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

 - Class of 1940

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Patrlckl Ahern N Frames ol Rome 9 dallty y o no Nerrttary Track 3 4 0 Pat 1 quiet reseryed QOIK of felloyy hoyyeyer sums to knoys yxhfat to do and hoys to do lt llyln example of tht ada e gllCI1C6 IS 'olden steady d1l1 ent student Great pal of Dm llulphy s keen sense of humor ronstantly ayolds the lllllell ht neyer seems to lose hls composure ey ery body fl lt nd once you et to knoyy hnn resper ted by all ysho haye knoyyn hnn 1 far as sports o tl uk clumed most of lns 'lll9Ill.lOIl serlous n ltuxe has ney er been '1 t lu e for complalnt from lns teachers ln the llIlC of deportmc nt un Mlltlllllllly ls one o n L nc r 111 utmns IN ndent suppolter of 111 iillflllilll llllXllltQ o 1 1 t sports our y f o n o future pltn unknoyyn john joseph Allen Holy Cross Sodallty 2 3 4 Le lon of Honor 1 lloo ter Award 3 0 John 15 a yery qulet chap Ill fact, so qulet that lt has been someyyhat dlfllcult to COIl1lJ1lC hls blovraphy not at all out spoken qulte 'lttentlye m class consldered a Good student demonstrated hls llterary Hblllty by takmff a prlze ln the Cathollc Press Essay ln l11s thud year recelved Rooster Aysflrd m thlrd year attends most of the schools afffur ohn spends some tlme dabbllnv IH a model rallroadmff but 1t IQ not h1s fayorlte pastlme yylshes to U0 to Fordham lI1lVCI'SllS to romplete hls CdUCHl1OIl has a great deslre to trayel abroad and see the world .Had Uohn Wllllam Archibald Qt Anselm Sodallty 2 3 4 Preshm m Baseball Booster Award 3 U Archle one of the newhborhood boys ll'lOll0'l1 he llyes only a stone s throw from school, he beats the last bell by a shadoyy hls mlld volce IS seldom heard 1n class qulet and entle averafre student a devotee of baseball staunch sup porter of all scholastlc act1v1t1es propounder of many good ldC3S keeps them confined wlthm a chosen few enjoys a Hood qulp and IS able to perform one just as readllv has any one seen Arch1e9 Peek around the corner of the gym bulld mfr there he IQ ball and Uloye chucklnv the apple abou the dlamond shortly to be transformed 1nto a Jasper f 1 f ' f '1 f Herbert George Bechdol, 1 :ffm ff ' Cf 91 Brendan Gym leam 3 4 Sodallty 2, 3 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 I "Bech" muscular gym team captaln won the honor by dmt of dally practlce on the apparatus proud of his Hne llllllll an untlrmg distance man on the track team noted for his perseyerance ln everythmg he undertakes qulet ln class studled hard hls effort ysas rewarded by marks ysell aboye the passmg mark alysays a ffentleman klnd conslderate of others at all tlmes popular our 'musclemanl' should llflllf' further honor to the Nlount lll the future MLM gy -x' 4.2.3 sf ,f Fw ,. David Howard Benson ff Illllf Nl 1111111111 N1 1 1 a S11r1tary C Bklllly a11 old tnncr at th1 'Nlount rt1d 111 tl1 1 "race qultc an atl1lete stalwart IIll,IlllJi,I of tl11 lll'-lxll mall yarslty for several years 1. 1 1 ll fn 1 hnn ed1f1 on many an opponent .1 so 1 tra1k n1an tXIlt'llN to I't"'dllI half Illlll re1ord this W6dI 1 1rstrat1 ll0ll yum JCI not exa1tly 1 llflllliilll st11d111t h11t studies haye IHXPI worried h11n 111 tl1e east t11 Tlllldlllf' of model airplanes Cldlllli most o his spate time dtlilllljll lOX6I has intentions of heconnne either dll a11ona11t11 al e111f1n1er oi a connnerclal 1111111 111 any eyent he will continue lllg education at Nlllill Larohna from what we lillllty of Benny he should fly throuffh tl1e air Ytlill tl1e Greatest of ease obert George Berner 111 flllllllt olallty 4 1 11 1 o 1 llcll mom ilZlllQ from Lnionport 1 ulet s111o11s 111 SIIHP Ins adyent to the Mount as a freshman he has llttdyi Idlkd near tl1e top of the class 111 studies two t1n1e l.SUl0ll of Honor 11161 allst has been a standout performer on tl1e gym team for two years specialized on the slde horse Hood dancel amonff lllQ many hobbies mav be numbered hikmff Qalllllff chess 'llld astronomy mathematics and NCICHCC, particularly chem lstry, are his favorite subjects one of the or1U1nal members of the now defunct chess club unlike so many others, he ha definitely made up his Illlllil as to what he will do upon Graduation will study chenncal envmeermff his chose11 profession t Rensselaer Poly tech rthur john Brady Nt Rmnzonll C Artie our 1 lndldate for quletude personlhed flilllllil Ins flillllllliillil 1hara1ter1st11 to 11ow hnn as h1 r1ally 1 1111 must penetrate that exterior of shyness Nilldlflllf ai 1111 IIIVOIUUQ reader while IIOI glyen oyer to any form of '1thlet11s l11 is remembered as o11e of our most ardent rooters always pr1se11t to 1heer our teams to victory IQ known to few but well liked hy those fortunate enough to be within his select urcle of friends closely allied to the fortunes of NOIIIDU and Joyce pet subject IQ 1hen11stry has proyed himself to be the IJOI'l.Etl 1esear1 l1 man loyes to delye among the test tubes ljrench has neyer found his fayor has not made known his future 1areer dubious as to further pursuing his education may surcess attend your efforts 1 - I -t john Charles Braue Holy l"11mily'. Sodality 2. 3, 4: Minstrel 4. I "Apple'7. . . came to us from the hazy habitats of Unionport . . . ll bus boy' for three y'ears. . . 11ow has his 'gli1no11si11e'i. . . 1-v1-ry'body"s pal. . . ruddy' complexion. . . wavy' saffron locks. . . wears perpetual s111ile. . . rather loquacious at times. . . f11n- lovinff. . . carefree. . . butt of many' a pun. . . can take it. . . C l does 11ot worry' about studies. . . active in interclass activities. . . took part in the Minstrel. . . undecided about his future ambitions as he leaves the Mount. . . it's hard to lose you, Apple. joseph Edward Burns Q fl lfltl 1111111 131111 O 19 D1 1s'1111111 111111 11111 tfg PTOIIIIIIOII1 1 111l1er11f1111 11111 lllllf 11e1r llt lll Pplfl 1- Burns N111-111 1 11111 1111111111 11r1 ll 1 1111111 11 111111es to llllpflllll 111 llxlll 1 1111111 1 Ill '1lw'11s 111 1 11e1l upon 111 s 1 1 1 1 1111 1 p 1r 11951111 d 1111 11 1111 111s111 1 1 1 111111115 IFN1 11111 111111 fflllfl 11s s11e 1111111 11111 lIlllX1llf'f1 1111111 1d11ll per111 111111 11rk 11111 Nllll of 111111 1 1 111111111 '1 1111111111110 111 1 1-1111 fltllll 111 11111111 1111t1' 1111111111r 11' tl1e 111 ll 11 11111 a Robert 11 1l1e11 1 llll 11e1t11er IQ Cl'1r 1 ll 1 111 les 1111 e1e11t11111ff ese 11111 1 seem 111 w111r1 11111 a 1111 1111111 pelsona 1111111111111 bound 11111 11c1es Walter George Burns I1 e I1 lflfl 111111 1 or 11 11111 .1 Fxmllence 3 Nl1111n1a1n1'er 1nt 1 11111 111111712 Dramatlcs 4 1' W 0116 of 0l11Qt'lIl1l t den s 01 111e QPIIIOI' F11 remarkable 5111013 c11lle1t111 1111n11r roll p111s for four years 1431111 1te subject 15 11611161115 '11 11111e 111111 kllflll 1 11st 11 e 1111 111111 11111 DI IJIIIUITI extreme 1ersa 11111 st'1l11'1rt Il1i'Ill1JCI' of 11111 1111111 lllrfl tean1 51110111 splrlt YNIIIILSN 111s booster '1w'1rd 1e11ed a llledal f111 lllS excellent ess'11 1111 the L'1t11ol11 1IlQS 'llso trled 111 11'1nd '11 dramatlcs 1111111011 l11str111n1c '11111111 r'1t11er 0011 11111111111 well llked en, 1g.ed 111 Illllllhftlllf 1111311 1114 les 111111 llls food frlend and CFIIIC Brother P1111 Wllfflfl 1011111101111 referred to 111 the afore111e11t111ne1l 131011161 wlllwllll 1 one of t11e 1ntell1gents1a gentleman fI'lGIld our l11st 1115116 ,Co 111th llll Gerald Pa1r1ck Butler Nt Frances of Rome Honor Roll 1 Class XICC Presldent 1 0 Tex Bu lmmense towermf' easv 20111 and good natured en1o1s a good laufvh also provlcles mam lll the 1lassroon1 his 11ever been known to let a per1o1l pass 111111 out 1nak1n0f some humorous remark marks are alw'11s well '1b111e passlnf rece11e1l the n1ckn'1me Bull because he per s1st1d 1n throwm 1 lt 1n hlS Envllsh IOIIIIJOSIUOIIS 111111111 IS 1-111 le1t111 QOIIXCIIIFQ fro111 hotels '1n1l such favorlte perlods '1r1 111111 11 1nd French a 1x 111m what 11appe11ed to 111m '11 The C11 lllfl t11e 1111111111 we know 1111pes 111 119101110 '1 1,1931 cn 11111r plans 111 enter HHIllp1lll1 Dlesel School phlllp joseph Byrne Uur Lu1l1 ol Noluu 51111111111 2 C Phll better known as the Iflgh Shadow n11te1l for dozmff was never accused of stud11nff too hard or too lonff a n1ore than frequent v1ct1m of the Qaturday Mormng Socml Blues fa1or1te hobbles stamp 111lle1t1ngz p11oto1r'1ph1 and n1o1lel rallroadln, 1ery 1ntens11e reader llkes sw1n1m1n, hshmg and danclngz professed a dlQllllC1 llklng for school but doesn't 1nte11d to ,zo to colleg1 would llke to enter the f111an11al world .1 p11s1t1o11 III a bank would greatly appeal 111 1111n dOll,t take 11111 wooden mckels, P1111 S XS ,Y 0-99,3 4 AJ-.0Qu.1b -.Hifi Angelo Edward Calabria ranrcs of Rome N clallty 2 'S 4 oc 1 cmr llonor en S ennli 3 I alll fanl C X HIS fl O Ange five foot three mches of vim, vigor, 'md personallty the mighty mite of the tennis courts attention Mi Pfite here IQ future Davis Cup material consistent honor student a cheerful, infectious grin that seemingly nexel cllswppc irs his three fayorlte sports tennis tennis, and tennis '1 so plays a little tennis on the side '1 reat favorite of the faculty 'ls well 'rs the student body extremelv pleasant disposition charitable determined fervent Catholic would huc liked to play Y'iI'QllX football lof all things! cfm tlclclc tho e piano keys also a Hmshed '7l singer entertained in the vym one memorable afternoon twofold 'lIlll'Jllll0Il a college career and tennis championship we who know hun do not see how he can fail he will be missed Edward Rosary Camllluccl 'llount Nt 1111111111 U Fddle retlcent s unobtruslye c une to Mount in the first grade of the grammar school s ort stocky olne skin often dashes to school on his bicycle work after school prevented him from taking part in extra curricular activities among the student body and faculty studies never vase him too much trouble la langue rangazse pros ed most confusmf' for this Nlountameer howey er, diligence conquers all Eddie is as much in the dark as to hls future as we his elex en year tutelage at the Mount should IHQUIC his prosperity in college or career Thomas Michael Carraher RIIVUIYNIII .l V Baslcelballl 2 V Bac-:alll Z llaskctha 'S lla c-ball 3 4 Perfect Attendance 1 0 Tommy entered the Mount as a bashful freshm'1n four years the influence of his fellow students and the faculty contrived to rld him of this shy ness IS now more or less out spoken in his ways great fun lover ney er walks frway from an opportumty to cook up some harmless mlsclnef lovll and dependable perhaps that accounts for lns multitude of friends refuses to becomc excited regardless of what happens rather good looking numerous hobbies swimming sailing 'md meddling with automobile motors Pecks Bad Boy in the Chemistry class w1ll take up electllcal engineermf at Man hattan Wu I I lam Raymond Carroll SucrccIHcc1rt 'lluunl lcrnon llaclmalll N l 7 3 I Bill strong silent type quiet alfable far from being commumcatlve or demonstratne calm assurance great fellow once you make hls acquaintance baseball standby for three years met Howles requirements for varsity e can swing that willow takes everything in stride meets all obstacles with grit and real determination studles h'ue ney 01 been a yery serious problem for hlm, although he doesnt exactly slay them manages to more than hold hlS own against 'Old Man Flunk' is so quiet ln class that teachers frequently be lieve that he 1sn't pavlng attention unpretentious never one to push himself into prominence he has not as yet imparted to anyone his postgraduatlon plans l1ere,s luck, Bill 3 ,., , 5 N -I X ' ' YL. . . . fu A v, Q St. I" ' '. fo ' ' . .. : S lal'Iy Oth" 2: Roll 1. 3, 45 T nl 2, 3, 4: 'I C ll ' 4g ll ali's -lg .l' xl -l 4. .. ,, . . . . 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IV' 0' S Nom a 1 v 4 llanmlbl I re Ndllll t1ll l'llllxN te yery qulet and 0lJQCI'YlII llllltlll ll neytr '1 y'1rslty IIYIII he enjoys all sports especlally llanclblll yyhlch IQ almost '1 second nature chlef dIlll7ll.l0Il to become an ensflnetr from lllQ thelnlstry lllarks alld llls slnterlty IH the Cla yye belleye he yylll be a cllemlcal en meer 1 pro pert for e'lrly yyealth class leader and slncere sodallst took studles yylth an easy strlde as all other problems XOICCQ hls oplnlons only yyhen the opportunlty arlses alyyays yyllllnff to lend a helpln hand to those ln dlstress yshether lt be ln class or on the Grounds 19 lllath teachers consolatlon 4 L? 4-ll 1 la f' IIH f P Il lf! I OUIN Sully to ns JI tlll dfuk lnd lllIldH0ll19 the Belu Blllllllllel of Fordham Road lIIl'1l pelsonlllty plus a subtle sense of humor make hlm a Cynosure fayors hlstory strapplnv southpayy trlple threat on the Urldlron IQ an accurate passer poyyerful blocker and tackler keen defenslye eye unfalllnv courafe hls Urldlron proyyess une lol Sully '1 scholal lllp to Holy flllii llls utlyltles 11s not confined to the 1 rldlron for Lou IS somewhat of 'l plteher and ll'1Qlx6llJ'ill player not the type to yyorry about llllllnq IQ sense of humor IS alyyays appreelated by hls fellow students fyerybody s pal but McManus buddle llas what lt takes to bl a success ln llfe Enrlco joseph Clpolar 2 jo Holy Family Qenlor lre lclent 4 Footba J.. rae 3 Soma Z 3 -1 Dramatlcs 3 4 Tower Staff 4 aH 4 ellned lnnl has llkeyylse lnfluenee of Latln forbears has been UIIQIJHTIII' ln hls support of the 'Nloullts extra currlculflr artlvltles 'I'lfllI'0Il hero of note also numbered amonfr our track stars prldes hlmself on llls poolroom sklll keen shot possesses rare thesplan ablllty yslll be lonv remembered as one of our Nllnstrels splte of Ol.ltSlll6 efforts has Ulyen Qtl1fl16'S more than thelr due lnyarlably amonv the class leaders perfect mlmlc expects to COHIIHUC hls studles at John Hopklns Lnlyerslty can be predlcted wlth certalnty that he cannot fall U lp outstalldlnz, p0IJlllElI'lly IIHOII senlors the presldency of the class of 10 joylal nature endeared llllll to faculty clark features s oyys hn Patrick Clancy fun! St 'llrhml S elallty 0 Johnny 1 41113 l 1 yylth fl certaln dll 1 IYIIQ llillt lllll one of Mount Yernon s flnest and quletest plolleer of the Nlount began hls QU.1fllBQ here ln 1950 falr complexlon ll ht of stature a fam tor yyhltll alfled the llllil et tr ukstel to ob lllll 1 mayor or our uctesslye years yely Qlllfl elltle 'mc modest enjoys the Enffllsh perlod aboye all others vealou member of tlle sodallty althou h llls future IQ umleclded It l lllg hope to o to Colle 1 preferably Nlanllattan and lllefl yyllo knoyys'9 yye do sumtess III Ill HIPS yyorc 'iflltltbl produces fcyy yyorrlcs for Johnny 1 member of llllltlll r osu show s JLIMIIII Nllll L l ll 1 an lllll nl1 e s ymy lll yyorld P..'.3-1. Q ll't, 2.3, 3 ' 1113. "J 1 . . .a 2 . 1 lad. . .as subl as he is tall " ' ' g' . . .1 5 ' 1 1' ' ...a . 1. it .M M . Q ' 'cy' W. . F . g - 5 -c ' u - ,D ...tt M U A 17 ' . ,7 I , IX ' ' XJ Y 'Y' ' . T, V. X ,L , , P. S. . Fowtl ll 2. 3. 43 Fr sl an Pas -l all: Nli s 'l -1. 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'l-slo ll-'ll' ak llix '."' the Louus Andrew Costabnle P N 68 Freshman Baseball I Lou Cos one of our small well bullt boys definite ly the strono, sllent type happy go lucky never worrles over studles over nothln for that matter studylng he left for the more ambltlous people loves to converse wlth frlends who are xery many tl1e cause of the physlcal lnstructors thln halr haunted by the Saturday MOIHIDD Soclal for the past four years thouvh It dldnt get the best of hlm no one has ever heard Lou utter an unklnd word about anyone shows plefeunce to En hsh Cos has acqulred the hablt of doodlln lll the past two years an archltectural course appeals to Co qmes joseph Crowley St Thomas Aqaznas Sodallty 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Bae ball 2 3 4 Mmstrel 4 Class Treasurer 3 Perfect Attendance 2 O ,llm Sleepy describes hlmself as ,lack of all trades and master of none however dont take h1m at h1s word although never an honor student hls marks were usually 'bove passlng not a teachers pet known and llked by the entlre faculty earned hls name Sleepy by dozlng off durm a lunch hour and sleeplng through an afternoon sesslon star of the 1940 Mlnstrel lnterpretatlon of Oh' Johnny Oh' a la Bonme Baker had the audlence ln stltches Ray Kurth s pal and S1dCk1Ck a Wlt and prankster of the first order as fond hopes of enterlng Manhattan Colle,e lntends to take '1 busmess course au revozr Jllll ames joseph Cunningham bt Frances of Rome Sodallty 4 I Ham Jlmmy tall and lanky lIl0I'dlH21t6 lose for a few launhs 1n class studles seemed to get hlm down usually hovered dangerously close to the falllnff mark but he kept bounclng back for more and frequently got 1t extra ordmary love for school brought hlm back to class nlne out of ten aturdays charter member and honorary presldent of the aturday Mornlng Soclal Club could handle hlmself remark ably well on the basketball court also qulte a handball player more than once he brought down the wrath of a teacher on hrs head for ne lectmg to keep hls eyes and ears open healthy sense of humor ln hls own words I dont know what I rm Dorn to do when I ,raduate V W Edward joseph Du I Ion Sacrfll Heart Sodalny 2 Football 3 'lrackl 2 3 4 O Ed a worthy cltlzen of that thrlvlnv metropolls across the llne Mount Vernon can always be heard extolllng nts merlts good trackman earned hls mayor letter 1n second year as 1 mldget wlll attempt to add further to hls laurels bv runmn the m1le frlend of Clancy both can be seen runnmh alon 'Nereld Ayenue IH order to beat the bell llbrarlans HQSIQIHIII every afternoon places books on the shelves an ever pres ent smlle graces hls Celtlc countenance falthful supporter of Vlounts aCtlVltl65 a student havlnv no partlcular l1k1nU for studies partlcular hobby IS to debate wlth varlous members of the faculty has no plans for the future but IS the reclplent of our good wlshes . 1 an 11 ta -e ' - V - u n 1 A vs p s , ' A u I '- U 0 I l - - 0 n n 1 U 0 , U . 5 . . . , . . , - V - . 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I. . . e 5 Thomas Bernard Donnelly oy family Honor Roll 1 3 lla l e drnt l 9 dalrty 3 4 Nm al Prefect 4- Le ron of Honor l Dramatic 3 Boo ter Xwarrl S Football Nlanager 4 C Tom as 1111 D Ill urn from l nlon Jolt 1 1 rr plexron blond navy harr always ready to please a brt optrmlstrc up urth the leaders of the cla s a pleasant per sonalrty plus an lpana Qmrle haye yson hrm rnnumerable Good frlends athletrcally rnclmed cleprrxed of sarsrty actron be cause of srze learned the true meamnv of school sprrrt 1 Football Manager actrye sodalrst prefers Latrn and Fnff 1 possesses a knack for relaxlnv rn those hard wooden charrs adrnrred bv all who come tn contact urth hrm john joseph Duane I'ranrcs rle fhantal Hrnor Roll l 2 3 Tome owcr Ed1tor1nLh1ef 4 Nlountameer Staff 2 4 Debatrn 3 4 Dramatic 0 Entered the Mount on a scholarshrp, ar1d rn hrs sojourn here has more than justrfied hrs selectron one of the most frctrve lllll energetic members of the Senlor Class excellent debrter rrcomplrshed wrrter has demonstrated hrs acting wbrlrtv more than once won fame as Edrtor rn Chref of the Toner Lfrtrn scholar par excellence translates the most drfhcult pfrssaves ysrth remarkable skrll and accuracv consrders anythrn ess argue at the drop of a pm staffgers you urth hrs seemm ly endless knowledge and vocabulary reasons thrngs out usu ally urns hrs pornt hrs Envlrsh composrtrons are 'rluays of the A l vrrrety first crtrzen of Throggs heck loyalty to school brrlllant future 111 new Raymond Vuncent Duffy St Barnabas Sodalrty 17 S Clee Club 3 'Nlm trel 4 Frcshman Ba rball 3 A smrlrng countenance barrtone vorce sw aggerrnfr strrde a regular fellow one of the boys thats Ray ar s from the frontrer of Yonkers proud of rt ready to debate on any toprc at the drop of a hat endeay ors to lrve up to prrn crple rnterested rn relrfrlon and hrstory rs an ayerage stu dent and rs yery popular amongst hrs many frrends alu ays has an amrcable smrle for all loyes to poke fun at others can take rt too full of pep urn and yrgor many '1 lunch period has been spent debatlnff wrth Alf Klafr on the outcome of the Grants Ray expects to transfer hrs undryrcled allef mme to jasper Manhattan Adros Ray joseph Anthony Dumolo St Benedict U joe an Clulllll of a ton of pep charm and I16lQUIldlllX exceptronally affrle consrderlng hrs slze boasts of pretty flashy footwork on the dance floor he and ,lack Travelena make an rnseparable parr hrs wrtty smrlrnv nature has made htm '1 rude range of acquarntances no mishap has yet been able depress that expressron of jolhty rs lrkeurse proficrent at basketball and football a member of the Bennet b1U five has been workrnfr outsrde of school for the past four years a admrrably succeeded scholastrcally by drnt of hard work pects to pursue accountmg at Manhattan followmg Uraduatron has proyed to us that good thrngs also come 111 large packav s K II 11' ' ' '. , 1 l ss 'r sl 1 1 so A 1' 2, ., 3 f l ity' 1 : g : s 'g , s .- ' - : ' . 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I' Y - 1 1 1 v L 1. 1 1 1 v iv, F C ' . . . - 1' to My H ' l I ' L so ' 99 - ' C ' -. . . h s 1' - ' ' ' . . . ex- M 1 1 R . . . , 1 . 