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The United States today is in the midst of a vast quantitative expansion of its cultural life. The chance exists that we may come out into a period of creativity and enjoyment such as no other nation has quite known— not a period characterized by the imitative and tradi­ tional qualities of folk art, nor by the withdrawn beauties of an aristocratic patronage, but by the liveliness, the sense of innovation, variety and vigor which goes with democracy at its best. That is at least | chance worth cultivating. As an intrinsic part of this development, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is an incomparable gift from the present to the future. Resounding through its halls will be works of genius in those fields that stir audiences to rise to the greatness of the human soul. It is opening up new universes of knowledge and action.


Into these new universes emerges the man of Prep— escaping from his small, private society into the wider cultural vitality that Lincoln Center represents. Stimulated by a constant thirst for knowledge and action, he will be cast into this new sphere, and by meeting its chal­ lenges squarely, he will, like Lincoln Center, grow and prosper and leave his indelible mark for the future.


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Each panel above is engraved in crystal with a scene symbolic of one of Lincoln Center’s component interests; Symphonic Music, Opera, Drama, and Dance. Music, the central panel, is represented by the conductor, who directs the harmonies which, while complete in themselves, recur in all of the performing arts. Opera, the left panel, is symbolized by a scene from Wagner’s Giitterlrliimmerunf!. Drama, the back panel, is symbolized by Shakespeare’s R om eo and Juliet. Dance, at the right, with its grace and brie quality, is suggested by two figures interpreting a pas-de-deux.


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Rev. Edw ard J . Snyder, S .J ., M.A. Prefect of Discipline Director of Athletics

Rev. George C. McGovern, S .J., M.A Treasurer


Rev. Francis J . Shalloe, S .J ., M .A., LL.B . Canisius High and Boston College, Woodstock College and Fordham Uni­ versity . . . ordained in 1932 . . . has been at the Prep since 1936 as teacher, principal, and now guidance counselor.

Rev. Jo h n J . McGrail, S .J ., M.A. St. Peters Prep and Woodstock Col­ lege . . . joined the Society of Jesus in 1927, ordained in 1940 . . . taught at Prep in 1935-37 and 1953 to the present. . . now Freshman and Sopho­ more Guidance Counselor.

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M r. Jo sep h A. McCaffrey Assistant Prefect of Discipline . . . twenty years at St. Peter's . . . lives in Jersey City . . . moderator of the Radio Club.

Mr. Walter J . Illy, A .B . St. Peter’s Prep and St. Peter’s College . . . at the Prep since 1947 . . . Registrar, Director of Testing, and Coach of the Bowl­ ing Team . . . lives in Jersey City.

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Miss Alice Capman Secretary to the Principal

Mrs. Mary Riordan Treasurer’s Office

Miss Mary Dunne Treasurer's Office

Mrs. Isabel Daley Secretary to the Registrar

Miss Evelyn Carr Alumni Office


M r. Milton J . Berkowitz Lincoln High School and New York University . . . for the past two years our physical training instructor and coach of the gym team . . . resides in Jersey City . . . “Play ball with me and I’ll play ball with you.”


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M r. Thom as J . Jo rd a n , B .S . St. Al’s High and St. Peter’s College . . . came to the Prep this winter to teach Junior and Senior Math . . . “I hear that one of you is deaf.”

M r. R obert P. Howard, M .S. St. Peter’s Prep, St. Peter’s College, and Fordham University . . . on the Prep faculty since 1950 . . . lives in Jersey City . . . “How’s your Uncle Louie?”

Mr. Jo h n J . Lee, A .B ., LL.B. Regis High School, St. Peter’s College and Fordham University . . . teaches Math to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors . . . his fifth year at the Prep . . . resides in Jersey City . . . “That’s arbitrarily nebulous.”

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Mr. Robert A. McGuinness, A .B. Immaculate Conception High School and St. Peter’s College . . . at Prep the last fourteen years . . . teaches Junior and Senior Math and Ad­ vanced Placement Math . . . resides in Nutley . . . “It's a trick of the trade.”

Mr. Jo sep h F . L upardo, B .S . St. Peter’s Prep and Fordham Uni­ versity . . . at Prep for the last thir­ teen years . . . teaches Physics . . . resides in Bergenfield . . . “Gimme a quarter.”

Mr. F red erick J . Miller, M.S. Xavier High School, Georgetown and Columbia Universities . . . eleven years at St. Peter’s . . . teaches Chemistry . . . moved this year from Long Island to Short Hills, N. J. . . . “Lower your equipment so that it will blow up in your stomach, not in your face.


Rev. Mr. Thomas C. Sm ith, S .J ., A .B. Brooklyn Prep and Fordham Univer­ sity . . . a Jesuit since 1955 . . . his first year on the faculty . . . teaches Freshman Religion and Algebra . . . moderator of debating and swimming teams . . . “Incredible.”


R ev. M r. R obert J . B olanos, S .J ., M .A. Xavier High School and Fordham Uni­ versity . . . joined the Jesuits in 1954; now in his second year at Prep . . . teaches Soph Latin and Greek, and Junior French . . . also moderates the Prep band . . . “Look, Ducky.”

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Mr. Thom as E . Cross, B .S . Regis High School and St. Peter’s College . . . six years at the Prep . . . teaches History in first year and German in third . . . a resident of Lyndhurst . . . “Somebody’s gotta start doing homework in here.”

R ev. Jam es S. Foley, S .J ., A .B . Regis High School and Woodstock College . . . ordained 1952 . . . two years at the Prep . . . teaches Latin and English in Freshman year . . . moderator of the Junior Sodality . . . “Clean off that table!”

Rev. Jam es A. Daly, S .J ., M.A. DeWitt Clinton High School, Fordham University and Boston College . . . teaches Freshman Latin and English, Junior Religion . . . moder­ ator of the Senior Sodality . . . on the Prep faculty since ’58 . . . “Why do you people act like that?”

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M r. Thom as J . Gorman, A .B . St. Peter’s Prep and Seton Hall Uni­ versity . . . teaches Frosh and Sopho­ more History and coaches the Track Team . . . resides in Jersey City . . . “We’ll have a seventh period today, fellows."

Rev. M r. Dam ian O. Halligan, S .J ., M.A. Xavier High School, St. Peter's College and Fordham University . . . teaches Sophomore Latin, English and Speech . . . moderates the Intramural Coun­ cil and coaches the Freshman Basket­ ball team . . . a Jesuit since '55; two years at the Prep . . . “Get your

Rev. H enry A. Hoffen, S .J., M.A. St. Peter’s Prep, St. Peter’s College and Woodstock College . . . entered the Society of Jesus in 1940, ordained 1953 . . . on the Prep faculty since 1958 . . . teaches Freshman Latin and English and Senior Religion . . . “Take his name down, beadle.”

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Mr. Vincent J . K ennedy, M .S. St. Peter’s Prep and St. Bonaventure College . . . at the Prep for 16 years . . . teaches Junior History, English, Speech and Senior History . . . resides in Closter . . . “You’re up the proverbial estuary without the proper means of locomotion.”

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R ev. M r. William A. M cK enna, S .J ., M.A. Campion High School (Wisconsin) and Holy Cross College . . . a Jesuit since 1955 . . . second year at St. Peter’s . . . teaches third year Latin and English, and Freshman Religion . . . moderator of the Dramatic Society . . . “It doesn’t matter—much.”

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M r. Edw ard G. McNally, M.A. St. Peter’s Prep and Fordham Uni­ versity . . . tecahes Senior English and Sophomore Speech . . . a Prep teacher from ’24-’36, ’42-’58, ’61-’63 . . . resides in Jersey City . . . "Did I ever tell you the story about my

Rev. Augustine W. M eagher, S .J ., M.A. Xavier High School and Woodstock College . . . Freshman Latin and Speech . . . moderatorof the Mothers’ Club . . . ordained in 1943 . * . at Prep for the last 18 years . . . “Write pages 91-98 in your Latin books—no hard feelings.”

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R ev. Thom as P. M urray, S .J ., M .A. Regis High School and Woodstock College . . . teaches Freshman Latin and English and Junior Religion . . . at Prep since 1937 . . . “Okay, brother, on your knees.”

Mr. R obert F . M ulvihill, M .A. Gonzaga High (Washington) and Fordham University . . . ten years at Prep . . . teaches Freshman English and History . . . drives from Wayne every day . . . “Did you pay your last month’s taxi fare?”

Rev. Robert E . O’Donnell, S .J ., M.A. Fordham Prep, Fordham University and Woodstock College . . . ordained in 1954, at Prep since 1959 . . . Senior Latin, English and Religion . . . Ora­ torical Society . . . “Catch it on a fly—and nail it down.”

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Mr. Thomas P. R ogers, B .S. Saint Peter’s Prep and Saint Peter’s College . . . two years on the faculty . . . resides in Newark . . . teaches Sophomore English and History . . . coach of the Freshman Football Team . . . “O you again.”

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J. Joseph Sherry, S .J., M.A. Xavier High, St. Peter’s College and Fordham University . . . joined the Jesuits in 1953 . . . three years at the Prep . . . teaches Freshman English, History and Speech^. . . moderator of the Petroc . . . Clean this place up!”

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M r. Jo sep h W . Sinnott, M .A ., L L .B . St. Peter’s Prep and Fordham Uni­ versity . . . teaches Freshman Latin . . . resides in Jersey City . . . at Prep for the last 35 years . . . “I taught Caesar myself.”

Rev. Jam es V. Sm ith, S .J ., M.A. Xavier High School, Seton Hall Uni­ versity and Woodstock College . . . at Prep eleven years . . . entered the Society of Jesus in 1928, ordained in 1941 . . . teaches Sophomore and Senior Religion . . . moderates the bookstore . . . “No sin.”


R ev. Mr. R obert A. Trabold, S .J ., B .S. Chaminade High School and Fordham University . . . entered the Jesuits in 1957 . . . teaches Soph English and Junior German . . . his first year at the Prep . . . moderator of the Fresh­ man Sodality . . . “Sammy, turn around and pay attention.”

Rev. Mr. Francis P. Valentino, S .J ., A .B. Brooklyn Prep, Brooklyn Cathedral and Fordham University . . . teaches Latin and English to Juniors , . . directs the Audio-Visual department, the Paperback Bookstore, the Camera Club and the Dance Committee . . two years at the Prep . . . “You don t care about marks.

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Rev. Raymond York, S .J ., A .B. Loyola School and Georgetown Uni­ versity . . . teaches Junior Latin, Greek and Religion . . . ordained in 1944; at thePrep since 1946 . . . “Make sure sho’s a red-headed Irish nurse.”


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M IS S IS S IP P I 1 7 W A R \ U.S. IS PREPARED TO SEND ’tROOPS GUIDO BACKERS IN CONTROL, JETS BOMB BUENOS.AIRES; TROOPS BATT IE IN STREETS

Soblen Is Dead in London Of D rus Overdose Effects

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P r e p W e lco m e s C lass of ’6 6 On Septem ber 5 , P rep welcomes 2 8 1 of the smallest fresh! p j | ^ ^ n e n ev er? as a new addition to its oldest faction, the student body.

A ca d e m ic Y e a r C om m ences w ith M a ss o f th e H oly S p irit Faculty and students join Father R ector in offering Mass for the success of the coming year.

F o u r N ew T e a c h e rs Jo in F a c u lty Three new scholastics and one new layman add to the quality of P rep ’s fam ed and respected teaching staff.

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N ew L o ck s B a ffle th e S tu d en t Body Lock er keys becom e obsolete. Combinations provide a new and better way o f frustration.

P re p |Drops Grid. O pener to S t. F ra n c is P re p loses its first kickoff game in eighteen years to a new ^and form idable foe.

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' F i r s t D an ce G ath ers Seven H undred Thanks to the painstaking w orkfof the Dance: Committee, the initial “ Swingin’ Soiree” is a smash success. ;

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The dragging aerial attack of the boys from West New York simply overpowers the Prep team and h aves the fans from Grand and W arren with the vengeful cry, “ Wait ’til next

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A N ew Look F o r th e B ook store : "^^adis^BTlttlSme-type priest revolutionizes bookstore policy.


Jo h n A ck en F red Bach m ann Jam es Bru d n icki C harles B u ebendorf M ich ael C annavale Peter D aly A lfred D eD om inicis Thom as D iM atteo R ich ard D w yer

“They don't count. You forgot to say may I.”

D ennis E n righ t R ichard Filoram o Lou is F u cito R obert G ualtieri C hristopher H erchold Edw ard Jakubow ski K enny

9 ^1 1 ^ 1 1 1 1 M ichael Kirkowski

St. Raphael, pray for us . . . Mr. Sherry, I’ll bake you a dozen fudgies for extra credit . . . Turn to Chapter 1.—But Mistuh, we’re on Chapter 23 . . . Yes, Policastro, DAT DING is wrong . . . Now if I ran the school . . . Camp of swords? Gee, that must be a pretty sharp place . . . Come on son, we’re gonna fly! . . . Next—What’s your answer? . . . Does any bright boy in 1A know the answer? . , . This is YOUR Bible . . . How do you say “of the Romans?”—“Womanowum!” . . . Home of the fabulous Joe Tavormina—going strong at 99.04% . . .

Theodore Kwiatl

W illiam M angan C arl Menk

Jo h n Ockay Stephen Pello

President: KENNY QUINN Vice-President: FRANK MURDACO Secretary: MIKE SCAGLIONE Treasurer: MARTY WARD

Anthony Policastro K enneth Quinn

Latin: MR. SINNOTT English, History: MR. SHERRY Math: MR. ROONEY Speech: MR. SHERRY Health: MR. GORMAN Religion: FR. BROWNING

Dennis Rizzo M ichael Scaglione Leonard Sepanak Joseph Stancati Joseph Tavormina Edw ard Valitutto

Martin Ward George


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Thom as D e L u ca Jam es E agen F ran cis F in ck C harles G allagher

“Maybe the wind will change direction.”

Stephen Gorbos M ichael Guglielm elli Jo h n Gum ina

Joh n Ja n a sie J . M ichael Kerw an Jo sep h L a k a ta A ndrew Lew andow ski

. . . Now for the wonderful world of opera . . . Who is God? Take a wild guess, Cappiccille . . . Like I was saying this morning, night is different from day. It’s when Peter Pan comes out. Which reminds me of the one about the Protestant girl who— . . . Mr. Mulvihill is taking bets on the number of frosh with brown sox on . . . I want the big half . . . Okay Scheller, but if Goldwater isn’t nominated, vote for Hambone & DeLuca, the kiddos choice . . .

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John M ercun

M ichael M illen F ra n k M onterisi Jam es M ichael Murphy K evin O’Connor

Latin: MR. SINNOTT President:

TOM DELUCA

English, Speech, History:

Vice-President: JOHN GUMINA Secretary: BILL RAKOWICZ Treasurer: STEVE GORBOS

George Ruggeri

MR. SHERRY

Math: MR. ROONEY Health: MR. GORMAN Religion: MR. McKENNA

W illiam Scheller W illiam Sexton Edw ard Stanton Francis Sutula

Dem m on V an T yle Stanley W asowski


Jo h n Andrews

R ich ard Boyle Ronald Bu rbella

Jo h n Cullum Jan ies D aurio Th om as Devaney K enneth Dombrowsk

And I raised my spear and killed the mockingbird!

R ichard English Brian Fitzp atrick P au l G am arello R o bert Gorm ley G regory H am m er Pau l Ja n z er Edw ard Kidney R o b e rt K olock Thom as L ally

Stanley Lipinski

Ronald M arczew ski Jo h n M ikolay P atrick Montesano Jam es Patrick Murphy Ronald Oechsler G eorge Peterson

President: ED SWANSON Vice-President: JIM DAURIO Secretary: JOHN CULLUM Treasurer: BOB KOLOCK

Latin, English, Speech: FR. MURRAY History: MR. CROSS Math: MR. FALLON Health: MR. GORMAN Religion: MR. McKBNNA

Eu gene Rapcienski John Russell

Donald Schnur 'anson

Patrick Shannon

Joseph Tray nor G erard Ventolo Stephen W eigert

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D onald B eim e John- Booth F ra n cis Bulzis Th om as B u tler Lou is C astelli B ru ce C roffy Jam es C urley iritten D avis

“If you get a little high, don’t blame me.”

D ePascale R ich ard D ietz K enneth D irsa W illia m Donohue Rich ard F leisch er Douglas G aratin a Eu gene Gough

rou get it from the context . . . What class has a Hollywood tut no Beverly Hills? . . . W hat do you mean by saying that 'our mark is V 100 ? . . . Do you have designs on a long life? . . Pop the boards . . . Thou shalt not cancel . . . W hat do ?0u mean ‘Betty Botta bought a bit of better butter’? . . . ?ut that in the concrete, old man . . . W e will have a seventh jeriod today, gentlemen.—But Mr. Gorman, we already have )ne.

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Pau l Kiem ey

Jeffre y Kowalski Paul Lam b R obert Logan Joseph M aresca D an iel M itchell

President: JIM HOLLYWOOD Vice-President: TOM BUTLER Secretary-Treasurer: DON BEIRNE

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Latin, English, Speech: FR. DALY Math: FR. PERSICH History, Health: MR. GORMAN Religion: MR. SMITH

Award Powers Stephen Rutkowski

Jam es Troche Thomas Viggiano Paul W iggin


Peter A ntonini D a n iel Berkow itz Anthony Bryk Carlos C adalzo R o bert C im prich Jo h n Curley R o bert Davis M ichael Devaney Jam es Dondero

No, I m not the one caught on fire last week.

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Robert Fisch er Bern ard Gordon Edw ard G reene Joseph H artnett K enneth Hojnow ski R o bert Jau gstetter

Jaugstetter, on your feet for prayers.—Oh, you are standing up . . . Hurry up Speedy . . . Another swim record for McElroy . . . Vogel, stop peeking . . . Gordon: “Jug? Not again!” . . . Beadle, get out the little black book . . . My hobby is, gasp!, weightlifting—honest, fellas. . . . Klink. “Ah, the Mulvihill orphans will have mustard on their hot dogs tonight” . . . Enter Mr. Cross: “Will the men in the back of the room please stop humming The Wedding March” . . . W e want Hoj!

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W illiam Lau ria R o bert Lyn ch F ra n k M cElroy Law rence M iller Joh n M onahan

Latin, Religion: FR. BROWNING English: MR. MULVIHILL History: MR. CROSS Math: MR. ROONEY Speech: FR. MEAGHER Health: MR. FALLON

K enneth Pisano

President: KEN HOJNOWSKI Vice-President: PETE ANTONINI

Joseph Reid

Secretary: JACK CURLEY Treasurer: MARIO KRAVANJA

Jam es Ryan P eter Scivoletti George Smith Andrew Swietluk M ichael Tom am be Charles Vogel David W illiams

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W illiam Byrne Ro ger C alan ton e

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E u gen e Derm ody R o bert Donovan Thom as Feeney

“No, these aren’t worn through the nose!”

