Mount St Michael Academy - Mountaineer Yearbook (Bronx, NY)
- Class of 1954
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Brother John Lawrence
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Mr. F. Carroll
Practically since the foundation ot Mt.
St. Michael, 1926, this neighbor from Mur-
dock Avenue has been an integral part of
this insitution. The "Chief," as he is more
commonly known ,has been devoting his
time, energy and technical know-how to
further the interests of our Alma Mater. At
one time you will see him installing new
electrical devices, or again adiusting or re-
pairing others that need the delicate touch
of a skillful hand. lf casually asked about
the iob on hand, iovially does he reply,
"Well, when you are in the army, you must
do what the army tells you." Ever and anon,
in spite of his tour score years, this gentle-
man of the former Telephone Company, is
the embodiment of devotion, industry and
loyalty. In recognition for his unstinted work
for the Brothers, he was granted in 1951,
the diploma of affiliation to the Marist
ln gratitude for his self-sacrificing accom-
plishments and his unswerving loyalty to
a cause-the administration and faculty are
proud to join the Class of 1954, in dedi-
cating this year's Mountaineer to:
MR. FRANK J. CARROLL
0ur Alnla Slater
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l00th AN N IVE IISABY
0F IDIRIAITIY LATE CUNCEPTIU
It was on December 8, 1854, in the midst of the largest
assembly of bishops Rome has perhaps ever seen and before
a concourse of twenty-five thousand Christians gathered in
the basilica of St. Peter at the Vatican that the Church
through the voice of its supreme Head, Pope Pius IX, defined
a dogma of Faith, the truth of the Immaculate Conception of
the most Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God. All European
countries with the sole exception of Russia were represented
by holy and illustrious bishops. Asia, Africa, America and
Oceania also had their holy representatives there. The whole
world might be said to have gathered there to celebrate the
triumph of the Queen of Heaven.
In the presence of the whole Catholic Church represented
by fifty-four cardinals, one patriarch, forty-two archbishops,
one hrundred bishops, several hundred monsignori, several
thousand priests and religious of every rite, order, and coun-
try, the pope wearing his miter in the office of supreme
teacher responsible for pronouncing the dogma of Faith be-
gan to read the Decree in a grave, sonorous, pleasant, and
majestic voice, "We declare, pronounce and define that the
doctrine which holds that the Blessed Virgin Mary, at the
first moment of her conception, by a singular privilege and
grace of the Omnipotent God, in virtue of the merits of Jesus
Christ, the Savior of mankind, was preserved immaculate
from all stain of original sin, has been revealed by God, and
therefore should firmly and constantly be believed by all
That evening the entire city of Rome became a vast temple
erected in honor of Mary. lt was literally a city of fire. From
the lordly palaces to the humblest dwellings every window,
every balcony, every dormer was resplendent with light.
St. Peter's basilica resmbled an illuminated diadem. The
principal streets were rivers of light. An immense crowd filled
the city, overflowing into the streets, the squares, and es-
pecially St. Peter's square. All in the name of the Roman
people, saluted the triumph of the Queen of Rome. Pictures
of Mary with the inscription, "Mary, conceived without orig-
inal sin," were seen everywhere.
Each age, each nation has given its best to
honor the Blessed Virgin. This magnificent tem-
ple which is being erected on the Grounds of
the Catholic University at Washington, D. C.,
will be a lasting tribute of the love of the
American people for Mary Immaculate.
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BRO. ALPHONSE SYLVAIN MRS. LQRETTA PACE
MRS. DOROTHY TUZZOLI N0
BRO. LAWRENCE JOSEPH
Director of Guidunn
Religion 3A, Mech.
BR. AQUINAS RICHARD
Religion 2E, Biology, Health
0 BR. DENIS RICHARD
Rellidn 20, Spanish, ,IL Algebra,
Fresh Fooiball Cillll
nn. AUGUSTINE mmonn
Religion IF, EI, Alglbftl fl
BR. EDWARD LAWRENCE
Religion 3D, Am. History I 8. Il, Forum
BR. PATRICK EUGENE
Am. History ll, Chemisfry, Football
Mcduafar, lnlram. Basketball
BR PATRICK MARTIN
Relvguon IG El Algebra, Fronchl Jr
Sodulny Asn Prcfod
BR PAUL ANDREW
Rellglon 2C Pl Geometry Englnsh II
BR PETER DOMINIC
Religion IB Gen Sclenri
BR RICHARD ANSELM
Inl Algebra Spanish Cufefena
BR RICHARD VINCENT
Rellgnon 'IC Soc Sfudues
BR ROBERT BAPTIST
Rellglon 3C Englssh 4 Typmg Truck
BR R HENRY
Int Algebra Ass! Lnbranun
BR STANISLAUS KOSTKA
Religion 2F Health, Gin Stwllcn,
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Moderator of Mount Mother s Club
BR TIMOTHY DANIEL BR TIMOTHY LEO BR WALTER EDWARD
Reluglon 28, World History, Track Rghglon ID, Soc Studies Relngnon 4, Mnfhomahcs
BR. WILLIAM BERNARD
Religion 'IA Gen. Science Jr. Forum
BR PAUL FELIX
Prefecl Furs! Sechon
BR WILLIAM IGNATIUS
Religion 'IH English I
BR FRANCIS MARY
Prefecf Second Sechon
BR WILLIAM JAMES
Religion 2A English ll Cafeteria
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BR ADRIAN NORBERT
BR MICHAEL NORBERT
MR Al KULL
Healih Physical Ed
Ass s Football Coach
DR A REUTHER
Music Band Dlrecfor
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WILLIAM J ACQUARIO
4333 Ely Ave New York 66 N Y
Class Omcer 2 Secretary 3 Treasurer
Sadaluty 23 lntram Basketball 3 JV
Basketball Minor Letter
RONALD C BRATONE
147 Nyac Ave Pelham
4 Intram Basketball 234
63 Vllla Ave Yonkers 4
Band 1234 Malor Letter 3
JOSEPH C BUCKLEY
2058 McGraw Ave Bronx 62 N Y
Track 2 Football 2 lntram Basketball
149 34 24 Ave Wlntestone Long Island
New York N Y
Class Omcer 34 Treasurer Cheer
leader 2 Sodalnty 12 Baseball 1 I
tram Basketball 234 Malor Letter for
cheerleader 2 Minor Letter far Base
FRANK J CAPALBO
443 East 184th St Bronx 58 N Y
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21 Alexander Ave., Yonkers 4, N.Y.
Band 1,2,3,4p member of Band Council
Maior Lefler 2, and Gold Major letter
FRANCIS J. DeROSA
219 Easf 85th St., New York 28, N.Y.
Class Officer - 2 Vice-Presidenf, Tower
4g Sodalily 3,45 lnlram. Basketball 2.
ANTHONY G. CARELLA
169 Edenwald Ave.
Mount Vernon 3, N.Y.
Affended ML SP. Michael
8 yrs. Grammar, 4 yrs. H.S.
Band 1,2,3,4g Maior Letter, 854K-Q Club 4.
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FRANK J. DeMARTlNO
4450 Monticello Ave., Bronx 66, N.Y.
Afiended Mr. Sf. Michael
7 yrs. Grammar, 4 yrs. H.S.
JOSEPH F. DERRICO
3359 Campbell Drive
New York 61, N.Y.
Class Olficer - 2 Vice'Presidenf, 3 Pres
iclenly Sfuclenl Council 4, Tower 4
Sodalify 3,47 Foolball 1,2, and Man
ager 4, lnfram. Basketball 2,3, Cap
JOHN C DONOVAN
4040 Monticello Ave Bronx 66 N Y
rack 3 85W Club 3 Track Malor
CORAT FIARD ACADEMY
JAMES R GILLIGAN
1700 Metropolitan Ave
Tower 4 Statlstlclan Forum 234 ln
tram Basketball 234
JOSEPH L. FORTIN
55 May St., New Rochelle, N.Y.
Scholastic Honors-Legion Honor Medal
'lg Class Officer - 3 Treasurer, Tower
4, Band l,2,3,4g Alternate Delegate,
Forum 2, Intram. Basketball 2,37 Sodal.
ity 1,21 85'-X: club 1,27 81 90'Vog Band
1 Minor Letter 27 Major Letter 3, Gold
FRANK M. GALOTTA
ROBERT C GUNTHER
3975 Carpenter Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Scholastic Honors Medalist 3 Band
234 Malor Letter 23 85'M: Club 'I2
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
980 Findlay Ave., Bronx 51, N,Y.
Track 1,21 Cherleader 2, Mountaineer
4, Photographer, Track 2, Maior and
JAMES J HATTON
985 Anderson Ave Bronx 52
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RICHARD F HERTEI
3940 Carpenter Ave Bronx 66 N Y
lass Officer 2 Treasurer 3 Vnce
President Sfudenf Councrl 234 Pres
:dent Intrcm Baskefball 24 85M
3053 Perry Ave Bronx 67 N Y
Tower 4 News Edlior Inirom Boskei
bull 23 Sodclniy 34 854K-I and 9O'Vo
JOHN P KEVENY
1142 Longfellow Ave Bronx 59 N Y
Clu I 2 3 4
DONALD A MULLIGAN
1042 Hoe Ave Bronx 59 N Y
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
ROBERT G IANG
1504 Mayflower Ave Bronx 61 N Y
STATE UNIVERSITY AT FARMINGDALE
JOSEPH J MURRAY
1865 Holund Ave Bronx 62 N Y
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JAMES C MCCARTHY
1310 Edison Ave Bronx 61 N Y
Class Omcer 2 Treasurer Tower 4
Feature Edltor Band 12 Sodallty 34
Football 1 2 Band 1 2 Manor Letter
U S COAST GUARD ACADEMY
255 East 15151 St Bronx 51 N Y
Class Omcer 2 Secretary Sodallty 12
lntram Basketball 2
JOHN J OCONNEll
2600 Brnggs Ave Bronx 58 N Y
Scholastic Honors Medalnst 123
Class Of11cer 1 Presndent Tower 4
Assocnate Edutor Band 1234 Sodallty
34 85'M: and 90M Club 1234
NlCHOlAS .I PEPE
Pepe la Moco
554 South 10th Ave Mt Vernon
Attended Mt St Michael
6 yrs Grammar 4 yrs HS
Sodalnty 1 2 Football 1 2
ANGEl0 S NAPOLI
8606 Punto St Hallaswood Queens
Baseball 12 Munor Leter JV
ALFIO J RAUSA
1741 Ptlgnm Ave Bronx 61
Forum 4 Sodallty 34 lntram Basket
ball 23 85'Ma Club 123
RALPH .I. SAVARESE
1504 Metropolitan Ave.
Bronx 62, N.Y.
