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The Loyola 1968
980 Park Avenue New York, N.Y.
DEDICATION Since September 1960, Mr. Michael Guerra has been teaching the complexities of Mathematics to the students of Loyola School. His clarity of presentation has been and is appreciated by all his students. We, the class of 1968, wish to dedicate our yearbook to this man who taught us Mathematics in Freshman and Sophomore year. Even as the class of 1968 voted to dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Guerra a new phase in Loyola's history began with Mr. Guerra as the focal point. He was appointed Headmaster of Loyola. We thank Mr. Guerra for his part in our education and will remember him for the effort he spent in our behalf. We wish him well and hope that his new venture will be as successful as his eight years as a Mathematics teacher has been.
Class of 1968
Rev. Robert J. Haskins, S.J.
Rev. Thomas C. Blessin, S.J.
Assistant Headmaster, Moderator of Athletics
Rev. Eugene J. Prior, S.J. The Student Counselor
Rev. James G. Blewett, S.J. Latin, Bookstore
Rev. Vincent E. Butler, S.J. History, Religion, Community Action Program
Mr. James E. Di Biasio, M.S. Biology, Chemistry, Science Club
Mr. Michael J. Guerra, B.S. Mathematics
Mr. James T. Langford, S.J.
Mr. Joseph Hanser, M.S.
English, Theology Yearbook, J.V. Soccer
Mr. Rowland S. Hughes, M.A., M.S. Edu. Mathematics 18
Mr. Frederick F. Lerro, S.J. History, Theology Community Action Program, Ariel, Blazer, Cultural Resources Program, Dance Committee
Rev. Howard A. McCaffery, S.J. German 19
Mr. Frank Montaturo, M.A. French
Mr. Orlando S. Rigono, B.A. Spanish, French
Mr. Michael Salvatore, B.A. History, English Track Coach
William P. Sampson, S.J. Latin, Theology
Bro. Edward Sheehy, S.J.
Assistant Moderator of Athletics J.V. Basketball, J.V. Baseball
Mr. Harry St. Clair,
Bachelor of Civil Engineering Mathematics and Science
Mr. Louis A. Tambini, B.B.A. History Director of Athletics, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball
Mr. Danilo Tramontozzi, M.A. Spanish, Political Science Varsity Soccer
Mr. John P. Tricamo, S.J. English Speech and Debate
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Mr. Charles F. Winans, M.A. English, History Director of Dramatics
Mrs. Lillian Nugent Library
Mrs. John Sloan Art, Art Club
Miss Eileen Rush Registrar Secretary to the Headmaster
Mrs. Theresa Connelly Secretary to the Assistant Headmaster
Norberto Jose Acevedo 125 E. 94th Street, New York
William Kevin Booher 229 Paine Avenue, New Rochelle, New York
Raymond B. Andronaco 215 E. 68th Street, New York
William O. Buell 215 Loring Avenue, Pelham, New York
Robert P. Cullen 40 E. 89th Street, New York
Brian J. Coffey 116 East 63rd St., New York
Lawrence X. Cusack 22 Bonnie Heights Road, Manhasset, New York
Sean F. Deneny 524 E. 84th Street, New York
Edgar J. Debany 42 Oliver Street, Brooklyn, New York
Timothy K. Dowd
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Robert K. Foley
36 Alden Road, Greenwich, Connecticut
Thomas J. Dulligan
14 Old Smith Road, Tenafly, New Jersey
Thomas R. Haher 44 Meritoria Drive, East Williston, New York
Charles M. Hellmann Coot Road, Locust Valley, New York
Andrew C. Heinegg 15 Second Street, Delhi, New York
Edward G. Hill 63 East Hamilton, Englewood, New Jersey
Robert M. Kelly 1410 Beverly Road, Brooklyn, New York
Paul J. Kelly 258 Kelburne Avenue, North Tarrytown, New York
Vincent E. Knapp 624 East 20th Street, New York
Peter F. Killie
Leo J. Larkin
17 E. 84th Street, New York
10 Holder Place, Forest Hills, New York
James E. Mac Donald 41 Brayton Street, Englewood, New Jersey
Frank D. Livelli 159 Summit Avenue, Lyndhurst, New Jersey
Charles H. Manfredi 450 E. 20th Street, New York
John A. Mezo
Robert H. Miller
155 E. 92nd Street, New York
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Charles F. Montalto 314 Fulton Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey
Thomas F. Moore
Louis J. Muggeo
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Gerald J. O'Brien 153 E. 78th Street, New York
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John R. Planco
Thomas J. Re
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Alan J. Romney 370 E. 76th Street, Apt. C1008, New York
Carlos H. Schenck
William W. Schmeltzer
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John G. Secondari 1150 Fifth Avenue, New York
Robert F. Sheehy James A. Sherry
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Richard L. Tourney
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Raymond W. Zrike Lindsay Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut
Top Row Ken Marks, Antonio Acosta, Wayne Herzog, Bill Wenzel, John McManus, Alfred Vanderbilt; 2nd Row Brian Booher, John Moss, Gene Cavallero, Kevin Cusack, Jim Sheehy, Greg Cornez; 3rd Row Daniel Albani, Ed Byrne, Bill Viets, Jim Nolan, Bobby Giaimo, Ronald Puleio, John Proper.
