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

 - Class of 1953

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SXXQ AX 'I'-ai , xX 1 1' In conjunction wlth Fr Peyton s current Ros ary Crusade we deem rt very approprlate to make the Rosary the theme of the 1953 Moun tameer Therefore, ln word, picture and sym bol we try to convey the potency and urgency of thrs devotion to our Lady For years dtd St Dommnc spend himself rn southern France to brmg the Alblgensxans back to Church In spite of hrs willingness to be cut to pleces by a hlghwayman to prove hrs oceanxc love for Chrlst Mary offered hlm a dlfferent solutton Comfortlngly dnd she say to hlm, Thou shalt preach thls devotxon and thou walt obtaln an abundant harvest, Luke another DOIHIIIIC of yore Fr Peyton has Threatmgly dld the Frfnch revolutlonlsts force thenr Ideas upon the mtnmxdated people m the 18th century Forgetfulne s of the future ltfe and man worshlp wcre truth-, lIl5f.lllPll unto youthful mtnds Obrurtly drd God ln Hts own mysterlous way rarse the Xen Nl Cham pagnat who was to counteract these athenstrc movements In him Mary found another fanth ful son who pread her devotnon especially the Rosary by word and example To accus tom young men to say thls snmple yet fruitful prayer and denye therefrom benefits for txme an eternxty has pxrntual sons the Nfanst Brother foster this dt votton among thexr stu dents all over the globe Everywhere the Ro and thus tt teaches them sxlrntly but force fully how to comport themselves rn Joy sor row and trnumph hstened to the tender pleadmgs of our dear Mother at Lourdes and Fatima Spurred on by her earthward journeys and convinced that Mary lb the terrlble army arranged ln battle array, he 14 movmg from continent to con tment rallylng thousands and thousands of people to vyrest the long sought for solution from heayen Yes as ln the thirteenth een tury the Rosary caused the dark clouds of the Alblgensran heresy to be ltfted and the llght of truth to be revealed, and as lt dxspelled the heresy Il'tlSlS of sm whlch oyerhung the earth as though wlth a death pall, so w1ll lt now IH the twentleth age, when heresy ts stlll rampant and sm 14 stlll ln reyolt against Cod N -I 0 ' X , , '. , s, ' .. Sf 2 ' l , ' ' - ' ' ' t . 1' , . 1 Q . J I ' of Q 5 ' l 1 7 ' - x ' . L' . iv V . . .L S .. Q 5. 4 ly . s, t 'Q 2 ' ' . - ary is an integral part of the daily routine 4' .L ' M A g' 1 . .dirt , . . 1 'A 'Qs A . R R xx- -, ., X , . . . , . . 7 9 . . . D . . . - 55' .N . ' . 1 1 H ' ' 1 ' l , Y V - A ' . . . ' I Y 4, . . . , . ' 9 ' QQ Q I J l 4 1 I . . 7 . . N . . There lS one song that any mouth can say A song that lzngers when all szngzng dzes W hen on their beads our M other s children pray Immortal muszc charms the grate ul skies Joy ce Kxlmer M 5 S .N . , X , 14 8 1 V 'M "Never before has the world been so clirely' in neetl of prayer as at the present time. when a dangerous form of materialism tries to un- nlermine manis relatiuns with his Creator and with his fellowmen and to destroy the sanctity of fam- ily' life. This most powerful anti- alute against the evil that threatens human soeiety' is prayer. espeeially eulleetiye prayer . . . Anal what form of eulleetiye prayer eoulcl lie more simple yet more ellieaeinus than the Family Rosary Pope Pius XII my if 35 law 3 FAMllY RGSARY C RUSADE RALLY QM Theme Dedication Administration Seniors Undergraduates Grammar grades Resident Students Activities Sports DEDIC TIO Sigmund R0mberg's popular tribute to "stout- hearted men" aptly embodies the theme of this year's dedication. In every phase of the recent rapid fulfillment of the dreams of generations, our former principal had been confronted with, and graciously accepted, the lion's share of the all but pleasant labor involved. Conveniently square were the shoul- ders bearing the brunt of construction responsibili- ties and their associated financial entanglenients, along with the already herculean task of regiment- ing a thousand boys through their scholastic maneu- vers. Many a late night and wee morning hour found Bro. Leo Sylvius ironing out inevitable wrinkles in the blueprints of our "Dream School." BROTHER LEO SYLVIUS Had there been no restraining hand with an eye to his fitfulness for realizing other dreams, Bro. Leo would be with us still-his hands to the plough and determined eyes set on even greater goals. Now that he has left us, we gratefully dedicate to his esteemed memory this annual of Mount activities spanning the past year-activities enacted in the splendid environ- ment which his incessant toil made possible. More permanent still than the physical structures proudly depicted herein is his constant example of utter devotedness and winning modesty-a rare combina- tion urging us to the finest way of life. To an es- teemed Religious and cherished friend, we gratefully dedicate the 1953 MOUNTAINEER. 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BRO STEPHEN REG! .5 Latin wma LURETTA 'Mb Geucrzd Secrei8Y3 BRO JOSEPH EDWARD Infnrmarlan M 155 DOROTHY Secretary VOLPE .mai I I O BRO R HFNh1 ll-X IL M111 XN W H111 'Xlalhcxuatm fonces xons ncllfh Toner us Mlm XL Ixl l L II .1 th Pl x ll ll F11 Qt nulln l Con 1 xomsxim BPO 0 mcmm l c,u:mp BR l h 1,.,.xx we C H S L own I-n 1 cungp Ram! an 1 I 1.0 HKIHIIIJ XM, IN lhv 10 M1f1"'Ul" 'H I ff rillnx I it Y X S VI, HMWMMMQH utwightier than the sledge and the seythe on the red banner of the Soviets: mightier than the rannon and sword in the marl arbitrament of warg mightier than the gazfel and the pen in the high vounrils of stale and the rourts of leagues of nations, is the Rosary of Mary for the protevtion and the welfare of lllllllliillllfs--J. Hussle-in. S. J. PRESIDYNT I R 'fi'- Jossvu E EQVOSXTO I' spo N X kl n 29 2029 E-'Wi 21 qi Blloxny s0bh0m0f9 Y 'me 'O m -1 f1'I:1Iiq:R:: D xrou Bl'00u::en pfullmg with 101' MnunIIIIheeRo md D xrrlgh I I FORCE ROBFRT H hnornln Hr-tors II lonu ll . 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B ll. V ll . : - ' - . . ., 1 4 .. v ,. ' . . , .4 - i V' . U . pp: V rs. nt 1. I E ...SS 'S - ' - ' Q Fr Q. f' , 3 N , . ,, , f X .' s X x v . - , s A , , M I A 1 A 6' Ci V " 3 I , , , A , .. . , ' V ,Q F ,"rs .' La' 4' 5.5 '- nf rm. . I rhnss ' 1 al ' 1 ' ' ' '- .5 J . lf 14-3 :lst 5 urs . I . f I b ' . ' ' ' .I ' l'1lI nv qw, . 'a . 'll I' A. ' ' ' , . . . will : - Ma - " '.,' ' ', ' ' ' ' ' hala tal ' - lp 5 I-. S. 'V hu 'F . ' ' ' ' ' , '. Q ' ll: a " all 4 ' Ian . in 1 , Z. .l ., . ' . JAMES L. CANNY "lim" 672 East 234 Street. Bronx 66 A high-spirited Mountie . . . two year Sodalist . . . participated in freshman intramural basketball . . . active football player in third year . . . became a manager as a senior due to an injury . . . likes math and will follow through with ac- counting at Manhattan . . . the best. .liml JAMES P. CAVANACH 'flimmyi' 108 Chester Street, Mount Vernon .lim can always be seen on the campus with the football players . . . captain of the '52 grid squad . . . versatile trackman and Sodal- ist . . . vice-president of the stu- dent council . . . intramural basket- ball star in hrst year . . . is heading for Villanova to study law . . . good luck. .limlnyl JOSEPH M. DeBALZO "Wilbur" 2990 lst Ave. N. Y., N. Y. Small of stature but possessed of keen wit . . . came to us from Our Lady of Angel's Parish . . . Class Treasurer as a freshman and V. P. in his second year . . . tried his hand at track . . . loyal Giant rooter . . . his clique consists of Hoer. Farrington and Donnelly . . . hopes to attend Fordham . . . ambition in life: to be a lawyer. JOHN M. DONOVAN "Punchy" 2977 Webster Ave., Bronx, N. Y. A well spirited Mountie . . . very popular with the sportsmen . . . a member of the track and football team . . . favorite period is or- ganization . . . often found with Ryan and Kelly . . . his future is uncertain. l 4 WILLIAM P. CARCIULO "Big Bill" 934 East 241 Street, Bronx 66 New light on Student Council . . . recent Sodalist . . . follows season- al sports . . . found in the makings of the Esposito. Cavanagh mob . . . plans on being big time lawyer after graduation from Fordham . . . Cod speed, Bill. GERALD V. ESPOSITO uE-sn 3221 Wallace Ave., Bronx 67. N. Y. Attended St. Ann's Grammar School but came to Mount for secondary training . . . starred in intra-mural basketball . . . member of band . . . seen in senior smoker with Apolli. Perrotti and Rohe . . . plans on attending Fordham and majoring in law. l A GERALD M. HAMMILL ulerryu 100 East Mosholu Pkwy., Bronx Popular guy on campus . . . mem- ber of football and basketball teams . . . won Legion of Honor Medal in second year . . . seen with Cavanagh and Ruffalo . . . hopes to become policeman after attending Siena College in Loddon- ville . . . go to it, Gerry. GEORGE J. HALLINAN "Hal" 58 Jervis Road, Yonkers. N. Y. Sports-minded and spirited Moun- tie . . . two year member of the sodality . . . participated in base- ball and intra-mural basketball . . . has a special interest for science . . . found with Gillick and Tur- gati . . . will study engineering at New London. JOHN J. HASTINGS ajohnu 2594 Briggs Avve., Bronx N. Y. A good sport, and likeable fellow . . . intra-mural basketball star in first and third years . . . special interests include basketball and baseball . . . pals around with Barrett and Burns . . . hopes to study electrical engineering at 'Manhattan JOHN J. HOGAN ..Ben., 2902 Grand Concourse, Bronx 58 "Ben" is a likeable fellow who hails from the Bronx . . . friendly with everyone . . . takes a great liking to History and Math as well as sports . . . hopes to enter into the butcher business . . . will miss you "Ben," QBEYX H E Y' , ' GE0BGf'l'l"b, Y, emi., N' X. Y 1- Ave, . I V-yaer - .eA.- A6195 Ayn Wi' t and teliervg lui bg! - ' ' Most qu: Hotlan in eltilllw 7 .u he - G05 S9 THOMAS F. O'REll..LY "Tom" 317 East 178 St., Bronx 57. N. Y. A Mountie since the 5th grade . . . an ardent tuba player for the last five years . . . a faithful Sodalist while in High Svhool . . . prefers history to math and music' to track . . . Always a smile for every- body . . . on his way to the Ava- demy of Aeronautics to study en- gineering . . . happy days ahead. Tom. 18 CHARLEb ll. OTOOLE f.huf'l1 l803 Archer St., lironx 60. N. Y. flame to Mount in Freshman year . . . ardent meniher of the Sodality for three years . . . enjoys hunting and paling around with Frank D'Andrea and Tom Corallo . . . hopes to become vlienliral engineer after attending Manhattan College. ERNEST W. PAUL "Ernie" 452 Eflingham Ave., Bronx 72 Personahle and friendly . . . faith- ful track man and loyal Sodalist for three years . . . a "shutter-bug" on and off the l'1lI'lllll1S . . . a:-s't li'liotographer Editor for the "Tower', as a .lnnior . . . finds tinkering with raving boats and vars a fascinating hohhy . . . des- tined for Manhattan College and a career as a Merhanif-al Engineer. WILLIA M R. QI iAT'l'ARO "Hill" T16 fl0Illlll0l1Nt'Llllll Ave.. Bronx 61 Cheerful and overloaded with st-hool spirit . . . a legion medalist in first year . . . a four year mem- her of the traek and football team . . . voted to Student Counril in Senior year . . . two year-member of the Sodality . . . hest friend is Kenny . . . wishes to he a Pliysivist in South Ameriea . . . will attend Holy Cross. . Ili j -. ' f R. 3319 Ii' flun In EIU N A tlrpgr Av ll, grad , '3-. H. liiliflflfl fifth? tif the Iniflnx 66. Y ' 51 ' ro Um ' olhm. ' - nl ne. grit . 