Scholastic Honors-Legion Honor Medal
35 Class Officer - 1 Vice-President,
Tower 4, Sports Editor, Sodality 1,2,3,4g
Varsity Basketball 3,47 8596 Club 1,2,
3,47 Basketball 3, Minor Letter, 4, Maior
ROBERT E. WATERS
401 East 239th St., Bronx 70, N.Y.
Attended Mt. St. Michael
1 yr. Grammar, 4 yrs. H.S.
Class Officer - 3 Secretary.
JOHN J. SHEEHAN
1618 Crosby Ave., Bronx 61, N.Y.
Track 1, Soclality 3.
HERBERT W. WHITEMAN, JR.
14 Morning Side Ave.
New York 26, N.Y.
Class Officer - 3 President, Band 1,2
3,45 Track 1,2,3,4g Forum 2,3,4p Band,
Three Minor letters, Track 3, Maior and
THOMAS J BYRNE
4127 Edson Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Altended Mt SI Mlcllael
HS 25 years
Tower 4 Band 2 Football 4 Intram
ROBERT F COLASURDO
108 Van Gullder Ave
New Rochelle N Y
ROBERT G CONWAY
21 Manger Cnrcle
Pelham Manor N Y
MICHAEL J CAHILL
4000 Seton Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Class Officer 2 Presndent Student
Cauncll 4 Tower 24 Track I 2 3 4 All
Seasons Mlnor and Malor Letters S
dallty 1234 Prefect 123 85M Club
Mt St Michael 9 years
JAMES V COLLINS
2869 Wellman Ave Bronx 61 N Y
DONALD G DOYLE
1725 Purdy St Bronx 62 N Y
Attended Mt St Michael H S 2 years
WILLIAM J DALY
1136 West Farms Road
Bronx 59 N Y
lntram Basketball 2 3
PETER J FAGAN
85"K: and 9O'M: Club 1 2 Baseball J V
JOHN J FOX
Qulmberlune Rd RFD 33
H nt LI Zone 13 Y
Attended Mt St Michael H S 3 years
Band 2 Drum Malor Malor letter So
WILLIAM J DUSS
4119 Barnes Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Cl ss Ollicer 3 Secretary Baseball 2
Intram Basketball 23 85'Kv Club 12 3
4085 Amundson Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Attended Mt Sl Michael 5 years
Tower 4 Sodaluty I 2 3 4 Football 'l
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1204 Evergreen Ave., Bronx 72, N.Y. , 3
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RICHARD M GORE
40 McCollum Place
Yonkers 5 N Y
Baseball 2 lnfram Basketball
JOHN H. HOFSTETTER
137 23 Geranlum Ave
Flushing 55 NY
Affended M1 Sf Michael 6 years
Band 1234 Malor Letier
DONALD F HENLEY
744 Taylor Ave Bronx 72 N Y '15
Band 1234 Manor and Malor Letter
540 union me Road, Bronx 62, N.Y. JAMES P- KELLY
ummm. Basketball 2,3,4, asm Club 1. im"
91 Troy Ave., Long Beach, L.I.
Sodalify 3 Years.
THOMAS M HAGGERTY
34 30 93rd S1
Jackson Hgts 72 NY
Tower lniram Basketball 23
ST JOHN S
WILLIAM J KELLY
'l56I Metropolitan Ave
Bronx 62 N Y
Me alest 2 Band 23 Color Guard
ROBERT E LI BERATORI
Intram Basketball 2
ALBERT E MERKLE
Beach Ave Bronx 72 N Y
JOHN J 0 REILLY
3I7 E I78II1 St Bronx 57 N Y
Attended Mt SI Michael 9 years
Band 6 Years Mmor and Malor Letters
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
JOHN F KING
3909 Seton Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Tower 4 Track I 234 Cheerleader 2
3 Sodalnty 'I 2 3 4 Intram Basketball
2 3 4 BSW: or 90W Club I2 3
ROBERT A MISTRON
I4 22 I2IsI St College Pt 56 N Y
Intram Basketball 2 3 90'M: Club 2
FORT SCHUYLER MARITIME COLLEGE
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633 East 224th St., Bronx 66, N.Y.
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THOMAS J PAGANI
3051 Wnllnamsbrudge Road
Bronx 67 N
Track 123 Malor Leler Football 34
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KENNETH P RILEY
2067 Havvlland Ave Bronx 72 N Y
90'X: Club 1
N Y STATE
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ROBERT A PUCCI
2860 Buhre Ave Bronx 61 N Y
Medalist 1 Class Omcer
tary lnfram Baskefball 3
JOHN J RYAN
77 Hsllvlew Ave onlxers 4 N Y
MICHAEL C RESTA
4119 Monhcello Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Leglon Honor Medal 1 Class Omcer
2 Vlce Presldenf 3 Treasurer Track
3 4 Mayor Letter 6 Medals Moun
SEBASTIAN J SCIALDONE
4321 Murdock Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Medalist 1 Class Officer 1 e
Presudenf Track 3 Minor Letter Moun
Yalneer 4 lnlram Baskeiball 4
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Minor and Maior Lefterg lntram. Baskei- x i taineer 45 85M and 9006 Club 1,2,3,
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JOHN A. SCOTT-MONCK
124 East lst St.
Mount Vernon, N.Y.
Legion Honor Medal 3, Tower Circu-
lation Manager, Band 1,2,3,4,Treasurer,
One Minor and Two Major Letters,
LUIGI A. VIOLA
685 Morris Ave., Bronx 51, N.Y.
Legion Honor Medal 2, Class Officer -
1, Secretary, Tower 4, Art Editor! Moun-
taineer 4, Sodality 1,2,3,4, 85M and
90W Club 1,2,3.
WILLIAM J. WOLF
1906 Lacombe Ave., Bronx 72, N.Y.
Track 1, Sodality 3, lntram. Track '52
High Jumping Medal.
LAWRENCE D. THORP
2780 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx 58, N.Y.
Medalist 3, Tower 4, Asst. Sports Edi-
tor, Band 1,2, Gold Maior, Track 3,4,
fl Maior Letters, 4 Medals, Forum 2.
LOUIS C. ZUCCARELLO
4231 Gunther Ave., Bronx 66, N.Y.
Scholarship to Mount, Legion Honor
Medal 2, Class Officer - 1 Vice Pres-
idenf, Tower 1,2,4, Band 1,2, Minor
Leter, Forum 2,3,4, C. F. L. Pin, 15
Trophies, 4 Medals, lntram. Basketball
2,3,4, 85M and 905k Club l,2,3,4,
LEO l ARTALE
1944 Hobart Ave
New York 6'l N Y
DENNIS J BURBRIDGE
2174 Davudson Ave
New York 53 N Y
Legion Honor Medal 2 Track T234
THOMAS E BELL
1032 East 2'I2tl1 S1 Bronx 69 N Y
Intram Basketball 2 3 4
ROBERT D CONROY
671 James St Pelham NY
Mf Sf Michael 2 years
LOUIS D BONSIGNORE
1094 Bryant Ave Bronx 59 N Y
C C N Y
ROBERT J CORJUO
646 Eos: 236th Sl
Bronx 66 N Y
Mr Sf Mrchael 2 years
U S MERCHANT MARINE COLLEGE
EDWARD F DELANEY
I462 Taylor Ave New York 60 N Y
Bond Color Guard 234 Manor Letter
Forum 4 Sodallty 23 90W Club I
EDWARD F DOWLING
256 East 237th St
New York 70 N Y
Class Officer 3 Vuce Presndent Stu
dent Council 4 Treasurer Football I2
3 4 Malor Letter Track 'I 4 Intram
Basketball 3 4
FRANK J GASPARINO
2328 Hoffman St
New York 58 NY
Legion Honor Medal 'I Base
JOHN H JUDGE
524 Beach 'I3'Ist St
Rockaway Beach 94 N Y
Track 34 Mayor Letter Football 4
Manager lntram Basketball 34
ST JOHN S
230 East 207th St Bronx 67 N Y
Class Ofllcer 2 3 Vnce President 85W
81 9096 Club 124
DONALD P MAHER
531 East lincoln Ave
Mount Vernon N Y
KINGS POINT COLLEGE
JOHN J. MALICH
1047 East 241st St., Bronx 66, N.Y.
Class Olticer - 1 President, 857-4 8-
9096 Club 1,25 Tower 'I,2, Forum 2,3,-1
Sec., Treas.g Sodality 3,4.
HUGH J. McGUIRE
143-19 38th Ave.
Flushing, L.I., N.Y.
Legion Honor Medal 2,37 Student Coun-
cil 2,3,4, Vice-President, Track 3, Minor
Letery Basketball Manager 1,2,3.
2976 Milton Plaza, Bronx 61, N.Y.
President 2, Basketball 1, Minor Letter,
Track 25 Football 3,45 Baseball 3.
JOHN P. McCAULEY
4400 Wickham Ave.
New York 66, N.Y.
EDWARD R. MOONEY
3235 Hull Ave., Bronx 67, N.Y.
Legion Honor Medal 2, Bond 2,3,4,
Major Letter, Track 3, Intram. Basket-
ball 2,35 Basketball 2, Minor Letter.
Rosen E. MONAHAN
89-31 2l7tl1 St.
