North Tarrytown High School - Headless Horseman Yearbook (North Tarrytown, NY)

 - Class of 1954

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It was you, Mr. Rasbeck, who, with your patience and unceasing efforts, taught us the fundamental principles in General Science, and when we grew a little older, the complicated nature of Organic Chemistry. You were always eager to help us find a solution to our seemingly insignificant daily problems, no matter how busy you were. To look at the records of our track and cross country teams, one must realize that these outstanding achievements were only made possible by the efforts of a truly great coach and wonderful friend. And the hockey team, although it cannot boast of such a long chain of victories, has learnedfunder your leadership, the essentials of sportsmanship and the sincere desire to play a game well, which is even more important than winning. We cannot express in words our admiration and respect for you, Mr. Rasbeck, but with the dedication of this yearbook, we hope we can convey our sincere and deep appreciation for all that you have done for us. We shall never forget you. The Senior Class of '54 . Mi ,.,kk E X saiiz' M 79-P'. -. g w -.,:. , ,,, Vg , -,, ff? F P -r . " Kg AX,,.M : M T7 'i 4 x .a 0' Q w. F , Q., f . F1 ' :gf- ,Qs-ml , M, .V fm, fi fun , wi? A Se ted left to rghr Elle Sc rt Sm th Barba L h Vrg. Gall ghe j W re Ch Sr ne anger jea Madden rghr y Josephme Resta L ll an McGo an Carmelo Sbezz l XEARBOOK STAFF Editor ..,l.., Layout A rt ...... .,... A A A A Photography AA A Girls' Sports ,A Boys' Sportf A AA Adviforx A AA JOAN WAITE VIRGINIA GALLAGHER CHRISTINE MANGIERI A BARBARA LYNCH A JOSEPHINE RESTA AA A ACARMELO SBEZZI JOHN PRUSAK MR. RALPH CHESTNUT MISS Ia. HENNESSEY MISS M. HENNESSEY MISS I. EVEREST A9352 GENERAL ORGANIZATIO G O OFFICERS Prendent THOMAS SMITH Vice Prexzdent JOSEPH CAMILLIERI Treafurer GABRIEL GUIBORD Secretary ELEANOR MALNIS Adwfor MISSI EVEREST 9525? il Seated left to right Judy Horvath Eileen Herhhy Carol Godbou arlo Russxgno Helen De Lade Irene Fxtzpatnck Standmg letf to nght joseph Caposs H' Bruce enbauer Robert Brooks Rnchard McCartney Anthony Yarabek joseph Macedo rt Re g Pat DxMuro Wnllnam Carton img? 3: if Seated left to nght Gabrxelle Gunbord Treasurer joseph Camxllxen Vxce President M155 Isabelle Everest Advxsor Thomas Smnth Presxdent Eleanor Malms Secretary ll W ll s 2. fi.. 7 ,yt 1-Ai. ACULTY Mr. Lawrence Hynes, Hir- tory: Mr. Edward Fitzpa- trick, Driving. Miss I. Everest, Mr. Ralph Chestnut, Miss Edna Hen- nessey, Yearbook Advifon. 6 fi' amy' M ffl- ,Q ' 1?... .xl LE 'i3l 535155 , f I-rv ,. 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I 3 ROBERT BROOKS G O l 2 3 4 Representat1ve4 Boys H1Y 3 4 Secretary 4 Red Cross 1 2 3 Dance Commntteesl 2 3 4 Trackl 2 3 4 Hockeyl 2 3 4 Tennxsl 2 3 4 Co Cap tam 3 4 Boys Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Lattn Club 2 Proyectnon Crew 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mxxed Chorus I 2 All State 3 4 jr Hnstoncal Society I Sprked Shoe Club I 2 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 4 Smgmg, Horsemen l 4 Varsnty Club 3 4 Student Patrol 3 4 HELEN DE LADE G O 1 2 3 4 Reptesentatnve 4 Orchestra l 2 3 4 Red Crossl 2 3 4 Band l rls lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Glrls H1Y 3 4 Cheer leadtng, 2 3 4 Captarn 4 Dance Commtt tees 2 3 4 Receptton Commlttee 4 Varsrty Club 3 tt ft M Ml lla seswlrtaai at lt ssswtllltllfikss sattlfmtsgssellllllmacc if was JOSEPH CAMILLIERI G O l 2 3 4 Representatrvel 2 3 Vrce President 4 Boys HrY I 2 3 4 Red Cross l 2 3 4 Representattvel 2 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Mixed Chorusl 2 Varsrty Club 3 Class Vnce Pres:-:lent 4 Boys Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Singing Horsemen l Dance Commnttees I 2 3 4 Basketballj V l 2 J V Football l Varsrty Football 2 3 J V Baseball 1 Varsrty Baseball 2 3 Track 1 2 3 Student Patrol 3 4 Recepnon Commtttee4 EVA DIOGO O 2 3 Red Cros 2 3 4 Cho u 1 2 3 Girls Intramuralsl 2 3 Glee Club Ptamst 2 3 Double Quartet 3 Mlxed Chorus 1 Orchestra 4 Thespxan Club 2 3 Dance Commnttees 2 3 JOHN CAPOSSELA Ret Cross l 2 3 4 Art Clubl 2 LORRAINE DUFFY Ol234RedCross 234Da Commrtteesl 2 3 4 French Clubl 2 3 Proyectron Crew 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Choral Club 1, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Mlxed Chorus 1 2, Recording Crew 4, Gtrls Intramurals 1, 7 3, Receptron Commtttee 4, Thesptan Club I 2 3 Dramatucs Z - - , , , L 3 ' 2, , Q A 1 , , ,-4: , , Y 1 , , , 5 , , , 1 , 1 , 3 ' - V , Q , , , 3 , 9 , 1 , , , 1 , 3 , L ' L , , V . , , , . , - 1 ., I .. . - - , , , Z 9 C 3 , , , 1 , , , z :G1 ' , , , 1 - , Z - 7 - - . , , . . . 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I 2 , ' . , - FRANK DI CAIRANO GOI234BoysH1Y34RedCrss I 2 3 4 Football Varslty 2 3 4 Track3 4 Boys Intramurals I 2 3 4 Sprked Shoe Club 3 4 Varsrty Club 3 4 Dance Commrttees 2 3 4 Baseball J V l Student Patrol 3 Receptnon Commrttee 4 JANIS HARRIS G O 1 2 3 4 Representatrve 2 Red Cross I 2 3 4 Dance Commrttees 2 Choral Club 4 Cle C 2 3 4 Dou Quartet 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 All State Chorus 4 Recordmg Crew 2 Twrrlmg Squad 2 3 4 Grrls Intramurals I 2 French Club I 2 3 Presrdent3 JAMES FIORELLA Attended Torrenvrlle Hugh School 1 2 3 G O 4 Boys I-IIY 4 Football Varsrty Boys Intramurals 4 Receptron Commntee Co chairman 4 ELEANOR HATZMAN O , , 3, 4, Jr Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Cheer leadmg 2, 4, Dance Commnuees I, 2, Dance Band 2, 3, Gxrls Intermurals I, 2, 3 ll".-'Iii ,K 19' Y-'rg w e L . -1 J... Iw..M-vM.i'w,w, 'Q L- flaw ' 'E,fv1.V:1g1,g,'Q1,: -L I -Sriewsaig-iii 'a5"w42gqf,mrQ24gi Vlmrynq ,pfflyyy MICHAEL FOLEY G. O. I, 2 .3, 43 J. V. Football 13 Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 J. V. Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, 43 Projection Crew 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus I, 23 Varsity Club 3. ANNE HERLIHY G. O. 1, 2, 3. 43 Girls Hi-43 Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls Intra- murals l, 2, 3, 43 Choral Club l, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Reception Committee 43 Yearbook Stal? 4. ,W W :T J l'Ii'lwIW" "" ll' H i f i" "' fm ', 11 , +if, . q7f-53 ' Z.. 543,5 11 'Ili IH 5 - free' 1 w:f"-In at I , ' ,f 4- . lzsarie ee e- rv wx YJ' 3 Iwi? If ,- grae, I, fi , . 4 lIf7v"'fri Il.I.I,-Il:IfIIM.f- all I 45' f 41. , '33 , ANTONIO FRANQUEIRA GO24RedCrossl234Bad 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 EDNA LAWRENCE GOl234RedCross1234Rere sentattve I 2 Girls Intramurals 1 2 3 4 C oral Club 1 2 3 4 Clef Club 1 2 3 4 Twirlmtz Squad 3 4 CHARLES GARDINER O 1 R ss Baseballl Varsity Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 2 Boys lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Pro pection Crew I 2 jr Historical Society I Varsity Club 3 Student Patrol 3 4 BARBARA LYNCH National Honor Society 4 Mixed Chorus 1 2 Choral Club I 2 3 Girls Intramurals I 3 4 Dance Committees 1 2 3 4 Recorder Crew 2 Orchestra 4 Thespian Club I 2 3 Re Cross1234GOl234Reep tion Committee 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Photop, raphy Editor 4 Dramatics 4 ROGIQR HORMAN O 34jVBasebal2I.ar Club 3 Red Cross l 2 3 4 Glee Club l Boys Intramurals l LILLIAN MCGOWAN G O l 2 3 4 Cheerleading 2 3 4 Choral Club 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 Clef Club 1 Grrls H1Y 4 Grrls Inrramuralsl 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Recordmg Crew 2 Class Secretary 3 Class Recording Secretary 4 Dance Commrrrees 1 2 3 4 Red Crossl 2 3 4 Recepnon Commrrree 4 Co Chanrman 4 SENIORS JACK KELLY Attended Steprnac Hrgh School 1 2 3 Dra r?5Kf'W2 marrcs 4 French Club 4 JEANNE MADDEN G O 1 2 3 4 Grrls HrY4 Red Crossl 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Presrdenr 4 Dance Com mrttees 2 3 4 Choral Club 2 3 4 Clef Club 2 3 4 Double Quarter 3 4 All Stare 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 Orchestra 1 Dra mancsl 2 3 Thespran Clubl 2 3 Secre- rary43 Yearbook Staff 4 Recepnon Commrr ree JOHN KLIMAS G O 1 2 4 Boys Intramuralsl 2 3 Glec Club l 2 Mrxed Chorusl 2 Red Cross Rrfle Club l ADA MALANDRINO Ol234RedCrossl234Dan Committees l 2 3 4 Grrls Intramurals I 7 Choral Club I 2 3 4 Clef Club 2 3 0 Thesplan Club 2 jr Hrstorrcal Society l Rc cepnon Commrttee 4 7,141 ' '1'3.1f.gc - 1 511 . 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JOHN PRUSAK Valedzcto nan Natronal Honor Socrety 4 Class Vnce Pre rdenr 4 Band l 2 Orchestra 1 Glee Club 3 4 All State 3 4 Latm Club 2 3 J V Foot balll Varsrty Rootballl 2 3 4 Tra 1 2 Boys Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Sprke Shoe Club 4 Re s 3 4 1 Club 1 Thespran Club 1 2 Dramatncs Dance Commrtrees l 2 3 4 Varsrty Club 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 G O l 2 4 Receprron Commrttee 4 Year book Sports CoEd1tor 4 JOSEPHINE RESTA G O l 2 3 4 Grrls H1Y 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Pres1dent4 Red Cross 1 2 3 4 Dance Commrttees 2 3 4 Grrls Intramurals 1 2 3 4 French Clubl Choral Clubl 2 3 4 Clef Club 2 3 4 Double Quartet 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 All State 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Recorder Crew 2 3 Class Secretary 4 Recep non Commrttee 4 ROBERT ROTI-IHAUS GO34RedCrossl234BoysH1Y 4 Art Club 2 Treasurer 4 Receptron Com mnttee 4 Boys Intramurals l 2 CAROLE SCHWER O 2, 3, 4, Grrls Intramurals l, 2, 3, , Cheerleading 3, 4, Art Club 2, Thespran Club 2, Band l, 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Varsrty Club 3, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4 DANIEL PERUGINI J 7 3 4 ,I V Footballl 2 Hoc 3 Cross Country 3 Band l 2 3 Orchestra Re C 2 3 4 Sprke Club 3 MARY RAGUSA G O I 2 4 Red Crossl 2 4 Representatrve 1 2 Secretary 2 Grrls Intramurals l 2 Choral Club I 2 Class Secretary 2 f"S ,l x rl X K. 