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ADMINISTRATION

AND FACULTY

Robert J. Haskins, S.J.

Headmaster

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Thomas C. Blessin, S.J.

Assistant Headmaster, Moderator of Athletics

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Eugene J. Prior, S.J.

The Student Counselor

Thomas E. Ambrose, S.J. Latin, English

James G. Blewett, S.J.

Mr. Robert K. Barrett, M.A. French

Latin, Bookstore

Mr. William R. Brown, B.A. English, Dramatics

' Mr. James E. Di Biasio, M.S.

Stephen R. De Angelis, S.J.

Biology, Chemistry, Science Club

Latin, Moderator of Yearbook, Newspaper 19

Malcolm J. Gordon, S.J. English, Debate, Oratory

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Mr. Michael J. Guerra, B.S. Mathematics

Mr. Arthur R. Geiger, B.A. Mr. Joseph Hanser, B.S.

French

Physics, Mathematics

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Fredrick F. Lerro, S.J. History, Theology, Ariel

Howard A. McCaffery, S.J. German

Mr. Rowland S. Hughes, M.A., M.S.E.D. Mathematics 22

Mr. Michael Salvatore, B.A.

History, English, Track Coach

Brother Edward Sheehy, S.J.

Mrs. John Sloan

J.V. Soccer, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Baseball

Art, Art Club 23

Mr. Louis A. Tambini, B.B.A. Civics, Health, Director of Athletics Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball

Mr. Daniel Tramontozzi, B.A.

Political Science, Civics, Spanish Varsity Soccer & Tennis Coach

Miss Regina D. Lawrence Librarian

Miss Alice Murphy

Secretary to the Assistant Headmaster Miss Eileen Rush

Registrar, Secretary to the Headmaster

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Peter Brennan

7 Peter Cooper Road, New York, N.Y.

70 Robbins Drive, East Williston, N.Y.

James Beha

Brian Butler

222 East 48th Street, New York, N.Y.

554 First Street, Brooklyn, N.Y.

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James Cooney

Robert Byrne 74

Puritan Avenue, Forest Hills, N.Y.

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Joseph Connolly 305

98th Street, Howard Beach, N.Y.

David Cremin

East 86th Street, New York, N.Y.

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East End Avenue, New York, N.Y.

Raymond Cristofoletti 143

David Dondero

West 4th Street, New York, N.Y.

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John DeVasto

Engle Street, Englewood, N.J.

Christopher Drogoul

3215 Arlington Avenue, Riverdale, N.Y.

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Branford Circle, New Shrewsbury, N.I.

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Charles Garity

65 Short Hill Road, Forest Hills, N.Y.

35-24 166th Street, Flushing, N.Y.

Paul Ganteaume

John Kolaczkowski

540 East 20th Street, New York, N.Y.

180 Greenway South, Forest Hills Gardens, N.Y.

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Stephen Maguire

138.71 63rd Avenue, Flushing, N.Y.

2728 Henry Hudson Parkway, Riverdale, N.Y.

William Madden

Ricardo Maldonado

44 Jane Street, New York, N.Y.

40 East 84th Street, New York, N.Y.

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John Marshall

199 Bayberry Lane, Westport, Connecticut

52 94th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Peter Marchisello

Gregory Martin

29 -58 216th Street, Bayside, N.Y.

165 Griggs Avenue, Teaneck, N.Y.

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Timothy Moore

Joseph Murray

328 Barr Avenue, Teaneck, N.I.

47 Red Ground Road, Old Westbury L.I., N.Y.

Bryan Murphy

John Poirier

21 -10 33rd Road, Long Island City, N.Y.

184 Hillcrest Avenue, Leonia, N.I.

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Anthony Porzio 151

Bruce Powers

Old Palisade Road, Fort Lee, N.J.

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James Power 266

Argyle Avenue, New Rochelle, N.Y.

Ronald Saverin

Beach 140th Street, Belle Harbor, N.Y.

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Whistler Road, Manhasset, N.Y.

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Phillip Valente

170 East 72nd Street, New York, N.Y.

21 -12 Ditmars Boulevard, Long Island City, N.Y.

Bruce Tria

Leslie Williams

9401 Ridge Boulevard, Brooklyn, N.Y.

441 Lyncrest Road, Englewood, N.J.

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John Worcester 170 East Palisade Avenue, Englewood, N.J.

Gary Zito 473 Rockaway Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Charles Wright

Stephen Zrike

222 East 35th Street, New York, N.Y.

Lindsay Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut

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UNDERCLASSMEN

II SENIOR A: Brian Coffey, William Sch-

meltzer, Robert Cullen, Carlos Schenck, Noberto Acevedo, Richard Tourney, John Mezo.

II SENIOR A, standing: John Secondari, Vincent Knapp; seated: Timothy Dowd, Robert Sheehy.

II SENIOR A: Paul Kelly, Frank Livelli, William Booher, Gerard O'Brian, Robert Miller, Thomas Mesereau, Raymond Andronaco.

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SECOND SENIOR B: Edward Hill, Andrew Heinegg, Allan Romney, Charles Hellmann.

SECOND SENIOR B: Leo Larkin, Robert Foley, Gerald Steiniger, Louis Muggeo.

