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S A I N T P E T E R ’S P R E P A R A T O R Y SCHOOL J E R S E Y C IT Y , N E W J E R S E Y

1968 PETREAN


A guy should have a place to go A place away from home Where life progresses with every day Where every day has new meaning.


And if this place becomes something special It will make him remember, Remember many things, . . . Big things because they are great, . . . Little things because they are greater.


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Things that make a guy grow, and open his eyes Things that let him question, and find, .

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That let him understand and know, . . . That let him want and love. Things that put him into a new car, And guide

him in a new direction

On a new road — The road of life and love!


As he travels this road he begins to realize To feel and to see To hear and to listen To touch and to want To have and to share To accept with all the joy and happiness that the giver has wrought.


A guy needs. He needs to be part of other lives To be open and apply himself with all the strength That comes from the force within him, . . . . So that he can touch the lives of the tender, the weak, the gentle, and the strong. Those who look up to him for what he is And what he needs.

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And with them he believes Not an office on the basement floor, But the people in that office. Not a game, But the players and how they struggle.


Most important a guy needs to be no longer a guy, . . . But a man A man with all the virile, hard, massive and even Soft qualities that let him find and know himself And what he is because of himself and his G o d . Then he can walk and go out into the world And travel on, forever the truth and beauty That is now a part of him.


DEDI

Rev. James J. Fischer, S.J. F ather Fischer, a n a tive o f Je rse y C ity , studied Philosophy a t W e s t Baden C o lle g e in Indiana and ta u g h t M a th e m a tics a t St. Peter's C o lle g e d u rin g his regency. A f t e r years o f T he o lo g y a t W o o d sto ck, and

a te a ch in g

assignm ent a t

Father Fischer becam e June 29,

Loyola

R e cto r a t St.

Sem inary, Peter's on

1967. N ow , a lm ost a y e a r la te r, Father

is fa c e d w ith a new challenge as "P ro vin cia l o f th e Parochial and Social A p o s to la te o f th e N ew York P rovince."


^TION

Rev. John J. Scully, S.J. F ather S cully pre vio u sly stu d ie d a t St. A n d re w o n -H udson and St. Louis U n ive rsity. H e sp e n t his reg e n cy a t Prep te a ch in g Latin, R eligion and Eng足 lish. A f t e r

o rd in a tio n

ifi

1957,

Father ta u g h t in

Puerto R ico f o r tw o years and then a rrive d a t Prep in 1961. f o r Seniors,

Form erly

th e

g u id a n ce

F ather was a p p o in te d

counselor

R e cto r as a t

J a n u a ry 1, 1968. W e , th e Class o f '68, are g ra te fu l to Father Scully and F ather Fischer who have understood and helped us m atu re in to tru e men.


A guy needs wisdom and knowledge He needs understanding He needs someone to look up to Someone to teach, to instruct, to influence.


FACULTY


Reverend John J. Scully, S.J. R e c to r


Reverend James J. Fischer, S.J. R e c to r

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Reverend E d w a rd C. Lynch, A s s is ta n t P rin c ip a l


M R . JO SEPH A . M cC a f f r e y A ssistant to P refect o f Discipline

MISS C A T H E R IN E J. C O L L IN S , M.L.S. REV. FR A N C IS J. SHALLOE, S.J.

Librarian

Student Counselor III, Vice President o f Alumni A ffairs

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MRS. FLO RENCE LIPARI D river Education Instructor

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SECR ETA R IES

MRS. J O A N

FITZG IBBO NS

S ecretary to Father R ector

M RS. M A R Y M U R R A Y S ecretary to R egistrar

MISS T H O M A S IN A N A Y L O R Secretary to Father Principal


MISS M A R Y D U N N E S ecretary to Treasurer

M RS. M A R Y R IO R D A N S ecretary to Treasurer

MRS. J. G RO SSI Secretary to Rev. Francis J. Shalloe, S.J.

