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Now for the first time in many years, the path of peace may be open. No one can be certain what the future will bring. No one can say whether the time has come for an easing of the struggle. But history and our own conscience will judge us harsher if we do not make every effort to test our hopes by action, and this is the place to begin. JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY Address to the Nation on the Test Ban Treaty.

There is reason to hope that by meeting and negotiating, men may come to discover better the bonds that unite them and that it is not fear which should reign between them and their respective peoples, but love, a love which tends to express itself in a collaboration that is loyal, manifold in form and productive of many benefits.

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jJo & e p Jt /7. M cG & U n et} Assistant to the Prefect of Dis足 cipline

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Mrs. Helen Maloney Secretary to Father Rector

Mrs. Mary Balinski Receptionist

Mrs. Isabel Daley Secretary to the Registrar

Miss Alice Capman Secretary to Father Principal

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Rev. M'i. Ral&U fj. feala+toA., S . Latin II; Greek I; French I; Moderator of the Band.


(lev. M l. GltabUl R. /Zusw U , £ .f ) . English I; World History; Mod­ erator of the Dramatic Society; Moderator of Cheerleaders.

QcUUesU+te. fj. Gollua, M .l .S . Library Science; Librarian; Mod­ erator of Library Club.

Rev. {sdluM/uH 9. T bo la tt, £ .flChairman of Latin Department; Latin IV; Greek III; Religion IV; Moderator of Oratorical Society.


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Michael Q'unf, A .A . World History; U.S. History II.

(lev. <1lto*tievl P. Q uean, Advanced Physics; Religion II; Moderator of Science Academy.

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Latin III, IV; Greek II, Modera足 tor of Classical Academy.

JLawtience. 14J. JZevine, a. a. German I, II; Moderator of Ger足 man Club.

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Rea. Ml. Robesit A. ^JiaJuU A , S .f ) . German I; English II; Modera足 tor of Sodality III.

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Jewel Robbers’ Loot Is Looted by Workmen

JOHNSONBACKS EXISTING POLICY; SENATE, HEEDING KENNEDY NOTE, LETS WHEAT NEGOTIATIONS GO ON

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Victor—And Again It’s Koufax—Go His Teammates’ Cheers

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Italian Flood Dead Pass 2 ,0 0 0 In Razed Villages Below Dam

EFFORT TO FORM A CABINET

Quintuplets Born to Dakota Mother of Five

Senate Votes 1.9 Billion For College Construction

Dinosaurs Go to the Fair Site as the Port Authority Building Opens

KENNEDY AUTHORIZES WHEAT SALE

TO RUSSIANS TOTALING $250,000,000; SENATE TO CONSIDER WIDER TRADE

WALLACE ENDS RESISTANCE AS GUARD IS FEDERALIZED; MORE SCHOOLS INTEGRATE

STOCK MARKET UP $15 BILLION ON RECORD DAY

M U B SSS^ tiis Second Nobel Award A ‘Dialogue’ With Vatican

The MirrOr Is Closed by Hearst Corp.; Some of Assets Are Sold to The News

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Estes Pleads Fifth Amendment at Senate Inquiry Scene Is Gay as Philharmonic Starts Second Year at Lincoln Center

21st Ecumenical Council Reopening Today

ATOM TREATY IS APPROVED BY 80-19 VOTE IN SENATE; KENNEDY SEES PEACE GAIN mMm

Barnes Draws Line on 5th Ave.: Only Irish to Get Special Stripe

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DODGERS WIN 2*1

Use of Vernacular For Part of Mass IsV oted in Council

SENATE APPROVES AID BILL OF $3.7 BILLION BY 63 TO 17; FURTHER CUT IN PROSPECT


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JOHNSON NAMES A 7-MAN PANEL TO INVESTIGATE ASSASSINATION; CHIEF JUSTICE WARREN HEADS IT

NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1963.

MACMILLAN IVILL RETIRE; HAILSHAM AND MAUDUNG IN RACE AGAINST BUTLER

MAYOR IS NAMED | After 47-Day Delay

Valachi Tells Senate’s Inquiry •

TV: ‘That W as the W eek That Was' Priest and Student Return From Soviet Captivity

DIEM ANDNHUARE REPORTED SLAIN; ARMY RULING SAIGON AFTER COUP; KENNEDY REVIEWS VIETNAM POLICY

TAX CUT IS VOTED BY HOUSE, 271-155; G.O.P. PLAN LOSES

KENNEDY IS KILLED BY SNIPER AS HE RIDES IN CAR IN DALLAS; JOHNSON SWORN IN ON PLANE VOL. C X III

NEW YORK. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1963.

No. 38,654.

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KENNEDY’S BODY LIES IN WHITE HOUSE; JOHNSON A T HELM WITH WIDE BA CKING; POLICE SA YPRISONER IS THE ASSASSIN NEW YORK, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER

VOL. C X I I I .... No. 38*55.

1963.

PRESIDENT’S ASSASSIN SHOT TO DEATH IN JAIL CORRIDOR BY A DALLAS CITIZEN; GRIEVING THRONGS VIEW KENNEDY BIER NEW YORK. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1963.____

VOL. CXI 11. . . . No. 38.656.

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Throughout every epoch man has sought to discover an ultimate meaning for life. God assures man of the ultimate meaningfulness of all things and thus finite human endeavor comes to partake of the eternal. The Christian man cherishes even greater solace and joy in knowing he is in communion with Christ his redeemer. From love of Christ, emanates an ideal to live by, from love of Christ, proceeds a reasoning for seeking knowledge, from love of Christ, flows love for others. Religion should so permeate man’s whole being, becoming an integral element of his character, that it finds adecfete 'expre#i(^im action rather than in mere words and ceremony. The individual man, however, through his free choice must determine the effectiveness of religion upon his life; for how much easier it, is to know the right course of action than to actively pursue,it\^jji From freshman orientation

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environment of St. Peter^^ifwides an atmosjjhere^advantageous for the individual who is .endeavoring to live his faith.

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the Mass of the- Hoiv SiaiEiilays the foundation for a dedicated year. The advice-pf^^^^lorsTthe'Vspiration ^nd enlightenment of teach­ ers,. the discipline of studies, participation at Jfcss providing the op­ portunity to partake of the Gift of Christ—the fruit of'these, spreading oiit inti all phases # T r e p : activities, are^eonduciye to building the whole Cfeistian mail.


Fr. Daly preaches the doctrines of his bible, Prep Men and Manners.

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Emilio Crincoli

Michael Brennan

Robert Dineen Robert Davis

Richard Alberque

Robert Barker Anthony Catanzaro

Clifford Jacobson Francis Hudak James Healy

David Galbraith John Engel

Ernest Field

Martin Golden

Joseph Grillo

President: PETE REGENYE Vice-President: GLENN COLACURCI Treasurer: RICH ALBERQUE Secretary: GEORGE LUICK

Lawrence Lawler

George Luick T . Brian Mann

Paul Kulkosky Richard Kirkeby Thomas Juchnewicz

James McCaffery

Latin: MR. SINNOT

Timothy Mercier

English: FR. DALY, S.J. History: MR. BURNS, S.J. Math: MR. ROONEY Health: ME. GORMAN Religion: FR. FOLEY, S.J.

Robert Smith

James Mottershead Robert Nodine

George Sant Albert Romano Thomas Podesta

Peter Regenye

Randolph Tomaszewski

Anthony Terminiello

Steven Witt

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IB James Capparelli

Nick Colchie

Robert Brennan

William Cummings

W alter Barr

Sergio DeBari

Vincent Drobny

Robert Howard

Patrick Hughes

Neil Catapano

Joseph Filko Joseph Hearns

John Garbarino

President: BOB LEMBO Vice-President: BOB POSTER

Ronald Goppold

John Grish

Thomas Kusen

Robert Lembo

Treasurer: BOB McCARRON Secretary: STAN OSTREYKO

John MacIntyre

John Korek

John Manna

Latin: MR. SINNOTT English: MR. BURNS, S.J.

Stanislav Kabrt

Robert McCarron

History: MR. FALLON, S.J. Math: MR. ROONEY Health: MR. GORMAN Religion: MR. McKENNA, S.J.

Joseph Scerbo Benjamin Messina William Reilly Paul Mottola Robert Poster

Robert Nolan Stanley Ostreyko

Stephen Pilewicz

Henry Sokolnicki Michael Shea

Joseph Warzenski

Edward Truskowski

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Michael Anthony

Carl DeLorenzo Glenn Cuomo

James Barton Dennis Collins

Frank Cardiello

Matthew Caulfield W alter Jaronsld

James Dronzek Robert Fabio

Paul Hughes Edward Finn

President: ED MILNE

Michael Gurney

Anthony Gentilella

Vice-President: JOE PAGE

George Gorecki

Latin, English: FR. MURRAY, S.J. History: MR. GRAY Math: MR. MIZEN, S.J.

Treasurer: KEVIN KYLE Secretary: MATT CAULFIELD

Health: MR. GORMAN Religion: FR. BROWNING, S.J.

William Kelsey

Joseph Lepis

Martin Mackin

Thomas Kowalak

Louis Madison

Daniel McColgan

Kevin Kyle

Edward Milne

Joseph Page

James Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor

James Mull

James Pilla

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Gregory Rossi

Kevin Price

W alter Ryglicki

Thomas Schmidt

Arthur Weiser

George Wroclawski


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Daniel D'Alessandro James Burke

Richard Compa

John Carmody

Robert Clark Peter Humen

Richard Drozd Richard Henion

Michael Fallon Vincent Gurzo

Latin: FR. FOLEY, S.J. English: MR. BURNS, S.J.

W illiam Granville

President: JIM BURKE Vice-President: RICH DROZD Treasurer: ANDY JAZ Secretary: VIN GURZO

History: MR. M ULVIH ILL Math: MR. ROONEY Health: MR. GORMAN Religion: FR. DALY, S.J.

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Albert Kennedy

John Mackin

James Kowalik

Jerome Marshall

J. Brian McGavin Andrew Jaz

William Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe Daniel Murawinski

Sebastian Palmeri

Edward Riedlinger

Capo Mafioso Cosa Nostra

Francis Quaglieri

James Ruane John Pinkham

Richard Schreiner

Michael Steinbacher

John Vanderbeck

Dw ight W erm ert

John W illette

Alexander Zolli


James Clossey

John Duffy

Daniel Cook

John Casale Francis DeNicola

Gregory Bachand

James Bedell

Vernon Jimmerson

Gennaro Iaccarino Dennis Henry

W ayne Gilch Robert F ee

Vincent Frees

Michael Green

Henry Hamilton

Gregory Loftus

George Martin

President: GLENN WILLIAMS Vice-President: PAUL PECORARO Treasurer: FRANK RAGAZZO Secretary: MIKE O’LEARY

Edward McKenna

Christopher Lamb

Daniel Morales

John Kozarich

Latin, English: FR. HOFFEN, S.J. Dennis Murphy

History: MR. MULVIHILL Math: MR. MIZEN, S.J.

Thomas Kessler

Health: MR. FALLON, S.J. Religion: FR. BROWNING, S.J.

Michael O’Leary

James Stuart

Paul Pecoraro Lawrence Sheehan Thomas Rzasa

Edward Pinto Frank Ragazzo

Alan Rieman

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Daniel Cashman

Michael Coar

J. Kenny Butler

Robert Corbley

Thomas Belton

Thomas Dana

Paul DePascale

Robert Honeker

Mark Iannini

James Friend Peter Giordano

President: DON BADGER

Michael Hanlon Raymond Greene

Gary Giusti

Vice-President: RICH MORAN Treasurer: MARK IANNINI Secretary: MIKE HANLON

Wayne LoPresti James Mascia

Charles Lanktree

Harold McKenna

Conrad Kratky

Latin: FR. FOLEY, S.J. English: MR. MULVIHILL

Joseph Kilian

Richard Moran

History: MR. BURNS, S.J. Math: FR. PERSICH, S.J. Health: MR. FALLON, S.J. Religion: MR. McKENNA, S.J.

Leonard S afford Louis Natelli Michael Rinaldi

Jacek Orlowski Gregory Riley

George Pepe â&#x20AC;&#x17E; Thomas Plaza

James Ransom J

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Brian Sullivan

Gregory Sherry

James Vanecek

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Ernest Baker

Robert Diehl Hugh Brady

Robert Datzko Thomas Cahill

Edward Costello

Eugene Colacchio Thomas Donohue

Donald Inserra Robert Hayes Daniel Ferrante

.'resident: JOE McCABE Vice-President: TOM CAHILL

Latin: FR. MEAGHER, S.J. Vincent Giracello

Treasurer: MATT ROONEY Secretaries; HUGH BRADY

English: MR. MULVIHILL History: MR. GRAY Math, Religion: MR. SMITH, S.J. Health: MR. FALLON, S.J.

BOB DATZKO

Theodore Kirby

Michael Lahue

Joseph Los

Arthur Mancino

Peter Marino

Pascal Kruse

John Morris

Thomas Newton

Joseph McCabe

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Michael Regan

Matthew Rooney

Richard Sammarco

Paul Simonetti

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Returning Prepsters noticed a new world in the educa­ tional environs of lower Jersey City this year. Old familiar faces were gone; some had new positions of authority; and new faces were glimpsed for the first time. Our beloved principal, Fr. Joseph Browne, S.J., had left his post as principal to become the new Prefect of Studies for the New York Province. In his place we found Fr. Edward Snyder, S.J., who has already served Prep well as teacher, Director of Athletics and Prefect of Discipline. His appointment as principal came as little surprise to those who are familiar with Father’s genuine concern for the welfare of Prep and Prep men. Fr. Leo Daly, S.J., fresh from Tertianship, was appointed Prefect of Discipline, and made it known at once that there would be no lag in jugroom attendance. Fr. James Daly, S.J. stepped into a new role as director of Athletics. Other changes in administra­ tion included Fr. John Scully, S.J. as Student Counselor, filling the post vacated by Fr. Francis Shalloe, S.J. who was named Director of Alumni. And finally, Fr. Robert O’Donnell, S.J., our renowned teacher and debate, coach, left Prep with Fr. Browne for a new job in the Provincial’s office. Three never-to-be-forgotten scholastics had also depart­ ed. Mr. Denis Woods, S.J., Mr. John McGrath, S.J. and Mr. Joseph Sherry, S.J. Went on to theological studies at Woodstock. They left behind them not only fond memo­ ries but also vacant posts as moderators of Prep’s literary endeavors. Soon there was a scurry among student editors and staff members to evaluate their hew moderators. Mr. Ronald Mizen, S.J. assumed his august foie as moderator of the

brilliant literary masterpiece, the PETREAN. Mr. Anthony Azzarto, S.J. found his double niche as assistant moderator to Mr. Mizen in his noble task and as moderator of the Freshmen Sodality. The future looked promising. Mr. George Wallace, S.J. spearheaded the avant-garde and successful INSCAPE magazipe, proving to all that Latin teachers are also men of letters. The PETROC was wiser for Mr. John Suruda, S.J. and continued its prize-winning coverage of major Prep events. The Drama Club of Prep found a lesser Gower Champion in Mr. Charles Bums, S.J., its new moderator. In addition to the scholastics, Prep was richer by a trio of Jesuit priests. Fr. Edward Dolan, S.J. captained Greek, Latin and Religion classes in Senior year, and still managed to find time to moderate Prep’s eloquence. Advanced Phys­ ics, some lucky Religion students, and the Science Academy met Prep’s answer to Sir Isaac Newton, Fr. Thomas Green, S.J. Last but not least, Prep found a new golf coach in Fr. Francis Stroud, S.J. who also directs the Senior Sodality and brings English into the eager minds of Sophomores. The lay faculty also sported a “new look.” The Math and Chemistry departments were all the better for both Mr. Ralph Luciani and Mr. Joseph Pacelli. Two new History professors arrived to combat Toynbee: Mr. Michael Gray and Mr. Richard Riccio. And Mr. Lawrence Levine capably attempts to inject the German language into unwilling minds and make it fun. All in all, the return to Prep was a happy one. We missed the old faces, but were delighted with the new ones. We counted ourselves fortunate.


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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row: Bill Cochrane, (head coach), Roy Kuenne (line coach), John Domalewski, Tony Policastro, Tim Hawkes, Tim Purcell, Tom Rindos, Frank Murdaco, Mike Gugliemeli, Bill Gargiulo (backfield coach), Bob Kelly (line coach). Second Row: Bill Rankin, Mike Malecki, B od Christie, Tom Street, Ed Garvey, Bill Sheridan, Bob Tropke, Joe Urbanovich, Pat Lanni, Tom DeAngelis, Lew Castelli. Third Row: Pete Sack, Jim Heubel, Brian McCarthy, Ron DeMiglio, Daryl Gotilla,

Bob Buckley, Dave McConville, Mike Ascolese, Ken Hojnowski, Paul Hering, Dave Williams. Fourth Row: Don Soriero, Larry Finnegan, Jerry Murphy, Bill McCahill, Vinny Cor­ coran, Glenn Grieco, Paul McGovern, Chris Mortenson, Don Santora, Bruce Zeman. Back Row: Bob Ribaudo, Dave Nawrocki, Chris Corns, Ed Lewis, Jack McCarthy, Larry McHeffey, Mark Scheurer, Pete Sekel, Rich Balcerzak, Bill Torpey, Jim Van Blarcom, Marty Conlon.

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SNYDER The Marauders were odds on favorites to win this one, but the way in which they did gave Prep fans reasons for great expectations. The defense continued strong as Grieco pounced on the first of seven fumbles forced on the Marauder line. This time the offensive unit was not to be denied as DeMiglio fired to end Ed Lewis and the Senior speed merchant romped over the goal line on a play that covered 72 yards. Prep recovered another Tiger miscue and Hawkes, Sack, and Mortenson drove 55 yards before DeMiglio stole over from the one yard line. To open the third quarter, Tim Hawkes treated the Roosevelt Stadium crowd to a dazzling 80 yard kickoff return only to have it nullified by a clipping penalty. Determined to get the touchdown back on the scoreboard, Prep launched one of the finest ground attacks of the season, which culminated in a touch­ down via the airlanes—DeMiglio to Mark Scheurer. Prep proved it had bench strength to boot as Senior quarterback Bill Rankin relied on Pat Lanni to lug the pigskin to the five yard line. Here he straightened up and fired a short strike to Bill Torpey. The ever-faithful toe of Chris Mortenson converted after all four touchdowns as Prep clobbered the Tigers 28-0!


LINCOLN The Great Hunter, still doggedly stalk­ ing the County title, was eager to bag the snarling Lincoln Lion and mount the trophy proudly on the wall. But the hunter fared poorly against an intended prey that was too strong, too fast, and too smart to let himself be .cornered. After moving the ball only 7 yards in their first offensive series, the Prepsters punted to Lincoln. The hard charging Lions ripped and clawed their way over the Prep goal for an early 7-0 lead. Mo­ ments later a tenacious Lincoln defense pounced on a loose pigskin and the Lions roared in for the second score. With minutes remaining in the first half, Bur­ net laced the pigskin through the up­ rights for three more digits and the short end of a 17-0. Feeling his conservative ground attack was too well bottled up in the first half, The Great Hunter switched to aerial artist Billy Bankin. Billy was the first to draw Lion blood as he lifted a 37 yard bomb to end Ed Lewis. This was as close to the prey as the Prepsters ever came. The Lions returned a punt to the Prep 5 yard line. Two dashes through the middle earned them another marker as the score was upped to 23-7. The only bright spot of the day was a stellar performance by Billy Bankin—a promise of things to come from the senior quarterback.

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BAYONNE A bright autumn sky shone over Roosevelt Sta­ dium as one of Hudson County’s fiercest battles of 1963 was about to unfold. From the opening whistle it was evident that much sweat and blood would be spent before this one was settled. The battle raged back and forth with every yard bitterly fought over and stubbornly defended. In an heroic effort to spring Tim Hawkes loose, Glenn Grieco was hit by everything but the barn door as Bayonne smashed their linebackers into the All-County tackle again and again to close the gaping holes. Once Hawkes did manage to break through and with a brilliant broken field exhibition danced 43 yards into Bee territory. After Mortenson carried to the 17, the Prep attack bogged down. The second half was an even more bitterly con­ tested re-enactment of the first. Prep drove to the Bee 14, but again was thwarted. Credit this game to a tenacious defense and to Prep’s great punter Brian McCarthy whose booming kicks kept the battle in enemy territory.

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MEMORIAL After electrifying the fans with Torkowski’s brilliant 65 yard return of the opening kickoff, the Mems drew first blood by a tally and a successful conversion attempt which upped the count to 7-0. Field General Billy Rankin, after guiding the momentarily stunned Marauders inside the Memo­ rial 5 yard line, pitched out to halfback Brian McCarthy. McCarthy neatly slipped the pigskin to Timmy Hawkes, who glided through for the score. The conversion attempt went wide and Prep was on the short end, 7-6. Late in the fourth quarter Billy Rankin suddenly found his mark and connected on three aerials for the second Marauder tally. The fast-setting sun broke through the clouds. After recovering an onsides kick, the Marauders made one last-ditch try for the sunshine, but Rankin’s long pass fell short as the gun ended a heartbreaking day.

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in the M iddle, ST. MICHAEL’S Irish hopes were high coming into Roosevelt Stadium for the clincher to the North Hudson title. But this time the Marauders were to play the role of the spoiler. After trading punts, the Marauders pushed into St. Mike’s territory with Timmy Hawkes driving the score home with four smashes into the Leprechaun line. Mortenson s extra point gave the Grand Streeters a 7-0 lead. Capitalizing on an offsides penalty, the Green wave rolled to the Prep 15. The Marauders stemmed the tide for three plays but the fourth down saw Salinardi scamper over for the score. The P.A.T. knotted the score at 7-7. Hawkes’ pilfering of an Irish aerial and dancing down to the Michael’s 7 became the turning point of the game. The Green wave rose up to thwart the Prep threat by attempting a fourth down punt but big Glenn Greico ripped through to slap the pigskin down. Bill McCahill pounced on the loose leather and three plays later Billy Rankin carried it over on a quarterback sneak. Mortenson ended the day’s scoring with a successful conversion. Final score: Prep 14 — St. Mike’s 7. Hawkes on the loose.

