Mount St Michael Academy - Mountaineer Yearbook (Bronx, NY)
- Class of 1938
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ffow expressly and completely this quota-
tion describes our four fruitful years within
the sublime maturing confines of Mount St.
Michael. For each of us, the cherished
memories of our high school life will, for-
ever, remain ineffaceable. The joyous hours
spent on the campus, the friendships here
established, our petty problems, and our
subsequent mastery of them, all will be
topics for delightful reminiscences in later
years. When the swiftly flowing sands of
time have obliterated from aging minds all
other vestiges of our youth, one imposing
monument will remain untouchedffthe
memory of our stay at the Mount.
Now, at long last, we have reached the
port for which we have been striving, the
culmination of our high school career is at
hand if we are graduatingl Therefore, we
are forced by the attainment of our goal
reluctantly to ring down the curtain on the
happiness which has been ours during the
past four years. To bring our joyous so
journ here at the Mount to a close without
manifesting in a material way the genuine
sorrow that wells up within us would be to
stigmatize ourselves as ungrateful. Our
sentiments on this occasion find words in-
adequate to convey the depth of our mesf
sage of regret. However, cognizant of this
fact, we are nevertheless desirous of pub-
licly expressing the grief occasioned by our
leaveftalcing of our beloved Alma Mater.
Graduation for us spells success, Sucf
cessful completion of the high school course
and possession of that long sought after
diploma are accomplishments of which to
be justly proud-e and we are proud. But
let us consider for a moment whether this
success is truly and wholly ours, Consider
the major role played by our devoted
teachers and parents. Have not they, in a
large measure, been responsible for filling
the cup of joy and success from which we
now so copiously draught? We can say
truthfully, and without any sense of false
modesty, that we, of ourselves alone, are
undeserving of graduation. What then is
our position? We have been the recipients
of a great beneficence and hence our posi-
tion is one necessitating expression of
Our graduation represents years ot toil
in our behalf by the Marist Brothers who,
although they are inspired by altruistic mos
tives, are deserving ot our warmest thanks.
Each ot our teachers has been ot immeasur-
able aid to us, Our tirst, second and third
years' teachers, as well as those who
labored tor us in the fourth year, are all
co-sharers in our victory. Rendering sutti-
cient and individual thanks to these, our
benetactors, is, ot course, an impossible
task. Nonetheless, we here sincerely express
our gratitude to each ot these zealous men,
be they still at the Mount, or laboring as
quietly and diligently elsewhere. Special
recognition must be given to Brother Francis
Xavier, our Director, whose guidance and
cooperation niake this annual possibleg to
Brother lohn Lawrence, who in his initial
year as Principal has earned the same virile
respect that characterized our attitude to-
ward Brother Linus William, Principal dure
ing our iirst three years. The Reverend
August Tapin, our beloved Chaplain, has
endeared himself to each of us during the
past tour years. His kindly and paternal
guidance in religious matters elicits our
fullest recognition and deepest gratitude,
Our diligent librarian, Brother lames loseph,
has many times generously aided us in our
guest tor knowledge and thus merits our
thanks, which we hereby otter.
Concerning our dear parents and guardi-
ans we have but one thought: we thank
God that He, in His lntinite Wisdom, has
seen tit to entrust us, in our impressionable
youth, to men and women who are aware
oi the inestimable value ot a Catholic high
school education. We realize well that we
owe them a debt too huge to be paid in
mere words, but during lite it will ever be
our aim to repay them with actions and
deeds typical of men educated within con-
secrated Walls. lt, by leading lives dedif
cated to Catholic principles, we can reauite
the love, devotion and sacritice they have
showered upon us, we do here gladly and
solemnly make that dedication.
Sports and other extra-curricular activif
ties have several purposes, outstanding
among which is the manifestation of school
spirit, How well the Senior Class ot '38 has
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irraspea this purpose is easily ascertained
by considering the large fourth year dele-
gation on every athletic squad. Football,
baseball, basketball, track and tennis teams
have won many hardfearned victories
through the assistance of Senior members
of the sauads, Throughout the entire four
years members of the Class of '38 have
manifested on countless occasions their
loyalty to the Mount. The Seniors who
have participated in sports seek no higher
tribute than to have it said of them that,
whether in victory or defeat, they have
always borne high the principles of sports'
manship and courage which will ever typify
the wearers of the Gold and Blue.
Wliile speaking of sports and sportsmanf
ship we feel it apropos to mention one
whom we have come to hold in high re
gard. His energetic leadership accounts
at least in part, for the splendid showing
the teams of the Mount have made in the
last two years. f-fe is himself a true gentlef
man and a fine sportsman, one who sets
the example for the boys he coaches. The
Class of 38 wishes to express thanks to
Coach Howie Smith for the very successful
teams he nas turned out, and may his suc-
cess continue unabated. Brother Paul
Vtfilfrids direction of our track team war'
rants our congratulations and thanks. We
are certain that under his tutelage the team
will enjoy as many victories as it has in the
past under his predecessor.
We have mentioned above that our so-
iourn here at the lflount has been a happy
one, and we reiterate that remark with
emphasis But let not the reader conclude
that we have been inhabitants of a Utopia.
The Senior Class of '38 knows well the
pangs of an hours detention and the men-
tal anguish one endures while awaiting the
hebdomadal distribution of reports. Paraf
doxical though it may seem, the momentary
sorrows and depressions of our high school
career have served only to endear the
Mount to us for, following the prescriptions
of our teachers, we have recuperated raps
idly and have auickly regained our scholf
During our four years at time Tflount, we
have seen or wonderful transformation tak-
ing place, When we arrived in September
i934 with a class of eighty-ive we were
fyiite ftY','lffl of tqe izct that stirs was the
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largest Freshman Class ever to enroll at the
Mount. But our record was short-lived and
each succeeding first year since then has
outnumbered the previous class. Coincident
with the amazing growth of the student
body has been the development of the
campus and buildings. Since our first ad-
venture here we have beheld the alteration
of the Main Building to accommodate the
large increment in the enrollment. We have
witnessed the addition of two baseball
diamonds to supplement the three already
in use. lt has been our happy privilege to
aid materially in the installing of a modern
loudspeaking unit and in the erection of a
new and larger grandstand. Our greatest
pride, however, is the Shrine of Our Lady
in the erection of which We were all co-
builders. lt is fitting that the most beautiful
portion of our campus should be dedicated
to Mary, Our Mother, whose love we have
been taught to seek, in emulation of our
beloved teachers, who have consecrated
their lives to her service. Thus it has been
our good fortune to attend Mount St.
Michael during years when it has been
developing, as it Were, from childhood to
sturdy young manhood. lf we aided in this
development in even the slightest way we
glory in the fact. As loyal Alumni, it will
be our pleasure during the coming years to
follow with deep interest the continued
growth of our school.
Finally, ere we depart, we must bow our
heads in a silent prayer of thanksgiving to
God on Whose grace our very existence
depends. Here, we have learned to know
Him better. The Chapel has been for many
of us our sole refuge from the overburden-
ing cares of the world. Now, on the thresh-
old of a new life, we realize that knowing
God and trusting in His Divine Wisdom
will ofttimes be our only encouragement in
a cold and cynical world. The religious
instruction of our high school career will be
of utmost importance in later life in counters
acting the subversive influence of modern
morality. We will not make the unfortunate
mistake of forgetting God. Rather we, as
Christians, will keep Christ in our lives, and
we will never cease to remember what a
Marist education has so deeply inculcated
in us-the impossibility of lasting success
without the assistance of God Almighty.
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GEORGE WILLIAM AITCI-IISON
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RAUI GEORGE AUSTER
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PHILIP ANDREW BAGNELL
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We the members of the Class of 38 anttctpattng our departure from
Mount St lfrchael do here and now make our last wtll and testament a
bona ftde copy of whtch shall appear m the Mountameer
To our 1mmed1ate successors the luntors we entrust the responstbthty
of conttnutng wtth undaunted zeal the furtherance and advancement of
scholarshtp sportsmanshlp and school sp1r1t to whtch we proudly feel we
have g1ven some tmpetus Remember the school motto Ad Astra Per
Aspera lt has arded us lt wrll ard you
To the sophomores we leave our undytng gratrtude for successfully a1d
1ng us IU our vartous sports throughout the year The future for you sophs
IS h1ghly promlstng However do not neglect your studres Sports must
never supersede scholarshrp
To our freshmen we begueath a most chertshed herttage Our good
example Be good boys study hard play hard and clean At t1mes you ll
ftnd the gorng tough But remember that some day 3 ou too w1ll be Sentors
and leavrng W1ll be tougher
ln plred to lmutless generostty by the personal esteem tn whtch we hold
these reclplents and rn the hope of benefttttng the group through the lm
provement of the 1nd1v1dual we do further stratn the bonds of charlty by
mak1ng the followmg bequests May the fortunate ones chertsh these legacres
of thetr departlng elders and always use them to the greater advantage of
themselves and the school
l Wrlllam Stevens bestow on Iames Callagher the pr1v1lege of uslng my
technrgue IH wrltlng some good excuses for lateness Dont use too many
I Bxll Lauten do hereoy wlll to lohn lemback my rep as class
sharpre Guard our colors w1th your hfe lack
l Zeke Ford concede to Popeye SCllTT1lll my love for the Blg Apple
Shce that Apple Pop and atve 1t on the down beat
l George Wlegman do so ordarn that Peter Pagano shall hereafter and
forthwrth carry on the rllegal use of the gas range tn the Chermstry Lab
l Edward Hart leave to Peter Fgan my drag w1th Brother Paul W1lfr1d
Do not rely on tt too much but 111 t remember Pete that 1f you fall once try
agatn They eventually cant keep a good man down
l Drck Escher begueath to Dvck lynch my radtcal and ocralrsttc opmtons
1n the htstory class May you votce them ln the true sp1r1t and keep a
l Streaky Strachan forsake to Prancms Doherty mv reputat1on as phllos
opher and orato of the Senror Cla s Start outttng pebbles 1n your mouth
whtle at the seashore thts summer
l Walter Beggln entru t tc Zeke ltttlefleld my sprked shoes PFIZG them
w1th your heart and soul Zeke
T Matthew Hanratty confer on Francts Sm1th the unttrtng zeal to be
absent a few days a month
ln w tness wftere f we afftx our seal and 1gnature on thls twenty thtrd
day of Iune lQ3S
THF SENIORS OF 38
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Recently the wrrter took adt artage of one of Westchester s well stocked
lakes to satlate hts lsaac Wa ton propensthes and whtle the prscatory results
were absolutely negatrve the afternoon was far from a farlure
Propped aaatnst a tree trunk l watted patlently for a welcome pull at
the batted hook but apparently my flnned fnends were abstarntng from
worms dur1ng Lent for altlnouah hou s pa sed not a sohtary tug was felt
Then to pass the trme l reverted to ck ldlsh pleasures and began tossrng
pebbles 1nto the blue Waters The c1rcular rroples thus created had a soothxng
ffect Althouah l grew tlred l co unued throwrna
Suddenly l notrced SOD'1GflWITTq oeculrar about the rtpple formed by the
la t stone l had thrown l that an tmage l behold? lt IS Why tts Phll
Bagnell leadrng an lrrsh arr ty aaarnst London But the rtpples are growrng
farnter and the scene IS fadrng lll toss another Ahl Theres another rmage
No there are two lt s Dave Frnn and Ed Spa ks representrng New York and
Mount Vernon at the Annual Conference of Polrce Chrefs A calendar behrnd
therr seats reads luly 7 H360
Another pebble Another npple Another 1mage Thrs trme a strange
scene of Wrll Geary workmg frlhng the gas tank of a combmatron auto
mobrle arrplane at a busy rntersectron a mrle 1n the arr Agaln the pano
rama fades and aurckly l revrve tt wrth another splasn Thls scene IS 1n a
telev1s1on studto where Tom Datly the 1900 counterpart of Professor QUIZ IS
openma hws program w1th the phrase he has rmmortah ed l wanna ast yer
ometh1n But before he can contrnue the npphng prcture fades 1nto
ln raptd successton l toss three pebbles and catch gllmpses of Coupe
Auster and Dlck Escher Cot pe rs lectur1ng to a group of Afrtcan pygmtes
the super colossal productron Lot e Lrfe of an Athlete Only Pschers head
ts Vlstble as he IS furtouslw dtaalna a drtch
Wrthout beneftt of another pebble the scene changes to a large New
York frurt market Here comes the propnetor lts Celentano And look at
those crates marked McCauley Lauten Brg Apple Farm
Look at thrs scene The crrcus no less There s the S1amese Clowns
VValsh and Donahue and theres Frenkels Renowned Acrobatrc Troupe
Here goes anoth r oeoble and here comes Dave Cromn Hes postng for
eyeglass ads Those cornflower blde eyes chnched tne pos1t1on undoubtedly
Theres Erbacher actlng as stand ln for the Sph1nX 1n the htstorlcal prcture
land of the Pharaohs
Whats th1s'9 Another notron prctnrel Yes Theres Brll Shertdan play
mg the part of Rhett Butler rn Cone W th the Vt 1nd So they frnally made
that ptcture eh?
