Mount St Michael Academy - Mountaineer Yearbook (Bronx, NY)

 - Class of 1939

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Freshman year that formal lookmg card statme Mount St Mlchael wlll rcsume gosh how strange lt seemed faces were SCFIOUS even .lohnny Lembach s grln vamshed when we had our first taste of Algebra twas lhr ll VIHYIIC Crean began tl1e four vc a1 h 1ttle wlth the malevolent forces of Inc, have mr Pete F0111 and h1s 91 vdual tvery gladuall 111aste1y of llPl1tll Nea IJOIHII and l11s futrle efforts on the crumb apple ple supply Dermy Perdlsatt c t1bl1shed frlendly relat1o11s vv 1th the area around second base 1 A s avcrages 1 msed oh s and ah s Blll Roemer began hls dally hlke from the prlmev al fast ncsscs of Woodlawn Zeke Llttleheld pounded the cmders wlth vnn and ylgor lxolman started to splll em or1 the 0'I'lCllI'OIl Ray Vorst lard the basls of thc IHHQIIC spell he holds over the Brothers they ve been helpless ever s111ce lohnny Cahlll recrted the desperate adventure of a summer 111 Rockaway JIIHIIIS f rowe s curls caused Wakefield '1I'lS to turn green wlth envy 'Nrcknames dont ask them how they got them James 'Vlonroe TJCCHITIC Goat CllI'1Sll3IlQOll Smoky Martm Tom Lemhan was the Worm Walter Malone was shortened to Goon as for 1n1t1als there w as l' Y for Doherty JJ Ga 1111 Muldoon became B10 Ed Second Year ,,ett111 old Plane Geometry stared us lll tl1e face Dornhoefer knocked Ol Man Math for a loop Pat Belrne s four year scholastlc ru ll was ln full QWID' ,lun Gallagher spouted dlSClISSl0IlQ on evc rythm av a1l me Jlm Ghnch marched Into lrench ll ElCC01Tlp3Hl8d by the playels of all thosc wl1o knew any French the CVll weed reared tts ugly head for the hundredth tnne Tom Kraeck traced h1s ancestry to Lelf EFICSOII B111 lxearnev met hls first love HISIOTW Ghrlstlanson and Latin met head on I8 smoke from that coll1s1on hasnt cleared yet The bodallty a sacred memory the devoted serv xces of Father Tapm those cold lHOI'IllI1' s when we w1sl1ed we had stood ln bed and were lad Hllell wt reached the warmth of the school our class took a part 111 tl1e n1ajor advances tlon of tht Lhapel Joe l'r1cy and .llm Cregzln hurry lnff to tht ne lrcst coffee pot 1 tml fl s the 'Vlay dCX0ll0IlQ whcn thc whole school san, the p1 uses of tl1e1r lllc ssed lVlother Thllfl yclr the young, ladles became a major subject a roar111 IIUINC from 1 Hlll 1ll p 1clc1,c w 19 dlscovexed to be Joe Feore the capltall ts lN,'lll to v s the Birney Oldflelds were McNamara Sweeney, Mlke a11cl Tom YW llsll and John Nally lhck lylllll also took a whlrl at the auto 111dust1y Duck' theres Barnett and Kayser wagmg a tenms battle roy al bansert, Cousm and Clerkm roamed the ca111pus lll search of somethmf prcfer 1hlv 1111s rlnef John Massey lookm very solemn but belylnc, hrs looks Fourth Year sports we played an actlve part SCllIllll.t Costablle and Mcl'11t1re burmnv em lll ,lack Mlller outstandlnff all around Walter klmke The Hopper 11111 Walsh and Gene Carroll o11 the l1ne tl1e Boardel Boys ,loe Hor an defendlnff Brooklyn Warren Murphy and Gene Snnth Ned Hennessey relatlnff son1e extraordlnarv anecdote the Prom Pete Hlclccy and Lawler, the Lat111 class radlcals B111 Ruckert assaults the fe1111n111e hc art of America watch out, fellows here comes Doherty takln anothc r collec t1on The Gym Team Andy 'Vlurphy defylng gravlty 'llalone the 1 1ptan1 Sharpe struttmfr hrs stuff on the parallels Johnny Derrenbacher 1 steady performer lll gym a11d track the Semor Play H 1rnev our stron 1 srlent man of the handball courts John Mularkey also spe11t llllltll t1111e III the courts the realwatlon that the days are slowly sl1pp111 lv graduahon l1ere we ll always stlck to,ether good bye A . . 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Caows Treasurer Secretary ROBERT JOSEPH BARNETT FRANCIG JOSEPH BILIRINIL allty 1 2 3 Leg.lon of Honor 2 Tenms 2 3 4 Tenms Captam 4 Track 3 4 Handball Medal 2 Img Pong, 'Nledal 2 lntercla Ba ketball RICHARD ANTHONY BOURKL S alltyl 2 3 4 Nlountameer Staff 4 Senior Play 4 Glee Llub 4 flleerleader 2 3 4 50 Bllly 1 2 3 4 General Excellence 2 3 Le lon of Honor 1 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 'tlountameer Staff 4 Tower Staff 4 Senior Play 4 1 ilass Pre ldent 1 lntercla s Football 2 3 4 benlor Treasurer Basketball 2 3 Tennl 3 4 Robert joseph Barnett Bob IS a younf' man wlth techmque hls alr of mjured lnnocence lred teachers not for lon, whlmsleal Crm removed all traces of Brothers anher always thus strollm through corrldors or drum, hls styllsh Bulck evldently posse ses that certam somethln tennls and track adept studles before all Francns joseph Benrne Dependalnllty plus scholarshlp that s Pat collector of first place scholastlc awards for four years also lnterested ln extra currlcular events a perfect Mabee m Seven Keys stalwart upholder of The Tower basketball and hand ball as antldotes to avolrdupols fiery red halr an 1IldlL8ll0D of character stronc determmatton to come out on top Richard Anthony Bourke Bourke unfa1l1n,. plcture of Demallty broad Celtlc face forever creased wlth a smlle wnttlclsms were bane of teachers joy of classmates took studles ruth easy strlde same as all problems lowalty to Mount demonstrated ln hls cheerleadlng wlld arm movements would have rung cheers from a stone rumor reports him a severe heartache ln Wakefield femlnlne circles keep cheer mg Dlckl f bod , , ,4 d ' , , , .Od , ,,. v , A I a Q 2 V M ' s 1 a 9 ' 7 7 ,. vi . ss s f s' S 5 7 , 5 1 H ,,. 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V ,1 - JOHN MICHAEL BLCKLEY WILLIAM JosLPH BLLQER JOHN JosLPH CAHILL bocallty Z 3 4 Yodallty 2 3 4- 50 allty 1 2 3 4 Dra natlcs 4 blee Club 4 Football '3 4 Basketb1llJ V 2 Base-ball J V 2 john Michael Buckley Buck Mr Hal Bentley to our play Doers calm assurance reatest asset maths ,ot hun Latm llkewlse a stone of stumbllnb retlred sort tennls only extra currlcular actlvlty future plans unknown probably wlll 10111 the workm class H ures to Ham wealth early then retlre to hfe of ease Soclal Securlty Plan posslbly not such a bad ldea Wtlllam joseph Bulger organlzed Glee Club not athletlcally l!lCllIlCd lent support at football and basketball ,ames collectlnv admlsslons wlth grit and real determmatlon studles no handlcap how about maths? next slon post on road to fame reads Manhattan Collece unfalllng humor should o well ln home of Kelly Greens john joseph Cahnll Johnny Far Rockaway to Bronx four years a boarder fun lovln wlth serlous wem when need be an attractlve character most respected ln Senlor C ass reat football prospect frustrated by lnjurles hlt of Boarders lN1,.ht accomphshed at mlmlcry not 1 Brother he can t lmltate plague of uncompltm, roommates herv lovable assured of success l f3l".',, ' ,, -fd",,, 1 , , ., 55 77 -' 'U 1 ' 0 0 I c u 7 H. Us 1 a a 4 1 . '. g .....g Q' ' ' ...on '4Smiling Bill" is a nickname that stuck. . . "Lawrence Tibbettw of our newly U ' . l. . . H . . . .I M . . ,, - U C -. . . ' . . . 5, k. I u 1 n 1 0 I c U 44 U ea - - U , ' as Y 93 46 77 ' I , . , - U - l . l 1 J c ' . - u u 9 Af ' . l-...g --... 4' ' ,. ., . . . , . . U . . . ' ' - ' . . . i . . . . 'D ly so l u 4 n n .u u Q yn s. J l ' ... - ,f I Asn, Q . l FUCFNE PATRICK CARROLL Tnowus JOSILPH CAULFIELIJ PETLR PHILIP CFRUSSI S calltyl 2 3 4 'lrack 3 4 Le Ion of Honor 3 Class Ofhcer 2 ltootball 3 4 Track 3 4 Freshman Baseball Eugene Patrzck Carroll Gene one of our stalwart tackles of past football seasons llk6YVlSC a rellable trackman no hobbles no deftmte future plans as commumcatlve as the Sphlnx a blographers headache ambltlons llfe of traxel Hawau one objectlves probably san B8t1C,lCOlllb8l VNlSll we could accompany Gene telephone twenty years hence Hello, Mr Carroll would you care to sell your mlllxon shares of Market far above par Thomas joseph Caulfneld 'lom class authorlty on hots to evade questtons seyeral phases to pro medure refflster resentment surprlse besulderment attempt to phrase durm the at least l thmk he dld and a look of xery deeply hurt feelmvs at teachers smlle charter member of Saturday mornlnv SOCl3l cherlshes dream of Inherltlnv a fortune or marrymv an helress Peter Phnllp Cerussl Rooster dexotee of aeronautus spends spare trme at thls pursult e for av1at1on as a callmg suenee best subject French causes hIm most sorrow sport Interest IS track future colleffe unknown and uncertam perslstent tenaclous metlculous no detall too small to work out mo to lf you dont succeed at first trv trv affaln Lmdberffh and Huvhes, beware' happv landmgs Col ' , ' - , ll'- W . , , ., Gi 97 ' ' ' V . 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ARTHUR WILLIANI CHR1sT1A1xsoN CORNLLILS FRAN IS KLL11 1 Eur LNL JANIILS CLI-1RIxIN Sodalny 1 2 Sodallty 2 3 4 S callty 1 2 5 4- lnterclass Football 2 5 Honor Roll 2 3 4- Boo ter Award 5 lnterclass Basketball 1 Dramat1cs 4 Track 4 Tower Staff 4- Fym Team Vlana er Arthur Wnllnam Chrlstlanson Chrlstmas cheery dls JOQIIIOII earned h11n many fI'l6Ildi also lIlflULCd many l a l1ft alon lNere1d trek subtle wlt 111 classroom affected many a teachers blood ressure could wrestle knowsledve out of books when mood was on P llll e11erally antaffonlstlc to effort a reflex of all stout H1611 1s1nn1nU personallty n1ay h1s jocose nature lead to world conquest Cornellus Francls Cleary deyotee of handball ram, sh1ne eyen snow 1nterested but not outsta11d me IH other sports has an endearlnv loye for l11s plpe Caresses and fondles It Class prattle But Brother, the book says so blessed vuth host of fr1ends future projects han our fondest 1s1shes are h1s Eugene james Clerkm lf only Mount bt Whchael had a sw1mm1nU pool Genes futlle lan1ent for four years reported an expert natator hls room resembles museum of smm 111111 medals and aquat1c curlos dlvmfled son1e say shy commandmff manly exter1or tone pleasantly easy and dl'3YSlHlU a slwht touch of Sunny bouth Hood student amlable companion sterlmg character ' - - - . ,- , . . 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U l l . s JAMES JOSEPH CLINCH THOMAS JOHN COLLINS JR JAMES ANTHONY CONFORTI S alltyl 2 3 4 Sodallty 2 3 4 Sodallty 3 4 Dramatlcs 4 General Excellence 1 2 Mountaineer qtaff 4 llebatmg 4 Dramatlcs 4 Football 3 4 llno ter Award 3 flass President 1 2 3 lrack 3 4 Football Manager Class VICE Pre :dent 4 Track l 4 lnterclass Football 2 3 lnterrlas l'ootball1 2 3 Basketball J V 2 lntercla s Ba ketball 1 2 Baseball J V 1 james joseph Clinch Jlm IS a master of conxersatlonal art ready to d1SCUSS any toplc of worldly affalrs qulte good at It too never one to condemn a fellow generally ready to pralse others to sky h1s Hello always brlbht and cheery unaffected bs rx eather or French mark the most abused man ln town never admltted he Thomas john Collins jr Tom hun type of ada e Sllence IS gold yet words of wlsdom ever ready on occaslon but eloquence IS no requlslte of sport world fluent vocabularles do not brmff ln runs or conunce umplres Tom quletly and sllently wxelded the wlllou stlck most efficlently excelled ln Studles a real gentleman falthful Mountameer james Anthony Confortl Whether ln the classroom or On the Urldlron, Jlm was the model of those around lm his football prowess never affected hrs hat slze a more modest fellow could hardlv be found conduct IS such as to warrant admlratlon of student body and facults was always near the top ln hls classes could be relled on to support exerythmc sponsored by the school Wnll be a Cfedlt to Notre Dame K t 1 , . -Od . , , , , , I , 3 , e I . 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U 0 I I D ' I heros VIICHAEL COSTABILE Eowmo JOSEPH CoLs1N Vuwcsxr ANDRLW CREAN Smahty 2 3 4 S al lv 2 3 4 any 1 lla s Officer 1 Z T nnl 5 4 Dramatic 4 Baseball 3 4 lntcrca s Football 3 4 eball ,I X lnterclass Football 4 Victor Michael Costablle The lnlmltable VIC U est bluffer of Senlor class hlstorw teacher s trlbula t1on propounder of Utoplan theorles quxte a marwel to hsteners most popular 1s scholastlc labor saun scheme pal of Bob Barnett could tutor Dlzzy Deane despalr of baseball opposltlon batters lnfectlous smlle breaks out when least expected partly accounts for hrs many frlends Edwa rd joseph Cousm Bla, tall, lanky Ed blond blue eyed, generously freckled a wltty punster spare moments 0CCllplCCl rn pranks and fun maklng steady, normal student just as steady and earnest on tennls court mows em down w1th powerful drne popular amon classmates for h1s cheerfulness another of the Barnett St Co comblne warnm he who lauohs last, laughs best Vmcent Andrew Crean Reco nlzable blocks away by hls galt the Crean shuffle resldes w1th1n stone s throw of school yet uses car frequentlv wlthout llcense, of course you ll Get cauvht some day another trade mark Where dld you get those socks? best Frldax afternoon coaxer for that extra POIHK HSSICIUOUQ attache of dance ha well known ln neighborhood glrls schools beware woman IS w1ly I . . v ' Y N- - , , .' l ' , , foil' ii , , f'ml'l' Q , 2, 3, 4 1 ss ' , ' Q' 's ', ' ' ' s . 1' I ...SJ fi Bas . 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JAMES JosEPH CPEGIN JAMES MICHAEL CROWE MICHAEL JOSEPH CROWLEY 901 alrty 1 2 3 4 Sodalltyl 2 3 4 S0 alltyl 2 3 4 Ceneral Fxcellence 1 3 Cym Team 4 'VIounta1neer Staff 4 Tower Staff 4 Debatmg 4 Class Presxdent 2 Llass V1cePres1dent 1 Class Secretary 4 Baseball .l V 2 Basketball J V 2 james joseph Cregln Sunny Jllll a sure antldote for the blues Latln teacher s pet butt for jokes asplres to be one of New York s finest maklng studlous preparatlon for that calllng and gets good marks too theme sonv Aw Dee Brother, I was only crony of the fun lovers success ln your vocatlon tnll then Watch for those klddles, Copper Jlm james Mnchael Crowe Scholarly Jlm one of the lht8lllDCI1tSl3 still doesnt lose the common touch lookmv forward to college provlded scholarshlp tests are r1 ht blond handsome true ladles man and plenty of pulchrntude llkable eas ,om Sleepy Jlm but nnnd keen llke a new blade baseball enthuslast southpaw Michael joseph Crowley Mlke sober countenance enllvened w1th twlnklln eyes sharp hram well read holds hls own IH classroom dlsarfreements probablv most ln terestmo conversatlonallst amon, ,raduates also has qulte a llne w1th the ladles believes ln four day week even for school endeay ors to llve up to prmclple member of Cym team '6Muscle Man Mlke should talk hlmself mto a llfe posltlon - l ' , , , ' . , , d ' , . , . 