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Squad 7 3 4 Choral Clubl 2 7 Mrxed Chorus 1 French Club 3 4 Latin Club 1 7 Dance Commxtteesl 2 3 4 Receptlon Commrttee 4 Yearbook Stal? 4 Busmess Co Fdrror 4 KRMANDO SCOGNA O 4 srty Football l 2 3 4 Track 4 Boys lntra muralsl 2 3 4 Varsxty Club3 4 Srudcnr Patrol 3 4 MARY ANN SIDORIK 7 ub I Cross l, 7, 3, 4, Dance Commnttees 7, 4, Gnrls Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Clef Club 3 Mnxed Chorus l, 2, Recorder Crew 2 Iumor Hnsromal So cxety I Recepnon Commnttee 4 EDMOND SAWYER L: O 1 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Cross Country 3 4 Hockey 3 4 Sprke Shoe Clu b3 4 Pres :dent 4 Red Crossl 2 3 4 PATRICIA SEBA O I Z 3 4 Glrls H1Y 2 3 4 Treasurer Red Cross 1 2 3 4 Dance Commnttees 2 I Glrls Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Latin Club CoralClubl 2 3 4 Cleflubl 2 3 4 Double Quartet 3 4 All State 4 Recorder Crew 2 4 Thespran Club 3 Band 4 Class Secretary l Receptnon Committee 4 4 THOMAS SMITH G O I 2 3 4 Presldenr 4 Representatrve I 2 Class Vrce Presrdent 2 Red Cross I 2 3 4 Boys I-I1 Y 3 4 Spike Shoe Club 3 4 Varsrty Club 3 Boys Intramurals 3 Student Patrol 1 Dance Commrttees I 2 3 4 J V Baseball I Varsxty Baseball 2 3 4 J V Foot ball I Captaxn l Varsxty Football 2 3 4 CoCapta1n 4 J V Basketball I 2 Varsxty Basketball 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Indoor Track 4 Dramatlcs I 2 3 Rlfle Club I GAYLE TAYLOR t Cross l 2 3 3 4 G lntramuralsl 2 3 4 I.at1n Clubl 2 Choral Club l 2 3 4 Clef Clubl 2 3 4 Double Quartet 4 All State 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 Class Vnce Presrdent 3 Dance Commrttees 1 7 3 4 Receptnon Commlttee 4 JOSEPH ZINGARO J 3 4 Red C 3 4 Hr Y 4 Spxke Shoe Club 3 4 Varsrty Club 3 Boys lntramuralsl j V Basketball 2 Varslty Basketball 3 4 Captarn 4 J V Footballl 2 Varsity Football 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Indoor Track 4 EILEEN TIERNEY C1 O l, 7, 3, 4, Girls Intramurals 1, 7, 3 Clef Club 1, 7, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mnxed Chorus 1, 2, Twlrlrng Squad 7, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Red Cross l, Z, 3, 4, Dance Commrttees 1 7 JAMES SMITH G O12 1 4 Hockey3 4 ReclCross1 2 3 4 Dance Commntteesl 2 3 junxor Hrs torrcal Socxety l 7 Vrce Presxdent I Track 3 4 Prolectlon Crewl 2 3 Dramatxcsl 2 3 I Thespran Clubl 2 3 French Club 2 3 Treasurer 2 Spike Shoe Club 4 Band 3 4 PATRICIA SLAVIN Salulalorlan Natronal Honor Soclety 4 Choral Club I 2 3 4 Clef Clubl 2 3 4 Double Quartetl 7 3 Mlxed Chorus l 2 Thespxan Club 1 2 Girls Intramurals I 2 3 Dance Commrttees l 2 Glrls I-I1 Y 3 4 Vxce Presxdent 4 Re mg.,CrewlZGOl234 ossl 2 3 4 2455? for fa If A 5 7 . . . 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T M , S M252 ,, w nt 5 4' est vii lyme ,nn Q st M 'xmmwfwm 'WW' 1 - - 1 I 1 I . 4 I , 1 - 1 1 1 i v y Q 1 ' Q ' I Q 1 v 1 1 4g Choral Club I, 2, 3g Clef Club 33 Mixed y Z - 9 . . , 1 1 1 1 i 1 I , , 2.5,4- 4 , ' 2 I, 1 , Q 1? , G--.,,,: ,,,:prC- li ,Q . 4 1 fx I, , -I xg I ,,, 3 I , ,f XM tx ig-I at 4. j -'sg L 7 . ' V :ET lj' ' y' J, ,, V-E 1 Pk 5 f JP' JOAN ZELYEZ G. O. l, 2, 5, 4g Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4g Cho Club I, 2, 3, 41 Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 7: Dance Committee 21 Girlk Hi-Y 4. WESTON KNAPP G. O. l, 2, 33 Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2 JI? 6fmmf0I 66 tllllllrrrt 5 L All r 1 llyylf? M 1 4 if Av THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF ' As we jog along the dusty trarl of the future we glance back at the hoof beats we have left behrnd us, and we recall the four happrest years of our lrves Remember the day the Headless Horseman threw open rts doors to recerve us rnnocent and bewrldered freshmen? We were excrted at the prospect of at last assemblrng wrth those almrghry senrors It seemed that we had warted so long to walk rn that brg front door' A few weeks later we had our formal welcome to the senror hrgh school the rnrtratron We performed the usual stunts to please the whrms of the senrors we counted sprkes rn the fence, marched up Beekman Avenue rn our baby clothes and all the rest of the nonsensrcal feats that all freshmen are subjected to Pat Seba and Red Nrcol were chosen mascots We held our frrst class meetrng wrth Mr Wrllrams as our advrsor Corrnne Stewart was elected presrdent Andy Cohen vrce presrdent Vrvran Whrte, treasurer and Pat Seba secretary Remember the day we became sophomores We were no longer lowly frosh to be looked down upon by upper classmen We held our first meerrng of that year wrth Mr Kalrnger as our advrsor Andy Cohen was elected presrdent Tom Smrth was vrce presrdent, joan Warte was elected treasurer, and Ellre Malnrs took over as secretary Later on rn the year, we held our sophomore dance whrch went over pretty well, consrderrng Remember the day we became yunrors we had finally reached the pornt where we were upper classmen, Hurrah' We had already made our mark rn our hrgh school careers Bob Berry was well on hrs way to establrsh a new track record rn New York 'dh hn Prusak was promrsrng to be another Albert Ernstern Jeanne Madden w 1, comrng dra matrst Lrl McGowan had become well known rn the musrc A d whrl rbara Lynch and jean Ferrarr had yorned the ranks of the famous rnternar . al trave We met wrth Mr Hutch our lunror advrsor to elect o that new, and we hoped drfferent year joan Warte became our presrdent UW aylor was elected vrce presrdent Gay Gurbord became treasurer and Ellre Malnrs was elected secretary agarn fThe grrls really took overb The next brg step was to choose our class rrngs Oh drd we feel rmportant wrth our brand new school rrngs Then we junrors really became known as an unusual class wrth the dance that made the whole school srt up and take notrce- The Drsmal Drag on Frrday the 13th 1957: Vrrgrnra Gallagher and Chrrs Mangrerr spent many hours workrng on a new and strmulatrng advertrsrng campargn rt succeeded and our dance was a tremendous success Another rmpo t phase of our junror year was t G O electron Both partres battled for the 1 l xl L comrng next years G O 'T ul d rt was a very close and hrghly com e elect r Tom Smrth was elec esrden u Camrllrerr became vrce presrdent, E 5 Malnrs med the role of sec ry and y Gurbord took over as treasurer , , At thrs po w careers, we began to eel ew dent of ourselves, knowrng that we had almo reached our supreme desrre to bdcome a Senror' The towards the end of our yunror year we began layrng the plans for our unror Senror Prom We decrded to call rt the Coronatron Ball and on the brg nrght our own Gayle Taylor was chosen Queen of the ball We can truly say that A good trme was had by all Remember the day we became Senrors' What a thrrll rt was to be assrgned our own Study Hall seats and to have the drstrnctron of berng able to tell all those under classmen Thrs rs my homeroom seat youll have to move Ah but we soon found out that the lrfe of 1 Senror rs not one of complete luxury Our first step of thrs new year was to elect our offrcers oan Warte became our class p rgarn and john Prusak was elected vrce presrdent fa boy at last? Io Resto me s tary Lrl McGowan took over the posrtron of recordrng secretary and Beverly Petcoff fo herself assrgned to the tedrous posrtron of treasurer Th all xr thrng on our agenda was to welcome those lowly frosh Lrl McGowan an Halffrorella were chosen co chfrrrmen for our Receptron Commrttee However to out Eimay we felt as though thrngs worked out rn a vrce versa manner but we had fun Cesr la vre' After that we plowed rnto our football season and all the events and other actrvrtres that followed We organrzed a Yearbook Staff md berng as optrmrstrc as most Senrors are, we chose The Future rs Ours as our class motto Chrrstmas vacatron came as a well earned rest but we soon found ourselves back rn school agarn worryrng about those dreaded mru terms Nevertheless, after we crossed that hurdle wrth mrnor frustratrons, we went on to brgger and better thrngs Plans were now berng made for our graduatron you mrgh say wrth mrxed emotrons Class nrght Commencement Baccalurate and all the rounds of farewells to N T and then we were faced wrth the future-our future We shall never forget all the frrendshrps good trmes and knowledge that we found here rn N T and we know that we shall always remarn loyal to our beloved Alma Mater joan Warte JF-1 .gr , v - , 1 r 1 Q , . it l - M - e , , 1 . , - . 1 ' ' 1 1 fast 3 . ., ,, . . . , I swat. ty! lr 4. 