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DICKINSON With an eye to the future, Coach Cochrane employed sophomore halfbacks Bob Kropke and Ed Garvey as well as the incomparable junior fullback, Tim Hawkes, in running up Prep’s most impressive victory of the season. Kropke turned in a stellar performance as he toted the pigskin 10 times for 63 yards. But it was Hawkes’s brilliant exhibition of rushing prowess which gave the Grand Streeters a de­ cisive 34-13 victory in the annual Thanksgiving Day game. The Prep steamrollers rushed and passed for 287 yards and 17 first downs to Dick­ inson’s 176 yards and 4 first downs. Dickinson drew first blood when Rivellini slipped a tricky pass to Weber. But Hawkes struck back twice before the half ended, slicing in from 1 yard and 3 yards out. Chris Mortenson added both P.A.T.’s to send Prep to the lockers with a 14-6 lead. Early in the third period, senior quarterback Billy Rankin got into the show as he lifted a 40 yard pass to end Don Santora for a touchdown.

Mortenson’s conversion upped the count 21-6. In the fourth quarter Hawkes continued to be­ wilder the Ram linemen as he belted home from 17 yards out. Contained since the opening minutes by the fierce tackling of Larry Finnegan and Glenn. Grieco, Dickinson finally broke the spell with a 65 yard pass from Rivellini to Byrne. But Hawkes put the dressing in Prep’s Thanks­ giving turkey by ending the afternoon’s scoring with a ten yard scamper to paydirt. Coach Coch­ rane sent junior Marty Conlon to attempt the conversion which he drilled home to give Prep a satisfying 34-13 victory. When the dust settled, it came as little surprise to anyone that Tim Hawkes had unanimously been awarded the Tommy Myers Memorial Trophy as the game’s most valuable player. Roosevelt Stadium fans saw Prep’s human piledriver carry twenty times for 173 yards and four touchdowns, return two kickoffs for 41 yards, and run a punt back 13 yards for a total of 227 yards.


FRESHMAN TEAM Front Row: Don White, Jim Pilla, John Manna, Walt Greehouse, Pete Marino, John Garbarino, AI Zolli. Second Row: Bob Lewis* Jo® Amejka, Tom Newton, Art Mancino, Ealt Ryglicki, Glenn Williams, Frank Hudak, Greg Loftus, Jim Stuart, Rick Sammarco. Back Row: Mr. Pacelli, Coach; Bob Lewis, Coach; Vin Gurzo, George Luick, Bill Cummings, Joe McCabe, Dan Osnato, Steve Pilewicz, Bob Diehl, Vin Drobny, Mark Ianini, Paul Lempa, Coach.

INDIVIDUAL HONORS Glen Grieco

______________ 1st Team All-County 1st Team All-North: Jersey 1st Team Ail-State Parochial 2nd Team All-Met Tim Hawkes 2 _____ .-1st Team All-County Ed Lewis _____ ___ __ ____2nd Team All-County Bill MeCahill . _ 3rd Team All-Met Joe Ribaudo 3 Honorable Mention All-County Larry Finnegan_______________ Honorable Mention All-County Chris Mortenson ______ _ . Honorable Mention All-Coun*.y Bill Rankin. F st' .Honorable Mention All-County

VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD Prep 7 28 0 12 14 34

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J.V. TEAM Front Row: Bob Urban, Manager; Vincent Zingara, Tom DiMatteo, Lou Fardtlla. Eddie PoweK, Jim Daurio. Second Row: Brian Bull, Britt Davis, Jerry Mahony, Dave McHettey, Jim Wan, Jolm Mereun, Charlie Krick, Manager, Back Row: John Cleary, Bill Mangiapane, Gary; iiistaino, Bob Lynch, Ken Koserowski, Bob Noil, Tim O’Connor.

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Kneeling: Mr. Burns, S.J., Moderator, Jay Scott, Richy Kristensen, John Piazza, Joe Napoli. Stand­ ing: Dan Crifo, Pat Kane, Ken Spiegel, Tom Zito, Frank Bulzis, John Pow­ ers.

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. . .*1he SadcditieA, SENIOR SODALITY Blake, Geoffrey Burke, Joe Cheloc, Bob Comcowich, John Gallagher, Pat Galvan, Sil Hanbury, Kevin Hansen, Steve Kelly, Don LoBue, John Madaio, Gerry

Mark, Joe Marrella, Mike Marshello, A1 Napoli, Joe Ruegg, Ken Scott, Brendan Shea, John Truskowsld, Paul Verdon, Tim Wajszczuk, Joe

Sil Galvan, Bob Cheloc, Fr. Stroud, Moderator; Tim Verdon, John Shea, John Compowich, Joe Wajsczuk, standing behind him, Al Marshello, continuing: Kevin Hanbury, Geoffrey Blake, and Steve Hansen.

Mike Marrella, Pat Gallagher, Paul Truskowski, Joe Burke, Joe Napoli, and Gerry Madaio.

Father Stroud, S.J., in his first year at Prep, has done a fine job leading his young men toward a more mature approach to their religion. Because of the emphasis on a greater under足 standing among Christian sects, the Senior .Sodalists sponsored an ecumenical dialogue to promote an understanding at the high school level. Chairman John LoBue arranged the three dialogues to which members of Protestant faiths were invited. The Seniors gained a rich intellectual and spiritual experience from these con足 ferences and hope others will follow this newly hewn path. Civil rights marchers go to Trenton.


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M eetin g tw ice a w eek, the Jun ior Sodality sought a w orking relationship betw een the con cept of Christian values and the application of these values t o m odem living. R elevan t to this su b ject, they discussed Cardinal Suhard’s “G row th and D eclin e” a n d Cardinal Suenens “G ospel to E very C reatu re”. O n the su b ject of the A m erican parish the Sodalists read Sunday M °rnm g Crisis’* by F r. H avda. T h e y also discussed the racial issue and the liturgy. . In order to help those less fortunate than them selves, th e Sodalists visited and len t a helping hand at the.head ­ quarters of such social agencies as the A .I.D . m Paterso , the C ath olic W orker, Bonitas and F o lia n . T h e juniois le ft no stone unturned in learning the m eaning and he application of the Christian m essage « . to undo the heavy burden and let the oppressed go free.

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GROUP B Brzenk, Ron (Leader) Aquino, Jerry Berkowitz, Dan Czujko, Roman Dietz, Rich Dirsa, Ken Dondero, Jim Famiglietti, John

Gorbos, Steve Jacques, Fred Leone, Joe Marczewski, Ron Meehan, Jerry Morello, Don Moreno, John Pizzuto, Pete (Sec.) Quinn, Ken Spillane, Frank Tavormina, Joe

F. Bachmann, D. Mitchell, John Bell, Director of CORE; R. Barry D Beime at Trenton.

GROUP C Milsop, John (Leader) Antonini, Pete Boyle, Rich Castelli, Lou Cimprich, Bob Collins, Charles Coppinger, Walt DeAngelis, Tom Devaney, Mike Finn, Pete Fischer, Bob Frees, Bob Janasie, John Mahony, Jerry Monahan, John Pacholec, Ron Policastro, Tony Ryan, Jim Tornambe, Mike Wasowski, Stan Yannuzzi, Ray Prepsters participate in the civil rights march on Trenton. 66


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. . . and reading to slower children in Christ the King School.

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1-B Barr, Walter Catapano, Neil Cummings, Bill Drobny, Vin .Grish, John Howard, Bob Lembo, Bob MacIntyre, John Mottola, Paul Nolan, Bob

Gurzo, Vin Jaz, Andrew Kennedy, Al Kowalik, Jim Mackin, John Murawinski, Dan O’Keefe, Bill Schreiner, Richard Steinbacher, Mike Vanderbeck, John Wermert, Dwight

Scerbo, Joe Truskowski, Ed Warzenski, Joe

1-C Cardiello, Frank Caulfield, Matt Gurney, Mike Jaronski, Walter Lepis, Joe Mackin, Marty Milne, Ed O'Connor, Jim Page, Joe Renga, Jim Ryglicki, Walter

1-E Bachand, Greg Duffy, John Frees, Vin Gilch, Wayne Green, Mike Iaccarino, Gennaro Jimmerson, Vernon Kessler, Tom Kozarich, John Lamb, Chris Loftus, Greg Morales, Dan Murphy, Dennis

1-D Armistead, Bob Burke, Jim Carmody, John D’Alessandro, Dan DeMizio, Tony Drozd, Richard Germinario, Frank Granville, Bill

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1-F Badger, Don Greene, Ray Lanktree, Charles LoPresti, Wayne McKenna, Harold Pepe, George Riley, Greg Vanecek, Jim

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I WANT YOU When the 1963 Petrean won an All Catholic rating from the Cath­ olic Press Association, those who saw this fine publication were con­ vinced that the Prep had reached the ultimate in perfection. Determ­ ined to maintain the standard of the Prep annual, this year’s staff, under Mr. Ronald Mizen, S.J., who replaced Mr. Woods, S.J., as the moderator of Prep’s number one publication, and Mr. Anthony Az­ zarto, S.J., who became the Petrean’s first assistant moderator, planned to give more adequate coverage to activities. A write-up on almost every activity was an added feature of the staff’s plan to give a more complete history of the school;year. The staff also chose a cloth cover and added a monk’s cloth background to the senior sec­ tion. For the first time in Prep’s history, no extension of the drive was necessary to -soar above our goal. The staff has dedicated the 1964 Petrean to the memory of Pope John XXIII and John Fitzgerald Kennedy who in life and death best exemplified the message of our theme, worked out by Editor Joe Napoli.

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Photography Staff: Ken Zienkewicz; Flip Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Agostino, Photography Editor; Ed White; Rod Proto; Hal Fitzpatrick, Assistant Photography Editor.

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VARSITY BOWLING TEAM Mike D’Amore, Ed Legowski, John Kane, Charlie Kuzminski, George Apsley, Ed Tarrant Howie Knapp, Carl Restivo, Mr. Illy, Coach.

With five returning lettermen, Mr. Illy had the nucleus of a winning squad. He turned out a city and county cham­ pionship team. Led by team captain Howie Knapp and Ed Tarrant, both with a 182 average, the Prep Keglers have collected trophies in city, county, and CYO leagues and sport a 2-3 record in HCIAA play.

Ed Tarrant Season Average 182

Mike D'Amore Charlie Kuzminski Season Average 177


John Kane Season Average 176

George Apsley Season Average 180 Ed Legowski Season Average 170

J.V. BOWLING TEAM Sitting: Brian Fitzpatrick and Peter Scivoletti. Standing: Joseph Jaeger, Richard Baynard, Patrick Shannon, John Bowens, and John Famiglietti.

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The aim of the League Leaders is to promote devotion to the Sacred Heart. The League Leader gives himself to Christ in reparation for his sins and the sins of others. Besides the monthly Holy Horn-, which they conduct under the guidance of Father Scully, S.J., the League Leaders also,, offer an extra re­ ception of the Holy Eucharist once a week. The aim of this group of Catholic young men should be the aim of every true Prep student.

SENIORS Bernard Brady Ronald Buryk Frank. Cangelosi John Comcowich Daniel Donahue John Doran Patrick Gallagher -Stephen Hansen John Hollingsworth Ddnald Killyi , Thomas Kelly "s | Jo h n LoBue Gerard Madaio Gary O’Brien Leonard Rosa '* -Gaiy iSchumacnfer ^ ; Brendan Scott IS fe au ftr ruskowski , Alam^Wickersty

_ JUNIORS faR o^ ert Andersod „ s^Peter Babits I Rachard Bake® John Baldoviri^ ■ «; Joseph B!eres >.I Kevin Brady * Robert Brunhofer * , Daniel ,Crifo^ > Thoma|;^ro\^y i h j jfr^te^. D’Aless^dro Edward ^Durkin j\| William!Dwj|er jToseph Elmo? j&j DavidFinn

Edward Fitzpatrick Michael. Gallagher Edwin Gilson Emil Graric$gnolo, ' ~ Jon Jacobson Gerard Kinch RonalS Kozakiewicz / Andrew Xubica Edward JLambro’ \ Francis Laslo Albert .McCormick • John Murphy Louis Muzzarini „ An^qny Kfardino Joltn Joseph Pill a ^ RobertSacilowski C jAlrnold^Sansevere^ ^ j j rjoh n Sullivan A pVwipxx Tehuto f

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YOU CAN’T TAKE IT W ITH YOU.” CAST OF CHARACTERS Grandpa Vanderhoff_ _________ ___ Ken Jennings Peter........................ ........................ ......... ................. Ed Wallace Tony______________________________ Phil Campanella Mr, Kirby ___________ ______ ____Kaz Herchold Kolenkov. ______ ,__ -y.imocT.t Lombino D i Pinna_________ Pat Montesano Paul----------Stan Kielbowicz Ed--------------,_____ ______________________ Tom Monahan W alt...............;________ a_________ ...__ w-.-Tom Kusen Jackson _____ ____ ___ ______________ Tony Stone Grand Duke_______ - _. r : .... Tnnv Wisnieski ______ _______ _______ Rich Dwyer Mr. Henderson Police Officer _____________________ Mark Sullivan

On the night of November 15, 1963, the curtain rose on the Dramatic Society’s presentation, “You Can’t Take It With You,” by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Set in a Greenwich Village flat in the 1930’s, the play revolves around the comic lives of an eccentric family and their even more eccentric friends. A snake-loving grandfather, an unnoticed, yet undaunted writer, an irascible Russian and a group of gin-swilling firework-makers, all combined to make it an evening to be enjoyed and remembered. In the true Prep spirit, a dance followed each per­ formance.

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Honored Guests: Sitting: Mr. Burke, Joe Burke, Student Council President; Father Rector. Standing: Father Snyder, Mr. Mortenson, representing the lathers; father ttavas, Guest Speaker; Chris Mortenson, representing the sons.

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Chimpanzees Appear to Have Low Opinion of Humans

SUPREME COURT, 6 TO 3, REQUIRES __ _ STATES TO MAKE HOUSE DISTRICTS ROUGHLY EQUAL IN POPULATIONS President and U.S. Cadets Salute MacArthur at 84 Sukarno Renews Hostility To Malaysia Despite Truce Zanzibar Regime Seizes U.S. Consul at Gunpoint

Marc Blitzstein, Composer, 58, Killed in Automobile Accident On Assassination of Kennedy

Hello, Dolly!’ Has Premiere

JOHNSON STATE OF UNION ADDRESS PROVIDES BUDGET OF $97.9 BILLION, WAR ON POVERTY, ATOMIC CUTBACK C athedral in Boston Is the Scene of a Tribute to President Kennedy

Santa Maria Finds Channels Narrow in Queens on Her Way to the Fair

VIETNAM JUNTA OUSTED BY MILITARY DISSIDENTS WHO FEAR ‘NEUTRALISM’ M i

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COURT BARS CITY TRANSIT STRIKE, BUT DEFIANT QUILL ASSAILS JUDGE; LAST-MINUTE NEGOTIATIONS GO ON Innsbruck Prepares for Start of Olympics as Athletes Hone Their Form Schweitzer Marks 89th Birthday

A iling Nehru M isses S tart of P arty’s Convention

Robert K ennedy in Tokyo T o Seek Malaysia A ccord

JOHNSON FORESEES BOOM, BUT WARNS OF INFLATION; ADVISERS URGE PRICE CUTS

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Alec Guinness as ‘Dylan’

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What do I know? The ever inquisitive mind searches for truth. A man’s faith grounds his quest for knowledge and correlates his ex­ panding understanding of the world. Furthermore;, the greater the realization :"6f truth the Christian has, the more faith and love grow Within him. The man who has a purpose in life feels the need to apply himself to scientific research, in order to improve the world for human betterment and recognizes the urgency to engage in psychological and cultural studies jn order that he might better understand himself and other men—an understanding so essential for world peace. Never­ theless, because-crf egotism, a man may employ acquired learning solely for His'o^fl^ain.- Because of human slothfulness, a man may allow his m in d ..b eco m e stagnant. Because of an uncritical intellect, he may ^ccept falsehood" for ^tith. ■Requiring assistance in his intellectuals development,':man finds 'guidance ant!;'direction in formal education, phirthermore, since aSso; Ration wiih:teacheil|tac»3erators, and friends who are, Willing to share their p n

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James Eagen

Thomas Feeney

Thomas Fowles

Paul Gamarello

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Michael Ippolito

Edward Kidney

Robert Logan

V. James Mann

Carl Menk

George Peterson

Kevin O’Connor

Kenneth Pisano

Eugene Rapcienski

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Joseph Scura

Thaddeus Sucholbiak

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■Gerald Tyne

Frank Vaccarino

President: FRANK VACCARINO Vice-President: CARL MENK Treasurer: VICTOR ZARRILLI Secretary: JOE HAYES Charles Vogel

Edward Wallace

Stephen Weigert

Fred Wraga

Victor Zarrilli


Robert Aughinbaugh

Richard Baynard

James Blaney

Michael Cappiccille

John Casper

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Michael Dedicos

Edward DePascale

Dennis Enright

Richard Fleischer

Charles Gallagher

Douglas Garatina

Joseph Lee

Peter Malecki

John Mercun

Kevin Green

Michael Guglielmelli

William Hilliard

Carl Kaminski

Raymond Kilkenny

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William Podurgiel

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William Rakowicz

John Regan

Stephen Rutkowski

President: VIN ARECCHI f Vice-President: CHARLES , ALLAGHER Treasurer: JIM BLANEY ] Secretary: ED DePASCALE

William Scheller

William Sexton

Edward Stanton

Albert Tarzia

Paul Wiggin


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Thomas Butler

Donald Beim e

Donald Adamczyk

Gary Damiani

Joseph Ferrara Robert Fischer Robert Davis

Eugene Gough

PH*! 'Sv f* John King Stephen Kohl James Hathaway

Jeffrey Kowalski

Joseph Maresca

Stanley Lipinski

Daniel Mitchell Lawrence Miller Joseph Scura

President: DAN MI Vice-President: j DOS Treasurer: GARY DAMIANI Secretary: DON B E IR J^

Robert McGuinness

Thomas Piserchia Robert Petrie

James P. Murphy

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Joseph Reid

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John Powers

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John Bowens

Roger Calantone

Robert Buckley

William Donohue

Richard Dietz Thomas DeAngelis

John Cullum James Daurio

Richard Dwyer

Samuel DiFeo

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Patrick Kane Peter Finn Brian Fitzpatrick George Leppert

Andrew Lewandowski James McNemey John Mikolay

Cosmo Mongiello Frank Monterisi

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Frank Prohammer

President: TOM DeANGELIS Vice-President: SAM DiFEO Treasurer: GARY SCHRECK Secretary: BOB BUCKLEY Timothy Purcell

Donald Schnur

Martin W ard

Robert Urban

Gary Schreck Michael Tomambe

George Zakrzewski

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Alexander Blahitka

Robert Cimprich

W alter Coppinger

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Ronald Burbella

Math: MR. HOWARD Science: FR. HESS, S.J. Religion: FR. STROUD, S.J. Roman Czujko

Richard Fristensky

Stephen Gorbos

John Gumina

Michael Devaney

Joseph Hartnett

John Famiglietti

James Hollywood

Frederick Jacques

John Jordan

Paul Kiemey

Robert Kolock

Gerald Meehan

Donald Morello

Joseph Nardini

John Nelson

Joseph Peisecki

Peter Pizzuto

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Rodney Proto

Raymond Testa

Alfred Sattelberger

Stanley Wasowski

Kevin Wilson

Ronald Zawacki

Andrew Swietluk

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Robert Donovan

Robert Frees

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John Heffernan

Charles Kuchar

Jeremiah Mahony

Frank McElroy

James Richard

Alfred Rinn

James Ryan

Michael Scott

George Smith

Donald Ginty

John Sakowski

President: KEN HOJNOWSKI Vice-President: FRANK McELROY Treasurer: MIKE SCOTT Secretary: JEREMIAH MAHONY

Kenneth Hojnowski

Kenneth Spiegel

Joseph Jaeger

Francis Spillane

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Charles Kenny

Francis King

Thomas Viggiano

Robert W alsh

Mario Kravanja

Kevin Ward


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Francis Bulzis

James Curley

Michael Cannavale

Britten Davis

Robert Gormley Louis Fucito

Thomas DeLuca

Joseph Hanrahan

Robert Gualtieri

Joseph Lakata

Paul Janzer Michael Kerwan

Theodore Kwiatkowski Michael Kirkowski

Paul Lamb

William Mangan

George Moran George Mitchels Ronald Marczewski Francis Murdaco

Anthony Policastro

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Stephen Pello

President: TOM DeLUCA Vice-President: FRANK MURDACO Treasurer: JIM TROCHE Secretary: MIKE KERWAN

John Ockay

Dennis Rizzo

Joseph Stancati Benny Smutek Michael Scaglione Robert Zeman

Francis Sutula Demmon Van Tyle Edward Valitutto

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Peter Antonini

Fred Bachmann

Jerry Aquino

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Thomas DiMatteo

James Dondero

Peter Daly

Charles Collins John Curley

Edward Garvey

Richard English

Robert Jaugstetter John Janasie

Christopher Herchold Edward Jakubowski

Robert Kropke

Joseph Leone Robert Maitner

John Milsop

John Monahan

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Patrick Montesano

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President: ED GARVEY Vice-President: TOM DiMATTEO Treasurer: BOB KROPKE Secretary: JOE TAVORMINA

Ronald Pacholec Kenneth Quinn

Raymond Yannuzzi

David Williams Joseph Tavormina

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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Kneeling: Jack Curley, Bob Hurley, Jim Blaney, Tom Dougherty, Tom Leane, Ken Hojnowski. Standing: Jim Davis, manager; Keith Hochstein, Bert Brady, Don Santora, Charles Dailey, Jim Supple, Bob DeGroot, Tim Naples, Art Rizzi.

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JERRY HALLIGAN Varsity Coach

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Games played--------------------- 12 Goals tried-----------------------175 Goals scored------------------ 95 Fouls taken---------89 Fouls scored______________ 75 Fouls committed ---------- 37 Assists————.—-—-.-— T-----------7 Points ———---------------- 255 Average 21.3

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Hojnowski towers over awestruck Snyder.

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Dougherty maneuvers between Bay­ onne's Lavan and Campbell. Hurley stands by to assist.