Thts scene looks famrhar Why rt s l rechmng agatnst a tree and hold1ng
a frshrng rod Oh Ont Whos that gruff lookrng fellow cormng along? Hs
badge says Game Warden Look at hun pokrng me wlth that strck Heyl
Ouchl W where am l'P l must have fallen asleep What a dreamt
Whats that m1ster9 F sw? N l or lnt catch any Hal Hal
l wont rnentton that dream to the fellows lll watt a few years and 1f
rt comes true lll let them rn on rn! po ers a or sorcerer
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ln the newspapers of the world are recorded the htstory mak1ng events
of the day Wars floods and other forms of devastatlon are wrltten down to
be reg1stered rn the chromcles for future generattons Therefore we the
lumors wrth lournalrsttc tnclrnattons will strtve to place before you for your
mforrnatron an eprtome of the scholasttc year 37 38 Successes and uc
tones were scored 1n 1ntellectual sprrttual and extra curr1cular f1elds
Our g1ants rn scholarly endeavors brought the class renown and glory
at each successtve monthly readtng of the marks Betrne Dornhoefer
Doherty Crowe Walsh and Mtller me-r1t specral mentron for thetr excellence
rn scholastlc achrevernents A healthy rtvalry ex1sted between these students
whtch spelled formtdable oppos1t1on to all other contenders for honor places
Relrgron was consrdered of prrmary rmportance Under the gurdance of
the Brothers lengthy and mterestrng conversatlons and dtscusstons on per
plexrng moral questrons helped to develop 1n us a true sense of Chr1st1an
Ethlcs Thus was progress made toward our pr1nc1pal goal a better know
ledge and deeper understandtng of our Catholrc fa1th l-lavlng assrmtlated
the theory 1t was essentlal to proceed to the practtce of Chrrstran prtncrples
And the lumors showed the way Every Frtday morntng w1th true Sodaltstlc
sptrlt between 75 and QU percent of Class 39 forsook early beds and pro
ceeded on longer or shorter tourneys to the Mount rn order to be present at
the 7 30 Sodallty lvlass At ttmes the smcertty of our promtses was sorely
tested by the cold of wtnter or the unpleasantness of ratny days But the
lunlors were there and st1ll showed the way Tn1s and such practrces helped
to mold strength of character and to draw us nearer to lesus through the
help of Hrs Blessed Mother
lmbued w1th rel1g1ous zeal and rnsplred to more vrrtuous endeavors we
go on to our several tasks and asstgnments of the clay lumors whose names
are clesttned to some day grace the hall of fame of scrence and engxneerlng
travel to the physrcs lab to the drawrng room or to the maths class Our
future professors lawyers and yournaltsts lrsten to the enthus1ast1c teacher
readtng what CICGTO thought of Cat1l1ne or s1t back and smtle at French
Jokes whrch are Greek to them The medtcal l1gl'1lS of the next generatton
are 1n1t1ated 1n the mysterres of therr later profess1on 1n a Brology lab redo
lent wlth odors of formaldehyde long dead cats and very r1pe eggs And so
IH the halls at the change of perrods you meet Thlrd Year Men who walk
about w1th GITS drstraught Some are worrytng over an tmposstble sctence
asstgnment others are bru1s1ng thetr fnger trps tn franttc sea ch through
logarrthmtc tables vhrle serxes and progressrons are runntng rampant
through thetr brarns Future dtplomats and rnternatronal men of affalrs
pace the hallways wtth that slow long strtde whlch we always assoclate
wtth mrnds whrch carry the burdens of the body pol1t1c
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Yet let us turn to less ser1ous toplcs lest the reader be led to beheve
that our hves are lackmg rn fun and relaxatron The varrous trelds of sport
have drawn generous quotas from Th1rd Year ranks When the call came
tor football candrdates our class responded wrth such stalwart as M1ller
at centre Conforn tackle Kolman guard and Captam elect for l938 These
blocks ot granrte IH the lme were supported by such substrtutes as Lynch
Kraeck Walsh Carroll and Ruckert Our human battenng rams and fleet
ball carrrers Were Cahrll Kurth and Crowley Some of these have already
made prgslcrn hrstory at the Mount all w1ll certarnly do so next season
Wrth December came the appeal ot the 1ndoor court Here aga1n Iumors
were rn the spotltght Mrller top scorer tor th1s year and Captarn elect for
l938 1939 Kurth Donaldson and S Murphy were mamstays ot the team and
contrrbuted materrally to the success of the season Belrne and A Murphy
also drd therr brt rn securmg tor the Mount a second place 11' the C H S A A
Crowley and De Santrs led the layvee to top place 1n tnerr d1V1SlOU and
assrsted rn br1ng1ng another trophy to the school B11 Kearney assrstant
manager was a good Samantan to every player on the team
The commg of sprmg has brought out the he oes of the ctrder path the
sand p1t and the dramond Doubtless here aga1n the Clas of 39 W1ll up
hold the best tradttrons of the Gold and Blue However that IS future hrstory
The approach1ng month of lune naturally brrngs to mmd the advent of
trnal exammatrons and the departure ot another Semor Class Both supply
a note of regret to an otherwlse glorlous penod of the year But we would
rather close wrth a Word ot optrmlsm the happy endmg of a pleasant and
successful year at the Mount Congratulatrons to our departmg elders for
therr four years of success may the last year we are about to commence be
fl worthy emulatron ot thetr rnsprrrng loyalty and act1v1ty for the Mount
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Upon tlte arrival of September l2th a large group of ambtttous
Sophomores overflowing with latent energy returned to commence or
possibly recommence the work of Second Year l-low different was this ftrst
day of tltts new term cot tpared to that ttrst day a year prevtousl Then W
ltad stood tent and wtde eyed gazing at the hundreds of unfan tltat faces
about us tretnbltng on the threshold of a great and as yet unknown adven
ture Now we cante back to famtltar scenes greeted our many friends v hott
we ttad not seen since the previous Iune went about with the nonchalance
of old timers to whom htgh school ltfe ts already Ancient History
Ten weeks away from the books revived our eagerness to make good
tn our several subtects Some of these were old acquaintances from the
past year others were sttll very unknown quanttttes Religious tnstructton
the fundamental and rnost essential study for a Catholic was naturally the
first subtect presented to each of us as we entered school The rernatnder of
the day for most of us was dtvtded between English Latin or French
Ancient History Plane Geometry Mechanical Drawing or General Biology
History brought Us a knowledge of the ltves and fortunes of the famous
or infamous characters of the past The math period was spent amidst a
perfect maze of axioms theorems postulates and corollartes which at ftrst
left tnany a Sophomore tn a state of dizzy bewtlderment wondering tf sense
and order could ever evolve from such confusion and chaos But application
and especially the patient efforts of our teacher Brother Leo Mary lelped to
Euclid The study of our native tongue English was not always the pleasant
matter tt might at ftrst be presumed to have been Correct grammar and
common usage seen to have but few tneettng grounds Many a long
cltertshed colloautaltsm solectsm or barbartsm was ostractzed and had to
be deleted from our speech and compositions Of course there were reltev
tng features to tlte period when we made the acquaintance tn some cases
a merely nodding acquaintance tt ts true of such characters as King
Arthur Str Lancelot Sherlock l-lolmes Monsieur Beaucatre and Stlas Marner
Lunch brought a respite and a chance to catch up on some of the
assignments over which we had fallen asleep the evening before Wiser
members of the class studied home and entoyed three quarters ot an hours
recreation during that time With a none too toyous Salve we found our
selves tn tlte Latin class to open the afternoon session Caesars exploits tn
Gaul enthused a few anesthetized many Practically all of us are of the
optnton that Latin alone would have been sufftctent to terrorize the Gauls
and drtve them off tn flight lt certainly has taken tts toll among us But do
not envy the French student Those of us who took up the study of tlte
poettc tongue of Cornetlle Racine and Moltere have often wondered tf some
of those poettc sounds would not regtster more accurately if pronounced
through a gas mask Twtst our Jaws tongue and ltps as we will we feel we
tave never done 111 ttce to certatn of the French labtal or na al ounds lt s
probablx an art
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And w1th the three o clock bell came the welcome trek homeward or the
hours of emoyment on the campus provldmg we had not rncurred the
sentence of an hour 1n Jug Ohl for the shades of a Chaucer to frttlngly
express the tales of woe and sorrow whtch the p1lgr1mage to lOl evoked
A word of our sp1r1tual act1v1t1es Throughout the year helpful talks
were grven to us by well chosen speakers Then too a large number of
the class were enrolled ln the Sodahty of the Blessed V1rg1n on the feast of
the lmmaculate Conceptlon Lrke true Sodallsts forsak1ng our warm
comfortable beds we arose early each Thursday mornlng to attend the
lrstened to an rnstructlve talk by our Moderator Brother lohn Lawrence
Early ln the school year we had the very s1gnal advantage of followmg the
exerclses of a three day retreat conducted by Bev Father McFarland Sl
Durrng the thlrd week of March a whole week was devoted to the study of
our future vocatlon The helpful talks and d1rect1ons grven by Bev Father
Berd Sl w1ll certamly be most advantageous to all of us ID selectrng our
later l1fe career
Mental and sprrltual actrvrtles must be assoclated wrth vrgorous physlcal
act1v1t1es 1n order to round out the l1fe of a true Cathohc boy The tallor
and the shoemaker could probably say more for our physlcal act1v1ty than
any one else Sophomores suppl1ed the future thews and slnews of every
athletrc team of the Mount Perdomo Kerrlgan Clpolaro and Celentano
were our stellar representatrves on the Varslty Football squad Basketball
benefttted by the speed and s1ze of Kelly and Benson and by the experrence
of Perdomo Kenny w1ll aga1n hold down the hot corner on the Vars1t'y
Baseball nrne Spores of trackmen must have blown through the classrooms
whrle we were ln Freshman There are so many Second Year men out for
that sport that rt would be too long to even mentlon the pr1nc1pal candldates
lust watch some of those boys 1n our track meets Heres a toast of sympathy
for our rlvals The racket wrelders Page Mr Deweyllll w1ll have much to
be thankful for the coachlng and encouragement of therr moderator Brother
At the present we are buslly engaged putt1ng 1n the fme touches to our
part ln the gymnastlcs exh1b1t1on to be held on Sunday May l5th We
expect to have some of our fathers and mothers standmg aghast at the dar
mg and sk1llful explolts We Wlll demonstrate as our part of the show lust
watch that wand drlll for one th1ng Mr Smtth should feel proud of hlmself
when we walk off the freld
And wrth Regents exams headed full steam towards us we hurry away
to our books and asslgnments
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Back Row Arthur I Scnoll Arthur P Kearney Ttomas P Longo
Robert I Haley Iohn Nl Stokes Mrchael L Zarelh Ioseph A
Rrchen IohnI Rattery Walter P Rozett
Tl'11rd Row Iar es I Cunnmgl am Edwtn T Elan gan Walter E
Stokes Davrd I McGregor Eugene E Meenagh Erancts E
Eoran EarlI Holtrer Dan1elL lflurphy Walter E Burns Erancrs
Second Row Ioseph M lmpertal Iames R Mcltanus Iohn
lvhtchell Ioseph E Burns Robert I Wallace Eerdmand
Ercohno GeorgeI Erohhch Patr1ckI Ahern IonnI Duane
Eront Row Wllham B McKeown Iames A Sheppard Angelo
Calabrra Wuham I Murpny Edward L Moran Vmcent
Staract Gerald S Rogers
Back Row Ioseph E Marcantomo Herbert G Bechdol Edward P
Eustace IamesI Eay Wtlhan E Parsons AltredI Klag VV1ll1CIl'1"
S Cuff Ioseph A Earrell Raymond V Duffy
Tl 1rd Row WalterI Sress Robert L Bryan Iarnes A Egan Walter
D Byrne MatthewI ORe1lly Peter E Qumn Patnck A Klrwrn
Ioseph A Earrell Lou1sI Celentano VV1ll1CII'1 E Hughes
necond Row Iohn G Ross Iohn V lfcliernan Wrlltam E Dafrdson
Walter A Hynes RobertI llcGee Ioseph E Caz7uhno WllfT1dI
Gagen Robert L Gunntson Plac1do C Etore
Eront Row Robert D Hunt Tl omas B Donnelly Erancrs A Iules
Robert XIV Hennes e EdwardI Eay Aloys1usI Wttt Thomas
Back Row Iohn P Clancy Emmet K Carr Erancls W Archloald
Bened1ct R Ltuzzo Robert A McGown Iames W Mclntosh
Walter W Ruth V1ncentI l cEnaneg Iohn C Baue
Thrrd Row Edwtn H Walzer Lawrence I Hartnett Thomas A
Gernon Tno as W Lvnch Raym nd E C rcoran Wrlham R
Carroll Ioseph W lflentz T1omasI lAcGurl Enr1coI Cloolaro
Second Row Paul G Eetrck Ge rg A Nrcholson Eawm R Iackson
Peter R Rooney Tnontas A Ertzpatnclc W1llamI Ierreld Wrlharr
W Erlclcson Stephen A lfluldoon Harold E Kenny
ont Row Rtcr rd I erme alt L Trdxalend Rob
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Last September fresh from the summer vacation there came to the
Mount a group of boys that was to go down in history as the largest fresh
man class to enter the school since its opening Their perspective outlook
and background was as close an approximation of a cross section of Metro