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' ' 7 Y, l 5 n U l c V . . 0 1 u 0 V D ,,a D g . mg- jomx PHILII IHRRI-xmtml: Rlrnamm XIHIANID Dr onus R smr lo I-III Dun x ldhty 2 5 cahty l 1 nl r ck Z 3 Xlountannur Stall' 5 1 vm Team 4 onor ll n frela o ld Dramnu 4 Dehatln 4 lla lxetlmll 4 thxll john Phnhp Derrenbacher Johnnx qulet Qerlous Sllldl0llQ pouebieml of '1 Illl Illlttfllh twmlxle neath hw raxe Jrow Qurprlslngls pleaeant cleep llowm sour llillilt of campermfr llIQI arrow hmsh me charter member of wm te rm moclcl member of So rllhtx lttltuoe to fellnlllll clexout and hellthx N Jn N p r w Id L xllllllllllll la Q mc lfld to the ,ll pu tl ILL tnt lt Richard Armand De Santas Who the httle fellow with the wan In rt w x t S 1 our lee Lwmox 1 1212 rum Fill' x reimonuc to tue roumms 6 llll v or J t r se h llltelll e harp wit cexolcl of nc 1 med to lu mtacre lll n llill LUIIIPOQIUOII Uoocl .athlete 112 fri htenecl mlm a rcffular of tht hoop Qquad to renewed efforts late x Sun oarm Qweetlx on tloucl of Romantic Xouth look forward to -Xnndpohe mtl IlllClClX hfe Robert joseph Dillon or le mln of the I'lClUZlllIl 1 .1 pm Le eaillx hlcle hehmd de lt tlurm orll I'CCll3I1OIl aflable l'1uf h abou ueri e Illllld mute 114 1t1 etlc 1lllXlllt' to um Lllthlllf durlnf themxetrx ex nuts to mike wel ht for u Illl et quit 1111- SJTIII Qtnll umler rcqulrtmentw wlll trln-fer lllS alle mm tm the lordham M lroon ltem p .rw lv from tht li llll ,ht hurt 3 e '57 ' 1 3 Q.'.II 3, r Oli' . 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AJ litmus XAVIPR DOHERTY Choices Nluruw Douumsox Conwruus Francis DOI-AIN mallty 2 5 tlnll allty l Slllldllll lrrleet 4 a ketball 3 to nr Xuarrl nor Rmll l H nor lxoll 7 le lon of Honor Z lid cball Xlana fr 4 Nl vuntameer Fdltor lm ta N na er lower Staff 4 1 latin tk l Francls Xavler Doherty Doc most outstandmv member of the ffraduatlnff class po mu larltx and leadershlp haye resulted 1n heaping on hnn prutlcally uery dtstlnttum and honor to be earned at the Mount sharp mt executne ablllty serlous nature remarkable scholar host of frlend our ehlef stand bv ln the mule the Uraduatmf class of 39 blds sad adleu to llS leader scholar athlete entleman fuend George Matthew Donaldson Hank the lad mth the perpetual chop halrcut southpaw even ln his wa k qulet and modest stlll one of the boys sleeps ln class wlth the soundness of a babe Don s typlcal repose slumped III seat leafs stretched ou thlll cupped ln hands mouth agape potential track star lkCS natlonal pastlme too muah Yarslty baseball and basketball lf sleep IS health then he mll outllye the whole class Cornelius Francus Doran Corny Chubby radlant of cheek short of stature rotund ln dns posltmn looks llke a Freshman member of the Back ofthe Room bouety a fun-ter who ln the course of four years has made hwh foreheads of some teachers still hwher mthal a Hood student prefers maths has retrieved bats of anvered batsmen for two years hkes baseball mana,er s job Mmhat tan bound hopes to continue chaslng bats , , Sul' ' ' . I. 4 llas' 1 2, 3, 4 Sod . 12. 3. 4 .' 'w ' ll-s' .,4 lies' f '- 2 llu 1 ,2.3,4 o ' L. 11:1 A :Sgr I 1 vxu , Q ' - ' in if 'ff 4 Assis'nt .lu 3 ll-l 'gel Hlass President 2, 3, 4 'l'ra" .2,3,4 S44 7,7 SL 77 ' ' . Il. X. . . . . .. ,, ,. D .. . 1 - V .V . V . . V . V V. V VVV V .:. . . . P ' Cf ' l ' ' ' . . . - ' . . . , 4, V., V. . V . . aa 191 Y - ' - V , . . . . . . s . . . ,. , . . V Y . V V . V . V. .V V as ya- 4. '71 - - - .. 5 ,' - ' , ', - L. ' ' ' '. .. ' ff ... z - WARRLN JOHN DORNHOH-H. PHH: JOSEPH P1 xx JOSEPH Jams FFORL o ahtx l cahts mahtx neral lwullencf Uramaln -1- v M 1 mor Roll l lmck 4 rcnnatu Hoo ter Award 5 r tdllll lower Staff 1 rl lx rac 3 4 Dc-h.mn 4 Il lfdlll Warren john Dornhoefer Dorn sw foot tho IIHIIICIIQQ towerlnff serious cholar hl humor 1 as fI0llClxl!lU as he IS hu fe enjows all sports competltnon spectator ln the 90 bracket less he considers dxsappolntnn the jot of the math teacher has dCHIlllClY declded on en,1neer1n 1 as a career Peter joseph Egan Pete the H promptu speaker usualls ters quiet except ln class come fr nn the mld of Yonkers to be the wld man of the Nlount adore VU la lan ue lrancazse really belleses Saturdas mormnv Noclal 1 edu some dax to head y0Illx6lN truck dllx ers unlon ernnt 1 re lt actor some max tllt - our 10 rc forceful nn catlonal henehcent intends joseph james Feore oe much abbreuated ln size a real lnferno ln Splfll wlll BTUU e or compete mth amone when put to the test e U debatlnff contests handball tournaments loud raspxn WOICC IS prominent ln halls and on Campus ex celle t I n ,J nmast unsuspected Thesplan ZlbllllV some of SCIHOT stood at sta fe P entrance to meet Mlss 'Nh ra after the play qlnte .1 scholar lose to poke fun It other- can take lt too Q Q -P ' t n Y, S cl ' 1' , 2, 3. 4 Sol' ' r' l, 2, 3, -l- Fol' ' -' l. 2. 3. 4 C9 - - '- 1 ' A '-s lifoster q xarl +L llc .2,Jl D' "N -1 - V 5 - ' Q lf-l' ' 3: fl 4 ' gg Gyn H A 4 44 as . 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PALL brow r Inrlck Jonx Pl-TH: lum Eur hm Louis lnrwcm Sll3lllX 3 4 alltyl 2 5 Honor Roll Z 4 bym leam 4 Nlountameer Staff 4 cball l N Tower Editor m fluef Debating. 4 Dramatlcs 4 Assistant Sodallty Prefect Paul George Fetlck Paulle the model of what the well dressed man should wear qulet 1n class xorces excellent opmlons when IIBCQSQHIV past member of the defunct camera club nemesls of football ofhuals the twelfth man on the field ln more than one ame learns up wlth le Mon keep shootm, them, P'1ul, untll john Peter Flynn one of the most actne and most ener etlc of Semor Class edlted lhe Toner largely responslble for the success of the mfant publlcatlon IS pOllllC3l OPIIIIOIIS haye Hone the lenvth and breadth of the campus loses to arffue defends the Hood name of Yonkers wlth vlm and vwor but dont get htm started on Commumsm an lllflfllllly could not keep hlm mactne brlllnant student staunch Cathollc ardent sodallst Ideal Mountameer Eugene Louis Franch: Frenchy a son of Connectlc ut an exemplary resldent student for four years blunt spoken WOILSS h1s oplmon forcefully has a heart as blg as hlS strong, muscular body nexer slack ln hls studles favorlte hangout IS handball courts gym team also appealed to hlS Hblllly had a flalr for llttle nooks where one Illlrhll enjoy a qulet smoke we are proud of this young: fellow ll' , rl Sod' .'.f,4 . 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Juuzs MoNTcoy1Em GALLAGHER Jos!-:PH ALOXSIUS GAINS!-'RT Tnoyns EDWARD GREENL fla Qecretary 3 alnty 1 9 3 qHalllY 2 3 4' Fcotball 1 2 3 4 e ion of Honor 2 ln ercli s Football 7 3 4 tlc 1 2 Xlountalmer Qtatf 4 flee Club 4 lraelx l T nni 3 4 lames Montgomery Gallagher Gallagher a broth of a boy as the lrlsh would say the unstoppable full baclc the unforgetable poet the mainstay of the track team 1n shot puttin is at his best in ar,,umentat1on the rules of lo IC do not hamper him but he displays amaun, earnestness to make his point he intends to End occupation in the ,reat outdoor joseph Aloyslus Gansert oe reserved quiet studlous could enjoy a ood lau h as much as the next fellow agreeable pleasant even tempered always on the best terms with teachers and fellow students the flee Club w'is his chance for a spot in the l1mel1,.ht dicl ,reat credit to himself as a smrer lus sport IS the ame of ,entlemen and km s tennis loyally supports all other teams a oss to is many friend Thomas Edward Greene Tom freckled and fullcheeked rosy faced 'incl curly hair looks the part of a buddm little scholar in fact hens blossomed nicely into manhood dur1n,. his stay at the 'Vlount his babyish appearance is offset by his subtle smile of contempt for the brutes dry sense of humor too small for athletics ,ood yull 1 demonstrated by loud yocal support generally seen chaslnv or bein chased by John Massey I L :fn gist . . - A ' . . 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C . g JoHN Dams HARNPY EDWARD JOSLPH Hwmssu Jwlhs Dams l'lIClxhY Sodallty 4 Sodallty 4 Dtlldllll 4 Debatm 4 Track 4 Gym Team 4 lennl 4 john Dems Harney Monk dark appearance su Pests the typlcal bartender doesnt exactly slay hls studles reserves his klllers for the handball court retovmzed as best player at the Mount fall wmter sprm summer 'Vlonks out thelr HIITIIII for the corners puts a lot of hre mto hrs ame very quiet ln class chums mth Mularkey and Mclfntecart drlves own car already an expert mechamc looks forward to automotxve en lneerm Edward joseph Hennessey dressed llke the ,entleman on the scholastlc fashlon plate possesses remarkable knowledhe on Vafled toplcs omnlvorous reader also a muslcal hobbv passes from trombone to trumpet to clarmet to drum to plano drums are his cholce rates hlgh as discus thrower ambltlous knowled e seeker the field of sur,ery beckons Yale wlll award the M D handle that kmfe mth care Doc james Dems Huckey Huck get the kmfe boys there s a fellow up above whose brogue needs a llttle IFIHIUIIIIU bevorrah sure and ltd take plenty of sllcmg before Hlck lost the burrs 1n hrs speech from Brothers school ln Pouffhkeepsle as September has won himself a place ln many hearts ln that short tlme pretentlous slmple some of JIIII s repartees ln class brought roars of lau hter much to his surprlse be yourself you ll always be loved for ll l l ku A . . iv A Vi . - 2 ' 2 ,. 2 sa as - v v UU ' ' . . . . . . e Q . . . . 1 . . . H . ,, I ' . Y . . U , sf . . U ' ' ' 7 7 U9 ' C . ' ' U. V . ' ' s Y. U u s Q u Q o . U. . U . . . D C. "Ned". . . it's a choice between Beau Brummel and Professor Quiz. . . always I U . ' u u n U - - n 1 I . u 0 n I l J 0 . . . . . U U . . V. S6 ,U as - as - V q V ' ' - - a V - - sa - vs D. .. . . O . . . V H , Q l i I . . . . V , y D . . . . l t . . . . ' A . . . un- ' . . . ' . . . ' ' ' U g . . Y , Y I . PETER JOSEPH HICKEY JOSEPH VINCENT HORCAN THOMAS JOSEPH HORGAN Sodallty l 2 3 4 Sodalltyl 2 3 4 Sodallty 4 Honor Roll 2 3 Tower Stall 4 Interclass Football 3 4 lnterclass l'ootball 4 Track 4 lnterclass Football 4 Peter joseph Hlckey Pete the despalr of relx lon teachers they thlnk some day he ll tower above modest except ln op1n1ons one of three ranklnn handball stars ood at the books favors hlstory supplles data to form hls own judgments est descrlptlon a nlce fellow pal Al Puck thats the ldea Pete always be just a llttle qulzzlcal joseph Vmcent Horgan Horgan from Brooklyn dont hold lt agalnst hlm a favorite among all hts classmates a qulet sense of humor an amazing ablllty to duck work lf hls reports are true land telephone calls mean anythmvj theres many a pmmg heart ln the v1c1n1ty of Coney Island waxtlng for those weekends shares Hen nessey s sartorlal tendencles hfe ambltlon IS to lead a band should talk hlm self into a symphony dont h1t any flat notes, ,loe Thomas joseph Horgan "Tom one of Woodlawns first cltlzens may always be found ln the com pany of his colleagues Lynch and Lemhan advocate of the qulet type of humor never suspected of bemg a bookworm knew just when a burst of speed was requlred to catch up to the class and pass monthly tests not the type who evoked enthuslastlc comments from teachers always master of the sltuatlon coolest when all around were jlttery and hysterlcal of A y I P i , 'I I . I 4 . j . s I 1 I 9 9 9 I 9 9 1 . , 's L6 as + -6- - 7 . . . D 1 v 0 ' I n the crowd. . . on a soap box 1n Unlon Square. . . good hstener. . . somewhat ' . I . . . . U U . . . . . . . . , , , . . . . n a s n s u D , . . . . . . . . . . - ' 0 I, 9 ' s 1 u ' as 1 - - ' . RAXMOND AINTHONY KAYSILR WILLIANI THOMAS lxIARIxu Rn MOND Tuowus KIAIINS alltyl 2 3 alttx 2 3 4 callty l'ootball 1 2 H nor Rolll 2 3 4 GTIHIS 3 'Nlountameer Staff 4 lntercla Football 3 Tower Staff 4 Booster Award 3 Basketball 'Vlana er 2 Raymond Anthony Kayser Ra close cropped halr betray hls Dutch ancestry nonchalantly rushes to and fro In hls roadster not Iery well known to the Uenerahtv of the class as tendencv to efface hImself Inqulrmv blographer found few who really knew Ray uell enough to call hlm Intnnate a letter man In tCY'llllS plans to emulate the great Don Buclve of the company XNl'llLll eats lunch In solltary grandeur slttlng IH thelr cars WI I I Iam Thomas Kearney I a aIr handsome ready to please optImIst1c honor student through four years of h1 h school took an Interest In XHTIOUS ac ll!ltl6S learned real meanlnv of school Splflt In thlrd year as basketball asslstant manaver home at sexen every rnght for three months and those towels' l ' excellent manaver IH hIs fourth vear dependable trustworthy serlous we feel better for lldtlll 1 had htm as a fllend Raymond Thomas Kearns lxearns happy golucky was frlghtened by a Latm book Ill ltrst year hasn t recovered from the shock yet net er let scholastlc' worrles Intelfere wlth hIs happy grm nor wxlth hl Illffhtly chat ruth the boys was often detalnecl after three on Important busmess In Room 101 some of these calls had to do wIth remarks made III the classroom at Inopportune moments often suspected teachers of lackmg a sense of humor hIs XOICC was loudest aIId longest at all games In 'Xlount s rootlng sectlon sa.-I, 'D I4 Rv my l , Sod ' , , , 4 K Sod , , K A S1117 ' 1, 2, 3,145 A , I 0 . , , 'l 'Q , 4 A ' I g , 3, 4 55 7, ' ' V - L p . . l nv 'lu ull 1 V F ' h . 