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

 - Class of 1958

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' 7,."- -ffl: ','..,-. -1 -iv, Lv?--, -, 15wne Sm: 20th Season v ward cn-maxes ' Council To Hold Elf Yiiigfv ,W ff ' J Txflgiisggilli ' I .gf 1 1 'I ' 4f .ufgfff xii: A' A9-' . S-Ta, seg , , .wp ,,.. L- ,i g ' f Af j -.W -- if 2 e Af ' 1? I i B 'ff l Av ' 1 san 9' um" i 2. U ,, 1 fe 4 . . MF 2' ,iffy what, A viii: ' Y Y , if N if W lsf Skafing Parly fdge . i . hffe O :M M 14,5-w"X 'iw-'S 141 M S 'Ops ef' 4, 'ff Le 9 af-'ue Je, e ' ' 4 S DUMP Cardi G 'IES I8 Pts. 1 Q 0 I G :To ,ef.26-30 - 0,-60' Science Fair 7. Set For March i Gr O pl Twv M Ol gg abd ay 0 Celebrat ol, Sf wP""' "Sy . mf-ws This ,V C111 rd ef' 1' Q 4 r . - co so 4 ,Ari 8'A Re Il N S C M Slate d For May Io M usiciang Qffer Annual Concert Borckmen 4th In City Championships: Fine Student Support Sparks Harriers Br MOH i FaI'f409l'y gg 661' 9 ' p 001- eh" e 0 Ps -fe :ending S i S i S eaPSd,oltud9n1-S ip I Clrships , f f i SeniorstoPromenade it M arists AtSheratonMay 7.9 V Fiftieth Speedster K Formef t Mentor ' OTC S n ln Sixth Y ea . A I Q 'J :I I7 zvlfg "WD me fi ff D I2 20 56 82 102 'IL Faculty Graduates Underclassmen Grammar Grades Activities ALLI This year's theme, "Around the Mount World In T80 Days," immediately suggests to the mind a travelogue. It implies a sight seeing tour of the Mount. However, it means a great deal more than merely that. It is not a num- ber of sights and buildings, but rather is a kaleidoscopic survey of a student's ioys, sor- rows, trials and tribulations. lt is the exuber- ant spirits of the prom, the anguish of a crushing football defeat. These events and the end they accomplish are our theme. Our trip around the Mount world is not an end but a means to attain an end. That end is our preparation to face the problems and difficulties of the social, reli- gious, and economic worlds we must encoun- ter after graduation. We are primed to meet these ditticulties by our Christian educators, those dedicated men who cast us into the mold of Christian gentle- men, so that we may realize that our trip around this world is only a route to the world of eternal happiness with God in Heaven. Qf A ff 7 2 r 1 4 , If 577' H' fi ey' k Mjfvglf id! !4f Z, 'Q qi , A V 'Q X uh A t -5. N '.4Ef,.4a,,,..x+, i 0 'ff' I 5 MOUNT ST. MICHAEL ACADEMY Bronx 66, New York BROTHER LEO VINCENT Principal Dear Graduates of l958, You are to be congratulated for the unique theme of your Yearbook, "Around the Mount World". It could serve as a future reminder of four years of activity and effort. Although new horizons and an even more mature life lie ahead, these years were not primarily a preparation for life, but rather true living. Each day has been important. Hence, we speak of the "sanctity of the present moment". Keep this thought ever before you. To you, who would attempt to "Know Thyself", the past four years will indicate the kind of man you now are. Your fortitude, prudence, temperance and sense of justice, have with God's grace, developed. So, too, your Faith, Hope and Charity. Our Holy Father, Pope Pius Xll, looks for youth to be the bright hope of the future. This can only be accomplished if your minds are illumined by the light of the Gospel, your spirits disciplined in Christian precepts, your wills strength- ened by grace. You are now this youth on the threshold of manhood going forth into the "market place" not to barter, but to justify Christ's faith in you. May our Blessed Mother, Queen of the Mount, grant you the gift of Wisdom. Sincerely yours in J.M.J., 7 wg, BRO. JOSEPH STEPHANE, F.M.S. Like his patron, St. Joseph, our Jubilarian has done his work for God in the quiet and unassuming manner of the Nazarine carpenter. ln the spirit of the hidden life, Bro. Joseph has labored to form Christ in his students and to carry out all his duties in the true Marist way-"T o Jesus through Mary." Bags ' 'mmm s!L,,,, i4rAiA,h.,iI If .fi A BRO. MARY ANDREW, F.M.S. The beautiful campus of Mt. St. Michael is a splendid testimony to the devotiowof a true son of Blessed Marcellin Champagnat. As the first treasurer of the Mount, Brother An- drew's foresight and planning have been amply rewarded in the beauti- ful property that has made Mt. St. Michael the pride of its faculty and student body. We wish to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for your service and devotion. ,,,,., ,ch , Y N if mmrmmgamzxmuzm ,Z ?sa-"' FATHER BERNARD HORST, S.M. FATHER JOSEPH MITROS, S.J. if VI 'ff :uw-w.....l mf' Chqplgin Chaplain A245 F 82? bf'- ' If' 4 .W I X1 Ei .f WH E ,s 'X A+ v 0 , A A"-u if BROTHER PATRICK EUGENE, E.M.S. "'- Decm of Siudies Q., ' v Ht' , , 'd 'r Q" ,ii ff' T' 55 ju-'uni' 1 BROTHER JOHN OF THE CROSS, F.M.S. BROTHER LAWRENCE JOSEPH, F.M.S. Treasurer Guidance Director i s BROTHER FLORENT AUGUSTINE, F.M.S. Deon of Discipline 'Hu I! g Xl D exe HWJYWW My 919 I - ,Q .w , if 3, 1,-if ' if M. .1 P I.. MW' Ev ,N x ff' .E Ei L WJ "W "ave Q 7 A X M-.I ,..-.rw A ff 13: GX I E s -'VL 1 YQ: I f cya Vx Q "4 1' -..NMMA rqsi 'Sai lv-rW"" Bro, Adrian Norbert, F.M.S. Bro. Aidan Norbert, F.M.S. Bro. Aloysious Damian, F.M.S. Bro. Alphonse Sylvian, F.M.S Librarian English, Latin Religion 3F, Spanish Maintenance ,Q x ff 'WY ff 447-,Mr .i'l2'5,W'v V 1,1 M 4 I ,,f4f..,m1-..,. m.,..,,, Bro. Bernard Xavier, F.M.S. Religion IB, English Bro. Bernard Frederick, F.M.S. Religion 48, Social Studies, Mechanical Drawing , I '-2' 48" 7 A v , 4 Jw '5'-uf ' ,,,,,,- ' 2... Bro. Brendan Lawrence, F.M.S. Religion lG, English, Latin -H in Religion 4E, Mathematics, Bro. Charles Patrick, F.M.S. Smden' Council Religion 2H, Social Studies, World History I4 Bro. Cletus Richard, F.M.S. .,,,.....1-N Bro. Constantine, F,M,S, 3.4, , . A ff' WM , f , 'P ,.., Ma X 1 f 'U' 'Nr , I ' V 4 ci l I rx! .3 1. vid ur 7, W Bro. Dems Christopher, F.M.S. Religion IC, Mathematics Bro. Edward Lawrence, F.M.S American History, Forum, Bro. Daniel Emilian, F.M.S. Scholarship Class Prefect , if ,N 145 1:2 fc A-A A ,sm 'X Bro. Francis Matthew, F.M.S. Religion 3G, American History Bro. Francis Robert, F.M.S. Religion 2E, American History, Bro. Emile Michael, F.M.S. phomgmphy Club Modemfo, Procurator H- cr . , 5? i w A' W' Q .... -C""' Bro. Gabriel Francis, F.M.S. Bro. Gilbert Donateur, F.M.S. Bro. Gilbert louis, F.M.S. Bro. Henry Joseph, F.M.S. English, Band Moderator Religion 3Af English, Religion 2Cg Biology, Religion 4A, Mathematics, Latin, Sodality -I5 Physical Science Spanish . ,+ WQN ' b fri, in Q7 L "4 r r 1 I ' I Bro. James Francis, F.M.S. Bro. Jaques Michael, F.M,S. Bro. Julian Ernest, F.M.S. Bro. Kevin Aloyslus FMS Chemistry, Spanish, Religion YE, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Religion 2Ag Biology Baseball Moderator Social Studies Science Club Yearbook . 0 N wifi 'R f ' 1 ' I Xen' Bro. Kevin Edward, F.M.S. Religion 38, Mathematics ., ' l 1' ,Q7',3,f-1h.+', uk JW, Bro. Michael Norbert, F.M.S. Bookstore Bro. Maurice George, F.M.S. Religion 28, Mathematicsg Spanish, Sodality NX Bro. Myles Eric, F.M.S. Religion IH, French, Typing: Soclality I6 Bro. Michael Damian, F.M.S. Religion 2Ff American Historyf Social Studies fa' R . S31 if In '55 ' 'Ha an in We V Bro. Patrick Martin, F.M.S. Religion 4G, Mathematics, Football Moderator Bro. Peter Chanel, lnfirmarian F.M.S. Q ,V- Q Bro. Patrick Roch, F,M,S. Bro. Paul Andrew, F.M.S. Bro. Paul Felix, F.M.S. Religion 2G, English, Mathematics, Prefect Typing, Poster Club Basketball Moderator, .l.V. Basketball Coach G-I 'sn Nu-... ' Bro. Raymond Arthur, F.M.S. sc f, ,- A Q -4-.1 a L Religion 4F, World History, Track Moderator ' ,FQ -Q A , slr ii, ,-'. , E , QU.. f? Bro. Robert Eugene, F.M.S. Religion 3D, Chemistry, Mathematics, Freshman Football Coach Bro, Richard Anselm, F.M.S. Religion 4C, Mathematics, Spanish, Jr. Scholarship Class 5 1. Bro. Robert Jerome, F.M.S. Religion ID, General Science E fe. A -,. " ,fa -9. ,. L 1 ly-N ZX 1.-., Q Bro. Roy William, F.M.S. Bro. Sfephen Anfhony, F.M.S. Bro. Stephen Joachim, F.M.S. Religion IA, English, Religion 3C, English, Dramafics English, Tower General Science if 'Eg 'a - 4 is Bro. Timoihy Paul, F.M.S. My Bro. Vincent Xavier, F.M.S. Religion 2Dg French, QQ Ex Religion 35, World Hisloryg General Science ' Economics, Social Studies 7-2 I , gr dr' ,f Bro. William Bernard, F,M,S, Chemistry, Science Club, Mounf Molhers' Club Moderalor Bro. William Arthur, F.M.S. Religion IF, English,- Malhemarics, Sfagehands 18 96: Bro. William lgnahus, FM,S Religion JH, English Track Moderator , Rf X S' 3' e ,Qi -luis Ji Bra. William James, F.M.S. Religion 4Dg Englishg Towerg J.V. Baseball Coach cgi. I l L .iibifffl-if' ' if '?2m2w4s"g. Iwi: 3.15 , ,N xiii: ,ja . NJ J, xx 44.7 L+ I 4. ,fig 'i -,Y 42 V41 ' L '2 4' 1 N 0 2251" ' A 1 X 'T' 1 3:11 ff ' Mr. Alfred Kull Physical Educationp Social Studiesg Assistant Football Coach V-Q., me nw ' fc, ' 4' igkgvw , N A N' Mr. Howie Borck 5 faq, N, Track Coach 'X 1....- A ... Mr. James Klingel lf Basketball Coach 4 I ., Dr. A. J. Reuther Music lnstructorg Band Director wiv iz, ' , 3 I . 4' :si g 2 A 4 ' :f - V 2 WI v lat WN 'fa ,1.fcv5G4"' ' f' 25 EE 5351 was ll is if , , 1 LX v fag tk. saga!-'I 9' A jiff- sgri ,,. f: :tp sv-3.5 - ': villa 1. M- 32522 6 ,,,,,.-.-A ' ,......4 ing., Siva- tv 1 Mr. Howie Smith Mrs. Loretta Pace Mrs. Mary Rasoto Varsity Football and Secretary Secretary Baseball Coach 19 Q ,I N-1 -5 , R J TF gyfiyigx 9 Fwfis 1 Wg 5- ar X J ,f bf 3 'v 1 ' ui .1-ff "ll J 0' ik A in J" E. HWY .J 5613 ' 1 ln, .3 ' is 1 . 3 t"TTY' ! , I N l X Y , X l . i Jack J. Agliata 2275 Washington Ave. Bronx 57, N. Y. Honor Society 3, Band l. Qin ng ' rd' if X 'v N. f Richard L. Barbuto 644 E. 235th St. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 4, Honor Society 3, Band l,2, Dramatics l,2, Pos- ter Club l,2, Track l,2, ln- tramurals l,2,3,4. 392 Peter N. Aitoro 629 Kimball Ave. Yonl-cers 4, N. Y. '-4 ,- 41.1, 1- -zu 1- ,. Frank A. Amoruso 2 S. 9Tl'1 Av 9. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Sodality 'l,2,3,4, Honor So- ciety 3, Science Club 3,4, Photography Club 4, Cheer- leader 4. ,Q f?s Kp ' Albert J. Amodio 3565 Bruckner Blvd. Bronx 6'l, N. Y. Soclolity 4, Science Club 3, ln tromurals 2,4. Yi , 1 , A - v Louis T. Barberio 2435 Prospect Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. Sodality l,2,3,4, Basketball 'l,2,3,4, Baseball l,2,3,4. fN. John J. Bassano 2501 Hol'tman St. Bronx 58, N. Y. General Excellence 2- Soclali A 1 ' Gerard V. Bath ty , Honor Society, Football 4, Basketball l, Intramurals 3. ,ii s -I 3l3l Waterbury Ave Bronx 65, N. Y Honor Society l,3,4. ins hs.. X. .- ,qi fl 22 l l 1 WN? ,-,prank Edward J. Beatty 4206 Carpenter Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 3,4, Band l,2, Poster Club 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, ln- tramurals 4. Ralph A. Belotti 839 E. 2l8th St. Bronx 67, N. Y. Intramurals l,2,3. 4. .L 1, Mvw 4 , I , . . 7, , er 1 , f f f -' v:0f,?," . . l- , '-Y :wwf me fu- -- -- ,I f 1 ' 4 iii' if S'51lj?f ei: ,- , . 1, V11.5313?,7i,e.,,,,,,Q-lfv.,4 4' Y 935, "lv:-flY,'f' ff ,114 , fizgfcf ' ,vue gif,p2:ffl.,7-zu' pf f I, Q' fp f' I 'l.'L,-'7'y,5'f.'y?fl.,. f 5, ,,f.J,',jf4.-cfqvfyx 4 v' "Z 2'.fif'f.' ,"f-.xflwfijfi?-.171 Anthony P. Bimbo 736 Rosedale Ave. Bronx 72, N. Y. Sodality l,2,3,4, Poster Club 4, Science Club 3, Track l, Photography Club 4, Intra- murals 3. Michael J. Bishko 29 St. James PI. Clifton, N. J. 1 General Excellence 3, Sodali- V' ' U ze ty 3,4, Honor Society l,2,3,4, V V N ' Band l,2,3, Forum I, Drama- ' A tvs. K "' Q- tics 3,4, Science Club 3,4, , -1-f Mountaineer 4, Intramurals I, 1 . ' 3,4. 7 I y ' Thomas J. Bottiglieri . l-,. 800 Chestnut Sf. I f BW 67' N- Y- lll. , .. . General Excellence 3, Heeef , W f f 4, ,lf., fgyj-'fe 3- Soclety, Baseball 2, Intro- "VA .,.l.lll murals 4. Pascuole A. Bottino Jghn E, Brgderigk 5203 Avenue L 38118 Gg3ceNAlQe- Patrick F. Brennan B kl 4 ronx , . .. 50 Agnolo SL roo yn 3 , N. Y. F0l'Um 3,47 Dramatlcs 3,4, Yonkers 7' N. Y. Science Club 2,3,4, Track 3 T 4, F tb II l,2. I I , ower oo C Sodality 4, Forum 4, Dra- nlmmumsgfl matics 4. , iv- .,.,,. I x 947 4 ' I 197W A I ' l I if , 'Fri .4 5 f,,..,.f fy . Q I ,Z Y., ,, ,EA if K- .. A, ,mp . .1 .I 'e 414 f 'fi ' ' gy ' ' jr .. -415.541, .V ' . . , 4 M V I ff 4 2 , lt 4 . ' 3 1 4 f ee . he 535,21 I 1, Ea if K, f 'fi' z., eg' Q is , . ' Je, A' We' lil ffl? Lf", if ,l "M fi? '4 xx., fre X I X Ronald J. Buckingham 3951 Amundson Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Band 3,4, Tower 4, Intramur- als 1. n', -.- -7. Thomas G. Byrne 2540 Valentine Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. Science Club 3, Track 1, In- tramurals 2,3,4. K. ,Q Q r - '1 '53 Jeffrey G. Brown 3050 Perry Ave. Bronx 67, N. Y. Science Club 3, Intramurals 2,3. Thomas P. Browne 2011 New Bold Ave. Bronx 61, N. Y. Sodality 3,4, Football 4, Intra- murals 4. -'QQ ,,-ff' William P. Burke 3231 Corlear Ave. Bronx 63, N. Y. Honor Society 3, Football 4, Intramurals 1,2,3. ,Q on vw- . 1' I M .. X .1 x 1 . x Q - . k " . , pf. 3 - ' P1 .I If' il -' ' . 'ig H Paul E. Cacchione 65 Third St. North Pelham, N. Y Science Club 3, Track 4. 'WU' -" JY NN..- Peter J. Byrne 1807 Archer St. Bronx 60, N. Y. Sodality 1,2,3,4, Forum 1,2, 3,4, Tower 4, Mountaineer 3,4. I tl 63 5. -CI T7 Q4 N k . Ralph E. Calamari 35 Kimball Terr. Yonkers 5, N. Y. Honor Society 'I,3, Football 1,25 Intramurals 4. XX.-f : ' - . A I .- W . . . ' - xx in 'Q if ' Cm . N 3 I 'K 5 XY. Q1 , gy. X John A. Cammerato 693 E. 236th St. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 4, Intramurals I,2,3. "Y X X Xa u v Donald C. Carguilo 934 E. 24Ist St. Bronx 66, N. Y. Legion of Honor 2,37 Sodali- ty I, Student Council 3,4 Basketball I, Football I,2,3, 4, Intramurals 2,3,4. f9a7"'n it W-f Q 1,w"j1r ,f . - cg. WIYW WN' f I , - ",' , 4 il: ,'-..,",.'7. t .15 la. 2'1 ll, ' iirii 2 if if Leonard P. Calbo 742 Morris Park Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Honor Society l,2,3, Science Club 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. John E. Cameron 4442 Hill Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. General Excellence 'lp Soclali ty 2,3, Honor Society I,2,3,4, Science Club 3, Tower 4. 4. ,,- I Thomas J. Canavan 23 Rockaway Beach IO4tI1 St. New York 94, N. Y. Intramurals 'I,2. ,iz 1424 fx l iqgliitv fm ,,, VV my 'I 'xr V-...-..,, 1 ff ' ' 3 lv " ff " 3 6 -v'. ,. fwffyfry ,,,V .V V . iii Michael T. Cargiulo 42 King Ave. Yonkers 5, N. Y. Basketball Manager I, Intra- murals 3. Vv ,aw fa I pw-Yr f .f Peter J. Cangialosi 3001 Briggs Ave. New York 58, N. Y. Intramurals l,2,3,4. a Vfvvwgai . .. I 5 1 1 5 'Q ,Qi .V 1 X 4 ig , I W , . ,A in IH I 5. Fyitg. ' 45 mm, Q I Edward G. Carr Asharoken Ave. Northport, L. I. Sodality 1,25 Dramatics 3,4 Science Club 4, Intramurals 4 pw'-I Q... - 1 I '5s,p.-C ,fx ' 1 Xi ' - if 5 :Sig fx . , 1 xy John C. Casey 647 St. Lawrence Ave. Bronx 72, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,4. rd 4: , xv' 1 1, f W, ,..f if Q Thomas J. Cashel 1345 Shakespeare Ave. Bronx 52, N. Y. Sodality 3, Track 1, Intra- murals 1,2,4. Michael M. Castellano 2881 E. 195th St. Bronx 61, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Richard J. Catanza ro 2300 Glebe Ave. Bronx 62 N. Y. Robert M. Cea 333 Beach 146th St. New York 97, N. Y. Science Club 3, Track 1,2, ln- tramurals 1,2,3,4. x A 1 A Mo- . u . I 1 " Anthony F. Cavalli 931 Cranford Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Science Club 3,4. S.. ' 4 1. ,- J Albert L. Castellano 4040 Carpenter Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 1,2,3,4, Honor So ciety 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4 Intramurals 1,2. cp U K. 1 nr'- Peter A. Chartier 74 Van Cortlandt Park S. Bronx 59, N. Y. Track 1, Intramurals 1. " Robert L. Chartier 64 Stone Lea Pl. New Rochelle, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. HJ 1 '29 ? I . .JB-al' ' -, . 'P rf! N c I Mark Cheresposy 332 W. 23rd St. New York 11, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. John E. Cinguina 1839 Bussing Ave. New York 66, N. Y. it , General Excellence 1,2, Sci- li I gb ' ence Club 3, Intramurals 1,2, 4 -gb.: f 4'7"""'k 'Km , f ,Q n l,U6 I K. rtci than ' . Robert P. Clark 1507 Metropolitan Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Truck 'I,2,3,4, Intramurals 1, 2,3 4 Philip E. Cioffari 9 Metropolitan Oval Bronx 62, N. Y. Sodality 1,2,3,4, Forum 1,25 Tower 4, Track 1,3,4, Intra murals 1,2. William G. Clemente 454 E. 160th St. Bronx 51, N. Y. Sodality 3, Intramurals 4. JK! 5 . 215. ft. 1 -V.-3,3f? . 'X Wg v.. ,115 1- -15- K, ,rfi . " f -if IP: . fgqcfii-wi ' 'elif ' 'ffzhW.U.,f-fm., ,703 .1-,-. . M Vgydmww. 6.91 'av-9' , ,W ..., ,, fl "4 f, if X 1 I f , , ! ' f 2131, 1 , , 1 K , f ff f f if wa rw ff? . aww, 1 ' ,ff 'f fzzfyty zv if .-z rf, We 'Aff I A f W lf' 5 ,+ w . ' ..y4.,g5' 4 ,I .4 ty 1 gi." wr .rf 4, ,i A 1 x ' af 12.4 ' 5 ft, if f 44 , 'K 2 fi 1 y f f 7 K X fy HM f M ' Jfyfmf , . Denis J. Chiappa 756 St. Oven St. Bronx 70, N. Y. Sodality 1,3,4, Intramurals 1 2,3,4. ,Qf , ex. W 'W' . my , N . l . ff 1 G M- 1 fx X ji M, I lfii. .IJ I xx 3. Joseph F. Cloidt 4396 Martha Ave. Yonkers 5, N. Y. Track 1,2,3,4. if .t,V 'T Q f fly? John P. Connolly 251 E. 239th St. Bronx 70, N. Y. N General Excellence 3, Sodali- J ,' ty 1,2,3,4, Student Council 4, , .44 rn ,1 V Tower 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, is two., I Intramurals 4. "' sw' M" 'I I 'll T. X John J. Consentino jc.. Yi f 3950 Bronx Blvd. , ,. Bronx 66, N. Y. if-sw-a'r.. ' ws.:- f.. e , ,.t. , g .kia K, ug Sodality 1, Intramurals 1,3,4. , fi 4 f ,Q David E. Cote 7 N. 9th Ave. , MT. Vernon, N. Y. Daniel G. Cremmlns 's uf 11 .. 'ii-fi 5f.iQ'j-IT' lei 'I 1.-iifgjes, -gf'.211'f:'- iff' .1, 2 -I--4-. .',,f-f.:-A - A.,fa::. 1, ....:-.'-.e,.. 1, if .-. V-..,,, . 15.21.-A 2 2111, 'fel " .A 5-,: ..-. :fW:?.,1.':f' ' f 111.45 'ln'-T.-V-7. fr. 5.-33.,,31!: :,-,...-42' '- g zf,:1,.,-,di .jg twigs- -3. ,. 'g-jrf.: .""2'1nY' . ,Y e ff' 1 1 45,4 "f fb 1 ' X wr ' X if K 1 ,x ' 3,1 . .- -1 1 A :cis 1 ,.. -I A Glennon L. Cooper 2190 Madison Ave. New York 37, N. Y. Legion of Honor 1,27 Sodali- ty 1,2,3,4, Student Council 3, Football 1,2, Track 1,2,4. nn wp-s .- SS , sf' .g," A1321-12,717 fy szdf 'I -W, 4' ' '51 Ia: fl f" 4t',."' 5 fi. fi I' lf? .'f.!'f 4. 'H fy,-f'!' J: IJ! If ,. V ..' I lg." 54" 5: 1-' ,II1 ei' Lawrence R. Cummins 39-12 58th St. Woodside 77, L. I. Sodality 1,4, Poster Club 1,2, 3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Intramur- als 1,2,3,4. Sodality 1,2,3,4, Football 2, Track 1,4. K' 'Q' '17 Hubert M. Cunniffe 2122 Watson Ave. Bronx 72, N. Y. Tower 4, tg Science Club 3. '23 -T? P. v i- X gr' 4"II 7 H-.I ff Sh . 'E 5 N 28 3106 Third Ave. Bronx 57, N. Y. General Excellence 1, Sodali- ty 3,4, Football 1,25 Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. -.D ix 2 I? Y YL'-V I. XJ I N. John A. Cunnion 246 E. 202nd St. Bronx 53, N. Y. Sodality 1,4, Football 2,45 Basketball 2, Track 1, Base- ball 2,3,4, Intramurals 3. Kw- II ...Il if X . I ' . AQ.- f ' .e i'.:1iXs Q Frank M. De Filippo 4321 Murdock Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Basketball 1,2,3,4. 24" 'Q fvi O X Nr, Vincent A. Digilio 3022 Wallace Ave. Bronx 67, N. Y. Sodality 3. Emanuel M. Damboragian 4250 Digney Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. General Excellence 1, Track 2, Intramurals 4. Brendan R. Davenport 3092 Hatting Pl. Bronx 65, N. Y. Sodality 1,3,4, Forum 4, Sci- ence Club 3. Joseph A. Derrico 905 Plymouth St. Pelham Manor, N. Y. Poster Club 1,2,3,4, Track 1, Intramurals 3,4. ,f.