Thom as Fowles Edw ard Garvey R onald G raziano

M ich ael Ippolito Raym ond Kilkenny R o bert K ropke

“Yahweh” rules in I F and so does Fr. Hoffen . . . Chuck didn’t go to West Point . . . Look out! Here comes another eraser . . . McGuinness! W hat are you doing? . . . Obviously not paying attention! . . . One thousand words: PRINT . . . Chic got Fowled but where’s Biesiada? . . . Too bad Snyder isn’t one of the Big Five, then Mike would have Nancy . . . Yellow chalk, yellow chalk, more, more, more yellow chalk . . . If I ever get my hands on the person who throws the yellow chalk, I ’ll . . .

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Jo h n Milsop D onald M orello Joseph Nardini Ronald Pacholec T hom as Piserchi F ran k Proham m er Jam es Richard

President: ED GARVEY Vice-President: BOB KROPKE Secretary: TOM DeANGELIS Treasurer: JERRY MAHONY

John Sakowski

Latin, English: FR. HOFFEN History: MR. MULVIHILL Math, Speech, Health: MR. FALLON Religion: FR. BROWNING

Michael Scott Benny Smutek Thaddeus Sucholbiak G erald Tyne

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A lexander Blah itka R onald Brzenk P h ilip Cam panella

Eu gen e Cybulski G ary D e cin a Jo h n D ougherty

. . . and your sticky entrails’ll be spattered all over the place.

D w ight G reten Jo h n H effem an W illiam H illiard Joseph Ja eg er

Class 1G, the pride of Southern Bulgaria . . . a lavish mudhole situated I around a three ring circus . . . from Mr. Smith’s sleazy teaching to I Mr. Howard’s goodguys . . . In one day our class is mystified by Mr, I Smith’s vigah! . . . Fr. Meagher’s German . . . Mr Mulvihill’s batting I practice with a ruler . . . Mr. Fallon and his pile of chalk . . . Mr. I Howard’s day to day tales of Hopalong Cassidy and the cattle ru $ *I tiers . . . McNerney, get back in the woodwork! . . . Just wead the I wules . . . Judas priest . . . 217 to 220 twicet . . .

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Louis L en zi R o bert M aitner Jam es M cNerney Joh n Moreno Jo h n Nelson

Latin, Speech: FR. MEAGHER English: MR. MULVIHILL History: MR. HOWARD Health: MR. FALLON Math, Religion: MR. SMITH

Peter Pizzuto

President: ALEX BLAHITKA Vice-President: PETE PIZZUTO Secretary: JOHN MORENO Treasurer: PHIL CAMPANELLA

Joseph Scura Kenneth Spiegel Anthony Szpak R obert Urban

Robert Walsh Fred W raga

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Robert Aughinbaugh

Joseph Cam pbell W a lte r Coppinger Rom an C zujko M ich ael D edicos Sam uel D iF e o

“Gee, I flunked Math again.”

Ralph Ferrara R o bert F rees D onald G inty Josep h H ayes Fred erick Jacq u es

Stan ley Kietur

Again there will be no second bell . . . L et’s get on the ball, son . . . Donate to the Mulvihill Orphan Fund . . . See me in the Sodality Office . . . It’s a good thing I gave up pulling hair for L e n t. . . Who's going to Mr. Smith’s Algebra Club? . . . Do you want the homework? . . . Obviously . . . Yes ma’am . . . Yea-ess D iFeo . . . Hey Horsemeat . . . Now calm down . . . Your two health marks total 99 . . . Hey pal . . . Mister! . . . Who were the Poisians? . . . You can go to jug, Tarzia . . . Mr. Smith and his bedtime stories . . .

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G erald M eehan G eorge M itchels Jo h n M uller Thom as Novella B ru ce Paoloni W illia m Podurgiel

Latin, English: FR. FOLEY History: MR. MULVIHILL Math, Religion: MR. SMITH Speech, Health: MR. FALLON

Alfred Rinn

President: FRED JACQUES Vice-President: TOM NOVELLA Secretary: STEVE SEKEL Treasurer: SAM DiFEO

Alfred Sattelberger Stephen Sekel F ran cis Spillane A lbert Tarzia Fran k Vaccarino

Kevin Ward

Raymond Yannuzzi


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Once again, the returning Prep student wincingly looks around and moans in disappointment, “It’s still the same.”—But not completely the same. There were a few changes made during the summer months to modernize the ancient practices of St. Peter’s. Chief among these was the introduction of the Prep man to combination locks! The general consensus of opinion is that they are fun, providing you have plenty of time and a good memory, and above all, that you reach the lockers before the lights go out. Another notable change has been introduced by Fr. James “Wanamaker” Smith. Under his direction, the bookstore has been put on a grander scale. Characterized by numerous specials, new and varied stock and unique contests, it has shaken off its former title, “Watson’s Folly,” and has taken a new name, “Smith’s Bargain Store.”

Fort Knox

bookstore showcase


VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row: Ed Lewis, Tom Floriani, Len Mrozak, Bill McCahill, Dave McConville, Greg Goellner, Tom Street. Second Row: Pete Sack, Bill Rankin, Frank Esposito, Gene Harding, Paul Lempa, Bob Gorman, Ray Boyko, Charlie Catrillo, Ron DeMiglio. Third Row: Don Santora, Denny Barrett, Ed Vroom, Mark Sheurer, Howie Griffiths, Len Franco, John Fallon, Bill Haughey, Mr. Roy Kuenne. Fourth Row: Mr. Richie Skinner, Mr. Bill Gargiulo, Don Soriero, Tim Hawkes, Paul Hering, Bob Christie, Mr. Bob Kelly, Mr. Bill Cochrane. Back Row: Greg Hrebiniak, Mike Granwehr, Frank Koserowski, Larry Finnegan, Chris Mortenson, Bernie Moore, Pat Wallace.

Mr. Bob Kelly (line coach), Mr. Richer Skinner (backfield coach), Mr. Bill Gargi足 ulo (backfield coach), Mr. Bill Cochrane (head coach), Mr. Roy Kuenne (line coach).

Mount St. John Academy, Gladstone, N. J . - 6 2 Football Camp.


Lineman Howie Grif­ fiths. His jarring play in the forward wall has made him a top offensive guard.

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St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loses an opening game for the first time in eighteen years, a 20-13 decision with St. Francis Prep of Brooklyn. Despite the outstanding performances of Frank Esposito on offense and Len Mrozak on defense, the Franciscans capitalize on two interceptions and cash them in for the deciding touchdowns.


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Venutolo, Hughes and associates.

At the count of three, we grab him.

This is the voice of Tokyo Rose.

D . . . these haunted houses.


Sometimes we have to punt.

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ob er ?etrean D rive Opens Looking hopefully ahead to another fabulous yearbook, the staff of the ’6 3 Petrean plagues the student body with its patron and ad cards.

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The B an d S p ark s the P arad e and the Assei The Holy Name parade and the first assembly provide the music men with a chance to show off their new uniforms and new melodies.

Football T eam Shifts into M id-Season Form Blazing a comeback trail, the Prep eleven grinds out two victories and a tie against one defeat.

College N ight Aids F am iliarity Assisted by qualified representatives from twenty-five colleges and universities, Juniors, Seniors, and their parents begin to formulate plans for the future.

Intram urals A re Revived Glass basketball and volleyball teams limber up for the season ahead.

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Cross-country competition warms up Prep’s fleet-footed track men for a busy year.;;

Sophomore, Ju n ior R etreats Begin Second year men reap the fruits of a profitable four day retreat given by Fr. Scully, S.J,, while Juniors set out ‘for closed retreats at Monroe, N. Y.

Petroc, Mad Scientist Publish F irs t Issues Spiced with borrowed pictures and fine writing, the Petroc issues its first masterpiece of the year. The Mad Scientist of 3A also joins the fun.

Paperback Bookstore is Initiated Culture comes to Mulry Hall as Mr. Valentino stocks the latest soft cover volumes.

Dance Committee Scores Second Smash I

All previous attendance and enjoyments records go by the boards at the Halloween Hop.


TOM CURTIN Editor in Chief

MARK CARROLL Underclassman Editor FRANK VENUTOLO Senior Editor

FLIP D’AGOSTINO

RAY HANBURY Faculty Editor JO E NAPOLI Photography Editor

TOM SHARKEY Activities Editor

GEORGE SCHILP

PAUL NAPOLI

GARY BRADLEY

MR. D. J. WOODS Moderator

DAVE HESKIN

Spurred on by Mr. Woods, the talented JOHN PIAZZA

thinkers of this year’s Petrean initiate their an­ nual scrape for funds. All wait expectantly for the money to come rolling in. Instead, the first three weeks of pleading and threatening produce the usual distressing results. The Staff gravely fears that their nervous moderator might have to leave for Woodstock on a premature stretcher.


Late Additions: BOB CHELOC JIM HAEMMERLE BRIAN CONAGHAN JAY SCOTT PAT GALLAGHER

And Guest Caption Artists BOB GORMAN B IL L KELLER JOE GRAZIANO

CHARLIE MILLER Treasurer PAT HANSON Managing Editor

STEVE KLEID Sports Editor

CHRIS KEMP Business Manager

DON SNYDER Art Editor

KEN ZITO

LARRY COLLINS

BILL HAYEVY

KEVIN HANBURY

RICHY BIGG BOB WICKIEWICZ

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But all fears are diminished as the student body repeats its patented comeback during the fourth and final week of the drive. The insolvent staff finds a bonanza of funds on the last day and at three o’clock the drive goes over the top.

“P.S.^Don’t bother us any more, either!”


'pMtbzll Sqccad... Prep’s encounters with the highly-touted Snyder and Hoboken teams seem to prove that the first two weeks of the season were no indication of what is to come. Tagged as the pre-game underdog, the Marauders in­ dignantly launch a mighty offense that proves devastat­ ing to the bewildered Snyder eleven. The final score: a 20-6 victory for the good guys. Next to fall under the now moving Prep machine is Hoboken, a new name but the same beatable foe as always. The proof is a resounding 39-12 thumping.

c hris M, 0tte* ° n Putsh ista Iea ted hoof into i ction. BOB GORMAN File-driving fullback—the man always counted on for the tough, short yardage. Bob made a shambles of the powerful Lincoln line as he rushed for 216 yards, making him Hudson County’s Player of the Week.

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Following a heartbreaking 6-0 loss to Bayonne (the first in years), Prep turns upon the highly rated and undefeated Lincoln Lions. Down 13-0 at one point in the game, the Marauders lash out with a scoring barrage that completely drowns Lincoln s hopes for the county title with a 19-19 tie.

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Under the supervision of Mr. Halligan and his Intramural Council, the spirit of rivalry blazes again. Classes of all years recruit their teams and wincingly look ahead to the program of turnaments, sweat, bruises, and trophies of victory.

Front Row: Joe Donatacci, Bill Kelly, John Hughes, Steve Lembo, Bemy Sypniewski, Brian Kelly, Buddy Marra, Richy Marczuk, Pete Malatesta. Second Row: Mr. Halligan, Tom Leane, Gary Compa, Jack Cleary, Richy Dunne, Jimmy Cleary, Phil Polk, Richy Kacprowicz, Joe Mark, Vinnie McFadden, Ed Regenye, Mike Gillen, Joe Rafter. Third Row: Marty Conlon, Walt Mortimer, Neil Heskin, Bill Zasowski, Joe Burke, Frank Cangelosi, Steve Kleid, Tom Crowley, Bob Morahan. Back Row: Wayne Hayes, John Halpin, Pete Leahy, Brian Bull, Mark Ward, Tom Naples, Keith Hochstein, Tom Gorrie, Charley Dailey, Jim Leman.

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Another first on this year’s agenda is the Junior Day of Decision. Men from all fields of learning convene in the gym to pass on their experiences to the graduates of ’64 and to aid them in making the big choices. October also sees the beginning of the year’s retreats. Fr. Scully is the retreat master for all the Sophs here at home, while the Juniors take wheels, class by class, to Monroe, N.Y., for their closed retreats.

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Father Jaschko is forced to evacuate as Mr. Valentino and his bookbugs worm their way into the audio-visual room to establish their paperback bookshop. With a collection of books on every subject far and wide, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hope that some student just might get a notion to look around. At any rate, another attempt has been made to bring culture to Mulry Hall.

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Kneeling: Bob Barako, Frank Venutolo, Don Muglia. Standing: Bob Sivori, Paul Kelly, Tom Manzo. On ladder clockwise: Jay Scott, Fred Maryanski, Rich Kristensen, Rich Keegan, A1 Pa­ lazzo, Ed Burke, Bob Ford, George Zahn, Gerry Fitzpatrick, Phil Campanella.


An afternoon of pumpkins, paste, and paper enables the dance committee to lengthen its string of successes to two. Colorful decorations, straw scarecrows, and people, people, people. This swinging session rocks the gym into the late hours of the night.

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Amid roll-offs, whistles, and tramping feet, the band displays its marching talents before all Jersey City at the Holy Name Parade. Gleaming in their new uniforms, Mr. Martel’s and Mr. Bolanos’ music men file down the street through the rousing home­ town cheers. Later in the week, at the first assembly of the year, music is their keynote for an afternoon of entertainment for the student body.

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KENNEDY FLIES TO SEE MACMILLA U.N. Council Approves Katanga Student Mbk U Thant for Full Term Stones Its . Corisulatj

House Unit 'to Aet Fast ■: r On Kennedy’s Tax 'Cuts Council Adjourns; Cuban Prisbriers OutlooU-^^im^ic^ ^ Tieadlc d for SWa|

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AAV, Federations Get The Word Kennedy Seeks End O f Athletic Dispute


m b er W e ig h tliftin g Club P re s s e s in to A ctio n A fter a two year layoff (lack o f F a e th ), potential musclemen get back into shape with the help of two new coaches.

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S e a so n ’s C lim a x U n fold s fo r V arsity , If* J Vi, an d F re s h m a n F o o tb a ll Squ ads The Varsity season culminates with a well-played victory over Dickinson, while the Freshm en and J.V . also turn in winning records and the football season passes into the end zone.

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B o w lin g T eam S ta rts B o llin g in P in C om p etition Concentration, approach, and follow-through are all per­ fected as Mr. lily’s keglers m ix the wood in league contention.

F o o tb a ll T eam C eleb rates L a t th e G rid iro n H op The first semi-formal dance on this term ’s agenda turns out to be a victory dance fo r all concerned on a memorable Thanksgiving night.

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H an d y G en eral K now ledge is F o stered a t th e P a re n t-T e a c h e r M eetin g Amid long intersecting lines and a low din of chatter in the gym, educator meets educator in?*n effort to smooth out the wrinkles in methods and to exchange ideas on their common plight.

I a N ew B e tre a t L o catio n A w aits S en io rs Manresa on Staten Island, replaces Monroe, N. Y ., as the scene of fourth-year closed retreats.


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With Mr. Paul Roedell taking out the rusty bar­ bells and oiling his sleeves and collars, Prep’s potential strong men set out to defy the laws of gravity. Muscles tense and blood vessels burst in the attempt to break previous records. And it’s not completely futile; with perseverance and strain, mammoths of muscle come forth—sometimes!


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After weeks of exhaustive rehearsals and numer­ ous trips to the neighberhood delicatessen, the dra­ matic society drives its Troika onstage—D ead Souls and The Gam blers b y Nicolai Gogol, and Swan Song by Anton Chekov. For the first time since ’59, the cavernous Prep gymnasium becomes the Prep theater. Mr. McKenna’s production runs for two nights, and the gambol pays off with satisfaction for all who attend.


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So ends another season for Mr. Bill Cochrane. Though hit with hard luck early in the year, the boys finish strong to preserve his record of 17 years at Prep without a losing season. Dickinson and St. Michael’s fall in the final two games, and the football squad breaks even for the campaign.

Left, Len Mrozak—com­ bines brute strength and good speed with a fierce competitive spirit that earned him All-County laurels and the Tommy Myers Memorial Trophy. Right, Soph Tim Hawkes has the speed to go out­ side, the power to go over the middle, and the class to leave would-be tacklers behind him in open field.

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J.V. TEAM Front Row: Jim Seaman, Paul Hering, Dave Nawrocki, Chris Corns, Joe Kemprowski, Bob Mintel, Ken Koserowski, Daryl Gottilla, Bob DelGhiaccio, Bob Ford, Brian Mc­ Carthy, Mike Grzelak. Second Row: Joe Urbanovich, Basil Iwanyk, John Cleary, Pat Gallagher, Tom Street, Bill Rankin, Pat Lanni, Bob Ribaudo, Bill Torpey, Joe Ryglicki, Jim Heubel, Bill McCahill. Back Row: John Domalewski (manager), Marty Conlon, Jack McCarthy, Dave MeConville, Don Santora, Vince Corcoran, Mike Malecki, Mike Ascolese, Bob Christie, Don Soriero, Gerry Murphy, Bruce Zeman, Jim Van Blarcom, Pete Sekel, Mark Scheurer, Frank Allen, Bob Jung.

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The advent of winter sparks the start of bowling season. Mr. Illy reluctantly leaves his flourescent and foam rubber in the principal s office and wincingly anticipates all the splinters and tears that will be required to mold another championship team. Things look bright. Most of last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pin splitters have returned and are fast regaining their championship styles.

J.V. Team. Standing: Andy Kubiea, Ronnie Kozakiewicz, Frank Laslo, Mike Marszalowicz, Roy Kilkenny. Kneeling: Ed Gilson, Dick Licursi, John Palmer, Tom Damalo, Carl Kaminsky.


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Tradition may have been broken when the annual Thanks足 giving Day game was given a rain check but spirits are not dampened as the Gridiron Hop proves to be a traditionally great success. Free refreshments and glowing oil lamps add a gay touch to the annual fete. A great night on the Prep social calendar.

Sitting: Phil Campanella, John Gibney, Don Cipoletto, Terry Checki, Frank Venutolo, Dick Keegan, Frank Cangelosi. Standing: Bill Morelli, Ed Helminski, Jim Bastek, John Campanella, Tom Manzo, Al Palazzo, Ron Doles, Tom Bacskay, Jerry Fitzpatrick, Phil Polk.


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Fr. Smith holds back the crowds.

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O ra to rs R esou n d W ith W in n in g E loq u en ce More first place prizes come hom e, as P rep ’s top speakers swing into action.

M erm en D ive in to a W e t N ew S eason Hopes float high fo r the swimming team , defending the county title.

S o d alities S p read th e C h ristm as S p irit F ood drive fo r the poor, and gram m ar school teachm g-the true spirit of Christmas and of Sodality comes to St. Peter’s.

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KEITH HOCHSTEIN MR. JERRY HALLIGAN Head Coach

Kneeling: Ed Burke, Richy Kacprowicz, Gary Compa, Tom Dougherty, Dennis DiFeo. Standing: Walt Mortimer, manager, Bob Georgia, Vin McFadden, Bob Ward, Neil Heskin, Keith Hochstein, Tom Mehlem, Don Santora.