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I - 1 WALTER FRANCIS KLINKE W1LL1u1 JOQEPH Ixouux THONIAS JOHN KR-XFLR 91 ahty 2 3 4- 9 ahty 1 7 3 ahtw 1 7 11111111 3 othalll Z 3 DPIIHIIII 4 eha Boo ter Awaxfl 4 .1 Q lI't'd r fla Secretary 1 Football Z 3 T ackl 2 3 4 lntertlaws l'o11thall Al- lntercla B1 kethall 1 Walter Francis Klinke lxlinlxe 111 exels lEidlldl.lIlU cld thele 1 at lPlQl 0116 Qtuclent who cloe exe-r1tl1111U to exade the l1111eh0l1t foothqll proueo and l10IlOl lll tlw cle e11ed 01111 tend tr IICIEI Qhsness and 1et1ee11ce nexer allows his athletic efTo1tQ to lI1lCIf6I'6 mth lllk tl10llQl.lC Ql'iIldlI10' dhsaw well '1b01e the axerfi e ue ne xou W1 ter Ilw one kllllixt Qtocln well built 1 1 l1o11l 1e1x quiet William joseph Kolmah Il '1 true Hon of 'llount ot M11l11el -tarrefl 111 footbfxll for three Xear 1 ll t11n1 tle tm 1111 lllI0ll' 1 t1e '1rd Qnd Nl1LlEQSflll Qefwon of "3 '1d11111ed thinlur h'11cl 1so1lx111 Qtuclent 901116 of Qtuches 'fue h1111 1111111 lloublm than oxne of heax 16 t football oppo11e11t 111111.1 ed to Het bx nor t of them 111 1111111l 111 11 hatexer he unclertalxe here Q the ulnstle et N fo 1 Thomas john Kraeck on Nllll 1 hmn po e e Q 11 1eo111f111 fl 11 on lldtlx fo1 four xear 11120 1 plffqlxlll Clexotee noted for h1Q t1ll ldlEQ 21111 11111 llflx of COIIXHIIUII 111ml 1111e11t1 ninth 1t1o111pa111e tll6IIl llepenfl upon llllll 1 1 o 1111 uhjut 1sh1te e - 111 1 1 footliill 1111111111 es 111 1 IP CQ o 1 four 1e1r lmttle xslt lun I 1 fru '91 L+ A L' 7 A A L 7 A l Aw . Lv l A -4 r ful' '. , .od" ,L, Sod ,L,3,4 Fo 1 1,4 Fo ,'.f.4 Ag ' liasr ll J. V.1. 2 s ' ' ill' s. H 'su er 2, 3 I ss . -, f , ,Y - 'LL 15- "F"SS ,"s' ze , ', ', ' 1 gs 'Sis' S" ' 1 '!"zsee' " 1 ' ' '- y ' - " zfe. 'lp' . ' : ll ...1l1v",'i11gf'de... i' "...t ' 'eri' l1 L'l"ll". . . 1 3 A Q. " z . . . 3 ' 1 1' s 'alffdl 'a ' gl l he 1 3 "- -11 "I1f...t i' ln alll for his llllfilllillg l'0lll'flgP. . . exeellent Sp6illii'I'. . . good ilCllillt'f. . . sc-nsihle ""'2- ..., - '1.' ' 11 s ' ."s ' C 5... 1'g I. 1' ' 5 "ll "' i- " ...l':1,,B'll. "ill 1 . . il : 'I' as long as his 1. - l l gs. . . leg- cl'l " 1 s"1'i" the ' "'s...'-a'r-" " i 'ez l for ll 1'luss1'oo111 o1'1ti4 Il Il 1 U S ' 1 xer. . . thus sm-ar: and hruises are 1't ll'Ll'li 11' 1 ' -toes...tl1"ao1tl11 ' li-- fa pa . 'l1 lull . . . yi-11ia1lity Jlus to the host of N11 llllli.llIll't'l'S who l1a11'e llt't'Il his '1111ls. JOHN WILLIAM LAWLER JOHN VINCENT LI-wlm II FRANCIS CFRARD II MoN Qodallty 1 2 S alxty l 2 3 4 9 allty l 2 3 4 Le Ion of Honor 1 Dramatlc 4 Booster Award 5 feneral Excellence 3 Rooster Award l 'lower btafl' 4 Dehatmg 4 f'ym Team 4 Booster Award 4 H eballj Y 3 'l-ennls 4 Ba ehall J Y 'S lntercla Football 4 lntercla Basketball 1 ohn Wllllam Lawler .lohnnv a ,o ,e ter defends hls vlews anvtlme any place hls oratorIc'Il fnreworks han lIt up many a dull pCI'l0ll too small and too ll ht for varsnty sports ,ave hls best to the Mounts varled sports pro,ram a rellable per former wlth lns books hes qulet tnll the fun be Ins smcerlty hl best Lawler john Vmcent Lembach Johnny oldest Mountalneer In Semor Class entered the Mount mne years a o lower grades of the ,rammar school some say there wasnt much to Johnny at that tlme hls small SIZC IS an asset In hls ,un work never had to he dlscouraged from studyln too hard yet ,ets alon better than avera e maybe he has a wav about It qulte talkatlve and eloquent can talk hls way In or out of anythm, Intends to study forestry at Syracuse more power to you and conservatlon Francas Gerard Le Mon .lerry another devotee of panchromatlc and super speed defmltely the qulet serlous type but hls easy goml. humor hlts the spot makes few frlends and keeps them youll never find htm wlth the common herd u hes by no means unapproachable always Vtllllflg to lend a helpm hand dwells In those nameless wastes about the Mount but shows no Ill effects we develop the negatlve of Jerry s future we ll fund lt spells 'success F A '. 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Laws RICHARD JQHN LITTLEHELD ably 1 2 5 S0dal'lY 5 4 Sodahty 3 4 lfahlx 2 3 4 Honor Roll 2 3 Boo ter Award 3 Xlountameer Staff 4 Class V1cePres1dent 1 2 3 Le lon of Honor 3 Track 1 2 3 4, B eball J X 3 Track Captain 4 lnterclass l'ootball 2 3 4 Thomas joseph Lenihan Tom one of our Barney Oldfields another member of the Woodlawn brotherhood you ll never hear him ln the classroom but there s surely some reason for that wide rm he Pets quite a kink out of llfe takes the middle of the road 1n his studies never unduly ruffled by the report card he is modeled alon the llnes of an ideal shot putter he heaves the ball throu h the air n 1th the ,Greatest of ease here s luck Tom john Leslie Lewis proper amount of manly appeal for the right younc person short and husky quiet exhibits a warm friendliness for his few companions well up in that upper third of the class likes En,l1sh athletic lIlLll1'l3tl0I'l IS towards baseball rarely seen without his nelchbor and bosom pal Johnny Lembach is amiable tranqull nature will attract him friends wherever he oes Richard john Littlefield Leke the little speed boy countless opponents have been showered with funders kicked up by his flym, feet a smile just a broad as his stride I'0lllLklIl lau h has lft for exchan in lwht banter with exacting Brothers appropriate seriousness ewer a class leader natty dresser staunchly loyal to sthool eonsuenttous sodallst plenty of competitive splrlt too llrht for football his faxorlte sport if popularltv means success Zeke you re set' Soil ' , , ', 4 ' I, L ' ' '1 " 1 H f 1 , s A 1 A - ' 7 7 U P , 9 v v as , , 1 ' 1 5 7 7 Q5 97 . 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RICHARD ALOYSIUQ LYNKH BERNARD JAMES MIENTFLAR1 WILLIAM JOHN MCFNTIRh S alltyl 2 3 4 fb allty l 2 3 4- bodalltyl 2 3 Tack 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 l'ootl1all 3 Rlcha rd Aloyslus Lynch Duck Cable' Tay lor' watch your laurels' here comes a dan erous r1val tall dark etc keeps Barnabas all allutter but uses handsome physlque for QOlll6tl11Il more than parade 440 stalwart for two years trled football for one year too llkely to mar loyely features falthful attendant at all act1y1t1es befittlngly playful and ser1ous employs excellent persuaslve technlque Frlday mornlngs keep poundm Dlck you cant lose Bernard james IVIcEntega rt ll ac good looker not stronff sllent type qulet affable loyes the reat open spaces school conflnement Interferes or does lt Mac? alon Wllh Harney make up undlsputed handball champlonshlp team same partnerslup contmues off court noted for varlety of yaloples all of pre depresslon vlnta e fam1l1ar quotatlon Hey Mac, yoI1 re supposed to turn rx ht at llllS corner Oh thls I llrlday mornln Wllllam john McEn'rIre e Mac Mount Xernon aflillate SIX feet plus lanky cldedly red llall' looks and walks llke a Texas cowboy eyen talks llke one when lt comes to French noted for helpmv stumped seatmates wlth the w ron t1 IQ has suffered Saturday mormn blues mam co of p1tch1n staff for the past two years burnln fast ball Keep faD,In In Mac you ll mow em all down , A l Y . 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C - . , 1 , s WILLIAM JosEPH MCNAMARA JR WALTER JOSEPH 'VI-xLoNE THOMAS JosEPH MARTIN Sodalxty 5 4 Sodallty 2 3 4 Sodalxty 1 Track 3 Mountaineer Staff 3 4 Track 1 4 Class Vlce Presldent 2 lnterclass Football 2 3 4 Class Secretary 1 Interclass Basketball 1 G 0 Secretary 4 Cym Team Captain 4 William joseph McNamara jr Mac gemal happy go lucky not too much worrylnv over studles over notlung else for that matter a friend to every comer hls drlvln IS the envy of all the Auto Boys hls nonchalance would befit a dlplomat or a busmess magnate attracted by the llfe of an engmeer has not yet declded whlch colle e he wlll pr1v1le e wlth hls presence should be a success 1f he makes up h1s mmd to do lt Walter joseph Malone Walt one of the Unlonport boys fleures hes traveled half way around fflobe ln hls four years at Mount one of Brother Wllffld s muscle men proficlent he Ualned the captalncy the centre of a Uroup of devoted frxends adept at settllnv arguments and cementln frlendshlps short halrcuts and we mean short alned hlm nlckname The Coon a very falthful sodallst the ldeal ty pe of student Thomas joseph Martm Tom more commonly called Smoky came to us a llttle boy IS leawm us a not much burger boy not much on the athletlc slde full of um and vlror Smoky was the mseparable compamon of Chrlstlanson both were ploneers of the Saturday Soclal and HCIIVC ln IIS development deserves the tm medal for best hltch hlker of the Mount hls small SIZE must appeal to the com passion of the drners or IQ It that lrreslstlble look of plty , . r . 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' JOHN ALEXANDER MAssEY JOHN ELIJAH MILLER JOSEPH ROBERT MILNE Nlountalneer Staff 4- bodallty 3 4 Football 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Basketllall Iaptaln 4 Baseball 2 3 4 john Alexander Massey Massey a typlcal gentleman courteous soft spoken pollshed e plcture of Obrlety ln the twlnkllng of an eye all thls sombre mlen IS shed spontaneously appears a rolsterous fun maker just as qulckly fades back to former self outstandlng IH lntellectual actlvltles one Of our few blcycle boys bflrht and early every mornlng makes frlends Wlth anlazlng ease can adopt a veddv Engllsh manner hell get places ack a rare comblnatlon of unusual athletlc 3hllltV and outstandlnl. scholar l a llrst sacker a la Lou Gehrl a football center brave mart powerful a basketball captaln who was a real maelstrom of actlvlty a student who took flrst places as a matter of fact pleasant frlendly dlsposltlon the Mlller mlle IS a campus tradltlon hls jokes and qulps always good for a lau h exen from sedate faculty members slncerlty and capaclty for hard work bode well for hls future joseph Robert lvlllrle Smlley the boarders prlde and joy he and hls plpe come all the way from Brooklyn performs amazlng Castronomlcal feats frlendly ln a qulet reserved wa hence better known among boarders wlth whom he llves and who charltably overlook hls odorlferous plpe he IS of the conservatlve type dreads extreme measures even ln studies headed for college no dellnlte cholce NCI john Elijah Miller 65.1. 77... 1 1 . ss' ng - shp... 'g... - " ,s , JOHN PALL MITCHELL ROBERT GEORGE NIONROE JOHN FRANCIS MULARKEY 9 allty 1 2 3 4 lrackl 2 football 3 B seball l N 3 john Paul Mutchell ack another member of the Senlors who IS far from communlcatlve or de monstratlye keeps hls counsel yery much to hlmself not the type to worry unduly about thlnts studxes come wlthout too much elfort has done remark able work on occaslon Cathollc Press Essay Contest always cheerful ever ready to lend a helpm hand hls few Intlmates thmk hlghly of hlm Robert George Monroe has covered the lon hlke from Woodlawn falthfullv every day for four years extremely Interested In athletics the Woodlawn Terrlers know hlS prowess clrcumstances kept hlm from the 'Vlounts plcskm squad durmg hIs bemor year of the reserved retlrlng unobtruslve type perseverance and ton tanu are hls chlef characterlstlcs not one to woo knowledce wlth fervld des otlon yet on the safe Ide of the llne he ll leave a voxd at the Mount john Francis lvlularkey Ohn synonym for Mularkey mlght be sedate tranqull calm p3ClflC u not apathetlc by any means Interested In the actlvltles of the school a plodder at hxs book a deeply loyal Mountameer always a Gentleman respected by all althou h known to only a few cholce chums these have a great esteem and frlendshlp for John enerally seen leavmg for or commg In from Unlonport In the company of Tommy Greene pd' , , 3. ,. . .gil vs - . - - - - -7... . L. Y , - -1. v ' IU... ' 'D ' ... ' V fun l R. v -an Y .nu - C - . V --Ba" , U' . - , , ... . E. 1 ' 1 ' . ' s'.' . . ii. 7 . 1 1 1 '-.... I U 'Q --I , , --- is V . . U . .' . . , . -. 11 y v . I . . J . , , , ...bt ' s... ' ' U v U v - ' '- . C . 'l' 1 a Q . U , . ...C 1 te., ' ' ' ILDwARD HEFFLRNAR MULDooN ANDREW JOSEPH Ml,Rl HX WARREN HARDINL. MURPHY Soc ahly 1 2 3 4 So allty l 2 3 4 Sodallty 4 Class Pre ldent 1 Dramatlcs 4 Tennis '5 4 lrack 2 Gym Team 4 l'ootJ'1ll 5 4 Basketball 2 3 B eeball I X l Edward Heffernan Muldoon old tlmer at the Mount came here ln fifth grade was a resldent student durln hls grammar school days decided to become day hop to have more lelsure to study4'7j ponderous ln thoucht and action slow but sure ag resslve tenaclous both qualltles helped to brlnv hlm hls lon awalted chance ln football last November ln one well remembered Dame Ed went ln as substltute at end he tossed the opposltlon around crashed throuffh tlme after tune won us the ,ame to a ,reat Mountameer we bld farewell Andrew joseph Murphy lm JlgDS Kennedv sherlff close your trap thus bellowed B1 Andy on the evemnv of the benlor play to command to order around to shout and lmluster such would be Andy s fayorlte pastlme yet hes a rehular fellow not half 'ls loud as he appears loves a joke a prank a good lau h has jomed the newly orbanlzed gym team as outlet to natural actlvlty also fayors the nom pany of Brother Wllfrxd studles haye come to hlm wlthout too much effort Warren Hardlng Murphy Murph DOUbllIl0 Thomas Number One w1ll dlscuss with anyone anythm at any tlme Brother Wllffld IS h1s cholce opponent allows no statement to o unchallenved stron debater rl orously lorxcal watch your premxses when you draw concluslons ln hls presence falthful to duties exreedlnply true to hls frlends resldent student touch on his habit of usln the eul weed connection wlth the Yower staH was a boon lll that regard 2 r - r v x ' A 4 ' . 1 ,., d ,,, u . . 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' ... 