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Snyder’s Pritzlaff fails to stop Santora.

Jumping in front of Marist’s Kocmalski, Keith tallies.

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Don Santora

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Once again, Coach Jerry Halligan turned out a strong county con­ tender. An inexperienced squad made up for its lack of height through speed and determination. With scrappy Keith Hochstein controlling the boards and Tom Leane sparking the defense, Prep began its season by reeling off six straight victories. Our first encounter came against a strong St. Al’s team, which other­ wise went undefeated in their regular season contests. With many fans turned away from this exciting game, Prep plucked the Cardinals 68-63, as Hurley and Santora each tallied 15. St. Cecelia's was next to fall to Prep’s fighting five, as we bombed the baffled Englewood squad 74-36. Tim Naples, Ken Hochnowski, and Jim Supple came off the bench to prove the strength of Prep’s reserves. Then on came the Rams, but Halligan’s Hustlers were too much for the Hilltoppers. The first half was shakily played by both sides, but the second half saw Prep come back with a new defense. Keith Hochstein led the offensive attack by racking up 33 points, more than the entire Dickinson team. Heading back to our home court, we downed St. Mike’s and left for the Christmas Tournament at the Armory. After taking the first two from St. Francis and All-Hallows, we dropped the next to a lofty Erasmus power. Recovering from this first setback, Prep fans traveled to New York to watch the Marauders take a close one from Fordham Prep, 38-36. This made the powerful Lincoln Lions next on the card. Always a stiff opponent on their home court and a threat to our chances to a city title, Lincoln’s towering squad was heavily favored to cop an easy victory from the shorter Prepmen. But Keith Hochstein, unawed by the size of his opponents, broke loose and scored 25 points to lead the Petreans from a 15-point deficit into overtime. On defense, Tom Leane held Willie Willis, Lincoln’s ace, to a pair of baskets before fouling out. Then, with 56 seconds left in the first overtime, Don Santora drove for two to break the deadlock and tame the Lions. Soon after, Prep proved once again that it was a city powerhouse as we wheeled in a score of 57-46 over Ferris. Snyder was next to taste defeat as the Marauders romped 73-53. This win over the Tigers made our city record 6-0, and put us in good position for the city title. , w On the Armory court we met the Royal Knight s charge head on, but were unable to penetrate their defense. A spirited Marist team topped us by eleven and broke our county winning streak at 44. Somewhat demoralized by Marist’s surprise win, the Prep nve next faced a strong Bayonne team. Hochstein led the Petreans with a 21-point scoring effort, and in the last few minutes of play it was 41-all. Then Campbell sunk one of two free throws to put the Bees ahead. Ih e buzzer sounded as we were trying to pass down court, and the Bees won 42-41. . r Prep bounced back against Regis, 52-48, beginning a new string of victories. We then played a rerun of our first win over Dickinson, and ____ , ,. . prepared to take on the Lions again. After beating the favored Lincoln team once, Halligan s Hustlers set out to prove that it was not a balk. Coming on to our home court, the lions led for three quarters and seemed to have it sewn up, until sud­ denly Tom Doughty came alive. Tom, who scored 17 points that night, canned six straight drives, shaving the Lions lead to a point, lhen Tim Naples hit with a jumper to give Prep sole possession ot second place in the South Hudson race and clinching the City Title as well. As the season neared its close, Ferris and Snyder fell agam. T spotlights were turned on our next two games, Marist and Bayonne. The Knights of Marist were armed, but the Marauders were ready and waiting to avenge the fiasco of the first encounter. After a slow start Halligan’s Hoopsters picked up speed and went to the air with uncanny outside shooting from Santora and Hochstein, and the Knights were knocked from their horses, 78-57. - ,t In our final game of the regular season, we met Bayonne for the second time. We needed this win to tie the Bees for first place in the South Hudson race. The team was up for this game but Prep fans were not as the Grand Streeters played before a predominantly Bay®™® audience With less than two minutes to play and Prep ahead by eight, we seemed to have the game on ice. Then Yelverton who. came off the bench for Bayonne, scored on three jumpers as Campbell hit on a drive and an assist to put the Bees ahead. Hochsteins basket and Hurleys drive were not enough to stop Bayonne, and the Ockenemen won, 56-54. Several weeks later, we lost in the Parochial A tournament to Essex Catholic, 65-64, the third and last time we lost an important game by 0116Despite the loss of all but two lettermen, and a late injury to Tom Leane Terry Halligan disappointed the prophets of doom who predicted an end to his winning ways. Chief contributor to Jerrys successful sea­ son was scoring and rebounding ace, Keith Hochstein Keith joined the long line of Prepmen who won berths on both the AJl-County and All ^ W r tT S io s t of the team due back next fall and with recruits Bob DeGroot Mark Scheurer, Jack Curley, John Russell, and Jim Blaney mming up from the J.V., Coach Halligan sees another fine season ahead. Looking further into the future, Coach Halligan is heartened by fre* man stars Charlie Lanktree, Bob Nodine and Bob Fee who led the Freshman team to a winning season.

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A buzzer, whistle, and jump ball begin an explosive 4th quarter with Bayonne. 104


Front Row: Don Ginty, John Russell, Mike Scott, Jim Blainey. Back Row: Dennis Enright, Ed Stan­ ton, Joe Suruda, Tom Butler, Marty Ward, Mike Kirkowski, Carlos Cadalzo, Jack Curley.

FRESHMAN TEAM Front Row: Mr. Halligan, S.J.; Marty Mackin, Glenn William, Bob Fee, Cliff Jacobson, Bob Nodine, Vin Frees, Tom Cahill, Sergio DeBari, Mike Re­ gan, John Mackin. Back Row: Tom Kessler, Tony Catanzarro, Tim Mercier, Chuck Langtree, Bob Costello, Bob Lembo, Steve Bronowich.

Keith shoots for two in State tourney.

JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD Prep 48 60 54 74 40 53 67 69 44 56 54 41 54 55 47 60

. . . in tf-in al Seeanc&l. FRESHMAN TEAM RECORD Prep 57 50 52 50 33 50 49 47 45 51 57 56 53 37 73 53 39

St. Aloysius ________ Lincoln ____________ Marist _____________ St. Michael’s, U.C Snyder __________ Regis ______________ Essex Catholic _____ St. Michael’s, J.C. .... Snyder_____________ St. Mary’s St. Aloysius _____ ____ Marist _____________ St. Michael’s, J.C Lincoln ............. ........... St. Anthony Essex Catholic ______ Lincoln ____________ Won 14 Lost 3

Opp. 33 49 50 49 53 44 39 32 41 50 35 33 27 51 49 35 57

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Games Played Goals Tried Goals Scored Fouls Taken Fouls Scored Fouls Committed Assists Points Average 3.3

Opp. St. Aloysius _________ 40 St. Cecelia ___________ 46 Dickinson ____________ 41 St. Michael’s (JC) ___ 55 Lincoln _______ 54 Ferris _____________ 43 Snyder ______________ 43 Marist .. 47 Bayonne _______• ______ 57 Dickinson ____________ 53 Regis _________ -______ 36 Lincoln ______________ 63 50 Ferris______________ Snyder _______ 57 Marist _ 38 Bayonne _____________ 66 Won 11 Lost 5


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Moderator Mr. Smith instructs Freshmen Debaters: Greg Bachand, Jack Morris, Ed Mull, John MacIntyre, Tony De Mizo, Jim Kowalick, Mat Rooney, Bob Howard, Ed Milne, Jim Ruane. Mr. Smith judges a debate.

After finishing fourth in the nation yast year, Prep’s debaters returned to add to their laurels. The varsity teams of Henry Raimondo, Jim Campbell (neg.) and Joe Hartnett, Ed Kealy (aff.) reached the finals in the National Forensic League district competition. The team of Raimondo and Campbell, after winning the Catholic New Jersey League, will go on to the National Catholic Finals at Denver. Jim Campbell repeated his previous performance by winning the first negative speaker award at the St. Peter’s College Peacock Tournament. At the same tourna­ ment Henry Raimondo was second negative speaker. Two other varsity teams of Joe Hartnett, Joe Tavormina ( aff.) and Dan Berkowitz, John Milsop (neg.) both won the Dwight Morrow, Englewood, debate tournament and the Tri-County debate tournament at Woodbridge, New Jersey. This year, Prep was blessed with another strong freshman team. The teams of Jack Morris, Matt Rooney (aff.) and Dick Moran, Ed Milne (neg.) participated in both junior-varsity and freshman competition and compiled a good record for the year. They took first places at both St. Mary’s, Perth Amboy and St. Mary’s, Rutherford. Dan Berkowitz

Sitting: Chris Herchold, Joe Tavormina, Joe Hartnett, Dan Berkowitz, John Milsop, Jerry Aquino. Standing: John Janasie, Fred Jacques, Pete Pizzuto, Ron Pacholec.

Freshmen first team: Matt Rooney, Ed Milne, Jack Morris. Not Pictured: Dick Moran.


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Starting out slowly because of illness, Tim Verdon romped through the city, county, tri­ county, state, and tri-state championships of the American Legion. Kaz Herchold won the first place in Original Oratory in the State Forensic League finals. The underclassmen John Baldovin and John Milsop won in Ex­ tempore, while Christopher Herchold and John Nelson won in Oratorical Interpretation. In the Catholic League Tournament, Verdon won second in Original Oratory while John Milsop placed third in Extempore. Verdon, Herchold, Baldovin and Milsop all took part in the St. John’s Tournament. Developing the rich source of talent at his disposal, Father Dolan, S.J. finished his first year at Prep with an impressive record and a team of which Prep can rightly be proud.


Declamation speakers: John Janasie, Chris Herchold, John Nelson.

Tim Verdon

Extemporaneous speakers: John Milsop, John Baldovin, Dan Berkowitz, Joe Tavormina.

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Sitting: Mike Ascolese, Dave McConville. Standing: Joe Mark, Chris Mortenson.

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John Ambrose, Kaz Herchold, Walter Zubrvcki, Mark Sullivan.

The 1963-1964 academic year has produced the most significant changes in our school literary maga­ zine since 1960 when LITERAMA became IN­ SCAPE and the new size and format were intro­ duced. A general face-lifting was the goal of this year’s INSCAPE. A more professional appearance was achieved by the use of a more varied layout, interesting type faces, and photography. The use of the editorial as a motivation in school life has been revived; three issues instead of two were published. The literary quality of past years has been maintained and, at times, surpassed through the efforts of a talented staff. Sensitive fiction, liberal verse, and well-informed non-fiction have continued INSCAPE’s tradition as a true outlet of creativity.

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The Varsity Gym Team. Front Row: Peter Malecki, Francis Sutula, Peter Koch, William Sette, Michael Malecki, Daniel Mitchell, and Edward Garvey. Second Row: Mr. Berkowitz, Coach; Robert Hill, James Murphy, Stephen Zaikowski, Jeffrey Tabor, John Domalewski’ James O’Connor, and Ronald Buryk, Manager. Back Row: Jeffrey Quirk, Mario Lucchese’ Louis D’Esposito, and Eugene Paolino.

With three consecutive city titles under his belt, Coach Berkowitz was due for a lean year. After the graduation of 10 senior lettermen, the ranks of the gymnasts were further depleted when, they lost the services of Rick DiNicola and Bill Bannon. When Fred Bachman tore a ligament in his shoulder and Jeff Tabor was taken ill with pneu­ monia, Coach Berkowitz had to rely on Junior-varsity material to back his front liners. Despite these setbacks, the gym team made a surprisingly good showing against the West Point Plebes. Another bright spot in the year came when Bob Hill captured the city title and second place in the state on the long horse.

MR. BERKOWITZ Coach

The J.V. Team. Front Row: Robert Tuohy, Robert Donavan, Robert Corbley, Vernon Jimmep son, and John Malejka. Back Row: John Monahan, James Ryan, John Strobe, Thomas Kusen, Robert Anderson, Michael Coar, and John Powers.

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Stephen Zaikowski doing the Giant Swing.

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Front Row: Matt Canfield, Ernie Baker, Richie Dietz, Ed Larld Jim Daurio, Joe Peisecki, Jim Mottershead. Back Row: I Lewis, Kevin Brady, Ken Koserowski, John Murphy Waif Zubrycki, Gary Schreck, Paul Roedell, Coach.

Kneeling: Ed Larkin, Richie Dietz, Ernie Baker, John Engle, Joe Peisecki. Standing: Robert Urban, Kevin Brady, John Dougher­ ty, Gary Schreck, Genn Williams, John Murphy, Paul Roedell, Coach.

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While the sciences and the various foreign and classical languages naturally lend themselves to intellectual curiosity, there is a great danger that our native language may be­ come, through familiarity, a very dry language and an even drier subject. This is certainly not true, however, for the members of the Advanced Placement English course, who this year covered some of the masterful works of literature. Among the novels studied were The Bear (William Faulk­ ner), The Trial (Frank Kafka), The Stranger (Albert Camus), and Portrait o f an Artist as a Young Man (James Joyce). Under the guidance of Messrs. McKenna and Sheridan, the Advanced Placement Students also examined some poetry and a few plays. A group of Sophomores, under the guidance of Mr. Trabold, S.J., meet once a day to discuss and explore tra­ ditional as well as modern literature. These advanced stu­ dents work together to get deeper insights into life and human existence. The group has discussed novels by Stein­ beck, Hawthorne, Payton, Knowles and Hemingway, among others. The secondary goal of the group is preparation for the Advanced Placement Exam for college. By combining their reading and discussion with original writing and publication of their literary magazine, “The Sophomore Quarterly,” the group strives for their goal of realization through literature.

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Foreground: Dan Berkowitz, John Milsop, Ray Andro, John Col­ lins. Background: Joe Tavormina, Lou Lenzi, Jim Hollywood, John Janasie.

Background: Phil Campanella, Tom Fowles, Stan Wasowski, Mr. Trabold, S.J., Chris Herchold.


Front Row: Mr. Trabold, S.J., Ray Testa, Dan Berkowitz, Fred Bach­ man, Jim Hollywood, Ray Andro, John Janasie. Second Row: Tom Fowles, Chris Herchold, Lou Lenzi, Joe Tavormina, Phil Campanella. Back Row: Steve Gorbos, Ray Yanuzzi, Stan Wasowski, John Milsop, John Collins.

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While a precipitate of Prep students was settling in the Chemistry course under Mr. Miller, a selected group headed for the labs at St. Peter’s College. These twenty chemists toiled over test tubes and beakers every Saturday morning and emerged from the lab with a head full of figures and formulas, and a year’s preparation for college chemistry. Under Father Hilsdorf, S.J., the group successfully completed its preparation for the Advanced Placement Test.

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Front Row: Jim Kocot, Bill Sette, Lou Muzzarini, Mike Polcari. Back Row: Joe Beres, Ed White, John Rusnak, Terry LaTerra, Bill Dooley.

Kneeling: A1 Huziarski. Standing: Pete Babits, Bob Genatt, John Hutnick, Ray Grzbowski, Mike Gallag­ her, Ray Nastawa, John Navarra.

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Bob Anderson, Mr. Luciani, and Phil Catanzaro.

With a great deal of enthusiasm and energy, Fr. Green, S.J., and | Mr. Luciani joined forces to carry the standard of science to the fore- 1 front at Prep. Realizing that many students do not find a stimulating ij enough atmosphere in their regular weekly lab periods, Father and , Mister rejuvenated the Science Academy and opened it to all students. Together with Mr. Luciani, who greatly contributed to the Academy’s If success, Father Green strongly believes in the scientific method of h learning by observation and experimentation. With this approach in I' mind, Father instructs the Academy members" in the use of their If “million dollar lab.” Francis Germinario and Dan Murawinski,


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Sitting: William Dwyer, James Finn, James Dunn, Mr. Lane, Joseph Pilla, Francis D’Alessandro, and James Scott. Standing: Harold Fitzpatrick, Daniel Crifo, SilVerius Galvin, George Witterschein, and Kenneth Zienkiewicz.

Mr. Levine reads Schiller to the German Club: Leonard Carusi, Alfred Huziarski, Joseph Beres, John Hutnick, Raymond Grzybowski, John Driscoll, Thomas Quackenbush, Peter Sekel, and Dominick Pisano.


The German Club: Stephen Struk, John Caravello, James Moriarty, Charles Krick, Louis Muzzarini, John Driscoll, and Albert McCormick. Pete Sekel, Bob Lahue, Ed Fitzpatrick, John Domalewski, Frezzo, Emil Grancagnolo.

President Rich Bigg and Moderator Mr. Fallon, S.J. zyzomuticus is similiar to yours.

Benny Smutek paints a wall mural at the Medical Center.

Starting only four short years ago, the Art Club has rapidly matured into one of the finest groups in the school. Mr. Fallon’s two main purposes are to foster in his pupils a lively interest in the art of their time and to afford them the opportunity for expressing themselves in many of the art forms. In pursuit of the former goal, Mr. Fallon has sponsored several excursions to leading art museums and exhibits in the Metropolitan area. In order to encourage the alctive participation of Prep students, the club held an art contest featuring over three hundred pieces by its own members and also entered the Archdiocean Art Exhibit in Newark. The Art Club is, as the sign over its door profoundly proclaims, “A Tunnel Back to the Human Race.” 122

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Sitting: Ronald Goppold. Standing: Michael Shea and Richard Henion.

Mike Anthony, Dick Schreiner, John Kozarich, Tom Podesta, Steve Pilewicz.

Joseph Page, Matthew Rooney, Michael Peragine, and Richard Moran.

Jerry Aquino, Michael Rinaldi, Raymond Telep, and Paul Kulkosky.


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By assuming charge of the circulation desk, magazine rack, and the replacement of returned books, the members of the Library Club perform an invaluable service to Prep. Their generosity in per- i forming these tasks leaves Miss Collins free to assist students seeking the materials needed for term papers and other class assignments. This year saw the institution of a paperback section to supplement the Libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shelves with the more sought-after books.

John Mikolay, Frank Monterisi, James McNerny, Bib Fischer.

Jim Guardino, Jack Orlowski, Alex Blahitka, Steve Struk.

John Baldovin, Bill Dwyer, Peter Babits, Ed Lambro.

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Mr. McCaffrey has long guided Prep ■iams in learning and enjoying the hobby pf amateur radio. Under his supervision :hese Prepsters learn the necessary Morse Hode and fundamentals of electricity to enable them to obtain an amateur radio >perator’s license. This license makes it possible for boys to broadcast over Prep’s >wn radio station K20QJ. I Through a new program of long disance contacts, Mr. McCaffrey’s boys pave reached Guatemala, Norway, and jhe Ukraine as well as 50 stations in the JJnited States.

Stanley Wasowski, Treasurer


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Chess Club: Jim McNerney, George Peterson, Ed Truskowski, Dan McColgan, Stan Lipinski, Paul Truskowski.

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CHESS TEAM RECORD Jersey Academy . . . . Dickinson................................. W eehaw ken...................... ..... Bayonne ............................ . St. Michael’s (J.C .) . . . North Bergen . . . . . Kearny . . . . . .

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Chess team: Jim Vanecek, Jim Guardino, Jeff Kowalski, Jim Astrauckas.

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Chorus ........................ ............ Ken Jennings

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The play concerns itself with a tricky Yacco--------------------------------- John Piazza

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laker who tries to deceive the wealthy

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I buy all my things at Bergdorf-Goodman.

Whadda ya mean my skirt’s too short?


Standing in water: Andy Guzo, Tom LoPresti, Stan Wasowski, Phil Ufholz, Frank Murphy, Brian Bull, Mike Dedicos, Jim VanEtten. Sitting- Vince Arecchi, Joe Hanrahan, Pat Kane, Joe Hayes, Dan Cahman, Doug Garatina, Tom Timperman, Jim Eagen, George Wroclawski, Charlie Buebendorf. Standing: Don Pisano, Dave McConnville, Jim Regan, Craig Fenech, Roger Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien, Tom Kelly, Henry Terwedow, Mr. Bernard Kelly (Coach).

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Tom Kelly, 100 Butterfly

Mike Dedicos, Back Stroke

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SWIMMING TEAM RECORDS Dual Meets Won 14—Lost 4 City Champs; 2nd in the County Championship; 6th in the Metro­ politan Catholic Championship; 8th in the Group 4 State Cham­ pionship.

Oh gosh. He’s going down for the third time.

School Records that were broken this year Dave McConville 50 yd. Free Style_______ ....Dave McConville 1100 yd. Free Style_______ -...Frank McElroy 200 yd. Free Style----------.....Frank McElroy 400 yd. Free Style_______ .. .Mike Dedicos 200 yd Ind. Med____ ...McConville, LoPresti, 200 yd. Free Style RelayKelly, Terwedow . ..McClave, Kelly, Wroclawski, 200 yd. Med. Relay-- — Fenech, LoPresti, Timperman

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Gee! He makes a fine gargoyle.


And they’re off.

The fish out of water.

Let’s go Craig. Opps, who emptied the pool?

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MARINE CORPS PHYSICAL FITNESS FINALISTS: ..4 6 2 °Mike Malecki___ ..454 °Vinny Corcoran.. ..408 Mario Lucchese.. ..4 05 Jerry Murphy...... ..3 8 3 °W alt Zubricki—. °Prep representatives in the Marine Corps

These exercises are murder.

Good old mother earth.

Won’t you join us? Get us down.

°Eugene Paolino ................374 ___________ 365 Bill Reuter °Joe Peisecki.................. 363 °Joe Geary________ 362 ®Bob Donovan __________ 357 Physical Fitness Tests


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The size of the trophy marks the merit of the mind.


They always said I belonged in a high chair.

Fools are made by trees like me.

Somebody put a pickle in my piccolo.

I wost my weostat.

Then I killed the three crocodiles singlehandedly and the meet continued.

Crowds of Prepsters flock to the play.

Better move it before the street cleaners come.

A little to the left, my good man.


But, Mister, it’s just a short course in applied math. The faculty Christmas party.

