. ,Iuywz II. 'IIIlIII'Il'.l. Nwwrnl Hun: Il. Iinrlun. 'I Iiifignuni, IC. Ililmorw-. II. Ilru-Ivy. IJ. Ilullvn, XY 'NIU I lux IP I'up.um rrny.II. 'II1-rlwr. Tllirfl Hou: I . . an .I. 'I'zlyIur. If. fIIr'lIulu'. X. Il'NXIullzu. 'I'. I'IliIIipN. In II1 i F Il I' I NIIIIIII II Nl ' 1' U'IJ4 Ihr . UHY' I ilIH'f , . . I ' . . . .l1,lI'I., .. I ncII, .I. 3Il'ClIrIxCI'. sPoRTs PAVILION bf , .4 ff? if omhim ic tower mm 1 'nvui an r 1 to us in an atomic :wc wit 1 the spirit of tc atmwork which its clisumvcry and uso cntzlil, and you haw an good idea of tho way Boimm r's Athletic P1'O"l'2llll opcratvs. In kcoping with this motlcrn ago, 'progrcss is our most im- portant pronlua-I." ln vvvry gzunc, in vu-ry mocft, in ovary con- tvst,our mon improve' ll0lil'1'llltly. Uur spirit mul tlctcrminution is cviah-nt 4-von in our tlurkvst hours. lt is this undying Cffort that helps us m'vl'c'ol11o 0Y0l'WllClllllllf.E otltls and mukcs us always fierce competitors amd Contvmlcrs for thc highcst honors. As you take this tour through our Sports Pavilion wc hopc that you will he alrle to rvvapturo zuul rclivc some of thc exciting memories of thc 1958-1959 scason. fi ur, n FO fx fmiiiig, X.,L ,, M fwffl f. ' Q- .wrt ll II . . . Up and Atom UN Tllli RO.-Xl! T0 N l11'l'UllY l,m-nl Ivy Vlllilillllr Tony Cull :xml .lov C1-rinn ilu- le-:un lll1llxl'N il- illllll'1Il42llll'1' :ll Nillammn Univ-rfily. ilu- lxonu- livlal nl mln- l'rmr-. lln- lu-rw du-I4-rnninuliun lvirlllrml on cxcry fncc in illdivu- Wg. lin' of ilu- lypv ol lmll pl.nyml ul lion .K ll,-UN ,NND N MUN Ilill llrulrll. mlm wo1'lu'1l lln' option :xml lx!'l'pl'l' plum lo p1-rl'-4-lmn 'ull -4--1-mu. ph-kb up klIl0llll'K' fizulplo gain uguiml the .linllnivf. Tllif xml, lllllf lu l mln vw t A Q -4 W a, 4 , A 4 'Z ' Qt ' " f' ' 1 K fi W u s 4 2 . , J 3- 5 , ,.l. ,fl rw' ,.,....,.., e, 1 1 ,Y A 6 w 'u 'fm of Till' BRASS llmnwf- ln-nal vnglrll Jack l"n-rrunlv Klvftl lnllxs oxvr llllllQ5 with vourlwf ,luv .'xlhlllll'1'l. .Nl Purina, and Dick lljorkluml. aw s it ,f ...Q sf' fwfr K. . ff - " HJ I XXXX 51 i . l .Qu .5 2 x 'sAI.-.1 , , x if . ! ROY ROOHTS ONE! liilling de-fi-miie Imawl fIigI1l form. nlum lum lliil ln in Inv II RIIIIINLIII. I". Gallo. G. 1 I Il X I 1h mlluin I l anno K Z1'l'llI1l1'Ix. T. IAIIII- ' 1 Ru LII, M. Coll, R. Grillo, N :zum inn I 'Wm lru III .I. 'I'rioI1l. 'I'. IIoI1'1'- ni I' In :In II II: ll I full II lunm-ll. I,. FIIIIINAIII. uxu 0 llll illi. R. IIl'lHIl'Il'Iiw. ,I. mzl Ixnu X 1 tml COIKII. J. Apnlllwi. Line x P xx 8 I ll.-UI., ll.'Xll,. Tllli fl,-KYIYH All Illflilil lfiw Bonne-r ale-fl-mln-rf gaming up on an hriflly Burr. NY:--IE highly f-pirih-fl lvann uns hzurnl lo vorraul llllll alfh-rnoun, hut thx- l'll'lill'S, flue lu tha- lllhl-llllllllll' 4-ulrlnw hy lfrzumy Wvlfh :xml liivll Ciunri, nmnngcd to rqucozv out am 8-8 tic. l"l.Yl'Vll HIGH lframny W4-lfll -ours fkywurml ln rll1ll'0 a llrulnh uvrinl from Ll Tonlmiv 1lQ'l.1'Illl1'l'. Thia ii thu form than Fran lIbl'd In pull the 1'll'iill'm uul of an last minute jum in thc Wcnl game. N35 Q I ,. K. C' .-""" BEST FOOT FORYYARIJ NYilh Snnloni lmlmling, Hun ilrillo prucliccs hi, place lxi1-kir1g. Q :Q gl-5 ir. ' V' xfsffi 1953 l"00TllAl,I. RICCURD IVE 'l'llliY 0 in Sallv . . ,. .. . li- 7 .,. ... Roman linllnuliv , ... U 27 ... ,.. FRIIIIPI' Jllllgl' ,, ... I2 3 .., ..,. VH-sl Cailmlii- ,. ... 8 0 ,. . .,. North Callhnlim' . ... 20 19 .,, .... Bishop Nvlllllilllll ,.. ZZ -I-2 .. ... Sl. Thomas Mora- . ., 6 21 ... ..,, Sl. Jannvs ,.,,, .. ,,.. ... 12 22 ... .... Cardinal Doughvrly . .. ... 6 HJXNDINC OIT SUNHC C0011 ,NINIUIC ll:-.nl 4-mn-In ,lurk l'wt'l'l'1lIlll' loml- an guiding hand in planning lln' zlllalrk xsilh lun of hi- lop play:-iw. 1243! Rivh flioln-i, and illll Hill Urnlrlu. With lirnlrlfw 'mx-illg :nnl f,I0lll'l s l'lIll'lllllfl.liIl'rl' txso lurnn-rl out lu ln- unc ul tha: Fl'iLll'.a lrcsl il4.'l'iLIl t'0lllIliIlilliUlIr. bu 1 ' BLAST OFF-Joe Cerino gives it full throttle as he turns end. Substantial gains like this helped Bonner upset lhc Bulldogs. J CHARLEY RICEYUTO - the work- .. , horse of the Bonner barkficld, demon- . ,fa strates the form he use-rl to cinch our victory over St. James. This y0at',s foolhall season can lu- likened to the per- f0l'lll3lll'C of a three stage rovltet. Uur team got oil to a slow and shukcy start, hut midway tlirough the season it lzegan to pick up steam with victories over Roman and St. 'llhomas More. 'l'hv Friars hit their peak of l10l'fOl'llllll1f'C when they knot-lwcl a highly rated St. James team Completely out of orbit. This was without a douht thc highlight of our season. CAPTAINS COURACEOUS Tram r-aptainsg Tony Srarwlli, Joe Cvrino, and Tony Coll meet St. James' raptains hcforc the start of the game. C-X I X, A" J' K . . -11 As QN ' XX' ,N V wk 9 J, W X fi O -J, . 1"' 0 4 ,X . V, I f -, 5 ww 1 'N 4 K qw v 7, 1 4 9 ' e f .ABE SPIRIT ON DISPLAY-fflcft to rightl C. 0'Donnell, l'. Traynor, J. Clark, W. Hamilton, J. Murphy, l'. Gallagher, J. Duffy, R. Ramspachcr, ll. Mcllarron, and R. Bully display the spirit which exemplifies the atti- tude that runs throughout the school in all activities, athletic or social. PREPARE VOR LAUNCHINC- !Bill Cruhh, tlte lnril- liant T-Qttarterhack in the Friar attack, prepares to throw a pass in spite of a Dougherty deft-nder's attempt to halt ltim. Bill's passing played a major part in our victories. .4-4' POWER T0 SPARE -Charlie Ricevttlo hulls his way over a St. Thomas More defender for another first down. Runs such as this enahlcd the "Wot'khorse" of the squad to place on many post-season all-star teams. .. JAYVEES . . . i I .wiv An undefeated ,l.V. football team at Bonner is as common as the Kelly green on the Bonner Jaeket. And this year was no exception, under m the able direction of Dave Connell at quarter- V- My back and Ron Crillo at halfbaek the team is Q marched to a commendable six and zero mark. V+' " The credit for such a fine year must go to the 'HW eoaehes, Diek Bjorklund and Al Postus, who worked at both the varsity and the ,l.V. during the campaign, Bonner's future in football rests mainly on their capable shoulders and along with their never-say-die attitude they are des- tined for nothing short of success. x- 3-10 COC IN THE WTIEEL 0F PROGRESS -Russ H1-ndrieks finds future ,I progress hindered by St. James line-backer after a substantial gain. S e d Potential" ARMED FOR ll.-'KTTLE Joe Triola straight arms a l.a Falle defender after a long gain on n Grubb pass, but Explorer defender Bob Smith 1495, is about to put a very definite end to Friar hopes for a touchdown. Combining speed, power, and deeeptiveness. Joe is one of the many brilliant returnces upon whom Bonner is building its future football hopes. s x 5 Q "9 4 . '.,'f . our warn' e Q A J 'digg an .v' -1 F 15 . ,K La Q X- -..vi W 5 l 'iii J 6 'qf or 5 'l 'Nami '..4i--"W - -1 -. 5-1 2. s '4 N q if . 4'-4442. 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M Pre-season speeulation on the Bonner campus rated the Friar quintet as one of unpreeedented excellence in the annals of our school. Nevertheless. our season was something less than medi- ocre as our hoopsters eoinpiled a 6 win. 8 loss league record. This comparatively uuimpressiye reeord is not indieative of the teaunis ability. for in pre-season serinnnages and games and during the season the Friars showed sparks of brilliant potential. The spark never did grow to a fire and for the whole season the Friars remained ehampions in potential only. Rebounding strength hit a new high through the fine under- the-boards work of Bob Waltz. .lim Doherty and Pat Traynor. The lint' haelxeourt shooting of Frank Coraee and the slielc ball handling of l'aul Gallagher seemed to give the Friars an almost unbeatable eomhination of board strength and seoring power. Talented llil1'lit'0lll'l reserves suell as ,lelli Yarbrough. Riell Hadziak. liuteh hYllllt'!'lD0ll0lIl and Mike lleflrory eagerly left the heneh in the eanse of vietory. Sparkling performanees turned in by sueh fronteourt substitutes as Soph Bob DeFino and .lunior llud lfllonnell merited for them starting positions in the last few games of the season. Combine these returnees with those coming up from the ,layvees and you have a formula which should delinitely bring sueeess for the Friars in the ,60 season. U K , -5f""n,,,4ili' N . "Zvi , I TOM SABOL radiates the enthusiasm which makes him the Friars' devoted eoaeh. TWO BY TWENTY-TWO Pat Traynor soars high to register a deuee in the St. James game. l'at's driving ability and frequent goals brought many cheers from the Booster Club. ESCAPE' Bob Wlaltz neatly worked his way out of this tight spot in the West game. In situations like this Bob's sceret weapon was the springs in his shoes. W W Qw"'R'W W: ., 'lv W 1 .gf . ' 'fn s Q' 1 A Y A . . - . ' . if H ,ff f 'Q' Q , 5. .YN x 333' Z-'f ff, 'T " Lf. . -if W ,Q I 1.4, 1 3 D -'Q O, I "X Y in 'C Q .X '1 V' X SE It Qs! ig 1 Q 4 if X "'?'f ,-1 QS.: A . , .. 1 CROSS COUNTRY 'Q 'YD TPfRRllH.i'f 'TXYOSOME iklnfuxi-5 Rogvi' NIl'Cl'0ill'if' iiiqrluys lllc ill-out 4-fforl llril 4'l11i"lr-I1-l'im-d 1 1 4 hi- running lhrouglmul the SC1lh0ll. 4M right! In tha- Il2I4'lxglI'0lllHl, R0gl'l' ib fm-ling lhi' 4-ifa-vlf nf unc of his ll'l'lll1'Illl0llH 1-i'l'orlz-. Slauuling ssilh l'0ill'll Dixie llllllllllf, is thi- ollu-r half oi llu two 501110, Put 'I'l':lyllol'. H Tracking the Stars H HIE POWER SOPRIIIC Km-Q-ling lla-fl ln right? J. Hoody. J. Lullm N. Bonn 4-r. l'. 'l'r4uylmi'. R. Mvflroxirly, R. N1l'yl'I'4. Stami- ing il:-il In riglill Fr. Byriu-H, J. 0'I.zmglilin. J. Smylh, T. Brauiy, I. Unipin YV Many. I". Furial, R. l,t'Silll0ll1', J. Clark, Cozlrll llixic llulllrur. QW-' :fi . -Q . ,QQ F. A .Q Es A 4 'fwiig 4 SJ NNS'U FX g- .,- 40 V .1 lt! ,B 1.,f3,f kk . 3 ,ff uv' W 1 . 1 if Q. 4 K 'X i Q' , ' Q, N s V, -:K M . ' .- f if . W. . 2 L - L 2 , . f - ....gw .Q . lf- . if K Q., L- Mr' N W M .,,, qv rf . . Qs. S W 9,4 V Q 4 i X' ..1. . wi 5, .,. fi. X C46 ' . he A 1 5 1 J ,. .. . if il- il L 4' nf W? if -F A ff . if . A it 54, f ii " - as ' ,X tx' - P-ff 3 19" .N X, S Q. 3: 417 Gb 1 Q X x X 1 . ,LA Y ' r fl. . 'Y , 1 589' sk .KM W N2 w v 3 3 ,li 3 Q' 5' Y Q, ,, H a, 92 y, A , ., 'A+ I Q 3. 3 This year's display of the Bonner eross-country team was a very impres- sive one. Although the heginning of the season hrought with it a few disappoint- ments, the team rehounded very com- mendahly to take seeond place in the Catholic League Championships. Also " to our pavilion of progress, we ean add s this year's defeat of our traditional rival, West Catholic. From the ranks of this year's team was chosen the outstanding eross-eou11- try runner in the Catholic League, Pat Traynor. The eilort turned in hy the team re- flects the expert coaching and guidance reeeived hy its memhers from the eoaeh, Dixie Dunbar, and the moderators, Father Byrnes and Father Dunleavy. PAT'S PRECISION PRODUCTS A Bonner's Pat Traynor is about to register one of his many triumphs of the year. POTENTIAL POWTIR Russ Meyers and John Collins are two representatives of the fine up-and-coming talent that will form the core of future teams at Bonner. OPPOSITES ATTRACT- This is an exhilvit of three of the Catholie League's lnest runners. 1Left to rightt Rug Meflroarty Owen McGuire of Cardinal Dougherty, and Pat "Goose" Traynor W-f-rifsiv' ' W .. wi wgxx s Rx 'Q 0 v wig' ...X Y Q ' 5-"Yu 1,., ON HOUR MARK' John Collmc llnv up 'nt the tlrtmg line and 'muouslw 'ns llli the lull t off slgnll from the starter ln one of the henta of the thou md yard run at lonvt ntlon lllll Great thmgs are exported in the future from thlq fleet fooled Sophomore, and lu, nlme nny soon he on the top of the list of Bonner 5 cmdermen NOTHING SPARED' Russ Meyers pours lt on at the fini h CET SETlwKenny Sherwin and Jerry Unger tvnsely await the start of their heat of the hundred yard dash against two strong Roman vhallvngers. Several other contenders anxiouwly wait in the background for the start of their heat. Bonner! boardmcn put forth a gallant but futile effort against this extremely talented Roman team. l .,k 1. tg, K X . " ax 1 ., '1 f" t 5 .pwa if 'X is THE INSIDE TRACK . . . TO VICTORY In their efforts to continue the spirit of "giv- ing your best," which prevails in all athletic events at Bonner, there are none who work harder or "punish" themselves as much as the Bonner boardmen. W'ith the coming of Feb- ruary the workouts begin and continue until the runners are certain that they are in the best physical shape for their line of competition. Dixie Dunbar, who handles the coaching chores for all track events at Bonner, pushes himself right along with the trackmen giving them the benclit of his experience and coaching ability. These combined efforts insure Bonncris good representation in both indoor and outdoor track. a I -in 5 41 il 6 at . e i I, -sf E' F vi 5, STRETCHED OUT----Roger McCroarty and Roman's Crant run neck and neck in the stretch of the quarter mile. The determi- nation and unrelentless stamina displayed by Roger have marked him as a top contender for many Catholic League honors. DETERMINATION UNLIMITED! --Possessing undying spirit and unlimited determination, two of Bonner's milers, Bob DeSimone and Russ Meyers, race across the finish line at the Inquirer Meet. They placed third and fourth, respectively, in the mile run. Xggkkf x p X. COIfFred Leinheiser, the Friars' anchor mln in thc mile relay at the Inquirer Meet, anxiously grasps thc hlton from .Terry Unger. Jerry, after straining every stride of the way gladly releases the stick to his able anchor man eww GTI. Filth, 41-+ L RACE IN SPACE ' Bill Larlun launches a 12-pound satel- lite. 53 .sf . Y ' i l ,Jlfx ss?" , ' ' ll ,X 6 '85, , e g . , Nl N" Hs, , an Nkms Wwe tuegtsamgg an R 2. ,ff 3 Q ' A '45-Si , .fi Qxk ' X 1453. i' STRONG IN NUMBER The call for outdoor track candidates this year met with a gratifying response as is cvidcnced lrelow. A turnout like this enables the coaches to see what new talent is available for future learns at Bonner. lm- ia s ,ta FLYING Hlfllle-Jaltc Lincoln and llill Sncll gracefully fly over the hurdles at rt daily prac- tice session. ,4 ru, 3- .Guy- , ,ur-1: 'A ' ' iv S- +s"ETfI'ff" MERMEN MARVELS . . . CITY 'S QNWFI Nl x ' .J ,mf WF! QNWFI 'ff stil Up gil Ulf, ' n tttlllf I I nl X 4 80 PROUDLY WE PRESENT the 1959 City Champions: tseated, l. to r.l R. Hamilton J. Neuher. T. Hagen, F. Duffy, R. Harlan, P. Ranieri. captaing Ralph Santclli. Sperr, J. Ressel, J. Lavin. tMiddle Row! Fr. Yan Rreda. moderator: l.. Coyle managerg M. Mulqueen, C. Ryan, W. Hamilton, J. Ullman, J. Goldschmidt, Conroy, D.' Delaney. W. Dellevigne. R. Morman: lTop Row! J. Mulqueen. E. Columho. E. Sutter, W. Feehery, J. M1-Fadden. J. Hamilton. R. Herwilt, manager: R. Hudecheck. D. Mcllonnell, R. Ramspacher. J. Sieno, T. Lavin. J. Egan. H. Benson, C. Schafer. Missing from picture is John Klosowski, manager. and Joe Wackerman. tLefti Captain Phil Ranieri led the Friars to the title this year. Phil was once more undefeated in the League in his specialty, the 100-yard Butterfly. The Friar lnermen wrote another glorious chapter in the annals of Bonner prowess on the sea. A glance at the log book for 1959 reveals that the victors this year returned home with an unblemishcd record- -- a clean sweep of the Catholic League and a resounding final blow in the defeat of Northeast Public for the City Championship. Posting a 10-0 record in the Catholic League this year, the Friar mar- iners have an enviable two-year record. Relying principally on a bench full of young, talented, and highly-touted undcrclassmen, the Friars, because of this depth of talent, were able to defeat Northeast by the decisive tally of 51-35. Russ Harlan had a banner first year as Bonner's swimming coach and he has built well for thc future. Sopho- mores and Juniors set new school records this year and the underclass- men seem perfectly capable of carrying on a tradition of championship swimming at Bonner. p c - . li P 6' Ii by A-- ,.p A I ,NIH5 QNIIFI CHAMPIONS OYERSEERS UF TIIE UNDER-SEA-ERS Fullu-r WWI- liam Yam llre-alan Ili-ftl was tht- nimlvraltor and Mr. Russ Harlan trighli wan tht- vmwli nf this ya'zlr's 1'llilIIlIIl0lIS of tllv wntvrssnys. Thr- mitldln' me-n are Mr. Paul Valen- tine- and Mr. Roln-rt Cnllirr, hoth of whom rvntlf-rvfl valuable ZISSISIAIIICC to the loam throughout thc season. R.-ll,l,Y ROUND 'l'lII'1 Ifl.,-XC. BOYS :intl rally they tlicl. Um' fra-1'-lylv rvluy lt'1llIl svt a nvw whool record this ya-nr and plan-ml sm-coml in tht- Nationals at Villanova. Thi, Innrfonn- comihtml of ll. tu r.I ,lzwlx Egan, Phil llalnivri, llLIl'l'y Il:-thou. :tml ,lurk M1'l"mldm-tl. At the right, llill llalmillun anal Iloh Illtlflllilll arc in Complete agree- mm-nt on 1-Ixznnpionaliip form. 