0' I ' l U C in Y' V 79 ' ' vi V v ' JoHN EDWARD NALLY CHARLES Francis 0 CONNOI Jn ROBERT VALENTINF 0 COVNOR allty 1 3 bo allty 1 2 3 4 Tfagk 3 4 Baseball J X' 1 lnterclass Football 2 3 4 lnterclass ba ketball 1 john Edward Nally ,lohnnle qulet doesnt eyen berln to tell how qulet he IS part of trlo Buckley 'Nally Cansert couldnt accuse any of these of undue clatter hubbub or uproar the ,orgeous new Oldsmoblle made hlm the envv of hrs classmates hls athletlc actlvltles centered on the cmder path demonstrated that natural abllltv can be superseded by perseverance he really earncd his mayor M track the ood old Nally smlle should vet hlm places Charlle llttle known to the IHHJOIIIW of Mountameers many Senlors are probably unaware of hls presence ln thelr mldst he seems to reach the others through hls frlends Flynn and Bob O Connor teachers have been known to repeat Charlles name two or three tlmes when callln the roll h1s replxes were so ubdued that they falled to reach the ma 1ster1al ears there IS an alr of depend flblllty about hun that hls classmates admlre Robert Valentme O Connor Bo rebular member ln ,ood standm of th Far Yonkers Boys Assoclatlon hls Bulck parked or rollln resembles the headquarters of that mlgratory ,roup popularity not restrlcted to ownershlp of car not demonstratlve but jocund m a nolseless way definltely not a Connmffton m hl Vervll translatlons Latln IS h1s prescrlptlon for lnsomma and hloh blood pressure busmess IS lns alm after four years ln colle,.e . , " ,."f 7 t' T. . . A 5 1 Sod ,2, ,4 ld ' . -7 , 3 , . . 3 1 . 5. u 7 T Y x , I. I al ,1 ' ' ' s H 1 nu l 0 s. . - I I 1 1 n on . . . . . 46 9, Q 1 ' - '. .. ' 1 ln U . . C - - C . 0 Y Charles Francis O Connor, jr. C M .. . . 'Q' ' ' ' K. Y 5. n n A I 3 hi 57 ' ' 3 ' ' 3 b U U U Q56 V 7 , e - . . .U . , ,, - U s s 1 . ' Y I 1 u 4 ' ' . ' '. . . l P . .S C . JOSEPH THOMAS OTT PFTER PATRILK Pfxmwo D1-.RNIOT PATRILK PERDISATT N allty 1 2 3 4 Sotalty 5 4 alltw l Z 3 ooster Award 3 Dramallcs 4- Dramatxcs 4- Booster Award bym 'leam 4 eball ,I X joseph Thomas Ott oe our candldate for the Cardlnal Newman definltlon of a entleman reserved and unassumlnff sober m speech stately IH bearlng manly 1n every way not the best mtellectually malntams a ,ood class average steady eompanlons are Malone and Walsh comes ln every day on the Unlonport speclal has hrs mlnd set on enterln the buslness world Peter Patrick Pagano Pete a reenllstment on our records left ln September returned ln January there IS no place llke Mount St Mlchael after all a resldent slnce his first year at the Mount hlstory IS his pet subject he actually enjoys listen mg to 1t and readln lt up so this edltor IS mformed Remove that jacket Pagano sclentlflc analysls IS hrs hoodoo expects to o to colle e Dermot Patrlck Perdnsatt Dermle could well answer to the appellatlon Smlles his features are perpetually attuned to produce the next guxleless grm and rts hke a charm to make new frlends hasnt a worry 1n thls world probably never suspectel there were such things what a second baseman he would have made lf nature had been more generous to h1s slze ever see hlm on the handball courts and what a lovely young lady behmd the Ulamor of the footll hts . . 53 4' , Y 1 Qod' , , , f lr' Sod .',',4 l! 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EDWARD QUANDT WILLIAM JOSLPH Roman Sodallty 4 malm I ldlltt 1 2 Track 3 Alfred William Puck Puck dont thlnk of hockey no connectlon his own version of hls hwh school career Have risen to the helffhts and wallowed ln the trouvh Envllsh llterature h1s greatest moment the complex maze of Ueometrv of no lnterest to 1m attltude durmv classes IS one of calm repose demeanor IS always abowe reproach constant buddy of Pete Hlckey no colleve for htm headed for c1v1l servlce posltxon vla Delehanty lnstltute Paul Edward Quandt teachlnv career IS hls ambltlon lnterested ln stamps as a hobby maths are hls favorlte subject hlstory his averslon embodiment of mental relaxation school newer worries htm definitely Dom, to colleve will wear elther the Fordham Maroon or the Kelly Green of Manhattan remember your school llfe, Paul take lt easy on your future puplls Wnllnam joseph Roemer Blondle Bull the soul of quletude and repose unpretentlous most sincere exceedingly level headed blff smlle for ey ery one penetratlnff mlld brown eyes Bxll s mate slncerltv and hlS unfalllnv falthfulness wxll surely vo a lonv way ln his journey through l1f.e success cannot but attend upon hls enter prlses he has not yet imparted to anyone his postgraduatlon plans f " Sol , 2. 3. 4 Sol' , 13, 4 H ,, , . h v . . . . . 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' s a I WILLIAM CARL RULKEIII JANILS EDVI ARD Sc IIIIIIT JEROIIIL WILLIAM ScIHILI.III dllly 1 2 3 Sodallty 1 2 90 alltv 1 2 3 Honor Roll 5 Tower Staff 4 elrall l Track Nlana er 4 Dramatlcs 4 nlraclc 1 B ehall 2 3 4 Football '3 B chall J V 1 Ba lxethall J V '7 Wnlluam Carl Ruckert Dutch another of the Inhabltants of the Yonkers hIll came from Qt Barnabas an honor student 'Ippomted to the ofhce of manager of the track team tolerated no nonsense ruled the roost vuth 'In Iron hand the tIIIIe he can spare fronI lIIs books IS devoted to the 3CllVlllCS of the school never hesltates to lend hIs whole hearted upport contemplates eng.IneerIn Manhattan IQ the college james Edward Schmntt llll SOIl'lCllIIlCS referred to as P peye class artIst noted for connc .IrtIst1c comments oII up to the mmute class topIcs star left hander on the mouncl another Hubbell staff Hfllgl oII the Toucr healthy sense of humor can appreuate a good joke qulte a reIelatIon In hns first dI'dlIlI:lllL appearance no matter what he turns to vte know he wlll be successful lerome Wllllam Schuler .lerrw another WfJ0dlHWNHllC lIllf'f9QlCd III the fClTllIllI16 anfrle posslbly to the detrnnent of studles noted for hIs IHQSUIOUQ excuses can put on cl lI10Ql dramatlc aIr of Injured Innocence turned hIs athletlc abIlIty to baseball tmrler who can be depended on to come through In plnc hes lllS balls Ishuzed hx opposlng batters mth heart warmmg speed a story teller of renown no aboxe repeatlng the same storx tmce, though here s luck for the future , , M f iff- ' V ,I "' I': Sz." 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Y l tx 51011 Snfxni Pt Hx 5tINl'Sll'R Hum Swrmm 1 tlntx fratln llfilllldllt 4 n leant lohn SCOTT Sha rpe Stottx the Xdoms of the class fair haired trfix eled downtown lor two rears of lnvh sc ioo then deuded to become a Ylount alunmu t e1r loss was o r ain hm lm les QSSIIIHUIIIU XIIIIIHQIICQ han 'Ill did someone mention ranun ln- social attlvltles renter around St B'nn1h'1 Nlltlt' he often trip mretllt tt the Ylount under all conditions Eugene Paul Smith Gene Staten I land s LOIllI'llJllll01l to the Cla Blllll friendliness replete with frentlemanly qualities fenerallx Sl'1llllIl apt quult tlexer rep artee kind and ronslclerate in his dealinl with fellows Ji dont lu 1 n ir the wron wfu likely to draw sparks ls quite '1 faxorlte :mon the resident students ha probably tllouvht up more excuses than anwone else to fret 1 thante to lean the Grounds for a smoke demonstrated strikin 3bllllN is an at tor ,om to studs business methods at Villanoxa Sylvester Hen ry Sweeney clashes through life with the same um and assurante as he drnes his ear rough and ready has an eye for the gentler sex studies one of his eidental occupations nexer hesitates to embark on a qulxotie adventure IS lrlends fairly swarm after him especiallw at three ln the afternoon when he has his tar arrawed like a campus fashion model loquauous with a heart of ,old when you get to lt rt ' K 5 I If. . .oi g 5 I 1 1: liiiuizmz :UL .'.n'rn I ' . 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Y ' D I ,.,,,,A, 3 ' , R: JOSI-PH ALorsrus Tram Y Rn norm Krrxrxrrrr Vorzsr JAMI-s MAR1rN Wxrsn tdlllt l alrtw l Z calrty 7 5 rror Roll I Dramatrcs 4 beneral Luellenee Z Roo ter Award 2 Dehatrn 4 Legion of Honor 1 'Nlorrntarneer Stall' 4 Tennrs 'VI ma er 4 flass freasrrrer l Z 5 'loner Staff 4 bym Team 4 Nlountarnemr Staff -1 Dehatrn 4 F otballl 2 3 4 Track 1 2 Track 3 4 joseph Aloysrus Tracy oe Gentleman and scholar srncerrtr personrfied great publre speaker and debater states hrs oprnrons fearlesslv rxrll strck to them trll the last Gun rs frred dependable drrects the destrnres of the school N Y A admrn stratrorr r four year honor student Grst Sports edrtor of the louer created a molumn whrch was of prrme student rnterest the lure of the newspaper game hold- out rts appeal Joe wrll take up journalrsm at C C N Y Raymond Kenneth Vorst rr has an Ltopran plan rshrrh rsrll rerolutronwe the soeral polrtrcal and ctorrornrr uorld 0I'U3I'lll3llOIl only lrsteners laekrnv praetrces up on hrs art work durrnv other perrods has that certarn sonrethrnff whreh drrres teachers to prddul cells an ardent reader also ffrren to performrng on hr Stradeverrus one of the prrme moxers rn the creatrnff of the Urm team hrs apparatus rs tht par rllrls Ras ssrll conrrnee omeone some das and then just rsatth hrs smoke james Martrn Walsh lm tr krrrky harrul rotund fallow .1 trsrnklt rn hrs ye r is an n lt rrr tre 'rrrrth loothall mac une rsloml thrnk of joxrll Jrnr as a tmrror ask the opposrng. ,uards was also the nrost consrstent shot putter on the track learn an unrelentmff durs collector rms rr' hr there rrrtlr the best ln srholastre urdefrrors hr lrr h humor rx rs not ilu 'ns 'ipplecrated ln hrs teather lnou lrt dorm on lrrrrr mort th rn one rsrathfrrl adnronrtron ls strll lookrng ur tht lrst of co le,.es Sol' ,2,3,4 Sod ,',3,4 Sol" 1..l.-1 Hue ,2,3,4 ,Q rr, ' .4 ' ' 'IE 'I , ' ,, N 'ara g ,, ' ,. ,4 K , A . 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Nl LHAEL Josufn WALSH Joum REILLY lVlLRPHY THOMAS HENR1 WALSH ndany 3 4 Nocany 1 Z 3 So ahty 1 2 3 4 Track 2 Track 4- Track 2 'S 4 lnterclas Football 7 3 lnterclas B l'slx8lllall Z Michael joseph Walsh Nhl-.e of the Yonkers trlumslrate Walsh Evan S Walsh in his eyes is the dew of Killarney on his hps just a mee bit of Blarney but dont fret him mound up youll probablv wind up with the short end of the serbal battle Mike IS one of those quiet little fellows who e uit and repartee are w ll aboxe ax eraffe dIllblll0US souls '1 wearner for speed either in Tom Walslls car or on the cmder track john Reilly Murphy Nlurph one of our smaller boss has shunned public attention I'6llI'lI'lU disposition nexer one to pu h himself into prominence in his bemor year he showed more interest in the extra curricular exents of the class a staunch supporter of the Nlount s teams has a personal attraction for track is buddies are Martin and Chrlstlanson his future prospects hate not Leen rex ealed at this urltlnff Thomas Henry Walsh Tom insists he 15 n J relatlwe to the other tw o curls blond hair QII'lll1HU blue Gres d pper ssell dressed Tom s fan mall is '1 problem to the czty of Yonker has a car suspected of l'l21XlIlfY acquired it from the Dearborn Ford Nlu cum steps from behind the wheel mth the debonfur nonchalance of Nlalccrlm lampbell H W1 laflg studies? uell he had four wears of that a relt help to the track team that smilc should help hun make his max Ill the ssorlll Avw , '. 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'C g ..l...Asfa -- 'J ' - THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF 39 IX e the Semors of 39 real17111ff mth heayy heartQ all the joys we leave behmd do lndlte our l'1Qt wlll and ICQIHIIICIII yr 1th firm WIQIICQ of QucceQs to thoQe who are to carry on after Ili To the potenlral fourth year n1en our junrors ue entru'-t the COIIIIIIUHIIOII of the Ilount cu tom of QGCIII that the Chapel IQ ITIIIIII frequented eQpu111lly dur111 t1e IIOOII hour AIQo I 1020 emor IJIIXIII PQ ya Ill 1 I1 uc bccn IlqlIlI'ffI throu I1 ye1rQ o effort md NITIII ruurc mc cc c11c IIOIII 'ls Q1c red tru I 16 SUIJIIOIIIOFPQ recclyc our IIYIIQQ 'md apprtclrtlon for tI1c1r fme Qhoss of Nl l1ool Qp1r1t keep IIIB flame of tl1 1t FIIITII brrvht and stron You ll vet much more enjoyment out of your Qtay at the Qchool To the Iwreshmen ue bequefith our faculty for ea111111U mayor letters IIIIIINI lIIlllII'llIIlII I11 I1 QcholaQt1c reLo1dQ Per onal rfls 'md beque tQ QIIIJIJIEIIIPIII thrs urll a follow Icc s Q c s Mercury o ruth IIIPIII Ray B1 IIII SIIIIIIIII lc are 111y lore of the Lmdy tc I'1cIr T1'1y 1le111 Hep 1 ja I 111 1 Hob Cu I Nlrlcc Crowley, cndoyx on Art lxearney my facrllty for QOIXIH ntI1 defrree equf1t1o11Q ysrthout tl1e ard of De XIOIXICQ Theorem Watch tl1e an le III brother lenon Q eye thou I1 Art I Drclr Lynch urll to Red Ileenagh rm dra yxrth Brothcr Paul Wrlfrrcl TIIPTEQ 1 IIPIII of old under tI1at Uruff evcterror Red I IX 1It 'II1Io11c beQtoyx on Herb beehdol rhe duty of c 11111 for thc chalk and uhcrc all tI1c cIl'lIIx IIIQWIJPQ 1rQ to rfter IOIIIPCIIIIOII I I1cIc XIIIIEI forQake to Nteye Nlurphy my prrylle e of usrn Inc toyxcls after QI1o1serQ just one vsfrrnrnfv Qteye Watch out for the arhlerrc mana er I I7ranc1Q Berrne leaye to John CeorgeQ my HQPITHIIOII for l00'c III tl1e lznvlrsh He ent Ned Henr1eQQey IIIIIUQI to Bob Mcboyur rny flarr for Qartorrrl eleffance 'Neyer 1xe11 1 blue tle yrrth a Green Qurt 1 Ixc IIIIFN C011 er OII oI111 5toIreQ tI1e prnrle e of f11111 tl1c 1o1 th rt tll t1c 1aQIcetb1lI IIlIlN c sure you Iceep t1e fun away TOIII omc Q PII o ll 1911161 1 o rm uccesQor 1 co UIIIIIISI Ill t1c lmcer t1c t'1Q of IOL'1IlIlf My Curl Iwrlday I l1ope your Qearc I1 1Q not III vim I B10 Ld Muldoon tra11Qn11t to Bob Lamson my IIlOI'Ol1"I1II6QQ III Mowm em don I1 at the Idordh 1111 Game Remember Bob the b1Ug.erthey Come the harder they a I Brll Kolman leare to Lou Celentano Illy knack for approprratrnff the football after ey ery game Maybe you ll Qucceecl 111ore often than I clrd I oe Tracy rye to ,Ioe NIIITOIITIEII mv record '1 the c'11r1er of the lar eQt Illlll 1 ba III the gl 1ool I John Ilerrenbachcr con11111t to Harold Prana my blaQe fcclm toward Allleflfdll HIQIOYX You need only to tudy the frrt pa YC of the book Hal or remember Hrstory repeats 1tQelf I Tom Greene leaye to Apple Braue my semor prryrleve of gzettme on e school bu IIFQI Be careful Qome l1aQten1n0 Freshman doeQnt push you through e wrndoys App I ,IIIII WaIQI1 do so ordam that I1ereafter Tom Donnelly shall Larry on e rllegal and ex1IQmell1n0 practrce of opemn the as JCIQ for at least Hfteen mmutes of the CI1em1Qtry PQTIOKI In rs1tneQs whereof we hereby Qubscrlbe our names on th1Q 22nd day of ,Iune of the year 1939 The ClaQQ of 1959 1 . V . VV ,I V C V. t V. VV V . s , 1- ' . ' '. , r - .i s ' 1. I -. , . ' S ., ' fl I1 I 'r - , , .1 at" V' ' g I . 1' I -S ' 1g.-'I"I 1' H- 1' '1 g Vil f 1 5 't. C1 I1 I I-ff I I .:.'1', ss. TI,g . 