Northeast Catholic High School - Falcon Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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Perhaps the first and foremost is the "SaIesian Outlook"-an in- gredient which the Oblates endeavor to imbue into us from the first moment we enter Encee. lt is the official North Catholic "stamp"fthe in- delible sign ofa genuine North Catholic student. Another ingredient, certainly, is to be found in the students themselves. Traveling by every conceivable means, from every direction, even beyond our country's borders, they bring to North a spirit and tone practically international in its scope, virtually making North Catholic an educational United Nations. ' is gs-'5 Y 7 MB!! 0F C'0N7fN7'5' Admfhrsrrarion and faculty . . . Sfadfbs and Underclasses . . . Sports. . . . i4Cfl'Vl?l?5 and Features . . . . Sembr Class . . . . Y 53 x IN THE f ""'xsM.N L 'ff' L' .45 RO0M if . KFTQ My God I give you this class . . . The Direction of Intention, made before all our principle actions, is the exemplification of our motto, Tenui nec dimittamful have it and will not let it go." Throughout our years of religious training and scholastic learn- ing we have tried to make it part of our every day life. If we but remember to make our Direction of Intention before all our actions throughout our life we certainly shall fulfill the Oblates fondest hopes for us-eternal salvation. ,T'lv- 'H Wimii su 'mii ,W Q.-,f ,iii H Em NC is located in what is today the Center of Philadelphia's Industrial Northeast. As the economic facilities of the area have grown, NC has kept pace by expanding her educational scope far beyond the dreams of 30 years ago. The familiar milk bottle, the multi-colored Frankford Creek, the rumbling of the "El" are all special reminders of the days spent at Encee. I I 9 ,ur 'jim -....- . 7-of ' 'Tk- F'-5 .ff xxfw ot nail 5 ,Q X Q M., - a . Y Y W WX K 1 mf-r i Just as Religion is the center of our Studies at North so also will it be the center of our adult life. Our future success will depend on our love of God and our faith in His Divine Providence. Because of the Salesian Spirit at North, we have acquired a deep love of Gocl which we shall never lose. . . . 0Nl7f.S' 0 IN WE BOND 0F Milf . . . 4 , ,. 4 .. . 4 f .a- 4 V I X v 1 l ' 9-4 I I .5 ,. 4 . V 1 1 I '41, r " rl 55: jf, ff nw V A' IAQ: 46 'Q 314 ' JK 8 .3 z S' x Q-5. - X 'S' ' ' f Jw 5 , . Q ' 4 , , , . ,,f- -I 51 9, f ffl 17' .16'Sf '. sf, J' f " 5 .ix MA -D gr rv I I 5 li gs. .W wi' JS ,4 ' '53 us? -sg his . N x N.:--.J-. 4 I , 1. J V' 'x 'fa 'I f 5 Q Nlw if Z ' 5 Q f In Dedication 'L Pope Plas Xl! Pope Plus XII 1876 1958 Requlescat ln Pace May he rest In peace North Catholic as well as the whole world was pro foundly grieved at the passing of this great Shepherd Now we the class of 1959 In this final endeavor of our high school life, will remember, as long as time allows, Pope Pius XII, the light in a period of "spiritual darkness." May God grant him the peace which he preached and worked for upon earth and, mindful of his faithful service to mankind, welcome him into His heavenly kingdom. I Aix? 'W "if Q54-fl I , M, K. iii? , at f .QESA , 'fc 3. I ,Kali N r fig J ,aw 7. ,- Rx is K Q 'X - V .. O I - I I I . . O O v 4' fag X ' r "iw " . K ,, 1 v Q X , 131- ,'.Cis"l.-X-' "1 Q -"ix -,inf 2:01 X '-g KC4,-QA 2:1140 4 ,M V sy' 'fvefyfgk ,A '41 W ,, ,h I :,, IZA 'Y.-Y. W 1 ' . s , .ky'?-- M , X -, f ' v "L - ' , X' 7 ' ::..,,-g- m"f""- '- -gfws WS - T' g X x ' ' .' -cf A , 1 -- -1 KL . Y .7 X ,ixvtli A3.'cAkLX. aixuyy vi ' 445. ,' wr mf- .gh , '. ' ' S""-"'f""f!f-"A .4 i 'X JQMQIV' E A ' ' 'N g1.f11a'-fwf'ri'555a'::Af X y S,'t..y. UQi?1f4-I vmiivef Q 4- - xt -xx. fri-'31 S' S. . .usq"'-gif! 5, ' Q 'X 2' x " , , -1 ' . 1 - it "h . -- in 4 'fx' . . :4,:gaf'.,-, .aj , ,. g L11 w,E..:. f ,V L Q' . s. wrfe .gli 'w-2:f'k.,m, S R x . w M m . ' ' ag' r- ' "' U5'f"2.5fL. fqi. xwzi A .:."....."'7. -- k S . M M 32, W i Q ' '55 , J P' Q' Lf" ' ' ' ' A 1 L. f 1 vauxv is vu 01? Jofm Francis Cardinal 0 Hara One of the flrst official acts of our new Pope the appointment of Archblshop O Hara to the Cardlnalate has bestowed a great honor on the Philadelphia Arch diocese The Cardinal has served this Archdlocese smce 1952 and has been outstanding In the expansion of educatronal facllrtres thus keeplng Philadelphia the model of the Catholic educational system Informed of hls appointment as Prmce of the Church Hrs Emu nence requested for spmtual support to make up for my own farllngs nn the wnder field of pastoral work thus assignment entanls We deeply appreciate your past work Your Em: nence and pray God to provide the splrltual enllght ment for which you ask KNXA--'EHQQLTX ' we tm :nz 4 fr umuunbzvmu rl! J' KJ ' I I I ' . - v" Ai,i3.. XlSg + Vik C ' 1,ls3J- fl-l:,l'l'r of , llll ,fysggg-,digg 4- Q THE MOST REVEREND JOSEPH MCSHEA DD Auxlllary Bishop of Philadelphia THE MOST REVEREND J CARROLL MQCORMICK DD Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR EDWARD M REILLY J C D Supennfendent of Schools REVEREND REVEREND JOHN J GRAHAM PhD FREDERICK J STEVENSON Assnstonl Supermtendent Asslstant Superintendent Class of 1932 1 . , . . . 5' UPL' H0155 THE VERY REVEREND DOMENICO BALDUCELLI O S F S Durmg the school year Father Balducelll the Superror General of the Oblates of St Francis de Sales, vlslted North Cathollc Whrle at North he showed us the ploneermg persevermg Ob late spmt so evident m hmm to the fullest extent We tried to show hlm the mann facets of llfe at N C and In return this model of the Salesman way of llfe gave us an excellent address In ltallan and French and a holiday We pray that God wrll contmue to bestow Hrs blessmgs upon thus Shepherd of the Oblate Flock HIS EXCELLENCY THE MOST REVEREND EDWARD JOSEPH SCHLOTTERBACK TITULAR BISHOP OF BALANEA VICAR APOSTOLIC OF KEETMANSHOOP SOUTHWEST AFRICA A graduate of the first class of l930 Blshop Schlotterback was the first Amerlcan Oblate to be ralsed to the Eprscopacy as Vrcar Apostohc of the Mrssron Provrnce of Keetmanshoop South Africa Aware of the esteem hls Excellency has for North Catholic the student body responded with a generous contnbutlon to the mlsslon col lectlon We are fully conscious of the difficult task whlch the Bishop dally encounters but we know that he wnll succeed In the true Oblate spmt rn drcatlve of all North Cathollc graduates Be cause of the great honor hrs Excellency has placed upon Encee we ask Almighty God to In voke Hrs special graces to assist hum In the procurement of souls for the greater glory of God U I O , .... . .I I - . . , I V-.I O.S.F.S., D.D. I I I , - 1 I THE VERY REVEREND WILLIAM D. BUCKLEY, O.S.F.S. Father Buckley has been Provincial Superior of the Oblates in this country since 1948. lt should be noted that Fr. Buckley was a former teacher and assistant rector at North until 1943. During World War Il he served as an Army Chaplain and in 1948 was appointed Provincial Superior. Father directs activities of the Oblates in the true spirit of St. Francis de Sales. He now ably accomplishes his duties at his residence in Wilmington. May God's blessing be constantly bestowed upon you, Father. mlffioo WE oe 11075 "Vive Jesus" Sf. Franck' De Sales ,. is I yv-,,. .. I ...I if N 4 1 'X ' .fw- Y . P , I e 5525 Yu-,'. 1' " 49. iv g im-, .. si? . . . ZIWN6' SYM 0 5 C'flRl.Y7lv4Nl71V xxx U11 01 VERY REVEREND JOHN F TOCIK ,w orsln Emil filming Rector 1934 Father Toclk who for the past mne years has been rector at North Cathollc IS celebrating the Sllver Anniversary of has ordlnatlon For the few years we have known hum he has won In our hearts a hugh place of esteem Father IS the perfect example of Oblate humullty kundness and understanding The Office of Prmclpal brlngs wlth It many tedious tasks but Father would always take time out for a word of advlce Father Toclk who himself IS a tradltlon In the Oblate Communlty was ordamed on August 4 1934 For your many years of untmng servuce to the Oblates and student body we wlsh you many more happy years ln God s service 195 X Xxlll 'V 3 3 f f' if ? fr' W so sl ll 341 '-Rl' E E V if "-E 5: 0 - .ULQI . 5 ' AXP M14 .S. . ., l.. . . lf -c . I . . I . I . . . . I I ' , . . I . , . Reverend Very Retletefld Thomas P Walsh O S F S In every walk of life we find posmons which are necessary but hardly d slrable Our Prefect of Dlscrpllne, Father Walsh has such a rob, one which he performs with untrrmg effort We rea llze only now that through his struct chastlsement he has molded us Into bet ter Catholic gentleman Those of us who had the opportunity to associate with hum after school hours knew hum as a mlld mannered priest with a heart of gold Reverend Chet J Warren OSFS Though new to our hallowed mstrtu tlon this year Father Warren has taken on the complex dutles of Sophomore Moderator Track and Cross Country coach and assistant dlsclplmarran The results of Fathers labors In these en deavors have been admirable sl. Edward F Conlm O S F S Returning from our Christmas holidays we were saddened to find that our Vlce Rector, Father Conlm had been selected by the Provm cral of the Oblates to become Prunclpal at one of our brother Oblate schools Bishop Duffy Hugh School ln Niagara Falls New York l wlll certainly be difficult for us to find a re placement for this enthusiastic and energetic priest The time he has spent In the school office and all the various actlvltnes reflect hls love for North Catholic which will not easlly be forgotten Father Conlm, we wish to thank you for your many efforts expended rn aldmg North Catholic and may God bless you always Reverend A typical Oblate Father Guerin has given untlrmgly of hrs time and effort The duties of asslstant dlscrplmarlan have been ably executed by this wel come addition to Encee s faculty 1.-I l l l l l . , .... - I 1 ---' . V e- - U . I ' I . . . . . . I . t . . - William A. Guerin, 0.S.F.S. I I , . , . . . . . , N i FR. FERNAN BRENNAN FR. STEPHEN BRICHTA FR. HERMAN BUCKLEY FR. PAUL BURKE Religion, Moderator, Typing Religion Algebra, Religion "Falcon" . Q I FR. JOHN CLEARY FR. WILLIAM CLEARY FR. EDWARD CORCORAN FR. JOHN DENNIS Spanish Spanish Solid Geometry, Trigonometry English, Moderalor "Good News" FR. NICHOLAS DiIENNO FR. STANLEY DOBKIEWICZ Religion Religion . . . INST! UN6' IN 0 FR. JOHN DONAHUE FR. JOSEPH DUNN Religion Molhemolics, Radio YN, S- 'CN FR JOSEPH EISENBARTH FR ALOYSIUS FLYNN FR, ROBERT FREILER FR. EDWARD FRIEL Bookkeeping Physics Prefect of Studies Mechanical Drawing EI'l9liSh, R2li9i0f1 706' SPIRIT 0F . . . First Row: Frs. Tye, Tocik, Buckley, Balducelli, Conlin, McKone Lynch. Second Row: Frs. Freiler, McGinley, Wisniewski, Dona- hue, Kenny, Kelleher, Brichta, Keeley, Brennan, Eisenbarth Wetzler. Third Row: Frs. J. Cleary, McCarthy, Friel, Sexton Kinniry, Corcoran, Rush, Kelly, Minich, Furphy. Fourth Row Frs. Dilenno, Burke, Martin, Guerin, Dobkiewicz, Flynn, War- ren, Godley, Mahoney, Dunn. Fifth Row: Frs. Gillespie, Gross W. Cleary, Hughes, Messrs. Durham, Schelich, Quinn, Frs Woods, Nees, McLernan, Dennis. Sixlth Row: Messrs. DeLillio Konczakowski, Chiarlanza, Brake, Resinskip Bros. Arthur, Fred- rick, Jamesp Messrs. Bonikowski and Beattie. FR EDMOND McCARTHY FR EDWARD McGlNLEY FR RAYMOND McKONE FR DANIEL McLERNAN Religion National Problems Hlstory English Algebra Assistant Athletic FR HARRY MINICH FR JOHN NEES Engllsh l-GIII1 Drrector Soccer Coach MODHG4 7l0N Since the foundmg of the Order In 'I869 the Oblates of St Francrs cle Sales have labored unselflshly to further the cause of the Cathollc Education of Youth These altrulstlc men of Chrlst, under the patronage of St Francls de Sales, have mstllled the truths of our forth In us Performing thelr obllgatlons drlugently and faithfully they have trained us to be Catholrc gentlemen and In that tralnlng have won our esteem The Class of 59 wlll never forget the genlallty and assistance of the Oblates They have made us all that we are all that we hope to be FR THOMAS RUSH FR CHARLES SEXTON FR EDMOND STOUT FR JOHN TYE Geometry Actlvltxes Director HISTDTY Biology French National Problems Baseball Coach FR HUBERT WETZLER FR LEON WISNEWSKI FR JOSEPH WOODS German Latm Mathematics Rellgron Latun x l r r r l O U . . . r . . . . r , . . . 1 r r l r r HUM UW LEON BONIKOWSKI General Science MR JOHN BEATTIE Plane Geometry MR EUGENE BRAKE Practical Mathematics Lalm 47' MR EDWARD KONCZAKOWSKI Chemrstry, Track Coach King.. -Q-F--S 5L'ff0Zr4.S'7lL'.S' The Scholastrcs who have passed on to us therr Saleslan sprrrt and knowledge of varlous sublects have truly become an Important part of North Their every day duties vary between teaching, moderating deten tlon, and assrstlng the priests In their Ilturglcal duties JS- Q' s-..., ,F-A MR LOUIS CHIARLANZA Brology Brology Hustory Erlgllsh Registrar MR RICHARD DeLlLLIO MR RICHARD DURHAM ga if .bl-Y Q1 MR EDWARD QUINN Hrstory, English Physrcal Science, Hrstory I-Cltlfl MR WILLARD RUCINSKI MR ANTHONY SCHELICH r A V 5.LgiKg1j'1 ' .Jil ,Q ,3 M U - ' W If sie l I U R , . 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I . . - I - - I - CWWKHV M BRO FREDERICK CHIAPPONE BRO ARTHUR KERNS BRO JAMES McCABE Chemistry Radio lclm BR07HfR5 These men as devoted Brothers labor to msttll m us the quali ties of their patron St Francis de Sales They spend countless hours during and after school constantly working for our bet terment We shall long remember their fine example and whole hearted loyalty to the Oblates and to the school SYSTERS 0F 57 J05EPH The relentless time and toil in enlightening our minor set is a tribute to the Sisters of St Joseph These nuns have given their all at our Annex at St Anne sm moulding boys into future men of the world Our Frosh, who havent as yet been instilled We know that, as ln the past these capable sis ters will continue to infuse into the youngest our student body the zeal which is the spirit the Falcons We owe a debt of gratitude these nuns who have consecrated their lives the betterment of education SR M BEATRICE SR M WINIFREDA SR MARIE DENISE SR CATHERINE MARGARET Principal Religion latin Religion Algebra Religion History Religion English o o a o with the "NC" spirit, are under able instructors. . . . . of I . . . . of . ' to ' ' to ' 7 J t , X . , w I f .fs X ,eg oi. . I X, ,. I ,I T . ve Elf ,Q-.af . F 3 fx ,I we fi vfeei fi X ,V ts. if 3' E' 2' ..,,i:.,:eJK-gm., S W . . if me of ,-gi, W, Q: ,F , OFHCE SMH-' Our energetic office staff goes busily through the day plagued with countless problems and harassing phone calls, but they are always willing to lend a helping hand with a cheerful smile. They attack problems with zealous en- ergy to be surpassed by none. Truly our office MISS FRANCIS NEBEL MISS MARIE CARBREY Secretary Secretary personnel is instilled with the Falcon Spirit. --X if S 'Es' nb 1. ,TN fi 'ft ., " av X915 , ,Q . "0 5. ' ' Q ,yf 'I 1 f ' Q-. MRS. LONDIE TULIO MISS PATRICIA POLCHAN MRS. MARY GRADY Secretary Secretary Librarian 1' X-X I l vw Q if ' 5 5? 5 1, a, Y 1 vw w 3' .gf gm , .V ' 4 fwfagis , ggi ,.'3fE'.f. ::2'j'15?5i.': ' M' -Q: fx .V -X 4 kai ww 1 ,tw . i ,f ,fa im, , ,Qwgif . 55:11. 1 ' my gf-4""A Av. xg: "Whining 2 Q Q . 5 . Q 1 'H iu 1 -Q X-, , . f 1 V. ,im ,., 'Ivy 'Z s 5- .A -1 , ? ,, C. ' ...,S 'xy :,- +5 M f" ,W JP 2 ,WV . f-255 'W J 7 , , 1 , A 5 iw. ,fb I5 4..- - "U v nv ' I w 'X Q I "Pax Domlhl' sl? semper vobzkcum " Now a tradition at North Catholic are the lunch period Masses. Since their inauguration two years ago, every North Catholic student has the opportunity to attend daily Mass and receive Holy Communion. At each Mass the Chapel is filled by a devout student body ask- ing God for the grace necessary for the per- formance of their daily activities. Just as the Mass is the center of our Catholic Faith so also is it the center of our life at North. Following the ceremony of solemn Religious Profession, Father Joseph Woods accompanies the Superior General, the Most Reverend Domenico Balducelli, in the procession to the sacristy. ,.,,Mfffg, A- f., P N QQ . 1 3 , 1 if .wi.,,s,,-g.1.h.eU. new-V -4, t N M .,..' N ' . W s . L X! ' E4 n 3 ? 