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Khrushchev, Home Again, Presses Attack on Peking

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G e m in i C r a ft F i r e d I n t o O r b it in L u n a r

State Theater in Lincoln Center To Be Ready M onth From Now

Shuttle Nearly Back to Normal; P a rto i4 2 d M a y ReoP™ Today

U.N. Is Assured on Force

PattersonGears Body and M ind For Day of Victory Over Clay

^ K.eep Peace in Cyprus Finland, Ireland and Sweden Confirm C ommitment on Troops —Canada’s Advance Unit Flies to Island

5 4 - Story Building Planned for Civic Center

Wallace Enters Maryland Race W ith Attack on Civil Rights Bill

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RUBY SENTENCED TO DEATH SPEEDILY BY DALLAS JURY; OSWALD KILLER TO APPEAL

Brazilians Hail New Chief; Rusk Promises U. S. H elp Goulart Is Reported Still Secretary Points to Need in Country— Wife and for Early Action on Children in Uruguay Economic Crisis

W ashington M onum ent to Get Its F irst Cleaning in 30 Years

G lenn Quits Race m Ohio, Citing His blow Recovery

Sm art Cat Joins Harvard Club A nd Enjoys Crabmeatand Mice P o itier W ins B est-A ctor Oscar

Johnson Leads Tribute to Mac Arthur

PRESIDENT URGES A $1 BILLION DRIVE AGAINST POVERTY

5-YEAR RAIL DISPUTE ENDS; PRESIDENT WINS ACCORD HE TERMS ‘J UST AND FAIR’

Brendan Behan Dies in Dublin; Rebellious Irish W riter W as 41

Spellm an Observing 25 Years as Archbishop

SCORES PERISH IN ALASKA QUAKE AND TIDAL WAVES ON WEST COAST; ANCHORAGE SUFFERS WORST LOSS Ethiopians and Somalis Agree

T o Border Truce and rullback

jfrg ‘pye£a’ A rriv es

Robertson Is Unanimous C hoice For N .B .A . All-Star First T eam

H ere, E v e r So Gently

Baseball to Open Today at Washington and Cincinnati Italy Gets Billion in Credit From U .S. and Europeans Vietnam Starting to Train M en to Govern Districts O fficers B egin Course to Learn H ow to K eep R ecaptured A reas— Lodge Praises P eople’s ‘Servants'

FAIR OPENS, RIGHTS STALL-IN FAILS} PROTESTERS DROWN OUT JOHNSON; 294 ARE SEIZED IN DEMONSTRATIONS

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Fr. Snyder, S.J., awards a full four year scholarship to Spelling Bee Con­ testant winner, David Scian of Our Lady of Mount Virgin Parish, Garfield, New Jersey.

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Peter Babxts

Victor Blue

Frank Del Boccio

President: MARK SCHEURER

Treasurer: JOE TEMPIO

Vice-President: B IL L TENUTO

Secretary: JOHN McCARTHY

Craig Fenech

Joseph Elmo

Michael Gallagher

Robert Genatt

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Gregory Riso

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Michael Scannell

Mark Scheurer

John Schock

William Tenuto

Latin: MR. AZZARTO, S.J. English: MR. KENNEDY History: MR. GRAY Math: MR. SMITH, S.J. German: MR. TRABOLD, S.J. Chemistry: MR. MILLER Religion: FR. MEAGHER, S.J. Edward White

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John Bligh

Thomas Brady

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Treasurer: BOB ANDERSON

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Secretary: TOM NAPLES

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William Connolly

Robert Christie

Kenneth Devins

Thomas Corlett

Richard Crisonino

John Domalewski

Philip Catanzaro

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Robert Henion

Thomas Dunn

Edward Fitzpatrick

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Robert Morahan

Robert Lahue

John Murphy

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John Strube

Thomas Timperman

Thomas Ochab

Joseph Paradin

Joseph Suruda

James Tierney

Thomas Naples

Philip Ufholz

Latin: MR. LANE English: MR. McKENNA, S.J. History: MR. KENNEDY Math: FR. PERSICH, S.J. German: MR. LEVINE Chemistry: MR. LUCiANI Religion: FR. JASCHKO, S.J. 145

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Wilfred Busby

Martin Conlon

Vincent Corcoran

Thomas Damato

Robert DeGroot

Ronald DeMiglio

President: JIM O’CONNOR Vice-President: MARTY CONLON Treasurer: NORM LOMBINO Secretary: KEN JENNINGS Jan Egan

Frank Fischl

John Franco

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Kevin Hilliard

Kenneth Jennings

Peter Kornutick

Robert Kuklinski

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Raymond Polakoski

James Regan

John Rossi

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Jeffrey Tabor

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Thomas Wiscarz

Harold Smith

William Stefko


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Walter Covello

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Frank Murphy

Lincoln Manzi

John O’Keefe

Jon Jacobson

William Nagel

Gerald Murphy

Joseph Pilla

Eugene Paolino

Mario Lucchese

Edward Kealy

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Latin, Greek: MR. LANE English: MR. McKENNA, S.J. History: MR. KENNEDY Math: MR. PACELLI French, Religion: FR. JASCHKO, S.J. Robert Ribaudo

John Sullivan

Joseph White

George Witterschein

Kenneth Zienkiewicz

Walter Zubrycki

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Philip Frezzo

John Caravello

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Thomas Chromey

Robert Hurley

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Kenneth Koserowski

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Albert McCormick

John Myers

Gregory Meehan

John Palmer

James Moriarty

Thomas Quackenbush

James Seaman

Peter Sekel Cullen Smith

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William Strichek

Latin: MR. McKENNA, S.J. English: MR. AZZARTO, S.J. History: MR. GRAY Math: MR. PACELLI German: MR. LEVINE Religion: FR. SMITH, S.J. William Torpey

Joseph Urbanovich

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Kevin Callahan

Joseph Corpina

Christopher Corns

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President: PASQUALE LANNI Vice-President: BOB VIGNONE Treasurer: MIKE LENNON Secretary: KEVIN CALLAHAN

David Egan

Joseph Kemprowski

James Heubel

Richard Krasuski

Mark Geiss

Joseph Henderson

Pasquale Lanni

Michael Lennon

Timothy Murphy

Robert Noll

Edward Lambro

W alter Jennings

David McHeffey

William Mangiapane

Thomas Fitzpatrick

John McMahon

David McClave

John Moore

Andre Oleniak

Timothy O’Connor

It better work; I can’t jug it. Steven Pandolfo

Arnold Sansevere

Donold Santora

Anthony Salemi

Latin, English: MR. AZZARTO, S.J. History: MR. GRAY Math: MR. McGUINNESS French: MR. O’SULLIVAN Religion: FR. MURRAY, S.J. Dana Sullivan

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John Camevale

Vincent Catanzaro

John Cleary

Thomas Crowley

Joseph Cullum

Joseph DePalma

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Raymond Grzybowski

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Wayne Hoffman

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Alfred Huziarski

James Kocot

Wayne Nystrom

George Podolak

Terrance LaTerra

Gene Messner

Dominic Pisano

Ronald Pochis

Michael Rogers

John Scher

Latin, English: MR. VALENTINO, S.J. History: MR. GRAY Math: MR. McGUINNESS German: MR. LEVINE Chemistry: MR. MILLER Religion: FR. SMITH, S.J. James Supple

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SENIOR and JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES Tom Street, 4-C; Jim Sut­ cliffe, 4-F; Howie Bell, 4-A; Bob Hill, 4-G; Joe Burke, Council President; Jim Camp­ bell, 4-H; Tom Kelly, 4-B; Bill Morelli, 4-E; Jack Mur­ phy, 3-B; Pat Lanni, 3-F; Emil Grancagnolo, 3-E; Jim O’Connor, 3-G; and Jack Cleary, 3-G.

After an initial period of adjust­ ment, the Student Council began to function as an efficient representative body. However, the gains made by the Council did not come easily. Un­ der the capable guidance of Fr. Leo Daly, S.J., and through the hard work of President Joe Burke, the Executive Committee, and the members of the Student Council, many of the needed and desired changes were secured. The Council sponsored excursions to New York and afforded Prep students with the cultural opportunity of view­ ing many Broadway plays and movies. Buses were also hired to take Prepsters to some of the less conveniently ac­ cessible basketball games. But the most significant accomplishment of the Council was the institution of the Executive Committee, organized to solve .many of the problems which arise during the school year. A new constitution was drawn up to realize a more effective Student Council.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Sitting: Jim Kocot, Joe Burke, and Jim O’Connor. Standing: Joe White, Jack Cleary, Bill McCahill, and Emil Grancagnolo.

SOPHOMORE and FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES George Smith, 2-F; Ed Garvey, 2-H; Vince Arecchi, 2-B; Frank Vaccarino, 2-A; Jim Hollywood, 2-E; Tom De Luca, 2-G; Ed Milne, 1-C; Jim Burke, 1-D; Pete Regenye, 1-A; Bob Lembo, 1-B; Don Badger, 1-F; and Paul Peeoraro, 1-E.

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Sitting: Tony Suruda, Pat Gallagher, George Duva, Jim O’Connor, Bill Reuter. Standing: Mike Ippolito, John Caravello, Chris Marvinny, Bill Mangan, Joe DePalma, Joe Suruda, John Sullivan, Mr. Azzarto, S.J.; Bob Ford, Tom Jones, Bill McCahill, chairman. On Ladder Top to Bottom: John Piazza, Phil Campanella.

Under the guidance of Mr. Valentino, S.J., the Dance Committee has flourished into one of the more popular activities at Prep. The Committee is composed of 40 members whose creativity is responsible for the varying atmosphere artificially created at Prep dances.

Rudy Morro, Disc Jockey for the Bunny Bounce.

X wonder when we’ll get our Latin tests back? What boys?

Cut out the funny stuff or else you’ve blown your last balloonl

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Front Row: Monahan, Suruda, Fitzpatrick, Daurio, Kane, Truskowski. Second R ow Mercun, Finnegan, Leane, Dailey, Cleary, Newell. Back Row: Hochstein, Supple Hurley, Morahan, Ryan, Crowley, Finn, Cangelosi, Myers, Fallon.

This year saw the innovation of football in the intra­ mural program. A plank in the platform of President Joe Burke, touch football became a popular and highly suc­ cessful part of the program. Mr. Halligan’s program again included basketball and volleyball as well as the annual three man basketball tournament. The intramural council also supervised the spring track meet. The intramural program affords the type of com­ petition necessary to maintain class spirit just as the intermural program helps to maintain school spirit. Officers: Pete Malatesta, John Foley, Tim Naples, Bemie Sypniewski, Buddy Marra.

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Mike Marotta, President; Jim Egan.

Sitting: Walter Kowbasniuk. Standing: Ray Polakoski, Ed White.

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The Camera Club, affords the Prep student an op足 portunity to learn the art of photography, as well as the basic principles of printing and photochemistry. By supplying the Prep newspaper and literary review with pictures of athletic contests and social events, the Camera Club performs an invaluable service to Prep.

Ed Swanson, Pete Humen, John Domalewski.


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Mr. Suruda, S.J., Moderator; Bill Stanton, Editor-in-Chief.

The PETROC, limited to only eight issues a year, works within very definite boundaries. Under the guidance of its new moderator, Mr. Suruda, S.J., it has maintained and im­ proved a crisp writing style and creative photography. Last year the New Jersey Scholastic Press Association rated the PETROC all state and gave it first place ratings in editorial and human interest fields. This year the PETROC’S feature articles centered mainly

on social problems and possible solutions. Thus, it not only widened its range of coverage but also made high school students aware of pertinent, modern day problems. The editorial column appeared more frequently, rousing student interest. But the PETROC remains most important to itself, the students who care enough to work and learn and write.

John Ambrose, Art Editor; Jim Finn, Sports Editor; Jack Ferreri, Feature Edi­ tor; Kaz Hercold, News Editor,' not pictured.

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Sitting: Mrs. Thomas Torpey, Chairlady of Food Fair Merchants’ Green Stamps'Drive; Rev. A. W. Meagher, S.J., Moderator; Mrs. Joseph Wajszczuk, President. Standing: Mrs. William Grzelak, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Patrick Scura, Treasurer; Mrs. Thomas Brady, Vice-President; Mrs. Alexander Berberich, Corresponding Secretary.

The Mother’s Club, now in its 25th year, has served the Prep long and well. Besides greatly contributing to the financial as­ sets of Prep, the club, under the direction of Fr. Meagher, S.J., aims at fostering a closer parentteacher relationship. The annual Mother’s Club Card Party is a big date on the Prep calendar of social events.

t Foods Representative; Mrs. Caravello; Fr. Meagher, S.J.; Mrs. Elliot, a Food Fair jitative; Mrs. Torpey; and Mr. Berger, another Food Fair Representative.


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The Mother’s Club, now in its 25th year, has served the Prep long and well. Besides greatly contributing to the financial as­ sets of Prep, the club, under the direction of Fr. Meagher, S.J., aims at fostering a closer parentteacher relationship. The annual Mother’s Club Card Party is a big date on the Prep calendar of social events.

The Best Foods Representative; Mrs. Caravello; Fr. Meagher, S.J.; Mrs. Elliot, a Food Fair Representative; Mrs. Torpey; and Mr. Berger, another Food Fair Representative.

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MARCH 30 Queen of Peace—Dual APRIL 4 7 8 9 11 13 15 17-18 18 19 20 23 24-25 27 29

N.J.C.H.S.T.C.—Development Second Annual Intramural Championship St. Mary’s H.S.—Dual Second Annual Intramural Championship Seton Hall University S.S.C. Meet St. Michael’s H .S.-Dual Ferris H.S.—Dual Queens-Iona Relays N. J. Assoc. U.S.T.F.F. Relays All Hallows Games Bayonne H.S.—Dual Delbarton H .S.-Dual University of Pennsylvania Relay Carnival Union Hill H .S.-Dual St. Mary's H.S.-Dual

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Queen of Peace H.S.—Dual Newark Invitational N.J.C.H.S.T.C. Relays 6 Ferris H.S.—Dual 7 N.J.C.H.S.T.C. Frosh-Soph Championship 9 Mt. St. Michael Meet Long Branch Relays 11-13 Jersey City Championship 16 Englewood Invitational 26 St. Luke’s and St. Mary’s H.S. 30 N.J.C.H.S.T.C. Championship

JUNE 6 N.J.S.I.A.A. Championship 13 N. J. Assoc. U.S.T.F.F. All Star Meet L eft: Garry Schreck Right: Jim Pilla 164


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Front Row: Ray Greene, Brian McGavin, Tom- Dwyer, Ed L a r k i n J o h n Bonavita Dick Dietz. Second Row: Bill Tenuto, Jim Pilla, Joe Peisecki, Jim Dauno, Ernest F i e l d , Mike Polcan. Third Row: Bill Vanderputten, Walt Zubrycki, Vin Arecchi Frank Vaccanno, Gary Schreck, John Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe, Dan Osnato. Back Row: Ken Koserowski, John ^ ss i, Dennis Cantoli, John Dougherty, John Murphy, Paul Miller, Glenn Williams, Carl Menk, Vic Blue, Clifford Jacobson, Mr. Roedell, coach. John Murphy 165


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Front Row: Bill Cochran, Coach; Kevin Rooney, Jim DeCicco, Tim Hawkes, Don Soriero, Joe Henderson, Joe Urbanovich, John King, Bill Rankin, Mike Tornambe, Tom Corlett, Pete Sack, Mike Gravino, Manager. Back Row: Bill Skorupski, Joe Nardini, Jack Ferreri, Tom DeAngelis, Bill Curran, Bob Hill, Pat Fallon.


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The Saddle and Bridle Club, meeting Friday afternoons in the spring and autumn, offers our students the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of horseback riding. With Fr. Jaschko, S.J., in command, St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cavalry contingent rides far and wide over the hills near the Clove Lake Stables every week. Combining their riding skill with their love for the sport, and mixing in a dash of adventures, the boys are a group of sore but happy Prepsters.

Tom Jordan, Phil Ufholz, Frank Monterisi, Allan Wickersty, Mark Sul­ livan, Tom Kelly.

Chris Marvinny, Terrance La Terra, Brian Mann, John Franco, Kevin Green.

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Richie Graddock becomes Student Council President and promises better food in the cafeteria . . . Freshmen are forced to defend their Senior Room from the piethrowing Seniors . . . As first year men, we are enthralled with Prep (for the first week) . . .J o e Burke begins his political career by being elected class president . . . The dog almost clears the fence, amidst the roars of cheering Freshmen . . . A tire is found on the fourth floor . . . You mean dance with them? But they’re girls! . . . We study a lot but don’t have any fun . . . The only “wheels” we are sorry about are the Ferris Wheels . . . The new food in our school causes appetites to droop . . . We get a new church . . . Mr. Flek inspires awe among us . . . Fr. Barry scares the stitches out of high cuffs . . .

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Denny Barrett becomes Student Council President and promises better food in the cafeteria . . . Mr. Miller tells chemists that a student without a stomach is better than one without a head . . . Petroc triumphs through its own inimitable style of writing . . . Fr. Snyder turns jug room into sewing class; term matter—lower cuffs . . . The Prep basketball team rises to new heights with a few of its own . . . Mr. Kelly leaves and takes his “Rising Sun” with him . . . Tuna fish and ham sandwiches are hoarded in lockers as the word spreads that the delicatessen will soon be destroyed . .' . Mr. McGrath flies the halls for the last time: Look out, Fiji Islands, the batman cometh . . . Whale on Wheels a tremendous success; almost 8 girls come . . . A new teacher comes and finds one of his students deaf and dumb . . .

PETREAN ’63


Jack O’Dea becomes Student Council President, and promises better food in the cafeteria . . . M ad Scientist rivals Petroc for lowest Prep publication . . . The Gregory Project begins again . . . The old Chamber of Commerce building crumbles as wreckers prove more interesting than Mr. Bolanos’s parsing of the verb “esse” . . . Five Sophomores viciously attack a car and truck and receive injuries ranging from bent fingernails to a fractured pelvis . . . Mission Drive begins, milk sales drop and Mr. Kennedy buys a new car . . . 2-F is forced to learn Latin when Fr. Browne substitutes for two months . . . 2-F has sudden rise in class casualties . . .

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Mr. Denis Woods, S,J., Scholastic at Prep 1960-1963.

Fr. Joseph Browne, S.J., Principal 1961 t1963.

Mr. John Lee, Math teacher at Prep 1958-1963. Mr. William Hanlon, Math teacher at Prep 1959-1963.


M r. Joseph Sherry, S.J., Scholastic at Prep 1960-1963.

Mr. Patrick Kelly, History teacher at Prep 1961-1963.


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| Louis Jt ■Calvi ■ 178 Shaler Avenue, F;iirvie\v Sodality 1, Honoi Pin 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. '

Anthony J . Calabrese i , 917 Qro.ss Avenue, Elizabeth Student Council •4; Honor. Pin 1; Band !, 2, 3, 4, Piesident 4. - -

Frank N« Cangelosi 89-'M,cAd©0 Avenue, Jersey City League Leaders 4; Ii"iv Pm 2, S‘ Class Officer'1, Dance Committee, 3, 4, lnhamurals‘3, 4, Band 1 I1'. 3, 4.


IB erin m J k (^ u n t o li * 225 Ottawa. Avemie. * ; Hasbrooek Heights Honor £ ia 2, Basketball Mandgeii

3, 4; track

4, GjPWreys Club 4

Louis J. Casazza ■ 910 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken t 'Sodality i , 2; Honor Pitt 3;' I'rewdj •4»i(lemy 4; Camera Club 4: :

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Janies K. Colligan 195 Washington Avenue- Clifton . ! French Academy 4; Library Club 3; Chess Club 3; Art Club 2. 4.

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George W. Chalmers

. 1311 Randolph Aveiine,' ■: 'Jersey City Sodality 1 Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; -Science Academy 2, 3; Radio Club I, Camera Club 3. ■

Robert S. Cheloc

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70 Fairview Aycmie. Jersey City I Sodality 3, 4 league Leaders 2, Honor Pin 1, 2, 3, Religion AJfedaJ 1; PetreaiV 3,' £

John J . Comcowich 320 Seventh Street,-Union City Stxkhty U S 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4- - League* Leaders 1, -2;' 3„ 4; Honor Pm 1, 2, 3'


. 4$ We&'49fh 4tiS*il' Bayonne : H (» w^'PSirJ& %i 3;' ^PfetreawlB.1.4| Sci&ftee 'Academy 4. * V

' '■ Joseph A, Czechotvski *203 Waslajigtqij-SfreelJ •j:; *' ' • 'Jersey City , Sociality |s Jlohor Pm l, Class 0£ & e r %;■Spim ce Acacfemy 4 ;, Wwefit \t iJ3 *5^**1

Philip

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- '73; ^ « st 4Si8i^Street Bayonne v*{ H onorH nii; ^:I3rI^t^4s'.S,-35|f| Photography Kdilw -I; Baclto ;C,1«J>

4; Baclip CHila 1, 2,.. Gymhast-icS'


Britih M. Davis 2672 Kennedy Boulevard; | Jersey City' : Hoftdi' Fin 2; Science Club 3, 4

M ichael JT. D’A m ore 409 Filth Street, Union £ ity

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Honor.Fin 1, 2 ,3;..Excellence:Meclal '2, 3;' Religifjo Medal- S^'Siieijee Acadeitiy 3, 4- Bowling- 2; ;3/ ^ Track 2; Cerrrian: Club 4 :

' Paut M. m i y ‘ klvingsfon: HonftrPin I,- 2, 3.

T-: '■?;'George [Ej. Datis


Jam es R . Davis Frfrtifch Academy .4;" Swimming 1; Basket ball Manager .2,. 3. 4: CiwrceoSt < M ) 3 . V.I;,'v; ••

William / , -Devlin 'pKpKSBiaarAvenue, Carteret.■■ French Academy -English; Acad' 'S®x'4; BftsMetball Maijagei'^2,. 3.".

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R obert J . Diesner 755 treaknoss Avenue, Wayne Sodality 1; Frent'll Academy 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4:.


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■40f Bofilaein Avenue*? J orsey City Sodality 1, S/3; Ee^W&£ea<Jefs ,4 Inscape 4: j":

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Robert J . Doyle

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17'Easf JBidwelt Avenue, Jer-sey City Class Officer 3, 4, Petioc 3, Scicnce Academy 4; Dane*-. ■Committee 3, Weightlifting 3; ^Bowling 2; 'Foot­ ball 1, 3

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James M. Dunn 320 Fairmount Avenue, Jersey City Sodality J : Honor Pin J. 2, :>; Bowl­ ing Club L 2.; .