-mmm SE gig, 1 .A 'V 1 itkwfv? fbi:-V,-Y ll :: ..:T.,h 3, 3 .' 'L-.-f f ' .Q tii' ' to A new . r W, x X9 5 X, + QJM' it . A 31559121 h Y .. W .H HJ KAN' I fl' is 1 1 lxik r n Qs Qi X Q .:' 14. - .. !E,i',1,u 1- -' ii, Fa' 'mwvx P. HST, tat V , 9. , 1 4 1 .g V F ll Edmond A. Di Santo 3130 Hull Ave. Bronx 67, N. Y. Science Club 3, Track 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ,af 29 ? , ,Z 7 aw. f I 16? 1 , .. f,,, W, ff " 7. I , 4. 1:5247 'Q - ' ,f, "4 f .1 , I-4 , L, V :I Mf'Zlf"f'Q' V Ji. , 1 I A 9 .f 1.-ws. 4:1-. P ,,,, ff , A' ' 5 . . , , . 55,1112 'rffr'ff'i'f': yn., H f ,,,,...... .,, 1 . , mfg. . ,H-, ,-V: r,.,,-.. .,,,S .,f? ,, at 'V fu ff:""f-fifii.-5 wi . ' Lf 3 .fittui v- ' l I'4.fw:'.3.w2i'f'5,L.-511 Joseph C. Di Carlo 4045 Duryea Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Forum 1,2,3,4, Tower 4, Dra- matics 4, Intramurals 3,4. . wir ltlllllll'il"'vf1Ef.'.,l.' U ,f,:- -:cr A ,M Q 4 ...- Thomas E. Dodd 2315 University Ave. Bronx 68, N. Y. Sodality 1,25 Track 1,2, ln- tramurals 2,3,4. Thomas F. Donahue 2417 Valentine Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3. .lex 'WM . Qi. " ..'?:r:g - . - 4 gm.,-Q - 3- fn-:sv..?5' H. . s'eSFQZv:',. - 5" ' '.-11,r:.5f', .-Elf 'lf-ff' 'I---Q. 5-'iz 3523-7.12-:H " ' EQQ-'Q' :QI ,ski Fi 3. .-3 ,' 'L fx -'F' 'L 5 . ' ,f.,.,v . Joseph W. Dryer 855 Logan Ave. Bronx 65, N. Y. Sodality 2,3,4, Track 2, In- tramurals 3. ...I rc! h, ti ,J I X -N x, . . Q ...Q-A Q -N... 3' I A-f Thomas J. Donahue 518 S. 8th Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. James F. Donovan 918 Bryant Ave. Bronx 59, N. Y. Sodality 4, Intramurals 1. Thomas J. Dowling 2834 Heath Ave. Bronx 63, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Joseph A. Durante 2900 Morris Park Ave. Bronx 61, N. Y. Intramurals 2,3. 1:4 N 'TBrian J. Donato 126 E. 83rd St. New York 28, N. Y. Sodality 1, Poster Club 2,3 Science Club 3, Track 1,2. X 0' - 5 N J I f QQ" ig.. x X' . tv , - NN - - Xl . to -X X B fe. Lawrence K. Ekert 1813 Radcliff Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Basketball 1,2,3,4, Football 1, 4. .arid 5,1 '- 4' -'-iam Edward V. Farrell 2468 De Voe Ave. New York 68, N. Y. Track 1, Intramurals 3,4. . .jfsl ' 1 nk.. 1 . ...FA .. -A K X I 'Mfg . ...ass ev.-Q.. g - 555. 'i 521. ' . tgrxx F X... Q. s..9g.f Kitffg 5- 6 I f ifty I .xiii V ' '23 1 "'f"' X , X ' A y K ,- John N. Fellin 1627 Van Buren St. Bronx 60, N. Y. Sodality 4, Basketball 1,2,3 4, Football 2,3,4, Track 3,4 l I ,, ., g f ,a fr-f ' - 5 A I A 'lL'k 'nw Wm' ..-6... ,M I I I , Frank E. Farrell 58 Woodbine St. Brooklyn 21, N. Y. Basketball 2, Track 1. Anthony F. Fazio 2078 Edenwald Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Legion of Honor 3, Sodality 1,2,3,4, Student Council 4, Football 2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2. Robert J. Fausel 150 E. Third St. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Football 2, Intramurals 1,2 3,4. upurf Joseph T. Feeley ., fi, ,",.f2,Q2g.., 1- 2732 Bainbridge Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. I ntra m u ra Is 3. I I- - Robert P. Fereday 4326 Edson Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Legion of Honor 1, Sodality 1,2,3,4, Track 1,25 Intramur- als 1,2,3,4. 'Hr' , , ,,.f y I M I . . , it '.z ""J'.f .': 5' ' ,:"-'Lf' M22 173424 f A r 'YQ " 5' Eva' -,L :sir , f , y , 4' ' 5. .f' f funn f fi sf... -'4"fz',ai f 5 - 4 .:' H12?f' -1 . . .. .., 4, -- --. -I .. .11 .-1 Philip P. Ferrara 2416 Dorsey St. Bronx 61, N. Y. Q-'Wx X.:-s t 55 I X .X ,V av: Q5' Q, James A. Ferraro 123 Overlook St. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Thomas P. Finn 440 E. 147th St. Bronx 55, N. Y. General Excellence 3, Honor Society 1,2,3,4, Sodality l,2, 3,4, Forum 3, Science Club 3, Tower 4, Mountaineer 4, Track 1,2, Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. Raymond P. Fisher 417 E. 187th St. Bronx 58, N. Y. General Excellence 1, Sodali- ty 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 4. gf" 'if ,.r V George J. Fichter 475 Morris Ave. Bronx 51, N. Y. .0-Q '...' rv ' ff' , ,f -r W Martin J. Foley 1540 St. Lawrence Ave. Bronx 60, N. Y. Soclality 2,4, Yearbook Photography Club 4. N2 -v' 3: 6: nn. Qfm...-r Gerald A. Filardi 2233 Esplanade Ave. Bronx 69, N. Y. Sodality 2,3,4, Student Coun- cil 4, Science Club 4, Basket- ball l,2, Baseball 3,4, Intra- murals 3,4, Basketball Man- ager 3,4. '25, - William A. Fircz 396 Albany Ave -.- Q At", Lindenhurst, L l 1 Soclality 3, Track 2. . 1 161' - ,N . . fl' X l C N xxx t 1 fit Vincent A. Foresta 4261 Bronxwood Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Track l, Intramurals 1,4. WP! Brian C. Fox Peter D. Fugazzi Kenneth G. Gamble 318 W. 100th St. 4622 Carpenter Ave. 530 E. 234th St. New York 25, N. Y. Bronx 70, N. Y. Bronx 70, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Photogra- Legion of Honor 3, Sodality Sodality 3,41 Intramurals 2,3, phy Club 4. 1,2,3,4: Forum I: Tower 4, 4. John E. Gannon 2500 Arthur Ave. Photography Club 4. Edward J. Garcia MQ' JDS? 156 115th St. Bronx 58, N. Y. General Excellence 2, Sodali- ty 4, Intramurals 1,2,3. 4. ' Joseph P. Garvey 4157 Gunther Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 3,4, Dramatics 4, Football 1,2. ff.-P New York 94, N. Y. Band 1, Track 3, Photography Club 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Joseph R. Giallo 2553 Yates Ave. Donald B. Gerrity S d Bronx 69' N' Y' , , tu ent Council 4, Band 1,2 2724 Umversny Ave' 3,4, Football 2,3,4, Intramur Bronx 68, N. Y. GIS 1 l l N. W, 'tx 144' Us 2 , at vw' 'Q uf" fi ' I X M. K ta ef.. Intra Joseph Gibbons I5 Columbia Pl. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. murals I,2. v-of 11" 34 G John P. Hagan 2486 Valentine Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. 93057 T we Michael R. Gilligan 'l7OO Metropolitan Ave. New York 62, N. Y. Legion of Honor I, Sodality 3,45 Forum l,2,3, Intramurals I,2. John E. Granahan 1565 Odell St. Bronx 62, N. Y. Sodality 'I,2, Band 3, Tower 4. Vincent A. Griffin ISIO Unionport Road Bronx 62, N. Y. Band I,2,3,4g Intramurals 3, 4. Stephen D. Haley 4428 Van Cortlandt Park E. Bronx 70, N. Y. Sodality I, Band l,2,3,4. in "DL ,X , .. tw f-'Y Edward J. Gilmore 2463 Tiebout Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. Football 'l,2,3,4, Basketball I, Track 2,45 Intramurals 2,3,4. 4? if V .f .wt I, S . I r Charles S. Harrington 2674 Bailey Ave. Bronx 63, N. Y. Football 2, Intramurals I,2,3 4. v wqwf X M, N I K XT:Fs+Qpf X . X I X ff 4' . l' --f of mv ., . .- 'IL' I 1' ,K 1 Jeremiah F. Healy Paul F. Heiclrich -l059Ph Hendfie 166 E. 205th St. Bronx 58, N. Y. Track I. qv!" 2 . A In Ralph J. Herreros 'I4 Elm St. Newark, N. J. Intramurals 'l,2,3,4. 2728 Marion Ave. 361 E- 13891 Sl- Bronx 58, N. Y- Bronx 58, N. Y. Intramurals 1. John F. Henry 'll50 Nelson Ave. Bronx 52, N. Y. Band 'l,2,3,4, Intramurals 2, 34 34" , . John J. Herlihy 37 Amackassin Terr Yonkers 5, N. Y. Legion of Honor 3, Sodality I234 Student Council 4 Basketball 34 Baseball 23 Martin B. Hickey 2049 McGraw Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Science Club 3, Intramurals l,2,3,4. an Mk' 4z,,,p 6 Z M-i vm... 45- si ' IQ. 1 sk. . William M. Hickey 3916 Secor Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. 36 x 744 E. 183rd St. I gl 5 Daniel J. lezzi 'Yu pi . V93 +-wg . - M V ' x Edward S. Hightower 1175 Fulton Ave. Bronx 56, N. Y. Legion of Honor 2, Sodality 4, Band 3,4, Tower 4, Track 1,2, Cheerleader 2, Intramur- als 1,2,3,4. Peter J. lmmediato 714 E. 232nd St. Bronx 66, N. Y. Paul Juergens 3672 Har er Ave. P Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 2,3,4. 'Qui X-N-45' s N- I . A , X .t X., 13 "?,. N - lt., i Y- 9 h- , A - slim .1-1'-"'+ fs "H .M-T' 1 1. ,.'L.'..,, 3 .Eivi- fwfiw -:-2 --CEN if ' is 1 s ifslvzgi., fwgfia. il .. .gzfiit If -1 -55 .2 3 Smwxxi N I' .W 41 y 4 h,R.. rlNi' t3 is .Q Q ig l,ik y'.? I bf, 'Q K -1 4: H 'gig Ty, if- 'WJA '14 Q A , . . , . P . ' 3 .. N r 83661. I Q X Daniel F. Horgan 1275 Lafayette Ave. Bronx 59, N. Y. Sodality 3,4, Intramurals 1. 3- Q ri 'Ibn , . . I if V. Y: Alphons J. Kainer 1912 Holland Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Honor Society 1,2,3,4, Sodali- ty 1,2,3,4, Forum 3, Science Club 3, Track 3, Baseball 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. .,, v. 45 ibn xx 'T Ig ntl Bronx 58, N. Y. Louis J. lnglese 651 E. 236th St. Bronx 66, N. Y. Poster Club 1, Intramurals 1 2,3,4. Conrad P. Karway 333 Mosholu Pky. Bronx 67, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2. R ,rv 9 .LX X X and Y, ....... JI I .X 5. . ' X ff. "'.' J I I? Vi...-I if David V. Keegan 218 E. 201st St. Bronx 58, N. Y. , we .1 t Si if We -1 9 I mn Q John J. Kelliher 2840 Wickham Ave. New York 69, N. Y. Intramurals 1. f f David G. Kelly 2485 Elm PI. Bronx 58, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2. John A. Kettle 4005 Lowerre PI. Bronx 66, N. Y. xt. I . X . . I V X S ,ancax 1. 1 . ' ' Si Jeremiah J. Kelly " 906 Summit Ave. i 3 Bronx 52, N. Y. E ' Track 2, Intramurals 3,4. 3 Zzfikrw if Thomas N. King 3909 Seton Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Football 1, Basketball 1,2,3, 4, Intramurals 3. yygv- Peter M. Klaskin 3341 Reservoir Oval Bronx 67, N. Y. Sodality 3,45 Intramurals 3,4. 1,2, William R. Kohler 2529 Frisly Ave. Bronx 61, N. Y. Honor Society 3, Band 1,2,3, 4: MOUNTAINEER 4. Pa Football 2, Intramurals 1,2,3, 4 at fa Y"' x ... Stephen T. Kowal - 289 W. lst St. Mnchael J.dKovacs MT. Vernon, N. Y' Agignggeg El.AJ.e' Sodality 'l,2, Forum 2, Tower 4, Football l,2,3, Baseball 1, 2, Intramurals 'l,2,3,4. Frank J. Kump 150 MacQuesten Plcy. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. , cz ,-.14 . s vp f QL... I, Richard A. La Morte 4454 Hill Ave. XX Bronx 66, N. Y. lx Sodality 4. Stanley F. Lanzano 31 West Moreland Drive Yonkers 5, N. Y. as 4:1 Sodality 3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Intramurals 2,4. ' - v xv.- .44 ,Q N 4. Fe BE I X.,-uv Frank J. La Perch 9lO East '222nd St. Bronx 69, N. Y. Sodality 3,4, Student Council 4, Dramatics 331, Track 2, ln- tramurals l,2,3. .-9-vt -Q . fd:-il 6 X 'v -,f , Charles P. Krokel 29 Metropolitan Oval Bronx 62, N. Y. Intramurals 2. fs JF 'li --I Edward R. Lawless 4554 Park Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. Sodality 'l,2,4, Basketball Manager 2, Track 'lg Intra- murals l,2,3,4. , 'reg sf T it Q x... h Ana., x,4, 4 X . N . Sf , 44:-s l' I R. ' C...-v I If .X -, Francis J. Leahy 4337 Byron Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3. an 'vs J. Thomas C. Madden 34 Metropolitan Oval Bronx 62, N. Y. Intramurals l,2,3. Robert A. Leitner 35 Bergan Ave. Jersey City 5, N. J. Dramatics 4, Library Club 3, 4. Winfred A. Loretto 332 West 23rd St. New York Il, N. Y. John A. Lugano 'l6Ol Overing St. Bronx 6l, N. Y. Sodality l,2,3,4g Student Council 3, Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4, Intramurals I, 2,3,4. I , Mai' l . ,. v I in ..-41 Salvatore S. LoBreglio 2509 Washington Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. General Excellence l,2,3, So- dality l,2,3,4, Track l. I 4 f 'M' . Michael C. Maher T660 Luirting Ave. Bronx 6l, N. Y. Sodality l,2,3,4p Intramurals 2,4. ..--. , and ' .W A ..-' ' - . gag, 404 . uf I Mug- I E ,r nrzfmv' Y Tw .6 I Michael J. Maffucci 4617 White Plains Rd. Bronx 70, N. Y. Sodality 'lg Track lg Photog- raphy Club 4. git " . - I' 1 -. .- f Q .. . - I it I K4 ' I if 4-wr -Q 1 , V -'J 3 K ,- , .. ' 1:51 .. . 2fiI7:Y:z1-. 0, 1'--. .--Au-ani. , g:--vfillf g.....-vwvuq, .-1.::r::Zi. .... A ::,':::'m ...:zz:, '11-www!-...A ,N-pn u --0... .1-ruin: 9:-14 Q, s, 5,5-will-znwuqv nzlfznnag fir" 'fzizffguefv gm' ""f?E:"v:"r:? A ' ':?!!?9yg.wvwTou.l nw-"'l" QP' ann s 5 on . ::1f+'ZI!.'5515'.-A ff '::::. "' Y Cfsuooeggirgigi gag' :youu H fauna Fifi 'fxkahnuvvwsz "' .. , bar- z"l ' 054 .-u.u - Edmond J. Mahoney 47 Clinton Pl. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Intramurals I ,2,3,4, Tower Charles J. Mangino T70 East ll8th St. Manhattan 35, N. Y. Kenneth T. Malone 2810 Kingsland Ave. Bronx 68, N. Y. -1 n.. 4 so , .. 1 5 il. I f K I 'If x 5 I fr James J. Manco 4l39 Edson Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. 4. Track I, Intramurals 2. SOCJCIIIY 4: Forum I: PIWOTOQ' 14-515 raphy Club 4, Intramurals 4. ,T 9 ,V if 'F . 1 W Joseph H.Marcyan -In 1 nuf- Q -.f . thx . .,.,, .-r f ,,. -' ,R 5:1- fe., ' f '-wg' 'V 3105 Decatur Ave. Aj, New York 67, N. Y V. Science Club 3. . "Q . sr" '- -M . .51 , -,,.,,... R 3, 11 x ei ., . i "3 4'4'..n-. ' . .' iqs .Q .?,,1I...':,- 1.-IIN?" gnu! . Ai. . 'I . .4-r -3,4 ,.. far, .824 - sea' E.1."." H James F. Marinaccio Carl G. Marino 'I462 Knapp St. 2l44 Homer Ave. New York 69, N. Y. Bronx 72, N. Y. Legion of Honor 2, Track 'I,2, Track lg Intramurals l,2,3,4. 3,45 Intramurals I. , 4? -- I ,L " 'T ' 'L -r ,, 1' M, ' .-' I . ,F , jgx j1l. ,'.,A:,..' 1' 5 S 5 . I, ',1 ,',.',,L ,,If: ' 'nit I If wfililll X i'1.rf:'...Z .. , 93 Q el D g f . x Mario J. Marsich 205 East l79th St. Bronx 57, N. Y. Intramurals l,2,3,4. S . W ltr 49, I 1 ' mr Z ix I ., I ,J V We . 4 ,A , A X li f ,.f- , :fy I ' I . '9', K lm V ' if 1 is K . A ' i111i1,-.',11.3'3:3- s I tttl lla ff 2 Bernard J. Martin John B. McAvoy Arthur J. McDermott 2722 Valentine Ave. I73 B96th St. 3868 Seton Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. Rockaway Beach 93, N. Y. New York 66, N. Y. Track 2, Intramurals 4. Intramurals I,2. John J. McGinty 26I5 Jerome Ave. Bronx 68, N. Y. Sodality 'I,2,3,4, Science Club 3, Cheerleaders I,2, Photog- raphy Club 4, Intramurals 3. J T. It sf A- Z 5 I I ill Bernard J. McGrenaghan 505 South 2nd Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. QX . A--,I ivan Q""k Frank L. McHugh 2059 McGraw Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Tower 4, Intramurals 3,4. 15, , Arthur J. McGowan, Jr. United States Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Dramatics 4, Track 3,4, Poster Club 3, Intramurals 3. Daniel E. McManus 1891 O'Brien Ave. Bronx 72, N. Y. Sodality I,2,3,4, Student Council 3,4, Track I,2,3,4, Football I,2,3,4, Intramurals 'I,2,3,4. l' Q. 2 .-' S..-,.... I - - 6 71 IIA, R -sw 'v s' - ..-me? A2561 . 1 fr, "U Q lwfilf ,. , W .4 . , .- ,,f,Q'.' .1 .1 .gl , A ,.,g ' -, A2 ' - .4 Louis M. Meringolo 7925 Narrows Ave. Brooklyn 9, N. Y. Legion of Honor 'If Intramur- als 3. Q, 'B K.: .1 V' John J. Micheli T727 Paulding Ave. Bronx 62, N, Y. Sodality 3,45 Basketball 4, Track I,4, Intramurals 'I,2,3, William T. McWaIters 2675 Valentine Ave. Bronx 58, Y. Sodality 3. Richard D. Mercora 2554 Bouck Ave. Bronx 69, N. Y. Track 'Ig Intramurals 'I,2,3. -,- ' t"""' I ffl Robert P. Metakes 4318 Bruner Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. 3, -4. 4. S' . W If tg " lx. 'zz f I 'I 'I-u x '- I A 2 If I I Frank J. Monastero 539 Commonwealth Ave. Bronx 72, N. Y. Sodality I,2,4, Track I. If Joseph J. Miccoli 648 St. Lawrence Ave. Bronx 72, N. Y. Band 2,3,4, Intramurals 4. I", 'QS I ix 4 - I L-I-" Richard T. Montana 54 Florence St. Yonkers 4, N. Y. Track l,2g Intramurals I,2,3 fi ix Q IA is 5 J Nicholas J. Moran 1812 Harrison Ave. Bronx 53, N. Y. Band 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 3. 5154 William J. Moscarelli 140 Urban St. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Alexander T. Muliero 2066 Pitman Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Football 2, Baseball 3,45 In- tramurals 1,2,3. -4 -lbs 'f1'LTif" ff-1 -4' 'V -ini, John P. Murphy 1576 Taylor Ave. Bronx 60, N. Y. Sodality 3,4, Intramurals 1,2, ' , . ' A Thomas L. Neubert ' I 57 South Devoe Ave. ' Yonkers 5, N. Y. I 6 ,I I Sodality 3,45 Band 2, Foot- ball 1, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. .1 Robert L. Nicolai JW? 848 .lay Drive ff 11'- fy mv, ,Vl I M, 2 ' ' I Blfzfv . , . 4, yi 4: " Wantagh, L. I. ' J' 'WW' "lv 'ii '- ' 1' If 17? ' A V- Z . Baseball 2,3,4, Intramurals 1 1 1" 1,":"'!tw 'fu W v AL 'Y 3 Y' ...'1:.:?'..' , ,, , V. ,, ,I Q ' . .f .:. fs , K W 3 ,24 2,3,4. Soclality 1,2,3, Poster Club 2, Louis A. Nardi 361 East 158th St. Bronx 51, N. Y. Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. are 'ffpm 4 'wo' 4 5gff...,,,.f.,,f 15: wal Q...-.f . P, gf .gas N5 I ,..-- 'fm , N I . 'N .1 . - S -.... L11 15 5.4 I I K2 .X .R I I Andreas A. Nielsen 4044 Carpenter Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 1, Library Club 1, 2,3,4. A 'CT Frederick U. O'Connor 127 Beechwood Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Sodality 1,2,3,4, Football 1, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ,J ., 4 if "v7,.4y Q N X ..v"" 5 v. A ' I n 6, Ii 3 Howard W. Nista 14 Governors Rd. Bronxville, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Edward J. Norberg 1812 Pitman Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Science Club 3,4. Frank J. O'Connor 440 East 182nd St. Bronx 57, N. Y. Band 1, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Photography Club 4. Joseph J. Odierno 1957 Ellis Ave. Bronx 72, N. Y. Sodality 2,3,4g Honor Society 4, Student Council 4, Foot- ball 1,2,3,4p Track 1,2,3,4, In- tramurals 2,4. '52 " A191 tw' '21 v I' , . H Q ' . . ,,... 4' ,,..'luEL Ill ,gg :iz . 3 1.11. 'n' Z ' i I I.. 3' .. A .-' - . Yr .' ' " - ' .' - . ' . ,.'f.','I-ZJL ',-'f- f"'.' rua'--zz. LI' :.-+ - 1-.-".11-H .'.-rv. -.31-vs .H-L-"..u--1. ...nay I up. .U A 1'-'-1-.zz-.'-1 fig:-:: .:..- L'--.11-nz:-.vw --1:51 r.-V 'nl' 1' np" W ' 'I :- JM-zllii-lz. -A-i-1- 315411 -21 1:1 "',j1,r'L.-quzpirw-1 51.4 4 pf' '--.122 ,.... 'nN,il.,-inn, .,. Hn' '11 I , , , N: ' I -1 1. n ' ' ' qu N Yfqnllz r 747v1'4'1'I1'Y'f..nl"' I 27 I ' 7 e.'., ...I I1 ,- - I 13' Francis M. Noodt 61-51 Dry Harbor Rd. Middle Village, Queens , 1. ' 15-1 1fT"' K .3 Q I X N ' l ' , .4-.9 . .. j iii Vex. qv-ifqsx R X f I 1 of I James P. O'DonnelI 5 South 16th Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Honor Society 1,3, Intramurals 1. , . L' . I :tml . 5' ., I , 1 i Dennis A. O'Leary 3534 Bronx Blvd. Bronx 67, N. Y. Sodality 2,47 Football 1,2,3, 4, Track 1, Baseball 1. Qc, W., 'Q 'N , N .ctw , Q QW, Av I Q f if. W ..,, Je i'-1 ..,. ?', --"1 f- ,- 1533 172 Mm !,A.4f,, .1 V ,. ' f ra. H. " ' fjg., ,-tif fiuffi' . ' -1, ,. ' f z1ws1'i2:f'J7,,.y.m Q az ,I 1 ,fglil ':f"Ht2'f'e5 1-.52 Y 7 I' ' "" 2 ga '.LxtZ',7 1.15, 4 ,. u , ,aff I 3 fl W Thomas S. Paganini 2321 Southern Boulevard Bronx 60, N. Y. Sodality 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 3,45 Photography Club 4. if 'hw 9 Q X .iz "nrt . 'M' - X ,I X , Joseph H. Olmstead, Jr. 4341 Murdock Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 4, Band 1,27 Tower 4, Football Correspondent 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1, Baseball 4, Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. Martin J. O'MeIia 4615 Wilder Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. lntramuraIs1,2,3,4. Raymond C. Pace 29-31 Cortland St. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Sodality 1,2,3,4g Poster 2, Science Club 3. Ronald G. Panissidi 2070 Powell Ave. Bronx 72, N. Y. Sodality 3,45 Track 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 2,4. 955' ., ,- H .W My 1 ...J 4 Z A W I., 5 , 7 ,V if Zu , K Club Michael L. Olwell 1960 East Tremont Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Sodality 1,2. 