politan New York Catholic youth of their age as might be found in a gather
1ng of similar number To some the out of town boarders New York was a
novelty a revelation a dream realized
On the opening day they were divided into two French and two Latin
groups lA with 40 pupils and IB with 35 pupils were Latin classes IC
and lD with enrollments of 32 and 36 formed the French groups 36 new
pupils who Joined the class at the mid year brought the Freshman total to
l79 Yes quite a class if we compare it to the 87 youngsters who made up
the present graduating class in September 34
Our opinion as to the hardest subject? Thats a rather sensitive matter
to broachl Some sadly floundered through the very clear mazes of Algebra
others bewailed the necessity of failing in a foreign language when one
could do the same thing lust as beautifully in English still others met their
VVaterloo in the General Science room General conclusion reached by many
after two or three unpleasant sessions around the family hearth Even the
trickiest subtect will yield to persistent study and application
Under the kind and patient attentions of Brother Victor our English
classes assumed an interest and life which we had never suspected could
be connected with the study of our mother tongue Grammar was thoroughly
as real sources of pleasurable reading public speaking was proved possible
even with the deletion of O K T1 big boy great swell gee composition
writing was proved possible without going through the tortures of the Cham
ber of Horrors
During the General Science period we delved into the every day mys
teries of the world about us and also found out that exams and quizzes can
happen at the most unexpected days and hours And all excuses to explain
our lack of knowledge of the previous days work were so much wasted
efforts with Brother Alfred Maybe they were not very originall
Our duties as future citizens were carefully explained to us during
the Social Science period Here again you knevt your matter or you wept
over your mark
But the per1od which afforded us most comfort was the three quarter
hour session from 9 to 9115 Of course we were rather familiar with most
of the subiect matter and therefore the recitations were easier as we had
had religion throughout the years of ou grammar school But apart from
this we really enyoyed listening to the well prepared lessons which were
presented to us each day by our respective teachers And we realized that
this is the one period we would have missed entirely had we been deprived
of a Catholic High Scnool education
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P e d t xlrce P esfde ' Trea urer Secretary
Brother Alfred whether ne rs conscrous of 1t or not rs the moderator of
a club Ever notrce a group Wallctng up and down on the walk between the
mam butldrng and the gym aurmg the lunch hour? Well some have named
1t Brother Alfreds Walkmg Club agaln Brother Alfreds Flock Eager
youngsters Wrth a sctentrfc turn of mmd profrt by thrs perlod of relaxatron
to assatl the Brother wlth a thousand and one tdeas and theorres whtch they
have read about somewftere or other And so tae hour passes rn an mterest
mg manner for all except for the Brother who rs somettmes at a loss to
explarn or refute certam wrld schemes and a ertrons whrch had the1r OTIQIH
tn a more or less d1seased bratn
The four young men at the top of thrs page were the class chotce for
offrcers tn an electron wh1ch Was conducted more serrously than some Whrch
have much greater conseauences attached to ther Our Presrdent Robert
qtewart and Vrce Prestdent Thomas Kehoe are old t1mers at the Mount
Bobert by the Way was the young man who brought some rather unusual
dtstlnctron to the Mount bf wtnn ng the Cardmal Hayes cup for Chrtsttan
Doctrme last lune Peter Davey Secretary IS a welcomed add1t1on from
Brrdgeport Conn lohn Gmnore our Treasurer also came to us th1s year
from St Angela Merrct For no very good reason all the offrcers were taken
from the l A class
Whtle very busy Wtth studtes we nave found relaxatron m mtramural
competttton Last fall a football tournament brought out four freshman teams
to compete agatnst srmtlar teams from the upper classes The lD eleven
proved the strongest freshman agaregatton The forlorn hope of the sopho
mores ll E went down to dtsgraceful and complete defeat at the hands of the
Freshman Champtons Of course tn all fatrness we should state that we
eventually conceded 'trst place to lV B After all you have to respect th
ln a spr1ng basketball contest Wtth the sophs we dtd not fare so Well
The IA gumtet wrth a lOO 1 average tn the freshman d1v1s1on succumbed
to ll B the sophomore leaders ln splte of our defeat we belreve 1t Was a
Have you looked at the 1-lonor Boll men? Thats some representatron
from Class 41 nest ce pa 9
And wrth the hope of meettng you agatn on the Sophomore page tn
next years Wountamee we oow orrselles out of tie ptcture
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Back Row W1lla R Hanley Peterl Davef Wlltan E Byrne
Erancs I Redrcond lx cnolas Ryan Dan1el I Greg ry E an s
I Connelly Tnomas l gan Io'1n W K11d t Tr mas D Kehoe
Lawrence K Murray Eugene P Hanle
Tlllfd Row George E Gar oald1 Edwardl Carroll 'osepl l Galler
Ionn S Hennessey Ia es S D va Ic1r1 H G1 ore Ceorgo I
Kerr1aan W1ll1arn A l!lcLoughl1r1 Eranc1s D Ryan Iohn L
Stngleton Iarnes P Rogan
Second Row Robert C V'I1gger Peter E Dugand21c Lou1s I De Rose
Iarnes E Scully Iohn T Arch1bald IarnesI Clark Iohn P Cannw
Iohn E McCattrey Iohn I Beclcerle Robert S Stewart
Eront Row Edward I Devoney Hugh D lfurphy Iarr1es I Mornssey
Eranc1s X McDermott Dan1elI Holland Robert E lTlCKO Gerald
Back Row W1llard T Lottus Iohn I lfIcAvoy Wallace I Moran
Thomas D Shallex W1ll1OIU D R3 an IoseLh lvl Yerg Vmcent E
P1lsbury Edward I Dav1s Albert I Eab1a'11 Gerard B Harn nel
Second Row Donald E Roper Bernard V Hanratty Rooert I Moran
Io TH I Neeson R bert C S 1tl1a Roder1c P H1gg ns Thornas I
Kenney W1ll1a1n B Dopt Iol1n R Qu1nn Iosept T ODare
leonard A Er1edel Thomas I Moran Ian es I l!TacElroy
Ralph W We1r DonaldI lcGrane Iol1nI Sagur on Robert E
Mtchell Edward E Herold W1lllOII P AlCf"1 Duane T Rosen
Back Row Iohnl Rrehony Geo e VV R111 eo Robor 1' Qumn
George L Hoss Ia111esI McColgan Tl o111osI Wlntoy Bernard
C Madden Lawrence W Powers
Th rd Row Dorald M Block Pete anagan Io r1 P l rr H111
B Gregg Gerard I Kelley Aloert G A1tc1son I seph
DAndrea IonnI Cayanaugn lol 1es P lfahattef
Second Row Albert A Arnanna CGHllllJS A OConnell Charles
Bergen EdwadI l"cGovern I n n G1ll
A L1porran Dan1elA Rya
ront Row Iarres E C tte Euge e Bo a ld c-ce, I n
Mulaolland l 1cl1ael ra1 dw d I n c or
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Back Row NorbertI Shrelcer ames Ifl Post RoloertI Murphy
IamesI Pryor Eugene P Gorman Erar' rs E Secch1a W1ll1amI
CShaugrnesse, Rooert A uoet e aul Trearor R oert I
Thrrd Row llaurrce T Harnett A thur E Davls Harold A Lawlor
Iames P Mans eld Thomas lf Tobm Allen I Pre Davld L
Donahue Bradford E Segutne Iames L Lane LeoI Dererlern
Ioseph G Clancy
Second Row Erancrs X Bragane Rooert W Krrchner Tnomas E
Coughlrn W1ll1amI Scroemer Cnarles I Hastedt Edward P
Morrrssey Charles E Redford Patnclc D Monarty Raymond G
Hlldebrand Ionn C McHugn
Eront Row Harry W Brundage Alonso A Sacco Dan1elT Crlloon
Ic eph E lxeanc
Back Row V1ctor C Carloarmr W1ll1am L Coloy IohnI C rt1n
arnes E Deane Rtchard I Shary Iohn R Meehan Eranc1sI
Nestor Iohn A Palumbo Edward U Meyer
bocond Row Thomas Hughes Rrchad T Mo ney Alphonso A
Amatruda Iames T Doyle Iof1nI Owens Iohn V llurxony Lours
P Cappellr Charles A Ward Trorras M Feore osepn E
Spencer Erancrs V Erdmann Thorras E Ryan
Eront Row Eugene R Eouant harryI C mpbell Iohn I B r s
Harold C Smrth Iosepn T Henry Geo ge I l!lcCra1n Cal rn L
Kearney Eugene E Ryan Bruno N Marr nr Iohn P Klel
mes H Bradley
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from HIS Emmence Caramal Hayee 111 an essay Confest Conducted by the Cathohc
QC Q7 Board 1I'1 May 1937
I e Plljhll Cmzea 31rd1Pa1 Hayes Tragedy fo ,f1r1s'a Doctfwe was awarded to Romer
v ta Q1 Me' OUHT St IAIC el e1Jr11 ,J ade 1"1 IJHG 1937
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BROTHER ARTHUR XAVIER
BROTHER FRANCIS ANTHONY
BROTHER HENRY FIRMIN
Early last September twenty e1ght brtght and sh1ny faces l1ned up before
thetr new teacher The1r 1oremost thought at th1s t1me was to make ll11S
thetr ftnal year 1n the Ele1 entarx School the most 1mpress1ve 1n the h1story
of tl1e1r Mount St M1chael career As the year araws to a close we feel that
we have fulf1lled our des1re 1n an honorable manner
There was keen COFlp9l1llOI'1 when we elected class off1cers The f1nal
dGClS1OU was long IH cor 1ng when we cons1der that such names as the
followmg appeared on the llSl Kanow1tz Hernandez Lockwood Kehoe
Crotty Bot, lfe Devltn De C1ut11s Cwalhgan and D1 Blas1 The four popular
and lucky boys were loseph Kanow1tz unammously chosen Class Pres1dent
Theodore B1 Blas1 who took the VICS Pres1dency from VlClOI Hernandez on
the keenest compet1t1on Walter Galltgan Secretary Gerard Lockwood to
handle the class fmances We extend heartf congratulanors to the four of
Durlng the whole year our enrollment rematned at the or1g1nal mark of
twenty etght ln September we gladly welcomed the follow1ng newcomers
Angelo S1erra George Benskm loseph Vent1m1gl1a lohn Toomey and Iohn
'lrzec1esk1 Botn veterans and new recru1ts showed an 1nterest 1n stud1es and
athlettcs that IS well worth ment1on1ng
In October we demonstrated our school Splfll by topp1ng all classes 1n
a school rattle the proceeds of wntch went to the athlet1c fund We almost
reached S150 OU We owe spectal thanks to Brother Dlrector for h1s 1ntlu n
t1al pep talk Tie work of lames Comerford DGDIS Leahy and Law ence
S1lka deserves spec1al ment on These three boys paved the way to v1ctory
by br1ng1ng 1n ove1 S50 UU
ln Splle of the fact that we mode out excellently ln our Ianuary Regents
we were well aware of the adage All work and no play makes lack a dull
boy Our F1ght1ng lr1sh eleven engaged 1n many a Splflled contest The
qumtet that Brother Arthur turned out 1n November made young and old
stand up and take not1ce ltttle d1d we dream what athlet1c Gb1l1lY lay con
top seventeen t1mes
Though baseball has not yet started we feel sure that th1s years team
Wlll be one of the best to wear the long des1red unlforms Allow us to
tntroduce to you some or ou outstand1ng 1ndoor court gr1d1ron and dtamond
stars lames Car y Lawrence De Belhs George Hagman Iames Comerford
Theodore D1 Blas1 lohn Ranlfm W1ll1am Owens F-hchard Austln W1ll1am
Aylward Lawrence Fata Prank McCarthy and Bruce Petrett1 The champ1ons
ot our 1ndoor w1nter sports 1nclude Comerford who led 1n pool D1 Blas1 who
outd1d all comers at Pmg Pong Vent1m1gl1a who walked away as k1ng of
Checkers lohn Ranlfm vho o1,tw1tted h1s sexeral rlvals 1n Chess De Belhs
who knows all the tr cks wnen 1t comes to pun sntng the Bag Long Wlll we
remember our roller saatma at moht llany a n1ght we h1t the hay blesslng
the fellow who wad used our sftms for a puck
We showed ou dramat c aen1us TH December oy stag1ng a one act play
ent1tled Chr1s'rr'as W1lLlO1ll Patsx lt was enofed by all Many mothers
could hardly bel eve that me pretty g1rls were t1e1r own boys
As we b1d you farewell to close th1s br1e1 fustory of our successes and
shortcomtngs '1 the etghth grade we feel sure our ' rst year 1n hlgh school
w1ll f1nd us more atert rna eager to nake of ou elve truer and better
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AUSTIN AYLWARD BENSKIN BOURKE
RICHARD ERNEST AUSTIN
A youth to whom Was g1ven
So rnuch ot earth so rnuch of heaven
WILLIAM MURRAY AYLWARD
I hear yet say not much but thlnk the more
GEORGE HENRY BENSKIN
The only way to have a frrend 1S to be one
GERARD EDMUND BOURKE
Everythrng comes to a rnan who wlll only wart
IAMES VINCENT CAREY
A Frrend and an Athlete
IAMES GREGORY COMEREORD
Ay every 1nch a boy
From the crown of the head to the sole ol the oot
IAMES IOSEPH CROTTY
A llght heart hvee long
CAREY COMEREORD CROT TY
DE BELLIS de CIUTIIS DEVLIN
LAWRENCE CHARLES DE BELLIS
Though I om young I scorn to fl1t
On wrngs of borrowed Wll
VINCENT LOUIS de CIUTIIS
Knowledge IS power
IAMES GEORGE DEVLIN
Pers1stent effort IS wondrous excellence
THEODORE CHARLES DI BLASI
Metlrunks I would not grow so fost becoluse sweet flowers ore slow ond
LAWRENCE RICHARD FATA
He IS cr greot observer ond he looks f1Ql'1l through the deeds of men
WALTER TURBUSH GALLIGAN
thot excels the qulrks of blozonmg pens
GEORGE WILLIAM HAGMAN
Men of few words gre the oest men
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VICTOR IObEPI-I I-IERNANDEZ
Some are born great others achreve greatness
IOSEPI-I VALENTINE KAINOWITY
I never knew so young a body wlth so oId a head
WILLIAM IAMES KEHOE
The clear sweet srnger wtth the crown of whrte
Not whtter than the thoughts that are housed below
DENIS IOI-IN LEAI-IY
A cornbrnatron and a form rndeed where every god drd seem to set hrs seal
GERALD RUSSELL LOCKWOOD
How tar that httle candle throws tts bearr
So shrnes a good deed rn a naughty vxorld
ERANCIS WILLIAM MCCARTHY Ir
There rs not gu1Ie behrnd hrs srntle
WILLIAM IOHN OWENS
Happy arn I fronn care I free vhy arent they aII contented hke me?