1 Ce 1 james Aloyslus Egan 1on1a.s Aqumas 5 clalnw 2 3 4 ll o Rrlll 3 ltllcld l'x ce 3 oot ld liaseb 4 Nlounlalnur Staff 4 fill J a fellow who dlsprovecl the adave Jack of ill e and master of none has been lbove the crowd sc ho astlcally as well as athletlcallv well up amonv the class eaders merlted General Excellence medal 1n lllg jl1lll0I' year outstandmff 1n three sports baseball basketball football the answer to Howles prayer for an end on the Mount s 11d lron squad tall lanky fast the lcle xl tytpe of caffeman trlffger qulck forward on Ll'IHIIlpl0I1Sl1lp team falthful sodall t devotlon rewarded by electlon as asslstant prefect the ull mound Mountaineer wlll undoubtedly be lIllSQtCl at thc Mount has chosen the ffreen pastures of Manhattln may the fllllllli' be but the leflectlon of the past, and all shall bc well Charles Edward Elsenmarm P 'w 76 Sodalltv Z 3 4 Track 4 U 7Zy comes from the ClXlllZSd sectlon of the Bronx falthful sodallst llkes tennls SWIIHIIIIII , hockey has been bltten rather severely by the photovraphv buff has photo graphed the statue of St Mrchael from every COIlC,GlV3bl6 angle would rather play chess than Ho to the movles member bored by classlcal muslc and llterature consrders hlmself strlctly modern has a stronff desrre to be an engmeer u evmces marked antlpathy for math class Wlt w1ll pursue englneerlnf' at elther Manhattan or Stewens College WW r ncls Edward English Annuncuzllon Dctrozt Football 4 Dramatlcs 4 frank The Perfect bentleman both on and off the stave latest arrlval at the Mount came from Detrolt thxs year reserved and UDBQQUITIIIIZ. qulet sober Ill speech powerfully bullt a Stflklllb p6fSOIl3ll'l.V tovether wlth a Western twang lll h1s volce keeps lXew Rochelle hearts ln '1 constant flutter very 1nqu1s1t1xe just must know the w hys and where fores ln chemlstry he IS SIHCCTIIW persomfied enjoys Env lrsh maybe because of hls name, maybe not a gemal com pamon wlth an enchanting smlle not the best lntellectually but he c In hold hls own ln class hw only ln math class has llttle trouble wxth problems except solvme them Frank has defimtely dBC1ded on a chemlcal engmeermg course at Notre Dame best of luck Frank Edward Patruck Eustace Brnabas b lalltw Z 3 4 T ck S ono Hl a lcc Iresldent 2 flass lrea urer 4 0 Ed Easy Ace a true son of Mount St Mlchael smoere, dependable hard worklnff student a real nice fellow shuns the publlc eve retlrmv d1spos1t1on never pushes ffhlmself mto the lrmellght stronv supporter of the Mounts teams has great attractlon for track above the average IH frlendlmess and mtellwence shows much mterest ln Mount undertakmgs all hls lntlmates thmk hlvhly of hlm con sclentlous sodallst pet axerslon chemistry hrs asplratlons wary wlth hlS test results untll now we have no lnformatlon about hls future career whates er lt be, we are sure that success awalts hlm St, Tl ' ' '. fo ' '. . g on r 1 . 1, 4: 1- -4'l 1. cel- lenw I g Booster 3g Ass't Prelc-cl 4: llaskn-llnall 3, 4g F l'll 4: all l. g . -z . 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V . n C Y Q ' In . 4 - . . . 7 , - - - . . . 7 . , joseph Brendan Farrell Phrlrp Wen dalrtw 3 4 rr R ll 3 4 T ck 2 3 4 lar Attendancel 2 3 4 I ,j e 'r nrtrxe of the Bronx reserxed qrrret and studrous qurte popular shows a qurck response to wrt and humor the fact that he laughs at sour jokes rs an excellent example of hrs afrreeable drsposrtron keeps hrs counsels to hrmself at home rn everv class especrally the chemrstry class ear er or summer vurtron and swrrnnnnff hrs fsnorrte snort r that the Mount had a pool' serv proud of hrs four rears perfect attendance record one equalled bw few Nlountarneers extremelw true and srncere to hrs frrends hr plans or the next four years hare been rexealed chemrcal envrneerrnff course at Notre Dame our best wrshes accompans you ,joe a sou jorn the ranks of the F16 nf' Irrsh Edward joseph Fay ihllljl 'Nur S dalrtx ' r C Ed member of the hrcrrle brrrade for four xerrs 'rlwus kept our hearts rn our mouths when Fddre went tlrrouph the trafhc on Whrte Plarns Axenue has the most rnterestnrf' srnrle of all the senrors exceptrormlly shy, srlent and lmslrfrrl ner er notrced rn the class because of thrs retrcence hart worker rn hrs studres hrs perseverance always bears frurt best frrend and companron ,joe Farrell has made mam lrfe lone frrends durrng hrs four rear stay at the Mount hrs school sprrrt has wrthstood the test of trme takes prrde rn hrs rnusrcal accomplrshments on the vrolrn hrs calm, unrufHed manner wrll carrw thrs woung man serenely orer the sea of lrfe Raymond joseph Frnn .St Marearrt 'llarr Fla Trea urerl 2 'lrack 2 3 4 'Nlorrntarncer 4 C Raw one of the best Mount trackmen first notrced at the Inrrtatron Meet when he outdrstanced hrs Held runnmf' for the Nlount erer srrrce constant companron of Junk Tr'rxa ena Between the two, sartorrallv perfect costumes are created Frnn s latest rave rs hrs w rde brrmmed hat and pefmed pants good student wrth French wrnnrnff hands down a hrs fav orrte subject hrs dancrnff abrlrtv can hardlv be topped bv any hrs joyful drsposrtron rs the reason for hrs manv frrends dont mrnd those rnartrculate sounds he utters now and then they are just the latest rn swrnfr lrn ol wrll probahls rontrnue runnrnv for the college of hrs chorce Edwrn Thomas Flanagan bt Thomas flllflflll I mn 9 dalrtx 5 4 D matrc 3 'lower taff 4 Nlorrntarneer Staff 4 Boo ter Award 4 I Red New Englander from Farrfreld Conn to the Bronx a boarder for four rears has a cheerful smrle for ererxone made a host of frrends at the Nlount known hx ererw hos rrr the grammar clrool rr ads- therr arquarntfnrre a doorman on Wcdnesdass alwaxs manaffed to pass 'rnd w 'rs nerer troubled by studres consrdrrs Latrn hrs sturnblrnf hlork ardent sodalrst member of the 7011 er staff penned the Boarderlrne news and rrews of the rcsrdent studrnts drd a really hne job most srnrere farthful to eserx dutx sharp reasonrnff powers hrs frequentls engared rn lon drscussrons wrth fellow students or one of the faculty a roller e career definrtely beckons whrch one? only he knows we feel that whatever hrs chorce rs, rt wrll be a wrse one St. ' ' .' 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' J, '2 4' Francrs Edward Foran Angzln 'Vlcrrrr S clalrty 2 3 o o 'S 4 Nlourrtarn a 4 lower Staff 4 Baseball 'Nlana cr 4 Nlrn lrrl 4 Dranratrcs 0 Worthy recrprerrt of a fouryear scholarslrrp to the Nlourrt hor r student for four years well rersed on 'rn rrrrrlrrre xarretv u ects good speaker and cornersfrtronalrst tefulrers cl lrrrrr very drfhcult to please takes nollrrrrfr for frr'rnted Xrrrust be convrnced requrres qurte a lot of corrxrncrn stfr wrrter on the 7014 er a rather Hood one another Latrn loyer torled drlrfferrtlv and farthfully for two years 'rs srssrstant base bfrll manager was rewarded for hrs serxrces rn hrs Serrror year baseball manager kept team rn hand durrrr hrs rervn lrkable ffentlenrfrnly prompt and precrse rn all he under ta e can be depended upon to corrre through when needed dranratrc abrlrty college but detlnrtely wrll probably sport Kelly Green of Manhattan next fall john joseph Forman St Bencdzct Sodalrty 4 0 ack Shorty a mere shrrnrp srx fect srx rrrclres s ort entered the Mount rn February, 1959 quret and unassrrnr rng unusual rn that he lrkes all subjects except Amerrcan Hrstory due to hrs extreme lrerffht he w as unable to partrcrpate rn athletrcs an enthusrastrc supporter of all school actrvrtres w rs r rrrerrrber of the L rrrorrport bus tnrono chess and checkers fiend one of the orrgrnal Chess Club boys Hood mathe nratrcrarr a farthful sodalrst rn sprte of the journey whrch faced hrnr eyery Frrdav mornrnff he rntends to enter Manhattan Col lege next September a busrness career calls he alms to be a Certrlied Publrc Accountant we re all behrnd you, Shorty George joseph Frohlrck lforurt NI lllflllltl 'lennls 'Xlana er 3 4 O George a veteran entered the Mount wlrrls rrr tht ,rgrarrrrrrar grades found thrrrgs to hr lrkrnf so he renr'rrned to pursue hrs hr lr school career here has never re rr trcd lrrs deer sron brff and blond slr lrtly on the hefty srde cheerful and pleasant drsposrtron extrernelv well lrked by 'rll lover of all sports partrcularly basketball not of warsrty calrbre he nerertheless gate a good account of lrrmself rn all rnterclfrss athletrc corrrpetrtron ruled the terrnrs squad wrth an rron hfrrrd durrrre hrs two year marravershrp about ayersrffe rn studres probably could hare done better rf he had been of the rrrore drlr gent type generally had the srtuatron well rn hand popular wrtty a ral another Mount man who rs conhdently expected to make ood at Wlanlrattan 02125441 U3 f Q 54 Wrltred john C-agen .1 rtx rarrr ha U Vl rllrc usually called lion Bllflffl? durrng the terrnrs season looks lrke hrm at that enjoys hrs Enfflrsh class more than any other perrod delrvhts rn Urxrng vent to hrs srngular vrews whenever the occasron permrts always wrllrng to partrcrpate rn .1 brt of classroom banter one trrrre crtrzen of Yonkers but now a resrdent of Bronxvrlle the drstance from hrs home does not prevent hrs partrcrpatron rn drfferent student actrvrtres s lunch box rs a verrtable horn of plenty the only fellow who eats durrnv the entrre lunch perrod pretends to lose hrs temper, but rt rs not rn hrs nature that rs why he rs a senror favorrte hrs future as yet rs undecrded, but we feel sure that success awarts hrm Thomas Alfred C-ernori 1 Hrmlhvrne funmr III h N dalits 2 lk Hi kstliall l ftneral Fxeellence 2 0 Nharkle entered the Mount in his ser ond Near east vom disposition enabled hun to nuke friends qmeklx '1 lllll Uent worker in tlft s prox ed his 'lbllltx hs lttunm the I 9Il6l"ll Fxeellente aw ftrd ln first tear here seems to lie the retirln sort but those who know hum well find him to be 1 with fellow not 'tt 'ill addltted to shxness likes to hsh is m ls ff orx when l'llxlIlf" his ljord apfirt possesses '1 rlthtr emphatic tis tt te for Cll8IlllQtI'X llxes m Yonkers freouentlx ktdded bs t 1 cltx shakers from the Bronx like eurxthmfv else he utr ots thi m 1 food Ilillllfll l.lSlll0Il and rt fuses to he ru ec would like to enter Nlillllllllll in ju t what feld we do not know we w ish htm lurk in w hiteier he undertflkes john William Georges Henulnl 9 rlilltx 7 1 bodalitx Qurttarx 4 Centril lwtelltne 0 0 X t f' lloo ter Award 3 ountalnur St iff l 4 0 Cuilx so It erred to I bor eois lllttlllllltla home to Throw Neck exert iftunoon entfred Nlount an scholarship awarded med ll for Ceneral Fxcellenre m hrst second and third tear 1 1 senior was alerted sodalitx setrc tart populirltx 'md all 'around lllllllt were I'CC00'Ill7E'd hx tht seniors when thex tho e hun for the ofhte of Vlee President cherished ambition to frow ses en mehes taller and become an ofheer ln the Marine Corps possesses the persewerance and 'tbilitv to HCCOIDPII h the litter 'lt least generallw saws much ln 1 lew wo d best of luck Leatherneek 1 af W Robert Lee Gunnison Qdff lf bt Barnabas Q dality 7 S 4 Sahoul bpiritx-Xward Football 2 Te 1 rack 4 fla etrt an 7 rarnatit W u trt 0 Gunny Bobbw Lee one of Yonker s first eltlzens erene youn man uexer nonplussed does not beliexe what they say about red heads Lonhdence is his mam asset found his sport in track and 14 PUUIIIU h s whole heart into lt one of our consclentious sodalists conspuuous for ht school spirit and ffenerositw always wlllln to enllvhten the student bodv 1n matters pertammf' to political events a fouoht his way oxer the Wakefield Bridffe ln all kinds of weather has fine friends ln the persons of Fd Eustace 'md Bob Halek his ffenlal personalltw will attract friends for hun wherexer he oes whatewer Bobbi thooses for hi life work he can be certain the class of 40 shall be tl'lC8I'lII' for hun Robert james Haley Barnabas Honor liolll Stlldllly 3 4 'Ir 4 I Bob droll with his ke: n sen e of humor was not always appreciated bx lus te it her brourht down on hun more than one admonition his unstudied wit and 1 rather infectious snlcker quickly gathered a f roup of duottes 'around hun often suspected the teachers of lu-kinff '1 sense of humor. . . a hard- workinv student. . . an 'lssiduous member of the Sodality. . . is pet peeve is takin the course in Admnctd Alfebra. . . a free period would be more desirwblt. . . 'mother member of the W'o0d- lawn brotherhood. . . has a personal attraction for track. . . usu- ally seen with his bosom pals. Gunnison and llustaee. . . it is a safe prediction that he will succeed in life. . . expects to go to college. in 1 J' A' 1 '5- 1 Wllllam P-ugustrne Halllgan Hoy Family S dahtv 2 3 4 lraclx 'S 4 Nl1nstrel4 O ull from I Illlblllltbll an o d tuner on the bus untll le declded to 'IITIXC a Ia mode yn l11s own car has lllllll up qllllf' a transpoltitlon llllQlIllQQ Intl 'lrqulred '1 host of frlend ns undfiunted Sllllll ind mholtstn fcnor made posslblc lll"lt pelfett lllf'llCl'lI1CP retold l1 15 found lt l1'lI'Cl to mister lwltllt l1 1 s l'1nce 111111 o11 the tlIlClCI'IJllll squ'1d sodallstlc record IQ 'ls en ymble is his Qtll0l3Sl.lf' one I9 destlned for Folun1b1'1 Folle e MllPlP l11 w1ll study ll1f'IlltlIlt' Au Wzederselzn Bull Lawrence joseph Hartnett 9 So ty 3 4 lloartltr Nleta U LHIFV a boalder pleasant kmd d1spos1t1on his '1 f11e11dly word for ull a yery hardworklnfr student gfnns suttess 111 the Cl'iSQl00lTl only throuffh palnstaklne study one of the best llked lesldent students always ready to fvlye a frlend 1D need a helpln hand deeply I'Cll"lOU4 rarely nnssed sodallty mass Ill l11s four years sojourn 'lt the Mount intends to enter the l6llf'l0l14 llfe shortly after hls Uraduqtlon ln une 11111 Cod ffrant lllIT't a happy and frultful lxfe lll H1s QGIXILC joseph Edward Heafy qt Barnabas General Excellemc l Leg.1on of Honor 2 3 Sodallty 2 3 4- llonor Roll 1 0 me comes from tl1e wllds of Yonkers ox es the glelt open spaces taclturn dllwent school sp1r1t rewarded by twlfe merltmg the l.f6f.l0ll of Honor medal a I'r1da1 mornmg :odahst of the hrst order 1 111111or physlcal handlmp prevented l11111 from l'JCC0ll1lflf' an athlete 11ot partlal to study It took more than a lJllL7ElI'd to keep h1111 ho111e fro111 school future IBIS his departure lem cs a 1o1d refrets vary much leavmv the Mount mle Joe Jw-'ff Robert London Hennessey 1 honms funn S tlalm 7 at 0 ob another of the boys who entered the Mount as '1 sophomore hills from the Nlllllllfg State f'onne1l1t ut exceptlonally good student des otes hls tlme unsparmffly' to md fellow boarders 1n thelr studles IS QUICI ln class hls ward robe IS SOIHEllllI1U for the other boarders to emy and they certalnly do hls fayorlte hobby, collectlnff swmf' records an ardent follower of Glenn Nllller pet peeve, Lat111 av orlte sport basketball a pal of all the boarders obllglnm verv keen sense of hu111or logrcal mmd a true Moun talneer we are 11ot l1es1ta11t lll prophesung a brlght future for Bob he lntends to follow hls fatherls footsteps as a dlSCllJlC of Esculaplus there IQ plenty of room on the top, Bob your place IQ up there X., u Lawrence john Herzmg V l'runus of Rnnu U Dutch R ll 0 Illllf I1nmI nur and Ilue mc madx QIIIIIO for ewrume um me and om ndturec um 1 1 mu 1 qllltf' '1 tvaie mlc lnclmaimn tmmrql flu II CXCTXIIIIIIWIQ '1 I'l"'l ag al '1 ww runcunu Qrhrml fllf'llCN te UIIPTQ 010 'xtllaxtvd In tI1P Ivlonflc' I the lIlf'PIx9l SPX - r 1 tx -men 1 mc n vu alxs IXN 1PacI to Iend xoml up mm mam IIIIPHNI 1 .nm mn mln Ianclmff L1 max Uulf 1 1714 4 flcf' Earl jackson Hoffner an u 1 I I1 I Chunk Hoff IJIEHMIIII IIIIJDN mlI1out 1 rare or uorrs lIl Ilfe IMG lfrlldfrlllfflx TCNPOIICILII to the IJ0arcIPrQ 6 17 21111 bell for the pmt four XCITQ 1 2 wp health Iu u1II out Ilxe the Lntlrv Qemor claw a xerx PIIETUCIIC football plaxer has an amazlnlf ZIIJIIIIW to duck Q1 Ilool work IIOXKEXPY, he IS alssaxs XSIIIIIIU to help the Brotherx ln mx taQIx around the Campus nexer QIIQIJGLIPCI of belnff 1 book worm hw motto New-r too Iate lo Iearn Ill- IIIIIHIIZIITIP Donn faq draul li aluaws sure to exute CIJQQIHHICQ to Iauohter Earl has I11 mmd definltelx QPI on cntermff upon a IHIQIIIPNQ career aftffr Uradu Zlllllff from the Mount ln June Lf' N IIIIIIIIIIIIN S IIQIIIIX 4 I IUI1 dIl0lIl0I' of tIu pelzte uargons from Yonkers IQ an fllllilillldlllff mldwet ln um tlamk tfam IIII'-I wear ING pet pevu IS Gsm and he faw0rQ lik HIDOIIIIOII mam ZIIUIIIUOII, to 'Yet Qlx 23 Q on IIIQ report c'1rcI men lhouffll IIIIG ZIIIIINIIIOII IIHQ mixer been reaIl7efI Ile w nex e1tI1eI1QQ .1 Hood Qludent Ilke Q0 mam of the c one he I1keQ to Ilaxe gl ff0mI time and an occawonal lauwm durmff Ins perlodx adxoc.1leQ a -ubuax to Woodlawn lt Q cloubtful If he u1II Inf- 10 Gee the das alwsaw found ln the COHIPHIIX of Illk Good fllend Tommw Nlurphx I112 Qmallnew of Qfilllllf' and fine featurvi Ixaxe enabled hmm 10 tak? 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' . 1, 1' - " ' . . . 5'- 1'1'll'v 1 ' ,....l""S' - ' ' . . 1 111' ' 1 1 31' .ti 1- ' - C .. . . s 's '111 ' , ' e ,M , 1111111 - " r .. 1- " , 3. . . 1' Vuctor ,,oseph Kadru Sm our Qodalxtv 3 4 nstrcl ec D c X reasons why blof-'fraphers go mad IS about as ln form ttlxe as 't ralllofld schedule lll the hands of the llllllllll'll0tl '1 boarder extremely qulet yery serlous on the out :de but has certam ffleam 1n lns eye X10 possesses reat hidden thes pmt abtlltles only recently brouffht to ll ht thouffh neu only nuxor parts he neyer falled to Une 1 performance that stole the 9108! you hate to work to get Y IL s friend hlp but lt IN worth the effort Came to us from '1 Brooklyn school non lns may mto our hearts here Cl6QtlI1'lll0Il unknown Arthur Robert Kearney Holy Family Honor Rolll 2 3 4 Sodallty 4 Dramatlcs 3 -l Debattn 3 Booster Award 3 Tower Staff 4 Cheerleader 3 4 I Art whlmsxcal grm often lred teachers w1t of the bored expresslon master of repartee and several stooves quite dapper when wearlng spats and hxffh hat a very energetlc reporter for the Tower always ready to create a laugh wlth one of h1s Jokes or pranks the cham of thouvht 1n more than one I'BllUl0Il perlod has been hopelessly broken by the alI'lI'l0' of hlS bellefs and oplnlons, some startlmv, others amuslng, but all llkely to jar our deep seated conservatlve VIEWS Art ' IS headed for Nlanhattan Colleve john Charles Kehoe jo Our Lady of Solace 0 ack tht silent hombre clue to 'tn unfortunate le IIIJUIW was unable to partxclpate ln varslty athletlcs but It dldn t stop hm from becomlnff an ardent rooter accumulates friends slowly but they sttck has a job as a messenger bov recelved much rftzzmfr for same, but 1t was stlll the perfect excuse for ffettlnff out of Juv always qulet III class exceptm, of course the su ence class, for ,lack lntends to become 1 chemlcal envmeer thoufrh he may be passlvely mdlfferent as regards studles he man ages to vet Hood marks those who know hlm expect a lot from ,lack ln the future and he wont fall them hn joseph Kelly St Anns Sodaltty 2 Track 2 3 4 Football I 2 Ba lxelball 1 2 . .lack at best when his slx feet of solld muscle and IWIHNII are Uently fl03llIlU mer the hlvh jump he must elther hate sprmgs ln hls heels or have dlscovered the secret of Urauty does not belleye ln the useless expendlture of energy p lrttcularly ln class a staunch frlend, falthful to the last he llkes danc mg also math, so much so that he plans to become an engmeet he will probablv be blllldlflg brldges m some dlstant jungle . and lf the past 15 any llllllL3tl0I'I of the future, he wnll them bullt by . , . 7? Y SI. 'Y . ., ' 4 2, .. : Nli t - 4g Gl,e Club 3, 43 ramati s 3. -l. , -, ,, 1 I . . . O ' ,c . . . .. c I ,. . . . t - ' - l . L s . M C 4 - Q . . . . .' ' ' . . . ' '- ' t s' . is . F . .M L WN!!! . ki .U . . . Y Y - .iq t G I - Q. W W . M ' . F.. 1 I L k Y cl ' ' ' s', " q n n k C 1' L A u 1 Y It lm I' . Q . . . N I L l Y . l H H ,, .l . I . l . l I Q. senior class. . . slouched in seat. . . face cupped in hand. . . t . . . . Q - F . D 1 u 4 'Y ' s u s n I . . F 1 Q :C s s 4 Y Q D s C . U . . 7 M , . 1 C . 'Il fr' S ' . , ff ' ' ", s -1 ' ' Kg D s u u - w Q 'Vi ' . U 1- F C. . . . . . , , . C :-, 1 n s C 'M v ' . C P n s n , V. , . . , ' u - Q 1 Q- ' GH 5, ' ' 0 A u n K l a D . C 4 l :F ni' n rx l on I ' . S l . . . D .Y 'V' . . , I 3 Z I, Patrlck Aloysrus Krrwrn I' N 08 Foolbz-1ll2 3 4 Ba eball 2 3 4 I Pat" the boy wrth the harr that cannot be eo d jorned our ranks rn the Sophomore year but srnce then he has been a deflnrte asset to the school football and baseball Have lrrm a chance to exhrbrt hrs muscular prowess class has ryen hrm a chance to exhrbrt hrs cunnrnf' wrt hrs reen sweaters prove that he rs a staunch and typrcal Irrshman ont of the fortunate few that can o home to eat lunch always ready yylth 1 helprn hand toward other schoolmates can make frrends by just sayrn hello loves to rve rt to hrs tlassmates u 1 rn take rt wrth equal aplomb a 'r dele 'ite from the Mount to lordhsrm Colle e Pat wrll tand out as a loyal rndustrrous and dcpe lcl ble Mountalneer Ifred joseph Klag Our Lady of Solace Sodalrty " 3 4 'Vlrnslrel 4 Glee flub 4 9 Alf Halls from the em rrons of Morrrs Park no ex ceptron to the reputed yollrtv of the stout has lrvened manv a dull forty mrnutes wrth hrs hearty laugh prcture of health our has wavy yellow locks an ever beamrn smrle that has 'rm counted for hrs large number of frrends rs never depressed by classroom drfficultres usually keeps hrs avera,,e well above the borderlrne rabrd Grant fan wrll ar,.ue baseball at the least provocatron especrally wrth Ray Duffy Dod,er partrsan model sodalrst dances occasronally to balance that avorr dupors srdeklck of E,an and Eustace has not as yet made known hrs plans rerardrn, colle e or career best wrshes, Alf just keep smrlln throuvh Robert Anthony Klemmarm P S I1 Baseball 3 4 Football 3 4 I Butch Yonkers boy handsome husky charmm pleasant personahty he and O Brren rnseparables famous for hrs wrrnkles when he smrles rnvaluable asset to the football had knack of drscernrng opponents plays and always gettrnff hrs man a seasoned baseball player qurte a slugger oblrgrng and understandrn nature ood student and hard worker as an assocrate classmate and frrend Butch cant be beaten must have Spanrsh blood rn hrm nyoy hrs sresta rn the fourth perlod wrll be a credrt to hrs new Alma Mater Vrllanova Reynold Gerard Kurth Et Thnmnv Aquinas Sodalny 4 Football 2 '3 4 Paseball Z 3 4 Ba ke! 2 3 4 0 Ray one half of that far famed duo of Kurth and Crowley ffreat athlete always at home whether on the rrdrron dramond or mdoor court possesses no less than nrne mono Grams a re ular fellow knows hrs wav around wo favorrte hobbres collectrnv s1,.ns subway parkrnv beer and the lrke also out uessrn the teachers posrtrvely refuses to take lrfe serrouslv ln hrs oprnron lrfe IS lust a bowl full of cherrres needless to sav Ray rs well lrked by the student body hrs departure wrll leave a yord at the Mount that wrll be sorely felt plans to take a busrness course at Nragara K .,: s .,. as ' ' nlbe...he V D . U' .. U . ,, - , ,, U x X I 1 ' L' ...c V 1 g ,... ' " SL 77 LL' "7 'i .t 5: .. ,....bt 1.44.',7.' . . . ...s. ,g. y. U ,C v. . . rc, I. . 