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

 - Class of 1947

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A.: ,Q .f0' Y BROTHER LOUIS OMER FMS CProv1nc1al of the Umted Statesj ISROTHILR II-0 VILVOR BROTHER ALPHONSE SYLVAIN To Brother Alphonse Qylvam and Brother Leo Vxrqm who r'cmp'e-tznn f1'+een yea s of con hnufau wad dw ted ervm Q +0 Mimnt Qa nt Mmhael Academy 7877 7977 7947 One hundred years prxor to the apparttrons of Our Lady at Fatnma a zealous young prxest founded the Instrtute of the Marxst Brothers Consecratmg hrmself and hrs work to the Blessed Mother of God Father Champagnat exhorted h1s rehglous followers to do lrkewxse Accordmgly the Brothers by thelr untlrrng efforts and example have labored to fill the hearts of therr puprls wrth slncere devot1on and love for the Blessed Vxrgm partxcularly through the dally recltatron of the rosary Then rt was that Our Lady ln all her glory appeared to the three chlldren of Fatrma and made known to them her deslre that reparatlon be made to her Immaculate Heart by means of the rosary and the devot1on of the Frve Fxrst Saturdays At that trme Our Lady predlcted that though the hostllrtxes of these days would soon cease another terrlble con next Pope rf that devot1on were not rendered to her nf her message were not heeded Subsequently we saw her predlctlon come true As the clouds of a second world war dlsperse we are grreved at seemg whole natlons prostrated by dlsease and famme and longmg for peace wxth Justrce Moreover the shockmg depredatlons of the Sovrets agarnst helpless nerghborxng countrxes remmd us of Our Lady s words concerning Russla Heedmg the message of Fatlma the boys of Mount Sarnt Michael umte rn prayer wxth more than one hundred and seventy live thousand other Marxst puprls throughout the world Under the ausplces of the Sodalxty of Our Lady mamsprmg of spxrrtual aCt1Vlt1CS at the Mount they reclte the rosary every school day that Russia may be converted that peace and Justice may become unlversal. , . 7 ' 7 3 7 7 9 flict would envelop the world during the reign of the , , . . ! . . . . , ,f nr, 1' U Asif' 4- 'I C 1944 The Rosary Foundatlon Inc 5.7 i , . . H 720.312 A h"' 4 ' l17'5o'.'-' Y 1 M 4 - .I .. is bV'l nn xl J, 'T 3 ' , ,W-,f.' .. .,, , ' I I x' 3 H151 REVEREND AUGUST TAPIN CHAPLAIN F' in.. 4 Qs xl 1 Al 1 I' F , A'-3' .-3 ff: Q93 Y I , ah gx, 3 '51 . 93- X42 . . '37 ii J'x H CONTENTS Ehud A4-geniafu, fdthlezfm BROTHER NICHOLAS F M S Dxrector BROTHER LEO SYLVIUS Prmupal BROTHER IOHN Tregxu cr BROTHER ANDREW'BERNAR JOSEPH BROTHER LEO BROTHER AUGUSFN TJOMAS S Kowa jWa A Amao j McKeon Carg u 0 G Longwor h W De aney ond Hmm F. Russo, D. i 1 , . t , . l , . . . t , . ll, . I, W. H . rf 'A w H M ? ' ff, lr , 4- ' 1 LQ :.5 'A,:.f. 1 , K, L" 1, f: .3 4' f 335 ' if " -:Z gf"-1, fe-xi-53 9 .6 ' V M-4: ei' ,- N -7 ,fimbf Ai ' 1-' J , .V jg- , .A .. , . T?2g"i','p5,1 47-1: -4 ', ' Xrtx if at F? - . fp EI? .-:'j,'l.. qjqyhf ,gl :ry-..,,, ?5'm?V f f' ' fiiguwl - ' ' :L+ 2' ' 1 'ljjfif '31 ..'5'.r' V fr 44 Q - :fry ' a.a'i:..." Mz6a5 - -A Q , "Fm- , if?-'f1,N?,Yfi, hi 'Q' 4' -1 'VL '5,J.:4" 4 'vii x' PT C. 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'wx F. . 