LOCKWOOD MICCARTI-IY OWENS
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BRUCE ARTHUR PETRETTI
One vast substcznttcll srntle
IOHN IOSEPH RANKIN
manners gentle ot czttectlons mtld
ANGELO LOUIS SIERRA
Oh sleepl 1t IS C1 gentle thtng
Beloved from pole to pole
I AWRENCE ARTHUR SILKA
tle man and he had Q l1ttle soul and
There was ct l1t
IOHN BOYNE TOOMEY
HIS tongue never spoke evtl
And h1s hectrt had not gtule
IOHN ANTHONY TRZECIESKI
and slow they stumble that run
IOSEPH IOI-IN VENTIMIGLIA
Anvthtng tor C1 qutet hte
TOOMEY TRZE IESKI
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Back Row S Hart V DAr1sta G Walsh I Vent1fn1gl1a F Glgnas M McGee H Charlton
W OKeetle H McGee
Second Row R Gallnettt I Garlbaldt S MCGIHDIS A Iantzen L Drake E Reynaerts
W Moms B Powers F Fata
Front Row A Fata W Baer W Molloy G Reb1schung I Reb1chung E Molloy F
DAr1sta W Iackman
On Thursday Aprtl 7th 26 ot our boys mostly from the lower grades ot
the Grammar school recetved the sacrament of Conhrmatton m the Church
ot St Frances ot Rome at the hands ot Hts Fxcellency BlSllOp Stephen I
Donahue Under the zealous and devoted care of Brother Bernard Gregory
these boys had been gtven thorough and practrcal mstructton as a drrect
preparatton for thts most tmportant event 1n thetr sp1r1tual hte Father
Chaplatn had also cooperated tn the 1mmed1ate preparat1on ot the boys rn
order that they mlght be tn the best posstble alspostttons to beneltt fully ot
the graces and gttts ot the Holy Ghost tmparted by thts sacred unctton l
an approprtate allocutton 1mmed1ately prevtous to the admtntstermg ot the
sacrament Hrs Grace added further emphasts on the great tmportance ol the
sacrament the boys were about to recetve stresstng part1cularly the srgmft
cance and necessrty ot the strength and courage 1t rs mtended to tmpart to
the Chr1st1an tn the practtce and protesston ol h1s fatth
After the ceremony the boys were granted a holtday for the balance of
the day Wh1ch they were tree to spend at home or at the school
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GEORGE W. AITCHISON
PHILIP A. BAGNELL
RICHARD I. COUPE
WARREN F. DONAHUE
IOHN P. FORD
WALTER I. KYTE
THOMAS I. LANGAN
WILLIAM I. LAUTEN
IOSEPH P. MCCANN
WOODROW I. MALLOY
IAMES B. MOORE
WILLIAM D. SHERIDAN
IOHN R. STRACHAN
WILLIAM I. STRACHAN
FRANCIS X. DOHERTY, '39
RICHARD A. DE SANTIS, '39
IAMES M. CROWE, '39
WALTER I. MALONE, '39
ROBERT I. BARNETT, '39
IOHN I. DUANE, '49
WALTER E. STOKES, '49
THOMAS B. DONNELLY, '49
FRANCIS A. IULES, '49
ENRICO I. CIPOLARO, '49
STEPHEN A. MULDOON, '49
IOHN W. GEORGES, '49
PETER M. DAVEY, '41
ROBERT S. STEWART, '4I
THOMAS I. MORAN, '4I
THOMAS D. SI-IALLEY, '4I
IOHN M. BREHENY, '4I
CAMILLUS A. OCONNELL, '4I
ROBERT A. GOETZE, '4I
IAMES I. PRYOR, '4I
Back Row e- Arthur Davis, George Garibaldi, Edward Carroll
Robert Moran, Peter Duva, Robert Smitha, Michael Zarelh
Walter Burns, Roderic Higgins, Duane Rosenberger, lohn Strachan
Second RoweRobert Wigger, Robert Stewart, Peter Dugandzic
lohn Duane, Toseph Tracy, William Strachan, Daniel Ryan
lames Crowe, loseph McCann, Robert Rerner, William Kearney
Front Row Edward Devoney, Tames Tiernan, Peter Davey
Robert Quinn, Thomas Kehoe, William Hanley, lames Sheppard
Toseph Yerg, Francis Connelly, lohn Georges.
Decidedly the most esteemed honor which a student is capable ol merit-
ing is that ot being listed on the Honor Roll, To stimulate the interest ot the
pupil in his scholastic achievements, those who deserve this recognition by
rating 85'i? or over in each subject ot the monthly examinations, are entitled
to wear the Honor Roll Pin for the following month. Moreover, this Pin be-
comes a permanent award upon being earned four times during the school
year, This year the number of boys so honored surpasses the record ot
former years and signities the high esteem in which this honor is held,
Thomas Kehoe larries Crowe Iohn Lewis
Pygncig Bfsimo loseph McCann Louis De Rose Vll'1C9T1llDllSbl1I'Y
Back Row 4 lohn Lewis, Richard De Santis, lohn Quinn, Francis Ryan,
lohn Stokes, lohn Hennessey, Camillus O'Connell, lames Bogan,
Thomas Moran, Donald Block, Robert Goetze, lames Pryor.
Second Row 4 Warren Dornhoeter, William Ruckert, lames Walsh,
Francis Beirne, Francis Doherty, Philip Bagnell, Cornelius Cleary,
Walter Stokes, Francis Foran, Louis De Rose, William Dopt.
Front Rowvlohn Breheny, Vincent Pilsbury, Daniel Gregory, Thomas Whitby,
Thomas Shalley, Vincent Staraci, Francis Redmond, Francis McDermott,
lohn Mulholland, Gerald Bovine, Robert Hickey.
The accompanying photograph presents those who have already earned
the Pin tour times or more as the Annual goes to press, There yet remains
two sets of examinations and the results of these will further augment the
number of recipients.
Below are listed the names ot the students who have appeared on the
Honor Roll during the past year classified according to the number of times
they have earned that award. The maximum number is six.
WlLLlAM I LAUTEN
I5 day students
EDWARD T SPARKS
4 day students
WARREN F DONAHUE
I4 day studentsl
IOSEPH I FEORE
3 day students
NVARREN I DORNHOEFER
I3 day students in
IOHN I BIGGANE
I3 day students Tw
Ass I, V
IOSEPH T OTT
I4 day studentsl
PAUL E QUANDT Q
3 day students
GERALD I LeMON
3 day students
Stnce the t1me ot tts creatton tn 1933 the Booster Award has steadtly
gamed rn popularrty untrl today tt rs consldered one of the most coveted
non scholastrc awards presented by the school Hence an ever growrna
number of students strrvrng after the Booster dtstmctton The award was
or1g1nated tn order to express the school apprecratton ot that parttcular
manttestahon of loyalty and school sptrrt whtch mduces students to constltute
themselves recruttmg agents for the school A boy 1nstrumental rn brtnglng
three day students or one resrdent student to the Mount IS entltled to the
award The boys tn the above photograph rece1ved thts award stnce
The followtnq boys who had already rece1ved a plaaue were thts year
entrtled to extra stars Iohn V Lembach I2 Thomas I Dermehy 5
Cornelrus F Doran I4 V ncent T Rtchards l Dermot P Perdrsatt I
These boys have already brought tn two day students George Artchrson,
Francrs Archrbald, Rtchard Bourke, llarttn Burke, Thomas Donnelly,
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WILLIAM F HUGHES
4 day students
WILLIAM I MURPHY
WILLIAM F BYRNES
2 boarders I day student
WILLIAM R HANLEY
RICHARD L AUSTIN
EUGENE P HANLEY
Iames Egan Wrlltam Farrell Iohn Flynn Robert Gunnrson Francrs Iules
W1ll1am Kolman Iames McCauley Robert Mooney Andrew Murphy
W'1ll1am Roemer W1ll1am Ryan Thomas Ryan Iohn Sorgl Iohn Teevan
Mrchael Walsh Edw1n VI alzer Wrlham Parsons
And the followrng are credrted wrtn one day student Clement Bayen
Herbert Bechdol Erancls Betrne Robert Berner Wrllram Bulger
Rocco Celentano Enrrco C1polaro Edward Cousln Iohn Clancy
lames Cregtn Vlncent Crean Mrchael Crowley Francls Doyle Edward Fay
Raymond Frnn Ioseph Gansert Wrlllam Geary Edward Hart Danrel Henry
Peter Hrckey Edward Hoos Robert Hunt W1ll1Gm Kearns Thomas Kehoe
Robert Kerrrgan Wrllram Kllnke Thomas Kraeck Walter Kyte Iohn Lawler
Iohn Lewrs Arthur Lynch Ioseph McCann Thomas McCann Iames McManus
Iohn Maher Edward Moran Robert Moran IohnR Murphy Edwcrd Muldoon
Charles OConnor Robert Qumn Charles Redford Saverro Rossl
W1ll1am Ruclcert Norbert Schrerber Ierome Schuler Arthur Scholl
Nrllram Strachan Iohn Tralnor W1ll1GVU Ward George Wrtt Chester Pretras
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The Tenth Annual Gynnastrcs Exhrpttron was presented by the puprls
ol both the Gra 1r1ar and lnhgh School Departments ot Mount St Mrchael on
Sunday May lot' IO37 on the school ca npus Under cloudless sunny
r rrng slf1es and caressed by a war111 gentle breeze the entrre student body
gave a well nrgh hawless de11onstrat1on Ol t1e1r abrlrty IH varrous drrlls
cxercrses and game Over two thousand parents and Irrends ol the boys
and patrons ot the school wrtnessed the presentatron of thrs the crownrng
feature ot a years trarnrng IH physrcal culture
Promptly at two tlnrty to the accompanrnent ot 1nart1al 1nus1c supplred
by the school amplrlyrng un1ts tl1e boys n1arched on the held rn a seernrnglv
endless column A 1nass drrll and a tableau followed tl11s entrance The
audrence regrstered 1ts approbatron ot the precrsron of these and the subse
auent 1nd1v1dual class dr1ll by treauent spontaneous applause
The program wa ter nrnated by an lnterclass Relay Race around the
tl11rd ol a rnrlo track whrch surrounds the Atl1let1c Freld Thrs event was won
bv the Senror four 111an team
The entrre tunctron was a glowrng testnnonral to the abrlrty and ettrcrency
ol Mr Howard blfllll our physrcal rnstructor whose untrrrng rnterest and
lrrnrtless patrence made tl1e su cess of the eXh1b1t1on posslble
Mass Drrll Gra nr1ar Grades and l-hgh School
Valley Ball Race
Tug o 'War
TUAIIOIIHAA Frrt and Second Grades
Tableau All Classes
Apparatus Fundarr ental rxercrses On
laral el Bar Srde llor Buclc and Turnbllnr
Free Hand Exercr e Grammar Grade
lndran Club Drl Senrors
Wand Drrll Iunrors and Sophomores
Dumb Bell lfrrll sophomore and Freshmen
lntercla s Rel lnlrgh School
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Back Row R Plante H P1azza G Attchxson E Clpolaro R l-ltggm
V Kadrr A Calabrta T Donnelly
Front Row R Stewart C OConnell I Cahtll W Malloy R McGrath
W Shendan F Doherty F QUIUH
SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN
The past semester has w1tnessed such an mcrease tn the leglons ot Our
Lady that we now are obhged to conduct two weekly meetlngs under the
guldance ot Brother Prlnctpal whose 1nsp1r1ng and ttmely dlscusslons on