TOM MEHLEM


St. Peter’s, a question mark for the county title in the eyes of some unknowing experts, slowly picks up steam as the first two weeks of the ’62-’63 basketball season get under way. After sneaking by a pesky St. Al's five by a 52-48 margin, Gary Compa’s 15 points lead a romp over St. Michael s. Lincoln and Bergen Catholic are next to feel the crush of defeat as Prep flips into high gear. . a At the St. Peter’s College Christmas Tournament a hred-up Marauder five cashes in two victories over St. Mary’s and once again, St. Al’s. But towering Power Memorial destroys all hopes and expectations for the championship and forces us to accept second place. For his tremendous rebounding and scoring efforts, Keith Hochstein achieves a place on the All-Tourney Team.


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’62-’63 is a banner year for forensics at Prep. After sweep­ ing through a few preliminary contests-four trophies in two outings-orators turn their attention to some of the year s major events. Chief among Prep’s successes is Tim Verdons defense of the St. Johns original oratory title. On the district level of the National Forensic League, Prep takes a first and second place in original oratory, and a first in oratorical de­ clamation. It looks like we’ve stumbled upon some switt talkers.

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Father Easterly presents the first place trophy in Original Oratory to Tim Verdon at St. John’s University.

KAZ HERCHOLD


Front Row: Roger O Brien, Pat Kane, Frank McElroy, Charlie Buebendorf, Frank Finck Jim VanEtten Rich Kristensen, Dave McConville. Second Row: Bill Keller, Mike Dedicos, Tim Pakenham, Chris Mortenson Joe Hanrahan, Henry Terwedow, Andy Guzo, Brian Bull. Back Row: Dave McClave, Gary Schumacher ’Tom Kelly, Jack Cimprich, Frank Murphy, Tom LoPresti, Paul Kelly.

The swimming team was weakened considerably by last June’s graduation, and the first meets of the new year haven t been too impressive. But Mr. Kelly’s great coaching is remolding a team with a mixture of youth and experience. The spirit of newcomer “Fish” McElroy and juniors Roger O Brien and Tom Kelly blends nicely with the experience of Paul Kelly, Joe Donatacci, Bill Keller, and diver Jack Cimprich. Only time will tell.

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SENIORS Charley B ruen Charlie Chiccone Larry Collins Fred Diieca Walt Falkowski Jack Feehan Ray Hanbury Bob Humenik Don Joworisak Conrad Kowalski Wayne Marshall Don Riedlinger Paul Roehrenbeck Vin Sarno Don Snyder (prefect) Pete Stace John Ward Bob Wickiewicz

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JUNIORS Henry Balzani Geoffrey Blake Joe Burke Bob Cheloc John Comcowich John Doran Jim Eagan Pat Gallagher Sil Galvan Kevin Hanbury Steve Hansen Gerry Kahle Don Kelly John LoBue Gerry Madaio Joe Mark Mike Marrella A] Marshello Charlie Martowlis Joe Napoli Ken Ruegg Brendan Scott John Shea Bill Stanton Paul Truskowski Tim Verdon Joe Wajszczuk George Wojcik SOPHOMORES Bob Anderson Pete Babits Dick Baker John Baldovin Joe Beres Vic Blue John Bonavita Kevin Brady Tom Brady Bob Bruenhofer Vin Catanzaro Bob Christie Bill Connolly Vin Corcoran Walt Covello Dan Crifo Frank D’Allessandro Lou D’Esposito Ron DeMiglio Bill Dwyer Joe Elmo Lou Fardella Tom Fitzpatrick Harry Fitzpatrick Ed Gilson Bob Genatt

Senior Sodality Officers: Don Snyder, Charlie Chiccone, Walt Falkowski.

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Tim Hawkes Al Huziarski Jon Jacobson Ed Kealy Gerry Kinch Andy Kubica Bob Lahue Frank Laslo Mario Lucchese Al Maldonado Lincoln Manzi Gene Messner Jim Moriarty Gerry Murphy John Murphy Bill Nagel Ray Nastawa Tony Nardino Jim O’Connor John O’Brien John O’Keefe Gene Paolino Joe Paradin Tom Quackenbush John Rusnak Bob Sacilowski Don Soriero Jim Supple John Sullivan Joe Suruda Bill Tenuto Joe White George Witterschein Rich Woodall Joe Urbanovich Mike Yachmetz Ken Zienkiewicz Vin Zingara Walt Zubrycki FRESHMEN

Sophomore R f f Bill Tenuto, Jim Supple, Ed Keaiy.

Junior Sodality Offir-orc t Stanton, J oe N a p o l i , c j ?

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Pete Antonini Jerry Aquino Fred Bachman Dan Berkowitz Jim Blaney Dick Boyle Ron Brzenk Phil Campanella Joe Cimprich Lou Castelli Charlie Collins Tom DeLuca Mike Devaney Sam DiFeo Tom DiMatteo Ken Dirsa Jim Dondero Joe Dunn John Famiglietti Pete Finn Charlie Gallagher Ed Garvey Steve Gorbos Joe Hartnett Joe Hayes Chris Herchold Ken Hojnowski Jim Hollywood John Janasie Bob Jaugstetter John Jordan Mike Kirkowski Fred Jacques Paul Janzer Jerry Mahoney Bill Mangan


ith the sodality’s grammar school reading.

'Please, I’d rather do it myselfT

Taking a more mature outlook on life, the members of the sodalities seek to spread their own ideals to others through various types of Apostolic W ork-teaching gram­ mar school children how to read and how to serve Mass, and making frequent visits to St. Joseph’s Home for the Blind.

These activities definitely put St. Peters best

foot forward.

The Christmas Food Drive.

i cndality moderator. Fr. Browning, soph sodality

Ron Marczewski Frank McElroy Jerry Meehan John Monahan Pat Montesano John Moreno Don Morello Joe Peisecki Pete Pizzuto Tony Policastro Ed Powers John Powers Ken Quinn John Russell Jim Ryan Bill Scheller Pete Scivoletti Bill Skorupski Frank Sutula Andy Swietluk Joe Tavormina Mike Tomambe Demmon VanTyle Stan Wasowski Dave Williams Ray Yannuzzi Vic Zarrilli Tom Zito Wait Coppinger Roman Czujko Dick Dietz Pat Kane Joe Leone Pete Malecki John Milsop

Mr. Trabold, the freshman sodality moderator.


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a ry G ym T e a m S w in g s in to a N ew Y e a r Mounting a new season with its annual exhibition and dance, the gym team shapes up fo r its busy schedule of meets. Mr. Berkowitz has high hopes fo r his third straight county cham ­ pionship.

M id -T e rm s P ro d u ce M ixed R ea ctio n s Christmas vacation proves to be too short, as exam s suddenly spring up out of hiding. Student opinion is somewhat varied —but strongly shaded toward the negative.

S op h o m o res S u rv iv e E x a m s The second year m en, finishing their third set of super­ quizzes, renew efforts, to reach that ultimate end-sum m er Vacation.

C a m e ra Club C lick s w ith A ctiv ity i Afternoon films, new cam eras, and energetic members revive the Camera Club into a flourishing organization. Even the pictures lire interesting.

T h e R ig F iv e D rives P a s t AH O pposition Chalking up seven wins this month, Prep’s Jive Five sees nothing but daylight ahead for the rest of the season. The County Championship seems secure.


Sitting: Steve LaForgia, Bill Richy Quinn, DiNicola, Bob

Zaikowski, Charlie Bruen, Bob Hill, Andy Metropole, Tom Curtin, Barry Reuter. Standing: Ronnie Buryk (manager), Jack Cimprich (upside down), Jeff Tabor, John Banach, Bill Bannon, Bob Sivori, Fred Bachmann, Ricky McKenna (upside down), Mr. Berkowitz (coach).


The gym teams

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Charlie Gallagher balanced in a shoulder stand.

With most of his lettermen returning, Mr. Berko­ witz starts training for the season ahead. Meets have been scheduled with West Point, Freehold, and State Teachers College, along with the usual Jersey City competition. On the whole the season looks bright as the team tumbles into shape at its five o’clock practices.

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J.V. TEAM Front Row: John Monahan, Bill Setti, Bernie Gordon, Fran Sutula, Phil Campanella, Bob Cim­ prich. Second Row: Carl Menk, John Strube, Gene Paoloni, John Domalewski, Lou D’Esposito, Charlie Gallagher, Peter Koch. Back Row: Jim O’Connor, Mike Malecki, Gary Ristaino Pete Malecki.

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Michael Bronowich

Leonard Carusi

William Connolly

President: JACK MURPHY

Latin, English: MR. HALLIGAN

Vice-President:

History: MR. HOLLENDER

Secretary:

TOM NAPLES

PHIL CATANZARO

Math: MR. DUFFY

Treasurer: BOB ANDERSON

Science: MR. DZAMBA Speech: MR. McNALLY Religion: FR. SMITH L o u is D ’Esposito

Jo h n Dom alew ski

D onald Finnerty

K enneth D evins

Charles D ailey

Boys, I’m the teacher Mgy v o u know.: Keep quiet—please? . . . Fitzpatrick, 8:30 Saturday ipgrning . i| Lane, do you sniff too? . . . the people of P en lSp N iSM a^ tlR xagon s on their barns to keep the hexes away. That’s logical . . . Paradin, your nose isn’t touching the window—bend, I said . . . But Murphy, just because my name is Cat, doesn’t necessarily mean that I’m the teacher’s pet . . . If the shoe Fitz, wear it . . . Dis-missed . . .

Peter Currall

Robert H enion

Edw ard Fitzp atrick

Gregory M eehan R o bert H urley W illiam M cG ivem

R o bert L ah u e R o bert L a n e

M ichael M arszalow icz

Joseph Paradin Thom as Ochab Thom as Naples

Joh n Murphy

Joseph Suruda Stephen Struk Joh n Strube

D onald Soriero

Vincent Zingara Jam es Van Blarcom

“Are they still following me?

Jam es Tierney


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Th om as Brad y

Edw ard Bongiovanni

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M a rtin C onlon

Jo h n Bren n an

G regory D onchevich

C hristopher Corus

Ja n Egan

President: JACK BRENNAN

Latin: MR. PARISI

Vice-President: KEN JENNINGS

English, History: MR. ROGERS

Treasurer:

Math: FR. PERSICH

DAVE M cH EFFEY

Speech: MR. McNALLY Religion: FR. SMITH

A rthur Ja co b s

K enneth Jennings

K evin H illiard R ich ard K elleh er

Jam es H eu bel

Homework isn’t optional j£j6iund| here,m )’Boyle . . . You need some encouragement b£j|||Fthereo 11? , . . Bounce the board, Beadle! . . . You wannaj get racked, kid? . . . Why fellows, this test is so easy, I took it myself and got an 87 without even studying . . . Only I’m allowed to tell jokes like that around here . . . How can I give you a fair mark if you’re using a trot? . . . Say son, you’re not cheating, are you? . . . All right, who stole Egan’s homework? . . . Say Timperman, are those chinos you’re wearing? . . . I told ya he was gonna switch tests again . ...

Edw ard F e d a k

Andrew K ubica

Pasquale Lanns

Edw ard L u ick Raym ond Polakos

D avid M cC lave

D aniel. O ’Boyle R o bert Noll

D avid M cH effey Arnold Sansevere D avid Nawrocki

R ichard Secare

T hom as Tim perm an

Richard W oodall


K evin C allah an

Joseph Corpina

R o bert D eG root

Jo h n C arav ello

Latin: MR. PARISI English: MR. SHERIDAN

President: AL McCORMICK Vice-President: B IL L TORPEY

History: MR. KELLY

Secretary: TOM DUNN

Math: MR. DUFFY

Treasurer: MIKE LENNON

Speech: MR. McNALLY Relgiion: FR. SMITH P h ilip F rez z o

Josep h H enderson

Jo h n F ra n co

Joseph Kemprowski

T hom as F itzp atrick Peter K om utick

Nota Bene . . . The r a b b it^ P w a s that chapter ten? No, chapter ten! Oh! I see, chapter K K . . . Mister, we know it would take you half an hour, but the rest of os ftudy . . . I didn’t ask you to lasso the Empire StaTeBumling . . . Good work . . . Thats the first time I’ve seen you with a foot and a half in your mouth . . . W e have no school tomorrow—April Fool! . . . If anyone doesn’t want to take this test, they can get out. Oleniak, I mean through the door . . .

David Egan

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Richard Krasuski

nichael Lennon Jam es O’Connor R ich ard L icu rsi

A llen M aldonado

F ra n k M artu cci

Jo h n Palm er

Steven Pandolfo

Jo h n Rossi

San tor a

W illiam Stefko

W illiam Torpey

Verdoni

M ark W ard

A lbert M cCorm ick


T hom as Chromey

F ra n k F isch l

F ra n cis C ullum

V in cen t C orcoran

E m il G rancagnolo

R on ald D eM iglio

M ark G eiss

Thom as HayevjJ

LATIN: MR. PARISI President: RON DeMIGLIO

English: MR. SHERIDAN History: MR. HOLLENDER

Vice-President: VINNY CORCORAN

Math: MR. LEE

Secretary-Treasurer: B IL L MANGIAPANE

Speech: MR. McNALLY Religion: FR. SMITH

L eon ard L a F a ta

Jo sep h L am b

R o bert Kuklinski

Edw ard Lam bro

N orm an Lom bino K enneth Koserowski

W a lte r Jennings

Now just settle down b a cJ^ H ejH .|||li>ay there, say, say . . . My, w ere talking vigora^By baHBtn B « . . . Yes, yes, yes, yes? . . . Let’s not make th flR d e m flfc tJR x a m up there . . ' Say son, ‘your’ got to do tJff iftand . . . Are you alive down there? . . . You’re mad! . . . When I take off my ring . . . If a Republican were elected, God forbid, but if a Repub­ lican were elected . . . Beadle, how long has it been since you’ve had a real cup of cocoa? . . . NOTE BEN E for that boys . . . Quit! . . . Take a picture; it lasts longer . . . If I thought you were cheating . . . Who’s got an 8^ bus ticket? . . .

P au l M iller

Thom as Quackenbush Thom as M onahan

Tim othy O 'C onnor Jo h n Moore W illiam Strichl

G ary Ristaino

Jam es M oriarty

R ich ard O ’B rien H arold Sm ith

Anthony Salem i

Philip U fholz

D an a Sullivan

Thom as Wiscw

“I’ll eat well on Sharkburgers tonight!”

Nicholas Ziella


Jo se p h B eres

R o bert Brunhofer,

Fra n k D elB occio

B Richard D iN icola

Thom as C orlett

Latin, Speech: MR. HALLIGAN English, History: MR. ROGERS Math: MR. HOWARD

R o bert G en att

Science: FR. HESS Religion: FR. SMITH

E d w in G ilson

M ich ael G rzelak

M ich ael G allagh er

D avid Finn,

John H utnick

G erard Kinch

ICraig F enech

kid Kozakiewicz Joh n Navarra

F ran cis Laslo Thom as Lean e, Jo h n M cC arthy

Louis M uzzarini

M ichael Scannell

Gregory Riso

W illiam Tenuto

Joh n Schock

M ichael Yachmetz

“We dreamt we were basketball players Fr. Smith’s Rosemary red sneakers.”

Edw ard W hite Robert Vignone


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Jo h n Breslin

Th om as C row ley

V in ce n t C atanzaro

Jo h n C am ev ale

Jo h n C leary

Joseph D ePalm a

Jo sep h Cullum

W illiam Dooley

Latin: MR. BOLANOS English: MR. TRABOLD

President: JO E URBANOVICH Vice-President: B IL L SETTE Secretary: CHARLIE KRICK

History: MR. GORMAN Math: MR. HOWARD

Treasurer: JIM SUPPLE

Science: FR. HESS Speech: MR. HALLIGAN R aym ond Grzybowski

Religion: FR. SMITH

Jo h n G urski

M artin G olden

W ay n e H offm an

German Peril . . . . . Fuzzy . . . Muddling in the mires of medieval n H ii^ B ty , . . Look, Lotus Blossom, don’t just sit there swir^Hg your trunk—go pose for animal crackers . . . Big BadjBffp . . M p ey Sammy, meet me in the 2G classroom after tl^Eonrth A n o d . . . Mother Shipton and the Duchess??? . . . W h a J U f f e want, Pierre of the North Woods? . . . Shut up, Boris, or we’ll cut off your blood ration . . . That’s peachy keen—but it stinks! . . . The Flash . . . W e’ll review the material we took yesterday . . . I remember, Mister, honestly I do, but I forgot . . .

W illiam Flah erty

A lfred H uziarski

Jam es Kocot

D om inic Pisano Joseph Kuleszynski

L aw ren ce O ’Rourke W ayn e Nystrom G ene M essner

Ronald Pochis G eorge Podolak M ichael Rogers

Erhardt Rupprecht

Jo h n Scher W illiam Sette Jam es Supple

Jeffre y Tab or

Joseph Urbanovich Jam es Van E tte n Paul W hitehill

Raym ond Nastawa


Lo u is B elle

R ich ard B ak e r

Edw ard Borowski

Kevin Brady

Jo h n B o n a vita

,ohn Ayres

Latin, Greek: MR. BOLANOS President: JOE WHITE

English: MR. TRABOLD

Vice-President: LOU FARDELLA

History: MR. GORMAN

Secretary-Treasurer: TIM HAWKES

Math: MR. HOWARD Speech: MR. HALLIGAN Religion: FR. SMITH

C hristopher D ra b ik

Edw ard D urkin

W illiam D w yer

F ra n cis D ’Alessandro

D a n ie l C rifo

alter Covello

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Xenophon’s father sniffs cl^ p o ^ ^ u e . . . Mister, I dont know what’s going on t o d a y ^ S o v J caj| 3|ou tell today from any other day?” . . . Don’t tlgHc just give &e the answer . . . Jacobson teaching you penmanship? . . . Another brainteasing killer quiz . . . You don’t know B o w t o spelrSacilowski? Just mix up the second half of the alphabet . . . So what do you want me to do, take it down to the teachers’ room and brag about it? . . . But Mister, I can’t put my tongue in my pocket; I have a cookie in there . . . Because that’s the way the Roman mothers taught the Roman children . . .

L o u is Fard ella

Harold Fitzpatrick

G erald Murphy hothy Hawkes

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Fra n k Murphy

Jo n Jaco bson

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Lincoln M anzi

Ed w ard Kealy

Joseph Pilla William Nagel

M ichael M alecki

M ario Lu cchese

A “Now stop that or I won’t send you back in!”

Anthony Nardino

Jo h n O ’B rien

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E u gen e Paolino

« ry Raimondo

Robert Ribaudo R o bert Sacilow ski

Joseph W h ite

Jo h n Sullivan

ge W itterschein

Kenneth Zienkiew icz W a lter Zubrycki

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Splashing in pans of developer, blasting their radio, and flashing cameras, Mr. Valentino’s picture-poppers create photos of every conceivable subject, from the Dickinson girls to Fr. Smith.

In addition to picking up these valuable pix, the

Camera Club also offers the chance to see how much distress one can cause the diligent, hard-working debaters on the other side of the wall. When Mr. Smith begins pounding on the woodwork, the objective is achieved.

Bill Reuter, Mr. Valentino, Ed Swanson, Chris Kemp (president.)

John Fristensky, Charlie Chiccone, Jim Egan, John Domalewski.

