St Leonards Academy - Leonardian Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)
- Class of 1960
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Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1960 volume:
The baslc obgectuve of any form of education IS to
prepare a student to assume responslbllnty and take
his place In society
The mam goal of a Catholuc busmess education ns
the development of an mdlvldual with broad trammg
In both the humamtles and prlnclples of busmess
capable of Independent lmagmatuve and constructuve
thought A Catholic busmess educatlon will help the
student acqulre a general knowledge of his chosen
field develop has capacity to reason develop a sense
A Catholic busmess education wall also help develop
ln a student an mqulrlng analytical and searchlng
mind and a code of ethics lncludmg honesty mtegrlty
and an uncompromising respect for the rlghts ot
Fmally we believe that a Catholic busmess educa
hon should help develop In an mdlvldual the capacity
to grow In wisdom and experience We alm at turn
mg out men who are capable of makmg a contrlbu
tlon to socuety
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of values and help him communicate more effectively.
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Publlshed by the students of St Leonard s Hugh School
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Table of Contents
FACULTY cmd ADMINISTRATION
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His Excellency Most Reverend
BRYAN J. MC ENTEGART, D.D.
Bishop of Brooklyn
BROTHER BERTRAND, O.S.F.
Superior Generol of the Franciscan Brothers
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REV. BROTHER BARTHOLOMEW, O.S.F.
Stenography, Typing, Business law, Office Practice
Bu iness Education
l'll never get these alumni letters out if there are any more interruptions!"
REV BROTHER PIUS OSF
Stenography Transcription Business
Mathematics, English, Business law, Religion
LEONARDIAN Moderator, Alumni
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Brother Bartholomew fixes a machine during his
9 A.M. oflice practice class.
REV. BROTHER GABRIEL, O.5.F.
Business Mathematics, Bookkeeping, World
Geography, School Treasurer, Senior Retreat
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REV. BROTHER ALFRED, 0.S.F.
Stenography, Transcription, Dean of
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MR FRANCIS C WISSEI.
Englnsh Buology Speech
Chalrman of Social Achvmes Moderafor
of the Parems Association Swimming Coach
MR THOMAS OROURKE
English American History
World Hlsiory Rellglon
REV BROTHER KIlIAN OS F
English Omce Prachce Semor Relreaf
Moderafor Friar s ledger Co Moderator
REV BROTHER EUGENE OSF
Sensor Relreaf Modorator
Frnar s ledger Moderafor
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Gary Serluco points out the siruciure of the
Shalxespearlan Theater to his classmaies
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MR. HENRY C. SPRINGMAN
MR. LAWRENCE J. BONEllI
, Biolo Introduction to Business
General Science, Algebra, Business
Mathematics, Biology, Business-Management
Finel Now distinguish between the left ventricle
and the right ventricle.
lt's not as simple as 2 and 2.
REV. BROTHER CHRISTIAN, O.S.F.'
General Science, Religion,
J-V Basketball Coach
REV. BROTHER GRATIAN, O.S.F.
General Science, Religion, Friar's ledger
REV. BROTHER MATTHIAS, 0.S.F.
Typing, Bookkeeping, Biology
Third Order Moderaior
Was it I492 or 1497?
REV. BROTHER JOGUES, 0.S.F.
Religion, World Geography, Inirodudion to
MR. BARTHOLOMEW ARIOSO
World History, American History, Religion
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The first point of our discussion is the growth of the 0-43,
Church from the death of St. Stephen.
REV. BROTHER VICTOR, O.S.F.
Religion, Oflice Practice
REV. FATHER JOHN ANOIA, O.F.M., Cap.
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Cap. receives the profession of
Michael Albano into the third
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Francis Castellano looks on.
Chaplain at St. leonard's Friary
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Varsity Basketball Coach
REV. BROTHER CHRISTIAN
Junior Varsity Basketball Coach
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REV BROTHER BARTHOLOMEW OS F REV BROTHER VICTOR OS F
Bowling Coach Baseball Coach
MR LAWRENCE BONELLI
MR FRANCIS C WISSEL REV BROTHER JOGUES OSF
Swlmmlng Coach Swlmmmg Coach
Mr Francis Wlssel shows Brother Alfred the final tally of points
m the St Leonard s Cardinal Hayes meet
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MR. THOMAS J. Mc GWYNN MR. MlCHAEl MOLINARI
Ragisfrar Secretary fo The Principal
Mr T .I McGwynn records marks on Tally sheets
Mrs. Rose Mangan serves lunch Oo Mr. Michael Molinari
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REV. BROTHER WALTER, U.5.F.
Typing, Biology, Religion
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JOSEPH VICTOR AGOGLIA
228 4th Avenue
Brooklyn I5 New York
Our Lady of Peace
MICHAEL GENNARO ALBANO
'I352 85th Street
Brooklyn 28 New York
LEONARDIAN 'I Track 'I23 Ser
vlce Squad 23 Third Order I2
M Anthony N pol ope ates the Gestetne meog oph g och e du
In his office pract ce class
ROBERT JOSEPH ARCIERO
575 Grand Street
New York 2 New York
Swlmmlng 2 Thnrd Order I
LEONARD JOHN AUTERI
222 East 5th Street
Brooklyn I8 New York
Immaculate Heart of Mary
Baseball 2 3 4 Bowling 4 Thurd
Order I 2 3 4
ANTHONY AUGUSTINE BARRESE RICHARD ANTHONY BARSOTTI
642 44th Street 142 West 4th Street
Brooklyn 23 New York New York 12 New York
Saint Michael Our Lady of Pompeu
ROBERT GERARD BAGGOT
3112 Emmons Avenue
Brooklyn 15 New York
ANTHONY FRANCIS BILARDI EDWARD WILLIAM CAHILL JOSEPH THOMAS CANNON
34 Lawrence Avenue 613 78th Street 97 Grant Avenue
Brooklyn 35 New York Brooklyn 9 New York Brooklyn 8 New York
Holy Ghost Samf Ephrem Blessed Sacrament
D. W. Hagelbarger, Bell Telephone Laboratories, inserts an error into a message
being fed through his error-correcting code demonstrator.
DAMIAN PAUL CARLINO RICHARD WILLIAM CARROLL
'I2-II Astoria Boulevard 715 East 45th Street
Astoria 2, New York Brooklyn 3, New York
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Saint Theresa of Lesieux
ARTHUR ALPHONSE CARDAIO
I72 Prince Street
New York I2 New York
Saint Anthony of Padua
FRANK CARMINE CASTELLANO
673 Sterling Place
Brooklyn 38, New York
Saint Teresa of Avila
Class Officer I,2,3p LEONARDIAN
1,25 Baseball 2, Servivce Squad
l,2,3g Third Order I,2,3,4.
ERIC ROY CASTIGLIA
I3 Dowmng Street
New York I4 New York
Our Lady of Pompeu
Dance Commlttee 3 .lumor Prom
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FRANKLIN JOSEPH CIRULLO
452 Humboldt Street
Brooklyn 'll New York
MICHAEL ANTHONY CI.ARO
247 Rogers Avenue
Brooklyn 25 New York
Samt Cecilia Samt Ignatius
Class Offlcer 34 FRIARS LEDGER
2 Leo Honor Soclety 34 Thurd
Order I 2 3 4
Class Officer 2 Track I2 Basket
ball 2 Thurd Order 3 4
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CARL ANTHONY CORDANO
42 Grove Street
New York I4, New York
Our Lady of Pompeu
Class Officer 3,4, Track I, Servuce
Squad 3,4, Swlmmmg 3, Thlrd
EDWARD JOSEPH COULTER ANTHONY BLAISE CUSANELLI
IIO 44 84th Avenue 1442 East 'I3th Street
Richmond Hull 18, New York Brooklyn 30, New York
Holy Child Jesus Saint Brendan
Thlrd Order I
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ARTHUR WILLIAM DAUPHIN
439 16th Street
Brooklyn I5 New York
Class Officer 3 FRIARS LEDGER 3
WILLIAM EDWARD DONOHUE
442 23rd Street
Brooklyn I5 New York
Saint Francas Xavaer
DANIEL JOSEPH DUFFY
635 Grand Avenue
Brooklyn 34 New York
Thurd Order I 2 3
ROBERT EDWARD DE NYSE
I9 Commerce Street
New York I4 New York
Our Lady of Pompell
Class Omcer 3 Athletlc Commlt
tee Swimming I23 Thlrd Order
I 2 3 4
JOHN JOSEPH DESMOND
89 53 207th Street
Bellalre New York
Class Officer 2 Jumor Prom Com
JOHN JOSEPH DRESCH
315 8th Avenue
Brooklyn I9 New York
Q1' WIN 'wx
JAMES EUGENE DUFFY JOSEPH CHARLES DURNICK
III2 Dean Street 633 Leonard Street
Brooklyn I6 New York Brooklyn 22 New York
Saint Teresa of Avila Holy Family
Class Officer I 2
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WILLIAM JOHN GERLICK
328 East 90th Street
New York 28 New York
Our Lady Of Good Counsel
JOHN VINCENT GIBBONS
2522 Newkurk Avenue
Brooklyn 26 New York
GUILIO P FRANCESCHINI
218 Thompson Streei
MARK CHARLES FUCHS New Yon' I2 New Ymk
1004 Hegemon Avenue
Brooklyn 15 New York
Our Lady of Pompeu
Mr Herbert F B 9 P eslden! llehj and M Paul J Brun ng Chou
mo of the Board Cha les Brumng Comp ny Inc e umm sharp po
mane I enlo gemenf of the 35mm mc ol'1Im draw ngs made by new
Brun ng Copy? on Model 1000 Enla ge p fer P is of this type can be
made ol product on afe of 3 Io 4 cop es per m nule
JAMES SYLVESTER GILL
58 42 Catalpa Avenue
Ridgewood 27 New York
LEROY JOSEPH GREENE
706 Jefferson Avenue
Brooklyn 2'I New York
Our Lady Of Good Counsel
Track I 23 4 Basketball I 2 Thurd
Order 'I 2
STEPHEN JAMES GUIDO
36 Chestnut Street
Brooklyn 8 New York
Class Officer 'I2 Track 'I Third
Order 1 2
JAMES JUSTIN HANNITY
319 Kmckerbocker Avenue
Brooklyn 34, New York
St Leonard of Port Maurrce
THOMAS DANIEL HART
'I'I 73 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn 26, New York
Class Officer I.