1 'Y' I 4' ,2 ws. Edward J. Patrono 3560 Olinville Ave. Bronx 67, N. Y. Intramurals 3,4. - u- idly x '41, is '.:f4I'.,i 9 jg zz 'r im L36 Qffngyg . ' 4 . s uw 1 245531.41 Iggy, ,. E Zh H 1r'.rlt-If . . . , f- Q'4ZZirILgl:71?WT'2 I Y ' Il .4 , r gg? "-.-',- '-xr V. 'Q ' . i-ef f A 1' at . "."s. V ,. PK 4 A ., f, Sggffgfxwf' -" 2: ' 1 f "J 91 , - ' :At pf- zfqyf, ' . nffif ' 'S 'W' . -sg, 4 '. ws '. jf: - ww .1521 -if f .f ! "fk .Q 20 fri- I 1:5 mine If ' . ,J v "' . mg ' If as .-4, 1'7" 3 .,... Joseph N. Penn 3910 Seton Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 4, Track 4, Intra- murals 1,'3,4. og-2 'UA 'll ... Dominic J. Perrone 4575 Park Ave. New York 58, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. I I .p"""H . ':" fax Robert P. Perez 272 East 237111 St. New York 70, N. Y. Soclality 1,2,3,4, Track 1,29 Intramurals I,2. vw , -..pp -1, W Peter D. Picca 2550 Hone Ave. Bronx 69, N. Y. '51 rm-.4 'n Ronald J. Pierantoni 506 Locust St. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Legion of Honor, Sodality I, 2,3,4, Football 1,2, Track 1,2, 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. James F. Pizzani 2105 Burr Ave. Bronx 61, N. Y, Football 1,2g Track 1,4- In- tramurals 1,2,3,4. I? I I . Ralph A. Perone 2981 Young Ave. Bronx 69, N. Y. Sodality 4, Track 1, Intra- murals 1,2,3. A ,a-5 5 asc Q . if N-N., J ' J, . ff ' ' . .Q 'Q ' s. ". T 1.35 . 3. 15... ,. 9 ., 1 'A X H 1 . . 5 . J , .. 1 .iii I .T kg Edmund B. Piccolino 1234 Pawnee Pl. Bronx 61, N. Y. General Excellence, Sodality 4, Intramurals 3,4. JFI J.. on ar 1-I 4-. -4 Robert A. Pozzuoli 69 Ewart St. Scarsclale, N. Y. Sodality 3,45 Science Club 3, 4. 7' 52' www' 'mv' A7 1 Francis Z. Pollock gj 3 Vincent F. Priore 277 Devee Ave. A . , . V 1673 Barnes Ave. Yonkers 5, N. Y. V - New York 62, N. Y. Band l,2,3,4, Forum 3,4, j.Qg9ggg3,,gs A. sedelafy 4, Science Club 3 Football I, Intramurals l,2,3, 231351 I' 4: Intramurals 4. 4. ' ' ' nwbif William T. Purcell 2033 Valentine Ave. Bronx 57, N. Y. I I John A. Pugliese 2965 Marion Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. Legion of Honor l,2,3, So- dality l,2,3,4, Honor Society l,2,3,4, Student Council 2,4, Bond l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4, Tower 4, Intramurals l,2,4. ,we 3 W " he I -ga-ee- Soclality lg Football I, Intra- murals I,-4. I 'WK 418 James F. Quinn 3l5O Decatur Ave. Bronx 67, N. Y. Sodality 2,3,4, Track lg In- tramurals l,2,4. James F. Rabbitt T605 Nelson Ave. Bronx 53, N. Y. 47 Edward T. Quinn 362 East l84th St. Bronx 58, N. Y. Track l,2, Intramurals I. - Tm N.. 7' - - as ,gun-s F' va 9- gigs 1 'e xii ' 1 'X Joseph F. Racine 921 McLean Ave. Yonkers, N. Y. Sodality 4, Football 2, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. 5 ' K , AJ 3 -- I 4 1 7? 7 Ilfftzr.. 'A 1152511 Anthony D. Rizzo 1931 Edenwald Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 4, Baseball 2, Intra- murals 2,3,4, Photography Club 4. E 1" 4 I ,4,,... George G. Reichling 1820 Nerei Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Soclality 4, Band 1,25 Dra- matics 2, Intramurals 1,2,3. Frank J. Ricciuti 1012 East 212111 Sf. Bronx 69, N. Y. Band 1,2,3,4, Football 2, In- ramurals 1,2. Franklin D. Rivera 1382 Boston Rd. Bronx 56, N. Y. General 'Excellence 2, Soclali ty 3,4, Band 3, Track 1,2,3,4. John J. Robertson 1O South 15th Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Soclality 1, Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. . X1 Qi? III' . JI4 Robert G. Reynolds 2838 Decatur Ave. Bronx 58, N. Y. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 'J' fi -',-,eye xx fi X I .Q Paul W. Rodriguez 1743 Fillmore St. Bronx 60, N. Y. Forum 2,3g Tower 4. -cs., W ietggsi , - .sw ' H il l QNX QQ Q "NSN ix E.. 5. Michael P. Rohan 4355 Murdock Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 'I,2,3,4, Dramatics 2, 3,4, Poster Club l,2,3,4, Sci- ence Club 3, Baseball Man- ager 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2, 3,4, Photography Club 4. ,,..f- 4' I 4 William A. Sforza 2709 Seymour Ave. Bronx 69, N- Y- Track 1, Intramurals 1,3,4. . 'Fi I s t 1, James 9 -s ..,., E. Romer 2754 Fenton Ave. Bronx 69, N. Y. Track 1,2,3, Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. Kenneth J. Scarry 286 Hollywood Ave. Bronx 65, N. Y. r FOOlbCIll 1. John E. Schmidt 321 E. 240th St. Bronx 70, N. Y. Sodality l,2,3,4, Forum l,2, Science Club 3, Yearbook 3,4, Track 1, Baseball Manager 2, Basketball Manager 2, Intra murals l,2. William T. Sforza 1712 Fowler Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Science Club 3. 2 'il gf . 1 em, 1 --any-f - J .W M If 254, f , gs Q I ff 1 Q ygfi 1 44 . I 7 2 fi 1' f ' C Q-1, ?3t'f.L't7f3,,. ,, ' 4' 2 If f ' 2 1f1p,f'fw ' .f ' pt.. gf -Al, 1-wing .sf.,n,.fw Q... . . I Milf 1 ? Kg A ,Ei , t , 2 ,W V . 'n .Tiff 4 4' ,.-QE". "ilk i ff .fn f u :L -zz 1' ffz,'ff.f. . 2 36 f' ff -' ' 1 5,,f'ff?3M3fif 5152? If fflifftfff ,a1.MwW if ff NZM! JM,-124114 ,W . ty ihfftwf.www.-M2 v 1470207 wiwmivzf .eff ' fjffgfzi ,,, Ifgff: if f 9 mfg nf ,fa,mmt,. ,. 54 ,4w4mggz..,mwygfg If fifth I 4. Wfifziif Stephen R. Rowley 2059 McGraw Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Sodality 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,3. . UW 3 av., fo-.. 9 ff' l I ...sf fs: O an 4 .. 'HF S ' . , ,,,,. ,Q 3' -' W... 1 2.4, " X eY"" tix :P , . X- .W H s s ' FV! 1 'lp 1. ' a' ef f lx 'I A A . I ix' It- Il' ." a ' . .4 -in' my f 5 1 is H xxx xv 9. I V N533 Villa: 1' I fi li I fb' lv 54 Q v, ,r : J James E. Sheehan 1803 Mahan Ave. Bronx 61, N. Y. Sodality 4, Intramurals 'l,4. 49 I 21,36 Patrick J. Smith 475 Brook Ave. Bronx 55, N. Y. Sodality 3, Intramurals 4. iffy la V 1,2,3, P4 E' Peter L. Smith 4321 Richardson Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Intramurals I,2,3,4. Joseph P. Solanto 2285 Bathgate Ave. Bronx 52, N. Y. General Excellence I, Sodali ty I,2,3,4, Honor Society I,2, 3, Football 2,3,4, Track 'l. ' 'Q-, Paul V. Snisky 2224 Eastchester Rd. Bronx 69, N. Y. Sodality 4, Intramurals I,4. x,- ' , .. ,Z Richard A. Soricelli I 7II East 23Ist St. Bronx 66, N. Y. Baseball 3,4, Intramurals 4. I John N, Spqno Joseph B. Sperdini 841 Egg 225th Sf. 2295 Southern Blvd. 5 X' - Bronx 66, N. Y: Bronx 60, N- Y- ,V , ' Sodality 'I,4, Sodality I,2,3,4, Photography Y "' L Club 4. 1' ,,-it , 0513715351 ,Q I I I 'TgI5:.-'Th 'N-Q 1175 1?Q'.:.'ti'Z'S"X:,'T-"PQI" N. 3. Q' K, - - nina.. r . 'Vu I" Q I Peter F. Strassburger xy ff' J ' I6 Highland Way ,fx ' ' Scarsdale, N. Y. . 'IK -A Intramurals I,2,3,4. . X I , 'lk J' Qs 0 X S it . x X N . my -Q ., . ,X .. 1 AN I ' John J. Stumberger William J. Suling 121 South 12th Ave. 1705 Zerega Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Bronx 62, N. Y. Intramurals 1,4. Band 3,4, Track 1, Intramur- als 1. ,,,..:::- :WS "BY, Joseph X. Synan 3133 Seymour Ave. New York 69, N. Y. Intramurals 4. Harold V. Sullivan 31-42 82nd St. Jackson Hgts., L. I. William G. Sullivan 1555 Unionport Rd. Bronx 62, N. Y. Legion of Honor 2,3, Sodali- ty 1,2,3,4, Student Council 3, 4, Football 1, Track 1. Richard J. Tiani 1433 Leland Ave. Bronx 60, N. Y. Sodality 3,4, Football 1,2, Track1. 1571-' 'Wd Daniel J. Sullivan 347 East 138th St. Bronx 54, N. Y. Legion of Honor 1, Sodality 1,2,3,4, Student Council 4, Track 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1. jff' WCW? . f , 54,, I i , ff wg ff Wtrqwpv X .7 Thomas C. Timmons 4300 Martha Ave. Bronx 20, N. Y. Legion of Honor 2, Sodality 4, Science Club 3, Football 1,2, Track 4, Intramurals 1, 2,3. ,is I 'Q,,. - ,x --nv awe. ' 'QQ 5 Q . Nb at -X If if Samuel P. Tosi 3430 Boller Ave. Bronx 69, N. Y. Band 1,2,3,4, Football 4, Anthony R. Tomanelli Track 4' 3830 Bronx Mlvcl. Bronx 67, N. Y. Soclality 3,4. if Q--" James A. Trapanese 667 East 243rd St. Bronx 70, N. Y. Poster Club 4, Intramurals 2,4. 1 Vu? 'ce' Francis X. Trezza 1427 Parker St. Bronx 62, N. Y. General Excellence 2,3, So- dality 1,2,3,4, Forum 2,3,4, Tower 4, Track 2, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Charles J. Vaccariello 3108 Wilkinson Ave. Bronx 61, N. Y. Intramurals 4. , -fr:-fd p . To 'VN 3 J fr 'Ns ' 1 I, Dennis R. Totino 4144 Digney Ave. Bronx 66, N. Y. Sodality 2,3,4, Science Club 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. is- , 'GQ I 4 -l r sxxvvz, John L. Tripodi 169 Hillside Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Legio not Honor 2,35 General Excellence, Soclality 3,45 Football 1, Baseball 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. - 560 - uw., I NX . 4 BT. . TK.. 'Yai.'x I 11 R X r . -sm -T i '-Chg, 'Piss .p rr vw-V - .X I x Num X X.. 23' .. i. - ' f.. , - - Mkagi. - . 5 . st - NAR, t 4 I '. mf'-s.w.uf - 2 +1 , X it -"tit fi f . .. g .x.,..+ .. Anthony P. Valentine 5 University Ave. Yonkers 4, N. Y. Track lp Intramurals 'I,2,3,4. Alfred M' valenllno 742 2l6tI'l St. Bronx 67, N. Y. Sodality 3,45 Intramurals 2, 3,4. , -gg .Q A be k t I: i 5 is yd ' 'Q 4. xv L 1 .3 -E, .31 Adolph J. Vita 530 East 234th St. New York 70, N. Y. Sodality 3,47 Band 'I,2,3, Dramatic Club 4, Intramurals 4. X 5 I David I.. Walsh 'II7 North Terrance Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Track 'Ig Intramurals 'I,2,4. John P. Ward Q fy 625 South Broadway W Y' ' I' Yonkers, N. Y. X , ' ' vw. mm. Amerigo R. Villacara 3474 Wilson Ave. Bronx 69, N. Y. Track l,2,3, Intramurals 1,2 3. A l fy div I JA ,.. 64 ' 1.5 13" .jf II John M. Walsh 2985 Botanical Sq. Bronx 58, N. Y. Intramurals 3,4. qffsgvf . .444 1 , .., ' fx,,. , 1+-f :zu-4 gf r John J. White T501 Metropolitan Ave. Bronx 62, N. Y. Sodality 3,45 Forum 3,4, Dra- matic Club 3,4, Poster Club 2, Tower 3,4. nga: '55 L, ' fl, Thomas M Ward 3929 Carpenter Ave. Bronx 66 N Y Track I Intramurals 'I 2 3 4 , I Paul F. Weimann 314 505+ 206:11 sf. .., Xi New York 67, N. Y. I Football 4, Track I, Baseball Q h x .f 3,4, Intramurals 'l,2,3,4. f- , John T. Weldon 367 East l83rcl St. Bronx 58, N. Y. Track I, Intramurals l,2,3,4. - 'vs' !,e r Q James J. Whalen . ' 183-37 Dalny Rd. ' U Jamaica 32, L. I. ' X Sodality 2,3,4, Dramatic Club h Pgfli 4, Poster Club 2,3,4, Intra- N It Nb' G murals 2,3,4. ' in J h M. W'ldb 0 n I erger William J. Wilders 44 Crary Ave. , 4413 Matilda Ave. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Bronx 70, N. Y. Intramurals 2,3. , Sodallty 4, Football I, Track I, Intramurals I,2,3,4. kung. 0"t I l T .A Nw- - I --wif 'Qin -1, ' In .t si' E I X I X .sf 54 A "' Joseph A. Williams , f ,...+g 227 East Mosholu Parkway l Bronx 67, N. Y. 9 Sodality 1,47 Science Club 4, , V M Track 'lg Intramurals l,4. l M sf b Q Thomas P. Doonan l473 St. Lawrence Ave. Bronx 60, N. Y. Football l- Intramurals l 2. W ,, , r S 55 WL., 2 bf FN ri 524 A5 1 0 . -W rw -ff mf :f.:rc.' .. -- za' irq:-2' . Q FTS. its S 9 SJ Q ...gig k -.lj s faxhxnslrf B fi .,, 'ew ,. A Row l: G. Burney, P, Bova, B, Acheson, J. Antonaccio, V. Bodkin. Row 3: J. Ahern, R. Burkhardt, J. Broderick, R. Carilli, C. Barr, W. Camerato. Row 2: C. Carpentieri, J. Bach- Capobianco, J. J. Carroll, J. Begley, J. Burich. mann, M. Abbott, W. Apulzo, M. Borrelli, J. Aurichio, J. vs-5 '.f-Li v.-"i'-zmrvv J 3 71 ' , I Y V : eq 3 ygf Y : i'. f f- f ,wwf -'nl Row l: R. Canavun, P. Aliotta, R, Aschenbrener, Raw '2: S. Altovillu, R. Biele, F. Bruno. Row 3: W. Camastro, G. Canonico, R. Barry. Row 4: J. P. Carroll, C. Bivona, J, Aurigcmma. 3-A As Sputnik set the pace for the world powers, so class 3A is setting the pace for the entire Junior Year . . . To begin at the beginning which is the logical piace to begin, we have the most outstanding athletes ot Junior year . . . Our varsity backfield combination of John Ahern and Chuck Barr are known and respected by anyone who knows anything about Mount football . . . Barr was winner ot the Journal-American "All City Award" and Ahern was selected as the most valuable player in the Turkey Day tilt . , . Gerry Cancnico was an outstanding example of rugged persistence on the scrub line . . . Sparking the track team with their fine eiiorts are Bob Barry, Paul Bova, John Broderick, Gerry Canonico and Chuck Barr . . . Mike Borelli, a stalwart on the Mount's basketball quintet, is a 3-A denizen . . . The inspiration of all this zip is, of course, our otticial teacher, Bro. Gilbert Donateur, who gives both necessary guidance and discipline iShudderi . . . All of this inevitably led to our being awarded the Junior "School Spirit Plaque". ls it true that it now rests in a local pawnshop? The acquisition of this award was indirectly influenced by our Charlie Bivona . . . We're able to boast that there are few beings who vegetate in our class. Almost everyone is busily occupied by one or more activities, illustrating the reasons why we won this plaque. In conclusion we leave you with this humble remark, "We're tops!" 1- s. --wg-1 snug ..-....., ...V is fg Mk? fix ...tgps x 2 i'x.'x-r-trims 5 fl' Y' f. J W , ,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,, ,.,, rv. ......,, c-- l l 1 l Row l: A. Corini, S. Cuccuru, J. Coyle, D. Curtayne, T. Cotter, Conlon, R. Cuneo, R. Cozzi, F. Contino, E. Cummings, J. Cole- T. Curtic. Row 2: L. Cleveland, M. Corrigan, T. Curtin, N. man, A. Castello, P. Connors. Cheevers, J. Courtney, l. D'Auria, B. Coleman. Row 3: M. 3-B The Russians have their Sputnik, the United States has its Vanguard C. The Mount? They have Junior B . . . The components of the Junior B are: 3 Varsity basketball players, 3 trockmen, 3 football players, 4 band members, 7 sodalists and 2 students councillors. These plus the few catalytic agents which don't take part in any action make up our class . . . With this combination and a lot of hard work, class 3B is off . . . "to the stars through difficulties" . . . Further analyzing the working parts of our rocket we see that the class is composed of grade A material, actively engaged in all spheres of school life . . . Com- peting for us on the Maplewood floor are M. Conlin, J. Coleman and J. Collins, our harriers are J. Courtney, "Grover" Cleveland and L. Coyle. Representing us on the gradiron were P. Connors, J. Collins and T. Conroy. The versatility of our class is not only demonstrated in athletics but in other fields such as the band in which we are represented by F. Contino, T. Curtis, D. Dallal and M. Cusack. And always putting in a plug for us with the yearbook, we have star reporter T. Cotter. Most exemplary of our class spirit are the Sodalists, who include Patrick Connors, the prefect of the Junior Sodality. While this is going on the JBBI Uunior B Bureau of lnvestigationt is try- ing to clear up a few matters such as: Why is the mission total being kept quiet? Why does Corini have to pay twice as much to attend all the school functions? How have Corrigan ond B. Coleman been able to stay in the some home room for three years? Can the Brothers see J. Crumley when they're standing in front of M. Conlon? . . . We'll close by stating that "B" is the most essential class in Junior year-mainly because there has to be a "B" between "A" and "C.". 59 - - - '.....f---1-uvvv , .Q ying Row I: M. Cusack, J. Crumley, J. Chillino. Row 2: J. Crupi, W. Carroll, J. Condello. Row 3: D. Cassetta, D. Dallal, N. Cusella. Row 4: J. Corcione, W. Cummings, J. Caserta. "if al B. 6 7 w T T Gamble J Galligan A Geor io P DeRo a DiNunzio. Row 3: T. Fretel, R. Glew, T. Dinohue, W. Gentile, Font B DiNardi M Hanrahan R w 2 E Eivers J Gla E. Galvin, W. Gould, A. Foresta, J. Hall, J. Farrell. 3-C Under the leadership ot Brother Stephen Anthony, whose extravaganzas rival those of Mike Todd and Cecil B. DeMille, Class 3-C promises to place many outstanding actors in the drama that is lite here at the Mount . . . Star ot our talented cast, Class President, John Hall . . . Act I consists of the various activities in which our class excels . . . In the starring role, John Hall has won twenty- two medals in three years of track competition LWow! . . . he's fastllll Phil De Rose also has exceled in track . . . Other speedsters include: Richie Fox, Kenny Doyle, Ted Fretel, Bernie De Nardi and Tony D'Nunzio . . . Supplying the muscles for Howie's eleven were Gene Galvin and Willie Gentile . . . We expect several no-hitters from our all-star pitcher: "Fireball" Joe Glaser . . . The mouthpiece of 3-C is Jim Gaffney: His powers of oratory have long been vital to both the Forum and Dramatic Club . . . He is the only Junior on the "Tower" staff . . . Our potential Lawrence Welks include: R. Fiorito, T. Donohue, R. Font and R. Georgia . . . Fiorito is also interested in photography Ca V.P. of the Photography Club and Science . . . and participator in both activities. Those serv- ing in the Sodality are: J. Gafiney, R. Fox, T. Fretel, W. Gentile and D. Grady . . . Act ll consists ot various humorous incidents which have kept class lite from ever becoming dull . . . The time Jim Gaffney "plucked" his eyes out while cleaning his "glasses" . . . At 2:30 every afternoon when the shades come topping down on every- one . . . In conclusion we can say that Brother Stephen has sufticient and capable characters tor his dramatization of his segment of Mount life. ,J Univ' P, H ..,., Y QA l 1 WM? ' 'W IW A , f 4 Row l: J. Hein, A. Louzao, R. Jewell, H. Hintze, J. Howe, D. Row 3: D. Harkins, S. Herman, R. Jennings, E. l.ico, G. King, Kelly, M. Henitz. Row 2: M. Hudok, V. Holbcick, S. licciordone, E. Kelly, M. Hughes, R. Klares, T. Hartnett, M. Henessey, S. Kuyamiian, J. Hensen, L Howley. 3-D Yes, 3D, the only homeroom at the Mount with three dimensions . . . 3D'ers are proud ot their headquarters, room 303 lit has a fluctuating room temperature like a shock therapyj . . . but it's not the room that makes 3D, but the 40 or so individual characters Ml, Brother counts tool . . . There's Chief-man Mike Henitz really does a iob keeping order between periods Che stops the 'splosions Big Steve Herman startsj . . . then there's rotundious George King, the reason why RDX went bankrupt the collected a fortune in "double your money back" offers . . . Then there's "two-gun" Kelly, who shot down badman Johnny Hein six times . . . Always out for a thrill, Jack Henson does most of his nibbling in class and usually gets caught fat which time revenue for the missions is merci- lessly extorted from him by the overseer, Brother Robertl . . . Sal, Hall and Henessee toot up a storm in the band . . . and then, to corrupt our bid for a perfect record of absolute vegetation is that "good guy," P-Jay Hunt, with his silver tonsils la real Domosthenesl who actually accomplishes something worthwhile . . . When asked recently what he thought about the apparent lack of cooperation of the Junior class on the whole, one of our number answered with the words of the immortal Newman, "What, me worry? ll E Row l: B. lane, J. Lyons, D. Hogan. Ro 2: F. Jus 5 ig N i i so :Y T i ! is 1 R J. ss i fs -'1-.5 X ',,. i ' to, D. Imperioli, R. Herbert. Row 3: P, Hunt, R. Jenkins, D. Kappes. 61 Row: 4: S: Imp, E. Keane, D. leidinger. tw: s mm IJTFTI K - .2-T' i 59? r . R- 1 i 1 I yi i I A, Y 3 E ? i "' 'M - ' I' '. " l lmbfl 3 wr- ? i v Row 1: R. Mahon, W. McCarthy, M. McDermott, A. Marihiselli, 3: A. Mirabelli, P. McCarthy, H. Martrcci, T. Mergler, J. N. Manning. Row 2: D. Morrow, W. Mayer, R. Marks, A. McChesney, V. Moschetti, M. Myers, R. Merena, A. Marulli. Minella, P. MrManus, J. Merritts, J. Maher, S. Naclerio. Row 1 .. 3 Hifi I K I KQ X Row lg P. Murray, M. Maotrangelo, R Mozilo Row 'l W Murray, J. McGeough, J. Marci. Row 3 C. Milton, N. Muro. R. Marinaro. Row 4: T. McHugh, R Mohr, D. Maiberger, . 