9 - ' I' ""b- mm: - :ie-Ing nSl?I3!ef.tS Refers lglulzilmllivilif n goin AIVII En '. ' inn, Ovei, K I0 It v 1'-flneer "listed in 'H 11111, -1 ROBRR l'. Rl'lilN0 "Rube" 10315 Edson Ave., Bronx 66, N. Y. "Rube" Pllllltf to us as a typical Mount freshman in '49 . . . the silent hut intelligent type . . . en- joys baseball and football but favors Bro. llamian's fifth period Spanish class . . . van be Seen on the rampus with Regan and 0'Toole . . . will study elet'tl'it'al engineering in eollege . . . good lurk in your ventures, 'LRuhe." ROBERT Y. Rl'I"I"Al,O "Kuff" 26 North 6 Ave., Mt. Vernon. N. Y. Hails from Mt. Vernon . . . served four faithful years on the hasehall diamond . . . often seen with Val- lender and Quattaro . . . "Mary" and ping pong occupy his leisure time . . . experts to major in edu- ration at Fordham College. In' . I l plflfls EDWARD J. ROHE "lid" 1705 l'ur4ly St.. llronx N. Y. A quiet likeahle red head . . . played varsity haslxethall for two years . . . likes to danee . . . Eng- lish and hi:-tory are his favorite suhjea-ts . . . hopes to lwt-ome an electrical engineer. I9 PETER J. SHEAHAN "Pete" 289 East 101- St.. Bronx 58 A llronxite, 'gPete" can be seen chumming around with Yaconetti. Connolly and lirennan . . . a mem- bcr of the Sotlality as a Freshman and Sophomore- . . . likes Physics and French over the other subjects . . . as for the future "Pete" plans to be a member of the Police De- partment. .IOIIN .l. SULLIVAN "Sully" 2053 Illcllraw Ave., Bronx 62. N. Y. Plans to study law at Fordham . . . has shown interest in basketball and track . . . pals around with Tatldonio and .lenlaeis . . . favor- ite subjects: algebra and Spanish. JOSEPH J. TADDONIO "Little Joe" -1331 Murdock Ave.. Bronx 66 Hailing, from nearby St. Francis of Rome, joe has been with us since grammar . . . Sodalist and trackster in first and second years . . . likes sandlot sports . . . it's pre-med at Cornel for him. I ,Q WILLIAM A. THOMMA "Tom" 711 Edison Ave.. Bronx 61 Small but full of power . . .out- standing in football . . . enthusi- astic tracltman. an active one on the baseball team . . . favorite sub- jects History .tml Spanish . . . par ticular pal of Ryan and Donovan. 20 nxt WILLIAM C. VANIDEROEF "Billy 8 North I0 Ave., Mt. Vernon N. Y. Ilails from "Our Lady of Victory" parish in Mt. Vernon . . . entered the Mount in' his freshman year . . . joined the Sodality in his first and second year . . . quiet. well- liked fellow . . . pals around with Mason. Turgati. and Dinelli . . . favorite subjects are English and Science . . . ambition is to attend Manhattan and be an electrical cngineer. w""w nga' If 0 erlmrt mul bosom h all to per Gzst religiously mul 1011511111113 lll the rlazly uw 0 the Romrx Leo YIII PRICSI DIQNT I une to thf Mount from Ul L MIX of IXIPF4 v 1 lt e president ll fr 1 1 ss fn3cln1t1-1l hw 1 tronomw :nd Jets seen XNIIII Smokey Jo1 Mun 1nd Blg nn IHIHFPQ to t'llg,ll'lCCl'lIlg nt M mh ltt ln IOR B 1 JAIXIHS F. QVIRK l'll1u mos ' El V53 St Bronx Br THOXIAS AI BAN Fngll h Fremh Lltln X ll F PRFSIDF NT XX AI TFR A CFRRATO Doc' 2738 Wenhold Xsenue Bronx D1 Hnl from the Bronx llIlV8 on the grldnon tor three wears 11-n on the unders for uso war re nd xuntmg. 1 nn 1191 pl Il le ll s lrol llt xsltl IIIIFIIP I'l0f'wlC5 IIIUIIIIH to X llfllll e 11,1 QPFRPTARY IFRKI D .I M ARRFX 'Ihe lVIurl1 'tu 'K 1171 De Relmen Aw- Bronx 60 X IFIPIICIIX pouln 'Xtounln fiom N lmnus ot Rm 11 lIll?t tunes 1 11 ent f out nn1I11I ln In ketl all m 1, Ill S11IlI1l h1-'Ip11l 1over rls UI IL mul Xe 0 1 nrchnll I11 tot 1l1f1n1Img ns IHF XQI RER .IXXIFS .I Riff ARRX M111 lox t Bronx N 11 fro In wus '1 mem of the NIHIIIIIV und the truck team 1 nllthcml Its ln Ill ton lt'l' In s Xl r 1 1- 11-1ont111m pus XXIIII Normln l herrw 1 13 I 1r XMUF1 o lX1l'XOIll n s Im the KI 1 lllltlllllltftl thou! the future q 261 :st 1 1' .. 1' 38 K ji . 1 0 . 1 of I"s osl -l1l,5S . . . 1f' ' 1 . 1' 15 ' 1 ' 1' . . . " 11- , V' 1-1 11 V ew su ' . , 1 .I . . . if . 1' ' 1 1 I 1 . 1 'ra . ' , 1 ' -I 1 N . 1,1 11 1 1 11 1, , --. ...- 1 1' , 1 W 1' s ' . . . 1 ' ' g1'sI "1s1 'I.1I iw'Il,...l2I.'1 1I 'I f1', hlllllh' I - '-in ut IVILIIIIHIHRIH Col- 1.,.. Q Q Q 1 1 Y 1 11 1 1 I lu 1 1 . 1 ' 1 V L, 1. 1 ' ft. ' n ' ' ' J . 1 vic-2-pr,si1I o his claws . . . 1ns1lr1Ie1I Legion of Honor Medal - ' . 1 . sp 's-n' ' . fo ' year buse- Imll AIINI 15' v1 llll . . . il 'oI.'11's....v' spo J I ' tl f "T -"' this .'11r ffl 'ln1I " ' I': 44 - V- . I1 ' 1 s. 1 V f 1 I 5, ii 1 ,. T , 11 1 ' fm 11' . '11 ' 1. ,,. 3 umm I 1- S., - 1, Y. f "M1"' :ls il s '13 1 her 1 1' 1 ' 1' 1 . 1 " 1 , .. . lik-s 1 - 1t"1' 1 11 'S ' . . . 1111s 1'I1lss om' ' his first -en ...1'1nb,w:.r If '11 - 1 ' 1 1 ' 5 . . . :ll- x1l,' has il 1-11-A Iul ' I f r -...s'1g:" P11 . . . 's '-' 1 . . 21 PETER F. ABBATE Pete 1931 Hering Avenue. Bronx 61 Rather quiet and unassuming . . . nlemher of the journalism Class in fourth year . . . photography and model airplanes claim most of his leisure hours . . . a mathematician, Pete plans on getting his start at Manhattan. looking to aeronauti- val engineering as his life work . . . Don Catalanois hnsom pal. EMIL L. BETTLEY "Shady" 11 Metropolitan Oval. Bronx 57 One of the boys in the Catalano. Smith, Abbate mob . . . will attend Manhattan to fulfill his ambition in life, engineering . . . at home right now he is interested in home movies . . -good luck "Shorty" at whatever you might do. 1 r 1 DONALD J. CATALANO "The Cali' 1723 Colden Avenue, Bronx 66 Member of the Smith, Abbate, Bet- tley clan . . . enjoys a good game of pool . . . hopes to exvel at R.C.A. Svhool of Radio Xt Tele- vision . . . so long. "Cat." JOHN T. BURKE "Burkie" 2240 East Tremont Ave. John fame to us in his senior year . . . likes history and merhaniral drawing . . . has a special interest in automobiles . . . right now .lohn is busy at his after school job . . . hopes to attend Farmingdale Col- lege . . . good luck. g'Burkief' 22 WILLIAM H. BOWMAN "Bill" 327 City Island Avve., Bronx 64 "Bill,'i a popular guy on the cam- pus . . . likes mechanical drawing and geometry . . . an ardent track- man for three years . . . favorite pastimes are building model air- planes and playing sand-lot foot- ball . . . will attend N. Y. U. 1 , no. t 'Q' ROBERT V. COCKERILL 08012,- 52 Lynwood Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Led our cheers at football games in junior year . . . active track- man . . . starred in intramurals for past three years . . . passes leisure time yachting . . . one of the Abel- Farrington clique . . . sea beckons him and he'll attend Forty Schuy- ler. RICHARD G. COOKE "Dick" 1575 Odell Street, Bronx 57 Comes to us from St. Raymonds Parish . . . likes sports, especially baseball and basketball . . . played on his SSA' Intramural Basketball team . . . a Freshman Sodalist . . . completes a trio with Kenny and Burke . . . shows preference for engineering course at Fort Schuy- ler. JOHN D. D'ELIA "John" 46 Orchard Pl.. Greenwich. Conn. Hails from Greenwich, Conn. . . active in all phases of track . . captain of cross-country team . . fine scholar . . . snappy dresser . . member of the "Tower" staff . . . seen often with Mackey, Sweeney. and Cahill . . . hopes to enter Notre Dame. FRANCIS 1. D'ANDREA 'Trankiei' 1721 Fillmore Street, Bronx, 60 Hails from Our Lady of Solace . . . Sodalist for four years . . . set shot artist on the varsity for two years . . . card shark . . . good bowler . . . top Spanish student . . . part of O'Donnell and Kirk trio . . . favovrite haunt is a spot three paces below Bronxdale Road . . . Frank looks forward to engineer- ing at Manhattan . . . good luck. 23 THOMAS J. fORALLO "Tom" 1900 Daly Avenue, Bronx 57 A right guy with a great deal of character . . . participated in track for a year . . . played a year of Intramural Basketball . . . pals around with Gluck and D'Andrea . . . has hopes of being an archi- tect . . . eyes set on Manhattan . . . good luck, Tom. 1-F N.,- JERONIF C FARRINCTON Jerry 3011 Rolunts Avenue Bronx 61 ROBFRT A DOHERTX Doc 72 E191 236 Street, Bronx 60 N good TlllllI'f'41 fellow wltlt 1 cur rmdw -nn 1 fnorltt pus lllllf'9 ne lr1sah1ll mtl Sleeping mn ofltn ln seen w1tl1 M1n Ill md Co undeuded 1s to the lutule 71K keeps lll'-1 KUYTIPIHIOIIN Donnelly D11 Blllll Ind Hoer lluglnng, Wllll lllN wlttx qlll TQ tried trult for 1 xelr 1nd plrtlclputed ln 1ntr1 n1ur1l B1 lu-tl11ll '1 frosll S0 d1l1t enjox w 'llllllllg College ytnll JNSIIH., lt l lllllS wzll prtpnt lol jllllrllll INIII 1t 1Xlllf,,S lomt XX ll 1 IAM .l bl l Lk B1 1901 D111 Awe Bronx N X 1 IIIIC to tl1e Mount 111 lla fneslnn 111 yur 1nd bulnu, qulte Il t1 1111 111d footblll bln ze llouf student qulet llld well llked lntereeted ln l'llC1llilIllC1l1 dl Htlllg llld plnslrs hopes to 1ClI'Il Lltlllll ll Cllglllttflllg ln tl1e IIIIIC w llllllllg., TV llld 1l0M1lIlg B111 lb 1 typlml Mountxe 24 JEROME W GOODRIDC E Jerry 1.531 111k Ave Bronx 57 N X A student of great bthool splrlt .1 two wear member of the band 11.15 purtlclpated for three xeara 1n Intramural basketball has iperlal Interest ln football, .und glllS asplres to learn .lVl.lIl0Il will attend Annapolls .IAMED Y GILLILK 1 1117 Hoe Avenue, Bronx 59 A imc' student from St ,l0llll lluysostom Parlbh 1115 teamed w llll 0 I onnor for last three wears ae outstnndmg deb 1tor liked pottn, empeclally basketball and track has part1c1p1ted ln track and lntrnmural Bailxetlull prutlus lnformal debmng Wltll Olonnor Turgall Htlllnan and La 11etr1 111 fourth ye1r he 11.15 proved to be an exmellent re porter fol the Tower prob 1bly llelded for electrlc 1l engl neeung four e at M.1nl11tt1n JOSEPH A lxEll ER oe 118 Throg.,gs Netk Blvd Bronx 6l l'l1ll from the Throgg Netlx see non of the Bronx a member of the Toner for two ve'1rs llso 1 two year member of tl1e hand usuwllv seen gomg home Nllll Tomlnelll Joe hopes to 1ttend lort Schuyler and to be tome 1 member ot the FBI best ol lutlx to '1 fine NIOIIIIUP dl RONALD JJ HOGAN len 182: I uombe Ave, Bronx N X H1s -.pe 11t four yelrs ma Ing lfltffllls ln hns own shy way pletus sm fislung 1nd bo 1tlng l0llblll1I mompmlon of Blll Gluck 1 IHFPS to the engineering pro lCSSlOIl wnll g.,o to lvllllllllflll in 'Q 'ws LEO V JORDAN Munyakr 884 Enst 37 St Broolxlwn 10 Leo IS a graduate of St Vincent Ferrer of Brooklyn came to us ln the end of hls freshman year from St Franc-ls Prep played lntramur1l Basketball for three QCIFS llk8S history and Latin pllns to study law at the Um werslty of Pennsvlvanla likes glr s 1nd 1zz pals with Sthsvlrtv, lhrragh 'md Esposlto otlen seen at the Central 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' 'L . . . 1'1 rpg .11ii11 . i ROBERT A. IIOYLE Kinbstrnf' 168 Higllllllld Ave. lilllgvlilll. N. Y. Came to llle Mount '15 il jllllI0l'... quiet and like -1 bee . . . 11-live Sodalisst . . . member of 'Towf-r" SHIT . . . likes d'llH'IIIf., . . . ll .- around with 0IIlllII'lil, Dmnl' B'1i1-I1 S1'l1w'1rlz . . . I11 11,5 :ll 1 I' medicine at Holy l.l'0S.'. SIICRI TARY KEVIN M C AHIII Ken BEN F. CARRKTHERS "Ben" 306 W. -ith St.. N. Y. C. Yery dramatic and intelligent . . . member of the forum for four years . . .has excelled in dramatic and original oratory . . . reporter in the senior S'Tower" class . . . his great ambition is to he an ac- tor . . . will attend University of Wisconsin. A s 91' 1092 T Tops in sc lence meda Editor of years . . . . . . active 4000 Seton Ave.. Bronx 66 Editor-in-chief of "Towcr" aftcx three years of loyal service . . . a loyal, conscientious trackman and Sodalist . . . vice-president ol' the Sodality . . . reporter for Mount- aineer for the past two years . . . plans to attend I'l0l'tllllllIl for the pre-med course . . . farcucll to a true Mountie. JOHN A. CALLAHAN "Big Johnu 4333 Edson Ave., Bronx 66 .lust bubbling over with good humor . . . never a dull moment in his class . . . active sodalist and one of Howie's boys for four years . . lunches with Esposito and Co. . . hopes to become a commercial pilot . . . Manhattan College f come September. NORMAN M. CHERRY "Norm" iffany St., Bronx 59 holastic standings . . . has receivved the General Excel- l evevry year . . . News the "Toweri' for two likes stamp collecting member of the Forum and Sodality . . . favorite sub- jects are mathematics and science . . . intends to become a chemical engineer at Manhattan. RICHARD C. COLONEL "Little Poison" 339 East 241 St., Bronx 70. N. Y. Old timer here at the Mount, en- tered in first grade . . . a shinning light in the Mount Band . . . ac- tive in Intramurals and frosh track . . likes playing musical instru- ments and collecting stamps . . . will take an aeronautical course at Manhattan . . . happy flying. 'LLittle Poison." 1:15- Q THOMAS J. CONNOLLY ..Red,, 4272 3 Ave., Bronx 57 Red started H. S. off with a hang . . . was a trackman two years and an interclass hoopster . . . likes English . . . pals with Sheahan and Yacconetti . . . aspires to a journal- ism career EUGENE V. DONNELLY HGPIIP., 2032 Gleason Ave.. Bronx Hails from Holy Family . . . Sodal- ist for two years . . . used some of his talent to write for the "Tower', . . . very poular with the fairer sex . . . specializes in Eng- lish and history . . . pals with Del Balzo and Farrington . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . plans to take mechanical drawing at Kings Point. l JOSEPH De ANGELIS ..J0e,, 812 Penfield St., Bronx 70, N. Y. Cheerful and overloaded with school spirit . . . always a smile for every- body . . . has many friends on and off the campus . . . interested in being an engineer. LEONARD W. DeFRANCISCI "The Doof' 62 Suylam St., Bklyn, N. Y. A likeable resident student . . . Lenny hails from Brookklyn . . . a good student, Leonard was awarded the coveted General Evcellence Medal in his junior year . . . likes chemistry . . . frequent company of Boyle and Schwartz . . . loves to fish . . . plans to attend Rensa- leer or Brooklyn Poly. Tech .... lots of luck. ff' JOHN R. ESPOSITO ..E-span 1934 Hobart Ave., Bronx All al'ound ood fellow . . . track g . and football star . . . charter mem- ber of the Big l0 luncheon club . . . can he found every afternoon at Bro. Terence's outdoor forum . . . will go to M.I.T. for engineer- ing. THOMAS .l. FACAN "Tom" 4145 lligney Ave.. Bronx lfaithful sodalist for four years . . . atthletic acliviytvies include two years on gridiron, tour years of intramural basketball . . . favorite past-time is drawing, a "bigwheel" in our Poster Club . . . found in the company of 0'Reilly. Gian- notti, and Cahill . . . the sea in- trigues Tom . . . hopes to attend Coast Guard Academy. JOSEPH A. CANNON ajojev 2080 Edenwald Ave., Bronx Came to us in sophomore year . . . member of journalism class . . . likes Math especially Geometry . . . seen around campus with Ma- son and Yanderoef . . . likes reading short stories . . . aiming for engineering at Manhattan. JOSEPH V. HEALY aloe., 1038 Castle Hill Ave., Bronx Cheerful student, always smiling . . . played in the band and ran track . . . mother's little helper, paints around the house . . . often seen with Bowman . . . aspires to be a lawyer . . . hopes to attend lfort Schuyler. 'DC i 1 , L V2 GUIDO R. GIANOTTI sscigin 2331 Washington Avenue, Bronx Last one in and first one out of school . . . shuns athletic and any- thing physical . . . spends his time collecting pictures . . . undecided about the future . . . Good luck, Guido. 23: is, 1 THOMAS .l. KEELEY 661101719 3281 Hill Ave., Bronx Came to Mount from St. Brendan's . . . activev in Sodality and intra- mural baskektball . . . fascinated by certain members of opposite sex , . . can often be found in the midst of a baseball game . . . pals with Ryan, Donovan, Thomma... will attend Manhattan to study medicine. RICHARD F. MUSE "Dick 4-133 Murdock Ave.. Bronx Dick started at the Mount in first grade . . . outstanding student . . . non Legion of Honor in soph year . . . pals around with John Stefano . . . ambition in life to become an cnginecr . . . will attend Manhat- Izltl. JOHN M. 0'ROllRKE slacks 61'-60 Woodhaven Blvd., Rego Park, N. Y. A quiet and reserved boarder . . . a Mountie for four years . . . a trackman and two year sodalist enjoys football and baseball . . . lnain interest is avoiding the draft . . . chums are Long and Boyle . . . hopes to attend Institute of Aeronautical Engineering. FRANK R. LaPlETRA "Frankie" 1060 Kelly St., Bronx Frank has accepted the faithful track manager role for four years . . . enjoys brilliant success in studies . . . loyal sodalist . . . con- tributed to the "Tower" in his last tyso ycars . . . Legion of Honor was Ill lns junior year . . . pals yxith the Gillick, Markey crowd . . . engineering in his Manhattan. 5- ,fl Q J U LIIIS P. PRICONI aprign 328 197 St., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Three years a class ofhcer . . . a recipient of the Legion of Honor and General Excellence Medals... "l'rig" is a devout sodalist . . . also loaned his talent lo the Stu- dent Council . . . prefers Spanish to geometry . . . quiet disposition . . . plans a Liberal Arts Course at Manhattan. I Q 41 1 JOHN J. Mt-CABE UMMJ, 260 E. 176 St.. Bronx Mac is a Bronxite . . . member of the Sodality for two years . . . fa- vorite subjects are Math and Phys- ics . . . plans to take mechanical engineering at Fort Schuyler . . . likes basketball. softball . . . pals around with llarragh. Coodridge. Schn ietzer. X INCENT A. RESTIN 0 "Vu" 928 Nell Ave.. Bronx Respected for his friendly. unas- suming manner, connnon sense. and high scholastic rating . . . elected to lllllll0l'UllS class officers . . . displayed oratorical ability ill the Mount l"oruni . . . an out- door sportsnian, enjoys fishing and syyininiing . . . one ot the few uho dared to lake Latin tour years . . . has no definite plans for college. HENRY T. SCHOBHR "Hunk', 4051 Amundsen Ave.. Bronx Cheerful and playful . . . played J. Y. basketball . . . two year meni- ber of the Sodality . . . pal of Marltey . . . will study' Mechanical Engineering at Webb Institute. ANTHONY R. SALERA "T0ny', 2020 Continental Ave., Bronx Loyal nieinber of the band for four years . . . captain of the band in senior year . . . favorite subjects are math and science . . . best friend of Donnelly . . . loves to dance . . . future undecided. JOHN J. STEFANO "Johnnie" 206 Grassy' Sprain Road, Yonkers Likable student, always good for a laugh . . . 'rarely seen on the cani- pus after 2:30 . . . is intrigued by autos and planes . . . cohort ol Muse . . . greatest aspiration, aero- nautical engineering . . . hopes to enter Manhattan. DONALD G. SILYA NDOH.. 2324 Tiemann Ave., Bronx Top notch scientist and all around good student . . . has written and typed for "Tower" since sopho- more year . . . four year speedster on the track . . . spends his leisure time "Souping up" autos . . . will study engineering at Manhattan . . . our best to you. XRNI UND I Tl RRIN Turk 2170 Hrrglreb Awe, Bronx A ull rrounfl rtlr e 0 trrrlt nrrrr lor four WCIIS st'rr renter of Home S squad was a mem lrer of freslrrnrn lrrsketlrrll te.rnr preudent of lrrs fre-lrnrrrr 1' ris prls rrountl rsrtlr Del Monrro lropee to be rn enffr neer rsrll rtttenrl Holy CIONC ROBERT Y ARAS KNO Bob 126m OlmQte'rd Ave, Bronx Entered Mount as 1 Qoplronrore rrrely seen on the grountls frvorrte ntnrtx rs lunch rr- r Strong frwrnatron for rertlrrr rushes to he 'rn 'rvmtor ur try to enter Iona LAW RENCE I W ARD The P ore 1461 Unversrty Ave Bronx lrlterble and witty rmbrtron rfe to m'rrry r rralr sr mounts Mrrltew Ind Fspo-rto rrrrong rr-. arnrpus tlrunr- rr e sp:-url rnterest rn geometry md Brollrer lXlBl"lHS Frrglrslr lrorrre xsorlx plfrns to enroll rt Ford rrnr I 'R ROIN KLD f 1 Xl ONI' l'I'l Yue 2113 Southern Blxd Bronx Qtrrtetl rt Mount rn Necontl grrrle rrtne rnernlrer of Norlrlrtx rn ur rntl oplrornore xt rr rvorrla srrrjut rs rn rlr nrw terroux tornrentor f rourrrrl 1 O Brien . . . d'rslres oll tlrc, 1--rrrrpu: witlr T. .l. 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"Baron" hails from Pill'lxl'llPS1Cl' . . . enjoys math and science . . . favorite hobby is dreaming: . . . pals with "Big ,liinfi "Hull" und lf' . . . future' lllNlt'l'illl'll. .IAMES J. KELLY "Kelly" if Ill Jac-ltson Ave.. Bronx. N. Y. WILLIAM J. KIRK "Willie" 1803 Tomlinson Ave., Bronx. N. Y. Hails from St. Francis Xavier . . . his come-what-may attitude has won him many friends . . . pals with 0'lJonne1l and Keily . . . sharp dresser . . . firmly opposed to long standing Mount rules surh as homework. jug and sorial . . . amhition is to hevonw a Ill4'Illlll1H'l' of the l".l!.l. THOMAS C. M.-XY "Tom" 112-45 201 St.. Hollis, N. Y. A resident pupil here at the Mount . . . Tom is well-liked hy his fellow students . . . photographer for the "Tower" and "Mountain- eerv . . . Sodality member for three years . . . undecided about the rollege he will attend . . . clear sailing ahead "Tom," H-nils from S. 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Yernon Q of Iyolrd r Ilfe Q I of e 1 1 1 Ile e 4 :me fl day slum ent Im tue rewt s y It the Yloun Ikea 1 1 g, Imys Ike pox! 1 Iluntln In em Im ll yyltlx 'NI4 I lmn :ml 'NI4 Sp: 1 on fum lte wt o o y IINI4 x ann mn s nt I I'HESIDI?N'I' JOHN Il STF-XRNS f rmulel M6 Dogwood I me M mhu et M nn of the hour Ill f00lInII Ilemg up t mm on tewm enjoys Illlllllllf, 'und likes to fool lround 1 1 1 ln lIyy lyw be found xynln Yklest Del Mnnwo and Sell 0 Iong l l0n1If.I TRI ASL RI' II ROIII' RT H SFII lrvlly Boy Bungwloyy Ilnc Ixllllllllfk L I I npnble presude nt of our Qtudent tounul ime school splrlt yyhltty md yery poullr out Sllndlilg ln truck 'md Ioothlll often een with Steflrnb Vlest 'md I IV magh yylII Study fleronflu 5 'lt P1 k College St Louis Inlverslty goot Iutk Pretty oy a av, if 00 90 The Rosary IS a complete abrulgnlent 0 the Gospel exprewmg the three ffreal pfmse.s 0 the null 0 ilu Redemplmn joy borrow, and g ory Fr Faber 450 E. 184 St., Bronx Del came to the Mount as a fresh- man . . . very active in school sports such as varsity football for Juuus T. Del Momco anew WILLIAM M. BALCH "Revr1mrl" Fairview St. Simsbury, Conn. "Revrand" entered the Mount as a junior . . . played in intramural basketball . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . a speed demon with cars and boats . . . best pal is Boyle . . . will attend the Ford School of Automotive Engineering. two years, track lor two years and intramural basketball for a year 4 . . . he likes wild parties and sports . . . a student councilor in senior year . . . pals with W'iest. Stearns and Cavanaugh . . . likes chemistry . . . plans to attend Yill- ZIHOVRI. RICHARD F. CIPOLLI .fcypv 1560 Silver St., Bronx Small, fast. athletically inclined . . . captained his punior intra- mural team . . . his better subjects are Spanish and science . . . mem- ber of the Perrotti, Esposito. Robe clique . . . future undecided. MICHAEL J. FLANNERY "Mike" 443 East 184 St.. Bronx Entered Mount in sophomore year and was elected vice-president ol his class . . . Mike is interested in photography but hopes to be an Accountant or a Dancing Instructor at Arthur Murray's Studios . . . he can be seen at all activities with Giannotti and Calilli. 40 . 14' S 1-Q, JOSEPH A. CARAYETTA UKIHUN 1311 Gunther Ave.. Bronx Comes to the Mount from nearby St. Francis of Rome Parish . . . membcr of band for three years . . . enjoys collecting popular records . . . would like to attend Marian College to .study for the brotherhood. CARMINE R. CRACNANO "Wild Bob" -1 12 Cyrus Place, Bronx Loyal member of the band for four years . . . elected captain in third and fourth year . . . partial to mechanical drawing . . . has a liking for fixing car motors . . . plays trombone with his own band . . . will attend Manhattan. -.J Q HENRY W. HOER "Stark" 1840 Westchester Ave.. Bronx Everything comes naturally. so why worry . . . Sodality member for two years . . . tried his hand at in- tramural hasketball . . . would rather dance than eat . . . ardent indoor roller skating enthusiast chums are Del lialzo and Gene Donnelly . .,. plans to follow in his father's foot-steps . . . wishes to attend Boston College. FREDERICK W. LEXIVS "Lex" 2730 Decatur Ave.. Bronx Loyal member of the hand . . . hest subjects are geometry and English . . . collects records and Hxes cars . . . pals with Red Con- nolly . . . wants to work for tele- phone company . . . college unde- cided. THOMAS .l. MANGAN "Tom" 155 Tibbetts Road, N. Y. Friendly. though the quiet type . . . member of the Donnelly -Dougherty lunch crew . . . prefers hot-rods and swimming to school work . . . keeps future plans secret . . . good luck, "Tom," ,K JAMES M. Mr-HAHON "Niue" 3383 Orloff Ave.. Bronx "Mae" has a mania for photo- graphy . . . played intramural basketball for two years . . . best subjects are biology and chemistry . . . inseparable from Kelly and Mr-Spedon . . . wishes to get a B.A. degree at Manhattan. FRANCIS Mm-SPEDON "Butch', 6016 Delafield Ave., Riverdale Great lover of sports . . . played freshman football . . . favorite sub- jects are history and biology . . . hest pals are Ms-Mahon and Kelly . . . aspires to an engineering career. VINCENT P. RYAN "l'inniel' 217-1 Marion Ave.. Bronx Three years a class oflicer, an ar- dent sodalist. also a member of in- tramural basketball. track and football teams . . . likes science In-st . . . a member of the Donovan lie-lly aggregation . . . ambition: to DONALD A. QUINLAN ..R0Cky,, 64 Clover Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. Quinlan came to the Mount in sophomore year from Hayes . . . a fairly good athlete. "Rocky" played .l.Y. baseball and basket- ball . . . plans to attend Iona . . . likes parties . . . pals with Mar- tucci and Sullivan. l 19 fa , snccced: and do this in thc Navy. M i FRPDRII D st HW XRT7 Don v 1 Ex I 31 bt Bk yn ANTHONX M. SACLIANO . , HT ',, Quiet anal reserved . . . has attained On? much popularity as a pupil a 1771 Edenwald Ave.. Bronx boarder . . . cohorts are Darragh Came to the Mount from PS. 68 lnd 'loin-l"l lf and has been here since the eighth Hater' 'l""l"' l ullend lim grade . . e. played freshman and ml junior varsity basketball . . . likes to dance and roller skate . . . Tony can he secn around the campus with Rohc and Perotti. IIUXX .XRD F. SLHW EITZER uSl'llll'0ifZ,, 2009 Scdgysick Ave., Bronx. N. Y. Found in company of Coodridge and fllcilaln- . . . good bowler . . . sharp sense of humor is of-ll ap- prcciatcd . . . loves leisure . . . plans to make a career out of the lX.uy. Senlor Memolrs FRESHMAN YEAR 200 w1de eyed Freshman enteled the Mount for the Hrst time Bro John Lawrence succeeds B10 Nicholas as director Retreat held at St F1 'IIICIS of Home Church Football team had a successful 7 l 1 season under Bell Settlno and Neuman New Yolk Football Yankees practice on Mount field Bishop Donohue officlates at around bleaklng exer clse Basketball lntramulals held IH the old Gym durm lunch hour Mountles burn Hayes IH effigy at bonfire rally Bernie Rizzo came to the Mount Mount ties Hayes 14 14 and classlc Flesh man basketball begins under B10 Cllljell Basket ball team wins Westchester champlonshlp under cap tam Don Stapelton Boatude memorable occaslon for Freshmen Fnst taste of Pl0V1IlCldl exams and the summer interlude SOPHOMORE YEAR Bro Benedict Henly assumed assistant principal post F llllClS Gallant and Mann became chaplains of the Mount Hfnllowe en frollc first dance Bernie RILZZO makes all met 500 attend annual football banquet MOUHIICS bow to Hayesmen 25 13 Mem Ollal building finally ln use Fathers Hargrove men topped by Crusaders in Westchester Tourney opener 64 56 Rev Augustine Tapm passed away after 25 years of faithful service ln C H S A A lea ue Mount took second place Bazaar a boom int, success Cafeteria opens for dayhops Father Mann left for mlsslonary work IH Hawan Senior prom held at Waldorf Astoria F' wi , . G '-1 1 7 4 . 