FRANK JOSEPH HLAVA
366 South Second Street
Brooklyn 11, New York
Service Squad 2,3
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EDMOND WILLIAM HODGENS
189 Saint Mark's Avenue
Brooklyn 38, New York
Third Order 1,2.
COMPUTER HANDLES ATLAS INVENTORY RECORDS-This electronic computer has
been set up to handle the inventory records of spare parts for the Air Force Atlas
intercontinental ballistic missile.
FRANCIS JOSEPH KENNEDY
I3 Market Street
New York 2, New York
MICHAEL THOMAS HUMES EDWARD RICHARD KENNEY
278 Logan Street 287 Autumn Avenue
Brooklyn 8, New York B05elD0ll 3- Brooklyn 8, New York
Blessed Sacrament Blessed Sacrament
FRlAR'S LEDGER 1,45 Track If Ser- Class Officer lg LEONARDIAN l,2,3
vice Squad I,2,3,4p Third Order Swimming l,2,3.
SAMUEL JOSEPH KENNISON
138 Noble Street
Brooklyn 22, New York
Saint Anthony of Padua
Class Officer 3, FRIAR'S LEDGER 4,
DONALD DAVID KING
1280 Pacific Street
Brooklyn 16, New York
Nativity of Our Lord
Class Officer 1,2, LEONARDIAN 2,
Track 2, Service Squad 3,4, Dance
Committee 3, Third Order 1,2,3,4,
Basketball Intramural 1.
FREDERICK J. KERBER
2738 Woods Avenue
Oceanside 78, New York
JOHN JOSEPH KIERNAN
109-65 198th Street
Queens 79, New York
Saint Pascal Baylon
Swimming 3, Basketball 4.
WILLIAM LEO KRAHAM
1666 10th Avenue
Brooklyn 15, New York
Holy Name of Jesus
JOHN MICHAEL' KUTCH
46 Henry Street
Brooklyn 1, New York
St. James Pro-Cathedral
Class Officer 1, LEONARDIAN
Track 1, Swimming 1.
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PHILIP PASQUALE LATERZA RICHARD FRANCIS LAURO
942 Pacific Street 50'I President Street
Brooklyn 38, New York Brooklyn I5, New York
Saint Joseph Our Lady of Peace
Mr. August R. Salemme of the Mergenthaler Company demonstrates cl small press
used in business offices.
MICHAEL JOSEPH LEE
59 Park Place
Brooklyn I7, New York
I Saint Augustine
LEONARDIAN 3, FRIAR'S LEDGER
3,45 Poster Club, Dance Committee.
EVERETT LESLIE LOUIS
1507 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn 26, New York
ARTHUR LOUIS LONERGAN
98 52 205th Street
Hollls 38 New York
PATRICK JOSEPH LOUGHLIN
318 Eckford Street
Brooklyn 18 New York
Class Officer 2 3 LEONARDIAN 2 3
FRIAR S LEDGER 2 3 4 Swlmmmg Sam' Anthony of Padua
Class Omcer 2 Track 1
Key punched cards containing market data are placed In a card feed by
Wrllvam J Borgattu programmer at the Westbury plant of O E Mc
MICHAEL CARMINE LOVALLO
49 Spencer Street
Brooklyn 5 New York
Track 1 2
JOHN PETER LUONGO
1671 East New York Avenue
Brooklyn 33 New York
Our Lady of Loretto
Bowling 1 2 3 4
DONALD GEORGE LYNCH
570 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn 'I8 New York
LEONARDIAN I Thlrd Order I
CHARLES PATRICK MCATEER
635 Sterlmg Place
Brooklyn 38 New York
Saint Teresa of Avila
Baseball I Bowllng 2 Track 2
Basketball I 3
JOSEPH JOHN McCARTHY
48 Gratten Street
New Hyde Park New York
DANIEL PATRICK McGOURAN
'I56 Indra Street
Brooklyn 22 New York
St Anthony of Padua
Baseball 3 Bowlmg 3 Class Oflicer
3 Thlrd Order I 2 34
DANIEL ALOYSIUS McHUGH
692 Wulloughby Avenue
Brooklyn 6 New York
Samt John The Baptist
Class Officer I 3 Thlrd Order 'I
THEODORE PATRICK McHUGH
692 Willoughby Avenue
Brooklyn 6 New York
Saint John The Baptist
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code with D. W. Hugelborger, center, and S. T. Meyers, left. All three men are with
Ball Telephone laboratories.
FRANCIS THOMAS McNAMEE
399 Stratford Road
Brooklyn 18, New York
Basketball 25 LEONARDIAN 1
Baseball lp Track 1.
DENNIS PAUL MEAGHER THOMAS JOHN MULLIN
311 Baltic Street 594 Park Place
Brooklyn 1, New York Brooklyn 38, New York
Saint Paul Saint Teresa of Avila
Swimming 3. LEONARDIAN 1, Third Order 1.
ANTHONY DOMINIC NAPOLI
441 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn 11, New York
Saint Francis De Paola
PATRICK JAMES NAUGHTON
449 64th Street
Brooklyn 20 New York
FRANCIS THOMAS NASTASI
52 O6 Skillman Avenue
Woodside 77 New York
Queen of Angels Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Third Order 2 Basketball I 2
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PATRICK JAMES O'CONNOR VINCENT JOHN PAOLELLA
'IO4 Indra Street 590 Vanderbllt Avenue
Brooklyn 22, New York Brooklyn 38, New York
Saint Anthony of Padua Saint Joseph
EDWARD CHARLES NORTON
796 Classon Avenue
Brooklyn 'I6 New York
Saint Teresa of Avila
Basketball I 3
MICHAEL ANTHONY PEDONE
93 I6 74th Place
Woodhaven 21, New York
LEONARDIAN 3,4, Track 2, Athletic
Committee 3, Prom Committee 4
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FRANCIS ANTHONY PEPE
100 Maduson Street
New York 2 New York
Baseball I 2 3 4 Basketball 4 Ser
DENNIS VINCENT PLATT
2723 Church Avenue
vlce Squad 3 4
Brooklyn 26 New York
ROLAND JOSEPH RANKEL
58 35 69th Avenue
Rudgewood 27 New York
Class Officer I Track 12 Servuce
Squad 2 3 Jumor Prom Commlttee
Leo Honor Society 3 Third Order
I 2 3 Service Squad 3 4
JAMES FRANCIS REYNOLDS
1302 East 48th Street
Brooklyn 34 New York
Saint Vmcent Ferrer
Class Ofticer 1 LEONARDIAN I 4
FRIARS LEDGER 'I4 Basketball I
Leo Honor Society 4 Thlrd Order
I 2 3 4
ROBERT FRANCIS QUADRINO
529 46th Street
Brooklyn 20 New York
Samt John the Evangelist
Third Order I 2
JOSEPH CHARLES RIELLY
'l2l 27 l33rd Street
South Ozone Park 20 New York
Saint Clement Pope
Class Officer I
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EDWARD JOSEPH RITTER
584 10th Street
Brooklyn l5, New York
Baseball 27 Basketball 2,3.