1 , I is Q - D CHARLES FRANKLIN ARLINGTON ME1-Vll,I.E JEROME BECKEL , N 39 E N 1 FDWARD GUSTAV BFCKMAN 'IAMES FDMUND BERWICK THOMAS ANTHONY BOWE THOMAS WILLIAM BRESLIN PETER GERARD BREW JOHN FRANCIS BRITTON WILLIAM JEROME BUCKLEY THOMAS ALBERT CANNON MICHAEL JAMES CARDILLO MICHAEL ANTHONY CARDO 1119 Vlvr EUGENE JAMES CARROLL JOHN LAWRENCE CARSON ROBERT FRANCIS CASSIDY NICHOLAS DOMINIC CASTORO ALFRED JOHN LAVANAUGH IOSI-PH ANTHONY CAVANAUGH JOHN JOSEPH CHRISTOPHEL NELSON SYDNPY CLEGG ARTHUR I-RANT IS CODY FUGLNF PAUL CONESE VINCENT ANTHONY COVIELLO WILLIAM BERNARD CUNNIFF F9 ROBERT JOSEPH CUNNION GERARD JOHN DE BONA I fm , ' GEORGE VALENTINE DELANEY JOHN DANIEL DENNEHY JAMES LOUIS DE ROSE FRANK SALVATORE DE SIMONE 'CDI THOMAS JAMES DOYLE MARTIN PATRICK EGAN RICHARD AUGUST EHRHARDT ROBERT EDWARD ENDRES JAMES JOSEPH ENGLISH WILLIAM RAYMOND FARRELL 6- w ROBERI' MICHAEL FIWIAN MICHAEL JOSEPH FITZMAURICE PETER JOSEPH FRASCA RICHARD FREDERICK FREE l DONALD THOMAS GENTILE ROBERT FREDERICK GOLDHAMMER fuzz: W JOHN FRANCIS GRAHAM RUSSELL FRANCIS HADDOCK """' A 'RRS ' xg STEPHEN LEO HART WILLIAM MICHAEL HEALY ,, ff JAMES JOSEPH HEGARTY FREDERICK KENNETH HEINEMAN ARTHUR MICHAEI HEINIMAN WILLIAM JOHN HOLBROOK JOHN ROBERT HUTZLER EDWARD JAMES KAFKA .gg N RICHARD WILLIAM KASNA THOMAS JOSEPH KEEGAN JOSEPH VINCENT KEHOE jR STEPHEN ELMORE KENNEDY irrb' THOMAS NICHOLAS KENNEDY JAMES JOSEPH KIERNAN THOMAS AQUINAS KIRBY JEREMIAH JOSEPH KURTTI X DONALD WALTER KURTZ THOMAS FRANCIS LAMONT JOHN DEWEY LEAHY FRANCIS .IACKSON LEIGHTON JULIUS FRANCIS LIUZZO MARK ANTHONY LOMBARDI ROBERT ANTHONY LONGO JOHN BFNJAMIN LOWICKI 0 JOHN MATTHEW LYNCH JOHN LOUIS MAGNANI FRANCIS XAVIER MAHON PATRICK .IOSEPH MASELLI 'H WILLIAM VINCENT MASSARI WILLIAM EMMANUEL MAURER QI! nw JOSEPH VINCENT MCCARTHY JAMES ANTHONY MCCOLE JR. 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I T 1,2,3,4 P n- ' 1,2,3,47 1 i314 - - F I 4 I -- ' 4 i 2,3,4- 2 1.2 I 3.4 i 3-4 V, -L. i 1 I -1- JOE I,2,3,4 4 1 L 12,3 I 1 - 1 ,M I I v - F GIL 4 1'2Y3'4 1,24 I,2,4 4 V- -X f'- toRg f Let i ht: F L Waterman crackmg over for s1x points FOOTBALL OF 46 Wlth but one grld conquest packed under the1r belts the 46 football Mountles felt no l1ttle satlsfactlon 1n endmg the season wxth a palr of vlctorexs All through the rugged Mount schedule Coaches LaBorne and Murphy kept Jugglmg the startlng llneup str1v1ng to End that wmmng comb1nat1on Not unt1l the season was almost over was that sought for The thousands who jammed 1nto McGovern Fleld last September 29 were stunned as they watched the Redmen of St johns hand a Mount team 1ts Hrst defeat 1n three years on McGovern Fleld A magmficent passlng at tack was the dxfference between the two teams andthe final score read St Johns 21 MSM 0 In the second game our boys played host to Mt Pleasant H S of Prov1 dence RI on aFr1day mght Our squad played well but Mt Pleasant was by far the better team as the score reveals Mt Pleasant 18 MSM 7 Q . . . , Y ' 9 1 eleven found. . , , . , , o 0 - , .. . , . , , , .. ., . The first vxctory of the season was reglstered over Central Cathol1c H S of Lawrence Mass The New Englanders had qulte a reputatlon but they showed l1ttle as Sullnvan Schmnerer and Gent1le chalked up TD s and Waterman personally pxcked up 131 yards MSM 20 Central 0 Brooklyn Prep added another trouncmg to the Mountle records as the Prepsters CXplOS1VC ground game really clxcked Tuccx snared a pass for the only s1x pomter and Maselll klcked a field goal plus an extra pomt Brooklyn Prep 19 MSM 10 Mount rooters had llttle to cheer for when a powerhouse Iona squad ran roughshod over an mjury rlddled Mount eleven McGu1gan scored for the Mount but the final count was Iona 33 MSM 6 Power Memorlals steady unspectacular brand of football managed to grmd out yardage that could spell only defeat for the Mountameers A makesh1ft Mount backfield fumbled the game away 1n the first perlod when the men of Power racked up the only score of the game whlch ended Power 6 MSM 0 Playmg ln a steady downpour the Mount suffered 1ts final defeat at the hands of St Mary s Gaels A first perlod safety cost the Mount two po1nts wh1le the Gaels were scorlng a TD to make It 8 0 Bruders 45 yd touch down run made up s1x of