Queens Village, N.Y.
Blind l,2,3,4, Maior Letter, lntram.
Basketball 35 Basketball 'l,2, Minor
EDMUND J. O'CONNELl.
3800 Carpenter Ave., East 219th St.
Bronx 66, N.Y.
Tower lg Track 'lf Sodality l,2.
29l4 Somer Pl.
Class Officer - 2 Treasurer 3, Vice- JOHN p' PRENDERG
President, Sodality lg lntram. Basket- ,,J ku AST
bon 2,a. , 'C
'CNA 3628 lrwm Ave., Bronx 63, N.Y.
lntram. Basketball 2.
VINCENT J. PETTI
90 King Ave., Yonkers 5, N.Y.
Track l,2,3,4, Major Letter, Sodality
2, Intram. Basketball 3.
DONALD T. WOLPERT
3063 Bruckner Bl
Bronx, N. Y.
COSMO J. RANDAZZO
3268 Tierney Pl., Bronx 61, N.Y.
Sodality 1, Infram. Basketball 2.
WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
3089 Decatur Ava. '
New York 67, N.Y.
Track 3, lntram. Basketball 2,3.
FRANKLYN J. SACCO
3507 Laconia Ave., Bronx 69, N.Y.
Football 3,4, Minor Letter, lnfram. Bas-
JOHN F. RYAN
357 East 195th St., Bronx
GUY R. SINISCALCO
33 Bedford Park Blvd.
New York 68, N.Y.
Legion Honor Medal 1, Class Omcer -
3, Vice Presidenlg Baseball 1,2, Minor
Letter, Basketball 1, Minor Leiter: In-
Iram. Basketball 3.
CHARLES M. WILLIAMS
16 Revere Pl., Brooklyn 13, N.Y.
Class Officer - 1 Treasurer, Band 1,4,
Twirler, Minor Letter, Track I,4, Minor
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
FREDERICK J. TURRIN
JOHN J. TODARO
1193 East 40Ih Sf., Brooklyn, N.Y
LONG ISLAND INSTITUTE
2120 Hughes Ave., Bronx, N.Y.
MI. Sf. Michael H.S. 2 years
ALAN L. WOOD
3925 Murdock Ave., Bronx 66, N.Y.
ROBERT S CIPRIANO
1665 85th S1 Brooklyn 14 N Y
Track 1 Foolball 23 Baseball 1
ANTHONY P CURRAN
218 Eos! 188111 Si Bronx 58 N Y
Class Officer 2 Treasurer Track 23
ERWIN J DEISER
2802 Pond Place Bronx 58 N Y
Band 123 Forum 123 Sodallfy
MANHATTAN OR FORDHAM
JAMES R CAMPBELL
56 Cave Dnve Manhasset
Long Island N Y
Arfended Mr Sr Michael
6 yrs Grammar 4 yrs HS
Class Offlcer 3 Presldenf Track 1 2
3 4 Malor Leler ouldoor 2 3 indoor
3 Football 1 234 Munor Lefler 3
HOLY C ROSS
LEE F CLIFFORD
2220 E Tremont Ave
Class Officer 2 Treasurer Tower 1
Reporter Track 1 Cheerleader 23
Capfurn Sodaluly 12 lntram Basket
CHARLES E DALY 1
443 Easi 240th St Bronx 70 N Y
Track1 Outdoor Band1 Cheerleader
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Intram. Basketball I,2,3,4.
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JAMES J GREENE
4'I 07 95th St
Em urst 73 L I
Attended Mt St Michael
8 yrs Grammar I yr HS
MANHATTAN OR FORDHAM
JOHN J GORHAM
2549 Decatur Ave Bronx N Y
RAYMOND A. FLYNN
4355 Matilda Ave. Bronx 70 N.Y.
Scholastic Honors-Legion Honor Medal
2' Tower 4- Track I 234- Sodality I 2
3 4- Mountaineer 4.
JOHN E HAVERTY
420 East 239th St Bronx 70 N Y
Attended Mt St Michael
3 yrs Grammar 4 yrs H S
Sodallty I2 Football 123 lntr m
JOSEPH F KING
271 East 23rd St Bronx 70 N Y
Track 2 Sodallty 1 2
DOMINICK V lATTARUlO
1539 Warmg Ave Bronx 69 N Y
lntram Basketball 2 Won Trophy So
dohty 1 2
FREDERICK E JOHNSON
1960 East Tremont Ave
New York 62 N Y
CHARLES M HENRY
375 Grcmdvuew Blvd Yonkers 8 N Y
Attended Mt St Michael
7 yr Grammar 4 yrs HS
Sodalnty 'I2 lntram Basketball 23
Wlll.lAM A KREBS
218 Betts Ave Bronx 72 N Y
Scholastic Honors Legion Honor Medal
Councal 3 Track 1234 Sodalnty 1
Baseball 'I2 lntram Basketball 23
Football 3 4
FRANK R LAUDADIO
1605 Metropolitan Ave
Bronx 62 N Y
Class Ofllcer 3 Secretary
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681 Magenta St Bronx 67 NY
Class Officer 1 Presudent 3 Vnce
Presldent Track 1 2 3 Sodalnty 1 use
bull JV 85'Ma Club 4
2118 Bryant Ave Bronx 60 N Y
lntram Basketball 4
FRESNO COLLEGE CCALJ
ANTHONY C MASIELLO
2851 Valentnne Ave Bronx 58 N Y
Class Officer 2 Vnce Presndent Band
12 Track 3 Sodalnty 1 Football 1
lntram Basketball 2 3 4
JOHN P MORAN
4153 Boyd Ave Bronx 66 N Y
CHARLES J MELICHAR
4318 Wlckham Ave Bronx NY
Track 3 Cheerleader 3 Captam ln
tram Basketball 2
EUGENE M McGUIRE
353 Mosholu Parkway
Bronx 67 N Y
asketball 3 4
DONAlD M PETERSON
20 Eas! 4th SY
Mount Vernon N Y
Legnon Honor Medal 2 Medalusv I
Class Ofllcer 'I President 2 Preslden!
3 Vice Presldenf Baseball 2 85M and
90M-n Club 'I 23
JOHN J RISI
Affended M1 Sf Michael
Grammar and H S
Treasurer Sodallty 2
ROBERT P SEC KlER
VINCENT L QUINTANO
1521 Union Port Rd
Bronx 62 N Y
Attended Ml Sf Michael
3 yrs Grammar 4 yrs HS
FRED W ROMER
300 Reservonr Pl Bronx 67 N Y
U C L A
1718 Purdy Sl Bronx 62 N Y
Band Two Leffers Track 3 Cheerleader
EDMUND J STACK
1574 Beach Ave Bronx 60 N Y
Sodallty 12 Intram Baskeiball 234
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3440 Flsh Ave Bronx N Y
RICHARD C SIDOLI
2255 Couger Ave Bronx N Y
Track 1 2 3 4 Football I 2
WILLIAM 1 P STILLER
59 Mall Side Ave
Mount Vernon N Y
Student Councll 4 Track 'I 234 Foot
ball 'I 2 3 4 Intram Basketball 2 3 4
JOHN J TOCCO ROBERT A WORHACZ
450 Pelham Parkway South 1237 Leland Ave Bronx 72 N Y
New York Student Council 4 Band 'I Sodahty 'I
Medalist General Excellence 3 2 Football 234 lntram Basketball 4
FORDHAM HOLY CROSS
THOMAS A BARNARD
1359 Webster Ave Bronx 56 N Y
Forum 4 851: Club 2
JOHN T CHRISTENSEN
1946 East Tremont Ave
Bronx 62 N Y
Track 34 Mlnar Letters Malor Letter
COAST GUARD ACADEMY
THOMAS W ACHESON
4366 Van Cortland! P E
Bronx 70 N Y
Class Officer 3 Vlce Presndent Track
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Letter lntram Basketball 23 Sodallty
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ROBERT J BERTA
807 Mace Ave Bronx 67
85W Club 1
GREGORY A CARNEY
3133 Perry Ave Bronx 67 N Y
Student Councul 34 Vice President 4
Baseball 1234 Malor Letter 23 In
tram Basketball 234 Medal 2 So
dalnty 1 2
ST MICHAEL S COLLEGE
JOHN E. CREMMINS
3106 3rd Ave., Bronx 56, N.Y.
Class Officer - 15 Football 3,4, Minor
Letter, lntram. Basketball 2,37 Sodallty
1,27 85'M: and 9096 Club 1.
ROBERT J. CUNNINGHAM
4308 Ruchardson Ave.
Bronx 66, N.Y.
Baskeiball 'l,2,3, Letters.
PHILLIP M Du SANZA
Wes! 178th St Manhahan
New York 33 N Y
Band 1 Sodallly 3 4
RENATO M DINELLI
1638 Taylore Ave Bronx 60
Trackl Iniram Basketball 2
KENNETH T FITZPATRICK
1729 Whnte Plains Rd
New York 62 N Y
Sodallty 1 2 85M Club 'I 3
JOSEPH J DANGELO
2304 Morgan Ave Bronx 69
Iniram Basketball 23
JAMES A DURANTE
70 Halsiead Ave Yonkers N Y
Infram Basketball 2 BSM and 9096
Club 'I 3
DANIEL M. HAHN
3560 Olinville Ave., Bronx 67, N.Y.
Track 3,4, Maior Letter: Intram. Basket-
ball 2,3g 90'Ma Club Medal 2.
STANLEY T. GUERCIO
"Stan 'The Man' "
437l Gunther Ave., Bronx 66, N.Y.
Medalist lp Football 3,4, Minor and
Maior Letteri Baseball 'l,2,3,4, Minor
and Maior Lettersg Basketball 'I,2,3,4,
Minor and Maior Letters.