MaMonada23’ M n DouSh e»y, Don Kri spin, Allen

Ron Zawacld, Rich Fristensky, John Emmons, CharM# Chiccone.


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The high shuffle in action.

And Regis is supposed to be the bright school?

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T h e P rep starts off th e N ew Y ear w ith rom ps over D a m s o n Snyder and F e rris G ary C om pa leads St. P ete râ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s scorers w ith 16 14 and 14, follow ed closely b v th e con sisten t d ouble figure scoring of B o b W ard and N eil Heskm . B u t the second m atch w ith B erg en C ath o lic finds the P etrean five sleepless after a w eek o f crip p lin g e x a m s -a second loss in eleven outings. S traig h t wins o v e r Fo id h am , M a riit and R egis follow . In a supposed â&#x20AC;&#x153;showdown gam e B o b W ard playing at his finest, swishes 26 points as th e Prep Panthers rout the B ayonn e Bees.

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'My, you have big knuckles!

Mr. Christopher Lane from St. Peter’s College replaces Fr. York who has gone into hibernation for the rest of the term. He takes Father’s Latin and Greek class­ es. May all his problems be little ones.

“Is that what I pay you for, ref?”

A scene from the Untouchables?

I ’ve got a stimulating teacher.


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P u b lic U n e a s in e s s R e v iv e s C u b a D e b a t e I „ , , Defense MinisteJ rro-INasser Kebels r> . . n ] c • t ™ * Kesigns in Canaci seize Iraq Kule ° I Wave of Red Terror In Hemisphere Seen i ~

Cabinet Proposing Diefenbaker Quit ;

Step to Sainthood

Beatification Set For Mother Seton

E||. U.S. Planes Circle Ship ^Hp. 8 Seized by Caracas Reds jFive Seized for Blotting De Gaulle Assassination

High Flying Finn Ups Polel ault MarkAgai

Soars 16-8\

Thomas Tops Brumel in High Jump^° ^


u a ry The L ib ra ry S ta ff K eep s T h in g s R u n n in g E ffic ie n tly Books, m agazines, and m ore books provide the members of the Library Club with a continuous flow of work.

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T h e S w im m in g T eam R e a ch e s Its L a s t L ap Splashing to a fast finish, the Mermen terminate their season in winning style.

G ym n asts C on tin u e D ow n th e V icto ry T ra il The Gym T eam stretches its string of county victories and looks forw ard to another championship.

In sca p e S ta ff P u b lish es Its F i r s t C ollection Short stories, poetry and reviews dot the pages o f the first issue of P re p ’s literary magazine.

Isix M o re

T e am s F a ll jUnder P re p ’s B a sk e tb a ll A tta ck Thfe countdown is .'completed as the scheduled basketball season gets a neat winning wrap-up.

D eb aters M eet W ith T o u rn am en t S u ccesses Impressive showings at Morristown and St. Joseph’s College direct the debating team toward the national finals.

M r. W a lsh R e p lace s M r. M cN ally |

Hospitalized by a heart attack, Mr. McNally leaves his English classes behind fo r Mr. Michael Walsh.


Richy Woodall and Andy Kubica.

Miss Collins, Bob Fischer, and Bill Kelly.

Under the guidance of Miss Collins, Library Club book足 worms inch their way among the countless volumes in the Prep seat of learning. Whether they be setting books in order, collecting fines, or defending the library from in足 vasion, these faithful attendants are indispensable for ef足 ficiency in one of our most popular resorts.

T O elC

John Butler, Pete Babits, Joe Pilla, Bill Dwyer and Gerry Madaio.


Kristensen leans into a racing start.

Cimprich in a back dive.

Tom Kelly an d Tim P akenham eager to get w et.

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Opp. Xavier ............................................................. 36 Bishop L au g h lin .................................................. 52 ...................................................................32 Curtis St. J o h n ' s .............................................................46 Brooklyn P r e p ........................................................51 Lincoln ............................................................. 30 St. Benedict’s .................................................. 43 Seton H a ll ....................................... .4 8

Second Place—City and County Championships * County meets.

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Prep. 34 *50 *48 *31 47 35 *43 *46 48

Opp. Mountain L a k e s .................................................. 50 Ferris ............................................................. 27 D ic k in s o n ..............................................................36 S n y d e r ................................................................... 46 Fair L a w n ..............................................................30 R i c e .................................. 49 St. Joe's ..................................................................34 Bayonne ............................................................ 31 Newark Academy..................................................29


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This year, as usual, the staff of Mr. McGraths Inscape turns out an edition of sterling literature. Dotted with every form of writing, from con足 troversial prose to delicate poetry, this fifth dimension publication assures the faculty, who had some doubts now and then, that there are a few talented men in the student body.

JERRY FITZPATRICK

ED HELMINSKI


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Walt Mortimer, Bob Haley, Jim Davis, John Iwanski â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Basketball Managers.

Mr. Jerry Drago (J.V. Coach)

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FRESHMAN TEAM Kneeling: Mr. Halligan, Jack Curley Jim Blaney, Ass’t Coach Jim Cleary. Standing: Pete Antonini, Jim Hollywood, Carlos Cadalzo, Mike Cappiccille, Brian Stanton, Ken Quinn, Tom Butler, Pete Gassert, Stan Wasowski, Ted Kwiatkowski.

BASKETBALL RECORDS JUNIOR VARSITY VARSITY

St. Peter’s

St. Peter’s

Opp.

52 56 59 67 72

S t. A l o y s i u s .......................................................^8 S t. M ich ael’s ( J . C . ) .............................................“ • L in co ln ....................................................... B erg en C a t h o l i c .........................................5 * D i c k i n s o n ........................................................

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M a r i s t .............................................................. R e g i s .................................................................... 3Q B a y o n n e ................................................................ ^ L i n c o l n ..................................................................... D i c k i n s o n ......................................................... Snyder ............................................................... F e r r i s ..................................................................... g5 M a r i s t ............................................................... B a y o n n e .......................................................... Essex C a t h o lic ................................................... D on B osco P r e p ............................................

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HUDSON COUNTY CHAMPIONS 52

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ST. PETER’S COLLEGE INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 55

S t. M ary’s (E lizab eth ) (overtim e).

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EASTERN STATES CATHOLIC INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT (NEWPORT, R. I.) 45 48 46

S t. Jo h n ’s (W ashington, D .C .) . • C entral C atholic (Allentown, Pa.) S t. M ary’s (M anhasset, N. Y .) . • W on 2 3 ,

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S t. A l o y s i u s .....................................................5 6 S t. M ichael’s .................................................... 34 L i n c o l n .................................................................. 58 Bergen C a t h o l i c ..............................................5 5 D i c k i n s o n ........................................................... 50 Snyder . . ...............................................5 1 Ferris . . . ” .............................................. 5 6 M a r i s t .................................................................. 4 1 B a y o n n e ........................................................... 5 6 L i n c o l n .................................................................. 48 Regis ..................................................................38 D i c k i n s o n ........................................................... 43 S n y d e r .................................................................. 5 2 F e r r i s .................................................................. 48 M a r i s t .................................................................. 43 B a y o n n e ........................................................... 4 ® Bergen C a t h o l i c ..............................................53 Fordham P r e p .....................................................50 W on 1 3 ,

Lost 5

FRESHMAN TEAM St. Peter’s

Opp.

53 29 40 39 14 32 45 38 18 31 35 34 33

S t. A l o y s i u s ..................................................... 18 L i n c o l n ..................................................................4 ^ M a r i s t .................................................................. 44 D i c k i n s o n ........................................................... 48 Regis ................................................................. 44 ........................................................... 4 * Snyder S t. A l o y s i u s ............................................... ^ St. M ary’s .................................................. ^3 S t. M ichael’s ( U . C . ) ........................................46 B a y o n n e ........................................................... 48 S t. M ichael’s( J . C ) ...........................................4 5 S n y d e r .................................................................. 38 L i n c o l n ............................................................

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M a r i s t .......................................... ' ' ' n Dickinson ............................................. 4 S t. M ichael’s( J . C . ) ........................................... 46 Ferris ........................................................... St. Anthony’s ............................................... W on 5 ,

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Fred Jacques, John Janasie, Jerry Aquino, John Milsop, Ron Pacholec, Dan Berkowitz, Stan Wasowski, Steve Gorbos.

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Nelson, R -V Dwyer

Joe Hartnett, John Baldov

Henry Raimondo

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a r c h S p rin g B id in g S easo n C om m en ces W ith oiled saddles and bridles, Fath er Jaschko’s riders once again tro t up to Clove Lake Stables to follow their equestrian pursuits.

F o u rth F lo o r A rtis ts C an v as T h e ir W o rk The A rt Club keeps its fourth floor pad in sketching condi­ tions under the guiding brush of Mr. Fallon.

Ju n io rs P lo d on W ith fifteen m ore school months till graduation, the junior classes faintly glimpse the end.

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St. Pete’s laces on the wheels and takes over fo r a day at Bayonne’s Roller Rink.

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H ardw ood H op V ies w ith N ew port The second semi-formal of the year keeps spirits high, while at the same time the Newport Tournament sobers them.


Chris Marvinny, A1 Wickersty, Phil Ufholz.

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Phil

Uthofe Mark Sullivan,

B ill Kelly-

T°m G°rrie (President)

Now that spring is here, Father Jaschko’s short jockeys resume their cantors over to the Clove Lake Stables for an afternoon of equestrian enjoyment. These horseback riders trot along high in the saddle (sometimes out of the saddle), all through the late hours of the day until dusk finally calls them back to the stables. Wearied and sore in the right places, they return home anticipating anxiously their soft, stationary beds.


A dip here, a dab there, a splash over there, and another picture is created by Mr. Fallon’s Rembrandts. With adept­ ness and dexterity, these artists take some aspect of life and capture it on canvas—resulting very often in something which experts call abstract. But when it comes to supplying posters for other organizations in the school, the thumbs are wiped off, out come the brushes, and inviting advertisements appear.

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Persichcution . . . B e manly . . . “A bat is beautifully soft and silky” . . . Hit the deck and pop the board . . . Dr. Sun-Yat-Sen died in 1925. True or False? True? No, True . . . Kind of . . . All right, gents . . . Mad scientist defunct . . . Herr Brewmeister: I don’t know exactly. W hat do you think, Milkowski? . . . J.K .’s S.F. club . . . Hey, Sammy! Are, you going to join the art club? . . . Hah! . . . Just 78^ . . .

G eorge A psley

H ow ard B e ll

rili Edm und Burke

A nthony C alabrese

fe f IsC

R o b e rt C heloc

m m M ich ael D ’A m ore

B ria n Conaghan

H arold D w yer

President: HOWIE BELL Vice-President: JO E NAPOLI

Ja m es H aem m erle

Jo h n H ennesey

Secretary-Treasurer: ED BURKE

Lou is Jaku b

Jo h n Iw anski

Latin, English: MR. McGRATH History: MR. KELLY Math: FR. PERSICH Chemistry:

R ich ard Kristensen

Edw ard Kukli]

MR. M ILLER

German: MR. TRABOLD Religion: FR. JASCHKO

F red erick L a u

M ichael M arrella

M ichael M ullin

Jo h n Napierski

Thom as M ilkowski

Joseph N apoli

Jam es Sanders

Arthur Rizzi

Jo h n Scott

Edm und Tarrant

‘‘How about another verse of the ‘Limbo*.”

George W oicik

130

E dw ard Legow ski


Rissland, this is your last chance to pass Religion—Now, who made you?—No, she didn’t, Rissland . . W hat do you mean, ‘All great Latin scholars are bald?’ . . . Alle zusammen, bitte 1, 2, 3 . . . 1, 2 . . . 1 . . . Aw c’mon guys . . . Is everyone ready for a surprise quiz tomorrow on a whole lot of stuff? I ’ve got to find a way to cut out English tests—but in the meantime . . . I didn’t want to embarrass you in public, McGeough, but since you brought it up . . . Somebody’s just got to start doing homework around here . . .

M ichael Ascolese

AM W illiam Bann on

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Edm und H elm inski

B ria n D avis

President: JACK McGEOUGH

Jo h n K ane

Vice-President: CARL RESTIVO Secretary: JERRY NOVOBILSKI Treasurer: TOM KELLY

J fM T hom as F . K elly

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Jo h n M cG eough

History: MR. KELLY Math: MR. McGUINNESS Chemistry: MR. MILLER

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Roger O ’Brien

C arl Restivo

F ran cis Post

Robert Rissland

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K evin Rooney '

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Joseph Terranova

A n t h o n y W is n ie s k i

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Awlright . . . W ill you pleasa reada, Mike Ambrosio . . . I try to sing—you’re a very captive audience . . . You Neapolitan nincompoop . . . Gentlemen—and Morgan . . . You’re sitting at the foot of the Master—Where, Mister? . . . Why, wherefore, you make all that noise? . . . W rite out twice the text . . . derriere . . . Write out, “I must not bring my bookbag to class because Mr. Hank aad b fs ncfalike it,” but you write out, “I must not bring my Tfooilftf i i y ’clffss because Mr. Hanlon does not like m e!" . . .

R o b e rt A lexander

M ich ael Am brosiJ

Raym ond Berb erich Fra n cis B ad ach

R o bert Lindsay

R o bert Bozzo

Jam es D avis

A ndrew Byrne

Jam es D eC icco

A lexander Guzinsl

R o bert D iesner

W illiam D ev lin

President: DAVE McCONVILLE Jo h n H ollingsw orth

D enis Johnson

Vice-President:

TOM STREET

Secretary: MIKE AMBROSIO Treasurer: RICHY MORGAN W illiam F . K elly

R o bert Krychow ski

Latin: MR. DUFFY A lfred M arshello

Jo h n M arra

English, History: MR. KENNEDY Math: MR. HANLON, MR. JORDAN French, Religion: FR. JASCHKO D avid M cC onville

Christopher M arvinny

Edw ard M ottershead

Richard M organ

Louis Pom pilio

E . G erard M cGoveS

G eorge P irich

A lbert Rinald

Jam es Roach

W illiam Sheridan

Leonard Rosa

Thom as S treet

Jam es Sutcliffe

M ark Sullivan

Stephen Zaikowski

Ire “Well, I’m really stronger &§ than I look!”

Bruce Zeman


LU XU RIAN T G RA TITU D E FROM 3D TO: Father York—for himself. Mr. Lane—for an open mind and willingness to discuss almost anything rather than teach. Mr. L ee—for the sense of mystery and adventure in which he shrouded our Math classes. Mr. Bolanos—for any number of things.

R o n ald Buryk

Bernard Brady

Mr. McGrath—for the consummate artistry and literary insight with which he broke his elbow.

Lou is C alvi

Jo h n B u tle r

Mr. Berkowitz—for his perseverance in the face of bare­ faced enmity. Mr. Kelly—for the benefit of a searching mind and an exotic wit, couple^w ith rar^eood humor. Fr. Browning—for le.ipihg W o the breach.

D a n ie l D onahue

Philip D ’Agostino

Ja m es D unn

W ilia m H ayevy

M ch a e l G ravino

| Silverius Galvan

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D onald Kelly

Edw ard Hynes

K azim ierz H erch old

President: B IL L McCAHILL Vice-President: KAZ HERCHOLD Secretary-Treasurer: BRIAN McCARTHY i

Stan ley K ielbow icz

John Keselica

Latin, Greek: FR. YORK, MR. LANE

David M adej

Joh n LoBue

English: MR. McGRATH History: MR. KELLY

H W illiam McCahiU

Math: MR. L E E French: MR. BOLANOS Religion: FR. YORK, FR. BROWNING

D avid Reiser

H arold M oore

Jam es S cott

Brend an S cott

Kenneth Ruegg

W illia m Simms

A nthony Suruda

Francis Sorochen

Tim othy V erdon

John Walsh

Instant Insanity

Lau rence M cHeffey

B rian M cC arthy

Robert Reveri


R ichard Balcerzak

H enry B alzan i

G eoffrey B lake

Josep h Brew er

iT i Jo h n C arroll

Jo h n D oran

Josep h C zechow ski

R o bert D oyle

Jo h n F o le y

Law ren ce Fin n egan

R o bert Ford

President: BILL MORELLI

R o bert Frezzo

Edm u nd G loriande

K evin H anbury

Vice-President: BOB DOYLE

Stephen Hansen]

Secretary-Treasurer: LARRY FINNEGAN

Thom as L o Presti

Josep h M ark

Latin: MR. McGRATH English, History: MR. KENNEDY

C harles M artow lis

V in cen t M cT igh e

Math: MR. LEE

Ronald Michalewsl

German: FR. HESS Religion: FR. DALY W illiam M orelli

Jam es M ich ael M urphy

Steven Olesky

Jam es Saldarini

Bernard Sypniewski

N icholas T agliareni

H enry Terwedow

Robert Zahn

The real butch<ier has stepped forward.

D a n iel Petrella

Joh n Schw eitzer

Bernard

Thom as O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Boyle

Charles Polak


ehlem, what’s your H f i l won’t send y °u to the Dre for an elephant % 'Ko feoed to cheat on this test, >ys . ■ •When you ijjblress it* don’t call me m ister!-Yes, adam . . •Pass any eftras o l i r to Greg . . . The next one catch is going out—maybe . . . You have to learn to ;sociate ideas^-right, Wilson? . . . All right boys, let’s keep quiet, cool it man, cool it . . . Piscotta, report to Fr. iscotta’s office . . . Keep it up, but don’t get caught . . .

R ichard Bieleck i

Jam es B a rrett

Jam es C olligan

C harles C appiccille

Pau l D aly

Joh n C om cow ich

Th om as Dougherty

Jam es D onnelly

R o bert Ju n g

R o b e rt H ill

Andrew Guzo

Jam es Guardino

R o b e rt G albraith

P atrick F a llo n

R ich ard D ren n an

President: PETE SACK Vice-President: TOM MEHLEM Secretary: BOB HILL Treasurer: JIM DONNELLY Joh n L arkin

T h o m as K errigan

T hom as K eating

Latin: - MR. DUFFY English: MR. McKENNA History: MR. KELLY Math: MR. HANLON, MR. JORDAN

G erard M adaio

James Lem an

French: MR. O’SULLIVAN Religion: FR. DALY John M iller Thom as M ehlem

Josep h M cM anus

P au l New ell

John Murgolo

Jeffrey Quirk

Jo sep h P iscotta D an iel O ’Connor

G ary Schum acher

Jerom e S t. John

Tim othy Senff

Pau l Truskowski

Gregory W illiams

135 The “P” stands for Paisan.


Siddown, shaddup, stand up for the prayers . . . Eagan, what are you laughing at? . . . Say something intelligent, Mawatta How would you guys like to be impaled? . . . All you gotta do is go home and inter­ polate! . . . Haley, how would you like to be a Comet? . . . Boys, Boys, Please! . . . I was sitting there correcting papers when all of a sudden—Y-a-a-a-a! . . . Did you say write out the Constitution 5 times?—No, I said write out the Constitution 5 times . . . Be prepared for a sneaky-type quiz, tomorrow . . .