those po1nts but Maselll s k1ck for the extra pomt St Francls Prep provlded a breather for the Blue and Gold before the important Hayes t1lt as the Mount1es plcked up thexr second trlumph Van Vort Waterman and Joos scored and after scamperlng 82 yds for a TD Bruder was a constant threat MSM 27 St Francxs 0 The now trad1t1onal Turkey Day clash wlth Cardlnal Hayes saw the Mountxes at the1r season s peak wh1le the Cardinals were figured to have thelr best opportumty to finally Beat the Mount' Outplaymg Hayes m all but the first perlod the Mount had to come from beh1nd m the thlfd quarter w1th Waterman crackmg over for s1x po1nts and Mas selll s place k1ck provldlng the w1nn1ng margln I ed by Capt Albanese the Mount forward wall played very well Wlth Schmnerer droppmg back from hrs end pos1t1on to do some excellent puntlng Waterman and Gent1le were at thexr best and rarely stopped wlthout galfllflg It must be mentloned however that the Hayes eleven was one of the very few on our schedule wh1ch dld not resort to the use of returmng GI s on thexr vars1t1es The result was a thr1ll1ng well played contest Fmal score MSM 7 Hayes 6 . . , , . . , . . . . , 3 Q . . . , . . . , . , . . . , . . . , . , , . . . , . n , I 1 ' IK U9 ' , . . . , . 9 , . . . . . , 7 9 ended the day's scoring. 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'ff " 1,tgs:5g:5f5- -+ - -f. -1 .nw ala-is 'ggigjii -V - , , ,, elf. -L J. A .-:fi"l'Q"f"4fW9i 'ly' ,, . . . . . , , BASKETBALL Rarely do Blue and Gold basketball squads start the season off fast, but the '46-'47 quin- tet didn't finish fast either. Perhaps the most disappointing fact concerning the team was that it did show promise. Kiernan, Kehoe, Hart, McGuigan and McCabe lacked height, but when Big Bill Carlson showed his face, that height disadvantage was diminished. Six straight losses were absorbed by the Mounties before they finally looked like an organized squad against highly-favored Hayes. Tolentine, All Hallows, Iona, St. Simon, Power and St. Ann's had beaten the Mount, but that extra something they showed against Hayes almost caused one of the big- gest upsets of the season. With minutes left and only two points separating the teams, play became wild but, Mount fans didn't, as the Hazers sank three in a row to clinch it 60-52. If our boys had won that Hayes tilt, chances are they would have been tough for the rest of the season, but as it was, they slipped back into the doldrums and succumbed to LaSalle, Rice and Fordham Prep. Then out of a clear sky-Bingo we won a game. Manhattan Prep, surely one of the first four squads in the league, lost a game they were figured to win. joe Kehoe's eight points in four minutes, coupled with Kiernan's last- second foul shot and lay-up, sent the River- dale boys home sad that night, and slightly bewildered over a 37-35 loss of a "cinch game." Having discovered that it is more fun to win than lose, the Mounties made it two in in a row by trimming Tolentine 68-34. Carl- son starred under the backboards with the other boys playing an inspiring brand of basketball in the last period. After losing to All Hallows Cand who didn't?j our basketeers finally knocked off Fordham Prep, 44-40. Bill Carlson accounted for sixteen points and truly hit his stride. Shortly after this game, however, Carlson was forced to quit because of a kidney ailment and his absence was immediately felt. Suc- cessive losses to St. Simon, Power, St. Ann's, Hayes, LaSalle and Rice all but ruined the season the Mounties, however, had another season, the Mounties, however, had another good surprise left in them. Once again Manhattan Prep, conqueror of vaunted St. Ann's and a top-league-honors contender was upset by an