THE 1965 PETREAN presented by
The Graduating Class of Saint Peterâ€™s Prep Jersey City, New Jersey
Mr. Joseph Sinnott
DEDICATION G rateful is an inadequate word, yet it sounds similar to greatness. Our grate ful spirits have recognized greatness in the man to whom we, the 1965 Graduating Class o f St. Peter’s Prep, dedicate our yearbook. Mr. Joseph Sinnott’s name is practically synonymous with Prep, and generations of stu dents have known his kindness, his interest, and his love for them. His joy and warmth have filled literally countless classroom hours. To use a quote with which all o f us are dearly familiar, Mr. Sinnott is for us "the true ideal of a Christian, cultured gentleman.” W e could go on citing Mr. Sinnott’s years at Prep from his high school days, which ended here in 1917, to his teaching days, ending this year. But statistics can capture a man no more than man can capture a s u n s e t . W e have known Mr. Sinnott in his ending, some of our fathers knew him in his beginning, all o f us have come to love him. It is in that love then, and in our gratitude that we offer him our yearbook. Thanks, Mr. Sinnott, for your greatness, for teaching us to stretch for the stars and, in you, realize they can be grasped.
"Segregation and aggregation. Separation of the evil ele ments of the world, and 'co-adunation’ of the elemental worlds that each faithful spirit constructs around him in work and pain. Under the influence of this two-fold movement, which is still almost entirely hidden, the universe is being trans formed and is maturing all around us.” Teilhard de Chardin The Divine Milieu
Tim e was when the atom was considered in the Greek sense: the smallest and most indivisible part of nature. Minute in itself, it is the building block for all material reality. As every student comes to realize, education has its lesser moments, yet the purpose o f education is to inculcate in the individual a realization of his own significance as a person and, therefore, as an educated man. He must come to know his smallness, realize his importance, and understand his poten足 tial. Education and the person then, have their similarities to the atom. In an effort to save their individualities, each should be considered indivisible and yet both act solely and best in conjunction with another. For an educated man finds himself in the world o f which he is a part. He must realize his potential to act and to make a difference in that world. Education shows us the world, and shows us how to begin to understand it. But education in the classroom sense can never be enough. It is that deeper education, a further and living understanding of what we learn in the class足 room, that we seek. W e will never be able to answer all the questions. Because of our finite capabilities, part o f our lives will always remain enigma to us and yet our life-work will be to increase our understanding of the world of which we are a part.
CONTENTS: Outwards and upwards through education page 18-19
Maturity offers us a realization of what we are . page 52-53
and the treasures which we have achieved page 88-89
But to understand our progress and ourselves. . page 128-129
to evaluate our shortcomings page 196-197
we need to travel downwards and inwards towards unity and tr u th page 304
Is more than long hours,
... m the intellect,
of the men who. . .
In nts root meaning education means to bring HER! to lead a man out of something18and towards something— something different, perhaps something better. T he educated fman is the mature man, the man W ho is aware of the ’world in which he ffids himself.|He is le% to a deepei| understanding. This process o f education's dynamics it forccs us'to perceive,|to apprehend. Often this is painful. T o |ealize|Sis pieaning o f5 education |ne must shed some blood, some tears, ai§l even som Jtof the "old % n % in ordfc to find the "new.” In our early education we are led flSPfrard, we move with a purpose. It is hoped that in our aflult lives that movement will become so much our own that we, in our t u r l will b e c o m e ^ fc w M % .^ 5 ^ i^ l n|t longer be led but, hopefully, we w ill end up leading. This involves a risk, alprice we must pay in aider to obtain the i|easure we are seeking. "Those vfio hunt for treasure U l S go alone, at night, and when they find it, they have to leave, a little o f their blood behind them.”
Very Reverend Emmet J . Norton, S.J.
Reverend Edw ard J . Snyder,
M r. Walter f. Illy, A.B.
Registrar; Director of Testing; German II
Mr. Joseph A. McCaffrey
Assistant to the Prefect of Discipline; Moderator of Radio Club
Miss Margaret Brent
Secretary to Father Principal
Mrs. Isabel Daley
Secretary to the Registrar 26
Rev. John J. Scully, S.J.
Student Counselor IV; Director of Apostleship of Prayer; Moderator of League of the Sacred Heart
Rev. Francis Stroud, S.J.
Religion II, III; Student Counselor III; Sodality Coordinator, Moderator of Sodality III; Golf Team Coach
Rev. John E. Brow ning, S.J.
Chairman of Religion Department; Religion I, II, III; Student Counselor II; Director of W orship
Rev. John McGrail, S.J.
Student Counselor I
Rev. M r. Anthony J. Azzarto, S.f. Latin III; English III; Moderator of Sodality II; Moderator of Dance Committee; Director of Mission Drive
M r. Milton Berkowitz Physical Training Instructor; Gym Team Coach
Rev. M r. Charles R. Burns, S.J. English I; World History; Moderator of Dramatics
Rev. M r. Thomas A. Buser, S.J. Art I; Greek I; French II; Moderator of School Spirit Committee; Moderator of Art & Poster Club
Miss Catherine J. Collins, M.L.S. Librarian; Library Science; Moderatrix of Library Club
Rev. Edward I. Dolan, S.J.
Chairman of Latin and Greek Department; Greek III; Latin IV; Religion IV; Moderator of Oratorical Society
Rev. Mr. Thomas F. Composto, S.J.
Religion I, III; Moderator of Glee Club; Assistant Moderator of Dramatics
Mr. John F. Duffy, A.B.
Math II; Latin III
M r. Richard Hollender, B.S.
Chairman of History Department; U.S. History I, II
Rev. Peter F. Hess, S.J.
Physical Science I, II
Rev. Harry A. Hoffen, S.J.
Latin I; English I; Religion IV; Coordinator of Father-Son Communion Breakfast Moderator of Sodality I
Mr. Robert P. Howard, M.S.
Mr. Vincent J. Kennedy, M.S.
English III; U.S. History II,
Rev. Blaise Jaschko, S.J.
Chairman of Modem Language Department; French I; Audio-Visual; Moderator of Riding Club; Moderator of Chess Club
M r. Lawrence W . Levine, A.B.
German I, II; Moderator of German Club M r. Christopher J. Lane, A.B.
Latin III, IV; Greek II; Moderator of Classical Academy
Mrs. Florence Lipari
Directrix of Driver Education 38
BESH H H I y-
M r. Joseph F. Lupardo, B.S. Physics
M r. Robert A. McGuiness, A.B.
Math III, IV
Rev. Mr. Thomas J. McGuire, S.J.
Latin IV; English IV; Moderator of Debating
M r. Edward G. McNally, M.A.
Chairman of English Department; English IV; Director of College Placement
Rev. Augustine W . M eagher, S.J.
Latin I; Moderator of Motherâ€™s Club
Mr. Frederick f. Miller, M.A.
Chemistry III, IV
Rev. M r. Ronald J. M izen, S.J.
Math I; Physics; Moderator of PETREAN
Mr. Robert F. Mulvihill, M.A.
Rev. Thomas P. Murray, S.J.
Latin I; English I
M r. Joseph A. Pacelli, A.B. Math I, III, IV; Freshman Football Coach
Mr. Clement C. Oâ€™Sullivan, AB., LLB., Litt.D. French II; English III
Mr. Louis J. Parisi, M.A. Latin II
M r. Charles J. Rooney, M .A. Math I
M r. Eugene Sanzo, A.B. History I; Latin II
Mr. Edward G. Sheridan, B.S. English II, IV
Rev. James V . Smith, S.J.
W orld History I; Bookstore
M r. Joseph W . Sinnott, M .A., L.L.B.
Rev. Mr. John P. Suruda, S.J.
Latin IV; English IV; Moderator of PETROC
Rev. M r. Robert A. Trabold, S.J.
English II; Moderator of Sodality IV
SIMM Rev. M r. Martin T. Walsh, S.J.
Latin II; Religion I; Freshman Basketball Coach; Moderator of Intramural Council
Rev. Mr. John F. Wrynn, S.J.
Latin III; English III; Moderator of Band; Moderator of Camera Club
A teacher’s day is more than full.
U5 OVER THE TD P
This year the largest Freshman class ever invaded Prep. Waiting with open arms to greet them, was an orientation committee composed of several Freshman teachers and a few interested seniors. The Program introduced the rookie Prepsters to Fr. Daly and the school regulations; and acquainted them with the various activities of the school and with the new liturgy. After three days of confusion and fear, the freshman finally met their teachers and settled down.
The Freshmen arrive and meet. . .
Fr. Browning talks about School Spirit.
And for our next number . . . 50
W e realize that we are as we are, that we can see as we do, only because we stand on the shoulders of giants. W e have a debt to the past and an obliga足 tion to the future. Education reinforces this notion. Like the atom we realize that we are small by ourselves, that we can act, that we can be powerful, only in conjunction with the whole o f which we are such a small part. Y e t we realize our small part is essential. Just as we cannot aqt without the world, so the world cannot act in complete significance without us. W e know this from Revelation: God has a purpose in creating us at the time He did. No other man can do the job which H e has ordained for us. Unless we embrace this mandate, unless we realize our capabilities, our job will never be done. W e must act. Action cannot be left to others. It is up to us to grow as individuals and so to have the world grow with us. O f course a man can refuse to act* he* can refuse be aware. The Ivory Tower o f delicious unconcern can be and is a constant temptation. It does
seem safer; it involves no risk. But risk we must: it is our commission to be足 come aware. W hen it rains, even an Ivory Tower becomes a little moldy at the base.
President: WILLIAM CATALANO Vice President: JOSEPH WEISS Secretary: DAVID SCULLY Treasurer: THOMAS DUCCA
Stanley Lenc Kenneth Katelus
Robert Mault Daniel McCarthy
Algebra: MR. PACELLI Latin, English: FR. MURRAY, History: MR. SANZO Religion: FR. J. DALY, S.J.
Robert Musto Michael Morale
Gregory Panfile Maurice Piergrossi
Michael Tsucalas Nicholas Staniewicz
"P h o o ie !! ! â€?
President: WILLIAM CAHILL Vice President: JAMES FOLEY Secretary-Treasurer: JOSEPH
Latin: MR. SINNOTT English: FR. J. DALY, S.J. History: MR. GRAY Algebra: MR. PACELLI Religion: MR. COMPOSTO,
S.J. Thaddeus Paprocki
William Norris James Plaza Stephen Orzynski
Joseph Zazzarino Paul Tyrrell Mark Selander
Robert Smith Stephen Staubach
Latin: MR. SANZO English: MR. MULVIHILL History: MR. BURNS, S.J. Religion: MR. WALSH, S.J. Algebra: MR. ROONEY Stephen Abate
Anthony Colasurdo John Campbell
Kevin Harrington Brian Fitzgibbons
President: ROGER VERGARETTI Vice President: STEPHEN TOMASZESKI Secretary: THOMAS SMITH Treasurer: JOSEPH STINE John Leppard
Joseph Romano Thomas Pastier
"Look into my eyes.â€?
Ronald Zingaro Thomas Wickiewicz
Latin: MR. COMPOSTO, S.J. English: MR. BURNS, S.J. Math: FR. PERSICH, S.J. Religion: MR. WALSH, S.J. History: MR. SANZO
m Peter Cetimch twrence Brudnicki
John Golashesky Raymond Flamm
President: GERALD COMPEAU Vice President: JOHN WINBERRY Secretary: FREDERICK VISKOVICH Treasurer: JAMES LUCE Joseph Lillis
_ _ . Thomas Page!
Joseph Romano Paul Pellino
"Daddy!” Fred Viskovich
"No Doc, not dead cats.”
Thomas Gallagher William Kruse
John Grassa William Heaney
President: RONALD LE GRAND Vice President: STEVEN MILLER Secretary: MARK SULLIVAN Treasurer: SIGFRIED FEURY
Ronald LeGrand John Lipinski
Latin, English: FR. HOFFEN, S.J. Religion: FR. BROWNING, S.J. Math: MR. ROONEY History: MR. BURNS, S.J.
Joseph O’Connor Guy Peregrin
Joseph Romano David Salzmann
James Shields John Spanton
Robert F inn
Daniel Lally Leonard Kiczek
President: DENNIS WONICA Vice President: CHRISTOPHER LYONS Treasurer: ROBERT CZOCHANSKI
Brian McGovern James Mastrogiovanni
Latin: FR. FOLEY, S.J. English: MR. BURNS, S.J. Algebra: MR. MIZEN, S.J. History: MR. GORMAN Religion: MR. WALSH, S.J.
Douglas Raska Joseph Paluscio Wayne Perrotta
Thomas Ruane William Trapmann Donald Sandaal
Thomas Sienkewicz George Sydlar
Latin: FR. FOLEY, S.J. English: MR. MULVIHILL History: MR. GORMAN Religion: MR. COMPOSTO, Algebra: MR. ROONEY Kevin Avery
Gary Ciniello Joseph Buzzerio
John Garibaldi Robert Finnerty
President: JOHN McCAHILL Vice President: PAUL MULLIN Treasurer: JOHN DOOLEY Secretary: CHRISTOPHER NICKERSON Albert Leier
Leonard Reck Anthony Panariello
"Now start ripping up the history books.”
Henry Wybolt Ronald Weglinski
Latin: FR. MEAGHER, S.J. History: MR. GRAY English: MR. MULVIHILL Math: MR. MIZEN, S.J. Religion: MR. COMPOSTO,
John Bonner Vincent Biondo
Joseph Colford, III
Peter Gerbino Robert Fuirita John Dailey
Eugene Greenan John Hannon
President: MITCHEL SYP Vice President: PHILIP SPOONER Secretary: ALLEN BAUM Treasurer: LOUIS ERHARDT Douglas Hollywood
Ernest Miller James Ortzian
Philip Spooner Mitchel Syp
James Walukiewicz "W hat do they teach them, musical chairs?â€? Kevin Williams
Michael D ’Arienzo
Latin: FR. MEAGHER, S.J. English: MR. MULVIHILL Math: MR. ROONEY Religion: FR. J. DALY, S.J. History: MR. GRAY Steven LaViola
President: PAUL ELIA Vice President: ALBERT BEAUDET Secretary: JOHN MOJKOWSKI Treasurer: BRIAN TORPEY James Polisin
"Step outside and repeat that!” 62
Uthough we have a brilliant scientific team in Fr. is and Fr. Green, General Motors lent us two of their er young prospects for a few hours. These men, Bruce back and Jerry Bishop, came to Prep to show off the rer developments being created in the workshops of f. Among their exhibits was an illustration of rocket vet, foam rubber capable of withstanding the imt of an egg, and a rather humorous experiment showhow a gyroscope can sustain the muscular force im;d by a Prepster. The real purpose, however, was the ther development of the scientifically minded.
Science amazes us
How not to waste energy.
The process of electricity.
Its scientific name is Pizza.
Jerry shows a Prepster how to
Fr. Shalloe delivers the homily. Go, and live the M ass!
As in the past, the Mass of the Holy Spirit was offered for the success of the coming academic year. The entire student body, administration and faculty assisted Reverend Father Rector in asking Godâ€™s blessing. But the traditional Mass of the Holy Spirit was outshone by the advent of the new Liturgical Rite. Many changes were assimilated into the Mass. Among these were the use of the vernacular, the further parÂ ticipation of the laity in offering the Mass and the transposition o fthe altar.
In with the
fo rw a rd
with the new
'An active Council strives fo r improvement”
Gerry Compeau, Dennis Wonica, Roger Vergaretti, Ron LeGrand, Jack Catalano, Mitch Syp, John Me* Cahill.
The Student Council, under the vigorous direc tion of Jack Cleary, brought about some significant changes as well as demonstrating real leadership throughout the year. Student Council monitors re placed teachers in the Cafeteria. A student ticket agency was organized and football rallies were revitalized. Whenever guides or school representa tives were needed, whenever money had to be raised or there was any job to be done, it was the Student Council that took the initiative. Because of their efforts, this was truly "the year of the Student’s rule.”
Jack Cleary, Student Council President.
Lou Natelli, Jim Burke, Vin Gurzo, Ben Messina, Bob Lembo, Dick Moran.
Mike Tornambe, Ed Wallace, Jim Ryan, Ed DePascale, Tom DeLuca, Tom DiMatteo, Pete Pizzuto, Sam DiFeo.
Tom Hayevy, Bill Flaherty, Ron Pochis, Jack Cleary, Jim Kocot, Hal Fitzpatrick, John Murphy.
Senior Council: Jim Kocot, Joe White, Jack Cleary, Bob Christi, Marty Conlon.
Very Reverend John Baptist Janssens, S.J. General of the Society of Jesus (1946-1964).
An essential factor in the growth of any Prep ster is his spiritual development. In order to pre pare the students for the challenges of life, Prep’s juniors and seniors were given closed retreats. These three days in the manner of St. Ignatius Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises are spent at Mount Manresa, Staten Island; Gonzaga Retreat House, Monroe, New York; and Inisfada, Long Island.
The important pause <»V".
Kr a MilP f i #■J?If
Center of the retreat.
Junior Sodalistsâ€™ Meeting Realization and a desire to help.
The Christian Apostolate was the major goal of all the sodalities at Prep this year. Various programs were offered, affording ample opportunity for all to participate, and providing each with the chance to Such apostolates as the Freshman Tutoring Proachieve greater maturity and understanding, gram, the Higher Achievement Program, Mr. Walsh’s new Community Youth Fellowship, the Christ the King Tutoring Program, and helping at St. Joseph’s Home for the Blind, have been inaugurated or con tinued here at Prep this year. Prep’s participation in the High School Sodality Union of the Archdiocese has offered all Sodalists the opportunity to exchange thoughts with others and gain new ideas. Prep achieved further distinction in this when Tom Zito was chosen president of the Union. Senior Sodalists discuss— concentrated action.