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Rea, R. Melntyre F. Morrissey, R. Campbell. SIIOOTINU THE llUl,l. Boll Camplvell. lliek Melntyre. and Frank Morrissey take aim on target AIMING TO PLEASE After having completed its seeond year of league competition, the Bonner Rifle Team has taken another l'l,EASlNC l'ERl70RlilANffE Father Spinelli and Father Hughes examine a target whieh has been at the merey of a Bonner rifle- man. The fine work and guidanee of these two devoted priests makes riflery a reality at Bonner. step in its lruilding proeess. The team, whieh was first organized four years ago. is heginning to look as though it will he competing for quite some time. If the hopes of ohtaining a range on which the team eould practice are realized, this will undoubtedly help to solidify these efforts. Fathers Spinelli and Hughes have given a great deal of time to the development of the team, and with their further efforts Bonner's rifle team will soon be an ll, xf ' established athletic activity. POTENT PATIENCE - Mike Rea eare- fully sights his target to insure a perfect hit. J FINE FORM AND FERYENT HOPESW Joe Heller dis- plays a smooth, conhdent delivery. Joe was an important asset to the team and played a big part in its success. Confidence was a primary factor in the team's march to the championship. OPEN FOR CRITICISM Members of the ,l.V. Bowling team scrutinize the efforts of one of their teammates. In this way they discover the cause of their "light hits" or "splits," Father LaHart tcenterl is the moderator of the .l.V. Bowling team. A WINNING COMBINATION---From left to right: J. Wagner, J. Heller, N. lJiMarin0, .l. Forsyth, Fr. Dombay, C. Andersen, S. Crabias, C. Ricevuto, C. Murphy. Cll- 4 l The 1959 Bonner lrowlers completely dominated the Southern division of the Catholic League with the striking record of 29 matches won and 3 matches lost. A victory over North Catholic gave us the Catholic League title. The Friars then met Southern High in a City Championship howl oil' and walked od with another city title for the men of Bonner. Although there was no outstanding individual star on the team, whenever an exceptional performance was needed, there was always someone to provide it. The team was essentially comprised of Seniors and was coached very ahly lay Rev. Charles Uomlpay and his assistant, Rev. Richard LaHart. ES-Ex I f PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT--Several members of the Bowling team go through the preliminary chatting and preparations before a praetice session. Practive made chain ions out of this team KING PINS- PI NNING DOWN A CHAMPIONSHIP "THIS ONE CANT MISS," mutters John Wag- ner as hc completes his final round. John, thc leadoff man of the team, always set a precedent his teammates endeavored to follow. ,,.............. ... ...-.. ... BOWLING RECORD BONNER OPP. 3 ...... .., West Catholic .... ... 1 4 .,.,. St. James ...,,. 0 4 St.Thomas More. 0 3 ... ... Bishop Neumann ... I lim. ...St.,lantes.,.... ...1 4 ,,. ... Wvest Catholic ..... .4. 0 4 .,, ..,.... Bishop Neumann .,.... ... 0 4 ..... . St. Thomas More ,.....,.... U Catholiv League Championship 3 ,.,,.,..... North Catholic , ..........., 1 JUST A l,lTTl,E MORE Stan Crabias, a stellar member of Bonn:-r's Championfhip Bowling team, completes his round with a 619 series. s, I-90-DI It ,. .vw - ' -. " s".ltee'fi.f"',fx-'j.- .fs A V f' w7.'.Qx1 NF' , . . F ,X xsa1's's:ff'Q 5'Whq- n.?.3.:' L. - - 4 ,KQJ swsfg- ,EX .Qfj is-.. wg iii-i'.kx.' Q t V - Q - .ws 5' "9-we Q.i,.s ...EL if wx ,- +1-ws. ' Q S . .H e ,ssl Ywyig., alt-,S . is Zgwlg' I. - 1 . ,vang s J. --.ff f' . -Q Prim-af' 4' Wifi' is we 51 vw TAKE TEE AND SEEAMirroring form and grace that indicate long hours of practice, Tom Holden "tees off" on an expertly executed fairway shot. Tom's performances will have great bear- ing on the success of the golf team. 90 2... MAKING A PITCH-Father Dreger moderator of the golf team demonstrates the correct grip for a pitch shot to a group of avid listeners. Included among the future masters of the fairways are fstandingl J. Nelson J Klein W. Shirlock C. ODonnell' ikneelingl P. Peck T. Holden. MASTERS OF THE FAIRWAYS In keeping with the varied attractions and exhibitions of the Worlds Fair, Bonners Pa vilion has also taken on a diversified showing. One of the exhibits which helps to round out the sports program is the skillful sport of golf. Golf, as Fr. Dreger, coach and moderator of the Friars, will tell you, isn t an easy sport. It . takes a great deal of practice and skill. Father has hopes this season of capturing the League Crown. Naturally, all depends on thc hoys who make up the team. .loe Nelson, a three-year veteran, and Tom Holden, also a fine performer, will he the nucleus of the squad. Anxiously we await the Swish of the clulm and the shrill yell of "ford, down the fairways bringing forth another vie- tory for Bonner. . R, 1 V , s Q 4 i 'A , At 1 K P . tr 'K t 'N . i . sg? Vi' -5- t . a ig! S ir R ,W ek l at " ft 1 , ', - 5 I ' 4 , " i 'I .' .J s A l 1 ' H' ' I' X i A ix' ' .iff - .e I t all .being E gilt, v- - . ' J a ,LK .L J 'Q X '.,,.r' 'U ,f rf 5 ,K ai fi THE l959 BONNER TENNIS TEAM takes pride in presenting its memhers: flcft to rightl Rev. Henry Scanlan. 0.S.A., Vincent MclVlanaman, Carl Avenick, Thomas Lucas, Francis Recd, Thomas liynam, James Munro, Rev. Neil McGettigan, 0.S.A.g Ikneelingl Willianl Allard, James Corr, William Manfredi, James Russell, Michael Fitzpatrick. This spot is the scene of much of the practice of the Bonner tennismen throughout the entire season. SERVICE WITH A SMILE RIGHT F0REHAND4Father McCettigan demonstrates the proper way to execute a forehand to Jim Corr, as Senior stalwarls, Vince MeManaman and Willie Allard, make a mental note of the proceedings. The fighting Friars of the '59 Bonner tennis team hope to improve the mediocre 4-5-1 record of last year and to asccnd once again to the Catholic League Championship. This title, won hy the 1957 team, was the first in the schoolis hricf history. The '59 439' . 4 5, team. dominated hy untlerclassmcn, must V overcome the threats of St. ,loseplfs Prep, LaSalle, and others in order to realize their T dream. The deficit in experience will he if surpassed hy hard practice and the coaching at of Fathers NIcGettigan and Scanlan. lf success comes this year, we can he sure of 460 N two thingsfit was efliectcal hy a rr-al team . effort and it will continue for the next few X '35 -'tv I N X years. ATOM SMASHERS Once more the Frlars lnvaded the dlamond w1th a star studded nlne Last years club turned ln a tldy 44 record and this same ball club returns almost lntact this vear Father Thompson has taken over the dual role of coach and moderator for the 1959 season Wlth help from Fr Mullen and Mr Sabol he hopes to hrlghtcn the Bonner athletic scene Wllll our third league crown of the vear Slncc pltchlng IS the key to OPCIIIIIU' the door to a successful baseball season, the Frlars feel extremely confident thls year Last vears adequate pltehlng staff returns Intact, rlch 1n the experience galned last year, and bolstered by several very promlslng newcomers Richie Radzlak IS all set for BASEBALL S HALI OF FAME 1t Bonner is composed of the following ffront rowl fqecond Rowl Denny De P'1ul Bob Delaney fminlgerl Father Mullen fmodermtorl I :ther Thompson Notch? Tom Qahol 1 1 t coamhb Lhuck Slll0l6 Ind ,Ink M1Hile QTh1rd Rowl Jerry Pohllg Bill Muller lass! manager? Leon SCCCIH and Tom Redden fasst manager? l 'II' Nln 1 . . . . - . . , . . . . . , U , . . , . . ' .f . , . . . , . . , . Charley Ric-evuto, Richie Rndziak, Joe Cothie, Bill Kearns, and Tony Scarcelle. t . , f 1 1 , . , 71 'a ,, . ass. ' ,' ,z A' 'a . 7 ' 7 7 I N 1 4 L, i cu . . . N , l ..- li- ""9' ii.. ig-.Q f-..... ' - 'li 'inn Nil - tf, iii'-Q' sf,-iii ' iig nuqgi -Qff nh" ting ,...,,,,M v s lv it " 'Q 3' , if 5' up ...,,, , 1 1 iff-,1,, ' fiwlyf 1: w"""1f'Jr"+7.,f.-.,.,,1 -'S'-Il Q63 lip. 'Pwr ff A. :L y 'QQ xy "' ' W .hm .,,, ..-. .,...-:Y ,244 Y'-FR -7 'A -.ibn ' ?",,.n up-uv 1. . . . - . , u. In -4nw4"Nq,, w fp " 5:-vs 5 .4-sf' Y ' 251 .f. W V , r . V I, Lf. uh Mtg. . I Q, . , ,- ., YJ, -s'.'ui'- 'nik .swf ..n,,- :Y-6 -..iv , 'A '.,.,R, V-.1 V 1, -k , 'faq '..,f,'7Nf"'.,JIV7v .". ' '31 P- f-f4"s,.'4,. -' -4' 2 . ,, E J V., , 'H .f- .i . .L LOOK AT THAT! -Early in the practice season our priest-coach, Father Thompson, has enough confidence in his "boys" to point out thcir prowess to his assistant Tom Sahol while Father Mullen stands smugly hy, hesitating to offer any comment. ff-sw-5f 5, p ri, P -'nf' , 1-:ww-ffi iA'X - 'weft JP' 23, x.: -S. 'auth ..,, ,fri "WHAT D'YA THINK, JOE?"- Fr. Thompson consults with his "' captain Joe Gothic before a practice session. Joe, a three ycar 'Pl' veteran on thc diamond, is Bonner's double threat to all opponents, for he covers the centerfield slot very nicely and swings a club that practically shatters any hopes of the opposing pitcher. Bill Kearns winds up. INTRAMURALS FIRST AND TEN-A wild scramble for the hall takes place during a hard-fought intramural game as referee Joe Radano moves in to call a jump hall. Su:-h displays of hustle and fight were not uncommon in these games because of the determination of each participant and of the team as a whole to go all out when playing. A HOT CROUNDER One of the more tul- ented events of Green and Wllitc Day is the softball game among the four classes of students. Q4 .fr .ij V . 7 ' 'S 5' Q0 Wy '--ii .-.31 Inu-a. -xfst,."',f' Y E gif, M 7 152.1 1 9' ,A '-4' X- is .1 ln the past three years a well rounded, eomplete. intramural program has been developed at Bonner under the com- petent direetion of Father Rolbert Burke, 0.S.A. 'l'he program ineludes track, lraslxethall, howling and various events whieh take plaee on Green and Wfhitc Day. Under the supervision of Fr. Burke who schedules the games and playofls, ehainpions in the various sports are determined. O 4' 4 Dsfollvi S .,' J 8 Q.. smug. OUT-REACIIEIJ ,lust out-reaelling his opponent hy int-hes, Don Miller snags a relround. while the other members of his team patiently wait for the- lmall. Itveryone partieipating in the intramural games always displays the fiery spirit. the quality of sportsmanship, and the desire to win wllieh char- aeterize all sueh events. VVINNINC HANDS DOWN The ssheellnarrow raee creates a good spirit of eompetition among the contestants and at the same time provides quite a few laughs for the spectators. any a.wQv-.aa...san.-ass...-...m...x.+,Q. M21-AQ-Q11-wx-M.-v.wfwua.mw4nw'wg,N ' - .-r H4 .. MAYBE... full: -52- . XM- , M, ,,. L V 5 as . Q ,..,f ,K ,X .. .,1,s.. , , .gf . Mggm jf Q ' v 111,309 "UU gmc Q Q2 S' T' sus? 2 - r S E Q 2: . . .,,. .Q 31355-5 ffiffiflf A ' L Qgiwisfg. 5 Q MN? -'i ' as X A545 - midi' , 1 ik ,4 5 A 1 X ,, -Q. L.., AL'L1 5 ,yi ,qcgwi-1 Y .Gif Q A 31 Aff Sa Rw- :N gag fm. big. XO 4 ,..,,,,g,Nxm. , ' MQ! 4 ?' 'Y 9' I , 9't ,Q 4 Nj, v . gras 3533 " ' LHP. ff fx K, . gg f K -X ww K Q, .1 - , 4,agx,,.x j" ' A' vim SPHERE CDF ACTIVITIES H. Thu- splivrv of avlirilivs ul lhv lg0llIH'l' pavilion whirls aml lravvls in a with' orhil that 1'llillI:ll'S lilu' lhv vivw from ll jvl airlinvr. Thus. 1'Yl'l'y slumlvnt can svlvct thc' onm- or more l'1'l'l'l'- alionzll oullvts host suilml lo his tzlslvs aml talvnls. Thcsc au-lixitivs soon Iwi-onu' an illli':.'Il'ill part of thi' hofs high school lifv. and svlwc' lo alvvvlop his llllilillllu lH'l'SOIl'llilV F . .. llvarlily supporlml lay lhv zuhninistralion, avtivilics often hring honors lo B0lllll'l'., coloring thv history of thc SK'll00l and giving lhv priclv of an-oniplislnncnt to tho participants. Thr' intvr-school C0llllN'lllI0ll amply prvparvs the stuslcut for the wimlc worhl ol' competition that awaits him after graduation. giffiffkiif-'ifz'-'wif A ' ' -wr Q ,' 1 " THE HA PPIE S T MILLIONA IRE jk sei ag fAbo1'0l Two romplclc casts of dramatis personas enter- tained the audiences who saw "The Happiest Millionaire." Cast l tat top! featured Gerald West as the eccentric Mr. Drexel. illlirlrlleb Ray Letulle gets wharked by Bob Spent-e's guided muscle. tlielowl Cast 2, with Mike Cun- ningham as Mr. Drexel, gave the final performance before a large Sunday night audience. A LOVER'S QUESTION--True romance blossoms despite many problems and questions. Cordy tFrances Lyons? questions the proposal of marriage from her lover, Angier. Mr. Drexel, however, is all for the idea. 3 I cu A. .pw . ag 5' f' ydrv 1 --ss-N The Monsignor Bonner High School Dramatic So- ciety is the oflicial name of one of the school's largest activities. Behind this eoldly formal title stands a veritable army of fun-loving students, supported and supervised by a goodly number of faculty members. Combine the acting talents of Bonnermen with those of girl students recruited from nearby schools and add the touch of an efficient stage crew, and you have the winning formula that has netted success to the club's many endeavors. During the course of its existence, the club has de- veloped and matured, each year taking ever greater strides towards theatrical success. The size of the audi- ences indicates the enthusiasm which greets each pro- duction. ' "EEK, A REl'TlLE," screams l.ois i Grayson as she spots "father's" newest pet. Mr. Drexel's insistence that alli- gators are fun is no consolation. f MY HERO - Love conquers all as J Cordy tlssy Mr-Keonl embraces An- ' gier Dukes and gives him a surprise usmackf' Having presented several comedies, the group showed its versatility last year in the presentation of a Passion Play, which, even in this atomic age, remains the greatest drama of all. Each year, the work of a notable playwright is sc- lected and then transformed into a Bonner stage pro- duction. Between these two actions lie endless hours of memorization, practice, adaptation, set construction, electrical work, rehearsal, publicity, promotion, and just plain work. This ycar's musical variety show brought to the fore a fund of seemingly limitless talent upon which the Dramatic Club can draw with profit in the years to come. 'Y rl 2:-3: '54 5' " " 's 2 ,Tr s LAP xii x "THE BARTER 'fl Q yi, k 4 3 lbflr Lf: l M4-. ..., On the evenings of tlle twenty- nintll ancl tliirtietll of llI2ll'l'll., B0nner's Dl'illllH Club presented a Passion Play, their seeontl pro- duetion of the 1958 Season. Willie Bill'lCl'-, wus written lry Urlran Nagle, 0.P., :mtl centers about the politieul eonspiraey preceding the arrest, suffering, and death of Christ. '-Tb ..f"' .di THEY COULD IIAVF DANCE!! ALI, NIGHT 'Jim Murphy, Tom Gill, and Bob Spenee rehearse a danee nuinher with their eharming partners. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers had noth- ing on these couples. "MlI,KMAN'S ON HIS WAY," would certainly fit this situation as Fr. Laf- erly lnids farewell to Mr. Joseph Hayes, director of the musical, after a long and tiring praetiee session. Plans for the next praeliee were sometimes made at these momentary meetings of the director and moderator. ,w5sall"f'W' .ji - TAKE TIME OUT" The Class of '59 witnessed the first niusieal revue at Bonner. a show studded with hits in' skits. It featured flawless showmanship rival- ling Br0adway's lnest. The stars and starlettes of "Take Time Uutw ushered in professional perforlnanees that merited repeated eurtain ealls from enthusiastic audienees. As the surround- ing photos indieate, the east was a large one, slightly I'l"St'llllPlfllg the nnlnlmers in a Delllille produetion. Studying the pietures even more closely, one might deteet the presenee of a few hams, hut then. that's what makes show lrusi- ness. Many thanks are owed Mr. Joseph llayes, whose direetion hrought polish to the latent talents of the east. The erowd ealne to see a good show hut they actually saw a great one. ,,.- BONNER RIVALS BROADWAY LEAVE IT T0 THE l,l'lAl7ER5 The two mastermind: who direet the Stage erew are Father James Elliott. 0.S.A., and Larry Anastasi, stage manager. Their combined efforts keep lraelntage ruekus to an limit and give both themselves and their crew plenty lo do. xii i Lf' 'f 1 z':sxf ' cg-sw ARMS AWAY Male east memlners are seen rehearsing a prorlnetion numlver. Thi, lximl of pieture putf you in the llll0l0f!,l'1lllll4'l'.S plaee :intl with sueh a arene before you, eoultl you hold a straight face? BROAITWUKY PROSPECTS "Take Time Out" took plenty of free time out of the after-hi-hool hours of the east, hut the hours of work at re- hearsal were equally fun-filletl. With a little push flat-footecl lfredtlies founal out they eoulrl rlanee antl they aetually liltefl it. Off-key Of-- ualdf learnecl to earry a time without giving the composer any poftponecl ulcers. Besides, with so many ellarming misses arounal, a fellow juat ean't help liking to "take time out." POINTEIJ ARGUMENT Pencil-pointing Dick Cordy sharpens his tech- nique in a praclicc scsfion in the library. Honneris debzllers enjoy a national reputation for excellence, and Dick Cordy has been in the fron! lines parry- ing with words and ideaf that have anured forcnbic success. TAIXLE TALK Pictured in the fchnol library are the members of the de- bating lr-am in an informal powwow. Such practice sessions prepare for succcfs in conlefls and tournaments. Left lo right are: Joseph Triolo, John Jcnncman, Richard Gordy, Frank Batlaglia, Denis Suplce, and John Valentine. iff nfs' ew! N , Qgwwu 5 9 ' I 5 ax.-fam! I. ----.......,gl PAVILION PARLEY BUYS XVITH THE BRONZE Flanriing before the Aunlins and Father Erdlcn are some of the trophies awarded lo our dcbalers. There are only a rcprceenlalion of lhc numerous plaques and prizes gathered by the debating lc-am in lhcir jaunls and journeys. Elllllllllllllgllllllllllll XF! Nfl i ui-' L X ': 5 IWFHAM V 4'L , 'f , D bw , .1 A good worcl can vusily lm saliml ulmut thosv who have llllltlt' it an hallrit of saying gmail worrls, tht- vvry lwst worcls. llmnivr has :always lwvn at powvl' to l't'l'li0ll with in ilu- lillllltllll' Fnwlisiv Irf'ilQIlll'. :intl lust your thc Austins gnimwl l-lll'llli'l' prvstigv hy plan-ing thirtl in thc Nationals ut 5illlt'ilg10. lillllPl' tha' czlpulnlv glllllillll't' of u nvw lll01l1'l'tll0l'.. llvv. llnrry l'ir4llvn, USA., our high flying stailwairts ol' thc' pmliuin uphvhl tlu' stauulartls of Bunm-r xlvlmting anal om-0 lll0l'4' rclurncd homo with thvir Slllll't' of the XS'llllll"l'-S l1llll'l'lS. All future tlchatvrs ul lg0lllll't' lulvv to svt thcir visions high to rvuch thc hvights of thvir lu'c4lccc'sso1's. l'll.NliTlCE lll.NKl"iS l'ERl"l'ilfTl lllvlowl John XY1ll0l'llll1f' and John ,lt'llIll'lIl2lII n-lux in ilu- qui:-I atnmsplu-rv ol' thx- library as thvy pwpzlrv tha-ir Illillt'l'l1ll. Thr Senior John 0xpl'c'srr's approval ol his junior 1'0ll1'il11llQ'-5 ilI'l!,llIllQ'lIlS. 1Righ1r Frank Bnttalglial, Sl stzilmlrt nn-lnlwr ol tliv Auslins, was one ol their most consirtcnt 'lllll iiulividuul xx innurs. X llllli illlllllfllllllllfill 1 . 