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CLASS PROPHEC The coolest reunron ever to be held IS now getting under way at the Jive Allve Dxve rn Squarevllle Actrng as hosts for thrs evenmg are the three popular men about town Gus Zmgaro the national famous manager of the Rats basketball team also two Dudes from the Metropolrtan Opera House Mr Robert Brooks and Mr Frank Cofonr who wrll entertain us later on thrs exenmg Whos this commg ln now' Well what do you know none other than the two top movre stars just returned from Pep Vous Pans Lula Blankhead fjeanrxe lviaddeqj and Yoyo Gates Urmmy Smxthk They tre now costarrrng ln the1r latest PICUIYE Paba Gaba Wxth them ns the1r manager the popular man himself joseph Macedo and away we go' Many havc lrrrved and cxeryone rs catchmg up on the latest scoop Chxc Gardmer and Pere Dapas the Admmlstrators of the Olymprc Games announced thac Bob Berry htd yust run a four mmute mule In one corner are two great sclentlsts Dr john Prusak and Dr Edmond Sawyer, who have just made a vam attempt to reach the moon rn their Venus Express They are dlscussmg certarn optrcal 1llus1ons that they experrenced wlth the world renowed optometrlst Roger Horman Commg over to joxn rn the Conversation are the recently elected Heads of the Regents Board Professor Rodney Armstrong and Professor CSPII Curlj Barbara Lynch Playrng for thrs real gone occasron lre the Bop Arres conducted by Maestro Anthony Manna 1nd consrstmg of Tony Franqurera Eleanor Hatzmann Danny Peruggm, and Carole Schwer Mun dzg that crazy mufzc' The bright lxghts ftde and the floor show bcgms Four dashlng figures appear Why' They are none other than the jzzmpm fur mme! Lrl McGowan Jo Resta Ellen Scott Smnth and Annc Hcrlnhy xccompanrcd by lorranne Duffy at the plano and Eva Drogo on the fiddle Our bounccrs for tlus ucnlng trc Frxncrs Ctsey Red Caposella and john Louch Oh here come more of our celebrrtres just back from Florrda after the varlous svnmmmg contests Gay Gunbord Helen Delade john Kelly Bobby Rothhaus Pete DeCarlo and Wes Knapp H1 grrls' eanne Courcy Mary Ann Sndorrk oan Zajrcek Flora Babcock Erleen Tlerney and ams Htrrrs hue lust arrxxed from warrous towns rn Westchester County We are sorry therr husbands couldnt come but someone has to take care of all thelr children and baby sntters are so expensne these days We are very fortunate rn hat mg wrth us tonrght the most famous photographers from all over the Unlted States Eleanor Malnns Gayle Taylor Pat Seba Rose 1nn Pat Slavrn Eugenxa Ferrarr and joan Zelyez and also the most famous reporter on the Gab and Gosstp Sheet Miss oan Wamte Along wrth Mlss Waite IS the very lovely Mary Ragusa who has just come back from 1 tour of Europe We are ready for another numbcr from some of the best performers rn the Instru mental Freld Let me present to you thc Lou Matos Bop Cats consxstmg of Lou Matos Tom Smrth Ernest Ianu Paul Agtr Al Matrt Crow D1Car1ano md Clrmen Sbezzr Most of our guests tre dtncrng or srttmg xt our luxurxous tables tnd lrstemng to the musnc Our clgarette gurls tonnght lrc Mtcgne Mmcllt Chris Mangnerr Rose Yarabek Theresa Erlckson and VIVIHH White who are lookmg the1r lovelrest rn thexr Orange and Black costumes Three of our newlywed couples are coming up the starrway now Mr and Mrs joseph Camrllrerr Mr and Mrs ames Fnorella and Mr and Mrs Mtchael Foley Commg rn behmd them are Mr and Mrs Armando Scogna who have yust returned from thelr honeymoon 1n Flornda Dzg that mn Our speakers for this evenmg are steppmg up on the platform now They are the very popular Vrrgmra Gallagher Edna Lawrence Doris Armstrong and Delores Venrer All of our guests art seated now and lrstemng attentrvely A few late comers to thrs brg event are entering the door nova Hello Beverly Bexcrly Petcoff Ada Mallndrmo Arlene Mxller and Arlcne Tonnette Well we are all here and accounted for After our speakers are through vnc wrll all s1t around and dlscuss the good trmes wc hnc 1ll had nn our four yerrs it good old N'I from l95O to I954 l1l McC1ow tn tnd lllcn Scott Qmrth Y 4 . 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Cuzefz: Eileen Tierney, joe Zingaro Frank Cofoni Rose Quinn QP HOS H Y Faculty 103 sak james Smith john Pru M ry Rag.,usa Did Mort For N Carmen Sbezzi Josephine Resra Gabrielle Guibord Robert Berry Did 'Hoyt For Senior Cfaiy: joan Waite Carmen Sbezzi, Beverly Petcoff, joe Camillieri 3 X' Pat Slavm a Seen But Not Heard Bob Rothhaus Theresa Erickson Roger Horman Rose Quinn ugh nl Ben Dresxed Frank Cofom joe Camnlllen Joan Zelyez Pat Seba D endable Mort ep joe Camxllxen josephme Resta d Carmen Sbezzx Gabrielle Gulbox Typical Senior: b Brooks joe Macedo, Bo , Beverly Petcoff, Helen De Lade Bert Dancer john Prusak Edna Lawrence Lxlhan McGowan joe Camxlhen Heartbreaker: Helen DeLade joe Macedo Mike Foley Janis Harris WHO' HO? Clan Comedmn Dons Armstrong Lunz Maros A nthony Manna Ell en Scott Smxth Clan Artutf john Caposela Bob Rorhhaus Chnstme Mangnern Vrrgxma Gallagher l Mort L1kely to Succeed Edmund Sawyer John Prusak Barbara Lynch Pat Slavrn Bert Excure Maker Flora Babcock Mnke F l 0 ey Rose Ellen Scott Smnth WX ie if Bert All Around Armando Scogna D ommrca Mmella Jo Resta Al Matra Clan M uxiciamf Anthony M A anna, Eleanor H ntonio Franquer arzman a Lorrame Duffy M oft Sopb G zflocal d ayle T e aylor R jean M oger H adden Most Alb HD fa Ofman letzc joe Macedo Bo Carol S b Berr chwer Mort Studzour john Prusak Roger Horman Barbara Lynch Arlene Mlller Mort Popular: joe Macedo joe Zingaro Lillian McGowan Eleanor Malnis Y jo Resra I-s ,- , Qf 33 MY IDl+Al WOUID HAVI' GIRLS Anne Herlrhy Ellen Scott Smrrh Rose Qurnn Gayle Taylor oan Warte Dolores Venrer Vrrgmra Gallagher Mary Ann Srdorrk josephrne Resra Eleanor Malnrs Eleanor Malnrs Eugenra Ferrarr josephme Resra Lrllran McGowan Pat Slavm Jeanne Madden Vrrgrnra Gallagher Vrvran Whrte Maggie Mmella SONG SUBJECT ACTOR ACTRESS COMEDIAN SONGSTER SONGSTRESS BOYS vc 14 Tu Tac T c vc T e T e T e Tve JL Tae Tye T94 Tu Tac T e T e 710 Han E345 o Nofc 1 Lzp5 0 Smzfe o Hamif o rZ7ZgC77Z!11IJ o Iobe5 o Laugh o Fzgnrc o Legr o Teella o Penovzalzlg 0 jewelry 0 Chdlfdf 0 P0156 o Dzmplm o Neal1ze55 o Md777ZCff o Iohn Caposselq lurz Maros lours Connolly Tom Smrrh Ioe Macedo Tom Smrth Frank Cofonr Lurz Matos Lurz Maros loe lvhcedo oe Zrngflro joe Macedo Carmelo Sbezzr Ioe Camrllrerr Tony Mmm Roger I-Iorman Rodney Armstrong Joe Carnrllrerr Charles Gardrner CI ASS FAVORITES Strafzgcf 111 Pamduc Amerzcan Hmorj Tong Curlzr Mafrzlgn Monroe ferry Leu If Tony Benner Iom jame5 RADIO PROGRAM Martm Blork 5 llflake Belzew Ballroom MAGAZINE GMIJ Sezenleen Boy5 Hoi Rod FOOD Ang Kzmi o Italum Food BAND Rag Anthony SPORT football BOOK I 7114 jury MOVIE from Hera 7 o Etefmtj 34 I S, , I I ' Tl 1 A' of: K 1 . , , - T1 , . l, fl. A Y A I lf . 2 fff , ' ll ' ' J ' Z2 ' 2 I 1 ' Tl 1 , ' . . . lg 1. Q. . l . ' IJ ' . I 4. 2 h 6 ' Tl 1 , J ' . ' I 1 ' ll 1 1 . I 1 f ' 4 7 . . ,Z J. A K , J K L Ffh fi, lffiffl , 1973 wykjfy poly in bfwfffiggjj TNIGR CLASS By ordering their class rings early, and so receiv- ing them at the beginning of their Junior year, the class of 1955 set a precedent that may well be fol- lowed. Instead of postponing the event of getting the rings until early spring, they ordered them late in their Sophomore year, and by the time school had been in session for a few weeks, all the Juniors were as bejeweled and glittering as any of the Seniors. However, the Juniors didn't devote the whole year to receiving and wearing their rings. They elected Dick McCartney, president, Bob Rizzi, vice pres- ident: Angela Cannilo, treasurer, and Janet Smith, Left to right: Row l-Phyllis Garrison, Rosemarie Ferraro, Rosemarie Zingaro, Joan Banta, Theresa Robataile, Betty Helwig, Pat McGovern, Barbara Hennessey, Phyllis Smutek. Row Z-Elaine Markantes, Betty La Freido, Joanne Brancato, Ann Cassetta, Marie Lemon, Frances Zeleznicky, Lucy Ric- cardella, Anna Campanella, Joyce Berthiaume. Row 3-Mary secretary. The spectators at the Ossining Basketball game obtained their mid-game refreshments from members of the Junior Class which were in charge of the con- cession. St. Patricks Day was festively celebrated by a Shamrock Hop, which was sponsored by the Juniors. After extensive advertising throughout the school, the dance was very successful. Although everyone went stag, the dance was well attended and seemed very satisfactory. janet Smith Gals i "7 Ann Joyce, Jean Beaulieu, Joan I-Iigi'1pshire,'irlgrgaret Kola- rich, Ann Shaw, Patricia I-lughes,'Car0l Mdiklesky, Betty- Ann Capossela, Elinor Briggs. Row 4-gROSanna Berry, Carolyn Kamerad, Joan McAleat, Janet Smith, Lillian Riech, Frances Janos, Joyce Tonietre, Angela Cannillo. - 2 tp, i Left to right: Row 1 - Wm. Boyd, Tom Taylor, Frank Benuscak, jerry Tepperberg, Robert Schluman, joseph Rus- cigno, 'Robert Zaicek, Frank Corda. Row 2 - Fernando Miranda, Ernest Noisseux, George Smith, jorma Wakkila, Jos. Gendron, W. Timmeny, Raymont Levesque, Richard E9 QYL5- 'ip Hayes. Row 5 - Anthony1Buddyj Speno, Jogn Nicholsen, Carl Olsen, Michael Zaicek, Paul Niesse, Robert Rizzi, Thomas Sawyer, Jos. Martorano. Row 4 - Wm. McKeener, Robt. Lundy, Otto Tainai, Fred Shepperd, Robert Remling, Wayne Hamilton, Richard McCartney. 1, 1, O- 4 J f CLASS OFFICERS: Robert Rizzi Vice Prefidenfg Richard McCartney Preridentg janet Smith, Secretary, Angelia Carmelo, Treamrer. , ggi L f ' yh e t to rig t liano, Eileen ew -Connie Bagileri, Rose Marie Stag- Ellen Larkin, Mary Ellen Zingaro, St in r ' ' Joanne J ett e e Ermalincla Ugaldi, Dorothy Porcano. Shirley Dallaire, Barbara Stevens, Pace Kantor, Doris Louch, Carol De Carlo, MaryAnn Adamovic. Row 3- Marie Erickson, RoseMarie Camillieri, Lorraine Rosenbloom, joan Steponaitis, Barbara Glendening, MaryAnn McStay, Hazel Pugh, Ann Cassidy, Valerie Weldon. Row 4-Carol Hughes, Grace La Gituda, Eleanor Glendening, Antoinette Minella, Nancy Hamilton, Phyllis Porcano, Alzira Matos. all S 4 if 5 . " .,- OPHOMGRE CLASS The sophomore class ofhcers are as follows: Pres- ident, john Janosg Vice President, Louis Dapasg Sec- retary, Rose Camilliereg and Treasurer, Virginia Pace. The sophomore class has had several meetings of variable importance. Among them were discussing such things as a class dance, ordering and purchasing the class rings, and planning other things. The class was quite cooperative and therefore a reasonable amount of work has been accomplished. The sophomore class, the class of '56, has been under the direction of Mr. Stanley Kalinger. The class could DOI have very well done without his constant help and advice. The class wishes to thank him ap- preciably for his help and time. A CLASS OFFICERS: Louis Dapas, Vice Preridenzx john Janos, Pres idenfq Virginia Pace, Treafurer, Rose Marie Camillieri, Secretary. 