Fr. Stroud, moderator, and Junior Sodalists"W hat can we do?”
Cell Leader, Granville, and associates Ready, willing and able.
Father Hoffen’s new Freshman Sodality shows great promise in continuing the fine tradition of Prep’s foremost religious activity. The Sophomores, under Mr. Azzarto and prefect Ed Milne, instituted a series of ecumenical dialogues with clergymen of other faiths, and also discussed such books as Cardinal Suenens’s The Gospel to Every Creature. The Junior Sodality, with Father Stroud at the helm, encouraged membership in each of the Prep s apostolates. Prefect, Ron Brzenk, and a committee of Junior Sodalists and representatives of the Sodalities of St. Dominic's and St. Aloysius’s Academies con ducted an Ecumenical Dialogue for the Sodality Union. _ , c . Continuing past traditions, Mr. Trabold s Senior Sodalists pursued the Christian Apostolate not only in the world, but here at Prep. Their publication of the Christian Witness gave all a fine insight into Christian thought.
Sophomore Socialists To learn is to know.
Pat Montesano and Groupâ€” The challenge is here!
Ad Jesum Per Mariam
. . . and Act 73
Holy Name Parade
Father Rector leads the marchers into Lincoln Park.
James Bond here. Remember . . . Thatâ€™s the fourth at Aqueduct.
We turn left at Selma.
Harvey Hops in
Six weeks of long and drawn-out practices finally paid off in the Prep Drama Club’s fall production of Harvey. The audi ence began to see a seven foot rabbit on the stage and so did the players. Psychiatrists, bar-flies, and proper Park Avenuetype people all added up to Harvey’s credibility. A fine, allout production and capable acting added up to a special treat for the Prep students who flocked to the play in their usual droves, and a good time was had by all. It is even creditably reported that there were five rabbits at the stage door waiting for the star. Has anyone here seen Harvey?
HARVEY! Cast of Characters Joe Warzenski Morton Dowd .......... Phil Campanella Victor J. Dowd Ken Jennings Elwood P. Dowd ................ Joe Lobo Edgar Chauvenet, III Bill Hilliard K elley......................... Tom Monahan W ilson ....................... Pat Montesano Dr. Sanderson ......... Norman Lombino Dr. Chumley .......... .. John Winberry Phil Chumley ........... Richie Secare Judge Gaffney ......... ..............Dave Egan Cab Driver ...............
Sure. Everybody sees seven foot rabbits.
Seated: Ed Milne. Standing: Dick Moran, Bob Howard, W alter Barr.
Pete Sassone and Pete Pizzuto. 80
Under the watchful eyes of Mr. McGuire, S.J., Prep’s debaters continued their winning way during the 1964-1965 season. Seniors Henry Raimondo and Ed Kealy, saving their strength for the Catholic League’s Grand Tourna ment, in which they qualified for the National Contest, still managed to cop a few other prizes. Notable among these was the Best Negative Speaker award which Henry won at the St. Peter’s College Tournament. Henry and Ed also went on to the district finals of the National Forensic League debate compe tition .Juniors Dan Berkowitz and Joe Tavormina took third place in the Monticello Debate Tournament, after which they went on to second place at the Roselle Catholic Tournament. Another Junior team of Pete Pizzuto and Pete Sassone represented the Prep at Marist College and Good Counsel in Maryland, while Sophomores Rich Moran, W alter Barr, Ed Milne, and Bob Howard carried Prep’s banner at Brooklyn Prep and Dwight Morrow in Englewood.
Mr. McGuire coaching the group. Gerry Compeau, Steve Miller, Greg Duch, Ken Arestia, Kevin Harrington, John Bender, Tom Wickiewicz, Pat Caulfield.
The Debaters argue . . .
Marty Dolan, Fred Viskovich, Brian Rydwin, Tony Annunziato. Henry Raimondo
Left to Right: John Baldovin, John Milsop, Fr. Dolan, Chris Herchold, Joe Hartnett.
. . . As the oraters win trophies.
Fr. Dolan and National Finalist, John Baldovin. Joe Hartnett
John Milsop 1964-1965 was a banner season for Prep’s orators. Under the guidance of Fr. Dolan, S.J., they continued their tradition of winning in every field. Senior John Baldovin, after taking several firsts and seconds in Extemporaneous Speech, turned to Oratory. Entering the Ameri can Legion Contest, he won the Jersey City championship and came in second in the county. Junior John Milsop, another extemporaneous speaker, took several prizes, including first place at St. Peter’s College. Declamation speaker, Chris Hershold took a trophy at Roselle Catho lic, while origional orator, Joe Hartnett, rep resented St. Peter’s at Immaculate Conception and St. John’s University, and came in second in the archdiocese. Finally, at the Grand Tournament of the Newark-Paterson Forensic League, John Baldo vin won first place in Extemporaneous Speech, while Dan Berkowitz won second place in Orig ional Oratory. John and Dan won the right to represent St. Peter’s and the League at the National Catholic Forensic Grand Tournament held in May. At the district finals of the National Forensic League, Ed Milne won first place in Extemporaneous Speech, and John Nelson won first place in Oratorical Interpreta tion.
Marathon discussions begin
Father Faulkner, S.J., Director of CANDO.
Ray Brown of NAACP. Seated: Mr. Richard Riccio, John Baldovin. Standing: Mr. Martin Walsh, S.J.
As the year opened, the Students and Faculty alike were priviledged to benefit from the inspiration of Mr. Robert A. Trabold, S.J. ,who conceived the idea of the Forum. Running into the early eve足 ning, these intellectual discussions ranged from political views in the last election to the everpresent race problem. Everyone who attended these discus足 sions profited immensely and gained valu足 able insight into the problems which face America today.
W e find ourselves surrounded by technological advances. W e read in the papers every day o f something startling, something new. The atom is harnessed. Man finds fresh water in the sea, computers are doing more of our work and making us conscious o f our leisure. Radiation is used to destroy cancerous growth. Polio and the fear that used to accompany it have diminished. A Civilrights B ill has been passed, and we are striving to enforce it. Man has reached the moon, at least by proxy. Atomic reactors are harnessed for the good rather than the destruction o f man. These are but a few. W e realize that man has grown outward and upward. W^e realize that we have achieved something valuable, something lasting. There will be more wonders to come into our lives, o f this we can be sure. Reflecting gratefully upon these advances we are awe足 struck. W e know, we realize, we understand that we have grown. Y e t also, with the indominitable and insatiable spirit o f youth we realize that we have barely begun. W e know that our world is still scarcely out o f the primitive stage. There is so much achieved, and so much still awaiting achievement. There are worlds to conquer beyond us, and there are worlds to conquer within us.
Latin: MR. WALSH, S.J. English: MR. FORDI, S.J. Geometry: MR. DUFFY Religion: FR. BROWNING, History: MR. RICCIO
President: JAMES BURKE Vice President: GLENN WILLIAMS Treasurer: JOHN ENGEL
'Wadda ya mean 'Get out’!”
Latin: MR. WALSH, S.J. English: MR. TRABOLD, S.J. History: MR. HOLLENDER Math: MR. DUFFY Religion: MR. FORDI, S.J. Patrick Hughes
President: LOUIS NATELLI Vice President: DONALD WHITE Secretary: ROBERT CLARK Treasurer: ROBERT McCARRON Michael O’Leary
"I think it’s trying to tell us something.”
Steven Bronowich Daniel Cashman John Casale
President: LOUIS MADISON Vice President: BRIAN McGAVIN Secretary: FRANK RAGAZZO Treasurer: LEONARD SAFFORD
Replaced by automation. Math: MR. DUFFY Religion: FR. STROUD, S.J. English: Mr. TRABOLD, S.J. History: MR. HOLLENDER Latin: MR. SANZO
Daniel McColgan John Meagher
J. Brian McGavin
Michael T. Reilly
Frank Ragazzo Robert Poster
W alter Barr
James Barton Daniel Cook Anthony DeMizio James Dronzek
President: RICHARD MORAN Vice President: WALTER BARR Treasurer: EDWARD MILNE Secretary: RICHARD DROZD
"Farewell, I’m off to slay the Dragon.” Latin: MR. PARISI English: MR. SHERIDAN Geometry: MR. HOWARD Religion: FR. STROUD, S.J. Greek: MR. BUSER, S.J. History: MR. HOLLENDER Gregory Loftus
Alexander Zolli Ksaveras Vyzas Bonaventuras Vyzas Michael Steinbacher Sebastian Palmeri
Science: FR. HESS, S.J. Math: MR. HOWARD Latin: MR. PARISI English: MR. SHERIDAN History: MR. RICCIO Religion: FR. FOLEY, S.J. Vincent Gurzo
President: VINCENT GURZO Vice President: ROBERT FEE Secretary: MATTHEW ROONEY Treasurer: EDWARD LARKIN James Oâ€™Connor
I can hardly wait for the next 6 weeks to pass.
JT k Arthur Armistead
Latin: MR. PARISI English: MR. FORDI, S.J. Math: MR. HOWARD Physical Science: FR. HESS, S.J. Religion: FR. FOLEY, S.J. History: MR. RICCIO David Galbraith
President: BENJAMIN MESSINA Vice President: ARTHUR ARMISTEAD Secretary: GLENN COLACURCI Treasurer: JOHN MACHIN James Renga
Cannons to the right of me, cannons to the left . . .
Robert Diehl James Bedell Sergio DeBari Emilio Crincoli Neil Catapano
President: ROBERT LEMBO Vice President: CHARLES LANKTREE Secretary: MICHAEL REGAN Treasurer: SERGIO DE BARI
Michael Hanlon Michael Green
Andrew Jaz James Healy
Food for thought.
Latin: MR. SANZO English: MR. FORDI, S.J. Math: MR. HOWARD Physical Science: FR. HESS, S.J. Religion: FR. FOLEY, S.J. History: MR. GRAY Charles Lanktree
Daniel Osnato Thomas Podesta John Morris
I dreamed I was walking on air
Lunchtime Contests 97
to h o m k w je tto n A
V ARSITY FOO TBALL TEAM
Front Row, left to right: Ken Harbace, Line Coach; Bill Gargiulo, Bacflfield Coach; Players: Tim Hawkes, Jim Heubel, Vin Drobny, Frank Murdaco, Dave Williams, John Manna, Jim Daurio, Bob Kropke, Tom DeAngelis, Charlie Krick (manager), Roy Kuenne, line coach; Bill Cochrane, head coach. Second Row: Joe Urbanovich, George Wenzel, Ed Wilson, Brian Bull, Joe Guglielmelli, John Mercun, Dave Powers, Vin Gurzo, Tom Rindos, Tom Deluca, Bob Lembo, Glenn Williams, Bob Buckley, Bill Torpey. Third Row: Jim Van Blarcom, Bob Christie, George Luick, Tom Gumina, Dave McHeffey, Gary Ristano, Mike Malecki, Ken Hojnowski, Joe McCabe, Ed Garvey, Pat Lanni, Don Santora, Tony Policastro. Fourth Row: Bob Diehl, Bob Lewis, Bill Skorupski, Hugh Collacchio, Bob Ribaudo, Ron DeMiglio, Gerry Murphy, Chris Corns, Jack McCarthy, Marty Conlon, Mark Iannini, Dan Osnato, Brian Davis, Pete Sekel.
Scheurer pulls one down.
PREP 40 ST. BENEDICT'S 20 On Friday night, September 25th, St. Peter’s opened its 1964 season against St. Benedict’s Prep in a game which reestablished high school night football in Jersey City. Benedict’s won the toss and proceeded to amaze Prep fans by drawing first blood with a 67 yard scoring march. However, their lead was short lived; three plays later Ron DeMiglio connected with a 62 yard TD pass to Don Santora. Marty Conlon kicked the first of five extra points and Prep was on its way. Soon after, halfback Tim Hawkes scooted 73 yards on a trap play; Joe Urbanovich plunged for two, and Prep had a 20-7 lead at the half. In the second half, Prep picked up where they had left off. Hawkes took the kickoff and jaunted 87 yards for a score, then added another with a run of 48 yards. The Gray Bees intervened with 13 points, but Tim closed out the scoring with one of the greatest runs of the season. He broke through the line and either outran or bowled over seven Newarkers on his way to a 40 yard score.
Let’s use 240 quick-quarterback—no fake— wing right—full back flanked . . . PREP 0 ST. JOE’S 26 Because of the high scoring antics of the previous game, both Prep fans and players felt assured of an easy victory over St. Joe's. The Prep took to the field psychologically unprepared. They were met by a de termined football squad who was up for this one. The hungry Blue Jays started quickly, and after 10 plays were ahead 7-0 on a Tom Lomicky to Billy Griego pass and a Griego conversion. The rest of the afternoon was just as disheartening for Prep. Time and time again, the inspired Blue Jay aerial attack split our secondary, while a confident line, led by a former Prepster, Pat O’Reilly, beat us on key plays resulting in Prep being on the defensive most of the time. The final result was discouraging, but Prep left the field a wiser ball club. 101
Two yards the hard way.
PREP 34 SNYDER 7 Snyder fans turned out "en masse” for this game, determined to inspire their team into breaking Prep’s 19 year winning streak over the Orange and Black. They were somewhat heartened by the fact that quar terback Ron DeMiglio was missing from the Prep line up. Replacing him was little known Tom De Angelis, and the fans who checked their program saw the following statistics: height 5-08; weight 140; year 3. Despite his inexperience and obvious dis advantage in size, Tom turned out to be a fiercer "Tiger” than any of his opponents. Prep dominated the game from the very begin- ‘ ning; by the end of the first half we had chalked up 14 points on DeAngelis’ passes to Bill Torpey and Don Santora. The highly-touted aerial attack of Sny der simply could not jell, as their quarterback was constantly rushed by Prep’s lineup. After the break, DeAngelis, making use of his own deceptive ability and the thrashing speed of fullback Bob Kropke, brought the team to the one yard line and then took it in himself for the score. Soon after, Snyder made their only score. Prep’s turn, the kick off was taken by Tim Hawkes on the seven and returned all the way for the longest runback of his career. Most Snyder fans had left by the time that DeAngelis ended it with a four yard sneak.
High Powered Precision line play.
PREP 27 BAYONNE 7 For a little more than three quarters, Ron DeMiglio sat on the bench wondering if he’d get to see action. Out with a hair-line fracture of the wrist, it was doubt ful if he would play at all. Ron did get the call, how ever, and he answered it with as dramatic a performance as Prep fans will ever see. The first half was purely a defensive battle. The ball changed hands often, but no one could move it. At the gun, the game was in a scoreless deadlock. As the second half opened, it looked like more of the same. But then, towards the end of the third quar ter, Tim Hawkes broke loose and scrampered 54 yards for a TD, driving Prep fans wild. Our joy was short lived, however, since Bayonne’s Robinson deadlocked it again in the fourth quarter. Coach Cochrane saw the need for the long bomb and called on DeMiglio. Two plays later, Ron unleashed a 65 yard beauty to Mark Scheurer, and it was all over for Bayonne. From then on the Bees lost their sting. Tim Hawkes ran 40 yards to paydirt after intercepting a pass and, soon after, Pete Sekel recovered a Bee fumble to set up a score by Ed Garvey. All these were like adding insult to injury, and the injury was caused by DeMiglio’s tie-breaking pass. 102
A pincer movement.
'Tim smells the end zone’
PREP 27 LINCOLN 0 The Prep team displayed its best team effort against the roaring Lincoln Lion. Both the defensive and offensive units clicked to give Prep a 27-0 victory. In the first half, Prep’s line continually forced Lincoln’s quarterback Bill Sramowicz to eat the ball. These plays set the pattern for the entire game, in which our defense had its best day of the season. N ot to be outdone, Tim Hawkes scampered four yards for a TD, Marty Conlon added the placement, and we left the field seven up. The second half offered more punishment to Lincoln. The big Lion gained a grand total of nine yards throughout this half. Hawkes added another six points after a prolonged drive from our own 48. Two plays later Don DeMiglio hit Don Santora with a fierce pass and Don traveled 36 more yards for an easy score. Tom DeAngelis and Bob Kropke, Prep’s junior stalwarts, combined to give us a final tally. Marty Conlon split the uprights for the third time, as Prep added the Lincoln Lion to its growing string of victories.
Couldn't we talk it over.
PREP 20 MEMORIAL 14 Throughout the first half, our linemen easily took charge. The Mems offense got nowhere. But Tim Hawkes, Prep’s human bulldozer, pushed over from the three and then from the four yard line. Marty Conlon added both valuable placements as Prep led by 14 at the half. The show went exactly as predicted: Prep should run over the winless Mems. But Memo rial didn’t look like any winless team after the break. Two deceptive fakes gave Memorial two quick touchdowns. But "Terrible Timmy” came to the rescue with a spectacular 83 yard kickoff return. The TD gave Prep a ^ix point lead. The Mems kept fighting for the equalizer. Only the “luck” of St. Peter’s, joined with a jarring tackle by end Bill Skorupski saved the day for the Prep forces.