An IBM 305 Rama: electronic computer at the Elizabeth, N. J., plant of The Thomas
8 Betts Co. producas the latest sales and inventory information within seconds.
RICHARD JOHN RYAN
3 East Market Street
Queens 95, New York
SALVATORE ANTHONY RUSSO NICHOLAS MICHAEL SACCO
438 Park Avenue
Brooklyn 5, New York
Saint Thomas Moore
203 Bridge Street
Class Officer 2, Basketball 4, Swim- Brooklyn 1, New York
ming ly Leo Honor Society 2. I
JOHN ERIC SAN DBERG
107 West 86th Street
New York 24, New York
Class Oflicer 3.
JAMES JOHN SHANAHAN
53 68th Place
Maspeth 78, New York
St. Mary Help of Christians
STEPHEN AUGUSTINE SAPORITO
7710 15th Avenue
Brooklyn 28, New York
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Class Officer 3, LEONARDIAN 1,
Baseball 2,35 Service Squad 2,3,
Swimming 2,3, Third Order 1,2,3,4.
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GARY STEPHEN SERLUCO
1289 Decatur Street
Brooklyn 7, New York
Fourteen Holy Martyrs
LEONARDIAN 3,4, Track 1,25 Third
Order 1,2,3,4, Service Squad 4,
Dance Committee 3,45 Prom Com-
ROBERT ANTHONY SIRIGNANO
JOHN PAUL SHAY
175 Lott Street
Brooklyn 26, New York
Track 1, Third Order 1,2.
172 Worth Street
New York 13, New York
Class Officer 3, FRlAR'S LEDGER 3
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JOHN pmup SLOAN Rosen ANTHONY SPRAGUE
616 West 184th Street 566 Prospect Place
New York 33, New York B"00klYn 38. New Y0l'lK
Sqinf Elisabefl-, Saint Teresa of Avila
Bowling 1, Swimming 3. Third Ofdel' 1-
NEW BUSINESS TElEPHONE-The Call Director is a new streamlined push-button
telephone for people in business who make or take a lot of calls. At the touch of u
button, it can provide inter-omce communication, arrange conference calls, and
"add-on" other extensions to incoming calls.
MICHAEL BERNARD TIERNAN
319 East 9th Street
Brooklyn 18, New York
Saint Rose of Lima
JAMES RICHMOND TRAPP
15 Howard Place
Brooklyn 15 New York
DANIEL PATRICK TUCCI
1680 East 54th Street
Brooklyn 34 New York
Mary Queen of Heaven
The Unlvac Hugh Speed Prmter whlch can prmt data elther drlectly from
the computer or separately from magnetic tape at a speed of 600 Innes
per mmute IS a key element In the Remington Rand Unlvac FlleC m
puter System which was dedicated at the U S Navy Ships Store Office
Brooklyn February 25 1959
SALVATORE ANTHONY VENEZIA
219 Stone Avenue
Brooklyn 33 New York
Our Lady of Loretto
Baseball 3 Bowlnng 3 4
EDWIN JOHN VILLAFANE
125 Astorna Boulevard
Long Island Cnty 2 New York
Our Lady of Mt Carmel
Secretary 1 FRIAR S LEDGER 2 3 4
Track 2 3 4
RONALD STEVEN WALICKI
51 29 35th Street
Sunnyside 76 New York
MATTHEW JOSEPH WILLIAMS
394 8th Street
Brooklyn 15 New York
Track 1 2 3
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JOHN MICHAEL WISLOCKI
83 Wyckoff Avenue
Brooklyn 37 New York
Class Ot11cer 4
WILLIAM JAMES WYNNE
319 Eckford Avenue
Brooklyn 22 New York
Samt Anthony of Padua
LEONARDIAN 3 Swlmmung 3
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168 Webster Avenue
Brooklyn 30 New York
Samt Rose of Lima
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WILLIAM ROBERT YOUNG
865 Onderdonk Avenue
Brooklyn 27 New York
Service Squad 3 Thurd Order
Dance Committee 2
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Bottom Row Francis Flanagan Vmcenf Glorioso Thomas Croclreli John Pelrle
Second Row Marhn Heavey John Downes Wnlllam Franollch Geseulo Capone
Thnrd Row George Noudlmgor Marfm McNeill Thomas Kenny Clarence Cudcly
CLASS OFFICERS lofi fo Raghf Gvandnngl Joseph Splna Secretary Armand
Pansolla Troasuror Goahdl Marhn McNull Pruldont John Dovlln Vleo-Proudonf
Bottom Row left lo Rlght Vincent Rluo Froncns Munro Denms Donuts Remy Dldlo Second Row
Armand Parlsella Robert Drlslane Wnllnam Plunkett Joseph Spmo Thlrd Row Dems Sheehan Peter
Hogan Roger Nelson luke Furlong
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dent Dennis Meagher Secretary Rlchard Bronleclu Vlce President
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Top Row left to Right James Cox lon topj Salvatore Arullo James Flood Thomas Janata lewis
Gauall Rlchard Janata Richard Burke Charles Price Joseph Dunne lon top, Slttlng left to Right
Richard Bronleckl Thomas Galllgan Hugh McCloskey Alexander Elquezabal Francis Mullin Jack Argento
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Top Row, left ta Right: Robert Hughes, Dennis Mullin, Frederick Horan, Robert Denisch, Lawrence
De Gray, Arthur Beckenhaupt, William Erfurt, Eugene Flaherty, Walter Kutchler. Sitting, Left to Right:
Michael OHara, Michael Di Persia, James Koltzan, James Green, James Cornett.
Bottom Row, left to Right: James P. Duffy, Stephen Spinelli, Raymond Hetzel, Gustav Hermann, Kevin
Faherty. Second Row: John Mahoney, Joseph Rychter, John Laughlin, Angelo Uricola, Joseph Grieco.
CLASS OFFICERS: Left to Right: John McCarthy, President: Joseph Oriente, Sure
tary: Peter Nolty, Treasurer: Harold Bohn, Vice-President.
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Bottom Row, left to Right: Dennis Cummings, Joseph Alherigo, Robert Benacchio, Stephen Diaz, Paul
Fitzgerald, Joseph Ciro. Middle Row, left to Right: Harold Bohn, John Eclxholf, William Dee, Edward
Churchill, William De Masi, Renato Inserpi, Stephen Keating, Thomas Finn. Top Row, left to Right:
Joseph Graiales, John Boylan.
QHARD S HIGH
Bohom Row, left to Right Nicholas Otlomanelli, Francis Marchione, George Sharp, Joseph Orionle,
Roberl Sianzione, Dennis Spano. Middle Row: Michael McGouron, Robert la Marco, John Regan, John
McCarthy, Robert Petrie, Francis Ricci, Theodore Peliine, Kevin McHale. Top Row: Anselmo Rivera,
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Whaf a place Oo be of 8:15 on Monday morning!
Bottom Row Left to Rnght Patnclz Breen Anthony Compognlno Raymond Bernard Joseph Blssonnette
John Doran James Gorman Top Row John DeRldder John Clovacco Peter Collms Joseph Covlello
Hugh Herbert Stephen lnga Salvatore Calvano Vmcent Accurso
CLASS OFFICERS Left to Rlght John OBrien, President, Salvatore Calvano, Vuce President, Julian Fabry,
Secretary, Hugh Herbert, Treasurer
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Bottom Raw, Left to Right: Anthony Mongoau, T omas rice, osep
Reilly, John O'Brien. Top Row: Charles Symington, Salvatore Miranda, Julian Fobry, Anthony Marulli,
cuss orncsnsz Len to Right: Thomas Caputo. Prefi-
dentg William Gill, Vice-President, Peter Mulligan,
Treasurer, Robert Dunne, Secretary.
left to Right: Thomas Caputo, Paul Coriaty, Dennis Doran, Joseph DeCarpio, Salvatore
Bonvengo. Second Row: William Albanese, William Bohan, Richard Burnett, Charles Bufano,
Robert Dunn, Thomas Frank, Frank Cardamone, William Gill.