alert underdog Mount five. Ed Bruder, a late-season varsity candidate, provided the winning point with a foul shot in the last thirty seconds of play, thus making Manhattan, his former school, the only team in the league that did not taste of victory at the Mounties' expense at least once. The season was inauspiciously closed with a brace of defeats in non-league contests against Xavier and Iona. Despite their apparent failure to click as a team, praise is due to each player for his in- dividual efforts: to Dan Mitchell for his sea- son-long, all-round, good play: to Red Mc- Guigan for his fine ball-handling and aggres- sive spirit: to Hart and Carlson, both of whom tried their best to compensate for the team's lack of heightg to joe Kehoe for his timely set-shots and defensive alacrityg to Terry Mc- Cabe for his usual eight points per game: and finally to "Biny" Kiernan, a true example of a Mt. St. Michael sportsman. Better luck next year, gang! -3 , H2 ' ' 35-ii I- - . I ll '- B A 3, X: Q 'll 4 if 'KH L Lower Left Hart d i NIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL E Burke G K ch u ::U"" CCE.: pai D4 J Hier M tche J anj n L H N V2 HEC . JU . to R., t nding: . A i, T. helan, . ghes, . , . elly, R. ulih , . i ll, . McKenna, Mr. Mur , oa K Ii g: D. Stapleton, W. Hines, J. Du i , . Q il ter 1947 VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1947 BRONX SCIENCE BROOKLYN PRE P DAVIS H S ST ANNS ACADEMY MONROE HS COLUMBUS HS ST AGNES HS BAYSIDE HS COLUMBUS HS HAYES MANHATTAN PREP IONA PREP TOLENTINE FORDHAM PREP ALL HALLOWS HAYES H.S. MANHATTAN PREP IONA PREP TOLENTINE FORDHAM PREP . ALL HALLOWS BLESSED SACRAMENT MOUNT OPP vi ' x-NGUW wudw, , WL' QU mu 4-g xv' SUN fu 7 WIP 'swf' L to R Flrst row M Moro J Rellly B Colby J Murphy EVan Vort J I-Iessemus Second row A Cazzulmo Mgr J Kehoe R Strawbrldge D Mc Gulgan W Schmnerer F Wadham G Robb R Kas na TTh1rd row F Farrell Mr Laborne Coach F Colarsurdo J Breshn A Mlller W Zxehl D Mxtchell j Stocker E Bruder Brother justm Right Kehoe stretches for peg -as-1 'A 5 b 2. "W N ! ' .. 'UI' A r L ,' ' F F' A ' Y ! I X551 1 A I x I "A 2 K A nf, F vii, U be n 1 ,X 'eb I N 1 If 1 ,'1IT!xA H . Y, 1 y If n , , 46 Jgxg x ix, A ' I F7 F ax , " q F xg, 1 X ' ' 1 f v V , , , ,F , 'IN 1. v l A , . X ' 4 A 4 N A' Q.:--, AA A - X1 .6 I 43 ' V . V.u' s. F' J' 1-. 0 - A ' V15 ,,-11 V , . ' ,' -1' f fx . ,L . , 1 : 'a.4T'? " ' , ' -,J , ., - 5 -' f"'-f1zn.e, 4 ' -5 F: 1' 'M' - "'-':.-.- " 'f '11-.,"'-3 2' -, . -,"'. , ' " ,.-,'-,-'ff' . , 'Q' ' .1 .-. , "",.f ff . .1 " - . TQ 'u' -' PJ . - F -4 1-.rff-ff' Q-.rf-' .- f , A -- ., V - . A - ,, f . ., : . , . , . , . , . , . : . , ., . , . , . - , . , - , . , . ' . : ' V ' O I ' U ' V 3 ' ! ' U ' 9 ' 3 , A , Q , ,Y f i 17 ' - I f 3 Q f - . Q M V . x-t A - . Zxehl sxgnals Colby to hold up at thxrd M Farrell throws It back for another try 5 I - 0Ih- 1 i ',-'AF PQ iw!! in 2 :il-21 5 W . ' 0 gl l1l-A-a.- -A' -a ,,t'a'-lib' u In J 4 In .R I 2-f McGu1gan looks one over 5, -.... 5 :P if "N ik f -4sl. 'Q N-Mgr. - duh -f ' Colby connects Wx ,'d." 'A s3l5u .rl he Md in Kehoe swmgs away Look em over Shmnerer' 41'- il 'YQ Rxley scoops up a bunt Farrell standing by K Q X ' I , X. , - --:K 1- , " ' l 7 X., , ' K- . i hm ! ' I , . . A 4 X1 .F, f LV Riley is a step too late. -Y Y .wg -'f Av- 1. y a , . 5 . 5 . .. "w --' A' .E . Q ' ' ' J I - . Y ' ,AF I " , . 1 I X V sl '. -fl ' -51 .... o on-M11 a 54, ,W y l 1 N T , ' 4 af -.. . X "V ' . 