Now listen guys, as your new coach
Prep’s juggernaut. "To kill a Blue Jay” 104
"Q uit fightin’ for that nickel and give me a hand’
"Ducky” flies home
PREP 7 NORTH BERGEN 19 The walls of Prep resounded with "Beat North Bergen” for two weeks before the "big game” of the season. W in this we must to have a shot at the county title. Yet the Prep rooting secjion was very thin with North Bergen outnumbering us 2 to 1. Both teams were really up for this game. The play ers’ eagerness was evident as both sides were penal ized for off sides early in the first quarter. The first half was mainly a battle of defense, but North Ber gen squeezed a six point lead before retiring to the lockers at the end of the first half. Frank Miele, the "Tim Hawkes” of North Bergen, electrified the crowd with his 88 yard kick off return at the opening of the second half. This completely demoralized the Prep team. The Bruins recovered four Prep fumbles, and when Tim Hawkes finally put Prep into the scoring column late in the fourth quar ter, it was too late.
INDIVIDUAL FOOTBALL HONORS
TIM HAWKES: 1st Team All-State
1st Team All-Metropolitan 1st Team All-County Hudson County Back of the Year GERRY MURPHY: 1st Team All-County 2nd Team AU-State (Parochial) 3rd Team All-Metropolitan PETE SEKEL: 3rd Team All-County . 3rd Team All-Metropolitan BILL TORPEY: Honorable Mention All-County Team’s Most Improved Player BOB CHRISTIE: Honorable Mention All-County BOB RIBAUDO: Honorable Mention All-County MARTY CONLON: County PAT Champion
RICHIE SKINNER Backfield
KEN HARBACE Line
BILL COCHRANE Head Coach
ROY KUENNE Line
BILL GARGIULO Backfield
August J. Meyer, Principal of Dickinson; Thomas J. Whelan, Mayor of Jersey City; Tim Hawkes; Very Rev. Emmet J. Norton, S.J.; Rev. Edward J. Snyder, S.J.
"Hawkes earns his trophy” 106
PREP 27 DICKINSON 18 Roosevelt Stadium was a pool of mud for the annual Turkey Day Classic. Prep was out to avenge its loss to North Bergen, and nothing could stop them. Early in the first quarter, Bill Torpey, Prep’s "most improved player” of the year, blocked a Ram’s punt on the two yard line. Although an illegal procedure penalty nullified one score, Tim Hawkes promptly atoned for it with a scoring run from the seven. Dickinson retaliated with a score on a screen pass from Isabella to Lamonica. The quarter score stood six all. In the second quarter, both teams again exchanged touchdowns: Hawkes scored from the 22 and Teschlog romped 55 yards for a Ram TD. Only Ron DeMiglio’s run for the conversion gave Prep a one point lead at the half. In the third quarter, it was that old ever-valuable "ball control” which gave us another TD. W e had possession for 11 of the 12 minutes; it was Hawkes who scored from the eight after 16 plays. In the final period, Hawkes scored again from the one yard line before Dickinson rang up its final TD on a twenty yard pass from Isabella to Lamonica. The obvious candidate for the Tommy Meyers Memorial trophy was Tim Hawkes who scored all touchdowns and gained 270 muddy yards rushing. It was only the second time anyone received the trophy twice.
JU N IO R V A R S IT Y
Front Row, Left to Right: W ally Greenhalgh, Vin Gurzo, W ally Ryglicki, Mike Guglielmi, John Mercun, A1 Zolli, Vin Drobney, Tom Deluca, Joe Stancati. Second Row: Duh Davis, Moto Ryan, Dan Osnato, Bob Diehl, J. W . Booth, Jeremiah Mahoney, Bob Buckley, Tom Rindos, Dave Williams. Third Row: Bob Lembo, Pepino Daurio, Rick Sammarco, Ray Greene, Frank Murdaco, Carl Menk, Paul Simonetti, Vin Fusco, Tom DiMattio, Jim O ’Connor, Jim Pilla, John Manna, Bob Lynch, George Leppert, Bob Policastro, Joe McCabe.
eason VARSITY PREP 40 0 34 27 27 20 7 27
OPP. St. Benedict’s ......................... 20 St. Joseph’s ............................. 26 Snyder ...................................... 7 Bayonne .................................... 7 Lincoln ...................................... 0 Memorial .................................. 14 North Bergen ......................... 19 Dickinson ................................ 18 Won 6 — Lost 2
PREP 6 6 0 6 13 0
OPP. St. Benedict’s .......................... 20 St. Joseph’s ....................... ..... 0 Essex Catholic ........................ 9 10 Bayonne ............................. Memorial ................................ 6 ..... 6 North Bergen .................. Won 2 — Lost 4
PREP 19 0 7 14 12 19
OPP. Brick Township ............ ..... 33 12 Essex Catholic ................ Bayonne .......................... ....... 6 27 St. Joseph’s (W.N.Y.) .......... 0 Memorial ........................ 6 North Bergen ................ Won 3 — Lost 3
FRESH M A N TEAM
Front Row: Ray Walsh, Steve Fay, Brian Torpey, Guy Peregrin, Vince Langan Roger Vergaretti, Joe Lillis, Rus Piccoli. Second Row: Paul Lempa, line coach; Lou hrhardt, Gary Moucha, Jim Foley, Mike Tsucalas, Stan Klotz, Dennis O’Connor, Siegfried: JWMK Kevin Burke, Joe Mulvihill, Marty Dolan, Joe Marsella, Bill Kruse, Mr Joseph Pacelii, head coach. Not Pictured: Steve LaViola, Mike Argyelan, John Leppard, Bill Delaney, Nick Moritz, Joe Zazzarino, Gene Greenan, A1 Baum, Bill Cahill, John McCanm, Maurice Piergrossi, Tom Smith, Fred Vishovich. 107
"Ah, the life of a scholastic!â€?
A rt Room Rembrandts
W hat do you expect me to do with it ?
Besides being the "hang-outâ€? for temperaÂ mental artists, the Art Club this year has become the nucleus of the School Spirit Movement. Under the guidance of the suave Mr. Buser, its members have made posters which encouraged attendance at both the athletic games and at the dances. Another noteworthy accomplishment of the Club this year was the Art Contest held this April. Art entries in all mediums were accepted in this contest, which was opened to all students in the school. Prizes were awarded to the winners.
The finishing touch.
First Row: Wickiewicz, Pagano, Obreniski. Second Row: Jangstetter, Lamb, Quackenbush, Fitzpatrick, Mr. Buser and friend, Prezioso, Ferguson, Aquino. Back Row: LaFata.
Prepsters are inspired
John McCarthy, Sr. William J. Cleary, Sr.
Tradition keynoted the communion breakfast this year as Father Shalloe, S.J., a familiar face at Prep, spoke to Prepsters and their dads about their mutual responsibilities. Student Council President, Jack Cleary, acted as toastmaster, and his dad, class of ’20, reminisced about "old times at Prep.” Jack McCarthy, class of ’65, extended greetings to the fathers on be half of the sons, and his dad, class of ’43, greeted the sons. At the end of the breakfast, fathers and sons left renewed in Prep spirit and mutual respect.
Fr. Shalloe, S.J., giving the main address.
Prep thanks Mr. Cochrane for many years of devoted service. ", . . And I say let’s sing Jingle Bells.”
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Glee-filled Prepsters. filed into the gym for the annual Christmas Assembly, thinking of up-coming holidays while teachers worried about approaching mid-terms. Father Snyder thanked Coach Cochrane for his long years of service after the Prep band and faculty glee-dub alternately roused the assembly with several stirring yuletide num bers. Afterwards, the glee-club brought down the house with a few "inspired ones.” Everyone left with a deeper appreciation of the joyous season.
Ed Kealy narrates the Christmas Story.
Mr. Ronald Mizen, S.J., Moderator.
These pages u n fu rl.
Editor-in-chief, Dan Crifo. 112
Dan Crifo and Managing-Editor, Mike Gallagher.
Dom Pisano and Tom Zito.
Given the mammoth task of producing a yearbook as success ful as the 1964 PETREAN which won both a "Rating of Dis tinction” from the Catholic School Press Association, with a total of 960 points out of a possible 1,000, and a First Place rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, the staff of this year’s PETREAN was determined to assemble an even greater book. Among the many improvements in the 1965 PETREAN was the use of color photos, to brighten up the interior of the book, as well as the new School Spirit section, and a revised version of the advertising section. Despite the sweat and tears, the staff, under the direction of Mr. Mizen, S.J., and Dan Crifo, editor, decided to break a long standing tradition at Prep by bringing the yearbook out on time.
Sports Editor, Mike Yachmetz, and Joe Tavorminia.
Something is out of place here?
Oh. Hi, Father!
John Grish and Pat Montesano. 114
Mike Maleck, Lou Castelli, Photography Editor, Rod Proto; Tony DeMizio and Tom Quackenbush.
Tell me what you see.
Pete Pizzuto, John Kozarich and Ed Milne.
. . . their creators
John McCahill, Tony Nardino, Pete Babits. Joe Grillo, A1 Romano, Bob Howard.
Eat Uncle Miltie’s W onder Bread and—
Gathering material for Inscape?
Think I care?
Next time I’ll spit back!
W hen I push this but ton the Jug room will disappear. The proper attire—i
Hm m! Ivory soap bubbles.
Oh n o ! I forgot my cue.
W ho needs girls ?
This guy must use that invisible hair cream. hat’s right, Father, le day’s jug.
Now to convert the world. _________
I’d rather switch than ALSO And then take two giant steps.
fig h t_________________
Thanks, Tom, I’ll treasure it always.
She’s around here someplace! Ever feel like the walls were closing in on you?
Please, Doc! Not in class.
Deus ex Machina.
Who needs boys ? ?
TRACK TEAM. First Row: Rich Dietz, Greg Rossi, Ernie Baker, M att Caulfield, Nick Matin, John Bobowitz, Bud Minello. Second Row: Jim Pilla, Ed Garvey, Frank Vaccarino, Paul Miller, Mike Green, Jim Mottershead, Gary Schreck, Jim Daurio, Brian LaForgia. Third Row: Joe Filko, Bob Noll, Glenn Williams, John Murphy, Jim Bedell, Dan D ’Allesandro, John Dooley. Fourth Row: Russel Piccoli, John O ’Keefe, John Dougherty, Kevin Brady, Vic Blue, Ernie Field, Bill O ’Niel, Jim Renga.
The Trackmen pound the boards . . .
In his debut as track coach, Mr. Gene Maliff did a superb job in conditioning, training, and developing his team. Evi dence of his success is the performance of such men as Kevin Brady, John Mur phy and John Dougherty. The outstand ing performance of the indoor season was the record-breaking effort of the 1,000 yard relay foursome of Glenn W il liams, Jim Daurio, Gary Schreck and Tim Hawkes which set a state mark in the parochial school division. Enjoying its best season in four years, this year’s team succeeded in bringing new glory to the Prep. It is the hope of Mr. Maliff and his squad to carry their winning ways into the outdoor season, establishing themselves as worthy contenders for city or county crown.
Mr. Gene Maliff, coach, discusses strategy with Ken Koserowski and Paul Miller.
Frosh hopeful John Bobowitz.
Freshman flash Bob Pontone.
. . . to recapture lost laurels
"Life is a yeast, a ferment, an endless rat-race.
Seniors Vic Blue, John O â€™Keefe, Kevin Brady, John Murphy.
itf j Gary Schreck
Kneeling: Jim Regan, John Domalewski, Mario Lucchese, Mike Malecki, Robert Donovan. Second Row: John Monahan, Bill Sette, Jim O ’Connor, Jim Ryan, Ed Garvey, John Powers, Lou D ’Esposito, Gene Paolino, Coach Milton Berkowitz. Third Row: Dan Morales, Bob McGuiness, Vernon Jimmerson, Frank Sutula, Tom Kusen, Mike Coar.
The Gymnasts muscle, . . .
THE J.V. GYM TEAM. Kneeling: Tom Smith, Joe Flocari, Larry Brudnicki, Rich Musto. Standing: Cliff Kinley, Mike Reilly, Mike Louf, Andy Ferullo. . 9n
Bill Sette balanced in a handstand.
Tom Kusen tumbling through back-flips.
Co-captain Mario Luchese in a Maltese Cross. Mike Malecki warms up for the Lincoln meet with a pirouette.
Ed Garvey doing a handspring on the long horse.
. . . kip,
vault, and sw eat
Under the keen eye of Coach Milton Berkowitz, Prep’s gymnasts went through their paces with determination and a desire to excel. Al though still in the rebuilding stages, the team succeeded in bettering its previous year’s record, as well as giving a good account of itself in the city meet by capturing second place. Against such powerhouses as Snyder, Freehold, and the W est Point Plebes, they performed well above expectations. Burdened by the loss of essential veterans, the gymnasts strained many a muscle to overcome their handicap and to return Prep to gymnastic prominence. Supplementing this loss with underclassmen was not in vain, for this year’s seniors say good-bye to an extremely talented group which Coach Berkowitz recog nizes as potential state champions.
Jim Ryan, city side horse champ, doing doubles.
John Power performing a shoulder stand on the still rings.
John Monahan executes scissors on the side horse.
Mike Malecki executing a bicker on the long horse.
Gene Paolino doing a handstand on the still rings.
Jim O ’Connor doing an L on the parallel bars.
John Donovan ends his routine with a loop-off dismount.
. . . lack of experience
Mike Coar doing a vault-over on the horizontal bar. Dan Morales perched in a one-armed handstand.
'No, Zorro, it’s not that kind of a horse.1
Lou D ’Esposito fights a top lever on the rings.
John Monahan, Dan Berkowitz, Tom DiMatteo, Joe Tavormina.
If you move that queen, I’ll break your other thumb.
tackles world problems.
Maybe if you cut your hair real short and wear slacks, we’ll let you I join the staff.
In the February 21 issue of Petroc, Mike Scannell wrote in his editorial: "Newton’s third law of motion states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction.” So it is with the Petroc itself. Because it strongly attempted to be aware of its world, Petroc often met with controversial opinion. Mike Scannell tackled the biggest of big problems in his editorials; Ray Yannuzzi combined intelligent opinion with fact to keep many Prepsters well-in formed on current events. Able reporting by John Jacobson (sports), Junior Editor Chris Herchold (facts), Tom Monahan (hum or), and Joe Hartnett (w it), brought enjoyment to faculty and students alike. There was reaction, yes, but action too. And for the action and the paper, we are indebted to Mr. Suruda, S.J., and his staff.
Mr. Suruda, S.J., Moderator; Tom Monahan, Mike Scannell, Editor-in-chief.
Rich Baker, Kevin Brady, Joe Leone, John Murphy (not pictured: John Baldovin
'mlr eyes ardFon the future, let us not forget tifet we H ' "I N u lj^ y ji the present. W e m ust never forget^feait: i i e greatness t » t is our achievement today and our capability tom orroj^ilw ay% ests upon d in g s as they are. W e can built a great society only j f c g |^aej^ pab% of handling the society in which* we find ourselves injfertedjjiifen dream greSfes^id powerful dreams but dreams end and men must agrakeJ&nd ejtert ^ p g s e l v ^ n ^ y m u J strive and labor side by side with their A l o w M p . m o th lflfo d and c o ^ iu rlc a tio n are aspects of our Christian ed u ction forwfefth^'6 come to |inow^hatIwe are brothers each with another and tolether with 0 ^ f e ? 4 ^ ir ^ t:.B # e r lji o r e the technological ^advances o f mankind, nor may we a ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ S v e s to f01||et tha*anc^ ^ore , X o s t it was men wH| made these advances. In our stri|ing towards the fnrp-A the truth o f those ideas that com ! from living with one «ad*ifMKibAfc*«®60n> perhaps t B i f R3?e'|jS too
easi$lbrgo tten . Peopl\with ideas and greatness may I f universally recognized, yet peopte who need p X p le may very well be the lu cfe s t people in the world. W e seeW o understand our progress, we seek to Aderstand pw plves. First and fo re m o ^ h o u g h , weViust strive to understand one anoth^jfand this re quires an awara^gss for whiMi we all hope and p r a *
Peter Finn Paul Gamarello
The Lion’s den
Edward Greene Joseph Hayes
Michael Ippolito John Jennings
Vincent Arecchi Richard Baynard
President: MICHAEL TORNAMBE Vice President: CARL MENK Secretary: JAMES BLANEY Treasurer: STEPHEN WEIGERT
Donald Beirene James McNemey Carl Menk John Mikolay
James Blaney Eugene Rapcienski John Regan
French: ER. JASCHKO, S.J. Math: MR. HANLON Religion: MR. COMPOSTO, S.J. English; MR. O’SULLIVAN Latin: MR. DUFFY
Raymond Testa Michael Tomambe Stephen Weigert
•hard Barry John Bowens
'er Calantone John Casper
W hat price knowledge?
ieth Dombrowski Richard Dwyer
President: EDWARD WALLACE Vice President: MICHAEL DEDICQS Secretary: ROBERT McGUINESS Treasurer: RICHARD BARRY
German: MR. LEVINE English: MR. O’SULLIVAN Religion: MR. COMPOSTO, S.J. Latin: MR. PARISI Math: FR. PERSICH, S.J. Joseph Scura
Edward Wallace Fred Wraga
President: EDWARD DePASCALE Vice President: THOMAS DE ANGELIS Secretary: MICHAEL GUGLIELMELLI Treasurer: JOHN MERCUN Thomas DeAngelis
So it was loaded Math: FR. PERSICH, S.J, Religion: MR. COMPOSTO, S.J. French: FR. JASCHO, S.J. Latin: MR. AZZARTO, S.J. English: MR. WRYNN, S.J. Kenneth Pisano
President: THOMAS DI MATTEO Vice President: JOSEPH TAVORMINA Secretary: JOHN MORENO Treasurer: KEN QUINN Louis Lenzi
John Moreno Jerry Aquino
The burning desire to write
Latin, Greek: MR. LANE English: MR. KENNEDY & MR. AZZARTO, S.J. Math: MR. HANLON Religion: FR. STROUD, S.J. French: FR. JASCHO, S.J. German: MR. LEVINE
John Famiglietti Michael Devaney
John Gumina Stephen Gorbos
John Jordan Frederick Jacques
Look at that blonde! Joseph Hartnett
Donald Morello Gerald Meehan
John Ackerman Alexander Blahitka Paul Kiemey
President: PETER PIZZUTO Vice President: RICH FRISTENSKY Secretary: ALEX BLAHITKA Treasurer: JOE NARDINI
John Nelson Andrew Orson Ronald Burbella Joseph Nardini
Rodney Proto George Ruggeri
Latin: MR. LANE English: MR. KENNEDY Math: MR. HANLON Chemistry: MR. MILLER Religion: FR. BROWNING, German: MR. LEVINE
Kevin Wilson Ronald Zawacki
S.J. Alfred Sattelberger Stanley Wasowski
Anthony Bryk Carlos Cadalzo
Joseph Campbell William Curran
W eâ€™re short of teachers but this is ridiculous
Charles Kenny Joseph Jaeger Kenneth Hojnowski
President: JAMES RYAN Vice President: FRANK McELROY Secretary: JERIMIAH MAHONY Treasurer: ROBERT WALSH
Francis Spillane George Smith
Chemistry: MR. MILLER Religion: FR. BROWNING, Math: MR. McGUINNESS English: MR. KENNEDY German: MR. LEVINE Latin: MR. WRYNN, S.J.