15,1 if w il -z ? . ig X the basl? of sfrengfb . . . REUGION Catholic Tradition was explained to us as Freshmen. As Sophomores we learned how the Church heroically withstood persecution and heresy, and how the Mass evolved into its present form. With these basic fundamentals we were able to take on a deeper understand ing of the Faith of our fathers. At the Junior level we delved deeply into the Ten Command ments and the Precepts of the Church to gain a better understanding of our moral obligations while in Senior year the study of Apologetics not only strengthened our Faith but gave us a basis for explaining it to others f"7 X Q' , Fl I. r" XI, The members of Senior One attenhvely take notes as Father Klnnlry clarifies the important concepts The Guiding Light-Senior Ten attentively listens to the explanation of Father Godley concerning the Immaculate Conception and the Virgin birth of Christ. These doctrines of our religion are often misunderstood. we Father Di Ienno explains the doctrines of our Faith to one of his Freshman classes. Rocco Filipone listens as Father Brennan describes "The Power of Succession" while the students of Senior Nine work eurn- estly to complete their religion outline before the end of class. '--f-'-If -"-.-'F 'ii' ', 1 ' tj I ff 0 f l n , 1 if iff. ,,,, X F f ' W' gp L9 Q' " l ,Ai If - 'WW 'n i W 4' " ' 1 .ww H999-H WNW iff I A f' ' ' ' ggi 3, wk . X - . - g5:cgQ, ,g K A - M . ,W ' Wx' 3 Q V. , ,N 7 V Q W 'XA -V,,2e:r Wh, K S, LQ,,wq'1fY , .,M.-wwf. 1: ,if ..Qe'- "m -"' i: f ,fx '-'fi ' . - A ' Q-A , ii- -H ' W K ' , x W . ww W-If ' 1+ 'K - EN Q, ww - I :sg H W1 iw ag JUNIOR I PREFECT FR WILLIAM KEELEY Anastasl Carbine Casey Cassidy Cawley Cmque Clark Connor Crosson Diamond DIPIINSID Dona hue Ersenlohr Farrell Grllcspre Glordano Hamer Handley Hassan Hrtchncr Hornberger Howard Hubert Karser Kwratkowskr Lelth Lombardos Lydzmskl Malone McCloskey IIcGrogan Monaghan Mucerrno Novak Ordeorf Ranson Reumcr Rlllrng Sawa Schrader Shultz Srbllla Sledlcskl Slymen dera Umnle Wasco Weber Weldon Woznrak Youse JUNIOR 2 PREFECT MR ROBERT LARKIN Botfa Booth Brennan Brlgllo Brown Cahrll Capcmo Cluccu Coll Contuno DAngelo Donahue Fam Gasrewskr Gulbert Grrbbrn Crover Heenan Joseph LofIey leach Leary Longo Lukansku Lynch Manderbaugh Mastrangelo Maxlmo McCusker McMahon McManus McVcy Mellcody Mrdgett Murphy Olrvrerr Panfll Perronc Proetzel Repsch Rrley Ross: Rounbehler Seddon Smith Sommer vnlle Szparagowskr Thompson Trudel Vorraso Waders JUNIOR 3 PREFECT MR DAVID LOSCALZO Andrlonrs Boyle Brooml1eod Brown Campbell Carpenter Castagna Cowley Charles Chrodo Cahnll Cubler DAngelo Dolan Dombrowskr Feeney Fmley Frsher Forgrone Gallagher Getley Grzeszczak Haynes Hesson Jensen Lacey Lyons Magurre Malpass McCloskey McKay Melsenzahl Mrnnrtr Murphy Mychack Naprer Nerll Nocentrno Prcarella Poserrna Rohn Reese Rlccr Rusrnko Schultz Scully Stango Trahey Valenta Walker Youse Zlmmerman JUNIOR 5 PREFECT FR ROBERT FREILER Ahlgren Atkmson Ballay Boyle Brown Bruno Carmen Clancy Collms Corrrgan Coyle Curry Devme DlSabato Frtzsrmmons Flood Gonnella Hanmgan Jones Jurkofsky Kane Kamewskr Kellogg Klauder Megrnley Peole Quarle Reynolds Romano Rossrtter Rudakewuch Serano SIWIIISIKI Srwlnskl Tarella, Vlcano Walls Werderman Wlelgoszlnskl Zaleskr JUNIOR 6 PREFECT MR FRANK WISSMAN Brown Conway Coyle Dell DellaNoce Downey Durkrn Dzrerza Erbrlck Granger Grant Grerpp Hall Husak lorlo Jakel Kaeser Key Krlroy Kung Kratzmer Kuczynskr Lombard: Mack Malloy Marcrnkow skl Markowskr Mastropletro McCann McCauley McCullough McGulgan McStravrc Mendell Murphy, Ostrowskl Paradowskr Penn Petrartrs Rapoch Robert Roth Sarachman Sauer Senechal, Skackl, Slaven Stehr Trask Tyre Walters Weston Worek Zaharchak JUNIOR 7 PREFECT FR LEON WISNIEWSKI Barton Beneezet Bleler Brodno Bygott Caprlato Carden Cox Coyle Czarnrk Delaney Donovan Dowd Dych Everts Glorroso Gunnnng Harrrgan Hepp Heslm Kephart Krllran Knapp Lawless Lrhotz Madden McBrrde McCarthy McCullough McHoIe Mclntyre Meehan Mucklosky Mroz Ottlnger Petrowrcz Phrllrps Randall Reca Reteneller Roudo Short Sregrrst Salk Slmonet Slattery Smlth Stewart Wallnskas Watts Wels Worek Yankomch JUNIOR 8 PREFECT FR RAYMOND McKONE Ackerman Bandosz Barth Bradley Buchherm Burke Bygott Cashman Clarrch Clemens Connolly Cornelia Corr Crozuer Domanskl Falkowskl Feeney Fullan Glllls Glfoll Glosson GUSIIEWICI Hanger Ionnocone Kennedy Krrby Konrad Krumenacker Kummer Lederer Leone Marrone Mattern Mrnuchr Monaghan Moore Nagele Naulty ODonneIl Ot'Iner Osendowskr Qulnn Rette Sangmelster Savldge Schultz Sharp Sloger Trllmonn Walsh Webster Wink Wrnters Zusun -I I I I l I I 1 r I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I A . I l I I I I I I I I r I r ' .I h I I I .I I I ' I I U I I I I D I I . I I I I A A I .I - I . I I I I I I ' I I I . A I I . I ' I ' VI I ' I l I I .I . .I . I ' ' I - I I I I I I I .I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . S .I I I I I ' I 'I I I . I - ' I -I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I ' I . I I I I 'I I I I . I ' I I I I I I I I I - I I I I . I . I .I r r I I l I I r q r r I Q Yr - I I I I I I I I A n I I I I I I I I I I I S I I I . I l I . . I I I ' I I I I . .I I I Konrad, Kratowicz, Langella, Lazanski, Leisse, Maduzia, McDade, McGovern, Mc,Govern, Mcloughlin, . I I . I I I l I I I - . 'I ' . .I . . . I I . I . . .V .. I I I I I I - I . I ' I I I D I I I Q I I I I A I ' I ' I .I VI I I l - .I -I . I I I I ' I . I I .I -I I I I I I I I I I ' . I I I I I I - I I I I ' I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I . I h I . I I . I I ' - I I I A I I I I I I I I I ' I I . I . I . I I I I I I I ' I I D I . I I . I I . I I A I I I ' I I r I A I I I I . I I I l I I . I -I hr r I . . I I lr I - - I r I I . I I I I I I Q I I I 'I Y I I r l I I -r h I I I I A I I I I D I I I I I A I ' ' Q35 , if S ,ti as Q j 2 x 3 ' E 'x V Y' rf ' , E x U 1 Q K Q. 5, u 5 ff Qi!! 5 Q f ang: 1 5 J X X f r X 9 'Q ' ! T! 5 X 1 ' at Q - 3' ' f ' .xii Q :AA k t gi 3- Y 'L ' X Ill 'A , 3? 1 'ill A V 5 I J , 5 Tl ix? 1 if Ea? 1 f . KX has Q, M' My 4 un- 1 - aio an 1 iff?- The English Department at North Catholic strives constantly to train us in our Mother tongue. Mr. loughery carries on a discussion with Payne, Young, Grochoski and Wixted of Senior Two. Seemingly interested in in- creasing their vocabulary power are Pietrangelo, Caucci, Ware, Collins and Sloan. John Ferrie, Senior Three, is aided by Father Dennis in an assignment as the rest of the class works arduously. Our teachers are always ready to render assistance to any boy having difliculty with a sub- iect. fl 1 ,I 4-f k,-,rf 3 K fs.. if A .1-' I S f' 1 , ,S r.4,.-ur' -tnllg, X 'if- ni. , wg, gifiwgiikny Nw' 7 S 2 Q Xt 'G r .fri-Q -. f ig, X if ,, M ,.,V. "H-api-1'xW ,..4J" x, A .vs 'S sf"-ol' in M22 . .Q :f , + Q., 1 55' 31'ff,f ,l W 3 ,- .1 ...fins-, fi f 42333 6, ff" ' 3,-new 1 N. l 5 , a , , am, 9 Na+ uf 351' w if 1,1 kv , Z il SW - 4-?!!3.55V ,IIA urn: ui ,I 5' , qi' 5.11144 ' . 4 7rl'JT 6 K f lzjfgl 1 'bn-Q ff?-if -on -8 havsv- vf ' I I, Jftxyiagw, There was never a dull moment in our Spanish classes which embraced not only the lan- guage itself, but also the social and cultural aspects of con- temporary lite in the Spanish speaking lands. ,....- 'kin fa , 'ff - 1 , .1 ,Sl 4 lf.. A smile of enlightenment lights up on SPANISH Francis Crumety's face after Father Cleary presents a logical explanation of the material. Father Bill that is. ,PP-req, Rev. John Cleary, O.S.F.S. Department Head P I ! I G Q , I . 0 , 1 5 ,WH I mr. tl-755 3' 4' - ?f,5f1?'s. W E 14 5' 'faq-,f ' 1 f. my .51 , R! ' A ' f 1 S 3 5 ,ig I J Iii' . 2' ms . "fl , A is 3 1 1. 1 .- J M M A , V, ,xl .A ,i,'f-wkfivfi' . iw, g . :Q,fvfQ'u, f ,- , W.. 751' I I if , b fi.. - . VA ' A Ly.. 4 .Kg M' mv u - W". . g gg if ,asv - A A xbxrff' Ns, uw., i Q ev , , . ff' yt XS '7' fig? 2 A x 1 2 F 1 , 59 ' .gg ,Lani X fi? ' ,M Q-f-Y My . , , ,T , ,. M H B! Q -fn . A ,mfr ,. . -,BMA .NNE 5 . sf ' AW . sang- - g xi! .f ,f . ,Ll , . s, , mwgrk' , V ' .N , , ,. " 6015 0 1960 JUNIOR 9 PREFECT MR EDMUND ARMSTRONG Altomare Ballard Beccarra Brennan Bulcheck Cameron Campbell Carr Carroll Carlrn Chuck Cresrelskr Crmmo Coller Cosgrove Daddarro Dankowske DrRugerrs Dolan Dolan Frnn Garzone Gerger Gerner Hall Howe Jakel Kennedy Kuchs Marmellr McGovern Nesbm Norbury Premaza Prendergasl Rerlly Rmg Rohrer Rudznnskr Rykaczewskr Sanlelra Shendan Skrnrs Sloan Stacy Slefen cavage Tarde Toland Vrla Wall Ware Wlllse Wolslenholme JUNIOR 4 PREFECT FR ALOYSIUS FLYNN Bannon Balcho Beck Bolmarcnch Bowers Brmkos Burke Drnapolr Dorwarl Dougherty Englrsh Falkowskr Farley Frrel Gordon Gneco Houck Heake Helm Henm Herler Jale Juvan Kerns Kohler Krum Lrnkrewrcz Lupanrnskr McCloskey McGurk McQurllan Meehan Mrlnrchuk Mooney Morgan Mrodrnskl OMara Perkowskr Pelrovra Plelrak Pleler Pugh Ruhl Russ Rzepskl Shaw Shaw Srlvan Stolak Surosky Trmson Trzuskowskl Urbanskr Zambrowskr JUNIOR 'IO PREFECT FR FRANCIS GROSS Bloom Boffa Burke Cacra Colanzr Cole Connelly Cybulskr Dacrr Delaney DePerro Drake Foley Forrsh Grafenstern Greer Hrnes Hnalko Kammska Kearrns Krefer Konopka Leve Lrsowskr Lutz trno Novalskr OConnor Oleckna Prrmerano Rhodes Samhuca Schrufer Schullz Sweeney Wachen dorfer Wlnczuk Young JUNIOR 'll PREFECT MR WILLARD RUCINSKI Benson Collemacrne Cosgrove Cunnlngham Dolan Dolchanczyk Donegan Dougherly Ellrs Falsone Farrell Grady Gunn Hamrlton Hence Lrghlcap Jolewskr Luiz Malculams Marano McHugh Mc Sorley Moore Nagle Nyzro Opalskr Panvrm Patrrzl Rrchle Rress Spanos: Siark Swrfl Teel Upden grove Walsh Werss Welsh Yabor JUNIOR 'I2 PREFECT MR JOHN LOUGHERY Albert Balfe Bales Brello Bray Brous Campagna Collrns Conlen Crosson Cummrngs Dougherty Esug Frnnegan Flanagan Fuscellaro Gray Heck Kennedy Krslow Lynch Maxrmo McAnully McCar ron McGralhy Melanson Mullen OConnor Phelan Schauder Sevrck Shendan Slrvak Suder Trun flo Wagner Walker Wllsey Wrlson JUNIOR 'I3 PREFECT MR THOMAS McLENIGAN Anskrs Archer Burdetle Cunnrngham Curran Daukas DeLeo Donahue Gordon Gorman Graham Gregory Harrrson Hayes Helrnek Henderson Kernan Klenrckr Kucowskr Kulrkowskn Lamanra Lula Markowskr McCartney McDevrN Mnkelronrs Monleleone Morrrssey Mulhern Myer Newman Novak Opdenaker Pelers Poulson Reese Regan, Rrchardson Sarsynskl Schafler Sertz Sharp Sheehan Srtko Strzempek Trghe Venezlale Wachowskl Weachfer I I I I I I I I I I l I I ' 'r q . r r I - r -r ' . r r I ' I . I I I I I I I . 'I I . I I I ' I . I I A .I 'I I I I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 I I I . I I . I I I .I I I A I .I I . I I . I I I . I . I I ' I I I I I . l ' I . .I I I . I I . . I I I A .I ' I .I I I U I . I I I I .I I I . I ' I I ' I 'I .I -' I I I ' I 'I I I -I .I I I I I U I I I I I I I . .I . I I I I I . .I I Matkowski, Marchawsky, Maltern, McAllister, McCabe, McCann, McGinniss, McGuire, Newman, Nocen- A I .I ' I I t I I I I I I - r Q r - I A I I . I I I I I . I I I I I I I I . I ' .I I . ' I I I - I I I . I .I l -I - .I . I ' I I .I I . I I - I I . I I ' r r r I r r r r q r r 1 l I V I I I I I I I I I . I I ' I I I r V r r r . r A I ' I I ' I I I . I . 1 ' I I I I I I I I I I I V I I I I l I I I . 'I -I . .I I I Y .1 r . r ' - ' r r . r r I I I I I I I I I .I I l I I I . I I . I A I YI ' Q -it X N D U K 5 gig 2? C l - 1 i n use an an-. -mu as -an -sua-w ...Q-.-auf'-Q 5 - Q Q o 40,0 'V' 1 I 'Y qs i, An attentive Senior Eleven, under the tutelage of Mr. Konczu- kowski, views a film explaining their Chemistry material. This is but one example of the Chemistry department's constant drive to produce trained, scientific minds. JN xXx These members of Father Kelly's Chem- istry Club probe the mysteries of the laboratory. Anything can happen here and usually does. There is never a dull moment under Father's watchful eye. These Senior gentlemen, lerovante, Crug- nale, Conway, and 0'Rourke, the main- stay of the Chemistry Club, delve into the mystery of organic Chemistry, which will aid them in their future studies. elements and com ounds Brother Frederick explains to Senior One, in his magnificently equipped lab, the wonders of Chemistry. This period is anxiously awaited to see what new surprises will be unveiled. has Rev. John Kelly, 0.S.F.S Department Head 'zu'-' "' ' ..,. '4, K," 1 f. ..-, x- al' . . n',, ...A f 'T. iz-1---7 ., , ... .fl -'-':'v 1 ' - 'C Y. ,,--4:-ian ,5,g': . 3 V 4Vl '. .1 Mg... iz. 12 I' ,h 1, IH! Y It .,3,.. -P . " . -I., 'f J 1: , .,f .'11hY in V .Q .X A 'A .. ly' 'Aa-11 gf? 'Lf wi . . ,WF Ui", . . :,-r,.- Wag ' "',Vf. ,H ,g..4,. '1.-'Qs - :, x' . J' . Father Stout, who :an make Biology a really "living" sub- iect, demonstrates a plant cross-seztion to Jack Smart. We shall always be grateful to Father for his constant interest. The wonders of Biology are eyed by the Sophomores as they learn of the world about us. Here Mr. Reeves points out the amazing life cycle of the Butterfly. - ,, gr Q Q ,t it S K H 5 1. X '- fi V,..f" A 'zrj vs, W fs. .mg g ,r 'I M ! 2 ai Q, 'W s' , E I J E56 w 1 2 e f Q '91 K . +2 "w.M,A2sr1 v., N.. !, if F was As mi :Sw ii Q i A 1 - 1 iff 54' s 1 SOPHOMORE 'I PREFCT MR THADDEUS PIANKA Antell Cattollco Chrobocmskl Connor Desldeno Flanagan Foley Fowler Furey Gnmths Grzymala Ham Hambor Hammer Hartman Hellnek Herbert Jeter Kanague Kosper Kennedy Keough Kublak Letterle Lubklng Lutz Makowskn Mattern Mclntyre McKeown McMonemln Mnlewsku Mlynaczyk Mondllo Murphy PhIlIPPS Press Pnmerano Rakowskl Rosa Sandman Scarcelle Schnec Secor Stlngel Wnlkms Wolf Zakrockl Zaleskl SOPHOMORE 2 PREFECT FR THOMAS RUSH Barth Boles Butler Caluendo DeLuca Dlamond Duetz Eckert Evcs Fanrak Glcnnon Grochowskl Harvey James Katanle Karwoskr Kelly Koschmeg Lang LeFevre Loftus Mahoney Mallszewsku MtCafTerty M:DonaId McGlynn Mclaughlln Mlllugan Monallas Morrns OConnor ONenlI ONelll Palmacrl Reld Seddon Seifert Sknerskl Suebold Snyder Sommcr Stewart Szuszczewlcz Tlano Wat son Weber Welhan Wort? Zarych Zandell SOPHOMORE 3 PREFECT MR THOMAS FORKIN Augustyn Baker Blelawskl Boyle Christopher Curelly Clark Coyle Cullen Depnera DlRugeus Dodd Drellck Farrant Fleury Caruffe Guordano Haynes Hohenstenn Hrm Jurowlcz Kelso Ketterer Koblalka Kopczynsku Korn Kunclw Lelbrand McFadden McVeigh Montml Mulholland Mullen Mundy Mul venna Musltano Nlck Palana Petto Prosper: Reardon Really, Roman, Rowles Sanger Smart Toner Wallckl Zavaczkowskl Zlellnskn Zowney SOPHOMORE 4 PREFECT MR JOHN FRIEL Arabia Bachman Banfe Blaney Boyle Bradley Burke Bush Callahan Carroll Castagna Cerankow skl Conn Deal DIMQSCIO Fern Fern Fleo Green Heavey Hellng Hlggms Hlndley Hutchner Ho Hunsmger Hunter Jefford Kelly Kernan Kuchs Macready Maher Maule May McDonald McGuire Mitchell Murphy Mychak Palno Plcmlch Reynolds Say Schroyer Skowronskl Taylor Tlmmons, Tltano Wlsnnewsku Wolstenholme SOPHOMORE 5 PREFECT FR JOHN DONAHUE Alexy Alfonso Arnold Bash Bowdren Brasku Burke Caro Chrlstlan Coll Corrigan Costello Cwlk Clyzewska Drexler Egan Frles Gabor Gaus Grnsan Grzeskowlak Harrlson Hartner Hess Hoover Janulewncz Kasperskl Kempmsku Kmg Kruszczynskl Lelnhelser Mabln MacBrlde Maier Martlnelln Moore Newell Nowack Nowrckl Olechna Pallolzl Pendrak Reuter, Richards Rivera Ruszkowskl, Splotto, Swlckla Szuszczewacz Valermo Woods SOPHOMORE 6 PREFECT FR VINCENT KENNY Ahtuak Aspute Beudet Carr Castlllo Curran Dawson Deal Douherty Fee Gendaszck Gross Ham Heath Heston Jimenez Karpmskl Kelly Kubackl Kubrak Laynton Lindsey Loveloy Maketta McCaf ferty McCann McElhatton McFadden Mclaughlln McPhllllps Mllotlch Morasch Peranteau Postow sk: Rahlll Raybold Rempfer Schmntt Staunton Stemer Stonno Szczepanskn Taylor Thornton Tom czyszyn Vicente Wagner Wltkowsku Woods SOPHOMORE 7 PREFECT MR JOHN BEATTIE Auman Biddle Butter Cinque Covaleskl Crane DeFazlo Dillon DINQZIC Doherty Donnelly Duffy Durman Erazmus Erwln Gabbett Gore Goury Henes Kearns Kennedy Kenny Koreck Lawrence LeBender Levash Logan Louae Lowry Mackle Markowskl McCarthy Mcleush McNamara Melntel Morrison Naylor OFlaherty Paczkowslu Parendler Parsons Ranch Rydzewskl Srhnelder Soley Styer Tomasettl, Tranauskas Tresnan Troxse Trzaskawka I l I I .I I ' . I I I I I . I I I I I I - I I I . I I I I . I 0 I ' I I -I I I I . I l .I I l I I . . I I U I 'I I I I I I I . . ' I .I .. I I I l I I I I l I I I I I . I I l I .I I . I I I I I . ' ' . . . . . , , . , . , . , I , , , , I , 'I I I I K I . .I . I I I I . I U I - I I I I I I ' I I . .I I F I . I I I I . I . ' I ' I I I I Q I I . I ' I . I I I - -I I ' I Q I I . I . .I I I I - I . I F I . I I .I I . 1 1 I . .I .I . . .I i , I I I I I I' I I I I I - .I I I - . I I .I . I I I ' . I I . I l I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I F I . I I I . I g ' . I I I I .I I U . I , . I I I I I .I I I F l I I . I I . I .I I I - I I I I I . I . I I I I . I .I . ., . I .I . . I . , . I . I . .I I I I . 