Jo h n Beirn e

Josep h Burke

Fra n cis C angelosi

Lou is Casazza

R o bert C osenza

G eorge D aneri

G ary D iV ito

Joseph G eary

B a sil Iw anyk

Ja m es Jo h n E a g a n

R o bert H aley

Howard Knapp

R o b e rt H anel

W olodym yr K ow basniuk

K eith Hochsteii

Latin, English: MR. VALENTINO History: MR. KELLY Math: MR. McGUINNESS

D onald Krispin

P e te r M alatesta

French: MR. O’SULLIVAN Religion: FR. MURRAY

Ed w ard Lew is

M ichael M arotta

John L ynch

President: JO E RURKE Vice-President: KEITH HOCHESTEIN Secretary: B IL L REUTER Treasurer: HOWIE KNAPP

Jam es M atthews

H arry M oscatello

Fran cis M erlo

Gary O’Brien

Peter Orrico

Jo h n M escall

H . D ennis O ’N eill

W illia m P etro

W illiam Rankin

John Righi

W illiam Reuter

Paul Roerty

Joseph Ryglicki

Peter Sherry

M ichael Simmons

John T . Sullivan

Get lost, Barrett.”

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My formal name is Andrew, but you can call me Andy . . . So what if my tests comdjfrom p a jB ^ . . . When you put those nouns on the board, MisterJv’A ’Te putting on the plural singular, aren’t you? .7®?*?*W hf^kPyou erase that problem, Zaiens? W e haven’t done it yet . . . What are you doing Hering?—I ’m thinking, Sir—Hering let’s not get ridiculous . . . Mister, could you please face the class? Gallagher has to read lips . . . Well boys, for today’s experiment we’ll color Easter eggs . . . Home of Glenn Grieco . . .

Th o m as B acsk ay

Jam es C am pbell

R o b e rt D e l G h ia ccio G eorge D uva

P a trick G allagh er D aryl G ottilla

President: JIM CAMPBELL Vice-President: CHRIS MORTENSON Secretary: JO E WAJSZCZUK

G len n G rieco

Treasurer: GEORGE DUVA

P au l H ering D avid Heskin

Latin, English: MR. VALENTINO

Thom as Jam es K elly

History: MR. KELLY Math: MR. HANLON, MR. JORDAN Chemistry: MR. M ILLER German: MR. TRABOLD

C harles Kuzminski Kenneth Ladny

Religion: FR. MURRAY

Jo h n Lesko

W illiam M ortenson

Ronald R egan

Fred erick Maryanski

Steven Murphy

W illiam Stanton

Joseph W ajszczuk

John W ad le

Andrew W allace

“I’m addicted to Compoz, COM-POZ.”


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W est P o i n t .................................... Third place in New Jersey State Gymnastic Championships at Freehold. Hudson County Champions. City Champions 1961, 1962, 1963. Twenty-two straight wins since 1960.


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Mr. William Hanlon returns to Boston for his second open heart operation-this one even more dangerous than the first, two years ago. Twelve hours on the table, plus a few more hours to unravel complications. But again Mr. Hanlon comes through, fortified by many anxious prayers and gallons of blood donated by his students. Modern medicine saves one of the Peter s greats. Mr. Thomas Jordan takes over Mr. Hanlonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Math duties for the rest of the term.


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S.E.C. SEES ‘GRAVE’ MARKET ABUSES BUT NO BROAD PATTEM &FRAUD; ASKS NEW CURBS AND BETTER DAfA I

Philharmonic Hall Faces Changes

Steel Firms Ail Aligned

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A p r i l W eather W arm s Up fo r B aseball The approach of Spring brings with it bats, balls, gloves and diamond dust.

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C hess Club Concludes its M atches ^ ^ f c T h e end of a winter of fervid challenges finds the members B o f the chess club ready for new spring action.

Tennis T eam Loosens Up The racket men volley once again under the evil eye of Coach Snyder, S.J. s

C lear R eception K eeps the Radio Club Tuned j More hams than ever crowd the airwaves as this year’s club members work toward their broadcasting licenses.

(S p rin g T rack Sees New Coach

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M ission N ight Tops M ost Successful, Drive Yet Tua-o-war, volley ball, basketbaU and dance all combine to ^ * 1 .0 0 1 .0 a record total of over $ 7 ,4 0 0 for missions.

[Second P lay Perform ed B y D ram atic Society ft

‘‘The Mouse That Roared,” a laugh-filled comedy by Leonard Wibberly and Christopher Sergei, come, to the foothght. a . the actors present their Spring performance.


Front Row: Mr. Bill Cochrane (Coach), Mike Bronowich, Tim Hawkes, Ray Zolnowski, Bill Rankin, Joe Urbanovich, Ed Kuklinski, Mike Gravino (manager). Second Row: Jim DeCicco, Jack Ferreri, Tom DeAngelis, Tom Street, Jack McGeough, Pete Sack, Glenn Grieco, Jerry Fitzpatrick. Back Row: Bob Hill, Mark Scheurer, Tim Pastorino, Pat Fallon, Ed Burke, Denny Barrett, Frank Esposito, Rich Marczuk (manager).

R“eAtiUte £xctfeme*tt ol

DENNY BARRETT

FRANK ESPOSITO

BILL RANKIN

RECORD (Before May 1st) St. Peter’s Opp. 9 Steven’s Frosh . . . 3 3 St. Aloysius . . . . 2 6 St. Michael’s (J.C.) . . 8 4 M a r i s t ................................... 3 6 F e r r i s ................................... 0 2 Marist .............................. 3


F It z p a t r ic k

ED KUKLINSKI

McGEOUGH x jr b a n o v ic h

RAY ZOLNOWSKI

m r . b i l l g a r g iu l o

MR. BILL COCHRANE Coach

(Assistant Coach)

TOM STREET


Ed Hynes, John Murgolo, Jim Guardino, Richy Kelly, Conrad Kowalski, Pete Renner, Paul Truskowski, Bob Wickiewicz, Ron Zawacki, Jeff Kowalski, George Peterson.

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(%/teAA ‘Socvid, Every afternoon in the 3-C classroom, eight or ten royal pawns of the Chess Club pull out the chess boards and maneuver their men into position. Tuning up for inter-school matches, these knights in the hands of Fr. Jaschko rack their brains before making their moves. Sometimes they never move.

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That night is here again. Tall, short, fat, thin, there’re all out there on the court as the faculty tries to beat the students at their own game. Tug-o-wars, volleyball, and basketball keep the now revealed teachers on their toes (if possible), battling against the skillful student teams, all for the benefit of the missions. Of course, the students let the “old men” win—for ad­ vantageous reasons. “Oooo, you rat, you!”

The situation is rectorfied

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t6 e STAN WASOWSKI (Activities Manager) RON ZAWACKI (Treasurer) MIKE GUGLIELM ELLI JOHN MERCUN DEMMON VAN TYLE JO E LAKATA FRED WRAGA JOHN ACKERMAN ED SWANSON GREG HAMMER ROGER CALATONE

IQ cu U o GENE RAPCIENSKI TOM PISERCHIA TONY BRYK RAY NASTAWA BILL DOOLEY

their signals across America and wait hope­ fully for an answer. Very often their efforts

AL HUZIARSKI ERHARDT RUPPRECHT

are rewarded and Mr. McCaffrey, the prime

FLIP D'AGOSTINO

ham,” jumps for joy when some unknowing person happens to respond. The Radio Club almost passed into oblivion this year, but the

STAN LeWAND JOHN SHYNNE

eagerness and zeal of the true radio fanatics forced Mr. McCaffrey from his pleasant hours

TONY SPINA DAN PETRELLA

in the jug room to a new interference pattern.

PAUL TRUSKOWSKI

Now maybe we’ll get WABC.

PAUL ROEH REN BECK (Vice President)

W ith antennae up and transmitters open, the “hams” of the revamped Radio Club beep

JOHN CARAVELLO (President)


Front Row: Gary Damiani, Rich Dietz, John Dougherty, Jim Troche, Joe Peisecki, Pete Malecki. Second Row: Ron Regan, Bob Hallas, John Hennesey, Bill Stanton, Bill Tenuto, Bob Zaiens, Den Cantoli, Nick Tagliareni. Back Row: Joe Napoli, Chris Mortenson, Larry McHeffey, John Rossi, Ed Lewis, Frank Koserowski, Don Snyder, Mr. Paul Roedell (Coach).

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Joe Cimprich poses with the shot.


Kneeling: Chris Herchold, Dan Berkowitz, Bob McKenna, John Hughes. Standing: Len Franco, Stan Kielbowicz, John Fay, Jack Bassi, Dave McConville, Pat Montesano, Phil Campanella, Kaz Herchold, Ray Boyko, Tom De Martini, Norm Lombino, Mike Ascolese. Top: Ken Jennings, Denis Johnson, Fred Ducca, Bob Wickiewicz.

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Tom DeMartini

Grand Fenwickian soldier to a raving mad American Scientist, these actors produce a truly great show that leaves two audiences buzzing, chuckling and eagerly awaiting next year s productions.

Kaz Herchold


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Commies Gloat: 1Give Us 5 Years'

BIG RED VOTE IN ITALY Fire Hoses, Dogs Turned On Birmingham Negroes Justice Aide Says ‘States Rights’ Amendments Could Cost N egroes the Vote

SUPREME COURT LEGALIZES SIT-INS IN IM IW 5 R C IN G SEGREGATION; BIRMINGHAM’S SCHOOLS DROP 1;100

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a y T h e B a n d T u n e s U p fo r A n o th e r C o n cert Lively scores fro m B y e, B ye, B ird ie and No Strings lift this year’s m usicale to new heights as ’6 2 - 6 3 wanes.

S e n io r P ro m T op s th e S o cial C alen d ar An unforgettable night of dining and dancing at the Westm ount Country Club and accom panying parties crown a highly successful social season.

F iv e G rou p s S eek A d van ce P la ce m e n t Ending their year of extra study, P rep experts in English, History, Chemistry, Math, and Latin seek to earn some credits fo r their com ing college curricula.

G olf T eam T e es Up fo r I ts S p rin g W o rk o u t Clubs in hand, the esteemed “ pitch and putt” men once again troop a r o u n d the links and sharpen up fo r competition ahead.

I' L e a g u e L e a d e rs R eceiv e P in s | of R eco g n itio n At their final holy hour, the Leaders of the League of the Sacred H eart are presented with pins as an acknowledgement of their outstandinglservice.

M arin e C orps P h y sica l F itn e ss T eam G ets S et The top eight physical specimens work out in the gym to prepare fo r the national competition.


Mr. Robert Bolanos, S.J., moderator.

Mr. John Martel, director.

Richy Kelleher, Emil Grancagnolo, Fran Sutula, John Lesko, Pete Sherry, Bob Graham, Arnie Sansevere, Charlie Martowlis, George Mitchels.

John Comcowich, Pat Shannon, Phil Frezzo, Dan Petrella, Roy Yannuzzi, Steve Weigert.


Graduating from the hum-drum of parades and assemblies, the music men climax the year with their annual band concert.

Hounded by their

“moderator from the south,” Mr. Bolanos, and their elusive manager, “Mugs” Muglia, the beaters and tweeters come forth with their finest performance. Scores from the Broadway hits, No Strings and Bye, Bye, Birdie, plus Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture are among the tunes offered by Mr. Martel’s boys, and everything comes off with a bang.

Kneeling: John Scher, Bob Gualtieri, Dana Sullivan, Don Morello, Mike Mullin, Wayne Nystrom. Standing: Joe White, Andy Wal­ lace, Frank Cangelosi, Mike Servino (President), Gary O’Brien, Ron Buryk.

Managers Tom Quackenbush, Ed Lambro, Don Muglia, John Butler.

Tony Calabrese, Paul Roehrenbeck Roman Czujko, Monteforte, John LoBue, Tony Szpak, Ken Ruegg, Greg Byrne, George Wittershein, Joe Terranova, Charlie Collins, A1 Me Cormick, Bill Nagel.

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Mr. Sherry’s golf team slices and hooks its way into the short Spring season. One returning letterman together with a number of promis­ ing amateurs are trying to clear the sand traps and catch themselves a birdie. Scores keep diminishing, and hopes for a state championship are running high.

Bill Connolly

Tom Sharkey

Mike Granwehr, Mr. Sherry (Coach), Bob Gesell.lB,!


Sitting: Richy Skoblar, Lou Ferrara, George Held, Don Riedlinger, Boz Wickiewicz, Brian duLaney. Standing: Joe Kamienski, Brian Kelly, Tom Gorrie, Jim Campbell, Ray Zol­ nowski, Joe Yuska, Carl Minkel, Art Carlucci, Don Joworisak, Andy Soncha. Not Pictured: Tom Sharkey.

£ tty U & & Sitting: Larry Collins, Brian duLaney, Joe Yuska, Dick Westphal, Peter Stace, Ken Zito. Standing: Joe Kamiensky, Vin Sarno, Ray Boyko, Mr. Sheridan (moderator), Preston T sao, Conrad Kowalski, Denny Santomauro.

Comes the revolution in high school curricula, and the first wave of the new changes hits the Prep in the form of college level courses in five subjects. If these advanced scholars from Senior and Junior years are successful in the May exams prepared by the College Board people, they’ll start college with a year s worth of credit in their chosen fields.

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Row: Tom Kelly, Conrad Kufta, Dave Heskin. Back now: mcny , Art Rizzo, Tom Milkowski.

Front Row: Bob Graham, Ed Legowski, John Ambrose. Haemmerle, Paul Hering, Brian Conaghan.


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Sitting: Bill Morelli, Preston Tsao, Joe Burke, John McGeough, John Hughes, Gerry Fitzpatrick, Pat Wallace, Denny Barrett (President), Marty Shanathan, Frank Esposito, Len Mrozak, Pete Sack, Howie Bell, Paul Kelly, Jim Campbell. Standing: Bill Sette, Ken Hojnowsld, Ed Garvey, John Brennan, Ken Quinn, A1 McCormick, James Hollywood, Joe White, Dave McConville, Bill McCahill, Pete Pizzuto, Mark Scheurer, Tom DeLuca, Ron DeMiglio, Fred Jacques, John Murphy, Ed Swanson.

Jack Cimprichâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Second Place winner.

Vin Corcoran takes Third Place trophy.

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T h e P etrean congratulates sixteen alum ni and fo u r fo rm e r teachers ordained to the priesthood. T h e faculty and students o f St. P eter's wish them a long and fru itfu l m inistry in the m o d ern C h urch . F o r the D iocese o f Newark: R E V . RAYMOND D. AUMACK, ’5 5 R E V . P H IL IP J . B R A D Y , ’5 5 R E V . JO S E P H F . CODA, ’3 6 R E V . R O B E R T R . C O R K E , ’55 R E V . ARNOLD P . DeROSA, ’5 3 R E V . THOMAS J . F O L E Y , ’5 5 R E V . JOHN P . H O IJAN , ’55 R E V , KENNETH R . JA Y , ’5 5 R E V . THOMAS J . KENNA, ’55 R E V . JOHN F . KEN NEDY, ’5 5 R E V . W ILLIAM J . LIN D ER, ’5 4 REvi J o se p h

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F o r the Diocese o f Cam den: R E V . THOMAS F . B U R K E , ’52 F o r the Diocese o f Paterson : R EV . NICHOLAS S. MOLINARI, ’55 F o r the Diocese o f T ren to n : R EV . R O B E R T J . C R IT E L L I, ’5 5 F o r th e New Y o rk Province o f the Society o f Je su s: R EV . R O B E R T J . H E Y E R , S .J., ’5 0 ^ ^ R E V . 4..EA RL% jgfM A R K E Y ,, S J „ ’4 9

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R EV . WILLIAM P. P IC K E T T , S .J ., ’4 9 ( W ho also taught at P rep , ’57-’6 0 ) R EV . RICHARD J . REGAN, S .J., ’4 8 and those Jesuits who taught at the Prep as Scholastics— R EV . RALPH W. DENGLER, S .J., ’5 7 -’6 0 R EV . JOHN J . KING, S .J., ’57-’6 0 REV. PAUL S. NAUMANN, S .J.. ’57 ’6 0 . -


J u n e S ix ty -fiv e S e n io rs R e ce iv e S ch o larsh ip s T ranscripts, college boards and four years of study all prove their worth as financial aid to colleges is provided fo r onethird of the graduating class.

Y ea rb o o k C om es O ut! Finally, finally, finally, the treasured

Petrean comes forth in

all its greatness.

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Francis Aria Dennis Barrett James Biondi Walter Black John Brueck James Butler John Campanella Charles Catrillo Terrence Checki Charles Chiccone Edward Collins Thomas Curtin Vincent DeBari Vincent DeLorenzo Richard Donnelly Michael Dowd Richard Dunne John Emmons John Feehan Gregory Goellner Ralph Guenther Robert Hallas John Halpin Wayne Hayes Richard Heubel William Hill William Jones Donald Joworisak Robert Kopki Vincent Lapi Joseph Lochte Thomas Manzo Richard Marczuk Wayne Marshall Gregory Minerva Nickolas Monteforte Thomas Nervegna Terrence Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien Alfred Palazzo Timothy Pastorino Robert Quinn Joseph Rice Dennis Santomauro Vincent Samo Robert Sehiebel Richard Skoblar Anthony Spina John Traynor Frederick Viggiano Robert Viti William Walsh Raymond Zarnowski Kenneth Zito

John Crowley Bryan duLaney Joseph Yuska

Jack Cimprich Thomas Curtin Thomas DeMartini Frederick Ducca William Haughey Donald Joworisak Alexander Kiczek Arthur Kosiakowski Thomas Manzo Peter Renner Donald Riedlinger Paul Roehrenbeck Richard Westphal Robert Wickiewicz


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Anthony Blumetti St. Peter s (partial)

Barry La Forgia U.S. Air Force Academy

Jack Cimprich Boston College Fordham University

John Layendecker Stevens (partial)

Raymond Boyko St. Peter’s (partial) John Brueck Stevens (partial) John Crowley Boston College St. Peter’s (partial)

Thomas Manzo American Can Company Scholarship Boston College Holy Cross St. Peter’s (partial) Gregory Minerva St. Peter’s (partial) Carl Minkel Stevens (partial)

Thomas Curtin Boston College Fordham University

Walter Mortimer Veterans N.J. State Scholarship

Bryan duLaney Holy Cross (partial)

Leonard Mrozak U.S. Naval Academy

John Emmons St. Peter’s (partial)

Philip Polk U.S. Naval Academy Notre Dame (NROTC)

W alter Falkowski St. Peter’s (partial) John Feehan U.S. Naval Academy Joseph Francis Stevens (partial) Gregory Goellner Canisius Fordham (partial) Thomas Gorrie U.S. Air Force Academy Robert Hallas Catholic University (partial) John Halpin LeMoyne (partial) Seton Hall (partial) William Haughey Stevens (partial) Gregory Hrebiniak St. Peter’s (partial) William Jones Stevens (partial) Donald Joworisak Boston College St. Peter’s Richard Kelly Holy Cross St. Peter’s (partial) Stevens (partial) Alexander Kiczek Stevens (partial) Robert Kopki Stevens (partial)

Peter Renner Stevens (partial) Paul Roehrenbeck Boston College (partial) Fordham (partial) Holy Cross (partial) Dennis Santomauro St. Peter’s (partial) George Schilp St. Joseph’s (partial) St. Peter’s (partial) Thomas Sharkey LeMoyne Boston College (partial) Holy Cross (partial) Richard Skoblar Boston College St. Peter’s John Tarrant St. Peter’s (partial) Robert Viti St. Peter’s (partial) Richard Westphal Boston College Holy Cross Ripon Robert Wickiewicz Boston College Fairfield (partial) St. Peter’s (partial) Scranton (partial) Joseph Yuska Boston College (partial) Kenneth Zito St. Peter’s (partial)


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JULIA F. H A N R A H A N and JOSEPH P. H A N R A H A N A tto rn e y s at Law

C o m p lim en ts of

MR. and MRS. JEROME M. KACPROW ICZ

C om p lim en ts of

LLOYD E. HOWARD M e m b e r A m e rica n Sto ck Exchange

B A Y O N N E, N E W JERSEY

For the Best in Baked Goods W e d d in g Cakes— O u r Specialty

C om plim ents of

COOKIE JAR BAKERY 356 A M B O Y A V E N U E W O ODBRIDG E, N E W JERSEY

DE LORENZO FAMILY


Office: OLdfield 9-5321 Residence* GEneva 8 -2 3 7 8

JOHN B. CASTELLI

Best W is h e s to the

Metropolitan Insurance Consultant

C L A S S O F ’63

Estate Planning and Business Insurance

M E T R O P O L IT A N LIFE IN S U R A N C E COMPANY Office: 6 1 5 W A S H IN G T O N ST REET H O BO KEN , N E W JER SEY Residence: 2 2 9 F E R O N IA W A Y R U T H ER FO R D , N E W JERSEY

TERRI and V IN N IE

C ongratulations to the C L A S S O F ’63

FRED DUCCA, ’63 TOM DUCCA, ’68

C om plim ents of

JAMES HOUGHTON Does she or doesn’t she?

edgew ater C o m p lim en ts of

THE CURTIN FAMILY

d e m o c r a t ic c l u b

EDGEWATER, N E W JERSEY


FE 9 -4 6 0 0

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Y o u are invited to use these friendly services

Licensed ^Private Employment Agency

O ffice - Technical - Executive - Sales 9 C L IN T O N STREET

C hristm a s C lu b

N E W A R K 2, N. J.