14"U',- A nu in l . 3 nrrviuvniniiuriiirn n-an-ro-nnnuunnnu :u-n-n-nuns-nu-nn-o ':l'!!!!!2!!!!!!!!!'.!!l NEW' Al75Tl'Y l.l'iAl7Fll I.-Klum:-D ln hi- lirft ymn' as th-lullilip, llllNl1'l'- zltor. l'v2llllCl' lirlllvn, 0.5.-X.. has rontinum-cl lo llplllilll the- high ftumlnrds of pu-I ya-:urs in prmluring amnllwr winning tvnni ol Allslllls. 4l,4-fn John Yuls-nlinc and llvniw Snplm- arc pivturctl pn-purinp, thc allirnni- tive pofilion fur an upvoining mlolmtc. if. .S 5 r L Ll'f ' v 5, 'LM i 2 -. -E Z ii 2 . l ii 2 ,, ia 3 1 5555555555 LLLLA 5555555555 55555 5555555555 55555 5555555555 S5555 5555555555 55555 5555555555 55555 5555555555 55555- 5555555555 55555 llllllllll llllm llllllllll llllm flllllllllI llllm lllllllllll llllll lllllllllll llllll l n1f+1iwifZL, ' . COLORFUI. MOMENTS OF CHAMPIONS -iillovcl Standing at attention is thc llonnvr color guard. familiar sight with thc' marvhing hand, marshallcd by hWOI'dSl'llilll Rin-hard Mvlnlyrv. lRighH Mr. Edxsard J. Kent, Hand Dirvvlor, and Fr. John Cafe-y, 0.5.1. Band Mndvratnr. proudly display the' Alllvrl A. kllC1'lll Memorial Trophy, firft plan' award in thv llatholir lmaguc Hand Contest. lllvlowl The band entertains the fp:-vlalors fluring half-time with one of its complicated drill formations. This one ig known as the "l'imshccl." THE MUSIC MEN THE CHAMPICJNS We proudly PICSCHI the award wmnmg 59 verslon of the Monslgnor Bonner High School marchlnff lnnd .Iudved beet .xmonfv eleven Cathollc bands of the area matchmff ln heated compctltlon, the Bonner muslclans captured top honors lll the C-dIll0llC League Band Contest Indeed, thls was a 11101111 ddv for the handemen, a trxumph which rewarded not onlv thelr own eflotte, but also those of their devoted dlrector, Mr Edwald Kent We salute these men ln green and gray the MUSIC Men of Bonner' . . -, . . ' r rs ' ' 1- K ' rv , U , . 1 u 1 1 k 4 ' . L . 1 . l ' , . 1 l was ,, . N -4' ,I 4. MUSIC IN THE AIR Ilvforf' 0lIlIHll'IiiI1g on thc trip to Yillaumvu Slzulium, an group of IHIIIIISHIPIT peer into the llllllilllfilllll. Thvir alll:-nlion is prolvulrly Iming held hy one- of thu farm-ml pre-gunlv jam sessions put on by their fellow Illl'lllIll'l'S. I A A X ' 99 .X x A, 5' "' ' - ggilgx -Lug-?,:ff - hc:-. r ' . I" , az' V I ' , Q? 'f 1 A 'N ' '-ir - f I .A "TY,5Y'v+a"" 150- 1 ' 251 ' 'V - ' .av - " ' I' ' 'I Uv" F EA'-JW?"1fQ'3". 1' 5" 'isfff N Q7 I glib I , if - .. I ' 7' . . . I- fl H- -i fx: 1 I E . ' , ' ' 5 Q f' ff - If "1 I . 3 - w.2I-IJLK I , . oo- FR KASFY DFI IFHTQ The gvnml moderator of the hand Pr Lasey, thanks the .nudnnce for its warm re- ccpuon of the concert band ' Kp' ilfaw nn , .rf -Q' ,sw P "BEST BAND IN THE LAND" REST lf00'l' l"0llYYXlllT lfln-hing lfn-el llunln Arnlln-cl lhrongh hir lufl ye-nr an ll0lllll'l' anal In-nl Ihr lmnalsnn-n in lln-ir I!,l'l'1ll triumph in tho annual llilllll vonlvfl. A ,M'l'A'I5'lf' f--. VT ww N -1 .QS-.!'. -1 . N.. .M Y vo , 'llllli 5ll'll.l'l OI' l'lQRl"l'Ill'lll0Y ll:-lnrv mnrrhing onto nhl- lillal ul the lnnnn Ihr llonnvr IIlllhll'l1lIlS :-Ialnfl all nllf'nIion. A llilNlf'Nh infpvvlmn unnpln 1 Inna: musir :lnrl Illilfflllllg, xnvritn-cl for the-fr nu-n Ihr- rhannpionfllip 1 u uw am Ellgll'-S QZHIIIP. TUBAS TlCl,l, Tlllq T.-Xl.l'l lllvlxmi l,4-fl nnln tha' livlel lay ll -vxhl of lnln pl nu ll 4 llunnl r llancl hvgins um' of thc- rumplvx rnnlinn-F whim-ll vzlrnvfl for tha-nl llli l ulhullu l 1 ugnu h unpl ship. The addition of the-an fix mlm- rurnpll-tml Ihe- "nom look of thu xv n lu n Tlu- "lle'-I llnnll in Ihr l.an1l" fliwpluyf il, tale-nh all h.lll-limv lhl n nxlnnnnnl plmu 11 il wvlvolllv zulclilion all the fnolhalll gannvs. ,9'Z"" '33 EQ? ' Q A .,, .,,,' Q -4. , 1 F 'f fb' . . , ,1 11" W I ' 2 , i V I e t, 2 t ,, , i .Z i ' 5 5' ' 1 5,'fi E :3 ' il ,s V l ll N. i CONWAY CROONS The Bonner Singers are pictured as they appeared on Open llouse night with soloist Dick Conway. The enthusiasm of this large group of students and their support of this new activity indicate a successful future for the Bonner Singers. VOICE OF BONNER ITRESSED IN l"OllM:'tl, ATTIRE, the llonner singers hold a captive audi- ence during thc All-Catholic Band Concert. Their appearance supplemented the orchestra's music and hccause of their line performance, they have mer- itcd a permanent place in these concerts. Under the baton of their ex- perienced leader, Father Doherty, they are expected to reach even greater heights in the coming years. On Open House Night 1959, the resonance of sixty-seven male voices raised in song filled the auditorium. This debut of the Bonner Singers climaxed many long hours of work learning the high notes, the low notes, and all the in-between notes. Newly formed this year, the singing group has become, under the very ahle leader- ship of Father Edward Doherty, O.S.A., a popu- lar addition to the music department of Bonner. Our Singers appeared in many events during the year including the comhined effort with Cardinal Dougherty's Glee Cluh at the All- Catholie Band Concert in which they were rc- ceived with great aeclamation and applause. The entire school joins in wishing them much success in the future. 'fan AROUND THE PIANO at an informal practice session are Father Doherty and his singers. . F Y M K ' T' ' ,J I' 1-.-sl' T as i The "' e 'f i 52 i.a,?N'r. T A Q A. A, f ". ' 'df if 4 Q3- ,ifk . T if bi! xv ' f T .g ftf , if gf ' 'f aff i x i , 5' ,V W1 ,Zi 1 3 ,sv fa... K9 Ri' , is .T 5 fy ig 1- If - .,,, .- V, 'r f41.f..'1l XQNOR 80 4 T T , I il , I i yy A T x 4 ' -ggi H .Q br f Z' ' Y 'al ii ti Q . ' T T I I All :ii K... 'ln V 'Th The ' if b 5" A 5 ' if 'Ms' ' mia I W I , 1 .' . . V 2 ,1 T , T I , , The Zona-'700 The ft The 4 'M Taq 2?w1'7:0 SOPHHTICATEIJ SVVINC -- - Combining the strenuous sounds of brass with the mellow tones of reeds, the llonairs have heeome famous for their swing hand music reminiscent of the Dor- sey and Miller styles of old. Pictured ileft to righ-tl are Joseph Michalec. John Campagne, Michael Kozimpel, Charles Murter, .lohn Dulik, Carl Grassini, Matthew Callaghan, Gene Mc- Cuiness. James Barrett, William Hawkins, Robert Guenther, Joseph Smith, Peter DiBona, Richard Carchinsky, John Simkiss, and Charles Murphy. B-SHARP, B-FLAT, B-NATURAL As an added incentive to the more ahle musicians in the hand, Mr. Kent has established a school dance hand. Now in their seeond year, "The Bonairsn are heeoming proficient artists hccausc of their many engagements. These preparatory appearances all lead up to the annual dance hand contest in which our HBonairsH usually make a fine showing. With their new tuxedos and mono- grammed handstands. Bonneris dance hand rivals many groups of professional music makers. When these men take the stand, rhythm and blues take the forefront in sharp contrast to the more elassieal pieces rendered by the concert hand. Those who visit our pavilion are thus entertained by the merry tones of Bonner's Bon- airs. lhp lite Q . wp we l 012405 T .1- l" gf 3017613 9 V ' 2 0 T y2?0f1f11Z'z4 T5 6 i T as u I 'i a M ' u ..f. " 4' dr ss If -1 ' ' 1, VT 1' -f. , ',.", " "A .A 1 ls, .17 , , ' .-r-.m e Q . ...1 - , 'W , , x XX ,Q mx X. s...,,,,N 5 if flfflalkkifa' f X-Q y Av 9 'jab I I 3 T sis. 3. 211 It took large crews of hehind-the-scenes men to transform the many FAMOUS FATHERS Ahove is Mr. John Egan, l'rcsidcnt of thc Fathers and Sons Association. ln his tcrm of office hc has witnessed the repeti- tion of success that comes to all events spon- sored hy the cluh. At the right, Mr. Thomas l.avin takes time out from the Parents, Dance to discuss plans for Sports Night with Fr. Ber- nard J. l,amond, sshilc co-moderator Father Willialnl Murray looks on. exhihits at the Brussels Wlorld's Fair from the hlueprint stage to reality. There is a similar group at Bonner, without whose hclp and support our exhihit would not hold such interest. Known as the Fathers and Sons Association, the organization is kept constantly active with affairs and events held to raise funds for its worthy projects. lts short history has heen highlighted hy the conducting of several Bonner Carnivals and the annual presentation of a star-studded Sports Night. The spir- itual needs of the lllCllllN'l'S are emphasized hy the yearly Father-Son Communion Breakfast. ln the realization of the great deht owed hy them to this association, the voices of the men of Bonner join in a meaningful and appreciative "thank you!" THEY SAID IT COUl.DN'T BE DONE -But the Bonner parents did dance up a storm at the Parents' Dance. Thcy waltzcd across the same gym floor on which their sons rock, hop, and cha-cha-cha. HAMMOND HARMONY'-A group of the bandmothers gath- ers around the organ to be entertained by the inimitable Father Casey. Such informal sessions brighten the proceed- ings at Bandmothers' meetings. BANDMGTHERS Initiated six years ago with the formation of the Bonner Marching Band, the Bandmothers Associa- tion has worked incessantly to provide the needed instruments and uniforms for hand members and the salaries for the instructors assisting Mr. Kent. Tile efforts of these hard-working women were re- warded this year when the hand won the Catholic League Championship for the first time in its brief history. As a reward for this superior achievement of the handsmen and in appreciation for their long hours of practice, thc handmothers entertained these distinguished musicians at a testimonial banquet. We salute these devoted ladies who deserve a share in the acclaim won hy the Bonner Marching Band. CHRISTMAS CIIATTER Father Bonarcorsi is sur- rounded hy a cluster of handmothers who are en- gaged in their favorite sportwchatting. slug, 4 if '4 4l--- A W'El.COME GUEST Father Gallagher, always a strong supporter of the hand's activities, pays a visit to the bingo party sponsored by the Bandmothers Association. lie is posed here with the band moder- ator. Father Casey, and a group of cluh members. Through activities such as this, uniforms and instru- ments are purchased for the band. ,. e at vt., - .sk Ali Q 5 W I 'lx In t S-5 Q- . X J ,,..--I -S DEYOTED T0 DUTY' tflliovel The Chapel is a famil- iar sight to these women ln-cause of the many hours they have spent in keeping it elean. In addition they eare for the other altars and liturgieal furnishings ol' the faeully house. Their saeriliee is readily made- and their work is deeply appreeiated. llleloisl At their annual Day of Reeolleetion. the altar society is shown being addressed hy the Rev. Thomas Shea, 0.S.A. HANDMAIDS OF THE LORD Moved hy the Christian spirit of self-saerifiee, the Altar Society undertakes the huge task of eleaning and repairing the altar faeilities of the faeulty house. This group of unheraldetl women is responsilsle for the spotless eondition of the altar linens and vestments. Through their work of relieving the tneinher:-1 of thc faculty of these lnenial tasks. they have given the Augustinians many amldetl hours for the important work whieh only priests ean do. Sinee their ineeption five years ago, mueh of their time has heen given to this noble activity and they are well deserving of a sincere vote of thanks. Y if A x Q W K H- ,WW Y W , , , 0 X 1 ,, V ' V ' Y 8 I .60 w f I V X ial li N Q Q V ' ' :Q ,A L. ' , ,4 1 14' vs 2 . . - N ,' 1 , 'ww .Q5-' A W g,ll'Bl --8 via xxx-Q, 5 452 ,Q L' . l I X V ' , J' XX . -s 1, , , if .Y 52 ,Q ir. ' '95 ii ,JN 1 , Q .i. 3 if Xgkjl f 1 j , fl! Ki wa' I A "N" P PLANNERS- 'The artis- tie talents of Bonner men were drawn upon onec again through the formation this year of an Art and Poster club. The elub has already proved itself of invalua- ble assistanee with serviees which vary from the pnblieity of coming school events to the positive hols- tering of school pride and spirit by its timely posters. ln this photo, Fr. Cook, 0.S.A., the moderator of this infant eluh, offers some worthy suggestions to his willing workers. ll0NNl'iR'S BOOSTERS! Spirited men of ideas at Bonner stteeess- fully initiated a eheering sertion for elexating our athletes when the competition gets partienlarly keen. .Xt lnaslxetlrall games and the ehampionship suim meet, these "mad-hatters" supplied the "booster" shot that tiring athletes sometimes need. is ci 3 'L Nas- X S- GRCDUP DYNAMICS 'N ,Q REPORTEIVS ROUNDUPA-Gathered around the editor-in-chief is the baekbone of the Spiro Staff Athe reporters. Through their efforts the news is gathered and brought to the press room for final crystallization. lx COMMUNICATIGNS CENTER It -it Edward Manning Editor in-chief Inherent in the basis of nearly every sueeessful organization is an eflieient method of distributing news to its members. Bonner is no exception to this belief, since it maintains a cap- able staff of journalists whose talents are directed toward this end. To the average student, the workings of the Spire staff seem minute. l.ittle does he realize the number of after-sehool hours spent in preparation for an issue. Harb month, peneils serawl over rough drafts, while typewriters patter and transform the scrawlings into publisheris eopy. The result of this work is another "Spire,,' wlliell will eon- tinue to hold its revered spot as the 'ieommunications centcri, at the Bonner Pavilion. OVER THE UNDERWOOD-While Frank Dooley toils over the typewriter to finish an article before the dead- line date, his companions appear to take things more lightly. This group comprises the unsung heroes of the newspaper stall. lt includes photographer Frank Dirren, circulation managers John Toner and Paul Rowe, artist John McCurdy, and typist Frank Dooley. EDITORS CONFAB-- Pictured with the co-moderator, Father Sharkey. are the "workhorses." Their efforts are mainly responsible for the production of each issue. Sports Reporters Columnists . . . Artists ...,. Typists ..... News Reporters . , Circulation ...... Photographers .... Moderators ..... . Editor-in-chief .... . Edward Manning Associate Editor ..... ........,., L eo McKenzie Sports Eduor ..... ,.... ...,. ,....,...,. I I a niel Bell Associate Sports Editors ...... Ed Prywitowski, Joe Clay .. . . . , . . Bill Donohue, Mike Maguire, Bob Mulligan, Don Renzulli, Jim Burke, Paul Peck, J. Doody .. ,...., Jim Murphy, Len Peterson, .lim Morrison, John Fitzgibbous, Paul Eaton, Paul Peck, John Mc- Creesh, and Bill Tobin .lim Murphy, Len Peterson . . . . . Larry Schnppet, John McCurdy A , . , . , Frank Dooley, Joe Bernardo Paul Rowe, Bruce Nager, John Toner , , . . . . , . Willie Allard, Frank Dirren . . . . . . Rev. Robert Andrews, 0.S.A. and Rev. John Sharkey CHECKING THE COLUMN- Father Andrews, Spire moderator, oversees the work of his two columnists, Jim Murphy llefti and Len Peterson. Jim's column, "Student Council News," serves as a progress report on this important organization. For the past two years, Len has acted as "ghost writer" for the popular "Billy Bonner Sez . . ." column. DISTINCVISIIEIT PERSONACE Roh Totaro, this year's editor of the lion-Aire, is ll man of many talents. Besides holding the ofiiws of sive-pri-sidelit of tht- Senior Class and pri-sich-nt of his homeroom, Holm assumed the re- sponsibilities of leading this yt-ar's yearhook staff anti, umler his lt-atlwsllip. the staff pooh-cl their efforts to vrvatc another "host for the bestf, Wx 5 i - ws ' I: . 5 L 'i ,i 1' -is s .,.-.mg -t:s6!vZ.' 'iiulgcg 1 AN 4 5 ' rx .11-M-Q' Q.- , X t ACCENT ON ACTIVITY The ceaseless round of activities at our Pavilion presented a mammoth task to our avtivity staff, but the rhallengc was met with tireless enthusiasm. The staff was vom- posed of Stan Grabias, Len Peterson Ieditorb, and Johnny Simkiss. 'asv 'fu'-' Q- . .T Q 2 .- . , ,,,i It Us e.5fmw, THE PERSONNEL TOUCH The duties of these men involved the people at Bonner, from wee Freshmen to towering Seniors. Their joh was to place anal vaption the faculty. graduates. anti llfld0I'I'l2lShlHQIl pirtures. Editor ,lim Holstein is Hankerl hy Jerry Dempsey and Leo Rattigan. gr X' EE Q 1-.....-a-.... COOD SPORTS This year's sports sv:-tion revnrrls a nir'morahlr vvar, em- bellished xsith a numher of "tirsIs." The-sv four staff-nwmlwrs eoninn-m. orated those 4-vents in tht- lion-.-tire through words anil pit-litres. Rav Letulle desi-rilnes a possibility to Editor ,lim Murphy as litl Carrigan anil Jim Donegan look on. PROGRAM PLANNERS Y 1 .I if 'l'hc production of the "Bon-Aire" can hc quitc simply cxprcssctl in thc lt"I'lllS of this cquattion. lt rcaels. htcarhook ri llllll'lllC plus lniagination oxcr Work. 'l'hc initial stcp cntails tht- sclcction of a thctnc, or motif, which nnilics and tlistinguishcs thc hook. 'l'hcn. lmag- inations arc givcn lrcc rcin. as lionncr lligh is supcrimposcal on thc panoramic sccnc of thc Brusscls Wiorltlls Fair. ln kccping with thc spacc agc lllClIlC at Brusscls. tht- ycarhook stall' had to liilllllllilfilli tllclnsclvcs with thc gamut of atomic jargon for use in titlcs and captions. lvndcrlying this wholc proccss arc long hours of work. 