Wednesday and Thursday morn1ngs ha I9 been ol lnestlmable value to all
Sodallsts freshman and senlor altke The large attendance at the two
weekly Sodahty Masses and the cons1stently numerous commun1cants have
been lrretutable evtdence of the boundless enthustasm and s1ncer1ty ot the
Sodallsts tn strtvmg to atta1n the laudable tdeal ot Chr1st1an pertectron
I-hghly xnstructtve and benet1c1al talks were presented to us throughout
the year at vartous 1ntervals on the top1c ot vocatlon These dtscourses came
at a part1cularly opportune ttme for IH these days of neo pagan1sm and
1nd1tterent1srn numerous p1ttalls beset the pathway of the Cathohc young
man chart1ng h1s course tor hte
We leave the Mount w1th the hope that our endeavors as members ol
the Sodallty have been tn some small measure a source ot encouragement
to our teachers who have sacr1t1ced all to foster tn growtng boys a love ol
Chrtst and Hts lrnmaculate Mother All to jesus throuugh Mary shall ever
be our gu1d1ng star strengthenmg us tn tunes ot stress and conthct We feel
that tn later years we wtll look back on these days as Sodahsts ol Mary a
the happ1est and rnost trutttul of our ltves
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IOI-IN W LAWLER
Thlrd Year C
ROBT W HENNESSEY
Second Year B
ROBERT G BERNER
Second Year D
' 1' IOSEPH A, GANSERT
Third Year B
FRANCIS V PERDOMO
Second Year A
STEPHEN A MULDOON
Second Year C
IOSEPH E I-IEAFY
Second Year E
F1rsI Year A
Fxr I Year C
E1rst Year B
Elr t Year D
G LOCKWOOD G DI CARLO
L DE ROMA
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L E G I O N 0 F H O N O R
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The Reverend Iohn T Iordon Gold Medotl lor
Excellence ln Scholorshrp ln the Grorduotrng
Closs of the Hlgh School Deportment
IS owolrded to
PHILIP ANDREW BAGNELL
Next 1n Merrt Ioseph Poltnck McCcfnn
The Reverend August Topln Gold Medol for
Excellence ln Chrrstrom Doctnne
IS oworded to
WILLIAM lOl-IN STRACHAN
Next IH Mer1t Phrllp Andrew Bognell
The Rrght Reverend Msgr Ioseph A McGroth
IS oworded to
WILLIAM IOI-IN LAUTEN
Next IH Mer1t Rlchord Ioseph Coupe
The Mr ond Mrs lohn McCorrnock Memonol
Gold Medol for Excellence 1n Scrence
IS oworded to
IOSEPI-I PATRICK MCCANN
Next 1n Mertt Phrhp Andrew Bognell
The Mr ond Mrs Froncls P Crotty Gold Medol
for Excellence ln Mothemoncs
IS oworded to
IOSEPI-I PATRICK MCCANN
Next rn Ment Phrhp Andrew Bognell
The Mr ond Mrs Rrchord Qurnn Gold Medol
for Excellence 1n Longuoges
IS oworded to
PHILIP ANDREW BAGNELL
Next rn Ment loseph Potnck McCo1nn
P BAGNELL W SHERIDAN W DOYLE R COUPE
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' tr' Memorioll Gold Medol for Excellence in English
The Mr and Mrs Patrrck McCann Gold Medal
for Excellence rn Hrstory
IS awarded to
IOHN ROBERT STRACHAN
Next 1n Mer1t Ioseph Patnck McCann
The lvnss Isabel McGrath Memorral Gold Medal
for the Legron of Honor 1n Class Fourth
Year A IS awarded to
RICHARD IOSEPH COUPE
The Mr and Mrs Edward I Devoney Gold Medal
for the Legron of Honor rn Class Fourth
Year B IS awarded to
WILLIAM THOMAS DOYLE
The Mount Sarnt Mrchael AIurnn1Assoc1at1on Bronze
Plaque for School Splflf Offered to the Student
of the Graduatrng Class who durmg hrs
stay 1n Hrgh School has manlfestecl the
most Attachment and Loyalty to
the School IS awarded to
WILLIAM DENIS SHERIDAN
The George Schaefer Trophy Offered to the Mo t
Valuable Athlete IH the Graduatrng Class
IS awarded to
ROBERT GEORGE SCHOLL
Ilrc Georae I DGVIUS IVIGHIOTICII Gold Medal for
Excellence ln Scholarshrp rn Class 39 A
IS awarded to
FRAINCIS IOSEPH BEIRNE
Next ID Mer1t Francrs X Doherty F IUI-ES
I STRACHAN I McCAA IN W LAUTEX
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The Mr and Mrs Mart1n P1etras Gold Medal tor
Lxcellence IH Scholarslnp IH Class 39 B
IS awarded to
IAMES MICHAEL CROWE
Next 1n Mer1t Peter loseph H1ckey
The Mrs Russell G Rankln Gold Medal for
Excellence ID Scholarshtp 1n Class 39 C
IS awarded to
IOHIN WlLLlAM LAWLER
Next 1n Ment Peter Patrlck Pagano
Tho Mr and Mrs Ioseph Bovtne Gold Medal for
Lxcellence tn Scholarshtp tn Class 40 A
IS awarded to
WALTER ELLIOT STOKES
Next tn Mer1t Walter Francls Burns
Second Year Classes ts awarded to
FRANClS ALOYSIUS IULES 40 B
Next rn Mer1t loseph Pranc1s Cazzultno
THOMAS ALFRED GERNON 40 C
Next ln Mer1t Enr1co Ioseph C1polaro
IOHN WILLIAM GEORGES 40 D
Next 1n Mer1t Robert George Berner
HAROLD EUGENE PIAZZA 40 E
Next 1n Mer1t Stephen Francrs Leonard
A Gold Medal tor Excellence IH Scholarshlp 1n te
Etrst Year Classes IS awarded to
IQ RoBERT SAMUEL sTEwART 41 A
A QRAZIQ Next 1n Mer1t Peter Martln Davey
T GERNON I GEORGES H PIAZZA R STEWART
Puqc Scz 4 NIJ ugh!
A Gold Medal tor Excellence in Scholarship in the
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THOMAS IOSEPH MORAN 41 B
ext rn Went Robert Iames Moran
IOHN MARTIN BREHENY 41 C
Next m Mer1t Camlllus Aqumas OConnell
ROBERT ANDREW GOETZE 41 D
Next m Mer1t Iames Ioseph Pryor
RILHARD IOSEPH SHARY 41 E
Next m Mer1t Iames Edward Deane
The Academy Gold Medal for Excellence m
Scholarslmp m the Graduatmg Class ot the
Grammar School rs awarded to
IOSEPH VALENTINE KANOWITZ
Next m Merlt VICIOT Ioseph Hernandez
The Academy S11ver Medal for Excellence
Scholarsh1p m the Grades of the Grammar
School 1S awarded to
ROBERT K SCHENKEL Seventh Grade
ANGELO E ORAZIO Srxth Grade
ROBERT I SMITH F1tth Grade
A Gold Medal tor Department and School Sp1r1'
Among the Res1dent Students
IS awarded to
HOWARD DAVID BENSON
PATRICK TURNER HANSON
IOHN IOSEPH RANKIN
T MORAN I BREHENY R GOETZE R SHARY
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The results herewrth gtven are as they stood at the end ol March lt 15
evrdent that Itnal results nay D6 shghtly dltferent at the end of the school
year lt mrght even happen that a boy who IS lrsted nrst of h1s class and
ent1tled to the class prtze would have lost hrst place at the end of the
FOURTH YEAR A
C LASS PRI7E Phrlrp A Baanell 98
FIRST HONORS I eph P McCann 95 Rrchard I Coupe 2
VVoodrow P Malloy 99 Iohn P Ford 89 Iarnes B Moore 89
SECOND HONORS Saverro A ROSS1 84 Robert T McGrath 84 Walter
I Beggm 84 Iohn V Walsh 84 GeorgeI W1egn'1an 82 ThomasI Darly 81
Vrncent T R1chards 8l Ioseph I D1 Donato 8l Edward I Hart 79
Iames E Iohnston 78 Dav1d V Cronrn 78 Matthew A Hanratty 77
Wllham I Farrell 77 Roger R Berkley 78 Francls T McLaughl1n 78
Wrlham I Geary 78 Rocco R Celentano 75 Walter I Kyte 75
FOURTH YEAR B
CLASS PRIZL Wllllarn I Strachan 94
TIRST HONORS Iohn P Strachan 94 W1 ram T Doyle 93
George VV Artchlson 99 Wrlham D Sherlclan 89 Francts I Goodwrn 89
W1ll1a1n I Lauten 88 Warren F Donahue 88 Thomas I Langan 85
SECOND HONORS eo B Drlscoll 84 Albert M Scla la
Iames P McCau ey 82 Charles M Clancy 82 Robert G Scholl
Walter E Ntghttngale 8l Marttn I Kane 8l Robert G Mennona
Pau I Erbacher 78 Iohn P Fscher 77 W1ll1a n I Flynn
Fanc1s I Z1ppr1ch 77 Thomas F Ryan 78 Chester M Pretras
Francrs C Mertz 78
CLASS PRIZF Francts I Be1rne 97
FlRST HONORS Francls X Doherty 97 Warren I Dornhoefer
Cornellus F Cleary 98 'W1ll1am C Ruckert 95 Wtlharn T Kearney
Iohn L LSWIS 94 Rrchard A De Santts 93 Ioseph T Tracy
Cornel1us F Doran 89 Iohn P Flynn 89 Wrlllam I Roerner
W1nI1eld S Sharpe 88 Mrchael I Crowley 85 Ioseph I Feore 85
SECOND HONORS W1ll1a1n I Bulaer 84 Iames I Cream
Edward I Hennessey 83 Raymond K Vorst 82 Francrs G Le Mon
Paul E Ouandt 81 Iohn V Lernbach 89 Iarnes E Schrnltt
Ierome W Schuler 89 Eugene P SITIIIII 89 Dermot P Perd1satt
W1ll1am I Koltnan 79 Thomas H Walsh 79 Robert I D1llon
Rayr ond T Kearn 77 Iames I CllI1Cl'l 75 Thomas I Caultteld 75
THIRD YEAR B
Cl ASS PRl'7F Iarnes M Crowe 93
FIRST HONORS Peter I Hlclcey 99 Wllllam I McNamara 99 Thomas I
lenrhan 99 Id tes I4 Walsh 99 Iohn A Massey 87 Walter I Malone 8J
Ioseph A Cansert 85
SECOND HONORS Warren H Murphy 83 Bernard I McEnteaart 83 Ioseph
R Mwlne 82 Iohn F Ifularlcey 82 EdwardI Couswn 8l Iohn M Bucklex
8l Edward H Muldoon 89 Ioseph T Ott 89 Andrew I Murphy 79
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CLASS PRIZE Iohn W Georges 97
FIRST HONORS Robert G Berner 94 Iohn I Allen 98 Gerald P Butler 89
Francrs I Savage 88 Iohn I Kelly 87 Ioseph W Scott 88 Robert I
Lawson 88 Robert M Mooney 85 Vrctor Kadrr 85
SECOND HONORS Iohn C Kehoe 84 Howard D Benson 83 Iohn D Hurley
83 FerdmandI Wersenberger 81 Wrllram I Lonergan 81 Iames A
Zregler 81 Iames I Teevan 79 Robert I Kerrlgan 79 Thomas M
Carraher 79 Charles E Ersenmann 79 Iohn T Monahan 78 Edward W
Lavm 78 Wlllram R Hoos 78 Srlvro I Sorar 78 Gerard M OConnor 78
Hallock H Neshe 75
SECOND YEAR E
CLASS PRIZE Harold E P1a7za 88
FIRST HONORS Stephen F Leonard 87 Ioseph E Healy 8b Lawrence I
Landolte 88 Raymond I Ftnn 85
SECOND HONORS Robert A Klernmann 83 Wrllram A Hallrgan 82
Lawrence I Herzmg 82 Edward R Camrlluccr 82 Andrew C Norton 81
Andrew L OBr1en 81 Arthur I Bradv 88 Francrs X Smrth 88 Ioseph
A Dumolo 79 Iohn I Ifrckelsen 79 Iames B Iovce 79 Donald P
Monaghan 78 Patrrck F O Dare 78 Edward I Drllon 77 Robert T Doyle
Francrs P McGo ern 75 Clement A Bayen 75
FIRST YEAR A
CLASS PRIZE Robert S Stewa t 98
FIRST HONORS Peter M Davey 98 Edward I Carroll 97 Iohn S Hennessey
97 GeraldI BOVIDS 98 Francrsj Connolly 98 Iarne S Duva 98 Thoma
D Kehoe 98 Wrllram R Hanley 98 Robert C Wrgger 98 George F
Garrbaldr 95 Francrs I Redmond 95 Francrs D Ryan 95 Francrs X
Hanley 92 Danrel I Gregory 91 Louls I De Rose 98 Iames I Morrrssey
98 Lawrence K Murray 98 Iames E Scully 89 Edward I Devoney 88
Hugh D Murphy 88 Thomas I Egan 87 Iohn W Krldutt 87 WIIIIIGHI
Byrnes 88 Iohn I Beckerle 85 Iames P Bogan 85 Iames I Clark 85
Ioseph M Gallen 85 Danrel I Holland 85 Nrcholas I Ryan 85