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Thomas J. Dougherty 68 W est 52nd Street, Bayonne.

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James J . Eagen % 861 Winyah Avenue, Westfield Sodality 1,2,.: 4; Oratory I; Saddle and Bridle Club 2, 3. 4; Camera Club 3; 4; Art Club 1.

Harold J . Dwyer

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George J . Duva I

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4601 Libei ty Avenue, Noith Bergen Honor Pin-1; Prom Committee 4.

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59 Washburn Stieet, Jersey City Honor Pin B 3, ClaSs Officer 3, 4; 111| Dance Committee’: 4.

James J . Egan 2684 Kennedy Boulevard, Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin Sj'Intrain c ^ B jiS fe

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iMi&rence J . Finnegan 30 East 15th Street,>Bayonne^ |League Leaders 3; Class Offiecr 3^ 'Intramiirals'- ^; WeigMifthiff .3 j: Football I, 2, 3, 4 : I


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Robert A Frezzo 1500' Central Avenue, Union City.'' Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2. -

John W. Foley 155 West Eightk Street Bayonne Intramtirnls 4; Library Clnb-2, 3. '

11 Robert E l'fiord, Jr. t 136 Wegman Parkway, Jersey City Dance Committee 3, 4; Football 3.

Robert J. Galbraith 450 Hartune Drive, ,|el!sey City Honor Pin .3;J3olf 3.


- P a ir i c k j .G allagher '. 153 Eftst tiJnrsoln A'v6n«c;r: |^Roselle Psirk 5>;'4;j S111dent Cou nci 1 ;-3J4^gure ^Leaders, •£;2»J ywSi;Hooqjp Big|ij::2, 3*;. Eicceliejifcik Medal '?; 3; Class .officer 1; Keligirtil MtVtJal 2,-3; Debating Sooety^] ( 2;■* Or-#ttrV: '1 j FbO-0al|i^0J;Pfetreaj3 -^/.(Sibrriise ttiv 4*

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■| Joseph M. .Geary | ' 17^ F aff view Avenue, Jersey City"

Sodality 1,'2;: L earie ::Lead<is 1,. & Science -Aeaderny Intraitiitok;2. 3; Radio ,Glal> ;Iy-Chess"Ghib 3, 4

EdMUiid P. Gloriande 11*. *fclnjii*‘» "\ i* riftv

Student Coun ci 1 1; Cfess Officer 1 Intramurals .4; ifoofball 1.

Silverius F. Galvan ' ; ■ BergeiiSeld Sodality 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3: I?i-

scap ei Club 2.-'

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Michael J . Gravino §§ 28 Buffalo Avenue, Paterson Sodality 1; Honor Pin J; Classical Academy 4; Baseball 3,4. . .

Robert G. Graham, 127 Cottage Street, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 3; Sodality 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4.

- ■-? Daryl fl.tGottilla • ‘ * x , ■52 12th Street, Hoboken. League Leaders 4, Honor Pin 11 Weightlifting 1, 4, Football 2, 3, 4.

Glenn A. Grieco '■ j ■ 162 Broadway, Bayonne -, Hanoi; Pin 1. Class Officer 2. 3, Weightlifting 4- Football 1 2> 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4.

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Jdtnes A, Guardino

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120f #Qth Street, Isforth Bergen pramafi& 2, .3, Saddle “ arid Bridle; Club 2, ;3; Library' Club 2, 3,14' Chess Club 2, -3. Hi Camera Club 1 gjfS P ;: 111

James II. Ilaemmerle 911 Columbia Avenue, North Boigen | League I .eider 3: Honor Pin' •£- 2, ;3; Petre'aii 3, 4, 'U11derelassmen pdiJor',^i §|ience Academy 4.

Andrew J , GU&Q 3350 ‘Kennedy Boulevard;* •; Jees6y City il. H ill

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Alexander Gu&mski

Honor Pin; Tntrannirajs <2;', Basketball; IL- ■


Kevin M. Hanbury •84 Sherman Place, jersey City Sodality ], 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1. 2, 4; Honor Pin ], 3: Class Officer 2; Petrears 3, 4, Faculty Editor 4; Dance Committee 3; Prom (Com­ mittee 4; Library Club 2; German Club 4.

!»• Robert J . Haley |I ,. 321 Baldwin Avenue, Jersey City . Sodality, 1: Freiioh Academy 3. 4; Dance Committee 3; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3,/.4; Basketball 2, 3.

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John D. Mall

■?7 Bavview Avenue, Jersey ('ity Ercncli Academy 4; English Acad­ emy 4; Chess C’iub 2, 3. 4;'Camera Club ;4 .. •

Stephen

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Hansen

117 47th Stieet L[mon City Sodab'tv 1, 1 3, 4, League Leaders 1 2 3,- 4; Art Club 1, Gerniai)


William My Hayevy .W-ade Street>;Jersey Gi,ty 1 Honor Pin! 1, 2; 3; Petrean 3/4.

^ J ohn J .

nennesey

601 79th Street; N'fifth Bergen /: Sodality: 1; Feagntr s Leaders - 2 ; "■Honor Pin 1; ExeeIlc;ne.ei.Mf^t 1;Keligion: Medal 1; Track-]/2; 3.; '

»: Kazimierz J. Herchold |j 9216 Newkirk Avehuex 1^■iNwtk'-'Ber^')Sodality 1, 2, Honor Pin 1, 2, 3, Excellence Medal 1, Class Offices.; 1. 2; 3. 4 Debating Society 2, 4;; Oratory 1/2, 3, .4; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Petroe 1, 2., 3, 4, News' Editor 4; Ac&feiny 4; •Swiminirig: 3. ■

Edm und H. Helntinski ■Student* Council 4: Honoi Pin. 2,:3V Class Officer 2, 4', Petroc 4; Inscap.e 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; Dance Cpnmiitte.e,’ 3, ••4 ; ; Prom Committee 4; . Art


Robert M. Hill 428 Fiiinnount Avemie, Jersey City Student Council 2, I: League Lead|er$ 4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom ~(Committee 4: Gymnastics 2; 3, 4; Football I: Baseball 3, 4; Basket­ ball 1.

David A. Heskirt 142 Lincoln Avenue, Elizabeth J| Sodality r 2, League Leadeis 2, Honor Pin I 2,3, Exccllence Medal 1; Pctrean 3, j4,: Managing Editor 4; Chess Club 2, -. :: ,'

j§ P * if P tiu l J . 'M etin g: f > 645 37th Street, Union City Honor Pin 1; 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 4; Dance Committee 4; Weightlifting 3.

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Keith J . Hoehstein

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|, 911 73rd Street. North Bergen' 'Sodalitv Honor Pin 2; Class Offi.ccr 2, 3, 4; Intrarnnrals-3> 4; Fpot' frail 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;

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K enneth J * floebel *256 Congress. Street,’ Jersey City, j HOn'&r Pin ^ !3;E£^ellCTce:;M€dal: |gj ReEgion Saddleand. f

Jo h n R. Iicanski 80 Beckwith Place, Kutheifoid Honor Pin J , Basketball* Manager 3; 4.' : ■, : g £

Edward :H, Hynesri . 331- Maywood ,\vc")i£nf Ma\W($0<t.: Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal I; PJaSS Officer i; D.ebafiijg Scxjicty; 2; Pcftroe 3; Classical Aoado«w .4.

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JohnFvHollmgswortU Christie &e.ety.I»6pnia::;

2, 3:. Art Cltib 1.


Denis S. Johnson 49A Sherman Placo, Jersey City Class Officer 2; Dramatics 1, 2, 3; Pctroe:3, 4; Inseape 3, 4; English Academy 4; Science Academy 4; Dance Committee »T, 2'f Weight? lifting 1, 3; Art Club U-2; 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4.

Basil Iwanyk 364 CpJivmunipaw Avenue, ' Jersey City •League Loaders 1vLibrary Club 2 , 3; Band 1, 2, 3, A-, Weightlifting 3 ■Football 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4 Art Club 1.

|1 § Louis E. Jakiib 138 Hillside Road, Klizabeth Honor Pin 1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1: Track 4; German Club 4.,

s ' Robert *W. Jung

24 Spruce? Street, Fairvicw Petroc ■1, 2: Weightlifting 3; Art Club 1, 3; French Club .4.

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Gerard G. Kahle S2.Newkuk Street, Jersey Citv Sodality l. -S, 2> Debating Sodety 2; Radio Club 2; Saddle and Bridle Club 3.

Thomas V. Keating

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7& Hjarmori Place, Jersey; City < French Aoadomv 4; Bowlifig 1;, Art Club 1..; I

Donald E. Kelly 465 Shaler Boulevard, Ridgefield' Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; l.cague Leaders 2,; 4; Honor.Pin 1. 2. 3; Excellence Medal 1. .

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Jo h n J Kane ' 1 : ^Pan^ i ■S'ecaucjj |* ■ Honor Pin ;li 2. 3; Class Officer -2; ligfi J&Vin&a Club 4-. ?*;

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William F. Kelly 23 Barker Road, Somerset Science Academy 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Saddle and Bridle Club 1, 3, 4.

Thomas J . Kelly 94 West Fifth Street, Bayonne I..eagile 1.eaders 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin J, 3; Excellence Medal 3; Dance Committee 3, 4; Prom Coinmittoe 4; Weightlifting 3. }

Thomas F . Kelly 284 Fulton Avenue, Jersey City Student Council 4: Honor Pin 1, 2, â&#x20AC;˘3; Class Officer 3; Intrarnurals 2,.3, '4, Swimming 2, 3, 4; Track 2. ||

Thomas G. Kerrigan 34 Highland Avenue; Jersey City or Pin 1; Track 1,

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John

J.

Keselica

■ 75 W®st. 56fli' Street, .8jty^BR§£r 3;Exceflenee' .14 Petrf)G '2, '3: 4; §.Clussifal Academy 4; BasketIw ltii--;

'Peter J . Koch ■ 324 East 30th Street, Paterson Sodality 2,- 3; - Honor. Pin:J:„2, 3; Excellence Medal'Sj-Religion Medal 3; Gymnasties 3; 4; Track 4. '

Howard H* Knapp

-IT'S O rienit -A ven u e./Jersey -G ity .

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Hoiior Pin 9, 4; Bdwling 1, Sir: 3, 4; Fbolisall. i r Art Clitb 1;.

Stant&y M. Kielbowicz

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93 Kensington Avenue. .CliffOri H"Tn>r fin 1. 2. 3; bel'uitu'ii Society 2/Dramatics ■•. 4; Library Club b 2;- Art Club 2,


Robert P. Krychkowski 5 Crescent Avenue, Jersey City League Leaders 1; Weightlifting 3; Gymnastics 1, 2: Track 3.

Walter Kowbasniuk ' 1 Clinton Avenue, Jersey City 'Library Club” 2, Camera Club 1

Richard E . Kristensen 121 West 38th Street, Bayonne Sodality S League Leaders 1, : Honor Pin I ,. 2, 3; Class Officer I Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; Dance Com­ mittee 2 3, 4, Piom Committee, Chairman 4, Libiaiy Club 2, Swim­ ming 1, 2, 3, 4; Cameja Club 1, 2; Rally' Committee 4. ‘

P^ter F. Kulkosky 05 Tappan Street, Kearny . I League Leader 1, 2 Honor Pin 1, 2 Scitsnce Academv 3 4* Cliess Club 1 Art Club 1.

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■ Churles H. Kuzminski 721'Gaffiold A.venue». Jj^ e y -Gity Sodality 1;'- League; ^Leaders ' 1

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jSSi' East Glen AveiS'iis* ;Ridgev?Qp|l' Sod&Jityi I: ; Dramatics: .4; Frericli Acadeniy'4-rWeigEtlifting3.' - f

Frederick J . ’taU 17 Stegman Tempe^ Jersey City, Hoijoj* Pin 1, '2, 3-' Class Officer 4; IntrainnfaLs 4. ■

- Kenneth J . Lf{(iny ? ’ ,2$3 Awnu'ij A, Bayonne Hoiiut Pm 1 «> 3.


John J . Lesko ; 218 Hamilton •Avenue, Clifton Honor l’in 1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4

James T. Leman | 239 Fowler|Avenue, Jersey City S Class Officer 2, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, ' 4; Weightlifting 3. ;,

Edward J . Legotcski i 243 Henderson Street, jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Bowling 1, 2. 3;, 4 ..

p Lewis 144 Hutton Stieot, Jersey City: ■Class Officer §p| intramural. 4; \Vrightliftmg 3; Football I, 2, o, 4; Edward

Art' Club"t.;-Track I, 3, 4.


Robetf -fL Mndmy

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:; ersey'CJHy: Class Officer. 4; Tntj'lifftJtrals 4; Fpot;hall 1, i ; Track L :

John M. Lynch-

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'. 70 Linden Aveiiu<^;N|etucI}eix '• FfonorPiii IVPetroc2,3; Basketball B l l

37i i r'S^mroiSS; Club f4c £■

John

N.

LoBua

11®sr||rEe|^i'0' Cit|j~ Sociality L - 2 , '4 4;. League Leaders I,' 2»-. 3 , 1 ; Hopor Pm 1j 2,.-3;\Exeelstetce: M:e4SI:]y^V^;r:Sef

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Peter J . Malatesla

92 Hudson Avenue, Ridgefield Park Petroc 4; Intramurals 2,. 3, J 4} Weightlifting 3, 4.

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Gerard V. Madaio

■" 77A Roosevelt Avenue, Jersey City Sodality i l 2, 3, 4; League Leaders £ 4, Honox Pin ' S; Religion Medal 3; -Dance Committee 4; Library | Club'2 ,3, 4.

David R. Made}

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241 Hendeisort Street, Jeisoy Citv Honor Pin J, 2, 3; Petroc 2, 3, 4, Classical Acadomy 4; Bookstore 3; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Camera Club f

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Joseph T- Mark

98 ileser.v6ir Avenue, Jersey City Sodality L'2, 3 ,1 Honor Pin 1, 2, |4 ExeflTeriee Medal gf Religion Medal 3. Inscapc 4, Intiamuials 3 Camera Club 4:. Ccrman.Club 4.


Michael P. Marotta 4A’ Dwight Street, Jersey. City Honor. Pin 1; Pefroe 4;, Weig-htlifoiii|^ 1;- Camera Club 1, ‘2,"3; 4; Art

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Michael R. Mifrrelia : \ B9'FajrSiew Avew^" Sodality 1, 2; 8, 4; Hoftor Pin-1, 2; 3; Dramatics. 4; Petroe 1. 2;;Daaee; Comtjiittee 4: Camera Gtiib- 3.'••>..

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Alfred j . Marshello }■■

235 Ege Avenue; Jcysey City’ ;*■ Sodality 1/3," 3, 4; Honor 'Pin.' I; Dance; Cornniifteet -ij Weightlifting .'l;\Ghg$j;CiuB 3>/Golf 4. ' '

Johrt V; Matm

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242 Ogden Avenue, Jersey City . ' Prom Committee :4; :lhti'irmirals,’& 4.;- Band 2. 8'>'1


Fred J . Maryanski .76 West 54tlr Street, Bayonne Honor Pin 1. 2, 3; English Academy 4; Dance Committee 3, '4; Foot足 ball 1. '

Christopher B. Marvinny 175 Columbia Avenue* Jersey City . Sodality ! 1; League Leaders Dance Cprnmittee 2, 4; fiadio Clnb 1; Saddle and Bridle Club 1, -2, :3; 4;. Camera Club 2.

Charles P. Martoulis I 616 Monroe Avenye'j Elizabeth {jodalify 1, 2, 3; League Leaders ,1, | lp $ Library. Club'L 2; Band 1 ,2 ,'

James D. Matthews 125 Van Wageneri A\ emic,

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Soxtality lr Honor Pm 1, % 3 f Fieneh Academy '3, 4, Camera Club |


W m w m G l McCahill •;\fK^'Jk»itiY Edgwwe; Drive,' ; * < West ^H^rifeurst. Student Ctmnc;! 2, 3 f 4; Honor: Pin i, 2 ; 3* Class Officer 1 ,2 , 3 , 4} English,„-A<}ad«T)y *3,.'4; I)ance Comraiftee 3, 4., Pram Committee 4> Weightlifting" 1, Gymnastics: - 1; Football 2.' 3,' 4: TiackS.- '*

John W i MpG&tiugh v 2ii2.Bidwi;ll Avenue, Jer*ej{ City . Student| Council 3;. Honor Pin 2; Qass‘ b ffic e ri,3 ; Footballl:, Base-; ball I §g 3, ,4;: Track P ;'

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David Ri MeCottvUte

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; 179 M m on t Aj^enue,;JerseyCrty ] Student Council 3; League Leaders

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: :Brian .J. McCarthy :■ Lcagu?.'Le|»ders .jjefojdr ~P1ii «jfc& 3; OMcer Fobtball. 3, 4j ^Biwketball :1 ; 2 ; Tennis X: 2 , 3, 4 <:.

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Joseph M. McManus '321 Leinbeek Avenue, Jersey City | Student Council 1; I <eague Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1.

*•' - Paul

J. McGovern

/ 83 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City Student Council 2: ITouor Pin 2, 3; ('lass Officer 2; Weightlifting 3; Football :L 2, 4, German Club 4.

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Laurence M. MeHeffey

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324 Hiilcrest Road, Ridgewood I . Honor Pin l v 2,-3-;. Class Officer 1, 2; Gymnastics 2^ Football I, 4j Track 1, 2, 3, 4,

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Vincent P. McTighe. Jr. 252 Lakeview Avenue, Clrfton LeagtKj Leaders 2,; .3; 1 4;' Dra­ matics 4.

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Frank V. Merlo -SSFrmce Sti eet-Eliza.betfifelasS Officer. 4: W^ghtlifrtHg 3,

; - R o m d d : J i M U h^ tbew sky z ' 130 West Niltli Sh£et, Bayonne Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1; Basketball

Thomas W. MHkoicski ' ;' 367']^S!ijaj;d: pffif6®, Bidgeifield {^|iOTrP& ;|;:^:^;: ExceHence Metj-v s&»2.,;.§$ vBcIigian \iedal S; German 0 t i b ’4f~&Bv.ajiced Placement Eng-; lisX; .4; 5?||iRife,f . 4; Pyoin •;Gh&S':;.'Quby3 i.; At&l c ja b l. - 1

John F. MescM


Harold F. Moore 148 Sycamore l\oad, Jersey City Hoiior Pin 1 2; Classical Academy 4; Football ], 2.

R obert C. Mintel ■1306 Central Avenut?, Union City Honor Pin 1, 2, Class- Officer 4; Football 3.

Joh n P. Miller '■ .

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529' 41st Stiect, Union City Honor Pin 1; Camera Club 2.

William J . Morelli 259 Baldwin Aveinie, Jersey City Student Council 1, 3, 4; Class Of­ ficer 1, 3, 4, Petioc 2 , 3, 4, Booistoie 3, Art Club 1 , 2 , 3, 4

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William € , Morten$oTt, Jr. ; - 165 Wildwood : |'ETpp<?T MOfttbiaJr Student Counc il •IJ 2 j'S; Cl<w§;OHieer i , 2 x^ ln scap e. 4; W^giitIiftiiiE:l;.Sw}!i?ifiiin|' 3« IS S f f l g K ? # # K l d c * 3 c « iq f

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Edward J . Mottet$he(id i

, 1235 -Bl(K>mfieid Street, Hebrtken Sodality-1; Intrdiwurals -J; '2 , 4.;;

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Harry/. J . Mosciitello

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Steven R. Murphy 3 v532 36tli Street, Union City Hoiior Pin 1, 2, 3.

Joh n J . Murgolo 312 Sip Avenue, Jersey City Sodality I; League Leaders : 4; Honor Pin 1; Dramatics 4; French â&#x20AC;˘Academy 4; Prom Committee-4;. Track 1 , 2 ..

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Jam es M.. Murphy 11j

149 Edgars Street, Wediavvken Petroc 1; German Academy - 4; Bowling 1.

John S. ISapiersfii ' 51 County Avenue. Sc'caucns Honor Pin 1 2,3, Scteftte Acadenn 3, 4. S S i S l i


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Josep h Cy lSapoli

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1111 Palisade Avejitjc; Palwa^Vg 2,<3i '4; LeSgub, Leaders 1, 2; BbiicMPin l,-2t 3; (3ass .Offiepr 2 ,, 3;r Dra^' matics 1 ; Petrean 2/ 3,.‘4; Editpiv iirCKief 4; CHcerleaders % 3^4; Dance: 1 , 2 , '$', 4.: ';:

Jero m e R. Novohilski Honor Pin. 1,4 :3! ]i)«:cllence Mpcjaj '3^C?B4s^.{Q®Rfee^2^ij^eJigip3ni Medail 2;

ThoMas A. O*Boyle ■815 KnQll\¥eod TerUa#; Westfield Honor Pin 1; Class; : Offiefcr' 2;' Scienc!#; Academy 4; Weightlifting.

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Paul E. Newell


John E . O’Connell 400A Fairniount Avenue. Jersey City •" Petroe 2; Dance Committee 4; Intrarnurals 3,' 4: Bowling ; 2; . Art Club 1 .

Roger F . O’Brien | 321 Ridgewood Avenue. ■ ;. Glen llidge. . , * , ■ Honor Pin 2, 3; German Academy 4: ■Swimming 2, S,'4. 11

Gary P. O’B fien '; 6 Egan Court, Bayonne Sodality 1 ; League Leaders-1 , 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 'Excellence Medal 5; Band 1 , 2 , 3, 4.

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Daniel J. O’Connor

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49 Negtune Avenue, Te*'s<?>' §|§| Honor Pm 1, Class Otficei 1 |


11 Stev&ii R. Oleskyi vSlfefet;

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Horier Pin ?i; Art Cluf) 2,- S^E. '

William A, Petro .' ;308 CQrnmupipawj. Ayenae, •g Class Officcr 4; Inscape 2; Art Club § Track %,: .3.: I

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Peter J* Otti&o .