'lihc clock hccolncs a crucl tasklnastcr, as tlcatllinc dates draw closcr and tho workpilo rclnains static. With the alnlc guidancc of thc Nlodcrator. Rcv. ,lamcs Mctlranc, US..-X., thc staff sur- xnountctl thc production hurtllcs. and thcir unitcd cflorts havc yicldctl this 1959 "Bon-Aircli, As a corollary to thc original lll00I'Clll, one might add: A ' r g. Filling in thc l0l'lllS, it rcatls. "Your Apprcciation of this hook cquals the Reward of tho sacrilicc plus the Gratitude of thc stallf, E 5 5 E --vu 'ft in w ak.: P, WWW 5' - , ff ', gvwrl V 1, ' , "Ilia + THREE OF A TYPE Tickling thc kcys sc-cms tn tickle- thc fnnnyhnncs of these typists as thcy prcparc copy for tht- pnhlix-hcrs. Our happy trio in- cludes tlcft to right! Bill llonohuc, Richic Cionci, and Ed "Maui" Mcliuskcr. BIC SIX CONFERENCE Echincl cvcry succcssfnl projcct lics a tcaln of vnnrlwrs without whose' cfforts thcrc would hc no suct-css. The' ycarhnolx is a projcct in evcry Sf-nsc of tht- word. and alvovc arc piclurcal tht- nn-n most re-spnnsihlc for 1 making it a succcss. The-y arc: tlcft to right! l,cn lctcrson, Activitics Editorg Wlilly Allard, l'hotographc-rg l"athcr Jamcs Mcflranc, 03.11, Motlcralorg lloh Totaro, Editor-in-chicfg Jim Murphy, Sports Edilorg and Jim llolslcin, I sonncl Editor. Li, I,, -lin, W 3 E3 Y N -.1-c 4 'cr- R l is il 3' ? sd' 1 J 4, iv M it X qc N K ,x f f I 4 451 A W , A, ,Q V 2 , rl LOCAL MCDTION UW 3 wg ? wi, r N Q' as if -VAV V 1 Q 1 U' V' ,. Q U , -911' i ff if if x Xu, B K5 K if A I rs .WJ - mf. 4? if li D if f G 2 'Q' NH sl ff T-Q, X. , imyp. ,Ill W? 1 ""i-nd" A it ' . Md ' LR' 9 f-' , - 2 in j gg5f.f...x,..,M x my 'Z ae- . --.Hun w""' 'vw fl A o 1 ' TDR! 4 1 if' ini! M 3 Ve' 3 M 5 .X X xi X-5 Q 5 S.. ,Wir Y n Hr' - 11 33 if . AF Q.- .W NJ , T NILDILNT Ol 'IHL WEElx .xx ' XY? wxl g , x X K riff" Y x gy! W' X I 1 ., Ina X 'df fl' " si? Jlatqtywh llglr ,Alai fr is X h X 0. -1""' ll' iii I'LL REMEMBER TONIGHT Witlxolxt a douht the higgcst social cvcnt in thc life of any high svhool studs-nt is his prom, and this one was no exception. Thanks to tho effort put forth hy the prom committee and the class modvrutor. the host possihlv sito for any prom was made availahlv to us, thc Shvruton Hotvl. Tho planning and arrangv- mcnts involvvd in tho suvf-ossflll funvtioning of surh an affair mm only ho zlpprt'f'iat0d hy those who have done it. All who attended the prom roapcd thc hrncfits of this work by having a wonderful timo. af' gl -rugs- ,ing '-bee Q- A 0 FASHION i'.'KRfUlE Sevvratl vouphw file down tht' stairway lt-ttdillg to tht- hallroom of the Shi-rnton Ilotvl. This suspended stairway was one of thc main attractions of the evening. FORMAL I-'RIAR Father Catlhtglu-r, I'rint'ipul of Bonner. vxvrrisvs his so- riall vhzlrms tlr ho formally grvvts smut' of the rouplvs in zlttondalnvf' at tht- prom. 4Bc-lowit Seated around ttlhlt-4, a few 1-ouples discuss the cvcnts of the evening. in-1, -f- - ff- Q Q .nf X x i . Q IQ 4 .1 1 1 I X i kg 5 i .3 f X I -4 Wx 3,53 0. U 11 i x , N.. ' KY .Kl'l"XlR TO RFINIFMBERN --Aluow if ri view of thi- luill- nn of thi- I'he-ralon ilolvl. The photo at righl shovsf how the viwilivf Iouki-d In the lnlndicalder on lhvil' nigh! of nights. X ROYALTY Bill Grubb and his dale, Burhzlrn Blirl-alvy, display their ballroom Iulvnls. Uunving for their snlajr-1-is is one of lhc duliv- of u prom King and Queen. N i, 4 5 n f N if SN J 1 k 2 f I WML i Lg ' QL . FE 3 ' .. .ww 4 J, 5 S it ,Wiz 'flifffgv' A -A ' 4, 940 .4 :Ln - 4 -ir- f ' 3, .- 'Q . ,c. wwf L 1- --.--A , -'-.-"1 Q,ye,r?'21L xii-"""" "" x K '- SQ , , ,. J AM, K 5 2 n xg tix s N T? f r 'IM kg. S .Q 'EH 'E 5 xja 59. f'A.'ff-46 AS X 1 W" 'Z' ,U 3 'i JA4AR4i 5'?f,tx. e M 2 x' -, K -vi K A Q Cmnplvling our tour of tln' Bonnvr XxV0l'l1l.S Fair vxllilnil. our ullvntiun fm-usvs on Ilia' flfllllllllllllfl vlass. Sl'lli'l'lll'lrll'Ill'll "'l'lu' '591-rs." For llwsv Hf'lllllI'S, gfilllllllllllg signilivs ll Hl'UllllllgI of algo." 'l'lu' lrunsilion from l'I'l'SlllIlCll I0 gIl'iltlllillI'S has lwvn il long: :mel griuluul om: :mel now it is l'0llllDl1'l1'll. lvl, from lvaulvrs of lln' 1'illIlllllS world wv alrv quivlxly lllilIl0 llll'l'l' ll0Yl1'l'S in ilu- world In-yum! Bmlm-r. yxllllllllglll wv lmvc wuilvcl long: to wvur ilu' 1-up uml gown. wo llvsilulv to lvavc llxc 1'0ll1pul'uliw' Sl'4'lll'lly of lligll si-lmnl aunl "try our wingsf' xYllilllW'l'l' tlu' 0llll'0llll'. limv will only fzulc our lIlClllUl'll'S of Bonner, but ucvcr fully crusc tllcm. Q? W'll,l.lAM ALLARD W'illy is a determined scholar who dividvs his time between studies and I'XlI'itt'llI'l'll'llllll' a1'tivitif's. Even as school photographvr, tvnnis-to:-am member, and booster vlubbcr, he has still bm-n able to win innum- erable awards for scholarship, including station Wh'll.'s "Studont of the Week" ritation. Willy brings honor to anything with whirh he is ron- ltortvd and om- may be surf' that surress will always be close at the heels of this man of distinction. l, All MEN CF ACHIEVEMENT, JAMES MURPHY--Elovted by his follow stu- de-nts as Pre-sident of tho Student Council, Jim has made his namo synonymous with svhool spirit. A partivipant in practically the whole gamut of school ai-livitivs, the success hc has at-himw-tl is multiform. Murph complotos the pivturv of tht- isle-al llonnorman by his ron- sistvnt pwsm-111-0 on the honor roll. Armed with a friendly gr4'otittg and a pleasant smile, Jim has effortlessly won many frivnds. Undoubtedly, Murphy is, in a word, the "Finest of the Fifty- Nincrsf' QS' ff PATRICK TRAYNORV Pat is one of those- rare individuals a gentleman, a srholar, and an athlvtv. This dt-srription fits Mr. Traynor to a NT." Pat rlimaxvd the rross-ronntry svason by sf-tting a Catholii- IAHIIZII1' rf-vortl and rt-vt-iving the Catholir War Yvtvrans award as "Youth of the Your." Pat next donna-d a baslwtball uni- form, raptainod the toam and sparlu-al thom all sf-ason with his outstanding play. Ilis unusual combination of brains and brawn assures l'at a bright future. JOHN SIMKISS lfrnm hit lfrcflnnan ycar, Johnny haw 4'hlllllllhlll'll him-n-lf ax an outstand- ing student hy maintaining a hcholaxtic rccnrel of stellar quality. Yet hi- fuccc-H iw not limit:-4l lo academic cntlcawor. A- a lll5llllglIlhlll'll Inu- sician, hc vsaf twice namccl for tht- All-Catllolic llaml. ln his Senior year, he ilircctctl his lilcr- ary talents to airl thc prmluction of thc year- hoolx. johnny will hc hc-t rcrnclnln-rc4l for his cheerful personality, reilcctcil in his win- ning :mile-. HOLDING ESTEEMED PLACES . . . W'll.l,lAM Cllllllll The achievements of Bill Uruhh at Bonner will long he remembered and unsurpassed. As qnarterhack of the foothall tcanl, llill hrought thc crowd to its feet with slick hall handling and pin-point passing. ln the spring this young man's fancies turn to track and as a Sn-nior he captainetl the squad. A good student. Bill if xt-ry active and inter- ested in school government and every activity which takes place at Bonner. Indeed, the future looks bright for Bill. KJ X fxf Welw- LAWRENCE AN.-KST.-'RSI Stage manager upar excellence," Larry has conihincal his organiza- tional alrility and hir zcft for getting things done to infurc the technical hlll'l't'hh of cach llramatic production. .-K hu-y hcc lnchinil thc st'9llI'r, l.arry pcrfornif hir. clutie-5 with quict cflicicncy, anal hi, effort, alnay- yin-lil thc ln--t rcfnlts. Ile docs all this xshilc sustaining a line scholastic an-rage. Sclclom fc:-n on ftagc in front of thc curtain, l,arry is call:-al upon now to lake a well-dererved how. IN SCHOLARSHIP, l'ETl'fR ORS,-XTTI lh-tc-X -my all llonnvr has hc-4-n lraide-niurlu-d hy halrd work and -ludy. A quie-I main hy nallnrv, P1-ln-I h1'll0lllSll1' alvllifwv- nwnl -In-ailw loudly and vloqncnlly for him mln-n rvporl- nn- gin-n ont. For four yours he hu- ruplnrvd an top zwzlilvlnii' -pot in il vhl-s nolvd lor -vliohir-llip. l'n-lv hai- ln-on zu sonrvu of vdilivailion for hi- l'l1lhrlll2ilf'h, Ihn' Nvrv pic'- lnrc- of nllvnlion in vlan--, tha- vvry mod:-l of Lllflhllllll gl'lIlll'IIlillllIIll'Nh out-Ido of rlu--. The world of opportunity :mails you, Pele. AND ACTIVITIES !X'Y'l'll0NY QIOLI, Tony hai- hvvn Ihr' lypivul uxxll-Allll'I'l1'1lII Boy" ul lhmnn-r und hm' did il uilhout 1-vvr pivlxing up ai flllilllf. A- ll Illl'lll- he-r of Ihi- vur-ily foolhull and lm-4-lmll lvilllln Tony hu- prov-d him-1-lf an poli-hvd 2lllll1'll'. Ile- nu- honorvd lhi- your hy the- Catholic' lmalgllv l'l'l-1'l'I'l'h ssh:-n hm- l'a-1-1-in-il tho Clllllillii' lA'il1,1Ill' SlNlFlSlll1llINlllll .-Muird. Tony hal- nl-o hm-n an lfig polilivul Iignra- in thv svhool. llzlving svru-nl your :nflvr your au- zu -vvlion pr:--ide-nl, Tony nlauh- lhm- hip: I1-up lo polilirall pl'0llliIll'lll'I' uh:-n hm- sul- vlwlml pro-illvlll of the Senior class. I 352: .wu- x is ATHLETICS, W'll.l,lANl ll.NNlll,TOY Tlu- mvrv mvnlion of llill'- nzunv zilllruliulimlly flood- thi- mind with delightful nivmoriv- of hi- SlN'1'liI4'lIlAll' dixing. for the- -uimming In-znn. llill'- gin:-v. poi-1-. pri- l'lsl0ll. and illlllvlli' IN'l'l-4'1'llUIl Ivan- lllllv lo lu dvsirvd. 5pl'inging from lhv- lvonrd uilh 4'.lI-lilu gralra' "luv llvw lllfllllglll lhr' 2lll'u lo ll1lll0ll.Il proniilwlivn' al- lhv Nlllllilhll fhlllllilll' llixiup, lihaunpion, Yvilh th.il -zunv 1-on-4'ion- w'onIi1h-mu in hi- own uhility which hronght him fum- an :I dns-r. lllll ulll hnd hi- plum' in Ihn- world :md pur-uv il lo pa-rfn-1'tion. S w- CII.-Klll.l'l5 RlCFYl'T0 Cllarlio vninr' to Bon- nvr an ai Hoplioniorv lnimfvr from Bishop Nou- mzmn. In hi- lhrm- ye-ur, all Bonnvr he has ewlulvli-In-il himw-If nu- om- of lln' lim-at 1llhll'lt'S vxvr lo clon Ll lfriair uniform. .Ns ll mvmlwr of llw sur-ily IH-ollmll, lmfvluill. lraivk amd howling I!'illll5. llllllfllt' lm, vu-I-II4-II in alll. XVII:-n not lD1ll4lil'Il!.lIIllg in ullilvliv- you mm final him Imsying llllll'1'li. in fomv olhvr school :lvlivily mln-rv Iii, wmv of humor lIl'lglllCllS mzmy ai mlull momvnl. 4 :A IN OUR PAVILION FDYVARD NIANNINO Ed for four ycnrs has Inv-n ai Ivaulvr in inh-II4'1'luuI pursuit- ui Ilon- nvr. A gift:-fl blllllflll. HI y,u'u-p- the- mailvriall :il hamcl rvaulily aiml hold- on to il l4'lNll'I0llhlj'. llff is an nmrw-I lo Irolh lliN l"lilNKllI2lll'h :mal his l1'lH'lI1'I'r. llif niairxvlous rvivnliu- lNlNl'l'h Iialvc ou-r tho your- llll'l11'll him into zu sort of vn- cyclopr-aliu of Ivnrnim: which Iii- l'lllNrlllillI'9 l'ilfM'l'lj' consul! on Nlilllf' Il1lI'lI1'llliII'lY clillirull que-stion. Km-n iim-n-ft in slualivs :mal ai iloggs-QI alole-rminzilion lo inside-r :III in:-uri' for Ed n brilliant :mil learned fulurv. EINVARD IVIANNIYC flliairzivli-rizvil hy' il nimln--Q ILIIIIN' and an you for Iiurel uork. l'I1I i- an Ili-lilllllllNll1'Il pri'-5 pm-r-onnlily, uho, us mlilor-in-4'l1ivI'. IMI lhv I'I5'l Fpiri' -lull. lli jonrnnlifliv prom:-fs llfiillglll limi lIlllll40N1'llll'lIIS llllll l'1'll0XAlII0llN lo tha' Fpirv. r1'm'xxiiil,L re'aluI4'r lllll'l'1'rI illlliillfl Ihv blllllflllf. l'.1I - lll1'lllIIl lram quilily ix mgm-lu-nl Ivy hir nn-mul lx4'l'lllH'-S :mil Iiix rflliblllrlll' rvvortl Ivflilivs Illall he' has von si-tc-mly In-on qi "llINlIIl1,1lllNlll'll honor-" flmln-nl :XII out-lumling 2-1'll0l.ll' :mal mn-In-r, liul mill ilu il highly voiiiliis-li4lalInIv Joh with isll.lla-vm' lhu future may holnl in More for him. X PAVILION PARLIAMENTA Part of the tasteless task of maintaining school discipline has been placed in the hands of the students themselves. The Student Guards help Father Monte, 0.S.A., preserve law and order within the walls and halls of Bonner. The memhcrs of this special corps are chosen he- cause they have given evidence that they have a desire to serve the school and they also have the ahility to command respect and co-operation from their fellow students. Underclass traffic- jammers are quickly and quietly controlled hy these experienced guards who play such an im- portant role in securing the smooth functioning of our Pavilion of Education. RIANS SECTIONS IN SESSION' Pictured ZllDOYt" is the full corps of the Student Council. These men were given the responsibility of setting the pace for student activity. Their efforts showed them to he worthy of the trust placed in them hy their fellow students. X.. F---. SEVEN SCll0l,ASTlC STARS llav- ing maintainvd outstanding Sl'll0lilhlll' I- rvrordw lor lllrn-0 ye-arf, tln-se' studonl- " lN't'1llIl4' rval "nu'n of nu'ril" as st'll- ior-. This group of se-vu-n plat-vd aw semi-finalists in tho National Mvrit Scholarship Qualifying Examination. Ss-ated 4lf-ft to rightl: John Dulik, Paul Pork. l"ram'is M4'Ell1f'nny. John Simkis-. Standing arv: lfranris Bat- taglia, William Allard, and John Cleary. J,L"N -4. l'fllW,-UID l,. ABATIC Al IAWRENCE l'. AYfKS'l'.-NSI .NZ 11212 l'ortlan1l Drive- ' Broomall ' St. Pins X N327 Slt'lh1'l'AY4'. ' Yi-adon ' St. Louis ilu-uli,u-y Club 3, l'l13-,ii-5 Club 4, Sllldflll Cum-ll 1, ll1ll'illlllll'kll Sports 1-2, Clwlniftry lflulr 3, l,l'lllllillll'h 3-1, ulugy Club 2, Student Guard l. ROBERT J. Al,lll'1RTUS All ot-L Furlong Road ' Havertown ' Savra-el Heart - I -- - - -- lnlramural Sports I-IZ-Il-1, Swimming L Golf 1, Chciniflry H17 It louis llul' 'lt "'1Pf""U"" lt B'0l0g3" Linh 2' lnlralnural Sports l-2-Ii-1, Howling lf, Rifle: TUAIIII l-2, XVIIALIANI K- AI4IlARl, AI Chclniatry Cluln 3, Studi-nl Guard -l. Kilo l.llt'llhl Au-. ' Ardlnorv ' St. Colman Intramural Sports I-2-3-1, Trai-k 3-L Crows Country fl-L w N Q le-nnif I-2-Il-L ll:-hating l-2. Ne-xsfpapvr i, Yvarlrook Staff F H 1-ll-NRI-Ph A- -fu,l'l1l'jT0N Al? V I illn-mi-try Cluln Ii-1, l'hyri1-3 Cluln l, Student Guard 'l-'6 ll'4"f'l"'l' Rd' ' 5I'l'l"l-Yllflfl ' N- lU'Vill i lj4,,,,,.m Clul, L Intramural Eports l-2-I5-1, Band 1-2-3, Urvlur-tra 1-2-3. Li-zo J. Mvlorm A6 M , H 1514 Turn:-r Au-. ' llrvxvl Ilill ' SI. Amlrvw -l-'lilllw l- ARNHOLI A7' u Intramural Sport- I-2-3-1, Chvnii-try Club li-l, .PllY5ll'S W6 "l"t!?l" Rmltl ' Afflllmfl' ' N- Ulllllklll llulr -1, Biology Club 2. ' Intramural Sporla 2, Catholic Action 2. RII IIARII T IRRIVIFI I 0 A12 70 South I aarxaa w Au Upper D Irby bt Laurence In ramaaral Sport 12 3 I I'IIII Il I' RAI IIVO A6 If N I an doasm Au I an downf- St I'IlaIomena Intramural Nport 2 .I I Stud: nt I uard I IIMFN .I II III FI A5 Ia ISIIIOH Rd 5 mranglaa ld I au of IR ANI IS 'I' II NRIVIFS A10 0x0 In aalon Aan Ia :don 5t onus n a unua.al S wort I Z I I Saaanmaang 1 Boas 1 lla Ofhaar I2 Brologa llub I IR INK tw I' BARR A12 IZI W lIro atlas aa Nu llafton Ile aglatb Eugene luuur al Npoat 1 7 J I Iootl a I I KURLNIE F BARRI A7 " alaaatta Iollangtlalc St JOQPIIII ruaaua al Npoat I I Iootb all 2 Truk 'II Ba c ra I 5lualnnt Iunal I Ihology llub 2 Clcc Club I NN ll I I NWI II II IRTIIOI OMI' W A0 4 nr I at I an down: lnlomvna t unua al Sport llo I lounta MXRTIV .I IIISIIF A0 um Iiaurtown St hun- tanaunal Npoat 1'5I RIIII Ta nn I llaba OfIiccr Ihologty llub Z IRANI IN .I IIYITAI IIA Al H8 Ivrn 5treet Ioldon 5t Ioutw Intramul al Npoal II Craaa I Debating 'II RafIe Te am I Cbuna tn llub .I Iba aa llub I Biology Clu ii' Mi YI II I I IM M II KITS AI n Iaa Ia 0 Alal an St ,Im-apb Iatrunural Sports 1"iI Nns papcr I lhy as ilu Biology Club 2 PFTFR I IIFI II Ar 00 5 Ilaagllon Aav Upper Ilarbv qt I aurvnav Intl amural Sport 12 Nona r 3 I Il.: s Ofliaar I Stull: nt buard I ANTIIONI C REI I II I I0 A n I8 Mafflan M0 Ilfaavrtovxn Annunuataon I3 V M Intl amural 51 out 12 .I I Chem: t y Ilub I IIINIFI A IlI'II A6 PII Wanalarnaarf- Aan Ilrawal Ilall qt IIa rn aalr-tta Iutt4anaur'al Sport: I-2-.I-I Tf'll'k I fM'ln'agc-rl Ilebntang I. Crow 3--I Newpapa-r 2-3-I Cha miqtry Club 3 Student Guard 'I Biology Club 2. ROBFRT S. IIFIIOI FDF Al0 609 Mwgnoli-a Ave. Glcnoldarn Wt. .Ioseph Intramural Wports 2. ROBFRT C. IIFIIWOAR A.: 701 King of I'ru.si'a Roacl R'adnor St. Katlrarina, Intramural Sports 3-4 Swimming l B'and 1-2 0lI'IlC5IF'l DAVID F. BENASUTTI A8 606 Wooda'rest Ave. Ardmore St. Denis Intr'amur'al Sports 123 1 RAllH F RFNNETT A1 'i'1,laaaaa Road Ranonaall St Anawtasn laatraamural Sport 1231 Track 12 Rtdang 4 Phystrs llub 1 llaology Club 2 1OSI-III 1 RFRNNRDO A7 1000 Brvaaa Sl Drexel Hall St Bernadette Iaatramaaral Spoat 12 3 1 New '-paper 1 ROBERT .1 RICH Al 1111 I ha tnut Strent D'aaby Blessed W trgan Marv n rananral Sport 2 5 1 l'0otb'all 2 3 4 Bwebnll 1 Traak .ll lla b Oflaaaa 1 Dnamatus .1 Baology Club 2 l'A11l R BI AQYUK AS 1 Saottdala Ro l lan downe St Phtlomen1 ilatmtstry Club .S Baology Club Z Radto Club 12 JAMFS M ROCCQ A12 1 Soaatlaaadga Road D.arbv Bleued Vargan Mary lntraaaaua al Sport: J 1 llabeball 1 Alt'tr Boys 12 ap., Q JOHN .1 ROI lg Ar 5009 Dermond Road Drexel Hall St Dorotlav Intrramatt al Spot! 12 .1 1- Chem: try Club l Sautstan 3 Ab abttant 4 lREDERlllx A RORDA Nl 1121 Braerxsood Road Hawettown S'arred Heart lntaamatrfal Sport 1211 Phy at Club 1 Biology Club 2 I1'and .11 Oralu taa 31- KHKRIPSI 11ORRl'lll N10 527 Maaldoek Road Sprtngfield St lxeun lnla anaua al Spoat 1 WllllAM T ROHD A8 98 llou ton Road l ansdowne St Cwral aa ramtta al Sport 12 1 enna C a s Officet Student Counatl 1 Baology Klub 2 CllARl FS .1 BOXFR All 1072 l'laaaasood Axe Sharon Hall Holy Sparat Iaata anaural Sportb 12 3 1 Rand 12 3 1 Btology Club 2 .lOSFl'll .1 ROYl F A2 9 x Datlloal. Au Xuadon S otla lntranaaat al Sports 12 3 1 Baology Club 2 Phy ears Club D XNID D BR MDI EX Al 217 Maaasood lane Atdnaore St Dena 1 a amaaa al Spoat 1211 Track 12.11 CIOSE Coaan y Clan: Offiua 2 llaologv Club 2 WIIlllAFl l RRADI E1 A9 YK ada ta Uppc r Darby St lwatra-ner Inta aaaaural Spoat 12 1 Cro Country 12 Claes Officer 3 THOMAS .1 RRADX A7 2m65 Halla ra t Road Drexel Hall St Andrew ln a aaaaaaral Spoat 1211 Football 123 flaws O vcr 12.5 lltology Club 2 Ba Lb all 1 Rifle Club 4 JOSICPII l'. BR.