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RELIG IO N DEPARTMENT

REV. J. F R A N C IS STRO UD, S.J. Religion I, II, III, IV . . . C hairm an o f the Religion D e p a rtm e n t . . . C hairm an o f Liturgica l C o m m it足 te e . . . S tudent C ounselor III . . . ju s t returned from studies in Europe . . . "A n y o n e prepared fo r class?"

REV. J O H N E. B R O W N IN G , S.J. Religion J, II . . . Student Counselor II . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . W o o d s to c k C ollege . . . M o d e ra to r o f Sophomore S odality . . . a t Prep 7 years . . . joined the S ociety in 1946 . . . "Peanuts and Yahweh**1


REV. R IC H A R D F. T IM O N E , S.J. Religion I, III . . . a t Prep 2 years . . . ta u g h t a t X a v ie r . . . idol o f Freshman Class . . . " A . . . rig h t."

REV. H A R O L D F. X. O 'D O N N E L L , S.J. Religion III, Latin III . . . C o -o rd in a to r o f S odality . . . S odality III . . . S tudent C ounselor III . . . "H e y now ."

REV. M R. N IC H O L A S J. C O N N O L L Y , S.J. Religion IV, Latin III . . . M o d e ra to r o f the Band and G lee C lub . . , In足 terested in contem porary movies and in te rp re ta tiv e dance . . . Prep's answer to the singing nun . . . "C 'm o n guys, sing!"


REV. R A Y M O N D

F. Y O R K , S.J.

Religion IV . . . teaches a t Prep and Sacred H e a rt A c a d e m y . . . author o f G reek te x t . . . deve lo pe d Prep whale . . . "G o o d men, g o o d ."

REV. J O H N

F. YATES, S.J.

Religion III, IV . . . g ra d u a te d from St. Aloysius H ig h School . . . M o d e ra to r o f PETREAN . . . interests lie in m odel rail足 roads and g ivin g girls retre ats . . . T hat s e n tire ly u ntrue."

REV. JO SEPH F. FITZPATRICK, S.J. Religion I, II . . . Student Counselor I . . . born in Brooklyn . . . ta u g h t a t Loyola H igh . . . "W is e up, babies.

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EN G LISH DEPARTMENT

M R . V IN C E N T J. KENNEDY, A.B., M.S. English III . . . C hairm an o f the English D e p a rtm e n t. . . St. Peter's Prep . . . St. Bonaventure, Fordham U niversity . . . a t Prep 21 years . . . resides in C loster, N .J. . . . enjoys bow ling . . . "U p th e p ro ve rb ia l estuary . . ."

M R. C LE M E N T C . O 'S U L L IV A N , A.B., LL.B., Lift. D. znglish III, Religion III,.. . St. Peter's Prep . . . Holy Cross C ollege . . . a t Prep 36 years . . . re足 sides in Bayonne . . . "That's sure fire exam n a tte r."

REV. MR. T H O M A S J. O 'LEARY, S.J. English II, IV . . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . Fordham U niversity . . . firs t year teaching a t Prep . . . M o d e ra to r o f Dance C om m ittee . . . home tow n: Jersey C ity . . . enjoys "d o in g things."


M R . M IC H A E L L. REILLY, A.B. English IV . . . a rece nt g ra d u a te o f St. Peter's C olleg e . . . firs t year a t Prep . . . star o f college tenrfis team , . . enjoys handball.

M R. R IC H A R D P. KENNEDY, A.B.

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English IV . . . Regis H igh School . . . G e o rg e ­ town U niversity . . . a t Prep 2 years . . . interests lie in athletics, "especially basket*1 ball . . . avid m ovie fan.