'I I .I I . I D I F . . I . I . I ' I I I I I . I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I ' .I I .I I I l I ' I I - I I I I . I . ' I . . I I I - .I . I I I ' I I . I . I -I I I - I I I I . .I ' I I I I . I 'I I . I . I I I I I I I I - I f I I I I I I I I I I I F I I I .I I . I I Q I . ,,,, . . , , I I l I I . I ' X ! A f.:pnglw,, 1 5 . E 3: ro' if , .- I Q E.. 3 x W mifwwf 3 4 ,xi ga an i 6 .f 72' 5. qi? A . iw, 32 4 p ' , 'issue , I, F .V X V . Q A N Y , t ,kb ,,, V. HX 19.3 . , 4 V :Mfg ,fx "I ' K ' ,mf , y -:gQ.fL,gQ:.,f'.l.3 A . .. , ., ,K J, ,,W,,,, vt' X ?' f"-, l-al , r f..,,., Rev. Hubert Wetzler, O.S.F.S. Department Head , ,U-i These Senior gentlemen Ed Smith Dave McNulty Frank Knuettel Bill Trombetta, Fred Hamilton John Kelly Mike Miles and Dick Domrzalskl all leaders of the Our German class proved both interesting and educational under the direction of Father Wetzler. Father, cr native of Germany, constantly strove to cement our knowledge of this language. We express our sincere thanks for Father's help and consideration. 5 ,I A A1 "-J ,4 These seemingly studious boys of Senior One hold an after class discussion to further their Latin course. These students realize the necessity of Latin in building a strong vocabulary. MUN The Language of the Church-Mr. Schelich explains to his students the fundamentals of Freshman Latin. """l Rev. Joseph Woods, 0.S.F.S. Department Head v i The boys of Freshman Four are mildly amused as Father Woods interprets a latin story concerning the Greek-gods. sf ?,g3?fU asm 5 W, ,...f" 3-Afk 3 42 dm ww-w Vvffqf' ik 40 -'Ji' M of-fM7,fi':'f'i' Fi 1? Mm Qrblng, TQLF1 C1 10404660 jf-Jssiflwf 29345 'Y "7 111 X I : " if , 1 ' 'M -14-QHW0 , ,, '73bZ"f-v"' 5 "" 1 1 74014 Q l000y"'f...19QyaX""'0?M0 Q. 2 '- Q Sq. .,,:, EL 3 if f M . in , L, RQ' 5 '1' I - "' K l N 4' lb. Q 'Al M.: -a -. 'es- 4 'H-7 ,m W, -'-'ff' -Q 'I fm '1'v as 'f3?ffLf5?x I 'I lf ' bfi! . g 4 gf W v M... ...anis .ax an ni 1 M1fJe!Qm?E5?' . 3 1 , , ag 'W' '9'rfz:,.a f. - I i a? 'Y ' 3,-E, 'S3i2F.T'2f 31 SOPHOMORE 8 PREFECT: FR. EDMOND STOUT Barger, Barton, Bednar, Brahl, Buddle, Buczek, Carter, Callahan, Caucci, Cole, Coll, Costigan, Curcio, Curran, De Carlo, Delaney, Donohue, Durkin, Fitzpatrick, Flanagan, Gimbel, Goeke, Graham, Haverluk, Hornickle, Lahana, Keightly, Keller, Komada, Laskoski, Maduzia, Marcinkowski, M'Clane, McKeown, Medora, Meenan, Montileone, Marris, Muldoon, Murray, Opalack, Pawlowski, Postowski, Powell, Pryor, Rauono, Rodgers, Santore, Sterner, Stine, Terembula, Whalen. SOPHOMORE 9 PREFECT: FR. HARRY MINICH Anastasia, Babii, Baker, Bannon, Blazik, Bracciale, Cannon, Cinousis, Clitlord, Conlan, Conlin, Crillcy, Donovan, Eckert, Fogarty, GratTenstine, Groch, Hearn, Hudec, Humes, Jaycee, Junker, Jurkiewicz, McCormac, McGinn, McGrody, McHugh, Meeks, Meyers, Norton, O'Connor, Owens, Parker, Peters, Pinto, Post, Qualters, Reseigno, Segin, Shanahan, Sperber, Springart, Steigerwalt, Tepper, Tepper, Thur- nau, Vassallo, Wilkinson, Wittmer, Witts. SOPHOMORE 10 PREFECT: FR. EDWARD McGlNLEY Bittendender, Boianowski, Brady, Brown, Calvert, Canniry, Chest, Christensen, Cole, D'Attilio, Deegan, Dellape, DeWald, DiGregorio, Finchen, Frankunas, Garofalo, Gorman, HaIlorqd,'Hampton, Holmes, Jaroszewski, Kitchen, Kovatch, Lehner, Maginnis, Malinowski, McAvoy, McCullough, McLaughlin, McManus, McMenamin, Meginley, O'Hara, Oprea, O'5uIlivan, Pisiechko, Riley, Rossi, Rosato, Shapley, Stock, Taylor, Tomaszewski, Toto, Ventresca, Ward, White, Williamson, Wisenauer, Wissman, Yeager. SOPHOMORE ll PREFECT: FR. STANLEY DOBKIEWICZ Barron, Black, Boyles, Brennan, Canniry, Caputo, Cinque, Concio, Coyle, Crone, Domico, Finley, Florian, Gorman, Gormley, Haggerty, Halbe, Halper, Hanratty, Hargraves, Hogan, Hubbard, Juhas, Kelly, Kinney, Kober, Lower, Manes, McCole, McGinty, McMonagle, Milligan, Mosko, Parker, Pollock, Powers, Reed, Sailer, Seif, Sicilia, Seifreid, Spinosi, Stalfieri, Steel, Swallow, Taurino, Thompson, Walters, Wedzielew- ski, Williamson, Wilsey, Wisniewski. SOPHOMORE 12 PREFECT: MR. RICHARD DeLll.LlO Cancellier, Cianci, Cox, Dalton, Dambra, D'Angelo, Davis, DeSandro, Drumm, Duffy, Farlom, Gallagher, Gallagher, Hroch, Hadtield, Halbe, Henne, Hesson, Hughes, Hutt, Jameson, Keating, Kelly, Kinter, Lindenholen, Lynn, MacAfee, McNally, McNichoI, Merrit, Michael, Murphy, Murray, 0'NoiIl, Parkinson, Petrowski, Pezzano, Reid, Ryan, Schenzle, Seller, Straight, Sweeney, Toner, Wesolowski, Wiercinski, Wisniewski, Yost, Zearfaus. SOPHOMORE 13 PREFECT: MR. KENNETH SIMENDINGER Baior, Beaumont, Bilicish, Boron, Canuso, Castine, Colgan, Daniels, Dawes, DeCarlo, Diaz, Downey, Dugan, Farrell, Flynn, Galazka, Gallagher, Gerhart, Graham, Haher, Harte, Horan, Kauterman, Kennedy, Konieczny, Lawrence, Leve, Malloy, Manzo, McGarry, Melo, Merritt, Miller, Mills, Nebel, Neiley, 0'Keefe, Purr, Reese, Sawa, Scipione, Siemiontkowski, Sierapzki, Simpson, Slivak, Somers, Stewart, Strauch, Swirsding, Troiak. SOPHOMORE 14 PREFECT: FR. CHET WARREN Barstow, Bartusis, Beisel, Benner, Bisch, Bolwekk, Brady, Brittingham, Casnet, Cassini, Cosmo, Coyle Cravero, DeFoney, Devine, Einwechter, Falcone, Fryckberg, Glorioso, Graham, Hirshbuhl, John, Johnson, Kaczmarek, Kleposki, Knipp, Kohlmeir, Layton, Madden, Manes, McNally, McQuillan, Newell, O'Connell, 0'Mara, O'NeilI, Pina, Porrini, Searle, Seedes, Slover, Snyder, Sowinski, Sturges, Thompson, Trask, Wade, Wall. SOPHOMORE 'l5 PREFECT: MR. LOUIS CHIARLANZA Bender, Bingel, Bollendorf, Boyle, Brogley, Burkhardt, Caine, Clark, DeMasi, DeSanto, DiPasquale, Dougherty, Greer, Kelly, MacWilliams, Marnell, McCarthy, McCarthy, McClain, McDevitt, McDevitt, Milnik, Mooney, Newdeck, O'DonneIl, Rykowski, Sebzda, Sevick, Shragher, Siegrist, Smith, Snyder, Sole, Strausser, Victor, Walsh, Watts, Zach, Zampirri, Zin. 'Qi Kg 5 I I if ff 19 ' s 5, wa.. ,M-..v ..N.,..,A ,, ,dm A, ' ' f ' W ' H A A fi 3 tx If A9 i in f 13 , --A 10" fl" A -. I i ! aa-am, .V,. i fs if Q xi. ffL'1i9 t R V lf' Rev. William Keeley, O.S.F.S. Department Head 1 K' ,F f- 1 . 14? f 'L' 'ts Jffl-fi if K :WN : vi-7,4 Y l 3. ff fl-'f f- F fs:-",..., F' ,ff v .K Q ' K ' , l ,N 1 A - PJ?- 1 ,H A ,X y r, Father Eisenbarth shows the students of Senior Fourteen the correct manipulation of those elusive figures in the laws governing bad debts. His many years of business experience have made bookkeeping less complicated for us. Father Brichta points out the dilterent techniques used on the electric typewriters to Devlin, Furlong, Edelman and Foley of Senior Thirteen. Speed and efficiency can be obtained in this subiect only through constant practice and study. ww' X A . JF 4 sg ,ff-. P' x I ,Q 3' " f 'FXR ' 2' ' x' i fb 1 N2 , . "fri V AN., - 1 . ' lux -a' ,- w,,. , Q ,af EW i ..4..- g,,'TuP'g I' f. A- lf ,fQgg .J wg ' :F?i'1'gf.'ah , , QESBLW Q' ,fi qt- yj 'Q E , g , m wx, fxkivi A2 1 SEP? 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Mfigy ' 7 A, , iw. - we , 'W ,gwfg .,,.: ,., '-P xg, T5 V . ggw,g.1,ga, FRESHMAN l PREFECT FR HUBERT WETZLER Benzenhafer Bogan Busak Bracchr Bradley Cahrll Cameron Clancy Collemacme Cossettl Curry Danrele Drelrck Dura Elmer Enms Esposato Fltzgeralcl Follmer Follmer Funk Gannotta Glancey Hagan Hall Hess Hrlllard Howard Klock Kolenkrewrcz Lee Mabln Madden Martm McConomy McCullough Mellon Murphy OHara ONelll Patton Posadowskl Quatrlm Ruczynskl Schutz Tucker Wade Warne Watson Westtleld Wolos FRESHMAN 2 PREFECT FR WILLARD MAHONEY Bannon Brooks Cook Darab DlFazno Dunmore Dltsche Dixon Dolan Doman Gallagher Gevst Greer Grecpp Ham Heavey Herrow Iles Kalser Kerr Kulran Kordasaewlcz Kuczypskr Kuharskr Kuhn llnster McDermody McDermott McMonagle Mendell Oldt Olszewskl Ott Pacchranelll Patton Perkowskl Poulson Regan Rrzzo Schrelber Slaven Smith Speranza Sturgeon Vattlmo Wlssman Yale Zaks, Zelenskr Zolnowskr FRESHMAN 3 PREFECT MR JOSEPH MAHER Baker Bergmaner Bertsch Borghnse Brady Brennan Byrne Cuslck Cutullo Davnes Dnleonardo Fntzgerald Forant Galante Gallo Geist Goodman Graul Harklns Heckler Hoover Jackman Jones Kalpokas Karwoskl Kelly Klvlm Labenz Lentz Mahon Marcolongo Mazzocca McCracken McElhatton McKenna McKrnney Mellon Mngllonuco Mueller 0DonneIl Ranaldu Remer Shelton Smlth Stango FRESHMAN 4 PREFECT FR JOSEPH WOODS Barrett Briggs Buchholx Burns Byrne Collms Deal Deleo Devlin DufTn Ebert Eberwune Fleury Fuscellaro Fyke Ganz Gottschall Greco Hannan Horn Hoyle Hronchak Jacoby Kelly Kendra Krley Kirby Lonergan Loughran Lucarlm Macaltls Maguire McBride McCartney McCloskey McGovern McGowan Meely Montanaro Oleary Panuto Papaleo Payne Phelan, Potter Quinn Raven Savltsky Trldento Webster Wrlson Zagorsku Zepp Zunta FRESHMAN 5 PREFECT FR EDWARD FRIEL Baltrush Bane Banfe Behan Bleler Borkowskr Boyle Brooke Byrne Cafolla Carden Curduccl Clark Conley Connelly Conway DeCarlo Donahue Drahuschak Dunne Edmger Ehrenfeld Englert Falrburn Ferry Franklln Gatley Gereau Glavrn Gunning Hambor Kadlec Klnney Lal"fey Leahy Lelbert llghtcap McElroy McGovern McGuckm OConnor ODonnell Plekutoskl Quinn Rosenfelt Rosney Sweeney Updegrove Vlsconto Wallen Watson Wengllckl Zendelbach FRESHMAN 6 PREFECT FR JOSEPH HUGHES Baker Beck Brown Cappo Cole Costabnle Dellnpontr DlNeua Doman Dowlmg Duncan Esposrto Fallckl Gallagher Glangreco Golden Hanson Helerbacher Holmes Kerrlgan Klvlnn Kleaver Kosman lafferty Lawlor Manser Martrn Mason McCreedy McDonald McDonnell McGulgan McHugh Mclnnes McNamee Morasch Muslal Myers OConnor Olsen 0Sulluvan Relnhart Rue Saloma Sarallnas Sharkey Slsk, Swasey Torrente Trlevel Trzuskowskl Venafra Walsh Wolbert I I I .I I . 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V vt W , .gf M..-4' X I 32525 i th I-,fl 2233.3 2 1 'iiimz 5:12 QQ Vp H ' ff? isvikiig f miizmsf r , mv.-+ 1 M Mr Ross Wyre Dlroclor of Muslc Mr Vrlo Pans: our slrmg and woodwnnd leacher supervises a small clarnnel ensemble conslshng of Berlsch Mueller and Zlnrner Durmg lhe course of the year the concert band has played al many school assemblies They work many hours trying lo presenl a sullable program for our llslenlng pleasure 4. wr, .git ANNFX . M. Beatrice, S.S.J., Prrncr pal, St. Anne's Annex. A-1 Blaszkowski, Bolmarcich, Boss, Braunstein, Collins, Dowd, Downey Fitzgerald, Forys, Fowler, Girard, Goodavage, Garbowski, Grace Janda, Kanienicki, Kappler, Kliniewski, Kowalski, Kreibick, Lawlor Leisse, Lubiski, McCloskey, McCool, McNeill, Miller, Moegen Neville, Niemczak, Pieczkolon, Reilly, Rogozinski, Scopiniah, Spang- ler, Steele, Stevenson, Strupczewski, Szadek, Taggert, Thompson Wallash, Whatley, Wilderman, Wilk, Woiciechowski, Zawadzki. Remaining at N.C. depends largely upon the first year spent at St. Anne's Annex. The Freshmen are reading about the French Revolution while readying themselves for the three years ahead. .r..,....,,,,,, ,.:.w - K on hi. Hr A-2 Booth, Budzilowski, Coleman, Creevey, Destafney, Fenton, J. Fenton, W., Furness, Gaffney, Gallagher, Gields, Glenning, Good- win, Guznian, Hesson, Hylan, Kliniewski, Kluzinski, Kostek, Kruplak Leach, Lloyd, Lubieiewski, Marceleiwski, Martin, McCarthy, Mc Closkey, McGinley, McGrogan, Mclntyre, McLaughlin, McNulty, Mitchell, Oleszczyk, Powers, Reinhardt, Rutz, Rys, Sharp, Simon Sevienson, Teano, Tarpey, Urbanek, Walker, Warner, Wysocki. A-3 Asman, Becker, Berger, Berthcsi, Brennan, Broomhead, Burke Callazzo, Carroll, Cashley, Clair, Corkery, Curti, Delgado, Diorson, Etsell, Florek, Hogan, Hannah, Harrigan, Kearney, Kerrigan, Klan- cic, Lopez, Maduzia, Martin, McCann, McCuen, McGovern, Milles Mitchell, Nocella, O'Connor, Paris, Perez, Price, Rein, Ruchi Southard, Straight, Sweeney, Szczypiorski, Toy, Ulrich, Yabor Youse. The Leaders- William Thompson, Joseph Kowalski, Robert McNeill, Ronald Robert Rogozinski and Thomas Lubiski of A-1 realize the Klineiwski, Thomas Lubiski and James Walker. UBLHTE T so A imporrance of increasing their Latin vocabulary. , 5?n.v 'W FRESHMAN 7 PREFECT: MR. THOMAS HAYES Austin, Bambrick, Beck, Bee, Boyle, Buckley, Burns, Celebre, Crowley, Delp, Delrosso, Dempsey, Dunphy, Foley, Forster, Gallagher, Giamboy, Hebert, Heenan, Heston, Hoffman, Hoinowski, Horchuck, Horne, James, Konder, Manslield, Mattern, McCann, McCollum, McCracken, McGowan, McGrogan, McHugh, Mclntyre, McNesby, Miller, Norman, O'Connor, Scollon, Seward, Smith, Spiotto, Taylor, Tepper, VanStone, Venango, White, Willer, Willey, Zimmerman. FRESHMAN B PREFECT: FR. EDWARD CORCORAN Adams, Benson, Bonner, Cataldi, Cinalli, Corcoran, D'Andrea, Daniels, Deutenberg, Domico, Filice, Fink, Flanagan, Gahagan, Gasiewski, Geary, Grauel, Grilfenberg, Haggerty, Hannigan, Haurin, Holt, Jellick, Karpinski, Kehan, Knapp, Lineman, Lynch, Manco, Marano, McCullough, McNichoIas, Michuech, Mullen, Pascale, Paul, Power, Ranaldi, Reinhart, Ridge, Sander, Schmidt, Seifert, Speece, Steinmetz Verdi, Weed, Yetter. I FRESHMAN 9 PREFECT: MR. EUGENE BRAKE Achilles, Beach, Beaumont, Bednarchick, Bevans, Burgmann, Charyna, Cliggett, Dick, Diltmar, Fowler, Frusco, Fullam, George, Harper, Heimovitz, Hickey, Hines, Imperial, Kellogg, Leonard, Lodise, Lomas, Lynn, Madden, Martinez, McGinley, McHugh, Natale, Monroe, Opalski, Ortleib, Porter, Pryor, Rafter, Reamer, Romanies, Shipton, Siemietkoski, Sobon, Stout, Tack, Whelan, Wikiera, Yannone, larzycki. FRESHMAN 10 PREFECT: FR. CHARLES SEXTON Autiero, Baldwin, Breitweiser, Cannon, Carroll, Cincotti, Cline, Connolly, DeHaven, Donahue, Gerraghty, Gorbsky, Gramiak, Hanley, Hart, Harvey, lannotti, Kelly, Kober, Korpalski, Lawson, Lynch, Martin, Matteucci, McCalferty, McDermott, McFeeters, McGerry, McGovern, McSloy, O'Boyle, O'Connor, O'Donnell, Offer, 0'Rourke, Podlaszewski, Quigley, Quirple, Rehiel, Reichner, Renninger, Rocca, Salmieri, Stever, Walters, White, Young. FRESHMAN ll PREFECT: FR. NICHOLAS DilENNO Altimari, Anastasia, Barry, Bisceglie, Brenner, Buchanan, Carambone, Chiarolanza, Curran, Daiss, Doran, Eddis, Garman, Heisse, Kirsch, Levis, Loftus, Lucas, McCabe, Monaco, Mondillo, Moore, Moreton, Moriniello, Napoli, Naulty, Newton, Fasciullo, Paul, Rettinger, Rew, Rodgers, Siravo, Springer, Stambro, Stanowski, Stec, Strelf, Szewczak, Szparagowski, Tonzelli, Toro, Trainor, Tressel, Truntio, Ware, Wasiek, Weney, Zaborowski. FRESHMAN 12 PREFECT: FR. THOMAS GILLESPIE Amadie, Anastasi, Bilger, Bogativk, Bordone, Bush, Collins, Crosson, Daukas, Davis, Dronitsky, Dullin, Dugan, Famiano, Flanagan, Hannigan, Herbert, Higgins, Joyner, Kilpatrick, Klein, Kornuszko, Larnelza Larwa, Leifholtz, Martin, Mazzeo, McAleese, McKeon, Merrigan, Miletta, Mission, Murphy, Nagle, Nardone, O'Donnell, Pasciullo, Premaza, Preston, Quinn, Riflitts, Rosenberger, Rowe, Saviszky, Sherman, Skovera, Subilak, Tinney, Weber, Willard. : f ,,. is QA A 9 j,gP 3 if E 1 v. 14 f? " 1. 2 'ix Y Se? k A A ,-unusuall- I . -fizkl-991 .f-ual .fb 5 -wr V z 'I ,S .4 I 4 f I I 1 U ' Rev. Robert Freiler, O.S.F.S. Department Head Rendering good adviceqFather Freiler checks the drawing of Joe Conway of Senior One for incorrect dimensions as John O'Rourke looks on. An Expert's Advice-Robert O'Shaugh- nessy of Senior One listens carefully to Father Freiler as he points out the miss- ing views needed to complete his draw- ing. After two years of intensive work with Father Freiler an N.C. student is ready to compete in the lield of drafting, L. Rr4Dl0 l Checking the TubesfBrother Arthur shows Junior Thirteen the correct method of removing and replacing television tubes. He is also explaining the intricate arrangement of a modern television. Rev. Joseph Dunn, O.S.F.S. Department Head A 20th Century MarvelfThe basic training in the field of Electronics is under the guidance of Brother Arthur. The method by which Electro-Magnetic waves are converted into a picture and sound is explained by Brother Arthur. us LIU Llivl 'x if .s. r- -1 ffm-felllllfgealugfnaif , 1s' 4' H E 0 0 l 3' A, .f 'I " 0 M ' f H i Xb. J f iffg' ' gfv' ,?":f,w":.?.s. 1. f.-1 if 1 ' 1 ' 4 Aaah 'Q' 'Q A I rQ:y16gfv:a'5, r if Y f - ff , 1- f f . 