Bottom Row left to Right Wullnam Whalen Carmme Vlzxero Charles Plsano Albert SIYICO Thomas
Papsodero Henry Smith Second Row David Wallace Gerald Kaernan Robert Molnar Robert Valentine
Peter Mulllgan Mnchael Hartnett Peter Rnggno Peter Slxemngton Thomas lake
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CLASS OFFICERS left to Rlght Secretary James McDonagh Vue-Presldent Joseph
Thornton President Peter lens Treasurer John Really
A-RD S HIGH-
Bottom Row Left to Right Pasquale Annunzlata Nncholas Argentlerl Thomas McAdam Connellus
Farren Joseph LoCucero Peter Lens Second Row Paul Bernard Edward Damore Thomas Farrnclmer
James Barrett Joseph Bermadez Robert Grazlanl John Buscaglla
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ton, Joseph Paterna. Second Row: lawrence Tfmms, James R'ce, James Short, James McDonagh, Bernard
Sloan, Harold Peanoski, Francis Wallnes, Gerard Rathmann, Robert Nakavics. Third Row: Arthur Reilly,
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left Oo Rlgh! Top Row Robert Cresser Salvatore Agro Thomas Boro Charles Caruso Joseph Angelmo
John Condon Boffom Row Paul DePaola Domln ck DeM1erl Euge1e Auletia Wllam Brocks Joseph
CLASS OFFICERS Left Oo Rnqhl Glondmgj Roberf Cruser Secretary Paul Fommoro
Troasurer, Charles Caruso Vice Prosldoni Gland, Robert Lohan, PYOIIJOIII
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Bohom Row Richard Pallazolo David Wulllams Carmlne Pepe Fruncns Rluo Carmlne Rnemma
Top Row Leh lo Raghv John Fuchs John Glamplefro Paul Fennlmore Joseph Fschero Dennis Fmnogan
Bottom Row John Dugan Charles Hughes Mxchoel Devno Ralph Frullo Francns Gasporlno
Flrst Row left to Right Rosario Albanese James Castro Robert Houllhan Second Row James Duphmey
Edward Cusack Potluck McCann Eugene Colettl Phlllp De Luca
CLASS OFFICERS Left to Rlght James Castro Presldent Rosario Albanese Treasurer Francu Otto
manellr Vlce President Eugene Colettl Secretary
Bolfom Row, left Io Right: John Schoen, John Wilt-
shire John Wood Top Row Joseph Sonlone Froncls
McKee George Robinson Frank Otfomonelll
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CLASS OFFICERS left to Right Thomas Burns Treasurer Rlchard Bridges Presl
dent Daniel Pesce Secretary Thomas Barbara Vlce President
Bottom Row left to Rnght Emmett Woods George Hardman Edmund Haywood Joseph Henderer
Ruchard Guarml Joseph Raczka Top Row Vincent DAIesslo Richard Fleming Stephen Pellegrmo Thomas
Skelly Joseph Bendas Donlel Pesce Mlchael Plsano John Howe James Colhgan
First Row left to Rlqht Robert Bennett Rudolph Marsrcano Thomas Burns Kingsley Nelson Michael
llguorl Russell Harmon Top Row Ralph DeSena Joseph Molluso Joseph Forzese Nicholas Pollma
Francis DeSalvo John Kleehas Dennis McCann Eugene Rocque John Luttenberger
Bottom Row, Left to Right: Thomas Attino, James Jackson, Stephen Taylor, Vincent longobardi, James
lacone, Richard Stabile. Top Row: Thomas Barbera, Martin Fallon, Frank Szalay, Chester Strucker,
George Velting, Carl Sauer, Richard Bridges, lawrence Hanratty, Peter Antonello.
HARD S HIQH
R left to Right Charles Callahan Anthony Caclclo Pasquale Capplella Gerald Groner
Anthony Glannlttlno Second Row Richard Boyce Alfred Braun Robert Flna James Caputo James
f d T R w lawrence Curullo Rbbert Chrlstman
Fahey Emmanuel Debonls Pano Bom e e op o
CLASS OFFICERS left to Rlght Robert Shannon, Secretory, James Flanagan,
l S President
Treasurer, John Rocca, Vlce President, Carmine o asso,
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Row John Mahnlun Robert Grimes George McCloskey James 0Kane Michael Naughton Edmund
Manerl Francls Knauf Top Row Vincent Mattone George Meserole
Bottom Row left to Rught Ronald Szymankowslu Robert Shannon Robert Slatlc Mlchael Zlmbroslxy
Wulluam Stone Paul Regan. Second Row: Alfred Rossi Vito Russo Paul Rogina Rudolph Verra Joseph
Rocca Richard Wagner Joseph Salzano Thomas Pahl. Top Row: Thomas Reich Michael Spinosa.
QRARD S HIGH
Bottom Row left to Rlght Rlchard A J h
ranclo osep clfflfb Edward Fuchs Ablho Franca Joseph
Contello Gerard Bohan Second Row Thomas E an la r D b
g wence om o Salvatore Camera Ronald
Bausch Michael Baggot Jerome Dobson George Bonura Thlrd Row Edward De Vlvo Wllllam Car
Bottom Row left to Rnqht Edward Halloran James Meeks Charles Helly Edmund Gln I Ed d
Manglaracma Robert Martin Top Row Anthony Keroe Anthony Manglerl John Galtes Kenneth Jones
James Munson Edward O Donohue Joseph Iacono Raymond Ignaszewskl
CLASS OFFICERS James Munson Presldeni Edward DeVlvo Vice Presldenl Howard Smith
Treasurer Thomas Egan Seuefary
QQIARD S HIGH
Boflom Row, left to Righfz Peter Witfschiebe, George Riemann, Charles Presfigiacomo, Pasqual Tardo,
Charles Torres, Rizhard Palarolo, Second Row: Ronald Timpone, James O'Hagan, William Tucker,
Nicholas Pellicone, Paul Wanamalxer, Howard Smith, lawrence Schmiiz. Third Row: Richard Tobin,
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JOHN CIOVACCO Editor-In-Chief
asv :mornin Plus, o s F , msamsm
The Leonardlan staff has once more undertaken to brmg to
the graduates a lashng record of their years at St Leonard s
Hugh School As a reflectlon of a school s relative ment there
ns no single academuc actuvuty to compare with nts yearbook
The yearbook shows the Splfll of the school It shows the
school s worth nn nts edutorlal attutude toward faculty but most
of all It shows the school by showmg nts pupuls and personal
:tres those entmes who make the school exist Here at St
Leonard s the arm has been to have a publication of outstand
mg ment Two awards have been glven to our last yearbook
The Natuonal School Yearbook Assocratlon gave the book a
ratmg of B The Columbia Scholastlc Press Assocnatnon as
srgned a score of 810 out of a possible 'I000 to the book
putting ut nn the second place rank We do hope that you the
graduates wlll forever cherish the memorles which are herein
EDITOR IN CHIEF
SENIOR SECTION EDITOR
John Kutch Denms Donatu John EckofT James
Salvatore Calvano, Joseph Gralales, Denms Donatn,
Michael Lee, Joseph Bermudez, James Munson
Ronald Bausch, Ruchard Aranclo, Nicholas Pellncone,
James Gorman, Arthur Dauphm, Sabato Smco,
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After the lecture Brother Plus O S F answers questions about the de
tailed layout of the color section of the yearbook
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Who has the football seems ot be the expression on the faces of
those leonardaans at the Fordham Press Conference
WATCH THE BIRDIEE John Ciavacco William Bohan and Joseph Ber-
mudez pause to take a picture before attending the afternoon lec-
tures at Villanova University Press Conference.
lllanova and Fordham
At the begunnlng of the school year the staffs and mod
erators of both the FRIAR S LEDGER and the LEONARDIAN
attended the publications meetings at two of the largest
Catholic Unuversltles on the Eastern Seaboard
Brother Plus OSF Moderator of the LEONARDIAN
was consultor for a panel dealing with yearbook produc
tion Brother also spoke at the Fordham Publications Con
ference on the problems of yearbook staff organization
and finance The program of the day was filled with In
terestnng panel dnscusslons and exhibits showing publlca
tions from hugh schools and colleges all over the country
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Boy! if we only had a campus like this.