4th Row Vito Palmieri, Walter Wynne, Patrick Picard, John Van Rossem, Peter Badini, Chris Murphy, Vincent Murray, Kevin Conway; 5th Row Peter Reeves, Francis Serbaroli, Ken Marte, Ed Winsch, Reno DiScala, Ognan Petroff, Michael Soltys, Michael Pacicco; 6th Row Peter Squassi, Joaquin Reyes, Jim Sullivan, Ed Dougherty, Richard Nest, Ray Fastiggi, Louis DiFrancesco, Gerald Rama, Michael Gallagher.
Top Row: James Reardon, James Gomez; Second Row: Frank Genovese, Joseph Cervieri, Nicholas Dyer, Patrick O'Keefe, James McLoughlin, James Drago, Thomas Cleary; Third Row: Robert Mauro, Christopher Levy, Peter Berruti, Jack Elm, Alejandro Holigores, Mark Ryan, Nicholas Racanelli, James DeRose; Fourth Row: Anthony Burrascano, Joseph Gimma, Timothy Cunningham, Dennis O'Leary, Robert Pacicco, John McGurty.
Fifth Row: William Robitzek, Peter Sherman, Anthony Iierrling, James
Duffy, Philip Verre, Christopher Peabody; Sixth Row: Paul Reilly, Allan Santos, Mark Stumpf, Robert Stephenson, Roy Vasile, Craig Gandolf, Frank Zambetti.
Top Row Randolph Rosso, Charles DeMarbowa, Anthony Biondi, Brian Brady, Gregory Boyd, Robert Butler, Frank Byrne, Michael Callahan; 2nd Row Paul Gomez, Robert Caravaggi, Gary Carbone, Anthony Conniff, Hector Alejandro, Vincent Curatola, Thomas Daniels, Paul Dougherty, Patrick Dwyer; 3rd Row John Kiriacon, Bruce Ganteaume, Charles Gelati, Michael Getlin, Thomas Connor, John Grenato, John Halonka, James Killie; 4th Row Kevin Flanagin, Edward Kotite, Robert Kulka, Carl LiCastri, Vincent LaSala, Thomas Livelli, Anthony MacDonald, John Manfredi, Christopher Martin; 5th Row Kevin Murphy, Henry Murray, David O'Brien, Frank O'Connor, John Murray, Edward Pezzaro,
Bertrand Picard, Timothy Quinn, Luigi Racanelli; 6th Row Orlando Calvo, Joseph Ross, Michael Salinger, Joseph Serbaroli, Raymond Soletic, Christopher Somple, Mark Speed, John Veits, Donald Wenk.
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Woodmere Academy Barnard 2 Staten Island 0 Adelphi 1 Fieldston 2 Garden 2 Collegiate 1 Lutheran 0 Locust Valley 1 McBurney 1 Columbia 1
AR4i Kneeling: J. Gimma, Co- captain, K. Flanagan, R. Paccico, D. O'Brien, D. Coffey, E. Kotite, A. Calabrese, H. Alejandro; Standing: James T. Langford, S.J., Coach, K. O'Malley, A. Conniff, J. Manfredi, A. MacDonald, D. Wenk, B. Picard, D. Kahrs, F. Zambetti, Co- captain.
COLLEGIATE 0 MC BURNEY 0 BARNARD 2 FRIENDS 1
LOYOLA 1 LOYOLA 2 LOYOLA 3 LOYOLA 0
Mr. Louis A. Tambini, Christopher Murphy, Edward Byrne, Thomas Moore, James Sheehy, Tyler Trice, Gerard O'Brien, Captain, Robert Dillon, Kevin Cusack, Carlos Schneck, George Brown, Thomas Dulligan, Charles Montalto; Managers, Gene Cavallero, Francis Serbaroli, James Sherry, Wayne Herzog.