6 ' -3311 J' f ,xv 1 5 J, K 1 5 V 'G g gfyvw f 5, 5 - f" ' x' 22 " K , F 'E' , Y A ' ,iifiix s Q W, 'U x f Y X I X ,Q ,4-ri'-'? Y f ' ff i bu , f , , A L-- if , p ,ai S554 ' 1 9 'si ,ot 8 V' 'ht if wg V 91 fffdlfff , ' Q. X73 L' ei Read this line-Mr, Fitzgerald tests the eyesight of this stu- dent during the course of .lun- ior physical examination. These physicals are ably conducted by Mr. Fitzgerald with the help of a visiting doctor. T f X X .. - 45 xx 'inf' Two of our Seniors, Dwyers and DiGiacomo, make haste to catch up on their Assembly Notebook. They are seated in the library, which has heard the schoolboy conversations of a generation. What seems to be the difficulty -These words are uttered to many a student who becomes troubled by sore throat, head- aches, etc. Their pains are eased through the efforts of our male nurse, Mr. Fitzgerald, who is both a friend and doc- tor to the boys. DETENTION j dd if :J Father Chet Warren, c new addition to our disci- pline staft, explains to this bewildered gentlema that he is in the proper place-ljugl. Jerry Murphy of Senior Thirteen seems to be in distress as he ponders over a serious problem. l'1 A clean sweep-These loyal members of late iug are always ready and willing to assist our jani- torial staff in cleaning up our school grounds. vs. M 1 Aid-...gy s K f'N ,I+ 4 .. .. .- .M . , K5 ,"l',' has :lljjl . ,little t , l lm f I I I ., ' , ,Ll I vf ,ig Lai' 'xx :wel H 'E f 3, r vi 0 W , x A M- 5 -X H fl . .q s Eiga R I K ,Aft ,E Nzf'jf7J-s..,,f,- I' tv ' Q.-Q x' Y Q. I I K iv C "' . sf? iq X' 5 . v ' ,f s ,A ,Q rw W L' we a- Q, ev,-V '7i!wFf"fiiL'ifts:'llwi37 j - Skis, My ' V' film' I , if ,tis dial' rr 1-,lay xl ' 42 .H Q v will - L, - Q Y will lax Q5 21 lf K4 W xmh ll. A 4 Under the watchful guidance of Mr. De Lillio, these student members of N.C.'s most unpopular extracurricular activity, seem to be engrossed in their studies. Because of the efforts of Father Walsh and his assistants, Father Guerin and Father Warren, our traditional iug session always had a tine attendance. , ,Vg Q ' . ha, 5 r"S 1 ,ttf Sporfs ill' Q Ax 1' X vs 1 E. N3 51-' ix J 4, 'Wx . 5 N- " -4 I W 'af " -w l Q A d F X r Wwffv 1'Q , Xgx -J , E 4 Iii! U It K L. I , N x' ' i 4 ' ,, X "1 V . Q Ax I I X 5- x V X 3 1 , .., it ,X x 5 i 1-I .5 :X 4' ww- WSMW' -l x 4'- ,gif COACH GOLDSCHMIDT This year we welcomed a new coach. Many will remember him as an All-Catholic Guard in '35. He returned to lead his Alma Mater through a rough seasonp good luck in future years, coach. K 3. iff 0:1 Me Gridiron N.C. Opp. 30 ...... Father Judge .... . . 6 0 ,..... Sl. James ........ . . 6 24 ...... St. Thomas More . .. . .. 7 6 ....., Bishop Neumann ... .... 16 28 ...... Roman Catholic .... .... 1 4 20 4..... Monsignor Bonner .... . . 0 6 ...... Cardinal Dougherty .. . .. 6 12 ...... La Salle .......... .... 4 2 13 ...... West Catholic ... .... 27 27 ...... Frankford .... .... l 2 Grim determination is shown on the face ot co-captain Tom Campbell as he leads the Falcon Squad on the field prior to the Roman game. M if Qi it S E 'H ' FH!!! ? 3155 515415-:ag 4gg,zsQ 47? - . 31 Asakaqfb 52 ,550 S46 42? 37, 'E ' If 'wi' -f-4215-x.,.5-v 3-ef' 3 5 -.43 Q-335 -f-338 EP 29 A3554 as 44A aug.. if 39'-2 jQ5f 5:-:gd aiewwwwf Xi 40 '39 Aue- gcf 494 2 1 'f if 'iu"'W 0 PS -ul -11' -fi .SNK . 3,54 ,Vi . my 1 L- y ' A xt . , gi , , y -Dy.. . ' 4 -e ae , 'f t -.-f f c ei' ez . fbi 1 - I K N in Rigas -Av 's , 5 ,'tQl,.eY' L g wr, . ., -F A .3 M, . ,, ,,., . . , ., ., ,,,,.,, .,.,4,,.,,,, ,,:.,, . We .V . ,-.4 ae. -it-'.:,v fr qi. N., Bill Schroeder l29l rounds end for a sub- stantial gain as three St. James players prepare to stop him. Tom Campbell l70l comes over to give some much needed assistance. After a game of defenses St. James, at the final whistle, was a 6-0 victor. Murvin Mitchell shakes off one St. Thomas More player, then sidesteps an- other to score in the opening seconds of the game. Schroeder lon groundl and Neri, look on. This type of play gave the Falcons a decisive 24-7 victory. Falcon end, Jack Rothweiler, manages to hold on to the pigskin, as an unidenti- fied Neumannite brings him down to earth. More catches like this would have helped our cause as the Pirates sank us 'I6-6. An unidentified North player throws a perfect block but to no avail as QB. Bill Schroeder is dumped after a small gain. At the hands of the high spirited Falcons, Roman dropped their third straight game, 27-12. Murvin Mitchell sets his sights on the goal, but three Bonner men have an entirely different idea. Through the great running of Mitchell and Schroeder the Falcons avenged last year's defeat by humbling high rated Bonner, 20-0. Quarter-back Bill Schroeder evades one La Salle tackler on his short iaunt around end. Fran McCatTerty l48l and Phil Mar- rara i55l come over to give some much needed help. The Little Explorers turned the game into a one sided victory in the second quarter, La Salle 42, North 12. Wow! .ea Bill Schroeder, Falcon quarter-back, fades back to pass against West Cathelids rushing line as John Neii gives protection, Expert line play gave the Burrs a hard fought victory over the North gridders, 28-13. Murv Mitchell, fleet ltalfback on the Falcon Eleven, runs into a wall of Crusaders. Defensive play was a rarity on the part of Father Judge as the Red and White rolled to a 30-6 win. These stellar lineman gave the backs many large open- ings in the opponents line. McCaffery, Nicoletti, Mar- rara, Borowski. .xl An aggressive tackle by Jerry Gorman sets up a recov- ered fumble for Tom Campbell. Hard hitting gave North the decisive edge in the Thanksgiving Day contest. North regained the Toland Trophy with an impressive 27-12 victory. Speedy halfback, Murv Mitchell, goes on another long iaunt against the Pioneers. Helping Mitchell on the play are Bill Schroeder and Stan Borowski. Runs like this were instrumental in helping the Falcons win. These hard-hitting tackles of our forward wall, Gal- lagher, Campbell, Kuczborski, helped to pave the way to many an Encee touchdown. ack! 71 04 Coach Goldschmidt explains to the Senior ends the funda- mentals of defensive football. This is but one instance of the loyal devotion of our coaching staff to the betterment of the NC squad. Players are: Rothweiler, Davis, Osinski, Coach Goldschmidt, and Lynch. Real Sports i Coach Bill Goldschmidt and Co-Captains Tom Campbell and Bill Schroeder discuss plans for the coming year. These plans helped the Falcons to a 5-4-1 season. vw. - 1.585 The Managers: These lads, Morris, Connoly, Hammer, Far- ley, and Boyle, have performed many unsung tasks in the true North tradition and were always on hand to aid the squad. We thank you for making Encee's interest your interest. 0 Q THE J.V.'s First Row: Hampton, Leinheiser, McFad- den, Brady, Kahana, Coll. Second Row: Palmaccia, Gallagher, Delaney, McMon- igle, Sterner, Graham. Third Row: Bush, Rydzcwski, Steinmetz, Altimari, Fenton, Yabor. Fourth Row: Scarcella, Bracchi, Razzano, Dambra, Monteleone, Klein. Filth Row: McMonigle, Lower, Caliendo, Baker, Norman, Kosman, Groch. Sixth Row: Mason, Sanders, Saratinas, Mcln- tyre, Hearns, 0'Connors. Seventh Row: Killian lMgr.l, Manes, Olcchna, Hagan, Grisan, Zakrocki, Heirbacher. These boys with their undying spirit Inspired the Falcon Eleven to many victoue Second Row: DeFazio Donahue Allegado Nebel Coyle First Row Stango Klau der, Ricci, Lee. J I A . A 4 x lf AX 1 V , Fd ff f 11 if 2 . I W f Q f H K Y MSX: 3 A,-Rggfggggfsx I w KW X. K ' ! , X I , -i .A wf. ,A H I A , ,fx YN ATL 1 f ' 1 ' if ' ':A 4 Y 3 M 1 g .Jw- ,ff 1 ij ,,f . W , Q ' ij fx' Simi! T ,. YV - i 9 A f 4' " I .iw v. Qc xv' .4 ' 5 , f fgf fyf'-:Ali 'ffffg-fyv ,, Af f -' f NJ' i 4, 55, L, w -. 1 J, F A-2 5 Hf'?T'eiI ,e , 4 1 V - s . I . V- W. . .,.,qw.. 'tiff ' J1..-.' 3 W u,' mr F 5- i . ' ik' ' Q r 'ig QL Y 3 Nfe f ' ' ' if . iiy fn X I ff Ashton-using his head at the right time. Two N.C. bootcrs, Walls and Sharp, collide in an endeavor to score the tie-breaking goal against Cardinal Dougherty. The game ended with a 1-1 deadlock on C.D. home field. SCHEDULE Nodh Opponent 2. 4 .Neumann ....,. 1 3.. 3..Uncdn ,.., .. O 1. 1..DougheHy .. H 1 5.. 2. Roman .. .. 0 4. 2 Judge .. H 0 6. 3 .Bonner .... .. 0 0. 0..Frankford .. .. 1 3.. 0..VVest .U .. . Ghard CoHege Neumann .... Dougheny . Roman .H Judge . Bonner H CNney . VVest . DobMns H 'M eg W! Tlx, ,. -Hx Soley, N.C. outside right, attempts to elude Cardinal Dougherty's Fullback with Formichelli and Ashton moving in to assist him. A successful pass would result in scoring the tieing goal in the first match with Cardinal Dougherty. ' mi Reverend Daniel Mc ernan OS.F.S., Wl1o's winning? lt seems that Frank Formrcelln rs out-running Bishop Neumann's defensemen In an attempt to score a goal. N.C. won by a 3 O mar gin. o cn, 3 -' -itil l.4n. 1' ,WN A Oops, another goal! Bob Sharp, N.C. inside loft, makes an attempt to score a goal. Bob was the Falcons high-scorer for the year. What a save? .lim McDade, the Falcons goaltender, makes another splendid save in the game with C.D. Looking on are fullbacks, Gabor and 0'NeiIl. Hey, who's pushing? Bill O'NciII, N.C. right- fullback, endeavors to stop C.D. center forward from scoring a goal. Joe Gabor is ready to assist. Another save- Jim McDadc makes another dauling save against the Burrs. West was the only team in the Catholic League to mar the record of the Falcons, West won 1-0. I I ,J 'Ml 7 The final instruction Fr. Mclernan, coach of the Falcon Eleven, briefs the boys at the start of the City Championship game. Dobbins won by a 3-2 score. Leaping high-Jim McDadc leaps high to take thc ball from C.D. center-forward. Fullback O'Neill, and half-back, Walls and Davis, stand by. Game ended in a 1-1 tie. Having attained the title of Catholic League Champs last year, N.C. was out to achieve greater heights this year. Under the competent guidance of Fr. McLernan, the Falcons compiled a record of 10-1-1 in league competition, losing only to West Catholic and tieing Cardinal Dough- erty. With the Catholic League Title now in tow the Falcons tried to grasp the City Title once again, after losing to Frankford last year 1-0. In the 2nd annual meeting Dobbins, Public League Champs, encountered the high spirited Red and White on December 6th at 29th and Clearfield. As the wind died down Dobbins was in possession of its first athletic championship of any kind. The Falcons, who are not easily discouraged, will attempt to achieve higher honors next year. Congratulations are in order to the soccer squad for winning its second straight Catholic League Championship. 0 o ,V , -':..7.a,a,f,,e..N?. The old N.C. Spirit Coach Scullin briefs his boys before sending them against the foe. Last minute strategy can often ms-an the difference between success and failure. Before each game the members of the team await the coach's wise counseling. Bv45Kf7Bv4ll With a young and inexperienced Falcon five Coach Ed Scullin set out to gain another play- off berth in the Shaughnessy lay-offs, After defeating St. Joseph in our first league game, the Hoosters next encountered our brother school, Father Judge, only to bow to their mercy. Likewise we lost our third game to C.D., only to bounce back to defeat Roman and keep the play-of? hopes alive. La Salle and Msgr. Bonner both proved to be great obstacles in the Falcons' path as we dropped both decisions to them. The Falcon five showed the true N.C. spirit as we upset St. James of Chester. St. Thomas More, West Catholic and Bishop Neumann also defeated the Falcons to bring our first half record to 3-7. The Falcons of '59-Kneeling: lCo-Captainsl Meehan, Keely. Standing: Reuter, McGurk, Bannon, Mastropietro, Lightcap, Mairone, Poellnitr, Barth, Sharp. Edward P. Scullin Aw . Coach 2 x av-fy . , V. , 1. Q 1 J-as , , 'Q t L 4 L Laila, Q-A t rg S W ' W L a 1' V John Keely F- Co- Mike Meehan - Co- Vince Poellnitz - Joe Mastropriertro- Tony Mairone - For- Charlie Captain, Center. Captain, Forward. Forward. Forward. ward. Center. SCHEDULE N. C. Team 44 . . . Northeast . . . 52... ..CentraI 67 , Lincoln , , . 46 . West Philadelphia 42 Frankford , 1 , , . 42 . . Salesianum ... 68 ,. . St. Joseph ,... ,. 46 . . Father Judge 48 Cardinal Dougherty 52 Roman Catholic . , 37 ,. La Salle . 51 , Bonner , 60 , St. James 1 . 37 .. . St. Thomas 44 West Catholic 52 Bishop Neumann , 66 . St. Joseph 1 , 51 , Father Judge 53 1 Cardinal Dougherty 57 Roman Catholic 55 La Salle . Opp. 57 . 51 . 54 , 48 . 52 . 54 . 52 . 67 . 58 . 47 . 39 . 57 . 49 . 45 . 64 58 . 41 . 67 1 58 58 . 38 Pumping ln Another - .lim Leith shows his keen marks- manship by swishing another basket for cl two-pointer. Al- though this season was not our greatest, nevertheless, our school spirit remained un- daunted. The Shuffle -- Jim Leith shows his ability as a ball controller as he takes the ball from Judge's John Monahan. Ready to render assistance is Bob Sharp, another capable back- court man. V' Lightcap as M, i5 V A '-x r 'Wy "W ,, 11- R G1 fl .rx , . ,F 1 ,df 2 , 'ww-A.,-.-. W h fp it A 9 K 1 M Bob Sharp-Guard George Bannon - Jack Reuler-Guard. Joe Guard. Driving ln --Andy Barth makes il look easy as he drives by his opponent lo score an easy two-poinler. Unforlunafely it didn't help enough as the Crusaders defeated N.C., 67-51. McGurk-Guard. Andy Barth-Guard. Jim Leith,-Guard titans of the court The New Style- John Keely shows the new melhod of playing basketball. Ac- luclly he is baffling for possession of the ball with a Crusader player. num P u -. ff L f Q9 ?----X KA F EY f ,fm LX. ' efvfM"'w "fQ C v.. V ' ' 7? 'fli awww Q Q QL M , 1 ' .M - Q - 1, nn. ' 3:5 ,mg ww E , A + 2 E m :... . - x 1 mi 5, v X lf. y 4 I f c? 2 'lk ,J if J I , 8 , Q, A VK, 5 fl. a 5 1 57 Ulm? vm 5 55 "Ji, Mfg ' 5 ff.:-' Q N fi HS! S. 6 I l z P ia-4 kr -Av ' 'G A LA 3 if ' 1,54 ,i 4 X. S P!cw?i -. 1 g5,1: r - V: , Y BOWllN6 N.C. Opp. 3 . . . . . Roman ,..,. . 4 . . 1 4 .. . . St. Joseph's . .. .. 0 l .. , .. Father Judge .... .. .. 3 4 .. .,.l.aSalle ,... ..4,...4 . 0 3 . . , . . Cardinal Dougherty . ,. ,. . 1 3 .. ... St. Joseph's ,...,.. . .,. 1 4 . A . . . Roman ,.......... . . .. 0 4 .. ...La Salle ....,....,. . 0 4 .. . .. Cardinal Dougherty ,.,. ... 0 2 ..... ... Father Judge ,...... .... 2 32 Won Lost 8 CATHOLIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP Monsignor Bonner ..... ....,...... 2 408 Total Pins North Catholic ,.,..,...,..,..... 2372 Total Pins Reverend George Godley, O.S.F.S Coach R. Our Captain! Bob Tucker always a steady performer with o high average. This Year's Ace! Vince Craven displays Q the form that led North Catholic to the Northern Division Title and quite a few 200 games. CR055' COUNTRY t" .T M- - '42 C' . - --. . --nr. A tireless worker always, John MacOwcns displays his form to the opposition in the Catholic League Championship in which our harriers placed 9th. Despite many injuries and handicaps, the Encee spirit was always present and the team was never discouraged. 1959 Cross Country Team First Row: Mr. Konczakowski, Eberine, Hines, P. Heavy, Truiecauski, Cook, Kosman, Lin, Fr. Chet Warren. Second Row: Snyder, Fries, Newell, Corrigan, Toner, McNamara, Hoover, J. Heavey, Beck, Mgr. Third Row: Slavin, Schulffer, Neuman, Quaile, Kaniewski, Dougherty, English, Timmons, Rahill. Fourth Row: Granger, Flannery, Hartnett, Egan, Petit, Fullerton, Straight. Fifth Row: Regan, Stehr, Crummity, Kealcy, Quinn, Angstadt, Connors, Smith, Ferrie. gf!! fr 45 is-1 Q.. CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE N.C. ...... 56 St. Thomas More ......., 24 Cardinal Dougherty ........ 36 N.C. ,..... 51 Bishop Neumann .... .. 24 Father Judge ........ 45 N.C.. .. .. 39 Monsignor Bonner ... .. 16 N.C.. .. .. 39 West Catholic ..... .. 16 N.C., .. .. 54 Roman ....... .. .. 45 LaSalle 21 N.C.. ., . . 16 St. Joseph's ...... . . . 39 N.C. ...... 28 St. James ,.......... .. 27 Catholic War Veterans . . . 8th place . . . 16 teams. Catholic League Championships . . . 9th place . . . 11 teams. Inquirer Invitation . . . 7th place . . . 15 teams. These seniors, well-trained because of many an afternoon spent training on the course, were the basis of the superior Cross Country team. They are: Jim Quinn, Gerald Pettit, Frank Crummity, Fred Smith, Ron Angstadt, Bob Connor. Top Row: Jim Flannery, John Ferrie, Jim Egan, Mike Hart- nett, Bill Kealey. K ' Reverend Chet Warren, 0.S.F,S. Under the guidance of Fr. Warren, the X-Country team showed spirit, desire and promise. Exhibiting the form attained through excellent coaching are J. Flannery and Frank Crummity. Had not these two, along with other varsity legmen, been iniured, the harriers would have been Championship contenders. 'W W SWSUSRM bw W id gm, .,.4,,.,.,. , ' 1- . .--r .-3 Up, Up, and Away! Mike Keely displays fine high flying form as he glides over the bar in the high iump, tield event. This senior and his tall brother, John, carried a heavy scoring burden throughout the entire season. H , , ,gnudlnruuui ,Af 'Y f'T" ' llllilll . ,,.,1x, TRACK I 1. is '. 