JOHN F. HESSENIUS
681 Magenta St., Bronx 67, N.Y.
Basketball 'I,2,3,4, Minor and Maior
ROBERT T HARRINGTON
Harry the Hunter
635 East 228th St Bronx 66 N Y
JOHN D JOHNSON
4415 Grace Ave Bronx 66 N Y
Track 3 Football 3 Intram Basketball
3 Intram Track 3 Gold and Snlver
Sadallty 'l 2
THOMAS A KRAWI EC
'l95V2 Wickham Ave
Legion Honor Medal 3 Student Councll
4 Track 1234 One Freshman Two
Mayor Letters Football 234 Gold
Malor Letter Intram Basketball 3 So
dallty 123 4 8596 Club 1
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Medalnsf 1 8596 and 9096 Club 123
WILLIAM A MANCUSO
4182 Bronxwood Ave
Bronx 66 N Y
Medallsi 3 Band 1 234 Council Pres
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8596 and 90M Club 1 23 Posier Club
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
EMIL S LENGEFELD
1436 Beach Ave Bronx 60 N Y
Class Officer 2 Treasurer
FRED J LUCIANO
2823 Roeblmg Ave Bronx 61
Medalist 2 Class Ol11cer 2 Secretary
Track 3 Malor Letter
JOHN D. McKENNA FRANK M. CQCLARNON
686 Tinfon Ave., Bronx 55, N.Y. 712 Taylor Ave., Bronx 72, N Y
TOWOY li Soduliiy 1,21 lnfrdm- Basket- Class Officer - 1 Vice Presidenip Band
bull 2- 1,2,3,4, Maior Letter, 8596 and 9096
MANHATTAN Club 1,2,3-
JAMES J, Mfxeown
3060 Hull Ave., Bronx 67, N.Y.
lClass Ofllcer - 2 Vice President, Sadal
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WILLIAM A. MILLER
2255 Quimby Ave., Bronx 72, N-Y-
Class Officer - 2 Treasurer, Track I
Minor Letters, lniram. Baskeiball 2,35
BTX: Club 'l,2.
lnfram. Basketball 2,3, Basketball 1,1
JOHN F. MENNIS
72 Vernon Place
MOUNT VERNON, N.Y.
Legion Honor Medal I, Medalist 2,35
Class Officer - I Vice-President, 3
Presidentp Tower 1,25 Track I,2,3,4,
Freshman, Minor and Maior Letter, Sa-
dalily I,2,3, 85'M: and 90'-Ma Club I,2,
JOHN J, GILLIGAN
I7-19 Grand Concourse
Bronx 53, N. Y,
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war E.21IIh sr., arm 67, N.Y.
Attended Ml. Sf. Michael
4 yrs. Grammar, 4 yrs. H.S.
Class Officer - 3 Treasurer, Track l,2, I
3,4, Minor and Maior Leiters.
ROBERT J. NEYEN
491 East 'l62nd SI., Bronx 56, N.Y.
Track If Baseball 'l Mgr., Minor Letter,
Infram. Baskelball 2,3.
HENRY J. ROWAN
"Joe" Jossm Prslrsn f I
3 Geranium Place, Bronx 61, N.Y.
Sodality 3g Infram. Basketball 2.
VICTOR F. VILLACARA
2531 Belmont Ave., Bronx 58, N.Y.
Tower 3,45 Track 15 Soclality 3,4.
NEW YORK MARITIME COLLEGE
1007 Morris Pprk Ave., Bronx,
lntram. Basketball 1,2,3.
GREGORY J. SPAGNA
1940 Haight Ave., Bronx 61, N.Y.
Class Omcer - 1 Vice4Presiden1y In-
fram. Basketball 2,35 85W Club 1.
JOSEPH M. TAVOLACCI
475 Kimball Ave., Yonkers 4, N.Y.
Band 1,2,3, Maior Leiter, Track 1,3
Minor Letter, Sodality 1, lnlram. Bas
Bro Benedict Henry becomes assistant prnn
cipa Mount marks 25th Anniversary
Fathers Gallant and Mann become chaplains
of the Mount After 25 years of faithful
service Rev Augustine Tapln passed away
Mount loses to Hayes 25 l3 500 attend
annual football banquet Memorial build
ing occupied Jan 3 Rizzo makes all met
Sodallty sponsors skating party Cafe
teria open for dayhops Father Mann goes
to Hawaii for missionary work Fathers
Hargrove and Quinn conduct annual 3 day
retreat All enloyed annual boat ride to
Cardinal Spellman dedlcates New Memorial
Building Father Mackey and McDonnell
named new chaplains Mr Mulvlhlll new
basketball coach New Cafeteria in full
swing . . 250 freshman fathers enloy ama-
teur boxing . . Intramural basketball started
by student council . . Mount loses to Hayes
-0 . . Christmas Assembly features first dra-
matic production for the year . Band held
first annual yuletide concert . . Gym starts
under the direction of Mr. Al Kull . . Faculty
students mourn OConnor 54 . Jackson
receives outstanding football players trophy
. . Gala Valentine dance held . Tower
prints April Fool Extra . . Frs. Fleming and
Doty conduct annual retreat . . Skating party
enjoyed by all . . Bros. Denis Herman and
Godwin Anselm leave for Philippines . . . Boat
ride best ever . . . Bros. Leo Sylvius and John
Lawrence leave for Europe . . . Mount takes
Brooklyn College track championship.
Eleven faculty changes announced to students
. . . Enrollment hits a new high . . . Record
crowd attend Skating Partv Mounties are
undefeated In city play 15 000 see 6 6
deadlock at Randall s lsland Howie Borck
assumes position as track coach . . . Journa-
lism class started among seniors . . . Mount
Student council sponsors gala skating party
. . . Hayes rally a huge success . . . 400 enioy
"Night in Paris" dance . . . Mount men's club
plays host to war orphans at Christmas party
. . . 1953 Golden Gloves quarter finals held
at Mount . . . Mount track team journeys to
West Point for dual meet with plebes . . . Miss
Charyel Johnson chosen school sweetheart . . .
Track team has a very successful year . . .
Freshman five carves 21-5 mark . . . Leona
May Smith guest artist at Mount's spring con-
cert . . . 144 graduate at 22nd commence-
ment . . . Mackey proud recipient of the Most
Valuable Player Trophy . . . Annual boat ride
enioyed by all . . .
Record Frosh enrollment in history of school
brings changes in classrooms . . . Br. Vincent
Dominic, former teacher, is new Ass't. prin-
cipal . . . Mount introduces guidance depart-
ment . . . Veteran councilors voted to key
positions in Student Council . . . Senior rings
finally arrive . . . First Student Council Dance
a success . . . Mount's annual skating party
a complete sellout . . . Evander "Tigers" finally
beat Mount 13-6 . . . Seniors having a rough
time with English Four . . . Library is scene of
senior talks by college representatives . . .
Food drive a huge success . . . Capacity crowd
sees Hayes beat Mount 20-14 in annual tur-
key classic . . . Stiller and O'Connor make
All Star Team . . . Intramural Basketball be-
gins . . . Special Marian services held in audi-
torium-gym to commemorate centenary of
Immaculate Conception dogma . . . Large
crowds fill gym for first annual Marist lnvita-
tional Basketball Tournament QMITJ during
Christmas holidays . . . Mount conducts three
day retreat . . . Bro. Robert Baptist leaves for
the Philippines . . . Senior Prom enioyed by
all . . . Well, that's it, good luck future sen-
iors . . .
BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Frank Gagliano, Richard Nicol,
Thomas Moran, Peter Clark, Peter Sweeney, John Clarke,
Richard Caldripoli, Michael Tierney, Thomas Gendreau, louis
Shahlaazian, John Antenucci, Joseph Cestone. SECOND ROW:
John Porco, Robert Brooks, Paul Ulrich, Vincent Kelly, Stephen
Carroll, Anthony Thomopolos, Michael Abruzese, Vincent Dan-
seglio, Joseph DiSanza, John Franklin, Russell, Herlihy, John
Gilliang. THIRD ROW: lawrence Riccio, Donald Kent, Joseph
Siragusa, Edward Maisie, Richard Wagner, William Regan,
James Kelly, Donald Sorka, Robert Florio, John Corrigan.
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Nnchols John Meyer Donald Blau Ronald Montana Wllllom
Wolff Jerry Carbone Mlzhael Murphy Wllllam Dulfy John
Slchler llllam MacSweeney Albert Fern MIDDLE ROW Anthony
Glordann Vlnceni DeMoulh Wllllam Beck Howard lahman John
Mooney lawrence James Roberf Delucna Thomas DeFlllppo
Paul Alfierl John Hays Angelo Flllpauo Richard Morrlson
John Palumberl FRONT ROW Joseph Pluurro Brian Hickey
Frank Calaldo leonard Vlgglano Rlchard Falcl Kevin Cooney
Thomas Sparachmo louis Safnale Vllo DrTomasso louls Ro
mano John Manglerl Tlmofhy Sullivan
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Malden Sparoznc Ronald Wentzler Martin Sprmgstead John
Dunne Gerard Drlscoll Frank Mlsclagna Robert Justm Paul
OBrien louis Capplello Wulllam Thompson SECOND ROW
Joseph Russo lawrence levln John Esser Adolf Dreher Ed
mund Connelly Vmcent Salcowslu Richard SCIVCTTI Michael
Klernan Joseph Ganto Dennen Rellley James Duggan Wllllam
Rafael Benedlct Calenda Vincent Appuuo Angelo Truoccolo
THIRD ROW Edward Breen Edward Hynes Joseph Partmann
Raymond Momgan James Fenwlclr Edward Ryan James
Coyne Joseph Peloso Carl Dnebold Frank Duffy James Karr
Joseph Gleason Joseph Honusocky
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George Mirabella, Donald Amoruso, Malcolm Denning, Joseph
Tammaro, Joseph Geraci, Edward Shields, Charles Tellalian,
Michael Quinn, Ronald Parris, Alfred Tortorelli, SECOND ROW:
John MacNeil, John Doonan, 'ichard Cassetta, Lawrence Grey,
Jerry Manning, Robert Becker, Sig Trotta, Peter McKenna,
Alfred Gensch, Raymond Barry, Richard McCarthy, Ronald
Fanelli, Emil Venturini. THIRD ROW: Riordan Roett, Thomas
Barrett, Henry Slaight, James Bellesheim, Edward Magi, William
Grolli, Robert Eberle, Edward Morgan, Michael James, Stephen
Munsell, George Schrade, Richard Kelly, Michael DiDio.