4 ll , , v -. ' l , , 51" , ' , as 1 S- . - - A ' '1- L to R Kneeling J Kleber A Mazzex D Stapleton Standmg W Duffy J Loughran J Durkm Mr Murphy Coach Bro Norbert justm j Stocker F Wadham I IUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL Srttingt D.Mazzoi,'I:.Reardon,.W. Keahe,'R.Dere11a, J. Mitchell, R. Dobbin E IND Haddock takes Baxlcy of Hayes fn 50 yd Semls Cllmaxmg a hlghly successful season at Madlson Square Garden on March 8 a spxrlt ed lot of plne pounders who dxdnt even figure on paper upset a hfghly favored Blshop Loughlm aggregatxon Those who pxck favorltes forgot to conslder one factor SPIRIT and xt was that more than any other smgle factor whlch enabled our boys to steal the show ly successful although few lf any Mount runners could boast of newly won medals ln the prehmmary meets None of those who watched our boys per form wlll soon forget hlgh scorer Ken Mc Dowell who won the two hundred yard dash and earned a second place mn the shot put Bob Cunmon who upset the plans of a hlgh ly touted field by wlnnmg the hlgh Jump Russ Haddock a new comer who earned h1s sllver medal for the fifty yard dash Bob TRACK Brawn whose 50 anchor leg brought the m1le relay from fifth to second or Pete Frasca who outclassed hls rxvals xn the twelve pound shot put How many of us shall however remember those who have no medals to dlsplay but wlthout whose efforts we could hardly have won? They were the ones who kept the other who gathered the extra pomts whlch spelled vlctory For every hero there ls an unsung hero and ln th1s category we find our own coach B111 Ward One of the few coaches ln hxgh school clrcles who behved that Loughlm could be defeated B111 supplemented oach 1ng sklll wlth determmatlon to w1n It was the determined bplflt whlch he conveyed to h1s team that enabled them to dethrone Loughlm nv 'P' R . . . 7 v v ' A l Until the championships, the-team was fair- teams out of the finals. They were the Ones . -- - . . l l C n C H S AA C TY NDOOR TRACK AND F ELD CHAMPIONS I-4 I-4 D-1 .I 4 1' gm, Q FORECAST FOR THF 1947 OUTDOOR TRACK SEASON Despxte the evldent fact that some of the breaks went our way in the Indoor Champlonshxps we of the Mount know that lt was hard word and coach strategy that brought the laurels to Murdock Avenue The blg question now IS Can the Mounttes repeat? Thxrteen years ns a long tlme to walt to be crowned champlons and now that we are on top we mean to stay there We don t have to be confirmed optxmlsts to an swer any doubters affirmatively All we have to do to reassure ourselves lS to go out near the track close to three oclock Watch the boys talk to the boys then declde Well lets you and I take that tour Up at the northeast corner of the field we wxll IH all likelihood see our Coach B111 Ward dehverxng the asslgnments Every word every xnstructxon IS to the pomt one away we wxll see Br Mxchael teachxng the boys the pos-nt get out and w1n Further down the stranght fine points about the start Then up the straxghtaway IS Br Rxchard working with the tlmber toppers and the pole vaulters Over at the pxt under the scrupu lous eyes of Bro Simeon the hugh Jump of the clty and the potentlal second and thxrd places are daily soaring to new hexghts Every so often at the call of Track we step asxde to let an arrav of quarter mnlers or sprlnters go by Among them we shall notlce many of the team s top men who capture clty honors mdoors For xn stance leading that field of 220 men IS Ken McDowell the current Prlvate School champlon CHSAA cham pxon and holder of a sllver medal for the mdoor shot put Wxth htm IS Bob Brawn quzte a 200 yard man hlmself but at present the 400 Champxon outdoors m Catholic cxrcles New to outdoor track at the Mount ts the fleet footed century man Russ Haddock whose work mdoors was mvaluable Wlth the capable asslstance of such performers as Bob Joos Blll Sween ey Geo Delaney and john Randmo these men are almxng to convlnce that the mdoor vxctory was