2 ,., .. WMM Left to right: Row l-William Carton, Paul Taxtcr, john Peduzzi, john Dimmie, Carl Lemon, Frank Bellio, Charles Roberto, john Janos. Row 2-Charles Marshi, Frank Checci, Edwin Albertson, Billy Trunko, William Babcock, Edward Bauman, Walter Lawrence, joseph Lynch, Row 3-Frank Camillieri, Eugene Bucci, Mike McDonough, james Fitza A 1 patrick, Robert Brown, Elmer Bialko, William Janos. Rithartl Garrison, Row 4-Donald Gorentlo, Vincent Lee, Albert See, jesse Stackhouse, Stanley Shaughnessy, Paul Drahos, Steve Bartell, Louis Dapas. Row 5-Robert Minerly, Bruce Rosenbauer, joseph Levesque, William jackson, joseph Zaicek, Tom Lee. V7 Left to right, Run l !Par Brophy. Paula Libby, Irene Vitlal Arlme Vincent, Dorothy Opie, Dianne Green. Pat Betkett Diane Benn. Row 2-jane Shaw. Frances Sitloric. Bettv Rothhaus, Dorothy NX'wlfs.1ntllc, Pat Del Rio, Millie Nevelua Geraltline Panyko, Margaret OBrien. Row kiRmemarie na C CLASS OFFICERS: Sam Calgano, Vice Prefidentf Dianne Green, Sev- retary: joe Caposella, 7'reuJzzrer.' Charles Stngliano, Prcridem. Couture, Pat Blankenship, Carol Hatzman, Betty Evans, Priscilla Neubrantl, Margaret McCartney, Eleanor Ferraro, Pat Hyland. Rom l-Frances Ballas, Josephine Zaicelc, Kathleen Hylantl, Barbara Faye, .loan Dwyer, Katherine Meraw. Maryann Fisher, Diane Riley. Left to right: Row 1-Frank Sansevera, Frank Ballas, John Rubino, Robert Bonar, Albert DeCranza, Robert Smutek, Louis Zaicek, Albert Scappaticci, William Wessel, lan Mac- Intosh, Peter O'Donnell. Row 2-Noah Smith, William Davis, Thomas Elliot, Anthony Wonsola, Edward Drahos, Richard Esteves, john Corda, Richard Manna, Andrew Downey, james Lawrence, Clarence Berry. Row 3-Richard Perron Benny Barone, Richard Waite, john Graham, jerry Cooper, Manuel Diogo, Geza Benko, William Muir, Henry Sfhafranski, Frank Rey, Raymond Gorenflo. Row 4-Theo- dole jako, Charles Stagliano, Joseph Capossela, john Gar- dinale, Thomas Muffucci, joseph Mann, William Hales, Michael Quinn, joseph Prusak, Dominic Favilla. Row 5- jcvseph Carinha, Charles Low, William Watson, Mark Tay- lor, Samuel Galgano, Alvin Brideau, Ward Fredicks, Thomas Fenton, joseph Tidabeck. Row 6-Roger Maguire, Daniel Consula, Richard Maceyak, Anthony Yarabek, Brian Fer- gueson, Donald Schwer, Frank D'Eufemia. FRESHi IAN CLASS 41 EIGHTH GRADE i 4 Left to right: Row l-Irene Fitzpatrick, Jacqueline Harris, Dorothy Conlon, Carol Smith, Patricia Belloise, Betty Jean Faison, Rose Ann Sciancalepore, jean Surette, Viola Green, Gloria Dapas, Barbara Tucci, joan jussay, Patricia Davies, Margaret Rodgers, Rita Venier, Lois Scheider, Bertha Czyz, Mary Esther Murray. Left to right: Row 2- Elizabeth Elder, Ann Marie McAlear, Barbara Wilstmn, Sadie Pugh, Nunia Ugalde, Judy Wolitarsky, Barbar Hoffman, Barbara Ryan, Stephanie Valent, Beverly Jandrucko, Cecelia Johnson, Bernadette Quinn, Anna Pace, Francine Ferrari, Leanne I-Iarten. Left to right: Row 3-Judy Robbins, Louis Festa, James Kane, George Cruger, Anthony Macedo, Americo Angelini, Raymond Perugini, james Louch, Vincent Buonanno, Thomas Franqueira, Louis Tucci, Roland Thompson, joseph Sansevra, Domingo Buena- funte, Richard Brown, Ovila Suret, jack Smith, Andrew Hongash, John Leary, Angelo Iurato, Geraldine Forman. Left to right: Row 4-Josephine Adamovic, john Donovan, Ronald Disque, jose Ugalde, Frank Lang, Paul Lukivic, joseph Ruffino, Anthony Singer, Eugene Mauguin, john Ladd, jack Sousa, Patrick Boyd, Roland Knapp, Neal Moore, Clarence Barnett, Eugene Wilsea, Margaret Olsen. 42 SEVENTH GRADE Left to right: Row l-Charlotte Beuko, Carol Godbout, Normf l1'E Lemon, Joanne Williams, Helen Bellio, Delores Pinto, Patricia Wfhyhof, jean Lukivieg' Geraldine Hunt Mary nn Bernald, Roberta DeLade, Georgie Brower, Susanne Macedo, Vicki Miller Delores Wonsola, Charlett? Rtiscigno, Diane Rodgers. Left to right: Row 2-Sarah Vir tuoso, Rose Marie Meneclicino, Sandra McDaniels Emma Rosenbloom Sandra Rhein Catherine Brideau, june Manero, Genevieve Adamovic, Renee Malguin, Patricia Glea son, Helen Long, Elaine Berthiaume, Barbara Koval, Susan Hughs, janet Bucci, Eleanor Brower. Left to right: Row 3-jose Shellhorn, Robert Nelson, George Vincent, Roger Cooper, Paul Matranga, Howard Green, oseph Usai, Steven Galba, David Lingardo, Daniel Mickewich, Dennis Wilsezi, john Wilsezi, john Scarfi, Nelson Maurice, ames Linn, Alfred Breau, Thomas Fahey, Xwilliam Wzlite. Left to right: Row -4-Barbara Card well, Sherry Jackson, Patricia jackson, Linda Meacle, Judy Horvath, Donald Briggs, l.ee Eighmy, William Perrovitch, julian Papp, ,lack Carton, Richard Longchamp, Raymond Maceyak, john Pagura, Bernard Scappaticci, john MacKinnon, Melvin Effort, Daniel Campbell, Michael Maceyak, john Powers, Philip Speno, 43 7 25113761 ' . -fusing, , ...- 3315? ' ' I .-1--.1-1 w .. ,. Ulwhbn-r n.:-...n un rn. x --'1-' 1,17 ' ' W ,,,,,fw M- an W vwcw 'Jw-,.,g, why- mn W ' i 'vi.f'I ' ' H s 'gsm Q J 1 MII f f r ww 1 S f S Ui M5147 A H 'J' I 1 R I 1 A I: r-, il , 4 W 1 7 ff' " V ' 1 v FV. X M 1 QWXQXIW- W 7 W 7 L 'J V vm uf 'fy , f X f N5 W MW - K N tl W l v , l '1k,!wsEw,. ,. .,. ,vw NW 'ww 'W 'w ,J 'NW5"H ,, ,N ww H'-q,,, , w ' N . ,, ,Q ex , r ,, Nw , M wwW' ,d ww w wx ,, Q-. 4 J 46' F' X Yi u VARSITY FOOTBALL SEASONS RESULTS - Pleisimville Hastings Scarsdalc 7 Ossining O Peekskill T. 12 Blessed Sacrament I3 Wnsl1ingtLJn Irving 44 7 45 7 35 ff X XX W. M 1 f Left to right: Row 1-Maurice DiCairano, Alvin Brideau, Jorma Wakkila, Albert See, Charles Roberto, Stanley Shaughnessey, Richard Maceyak, james Linn, Neil Moore, Richard Hayes. Row 2-james Fiorella, Albert Matra Robert Brophy, joseph Zingaro, Thomas Smith, joseph Moores. Macedo, Jack Nicholson, John Prusak, Frank DiCairano, Coach Charles Wilford 1953 VARSITY FOGTBALL The gallant 1953 Horsemen football squad wound up the season with an unimpressive record of 2 wins, l tie, and 4 de- feats. However, this record does not reveal the tenacious play and fortitude displayed by the team. Plagued from the beginning of the season with injuries to key men, the Horsemen hardly ever fielded the same team twice. Having been hit hard by gradua- tion, the 1953 team was made up almost entirely of Sophomores. If the potential talent is developed, the Horsemen teams to come Paul Drahos, Michael Zaicelt, Coach Charles Wilford. Row 5-Robert Opie, joseph Consula, Luiz Matos, Eugene Bucci, Frank Camiliieri, Anthony Speno, Steve Bartal, Robert , Brown, Michael Foley, Richard McCartney, Coach Walter Coach Walter Moores f should be held in high esteem by the opposition, One bright side in the rather dim football season was the upset victory by the Horsemen team over a very powerful Blessed Sacrament team. Iobn Pfumb Gmduating Basketball Lefr fo VI-iQZ7f.' joseph Macedo Thomas Smith Michael Foley .loc Zingnm Frank Cofoni Carmelo Sbczzi 4' ,f -v"" l-U BASKETBALL just what it means to have the fickle Lady Luck against one, has been fully experienced by the basketball champs this year. But, as al- ways, it'll take more than luck to hold down the fighting spirit of the Horsemen. Under the tutelage of Coach Joe Sager, a team to be respected and feared was molded. joe Zingaro was elected captain and the team was rounded out with the set shooting Bob Zaicek, the all around playing of Buddy Sepno, and the aggressiveness of joe Macedo. Defeats were met on the road to victory, primarily because of lack of experience. lt wasn't brilliant individual play that pulled the team out of those dark times, but smooth cohesive playing that did the trick. Instead of brooding over their defeats, they displayed their sportsman- ship and as their opponents soon realized, learned their lesson well. The outlook for the future is very bright as returning for next years team will be such individuals as Pat DiMurro, jorma Wakkila, and Wfayne Hamilton. C. Sbezzi 47 l nina? 14 it ,Q ,N' V19 1 For the fifth straight year, N. Tfs powerful track team went undefeated in Hudson River League dual meets. The team under the able guidance of Coach Rasbeck, had such outstanding individuals as joe Zingaro who set a new league record in the hurdles, and joe Centofanti. outstanding sprinter and H. R. L, champ. By far the most outstanding trackman ever produced hy N.T., was Bob Berry who broke the H.R.l.. record, won the Section One and New York State championship in the mile run. Bob had the distinction of running the fourth fastest mile in the United States and was selected on the National Scho- lastic Honor Roll for this feat. Among the honors that the team achieved was the winning of the 440 yard and the medley at the Section One relays, Vile can see that although a fey have graduated, Coach Rasbeck has a strong nucleus .NTHS y . . NTI!! l 'YIIB K TRACK to form another championship team this year. Experts in the county and even in the country will be looking for Zingaro, Berry and Dapas to break a few records as the year progresses. We know they will not fail. SCHEDULE Pelhgm TO North Tarrytown 54 Sfeplnllq 59 North Tarrytown 36 Childrens Village 25 North