BOTTOM ROW left to right Rodney Puleo Francis McConnell
Robert Cllnfifd Patrlck DeGaspens Thomas Russell Donald
DeCarlo Robert Mlgllacclo John Mrazlk Wllllam Naumann
Robert Cerrato George Coughlln Frank Vlllano Frank Tuccl
SECOND ROW Wnlllam McGinley Lawrence Groehl John Gel
selmonn Nell Dapolnto Vmcent Pntuccuo Armand Odnerna
Vmcent Ferollto John Kleln Frank McKenna Patrlck Cunnlng
ham Charles Burrows Robert Tevlln THIRD ROW Robert John
son Robert Gokey Henry Sessa Thomas Flsh Robert Kammslu
Patrick Burke Kieran Both Richard Lewis John lynch James
McGull John Gortych Robert Stewart NOT lN PICTURE Cord
Rugen Stephen Madak
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Richard Salvatore, Frank DeSimone, Gerald Lubrino, Albert Tt'llRD ROW1 Norman Cyprus, Joseph Morrissey, William Celli,
Quinn, Patrick O'Donnell, Gerard Scanlon, Gerald Mucciolo, John Nikolai, Daniel O'Connell, Peter Poggi, Robert Fortunato,
John Tarelli, John Wexler, Charles Gallo, Thomas Barry. SEC- Kenneth Basil, William Crawley, Robert Crotty. ABSENT: Gerald
OND ROW: Robert Ragnone, Martin Doherty, Lawrence Olutsen, DiPia1.1.a.
Edward Moneo, Harry Folk, Joseph Thomas, Gerald McNally,
THlRD ROW: An-
BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Eugene Ammivatta, James Cum- Fon-Lo, Joseph Phelan, Edilbert Rodrigrue-r..
mings, Robert Weed, William Schultz, Paul Tammaro, Robert thony D9lPlI10, Ralph Altieri, John Burgess, Richard Sowinslu,
Kelly, Michael Galante, Charles Cavalieri, Michael DePetrillo, Robert Regaui, Anthony Grossi, Joseph Masullo, Henry Bowler,
James Paclces, Dominic DeCristoforo, Richard Bennett, James Peter Pax, Frederick Koch, Peter Cameron. FOURTH ROW: Albert
Davis. SECOND ROW: Martin Callinan, Ronald Peuino, Ray- Claps, Robert Schelp, John Halligan, Alan Kraus, Lawrence
mond Honey, Donald Conway, Edward Winrow, Philip Engle- Gurney.
s Davison, James Regnante, Paul Virciglio, Anthony
BOTTOM ROW left to rught George Schofield Andrew Joehl
Robert Joyce Gerald Cahlll Ronald Tuccnllo John Scomllllo
Angelo Mozllo John Coleman Claude Pulmcchlo Peter Smane
Joseph Hahn John Nee Peter OKeefe SECOND ROW Dems
Regan Gerard Reldy Raymond Pozzabonl Arthur Seckler
James Bottarl Ruchard Blele Wllllam Walter Robert Mlrone
Rocco DeAngells John lamblase Joseph Glannetto Michael
Macchla THIRD ROW Patnck McNulty louis Caraglne Ned
Losculto lawrence Puergrossl Harold Frisch John Melchner
Frank Blnghl Albert Bartels John Conroy Frank Franco Wil
ham Whelan James Ryan
BOTYOM ROW, left to right: Gerard Bove, Robert Stewart,
Gerald Geist, Patrick Conway, George Petrick, Howard Moody,
James Antenucci, Enrico Garafalo, Joseph Pace, Gerald Hag-
gerty, Joseph Abrulese, Frank Grappone, James Amen. SEC-
OND ROW: Joseph Zipparo, Robert Burke, Peter Vitere, Edward
Clarke, Allan Schwinn, Joel Rizzo, Vincent Conforti, Jose Es-
pinosa, Joel Hofstetter, Robert Elmo, Louis Filardi, Frank la
Russo. THIRD ROW: John Coua, Donald Sweeney, Matthew
Connors, Arthur Shea, Robert Hahn, Thomas Cunningham,
Robert Warnken, Josef Zimmerman, Joseph Wucher, Joseph
Mariani, Peter Cunningham.
BOTTOM ROW left to right Joseph OMeara Patnck McNally
Joseph Ryan Carl Sferraxza Edward Fahey Robert Murphy
Carlo Spagnola Robert DlVegllo Robert Fury Frederick Wea
ver Anthony Scuderl Nucola lasorsa Gerald Longo SECOND
ROW Wllllam Mercuno Wllham James Danlel Allen Robert
Power Richard Mnllscl Russell La Scala Wllllam Matson
Charles McMahon James Shlelds Gerard ODonnell Bernard
Prendergast Ralph Cautlllo THIRD ROW Vmcent Promuto
Edward Haller Robert Johnson James OBnen Thomas Allen
Vmcent Nagle Rmhard Blagar James Slater Francis Hagan
Patrlck Cumffe John Walsh FOURTH ROW John Burgas Peter
Muta Richard Abele James Harnngton George Goetschalclx
Francis Esser Howard Kennedy
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Nicholas Vnohno Wulllam Kelly James McKnernan Patruck
Halloran Lawrence DePasquale Louns Pasquale John Duke
Fredenck Gunther Harold Lynch Thomas Gegeny Frederick
Schulmench SECOND ROW Vlncent Mercurlo John Kehoe
Joseph Duerr Salvatore DelPouo Muchael Cagluostro John
Krug Robert Cortese Peter Scaramuuo Augustine DlStaduo
John Cagney Thomas Byrne Robert Cusack THIRD ROW An
thony Santelh Otto Wolf George Floratos Thomas Tobuasen
George Lomb Pasquale Ruffalo Ruchard Thome John Kelly
Henry Lmdbloom TOP ROW Anthony Davenport Harry Crew
Bernard Leonard Robert Connelly John Nnsta
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BOTTOM ROW left to rrght James Grrero Jay Stoelfel Patrrclx
Fuery Rrchard Faranto Rnchard Allen Robert Regan John
ODonnell John Farranto Raymond Collnns Romolo Mmgone
Thomas Forlun Robert Blarr Francrs Jrlmelc SECOND ROW
Anthony Scafuta Francns Schrade Kenneth McGahen Richard
Maynard John Meduls Francus Schmrdt Kenneth Regan Char
les McBride Anthony Allen John Fatlgate Thomas Rezza
Hugh McGrath THIRD ROW John Hughes George Hommel
Robert ONerl Davrd Scanlan Joseph Spadafino Michael
D nne Robert Reilly Joseph Marino Vincent DrPentrma John
Groh Edward Pettl TOP ROW Edward Woods Alfred Rlnzo
John McElllgott Thomas leddy James Carter
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BOTTOM ROW, leff fo right: Domenick DeGaerano, George
Mayer, Peier Paolucci, John Murdock, William Tarino, Charles
Gumina, Joseph Maraglino, Michael Daly, John Sheridan, Mat-
ihew Sowul, Vincent Andrisani, Gregory Carroll, Vincent Clarke.
SECOND ROW: John McNamara, Michael McNelis, Pairick
Frauari, Rudolph Morawek, Richard Kurtti, Rober! Politi, Teddy
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Ronald Lizzi, William Harlmann. THIRD ROW: Richard Flafley,
Joseph Nachstein, David CunifTe, Thomas Abruzese, James
Reutzel, Philip Ahrens, Andrew Poschman, Alexander Alizo
Joseph Anelli, Robert Penigrew, Patrick While, Charles Goeke-
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Michael Daly, John Hiller, Michael Bevilacqua, Kevin O'leary
Fredric Peloso, Edward Corbett, Frederick Grady, Richard Mc-
Guire, Robert Monaco, Joseph Giefedder, Dion DiMucci. SEC-
OND ROW: Richard Katona, Michael Smith, Robert Bettini
'xrthur Donovan, Salvatore Promuto, Charles Baris, Carl Maier,
Thomas DeAngelis, William Deitz, Richard Delardi, Joseph
Nista, Robert Meyers, Clayton Hollinger. THIRD ROW: Donald
Ritter, James Malsz, Richard Buckner, Anthony Giacoio, Alfred
Ciffone, Frank Cancellieri, Robert Donohue, Frank Moschella,
Dennis Smith, Arthur Viggiano, Donald Rainone, Mauro Romita,
h H len Robert Graue Robert
BOTTOM ROW left to nght Dormmck Auello Hugh ORourke Coplcotto John Audevsey Josep an
Robert Mooney Michael Constantmo Anthony DeRosa er Wulluams Eugene Hahn THIRD ROW Wullnam Pans: Phuhp
rence Sughrue Mlchael Reddy Wrlllam Menchner James Whute Vannella Robert Dunn Albert lndru Lawrence Bradford Robert
Michael Devhn James Bruno John McGrenaghan Ralph Cuta Shanahan Gerald DeTola Louis DelSavno Lawrence Victory
rella SECOND ROW Joseph Burgess Harry Larlun Wllnam Jeremiah Hyde
Karas Paul Gonya Charles Merendmo Kevm Gullrgan eonard
Andrew laSala Dennls Tlmmous Edwm Skorslu Frank Bradley
Thomas Cavallere Thomas Salera Ronald Musolnno Patrick
Breslin John Howard Francls Glynn Werner Aguilar SECOND
ROW Bernard Boyle Richard Frlcarlo R
OW lefi ia right Donald Murray louis Perez
uchard Sweeney Sal
vatore Raplsarda John Dwyer Mnchael Merrm Wllllam
Hughes Karl Zurn Louis Gonzalez Thomas Capone Thomas
Przzo Rocco Sums: Jullo Gomez John Mylan TOP ROW Joseph
O Bnen Gregory Kung Lawrence Breen Wulham llanes Mrchael
Thackaberry Edward Nehersmnh Wrlham Blankenshnp Ella
Serravlllo Charles Groo James D R b
p onovan o er! Nair Marhn
BOTTOM ROW left to right Frederrc Wrzemann Francus Jones
Peter Greene George Dlmey John Ferry Ralph DlFrore John
Gaffney Kenneth Prlmm Eugene Haddock Michael OConnor
Owen Gormley James loPlccolo SECOND ROW Thomas Dev
any Werner Kohler Louis DeMayo Kenneth Pourla Robert
Acocellr Albert Kellam Rrchard Jones Kenneth Darrenzo
Mrchael Myers Thomas Barry Francls Grosso Peter Larlun
THIRD ROW Maurrce OConnell Nrcholas Salerno John Sum
John Cagglano James Rubertone Thomas Sullivan Rrchard
Butchok Kenneth Moffa James McNamara Anthony ONerll
Thomas Phelan Allan Hagelthorn Arthur Fonzo
BOTTOM ROW left to rlght Edward Dunn louis Monoylos
Gerald Harrington Rlchard Rarry George DAurla Edward
Smith Roger DeFllllppls Patrick Kenna John Pfelfer Michael
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lane, James Galligan, Anfhony Ruggiera, Donald Wolff. SEC-
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BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Thomas Donohue, John Cunning- Anthony Panellu, Vincent Carilli, William Healy, William Mayer
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Clarke, John Antonaccio, Michael DeAngeIis, Owen McMahon, Ralph Fiorito. THIRD ROW: Louis Obssuth, Albert lampasso
Joseph Garafola, James Augustihe, Clifford Muliero, Joseph Gerald Fassati, Kenneth Doyle, Gary Ryan, George King.