-XWIZXTO AT ZIH Sl. l,lllll't'llt'Q' Roml ' l'pp1'r llalrlry ' Sl. l,alllr1'm'4: Intramural Sparta I-2. F-UVIUICI, Y. liRfK'l"I'l'Vl Al SIT iilll'fIl1'y Ril. ' Springlivlcl ' Sl. K4-xin lIIll'illlllll'ill Spurl- Ii-l. lfmvllmll 2-15, 'I'x'au'lx l-2-Il-l, Claim Ullirer l-LI. l'llyfirf Cluln I-. TIIUNI.-'KS C, IERICYNHY .Nl 22l Snnfoni Sl. ' lippvr Ilurlny ' Sl. Alive Illll'llllllll'ill Fporlw 1-2-3-l, ILM-lmll 2. l"R.fXNlIlN Nl. IIRUXYY A3 IH Llanulillo Roald ' llnu-rlmsn ' AIllIllIlI'lilll0ll lllll'lIIllllI"ill Sporh l-2-I4 Riuling Clulu 1, l'llyaiu lilull l, lllllld 1-2-I5-l, Urvlivslra 1-2-3-1. JUIIN .l. ISIRONYW Ai flT0lRo-1-nmnl .-Xu-. ' Ura-xc-l Hill ' Sl. Mulre-w IlllI'1lllllll4ill Sporl- l-2-Qi. lilN'Illlrll'y llluln Il. Riding iilllll -L l,l'lIlllilll1'h Il, Slllll1'lll lillllfll l. Biology lilulr 2, Sairria- lam! A-fifhuil Ii-l, l,ilxi'au'iam ll-1. JOSICPII li. Blil'Ml"ll'Il.lJ AIU 2139 I.imlvn Ilrive' ' llllVQ'l'l0NIl ' Sl. llvnis Intramural Sporlf l-2-3-1. Golf 1. llzmvlmll I. Tennis 1, Clubs Ufiirs-r l, Sluelvnt Cuunvil l, Clic:-rlvaulcl' 2, Allan' Boy 1-2. ' 1 I ik. 1 Ilia unlei of nllrzu-lion al- punnl lo lXlllIIlI lln prou lun ln ln lolloxucl in IIIIXIIIQI out Ill'- x n umm n u LN n on 0 1 I 1 in lmnn-rooni .IOHN W. BUCHANAN A9 Illll Second Ave. ' Broomall ' St. llius X Intramural Sports l-2-Il-I, Swimming I, Class Officer 2-I. WILLIAM A. BUCHANAN A10 7 lfranltlin Street ' Rosemont ' St. Thomas of Villanova Intramural Sports l-2-Il-I, Baseball I, Bowling 3, Class Uflicer 2, Riding Club 3. JOSEPH J. BUGCY A2 l2l Barker Ave. ' Sharon Hill ' Holy Spirit Intramural Sports l-2-Ii-l, Class Oflicer 2-l, Student Coun- cil I, l'l1ysics Club Ll, Biology Club 2. CHARLES E. BULEII Al2 ll09 Boosexelt Ilr. ' Upper Darby ' St. Bernadette Intramural Sports Al, Crew -I. i. SEBASTIAN .L BUONATO A6 17 Simpson Road ' Ardmore ' St. Colman Intramural Sports l-2-3-l, Baseball rl, Class Officer 3, Student Guard I, Biology Club 2. THOMAS F. BURKE A2 270 Copley Road ' Stonehurst ' St. Alice Intramural Sports I-2-3-l. Track 2-Ii-sl, Cross Country 1-2-3-I-, Physics Club 4, Student Guard rl, Cheerleader l, Altar Boy I-2-3-I. JOHN .L BURNS A10 60l Andoxer llrive ' Upper Darby ' St. Cyril Intramural Sports l-2-3-I, Student Guard fl-, Biology Club 2. GERARIJ .l. BURROWS A6 67l Yeadon Ave. ' Yeadon ' St. Louis Intramural Sports I-2-3-I, Swimming 2, Rifle Team 1, Biology Club 2. BON SOIR MES l'ETlTSf-Joe Clarlte and Bud McKinley together with their dates spend a few pleasant minutes chatting with their popular French teacher, Father Brian. This scene is typical of the informal atmosphere which exists at all social functions attended by both the student body and the faculty. Kll ARI Es .I I5UTI FR A1 IOI 5 Il nnplon Ro td ll nt rtown Annum I :hon lzunurll Sport I N 1 1 125 llly tts K,lu 4 nd 1 0 KII NRI FS W K ADDFN A6 Ktlllllllldllf S o 0 t Intl nnntal Spotl 1I.5l ltatlt Z Biology K.lub 2 INMFS I K AIIOS All 1010 We tdon Aw- 14 :don St lou: us p uptt 5 I51olop.w Klub Z Bind 12.51 0rcln,atr1 2 I5 I ROB!-Rl' I KAMPBEIL Al I50l II snneuood Rond Ardmotv St Colman Rufio T1 un 1 I 5 Klum: trw Klub .5 Ph cs Club 4 M KRTIW I KWNNINK' AI'5 558 NY nl Rot llncrtoun Snucd 11c1rt .IOIINJ 1' KANNON A10 K Ardmou St Tenn Intl umm tl Sports 1 7.5 I K,tt-w 3 l- Class Ofllter 12 IAWRENKE M KIAPUIII AIO 800 Rc ot Ins ood Road H nertown I re entatmn B V M lntrlmurll Sports 12 51 Bvzkellull I CIONS Kountry 1 ehtll I KI: 5 Omar 12 .5 I Student K.ounul Btology K,lub 2 KIIARI ES 15 K ARARFIIO A5 I202 Angora Aw- Ye-:don S 1 n rdllllllll Sl orts 12 51- Sotrtr '5 Rlflv Tvtm Lllcmt try Club .5 Drlmatlu 2 51- Studnnt Kyultd 4 FIIARI Fw R CARFW AI2 288 Bullymore Road Sprmgheld S l'rnnu of A but Intramut ll Sports 12.51 Dtballng 2 Biology K,lub 2 NIK HOLAS R K ARIUK K I A10 '522 We tpnk lmt K,l1fton Hughts Iloly Cross Intrlmut ul Sports .5 Lroab Lountry .5 Tcnnn, 4 JAMES I2 KARNEY All 420 K urdtn Roul Sprmghold Irlnu-. of Aantat Intrunut nl Sportm 12 .5 Knobs Kountry 1 ROBERT A CARNEY AI 16 Nortll Drexel Asc' Haw-rtown St Dototlly Intrlmural Sport 12 I5 I Kro Q Kountrv '5 Ncwhplpor 4 R mg Klub 4 Kheml l y Klub I5 Phy Hb K,lub 4 Blology K,lub 2 Kflec Llub I EDWARD .I CARR A8 7101 A R HIIIOIIIIIK' Road Upptt Dtrby K Intramut nl Sports 12 5 1 Nus paper 12 FDW ARD I' K ARRIK AN A2 '5 7 Int Rot Sprlngfuld S Ixum Intrlmul ul Sport ll 5 I it ubook bluff 1- Klang Oflitu' 4 Dram lllt .5 Studtnt Kfutrd I MIK IlAI'l I K ARROII AI2 756 Bulmont Road llrt-xt-I Hull St Analrr-w Inlr lmural Sporlm 12 .5 I Tratk 12 .5 Llosa Lountty 1 2 .5 W RICHARD D CASERTA A10 99 N Malm Road Broomall St Anastasm Intramural Sports 34 Bowllng 4 Student Gu'1rd 4 JOHN F CAULFIELD A3 213 S lynn Blvd Upper Darby St L1urence Intrtmurul Sports 123 1 .IAMFS 1' CAVANAUGH A5 PRR Re ndente Aldan St Joseph Intrumural Sport 1211- Chemlstry Club 3 Student Guard 4 Blology Club 2 JOSEPH I' CERINO A13 1439 Sharon Purk DTIVP Sharon H111 Holy Splrlt Intramurll Sports 12 14 Football 12 3 4 lCapta1nJ Class Olfiter 12 Student Counul 2 IEO L CERINO A12 1139 Shurun P 1rk Drne Sharon H111 Holy Spmt Clnss Ollitel 12 3 ROBFRT J CERNIGLIA A3 266 We tpurk Lane Cllfton Henghts Holy Cross Intromur1l Sports 12 Football 2 tManagerl RIHB Te 1m 1 Chennstry Club 3 Dramaues 4 Student Guard 4 WARREN .I CHAMBERS A13 163 Blanmhtrd Road Drexel I-1111 St Charles Intramurul Sports 1234 THOMAS W CHARLTON A3 1011- North Street Collmgdale St Joseph Intr1mur1l Sports 12 Rxfle Team I Blology Club 2 R11 HARD .I CIONCI A7 592 Snowden Road Upper Darby St Cyrll Intlamulal Sports 1234 Football 1234 Crew 2 Base 11111 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Class Ollieer 1234 Student I uard 4 Student Councll 34 Blology Club 2 Treasurer Student Councll 3 JOHN B CLAFFEY A3 3013 Robln Lane Havertown St Dems Intramural Sports 1234 Glee Club 4 JOHN .I CLARKE A3 800 Irvmgton Road Drexel H111 St Bernadette Intlamural Sports 1231- Track 2 Chemistry Club 3 Dramatlcs 1234 Cheerlelder 34 Glee Club 4 Altar Boy 34 JOSEPH V CLAY A3 1017 Cornell Awe Drexel H111 St Bernadette Intramural Sports 4 Crew 3 4 Newspaper 34 Chemnstry Club 3 Bnology Club 2 JAMES R CLEARY A9 126 S Hlghl md Rd Sprmglield St Francis of Assnsx Student Guard 4 .IOHN M CLEARY A2 1129 Bellield Ave Drexel H111 St Dorothy Intramural Sports 1234 Tratk I Student Guard 4 Glee Club 4 SAMUEL P COCCHIA A7 2120 Haverford Road Ardmore St Dems Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 ,lolul x1lllll1'l'g-INl. auul Marty Mm Iln-ir ilnlvs, il paur. re-prl-sa-ul il vros proics llu' may iu NlIil'll lln- slumlvul supporl llu- Couurill Arlisilin--. lflllilllfllllllk .l. 1fUNS'l'AN'l'lNl'l A8 Jl'l.lfS A. COOK Al .ll20l'l.l1olllilyl,inn- Roiul' Ardmore ' St. lJl'DlS Tlll flrvyllioruv Rd. ' xx'yllIl1'U1l0ll ' HI. flhllllilll lulrauuurnl Sports I-2, Class Ollifvr 3-1, Slumlcnl Council l. lulrzunurul Sports I-2-Il-1. llrvw Ii-1, No-isspaipe-r l-LI-Ii Physics llluln l, lliology Clulv 22, lliIlllQ'I'il Cluls l-2. LEO CONSTANTINI A10 V 1 A 8150 lfvru Flra-ol ' Ya-zulon Sl. Louis -IAMPIF fl- LORR- A-l A Q I'.lllIllI'ill Sports l-2, lluslu-llmll 1 lMauiuge'rl, Class mm l1i'fhf'r RMI ' D""V'l lllll ' N' l'l'i"'l"N Umwl. 2' glmlpm gum-ll 1- lutraunurul Sports I-2-3-1, 'l'n-nuis I-2-3-I. lllH'llll-ll'y Clulr 3, Plipsivs Clulr l, llruniulivs I-2-ll-1, Clos- liluln 1. l"llANClS W. CONVYAY All . Y . . IST Signal lloaul ' llrvu-l llill ' St. llorollly MH H Hmllhllfxlplli,J'.xL?Rll.Al2 Nl ll- ' rauuurul Sports l-2. llc-lmtiug Illulr I-2, Riding llluln 4, I ..-A li Quill, llxlls 1 I, ' Tllrlmll 1... ' ,, ,illlhpll Fsirs llluln I, Biology Clulr 2. dgixllli-' -Pull' '-"' 1 'ml '-' - Ml' '-'-' v A-'F' 'l'll0lVlA5 .l. CONWAY A5 5'l'lCl'llli'Y Nl. I10lll,S'l'ON All Illo flllilqls Au-. ' llruxvl llill ' St. Cllill'll'S H01 Xirgiuiu Aw-. ' lluvn-rloxsu ' Sill'l't'1l llvzlrt rauuurall Sports l-II-15-l. lntraunurnl Sports l-2, Biology lllull 2. S532 5 . f YN is 6' sikfib. il sl sk 1 3' X ,I 'ia L Q J Y K ,, l'l7l.L ll0llFl'l l,:u'ry lll1'l,JllIg1llllll NAIIILIIAQI. lllra-v ol ll luuwl. auul luo ol P4'l'lI4Yll ol lllv lalrgu- rroiul- NllI1'll lllll'llll Iln' ll1lIll'!'N spousorwl lay llu Slllllvlll llouuvil. vlllll' .lilm-lulqlllr' JFROME I COX A6 l6l Slgllll Road Drexel Hill St Dorothy lVV1I'S.l 101115 All H16 Bmmont Road HIYCIIOWNII St Dorothy B und 1 7 3 l0IlN B 1RATTH A1 110 Smlunlu Rsl Npnnl.,1u ld 'Ht l'ldllllb of A I 1 n uw Llux 1 JAMFS D IRAWFORD A2 11 H.-lrrl on Au- Clifton llelghti St iharle lining llulu 1 Band 1 Phx in Klub 1 Biology Llub Z lnlrlmmll 513011 12 IUIFN l QRISNX A12 '159 WWl1llPh0ld Drne Huertown If-ms n rfunural Npoxt 1231 Pootb ll J Soucr 1 L am Ulllur 12 l R NN1 IH l 1R0l'l'FR Am 'Nunn Du Nc-xsloun Square Ani tl rlmm ll 'Sport l T 21 1 Cro Q Conn 123 1 Nus papu 1 Biology L ub 2 lhw It Club 4 ARTHUR D KUIIEN A8 251 xxliilllltlldgl Roni 1ll1-1011 Height Holy lro nrlmnml 511011 1 I Offimcr 1" 5lu ent lounul V Biology Club 2 l0Ul5 J IUMBY All 811 Nonlh Stn-vt lolllngrlllv Q c lnll :mul ll Spot! 1' bolf 1 Biology Llub 2 MILH XFI l CUNNINCHAM Av 131 Ro1'kl'lnd Ro'ul Havertown St. Denii lntr'unur'll Sporlg 1-"-3-1 Swimming 1-2 Dr1m'llics 2-3-1. 7 WILIIAM T. IIUNNINFHAVVI AIS l31 Rorklwnd Rowfl Ilwvvrtown Sl. Dvnis wling 2 Cla.: Ofliur 2 J"lm'lti1's 3-1 Stun, buwrd -1. JAMES R. CUDZZD A.: I.-' l u r4 Rol 'vul ' 5t. Dorothy ramurwl Sport. 1-2-3-1 Cl - liql y Cl 1 3 Bwnd . JAN E5 A. CVRRIH Af 330 Kntlinwrf' Roald Hain-rtown AIllllllII'1'lli0ll rumnral Sports l-2-3- , I- -1 Iumry I. I -2- , cnnir Z., Claus Officer 1, CiN'llllhll'y ljlu ' V'll,l.lAf1l J. CURTIN A6 4107 Carre-It Road ' Drs-xvl llill ' St. Amlrvw lntrumurul Sports 1-2-3-1, Claw Oflirvr 1. RONALD J. CllTlll,l A2 907 Burmont Road ' Dr:-xvl llill 0 Sl. Dorothy Intramural Sports I-2-3-1, Nvvwpupvr I-2-3-1, Chr-mislry 3, Physics Club -1, Biology Club 2. 'IIIIIM I5 B D U OSFINIO AI 1 ' Ilaurfurd Roul W1IIIIuu1ud In CIIIIIIOII II Dt 1sIIIIt!, I NI tw D INII10 1- I 1111 IIII 1w 5 AIU' IIIIIIIrII N 111: lllnl I Ns-Is pwpf-r ll I n 4 IIII 'NI N DII IIII II Ixmul 11: DIr 11 5 I Itlrel r' rnnurnl Npml I RIIIIPRI' I' DII X110 A0 I Int Bun WIIINI. 'I 1t Icr 41I 1111111 Ioun I flllllll II 1m1It I lI.m N II DPI NNPH 1 II lSLlI,0Nll 5111011 111-nl I lllll'lI 'Wpmt II'R1 I' II'I NNP1 I AIIIIII 5 I0 0 1II I ll IIIW IZII IMHIIIP I 1 I I IIIIIIIIIIQFI DcI1 lllllg 1 LIICIIIISIIW Ill ll X I mms, II NPI I D IRA I KIIg.11rI If Ivulon 5 r1III II I Illllll II 1011 ' I ll I DI InI bIu1IuIt buud I III0I11g.w IIIII1 1 FDW ARD I DII 17110 A12 I 1' I I Ill dow e WI Intl llIll.ll'II 511011 125 RIIIL foam 2 Blologv LIIII1 Z DONIAI D 5 DELI NWFN K All 276 RIHIW Au' I Ien0IfI0n 'Nt ,Io vph IIlIl'llIllll'lI SIIOII 125 I 'W1sImnIIng 1 LII s OIIIILI I3 WIILIVVI 'VI DE.1II'NlI NI' AI 2080 I LIIIINIPW A10 BTOOIIIIII An ISI1 ll II I lIIllll'dI Sport 12 5 I DHIIIIIHIIIK 12 I I lhvml Irv IIIII1 I Rldlllg LIIIII 3 I lhw II LIIII1 I Iilology LIIIII 2 Btnd 1 AI BFRT DI-IUC A All IGI SILIIIII Rd IIIgrIm I Irden N Dorothy Il'lIldlllllI'lI Sports 12.5 I lhology LIUIJ 2 IFTER A DEI UI A A5 1119 Hnllusmmd Avo Upper IJTYDV gt Ilcrnndeltc Bllld 1231 0flIlCIfl12J I L-Ice LIuI1I ANDREW .I IJEWIPSLX AI II IIIIIIII I Dlvxel IIIII N Ihl Iv I ll tmurdl Sport 1 2 I I I I Offitu 1 Student Lounul 1 IIII IIS LIuI1 I Blology l,IuI1 Z .IEROVIE T DEMPNFX AI 109 TIIIII1tIIIIIQ Rd Upper Dalby Qt Lynl lmrbook bluff I Glu. LIIIII I DENNIS M DPI AUI A12 2151 We t Che hr Pk Broomall ll Inu lIIll1l'lI Sporta 12 bmnlnung 12 .5 BI cI1III .I I T01 I - I '- f 4 ' '- I' .ILIL 11 Rpp 1 ' ,, . I"R-I I I .' .I. , , " A8 I II8 CII html Slrvvt ' UH -' z'I,' ' ft. I" IIII1 I fl 'tx I-2-II-I. T- '- , 1, . 1-2, , Claus IIIIII1-I' 3, Stl I- t lloun-il 3, '1Ir1gy IIIIII1 2. I"RA.' II.' .I. 11.1 I AI IIIIO 5 Au- ' IIII 'I' I Ig ' ft. .1 -It' A IIII I I .' 'I II, Rifle IIIPIIIII 1, Band 3, 0l'1'hl'SIf1l II. V 1 . U 5III IIIII I.zIIItA':IstI" .I IIII I 'A I I ' ' .II I - ' I I I-I Img 'a Sl 'f 1-2-3- , ' QI 1. Q .l11II. . 1 1 ' A5 I I IIII IIIIIZIIIII R I. ' 1 -' ' fa :A 3' I V I IllI'1ll I .' 'I 1-2-3-I. RIII I " I. I . If A2 I IIIO AIIAIII Au: ' I 0 ft. . I I Y IIIt'IIIIIl 'III Fportw I-2-3-I, In tI1zIII -' -1- , I ag rI IIAls4'I1:III -L.-I- . a I ' I ' , ' " Cl I A I II, I'IIyfit'a IIIII I. N1 K I M111 1. 11 EI. f 1 Az . IIII! 1 ' 4 ' I1 ' .'I.I1 'S 7 V I 5,5 'It'1 'a SI '- 2-3-I, III,'sit-s CIII -, 'I zltivs 3, ' Q 1 V. I fy - I .' ,,-' "I' ZZIII II'I'wt AYP. ' Ia, ,I I ll, ' St. C."iI I 1 ':"1 1 A ' ' ' V f '- X I 1 L -' Q- M I I A I 1 I 's -'-A- Q' ' 'as I , 'gy ' ' - N XR h ' I I' Ill: ILISI. ap.:-'I I I lI'z A .' I Y' ' -.-:-, 1 'sd . I 3. .. . 1-,,'.S.'5 . V, . . ,, . I , t I Dig. fha' 5'. ,' K 1. 1 . 1 1 A lun 5 - I. I S' .4 "lu 1 . V' '.. . 1 I I a -5 I 5 91I':'zARt. ' I ' fl. :Irs l1'I ' .' I -'-I-, lass " ,.' ' " , VS. . S, . . ,. . .' . 1' I ' .VI "fs I s - . ' ' ' Ft. I"tf X A I. , .kk if X ' - sg , Q ROIHCWI' ll. IHLSINIUNIC .-U SIi0SI1mh-lauulAw. ' llrs-xo-l llill ' Sl. xlllllilk llIlI'1lIlllll'iIl Sporlr I-L!-3-1, Tran-lx I-2-Ii-I-. Crews Conn 1 ' ll l.lll'llllrlI'j Llulv .L .-Xllau' Buy I-.I-.5-l. 5 JOHN XY. Illillfll -X8 X 1:8112 Clow-r lm. ' l7pps-r llnrlry ' Sl. Cyril nlr' urul Sportf I-2-Il-L Clan- Uflirvr l, Hamel l. I'l'I'l'P1R J. IHINDNN A2 I .un k N1-u-mn-r I-2. l.lll'll1lPlI'N Lluln .L l'lnfw- Lluln I 5lll lllll lllyllu- .-Ku-. ' Drvxa-l llill ' Fl. Doro IX xx I I ' ' . ' ' . ' ' I , 1 de-nl lluaml l, liuml I-2-ll-1, Urrlu-slru I-2-Il-l, All u ' ' liuy Il-l. RUIHCRT l'. Dll1XNll'l,l ,XIII H402 ll.mllmrm- .Xu-. ' llans-rlnun ' Sl. Ililll K 1 lnlraunnraul- 1-LZ-Ii-l, Slillllllllllfl I, Hull IS-l, Hiuu x .l0SFIl'll .l. Ibllll-H2051 N .UQ "T lfnrulnnnn Rd. ' Ilan:-rluun ' Annum'iau!mn 'X N 'I' IIUNN .l. lhl2lkN'l'0MASSO A6 l'xd lllll Rel. ' llalu-rluun ' Sl. llliflllllf lIIll'JllllllI'illN ii-I, Clan-5 Ullivvr I5-l, lllwnli-try llllllb 5 l'ln n llul I Ullflllllllxlrl TU Tlllf 5Yl.l.Xlll'5" lllowly lulluxsing lllv llimwm--A-111 Syllaln l'r. Nlullvn r.u'4-fully point- nul ilu- imporl.ml Nl1lll'lll1'lll- in Iln- l'.U,D. 14-xlhook. Ilia lm .alvria lll1'l'00Ill. 5t'1'll1lll .-X-0, lxufily llll1lt'I'llll1' lln-ir lnmk- illlll lake nolvw on Ill-1 l. i Y' v . . X . W s X ' at SQ 35 JOSICPH IHCIORCIO AI3 HENRY J. Dt PEPPE Af fll West Matrlison Ave. ' Clifton Heights ' St. Eugene 700 W'est Ashlatntl Ave. ' fllenolrlen ' St. Joseph Intramural Sports l-2-3-f. Intramural Sports l-2-3-1. lfootlutll 2, Class Officer 2 Student Council 2. .l0SEl'lI A. IJIIENNO All 518 Yernon Rd. ' Springfield ' St. Kevin 1 Y 1 N lntrumnratl Sports Il-f-, Footlntll 1-2, Basketball 2, News- Y ANTHONX R- ll' IIRTRO A7 4 . paper 2-L Class Offieer 3-1, Sttnlent Counril 1-3-I-, Chem- 2131 ll!"m'flf'lfl DT- ' H4'V0l"0Wn ' N- DHHS istry llluh Ii, Drannatties 1-2-3-lf, Student Guard 4. ll-XXIII l.. ll ROMUALUO A7 FH ,V NICHOIAS -I-.HIM-ARlN0 Al 222 S. Chun-h St. ' Clifton Heights ' St. Eugene .mlltl We-stlvrootkl llr. ' f,hfton Heights ' Holy, Croso lmmmuml Simms I-2.3.1, Biology Club 2' lntrnmuranls I-Z-.l-1. Bowling 2-.l-f, Rifle Team l, lhystcs, Club f, Student Guard f. CERARU J. DOIIINSON Alf! IAOUIS If. DIORIO A12 225 Curtin Ave. Shiaron Hill ' lloly Spirit 316 lAlt'll:-l Ave. ' Ardmore ' St. Colman Im"aml"'i'l Nlorls l'Z'3'l'S LIMS Omcm' l- ' A r A . . .ANDl,E.-KYl'1TllfiIJRIYINCTO Q B M US-The "Ares" of the student hotly . . D are seen us they strc about to lnoalrfl one of the thirteen ltlIst'H which took the Seniors on their llltlllllll lottr of the loeatl industry. This trip proxetl hoth interesting und iIll'0l'lllilllYt', uml may prove in future years to he valu- atlrle when uc are choosing an career. s JAMFS A DOHERTY A2 I6 N Mllllmurne Au Mllllmurng 9 Alun lnlrnmural Npnrl ll l l Bl lwlball 5 1 lrn lounln K 5 1 u 5 lllllfltllltf 4 lhologv lluh 2 l he Llub Will llNFl A DOI AN All nw 1 0 0 Pllllllll Il llll of A ull :noni I'lIlllll'll Spoll 1 Sun lg L l Uflunr 7 Hludun Lounul 2 lllli ll l' DOWAHUF Al V on ra se l ln-clown? 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I . I THOMAS I IJOIIF AI9 I02 Uplmd Rd II INFFIOWTI blflfd III Irt In I lllllll II Spur! 12 I I Lruv 12 3 IRANI IS X IIUI IW Al I HH 'VI mor Rd Yeadon 5 nun Illll IIllIlldI Sporlw I2 II SWIYIIIIIIHIZ I2 'I 1 IIIPIIII ln ll Ru ng I y Il Club I Blology fllll IOI NI IJUIIX A6 d Norll lmxn 5l TIIPIP 1 of Au I IIlIl'lllllII'rlI Npnrl I2 KI Bowl lg 1 NI I I Ipen 1 J nu I1 I Inu II IOIIN A IIUIIIx A' I I op! ll II IYPIIONI1 SI em I I I I 0 0 ll I n 1 LL I I ll IOIIN Il IJWIIR AI excl I 5 Anduw ll I IIIIIIIIII mrl R H Pv I III w 3 Saarn n IIA Ill I' PASIIIURN Al' V00 Spmul Rd IIFOOIIIIII IIInIIrII Slml L s O .IOIIN T FFAN AI I I rn YI Idon 4 I IIIIrII SIOII S n 0 lltl I I 5Il I ll Ir IUIIN I FNI ISI OM Am I II I 5lDlIllf,,IlQId Ifoxs Illg I2 IAUI W FNIPI AIO 666 IJIIIIIIII III II Sprlngfuld IIoIw Cm IOSPPH I PNRII III' I 121 Allmr Rd Yeadon I0lll I rlllllll II nport 1231 I II ARI Fs XX FRII NR I U I6l I IIHIIIII on AIP II INPIIOWII rdllllll II Sport I InI I Hiul III4 II YFRIIINANII .I. FSPOSITO ,VI '.m IIIIIYIII . Upper II'IrIIy '. ,f 'rn- n I'Hllllll"II Sport: -' -I - I ' I4'l'I' I Bio ogy Club 2. .IAMFS .I. IIAFAW All ' .xII."nuI III inf- . rwr 'Ir I' I. I: 1- '- I"ImIIr'II Sport: - . ' 1' I ' I ll 1. If i0 IIIIIII 1, A ar ny 1- . IIIARIJ Il. "A IIO , , I 35 FI. Ilroadway Avv. ' IIIIIIIIII IIf'iuIIlf ' .I . II :I' 5 I :ss Icer II. I ICIIIISIYD' I I I I. vs' -Q I . 