'free ' . j. . j.L.,:, c :.. . ,L ,. . V. . f.... -... g C' g K4 nn- ' I .zany U -nun . I sau' all . . . Y U . y, y .wuo- . at use ' ' ' GC 97 U 0' U P ' SL "ly 75 F C. CC 75 7 '04 , , U... . ,. . xg ... , ... . xy - - v ,m... L D u ' GG 57 U U . P ...H , , , . .. . . - ...e s -s4- va- ' Y' ' - . . ' 'v' . 1 A . . -. . . i, ,.,,,. ,.,, s- all,.,, cs ya V V U.. ...F , P , , . 4 .. 0 ' ' ' . ' V - .. I. U ...r . U' YY "' 5 qv 3 7-Q s g 'sz "' . . ' . - .. 44. .. , .,, V. . Y e... .. 1, ' 1 Vs... V, Y. 7. Lawrence james Landolte Harrison Avenue School. Football 2. 3, 4. O "Larry". . . a pigskin devotee. . . a plugger on the football team. . . seen with his pals. Norton and 0'lirien. wherever he ventures. . . neat dresser. . . ohliging. . . polite. . . will always give a friend a ride in his car. . . can he seen headed for St. Frances of Rome with a dozen boys sprawled all over his Ford and a great number of others chasing after him. . . this may be the reason for the fast getaway which he developed in the last few months. . . always in earnest. . . serious. . . a willing and in- dustrious student. . . so long. Larry. and may success crown your years of college at Yillanova. Robert Michael Lawson Holy' Cross. Football 2, 3. 4: Basketball 3. 4: Track 3. 4: llast-hall l. 2. O "Boh". . . big. quiet. handsome. easy-going. . . is something to be reckoned with on the gridiron, where he has earned many well-deserved laurels. . . has also endeared himself to the hearts of the basketball and track fans. and his performance in the recent ping-pong tournament is worthy of mention. . . hobbies'?. . . col- lecting stamps, and tap dancing. . . but donit ever tangle with him. . . that last has never occurred. however. for Bob hnds it impossible to get mad at anyone for a period longer than two minutes. . . which may account for his universal popularity. . . is headed for an engineering career. Stephen Francis Leonard SI. Benedict. Track 3. I "Steve", . . has been with us only three years but that was time enough to make a host of friends. . . always has a pronounced air of concentration. . . very studious. but he can't see French. . . is a newspaper boy after school hours. . . his favorite subjects are math and science. . . favorite pastime is dancing. . . St. Barnabas H. S. holds quite an attraction for him. . . why?. . . ardent so- dalist. . . fine sense of humor. . . always present when needed and willing to lend a helping hand. . . the field of Engineering beckons to him. . . Manhattan awaits him. . . may all of your ambitions be fulfilled. Steve. Benedict Raymond Liuzzo Sl. Frances of Rome. Sodality 2. 3, 43 Ulee lflub 3. -1: Minstrel 4: Gym 'lieam 3. 4. 0 "Benny". . . lives within the shadows of the Mount. . . strongly Italian features. . . likable nature. . . well-met with all. . . one of our Turn Yerein artists. . . great gymnastic ability. . . born actor. . . great endman in 1910 Nlinstrel. . . hard work has born fruit scholastically. . .loyal member of the Sodality. . .succeeded in his studies and took part in school activities even though he worked every day after school hours. . . uncertain as to future. . . his indomitable spirit will no doubt lead him to success. ,Q N u PLM UDL xy Vu WI11Iam ames Lonergan ramcs u Home sN1d1l1y 7 S 111.1111 O B111 ta11 and lanky good dresser Ill eyen lyetter dancer, for he has won a contest hele 'md 11ltlC' wall llkcd by both frenders and qulte artlye soc la11y 11111 has Ill alr of cos lnopolltanlsm about hllll and the klloyyled e of the llfht 111111 t do 'lt the ll ht tlme s elyolltt 1017111 IQ u Dlll 11te nl Saturdays alld by means of plenty of hard Mlllh 'md 11111111 hurn 111 of the I'IlldIll"1lt 011, he a1w 1ys ll1dll1fe Ill thl 11013111 cxeept on yely rare oecaslons can Illlll fle yy lth ally crowd Yyl11l0lll t11e lelst effort racks lJ9IS0lll1l1y alld knows how t lQl t p11l1s to fo to 1Xf13Il1l81l'1ll Thomas Peter Longo Holv Rosary Sodahty 2 3 4 Honor R011 1 C Buhs a brlght lwht hearted youth wlth a ready 561156 of humor has a great ab111ty to detect the humorous ln ey ery thlnv however trlfhng It mav be 1 wltty punster always has a blg smlle for everyone spare moments OCCUIJIGC1 1 pranks and fun maklne remarks nlade ln the c1assrool11 at III opportune moments frequently vexed teachers class authority on how to make a good attempt to answer questlons leglster surprise b6Ml1C18I'I11CIlt vavueness attempt to phrase an answer frequently seen wlth hls pal, George Nicholson YOUII 111311 whose feelings of well helnv IQ lIlfCL1l0ll4 has a heart of gold when you Het to lt wood luck Tom joseph Alphonse McDonnell 91 Martm of Tours T ackl 2 3 4 C 1V1ac from the Woodlayyn settlon a rfll y perpetual crew halrcut so short you can count the halls on 111 lead has heen nicknamed Tlffer Joe hooster for 511111 mer 11fe lll Falrfield Conn lI1V31llZi1l1C trackman for 1o11 dls tanmes has helped the 'V1o1mt yyln 111 my 1 trophy an 111111 11111 ablllty to duck wolk 11111 s W1ter1oo 1rench 111 olll YPIIQ of French he 1las 11 arned fe tous alma qlllet sense of humor when he smiles 11e '11so 1Y1llq1lCQ has no definlte plans for t11e 11111116 w111 doubtless be a track star 111 a ft w years Francis Patrlck MCC-overn Sl Raymond 0 balty tall lean, and lanky las ful easy Olll a a qulet fellow wlth a 1lkab1e dlsposltlon we haye heard more than once t11at he IS qulte a lady killer extremely r idlcal ln 111s opll11ons stands up for many thlnvs the rest of the class w111 slt down to llsten to IS frequently referred to as 1at11er Couvhlln s rlght hand man can be seen here, there, and eyery where QC11lI1U Soczal Iuslzee neyer a plcture of sartorlcal e1e Uance can always be seen with hls pal and ardent supporter F X Smith between the two of them, they form qulte a Sfflh mg colnblnatlon just what Qalty lntends to do IS unkonyyn fl 11 , ' , r L., ' 4 Lf ., lc., ' , sq 1 g 1 B. 1 we . 1 ij . swf' f '..1t -'-1.:,4gl1as-- .2. ft - as v C , E r, ' Vt c " ' .sz ' 1 1 1 ' , ',H, 'Il i H 41 . 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I - v cc rw- ' - Y- Robert Albert McCown r 111411 or fowl lounsrl X X tr O ob a boarder representrnff suburban New Jersey It sopholrrore rear rtrrlprlts lll 1 NlllN Q ex rerrrelr patrerrt rn w lltlll for lrrdfrx to rrrrxe on that dar rt rs home for hrm unless prerented br Saturd'11 oorral has a drlhr ult trme wrth hrs studres but hrs per rstencs rs Uenerallr rewarded rers srlerrt rn r ass flrrds 111 Bob Herrrressey a ffreat frrerrd and tutor renowned for hrs rrnbrffrr ous answers spends lrrs spare trrrre rn plarrrrfr poeket brllmrds resses on the harp srre 1 a lrrdres man rn l1r home town happs ,o luckx vets a keen delrfrht out of lrfe lr IS a great deal of rntc rest rn drffererrt school frctrrrtres frlwas 1 entlemrrr rrrterrrls to make lluke lrrrxersrtr hrs futurc -Xlmr X XI rter Wrllram joseph lVlcKeown Barnabas S dalrtr 7 3 4 fl f I 1 4 Nlrn trel 4 Dramatrcs Debatrn 4 Tower Staff 4 'tlourrtarneer btaff 4 C llar Stumpr a l'1r e bundle of pep and personalrts esperrallv as an endman rn the rnrnstrel wrtty humorous howerer Wlac can be xerv serrous on occ'rsrons rntellr ent and trustworths has re'1t dr'1m'1tre abrlrts hrs qurrk wrt exuherfrnt Hood humor and lore of fun and lau hter are es serrtral elemrnts of hrs krndlv and frrendlv nature a very drlr ent student and assrduous member of the sodalrtw sensrble thrrrker ffood debater loves a ffood joke, a prank, a good laufrh hrs Hood humor qurekly removes from the teacher s mrnd 'IIN hrnt of Contempt or rnattentron h'1s a propensrty to study john Vrrrcerrt lVlc:Kernar1 Nt Barnabm 0 Iac came to u as a matter of course br followmv hrs older brother s footsteps mam '1 semor clarms hrm 'rs hrs best frrend rt rs a shame that w orkrrrv has prerented hrs partrcrpa trorr 111 extra Lurrrrular actrrrtres he rs a fine athlete one of the best hovers 111 Sarnt Barnabas takes a 'treat deal of err rsh lrtc 11 111 s 1 rerr quret rn rlass unless sornetlrrrrv dehnrtels corrflrc ts wrtlr hr 114 ws trerr rou 1111 be sure that Nlrrc rs f'0lIl to become loqufrerous 'md PU"Il'lll0llQ has 1 X0llllTlll10llb 1oc'1bul'1ry rc 1 rts 111 fxerersrrrf r hrs trme rs too well oeeuprrd to 'rfforrl hrm '1 ll"l'lIllC to hare '1 pastrme we corrsrder rt rrrurtrhle th It Jrlrrr wrll hrt hrs mark rn lrfe james Robert lVlclVlanus St Barnabas bodalrty 4 Football 5 4 Debatrn 3 blte flrrb 4 Nlrrr trel I l betrrtarw C lar part of the trro ,loe Burns Nlctlanus and Meenaffh hrs serrrees were partrcularlr apprecrated on the grrdrron whrre hrs Great rnffenurtr ware hrm the edffe on mans an opponent wr certarnlr a11 Important ro rn the Nlount s football mr r the Irrsh I lrrrt rn hrs ewes rs tempered bs a readr mrle 1111 1cspe'1ks rrs htrrr sprrrt on the ffrrc rron John Nlcfor 1 of our t lee he was qurte '1 sensatronal hrt at the rrrrrrstrel mn eradr questrons rerr eflrrrently nexer unduly ruflled br tlre weekly report card should talk hrmself rnto 1 lrlr- posrtron has a subtle sen e of humor e perrallr rn the Fn lrslr perrod rntends to fo to prep school or colleve lrell surelr get plaees Un , V' " I .A f. .llllr el 4. .QB 9-I l ' M - Z- K I l' , 5 .. . . mm ' to us irr . 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F , , , joseph Frarlcls Marcantorno Mt bt Mlehall Sodallty 2 Glee llllll 'S 0 oe llves but tylo blocks from the Qtl100l bef all hls educatlon here ln the first year Grammar ffrades and has enjoyed every mlllute of lt up to the present day can frequently be found wlth hls nose burled ln a book IS well adapted to Elle ll h due to hls CXICIIQIVC readlne he would never be ucused o DUSIII an lllll6lll h ure hllt he toes p ly a ffllry Hoot f llne of basketball artlstlcallv lncllned would llke to dexelop hls talent by attendlng art school after Uraduatlon has SCIIOUS llltentlons of beeomlng a commerelal artlst Joe IS a dllleent h'lrd worklnff student, of the type that usu llly Uets along ldlllel well ln thls world joseph Andrew Marlrl Holy Famzll Sodallty 2 3 4 C oe dally commuter from Unlonport to the Vlount lery qulet strange sllent type unassumlne d1f'Il1l:1ECl unobtruslve knons how to take a yoke hls qulet re serve has prevented manv from knowlng hlm IS qulte a fax orlte mth hlS classmates foreyer Obll lng and conslderate of others attractlve personalltw and PICHSIIIQZ dlsposltloll 2' 1' lleay ors hls hdelltv as a sodallst IS pralseworthy llne school splrlt lslll he a credlt to any school he chooses joseph Peter Maurer St Barnabas Sodallty 4 C-lee Club 4 Nllnstrel 4 0 oe another member of the Qt Barnabas hordes after two and a half years of subway rldlng, he declded to take up walklne so now he Hoes to the Mount hls only regret 15 that he dld not get the ldea sooner a rather qulet 3ddltl0Il to our ranks but nevertheless, a valuable one the S0lld type Hood llstener who also can make yery Hood llstenlnff should the oceaslon requlre lt desplte hls brlef stay at the Mount ,joe has gathered a larve clrcle of frlends about hlm IS headed for Manhattan and the buslness world probably Wlll be donatlll a spare gym or tlso, a fell years hence Eugene Francls Meenagh Petlr and Paul lrlckl 7 5 4 Football 2 Nl nstrcl 4 bln llll Cla Frcasurcr 2 C Red hlS fiery red halr an lndlcatlon of character ns le-'fs dld yeoman servlce on the track for four years ccrtalnlv an lmportant asset to the track team has a Uenlal dlSp0Sll.l0Il and a llxely sense of humor hls subtle wlt and qulck come backs often affected many a teachers blood pressure ha qulte a rolllcklng laugh hls loye of fun and laughter was well appre clated on the campus took a short nap every once ln a lshlle durlnff the course of the second perlod hls spontaneous yslt yery frequently was a source of merrlment to all he IS stlll undeclded about hls next Alma Mater our best wlshes accom pany hlm for all future undertaklngs LJ. W ,.- .Q . .. I , . . . , ,' , , , rg , b . , ' 1 n. rv F 2- ' x 1. . .N lf . . 1 n c l Z-' S - . . g. . . 2 -- f 5 gt a :g . 1-15 .'l'g lgt , . . . . . I ' I . . . 7 ' I - . 'v . L . P . ' . . l ' c- . . . . Z, , , . P k D- 2 Y F L . , .. V. . A4 L- f ff xl .x -V , H If-,'.,,,x ' ' '," I 1 s - NJ .2 . . l Y Y l 1 Q : . Y 1 u n . - Cs -ln 'IT n vu s 4 7 'nan u I L- l ' o P s a 1 u -. . . - - 1' . . . . a lerfeet ffentleman. . . a Hood student. . . due to his earnest CII- . ' g 3 . ' c . SGJ 77 l 5 as - - - . .Q ' , . . . ' . . . a b 4 H 1 o a n u C C V ., . . . c ' , .. C I I o n .- . . . - . 2' SS. ' ,1.,l, : :cis - 3 I bl: I FS V ' Q ' . H ". . . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . . . l'- r-n lv M . f i l al l .1 ., . . 'Y . . . C , ' ' ' c . . . s ' n 2- . . I Y V' av 4 - . I, 5. - c n n ' u. joseph Walter Mentz NI Barnabas qodallty 4 Treasurerl Track 7 4 0 ,Ile one of TX oodl lysn s fllst Llll7E'IlQ could YK ell ansysu to the appelatlon Qmlles short and husky hls fI'lE'l1IlQ falrly swarm after hlln can appreclate 1 good joke drlyes hls Ford to school every day extremely lnterestecl ln 'lthletlt eagerly lent hls support to the track team ln second 'md fourth year has a Sl10'lll. propenslty toysard blllQl'llTlU on certam oct 1 slons usually seen ln the company of Vllke Larelll and Hlll Slattery hls pleasant and "lI'lll'lbl6" personallty yylll Ur'lce the corrldors and campus of Nlanhattan Colleffe ns easy Horne nature yylll probably stand hlm ln flood stead ln hl later llfe fol lyllll lt he yllll make many nlole la tlnff fl IPI flslllp john james Mlckelsen 5 9 ootball 1 2 T k T 2 XIIII tre 4 Club 4 Q "Mlck the modern Arroys Collar Man somethlng to set the fennnlne hearts a throbblnff and the slvht of hlm lll actlon does thlngs to the football coach MlCk has made a ylell earned name for hlmself lll sports and ln other thlnvs too athlete a knowledge of how to dress for he alylays looks llke somethlnff out of 1 fashlon plate 'ln excellent dancer one of the few who mn do the Llndy lll ft tuyc and stlll look presentable afterwards and he really can slnff catches up on hls sleep durlnff rnflth yery popular yylth eyeryone even the math teacher Nlltk ls rather yaffue about his plflns for the future but he should try dCp0SlIlU T rone Power 5 Donald Phullp Monaghan St Francls de Sales C Don no one knows why Don came to the Mount but we are all thankful doesnt take an actlve part ln athletlcs but IS an ardent follower and rooter of all sports a one IHHI1 cheer lnv sectlon soothln volce wldespread vocabularv l pronunclatlon IS unlque and lnlmltable when Don speak the words just flow from hls mouth a loyfll NIOIIIIIHIIIPBT and fl true frlenfl hls yylnnlnv yxays alld ready yylt yson hnn a place ln the hearts of all rare sense of humor joy lal at all tlnles nlay the world snllle yylth you llyxays Don .1 hn Thomas Monahan Holy Cross 9 Bud came to Nlount from Holy Cross School to spend four years fllled yslth happlness land to be educated! full of fun, especlally ln the classroom yslthal an ay eraffe student yery much lIllBI'6QlQ6d ln 86I'0ll3l1llCQ nl class he IS partlal to sclences clllef ysorry to lnath teachers for four years ns efforts to keep the class amused IIEWFI eclned to be appreclated by teacher actlye lll lnterclas sports hobby model llllllll me most of spare tlnle l spent ylltll razor lll one llflntl and strlp of balsa ul the other ls lll doubt as to future career hls yslt and felllill personallty should IIIQUTC llllll a Hood melsnre of success ln future llfe at pre ent lns future yocatlon keeps both hum and us QUCSNIIIQ. Excelslor John' .. . - 1 - g 'L. . aa fs ' 1 1 - 1 1-- 1 1 111 1 . . . , 1 t . . -. . . t - as ' 91 1 - - - . . . . . t - . . . ,, t AY 1 c s L , I 7 1 Q p Y: ' '. . . .' ' - 4 , 'S . . . -- , , . . . . ' . ' 4 ' l g 4 1'. . . .. 4 c . . ' ' rc.. . 1 . 11 . 1 , A11 ,t.1..l-.,, , ' '- , - . s . 4 'I I sl -l . V ' - -' -' 7 . A . 1 s , .., s. l. .. 6 . F , . 3 4. rac 3 4. ennls 1 , s 'l Glee y l y , Y ,'- 77 C4 1 77 ' ' D. a u C . , , , e c E, . . . an I., C n n w C T ' 'c 7 c . , w 1 r ' I . -1 n I C F.: Q a - T, C a 1 s 7 v Y. 7 T 1 44 -1va- v ' 1 ,C f. - . 1 - 'F . L - , . , . - C f . . . f 4... r ,Av pg. ,t ,. . J CG 7, , . . . . . . - -- . . . 11 . . .S D .,, D ... .. 1. . . h , . ' . - s, ' - . . . 4 f c . . . . F 1 C x 4 - V L, - 1 e - T 4 . . . . 4. 1 1 , 1 Y , 65 5 As- t -:L X K SQ 77 1 1 , -- . . . C - . . . 1 - -. . . , ,, ':c 5 " ' ' '-s- -... - ,.. . . . S . ' '. 4 s. C Ll s v 1 x L I an 9 I . Z. . 1 . . L. t., ' - . . . S . ' ' ' ' 1 'Q 3. .. , . Robert Michael Mooney P. S. 68. Perfect Attendance l. 0 ulfudw. . . never allowed studies to trouble him very much. . . just could not seem to keep awake in class. . . an expression he will long remember, "Mooney, wake uplv. . . however such ad- monitions only served to break up his sleep enjoyed sports after school football and basketball are his favorites served hls class ln Intramural basketball and football as a sophomore he was so ambltlous as a freshman he never mrssed a s1n le day of class after graduatlon ln June he hopes to enter the Mer chant Marine Academy hlS classmates wlsh hlm the best of luck ln th1S endeavor h1s fellow students are certam that a MOUHIHIHCCF such as he cant help belng worthy of the name ln the future wlth thls vote of confidence he should not fall Edward Lawrence Moran 91 Barnabas Sodallty 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 0 Ed of the reserved retlrm unobtruslve type hard worker good student efficlent pleasant h1s quretude has a certaln quallty for drawln frlends extremely lnterested ln sports usually seen Wlth h1s two bosom pals, Hal Ohlweller and Ed Walzer has a keen sense of humor IS very mdus trlous and lntellwent youn, man a model example of an as sxduous member of the q0d3llt5 always on the best terms w 1th teachers and fellow students IS a v1ct1m of the CVll weed may be frequentlv seen pufhn ardently on a c1,.arette 'IIWHNS a entleman next slnn post on the road to fame 15 Manhattan Colle-be Arthur Anthony Moynlhan qt Peters Yonkers O Art 15 another of those few boys who have jomed our ranks as a sophomore hls one year loss d1d not however affect hls popularlty Latln hls favorite Caesar never bothered hun qulet and reserved never ave teachers any ray haxrs dl gent ln school ardent supporter of all scholastlc actlvltles has always encountered dllhculty wlth mathematlcs art course lll colle e appeals to hlm most has no defmlte one ln mlnd as we whatever may be your cholce Art our ,ood wlshes for a successful career accompany vou as you check out from the Mount Stephen Aloyslus Muldoon onor Roll 1 s Bl ent nnls c O Steve noted for hls manly phys1que a tennls champ thls ablllty mherlted from an uncle who 1s a true champlon as he was not of varslty standard, he lent hrs athletu abllltw to lnterclass football and basketball good at studles won Le lon of Honor ln second year for h1s school splrlt and 3SSldlllllW a soclal success delinltely especlallv when he IS arrayed ln hl Sunday best also a press agent for Woodlawn may always be consldered the perfect entleman hls w 1nn1n personallty has attracted many frlends Stese wlll declde lus llfe s career after a sojourn at one of the local colle es 3 .. . Q , , g U . . . , i ' 7 AV I an as K l , 5 - - . - . . . , . g, Q. . .- . . . g . Q h . . L -. L ' .D cr ' s u s , '.' gr , . . . 1 'U K ' ll l on 59 L lc: n,- . Y , ' ' C . a I .QI - 1 w - , 1 , u. . . . , . . . - . U U . . G . . . C C l Q .-. . . . . plays a good deal of basketball. . . sand-lot football, also. . . J' Y Y ' I " l . . . I Q t. . . 1 ' , , Q ' P. S. 19. H : Class l'r s'd lg Te 2, 3, 4: 'l'ra,k Z. 3. .. ,, . . . h U. . , L... rx nnn. Y A . . .iq H - e 1, . . . ' I . 