"■. juwti|tjJJ* 1fi'ifvjv -: League Leaders 3; K(hjW Bto 'i;;3

Hubert

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1113 Saj/re R^afi; TIo.joii,' French A<a$«rnjr 4 S Saddle and


Charles

S.; Polak :

20 David Court, Colonia liitadiittralf 3,;4U: •

Jo h n C. Piazza 12600 Palisade Avenue;, Weehawken : Ilondr' Piu 1,. 2;. DraiTHitios -3-,;4; Petrean 3, 4, fpii l)an® ;£oiiiiitittee S/. 4; Gomiioittee % Track 3; Rally Club 1.

George ^ Pirich f . ^island View CtKirt,:Bayounc Honor. Pin' 1,; B"»: Be^P^n* Medal-3* French Academy^; L'eagite lead ­ ers 4. &I 1p HI

■Francis W. Post \ 'S25vRandolph Avenue,: j c p e y ^ y JSpiior-Jiifl; 2; .Gerupif A-ciideiny •I;■Weightlifting o , ' ~


Jeffrey P. Quirk . jaul ^venat*’IfI

| Jersey City | Honoi Pm 1 2, Class Officer p i^ jn u a U ming 2: Coif 3, .4.

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Ronald R. Regan: . 160 Beach StreVit, Jersey City S League'Leaders 4;. Honor Pin 1 , 3;, Dance Committee 3; Radio. Club 1; Weightlifting 1; Football Si Art Club 1, 2; Track 1. 2 , 3/ 4, ~

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H William J. Rankin 356 Princeton Avenue, Jersey City Baseball 3, 4, Football 2 ,,, 3 , 4 ; Basketball 1 ; League Leaders %, 3 14; Honor Pin 1, 3. •


William J . Reuter 235 Bidwell Avenue, Jersey City Class Officer 2, 3; Petroe 3; Cheer足 leaders 3; Dance Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 4: Gymnastics 1. 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4.

Carl A. Restive 3 Webster Avenue,. Jersey City . Honor Pin 1, 2, Class Officer 2, 3; Dramatics Lj 111 mi iur ili " 1>mil | 1, 2, 3,;4; Bowling 3, 4.

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David P. Reiser

247 New York Avenue, jersey City Honor Pin 1 . 2, 3;. Classical Acadoniy 4> Weightlifting 3.

'; Robert J . R ereri g 110 Lincoln Avenue, Saddle Brook Sodality IV Honor Pm 1. Inscape -3, 4: (ntraniurals 4; Track 3,

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* • ■§§ ■ John A. Righi f 4606 Brown Street, Union City I | Class Officer 3, ."4j-^WefglitJiftiQg ,'&;vF0$tbMI 1',, Track 3. .

Arthur W. Rizzi 810 73rd 'Street, North Bergen iris Honor Pin I, 2,3; Science Academy-:^ 1; Football 1 ; Basketball J. 3, 4 : Art Club I . .'.

Robert R. Rissland : ; 512 Hudson Street,Hoboken : Honor Pin 1, 2 , German Academy 4: Library; Gl"nb 2. I

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^arjck Street, Jersey. City ' - Jbsagiie Leaders .1 , 2 ;. Honor Pin 1 ; '; ;•.2;-Qass Officer 1; French Academy ' :V.; 3,; 4;; Swiihming 1 ; Track' 1 ; "


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: James J . Roach 51 Agate Road, East Brunswick Honor Pin 3; Petroc 2, 3; French! Academy r3,-..',.4;"' IntTamurals ■’.4; AVeightliftHig 3; Football !;■ Chess

Paul J* Roerty 2 0 2 1 embeek Ayejiije, Jersey City Ititrainurals 1, 2,-3, 4. ■ ;

Leonard I*. Rosa

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K enneth

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Student Cotjjjcit Q; Clfess Officer; 1, & 3> 4' BaskcthaIi 1, 1

James C. Sttlddrini ■; 418 Seventh Strieef'/ UmoiVGity *| Honor Piri l, '3 ;' Gennan Academy 4;; Art CM) 1.

Joseph J. RygUcki 17Q7 51st- Sli eel, :Kforlh'13ergen I l f Club 1, Football 1, p Ig :\Via%htBftin^;§| ©afeiB ;Cpi,ti5ftii|e» •4; IfeiS 4'1 3 ;~


Brendan T. Scott ; 24 Highland Avenue, Jersey City 1 Sodality ], 2,M 4;.. League Leaders 4; Honor Pin 1 , 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1 , 2 - Religion Medal 1 , 2 ; Oratory 1. 2; Petroc 2, 3, 4: Danceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;: Committee 3: Band J ; Bookstore 3 ; English Academy 4. |

John J . Schweitzer *32 Ninth Streef, Seciiucus Intramurals 4s Saddle and Bridle Club 1 ,: 2 ; Band 1 .

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Gary M. Schumacher

32 Hasbrouck Avenue, Emerson League Leaders 1 ; 2, 3 ; '4; Scicnce; Academy 4, Swimming 1 , 2 3 4 Track 1, Golf 4.

James B. Scott : " 64 Summit Avenue. Montvale S League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 1, 2:: Debating 2: Classical Academy 4; English Academy 4.

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10 KensuigtoB ftvfenut- Jeisev City Hanoi? Pm 1, .Cl&sS. Officer l v Stage -GiOW 4, Pe.trean 3, 4, Senior Editor 4, Cheerleaders 3, 4„ Dance Com­ mittee 3*. 4* ■Pifom, Committee 4 j Football M»n&gei‘ 1; Tennis '3 ,

John J . Sheehy ' 1227 Garden Sfcree't'^ Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 4.

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John A. Shynne 159 Broadway, Bayonne Honor Pin 2; Radio Club J, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 3; Art Club 1 .

William R. Sheridan ,*.i 29 West 44th Street, Bayonne Sodality 1; Basketball 2, Football 4.

Peter M. Sherry

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Michael J. Simmons

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W illiam A.Stanton : 8 /fdO Boulevard 'East;:;; } Kprih-Bci-gen ; Sodality Honor %;S; ExceUencc Medal I- -Petrt*! 1,. 2,-3; 4: Editor % Insdt^e 4 ’ 3 ,4;: Classical ^a$krfryT ".AeaH^jtjV.;4 .;■ Track SL~::

Anthony A. Stone '233C)ttfe Falls Road ’ Cedar Grove Sodality 1 , ' 2 ; Dramatics ^; Petroc &3nscape-4; Intramurals 2,-3: Foot­ ball 1; 2j Track 3. ;

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John T. Sulltvan 228 Wilkinson Avenue, ; Jersey City 1.eagiiit! Leaders .1; Petroc 3; In: scape 3; Dance ICommittee 4; Intramurals 4: Gymnastics 1, 3; Art Club 1.:

Gerard R. Sullivan League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2* 3; Science Academy 3, '4; Intramurals 4.

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Anthony J . Suruda 1970- Kennedy Boulevard, . Jersey City < ■Honpr Tin'; PetkiG 1, 2] 3- 4,; Photography Editor .3, 4; .Classical Academy -1; English Academy .3, 4; Science Academy 3, 4j Radio Club 1, 2,'-'■Sy 4; Bookstore 4; CameraClub 1, 2, 3, 4.

Nicholas E . Tagliareni '3 Island View Court, Bayonne | League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin I 3; Track I, 2, 3.

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James J. Sutcliffe 221 Ege Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Student Council 4; Class Officer 4; Track I; Intramurals 2 ;' 3 ,4 . Mm


Henry A. Tipriwdoiv 7707'Kennedy Boulevard North 13ei;gfÂťii. C3lasV()ffict,r-4;

Edm und T. Tarrant *193 Myrtle Avomie. jersey City Honor Pin 1, 3; Bowling 3, 4. .

Jo sep h A. Terranova League Leaders Honor; Pin 1. 2, 3-; Excellence; JJedal 2; liitramurals 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; B o o t store 4.

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; Atidt.ew C. Wallace i ; 1 8 ? Lsdcev i^ ; Awnne, Clifton,;1 .Sodality ;1,{2,-3;-.League Leaders 2; :3r Honor "pin 1, J ; 3j Debating 2; Dratd^- l^'Dran'iayes'S, 4; 'LtbVary Chib I, 2 ;.3,4. .

Jo h n Ey Wadle 2540 Clov’er Terraw. Union Honor,Fin I, 2. 3; Class b fflc a rl

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Gregory O, Williams 500 Baldwin Avenue, Jersey IQity

Allan G. W icker sty

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John M. Walsh

2695 Kennedy 'Boulevard, jersey City 'Pf®POr Pin 1, 2, 3" Class Officer I. -English Academy 3, 4 ;. Art Club J., 2 , 3, 4. ' ’ '

Anthony M. Wisnieski •' 134 West 16th:Streej^ Baydnria'-vj": Honor Pin: 2;' Dramatics- 4;.C«-nian Academy 4; Science Acadeinj? 4, - \


George A. Wojcik 141 Wobcllawn Avenue;.;.v Jersey1 City ’ •Sociality SV Honor Pm 1. 3j.;Ciamera • Club 1,

Robert G. Zaiens 87 Linden Avenue, Jersey City ' Honor Pin 1; Track 1, 3.’

Robert J . Zahn 185 Manhattan Avenue;, Jersey City Sodality 1 German Academy 4.

William P. Yeomans 625 Second Avenue, Elizabeth Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Religion Medal ’ ’ 2; German Academy 4.


Stephen J . Zttikmvski ll'C Hillcrest Aveniie^iiBorria *3 Baftd 1; Gymnastics; 4 ;•:Svyjhv lining 1 : .

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Joseph F. B u rke

John N. LoB ue

Joseph C. Napoli

Student Council President

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A nthony J. Calabrese

Thom as W . M ilkow ski

Band

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E dm und R. H elm inski

K eith J. H ochstein

Inscape

Basketball

Dennis J. Cantoli Trade

W illiam J. R ankin

W . Christopher M ortenson

Baseball

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T im o thy C. V erdon

W illiam A. Stanton

Richard T. Bielecki

Oratory and Sodality.

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B rendan T. Scott

R obert M. Hill Gymnastics

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Glenn A. Grieco

James J. Campbell

W illiam C. McCahill

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Denis G. Johnson Tennis

Debating and Tennis

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The faculty and administration of St. Peter’s, both Jesuit and lay, without whose inspiration, interest and dedication Prep would not be Prep. The Seniors who received scholarships, both academic and athletic, and those who were finalists or semi-finalists in the National Merit Competition. The Underclassmen who keep Prep’s standards high through academic and athletic competition. Mr. Valentino for innovating a film forum at Prep. Mr. Wallace for his pioneering work in organizing a Folk Singing Club and for entertaining us with a professional Hootenanny. The Prep students who again helped to feed the hungry through Fr. Browning’s Christmas Drive. Fr. Havas for his inspiring talk at the annual Communion Breakfast. Mr. Bolanos for arranging our excursions to Lincoln Center. Chris Mortenson, James Campbell and Tom Milkowski for their victory on “It’s Academic.” Bill Stanton, Ed Helminski and the others for their outstanding per­ formance in winning the Province Writing Contest for Prep. Mr. Burns and the members of the Drama Club for bringing home a first place award in the one act play contest at Veronica’s Veil. Ken Jennings for receiving the best actor award in the same contest. The Sophomore Advanced Placement English Class for their fine liter­ ary publication, “The Sophomore Quarterly.” Tim Verdon, Kaz Herchold, Jim Campbell and Henry Raimondo who upheld Prep’s traditional superiority in Oratory and Debate. and finally, to the memory of a very dear friend of the Petrean, Mr. Frank Ball of New City Printing Company, whose assistance and encouragements have made Prep's yearbook the finest.

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Allied Equipment and Supply Co.

691 Broadway Bayonne, New Jersey Am ato Sea Food

747 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Ampol Calendar and Novelty Co.

338 Seventh Street Jersey City, New Jersey

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Barrett’s M e n ’s Shop

843 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Dr. and Mrs. Louis J . Belle

1328 North Avenue Elizabeth, New Jersey

171 Jewett Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

700 Montgomery Street Jersey City, New Jersey

M r. and Mrs. R.JE. Aughinbaugh

126 Kensington Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Ja c k Ayres

126Linwood Terrace Clifton, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Anthony Azzarto

788 East 39th Street Brooklyn, New York

Frank Bowe

24 Terrace Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Frank D. Brzenk

203 Washington Street Jersey City, New Jersey Aaron Buchsbaum Company, Inc.

729 North Avenue New York, New York

300 John Street Harnsorifc New Jersey

625 Willow Avenue Hoboken, New Jersey

349 Ege Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Carl’s Cafe

Mrs. E. L. Badach

546 Garfield Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Bill Baniel

155 W e s t 32n d .S tr e e t

Bayonne, New Jersey

M r. and Mrs. Al Barclay

3 Harden Street Brooklyn, New York

502 Third Avenue Elizabeth, New Jersey

49 West 49th Street Bayonne, New Jersey

138 Gordonhurst Avenue Upper Montclair, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Robert Corbley

830 Roosevelt Avenue Secaucus, New Jersey Courthouse Pharmacy

570 Newark Avenue W Jersey City*; New Jersey

M r. and Mrs. S. Crifo

45 Booraem Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey^ '

M r. and Mrs. Philip Bulzis

Vincent Gaggiano Mrs. Helen W . Bachmann

712 Sixth Street Union City, New Jersey

Mrs. Cathrine A . Connolly

Arties’s Delicatessen

83 Reservoir Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

Citadel Insurance Agency

M r. and Mrs. John Conaghan N eik Bodnaruk

Margaret Apsley

329 Jersey Street Harrison, New Jersey

70 Fairview Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

Columbus Esso M r. and M rs. A rthur J . Blake

M ae Apsley

329 Jersey Street Harrison, New Jersey

M r. and M rs. Stephen Cheloc

Stefan Czujko

s;25 Baldwin Avenue 4 Jersey City.^ew Jersey* - | Joseph P. Dedicos

131 West Hazelwood Avenue# Rahway, New Jersey Chicken Delight

1504 Sheep§bendrB%y Road Brooklyn, New Yorkl^r Cattani W ines and Liquors

601 Centrall Avenue Union City, New Je'rsey^^^% M r. and Mrs. L. J. Cerciello

369 Union Street Jj|§sey City, New Jersey

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731 Montgomery Street^ Ilf Jersey CitypNew Jersey f Diamond T of Hudson County, Inc.

JE, 801-819 Madison-Street Hobokln, New Jersey' M r. and Mrs. C. A. Domalewski and Family

147 Chestnut Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey


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Peter Donohue

167 West Fourth Street Clifton, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. W illia m Donohue, Jr .

344 Armstrong Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Dr. Eugene Dudek

126 Newark Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and M rs. Thomas G. Dunn

1120 Applegate Avenue Elizabeth, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Kenneth J . Dwyer

40 Essex Street Belleville, New Jersey Elsie’s Bar and Grill

338 Bloomfield Street Hoboken, New Jersey Fallon Funeral Home

157 Bowers Street Jersey City, New Jersey W illiam J . Fedak

670 Avenue C Bayonne’ New Jersey

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M r. and M rs. Jam es Frees and Family

21 Manhattan Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey A Friend

M r. and Mrs. Andrew Guzo

2350 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. John Hammer

Bayonne New Jersey

136 Beach Street Jersey City, New Jersey W illiam F. Hanlon

A Friend

Bayonne New Jersey Gilbert Friend

5 Pavonia Court Bayonne, New Jersey G. & J . Meats

809 West Side Avenue jersey City, New Jersey Gateway Esso

181 12th Street Jersey City, New Jersey Gene’s Food M arket

185 Mallory Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey The Grancagnolo Family

13 Vincent Place Verona, New Jersey

71 1 Grassmere Avenue Interlaken, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Edward Hayes

36 Central Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Edmund C. Heskin

142 Lincoln Avenue Elizabeth, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Joseph G. Higgins, Jr.

30 Hazard Place Ejizabeth, New Jersey Hohneker’s Dairy

811 74th Street North Bergen, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. John Hourihan

346 Kennedy Boulevard Bayonne, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Michael Humen, Jr.

George Filko

158 Brill Street Newark, New Jersey

M r. and Mrs, W . Joseph Green

Westfield New Jersey.-.,

213 Gates Avenue Jerfey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. John Hutnick

Harold G. Fitzpatrick

9 i 2 Broadway Bayonne, New Jersey

M r. and Mrs. John H. Gurski

42 Surburbia Court Jersey City, New Jersey

209 Linden Avenue ■ Jersey City, New Jersey Jademar Corporation

M r. and Mrs, John W . Foley

155 West-Eighth Street ivBayonne, New Jersey Rutherford W . Fowles

9 Emory Street Jersey City, New Jersey

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N e w Y o rk W o r ld ’s Fair 1964-1965 Corporation

M r. and Mrs. James Gurxo

45 Mercer Street lip' Jersey ■City, 'New Jersey Stanley F. Gutowski

161 Springfield Road Elizabeth, New Jersey

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IMPORT & EXPORT Avenue Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey |

Franklin

If. Col. J . P. Jaugstetter 198 Ferdowsi Street Shiraz, Iran


S p e c i a l P a b u u iA

M r. and Mrs. Almon A. Johnson

The Kruse Family

Thomas V . Jordan

1 Bergen Boulevard Fairview, New Jersey

341 Union Street Jersey City, New Jersey

W illia m J . Lauten Realty

Thomas Novella

215 Jackson Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

231 Harrison Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Henry Keil & Sons, Inc.

M r. and M rs. Robert Nodine, Sr.

102 Washington Street Jersey City, New Jersey

64 Groton Street Forest Hills, New York

343 Woodlawn Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

Col. Joseph W . Levy

O ’Donnell Agency

M r. and M rs. W illiam Mangan

27 West Eighth Street Bayonne, New Jersey

141 Dwight Street Jersey City, New Jersey M argaret E. Kennedy

203 15th Street Jersey City, New Jersey

M r. and M rs. Daniel J . O ’Hara

205 Stllqs Street Elizabeth, N®w Jersey

M r. and M rs. U. J . M ann

41 Woodcrest ;€)rive Livingston, New p ersey |§

Joseph A . McCabe

8914 Grand Avenue North Bergen, New Jersey

M r. and Mrs. W illiam J . O ’N eill M r. and M rs. J . F. Marczewski

622 Sherman Avenue RoseJJe Park, New Jersey

M r. and Mrs. John J . M cC o le; I

131 West Sixth Street Bayonne, New Jersey

Olympia Restaurant1

46 Montgomery Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

Joseph Maresca

j 221 Mohticello Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

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Jam es A . M cLaughlin

591 Jersey Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M ack Funeral Home

288 Central Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey The Mahoney Family

3 Preston Street Ridgefield Park, New Jersey Jerem ia G. Mahoney

107 Kensington Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

M r. and M rs. John V. M arra

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242 Odge’rfAvenue ^ Jersey City,, New Jersey

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Mrs. M ary Marshall

56 Ravine Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Abraham M iller

55 Gifford Avenue . Jersey City, Nevl Jersey. M . H. M iller, M .D .

311 6btj>Street West 'New York, New Jersey-

M r. and Mrs. Joseph Killian

M r. and Mrs. Albert Moscati

77 Pamrapo Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

243 Hancock Avenue Jersey City,-NeW Jersey

M r. and Mrs. Stephen A. Kohl, Sr.

25 Wade Street Jersey City, New Jersey

,.-728 Wyoming Avenue Elizabeth, New Jersey

Esther Murphy

138 South Street Jersey City, New Jej^ey

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M r. and Mrs. Edward J . Ostreyko

> 193 Orient Street Bayonne, New Jersey Dr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Palmeri

[ 1n Chelsea Road I Clifton, New Jersey

M r. and Mrs. S. G. Paradin

15 East Central Avenue Bergenfield, New Jersey Paul Peeoraro

279 Newark Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. S. Peeoraro

55 Washburn Street Jersey City, New Jersey Stephen G. Pello

207 Bartholdi Avenue Jersey City, N^w Jersey


Sfieoixil PaJtoml Steve Phillips

124 York Street Jersey City, New Jersey M . Pinto

18 East Washington Place Palisades Park, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Frank C. Rieman

1912 New York Avenue Union City, N.ew Jersey In Loving Memory Mrs. Joseph Rizzo

M r. and M rs. A . P. Sunt

632 Willow Avenue Hoboken, New Jersey Jam es B. Scott

Sunshine Dry Cleaners & Launderers

29-33 East 30th Street BayonnelNew Jersey Charles B. Swensen

64 Summit Avenue Montvale, New Jersey Scott Kitchens

283 Central Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

Sophie and Gene M arie Szymanski 13

756 Broadway Bayonne, New Jersey Scott’s Moving' & Storage

83 Meadow Road Rutherford, New Jersey

338 Seventh Street Jersey City, New Jersey

M r. and Mrs. Robert J . Touhy, Sr.

613 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

Rolling Pin Bake Shop

7823 Bergenline Avenue North Bergen, New jersey

M r. and M rs. W illiam H. Smith

812 Avenue C Bayonne, New Jersey

Joseph Valenti

735 Westsidd Avenue Jersey City, New Jerse^Hl

A. Romanelli & Son Auto Repair

• 1770-1772 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City, New Jersey

M r. and M rs. Smutek

159 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, iNiw Jersey

M r. and Mrs. W . L. Vantyle

916 18th Street Union City, New Jersey

M r. and M rsi Luke J . Rooney

Luke, Jr, *59 and Kevin ’64 1 Skillman Avenue Jersey CityJfNew Jersey Vincent and Nicholas Sabbia

36-40 Dales Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and M rs. Steve J . Poster

39 West End Avenue Little Falls, New Jersey M r. and M rs. Frank Prohammer

357 North Stiles Street Linden, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Jam es Purcell, Sr.

134 Ogden Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Charles Quaglieri, M .D.

931 Washington Street Hoboken, New Jersey

M r. and M rs. Henry Sokolnicki.