11,1 ' 1' ' ,., ' L..V V .F K. gV VV. g V V Y 1 kv V - C 3 Jr i - . T r ' V N - ' B1 1' 1"H 'Q .' 11" 'im s ' Q' . 1 ' s 1 e ' " 's 'sz I. Ze 1 Iriltlefield. 0IIII'l1.I to Ray' I'IIIlIl my' spiked shock. lNI11y' th- rings of . I- g -' Q C V.. I. 'g I' f- ' . f' ' V' 1 L' ' 1,1 -' '1 '1 1. ' .l1e1. 1c1k. A 1 .1 . 1' Q " , , . g,' ' '- A- ' . Q . . I- 1 1 ' g ,. . ' . . . . 1 fi 1. . ' I ,- , Vf -1 ' g ' ' ' 1 ' 1 I11111cl Il2lI'lIl'IN'I'. the i11clispe11saI1les of the gym team. My hope is that y'ou'll cliseover ' ff - - 1 ' I. -1 - 1 ' " . s ' -. .T ,Vx ' F.. ' V V 'r ' 1 V V .. .M . V . M J. b V V, r M Q s. I..l 2 '. -I ' ' " '. "1 F -. ,I ' ' 1 ' 1 , ', " T - ' . I. B'll I 11' ', ' f ,I fl ' 1 "' g I " g ' sl 1 ' ds I 1 I 1. ' 1 gz -:. Iif 3 1 V' ' , I g 1 " V' f II 11 I. Doc- IJ I'1'ty'. 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J CLASS PROPHECY ur lftgldl 111r Qtr 1 Q 1 Illllftll on the N1 w X111 or a1r Zllll Qt-11- the C aQ- o 39 1n the World of Tomorrow w hat a Lhanve haQ 11111111 oycr the twenty two at rev Uliilll. treeQ a Qplendld park a Qhow place 11ew llllllillllgi dwarf H110 Ill IUIIIHCHIICP the former Nd1n1n1Qtrat1on Zllld IDUFIIIIIOIW Chapel Gym 51191119 I'IlfTllllCI'lII" the on1e filllllllill' Nlount Nt Nl11hael for Boy- 11ow 1e.11Q .1 eheld Te1 ltlltll U11 1 In llllllf' 1ere Q U1 I'Il1lP I1rd1Q111 who ha- juQt re1e1y11l lll'Q do1 tor Q 1l1 1'r1e H1 .1t111 Q11 1 Ill ld 1arn11 ro 111 wer-1111.101 on lt .Ili 11QQ1 1 y It I ay lXt.lI'IlN dlflllllfl the 11nder track ,lohnme NlaQQey IS l.I'3lIllIlU for 1111 Q111 day blke ra1e 112111111 by Zeke Ilttleheld on foot the 1111port llll llitllxlllf' IOP lllilelll f the urc-hm-. from the Camp11Q non1 other tha11 Jun Callaffher Qw111-1 Illll'wll 1 Q the alr a we IJZIQQ the frym doors Joe Horgzan Hllfl lil? 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Cunningham. Stephen E. Murphy. Francis E. Foran. George J. Frohliek. Joseph F. Burns. Robert J. Wallaee. William R. Carroll. Palriek J. Ahern. William J. Jerreld. James li. Xldlanus. Stephen A. Muldoon. FIRST ROW'-Angelo E. Calabria. Yineent T. Ftaraci. Rir-hard J. 51-hermexer William J. Mc-Keowri. Cerald 5. Rogers. if CLASS '40-B BACK liflwv-rl-ll0lHilS B. llmmelly. llolmrt ll. Hunt. John l'. Clanry. J. Aluysius Witt. llulwrt L. HPIIIIPSSPY. l"ran4'is J. NlilI'i'Z'lIll0IllU. Jann-s J. Fay. Raynmncl Y. lllllliy. lfmlwarfl W. lfuy. llvrlwrt C. llc-4-lulnl, lTI'ZlIli'lS .-X. julvs. Tll0IIl2lS lf. lxlllflllly. SECOND HOW'-Janws W1 Nlclntosli. Walter J. Sivss. Rnlwrt A. Nlr-Gown. Joseph ll. l7a1're-ll. lfclwarcl l'. l'illSl1lI't'. William l", Huglws. lrmm-is J. Smith. William J. l,ill'SllllS. l"rznu'is W. :xI't'lllllillfl. Louis A. Custulmile. Alfrvrl 1. Klang. Arthur A, xlllylllllilll. I-'IRST RUVQ'-Klzlttlww J. 0'Reilly. Louis J. Celentann. ,lulln C. Ross. John Y. xll'lXf'l'Ililll., Joseph l'. Ltllllllllltl. Walls-r .-X. llynvs. Wilfrid .l. lfagen. Jaunes A. ltgan. linln-rt L. Gunnison. l'z1trir-k nl. liirwin. Pc-te-r lf. Quinn. LB., CLASS '40-C BACK ROW-Yivtor J. Kadri. Charles lf. lfisenmann, Benedict H. Liuzzu. John D Hurley. Philip J. Byrne. John T. xltblliillilll. Yinvent Nl. NJCEIIQIIIPY. Julin YY. Georges John J. Allen. SECUYD HOW'-Thmnas A. Cernun. l"ran1'is J. Savage. Jmnes F. 'l't't'YLlIl. Tlmnias Nl. Ci1I'I'llllf'f. Peter ll. Rooney. Julin C. lie-line. Robert Xl. Nlmniey. Juxnes A. Ziegler William S. Slattery. Hallock Xl. Neslle. lleraral F. O'Cunnur. FIRST ROW'-Juines J. Crowley. l'1l'lWilI'tl W. Luvin. Jljllll J. Kelly. Hubert J. Lawson Cerulcl l'. Butler. Robert U. Berner. Jllllll W. Sc-ott. Hmvurcl ll. Henson. William J Lunergun. Hzlylnmld W. C0l't'UI'i.lIl. lleynulml C. Kurth. CLASS '40-D BACK ROW-Hubert A. Tighv. Edward ll. Can1illnm'c'i. Lawrenve J. Hartnett. Arthur J. Brady. Donald P. Nlonaghzm. Andrew C. Norton. john C. Braue. Harold lf. Piazza. SICCUYD HOW-Arthur Wi. llellmck. ClC'Il1C'tll A. llayen. lfnric-0 J. Cipularu. Rohert A. Kleinniann. Lawrence J. Lamlolfe. James B. Joy:-0. Joseph A Marin. Edward .l. llillun. Harold E. Kenny. Joseph E. Healy. Rllylllflllil J. Finn. FIRST ROW'-,lohn J. Nlickelsen. Franc-is X. Smith. Stephen F. Leonard. Edwin ll. ,lavksoin Patrick F. O'Dare. Joseph A. Nlc-llmnwll. William A. Halligan. Thomas J. Nlr-Curl. George A. Nicholson. William J. Witt. CLASS '41-A HXCK HOXX-Jullws J. Nlurrisscy. l'1I'LHl1'iS ,l. Rwlrxlmlml. l'xI41llll'iS X. Nll'I,l'l4lllllU Nit'llHI2lS Hyun. ,IUIIIPS P. Hogan. tLl'lII'Ql4' I". llzlrilulldi. ,Iulm W. Kildllff. Tllmllzlf U. IQPIIUP. W illinm l'x. HFTIIPS. Petvr Nl. Uzuvy. IAUX'I'l'Ill'l' K. xIllI'I'LlN. VHIIHII RQJXY-l'1l'll!ll'iS CUIIIIPIIY. john ll. ililnmn-. ,lnlm lf. Finglvlun. Jann-s S lima. John F. xll'C2lH'I'0f. John 5. HOIlIlt'SSf'f'. Juscph Nl. llullvn. lfclumd J. Carroll Izlzgvrw P. Hamle-5. lhmnus I. 112811. FIQCOND HOW'-Hulwl't C. Wwigyvr. Holn-1'l 5. Stewart. Louis J. De Hmm-. john ,I vm-kvrle. John T. .-Xrm-hilwuld. Jann-S lf. Fvully. Jmm-s J. Clark. l'iI'ilIll'iF ll. Hyun will. . . . , . , . lillll .-X. xll'l.illlQllllll. Pvtvr ly l,llQllII1'lI1'. ln-fmrgv l'. IXUITIQRIII. VIHFT HOW.1Iilllll'I't V. Hiffkrv. Uanim-l J. Hnlluml. vgvilliiiI!1 H. Hanley. Hugh ll Murphy. Us-rulml J. Bmirw. Eduard J. llc-vmle-5. fin-11114 5 M465-mg if i. CLASS '41 -B I KKK ROW-VI'iIIar1I 'If I.uflus. llmmld W. Hope-r. Ifxluvrw I". I"itzputrim'Ii. Iffixsald I Ihni-. :XIIN-rt ,I. ITLIIDILIIII. VI'IIIium II. IIyzln. ,IuIm .I. XIc':Xxuy. .Iumn-s XI. 'I'Ic'l'null NI COND IIOVII-VI'iIIianl II. WQIHI. YIQIIIIIIILIS II. 5ImIIs-y. IIl'l'IlLlI'lI V. I'Iuurutty. llulwn I Nlurmu. Iiulwrl C. SIIIIIIIRI. Iluum- 'I'. IRIN-mln-rgf-r'. ,Inhn 'If U'Ilgm-. YIIIIUIIILH I . - . v . . , . Iran. I lIlf'9IlI IL. PIISIHIIVX. IXuIIu1'v .I. Hnmrull. In-mrfI Iv. Hummvl. lluwplx NI. Xvr III'I5'I' RIIXYY-,IUSGIJII X. NIuIIr-11. ,Iuhn MI. Rf-im-rt. VI'iIIium II, Ilupf. XYIIIILIIII I' vrn. I':1IMilI'lI If. Hvmld. ,IUIN1 ,I. Fugurtull. .IHIIII I'. IILIIHIX. IIuymumI I'. IIIU Ix Ilerif- I'. Higgins. .IuI111 ,I. Nw-surl. I,wmL1rcI X. I'IriwIvI, 'N CLASS '41-C llXl:lx llUXX-lleurge W. Halnee. l"ran1'ir X. Quinn. ,lilllll J. C1lXLlllilllQll. llunalml NI lilmek. james P. Nlalxafley. Peter J. Flanagan. linlwert J. Blake. ,lnsepll 1. lYAmlre'x c 'I lwrnas .l. W llillvy. l.awrenr'e W. l'mu-rs. Nliellael .l. llnran. 'llllllll ROW'-Charles C. Bergen. lfranvif J. Meehan. Julm J. Cillen. Luuis A ljpprnan. liulmert ll. Cutter. Cerarcl J. K1-llf-y. :Xllwrl G. .'xlll'lllSUll. llllyll li. Greg' Lannllus .-X. U Lonnell. James J. 3ll't.0lyiUl. Slfliflxll Rflxx.-l'iflNZlI'Cl J. Nlc'Um'ern. llaniel .-X. Ryan. Charles Y. lllanagan. llulvel T. Doyle. William J. Gleeson. Tlmrnas A. Cronin. 'l-hmnas P. Castello. john F llarclner. James J. Franz. David J. Nleflregnr. Hulbert L. Bryan. FIRST ROW-Riellarcl W. Mic-hels. John S. Nlullmllanml. Eugene F. Boylan. Len J llic-key. lldwarcl J. Tiglle. James F.. Cotter. CLASS '41-D . . . - , . . I UIK Rfyxx'-xyllllillll J. 0 SllLlllQllIll'SSf. liolmxwl .l. xlllfllllf. ,ILIIIIUS lyryur. lm, J Us l0l'lQ'llI. jusvph In Ixmlue. ,lulnes Nl. Post. lxngvr ,I. lhmmlly. Nurlx-rt J. f1'lll'Pll1 lmlmf-rl 1. Plmllc-. THIRD HOW-Julxles L. Ilanv. Ifllge-110 F. Currxxurl. Nnlwrl :X. Cm-liao. 'xfllllll' xis. l3I'uflfm'1l I". Fvgruine. tLl'UI'g1l' H. xllflilllllj. Junws l'. Nlunsilvlcl. 'Hmnlus X Iulnn. NILlllI'l1'P T. Hnrnett. Joseph fy. l,lam'x'. NICONIJ NOW-I"ram'is X. Uiggianc. Haymmlfl Cl. llillle-lwunlcl. 1.1-0 ,I. Us-sale I llrivk ll. Nluriurly. Tllmmls I". lzllllfflllill. lilazxrlus ,l. H11-lm-fll. CIIZIIILKS If. Rvdfmml X lllialm J. ?44'l11w111Pr. David L. IJUIILIDIIIU. liliflilil if. Slllilll. .lusvph XI,12'1'llPll1 IIHSTI, ,V . .. Y,. . , . NNY-13111111-I I. fflllmm. Paul J. ll nur. .Klfurnw N. 5114-vu. 11112145 lnllrldzlgfcf. -I J CLASS '41 -E I3-XCR ROW-Ifflward lg. Meyer. john J. Curtin. James F. Deane. l"rum-is J. Xeitur. Thmnus lf. Ryan. Edwin J. Connully. Hiehurd J. Fhary. William L. Culhy. Xin-lor C. Carhurini. SECOND ROW'-Thf'JI1lHS D. Hughes. john R. Meehan. Charles :X. Wurml. John J. Owens. Thmnas NI. Feore. Joseph 17, Spencer. Richard T. Nhmney. Junles T. Doyle. 17111111-is Y. lfidlllilllll. Peter Westerhelcl. FIRST IZOXX4-11.11111 NI. Burns. Juhn Y. Murphy. L0u's P. Cuppelli. .luhn V. Kiely. Bruno Y. Nlariani. George J. NIm'Crain. .lusepll T. Henry. Harry .I. Cannphell. James H. lirumllex. Ifuuene H. Fuuant. ffuuene V. Ruin. CLASS '42-A llxfllillflxxw-Eflfllllllfl 5. Quinn. John H. Wilson. liivlmarml rf. Austin. 'Nllwrl ll. ffllonnor. John P. Tully. Williann J. R?llllP. llvnry l'. Sl'llllI'll. Jumvs Nl. lv-um'. Jznnvs ll. Nlonavo. 'lwlllllll ROW'-Denis J. lxxlllly. llolwrt F. Flinn. lfrnm-is P. KZCTUSLI. Tllllillllf lf. 0'Nlf-ara. l':IllZlI1llPl N. Fiore. Jxllllllllly J. X iviani. John 'lf Kearns. fxlllllilllf' J. lhm-5. Hivllard J. Ryan. John J. Lloycl. Emil Nebiolo. John lf. lforan SECOND ROW'-Wlillianm Nl. Aylwarcl. John F. Alnlmrose. lfngene A. llulnrv. Nlulhius -. - v. Y. . - , Y . . . ll. We-lclem. L. Russell lrlllK'I'l. John J. Nilllllllll. hrlxsarrl l. Llf'l'l'illl. bunmnl 5. Santangelo. John C. Erwin. Thomas J. Sharp. Thomas H. Kelly. I-'IRST HOW'-Joseph Y. Kanowitz. Theodore C. Ili Blasi. llrenclan J. Compo. :Xrlhur F. Murray. John H. Nleskers. Hoc-Co T. Palagano. Holvert J. lfustac-P. Holler! A. Donnelly. CLASS '42-B BACK ROW-Robert B. Ford, William H. Fennel. Lawrence R. Fata. Robert E Flanagan, Harold J. Schneider, Joseph A. Marano, John J. O'Connor, Kenneth J Lambert, Richard J. Wagner John J. XIcPeak. Hugh E. Mulligan. THIRD ROW'-Wvilliam F. Wvittreich, Robert F. Brady, John J. Cilloon. John F Mclieown, Bruce A. Petretti, George J. Smith. James J. Hamilton. John E. Clarke Joseph A. Padden, Joseph A. Fischer. SECOND ROW'-Frank E. Haugh. Eugene F. Lyons. Thomas B. Finn. Herbert R. O'Brien, Thomas J. Howard, Joseph E. O-Neill. Eugene D. Hickey. Robert F. Kelley. Joseph B. Cassidy. Kevin D. McAllister. James U. Comerforml. FRONT ROV'-Michael J. Davis. Jeremiah Nl. O'lieefe. George H. Benskin. James B. Loughran. Richard F. llazzari. Arthur F. Ureenheld. Joseph Nl. Mansfield. Joseph R. White. CLASS '42-C YXCK ll0Ww1TlllTIIlLlS ll. Collins. Tlllblllilf lf. llyam. ,Ianws U. llvxlin. llvnry ,l Claim. Josvpll 5. l'vrillu. lfflwarcl ll. l,ym'lx. .lunws lf. lgvllilll. lfllwarml J. ljllllltllil lidlllllllll J. cyilllllllllf. ,Xclulpll J. lfml. l,uwrr'm'c- ,l. kl'1'llllIl. lqlllllll Rfjxxl-,liil!If'S .l. llrully. l'ic'1'r'v J. l"llzg1-rulml. 111-urgv ll. vlllllilllli l'1llQl'IlP JK HllfSL'll6. Michael U. He-rzing. Nlatthess Xl. l'lllZQI6'I'Lllfl. julm J. 0'lievll'v. Curl XY Brand. lfclward .-X. Farley. Jerome ll. Nlalgvv. 'xfllllll' J. Cusxhly. l"rum-is W. Nlfcilflllf Qlfllllxli llllxx'-l':llQf'lll' ,l. Rl!'l.l'llllilllS1'I'. ,lnlm ,l. llullzlvy. William .l. xllllll4'f l'1I'ilIlClS Nl. liie-rnan. llmlrr- l'. Korn-rlyi. Wallvr 'lf llulligan. llurry .l. llnylv. Holm-rl F. Nlullin. Janne-S J. Murphy. Gerard ll. 1.01-kswml. Ilivluml j. Conlau. l'Alll5T HOW-Williurn Nl. 5llLlW. lfzlnurfl ll. llnylv. l,uxsre-m'1- K. Fillxzl. .lzunvw l fyllllllilfllll. CLASS '42-D BACK HOW-.-Xlfrerl C. Daniele. W'ilI'l'l'Il C. IM-nning. Williann J. Nlorun. John A Palumbo. Joseph P. Heirs. Gerard Ii. Bourke. Iloherl If. Nlulligun. N invent IJ. Liuzzo Leonard J. Curtis. William T. Iiammerer. JoI1n XI. Iflynn. THIIIIJ HOW-Joseph Y. Malek. IIUYIIIUIIII J. Walsh. 'lihonms fl. llilmey. John J Klcilardle. Ifdwzlrfl J. Galeno. Lionel II. Lee. I:l4'Ildl'II I". Sprenger. John P. Nlnrphy John KI. Roche. John Il. McDonough. Thonms ll. Iiladel. 'Iihomus J. Hyun. SHCOYIJ ROW-Thoxnas S. Perkins. John A. 'liI'll'l'Il'SIiI. Nilyllltlllll XI. fIllIIilQIli'l' James N. Neger. Lharles In. ffunnon. Pram-is X. I.uu-llv. I'Jl'2llll'IS J. Harlow. Harm C. Mulholland. James Y. Carey. Thomas J. Kevgmi. John J. I'IanelI. I FIRST ROW-James XI. Fwuyne. Charles ll. Lamont. John Liltlelielml. Arthur J Nlmlclox. .-Xlexamler J. Feely. Iiolmert I,. I'un1'r'wi. GRAMMAR SCHOOL FACULTY Xin: ff 1 0 L xnxx IH-:urn fgkf c.L AI' ffxp 1 f I W I 1 '7cS'n..v.ib IQ!-my Z 'wx X. 'X xx M G AB MA X HOOL 1 A x A ' , K K ,-- x "A , A T N, , . . , I 7 N. -3 I X" 1'ygf'N.' V1.4 , A -"' 1 A. I ,-1 K' ,f ff' Y , , lf f , , 4 I 7 fy ,I Q '. W ' I ' , . . . 'A J ff W X ' ., ,,PS x 'Q-M. xy Y A ,K 1 NI. V 7 '- . q2f5lfr f A - X K . L ' f ' H ' .Jf 1.--d' ' "" x . ,Q- kf 1,1 1 3 : 51, ... 5 i A-f"' Y NN A LJ L1 L - iv? ' '1 A x ! LX A X n - . Ny K V. X Av- .- 1. , A if 1 ' llxtt bY P K4 I I X . 47, ' 1 . , sp, xv'f1A1.' I .N 1 x x,,f Q. -' ' ' K X" 'Q' f ,f W WAND, 'Zu n A A ' gx Q 1,5 if ' ' , V xbj X ' V .Y . 77 ' J , ' X X xxkxil 3 AI. J -If .- yr --XX J , M x -- ,, , , I ,K - . 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EIGHTH GRADE I 1 t autumn IIIIIPIPPII .11nI11t11111s e11fI1tI1 f'r'1de 11111tI1s filed tI1r1111UI1 II11 f11n1I1 1r p11rt1l 11 OLIIII bt NIIKIIHCI Our f11r1n111st 11I1je1t1x1 at t 1 une ISHN o ll 1 IP 11111 IN 111112-1t11I 11 uN 11yy 11 s . . 1 1' Pt t1.1 .y1 III,INIf'fi It 1111111 .N 111 N NN 1 N . set foot o11 FFCNIIIIIHII soil DIIIIIIW the IZIFIW part 11I the 1e1r yse y1eI111n11d FI'ElIIClb Xyers 111d ,IKYUIIIP 1y1r1 TI1eNeI111y pr11x1 to I11- Hood IIICIKIII a111I plea 111t LOIIIPJIIIUIIN IIS year the tl'lII 1'ra11 1 1.1111 yy II II 1 130 y111e r.1 e 1r11111f1t Ill r 1 IlII'I 1I 1I11II.1rN 1 11111 . lr 1N or Il 1 QLIIOOI The ysorlx of XICLJIIII ZIIIII I.1dL0IIIIll deNeryeN spe11.1I LUIXIIIICIICIZIIIUII V81 eagerly look forysard to our rusard the Bear Ilountam tr1p II11 n11dter111 exam- ployed t11 I1e 110 QILIIIIIJIIIIV' block for most of IIN TI11 Tl su IN y1er1 II 1 to t IC standard set In PTQXIOIIQ IIZIQQCQ rt 111r 1a 111111 IN .1N t If 11-- 1 1111111r NIIIIQIII. 