7 ' . g . Danrel Thomas Murphy 8 Ollalltt 0 U Ura Track 4 0 Dan handsome lru hrrr lrrshmarr l eak to 1 at every opportunrts hrs portrayal of a rrl rn the .lurrror Plax had the stace door ,lohnnres at hrs heels respected bs hrs foot ball opponents as rureed rndrvrdual of watch charm calibre showed he lrked math bv desertrn Nrr rl for nolrd rrs qulps at tlmes Come at the most rnopportune moment espeerallx whrle rn the confines of En lr h class rnhabrts NlcCaules s Ford at noon constant companion of Pat Ahern sound reasonrn supports hrs frequent objections rn classroom forum rs the second of the Edenwald Nlurphw to wear the fold and B ue popular wrth the rrls 'md justly so wrll corrtrnue educfrtron at one of the local Colle es Oh Danny boy well nrrss. you so' Stephen Francrs Murphy :rome Ba eball 1 2 3 l I lfoothrll Captarn 4 Basketball Captam 4 O Steve when athletrcs are mentroned at the Mount the name Steve Murphy wrll always crop up mainstay of football bas ketball and baseball one of the crtys best athletes won great drstrnctron of berng prcked for both football and basketball All Crty teams although hrs name rs always rn the lrmelreht, he rs strll the same quret reserved, Stexe hrs droll remarks lndrcate Celtrc nature hrs popularity and abrlrty stand recog nrzed when hrs teammates elected hrm captarn of the football and basketball teams wrll 0 to the colle,e of hrs choice from the lone lrst of colleges which have offered hrm athletic scholarshlps easy to foresee that the future All American Stexe wrll remarn prrmarrly the loyal Mountaineer Thomas Francis Murphy ja N1 Barnabas Track 3 4 Sodalrty 2 0 Toddy received hrs nickname rn lrarnmar School and rt stuck wrth hrm trll he Graduated from the Mount alumnus of qt Barnabas made an excellent water boy for the football team durrn hrs freshman year the coach wrll always be rn dehted to hrm many a rousrn cheer was rxen hun a he jo,,,ed on and off the field drawrng hrs water pall behrnd hrm professes a pull wrth the faculty doubtful rf they know 'rnsthrrrff about rt handrcapped by hrs QIYC made a reliable trackman as a ,lunlor and Senior the Maroon of Fordham rs Toddw s chorce for the next four wears mes Arthur Zregler Our Larlx of Solacz Fla Secretary I B o ter Kward 4 Nolalrlx 5 4 lrrfect Attendance Z 3 4 U rr a dark easx orrr drsposrtrorr snt r worry rn the world hobby photo,raphx enroxs click ln the shutter and cleseloprn hr films a ood darrrer lrkes outdoor sports basketball and swrmmrn are hrs faxorltes a Glen Nlrller fan arerorrautrcs rrrterest hrm probably wrll make thrs hrs lrfe work math rs hrs faxorrte subject drslrkes history wrll attend some loral rolle e to preprre for hrs career rn axratron P. 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" Q " - ,g r George Anthony Nicholson lloy Rosary Smlallty 4 lrack 4 I-notlyall '3 0 The qunshlne of Your Smlle Ceorffe probably lnsplrcd lt Z1 plufmer an elegant speaker loves to address 'ln audlence authorlty on war, polmgs Once Sgld Social fustzce conservatne ln manner and ln dress dark com plexlon llkes to be called Nlck Braues bodyguard llkes to try to solve the vexlng labor problems of the day Georges deslre to keep up ln hrs HC3d6lT1lC work caused hlm to llmll hxs extra currlcular act1v1t1es doesn t like math but ysould llke to be an englneer headed for Manhattan College Fnvlneer mv qchool next fall The Green should be qlllte bCCOITl1Ilg Andrew Patrick Norto AMMIQ Sl Raymond ty lallty 2 Irack S Xllll trel 4 C A malnstay of the class West Farms boy h'1s a ysnnnnv smlle frlendly to and llked by all constantly seen 1n the company of Bradv and Joyce lns bosom frlends says that he only studles through necesslty sometnnes troubled by the lrk soma llllIlfYG lfe ls 1 u en ye o or an extla esson nemesls 1s chem ffot along well nevertheless 'ln ardent baseball fan talks lt eyen ln hrs sleep neat ln dress when QIJFIHU rolls around he becomes '1 dreamer oyes '1 o nc o c proyed to be 'I slnffer ln the lVllnstrel denlcs he IN 1 crooner throu h next year yylll Hnd hun ll! Delehanty Ill'-lllllll' ysants to be a Cllll 'ierylce employ ee wlll be a 1 ood one Andrew Leo O Brien 3 Y llaseba I A vyalkln delegate from Mount Vernon '1 consclentlous yyorker lnterested Ill all sports first love IS baseball constantly seen yylth bosom frlend, Klelnmann a source of lr ument when hlstoly IS concerned has to be thorou hly eonylnced on any subject an mterested and keen connolsseur of modern muslc hobby IS collectlnff records of the syunff bands of the day conservatlve dresser favorlte ubyects were those pertalnlne to selences has a plCZ1SlI1U manner about nm can be both serlous and funnv at the proper tlme yery lnterested m a college educatlon next year the study of lm yylll clann lllq attentlon at Fordham lollltelglty he rootmg for you, Andy rard Francis O Connor 2 5 4 -Xy ll rrmfcs of Rome Sotlallty lerfect Xttenclance 7 C 6118 has been daslnn doysn Pltman Ayenue it the lt to hour ey ery mornlnff for four years his ayse and merrnnent of freshman days haye lon f slnce dlsappeared hls fI'0llLlxlH source of annoy ance to teachers at IIIHCS yyell llked by all yyho came mto contact yuth thls snnlmg youth has enjoyed eyely mlnute of h1s stay at the 'llount yery talkatlye fayorlte sport basketball although not of yarslty cahbre he plays a fine cave game always took an act1ye part ln lntramural sJo1ts yya 1 key man on all hls class teams Yylfllllll f booster award ln hls yunlor year, a trlbute to hls school splrlt would llke to ysear Manhattan s green and yyhlte for the next four years hls amlable dlsposltlon yylll galn hlm frlends yyhereyer he goes fortunate fnends' 44 ' ' 17 . . . 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" g. a C ' Y 1 ' 1 1 1 v ' I V 1 . . . . . . h l Y 5 the ' C ' l . ' 7 'V 1 V 1 1 cl A ' -'c- c...' go . , V - Patrlck Francls O Dare ta 1 x 7 U An allen from Westchester 1 Nllllllll for foul wars twplcal lflillllldll as name llldllates lllfft molnplcxlmn lslth Xkdflll and frlenlllx HIl1llE for ex erlhocll lu meets 1 lllff ft on tolserlnf' slx feet tuo one l1llllllI'Pll Illlltlh known and Xerl well lllted hx 1ll 1 fllll"t!ll lsorlxer nt llllf' sur seems to fret llllll rllecl sl ses a sslll l NINUIII stronf' as itll ox one of the XIUIIIIIQ most dfltlll loostlrs 1 lsaxs las a HIC ssol or l Hoo Ihllllllfl ltlrufll no 1 lctle1llx lIllllllCll P1t was a lxals seen l IOCTIIIU N ount on ls un lallle or tlcluts or IHSIFC were to le soc 1 a lsaxs lefl llls class stl QPl6lllllf' lllQ co eve YKllfIt'XfI' xoll go, Pat may God he Wllll you f- Harold Wllllam Ohlweller St Igllllllllllh Sotldlltx 4 I D1 lllxed tral ellna dolllltolxn so eanle to xl0l1I1l. III Iwellruarl of 1939 halls from Xonkers at sthool qulckly est lhllshecl hlmself a reaclv lslt allxass smlllllff has made a ho t of l-I'lCI1dQ Qllldl9Q nexer punled llllll tackled thelll easllw not athletlcalll lIKlIIlCCl clue to cllsloeated elhou seems be happx golutkx has a XNlllll1llfV personalltw IICIIIGQIQ 19 gun conserlatlle dresser fast tl lxfr llilll' IQ tl llaxs llckecl dolxn sen neat annals to l-Clllllllllt lIIld"lllZill0Il can be seen refflllflrlw Wllll llle hest frllllll Nloran known folleffe IIHGIIIIOIIQ wet uhatexer you choose to do Ollw ood uek Matthew joseph O Rellly In hllllt 'fffldfllll 5 llllllW 7 3 4 C Matt lame to the llount after hallnff eolllpletecl l1lQ fI'PQlllllE1Il year lt L1 Qalle Aeademx borll and ralsecl 111 Llttle Old 'Ven York 1 tlplcal Nlountallleer U9I16I0UN LOIlf'Pllldl easv UOIIIU dlsposltlon stuclles were lleler allouetl to lntfrfere wlth lllQ other aetllllles a snll e was IQ RIICMKI to a question tllat stumped hllll lerw popular mth lllh fellow boarders not lmarlusarrl ln ans lsax the llfe of 1 parlx nuer lsorrlcs .lllxaxs jollw and lsell met ola o lls fam lll lllllfllllllld 'ICIIXIIIPS alllllltlous Sltlll ml 'lo .ll ll uri .1 no llehnltelx plannccl ue are sure that lll's SSIIIIIIIIU suns lllf 1.1 l llXZlllIlf' snllle Nl hrlffhten hl ual throllffh IP Wllllam joseph Parsons r , ff St BHVHHIIUS T ack 1 3 4 I, L C Blll IQ allothel SE'lll0l who KUIHPQ lllfllll that llttle Xllllkff' aeros- Waketleld Brldee has been at the Nlount for four too short Sears elalnls he has a radlallt IJEIQOHHIIIW lsllleh captnates hls tearhels nl ls clfhata 1 e It tlf :ll s Qlllllf' III 5PIlI0I' :lass Jer aps thats the reason for lllN sorla success trat l l f8XOIll6 snort a stellar sprlllter Ol three xears an 2lClOIllI7llQllIll Tl ur resllte lttc lldllllll f spars Nllll almost LIHXOIIC falorlte subject Phxslms IIS lnar s shoss lt Nl prohallls lucoml 1 aspcr nlxt l uncleeldecl as to farmer ln llfe P. 5. 4. lorlfrvrs. Fo I'l't, L. 4. " ' Vx' ' ' u' " ? 'T fll ' . l F ' ' . . . posifs: 5 ' " nil gr I tlity. . . .l"". I, k' I 'fkf ill...?. d ' ".zlll,,l t .tll-'. ."." 't l '.: -l ',,.l 'l' ' s f Nl': l ' l .ll,"I'.t" l' 1 1 'l....,'ll., ", 1 ll.,... ' 1' 'Qt' "...:-tip P'.',.... -ei' ki k s S", ,'.....Hr'.. "s'-," to. interestell lllrr-lllC aetivities kt K? In of St. lgglI'IlZ'llJllg.- .- .L has no - F, , ei' " ' ' ' . , 'gg 1 . . .i 'A ' fol'v'l, , . '-I-.'...l."lLt ' ' "Bl N . .... ' l l,f"...ft--sys-1. t I D gn- --- .Q-' ','-pil.-,. ' ,. 'll 'P , 's r l'f. " ,-,f'.a:', 21 , . r ' . . . ' V ' . toll" g 1 - 'll . . . tl 'YOWIICI' of l- test . ' ' .5 ' ' h . '. , ':- -'fl . ' .. 'li 's h's ' " SI ' : ' ' f ' ' " -...' -' 11 llff lag' l'l1 k... ' '. .. "lI- I I' " X l .lx 1 lfzll. . . QW 1 Francrs Vrdal Perdomo rurr N! 'llchacl S lalrty l r s -st 're ect o Smarty 4 ra l to rrrntarnrrr 4 r r ranra rr v o e 0 lra k a resrdent student srnce the fourth 01 'ide hfrr s from the Domrnrcan llepublrc commutes every summer from the rsland republrc brrllrant quarterback and flashy broken Held runner one of the llrrest defense basketball players not only has shown abrlrty as athlete but also as scholar one of the best Mount actors well remembered as 'Vlr Bones Mrnstrel, although some consrder hrs first performance of Doctor Nrkoloff rn the Boarders Play hrs best carrres humor rnto classroom to the constant rre of the faculty hrs resonant laugh often awakens the puprls from therr rererres bosom pal of roommate, Crp one of the best gymrrasts, even thouffh not on the gym team wrll take a busrrress course at Manhattan rold ug e Prazza nr lwnrrlr S dalrly 2 3 4 k r a r lor li 1 2 3 le ron of Honor 1 General Exullcnre 7 3 O A gem from the West Farms sectron loyal follower of all school actrvrtres no exceptrorrs alwavs found cheerrnff the Mount to vrctory Generally lrked by all starred as track man and elected to captarncy rn fourth vear quret and un assurnrnv Braue and Hallrvan, hrs bosonr companrons new er fazed by studres a class leader possesses a great wrll to wrn on track known for hrs drrvrnv start althou-fh small can broad jump twenty feet serene character reflected rn speech manner, and dress an ardent booster of the Mount wrll leave a cheerful memory behrnd hrm rs rnterested rrr hrgher educatron wrll pursue hrs studres at Manhattan College Convratulatrons, Manhattan Peter Francrs Qurnn jr l St Brendan flass lreasrrrer 1 S dalrtt 2 3 4 Nlountarneer btaff 4 Debatrngr 4 Mrnstrel 4 0 lrr hrs four years here lete has berorrre qurte popular seems to have been born to talk excellent delrater lrx es by the sword rt least rhetorrr rllx 'rlways argurnv rontrnufrlly acts as rf he were standrnv at a rostrum constant companrorr of Andy Norton he was well surted to hrs role as Mrnstrel heckler hrs classmates tan readrly yerrfy the fact staunrlr supporter of all school actrwrtres hrs sense of humor rn class has been the cause of much joy for hrs fellow students but mutlr grref for hrmself rs corrsrderrnff Fordham serrously ohn joseph Raftery Arrgrln Mcrrfr lrnor 1 l o 1 llttl 1 llaskctball 2 3 liooster Kward 2 u Clrrr 4 bocalrty 2 4 lrat l 2 3 4 godalrty lrra urcr 1 Scnror fla s Secretary 4 I J k one of the rrrost lrk'rble char rc ters of the Senror class has partrcrpated rn every sport except tennrs but always the scholar hrs school sprrrt can hardly be topped bv any hrs sodalrstrc zeal was rewarded by hrs berng elected sodalrty trea surer was also recognrzed by the entrre benror class by electron to the Omce of Claes secretary Jack has been known to have one of the largest appetrtes of the school thrs can be proven by the 5126 of hls lunches hrs whole scholastrc career may be summed up ln these words of hrs, 'I came, I saw, and I hate to leaxe" wrll beconre a student of Fordham College J oseph Andrew Rrchen Our lady of 'llerrm Port lhtster Track 1 2 3 -1 Frotlrall 4 Frelrman Ba eball Honor Roll 1 9 Joe a darly commuter from Port Chester 'rccompanres Landolfe to 'Nlurdock Menue rn the latters Ford Hlodel Tl at the rrsk of lrfe and Irmb the strll waters run deep ty pe occasronallv exhrbrts a smrle worth wartrn for desprte small ness of stature went out for football rnjured rn junror year nexertheless went out a arn rn Senror Year and earned hrs letter fine trackrnen won junror shot champronslrrp wlrrle labor rn to keep wer ht down also line sprrnter srrence 1 hr fayorrte subject to contrnue commutrng as a pre med at Man hattan your healrn efforts Doctor we awart Gerald Steven Rogers St Barnabas Sodalrty 4 Dramatrcs 3 C Shorty Trny Trm of the Senrors could easrly be mrstaken for a freshman perhaps Chesterfield Trme came too early for hlm halls from across Wakeheld Brrd e er haps thrs IS the reason for Shorty s hobby of berng late IS enactment of Mrss lVlar1an Blake rn the Junror Play had all the one could study very socrable chap, CSpCC18lly on Saturday mornrnvs lrked by all who et to know hrm fondest desrre IS to row taller so that he can take the Sarnt Barnabas H S Senrors out Peter Raymond Rooney lo Holy fross Baseball 1 2 3 4 C Pete an expert excuse manufacturer spent most of lrfe as a freshre rn ju was most overjoyed to see rt bo an excellent baseball man spent four years battrn for Mount nrnes dependable at bat and aheld hobby wrtnessrn hrs fax orrte team the New York Grants rn actron pet peeve the Dodgers rabrd sport fan could be depended upon to turn rn a good ,Dame for hrs class on the court always let studres take care of themselves wrll be mrssed by faculty and classmates alrke next fall wrll head for St Bonasenture Col leve Alleghany New York hopes to contrnue career on dra mon there should be as much of a success at St Bonaw enture as at the Wlount Bona Ventura at Bonaxenture Pete hn Mrchael Ross , IMO St Barnabas Dramatrcs 3 Nlrn trel 4 3 O Great lover of sports but not an actrve partrcrpant prefers handball to all others he w rll consrder hlmself a Good player only when he defeats certarn member of faculty 21 0 rn hr ,lumor year he vrvrdly portrayed a fr1,htened darkle an excel lent actor he became very 1ll rn hrs Sophomore year but made up hrs lost trme wrth drlrgent work and proceded to hr her classes after that trme studres ner er rnterfered wrth hrs pleasures B15 Johns humorous anecdotes and cheerful drsposrtron wrll be hard to replace at Mount St Mrchael rn future years plans to attend a busmess school after graduatrng from the Mount 'ef .. , '- . ll s r 1-' .1 ', ."' . 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Walter Phnllp Rozett abas Sodallty 7 3 4 Honor Roll 1 Dramallcs 'S a y the answer to a math teachers dream solves t most dllllr ult problems wlth abandon has llkewlse found fe stumbl1n blocks amonf hrs other studles has subtle sense of humor dellghts ln expoundmf hls wlt ln a llstless classroom very CllStI'21CllIl to the teacher has mastered the art of punnlng favorlte pastlme poklnv fun at buddy Bob Haley can be serlous lf disposed shows tl11s ln class dlSCl19Sl0IlQ has actlvely engaged ln lIllCI'Ll8QQ sports steady Qllflqllly turn ou Whlte Phantom act remembered by our play oers wlll cast lns lot lI1 the en lneerlnv held Webb lnstltute beckons remember, Wally brmv those dream castles to euth you can do lt Francis james Savage St Mary s lfonlrers Tower 3 4 Nlounlalneer 4 Dramatu 'S llonor Roll 1 0 Doc fuffltlve from Yonkers on the moody and phllo sophlcal slde camera fan of the Hrst order organlzed camera club ln sophomore year falled due to lack of dark room fac1l1t1es charter member of chess club wlll lone be remembered for hls portrayal of a country constable m the Jumor p a wrote wldely read Lookout column m the loner a hardworklngf member of the Mountaineer staff mlm Moun l.31ll6ClS dld thelr best to break llll0 prlnt ua hl chatty column a serlous student always kept hls marks well above aver ave represented class ln mtramural basketball and football a1nb1t1on journallsm expects to po to Samt wllLll'lCl s College, Unlverslty of Toronto Canada, IH the fall wlll take up hls chosen study there Rncha rd john Schermeyer P .S 19 Sodallty 3 4 Track 2 4 C D1ck qulet, retlrmv nature, a Beau Brummel ln dress ays ready to g1VC hls all for Alma Mater h1s scholastlc chlevement IS worthy of pralse a dllwent member of the track m mam reason for thls mterest IS to beat hls pal, Joe Farrell exhlblted h1s school Splflt by travellng to Lawrence to wltness the encounter between the Mount and Central Hlffh IS always gentlemanly ln appearance 15 a true sodallst attendmg the weekly Mass wlth a true sodallst s zeal has dreams of obtalnlng a car as a fvraduatlon 1ft lparents please notel wrselv observant rather than yerbose but h1s sense of humor IS revealed by the smlle has not mformed anyone of hls future plans, but w1ll undoubtedly pursue some course of hlvher learmnff Arthur joseph Scholl St Frances 0 Rome Cym Team 4 0 Ar 18 one of the earllest members of gym team showed all of us up on the parallel bar came to the Mount followmfr 111 the footsteps of hlS brother, Bob ardent camera bug prefers photographmg sports events, rather than partlclpatmff ln them keen math student who survlyed the rlgors of the Solld course persomfies wholesome frankness always speaks of hls Ford, owned cooperatlyely wrth three others fondest deslre IS to become of age, 111 order to drlye hls Tm Llzzy newhborhood boy often seen burrymff alonff Plt man Avenue rn order to get to school on tlme the buslness world awalts htm next Fall best of luck to you, Art, and may you pass that dr1ver's test , St. .. .., , : 9 f. .. o ll 'r ' - ' ' . 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H . 1 u o Q r. .1 I 1 F C ' joseph Walter Scott Blessed Sarranrrnt S lalrtx Z Xlrnstrrl 4 Track 4 Hrrrnr lmll l 2 'S 0 oe srx feet three 'rlw 'us wrllrnv to lend a lrelprrr h'1n rnd goo rratured a good student ronsrsterrtlx Uarned honor rfrtrngs faxorrte subject clremrstrw o res huntrnff and Hshrnf lrkes to spend much tune rn the out of doors lrkes to work wrth hrs camera rnterested rn photofrraphrc arts one of the chorus rn nrrrrstrel hrs lon legs should come rn handy on the cmder path: hrs sr7e stood hrm rn good stead on the rarrous class teanrs play ed both rnter class football 'rrrd basketball was rmportarrt to hrs tearrrs success ambrtron to become a hrst rate nrechanrcfrl en meer wrll attend 'llanhattan College to achrewe tlrrs anrbrtron hrs determrrratron and persrstence allfrs all fear as to hrs ultrrnate prosperrtw james Aloysrus Sheppard Har I' nrllr ll nor Roll 1 7 3 4 m tafl' 4 llramatrc 1 Sodalrrx on ter warm r rar r r lr r learn lerfert Kttrnrlarrrr has runrpled black harr tw rnklrnff brown orbs an envagrng smrle that has nerer farled to melt the anger of the most rrate teacher frolrckrng, fun lovrnv nature unfarlrnff honor stu cent also remembered as ernderman of note staunch so dalrst came to the Mount, a prarrksome mrte rs leavrnf' us qurte an affable young man has chosen Annapolrs as next port of call expects to follow envrneerrng Vlountarneer wrshes success accompany hrm rn hrs new endeavor there rs the whrstle, mrddre anchors awervh Walter joseph Sress St Barnabas I We find Walter among the number of Mountarneers who make the trrp to school each day from wrld and woolly Woodlawn quret and reserved has won many frrends durrng hrs four wears here lrt s not because he has a carl chooses Englrsh as hrs favorrte subject follows qurte a rrvorous schedule tends school rn the daytrme, studres rn the afternoon, and works at nrght however Walter keeps hrs marks up to par showrng real grrt and determrnatron may always be found wrth hrs pal Drck Schermeyer the two are rnseparable wrll always re call hrs stay at the Mount wrth joy has never attempted athle trcs but has constantly expressed a desrre to clo so Walt has made no decrsron as to where he wrll hang hrs hat for the next four years rllram Spencer Slattery Nt Barnabas Sorlalrtx 4 O Brll quret hardworker rndustrrous rhemrstrx prored to be hrs stumblrn block favorrte relaxatrons read rng good books and lrstenrng to good musrc hobbres to lectrng stamps and wood carrrng spends most of lersure trrrre enjoyrng these actrrrtres lrkes baseball and handball un decrded as to future career was admrtted rnto Sodalrtw as senror farthful sodalrst eser srncc belreres he would lrke a posrtron rn comnrercral art seems qurte capable of attarnrrrg am goal he mrght set for lrrrnself spent four happy rears at the Mount regrets xery much leavrng the Mount rn ,june after graduatron hrs few close frrends thought much of hrm hrs capacrty for hard work prornrses hrm a successful future the Nlount wrll nrrss that smrle f '. loc ' : ' : 1 ' .rl...k'... 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Q1 1 neun t1k1s finytlnn serlou ly a 11 us pldlllllll a 11111 soull ordmr Vlllll Nltl o1ern lou of Inlnner lllfl of spmecll IS all fm the 11 IX l11s pet pccu 1s ll0lllCXNOI'lx Hs lt llllll mu 1 1 llllilllll 1 klllcr 1 er 111 die s lllll Uflll domsnt lnlend to o to colle L l11c'111s1 hc would 11tl1e1 uork for 1 ll 1 111 ury llllllllll L hen s ll0lJlI1 ll 1111s 1111111 1 zegadf Vmcent Thomas Starac1 ff 5 mor ol ca 1 1 Ylln Ire U VIIIIIIC tl1e l1'1l1y of the senlor class llfteen yeus of ,.c lll excess of thls mentallv Generally keeps lllg scho llstle Iltlnvs well up lll the flrst l10Il0li brackets QlUKll0llQ attentne ln class llYlIJI'ClClllQl0llQ serlous and reseued has dark Lallll ff ltures olne eornplexlon jet bluk 111r 111nn1n smlle sly bluslles easlly keeps to hnnself well llked by those who know hlm has a knack n11th ffuthful member of the SOCl21lltW llves 1n VlClI1llQX of the Mount l1as chosen HLIOUUUII as l11s future professmn 111ll don the Kelly Green of Manhattan john lVlart1r1 Stokes z rehael llnnor lirll l 1 Uraxn lla kethall Nlana er 3 4 C ack ll e h1 llI0ll1ll a11 old tune xl0llllllIllf"il ll 1111 tu first ra e 111 110 may outshone by the ac1on1pl1sl1111ents of W xlls noted for lllQ qUl9llldC 111 class 1ossesses ste1 111 qu 1l1ty of beln Y '1 ffood l1ste11er reselyed and Q0ll0llQ 10 1 us lll lun III 1ts ploper p e 11111 Xl ll l1o11o1 slllf ent tops IQ 11 ell bex Olld the confines of the classroom r'1l11rl e1111e11 ent 11s11st llterallv goes any len th fox a shot Sllllllllllfl 1l o numbeled 'unonf' hls fayorltes relnembereml 'ls an 11nt11111 1 lIl3lTlC 'md dependable ba ketball manafer 'lboye all lt mn lu sald of h1n1 that he conducted lnmself at all tunes l1ke tl1e perfect fentleman that he IQ Walter Ell1ot Stokes 'P Nt 'llzrhatl ll mor Roll 1 2 3 4 lomr Staff 5 loner qport Ftllllll' ck rar and cr 1 4 env' llnnor 5 Nlounlalmer Staff 2 4 fla lrea urer l lerfect Xttenxancl 0 Wallv seter 111 Mountameer second member of tl1e funous Qtokes huns stsartcd III the Hr'1mn11r Uradcs eleyen years back lSIJlCEll of the 'Wount s salubrlous mfluence con Q1 tent class scholastlc leader stra1f'l1tfor1sard Toner spolts rlnef column at all tlmes replete 111th lnterest and common QCIIQP was a trackman ID h1s freshman year retlred from co1npet1t1on to take oxer the managerlal post rellable 1n exery 1111 QUICI lexel headed an ldeal Mountameer as 1111 to tlns 11r1t1nf1 left us m the dark as reffards the college he mll attend dependab1l1ty means success and success spells ' Wally ' .,. N 'g - .nl .l ' l - s. . . lk-., l .' . . Lyn If 111: "k1d slull 111l1111. . . ze-. 