'I - Illil in I, ' vor eau cr II, Biology I ', I -2 I FRANCIS .I. FAIIVEY AI2 316 Higllland Awe. ' Durlny ' Blvssm-II Yirgin Mary If I X I 5 yfigifxi X I wgqu II KIF OI1 l' I0 'IIIFT Ulll'll,'XN?' rlllillllx' Io Iln' Q'lll'l:l'lN of ilu- Slllllvlll llounvil :xml v wlllnlm-lll4. ll nvu :mal MlPlllll'l'l'lll vxvnl hunk plum- Illia jf'Qll'. .X lllll'lNlIllllN llllflf 5 snub prmnlawl lol' llu- rlnlxlrvn ul .L litlllllllltl f llomv for Cripplul lllllllllll VR NNIIIS C. IWIINICSE NIL! lhlll l.flllll'XSlD0ll llr. ' llanvrloun ' sll4'l'l'll II Ill lIlll'iIIlIlll'ill Fpurlw l-2-ll-1. llrus 2, lllul- Ulliu-r I, Smell nl Guard I. IAYN IIICNIIIC Nl. I",-KIl'Nl'ISI'I 'U II00 lla-rnmnll ,Xu-. ' llrvu-I Hill ' Sl. lim-0 lnlrannllral Sport- I-Ll-Il-I. ILN-lmll QI, l1lu-- Ulliro-r ll Stud:-nl llounvil I-I. I,Xl'I!IiN1IH .I. l"XIllll'Il,I. XII IIII l.uunv- l,u. ' Springlin-l4l ' N, l'lr.nm-if nl' N II ll1ll'1lllllII'JIl Fporl- I-2-C5-I. 'lran-lx 2-Ii-11. Crux- ll1PlIIllIN 1-2-ll-I. Club- Ulllre-r 2. l'll5-in-N lllulr I. lliulogy llluln ' lIllXlll,l'I5 K. lflllllllw Um T-10 llyprq-W Sl. ' In-aqlon ' bl. l.uuiN llIlI.llllllI'1ll Spnrh l-2-ll--I. llrflu LI-ll, llluxs Ullirvr II l'lly sirs Cluln I. Slllllvlll llllnwl I. I"IiNN41lS X. Ifllll X13 IILZ Surrvy llr. " Nc-ulmuu Npmra- ' SI. All-lrlil ll llllI'illlIlIl'2ll Spnrls I-.I-.S-I. Flllllvlll lfunrcl I. lIIl,XI!I.I'IS ,I. lfliI.IlII'1 .NIH S.iliaIg1-xmml Rll. ' llI'0lPlllIIll ' Sl. l'ill- X Intramural Fporlf I-2. llnwlaall I. IIIQIQ- Ullirvr I, Slllill nl Council I. ' I ' Iss 6 ,Wg ANTHONY J. FERRI A11 261 Sycamore Avc. ' Mcrion ' St. Matthias 1ntramural Sports 1-2-3-L Class Om:-er 1-2-4, Studcnt Council 1-2-1, lland Cl, Orchestral 3, Sacristank Asst. 1. ANDREW R. FINLEY A12 15 Congrm-if Axc. ' Springlicld ' St. Francie of Aniri lntramural Sports 2, Biology Club 2. JAMES T. 1"lNN A13 H51 Maplcuood Rd. ' Springfield ' St. Kcvin Intramural Sport: 2, Swimming 1, Sacrihtanl Asst. 1. JOHN A. FIORE A-6 1620 Afhton Rd. ' Havcrtoun ' St. Pius X Intramural Sportf 1-2-3-1-, Band 1-2-3-1-, Orchestra 1-2-11-1-. LET,S TALK TENPINS Section A-2 scctns a captive audicncc as John Smith rcporls to his classmatcs on thcir pofition in thc intramural bowl- g ing racc. Team Captain Smith proudly announccs a rcccnt victory for A-2 as Ifathvr Nowlan looks on approvingly. Mr. Smith admits, "Speaking is not up my alley." ANTHONY J. FIORICLIO A8 20 Beech Ave. ' Aldan ' St. Joseph Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1. EDWARD J. 1"1TZl'ATR1CK A12 272 Hampdcn Road ' Uppcr Darby ' St. Alice Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1. GERALD J. FITZPATRICK A10 5111 Littlccroft Rd. ' Uppcr Darby ' St. Cyril Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Cla:-5 Omccr 1-2, Student Coun- cil 1, Phyaica Club 1, Biology Club 2. TIMOTHY J. FLANAGAN Al 3021 Robin Lana ' Havertown ' St. Dcnis Intramural Sports 3-1. Football 3, Crew 3, Tennis 2, Chcmiatry Club 3, Phyaica Club 4. . I fi Si if I It Xl I 11 KN IN I oi I N11 Iron Illll Ilo I Nllllll I InIIIrIl Sport l I I l I I ll IIOIII' lt I' F 1lFt lx A1 100 WI lllllglllll M0 lIIN1lIONll 5IIIcIl III IIIII I W I' I 1 'VN lx llt I I1 In rtowu Alllllllll I llllbll I I IIIII II Iolt Im Itu .51 Student luu lIIolog,,v I lub NNIN I! l0IIFI'1' I flll III 5lDlllIl.llllll llolx I I JIIII IIIIIII mi S I Biology C I CItlIolIL Atllllll .IKNIPH J IORSXTII K 7 Ou IIIIII I Ilppor Illrlw St Alito I lllllll II 'Sport III tlmll l llow I I F0111 F .1 10X Al H0 lomll Rel Npllughtld dlltl I Illllllrll 511011 Llu .1 DI gy RIII LII WIIIIAMI IOX A7 7011 MIIIILIIIII Au Uppu Dnrlry St Lll,ll'0lllC lIItrInIIIrIl Sporta I IOIIN .1 IRANI IONF A10 101 IN0l'lll IIHIW R11 Ilppf r ll Irby Alive I lllllll Il Nporl 12 Ollitu 1 IKMFS 'VI IRIEI Al 2 Ru.: . . 5llI'IllgflCld . . llltlh of .. . ll!II"lllllll"ll Sport: 1-2-C1-I Bake-thall ll Cllcxuigtry Club 4 llly.'ll'5 Club ll Biology Club 2. JAMFS J. FURI ON! A8 7170 Rurllmurnt. Rel. Upper Darby .' . C 'ril lllll"lllllll"ll 'iports I-2-3-I Biology Club 2. DA II-'I J. t'A1IAl'I1FR 6 651 lhrlny Terr. lhrluy e.: Il Virgin ll aj ll l"lIllllI"ll Fport. 1-2-I - I ' 0 I-rr l-Z CIIonIi.'tI'y Ill: I It ' ' I ' ' A 'll' lloy 1-2. JAMES P. GAIIAIZIIER Al 5233 YVI'ftlvI'ook Rtl. ' Uppvr Darby ' lloly Crows llllflllllllflll Sports 1-2-3-I, Phyairs Club -I, lliology Club 2. -Ill W. Intramural 3 Franklin lllll'illlllll'1ll THOMAS A. GALIIACIIEII A0 Magnolia Ave-. ' AIIIIIII ' St. Josvpli Sports 1-2-3-Il, Footlnlll 1. WILLIAM J. CALIIACIIER A9 St. ' Rosemont ' St. Thonms of Villzlnovn Sports l-2-3-1, Swimuiing l, Howling 1-2. WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER A8 901 Ilanrtraun Ave-. ' Collingdnle ' St. Joseph h Intranuiraul Sports 1-2-3-II, Football l-2-3-4, Class Olliccr 4, Student Guard 4. ROBERT M FUIENJ A' H nerlown Annunumon I nm 1 11: 111:11 1 Sludcnl bulr o op l lub 2 11 md 111 VV0 Y IAIIIA A1 I1 Nl N111 1 I Q Innvnu' rlmln Il D011 I' uk 1 Swllllll 0 lun 1 7 Student iounul 1 RONAI 111 11110 710 Vunblx Rd Uppu Dllby St Aluc 1 L 11111111 MARIO I 1 AUIDINO A9 Sprllu lollmgd 119 Nt Jn vph I nnurll NUIYOII 1 Z 1 1 IIOXSIIIIK 12 Rlf1e TL llll Ofhur IOIIN 1 KANIN A7 11d 1 4 Rr IIINLII-Old Mollur of food ioun cl 1 lIll1ll1l1 5110115 12 .1 1 1111 .1 CPRAFIITX 11 Intl :mul ll Sport 12 .1 1 Ardmolc Donn ' o IONILPH 1 CERVIAWO A1 7221- flmlon Rd Upper Durhy fs Inlrlmuml Spon 5 Llllllll try Clulr .1 Iyflllllllis .1 1'11lL11' 11 f 1118001 A9 f I1 nd 114 c Upper Dflllly x III1ldllll1ll1 SDOIIH 12 .1 I RICH XRD R F11 FS A6 114 11 I lnngton Au- Mannl qarrvfl 11:- 11 rlmul ll Npoxlp, 12.11 Ioollrlll 1 BISCIIIII 11 L11 a Offimu 1 THOMAS M F111 A2 11 In on xr llrexvl Hull Qt Andrms Inu :mural S out 12 4 14 fro loun 12 .11 hw Mb llull 1 btudenl Quaid 1 Bnology Llub 2 RENNETII 1 KIIIFNPIF Al b N more. St Lllflon Helgllla Sl Eugrnc THOMAQ 9 C11 MARTIN A5 666 D nlon Rd Bryn Mmm Mothu of I ood Lounscl IHll.llllllld1 Sponls 12 J 4 ANITHONX 1 f'1U1 IANO A12 101 Alu-r lone Rd Lllflon HClgIl1m 11013 Q10 1ntr1mur.11 bpolls 2 3 KAR10 S FIUIIANO A1 1001 Longurc Blwd 11-'ndon St Lou: Crew 3 1 WIIIIAM1 f1AQ3 A11 ml Elhuon Au I lnsdossnc bl IIIIIOIIIPIII Inlrlmurll Nporta 12 '1 Golf 2 3 ln! RIQIIIXRII J. IQURIH X-I Q Il'Pl1upln'y Rd, ' lppvr llnrlry ' N. KIIVI' raulllllml Sporlf I-2-li-I, lla-lmting l-LI-I5-I, Clll'llliNlI'N llluln .L l,llNrll" Llulu l.4.l1-v Llulv I. ln! l'h ,IUFICPII K. KQHTIIIIC X2 321' l'im- Fl. ' fLlt'lllYlll4'll ' Fl. .lo-4-ph 'P Y l'Lllllll"1ll Fpurlx I-1.-.5-l. linac-luull I-L.-3-1. Llilfh Ulllvvr l yu-5 Llulr I. flllIlI'lll blluul 1. S'l'KNI,IiY I,. CR XIHPXS X2 130 XyilI1ll'I'llll'l'1' Ku-. ' IAIII-lllbhlll' ' SI. Pllilollln-I1 I 1 lu 1 ll 'NIJ R UN 1 n runlul 1 44 H04 llll n N vo r Ufllul X Rl' Nt I os N Illlghlli' rlmlu ul gpm! QRIN1 'l HF "I U lx u ll llllllllllldlllibll me ln ms 1 mr n x mnglx l np: LION! n nnu 1 Ill! all n 1 nu 1-nl Q 'i D- 3 nf' We 'ln-. X ,is W. x ff 2 a , FRANCIS V. GREEN A12 159 Green Valley Rd. ' Upper Darby ' St. Laurence Intramural Sports 1-2, Swimming 1, Band 1. .IAMES D. GRIFFIN A8 011 I,arm-lnnont Ave. ' Havertown ' Annunciation lntrannlral Sports I-2-3-I, Golf 4, Biology Club 2. THOMAS H. GRIFFIN A1 2113 Chestnut Ave. ' Ardmore ' St. Denis Intrannn'al Sports 1-2-3-1, Swimming 1-2, Physics Club 4, Biology Club 2, Glee Club 4. WILLIAM T. GRUBB A6 1112 S. Cllllffll St. ' Clifton Heights ' St. Eugene Intramural Sports 1-2-3-I, Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3, Track I-2-3-1, Newspaper 2. Class Officer 2-3, Stu- dent Counril 2-3, Dramatics 3-4, Student Guard -I. ROBERT E. GUENTHER A1 106 Tyson Rd. ' Newtown Square ' St. Anastasia Intramural Sports 1-2-fl-I, Debating I., Newspaper l, Physics Club -I. Band 1-2-3-I, Orchestra 1-2-3-I. MICHAEL G. GUNSALLUS A111 215 Burnlont Rd. ' Upper Darby ' St. Charles Intramural Sports 1-2-3-I-, Class Officer 1-2-3, Biology Club 2. GEORGE F. GUSS A12 913 Glenbrook Ave. ' Bryn Mawr Mother of Good Counsel Intramural Sports I-2-3-I, Basketball 1-2, Class Officer 3-I. JOSEPH L. IIAGAN A5 311L1andri1loRd. 0 Cynwyd ' St.Mattbias Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Chemistry Club 3, Biology Club2 'mwwaq TI! IIIPPKXI Nllllllfllll SIT li. THE AMBIGUOUS CASE -Bonner's trigonometry tear-ln-r, Father M1-Grane, after fully explaining the l'0llll!II1'tll1'lI HAIIIIPIQZIIOIIS Case" set-nts to have left some doubt in tln- minds of his bonu-- room Set-tion A-5. IN-to Ilvlti is not fully convinced and be and Fatln-r MrGrane are ironing out thc difli- culties of the problem. ROBI' RT I II II I INNLI A2 Ito N M rdr on xr Upper Drrlu St L1urrnrf- Intr rmrrr rl Sport IZJI Iln nn Llub I Urology Llu LI Omar II II I I III I II XIIII TON A2 I 1rIrlr D mul Irll St Bvrrmdrttr r ramurrl Sport I I SNIIIIIIIIIIIZ 2 II New pt ur emr rv rn rv Drrmr ll rr rt I rrrrd I II Ing llrrh 2 A Boy I IOIIW 0 II XIVIWIFI I All Rrrnrl rlr u I e-rdon S our rrrnurrl Nportb 2 lln lea L Iirolop llulr 2 ANDREW .I IIANION A3 IIIO Montg.orrrrrx Xu- Nrrlurth 51 Mtrgirrt llr Oflrur I Sludrnt Iurrcl I Biology Llub 2 .I IMES .I II IRI FI Al 117 lx nnrrlx cl Nprlngfreld Qt Ixmm rrmrlr rl 5port 1 .I I3 LI.: I Rr lll I y lu llrxl .IOIIW 5 IIKRT 'Ill Ilrft mn Sharon Ilrll Holy Sprrrt Irrtrrmut rl 'Sport 1 7 Brologx Llub 2 I IOSEIIII I II IIIWII NNW K0 N vt IJ rrln 4 1 I rr gm 'VI r rnrur rl s w IL OIIIM IXIIIIIIII IIUXRINN V AI6 Ihrrllxsoorl IIII I mr IIMIN N IIINIIW II I 'VI mm trw I ull rr 2 I r I L III' I I II III I I Ilrnn Q r mm onrr I II rm rrmur rl Nportb 12.5 'Burn r rg, Brologx Llrrlr Z Tlll II XS I7 II KI III ll IrInr I Iollrngal rlr r r rrrrur rl Npotl T unlry Brology Llrrlr Z F RI F II III' II II 26 Mrrlr on Au 4 mont Hrll nlrn tln I rr rrnrrlr II 'Sport I2 4 Ix L e Trmr Z Ihx rr Llulr IOIIN .I IIF VXI-I AI III: xr ArrIrnor4 Iolrrr n ramural Sport 12 I ot rr IIr ku nr Lhunrnlry Llub I Ihy rr Lhrlr I IONFPII I7 lII'I IFR A8 II 1' t 'Itlwn xr Irtlrnorr Io rn In rrnrurrl Sport 12 I I Bo slrng I Ilrolugy llulr Z IAMFN I' IIFIIIIIPIISON AG I5 5unrn Hrll I IIIIIIIONII rruI rr rrmur rl Sports 12 J I Lro 3 Lounlry 12 5 I lnw 12.51 .IOSFPII .I IIFRIIANN All 1005 Klrfton Au lollrngdalr 'Ht Inseplr rrmru rl Sport 1211 I ro s l our y I IIIII loam Llrm Officer 2 Brology Llub 2 R11 IIARD 11 HIII A1 12 N1 Olll St D11by Blu -.ed 11111111 M1rv r1111u11l 5110115 12 S1 Riding 1 Phys Club B.111d1231 011110 tm 1231 JOHN D HOBAN A1 101 Illglllllltl A11 Dleul H111 St Andrew 11111111 11 511011 Ioo 1 1 '11 Truk 11 lounlrw 2 New plper 1 L11-A Ollitet 1231 btudenl Lounul 2 Sunni C11-5 Trna uter DENNIS 1 HODGINS A13 1621 YK IIll0ll Au 111111101111 An11un111t1on Intl 111111r1l Sport 12 1 1 Lltw -1 bwltnmtng 1 B md 2 C115 Ofliur 13 Blology llub 2 FRANCIS C HOFSTAEDTFR A1 221 S Mltll o11 Au Uppu D11by St Laurvntc lnt1.1111u11l 511011 12 1111 1111 tty Club 3 Physics Club 1 Biology Club 2 Rldl0 Club 1 PAUL .1 HOGAN Ax 21' Oxfoid 11111 I1 Hnertown St Plus I11t111111111l Sport-1 1 D1 11111115 1 Rlflo Team 1 THOMAS I HOLDEN A10 221 111511111111 Au Dubv Blu td xllglll Mlly r111111r1l Sports 121 oo ll 1 111111 121 Stud1nt 1111rcl 1 Btology Llub Cla 1 Offimtr 123 Studtnt Lounul 12 lA'VIFS I HOIIENBACH A8 'S 5 Idltttllll St ll ltlflpllll S llllltls c S1 Cs lllll 1111111 11 Spott 1 Student Guatd 11 lV1ll'S I HOI STFIN A1 12 M1111 011 d I tn downe qt Clnnleq lllllllfll Spoit 12 1 111011111 4 L1l9l'llllly 1 1 D1 lbllllll., 1 Xtuboolt St.111 1 Illyaub Club 4 btudcnt. Ku 11d 1 1OH1fl'H I I101 STFIN A7 S 111111 111111011 H11gl1t S cllll vc I11t1 llllllfll Sport- 1211 Ruling 1 Dflllldlltb 31 Stu dtnt Gu 1rd 1 Glu. Club 1 .IAMFS D. HORFAN A8 7135 Cuilford Rd. Uppu' Darby St. Cyril Illl.l"llIllll'iil Sports 1-2-3--1. JOHN .l. IIORCAN A12 172 M1-reditll Ave. Rose 111o11t St. Tll0lll'lS ol Y1ll'lIlOV'l Il'lll"lllllll'31 Sport: 1-2-3-1 Tl"ll'li 1-1 Cro.s Country 1-3 Golf -1 Biology Club 2. FRANKLIN W. HOUDER A5 63 Iawron . ve. l'I'lYt'l'l0W'll .AIllllllH'1ll1l0l1 r11mur'1l Sports 1-2-3-1. 1 'li , .' rrc' 3-1, ' c Team 2-3--1, D1'a1111a1ti1'-z 4, Student Guard 1-. RALIH .1. HOWARD A6 529 I'111'lu'ic-w Dr. ' Wynne-wood ' St. lwI2'lI'jlill't'l IIlll'1lllIlll'lIl Sport- 1-2-3--1. Tl'2ll'li 1. Crew 2-3-1. C111-s Olli- rvr 1, Rifle Team 1, Bowling 2-3, Pllysics Club 1, Biology Club 2. GERALD W. HUGHES A12 3107M111-yS1. ' llre-xvl Hill ' St. Cl111rl1's Illll'1Illllll'2ll Sports 1-2-3-1, Bowling 1, Nowfpupcr 1, Rifle Team 2, Pllysirs Club -1, Biology Club 2. JEREMIAH P. HUNT A9 329 Avon Rd. ' Upper Darby ' Sl. Alive Illll'tlllllll'tll Sports 2-3-1. A K ii, g nj' fr an 44 5 gpfww ily! 91, ANOTllEll DAY. .-KNO'l'lll'iR 5Cll0lJXl'l Tlu- svl1ool tluy luis e-ntlml and at group nl llonm-r sluclvnts anxiously lvave the building ull heading lor tht-ir own tlestinnlinn. The neat attire and ample amount of books intle-ell vxemplilif-s the outstanding character possessed by the men of Bonner. JOHN .l. llllCl.l. All J WSQX vm. llllllvlll' ' Sl. l'llll0llll'llll '5 PI. E. A - ' l.a rl Intraunurul Sports 3-I, Clit-nnistry Cluli li, Biology Clulm 2, Pllysirs Cluli -I. .l0SlCl'Il J. INNICS ,W lflllllirl1lle'l1lll4l. ' llppe-r I,ill'llj ' 5l.Ali1'1' Trucli sl, liaise-lrull l. Class Uflicvr 3. Wll.l.l.-UI IC. IRONS X3 Zll YY. AllN'l'lll1lI'll' Avon ' l.uns1loxsnr ' Sl. lilliIl'l4'5 Intramural Sports l-3-l, N1'lKNlI1llH'l' 3, l'llysivs Cluli -l, Biology Cluli 2. l'll,Xlil.l'f5 .l. .l KNIICS .-XII! 5 lgllllllllll' ,"lu'. ' llane-rtoun ' FI. llorolliy lntrzunurall Sports l-2-Il-l, Cn-is 2-I. Suiuuning 2, llilln 'II-ann l, Clans- Uflit-or 2. ICIIW.-Kllll .l. .lfililt YN ,UZ 4.41 lyrauutv Tvrr. ' Springlia-lel ' 5l.K1'Sill lnlrannlrul Sports 1-2-3-I, Class Ullirvr 1-2, lliology v Club L. MlCll.'Xl'fl. ll. JOHNSON .NT T2 S. l'nion .Kun ' Lilllsillbklll' ' Sl.llllll0lll1'Illl lnlrumurnl Sports 1-ll-Ii-1, Caltllolir .M-tion 2-3-l-, lliology Club 2. Ibl WW' :quasars .mmm .wav as .... GERALD C. JOHNSTON A4 3848 Brunswick Ave. ' Drexel Hill ' St. Charles Intramural Sports 1-2-3-4, Class Officer 3, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4. JAMES A. JOURDAN A9 147 Academy Rd. ' Clifton Heights ' St. Eugene Track 3-4, Cross Country 3-4, Bowling 4. JOHN F. JOYCE A3 3436 Brunswick Ave. ' Drexel Hill ' St. Charles Intramural Sports 1-2-3-4, Dramatics 4. JOHN M. JUDGE A10 331 E. Lcamy Ave. ' Springfield ' St. Francis of Assisi Intramural Sports 1-2-3-4, Track 1, Swimming 4. BONNER'S ROCKETTES- -Our utal- entcdl' Seniors formed a chorus line for Bonner's Hrst Variety Show. This was all part of an hilarious two-hour program of entertainment during which various acts were performed under the capable direction and guidance of Fathers R. Gill and J. Elliott. The Senior Class playcd an important role in the success of this venture. . . . Wrsfiggho' .. . sv' .ar , JOHN C. KALLMEYER A7 68 Academy Rd. ' Bala-Cynwyd ' St. Matthias Intramural Sports 1, Tennis I, Biology Club 2. HAROLD M. KANE A5 504 Larchwood Ave. ' Upper Darby ' St. Laurence Intramural Sports 2-3-4. RICHARD A. KANE A12 110 Reese St. ' Sharon Hill ' Holy Spirit Intramural Sports l-2-3-4, Swimming I. Bowling I-3, Rifle Team 1, Class Ollicer 2-3, Biology Club 2. RICHARD E. KANE A3 6849 Radbourne Rd. ' Upper Darby ' St. Cyril Band 2-3-4. YXIIIIXNI X Ixlf KRNS K6 'I B1 nk 11 lfl0lI o 1 11111111 1I Npnrt u 1 0lI111r .Sl ROIlI'I1T 1 IxFII A6 'Nl ll N1 utou ll Sq 1 111 1 11111111 1I 111 0 111r uunt ltllllllll I llllltlll I Illfll 1 N l JOHN I7 RFIIFR N6 7' 0ll1.,It 11 5p1111g.l11lfI 1I11lI I 111 llll., I 5 L 1111 IIIKRIEST IxEII1 NI' I I1111111oo Nl Uppor Uuby ls Olltt 7 FIN PNP .I IxEIIW AQ 'I' I1 1111111111111 Rd Uppm lllrllt LWIII fdllllll 1I Npmt 1 Ofbtu I I1 NNI IS .I IxEI I 1 A12 11 'S I llllllll r A11 Yeulon o111 lnlfdlllllfll SIDOII3 1 31 B1I1LtI11II 1 C115 Olfitcr l 1oob1II I TIIOM KS ,I IxFN'I' A11 1 Ilnlton I Ro 11110111 St Tho1111 of Y1II'1no1f1 l11lr1n1111 1I 5130118 I1 lootbnll I l101sI111g Il- Blncl 1 ROHFRT II Ixl'0Ili II All 10 1 Wlltll M1 Illvul H111 Nt Dorollw lnt1111111r1I 511011 1231 b1v11111111ng 14 Biology 2 bam llla A t PAUI .I RERNO A5 1I7 E. SlI"lll'0l'll Ave.. I'1n.'1ow11e 91. PhiIo111c11'1 Intramural Sports 1-2-3--I Crew 3 Physics Club 4 JAMES J. KIIIJFA All 1357 M'1ryI'1nd Aw. Havertown S'11'r11I Ilvart I11tr'1111u1"1I Sports 2-3 I'ootI1'1lI I Cl'1ss Olliur 2 Biology Club 2. ROBERT I'. KII R01 A.1 450 Woo1l4'IilTc Rd. Upper D'lrlly .' . Cyril ntramur'1l Sports I-2. LEO F. KING A12 27 Hurd Avo. Upper Darby St. Alive Intramural Sports 1-2-3-Al, Football lMgr.b 2, Physics Club 4. EDWARD H. KLEIN A4 731 Cypress St. ' Yeadon ' St. Louis Intramural Sports I-2-3-4, Bowling 2, Biology Club 2, Sacrislan's Asst. 1-2. WILLIAM E. KLEIN Al 333 I'arl1a111 Rd. ' Springfield ' St. Frannris ol Ashihi Swimming 1-2, Golf 2, Rifle Team I. 11 101lNl .1 1xN1t HTI 1 All '112 llunl lc ul Au Duxol Hill 111111105 Intramural Sport: 12 .1 1 JOHN I RONOWAII A17 10, 1tl1 Au Bloomlll S 5 Intrnnul ll 'Sports 1 2 1 1 Bl rlmll 1 Ll In Ofliur .lOI1N 1 1xOSTll A12 1821 Ann: St 11100111111 Nt Clmrlw lunut il Sports 12 1 I ich 1 I un ll: 5 Ollitu 1 7 1 1 btudcnt Counu 1 1 ltc llub 1 JAMES F 1xOIlN All 117 Rlulw Au Collmgrllle St ,lo mph lunul ll 'Sport T 14 l Countr C11 0111101 1 Phs lls Club 4 Drlmalum 4 .101lN 11 RUDYMA A10 105 YV 5IllIIlK1lClt'I Rrl Spunglleltl Qt Dorolllv lntl uuul ll Sport 12 11 Rifle Term 5 Chem: tly Club .1 Ruling .1 1 Biology Club 2 lOSE1'Il M IAI 1 Y A11 221 Sliuon Au Shlron Hull Ilolv qllllll Inn nmurnl Sportb 1 1 .1 1 lootblll 1 Bn ltetball 12 ROBERT C 1 KM 81 A' 'S29 Wlllllelnlefe Aw Duwel H111 51 Antlnw I rlmurll5portQ12'11 Trlk 1211 Know Loun v 12 11 Tenn 2 News paper 2 lheml try Klub 1 Riding, 4 D1 ll'Il'lll15 13 Biology Club 2 Glu: Club 1 CIIRINTOPHER 1' 1 KMOURFUY All 401 Clcmsood Axe Ea l 1 ln downe l THOMAS .l. LAUCIII 1N A5 562 Sll"lIllllI0l'0 Rel. llwvcrtown Amlunriution Intrlmurwl Qports 1-2-3-1 Swimming 1-2-1 Coll 4. THOMAS R. l.AY'lN A3 521 Sll'llll,lk'llId Ave. Drextl Hill St. Antlrvw Intr'lmur'll Sport: 1-2 Swimming 1-2-3--1 Nusxpwpcr 1 Student Gund -1 Biology Club 2. JOSEPH IFINIIAUSFR N6 1019 l'lWI'0llf'C Avo. D'lrby Blemul Virgin M'u'y Intramurwl Sportg 3--1 Ihyqics Club -1. FRED D. IEINHFISER A2 231 Pine St. Clc-nolslrn S. .lommli Intrwmurwl Sports 1-2-3-1 Track 1-2-3-1 Crohs Country 2-3-1, Biology Flub 2. THOMAS I.. LEONARD A9 931Turnor Avo. ' Dre-xrl Ilill ' S1.II1'l'llillIf'110 Intrzuuurul Sports 1-2-3-1, lfootlmll 1-2. Basketball 1, Trnrli 1, Bowling 3-1, Class Ofllror 1-2, Biology Club 2. JAMES .l. 1.ERRO A6 2801 Morris Rd. ' Ardmore ' St. llvnis Intramural Sport: 1-3, Bowling 3, Biology Club 2. RAYMOND T. l.ETUl,l.E A2 102C11crry Sl. ' Collingtlulv ' Blvwsm-tl Virgin lVIan'y Il'l1l'1lllllll'lll Sports 1-2-I1-1, Tl'1l1'li 1-1, Sorvcr 1. New-pupvl 4. Yearbook Stull' 4. Clam Ollirt-r 2. Chvnli-try Club 3, Pllysirs Club -1, Drunmlivs 3-1, Biology Club 2, Clem: Club 4. R X. . .IUIIY 'If I.INKIOI.N 'XIII I IST IIQIIINPII 'I'm'rr. ' lIlrIIIll1,:lI.lI1' ' Sl. .lu-.