Glaser. SECOND ROW: Dominic Migro, Joseph Aurigemma,
BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Richard Caro, William Bebert,
McCarthy, William Flahive, Richard Hamilton, Charles
d Cusati Michael Perri, Stan-
Mortellaro, Edwar ,
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cavillo, Carmine Ferrara, Thomas Orr, Anthony lauetti, John
McCormick, Thomas Kiernan. THIRD ROW: Robert Helmond,
Paul Grossi, Anthony Conti, Anthony Garcia
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Kuyanjiam, William Pepe, Hugh Drum Johnson, Peter Mongillo, Victor Delucia, Brian Brodshaw, John Keen
Michael Dolan, James Tolleni, Peter Bederd, James McCarthy, Guy Yaguen ff
James Gerard, Ronald DelGuidice. SECOND ROW'
an, Gordon Kocher,
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Left to right: Thomas Lombardo, Peter McCarthy, Darryl Kowal,
Joseph Marrns, Xavier Goml a.
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Fierrara, John Matystik, Bruce McKenzie, Victor Costa, Vincent
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ROW: Brian Martin, Richard Capone, Albert Brown, Thomas
Naclerio, Thomas Henderson, Robert Imbres, Michael Moneagle,
Edward Graziono, louis Ferrotta.
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Robert Clprlano Richard Sowmskl Gerard Driscoll John Camp
bell Cord Rugen Angelo Napolr THIRD ROW Robert Johnson
Peter McKenna Dennen Reilly Charles Ward Thomas Krawlec
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ROW Thomas Mlddlemlss James Kelly Henrl Sessa Wllllom
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ham McGlnley oseph Marlon: Carl Diebold Donald Connor
BOTTOM ROW left to right Ruchard Ferry Tlmothy Hogan
Rodger ONelll Charles Reuben Nestor Montllla Mlchael
Blshko John O Donnell Ferdlnand Reubenocker Robert Chylak
Michael Daly Leonard Murphy Paul Boulad Patrick Kenna
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Alfred Mlra Raymond Wehner Gilbert Perez Matthew Sowul
James LoPlccolo Harold lynch J:-.hn Pfenfer Wnlluom Duffy
Wllllam DeltzC THIRD ROW John Sum Armando Aluo John
Groh Davld Scanlan Jullo Gomez Carlos Espinoza Karl
Zurn Edward Moneo Robert Donahue Phlllp Ahrens George
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leddy Alfred Renzo Clayton Hollinger James Donovan Ferdl
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ROW: John Van Otterloo, Joseph Hauser, David Gerra, Edward
O'Brien, Ronald Reuben, Dennis King, George King, Kenneth
Toohey, Lawrence Autorino, Joseph Martin, Lawrence Obsuth,
Robert Maunsell, John Cunningham. FOURTH ROW: Paul Grossi,
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Joseph Sherman, Anthony Reda, Edward Smith, Rodger Heile- Green. THIRD ROW: Thomas Flemly, William Flahive, John
man, Ronald longhney, Christopher Shea, lawrence Shields, McCarthy, Gordon Kocher, John Keenan, Richard Cronin, David
Ronald Senatore, Richard DiBenedetta, Umberto Armocida, Sparks, John Hanning, William Bebert, Richard Caro, Charles
George 0'Brien. SECOND ROW: John Bishko, Hugh Drum Mallery, Gregory Kopytko, Thomas Orr. FOURTH ROW: John
Johnson, George Cutrone, John Matystik, Barry Dielmann, Brian Iazetti, Anthony Garcia, Thomas Kiernan, John Francavillo,
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acino, Claude Puliccichio, Richard Jones,
Joseph Geraci. Middle Row: Paul O'Brien,
Charles Damiano, Richard Taranto, Joseph
Nisfa, John Scollard, Thomas Phelan,
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ASSOCIATE EDITOR , John O'Connell 4. ..
Volume XVII, No. 3 December, 1953
CO-EDITORS , Michael Cahill, Louis Zuccarello
SPORTS EDITOR ,.., Ralph Savarese
ASSISTANT SPORT SEDITOR Lawrence Thorp
NEWS EDITOR . Joseph Medler
FEATURE EDITOR . James McCarfhy
ART EDITOR , , . . Luigi Viola
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR ,.,. Raymond Flynn
CIRCULATION MANAGER John Scott-Monck
REPORTERS: T. Byrne, AF. DeRosa, J. Derrico, J.
"This will look better," agree co-editors louis Zuccarello and Michael
Cahill as they plan the format of the coming issue. Associate Editor
John 0'Connell and Staff Photographer Raymond Flynn are interested
spectators to the work on the lay-out.
Fortin, J. Gfeller, J. Gilligan, T. Haggerty,
J. King, D. Mulligan, V. Villacara, H, White-
man, W. Wolf.
FACULTY ADISER: Brother Kieran Martin
Published nine times yearly by the Senior Journalism Class at
Mount Saint. Michael, 4300 Murdock Avenue, Bronx 66, New York,
Brother Athanasius Norbert, Principal. Printed by Gramatul
Printers and Publishers.
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James McCarthy, John King, John Gfeller, and Frank DeRosa
gather for a lighthearted discussion of world events and the
effects on four budding iournalists.
The deadline has been met! Roll the presses! After submitting their
news stories, the Tower reporters take a brief respite from the grind
of accurate and equitable reporting. News Editor Joseph Medler ioins
Thomas Haggerty, Donald Mulligan and Victor Villicara in a lively
Sports play an important role in the Mountie's
life and the "Tower" Staff under Sports Editor Sav-
crese certainly does iustice to that role. Thomas
Byrne, Joseph Derrico, James Gilligan, lawrence
Thorp, and Herbert Whiteman gather about Editor
Savarese to discuss the coming issue of the paper.
John Scott-Monck stands by as the magic pen of Luigi
Viola goes through its paces. Guided by its master,
this same charmed pen creates the fine art work found
in each issue of the "Tawer."
Each month during the school year, the
upcoming issue of the "Tower" is eagerly
anticipated and then, upon its arrival, scru-
tinized with an intense interest. It would be
well to probe behind the scenes to view the
work behind a "Tower" issue.
News coverage is complete, the feature articles have been submitted,
all that remains in the actual publishing. Off to the Bronx-ville Printery
goes leo Fortin, issue in hand. The product of hours of labor is re-
turned shortly to an anticipating student body.
FROSH CELL MEETING: This typical Freshman Sodality group, lcnown as probotionists, convenes weekly to
discuss its spiritual, scholastic, and social problems. Their purpose is to better themselves and their fellow
f ller Christian life. The discussion is directed by the Prefect.
teenagers to lead a u
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t to rlghn Sene-
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Matthew C mo' prefect J h
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Arthur Vlggiano' re ect, Werner Kohler: vice pref
"Restore all things in Christ" might well be the seal writ-
ten on the heart and placed on the arm of every Sodalist.
The true Mount Saint Michael Sodalist undertakes to carry
out this apostolic command in a Marian way. ln our So-
dality each member strives to form himself in the spirit of
Catholic Action, a spirit so much a part of the papal mes-
sages since St. Pope Pius X. But he does this in a special
way, with a special spirit characteristic of a true Sodality,
the spirit of Mary. A sodalist is nothing if he is not filled
with the zeal of the Apostles, for he is not privileged to
belong to the company of Mary solely for his own sake, but
in great part that he might, under the banner of Our Lady,
strive to win all hearts to Christ. Realizing that he cannot
give what he does not possess, each Sodalist must try, day
by day, to bring himself closer to Jesus and Mary. This he
does by faithfully trying to live his Sodality Way of Life.
Then he may, and indeed he should, seek to find Christ in
the circumstances of his daily life, at home, in school, with
his friends, in a word, wherever he may find himself in the
fulfilling of his ordinary duties. This has been the ideal of
every Mount Sodalist, to render himself most fit in every
way to carry out the mission of his Queen and Mother: to
labor until Jesus be formed in the minds and hearts of all
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Sodality officers: Raymond Barry, Ralph Savarese, James
McCarthy, John O'Connell
Student Council 1953-1954
The Student Council chartered its course for
the scholastic year T953-54 in the early weeks
of October. The Councilors were presented with
a three point program and their eFforts were
directed toward the fulfillment of this three-
The aims of the Student Council were:
1. improvement of all social activities.