President: THOMAS DELUCA Vice President: ROBERT KROPKE Treasurer: FRANK MURDACO Secretary: EDWARD VALITUTTO
Robert Kropke Dennis Rizzo
"You mean you don’t all love M E !”
Joseph Lakata Anthony Policastro
Latin, English: MR. WRYNN, Chemistry: MR. MILLER Math: MR. McGUINNESS Religion: FR. STROUD, S.J. German: MR. LEVINE
Paul Lamb Francis Murdaco
President: SAM DiFEO Vice President: FRANK VACCARINO Treasurer: TIMOTHY PURCELL Secretary: DAN MITCHELL John King
V. James Mann
James P. Murphy
Brylcreem doesnâ€™t work either
Latin, English: MR. AZZARTO, S.J. Math: MR. PACELLI French: FR. JASCHKO, S.J. Religion: FR. STROUD, S.J.
Joseph Reid Thomas Rindes
William Sexton Albert Tarzia
The Science & Radio Clubs . . . Every Friday on the third floor of the freshman building a group of would-be scientists, working under the direction of Fr. Green, S.J., perform experiments in practically every phase of physics. Some of the students work on such modern discoveries as the ’'laser" beam and the ''over modulation” of radio waves. The facilities of the physics lab are open to all the students of St. Peters. The only prerequisite is a little scientific curiosity.
But Father ,it’s only nitroglycerine.
Gee I hope it don’t explode .. . again. Frank Germinario and John MacIntyre.
President, John Caravello and Vice President, Stan Wasowski.
. . . experiment with . .
. other worlds.
Er, Steve, I think you’re electrocuting yourself.
Again under the guiding hand of Mr. McCaffery, the Prep hams continued in the fascinating hobby of amateur radio. With his assistance, more Prepsters this year obtained their amateur radio licenses, and now are able to operate the Prep radio sta tion, under the call sign of K20QJ. The members this year assembled a new rig, and also completed many new improve ments, such as the finishing touches on a new instrument panel. This year Mr. McCaffery s amateurs, besides contacting almost every state, reached such far-away places as Germany, Russia, and England. Ron Graziano and Bob Frees "work* some other hams.
Despite out opening game victory over St. A l’s, the Prep hoopsters got off to a slow start. Ineffective ball-handling and a lack of experience keynoted the first few games of the season. In the Lincoln game, Prep rallied under the leadership of Don Santora and Jim Blaney, only to falter as the Lions closed with a rush in their 50-37 victory. Heart-breaking losses followed, to Marist and also to Hoboken, and Dickinson in the St. Peter’s Christmas Tournament, as the Maurauders couldn’t match the previous feats in the holiday classic. Our only bright spot in this leg of the season was our 62-55 win over a highly-touted Essex Catholic quintet, a game in which the team was sparked by the deft all-around plays of Jim Supple and Tim Naples.
Zone defense. Leane rebounds.
The Prep celebrated the new year with its first league victory as we rolled 66-43 past a helpless Ferris squad. Big Jim Supple, ably assisted by Tim Naples and Don Santora, led the Prep to quick wins over Snyder and Dickinson. In the Ram victory, Bob Hurley and Mark Scheurer contributed stellar performances to the Prep cause. However, our drive to the top faltered as we fell to Fordham Prep and to the Bayonne Bees. Frustrated again, a two point gift from the foul line granted Lincoln a come-frombehind victory in a hard-fought battle. Although our record was disappointing, Coach Jerry Halligan still had reasons for hope due to the revivified spirit of the Prep team.
. . . On the Hardwood
Scheurer scores over Snyder.
The Maurauders, hungry for vengeance snapped their three game losing streak in a resounding 71-58 win over Marist. Bob Hurley scored 15 and Jim Supple hauled down 19 rebounds in addition to his 21 markers. Regis, Ferris, and Snyder fell in quick succession to the surging Maroon tide. These wins were characterized by the all-around consistent play of "Ducky” Santora and Tim Naples. In the tuneup for the Bayonne game, Tim and his scoring hand still smoldering, tossed in 21 to lead the Grand Streeters past Dickinson to a thrid place finish in the South Hudson standings. Prep closed out with a 63-62 thriller over a confident Bayonne squad, clinched by Ken Hojnowski’s two foul shots in the waning seconds. Santora contributed 21 for the Prep’s sixth straight victory, leaving us with a disappointing 12-7 log for the season.
Rompin’ and Stompin’
Blaney romps around a Dickinson defender.
Supple snaps it up.
Oops, wrong basket.
Why, you sneaky little . . .
St. Peter’s 35 37 50 62 48 53 62 66 47 — 53— 41 53 57 71 78 64 71 55 63
VARSITY RECORD St. Aloysius .......... L incoln....... Marist ..... Essex Catholic ... Hoboken . Dickinson ....... St. Michael’s .. Ferris ........ Snyder ...... Dickinson Fordham ...... Bayonne ........ Lincoln .... Marist Regis ....... Ferris ........ Snyder ........ Dickinson Bayonne ...... W O N 12---------- LOST 7
Mr. Jerry Halligan, Head Coach.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Bob Hurley, Tim Naples, Bob DeGroot, Jim Supple, Chris Corus, Mark Schevrer, Don Santora. Second Row: Ken Hojnowski, Jim Blaney, Tom Crowley, Jack Curley, John Russel, Jerry Daily. 148
Opp. 34 50 64 55 54 54 44 43 44 43 47 65 59 58 59 57 64 49 62
St. Peters 37 50 37 60 70 61 55 44 36 39 52 32 30 64 48 42 40 40 32 60 42 37
Opp. St. Aloysius ....................... ....... 32 Brooklyn Prep ................ ....... 69 St. Mary’s ...... 53 Marist ................................ ....... 53 Lincoln .............................. ....... 50 Essex Catholic ................ ....... 52 St. Michael’s (U.C.) ............ 41 Hudson Catholic ........ .... 46 St. Michael’s (J.C.) .... ........ 42 Bayonne ....................... ........ 53 St. Aloysius .................... ........ 56 St. Michael’s (J.C.) 42 Dickinson ........................ ........ 34 Snyder ............................... ........ 50 Xavier ............................... ........ 59 Dickinson ........................ ........ 52 St. Anthony’s ................. ........ 45 St. Anthony’s ................. 46 St. Michael’s (U.C.) . ........ 36 Snyder ............................... ... 62 52 Essex Catholic ........ Hudson Catholic............ ........ 49 W ON 6 LOST 16
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Dennis Boxeur, manager; Chris Lyons, Joe Cooney, Bill Belinski, Tom Gallagher, Bill O ’Reilly. Second Row: Kevin Burke, Charley Kauffman, Len Reck, Guy Peregrin, Eugene Greenen, Tom Pour. Third Row: Mr. Walsh, S.J., Coach; Steve Tomaszeski, Vince Biondo, Jim Shields, Mike Cantoli, Bill Morris.
St. Peter’s 55 59 84 59 71 80 73 54 86 75 64 86 86 102 85 79 65
Opp. St. Aloysius ... 54 Lincoln ....................... ... 65 Marist ......................... ... 60 Essex Catholic ......... ... 67 St. Michael’s .............. 51 ... 72 Ferris Snyder 66 Dickinson .................. ... 63 Fordham ...................... 66 Bayonne .................... 66 Lincoln ...................... .... 58 Marist ...................... .... 60 Regis .......................... .... 75 Ferris ........................ .... 46 Snyder ...................... .... 82 Dickinson ................. .... 60 Bayonne 71 W O N 13 LOST 4 .........................
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J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM First R ow Tom Cahill, Chuck Longtree, Bob Nodine, Mike Kirkowski, John Russel. Second Row: Dick Compa, Vinny Frees, Marty Ward, Mike Regan, Cliff Jacobson, Sergio DeBari. 149
Ray Kilkenny .....
a splatter, . . .
VARSITY BOW LING SQUAD: Paul Pecoraro, Carl Kaminski, Bob Smith, Mike Marszalowicz, Ray Kilkenny, Ron Kozakiewicz.
. . and
a trophy is won.
W ith no returning varsity members from last year’s winning team, Mr. Illy was faced with an immediate problem. The difficulty was solved, however, by the fine performances of Paul Pecoraro and Bob Smith. W ith these two sophomores as the backing power, the team compiled an outstanding record. Going after a maximum of five titles, they did the next best thing by taking first place in CYO, County, City and the Hudson County Tournament. In the last event they acquired a new record in the state by hitting a 2,968 series >*— top mark yet in a county championship tournament. Also, Ron Kozakiewicz rolled a 276 game for the highest mark reached in county competition. Keeping this in mind and the fact that four of the five starters will return next year, we are looking forward to an even greater season and, who knows, possibly a state championship.
J.V. BOWLING SQUAD: Standing: John Gabarino, Captain; Joe D ’Amico; Bob Kay; John Horan. Kneeling: Ben Messina, Joe Romano, Gary Cinicello. Not Pictured: Joe Poluscio.
The Swimmers Dive . . .
Mike Dedicos— Holder of County Butterfly Title and Frank McElroy— Holder of County 100 and 200 Yard Freestyle Titles and Holder of State 200 Yard Freestyle Title.
Into A New Season
Sitting: Jim Regan, George Wroslawski, Bob Finn, Ron Rinn, Dave Hanlon, Mike Di Petro. Kneeling: Bill Byrne, Jim Van Etten, Dan Cashman, Vin Arecci, Craig Fenech, Mike Reilly, Dom Pisano. Standing: Coach Kelly, Dave McClave, Captain, Stan Wasowski, Mike Dedicos, Brian Bull, Doug Smith, Joe Hanrahan, Bob Armstead, Frank McElroy, Assistant Coach Dunne.
A n d Fight A hong H ard battle u n til.
Backstrokers Frank Murphy and Brian Bull. 154
Coaches Mr. Phil Dunne and Mr. Bernie Kelly.
So what if itâ€™s polluted.
Frosh Star Mike DiPetro.
1965 Captain Dave McClave, holder of County 100 yard Backstroke title.
Breastrokers Mike Reilly and Craig Fenech.
Coach Kelly giving a few pointers to his star Frank McElroy.
Record Holder Mike Dedicos. 155
And if he wins, I promise to say my prayers every night.
As you make the turn, give him a kick in the head.
With A Photo finish . . . Records Dual Meets â€” 8 wins 5 losses Jersey City Champions Hudson County Champions
The discussions continue
Joe Hartnett speaks on Civil Rights.
Mike Scannell represents the conservative viewpoint on national problems.
Gloria Anderson, a Selma, Ala. high school student, addresses the forum. "Doc” Bullet of Selma and Lonnie Williams of CANDO describe the conditions in Selma. As winter melted into spring, the spirit of awareness continued to flourish in the Prep Forum The informed, the eager, and the casu ally interested met in the library for an informal discussion of today’s problems. They listened to and questioned the ideas presented by stu dents and guest speakers. Often, two sides of a controversial issue were posed for a solution. The problems may not have been solved, but the goal was achieved. The audience was made aware.
The Del Moni string quartet.
Mr. Del Moni introducing his string quartet.
A Touch of the
The true lovers in Don Pasquale. Don Pasquale himself. 158
The Ballet troupe swings into its finale.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the Juilliard School of Music in conjunction with the St. Peter’s Prep Cultural Co-ordinating Committee initiated a novel and noble experiment at Grand and W arren this year. Four performances were presented in the Prep Gym. Mr. Buser, S.J., prepared and delivered a series of lectures to acquaint the students with these varying and exciting art forms. A piano recital given by Robert Preston of Juilliard opened the series. This was followed by the Del Moni String Quartet. Later in the season, the Lincoln Center Student Opera Company performed Donizetti’s "Don Pasquale.” The last performance of the series was given by the Juilliard Ballet Group.
"Little Improvisations” "Pyramia”
Under the direction of Mr. Peter Fordi, S.J. and George Witterschein, Inscape once again rocked Prepâ€™s intellectual world with a brilliant format. Photography added a new dimension to the literary reviewâ€™s wide spectrum of articles.
Ray Yannuzzi, A1 Romano, Richard Henion 160
Bill Dwyer, Johii Baldovin
Providing reality through imagination.
D. Murawinski, P. Hughes, J. Joyce
The Men Behind the Flash
Mr. Wrynn, S.J., Moderator
R. Nastawa, G. Hammer, T. Quackenbush 162
Otlowiski, Juchnewicz, Donahue
Guardians of the literary arts
Miss Collins, Librarian McNerney, Bromirski, Dwyer, Mikolay, Czujko, Coppinger
Kelso in the fifth,
Petrean: circular file. Death Row. Practice makes perfect.
I dreamed I was a teacher.
H After a while, you expect ■ these kinds of things. You really know how to hurt a guy, don't you? I guess they’re going to collect the PSSC tests. I can’t take any more.
Preparing for Lent. Wljjp
Stick with me and you’ll be up.
W ho is this guy Sales?
New Guidance counsellor?
That’s right, keep running.
Must’ve taken a wrong turn somewhere.
Then I mopped him with a left hook.
W hat the heck is Gesamt-kunst?
Got a spot of gravy there, son. Painting Greek Gods.
now, Ichthyological dissertation!
I have a cramp,
I now pronounce you man and uh-er-ah.
I Hit the dirt! Here I comes Father Daly.
Think we’ll ever get out?
From our bookstore today . . ■
NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS: Bill Dwyer, Mike Yachmetz, John Hutnik; not pictured: Bill Dooley.
Congratulations A re In Order Last year, the New York Province of the Society of Jesus inaugurated its annual Province W riting contest. As we expected, the students of St. Peter s took first place last year. Again this year, the Province is to be commended for recognizing genius when it comes before them, for we came in first this year also, competing against more schools and better writing. As we place the laurel crown on our collective brow for the second time, we would like to express our thanks to the students who did as well as we expected them to do and to the faculty for their excellent coaching and teaching. W e look forward to next year when, with the third win, we shall retire the trophy to a permanent place in our school lobby. Special thanks must go to Freshman Mike Argyelan, who took a first place, and to Junior Mike Ippolito and Senior George Witterschein, for capturing second places. Their writing was typically Prep, and typically great!
Bill Granville, Mike Argyelan.
Mike Ippolito, Rich Moran; Joe Paradin; not pictured: George Witterschein.
Mr. John Martel and the Prep Concert Band.
The Prep B and . . .
"This is the best high school band in the New York Province.” Father Joseph Browne’s tribute was one of the highlights of another successful year for the St. Peter’s Prep Band. But this was not the only highlight. Under the baton of Mr. John Martel and the moderation of Mr. John Wrynn, S.J., the Prep Band presented concerts in Dickinson Evening School, at Loyola Seminary, and thrilled the Prep audience at its annual Spring Concert held here at school. In addition, the football games and the assemblies were all the better for the efforts of the Prep bandsmen. No one here doubts that the band has earned Father Browne’s tribute.
Arnold Sansevere, Secretary-Treasurer; A1 McCormick Drum Major John Scher, Vice President; Mr. John Wrynn, S.J., Moderator; Emil Grancagnolo, President.
Mr. Vincent Cerbone, Percussion Instructor.
. . . Produces Great Music
Managers: Ed Lambro, A1 Sattelberger, Tom Quackenbush. Not Pictured: Ken Piegel.
Mr. Whitie Czarncki, Clarinet Instructor.
PERCUSSION SECTION: Emil Grancagnolo, Arnold Sansevere, Peter Gerbino, Dennis Sheridan, Greg Sherry, Jack Carmody, Andy Lewandowski, Tim Kelly.
A n d Musicians
TRUMPET SECTION: Joe White, Don Morello, Bob Gualtieri, Jeff Vitale, Ed Truskowski, Ed Kidney, Wayne Nystrom, John Scher, Bob Jaugstetter, Joe Kilian.
TROMBONE AND SAXOPHONE SECTIONS: Front Row: Tom Novello, W alt Covello, Bill Rakowicz, John Nelson. Back Row: Vernon Jimmerson, Fred Jaeger, Vic Zarilli, Tom Podesta, Pat Shannon, Steve Wiegert, Bob Clark.
CLARINET SECTION: Front Row: Jerry Compeau, A1 McCormick, Tony Szpac, Roman Czujko, Bob Datzko. Back Row: David Scian, Bill Nagel, Charlie Collins, Bob Ruggieri, Steve Ribaudo, Joe Stien.