-ph Inlrzunurnl Sport I-LI-.I-I. Iwmllmll I-11-.L 'I'r.u-Ix I-2-Ii-I V I lll1lIl1'h .I-I. IIl'9'4I"I.I. I' IINVUI N XI" V .,. .--he I La. .'.N. I'I1y -iw llluln I. Flush-nl lllmnl I. Iiiologjy Cluln 12. Innlom Trawlx 12. 'NIILII KICI. .I. I,lN'I'0X ,XII I 4I. ' II.u1-rlwmn ' Fl. II1-nix IlIII'llIllllI'.lI Sport- I-LI-II-I. lmrk LZ. Lrn-N 1.uunlry ' SNIIIIIIIIIIQL I, I'Ilyfivf l1IuIx I. liiulugy Illulr LZ. IIUIANII I.IM.IIIx X NT IIIII lllxvrrv I,.l. ' IIAIN1'I'IONSll ' Fl. Ilvnif Riding I. jUFI'II'II I". I,0I"'I'l'5 XII RIQII M'Iinglm1 .Msn ' lppvl' II.u'Iny ' Sl. I.illlI'l'Il1'l I'.XI'IIIlIIi .I. IANZXN ,VJ 5235 I.AIIl4'.INIl'l' Xu-. ' IIgnv1'I'ol'1I NIOIIh'l' of lI4m1I IIUIIIINUI IllIl'lllllllI'LlI ipurlf 3-I. Suinnning I, IHII4- 'I'--.nm I. Il If' IUI. 201. 20.5, IIIYIIKI. X slurm of hungry NNIIIIIIN from taI'sIv- une' IIll'0lllZI'l nx 1-.nga-rlx annul llu-u turn In purrllam- lIlt'll' -um nly of Illll1'Il 1'IlPf'kifl'0lll lln- 1-Ilerrful xml .llnny p.nli1-nl I.uIiv- ulun f.lilIlI'uIIy wru- twvlxiy-wuwl IIIIINIFVQI lamb vu-rw 4Im. an .QW if Nsinuning I. lII.u-- Iillirz-1' I-L.. 5IlIlII'llI Iiounril I-L. Ilrn- IllII'AlIlllll'llI Sporlx I-LI-QI-I. ,IIl'1l1'Ix I-LI-.I-I.I1I.nu 0IIir1-1' I, JULES .I. LOOS A3 309 Crayling Ave. ' Narlu-rth ' St. Margaret Intramural Sports I-2, Pllysivs Club sl, Student Guard tl, Biology Club 2, Rifle Club 1-2. .IOHN A. LORENZO A6 358 E. Madison Ave. ' Clifton Ileigbts ' Sl. Cllarlvs Intramural Sports I-2, Biology Club 2. GEORGE A. LOZINAK A13 2l9 Earlington Rd. ' Havertown ' Annum-lation Intramural Sports I-2-3-l, Bowling I-2-3-l-, Riding 4, Sat-ristau's Asst. I, Band 2. JOHN E. LUBY A7 ll Brookside Rd. ' Springfield ' St. Fram-is of Assisi Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Rifle Team I-2-3, Student Guard -l. JAMES P. LYDON All ffl Sunshine Rd. ' Upper Darby ' St. Laurence Intramural Sports 2. WALTER L. M,sc:l"AlH'l-IN Al 216 Kenmore Rd. ' Havertown ' Amnmriation Intramural Sports I-2-3-l, Class Officer I-2. Illlysirs Club 4, Band I-2-3-l, Orchestra I-2-3-l. JOSEPH Il. MADDEN A10 l5Il Manoa Rd. ' Penn Ivynne ' Presentation Intramural Sports I-2-3-l, Trarlt I-2, Swimming 1, Rifle Team 1, Biology Club 2. ROBERT .l. MADIJEN All 211 Frederick Rd. ' Havertown ' St. Denis Intramural Sports 1-2-3-l-. HEADS UP? Fatlu-r Walsli expresses deep interest in our National Prob- lems as his ll0IlN'l'00lll. A-lil. follows llim in their lvoolts. lfrom tln- atten- tion being paid to Ilu' lv1'Illi'e'i'. it ap- pears ratln-r obwious lllal Ifallwr vfillrill bas prt-fat-val liis lm-lure with the promise of a test in the near future. IOIIW I MKIIII AN Av IH Onklu al Upper lhrlvy Launnu: Inlrlnlul nl Sports 12 3 I Ll: -. Olllur J RAY MONU .I IVINCFR Nll l6l Lollm D Nprmgluld it Keun .IOIIW I' NIM UIRF N8 2 NoullnuIg,e Rd lllrln I 1 QI Xlfglll an n rlmurll poll OH Biology llub I Sludmnl buurd I Will ll-XFI I MAFUIRF All I ns on Haurloxsn Annunumon rmuu ul Sports I I lr A 4 n lnlll I I Nus paper 121- Ll: Olliurl Biology Llub 2 WIIIIVVIJ IVIHUIRF AI N Ill hop Npungfield I o v lm'-Q I lmul ll NINHIN 7 I c A llll New viper l rl Ill I lholop L ulr 7 Nun huns A l .il Llltlllls ry Lluln .5 W II I I VII 7 M N1 UIRE AI m8 l'1Ig4IuIl Rd Ball l vnwyd St M lllll llb lluln I lhologw Llur .W Mui' MII IIAFI .I M KI U l'VHIxI All 2 S lwnn ul Il Inland Pull 5 Il nw B a Lllrlll I Ill Llrlll .5 IOIIN II 'HANK INI 'X ll 2'3I6 llnn Mmr An Aulmou em lumurul NIIOII 2 IIIIIIIW n s -I Llalps Olfiur 2 IIIOIOKI' Llu . FIDWNRIJ R. M.-NNNINI' AL. 6II Turn:-r Au-. 'exe'-I ' Sl. .Mnlnw us.p'xpcr 2-li-I 'r ogy 1 ulv '. ' ', I ll . JfUIII"S K. NIANNINI' A7 .1 ' 'I ' . .'ln.4Ioxs S. Illilonlvlrl rwmurnl Sporlx I-1.-I- ' ' -1. Biology C un ' C' oliv A - ion -2. FIJWARIJ I". NIAYYINU AI - 2. ' 1 'a . Sprin1,,Ile-I1I n y 1-1 .'.- ' 1-mi.lry Clulul I 1 .' - ' " . .IOS II'Il II. Nl.-'KIIINWO ,-U ' . a ' . ' . Iliflon Ilvi . I ' ' r-umur'll Sport: -1.-l- " ' . '. - 4 -1- . .' .III I'. NINIIINK .1 . ' 'ov' i ' .' . 'rm ' - n l'3lIlllll'2ll Sporh -1.-I - . 7 o IL , as ' 4 L- , I ips flIt'1'l', , , a' 's I I 3 , .l ' I :lr - . CIIAIIIES .I. Nl.-KII'l'INO Afl I Morro '. ' Springlivlcl ' ry I' ri Inlrumurul Sport, 1-3, Claw Ullirvr l-Ii, Slmlvnl Council 1 3 II.-KI.l'II I'. lVl.NS'I'IlA'WlEI.0 AI2 T50 Cyprvr- Sl. ' Yvaulon ' Sl. I.ouiN IlIll'iIlIllll'1lI Sports I-2-Il-I. 'I'rau'k I-2. firms Ii-I. llillv Vlliillll 1-2, Class Olllfcr 3-I, Biology Club 2. DANIFI J Me ANAI l Y All lox lle.lel Bryn M :wr Aye Bryn Mlwr Molhel of I ood Coumel Intramural QDOIIS ll Golf 12 DONALD l MeAVOY A6 H6 lltllevrofl Rel Uppel Dulry 91 Cylll lnlrnnurll Sports 12 ll lrew 31 Rlllv, Tenn l News p :per 5 Sluele nl. bulrel 1 Biology Club Z Glec Club 4 All nr Boy 12 THOMAS J MeCAllREX A8 2602 lllg.,lll mel Aw BIOOIII lll 'St An mania Illlldllllll ll Spent:-.e 12 31 Cl lbS Offieer 12 JOSFI ll D MeCANN All 'HZ flll-l0ll Au L0llll'lgllll0 51 Imepll I nmu ll me Cum 12 3 l bwllllllllll B.: eblll 12 Cl: 5 Oflleerl DONAID E MeLARRON Al 1 ure!! Drexel Hell Nt Anellcw IIlll'dllllll'll Nporl l 7 3 l luxe 12 Bowling 4 Chem l luv l llly le Club 1 D1 llllllllb .51 LllLCllCldlIlg .5 Biology Club 2 lAMFH F MeCAUl FY Am 1 lVle lmeml lue Dnlny Ble eel X llglll Muy llllllllll Npenls 1 Crux 123 Clean Olllecr l Bm 12 Alter Boy 12 DENNIS M MeCl AlN Al 7 l' eoll llnmlown 9 De IIG lnnurll Sports ll S 1 r lx 4 l'ln Cluj D1 lmllle J I 'vluelenl I und 4 Biology Club Z RON Xl D l MeKlE'VlFNT All 210 lexmg,lem Axe l' ll lm elos e FARI l Mel IINTOCK A7 l Alel le N el llpper Dnlny Nl l lllltlllc Illlldllllll ll Sporla 12 Tx uk 1 Biology Club 2 1 .l KMES .l Me CI OSRFI A9 258 Mon Rel Upper l,ll'lH S Allee- ln l'IlllUl'll SIIOII l2 3 1 shllllllllllg 2 Rlllb Te lm C11 Offieu 1 Biology Club Z lNMFS P Mefl ONKFY All 776 Drexel Axe- Drexel lllll Anelxexs n 1 lflllll ll Spent Z 3 l Rlellng .5 Sluelenl bu Biology Club 2 blue Club 1 MICIIKFL F MellOSlxl'X AIO p00 ldumonl Rel HIYIIIOXSII I emurnl Spent lmmmg l B1 e Oflxeu 1 Sluelent tillllltll l Rlellng 5 Biology Club lVllCllAFl l Mel lOSlxFX All 6 flllllllll Rel Upper Dulry 5 Curl rnnurll Spoxl l 5 I Olf D X'NlEl l Mel l OX A6 255 F Be ne-ellet x ll IVQIUNAII S T 5 1 llllllldl 5poxl 12 .S 1 Coll 1 Ll Ollleel l'NTRlllx l Mei Ol I UM All .5 Ulll0ll Au B Ill Cymsyd bl WI llllu 2 7 Q 7'- As, la 4 ' a , .- 1 ' -. " 4 . ' -', - . 1 a .' -'-I-', I 2 '-1, ' - : , , :- A 2 .,. - 1 -, ', , .. ' " a 'I 1 ' a" " ., .R A' . . plz- , ' 3 . , I . .1, Q . . ' l' 'v. ' ' ' 1 , ' .l . , . ' IIll'1 ': Sl 'ls I-2-3-I-, " v -'-'- , ' " ' g 1, 's' A -', ' as' " . 25lf' Cz' - Rel. ' ' ' .' . ' ' A .' s -2.-I-. l'S' -', " , ' ist'y C ll, ' 'M-s ' -, 'a z""-', "'z' '-1, . Y , I 4' 1 'l 4 1 Y F Iif. x' l"'le' ' z' ' ss, 1' lnl': 'A .' '.", "" --, la" ' ., ed -', 1 252.0 re-s' Rel. ' 1 ' ft. v1'. lnl 'z 4 .' .' -' -1- , T ale" l-2-fl- , jsirs l l -l-, 'ea"s'-,.' ' la' , ' ' '. . .- , .. 12. . 4 ' ' ' las ,z r en! ' Sl. Cyril lllll'l!llllll'1ll Sports 1-2-3-I-, Biology Club 2. . , .. il, T 1 -9. BV. . a'.' ' ,a " ' Y 2 2 A v ' 3 L ' 1 1 1 - ' 5 , , 0 9,2 s e E. I la 1 .' 'F ' , " -a 1 lass "' , ' ' '. L ef -' ff-1" - se.. ll': 'a I 'sl-'-S-, " ',.' - 'alrell 7 I 5' l I r . - - se. Pau, X Q -I , lnl'a 1 .' 's l-2-3-L Sw' ' , as-lmll l. Clam -ei f 1, 933 I' . ' ' a' j ' ft. Ima a Q 'D -2-I-I-, Class wer 1-3. I. ,. - A1-. ' aw' ' ' .'l.le-nic llll'a " .' -'-'-, ' , 'alas 2-3. ' ' A 'A .1-KA T". ' ' la 'als 2 3 ' - . ' a ' 1 . A 1 m T Q 'N fo- S , COT .X Nl Yflfll? 'l'lu' CltriQtluals tra-4' :null tlu' Nutivity S4't'IIQ'. fpottaowtl by tht- Fturlrut Council, t'a-prv-outs tlu- trun- spirit of llllflilllltlr at ll0llIlf'l'. Aelluiring tllf' tliaplay uw lid Carrigznu. .lim llolett-in. Larry Amtbtatfi. lid Pom-rf. and .lohu Toner. X I .l05lCl'll l". Nl11CU'NNl'Il.l, Mr lvll lqtlllllbllllh .-Mo. ' Dre-xc-l llill ' St..fMulr1-w lutrauuuratl Sport- 2-ll-1. Cltvtuixtry Clllb 3, llitliug l l'ltyfi1'a Clttb 1, l,l'2llllZlllt'r 1, Html:-ut llllklftl l, Iiiolop ' v Club L., Ulm- Club SLI. JOHN ll. M1Cl'RIlY .Xl 51 Cilpiu Rtl. ' l7pprt' llztrby ' St. Cyril Illlftllllllfill Sports l-2. lN1'NslHlIH'l' I-2-It-I. lllll'llIlNllY Club 3, Pllyfivs Clttb 1, Sttuln-ul Iluural l, Biology 2. FIIW,-'KRD l.. Nl4:Cl'SKlilt -N7 T5 YY. l,uCrosw Au-. ' lmttstloum- ' St. lllllltHll4'IlI lutrauuttrul Sport- l-.I-3-l. lflbtllllllll I-ZZ-It-1. Crr-xt It-L Clzt Ulllwr l-2-3-l. Stutln-ut Cunrrl l. lliology Club 2, Cutllo Avliou 2-3. Yvurboolt Stull l, llotsliug ZZ. THOMAS M. Mr,lll'IRfVl0'l"I' All 1313 Robinson Au-. ' llanvrtoxsu ' Sm-ra-mllle-:ut't Y P lutr1uutu'atl Sports l-L.-3-1, Trzu-lt L lliology Club L.. Blfllxflllll .l. lVlt.lll'fNl'l"l' All 232011-mlult-Rel. ' llppvr Darby ' St. Mim- Illll'lllllllI'ill Sport, l-2-3-1, Crow Country l. Coll' 1. Cla Offiu-or li, Cll1'llllhll'y Club Ii. Pllyaivw Club I, l,I'2llll1llll'h 5 Biology Club 2. UAYIU .l. lVl4.ll0NNl'll,l, A6 906 Yvaulott .Ma-. ' Ye-:ulou ' St. Loui- lt , Illll'illlllll'1ll Sports I-2-3-1, Sssiuuuing I-2-I5-l, Riding Ill Y X X Biology Club 2, Slutlcul Utturtl l, lltyfics Club l. - A I 11.-XNl1C1. Y. MQLIJONOUCII A7 751 lieeelnsood Rd. ' Havertown ' 1'resentalion Intramural Sports 1-2-3-I-, Class Officer 1-2-3-1. FRANCIS H. McELHENNY A2 139 Barrie Rd. ' Ardmore ' St. Colman lntramural Sports 2, Newspaper 1-2, Physics Club -l Band 1. J.tMEs W. McCARRlGI,E A10 5126 Gramercy llr. ' Clifton Heights ' -Holy Cross Intramural Sports 1-2-3-I-, Class Oflicer 1-2, Student Coun- cil 1-2. JAMES A. MLCFIARY A7 6 Colf Rd. ' Ilarby ' Blessed Nirgin Mary lntraniural Sports 1-2-3-1, Rifle Team 1, Riding 4, Bio logy Club 2, Glee Club -1-. 'ENOW IN BOSTON, CEN'l'1,1'INll'IN" - Father Joseph Cill. our Senior moderator, addresses his homeroom and by tho-e beaming faces one can easily see tllat all of Section A-8 are interested in the topic. It seems from the outward expressions that lfatlicr is asking for some money to finance a Senior class actixity. ROBERT E. MLGEEIIAN A114 1361 f'1dgcl1i1lRd. ' Darby ' Illes-ed Virgin Mary Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Rifle Team 1. THOMAS R. Mt:ClN1,1'iY A13 427 Hampden Rd. ' Upper Darby ' St. Cyril Intramural Sports 1-2, Class Of1icer 2, Riding 2. EUGENE A. M11ClNNlS A10 293 Friendship Rd. ' Drexel Hill ' 5t.11orothy lntramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Rifle Team 1, Band 1-2-li-l, Orchestra 1-2-3-1. 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Llub FIJWXRD f' MENf'Fl A1 Jun u llifton Height St Fllgtlll' Intl xmui nl NIDOII 12 loollmll 12 1Mtntgcr1 Tl uk Rlfloo Tenn 1 Nui ptpct 23 HENRY .1 METCAII A6 1 nntt Road llrcxpl H111 S Lltulz Intl nnurrtl Npottn 2 3 Nos piper 3 1 ANIJREW W MEHLR A6 101 Gu ttlnnou Rd H tw-rtown Annnnuntlon Intl tmtnal Sports 12 11 Bmebtll 1 Lbclntalry Llub 3 1113.115 Llub -1 btudent build -1. CHARI ES A. MEYFR A1 313 S1l'lI1t'1'llN1 Ave . Drexel Hill St. Andre iv In l"lllllIl"ll Sport: 3-1 1- ' 'ig 1 I ' .S Offi' ll I1 i try Club 3 Riding -1 1'lly.'i1's Club -1 llranrttirs 3-1. JOHN .1. MEYER A6 321 Cltiltls Avo. llrvxt-1 Hill Sl. Cltalrlrs Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Physics Club -1. ANDREW J. MlHAl.ClK A9 7110 Enwraon Avo. ' Uprwr llalrlry ' St.Cy'ri1 Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Rifle Tcann 1-2-3, Hand 1-2. DONALD C. MILLER A10 812 Irvington Rd. ' Drs-xc-1 Hill ' St. Re-rnaulrttv Intramural Sports l-2-3-1, Football 1, Balslxctbatll 1-2 Crew 3, Class Officer 3-f1. ii? RliTlllCRl"0Rll S. Nlll.l.l'Ill All 456 Maple-xsooql Rel. ' Springlivlal ' St. K1-xin 12 'X l lfootlrill 1" 'l Crow l'l l'l'l s Intranuiral Sports --.-. . -...-., . -.., ..x. Oflivcr l-1, Biology Club 2. JAMES E. MlTClll-Il.l. .-Nl 538 S. Sixty-Ninth Sl. ' llppvr llarby ' Ft. Cyril Intramural Sports 2-3, Pltyrirs Club 1, Biology Cltlb 2, Band 1. Il A JOHN J. M0l"l'7K All ll5 N. Carol Blul. ' l'ppvr llarby ' SI. l.atlr4-nu l-2-Il-l, Football l-2. illl'2ll'lx l-2, Clam. ramural Sports " Ofllrvr 1-2, Stutlvnl Council l-2, Stutla-nl lluarml -l. RRY J. M0l"lfl'l'T .XS 257 Sll4'I'lll'00li Blvtl. ' llppor llarby ' Ht. Mira' Intramural Sporlf l-2-Ii. Clan Uflire-r l, flll1'Illlhll'y Club 3, Biology Club 2. JOHN F. Nl0ll.N'Y .Nl 2l8 Talbot Dr. ' Broomall ' Sl. l'iuw X Intramural Sports I-2-3-1. EIJWARID ll. MOORE All! 366 lfairfax Htl. ' Drt-Xvl llill ' Sl. ll1'I'llilI.l1'll4' intramural Sports l-2-ll-1. Football l-Z!-Il. Trark l. Ban-- bill I l Cl: Off' 'i '4 ud I louu ll 5 lug A -, ns Club 2. Xvll.-Yl' .X NYl'il'fKl'iNlll Ou Momlay mornings tlw popular topii- of vonvorfation is ilu- vxalualiou ol' tlu- past Nl't'kQ'llll.5 at-tixitie-S. llvre- Cllarlvy Rive-sttto oxplniua Ill? pre-xious Sllllllilfif football game aml il4 oulrotuu lo a vaptisalcll group of foniorw prior lo cult-ring at-liool. A, if Mi -F . if t. Q tvcr ., .t oil I 1" I, Biol ig. ' .Mk 6 'if -as I lugs, 44,55 I 'Q lv 'Q it wx.,- .3-..., Www-egg. V, I5 ft hmm 22 I it QF' HARRIS F- MOORE A10 RAI.I'H M. MOKINEI.I.I At llll liinroln Rd. ' Havertown ' Sarrcd Ilcart 3128 Horton Rd. ' Nvntoxsn Square ' St. Anastasia l"ootl1all 1. .lOIIN .I. MOORE AIO Intramural Sports 1-2-3-l, Student Guard Al. ANTHONY I,. MORRIS All 2ltl Colonial Ilarli llr. ' Spriltglivlcl ' Iloly Cross 63l Mf'l'l"'l AVP- ' Ulllwl' llilrlly ' Sl- l'i'U""'l"" Intramural Sports I-2-Il-lf. Ifootllall l-2, Track 2, Crew ll, I'llri'mUl'i'l SIWVIF 1'2'3'l1 CNW l'2'il, Sltllllllllllg ls BNN" Class Oflivur 1-2-3, Student Counvil 1. ball 4- -OHN ' N1 0 S I FRANCIS MORRISSEY Alll lol Linvoln kve- ,C Colgnglflalcxll. SL Johcph Bl'lf!,llI1?ll Avo. OI Upytol' Iltlflby ' Irilllll-l.lq-P Immmm.al Sports 34. Inlrannlral Sports 1-2-3-I, Som-re-r 4. Tennis I-J, Rifle Team 1-2-3-I, Student Guard 4, Biology Club 2. PETER J. MORANO All , f 027 ll'-'mk AVP' ' Sllmlln ' Sl' Eugvne 717 AlNlt'l'S0l?lltl:flh St Andrew Intramural Sports 2-3, Physics Club -1. Biology Club 2. ' A ' ISN'T THAT RIGIIT, ARNIl0I.T?' I7atl'n-r Andrews questions the- ve-rat-ity of one of his msn hl1llt'Illt'lIlS as his home-room. Sm-tion A-7, lislvns in Iw- uilderme-nt. llv dirt-vls his qui-stion to .Ianlvs Arnholl and .lim naturally 1-onws up with tho stou-I. ansxu-r, ye-s. Ifathe-r uses such questions to trap any sleeping sludvnts. F1111 ARD 11 MUI I ANF1 A6 6 Ourlnook l'lnn Ourlmroolt H111 lu- lll1l1I0l1 mmurul Sport 12 1 I lo Lllenn tn Llulr .1 lln u Llulm 1 Biology Lluh 2 111 KRI ES .I MUI I EN Al' 71 Sun lnno Rd Uppor D urby bl Llurencc bo J 1- FFORI E J MUIIER A7 117 llculmood l nn llzrwyn St Monlrl Intl :mural Sport 12 .1 1- Tgnnlb .1 Biology Llub 2 Band 1 2 3 lRANllS .I MUIIICAN All ill 1'lllll0lNl Au Drexal Hull St Lllll1l.s Illlfdllllll ll Sports 1 Lllss Offiur 12 ROBERI' F MUIIIFAN A2 1518 Vnnlnng, NN n Newtown Square St An.: 1ntl lnnu ll Sport 12 S1 Trnnns 12 Rifle Tram 1 Nusa Nl lluo Lll I IFR KI D T MURPIIH A11 1129 Bn nn St llnul 11111 St 111 rn ulettv 1ntr'nnurll Sport 1211 Ntwllllllllllfl 1 Golf 4 Rifle ham 1 ll: 5 Ofllur Z3 bloc Llub 4 -Fi is V, Q' 1 Q X x iii 'Q X , JAMES R MURl'll1 A2 7168 Ru lun 1 me Upper lllrlry I rlmural Sport 12 11 1'ootlnll 2 1 1- Soc I s 0111 on Stu lo nul 11 Nmwspu c- I nook 1 alum nunt u rx Ilulr 1- Un-mln urls-r 1 Suretury 01 Stuclq nt Lounul .1 lrcsulent of bllldtlll. Luunul 1 CERAID W MURR A7 122 Fltndnlo. Rd Uppu Dnlvy St Alnv Inlrnnul ul bpolls 12 .1 1- FDWARIJ 1 MURRAY A7 616 W 10111:-. Crm-tk Iln Yeadon S om Illhdllllll ll Sports 1231 Lllss Ofluu 1 Student Loun u 1 FUCENE A NIURRAX A7 2 ilu tu lllfton llughts St l'up,en4 Intrnnuml Spolln 12 3 1 T uk 2 5 1 iro 3 Lounuy 231 PAUI J. MURRA1 A13 211 low-ll Rcl. Springfif-111 .' . ' ' 1-'x o ' 1ntr'unur-ul Sports 1-2-3-4 Trarlx 1 Crobs Country - C1115 0151-er 1. .IOS '1 H B. NAFFR A1 129 lqfllllilhlllll Rel. '1Xtl ll' St. Dorothy n.p'lpcr 3-1 1' ntl 1-2-I - O " c. ' 1-' -' - . THOMAS D. NARKINT A2 225 line, St. Vlrnolrlen St. ,lose-5 1 Intramural Sports 3-1, Class 01111-cr 1. JAMES F. NAUGIITON A6 115 S. 1'1-:nun-k Av:-. ' Upper Darlny ' St. 1.anu'cnrc lntrumurul Sports 2-1, Rifle Tcum 1. DONALD .1. NEEDIIAM A5 2:lIlN.11IlNi'lIlAlll Avo. ' M1-rion ' St. Nlutlllizls Intramural Sportb 1-1, Crow 1, Snrristanlfs Aust. 1. JOHN A. NEELY A11 110 S. Pennoek Ave. ' Upper Darby ' St. Ltllll'ffllt'C Intrnnrurarl Sports 1-2-3--1, Swimming 1, Bowling 2, Class Officer 1. .lOSEP1l P. NELSON A7 81ilEutnn Rd. ' Drexel Hill ' St. Bernadette Intranmurul Sports 1-2-3--1, Golf 1-2-3-1. LEROY R. NEWMASTER A1 115 VV. Broadway ' Clifton Heights ' St. Eugene Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Rillc Team 1-2, Physics Club 1. THOMAS W. NEWMASTER A3 15 W.llr'oudw1ry ' Clifton Heights ' St. Eugene lntralmural Sports 1-2-3-11, Class Olliecr 1-2. JOHN J. NICK A10 1l71Iirsr Ave. ' East Lansdowne ' St. Cyril Intr'urrur'r1 Sports 1-2-3-1 Biology Club 2. IEORCE l NINNI A5 117 Burrnont Rd Drexel llrll St Andrew Drmrrtrrs 1 bloc Club 1 CFORCF S NIKON A1 111 Spring Vrllev Rd Dlrbv Rlcs ed Wrrgm Mary Intr :mural Sports 3 1 lhy us Club 1 Biology Cub 2 ANTHONX P OBRIEN A9 306 Third Mr Newtown Square St Anrstrsrr lrrtr unur ul Sport 12 3 1 Rifle Tum 1 lAMl'S 1' ORRIFN A1 110 Wt tnront Dr Llilllllgllllt, Joseph lnlrlnrur ll Sport 2 1 T' fi ' . 