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The Frlars Ledger
Perhaps the most well known fruit of school spmt IS the
official school organ, The Frlars Ledger The students re
celve thus publlcatlon seven times a year and look forward
ln antlclpatuon to the day when the paper us due to be
released The casual reader has llttle, lf any comprehen
sion of the work that lt takes to publush a newspaper
seven times ln ten short months He cannot see the dlfficul
hes one must face and the deducatuon one must have to
publush this paper It as the spmt of dedacatuon and self
sacnflce whnch makes the newspaper what at IS and makes
It worthy of any pranse heaped upon It The newspaper as
a pnnted monument of the school
PETER RIGGIO Editor
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REV, BROTHER EUGENE, O.S.F. REV. BROTHER GRATIAN, 0.S.F. REV. BROTHER KILIAN, 0 S F
Faculty Adviser 1959 Faculty Adviser 1960 Faculty Co-Adviser l960
FRlAR's LEDGER STAFF: Front Row left to right: Samuel Kennison
Michael lee, Peter Riggio, Rev. Brother Gratian, O.S.F., Paul Bernard
Joteph Graiales, Alexander Elguezabal. Second Row: Thomas Far
riclxer, Gerald Kiernan, Philip Mulfettone, James Devlin, Robert Vu
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'The story must be two columns wide with a picture included,"
says Brother Gratian to Joseph Graiales, Michael lee, Peter Riggio,
Frlar s Ledger Takes
First Place In C P A
During the months of July and August the Fruars Ledger won
top honors In newspaper competmon on a natnonal scale The
Natuonal Catholnc Press Assoclatlon gave fTrst honors to the
Frlar s Ledger by presenting the school wuth a scroll The N C P A
us an orgamzatuon set up to award honors and recogmze lournal
:strc talent In the Catholuc hugh schools of the country The com
bnnatnon of sound prmcrples and good craftsmanship rs what
the assoclatlon attempts to unfuse unto member staffs
The Frnars Ledger was partucularly praised for nts layout and
attractlveness for teen age readers The hugh Catholic tone was
glven speclal mentlon IH the assoclatlon report Much credlt IS
due to last years Edltor Arthur Dauphin and Assistant Edrtor
Robert Smgnano for therr nmportant part nn making the Ledger
a great success and helpmg wan recognrtlon for St Leonards
Joseph Gralales Exchange Edltor checks stencil to be run off
James McDonagh uses the paper cutter to mm ple
tures to be used on the front page of the Easter
David Wallace IS typung addresses on the envelopes used
sendmg out copies of the paper to other schools
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Brother Eugene, Father Magan, S.J., Retreat Master and Brother Gabriel pose with the seniors after
the retreat which started on January 4, 1960.
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before his interview with the retreat master.
Francis Mullin spends a few moments before the Most Blessed Sacra
ment, asking Our Blessed Lord ta help him make a good retreat.
Brother Eugene, Father Richard English, S.J., Retreat Master, and Brother Gabriel, pose with the seniors
after the second retreat which started on January 2l.
James Duffy, saeristan for the retreat, prepares the
altar for morning Mass.
John luongo sits in his room and takes time out to do Spiritual Read-
ing, another required exercise of the retreat.
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Franklin Cirullo 92.8
The highest recognition that can be given to a St. Leonard's stu-
dent for his scholastic ability is election to the PRlNClPAL'S LIST. An
over-all average of 9O'Vo is necessary for eligibility to this LIST. In
recognition of his scholastic attainment, the student is entitled to wear
the PRlNCIPAL'S KEY.
Peter Riggio 90.2
Michael Humes 90.2 Jonph p,,,g,,5d, 90.1
Francis Ccrdomonc 90.3
Anthony Burrese 91.6
Joseph Muni" 901 Ronald Sxymankowslli 90.2
Daniel Tucci 90.0 Peter Witfschiebe 90.0
SCHOLASTIC HONOR ROLL FOR FIRST MARKING PERIOD
HONOR ROLL FOR SECOND
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SCHOLASTIC HONOR ROLL FOR TH
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Reverend Father Bertrand Scully, O.F.M. Cap., leads the prayers after the
monthly meeting at the Friary.
The newly professed members of the Third Order of St. Francis are Robert
Drislane, Thomas Golligan and Michael Albano,
REV. BROTHER MATTl'llAS, O.S.F.
Third Order of
St. Leonard's Fraternity has had a very busy year in
taking an active part in the provincial activities of the
Capuchin Third Order Province in conjunction with
Christ the King Fraternity at St. Michael's Church, Brooklyn.
The monthly meetings were held at the Friary. After a con-
ference and monthly prayers, Benediction of the Blessed
Sacrament was given in the Friary Chapel. Prior to the
Christmas season the Fraternity sponsored a toy drive.
Within two weeks over 300 packages were brought in and
distributed to the orphanages in Brooklyn and Long Island.
The regular monthly meeting of January saw the profession
of three of our members. In a solemn ceremony, Michael,
Albano, Thomas Galligan and Robert Drislane were pro-
fessed by Father Bertrand, O.F.M. Cap., the Order's pre-
3 .M ,
The novices listen attentively while the
priest gives the monthly conference.
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mum okosn MEMBERS: Front Row, len to right: John Buscaglia, Thor-ws Gullisvn- Burk Row, left to rishf: Thomas Finn, Daniel Duffy,
Gerald Kiernan, David Wallace, Carmine Viuero, James Castro, FFUHCJS CGSFBIICIHO, R0b0f9 Driflvne, Donald Ki"9f ROI'-'Ml Rllnkd,
Gerard Rathmann. Second Row, left to right: Dennis Doran, Charles Al9XC"'d0" El9U01Ub9l-
Pisano, John Reilly, James McDonagh, Joseph Santore, Thomas Hart,
The officers of the Third Order, Michael Albano,
Novice Mastery Francis Castellano, Prefect, Stephen
Saporito, Treasurer discuss the plans for the Re-
ception Ceremony for the new members.
The newly professed member Robert Drislane rever
ently kisses the crucifix given to him during the
ceremony of Profession.
On January 9, 1960 at 7:30 P.M. the Second
Annual Senior Dinner was held in the school
cafeteria. This gala evening was planned by
Mr. Francis C. Wissel, Chairman of Social Ac-
tivities. A delicious eight course meal of Roast
Sirloin of Beef and vegetables as main course
was served. After the meal the students pre-
sented Brother William O.S.F., Principal with
a banner for the school and a plaque as a
token of their appreciation for all the help they
received while they were at St. Leonard's. The
students were addressed by Brother William,
Brother Alfred, Mr. Thomas J. McGwynn, and
Mr. Francis C. Wissel,
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four happy years he has spent watching the class grow m
wisdom and age.
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During the course of the year, St. Leonard's High School held
three dances, the first of these being the Catholic Business
Education Dance. The Thanksgiving Hop was second on the
list, while the Valentine Dance rounded ol? the course of the
year. All three were held in the school cafeteria. Edward Reilly
was the host of the Thanksgiving Hop, dancing with everyone
on the floor including Mr. Arioso's fiancee. John Desmond's an-
tics were enioyed by all. Rock and Roll was the center of at-
traction at the Valentine Dance. Four singing groups and John
Desmond supplied the music and the comedy that evening. The
C.B.E.A. dance was topped with Bob Sirignano's rendition of
"Because of You" and Rosemarie lreardi, a young lady of St.
Josephs' Commercial entertained with another beautiful song.
All who attended the dances agreed that they were indeed en-
ioyable and looked forward to more in the future.
I think that I'm going to sneeze.
Swing and Sway on Cypress lane.
ls Everybody Happy?
"look Ed, ihey're faking our pidure
"They're not Lisieningl I !"
The Thanksgiving Hop was o nigh! of enioymeni for ell.
Steve Guido and his group was one of the high
lights of the Sl. Valentine Day dance.
So this is Ar! l.inlcIeHer's house parfyl leonardiuns and Oheir dafes
relax beiween dances.
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Under the direction of Brother Pius, O.S.F., three skating
parties were held during the past year, at the Empire
Rollerdrome on Empire Boulevard, Brooklyn. The first party
was held in January, the second in March and the third in
May. The attendance at each party was about 500. A few
weeks before each party tickets were sent to various girls
schools in the vicinity. The results were mognificient.
Everyone wants to get into the act
During the I5 minute intermission, leonardians pause at
the refreshment counter.
It seems that Morrison has lost his princess
Brother William watches the festivity.
SERVICE SQUAD: Bottom Row: left to Right: James Jacllson, Anselmo
Rivera, William Franolick, Alfred Braun, Philip Malfettone, James Mc-
Donagh. Second Row: John Devlin, Roger Nelson, George Velting,
Robert Drislane, Arthur Beclzenhaupt, Michael Humes, Michael Albano,
Arthur Beckenhaupt and Michael Albano adiust the
legs of the new tables purchased for use in the
Roland Rankel, Carl Cordano, Francis Hlava. Third Row: George
Sharp, James Bendas, Vincent Mattone, Francis Castellano, James Ben-
nett, Vincent D'Alessio, Stephen Saporito, Gary Serluco.
Under the direction of Mr. Thomas J. McGwynn
this year's Service Squad flourished into one of the
most efficient organizations of the school. It was the
task of these men to set up before and clean up
after the school dances and prom as well as the
various Parent's Nights. Little is known about the
many small tasks which they take care of "on the
spot". These are the men who toured the cafeteria
after lunch periods and cleared off the tables left
squalid by some of the thoughtless students. A job
well done by the Service Squad in action.
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Franolich after a parent-teacher meeting.
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help serve fhe members of the Alumni.
"KEEP THIS FLACE ClEAN," is the slogan 'hat Arthur Beclxenhaup!
