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Page 9 text:
SENIOR door awaits the arrival of the Class of '67,
Deeply intertwined in Morris Catholic's student life
is the campus. It sets the atmosphere for all stu-
dent goals and activities. The most important of
these goals is religion whose atmosphere is typified
by the statue of the Blessed Lady which greets
all M.C. students as they approach Lourdes Drive.
In the fall, interest turns to Sullivan Field where
Crusaders clash in resounding battles and the great
gridiron sport comes to the fore. Spectator spirit
is heightened throughout the season by pep rallies,
one of the students' means of showing their support
for their team. This support does not go unrewarded
when returning Crusaders are greeted by the sight
of their blue victory fiag fiying at full mast.
With the approach of winter, Crusaders move in-
doors and meet their adversaries on the basketball
court and the wrestling mats. Anxious Crusaders
once again pack the stands to cheer their team on
The first intimation of spring comes, not with the
first green leaves on the trees, but with the Cru-
saders' return to the "great outdoors" via the base-
ball diamond. Spring is an active season and the
campus sets the background for all the extra-
One of the traditional activities sponsored by the
Student Council Association is the annual school
picnic in which the football field is transformed
into a fair ground. This is a day for skateboard
contests down the driveway, three-legged races,
All this belongs to Morris Catholic's campus
which plays an important part in all activities. The
cool surrounding woods form a backdrop for all
the school happenings.
REFLECTING atmosphere, the campus offers refuge for students
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STUDENTS board busses with sighs of relief after a full day of trials at MC.
Each Season lrrors
AFTER a hard day's work at M.C., Pat Dock, Maryanne Bakarich, Anne Lanctot, Pam Birch, Joe Wallace, Margie DeMarino, Kathy Snyder,
James Racine, and Karen Gibbons take advantage ofa beautiful autumn day to view the campus.
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First Ten Years Evmee Development
IT was a long time before the students at M.C. ate here.
CORNERSTONE ceremonies were celebrated by Most Rev.
James McNulty and Rev. Louis Gallo a decade ago at M.C.
IN the past decade, the cornerstone has
symbolized stability of Crusader society.
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