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Strangely enough l"ath1-r actually found some remnants of thc English language. f Q ' ww. .lOHN M. PALCHER A5 317 Hampden Rd. ' Upper Darby ' St. Alice Rifle Team 1, Chemistry Club 3, Physics Club 4. JAMES D. PATTERSON A6 1109 Cornell Ave. ' Drexel Hill ' St. Bernadette Intramural Sports 3-4, Rowling 1-2, RiHe Team 3, Riding 1-2-3, Physics Club 4, Student Guard 4, Biology Club 2. RUSSELL R. PAUL A9 39 Schappett Terrace ' Lansdowne ' St. Philomeua GEORGE J. PEARLINGI A10 112 lligh St. ' Sharon Hill ' Holy Spirit Intramural Sports 1-2-3-4, Student Guard 4, Biology Club 2. PAUL li. PECK A1 165 N. Madison Ave. ' Upper Darby ' St. Latlrence Intramural Sports 1-2-3-4. Golf 3-4, Newspaper 3-4, Chem- istry Club 3, Riding 4, Physics Club 4, Biology Club 2. LEONARD N. PETERSON A2 214 Heatherwood Rd. ' Havertown ' Annunciation Intramural Sports 1-2-3-4, Newspaper 1-2-3-1, Yearbook Staff 4, Biology Club 2. RICHARD J. PHELPS A6 150 Wlood Rd. ' Springfield ' St. Franris of Assisi Intramural Sports 1-2-3-4, Swimming 1-2, Physics Club 4. ANTHONY D. PIERANTOZZI A8 100 Wallitlt Hill Lane ' Havertown ' St. Pius X Intramural Sports 1-2-3-4, Newspaper 1-2, Cheerleader 1-2, Band 2. HOMEWORK IN IIIICIIOCLY- 1'l'llCS?---Father Drager seated before his famous l'.0.lJ. notes takes a set'- of a nn-niber of his homeroom, Scr- ROBERT T. PINIZZOTTO A5 229 S. Oak Lane ' Primos ' St. Eugene Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Football 1-2, Class Officer 1-2- 3-1, Physics Club 4, Glee Club 4. PETER B. PIOTTI A3 122 Wa1nutSt. ' Newtown Square ' St. Anastasia Intramural Sports 4, Class Ofheer 1, Student Council 1. JOHN J. PIZZOLLO A13 221 Qtnlord Rd Upper Darby St Alne Intrnnul ll Spotta 13 LFON KRD .1 POWEII A10 118 We tdnle Rd Upper D Irby bt LIUFPIIIC Intrtmurtl Sporta 12 3 l- Newspaper 4 Dfdml11Cb 4 Bnology Club 2 DAY ID .I POWERS A10 lmll Melro e Au Havertown S 1 us Intrtmut tl Sporta 231 Btology Club 2 FIIWARIJ I POWERS A10 150 N Clrol Blwd Upptr Dalby St Iwurentc New pnprr 123 Drlmatte 1234 Student Guard 4 Cheerlelder 1 Biology Club 2 5-1011511113 Au! 4 .1011N B PRENDERGAST A13 161 We tdtle Rd Upper Dlrby St Laurence lntramurtl Sportb 17 31 T1 nk 2 3 4 Rldlng 3 4 EDWARD J lR1WITOWbKI A3 821 Edmond Au Drexel Hill St Bernldette Intrmmurll Spotts 1 New paper 23 I Chemlatry Club .1 burnt try of lrom Committee IOHW W QUINL 'IN A6 46 Wtmroft Dr Mtdta St Itlnet of em Inttamut nl S volt 1 7 3 l Sxsnnnnn 1 Bowltn 1 Rifle 1 ll 15 Tenn 1 Cllblllllly Club 3 Pltyaun Club 4 Btology Club 2 15' 'Q .,,. . or f ef A I pg 4-1 - "' W .V . 1 -'I f ltr 'l I I "Wf'i2' To-1 73 TIIONIAS .I RAAB All 152 Signal Rd Havertown St Dolotlly Intramural Sports 12 3 1- Track 2 3 l Bowllng 12 Claes Olliter 1 JOSEPH .I RADANO A10 7007 Htztl Au Upper Dnby S I nnente Intrtmuml Sportb 1234 Footblll 1 Cla s Olliter 12 Biology Club 2 RICIIARD L RADLIAR A2 619 Magnolia Ayr f lenolden SI ,Io eplt Intramural Sport- 12 3 4 Ba lutblll 3 I B b ll 1 1 Swllllllllllg 1 Chemistry Club 3 Biology Club 2 Clee Club 4 Al BIN A RACUC RAS A5 1140 Wal on Dr Upper D Irby St Bernadette Intramural Sports 1231 Track 2 Chenuatry Club 3 Blology Club 2 RICHARD I RAMSPACIIER A2 220 Clmpbell Ave Hnertown St Dun-a Intrlmurtl Sport 1234 Croi Country 12 SWIIIIIIIIIIR 1234 Soertr 31 Chem: try Club 3 Student Culrd 4 Cheerleader 4 Biology Club 2 PHII IP A RANIFRI Al 816 Church Lane Yeadon SI Lotus Intrlmut ll Sports 12 I 4 Swlmmmg 1 2 1 1 fhemntly Club 3 Rldtng 34 Physics. 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IIUXNIC .XS W V . . , NI xx.ll'I'l0l' IMI. ' Ilru-xe-I IIuII ' SI. Ilorolln ology lIIl1Iu 2. Fllulvnl 1lu.ur1I I. TIIUNI XS If. Ill' XNIC XIII 322.59 III'lllINNI4'Ix Xu-. ' Il:-1-v-llIiII ' 5I.11Il.uI4 I . .IUIIN .I. ICI llICl.l.X X0 I .'-wb 230 5. I4.nyln-rrp I,:lm- ' Ippn-I' Ilzlrlny ' Fl. I.AIlll1llll "J ' r.I1l'lll'Ix I-2, Iioxsling QI. Iiiology 1fIuIn QI. - ' . A I , I 'S' Q., ' I I ' I'I'I'I'ICR M. Rl mum M2 " Hg :t ' , TIN! IIro.uI Xrrv- Ihl. ' I'e-nu NLIII:-3 ' Fl, IxIJll'j1Il1I Q-Y, I "' I if I I QQ' IlIIl'illllllfllI Sport- I-LZ-,I-I. 'I'r.u'Ix I-LI, Ifrvu LI-I. SNIIIIIIII I 'ii Ng" 5. X fy I. Ilan-vImII I. IIIII4- In-ann LZ. lII.lw UIIIV1-r I, IIi1Iinp, I ' ix- S59 I'I1yfim-N Club I. Biology lllulu LI. 'I'IIUNl XS X. III I-'I-'U KH 'I I':1Ig1l'llll7lII .Xu-. ' Clifton Ile-ighlx ' Fl. 1IImnI1 in lIlIl'1llllIll'ilI Sporlf l-2-.I-I, I"oolIv.nII 2-QI, ISI:-v Club I IIi'I"S ICU IU 'I'llIC IIUI' 'I'Ilrs'a' llll'II of Hom NI Im I.lh. Iom hull. .mfl Xl Wa'-lIloII lvollh-IN 1'-vorl IIl4'll' 1I41In'- to om- oI lIn- In rI.um'4-- nl f4'IlooI, II14--v IIlI'I'I' flood out in .lIIl'lI1I.llll't' .xl lI.lIl1'4'- .ul.I olln-1' N4-Inool Iunrlion-. I'1Illllll'JII Fporlx I-2-.I-1. FXSIIIIIIIIIILI I, N1-u-lnupvx' ' I I l'LllllllI'.lI bporlx I-Lf-YI-I. I'xooIImII I. lllnw Uiliw-r I 3 THOMAS W2 RUSSELL Al l75 Clvnlay Rd. ' Lansdowne ' St. Cliarlvs lutramural Sports l-2-Il-1. lfootball l-2-Il-1. Trark l, lloxsl ing -L Clans Om:-4-r I-2-3-1, Student Count-il 1-2-3-1, Chem istry Club 3, Sludcnt Guard 4, llllC8l'lt'ltll0l' 4. MICIIAEI. F. RUSSO A10 'Il Cn-vtitivlcl Aw. ' Ardmore ' St. Colman Swimming 1, lJramativ5 1-2, Sacribtauk Asst. 3. DANIEL l'. RYAN A6 289l!isl1op Aw-. ' Clifton llvight:-a ' Iloly Cross Intramural Sports l-2-3-l, Physics Club -l. THOMAS J. RYAN All 415.014-msood Avo. ' Aldan ' St. .losoph lutramural Sports l-2-3--l, Travk 3-1, Cross Country 2 Student Guard 4, Band 2. ANTHONY J. SAllA'l'lNO All! 177 l'osu-ll Lam- ' Upper Darby ' St. Alias Intramural Sports 1-2-3-l. JOllN .l. SALYI All 2726 Morris Rd. ' Ardmore ' St. llvnia Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1, Travk l-1, Clan Ollivcx' l-2-3. ROLAND 1. SANTONI A2 2lfl Wivlpll llr. ' Springlirld ' lloly Cro-4 Intramural Sport: l-2-3-t, Football l-2-l. Bowling l, Chom- istry Club 3, Pliybirs Club -l, Student Guard -1, Biology Club 2. THOMAS l'. SCANLON A7 fl-0 Marlboro Rd. ' Uppvr llarby ' St. Alive- lntramural Sports l-2-3-1, Football 2-3-l, lMkIllilgt'l'l, Riding 3, Biology Club 2. ,uh NK' n'o'r' " A ll om S x l WF-504 n nz rg 5 UNK' Iiltl ,A Tllli MASTIHIIVS VOICE A lllkIhl1'l' -A-5-h 4.2, of languagt-H, im-lmliug. l'lI'1'lll'll, H: AMI V 'll' latin, G4-rruan, and lluls-lt, lfatlu-r 31" ,,. '.'..l llriau also 'mann-fan-5 at light form- of IUUUI llumor which oftvn briglilvn- a long xl-v V... s..1 i ' is dragging vlaa-. A hlaunvlt fupportvr of tln' we-hool, lfatlu-r is a popular llgllfl' at all worial and am'ade'iuir an'- liwilivs. bg ANTHONY 1 91 ARCELIE A1 1517 I trmu Rd West Chester Nt Agne limulal 511011 12 1 1- I'ootba1I 121 1 Rise-b'llI 3 ll: Olliter 23 Qtndtnt lounul 2 Chemistry Club 3 Pbw us llub 4 Student Culrd 1 ANTHON1 I' SCIII UO A1 1115 Wil on Di Upper Dnrby bt Beinldette Intrlmuril Sports 2 3 I KWRENLE l SCHOPPET A10 109 Wcvrrtl ide Au Nubertb S Muguct Intl umuril Nport 12 Golf 4 Rifle Tenn 1 New paper 23 1 Dtamitu 1 Biology Club 2 ARTHUR A QCHULCY A2 606 R Figlt Rd Ilaxertmsn Suited Ile lrt Rifle Club 2 New p npcr 1 Biology Club 2 RAXMOND E SECCIA A3 61' XX NNIOINIIIIIKI Axe Springfield Qt IXLNIII 1ntt.1muruI Sports 1 731 1'ootbil1 123 C11 s Offieer 13 WII I IAM SELLX E1 A6 71 the ter I'1t f0IIlllgdlI0 Blis ed 1 ngin M uy Lbenu tty Llub 3 lhysus Club 1 Rifle Club 1 'GV' 52.31,- .IOIIN C SESS 1 All 911 Shultland Au Drexel Hill in ulntte Intrumurwl 5110115 12 3 1 Bowling 1 LII Olliecr 12 .1 THOMAS .I QHEERAN A10 11- W Carden Rd Broomall S Ani Intrlmuill Sports 1231 Rifle Term 1 Rifle Club Lllss Olliect 12 Biology Llub 2 VINCENT E. SIIFIPARI1 A11 93 Ilouston Rd. I1n:downc St. Cyril 1ntr'lmur'11 Sports 1-2-3--1 Biology Club 2. JOREPII R. SIIFRIIJAN A13 21-1 Penn Blvd. E-rt Lansdowne S . Cyril Intruuural Sports 1-2-3-I C1145 Oflicer 1-3. PATRICK M. SIIFRRX AB 4200 Rosemont Avi. I '1 ml 'll St. Andrew Intr'1mur'nl Rports 1-2-3--1 Footlrlll 3-1 I1'l.cb'lII 4 AI FXANIJER K. SIIFRWIN A12 123 WLIIQII Rd. I'ln.'clownc S . C 1' le: IIlIl'ZllllllI"lI Sports 3-1 Trick 1-2-3-1 Cross Country 1 Indoor Trwck 11. EDWARD C. SIIINAI A 2125 N. Crunbill Rd. Rroonrtll Q . ' 9 Intrwmurfnl Sports 2-3-1 Chemistry Club 3-1 1'bys"s Club -1 Biology Club 2. CIIARLE5 M. S1I10I.E A10 1.12 Ritlgi lit-141 Rd. N1 wtoun Square .' . tru. 1ntr'lmur'lI Sports 1-I-3-1 B'lseb'l1l 1-3-1 Rtutlent Cuurd -1 Rifle Club 2. RO1 C. SIMEONF A6 1209 S. I0l'11,,'ll'l'l, Illvd. Yerulon S . Ioul: r'nnur'nl Sports 2-3-1 B'seb'1II - C - Student buwrd 4. ,IOIIN A. HIIVIKISS A2 IIIII S. l.ynb:'ooIA Ilfl. ' Collingelnle BI:-ssvtl Virgin Mary InI:'Ann:::'A:l S :orts l-2. Yvnrbook Stull' AI, Cllvmiwlry Club I 3-I, l'l:yfia'5 Club -I, Bzanll l-2-3-I, 0l'1'llC5lfil 3-I, Allan' Boy 3. .IOSICPII T. SIXEAS A5 303l.A:l"A:ya'lla-Ava-. ' Collingalaalc ' St.,Iosc'pl: IlllI'1llIllII'Zll Sports 1-2-3-I, Traack l, Rillc Tenn: 1-2-3, Biology Club 2. IIIANIISE SIACIIIAAII I' V un Aa: ol Iligflllt 1 A Int: :::::n al Npo:t I2 I I Crow Counuy 2 Cla s 0IIi:c: l Stualmnl Counul l .IOIIN I SMITII A2 m nn: :a 1 I lnlrnnn: :I 'Spent 12 Il: N Ofliam 2 btudult Counul 2 C :nn try Llul: .5 Sllllltlll fund I ROBERT I SMl'lIl A6 'I' lnrnar A Il :xal ll:ll Sl An:l:ms :: :a:::::: :I :orl L s Olli : l'l:y :: Club I Biology Club 2 Llllllllll Aallon 12 IIUSSHI I WVIITII All : l':::n ::::: A Uppu lhuby Sl Lauicnue lnl:.an:u: al Sll0llb 3 Clash Oflimu 3 WAI TILR N QMITII A5 177 C:oy:l:n Rd Upppr Dnby St Cyril ROBIRT .I QINXDER A3 Allnn: nl: a I an donna. Qt IIlll0lllf'lll Int: ::::::r:l Sport 1 7 .I I llly lla Club I bllldulll. Cu nd 4 Biology Club 7 IIOBPIIT I SPFNI F A12 lllfl R: o :ull Di: ul ll:ll 51 Ba :::::lvttv Int: unu: :I Spona 12 .I I D:.a:n.:l::b 4 Bxology Club Z 15. in-. 5. Tr,-F IUNFPII I STANIILI Al 151 W al h Rtl I ::: doom f l Club 4 ROBERT C QTII lxNEI AIZ I7 I All ton tl ll :urtown A::n::::1: :t:on Intrnnu: :I BDOII I2 3 I Tenmb 1 7 Ruling I Biology Club 2 FRANCIS A S'IOIlO 'U 272 Etlgtlnll Dr I'llWLl'l0ISll An::::::u:t:on FFORFE .I WTRUYF AS Ro 1 1: ulon o :: llllllll al 5po:t N m pa :tl Olliu: 1 5llldt,llI lund I Lanaua Club .I IVIII-N 'VI STUHITRA1 PR A0 IIO W lVIa:l: on Au' Clifton Ile ::.l:t lug.: Int: ::::ural Npmtw 12 3 I Biology Club 2 DANID I QWFFNFX A1 7213 I7:::L Nt Uppt: D.::by b :ac Riding I 1'l1y its Club I .LI "Aj 0 . '-. ' C I' A : ' St. Jlsapll I 7 '. . K I .I , . ' I ' . Slf' l:t'IlAlllll Cirvla' ' S1 gl' -ll ' St. l7rA::::'i.' of Assifi 1.1 .' 's -", las: " ,' - ' " ', 'Il' s" ',. - IA' L. .JI .1 " ' ve. ' l".'v ' ' A' . ' fs I l'A 'A S: s I-2-3-I, Bowling 2. 'lux ve' l, h 6.8. ,. V. ,K .I I. -I A I I I .- . . , . ' il A 0 I .. .. . Y , 5 A I , A Ylllf - Iylw A vv. ' r' ' ' 0 . A ' ' Y " 'A . "', 'EQ' "". bl. I' A' ' . " . , . . 92 IV.. ' A' !Av'. ' .A s - ' . . 7 ' A 'A A .I s -1.-'-, 7 I A,' ' A' I asv- Dr. ' ' ' :'A , I Q 'A 'A Q " " ' 7 '. , I I 7 I I Af. 5 - '14 s l c ' 2 - A . .. .. H A 'IA I I . ' .A s ' 2 ' St. Il ill'l1'S A , Illll'1lllllll'ill Sport: -I, Buscballl 1-2-I, Riding I, Pllybics S- Jae Q I n I 'A I A .A - ' f ' .f 'T lb' I 2.02 . a R . ' A 'X ' ' . "A ' ' A -A K' - 5 .-. . , 'A .Lg ' ' v ,, ' vu' L' ' - ' A. ' A A -"A I ' A I "A ' 1 , 1 . I I I ' I 503 sa St. ' "A ' St. I. :'s I ., Int 'A 'A .' ' s I-2-3-I, Crow Il-I, 1- 's Rl 2' 3, Clubs ,LV . gl- , 'L - 1. I me ' 55 gal .. . .- f . ' ' ' I '. . A R . - . ' . ' V1 s ' St. C '-no ' I I A 'A A .' ' : - -' - , ' ' ' ' . 1 A ' ' ' -' " ' ' il. Al'- .A ' , 's' " I . u. owl-2 MORE FUR 'l'lll"l ll0.'Xll ll1tlIll1'l'lll1'lI annul lll4'il' I-l1llt'S llllhll stnilm of vonlvnt- nn-nt :if llll'N lDll'llhllllllW paw tllu' lin l1'rllXlll1r. .M l'Xl1l1'lll'l'4l In tln' numlwt' of l'llllllf lroltlm-F tht-5 must I'Q'1lllj vnjoy tlamring. in- l'1'lllXlIlfl oxvr il rolu- during at lure-uk in Ili:- Glitlllllli 'l'. SKK ICNICY All llllt llaiiiwn T1-rr. ' ihllingalulv ' Sl. ,loft-pli T Y llllfillllllfill Fporta l-1.-3-l. 'Ill'il1'lx l-L.-Il. Sorrvr Ii-l, Ih- luiting l, N4-xupupvr fl-1. IINNIICI. .l. 'lf-KIDIIICU ,NT 211 Fl. Ili-ni, Lum- ' Ilan:-rtonn ' SI. l,1'lllN llllI'illIllll'lll Sport, l-2-Il-i. Golf 1. Soon-r l. ill.:-5 Ullivv TIIOM,-XS Nl. T.-Xl.l.X'Yl' A10 120 llmiiinfiwl lllul. ' Slmron llill ' Holy Spirit ' 1 l'1llllllI'lll Fports l-1.-I5-I, lllaff Ullivvr , a A Aw :ml l, ' - 1 . l t .l0Slfl'll AX. 'l'N'l'lf ,-K2 25 XY. County l.ina- Rnl. ' .Krtlniorv ' Sl. illlllllllll Y lnlrannurail Sport. I-2.3-1, I-'ootlmll I. lin-lwtlmll Z., Him lmll 1, Lllt'lllIrll'j' Llulv .L bln-v Lluli t. Al.l"REll ll. TIiS'l'.X 'HIS 230 Yyiltxllirv Nil. ' limp:-r llilflbf ' St. 'Klin- l Intramural Sports l-Il, lfootlmnll 3, Trnvk I, Claim Ulliw- 2 'S J.-XNIES .-'L 'l'IIH!.kI.I. A5 ! N102 M1-lro-1' Atv. ' llznvrtoxsn ' St. liuw X lntraimurul Sport, 1-2-ll-l, Fmwrvr ll, Claim Ullim-vt' l Biology Clull 2. I86 l 'K f-fx Wll YI' ll'l .-1 Nllil-XY. .-X Ill CK NND A llXI,lf? Ke-n Nlunning, with il ilvjlwte-sl l'Xl!l'l'Srl0lI, szully palrtf with hir nmm-3 ut the lling lluilvv. Ilia elnlv. not thu- le-ual lull lllHllIl'lN'.l, urgn-F him lo pay tho tlt'llll1'llllIll. Tln- in-xt sivlim in lim- i- llill lfox mul hi- qlutc who mem to lac cnjoying lu-nib until'-. KEVIN l'. TOIIIN .Nlll .1R'l'lll'R .-K. TORlfl.l,l ,-K5 lilo lX'oo1lilu'l'u-NV:ly ' ll:n'vl'tmx'l1 ' AllIIlIl1l'l1lll0ll 1015 Cliilfl-Aw: ' llrvv-l llill ' Sl. Dorothy lntrumurxil Sports l-2-Il-1, Tl'1lt'li 1, Rillc VTCRIIII l, Nona- ll1ll'illIllll'lll Sport, 1, lNvuapupc1' 1. lJl'klllllllll'w 2-Ii-1, papa-r 1-2, lJl'2llllilll1': Il-1. Rilillli Clllll 1-2- ROBERT .l. TOSC.-NNI A6 2561Bnml Aux ' llrvxe-l llill ' Sl.llt'I'll1lll1'llf' ,l05l'1l'll T0Ml,lNS0Xl A8 lrllI'illlllll'ill Sport! 1-2-fl-1, l'hy:irs lfluh 1, lliology l0l6Spru1-v St. ' Collingflule ' St. .losvph Clul12. S2l1'l'lhllllll5 Am. 1, Band 1-2-3-1, Ort-In-,mi 2-3-1. ROBERT fj, 'TOTARO A1 272 llurmont Rcl. ' llrvv-l llill ' Sl.llll1ll'lQ'i lnlramlurzll Sports l-2-Il-1. lfootlmll l-2, lla-ke-tlmll l, .lflllml lf. TONER A5 x'l'2ll'll00li Fluff 1. Claus fllhrn-r Il-1, Ftmlvnt Counril Il-1. llll l,ynlnroolw llul. ' Springlir-lil ' St. Frauirie ol A-sisi Cl'l4'lIllrlI'j' Cluln ll. Php-it-N Clulu 1. Slllllvlll flunurll 1. Nvxwpupn-r 1, Stud:-nt Ullllfd 11, Altar lloy l-2-3-1. Biology Club 2, Glue Cluh 1, N im--l'rvfi4ln-:lt of Se-nior Clans. P.N'l'RlCK .l. TR-XYNOR Al Vv'llil1lAM .l. T0lllIlll,NNA A6 l800 Burlington Ral. ' lluu-rtonn ' Ft. llvni- ll! N. llnion Au-. ' lmliflloxxile' ' Sl. l,llll0llll'llil llllfillllllflll Sporle l-2-1. llalslwtlizlll Il-1. 'llrzlrlx 1. Cro-s lnlrumurall Sports l-2-fl-1. N1-xwpzlpvl' Il. llllywiw Clllll 1, Country 1, l'llyaiu Clllll l, Cll4'vrlvaul1'i' 1, 51'rrc'lall'y ol lJl'illllillll'h 3, Biology Club 2, Rillc Cluh 2. Senior Claw, P MADISON TREIIERNE A6 529 XYVQVOIIIIN' Avo. ' Ya-Aldon ' St. PIIIIOIIIPIIZI Inlrzunurnl Sporla 1-2-II-I, Tran-k 1, Pllysic-5 Club I, Bio- logy Club 2. THOMAS .I. TRYSON A3 1517 BI'00IxIlllYl'll Rd. ' Wynncwood ' Prcrcnlnlion Illlfillllllfill Sports I-2. 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WATT A1 1611 Fairfield Ave. ' Upper Darby ' St. Laurence lntramural Sports 3, Track 3-1. BERNARD D. WEBER A13 720 Ash Ave. ' Collingdale 0 St. Joseph lntr'nnur'n1 Smrts 1-'S-1 Footlrtll 1 Class Officer 2-11, 1 1 .I . . , 1 , Student Council 3, Sat-ristan's Asmt. 2-3. EDVVARD .1. WELLOCK A7 219 Margate Rd. ' Upper Darby ' St. Alice Intramural Sports 1-2-3-1. FRANCIS T. WELSH A2 2313 Kenilworth Rd. ' Ardmore ' St. Denis Intramural Sports 1-2-3'1, Football 1-2-3--1, Pbybies Club 1. GERALD F. W'EST A1 216 Roseuood Ave. ' Aldan ' St. Joseph Intramural Sports 2, Debating 1, Class Offiver 3, Chem- istry Club 3, Riding 41, Physics Club 1, Dramatirs 3-1. ALFRED .1. 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A LASTING I7ARFWEI.I.-VGathered together for the last time at St. ,Ioseplfs Field House, the gradu- ates felt that anxiety and apprehension whivh pre- vails on all such sol:-nm orrasions. All loo quickly these few formative and nwlnorahle years have slipped hy and now a vsorld of new ehallenges awaits these young men. This mr-inoralule event will long outlast the less significant events of high school. FICCE ACNUS DEI- -Very Rev. ,Iohn I,. Gallagher, OSA., our Principal, is assisted in the eelehration of the Barvalaureate Mass at Sl. Andrews by Rev. Charles R. Flynn, 0.S.A., and Rev. Thomas Wzilsh. A OUR EXHIBIT ENDS . . . BUT THE - BONNER GRADUATE LOCKS TO THE FUTURE PREPARED TO FACE THE CHALLENGE OF AN ATOMIC WORLD. 0.44 ll. A X, I YI 'I : lg ll "IA ll! JI ll rl as """-"' l""'l-G nun: Illum- 1 . ,5 'gf Q EM?-:' 'E F' SIE li'-'11 and-1 ng .: gg A f I I -- r a r' Q - ' a n -I - Ig lrln :Zn un' -f g Q .-f--Q-up .-f-ug.....- l- -'- --Q...-4


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