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Basketball 1967 -1968 Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola
67 65 55 74 55 79 63 44 82 78 68 63 63 78 69 51
Alumni 58 St. Agnes 75 Xavier 61 Bishop Dubois 57 Cardinal Spellman 48 Tolentine 75
Lutheran 66 McBurney 59 St. Mary's 79 Dalton 56 St. Pascal's 55 St. Helena's 104 Collegiate 76 Manhattan Prep. 65 Adelphi 58
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Standing: Randy Rosso, Jim Reardon, Gene Larkin, Brian Brady, Kevin Murphy, Tom Cleary, Paul Gomez, Brother Edward Sheehy S.J.; Kneeling: Tim Cunningham, Chris Levy, Tony Holigores, Bob Butler, Nick Racanelli, Malcolm Speed, Dennis O'Leary.
Junior Varsity Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola
60 74 72 70 71 55
Faculty 40 St. Agnes 41 Dubois 53 Xavier 51 Tolentine 66 St. Pascal's 47 Lutheran 48 McBurney 37
Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola
65 64 60 53 65
Freshmen St. Mary's 47 St. Pascal's 57 St. Helena's 71 Manhattan 47 Adelphi 15 Rice 100 Collegiate 37 77
Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola
50 54 69 52 56 56 60 59 47
La Salle 47 Brooklyn Prep Xavier 56 Fordham
La Salle 71 Brooklyn Prep Dalton 57 Trinity 50 Xavier 60
Kneeling: John McGurty, George Brown, Jim Sullivan, Peter Badini, Jose Acevedo, Frank Zambetti, Ognen Petroff, Anthony Biondi; Standing: Paul Kelly, Wally Wynne, Joe Ross, Ray Soletic, Henry Murray, Vincent LaSala, Kevin Conway, Tim Cunningham, Chris Peabody, John Granato; Top Row: Vinnie Murray, Bob Sheehy, Tony Acosta, Gene Cavallero, Ed Winsch, Jack Elm, Brian Brady, Tom Moore, Ray Fastiggi, Bob Caravaggi, Hector Alejandro.
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LOYOLA BASEBALL TEAM Carlos Schenck, Captain, Charles
Robert Kelly, Charles Montalto, Robert Dillon, Edward Byrne, James Sheehy, Michael Soltys, Michael Pacicco, Gregory Gomez, Paul Gomez, James Reardon, Malcolm Speed, Kevin O'Malley.
Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola
3 21 9 8 5 8 6
4 15 9 0
Columbia Grammar Woodmere 0 Adelphi 8 Trinity 1 Barnard 0 McBurney 0 Manuet 7 Manuet 8 Fieldston 0 Collegiate 3
Co- editors: Raymond Andronaco and William Schmeltzer Business Manager: Robert Giaimo Staff: Brian Booher, William Wenzel, Edward Dougherty, Reno DiScala, Antonio Acosta,
Michael Gallagher, Louis DiFrancesco, Thomas Daniels, Bertrand Picard, Gerald Rama, Michael Callahan, Christopher Peabody, John Secondari, and Mark Stumpf Moderator: James T. Langford, S.J.
CRetreat at Gonzasa Oct. 19 196'1
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Past Presidents of the Alumni Association
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Rev. Daniel A. Hare, S.J.
Rev. Robert I. Gannon, S.J. '09
Alumni President: Mr. Albert Barsa '42
Speech and Debate won over thirty trophies this year. Early in the season the four Sophomore debaters, Tony Herrling, Bill Robitzek,
Roy Vasile and Phil Verre swept first place.
Soon our Junior orators, Ken Marks, Ken Marte, and Vito Palmieri, together with Bob Mauro moved steadily up to the best team in the city. They won victories at St. John's University, Hendric Hudson, the City qualifications in two leagues, the state championships, and even the National's in Chicago. Vanderbilt swept the city in mid - season going two for two with first place victories and then the Na-
tional's along with Vito Palmieri and Ken Marte. At every event during the 1967 -1968 year Loyola won individual and team awards.
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to the CLASS OF `68 from
Chris Murray '65
Vincent Murray '69
'IC Peter Badini Kevin Conway Louis DeFrancesco Reno DeScala Christopher Murphy Vincent Murray Ronald Puleio
Peter Reeves Joaquin Reyes George Roman Pier Squassi James Sullivan John VanRossam Edward Winsch Mr. Michael Salvatore
Gregory Boyd, Robert Butler, Robert Caravaggi, Thomas Daniels, Kevin Flanagan, Bruce Ganteaume, John Granato, John Halonka, James Killie, Vincent LaSala, Frank O'Connor, Edward Pezzaro, Luigi Racanelli, Joseph Ross, Raymond Soletic, Donald Wenk, Mr. Louis A. Tambini.
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Congratulations to the 1968 class of Loyola
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