1' l'a.'- ' 'g "5 "1 1' .:I'1...s' 1 1 ll' a'n . . '. 1 '- '- ' ', , , 51.3 ' ' vf--15 will 'cgi' ' 1 drill. . . 'S e-d'll N ' 'sg 'f . . . ': ' , gg : Vg? in gf" 1 ' 1 ' ' il lvingzl. . . bettf' st'll. " 1' D' 1 2 ant"'. . . 'fp ' g fill ' drea S ' 1 trll'. NF. Xf, , 41 . . " 1 P. S. 4. . Ili ll l 2. 3: Sol lt' 2, 3. 4: . ' s 'l 4. a-f...' .. ' ,...,. 1' . - . H. H.. V . la ..' gt, .... -. , for languages . . prefers Latin. . . keeps his fingers crossed about .UL S. M' ,. , 1 , 2. 3, 4: Solality 2. 3. 4: ' aties fl: ",l . . 'k 's ' ' . a' 1' '1 l 1 .g.d...' 'yf 1 ,f ,-- 1 . 'z . . '. ' ' , . .1 .,- . . 'l' g z 1' 'g., -U .' l'e-5' 'Q ' , lac...f l l1.'z....-', J' - v' gl ' - " 'Q 'z . . s' 3, . . . . ' . ' if . -. . Q" '19 :gf . til: 'l'ra" 1: T 'li Nl' 'gp 2. 3. -1: C-n'ral lfxcell ' l. 21 l.eg1ion of ' I: , ' 1 .' , g 1 ss M s . : ' , 1 ' l 2 1. 2, 4, i - K , ., l. .. . . oc I r.. 1 c Z. ', ' 4 ' n ' l 7 ' I - 'dn lames Frar1c1s Teevan WWW l Url V ftlltllllf ll 1 ll .111 I Tees c 111 rescxuc e 11 1f11l l1 1 ClZlQqIll'lll CICS proyccl fllllltllll from the tul 1 1 mfmafrecl to kccp 0111 of the red 1 Pllllqlfy trouble Illlll IQ 11111 HXIllll0 ll 1 1111 x 1 It CPHIOF ms 1 11 1 11111 1111s 1 leader lxay lxyser oyecl 111tr11111111l sports 11111111 1111 1 school Career 1 1 11 12011111 111d f1111l11 11 n111e 111 his hrst year 1 s 1111111 c 1t s lll 1 to l'Il6"Ill so 111111l1 to 11111 p1st1n11 1r 111 en QCLII Nltll l11'1cl llllllgl 11111l1r hoocl 1f 1 1 ll 1 Ill th1n to dl n11ntle lllfl 11111111 'llllll1X 1111111 1 11111 1 when lllQ fr1e111l 11111 lllllllilf' w 11l1 tl1e1r car Ill te 1l 1- for future 'ls yet tune alone can tell Robert A111111 T1g11e ,,1,,4,,,l NI Barnabas S1lal11y 7 3 4 O A pat1ent sufferer hlmself he couldnt harm a soul too kmfl for that a dreamer but the 1nterference of h1s dreams Wllll hls class work newer cl1st11rbed h11n , ot along well nex erthelcss llkes to play basketball never heard fron1 unles spok1 Il best fflellfl lb Dlllon the soul of honor fan1ecl a our da1lv census taker academ1c woxk kept h1n1 from '1thlet1cs w1ll not go to college as soon as he grows out of the dreamy age, we w1ll hear great thlnvs about hxm from tl1e busmess world ohm Edward Travalena l St Uargarzt llary 1lon11r Roll l 0 ,I 1k short falr Good 10010110 our lllnleptlilll of s111x1t1 persomlied muslcally 111cl1ned slwhtly addlcted to jnter bugvlng first nlghter of the Mount frequentlv seen 111 the company of Joe Dumolo apparently lIlCllHlCI'CIll to the pr11l1 lem of stuclles unmatched m hls ab1l1tv to avo1d embarrassm hlstory queries has come to blows wlth Latln on more than one OCCHSIOU strong proponent of theory all work a11d Il plav makes .lack a dull bov sunny d1spos1t1on qlllel spruey dresser lnvarlably presents 1mmaculate '1ppear1nce four year style setter at the Mount well llked by QCl'l00lIll'llP undeclded as to future campus lf personahty IQ any bar on1eter of success wlll attaln hls Uoal Robert john Wallace Nt Angela llerzcz l'11otl1alll 2 3 boclalny 4 Tenm 3 lf l'11w1r N1a'14 C ' Llmey a fellow who does eyerythlng to escape 1111t11r11 tx true blue frlend belllllil tl1at modest exter1or h'1rcl workc r h1 IICXGI fllllllfl tudlcs an easy 111a1k but the11 pers111111111- conquereth all th1ng.s' IQ st1ll conquerlng. and rec o11qucr111 Latm keep pluf',1z1ng 'Wally ' 6VBl'YllllIlH comes to 111111 who walts actne athlet1c.1lly played football for three year turned HIICIIIIUYI to ICIIIIIQ foncl of sallboatlnff 1necl1.1'1 lC3llW 1ncl111ed has 11u1lt more than one craft c1f h1e own gentlemanly contemplates lJPl0IlllI'lg a C0fI1II16I't'dl arhst w1ll attend the Federal Art School talent reaps a 1ewa11l LIIIICX whe11 cllscovered remember, Alt pays to adyert1se ' :A yu, K'- Edwrrr Herman Walzer qt arnabas H nor lioll l I ron of lonrrl Sodalrty 2 '3 4 Boost Award 3 O Hermre lmrnrgrarrt from the farr town of Yonkers jorrrcd our rfrrrks four years 'wo populfrr wrtlr fellow students rnseparablc co rn the hrff three tombrne, Moran Waller and Ohlwerlcr 'rt odds wrtlr hrstory docs well scholastrcallv 'rlways cool 1 rlrrr colletted never appears ruffled by any drlhculty classroom or otherwrse quret reserved, can hold hrs own rn classroom drscussrons charter member of the sodalrtv takes lrfe wrth a srrrrle a broad one at that has not rerealed hrs postgraduatron pl rns other than that hrs next stfrtron on the road to srrumss rtads Manhattan sobrrety hfrs a prrce todas and Hermre has sobrretv of ,4g,. at Ferdrrrarrd jesse Werserrberger Nt Arms Bronx Booster Award 7 9 Ferdv Crash another example of reserve and con servatrsm among the senrors has qurte a sense of humor has made out rery well scholastrcally rn sprte of the fact that an rllrress has caused frequent absences tells us that he was at tr rr ted here bv the Mounts splendrd record won the booster 'rw rrd rn hrs sophomore year for acquarntrng others wrth same borst-. '1 complete set of replrca models actually finds the tlrerrrrstrs perrod to hrs lrkrn aeronautrcs rs numbered amonf' hrs lro r rres has deflnrtely decrded to shun college lrfe rn favor of tnterrnff the buslness world rrnmedratelv upon graduatrnv hrs drlrgente and gentlemanlrness should YO far rn contrrbutrng to r suuessful career Aloysrus joseph Wrtt 91 Barnabas Tennrs 3 4 Fheerleadcr 3 4 0 Ally makes the darly trek to school from Woodlawrr wrth the other proneers hrs complete hrffh school educatron was recerved at the Mount created a strrkrng appearance rn hrs whrte sweater leadrng the cheerrne sectron durrng the football games not consrdered an exceptronally brrllrant student but contrrved, one way or another to keep well above the passrnff mark could frequently be caught rn actron on the tennrs courts finally conquered that sport after long hours of hard work 'rrrd stradx practrte can now grxe most of the team a vert Hood game mtends to contrnue hrs tennrs career rn future rears 'r Wrtt rn more ways than one has left us rn the dark as to just what he rntends to do upon graduatrorr Wrllram joseph Wrtt Sr lirrrrrrrlms O X serrror wrthout gurle very ouret never speaks unless poke rr to more or less the hashful and easrly embarrassed tr rr brother of Al but rs the drrect opposrte to hrm rn spefrh rrrd manner rs a constant follower of all actrrrtres of t sr rr o ren or al rlwars .1 food worker for the 'Vlourrt take thrnvs easrlw ner er seems to get exerted studres drd not rome so easr to hrrrr hut thrs caused hrrrr no alarm hrs drsarrrrrnv srrrrle sared the day many a trrrre rn the ofhce lurks bow Brll wants to become a rob hunter after gradurtron Michael Louis Zarelli SI. Barnabas. Sorlulity 2. 3. 4: llonur lloll l. 2. 3, -1: Yla1111tt1i111'1'r lf1liI11r-i11- Chief 4: Tower Staff 4: l,1'llLlllHQ 3. 4: Class l'1'1'si1l1'11l 1: Class Yicv- l'r1-si1l1-111 2: lf+fa11 Nl:-ulal 3: llr11111ati1'x IS. -l: l'1-1'l'1-1-t 'xllt'll4lllltl't' l. lf. 3. 'l. O "Alike", . . pro111l111'11t figure in the Class of llll. . . 11111111 to thr- Nlount on svholastic 51-llolarship. . . has lll0l'1' than 1'ez1liz1-1l Ulll' e1'1'r1' 1-xp1-1'tatio11. . . 1111-elle-111411 ill studies Hlllf ex1-1'111l1'1l by popu- larity 1111101111 his fellow students. . . ll sta111lo11t in both. . . l111111li- 1-a1ppe1l 11thleti1'all1' l11' size and weight. . . l11- has taken part ill 11ti1 l1 e IX ot1 r for of f11ti1 l'o11ef11l pe1l111 1110111pl1 hefl 1l1 hater 1 llIl0t llt 1111101111 11 xe- Je1t 0 1 ll eo1t 1111111 1 1 11 1 Q1 ls l1'l10tlN o 1 1 I r '1t1 e 1 1 111 Ulllpll llIllLlll he pe1l1 tl11 111 e 10 Cllllblll 111 Nl1l11 IIMAL ll0lNl1lNH1l1 4 ost Popular Most Lzkely 70 Succeed llost Actzve Most Hamlsome B1 st Dresser Best Daneer Be st Alhlele Zllosl lntellzgent Wztlzesl Cloomzest Most Blass' THE VOICE OF 40 FIRST CHOICF John J Raftery EIITICO J CIPOIHFO John W Georves Franus V Pe domo Andrew C Norton Joh11 E Travalena Joseph A Dumolo 'Stephen I1 Murphy 'Vhchael L Zarelll Joseph E Burns Vlctor J Kadrl Arthur R Kearney SPCUND CHOICP Franus Y Perdomo Stephen F Murphy Fra11c1sJ Sa1a0e JohnJ Duane Robert A IXICIIITIIHYIII JohnJ XIICJCCJQEII Ra11n011dJ F11111 Re1nol1l C Kurth JohnJ Duane W1ll1a111J M1Ixeo1111 Robert G Berner Walter F Burn- Bzaaest Drag W1 1 7 arrfzest Favorzte f avorzle Favorllr I avorzle P avorzle Favorzle Fawrzle f awrzte P awrzle P azorzle P avorzle P avorzte qubjecl gporl Colle e C L arefle Ham! on fzrl 9 SLIIUOI Actor Adress JIULIP 1101110 Pro Author I el I eeve flllll rI"IIlCli l' XICCOVCTII l'Il ISD FOOIDTIJ Notre Dame 1 l1oQterl11 l1l 1111 J 1 l11Th Hood Qt Bar11.1l11Q DIJLIILCI' FI ra11 xllll Sher11l111 ffone Vt llll TJ11 Vt1111l Holm H0111 JxP11111th liolrelts I'-l.1lI'N Jame J CUHIIIII ham NI1tl1e1111t11 - Ba 1-hull Xldllllilllill Ca1111l T111111111 Doran Tuxedo Jllllltltlll aunt 'wt lr 1l C 1r1 fr t I ltll Turner l1t111 1' 1 Nldl-.c l3el1e11 l31llroo111 Ru1l1ar1l lxlplm Ndtllfll 11 501 ral pre - -al -' 112' le 111 . 1 'it1'. . . 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J ' aj f i THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS 40 lxNOW XF ALL men by these presents that yse the class of I0 about to de ert these '-Idll 5 I 6 tl I cc s 1 beneficrarres the ,Iunror class namely To the Juniors yye bequeath our olernn and sarrul ru tom of hllm the rhrpcl 'rt noon and 'rt benedrctron To the ,lunrors we hcque rth tho e hrrllrmt gems of sfrrtorral splendor our QCIIIOI' hats We su' est that either the color scheme he ehm ed or else ramoufl We be adopted for they suffer the LIIQHCIXZIIIIHW9 of bern too readrly discerned To the ,lunrors yse bequeath thc e pitiful feyx rrfhts so arduously arqurred the 'Senior prrvrle es Defend to your l'1st red corpuscle the rrfvht of absence 'rt Saturday Soerals To the Junrors me bequeath our relentless search for a fool proof place to hold the noon day smoker Over the fenee 15 out fellows lzmlozunents o a more personal and przwtf naiure are as ollozrs I Iwrank Smrth leave to James Lane my peeullar ab1I1t1es as a ehauflenr par excellence fully known and apprecrated only by those yyho have rrdden with me At least you wont be troubled by drvers personages desrrrnf a pleasure yaunt I James Crowley, do leaye to Bradford Seffume my ability to sneak in 1 quirk nap at .1 moment s notree and under any circumstances A vyord of advice Brad rf lt s noontrme be sure to stay near enouvh to hear the bell I Ijrank MeCoyern leaye to John 'Neeson my VOLHIIOII of radical rabble rouser and radrealrsm Remember, John, when comes the rey olution I John Braue, leave Hallrvans car to lNorbert Schreiber japan IS the nearest market lNorbert I John Kelly, leave to Wrllram lVleLau0hI1n my spikes May they help you out ln ILIIUIIQII and oyer the bamboo I John lVIeKernarr leave to John Burns the option on the space outside Brother Prmrlpll s oflrce Remember yshat Cardinal Neuman sald about The Gentleman I James Sheppard leaye my ability to flirt with the beautiful damsel yyhrlr rheerleadm to Bay Walsll But dont let Brother Leo Winer nt Latch you Ray I Dan Murphy do hereby bequeath my Lubrr foot of locker spaee on the fourth floor to Geor e lVILCauley Just 1 nore what you ye been told about tyyo thrnffs OCCUIJXIIIU the same space at the same time Geor e I Harold Pralza, leaye my propensity to be first out of the lorker room to Bob Bryan Don t let those Grammar School mrdvets et m your way Bob just trample em doyxn I John Iorm.m le'1ye to Vllrllflrd Loftus the unsoly ed problrrn of hoyy to lork your legs around the de k supports Its better to be tied phy really rather than mentally I lirank Perdorno, leaye my frbllrty to ,Let spurrl psrmrssrons from brother Principal and Brother Louis to Donald Block If personality doesnt yyork try cr ars if they fall start runnrnff ohn beorre lerye my mafia thumb to Charles Brrffen Watch rhr or s gLo by Charles and yyhrlc youre at rt yyatrh them AIL o by I Fd Nloran lease my sc'rt III the Club Cutrh to Sm leton lraftrce up on the Coyy Joy son s 'nn Jr S'1Ydr0 eayc y rknoyyn uur r It f a ' 'L V' L L L . 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NN I dn unv Illllftlfxll humlrmrl furtx .NN r CLASS PROPHECY TH-Xlq S RIGHT rabble the ICICXIQIOII Qtud1oQ and hurrw Dont Mant to be llte Halll an' Dldnt YLLOUIIIYC you there for a mmute Yea sure HICXIBIOII I wrs Common Ill 1960 but this IS a we-rw spec ml telurwt All hem ue .lu Lulx no Int - -ee non thlrd door 011 thl- corridor Hmm qllllt' cl mms cl here .llreadx 4 .mes lou Ill mn ltlt en7 a len raven Ill NIHUIFI N N thoie noted Laptalns of lI'ldlIQ1fV Altornes fmnelal fiunnlwn IQ UWIIIU to break up their IIIOIIOPOIICQ but then thu xe fmt QIIXCI tonvued Ohlwsmlel to defend them Say, what IS supportmff that IICXSQPAIJKI' am um 9 Oh ll s Lalablll :tal of the um Iorlouq DHVIS Cup team Look he juQt Cflllldfhd with l1l.u1aUan He N the one that -tarted the Qeumnd Boss T nn A Bflfh the msnex of the pennant umm ff Ol new jugt Lame lll mth kllllh the bruscrw man and O Dare' the nwmt 1 u IIIQIIIZIUPT Ixearnvv and I 0IlE'I"'dIl are lafflnff lhm lr .ul ln hu- place lhls mem lx Thex u .N 1 Q- . n tc .ln llll 1 J f rm .mr umm fcorffu 1 l armw 0 4 ure 19011 c Q - . vu . 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" ' " ' PF' '.'X f ACTIVITIES vii? av U I R STAFF I .f QHKI' Ill UH nlllxxr X 4 xwrx N Lim IN I'1.xx xr, xx fn I I I XI4 Rum xx liuxms I NN THE TOWER IN LAST YEAR S annual, our predetessors ex pressed a partmv bellef that the lnfant publlea tlon would not fall but that lt would surffe ahead, would eontmue to stress the rellglous slde of our educatlon, to serve as a bond amonff the classes and fmallv proude a source of read 1n Y lnterest for all The paper thew had created was not only well recened here at tl1e Nlount but met wlth fawor wherever lt found lt w1x Furthermore The Toner won ALL CATHOI It Flrst Honors amonff Catholn h1 h sc hool puhll IHUOIIQ Sum laurels 1n1posed on thl Xl IFN st1il 1 correspondm taslx of mamtalnm llld furthsr III' wh1t thex had o ably succeeded III 111111 u r'1 ln o tns en attlse work Nl 1 tu September under the QUIJGIWI lon of lnrothzr Nwlwester the new moderator ,Iohn Dunn xeter H1 of last xear s staff lIIlII1t'i ldlLlY ttppc d mto the pos1t1on of ed1tor and w 1 ahlx 1 1 ted hx Peter Daxes and Franu Connellx The man affement of sport fell to Watcr Ntolxe who al o Conducted a monthlx column duoted to '1t1et1Ls All hls wr1t1n Xkllll an ener etlc portraxal o the Nlount letles a11d haxe a conslder thle p 1rt ln furtht r111 t1e eause of Good sportsman h1p l tht ta he had the support of Gerard Bourltf 1n l jo mph onnor Doe Saxa e a plrcd t op Jo t rom wlnch he ha u ed 1 1 w1t and arma m and hurned m 1111 lll han hun p1r ed prattlee 111 ht verbal elh y Art lxearnes under took to pay trlbute to the lvl0l1IllZllIlPCI' personal lll6S and Joseph Fox to Later to Freshman lnter ests III tl1e1r respectlve columns whereas Ldwm lllana' an covered The Boarderlme and the flffures who llVCd ll Anthony Daxew l-tept u mformed as to readm mater1al 1n l11 l1br1rx eolumn entltled 407 A well balanced froup of newsh lwks '1mon 1 whom were lnrno CIIJO laro Mlehael Larelll, James bheppard Wlllldlll Mclxeown ljranels lqoran, Robert Wlrgzer Peter IJLlf'dIldLlL joe lX'lIl0!SllZ and Paul New ens fldllX seouted the eampus for news lartoons we re not lulun from the pen of Robert Wallame la t s s Ullli l vue tx llsl 1111 111 111 llllllllt the SIPIIQ IUN h 1s 11111 comn ed 1 1r1ef ruord tn N ll ed to th1s l1t xet another I'0llIl Illlllt 1 the tudent hodw lt elf w1tho11t 1111111 moopera ll0I1 and entoura ement the 11 htet mea ure of sueeess could not hue been dLhlCXf3Ll Tllll 1 1 tllt t e ower st'1T onu more t1 e tn opportumtx to exprc 1t .1ppr1c1at1on for tl11 s wort and to add what ll feel w founded propheu that lhe Ion er tnrn hed ls Qxpcrlence and u nfldence of two xs1r cannot rut mold r u future Q - , 111 1 11 .S 1,1111 .1 1 11 . 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OUR SODALITY l 'NDP li THF DILIC ILWT superuslon of Brother lhlllp ,lohn the Stlddllly of Mount billllt M1 eh rel has pro ressed raplelly and has contmued to Increase lll membership At present lt has a purely voluntary me IIllJLI'blllp well on lts w xy to four hundred All who are actual members hate Gone throuhh 1 perloel of probation and hue been judeeel worthv because of their lox tlt to the rules of the Soelalltx As witnessed hx the larffe attend'lnee 'lt the weelelx masses the boss haxe proxed that thex are proud to be soelalvsts The attendance ha been o nearlx pe rfeet that there IC Slillldlfl Room Unlx for the latest comers Qurely thls has been a souree of edlficatxon to the whole student boels ln order to dexelop ln the members of the Sodalltv a eonselous lelea md an '1ct1xe splrlt ol Cathollc ACUOII some new practlecs h ue been lntroduf-ed At the we-elely IIICPUII s after the eustomars openm prayers, the see retarx re lels the speelal mtentlons for the morrow s Nlass ind FOIIIIIHIIIIOII 1llf'50KlZ1llCt ther reeonnnenel these IIIIKIIUOHQ Ill lllClI' praxers together with their own IIIICHIIOIIS fhen the secretary proceeds to read and explaln rell lous happemn s of the past week dlreetly connected wlth the actlutles of the iodallty There have also been speeml talks QIVCII by the members, on top1cs ehosen by Brother Plllllp John Thls praetlee has proved ltself to be both lnterestlng and bene flelal It has HLqllZ1lIllCtl us wlth many thln lbout which a true sodallst should hate 1 thorouffh knowleel e and unelerstandm The alm and purpose of the Sodahty ha tl waws been essentlally the same, namelw to lHl prlnt m the students hearts a ffreater and more sincere dexotton to the ueen of Heawen t obtaln the tlrtue of purlty and to aequxre gre 'lter eharltw towards ones nelehbor Vlfhlle we steer our course ln the troubled w xters of this world where other lhlIl'S mn fade let us hope th it these ldeals shall llXSdNN su srst If the elo then the waters w1l e ealmed 'mel we -lull reteh our port wxth hxp pme s III our hearts an A ,Q K . , Q if 0 YI . , . . .. . . , l I W Ya. 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'M' 'S 1 l ' - 5 les. l H' l' ' 1 'S " l ll' . up z s', ,i ls- 'A ' 1 - 1 r : '- ex: ' l s lf-- S" l ' ' lf I ' g .51 Qi 1. ' . Y ' ' l mel ' U' rl 1 sllllll: lllmllgllullt the -ity. lu pt I ' cl 4 l"' -- 'l ' l , Br l fl' ' Q l. l - ' ' g 'l . ' 'I ll lllP. asset: Sp-el ig a free ,ift to 'll lell. the 1 1'1lIllP.'lilIllS intl flu- te'lllls. llll l l' ll lvllt tlle illll 'l I t of the Speer-l I0 a IJ r - ful' Illt'lll yu tllllt 1-Llvll tm-'llll iglll tlle illclilillllul. zllll llllx llelrltnrs uf the ll llll ' - llltu tlxu fll'l1lll'S. All llzlll ms. Ill 'lllll llll l - It - f'll' lUXS'il'Il llltllflltt' lt'Ill. DRAMATICS lJfiT'iljlTlf THE MANY handieaps that faeed our histrionie ambitions. we ean proudly report th1t dramaties made mueh progress during the current year. The enthusiasm of the student body joined to the efforts of the elub. Brother Direetofs untiring zeal and Brother Alfredis eoaehing ability. has made possible this relatiye- ly' new aetiyity. The faenlty was astonished at the amount of hidden talent that was revealed. Laeking a spacious auditorium we were foreed to limit ourselves to one-aet plays. These. how- eyer. were well presented and mueh approved of by both the faculty and the audience. First to make its appearanee was The fluke. Its liyely and amusing incidents brought forth mneh laughter. Feminine roles by James Shep- pard and Angelo Calabria were met with jubi- lant applause. The Juniors merit much praise for their skillful staging of Hanging Uncle Henry. llere the undergraduates revealed much talent. The Perfect Gentleman was billed on the same program as the Minstrel. The star of the east was Arthur Kearney who so well interpreted the role of a modern housewife. The erowning achievement of the season was the never to be forgotten Minstrel Show. Novelty danees. a repertoire of songs. and many eleyer jokes were all blended to make that memorable night an overwhelming sueeess. The Winter Carden was filled to eapaeity. The friyolity of the endmen and the silver yoiees of our soloists featured the main highlights of the Show. Nota- bly among these were John Miekelsen. lfnrieo tfipolaro and James Crowley. The direeting stall ae:-omplished maryelons results. namely: Brother llireetor. lirother lfrnest. Brotlier Vail- frid and llrother lliehard. The l9l4t Xlinstrel was eonsidered as one of the best presentations eyer staged by the student body. Both the llra- matit' and tilee Clubs cooperated in the oflierinjn ln the Fprmg two more plays were enat-tell: Tonnny Takes ff lfiife by the Fophomores and The .lIfl1t'om11're fanilor by the Freshmen. llobert Donnelly was the outstanding actor in the Soph- omore play while ltobert Sehenliel starred for the lfreshmen. The llramatie Club ended its season with the two-aet play llr. fob. lt eer- tainly proyed itself to be the touehing elimax of our many plays. The east mainly composed of experienced play'ers. was well deserving of its two eurtain calls. Tribute must be extendezl to Brother Peter Louis. our expert make-up man. who was so adept in making up the feminine eharaeters. Presented on the same eyening by a select east of sophomores and freshmen was Buddy .flnszrers An Atl. Bradford Feguine. Robert llonnelly. and James lfitzpatriek toolx the main roles. This year the members of the Dramatic' Club will be awarded pins in reeognition of their efforts. fl':DlTOR,S NOTE.