930 Summit Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Frank A . Soriero

50 Greenville Avertue Jersey City* New Jersey M rs. Agnes Stiles

jjol 1 74th Street North Bergen, NeW Jersey

M r. and Mrs. Stanley Wasowski

28 Hiram Place Hirrison, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Peter A. W erm ert

3514 Kennedy BouIevard Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Edward N. W hite

920 Summit Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. George W illm s

The Struk Family

245 Pacific Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey Alexander Sudnik

26 Stegman Court Jersey City, New Jersey M ark A . Sullivan, Sr.

23 Duncan Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey

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.355 Palisade Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. August Wiscarz

88 Kensington Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey M r. and Mrs. Charles J. W ycka

64 Wayne Street Jersey City, New Jersey


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Mr. and Mrs. N. Abrescia

Edward Bligh

Mr. and Mrs. A. Catanzaro

S. M. Adamczyk

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bonavita

Vincent Catanzaro

Aiello’s Market

Mr. and Mrs. Bongiovanni

Mr. and Mrs. Catapano

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alberque, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyle

John Caulfield

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Brady

Joseph Caulfield

Don Andriano

Mr. Thomas Brady

The Central Hotel

Raymond Andro

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Brennan

Mr. S. Checkowski

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anthony

Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Breslin

Drs. Chertoff and Seidman

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Antonini, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bronowich

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chromey

Mrs. Agnes Apsley

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bryk

Clark-O’Neill, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Arecchi

Mr. Charles A. Buebendorf

Gino E. Clerigj

Frank Argenziano

Rev. John G. Buklad

Loretta Elizabeth Coghlan

Robert Armistead

Mr. and Mrs. William Bull

|Samuel Colacurcio, Jr.

Gill Ashe

Edmund G. Burke

|Mr. and Mrs. Colacchio and Sons

Mrs. John Ayres

J. Frank Burke, D.D.S.

Philip Colchis, Sr.

Joe Azzolina

Jim iBurke ’67

jDennis P. Collins

Mr. and Mrs* Peter Babits

Mr. and Mrs. H. Victor Burlock

.John J. Collins

Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Bachand

Mr. and Mrs. H. Burns

Mr. andfMrs. Paul Compa

Fred Bachmann

Cabiddo’s pp

Mr. and Mrs. Martin ConIon

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Bagley

Alvaro Cadalzo

Mary P. Coogan

Rev. Joseph B. Bagley

The Calabrese Family

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cook

Ernest J. Baker

Carmine Calandrillo

Joseph M. Cooney

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Baker

Kevin Callahan

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Mr. and Mrs. B. Balcerzak and Sons

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Mrs. T. Corlett

Mr.„and fy\rs..John Bakfovin

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Marian Corpina

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The Cangelosi Family

The Countess 0leaners^

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Mr. and Mrs. M,:jCannavale ,

TheXo^tllo Family

Mr. Richard J. Beards

Mr. and Mrf. Santo Caravello s

Mrs. Helen Cr^ehowski

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Beaudet

Mrs|Joseph CardieI

Agnes Crimmins

John A. Bedell

Anthony Carnavale

Richard Crisohino

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Belton £

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Mr. and Mrs. John Beres

Dr. and Mrs, Leonard G. Carusi

Joseph Cullum

Mr. and Mrs. Berger H

Mrs. Emily Casale

Dorothy Cuomo

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Louis Casazza

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Andrew Blahitka

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Virginia C. Casazza

Thomas Curristine, '40

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The John B. Castelli Family

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H. H. Finn

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James K. Finn

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Mrs. Mary D’Agostino

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Mary Downey

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Harold Daly

Frank Doyle

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Daly

Stephen Drabik

Mr. and Mrs. William Flaherty

Mr. A1 Damiani

Raymond S. Driscoll, M.D.

Rev. John L. Flanagan

Mr. and Mrs. Pat^y D’Amico

William J. Drobny

Mr. A. R. Flesicher

Mrs. Josephine Datzko

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent I. Drobny, Sr.

James A. Fleming, Jr.

Mr. Michael Datzko

Mrs. Morris Dronzek

Mrs. Anna Flood

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Daurio

Joseph L. Duff

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Foerch

Joseph J. Davis

Rev. Redmond J. Duggan

Dr. and Mrs. B. Franco

Mrs. Elsie Decker

;Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dunn

Charles Freeman

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Dunn

Mr. and Mrs. William Frees

Edward J. Durkin

Lewis R. Friedman

Mr. and Mrs. R. Deecken

Mr. and Mrs. H. Dwyer

A Friend

Robert DeGroot

Harold Dwyer

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Mr. and Mrs. James J. Eagen

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Mr. ana Mrs. Thomas A. Early

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James P. Egan

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Peter Fristensky

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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Engel

Joseph Fucito

Mrs. Philip D’Esposito

Richard J. English

Rev. Joseph A. Furfey

Kenneth Devins

Mr. Robert Ernst

Mr. and Mrs. James Gagliano

John Dewland

Mr. and Mrs. John Errico

Francis D. Galbraith

Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Devaney

Mr. Morrie Fabio

The E. C. Gallagher Family

Mr. and Mrs. W. Devaney

Art Fagen

Douglas Garatina

Ralph A# Famiglietti

Veronica Garbarino

Mr. and Mrs. Carmine DiMatteo

Thlf Ffrdellas

Edward F. Garvey

Mr. and Mrs, James P. DiNardo

Fashion Shoes

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Geary

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dineen

Francis A. Fee

Joseph M. Geary

Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. DiNicola

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fenech

Mr. Anthony Gentililla

Joseph Dirsa

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Mr. John S. Giava

Dittmar’s Pharmacy

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Filoramo

Ed Gilson

Mr. and Mrs. F, Donchevich

Filosa Family

Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Giordano

James DeCicco The

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Arthur M. Hoffman

Mr. and Mrs, Charles F. Kenny

Arnold Goldberg

Henry S. Hojnowski

Eugene P. Kenny

Martin F, Golden, Sr.

Catherine Holleran

Mr. and Mrs. James M, Kerwan

Charley Goombosh

Mr. and Mrs. James Hollywood

Theodore E. Kessler

Mrs, Emilie Goppold I

Holsey Chevrolet

Harold and Betty Kidney

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Gorbos, Sr.

Home Coal and Oil Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Kierney

J . George Gorecki

Mrs. Francis B. Hull

Mrs. Dorothy F. Kilkenny

Graham Family

Alfred Huziarski ’65

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard F. Kinch

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Granville

Anthony lannini

Mr. and Mrs. Francis King

Thomas J. Greeley, Jr.

Rudy loppolo

Francis H. Koch

Walter GreenhaIgh

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ippolito

Mr. and Mrs, George J . Koch

Mr. and Mrs, Henry Greten

J and B Beverage Co.

Peter J. Koch

Catherine A. Grieco

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Jacobson

Mr. and Mrs. John Kocot

Glenn and Gijda Grieco

Mr, and Mrs. Jaeger

Mrs. Theresa I. Kolock

Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Grieco

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Jakub

Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Koserowski and Family

Mr. and Mrs; Salvatore Grillo

Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Janasie

John and Doris Kowalak

Mr. a|d MrsjUacob Grish

Mr. and Mrs. Dominik Jaz

Conrad and Jeffrey Kowalski

Gryzbowskj Family

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jennings

Kozak Brothers, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs; William Grzelak

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jennings and Son

Mr. and Mrs. J,. Koza^eWcz

Helen Gualtieri r;

Jersey City Bagel Baking Co.

Mr. and Mrs. John Ko^arich.

Mrs. G. Gundersen

Theresa Jimmerson

Mri and Mrs.?U. Kras|kkfW*

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gunsiorowski

Jimmie’s Market

Miss Harriet Kraszewski

Thaddeus Gutowski

Joe and Phil

The Kratk$ |arifily

Ruth and Ralph Hagele

Johnny’s Cleaners

Mr. and Mrs, Charles C .hQrick

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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hamilton

\ Johnson Stationary Store

John Krivit

John Harbas

|Dallas Jonathan

Mr. and Mrs." Fred Jl? ^ro|5l^*aH

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Harrison

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jordan

Henry Kruse

The ^Hai^pettfamily

Walter J. Jozak

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The Kuchar Family-

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Hayes

The Junction Taxi

Mr. and,Mrs-Joseph Kulfeszynski'

Mr. and Mrs, William Hayevy

Isabel Kalinich .

Mr. |a'nd. Mrs: Walter Kuser*

Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Healy, •

Mr. and Mrls. Carl Kaminski ?

Mr. iand§Mrs. Wtlliftn'A. Kwiatkows.d ^fl

Paul F. X. Hearns

ThlfKane Family ;=2

MpffThdrrps Kyle€; Jpp

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Heffernan

The Kayser Family

The LaFatal

Msgr. William Heinbuch

Mr. and Mrs. Willi am J. Keating

Drv>and Mrs. Anthony LaForgia

Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Henderson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Kelly

The ,Lahue JigMk

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Henion

Mr. Thomas E. Kelly

The' Lakata Family ^

The Heubel Family

Mrland^rs. J, Kemprowski

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Lamb

Mr. and Mrs, William Hilliard

Joseph Kennedy

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Charles D. McColgan

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mercier

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Lanktree

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. McCormick

Mr. and Mrs. E. Messner

Theresa Lanni

Mr. and Mrs. F. McElroy

Edward Miggliozzi

Rev. Edward J. Larkin

Glenn McGavin

Paul Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Las16

Mrs. Rose McGivern

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J i Milne

The LaTerra Family

Mrs. T. P. McGuinness

Mimi Dress Shoppe Jj

Charles Lauria

Mr. Francis McGurk, S.J., *61

The Mitchell Family

Major and Mrs. S. T. Lawler

Mr. and Mrs. James McKenna

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchels

Rev. John T. Lawlor

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McLean

Deputy Chief John J. Mohr

James Lawrence

Mr. and Mrs. James McManus

Moloney’s for Meats, Inc.

Dr. Eugene J. Leahy

James E. McNerney, Jr.

Eileen Monahan

Mr. and Mrs. P. Leane

Mac’s Flying MA” Service

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Monahan

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lee

John and Martin Mackin

The Monteforte Family

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Legowski

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mackin

Frank Monterisi

Mrs. Charles G. Lehr

Dr. and Mrs. E. K. Madison

George F. Moran ’66

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lembo

Miss Jennie Mai

Mr. and Mrs. P. Morenp

The Leone Family

Miss Lucy Mai

Niel Moriarty

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lepis

Miss Rose Mai

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mortenson

Mr. and Mrs, George Leppert, Sr.

Mrs. Emil Maitner

Dr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Mottola

Mfr jan^ Mrs. Andrew Lewandowski

The Malecki Family

Mr. and Mrs, Robert P. Mull

Mr. and Mrs. L. Mancino

Mr. and Mrs. John Murawinski

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Lewis

Mr. Louis Mangiapane

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Murdaco

Richard Liciirsi ’65

Jim and Brian Mann

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Murphy

BillVhcf Bob Lindsay ’60 and '64

Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Manna

Frank Murphy

Mr.f;and Mew. William Lindsay

Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Manzi

Gerald E. Murphy

Mrs. Harry Linfante'

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Maresca

Mr. Harold Murphy

Stanley A* Lipinski

*Mf: and Mrs. Peter A. Marotta

John Murphy

WVjJss Muriel Lewis

Michael J. Marra

Mary V. Murphy .

Betty Logan

Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Marszalowicz

Vincent J>1 Murray^

Mrs.xJ'earl LoPresti

Mr. Albert Martini

Music Box Cafe

I Jraseph Los

Mrs. Margaret MartowIis;

The Muzzarini Family

„^Louant Trading Corporation

The Martucci Family

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Nagel

? Thomas'Loftus

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Vincent Mascia

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Naples

mr^Marro Itucdhese

At Massa

Mr. and Mrs, Peter J. Nastawa

Frank /vtatejiQa

Mr. Frank F. Nawrocki

John Meagher

New Broadway Diner Of Bayonne

jtDr. and M ips. E. W. Luczynski Dr. and Mrs. J. F, Lynch ? ’Mr. and Mrs. James J. McCaffery arail's A. McCarron Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy

Mr. land Mrs. Joseph G. Meehan

New Plaza Wine and Liquors Store

Edward J. Melgniak

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nodine, Jr.

Carl Menk

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nolan

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The Novak Family

Mr. and Mrs. J . Pilla

Alfred John Rinn

Mr. and Mrs. C. Nystrom

Mr. and Mrs. J. Pinkham, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riso

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. O’Boyle

Mr. and Mrs. George Pi rich

Rizzi Family

John O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. G. Pisano

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Rizzo

Mrs. Margaret O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pisano

Elizabeth V. Roache

William J. K. O’Brien

Luke Piscitellior

Robinson Cleaners

Ocean Breeze Restaurant

Mr. and Mrs. S. Pizzuto

Gerard J. Roerty

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ochab

Plaza Tavern

Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ockay, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Plaza

Lilly Romano

Mr. and Mrs. James J. O’Connor

Thomas Podesta

The Rooney Family

Mr. and Mrs. Robert O’Connor

Mr. William Podurgiel

Rose Bud Florist

Joseph T. O’Donnell

Raymond Polakosi, Sr.

Wally. Rosenbush ^

Emil S. Oechsler

Patsy Policastro

Rosko Pharmacy, . J

Mrs. Ja mes O’Farrell

Post and McCarthy

Mr. and Mrs. LeoneI P. Ross

John O’Keefe

Milton Potters, D.D.S.

Miss Joan M. Rottger

Mr. and Mrs. F. X. O’Leary |

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Puncerilli

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ruane I

Lucia Oleniaik

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Quackenbush

Mr. and Mrs. Erhardt Rupprecht

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ommundson

Francis C„, Quaglien

John M. Rusnak

Mrs. Mary C. O’Rourke

Mr. and Mrss James P. Quinn

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Russell

Mr. and Mrs. S. Orsen

Rev. Joseph M. Quinlan

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Ryan

Mrs. Jennie Ostreyko

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raimondo

Matthew E. Saccente

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostreyko

Mr. A. Rainelli

Robert Sacilowski

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Page, Sr. .

Mrs. S. Rakowicz

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Salemi

Palace Drug Store

Randi’s Market

Sarah Samenfeld

Steve Pandolfo

Mr. and Mrs. Rapcienski

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sammarco

Mr. and Mrs; Ralph Panebianco

Ray*§ Valet Cleaners

Mr. and Mrs. E. Paolino

Jeremiah M, Regan

Mr: and Mrs. Otto Paoloni

Patricia Regenye

Parker Beverage, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Reid

Albert Passerini

Marcella Reid

Mr. and Mr|lDavid M. Payne *54

Mrs. William B. Reilly

H. PearIman

Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore P. Renga

Mrs. Mary Pearson

Blondine Reuego

Dr. Charles M. Peluso

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Reynolds

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Peterson

Mr. and Mrs. T. Richard

The Donald G. Schreck Family

Pete’s Dinettes and Furniture

Mr. and Mrs. John Richnausky

Mr; and Mrs. Petfer Scivoletti

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrie

A. J. Riedlinger

Michael Scott

Vincent Pezzuti

Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore=Rinafdi and Son

Mrnand Mrs. Patrick E. Scura

Piedmont Provisions

Rindos Family.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sekel

J. Roerty

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold P. Sansevere Donald Santora ,Mr. and Mrs. M. Scaglione The Scher Family Mr. and Mrs. Scheurer WiIliam,,SqhIemm, Inc. Mr. and Mrs; Joseph Schnur MK and Mrs. J. E. Schock


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Mrs. Merrill A. Swiney, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Viggiano

Charles Sess

Anthony Szegda Grocery Store

Dr. Frank Visceglia

Frank Sette and Family

Albert E. Tabor

Mrs. Katherine Vogel

Mrs. Pauline Sevcik

Memory of Michael Talty

Bonavenfuras Vyzas

Mr. Patrick J. Shannon

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Tarrant

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walsh

Mr. and Mrs. John Shea

Mr. and Mrs, Salvatore Tempio

Edward J. Ward

The James Sherrry Family

Bill Tenuto ’65

Frank Warren

Silver Brothers, Inc.

Peter Terminiello

Joseph Warzenski

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simonetti

Walter G. Terwedow, M.D.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Waters

Sinopoli’s Barber Shop

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tevis

Mr. and Mrs. E. Weigert

Mr. and Mrs. F. Skop

Arthur J. Theberge

Dr. E. Weisinger

Cull Smith ’65

Mr. James J. Tierney

Wenton Shoe Store

Mrs. Grace Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Tierney

George Wenzel, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Timperman

Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. White

The Smith Family

Mr. and Mrs. C. Tomaszewki

Joseph E. White

John Snyder

Tom’s Products

Dr. M. C. Whitehill

-Charles Solomon

Tom’s Tayern

Paul Wiggin, Sr.

.Jennie Spadola

Towne Pharmacy, Dunellen, N. J.

Glenn Williams |,f

Joseph A. Spadola

Bill Trenz f

The Wi 11iarns Fami ly

Kenneth Spiegel

"friangle Esso

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilsofi :

Mr; and Mrs. Thomas S&osPw

Triangle Television Service

Wolf’s Liquor Store

Angelina Sribnyj

Frank Trivisonno

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wolf

Star Shoes

Mr/ and Mrs. Edward Trbcni

Charles D. Woodall ’58

State Cleaners

Henry Tylenda

The Joseph P. Wraga Family

State Restaurant

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tyne

St. Peter’s Grammar School Mother s,Guild

Midhael Urban

The S. YanuZzi Family

Sterling Delicatessen

Victor Urbanovich

Frank Yotha

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Strube

M, Urich, O.D.

David Zahn

Joseph P. Stuart

Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Ushay

Mr. and Mrs. Stanfly Zakrzewski

C. Sulkowki

Mr. and Mrs. C. Vaccarino

Mr. and Mdf A. Zawacki

Gerard R. Sullivan ’64

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Amelia Wroclawski

Mr- and Mrs. J. Zeman

John J. Sullivan

James Van Blarcom

Mr. and Mrs; Gene Zenga

Joseph F. Sullivan ’28

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vanbodegon

Rev. Luke C. Ziegler, O.F.M. Conv.

Dr. J. J. Vanderbeck

Ken Zienkiewicz ’65

Frank E. Suplee

Mr, James P. Van Etten

Mr. and Mrs, Vincent Zingara

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Supple

The Verdon Family

Mr, and Mrs. Thomas W. Zito

Surplus Army and Navy Stores

Ann and Thomas Verdon

Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Zolli

The Verdoni Family

The Zubrycki Family

' Miss Mary V. Sullivan

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* Q M ik e Ambrosio: Aims . . . M r. Voice of Senior Year . . . cool dresser with a ’65 Impala. Ray Berberich: Ray . . . all A B C . . . r-e-a-l sleepy . . . shamrock from Pershing Field. Lou Casazza: Lou . . . digs hockey . . . wears ring on index finger . , . Hoboken’s gift to 4G. Jim Colligan: Jim m y . . . man from Clifton . . . known for putting his foot in his mouth. George Davis: George . . . sixty pets . . . drives a limousine . . . will retire after college. Jim DeCicco: Cicco . . . derriere . . . W h ite y Ford . . . alias Frank Gordon . . . suave . . . intramural star . . . Kathy. Tom Dougherty: Tucker . . . remembers a hall lecture by an all-right teacher . . . backcourt ace . . . Bayonnais. Jam es Guardino: Gramps . . . checkmate whiz . . . one of mon pere's big four . . . intel­ lectual reader. John H all: John . . . Peggy 3, 4 . . . hangs around Audubon Park . . . CO 4-5374. Bob H ill: Fauntleroy . . . State champ on the longhorse . . . perennial class president . . flashy dribbler . . . Kathy. Basil Iwanyk: Demoscles . . . the pathfinder . . . suave with the girls . . . chasing all the time. Tom Keating: Junction Bay . . . St. Pat’s gift or plague . . . likes basketball. W a lt Kowbasniuk: W a lly . . . the walk of a tin soldier . . . dry comic . . . doesn’t know his g irl’s name. Bob Krychkowski: Kritch . . . M r. Body Builder . . . loves Physics and French . . . get Slick. John Larkin: Johnny . . . from Ridgewood . . . hard worker? . . . eyes Villanova . . . prefers older women. Jim Lem en: Moose . . . girl crazy . . . Davy Crockett with a gun . . . come on Am s . . . likes basketball. Gerard M adaio: Gery . . . works in liquor and book stores . . . the permeation of opposites. Dave M cConville: Dave . . . will get a B.S. degree from Prep . . . M erm an on swim team . . . future politician. Joseph M cM anus: Z eke . . . unsound mind and body . . . half owner of a ’38 Chevy . . . brother of O ’Connor. John M escall: Ja c k . . . drives a station wagon . . . are you 21, sir? . . . drives with his feet out the window. John Murgolo: John . . . iambic pentameter . . . Pete’s friend . . . M arion boy . . . enjoys Physics. Paul New ell: Paul . . . strangeness wedded to beauty . . . high I.Q. but hides it . . . takes walks with Fr. Smith and his girl. Gary O Brien: Obie . . . ’61 T-Bird convertible . . . the whiz . . . another Bayonnais. Daniel O’Connor: Dan . . . where’s Zeke? . . . plays the piano but won’t . . . drives a ’59 Chevy and Tubes. Dennis O’N eil: Huby . . . quiet type and modest? . . . aspires to be a Beatle . . . aw gee, am I late? George Pirich: Slick . . . only his hairdresser knows . . . takes an occasional trip . . . Vito . . . Maryanne 2, 3, 4. W illiam Rankin: Billy . . . quarterback and catcher . . . scholastic standout . . . no father, I don’t have a comb. James Roach: J . R. . . . alwayscertain butneverquite sure . . vies with M cConville for M r. B. S. . . . Yale. Paul Roerty: Paul . . . the other half of ’38 Chevy . . .Physics whiz . . . vagrant from St. Paul’s. Joseph Ryglicki: Rick . . . M r. Mumbles . . . good pool player . . . Minnesota Fats. Pete Orrico: Pete . . . Marion boy . . . our beatle . . . good dancer . . . has a butcher shop in his back yard. Bill Sheridan: Sherm . . . beware all Noels . . . . made good in first year as gridder . . . DeCicco’s brother. M ark Sullivan: M ark . . . I was just thinking . . . sleeps with eyes open . . . honest treas­ urer . . . French whiz. Paul Truskowski: Tritch . . . real Physics whiz . . . Latin laureate . . . plays in band . . . engineer to be. Bruce Zem an: Bruce . . . astute Physics scholar . . . gets along with teachers . . . guard on football team . . . Dous.