REV. JAM ES A . DALY, S.J. English ], Religion I . . . D e W itt C l M c ^ a S . Boston C ollege . . . a t Prep 9 years . M od erator o f Pe tr° c^ " d Cam era C lub . . . enjoys exploring new places . . . vvny do you people a ct like th a t? "


M R . ROBERT F. M U L V IH IL L , M .A . English I . . . Sonzaga H igh School . . . Fordham U niversity . . . a t Prep 14 years . . . drives fro m W a yn e every day . . . "D id you pay yo u r last m onth's ta xi fa re ? "

M R . J O H N J. C A S E Y , JR., A.B., M .A English II . . . X a vie r H.S. . . . St. John's C o l足 lege . . . St. John's U niversity: g ra d school o f A rts and Sciences . . . a t Prep 3 years . . . "I, take notes!"

O ur Beloved Faculty


CLASSICS DEPARTMENT REV. E D W A R D I. D O L A N , S.J. Latin IV, G reek III, Religion II, IV . . . C hairm an o f the Classics D ep artm en t . . . Fordham School o f Education . . . a t Prep 5 years . . . enjoys good music . . . hom etow n: Brooklyn.

REV. H A R R Y A . H O F F E N , S.J. Latin I, English 1, Religion IV . . . St. Peter s Prep . . . St. Peter's C ollege . . . a t Prep 9 years . . . M o d e ra to r o f the Father-Son C om m union Breakfast . . . Take his name down, beadle."

REV. JA M E S S. FOLEY, S.J. Latin I, Religion II . . . Regis H igh School . . . W o o d sto ck C ollege . . . a t Prep 7 years . . . "C lean o ff th a t ta b le ."

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REV. T H O M A S P. M U R R A Y , S.J. Latin I, English I . . . Regis H igh School . . . W o o d sto ck C olleg e . . . a t Prep 3 I years . . . loves w indow poles . . . "O k a y , b ro the r, on yo ur knees."

REV. M R . PATRICK J. L Y N C H , S.J. Latin III, W o rld H is to ry I . . . Bergen C a th 足 o lic . . . Fordham U niversity . . . a t Prep 2 y e a rs . . . M o d e ra to r o f the Rally C o m m itte e . . . hom etown: Dumont.

MR. A N T H O N Y J. V ER D O N I, A.B. Latin III, Greek II, Classical Literature IV . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . Tulane U niversity . . . M odera足 to r o f the Soccer Team . . . "Read the Iliad by tom orrow , boys."


M R . EUG EN E J. S A N Z O , A.B. Latin I, Psychology o f Learning . . . Seton Hall Prep . . . Seton Hall Uni足 v e rsity . . . a t Prep 4 years . . . resides in Bayonne . . . tinkers in electronics . . . "The cheese,'^he cheese."

M R . JO SEPH J. G A LLIA S TR O , A.B. Latin liL G reek III . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . St. Peter's C ollege . . . likes playing basket足 ball.

M R . LO U IS J. PARISI, M .A . Latin II . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . New York U niversity . . . a t Prep I 8 years . . . resides in Jersey C ity . . . "Veni, vidi, v ic i."

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MODERN LANGUAGE M R . L A W R E N C E W . LEVINE, A.B. G erm an 111, IV . . . C hairm an o f the M od ern Language D e p a rtm e n t . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . St. Peter's C o l足 lege . . . a t Prep 5 years . . . resides in M analapan Twp., Englishtown, N .J. . . . loves to trave l.

REV. A U G U S T IN E W . M E A G H E R , S.J. French I . . . W o o d sto ck C ollege . . . a t Prep 22 years . . . M o d e ra to r o f Prep M others' C lu b . . . "Id io t, stupid co un try bum pkin!"

MR. M IC H A E L F. C A L D E R A R O , A.B. French II . . . St. M ichael's H igh School . . . St. Peter's C ollege . .. . firs t year a t Prep . . . " W r ite th a t."