-This artitele was submitted by Frank Perdomo. whos modesty omitted men- tion of his own aehieyement. lfrank is aeelaimed by all as the oustanding aetor of the sehool. lle handles serious and light roles with the toueh of the master. To add to his aeeomplishments. besides starring as a 'hooferi' in the Nlinstrel. he elimaxed his eareer by dire:-ting one of the Freshman plays in the Springo 1940 MINSTREL GLEE CLUB AINIED TO ICXTEND the fast-growing prestige of the Mount into the realm of song. the Clee Club was initiated last year and now we are prepared to give an account of its second pros- perous year. :X full schedule of activities kept its forty inenibers occupied during the otherwise dreary winter months. it he schedule vvas an exacting one but each event found the choristers ready In give their best. This season's activities were begun in Xovein- ber with a small entertainment given for the students at which the club received its first taste of glory. Of course. after the warin reception its first appearance received another had to be planned. :Xgain success nas witnessed and again the tilee lilub asc-ciie'i-il one inore i'u.i'1 in the ladder of experierzcv. lly this tiine. i c.is con'-e'vi'n ii Fm-nior play buzzed around the tigniiu. ilmicves. after much deliberation a Minstrel Show was chosen to hold the annual spotlight. James Xlellanus. John Nliekelsen. William Kehoe. Robert Scar- lata. and Daniel Moore. all regular Clee Club nieinbers. contributed both color and genuine talent to the eveningis festivities. 'liwo niore social gatherings of the Saint Michael Serenaders. Saint Patricks lfntertain- ment and the Finale on May first. showed that experience and practice definitely improve. no matter what degree of' perfection has been pre- viouslv reached. 'lhese last mentioned were probably the best musical presentations ever staged by the Nlountaineers. 'l he coaching of Brother Director and the ac- conip.invin,u of Brother lfrnest are vscll above all ordinary expressions of praise when one conipiires the vast iniproveinvnt registered bv the Axzroup sincz- the l'all. llasxnq our expecta- tions on the acc inplishinents of thc- past. he liok with Vllfllil cnfe to the future. GYM TEAM THE GYM TEAM has completed a second year of tumbling. turning. twisting and twirling in a superbly graceful fashion under the able direc- tion of Brother Paul Wilfrid and llrother lgna- tins. The eaptainship of the "muselemeni' of l9l0 was given to Herbert C. lleehdol. a veteran of the two-year-old gymnastic organization. Proud as we were of their marvelous perform- ance of last year. we considered them beginners and looked for even better demonstrations of grace and skill this year. We were not disap- pointed. On the occasions we had to witness their performances. they displayed uncanny ability on the horizontal bar. parallel bars. and the sidehorse. On the evening of the 1910 Min- strel. a tumbling act won the applause and ad- miration of all present. Many a gasp was heard throughout the theatre as the agile gymnasts leaped over the ever-increasing line of their teammates. Looking back at last year's record. we see that. although the Mount St. Miehael gym team was inexperienced in competition. they were victori- ous in their first meet with Haaren on January 20. l939. The final seore of this initial en- counter was 283-265. It was this first perform- anee of the newly organized gymnasts which brought them to the attention of the student body. Many spectators gathered through enri- osity but remained to cheer as their nimble schoolmates "flew through the air with the great- est of ease." The hrst meet of l9l0 was held on February ltlth. llecause of the Minstrel Show. the boys had little chance to praetiee and therefore came out on the short end of a Tll.l---6530 score. 0'Connor was high scorer of our boys in this meet. with llurley and Beehdol running closely behind. The opponents for the occasion were the New York Turn Yerein juniors. On March 9th, we met this same team in a return match. llampered by a lack of actual competitive work. our rivals were again victori- ous: this time by a score of 938-869. ln spite of the fact that they lost. our boys put on an excellent performance. 0'Connor. and Berner scored heavily for the Mount. Wlith two years of experience behind them. we can be sure that the gym team will be an activity' of increasing importance at Mount Pt. Michael. GYMNASTIC EXHIBITION ON STTNDAY. MAY Zl. IQR9. under cerulean skies, Mount Saint Michael held its twelfth an- nual gymnastic exhibition. livery available seat was occupied by the proud parents and friends of the students. The school banner of gold and blue floated high above the spectators. a mute symbol of loyalty to the Mount that swelled in the breasts of both participants and sptctators. The exhibition commenced at exactly two- thirty olclock. At this time the Grand March was played and simultaneously the students of both Grammar and High School Departments, dressed in their gray uniforms marched down the field four abreast while both the national and school flags were carried proudly by the leaders of the lengthy column of Mountaineers. Taking their positions on the Held the entire student body performed a mass drill, the pre- cision and good timing of which won the ap- plause of all present. This impressive exercise was followed by the Class Games of the small of the Grammar De- partment. These games provided much amuse- ent for our guests and many laughs were heard as the children participated in competitive games such as Tug-70-War, Boxing and Wrestling. The next number on the Program was the Senior Indian Club drill. The smooth and rhythmic motion of the clubs was a pleasure to the eye. Following this performance was a marching drill presented by the Juniors. the Sophomoreis Wand Drill. the Freshmen Dumb- Il:-ll Drill. and a Free-Hand Drill by a group of Juniors and Sophomores. All these demon- strations of uniform performance were greatly appreciated by all present. .Axe the tryin learn then took the stage and dem- onstrated their skill on the parallel bars and sidehorse. The fact that the audience appreci- ated this graceful display of apparatus work was witnessed by the rounds of applause which they tendered the gymnasts. The crowning point of the afternoon was a tableau built up by the entire student body. l'luman pyramids. handstands and apparatus all went toward making this the most spectacular event of the dayls program. Credit for such a wonderful demonstration is due not only to the performers but also to Mr. Howard Smith, Physical Education Instructor. and Brother Paul Wilfrid, whose untiring and assiduous efforts during the course of the year made the Gymnastic Exhibition a great success. The Program l. Blass Drill.. . .Grammar Grades and High School 2. Class Games.. ..........,... Grades 2, 3, 4, at Tug o'-War br Boxing 3. Flag Drill ........ 4. Indian Club Drill . . 5. Class Games .,..... . . . .. Grades 5, 6, 7, 8, at Snake Relay bt Three Deep ct Softball ct Wrestling dl Tumbling Grades 5. 6, 7, 8, Seniors 6. Marching Drill .. . . .. Juniors 7. Wand Drill .. ....... . ...... Sophomores 8. Dumb-llell Drill .......... ....... F reshmen 0. Freehand Drill to Nlusie. . .Juniors and Sophomores 10. Apparatus-Exercises on Parallel Bars and Sidehorse .... , .... The Gym Team ll. Tableau . . ..... .. .. ..... All Classes BJUIK RUW-f-Joseph A. llllmolo, Robert II. Smitha. Robe-rt J. Nloran. lfmlward J. Dillon. Thomas I-1. Ryan. Harry lf. Howard. FRONT ROW - Xlyles J. Ambrose. Norbert ll. Schre-ilu-r. John T, Archilmalml. liilwaril D, Lynch. William l.. lfolhy, Wlilliani l". Byrnes. Sl'iA'l'l'ID-Rohert Nlarotta. Nlicllavl lf. Cooney BOOSTERS IQACH JIWNE. graduation presents us with the problem of replacing the outgoing senior class with an incoming freshman class. Although we woulfl not I!llIliIIliZP the linancial aspects of tht- prohleni. we are seriously interested in xnain- taining ilu- high len-I of lmoth ilcportincnt and scholarship already attaincfl. 'llo lwst insure such hiffll valilwr in our inconiinq classes. we are anxious to enroll prospective canrlirlates that arf' llIlft'St'!'Yt'lllY I'f'l'lJlIlI!N'Illlf'ti lay actual stu- flc-nts. To this enll. a stucli-nt who sponsors ilu- rs-gistration of a resiflcnt pupil or of three- flax pupils is awarflerl a lu-autiliul plarnn- which Sl'ITll'lUliZf'S this expression of school spirit, lillK'll sturlcnt in tht- alwove oliotograph has alreaily rcveivecl this auaral. 'lille list of lmoostcrs anil thi- numlw-r of reffistrations for ullii-li cavli is rcsponsilsle follows. W'illia1n L. Colby .. Wlilliani lf. Byrnes .. Robert C. Smitha John T. Archihalsl . . Robert J. Xloran Yorhert ll. Schreiber lfdwarcl J. Dillon . .. Thomas lf. llyan Joseph :X. lluniolo . James :X. Ziegler .. Harry lf. Howard Xlyles ,-Xrnlmrose ..... . . Xlichacl l". Cooney . lfdwin 'lf lflanagzan lfflwarcl ll. Lynch .. llohert Nlarotta . .. 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Nl1'ifz1ll4'ry 12-l .l11l111 ,l. Planell. l2-ll William ll. Nlvnnis. 'lil-A 4 1-11 K. 54- 11-11 'vl. ' I- I 11rl1-S . 341111554-1, '13-C llclward C. l.,y4111s, '13-D .-X11g11l41 F. 0ra1zi41. 81h lIra1lP ll41l14fr1 ,l. Smith. Tlll Grade Peter J. Darmher. oth Grade ll1111i4-l J. Nl4141r1-. 31l1 iQr114l4d lil-MIK RflXY'fIJt'Y1iS ,l. Mullane. liuln-rl S. Fisclwr. Cillrr-rt Haggerty. .lust-pll Y Y. Kanuwitz. SHKUND ROW Xinvvnt D. Liuzzn, Rnluf-rt .l. Farrell. 'lrainur li, Nlarsivli. llc-rurd l. BQ-ll. l.uwre'nc':' R. Gvrusa. .larm-5 .l. Carilmulmli l'lllS'I' RUWA glarm-5 J. llvunr, Rltllt'l'l A. Gm-tzv, Ruynmml l'. Rizzo, TlI1PIllHS D. Kvllrw. Wlilte-r 'lf llalligan. ,lose-pli li. tiawilly, l'f-ter J. l"qlLlIlil,!Ll!l. LEGION OF HONOR Wllll,lf 5Cll0l,.-XSTIC ill'lll0Yi'ttlt'Ill is unc' ul gt-nite-rmn1.ilw spirit of luyulty ziml vocrpvrzltiull tht- primary nlnjsfm-tin-s uf the Mount. tlwrv uri- all are essvntiul in fostering me-ntul growth. 'lla utlwr fnrtors lllill l'UIllI'iltlllt' in nn small IIIPZISUH' tlle student in mu-t1 rlass wllo. in tllv upinion uf tu tlu- we-ll ruunrlml t'1llIl'ZlllUIl of tllm- !4lllCll'IllS. luis tvzivlu-rs. liar mufle llll' yrs-zitvst prugrf-ss fht- l'lllllY2lllllIl of wllulvsmnf' zlttiturlc-S. tllv in- illtlllgl tlif-sv linvs. tht- l.c-giun nf llmlor i llllfillltlll of prinviplvs lu-4-rmiirtg tllv lillI'l5lliill lwstmsc-rl. Tllunlzis ll. Kelwv. 'tl-A just-plm ll. Czissicly. '12-B ltuln-rt l". lfzlrwll. -lfi-C Rliyllllilltl l'. Rizzo. 'tt-B Vtlultvr T. fiftlllgilll, '12-C 'lirainnr ll. Nlursivli. '-tit-IJ Peter J. Flanagan. 'll-C Yim-mit ll. Liuzzo. '12-U llc-rurcl l'. livll. Sth tlrzule- Holm-rt A. Coe-tzv. '-ll-I3 Jann-S J. Uarilwalcli. A-13-:X joseph J. liurlw. Ttli Grail:- amvs J. Dvanc-. 'll-li Lzmrc-m'0 H. llc-rosa. '13-B Cilbe-rt llaugvrty. 6th Grade- usvpll Xi. Karluuitz. 712-:X Rolwrt S. Fischer. Resident Students' Denis J. Nllllliltw. 5th Ura lXlPfl2il ide HONORS IN SCHOLARSHIP IIN III ft itll N OI' Jfl Ill f ll Xl' HIGH SCHOOL LL V68 10 A I 1 1 1 fr L S1111 1 IIISI ONOIN 1 11111 L 1re 1 f 111 er C 11r11 1 LIN Ior JohnN1 'Stoke 92 XIIILLIII I bt1r11191 Johnj Duane 91 Xrthur It IXCIFIILX 90 I'111x1rd L 'Horan 90 James A Nheppard 88 An e1o I7 C'11'1br11 hu JoS1ph X 111111611 88 1'I'lIILlQ V Per11o111o 88 12111181 I' 'Hurphs 86 ,lohnj Rflftery 86 N1-1ON11 HONORS XXfl11lFlIll ,I Nldxeown 83 Rlthard J SC1lCI'IIlCYCI' 82 Pl1flC1x ,I Ahern 81 Robert ,I H1165 81 Arth11r J Scholl 81 Ceor e 1ro1111c11 80 11111111 P Lon o 80 8611111111 R Cirroll 18 ,loSeph W xlkllll 18 5111111611 -X 1111111 18 I IXNIII X WTIICT 18 1'dMII1 T 1 ana 111 1 lame R N11N a1111 1 ,I 1ph1 Burns 11 Walter P Hozett 16 Stephen F Hurphx 16 johnf r 11 111111 CLASS 10B CLASS P11171 Hobert L HCIIIIQSSCX 92 71110111 IQ B 13011111111 88 Alfred 1811 86 51-.C ON11 HONORS Idwqrd P Ill tau: 81 8811111111 J 1.1rSon 81 FIIIIILI A u1eS 82 Ieter P UIIIII 81 Fd1s'1r11J F11 80 Robtrt IJ Hunt 80 Patr1111 K IXIIWNIII Wilter ,I S113 80 ohn C io S I ranus E Il 1 11 8 r1l0IllZ1S Murphy 18 H1 rlu rtf 1111111101 77 1111111111111 N Duffx 77 Wllfrld J C1 en 11 1111111 rt L C11111111111 77 Robert A NICCONII 16 Hobert 1' N1arc1nt11n1o 16 1111 ss J 01111111 Arthur A N1ow111ha11 13 X101 IU V11 tt CLASS 10 C CIASS P11111 John VI beor 1 96 IIRST HONORS Robert 6 HLFIICI' 92 J eph P NI1urer 90 1r1n11 J SIVI e 89 John ,I Allen 88 ,I0Seph W Neott 88 John J Iorxnan 81 John D Hurley 81 Cer 1111 P Butler 80 17duar11 I7 Madden 80 51-.COND HONORS John C Ixehoe 19 Robext Nl LAISQOII 18 Benedlet R LIIIZLO 18 W11111111 J 1 1 an 11 111111 T Nlona a1 1 Jan eS f e ler 18 IJIXI Ben 011 11 Robert NI Nloonex 77 X11t0r J 1xa11r1 16 Runold C Ixurth 16 ferard F Oconnor 16 ,lame F Teuan 16 Thon1aS A bernon 16 1'erd1nan11 J Wewenber er 17 CLASS 10 D CLASS P11111 Harold 11 P1.177.1 81 FIRST HONORS Harold W Ohhseller 86 Hawmond 1 Flnn 86 b1.COND HONORS ,Iohn C Braue 81 Andrew L OBr1en 81 W1111an1 A H3111 an 83 ,IoSeph E H6118 82 ,IoSeph A Nldflll 81 ILIITILOJ Clpolaro 80 Stephen F Leonard 78 Ellklll I1 Jack on 18 L'111rence,I HCFZIII 11 6101 e A Nlehol on 16 Eduln R CBHIIHULLI 76 Patr11L I 0Dare 76 Laxsremej Landolfe 16 JoSeph A Dumolo 10 I'11war11,I DIHOII 16 Arthurl Brads 13 'VIII-I 1"U1,1.UVI'1X1l S11 1' gS rep 'Sent 1111- average ruling 111' the S111 11 tS' ' Ii 1 " 111 S In April lst. They ur' not to be 111'1'ept1'd a1S 1111111 marks for t1 1 S1'11o111 1 -ur. C11 SS I' 1113- 11.1111 '. .f k-S 11.2. 17 H Q 15- M111 . Z1 -ll' ll-.1. 17111 1. H S 13. 1:12111 E. " an 92. .., 'S '- '.'za" . . . 1 . I 'L . 1 . . .1 . . g, L. 1 1 '1 I". - ' I .I . I I. , . , N u ' , - . . . 1 . . . , 1 . 1 I . . 1 , .. .llf 1' S- ' '1 .1' ' f. -1 . ' 1' ', 1 ' . . . 1 . 1 I . . ' . 41' Q1 J. ' ' . 1 zS . ig. .W 'Cz . t 7.q. L4 1 '.71.. 1 .. M1111 . Lt ' . 1 '. . . ' . '1 g. 1 . S . . 711 S 77. OS1 f. 77. 1' . ' 7 1, .7 . . 1' 7 , f. 'I' 1 '1 ' 1 75. ' ' 1 FIRST HoNo11s-JosepI1 F. Cazzuliino 91, James A. Egan 91. Joseph 8. I"11rre1l 89, ' z. . 1 4' . J. ' ag '. 1' I-'. 1 .'.S" , "2 ."- S , "S..,1 - 1'.' ,. '. . 21' . ' . . "'1. ' 80. '. , . f"S. . ,I 1. I S: 72, F " . If g1'S 7 . ' - F. ' ' 7 . 1 1 1. 1' , zu' '. , I' . 7 ' . fag 77, 1 . 1 'S , . . 1' - 1 ' 7 . 1 . . 'z ' 7 . A1111 E ' . 1 f' 1' 76, . . 1' ' 77. 1 JS' S J. vi 75. . . , I.. '. I - 1 .2 'S . Q I Q A- .' 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C SSHK FI Isa Pmn Rohr rt H Stewart 98 I'IR9T HOINORS Pettr N1 Dayew 97 ,lohn 8 Hcnnme ey 91 I'ranrIQ D Ryan 91 Jamee S Dum 91 Ceor e I' f3I'lIJ'lIdl 95 Iidward ,I Carroll 95 I' 'Inu I Connelly 92 Pcter I7 Du and7Ic 92 Tholna D lxehot 90 ThomaSl I an L5 Cerfxld ,I BOXIIIL 88 Robert C WI er 8C John C Beekerle 80 XVIIIVIIII R Hartley 86 ,lamcs E 81 Illly 86 Robert I' Hlekeyf 86 Eu one P Hanley 85 SLCOINDHOINOR: I7I"1IlCl X NIcDermott8I Loulal De-Roae 84 ,lameal IVIOTFI ey 8'5 Damell Crt orv 85 Lawrence K Murray 8l NIchoI11 J Ryan 80 Fduard ,I Devoney 19 Hu h D Murphy 79 ,lame ,I Clark 79 Damell Holland 18 ,I'1meS P Bo an 11 WIIIIRUI A McLau hlm 77 ,Iohn F bm leton 16 CLASS 41 B FI Asa PRIZE Edward J Dane 91 FIRST HONORs Raymond P RIZZO 89 Robert ,I Moran 88 Wllham I5 Dopf 88 John A Maurer 81 QFFONJD HONORb Johnl Neleon 81 Robert C 8m1tha 82 Vmcent P PIIGIJUIW 82 John R lllnn 82 Thoma D qhallcy 8l Pu em I7 IIt7patrIIk 8l 'lerence J McCabe 8l ,loeeph M Yer 80 Roflerle P HI In 80 James M Tltfllilll 18 leonard A Prledcl 18 ,lohn ,I NIeAvoy 78 ,lohn I Clnnv 77 Albert I P Dlllll 11 CLA88 ll C' CI ASS PRIII C Illllll A 0 Connmll 90 IWIRST HOINORS Thom'IS P Costcllo 89 Robc rt X lllllll 81 TIICJIYIJCI I wlllllly 86 Ch rIeS C I5er III 85 'lmee Pranz 81 LI I I Hulxey 86 leor e W I5 Imes 86 51-COND IIOINORS Ieter I I7I'1n'I 'In 81 Rohm rt I7 Cotter 85 I'du'1rd W Ifnln 85 John ,I Cawantu h 87 IJ0lll A llpoman 82 ,lohn 8 Mulholland 87 Donald M Rloek 8I Joeeph I D Andrea 8l Hu I1 I5 Cr: 8l Albert C AIIIIIIQOII 80 FTZIIICIS JI Nleehan 79 lawrence W Powera 79 Robert I Bry 'ln 18 Mlehflel I Doran 78 Charlee V Flana 'ln 78 Rlchard W Mlchels 78 Robert I Blake 11 omaS A Clillllll I e Mrhaffey 17 Jo n IIIIEII I CLA88 41 D I I ASS PRI I jamee ,I Pryor 96 IIRST HONORS Robert A Coetze 91 fharlee J Haetedt 87 loeeph I' Ixeane 87 Norbert C 8ehreIber 85 OI-IOIND IIOINOPS ,lame I Lane 81 Arthur I' Dans 85 Paull Treanor 88 Dawld L Donahue 87 Leel Me ltr 81 ,Io eph I Marrhetta 80 Alphon o A qatto 80 x1'lllI'lLf' T Harnett 79 Isranele C Redford 19 Joemph C Clanu 11 LOUI D la ueufc 17 feor I H YlcCauley 73 Robertj 'Nlurphy CLASS tl I IIASS pRI7l- Yutor I Carbarlrll 95 FIRST HONORS I lIlIx Y F dm n 81 ,I nu I Dc me 86 Ruhlrcl ,I Sharx 6 Mlehael T Walsh 81 SFFOND HOISORS Harry I Campbell 85 Eu enc R lrouant 85 Thomae I Rv In 85 Joseph I' Spenc er 8'5 Albert A Catalane 81 Iranel I 'Ne tor 8l ,larnt J Doyle 80 Bruno TN Nlarlam 80 R11 hard T Mooney 80 Robert ,I Ixerrl an 80 Cf-orge ,I INICCTSIII 78 JoSeph P Clancy 78 Peter 5 WeSterfIeld 77 WIIlI11m L Colby 76 John P Klely 75 V. . 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ILXSD I2 X in 5 PR I John T Ixcarn 98 It 1 HONOR o eph X Ixmoxs1t7 91 'Xnthonx lhsu 91 Xlbert R O Connor 91 Indsmrd P Clerlun 91 Namuel T Nantan elo 93 John I Tullw 91 Robert E Dalw 92 Rocco T Pall 'mo 9I Henrw P Schurtz 9I Robert J Eu tice 90 TTIIIIBIHJ Ixehoe 90 'Xlathme Il WCICILII 90 Xrthur 8 Xlurrn 39 Fu ene -X Ifxlure 88 Thoma H Ixellw 88 Iftlwvlrd P Lusl I' John Lloxcl 88 ILm1I NIIJIOIO 88 Iotlmund 5 n 88 I7r mtl P bero 1 Ilmotl F O XIQ tra 8 Jftmee NI Ixeftne 86 8renfl'1nJ Coupe 86 NFCOND HONOR: Robert X Donnellx 81 John I7 Foran 3 Ctrard XI xI'illI'9I' Jarnee D Monaco 83 John I7 Ambrose 81 Ccor e J Ixughmslxl 19 Charle Cllbert 79 John H Xleelxers 77 Thomas J Nharp 7 J hn H Wll on Dan1eIJ Leahy 16 8uharcIJ Rvan I7 Jame I- Sllle 1 CLAbS -12 B I he JR LP 1 epl I Xlmlu IIRS1 HONOIS RHIIIUIHI I 1Xubz 91 Joemph B Cas ldx 95 IIlLIl'lI'ClJ W1 ner 9I Muhael J Dan 90 C74 or e H Benelun 81 Jo eph -X Xl trmo 81 NI-COND HONORS WIIIIHHI X Sheppard 81 JohnJ OConnor 8 Jame C Comer ford 83 Eduard F I' an 82 IxennethJ L'1mbert 19 Robert B l7ord 18 Eu ene D HICLBX 71 Ceor LJ bmrth 77 Robert If Flint 'in 11 Herbert H OBFICII VI Ilum H el o lx x Jo 1 NIcPeaL 10 Jo eph H WIIIIF 71 LLAbb IZC IIRST HONOR5 A Jo eph I7oa 93 I7ranc1 NI IXlBI'IIdIl 92 Harrv J Dowle 91 James F Behan 90 Walter T Calll 'ln 90 FIZIIICIQ W Mefarthw 89 Wllllllll F Armstron 88 Jamee C Devlin 88 WIIIIHIH G Manley 88 Jo eph b Perlllo 88 Rlchard J Coulan 87 JohnJ Hallacy 86 Fnflre P IXOFLIIYI 86 Alexander J Be Iey 83 Carl W Brand 86 James J Xlurphw 81 51-KOND HONORb Ierard It Iotlkwood 81 rXthurJ la lclw 83 PlerLeJ FIU ferald 82 John J OIXlf'IT6 82 Edward A Farley H Rah 1rd J II'1IlI"llllI'l I Henry J Claire 80 In ent J Iilefznhauser 80 Wvllllllll Nl Nlxaw 0 ILLIXXITCI J wnch 19 Robert I7 Xlullm 19 Jamee P fjlllllilflll 18 I'clwartIJ Dumolo 11 Xlatthews IL I71t7 Lrfalrl 17 lu ene A Har che 11 lXI1ch'1eI 0 Herzm Jerome R Ma ee 71 feor e H Wllllanls 16 CLfXSb 12 D I I ass PRI I- ohn J Ilnne I 91 IIRNT HONORS ohn Oxllllllll ex 91 W1rrer1 L Ildlllllll 88 XrthurJ Xlfulflox 81 X IIILCIII. D I H1170 86 KOND HONOHN Iclxs 1rd I 1 oma tn IL onou h 82 wllllllll I IXIIIIHICTCI' 8I Brulford I N time 80 Thom! Clbnes 80 PXIexanclerJ Neelx 79 John X Trlecle kl 19 Jo ephJ Ixells 8 Jame X Cares 1 Frmcl X Laxelle 16 Thomas b Bladel 17 Jo eph P Xlexers 1 FLHXSS H X CLASS PRIIL Wllllam IL NI6IIIllQ 91 I7I sT I'IONORs John I7 lah om 95 I ralcl Dui 'irlo 95 nu I 1I'll1"lltl 15 T 5' 123- . ' ' 5 1. Pls' .' s-J s . 1 ". ".- 4' J. -.1 . ' ' -. . -' :'. 5. . Q g J. 1. 4- :'. . 1 4' '. ' . ag. , 4' . Q ' . . S 1 . " . '11 . 7" .. a4'I,.f1 .. .1 . .S . 4' , ' '1 . ' "S 8 I. J. 4' 81, ' . ? ' . ' 17. Quin ' , ' z "5 . 7 sz 87, ' ' IV . '. 'L 1 F' ' Y n 7 1. 1 . . . 1 . 1 . .. q -- 4' .. 1. .3:. 31- 311. e . 15, '. . g . ' ' " 7 , s R. , . . J , . 2. 1 1 . O . S 71. . 4' 7 . ' . 4' 7. , s . 1 - 73. 7' 7 n C I I' I-J ms I . 1 96. 7 .' IJ- z' 7. ' -. 1' . '5' ' I, "1 . lg . 7' . ."S 7. v fl . -" 7. S, 1 a '7. .fl 1' 1' .'- 7' ' 1 . f 1 , . ' 83. ' 5 . - , ' . ,g- ', . 1 7 . . . 