1 t ' 4 4 W s 31'l"f , ,K ' xx Y l Q -I Sky Hi! Ron Levocz soars high over the bar to score some well appreciated points. Ron, now in his final Track season at N.C., is an old pro at Pole Vaulting. Warming Up! These fine distance men, Kealey, Quaile, Newell and Pettit, played an important part in making our Track Team one of the best. 1 .f,,::fgm' ,L K Q-'35 M ,ff.i,.-iq f ' iff r-3 f J, ,ff Q 1 M, " 5 H gm- ' ff 1 V A w g ?qL 1 2 , - l, N ' A ' A C ' aff-ff . ' " Q41 ff ikfx ' - 'N ' gf gf fr 1 -'vig' 2 A, if " 1 ' W - Q Vs 1 ' gg y-LL .1 M . 'Q i 5: 1 3 1 ' 'A 'Q 14 ' 'Gr 5 ' L f '1 f ia: V, 3 261: , , ' , an ref , " if - 5 3 QQ 1 ,, QW 1 A , J.. lf, ,. ,K 4 ff A , 3.5 N '35 3, . 4. at . ' 3 ds. ,Q l wel M v4 f ' f. ' , , 4 .. , , 1- ' if 1 " ,f ,. v' . . ' , M A Q 4 , ., x , - f .J V ,E A, uf ,' ,K 5 6 5 S 5 gf . Q f A G f , gt K Q-a't f f ff, f'Qi"'v,'?t sz' ,fi 'f 3 Q 1 1 if ' t if am vt F fig i fn v . if Qi. lx F 2 q n Gb? 4' gkgfgs ' if, gc W1 6 , f 5- 5- ' WL .K 11 f M an fi' if Q .gi J ii .9 G fin 1' 4 EW ij I fig' 5? iii. Q fm, f 1 K if ,316 Q 1' Q ua ,af P s Q Q! as cz. T ' ' 'ig 5. Q 3 , K Q' w. H f A 1 x 1 . Y I S V , ' r A . e , f 1 W1 ' ' A 'K . A A- . , . ., 'W 5? :S ,K mil, " ff 6. , t . ,v. r., 1. 4,5 ,sh- fi, 1 4, f XL! fr if ,fkf f kai Qfg' A vw E 12 Wk W. A 4, , 5 . , 1- 5' f 4 fig, Bv4.Y5Bv4ll ,nv 'WZ' , an Reverend Thomas Rush, 0.S.F.S. fo. ' . Coach Nile-A ,fb- Me e falcon Anthony Spagnolio displays a healihy batting stroke, the ' key lo a fine season. The basis of a promising piiching slai-Groch, Campbell, Lighlcap, 0'Donnell, Symendara pn' L' E ! An End Sweep-Tony Marasa of Senior Six crosses between his blockers in order to elude a player from Junior Eleven. Getting the Rebound-Members of Sen- ior Three make a bid for the ball. Un- fortunately, neither accomplished their goal as the ball fell to the ground for an incomplete pass. Senior Three won the game. Tw limb..- 'T 'w:lf"W 5 ' 3' ' tail "T"-r B! mmm mmm mmm -4'm ., c I noe 'mr ,F if X hlmltgww Munn., . , ,45"N Mr. Philip looby Director ot Intramural Athletics SE W S is My Q., fi? w li 1 5 1 J s U x . A Y . K Xe 'x . H 'x X X M r' l L . , ! .f ffl? L 5 h"'5-.. 'M leaping High-A familiar scene at any lunch period at N.C. Players frantically iump in order to intercept a pass intended for Vince Vorraso of Senior Three. The game was a real Falcon thriller. Going for Touchdown-Joe Walls of .lunior Five out-maneuvers a Senior player in his endeavor to score a touchdown. Joe displays his talents not only as an excellent soccer player but also as an expert foot- ball athlete. 5 ll if ' s Q, if ' , can - . V lag' 1 4 . ' Y 0 ,ii S. .. The .T ' 64: ef any , 1,2 l ' A f .. . f . A foil I rg T3?5'f5l7':f1 f 'xi . ,er , 1- ' 4 , 4 .5341 'i 5 ' fl" s A. ' W ' i 1 Q . has-if gy Z A ,4 M. , ,ei . 1, Brian Smith of Senior Three catches the game-winning pass for a touchdown. 'Ng u e-..., Q- xii I C D61 Jgsfif " s 3-has Nh: we ,fai- w ?"?L vi 5 LM A fm, .. - fw...Q . me wduwbgffff i4C'fl'Vl?lP.S' and Pea fares sy- f i 3 ak If ' A 4 0 . . .1- ., :wi ' aff, A af.. '.4w1g. KW., V ,e A ..,!,,., Q ,... 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Ninth Row: Coffey, Coyle, Power, Rawles, Pc-rkowski Eighth Row: Zintner, Zolkiewicz, Jurowice, Trzuskowski, Clark Seventh Row: Pietrangelo, Buziak, Nardone, Arnodie, Orndrf Sixth Row: Malinowski, McGovern, Greipp, Zinn, Makowski Fifth Row: Russo, Grover, Cinalli, Gunning, Boianowski Fourth Row: Clark, Dannon, Zinn, Gunning, Coll. Third Row Furlong, Gonella, Brady, Maketa, Carmen. Serond Row Surosky, Ottinger, Cirelly, McManemin, Kohler. First Row Dorwart, Cerankowski, Fitzgerald, Sokari, Stein. Director Ross Wyre. . 7 X I 1 - 4 - I 2 I '.IR O 411 During half time the band, under the baton of Mr. Ross Wyre, has provided us with many enioyable moments. At Right, top Io bottom: James Boney Beniamin Zolkiewicz Christopher Clark John Coffey ,,. n X --A V F ,x ' X g .Wynn-K . ,kg L . I 5 I ,V 4 1, 1 5 V , i rr , I jx, A f - V a . I 1 1 Irs, f fd 4..:v .sl-.1 -ff of . Q as -f 'L+ ' f f iff V t ' vi , X b ,a inn, js: , if X AH.: EM F 'vm .. .3 3,-f L-C Qbf-.f 71, ,,,1-Q-r' VN? , J 1 .13 ' . 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' ' in -Jfbl ,X ,-3' .uv ' iw. iz, .44""f' 1- " Af-il "' I ,i , , -nc ., isjnfiffff f .4 .4 my f f , 7 ,, ,' it 1 2 ' Q .. , .., ,-W ,A-'51 , , Lf, . ,Lisp Q- M H- ,r f e 2 ' ' 1- v Under the direction of Mr. Loscalzo the drilling and marching of the band has approarhed near perfection. The band leaves the field after one of their interesting ond exciting half-time shows. X dei.-.sk 42:1-:gg GE:-:QQ 'hw-:Qc 9 . -x 5 c. . .37 ...P ,I The "Brains" confer to outline the procedure for our next edition. Kelly, Father Dennis, Gimpel, Kilty, Murzyn, and Gryszka-these were our editors, the people who made the "Good News" what it is today. 6000 NEWS' L. ,... ......,J X l Q7 ' 9 Mow, 1 l l. Typists, writers, and illustrators converge to produce that unique continuity which typifies our school publication. Many long and tedious hours were spent in this manner, yet seeing our own work in print iustified this sacrifice. Our literary stafffthe unsung heroes of the "Good News" worked untiringly to produce those bits of humor, drama, and opinion which we so enioyed during the course of the year. ilk 2 3' ' an Q 1 .3 Q with 'A' 15 ffl . ' W 1 Y u , ' , T, A .: HL- ' p 4' x ' P .Q .nf 1 fi:-3 A ii 4 Ek T Qnwlffsf I I i skii- X 95 X lk 15 i THE l"v4lL'0N Typist Tom Hoffer of Senior Thirteen and writers Paul Leddy of Senior Six and John Kazmierczak of Senior Sevenf proof-read the copy which comprised the "make-up" for this year's Falcon. Reverend Fernon Brennan, O.S.F.S Stat? Advisor John Coffey of Senior Two and Ken Resinski of Senior One peruse the "dummy" seeking inspiration as they prepare to write captions. nf 55... ,,.'X IK, 'lm'-.f Q I ai Y Q 5 X X Q 2 Q . 1 I - Hu 'SSH Q X. g A E ' ' '--4' U' 1 X 0 . x' m f 4, X 1- Q .K A. X X- , E V, Q wh kk f 15. K ., ,A N U .l Q NN f 1 W Q Pwr-.-N -gg 5 'M f V ' X K 3 ls vlgvfrvc Th? z X . ' ' NX XXX X x XX I - .ni 'f"x,.1 xg g,.H, in uf, Among the songs of the evening we were entertained by Jim Carmen's har- monious interpretation of "Gigi." Standing crowds were more than satis- fied with Charlie Bonus and his playing and singing. FORfl6'lV Hl7l6'0E t Jgj 1 ,V 'Liz I ,lf Y , J .D f n 7 -., l Il!! ff l , uf' V 1' Qfl' 'lp Jr -QQ 'fu JJ MXN, , ,jf ill! J H 1 flJ I Jfflll fr f ffl! As the second act of the show opened we were entertained by the "Clown Dance." "Be a Clown" was the title song played by the band as Miss Canavan's students showed their art of learning. 0PERf77v4 The preliminary planning is over, Chorus and Orchestra parts arrive from New York. Harry Furlong and Ken Resinski help unpack. Now the work can begin. if ' la The Bulletin Board is a patchwork of Rosters-Band, Fal- conians ltill the Card Partyl, Orchestra, Chorus, Dancers, and Principals. Dodd, Di Napoli, Shaw, and Kohler check their schedules. -2'-u I lx I Y J Q, . , K Q V X . l, I, l20 5. First Chorus Rehearsal: Bill Stanowski distributes parts to Dodd, Punchello, Ranaldi, Mattern, Grace, D. Mattern, Kohler, Rowles, Boyle, Morano, McCartney, Di Napoli, Kg Ranaldi, and Kelso. An operetta is iust not a two-hour stage performance with a fifteen minute intermission. It is a four month proiect which means work on the part of all concerned. The boys and girls chosen for the orchestra do not iust pick up an instrument and play-their offering is the culmination of several years of learning. The Principals usually served their apprenticeship in the chorus-the Dancers, Singers, and Stage Crew work for weeks to bring some modicum of perfection to their contribution. In these pictures, we attempt to show what happens from January to April-how the production is put to- gether-before it is confined to the box in the audi- torium. Extra parts for Act ll are sorted by Fitzpatrick, Brown, McDevitt and Mattern. -.1 " 34 The firsi coslume arrives: an evening cloak, no less. Rich Cichowski, Jim Boney and Fran Lee. ll l L l i Q Clark, Rowles and Smart check make-up kits. The Dancers working out: Hampshire, Cressman, Jurkiewicz Osinski, Huff, Cawley. Second Line: Zegclrski, Opalack, Volz Ranaldi, Lehner. Barbara Collins, Janet Edinger and Leona Kavcak appraise a sample of cosiume material. 4' Chris Clark tunes iympani, while George Surosky checks muies and traps. U v- Jack Coffey and George Sokorai get Violas for Mary Roden- A woodwind player needs a good reed. Al Jurowicz, Mary berger, Elizabeth Wortman, Eileen O'ConneIl, Kathleen Crawford, Sandra Tokarski and Tony Buziak. Kavanagh. FINAIL' DEERE f they TAS Prise V Med by 'L is r 'H " l ' i - . 3 Leliwlrrg .1 R is . - 1 it E Q2 - ue 0 A Sf, N ,, , m:rrgnr 19 L, ,,,, A SV nn vmugg Q, MIME? nu- uw: Mm, ,W , V MA: A 142 5 2 -5 his srunrur dniiniig an 1 :iussou r K ,M , H r urn -uri 345 G A S , mem . av was 32? 3 -it' H R , W nnnrnm - vw ws: -1 L 948 S 4 R N mi S ours neil 949 S ' R ll YNY NI' NCDN 950 s ' u mass nr 1 y must -unit 95' if li -4: swarm was gig 2 wx F12 wr .mc ' nv :ummm '954 5 VW' R ' rar fourums fmil 1955 V vi' H me nzsnv suns -955 sqm n 1 surswunrs ,551 v N g vncuacnc MMG tense H 'vt' ' mr. ,miirmyr S ...sus With the ghosts of the past in the background, Jack Smart and Tom Hanna peruse the score. The Merry Widow is number twenty-four on the list of North Catholic operettas. Before any of us were born, boys and girls experienced the same wonderful feeling of working in a group to present an entertainment for teachers, parents and friends. We were not the first to wait for an opening curtain, feel frightened when it came and become overwhelm- ingly lonely on that last night, as we went home-no longer in costume and make-up-no longer surrounded by music and make-believe-but alone. We will not be the last. Bob Clancy and Joe Walker put finishing touches on the sign which will hang in the lobby announcing our production. C3 V71 Sl? H11 I IL" will - ' . 2 T a W 3 A of an W , Ki , Q. , v t 4 mLyi 5 ,L . U W V 1 HimWlEi4Gllf12!Qi:IL!flf W Q ' ' Q Y ' 5: ,L Q it I: r K I at V. ,h ' jr XF' 1 Y I W l I V 3 V MH... . .-. F' X A fx 'f A , . T4 '4Ei W QU K 'H A . Q ' K . V? ' : R 4 I , 3,gg2 Q ' , W' z , 1 1 7 X A li Au my W an ygpw ' 'R 'K nz vrf if 2 A,v 6 4 W -, A , t ' 1 Q W pw? zcvx V , , Nga, , N QSC W gm . M V N it ' ,mv at '- V V 5 1. D I 5 X . ' :K R9 ' 'V 1' 4 W 5 A 1 3 F1 . ' 'E 3' -fa 'ff 2 . ' as 7. :I H if X,-r,A,. - - 1 v if 'Q ' 5 51.2 QS as V f W V 91' f - 1 W VU' W RL M N Y - Q Q' xg, W 1 ' fu HS Wklvffax 7 gjw yn , 'Q I . uw un l li C a ' : . f X I .U ,M 4.149 M M0 f?QlWmm M nmqq ' ' ' L f f - - -- 'F-ws- 0- 1 Q1 Q A- , , Q . ' "'M"'V 4 ' A Ny... -.... --an an -2122- l. '.,..-W-.A,,.,,,, ,x X .. - , e I A , , be - vo . 1 'U in Y... ' Q K X we W . Brother Arthur Kerns, O.S.F.S. Stage Director 571465 :C ,- 4- sf . . W ,. Q- Sf x ki' L ' n Stage Crew: First Row: Hoblle, Farrant, Tighe, Collins. Second Row: Walker KRE W .S'i46'Rl5734N5' The Sacristans-After daily Mass there are innumerable jobs to be done. The Sacristans, supervised by Brother James, perform many of them. O'Connor, Martyn, Gavin, Hanna and Wortman are among the members who are called upon to do the many chores to keep the Chapel spotless. Clancy, Richardson, Steward. Brother James McCabe, 0.S.F.S. . 1-Y if Debating Society: Walicki, McStrav ick, Dittmar, Brown, Vicario, Pros peri, Kelso, Mr. Forkin, Flanagan, Connolly, Hamilton, Clark, Gro chowski. The Debating Society under the tutelage of Mr. Forkin, seeks to incorporate into its members the principles of CONFIDENCE, CREATIVENESS, LOGICITY, AND SELF EXPRESSION. CONFIDENCE-that a man might have courage to express his opinion in a decisive manner yet free from dogmatic brusqueness. CREATIVENESSethat a man might entertain new ideas, subiectirig them to the burning flame of Truth, discarding what is false and retaining what is true. This quality is the anithesis of bigotry, preiudice and small-mindedness. LOGICITY-that these ideas might in themselves be logical, being proposed and processed in a man- ner conducive to the erection and establishment of right order. SELF-EXPRESSION-that into each of these former components might be poured the unique person- ality of the speaker, molding the ideas and, in turn, being molded into manhood by them. These principles, all an inherent part of Salesian Doctrine, form the nucleus of Encee's Debating Society. Kneeling: F. Smith, Nelis, B. Smith, Kilty, Gavin, Brinkos, English, Cann. Standing: Hanna, Resinski, Dardis, Dough- erty. Mr. Tom Forkin-Moderator and Lou Pitter-President. All elllii lIlQill?.ll51!l , v , ' i , s . Q . A c ' ' i o DFBATIN6' Ml.S'5l0N fl IIB The Mission Club under the direction of Mr. Konczakowski was organized for the purpose of helping the Oblate Missions in Africa. Early in the year a drive was organized for Rosary beads. With the help of the student body, who gave old and broken rosaries, we were able to send one thous- and rosaries and over one hundred pounds of religious articles to the Missions. Other activities of the club included collecting stamps and a clothing drive. The Mission Club was a success because of the energetic work of its members who organized the drives and packed the articles for shipment to the Missions. Russo, Puchello, Coffey, Wixted, Mr. Konczakowski, Mc- Govern, Sosdorf, Petascio, Hartnett. Kneeling: Egan, Payne. ilj 1 I 1' x 'Q a ga Q gp 44, ' A Q 'F Mr 5 'Y gr- 'Q -S V. .N " J Q E sg ? V4V 9 -'Tm ' '5Afii,',g.,e: - H X1 ,yrwffffzi wb? ff F53 9-4 - ,cv ff 17, ,., I.,A I 1. Q PRUM .x , J X F ,, 'jx Ti Y ii' One of the biggest moments in our school life finally arrived after much anticipo- T tion. The ballroom was filled with notes of beautiful music authored by George ' . 'lang ' Sommer as we danced in dreamlond. An v :xii 7' 'Q event such as this will live long in our memories. Father Walsh and "The Chaperones' cheerfully welcome the members of the "Class of '59" in the vig The Class of '59's prom was one of the best and one which will remain in our minds for years to come. The "4 Chefs" was the place, George Sommer the music maker and Father Brennan the man behind the scenes. Never was there a dull moment as the pros- pective graduates forgot all about schoolwork and enioyed a very eventful and exciting evening. Thank you, Father Brennan and the rest of the faculty for making this a Night to Remember. lobby of the Four Chefs as Juric, Levolz, Punchello and dates express happiness and anxiety for the long awaited night. Anthony Newman, Chris Clark and their dates ar- rive in style. Gabe Gryszka takes time out from dancing to be- come acquainted with the bandleader. fi class leaders John Rothweiler As President of our class Jack has contributed untlnngly to foster the traditions and sustain the high standards which have so typified a North Catholic gentleman His amicable nature has endeared him to both students and teachers alike Jack was ever present when there was a lob to be done or when one of his classmates was in need of assistance Jack s name has frequently appeared on the honor rolls at Encee lndustrlous studlous helpful thats Jack Rothweller Robert Tncosk: The second member of this dynamic duo has during his years of attendance at North al ways hovered near the top of the academic lust Bob combines success in studies with proficiency in extra curricular activities and ranks as a hard working mem ber of the Traffic Squad He brought distinction to himself and the Falcon Banner by emerging as a Na tional Merit Semi finalist You have been unselfish with your unparalleled knowledge and we are sure with God s help you will continue on the road to success John Byrne Jack as Vice President of the Senior Class has worked diligently to promote the better in terests of our Class of 1959 As a member of the foot ball squad his leadership held the team together in the difficult moments Jack was a credit to the Traffic Squad and gave only the best example to the under- classmen. His sense of humor demonstrated by his constant friendly attitude were his outstanding attri- butes. Jack has always kept his studies above par We know that God s grace shall follow you all the days of your life. Richard TarziaskifDick has assumed by dint of hard work the position of Mister Number One of 1959. He has by his studious and pleasant nature endeared himself to the faculty