3-E In September '57 through the ingenuity and foresight of the upper echelon of the Mount faculty. the class SE was created . . . Yes, iust as Frankenstein it was created . . . Each new day there is a feeling of expectancy and fright in a Brother as he enters the roatn . . . He knows he can expect anything from a knife in the back to such an absurd and surprising thing as completed homework and finished notes . . . Although not ranking among the highest in scholastic rating, 3E is placing an increasing number in the Gold and Silver Lapel Pin Club . . . This gargantuan feat has been accomplished by incessant study, abundant gyp notes and teachers with failing eye- sight . . . There are a few members of 3E rthose whose name begins with Ml who have at times reached the stature of mental giants with their intellectual discussion of world politics, the problems of the Eisenhower adminis- tration, etc .... Speaking seriously, however, 3E's greatest asset is its spirit . . . It is well represented in many fields of extracurricular endeavor . . . Football letter winners R. Mohr, D. Maiberger, W. Mayer, N. Manning and N. Muro are 3E men . . . In track and dramatics it is represented by A. Marchesselli and R. Mohr respectively . . . A. Mira- belli, R. Mondare and R. Mirenna are 3E science club members , . . One-third of the class takes part in the spiritual benefits of Our Lady's Sodality . . . In summation, one could say that 3E is a group of 'average Joes" striving to do their best, and although not always getting an "A" in achievement, it surely merits an "A" for effort . . . They will go on to be next year's "Fantabulous" Seniors, upholding the high standards of the Mount. 62 trim .fs . fTzT"'1-'z'r"",.,.,,, ,. V ,A y,,1q, y f . M. X 1 i,f lil I i. V , f .sr V . - w .., X if . 'J' 2.ifZ'4Bf.gL i' 3 4' , t i 3 1 Row I: R. Pugliese, E. O'Brien, A. Pacheco, J. Perlito, R. Napoli, C. Qualles, W. Nicol, D. Nigro, J, Acchiufq, T. Perrota, J. Porcelli. Row 2: M. Pohiweg, K. Olifiers, M. Plaviak, O'Sullivan, A. Panella, J. Orzo, W. Pepple. C. Newell, J. O'Connell, B. O'Farrell, L. Paul. Row 3: L. 3-F Analysis of 3F-305 . . . "We have the best desks, floors, teachers, window lickers, and the best class of Junior year! . . . Anthony Prestipino is our class president . . . our boys are found in almost every extra-curricular activity in the school . . . the Sodality called eight 3-effers this year . . . band call was answered by C. Qualles, A. Panella, A. Pacheco and C. Pannuti . . . 3F was ably represented on the football varsity in the large forms of Lorenzo Paul and James Neyen fwhose mother threw him out of the house to go to school?l . . . Are you ready to die? . . . 3F strengthened the honor society by constant membership of about half the class . . . Bob Powers wrote for the Moun- taineer this year . . . George Oddo was in dramatics . . . fthere are six windows and a door, take your pickl . . in the fall food drive 3F came in a glorious second . . . we placed L. Napoli, M. Plaviak, R. Powers, J. Orzo and F. Persico in the scholarship class . . . fGuess whose father edits Mad Comics?J . . . J. Neyan on the basketball varsity i .... V. --- . . . Kevin Olilers and T. Paul on the Smith-nine . . . A Pacheco and G. Otdo in the Photography Club . . . with twenty-six classmates out for intramurals, we are hoping for a successful season . . . Don't tell the Russians, but L. Napoli, C. Pannuti, M. Pohsweg, J. Perfito and R. Rizzo are our budding scientists in the Mount Science Club . . . in expressing the mood of 3F throughout the year, we leave you with the words of our class president quoted from last Christmas, "May we wish you a very merry, heavy Christmas?" CDO we have a turncoat among us?l. Row I: D. O'Boyle, J. Pappalardo, M. Nagle. Row 2: C. Pannuti, G. Odclo, D. Nickens. Row 3: J. Noel, J. Palmieri, A. 63 Prestipino. Row 4: J. Neyen, R. Pi1zo, R. Powers. I'n' IHC : -Q W tv l H'.f5"' C-. Y 'li WL Row 1: R. Rena, R. Scavo, P. Repetti, B. Randano, L. T. Seery, R. Savignano, R. Razzetti, A. Ruggiero, J. Reilly, Rodriguez. Row 2: P. Rapisarda, A. Sim, J. Scozzari, E. R. Shay. Rankin, 5. Schady, B. Sowul, D. Rolleri. Row 3: R. Salamon, ll- ' -V151 F: 1 Row lc D. Skeo, J. Scornillio. Row 2 F. Sposato, l. Ruggiero, Row 3: M. Rokicki, G. Ristag. 3-G Besides acting as shot-put coach tor Howie Borck, Bro. Francis Matthew has the distinction ot inheriting class 36. as great a Junior class as can be found in Mount historv. ln order to substantiate our humble claim, we are firm believers in merely pointing to the record . . . We find. Class President Alan Sim is also a member ot the Student Council and Vice-Pretect ot the Junior Sodalitv as well as captain ot the class intramural basketball team . . . Vice- President Jack Reilly is an active Sodalist, a hard working member ot the track team and a member ot the Scholar- ship Class . . . Our diligent Secretary-Treasurer Joe Scozzari is also a member ot our Mr. Borcks track team . . . This quick survey of our officers only gives an outline ot the varied activities in which our class partici- pates . . . The class intramural basketball team is well on its way to the Junior Championship . . . We also have contributed many players to the varsity squad in all major fields ot athletics . , . We were honored by the selection of Reilly, Ruggiero, Sim, Schady, Seary and Sowal as members ot the Scholarship Class . . . Congratulations to Don Rolleri, the school leader in over-due library notices . . . We are proud at the tact that our class led in the sale of tickets for both the Hayes Game and M. l. T .... These facts we use to boost our claim that we rank high among the Junior classes, and we wish to congratulate every one of our classmates and our official teacher, Bro. Francis, who have made this possible. 64 S Row 1: A. Stietzel, E. Terminello, E. Stumbo, W. Stout, A. Greland, F. Tracchio. Row 2: A. Tegan, G. Stoettel, l. Vlismus, R. Thomma, D. Wolff, M. Truinor. Row 3: J. Sweeney, J. Chemical analysis of 3H-a little nitrous oxide Claughing gasl, a pinch of dynamite for energy, and a slight spark to begin the reaction, result, all 3H in detention . . . We were the tirst junior class to collect lO cans of tood, it took us 2 weeks . . . Granny Bill and Mother Larry seem to be still exercising their tongues over the backroom desks . . . Remember it you still have a report card hang- ing around at home, please bring it in. lt's slightly overdue C2 weeksl . . . lt's two o'clock, and here comes the daily rogues gallery . . .When 3H hears the call for the missions, their hands immediately rush into their pockets to protect their wallets from lzaac Stan . . . To what mysterious rendezvous does Brother Ignatius take himself during home room period??? . . . Although 3H is only l!49th the size of the Mount, it is well known and infamous!!?? . . . Not every class can boast of complete cooperation and har- mony between its students, especially during tests . . . Will we ever know the haunting mystery of the mission total, yes, the day we should be oft for the mission holiday, but we're not . . . We have one member ot the class on the Mountaineer staff who helped put this book together, it's William Walsh . . . Brother may soon have to amputate Sullivon's legs . . . "Smiley" Trainer might yet edge out Styles in the vegetating contest . . . Who's "PAT"??? We may not do much but one thing we do is occupy space and have weight . . . 65 .. " if , aXJ , 'Wt 0 . , 1. nf ,1 O .suv H3. " .,, 31' 4 1 Qi' ' . 1 If 1 'I ' . W"""' I " - 3 .- .,,., U ' , , ,.,,, ,V ,W ,im ' . Iii ii , ll . f I V, , 1 1 .....x.,. ...... . . s , ,, ... .,--'- . 'A 5 . -M. .ms,,r..,L, - - ,. 1 ' p ,tv J' -, f u J- ff , V ' Q ' 'ff' - ' 'J' .n , . ,M fi ' 1 I M2Z2p, ..n-f.. -mnnlnnlnn,,,.M, .,,,., if-Ty' 'U' Y xx g. ls . 'f' f ' . ' sf 1' x :f ' U 5' -. , ' Y ,- - Q , wtf f t I4 'W -the Mich " "'0' 1 ,u 'J s . Q, 52' af V Q V: du 5 I . '31 f A .04 1' I F37 ' ' 'iff by Q www . 5.4 , l K 1- P, 'V ,WI I lb If 2 A t f f ' fcffp - V 7 f. . i if . f '-" ' ""W'W 5 3, A 4' V, 4 ff' . , .www WH., I 4 .f M ,, , . 'mm fs-.4 ' , , V ,Y V yy, AA sf I ' it t . ,, f ff ' 5 Vf , 3 , V.., ,,, , I . 5 1 1 ! J 4 , ' J 1 ' l Whalen, J. E. Sweeney, J. Whitman, F. Wagner, A. Velto, P. Veteri. iii ITU ,, 2 ll U B 3 ..... X Row I: M. Walsh, S. Vecci, J. Turnowski. Row 2: F. Vasti, l. Stobbe, M. Styles. Row 3: G. Waitusiak, W. Walsh, A. Vacc. Row 4: J. Sullivan, J. Wilkinson, M. Wall. W -air 3 . X' -1ml- I-I" -TF 1'.:.'s'P, J , vit il.. 1 in., vp! g X if -:A lf .L ui Row I: N. Capouoli, J. Piombo, G. Campbell, F. Tinari, T. Flynn, N. Branca, R. Greco. Row 2: W. Treanor, D. Dix, R. Marotti, J. Ross, J. Derrico, K. O'Connor, W. Kelly, A. Napoli- A-wo Plj JHZ5 22 ffl' 9 lil T M2 'Q C I I ll I Row l: T. McKenna, J. McCaffrey, K. Blair. Row 1: J. Conlon, F. Freyre, O. Arcuni, Row 3: G. Holter, G. Simonctti, R. Sorio. Row 4: M. Cufferty, J. McGuire, G, Eichlcr. lli tano, E. Paolucci. Row 3: W. Leonard, J. Korlxy, P. Ryan, P. Curran, E. Tinelli, R. Stoeppler, R. Grimaldi, B. Haberland, 2-A You've heard of the "Man Without A Country", well QA is the only class without a classroom, the chief com- plaint of 2A men is that they don't stay in one place long enough to warm the seats . . . The headquarters from which our daily wanderings proceed is the Bio. Lab. The Bio Lab. has had disastrous effects ontour boys, as the odors which permeate the room have somewhat deadened our sense of smell . . . However with the indomitable will to conquer, we have taken these difficulties in our stride, and are a well unified body of students . , . Our physical powers is typified by George Eichler, the only Sophomore to make the varsity football team, while D. DeMatteo, R. Maiberger, and F. Freyer gave us repre- sentation on the J. V., managed by Nick Capozzoli. ln basketball and track, Curran, Grimaldi and Leonard have made the ZA spirit felt . . . ln the intellectual pastimes, 2A has really left its mark. We garnered 8 of the ll half year scholarships. In Forum activities, Bob Serio is con- sidered the boy-wonder in debating and extempore, while G. Campbell, R. Greco, and T. Flynn are also doing well. In the field of oratory, O. Arcuni has achieved distinction . . . QA also boasts a number of budding musicians in J. Korky, K. Blair, P. Ryan, R. Marotti and R. Stoerpler . . . The most prominent feature in the make up of class 2A is that despite the disunifing effect of our nomadic existence, we have achieved remarkable unity . . . This was shown by our performance in intramural contests. After annexing the Sophomore and Freshman football championship the basketball team took to the court and after o feated season lost out to our rival in room l4 in the playoffs. What we consider our greatest honor, however, came at the Christmas assembly when the class was awarded the school spirit plaque. W. Roth. n unde- ISE Ml l F-is' " Row I: R. Lega, S. Tallon, A. lmperato, J. Treglia, R. Vecci N. Fiermonte, J. Garvelli. Row 2: R. Damon, R. Peterson, R. Burke, J. Mariconna, L. De Lorme, L. Trinchitella, J. McMahon. 2-B Class 2B-the class with the most respected teachers and the most suspected pupils . . . Among our many athletes we find . . . J. Pasoli, J. Pignatano, R. Yariobino and R. Salice are members of the J.V. football team . . . On the J.V. basketball team we find, R. Lyons, R. Dentato, J. McMahon and Manager J. Pignataro . . . We were no slouches when it came to extracurriculars either . . . Among our many stars was Nick Longo, a boy with quite a bit of Forum experience . . . while R. Vecci and D. De Santis are making it their vocation to entertain the other Mounties with their musical talents as members ot the band . . . Busy with their cameras are: J. Garvelli, T. Fiermonte and T. Tucciaione, who have joined the Photogrophy Club . . . We have six sodalists plus the Sophomore Moderator, Brother Maurice George, for our home room teacher . . . "Gentlemen, gentlemen, we have a vast amount of work to do" . . . During the past year we were introduced to the new party game-"Find the grammatical errors in advertisements" . . . Ugh!!! . . . We have also been forced to drain our bodies tor the sake ot Science . . . We are very proud of having topped all other Sophomore classes in the sale of M.l.T. tickets fWhat happened to the much acclaimed pin up which we expected in the M.I.T. program?J . . . In all truth we can say without hesitation that 2B was certainly the "Melting Pot" of the Mount for where else is there a class ot Latin and French students with a Spanish teacher from the good old U.S.A. for home room official. 67 liilll I ll , ,wwf ,,f. 4 WN if ff . g, 2 zf A Wm l Row 3: A. Ghelarducci, R. Yarrobino, J. Beattie, R. Salice, C. Niessner, J. Dugan, T. Tucciarone, J. Posoli. 4 lf . A t i Ji' 4 A? . J 255 v, :Sivan A. lv . .QA - , M . 4 ' .-P " . Wifi? at J R of . '- ' L . . T K .v 1 X5 . X 1. Q q :ggi LII fi . J f+ ......,.. ' "3 J 1: 1 3 3, J ' l J Row I: N. Longo, R. Mandeville, P. Hughes. Row 2: J. Pauzano, D. De Santis, V. Murrero. Row 3: A. De Vito lout of schooll, C. Hartman, A. Dantato. Row 4: R. Guarino, R. Lyons, L. Waters. an NWYFT sl .A ifii ' I wi I fi jx I-ll i I lp qw- 1 EE E1 4 s -ll 1 if ' A , 5 Fl ",J xii ,T 'Rl' I-Q'-Xl?!tQo-Y 5 A lg ' 5 X ll . nf -A Row l: J. Doyle, J. Naughton, J. Larkin, A. Copellini, J. ' a :wwf Fish, N. Camera, D. Holborn. Row 3: P. Harrington, T. Sharlxey, Sims T. Sheridan J. Dore, J. F. Doyle. Row 2: T. Cataldo, T. Starace, J. Begley, C. Boccia, R. Connolly, R. Banker, J. A. Gill, J. Reilly, W. Pitossy, S. Lazorczyk, P- Madden, R- Ch0VU'1leC,M- 5WEe"'eY- 'Zfi i , ll1 1 li 3 wc.. .' X I 5 vi , x I x 'J ' 4 ' 4 5 ,ZX K ll' ,Zi . ' 5 -V f l ' . f' u . y,: l - J lar A4 'I Q Row l: J. Cirocco, J. Hynes, W, Gantenbein. Row 2: R. Kropp, W. McGuire, G. Helmis. Row 3: P. Costa, A. Murphy, D. Mclnerney. Row 4: R. Wunner, C. Birnborg, B. Dufty. 2-C Sophomore C is surely a "Bwong" Class. We may not have been the most outstanding class in any particular field but we have given more than ours share in support of the Mount's extra-curricular activities, intramural sports, and school-sponsored social events . . . When it comes to outstanding students, and great athletes, we are almost always at the top. For example, in Hayes Game ticket sales our class brought over lOO per cent . . . To extra- curricular activities, we have contributed the following: Sodality 12, Band 2: J.V. football 5, Track 'lg Science club 5, and the Photography club one. Besides this, we have one student councillor, David Holborn, the J. V. basketball manager, and an average of twelve honor pins each marking period. The men of '2C always show a sincere effort in everything, especially intramural sports . . . The other Soph Classes which have played us know that we tight hard, exhibit good sportsmanship, and lose graciously lon most occasionsl . . . The average day starts oft with a hearty "Bwong", when Bro. Paul Andrew comes into class tor the first period math. Next comes English with Bro. Joseph, after which we go our separate ways for language classes. Amid tears of joy, we are reunited in Bro. Kevin's Biology class. Then at 2:30, after religion and World History, the day is done . . . And so, as some leave for home, some for extra-curricular activities, and others for 103, we leave you with our class motto, "Sohcahtoa." ea ' W , A .1 WW . l L , ,.,,, N sf 3 f it t if S fp 1 i Row l: F. Finelli, M. McManus, G. Altieri, C. Driscoll, T. Pagliuca, J. O'Hagan, W. Murdock. Row 3: H. O'Rourke, T. Raia, J. Mahoney, P. DiBernardi, A. Cerussi. Row 2: N. Kinsch, O'Reilly, W. Pekera, W. Dewart, C. Gebbia, J. Gari, D. A. Fulvini, J. Dodge, P. Guarino, R. Mancinelli, R. Buckner, M. Scapputura, R. Covello, B. Bowe. A"f x At the inception of the current scholastic semester the school administrators in clandestine concleave, created, by the fusion ot a number ot freshman classes that power- house of sophomore year-2-D embarked on the sophomore gg.: - trail with plenty ot pep. However, their pep soon became ra too pooped to pop . . . Then, through the leadership of ml Bro. Timothy Paul, that spark of tight was again enkindled in them. His inspirational motto was not original but W effective-"Men, either we win or we write! It's up to you." , Shuddering at the fact that this ultimatum carried with it the threat of work, the 2D men went out and fought . . . 2D became the pace-setter tor sophomore classes and set a record any class would be proud of achieving. Dragging 1- Q their sick and puny bodies to class they amassed the best attendance record during the Asian-Flu Epidemic, gave tremendous support to the tootboll team, sold S50 in tickets to the Hayes game and disposed ot 50 M. l. T. tickets . . . Our Lady's Library can be grateful to 2D for its generous support in the drive for cancelled stamps . . . 2D is well represented in extra-curricular activities. It can be proud of Walt Samora whose educated toe lifted A that elongated spheroid called a footboll through the T uprights for 2 extra points in the Mount-Hayes tilt. Other 2D men on the J.V. football squad include: Pat Guarino, Mike Pagluica, Rich Cutney and Joe Gari. The short quarterback of the J.V. eleven, Roy Buckner, is a student counciler and president of the class. 2D is also proudly represented in Our Lady's Sodality . . . We could not close without mentioning Charley Driscoll's oft repeated phrase, "How many points will the test be worth, Brother?" T' M 1? 