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It 7 1 l' 'f. amwj Sx memy 92 A draw I llmln JZ 1 J ICIIX 91 Il nn um I T6 1 Ill Robert F Bard lq 90 Arthur J Galll in 69 Tllfmlllv J firnburrl 19 W llllllll Wt-:IQ erber 88 Rldmrd I loy 81 Jamg ,I Uobbm or Kr! mr C ordf n if lxI'lI'llll L Huane dx lxznmlh I ljllllllslll 31 W lllcr J Nhupb uh 6 P1111 f glCXCllQ 86 Nilllllll X Holm 36 J'lIllC J BFLIIKIHN 86 Pdxvircl If lxeirnex 81 four e B folbx L51 Thema P Dauq dv ELOND HONUI N ws rt l u Il 0 o rmus X Nlr Nh 1 xmrd W Clrroll 2 m H 0 Il ll cr- H I mu L lk- ex 81 Robert E Cullum 81 LXl0w1uG F fihm 81 Robert H W mcllt lil Jann Fltzpatlldx U Rm X Papa 80 xillllilll I In .1 T oml hilllldll 16 John H lxavfier 16 CLASS 43 B CLANS PPIZE Hob ll lx SLIIPIIIMI 93 1 IIIST HONORQ Ceor,,e R Schepp 93 VIIILCIII M Cunmn ham 9u Raxmond I Colonel 91 Thomnwj Cwrden 91 Jeromc D 0llXlI'l 91 lc-or e M I wnnon 90 lhxlnond IJ LaCombe 90 Fclward W Bugkley 89 Fnule L Ixepko 9 LIXSHIIIC 0 ?S fer cj hohr11ann88 R1 111111 Nl Dxsur 1 F ld 7 lu 81 q'lllX'1l0I'J Brunclto 86 Paul T Iwmhvr 86 'lhonmsl C lffmy 10 hull C We Lr 256 Cfllllllll C Qou hl n 1 omwl urrs 1 w KONI! HONOIS A lhurj Donoxan 81 Nl lim I Yl01"ih"lIl 1 R l C Nm 1 illllll! Q W1 Il 80 An gloj IIICOIX ua 19 IIWIIILIQ X Oliourkc' 19 holurt fl ull J C umn L Q s r in Th0maG J 1xICC'lIlIl 15 Eduard O Nvwmclfl 75 Robert J 0 Huurlw n CLAS? H C LLxss PRIZE CharleQ J Morrl sew 96 l'Il-S1 HOWOIS Robertl Farrell 9.3 Henryj GOCI76 95 John L Lxon 91 Robert P Perlllo 91 Joseph P WalQh 91 Walter J Bonner 90 LeQl1e I Ixlelt 90 R'lSII1OIld A Lattanno 90 Fdward C L17 90 Wllllam X Rafterx 39 DEIHNJ 0 Shea 69 Arthur H Ne tor 87 James P Hanlll an 86 Arthur J 0 Donnell 8,1 Houardj Brady 83 Rlchard E Nlsta 85 Danlel A Moran 85 SFQOND HONORN Ixenmth J Tilley 81 Robert I fennel ol G or e P UG? ci Leonard P bmllha 83 be-:or e H Zenl raf 85 John L Nelmn 82 Jo eph Rooney 82 Wllllam J Ya er 82 Leroy A Mazryck 81 John F OHCII 19 Jo eph I1 Murphs 19 R1chard5 Bougher 18 Wllham Nl Burke 77 Jank Ruwell 77 Harry C, Summer 76 Amos H Spaldm, 7:3 CLASb 15 D f'IAss PRIYF Irlward J Lwons 92 IIR-1 HONORS Tralnor R 'Nlariuh 90 VIIILCIII A An I'l9Hll 88 ,Io Lph L xI'lI'lIl0 81 Rm Nl Pri er 86 JoQeph D A10 0 86 VIIILCIII IL 11111181 Umul Ii Bruvsn 86 Pdsmrdj Hurlew 81 Louls A DeLourtv 81 SLLOINIJ HONORS J neg W luirrdl 81 Harry I I1 lt bcr,.er 85 Real t I Scarlata 82 Jmeph J VldLllMQkl 82 C or 0 Hmcrt 82 P e I 'Nnnlh 82, Rlchardj Rusem rave 82 Wllllamj Hu heQ 81 Jameij Delanu Hi Ju c-ph ead 19 Raxnmml hllill 9 mm mnvx mm 31 1 77 John E hrbacher 76 James C Wargo 76 Robert IL Danes 70 Ceor e D R0,.l.erman I7 NIIILPIHJ Murphy 77 johnj 'VILN1f:f I3 Fr 7- . Q v- 1' '. Il 2 ' '. ,m 1 1 ", HiK'llil'lI I . Dllflilll 91. ,lolm H. U01 ' n' . ugh J. llavigun 91, jfl lf. Mull Il JI. Cha lfs J. Una 90. . s-' . . 'ga ' , .. .'. 'l". H 'z H. Lg , "Y 1 '. ' F, 'S . V ' U-. 1 I 1 v f-. . '. ' . ' ' '. z 2 . 'z I ..- 1' 8 . . 1. ,Q ., inf. '. '. ".'f. S ' ' .' if -All x J. C1gl"l 1 81.101111 YV. D ran 33. If z . chill lid '. V. a 31 J1Sf'pl1 . F x 82, Joh F. Y' -k ' Q 02. M '-l . 11. A' , . ' . . If L . 7. , . "1 ' ' 1 . is J. "V "'3. D' " , "1 Ne 1977. h zSj.F. al' . . , '1 - Q' '1 f,.'. . . L- . 1. , , 2 . ' 'I ' . I g . I. . - - - 7 . . . ' V - U . - -x -, L 1 1 n 4 1 ' . 4 , . ll . I R. brr sa ii. I JFQI' . ' I . 'c' . ' . . IT. adm r I . ,I wh -. .,.. 1 1 . , . . 1 . S Zz ' ' "3 . C 2 ' 'S l. l ssl' ' ,J ' 'z . ' g i 87. Th 1. . C Y' '-If. SE: .' ' Q L' - r . ' . fa" ,. . lg . H . u wrt f. fl 'flfls Zi.. Robert A. Burden 83. James J. Hart 82, John R. XICl'hll1llI1Il 82. lfdwzml A. Ar 'l S 1 81. William M. jordan 80. lfranci. P. Nliichvll ESU, Ilonuld I". "Ill ms . gl . ' ' 'z " F . 7 . "- f. - ' F , y X ' lv: T' . lvnrgv J. Q ' 78. Fran -L J. Reilly 78, Edvard R. 'leevzm 78. lfdward L. Ho gi 75. . . . T. " . if ' ., . ' ' 'f. 7 1 ' A- - - . 's ' . ' lj ' 1 If - ' ', 1' . . ' , '. I' , . , . - , . , - '. S , . . ' . . ' 7' ' , 1 '- 1 I . . . - . , . J . I 1 . M . 'Q ' . . f s , . 'g , . ' ', " . ' F, , . , ' . ' 7. ' . . - .- ' A ,K . , J , 0 8 U 1:- . i ' I. i g . fl ', .1' . , 5 ' '. ' . gl ', ' . ' .' , . ' 7 , S, '. - ' ' ' . " 7' ' . . J . . , x . , -- , ' '. .f , . ' 1' ". . . -n 4' , , 5 7 ' - ' .id Q.: , ' ' . gl-Qi ' , S' .. . ' , 1 1' 1' . ag , . . ' g , ' . ' ., z ' . ' ., , " . ., S . I 4. ' , , , A , r - rw . , , . . . - ax . . ' ' Q. ' . , 1' 1 en - ff . . wr . .' ' '. -, . A ' -'r 1 ' , e g i '. lugen .' ' ' - ' u ' ' ' u 3' Q 4 . ,. ,H . F - , --. I i . . , D. M , I J. 'l 7 . .la x ,l. Mal I 18. Alll- P. I rug! an 1 - ' v - , v - ' '. - 1 51 - 'L f' - .. f 7, . L 'f. GRAMMAR SCHOOL filx x I r H0 fnrx 1 1 ' 0 1 Il Y PM 0 1 lm: 1 Ill fu ll mm ri uw 1 er 1 Snow lloxou m x dxvlrd lx Pe-'ar on Qu Ivon 1rd R Swine x ms lie lv KH lrr o mr 1 r J IIIQ n SI Nl NTH CRADF LX JI Im nrt xllllll 9 IPNT OXO? 1 ep ur s J R U n KX mu J Nldhon 81 N mm 1 nt H DAr1 lx OC Illl P NFC UND HONOPH 10111 rfmo l 0 n mn 81 lllll line b 0n1ldT Galll 'ln 2:2 Hcnrx l hirlton 80 Vldliel I Nlmlcg 1 ohm W Hmm 19 XRIHVIIIIJ Mollm J Robelt W Ixlrlx 25 lx hart Nl flu 18 john P 'Ur ual? lg Franklynl fmwlew 7 Hirrx I' Hsu 1rd ll IIIWIIIOIII T bmeney It IYIH CRADIL I h fl- El FII NT HONG! S ohn V Cllllllldl 01 I'll0Ill'l Nl 'NIcDunou 1 9w ul 1 I Xu u Ylllmm I' :rr 1 1 It um 1 1 u m f 1lI'flP lol s 3 J L f' luln Lhun 'S' Eu enc W HNIIIPI Xndreu XXIIIITIIP 8? 01111 C Coolld 0 Ski Hou 'lrd J Dea s 86 1110 I l mc x f mr Q R Rmbmhun if John O kg s '31 TIOIIIH P U1 llc n 51-QUND HONOIQ F lsvlrd I Rod cr LH lm Fllxo ? f Ill hx om un 1 lllll 5 upo 19 hu Nhrelner b Pu c S ll 1 u rt II ert I II TH CRADI- C' x PRIIP D'u1lcl'VIoore93 I HONUIQ femrd Fortm 92 Ucms Mulhne 92 Houma Cornmr 91 Plerrf' Tf'Ilf.'lll 83 JTITIPQ Lon tm 89 Rlblllfd Free 88 J eph I lrr ll bm Holm t D xI'lQI'l 80 Jo eph Molmi 86 FVIIILIQ Coones 81 51-IOND HONORs John 0Cr'1dx 83 Robert Ylclxeand 85 Xllnrl Srkm cr 8 Rfnmond Letourneau 80 'Nlauro Valenlme 18 Albert Pedutu m Rnhard D1 Nlartmo n FOURTH GR ADE CI Us PRIZE Waller Harrl on 91 TlIIl0lhV Smlth 97 FIRNT HONORS James Mor an 96 Wllllaln Nan Rlper 96 Tlnlothx 0 Connell 91 Patrlck Carlm 80 Ro er Cormler 31 gl-COND HONORS Robert 'Nlaroth 81 Albert Boera 85 Jo eph 'Nlmlxeon 8: Alfred Nlenml bl! Alfred Tlltfllltlll 4' Ntephen Farrell 16 IXIII Tlunm f THIRD GRADE FLAG: PRIIF Albert 'Herone 90 FlR5T HONORN Eduard Romwry 81 Fr'1nc1Q Nlurtha 81 John Lefllxiller 86 Cdflillfl Tartaron 86 Jax Bodnar 81 Xxllllillll Dugan 81 Cf-or e 'Nlzuber er Jo eph Repp 81 lflilllfl WADE. CI. SS P :Ili-.Nnuvln I". Uruziu 91. FIRST 'YUIIS - U1-zum .-X. W ry 91. fLt'l'ill'1I P. Uvfl UW. H ' 4' J. I.illH'ilil"ll 'VL lfrzxllvis F. lilrlv HJ. Ifrum-is 1. Sviz 139. Nlylf-s .l. .-Xmlvr S HU. fLllFlilNt' Nl. Rupp-l HU. Eri zu I. X on dvr Ustvn 33. Ihl -rl S. Fisvllvr IST. Haynn nl I". llvnzf- UT. .la -s F. Nlvvla HT. I"Y'ZlIll'iS lf. H111-'wllulxsa-11 250. Ric'l1ur1l H. 1914111111111 US. Nif'hll1ilS J. Sl -I I il l l'f. Wall- I". Vvnm-ll 85. .' Il Q J :S-Hu Say W. l"l-'nn ill. Pvlcr I". Rignvy HI. .'17St'1lll XI. Hur-lm 81. li 1 '. K S 17. A 2 . .' 355. :Ut "sins C. Yvixu 353. n 1-rt ll. Lo '- 82. Hi y R. whim- 232. H V. d J. Ruly 79. Alf ml an TT. ff ' 1 . . C ,-ssI:1z+:- ' Iv J. f 'l I. I7 .Q H Q .S-.Irs h J. H lv Uf. Him-hurrl B. ussell UT. Flu lg 'I'. ilulfiyurm 37. Fra "S . MC. ' '. " 'f . I " 'sz "1 Fra -'S A. lfutu 230. ,MS Ph F. Hillvn 80. Leonard A. DeRomz1 2-33. Hubert lf. Dickie 85. Hivlmrcl J. Xl2lf'lilIld6I' 83. .' .I .' ' Q xi- J 'S D. 0 gi' 8 .J h P. F . k . Willl J. Cousin ' "1 83,13 . . 'gn ','- 1' LC. ...".z ,.g 'I-x8f.J: n ". 7' 'C .' -'TH ' '. 'T'. Un- ..,,'z"'. .. c.'E. ' I. "1 ' 1' T. . 1' I. Va ". 'ai' 4 ' ' ' .' ' 1 . " fi .Ass P 'IZ I - PEI " J. ljilllillllxl' 96. ' A J ff-J J. fz"z ' ff .S. .Q gl f.I'wv'r drus ff. Y" '. '. My fs 97. Xxullillll P. JL 'k 81 91. Rid lyh- C. Uiylio 91. R91-la . 7 01' 91. amfs 1. '- 's- g 1 J. Q. '. I' z 'is HH. .- ' J..-"z'.1.J . '51 11. '. . si' .Jar .1 l 86. C-42' . "Q glib. ."xllI'1f. I S .Y'zf 83. fit ' X Q. - .1 '. 7. g' S 1 , jo 'z ' ll. Ang-lu J. Fzz "L ,Il J. I: ',', ltt' 80. Quel ' '. L ' , ,lo Q' ' T'. Q gmc- I'. fn 'tl 77. Gill - agg y 76. 7 7 I f .1,, ss '.:- . 'w L I. Fins" J 1. -I . ' , 1 'Q . 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PQOND llolxolis I I Oppm 11111 32 P ul V11 1 l 81 zrrm Il nrht 80 111 renee lu o H llll1ll'lPl bC'1lllH'l 16 SP COND QRADF ILASS PRIIP Ro111a11 W ernlkow kr 92 FIRST HONORs Anthony Leone 9l Robert leron 90 SECOND HONORS Paul Sheppard 32 DGIII Lamb Sl Joeph fflllllll 80 Robert O Leary I6 PERFECT ATTENDANCE Hugh School KIASS 10 Herbert S Rechdol FIIFICO J Cxpolaro Jo eph B lwfrrrell Raymond J I1n11 lI"lIlL1S A Jules Robert J Haley WIIIITIH A Halll an Joseph L Heafy ParlJ Hoflner VIFIOTJ Kadr1 l'1tr1ck lm OIDTIC Iwranus V Perclomo Haroldl P18778 Jol1nJ Raftery JamesA Sheppard Walter IL Stoke Robf rt A T1 he Lclwln V Waller James A L10 ler KIASQ ll John M Burns Joh11J Can11ey JamesJ Deane wllllam D Dopf AlbertJ I1ab1an1 Thomas M lqeore Lu ene I' l1t1patr1ck Peter J rl'll13 John J G1llen Albert A Coetze Lu ene P Hanley Leo J Hlcltey Roderult P H1 ms Thomas D lxehoe LeeJ Messler Lduard L Meyer R1chard T Mooney RobertJ Moran Hu h D Murphy Francls D Ryan James E Scully Robert C Sm1th'1 Robert S Stewart Junes M Yerb CLASS 42 Wlll13H1 P Ahern Jo eph B Cassldy James C Comerford Brendan J Coupe Alfred IJHIIICIC Robert A Donnelly l'dysard F F an Robert J Eustace Robert B Ford Francls P Cero a Thomas A GIDIICS JohnJ C1lloon Thomas J Howard Jan1es M Keane Joseph J Kelley Robert IJ lxelley Kenneth JLambert Dems J Leahy Vmcent D Lu177o Joh11 J Lloyd Arthur Meskers James D Monaco Albert R OConnor Jan1e P OHalloran John OShaunnessey Romeo T Pala 'mo Jol1nJ Planell R1chardJ Ryan Thoma J Sharp HaroldJ Sc-hnerder AlexandcrJ Seeley Jame P Sllls RlCl'l8l"flJ Wa,.ner John H Wllson CLASS H Pdward A Arr'h1bald R1chard S Roucher ldward VV Carroll TIIOIIIHQ Corbett CeraldJ D1Carlo ArthurJ Do11ovan Aloy 1us P Fahey James J Fltzpatrlelx Joseph IJ lwox Ceor e M Cannon Charles J Cavan Hu h J Xl an Henry J IOPIIK wllll I1 Hu l Raymond A llltilllllll l irr T L1chtenber er John C Lyons JamesJ Mahoney Joseph L Nlarrno Vlll IHIII E Me11n1s Dan1elA Moran CharlesJ Morrlssev JohnJ Mc'N1ff Cerome D Olnerr Roy A Papa Roy M Pra er WIIIIHHI A Raftery Ceor e Rol1rmar1n Edward C Ut? Ceor e H lent raf Grammar School LIGHTH CRADE MylesJ Ambrose Robert S F1 Lher Harry R Whlte SEVENTH CRADE W1lllamJ Consldlne Robert V Krrk Raymond T Sweeney SIXTH CRADE RobertJ Andr11 An eloJ lqata Rmhard P Foley Rudolphe C C1 lu JohnJ Iazrettl Vlllllam P Jaclxman ol1n l'alxo John Kelly lll'TH CRADL John Coffey Roma Cormler IJ'lI'llLl Moore llerre Teneau IOURTH CRADE Jo eph Caffrey Joseph McKeon IHIRDIRADF I me e SlI 1' ' ' J- '11 er 1 Z'. a "og io . Wa 1 P1 ' 1 . L: '- I s "', '- L 1 J .L z ' . Ll I LJ 1 1 I " '1I- I ' 'S ' ' . ' L 1 T ' J' , 1 I 1 . .J 2 L' ' L - . L, l'. 's I . sr 1 ' . 3 1. ' F . T11 7 - Ll. , 1 ' . ' . S . '. , Ly' . ' , ' L 'L' . , . t , L . Q1 . L 1 '. . , . , , . , C . L . ,. . , . 11. 11 . . ', ,L . L . I. 1 . L ,s, - . - . , ,. IY 4 ' ff . ,L , . , . YL . . 1 , v .. . A J L . A' Q' . , . , . . , . . . ' ' ', . ' , 7 gl '. 7' '1 ' , . ' L gan. . . 1 1 ' . ' Q1 , . ,I , . ' " . . , . . . fro 1 1 f ' . CC , . , . , . v , . , . , gr . , . ' , . ' . ., L. 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Four touchdowns scored almost at will accounted for the Cold and Blue victory: the techmen scored the safety after a "coffin corner" kick had put the Mount deep in its own territory. ,lim Crowley's fake-buck and bullet pass resulted in the hrst scoreg thrusts at the line were responsible for the victoris other touchdowns. The subs replaced the regulars for a good part of the game and thus gained valuable ex- perience: the reserves held their own against the visiting Mount Vernon squad. The Mount routed Iona Prep by the one-sided score of 26-0, scoring in every period except the third. The New Rochelle squad recovered the fumble of the open- ing kickoff. but the visiting Mountaineers marched up- held to its first score. Murphy threw a pass to Celentano who went over for the score. Frank Perdorno and Bob Bryan. who tallied twice. accounted for the remainder of the Mount,s scoring. Quick kicks and deceptive type of play featured the attack on both sides. The Mount was successful both in the air and on the ground. The 1939 gridiron warriors achieved their most cher- ished victory by routing their traditional rivals, Fordham Prep, by a 33-6 score. The Rams were only able to halt the Mountaineers for the first period: afterwards the Mount unleashed a forceful attack which netted five touchdowns and three extra points. Fordham marched to its lone touchdown against the Mount's reserves. In the touchdown parade Bob Bryan scored twice: the Ker- rigans, George and Bob. and Steve Murphy scored six points apiece. Tom Moran, power-plus Ram fullback. made a one man assault on the Mount's goal and made good against the victor's reserve line. The undefeated Mount Saint Michael eleven met All Hallows in a traditional Turkey Day classic. All Hallows had to come from behind to win and snap the Mountls winning streak by virtue of a 13-7 victory. A blocked kick gave the Mount possession of the ball on the eleven- yard line immediately after the kickoff, but a fresh enemy line staved off the Mount's scoring thrusts. Short- ly, the M.S.M. squad marched uptield to score. Steve Murphy accounted for the seven point total by making the end run and making good the conversion. However, the inspired All Hallows squad was de- termined to upset the Mountaineers. Scoring late in the third and a few moments later in the fourth. the victors jolted the Mountaineers into action. Playing against time. the Mount put up a terrific battle but was unable to score again in the few minutes remaining. Thus came to a close the most glorious football sea- son ever enjoyed at the Mount. The '39 squad-netted 169 points and held the opposition to 27 points. earning top defensive and offensive honors in the Metropolitan area. Pelham and N.Y.M.A. were a bit troublesome. but after the Brooklyn Prep deadlock. Xavier. Lawrence. Edison. lona. and Fordham were completely routed: then All Hallows upset the Mount in a thrilling contest. Let us introduce the gridsters who were responsible for the Mountls successful football campaign. They are truly a fine group of boys on or off the held. .X fast. hrilliant. spirited lmaeklield proved to lie more than the opposition eould eope with on many oeeasions. ln every department of the game. running. passing. and kieking the Nlountis lraeks exeelled. Captain Steve Murphy starred at the halfhaek post taking over a major part of the teamis passing. running. and punting duties. 'LSlingin' Steve" was an inspiring leader who was responsilule in no small way for his squad's sueeess. His talents were reeognized lay the uwlllllf-YQBIGQVIIIII which honored him with a position on its All-Private School Eleven. Speedy Bob Bryan. and Stoeky Lou Celentano. share the other half-hack post. Bryan eouldn't he stopped onee he gained top speed: Celentano was an exeellent left-handed passer and good hall carrier. Frank Perdomo and ,lim Crowley took eare of the quarterback spot. These lads knew how to get the most out of their capable teammates. Both were great blockers and adept on the negative side. Frank won plaudits for the manner in whiz-h he pepped up the team when in difficulty. The full-har.-ks were the boys who never failed to piek up the yardage when the Mountaineers needed it for a first down. llard-running ,Iaek Mir-kelsen and eaptain-eleet Holm Kerrigan were outstanding for the way in whit-h they serxed the team in that eapaeity. These lvaeks are husky men who are eapalule of liuek- ing the line or outsprinting the secondary onee in the open. Holi Kerrigan. l9ll eaptain. will well fill the plaee vaeated hy Captain Steve Murphy. These, along with many a worthy sulmstitute, eom- nose the greatest liaektield ever to play hall for the Nlouut. llowever. an equally eapahle line held the oppo- nents to hut four touehdowns while the har-ks romped through the openings the linesmen had prepared for them. The line won top defensive honors in the 'Xletropolitan area. -Xt the ends. .lim lfgan. Tom Costello and Bolt l.awson were great pass-reeeivers and alert defensixe men. Jim Egan stepped in to take Costellois post who saw little aetion during the season due to an appen- devtomx. Guards. Cipolaro and Kleinman. were the well- built lads who played grand ball all season. llan Nlurphy and Bradford Fegnine. the latter only' a sophomore. were worthy understudies to the regular guardslnen. At tackle. lim NlcNlanus and Ray' liurth were men hard to beat. llere again. English and Barrett were boys capable of turning in a first-class performance. Pat Kirwin. light but wiry' took up where he left off last season and continued to turn in the same sterling dependable game. l'at's had passes were a rarity' indeed. ln the roving center spot he was wide- awake and a deadly' tackler. Besides these more prominent individuals. scores of substitutes were vital to the teamis success. Xlany of them did not see a minute of action and yet they played at great part in helping the team achieye its line record. Many' of the underclassmen will he the varsity' men of the next few years. Coach Howie Smith. the Klountis hard-workin-1 coach. was the brilliant grid mentor who led the souad to the mythical Catholic City' Championship. His relentless efforts. were rewarded hy' the produc- tion of a truly' great team. Howie instilled into his lads a sense of fair play' and lighting spirit which stood them through thick and thin. Although many' regulars leaye in .lune. there is plenty' of material on hand to defend the Nlounts colors on the gridiron in the future. The Nlountis l9l0 squad has set a record which will he hard to beat. but the Mountaineers will probably' come through with even better records in the years to come. The All Hallows defeat was the most unexpected and was truly' heart-breaking for it brought to a close the most glorious season ever enjoyed at the Mount. However. this one defeat did not tarnish the lustre of the 1939 gridiron campaign. The gridsters earned seven victories and a tie before bowing to All Hal- lows. This football team can rightly' claim to be the most successful gridiron squad to play' ball for the Mount. An excellent coach. fne players. and a cooperat- ing faculty' and student body' joined their efforts to make the season a success. The Record M.s.M. OPP. l2 .. ... Pelham .. . 0 T .... N.Y.NI..-X. ... . 0 6 .... Brooklyn Prep . . . fi 20 ....... Xavier ..... . 0 31 . . . 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I N l N ff rn mf' - ci . ff 1 I Jul N lull! 1 in ll 1 ssl mu . oifnuiife QL is Ill 1 mum u .1 x S sn 1 x mu 1 ms- Slllllfflillllll 1 r - . . 1' it 'fini in H 11 . w li 1 te on uit Inn I N NI H11 uc itQ ll min im mrmsi mx Illlll In hlx lou fi N Win on Stock lfhllll UI I xhil ff f L lllllllilll 1.1 ic ounlics mu in 1 uv-cr 1 rr in irQ u.xr or .1 in z1cx.111l.ifL 0 lin NlllLlxIH9Il'f wide' open mm dcfenw thu N uunt mind Lonwi-tc ntlx Pace-d In Bob Doxle mlm ti IC I llilflxfl' is i ount www mm x to thy Hoof a fvimc en 4 X huh Slllfllld and dffteiinimrl GIXIQIOII iii immon tm im oulc LIQCU 1 fi hlmfi Iwoidham quad hc IC In Il an Stuv Nlurphx led the wax with Qi IJOIHIQ apleme In order to keep ln trim for the c1tS uham p1onQh1p game, the Hilltoppers Iournewed to C011 Lorcila Q court This game proved CXCIUIIU from start to Hmih Trailmff all the may llw Mount tud up the wore '32 'ill in thc' rlocmv IIIIIIUICQ of the Hamm -Xfter txsentx fue Qeconde of the meitnne had elap-Od Bob Dmle -cored the sxlnnlnff bw et bw lappmf' in .1 re mound On Friflas Illnht Mmch bth Niounl 'mint Nlichavl won iw Hrl Cltx QildIHIllUIlQhlIJ In rlomiiiif a brilliant L1 Salle Academy HW 26 26 'lt the Wan in an follow 'fun nriun 1 I IIN was lic' ITN wlcturx for thv Mount on the Manhattan floor in three wan T e Nlounl mlawd f-xullent lmll fmm tic Shirt rmnplf-telx immisliiff irc' 11.11110 pre lf ion- Ishii mu fullx umlvrrfltvcl the Bronx1t02 I1 qillt elf fcusne plix naw to no .nail for the Mount fealurul 10110 wt sluts and qlllflxillig DPIOIIIIIIICCI not to Ulu up t e titli without '1 lmttlf' the QIJllIlixX L1 qallc qumtft put on pri-Qure and trept within three' POIIIIQ of thi Nluun lzllmrr lll t Q .ist perlof Ill 6 Qeconci lu 1 ax 1 l'llixlI'l" oul Im- callfic maillist the Haunt N .1 mf' ffoml thmlr f1rQt free- throws, I1 Sfllle look tho ball at mid court in 1 l'l9l attempt to min Thr' Nlount Gw- Illllffififi their npImnentQ 0f'f'FI'lilXC" for the rcmainmfv I econdQ r mm iff im Han HQ ru mf' .ix lxurth lanlu Bob Doxle Clow ffudrdlnff Eddu Lawn and Qtockw I'1.1nk Perdomo all turned ln -lerlmff per fnriniimei but Captain Qu-ie Nlurphx was thi out SIIIIIJIHW plawr on the court Qcoring 16 pointi Hou mer the xlmtorx mai a diremt reQult of le-.im work mln P ffuardinf' accurate hunting and fine pai-inf' quisl -1 In . in ll hi,h-sm-uring 1-mile-st 511-2353. I Ill qui" I' 4-103 'ci up Ll 231-ll gap in the Illini Invimni. but '15 the iiIl'll xshfxilc blow ll 2 'xl 1 'i 4 'cd that the Mount Incl ostz1lli.'h'1l ai 51-luml I'1'l'UI'll in l1'll:.lll' cmi1Iu-lilimi. ,I lt' , Jim lfguu wus Imuvc- wil" fur lill' S'lilIlS lilllfillg SUXCII Iicflmi ,mils im' ai I1 til of i'0llI'l1'1'll I 'IllS. In our iccmicl vii' lim' will tl - H1110 uml Wi 't' - wx-ro cmifrmilvd with ai Illl '- l'Xp0fil'Ili'C1i 'md in-lie-1' 'r' cl t"lI!l. 'l ' 'I ali' -I-l S 4 i 1-ll-vulwiecl xii-terry of 21-22. Thi: "xi I- 4ln'i dvzilif' x'ir'loi'v' 'I' All Ha ll 'E 5 'A I, ' Il mr hull mi firxt I1l'u1' in thv ltvlrlll' "nbc, Ara' ,Ii lfgun was 1011-,'I'0I'iIlg 1111 cf ll 3 if rn Il " h 12 '11 s. Nl..'.. .c'l' 'I Pl ' . f' 'St l' 1 ' 'I lu' ' Fug ai '51 to ft. Q" 1 f' " ' f -2323. 'Jil- ill, 'i1'1nI' fl 'I 1' ll ti M ' - 'I 'P ' no I1 .fix llvI'-tq'l .1-lig I'- Ay f s- 'I 2 :':' " Y . ' zl1'd ll 1'-s.1lvNI 'i13I't: 1, ls ilu- ra 2 , dnl. vi --lygla g 'F " ' '. 