111 11Ne 1'1.11n111.1111nN I3r11t11-r 11111 ays1e111e, 1111r 1r1n111.1 I1 Il r1t11I.1t11I us 011 our hne QILIIICXIIIICIII II1 1xp11t to I1etter our 1n.1rI1n11nNI11p 111 IIIIC Sports held tI1e1r usual s1111ndary pI.11'e III our LIIITICUIIIIII NIoNt of o11r foot 1a was played at IIOIIIC ainonff ourselxes Needless to say 1t .11 ed n11tI11nff in rou' IIIICWS and tou1fI1nesN AItI1ou1fI1 1111r I11 I.etI11Il QIIIIIICI dld not IIIPINUTQ up t11 Iz1Nt y1.1rN Nt.1nd.1rd, yy1 enjoyed .1 SIICLBQSIIII season just the same B1otI1er John I11 fl I1 mans d1d il QPICIICIIII job at COHCIIIIIU Around the end of January yse suffered a IIIIN fortune bw IOQIIIU' Brother ,Iohn as o11r prefect He ysent back to h1N former poNt of Prefect of DIQCIIDIIIIC at the NIZITISI Tfdllllllff Lenter ln Tyngsboro, 'NI.1ss LIICItI' II11 ffuldance of Brother IWTZIIICIS lVI11h.11 I, 11ur neys prefeet, we expect to I1 1ye a 1'11111I IINC 1.1 IEIIII 111 11.1t111n 11N111N 11111111 Il 1 ll 11 N111111 1111 11 11.1 .1 1s.1yNt1 1 some of our best 'IIIIICIPS Hoyyever, 111 spite of thls loss, excellent IlI3I.t'I'ldI 1 111 PCTSPCCIIXC The add1t1on of Donovan, Ayers and the lIlVlIIClbIC OIIXCTI t11 39s r11oI11es, should spell d1saster to 111ost opponents WIIOQ WIIO ANIUNF TIII- FIIANINIXR IR IDI 'ITIS NIU5I' LIIxI1IX TO QI LCIID NIOSI' I OI LLAR IILSI' 5PORI III-NI' WIIITI-R III-SI' IIIIINQI-Ii BLST SII-XIxI'.R III I IIINT BX:EB-ILL PL-XXLR HUNT OBLIGING NIUNT NCHOOL NIIRIT MOST IIILIAIIII- III I0 II II NNII-NT BKNKLIBALL PLXXLR XI IH JR HI OIIT STI IH -XTIIILII1 first I 111111 1 UI R dill! 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I NI st S-e Annie 'l'11nigI11 Q-Y1ffIfff.."ff.."ff.ff...11115 . .Zi 111111111111 .... .......... . ' - 1 - A1'111.sN .. ........... All I1 Y' '1I I'III.wlIbI.NI ........ I I.Ll1'11IllIl1' 5 . . . ' .. ...... J. 'S WIA! 5111 111 1:-1'111,N :xr ....,,. Bl -s . C11"l.I1Ii '1'111.1N '11111 ...... Artl I. - Byers RICHARD .lAffQl'l'iS ALDER And the words to say it are summoned readilyf FRANCIS STANLEY AYERS Ayers But the man worth while is thc man who will smile Di Carlo when everything goes dead wrongf, Rlf1ll:'lRD LUCKER IXYERS hhveryhody likes and rospcrts a self-made manfi Alder Cllllill ROBERT ERNEST CVLLIN 1101105 MCenius does what it must. Talent does what it canf, GERALD JOSEPH DI CARLO Wfhe happiness of life consists in labor." .IUHN THOMAS D0l,l.0Fl" 'gwho does his best his circumstances allow, Does well, acts nohlyg angels could do no moref, ARTHVR JANIES DONOYAN HA gentleman. . . and what's more a true Mountaineer? I'Al'I. THEODORE FlSfillER "The winds and waves are always on the side of the ahlest navigatorsf, Donovan 1'iSCll6l' ARTHUR 'l'l RBl'SII CfXl.l.lG.-KN "Rich with the spoils of nature., JANIICS JOSEPH GARIB,-Kl.Dl "Mighty of heart, mighty of mind., Calligan "That which the mind grasps well is written clearly' 9 It is easy enough to be pleasant when life flows by like a song: 1 3 NORMAN JAMES KIQNN "You cannot dream vourself into character. you must hammer and forge yourself one." WILLI.-UI JOSEPH KOHL, Jn. Thoughts are mightier than strength of handfl Garibaldi Kenn Lacombe RAYMOND YINIIENT l.ACONIlll': Uwe have never found at companion that is more eompanionalilef' 'IAIIUNIAS ,lflslfllll NICK.-INN 'Tm not a politician, but my other habits are good." .IOSl'll'll LAWIRENCIQ NIAIIINO Alanna as My heart is true as steelf, DONALD PHILIII' MARTIN ss IIECTUR A RNIAND XIAR IQZZELIA Reading! maketh a full mang Conference a ready mang Writing an exact manfl Good health and good sense are two of life's greatest blessingsfl wl1.1.1.u1 JAMES Nll'R'l'Y Muffy .L .I ERUXIE DANIEL OLIYERI He is never less at leisure than when at leisurefl Principle is ever my motto. not expediencyf' ROBERT KENNICTII SCIIENKEI. lt is not what a man gets but what a man JAMES CALVIN WARCO Oh! What may a boy within him hide, Though angel on the outward side." n IS. Oli veri .llaruzzella Schenlfel ,1...g...,-,---- Aw W 151, Z 1 , x iff, , Q A , A V Q V W' W V 1 V P . 3 -my an , if 'ff W: 1 , wc, yi -' fl mi ,, W , If 'iaf ,. rf 14 W J 4 up W Q, ,T t 1 . ' Q N Kia , . F P 4' 1' f 3 ' A Y 4 r v f Y . V , , yy . I l-,i,,. 0- , " 'Nl , X .,. , , wil,- x " L .51 , ,. V J , ,W A- . w If f 5- f- k,- f , ,LA Any, 15 ,WJ 4 1. T V -SX. if , .f ',g.3.3,7 A . 4 V -y bv.:- A .L f ' If 1 up Q ' 5 f. Q 1 Qu fa M 2 A ,, , 5 y 'I , V 57 5 HN, 'F zz .' - 1 ,, .. F? :z"f.5.gf 5:13:1- .gxf . .G 5' I 1 , 5 'S ' I W B4 A 'E SIXTH GRADE BACK ROW'-Yvilliani J. Molloy, Joseph 5. Hillen, Cliarlvs F. Bovinv, Robert Kirk William Y. wry. Louis IJ. Orazio, Frank ll. Nlaruzzc-llu. Tlllllll TTOWY-TiTi'll1lTll J. Nlaylamlvr, Stanley T. Culligun. Franklyn C. lirawlvy Yinvent H. D'Arista. Wvalter L. Dougherty. Robert P. Nlcxeely. Henry L. Charlton SECOND ROW'-John P. NICQl18dt'. Leonard P. D0 Ronia. Mir-Inu-l J. NlCCe0 liclwurll L. Liguuri. Donald T. Calligun. julin W. llvurn. Charles lf. Graf. William J. Cunsidine. FIRST ROW'-John Paul Frank. lluliert J. Slllllll. Edwin A. Nlullny. lfranvis A Flllll. llulwrt Nl. Grav. FIFTH GRADE B-XCR ROW'-lyiblllillil' O'Grady. xxillikllll F. Morris. Rudulph l.. Uigrliu. Roy H. Nlfwke. Thmnus If. NlI'DUI1KlllgIll. julm C. Cuulidgv. Hluurcl lf. Hk'yllill'l'iS. Hilylllillld I". lm T1lllfllt'llll. john J. flurilvuldi. SI-.COND ROVQ'-fhlclrew Axitalrilv. ,IZIINPS G. R0l1iFl'llllIlQ. ,ltbllll lf. Stark. Edward limlgvrs. Slunlvy l'. Nh-Uinnis. U1-uryv li. Helrisr-llllug. Holla-rl X. X illamlrv. Lawrvnu A. Hewitt. FIRST ROW-.-Xxlgm-ln J. lfzalu. William l'. juvkxxxarl. lfulviun l"im'4'. TIIUIIIHS I' W halen. John J. lzlzzvtli. FOURTH GRADE KKK HOW'-:Xllwrt PUIIIIUI, Holm-rt l'1l't'lll'll. XILIIIIIPI CilI'1'iil. Hil'lllld U1 Xlulmf J 11111 l'arrell. Ihllllllli XXHISI1. IJUIIIS xlllllllll1'. lxrnest Nl1.tl1A Hula NICONIJ KUXY-lluniel Nlmun-. Nlaum Xalvnlim-. Nic-lm' lfurlin lmhml life xlllllll' jukulwk. Ruin-rl Graf Hlww-ll Fnnlixh lfmm-iQ U X1'i-l'1 . ., .-.. 1 , .g. QFT IKOWA-Jllllll 0.111 ulx. I'l'illl1'lS Umnlf-X. Il!t'l'I'P TCIIPLIII. Nnlwll U XII ll lwmi 1 wrnm-r. SECOND AND THIRD GRADES BACK HOW-Jnsvph Calffwy. Waltvr Harrison. Joseph Hepp. Paul Yillaudre. Sl-IIIOND HOW-Willizlnm Yun Ripe-r. Rogf-r llurrnivr. Ftanlvy Fustvr. Janws Nlurgan .Inu-ph Hmvurml. Ffllllk Uillvspiv. Thmnas Kivl. VIKONT Rf,XY1I'vI'LlIll'iS Nlurtha. Tilllflihf' Smith. Hubs-rl Xlumtla. William Byrne .Mugs-lu lYgXrnnrv, jnsffph Cannon. ,A .L I 5-,ff x 'fi-. --ar R. U-if-f Mi!! Ja Nc- J J ..,, CFIX ITIEb . VV? WN I QF - 'A' . ' ' ' - YQ, A AK , V X Q 1 1 i V 1 N Y' K' V., 1 , . f' - Y " 3 . , og ' ' 6 X X 1. if 'xii , .sd SL x I ,,.f 'M f, 1, - fy ia., ' Yr I X-V ' 4 f V 4' 1 f , I 'f AQ X dk 111 1 ' . Q 'j L M . .Q 'V " A, Sig., ,. , ..w .X . P , nil ' cf' if Q - ' u ' K W' 572 if W UL. X' , rw'-14' Ji, ' A . ' 'P f - fl' " I -.4 "2-S"-f .f 1 W, mY ' I Wi 0.31 , J 'I 3 - A f- 'W K. -.-'s ' ' ' "1 .' I M JH - -' ,I lv: , lr ' x..,'..3, 6' ip", ' it ' 1. I !1'klJI!l , ,, 'I t I V I I 1 r ' 'w UN AINEER JOHN L LEWIS JAM:-S M Cnosw FRANCIS X DOHERTY Edztor Ln Chzcf JOSEPH A. GANSERT JAMES M. VVALSH JOSEPH A. TRACY Sports Editor STAFF -' 1939 un Klum JOHN I' lun A?9lSf!IIlf l'1l1tur hXXlIs,l BH AL -isszstrnzl lwllmr nl Rlcnum A BOLHRI- XXIIIIAXI x in ox X A Q , 1 Wx pg: j ,AAA mpg jm Q C. NIl1.1.Hr: Juuis D. HIKIKPIH' 3 ' ' ' " V 3 x V A X x t V ' 'l'. REM: rn ju :Q ,-X. ll ,ml"1'l F J BLIRM. J. P. Fuxx J, P, TRACY Assistant frlztor Editor Sports THE TOWER After four years of silence the school monthly periodical resumed publication last October but under a new dress and caption. The former Cold and Blue, a magazine made up largely of sketches, stories, and essays has been supplanted by a four-page newspaper devoted to such items of news as may be of interest to the students and their parents. The Tourer, so called by popular choice, editorially proclaimed its aim in the opening issue, under three heads: lt to further stress the absolute neces- sity of religion in any form of education, 23 to serve as a medium of greater union and common understanding between the classes, 35 to supply entertaining reading. The choice of John P. Flynn as first editor-in-chief was indeed a judicious one. Assisted by Francis J. Beirne, this editorial board of two has been in no small mea- sure responsible for the high standard already attained by The Tourer. The long hours spent in preparing copy, arranging the dummy and reviewing the work of the staff, before the monthly deadline, were always given with a smile. The two Senior news hawks, Bill Kearney and Jim Crowe, were ever on the alert for items and hap- penings of interest about the campus, while John Duane, Robert Hickey, Francis Connelly, and Francis McDermott were always on the job in their reportorial capac- ity and will be well able to carry on next year. Sports were covered by Joe Tracy with the help of Neil Cleary and Wally Stokes. Joe Kanowitz and Gerard Bourke were later added to the staff and jointly conducted the column of interest to the Freshmen. Warren Murphy was truly the unsung hero of the enterprise for it was he who battled with the typewriter month after month. Perhaps the most popular feature in the publication has been the 'tLookout" which was inaugurated by Francis X. Doherty. All the tidbits of school life found their way into this column. He certainly succeeded in his aim of maintaining a potpourri that kept many a student uneasy lest some skeleton in the closet should be exposed to public gaze. Sports Editor Tracy also conducted a special column in the Kieran style. Joe's writings therein have certainly promoted the cause of good sports- manship at the Mount. After trying his hand at poetry, Francis Savage finally found his medium of expression in the personality article which, each month, signaled out some character of the school whose achievements merited this recognition. The inter- ested reader was treated to a view of boarding school life by ,loc Horgan who gave many an interesting slant on resident student life in his "Borderline", 340777 received W. Sroxss F. SAVAGE I' Dun 4 , , . Y A 1. ,, 4 .4 f 1, ,. ..- .V ' I. ,.q,,, , if .. , J 1 , i L e ff" yy vu I il K mi . u , .9 E f 'x 4 4" l Vu? l iv . I ' 97.1 i P h ,?5"'E,i +L :fs x r . ff N lv S Q E 6 " 0 A - E It In 57' v vw f. 9' if 9 'QW' 1 .: ' 5' il. . irkkktfw-M A 1 t A -' ' Q2 ' .vb I 10.58 Ill! 'FE ma ?l ' 4-N.. if 7 rs L, ww . A.,.,Nm-, Q13 , 'SM Xl, W 4 lfmxrzis X. Iloniiicrv S O D A L I O F T H E l,l'I'!!'If Jonx P. l"1.viviv First Assislunl Prefer! ,. . . Tn oxus B. I lox N ELLY sI'I'1I7I!1 ,ffxsislunl Prefer! In BLESSED VIRGIN The student organization at the Mount which is most active and most representative of the student body is undoubtedly the Sodality of the Blessed Xirgin. True to the tradition of past years. this year saw an additional one hundred and thirty-two new members invested as Socialists on the feast of the Immaculate Conception. This is probably the largest enrollment of new members sinee the asso- ciation was first established at the school. If we hear in mind that the membership is purely volun- tary and in all cases restricted to those applicants who have been deemed worthy of this privilege. this increase is most encouraging as it denotes a greater interest in Maryis service, the purpose for which the Sodality was founded. The activities of the Sodality at the Mount are strictly limited to works of a spiritual or eharitable nature. There is no social or recreational attrac- tion put forth in order to boost membership. The numerous attendance at the Thursday and Friday Sodality Masses, the loyal response to all appeals. even when this means generosity and sae- rifiee, the reverent attitude of all during the weekly conferences all tend to prove that the Sodalists are earnest and sincere when they assume their obli- gations and strive manfully to carry them out as they understand them. Speeihc examples of this spirit are not difficult to find. Let us limit ourselves to the Christmas collection for the poor, the splendid response to the appeal for the Immaculate Conception triduum, the piety and fervor manifested at the May devo- tions. The ahle guidance and inspiring leadership of Brother john Lawrence have contributed much to this spirit of enthusiastic generosity. It is only tit that in a house conducted hy re- ligious whose lives are especially dedicated to the service and honor of Mary, the organization of greatest import should he that which has for its object the honor and glory of Our lllessed Nlother. NIANIDINKQZ l'. Flynn. ,l. IIIHIIIU. il. Zrlrelli. f. ,iI1'll11n11x. fi. Iforfm. T. Kruefff. f. Hilrnx. j. Ill'r'l.'ey. nl. lxveurriey. UH, Burns. I", Perrfonm. sII1lN1.: R. liorsl. It . .llllfllhjl E. Hennessey. F, lluherflv. J. Trmy. f. Feure, S, Sharpe. DEBATINC The dehaters of Nlount St. Nliehael elaim no distinetion for the antiquity' of their soeiety. nor for a refined knowledge of the snhtleties of oratory or the nieeties of parliamentary procedure. They' do pride themselves. howeyer. in the faet that they haye aroused among the student hody an interest in puhlie speaking, Xloreoy er eon- sidering the short time sinee the first puhlie appearanee of Nlonnt dehaters it must he admitted that very' marked progress has been aehieyed toward the attainment of poise and self-eonfidenee and the mastering of the finer points of pnhlie speaking. The information imparted hy' Brother Sylyester to the effeet that there would he a dehating eontest at Dwight School was the spark that kindled interest in forensies. As a eonsequenee a team was entered which went to the semi-finals. Against the long estalilished dehating teams of other sehools. the performanee of sneh a feat was a moral yietory. Then eame Kew Forest. and Ft. liarnahas. ftritieipatioiis now look forward to meeting Manhattan College Freshmen. lfyander Childs. and Fordham l'rep. These should afford exeellent experienee. :X first dehate is not an easy' thing. as any of the eandidates will readily' ae- knowledge. To arriye at an understanding of a question so as to permit of exttnipora- neons disenssion of its seyeral aspeets is no trifle. lint a still greater impediment to good puhlie speaking is the matter of deliyery. The mouths of onr hndding orators did not always eontain the helpful pehhles of llemosthenes: in the early stages of the yznne they rather seemed to he hlled to eapaeity with the honlders of self-eonseious- ness. Step hy step. self-relianee was deyeloped. an easy flow til' words was ohtained until a most ereditahle array of dehaters had heen prodnr-ed. To a greater extent than most of the after sehool aetiyities, deliatinv prepares the student for after life. flood dietion and the alrility In express oneself freely and an-enrately are essential in all walks of life. 