Vincent D'Alessio and Vincent Manone wish 'he sfudenh would under-
"Many hands make lighf work."
The placement service has been organized over the years
to be of assistance to the young men who are about to
graduate. Through past experience we have found that our
graduates have been fortunate in securing a position that
was a stepping stone to bigger and better opportunities.
Because of the background of business subject matter,
many of the leading business firms in the city call upon us
each year to help them secure office personnel. Some of our
students have been placed with the following companies as
bookkeepers, stenographers and typists:
Equitable Life Assurance Company,
First National City Bank,
Chemical Corn Exchange Bank,
Sheridan 8x Duncan Trucking Co.,
Vilas and Hickey Brokerage.
Rev. Brother Alfred, O.S.F.
Rev. Brother Alfred, O.S.F., ocquaints James Cox
about a position as a stenographer with a leading
leonardians listen attentively to a talk given by Brother Alfred
concerning the requirements necessary for obtaining a good position.
The Guudance Department of St Leonards Hugh School has been
operatung for the benefut of the student body to dussemunate unforma
tuon to the senuors who are plannung to go on to college and those
who have chosen busuness as theur next step when they funush theur
educatuon The Guudance Department endeavors to help a young man
when he enters our school so that he mught be adequately prepared
for the work that us ahead durung hus four years at the school
Mr Patruck Tufano us avaulable to the students and he encourages
them to come down and duscuss theur partucular problems wuth hum
In thus way the student us guven that personal touch and he funds that
he has someone avaulable to hum who us unterested un hus welfare
A Spurutual Advusor us avaulable to the student every two weeks so
that whule the mund us expandung the soul us also guven that help whuch
us so necessary for the proper balance un the field of educatuon
At varuous tumes durung the school term representatuves from dufferent
agencues un the cuty are unvuted to speak at the student assemblues
Representatuves from the New York firms are unvuted to speak to the
Senuors about opportunutues avaulable to them and the type of posutuons
that are open to them when they graduate from the school Repre
sentatuves from the Metropolutan Colleges are unvuted to guve the stu
dents unsude unformatuon about courses and the requurements for en
trance unto College
Rev Brother Emmanuel of the Alexuon Brothers
explauns un detoul the lufe and dutues of the Alexuan
Mr Patruck Tufono
Mr Potruck Tufano un an untervuew with John Kutch
duscusses an oducatuonol problem
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"Who told you that I'm a freshman?"
"His homework assignment was so long that I had to laugh
when he asked me if I had it completed."
"But Brother, I wasn't talking during class."
So that's why we lost the championship game
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The Annual Lenten Retreat was held on Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday of Holy Week for the entire student body.
Through the courtesy of Rt. Rev. Msgr. Paul Faustman, Brother
William, O.S.F. was again able to have the retreat conducted
in the beautiful St. Matthias Church. Father Fergus Pease,
O.F.M., Cap., served as retreat master.
In order that the retreat master would have more free time
to devote to the students private conferences and confessions,
several members of the student body were assigned to lead
the prayers for the retreat. The retreat exercises were con-
cluded each day with Benediction of the Most Blassed Sacra-
ment. Father Fergus brought the retreat to a close by im-
parting the blessing of Our Holy Father, Pope John XXIII, to
the assembled student body. The Papal blessing remits all
temporal punishment due to sin.
leonardions reverently attend Holy Mass during the retreat,
9:00 Assembly at Church
9:15 Retreat Prayers
9:30 Holy Mass
11:00 Meditation on Conference
11:10 Stations of the Cross
11:25 Crown of Our Lady
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hands with Jack Argento as he presents him with an award for his
high score on the team.
Brother Jogues, O.S.F., Freshman Basketball Mod-
erator, presents James Robinson with a certifi-
cate for his speed on the basketball court.
Here is Al Williams to accept the "Most Valuable
Player in All Sports Trophy from Mr. lawrence
Bonelli, Track Coach and Brother Alfred, Athletic
Mr. Francis C. Wissel Chairman of Social Activities reads the list
names for more than 250 awards.
Francis Marchione and David Mintler and guests seem to be having a
very nice time at the Junior Prom.
On March 'I9th the second Junior Prom in the his-
tory of St. Leonard's was held in the School Cafeteria.
The Schedule of events beginning at 8:00 P.M. was
highlighted by the music of the Glens. Bob Sirignono,
o senior, who has a great potential as a singer, en-
tertained with his versions of a few songs of the past.
John Desmond another senior, had the Juniors and
their guests in hysterics with his comical antics. John
Loughlin contributed to the evening with his rendition
of a few songs. As at the First Junior Prom the Glens
performed tremendously. A semi-formal buffet fea-
turing o variety of cold meats and trimmings was
served to the Juniors and their guests. Closing of?
the evening was the selection of the King and Queen
of the Prom. John Flood and his guest were selected.
A bouquet of roses was presented to the Queen by
Brother William, O.S.F. Due to the efforts of Mr.
Wissel, the Prom turned out to be a tremendous suc-
cess. Much credit should be given to the Junior Prom
Committee for the excellent iob of decorating the
Stephen Keating and Guest.
leonardians and their guests dance to the music ofthe Glens.
John Doran and Guest.
James Gorman and Guest
Anthony Mongeau and Guegg Joseph Martin and Guest
The party IS over but the memory will
Vuncent Accurso Joseph Covlello and
guests enloy the party
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Mr. Wissel and students pose for picture on the steps of the Basilica of the
The statue of Iwo Jima in Virginia.
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The Honor Guard at the Tomb of the
Unknown Soldier at Arlington National
Tardo, Mr. Wissel, Mattone, Deo and Helly at the Franciscan Monastery
During the past year St. Leonard's sponsored two trips to
Washington. The first trip was in April and the second in May.
A total of 80 students made the trip, accompanied by Mr.
Frank C. Wissel and Brother Pius, O.S.F.
The groups departed from the school at 1:00 P.M. on a Friday
in a Modern De Luxe Coach. The route took them through
the beautifully colorful states of New Jersey, Delaware and
Maryland. Upon arrival in Washington they stayed at the
beautiful Woodner Hotel. That evening after supper they
toured the Library of Congress where they viewed the world's
largest collection of books and manuscripts.
On Saturday they visited the Capitol, the White House, the
Supreme Court Building, the Washington and Lincoln Monu-
ments and many more places of historical interest. ln the
afternoon they visited Mt. Vernon, Home of George Washing-
ton, Arlington National Cometery for the changing of the
honor guard and the statue of Iwo Jima. On Sunday they
heard Mass at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Con-
ception and then toured the grounds of Catholic University.
On the way home they visited the Franciscan Monastery.
After lunch at the Park Plaza Hotel in Baltimore they made
their iourney home arriving at the school at 8:30 P.M. Over
1,000 pictures were taken by our students of the various
places of historic importance.
Students leave after a tour of the White House.
The Capitol of the U. S. A.
Camera "bugs" take a picture of the statue of St. Francis and the Turtle
Doves at the Franciscan Monastery.
Parents' Association C' N
The Mothers' and Fathers' Clubs are two organiza-
tions which contribute much to St Leonard's Parent
teacher student relationships were solidified by the
work of the Assocuatuon At monthly meetungs the
parents had opportunntues for personal lntervlews
with the faculty members to discuss the progress of
their sons educatlon In the fall the Mothers Club
held a cord party whnch proved to be a great suc
cess The Fathers too are a great asset to us The
Club sponsored a Smoker in April and also a
Chance Book Drive
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REV BROTHER MATTHIAS O S F
Mrs Bernard Kenney and Mrs Vmcent Benmatu
collect membership funds while Mrs Nicholas
Clro looks on
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the second annual card party
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Mr. John McCormack, President of the Alumni Association con-
9,,,u,,,e, Jamu Mannix fo, ,ning ,M mipien, of ,M ,959 The Alumni Association is a Fraternal Organization. It was
Medal fer General Excellence, donated by she Alumni Asso- formed for the express purpose of assisting the school in the
many and varied proiects that must be undertaken. It is also an
opportunity for the young men who leave to remember that there
is a tie that binds them to the school at all times.
Each and every graduate of the school becomes a member
upon graduation and share in the many spiritual benefits of the
The backbone of any school is always a Loyal Alumni. We
look to you, the graduates, of 1960 to become a vital and in-
tricate part of the group. Your assistance in helping the organi-
zation grow and expand will show your loyalty to the Brothers
for what has been done to assist you.
By taking an active part in the Association, you help advance
the cause of Catholic Education and the work of the Church in
the spreading of the faith by your good example.
Rev. Brother Pius, O.S.F., Moderator of the Association dis-
cusses plans for the meeting with a few members who en-
ioy the buffet supper before the meeting.