7' Row I: R. Cutney, J. Tancredi, E. lareau. Row 2: H. Kappes, J. Gilligan, J. Maloney. Row 3: R. Muscatella, R. Kirwan, A. 69 Monahan. Row 4: E. Fortunate, M. Graham, W. Samora. l fig! if lfyllf , .J-.. t Row I: L. Cassara, B. KeHy, D. Perrotta, G. Herman, J. Fasano, T. Ewers, J. Lauscha. Row 3: J. Wright, A. Ferolito, F. DeBellis, A. Wilson, A. Squillante. Row 2: R. MrCabe, J. Schrade, M. A. Gargino, P. McBrien, R. Bondi, J. Ferrick, T. Kricx, M. Fitzgerald, A. Pelosi, P. VanDeBrook, A. Cutting, E. Bergamini, Griffin. IV7' '?" si , W 'il ' , E 1 . . f Nz f N I I' wt l l Row lx R. Prestone, R, Tierney, R. Furst. Row 'I E Dougher l, Tellone, T, Carbone. Row 3 M, Curran, D. Stigliani, Belsey. Row 4: B. Perry, J. DiBartolo, N Scaramuuo, 2-E "Club him" and "Okay, sonnyboy" were expressions well-known to all members ot class QE during the year. As a result of diligent studies during the year, several 2E'rs have had their names on the Honor Roll, with J. Di Bartolo's 9696 average leading the list . . . In athletics we have had moderate success. In intramural football we were eliminated rather early but we are happy to note M. Fitzgerald, J. Wright, T. Kriz, N. Fazzano and J. Di Bartolo grace the rolls of the J.V. with A. Cutting as Manager . . . We have been honored by the membership ot T. Civers and J. Di Bartolo on the J.V. basketball team . . . While representing 2-D on the track team is John Carey who is also a member ot the Student Council . . . In other activities we have contributed Bob Furst to the Forum and we have several budding scientists now serving their apprenticeship in Bro. Julian's Science Club . . . We are well represented in the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin . . . Tom Cassera has done a time iob as the only Sophomore dramatist . . . Versatile Tom added another feather to 2E's sizable representation in the band . . . Although two quick defeats ended our hopes for a successful intramural team, we have not let our lack ot success in intramurals slacken our school spirit... Although we do not have many great scholars in our ranks, we of 2-E are a well mannered and hard working group who are proud ot our contribution to Mount St, Michael. I P-... .,f'f' 'rx X U I" 1 Row l: F. Cumpanale, F. Giordina, J. Del Galdo, W. Pierno R. Ciampo, D. Polchinski, L. Salicrup, M. Cossano, M. Lom- bardi, R. Lombardi, R. Schulte. Row 2: F. Hogan, A. Viggiano, A. Bausch, J. Brauneisen, F. Copasso, R. Giuliano, G. Palumbo 2-F The class in room 14 has made quite a name for itself, both scholastically and in the various extra-curricular activities, under the guidance of our official teacher, Brother Michael Damian . . . In the beginning of the school year five members of our class, Rieger, Sullivan, Bausch, Viggiano and Hetman made the Junior Varsity football team. Representing 2-F in track and basketball were F. Giardina, H. Rapisarda and John Bourne . , . Many of our boys also participate in such extra-curricular activities as the Band, Forum and Sodality . . . In intra- murals our football team was ousted from first place in Sophmore year by our rivals in room 2. We have high hopes for our high scoring basketball team which, so far, is undefeated . . . With many hard working students in the class, we are known for our large number of students who wear the Honor Pin each month. We do, nevertheless, usually manage to have a representative on the long line which each day awaits a rendezvous with Brother Cletus or Brother Augustine . . . Although the members of our class differ in age, size and looks we do have a lot in common. For example, a great number of our boys take an active interest in intramural sports, others are noted for their industry with books, while many others quite consistently exercise their vocal cords between periods and, as a result, are sometimes to be found each day outside of room 'IO3 at three o'clock . . . What you have iust read is an intimate iournal of the doings of class 2-F which we humbly believe has contributed its share to the life and spirit here at the Mount. 71 Yew f . -W '41 . if-z W ,. 1.,,g'. 4 1 M' , .f'I'U f" A la, -V l ' 5 f .. i ' A , - T l 1 E fl I Q - 7 .4 .. , I , 5 B 'ia . E- ' . ' - s A al , : n W ' - X' , 1 ,- J- .J f. 3 :i'e.- '-. , ., - J? -i"l'v.4'.v.-8. 5 v5',T,Q3.m.zJ '53 sf 53' " ' '15 -' ' E" 'iii-3:5 :'i,'ff.'g"'.:.- -T fW'. V Row 1: N. Bianco, W. Perez, J. Ackerly, J. Coogan, R. Row 3: V. Argentino, L. Maloney, D. Ross, J. Gondola, M. Amendola, M. Pavone, F. Filomio, J. McAlister, J. Diodato. De Lisi, E. Kassay, E. De Bellis, J. Reda, J. Robison, R. Valdes, Row 2: B. McHugh, L. Bakker, H. Weher, F. Condurso, D. W. Gruenstrauss, K. Hommel, R. Hofler. Corelli, G. Henderson, V. Vanacore, Krug, F. Niclosi, L. Longo. 17 1 . Q 1 I . il I -i 1 I I i ' 5 5 ,, w lg . uc e, . O'Connor, R. Thorne. ow I ll 2-G The hallowed sanctuary of 2G stands seminal at the gateway of Sophomore learning. Situated between one ot the entrances lsome would say it was the exitl to the second year floor and the library, room 'IA houses 44 intellects, not to mention the bodies that contain them . . . We bade a fond farewell to a swell hornefroom teacher as Bro. Patrick Roch "went up higher and Bro. Stephen Joachim assumed the helm . . . With the start of the regime of Bro. Joachim, elections were held and the results were that Coogan became President with Pavone as V.P. and Hotler and De Lisi assuming the position ot secretaries . . . Brother says he believes in democracy but we will see . . . The activities ot the school are well supported by the l4'ers and the ranks ot the participating sportsmen are bespeckled with the growing spirit ot 2G . . . The turt was broken and the autumn air was shattered by the "go team go" ot our gridsters, Corelli, Argentina and Hofler . . . With Spantan spirit, Coogan, Ackerly, Bianco and Thorne have brought laurels to themselves and their fellow harriers . . . Richie Valdes lent his talents and added sparkel to the .l.V. basketball team . . . We are grateful that the memoirs ot 2G will be a tangeable part ot the history ot Mount St. Michael. It gives us an oppor- tunity to say thanks to our teachers. We realize you have had to push us but we hope it was not in vain. i . l l Ro T B lily R R 7 J Trinchitella, A, Zegna, L. Pctti. Row 3 V, Wallace, D. 72 Bosciono. Row 4' G. Lanni, D Sullivan R Tomilowicl ml l Y' 1 if Row I: A. Cloidt, J. Ashby, F. Ryan, R. McKinney, T. Glynn, M. Nolan, E. Giordina, G. Visioni. Row 2: R. Nugent, K. Chumplin, J. Moody, M. Pentenrieder, R. Capo, T. Torregrosso, 2-H l'm a 2H man and l'm proud of it . . . You would be too, if you were in a class that is the best in the nest of Sophs . . . ln September we rejoined our trembling school- mates . . . Trembling because when 2H appears it's time to fear . . . They tried to get us out of the way by placing us in this isolation ward lRoom lol . . . Still they couldn't stop ZH . . . We didn't cop the intramural football cham- pionship because we have no room on our walls for any more plaques . . . "Loyal Mounties" is the only term that can actually describe ZH men . . . copping berths on the J.V. football team were Pat Buckly and Dan Cannon . . . Both John McCann and Ed Scott made the J.V. basketball team . . . 2H tracksters include B. Ward, F. Covacini, R. Waddle, T. Glynn, B. McKinney, J. Finney, D. Cannon and major letter winners J. McCann and T. Cloidt . . . Although we regretted not having room on our walls for any more plaques, we did have a little space on the bulletin board for a citation award for outstanding work in the stamp collection drive . . . Taking to heart the problem of the aged, we placed first in the Thanksgiving food drive . . . Why wouldn't they allow us to cut over the stage at noon time? . . . Why doesn't Bro. Charles Patrick, intramural basketball moderator, give us an easier schedule? . . . After all he is our homeroom teacher . . . When will Frank Ryan perform his famous magic tricks again? . . . Proud of the members we have contributed to the various athletic teams the men of 2H are glad to be part of Mount St. Michael's. 73 fn: 2 P' A. Muzzellu, P. Buckley. Row 3: J. Mullins, E. Scott, J. Howard, J. Kopilak, D. Cannon, R. Meclvec, W. O'Connor, P. Tracy. ..-rf' 1 N " fx ' J . H+. Q fs A .. v ,.,,,'v,?f W. 3 3 V " ff' 45- Ag Q: '47 X " 'JM'f"' ' ' f K ' ' . " . 11 ' - V N 'Ni uf 5' ,N .91 4 42L:fw Q2 an .4 W-1' A A Wntf.. . - ,. ' "rw-.,i , ." ' 1' V Y l: . ' 1 4 A A ' 2' 2' I fa ff s A Row I: R. Dolan, F. Mancuso, R. Stancuvuge. Row 2: J Christopher, R. Waddle, T. Kenny. Row 3: R. Ward ,F. McCaffrey, G. Maher. Row 4: M. Steur, F. Cavacini, J. McCann. X A a xx g . g., Hi! N I lr! i 1 is i .12-,gi . L ' ., .Q . 4-4 Row 1: W. Bowen, V. Gallo, O. Lock, L. Hall, R. Dussault, B. Quattrocchi, E. Campbell. Row 3: J. Dooley, H. Riehl, P. Zaino, R. Ludwig, J. Maffuci, P. Rezzoali, R. Chiabrera. Row Jarrett, E. Kuehnel, l. D'Addio, F. l.oScalzo, M. Begley, F. 2: J. McCarthy, J. Connelly, J. Ciani, R. Pugliese, R. McCloskey, Yodice, J. MacStravic, G. Pisani, E. Callahan. D. Dowds, A. Nemeth, A. Parente, J. Cuscianna, M. zlitl ' ii -. i Q ii ll p. H Row l: O. lock, T. Reith, F, Cagliori. Row '1: A. Anderson, M. Burke, R. Caxcone. Row 3: W. Casey, R. Hogan, R. Reginault. Row 4' M, Doyle, J, Bailey, D. Farrell. 1-A Since the beginning ofthe school year many little events have developed into indelible scenes . . . For instance, what seemed to be a harmless model ot a steam engine turned out to be a dream come true tor Brother Roy, a nuclear explodo-engine which has been named "Broomnik" . . . Grammar's greatest rival, the Winston commercial, and a 45 minute period spent on eating habits have provided a few points of both interest and humor during the school year . . . In intramural track, the team went all out and as a reward tor its ettorts won the Freshman track trophy . . . Richie Pugliese has made a good showing in Frosh basketball while the band is well supplemented by the rhythms of "Little Joe" McCarthy and our five other band members. Outstanding ability has also been shown by our "ink spillers" who will remain anonymous for now . . , A good representation from l-A is found in the Sodality, Science Club and intramurals while many honor pins stand out on the jackets ot the students ot our class, attesting to our scholastic achieve- ments . . . With the exception ot Monday mornings, Freshman A may be coiled the most wide awake class in the school. LThat's when we're not sleeping, of course.l . . . Among the many puzzling problems this year has been the eftort to track down the source of those guided missiles in the back of the room. We also wonder how La Scalso managed to collect more late slips than the rest of the class together. 74 , f Y J. 1 4, tg, Z T l .. 5 1 r , il. li ' r 'N Row 1: C. Ferrara, J. Raedel, E. Caffrey, R. Andretta, V. Geberth, J. O'Brien, I.. Zyzyck, R. DeConne. Row 2: J. Archi- diacono, J. Mortellaro, M. Michetti, J. Aitoro, F. Ryan, J Albertelli, S. Kahn, J. Spinapolice, V. I.aRusso, J. Marcogliese. 1-B Starting the year with great spirit under the direction of quiet and unassuming Brother Bernard Xavier, we now have a number of accomplishments to which we can point with pride . . . We began by topping all other classes in the Thanksgiving Food Drive. Not being satisfied to rest on our laurels, we had the highest sales total for M.l.T. tickets in Freshman year . . . ln interscholastic sports we have Morris, Derrico and McHale as hopeful prospects for Howie's varsity eleven while Dooley and Rokicki are contributing to the success of our Freshmen hoopsters. The call for trackmen was answered by Stelmaszyck, Gibbons, Derrico and Heitman . . . While we are iustly proud of our future Olympians there are many other activities such as Sodality, the Science Club and the Band in which l-B is well represented . . . Did you ever ask Ferrara why he is usually standing out in front of the statue in the yard at three o'clock? . . . And why is one of the members in our midst referred to as Knucklehead, could it be that the poor lad is one??? Although we do not have any Sputniks or flying Flying Saucers, schoolbags have been sighted flying through the air in room three . . . Although we do have and enjoy some lighter moments, we do have our serious ones too as witnessed by the twenty medalists who have received scholastic honors. All in all we are Ciust for a properly modest understatementl an active class. 75 'V'- 'C rm' we l W .2 , , ,lin Wm-new J 7 1 Row 3: P. Derrico, W. Houlihan, B. Yehle, W. Smith, M. Timmons, W. Sodine, J. Cronin, P. Stelmaszyk, J. Flowers, G. Dornhoefer, J. Morris. -X Q' if l I , 4 l . .X . , , . g NV Row T: G. Grimaldi, l. Maione. Row 2: M. Hartnett, R. Gibbons, R. Stangrone. Row 3: T. Gallagher, J. Gannon, J. Dooley. Row 4: J. McHale, T. Glassey, J. McGovern. K Q 5 igfvr--.ff ' ,. www . ' - " , er'-'T f . .. .. "' -L3 ng T ' I A x' " s a F1-K HT TWT- miir,-vwzlif . s.. vv,.,s. Q X I 1 Row l: R. Burney, J. Altieri, R. Fitzpatrick, R. Campanale, J. Gabriele, J. Morris, A. Platoni, J. Hall. Row 2: P. Connelly, G. Fisher, G. Capobianco, T. Maffei, C. Reiter, N. Rescigno, 1' 'I'-"' 2 T'-'-,, - F Y -1:1-S' 5+ -.-- 7 F- v V - W v3 iw 2 i' X EL .fb . sa. T it .Xu l N 3 4. ' ' ' l F 4 5 .4 J l fy A x 6 Row l: W. Muller, E. Mahoney, T. litrenta. Row 2: G. Hill, J. Hunt, F. Romognolo, Row 3: A. Inglesc, T. Joyce, M. Randano. Row 4: S. Wilkins, P. Gentile, T. Ruitalo. W i lv - .mw.l1J Q F:-rf' ts Iii :Y xi ,K ti i x ---.4 l Q .T T . ' ' 'ini yn- Y t ' j! if , 5 ' 1 .f U s D. lmprota, V. Maggio, F. Chianca. Row 3: F. Zonghetti, J. Pettigrew, V. Massimo, R. Stalfi, M. Perri, T. Andino, K. Walker, J. Brennan, J. Ciavovella, E. Imp. 1-C This is to introduce Frosh class l-C, and we are firm believers that forty-three fellows as fine as ourselves would be hard to find . . . There isn't a Frosh class as active as we are and to prove it, our sale of Hayes tickets added up to one of the highest totals in the school . . . We are particularly proud of our gridders who earned letters for themselves. These musclemen are: Tom Ruffalo, Paul Gentete, Kevin Walker, Fred Longhetti and Steve Wilkins . . . Jack Brennan is our only member on the Frosh hoopster squad, but what we lack in quantity here we more than make up in quality . . . Jim Hunt and Mike Forza were among the medal winners for their work on intramural track . . . We would like to voice a particular note of praise to our classmates, who find their names on the Honor Roll . . . We have a better than average number on the rolls of the Sodality, Science Club and Band . . . Since we are far from perfect, we always have a fair representation at Bro. Augustine's oftice at 3:00 P.M. every day . . .These have a passionate desire for anonymity. This is an overall picture of that Colossal, Considerate, Cooperative and Catastrophic Class, Fresh- man C. 76 DJ . Q1 Hui- .51 1.5 ' I li Row I: F. Marsella, A. Dilorio, W. Buckley, R. Peragine, l. Warenkiewicz, R. Romanelli, R. Zottoli, J. Fennelli, G. Esposito. Autera, J. Neubert, G. Guilfoy, M. Passafiume. Row 2: l.. Row 3: W, Hall, V. Pizzo, H. Arp, C. Wallace, E. Geraci, A. Gellella, K. Samolis, R. Strobel, W. Rielly, M, DiGiagio, R. Mooney, J. Cooney, B. Maloney, R. Paul, T. Gillespie, S. Wien. I-D I'm a student councillor . . . lt was early morning. I turned the corner on the Freshman side of the Memorial Building and walked down the hall to Room 7-class ID . . . Echoing forth from the majestic walls of this abode '- I heard that well known old stand-by used in haste to induce verbal relaxation upon the participants in a par- X ticular class-"Shaddup!" . . . I thought to myself, "How come Brother has never executed his great martial law? I Is it because he just wants to scare them?" . . . Although Tx" up to this point ID has not won any school awards they hope to cop the intramural basketball championship . . . Under their coach, Bro. Robert Jerome,, they have thus far lost only one game on the road to ultimate victory . . . ID also boasts the tact that it possesses many esteemed personages who have distinguished themselves in sports which required tremendous physical excellence and dexterity . . . These Spartan warriors include John Cooney who made the J.V. football team and J. McCarthy, G. Gerochi, T. Gillespie, L. Gillello and J. Fanelli, who earned themselves berths on the Frosh grid squads. Tony Iazzetti, manager of the Frosh eleven, is also a ID man . . . ID placed V. Pizzo and B. Maloney on the Frosh hardwood quintet . . . ID is not only proticient in sports . . . Many men of ID have ioined Our Lady's Sodality . . . After burning the midnight oil for myriad hours a great number of ID boys have achieved, first and second honors . . . Again I heard the Brother speak . . . He said, "Now for tonight's written study--" . . . This was enough for me ond I gfrolled On, Row I: T. Flanagan, R. McCahery, G. Jones. Row 2: A. lauetti, J. Flaherty, J. McCarthy. Row 3: J. Ferrenback, R. 77 Croston, R. Scott. Row 4: A. Archer, D. Bulfair, D. Crisci, s.f..-rv--1-S-K.-.:mn:..,., - .. -. Y, -f -. -.1 r- ,W ...Y . , ... - +5 ,A .,i"f3' . -a- is h we.. - lulxgsals. , mi I '4 Isis' 'F' rw 'Km we his 3 Mini W Tl v 2 U 1. Row l: P. Walpole, L. Ruggiero, J. Holland, W. Wuest, R. Row 3: P. Grossi, A. Avitabile, H. Borck, J. Bagnoli, G. Connors, R. Gladwell. Row 2: R. Colameo, W. Dunne, S. Doherty, W. McGrail, T. Shannon, N. Trevisani, F. Ambrose lynch, W. Brewster, W. Bebert, R. Sheridan, L. Ruiz, F. LaSala. C. Savicla. is ."".-- . ' J -V fu 1'E I If ,ft-1.5. , "',.' 'lf ' - - 'N 1 ' ..e. 'za '3y!'AT ,Q if L' S it ' The Kingfish says, "O poppy dee, lookie here its TE" . . . i A if ' 5- , , This here class is the mostest to say the Ieastest . . . It ' E H!" ' .TL 1-, boasts of that illustrious group of pedagoges, "The Big ' L f E E ,: -L ! Six" . . . Bro. Timothy, the artist . . . Bro. James, the -73 f' 1 5 - I 5. - linguist. . . Bro. Vincent, the knife . . . Bro. Jogues, the -T? l 15 1 T t consoler . . . Bro. Paul, the joker . , . Bro. Stephen, the H52 F 'Q V 0 ' diction bug . . . Man, what entertainers! . . . Broadway ,. -: 4 I " A 1 l Q - beware! , . . What are them there noises that roam around Q l "iv .r"' ' if it the class . . . a passing bird, maybe? . . . Hey, Walpole, fy . ' 63" hr' J 3 I I' Why you always hiding your homework? . . . Hey, ' ' ' l' , dady-o, why does Bro. Paul always say, "All right men, B' J xy wake up" . . . Could it be someone is snoozing? . . . 'lE's g .Q 5. ., rugged intramural football squad took second place in J ' 1 . I freshman year . . . Guess they would have won had they ' 5 ' put their best foot forward . . . That's a joke . . . Get it? ' ,.. i . . . Man O man, Andy! Look at those mission totals sky- , My f A rocket . . . Up, up into outer space . . . That there Richard , Hamilton boy, yes sir! . . . He made the frosh football and basketball teams . . . Must be a glutton for punishment . . . Those fellows in the back of the room must aim to be l 5 wotchmakers . . . Why else would they always be watch- ! X ing the clock? . . . Who's that cool cat in the second row lv M I with the gyp notes for the Social Studies quiz? . . . This , may not be the most famous freshman class, but it is l surely one of the most infamous . . . Man, in sophomore l i l l , year they're sure to be the wildest . . . "Ain't that right, And ?" . , . "Sure is Kin fish." Y Q Row lr J. Scarpati, M, Feleday, E. Clair, Row 2. A. Rndogna, R. Moschetta, R. Torregrosso. Row 3 D. Rydberg, J, Fiorillo, R. Milanesc. Row 4: W. Gladwell, J. O'NeiII, M. Mauucca. 78 vi' 9,7211 Vt , 4 Q54 E lifts' "W Row l: J. lambrano, R. Abbondanza, J. Mahoney, J. Bermingham, J. Mauarella, J. Kenny, F. Algieri, K, McFall. Row 2: M. Egan, J. Quinn, R. Helmond, V. Boniface, G. Alexander, J.Zanzarella, R. Murphy, E. Schneller, G. Cusack, l-F Residing in what is affectionately termed cell block ll are the members of lF . . . No, they were not lst in intramurals, Hayes game sales, in M.l.T. returns . . . in anything. In tact, at times, home room teacher Bro. William Arthur doubts whether they are "tor or against him." However, they do have their good points . . . E. Filardi, P. Giannone, D. Hoas and V. Rodina represented lF on the Frosh grid team . . . Speedstres W. Halyman and R. Murphy are on the track team . . . Besides being represented in athletic endeavours, lF members also participate in other extra-curricular activities . . . Orator E. Filardi represents lF in the Forum . . . lF's Band members are K. McFalI, J. Kenny, R. Helmond . . . Future nuclear physicists J. Dyer and R. Helmond are Science Club members. "Goodbye, cruel world!" . . . Famous inquiries heard penetrating the celestial silence and bliss of lF are . . . "Where does Hutter get his haircuts?" . . . "What, do you get a charge out of this?" . . . "Who wears short shorts?" . . . We shall close with these lines which will recall fond memories to the boys of l-F: THAT POPCORN SMELL. An invigorating smell, with a peculiar sort of flavor: enters our classroom with that popcorn savor. The aromatic vapors rise with entrancement, Down from the snowy root to the watery basement. 