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The spontaneous burst of applause which greeted his final crash to the stage floor revealed how deeply he had stirred the emotions of the on- lookers. An impromptu skit of home composition entitled The Amalgamalezl Wailers, Trio gave a new and unexpected rendition of l101l'Il by lhe Old .llill Stream and Take Me Out fo the Ball Came by Perdomo. Cipolaro. and Cahill. The Clee Club had its usual choice selection of solos and choruses and the Gym Team elicited obs and abs as they built pyramid after pyramid. junior Show Not to be outdone by the Seniors and the Boarders. the Juniors are actually preparing an cveningis entertainment of their own. The two principal features will be a one-act mystery comedy. The White Phanlom, and a farce. :ln Irish Slew. These will be supported by singing. dancing. and other short acts. The time of the produc- tion has been set for the third week in April. The plays are already cast and in rehearsal since two weeks. 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Gerald Bovine, John Ijlfltffielrl, john Flynn. Richard lfirlgner. JOSc'1Jh -uflfflflil. Peter Ihrzvy. Vincent Staruci. Willizzrrz K1-hoc. Rocco Pulagano. SHCUXD ROW: Tinzotlzy U'.lIt'lIfll. Joseph Cassidy. Edzrarzl Carroll, jrunvs IIuz'11. Camillns Ulfunrn-Il. john Planell. ffurrivlins Clwzry. john Hennessey. Walter Burns, Jrmzes Pryor. FIRST ROW: .'lIir'hut'l Zurvllf. Elllrarll fflerlrin, Peter 1jll,L'Hl1!1ZiI', Uiuller Grllligan. uHIlfft'l1 Darn- hoejer. lfrrznvix Fnmn, lmnes Eglin, James Walsh. Frunris Kivrnnn. Arthur Kearney. HONOR ROLL ln nrcler to stiniulute greater interest in sr-lwlustir' emlenuvrs. and with il xiew uf granting to outstanding and deserving sturlents ai special clegzree of recognition unn- inensurate with their eflln-ts and uvhiexeinents. ti tlistinr-tiw umlrcl is granted lay thi- st-lnml. each month. to thuse huys who uhtain ut least 835 in eavh suhjer-t nf tht- vurriculuin. Boys who haue rec-eived this rlistinetiun nt lm-ust funr times appear in the- zu't'mnpaIiyiiig plmtugraplls. The fullmving is at list uf all the huys who have heen un the Hmmr Null this year. Since these results were rmnpilefl at the heginning ul' April. six is the nmxiinuni nuniher of times any hwy 1-unlcl haue lmeen on the Hmmm' Hull. li fl at fi ii Waller lf. Stokes .lwhn 5. llvnm-ss:-5 I't'lvr I", llngnntlzn l'1l'ilIlI'iS .l. lleirnn- Nlivlnu-l l,. Zim-lli llnlu-rt li. ill'llllt'Srl'f ,luhn ll. lfruin Wnlter U. lillI'IlS Willinni 'l'. lxvniin-y .luhn Xl. l"lynn .itnggt-ln lf. lfnlailnrin ii li ii if ,Inst-pli X. Xlnrnriw Vlillinni ll. llainlex l"i'z1n4'is X. lluln-ity ,lim-ply IS, llilvitly ,Xllwrl ll. Uillmnnn' .Xrtlinr ll. lxvnrnm' .luhn .l. Dunne tlnrnt-lills l". tilt-airy llnwu 'l'. llilztpzalim Xlilliann ,l. lxm-lnw Janne-s 5. llnxu lftlmml l'. tile-rkin .lfvsvpll X. Ylililff' l'il'illlt'tS Nl. lxiernun .lilllI4'S X. Egan llnln-rl lf. Ilgily llii'l1nr1l .l. Xxnyxim-r lxexin ll. XlvXllistmi .lnhn XY. lit-urges IN-le-r Xl. lhiu-x .Xrthnr ll. Nlnrrny ,lust-ph X. lxanimitz Xlirlnu-l .l. llniis ii li ii ll Vlitllfvllly lf. Uixlthlltl .lllllll X. Littleiielll 'liln-mltiw if. Ili lllasi lfilmml .l. tltn-i-ull .lnlln .l. l'lalnf'll liannillus X. Uilfuinim-ll ltnlwrt .l. l'1llSltll'l' 'I'l1.,mil, ll liqblqfllqy Jzunvs .l. l'rim' Iluln-rt 5. 5tt-xsurt l"i'ann'is lf. lfumn xXiill'l'l'll .l. llnrnlitwfer ltnlwrt X. Quinn luhn Nl. Ftolws Xxailtvr 'l'. tinlligun llnrry ,l. llnyli- XX illiznn lf. llnvlxt at RACK RUN: llivhnel llurix. Robert I'jllSlI1I't'. .-lrlhur Jlurray. mllberl 0'l.'onnor. John Kvzzrns. Willinni Hunley. John Georges. John Tully. Angelo Calabria, Joseph K!IHtI1l'flZ, Nugoxlr non: Roller! llaly. John lfririn. Rober! Hennessey, Thomux lfvhiiby. Kerin .Ur'.411ix!er. Wfrlirr Stokes, .l11l1lllllS Uveiden. John Stolfes, Robert Quinn, Robert .lI1'f.'11fIeri. HRS! IKUXYZ Frunris Ryan. John lluune. Frnrzfis Doherty. William Rrzekert, Thomas l,'oxlf'lfo. U illiam Kearney, l"rnnr'is Heirne. Robert Stewart, Harry Doyle, Joseph Trafy. lfraneis ll. Hyun X ineenl T. Staruei John l'. Tully James Nl. Vlvulsh Nlulliius ll. W1-iclen 'ihonius J. Vlhitliy -79 if -If Jolin lf. Anilirose llolurl U. llvrner lirunm-is J. Connelly' Junies Nl. Crosse Eflxvurll J. lluwis Viiairreii ll. Denning Louie ii. llc- llose Hiellanl gX. lie Sunil rlpllllllliii li. Donnelly Luurenee H. lfulu Joseph A. lfiselier john l'. lflynn lleorge lf. llurilvulmli lfrumris l'. llc-rosu llolverl xl. lloellz' ,luinrs Nl. lxeune Vlihonius ll. lx:-lly VvvL!llk'l' J. Nlulone John J. Oillonnor Jeremiah Nl. O'Keefe Harold lf. Piazza lfclniunrl S. Quinn lfrann-is J. lic-clniond Samuel 'lf Sanlungelo Henry l'. Sr-liurlz Jannes A. Sheppard 'X' 'X lfugene fX. Culure Joseph l". Cuzzulino l.1-onarcl J. Curtis Junies ll. Deane jon-pli xl. lluniolo lfmlixurcl l'. l'lllSllll.'l' Joseph ll. lfurrell John l". lforun X if-lor if. llurliurini 'llionius J. lloxsural 'lihonius ll. lm-hoe John J. l.loyrl llerurrl lx. lmvluxoocl l"rum'is XX. Xll'lilll'lllX l' ranivif X. Xl:-llerinoll Joseph J. Nainioli John J. O'lieeffe Daniel A. Ryan Thomas lf. llyau Joseph W. Feotl llieliurcl J. Sherry 'IE Jolln J. Allen James lf. llt'llilll George H. Benskin Carl W. Brand Robert L. Bryan John lf. Clark lliellurd J. Conlon llrenflan J. Coupe lfciward J. llexoney lfmrieis X. lilfllllllllll William ll. lfennel lfnianuel X. lfiore Nlalthew lfitzgerulcl l'ier1'e J. lfitzgierulml lilJlll"I'l lf. l"lunug'un l honius xl. lrlll!lQ'y' 'lilionias lf. Greene Eugene ll Hickey Leo J. Hickey Peter J. Him-key l"runeis A. Jules lfrunc-is X. Lavelle Thomas J. Lenihan John L. Lewis Louis :L Lippnmnn John lf. Nlc-llonough .'xI'll1lllA J. Nlumldox Williuiii J. Nlunley Junief ll. Xlonaeo llielmrcl T. Nlooney hilnurrl l.. Nloran 'lihonius J. Nlorun liolverl lf. Nlullin liuniel rl. Nlurphy James J. Nlurphy l'll'ilIll'l5 J. Nestor Joseph lf. U'Neill l'lrunc'is X. l'1-rflonio lluynionml l'. llizzo 'lhonus ll. Fhullei l". F1-oll Sharpe Xlilliunn Xl. Slum' . ,Q . ' "fi g gf-,I it f nv ,Qi General E.x'r'el1ence Religion Legion of Honor .llathenzalics English French SENIOR AWARDS The Reverend John T. Jordan Cold Medal for Excellence in Scholarship in the Graduating Class of the Academic Department is Awarded to FRANCIS JOSEPH BEIRXE The Reverend August Tapin Cold Nledal for Excellence in Christian Doctrine is Awarded to I-'RANI IIS XAYIER DOHERTY A Cold Medal for Excellence in English is Awarded to FRANCIS XAYlER DOHERTY A Cold Medal for Excellence in Science is Awarded to JOHN LESl.ll'i l.EW'lS A Gold Medal for Excellence in Mathematics is Awarded to FH.-XNfllS JOSEPH BIEIRNE A Cold Nlerlal for Excellence in History is Awarded to WINE'-'VS F- CLEARY WII.l.I.tXl 'rnmms mixnxm' Lllflll JOHN L. Luwis Svierzfe , , A Cold Medal for Excellence in Latin is Awarcled to WILLIAM T. Ixmaxiiy 11m,,fy cfmxiitu s riuxrls rilhxm' Fmxcis J. BEIRNE FRANCIS X. DOHEHTY JOSEPH A. TRACY ,X Q,-,lil Xlvmlul for l',xr'e-llc-iiiv Ill limi.-li is Xugiiwlvrl in lUFlfl'il AXLHXSII 5 THVN .X lmlnl Xlwlul lui' Ilia' l.t'UlfI!l uf lluiwl' in llilsr lwvurlli Xe-au' X 1- Xxxgilwln-il In ,IUSH'Ii .Xl.UX5ll S THU Y .-X lluld Nlf'fl2ll for thi- Li-gimi of llunur in lfluss l'iUUI'lll Ya-ar B is .-Mxalwlvcl In XXfXI.'l'Ifli .IIPSHVH XIAIMNIQ :X Culnl Modal for Iliff lklglilll of lluimr in Class lfullrtli Yvur C is fXxsu1'flPfl In lil MICK!-1 l'.X'liHIl K 1 XRIHJIJ. llw Nluunl Num Nlll'llLlPl Alllllllll .'xSFlll'lLlllHIl lgftllllt' Pllilllli' for Svlmul Spirit Ullm-i'c'1l In Ilia- Ftinli-nl nf llll' fiflltlllillillg lfluss mlm. iluriiig llis stay in High Fi-lmul. has manifested tlw Xlust .'xllLll'llIl1Plll und l,1ly'LllIf' In ilu- 54-lnml is .Xuarclvcl In .IHIIN l'If'l'Hll VIN NN Thi- lim-wmv Sl'l1Llt'l'l'l' Timplly. will-i'm-ml lu lliv Nlusl Xuluailrlv .-Xllllvte' in tllf llracluutiiig Class. is .-Xuurmleml hi JOHN liI.U.XIl XIlI,l.lfR llulcl Nlwlals fur llvpmliiiviil aml Sflwil Spirit aunuiig ilu' llcsiclviil Ftuilvuts nl Ilw High Fvliuul arc' :xWllI'fl6Kl In .lllllx .lU5lfl'll 4 qKllll.l, and HICIIXHU XHXIANIJ Ili. FXNTIS I.'I'l-IR J. Nlxmxig ,loin J. llXHlI,l. HICIIXHID VX. Ili: Suns fmgmri nr Hnnnr Ilwlmrtffzrrif Ilrpnrlrilwrzf Ill :.igxi-1 l'. lixizlmil I.: LIVIIVI if' llffwf Lmx l'. Iixxx fflzfml Spin! .linux Ii. Xli1.i.i-Qi: iffzfrfif ffzfrfli ,9 . A, "'Qr-'M ,, 'V lla lelvr ll. llI1l'l?.V f,Il'III'l! f. IIIIIJIAS rolfl ff. Piazza ll nllvr U. Burns falm-.s .I. lfgun ,luluz U". Ceurgvx GENERAL EXCELLENCE High School A Cold Mm-dal for I':Xi'PllClll'9 in Scholarship is Awarded in ear-h uf the Lndergxraduate Classvs of the Avadmniv Department as l"nllms's: XNAL'l'Hli GKUIHLICI IHVKNS. Ill A .l.-KNIKS Al.UYSll 5 1-QC.-KN. Ill li JOHN WILLIAM CEORUES. III II HAROID EICPINE PIAZXA. lll-D PETPIH NIAHTIN DAYICY. II A EIJW.-Hill .l.-XXII-IS DAVIS. ll ll 4.ANIll,l.l S AQI INAS 0'liUNNHI.l,. ll C2 ,IANIKS JUS!-IPH PIUUH. ll ll VICTOR CH,-XHLES GAHHAHINI. ll E l,'an11'llus fl. ll-COIIIIUII fanzes f. l'r-wlr lvirlnr C. fEllfll!ll'l.lIl' 435 , 1111111 T. Ixearnx 111547111 11. Ifr1s.w1f1y l'rf1m'1's ll. Kli6fII0lI JOHN 'I'llUNlAS KICXIRNS. lf.-X JUSlil'll HICIKN.-Xllll HXSSIIH. l li FH,-XNlQlS NlltIll1-Xlfl. KIICHNAN. I-if JOHN YINVHYI' l,l'l"l'l.lil-'Ilil.l1, l-IJ Grammar School A hold Nledal for lfxcellem-0 in Scllolarsllip in the Graduating Class of the Grammar Departnls-nl is Awarded to llfllilfllili lxlfNNP:'l'll Slfllr:NKlfl. A Silwr Medal for Excellence in Sc-hularsllip in the Grades uf the Grammar Svlmul is awarded lu ANGELU UHAZIU, SQ'U'Illll Grade- llfllllilfll Sxllllill. Sixlll Urallef Wll,I.I,-UI .lMIKNl.'XN. l"illll Grade- A Cold Nl:-dal fur Deportmenl and S1-lmul Spirit among the Resident Students uf the Grammar S1-lwul is Awarded in l'All1'l'llli0ll0lilI l"l5l'lllfll Robert Sllllilll ll'1'll1'1u11 fllfklllllll 1,0111 1. l"1'sc11cr l 'fb , at I 'u 1111111 li. I.1'll11'-1111111 Rnfwrl K. Sl'lll'Illi'l .'1lIyP10 Ilfllll-U I 3 IQ. LEGION OF HONOR Tho Nic-flat of the Legion of Honor is awartied in eavh Class of the High School and Urzmnnar Departments to the Student who has manifested the best School Spirit during tile entire year. High School WAl,'l'l'iN lfl.l.l0'l' STOKES, lil-A ROBERT IHNIJUN IIIENNICSSHY. Ill lt ROISIEIVI' ILICOIHZIC IIIQRNICR, Ill-lf JOSEPH ICDW.-KNIT HEAFY. IILD 'l'llONl,XS DONALD KI-IIIOIE. llf.-X EITLIQNIC l"RANt1IS Fl'l'Zl'fXTHIt'IK. ll-It U50 ,IUIIN HIt1Kl'IY. ll 42 JANIICS .IUSICPII PRYUR. ll 'IJ t, RICHARD JOSEPH SHARY, II-E .IUSEPH VALENTINE KANOWITZ MICHAEL JOSEPH DAVIS. LB HARRY JOSEPH DUYLE. IHC .IUHN NIATTHEW FLYNN. IfD Grammar School JOSEPH I.. MARINO. Eighth Crude RUHERT FISIIIIER. Svwntll Ilraulv LEON.-XRD IIE ROMA. Sixth Grade- .IUIIN I'0Ul,IIl1ll'I. Fifth Ilrmlf- HONORS IN SCHOLARSHIP 1 fHHOVtlll mr lll N uni m mu 1 ll I xv r HIGH SCHOOL X51' 'I I In I UN .nun Q 1 er u earx 9 vp 1 111 N1 X lll lm 1 er 1 J 'ir Je U mu ' 0 Ill Iilxnn 132 lzdssard J HenneQ ex 83 NH OND HONOI s Pvivr P P1 fum Sw Vi 11111111 Rommr H Imeph P1010 UTNPIIUQ F Down 82 W 11111111 J Bull Pr ul lll N L1 l 3 Tr lllll lon 19 Raxmond lx X01 t 48 Pllll P ull omi L glllllll 5 Illllll P 61111 CL-XSS 39 B law mn ne NI V211 1 IP 1 OINOPN a ter J 1 om 90 11116 mu? S9 mmm P Bl PN 438 0 p 1 1 LII Nlllllf' 86 Jo eph A fxamert on IUND HONORS John I IJCIFFIIIJILIIPI ol I L 1 w N 1 tl I lx I s um Xl mu PN lll m x 4 lpln 19 Ill 1 1 n x 1 I XSS x s 'I llllll SI-K UNH Homms rm: v f m nn QC 1 S I1 an 'il nu irnet 0 'une on 1 ' 1 Q nr' ll J 1011112 rr Ros fx NIUIIIOQ 76 Chflrle I O CUIIIIUI I CLASS 10 A IMS PRIII- W iltvr C Bums 1 II N1 HONORQ Walter I' 5l0lxCQ 90 N111 h 101 I I Il J ul 3 c JI Nlokcs 91 An e 0 F Q flblla 93 X mum SVITIII 93 ' A thur li lxvarnex 91 john H fic x JU I ls rd I n Nhmppnrl '39 Imnk X PPId0INO 66 Dum-I rl xlllllJhX Sw I IONIJ HONORS R hfud J Nr hc Ima X91 11 R1 1 KI 1 u s 1 I r ill 1 c UIHI Q n 1 xx m N 1 14 np! I mn m Th- " g Stz 1' gs l'4-pn-welll tl 1 avmugv ruling of tho stu lx SA w 'k pfv- vi1 S lo April Isl. They are- nut to lw 211-cvplm-ml as final marks for the s-I m 1 a Cl.: Sf 'IU-.X Cmss I XIZH-I'!l'1lIIt'iS J. Svi- 0 90. FIRSN H KORS-Wh' J. U1 I'IlhfPf, 91. l"rz1m'is X. Uulwrly' 93. ff l'IlI'lillS I". Cl ' I' 23. Jos I .-X. Travy 91. Xxvilliiilll T. Rt'Zll'Ill'f Ql. Rif-I. 'fl A. De .Qintis 91. Xfi 'z C. Hu'k I 91. STH J. 511. 1 dl. John L. L' 'iS IU. J I P. fii Y' flex- u. "1 J. , X PI., . J. V' 2323. C ' ., '. . '. v' 1 . g 2' . ,lol '. 'l1llHl'hUf. ' 1 C. Le N " . A' V. V 'S ' . z 1. Qual TH. Th as H. Walsh TT. Paul '. . ' TT. Dv' . P ' 'suit 75. C ., P . 2-.lax 'S . . 1 sl 90. I7 .sn H ' .J-W 1 . Nl.l 1 . Ja . M. C' ' 1' . Tl as J. I. nihan 39. Pet ' J. Him-k D' 1 . J S0 I T. Ott '36. William J. 31i'NZiNl2lI'Li 35. 1051 h R. Sl-I1 .' I , -7. M' I' 'U . 'f IQPI Q' J. Clvrkin 37. X.: lt-- . wl'nk' IH. ,I I .' . P1 'kl w' ill. .lulm A. Nlassvy ISI. XX-ill'l'Cll H. M '1 ll' UI. ,'Xlllll"N J. Nlll' " F . ,lol F. Nllllil'k'y 73. Joh If. Nullf 7f. Hil'lllll'1l A. 1.311111 76. lfdwurd ll. Muldoon 75, ,lnlm J. Cahill 75. l':llWill'd J. Cousin 73. C '39-C Cl., S5 I HMI-Th as lf. clI'l'Plll' 85. .' Ii .' X .'-Tlu as J. C4 llins HIS. jnhn W. La 'lor HSS. Hub:-rt X. OTH 101 825. Pvlvr P. C0ru..,i '32. 