not just a matter of a break or two Not to overlook the real back bone of the Mount outdoor team suppose we wander over to the plts agann That mxdget who just heaved the 12 lb ball out of slght xs the team s captain Pete Frasca Pete and Mac double up ln the dlscus event also and form quite an evxable one two combmatxon Steve Kennedy IS domg hls part ln the Javelin and wxth the help of Ruppy Waterman hopes to spear some polnts rn thus specxal Over at the hxgh Jump are some of the other boys who always manage to pxck up those fourth and fifth places lf not top honors namely Frank Mahon Charlxe Cam jim Tuohy and B111 Garvey At the pole vault among the really axrmmded boys are Ed Sllbemagel Tyree and Charlxe Cam Places 1n the broad Jump seem certain to Haddock and our charmed junlor sprxnter Tom McC11nley who by the way IS a handy man to have on any relay team Among the other vltal men straying here and there are Bob Fm an and Frank Yodlce each a specxalxst m hxs own field Well that about wlnds up our stroll If determx nation and wrll to wln would brmg back that trophy lt s ours for another year 4 1 ' 1 9 . . . M . ,, . 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 ' . , . , 1 , . - 1 1 1 . . . . , . . , . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' - 1 1 1 . H . ,, . . . . . . , . - . . ' 1 1 1 1 . " 1 1 - . , . . 1 1 - tt 11 . . . . 1 1 1 , , . . . . 1 ' , . ' , . , 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 - 1 7 X ,ff-1. wi S. ...-- I C NX! -s- if ...f 23: X Xyx 5 M XXX tw FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS ROWING Under the auspices of the New York Athletxc Club the Mount s first rowmg team started practice at Travers Island Wxth Herb Pearse coaching the boys have made line progress Mr Kurt Hexnz secre tary of the Olympxc Rowmg Commlttee has taken quite an interest m the lads and they are grateful to hxm for his help They also apprecxate the backmg that has been gxven them by members of the N Y A C Rowmg Committee Cap t Van Twxsk Mr Robert S Dodge Mr Paul Troshkm and Mr jack Sulger Hn-W 0231,- ,.- .Qe-b2:'4-ffl-Yf' '5 bl- wg., QP' Q9 ,,, wtf, J 'V x J 6 '2 :ls ff- "as - A 1. -- ef fs-L ff Q1 Tj fl L-ii ff? 'Rl f f JT? sfmm t ' Sf? 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E12 -3 rtlv 7 . . . ,v - , AV X 1' g 'f 7 -eff -, frfggrvf -L37 L A' -.-so Ute' -,jf Gif 1-1, -.AJ T 1 THE SODALITY Among the many socletles at the Mount the Sodalnty of Our Lady lS one of the most promxnent TThe trademark of the sodanty has appeared ln almost every phase of school and after school lxfe To the classrooms to all the fields of sport at the Mount to social actlvmes ln or outsxde of school and to the ordmary bull session or get together the Sodallst has carried the Splllt of the Soda' 1 The purpose of the Mount chapter of the sodahty 15 to foster love and devotxon to Mary The mam furctxon of the sodahty and the duty of each sodalxst lS the weekly Mass and Commumon Despite the mcon venxences that accompany the wmter season the Sodahst remained undaunted The weather dxd not stand xn the way of his dutxes nor dxd the thought of nsmg early and fasting sway h1s declslon For on sodal xty mornings ram or shme the chapel was Elled to capaclty There were foul or five raxls of commumcants The semor sodalltv made consxderable str des 1n 1947 Under the guxdance of Br Gxlbert and through the zealous leadershxp of 1ts oFBcers Ray O Neul Pres james Sul lxvan Vice pres D1ck Free Sec and Tom Cannon Treas the orgamzatlon has spon sored many drxves and actxvxtles Among the drlves encouraped were the daily Vlalts to the Blessed Sacrament Each day at 12 15 and agam at dxsmxssal there was an endless flow of M01 ntalneers ln and out