1 t I E A 1 or , 4 W 1 ff '5 ' at My 1 . - 1 ' u a a ' 1 I f 'C fl: 3 ' ' . 7 . 7 7 i . . Q . . . I ' ' CT - ' l - l- . . I 1 o u ' . . . ' ' ' fr and Quinn conduct annual -3-day retreat . . . Murphy- . U . A . , C, .... . . . . ' U: l . . Q . ' . . . - . - . ,. , . . 0. 4 1 U n . I 0 O V X L' fa! 5 51 . .ll 'lf' Senlor Memolrs JUNIOR YEAR M9m0IldllJlllldlll dedlclted by F 11d1n1l qpellm ln on St Mlchael s day Gldlld SllVCl ,lulnlee tele lDI'dll0ll FIS R Mackey SM and L McDonnell O C D named new chaplalns M1 Mlllvllllll takes posltlon as basketball coach Phvslcal educ illOIl classes l8Sll!'l1Cd under M1 Al Kull Outdocn pl ty alea III fl0Ilt of maln bulldln completed News cafetella 1n full Swlll BOXIII comes to the Mo11nt Memoual ym scene of Day dance qtudents lynch Hayes ln efhby at football rally Mount bows to Hayes 70 Illlldmllldl basketball le1 ue Ill augurated Mount Band holds fllst annual vule tlde COIICCII Retreat conducted by F1 Flemln and Dotv Apul lssue of the Towel enjoyed by a ROlllClClIl tlme at the Rolle1 Skfitlnz, puty B1os Dems Helltldll and Lodvwln Anselm leave for Phlllpplnes Boat Ilde IS the best eve1 Mount takes Brooklyn Colle e t1 wk chtmplonslnp Cal laflle hl hllbhts lJd7l'il FOIUIN enjoys successful year unde1 Bro Edwnd Lavuenme Blos Leo SylVlllS pllIlClpEll 1nd ,lohnl mlenae dl l9fl0l lelve f0l Eumpe flllllllr, Sllllllllf"l ul 1-19 ! ... SENIOR YEAR gtudent body weltomes new admlnlstratlon Bro leo VlllL6Ill dnettor Bro AllldIldSlUS Norbelt prln upll HOWIC Borck takes over as track coach Sunday aftelnoon dances conducted by AlllmHl M itbetb 18 the mam l0plC amon 56111015 Semo un s 111 ve Bro Kleran Mdlllll lIl3l1gllI'dlCS jou n illSIll class Snnthmen have a successful season Llasslc football lally hl hl1,hted by alunnn pep talk l5O0 see 6 6 deadlock at Randall s Mou H iyes t1e for Cnty Champlonshlp Football ba quet at Mayer s an lmmense success Stude C0llllC1l lllldel Bob Seh enjoys an aetlve year It atm, llllli Sodallty held first nocturnal Rosar Illlldly IS scene of senlor talks by Colle e re lC5Cllldl.lVCS P1e Easter retleat a success Qemor Prom wlll long, be remembered Grand t1m by all at Rye beach Implesslve graduatxon cer mony held lll bym Farewell to the halls of M St Mltll tel' What next MOUIIIICSQ ,n A my ! . l v as ' 1 'l I f 1 . . Y Y , ' ' g , ' 1 ' aa' ' z . z . , ' T ' ' ' ' , - 9 M 'H . ' I - . . .4 1 . I . N. ' . . ... - M A , , , ,l , , s , K . - . Q . . ' , .. . ' . E 7 1' i . . . -' 1' . 1 . . ' at S ' ' g ' ' . . . ' ' S '. . . . V' i . . . 1 ... I v' g . . . ' g 1 - I Q Q ' ' 'N,,, ' ' l , . 0' ' I H . . . vw - ' ' ' , 4 I I . I ., .. .Sr , ig ' - i 7 : . Q . v I . j . . . I ' H ' . . 0 . Q ci . U I 8 Q M.S.C. sponsors gala skating party at Mount Verno ' ' ' Z7 . . . . -W . I N 7- i I SY 0' Q . . . ' . . . . . A '- ' ' ' I U s u U U I . x 1 V. 1 I J . l 0 A O - - f g -E - 1 i ' L- ' . V l . . . . ' ' , ' . - ' , " ' ,z ,z" '- ' U 'V 3 2 ' - fag '. 'fif .... ' ', V 'lx ... 1 f"f,lff .1-A-L-75 X J F' , 0 o Y ' 5 'wg inf v- ' l Q 'F' ' , ' if ' :Q X K V 11. YP. ' ' 4. .1 1 f ' 1 Q' -KI !1 K., MA.-xx ' 44 N1 H I 1, 1 'W M L ni llljmwavw mowggmmmxl nAdmirable infleefl is this cllaplet, woven ofthe angelic' Salutation and of the Lor1l,s prayer, anrl Combining with these the task of internal medi- tation, an excellent means of prayer . . . anll one very fruitful for the- attainment of eternal salvation.,34Le0 XIII BRO. FELIX MICHAEL- Lulin. Englisllf Bmkellmll . , . ' .l'd Biology 5llltlt'Illr xmtslllllg H I " ff projevtiom Junior A Isl Row, left to right 'll R R l -. . Pslal. J. Judge, C. Spilflflll, gust. R. Cunninglmm, J. Slree-llun, J. Mc-nnis. K. Fitz . 'ue-ri. S. Sviallflolw. J. llonovun, XX. Nlgnu-mo. J. Ke-lly. pulrirk. 'l'. llllllilllflllihi K. Mooney. Allll Row-R. Berlu . M1-lluire. 2nd Ron'--W. Daly, J. llll'k9llll1I, R. Nc-yvn. J. Sullivan, J. Hessvnius. H. liraltone J Mvlif-0 U. W. Millvr, K. Riley. ll. Holm, J. lf.-lnge-lo. T. Hurnorql. lloxle-, J fll'l'Ill1lllll. 'I' " J Mulirll. 3rd Ron J. Kvvvny. S. lim-rl-io J l'ru le r- ,. . un, D . . 4. . lognni. R. He-rlel. . . - u 1 n 18. il. 15. Friday, the 13th, exemplifying with tragic horror its ill-fated reputation, witnessed the sud- i den death of Andrew Brown at 5 p.m. February 1953. The screeching of wheels, the rattling of a train, and Andrew's soul went forth to God for his eternal reward. Andrew's record at the Mount was a host of superlatives: an honor studentg a very devoted Sodalistg an extremely well-liked Juniorg a credit to his school, his family and His Faith. Andrew, like the 'tJohn Brown" of history, may be dead, but his soul shall always march on I and his courageous spirit will eternally live on in the hearts of his fellow students. John O'Connell and Andrew Brown studying A.C. g8I'lel'3t0l'S. BRO. JOEL MATTHEW. English. Latin, C. Sviollre Sr. Sodallily junior B O Lu Hp' Q' llu C Rundezzm P L.Zuu'ul'e .. ,. I V J . - ,A.c:..fe11i..J.H0f"f!"?" T mggfrly- U- Hen el' -' , . , J, mm. we 1 I .R L , A. 0l'V'1'- - o- y, M lligan, I'- T01' RW- 5'1""h"g: W iii rfi.l,l:.T ll3fT':"L"'dri':nj' i3'e:fii7i,i' Killa" Figstlbisliiriintlllzietiiiliillfi.. Lawler.. . . 1. --son. . ' ' l , I y. I an- . 11 lleiirizzi. . A -1 ' J. lbhilffer, U. 'lrltl T Byrne, Blltkit! UH. DeRosa, . F Nldllurnon. , 1. Q -1 R. Fuvure-se.. . . V Q R. 5- .kl-111.111 jf-ll . J. Me-111613 - L :ii':."?lixii1l Ron, slundingrjil R.Nit.illiFLlllbl'1'- l'- J' 1 I Pr ' W Xyolf R Lung- " ' i L it lRon. stand- gam' ' I' ' ell. A. Lndoganu. 500091 Johnson. J- Ultlonn 36 QQ luuior Q? lo 40 19 r?i'fx 904 , ,P 1 I li Henry, Ps. Back Rem-JR. l'.ipriuno. H. l,l'0l0lhlYil'h. T. ru . N'Vaxx'halrz. E. M1-Uxxixw-. J. Fox. F. Tnrrin. 3rd Row -fl.. Romano. A. Lur Q . . . L. lfurlin. E. Mullnxrkey. J. King. D. t1llllllil1ghLlIll. T. .'x1'ht'r1lll., J. Tnduru. 2nd Huw' J. Tuvulm-vi. J. Moran. li. 1.1-:meh-ld. F.. Deism-r, R. Uunlhe-r. 1. lhxrumv. L. Clifford H. NNhih-nmn. lf. l,un'i1um. lvl Rms---M. Pusco. U. l,ulmrulu. F. 1LLlSllLll'iH0, F. Luu dauliu. J. King. R. Cnrjuln. lf. Gnloila. BRO. DENKS YJCHARU. X Spanish, From Fombnu tml BaskelbnH Coach 1 om D lfllllyq, pl Pl ll0n i bludles .,, r puf2ff,,m1' "' H' ,P "uf 'Wu K mia-4' l1.K1mum'inn. . ' rm R Sidoli. Junior D Svale-d-D. Maher. J. Cunsvt, R. Conway. C. Nadell. J. Risi D H lm 2nd Row-D. O'Lc-ary, N. Pepe, R. Flynn F nessy. J. Chriwtensen .I S . . a y, E. Slavk. Y , . Allan, J. Collins, .I T Hen . . , . Qlevc-ns. 3rd Row J R l". Capalbo D Fol . . orvo, R. - . yan. L. Arlale A M . . ey. W. Krf.-ln F Do l Tvrvc-. D Burb 'cl . . . arvlliselli. T. Be ,, . ug1erly,F. Romer. J. ' ' ' v . Fl ge. WV. Slillvr. 1. J l A Carney, F. S' ' ' 0Rll6j. -ith Row 0lIlb01l. A. Napoli, W' ' acco. A. Masu-Ho. ll. -J. . Connelly, T. Svxlon, G. k- V- NUR World min 1:ENE1ur.'T . oryq Englixh Urganizaliofl lferiod 'I' BAPTIST, BRO- ROBERT ' e EUS' . , G eral Sclenc ' P ump semon I n Powerhouse lunlor E Front Row left to Tlglll .l Murrfn R Dlnelll E De lnnew P Murray V Qumtmo R Stnrace R Hlrrmg ton I Bon Ignore R QOQUIZJ 2nd Ross J Hlllon J lulew W AIQUIFIO W M44 m X Wood Munlz E Obonnell A Merkle J I xlhgm 3rd Row sl 10 510 omlx .l lg, llr I I Melu 1 Y Pull J Gorham ,l Campbell L Thorp R Mlstron l Ihlx 4th Row R Viatern .l Longxnotu R Mc uade D lllrlx l Dllmond R Monalmn J Nadell F Toman 1 mow ln th? F Dowling .l Haverly Absent I onnor - BRO. F . LIX, renrll. Mechanical Dmwin Poster Club g' HENRY FE ophomore A is Ol Y! Qu Cl OS Front left to rxght WI De-nmng YN Vlttmer J NI n glPl'l T bullnan A Tortorvlll lx loonex T Sp lrm 1n0 B Hulteln l Tell'lll.ln 2nd Rows left to right V Rafael Y DeWIoutl1 .l Moore M .llmeb P Alflerl L aw 5 otell: v Pl 'ird Row let right J Mm Nell J 'NI nnnmg J D00n'1n P Mtlxennn W Nlll5NPf'Il6W I Sehmde A Perri R Eberle Bark Rom left to right Vt Wolff M Murphy ,I Shea R Mnnt.1n.z J 11-.ldv R Clrulll J Meyer S Munsell E Mag: Ab enteen D Connor .I Fouguette S Morrl son F Shield b Rodriguez ophomore B F 'aa X0 K Il It R Clllllllfl R fl1p1770l.1 F f'agl1'1n0 J er lit'll R l1nn1 1 nrpc ll llllllllftl YN Tl10Hll M Qllllill A l 1l ll 'H 1 lllll Fgllil R Nlml 1rtl1w D He1l1 ith 011 l1.1n Znd Row A I 1L11r E Connelly K I'1n1 1110 R N131 R P1110 l B1rl11er1 Pugh 1 J MmN.1b0e Lerret N FllllD6l'l0 A Sposnx Q ROClFlflll61 I Blmrh lxrumr J 5ll.1ll1ll 111 J Buwr J Ifenwuk L bundlach held M Arza 3rd R011 K Truccolo R Becker T N K uln It 1 X ICTOR B30 11 nn XN Hp lnlsh N0 ophomore C is in QQ 'QA 1 Top Row., left to right-M llilliu ,I 1' R Moni . . . .oyne.R. Kelly F Breen E W . . gun, R. Tulxrimlv J Pu I 1 .l Cl . .. . . llnssie. W. Pfuml, H. . r nunn, R. Ruell. 3r1l Run-W. Beck. J. Hamusocky, . ezxson, .l. Sullivan, .l. Kelly. l". llufly, N. Kelly. l., Levin. R. DeLur'iu. W. Muri- ullo. 2nd RUWKR. Srivetli. S. Truim. l.. Ihnppielln. J. Ceruci. S. Merle, ll. Wurlr R. Freytag, A. llrf-her, A. lll'lgill'l'll. Front Ron-X ' ' J. Dunne. A. Uensvh - 1 zfrl. J. f..ulu, 'l. Olirien. M. lilo-rnun, , .l. ll.zynle-n. l,. liuird. l". Curuwllu. A. S:-uringi. f BRO. W 1 1 .NEDICT World Hibtory, Latin I WILI lA'Vl BF Q 'IR RENLE 0 EDWARD nw BR Amenrm HNOTW I Fomm ophomore D '99 in g.. Cs 01 Row 14-f 0 rightd . SR-I " E. Morgan. . e 6- ' ' H. Nic 015. . ' im D K-nl .nun -. .511 1 . , . . '-lu. . ' " . , 2' nl ' r- ..J'11e:. A . .' ring..le-aul. M. 51 alrozir. . v ry . 4-0 . . T D llluumo J. Lorug,.m. NX. Gro i. anne. W. y. . - 11 Us 44 A 11 nird Row-F. Cz u. J. Pnlumberi. I. Swtrifxe . Harp J. Marg.-an R. Wwgner. XV. Regan R. Ffnrelli J. l"zzurrn. F. Yenlurri. Bottom Row-F, Culaldo V. Apuzzu. S. Migliore. M. Tierney I . Viggiano J. Ceslone . " '. M' " bella. l..S1'ln-n'. ophomore E 'if Top Row left to Right P flnrke J Kerr ' FI J D151 I J Imnkhn R Homo I Mooney R Brooks Peloso E Ryan F Hynes K 1116110 .I Russo J 'W Pm ml 'U -ibruzese Sezled W Thompson I An no 2nd Row I Sweenev R Tlgue J Sim u I lenu U oberla T fendren R C Wentz! D S-lfkd W Obowd M OH h u aldropoh 1 Du I erlv T Bur g n L 5hdllbdZ18Il Y DlT0m8bS0 I Clarke ess B Calenda 3rd Ron A Thomopowlos R Hdrhhv 55 Freshman A v Ti Twp Iimx -J. II0lIl'Uy, X. I,l'0IllIllll. IIIIPIAIII, XY. NXVIIPILIII. J. Mm-Gill. WY. IIIcEvcIIy. J Ryan. N. I.usr'uilo, I'. M4'NuIty. S. NIRIKIRIIQ, J. Huff!!-tlvr. 3rd Row ---J. Lynch, J. Mulch ne-r. J. Ilnlluri. I". IVIVIQUIIIIAI. J. I..1n1Iu'usv. J. New-. J. Kle-in. X. Barts-Is. P. 0'Ker-Iv Llml Nun Ii. IliNn-glio, H. MigIm'4'in. J. Mruzik. A, Muziln. II. Pule-0, I". IILIIIIIIIPI' II. Millgnlla-, I'. Siriuni, J. I'1u'v. Ii. I,lIIIl'I1'I'III4l. NI. IIa-I'4-lrillu. Ifrnnt Num --ll. CUIIQII lin. Il, Iivgun. I'. Vox. I". I.:1II1l-fo. I". liruppmw. .J. Ilnlm. II. Ih-.Mage-Iis, J. Cole-nmn MBRKEL- DANIIAN , 1 , f - BRO' Ao.