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REV. E U S T A C H IO 0 A L L E J O N E S , S.J. Spanish I, II, III . . . U nive rsity o f M a d rid . . . spent m any years In South A m e rica . . . presently doing work in philosophy a t Ford­ ham U nive rsity . . . " G e t o u t. '

MR. ROBERT K. KIBBLER, A.B. G erm an II, III . . . St. Peter’s Prep . . . St. Peter's College . . . a t Prep 3 years . . . M o d e ra to r o f Dramatics . . . resides in Union C ity . . . enjoys fo o tb a ll and softball . . . Prep s g re ate st th re a t to Bob Dylan.

REV. BLAISE M . J A S C H K O , S.J. French IV . . . a t Prep 13 years . . . home­ tow n: Kocice, Czechoslovakia . . . loves ski­ ing . . . "C a ll me Uncle Blaise.

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REV. M R . G E R A LD J. C H O J N A C K I, S.J. Spanish I, II, III . . . firs t year a t Prep . . . M o d e ra 足 to r o f D ebating . . . A ssistant D ire c to r o f the Mission D rive . . . "T o m o rro w 's te s t m ig h t be e ig h t p a g e s /'

REV. M R . JA M E S H . BREINING ER, S.J. G erm an I, II . . . a t Prep 2 years . . . S tud en t C ouncil A d viso r . . . D ire c to r o f Freshman and Sophom ore O ra to ric a l C ontests . . . "B itte . . . noch einm al."

"C a n 't talk, can't smoke, can't chew gum." 38


H ISTO R Y DEPARTMENT

M R . R IC H A R D A . R IC C IO , B.S. U.S. H is to ry 111, IV . . . C hairm an o f th e H is to ry D e p a rtm e n t. . . C hairm an o f C u ltu ra l C o m m itte e . . . " W r ite o u t the chapter,

REV. M R. D. M IC H A E L FLYNN, S.J. U.S. H is to ry II, Political Theory |V . . . firs t year a t Prep . . . M o d e ra to r o f the Film Forum . . . Frosh Basketball coach . . . super-star o f Stud ent-FacuIty G am e . . . "L e t's all open our 'G oo die s from the past' book."

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REV. JA M ES V. SM ITH,S.J. W o rld H isto ry . . . X avier H igh School . . . Seton Hall U niversity . . . W o o d sto ck C ollene . . . Bookstore M anaqer . . . "N o sin.

MR. A N T H O N Y SPALDO 39

Prep's newest teacher . . . A rrive d in January Teaches Freshmen A rt.


REV. M R . JO S E P H L. L Y N C H , S.J.

M R . M IC H A E L X. BER K O W ITZ, B.S.

W o rld H is to ry 11, Political Theory IV, Euro­ pean H is to ry . . . firs t year a t Prep . . . M o d e ra to r o f the S tudent Political Forum . . . M o d e ra to r o f D ram atics.

W o rld H is to ry I, Psychology o f Learning . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . St. Peter's C olleg e . . . firs t year a t Prep . . . C oach o f the gym team .

MR. M IC H A E L S. G R A Y , M.S.

M R. J O H N S C A N L O N

U.S. H isto ry III, IV . . . Seton Hall U niversity . . . teaches a t St. Peter's C ollege . . . "Sound o ff" . . . "I have a te rrible headache to d a y ."

U.S. H isto ry III, IV . . . firs t year a t Prep . . . comes to us from N .Y.U. . . . traveled through M exico and A fric a . . . was a mem­ ber o f the Peace Corps . . . "T eddy Rooose-

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MATH DEPARTMENT M R . C H A R L E S J. R O O N E Y , M .A . A lg e b ra I . . . St. Aloysius H igh School . . . Seton Hall U nive rsity . . . a t Prep 2 I years . . . resides in Jersey C ity . . . "O n yo ur fe e t fo r a p ra y e r."

M R . ROBERT A . M c G U IN N E S S , A.B., M .S. M ath III, IV . . . C hairm an o f M ath D e p a rt足 m ent . . . St. Peter's C ollege . . . Fordham U niversity . . . lives in N u tle y . . . enjoys d o 足 ing home repairs . . . A t Prep 19 years ^ . . "Take o u t your m athem atical notebooks.