of the chapel Durmg the season of Lent the senior so dalxty xnaugurated the five mlnute Lenten devotions before the afternoon sessxons 1 s mam purpose was reparatlon to the Immacu late Heart of Mary under the tltle of Our Lady of Fatlma The most lnsplrmg actlvxty ln whlch the senlors of the sodahty parttclpate lS the open al May devotxons before Our Lady s statue m the quadrangle Each day a semor recltes the beads and a short talk xs gxven by another semor on the llfe and vlrtues of the Blessed Vlrgm A campalgn to encourage attendance at the Lenter devotxons was ca rxed on by the poster committee and the ofhcxal sodal ty pubhcatxon The Sodallte The rehgx ous bulletm xssued weekly wa also lnstru mental ln remmdxnv us of our relxglous du tres Operatxng ur der the guldance of Br God frey and the leadershxp of ts oficers Kevm Begley Raymond McGu1re Robert Wolfe and Dom rxc Mazzex the junlor sodahty was also very actlve On December 8 the JLlfllOl' sodahty con ducted the oFFc1a' mductxon ceremonxes for candldates Father joseph J Rooney SJ celebrated Mass ln the chapel Following the ll'ldUCtl0l"l the l66 students proceeded to the mam dlmng hall where breakfast was served Also very outstanding were the two bas ketball teams of the Junlor sodahty They rornped th ough the r season wmnmg 80 per cent of thelr games Thus we see the sodahty a proven leader 't rad assumed 31 xmportant role ln the hfe of everv Mountameer 5 JL,...:-sf' Sharm t.Y,,5j:E::,Q-X5 real? .J XR I 'N 'S,,,,i by lvgjmx k.j!""'f1RXAfal-ixjxfg ml L, ww 5'-E ""'g.4 El A Fx 63 xx wb Web 'Q L f fy I 0 ,I K 271, 5 fc Kewl M" I 7' ffm fa LQ! . . - 455 H 4 ' ' , ' - Rf J . . ' Lil' . . ' . ,, ' ,,. 1 X ' , 1' - vw , W- If -X ' ' 4.35 . . . . . . . . D Lug, - . . , . , . H I .H ' ', I . , - 4 . . , XI 1 4 , , A - . . . ia 1, .ja . .. . . . gf 21315 ty' - . . 'U' -sf' . r 'I-he Q . . A ,V , ' Y I , ' ,W- -.. ' '. ' W ' o ' - , . . I ' I . A A ' . D - .TMR ' Q - m' .1 . Us-' Xia'-7,85 ' . . . . ' A , , , x , ' -H' xiii 5 ' - .vt . . . , f ' - ,-Jr. '. or 2 ' . ' . ' . - - ' 4'-ii' ' 'I' ,' :' , . . . h 1 1 jf I . -A g ' V ' . ' . ' . ., ' - ' ' 'Vim-R xr , ' ., . . . ., F I lgl .IQ ' ' ' . ' ' ' " -4-, 'L . . . .Q . . . 7.53 . , I Q . . My t ,Q , f Q , . ., . 4 , , ' . . ' ' 'tl' ,1 1 . : f ,- . , - fp, rfb? . I ' I ,I , , , -1 g 'vu' - g , ', . . .Q .dr l If . ., V v: ' K rf" 7 5 'V 'T-li, 5. I go . 1 up N at QQ ,l lj: tj I F . ' A . A W . Y V ,, .,, .. fu 6 X""., ff ' Q' f ' by - ' 'ai X ' " 7 F "f't-5' T' Q ,, lf". ,ll - ' I pa sf' ,J-l3',I"l 1 - Q'-2 , I' X1 1' ww A AZSX1 , 1 . , .' ,gg -Am: if g f .N ff Q- Q r, f 7Xn gan. - tv T 172- T ,H r at. fx ,.,, A t A f Mi! :Thy rf' .'1',, 'af ?Qi,"J'g,j'f3 -H' Ld X' 1 ., - 1 fy! 4 ' - Q, 11 . Mk Q-QQ SENIOR SODALITY OFFICERS AND COUNCILLORS ?g1Q IUNIOR SODALITY OFFICERS POSTER CLUB wr- Y' BROTHER GODFREY BROTHER GILBERT 5.-Wink 1 Illllllh S BROTHER JOSEPH EDWARD '35 X BROTHER CONSTANTINE U- 1 R- X - ' f ' .. xff: it g , E., ,J 1 X Q1 ., f 1 X 3 in T -H . - 'fi , , , ,X My f K .,, f f I . . 4, v 3 5 4 4. ' L f R , E ' rr , r V 1 X' U 355223.55 Wd miifzmm P' ki, Fw Q F fwifm. "" www N53 Wx 'Cl' l""'l 'LMLW 5 .I ,, 'fit lr'-mg, Q- ' n BROTHER GERALD DOMINIC ,fl A 1 'GD' ..4-x k'!HQ'2',1ir?M' I. Leahy . Slattery R. Sarka J. Hebron J. Loughman J. Vigilante H. Donlon T. Ryan dington SPORT S C9 EIJITUR . Spark Pditor E. Berberian F.. Oiguin R. Cassidy R. Cumiion Ii. Sc-ullb' M. Ambrose- J. Iieviizm J. Kelly D. Tighe K. McDowell E. Truuileiii F. McCarthy TOWER HALL OF FAME ay E. TRAUTLIIN By RAY o'NEiLL JUNIOR GOSS By EDWARD SCULLY LEAHY PRESENTS AS I SEE IT THE SMOKEY SENIOR By Joc Covanagh BNBlM?' 