Mrs. Grezlak, Vice-President; Mrs. Brady; Mrs. Caravello
Prep Mothers Celebrate
Mrs. Marion Brady, President; Mrs. Nancy Russel, Chairlady; Father Meagher, S.J., Moderator; Mrs. Daurio, Co-Chairlady.
On Sunday, March 24th, the Prep Mothers Club held their annual St. Patrick’s Day Social which was enjoyed by 325 Irish and “those who wish they were Irish” parents. A committee headed by Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Daurio did an excellent job of decorating the cafeteria, and all were entertained by Mr. Carl Restivo on the accordian. Taking advantage of the occasion, Father Meagher, S.J., moderator, urged the parents to support the coming card party and raffle on the 25 th anniversary of the Club. The success of the card party was assured by the possibility of winning a ’65 Buick. Everyone had his share of refreshments and left with a bright Irish smile.
Fasting for Lent. Mr. Carl Restivo
One of the newer activities at Prep is the Driver’s Education Program conducted by the Lipari Driving School of Jersey City. This Program, designed to pre pare students for the New Jersey driver’s examination, consists of 3 Ohours of class instruction taught by Mrs! Florence Lipari and 6 hours of behind the wheel experi ence conducted by both Mr. and Mrs. Lipari. Included in the classroom sessions of the course are: lectures on traffic regulations, instructional movies, and, of course, tests. Also included in this part of the pro gram is a visit to night court, where the student has a chance to see how traffic violations are handled. The streets of Jersey City are the location for the driv ing part of the course which is climaxed by the student’s solo drive to Newark.
Mr. Paul St. Mauro; Mr. Donald De Mar, owner of De Mar Rambler; Father Snyder; Mrs. Lipari.
How many points for an old lady?
"Whale . . .
Did I see you burn rubber yesterday?
3 CH ARM S A N D T H E M AN Cast o f Characters Jarbash . Tolmesh Ishtar . Gilgamesh Ishtar P alin uru s..... Pious J. Aeneas . Ascanius V e r g il.................... Misenus ............... Cloanthes ............. Gyas ...................... B a r c e .............. A n n a ................ D id o .............. P a g e ...................... H a g ........................
Richie Secare Joe Suruda Bob Genatt W a lt Jennings Pete Currall B ill Tenuto B ill Sette . Ed Bongiovanni ... Tom Monahan Pete Sekel Ron DeM iglio Charlie Krick Joe DePalma John Domalewski Jim Kocot
Musical Assistance: Phil Campanella Emil Grancagnolo A1 McCormick -
Piano Drums Musician of all trades
on Prepâ€™s first annual Senior play
I’m gonna be awful sick!
Mrs. W onderful Human Being and Friend. At the end of March, the 1965 Graduating Class presented CHARMS AND THE MAN, Prep’s first annual Senior Play. CHARMS AND THE M AN was a musical comedy version of the fourth book of the AENEID, dealing with the stay of Aeneas and his men in Carthage with Queen Dido. W ith his accustomed brilliance, Mr. Burns, S.J., the director, managed to lead the cast calmly through weeks of hectic, hilarious practices to a completely captivating opening night. One got the impression that the cast enjoyed the play almost as much as the audience did, and such, reportedly, was the case. W e laughed both loud and long, we gazed in awe at the costumes, we listened raptly to the music. Truly, this was fun both coming and going. One could do worse than put on a Senior Play.
W e’re not supposed to answer questions like that!
Freshmen-elect registered on March 27, 1965. But Freshman Registration was not a mechanical chore. This year thanks to the co operation between administration and Stu dent Body, it was an introduction to the extracurricular activity of the school. This was a refreshing addition to a program which quickly introduces the Freshman into life at Grand and W arren.
W e’d like to have you, but . . .
Touch it at your own risk. Should we or shouldn't we ?
New Prepsters Arrive
That’s right, you’re too old. 181
W hoâ€™s the cowboy?
Winner and still prefect.
Trackmen don their spikes
ST. PETER'S PREP OUTDOOR TRACK TEAM: First Row: Ken Katelus, Nicholas Matin, Rus Piccoli, Matt Caulfield, Greg Rossi, John Bobowicz. 2nd Row: John Mojkowski, Jim Renga, Bob Pontone, John Murphy, Vic Blue, Kev Brady, John Dougherty. 3rd Row: Dave Hanlon, Jim Bedell, Mike Green, Jim Mottershead, Joe Peisecki, Rich Dietz, Gary Shreck, Jim Pilla. Top Row: Gene Malif, Cocah; Joe Filko, Glenn Williams, Bill Noll, Jim Daurio.
If we hurry, we can still make Father Smithâ€™s spring clearance sale. 184
I hear you have some sharp javelin throwers, Mr. Maliff.
Stay back! H e just stepped on a skunk.
1000 yard relay— John Murphy, Kevin Brady, Vic Blue; kneeling: Jim Daurio.
Boy, is she fast!!
Mile relayers— Gary Schreck, John Dougherty, Ernie Field, Glenn Williams. 185
Prep’s "new” Glee Club.
A1 McCormick in action.
. . . A sound of music rings in the a i r . . .
A new note sounded in Prep this year, and that a harmonious one . . . the Glee Club. Mr. Thomas Composto, S.J., the mysterious moderator, corralled the students, and, under his tutoring whip, some thirty Prep Men gradually jelled into a melodious choral group. The group, assisted by an assemblage of banjo, base and guitar, introduced novel arrangements of musical num bers from folk tunes to swing songs of the Sixties. The Club made appearances at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, as well as the Jesuit Mothers Dinner and school assemblies.
I think I swallowed' that note.
Baseball is here . . .
Coach Cochrane plans his strategy.
Joe Urbanovich at bat. Oh well, Iâ€™m not getting my letter anyway.
Tom DeAngelis, Prepâ€™s number one pitcher.
an d so is tennis Tom Podesta and Stan Wasowski First Doubles
Jim Hathaway and Jim Vanecek Second Doubles
Front row: Podesta, Quaglieri, Yachmetz, Pochis, Ruane. Back row: Joyce, McGuinness, Wasowski, Henion, Vanecek, Hathaway, Mr. John Kelly, Coach.
Mike Yachmetz— First Singles
Ron Pochis—Second Singles
Sebbie Palmieri gets ready to sink one.
Team captain, Bill Connolly
Don Finnerty, Joe O â€™Donnell, Fr. Stroud, S.J., Bill Connolly, Mike Mansey. Kneeling: Sebbie Palmieri, Joe Tempio.
Pat McGovern, Terry LaTerra, John Spanton, Phil Ufholz, Joe Butti.
The horses ’round the bend
Hey look, it’s Tonto. Do I sound horse? W hat do you mean, “Get a car.”
Geniuses at work??
First Row: Ed De Pasquale, Carlos Cadalzo, Jim Kocot, Bob Kropke, Tom De Angelis, Bob Buckley, Paul Mottola. Second Row: Mike Malecki, Charlie Krick, Bob Genatt, Bill Sette, Jim Daurio, Bob Walsh. Third Row: Pete Humen, Pete Regenye, Tom DeLuca, Jim O ’Connor, Fred Wraga, Joe O’Donnell. Top Row: John Jennings, Emil Grancagnolo, John Caravello, Tom Quackenbush, Joe Suruda.
Get her down from there!
Once again, led on by Mr. Azzarto, S.J., the dance committee continued to provide St. Peter’s with the top social functions of the season. Imaginative deco rations and themes added variety to the many out standing events. The combination of live entertain ment and popular records provided a good time for all.
Next year Liverpool.
Care to dance?
Prep A Go G o?
Watch out for the land mines,
Please, Please don’t be a litter bug.
Hey! That’s where I live.
All dressed up and no place to go. Exactly 72 beats a minute.
It wasnâ€™t worth the buck. I can do it to music too.
Nice guys finish last.
. . . and then he said, "Veut Dire f
In growing to an awareness o f our advances, we must also come to realize our shortcomings. And we have shortcomings both as individuals and as a society. T he societal shortcomings are apparent to all o f us these days: men are being kept out o f theaters and restaurants because o f the color o f their skin, abject poverty is concretized in the hovels o f Appalachia, those whose yen for personal fulfillment ignores the sacrifices necessary to communal goals, the stranger dying in the subway while others pretend not to notice, students whose environment hinders their effort to attain a level o f knowedge which comes to us almost as a birthright. Countless problems exist, too numerous for words. Amid the excitement o f the rocket blast off, suffering and pain trail in its wake. For where there is life, there must be growth; and where there is growth, we always find decay and even death. " I tell you the plain truth: unless the grain o f wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just one grain. But if it dies, it yields a great harvest.â€? (John X I I, 2 4 -2 5 ). But must there be as much moral death and decay as we find ? This is the question we propose. Our lives will seek the answer.
Robert F. Anderson
83 Jasper Avenue, Teaneck Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer L 2, 3, 4; Re足 ligion Medal 3; Petroc 4; W eightlifting 2; Gymnastics 3.
fames P. Astrauckas
24 Sixth Street, Ridgefield Park Debating 1; Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4. r
/ ohn B. Ayres
126 Linwood Terrace, Clifton Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer X, 3Debating 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Bowling 2.
Richard V. Baker
234 Washington Avenue, Clifton Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Religion Medal 2, 3; Debating 1, 2; Petroc 4; Folksinging Club 3.
Peter S. Babits
261 W ashington Avenue, Clifton Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Religion Medal 3; Petrean 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3.
John F. Baldovin
269 Luddington Avenue, Clifton Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debating 1, 2; Oratory 2, 3, 4; Petroc 4; Inscape 3, 4; Classical Academy 3; Library Club 2, 3; Tennis 4.
Louis J. Belle
1328 North Avenue, Elizabeth Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Marine Corps Trophy 3; W eightlifting 2; Folksinging Club 3.
Joseph J. Beres
361 Pacific Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2, 3; League Leaders 3; Hon足 or Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1, 2; Religion Medal 1, 2; German Academy 3; History Academy 4; Advanced Place足 ment Chemistry 3; Gymnastics 3.
2036 Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; German Academy 3.
John A. Bonavita
Victor J. Blue
407 44th Street, Union City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Ex足 cellence Medal 1, 2; Religion Medal 1; Petrean 4; Petroc 2, 4; English Academy 4; Cheerleaders 2; Art Club 1; Track 3; Intramural Council 3.
91 Magnolia Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debating 1; Track 1, 3, 4.
Kevin J. Brady
Edward F. Bongiovanni
827 16th Street, Union City Dance Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 4.
21 Crossgate Road, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 4; Petroc 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1; Track 1, 3, 4.
Thomas M. Brady
103 W est 42nd Street, Bayonne Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2.
John C. Brennan
212 Bowers Street, Jersey City Student Council 2; Honor Pin 2; Class Officer 3; W eightlifting 2; Football 3.
John J. Breslin
141 Berkeley Place, Glen Rock League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1; Sci足 ence Club 2; Prom Committee 4; W eight足 lifting 2.
Michael C. Bronowich
811 Eighth Street, Secaucus Honor Pin 1; German Academy 3; Base足 ball 2.
Brian W . Bull
Robert A. Brunhofer
48 Newkirk Street, Jersey City League Leaders 1; German Academy 3; W eightlifting 3; Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Intramural Council 2, 3.
445 Bogert Road, River Edge Sodality 2; League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3.
Kevin G. Callahan
2684 Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 3; Prom Committee 4. W illfred M. Busby
646 Montgomery Street, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; Football 3.
1515 Palisade Avenue, Union City League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3. John P. Caravello
145 Grand Street, Jersey City German Academy 3; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Radio Q ub 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Intramural Council 3.
Philip E. Catanzaro
Leonard G. Carusi
337 Park Avenue, Paterson Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; German Academy 3; Science Club 3, 4; Art Club 1. 204
110 Rutherford Boulevard, Clifton Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 2; Class Officer 2; Petroc 4; Weightlifting 2; Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 4; Folksinging Club 3.
Vincent F. Catanzaro
109 Allen Avenue, Allenhurst Sodality 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Petroc 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1; Art Club 2, 3. Robert C. Christie
1 Seaview Court, Bayonne Sodality 1, 2; Student Council 1, 4, SenÂ ior Council 4; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1; Dance Committee 4; Football X, 2, 3, 4.
Thomas J. Chromey
728 Humboldt Street, Secaucus Honor Pin 2, 3; Class Officer 4. /o/&ÂŤ
136 Kensington Avenue, Jersey City Student Council X, 3, 4, Student Council President 4; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Petroc X, 2, 4; Dance Committee 3; Football 2, 3; Intramural Council 2, 3, 4; Film Forum 3. 205
William H . Connolly
138 Gordonhurst Avenue, Montclair Sodality 2; Honor Pin 1; Religion Medal 2; Science Club 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4.
Martin J. Conlon
35 Western Avenue, Jersey City Student Council 4, Senior Council 4; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 3, 4; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Foot足 ball 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 2; Intramural Council 2.
Vincent D. Corcoran
318 24th Street, Union City Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 1, 2; Class Officer 1, 2; Debating 1; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Marine Corps Trophy 1, 2, 3, 4.
Thomas W. Corlett
147 Sixth Street, Wood Ridge Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4.
Joseph A. Corpina
147 Springfield Ave., Hasbrouck Heights Honor Pin 3.
Christopher P. Corns
81 W est6th Street, Bayonne Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4.
Daniel A. Crifo
Walter P. Covello
226 Danforth Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Ex cellence Medal 1; Class Officer 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
45 Booraem Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1 ,2; League Leaders 1, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Petrean 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Classical Academy 3’ 4; English Academy 4; Cheerleaders 3’ 4; Folksinging Club 3; Rally Commit tee 3, 4.
Thomas A. Crowley
232 Canterbury Road, Westfield Sodality 1; League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 4; Petroc 4; Basket足 ball 1, 2, 4; Intramural Council 1, 2, 3, 4. Richard A. Crisonino
16 Broadway, Bayonne Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4.
Joseph V. Cullum
Francis J. Cullum
77 Oak Lane, Essex Fells League Leaders 1; Weightlifting 2; Swim足 ming 2.
215 79th Street, North Bergen Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Inscape 3; W eight足 lifting 2; Football 2.
Peter W . Currall
716 Forest Avenue, Westfield Honor Pin 1, 2; Inscape 4; German Academy 3; Gymnastics 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Rally Committee 4. Charles J. Dailey
26 W est 49th Street, Bayonne Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 1; German Academy 3; Science Club 2; W eightlift ing 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 1, 2, 3, 4.
Francis A. D ’Alessandro
308 Second Street, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1, 3; Re ligion Medal 1; Classical Academy 3; English Academy 4.
T hom as M . D am ato
857 Montgomery Street, Jersey City Art League Leaders 1; Bowling 1, Club 1.
Robert J. DeGroot
201 Fourth Street, Clifton Sodality 1; Class Officer 2, 3; W eight足 lifting 2; Football 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4. Frank A. DelBoccio
7616 Kennedy Boulevard, North Bergen Honor Pinn 1, 2, 3.
Donald D. DeMiglio
366 Greenmount Avenue, Cliffside Park Sodality 1, 2; Student Council 2; Class Officer 2; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
J oseph P. DePalma
1019 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken Honor Pin 1; Petroc 2; Dance Commit足 tee 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Weight足 lifting 2; Art Club 1, 2. 210
Kenneth P. Devins
611 Bailey Avenue, Elizabeth Honor Pin 1; Germany Academy 3; Bowling Team 2. Louis J. jyEsposito
61 Bidwell Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Gym足 nastics 2, 3, 4.
Gregory H. Donchevich
20 Whitfield Street, Caldwell League Leaders 1, 2; Weightlifting 2. John J. Domaleivski
147 Chestnut Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; German Academy 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Gym足 nastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Football Manager 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3; Art Club 1.
Christopher J. Drabik
490 Pavonia Avenue, Jersey City league Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Petroc 2; Football Manager 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; Track 3. William M. Dooley
117 Magnolia Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1, 2, 3; Religion Medal 3; Ad足 vanced Placement Chemistry 3; Camera Club 4; Art Club 1.
Thomas G. Dunn
1120 Applegate Avenue, Elizabeth Honor Pin 2; Class Officer 2; Petrean 3; Golf 3, 4, i?. Driscoll
117 West Fifth Street, Bayone Debating 1; German Academy 3; Intra足 mural Council 4.
Edward J. Durkin
339 Main Street, Fort Lee League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Petrean 4; Library Club 2. William G. Dwyer
40 Essex Street, Belleville Sodality 1, 2; Excellence Medal 1, 2, 3; Debating 1, 2; Petrean 3, 4; Inscape 3, 4; Classical Academy 3; English Academy 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
David A. Egan
97 Jasper Avenue, Teaneck League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Dramatics 4; Prom Committee 4; Football 1.
Joseph A. Elmo
150 Manning Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; German Academy 3.
Edward C. Fedak
670 Avenue C, Bayonne Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Band I; Gymnastics 2; Football X.
Louis A. Far della
I 2 Mina Drive, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin X, 2, 3; Class Officer 2; Petroc 2; Football 3, 4.
Craig E. Fenech
65 Edison Street, Clifton Sodality 1, 2; Student Council 1; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Golf 3.
David P. Finn
542 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 3; Intramural Council 2, 3, 4.
Donald P. Finnerty
71 Park Street, Monclair Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Football 1; Golf 2, 3, 4.
Frank J. Fischl
526 42nd Street, Union City W eightlifting 3; Bowling 1; Intramural Council 3.
Harold F. Fitzpatrick Edward J. Fitzpatrick
18 Vroom Street, Jersey City League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; German Academy 3; Weightlifting 2; Intramural Council 3, 4.