79 T. Dryer Row 3: J. Surico, R. Spano, R. Cura, J. Miller, P. Hennessy, J. O'Brien, G. Hutter, S. Cardossi, V. Testa, J. Lynlh, D. Haas. ITT li WW., fi i . gs. WE, ll Q 1 I , , .... A l +. .. fl Row li T- KellY. A- Versaci, R. Cacciola. Row 2: J. Bergin, W. Kempsey, M. losquadro. Row 3: W. Reilly, E. Brock, W. Holzman. Row 4: F. Scheffler, W. Kulls, E. Filardi, 1' . g- . V , .,. 5 3 .31 Q L -nf ja 4- - ix 4 Q.. V 5 S"Ji".S . kvgpvi- V L .W gag? g 'MQ L Y i NH' x L. Row lr C. Comeau, R. Palazzo, T. Caulfield, W. Ludwig, F, Marzullo, L. DeFrancesco, D. DePetrillo, P. Daddino, J. Daman. Row 2: A. Piccalino, J. Lynch, R. DeMouth, M. McDonough, P. Puleo, A. Kirby, J. Srllivan, J. Trotta, M. Blcci, A -1, ulgffli L 'W I... J. Lynch, F. Patti. Row 3: V. Malozi, T. McMahon, T. Wasielewski, R. Bevacqua, H. Bruck, R. Sullivan, A. Aziekonski, M. Martin, F. Noia, B. Geary, L. Maglione. 2 1-G ... - ' -ff I- - R ' ! ' an Li 7 ' - H .",.-L' L . - A Jig . A A . . Q V F-ph! 1 e -1 if-ff' V -T , L L -i ' A 4 ir' I Q m I' I , ' ' M' A K I B L . D' T ii rf Jr t F' A' X .yr lx. '-'L 1-rl' .Xl i Tl Row l: G. McManus, J Dellngelis, J. Casxetta Row 'I R. Varian, T. Merritts, R. Nealon. Row 3 M. Chirichello, J. Manfredonia, F. Scheffold. Row 4 W. Schoeclx, L. Crcdidio, T. Higgins. We the stalwarts of Frosh G can now look back on the major portion of our first year at the Mount and utter, with apologies to Caesar, We ve arrived, we ve looked over the task before us, and weve begun well' . . . The battle standard that mirrors our success is the school-spirit plaque, the Mount aquila. Our record. weathering comparison with those of the legions before us, bears the mark of victories in abundance . . . Recogni- tion has came our way for the following achievements: Most support for our hoopsters at the M.l.T.. laurels in track, and the two awards we most prizey viz., a corona muralis' as the first frosh class to reach the mission goal, and the corona civica for our outstanding support of the food drive for St. Patricks home . . . T. Higgins, L. Credido and B. Schoech were among the football players . . , T. Varian, B. Nealon and V. Malozi helped spark our Frosh basketball team . . . Notable for their scholastic achievements are M. Chinchello and M. 2 question Bucci. Helmets off then to the most illustrious of the Frosh, to their teachers, and to the school thev are proud to call their own, "Ad Astra Per Aspera.' 80 ....., ,x, X . .xK s ...W :ggi 43.55 . QDM ,k,X..,y.Q7,g xg x S 'P AN' x l 1 ' -A . -: 5 Q. Q X E 81' "' X, X, Rf, rw X A .M-A. . Q X V, x, A .f:, Y l . . . A+ M r, ,,, J . ....... xa- . WM 'fffiizfm ' s 'C' -. . 1 f ,sf X l fi lx vm' NX Q l X bx 5 QMS Q .5 W.. X X sm F' . s X y Q S f . c F 5 Q r QQ Row T: R. Greco, R. Fazio, V. Canavan, T. Mustico, R. Silva, G. Weber, T. Keveny, R. Primm, W. Lacey. Row 2: J, Orlando, T. Conlon, S. Campana, C. Anderson, J. Poschmann, T. l-H Taking a long kaleidoscopic look at class lH, we find an active and highly interesting class . . . We are an athletic group as is shown by our membership on the frosh football squad . . . Among our powerhouses are: Dowd, Marabella, J. Connor, Bolon, Gonzales, Campana, Bisogno and La Russo . . . Greico, Ragone, Kull and J. Connor have answered the challenge of the Freshman basketball squad and have contributed in no small way to its successes . . . In intramural football, we fought our way to the Frosh championship . . . lH has been aptly represented in the various other extra-curricular activities by T. Ohlmann, J. Naporkowski, G. Biunno and G. Noel, who have answered the call of the Blessed Mother to ioin the Sodality . . . We also have Bro. Myles Eric, Frosh Sodality Moderator, as our official teacher . . . Several of our classmates are found in the Honor Society, headed by class president Richie La Russo, with an 96.3 average . . . Among the many events which add zest to class life are the amusing antics of the upper classmen outside the cafeteria after lunch and the ensuing riot whenever an algebra answer is HU!" . . . Now that we aren't on the subject, do you suppose De Rosa, who draws werewolves has any place in the cartoon world? . . . ls there any truth to the rumor that he gets his subjects by looking in the mirror when the moon is full? 81 .F rr , W i S l Ohlmann, A. DeRosa, A. Bollon, J. Hopkins. Row 3: W. Dowd, G- Kull, A- R090fIe, F. Bisogno, E. Regaui, T. Burderi, C. Brady, R. Gonzalez, D. Curran. ' T. FV? ..t"f"j R fig? " ll wmv Vivi A-mm im.. M s M v ESI? A1 x x W C I . ,J . Yi R A 1 , 1: f i A ff: J' i -i WSH Row I: R. Stabile, I. Saldarriaga, J. Corelli. Row 2: G. Noel, F. Marini, R. Mirabella. Row 3: G, Deneen, G. Biunno, D. King. Row 4: W. Grieco, J. Scutero, J. 0'Connor. ,,,f"l" K1 52, ff 1 rx 'N 59 tw XX ,XX n J vw . ,v "1 "K"::v-'- BROTHER JOSEPH EDWARD, EMS. nfuzia 90.511111 84 IN MEMGRIAM "A Brother is a man for whom the world is not big enoughg only heaven will suffice for him." These inspiring words of Blessed Champagnat became a reality in the beautiful life and death of Brother Joseph Edward. Brother's life was a campaign, not for power and fame, but for the pre- servation of God's beauty in men's souls. Here at Mount St. Michael we remember him as the genial and devoted infirmarian who served God in caring for the Brothers and students. lt was fitting that he should die in the infirmary where he had labored to help others. Here he spent his last few months surrounded by the devoted care of his Brothers and strengthened by the prayers of the student body. His patient resignation to the Will of God and the faith and love which he has borne his sufferings have been an eloquent lesson to us all and un- doubtably a source of great blessings for Mount St. Michael and all who came within its shadows. .. 5-'fn' ,. ariam 85 0 .., wi, s . Y BRO. LOUIS ELMO, F.M.S. Principal ' N fa rg. QT' "1 X '.-1 .nf Q1 Adolph leo, F.M.S. Prefer! x. k. '13 it Bro Alphonse Louis, F,M.S. Eighth Grade Bro. Ambrose, F.M.S Firsf Grade ASW if 'bb X G A ., ,N , s X Q A 1 X f f ' '-92' A Bro. Andrew Bernard, F.M,S. fbwf Bro, Arthur, F.M.S, Seventh Grade Bro. Cerin Joseph, F.M.S. Eighth Grade Prefect Mx fc, ,' xk ' nf" K ?. ? , ,V iff ' J i 1. h 1 N 1 QL! 4157 Bro. Joseph Stephane, F.M.S. Second Grade Bro. Francis Gerard, F.M.S. Fourth Grade Bro. leo Joseph, F.M.S. Third Grade , ,.. .J HMM , 'wx' , .Jq Bro. Roch Anthony, F.M.S. Fifth Grade Bro. S. ,,,4.1,w QCP William Thomas, F.M,S Seventh Grade :' 1 Grammar ,J .. X . C' , , .4 K' -v L - 4 a f . . x , 'f ,e .im J - ,fmou-, . Henri Alexiadhes 1 2 - . f. Q!! Sr gil K Peter J. Bedard xx Robert L. Armocida 1?-Z f pf 'TT' K. W7 8, Joseph L. Colucci xx l Neal P. Bottiglieri Richard D. Curtin Mark L. De Luccia x fp: -M 5: ' - l fr Q , i ' kj-1 i' l M: X , Manuel M. Alvarado l 'X Y fl, -.51 l .1 . . 4 Q ws i ,U . John A. Bishko vii.- 2 v.- ,,,, v ff, H537 '- gxfgyt a t if 4- "l:. '-,"r 'q 'f 'ig V if, Eqvi W: "i1If - . 4- 5. J -.Q ' - ws? Q 213221. . 'Li Dominick M. Conca Victor L. De Lucia 4 -1 as ' -., if ,.- , fi John J. Boese -n -A tg, John J, Colon Louis E. Di Bianco tv Graduates f 1 .. NX 'W KM be f its af I ' 4 J ,A . W WP X ard -N at-..' "" "V ff fm W. ,. '4 an ,f .. . M we My J W of L ,. -Q, 1 W A 'I 4 'fmt Richard J. Direnlo I .X ,Q Joseph A. Endres , Ons I gi I .xlefj 2 J A'. ' , iz 'H AML.- Q , ,. dz, . James J. Gerard lawrence M. Humphries fy: .,..J-.. , Xi: . i - .' W W-w mf I .a Rf? 5 . ,gi . ' Rim Paul A. Fino f ,Q an 1m ' Joseph P. Gilbride Stephen R. Hyer 1 , ' I . waging 1 , .1 ,, f""' 1 ' 'E f V Q, mr- z. .5 4 ' 7. -off-ff ,, 1 .1 ,Z ff Q. ., fu ff , , if :X ' 22. , ,, 5,2 , f inks. ' 2. 5 My 3537 4 f' v. , ff: 'jf' Q' LE, P .: 57.1. , 1, .- - -1' i w fa:-f 7. fvf J --f ,f ,Wa-1W.a, 1 W! 2 l I 1 46 4 1 'W " " jig? ,J 5 M' Smeg, f. gqflfi f-'L?izfZ,n51:5f?i:,a,2. bf ,ftiif-Lkwwf 11,1 iglrflxf A, , Y 43 , 'z' QW f fa c 1 1 I fiif s. its ,4 Edmund W. Friend X4-, -far 1 'Q --...w ' VJ, far' . z .V . ,, , 'Vi 'V " f'5'1Ei5'.95535s . .JA ' 'M' :R::::'i4.::Pv..7F-'Q . : -, hs,,.,,v.... . . ..,. .. , Q .r.f.i'Y '---:+ve H 4 iff' " A-239.94-.,3f '-.ji-.-.f .',: ,1 A zhgygx. fig '1J',,1f.-'.1 , 4 ," ,. 44445 bg- 'QJHQ'-.3 "H+ " 'fx'-A " ' 1" , ...L ,f , 5 ,lf .W .3 'v e. 'yy 4, L f ny.. -. ,f , " f if 2 9' pwf' A 'il' 4 3 'Zi 1 , if if ' J f,'f,v ,!" mf, . df ii " .'.j f gl K, W2 , 4 lg f 'Z 1 Mfr 'fy 0 his gf 7 f , y I Q ., 4 S. jf , f I M'-CW JZ ., v, :za ' Czfrzu Y 1' A rw ff' 5 ,, f. fan. .fwiif M -W f fi f 1 4 ,, f fry f A ,Q 2 X , f x 4f f , 4 W 4 .y M fi 40,1 M, Richard A. Di Gior ui... ' ,ff-'z. .M-2' ' x , 2 , .4 Q . rg? .Af Q ,w.,,,f f Lk : ,L X f .,,, f 1 M . U Arfhur E. Gandolfi ,L . 'N-,.,, . Q fn . age,-rep, 4 .J - . -,-, lx 'Q W ' 5? . f arf'-. 2' KX' -. 'Kr-. -" l Gary Griffiths Raymond W. Jarry Q ,.., iw- .. .I ' 'yfei' ff 1'-J , inn 'fins ' I W 4 M .,.. M 3 .., 'nfs , 3 ' 5 X 1 VKIIQZ E J' ' .K - I , Q ' ,,. , . ff.. ' . cg, rg, ,V . f f Paul J. Horan John J. Keenan Nr. -. fi . fl.. ' .- j 1' -sr ' X xx +A.. , -Q... 89 mf' Grammar , x. V-f I if ' -+ Gordon W. Kocher A 'WS ,EN william J- Kofl-'el ' Q N ,fig A - ..., .Z V . 'f7SLf-Elf . , 'L"f as -f - -jg. if n V f" Q 'ffff iff " K ls: " . M . J f me .4 f L f-1.491 1- .j'g'.-fr, ' , ji .V , , - ,Lu : Charles J. Leavm 1233-1.-Q3-Qjf 3,5-'f"7f i s::f--- - film:-':::, f ii - f- - " John J. Long Gerard E. Kuyamjian G'e90'Y B' MUCUUlC'Y I ' ' -'V fi .L 4' ' 'X ' , ' , J 1 A It I ' Q A X Q5 Q S ffiidi' H 2 iff - I my Alf?-6,5 1 ' - if .ig , I 5. " ""' F31-R ":. "'r - 2 in v- 'Y -cr " "' if it 'Ai' 'LX A f f 5 J - . f Qi'?'? ' if-Lf13"f5f ' . . X James M. McCarthy zzz... . "' ,Q 1.5923-2 . . N - 1 , jiz' Peter E. Monglllo f . M Robert M. Martinez William H4 N9"'0"' Francis E. Paine Paul A. Parisi William S. Pepe Anthony J. Pisuni , Q 1 5 0' f we 1 I v, rf . Q U W X Q, PQ , ' f' av f 1 , . 'gn r Graduates EE: Q of R C Lui, f . glen xxx x X James R. Politi ' 1, , M,- f - fdigfvfr we or . rn-x I V N i - . . S ,. -535,5 'T v ,M ' Ewa ' wi - - hgh . -l f' fs, figw 'f ew' , if 2 if M-dm' J- SW '- ' Ia, xii ' TVX .3 5 gfyfliii e 1 s .wh ..-pf, r '-S . 'X .13 in Q., "S, E ffl.. f.-,xQi?e1 52 .fe1.EiZQf':, W' ' 'QNX-L -,sQ,F.,' -, ,,, Joseph J. Scorfi 5 f -xx .. 1 m . .Tix ' .-. 'fv.,'W?- 1, - JZ., Nw Rober! R. Ross ff' , are 0, - f 734 ,,,-4- . 1 rl Av' Q ,gg -.r John T. Vecchione Ferdinand J. Thomas Anthony R. Sfingone Gregory Wood Guy G. Yugunoff Michael l. Yorchck V ve'-fr' f 4 ' Wa AA 7 f ,,,. 4 , "'L! ' ., JH.. ,, ,. xii , Vi' ' eff ., .5 J, : J 2 QI. g'igvlf:55l1Y' g-get gig ff 1 .W-,N Edward J. Rodriquez ll WL. f, fl 'L efxf 4 V . John H. Spyropulos 7 U, ",. "- eb, , , ' ' .2 5 .. A 47" 'Q Q g , , 5 , , '-'D' 4 ,V A . ' f X' W i Stephen Woiiusiok Werner A. Yauch F 'W 'rm hs-5--. x Q, . "V-rm , arf x lf, X N , u x ' ' 9 U X Q Q ' X pe y , ,Q .Y -. M .E wr p x 957 ' j Row 1: N. Gregorwick, P. McCartry, J. Naporkowsni, A. De Benedicfis, A. Sousa, P. Trombino, J. Marystic. Row 2: R. Maloney, T. Tomilowicz, R. Sarno, D. Kowal, P. McCarthy, J. Palmieri, B. Emanuele, R. Cronin. Row 3: H. Traulsen, R. Smith, R. Green, A. Richardson, G. Kopytko, J. Wruazabal, L. Silva, M. Norman. F. Spucci, F. Campolong. Row 2: C. Mavus, J. Brutto, A, Cirilla, R. Caione, J Glaser, A. Wines, T. Lombardo, R. Moscarelli, A. Manro. l i I Row 1: A. Pipa, D. Magnan, P, Garguilo, M. Enders, M. Murphy, A. Fernandes, Donegan, A. Lorusso, R. Donohue, R. Seufert. Row 3: H. Nardozxi, J. Mayer, K. .ww NN-va.-v .'M EYE? X 1 -Y Row I: A. Redo, N. Barnaba, R. Loughney, G. Salvino, N. Previti, J. Mirenda Row 2: C. Angelet, R. McMahon, C. Pasture, P. Fraterangelo, J. Dietz, R. Alvarado J. Schattman, P. Kull. Row 3: J. Muscoro, C. Pupantonio, R. Dowing, S. Joyce W. Alluo, W. Donato, E. Grayiano, G. Cox. Row 4: J. lanos, M. Romita, G. Green F. Kalian, C. Wright, R. Moyer, H. Frank, R. Atkins. Row 1: P. Milo, M. Ianetti, D. Duffy, A. Corcone, C. Shea, J. Cerrato. Row 2: R. Heilemunn, A. Perrotto, W. Munoz, G. DeCurtis, I.. Shields, D. Simpson, J. Richardson. Row 3: T. Blinn, J. Sherman, J. Muranelli, J. Danisi, R. Fanti, l. Moretti, A. Bordes, J. Marcotte, C. Ross. Row 4: T. Moffatt, R. Kellogg, J. Malgieri, F. Esposito, D. Giantelli, J. Rubicco, A. Brown, G. Carey, H. Traulsen. Row l: F. Di Curtis, J. Kettle, R. Ost, W. O'Gracly, M. Di Lorenzo, J. Lester, R. ' '7' Mercurio. Row 2: G. Fromme, R. Bianco, P. Lanitis, J. Gorenflo, S. Moccarcli, J. Kehlenback, R. Davis. Row 3: P. Giannone, G. Assariti, C. Berridy, P. Gallo, M. Geil, R, Norelli, J. Robertson, M. Rosato, P. Grande. w 1: R. Pelliciari, L. Miressi, J. Di Lapi, W. Smith, T. Farrell, J. Guderwicz. w 2: D. Nigrelli, P. White, D. Santini, P. Lango, E. Stafsholt, E. Tringalli. Row R. Malgieri, J. Anderson, H, Poertner, J. Fernandez, P. Di Fusco, A. Vcilpone, Pierse, P. Boni. 7 :. . l X? ' 'I WU., Row 1: N. Stanley, W. Judge, S. McCann, K. Speetel, W. Goff. Row 2: R. Rubicio R. Du Bois, J. Bedord, R. Mulgieri, T. Doyle. Row 3: M. Rosclto, M. Delflno, D Geoundo, C. Kehlenbuck, W. Foster, T. Donisi. Row l: C. Kortlong, J. Eggert, P. Savino, J. Croce, R. Fortino. Row 2: J. D'Orazio, J. Murray, G. MacDonald, N. Penza, D. Pulmieri. Row 3: D. Simone, J. Thomas, T. Kettle, B. Sullivan, J. Azzuriti, F. Moye. r Properfy Men 5 , 5 X i ala. "No, Sgt. Preston never go! this for norihf' pr X' :QQ "Foul! I was blinded by H10 flcshvbulb " jf "Number 'wo in Ohe for corner." An ace in the hoIe???? 1 N,,,.,..-e -5, ,f 'fix The end of o perfect day. "I can feel the invisible shield forming already." 4. , ? Y vl He who hesitates is lost. The Resident Stuclenfs Row l: E. Garcia, A. Georgio, D. Dallal, J. Ashby, J. Conlon, Broderick, J. Whalen, R. Cea, M. Bishko, J. Ferraroii, G. King J. Pappalardo, W. Loretto, M. Nagle, A. Bausch, Row 2: R. F. Farrell. Row 4: J. Ackerly, F. Monastero, E. Tinelli, W. Mc Timilowicz, J. Rivero, E. Carr, E. Keane, R. Herreros, J. Mc- Carihy, B. Fox, N. Manning, R. Nugent, R. Medvec, M. Cheros Avoy, S. Imp, G. Risfoff, W. Fricz, R. Leitner. Row 3: J. Wrighf, posy, B. Sowul, C. Barr, M. Hennessy, J. Carey. T. Dodd, R. Jenkins, W. Sullivan, J. Herman, L. Meringola, J. B 0 0 0 E -Wahl M ze , w'3'if' Cl-,ow time, Preparing for 'he championship. ...- v-5 'is "H'mm, a seven letter word meaning a male religious." Division B "Are you kidding? Me, say cheese." Row I: N. Rescigno, J. Gannon, A. Iazzetti, D. Stigliani, M. McManus, J. Fiorillo, F. Patti, A. Cerussi, J. Christopher. Row 2: l. Autorino, W, Gladwell, J. O'Connor, J. Begley, F. Scheffer, K. Robison, T. Higgins, P. Jarrett, J. Didge, I. Saldarriaga. Row 3: J. Fisher, J. Reda, A. Hickey, B. Governale, G. Dorn- hoefer, J. Bruck, D. Cannon, T. Torregrosso, D. Belsey, D. King T. Conlon, A. Mazlella, R. Salice, R. Torregrosso. Row 4: W Brewster, R. Helmond, A. Ruiz, 5. lynch, T. Glynn, K. McFall R. Gladwell, S. Calienclo, A. Ruiz, E. Clair, M. Terry, C. Gam bino, G. Muhlmeyer. Row 1: W. Albro, P. Tronebino, A. Sousa, G. Angelet, J. Mirenda, A. Di Benedictis, C. Pastou, A. Reda, R. Alvarado, J. Schattman, P. McCarthy, R. Downing, N. Gregorwich. Row 2: R. Smith, J. Gilbride, H. Traulsen, G. Green, T. Tomilowicz, J. Matiptik, J. Muscaro, F. Kalian C. Wright, R. Moloney, R. "Win En Garde! I I Kellogg. Row 3: P. Horan, H. Frank, J. Coulon, J. Bishko, G Kopytko, J. Wruazabal, R. Cronin, R. Green, R. Ross, R. Atkins W. Yauch. Row 4: R. Jarry, F. Thomas, W. Korbet, L. Silva M. Alvarado, P. Parisi, J. Leavett, H. Alexiadhes, E. Friend H. Traulsen, R. Martinez, T. Lombardo. Division C Y' I l F 'iff A. ln is 4 Even the photographer doesn't distract them, l r C ,A S-iS.v?i,, f nf Division D l 55' "Vi 2 .f K' 5 5 'xt ,g gf, 1 V. "Aw c'mon, smile for the man." i Row I: W. SmiIl1, D. Gerundo, W. Gudge, S. Nally, T. Doyle, K. Speifel, C. Goff, D. Simone, T. Danisi, T. Farrell. Row 2: J. Gorenllo, F. DeCurfis, P. lanilis, R, Ost, E. Slafsholf, J. lesler, E. Tringali, A. Valpone, H. Poerfner, M. Diloranzo, D. Nigrelli, M. Giel, Row 3: P. Gallo, M. Iazefti, G. DeCurlis, D. Simpson, P. Bona, J. Pierce, S. Aoccardi, P. DiFusco, A, Curcone, W Munoz, C. Shea. Row 4: G. Carey, F. Esposilo, R. Heilemann J. Danisi, C. Berridy, G. Fromme, R, Fanli, l.. Sllields, 1 Richardson, C. Ross, T. Molfafl. G- Fw - M61 5 I .df G! if X s K H 'B '-A an N.. . X.. ii :B N Y xfk -- is ' Hmm Q A F M . iw , Us sg., Q, ? r li' x ISS? Q' ' ,si vw .M K, 9' Irvs 5-,.,,w,., N .nv wa ! nffgg., f v "M gl 33 :- 4. , ,H A VF 1 4 'C' , -' nuff' , Q., 4 , W 45 -.H Z- X Hiro 467 w 'L' LJ' A 1- J . fi ' ' X g R 5 ,, f R I..-2"M' rl ff, ,I-' 1,,"1 1. .urjl ,Jn J -5 9-fg ibm .-1 .gk-' V - I 4 .I , 'v 'S VL, 5 5, . 1 'Z g A,Y u, Jw ..:-, ,, . A ,V fu Junior Prom V lt! Marry and Mary Ann make fheir ennawce The Grand March is drawing to a close. f The Hur! of 0 big nighi. h - X . i Q - 1 '91 this 1 Qs f " 1' , W me if Y Q W i 311 31,427 gg, 1 EV, , , 215 rf ' A " 1,1 J wg ? , f -,tf yn fl 1 f ,f f vgu f X I I A , nam: 7 , 1, r' ' ' 'q -x v V M., f ' 3 -, Come and get it . . . They came. ix A .I N E fx Student Council President expresses thanks for the Junior Class to Brother Patrick, the moderator of the luninr Prom. Sweet music . . . 105 Q X X X . if-4 I lf wx kj 67" gd Y i E' S F' ' " , V 1 ,1 M ef' Jn' ' x x l .6 . ,Q -Md ff 5' Q X X V- Z 1 3-fr , ,,,,,, fs QPIYQ i' l .rv M q , sb .In M Q f TM ff 3 New - M f wk, -- s " ' S Q iff If K 'I fm 4 , VU' 4 . ffvfw' ' 1"'-5'-'. f . L x U The queen and her entourage. fi -it The piclfings were good. My poor feell 1 lf Where do we go now? Who! a nighi! 94 1-.- ff x g .All , ,V 2 2, 1 A ig :A J ' 3, Q eg f S4 STM DC 'A we WW-40 sg Q '99 0 ' 2 . 7 7 3 ' 1 -F T- 01 5 .,,. '43 J',. ,S R 1- 6' 9- -.-...-.... Under the direction of Bro. Cletus Richard and through the leadership ot Pres. W. Sullivan, Vice- Pres. D. McManus, Sec. J. Giallo and Treas. J. Pug- Iiese, the 1957-58 Student Council is one of the most active and spirited in Mount history. The election of this year's Council initiated a new system by which student councilors are elected the year preceding that in which they are to serve. This year's Council drew up a constitution which calls tor the newly elected school president to assume duties as a Junior, so that he might better execute his office as a Senior. The Student Council has succeeded admirably in its purpose of establishing closer relations between the faculty and the student body. Through the Council's et- forts Senior major letter winners may now wear their school sweaters in place at iackets. 'C Student Council Omcers: D. McManus vice-president, J. Giallc, secretaryp J. Pugliese, treasurer, and W. Sullivan, president. Senior Representatives: seated: F. laPerch, A. Fazio, D. Sulli- van, J. Connolly. Standing: G. Filardi, J. Odierno, J. Herlihy. Junior Councilors: seated: A. Sim, C. Barr, A. Corini, l. Paul. Standing: J. Hall, J Ahern. Sophomore Councilors: R. Buckner, D. Hol born, J. Coogan, R. Maiberger, and J Carey. Missing: G. Eichler. J ii , Student Councilors Filardi and Sul- livan make plans for the Senior Prom with moderator Bro. Cletus Richard. 4 PER 4?