John McCormack, Ronald Savoca, Vincent Kenney,
William M:Namee and James Cennamo prepare
the mailing list' for the Annual Communion Break-
MY- william DUSQUN, SGCYBYCYY Mr. John lynch, K.S.G., Vice Presideni of the Kings Mr. Alfred E. Jennings, President of the Junior
Country Trust Company Chamber of Commerce
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Alumni and members of fha facul-
ty gather at the Annual Commu-
Catholic Bu iness
The rapid increase in business education enrollments in Catho-
lic schools has resulted in a corresponding increase of business
teachers throughout the country. As the number of Catholic
business teachers increased, they became keenly aware of the
need for an organization of their own-one with a simple com-
mon purpose: better Catholic business education. ln 1945, a
group of religious and lay Catholic educators in New York City
laid the groundwork for the formation of the Catholic Business
Education Association. lt marked an important milestone in
business education in general and in Catholic education in par-
The influence of the Catholic Business Education Association
on business education-an influence for good-is already widely
recognized. The Association is divided into ten units, each hold-
ing its own sectional meetings once a year. The national conven-
tion at which all units are represented meets annually. Some of
America's foremost business educators are invited to serve on
panels, to present addressesjand to demonstrate modern meth-
ods and techniques of teaching. Carefully planned exhibits of
the latest instructional materials, machines, and equipment have
become a companion feature to the programs of these meetings
In addition to its meetings and conventions, which furnish en-
lightenment and inspiration to thousands, the Catholic Business
Education Association serves its members in other ways. One of the
most noteworthy is its sponsorship of business education clinics,
conferences, and workshops, extending over several days, con-
ducted in various parts of the country. The association publishes
the Catholic Business Education Review, a quarterly magazine
which prints important convention proceedings, contributions of
specialists participating in various meetings, and articles and
comments by other experts. Our entire faculty are active mem-
bers of this association.
The salesman from Remington Rand Company gives a demonstration of
the 1960 machine.
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their newest records for her Transcription class.
Officers of the Eastern Unit ll.. to RJ: Sister Mary Sebastian,
Brother William, Sister Mary Muriel, Sister Mary Thomas.
Mr. Robert McCullough of Pitman Publishing Company shows the
Business teachers the latest text books.
Ths representative from Smith Corona explain
the latest machine.
Mr. Francis Griffith, Principal of Richmond Hill
High School delivers his speech on "Developing
the Communication Arts for Business' to the
members ot the November meeting.
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VARSITY: Bohom Row, left fo right: John Burke, Thomas Kenny, James Kolfxan, Martin McNeill, Frank
Pepe. Second Row: Francis Flanagan, Manager, Frank Kennedy, Charles Norion, Julian Fabry, Joseph
Cannon, John Kiernan, Hugh McCloskey, Mr. Thomas O'Rourka, Coach.
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Overall Record ll Wins and 6 Defeats
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The Young Lions played their first game against Dwight, December 11, on Dwight's
home court where St. Leonard's won 28-27. The next game of the season on the 17th,
showed the Green and Gold a little slow. Ryan scored 13 and De Gray 12, but this
wasn't adequate to balance St. Agnes' hard hitting Gazano and Vaccaco. Final score
St. Leonard's 38, St. Agnes 58. Next St. Leonard's went on to be defeated by Thomas
Jefferson by a score of 69 to 62. Again Ryan scored 17 and Peanoski 16, but their
scores were to no ovail against Jefferson's Mascia with 22 points and Stellerman with 16.
On the 8th of the New Year the Young Lions were defeated again by St. Agnes.
Final score 52-34. The Lions came up with a victory when they played Brooklyn Friends
on January 21. While their biggest scorer was Karaick with 9 points, St. Leonard's
Perry scored 14 and Peanoski 13. Final score S.L. 48-B.F. 31.
On the first of February, under the coaching of Mr. Arioso, the Lions challenged
Cathedral. While Ryan scored 15 and DeGray 10, Cathedral managed to win by 3
points, the score being 45-42. On February 4, St. Leonard's again met Brooklyn Friends
and romped them by a score of 63-39. On the ninth of February, even with Dunne's 14
and Ryan's 17 points, lmmaculata managed to maintain a 5 point lead. Final score
S.L. 47-lmmaculata 52. The last game of the season played against Cathedral, also
resulted in a loss for the Green and Gold, the final score being 58-47.
Rev. Brother Christian, O.S.F., Coach
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ing, First Row: Mr. Bartholomew Arioso,
Coach, Richard Ryan, Harold Peanoski,
James Duphiney, John Farrell. Second
Row: Michael Cloro, lawrence DeGray,
Brian Perry, John Fuchs.
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Rev. Brother Bartholomew and Rev. Brother Alfred check the individual
scores for the Varsity and the J. V.
Keglers Drop in
In the T959 season the Keglers dropped in league
standings. The opposition was strong and com-
petition keen during each of the ten league
matches. Although finishing in the cellar for the first
time in many years the Varsity did produce some stal-
warths during the year. Tony Barrese, John Luongo,
and Sal Venezia were three such individuals who
proved their potentials while bowling with the Lions.
Although finishing in the cellar the team was in there
fighting in every contest to the very end.
Brother Bartholomew's Junior Varsity Keglers fin-
ished fourth in league competition and gave the
school high hopes for the future. Tremendous team
spirit was displayed by all the members of the team
during the season, and Brother Bartholomew is con-
fident that the team will place high in the standings
in the future.
VARSITY TEAM: Kneeling: Joseph Spina, Dennis Spano. Standing: Robert Valentine, John Downes,
Vincent Paolella, Peter Hogan, Francis Monzo.
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Charles Caruso taking his favorite strike
The "Old Gang" at practice for the next victory.
Paolella taking high game in competition.
It seems that these Keglers are disappointed.
Mos! Holy Trlnnty
St Johns Prep
Xavernan Hugh School
St Francis Prep
Most Holy Tranny
St John s Prep
Xavernan Hugh School
St Francls Prep
Hogan gefhng se! for a sfrllle an compehhon
Luongo fanhful member of the bowlmg team for four years faking hrs final vldory
Siudenfs frying out for Phe bowling team
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During the past three years in the C.H.
S.A.A., St. Leonard's has placed numer-
ous times in the championships. This year
the free style team consisting of Munson,
Stone, O'Donohue and Mangieri took
fourth place in the finals. Under the di-
rection of Mr. Wissel and Brother Jogues
the relay teams practiced constantly in
order to meet with the stiff competition
of the larger schools Our thanks to them
for helping to put St Leonard s on top
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The names of the seniors llsted In the Hall
of Fame have been selected because of their
which they partlclpated
A member of the track team for four
years Mllme became Captain of the
l960 team He holds the schools record
for the 'IBO low hurdles He will always
be remembered as Mr Bonelll s most ver
Lenny was filled with school spirit. This
spirit brought him out for the J.V. Bas-
ketball team the Baseball team and the
J.V. and Varsity Bowling teams. We are
proud to add his name to the Hall of
H is perhaps the smallest in stature
but the mightiest in his ability to per-
form well both on the diamond and at
the alleys. He was during his four years
known never to miss a practice or game.
His diligence and school spirit places him
in the Hall of Fame.
outstanding achievements in the sports in
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man 'Tony parhclpafed ln Bowling for
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bowling average while in school
LE ROY GREENE
Leroy is known Oo 'he C.H.S.A.A. as a
sprinter and middle disfance runner. He
was a member of Olve 1958 All Hallows
A member of the Keglers for 4 ears
"Johnny" was known for his quick wil.
During his fin! 3 seasons he was high
scorer for ihe team. His winsomo smile
will always be remembered have ai SO.
Joos leammaies know him as Che
playmaker and sparkplug of he
Varsity Baskefball foam He was on fho
JV Basketball ieam for l year and on
fhe Varsity for 3 years He was among
Ohose members who helped Sf loonard s
capfure the 1959 A A P S mls
He was on both the Bowling and Base
ball teams Hn posmon on 'he baseball
team was that of manager He IS known
for has dlllgence m keepang the sfahshcs
on each player
Hn nimble but agile form placed hum as
one of the top all stars In Che AAPS
championships We are proud Oo say that
he IS The Most Valuable Player of 1960
Frank participated ln Varsny Baslxef
ball and Baseball during hu four years
at S! leonard s He IS known for his ver
sahlny Frank was the number one
pitcher on the l960 Baseball squad
Sap as he lakes fo be called was a
member of the Swimming and Baseball
teams here ai SO Leonards Known for
hu huslllng abulny on the diamond Sap
was the lead off hmer for the lions dur
mg the season
"Sal" ca tained the lion Keglers while
"ViIly" as he is ofien called was fhe sfar
of Mr. BoneIli's sprinfers. He special-
ized in the 50 yard dash and starting
leg of ihe 880 yard relay. He is the
holder of the oufdoor sectional record
for the I00 yard dash.
attending Si. Leonard's High School. Ver-
salile is the word which Bra. Barfholo-
mew uses to describe "Sal."