SECOND HONORS Iohn H Grlmore 84 Iohn E Smaleton 84 W1ll1am A
McLaughl1n 83 Iohn P Canny 88 George F Kerrrgan 88 Iohn F
McCaffrey 88 Iohn T Archrbald 79
FIRST YEAR B
CLASS PRIZE Thomas I Moran 94
FIRST HONORS Robert I Moran 94 Wrllram B Dopf 94 Iohn R Oulnn 94
Thomas D Shalley 93 Edward I Davts 92 Duane T Rosenberaer 92
Raymond P Rrzzo 91 Iames M Trernan 91 Roderrc P Hrggms 98 Robert
C Smltha 98 Ioseph M Yerg 98 V1ncentE Plsbury 89 Wrlllam D Ryan
89 Ioseph A Mullen 87 ThomasI Kenny 88 Leonard A Fr1edel85 Iohn
I Neeson 85
SECOND HONORS Albert I Fab1an1 84 Eugene P Frtzpatrrck 84 Wlllard
T Loftus 83 Wallace I Moran 83 Iohn I Rernert 82 Iohn I McAvoy 81
Donald F Roper 81 Iohn I Sagurton 81 Be nard V Hanratty 88 Iamc
I MacElroy 88 Wrlham P Ward 79 Gera d B Hammel 78 Robert I
FIRST YEAR C
CLASS PRIZE Iohn M Brehenv 98
FIRST HONORS Carnrllus A OConnell 97 Dantel A Ryan 94 Robert
QUIDU 93 Thomas I Wh1tby 93 Iohn I Cafanaugh 91 Charles C
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LOUIS A L1ppman 89 Iohn I Franz 88 Eugene F Boylan 88 Lawrence
W Powers 87 Rlchard W Mrchels 86 Peter I Flanagan 86 Iohn P
Morr1s 86 Edward I Tlghe 85 George W Ramee 85 Albert G
SECOND HONORS Bernard C Madden 84 Iames P Mahafley 83 Ioseph
I DAndrea 83 Iames E Cotter 82 IohnI Glllen 81 Franc1sI Meehan
81 Ioseph G Kelley 80 Albert A Amanna 80 Hugh B Gregg 79 Mrchael
I Doran 79 EdwardI McGovern 77 IamesI McColgan 76
FIRST YEAR D
CLASS PRIZE Robert A Goetze 96
FIRST HONORS Iames I Pryor 95 Arthur F Dav1s 91 Paul I Traenor 90
Alfonso A Sacco 90 NorbertI Schrelber 89 Ioseph F Keane 88 Charles
I Hastedt 87 Iames L Lane 86 Robert G Plante 86 Raymond G
SECOND HONORS Maurtce T Harnett 84 Robert I Murphy 84 Davrd L
Donahue 83 Harold I Smlth 83 Thomas F Coughlln 83 Leo I De1erle1n
83 Iohn C McHugh 82 Ioseph G Clancy 82 Bradford F Segu1me 81
Charles F Redford 79, Iames P Mansheld 77 W1ll1am I Schoemer 77
Iames M Post 76 Edward P Morrxssey 75
FIRST YEAR E
CLASS PRIZE Rlchard I Shary 92
FIRST HONORS Iames E Deane 91 Harry I Campbell 91 Rrchard T
Mooney 90 Ioseph F Spencer 90 Vrctor C Garbar1n1 90 Calv1n L
Kearney 89 Francrs I Nestor 89 Charles A Ward 89 W1ll1am L Colby
88 Iohn P K1ely 88 Francls V E1dmann 87 Eugene R Rouant 87 Iames
H Bradley 87 Iohn I Curt1n 87 Iames T Doyle 86 Iohn R Meehan 86
Thomas M Feore 86 Lou1s P Cappe1l1 86
I Owens 81 W1ll1am P Curran 81 Edw1nI Connolly 80 Ioseph T Henry
79 GeorgeI McCra1n 79 Iohn M Burns 79 Eugene F Ryan 78 Alphonso
A Amatruda 78 Bruno N Mar1an177 Iohn A Palumbo 75
CLASS PRIZE Ioseph V Kanowrtz 95
FIRST HONORS Vrctor I Hernandez 94 Vlncent L De Crutrrs 92 Lawrence
De Bellls 91 Theodore C D1 Blasr 91 Gerard R Lockwood 90 Walter T
Galhgan 89 Francrs W McCarthy 89 W1ll1am I Kehoe 88 Iohn I Rankm
88 Lawrence F Fata 87 George W Hagman 87 Iames G Devhn 87
Dems I Leahy 86
SECOND HONORS George R Benskln 84 Iames V Carey 83 Ioseph I
Vent1m1gl1a 83 Iames I Crotty 83 Iames Comerlord 82 Rrchard E Austrn
82 Iohn B Toomey 80 Iohn A Trzecleskr 80 Lawrence A Sllka 80
W1ll1am I Aylward 80 Gerard E Bourke 79 W1ll1amI Owens 78 Bruce
A Petrettl 78
CLASS PRIZE Robert K Schenkel 94
FIRST HONORS Iames I Gar1bald1 92 Gerald I D1 Carlo 91 Arthur T
Gall1gan 81 Norman I Kenn 91 Edward P Ryan 91 Raymond V
La ombe 89 W11l1amI Kohl 88 Donald P Martln 88 R1chardI Alde
86 Iohn A Moran 86 Robert E Cullen 85 Paul F Frscher 85 Ioseph L
SECOND HONORS Arthdr I Donovan 83 W1ll1am I Murty 79 Iames C
Wargo 78 Rrchard Byers 76
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FIRST HONORS Ge ard P Bell 93 Gustav V Koppel 88 Francrs I Ser? 89
Mylee I Arnbroee 88 Francte P Rurxe 87 Wrllta 1 W Rankm 85
ul COND HONORS Rober S Frsclter 84 Raymond F Henle 83 Edward K
Pearson 88 Iolm I Prcurt 83 Francrs A Granas 82 Henry I Laurrtano
82 Iohnl Ramrrez 8? R Wrllram Flynn 8I Harold R Whrte 81 Iames
D Cox 79 Robert H Lou e 79 Francts C Rudershausen 79 Leonard
Sweeney 78 Walter Bennett 77 Alfred B Iantzen 76 Charles G Ottone
76 Wllharn W Weaver 75
V I ASS PRIZE Robert I Snn th C4
FIRST HONORS Vtnvent H DAr1sta 81 Stanley T Galhqan 98 Frank R
Marnizetla 88 Fdward L LIQIIOII QU W1ll1am I Fon ld1I'10 88 F Gregory
Walelt 88 Ntcltoel I l!IcGee 87 Leonard P De Roma 87 loute D Ora71o
86 Donald T Calltaon 86 Iohn Paul Frank 88 Francrs Fata 85 Wlllrarn
I Nollox 85
SFCOND HONORS Ioseph S Hrllen 84 Iohn P l!IcOuade 83 Robert M Baer
8? Cltarlee F Bovlne 81 Henry L Charlton 78 Carl M Vlaarano 78
Walter I Rnnn 78 Robert IV Gray 77 Franklyn C' Frawley 77
CI ASS PRIZI John Garlbaldr 86
FIRST HOIXORS Wrllrarn P Iackrnan 85 Rudolph L Gralro QI Robert
Gal nettr QC Andrew Avrtablle CIP Ioltn C Coolrdae 88 Fdward E
Reynae te 89 Stanley I Hart 88 Robert V Vrllandre 87 Wrlllarn F Morns
87 Iarnes Rebtschung 87 Bruce R Powers 86
SI POND HONORS W1ll1a 1 I-I Olfeete 82 Georae Rebrsclruna 82 Roy G
Meclo 81 Rrcltard Pompa 88 Harold E McGee 86 Allred P Toomey 88
K IASS PRIZF Danrel I I oore 84
I IIxSI HONORS Vrctor Fortrn 84 P1Orro Teneau 88 Erneet S ntlr CII Robert
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Richard I. Adler, Gerald I. Di Carlo, Arthur I. Donovan, Paul 'l. Fischer,
Arthur T. Galliaari, Iarries I. Garibaldi, llorrzian f. Kenn, William I. Kohl
Raymond V. Laijorrrbe, Donald P. Martin, Iolin A. lforan, Robert K. Schenkel.
Robert S Fischer R William Flynn Angelo F Oazo Charres G Ottone
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Charle F Bovine Leonard P De Ro ra Stanleyrl Galligan
Ioseph A lngrassra Frank R Maruzzella F Gregory Walsh
Andrew Avitabile Io in Cool dge Robert Galinett Iorin Garibaldi Rudolpi
Giglio Stanley Hart William Iackrnan Edward Reynaerts Robert Villandre
Robert A DArista Pierre F leneau Victor lortn
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I Coupe Iosep I D1 Donato Wrllra Lo le Leo B Drr coll Wrllia
I Farrell Willrarri I Geary Ldward I Hart Iarries F Iohn tori Saverio
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SOPHOMORE CLASS Robert G Berner WalterD Byrne AngeloE Calabrla
Edward R Camrlluccr Enrrco I Crpolaro Iohn P Clancy Thomas B
Donnelly Ioseph B Farrell EdwardI Fay Iohn W Georges RobertI
Haley Iohn E Heafy LawrenceI Herzlng EarlI Hoftner IohnI Kelly
Patrlck A K1rw1n AltredI Klag Robert A Kletnmann Stephen F
Leonard Bened1ctR Lruzzo Thomas P Longo ThomasI McGurl Iames
M Mclntosh Eugene F Meenagh Patrrck F ODare Francxs V Perdomo
Harold E Prazza Peter R Rooney Walter P Rozett Walter E Stokes
Iames F Teevan Robert A Trghe Iohn E Travalena Edwln H Walzer
Aloys1usI W1tt M1chaelL Zarelll Iames A Zregler
FRESHMAN CLASS Albert G Artchrson Charles C Bergen Francts X
Btggane GeraldI Bovme Iohn M Breheny EdwardI Carroll IohnI
Cavanaugh Edward I Davrs W1ll1am B Dopf Peter F Dugandz1c
Thomasl Egan PeterI Flanagan Dame1T Grlloon Iohn H Grlmore
Robert A Goetze Charles I Hastedt Iohn S Hennessey Roderrc P
Hrggms Raymond G Hlldebrand Wrllard P Loftus Wrllram A
McLaughl1n Iames P Manslreld RobertI Moran Edward P Morrrssey
Neeson Vmcent E Prlsbury Robert X Qurnn Francrs D Ryan Alfonso
A Sacco Iames E Scully Thomas D Shalley Robert C Smltha Robert
S Stewart Iames M Trernan Thomas M Tobm ThomasI Whrtby
EIGHTH GRADE Rtchard E Austrn George H Benskm Iames B Carey
Lawrence C De Bellrs Iohn I Rankm
SEVENTH GRADE GeraldI D1 Carlo ArthurI Donovan Paul T Frscher
Hector C Maruzzella Robert K Schenkel
SIXTH GRADE MylesI Ambrose Gerard P Bell Frank A Grgnas Charles
F Graf Angelo F Orazro Wrllram W Rankrn Harold W Whrte
FIFTH GRADE Wrllram I Consrdme V1ncentH DAr1sta LeonardP De Roma
Ioseph S Hrllen Lours D Orazro RobertI Smtth
FOURTH GRADE Andrew Avrtabrle Angelo Fata Robert Galmettr Iohn I
Iazzettl Wtllram Morr1s Harold McGee Stanley MCGIHDIS Raymond
Le Tourneau Robert V Vrllandre
lHlRD GRADE Robert A DAr1sta Russell Englrsh Dan1elI Moore Pterre
SECOND GRADE Ioseph Catlrey Henry P Dagasso Stanley Foster Wrlllam
I Long Robert Marotta
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W SIFVENQ P SCIIOLL W. Siii.fRiDAN i. l!fcCAULEY l STRACHAN D. CRONIN I FORD Mgr
ffad the success of the i937 football season, as represented by the
nurriber of games won and lost, depended oniy on the spirit and enthusiasm
of the squad, the Mount would have headed the Prep school list with a
no-loss noftie record. Unhappiiy, other factors enter into the compiling of
final averages. fnexperience was our chief difficulty. Graduation had
depleted our ranks of the iarge iiiaiority' of seasoned veterans. And yet,
in spite of this handicap, the Gold and Blue took to the field with a hardf
Lghting, unyielding aggregation which won the loyal support of its friends
and became the dread of its foes.
The opening test carne early in the season against a veteran Pelhani
team. The visitors' power and skill were too niuch for the Mountaineers.
The score ended 25-6. A fourth period pass from lffurphy to Perdomc
saved us from the whitewash coluznn.
ffastcfzester, anxious to avenge a last seasons defeat, was the next team
to face our gridmen on our horne grounds. Our line did grand and unexepcted
tiiings, but in vain. We lacked the punch to score, Eastchester took a hard-
fought contest, 6fU, by virtue of a pass on the closing minutes of the game.
The Mount journeyed to New Rochelle, on the next week end, to
:rieet fona Prep on their home field. A third defeat was the result of this
encounter. The Mounts offense got off to a guick start and we scored
early in the first guarter on a pass, Murphy to Cronin. in the second
quarter, lona returned a punt sixtyvfive yards to the Mounts thirty yard
line. A surprise fourth down pass scored for the home team from that
position. lona converted the extra point on a fine plunge and this gave
them the final rnargin of victory, 76.