-inI Sludufs. ILIHWII IIVKIIIII' ' V-I rn NYY MPI I '3 a "--4, Freshman C BRO. STANISLAUS KQSTKA Biologik Health , J Walsh R Warnken, J. Cozza, Bark Row. left to right-P. Yitere. P. Cunningham, . . . R. Boyle. G. Goelschalchx. J. Burgos, J. Vfut-her. R. Blagar, M. Connors, D. Sweeney, J. Zipparo. R. Hahn. Middle Rowf-D. Johnson. J. Abruzese. A. Schwinn, R. Pas- quariello. J. Shea. . Slater. l.. Filardi. T. Cartier, R. Elmo. J. Kelly, J. Partidas. G Geist. Front Ron-R. Garolalo. G. Haggerty, J. Antenucci, P. Conway, V. Conlorti ' ' ' R".',o. P. MvNally. H. Moody. b. Rodriguez. J. III Aquarium study .xQ -px E 'wa P' ...M ..M.,,.., Freshman D BRO. WILLIAM JAMES Social Studies' English I Top Row. left to right W C' - . .elli, C. Dil'i:1zzn. Wf. Mum-hurio, P. Pnggi. R. Fortunulo, A. Claps. F. Esser. R. Crolty. R. Liltlejulln. W. Sa-olt. 2nd Row clown 9 I Burke, P. Engle-drum, E. Moneo G lVlvN1ll R Cali .l Cl lx F -.. Iallo, R. , . . 1 y, . Soninski. J. Nikolai. A. Fonzu. M. , . nr'e-, . Duvley. 3rd Row down-A. Auellu. R. Salvatore. J. Wexlvr. J. Wil:-ox. R. Re-nm-tl. W. Duffy. F. Principe, J. Thomas. J. F ' ' ' llolizzi. R. Wrwl. H. Terrell. U. S1 l P. O'lJ errarl. lfrom Row A 1 un nn. R. Murphy. M. U ' onnell. Alm-nl: .l. Es: Jppi, J. Pau-kes, A. Punzio, wer. Q C li faq! 64 ...P II! BRO PATRICK MARTINX Elemenurw Algebra GENCY' suence French I X lxruw Morn c-1 lx Bl'-.ll R Alnle H Folk I 0Br1en G ODonnell I Dolan J Rf-gnanle K L bmo .l Ryan Sealed R Kelly W Top R011 V1 Crmlex V1 Munn l Hlglll 3rd Rom R Honey V N111 on u r R Nl 11 R Wnr hullz ,l Llll'llIl'llIlgb T Barry R lJeN1cco J Banlz E XXIHFOXS T Wl1lone1 H llmsler 11e1 D Npmolx ,l Quxnn P Conway n l' 11 1 ' 1r1 I0 1 1 1n n on 1 Oxtlll 'N l lllllllfl Co Uv' 5? 60 Freshman lg, SKF 51116 is 19 I rdx A Gros 1 Ruff' BRO AQLINA9 RICHARD Y Us Nnnune Cheer legderq Genera Science M , U Biology Xmi 11 Ron R Fu: ,I Xmen If Dewmone D De'-Fusto J ueld D Buvklev I Fuerney A DelPlzz0 C oro I' Tomnmro E Fnhex J I' H R Tnlor f' lung D Ofonne-H R Rzgnone R Paznno E Rodrl IVIIIPFE Znd Rows B Plendu fulhln 41 h Ron R Ullerl F Haller H Rapp P Cam I ll rn I N I 1 v J R cr' I V or f on WI I un T f unnmg.,h.zm J Ylmmerman I x f nv IN I R F flukf' R Ste s :rl 3rd on 11110 T KH 1 Inn r is 4 u r P' Freshman F Freshman C ns IIPIIII 5 1 F T1 ll T W1 I RllrIlblSQ A Jrwhl 3rd Row K Both F Franro R I0 P Mlf0llH9 Y N111 IIICW Tt'Nllll T Ilwll R klUllI1kl H lxennedv R btewarl illlglll C FL ll Toner time K Eucwb I h lx 110003 lu EHS V ihvnxvlgudeni Counul N1 1 l R1 '-A. 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' I 1' -' 1 EICHTH CR DE 'git ' n ,F il ll ANTHONH Al TIERI DEINIS b0ElxENIE3 FR Q' JOSEPH CARTIER JOHN REHOE 'Nua- A FDW ARD DE f RANBY I Ol IN DFI N-U IO JOHN CI RR AN JOHN IXFI I X N THQNK A5 vi' A mill' 'Q YNTHONX QNERRE IHARI Es I I XRIGLIA 68 WPRNER KOHIER Q ' Q Q 1 ' fl il ia' , I X L slr ? 13 , ik. k 'xx' - 5:33 N 4 +'f . i ,wx qi NQL ' ' N" ff J! X 47 F' 'sk Q' ik A 'Q I F' -, 5' an . - V ' 5. A JN , - l GRAD ATE XNIIRI-NK I N NK I ROBERT MEX FRS XFHII LE IFONE ,IV FIJW XRD NECRSNIITH THEODORE MARCELLA PETER MENGRONE THOMAS PIZZO VINCENT MERCIIRIO 69 OTTO WOLF J ANII- N ROSS 1 KENNETH 'NILCAHREN 'VI ITTHI-.YY RONSI IOHN N INT A .IA Y STOEFFEL 1 JOHN WILDE ' i EVE TH GRADE- iludeb iker Sem-ond Row: Sitting. lell lo right: P. Boulud, R. 0'Neill, C. Reuben, T. Hogan. F. . a . . . Y. McGuire, B. Ahern, J. Dowling, T. Barrel, B. Davies. B. lfux. Top Row: J. Walsh, R ' 9 Heller, A. Alizo, W. Hammond, A. Mira. Lulegano. b. Perez. . . ,QA-o--, -0 , BRO. JOHN ALEXIUS rr ,iff S H by R fl ,gm 0 dh Bollom Row: D. O'Leary. R. LuMorre. M. Rohan, J. Pivvhione. 1. Indrieri, R. Fereday. Sei-ond Row: W. Schubert. A. Muiielo, B. Amodio, F. Defilippo, P. Fugazzi, R. DeCarlo, R. Buckingham, J. LaFucci. Third Row: R. Metakes, P. Boltino, S. Nacierio, C. Madden, C. Kownl. H. Mists, J. Matranga, 1. Cameron. Top Row: D. Curgiulo. P. Imbres, P. McMahon, W. Moscurelli. J. Garvey, R. Trischettu, A. Nielson, J. Cameron. BRO KEVIN JUSTIN remarvo A Bausch. R. Slanvarage, Belnev Semnd Row J larey K lvgorburus, M. Nolan, J. A1kerly J Mlf0TmlCk J Reilly W l,lfl'l0dlf'd l' Rl5llIllI Third Row: R. Malberger W lerez I Lnmpbell M lsr lx Taranlo P Casagrande, W. lruenntrasa B Davis Fourth Row J llarkes I Aulormo, F. Korysash. R Gauthier R Mounbell L lannone- I Orlando J Reds BRO FRANCIS BERNARD IlfllllllllillllilliiSIIIIU um., . f BRO PRAWL I5 GERARD FO RTH GRADE Q5 we' .Q db LS X QQ 5llllI'lg left to nght H Morelll R Marnom .l Murlelhro A Dell: Nenen Second Row J Naporkowakl A lurbw C Mallets .I Perle.: ,l Muller Third Row E bmlxluter l F.1rrar'1 R Helmond S P0llLZl T Orr E lu nu M Perri lourth Ron W lie-bert A funn R Shell A L-.nrua P Groban A Pnrenle J Mmbovern P Derrno 2 ' 5 - . A IQ ' N .Q mf' I kk . I A..,",' 'ff E ' "'N0'w5Lf:.-as-A ' i' , A . E X l , . ,' I -. Q I . v J ' o a , A . . X +-.- nn V - - L , I. ,- .- "ff, ' , ' 'J L S 1 ef' as 4 ii v "f2Tf5'-nag U k.. . Q . : - .- . 1 .E ., l A . A. . - .' K.. va . A ' H", j, . Q, . ', . ' . ' ': . 1. ' . . ,.'. "', . . .lsa', . ': '. '. ' . l' '-', . l "l, . ' , . 'l , . 5 G' . I lpilll!li!l!ii!!ii:sls:s1.a:: E -was-45 H1 nn- THIRD GRADE i- blltllll, left to right: S. Huuber. J. l"uIlini NI Dllm 1' T L N BRO. LEO Josrzvn , . . 1: . .. uv rr. .'m'0nd Kms: Wf l'e-pe. H. Jullmon. R. Lung, P Fino P 'Hun Q-ll Thi I R ' . . . . . g 0. rt ms: J. ifcrurd, Y. I,t'LUl'iLI, B. Brad-hams, U. Rum-he-r. J. Hulse. C. Kuyunjiun. P. Bednrd. Fourth Kms: R. Url Giudivr-. I". l"udnr. R. Murlilwz, Y, Ara-nu. G. Geruve. E. Follini. G. XugunoH. ECO D GRADE e no Q on-V1 -vw 91 as "' ,- 45 as if ' ll D Kmnl X Fm-rr'nr'n G With:-rs, J. Nupo I-'ir5tR1m.leftmrngn : . 1 a . f. . .. . N ' ' - ' ' Nl' ff I.. lic-csey. Y. Costa. J. Mutyslik. Third Ham: V5 . hmm-1. J. P.1lmlerl. N . . .1 uul ' ' x R. Surno, H. Dupree. Run: B. McKenzie, B. Emunuele, J. Hunnmg. H. breem. '55-vc:-P S Nunn., BRO. TIMUTHY MARK rkowski. Middle' F R T GRADE -'aa' JB QB if Q' It Ira! Ron left torlght Anthony Re-dt kenneth Murphy IN I I P n no 1 revltl Sc-fond Row John l,lt'f7 Peter Milo bregorw Broedel Rulxlrd I lpnnc ltul Ion z fregorv favmo Standing VIIIIHHI Donato Fdn nd Boltnno Tll1JHllS Henderson Albert Broun Edw :rd br R .Munn uber! Inlbreb , I XG pg,v-- 77 BRO. AMBROSE 5. E J X4 . r , 1 ,f.w3S,!3 Q 2' A .1 ,sf v -s-.- ,, . s ,4- ,,, - rr E if if ' I NC A 'I- A". ' . .I gl 1 "' I ff. " 2 , A V . . - "TT, YW . 1 xp, K lg, W Q30 :.z- , 1 X 'S f 5' , 1 is 2 . .- ,R -5.1 2 .. , , -4., -,..o+.,,,.. ' Ie? 54 AMF- .. , 1.17: -4 'v 1 in---' an v f, le."3."3 ' . 2 g,'! tfwi D ' l A ' A ix nfl it Q pb gl Q! 1 Qi x i. ,., ........ , -.nn f-nl--M N V- A'- 3 11982 .L uf. A, Ei ff! 4 ,MJ I 2 FIR ECTIO KNQX Bottom Row, left to right: I. Esposito, J. Fnuquette, H. McGuire, D. Hnlmy, W. Balch, J. Todaro, J. Judge, F. DeRosa, J. Rodriguez, E. Darragh. Second Row: W. Tarello, R. Varasano, P. McKenna, H. Drazenovich, P. Sweeney, J. Mooney, R. Cipriano, F. DiSanza, F. Caravella. Third Row: J. O'Rourke, P. Clarke, R. Seh, J. Kelly, B. Car ruthers F Schwartz, T. Middlemiss, J. Campbell, T. Krawiec, P. Ariola, J. Suits M h n L. Jordan Fourth Row: C. Comerford, R. Boyle, J. Tyree, A. Napoli, R. ona a , 1. Stearns, L. DeFrancisci, I. Fox, C. Rugen, E. Long. BRO. PAUL FELIX Prefect ' BOIl0m: P. Gaffney, M. Valdespino, R, Catherman' V' Filibeflw M. Spaozic. Second Row: R. May, C. Diebold, T, Donnellya J. Folks, Connor. 9 ECO ECTIO ef..-xff -A Nhff ,- Bottom Row, left to right: F. Villano, R. Puelo, W. Duffy, A. Pollizzi, F. Gauthier, P Conway F DeSi L ' E. Walker. becond Row: J. Devine . , . mone, . Spagnola, R. Kelly, , R. Wagner, P. O'Keefe, J. Blancllfield, J. Sim L Ward, J. Morganroth, S. DiPietro, Schenk, .l. Clarke, J. Wucher, T. Rodriguez, V. Filiberto, J. Hays, Fourth Row: W. Whelan, W. Mar- Henery, H. Rapp. D. Connor, A. nlon. E. Moneo, A. Cortez, R. Clifford. Third Row: L. Kearns, R. LaScala, R. Sowinski, J. Partidus, E. W. McGinley, R. Pezzino, A. Palmer, E. Carofalo. tens, D. Reilly, F. Duffy, H. Sessa, Diebold, W. Del Pizzo, M. Springsteud, Sparozic, 1. Boyle, D. Sea BRO. VICTOR EUGENE Prefect 81 R51 5 'CQ 01 L' 6 651 g,-31-Hy' ' 'ln-sf' 91.91142 g flf Q3 ANClS DW ARD FR BRO' E i ct THIRD ECTIO T ftiwl f M i?g Lf.: N I ne. N. Manning. .l F rrel F Studerbaker, B. Fox, . .a First Row, left to right: D. Guerra, . a , . R. Keane, M. Mastrangelo, F. Filimio, J. Crumley. Second Row: J. Wulsll, W. Hammond, B. Davies, P. Boulard. R. Gauthier, N. Lewis, M. Constantino, C. Reuber, R. 0'Neill, J. Varjan, T. Hogan, F. Houpash. Third Row: J. Garagan, K. Zurn, J. Lo Piccolo, J. Farlow, G. Ristofl, ' ' ll N. Orlando, Y. McGuire A. Mira, A. Sim, R. Taranto, R. Latlgano, G. Perez, W. Carro , Fourth Row: S. Heller, A. Alizo, P. Ahearns, G. Partidas, J. Lynch, D. Tufaro, P. Conya A. Alizo, D. Ambrose, T. Clare, B. Ahearns, 1. Dowling. 82 1 BRO. A FOURTH ECTIO . A' 5 Top Row, lefl lo right: W. Perez, J. Ackerly, V. Arena, A. Parenle, R. Maunsell, L. Antorino A. Conti, J. Charles, W. 0'Connor, P. Grosser, N. Orlando, R. Martinez, K. Tarnnlo, J McCormick. Second Row: A. Bausch, W. Dimodica, 1. Carey, T. Buckley, D. Belsey, G. Legorburo, R. Halmond, 1. Reilly, C. Kocher, P. Casagrande, T. Orr, A. Garcia, J. Reda. Third Row: C. Mellary, C. Withers, R. Del Cuidice, H. Johnson, R. Lang, R. Green, R. Mnriconi, 1. Hanning, W. Bebert, J. Perlea, M. Cyr, S. Polizzi. Bottom Row: P. Gomez, A. Redu, C. Broedel, W. Gomez, J. Matystik, L. Becsey, M. T k uc er, M. Dolan, K. Murphy, R. Capone.- 83 Prefecg ARD "The Rosary was given as by Mary to make ever more virill. through lov- ing meflitation. the au- tltentir portrait of Jesus painted by the Holy Ghost. l"amiliarizing men with the Beauty of His Face, it makes their love for Him grow stead- ily' until it becomes the dominating prirlviple of their livesf, Rev. T. Sl'llYV6I'Illl'l'. 0.P. K- rn ' if H' 'LK - . ' rLiYkI,- ,K W, L f ' ' 'I 'haiizifmt nh-. ?fJ'1:4JFi A q.m4..ffE1vQn:.n.:- .' ' MARY. THE OIF!-TN OF THF MOINT CWMMMNMMM, ' 1 Q I Trumpets Suxaphones M.S.M. Band in M-formation hens een the lmlvvs of a football game. Clarinets THE BAND NB" FLAT CLARINETS: William Mancuso, John O'Connell, Francis McClarnon, Leo Fortin, Patrick Barbieri, Erwin Deiser, Lawrence Riccio, Michael Constantino, Francis Tucci, Donald DeCarlo. SAXO- PHONES: Richard Colonel, Robert Monahan, Ron- ald Montana, John Cozzi. Frank Allen, Thomas O'Reilly, Donald Sarka, Joseph Gleason, Michael Tierney, Thomas DeAngeles, John Franklin, John Conroy, James Davison, Rodney Puleo. TENOH SAXOPHONES: lfrederick Lexius, Jerry Carbonc, Lonny' Schenck. RARITONE SAX: Robert Mona- han. BASS CLARINET: Ronald Montana. TRLM- PETS: John Oilieilly, Donald Henley, Patrick Mur- ray, Enrico Carofalo, Donald Halmy, Joseph Nista, Thomas Sparacino, Malcohn Denning, John Porco, Louis Satriale, Charles Damiano, Joseph Ceraci, Francis McConnell, Claude Pulicicchio, Thomas Clare, Robert Chylak, Cullen Madden. TROM- BONES: Carmine Gregnano, John Scott-Monck, Herbert Whiteman, John Palumberi, James Moore. Otto Wolfe. FRENCH HORN: Brian Hickey. MEL- LOPHONE: James Cameron. OBE: William Man- cuso. BARITONE HORNS: Joseph Pizzuro, Alfred Tortorelli. BASS HURNS: John Stephens, Charles Coekemeyer, John Wilde. STRING BASSES: Robert Gunther, Adolf Dreher. TYMPANI: James Ante- nucei. SNARE DRUMS: John Burns, Edward Mooney, John Dunne, James Duggan, Anthony Ciordani, Edward Clarke, Martin Slavin. BASS DRUM: John Sullivan. CYMBALS, TAMBOUR- INES: Robert Stewart, Joseph Garvey. VIBRA- PHONE: Anthony Carella. BELLS, TEMPLE- BLOCKS: Joseph Abruzese, Anthony Crossi PIANO, ORGAN: Anthony Carella. TWIRLERS' Anthony Carella. Robert Pezzino. Brian Ahearn RAND MANAGER: Wlilliam Mancuso. ASSIST- ANT MODERATOR: Patrick Cunningham. - it f A 2 .lg li? ' i-1" b'. 5 Tnirler Anthony Carella Dr. Reuther, Director of Band. 2 as ,, If Awww., Cgberon C M WR . . ver llI'1'. ,, , ,,,. 