2. the support of all extracurricular activities
3. proper supervision of student council.
These endeavors were to enhance the scholastic
year with an all-embracing school spirit on the
part of each individual student.
The following Seniors were chosen for the
parts of officers in the October elections: Pres-
ident, Richard Hertel 4A, Vice President, Hugh
McGuire 4C, Secretary, Gregory Carney 4E,
Treasurer, Edward Dowling 4C.
The following boys were elected to the var-
ious class representative posts:
SENIORS: Thomas Krawiec, 4E, Michael Ca-
hill, 4B, Fred Turrin, AC, Robert Worhacz, 4D,
William Stiller, 4D, Joseph Derrico, 4A.
JUNIORS: Raymond Barry, 3D, William Duffy,
3B, John Mooney, 38, Michael Abruzese, 3A,
Louis Gundlach, 3E, Frank Gagliano, 3A.
SOPHOMORES: James Ryan, 2Dp Matthew
Connors, 2E, Robert Elmo, 2E, Thomas Barry,
The Student Council sponsored the Tower
staff's trip to Villanova to launch its campaign
of scholastic, athletic and social activities. Then
followewd the first skating party at the Mount
Vernon Arena in October. The first dance of the
year was held during the Thanksgiving holidays.
2 X H.,
The social calendar was abetted by the skating
parties of February 4 and March 165 the bas-
ketball dance evenings, which were culminated
by the well attended Valentine Dance of Febru-
ary. Miss Connie DePasquale, escorted by Jack
Cozza, won the sweetheart contest. She was
crowned by President Hertel to the delight and
with the approval of the 200 couples in attend-
ance. The final months of the scholastic year
witnessed the annual Bunny Hop, the first Junior
Hop on May 1 and the Senior Dinner Dance
held at the Concourse Plaza on May 26.
The S.C. fulfilled its pledge to support the
athletic activities of the school by sponsoring
the intramural program of basketball and
punchball. The foul shooting contest was held
during the second week of March. The Counci-
lors played an active role in all the school ral-
lies and supported the outstanding games of
the season by poster campaigns. Their all-out
efforts swelled Mountie attendance at the finals
of the Westchester basketball tournament.
Though not a disciplinary force the Student
Council continued its surveillance of the school
corridors and the bus stops. Student court was
held Thursday mornings and all charges were
disposed of with a keen sense of justice. The
Councilors served as ushers for the various
school functions which demanded such a service.
The panoramic view of the year presents a
picture of a corporate group working only for
the interests of the student body. Each member
of the Council deserves the highest accolades
for a job well done. Special recognition must be
given to President Hertel and his fellow officers
and the Senior Representatives for their sincere
interest in a program outlined during the early
weeks of October. A deserving word of thanks
is extended to Brother Vincent Dominic, As-
sistant Principal and Bro. Patrick Eugene for
their guidance and leadership as co-moderators
of the Student Council.
These three debating teams sport a 30-I5 recordg
l-rc Zuccarello and McKenna, Riordan Roett and
John lynch, Ronald Bratone and George Mirubella.
1-2 In the CFL Freshman-Sophomore tournament the
above debaters scored the best team total, winning
nine debates against three losses. lefo to Right:
Eugene Haddock, John Farrauto, George Hommel,
and John Coleman.
The "spoils" of victoryg louis Zuccarello with his
twenty-one trophies. The officers of the Forum talk
things over, I-r: John Malich, Secretary-Treasurerg
louis uccorello, Presidentg Jim Gilligan, Vice-President
left to Right: Werner Kohler, Bill Whelan, John
lynch, larry Groehl.
Because of the time element in year book publishing an
accurate account of forensic activities IS doomed to mcom
pleteness However If this years record begins where last
year s left off then the chronicle IS complete, If not current
Hugh spots m last seasons sprung session were Ben Car
ruthers and John Mallks two successive CFL firsts In dra
matics and Louis Zuccarellos first In CFL ex temp Car
ruthers and Zuccarello earned a trip to the Eastern finals
In Pittsburgh where Ben finished third in humerous oratory
and Lou placed second in has specialty The finals of the
second annual Marist Tournament mcluded seven speakers
five of them Mountles Carruthers won while Zuccarello and
Gllllgan tied for second
Outsandlng thus far this year have been the dramatic
team of John Malik and Bull Whelan, who won the CFL
dramatic tournament and of course Lou Zuccarello who
has won two CFL firsts in extemp as well as the Bronx CYO
The debaters narrowly missed the huge cup presented
by Fordham University In the Father Gannon tournament
They won sux of their eight debates tying for second place
Blll Whelan and John Mallch show some
of the hlstronlcs that won first place In
the CFL contest
Edward Delaney and Peter McKenna
emote In a scene from Death of a Sales
Front Row, l-r: Gerry Cahill, Eugene Haddock, Werner Kohler, Hugh 0'Rourke, James loPiccolo, George
Dimey. Second Row: Peter McKenna, George Mirabella, Richard Capozola, louis Zuccarello lwith CFI.
trophyl, Edward Delaney, John Malich, lawrencce Groehl. Back Row: James Gilligan, Riordan Roett, Don
Peterson, Ronald Bratone, John lynch, Bill Whelan, Thomas lewis.
JUNIORS: J. Mungiere, H. Lohman. J. Pizurro
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SENIORS: Back Row: J. Medler, J. 0'Connell, J. Scott-Monck, M. Cahill, F. McCIarnon, l. Thorp, L. Lawler,
l. ZuccurelIo.Fron1 Row: J. Mennis, D. Peterson, R. Sovorese
FRESHMAN CLASS: Left to right,
4th Row: J. Dinoia, G. Floratos,
0. Wolf, C. Gropp, R. Buckner, l.
Breen, R. Pettigrew, E. Hahn. 3rd
Row: T. Barry, T. Devony, P. lar-
lxin, R. Williams, R. lini, l. De-
Mayo, J. Mylan. 2nd Row: E. Skor-
slxi, F. Gunther, P. Breslin, T. Ca-
pone, W. Kohler, A. Altier. Ist
Row: F. Bradley, R. Allen, G. Dif-
fley, J. I.oPiccolo, R. Poolucci.
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Gallo, J. Coleman, J. Antenucci, J
Scomillio, G. lubrino, W. Duffy
Second Row: C. Ward, R. Elmo, J
Thomas, F. Tucci, G. Schofield, l
Caragine. Third Row: J. lambiase
R. Sowinski, J. lpparo, R. DeAn-
gelis, J. Nikolai. Fourth Row: N
loscuito, W. Whelan, A. Bartles, l
Graehl, J. Conroy, J. lynch.
Sixth, Fifth and Fourth Graders
Eighth and Seventh Graders
First, Second and Third Graders
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lo Mrs' Rol"'l"' new P'e5'denl' Luncheon and cord party at Mayev's
Pres. la Russo and her gracious helpers ot the bridge party in Mount's Memorial Gym.
Ronnie Rescigno is hauled down by a host of Mount tacklers.
MOUNT 6, EVANDER 'I3
The loss to Evander in the initial game of the 1953 foot-
ball campaign stunned loyal Mount football enthusiasts.
Defeated 'I3-6 the highly favored Mounties suFfered the
first opening game loss in Mount football history. Out-
rushed and out-passed by a hustling Orange and Black
eleven the Mounties managed to break into the scoring
column on a 45 yard touchdown pass from Frank Gagliano
to Tom Pagani. Another "first" in Mount football, ushered
in the same afternoon was the taking of motion pictures of
the game. High hopes were held for its help to the coach-
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MOUNT 6, ALL HALLOWS 0
Hampered by a rain soaked field, the Mountie gridsters
offensive was held to a lone touchdown win over All Hal-
lows. The steady rain which made ball handling and run-
ning difficult, also kept all but a few die-hard spectators at
home. Bill Krebs on a 4 yard plunge, scored what proved
to be the winning touchdown in the opening minutes of the
second half, after some brilliant running by Tom Acheson.
MOUNT O, CHAMINADE 7
When Chaminades' fumble on the 2 yard marker was
recovered by Bill Stiller in the fourth period of the game
against the Flyers, it seemed like this would be the turning
point of the game. It was the turning point alright, but un-
fortunately not for the hard pressed Mounties. Chaminades'
line held for three downs and when Jim O'Connor's try for
a field goal went wide, they took their turn with the pigskin
and marched the length of the field for the only score of
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113 Dowling finds the Chominade defenses :losing the gap
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.lack Ringel finds room as he swings the Mount's right end.
MOUNT 14, FAIRFIELD 38
Armistice Day saw the Mounties fall victims to a hard
hitting Fairfield Prep eleven on the winner's home grounds.
The Blue and Gold's two touchdowns came in the final per-
iod. The first was on a touchdown pass from Frank Gag-
liano to Bill Krebs and the second TD also was set up by a
Gagliano pass to Krebs good for 71 yards. Stan Guercio
going the remaining one yard on a plunge. Jim O'Connor
fThe Toei kicked both placements. On the return trip back
to Murdock Avenue, the stellar playing of Fairfield's ver-
satile back, .lack Ringel, was the topic of everyone's con-
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MOUNT 13, STEPINAC 7
With five minutes remaining in the game against Step-
inac the 7 point deficit faced by the gallant Mounties
seemed unsurmountable. But when COld Reliablej Bill Stiller
recovered a Crusader fumble on the 15 yard line the
Mounties tied the score on the next three plays. Tom Kraw-
iec running the ball over for the extra point. Not content
to settle for a tie Howies men went ahead in the dying min-
utes of the game when a Gagliano to McQuade pass set
up a score at the 15 yard line. Bill Krebs taking it over
from the three yard line two plays later.