and his fellow classmates. lt is rare that you encounter an individual of this type. Besides his pursuit of studies Dick is a member of the Traffic Squad and an enthusiastic participant in the Chemistry Club. We offer you our congratulations and feel sure North Catholic will be most proud of you in the future. William Kennedy Bill is a true North Catholic man in every respect even though he is handicapped by blindness A consistent honor roller he has the dis tmct honor of winning a scholarship through the Na tional Merit Competitive examination His fidelity to North is unparalleled in our Senior class for he strives constantly in all his contacts to further our good name and preserve our traditions God bless you Bill and best of luck in the future 41 -c' academic leaders T" ' tw A Q19 sa? 4.1: ne:- ,. ,N ff Harry Rrllmg Harry IS a man of few words but hls actions speak greatly for hlm As Su permtendent of the Traffic Squad he has done a ternfic Fr Walsh s right hand man h has constantly strlven to better the Falcon symbol Harry IS a true gentleman and we know his future endeavors can only bnng hum success Cornelrus Krlty Few men possess the dynamic personal lty of Nell Kllty who IS one of the standards of the Class of 59 He has contributed count co editor of the Good News Not one to restrict has actlvltles Nell was an Integral member of the Music Department dunng hrs Junior year and this year has had has finger In nearly every ple 6 John Murzyn Jack has been the quiet force behind our school paper the Good News during the Senior year e perfect example of a true Fal frlendly attitude toward hls classmates and dlllgent pursuit of hrs studies has won the ad mlratlon of both the faculty and the student body 1 X ,nf . av Q? I . . , - . . . t - . . I . , I , . . - th I ' ' ' and noteworthy iob, while as less extra-curricular hours as con in all his activities. John's 0 , . - I e - . - . . . . . , men of fire year 6' ,--X QNX -. I5 'C' QM 53 rm , N Q' Thomas Hanna Tom has been most actuve nn Dramatrcs throughout his hugh school ca reer He has glven Mr Davld Loscalzo the utmost co opera n at all tlmes and IS e reason for the Increase of qual :ty rn our dramatac productlons Besides hrs work nn the Muslc Department Tom has been a loyal member of the Mlssnon Club and the Sacrlstans 'T S H Thomas Hoffer No yearbook staff could ever function with out the services of a typrst We have been most fortunate to have Tom do thus chore for us Rough copnes final coples were turned out with amazmg accuracy by th IS congenlal member of our staff Tom your contnbutnon to the 59 Falcon will long be remembered by those wlth whom you worked aww" y Francrs Rosella Our Staff Photographer An invaluable member of the Falcon staff ly of his time and effort In not only taking many of the pho tographs In this Annual but also In developmg and prmtlng them We will mlss you Frank wuth your wlnmng smlle and wulllngness to serve whenever you were needed re F l ' f , ' , '- l Frank has contributed unselflsh: no . . th- . - . . - Ph. urs QQ YNY 'Wit Lex r' Winter Dance at the Broadwood Hotel, January 30th. The committee, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Devinney, President Fitzgerald and fiancee, Mary Potts, Woody Herman, Father Brennan, Alumni Moderator, and Mr, and Mrs. Al McCole. The Northeast Catholic Alumni Association, the most active high school alumni in the area welcomes the class of 1959 to its midst. Organ- ized in 1929 the Board of Governors consists of two members from each class who meet once a month to plan Alumni activities' fAnnual Communion Breakfast, Christmas Party, Winter, Spring, Hallowe'en and St. Patrick's Day dances, Malvern Retreat and the publication of the Alumni paper, "The Falconer." We sincerely hope that our class will remain the most active group in the Association and we salute the members of the Board of Governors for their loyalty to North Catholic and the Oblates throughout the years. I o 0, Annual Halloween Party held at the Phila. Rifle Club was a tremendous suc- I ' cess. James Fitzgerald, Alumni president, ' l is making the selection of prize winners. Clete McBride, orchestra leader, looks on. .-5 tv Communion Dinner at the Four Chefs, November 23rd. Joe Glennon, toast- master, Father Brennan presenting Alumni check to Oblate Superior General, Most Rev. D. Balducelli, Father Tocik and John lJockol Collins, Phillies Scout. 1' Q .NN 27? K. i.. I N y I ' r Q Chrisrmas Par1y-- The event of the year. Santa lJim Sholly '32l gives each child a roy as 'hey enter and later on, when ice cream and pretzels are served in ihe cafeteria, the children receive Christmas candy. AZUMNI ifvfffff I ..-Lf l ' X Lx K if 'Q Eg -A Es w,,f'S-.xt can improve his grades next semester. 2 3852.3 As Jack Rent: looks on, Father Tye discusses with Jack's par- ents the means by which Jack if x 3,-w,,gQ,ffv Ek 'WL . ' v A W 1 . 5 .e E K C QW! gggr The co-operation between parents and teachers is best exemplified at the Parent-Teachers meetings. This association brings together the students and their parents with the school faculty. During his brief talk our Rector, Father Tocik, expressed the deep interest the Oblates hold for the students, explain ing why the rules and regulations of the school are enforced. At this meeting, many of the problems of the students can be worked out with the parents and their teachers. The response of our parents in attending this meeting expresses the co-operation and interest with the faculty for our welfare. These meetings throughout the years have been a tremendous success. As other parents and students observe, Father Furphy explains the reason behind this boy's mark and gives methods for boosting it. ff' As the last and most important assembly of the Class o 9 commences, the Valedictorian gives his farewell address to an attentive audience, This day will be long remembered. 4 The long awaited day has finally ar- rived. During the reception of Holy Communion at our Baccalaureate Mass all thoughts of previous years pass through our minds. We are deeply grate- ful to the Oblates for their valuable assistance in these years of adolescence. As we are assembled, perhaps for the last time, we recall the previous four yearsfthe good timesw-the troubled times 1. sthe times when we needed spiritual guidance. Many memories flash through our mind on this our final day as Encee students. 1 if GRADUATION After four years of waiting, the eventful day of June fifth has finally arrived. While waiting as the honors are being received by our fellow classmates, we remember the all-to-short years at North. Where did those years go? They went into industrious hours of Oblate teaching ability, attempting to mold shy freshmen into Christian men. What does the future hold? Where will we go? Most of us will go into the business world, some into the service of our country. Perhaps a lucky few will be called into the priesthood. Wherever they go they will always remember our motto, "Tenui Nec Dimittam." i 'WX 4 . ov' 1"- John Rothweiler, President-Jack is truly the leader of the school in every sense of the word and is admired by the stu- dent body for his seriousness of purpose. His devotion to the football team as well as other school activities makes John the best among the best. F' Football and Track, he was always ready Gerald Gorman, Secretary-One of the most popular and well rounded men in the Senior class. Jerry has contributed unseltishly to the Student Government. Despite his demanding activities, such as .5 -'.f -- A Sv X 4- K.. 'tw s oq- I f if a ' rs if -figs. Vice-President, John Byrnei0ur good humored and well liked Vice-President, Jack has proven that he merits the posi- tion of high honor to which he was elected. "N Y to intercede for us. 1- Q 5' James Duffy, Treasurer-Jim, the quiet member of the Class Ofticers, has con- tributed on the football field and in the class administration to the betterment of North Catholic. We express our sincere thanks for your many acts of generosity. f Q 5 I Qax QUE :F .VF ! fi -5' 3 iw 'MIK' WNW 15 QW MX W X ,...,.,.., 2. 3 XE! 'QQ' ia .L 1959 sembr class JOSEPH VITO ARABIA, 1225 Adams Ave., Moler Doloroso. JOSEPH MICHAEL ARNOLDY, 1827 E. Wil- lard SI., Ascension of Our Lord. JOHN WILLIAM ARTHUR, 3450 Water SI., SI. Hugh's. JOHN RAYMOND ASHENFELDER, 3139 N. 7th SI., SI. BonavenIure's. RICHARD MICHAEL ASHMAN, 3142 N. Carlisle SI., SI. SIephen's. JAMES RICHARD ASHTON, 2850 N. 3rd SI., SI. Edward Ihe Confessor. JOHN JOSEPH AUFIERO, 4446 Elilubeih SI., SI. Joachim's. DANIEL ANDREW BAIR, 238 W. MI. Pleasant Ave., Holy Cross. JOSEPH MICHAEL BALENT, 507 Robbins Ave., SI. William's. FRANCIS JOSEPH BANASHEK, 3267 Mercer SI., SI. AdalberI's. JAMES KENNETH BANNON, 145 E. Wil- lard SI., SI. Hugh's. MICHAEL JOHN BANNON, 2356 E. Hunt- ingdon SI., SI. Anne's. EDWARD GEORGE BARCZEWSKI, 127 W. WisharI SI., SI. Hugh's. THOMAS JOSEPH BARRETT, 438 W. Indiana Ave., SI. Veronica's. BRUCE ERNEST BARSTOW, 448 W. Bring- Iwrst SI., SI. Francis of Assisi. JOHN ANDREW BARTLE, 604 E. Wens- Iey SI., Ascension of Our Lord. EDWARD RICHARD ALEGADO, 1847 E. WesImoreland SI., Ascension of Our Lord. JOHN JOSEPH ALFONSO, 2839 Salmon SI., Molher of Divine Grace. FRANCIS ANTHONY AMICHETTI, 3357 "H" SI., Ascension of Our Lord. BENJAMIN JOSEPH ANDERSON, 53 Good SI., SI. Madeleine Sophie. RONALD EDWARD ANGSTADT, 3922 Ben- ningIon SI., Holy InnocenIs. HENRY JOSEPH ANTCZAK, 2617 Belgrade SI., SI. Anne's. ANTHONY JOSEPH ANTONELLY, 3015 Salmon SI., NaIiviIy B.V.M. SALVATORE VINCENT ANTONUCCI, 3309 N. Fairhill SI., SI. Veronica's. JAMES MICHAEL BECKER, 113 E. Couri- Iand St., Sl. Ambrose. EDWARD JOSEPH BEDNARCZYK, 3263 Tilton Sf., Sl. Adalberfs. WILLIAM EDWIN BELLIS, 2704 Silver Sl., Corpus Chrisli. JOHN LEO BENDIG, 332 E. Tulpehocken Sl., Our Lady of the Rosary. JOSEPH EDWARD BENVENUTO, 506 W. Mr. Pleasant Ave., Sl. Madeleine Sophie. STANLEY JOSEPH BERKAUZER, 1932 Berk- shire Sl., Maier Dolorosa. WILLIAM THOMAS BERRY, 4261 Fuirhill St., Sl. Henry's. ROBERT FRANCIS BETHELL, 3900 Lawndale Sl., Holy Innocenfs. EDWARD JOSEPH BISCH, 2457 Memphis Sf., Sl. Anne's. ROBERT FRANCIS BLASH, 3108 Agale Sl., Nalivily B.V.M. WILLIAM PETER BOFFA, 2510 Clearfield Sl., Nalivily B.V.M. THEODORE EDWARD BOHARSIK, 2955 Janney Sl., Our Lady Help of Christians. JAMES JOSEPH HONEY, 3059 N. Still- man Sl., Corpus Chrisli. JOSEPH JOHN BORCICH, 2559 E. Lehigh Ave., Sl. Anne's. STANLEY JOHN BOROWSKI, 3278 Gaul Sl., Sf. Adalberl's. FRANCIS EDWARD BOSTWICK, 3730 Earl- hcm Sl., Sl. Bridgefs. JOHN JOSEPH BOYLE 2439 N Reese St St Edward the Confessor EDWARD CHARLES BRADLEY 2443 N Lawrence St St Edward the Confessor ROBERT JOSEPH BRATEK 3247 Cedar SI St Adalberts RICHARD GEORGE BRAUN 1927 Berkshire St St Joachrms JOHN GEORGE BREHM 3042 Rosehlll St St Hughs EDWARD JOSEPH BRENNAN 2913 N 27th St Corpus Christa JOSEPH CORNELIOUS BRESLIN 4027 Four hall St St Veromcas JOSEPH ROBERT BRETZ 3904 Dungan St Holy Innocents Q 'r 'E' E' 'W 47552: TN '1 .42 pg Q r " of , X I' 5 5 if I I -ff E I mt J ,M 3 n IZ is , It I I tiiiif fl'- x I 'I ll wi 2 rv ' :ii Ex es? 'M fs, i" 'WN ef L GEORGE ALOYSIUS BROLL 1926 E Wens Iey St St Joan of Arc JAMES EDWARD BROOKS 161 Seymour St St Franns of Assrs: ANDREW JOSEPH BROWN 2642 Tulnp St Anne ROBERT JOSEPH BROWN 3503 N Front St St Hughs WILLIAM DUNCAN BROWN 1 Lawrence St St Edward the Confes sor MICHAEL JOSEPH BUCHHEIT 3033 N 8th St St Bonaventure: JOHN ALGIRDAS BUKIS 4027 N 6th St Henrys JOHN THOMAS BURGMANN 241 W Wensley St St Hughs JOSEPH THOMAS BURNS 2102 E Tuoga St St Joan of rc JOHN LOUIS BUSA 3855 N Reese St Our Lady of Pompeu ANTHONY CHRISTOPHER BUZIAK, 1812 Jumata St, St Ladrslaus JOHN JOSEPH BYRNE, 3115 N Patton St , Corpus Christ: ROBERT JOHN CALHOUN, 3612 Almond St, St George's JOSEPH THOMAS CALLAHAN, 3966 N Elser St, St Stephen's JAMES JOSEPH CALNON, 2953 Muller St, Nativity B VM JOHN THOMAS CAMPBELL, 403 W Dur ham St, St Madeleme Sophre K . ,I . , K EEZ if I "3 Us I - -1 ., Q ' I ,I X ' + -- mi It f- N ' ' ' . :iv . , ' 3 ' A I 1 ' 4 I U , 37,4 ,.- A A . V 1 ,. 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' ' ' 'V ,L V-, - A .. x an ' x . ,193 1 . , A . , We M .L Sz, R. xr, .aglr 'B' . ,, ,rs , l ibu- DANIEL JOSEPH CARROLL 32'l8 Hurley Sl Ascensron of Our Lord RICHARD JOSEPH S SI Annes WILLIAM DAVID Lawrence SI SI EUGENE BERNARD SI SI Edward THOMAS PATRICK S Sl Annes THOMAS JOSEPH SI Our Mother CASEY 2864 Cedar CASTILLO 2105 N Edward lhe Confessor CAUCCI 2638 N 8Ih the Confessor CAWLEY 2844 Cedar CERINO 220 Meade of Consolcrhon St Sr Barrholomews RICHARD EDWARD CICHOWSKI 'II45 W Allegheny Ave SI Ladrslaus CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL CLARK 3907 Arcadlcx Sf sr Joan ol Arc KENNETH STUART CLARK 88 E Seymour SI SI Mrrhael of the Saints FRANCIS EDWARD CLEMENS 2067 Puck wlck Sf SI Joan of Arc 3 JoH . , ' ., Sf. e ' ns. 1 , . C' 3' 7 U - V 3' - f . A K f Q. :l r., . . ' ,L Mt V3 ,ii LIVV I , A ., , , ,J ' - 55 1 :lg Hes' "pr : S -1 A - 3-2, Lg ' f ' JosEPH WILLIAM cr-IERRY, was Pratt Srr., ,J , Y 7, f S,MS' Ag.. gf ., . . ,V.r g ' l I D ,, 2, S lg , , T 'f - - f fig Q 5 I P - 4 I ry . . I I f S ., . - ' . q A5 -'F' I 4' Q , A We 1 .. il' ., . ' . I A 1 T L 1 A D RICHARD BARRY CLEMENTS 4235 Salem SI SI .loachrms JOHN FRANCIS COFFEY 3226 N Dover SI Corpus Chnslr PAUL JOSEPH COLANGELO 3258 N Ph lp SI S1 Hughs THOMAS PATRICK COLE 2963 Gaul SI Nahvrfy B V M ANTHONY CHARLES COLELLA 3330 Ork ney SI Sl Veronrcas XP? 'M f JOHN WILLIAM CAMPBELL, 1330 Van Kirk St., Sf. Marlin of Tours. ROBERT PATRICK CAMPBELL, 5047 Wade SI., Sl. Francis of Assisi. THOMAS CHARLES CAMPBELL, 4810 Roosevelt Blvd., SI. Marlin of Tours. WILFRED FRANCIS CAMPBELL 08 Qumcy Dr Queen of the Unrverse N A CANN 3356 Colllns SI Joan of Arc RICHARD CHARLES CARICKHOFF 3233 N Elfmg SI Corpus Chrrslr KENNETH PETER CARON 9217 Cruspnn SI SI Calherrne of Srenna ROBERT BERNARD CARPENTER 2302 E Lehngh Ave SI Annes ef" 'P' 3 41 l. l .4 K W3 7959 senior class JOSEPH BERNARD CONWAY 140 W Albanus SI SI Ambrose DAVID JOSEPH COOPER 1816 E Schuller SI SI Joan of Arc DANIEL JOSEPH CORCORAN 3535 Frank ford Ave SI Joan of Arc RONALD MICHAEL COSTANZO 6138 Buynton SI SI Vmcenl de Paul JOHN LAWRENCE COSTIGAN 119 W 5ummlI Ave Chnsl Ihe King JOHN WALTER COWART 4200 Franklln SI Henrys JAMES JOHN COYLE 1664 DounIon SI Slephen s PETER PATRICK COYLE 2125 E Ann SI NaIlvlIy B V M JOHN THOMAS CRAIG 3033 N Marshall SI SI Veronrcas VINCENT EDWARD CRAVEN 2635 E Bel grade SI SI Annes FRANK EEWARD CRAWFORD 5224 Mor ns SI SI Francrs ofAssrs1 THOMAS JOHN CREARY 3126 Welkel SI NaI1vrIy B VM JOHN JOSEPH CRESSMAN 3501 N 2nd S SI Hu hs GEORGE JOSEPH CROLIUS 6800 Clear vlew SI Holy Cross JOHN ALFRED CRUGNALE 3140 W Alle gheny Ave Corpus Chnsh FRANCIS JOSEPH CRUMETY, 2306 N Orkney SI, SI Edward Ihe Confessor SQ 13' A III. JOSEPH ROBERT COLLINS 3446 Frankford Ave SI Joan of Arc JOHN WILLIAM COLSHER 4357 ChesIer Ave Assumphon of Ihe B V M JOHN WILLIAM CONAWAY 326 Cenhdl Ave Queen of Peace MICHAEL FRANCIS CONNELLY 1326 W Pnke SI SI Slephens JOHN PATRICK CONNERY 3128 N PaI Ion SI Corpus Chnsh ROBERT LEO CONNOR 4022 Neilson SI Holy Innocenls MARTIN CHARLES CONNORS B514 Shawnee SI Our Molher of Consola Ilon EDWARD PATRICK CONVERY 2440 W ToronIo SI Corpus Chrlsh L 53 we A few moments of relaxation al the Thanksgiving Day Dance. 'J ., 2 ' ,V . fi Q' WiLLL 'ff EL 3 rl , I 'g-'x 'gi if M h 6' L. K ' 'Q lg I . "" my . f,1- .