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F., WEEKLY CELL MEETINC Bro Patrick Martm moderator of Frosh Sod lllty Freshman Prohatlon odahty The 1952 53 body of Frosh Sodallsts num her fifty three and are earnestly devoted to thelr ueen the Blessed Vxrgln Then llffd tfalllllflg of one year probatxon developes them lnto splendld leaders for Mary s SCFVICC In the words of Pope Plus XII that 90 d3.1lStS are the vlslble hands of Mary on earth our Frosh Sodallsts have heartlly pledged to accompllsh the plans of Mary RC21IlZ1I1g that they are but lnstruments 1n the hands of a most graclous and all power ful Artlst, thxs generous embryo should UIVC hlrth to Marlan Apostles of Cathollc ACIIOII CLASS REPRESENTATIYEQ lStandlng R Regazzl R Clifford D Sweenu H Bowler R Ragnone Seated A Adlerna J Ryan SODALITY OFFICERS F Weaver M Connors .I Bantz .I Cozza I F-Y' Skllll odality of the Blessed Virgin All true Mounties cherish the Queen of the Mount. Some among them, however, wish to show her more honor, special service, greater love. These group themselves together and strive to become her special companions for that is what a Sodalist is-a "Companion of Maryf, The external activity of this hand of zealous Mounties, the Thanksgiving Food Drive, Month of May Devotions, and other activities of like nature, though most apparent, do not paint a complete picture of a Sodalist. A True Sodalist endeavors to grow interiorly toward God, through Mary. This interior Senior Officers of the Sodality. spirit, the core, the very life of all other activ- ity is essential to the Sodality Way of Life. Combined, the interior stature and external activity lead the Sodalists of the Mount to the fruition of their ideal-union with Jesus and with His Mother, the Queen of the lVIount. Senior and Junior Class representatives of Sodality. Discussion at a weekly Cell meeting, Bro. Joel Matthew Moderator of Sodaility. Q 'Z' .f3Ck'?i ' Q70 ww 0 Ev at J' 3 V :- nag pm' 3 '34 Y ? 0 X 'Q 1 .l W1 5 I S 12 x "' y 'l 1 ap Rig, 71 xg? 1 f , 1 .V ww VIL 55 Spf 3, " It WH, Q 'U' If5lV'f'A 4 if I ,th .. -5 Ga "1',',uY X' Y . . e 5 1 3' 3 at V. 5 aff L W! 'I Pt Th Tower' BRO. KIERAN MARTIN Moderator Under a motto of "Print the news as the news occursw The Tower vaulted into the lime- light last fall by an unprecedented "Hyer" on the Student Council elections. As the ballots were cast, collected and counted during the morning, the editorial staff wrote frantically against the clock so that the student body re- ceived the results "hot off the pressesv at dis- missal time. From that very moment till the ninth and final issue reached the printers, the staff worked faithfully and incessantly to give to the students the quantity and quality of the best publications ever distributed at the Mount. The improved coverage and superior layout and appearance of this yearis Towers were due in no small part to the creation and en- deavors of the senior journalism class under the able direction of Moderator Brother Kier- nan Martin. From this foundation Editor Kevin Cahill was able to return to the students an unexcelled student paper. And because of his efforts and those of Sports Editor ,lean Suits, the highlight of the Mount journalistic year occurred when the nation,s leading judge of school publications, The Columbia Scholastic Press Association, presented two of their coveted Cold Medal awards to these men for "outstanding service to publicationf' On the shoulders of Jean Suits fell the task of writing, rewriting, deleting and supplement- ing all sports stories so that with the help of Eddy 0,Connor's statistics, the best athletic coverage ever was enjoyed this year by Mount readers. Frank LaPietra's "Tower Hall of Fame," Assistant Editor Joe Ryan's "LookoutH and ,lean Suits, 4'Sports Shotsf' all standard articles, were well written and therefore very well received. Cliff Mason added the needed luster and variety to each page of every issue by his photography and novelty colunms. As each issue went to press the devotedness of the staff did not flag but was rather intensi- fied. Since it is impossible to formulate, edit, layout and perform the many other tasks so necessary for any publication in a classroom, The Tower, this year was above all-an out- standing, very successful and most advantage- ous extra-curricular activity. Left to right: E. Darraghg J. Kennyg K. Cahill. editor- in-chiefg J. Suits, sports editorg B. Carruthers: R. Boyle: C. Markey lstandingi X952 Odobef 1 Z e Farewell Not Good'bY araCYed5tt, YK 1 was C fied H0 ha HE 'Elie MEMS' 1TH Bfoiher d for Eflrogepafifnenxcu, hx v ounce 3 . rauve , and a f ffgiff. ZW +C! 1 Oi arm mSY Q e5 me Mount, un me 232:36 of M2333 rw i Q . me 1 He re Q bp-1fM"" to fm- Y 'GV Class UM of P PRF and I truly In evin Cahill, editor-in-chlef f 42- W QXCO 1 'K lf' The Towe. 'olume XVI, No. 2 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Kevin Ca LSSISTANT EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR X Joseph R3 Jean S1 Tom Macl Norman Che John Clifford Frank '1e, R. Colonel, EI. Darragh, . J. Gannon E. O'Connor, nnell, V. eeney. F. 1 Martin, . he I . 3x0 1 QCC Ag '1 lx' C31PPerclasSmen K 7 1 I ' . I :,4,f,'f'r'f"" ' ' S o l .- l ss is s w ss 5 """' ' ' 1 1 'I , , 4, , f 1 il, 1 1,9 I ' 1 .vw- 1 901 5 me 4 1 'll ,- 0 1 1 QQ?" . . yew' "X X I I Q'lb'! . H xv M1 A X .,1,Q1! ' y X, xv? 5 onxvwmn 4 A K' 26.3 xl 05 xhe vt' Blu, Puhlwherl Seven lnmes :1 your by me sm-nu.-r Journalism Clase Mount Saint Mlchuel. 45500 Murdock Avenue, Bronx 66. New 2 Brother .-Xthunusnus Norbert. Prlnupal. Prxmed by Gram Printer: Sz Publlshe ' LIBRARY Bm Mlm m Nurln rl lxbrlrun belhnil- mb ' X I e on Ill bool, finding 1 tant lnbrnnn che-slung out book 1 3 Bro. Runluuld Hvnry. :Isis 1 ' 1 "a . - . ' 'SI Mountains-ers and hook-lube T 03 ik: X k gg ,,z -4 rf, K.. ,,, ,f FIT . J' Q1 C xi 4. dx kr. ,fi Cx-E Ckoadf .Lk L, as 1 --4.4-, .. X vow-r 114-aigln-ra 'Xin 3 . xi X " 5 x ff.-ff A . '? -71, R- ' ,.fI,x. , Y Q. , r' 25.131 x - ' 'f i'iTKx' X A 15 A xX"'X x X " 'Z 1 xx f ,- ! W llun Silva and Joe Ryan - 5 WEB 'L " ,QT fl Roving photographer Tom May Y CNN ana Bk I. y ml A wh-nl '5Xm'Xhx': Sum' 97 Bro. Rube-rl Ualptibt and Bro. Rivllalrd Anbelnl Bm- 4u,,.uv5 56 . l xuov xx S. C. Officers and Senior Representatives S. C. Junior, Sophomore and Frosh class representatives A weekly court l'00m scene 98 i 'Z' tudent Council 1953 The merits of the sixth edition of the Mountis Student Coun- cil are left to the discerning eye of the faculty and student body of this scholastic year. The members of the Council have at- tempted to fulfill the program proposed in the early days of October: "The aim of this ycar's Council is an increase of school spirit which will be achieved through the improvement of social functions, the financial support of extracurricular ac- tivities, the continuation of intramural basketball and the super- vision of student conductfl The social functions included the skating sessions which were strictly S.li.O. at the Mt. Vernon Skating Rink. The past basketball dances were again sponsored by the S. C. The Hayes hoopla and dance was well attended. This Council lent a finan- cial hand to the Forum by purchasing "0scarsi, for the intra- mural forensic endeavors and the annual Marist Speech Tourna- ment. The Tower staff was financially set during its exodus to the Columbia Press conference. The exacting detail of hall patrol was well handled by the Council with the weekly sessions of Student Court their proving point. Though time was often a disturbing factor the Council at- tempted to hold a social function at least once a month. Clanc- ing through the Council's activity calendar, we record the following highlights: Election Eve - Skating Party December 3 - lntramurals begin December 13 - Dance December 23 - Christmas dance Oscars presented by Student Council to winning teams and most valuable players of the Intramural Basketball games. January 3 - Basketball dance January 31 - Basketball dance February 14- - Valentine Dance - Crowning of the School's sweetheart February 16 iweek ofj Intramural championship game - All Star game February 23 fweek ofj Foul shooting contest March 16 - Skating party April - Easter Hop May 14- - Senior Prom To give credit to any member of this Council would be an injustice to the group. All the members carried their share of responsibility. The guiding hand behind the proper functioning of the group was the Council President, Bob Sch. His was not a very pleasant position, but he worked his group well in accomplishing the Councills four point program. His fellow officers: Vice president, James Cava- naughg Secretary, Thomas Mackey, and Treasurer, William Quattaro manifested admirable support throughout the year. The representative plan was again employed to the best interests of all the classes. A mention of the entire group is appro- priate: SENIORS: William Cargiulo, Jean Suits, Julius Prigioni, James 0,Brien, Julius Dell Monaco. JUNIORS: Richard Hertel, Hugh McGuire, Wil- liam Krebs, Gregory Carney. SOPHOMORES: Raymond Barry, Frank Cagli- ano, Richard Hayden. FRESHMEN: James Ryan, Robert Hahn, Gerard McNally, Peter Cameron, Charles Ward. S. C. Officers and Moderator Bro. Patrick Eugene Mol, fllaine ep, an d fri end- , s at slugging p Urtv, Respite during Yalentine Dance preparation F R Cathollc Forenslc League Tournament at St .Johns Wlllldm Whelan first ln oratorlcal Moderator Bro Edward Lawrence wlth team trophy LOUIS Zuccarello best Speaker ln Sw dent Congress Cathollc leadershlp through an eloquent lalty' 15 the motto and ralson d etre of the Cathollc For LIISIC League Reallllllq that competltlon 15 one of the keenest ffoads to 1nc1te the speaker to hls best efforts the league conducts tournaments ln every type of speech aCt1YllW Smce approxlmately thlrty fise schools send thelr best speakers the competltlon m each contest 1S extremely bltter So far thls year, the Mount speakers were fortunate enough to cap ture four first place trophles one ln oratorlcal, one m extempore speaklnff, one 1n the student congress, and one ln Freshman oratorlcal Among other spolls of uctory are three second place awards and several finahst trophles The departmg semors wlll leave a gap dlfficult to Hll Jean Suits has been most actlve ln lntramural work announcmv football games, and M Ceelng rallies He has also done excellent work IH the ex tc mp and debatmv fields Jlm Gllllck and Ed O Con nor teamed up for another year as a debatmg team howcvcr they failed to match thelr lmpresslve Jun lor record C-1ll1ck seems to have found hlmself ln the extemp llne ln hxs first CFL try he contrlbuted nme pomts to the team vlctory at Chamlnade Ben Carruthers who has been offered a part ln a Broad way play after he graduates, has confined hls ac lltlly thls year to dramatlcs ln the smgle contest so far he and hls partner, John Mallch, scored two firsts Blll Sweeney has teamed up wnth Carruthers to enact a scene from The Shrxke whlch wlll go lnto productlon at the Aprll 19th contest Norman Cherry tied for Hrst ln one Bronx extemp contest Among the Jumors Louls Yuccarello has added a spectacular serles of vlctorles to hls successful sophomore record So far, he has amassed no less than eleven trophles ln speech competltlon and should mcrease thls total before the end of the sea son He won the extempore contest at Chammade, and recened a trophy for best speaker among a hundred rcpresentatlves at a student congress at St Johns Hc acted as a chalrman IH the Dally Mirror Forum, appeared on the Tlmes Youth For um, and won the Bronx tllVlS10Il of the CYO speech contest James Cllllgan has dlstlngulshed hlmself In the oratorlcal field and should brlng home a prlze In one of the comlnff tourneys John Mallch s forte IS dramatlcs whlle Herbert Whlteman John bcottMonck Lrwm Delser and Lawrence Thorp are excellent extemp speakers Mo t of the Soph Forum members are debaters, all XlB1Ilg for a posltlon on the varslty next year George Mlrabella, Joseph D1sanza, Reardon Rhoett, and WVIHIHITI Wolff have shown unusual sk1ll Rlch ard lxellx Emll Ventur1n1, Joseph Plzzurro, John only recently taken up the art Richard Capozzola won the Sophomore lntra Mural contest and 15 cur rently preparmg a dramatlc sklt The Freshmen are undefeated ln two CFL and two Bronx tournaments WllllHIH Whelan won the first cxty contcst and Peter Slrlam placed fourth ln the other Cerry Cahlll won the Freshman lntra Mural award Lawrence Croehl IS the other member of the Bw Four Louis Fllardl and Albert Bartels are capable of pmch lllltlllg for any of the others The lllffhll ht of the season thus far was the CFL Orlfmal and Oratorlcal Tournament held here at the Mount The Wlount Mothers graclously prepared and served the luncheon An lmportant event 1n the near future 15 the Marlst Tournament, agaln we must express our gratltude to the Mothers Club for the beautlful rotatmf' trophy whlch they donated There are four contests remalnlng, chmaxed by the Grand Tournament on May 1 and 2 Fmallsts will be sent by the League to the Eastern Flnals at Pxttsburgh ' n n ' ' , g . . Z . , , sa ' ' ' 7 ' , , , , . l x . h , . . . . . , X i . . . J ' .U . . f ' . D T n n a 1 - . , . . v . . I . V . , T I 4 4 1 Cl I u J ' l 1 J 2 D n u I . . 