Excitement roared at the 168th Street Armory Sectional Track Meet
when St. Leonard's tracksters for the first time this season came into
the medal winning bracket. Their success came about when the Open
880 yard relay and Midget 440 yard relay placed third and second
respectively. Villafane, Cuddy, Greene, and Albano made up the
open quartet which was timed at I:47.3.
The above two teams also participated in the C.H.S.A.A. Track Meet
held in Madison Square Garden. Lion runners cheered as St. I.eonard's
Open 880 yard relay took the lead and placed first in the heat. The
team took fifth in an overall time of 'l:48.9 in the finals. The Midget
relay team followed this effort with a third place in the 440 yard
Bad luck struck the Junior 880 yard sectional relay when they
just missed getting third place Medals. They wound up fourth and
were timed at 'l:45.2. The Junior relay team consisted of J. lacono, E.
Cusack, D. Pesce, and M. Naughton. C. Callahan, A. Grannettino, P.
Greene, and E. Haywood placed third in the heat of the Sub Midget
220 yard relay. Callahan ran into a bit of bad luck when he tripped
and r.fell. The time on this event was 0:44.0. In the Midget 440 yard
relay F. Knauf, J. Gonzales, E. Halloran, and J. Regan also placed
third in the heat with the time of l:24.7. Our last relay entry consisted
of J. Wood, M. DeVitto, D. McCann, and P. Bonafede in the Senir
880 yard relay. They placed second in the heat with a time of I:56.4.
In the individual entries, F. Horan placed third in the heat of the
of J. Wood, M. DeVitto, D. McCann, and P. Bonafede in the Senior
280 yard run, and J. O'Kane placed fourth in the heat of the Junior
50 yard dash.
THE INDOOR VARSITY SQUAD: Top Row: A. Elquezubal M Mulligan E Villofane E Cusack J Wood
l. Greene. Kneeling: S. Chieffo, P. Deluca, M. DeVito, J Benrnatl
FRESHMAN INDOOR SQUAD: Top Row: D. McCann, P. Bonifede, M. Fallon, M. Naughton, J. O'Kane,
J. Iacone. Middle Row: F. Knauf, P. Greene, J. Regan, C. Callahan, D. Pure. Kneeling: R. Shannon,
E. Haywood, A. Giannetfina, J. Gonzalez.
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Villafane, Albano, Greene, Cuddy.
How much energy does it take to push
12 pounds into the air? Fabry will be
able to tell us this year.
Freshman 880 yard relay practicing their starts. Bonifede,
Iacone, Pence, Naughton.
The midget 4 lap relay before victory at Madison Square
Garden. Deluca, Beninati, Mulligan, Chieffo.
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The Novice 880 yard relay, "The Little 4I" De Luca, Wood,
Chuelh starts the mldget 4 lap relay at Madison Square Garden
Herbert: formula Bug man + Ilgllt shot put at
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i960 Baseball season started. The Lions miss Brother Victor,
O.S.F., last year's coach, who brought the team to the cham-
pionship games. But where one victor left off, another took
over. Mr. Arioso, a new member of the factulty, took over the
team. He has had many years of experience and has played
varsity ball throughout his high school and college years.
Tryouts for various positions on the team took place in the
latter part of March. Approximately fifty students in all tried
to make the team. Out of this overwhelming number, Mr.
Arioso chose fifteen members. Frank Pepe, Steve Saporito,
Frank Manzo and Sam Kennison returned from last year's
team. There are eight games on this year's schedule, six being
league games and two practice.
Mr. Bartholomew Arioso, Coach
OUR SQUAD: Bottom Row, left to Right: Stephen Saporito, Robert Quudrino, Joseph Molluso. Second
Row: Anthony Mangieri, Richard Ryan, Alben Sirico, Frank Nastasi, Anthony Napoli. Third Raw:
Samuel Kennison, lawrence DeGray, Frank Pepe, Philip Malfettone, John O'Brien, Arthur Cordaio,
Francis Manzo, James O'Connor, Dennis Spano, Mr. Bartholomew Arioso, Coach.
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Frank Pepe, Pifcher Frank Castellano, Len Field Arfie Cardaio, Second Base
1960 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
April 18 ............ ............................... B rooklyn Prep fpractice game, 4
April 29 ............ ............................ B rooklyn Academy J Y
May6 .....,..... ......... R hodes High School l ut?
May 11 .,........ .......... B edford Park Academy g ix,
May 17 ....... ........... C olumbia Grammar L 1 A , L 4 N 5?
May 18 ....... ....,.................................................... C olby Academy E fly
May 20 ....,... ............. R hodes High School fpractice gamel X' S
May 24 ..... M .,...... - ...........,......,................... Dwight High School
Phil Malfenone and Frank Pepe eye the ball. They'lI pitch for
Sam Kennison says, "Guess I'll have to shine my
spikes for the first game."
OUR INFIELDERS: Saporito, Shorf Stopp Ryan, Third Basep Manxo, Fira! Baseg
and Cardaio, Second Base.
Tony Mangiori, Catcher
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OUR OUTFIELDERS: Spano, Right Fieldg Nastaxi, left Fieldy Kennison,
Centerfieldg O'Connor, Left Field.
Second String men watch the movements of the men
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CATCHERS: Anthony Mongieri and John O'Brien.
In the game with Brooklyn Prep, Richard Ryan takes
off first as Castellano coaches.
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In the first game with Rhodes High School, Pepe
comes into 'lst after belting a long drive into right
Ryan slides back info flrsf offer on attempt
O'Brien :overs home plate as the man
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looking over a close one
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Mike lovallo marks the scores for the members of his team
while the members look on.
During the month of March the Glenwood Bowling Alleys
were invaded by students from St. Leonard's. For the First
time in the history of the school, class teams were chosen
for intramural bowling. Class teams were formed on a
competitive basis. Each class was allowed five to fifteen
members to try out for their team. ln the first round of
competition, classes 803 603, 403, 201, and 205 were
eliminated. The second round saw 801, 701, and 203 fall
Rev. Brother Bartholomew, O.S.F., Moderator of
the Bowling Intramurals writes the scores into
his permanent record book.
as the competition became increasingly tougher. Classes
401, 405, 407 and the Specials went into the quarter finals.
In the semi-finals the Specials went down at the hands of
class 405 by a score of 602 to 567. In the Finals 601 lost
to 405 by a score of 661 to 479. Brother Bartholomew,
O.S.F. Moderator of the intramural bowling, stated that
many likely candidates for next year's Varsity and J. V.
teams were discovered.
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These are the last words to be written for the 1960 LEONARDIAN and
wnth them another book becomes a part of the past To all the groups and
persons who made the T960 LEONARDIAN a reallty we extend our most
slncere and deepest appreceatson for a year of and cooperatlon encour
agement and fraternlty
OUR SPECIAL GRATITUDE EXTENDS TO
Rev Brother Wllllam O S F for his constant help and klnd suggestions
Rev Brother Plus O S F our moderator for has constant vlgllance
Mr George Routel for has kindness and generosity In patiently bearing
with our many photographic requests
Mr Russell La Barca ofthe S K Smith Company for his help IH selecting
Dunn and Bradstreet Review for our business candlds
The Staff wlthout whose cooperation our goal would not have been
The Sensor Class for their Interest and encouragement during the year
The Entnre Student Body for sollcltlng ads and patrons
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.lumor Prom 102 103
Knlrcn Brother 12 70
Leonardnan 66 69
Matthew Brother 17
Matthlas Brother 14 80 99
Melenberg OSB Rev Hlldebrand
Mollnarl Mr M1chael17
McEntegart Most Rev Bryan.l 6
McGwynn Mr Thomas.l 17 82
O Rourke Mr Thomas 12 16 117
Parents Assoc1at1on106 107
Plus Brother 11 66 68 97
Prlnclpal s Lust 76 77
Annual Lenten 98 99
Senlor 74 75
Roller Skatlng Party 88 89
Scully O FM Cap Rev Bertrand 80
Semor Dlnner 82 83
Servlce Squad 90 91
Sports 110 142
Spr1ngman Mr Henry C 13
Sw1mm1ng 112 113
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Thurd Order of St Francls 80 81
Track 132 136
Tufano Mr Patr1ck17 93
Underclassmen 40 63
Vrctor Brother 15 16
Wllllam Brother7 88 117
Wrssel Mr Franc1sC 12 16 101
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