REV. JO SEPH A . PERSICH S.J. M ath III, IV . . . Regis H igh School . . . G e orge to w n U niversity . . . a t Prep 7 years . . . joined the o rd er in 1933 . . . "Bounce the b o a rd ."


M R . ROBERT P. H O W A R D , M .S. M ath II, IV . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . St. Peter's C ollege . .. a t Prep 18 years . . . resides in Jersey C ity . . . "L e t's go, K iddies."

M R . JO SEPH A . PACELLI, A.B. M ath I, IV . . . M id dle to w n H igh School’ * * . W ashington and Jefferson C ollege . . . firs t year back a t Prep . . . resides in East Keansburg . . . spends summer managing beaches.

"W e 're number O N E! Two maybe?"

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M R. CHA RLES A . CAREY, M .A . M a th III, IV . . . Seton Hall C olleg e . . . a Billie Baxter M an.

M R . J O H N F. DUFFY, A.B. M ath II . . . Fordham Prep . . . Fordham U niversity . . . a t Prep 39 y e a rs . . . enjoys read­ ing H istory . . . "S te p o u t in th e hall, son."

M R. A N T H O N Y R. M E N D O LLA , B.S. M ath III, IV . . . St. Peter's Prep . . ■ Elite member o f '58 fo otba ll team . . . St. Peter's College . . . a t Prep 3 years.

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SCIEN CE DEPARTMENT

REV. T H O M A S V. O 'C O N N O R , S.J. C he m istry III, IV . . . C hairm an o f the Science D ep artm en t . . . C o -M o d e ra to r o f the Science C lu b . . . enjoys swimming and C harlie Brown . . . raises dogs . . . "A h So."

M R. E D G A R G . OVERSTREET, B.S. Biology III . . . St. Peter's C ollege . . . firs t year a t Prep . . . resides in Union C ity . . . rides the waves on the Jersey shore.

REV. PETER F. HESS, S.J. Physics IV . . . a t Prep 13 years . . . enjoys swimming . . . " I f any town is my home town, it is Jersey C ity ." 44


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M R . JA M E S D. TA FFA R O , B.S. Biology II, IV . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . St. Peter's C ollege . . . a t Prep 3 years . . . resides in Union C ity . . . M o d e ra to r o f the Biology C lub . . . interested in sports.

M R . JO SEPH F. LU P A R D O , B.S. Physics IV . . . St. Peter's Prep . . . Fordham U niversity . . . a t Prep 18 years . . . home­ tow n: G u tte n b e rg , N .J. . . . enjoys physics experim entation . . . " W h a t are you, a wise guy, or w h a t? "

M R. FREDERICK J. MILLER, B.S., M.S. C hem istry III . . . Xavier H igh School . . . G eorgetow n U niversity . . . a t PreP H years . . . resides in Short Hills . . . "A v o g a d ro ." 45


Faculty leads procession to Mass.

M ASS OP TH E H O LY SPIR IT A t th e op e ning o f each school year, th e Prep fa c u lty and th e stu d en t b o d y join in o ffe rin g a Mass to th e H o ly S p irit, to ask fo r th e gu id a nce o f G o d 's grace th ro u g h o u t th e upcom ing year. O u r new Rector, Father James J. Fischer, S.J., was the p rin c ip a l ce le b ra n t and was joined b y tw elve o th e r mem足 bers o f th e Prep fa c u lty in co n ce le bra tin g th e S acrifice. Assisting a t th e

Mass w ere Prep graduates,

Reverend

G e o rg e B. Staub, '59, o f S aint G enevieve's in Elizabeth, Reverend Joseph W . Kukura '59, o f C orpus C h ris ti Church in Hasbrouck H eights, and Reverend James F. Branon, S.J., '54, who d e live re d th e homily, rem inding the con足 g re g a tio n to remain open in m ind and, reaching o u t to help others, to a c c e p t th e ir help in return. To be tru ly a postolic, man must live this way, and no man can live

Fr. Branon, S.J., delivers the homily.

as a "ro c k ", an "is la n d ," unconcerned and uneffected by th e w o rld around him. The clim ax o f this sacred celebra足 tio n was the C om m union in which a fe a ture new to most was in tro d u ce d , th e rece p tio n o f the Body and Blood o f C h ris t under both species. As th e members o f the '67-'68 ye a r file d o u t o f the Church, the hope o f a scholastically b e tte r and a sp iritua l足 ly more fu lfille d school ye a r sprang anew.