-W Yo '4- s 1 . sg Mics o v 3 - 'll YQ N5 Yr: 5'-,qw 9. Sodality The Sodality of Our Lady is a religious body which aims at fostering in its members and ardent devotion, reverence and filial love toward the Blessed Virgin Mary. The foremost aims of the Sodality are the sanctitication ot its members and their neighbors and the defense of the Church. Through weekly meetings, dialogue Masses, and various proiects, the Sodality aims are achieved. At the meetings, topics per- tinent to adolescents are discussed, so that the members know the Catholic attitude on various teenage problems. At the Mount, the Sodality is divided into four divisions. The Senior, Junior and Sopho- more groups are under the direction of Brothers Gilbert Donateur, Brendan Lawrence and Maurice George, respectively. The Freshman Probation Sodality introduces the Sodality way of lite to its members under the supervision ot Bro. Myles Eric. Some of the Sodality's proj- I ects include the tremendously successful Victory Dance, the food drive r F 1 ir'-1 for the Little Sisters of the Poor and the May Devotions. The Sodalists A 1 I K rendered invaluable aid to the Men's Club at the Orphans' Party. 5.44 tr ,1 Row I: K. Malone, A. Vita, E. Hightower, A. Castel- xl lano, D. Sullivan, P. Cioffari, F. Monastero, W Sforza, l. Meringola, J. White. Row 2: J. Murphy R. Pierantoni, T, Cashel, J. Quinn, K. Gamble, R Barbuto, P. Byrne, R. Tiani, P. Brennan, J. Schmidt. Row 3: E. Beatty, S. Rowley, J. Racine, R. Fisher wt Wilders' J' Garvey' D' Chioppal J- Micheli' JI Senior Sodality officers F. Treua, J. Pugliese, W. Sullivan, and J. Schmidt. Olmstead, A. Kainer. new aug' ' ' ' f iv . v . 'TS 1 Q ,f -fn I Junior Sodaliiy Omcers: Sealed: John Ahern lSecrelaryj, Palrick Connors fPrefecU, John Hall Ureasurerl, Alan Sim Vice-Prefedl. sued .ioio-' nous Row I: A. Vita, J. Herlihy, F. Monasfero. Row 2: J. Dryer, T. Timmons, J. Tripodi, F. LaPerch. ,nn a' 'Q ant.: 09 09 .Mm Quan! K.. Junior Sodalify Group leaders: Standing: Donald Maiberger, John Broderick, John Reilly, Moderalor Bro. Brendan. Sealed: James Gaffney, Donald Rolleri, Alan Sim, Patrick Connors, Philip Alioflo, Kenneth Doyle. L41 I 1 S 1 Lx x J A. Fulvini, J. Maloney, E. Paolucci, C. Niesner, R. Sophomore Sodaliry officers S. Luzorciyk, R. Mciberger, J. Carey, W. Leonard. Commivree members S. Rieger, J. Hynes, R, Serio, J. Coogan. H Q 2 .1 1 i., . ., ,K I. Giulano , R. Greco. S L. DeLorm, J. Pignaioro, J. McAlisler. kb. Q' i .. R61 I 1 li ' 1'-5 Y '4 I .' I' I H -4' J. Gori, J. Gurvilli, J. Larkin. .1 - 1-'ml N-Q K 2 l 6 fy 1 f s X fi i , Freshmen Sodalisfs E. Filardi, M. Begley and E. Geraci prepare Ialks for the Church Unify Ociave. .1 Freshman Sodaliiy oRicers E. Filardi and R. Pugliese. ff-QL.. ' "" ' ' f ' ' ' ':- .. Eeated: A. Fazio, M. McDonough, E. Gar- cia, G. Noel. Standing: G. Biuno, A. Anderson, J. Cianci, V. laRusso. Seated: J. Morris, J. Brennan, M, Begley, W. Casey. Slonding: T. Olhmnn, J. Naporkowxki, W. Schoeck, P. Slelmaszyk. 'x J, 5 'M Each Wednesday a special Mau is offered that the Mounties may know and follow their vocation. If 1? 1 c, X if J sf . , fl, I 'ilmf :ll V or i I E 1 lvbv y i E59 - , ff' X Yhyk.-K - E if Lv ' 4 fl 'Hal' I Qfi H4 1 Freshmen Sodalixts rehearse their talks for the Church Unity Octave. The Sodality offers a program whereby assistance is given in all subjects to students who request it. X' ' The Sodality Lenten project was to encourage lunch-time visits to the chapel. 1 lima A group of Sodolists prepare for the high Moss which they will sing on their day of recollection. The Lourdes shrine in the Brothers' gorthf , :ze V,VVf 2 , ii Q t S Q Gs il 4' E," :wifi I gf,lI Y,69 K f I 1 Sharif- , , , if ,::,l..V wi 1 Q ge ,sn S, E k are Wei if X I N The Mount's tribute to Our Lady of Lourdes was a special Mass on her feast day, February llth. H5 F. Trezza, T. Finn, Bro. William James, Moderator of the Tower. -gp'-n Associate Editors Hubert Cunniffe, Frank McHugh, Frank Trezza lEdi- torl, John Pugliese. gs: .J 24 x,.1L 16 CV . Hubert Cunniffe and Philip Cioffari prepare copy for the printer Philip Ciolfnri, Stephan Kowal, Peter Fugaxxi. The Tower - The official organ of Mt. St. Michael is published seven times yearly. Under the supervision of Bro. William James, the stalt does all but print the paper, itself. Although work on each edition is begun about two weeks before its publication date, the actual assem- bling of the paper is done in the week prior to its going to press. The deadline for news stories, editorials and feature articles falls in this week. They are then corrected and readied for the printer. With the headlines and the dummy copy, they are sent to the printer. Finally, after the paper is printed, it is circulated among the student body. This year's staff, like those of former years is endeavoring to uphold the high standards which have earned The Tower recognition as a first-rate student paper by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. By its excellent and accurate coverage of all school activities and functions, it has earned the respect ot the entire student body. v new 'muy f 1 lik gfxg if iii' sd ,Z Row I: J. White, P, Byrne, J. Olmstead, P. Bottino, T. Finn. Row 2: J. Granahan, J. Di Carlo, J. Cameron. II it Q., j jmqlf . Till il? 1 Us cc--" '12 is t J-J 'l- I x . Row I: J. Connolly, J. Herlihy, E. Hightower, R. Buckingham. Row 2: E. Mahoney, J. Dryer, P. Rodriguez. U7 Highlights of the 1957-58 Forum Season October 5th - Catholic Forensic League Oratorical and Extemp, first out of 22 schools. October 26th - C.F.L. Original Oratory and Extemp, first out of 23 schools. December 14th - C.F.L. Dramatics and Freshman Oratory, second out of 23 schools. January 18th - C.F.L. Oratorical and Extemp, Inter-Diocesan, first out ot 30 schools. February l2th - C.F.L. Debate Tourna- ment, first out of 'I7 schools. March lst - C.F.l.. Original and Extemp, second out of 20 schools. March 22nd - C.F.L. Freshman Oratory and Dramatics, Inter-Diocesan, second out of 35 schools. March 29th - The Mount played host to 24 schools for the Catholic Forensic League's Grand Tournament and placed second while qualifying seven members for the National Finals in Chicago. Champions all. These eight, at one time or another, won a first-place rating in C.F.l.. competition. Seated: Peter Byrne, Pat Bottino, Frank Treua, Pat Brennan. Standing: Ed Filardi, Jim Gaffney, Bo bSerio, Pat Hunt. Nick Longo 32 t .2 if Q .. ,... , 0F-,.. .rf , ra- .rw r' A. I , it I 1'- ,I , 'lam-, HUA Bob Serio 'at Brennan I l l ha :Ng Vx Forum After a highly successful year the Mount Forum was eligible to send seven of its team members to the National Finals in Chicago. The fol- lowing were chosen in the various fields of speech: Frank Tfrezza, Pat Brennen, Pat Hunt and Nicholas Longo - Debate. Peter Byrne - Ex- temporaneous Speech. Pat Bottino- Original Oratory. James Gaffney- Oratorical Interpretation. While the Pat Hunt . - O U i Forum is an organization of indi- vidual competition, it is also an or- ganization dedicated'to the spread of Catholic Action through the vari- ' ous fields of Oratory. f f -Q ' Frank Treua f 2 , A V ,:- L 1 ' W, 2 ZZZV Hi S ,f,,.gf,., , 5 ' gf? 4 igif-if 55 Q4 ,if f 5 . f f - f 'MZ' g 4: 'ff Q 1 l .ww P: ,f 'I , .. Nu: 'J '91 fi ix V W Officers of the 1957-58 Forum: P Byrne, J. DiCarlo, F. Trezza, presi dent, and P, Bottino. Varsity debaters compare notes Seated: P. Hunt, R. Serio. Standing O. Arcuni, F. Trezza, P. Brennan x, xr ' i"1.,2 ' L r VY,-f Freshmen debaters J. Marchesani and J. Raedel with J. White, dramatic: veteran. Dramatic performers: B. Sowul, R. Mohr, F. LaPerch, M. Bishko, J. White. Sophomore debaters - Seated: A. Fulvini, F. Giaccio, N. Longo, T. Flynn. Standing: B. Duffy, R. Greco, M. Chovuniec. Fresh Debaters Thomas Orr and Anthony Purente. 3 . P .i fi QA 1 in-.M dj new K R V 'hifi Qlzamatic, Klub ,Z2ltQA.2l'lfA., 12 Angry Men X E-. Xssiv ' T Once again Bro. Stephen Anthony's Dramatic Club scored an artistic triumph in their presentation of Reginald Rose's, "Twelve Angry Men." The tour night stand saw the play presented to a capacity audience of over 1,200 persons. On March 16, the cast jour- neyed to Esopus, where the play was presented at the Marist Juniorate. The play dealt with the acquittal of a 'I7-year old youth who was on trial for killing his father. The outcome was surprisingly different as all the iurors returned a not guilty verdict, although eleven of them had voted guilty in the opening minutes of the play. The Dramatic Club wishes to express its gratitude to Bro. Brendan Lawrence who was in charge of the lighting, and to Bro. William Arthur and his crew of stagehands whe were in charge of the stage construction and maintenance. Their work can be considered no less than great. -E 5-X61 tWiXXiX Q "He did say, 'l'n1 going to kill you,' and then stabbed his father lille this." Dramatics "Down ond in! Thot's how l'd stab a taller man . . . This is how it was doneI" "At first I thought guilty . . . then not guilty . . . now . . . I iust dont know." figs L gf., X J X-fs' v Y L1 ' ,R me Q Y Ag I ,A K L...-K S A 4 g F? ' 3-, "I think Pho! kid is guilty and nobody, but nobody is going Oo change my mind!" eg Q F E 4 "'K,X! gy? I ff! 3: F ' a 'z e ' i S ' I 1 . , , Us 4 3 1 "Lei me al him! l'll kill him, l'lI kill him!!" "He'x ins! as guilvy whether if's a hard vote or an easy one." uLTf a In . vffsfw, ' H T4 0-..., 5 3 I i l ,ZW . -w xx, "Look, they proved it in court that the kid did it. Do you want me to list the evidence?" I ,- i. Bro. Stephen Urban compliments the cast of "Twelve Angry Men" and Moderator Bro. Stephen Anthony after a successful "road production" at Marist Prep, Esopus, N. Y., on March 16. Row l lkneelingl: Bart Sowul, Frank la Perch, JoeDi Carlo, Mike Rohan. Row 2: Joe Dryer, Lou Cassava, Mike Bishko, John White, George Oddo, Frank Monas- tero. Row 3: Joe Garvey, Pat Brennan, Al Vita, Frank McHugh, Pat Bottino, Ray Moh. w e-4 .ig 125 .ay ' . 4941 Xi' 6 4 SZ 126 nwlmivf 17 1 'R' . , ' A 'T M! I 1 i 4 .9 .f 'N pw 'E ,W PM ,R ., 1? Q o V , s .. ."9'-'-S-.. Seated: M. Bishko, P, Byrne, T. Finn, T. Cotter, W. Kohler, W. Walsh. Standing: J. Powers, J. Broderick, J. Schmidt. 3 X 4-4 Sr x4 K vu J X A4 qvtnmh-'tu' .I r. g I f X John Broderick prepurex artwork for tho yearbook. Associate Editor Cotter checks copy with typist Bill Kohler. wan? J, y Mountaineer After a year of diligent and intensive preparation, the Mount Annual is now presented to the student body. This issue of the Mountaineer has endeavored to portray the activities and famil- iar scenes of the school year through the theme, "Around the Mount World in T80 Days." The theme has attempted to capture the spirit of the intellectual, social and athletic aspects of student life. This year's stat? is piloted by Editor J. Schmidt. Assisting him are Associate Editors T. Finn and T. Cotter. Most of the layouts were created by the toil of J. Schmidt, T. Cotter and W. Walsh. At the beginning of the year, activties pictures presented a prominent problem. The answer, however, was provided by the Photography Club. The staff of the Mountaineer is deeply in- debted to Bro. Francis Robert and his staff for their untiring effort to produce the best pictures possible tor this year's publication. l "'T Q Q73 t - ---' V --.VA W. , aw., , H In 1 it 'llr A i'r ' ,. 'fi' - i , - lag, 1, ,, A, 'fu L . . lv 9- iwff f 5 'fff Poster Club An important but little-known activity is the Poster Club. f This organization works the year-round for the other activities by publicising forthcoming games and events. This year the club undertook a particularly hne project during the Church Unity Octave. By means of large posters, the student body was kept informed of the various intentions of each day. The student body extends its thanks to Bro. Myles Eric and the Poster Club for their efforts and achievements. President L. Cummins and A. Bimbo dis- cuss Poster Club plans. 'I A 3 ra fr' ff, ir' f il l D. Dallal, C. Carpentieri, W. Pierno, P. Alioha. Postr Club oficers J. Derrico and D. Dullal. 1 Kneeling F. Filomio, J, Pappalardo, R. Stancnvage, P Aliolfa, J. Trolta, J. Dornan, W. Pere: Standing M Doyle, V, Vanacore, J. Fcrrnrctli, A. Nielson, E. Keane, C. Carpenfiere. T28 Those Mounties with scientific interests can find an outlet for their energies in the Mount Science Club. The activity under the direction of Brother Julian Ernest is divided into five main departments, in which the eighty members are grouped according to interest and ability. Each boy is encouraged to submit a proiect to the annual School Science Fair. The best of these are sent to the Diocesan Fair. Although competition is keen here, the Mount's future scientists took first place in Science Club one field last year, and are eagerly looking forward to this year's contest. Sophomore science students do research for their l l hiv-2 biology proiects. R. Schulte and P. Schweppenhauser examine a chart on mitosis 'ff f lp U' WJ Mg'- iym-'xs - J. Sims, P. Spucci and W. Gontenbein at work in the lab. Q 4 1' 44- E1 b '. '- l 1. l 1 .,-.. 1 X55 :fir 1 1 P7 L7 -'l ii.. m....L1.....L.1.,Y.l R. Shay, T. Paginini, J. McGinty, M. Rohan, and R. Piorito plan Photography Club activities. Photography Club Prseident Martin Foley at the enlarger. 3 V, 'X nl A 6 .. X R. Shay and J. McGinfy at work in the darkroom. A-1 Cameraman R. Shay at work for the yearbook. l I ,..a,. 5 ix 5.-.-A syn? A newcomer to the Mount scene is the Photography Club. Under the direction ot Bro. Francis Robert, the moderator, and Martin Foley, the President, the Club supplies the Tower and Mountaineer with an accu- rate photographic coverage of student life and cur- rent activities. The club also sponsored the recent Photography Contest which was open to the entire student body. Our thanks go to this new activity for their service to the school during the year. Photography Club 4 vu- , ,..,, If W' ,. " MM, ,.,. ,W--f V, , '-9j,...W,f vlxziffg, -K X W , j , ,, , ,,,, ,, ,,,. ,wf'f"'W,...! S J. if... ,I . A A ,W h at 'ix f..i 'A 1 lac, ff' I,-' I If .. by K E :ff 1 73. f ' A ', .3"v"" ' 4? 1 .4 it 5 ,,, , V , 2. ' s W. f J R i spzi fi 1, f mtg , .- . if fy, . , 0, .V I, 1 Q M , Q + 'C . , - ' V 9+ ' 15 V f fi. 5 2 26 ,x QQ A .gk xt' X ,f ,o-1. ,W ,,, .X . L ' lr A . X 9 5 5 , Q Q as i Q' . , uw- sf' ,, f 3 C 9 35' '92 gazzi, J. Sperdini. Row 2: P. Schweppenhauser, S. Vec -355: Q:J', ML,- V ,QQ 36 ,Fl Q ,-f:-:uv A ?5:vc..i, gf "r 'A ' ga N, Row 1: W. Carroll, R. Chiabira, F. Ryan, M. Fereday, P. Fu- Mafucci. Row 4: A. Iazzetti, A. Pacheco, T. Tucciarone, W ci, R. Heitmann, R. Schulte, A. Rizzo, J. Ambrose. Row 5: R. Shay Silva, J. Garvilli, M. Cassano, J. Manco. Row 3: N. Firemonte, C. Milton, W. Casey, M. Foley, A. Piombo, J. Cameron, J F. Capasso, R. Fiorito, J. Gannon, T. Wasieleslmi, P. Hilze W I ni """"'? 3 n, M. McGinty, P. Harrington. "'-It I Q-.img lui-1-QT A Eg F' ' Xi' 22 Qi-r ill sl : ' x r mf MF ,gli---if 'H'- Row 2: E. Highlower, P. Harrington, W. Kohler. Dr. Reuther and Bro, Gabriel Francis, bond moderalo r. Row 1: R, McKinney, J. Del Galdo, K. McFcll, R. 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" " sr 1-,rQ.:-3:5.iE -44 :m"573f5' QR-:.t11'Qg' QAJQL' -'1 -gf, ' - Row 1: P. Jcrell, R, Helmond, V. Murre- mucci, K. Blair, S. Haley, Row 2: R, Mar- ohi, J. Scouari, M. Quailrochi. .J.ll.-. Row T: J. Gallarello, P. Daddino, J McCarthy, W. McCarthy. Row 2: E Garcia, D. Dallal, E. Marotfi, R. Shay. if 'fi .' i fit ' J Under the masterful baton of Dr. Reuther and the guidance of moderator Bro. Gabriel Francis, the Mount band again gained well-earned laurels for itself. Being almost unique, in the fact that it specializes in classical music, the band has honored the Mount wherever it has appeared. The Fall air resounded to the march of the musicians as they supported the football team through both victories and defeats. Their sterling appearance at the Christmas Assembly was appreci- ated by all. The highlight of the year came April 12, when, after long months of practice, the band held its annual con- cert. After this smashing success, they iourneyed to Washing- ton, D.C., where they defended their title in the National Music Festival. Band Row I: M. Cusack, R. Font, A Bausch. Row 2: l. Maglione, M Rokicki, J. Piombo, J. Ross, J. Giallo. Row I: T. Moncuso, S. licciurdone Salomon, G. Rokicki, C, Qualles. fv Row I: J. Puglicse, A. Pc-los: M Bur N, Moran, F. Ricruiii. rf' f Row T: R. Stoeppler, C. Pannuti, F. Filomio, S. Vecci, P. Murray, S. Tosi. Row 2: J. Wickinson, J. Whelan, T. Curtis, W. Suling, T. Donohue. The flag bearers pass Saint Patrick's in the Columbus Day parade. I Row I: R. Vecci, W. Pierno, J Kenny, D. De Sanfis, V. Colangelo Row 2: D. Scuppatura, H. Marfucci T. Wasielewski, F. Coniino. Row I: A. Panella, R. Aschenbrener, M. Timmons, J. Carey. Row 2: J. Korky, E. Rankin, R. Burney. Pv- L gsv9"'5"""' N-1' ,., - W,--gx F ar .qwlh .,'5S W +31 -SQ x ,- ' W' , 2 I , ,ff 7 'L , ,L " f .. A, M, Wqmlrhi V f- f., , , 'Xl nr Nw JY' 4 Howie's record: 20 years without a losing season. To inaugurate Coach Howie Smith's twentieth season at the Mount, the varsity football team got off to a fine 3-O start. ln its first encounter, the team downed a powerful New Rochelle squad, l3-7. Both Mount touchdowns were scored by Tom Nelly. Aided by a hard-charg- ing line, the Mounties vanquished an Iona Prep eleven 12-O. Then followed a triumph over the Crusaders from Stepinac, i8-7. Riding on the crest of a three-game winning streak, the Smith- men ran into a roadblock from St. Francis Prep. When the last whistle had blown, the 4' Coach Howie Smith prepares to send Alan Sim into the game. Fellin throws an important block for Barr in the Fairfield game. WS will A tired Mounties rested at the short encl of a 52-6 trouncing. ln the ensuing two games, the Smith eleven dropped two close decisions to Chaminade and Fairf1eld Prep, 20-19 and 13- 12 respectively. To climax a hard-fought sea- son, Cardinal Hayes obligingly succumbed to the Mount attack, spearheaded by Danny Mc- Manus' three touchdowns. The final score read 26-14. In a post season tribute to Howie Smith's t1ne coaching ability, he was awarded the C.H.S.A.A. "Coach of the Year" honors by the Journal-American. 5 is get ri , ZW ,,+'?" Y J 'x ilu AA. nys, ,M- Quarterbcck Ahern goes up for a iump pass aguinsf Iona. cz- .Qi-3 ffqgau 1 QW- 1 'ro 4 'n Q04 'ffl 41 w , ,U ,Q Ula ' l 'cr 0' I nr rim gm - arf IU ,... v'," wilt! Q inn.-Q Folio carries oround the end oguinsi the Terriers Fellin scores a YD. ugninsi Fairield. Varsity Pl E- F1 I nm -as min- f-app... i-'mr' WW L- 4. 4. n --V-:fn-"Y -ara-gi ws .L ""f"' Conroy L Nardr F Leahy, N. Muro, W. Genhle G Erchler Velto M Wall Row 4: J. Collins, J. Ahern D Malberger Bassano V McGuure l. Ekerf, J.Giallo, E. Gilmore T Browne VARSITY RECORD New Rochelle Iona Prep ......... Stepinac ..... ST. Francis ...... Chaminade ...... FairHeld Prep Cardinal Hayes W W 5 4 S n it R' I v hx! J 1 y rig? , 1 z l 3 XC 9 Q' 'fx f , W.. WV 4, . 0 ' """z"w'f-L , 1 , A-LI -2-LW , , - V Q W, - . azz, i ' "" " - ., . 5 'iw " -af p- s- 'lf--mffzf ,. ., 1 ,,,,y.4,., , , 'M t ,VZ g., X ,. ,fl ' , , ve , 'v- Q lv, ., 'f svn Q' , , ' ' " 'f-""' ', nfn.,H" ,QI A V' ... 1, V, ..,f,4.-.,- - - Q 3, xt", 2. ,A J? ' . sc, '-, '5,f-up' . -4 A -. . . 'Q ' ' V '7. -, W- ' f, ' " L, ia- '- rg-r X' V Q mr, - ,Q N. A r .v'L, E 5 I. ,luv Wpgwyo- Q pix My 'fffiintrdifii affrff ii' . 1 ' ' A X -09.55. - ff-"' .4 ' 452.9 ni: Sweeping around end Halfback C. Barr picks up yardage against Hayes. Y f 45' i W, U " wif L A ,J 'W "' 1 5 fsf,- , if , ' 4, 'FT - '7 ' K , ity? A B S H V A , ft S 1, X., ,yr 3 --J Y U " f.f"' fr ,, I -.. 