SECOND SENIOR C: Lawrence Cusack, John Planco, Sean Deneny, William Buell, Charles Manfredi.

SECOND SENIOR C: Paul Collins, Thomas Haber, Christopher Murphy, Thomas Dulligan.

II SENIOR C: James Gleason, Raymond Zrike, James Sherry, Edgar Debany, Adolfo Pflucker.

III SENIOR A, above: Michael Gallagher, Kenneth Marte, Michael Soltys, William Wenzel; below: William Wittbold, Raymond Fastiggi.

III SENIOR A, top: Edward Byrne, Ognen Petroff, Patrick Picard, Vito Palmieri, Walter Wynne, Richard Nest, Wayne Herzog.

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III SENIOR B, standing: Gregory Gomez, Rob-

ert Dillon; seated: James Sheehy, James Sullivan.

III SENIOR A: Kevin Cusack, Charles Peters, Kenneth Marks, Brian Booher.

III SENIOR B, standing: Christopher Marchisello, Peter Reeves; seated: Reno DiScala, James Nolan.

III SENIOR B: Edward Dougherty, Vincent Murray, Peter Badini, Tyler Trice.

IV SENIOR A, standing: Anthony Burrascano, Jack Ehn, Thomas Cleary, Craig Gandolph, George Brown, Joseph Cervieri, Daniel Coffey; sitting: Frank Genovese, James Drago, Peter Berruti, Timothy Cunnigham, James Duffy, Nick Dyer, Mark Stumph.

IV SENIOR B: Eugene Larkin, Robert Mauro, Joseph O'Connell, James McLoughlin.

IV SENIOR B, top row: Anthony Herrling, Stephen Iacobellis, Robert Pacicco; second row: Patrick O'Keefe, Dennis O'Leary; third row: John Quinn, James Gomez, Christopher Levy; bottom row: Joseph Gimma, John McGurty, Michael McGovern.

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IV SENIOR C, top row: James Reardon, Nick Racanelli, Francis Peterson, Francis Zambetti; bottom row: Christopher Peabody, Roy Vasile, Phillip Vere.

IV SENIOR C, top row: William Robitzek, Allan Santos; bottom row: Malcom Speed, Robert Stephenson.

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LOYOLA BASKETBALL 1966 -1967

Loyola 85 Loyola 76 Loyola 90 Loyola 62 Loyola 82 Loyola 99 Loyola 50 Loyola 83 Loyola 78 Loyola 88 Loyola 94 Loyola 62 Loyola 90 Loyola 83 Loyola 84 Loyola 79 Loyola 84 Loyola 57 Loyola 89 Loyola 95 Loyola 81

Loyola Alumni 66 Brooklyn Prep 65 Lutheran 82 Tolentine 47 St. Pascal 55 Augustinian 88 Charleston Catholic 64 Serra 64 St. Mary 48 St. Pascal 49 Adelphi 63 Xavier 57 Collegiate 62

St. Mary 68 McBurney 64 Cranwell 61

Poly Prep 58 Riverdale 52 Vincentian 66 Bishop Gibbons 82 Catholic Central 89

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The above speaks for the overwhelming success that the Loyola speakers and debaters enjoyed under the tutelage of Mr. Malcolm Gordon, S.J.

Oratory

Ken Marks and Jim plot victory.

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AD VEKTISJIMENTS

Sponsors Mr. and Mrs. John A. Albert Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Andronaco Mr. and Mrs. James J. Beha Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Burrascano

Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cervieri, Sr. The Hon. and Mrs. C. C. Cremin

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Cullen Mrs. Elizabeth Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence X. Cusack

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Di Francesco

Dr. and Mrs. Emidio Di Scala Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Dougherty Dr. and Mrs. Rosario F. Drago

Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Dulligan Mr. and Mrs. James V. Fastiggi

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Ganteaume Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Gimma

Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Haher Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kelly 96

Sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Levy

Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Livelli Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Madden

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maguire Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Marte

Dr. and Mrs. John A. McGurty Mr. and Mrs. James V. McLoughlin

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Murray Mr. and Mrs. James B. Nolan

Mr. Wilfredo Pflucker

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Plano Mr. and Mrs. John Porzio

Dr. and Mrs. Luigi Racanelli Mr. and Mrs. James P. Reeves

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Starke Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Steiniger

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bayard Swope, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Valente

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Zambetti 97

Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Donald Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Coffey Mrs. Josephine G. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Cusack

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Debany Mr. and Mrs. Ignacio del Valle Dr. and Mrs. Joseph De Rose

Dr. and Mrs. J. Dondero Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Duffy

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morgan Ehn, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Fleischmann

Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Heinegg Count and Countess Wojciech Kolaczkowski

Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Manfredi

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Gerard H. Marks Mr. and Mrs. John J. McKenna Mr. and Mrs. Alexander F. Mezo

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Moore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Connell

Mr. and Mrs. William O'Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Pacicco

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Power Mr. and Mrs. James Reardon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Serbaroli Mr. and Mrs. John J. Speed Mr. and Mrs. Paolo E. Squassi Mr. and Mrs. William H. Tourney

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Tria Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Rossem Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wenzel 98

COMPLIMENTS OF

FOURTH SENIOR A

Compliments of

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THIRD SENIOR A

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