The fourth game on the schedule against Edison Tech of Mount Vernon
brought us our first victory. The visitors resorted frorn the first to their
wide open passing attack. As the day was exceptionally windy, the team
with the wind at its back was at a great advantage. The Mount scored in
the first period on a run by Frank Perdorrio After the exchange of goals
at the end of the first quarter, Edison scored on a pass. Toward the end of
the third period the hardechaiging attack of iirii Gallagher brought us
across on a plunge from the three yard line. The garne ended in the Mounts
W FABBELL B. MCGBATH F. McLAUGHLlN W, KOLMMI . MILLER E. CARR'Wl.l. l.G1'XLl.AGliER
The next game saw the Mount take a victory from its perennial rivals,
Fordham Prep. The Maroon team proved a great surprise to our boys, and
the game developed into the hardest tussle of the season. Victory came
on a thirty yard pass from Steve Murphy to Bill Sheridan, in the third
quarter. The final score was F3-O. Bill Kolman starred on the defense for
the Gold and Blue.
Much speculation and some uneasy anticipation had been devoted to
the forthcoming game with Xavier H. S. Unless Chimento could be stopped,
we would probably pay with the penalty of defeat. So the slogan became
l'Stop Chimenton. f-low this was done, and what a stunning victory resulted
is one of the brightest spots in the l937 fall record. lt was one of those days
when everything seemed to click brilliantly. Bob Bryan scored in the first
quarter on a reverse behind masterful interference, from the visitors' forty--
yard stripe. Perdomo scored on an end run in the second period. Bryan
repeated in the fourth period on an off-tackle drive.
Saunders Trades School from Yonkers were the next opponents met
on our home grounds. The Gold and Blue was entirely too much for the
visitors and we won our fourth consecutive victory, 19-U. Bob Bryan again
led the offensive for the Mount and scored twice. lim McCauley played
an outstanding defensive game.
And then came the Annual Turkey Day Classic with All Hallows to
close the l937 season. ln a bitterly-contested, grueling contest staged on
an exceedingly muddy field, the home boys tasted the bitterness of defeat.
The game was a seesaw affair during the whole first half, with the Mount
slightly in the position of favorite. Our boys lost an early chance to score
on a fumble over the goal line, thus losing the ball to the visitors. Twice
more during that first half we stood within scoring range of the big G stripe
but both times failed to capitalize on our advantage. All I-lallows came
from the dressing room to start the second half with renewed inspiration.
Their tactics, offensive and defensive, showed wonderful improvement.
This fighting spirit finally brought them the only score of the game in the
last quarter. A short completed pass was carried the thirty yards needed
to put it over the goal line. The visitors converted the extra point and the
game ended shortly afterwards with the score, 7-U.
R KURTH W. KLINKE I. WALSH D. FINN E. MULDOON W. RUCKERT I CLlNCH
The captain of the l937 team symbolized the unguenchable fighting
spirit which characterized the whole group throughout the season. lim
McCauley, right guard, 150 pounds, honored with a position on the New
York City All-Scholastic Team, was this inspiring leader who guided the
aestinies of our past season. lflac was in there on every play and threatened
disaster to any opponents who failed to take him into account because
of his small stature, blond hair, and mild blue eyes. Some coaches found
this out before the game and they put two men on Mac, others found it
out only after they got over the effects of the beating their team had suffered.
When the matter of choosing Mac's successor was put up to the boys,
they selected as fine a captain for l938 as could have been found on the
squad. Bill Kolman has filled a big hole at left guard for the past two
seasons. A splendid blocker, offensively, he becomes an immovable block
when it comes to resisting the onslaughts of the opposition.
lack Miller, at Center, has all the qualifications of a good pivotman.
lack is tall, rangy, and possessed of the power to diagnose the plays of
the opposing team. His ability to reach up and knock down passes intended
for rival receivers makes him an indispensable element in backing up the
line. lack returns next year to round out his training in handling the pig-
skin. He should be a great asset to the l938 squad.
Left tackle Dave Finn was the bulwark of the lVlount's defense. Big
Dave could be seen crashing through the enemy line and spilling the
opposing backs before they had even got under way. Our only regret is
that Dave is leaving us this year through graduation.
lim Conforti held down the right tackle position. Rugged and solid
as Gibralter, lim's dependability carried us over many a tough spot where
one less reliable might have let us down. lim will be back to fill his berth
on the l938 line-up.
Bill Sheridan, left end, held the unique position of being the Mounts
best punter as well as the nemesis of enemy backs. After Buck crashed
through the opposing interference the way was clear for a Mountaineer
to come through and spill the enemy runner. On fourth down, Buck would
drop back and boot the ball deep down into the opponents' territory. The
team will lose a good man when Sheridans place has to be filled, next
CIPOLABO T CROWLEY A. HELBOCK R. KERRIGAN F. PEBDOMO S. MURPHY l RAFTEBY
Rangy Dave Cronin played right end for the Mount. Dave's specialty
was pulling passes out of the blue and racing away for substantial gains.
A dependable defensive player, Cronin's loss will be sorely felt.
The quarterback post went to Bill Budershausen. Bill was a heady
field general and a wonderful blocker. His slight build made him the
victim of many injuries, but Bill was in there trying hard in every game.
He was ably replaced when necessary by Bob Scholl and jim Crowley.
The left halfback position was divided between Steve Murphy and
Frank Perdomo. "Slir1gin"' though only l45 pounds was an excellent player
offensively. His uncanny passing ability proved to be of great advantage
to the Mount. Frank Perdomo was a shifty broken field runner, and, once
beyond the line of scrimmage, he proved very elusive to enemy tacklers.
The fullback post gave the Mount hard defensive players, as well as
powerful line plungers. jim Gallagher earned the starting position at full-
back. Converted from a center, lim adapted himself very well to his new
location and only an early season injury which endured throughout the
rest of the schedule prevented him from being truly a great fullback.
Beynold Kurth alternated with Gallagher and his jarring tackles from the
back-up station were of great value to the team.
Bight halfback, ordinarily a blocking position, gave the Mount its
greatest ground gainers. Bob Bryan, a husky, well-built lad, led the team
in scoring. john Strachan, alternate for Bryan, was the speed merchant
of the team. Cipolaro, a third candidate for this position, was one of the
Many able substitutes were anxiously awaiting from the sidelines
the signal to jump in the fray: Frank McLaughlin and Bill Farrell at guard,
Gene Carroll, Bob McGrath and lim Walsh filling in at tackle, and Bill
Stevens at end, and Kerrigan and Celentano in the back field. lt is a long
time since so many squadmen could be counted among those return-
ing to the Mount for one or two more years. This should afford bright
prospects to Coach Howie Smith for next year.
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Scarcely had the tootball equipment been put away when the call for
Basketball candidates was issued. Facing the loss ot tour ot the starting
line-up from last years squad, Coach Smith built around Captain Paul
Auster, the only regular trom last season, a last, light team, but one which
was inexperienced, and, as luck would have it, one which was dogged by
injuries throughout the season.
The Alumni, as in past years, was our first adversary. The former
Gold and Blue stars sported a strong team, but the brilliant work ol the
Varsity enabled them to lead by 20 points as the third period ended. ln
the tinal session, the ex-Mountaineers rallied, But the margin was too
great and they bowed 3427.
St. loseph was our next opponent. Without the aid ot Kurth and Steve
Murphy we lacked drive and tight. We dropped that one by a 30-25
aecision. Westchester County was the scene ot our next encounter as we
traveled to Eastchester High School only to absorb a 24-l5 deteat in a
slow and uninteresting ball game.
ln a tirst Cl-l.S.A.A. engagement we outdid ourselves endeavoring
to break an apparent Fordham Prep monopoly over us but only succeeded
in holding up the short end of a 3327 reckoning. And yet, two minutes
before the tinal whistle, the score had been tied at 26. VVhite and l!lcGovern
paced the Hamlets to a well-earned victory while lack Miller led the Cold
and Blue as we dropped our seventh straight to the Prepsters.
Determined to again break into the winning column, we moved in
on All Hallows and wound up a beautiful contest by emerging victors in
a 2l-l8 count, and chalking up our tirst league victory. Drake Prep was
our next scheduled opposition but was unable to keep the date. The
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Sdcred Hedrt Holy ..dr:.e Sligo filled in grid Wds outdone 3224 cis ldclc
Tfiiller dgdin set the pcxce witii lil irzdrkers.
ln our third ledoue fidzne we encountered lfldnhdttdn Prep in tlie most
xensdticndl gdiiie of the sedson, lt took two overtiizie periods to determine
tlie winner. Bdrney lqCISSGfi brought the dftrdy to d sudden dedth conclusion
by sinking d onefhgnded pivot shot lor the Fcrspers trorn dn oppdrently
impossible dngle. Dondidscri ond Miller stdrred for the ffount, but l-ldssett
cldiitied individual scoring honors.
Lost yedrs division winner, lond Prep, CUILC to the Hilltop dnd dropped
the me lil-l7. ln tlge idsi few :minutes of pldy the visitcrs put on high
pressure ond cut down d hoxre lecid ot ten points to on uricoriitortdloly
close iiidrgin oi two.
Ciiciiiipicns were on our cord dll sedsori Sounders Trgdes School,
Westchester County pdce setters of the post sedson, were next entertdined
it tiie Gold dnd Blue court, ln fIITC'll1CY hdttle, much too close to be enf
ioydlole, the ffount triktriplied dfter frdjirig the entire gdnie, 2423. Much
ol the credit for this victory' goes to Pdul Auster Whose fighting spirit
directed the dttdck dll the i.VQ"A.'.
Tiidt pudding ri':oirj.' spoke if list seoson his biossoired forth ond
-Tt'K1lI'l Fdison Tech of Tfoigzit Vernon visited our logiliwiclc only to tind tlidt
Auster ond COIf'.fICfl 'A.' were decidedlr' on' in the ldst few znoziients,
'dllyind eight points to l'lf'3'Jk d 2222 tie, drid forging dheod to win 3123.
Steve lflurphy, returning io the frog' ofter weeks of dbsence, did himself
'iistice with twelve points to doztiindte the scoring colurnn.
Our dncient Rivdis of 73111 Street were visited by d deterzriined soudd
dl white cldd pldyers dnd the hedt ot the bottle is still telt. St. Anns, cm
ffii-if-l2YGC1lilITQ, 9CglG-9':'QCl tedry. needed dll their fdculties to eke out d
QSQQ win iri the idst few seconds. Perdorio ond Auster tdilied treely. The
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T. LAVIN I. KELLY R. DE SANTIS W. HEROLD T. CARRAHER
pace was terrific and both squads were justified in either victory or defeat.
Our early league victims, All l-lallows, avenged the defeat handed
them on their court by taking measure of the Mount in another very close
game in which Sl personal fouls were called. McGregor's last second basket
earned the visitors the victory.
With the Saints playing a l9-l7 game on their own court against Iona,
the fans anxiously awaited the outcome of their meeting in New Rochelle.
The Gold and Blue led 28-13 at the half and rolled up a record score for
the past four seasons by trouncing the home squad 48-Sl. Miller and
Donaldson rang up l3 and l-4 points respectively as we again swept over
the league winners of last year.
The Eagles from Eastchester received a surprise when a revived Mount
sauad handed them a 35-27 defeat. We led all the way tallying eight
points before the astonished visitors could even score.
Tension ran high the day of the final Fordham Prep encounter. Defeated
repeatedly in previous seasons, with a loss chalked up against them in
the current series, the Mountaineers made the trip to the Rams haunts
under rather silent apprehensions. But silence changed to loud cheers
as a 2U-l5 victory broke the Hamlet "Iinx". lack Miller led the attack with
lubilant at their victory over the Maroon, the squad traveled to Yonkers
where they downed the Saunders Trades School for the second time, coming
from behind to again win by a 26-22 score.
Perhaps it was Worry, perhaps overconfidencegwho will tell? But
the awakening was most sudden and certainly not pleasant. We journeyed
tc the lasper gym and saw ourselves swept off our feet by a Whirlwind
attack which had us l3-2 in the opening quarter. The following stanzas
were no more encouraging and we were finally let down with a sound
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trouncing 3322 Again Hassett dia prcdig1es w1th the leathered sphere
and ran up lil points to his credit.
Some one had to suffer the rebcund from the lfanhattari setback
and who should be around Just then but St. Ann s. They were sent back
home on the losing side ot a 3l-25 affair.
But woe was still trailing in cur wake. With the confidence inspired
by an earlier victory, we Qnvaded the Edison Tech hunting grounds and
met with a 2C-l7 reversal to end a season which, on the whole, might be
considered auite successful.
Two post season encounters had been arranged. ln the first we made
the acquaintance of the Wliite Plains High School Baslceteers, Vlfestchester
County League Champions, on the opening game of the County lnvitation
Games. Let us state the score and refrain from superfluous comments.
A very big teain made us look most diminutive at the end of a 3543 score
On the following Saturday we definitely' closed the season by a trek
to Cornwallfonfrludson where we met the New York fflilitary Acadeniy
players and outclassed thezn 35fl7. Tiller and Donaldson again did therrif
selves nobly by their high scores.
As a result of his steady play and sasan scoring honors Tfliller has
earned for himself the berth of Captain-elect for next season, succeeding
Paul Auster who graduates in lune.