7 Barr carries the ball ihrough the center of the St. Francis line. - -pf-.A I 'Cf 5 '- , -53 if .". .tg L J' .Y., Big John sees a dime. Homecoming queen J. Palumbo and her artendants af the Slepinac game. .veit Junior Varsity lx till Ak i FR . gg g.,: : U W 'X S 1 -stings S 1252 t Row 1: D. Cannon, D. Corelli, J. Cooney, M. Pagliucca. P Guarino, F. Freyre, R. Cutney, M. Vauana, A. Viggiano, R Buckner, D. Dix, P. Buckley. Row 2: J. Pignataro, C. Boccia V. Sullivan, R. Salice, J. Pasoli, D. DeMatteo, M. Fitzgerald, W. Polian, J. Gari, T. Cataldo, R. Yarrobino, J. Hetman, Kneel 'J' 'Y ' ll ' x Q f fi f. A ,-17' .., 'gf 'Q Eichler carries the ball against lincoln. ,- fe' .. 'ff' N1-'-o,. 1 fy , ,V 4.-war., ing: Mgr. A. Cutting. Standing: V. Wallace and W. Pitassy lmgr.l. Row 3: D. Holborn, A. Bausch, S. Reiger, R. Maiberger, P. Grossi, V. Argentino, T. Kriz, W. Samora, D. Sullivan, R. Hozer, W. Schoeck, R. Banker, J. DiBartolo. '23 Under the tutelage of our new coach, Joe . it Tricario and Moderator Bro. Patrick Roch, the ET si Mount J.V.'eleven outshined their varsity broth- ers by boasting an 8-1 over-all record and gaining the C.H.S.A. championship. In their first encounter, the Mounties downed the Flyers of Chaminade 19-13. Sullivan and Hofler shined as the Mount trounced Flushing High 27-O. Not content with two wins under their belts, the Junior gridsters edged past Iona and St. Peter's, 12-7 and 14-6, respectively. After rolling to four straight victories, the Mounties were edged out by St. Francis 13-7. The J.V. regained their winning touch by romping over Stepinac 27-O in a contest sparked by Roy Buckner's play. Lincoln High and New Rochelle were next to fall before the Mount onslaught as they were soundly defeated 27-O and 25-O in that order. ln the final contest of the year the Blue and Gold wrecked Cardinal Hayes to the tune of 25-O. i"'.!+L 9 A 1 ,M . 'V .f wg lik' if N if " if' Q 1 -Q, 9 1 up ' ' ,. 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" ' ,. 1,1-if ., f 'Kemal - " -4 -A - we-1-U' Samora has a clear field u ainst Lincoln. Fitz erald attem is a ass a ains! SO. Francis. 9 9 P P 9 iigkzy fin-4v1y.yw,N,,M,, 252' 'md ,MQ M i ' A . r , . , "' 'T :jl3"fFL"33f'fav'--1 Coach Tucano receives the ball used in the Hayes H game from co-captains Rieger and Halborn af Ohe RL, A-I ,. A--v ' +- 'Yi-495: . . h 1 ,- . I A271541 " f,.,',f H ,M ' 1 , - r -Q I ' ', --A .V A ,Ji . 144 . YL3. , - J , .A Jffii wi Thanksgiving assembly. -thu" 'Q Q., 4 ,A - - 1-wn.66",' ,,f -9 . -, .. . . v -9:-"5 , . I "T 'ff 'iff 9 me-fvf Cannon is hit as along sweep around end is stopped by Lincoln, -ne.. N 1 JUNIOR VARSITY 'Q Mount Opponent 19 Chaminade 13 27 Flushing , O l3 Iona 7 ld Sl. Pefer's . , , 6 7 St. Francis l3 27 Stepinac . O O O 0 27 Lincoln ......, 25 25 New Rochelle Hayes ,. A wi l i Q Af U94 RutTulo goes for ten yards against St. Francis. Eff' CLI: -F 7,0 ,Y.. . .. . .s . - Freshmen Although the Frosh football team's sea- son's record was two wins and five losses, the yearlings showed fine coordination and teamwork. Coached by Bro. Robert Eugene, the team started well by defeating Holy Family 19-0. After several defeats, the Fresh- men showed their Mount spirit by bouncing back to victory. Despite their disappointing season, the Mount can be proud of the Freshmen eleven. f ---if-. .. W.. ,,,. -... ,-'Y , .,....... ..,,.y ,- YY,-- - Row I: K. Walker, l. Gellella, A. Bollon, J. McCarthy, R. Ruftulo, E. Kunchel, T. Callahan, R. Gonzalez, R. lourusso, M. Hamilton, T. Gellespie, P. Giannoe, J. Finelli. Row 2: F. Bis- Mazzucca, J. Dooley. Row 4: S. Wilkins, J. Morris, J. O'Con- ongna, P. Derrico, E. Geraci, R. Peginault, R. Nealon, D. Haas, nor, W. Dowd, E. Felardi, J. McHale, C. Saviola, F. Zonghetti, M. Marbella, S. Campana, J. Regaui. Row 3: T. Higgins, T. P. Gentile. Qiivl Q6 f N, ii f'N Varsity Basketball In keeping with the school song, "with grit and real deter- mination we will uphold her name so true", the Varsity squad fought hard and furiously to land a berth in the C.H.S.A.A. playoffs. This year's team was the tirst in seventeen years to represent the Mount in the city championships. Mount Opponent 51 Fordham Prep ....... ....... 6 1 61 Tolentine ............... .,...., 6 9 68 Sacred Heart ....... ....... 7 6 47 Stepinac .,...,,...,.....,.. ,,..... 6 1 46 Cardinal Hayes ...... ....... 5 7 51 Fordham Prep ....,... ....... 5 5 55 Tolentine ....,................... .,.,... 6 O 52 Stepinac ........,........................... 58 78 Blessed Sacrament ..,.....,.,. 45 55 Sacred Heart .............,...,....., 43 62 St. Helena ..........,.......... ....... 6 3 56 Iona Prep ....... ....... 7 3 67 Salesian ....................,... ....... 5 3 88 Iona Prep ................................. 42 60 Blessed Sacrament .,.......... 42 71 St. Simon Stock ..................... 36 66 Salesian ........................ ....... 4 9 64 Rice ........................... ....... 4 O 41 Iona .........,.....,...... ....... 4 3 37 Chaminade ......... ....... 4 4 Conlon goes high for two points against Fordham. Kneeling: T. King, M. Borrelli, J. Coleman, l. Barberio, capt., J. Connolly, J. Fellin, R. Fisher. Standing: G. Filardi, R. Nicolai, J. Neyen, J. Olmstead, M. Conlon, J. Collins, E. Beatty, A. Sim, J. Noel. 147 I NK' 1. ,X .fxkf - ly? X' Y. X, V . -fl ,X- -1:35153 'X GUY I vt?-'Q x 7 2.51 1 S Valdes sinks a one-hander against Salesian. Junior Varsity This year's Junior Varsity, rated by coach Bro. Paul Andrew, as one of the best in Mount's history, compiled a commendable 12-5 record. After losing three out of its first five games, the Junior Blue and Gold copped ten out of their last twelve. Notable among their victories is the fact that the Junior Mounties twice defeated Stepinac, a trick which the Varsity couldn't turn once. Although Scott and Mc- Cann led the J.V. in scoring, its success is due mainly to a team effort. At the rate the Sophs are improving, they promise to furnish the Mount with a champion- ship Varsity within the next few years. Kneeling: A. Dentato, T. Eivers, J. Conlon, R. Valdes, R. Buckner, J. McMahon, P. Curran, R. Lyons. Standing: A. Gill, J. Pignaturo, G. Eichler, R. Maiberger, W. Samora, J. McCann, J. DiBartolo, J. Bourne, E. Scott, Brother Paul Andrew, Coach. Av T C -C W' W Pugliese goes up for two points against Sacred Heart. Freshmen Mount Opponent 30 42 39 53 48 41 52 47 45 43 10 34 48 49 52 59 49 50 42 42 37 Salesian ....... Hayes ............. ....... St. Helena ........ ....... Stepinac .......,.,. ,....., Holy Cross .,...,....... Fordham Prep ........ St. Helena ............. ....... Hayes ................. ...,... lona Prep ........................ ,...... Fordham Prep ............,........... Blessed Sacrament ............ Sacred Heart ....A................... Molloy ...........................,.. ....... lona Prep ......., Holy Cross .......... ....... Sacred Heart ............ ....... Salesicn .................................,.. Blessed Sacrament ,........... Stepinac ...........,.......,...,............ La Salle ........................... ....... Marist Prep .......... ....,.. we W' wwf W Mew Amy ,. 1 -V ,if .,. 4 5 i A ,ll,y1yfV l ""' W -if le41 - ' ' f N sf--' M Z .1 , 2- ' ,, ,,,M,,,, 5, , ,. f 5 3 fi in fww ,779 V -,.,.,., 3 2-.ai ,,,, , 1 , V,,, 1 f' V ' if A 'Q , ,,, 1 ' Q H J? f '34 1 430 VM .f. .1 4- Kneeling: R. Pugliese, J. Brennan, R. Hamilton, R. Varian, R. Nealon. W. Grieco, J. 0'Connor, V. Pino. 151 92514 qv. . we , E... 5 Q., iv 4 'S Standing: J. Dooley, G. Kull, I lf, J N L Al Castellano crosses the finish line flrsl. Jim Coyle comes in strong of Tibbefts Brook. ., ,I ' J' 'N B . -A Y l ...-- ow l R Scuvo, F C-uordmn, J Kvlly P Bova Row 2 R Cannon A Castellano, W. McCor!l1y W. Leonard. J. Courtney Clarlr, J Reilly, F Rivera, D lmporeoln, J Oducvno A Du- N Bronco. W Treonor Nunzio, J Broclcriclr Row 3 G Muhlmoyvr. J Curvy D. 152 J. Cloidt leads the puck to the finish line. Track From the outset this year's "hill cmd dalers" brought laurels in quick succession to Murdock Avenue. Firsts included the B.M.W.'s, the lona College Meet, and Mount Meet, while third place honors numbered the N.Y.U. Meet as well as the city championships. The indoor team continued the winning streak into the C.H.S.A.A. relay carnival where the Mount two mile relay team of A. Castellano, J. Reilly, J. Cloidt and D. Sullivan, bettered the former Meet record by 5V2 seconds. This same team defeated 'I8 of the best schools in the East at the Providence College Four Mile Relay. Then came the plague of iniury. Undaunted, the Borckmen finished second behind a strong La Salle team in the B.M.W.'s, with Dan Sullivan inking a new Mount record forthe half. With the support of a roaring Mount student body the boys went on to miss second place in the City Championships by a slender 3 points. Well done, Tracksters! Row 'lu W. Lacy, R. Ludwig, J. Cassetta, J. DeAngelis, R. Ludwig, R. Thorne. Row 2: T. Higgins, H. Riehl, T. Caulfield, A. Bollen, J. Stylmazcz, E. Kuehnel. if xii if X Q. 'W 1 Row ls R. Waddle, J. Coogan, F. Giurdinc, R. McKinney, J. Scomillio. Row 2: J. Scozzari, J. Tinne J. Carey, J. Coyle, P. DeRosa, R. Scuvo. Row l T Neubf-ri, J Morcoglieu-, T Cuullleld, lHoll, J DeAngeIi5, W. ludwig. Row 1: H. Riehl, R Hohmon, J Pr-Hngrcw, W Sf0YlO, D Crisci l54 .-ef". A Q. xl'-af YPA veg "'K3 ., xwxj Q - S T' , wiv , Ng Vi' Couch Howie Borck gives u few poiniers fo one of his hurriers. O W W, .5 McCann runs hard at Tibbehs Brook. 'QQ' -1 r-s , s..l 1 1 'Q 'nw Row I: R. Bully, A. Murchiselli, A. Cloidi, J. Ackerly. Row 2: J. Reilly, J. Sullivan, J. McCann, A. Castellano, J. Cloidf. 'I55 2' Row l: A, DiNunzio, D. lmperoli, R. Fox, T. Ward, I.. Cleveland. Row 2: F. Cavacini, R. Grimaldi T Sharlley, P. Cioffari, T. Freiel, J. Hull. Q Ag' tv R, .,.,.-. ff 1 DQ 4' IN 1 CQ .32 Y 5 W 'ik .a as 35 'Q iff- """ " Q. ? av .rv ' gf O' I ' U 4 1 ffl , gawf M . 4' V ' I 'T 'Q f . -U .. wg, -Q an ,X '. - fi' . V ' X 0, N X A S. . 'd -L Row 1 R, Barry, A. Cloidv, A. Marchiselli, J Aclmcrly Row 'Z J Sullivan, J. Cloidf, A Castellano, Reilly, D. Sullivan. v 1, xii 3 X .J P'-5 va- 'K"ia:fe . .az,.rf4 i3f'sg'N'? ' 5 X. fr Mn V PV. gl. H- fe. "' lf. -X as. '9' . fu'lN.a,i:. px .Q 4' 5.15 l'.51e" xlmi .l-f Paolucci grabs a pass in Hue playoff game between 2-A and 1-H. 5- Intramural Foofball ,, , as.: V " 'ffl' I Cummeraho is well guarded by Rankin and Murray VM ff if --km- Anybody clear?? Greco malxes the tag on an inlercepled pass 157 Class 2-F the intramural champions of Freshman and Sophomore yearS. Kneeling: M. Webster, F. Trotfd, V- Sullivan, R. Giulano, J. Brauneisen, J. Campanale. Standing: R. Lom- bardi, N. Zampano, J. Serraveua, F. O'Neill, L. Autorino, S. Reiger, D. Doyle. Mmhel, has U sho, blocked Nlcolal lays up two points as 4-E takes the school championshup Bro Charles Intramural moderator with managers J McAllrstLr G Campbell Mercora goes in for two pour Inframural Baskefball Sieve Imp fakes the fop. Ahern oulrecches Connors. " Rebound is token by Imp. Ll ' W ' iklfwn - -- f- .Q ,,.-1.4 - V I V j . '- -:,-feff , , f ,Jul in 5 Q,-Llllla v f i - , , - H ,gg ,:. ur, -V . Q, H r 4- - V F' s . ' Q I iff 7' if I --1 J X, ' 'xflivs ' i it ' 'fi " 'V"V exif Xt 1' X one .- X 'Av-V ' i , . ' I 121-fi vnlp' GU, Qui, lv 'T v -W, p, we u Q- it Q 1 yt J, gf, 'im J " ' , Q , , 'ggi' A ' fast '3i+e1f"i'f f , 5. mf, X' -X II, 5 "WZ ' T U "F: ' g.f6'7l:ff?j es ' 45 fri 'L f Q. T ' .'..,., QQ' , R - 3 ' I I ini Lia'-T UW! llnUH"'QNiUl'fT". an L? wwe gr I 1 -K pp It , E x X i, am- , . 0 Ulf M1 U10 ., sq' ' .LAP Row T: John Tripodi, Michael Fitzgerald, Philip Aliotta, Albert Wieland, Alex Corini. Row 2: louis Barberio, Gerry, Filardi, John Cunnion, Fred O'Connor, Kevin Olihers. Row 3: Thomas Nelly, Patricll Connors, John Herlihy, Robert Nicolai, Alex Muliero. Row 4: Joseph Glaser, Robert Capobianco, John Ahern, George Eichler. "" itULffYr v 4 , if lj ' -' 5 .4 ' Coach Howie Smith gives some pre-game pointers to his players. I 1 E E f X Varsity As the baseball season got under way the Mount nine found itself in the newly formed Westchester Catholic High School League. Last season's squad which placed third in the league, missed second place and a play- oFf Spot, by losing to Hayes on a balk in the ninth inning. Coach Howie Smith has built his team around a core of returning lettermen. They include Bob Nicholai, Gerry Filordi, John Tripodi, .lack Herlihy, Fred O'Connor, Tom Nelly, Tony Cunnion and Lou Barberio. The graduation of many J.V. players to the Varsity is expected to aid the team a great deal. Last year's 8-3 C,H,S,- A.A. league record is expected to be im- proved upon because of the formation of the new league. Howie expects his strongest opposition from Iona Prep and Stepinac, it6'UNr H -t"""f 'oU"C ll , Q, 44: sv... .X wi Brother William, J.V. coach, speaks with D. Holborn and S. Rieger, veterans of last yenr's championship squad. a s e b a l l Junior Varsity Bro. William James, J.V. baseball coach, expects this season to be as successful as that of 1957. Last year the J.V. sported a season's record of 17 wins-3 losses. They emerged champions of the Bronx division of the league. La Salle, the Manhattan division winner, fell to the score of 5-O as the Moun- ties won the City title. Prospects for a suc- cessful season, although looking good, are a bit darkened by the loss to the Varsity of star pitcher Joe Glaser and hitters Pat Con- nors and George Eichler. 0 fyh, QU UN 9 XROHN7- UQ-l,N7f: wbol-'Nl' ts 1 AJ N 1,9 ,.-Q fl QUN JJ if fi I Kneeling Henry ROPiSGYClU. Brian Maloney, Edmund Ragani, Dennis Dowds, Richard Valdes, Anthony Viggiqno, Martin Delisi, John Gallarello, John Brennan. Standing: Thomas Rulilalo, Thomas Tucciarone, louis Crodido, Donald Ross, Ronald Lombardi, David Holborn, Stephen Rieger, Richard Stoopplor. 'l6'I YY 52 S 1' f- i vu 'ji f M ,.l' . x X 'N , a' 9 f 5 il fi, 43 Three alumni offer Mass in thanlzs giving for the payment ofthe debt on the Memorial Building. 'Ji at 3 ',.....--se The kitchen crew prepares refreshments Dedication and blessing of the statue of the Sacred Heart erected by for one of the monthly meetings. the members of the Men's Club in memory of the deceased members. .Sf sv""'h- .-.LN 162 N4 Mrs-NWS' A testimonial is oftered to Mr. Wm. McGrath in recognition of his outstanding service to Mount Sf. Michael's. If Mount Saint Michael can boast of the finest high school campus in New York City, it is in no small way due to the efforts of the Mount Men's Club. Thanks to the devotion of these men the Mount World provides the best atmosphere possible for more than twice the number of students formerly enrolled. This has been accomplished by the construction of the Memorial Building. During the past year the staggering debt in- curred by this addition to the Mount was completely paid. More than the building itself, this achievement stands as a tribute to the organized effort of generous men. For all the work which such a project entailed for each of you, we, the students of Mount Saint Michael, wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation. 1. Mount Men's Club ,. , -.f- - . W f 1 , f ' I ya, , X fr' . fish? f, f , 7, ww ' ffwwf , V ., fy, I I t , , Mrs. Schmidt, president of the Mothers' Club and Mr. McGrath, president of the Men's Club witness the burning of the mortgage on the Memorial Building. PER ST. 0:9 Mfr, O 2 -7 'F . 'S 5 f 'mf L'-for Av 'A 1- 163 This year we commemorate the beauty ot motherly protection and solicitude. A century ago the mother ot God and ot us all came down from heaven to the poor and obscure village ot Lourdes, to comfort and guide her pilgrim children. We, the students ot the Mount, wish to thank you, the Mount Mother's Club, tor all you have done tor us in the past. We know you have been animated by the spirit ot Our Lady ot Lourdes and we ofter to that dear mother our prayers for you. May God give you the grace and health to continue your wonderful worl-c. The devoted workers at the annual card party. Counting the card par!y's receipts, aff W I 7 Moun'r Mo'rher's Club may N ' K if V 537 I m Q 53 i is 5 ' .lx 5 I i Xfiwg. L A . QV 4 , w diff Q 1 Nu Q1 4' .R ,f l M Tw? I in fx -, :'2"":-m.,"g:,. , xl V V: .sa .1 lo f f pl I 'yi fsiff if Z 5 9 2 , i f I, egg .WX 3 , 'fu af? I v W V s xx ,gf tw? A 'R-iw i 3 , 'y Al Q ge uv if 2 7 V W ,,,, 'Aw pp M ATL I ' "1 " "', 9 lv ' f ' ii , gs ? ' J VI , ,A X 5 1 Age Y X ,.. 'i -, i2 z A., - f kf 1 ,L ' .. 1 5 The Mount's Indian sludenh enlerlain the Mother's Club at one of their monthly meetings. -L.. Grammar School Team s.: L ia U Kneeling: Frank Paine, Peter Kull, Daryl Kowal, Anlhony luis Silva, Robert Martinez, Roberi Lombardo. Dominick Canca Fernandes. Standing: Edward Rodriguez, Roberf Amacida, Seniors N 734 f'-:F . H .,.,,," V ir 1 f Th0m05 F- NellY Frank J. Pestone 443 NUb9f AVENUE 1763 Bronxdale Avenue Mount Vernon, N. Y. Bronx 62, N. Y. Foo1bollI2,3,4g Boscboll 2,145 166 Inlromurols 2,3,4. Yhe March group of retreatants, accompanied by Bro. Raymond Arthur and Bro. Charles Patrick, pose for a group photo at the conclusion of the retreat. Mounties make the Way of the Cross at Monroe. Each day at Gonzaga begins with Mass. Gonzaga Retreat From early Fall until after the Easter vacation, members of the Senior Class left tor the annual closed retreat at the Gonzaga Retreat House in Monroe, N. Y. The four day retreat, conducted by the Jesuit Fathers, is spent in silence with special empha- sis on prayer and meditation. As a high-point in their spiritual life at the Mount the Gonzaga retreat will not be forgotten by the members of the class of '58. N. 'As' V 9792 Jr'-' 4, Y", . fy -:Q A' :wl5"QL'- X . 'r X V, . 'I 1 ' E VV, .R XV ,Q X-Q, , '9 , L, A 5' H, J 1 f ' ik 1 N asfkl' i f i .. i ' . +L- -' , , . - , f f I . in f. Kil' 't!f"'V i 'L i :QM ,ff ,, nl- , 5 i" K ,' . ,f , i ,:f,f '-..- I .,,. 1 g-1 .A ' -5 ' ' 'f if , ' if f-...l wifi, -,f 5 'jV..',-'YL fp "fi 5' 3 ,Q rl nj' V If SV W? ' .. . 1, "1 ? 1?-gg.: KQV ' X Ti'-gy., ggi fi'-' f . '. , - 4'ff' . " Viig ig , : Y ,I 9 ' ' if ,Ti 'f , - As +'1'.?'f' Lfff YLZL 9 ' 15. fc lf- ' ILJE-""l -LV ?-' Z. if ' it 'FS' X-M 'I " ii?-Q3 fic, . gi.. c te Y' , ,, yi ,, 45 cs 'Q -Q Q 'i-T -f-"'iXQQ5 FH."-3 .. "l 'iwff' ' -. ii,-fl sf gil 4- ' ff 03' ' 7 N r ,cg 'ik-7, p'm','W'FT'x'1-"al 4 Q 1: L ,,TX'3i 'Th ff,-Z "lN:?fV' 'Y I. , lm- if I . A. ' jf? 5 g.g,'Vg,'f'S.f'1j . 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We of the MOUNTAINEER staff wish to express our sincere and deep felt gratitude to all who in any way aided us in getting this book to press, and especially: To the school administration and faculty, whose cooperation and helpful criticism considerably lightened our burden. To Mr. John McGuire of T. O'Toole and Sons whose advice and counsel proved an invaluable asset. To the students in each undergraduate class who drew up their class copy. To Delma Studio, the yearbook photographer, for their cooperation. 168 P, 5 V. ,lm A n A V W 1 1 1 lllllllllk w ' i fn -fr v A h sith' , nr' ' A 3, M " uafsfs. f 'M ,L W .T , juli , , A F ' ,wwf ,gs-F 'hz 147 Vftg, gf" .. 4 , ff., L - , Q .. V , 411 . ., 1 , I y'LP'!,11' :W 5 4 ,ne ', ,gig L 1 F J 1 ', Q-I'-1 I 4 ui' it VU N A A .' , , . 1 JM. R , . . Ag, , if ,J 34, fp , , , .V 'M 11,2 Q . V . .4 in N. t 1 Q '- if-gm! . +54 'K 1. lifga' 4 'A 14 ' 3 'Y' 1"gni4'?v-H fy .L 9 n 1 , ' I .. 1, P i' gh. '!wi."k 1 m.. f . 1 x": F Hx iv, - ' - i , . . 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