MOUNT 14, HAYES 20
More than half of the 12,000 spectators at the Mount-
Hayes game went home with poor appetites to their Thanks-
giving Day dinners on this sad Thursday afternoon in No-
vember. This Turkey Day Classic which for eleven years
has thrilled many thousands of interested spectators was
evened up with a Hayes win 20-14. The record now stand-
ing at four wins apiece and three ties. Scoring the first three
touchdowns of the game on a pass interception, a blocked
kick and a 20 yard scoring pass, the Cardinals had little
difficulty in holding down the Mount offensive which didn't
get going until the final minute of the ball game. Scoring
twice in the final minute the Mounties managed to stave
off a shut out, but this was small consolation to the sad-
dened thousands in the stands at McGovern Field.
Coach Howie Smith
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FROSH TEAM: Seated: J. Grieco, T. Forkin, A. Donovan, R. Cor-
tese, T. Jung, G. Mayer, R. Maynard, R. Williams, W. Hartmann
Second Row: J. Kehoe, R. Delardi, R. Cusick, A. Viggianno, T
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The 1953 version of our freshman football club
added their bit to the prestige of our school in the
gridiron sport. The squad was composed of 38 boys
who worked hard and long to learn the fundamentals
of the sport. That they did so, is admirably refiected
in their fine record of 6-1, but their interest and spirit
are things that could not be put down in facts and
figures. As usual,.the vas majority of them had never
played organized football before, but this did not
hinder them from quickly assimilating the basic tenets
of the game. The members of the squad ranged from
a 6' 3" 220 pound tackle to a 5' 114 pound half
back, and again, as usual, size was not always a de-
termining factor as many of the relatively smaller
boys made up for their size by a little extra drive and
The season opened for the boys with a 19-13 win
over Chaminade. After spotting the visitors a T.D. our
boys had to fight back to draw even and then a 40
yard T.D. in the last quarter was the winner for us.
St. Helena's Hayes annex was the next team to suc-
cumb to the freshmen, the score being 25-6. Good,
hard blocking and tackling featured most of this game
and the final outcome was never in doubt. Pelham
Memorial was the next conquest of the freshmen.
Fine passing and running were featured in this 21-7
victory by our squad. St. Peter's Prep of Jersey City
eeked out a 13-12 victory over our frosh but not be-
fore they received a good scare. The final minutes
of the game saw our side throw a pass 65 yards
DeGranby, R. Ross. Standing: Bro. Denis Richard, H. lindbloom
L. Victory, W. Mergler, B. Leonard, J. McEIligott, A. Davenport
J. Connolly, B. Boyle, P. Germaine, G. DeToia, W. Blankenship
R. Buckner, Bro. Acquinas Richard, D. Cunnilfe fMgr.1.
through the air and the receiver ran it over for a T.D.
However, fate had its way and the extra point try
was no good, thereby giving our freshmen their first
loss. A T.D. pass on the first play of the game against
Stepinac frosh gave our boys a 7-O lead against the
Westchesters, and that's how the score remained till
the game was over. This victory was sweet but the
boys were still smarting under the loss to St. Peter's.
A return game with St. Helena's saw our frosh mark
up win 35 to the tune of 26-13. This game gave many
of our subs a chance to get into the action and they
gave a good account of themselves. The frosh closed
their season with a 6-O revenge win over St. Peter's,
the game being played in the Jersey City H.S. sta-
dium. The contest was rough but clean. The freshmen
used a 5-4 defense that stymied St. Peter's offense
to the extent that they did not penetrate our 30-yard
line. The T.D. for our side came in the last quarter
with but 3 minutes remaining. The victory was very
good but also hard-earned. St. Peter's was a worthy
foe and fought the Mount all the way.
The Jayvee team of next year should profit by the
line play of such boys as De Noya, Mergler, Breen,
Davenport, Mashella, Lenoard, Victory, Cortes, McEl-
ligott, Hartmann, Mayer and Buckner, while the back-
field composed of Germaine, Viggianno, Kehoe, Grie-
co, Donovan and De Toia among others give a good
account of itself. These are the boys who showed
promise of greatness in football if they continue to
On the surface, the cold statistics of a 19 games
won and 11 games lost season cannot do justice to
a team which faced the best teams in Catholic high
school competition. The tabulated record, though
true and official, cannot truly bespeak of the inspired
play of this year's team. ln order to "close out the
books" on this 1953-54 basketball season, we must
strike a true "balance," evaluate our progress on the
rectangular court and give due credit to our ever
capable coach, Mr. Bob Mulvihill.
Pessimistically designated for a cellar berth in
league competition by most high school reporters and
coaches alike, this year's squad finished 5th in the
league, well in front of Stepinac, Rice, Xavier, and
Power. ln winning eight of their league games, they
beat La Salle who went on to win the Catholic High
School Crown, and All Hallows who were "runners-
up" in the Knights of Columbus tournament. ln non-
league play, the' Mount met and defeated Manhattan
Prep which boasted an 18-O record as Division 3
Perhaps the most disappointing losses on the debit
side of our ledger were the defeat at the hands of
Stepinac in the Westchester Tournament, the five
point loss to St. Ann's in our second league meeting,
and the sudden death overtime loss to Hayes early in
No report on this season would be complete with-
out some mention of the ball handling and playmak-
ing ability of Gene McGuire and the finesse of our
high scorer Ralph Savarese. McGuire led the club in
assists with 118 while Savarese captured the scoring
crown with 485 points, and grabbed the most re-
bounds for a total of 201. Peterson and Breen kept
us strong in many a game by their respective scoring
and all-around hustle.
Looking over our findings at the close of the bas-
ketball season, we see that considerable progress was
made over previous seasons and that the entire team
deserves commendation for its play. We also find a
favorable balance left in reserve for next season with
a sound staff o fdirectors to lead the way in the years
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D'Anseglis, R. Parris, P. Sweeney, R. Barry.
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Hayes .............. ............
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VARSITY INDIVIDAUAL RECORDS
Games Field Free Toial
Name Played Goals Throws Poinfs Average Rebounds Assists
Savarese .................. 30 169 141 485 16.2 201 42
Peterson .................. 26 107 71 285 11.1 131 29
McGuire .................. 29 89 86 264 9.1 124 118
Breen ........... ........... 3 0 57 56 170 5.7 172 56
Guercio ..................... 24 41 62 144 6.0 104 51
Cassidy ..................... 15 47 36 130 8.7 73 11
Duffy ........................... 6 21 8 50 8.3 17 6
Springstead ............ 5 15 4 34 6.8 15 8
Hessenius ............... 6 17 16 50 8.3 ...... ......
D'AnsegIio ............ 4 7 11 25 6.3 ...... ......
Fazio ....,...... ..... 4 1 9 ......
Carroll ..,.. 3 3 9
Barry ........... 2 2 6
Sweeny .......... 1 2 4
Parris ........ 1 0 2
Back Row: left to right: Michael Frahm, James Shea, B.M,D., Vincent Fil-
iberto, louis Gundlach. Front Row: left to right: Donald Connor, Stuart
Merle, Ronald Freytag, Anthony Briganti, Daniel Healy, William Mariutto
Top Row: left to right: Richard lewis, Kieran Both, Henry Sessa, B.
Wm. James, William McGinley, Thomas Fish. Middle Row: left to right: it
Robert Gokey, Cord Rugen, Neil Dapolito, Robert Johnson, Robert Ka- Q!
minski, John Geiselmann. Bottom Row: left to right: Charles Burrows,
Robert Cerroto, Robert Clifford, Robert Joyce J
Front Row: left to right: Arthur Donovan, Salvatore Promuto, Hugh 126 Foulshooting Tournament Finalist: Ralph DiFiore IG
Dunne, Robert Donohue, Edward DeGranby. Second Row: left to right: Joseph Medler 4A
Fredric Monteleone, Dennis Smith, Bro. Timothy Leo, Donald Ritter,
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ran James Campbell John Burgos Wallnam Stlller John
Chrlstrunsen Vincent DeMouth Peter Cameron Thomas
Krawlec Second Row John Antenuccn John Brady Angelo
Fllupano Malcohm Denning Charles Wnlllams Charles Na
dell Dennls Burbndge Raymond Honey !MgrJ Thrrd Row
Martm Doherty Robert Kammsky Matthew Connors Rlchard
Cassetta Arthur Seckler Rlchard Sldoll Robert Elmo Kevm
Cooney lMgrJ Fourth Row Norman Cyprus Armand Odl
erna Harold Frisch Vlncent Pettl Wllllam Krebs Donald
Conway John Menms John MacNenl Peter Clarke Anthony
MOUNT NOVICE TEAM First Row left to
nght Louls Caraglne John Melchner
George Schofield Hugh McGulre Vincent
Flllberto Second Row left to rught Ber
nord Prendegast Charles Vrgola Frank
M:Kenna lawrence Groehl Charles Gallo
Joseph Rlccnorda Thud Row left to rlght
Gerard Scanlon Norman Cyprus Edward
Morgan Gerald Cahlll Potrlck McNally
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J. Sculone, A. Cortez, M. Thackaberry. Front Row: O. Gormley, J.GufTney, E. Smith,
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Middle Row: C. Nadell, V. Filiberio, L. Groehl, D. Healy, M. Cahill. Fronf Row: M
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P Germain R Crotty C Gallo A Santelll E Pettl R Buelmner E Hahn R Conelly Mgr
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St Helena s
St Ann s
Fordham Prep .................
O. L. Good Counsel .....
Iona Prep ..........................
All Hallows .......................
Fordham Prep ..............
St. Helena s .......,...............
Cardinal Hayes ..............
Manhattan Prep ...........
O. L. Good Counsel .....
All Hallows .......................
La Salle ........
St. Ann's .....
La Salle ........
Front Row Francis Tomanelll louls Grundlach Mlchael Abruzese Frank Wlest Robert Catherman Gerald
Robert Clprlono Robert Ruffnlo Wlllncm Thomma Robert McQuade Coach Howie Smith
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Stan Guercio, Bill Mariuho, Greg Carney,
Ralph Caufillo, Bob McQuade, Bob Elmo,
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