Meanwhile our lunicr Varsity was going places by winning li games
in an l8 game schedule and coming out of the Cl-l.S.A.A. series with
a perfect record of 8 wins in 8 starts. Apparently there is plenty cf material
coming up to replace the very few regulars who are leaving us this func
Even more successful acfneyerrients are presurnably in the cards for the Gold
and Blue auintet of the lQ3S-l939 season Well heres luckl
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W. SI-IERIDAN R. SCHOLL P. AUSTER T. DAILLY D. CRONIN
It is with special gratification and pride that we extol the valorous
deeds of the baseball team of l937. Hardly so much could have been expected
from a squad decimated by graduation and rich only in the few veterans
that remained, the coaching of Howie Smith, and the enthusiastic confidence
of hopeful aspirants. How Mr. Smith whole-heartedly gave of his time,
talent, and baseball lore in order to put on the field an aggregation worthy
of Mount St. Michael traditions and the generous patronage of the student
body is now history. How that team, despite inexperience and a forbidding
schedule, justified Howie's efforts by blasting the opposition, wiping out
bitter memories of past defeats, earning the respect and fear of all adver-
saries, and wresting the Cl-l.S.A.A. for our division we all know. Certainly
the memories of those who assiduously followed the destinies of the team
of l937 need not the stimulation of our reminiscent pen. However, we
cannot in justice let their record go unsung and never be recalled by those
whose memories fade with time, as well as by those who could not, or cared
not, to follow the progress of one of the best Gold and Blue baseball nines.
'len victories, one tie, in fifteen games! A banner season indeed! How can
the unemotional pen render it justice?
V. COSTABILE H. KENNY I. MILLER W. MCENTIRE I. SCHMITT
As the nine took to the field for the first game in mid-April, the infield
from left to right was Kenny, Ahern, Scholl, and Miller. The outfield, in
the same order, read Sheridan, Murphy, and Sullivan. "Tony" Grella
caught for a pitching staff that included foe Harvey, Al Sabella, Paul Auster,
and l'Red" McEntire. Cronin and Schmitt were the substitutes that rounded
out a well-balanced outfit.
A harbinger of what success was to follow was that first game. Very
auspiciously the Mount defeated Edison Tech in a good ball game, 4-U.
Mclfntire pitched splendidly all the way while Miller dominated the attack.
foe Harvey hurled superbly to down A, B. Davis High School in the
next contest, l-U. The score is clear indication of the pitchers' duel that
it was, The Mountaineers converted their four hits into the winning tally.
Manhattan Prep, although outhit 4-8, administered the first setback
to the Gold and Blue, 7-3. Six errors behind him nullified Al Sabella's
fine pitching efforts as the Prepsters capitalized on every opportunity. Kenny
garnered two hits to no avail.
Recovering swiftly, the Mount wreaked vengeance on All Hallows, 2-l.
Harvey bore down in the pinches and a last minute rally spelled defeat
for the Institute and victory for the Academy.
A powerful Pelham nine avenged a stunning football defeat by out-
classing us, 7-4, 'lTony" Grella smote a mighty home run on a wind-swept
field while the winners, somehow, translated their two hits into seven
runs and victory.
With five home games played, the Mountaineers traveled to New
Rochelle to encounter Iona Prep in a league game. When the shouting
was over the Mount had again prevailed, 5-l. Harvey allowed but one
hit as Sheridan and Scholl garnered two hits each to help win.
Our team then returned to more familiar haunts to tangle with our
classic rival, Fordham Prep. The home forces finally Won out, 8-7. "Buck"
Sheridan's last inning single drove in the deciding margin.
lubilant at its success, the team steam-rollered over St. Ann's, lU-3.
Sabella and McEntire pitched masterfully, and Millers four singles paced a
Still playing at home, we met and vanquished the Bronxville team,
ll-3. Paul Auster, making his debut after a severe illness, fanned eleven
and yielded five hits. A Mount eight-run rally in the sixth clinched an
otherwise close game.
Next came the most glorious victory of the season. We visited Fordham
and played the High School. A better verb would be "OverWhelmed".
The score was 23-3 in our favor. What sad memories of past humiliating
defeats from the Ramkins does not that score eraselll Sixteen hits in all:
three each for lack Miller and Charlie Ahern, two doubles for Kennyl Two
hits from Fordham Prep from the offerings of Harvey and McEntire.
Gathering momentum, experience, finesse and ability with each game,
we next blasted Manhattan Prep on their field, l3-O, a startling reverse
of a former defeat. ln every department our boys excelled, Fifteen hits
were amassed, including homers by Ahern and Grella. Harvey loosened up
one lone single in a splendid exhibition of pitching.
Alas, the roseate situation was again shattered by our nemesis, Pelham,
for, playing at home, they eked out a 5-5 decision in an extra-inning game.
I :gc Nizltllt-t'igl'!
Pelham pounded out ten hits but was extended to the limit to pull out the
victor in the ninth inning. This loss broke our winning streak at six.
Nothing daunted, our lads proceeded to inflict an Sell defeat on lona
Prep. lt was the team's fourth shutout and Harvey's third. Gre-lla and
Kenny led the offense while loe allowed but two singles to the bewildered
opposition. This win gave the Mount first place in the Bronx-Westchester
division of the C.H.S.A.A., since the final league game with All Hallows
ended, peculiarly enough, in a 7-7 tie. ln this game the slugging of Miller,
Sheridan, Scholl, Grella, and Sullivan featured while McEntire, Auster and
Sabella shared in the mound duty.
All waited with bated breath until lune the fourth when we were to
meet Power Memorial High School, winner of the Manhattan division of the
league. The game was played on Dyckman Oval and both schools turned
out en masse for the struggle. loe Harvey was our mound nominee while
Power sent in big Tommy Gorman, who since has had a tryout with the
New York Giants. He well merited such an honor for he checked the Gold
and Blue forces with one hit-Sullivan's double-and won his own game
with or prodigious homer in the second inning. The score was 4-2. A
double, three walks, and an error gave us our only tallies in the third inning.
We could close with a eulogy of the team and the coach. But that
would be bringing coals to Newcastle. Their deeds have spoken already,
spoken more convincingly and emphatically than any mere words we
could write. All through the season the team played with courage, ability
At this belated writing, the 1938 nine is ready to take the field. Pros-
pects are very bright but the glorious precedent set in l937 can hardly
be outdone. Graduation has eliminated Harvey, Ahern, Sabella, Sullivan,
Grella, and Murphy. With the survivors: Miller, Scholl, Auster, Kenny,
Sheridan, Cronin, McEntire and Schmidt, as a nucleus, I-lowie is building
up a new aggregation which, we feel sure, will live up to Mount St. Michael
traditions. The student body and the faculty certainly reposes the fullest con-
fidence in Mr. Smiths ability and in the loyalty of the players.
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With the return of spring, the devotees of the cinder path and of the
sawdust pits reawaken to new and higher ambitions to outdo the achieve-
ments of last season. Only time can tell whether these high aspirations
will be realized, whether this year's squad can better or even equal the
splendid record set by the track team of l937. A brief review of last year's
accomplishments will help us appreciate what efforts will be needed to
even equal this brilliant performance.
ln the opening meet with a strong De La Salle sguad, the Gold and
Blue speedsters carried the honors of the day by the narrow margin of one
point. The outstanding performer for that meet was Walter Beggin who
scored l8 points, winning the lunior 220, the lunior broad jump, the Senior
broad jump, and placing second in the Senior l00. William and lohn
Strachan finished first and second respectively in the lunior l00. Daniel
Henry showed up very well in the high jump, and Harold Piazza did some
valuable scoring in the midget events.
ln the Bronx-Westchester C.H.S.A,lX, contest at Manhattan, the Hill-
toppers captured the luniorfliftidget trophy and placed second in the Senior
division. The two Strachan: and lohn Mularliey took first, second, and
fourth in the lunior l00g Beggin walked away with the lunior 220 and the
lunior broad jump, Walter Kyte showed the way around the 880 and Dan
Henry repeated in the high jump. Beggin led the scoring for the Mount
with l3 points. Every relay team placed for medals. The luniors lRichen,
Finn, Littleiiield, and O'Rourl-:el placed first, the Midgets fPiazzo, Clancy,
Derrenbacher and Parsonsj took second place, the Seniors lRiley, Lynch,
Kraeck, and Kowall came in third place.
ln the next meet the Mount scored
a decisive victory over Power Memor-
ial High School, winning by a margin
of 60 points, The outstanding perform-
ers for the meet were Beggin, William
Strachan, Kyte, Henry, O'Rourke,
Piazza, Littlefield, McDonnell, Derren-
bacher and Parsons.
ln ensuing meets the Mount defeated
a number of longfstanding rivals by
very one-sided scores. Forham Prep
was taken over l2943O. lona was en-
tirely outclassed ll6A29. St, Ann's
fared no better as they took the short
end of a ll8lf2 to 4Ulf2. A lone defeat
of the l936 season was amply aveng-
ed when the All Hallows tracksters
were held to defeat by a score of
83lf2 to 66lf2. This last meet proved
to be one of the few interesting con-
tests of the l938 season.
At the city wide encounter of the
C,H.S.A.A. which was held in Brook-
lyn, the lunior-Midget squad again
captured first place and added an-
other trophy to their ever growing
collection. The old reliables, Beggin,
the Strachans and Henry, helped
materially in this victory as shown by
their scores in the final reckoning.
Others who contributed their share to
the victory were Derrenbacher, Piazza,
and lohn Raftery,
fnvited to participate in the West-
chester Relays, we gave a mighty
good account of ourselves and came
back with 5 medals as our part of
the spoils for the day's fun.
Hence do we feel justified in stating
that any Mount track team out to beat
this record will have to go in for some
real competition. Of course with the
everegrowing registration at tlie Mount
and the consequent increase in the
number of students out for track, we
i.1ay look forward to a very brilliant
future for the Gold and Blue trackmen.
A word concerning a few individf
is P f'
'Joi records before we pas: on Wotter Beggtrt, who BLUE earned the hohor
ot being elected Cotptorrt ot this yeorfs teorrzt, saeored weh over' cr thmdred
points dhrthfg ldfst Sedsort. tt-,uotd Pioxro, cr tIOi1t1It1CII't, wma :aeewhd ht the
horior Cfjttltlllt wtth 75 Dlltlltfi With three more yeorrg of er':x1ttet1tLort he
should breolc dit prewtohf: reeordfg.
This yedr S season ids gtrrat begun os this report goes to FXGJSS, Att ore
omxtoustg' dvsdttlng the opertthgg hteet. The irst toste of COY!.t'I6tttlCY1 wht
eoriie with the Penn Hetoyss, Coptotn Wotter Beqoirt looks torwdrd to G
Victory tttfa retdy portnerfs, the two Strotihftrtfa rmd tittteietd, wth eertertrity'
dive their beset to reeztize thtrs hope.
Lei 'tra ire out to the pttr, ond See the r,fo',':1 IT piijxeitef Yel thot:
Coetdtri Bezqgti getting oft to rt ttytng utort. trait yeor he dtd the 22? iii
23.2 seeehdfg, He expects to better thot Illilfk this yeor. Tllllt fettow over
there is Bttt Stroreho, the WU yord kind, ortd the youngster with the btw
tertitte :if-'1:Efy, ts his brother Iohrt. Thot hrird drztfzrtar Sgjrphter ef'::.i'1t CU:
Worx' Vpzg rid LLff19f1Ctil. Vtwtfllt? two hufgkte: l.eQ1'.'1r1"1 il 1 ,gd :Lit
die f rr,t. 'v'v'f'1Q:f' izxd T.7tlF2CtCf3 Cohfertt. Cver ht the pole ', gh' we
hdve Dori Henry did tee Htehert, ond turtiier, t.f1,b'SftI'1Qf tr. the 1. V
,llhipirtfg pri ore Kelly otrtd Benson.
Let: ' fe the f'3t5Q1ttlIL'l yptt, 'theyre ttitdtrzfz t1::.e trlxxl Nl. ee
'utters -ew f lI.1 12. '1 'ff " tint we yi 27' 1 :Qi 5
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vtvlvfflliil ' "Ute Tlfzt win Ftflfl who wort Afeljfaf t f 'F
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You might tliink theres a pot of gold at the finish, judging from the way
he's going. Thats Meenagh who is leading in the 440 and Kraeck is a
close second. Have you noticed that group of diminutive youngsters at
the end of the straightaway. Small, aren't they? No wonder. They're
the midget division. My, can they run, Clancy took that one, but Coupe
was a close second.
There's Brother Paul Wilfrid. Let's ask him a few questions. No. No
dope today, not even for the Annual reporter. lt's too bad, we would
have appreciated his private opinion of the team's ability. Well, now,
We'll have to wait for the first meet and find out for ourselves. Of course,
you'll be there to see the boys perform. So will l, you may be sure.
For the four years we have been at the Mount, the track team has
been our greatest pride. Where other teams failed, our track team came
through with honors. To whom does the school owe this credit? To you,
oh fellows of stout heart and long wind who have trained and trained on
the cinder path and in the pitsg to you, the student body, who have so
loyally followed the team and cheered every effort made to bring victory
to our school, to you, Brothers Michael and Wilfrid, who have given so
generously and patiently of your time to the tedious task of coaching the
boys' efforts, to you, the members of the faculty, for your constant support
and interest in all the activities of the school.
And with this kind of spirit, with this type of encouragement we may
certainly look forward to a not distant day when the Blue and Gold of
Mount St. Michael will dominate all others in the realm of scholastic
track in the city.
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