Passbook Loans

M o rtg a g e Loans S a v e -B y -M a i I

Insured Savings A c co u n ts - M o n e y O rders

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PAMRAPO SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION

HYDROTHERM INC. N ew Jerseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Largest C ast-Iron Boiler M anufactu rer N O RTH VALE, N E W JERSEY

900 BR O A D W AY

230

B A Y O N N E, N. J.


MR. and MRS. W IL L IA M J. ROEHRENBECK Best W is h e s

MR. and Mrs. DANIEL J. O’HARA

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Expert Lubrication and Automotive Repairs

MOTOR TUNE-UP SPECIALISTS

Road Service C alls W E G IV E P L A ID S T A M P S

“ Sm art Fashions at M oderate Prices”

HOLTHAUSEN’S

0ER G EN LIN E A V E N U E and 36th STREET U N IO N CITY, N E W JERSEY

233


C o m p lim e n ts of

MR. and MRS. V IN C E N T A. KELLY and FAM ILY Vincent ’30 John

Briai Kenneth

Best W is h e s from

MR. and MRS. RICH ARD V. KEEGAN

Congra tulations to the C L A S S O F ’6 3

MR. and MRS. W IL L IA M K. JONES and FAM ILY

KOSAKOW SKI’S BAR and GRILL Entertainm ent Every Friday and Saturday A ir Conditioned 90 8 B R O A D W A Y , Corner 43 rd Street BA Y O N N E, N E W JERSEY And now for my next selection.

U Nion 7-0171

D a y and N ig h t Service

GROVE TAXI Fuel Oil - Kerosene Automatic Oil Heating Units 72 2 25th STREET

U N IO N C ITY , N. J

Dial D E 3 - 1 7 0 0 M a in Stand:

Grove Street Tube Station


Best W is h e s to the C L A S S O F ’6 3 from

MR. and MRS. JOSEPH GOELLNER and F A M ILY Joe ’61

MR. and MRS. R. L. GENATT

Robert J

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Greg ’63

GOTTLIEB W RECKING & CONTRACTING CO. P. O. BOX M-189 HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY

HOLSEY OLDSMOBILE INC. 896 COM M UN IPAW AVENUE JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY A fitting tribute?

C on gratu latio n s from

THE HUGHES FAM ILY THE HUEBEL FAMILY


COLLINS

LARRY

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Cleary Buick, Inc


THE TAELVAGEN C O M PA N Y PU R V EY O R S OF F IN E W O R S T 2 C hesterfield D rive

Skaneateles, N ew Y o r k T. F. v . T A E L V A G E N , ’3 2

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LITHOGRAPHING PRINTING MAILING CORPORATION A. J. P A R A D IS O , President

L. P. M A N C I N I , Secretary-Treasurer

1 1 -17 B E A C H S T R E E T

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UTROS PHARMACY G. COUTROS - A. COU TROS Registered Pharmacists 100 M O N T G O M E R Y STREET JERSEY CITY, N E W JERSEY

N E W Y O R K , N. Y.

HE 3-7241

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Best W ish e s

MRS. PETER HENDERSON FLORIST, INC. 444 OCEAN AVENUE JERSEY C ITY, N. J.


TUBE BAR 10 T U B E C O N C O U R S E L O U D E U T S C H - Proprietor

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SARGENTS INCINERATORS

45 8 C E N T R A L A V E N U E JER SEY C IT Y , N E W JERSEY

D ivisio n of

Sargent Building Specialties, Inc. 2 1 9 Old Bergen Road Jersey City 5, N. J. HE 4 -97 26

963 Jewett Avenue Staten Island, N. Y. Gl 2 -7 9 9 0

METRO FORMAL WEAR Com plete Line o f Latest Style Form al W e a r for H ire A N T H O N Y ETTORE

K E A R N Y , N E W JERSEY

L O U IS A L O N G I

S W 2 -2 2 2 2

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MR. and MRS. W IL L IA M KOHOOT and

FAMILY

TERMINAL PRINTING and LITHOGRAPHING CO.

FE 9 -9 5 3 6

NAPLES PIZZERIA Italian Food Orders M a d e to T ake Out 909 B R O A D W A Y

B A Y O N N E, N. J. 41-43 FIRST STREET HOBOKEN, N E W JERSEY

240


Di Feo Buick, Inc. Riviera - Electra - Invicta - LeSabre - Special

S A M C. D I FEO President

4916 HUDSON BOULEVARD WEST NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY 241


Compliments of

THE PETERSEN FAM ILY

MR. and MRS. JOHN B. Q U INN John, ’61

Richard, '63

r ” THE POLCARI FAM ILY

Compliments of

O

Edith - Mario - Michael Marie and Geoffrey Flagstad

LIT H U A N IA N CATHOLIC C O M M U N IT Y CENTER 6 D A V IS A V E N U E K E A R N Y , N E W JE R S E Y

And then maybe the Olympics.

U N 3-4495 FREE D E LIV ER Y Down Our Aisles Pass The W orld’s Smartest Food Buyers

PINACLE SUPER MARKET Complete Line of Frozen Foods Fresh Cut Delicatessen fresh Meats That Are Good W e Know Our Groceries 6818 B E R G E N L IN E A V E N U E G UTTEN BERG , N. J.

I

H E 4-1661

Best W ishes from

LAWRENCE G. QUINN FUNERAL HOME


HE 4-9809

DE 3-4398

DR. and MRS. LOUIS F. MARRELLA

GENERATOR EXCHANGE CORPORATION 667 C O M M U N IP A W A V E N U E JE R S E Y C IT Y 4, N. J.

89 F A IR V IE W A V E N U E

Compliment

MR. and MRS.

HOTEL

JAMES E.

PLAZA

>NALD

One comes to feel important, you know.

DEIaware 3-8147

C. GNUDI Auto and Truck Repairing Tires - Tubes - Batteries Body and Fender W ork 416 M O N T G O M ER Y STREET JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J.

UNion 7-2493

FREE D ELIV ER Y

CATTANI W INES and LIQUORS C EN T R A L A V E N U E

U N IO N .C IT Y , N. J.


The "N E W " JE R SEY C IT Y . . . IS O N T H E M O V E Yes, Jersey C ity is rebuilding on every front— attracting new industry— erecting new homes, new business and professional buildings— providing efficient, streamlined

municipal

govern­

ment— offering more opportunity than ever before to the young people of the community. Vigorous urban renewal is pacing Jersey C ity’s healthy for­ ward march, so as you pursue your formal education why not give thought to the new Jersey C ity in terms of your own future?

Set your sights on the comfort and convenience of modern city

living!

T h in k about working— and

really living— where

“ opportunity” and “ accomplishment” are in abundance.

MAYOR THOMAS GANGEMI M E M B E R S OF T H E C IT Y C O U N C IL JO H N J. K IJE W S K I Presient

JA M E S C. RO C H FO RD

M RS. E V E L Y N H O LEN D ER

TH O M AS M. FLA H ERTY

JO H N J. K E LA H E R

T H O M A S J. W H E L A N

T H O M A S E. M A R E S C A

JO S E P H T. C O N N O R S

FRED W . M A R T IN

JO H N F. M O R IA R T Y Business Administrator

245


DE 3-3500

DE 3-2200

DE 3-4600

Compliments of

HOLSEY

MR. and MRS. R A Y M O N D F. HANBURY and FAM ILY

Chevrolet - Pontiac - Olds 2395 B O U LE V A R D (at Communipaw) JE R S E Y C IT Y , N . J .

Raymond, ’63

GEneva 8-8010

HE 6-8403

Best W ishes

MADSEN & CHRISTENSEN

McHUGH’S LIQUOR STORE

FLOW ERS and GREENHOUSES, LTD. Fresh Cut Flowers Wedding Bouquets

Kevin, ’64

Now Owned and Operated by A R T H U R J . BOSSERT Class of ’29

Funeral Designs

310 H A C K EN SA C K STREET W O O D RID GE, N. J.

CO RN ER B O U LEV A R D and 49th STREET B A YO N N E, N. J .

246


HEnderson 3-1642

U lCKBN SW N 'S INC.

Best W ishes to the C L A S S O F '63

HANDY HARDWARE HOUSE

MR. and MRS. JOHN J.

Hardware Factory Supplies

H U M E N IC K

Paints and Oils

and FAM ILY

114 G R IF F IT H STREET

Stephen Pilewicz

JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J.

Robert, ’63

Carol 180 O CEAN A V E N U E JE R S E Y C IT Y 5, N . J .

M R. and M RS. J. S A N C H IS

Phone 622-oodo

C O N G R A T U L A T IO N S TO T H E C LA SS OF 1963

LIQ U IDM ATIC CORPORATION OF AMERICA Manufacturers of Pres-to-Por Liquor Measuring Control N E W A R K 2, N. J.

10 T R E A T PLA C E

247


Dial 333-6421

A. MULLER & SON

H IG H W A Y ESSO SERVICENTER

Truck and Auto Repairs Collision W o rk Guaranteed Used Cars Car Service that Pleases You'll be Satisfied A ll W o rk Guaranteed Established Over 40 Years

M c L E A N BO U LEV A R D PA TERSO N , N E W JE R S E Y

457 Y O R K ST R EET (N ear Colgate Street) JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J .

McNAUGHT SYNDICATE,

C LA S S OF

INC.

1963

Another milestone passed . . .

a new road

ahead. Pave the way into the unknown future with regular additions to your insured savings account at . . .

M A N Z O FAM ILY Patrick, ’62

Thomas, ’63 Janet

METROPOLITAN FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan Association FOYE P LA C E

JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J .

(Bergen Avenue at Montgomery Street)

“Where You Save Does M ake a D ifference!”

MR. and MRS. JOHN F. M cCANN Edmund, ’63 Patricia Timothy

John

Michele

Michael

Eileen Colleen

MR. and MRS. W IL L IA M K. M ARK and SONS Rev. William G., ’50 Joseph, ’64


O L 3-1939

TH O M A S J. O’BRIEN, 63 RICH ARD J. O’BRIEN, JR., ’59 DR. RICH ARD J. O BRIEN, ’28

OYSTER BAY RESTAURANT, INC. “ Landmark of Good Food” 901 BERG EN A V E N U E

JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J.

Compliments of

Y o u r Full-Service Bank

C O M M ER CIA L TRUST CO M PA N Y OF NEW JERSEY Bayonne

Jersey C ity

Union C ity

Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

H E 5-7700

O’M EA LIA OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Commercial Signs - Painted Bulletins Poster Displays 94 B R O A D W A Y

JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J.

DR. and MRS. UTAH TSAO


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Len Mrozak receiving the Tommy Myers’ trophy.


U N 7-5495

HUDSON a CAMERA CO. CAMERAS F IL M S DARK R O O M SU P P L IE S Fast 3 Day Color Service Official Kodak Processing Station Amateur, Professional Finishing Service Movie Cameras & Projectors Repair. Service

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DEIaware 2 7834 136Hewark Av„

J.Cy. (Near Grove St.)

For the Finest in Young M e n ’s Clothin and Furnishings

HUDSON TAILO RIN G CO., INC. A. E. B O N A V IT A , Manager

Hudson County’s Largest Selection of Formal Wear for Hire N E W Y O R K A V E N U E at 44th STR EET U N IO N C IT Y , N. J .

JO S E P H P. FER R A R A , R.P.

Your Savings Earn More . . . Now 4 % — A t This Mutual Savings Bank

HUDSON CITY SAVINGS BANK Current interest rate 4 %

FERRARA DRUGS

Per Annum

Main Office: 587 S U M M IT A V E N U E , JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J Bayview Branch: 532 O C EA N A V E N U E , JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J Boulevard Branch: 2530 HUDSO N BO U LEV AR D , JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J

2533 H UDSO N BO U LEV A R D JE R S E Y C IT Y , N E W JE R S E Y

North Bergen Branch: 7533 B ER G E N LIN E A V E., NO RTH BERG EN, N. J

Deposits Insured up to $10,000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

M ID W A Y IN K CORPORATION FIR S T and H A RR ISO N STREETS HOBOKEN, N E W JE R S E Y

A N N ’S and STEVE’S Cigars - Cigarettes - Toys Notions - Greeting Cards - Stationery 114 OLD BERGEN ROAD JE R S E Y C IT Y , N E W JE R S E Y


G R 3-1500

Compliments of

SISCO D A IR Y FARMS SU P E R IO R M IL K and D A IR Y P R O D U C T S

THE STANDISH FAM ILY

1896— Our 67th Anniversary— 1963 "T h e Safe M ilk for Infant Feeding” 66 M T . PR O SP EC T A V E N U E C L IF T O N , N E W JE R S E Y

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J O U R N A L SQ U A R E T R A V E L BUREAU, f IN C -

Airlines - Cruises - Steamships ■" I ^

2920 H UDSO N B O U LEV A R D JE R S E Y C IT Y 6, N. J .

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BURKE INSURANCE AGENCY A FRIEND

A ll Forms of Insurance 1 12 B O W E R S ST R EET JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J .

Compliments of

OAK FLOORING CO M PA N Y

A FRIEND 576 SO UTH 21st STR EET IR V IN G T O N , N E W JE R S E Y

W hen I was a little bitty baby, my mama would rock me in the cradle, in dem ole cotton fields back home.

MERCER “OLD GLORY TAVERN” Mike and Carl

Kaminski

CO RN ER OF M ERC ER and M O N M O U TH STREETS JE R S E Y C IT Y N E W JE R SE Y

PUBLIC SERVICE FURNITURE 300 B R O A D W A Y BA Y O N N E, N E W JE R S E Y


MR. and MRS.

M AYO R and MRS.

JAMES J. FAY

FRANCIS G. FITZPATRICK

James J., Jr., ’52

Rev. Kenneth R., ’55 B A Y O N N E , N E W JE R S E Y

John J., ’63

H E 4-2211

GREATER BAYONNE LEAGUE, INC.

FARRIER CO., INC. Plumbing and Heating Contractors

Mayor Francis G. Fitzpatrick 44 M O N T G O M E R Y STR EET JE R S E Y C IT Y , N E W JE R S E Y

Standard Bearer

"G et H im !

H e’s got Boyko’s shorts!!!”


Congratulations to the C L A S S OF ’63

MR. and MRS. CHARLES J. M ILLER and FAM ILY Lincoln Center.

HE 4-93 U

BRIODY’S TAVERN H A L L FOR H IR E 45 JA C K S O N A V E N U E (Comer of W ad e Street) JE R S E Y C IT Y , N E W JE R S E Y

A. J. ELLIOTT MOTOR TRANSPORTATION, INC. 8 C O M M O N W E A L T H P IE R 5 BOSTON 10, M A SSA C H U SET T S


BUSBY’S CONFECTIONERY Magazines - Newspapers - School Supplies

MR. and MRS. H. A. BALZAN I

Cigars - Cigarettes - Candy - Soda Ice Cream and Other Sundries 646 M O N T G O M ER Y STREET JE R S E Y C IT Y . N E W JE R S E Y

Rock in puddle near Lincoln Center.

Best W ishes to the C LA S S OF ’63

MR. and MRS. JOHN BANACH M ary

Carol

John, ’63


M A rk et 2-7816

EDWARD M. W ALDRON INCORPORATED B U I L D E R S

14 W I L L I A M ST R EE T

N E W A R K 2, N. J

Compliments of

BEACON OIL CO., INC.

DR. and MRS CHARLES M. LOMBINO

746 A V E N U E E B A Y O N N E, N E W JE R S E Y

Norman, ’65

"H e was big and hairy and Oh, I can’t talk about it!!”

THE JAMES S. REGAN, JR., FAM ILY


NEW JERSEY’S BOYSTOWN GUILD

K E A R N Y , N E W JE R S E Y

499 B E L G R O V E D R IV E

B E ST W IS H E S

FR O M

A F R IE N D

H E 4-4949

ALLEGRO’S TUXEDO SHOP FOR T H E PR O M A N D G R A D U A T IO N

The New White Ivy Continental 180 M O N T IC E L L O A V E N U E

JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J


SB Hi SAINT P E T E R ’S C O LL E G E began as'an idea


COMPLIMENTS OF

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Reilly

261


Congratulations and Best W ishes

MR. and MRS. W IL L IA M L. YEO M ANS 625 SEC O N D A V E N U E E L IZ A B E T H , N E W JE R S E Y

M IC H A EL ZA RRILLI Experienced Gardener Lawns - Gardens - Hedges 35 GEO RGE ST R E ET M O N T C L A IR , N E W JE R S E Y

SWarthmore 8-7607 If no answer O L 6-6762 or DE 2-7009

GALLAGHERS SEWEROOTER Guaranteed - N o Digging FREE ES T IM A T E S - NO C H A R G E IF W E F A IL R E S ID E N T IA L - IN D U S T R IA L N e w Sew ers and W a te r M ain s a Specialty

Electric Sewer and Drain Clearance J . G A LLA G H E R Lie. - Bonded - Insured 24 Hour Service 167 FO U RTH STR EET JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J.