Tarrytown 63 Peekskile 39 North Tarrytown 56 TRACK Arlington 60143 North Tarrytown 41592 Greenwich 47 North Tarrytown 56 Ossinning 30 l I5 North Tarrytown 55 lf'l5 XV. l. 41513 North Tarrytown 44913 Carmelo Shezzi -ffl Right now, before the start of summer sports and the end of the winter season, it is a good time to go over North Tarrytown's enviable cross country record, "Doc" Rasbeck's small but powerful squad, sparked by the phenomenal running of record-break- ing Bob Berry, ran up quite an impressive string of experienced runners, including captain Bob Berry, there will still be a strong enough nucleus for "Doc" Rasbeck to form another Championship team next year. The seasons record is as follows: wins in their dual meets, and more than held their DUAL MEETS own in the larger meets, such as the N.Y.U., Fordham, North Tarrytown 19 Ossining 36 and Iona meets in New York, the Section I Cham- North Tarrytown 20 Pelham 35 pionship and the Westchester Track Coaches' and North Tnrrytown 15 Man-mroneqk 40 Officials' Association Meets which were held on the North Trrrrvtowh 18 White plains 43 Rockefellef C0Uf5'3- North Tarrytown IS Scarsdale 82 Losing only one dual meet to a powerful Arling- North Tarrytown 18 Sacred Heart 35 ton squad, and making this up by tying Arlington North Tnrrytown 30 Arlington 25 for first place in the Section I Championship, the team ran up a record of 6 wins and l defeat in UTHER MEETS dual meets. Another bright spot in the season was W.T.C.O.A. North Tarrytown Placed 4th that North Tarrytown was the only team to place Section I Championship lst two men on the All-County Team, namely, Bob Berry N.Y.U. 6th and Jim Garrant, Iona 3rd Although he will lose some of the older and more Intersectional Sth CROSS COUNTRY Left to right: Row l-Coach Harold Rasbeck, Berry, james Garrant, Ray Levesque, Ed Sawyer, Bruce Capossela. Row 2-Anthony Manna, Manager, joseph Lynch, Louis Dapas, Wayne Hamilton, Pete Dapas, Carl Olsen, john Leary. ff! fig ji Left to rrgsht Row l Peter O Donn ll Ch 5 e atles Low Wlllram Muxr James Lawrence Andrew Dovuney Charles Stag.,l1ano Louxs Zalcek Danlel Consula Coach Wtllmort Row 2 Anthony Yarabek Wnlllam Watson Robert Opte Henry Schafranskn Joseph Mann Alvxn Brltleau Rocco Mlnnela Recmall Effort Otto Mater Coacb Ray Wlllmot JUNIOR VAR ITY FOOTBALL The Iunror Varsrty Football t d u and expert tutelage of coftches Wlllll1C7II and Kalmger wound u wm and 4 defeats Although the record seems poor the season was strll successful because of the wm ox er Washlngttmr Irving 'md also the fftct that v of the 4 losses were only by l touchdown Th composed of much lfltent talent and rf thrs talent can be developed lt should the Varsnty 'md also next years jumor Vfzrstty Thc outstandmg feature of thrs team IS the fact :hu rt IS well rounded The lme IS both flsr and heavy and p tts season w1th 1 record of l e team xx ts prove to bc very helpful to cm get plenty tough The backfield lg ,loaded with spccd and deceptmon As thls team develops 'md grows lt should becomc 1 m l10I' worry of oppoxmg teams and coaches SEASON RECORD No th Tarrytown 0 Chddrens Vlllage al North Tarrytown C Hastmgs North Tarry town Ossmnn Peekslti ll Washxngttan lrvmg C North Tarrytown K North Tarrytown 17 John Prusalc A I We " .- Y' - 'x Q , ' ' 8 , -J' 'ir ,I 4 " ! - 4 . U Y t I y w l V L a v ' w ,' 4 v A r ' v u eam un er the care- 1 . eff f l . ' . J H . ' ' . ' H . 'Lf' . . . . . ig,-V ... . 1 I K ' 4 2 sg , 1. N , VV I R C . . . , , ,I , I r r h '- ' 6 I . . 1 , 3 up - 12 V ' . f 12 ' ' 18 A ' K i ' A ' G . . m T1 12 4 t . U C Q if I U K -' J ' . ' ' 2 ' t ' 50 Thrs yurs squtd of Ir I-Iorsem n have proven themselves to be one of thc best teams rn qurte 1 whrle Up to publrcatron date they have tomprled 1 record of IO wrns 1nd v losses They vnon therr first seven games before meetmf., mth the first loss at the hands of Scarborough s Varsrty Thrs record was possrble because of the aggresrveness 'md will to Wm of the players and the capable eoachmg, of Ray Wrlmott Among the well deserved vrctorres was the 55 52 thrrller agfunst Wee hawkm and a 31 30 game agamst Ossmmg The team was well supplred wrth talent whrch mcluded Charley Mtloughlm Paul Drahos Stm Shaugh nessy and Lou Dapas C Sbezzz JUNIOR VARSITX BASKETBALL 2 b Left to rrqht Row I Stanley Shaughnessey Paul Drahos joseph Mann joseph Capossela Frank Ballzs Coach Ray Wrllmott Rocco Mnnella Row 7 Thomas Lee Robert Brovsn Eugene Buccr Charles Mclnughlxn Steve Bartal Walter Lawrence Louis Dapas LOUIS Zauftft om Ui 'Ulm 5 'L" mu. In center: Helen Dc Latle. Captain. Lett tw right: Rose Cltirol Mozelesky, Carol Schwer, Eleanor Hatzmtm, Lillian Stagilano, Eileen Herlihy, RoseMarie Zingaro, Elinor Malnis. MtGnwan, john X5C'aite, Alzira Matos. From top moving right: Alzira Ma- tos, Lillian McGowan, Carol Sthwer. Helen De Latle, RoseMurie Zingaro. Rose Stagliano, Eileen Herlihy, Eli- nor Mulnis, Carol Mozelesky, Eleanor 52 Hatzman, joan Waite. fy, My 4-1 pgifsefe VAR Y HRS A d McCartney Stanley l th Anthony R Speno Robert Harnes Mrchael Foley Rrchar h Shaughnessey Charles Gardrner Edward Bauman Pau Left to right Row I George Smn Albert Matra Thomas Smrth Carmelo Sbezzr josep rllren Robert Walter Lawrence Coach Ray Taxter Opre Charles McI.ou1,hlm OH OW aw, A n7'w"5w nw' if Coach Ray Wxllmott work Wlth the comrng of another baseball season the Horsemen wrll have to doubly hard to produce a I-IRL pennant The eason for thrs IS that graduatnon has taken lts toll of five starters of the 1953 club Among those who have left and w1ll be mrssed are Krsa Buccr, the hard hrttmg outfielder joe Centofantr speedy second base man and leadoff hrtrer, and Tony Manna, who although he was not voted the best defenslve outfielder ln the league, batted at a resoundmg 358 clrp However, wlth the potentralrty of those returnmg, losses may be turned mto v1c torres and a successful season for Coach Ray Wlllmott Those returnrng veterans mclude Tommy Smrth, the valuable utrlxty man who IS qurte capable wrth the bat, drmmutrve Buddy Speno at shortstop, Carmen Sbezzr, handlrng the first base chores, and the experr enced pxtchmg of Chuck Gardmer and Bug Mlke Foley C Sbezzz 53 GI RLS' INT RAM URALS '-Q. GIRLS' BASKETBALL-Left to right: Eleanor Malnis, Betty Ann Capossela, joan Waite, jo Resta, Betty Gallagher, Arlene Miller. .Et -Q-7 Girls Intramurals - These two words may mean nothing to some of the students but to the girls that play they mean a lot. The rivalry among the girls is keen. Each year as the seasons change so do the sports in which the girls participate. In the Fall we have fieldball, in which the Cicadas were the league winners and when winter rolls around it is basketball. Miss Edmonds selects an honor team which consists of players from different teams which were considered outstanding. When spring arrives the nets go up for volleyball. Last but not least is softball. The girls play in the hot sun in the marsh and enjoy every moment of it. All in all the girls really enjoy intramurals. We owe this all to Miss Edmonds who is the sponsor of intramurals and who gives up much of her valuable time after hours just to see the girls enjoy themselves. The graduates of this years Senior Class would like to thank her for the wonderful four year program which she helped us to enjoy. I0 Reita 9-. ' f Left to right: Eleanor Malnis, jo Resta, Joan Waite, Arlene Millet. GIRLS' FIELDBALI.-Left to right: Row 1- Roseann Berry, Joyce Betthiaume, JoAnne Bran- cato, Pat McGovern, Anna Campanella. Row 2- janet Smith, Carolyne Kamarad, Ann Shaw, joan McAlear, Pat Hughes, BettyAnn Caposella. GIRLS' SOFTBALL-Left to right: Harleen Steiner, Nance Hamilton, Rose Camillieri, Phyllis Porcano, Betty Gallagher, Virginia Pace, Shirley Dallaire, Marie Lemon. 'li Miss Ellene Edrnonds, Coach UIT Nl Y7 Left to mehr Row l Pctcr O Donnell bcorgn bmnth Wrllnam Wessel lrnest Lanza Coach LIVKYCIILC Hynes Left to rnght Row 7 jerry Tepperburg, Rlchard Hayes Wrllnam ML Keever Thomas Taylor Pete Dapas Left to rxghr Row 3 Mike Foley Louxs Connolly Andrew Downie Manuel Drogo After h IX mg w 1nless seasons for many years the tenms team last year won 1 few and rh1s year under the new eoachmg of Mr Hynes should have a good season Co Captarns Bob Brooks and Ernle Lanza will probably play rn the l and 2 slngles spots B111 McKee-xcr or George Smxrh w1ll fill IH the thrrd smgles The doubles w1ll bc pllycd by jerry Tcpperberg Dlck Hayes Doe Taylor and the srngles men Up from the Jr Hrgh School 1re Andy Downie and Brll Wessel who can always be used Most of the players are veterans Playrng Illell' second year will be Bill McKee xer George Smxrh and Doc Taylor jerry Tepperberg has been playmg three years and Bob Brooks and Erma lanza are rn rherr fourth year Bob Brooks TENNIS TEA 56 3 K ' 1.2 we A' . 1 , . 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L . . 4 . 