St Johns University - Yearbook (Queens, NY)

 - Class of 1949

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'32 l 1.-lf cm Q 'wil Q 99 an Wt? 99 ' yn, ,.,. I iii? Lb? R LESLIE' I The i948-49 Varsity Rifle team, under the coaching eye of Tito of seven wins, two losses in second-place tie with Columbia in the Balestrieri, turned in a commendable record league competition, thereby earning a Metropolitan Intercollegiate Rifle League standings. The fusileers prepared for their league schedule by engaging the Equite able Life nimrods in two warmup matches. The first of these, staged on ' ' l' i334-l332 mar- October 29, saw the Redmen emerge victorious by a s im gin. The second, staged November l2, was won by St. John's with exactly the same score, l334, to l329 for the insurance combine. Soph Bob Murphy was high for the Redmen in both matches, with 28l in the first and 278 in the second. ln the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Rifle League invitation tournament, the St. John's sharpshooters placed third behind NYU and Kings Point. Vin Vella, a newcomer to St. Jonn's rifle competition, placed second in individual scoring in the MIRL with a 275.62 average. At the Varsity S-J Dinner on May 25, major awards went to John ' P l DiBasi, who captained the team, Dick Sempowich, Bob Murphy, and au Al Avallone, Bob Buchbauer, manager. Freshman letters were awarded to Bou, Pat Connelly, Dan Fitzgerald, Ma rio Gambino, Harry Lea, Henry Merriman, and Vin Vella. l37 ,f """ ,,.,.,,, ,.,A.,,,,i if ,lzr I !,-V Rifle 1-carnal-I imgnff . r f Nlifipnrgj' Rifle Association of America Sf.lJ6hn's'Universit I 'f ' ment lCascone' Me!rnoll'lgla'lll::pIT: M-

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SICQC R ln a return match with Pratt, the booters managed to squeeze out a l-l tie. Goalie Ray Boffardi scored his only shutout of the season in the final game against Queens College, 2-O. As coach of the team, Rev. Joseph Browne, C.M. did a standout job. l-le was handicapped by a lack of experienced personnel, and met A " an the situation by molding a tight defensive club. Fullbacks Jack Kaiser .exi ' and Jim Szabo along with halfback Deery gave Boffardi plenty of pro- Q , tection in the nets. Bernie Tansey and Jack Reddy, both lacking pre- h ' , vious experience, were a great help to the team along with rough and hard-fighting Dan Finn. With eight members of the starting lineup and some of the re- serves due back next fall, Father Browne should have a sound team. Plenty of defense and very little offense characterized the soccer club this year. Lacking experience and a scoring punch, the booters compiled a record of two wins, five losses and one tie. They scored only seven times in their eight games, being held goalless on four occasions. Three men did all the scoring, Captain John Deery and Forward Claude Dragten each scored three times while freshman Bernie Keegan dented the twines for the other goal. However, the opposition 'tallied only eleven times. The team opened the season with a win over Brooklyn College, 2-l, but then dropped their next contest to Pratt in the final ten seconds of an overtime by a 3-2 Count. ln their next four games, the Redmen failed to score, losing to Columbia, Panzer, Queens College and City College. The first three games were l-O scores while the last was 3-O.

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