86 West 40th Street, Bayonne Sodality 2; Student Council 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 4; Petrean 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; English Academy 4; History Academy 4; Cheer足 leaders 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Rally Committee 3, 4; Folksinging Club 3.
Wittiam J. Flaherty
356 Virginia Avenue, Jersey City Student Council 4; Honor Pin 1, 3; Ex cellence Medal 3; Class Officer 1, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2. Thomas P. Fitzpatrick
42 Bruno Street, Moonachie Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Philip D. Frezzo
1500 Central Avenue, Union City Sodality 1; German Academy 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4. John L. Franco
2005 Palisade Avenue, Union City Debating 1; Saddle and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1,2.
Anthony J. Gagliano
52 Aycrigg Avenue, Passaic League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1; Sci足 ence Club 2; W eightlifting 2. Michael J. Gallagher
153 E. Lincoln Avenue, Roselle Park Sodality 1; Student Council 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Religion Medal 1; Petrean 3, 4, Managing Editor 4; Football 1; Art Club 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 4; Intramural Council 1, 2.
Mark P. Geiss
17 Gifford Avenue, Jersey City Science Club 4; W eightlifting 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4.
Robert J. Genatt
1307 Tenth Street, North Bergen Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Ex足 cellence Medal 1; Class Officer 2; Dance Committee 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 217
Edwin J. Gilson
21 Neptune Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1; Bowling 2, 3, 4. Martin F. Golden
138 New Market Road, Dunellen Honor Pin 1, 2, 3.
Emil G. Grancagnolo
13 Vincent Place, Verona Sodality 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Petrean 3, 4, Business Manager 4; German Academy 3; Dance Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Weightlifting 2; Glee Club 4,
Thomas P. Greeley
50-D Addison Place, Clifton Honor Pin 1; German Academy 3; Bowl足 ing 2.
Raymond F. Grzybowski
136 Garfield Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 3; Advanced Placement Chemistry 3; Ger足 man Academy 3; Bowling 2. Michael W . Grzelak
25 Van Reypen Street, Jersey City League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1, 3; W eightlifting 2; Football 1, 2; Intramural Council 4.
Timothy J. Hawkes
John P. Gurski
42 Suburbia Court, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Religion Medal 1; Debating 1; Football 3.
72 Wade Street, Jersey City Sodality 1,2; Student Council 1 ,3; Hon足 or Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Weightlifting 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 4.
Joseph P. Henderson
292 Watson Avenue, Lyndhurst Baseball 2, 3, 4. Thomas J. Hayevy
74 W ade Street, Jersey City Student Council 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 3; Class Officer 2, 4; Religion Medal 2, 3; Dance Committee 4.
James A. Heubel
Robert E. Henion
151 Hopkins Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; Camera Club 4.
115 Highview Place, Bogota League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 4; Weightlifting 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 1, 2.
Kevin P. Hilliard
215 Byrd Avenue, Scotch Plains Sodality 1; Honor Pin 2. Wayne C. Hoffman
171 Bowers Street, Jersey City Honor Pin Ij Science Club 2; Football 1, 2 .
Robert P. Hurley
291 Linden Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; German Academy 3; Sci足 ence Club 2; W eightlifting 3; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 1 , 2> 4.
209 Linden Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 3; German Academy 3; Advanced Placement Chemistry 3; Radio Club 1.
Jfl® C. Jacobson
333 Avenue C, Bayonne Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Petroc 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2.
A lfred M. Huziarski
44 Penobscot Street, Clifton Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debat ing 1; Advanced Placement Chemistry 3; Science Club 3, 4; Radio Club 2, 3, 4.
Kenneth T . Jennings
24 Terrace Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Class Officer 2, 3; Debating 1; Oratory 1; Dramatics 1, 2 3 4- Inscape 1; Chess Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4.
T„ , . W a lte r A . JenmngS 234 ^ Street> West New York Sodality 1; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Sad dle and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1.
Edward R. Kealy
312 Summit Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Debating 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleaders 4.
Joseph S. Kemprowski
83-B Williams Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 1; Debat足 ing 1, 2; Football 1, 2.
James P. Kocot
Gerard F. Kinch
89 Lord Avenue, Bayonne Sodality 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1 ,3; Religion Medal 2, 3; Library Club 1, 2, 3.
160 Hopkins Avenue, Jersey City Student Council 3, 4, Senior Council 4 Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2, 3 Science Club 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Prom Committee 4; Weightlifting 2 Art Club 1.
Kenneth C. Koserowski
92 W est Eighth Street, Bayonne W eightlifting 2; Football 1, 2, 3, Art Club 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Peter W . Kornutick
, 266 Neptune Avenue, Jersey City W eightlifting 2.
Richard L. Krasuski
121 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City League Leaders 3. Ronald J. Kozakiewicz
272 Hancock Avenue, Jersey City League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 3; De足 bating 1; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4.
Charles W . Krick
24 Maple Street, Little Ferry Honor Pin 1, 3; Class Officer 1, 2; Ger足 man Academy 3; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Saddle and Bridle Club 2; W eightlifting 2; Football Man足 ager 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2.
Andrew J. Kuhica
101 Hickory Street, Carteret Sodality 1, 2, 3; League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Science Club 3, 4; Radio Club 1; Library Club 2; Bookstore 2, 3; Bowling 2, 3, 4.
Joseph M. Kuleszynski
211 Linden Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 3; Excellence Medal 3.
Leonard A. LaFata
534 Hillcrest Avenue, Ridgefield Inscape 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Saddle and Bridle Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Robert H. Lahue
52 Bell Drive, Westfield Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Ex足 cellence Medal 2, 3; Debating 1; Petroc 4; Classical Academy 3; German Acad足 emy 3; History Academy 4; Science Club 2, 3; W eightlifting 2; Track 3, 4.
Edward G. Lambro
32 Holly Street, Clifton League Leaders 3; Debating 1; Library Club 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 4.
Robert J. Lane
116 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; Weightlifting 3, 4. Pas quale A. Lanni
1108 Avenue C, Bayonne Sodality 1; Student Council 3, 4; League Leaders 1, 2; Class Officer 3, 4; Dance Committee 4; Library Club 1; Weight足 lifting 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1. 226
Terrance LaT err a
6503 Palisade Avenue, W est New York Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Saddle and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Frank X . Laslo
171 Cator Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2; Radio Club 1; Bowling 2, 3, 4.
Michael P. Lennon
140 West Eighth Street, Bayonne Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Class Offic足 er 2, 3Thomas J. Leane
I 8I/2 Magnolia Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1, 4; German Academy 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra足 mural Council 1, 2, 3, 4. 227
Norman J. F. Lombino
449 Union Avenue, Elizabeth Sodality 1; Class Officer 1, 3, 4; Debat足 ing 1; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Petrean 3, 4, Faculty Editor 4; Glee Club 4. Richard A. Licursi
222 Ctister Avenue, Jersey City Debating 1; German Academy 3; Science Club 3; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4.
Michael f. Malecki
Mario W. Lucchese
428 Sussex Street, Harrison Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 3; Weightlifting 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4, Captain 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3. 228
384 Princeton Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Offic er X; Petrean 4; Dance Committee 4 Prom Committee 4; Weightlifting 3, 4 Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Art Club 3, 4; Marine Corps Trophy 2, 3
William J. Mangiapane
76 Major Avenue, Staten Island, N. Y. Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 2; Football 1, 2, 3. Lincoln L. Manzi
503 Tuttle Avenue, Spring Lake Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debat足 ing 1; Petroc 1; Track 1; Golf 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 3, 4.
Michael A. Marzalowicz
444 Livingston Road, Linden Honor Pin Bp German Academy 3; Sci足 ence Club 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4.
Fraw/k J. Martucci
273 Grant Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Weight足 lifting 2; Art Club 2.
David E. McClave
180 Renshaw Avenue, East Orange League Leaders 1; Prom Committee 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4.
John P. McCarthy
56 Mount Airy Road, Bernardsville Sodality 2; Student Council 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Marine Corps Trophy 2, 3; Science Club 2; Foot足 ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1.
Albert E. McCormick
314 Hill Street, Boonton Student Council 2; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2; German Academy 3; Dance Committee 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4.
William J. McGivern
266 Monti cello Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1,2.
David P. M cHeffey
324 Hillcrest Road, Ridgewood Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics 1; Foot足 ball 3, 4.
John C. McMahon
317 Fairmount Avenue, Jersey City Dance Committee 1, 2; Intramural Coun足 cil 2, 3, 4.
Gene E. Messner
Gregory W . Meehan
849 Robert Street, Rahway Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1; Debating X; German Academy 3; W eightlifting 2; Glee Club 4.
540 Prospect Avenue, Ridgefield Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 3; Honor Pin X, 2; Art Club X.
Thomas A. Monahan
Paul W . Miller
44 Courrier Place, Rutherford Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Ex足 cellence Medal 2; Debating 1; Dramatics 3, 4; Petroc 4; History Academy 4; W eightlifting 2; Art Club 1.
6 East Street, Jersey City Sodality 1; Saddle and Bridle Club 2; W eighlifting 2, 3; Track 3, 4.
Robert E. Morahan
John A. Moore
46 Gates Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Bowl足 ing 2.
431 Maple Avenue, Rahway Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 1; Petroc 4; Science Club 2; Basketball 1; Intramural Council 2, 3, 4.
James T . Moriarty
78 W ade Street, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 3; German Academy 3. Frank J. M urphy
17 Van Reypen Street, Jersey City Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4.
Gerald E. Murphy
85 W est 42nd Street, Bayonne Sodality 1, 2; Student Council 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; W eightlift足 ing 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
3 Heckman Drive, Jersey City Sodality 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Hon足 or Pin 4; Petroc 4; Science Club 3; In足 tramural Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
Timothy F. M urphy
5 Dafrack Drive, Lake Hiawatha Sodality 1.
Louis J. Muzzarini
204 Myrtle Avenue, Jersey City League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 4; German Academy 3; Ad vanced Placement Chemistry 3.
John E. Myers
323 Henderson Street, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Germany Academy 3; Dance Committee 1; Basketball 2; Intra足 mural Council 2, 3.
William J. Nagel
2 Jefferson Place, Moonachie Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debat足 ing 1; Band 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1.
Anthony G. Nardino
229 Midland Avenue, Garfield Sodality 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 3; Hon足 or Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Petrean 4; Petroc 4; Classical Academy 3, 4. Thomas J. Naples
13 Mill Road, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Bas足 ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 1, 2, 3, 4.
John G. Navarra
4 Northgate Drive, Lakewood Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; German Club 3; Ad足 vanced Placement Chemistry 3. Raymond P. Nastawa
37 College Drive, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin X, 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; Advanced Placement Chemis足 try 3. 235
fv^y 31 Alps Road, Wayne Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4. Robert J. Noll
92 Poplar Street, Jersey City Football 2, 3; Track 4.
II Richard J. O’Brien
45 Cummit Cross, Rutherford Radio Club 1; Camera Club 1; Art Club 1, 2 . P. O’Brien
25 Duryea Road, Upper Montclair Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debating 1; Petroc 3, 4; Classical Academy 3; Track 3; Golf 3, 4. 236
Thomas F. Ochab
17 Krakow Street, Garfield Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debating t ; Science Club 3. James F. O’Connor
12 Bidwell Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 2; Student Council 3; Class Offic er 1, 3; Dramatics 4; Petrean 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4.
Timothy F. O'Connor
100 W aldo Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Gymnastics 2; Swimming 2; Football 3.
Joseph T. O’Donnell
292 Harrison Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Dance Committee 3, 4; Bas ketball Manager 1; Art Club 1, 2; Golf 2 3 4; Intramural Council 3, 4. 237
Lawrence J. O’Rourke
301 Larch Avenue, Bogota League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 3; Class Officer 1, 4; Petroc 4.
John W . O’K eefe
117 W est Third Street, Clifton Sodality 2, 3; League Leaders i | Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Track 3, 4.
54 Moonachie Road, Moonachie Debating 1; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1.
Steven T. Pandolfo
107 Highland Avenue, Jersey City Debating 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Eugene T . Paolino
592 Ocean Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debat足 ing ffc Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Marine Corps Trophy 3.
Joseph M. Paradin
15 East Central Avenue, Bergenfield Sodality 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2, 3; Inscape 2, 3, 4; German Academy 3; English Academy 4; W eightlifting 2; Art Club 1, 2 .
Dominic D. Pisano
Joseph E. Pilla
73 Colgate Street, Jersey City League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 3, 4; Library Club 1, 2.
79 West 54th Street, Bayonne Sodality 1,2; Honor Pin 1, 3; Petrean 4; German Academy 3; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 3; Glee Club 4.
G eorge W . Podolak
99 Morris Street, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 4; W eightlifting 2. Ronald E. Pochis
' 161 West Ninth Street, Bayonne Student Council 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 2; Class Officer 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3.
Michael R. Polcari
319-A 22nd Street, Union City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debating 1; Track 3. Raymond R. Polakowski
266 Hutton Street, Jersey City Swimming 1, 2; Camera Club 3.
Thomas G. Quackenbush
47 Davis Avenue, W hite Plains, N. Y. Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders SJ Honor Pin 3; Petrean 4; German Academy 3; Dance Committee 2, 4; Prom Committee 4; Band Manager 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 2; Art Club 1,2, 3, 4.
Henry J. Raimondo
203 Lexington Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 3; De足 bating 1, 2, 3, 4; Oratory 2; History Academy 4; Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4.
James S. Regan
377 Charlton Avenue, South Orange Honor Pin 2, 3; Class Officer 4; Swim足 ming 1, 2, 3, 4.
Robert D. Ribaudo
41 Neptune Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 3; Class Officer 3; Weightlifting 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Gregory C. Riso
430 New York Avenue, Jersey City League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 3; Class Officer 1; Debating 1; Bowling 1, 2. Gary A. Ristaino
106 Magnolia Avenue, Jersey City Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 2, 3; Gymnas足 tics 1, 2, 3; Football 3, 4; Art Club 1; Intramural Council 3.
Michael J. Rogers
105 West 42nd Street, Bayonne Honor Pin 1, 2; Debating 1; Basketball 1, 2.
John J. Rossi
833 Avenue C, Bayonne Class Officer 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
John M. Rusnak
519-A Palisade Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 2; Honor Pin X, 2, 3; Science Club 2; Advanced Placement Chemistry 3. Erhardt Rupprecht
513 Eighth Street, Union City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1; Debating 1; Radio Club 2, 3.
Anthony J. Salemi
277 Palisade Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 1. Robert H. Sacilowski
969 Avenue C, Bayonne Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 2, 3; Hon足 or Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 3; Art Club 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Intramural Coun足 cil 3, 4. 243
Donald J. Santora
249 New York Avenue, Jersey City Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Arnold J. Sansevere
99 'third Street, Wood-Ridge League Leaders 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4.
]ohn E. Scher
149 Harrison Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, VicePresident 4. Michael D. Scannel'l
151 Fifth Street, Wood-Ridge Honor Pin 1, 2; Petroc 2, 3, 4, Editorin-Chief 4.
Mark E. Scheurer
595 W est Side Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Senior Council 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Offic足 er 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Base足 ball 2; Basketball 3, 4; Track 1, 4; In足 tramural Council 4.
James J. Seaman
92 Riverview Road, Jersey City Swimming 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 2.
Richard S. Secare
5508 Grant Place, W est New York Class Officer 2; Dramatics 4; Dance Com足 mittee 3, 4; Prom Committee 4.
26 West 26th Street, Bayonne German Academy 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3.
Cullen M. Smith
10 Carol Court, Somerset Honor Pin 2, 3.
William F. Sette
410 Ninth Street, Union City Student Council 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 2, 3; Religion Medal 2 Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4 Gymnastics 2, 3, 4.
Harold M. Smith
46 Condict Street, Jersey City Science Club 4; Radio Club 4; Bookstore 3; Track 1.
Donald J. Soriero
50 Greenville Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 3; Weightlifting 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1.
William C. Stefko
2 Seaview Court, Bayonne Honor Pin 2; Dance Committee 3; Gym足 nastics 2.
William J. Strichek
99 Booraem Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; W eightlifting 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2.
John J. Strube
245 Pacific Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 3; Sci足 ence Club 2; Library Club 2, 3, 4.
2612 Paterson Plank Road, North Bergen Honor Pin J則 German Academy 3; Sci足 ence Club 2; Dance Committee 4; Gymnasties 2, 3.
John J. Sullivan
8 Algonquin Trail, Saddle River Sodality 2; League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Petroc 3, 4; English Academy 4; Ski Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4. Dana E. Sullivan
2677 Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City Inscape 4; Saddle and Bridle Club 1; Band I, 2, 3, 4.
Joseph J. Suruda
James F. Supple
22 Fulton Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 4; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 3, 4.
1970 Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Science Club 2; Dance Committee 4; Basketball 3; Intramural Council 3, 4.
Jeffrey D. Tabor
309 Union Avenue, Wood-Ridge Honor Pin 1, 2; Gymnastics 2, 3; Swim足 ming 3, 4. Joseph S. Tempio
519 McDonald Street, Garfield Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Debating 1; Science Club 2; Golf 3, 4.
William L. Tenuto
67 Chestnut Road, Verona Sodality 1, 2; Student Council 4; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Ex足 cellence Medal 1; Class Officer 3, 4; Marine Corps Trophy 3; Debating 1; Swimming 2; Art Club 1; Track 2, 3; Ski Club 3; History Academy 4.
James J. Tierney
300 Stevens Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4.
Thomas J. Timperman
Meredith Road, Colonia Honor Pin 2, 3; Class Officer 4; Science Club 3; W eightlifting 2; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1. William T . Torpey
15 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Debating 1; German Academy 3; Dance Commit足 tee 2; W eightlifting 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 1, 2.