4 . . igsggg 5 Qlllilm Qltrefar OCKEY Under the excellent coachrng of Mr Rasbeck thrs years hockey team took to the rce wrth the odds very much 'rgarnst them What prevented the team from havrng a wr swag season rs the lack of facrlrtres rn whrch to practrce and garn the experrengwliflgederi Thtgtwleam cogjylrenced the season wrth a startlrng 1 0 vrctory over Mamaroneck as Bralko JZAILSWQI a long shot from the blue lrne After such an rmpressrve start they farledgifwlwrn another and rngurres drd nothrng to help the matter The future for hockey at NT rs brrght however as next years team wr only lose three men and the experrerrce garned at the hands of defeat thrs year should prove valuable next year Those graduatrng are wrngmen Paul Agar and Bob Brooks and goalre rm Smrth 1953 54 SCHEDULE Mamaroneck North Tarrytown Greenwrch North Tarrytown Darren North Tarrytown New Rochelle North Tarrytown Ossrnrng North Tarrytown Darren North Tarrytown Carmen Sbezzz Hockey Left to rr ht Row l Charles Marshr Rrclmrd Hayes Joe Russrgno Frank Mc Lardy Ed Sawyer Paul Agar Rrthard Warte Thomas Taylor Coach Harold Rasbeck Left to rrght Row 2 Stanley Shaughnessy Otto Tamar Elmer Blanco Brll McKeever Robert Opre Bob Brophy Rrchard Sawyer Brll Janos M., 57 .xxx 'Q Left to right: Clarmelo Sbczzi, Barbara Lynch. ,Ioan Waite, Par Sluvin, Eleanor Malnis, john Prusak 111:---.,.i..-.-.-..-Qi.. W jUNIOR HISTORICAL bOCIETY SLNIORS Left tx rreht Dlane Bunn jane Shaw Seated left to rreht Row I Amerreao Aneelxnr Rrta Venter judy WOIIIHYSRQ Paul Lukavnc Irene Frtzpatrrck Barbara Tuccx Molly Rodgers Nfrss Mane Hrnz Patrlena Brophy james Loueh btandma The senror d1v1s1on of the jumor HISKOIILHI So crety COHSISIS of approxrmately thrrty members of the elghth and mnth grades The officers are Paul Iukaxle presldent Irene Fltzpatrlek vxce presldent Molly Rodgers trelsurer 1ndB'1rb1r1 TIILCI seeretlry The vroup meets on alternate Mondays The purpose of thls organlutron IS to beeome better aequamted wlth loeal hrstory Thrs IS done by study and by field trlps The sponsor IS Mrss Hmz IUNIORS Kneelrne left to rleht Row I Renee Nlaueum Geneuxe Adamovlc Carol Godbout Helen Lone Noel Horman Delores Wonsola Llalne Berthxaume Eleanor Brower Brrbara Koval Patrlcra Whyhcnf Sandra Damels '1 mera Gleason belted left to IL t R vt Houart Czreen Rob rtr De Llde 'Nlarx Ann Bernat Chxrotte RIINCILIIU Dlrnr Rod ers Roger Cooper Robert Ne son he-or e Brmer Xlllkl Mlller George XIHLCUC Stantlnx, R ns w Bernard belirpe llfl john bllfll e left to rneht Rm Beverly jandurclco Barbara Ryan Cecllla ohnson Leanne Harten joseph Ruffmo Dlane Rrels jose Uealde judy Robbins Eugene Maueum oan Dxvrer Patrrcla Blankenship Louls Festa Barbara Hoffman Stephanre Valent The seventh grade sectlon of the unlor HISIOIICHI Soelety met for the first trme thrs sehool year on Oetober sexenth l9Dv It eonslsts of tbout fifty mem bers The offieers rre Ch rrlotte Rusergno presrdent Dunst Rodgers wee presldent Roger Cooper seere tlry Robert Nelson trelsurer The unlor HISICJFILII Soerety goes on trlps md trres to beeome tequ unted Wrth loell hlstory The sponsor IS Mlss Hlna L1 hmy Rreh rd Loneehamp Stephen Galba Charlotte Ben leo june Manero NI1ehaelMaeeyaek Sandra Rheln Patrlcra j eltson janet BLICL1 Dav1dL1nLardo jean Lulcavxe Donall Brrees Brrbara Crrdvrell Norma ean Lemon aclt Powers Nelson Maumee udy Horvlth Gerxldlne Hunt D.m1el ampbell S rrh XIYCLIUSKJ oseph bsal Imma Rosem bloom melt C rrton Susan Huehes james L1nn Adusor Nlrss Mme Hma gi., Aa , Y I X 4 l I r F ' ' - 7 A 1 ' 'I' 1 my 2- f . 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Seated: Carmelo Sbezzi, Treas- ,go 3 urerg Anthony Manna, Secretaryg Richard Mc- Cartney, Presidentg Robert Brooks, Vice Pres- identg Frank Cofoni, Chaplain. Left to right: Row l-Frank Di Cairano, joe Gendron, joe Camillieri, Albert Matra, joe Zingaro, Tom Smith, jerry Tepperberg. Left to right: Row 2 --Wallace Timoney, Jorma Wakkila, Luiz Matos, Bob Rizzi, Steve Bartal, Pat Di Muro, Paul Drahos, Bob Rothhaus. GIRLS I-II-Y. Seated: Pat Seba, Treasurerg Pat Slavin, Vice Presidentg jo Resta, Presidentg Eleanor Malnis, Secretaryg Ellen Scott-Smith, Chaplain. Left to right: Row 2-Phyllis Smu- tek, Lucy Ricardella, Eileen Hehlihy, Rose- marie Zingaro, Rose Quinn, Anna Campanella, Joyce Berthiaume, BettyAnn Capossella, Bev- erly Petcoff. Left to right: Row 2-Alzira Matos, joan Waite, Dominica Minella, Joan Zelyez, Lillian McGowan, Anne Herlihy, jean Madden, Rose Camillieri, Janet Smith, Gabri- elle Guibord, Helen De Lade. THE HI-Y CLUB OF ORTH TARRYTOW The Girls Hi-Y of N.T. has been under the direction of Miss Ellene Edmonds for the past year. The ofiicers are President jo Resta, Vice-President Pat Slavin, Secretary Eleanor Malnis, Treasurer Pat Seba and Chaplin Ellen Scott-Smith. The Hi-Y sponsored two concessions which were without a doubt a great success and which brought in quite a sum of money. The Hi-Y also had a cake sale in order to raise money. The proceeds of this sale were do- nated to Wcurld Service. The girls collected in the school and local theatre for the polio drive. Their work has done much to help others. At the beginning of the year the Boys Hi-Y club elected a slate that consisted of Richard McCartney, Presidentg Tonny Manna, Vice-Presidentg Bob Brooks, Secretaryg Carmelo Sbezzi, Treasurerg and Frank Confoni as Chaplain. The club quickly enlarged its treasury by having the Peekskill football game concession and did nu- merous other things to further its purpose: "To create, maintain and extend, throughout the school and community. high standards of Christian character. I0 Rena and Carmelo Sbezzi i C f 7 i sff 61111111 1 ll Xxx- N 14 - -- T ii fur ,f i X X X I 4, fT'7 . 'J ' - if ' 4 X ,V V , - ,. i ,..' I 'gli if , Z I 1 I X 'I A I A Ax V G .- D., A K, X-, ' ' , ff", 'jf N E?-V' . , KX f A, AMW f ll x ' ,f ' '17, T , D U W f X31 . I 1 X J ' T N -' 1 f f 7 TRL 4 ' ' I K, 7 , W2 ' 6 ff" ' ',L:Q-Tix ' X 'ii lx X , X, . -. L x xx 1 Q1 - X X. l ,X . CK' Xu f I , X If A 1 f f If X f . T' X--xxx ff Zz 1 ' , J . -- -'---S N - . X tx CHRIS ,lj V fff, X X I' N: l f l' 3 3 ,X FRENCH and LATIN CLUBS FRENCH CLUB. Seated, left to right: Row l -Elinor Glcndenning, Barbara Glendenning, Miss Macliarland, Mary Ellen Zingaro, Grace La Gattuta, janet Smith. Left to right: Row 2-Thomas Taylor, james Fitzpatrick, Louis Dapas, Walter Lawrence. Richard Hayes. LATIN CLUB. Seated, left to right: Paula Libby, Dorothy Porcano, Priscilla Neubrand. Patricia Blankenship, Ann Shaw, jane Shaw, Diane Green. Stand- ing, left to right: Jerome Cooper, Martl Taylor, Michael Quinn, Diane Riley, Robert Rizzn, Grace La Gattuta, joseph Prusak, Bruce Rosenbauer, Stanley Shauhhnessy, Peter O'Donnell. JUNIOR RED Caoss Kneeling left to right: Barbara Lee Hennessy, Barbara Ryan, Patricia Blankenship, Geraldine Panyko, Rosemarie Couture, JoAnne Brancato. Seated left to right: Pat Mc- Govern, Judy Wfolitarsky, Francine Ferrari, Eugenia Ferrari, Jeanne Madden, Eleanor Briggs, Domenica Minella, Mrs. Cvrace lfdelmann, Rose Stagliano, Mary ellen Zingaro. Standing left to right: Barnard Sciarpelleti, Priscella Neubrand. James McKinnon, Molly Rodgers, Dolores XY"onsala, Norma .lean Lemon, 'lean Wfilliams, Betty Faison, Paula Libby, Rose Camillieri, Shirly Dallaire, Theresa Robitaille, Back Row: Josephine Adamovic, Barbara Glenndenning, joseph Levesque, Betty Cardwell, Mark Taylor, N015 -kai, 4 WWHQ, PROIECTION CREXV Row l, left to right: joseph Russigno, Wfilliam Boyd, Anthony XX'onsala, Lorraine Duffy, Carmelo Sbezzi, Anthony Manna, Robert Schleiman. Seated, Mrs. Lois Brooks. Row 2, left to right: Anthony Yarabelc, joseph Prusak, Robert Lundy, Paul Niesse, Charles Cattanach. usKc 00 enkec, Gax1Xe 'Yax1Xor, Rose Cagrfxwerk, A ekx so fkgkxv. Row A133961 Smkcb, h s, Xlamween YX1XanA, jean Xendemimg., Barbasa owan, Scan Nm DOXQKS5 V Evans. L Q Hug, e ' os G MCG Maw La CAfXOYxPxL CLUB, Le 1 xo rkghcx Row XfYat DeX Rio, Xrene Page, VxdaX, Comme Bngkexk, Rose Marks Yenaxo, Pat Brophy, Hedkhy, Bang Yranqukera, Pat McGowan, Rose Siaghano, Dm- Mkss Hekzn Yanks, Pa Lek to :whiz Row Zfikken Tkemeg, Beauheu, Louakne Dufig, Hm wence, Yxosebliaxy 'Lkmxaum Mar- Cdendemwkng, Vmocke Wicklon, Lkhkan ' Made Lemon, Benq La Sxephomds, Domenkca MkneXXa, Ysoseikmx Berry, . Lei: xo rkghu Pkshcx, Xiaiheskne Mafavy, Pxmokneue Nlkneha, Gtace Yamato, Gamma. Maigafec othy Y,UoXisnadXe. Rheem Hedkhy, Edna Lam Wifi McCartney, Ytances Sidonk, Pvckdo, Yramcs 'I,eXc'LnkcXw, Mmke Nevehxs Row B! Sams Hanks Barbaxa Sresrens, Beano: MQYYGG Mwue. Boyce Bcxshkaumc, Dons Louch, Vkrgmxa Xene rncenr, Ada Mahndrrno, Par BXanken- 'sceha Neuhrand, Par Hqrand, Dorothy fxfirnn Shaw, Mrss Heren shkre, Yrances janos, sa Y-ovkrarhe, ovkc, J., . , C' ORAL CLUB. Leir ro nghrz Row Xfyoan Zaqcek, Lor- cardeho, Prr bXoonr, Rose Qurnn, Mary Prnn Srdorkk, Rose- shkn, jane Shaw, Yrr 'e Couture, Pam Beckeu, Teresa Errck- Porcano. Leir ro rrghv. Row ro rkghrz Row 'lfirances Yerrks, Mane Errckson, joan Ramp Larkkn. Drane Green, Maw Ann Prdarnovk, Carer Hughes, There Xhs Garnson, Barbara Lee Hennessesj, Mane Leqnon, Maw Ann Adam ' Har- Niargarer Xlohrrch, joan 'Ler1Xe1., Seanrne Coursey, Soyce A Tonkeue, Lnhan Ykerch, Seanne Madden, Heanor Brkggs. on rakne Rosen Ann Berry, Ysosehkarr oPrnnc Brancaro. Leim Ehen 'Lrng,aro, Ehen ehwrxx, Varna Lrbby , Vhy w 3fShkrXex1 Daharre, aneha, Lucy Yuc- SUD, 3 Bahas, Mary Xonnne yer.