5 V, Y. . . . 6, . ,, Y , 1 a Q 7 v 1 v n 1 l - . ,Q 'f , ' D " - ' " Porco, Mlchael Qumn, and Peter McKenna have . - , cc 71 ' I I l . . . . , V 1 F . . I D I u I a a . , , 0 5 5 , H . Q , V r y . ,, . ,, . . . ' - U . n n V A ' l .cy v ' P C ' I' I 66 ' 77 ' Y' GC , ' , . . . . ,, . u . . , 7 ' . . D I . sian? eg? ,-gg m Wm .X A A mx' Q' A' H51 3 9 A Q H 2, 3 3323! Q4 9 W 'Q' Y 43' H Q E: M x 'i First Row: W. Thompson. V. Ryan. J. Donovan, XY' Thommzl, F. Gzlglialno, R. Simloli. S. Cueririo. J. Mooney R. Cipriuno, T. Mackey. Second Ron: R. florkerill. XY Sweeney, T. Pngalni, A. Turrin. F. Turrin. J. Cremmins, J. Meyer, J. O'Connor. ll. Str-urns. Third Row: AI linll Assistant C01ll'll, E. Morgan, R. C2lilIOI'llIllll. J. Huw-rly J. liulnpbell. T. .xl'lltf5Oll. l'. llrirh. I.. l.e-vin. E. Magi, in , ,-. Q Q . K 1 J K A ,I XX .1 f" .5 5 'R' - . 4 J . "YH 2 J r . ' . f JQ if x -' -' i J 5' 1 .Qi ligne N Q, ,f, 1 -in ' I S. . , Xetlddb Our Uwe: J. Harden. S. Ynllender, Howie Smith, Couch. Fourth Row: W. Krebs. J. Pelofo. T. Kramiec, L. Gundlnch, M. Mur- phy. D. Murray. J. Fenwick. T. Snvvo. Wi. Cluvli. VY. Stiller. Fifth Row: E. Dowling, R. M1'Quzlde, J. Callluhnn, J. Esposito. J. M1-Cube. J. DelMonico. J. Cavunagh, Cap- luin. R. Xv0l'll2ll'Z. H. Slzliglll. Missing: Wv. Quarturo und l". Wien. M l .. . .inagcrb B. Seh and J. Cammy ?'3'l eip M' 'Gs' fx if .jiff- :D Q! k JK hifi K 1.1 fffjxe V. th., P . - fi., 's' ' ' W-'S 4 M H A .5'?"gf,L if 'X ie+f'vS-f, wmv 'ew .A , x ,ww 5,1 W f M gg'-' , MF 'XZ ,rI,.'f'V ,, 42' ff? ' 53 55? Z, ,1 A , If, J'-J V ig, , .. ,MMS , s g ft ,n "A- M , ., . 14?'jjf?ig. ws, Q. W wil N, ,5 77 21: H , .3 Q 4, H -I . , ,J-V 1 4 xsf-ggi? r , e vs: '72 max., ,f Exi- , + Y ., hr, W 4. 5 .. 'ig . l1l::,?2-- ,Nz ' , ,,, 1 xl "' S, na 1 19 if 35:31 , Lf. ff Q, . 32 A 'I P Mounties Nlp Evander Childs, Thomas Scores Lone T D llay111 thcn second ga1ne of the season thc Nlountles faced a somewhat spirited and soincwhat pass llllllded Ex ander eley e11 Some 4000 fans watched breathlessly llowic s boys wa ed a close game to the tune of six to 11oth111g Bill 'lhomma s 111ne ydlll scorln Qnd ru11 was the hlghll ht of thc ganic and cycntually proved to be the Nlllfllll tally The bII1l1lll11CIlS stron de fense and fast INOVIIID offense showed up 1 nthe stall tics The MOUIIT had 320 yards of w lllLll were 111ade 011 passes Smlthmen Drub Monroe 33-0 In Opener The Mounties inaugurated their 1952 football season with a bright note by trounc- in Monroe 38-0. Our gridsters spirited on by strong line play rolled up 390 yards to the oppositions 83. Being held to a 13-0 half time lead the Mounties went on a wild scoring spree at the expense of Monroe carrying the pigskin over four times ln the six touchdown route Mackey and Thom 111a each contributing two while surprise starter at fullback Ed Dowling and To111 Achcson each handed single tallles Mon roc won tl1e toss but the Mounties forwa1d wcll the 1113111 factor of the ganu stopped tlieni cold M S M 15 DeWitt Clinton 7 ln a hard fought LOIIICSI which had thc fans co11sta11tly o11 then fmt tl1c Mounties came out on top 111 thcn third dltll ht tilt 101 The Blue a11d bold ground attack once again prox ed fatal to another hopeful local eleven The odd tallying by the 'Nlount was lec by Tom Mackey who notchcd two T D s Thompson ba ed an extra pillllt and a toss ball lll the Clinton e11dzo11e gate the Mou11 ties two more points Althou h the Mount had slippery fingers Q5 fumblesl they man a ed to garner 210 yards rushing to the Red and Blacks 102 The Blue and Cold attack was boosted by an oyerwhelnnn 13 first flOWIlS The Coyernors 111a11a ed only Thc Mounts rout of Clinton roundcd out a perfect seaso11 under the li hts lNow the MOUIII s power w as to be show Il 111 day light U D Y, 7 5 . , , - 1 C . ' U ' . - 'J , - ' U 1, . . . , " cr f- U C ,A ' . . X 1 ' ' L- x - 3 , ' 1 1 . Q ' ' ' ' as IQ, , 0, , D - ' - ' U x ' 'of D ' D 1 U- 1 1 1 YE 7 ' o- ' 1 ' 7 cr - U ' ' D .- K, , rushing, while Evander had Ollly 94-sixty l . . . - l , . , . , . , , - ' " 'v. f ,Y 5 0' ' Y V Y ,' - A - Y u v r 1 ' , 355 I . ' Y ' - . v . U s I D U U ,-- W . D .1 7 u . A F , . , , . U 4 D . ' . ' . g ' O 5, ' I U. ' ' - 'fy . ' 1 . 7 - . , 'U . M.S.M. 18 - Fainfield 0 Mt. St. Michaelis stalwarts ripped through a highly touted Connecticut eleven to the tune of 18 to 0. Fairfield was unable to halt the powerful Mountxe ground attack on McGovern Field The three touchdown attack was led by Bill Thomma Bob Catherman and Jun O Connor The Mountaineers tallied one in the second period and two ln the fourth The Blue and Gold hit for a fifty per cent passing average to a meager twenty five per cent average for the Prep The victory boosted our season s total to four ln a row and gave us a 77 point total for four tilts The l'a1rfield encounter was the first day light game played in 52 and the MOUHIICS sparkled without the aid of arcll hts as well as they did in their previous tilts MS.. ow fn.. sb 4-tl" wdypt nw Jifshfznff' nur JW? im, Gaels Blanked 34 0 A grim faced football squad made their way to the Mount bench as 3000 fans sat huddled beneath great masses of stormy gray clouds at McGovern Field Having lost last weeks game to Memorlal the Mount had to win this one to keep its prestlge in the city standings It was only last year that All Hallows ln a similar position beat the Mount 40 and after that the Mountles dropped two in a row However this year the Mountles won 340 Bill Krebs the li htweight halfback who previously hadnt scored this season led the attack with three touchdowns I-all-I "'2""',."l' .-.ILA . Mountles Bow to Memorial, 33 7 Mt St Michael tumbled from the ranks mg at the hands of vaunted Memorial of of the unbeaten by virtue of a 33 7 thump West New York New Jersey at Roosevelt Stadium Capltallzlng on five 1ItlCI'CCpll0IlS the terrlble Tigers cut loose their great breakaway scatback B Koster for four touchdowns in a five touchdown scorlng spree The victory marked Memorial s thir ty first consecutive game wlthout defeat Once agaln Bill Thomma is the holder of the lone Mount tally Q1 .12 Coach Howie Smith at the Mumoth Rally before the Hayes game. . Q. .. L fi .. Ft . Q, vw fx- .aw-as sq' fi - .A-r 4, 2, , -. og J. Donovan ' WI I, 9 ' N . l J. Esposito Z. lf ' I I Jtw . , -' V AQ . 'L .Q , ,' x ' V J.C11llull:m .. F 'imqfp Y . , .1 Ii .V ff, AM" Q- v u V wf"f1'i:'fq'f' ., -'T If - M, , V. Ryan 1 X N W-f' Qeiiiff-.. ,of W ,, . ,1ff1,, W. Quattaro iff: 4- aw. -if 4-4, PHS' 'L , J. Cavanaugh, capt. and D, Stearns 1' if , va 3 , . I Y r Q-v y. ,126 2 W S. allender YV. Thomma ' 9' u. -3 . W. if s. V 'A' QQ, .ss Cioclzerili K, fu- My 4.2-,r 655. FQQQ. A-1 t 34 Nr.- , af-' N .fv- F. Wiest Assistant Coach Al Kull, Moderator Bro. Patrick Eugene and Conch Howie Smith, M.S.M. strategists JU 3 1 A .,. .nf ,4 'S ,gf 2:N!V"H'i!l mit Fordham Flayed, 39 7 Mt St Michael ended its home football season at McGovern Field on November 9 with a sparkling 39 7 victory over the Rams of Fordham Prep The Hamlets started the scoring but the Mountles roared back and piled up their highest score of the cam palgn Halfback Tom Mackey paced the Mounties by tallying three times Irank WlCSt Jim 0 Connor and Bob Catherman adding the other touchdowns Mountles Wallop Crusaders, 'NGO' h-un, NW has-an-Q OW-P9 280 Sweeping to their seventh and most ther ished victory of the year a steadily n proving Mt St Michael eleven soared to new heights in the high school football world completely blanketm Archbishop Steplnac 28 0 before a stunned losers crowd of 8000 at Stepmacs Memorial Field November 16 Displaying a powerful defense a quartet of Mountie lmemen Bill Stiller Jules DelMonaco ,llm O Connor and Armand Turrln completely bottled p Stepinacs ballyhooed backs humbling the hkes of Chiera and Heftl constituting the major reason for the Steplnac tragedy Bill Krebs fleet footed junior notched his fourth and fifth T Ds of the year to pace the Mounts smoothly grinding offen sive unit B111 Thomma and Bob McQuade scored smgletons Smlthmen Deadlock Cardinals, 6 6 On this tenth anniversary of the Mount Hayes Thanksgiving Day rivalry lt was only fitting that these two teams should come up against each other for the City championship Both teams entered the game with high spirits and confident hopes Hou ever neither team was to be demed as the final score of this thrilling Turkey Bowl classic wound up in a tie 6-6 thus makin the schools co-champs of the City of New York. Bill Quattaro and Bill Krebs led the Mount in their ground attack. Quattaro romped his way through Hayes for 40 yards and the only Mount score. This is the third tie in the ten years of rivalry with Mount holding a slight edge in victories 4-3. FRO FOOTB LL Front: G. O'Donnell, C. Ward, G. Schofield, C. Damiano, R. Clifford, E. VVinrow, A. Seckler N. Cinliano, H. Bowler, W. Mercurio, F. Hagan. Middle: Bro. Denis Richard, coach, R. Ragnone J. Harrington, R. Regazzi, J. Morrissey, F. Weaver, A. Perri, C. McMahon, P. McNulty, K. Both P. Paggi, P. Vitere, W. Martens, M. Connors, R. Warnken, J. Gleason, D. Sweeney, J. Shields Back Row: R. Blagar, J. McGill, J. Cozza, J. Burgos, P. Mita, R. Crotty, R. Kaminski, R Johnson. MT. ST. MICHAEL OPPOSITION 0 Chaminade ............ .... .. 6 7 Holy Family .......-,.. 0 7 Riverdale J.V............. 20 7 Chaminade ......... ..,. ..... 12 20 Scrimmage I .......... 6 -6 Scrimmage lI..........,. 12 'l'l'l BASKETBALL :se-37 53-55 57-55 43.56 49.59 47.42 43-35 55.35 3.1.46 43-57 36-47 45-65 , 47-54 so 57 VARSITY RECORD l lavcrslraw ............... ...... ....... .... . . . .. Hayes ..... Rice ...... Stepinac.. . La Salle ...................... Fordham Prep ......... Manliattan Prep ...... Sl. Maryis ................ Power ......... All Hallows .. Xavier ......... ..... St. Annis .................. Brooklyn Prep ........ Tulenline .............. Alumni ............................................. .... . . 60-44 46-62 56-60 46-44 37-53 37-36 38-44 45-41 55-64 34-58 52-71 54-70 61-47 27 40 WESTCHESTER TOURNAMENT 56 Blessed Sacrament ........................... 75 Iona Prep ......................... 50 Slepinac ........... Murlsey jumping and 0ADunnell Wklldlillg. First Run: ll. Reilly. Mgr.. H. Meliuire. Mgr.. R. Cipolli. J. Perrutli. S. Uuereio. E. Melluire Slunding: Mr. Mulvillill. COIIFII, J. Oilirien. J. Meliube. G. Mnrkey. WV. O'Donnell. U. Peterson H. Breen. E. Ruhe, J. Hessinius. 48 59 73 ,-Xftt-1' a long anal ruggm-tl svasonr thc- Mount vagv squall of 1952-33 glailly ist-lvoim-5 tht- 1-ntl of xx hat might he Valli-ml a "try ing campaign." 'lihis was ilu-finite-ly not tht- Nlountis yvar. Finishing tht- season slightly unch-r the- .500 inarlt. tht- tt-ani 1-m'ountc'rml a tt-st of viitlurarlu- in vavh of its lXSt'lllf-Plglll gainvs. Ont- ol tht- pi'im'1pal rvasons lor tht- Illt'tllUl'l'l' si-ason was rlur- to tht- fit-Irv 1-ompc-tition nil-t with in tht- llixision l of tht- C.ll.5.,'X.,-X. l'4-rt-nnial rliainpionsliip tm-ann likt- l,a Sallt-. All llallows. St. Ainiis antl lloxwr Mt-morial nm-rv juwt loo inuvh to vopi- with. llowt-u'i'. although tht- ti-ain viiif-rgvrl lroin llilglllt' play with a pitiful 2-1-1 rw'- orcl. ii:-u'r'tln-lc-ss it was alvli- to mlvriu- sonic- comfort from thf' favt that no opponent me-r loolu-ml upon the Mount game as a Hbreatht-r." Of m-cc-ssity. tht- nlvlilwrate-. possf-ssion-ty pe of play used all season hacl to lu-vp all opponc-nts 1-onstantly on their toes. ln non-le-aguv vompe-tilion. lioxwwr. the results we-rv much morn- gratifying. Playing suvh oppom-nts as Manhattan Prep. Brooklyn l'I'cAp. llavc-rstrais ancl lfortlham Prvp. tht- Mountivs wein- alfle to unn- pill- a notalilt- 'J-fi rc-c-ortl. More-ox:-r. they vapturs-cl tht- coveted Ford- ham l'rvp trophy. prvsi-nt:-tl for tht- first tiinv on a rotational liasis as an annual fx-aturv of tht- lfortlhain l'iillllt'I' anrl Son night. ln tht- post-se-ason play ol tht- W1-stchestf-r 'l'ournamc'nt. the Coltl antl lilut' took iictorit-s from lil:-sat-tl Sacrainc-nt ancl lona Prop. hut w1'l'1'1l1'lit'1lIt'tl in thc' hnal gainx- ln an f-xwptioiially Nhotii Archlrishop Stvpinam' tt-ani. This is tht- thirtl r'oi1sv1'utiw' if-ar that Stvpinac has won tht- playolis in tht- filasw :X llivision . . . in vach case: lvaiing tht- Mountit-s with u sn-1-oml plat-v trophy. So. all in all. no rlow tht- 1032-355 haslic-tlmall season with a niixturm' ol 1-motion. Vik-'uf hail our Sharm' of thrills ancl tlisappointnwnts. of triumphs antl ln'artlrrt-alxs. 