Philip J. Ufholz
188 Ninth Street, Fairview Honor Pin 2; German Academy 3; Sci足 ence Club 3; Saddle and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Band 1, 2; Swim足 ming 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 4.
Joseph M. Urbanovich
183 Myrtle Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 2; Student Council 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Weightlifting 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
James P. Van Etten
230 Rutgers Place, Nutley League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Swimming 2, 3, 4. James C. Van Blarcom
47 Beach Street, Jersey City Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3.
Robert M. Vignone
John A. Verdoni
129 Highland Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 3; Class Officer 3; Religion Medal 3; W eightlifting 2.
129 Mallory Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2.
G eorge W . W enzel
IpU Dewey Street, Garfield Debating 1; Football 3, 4; Art Club 1. Mark E. W ard
36 Bidwell Avenue, Jersey City Football | j Basketball 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Intramural Council 2.
Joseph M. White
Edward M. White
920 Summit Avenue, Jersey City Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Petrean 3, 4, Under足 classmen Editor 4; Science Club 2; Cam足 era Club 3, 4, President 4; Track 1; Radio Club 1.
173 Boyd Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Council 4; League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Religion Medal 1; Inscape 4; Classical Academy 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2 .
Paul C. Whitehill
132 Chestnut Avenue, Bogota Honor Pin 1, 3; Class Officer 1; Saddle and Bridle Club 2. Thomas J. Wiscarz
88 Kensington Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1.
George R. Witterschein
126 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Inscape 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Gymnastics i | Art Club 2, 3; Film Forum 3.
Richard F. Woodall
29 Van Reypen Street, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Library Club 2.
Kenneth J. Zienkiewicz
27 Belvidere Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Religion Medal If Petrean 3, 4, Senior Editor 4; Classical Academy 3, 4; English Academy 4; Football 1; Art Club 1, 2.
Michael B. Yachmetz
20 West 10th Street, Bayonne Sodality 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Class Officer 4; Petrean 3, 4; Science Club 2; W eightlifting 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4.
Vincent F. Zingara
333 Fulton Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; German Academy 3; Football 3; Intramural Coun足 cil 3, 4.
507 Jersey Avenue, Jersey City Sodality 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debating 1; Petroc 2, 3, 4; Inscape 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 3; Track 3.
Senior History Spectacular Freshmen Team Undefeated . . . Father Murray throws bookbag on Library roof . . . W h ale on W heels and Mr. Mertz (hendiadys) roll in . . . Joe Zucconi’s long reign ends and so does P. T . funtime . . . favorite lunchtime sport-fpwatching the demolition o f the Chamber o f Commerce . . . Basketball Team, named 'Come Back Kids,’ take North Jersey Catholic A Championship . . . new Prep spirit, Father Browning, initiates Christmas Food Drive.
Father Hess puts on fantastic Pyrotechnics display . . . Mr. Bolanos walks softly and carries a big (yard) stick . . . Gerard Kinch develops ulcers and changes from Mr, Howard’s class . . . W eightlifting Club can’t get off the ground . . . Prep goes to Lincoln Center . . . Fathers Browne and O ’Donnell leave for Province offices 1. . Boat Ride returns.
Mr. Ronald Mizen becomes Petrean Moderator . . . Mr. Trabold initi ates massive purge o f the Junior Sodality— 70 to 10 in one fell swoop . . . Father Snyder becomes Principal as Father Daly begins his Reign O f Terror , . . M r. Kennedy goes on a diet and buys a Volksw agen. . . Mrs. Lipari arrives at Prep to teach Driver’s Ed . . . Mr. Valentino’s Film Forum . . . Mr. T . C. Smith practices Child Psychology in 3-A . . . Petrean comes through the mail, (in Ju ly ).
^ 4 * Father Green’s new physics course puzzles all, even Mr. Lupardo . . . Father D olan’s cackle startles wary Seniors in 4-A and 4-D . . . Lincoln Center comes to Prep . . . Mr. Trabold appointed Defense Minister of the Hungarian Government in Exile . . . Prepstefs get down to work washing w a lls. . . Cast of Thousands brings down the house in "Charms and the M an” . . . There are thousands o f fish in the sea, but only one in Prep . . . Forum "starts with a bang and ends in a whimper.”
The 1965 Petrean pays Tribute to
The Administration and faculty for keeping the wheels of education turning. Father Leo Daly, S.J. for service above and beyond the call of duty during Fr. Snyder’s recent illness. The National Merit Finalists: Messrs. Dooley, Dwyer, Hutnick, and Yachmetz. Mr. Robert Trabold, S.J. and Doctor Camil Ronay for initiating the Prep Forum. Mr. Charles Burns, S.J. for his work on the Senior Play. The Province Writing Contest winners for maintaining Prep’s high standards. The Swimming Team for winning the City and County Championships. The Bowling Team for capturing the County crown. Tim Hawkes for his outstanding performances on the gridiron and for being named to the All-State and All-Metropolitan football teams. State Champion swimmer, Frank McElroy, for being Prep’s best ever. John Baldovin for his successful Oratorical endeavors. General Motors for its demonstration of the latest scientific advances. Mr. Thomas Composto, S.J., for instituting a well-received Glee Club. The Lincoln Center and the Juilliard School of Music for providing the student body with a much needed introduction to the Performing Arts.
Those who made it possible .
BENEFACTORS Gift of $25.00
Aerodyne Engineering, Inc. Clifton Allegro’s Tuxedo Shop 180 Monticello Avenue Jersey City Barretat’s 861 Bergen Avenue Jersey City Bayonne Block Com pany, Inc. 40 W est 56th Street Bayonne Biru Paint Company, Inc. 230-236 Kearney Avenue Jersey City William J. Bremmer, Ins. Secaucus
George J. Costa, M.D. 58 Clinton Avenue Kearney
Mr. and Mrs. S. Crifo 45 Booraem Avenue Jersey City
Elliott Stevedoring, Inc. RM 8 , Comm Pier 5 Boston, M ass.
Fabio Family 630 Bergen Avenue Jersey City
Flanjerbay Manufacturing Corp. Bayonne
A Friend Casino In The Park, Inc. Bernard Sweeney Lincoln Park Jersey City Dr. and Mrs. F. Catanzaro 114 Dakota Street Passaic
G adella’s Market Ocean Avenue Sea Bright
Comparetto and Kenny 800 Bergen Avenue Jersey City
Gencri Construction Co. 2746 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City
Dennis J. Collins 35 East 32nd Street Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Green 357 Verona Avenue Elizabeth
BENEFACTORS H. Harris 733 Avenue A Bayonne
Posnack and Turkish, Inc. Route 440 Jersey City
Herk Elevator Maintenance, Inc. 0 G ran d Concourse Bronx, N ew York
Rieman Funeral Home 191 N ew York Avenue Union City
Holthausen’s Bergenline Avenue Union City
Routh Funeral Home, Inc. 202 O ld Bergen Road Jersey City
Hudson City Savings Bank 7 5 3 3 Bergenline Avenue North Bergen
Dr. and Mrs. R. Rossi 833 Avenue C Bayonne
Elizabeth C. Kennedy 302 15th Street Jersey City
Dr. and Mrs; John P. Sakowski 20 W est 22nd Street Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kiesnowski and Family 20 W est Tenth Street Bayonne
Kocot Family 160 Hopkins Avenue 5 Jersey City
St. Aloysius Church 691 W est Side Avenue Jersey City Star Contracting Corp. 4 8 3 Riverside Avenue Lyndhurst
Lightning Electric Company Millburn
Tube Bar, Inc. 10 Tube Concourse Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Lisa 445 Ogden Avenue Jersey City
Wearever Pen and Pencils David Kahn, Inc. North Bergen
T. J. McGlone and Company, Inc. 2083 Elizabeth Avenue Rahway
Wellon Oil Howell Street Jersey City
SPONSORS Gift of $15.00 Academy Delicatessen 242 Warren Street Jersey City
Arena Lanes, Inc. 308 Baldwin Avenue Jersey City
Aaron Buchsbaum Co., Inc. 729 Ninth Avenue New York City, New York
Mr. and Mrs. John Baldovin 269 Luddington Avenue Clifton
Bay-City Oil Service, Inc. 1401 Harrison Turnpike Kearney
Dr. and Mrs. Donald P. Beirne 435 North Arlington Avenue East Orange
Bel Fuse, Inc. 198 Van Vorst Street Jersey City
Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Belle and Family 1328 North Avenue Elizabeth
Michael Bertola 703 Eastview Terrace Washington Township
Mrs. Frank Bongiovanni 827 16th Street Union City
Brandstatter Concrete Company 114 Stockton Street Newark
Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Breslin 141 Berkeley Place Glen Rock
Brunhofer Family 445 Bogert Road River Edge
Mr. and Mrs. William Bull 48 Newkirk Street Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. John Burbella 135 West 24th Street Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. A. Carnevale 561 Beech Lane Paramus
Carroll Security Agency 660 Broadway Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Catanzaro 110 Rutherford Boulevard Clifton
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chromey 728 Humbolt Street Secaucus
Jack Cleary '65 136 Kensington Avenue Jersey City
Mary P. Codgan 431 Maple Avenue Rahway
Colonnade Park Realty Company 381 Broad Street Newark
Columbia Park Lanes 3131 Kennedy Boulevard North Bergen
Cornell’s Children's Wear, Inc. Garden State Plaza Paramus
D’Arrigo Brothers Company 151 Fifth Street Wood Ridge
Digby 117 Magnolia Avenue Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. Di Paolo 2515 West Street Union City
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Domalewski 24 Richard Street Jersey City
Donato Mill Supplies 15 Brook Street Jersey City
SPONSORS Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J . Dwyer 40 Essex Street Belleville
The Grancagnolo Family 13 Vincent Place Verona
Rev. Robert P. Egan New Jersey’s Boystown Kearney
Greater Bayonne League 734 Broadway Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. John J . Finn 542 Bergen Avenue Jersey City
Jules Frezzo Oil Service 722 25th Street Union City
Mr. and Mrs. H. Greten 208 New York Avenue Union City
Joseph Griglio 1 Edna Place Secaucus
A Friend The Grzybowski Family 136 Garfield Avenue Jersey City A Friend
P. Gamarello Fuel Co. 173 Sherman Avenue Jersey City
Greenville Bakery 136 Ocean Avenue Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Genatt 1307 Tenth Street North Bergen
Glenwood Restaurant 850 West Side Avenue Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gurski 42 Suburbia Court Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Hanrahan 815 Hudson Street Hokoben
Hudson Tailoring, Inc. 400 44th Street Union City
Hudson Typewriter Exchange 74 Montgomery Street Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. John Hutnick and John ’65 209 Linden Avenue Jersey City
Alfred M. Huziarski 44 Penobscot Street Clifton
Hydrothem, Inc. North vale
Ideal Venetian Blind Mfg. Co. 100 West Seventh Street Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jennings 234 51 st Street West New York
Kozak Paints 509 Ocean Avenue Jersey City
The Kozakiewick Family 272 Hancock Avenue Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kubica, Jr. 101 Hickory Street Carteret
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuleszynski 21 1 Linden Avenue Jersey City
J. A. LaRocca Bros., Inc. 63 Zabriskie Street Jersey City
SPONSORS L and G Quality Market 738 West Side Avenue Jersey City
Mister 8 Ball City Line Shopping Plaza Bayonne
The O'Keefe Family 117 West Third Street Clifton
Local 1 5 ,1.U.M.S.W.A., A.F.L.-C.I.O. Hoboken
Tony Monticello 235 Spencer Street Elizabeth
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Palmer Tim ’69 John ’65 54 Moonachie Road Moonachie
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McClave, Jr. 180 Renshaw Avenue East Orange
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. McCormick 314 Hill Street Boonton
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morahan 431 Maple Avenue Rahway
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Moriarity 78 W ade Street Jersey City
McDonald Brothers Jersey City
Patrick J. McGovern, M.D. 3284 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mangiapane 76 Major Avenue Arrochar, New York
Michalski Funeral Home, Inc. 463 Mommouth Avenue Jersey City
Midtown Refining Co., Inc. East 22nd Street Bayonne
Abraham Mille 4 Journal Square Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Muzzarini 204 Myrtle Avenue Jersey City
Anthony A. Natelli 166 Old Bergen Road Jersey City
N. J. Service Stations 726 Jersey Avenue Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. C. Nystrom 31 Alps Road Wayne
O'Donnell and Hohansky Plumbing and Heating Co. 288 Avenue C Bayonne
Dr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Palmeri 690 Allwood Road Clifton
Paulette Fashion Ind., Inc. 6500 Kennedy Boulevard West New York
The Pochis Family 161 West Ninth Street Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. Mario M. Polcari 319 22nd Street Union City
Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Poster and Robert ’67 39 West End Avenue Little Falls
Mrs. S. T. Rakowicz 1916 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City
Rick’s Auto Sales 1558 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. A. Riedlinger 61 Columbia Avenue Jersey City
SPONSORS Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riso 430 New York Avenue Jersey City
Barnett D. Singer: Architect 549 Broadway Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. A . Ristaino and G ary â€™65 106 Magnolia Avenue Jersey City
Strichek Family 99 Bookaem Avenue Jersey City
Russo Bros. Auto Wreckers 78 South Front Street Jersey City
Mrs. Chester Rydwin 137 Grand Street Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. John J . Ryglicki 1707 81 st Street North Bergen
Mr. and Mrs. John J . Strube 2612 Paterson Plank Road North Bergen
The Struk Family 246 Pacific Avenue Jersey City
Verdoni Family 129 Mallory Avenue Jersey City
The Vignone Family 129 Highland Avenue Jersey City
Mr. and Mrs. George Wenzel 173 Dewey Street Garfield
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A . Wermert 3514 Kennedy Boulevard West Jersey City Heights
Joseph P. Stuart, C.P.A. North Arlington Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. White 920 Summit Avenue Jersey City Suplee, Clooney and Company
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold P. Sansevere 99 Third Street Wood Ridge
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Seheurer, Sr. 595 West Side Avenue Jersey City
Tempio Family 519 MacDonald Street : Garfield ::
Times Square Liquors 891 Broadway Baybnne
Sid Sehlesinger 5716 Bergenline Avenue West New York
Toker Fuel Oil Co. 727 Livingston Street Elizabeth
Scuddor's Sea Food, Inc. 494 Avenue C Bayonne
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Urbanovich 183 Myrtle Avenue Jersey City
Wilkinson and Sons, Inc. Somerville
Mr. and Mrs. August Wiscarz 88 Kensington Avenue Jersey City
Dr. Benjamin Zall 1 West Eighth Street Bayonne
The Zienkiewicz Family 27 Belvidere Avenue Jersey City
SPECIAL PATRONS G ift of $10.00
The Geiss Family
A. G . L. Welding Supply Co.
G & G Trucking
Mr. and Mrs. John Obremski
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adamowicz
Rev. John Golding
G alvin, French & Palladino
Mayor and Mrs. Paul Amico
Hugh E. Greenan
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Paoline
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Aughinbaugh
James and John Hammer
Mr. and Mrs. S. G . Paradin
Mr. and Mrs. George Peregrin
Edward T. Barton
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pilla
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Brady
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. X. Hearns
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pisano, Dom and Joe
Howard J. Brennan Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henion
Robert, Jr., '65, Richard, '67
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pizzuto Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prohammer
Mr. and Mrs. Santo J. Caravello
H. P. Electric Sales
Mr. Peter D. Reilly
Eleanor K. Janesk
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Reiman
Cirillo & Sons, Inc.
The Safe Drug Co., Inc.
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Colacchio
Frank Kearney, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Corbley
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Kierney
R. J. Cornelius, Inc. Marion Corpina Mr. and Mrs. J . Corrigan John Corrigliano Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cullum The Czaykowski Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael D'Arienzo Joseph P. Dedicos Marguerite Dolan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Domalewski
William and Elizabeth King
Seaview Fillet Co.
C. J. Kirkowski Family
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Shea
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Kohl
Sheraton-Holland Motor Inn
Mr. and Mrs. F. Koserowski and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simonetti
Mr. and Mrs. W alter Kusen
Dr. and Mrs. Ross J. Simpson
Lakeview Savings J Loan Association
Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Smith and Family
Mr. and Mrs. P. Szymialowicz
Ray R. Louf
Mr. and Mrs. M. Tatarski
Mrs. C. Ludwiczak
Mr. and Mrs. John Thoran, Sr.
William Francis Mangan
Mr. and Mrs. James Till
Dor-An Construction Co.
Mr. and Mrs. William Trapmann
Mr. Joseph E. Dunn
Anthony G . Mastrolia
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ufholz and Family
United Shellfish Co.
Patrick J. McGlynn, Inc.
The Van Tyle Family
Rev. Lester McGuiness
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Ward
McLaughlin Funeral Home Monaco's Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wasowski
John Forrell Rutherford W . Fowles
Capt. and Mrs. Frank Moran
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Frees and Family
Joseph E. White
Michael D. Mullin
Pauly G . White
Mrs. J. F. Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Winberry
New Music Box Cafe
Charles D. Woodall '58 Zubrycki Family
Mr. Frank J. Finn
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warzenski
PATRONS Gift of $5.00
A A A Professional Carpet Co.
Mrs. Kathleen Barry
A&S Flying ‘A ’ Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Barton, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Buklad
James F. Ackerman
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Barzydlo
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bulzis
Stanley M. Adamczyk
Mr. and Mrs. C. Baynard
Jim Burke, '67
Joseph Adamowicz W alter Adamowicz
Bayonne Barrell & Drum Co.
Bee Bee Dairy
Mr. Joseph Afflerbach
Mr. and Mrs. Domenic J. Belle
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buzzerio
Mr. and Mrs. W illiam Afflerbach
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bender
Mr. and Mrs. A. G . Byrne
Anita's Dress Shoppe
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Belton
Andrew A. Aiello
Dr. N. P. Berman
C & C Kitchen Cabinets Co.