-,,f i'1:"' '. E WALTER MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM, 3221 N. 29th St., Corpus Christi. JOHN PATRICK CYMBOR, 3144 Almond St., Nativity B.V.M. THADDEUS THOMAS CZERW, 3629 E. Thompson St., St. AdaIbert's. CHESTER JOSEPH CZESCIK, 2990 Tilton SI., St. Adalbert's. JOSEPH MICHAEL D'AMELIO, 3813 N. 7th St., Our Lady of Pompeii. EDWARD WALTER DANAK, 3275 Miller SI., St. Adalbert's. THOMAS JOHN DARDIS, 3814 Palmetto SI., Holy Innocents. GERALD JAMES DAVIS, 3468 Kensington Ave., St. Joan of Arc. JAMES ALBERT DAVIS, 4134 "K" St., Holy Innocents. JOSEPH THOMAS DEEGAN, 732 E. Wesl- moreland St., Ascension of Our Lord. JOSEPH JAMES DEENEY, 2343 E. Hauard St., St. Anne's. RONALD WILLIAM DELLA PENNA, 2651 E. Elkhart SI., Nativity B.V.M. PETER JOSEPH DELLIPONTI, 4335 Jose- phine St., Mater Dolorosa. ANTHONY VINCENT DELONG, 3310 N. Palethorp St., St. Hugh's. JOSEPH JOHN DeMARlO, 3069 Kensing- ton Ave., Ascension of Our Lord. JOHN FRANCIS DEMPSEY, 2813 N. Lawrence St., St. Edward the Confes- sor. THOMAS JOSEPH DEMPSEY 3306 SI Ascension ol Our lord RAYMOND PHILIP DePERRO 1127 Wesfmoreland SI Sl Slephens CHARLES JOSEPH DETWILER 4012 SI Holy lnnocenrs THOMAS JOSEPH DEVENNEY 2863 27Ih SI Corpus Christi EDWARD LOUIS DEVLIN 2834 N 3rd SI SI Edward Ihe Confessor JAMES JOSEPH DEVLIN 2308 E LeIIerly SI SI Annes JOSEPH ADRIAN DIAMOND 273 W Yo k SI SI Edward Ihe Confessor DAVID JOSEPH DIBERIO 2441 SomerseI SI SI Annes hh -on H Q1 WNY fm -2- 1' ff. s w . .:,,f,,f.I... fmffwnl L13 1 f.,1.,.,,,..,, , . HY wa? s :V I. K, , go ' ai H 3 L A f ' 1 cg, -. if in L Egg ies- 'ef '15 'I' bil gmw 'E' I sz WILLIAM JAMES DICKEL 4969 Pc-nnway SI SI Ambrose JOSEPH LOUIS DIDONNA 4208 Orchard SI Mater Dolorosa PHILIP ARTHUR DIGIACOMO 3825 SI Holy lnnocenls CARMEN JOSEPH DIPOMPEO 5602 M Mahon SI Our Lady of Ihe Rosary VINCENT DISANDRO 3425 N 'lllh SI Our Lady of Pompeii GERALD RAYMOND DISTEL 125 W Ash mead SI SI Francis of Assisi MICHAEL EDWARD DOLAN 5417 WesI ford Rd SI Ambrose JOHN ALBERT DOLANSKI 2549 E Ann SI SI AdalberIs RICHARD DENNIS DOMRZALSKI 7380 Shelbourne SI. SI. Cecilia s. FRANCIS THOMAS DONAHUE 4129 N. 6Ih SI. SI. Henry's. JOSEPH JAMES DONNELLY 4451 Ger- manIown Ave., SI. Francis of Assisi. RAYMOND JOSEPH DOOLEY, 2126 Cum- berland SI., SI. Anne's. GERALD JOSEPH DOOLING, 4141 May- wood SI., Holy lnnocenIs. EDWARD PHILLIP DOUGHERTY, 1131 Venango SI., Sl. SIephen's. FRANCIS JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, 2962 Cedar SI., NaIiviIy B,V.M. FRANCIS XAVIER DOUGHERTY, 4207 PalmeIIo SI., Holy lnnotenIs. RICHARD LEONARD DUSZAK 3145 Cedar SI Sl Adalberls ROBERT EDWARD DWYER 1907 E Onfurlo SI Sf Joan of Arc ALFRED THOMAS EAVES 3859 N 8th Sf Veromcas ROBERT WILLIAM EDELMAN 2118 E Orleans St Nahvny B VM ROBERT MICHAEL EDINGER 2667 Mercer SI SI Annes JAMES FRANCIS EGAN 3433 SI Hughs GORDON WALTER EMBERGER 812 Indiana Ave Sf Bonavenlures ELMAR MICHAEL EMMERT 434 Cayuga SI Sl Henrys FRED PAUL ENGLEHARDT 9234 Leon SI Kathenne of Sfena JOHN ALBERT EUGENIE 1008 W Clnve den SI SI Madeleine Sophie JOSEPH JAMES EWALD 1349 N Howard SI Sl Michaels JOSEPH BERNARD FALLEN 3919 Holy lnnocenls THOMAS PATRICK FANRAK 2247 Clear field SI Nahvlly B VM JOHN MICHAEL FARRELL 143 E Lnppun cart St SI Hugh s HARRY WILLIAM FELDMAN 4308 N 16th SI Sl Henrys THOMAS JOSEPH FELEDICK 1913 Cayuga SI SI Franus ol Assrsr JAMES JOSEPH DOUGHERTY 2833 N 27th SI Corpus Chnsh JAMES PATRICK DOUGHERTY 3814 Delhr SI Sl Stephens MICHAEL FRANCIS DOUGHERTY 4207 Palmetfo SI Holy Innocents RONALD JOSEPH DRENNEN 4516 Hurley SI SI Ambrose JOHN FRANCIS DRYDEN 1908 E Lrppm coil' St Ascension of Our Lord JAMES PATRICK DUFFY 3224 N Elhng St Corpus Chnsn THOMAS JOSEPH DUFFY 3259 N Dover SI Corpus Chrlsh JOSEPH PATRICK DUNLEAVY 3342 N Ella SI St Hughs l fi we X? 19 9 senior class JAMES JOSEPH FITZGERALD 3505 Penhursl SI Ascension ol Our Lord JOSEPH JAMES FITZPATRICK 4006 J SI Holy Innocenls WILLIAM MICHAEL FITZPATRICK 3941 N Delhi SI SI Slephens FRANCIS PAUL FLANAGAN 1324 W Tioga SI SI Slephen s THOMAS PATRICK FLANIGAN 1841 E Omano SI SI .loan of Arc JAMES WILLIAM FLANNERY 5688 Mor Ion SI SI Vmcenl de Paul JOSEPH CHARLES FLOOD 5621 Miriam Rd SI Marlin ol Tours JAMES EDWARD FLYNN 4931 Wlssa hickon Ave SI Francis ol Assisi ROBERT JOSEPH FOCHT 4259 N. 8Ih SI. SI. Henry s. JOSEPH FRANCS FOLEY 1829 Clementine SI. Ascension of Our Lord. WILLIAM JOHN FOLEY 3081 ChaIham SI. Nalivily B.V.M. PETER JOHN FOLLMER 713 Hartel Ave. SI. Cecilia s. FRANCO FORMICHELLI 3614 N. Marshall SI. Our Lady of Pompeii. JOSEPH GERALD FOWLER 2349 E. S r- geanI SI. SI. Anne s. MICHAEL ANTHONY FRANCONI 10 W. Logan SI. SI. Michael ol Ihe Soinls. GEORGE ALEXANDER FREEMAN 6819 Chew Ave. Holy Cross. FRANCIS JOSEPH FELICE 107 Manheim SI SI Francis of Assisi JOHN PATRICK FERRIE 3239 N Fairhlll Veronrcas EDWARD MICHAEL FERRY 4137 N 7Ih Velomcas THOMAS RUSSELL FETTER 442 SI Luke SI Sl Henrys WALTER THOMAS FIDURA 2652 Mayfield SI SI AldaberIs ROCCO JOSEPH FILIPONE 2973 EdgemonI SI Molher of Divine Grace JOHN JAMES FISHER 2355 E SomerseI S SI Annes CHARLES HENRY FISS 5364 Moms Sl Vincenl de Paul 'Q -4- .L . fs AZ: V Ae 44 Regislralion for The eleclion of N.C. officials lakes place in The lobby. an Q , , N 1 " 9 5 4, , 3 , N 3, I .,xM'f+ 'NYY I r 3 In 75 ki Qp rfb A A, I .I , JOSEPH GEORGE FRY 906 Pratl SI S1 Marfm of Tours DAVID FRANCIS FULLAM 4284 Grlscom S Sf Joachrms JOHN FRANCIS FULLERTON 4288 Gris come SI Sf Joachrms EDWARD JOSEPH FURLONG 707 W. Annsbury Sl. Sr. He-nry's. HARRY FRANCIS FURLONG 4054 N. blh Sf. Si. Veronica's. ANTHONY JOHN FUSCELLARO 3926 N. Percy Sl. Our Lady of Pompeii. JOHN PHILIP GALLAGHER BSI7 Verree R . SI. Ceciiu s. JOSEPH JAMES GALLAGHER . Eleanor Sl. SI. Ambrose. MICHAEL FRANCIS GALLO 3579 Emerald St SI Joan of rc . 3 PAUL JosEPH GALVIN 7106 Devon sr. 'Tr- Holy Cross. FRANCIS PATRICK GATLEY 4949 Frank- ford Ave. Sf. Joachim's. ARTHUR JAMES GAUTHIER 6609 Vandike . Sl. Le . EDWARD THOMAS GAVIN 4013 Nice St. Sf Slephens LOUIS RALPH GECKLE 964 N American St lmmaculafe Conceplron JOSEPH PATRICK GERAGHTY 1709 N 3rd Sl St Michaels BERNARD JOSEPH GIARDETTI 4013 Mark land SI Holy Innocents PHILIP MICHAEL GILLIGAN, 8321 Shaw- nee SI., Our Molher of Consolalion. EDWARD JAMES GILMORE, 2923 N. Bailey SI., Corpus Chrisli. JOHN THOMAS GIMPEL, 4209 N. Reese SI., SI. Henry's. ANTHONY PETER GIOVINAZZO, 6044 Magnolia SI., Our Lady of Ihe Rosary. GERALD PATRICK GLOWACZ, 2352 E. Allegheny Ave., Nalivily B.V.M. JOSEPH STANLEY GNIEWEK, 3238 Edge- monl St., SI. AdalberI's. JAMES JOSEPH GOLDERER, 2069 Kingston SI., SI. Joan ol Arr. GERARD JOSEPH GOODMAN 4526 Gris com SI S Joachlms Q 5 F' H' Q SW 1? -av Q THOMASL GORDON 219 E Llppmcoll Hughs WILLIAM ROBERT GORE 3535 N a Hugh s GERALD MICHAEL GORMAN 5668 Mor Ion SI SI Vmcenl de Paul RICHARD FRANCIS GORMAN 3889 Glen dale SI Holy Innocents RICHARD HENRY GRASELA 3441 Luvmg sion SI SI Adalberls JOHN JUDE GRAY 3221 N Howard SI Hugh s JOHN ANTHONY GREEN 634 Hnllon SI Ascension of Our Lord JOSEPH THOMAS GREER 716 W Allan Il: SI Sl Velonlcas MATTHEW JOHN GREIPP 4624 Penn SI Sl Joachlms ALBERT JOHN GRENFELL 2005 Blelgh Ave Resurrechon EUGENE FRANCIS GRIESS 3148 Tnlton SI Nallvlly B VM RICHARD FRANCIS GROCH 3126 Almond SI Nalrvlly B V M RICHARD JOSEPH GROCHOWSKI 3119 Belgrade SI SI Adalberls GABRIEL STANLEY GRYSZKA 2531 E Ann SI Nahvlly B VM VINCENT ANTHONY GULLA 157 E Wal nul La SI Vmcenl de Paul JAMES THOMAS HAGGERTY 1537 L zerne St Holy Innocenls I - ., A ' rrae L, A ' I I sl., sn. ' . Ii :N xi, V . K -1 .13, A y X - I - 4 ., . ' . G7 ,, 51 f f - 5"f , I. . 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'E' pw- 1 JOHN BERNARD HALFPENNY, 906 W. Cambria SI., SI. Edword's. THOMAS PATRICK HALLAN, 3448 N. Moszher SI., SI. Hugh's. FREDERICK MICHAEL HAMILTON, 5828 WoIIon Ave., Transliguralion. HARRY STEPHEN HAMMER, 3306 N. Water SI., SI. HugI1's. ALEXANDER JOHN HAMPSHIRE 726 E Thayer SI Ascensron of Our Lord FRANK JOHN HANEY 6 W Wlllow Grove Ave Our Molher of Consolahon HENRY MATTHEW HANEY 7124 Bryon SI Holy Cross JOSEPH JOHN HANLEY 2985 Salmon SI Nahvrfy B V M IQ? np.. 'mv 71,1-4 ff L l 1959 senior class EDWARD WILLIAM HOY 403 E Wood lawn St St Vrncent de Paul RICHARD STEPHEN HUDEC 3163 Salmon St St Adalberts CHARLES ANTHONY HUDICEK 306 W Columbia Ave St Michaels ELLIOTT JOSEPH HUESKEN 1925 Dennie St St Stephens ARTHUR CHARLES HUGHES 2951 N Taney St Corpus Christi JOHN ALLEN HURLY 3818 J St Holy Innocents JAMES WILLIAM HUTCHISON 3022 Nes per St Sl Matthews FRANCIS JOHN HUTCHKO 3932 N Farr h St St Agnes ROBERT JOSEPH HUTT 2816 E Clearfield St Our Lady Help ot Christians LOUIS JOSEPH IAQUINTA 3403 Good man St Our Lady of Pompeii FRANCIS MICHAEL IEROVANTE 3923 Bennington St Holy Innocents ANTHONY FRANCIS INCOLLINGO 3412 N 11th St Our Lady of Pompeii THOMAS VINCENT IPPOLITO 3113 N. Patton St. Corpus Christi. JAMES STANLEY JASKEL 3418 Melvole St. St. George s. TIMOTHY JAMES JORDAN 1613 N. 2nd St. St. Michaels. IVAN ANTHONY JURIC 2325 N. Fair- hill St. St. Edward the Confessor. 'elif Cs dn Q L THOMAS JOSEPH HOFFER 1725 Emer son St Resurrection JOSEPH JUDE HOFFMAN 330 E Ash dole St St Ambrose LYNN GEORGE HOFFMAN 2342 N Ori anna St St Edward the Confessor CHARLES JOSEPH HOGARTY 2414 N Reese St St Edward the Confessor WILLIAM HENRY HOHENSTEIN 4209 O St Holy Innocents JOHN JOSEPH HOPKINS 3021 Bambrey St Corpus Christi ROBERT CHARLES HOPKINS 1428 N Front St St Michaels ALBERT MICHAEL HOSEFROS 2 B Evergreen Ave Our Mother of Con solatnon Q J 1 A,., v4 .2 57 :QT allhiinsrs'-I Fr. Brennan solemnly blesses our class rings I "'l f Q'-f L JOHN ALBERT KAELIN 4267 N Bodine St Sl Henrys DAVID JOHN KAIN 2145 Clearfield St St Georges DAVID SAMUEL KAISINGER 3130 N 71h Sl Sl Bonavenlures ROBERT FRANCIS KARWOWSKI 2608 E. Thompson St. SI. Anne's. LEON JOSEPH KASPERSKI 3010 Mercer SI. Nalivily B.V.M. JOSEPH FRANCIS KAUTERMAN 1627 E. Lewis SI. Holy lnnocenfs. JOHN HENRY KAZMIERCZAK 418 W. Harlan St. SI. Michaels. WILLIAM JOHN KEALEY 7431 Devon SI. Holy Cross. JOHN EMORY KEELY 3426 Barclay SI. Sl. Bridger s. MICHAEL WILLIAM KEELY 3426 Barclay SI. Sl. Bridgels. JAMES ANTHONY KEENAN 3353 Argyle SI. Ascension of Our Lord. ROBERT CHRISTOPHER KEENAN 704 E. Thayer Sl. Ascension of Our Lord. JOHN HENRY KELLY 3757 N. 71h SI. SI. Veronica s. EDWARD CHARLES KEMPISTY 3422 E. Edgemonl SI. Sl. Adalberfs. HOWARD JOHN KENNEDY 7150 Bryan SI. Holy Cross. WILLIAM ALOYSIUS KENNEDY 2020 Pa- cific Sf. SI. Joan of Arc. 2 is ROBERT CHARLES KILLIAN 3112 Spang ler SI Corpus Chnsh CORNELUS FRANCIS KILTY 3095 Agaie SI Naflvlly B VM MICHAEL JOSEPH KINSLOW 4520 N Fron1SI SI Henrys JOHN JOSEPH KLECKY 3319 N Amer :can St SI Hughs RUDOLPH JOHN KLOCK 1941 Bnslol SI SI Slephen S JOHN C KLUGE 4252 Bo me SI SI Henrys ROBERT CHARLES KNAPP 4349 Glendale SI Holy lnnocenls FRANCIS PAUL KNUETTEL 446 W Blavls SI St Henrys WE' -err .L l W 618: L .f L "'!"'? 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PATRICK JOSEPH LAPHEN, 2047 Pickwick SI., SI. .loan of Arc. JULIUS ALBERT LAURENZI, 4526 Rising Sun Ave. SI. Ambrose. MEI 75 Ss f- :Hu- 'I 1 2 fe sw IQ QI A 4. JOHN JOSEPH LAVELLE 4620 Pulaski SI SI Francrs of Assrsr THOMAS LEO LAWLOR 2639 Cedar Sl Annes EUGENE L LEASHER 748 Luly Rd S John Bosco ALBERT CHARLES LECHNER 3252 N Mar sIon SI Corpus Chrrslr PAUL JOHN LEDDY 1523 Germanlown Ave SI Mrchaels e as ,Q ,nr if Mr gm l . , . . ' . . 4 , V .Ls - : - - - . 7?S31'i'g53 f.' 'fig - . . pfgyi-4 Z . : ' . . . gg, 2557, w - ' . - - . ' , I .. .. -' ro . ' . . ' . ' ' I ' X ll I -I 3 . A .. My U' . r' . . - . 4 Q Q n N I ' ' ' , , Qui a.-few f - , , ' - fx , " I - - 5 Q - - ' I I I R ' Ill Yfr ' -Q: I II gifs, :J cwff .... , , X . , NWI. f be 453-jc. , 3' fag, 3 .nie .5 'N fx, . ' -- A " . ' , , I 1 M 5 1-Q.::na:1g.4,--fzfg-fa . " . ' if -- ' f f ' - ' - ' A I L A .. QF, ' -I 'V ,ww if .M ,, M- , . ,- . , K 1,4 - 2 w f ..,. , 4 A. , if I l ' V i ' H U ' .JA 'ff .M '. I . 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Ambrose. EDWARD JAMES MADDEN, 7143 Boyer SI., Holy Cross. JAMES PATRICK MAHAN, 1813 E. Corn- wall SI., Ascension of Our Lord. JOHN PAUL MAHETTA 3336 Almond SI SI AdalberIs LOUIS CEASER MALAGERI, 5638 Morton SI SI Vrncenl de Paul DENNIS MICHAEL MALLOY 2206 Rulfner SI Holy Souls ANTHONY FRED MARASA 5615 Warnock SI Holy Chrld THOMAS MICHAEL MARETT 5014 Penn SI SI Marlin of Tours 'C'- fir BU 5.211 x 5 1. SILK! ia i ., an . I V ' " , -mi -v L f ' . , 1' D ef . , W ' A ,Q L. 1, ,. in . I I , , X . ' , . 3 I 'I ' f .. tr f7 , A I ... A . . m,?W ., . . -n A I O I ' I. if - 5 ' , ' ' ,fb 4 " 3 , - , H I A-QQ,-14511 ,s . :aff F-qi. ,. - " K I if gl. .4 fy .fl Q I 15 Ah A "" 1 f'vn.tff5mgafg:3f.J:.s , , ' , . , . . MJ.. .F or Q, ' 1' fiff . . .154 - . ' ' -f 1,4 X' ' I A f E, f ' ' ' 'ii , . - . " .. ,I 3. C , '. , xysfvi. . ., -2 A M. , ,W fgfgmf S - za d SI. SI. A ' . I ' I . ivH'f1.fw " ' ' ""e S F - fy , . fl. i , if I I' . 5 A . 2113, -, . , - ' ' I I of 1 I - 1 1 K . 42 Q -1 - ' I f I or Q I ,E 4 'I I Wy f ' . - .... 'Q - . .I I- A ,I '- ' VV he .- ., . . I . fem? " A 2' 1 X ' 4. Q i A . A I .5 , . ' K . A , 1 '.'A Q .. ' ' 1 A j ' 'wg L- I 124 - fr 9' ' ' I 'f' - W ' ' ,ri , X fl O Our National Merit finalists, Tricoski, Kennedy and Kelly, are greeted by Fathers Tocik and Kelly. ...S PATRICK JOSEPH McCOLE 4325 Palmetto St Holy Innocents EDWARD JOSEPH McCOURT 3708 Frank ford Ave St Joan of Arc r 1, iffy' Y 3 .sri GERARD FRANCIS McDADE 3526 Frank ford Ave St Joan of Arc JOSEPH PAUL McDEVlTT 824 E Corn wall St. Ascension of Our Lord. MICHAEL JAMES McDONUGH 3514 Frankford Ave. St. Joan of Arc. JOHN MICHAEL McERLAlN 2927 W. Clementine St. Corpus Christi. DANIEL JOSEPH McFADDEN 2811 N. 4th St. St. Edward s. JOSEPH JOHN McFARLAND 4016 How- land St. Holy Innocents. THOMAS JOSEPH McGEE 711 E. Thayer St. Ascension of Our Lord. TERRENCE PAUL McGEEHAN 4635 Oak- land St. St. Joachim s. WILLIAM EDWARD MCGEEHAN 1440 N. Front St. St. Michaels. EDWARD DANIEL McGETTlGAN 4642 G St. Holy Innocents. ANDREW JOSEPH McGONlGLE 231 E. Durham St. Holy Cross. JOSEPH GERALD McGOVERN 2839 Chat- ham St. St. Anne x. BARTHOLOMEW FRANCIS McGUIGAN 4348 I St. Holy Innocents. BERNARD WILLIAM McGUIRL 2547 Da- kota St. Immaculate Conception. I 4 159 Q JOHN JOSEPH McINTYRE, 66 E. Clopier St., St. Francis ol Assisi. JAMES JOHN McLAUGHLlN, 284 E. Penn St., St. Vincent de Paul. JAMES PATRICK McLAUGHLlN, 4164 Paul St., Mater Dolorosa. VINCENT DE PAUL McLAUGHLIN, 5527 Lena St., St. Vincent de Paul. JOSEPH ANDREW McMASTER, 3312 N. Orkney St., St. Veronica's. JOHN JOSEPH McNALLY, 49 E. Mermaid Lu Holy Cross JOHN JOSEPH McNAMARA 3329 N American St St Hughs DAVID DONALD McNULTY 5137 Moms St St Francrs of Asslsr J U wg, sh 'ke' Sf 'ina 'lift' ov. an Q? 7 ,-1871-,. V F' 6 - Q f "",-T' s ,I I 'X S51 yy 4. .af Q E? S' G? in L A . - Q JOHN GARY McNULTY 4279 Orchard St St .loachrm s JOHN JOSEPH McOWEN 102 E Meehan Ave Holy Cross ROBERT THOMAS McSHANE 1342 Toronto St St Stephen s JOHN CHARLES McSLOY 1312 Sellers St St .loachrm s JOSEPH PATRICK MEEHAN 2613 N 8th St St Edward the Conlessor MICHAEL JOHN MEEHAN 2411 E Boston S St Annes JOHN STANLIEGH MEEHAN 2070 Plc wlck St St .loan of Arc JOSEPH JACOB MELANSON 4123 Clar rdge St Holy Innocents ROBERT EDWARD MELLON 215 E Robot SI SI Ambrose THOMAS JOSEPH METZ 4232 Palmetto St Holy Innocents ANDREW JOHN MILCZAREK 3043 Arbor St Ascension of Our Lord MICHAEL PETER MILES 6344 Sherman St St Madeline Sophie JOSEPH IGNAS MILLER 3104 N 25th St Corpus Christ: THOMAS EUGENE MILLER 3520 N 7th St Our Lady of Pompen ARTHUR JAMES MILLEVOI 3055 Gaul St Natlvlty B V M JOSEPH THOMAS MILLEVOI 3054 Muller St Natrvlty B V M b Na PAUL JOHN MORRISON 3922 N Arcadra SI SI .loan of Arc DENNIS MICHAEL MOSZCZYNSKI 2965 LrvnngIon SI NaI:v:Iy B V M LOUIS JOSEPH MOYER 3733 KensIngIon Ave SI Joan of Arc DAVID ANTHONY MULHOLLAND 3336 Amber SI SI Joan of Arc WILLIAM DANIEL MULVIHILL 839 E Wlllard SI Ascension of Our Lord GERALD FRANCIS MURPHY I Clearfield SI NaIrvrIy B V M JOSEPH BERNARD MURPHY 3750 N Franklrn SI SI Veronrcas NORRIS DANIEL MURPHY 643 E Alle gheny Ave Ascension of Our Lord WILLIAM FRANCIS MURPHY 2840 Gaul S SI Annes JOSEPH FRANCIS MURRAY 447 W Hans berry SI SI Francrs ol Assrsr JOSEPH FRANCIS MURRAY 1905 E HunI lngdon SI Vrsrlahon JOHN STANLEY MURZYN 3073 E Thomp son SI SI AdalberIs ALBERT T MUSIAL 2062 E AIIunIu: SI SI Joan of Arc JOHN PATRICK NEARY 4211 Sydenham SI SI Slephen s EDWARD FRANCIS NEILL 1916 N 3d if me JOHN JOSEPH MILLIGAN 211 E Ashdale SI SI Ambrose ROBERT JOHN MILLIOT 3650 N 9Ih SI SI SIephens JOHN FRANCIS MINUTO 3107 N Spang Ier SI Corpus Chrlsh wie In MII? I2 will X 3 SI SI Michaels v HUGH JOSEPH NELIS 23 E Gravers La Our MoIher ol Consolahon MURVIN COLLIS MITCHELL 72 E HolI Ier SI SI CaIl1erme of Sienna THADDEUS JOSEPH MLYNARCZYK 3058 Cedar SI SI Adulbens ROBERT PATRICK MOORE 4346 MaIIa SI Holy lnnocenIs JOHN MICHAEL MOROCCO 4218 Nerl son SI Holy lnnocenls JAMES MORRIS 3309 N Amencan SI SI Hughs . , N ' 5.4 N .I , , U I , . . O . v ,J ' . ' . l rn I ' . ' . . I I I I . . . Q Q25 , ,I I I ma I , 'X . , A ly V, , J If L D Q. 7 1 V ' i i S A 'N - ,I ' . ,j ' , -" , A L I--. f , JIQIQAV ' . v I , Q5 zigzfu' ' ' " ,-I L fwfg, WLKE, N. f.I-I 4 new I ' 'it I Q.. " 'I 5 f f-in . ,A 5 I I , , K Q S I . : L I ' -,ssl Q . S , , ' ' D ,If "Y-'X ' . D I If 'tw ZH Y fy I I , Ik YW, 7 6' YN W I I 4 4 ' . " 5 ' . . I ' sf I . ' . . 8 Ei, I F - I . I I . 