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Sl-.COIND HONORS I amw T Bulke bl R be-nt N P1 mhel 1 Jin S D ox L 1 fuQIax M Koppel 62 Wllllam VC Rqlllxlll 2 Wllllam NI Vivlul 19 Raxmond P1179 78 ullll 1mJ FIXUII H Ima-ph Nl Hmh 1 lmnu C Rlldljl hu 'Nlcholfwj Sheppflrd rr W1llvrP Bcmwtt 10 leonfird lx Sm-r-nu m xx nd lx ion 6 omcll se 1102 1 1 Il 1 IIITI' Whllf, 16 SIX! H CRADP F1 us PRIIF Robert J imuth 92 FIIST HONORN Stanley T FHHIPGII 91 Jo Pph N Hlllell 91 XIIICPIH H D xfl t1 89 Wllll3ITl,I COHQICIIIN 89 I1l'lllLlQ LX lata 08 C001 e D Downes sri F1 llllx H xI3Ill779ll3 81 Leonard P De Roma br xx lrd I L1 on U Lll 011110 81 Donald T C1111 an 86 Nllfh 191 J NIPFPP bw NH OND HOINORS John I 'llll I rmk 'H VC lllmm I Nlollm Huh nd I 1Vl'lXllIKlf'l nm f x X 1 lmln rt hlllx llu u III P ITC u dn Sl Hvmx I fhull I ox om Hearn 19 Iranklyn C Plmley 18 Wfiller L I u huty 16 Pdxxm A Ho ox 10 Holwrt P McNeelv ID IIFTH GRADE Klux Pl Wllllilll P ,lflfklllilll 9w II H1 ox ll s ohn I C mlnldl 9a Rmlol mm 1 1 VS lllllll , 1 N wx cu uf Xllltl mn is Siu 'I u M xlldllh Axltllulm 4 lilli Pl cor e vJ1Qc lun u ThomaQ Whllcn Fdxsnc c ll Pu e 1th 11 A Ll0,II1lldl7 I OURTH I li XDIH 'I I elm lmlm N OV N Ill ND Ill 1 0 lx r mc ll 1 ln 90 xllllllf 1Lu JP I Uunfilc X IQI wx Q1 1 UND HONOPS Robelt Flench 81 Nlaulo Y llentlm 1 XII I lull u ru 1 D -Nrwt 'I HIHD C lx XDI- N 'I I Atal If on s uv s nc n 1 Nm am 1 I I 5l10NIJH0N0liN vert mru If I1 N 4 2 1 1 Bum Sl ,Io mph Caffers 60 Pfltllck Cfllllll If SILFOND CR XD? ,ll I xxllllllll Y an lilpprl 1 H0 p ms N 10'NlJ Huxm N n mx mm mx lu 0 5' ' .' -'- 'I' 'Q . ' ' . 0 ,' ' 8 V. 2 10: . C J "ESI F. H ., , 'z . ' M' Fm., ., . . " T'. "1 "S ,. TS 2 15611 77, .. . f . ", 'L i. ' ' . . . '. .9 ' gf. lid 'z' v. Pear. T . R I ' J. Low' 73. ,lm I". M64 21 77. 1 y R. x I J fa: 1 3-Q -' . 1 'ff . s Y. ' . ff' . 'si , ., ,". "-..7 "., 'g,. '.'f"."z' . 1 ' ', . "'. Ed 'z ,. 'gn " 07. Lo 's IJ. 'uf '. . 1. 'gr f.1 'iz. .. ,y uf. fliy '.'- 2 Fi '4,. I "SIL 72' ,. .ix ' 323. Rfl 'rl M, Cray 83. F. Urvg nf Valsll HIE. , X V' " HIL Hnlwri lf. ' 'k' ' 83. ,lol . X Q a A 1' . ,. I 1 ' on 31. Char vs I". I3 'im' HU. ,I I XY. 1 '." .' ."a"".'. .J0g"".1"..lllY' I.. -:lzl-:- " 1 . " 3'. If L" H ff :S -1' ,. 11 ' z ' I', ll L. Ciglio 9?, ,ILIIIIPS C. Rvbis-hung 92. Hi 'a I. Nlrrrii 91. ROI 'l Y. xillillllllf 90. lil 'z 'i lf. R4-,I zvls 88. Th is lf. .' 1 'k 83. 'h mas ' l'lJUll0lIQll 2-38. .f H ' " a ' 1 98. SECOND HONORS-John Coolidge 81. Filbiilll Fiore 855. Umninicr I". O'flrzuly 32. Cl. ' fs H. Kfl Sl. C, g' R. R11-I g 30. . ' 2 1 TH, 1 1 'l Ro igfs 73. l g ne P. Sm' "'. . ngy . 'Q - 'f. 7 I .f I CLASS I nz -3 - Yi- ' 'K - ' 96. l'ilIi."l' H . 11:5-Du i-I Nm rv 96. Dv 'S Nlullauw 96. H4 ma Curmivr 91. Hirflulnl l'wl'Pi' 9l. l'1I'2llI1'iS CQNDIIFQ' 923. Pi I'l'l' Tl'll1'illl 92. .IHSPIIII l'12ll'l'l'H W- 'fl " U..-Xr's a , x ' .la ' I .k H". . l X211 VC. .121 I J xl- f " f ., ' ' I , ' ? "HL f ver '1 11079. R ssvll English 75, If 1 MVS 3. '- a 75. ' I 5 I lfmsq I ill-I--wvzl -' lla 1-is 90. l'wIH."I' ll DIL'-.lill -s N11 'gun 95. Tim ,thy .' itll 93. Pillll Nill. lr6 91. H1 gm-1' Cor uiv' 39. f ii I I 5 - All ' li f 1 31. Hui, 1' .lurultu 233. Josfpll Clllllllbll 3' . XXNIIDUIII j-sl . sf I". ."" "L S. . A A. I I Y I llmssl czi- 'a 'a ' - X. l"ll:s'r xmas- lfrum-is Murlhu 39. ,lusv h H ard 88. .HEI Q Q L'-Siu I-Y' lfosh-r 81. Jnsvpll Hvpp 112. Th, as Kiel IH, La swimm- S TH. 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Xl.S.Xl. played a strietly defensive Qlllllt' to prevent lfdison from seoring. On ll field completely saturated witl1 tl1e rain of lllillly a day. the Nlountaineers received their second a11d final sethaek hy losi11g 20-T to Iona Prep. The ground play was sloppy due to the 111uddy gridiron. eausing unsteady footing. W'ell-deserved praise xnust he give11 to lona's rnainstay. Sexton. Wlltl played a bang-up game at the halfhaek spot. Steve Murphy afforded Nlonnt rooters the Ollly happy lllUllll'lll of the day YVll6Il l1e. after seoring from the one yard line. kieked the first extra poi11t of lllt' season. Again. in the lfordharn Prep elash, Steve Murphy proved to he a guidi11g star to l1is li'illlllllill1'S hy lrringing llitllll' ll1e hat-on via the air waxes. in a lfl-0 xietory Illlll'4'll. Stex e was llllllll'llllill i11 all tl1e seoring ilillli' hy the Cold llllll lilue. lle tossed a lUllt'lHlUWll pass to lfrank llerdolno ill the first period and seored for himself later i11 the third quarter. rid Xlllltlfltblle knaek of lmreaking up interferenee was a poignant tl1or11 ill the Nlaroon offensive. The following week found Saunders Teeh heing plowed under hy a seore of IH-ll. The Nlonntis grid juggernaut was a hit slow i11 getting under way. l,l'UIll'I' stride was attained Ollly during the sec-ond half in which all tl1e p0iIllS were seored. Lou "Sully" Celentano crashed lllfilllglll for the first 6 points with Bob Bryan ?IIlllliil- ing hi111 later i11 that sarne stanza itll a wide end fllll. In the final quarter "Sully" ended a perfeet day when he intereepted a Teeh pass and roniped ISU yards for a to111'hdow11. The nCI'00Sll21lu garne of the season. that with All Hallows UII Turkey Day. saw the Blount on the long Clld of a T-6 seore. Torn Costello reeeived a pass from Nlurphy. In tally the sole Xl.S.Xl. seore, Steve "X ersatility Plus" Xlurphx then kieked the extra llllilll whivh proved to he the deeidiiig issue. V Now. let's lIlf't'l the fellows who rnade that season possible. A.. '-'VJQ sa 'NJ' lmest of them. Modest and unohtrusive is the eaptain elect of the l9I59 season. llolr llryan and l,ou Celentano alternated at right halfhaek. liolw llrvan. a speed demon in his own right. is strietly a runner with amazing leg drive and ability to eut like a jacl-c-rabbit with- out losing any of his top speed. Lou provided us with a left- handed passer and a whirling. pivoting type of ball lugger who heads straight for the taekler. then draws him out of position hy a slight hip motion or change of pace. llay liurth and ,lim Gallagher were the two fullhaclis during the season. Whenever speed and deeeptiveness were needed. Hay was ealled upon: but when only a few yards were to he gained by a sheer power plunge. Big ,lim plowed through with leg drive equal to any two ordinary men. Material aplenty is awaiting next year's eall. l,et's hope it will shape into an even grander team for the honor and glory of the Nlount. A sf lf 17" ew ggg 2 L? Q Q 1,-nf .,3 5 iw? 'zyf gg Af L Qi fs 5 21 3 we X Ki: 3' at j . A as ' MGUN mil: Q 'A fi 5 :ZX , , A , fx' g , 45 x f. f 6 ,- L. ,S iwfa -9 215 Qiffixffi A ff W 5 kifejffjzf Q, H01 5 ,Q .. R- . A .J A 47 5 ' 3' 1 J" , 'Y 'B " T""! 'Q f I r , La r . -rf 1 15, S ,Q X ww 4 , KI , v q .R . L 5. 42 sh ' 1.fa Q H as 1 x-f , ' 'i 44 -.. N E .: A w 3, . Q lb- A, wa? gjki wg xr, I, V ,I JE ? 5 .44 K XR, cy? -jill' I ,QF il 1-f y 'MQX e Q ,Q 191. 1 . PQ. ' ' 1 .v 4 . 0 P' f I I , f n l W , I ff' mv- ' f - 7 1 ' f f In Q .., .- ' ' . I . 4 - , . I I C. 1 -- x 4 I x Id ' ' Y r ' . 4. 1 ' 4 V ' , , . , I 9 Ifdg.. xv 4 fL.2,'..... Inf L - I II ' I-5244" , sm..." I fig- "H - , ,- ,, ....- , -'I 'Z , , A -. . '. I ,I 'nf .I IIMII,':I,g" if '.f.4I1L. .L-rg' In , 5 ,"3' '- pf! ' Ju, I V. I ' , ,. -.f l.QfNA'1r,"','r1Aj. .,,,Ig,v 5,65-'gut I In ,II-IIIMI I I .IV Y I IIN .I . 'Q' I, ,r f Z I 1. -T70-va ',g.440..I., It.: Y. Iv- I ,,' I .-:I 11i::aA'III.I:I . 5, Inf? I ,I . 'A' If '1' I .,.'?t" .'., 4 f 1 w--...QI-:Iv A -f?f.Q'fZj'12f f'-" " ' A f . "7Zf"4 2 - 'x 'Fw ' ' ' , A I I - :', I f, QI I f..-J, 1 . .,. -if I . I .,,, . .' Cnrv, Q . f , ,,Q MFFYQ. uni.-1 ' .. ' . I , . . 4' .. IQ- rr- -. ' f,. II II- I I, , 1, I ,J ,I I. 4 . I , ir? .I A I I I 3 I . 1 . 'I Ir T, In I 1. Ip 1',.:,2-4- gghr ' g,5,I5...,,. g-:f1.!IYI" 5,"f,,n,g4nz' 'I . I " 'ew , Q. "' - .. .14 -, Q- , ' ' N , V AX, , A - ' ' fe V . - Y X 1' 119 " " Z ff' 23' if. ' ' -' J' . P - , ,I M A 1: 1 '-'43 .1 d,:a14Ft4mP,H,,z ' ,L The Record Fordham ......... . . All Hallows St. Joseph .... Pelham ....... Saunders Tech . . . lona ......... Leake and Watts . .. . Mary lnnnaculate .. . Manhattan .... . Iona .... . All Hallows Fordham . Manhattan . Pelham . . . St. Ann's ....... New York Military . Edison T9l'll .,... All Hallnws 56,1711 ill Hoyle Lawson K erm y Lonerjfar Kerriffan Doran .llliller K urllz Perdisatt lxrm fl lflcrl.in l.vn1 11 Ilolierry Finn Rl11'h'1'ff of his ambition -to be an A-l miler. Joe McDonnell. a tall. gangling. long-legged individual. is still undeveloped as far as form goes: his tremendously long legs make up for what is lacking in style and smoothness of performance. Scott Sharpe is still somewhat of an un- known quantity but seems to have what it takes for that mile. If prog- nostications hold true this item should be well taken care of. The half-mile worry has been greatly alleviated by the appearance of HHank" Donaldson. winner of the 880-yd. run in last yearis intra- murals. Jim Clinch will be an added asset in his dark horse role. The -1 I-O boasts of the winged feet of "Red" Meenagh, Dick Lynch. and Tom Kraeck, a six-footer with untold potentialities. The Junior division has Tom Walsli, Johnnie Uerrenbacher. and Ed Dillon to carry on their hue work of last year. .lohn Clancy, Joe Feore. plus a flock of underclassmen will see to it that all enemy assaults at the midget division are successfully repelled. In the held events Messrs. Conforti and Gallagher are expected to perform the strong man feats, viz., heave the 16-lb. shot, hurl the discus. etc. To Joe Richen goes the air-minded task of pole-vaulting. one which he performed so well last season. Ned Hennessey hopes to break the record of 155 feet for the javelin throw, and we are more than half inclined to believe he will do it. Now, in retrospect, let's review the record of last year's track team with the hope that it will serve in the main as the needed stimulus to encourage this year's squad to bigger and better endeavors. The initial meet. with competition in the Senior division only, saw us bow to N. Y. Military Academy 66-16 at Cornwall-on-the-Hudson. Our lack of point earners in Field events cost us this meet. The Central Railroad of New Jersey conveyed a squad of twelve to Philadelphia, the following week end. to take part in the Penn Relays. The mile relay team- Beggin, Kyte, Langan, Heenagh -cap- tured the bronze third-place medal. ln our second Senior division contest. we overran Adelphi. 68-23. L. , ' -A..--c' , - ' lf" af- 'Q'- Walter lieggin was high scorer. with first place in the 220 and second place in the hroad jump heing accredited to him. ,-Xccepting the invitation to compete in the Westchester ' fill llelays. the Xfount placed second ln the 4100 relay and third in the H0 relay. lincountering All Hallows in our first actual dual meet. XI.S.Nt. scored a H3213 to 173g victory over the Saints tracksters. Practically' duplicating the feat of the '37 team in the Bronx-Manhattan-Westchester C.fl.S.A.A. meet, the Cold and Blue tracksters won the .lunior-Midget trophy and just missed capturing the Senior award by one point. ln this championship meet. Wtalter Beggin obtained hrst place in the Senior broad jump with 20 feet 1 inch, while .lohn Clancy took the Midget hroad jump hy' leaping l6 feet 5 inches. Fordham Prep proved to he just another track team when they' encountered the Mount forces. Bill Strachan finished in first spot in the Senior century run. Bill was clocked in the fast time of l0.3. The city'-wide C.H.S.A.A. meet was another opportunity for the 'Wig tracksters to receive praise and a modicum of medals. "Zekei' Littlefield took first place in the Junior 100 with Tom Wlalsh coming in fourth. The following week saw the Mount vanquish Power Memorial 110-61. Joe Richen tossed the 8-lh. shot 15 feet 3 inches for a new school record: first prize in the 16-lh. shot put was won by ,lim Gallagher. Joe Xlcllonnell turned in an exceptionally fast mile. lona, oftimes acting as a thorn in the side of the Mount track record, succumbed-to put it mildly'-to the score of 103430. The Mount took thirteen out of a possible six- teen first places. also annexing sundry second and third places. Walter Beggin was really pressed in the 220. to the extent that he went ahead full tilt and hroke all previous school records in 22 fl-X5 seconds. Uur relay' teams must have heen determined to finish the season in a hlaze of glory' because in the hnal meet. which found St. Annis on the short end of a I06-ll score. lvoth the Senior and Junior relay' teams established new times. The Junior team-Piazza. Finn. 0'Rourke. Little- field - turned in a l:f3T:-'l half mile relay while the Seniors - lieggin. Kraeck. Nleenagh, Kyle-ran the mile in 31236. Hay Finn reached his peak in the 220. in the same meet. hy registering a 23317. with his team mate. Johnnie llerren- hacher. creating a commotion in the sawdust pits hy jump- ing lt! feet 2 inches. And so. another season is just so many memories. llut to you. trackmen of 739. the ahove record is one to In surpassed. 5 J--.z,l.l. p . ' - I 2 represented on the - outdoor court. Ten league tilts and six non-league competitions have been placed on the schedule. lona again presents the gravest problem. But our players feel they stand a better chance of upsetting that highly- rated group. Matches away from home with such fine teams as Fordham Prep. Manhattan College Freshmen, St. Simon Stock, and Barnard will offer high grade opposition and help to bring out the best that is in our boys. ln order to conform to a league ruling. it will be necessary to use the same seven men in all matches for the first round. This will be a strong incentive to all candidates to endeavor to attain the highest degree of perform- ance in order to secure a berth on this group of seven which is to represent the school in league contests. Much work is in store for our coach and moderator, Brother Sylvester. J But with the cooperation of all members a great deal can be accomplished. There are even hopes that this season may bring a tennis trophy to the Mount collection. The Record 3 All Hallows .. . 2 2 La Salle ....... . . 3 3 St. Simon Stock .. . . 2 0 Iona ........ . . 5 3 All Hallows . . . .. 2 bl. La Salle . . . . . l 0 lona ........... . . 5 5 St. Simon Stock . . . . . ll 3 Barnard ....... .. 2 TQQRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS X X In 1 MRXIIXIIU YXHX f'!1ll gf I llwmlxx Mum, I' Iwi I'-Nl 'I-fm X X NUM 1 lux


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