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BQ J' E, . f -i-- if - RQ The next das an exhauQted but happx Mount Qquad reached N Y XI A to plax 1tQ Qecond ame rn twentw four hourQ Lndaunted howewer thes came throuvh lrke ehamp1onQ Tralllne bs 18 pomtQ 'it the bevflnnlnv of the final perlod the re ularQ were forced to take actlon Soon the lead w'1Q cut to 39 28 Wlth a few m1nuteQ left to plat Ras lxurth Q baQket ffaxe uQ a one pomt lead The Mount '1 am Qcored wrth 11 htmn rfipldltx and left the court wlnners of 'ln odd conteQt I2 39 An lllXll'1ll0Il to partake IH the FIQICTII 'HtateQ by the Xlountarnc erQ for thelr hard w orlt lhrou h out the Q 14011 The L1 ht IPIING 'lQQiIIll1lE'!l lt Xlewport Rhode lQl'1IlCl were ch'nnp1onQ lll thelr TPQNCIWP c1t1eQ In the o menln at e of tht tourntmc nt our bow ed ed out a fi htm I ood Counwl tc lm of Newark New JGTQCX 292 Our tllt wlth Qt Peter Q of New RI'llI1SWlfk New PTQPX I'fQllll0il IH '1 Cl1fl'6I'PIlt tune the fintl Qcore read 32 33 The t1e for thlrd place waQ broken when the 'Nlount out claQQed Qt John S of WOTCQQICI 'NlaQQachuQetts ln es ery reQpect For th1Q we were awarded the thlrd place srlx er cup BECHUQC of Quperb performance Bob D03 le waQ plcked bw the sportQ w r1terQ pre-Qent as '1 member of the All Tournament team AQ 1 reQult of a QurpluQ of QeaQoned caffemen Qexerftl capable l'1dQ were kept ldle ITIOQI of the wear When ladQ Queh 1Q Jun Crowlex Tom C'1rr'1her 'md Howard BPIIQOII were IXGII 'ln opportumts to plaw ln Qolne fY'1meQ they Qhowed thqt thex wele of X 'ITQIIX f'llll1PI' As a It"Qllll of then QlP"lllS plaunr 1nd QI or me recordQ Bob Doxle and Fddle Lum hfne been Kl'lUQPlI ro c'1pt11nQ for the l9lil ll Q91 on T llQ tht 1910 QPIQUH now oeQ lIll0 the took IQ the moQt Qlll"fCQ9lllll b'1Qltetb'1ll mmpu n ln the hr tors of the Nlount CONFR NTUI ATIONQY 1AYvEE C H S A A CHAMPS 4' CIY 4 g. 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M , 7 BAS THE RECORD of the 1939 baseball team IS a cause of prlde to everyone concerned For the third tlme 1n the Mounts baseball history our team was a contender for the clty champlonship They however as 1n former years lost the de cldlno game 1 0 Thus Howie Smith molded a championship team from those players who were still 1n the ranks and those who Lame up to take the place of the graduated players By dlnt of constant practlce and coachlnc, skill Howie formed a good ball club worthy to follow ln the footsteps of their predecessors Havmb lost a number of veterans lncludm Tommy Daley Dave Cronin ALL Bob Scholl Buck Sherldan Paul Auster the coach had to build up a number of varsity men and the records show how well they filled thelr positions They succeeded 1n wmnln, the Bronx Westchester title and even though defeated for the CIIV champlonshlp showed themselwes to be great ball players The varsity positions were ablv filled by the followm, players from first to third Wllller Perdlsatt Murphy and Kenny outfielders Klrwm Dovle Co tablle the pitching stall' con slsted of Red McEnty re Jerry Schuler and JIIYI Schmitt The Mount met St Ann s ln its first game of l h F 9 7 ' 9 . . . , . , 7 ' . . . . . . 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U . , . . 9 5 9 9 ' , the season and succeeded ln defeatmff thelr Nlarlst opponent bw the score of 12 Followmg thu nntlal wm the Cold and Blue won their Hrst league encounter bw dome awaw wlth the All Hallows team 30 ,llm Schmitt pitched a Hall of Fame vame by allowlnff no huts and no runs Thr brlllxant pxtchlnv exhlbltlon added to the strlke outs forecasted the klnd of season the Mount was to enjoy After thls first league wlctorw the Mount traveled to Iona where ,lun Schmltt earned h1 second leavue wlctory and added elght more strrke outs to hlS record Vlc Costablle and Derrny Perdrsatt accounted for the Mounts tal lles The final score was 5 4 Fordham Prep was the next vlctxm of the stronfr Mount team sparked hw lim Bchnntts pltchln and the hlttlnff of Perdlsatt and Murphy We suffered our first defeat at the hands of Pelham The Westchester sluggers were too stronv for the Mount and the Game ended wlth the Mount trallmff 6 13 Aroused bw thls setback the team defeated All Hallows 7 1 Schmltt pltched hrs usual excellent ball and hls teammates Uamed many pomts ln thelr bat tlne averaves After thls Wm the Mountameers traveled to Manhattan where the Jaspers de feated them for our first leavue loss desplte the good pltrhlnff of Jlm Bchm1tt Hassett aided hl team IH ,Q"llIllIlU thelr three runs to the Mounts two Determined to Wlpe out the memory of the 'Vlanhattan defeat, the Mountatneers owerrame thetr next two rlvals lona 1 5 and Fordham ll Perdrsatt Murphy Mlller and Doyle dld tredlt to themselves at bat After these two v1ctor1es ower league rlwals the Gold and Blue was aUa1n humbled by Pel ham ln a non leavue tllt to the tune of 3 8 Un daunted however, we bounced back ln the next contest, whrch was our last leaeue game and the decldlng one for the champlonshlp of the Bronx Westchester leavue The superb pltchlnff of Jlm Schmltt and the hlttlng of our Murderers Bow enabled us to defeat Manhattan by the score of 6l Thus the tltle returned to the Mount after a wear s absence Our next leaffue encounter was to be the cltw thamplonshlp ame wlth the wlnners of the Manhattan Brooklwn leavue ln the lnterlm we played Edison our Mount Y ernon rlvals They were held scoreless bw Mc Fntvres pltchlne and our excellent llllllllg gar nared IIIFIC runs for the Fold and Blue qt Ann s was the next to bow before the 111 ht of the champlonshlp team After thls dame the Mountaineers mvaded Cornwall and defeated the New York lMlllll3I'X Arademw cadets ll 2 For the prelude to the champlonshlp ,ante the Nlountalncers next took on Saint Qtmon qtork and stretched thur wln nmff streak hw defeatlnfv them 10 an The moment every Mount In ehall looter had walted for was now at hand As Freshmen we remembered that the Mount had paruupated nt the cltw champlonshlp Game WVlfl'l Power Nlemo rlal, and we were to oppose the same team two years later for the same tltle That year we had been defeated throuvh the efforts of Tommw Gorman a fine pltcher and an excellent hitter and the rest of hls teammates Now the Mount players deslred to galn the tltle whlch the Moun talneers of 37 had lost The game was to be played at Fordham lm versltv Fleld Of course, Howle selected Jxm Schmitt to do the twlrllnff for tht Mount md ,lack Mlller to do the TCCCIVIIIU Brother Loftus of Power appomted Lankv Courtnew to hurl for the Powermen ln the openln frame Ly son of Power h1t a smele but was left strandgd when h1s team falled to hlt Likewise Dowles and Schmitt s slngles went to nauaht ln the sec ond and thlrd lnmnvs for the same reason Then as Caesar had hls fateful Ides so too d1d the Mount have IIS fateful FOURTH INNING Power was at bat, Schmltt allowed hrs only walk of the game Boland Lyson popped out Boland advanced to second on a steal and scored on Conkhn s single The Mounts chance to score came ln the fifth when Schmltt after hlttlng a double, attempted to score on Perdl satts slngle but was called out at the plate Jlm was hurt on the play but contmued to pltCh for the remarnder of the frame Agam another L , . - , , , ' . 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F - - Nl111'I1l11'. 1l11- 11111-1 TRACK MOUNT SAINT MICHAEL'S devastating track and field forces of 1939 ran roughshod over its opposition by coming through with an unde- feated season and by capturing both Senior and Junior-Midget trophies at the Bronx-Westchester C.H.S.A.A. Championship Meet-thus marking it a championship team and the most powerful and well-balanced squad in the Mount's history. Although faced with a somewhat heavy schedule, the Mountaineers proved their might by running through seven dual meets and two championship meets without once being pressed. The City C.H.S.A.A. meet found the Mount entered but the absence of some of its star performers ac- counted for its failure in capturing the Senior title. Among the outstanding performers of the Senior division of last year, can be found Bob Bryan, the stellar sprint man who "pushed" Johnny Quigley, De La Salle,s schoolboy sensa- tion, to a new record in the l00 yard dash in the time of 9.9 seconds. Bryan, who is said to be one of the best sprint men in the city, has two more years at the Mount and should be this year's City champ, "Red,, Meenagh, one of the best 440 men in the city last year and the Mountis outstanding quarter-miler also merits recognition, Red still has this year ahead of him and can be counted on as a sure scorerg "Doc" Doherty, will go down as one of the Ylount's best distance men. 6'Doc" did not lose in a dual meet last year and came through with a third place in the championship meet. We lost "Doc,' through graduation and his place will be hard to fill. Another performer was ,lack Kelly, one of thc Mount's most con- sistent scorers. Jack's forte, the high jump, saw him win invariably and hit his peak against Adelphi with a leap of 5 feet 9inches. Ray Finn cannot be overlooked as the Mountls 220 yard man. He made the HVOFII!-T616gl'flIllAS 'Schoolboy Hall - Of - Fame" last year. which will give you a picture of his worth to the Mountaineer track team. Bob Lawson excelled as quarter-miler. being only over- shadowed by his friend Red Meenagh. Bob can also jump when the occa- sion demands. Johnny Mickelsen. in his first year as a track man. became the teamis fastest starter. A hard worker. Johnny advanced himself up from mediocrity to supremacy hy his constant practice and hard work. Among the Juniors can be found the following luminaries: Hfekeu Littleheld. last year's captain and a fine sprinter at either lllll or 220 yards-"Zeke"could also broadjump with the best of them: Hal Piazza this yearis captain and also a line sprinter at both the lllll and 220 yard dashes-Hal shines in the hroad jump. Despite his small stature. he leaped 20 feet 3 inches in the Private School Meet. Johnny llerrenhacher was a scorer in any dual meet and a broad jumper surpassed only hy Littlefield and Piazza. Tommy Walsh. a good all around man could sprint. broad jump and shot put: he was a hard worker and a good team man. From a host of midgets the outstanding were: Whitby. Tommy Kelley. and Tommy Nlurphy: Garibaldi a champion in the Stl yard dash and a good broad jumper: Whitby. broad jumper extra- ordinary and holder of the school broad jump record: a good all around young- ster who can certainly be tabbed as a comer: Nlurphy a sprinter and broad jumper who was always a scorer. ln the shot put ,lim Conlorti and Jim Walsh proyed to he the boys who could throw the iron ball further than all the others. These same two and .lohnny Cahill. threw the discus with Cahill he- ing the holder ol' the school junior record with a toss of IUT leet ll inches. joe llichen and Ray Gallagher devel- oped into good pole vaulters with Cial- lagher getting 9 feet oll the ground. The Nlountaineers opened their sea- son hy overpowering St. Ann's hy a ll2 to -12 score. ln this meet the Mount took fourteen first places out of a pos- sible eighteen. thus affording Coach Brother Wilfrid a "bird's eye" view of what sort of material he had and the results his work was bringing. The next meet found the Mount traveling to Lorms all on the Hudson to face New York M1l1 llfy Academy Ill .1 se111or meet Althoufh the Sold1ers proved to be stronger IH the held ey e11ts tl1e TVIOUIIIHIHCCFS swept eyery track exent W took first and second ln the l00 220 1nd 110 yard dashes first, second and thlrd 111 the half Illlle the mlle, a11d tl1e hlffh jump Tl1e hnal totals found N Y M A on the short end of 1 1 to lv score 0UlSl3IldlllU 111 th1s 111eet was Holm Bryan who stepped tl1e 100 yard dash IH l0 for 1 neu traek 1eco1d 0111 next meet found u facm, a hard f:lUl'IllIlU Pouer Me111o11al team The 'Nlountameers 323111 ployed lll6lI' Illlffllt by oyeryshelmln Pouel llb to 62 It has ln llllq meet that Ben son stepped to a 2 06-1 111 the half ITlll6 and Doe Doherty took the Illlle run 1n l 71 thus hleakln, tl1e Eye nnnutes for the hlst t1n1e Too much Nlountalneer pomr lll all eyents caused lxlE'lll0flll defeat Th 1t same meek found the 'llount sprlnt and mlle relay te1111s at tht Pcnn Relays III ll1ll3flCll!llIl The sprlnt team of M11 kelsen llttleflcld lwlnn and Bryan after 1111111111 the11 heat, took fifth place lll the llllll when anchor man Bob Bryan was h1t mth a pulled muscle But the next day, the nnle relay team of Bryan, Law son, lxraeck and 'Weenagh came through mlth a second place lll thelr race Thus our tr1p was not 1n va111 The next dual meet found the Mount tr1vel1nf' to Lone Isla11d to fam Adelphl Academy ln a Qemor mcet Once a,,'11n the Mounts forces proved QUIJCTIOI' as they defeatd those of Adelph1 hw '1 score of 59 to 6 For the frst t1me that season lwmn M nna h and Kelly uele de f ed III the 220 H0 and h1 1 jump respectlvely Even IH h s Frst defeat Kellv h1t h1s peak Wllll '1 :J feet 9 lnch hwh jump, and forced hs w1nner to go one meh lllSIl'lCI' Bw Al Culdet proved too power ful for I'1nn and Meenaszh and hot1 took the1r speclaltles The folloyun 1 week saw a tornado l1ke Mountameer squad sweep Ford ham lrc p off llltlll feet hy a l2 I to 55 1 score lioh Bry a11 started the hal ftllllllt, WVlll'l a very fast l02 l00 yards a11d Meenaf h follovxed up wlth a 53 f H0 yard da h Doherty once agam lowered the 1n1le standard wlth a 1 551 Kennedy of Ford ham turned 111 1 ury fine 2 05 for the half Illllf' Vllntby o11r llllfl et ue leaped l7 feet I lnehes for 1 ncu lecord III the mldfret hroad jump Tl1e 'Wounts squad seemed to he 1n1prov1nU every t1n1e out Then uc fuul All Hallous 111 another d11al meet Thr Nlounl af 1111 r111 rou hshod our tht c . 1 F ., 1 ,' , . ' T. 7, 'R . ,- l D . V, 'c 7 - , ., Y . -T. 4 , , . 1-1. 4. rn cv ' ' . , ,,. ,, ,c , , eat, , ' -, 1 'rl 1 1 , L 4 , , F 11 . , t . as - as - 1' ! Q 7 I , 1 g . 1 c - . . 4 I , '. '7' , , 1,1 1-uf , ..'1g . ,. 4 cf 1 l f 1 . . N I .. . . 4' - ,- . 1' ,' - 't . wc!! ' 1-1.7 i ' ' ' . JI - ' 15. ' f 1 . 1 . . ' , V ., ,- ' 'I...A4. , , ' ' l ' ,' ' Z V . P 1. 19 ' I. 1 ., , v . . ,... ' , ,i A ' Ag gf, at. ,c , , , . ' ce ' , i " ' ' T r., . . 3. Q K ' , A C L , 1 2, 1 ,Y l 1-., . ., . . . . L 1 J . -1 ' , F , 'c " 1" 1 Y. c , c v v 5 'J ' 1' 1 - - " c c 1.- .J ,,. T . c :Tc 4 g' . ' ' , , . . . C s ' , S ' U: - F. I. , . . i . , ' r 1 - ' fy - - 7 1 C' . Z' . ff ' . - . 1 . . , - ca as V 51- . . fc U 7 . 1 . 1 1 I 11 . V 5 - 1 c I 1' a ' i S 1. R ' ' 1 S - ' tc' Z L ' ' . , l. ' . 1 ' f. . J ,?. 1. Y N v. . U .Q .4 ' ,c 2, ' iS 5 ' -1 - Y. V . Y Y fy 1 1 Y. I opposition hy a I08 to 51- score. Meenagh stepped thc quarter mile in the very fast time of 52.8. Doherty once again turned in a fast mile in 71:55.31 White of All flallows threw the shot -13 feet and easily took first place. Our next opponent was Edison Tech with their newly formed track team. The Mount rode to victory to the tune of a 79 to lo score. Bryan did l0.f3 for the l00 and Meenagh a 53.7 for the '10, Doherty reached his peak with a l:5f3.0 for the mile as the Mount once again triumphed. The Championship meet. at which the Mount took both trophies. followed. ln the Senior divi- sion the Mount took first and second in the 100. first in the 220. second and fifth in the 140. second and third in the half mile. third and fifth in the mile. second in the mile relay. sec- ond and fifth in the high jump. fourth in shot. and fifth in the broad jump. The Junior-Midget divisions in which the Mount is always strong. rolled up 6l1,fQ points to gain undisputed pos- session of their trophy. The Senior division had it Ntoughi' for a while but proved their worth when 'fthe chips were downw to come through with UIQ points and the treasured trophy. The next championship meet found the Mount in there fighting despite the fact that the full squad was not competing. It was in this meet that Bob Bryan literally Ncrawled up Quigleys hack" in the 100 yard dash and Meenagh came through with a second in the 140. This year the Mountaineers have what can be called a veteran team. Although seemingly some- what weak in the mile and some field events. we can say assuredly that that same indomitable winning and fighting spirit that has carried Mountaineer teams to victory in the past. will come to the surface and thus-another cham- pion ship team. Wf' i'i"i'i' :1:::::::: ..........., ,. ,,,..,.. ..:', . f' ' ' '1"i"i"i':':'i':':'i':""' The Record M.S.M. OPP. 112 .. St. Ann's . 512 T3 .... N.Y.M.A. .. .. . 40 118 Power Memorial .. . 62 59 .... Adelphi . . . . 36 l2315'g . Fordham Prep . 553.1 103 All Hallows .. . 51 T9 Edison Tech .. . . I6 61 . . . Fordham Frosh . . . 25 Tl . .. Power Memorial Frosh . . 31 1s:f1z:s2s:121f'2r -:.g:'zg1:1rz.1. 1:-f "" -- fa. f2s--- '- -1 q2:s:az.::s:-:::..e:z'a:::e-1:52 f:1w: '. --, ,be '. A.. xAU.Q.v in .ya 7' 6 sr mmf' Q sys. STIGCIIM. My iN, XACUN .5 1 v Sw TENNIS Tlllf 1939 TENNIS SICASON was the most successful ever enjoyed by the Cold and lilue tennis men. A record of eleven wins in thirteen matches merited them second place in the Bronx- Westchester and llflanhattan division of the Cath- olic School League. The two defeats were at the hands of Iona who went on to win the Metro- politan title. The lylountis ground strokes and service were on a par with those of Iona, but the latter's superiority at the net spelled the margin of defeat both times. 'Ihe Mountmen scored four love matches: All Ielallows and Power Memorial were the victims. Seven -ll- victories were gained at the expense ol' Barnard, Saint Simon Stock. La Salle. Xavier and Dwight. The Kew Forest match which was to be played at Forest Hills was called because of rain. While we are on the subject of weather. it must be said that only once did poor weather interfere with the smooth progress of the sched- ule. The present long rainy season seems to augur trouble for the schedule which is about to ret under way. Captain Bob Barnett proved himself to be a very capable leader: he turned in a lille season performance in the dillicult No. I slot. Ile now holds the same position on the lfordham Ilni- versity Freshman squad. Angelo "llitsyu Cala- bria played No. 2 and well merited lllc Caplaincy of the l9I0 team. Wlilfred Cagen in the xo. fl position lost only one match in thirteen starts. llis line service was his most ellective weapon. The doubles assignments were capably taken care of by Pat Iieirne, Raymond Kayser, Arthur Helbock and Edward Cousin. Robert Cunnison and Warren Dornhoefer were very good alter- nates. Graduation took more than its share of vet- erans: in fact. only Captain Calabria. Wilfred Cagen and Robert Gunnison remain from the mainstays of the '39 team. llowcver. the pros- pects arc the best in years. A wealth of talent has turned out for the squad this year. Francis lfnglish. Albert Catalane. Sommers. Arthur Cal- ligan and Monaco are only a few of the line newcomers that promise to make this team the strongest and most evenly balanced team the lI'Iount has ever had. Coach Ilrother Sylvester has often expressed his elation at the prospect ol' a seven man team that wonit have a single serious weakness. Because of the suicide sched- ule that has been arranged matches will be lost. Pelham Memorial and Evander Childs have tall. experienced learns that will keep a Hue edge on the Nlount boys for Catholic League competition. Dwight School. lfordham Prep. and New York lllilitarv Academy - all non-league matches. - have been booked with the same purpose in mind. The league matches will be those with Iona. Nlanhattan Prep. I.a Salle and All Ilal- lows: all will be played on a home and home basis. Iluring the l9f59 season the new rules govern- ing the Catholic High School Tennis League were put into force. The object of these rules is to giye a greater number of boys a chance to represent their schools on the courts. Therefore. a school must use a team of seven men: singles men may not appear in the douhles. Nloreoyer. the lineup must he standardized: that is the players may not he jockeyed. These rulings. plus several others. inet with approval and will he employed again this year. .-Xs a result a new interest in tennis has arisen: whereas in the past a team of two or three men held control. :Xs this goes to press the tennis courts are Imeing thoroughly clayed. We doulwtlessly will hase courts that will riyal any in the city. :X sad lot are prognosticators: however. we will go out on the proyerhial "limh-I and tell you what we expect. Xlount Saint Nlichael should win the Ieague title when and if the nel play itnproxes. 'lihe time when ground strokes reigned supreme has passed: finesse has replaced Iaaseline power. Only the man with a smart. smash-up net game can expect to he a winner. The practices Io date have shown the Mount courtmen lo he Inetter net players than have lueen seen around here in many a day. As an added feature some matches have Iaeen hooked for an inexperienced group who show natural ability. The ohject is to give them com- petition hefore they step into Varsity ranks. .-Xhout thirty candidates answered the 1-all for J LW? 's .ui ln :QQ 4 WHABI-1 ""' U 44222, M9320 3 . afl. . XX: L 4- practice. :Xhout fifteen were turned away. Our message to them is: "Wie appreciate your trying. Play the game consistently all through the sum- mer for the spring season is too short to round ones game to the full," So. here's for what we expect to he a hanner season. The Record XI.r4.NI. OPI'- I .. .. 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