5 senior class RONALD THOMAS NORDELL 3631 E Allen SI NaIlvrIy B VM JAMES PATRICK OBRIEN 3515 N Phulup SI SI Hughs JOSEPH FRANCIS OBRIEN 2865 Ara mmgo Ave SI Annes JOHN JAMES OCONNOR 2054 E us quehanna Ave Holy Name JOSEPH JAMES O CONNOR 3230 . Newkirk SI. Corpus ChrisIi. JAMES PAUL ODELL 3445 Emerald . SI. .loan of Arc. DANIEL JOSEPH ODONNELL, 860 E. '- oga SI., Ascension of Our Lord. FRANCIS JOSEPH O'DONNELL, 3124 Mem- phis SI., NaIiviIy B.V.M. GERALD PETER O'DONNELL, 3166 Tulip SI., NaIiviIy B.V.M. JOHN VINCENT O'DONNELL, 71 E. Slo- cum SI., SI. Madeleine Sophie. JOSEPH THOMAS O'DONNELL, 2673 Cedar SI., SI. Anne's. WILLIAM JOSEPH OEHLER, 2256 N. 4Ih SI., SI. Edward Ihe Confessor. JOHN WILLIAM O'HARA, 7818 Devon SI., Holy Cross. JOSEPH FRANCIS O'LEARY, 2725 W. Wil- lard SI., Corpus ChrisIi. RICHARD THOMAS OLEWINE, 512 E. Thelma SI., SI. Ambrose. JAMES PATRICK O'MARA, 1037 E. LU- zerne SI., Holy Innocenls. JOHN FRANK NERI 3221 Barley SI Cor pus Chnsh WILLIAM MICHAEL NESBITT 4336 Jo sephme SI SI Joachim: JOHN JAMES NEUBER 784 N 23rd SI SI Francrs Xavier ANTHONY JOSEPH NEWMAN 2814 W WlsharI SI Corpus Chrlslr ARTHUR DANIEL NICOLETTI 7028 Chew Ave Holy Cross RONALD LEON NIEDOSIK 3228 Mercer SI SI Adalberls RICHARD EDWARD NIWINSKI 2650 E OnIano SI SI AdalberIs THOMAS EDWARD NOLAN 2537 W WII lard SI Corpus Chnsh The auditorium is filled as Fr. Tocik reads Ihe inlenfions and announcements for the day. I If - -J 4 Al I rp , I K'.', . 2? P . .W . 'wp "' 1 f ""' . ' A 'N A - 1 K - . , 'V,k In f . WW V T? -wi F 5 ag Q- 'X I . 'S I Q 1 gf vim, ' ' iid ' ., e "wq5,. '- - . .. . x if - ' ' Q W W A - -5 - ' - If ff' I L' fl ' A V.. W fat' - W, ff' -A F if I ' I .,gi3g5?fgi4.5.,z .,g Q3 Y 'mf , Q-1 I, . , , 9, Q A I :fi N " f 2 1 I 9 9 1 021.4 WILLIAM BERNARD O'NEILL, 4029 Mark- land Sl., Holy Innocents. WILLIAM BERNARD O'NElLL, 1900 E. Pacific St., St. Joan of Arc. JOHN JOSEPH O'REILLY, 460 Bustleton Pk., Our Lady of Good Council. JOHN JOSEPH O'ROURKE, 7232 Algard SI., SI. Bernard's. PETER JOSEPH 0'ROURKE, 3151 Ara- mingo Ave., Nalivily B.V.M. ROBERT PATRICK O'SHAUGHNESSY, 2860 Gaul SI., SI. Anne's. LOUIS FRANCIS OSINSKI, 810 E, Madison SI., Ascension of Our Lord. OGDEN OLIVER OSWALD, 901 N. Slerner St., SI. BonovenIure's, JAMES FRANCIS OTTER, 2427 Gaul Sf., Sf. Anne's. STANLEY JOHN PAPRZYCKI, 3040 Living- slon SI., Nalivify B.V.M. ALBERT JOHN PARIS, 5007 Wayne Ave., Sl. Francis of Assisi. MICHAEL BENJAMIN PASCIULLO, 3739 N. Randolph St., Our Lady of Pompeii.- JOSEPH ELMER PATTON, 1661 Meadow St., SI. Joachim'S. THADDEUS RALPH PAWLOWIC, 2998 E. Thompson SI., SI. Adalberfs. JOSEPH FRANCIS PAWLUCZYK, 4233 Syd- enham St St Lodislaus HENRY FRANK PAYER 530 E Olney Ave SI Ambrose CHARLES ANDREW PAYNE, 3038 "D" St., Ascension of Our Lord. JOSEPH FRANCIS PETACCIO, 2950 Rich- mont St., Mother ol Divine Grace. VINCENT ALEXANDER PETKA, 2817 Liv- ingston St., St. AdalberI's. ANTHONY GEORGE PETRO, 4238 Paul SI., Mater Dolorosa. GERALD JOSEPH PETTIT, 3320 N. Kip St., SI. Hugl1's. RICHARD CHRISTOPHER PIATEK, 4016 Neilson St., Holy Innocents. ROBERT PETER PIETRANGELO, 4546 N. 'I8th St., SI. Michael of the Saints. WILLIAM AMEDEO PIETRANGELO, 317 Zeralda St., St. Michael of the Saints. LOUIS WALTER PIFFER, 3931 Arcadia St., St. Joan of Arc. JOSEPH EDMOND PINGUE, 3861 Archer St., St. Ladislaus. PAUL ANTHONY PINOSKI, 2064 Stella St., Nativity B.V.M. STANLEY JOSEPH PIOTROWSKI, 2964 Til- ton St., St. AdaIbert's. THOMAS FRANCIS Pl.ATT, 2854 N. Mar- shall St., SI. Edward the Confessor. ALEXANDER PAUL PLATTOWSKI, 2125 N. Randolph St., St. Edward the Confes- SOI: VINCENT OTIS POELLNITZ, 242 W. John- son St., SI. Madeleine Sophie. EDWARD ALOYSIUS POLANECZKY, 5049 Portico St., St. Francis oi Assisi. JOSEPH JOHN POLKUS, 'I703 Mt. Vernon St., SI. Andrew's. JAMES RICHARD POWERS, 3853 German- town Ave., SI. Stephen's. GEORGE WILLIAM PREMAZA, 4464 N. Gratz St., SI. Francis of Assisi. WALTER MARTIN PRICE, 3663 Old York Rd., St. Stephen's. FREDERICK JAMES PROZZILLO, 532 High St., Our Lady of the Rosary. JOSEPH STANLEY PULKOWSKI, 1434 Jer- ome St., St. Ladislaus. ALEXANDER ANTHONY PUNCHELLO, 233 W. Ontario St., St. Hugh's. EDWARD JOSEPH QUARESIMA, 1025 W. Ontario St., Our Lady of Pompeii. wyffi X' JP 5 1 L JOHN ANDREW REICK 5569 Hlll Creek Clrcle SI' Ambrose J N PHILIP REID 3312 Argyle Sl Ascension of Our Lord JAMES FRANCIS REILLY 3348 Emerald S Sl Joan of rc ROBERT ELMER REMPFER 228 W Allan SI Sl Hu h JOHN JOSEPH RENTZ 3610 Glenn St Sl Kalherrne of Siena JOHN JOSEPH REPASH 2110 E Troga SI SI Joan of Arc KENNETH LEO RESINSKI, 2605 E Clear field SI , Nahvrry B VM EDWARD FRANCIS REYNOLDS, 136 E Ruscomb St , SI Ambrose WILLIAM LOWEL RICCI, 289 E. Queen La., Sl. Vincent de Paul. JAMES EDWARD RICHARDS, 139 Meehan Ave., Holy Cross. WILLIAM PATRICK RICHARDSON, 1626 Womralh Sl., SI. Joachim's. WILLIAM EARL RIDGWAY, 3626 Frank- ford Ave., SI. Joan of Arr. JOHN WILLIAM RIETH, 3617 Marshall St., SI. Veronica's. CHARLES NEUMAN RILEY, 421B "O" SI., Holy lnnocenls. HARRY ANDREW RILLING, 1757 Mascher SI., Sl. Michael's. EDWARD FRANCIS ROBINSON, 5222 Mon- lour St., Sl. Ambrose. SIM, l Cl' JAMES EDWARD QUINN 4354 Potter Sf Holy lnnocenls MICHAEL JOSEPH RAAB 210 E Frsher Ave SI Ambrose GREGORY JOSEPH RADZAVAGE 2306 E Cumberland SI Sf Annes DOMINIC RAYMOND RAFFAELE 208 W Manheim SI Sl Francis ofAssrs1 DENNIS JAMES RANALDI 4518 Tacka wanna Sf Maler Dolorosa EDMUND WILLIAM RAPONE 7614 Tabor R Sl Ceclvas FRANK JOSEPH RAUSCHER 3034 N Percy SI Sl Bonavenlules JAMES J RAZZAINO 5113 Ncwhall SI Sl Franrls of Assisi 4 ..4 E I 9 I I I new - 9 4 I . I I- , 1 -' , ,, I , 2? S -I y T A I "1, I I ',2" 2 ' is y ff I -I lo 1 K , A J li l Q55 Fifi mi 1 . . .55 .. ,.., , ,N . . ,W 5. .Zigi-, . . M . -Ei.. . .Q F: . L. i, -' -6.1, v j .5 .il 1 , , a ..- . I gifs? 3 .1 N I ii 4' Y' sf 1-Q42 r LF ss U, , I Y r If We 3 ,0 , hi' ' .ps L3 166 .I 1959 sembr class MARK ANTHONY ROSSI, 4925 Royal Sl., Sl. Michael ol lhe Sainls. RICHARD MICHAEL ROSSITER, 2425 E. Cambria Sl., Nalivily B.V.M. EDWARD JOSEPH ROTH, 749 E. Willard Sl., Ascension ol Our Lord. RICHARD JOSEPH ROTH, 3168 Aramingo Ave., Sl. Aclclberfs. JOHN RONALD ROTHWEILER, 3352 N. Mascher Sl., Sl. Hugh's. JOHN WESLEY ROUP, 4003 N. 12lh Sl., Sl. Slephen's. JAMES JOSEPH ROWLEY, 251 Haines Sl., Sl. Vincenl de Paul. JOSEPH JOHN ROZANSKI, 3221 Chal- ham Sl., Sl. Adalberl's. GEORGE JOSEPH RUSH, 2515 E. Cam- bria Sl., Nalivily B.V.M. JOSEPH THOMAS RUSSO, 5915 Belfield Ave., Our Lady ol lhe Rosary. RALPH JOSEPH RUSSO, 3236 N. Broad Sl., Sl. Slephen's. JOSEPH RICHARD RYAN, 1319 W. Vic- loria Sl., Sl. Slephen's. RAYMOND SAMUEL RYAN, 3290 Ara- mingo Ave., Nalivily B.V.M. FRANCIS DANIEL RYNKIEWICZ, 3144 Cholhom Sl., Nalivily B.V.M. EDWARD KENNETH RYZNER, 2959 Mer- cer Sl., Sl. Adalberfs. ANGELO PAUL SAMBENEDETTO, 2837 Al- mond Sl., Molher ol Divine Grace. .Q , .. 4. , RQ 1 I i STERLING DAVID ROBINSON, 220 E. Church La., Sl. Calherine ol Sienna. JOSEPH ALOYSIUS ROCK, 3156 Cedar Sl., Nalivily B.V.M. RALPH JOSEPH ROGERS, 4545 N. 19lh Sl., Sl. Francis ol Assisi. WILLIAM FRANCIS ROLLER, 721 E. Corn- wall Sl., Ascension of Our Lord. ALEXANDER ROMANIES, 5028 Newhall Sl., Sl. Francis ol Assisi. ROMAN STEPHEN ROMANOWSKI, 2839 E. Elkharl Sl., Sl. Adalberl's. FRANCIS DANIEL ROSELLA, 4741 "B" Sl., Sl. Ambrose. JOHN MARTIN ROSS, 3335 "G" Sl., As- cension of Our Lord. L - l If Q if an The underclassmen hold an in- formal conference before the commencement of school. JOHN ALBERT SANDER, 4047 "J" St., ' , Holy Innocents. N' I 'Y ' Q- MICHAEL FRANK SANTIVASCI, 2363 E. L .L I Somerset SI., Sl. Anne's. gf ,Q .. Qi? I EDWARD Louis SANTUS, 36 w. Abington I I Ave., Our Molher of Consolation. 2 JULIUS JOSEPH SAROCY, 2120 E. Hunt- ii 4 I ingdon St., St. Anne's. - V A 0 FRANCIS JOSEPH SASSA, 4145 N. Frank- lin St., 51. Henry's. 0, V Af I CHARLES GILBERT SCHAEFFER, 2139 N. . 'K 'U 4' K 9' Randolph St., SI. Edward the Confessor. L . Ev AUGUST HENRY SCHALL, 3419 HA" sf., ,Q I WF'-3' " SI. Hugh's, -I ALPHONSE CHARLES SCHIAVONE, 2908 X we K Belgrade St., Mother of Divine Grace. WILLIAM EARL SCHROEDER, 3343 Clear- field St., Corpus Christi. Q' 4 ,e-r if I JOHN JOSEPH scoff, 2565 E. ontario I ' si., Nanvny s.v.M. L3 Y . L 2 4, ANDREW VALENTINE SEGER, 3607 N. . ' xr A iik j In 11th St., St. Stephen's. 'f . ' , MICHAEL JOSEPH SEIF, 744 E. Madman I Ii ' St., Ascension of Our Lord. . 5 ' A 1 f K' l 4' ROBERT PAUL SEITTER, 1021 Gorman St., Maternity of B.V.M. EDWARD JOSEPH SERRO, 2733 E. Som- erset St., Mother of Divine Grace. WILLIAM A. SERVIS, 724 W. Cambria SI., St. Edward the Confessor, JAMES FRANCIS SEXTON, 1247 Hancock St., St. Michael's. ROBERT JOSEPH SHALLCROSS 3521 Mallcl SI Ascension of Our Lord CHARLES JOSEPH SHARKEY 4055 Reese Sf sr Veronicas KENNETH ALBERT SHARP 3248 Kelm Ascension of Our Lord GERARD JAMES SHAY 2603 E Alle gheny Ave Nativity B VM FRANK JOSEPH SHEREL 2348 E Hazzard S SI Anne s THOMAS JOSEPH SHERIDAN 3235 N American St SI Hughs FREDERICK THOMAS SHETZ 2804 N Ork ney SI SI Edward Ihe Confessor JOHN FRANCIS SHUMANIS 4012 Lawn dole SI Holy Innocenis 6- 1 L gi Qi ., T I gr , 1 ,S V 'fsf,l , H T h qi C A A ...J K .mf -rf fix? ii gf .Q M , if .H Hiilifigk :vii-.1l": 5 5 U ,L-W., -, 21 1 M.'2"-:i- Y . ..,,. ,., ., Q 952' . X " S2 L gi fee .:. -fm. si I s 'sniff SW JOSEPH FREDERICK SHURON 112 Luray SI SI Ambrose JOSEPH FRANCIS SIWINSKI 3154 Mer cer SI Si Adalberls JOSEPH MICHAEL SKLENCAR 2011 Rowan SI SI John Nepomecene JOSEPH EDWARD SLATTERY 8122 EI beron Ave SI Cecilios JAMES FRANCIS SLOAN 128 W. Wishort S. Si. Hu h s. ANTHONY JOSEPH SMITH 2080 E. Pacific SI. SI, Joan of Arc. BRIAN JOSEPH SMITH 219 E. Sedgwick SI. Holy Cross. EDWARD EAVID SMITH 4628 Hedge SI, SI. Joachim s. FRANCIS JOSEPH SMITH 3457 Joyce SI. SI. Joan of Arc. FRED LEE SMITH 242 W. Johnson SI. Sl. Madeleine Sophie. JAMES FRANCIS SMITH, 2322 E. Clear- Iield SI., Noliviiy B.V.M. JOHN GEORGE SMITH, 2nd and Hillside Ave., Our Lady of Grace. WALTER STEVEN SMYKAL, 210 W. Som- erset SI., Sf. Edward the Confessor. HENRY JOSEPH SNYDER, 1942 Church SI., SI. Joachim's. GEORGE WILLIAM SOKORAI, 3265 N. Newkirk St., Corpus Christi. RICHARD HERMAN SOSDORF, 4723 "D" SI., Sl. Ambrose. S... J' 1- ,vt ' --s... . .1 . -1 . ,. I . - M21 "W ' 1 , ,mai z. . I. ,ILM Q Fi, ,.. W., t 7 5... . A G' . G K 3' I 5 v .EM I I I L . QR' 4 fn.. -" .I. w., K Q , - ' I If .5 ,ek L .Spay IM. sw , . , . sf- ,K N .W N - JNI '22 15? I -- fy Q, .39 A .5 . fr, , , : A-Q, , . A . W, X... 2 mf: : . .-X, ,., ANTHONY BOLESLAUS STERNER 2653 E ElkharI SI Nahvily B VM JAMES RICHARD STINSON 3014 AgoIe SI Nahvny BVM JOSEPH WILLIAM STOLTZ 4439 N 4Ih SI Henrys JON RALPH STRAIN 5247 Arbor SI Ambrose WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN Spruce Ave Box 161 SI Agnes EDWARD JOSEPH SWEENEY 3458 N WaIer SI SI Hugh s GEORGE JAMES SWEENEY 3032 Melvole SI Nalivify B V M MICHAEL DOMINIC SWEENEY 313 Zer alda SI SI Franris ol Assisi TERRENCE JOHN SWEENEY 2366 E Cum berand SI SI Annes GEORGE MICHAEL SYKES 1717 W B s o SI Sr Sfephens JOSEPH EDWARD SYKES 529 E an If SI SI Williams JOSEPH RAYMOND SYNOL 3614 Tulip SI SI Joan of Arc RICHARD JAMES TARZIASKI 2136 Ken nedy SI SI Bartholomew s PAUL FRANCIS TAYLOR 4323 Plling SI SI Joachim s GERALD JOSEPH TEITMAN 3937 L SI Holy lnnocenls HENRY JOSEPH TEPPER 2079 E Lippln coII SI Nalivily B V M pix 1.4 LIIQ1- ,-jiv . QFD vu A if G as ANTHONY JULIUS SPAGNOLIA, 4709 Greene SI., SI. Michael of Ihe Sainls. PAUL JOHN SPIEGLER, 4129 N. 9Ih SI., SI. Henry's. THOMAS ANTHONY SPOLTORE, 4134 Cas- Ior Ave., Holy lnnorenls. ROBERT LAWRENCE SPRINGER, 145 W. Sylvania SI., SI. Francis ol Assisi. GEORGE LESLIE STARK, 7020 Clearview SI., Holy Cross. ROBERT MICHAEL STASZAK, 3276 E. Thompson SI., SI. Adulbe-rI's. JACOB DAVID STENCLER, 3266 Almond SI., SI. Adalberfs. HOWARD MICHAEL STEPHENSON 3230 N 13Ih SI SI Slephcns 'U' 'Saks' ww "4?" Q4 - Q Q l dl ISQQIQQ gm-I ,I I9 9 senior class WALTER FREDERICK TRAENKLE 430 E Mentor St St Ambrose JOHN HENRY TRAMPE 2857 N 28th St Corpus Christ: ROBERT THOMAS TRAVERSE 2320 Ortho dox St St Joachrms ANDREW JOHN TREBOLIS 3175 Janney SI St Adalberts JOSEPH CHARLES TRICKEL 5123 Arbor St St Ambrose ROBERT JOSEPH TRICOSKI 504 E Wish art St Ascension of Our Lord WILLIAM LAWRENCE TROMBETTA 3033 Tuhp St Mother of Dtvrne Grace GEORGE ATKINSON TRUDEL 3253 Hurley St Ascension ot Our Lord ROBERT WILLIAM TUCKER 3242 W AI Iegheny Ave Corpus Christ: EDWARD DAVID TULLY 911 W Somersef St St Edward the Confessor DANIEL JOSEPH TUMOLO, 3400 Prlnce ton Ave, St Matthew's JOHN JOSEPH TUONO, 3347 Amber St, Mother of Dlvme Grace JOSEPH HENRY TUSTIN, 1348 Steunber St, St Joan of Arc WAYNE ANTHONY TWARON, 4501 N 18th St, St Ladrslaus THEODORE JOHN UERKVITZ, 4152 N Reese St, St Henry's WILLIAM RICHARD VALONIS, 3308 Luv mgston St, Nativity B VM NJ! 1, sw? -A QTEK I AIM 'Q XX, GEORGE THOMAS TERRANOVA 5110 Marlon SI St Michael ol the Saint ROBERT PATRICK TIMM 2020 Rowan St St Stephen s WILLIAM MICHAEL TIMM 2020 Rowan St St Stephens RICHARD WILLIAM TIPPING 117 E Mt Pleasant Ave , Holy Cross JOSEPH VINCENT TOCZYDLOWSKI 1848 Madlson St Ascension ol Our Lord PHILIP ANTHONY TOMASHESKI 2433 E Indlana Ave St Adalberts GUIDO THOMAS TORO 2072 E Clear field St Natlvlty B VM ROBERT FRANCIS TORZONE 1914 W Huntlng Park Ave , St Ladlslaus 4 agen! :Q I EJ ,kos K Last minute homework is com- pleted before the 9:15 bell rings. f,,.e'.w , -51, -. - .. 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FRANCIS STANLEY WARNECKI 841 Corn- wall St. St. Adolbert s. JOHN MICHAEL WASKO 3179 E. Thomp- son St. Nativity B.V.M . ROBERT JOSEPH WEICKE 2436 Franklin St. St. Edward the Confessor. JOHN ANDREW WERMUTH, 2833 N. Lawr- ence St., St. Bonaventure's. JAMES RICHARD WHALEN, 1916 E. Tioga St., St. Joan of Arc. ANTHONY JOHN WILCZYNSKI, 2539 E. 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RICHARD Absentee Reporter I4 yrsl Mlssron Collector I3 yrsl Foot ball Manager Intramural Basketball Football COFFEY JOHN Orchestra I4 yrsl Band I3 yrsl Sacrrstans I2 yrsl Falcon Staff Mrsslon Collector Falconrans I3 yrsl COLANGELO PAUL Mrsslon Collector I3 yrsl Usher Intramural Basketball, Foot ba COLE THOMAS Intramural Basketball Football COLELLA ANTHONY Intramural Foot ball Basketball COLLINS JOSEPH Intramurals Honor Ro COLSHER JOHN Intramural Basketball Football Color Guard CONNOR ROBERT Cross Country Track Team Intramural Basketball Football Softball CONNERY JOHN Absentee Reporter I2 yrsl Stage Crew I2 yrsl Mrssuon Col Iector German Club I2 yrsl CONNELLY MICHAEL Absentee R porter CONAWAY JOHN Intramural Basket ball Softball Football CONVERY EDWARD Football I4 yrsl Sectron Otflcor Mtssron Collector COOPER DAVID Intramural Basketball Football CORCORAN DANIEL Mrssron Collector I2 yrsl Debating Team Band Intramural Football Basketball Football Manager COSTIGAN JOHN Honor Roll Varstty Show Good News Intramural Football Basketball Tramc Squad COWART JOHN Intramural Softball Football, Basketball CRAIG JOHN Mrsston Collector, Track Team CRAWFORD FRANCIS Section Ollcer, Intramural Football Basketball CRAVEN VINCENT Sectuon Ottlcer Var srty Bowlmg Intramural Football Basket ball Bowlrng Softball Tramc Squad Mrssron Collector CRESSMAN JOHN Absentee Reporter Section Ollcer Varstty Show Intramural Football Basketball Softball CRUGNALE JOHN Section Ollcer Mrs sron Collector Chemrstry Club Honor Roll Intramural Softball CRUMETY FRANCIS Vorsrty Cross Coun try I3 yrsl Track I4 yrsl Tramc Squad, Intramural Football Basketball CUNNINGHAM WALTER Intramural Football Basketball CYMBOR JOHN Sacrrstan I2 yrsl Traf llc Squad CZESCIK CHESTER Raduo Club Intra mural Football Basketball Varsrty Foot ba DAMELIO JOSEPH Intramural Football, Basketball Softball JV Football DARDIS THOMAS Mrssuon Club, Intra mural Football Softball DAVIS JAMES Varsnty Football I2 yrs I, Intramural Basketball Softball Section Omcer Trafllc Squad DAVIS GERALD-Varsuty Soccer I3 yrsl Mrssron Collector Intramural Basketball, Football DANAK EDWARD Mrssron Collector, Sacnstan Sectton Omcer DEENEY JOSEPH Intramural Football DELLIPONTI PETER Radio Club Llbrar ICN DELONG ANTHONY Intramural Foot ball Cross Country I2 yrs I, Absentee Reporter DE MARIO JOSEPH Absentee Reporter, DEMPSEY JOHN Varsrty Football Mes snon Collector DEPERRO RAYMOND Intramural Bas ketball Section Olllcer Bowling DEVENNEY THOMAS Soctton Omcel' Honor Roll Intramural Football Basket ba DEVLIN EDWARD Intramural Football, Basketball DEVLIN JAMES Intramural Basketball Football DIAMOND JOSEPH Intramural Football DICKEL WILLIAM Intramural Bowltng, Football Basketball DI POMPEO CARMEN Intramural Foot ba DI SANDRO VINCENT Track DISTEI. 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