Al's G ulf Service
Mr. and Mrs. W . Berger
C. & M. Envelope Co.
Robert J. Biondi
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Calantone
Ampol Calendar & Novelty Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Campbell
Ann’s Grocery Store
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bloom
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Antonini
Mr. and Mrs. L. Canavari
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bonavita
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cannavale
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth V. Cantoli
Mr. and Mrs. V. Arecchi
Mr. Don Cantalupo
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Argelan
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Borkowski
Mrs. Febronia Capizzi
Boulevard Esso Servicenter
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Capparelli
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bowers
Walter T. Avery
James F. Boylan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Casale
Mr. and Mrs. S. Avestia
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyle
Mr. and Mrs. John Casper
Mrs. John Ayres
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bradshaw
Mr. George Cassidy
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Bachand
Mrs. Florence Cassriel
Rev. Joseph B. Bagley
Mrs. Thomas Brady
John B. Castelli, '62
Ernest J. Baker, Jr.
Thomas J. Brady
Mr. and Mrs. Catapano
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Baker
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Brennan
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cavallini
Richie V. Baker
Dr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Caulfield
Broadway Paint & W allpaper
Center Gulf Service
Mr. Eugene Bannon
Mr. and Mrs* Arthur Brudnicki
Louis J. Cerciello Mrs. Ann Cerwinski
Bardack Realty Co.
Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes
Terrance E. Byran
Mr. and Mrs. John Chmielowiec
Mr. and Mrs. W alter F. Barr
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bryk
Anthony J. Cilento, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Brzenk
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barry
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Brzenk
Carol Citarella Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Clark, Jr.
PATRONS Mr. Norman Clark
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Delaney
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Eisenlohr
Alec F. Clerihew, '57
Joseph A. Delforno
Louis E. Dellatorre,
Mr. and Mrs. DeLorenzo
Richard English Mr. and Mrs. Louis Erhardt
Mr. and Mrs. H. W . Coar
Mr. and Mrs. S. DeLorenzo
Henry V. Esposito
Loretta C. Coghlan
Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. DeMizio, Sr.
Mr. Michael Fallon
Joseph E. Colford, Jr., ’38
The Gene Dermody Family
Joseph J. Fedak
Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Devaney
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fedak
John J. Collins G erald M. Compeau, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Conklin Mrs. Catherine Conolly Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Conti
James J. Devaney
Francis A . Fee
Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Devaney
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ferrante
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph DiEsposito
Sam Felice and Tauran
Mr. and Mrs. John Diehl
Mr. Joseph Ferrara
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Dietz
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fevine
Mr. and Mrs. Carmine DiMatteo
Joseph E. Filoramo
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Finn
Mr. and Mrs. D. Fiore
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Coyle
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fiore
Mr. and Mrs. A. Disoteo
Robert J . Fischer
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cooney Mrs. Cathleen Coppinger Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Corasio
Mr. and Mrs. F. Fischl
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dondero
Frank Fischl, ‘65
Paul A. Crowley
Mrs. Agnes Dooley
Mrs. Albina Filipkowski
William Denis Cummings
Frankie and Ann Fisher’s C
Tom Curristine, ‘40
Mr. and Mrs. G . Fleck
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Curti
Mr. Vincent M. Donovan
John Fleck Family
Mrs. Walter Donovan
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fleischer
Mr. and Mrs. G . Cybulski ;
Dori-Lynn Beauty Salon
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Foerch
Mr. and Mrs. M. Czochanski
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dougherty
Food Discounters, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Forsyth
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Dailey
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Drobny, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dom Forte
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Daly
Mrs. Catherine Dronzek
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fossetta
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ducca
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo D'Amico
Miss Genevieve Ducca
Frances Beauty Salon
James P. Damico
Joseph L. Duff
Dr. and Mrs. Biagio A. Franco
John F. Duffy
Frank and Ted’s Tavern
Robert F. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dunn
Frank's Dry Cleaners
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dwyer
Fran's Candy Store
Mr. and Mrs. T. DeBari
Mr. William C. Dwyer
De Dominies Family
Lewis R. Friedman
PATRONS Fried's Drugs
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. G ranville
Mr. and Mrs. W . Joseph Green
Fred J. Jaeger
Green Bros. Food Market
Mr. Russell Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. W alter P. Janasie
Mr. and Mrs. W . Greenhalgh
Stephen T. Janiszewski
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Grillo
Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. P. Jaugstetter
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Grish
Joseph P. Jaugstetter
Dominik and Helen Jaz
Mr. and Mrs. O . Grumbach
The Jennings Family
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jennings
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fristensky and Family
Compliments of Jim and Hank
Mrs. Helen Fuirita
Mr. and Mrs. James Gurzo
Joe’s Liquor Store
Mary and Toni Fusco
George F. Hackett
Mary G alaziew ski
Margaret B. Haggerty
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jordan
G allagher Family
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jordan
John K. Garibaldi
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hardiman
James M. Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. James Garito
The Hartnett Family
Gene’s Food Market
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hayevy
Mr. and Mrs. W . D. Healy
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jurcisin
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gentile
W illiam Heaner
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jusinski
John S. G iava
Mr. and Mrs. John Heffernan
Just Rite Barber Shop
Mr. and Mrs. J . Gilch
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Giordano
Mr. and Mrs. W allace Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kaminski
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Giracello
Herb’s Card Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Kane and Family
Mrs. Mary A. Giovenco
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Hobler
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kay
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glowacky
Harry J. Kegelman
Henry S. Hojnowski
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kerwan
Mr. and Mrs. John Golashesky
Mr. and Mrs. James Hollywood
Theodore E. Kessler
Martin F. Golden, Sr.
John J. Holt
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Kidney
Barry M. Goldwater
Home Coal & Oil Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kilian
Goodman’s Home Furnishings
John J. Hughes, '63
Mrs. Dorothy F. Kilkenny
Dr. Charley Goombosh
Peter Hunt B.S.E.E.
Francis X. Kinahan
Mr. and Mrs. William Goppold
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ingratta
Mr. and Mrs. Francis King
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gorbos
Mr. Peter N. Kine
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ippolito
John E. Kirkeby
PATRONS Mrs. S. Kolock
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Linfante
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maresca
Ella and Peter Lisa
Marlyn Distributors, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kowalik
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Martelli
Mr. W alter J. Kowalik
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lobo and Sons
Joseph J . Kosakowski
Mrs. Fred LoPresti
William A. Massa
Jeffrey and Conrad Kowalski
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Los
Mr. and Mrs. F. Massa
Mr. and Mrs. John Kozarich
Loretta's Card & G ift Shoppe
Daniel J. Massarelli
Mr. and Mrs. Kratky
Photography By Lou
Mrs. Nicholas Matin
Maurice M. Krivit
Mr. and Mrs. James Luccand Family
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Mault
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kropka
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lucie
John W . Meagher
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meehan
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Kwiatkowski
Dr. and Mrs. James F. Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meehan
Mr. and Mrs. William Kwiatkowski
Carl W . Menk
Dr. and Mrs. Anthony La Forgia
Mr. and Mrs. James J. McCaffery
Mr. and Mrs. A . Mercier
Mr. and Mrs. John Lajkiewicz
Mr. and Mrs. William C. McCahill
M ickley’s Market
Mrs. James McCarrow
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Migdacz
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lania
Mr. and Mrs. J. McCarthy
W anda Migdas
Edward T. Lanigan
L. Migdoll Co.
Charles and Rita Lanktree
Frank J. McElroy
Milk Jug, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lanskey
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Milne
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lanskey
Mrs. T. P. McGuinness
Mr. and Mrs. James McKenna
Israel Mischel, Attorney
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laslo
James E. McNerney, Jr.
La Terra Family
Mr. McMenamin and Family
Frank E. Moersdorf, Sr.
M. & M. Boys Centre
Moloney’s For Meats, Inc.
The Lechonczak Family
John and Martin Mackin
Mrs. Frank F. Moloney
John F. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mackin
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Monohan
Mrs. Dorothy Le Grand
Madison Center Pharmacy
Mr. and Mrs. A. Leier
Edward K. Madison, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Lembo
Mrs. Grace Mahan
James F. Moore
Leo's Shoe Store
Mrs. Catherine Mahoney
Mrs. Gertrude Morello
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lepis
Jerimia G . Mahoney
Mr. and Mrs. P. Moreno
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leppard
Mrs. Emil Maitner
Francis X. Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. George Leppert, Sr.
Peter Malecki, '66
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lewandowski
Motor Club of America
Miss Frances Liguori, R.N.
Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Manna
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mottershed
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Marczewski
Dri and Mrs. Anthony Mottola
PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. J. Moucha
Otto & Angelo's Orchestra
Ralph’s General Store
Mt. Carmel Florist
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pagano
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Murawinski
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Page
Rand’s Shoe Store
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pagel
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Rapcienski
Murphy of “ W a b a ”
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reck
Miss Esther Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paluscio
James S. Regan, Jr., ’65
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pankenier
Jeremiah M. Regan
Mary V. Murphy
Murrays Department Store
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Reilly
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pazik
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore P. Renga
Mrs. Ralph Ribaudo
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Mull
Mr. and Mrs. S. Pecoraro
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Rinaldi & Son
Stephen G . Pello
Edward F. Napoleon
W ayne L. D. Perrotto, ’68
Frank A. Rizzo
Joseph A. Nardini
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J . Petrie
Mr. and Mrs. J. George Piccoli
T. M. Rogers
John Nelson, ’66
Mr. and Mrs. J. Piergrossi
William P. Rogers, '63
Mrs. Clara Nies
Rolling Pin Bake Shop
Mr. and Mrs. R. Nolan
Mr. and Mrs. G . Pisano
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Romano
Mrs. Ann Norris
Peter Pizzuto, '66
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Romano
Mr. and Mrs. H. Nowrick
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Romano
Ocean Breeze Restaurant
Plaza Book Shop
Mr. and Mrs. James Romano and Famil
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. O'Connor, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Plaza
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Romano and Family
Mr. and Mrs. James J. O'Connor
Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Podesta, Sr.
Thomas A. Romano, Sr.
Mrs. M. O'Connor
Tricia and Tommy Romano
Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Pontone
Mr. Joseph Olszewski
Mrs. Henry Powers
Mr. and Mrs. William Ruggieri
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ommundsen
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prohammer
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rusak
The O ’Neill's
Mrs. Marie Proske
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Russell
Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neill
Mr. and Mrs. James Pursell, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. J. O ’Reilly
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Quackenbush
Mrs. Frances Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Orrick
Dr. Charles L. Quaglieri
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. S. Orsen
Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn
Matthew E. Saccente
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Quinn
Robert G. Sacks
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Orzynski
Dolores and Henry Raimondo
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Safford
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oskierko
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raimondo
John P. Sakowski
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Mrs. Michael Sammarco 4
Mrs. Frank H. Samuels
Miss Rose Steininger
Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Viggiano
Steve’s Supermarkets, Inc.
Mrs. A . Sattelberger
Sunshine Dry Cleaner^ & Launderers
Henry W aitz, Inc.
Stanley A. Sutula
Mr. and Mrs. W . A . W allace
Scala's Beauty Supply
Ja y Weeney, '46
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scarpa
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walsh
Scatuorchio Funeral Home
George D. Sydlar, Sr.
Paul W araska
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Scerbo
Mr. and Mrs. John Szpak
Mr. and Mrs. W illia m G . Scheller, Sr.
Sophie B. Szym anskf^
Erich S. Weigert
Richard C. Schmidt, ‘68
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Talririco
Welch's Pork Sto|e
Thomas Schmidt, Jr., '67
Mrs. Helen Tangeman
Joseph M. White
Donald G . Schreek Family
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Telep
Harry Schwartz .
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Teresiak
W . P. Scully
Mrs. Anna Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Sekel
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. William Sexton
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Tomosjewski
Mr. and Mrs. James Tomney
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Patrick Shannon and Son
Rev. Henry J. Woitowicz
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Sherry
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Mrs. Mary E. Woodall
Mr. and Mrs. E. Shields
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Wybolt
Rev. Michael S. Simko
Mr; and Mrs. Edward Troche
William V. Skorupski
Mr. and Mrs. S. TruskoWski
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Yachmetz and Family
Mrs .Grace Smith
S. Yannuzzi Family
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smutek
Mr. and Mrs. Zakrzewski
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Sokolik
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Zaleski
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sokolnicki
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Tyne
Dr. Benjamin Zall, D.D.S.
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Miss N. Tytas
Mr. Anthony Zawaeki
Mrs. Mary Spiegel
Ann P. Urban
Mrs. C. Zeman
Thomas F. Spooner
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ushay
Mr .and Mrs. Gene Zenga *
Mrs. Carmelo Vaccarino
Mr. and Mrs.
Walter A. Sprouls
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zingaro
Mr. and Mrs, D. Stancati
James J. Vanderbeck
Tom Zito, ‘65
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Staniewicz
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Zolli
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■ A college must do many things to meet rising enrollments, and the most important things come first. At Saint Peter's top priority went to a new library. ■ Our new library will promote scholarship. It will hold more than 250,000 books, and stu dents will sit as close to those books as indi vidual study desks can be placed. The library will be air-conditioned to keep it comfortable, and carpeted to keep it quiet. When it is fin ished it will have cost more than a million dollars. ■ The number of graduate scholarships our seniors win has grown larger each year. Though our student body may never exceed a certain, number, we intend to keep right on growing in all the ways that count academically.
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The 1965 Petrean Express its Thanks to . . . Father Norton arid Father Snyder for permitting us to print such a book. the Administrative Staff and Faculty for their support-and encouragement. all our advertisers and Patrons who made this book possible. Edward Martin, Studios for their fine photographic work and encouragement. the members of the O ’Toole Printing Company for their hard work and patience in publishing this book. Rev. Mr. Charles Burns, S.J., for his persistence and inspiration in working out our theme. Jim Astfaukas, John Baldovin, Joe Hartnett, Bob Kolock, and Pete Sassone for their generous time spent during the final rush. Rev. Mr. Ronald Mizen, S.J., whom we sincerely hope will soon be well enough to join us again. INDEX Aickhowledgements Ad Title Page ........... Advertising ..... ...... Art arid Poster Club . ^pa^Kf ......... Baseball .............. Basketball ...... ............ Bowling .......... .......... Camera Club ......... Chess|Club ...... Christmas Assembly .. Communion Breakfast Construction ..... Contents .............. Dance Committee ftances ......... ...... Debate ........ Dedication .... ..... Dramatics ...... ..... Driver's Ed. ........ Faculty ................ Football ............
303 258-302 ....... 108-9 .........167-9 ..........188 1 r!’150-ll|: .... ....162 ................ 180 ' ............. i l l Hj. 110 ....v,48-9, 86-7 126-7,; 174-5 ..........6^7 .........193 ...194-5 ..........80-1 .... 2-3 ,,,,|(?-8, 176^9 I E 172-3 .20-47 .....98-107
Forum .......................... ... . .......... 85, 157 Freshmen ...........................................54-62 Freshmen Orientation ......... |..................50-1 Freshmen Registration ... . ... ......181 General Mass .......... 68 Glee Club .................... ...........18^7 Golf ........................... ....... 191 .......... v........... 120-3 Gym Team Holy Name Parade <...... <.......74 Incidentals :........................75-9, ll6-7v 164-5 Inscape ...... |........... ......160-1 Intramural Council .......... 84 Intramurals ..................................................97 Juniors ....... ...............................,.:13&7 Library Club ......................... .,...124 Lincoln Center - ......... ...,..,158-9 Mass of the Holy Spirit ........ .... >.■....... 64 Mission Night ............... .182-3 Mothers Club ................... ...170-1 New Mass .................... 65 Oratory.................. 82-3 Patrons ................... . . . . . . . . . . . . ...W& Petrean ................................ H2-5
Petroc .....................................................124*5 Province Writing ........... 1 . . . . . •— 166 Contest and National Merit Contest Radio Club ...............................................139 Retreats .......................................................69 Saddle and Bridle.................................... 192 ...................8-17 School Spirit Section Science Club ............................ -.............. 138 Science Demonstration ..............................63 Senior History ........................................ 255 Seniors ....... 198-254 Senior Play................. .176-9 Sodality .................................................. 70-3 Sophomores ............... 90-6 Special Patrons ........................................ 259 Student Council ....... 66-7 Swimming .......... ■.................................152-6 Tennis 189 Theme .............. 4-5,18-9, 52-3, 88-9, 128-9, 196-7 Track ......................_ . .J i S l u i 8 - 9 , 184-5 Tributes ................ •••••■............................. 256
W ith the eternal optimism o f youth, we ask ourselves these questions, with the unrest characteristic o f our age we yearn for an answer, and with pur edu足 cation here at Prep behind us, perhaps we will begin to do something substan足 tial towards a solution. W ill we alleviate the morass o f suffering, or will we quietly steal up to our Ivory Towers, seal the doors, and then attempt to live with ourselves alone? Can a man afford to do this? M ust he not face the reason for which he was created? Is there a reason? W e believe there is and we will not forget that our feet must stay on the ground. Though Aleksei Leonov, the Russian cosmonaut, stepped into space, he was attached to his capsule by a chain. Even the atom needs others in order to be operative. W e too, must remain attached, we cannot merely think, or just simply create great ideas. W e have to evolve our knowledge in an actual field o f action. Other足 wise, it will lie fallow, and the world will not have been a better place for our passing through. As we go outward and upward, let us also remember to go downward and inward. Let us not just build great cities, and then struggle to remember why we built them. Let us do something significant for the world we have.