'l?i' THE BOARDER LINE By J. OBRIEN and R. OLGUIN If:':.k-. THE LOOKOUT By DICK FREE som-i srliiimfiri By L. J. Keenan F R O S H ov TOWER STAFF H. Maguire H. O'NeiIl Ii. Free Juhii liritumii O II Rm Nei I P als. W'-It BROTHER JAMES DAMIAN F R OLIC S BROTHER GABRIEL VINCENT JOE MCGRATH ll J WM JULIUS LIUZZO fm HE sfllmff Rl 2 N E 5 .XX me VW ,E, 7fze!W 1947 f CQ ,ng , N fe QC THE MOUNTAINEER STAFF Bob Sarka. '47., editor-in-chief, wrote most of the text. Quigley and 'Yodice executed practically all of the titles and sub-titles. jim Kehoe and Bill Desnoes provided the action shots. Ray O'Neill and Bob Brawri wrote the sport columns. Bob Cunniffe helped out all around. "2--ft. Q 1-J--. 4211 1: .N 'Vt 'v .. . ,.1, - vL.aa, ape., -L ' '.-1. E11 ,. ,. . ' L T f: . 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' . p 'A ,. -,mv - V , 'Pail ,. 4 -. 2, ' . - w . vc, f ncltllel 8 Sftsdenle S 074 0 Ount Ilx conical Fw B QW' 'B W 115 Trim" B0 " 01609 A an Q beg 5 Geffm 11 giiger we' vw A determlned group assembled m Room 406 for the first meetmg of the Forum Among them were many exoerxenced debaters as well as some new faces The most notable change however was m moderators Brother Herman had replaced Brother Axdan Norbert At the election Rlchard Free was chosen secre tary with John Hebron asslstant secretary In the first debate upholding the afiirmatlve slde of the question as to whether or not the federal gov ernment should provide free medxcal care for all nts cltnzens were Rxchard Free and Thomas Ryan whlle Hubert Donlon and john Hebron defended the nega txve sxde of the questlon The Forum debated St Barnabas Cardinal Hayes All Hallows De la Salle Chammade and Cathedral In addition to the St Barnabas Tournament the Forum partlcxpated m the American Legion Contest in which Hubert Donlon captured the prellmmarles the JournalAmer1can contest m whlch Iohn Clark finished second ln the prellmmarxes and Hubert Don lon once again represented the Mount m the Holy Name Socxety However one of the newest programs established by the school was an mter class oratorxcal contest an whxch medals were glven to john Carluccx 1D Berard Merrxll 2C Edward Scully 3B and Thomas Dovle 4B wmners of the semor Junlor sophomore and freshman years respectxvely Tom Doyle recelved the trophy for bemg chosen the wmner of the entire school Forum members were excluded from competl tion. The Forum looks forward to a successful season as many experienced debaters will be returning to the club next year. BROTHER HERMAN EDWIN A' 11- -Qlx, A I J, 1 gs -Q gg J' P ' l i -:Y 4 3 v 5 . 1 g Q ' " ' 'T . -4? ' E o X 1, QI 1 ' th, . ' N l 4' X . 1 ' a I D K 1 .- -sg 5 , 4 fs 1 1 . A-. ,SQ 2 in l D- ' , 1 L , tl 'xi' l M' t p t0 , ,J 'H M fo ' ' ,J ' i ' A 't as ,D ...1:.: H '. K9 ' is ' I 1 . ' . . . . ' . . ' f . . . . . ' lf - . . . ' ,I 4 n u , s . l. ' 5 . 1 . 5 . 9 V ' I 1 'A I 'mm K 4sr Sn! 93 Tx.. Arranged by Dan Quigley with apologies to Young and Rubicam, Inc. .45 F i I v 1 X .X X' .Nh P x4.' -,ixv Q eg 4-he Jw 41' 1947 ,QMM f? .lgiqqfx ,IF-555355 2 W QP. I.. ff -'T 1 6-Na x ff' fr fhi 4 lvl ofa "'f h . N WN. JL fy, Q 55- f. . -A . . -A Q 'Sv' fl 1- bl ,. Pwr wr, , .4 C 'Sail Q A v ri X X-,J N. 'sy G fn ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Prxntmg Fredrick Photogelatxne Press NYC Typography Marlst Press Poughkeepsle N Y Portraits and Class Groups Muller Photo Studlo Cover and Binding john Gettler N Y C P D B111 Desnoes 48 This book was set wxth Antxque Type and prmted by the photogelatme process xncludlng the color tip on pages on Antxquqe Whlte Sterlmg Weave Paper Txtle and sub tltle pages were set with Presto type Beton Open 48 Pt hotographic Credit 'symbols K ..... jim.Keh.oe, P.G.


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