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Mr. 0 . F. Street

Miss Adelaide Street

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Beck

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Street

Mrs. G. Lombardi


PETE and SAL MOSCATELLO

SUPLEE, CLOONEY and C O M PA N Y

W aterm elons - W in e Grapes Xm as Trees

Certified Public Accountants

212 LINDEN AVENUE

151 JEFFERSON AVENUE

JERSEY CITY, N. J. HE 3-5410

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Auto Sales & Service Better Used Cars

171-173 BROADWAY BAYONNE, N. J.

THE SIM M ONS FA M ILY

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Compliments of

Compliments of

R. B. DeCAMP

THE BIELEC K I FA M ILY

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Compliments of

MR. and MRS. BERNARD C. BRADY

THE BREWER FAM ILY

273


UN IO N DUPLICATOR CORP.

Compliments of

Factory Representatives for

MR. and MRS. RAYM O N D FARM ER

Gestetner and Ditto

4812 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J.

CAPPELLETTI FLORIST Compliments of Flowers for A ll Occasions

1907 BERGENLINE AVENUE UNION CITY, N. J.

A FRIEND

UN 3-1188

46 RECREATION CENTER

Compliments of

Baseball - Golf Driving

PLA Z A

M iniature Golf - Archery

ROUTE 46 PARSIPPANY, N.

J.

JERSEY CITY, N. J. 334-3949

FORDS COAL & LUM BER Lumber, Millwork, Plywood Hardware, Mason Materials COAL -

Compliments of

FUEL O IL

922 KING GEORGE ROAD FORDS, N. J.

A FRIEND

HI 2 -0 1 8 0 274


IM FC Compliments of

F IN A N C IA L CO RPORATION 152 WEST 42nd STREET NEW YORK, N. Y.

THE FERRERI FA M ILY

LA 4-7928

Compliments of Compliments of

DR. and MRS. LOUIS F. M A R R ELLA

M ARZAHL

89 FAIRVIEW AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

C H EM IC A L CO M PAN Y

11

Best W ishes to the Class o f ’64 Compliments of

M IC H A EL J. D Z IU BEK MR. and MRS. SIG M U N D P A W LO W S K I W IL L IA M

THOMAS DONATO

ED W A RD

DORI -LYN N BEA UTY SALON

Congratulations to the Class of ’64

Hairstyling Especially for You

MR. and MRS. G. DUVA and FAM ILY

2976 KENNEDY BOULEVARD JERSEY CITY, N. J. OL 3 -7 1 5 1 275


The "NEW" JE R S E Y

C IT Y

. . IS O N T H E

M OVE

Yes, Je rs e y C ity is rebuilding on every front— attracting new industry— erecting new homes, new business and professional buildings— providing

efficien t,

stream lined

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govern­

m ent— offering more opportunity than ever before to the young people of the com m unity. Vigorous urban renewal is pacing Je rs e y C ity ’s healthy for­ ward march, so as you pursue your formal education w hy not give thought to the new Je rs e y C ity in term s of your own fu tu re? Set your sights on the com fort and convenience of modern city

livin g!

T h in k

about working— and

really

living— where

“ opportunity” and “ accom plishm ent” are in abundance.

Mayor Thomas J. Whelan 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 President

JA M E S C. ROCHFORD

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

TH O M A S M. FLA H ERTY

JO H N J. K E L A H E R

A N T H O N Y L. A L T O M O N T E

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 RS

FRED W . M A R T IN

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


Board of Chosen Freeholders CO U N TY OF HUDSON, N EW JER SEY 595 N E W A R K

A V E N U E , J E R S E Y C IT Y ,

JO H N

N. J.

M . D EEG A N

County Supervisor

W IL L IA M

A. S T E R N K O P F Clerk

Members:

JO H N

F. L E W IS

Director

JO H N

P. A R M E L L IN O

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

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

JO H N J. K E N N Y

E D W A R D F. C LA R K , JR .

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

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

W A L T E R W . W O LF E


Mayor Jam es Moore

Compliments of

and

Dr. and Mrs.

Board of Council

Carl Restivo

cSecaucus, IN. J..

Compliments of

Congratulations and Best W ishes

THE KAH LE F A M ILY

THE KAN E F A M ILY

BERGEN INSURANCE AGENCY

Compliments of

All Forms of Insurance

MR. and MRS. W IL L IA M J. BRADLEY

921 BERGEN AVENUE JERSEY CITY 6, N. J. SW 5-1 122

280


SCH LESING ER’S

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One of Am erica’s Great Stores for M en and Boys

THE T ER R A N O V A F A M IL Y WEST NEW YORK, N. J.

Congratulations from

MR. and MRS. FR A N K C. O’BRIEN

MR. and MRS. JO H N W . McGEOUGH

and F A M IL Y

TH O M A S M cGOVERN FLO O R C O V ER IN G CO.

534 W E S T SID E A V E N U E JE R S E Y C IT Y , N. J.

281


Compliments of

THE P IA Z Z A F A M IL Y JO H N

’64 B IL L ’64

ELIZABETH, N. J.

MR. and MRS. W IL L IA M K. M A R K and SONS REV. W IL L IA M G. ’50

JO S E P H ’64

Compliments of

The Tube Bar Leo Deutsch, Proprietor 10 Tube Concourse Jersey City, N. J.

NAPLES P IZ Z E R IA Italian Food Orders Made to Take Out

909 BROADWAY BAYONNE, N. J. FE 9-9536

Compliments of

In Memory of

MR. and MRS. HAROLD N EW ELL

JO H N J. SCOTT

282


Compliments of

KN IG H TS AUTO BODY, INC. RICCARDI BROS.

M R. and MRS.

Insurance Appraisals - Expert Collision Work

JO SEPH F. BU RKE

781 GARFIELD AVENUE JERSEY CITY 5, N. J.

Complete Front End and Frame Service

HE 3-7300

Compliments of

3 G

Congratulations to the Class of ’64

C. J. K IR K O W SK I and F A M IL Y JO H N

’61

MR. and MRS. KNAPP

M IC H A E L '64

B O B ’64

283


MR. and MRS. JA M ES S. R EG A N , JR . and F A M IL Y

JA M E S ’65

R IC H A R D

JA N E

JO H N

’66

E IL E E N

Safe Drug Company Registered Pharmacists

Frederich Hochstein, President

Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gloriande E D M U N D ’64

1 Anderson Avenue Fairview, N. J.

284

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Compliments of

Green's Agency Established 1929 Realtors - Insurers

E. W. M cClave, Inc.

Complete Real Estate Services

Owner: M ichael J. Green

151 Jefferson Avenue Elizabeth, N. J. E L 2-5400 Harrison, N. J.

Com plim ents of

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M cK e n

nas

C O LO N IA L BAR M ER SO N -EH LIN CO.

John M cKenna, Proprietor

Edward Ehlin - Insuror

239 CENTRAL AVENUE 164 NEWARK AVENUE

JERSEY CITY, N. J .

JERESY CITY, N. J. HE 4-2120

Compliments of

MR. and MRS. W IL L IA M C. M cC A H ILL and F A M IL Y Congratulations Graduates

Malatesta and Sons 772-3220

MU 4-6130

ADVANCE AUTO D RIVIN G SCHOOL Dual Controlled Cars - Fully Insured

252 LAKEVIEW AVENUE CLIFTON, N. J.

TONY M ONTICELLO Plumbing and Heating Contractors

Jobbing and Heating Specialists Electric Sewer Cleaner Gas and Oil Heat Installations

BUSBY’S CONFECTIONERY

235 SPENCER STREET ELIZABETH, N. J.

Magazines - Newspapers - School Supplies Cigars - Cigarettes - Candy - Soda Ice Cream and Other Sundries

EL 2 -2 8 9 4

646 MONTGOMERY STREET JERSEY CITY, N. J. 286


Good Luck to the Class of ’64

MR. and MRS.

W

H A R R Y BU R Y K

M A R Y J. BLUE E Burnett and Co.

Members N. Y. Stock Exchange Members Am erican Stock Exchange

80 PINE STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. Dl 4-5600

MR. and MRS. FRA N K J. M cC O N V ILLE F R A N K A. ’54

R IC H A R D P. ’58

A Friend

Compliments of

MR. and MRS. h . M cC a r t h y

Congratulations to the Class of 64

ALFRED J. M ARSHELLO

THE FRANCIS M. M URPHY FA M ILY

Funeral Director

235 EGE AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J. HE 4 - 2 6 1 5 .

287


Compliments of

H IN C H LIFFE CO. SALVITO RE J. G O TTILLA

A ll Types of Insurance

52 12th STREET

5 COLT STREET

HOBOKEN, N. J.

PATERSON, N. J.

Compliments of

MR. and MRS. FRA N K E. H ERIN G R IC H A R D ’50

P A U L ’64

JO H N J. HOLT 154 DANFORTH AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

MR. and MRS. JO H N T. HOLLINGSW O RTH JO H N

F. ’64

Compliments of

HON. JO H N F. G ILLIC K 880 BERGEN AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.


Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Sakowski and Son

20 W e st 22nd Street Bayonne, N. J.

Compliments o f

2 H

Jules Frezzo Oil Service F U E L O IL - KERO SEN E Automatic Oil Heating Units 722 25th Street

Union City, N. J. U N 7-0171

290


Greater Bayonne League, Inc. M A Y O R F R A N C IS G. F IT Z P A T R IC K Standard Bearer

3 C Compliments of

Dr. and Mrs. John J. Scotl足

IB S

and Sons 291


MRS. HELEN B. SH ERID AN W IL L IA M

SECAUCUS DEM OCRATIC ASSOC.

’64

M A Y O R J A M E S F. M O O R E Standard Bearer

SIM O N ETTI & S U LLIV A N Sport Shop

137 MONTICELLO AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J. DE 3-6040

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace P. Berkowitx W A L L A C E ’60

D A N IE L ’66

SH ELLEY PROVISION CO.

696 BERGEN AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

Compliments of

ST. D O M IN IC’S ACADEMY

SHELLEY FOODS 786 BROADWAY BAYONNE, N. J. 292


TOKER FUEL O IL CO. 24 Hour Service

Best W ishes from

727 LIVINGSTON STREET

M R. and MRS.

ELIZABETH, N. J.

ST A N L E Y T R U SK O W SK I P A U L ’64

EDW ARD

EL 2-0700

’67

Sunnybrook Farms Inc. Wholesale and Vending 248 Beacon Avenue Jersey City, N. J. O L 9-2491

SA V O LPS AUTO REPAIRS

12 DIVISION STREET JERSEY CITY, N. J.

Compliments of

MR. and MRS. ROBERT J. TOUHY, SR.

TEDDY’S - 1 HOUR CLEANERS

WOOD FLOORING SERVICE INC

Alterations - A ll Kinds of Dry Cleaning R. Krychkowski, Proprietor

HARDWOOD FLOORS Oak - Maple - Birch - Pine

396 PACIFIC AVENUE

John Gumina

JERSEY CITY, N. J.

655 NEWARK AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J. 7 9 5 -5 0 6 4 - 5 293;


Best W ishes to the G R A D U A T IN G C L A S S OF ’64

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Napoli E L A IN E

D IA N E

294

JO S E P H ’64


V IL L A N O V A RESTAURANT

Compliments of

Fam ily Style Dinners Our Specialty

Accommodations for 130 People Weddings and Banquets

THE V IG N O N E F A M IL Y

254 MIDLAND AVENUE GARFIELD, N. J. PR 8-4414

Best W ishes for Continued Success . . . B U IL D IN G A N D C O N S T R U C T IO N A N D M E T A L T R A D E S D IV IS IO N — L O C A L 274

U N IT ED A S S O C IA T IO N OF JO U R N EY M EN A N D A P P R E N T IC E S OF T H E P L U M B IN G A N D P IP E F IT T IN G

IN D U S T R Y

OF H U D SO N A N D B E R G EN C O U N T IE S A N D V IC IN IT Y Frank DeNike

A. Andrew Faccone

Business Manager

Financial Secretary-Treasurer

28-30 PA T ER SO N ST R EE T

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

A L ’S DINER

Compliments of

P H ILIP UFHOLZ and FA M ILY

COMMUNIPAW AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

296


A. C. C H EVRO LET CO.

M IC H A EL Z A R R IL LI

Sales and Service

Experienced Gardener

Car Leasing - Chevrolet - Cadillac

35 GEORGE STREET MONTCLAIR, N. J.

3085 KENNEDY BOULEVARD

PI 6-3786

JERSEY CITY, N. J.

Compliments of

R Y A N , H A R R IN G T O N fir M ORTENSON

YO RK ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Best Wishes

Residential - Commercial - Industrial

DR. and MRS. JO H N HENNESEY

John F. W ajszczuk

3 STEGMAN COURT JERSEY CITY, N. J.

JO H N

HE 4-8065

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FARRIER CO M PAN Y, INC.

LA D N Y BROTHERS SERVICE STATION

Plumbing and Heating Contractors

Automotive Repair Specialists

Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Lubrication 44 MONTGOMERY STREET JERSEY CITY, N. J.

345 AVENUE A BAYONNE, N. J.

DE 3-9163

UNITED RENT-ALLS of Shrewsberry

PARK ESSO SERVICE

W e Rent Most Anything

“ Friendly Neighborhood Service”

John and Gus Lau, Prop.

Come In or Call

479 SHREWSBERRY AVENUE

903 COMMUNIPAW AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

741-3490

298


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SW 8 -6 4 8 4

HE 3-7242

OL 3 -5 9 0 8

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A L V E N ’S PHARM ACY

MRS. PETER HENDERSON FLORIST, INC.

Henry Lenzi, Ph.G.

458 CENTRAL AVENUE

444 OCEAN AVENUE

JERSEY CITY, N. J.

JERSEY CITY, N. J.

Compliments of

BIR K PA IN T CO M PAN Y

H A R R Y CAFIERO W H IT E FRONT TA VERN

230-236 KEARNEY AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

180 JACKSON AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

Compliments o f

3 B 299


LI PARI AUTO D R IV IN G SCHOOL

Compliments of

DR. and MRS. CHARLES M. LO M BIN O

Licensed by the State of New Jersey for Complete Driving Instruction

143 MAGNOLIA AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

NORM AN

’65

OL 3-0554

Compliments o f

3 D

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MR. and MRS.

MR. and MRS. JO H N W . LEMAN

LAW RENCE LEW IS and FA M ILY ED ’64

JIM

K E V IN

300


Best W ishes from

C A T T A N I W IN E S A N D LIQUORS

MR. and MRS. Free Delivery — U N 7-2493

M IT C H ELL M. KESELICA

601 CENTRAL AVENUE JO H N

UNION CITY, N. J.

’64

Good Luck to the Class of ’64

MR. and MRS. JO H N J. LA R K IN

KENDALL EXCAVATING

Compliments of

MR. and MRS. ST A N LEY J. K IELB O W IC Z

ELIZABETH, N. J.

S T A N L E Y M . ’64

301


Congratulations to the Class of ’64

Compliments of

DR. and MRS.

JO H N J. M U LLEN

H EN RY A. T ER W ED O W

Class of ’25

Compliments of

A. M U LLER & SON Truck & Auto Repairs - Collision W o rk

MRS. W M . M A R Y A N SK I S U S A N M A R Y A N S K I and FRED ’64

457 YORK STREET JERSEY CITY, N. J.

METRO FORMAL W EA R CO Complete Line of Latest Styles

MR. and MRS. V IN C EN T JA M E S M ADAIO and FA M ILY

From

TOM and JO AN N E

Formal W e a r for Hire

219 OLD BERGEN ROAD JERSEY CITY, N. J.

THE M IC H A LEW SK Y FA M ILY JO SE P H ’62

RO N A LD ’64


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MR. and MRS.

Compliments of

D A N IEL J. DONAHUE D A N N Y and D O N N A

MR. and MRS. CHARLES K U Z M IN S K I

Compliments of Compliments of

N E W JE R S E Y ’S BO YSTO W N PRESS

MR. and MRS. GERARD C. JOHNSON

KEARNY, N, J.

COUTROS PH A RM A C Y G. Coutros - A. Coutros Registered Pharmacists

P. GAMARELLO Kerosene - Fuel Oil Sales - Oil Burners - Service Installations

100 MONTGOMERY STREET JERSEY CITY, N. J.

GEORGE J. W O LF CO M PAN IES Realtors - Insurers

245 JACKSON AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

173 SHERMAN AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N. J.

OL 3-6702

Best Wishes to the Class of ’64

MR. and MRS. HERBERT J. ZAHN, SR. and FA M ILY


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MR. and MRS.

Paints and Painter's Supplies

B. S Y P N IE W S K I and S. O K A RM A

509 OCEAN AVENUE JERSEY CITY, N.. J.

Compliments of

MR. and MRS. G EO R G E E. D A V IS

GEO RGE E. ’38

G EO RGE E. ’64

R O B ER T F. ’67

W IL L IA M

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JO S E P H G. ’78

MRS. JOSEPH F. REGAN, SR. Compl iments of

RON ’64

MR. W ILLIA M KOHOOT 306


IN TA G LIO SERVICE

Compliments of

Nite-Force

M R. and MRS. ED W A R D A. JU N G

33_01 h u n ters p o in t avenue LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y.

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H U D SO N C O U N T Y N A T IO N A L B A N K

S A V IN G S A C C O U N T S

C H E C K IN G A C C O U N T S

Deposits Insured Up to $10,000 By the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class o f '64

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Kelly and Family Mrs. Anne C. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Dust

KAN ES SW EET SHOP

389 MONMOUTH STREET I JERSEY CITY, N. J.

307


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MR. and MRS. JO H N J. LEM KEN

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NEWARK, SOUTH ORANGE, and

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NORTH CALDWELL, NEW JERSEY

2395 BOULEVARD (at COMMUNIPAW)

Insured by Federal Deposit

JERSEY CITY, N. J.

Insurance Corporation

LIT H O G R A P H IN G P R IN TIN G M A ILIN G C O R P O R A T IO N

11 B E A C H ST R EET N EW YORK

13, N. Y.

W O 6-3300

HUDSON T Y PEW R IT ER EXCHANGE

Graduate to Security . . .

Save regularly where your insured savings earn you more— currently at the annual rate of 4 % , And, when you save by the 20th of any month, you earn FULL DIVIDENDS from the first of that month.

Typewriters - Adders - Calculators IB M ’s - Photo Copiers and Supplies

Metropolitan Federal Savings and Loan Association

74 MONTGOMERY ' STREET JERSEY CITY, N. J, HE 4-8333

FOYE PLACE JERSEY CITY, N. J. |W here You Save Does Make A Difference!*’

316


P U B LIC SERVIC E

STAGG LUM BER CO.

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C O N G R A T U L A T IO N S TO T H E

C LA SS OF 1964

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Reverend Father Norton, Father Snyder and the Faculty for their support and interest in the Petrean. Our advertisers and Patrons who made the ’64 Petrean possible. The staff of New City Printing Company for their hard work and patience. Ben, Maurice and Victor at Vinodd Studio for their professional photographic work and advice. Dom Graziano and the S. K. Smith Company, producers of our cover. The New York Times for permission to reprint their headlines. Mr. Fallon for his excellent art work in the book. William Bannon for the use of his painting for the advertising section. Richard Henion for his portraits of President Kennedy and Pope John

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Mr. •McKenna* for his tireless work with our Editor on the theme. Charlie Miller, Chris Mortenson and Andy Wallace whose eccentric creativity is responsible for many of the captions appearing in the book. World Wide Photos and the World’s Fair for the use of their pictures. Miss Catherine Paradine and Mrs. Napoli for helping with the typing. Mr. Mizen and Mr. Azzarto both of whom now suffer from ulcers and heart conditions. Fr. Daly for his numerous and unexpected visits to the Petrean office.

INDEX 120-122 Advance Placements -.....— ____ 118-119 ....256-318 . _ 122-123 Art Club Assemblies _ 5------ •-------- ...78-79, 96 B an d -------- --------------------- . ......160-162 . - .... 166-167 -.9 8 -1 0 5 Basketball ----------------------........173 Boat Ride —------------------_ ...72-73 Bowling ------------------------........ _.1S5 Camera ( lub . ........... .62 Cheerleaders ------- I----. ___ 126 ........,86 College Boards--------------.......... .78 College Night —----- -------............174 .......... .79 Communion Breakfast --— . . __..-6-7 152-153 Dance Committee---------Debate ____ ^------------ -— _____ 106-107 Dedication M————.....—- .......... 4-5, 320 Dramatics — -----------._jul-76-77, 127 . ,.:9-35 ...... 135 Film Forum --------------—

.56-61 Football ----------------------- — Former Teachers — 1--------------- 178—179 Freshmen ----------- i---------------- |§---- 41—48 Freshmen Orientation------------------40-41 Golf ........................... 167 Gym Team ..'......... ..— - -— -112-115. Headlines--------- 36—37, 82—83, 138—139 Holy Name Parade ------------------------ 63 Hootenanny — — - — --------- ‘ Incidentals .— ,.80-81, 135-137, 172-173Inscape ----------- ------ ----Intramural Council ,-------- -------------- 5 Intrattturals T,~ r—. ' ■-— - — 98 It’s Academic s — ........ - ■---— '■■■r-:-* Juniors - ...............................- ' — 14a’ 124 League Leaders ......... - “ Library C lu b ---------------------------. Mass Of The Holy Ghost.............. UZ Mission Driven--—-----------|------..158 Mission Night -...... -— ..163 Mother’s Club ..... j---- jg National Merit ------ — —in rq? New Building..................................... ^ Oratory ----------------- ---- — .......

.250-2S5 Patrons ......68-71 Petrean .156-157 Petroc .. 133 Physical Fitness ----- — ■■ 174 Prom ------- ----....-..,135 Province Writing Contest Kadio Club------------ ------- — .124-125 'SklM-, 75 Retreats --------------- — _ . 170 Saddle & Bridle — — 49-51 School Year Begins Senior History -----------------------------l i l Seniors ________________S f e .242-243 Senior Standouts Sis64-67 Sodalities ......- ......... ........ 87-95 Sophomores .-----------------

Special Patrons — Jjfa ..246-249 Spelling Bee _ _ | — ......142. Student 'Council ——- ■*^ Swimming Team—.-----.----- 128-131 Tennis.

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Theme 2-3, 38-39, 84-85, 140-141, 320 Frack _ 116-117, 164— 165 .244 ---1—jtfl Tributes

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