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"Lord accept our humble offering."

Faculty and students unite in the Holy Eucharist.

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UNDERCLASSM EN


A guy needs to start Every road must begin Begin and point in the right direction The direction of truth, of happiness, of learning, O f joy in being young!


TEACHERS Algebra: MR. PACELLI English, Latin: FR. MURRAY, S.J. History: MR. BERKOWITZ Religion: FR. TIMONE, S.J.

Michael Adamo

Michael Albers

George Ambrosio

Joseph Amoroso

Paul Antinori

Robert Argyelan

k Paul Audet

Richard Baker

Peter Begans

John Bellacosa

Marc Bender

Michael Besante

Michael Blaney

Arthur Blood

CLASS OFFICERS President: JOHN BELLACOSA Vice-President: DOMINIC CALABRIA Secretary-Treasurer: JOSEPH CASCIO Representative: PAUL AUDET

Martin Bodtmann

Charles Booth

John Brewer

Charles Buckley

John Bradley

Christopher Burke

Gerard Burke

Thomas Butler

Marc Buzzio

Donald Brady

Dominic Calabria

George Brdlik

Carl Calantone

David Canavan

Joseph Callahan

Emil Cannarozzi

John Cangemi

Andrew Capozzi

Gregory Cannarozzi

Joseph Cascio Thomas Caputo

" O h well, I hate sad endings, anyw ay."


John Caulfield

Gerald Cerchit Michael Caulfield

Richard Celestino

Richard Chalmers

Joseph Cioffi Gerard Chi are

Brian Church " I heard th a t"

Lawrence Cione

Thomas Compeau John Ciuppa Gary Cocco

Gary F. Colletti Paul Colford

Gary A. Colletti

Dominic Condo

John Czeterko Edward Connell

Thomas Cutillo Philip Connelly

Rocco Conti Mark Connolly

William Conrad

TEACHERS Algebra: MR. ROONEY English: FR. DALY, S.J. History: MR. BERKOWITZ Latin: MR. SANZO Religion: FR. BROWNING, S.J.

CLASS OFFICERS President: MICHAEL DiGERONIMO Vice-President: KEVIN DAILEY Secretary-Treasurer: JOHN CAULFIELD Representative: PAUL COLFORD

Donald Czok

Kevin Dailey Anthony D'Amore

Peter DeMoose

Kevin Duffy

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Robert Devaney Gerard Deman

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Michael DiGeronimo

Peter DiMatteo


John Dunay

George Emme

Robert Eckstein

Theodore Dylewski

John Fallock

Gary Filak

Vincent Egizi CLASS OFFICERS President: VINCENT EGIZI Vice-President: RONALD GARILLI Secretary-Treasurer: JOHN FISCHER Representative: GARY FILAK

James Fitzpatrick

Nicholas Fiore

Thomas Findlay

John Fischer

John Foley

Brian Franey

Kevin Gallagher

Michael Fudali

Michael Gannon

Ronald Garilli

Anthony Gaita

TEACHERS Algebra: MR. PACELLI English: MR. MULVIHILL History: FR. SMITH, S.J. Latin: FR. FOLEY, S.J. Religion: FR. STROUD, S.J,

Thomas Gentile

Thomas Gawlik

"O n ly one o f each, now, bo ys"