-1ex,E-erw YK K Dkane Bunn. Leif ro rnghrg Ro , Snener, CaroX Kanror, Anna Camp C603 CL 1 l CLEF CLUB. Kneeling, left to right: Row lAliileen Herlihy, Rose Stag- liano, Rose Mary Zingaro, Edna Lawrence, Arlene Vincent, lrene Vidal, ,lane Shaw, Diane Green, Patricia Beckett, Ada Malandrino. Left to right: Row 2-Mary lillen Zingaro, lillen Larkin, Paula Libby, Harleen Steiner, Shirley Dellaire, Francis Sidorik, Anna Campanella, ,lanis Harris, Barbara Stevens, Rose Quinn. Left to right: Row 5-Teresa Ferraro, Barbara Lee Hennessey. Patricia Blankenship, Rosemarie Couture, Dorothy Porcano, Priscilla Neubrand. Betty Lou Garrant, jo- Anne Brancato, Betty Evans, Roseann Berry, Margaret Kolarich, Rose Camillieri. Left to right: Row 4- Miss Helen Ferris, JoAnn blewet, Ann Shaw, Domenica Minella. ,lean Beau- lieu, Francis Ballas, Jeanne Madden, Gayle Taylor, ,Ioan Hampshire, Fran- ces Janos, MaryAnn McStay, Mary- Ann Fisher, joan Stephonitis, Carol Hughes. Seated at Piano: Janet Smith. Gllflf CLUB. At Piano: Ann Shaw, Margaret Kolarich, Miss llelen Ferris. Left to right: Row l 7 Anthony Wcinsalo. -lohn Corda, W'illiam Carton. Marv Taylor. Charles Stag- liano, Renault Russignol, John Nicholson. joseph Camillieri, George Smith, Frank Cofoni. Left to right: Rovv 2-james Garrant, ,lohn Flanos, Patil Drahos. -loseph Macedo, john Prusak, .loseph Levesque. Michael Foley. Thomas Lee. CLEF CL B A T GLEE CLUB XVhen Tuesday afternoon rolls around, girls begin to congregate in Room l5. Clef Club is assembling for an hour if singing. Before public appearances, the club prac- tises twice a week so their music will be letter perfect. The girls are chosen from Choral Club. There are about fifty members this year. From this group are selected the girls who sang at the All-state program this past Decem- ber. The All-state work is usually the most clilhcult and requires a lot of hard work and effort. The music in Clef Club is much more diflicult than that in Choral Club. Most of the music is clone in at least three PLIVIS. The group usggiffy tries to do a variety of numbers such as novelties. religious pieces, and semi-classical numbers. The Music Festival program is usually made tip of a variety of num- bers taken from such types, The Clef Club makes two public appearances each year, They sing two songs at the Christmas Assembly This program is put on jtist for the high school. The group also sings on one ol the two annual Music Festivals They sing four numbers of various kinds. -lanet Smith is accom- panist for the club. She must work out the music with each part. and is certainly most important. All of the girls enjoy this extra music period after school and really accomplish some hard music. Perhaps one of the best known and best liked of the singing groups in the school is the Boys Glee Club, directed by Miss Helen Ferris. This group is composed of about 30 high school boys grades 9 through 12, who meet twice a week during the Activity Period to sing for pleasure and also to prepare for their various public appearances with the aid of its two very charming and skilled accompanists, Ann Shaw and Margaret Kolarich. Members of the Glee Club have appeared as soloists on various programs and also have formed several line quartets and octets which have brought excellant musical entertainment to their audiencies. The members have not confined their talents to the high school alone. For example, in December of last year, c-ight boys were chosen to represent North Tarrytown High School on the All-State Program held at the County Center in Xlvhite Plains. The Cvlee Club has become a permanent and enjoyable lixturc- on musical programs. and as long as the young men if North Tarrytown High School continue to enjoy singing. it will remain so, jnlm Prem! and A7112 Sfmzt' DOL BLE QUARTET md ALL STATE CHORUS Other pupils of North Tarrytown may use their lunch hours doing various things, but the girls in the Double Quartet spend one lunch hour a week practicing. ln addition to this, for sometime before a public appearance. an extra practice is called each week. In this organization, there are eighteen girls who art- also in Choral Club and Clef Club and are chosen from these groups because of a certain prohciency and actoin- plishment in singing. All of these girls attend all practices during the year until shortly before a program. Then eight girls are chosen with the choice dependent upon seniority and attendance. Thus a freshman may not have much chance to appear on a program unless her attendance record is considerably better than that of one of the older girls. The group, as a whole, sang at the Christmas Assembly and the Double Quartet has appeared on the Spring Music Festival. Members of this group have sung solos and have appeared in trios and other small groups at various prow grams both affiliated with our school and otherwise. Al- though all these extra appearances consume valuable time. the girls enjoy this type of thing so much that they do not begrudge the time spent but Count it as wisely used. The accompanist for this group is Margaret Kolarich who, unlike the accompanists of other groups, plays with- out a conductor. Because of the experience of these girls, the music is enjoyed more by the singers and this tends to help the audience enjoy it. Thus Double Quartet requires Consider- ably more time, the girls willingly give it for the fun of being one of the group. The biggest musical event in this section of New York State, last year. was the program presented by the All State Chorus. lt was held at the County Center in XY'hite Plains last December, Certainly it was the student activity most widely acclaimed by both public and press. This choral group is comprised of between four and live hundred selected voices, chosen by the high school musical directors. Only regular members of the girls Choral Club and the Boys Glee Club are selected to represent this school. The vocal part of the program consisted on nine se- lections. The individual groups received preliminary train- ing froin the musical directors of their respective schools followed by two days of intensive practice at the County Center. Four complete quartets, including altos, sopranos, basses, and tenors, represented N.T.H.S. lt is the highest honor a student may receive in the Music Department to be chosen to go to All-State. jane! Smilh and Gayle Trzlor sa f. .,. ALI. STATE CHORUS. Row l v Frank Cofoni. Rose Stagliano, ,Ianis Hara ris, janet Smith. jean Matl- tlen, -Io Resta. Gayle Tay- lor, Pat Seba, Elinor Mal- nis, john Janos. Row Z- Robert Berry, joe Macedo. Bob Brooks, Paul Drahos. -loe Levesque, john Prusak. DOUBLE QUARTET. Left to right: Margaret Kolar- ich, jean Madden. ,Io Res- ta. Janet Smith, Gayle Tay- lor, Rose Quinn, Pat Se-ba, Janis Harris, Elinor Mal- nis. A n '10 9 0 JUNIOR MUSIC GROUP At Piano-Miss Helen Ferris. Left to right: Row l-Diane Rogers, Charlotte Ruscigno, Dolores Wonsala, -Ioan Williams, MaryAnn Bernald, Roberta De Lacle, Norma jean Lemon, Geraldine Hunt, Patricia Wlhyhof. Left to right: Row 2-Georgie Bower, jean Lukovic, Genevieve Adamovic, Charlotte Beuko, Janet Bucci, Elinor Brower, Susen Hughes, Vicki Miller, Sherry Jackson. Left to right: Row 5-Robert Nelson, George Vincent, Paul Natranga, Roger Cooper, Joseph Usai, David Lingardo, Steven Galba, Nelson Maurice, Alfred Breau, john Scarfi, Donald Briggs. Left to right: Row 4-john Powers, john Ladd, joseph Ruffino, Paul Lukovic, jose Ugaldi, Carol Godbour, Patrica Gleason, Renee Mauguin, Linda Meacle, Barbara Koval, Sandra McDaniels, Helen Long, june Manero, Barbara Ryan, Sarah Virtuoso, Emma Rosenbloom, Bernadette Quinn, Betty Cardwell. Left to right: Row 5-George Cruger, jack Carton, Pat Jackson, james Kane, Judy Horvath, Michael Maceyak, Sandra Rhein, Bernard Scappaticci, Richard Longchamp, john McKinnon. y 1 .4 , wifi' tx xv 1 Xxx? ,ldv Fri ,gi 4, '-23.41 ll :fwf I 5 Hi Q39 4 'Q x , 3?4iQ4:-'5- .l , fi ' - .11.t,'8 A . Q f - iff- 4 xl," gyrus 2 ,gl ,, Q if V . 91-Q lv., by Dunn Majmcltc IILLIAN REICH TWIRLING SOUAD Left to rzght Eclm Lawrence Ann Campanella Iams Harrxs BettyAr1n Capossella Gabrlelle Gulborcl jacquelme Harrls oan Stepomus Ellen Scott Smxth Vxrgmxa Pace loy ce Berrhnume Flora Babcock Elleen Tlerney Cfmptfun f' Sl xg 1 S.. 70 1. 1, ...A , Y Left to r1g,ht Row 1 V1fj,lHl8. Pace Gabnelle Gu1bord jams Harrrs BettyAnn Capossella Jac quehne Hams joan Steponms Lrlllan Rrech Ellen Scott Sm1th Joyce Berthxaume Anna Campanella Flora Babcock Edna Lawrence Eileen Txerney Left to r1g.,ht Row 2 john Leary Rrchard Esteves Raymond Gorenflo Manuel D1og,o Thomas Elliot Vrncent Baunanno Thomas Franquerra Rlchard Long.,champ Arlene Tonretn Left to nicht Row 3 Mr Donald Pease Dommgo Buenafuente Bernard Scarpelletx James Kane Leanne I-larten Antomo Franquerra joseph Rossrgnol Carol DeCarlo Damel Campbell Left to r1g.,ht Row 4 Louns Dapas Wxllram Davis joseph Ruffino Bertha Czyz Carol Hatzmann joseph Mann Paul Taxter Clarence Berry Edwrn Albertson Left to rrght Row 5 Francxs Belho Phylhs Porcano W1llram Trunko Frank Checcn Eleanor I-latzman Eleanor Glendennmg Barbara Glendenmng Frank Corda Anthony Manna BAN f f Z5 N f" fm.. Clams I 7 . . y I A v A I u - -v a i K i .-.xljlx t ar 1- :Ll , 2 , f'-' V "w ' l I J F4 I ' , ff ,f I , , f I .. " - ' - fyn . jaw A14 - I ,SK . 