STAGG LUMBER CO,

MR. and MRS. j o h n j.

M cDo n n e l l

60 PO LLO C K A V E N U E JE R S E Y C IT Y , N E W JE R S E Y

Compliments of

U. S. TIRE SUPPLY, INC

MR. and MRS. JAMES E. BUTLER 150 B A L D W IN A V E N U E JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J.


Board of Chosen Freeholders County of Hudson, New Jersey RO O M 506 - A D M IN IS T R A T IO N B U IL D IN G 595 N E W A R K A V E N U E , JE R S E Y C IT Y 6, N. J.

JO H N M . D EEG A N County Suprvisor

F R A N K E. ROD GERS Clerk

Members:

JO H N F. L E W IS Director

JO H N R. A R M E L L IN O

J0 H N J - K £N N Y

E D W A R D P. C A R E Y

M IC H A E L P. LE N N O N

B E R N A R D C. D O Y LE

D E N N IS J. M U R R A Y

JA C O B J. D U S Z Y N S K I

W A LTER W . W O LFE


O L 9-4000

PRescott 8-4414

VARLEY FORD

V ILLA N O V A RESTAURANT

New Cars - New Trucks Used Cars - Used Trucks

Accommodations for 1300 People Experts in Planning Weddings, Banquets

1418 W IL L O W A V E N U E , H O BO K EN , N. J.

For Information Call M r. M ichael Bertola

921 H UDSO N BLVD., N O RTH BERG EN , N. J .

254 M ID L A N D A V E N U E G A R F IEL D , N E W JE R S E Y

wm

Family Style Dinners Our Specialty

MR. and MRS. WALLACE P. BERKOWITZ W A LLAC E, ’60

D A N IEL, ’66

264


NEW JERSEY’S BOYSTOWN PRESS

K E A R N Y , N E W JE R S E Y

DUmont 5-0650

MR. and MRS. FELIX W O Z N IC K I and FAMILY

JO H N G U M IN A

WOOD FLOORING SERVICE Hardwood Floors Oak - Maple - Birch - Pine 665 N E W A R K A V EN U E JE R S E Y C IT Y , N E W JE R S E Y Dial 795-5064

Eugene, ’63

265


UNion 9-9740

ROYAL DINER and CATERERS

JO H N R Y G L IC K I

H I-W A Y IN N

W e Cater to A ll Occasions

8012 T O N N E L L E A V E N U E N O R T H BERG EN , N E W JE R S E Y

R O U TE 1 and G A R D EN S T R E ET E L IZ A B E T H , N E W JE R S E Y

President: Hudson County Tavern Owners North Bergen Tavern Owners

Tavern & Restaurant, Inc 'W H E R E N IC E PEO PLE M EE T N IC E P EO P LE” A ir Conditioned for Y o u r Co m fo rt

241 S IP A V E N U E JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J

I thank you from the bottom of my cold blooded heart.

HAPPINESS BEAUTY SALON W A N D A LEM PA , Proprietress

U N 7-0507 16 EA ST 22nd STREET B A Y O N N E, N. J.

RUFF’S QUALITY MARKET The Home of Prime Meats and Poultry 6709 PA R K A V E N U E G U TTEN BERG , N. J .

U. S. A R M Y ROTC INSTRUCTOR GROUP St. Peter’s College


JOHN A. W ARD THE V IG N O N E F A M ILY

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Fred Tomkins

Denny DiFeo

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M ark Scully

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Ronnie Doles

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Bill W alsh

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Howie Griffiths

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TONY KANE’S SWEET SHOP Luncheonette Luggage

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Paul Kelly

Jo e Donatacci

Pete Leahy

Ron Farrell

Steve Lembo

Emil Grancagnolo

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Jo e Rafter

John Halpin

Gary Schumacher

N eil Heskin

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THE BIELECKI FAM ILY

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Special P ‘ a&to*t& Mr. and Mrs. George E. Armbruster

Mrs. Grace C on agh ai^ ^ ^ tf

68 East Cental Avenue Bergenfield, N. J.

49 W e st 49tbt Street BayonneT.'jN.. J.

189 M allory Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Patrick J. Conte

M r. and Mrs. John S. Bassi

The Grancagnolo Family

36 Tuers Avenue

1411 Central Avenue Union City, N. J.

13 Vincent Place Verona, N. J.

Jersey City, N. J.

M r. and M rs. J. Cxechowski

Mrs. Kathleen Barry

25 Baldwin Avenge Jersey City, N. J.P

230-236 Kearney Avenue Jersey City, N , J.

Richard Devins

Victor Borino

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6 1 1 Bailey Avenue Elizabeth, N. J.

100 Efm Road Newark, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Dunn Mr* and M rs. W illiam J. Bradley 240 Second Street Jersey City, N. J .

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1120 Applegate Avenue | Elizabeth, N. J.

Rfv. Robert P. Egan | i

Dr. and Mrs. M ark E, Branon 16 W e st Passaic Avenue Rutherford* N. J .

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207 Claremont Avenue, Jersey City, N. J.

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M r. and M rs. Joseph I . Hanson 162 Irving Avenue South Orange, Ni«J^ fM * ’'tldSW

M r. W illiam F. Haughey 1 10 Terhune Avenue * ? % n | e y City, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. John JJFinn 542 Bergen Avenue ^ Je rse yC ity, N. J. k

Carl s Cafe 1 *

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42nd Street and Hudson Bl'Vd, Union City, N. J.

30 St. James Place Clifton, N J.

Dr. Charles 63j? Newark. Aygnue Jersey City, N. J.

625 W illow Avenue Hoboken, N. J.

242 Webb Avenue River Edge, N. J.

308 Watson Avenue Lyndhurst; N ; J.

fashion Shoe Store

Mrs. ft Bulzis

The Compa Family

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136 Beach Street 'Je rse y City, N. J.

M r. and M rs. George Held, Jr.

Mrs. John Brueck

1119 Park Avenue Hoboken, N. J.

Mr. and M rs. John Hammer

New Jersey Boystown Kearny, N . J . '

M r. and Mrs. R. Emmons

Mr. James Clynes and Mrs. John Halpin

1201 80th Street North Bergen, N. J.

The Czeijko Family

Birk Paint Co., Inc.

Clerici Funeral Home

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Guardino

203 Washington Street Jersey City, N. J.

165 Sycamore Road Jersey City, N. J.

Sheepshead Ba,y Road Brooklyn N.

Gene’s Food Market

Harold G. Fitzpatrick 86 W est 40th Street Bayonne, N. J.

W. Hennesey

601 79th S tre « North Bergen, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hering lp j£ 4 S p 7 th Street ||||jnid h City* N. J.

M r. F. Hochstein 911 73rd Street North Bergen, N, J

A Friend

Mr. John J. Hourihan

A Friend

346 Boulevard Bayonne, N. J .

A Friend A Friend Garden Restaurant 757 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. William F. X. Howe 2695 Hudson Boulevard Jersey City, N. J.

Hudson Structural Iron Works, lnc< Grand and Henderson Streets Jersey City, N, J.


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M r. Thom as Jennings 24 Terrace Avenue %

p e c ia l 'P & tn o *t&

Dr. and Mrs. John J. Scott

V i and Ralph Mendez and Peter Smith

64 Summit Avenue Montvale, N. J.

Jersey City, N . J.

M r. and M n . J- A. Napoli M r. and M rs. Charles F. Kenny . 22 Gifford Avenue WVSjffmak y W M

Scott Kitchens

36 Rhoda Avenue

537 Broadway "Bayonne, N. J.

Nutley, N . J .

Jersey Cit>S N . J.

M r. and M rs. Frank C. O ’Brien Dr. and Mrs. Anthony LaForgiaffl 203 Satterthwaite Avenue,

321 Ridgewood Avenue Glen Ridge, N. J.

Barnett D. Singer, Architect 549 Broadway Bayonn#^ jy. J-

-:J^fse^.,Qt^ N . J.

mr. Thom as O. P. Lally 30,Kensington,.j^yenue

The Old Colonial Diner

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Smith

1033 Communipaw Avenue

T45 Kensington Avenue

Jersey City, N. J.

Jersey City, N. J.

U s v * Jersey City, N. J.

The Lap! Family 515 82nd,.Street k - ™ * North #ergen, N . J .

Park Esso Service

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Studerus Oil Company,j Inc.

Joh n and Gus Lau 903 Communipaw Avenue

Kearny, N . J.

Jersey C ity, N. J.

Bernard and Mildred Sypniewski M r. W illiam Lauria 260 Linden Avenue Je rse y City, N. J.

22 East 44th Street Bayonne, N. J.

M r. and M rs. J. Petro 23 Monitor Street Jersey City, N. J.

Sophie B. Szymanski Mr. and M rs. Peter J. Leahy | 49 W e s t 4th Street Bayonne, N . J .

14 Garrison Avenue Jersey City, N . J.

M r. Benjamin J. Pienkowski j Pienkowski’s Drugs 269 Grove Street Jersey City, N . J.

Dr. and Mrs. Henry Terwedow 7707 Hudson Boulevard North Bergen, N. J.

! M r. Paul Lempa 64 W e s t 57th Street Bavonne, N . J .

The Pochis Family 48 East 18th Street Bayonne, N. J.

United Shirt Shops, liic.

M r. EdmundfLuban^jki 933 W e st Side Avenue Jersey City, N . J.

15 Linden Avenue East Jersey City, N. J.

M rs. S. Rakowiez 1916 Hudson Boulevard

M ri and Mrs. Gerard P. Ventolo

g Jersey City, N . J.

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Otto and Henry M a ck 288 Central Avenue Jersey City, N . J.

1 mi*. Jeremiah G. Mahony 107 Kensington A v S m l Jersey City, N. J.

Mr. and M rs. Mario J. Malatesta 92 Hudson Avenue Ridgefield Park, N. J .

I The McGivern Family 266 Monticello Avenue Jersey City, N . J .

|i M r. James A. McLaughlin If

591 Jersey. Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Romeo and Joe M r. and Mrs. S. Rutkowski 22 O ’Brien Court Bayonne, N. J.

3 3 *7 2 n d S t r e e t * North Bejroen. N W jf

Villa Roma Restaurant 766 LidgerwooJrAvenue Elizabeth, N . ^

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Dr. John P. Sakowski 20 W e st 22nd Street Bayonne, N. J.

’^ 'T ^ r A ^ v ^ Sarho ... 186 Virginia Avenue

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wasowski J J p B H i r a m Place Harrison, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Westphal 585 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Jersey City, N. J.

S c h le fin ^ r s Bergenline Avenue at 58th Street W e st New York, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. August Wiscarz 88 Kensington Avenue Jersey City, N. J.


A . C. Cleaners

M r. and Mrs. Edward Bowens

L. M . Adamczyk

M r. and Mrs. W illiam Boyland

Andrew Aiello

M r. and Mrs. Joseph B o y l ^ ^ ^ |

D. A. Colacurcio

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M r. and Mrs. D^Bozzo

Jam es Colligan

W orth Ake

T h o m ^jp co ristin e, _

John H. Clark

Robert A . Alexander

M r. an£y|j?§. B. C. Brady

Mrs. J . Collins

M r. and Mrs. Jo h n Ambrose

M r. and Mrs. John Brady

Mrs. E, Comcowich

M r. and Mrs. M . Ambrosio

Mrs. Anna Braun

Adrian Compa

M r. and Mrs. Fred W . Anderson

Robert Brazza le

A nthony Condelli

Kenneth J . Andrews, *62

M r. and Mrs. John S. Brennan

M r. and Mrs. Sigmund Andrews

M r. Roger N . B res!in

Raymond Andro

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Mr. a r^ jMrs. Oliver Conklin, Sr. . M r a n c ) Mrs.'*Wartin Conksg,

The Brewer Family

M r. and Mrs. Francis X . Cormofiy

M r. and Mrs. Frajfc J . Antonin?, Jr .

M r. and M rs.fMichael B r o n o w ic lw ^

Josepj^M , Q jgney

M ae Apsley

Charles Bruen

M r. and M jf* V . Arecchi

M r. and Mrs. C h arles‘J . Bruen

Frank Charles A ria

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The B ru nh ^f^r Family

Mrs. C. Coppinger M r?. T. Corlett M r Theodore Corus

Ro b ^ t E. Aughinbaugh

P^Mr. antf Mrs. Frank B|zenk

Countess Cleaners

Mggr. Alois Auth

^'mr. and M rs^Joh n Ejuchalski

The Covfelloi Family

Mrs. Dorothy Ayres

Thornjs Buckley

Frank CowarjB S

Miss Frances Azzolino

M r. ifia M r s . Charles A . Buebendorf

M r' and M rs|$. Crifo

M r. and Mrs. P. Ba^tts., ^ '

Mr. and Mrs. W illia m Bull

M r.; Theodore Crisonino

Mrs. Helen M . Bachmann ^ 0 %

M r. and Mrs. John R. Burbella

M r.iand Mrs. F.J. Cullum

Edmund G. Burke

Joseph Cullum; Sr.

Thomas Bacskay

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M r. and Mrs. F f iS Bado

Jo h n T. Burke

Mrs. Jam es Curley

M r. and Mrs, Vernon Baker

M r. and Mrs. Joseph F. Burke

Mr. a n d M rs ^ ^ /illian lj. Curley

M r. and Mrs. B. Balcerzak

M r. Howard Burns

W illiam J . Curran

M r. and Mrs. John Baldovin

M rs.'Howard Burns

Joseph Pi Curtin

Nancy Ballato

M r. and Mrs. H arry Buryk

M r. and Mrs. Ed Banasiak

M r. and Mrs. Thomas C u tfin lSr.

Busy Be©

M r. and M rs. E. J . Barrett

M r. and M rs! C3tJytillo 1

Mrs, E. F. Butler

Mr. and Mrs. C. Barry

M r. and Mrs. Edward J . Butler

M r. and Mrs. Jack* D ’A g d iin o M r. and M rs. Chartes J . Dailey

The Baynard .Family

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Byrne

A^^and Mrs.. D D’Alesst^^R)

M r. Richard F. Beards

Greg, Virginia and Bill Byrne

Dr. and Mrs. spOnald P. Beirne

M r. and Mrs^ Daniel J . Daly

Cadsley Kitchens

M r. and Mrs.! Paul F. Daly

M r. John Beirne Mrs. Martha

Kevin Callahan

M % A I Damiani

Dr. and Mrs. Louis J . Belle

M r. and Mrs. Edwin J . Campbell

M M and M rs jp . D’Amico

Jim Campbell and Family

Thfe; George J i Daneri Family

Benny’s Barber Shop August

Berry

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Mijchael Cannavale

Im|ss Grace Cannon I -m Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cantoli

Mr. and Mrs; Bernard I . B erry

IC appellem ^ibrist

Bertelli’s Liquor Sjore, Inc.

iMrs. Vinci Cappicci He

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L. Biesiada, J. Zappa

Caputo’s Fish Market

B ill’s Shoe Store

M r. and Mrs, Santo Caraveiio

Rudolph Billack M r. and Mrs. A. J . Blake

Mr. and Mrs. Caravoulias Mrs. James Carner and Miss H. L. Hickey

Mr. and Mrs. A. Van Blarcom

Mr. and Mrs. A. Carnevale

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard B. Blier

Anthony Carusi

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bligh

Dr. and Mrs. L. G Carusi

Mr. and Mrs. John Blumenstock

Louis J. Casazza

Bob’s Top Shop Bob and Carrie

M r. and Mrs.jAndrew Danko „ Peter D a rtle y W

MrT Sam Daurio Daves Market Mrs. Edward J . Davis Mr, and Mrs. Joseph J . Davis ‘ Miss Nancy Lee Davis dftrs. C. De Angel is tjoseph P. Dedicos ^ ^ ^ ^ D o m i n ic is Family De Kempe’s Floral Shop Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Del Boccio

Mr. and Mrs. A. Catanzaro

M r. and Mrs. Mort Della Rosa

M r. and Mrs. George C h a lm e ^ ^ ^ ^

Mr. and Mrs. L. Della Torre

The Bonavita Family

Robert Cheloc

Blanche De Luca

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander W . Booth

Angela Chiccone

Mr. anrf’Mrs. Santo De Luna

Frances Borowski Mrs. Mary Bowe

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M r. and M rs.-John Damato

* The Campaitel la Famfly

Beri and Vera's;; Confectionery Mr. angsMrs. John Beres

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Frederick G. Chiccone, D.D.S.

Mr. and Mrs. A n t h o n y D ^ M ^ ^ ^ ^ ®

Mr. and Mrs. A. Chromey

Thomas De Pierro

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Margaret Finn The Finnegan Family

R. D. Groot

M r. and Mrs. M ichael F. Devaney

Dr..and Mrs. U. R. Finnerty

Michael Grzelak M r. and Mrs. Frank Grzybowski and Family

M r. W a lte r Devaney

M r. and Mrs. John Fiorello

The Devlin Family

M r. and Mrs. Edward Fitzpatrick

Robert Gualtieri

Joh n Dewland

M r. and Mrs. W illiam Flaherty

Mrs. W a lte r Gunsiorowski

M r. and Mrs. Dietz

Lester Flaskamp

M r. and Mrs. John H. Gurski

M r. and Mrs. Joseph Dietz

Adolph R. Fleischer

M r. and Mrs. Andrew Guzo

M . and A . Dilks

Floral Market

M r. and Mrs. H. Haemmerle

M r. and Mrs. C. Di Matteo

M r. John Foley

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J . Haggerty

Beatrice DI Nicola

M r. and Mrs. George Foote

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hall and Family

M r. and Mrs. Leon Di Nicola

M r. Domenick F. Forte

M r. W illiam Hanlon

Kenneth Dirsa

A l Fox

H a rdy Shoe Store

Dittmar’s Pharmacy

Dr. and Mrs. Biagio A . Franco

The Hartnett Family

M rs..W allace Frank

Mrs. H. 'Hathaway

- M r. and Mrs. Jam es R. D o n n e J S r .

M r. and Mrs. W . Frees

M r. and Mrs. R. Hawkes

p M r . and Mrs. H. Donohue

A Friend

M r. and Mrs. John D. Heffernan

■ W illia m Donohue

A Friend

Max Heir’s M en’s Shop

P M r . and Mrs. John J . Dqran

A Friend

Eileen, Emily, and James Held

f M r. and Mrs. Raymond Doran

A Friend -

Philip Helfand

A FrienjK

M r. and Mrs. Helminski

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M r, and. Mrs. Jo h n Dondero

> M r. and Mrs. Joseph R. Dowd

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[ Michael Dowd, f£>3

, A Friend

W allace Henderson and Family

| M r. and Mrs. M . J . Dougherty

••;-A Friend

M r. and Mrs. R. Henion

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M r. and Mrs. Thomas Dougherty

A Friend' .