'liruez wt- tlo not rvgrvt tht- volnparatiw-ly pool' rc-vorcl llfi-1133. lvut yt-t iw ilo mlvrive a vvrtain amount of satis- faction in knowing that in me-ry game this yvar's squarl. from ln'- ginning to 4-ml. gave s-wrything tht-5 had. Anil what Q-lse can vou ask from any tvain? Fir-I lion: XY. Duffy. P. Sweeney. R. Parris. M. Spring- ftvtl, R. Barry, F. Caravella. Sci-ond Row: R. Savarvsv, R. lfazio. J. tlasbidp. E. Bree. 1. Carroll. w'.0ilJ1lIlllQ'll outjumping the-nl all. 1 xx larlwy, tloarh Nluliihill. raptain fyllllllllff o'nv"' . . -NAU .n lf ' 11 . .J- lm-xxK"w JC Working for a good sh0lxPe1-rotti 114 - 5 005 riou gy Pele wo' of Big Iuvk Breen, Markey. works th e pivot A. wen, .yuC.t,' ,I , ' . X 1 N ' 'Q As NYM I , ' fd Q' .ff f i' xx fx' M 55, Y' lg is my All xl! 3.0 ix QQ' M ZZ 6 x N Lx.. ' 4 ' U 1 QF ' A - .S I .5 K-.' 'S-F Q, ,gg --as gi 1 f 69 D 3-33 i3-36 36-40 30-36 58-60 30-43 16-36 34-41 33-37 27-28 34-42 64-63 IUNIORV I Ilaverstraw Hayes ........ Rice ........... Stepinac ....... La Salle .................. Furclham Prep Manhattan Prep bt. Ann S ............... bt. Mary s ............ Power ......... .......... . . All Hallmvs ...................................... ........... bt. Peters Prep tjersexi ...... ...... 40-36 18-37 28-36 41-36 32-26 30-48 31-39 38-45 51-45 30-24 35-44 39-48 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Ps"'."',f+ In Front: Howard Kennedy. Standing. left to right: John Dolan, Gerald Reidy Robert Ragnone Thomas Fish. Riclmrd Ahele, Williaun Crawley, James Ryan. lfrancis Dooley Robert Power Gerard O'Donnell. John Bantz. LEAGUE SCORES . Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael Good Counsel Manhattan ............... Tolentine ......... Hayes ........................... All Hallows Holy Family Good Counsel Manhattan ............... Hayes ......... Tolentinc ......... All Hallows lloly League Gaines: 12 League Record: 10-2 League Standing: Second Total Games: 26 Season Record: 21-5 Total Points: 1-131 Opp. Total Points: 995 Mount Average: 55.1 Opp. Average: 323.2 XIV Junior Division All Stars . . mes! F001 sh00"'tg L0 I TRAMURAL Following in the shadow of varsity hasketlrall, the annual pageantry of in- tramural basketball once again occupied the interests of the entire student lmody. As in past years, the traditional tourna- ment was under the auspices of the Stu- dent Council and the games were ollici- ated by faculty members. All victors in the various leagues posted spotless win- ning records, lead hy 4D who once again copped the school crown. The winners of each division were as follows: Senior D, junior D, Sophomore li. and liresh- man D. The scoring title, a hotly contested held. was finally awarded to lxaminski of lfl, who attained a twenty-one point axerage lmy dunking 103 points in tive games. Close, in hot pursuit. was llenry lloer of 1-lf who achiex ed an 113.3 awr- age lay amassing seventy-three points in four games. Vinnie Dalton. captain ol the championship 4D team, swished sexenty-one points through the cords for a 17.8 average. Leader of the Junior di- vision was Acquario of 3E who oli- tained a seventeen point average through the accumulation of Oli points. DiDio of 2C was Sophomore divisional leader with an eighteen point average and a T2 point total. As much a custom as the entire affair is the much awaited selection of the All- Star teams. League "A", comprised ol Seniors and Juniors, had for its coach. Brother Terence and its starting lineup Most valuable players. llllLlI'it'h llofsaes, Yineent Dalton L ASKETB LL reud as follows: Dalton. -HJ tfiaptziinl. cittllll'I'lIIilll. fill. llitl-Vlllllilllll. liaxnro, el.-X. Uunwet. Jill. llannnill. -LN. .N in-Il I'l'lPl'l'5t'ltll'1l reserve list was filled hy llHl'l' -Ili. lfr'l1i1iitlt.f1l3, llofsaes. PIIJ. Vul- despino. KC. Aequario. Iilf. The League "li" teznn lilled its vacant herths with Uillio. ZC. tfiaptaini. tilllltllllfllr ZIS, lliccio, 211. Clillord. IB, llanseglio, ZH. The hcnch lineup included lfschhach, 115, Kznninslei, IG, Harry, ll-1, Crotty, Ill, Wentzler, Zlf. ln the annual All-Star game, League "Ai, subdued League "BH hy the score, ? ? ? In adherence to public opinion ltd he correct to inention that Vinnie Dalton of -LD was perhaps the greatest all around hall player in hoth haskethall savvy and scoring ability. liut. in general, through the cooperation of the Student Council, the Ifaculty, and especially the student competitors, this tournament was a mark of the true Mountie spirit. ln a salute to the moderator of the entire under- taking, letis eongratulate the arniahlc Brother l'atriek lfugene. TRACK As the X country men returned the football players enlisted and the field specialists ar rlved the indoor track team showed a spark lon absent at the Mount During the first few days elections were held Kevin Cahill emerging the captam running distances were declded by Coach H Borck and the schedule of what was to be one of the most successful season ever was posted A few tune up dual meets on our home track prepared the squad for its first real test the L H bAA Relay Carnival The novice mlle relay of Mike Cahill Herb Whiteman Kevin Cahill and .lack Kent won the only gold medals of the evening but ,loe Redmond and RlCl11C bld0ll copped sllyer medals in the open and novice high jump The following week ln the Stuyvesant Meet the distance medley relav of Pri 10111 Cambell DEl1a and a tremendous anchor leg by Mackey won second place awards The Yuletlde lapse dld not affect the track sters In the Junior Metropolitan trials the sprint relay of Bill Krebs john Nadell Tom Mackey Dennis Burbridge took first setting a new school record This same quartet rep resulted the Mount in many invitational meets winning medals in all of them The two big contests of the year were the tackled 1n fact smothered ln the Hayes games dedicated to our own Coach Howle Borck Dennis Burbrldge copped a second place award in the feature 600 while 'lom Mackey won a bronze medal in the 1000 yard run. The squad then travelled to the U.S.M.A. to compete with the West Point Plebes. Al- though the Mounties won five firsts and five seconds they could not withstand the Cadets field event surge. 'lhe B.M.W. Championships saw the Mount s power personified. Mackey in the half Bur- bridge in the quarter Krebs in the fifty Weed in the submidget fifty the 880 yard junior relay of Riccardi Odierna Christenson and Middlemiss all won gold medals while the 880 yard senior relay of Prigioni Hofsaes Mike Cahill and Kevin Cahill took second. The Fordham Meet passed successfully and the City Championships arrived. Tom Mackey and Bill Krebs winning upsets in the mile and fifty respectively paced the team to a near title. But a tumble in the 680 yard relay changed the tide from the Mount to St. Augustine. So on the cold boards at the Mount, at the smoky armories and at the luxurious Carden track, the 1953 indoor squad left its mark. Managers Frank La Pietra and Gerry Cahill, Moderator Bro. Robert Baptist and Coach Howie Borck deserve the highest praise for the invaluable assistance and advice through- out the season. artm Doherty on the trail. 4 f AME? ' . ' " -L , . , vid X J X A N 5 A la s 3 Q,-Q1 I gi if s ' 2 H! I 'fi mail FU M 1 KNAW X25 an V MM F' X il fk, gw 5291 lbw iq' 3 nb ' '-:T 1 I . ,1- vi V M ' N df 1 'l W M 525' 1 2 5 'U qi " M M M 9- . , 7 Y " X? ' ' v L 4 . 7 7 ' ' x 4 Q 9' fA,2 45' 'Z iff Dennis Burbri dhiff-start gf ygud lun n in novice relay. Gagliuno from Ki g 'KPN nd lun, Lunnng, up hal Lnrrs 'flxorp--1000 B.M.NY. chuxnpi n un:hips-medal M 1 ---.--. John lJ'E1i1 1, anchoring the Us . 'o-nnle I-eh, CROSS COUNTRY With a new coach, a new moderator, and only two senior veterans returning, the 1952 cross-country outlook was indeed dismal. Mr. Howard Borck, a prize acquisition from Cardinal Hayes was head mentor while Bro. Robert Baptist replaced Bro. Richard Edwin as track moderator. The loss of the first two tune-up dual meets did not improve the prospects, but it did spark up the harriers. Led by captain John D'Elia, the X-C men swamped St, Ann's and St. Helena's before being nipped by Fordham Prep. The Championship meets, with some fifty odd schools competing, then began in earnest. Although the team faltered in the N.Y.U. and St. John's Meets, John D'Elia copped individual medals in both. Running over the now familiar haunts of Van Cortland Park, the harriers attained unexpected success in the Fordham Inter- scholastic Championships. The varsity squad, led by John D'Elia who won two medals in this meet, garnered a third place trophy and team medals. Ray Flynn was in the runnerup position for the Mount followed by Larry Thorp, Jack Mennis and ,lim Kelly. The next Saturday D'Elia fought a losing battle to the tape with Ed 0'Malley of Bishop Du Bois, but did win his fourth medal of the season. In the J.V. section of this meet, Gerry Manning and Mike Cahill won individual medals. The City Champs came, but the team, suffering the loss of three varsity men due to sickness, failed to place. ln the Private School Meet, the harriers just missed a third place trophy with D'Elia taking a second place medal. The very next day Dilflia lost a thriller in the Westchester Championships, but was awarded a second place oscar while the team completed by Ray Flynn, jim Kelly and Kevin Cahill failed for the second time in the meets history to bring home the first place trophy. The future varsity harriers, the freshmen, enjoyed a very successful season. The trio of Bantz, Burrowa and Doherty paced the frosh through a heavy schedule of dual and cham- pionship meets. Thanks to Brother Kiernan, and the bus, the squad was able to practive at Van Cortland Park almost every day. Mr. Howie Borck and Brother Robert Baptist certainly deserve a lot of praise for, out of what was to be a foundation for later years, a successful squad was built. ,4 ITY EB It, . . Ill -7 1' -7 ' '1-.-, Qouf is Qu' sllll 'lv o,, UI I Fnualm Turgnu F1 mus Tom nnelll I om Q rundl nh Winch nel Xbrule e Irmk WM at Robert ialhermxn bernld M xrkew Henrw Smhroc ber Hunley luenlo Top row Steven Vallender Robert Rlgnone Robert Regazu Robert Llprl mo Robert Ruffdlo Vrlllldm Thomma Robert MLQu.xde Comb Howie Smith ' I 117' "' w fd ' 1. - 'uw-4 m In -N "M mf, 'An ' il 11: ' burters of the V733 Cipri T ' ' The Swing - M' HWY' Uno hon V V sf, Wim. Lmhernwn, " 'ewdrd bgund. 125 IOR I H3517-. -any 51.4. 1 N. .a,..4-,y-"9" 'K' lllthlllf, N133 R B Peter bvseenew Jerry Dlpuud as .arrw XNIHIHII Mauutto Ink june M Peru mu WU" ,ony se-si' S-41 GUN , " ' vmuu 'Nl' fabiff 4 Q1-' Y IKVUIF an' ,. R. 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H : 7" , 6 Brother Albert Gustave It IS my sad duty to Inform the student body that Brother Albert Gustave passed away last eve nlng Wlth thls announcement by Brother Prlnclpal the student body was mformed of the death of a beloved teacher Ten Mount grammar graduatlng classes have lost a teacher frlend a generatlon of Mountxes have lost an understandln and outstandlng counselor artlsan Both have lost an msplratlon The patlence and devotedness of thls man marvelous as lt has been and legendary as xt always wlll be ceased mth hls death on Thursday evemng February 19 1955 Brother Albert came to the Mount nn 194-4 a veteran teacher of thlrty one years The guldance and knowledge he mstxlled III hlS groups are the most Stflklllg evldences of hlS powerful personallty The art of wood workmg was never perfected at the Mount t1ll he breathed hls sp1r1t mto thls field The new llbrary the Brothers arbor the lnnumer able boarders cablnets were all products of hls labors That qulet sacrlficmg patlent hard worklng lxfe lasted tlll last December Then a small gnarled man bowed wlth the welght of age and cancer reluctantly relmqulshed h1s beloved teachmg dutles and departed for the Leahy CllIllC ln Boston Declared mcurable by doctors Brother Albert was I'CSllYlg at Esopus when the entlre student body jolned ln a trlduum for hls cure Death robbed hlm of hls last request to return once more to the Mount No other announcement could do Justlce to that humble patlent slmple man than Brother Albert Gustase has passed away MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE ,,. 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