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IU - . oy , G W ,iff WWW iMWM2fW , W QW ff jjj? wif W lffwf fjfiffw W W f q, W -W H' iff- A 59,5 . fffgwffz M 4 Q ' Aifwsf 7 05,-QMS CLASS WILL We the mgenrous perservlng clever tenacrous and almrghty class of 54 do hereby leave every valuable Cor otherwrsei possessron of ours to the unsuspectxng and undergraduates of dear old N T TO THE JUNIORS we leave that hrghly contagrous drsease Sentorrtrs TO THE SOPHOMORES we leave all our mrsused books our overworked penclls and all the knowledge that we have not assrmrlated through our four strugglmg years TO THE LOWLY FRESHMEN we leave the thought that someday they may 1n1t1ate a group of equally bewrldered Freshmen TO MR STORY we leave an arsenal of weapons fone yardstrck and a block of woodj wrth whrch to brrng to attentron next years senror class I PAUL AGAR leave I hope' I RODNEY ARMSTRONG leave my srght savers to Bob Schlreman I DORIS ARMSTRONG leave my seat rn study hall row one seat three near the waste paper basket to anyone who can be of servrce to others my brothers B1lly and Bobby and to Barbara Lee all her troubles to suffer alone I BOB BERRY leave my seat rn study hall to my srsters and brothers to come after me I BOB BROOKS leave my abrlrty rn Tennrs to Doc Taylor as he needs rt to become Mr Hynes star next year I JOE CAMILLIERE leave to Frank Camlllrere my parkrng space on Pocantrco Street Also I leave hoprng that my stster and Eugene have as much fun as Pmky and I had I JOHN CAPOSSELA leave my study hall seat to Jlosiph Motorano and all nts engravmgs on the top of the es I FRANCIS CASEY leave all my trckets to Wrllram Babcock to wallpaper hrs room I FRANK COFONI leave to TV Lee my votce to carry the tenors and to Buddy Speno I leave my good natured temper for hrs hard head WE JEAN COURCY and MARY ANN SIDORIK leave the name of the 'Bobsey Twrns to Frances Srdorrk and Rose Marte Courture 1f they can take all the rlbbrng that goes wrth xt I PETER DAPAS leave the 13th seat m the first row to my brother I PETE DE CARLO leave so that all my teachers can be happy once agam I FRANK DI CAIRANO leave thrs warm place to go out mto the cold hard and cruel world of all work I JOHN LOUCH leave takmg a load off the teachers mmds and to Red Ray and Sal my abrlrty of havxng nothmg to do ln school I BARBARA LYNCH leave to my brother Joe all the fun I had and my seat rn study hall To Barbara Stevens I leave my abrlrty to arrrve rn study hall just before the bell I LILLIAN MCGOWAN leave my cheerleading unrform to Tottre Fttzpatrrck And to Erleen Herlrhy I leave my collectron of bracelets I JOSEPH MACEDO leave to Varsrty McCartney my football shoes tn hopes that the 54 season wtll be a brrghter one I JEANNE MADDEN leave Mr Hynes wrth hrs unpleasant memorles of hrs Class Dramattst and my love for Dramatrcs to anyone who can endure Srlence and Cooperatron I ADA MALANDRINO leave the worrres of passxng Amerrcan Hrstory to the rest of the gang Ann Cassetta Lucy Rrccardella Bea Ingrassra Eleanor Brrggs and Phyl Smutek I ELEANOR MALNIS leave all my used pencrls to anyone w11l1ng to take over my posrtxons as secretary of WE ANTHONY MANNA and CARMELO SBEZZI leave wrth regret because the past four years or has rt been five Tony? have been the happrest years of our lrves I CHRISTINE MANGIERI leave my seat IH study hall to my brothers Brll and Frankre I LUIZ MATOS leave to my srster Zete a seat rn the study hall not rn the front as mme was but rn the back so she can fool around I AL MATRA leave to go jom the Chevrolet Com mandos I PAULA A MILLER leave N T H S wrth a Regents Drploma many memorres and the hope of becomtng a mrsstonary doctor I DOMINICA MINELLA leave my seat rn study hall to my srsters Antomette and Mary and to my brother Rocco I hope that they have as much fun as I had I DANNY PERUGINI leave to my brother Ray my empty tool box and to Frank Corda my parkmg space on Pocantrco Street I BEVERLY PETCOFF leave my sympathy and prty and the use of Mr Moores addmg machme to the next semor class treasurer I JOHN J PRUSAK leave to my younger brother Joseph the task of reburldmg the Chem lab after I have gone and also I leave my posrtron at rrght tackle to anyone who lrkes to get rough I ROSE QUINN leave wtth the hope that the rest of I , . . , . , , . 3 , , , . N . . ' Y 7 . . I If H7 I' H1 'I H7 . . , r , , I , . ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , , ' . Y . . . , . . 9 . , - . , r' V, , 1 , 1 n 1 1 1 1 , . I , 1 1 11 , ' 1 1, . . . ' , K 5 Y 3 1 1 , , I . I . , . , . , 1 , . . y Y. Z y 1 1 7 1 1 . I, FLORA BABCOCK, leave my seat in study hall to GO., the class, Hi-Y, and S0 forth. , 3 , U , . , . a , 1 . 3 , I ., s . ' 3 5 ., . , . . , , , D a , . . - 7 , . . . I . , 1 . y 1 1 1 1 . ' a J , A y . , , . . I D ' 7 7 , 7 . . , . , Q ' , . . ' 3 7 . 3 , 1 1 y, , 1 , . .. , D . I Y ,, . . . , Y 7 X I ' 1 ' t ' . 2 , 1 , , 1 1 1 . Q ' 5 ' , ' I u - 7 1 1 j J and no play WE HELEN RAE DE LADE and ELLEN SCOTT SMITH leave to anyone who wants lf the abllltv to eat a lexsurely lunch gossrp clean a whole house leave for school two mrnutes to one and get there wlth three mrnutes to spare I EVA DIOGO leave wrth the hope of gomg back to Florxda but I take along wxth me a collectron of memorres from four years full of many drfferent experrences I LORRAINE DUFFY leave my locker m gym no 5 to anyone who can open rt and st1ll get to gym on trme I THERESA ERICKSON leave my seat xn study hall to my s1ster Marte and hope she has as much fun as I d1d I EUGENIA FERRARI leave my seat ln study hall to my srster Francrne and also the Joy of gorng xnto Mr Hynes Hrstory Class every day to any Senror I JIMMY FIORELLA leave to Max Sharghnessey and Cat Lou Dapas all my football equlpment that I left whrch rs lrttle or nothmg and all my old electrrcal projects to Buddy Shocker Speno I MIKE FOLEY leave wm lose or draw I TONY FRANQUEIRA leave my boots a mrrror and my abnlrty to drrve to Buddy Speno my seat rn study hall to my brother and my hub cap from my Pontlac to Angelo Usar I VIRGINIA GALLAGHER leave to make room for the last of the Gallagher clan and hope that someday Doc Rasbeck wrll have Jack Jr as one of hxs track stars I CHIC GARDINER leave regretfully my happy years rn hrgh school but look forward to the outsrde world I GAY GUIBORD leave to anyone the lob of takrng care of money In a club class or GO I JANIS HARRIS leave my date book to anyone who wrshes to use xt and I leave to my slster Judy the fun 1n dorng Mr Hynes homework I ELEANOR HATZMANN leave my collectron of rmgs to my s1ster Carol 10 hopes that she has as much fun as I d1d I ANNE HERLIHY leave to my slster Erleen all my happy memorxes of my four years IH N T I ROGER HORMAN leave my books to be thor oughly studred by our lower classmen I JACK KELLY leave Joe Gendron my sweat socks and Sawyer Gardlner and I hereby leave Rodney I JACK KLIMAS leave my parkmg space on Pocan t1co Street to Anthony Gumps Speno I WES KNAPP leave my abxlrty to talk my way out of Detentron to my brother who can make good use of rt I ERNEST LANZA leave my seat and my paper buslness to any capable Sen1or I EDNA LAWRENCE leave my seat rn study hall to the remamrng Lawrences Walter James Cecllra and Mtlton the Qumns wnll graduate from N T I MARY RAGUSA leave the rest of the gang Lucy Rrc Ann Cass Eleanor Lmky Brnggs Bea Ingrassna and Phyl Smutek behmd rn hope that they dont have as hard a trme wnth American Hrstory and the New York Trmes as I d1d I JO RESTA leave H1 Y Presndency to anyone who can keep control over a bunch of chatter boxes l1ke Ro Zmgaro I EDMONDJ SAWYER leave 1 CAROLE SCHWER leave my locker to anyone who can fit five paxrs of shorts one gym suxt two shrrts a paxr of sneakers and Johnsons baby powder rn rt I ARMONDO SCOGNA leave for a long rest as I have been here much too long I PAT SEBA leave my enjoyment for smgmg to any one who lnkes to practrce after school and my heart to Joe I PAT SLAVIN leave to my brothers all the good tnmes I had rn N T I JAMES SMITH leave to Chuck Staglrano my theatrncal talents to Tmg Tajnan my hammock and shut out and I leave wrth a dash for the door so they cant change thenr mmds I TOMMY SMITH leave to Varsrty Vrc all my scho lastnc possessnons Cwhxch arnt muchj and all my athletrc equrpment namely one paxr of used sweat socks contam mg 32 holes I GAYLE TAYLOR leave to Susan Hughes all the Joys fand hard work toob of N T H S I EILEEN TIERNEY leave to my srster Sharon the fun I had m school and to Mary Ann Joyce my sweaters I ARLENE TONIETTI leave to my srster Joyce and Betty Ann Rothhaus the long walk to and from school I DOLORES VENIER leave my seat m Study Hall rn the 6th row to my srster Rrta m hopes that she wrll have as must fun as I had I JOAN WAITE leave the responsrbxlrtxes of bemg both Semor Presxdent and Yearbook Edrtor to anyone who wants them and to Rnck B1ll and Peggy I leave N T nts the greatest I VIVIAN WHITE leave Joan and Carol behmd wrth the hope that they follow next year I ROSE YARABEK leave wxth the memory of all the fun I had at N T wlth my srster Ann and frxends Loretta See and Barbara Jackson I JOAN ZAJICEK leave Pat McGovern to walk to school by herself every mornmg next year and to my slster Carolee that when she gets to hngh school she wont have to struggle through hrstory as must as I drd I JOAN ZELYEZ leave as the last of the Zelyez s my seat ln Study Hall to my nephew Johnny I JOE ZINGARO leave my basketball umform to Scoopsre Ballas If I leave I leave wxth the regret that Enleen xsn t commg wrth me 1 - , , - 1 Y . . . .. - 1. .1 1- 1. - 1- - u 11 - V 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . - . . 1 1 1 , 1 , . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' - 1 ' 5 ' 1 1 , . , 1 1 . I 1 . 1 1 1 ' . 1 1 - ' 1 1 ' . , y 1 1 , - 1 - 1 1 1 - . ' . . . 1 ' H 11 7 1 J 5 11 11 . . . , , . . 1 I 1 1 9 1- -1 . - - - . , , . . 1 1 - , , , . '- l , 7 J G . . 1 1 1 9 0 - . . . . . , - 1 1 ' 1 1 , - 11 n . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 I 1 1 1 - - 1 ' 1 . 1 Y 1 1 1 , 1 - 1 1 y 1 1 1- - 11 . . . . - ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 V - ' ' 1 Y . 1 1 ' ' . , , 1 1 , ' Q - - 1 1 1 1 ' , ' 1 1 ' 1 - 1 - .1 11 - ' - 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . , . . . . - - 1 1 1 1 . . . . . FAVORITE PASTIME AMBITION HANGOUT DISLIKES LIKES my car ey an Ho Sn ve Eng neer Home fmost y someone Yo Yos Gook customs hockey Rods PAUL AGAR 'U fx my car '-A-4 1-4- C3 '-a C 'U .M G3 ngld - th fY n Tar n y Store Ca detent on gett n d D-1 CI! 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