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The Doyle Family

A Friend

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John Driscoll

A Friend

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M r. and Mrs. Joh n P. Dunn

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Grindrod and Hazlehurst, Inc.

M r. and Mrs. Gene Derrr.ody and Family Mrs. Philip D’Esposito

■ A . Dwork J. B M r. and Mrs. hjflpwyer I w re

M r. and Mfs.: Gerald F.*Geiss

« Arthur Fagan Ben Faivus M r. Edward Falkowski W a lte r Falkowski

')/' The Family Book Store Sam Fanuzzi M r. and Mrs. Louis Fardello Joseph J . Fedak, ’58 M r. and Mrs. Vincent Fenech Ja c k and Cosmo Ferrera, 56, 58 The Ferrerl Family i§^®^P^^^^Home Bazaar M r. and Mrs. Joseph E. Filoramo

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M f, and Mrs. Rocco Georgia

John ^Hollingsworth Home Coal and Oil Company . Arthur Bill H om ey! | Hotalings News Agency, Inc.

M r. John S. Giava Edwin Gilson

Rev. S. J . Hojnowski

Mr. and M r|; J . Hollywood

Gateway'Esso

I I M r. and Mrs. Joseph Elmo | |

M r. and M ri. Henry Hojnowski Rev. W . V. Holland

' .Mr. andjMrs. Francis P. Gassert

M r. and Mrs. Thomas Egan

Mr.-and Mi^. W erner Hoeckele A. M .H o ffm a n

Edward Garney

B Mrs, Joseph L, Egan

jfcfMr, George Evancik

M r|l|nd Mrs. Lewis Hoebel

Garden W in e andiLiquor

R Ja m es 3 . Egan

M r. and Mrs. V . Estevez

M r. and1Mrs. Charles E. Gallagher The E. C. Gallagher Family

M r. and Mrs. Sal Garatina

R Thomas A . Early

jjjjEsposito Pharmacy

M r, and Mrs. W illiam Hillard M r. and Mrs. W illiam J . Hobler

M ich ael^anim

M r. and Mrs. Jam es J . Eagen

The W illiam Hill Fam ily.

Mrs. Jam es Gagliano 1

Miss FrspSlsn?. Gallagher

The Eagen Family

|M r. and Mrs. J . Enright

John J . Hill, ’32

A Friend

The Thomas J . Dunn Family

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|||-lenrietta L. and Peten Fristensky

to George J . Duva

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Dr. and Mrs. B. Herchold

^Howard Electrical Dist., Inc.

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Marilyn Hoyne John S. Hudacko, R.P. Loretfa O ’C. Hul

Gold’s Drug Store

^.Robert Hurley

Charley Goombosh Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gorbos Mrs. Bernard A. Gordon S. J . Gottilla Graham’s D elicatessen^^^ Robert G. Graham M t.lm a fa rs . Carmen Gravino Thomas Greeley Mr. and Mrs. A. V . Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greten Mr. and Mrs. H. J . Grieco

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Mr. and Mrs. John Hutnick Alfred Huziarski I.

V. Finishing Company

Imperial Dry Cleaners M r. and Mrs. Basil Iwanyk W illiam W . Jacobson M r. and Mrs. Frederick J . Jacques Edward Jakubowski, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W alter Janasie Kenneth Jennings


M r. and Mrs. W . Jennings and Son

M r. and Mrs. Frederick J . Kropke

Jersey Statuary Company

The Krychkowski Family

Jo e and Phil

M r. and Mrs. Andrew Kubica

Rita M aitner

Johnny’s Cleaners

The Kucha rs

Peter Malatesta

Johnson’s, Inc.

M r. and Mrs.. Joseph A . Kufta

Mrs. Ruben Maldonado

M r. Almon A . Johnson

M r. andjjfvlrs. J . Kuleszynski

M r. and Mrs. P. M alecki

Mrs. Almon A. Johnson

M r. and Mrs. Charles Kuzminski

Susan and Paul M alecki

M ae’s Imperial Cleaners ^.M ^ lM a r y Mahoney

M r. Gerard P. Johnson

The Kwiatkowski Family

M aloney's for Meats

J . Johnston

M r, and Mrs. W illiam A . Kwiatkowski

W illiam Mangan

M r. and Mrs. John J . Jordan

Robert La Bate

M r. and Mrs. Vincent J . Mann

Mrs. Helen Joworisak

The La Fata Family

M r. and Mrs. L in c o ln M a n z ^ S f ^

W a lte r J . Jozak

M r. Joseph G. Lakata

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maresca

Mrs. Anne Jung

Salvatore La Magra

Dr. and Mrs. C. T . M arket

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kamiensky

M r. Joseph Lamb

M ar-Lyn Distributors, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs, Carl Kaminski

Edward Lambro

M r. and Mrs. John V . Marra

Mr. and MrS; F. X . Kane

Mrs. Theresa Lanni

Daniel M . MarrOccoli

Marie Kane

Jo h n J . Larkin

A lfred J . Marsheilo

M r. Herbert Kaplan

Larsen’s Restaurant

M r, and Mrs. M . A . Marszalowicz

Mr.. John Keating

M r. Joseph Laskowski

M r. and Mrs. Ven M artin

Kelly and Donohue, Inc.

M r. and Mrs. Frank Laslo

M artini Cleaners Joseph Martorana

Michael F. Kelly

Laterra Family

Mrs. Mildred Kelly

M r. and Mrs. Gus J . Lau

Martucci Fam ily

Mr. Paul J . Kelly

Lauten Realty

M r. W a lte r M arut

M r. and Mrs. Raymond Kelly

M r. and Mrs. Joseph Lawlor and Family

Chris Marvinny

M r. and Mrs. W . Kelly

Jam es Lawrence

M ary-Anne Shop

M r. and Mrs. W illiam

Kelly

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The Kemprowskihamify

Dr. Eugene J . Leahy

Fred J . Maryanski

M r. and Mrs. P. Leane

Alfred Massa

M r. and Mr®. Roland F. Kennedy

Lea Nore Shop

Eugene P. Kenny

Frank Materna

Mrs. J . Lee

J a mes J . Matthews

Mr.jand Mrs. Peter C. Kenny

W alter R, Lee, ’41

Mr.|and Mrs. T. Kerrigan

M r. and Mrs. W illiam M cCahill

Mrs. Joh n Leman

Mr.land Mrs. Mitchell Keselica

M r. and Mrs. H. McCarthy

Mrs. M . P. Lennon

M rja n d Mrs. Harold W . Kidney

Margaret McClellan

M r. and Mrs. Frank Leo

Mr. and Mrs. F. J . McConyille

M r. and Mrs. Stanley J . Kielbowicz

Leo’s Shoe Store

Stanley M . Kielbowicz

Mrs. M . Leone

M r. and Mrs, Frank A . McConville ;

M r. and Mrs. J . McCormack

Stanley A . Kierney

Mr. and Mrs. George Leppert

Dr. Stanley S. Kietur

Hugh B. McCormick, ’59

M r, and Mrs. John L e ik «

Mrs. Dorothy F. Kilkenny

Frank J . M cElroy 9

M r. and Mrs. Lewandowski

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard F. Kinch, Sr,

Richard Licursi

M r. and Nfrs. F. King

Lindsay Family

Mr. and Mrs. Peter King

Lipari Driving School

The Kirkowski FS^py

M r. and Mrs, Stanley Lipinski

Charles Kitu

Mrs. B. Logan

M r. and Mrs. Francis S. kleid

Norman Lombino, ’65

Patrick A. Kleid, ’59

Arthur J . Long

Stephen Kleid, ’63

Mrs. Helen Lubanski

Mr. and Mrs. George J . Koch

Mrs. Helen Lucchese J . Michael Lynch

Stephen A. Kohl, Sr.

JafSiei F. Lynch, M.D.

Mr. and Mrs. S. Kolock

Miss M. I ynch

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Korik

M r. Thomas L y n c r r ^ P

Conrad and Jeffrey Kowalski, ’63, ’66

M and G Auto Supply, In ^ T ^

The Kozakiewicz Family Peter Kozik Kenneth Kraska

M r, and Mrs. P. McFadden John McGeough Mrs. M ary McGovern Dr. and Mrs. Robert McGrath

Mr. and Mrs. John Kocot

M r. and Mrs. Michael Kowbasniuk

Mr. are! Mrs, Kenneth McClave, Jr. M r, an% Mrs, Johrf J . McCole

M ac’s Flying “ A ” Service John J. Mackin, M.D.

Mr. Joseph McGuire M c K it t r i^ B Esso Service Center M r. and M ^ g lo h n J . McM ahon The M cM an u jFam ily Marion 8. McNarra|ra M r. and Mrs. Jam es E.:M cNerney Mr. aijd Mrs. Vincent P. McTighe and Family Monsignor M cW illiam s Alice and Jim Meehan

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Madaio

Mr^^rer^^ro Joseph G. Meehan M r. Carl W . M e n k ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ B i

Mr. and Mrs. Roman Madej

John Mescall

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P “ a t n o ttd M r. and Mrs. Joh n Ockay

M r. and Mrs. P. Policastro

Joh n E. O ’Connell

Mrs. R. Pollifrone

M rs. A g n e s M ilter

The O'Connor Family

M r. and Mrs. H. Powers

Jo h n P. M ille r

M r. Andrew O’Connor

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powers

M r. an d M rs. Jo h n M itch ell

M r. and Mrs. K. J . O ’Connor

M r. and Mrs. F. Prohammer

M r. and M rs. E. M sssn e r T . M ilk ow ski

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Projection Products, David Corbett

M a r y Eileen M onahan

Joseph T . O ’Donnell

M r. Jam es Purcell, Sr.

M r. and M rs . Patrick M on ah an

Margaret O ’Grady

M r. and M rs . A . J . M o n gie llo

M r. and Mrs. Daniel J . O ’Hara

D ep uty C h ie f

John

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M r. and Mrs. R. J . Quackenbush ^The Quinn Family

Fran k M on terisi

Mrs. John E. O'Hara

Jeffrey P. Quirk

M r. Jo h n M o o re

M r. and Mrs. B. O ’karma

Mrs. Cathrine F. Rafter

T h e M o rah an Fam ily

Jo h n O ’Keefe

M r. John P.. Rafter

F ran k M oran

M rs. Lucia Oleniak

M r. and Mrs. Henry Raimondo

V in and Bill M orelli

Steve A. Olesky

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ramsey

M r. and M rs. V in c e n t M orelli

M r. and Mrs. Sigmund Olkewicz

M r. and Mrs. V . Rapcienski

M rs . G ertru d e M orello

The Orbit

M r. and Mrs. A. M . Rapclla

Jo h n M o ren o

M r. and Mrs. Peter Orrico

M r. and Mrs. W . Rasch

M r. and M rs. Richard M o rgan

Mrs. Lawrence O ’Rourke

M r. and Mrs. A . Ratzing

M r. and M rs. N e il M o riarty and F am ily

Maurice J . O’Sullivan and Family

Ray’s Restaurant

M r. an d M rs. W illia m C . M ortenson

M r. and Mrs. J . J . Ott

MtS.ff^ Regan

P ete an d Sal M oscatello

Otto’s M eat M arket

M r. and Mrs. Joseph Reid

A lm a M oscati

O .L.C. Motors

The Reidy Family

M r. and M rs . Edward M o ttershead

Palace Drug Stores

Joh n Reilly

M r. and M rs. Jo h n G . M ullin

The Palmer Family

Rev. P. A . Reilly

M r. Francis Pandolfo

Dr. Carl Restivo

M r. and Mrs. Ralph Panebianco

M r. and Mrs. Robert G. Reveri ;'|j|

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M ario Paparelli

Francis M . M urphy

M r. and Mrs. Thomas A . Richarq|j|

M r. a n d M rs. Fran k M u rp h y

Pardini’s Da|jcatessen

G erald E. M urphy

M rs. (B lije S M M M j

M r. Harold M urphy

Paris Jewelers

Ridgefiefii Fior*sif^

M r, an d M rs. Ja m e s A . M u rp h y

Pathe Friends

The Rindos Family

W . J . Pawlikowskl

Jo h n M u rph y, '6 5

M r. and Mrs. David M . Payne

Ju lia and A g n e s M urphy Steven M u rp h y Ja m e s M u rtagh M r. and M rs. Louis M u z 2 arini T h e N .C .R . C o m p an y M r. and M rs. W . N agel M r. and M rs . Josep h N age n gast JO hn N apierski, Sr. Paul K . N apoli M r. and M rs. Peter N astaw a N ational Soda Bottling W o rk s, Inc. F ran k N aw rocki M r. and M rs. Harold N ew ell Dr. LeOhard J . N icoletti Ja m e s A o lo n , Inc. M rs. M ichael N ovella Je ro m e N ovobllski M r and M rs .-C harles Nystrom M r. and M rs. T h o m as A . O ’ Boyle.. M r. and M rs. Charles F. O ’ Brien M r. and M rs. Law rence J . O’ Brien R ev. W illiam S. O ’ Brien ' ^ ^ ^ S ^ B r e e z e Restaurant M r. and M rs. Frank Ochab

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Peckman’s Pharmacy

M r. and Mrs. W alter H. Rissland

Stephen Pello

The Rivieras

Peplaw and Peterman ■

John Rizzi Dennis Rizzo

Perla’s Tavern

. M r. Jeremiah Roach

Ralph Perullo M r. a;nd Mrs Gebrg^Pfeterson-

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Roche

“ Petreans”

Rod’s Liquor Store

M r. Daniel Petrella

Joseph Roerty

M r. and Mrs, R. Petrie

Paul W . Roehrenbeck

Elaine Pezzutti

Elaine M . Rommel

Vincent Pezzutti

Luke J . Rooney, ’59

Phillips Brothers Drug Store

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosa

1 John P. Piazza

Rose Bud Flower Shop

y M r, and Mrs. J . Pilla

M r. and Mrs. Leonel P. Ross

George Piwch

Herbert Rothman

M r. and Mrs. Frank Pisano

Louis Rowek, Standard Cleaners

M r. and Mrs. Vincent Visano

Mr. and Mrs. John Rusnak

M ary Piscotto

Mrs. Joseph Russell

^ J^ ^ h P is e r c h ia Mr. and Mrs. S. Pizzuto M r. and Mrs. W a lte r Podolak M r. and Mrs. W alter Podurgiel Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Polcari

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Joseph A- Spadola

The Verdoni Family

M r. and Mrs. Anthony Salemi

Kenneth Spiegel

Verga’s Pastry Shop

M r. and Mrs.|A. Sansevere

John Spirrelja

M r. Joseph Vesper

M r. and Mrs. P. Santomauro

M r. and M rsk N Spolizini

M M r. A. J . Stace

Josefih Sanfora M r. Michael Seaglione, Sr. The Scher Family |

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IB jB S S 'M r. andM rs. J . E. Schock .

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Dr. Franl. Visceglia

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Mrs. Joh n W ad ie

■ Mrs. B. sJ5Wli>flfcK'®

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Andrew W allace

Mr.fejod M rs Edward J . Sullivan

Dr. and Mrs. MarC W allace

Gerard Sullivan

W . A. W allace and Family B

John Sullivan, ’64

M r. and Mrs. L. V. W a J^ b ^ j^ ^

John J . Sullivan

lit Memory of Frank W altz

M ark A . Sullivan

M r. and M rs^Frank J . W ard

Su m m ff'M e & M irtie t .

M t * and Mrs. J . W a rd y

Frank W arren

M r. .and Mrs. F?V . Supple

W a x m ^ rs Pharmacy

M r. and Mrs. Swanson

W enton Shoe Store

Bernie Syphiewski

George W enzel

M ike Simmons, *64 ^PSIlttSljl^Slhimris * W Hliatn^Sfnopoli -jg| ^

John Amybro Szpak

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W h ite Joseph E. W h ite

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W r l W f w f e Tahstts'

Mrs. Frances W ickersty

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M r. and Mrs, Jam es Tierney

M r. and Mrs. A. Wisnieski

Mr, and Mrs. Timperman

George W ojfk

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W illiam Torpey

Woodword Lumber Company

The Traynors

M r. and Mrs. Ffcahk Wraga

Triangle Television Service

Sisfc^^ary- Margar|fc;0/P.

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Gus Willerndorf

M r. and Mrs. Edmund Tarrant

Mr. Edward Treveltse

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Charles T. Sess

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M r. and Mrs. M artili F. buMivan

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Paul Servo

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iMr. and Mrs. Herbert Zahn, Sr.

HRanna Tudek

The Z^ikowski Family

Tullo and Raso, Esso Feu I and Oil*

M ary Zakrzewski Rae, Dick, Cam v. .and Judv Z ampaglione

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Mr. and Mrs. J . Zeman

Michael Urban

M r. and Mrs. Gene Zfjnga

M r, and Mrs. V . Urbanovich

T n e ? ^ ^ a fifo ily

M r. and Mrs. V/. L. Van Tyle John J , Vavrence

Kenneth ZienkieWicz •Mr- and Mrs. V. Zingara

Mr. and Mrs, Albert Venutolo

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W . Zito

Miss J . CatherimiSoupe.

Mr. and Mrs. W a ite r VerbOut

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A . Zito and Family

Jennie Spadola

W e y C. T. Verdon

The Zubrycki Family

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IN D E X ADVANCED PLACEMENT 157 ADVERTISING ............ 225 286 APRIL ....................... _...140-151 ART CLUB , _____ 129 ASSEMBLY _...... 68-69 BAND .............. _ 154-155 BASEBALL ..................... 142-143 BASKETBALL 86-87, 109111, 122-123 BOOKSTORE _________ 44. BOWLING ...... 78-79 CAMERA CLUB ................ 108 CHEERLEADERS —— __ 47 CHESS CLUB .............. 144, COLLEGE NIGIIT ___ DANCES .. DEBATE I .. . DECEMBER .....

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FOOTBALL ................45-46, 49, 57 58, 76-77 FRESHMEN .......... 32.39 GOLF ............. ..................... '..7 156 GYMNASTICS ....98-100, 119, 138 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR 221 JANUARY ......... 96-113 JUNE ........................... 162-224 JUNIOR DAY OF DECISION 1 61 JUNIORS ......................... .- ..130-137 LEADING MEN OF THE Y E A R ............................... .224 LIBRARY CLUB ....... H6 MAD SCIENTIST ............... 63 MARCH ........ 126-139 MASS OF THE HOLY GHOST ..........42-43 MAY............................ 152-161 MISSION NIGHT ...................... 146 NOVEMBER ................... 72.83

OCTOBER ..... 52-71 ORATORY_______ |________ 88-89 PAPERBACK BOOKSTORE ._ 66 P.T.A. MEETING ______ _ 81 PATRONS ................... ... 288-294 PETREAN ............ ,.......... .54-56 ...63-65 PETROC ............ RADIO CLUB ..................... 147 RETREATS .............................61, 82 SADDLE & BRIDLE CLUB .... 128 SCHOLARSHIPS ........164-165 SENIOR HISTORY ............. 222-223 SENIORS ............................. .166-220 SEPTEMBER ........_................ 30-51 SO DALITIES................ 92-93 SOPHOMORES ................

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