Kim Greene Michael Gianotto

Michael Giantini

Christopher Gross

Nicholas Golubow

Robert Grucnacz

Michael Guasconi

Daniel Hart

James Hasson

Thomas Hansen

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Dennis Hall

William Hamill

Richard Hanlon

Daniel Harrington


CLASS OFFICERS President: BRUCE JOHNSON Vice-President: THOMAS KILDUFF Secretary-Treasurer: THOMAS HYNES Representative: HAROLD LIVERA

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Michael Healy

George Holochak Anthony Herenda Adam Herchold

John Hawriluk

Thomas Hynes

Anthony Intromasso

Stanley Hreniuk

Robert James Eugene Hunter

John Jablonski

TEACHERS Algebra: MR. PACELLI English: MR. MULVIHILL History: FR. SMITH, S.J. Latin: FR. FOLEY, S.J. Religion: FR. STROUD, S.J.

Joel Kelly

Paul Junice

Chester Keller Richard Karwoski

Clifford Keenan

Sullivan Johnson

Joseph Labattaglia

Joseph LaPilusa

Robert Kelly

Mark Kennedy

Matthew Krautheim Thomas Kilduff

Gary Kosc

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Patrick Lenahan

James Lavin

Robert Lenahan Edward Lennon

William Litterer Patrick Lipka

Harold Livera Paul LoPresto

The ta ll and th e short o f it.


Chari es Loelius

Robert Lyons

Thomas Malloy

Alfonse Mannato

" I hope m om d o n 't see th is l11

Michael Lysak

Mark Mahar

Richard Malavarca

Paul Marino

Michael Marlowe

William Marshall

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III John McCoy

Gregory Massey

Ronald Mitchell

Robert McMahon

William McGowan

John McGourty

Kenneth Miller

Robert McGrath

Robert McGovern

Thomas McGinty

Michael McGaughran

David McCarthy

Gregory Mauriello

Michael Masone

CLASS OFFICERS President: ALFONSE MANNATO Vice President: DAVID McCARTHY Secretary-Treasurer: GREGORY MASSEY Representative: KENNETH MILLER

TEACHERS Algebra MR. ROONEY English: MR. MULVIHILL History: MR. P. LYNCH, S.J. Latin: MR. SANZO Religion: FR. DALY, S.J. James Mortenson

Robert Mongiello Salvatore Moni

Donald Murphy

Stanley Osta pski

James O'Halloran

John Murray

Paul Murdaco

Jeffrey Nesnay

Douglas Noonan

Robert O'Neil


CLASS OFFICERS President: JOSEPH PETRI Vice-President: ROBERT SHEA Secretary: BRIAN SCHACJK Treasurer: WILLIAM SEWELL Robert Pagano Paul Pankewicz Kenneth Parkington Vincent Pickett

Phillip Pfleger Edward Parlock

William Pecherski

Andre Pelagalli

Robert Parzych John Paulovich Kevin Regan

TEACHERS Algebra: MR. ROONEY English: MR. MULVIHILL History: MR. P. LYNCH, S.J. Latin: MR. SANZO Religion: FR. DALY, S.J.

Stephen Pingree

Robert Qualiano

Joseph Pini Drew Portfolio Joseph Scalo

Peter Scalia Richard Reid Robert Romano

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Ira Rubin

Eugene Sassone Cfrarles Russel

Thomas Scott

Robert Russello

William Schmidt

Paul Schaetzle

Brian Schacjk

Robert Shea

William Sewell

Richard Sheils It's the G re a t Pum pkin!"


CLASS OFFICERS President: JOHN STINE Vice-President: STEVEN TURNER Secretary-Treasurer: MICHAEL STABILE Representative: DAVID WATKINS

Charles Smith

Glenn Spies

Patrick Sprouls

Michael Stabile

John Steinbacher

Steven Turner John Stine

Lawrence Sutton

James Sweeney

Richard Sweeney

Joseph Vallerini

Michael Venditti

Michael Vincitore

James Vargas

Michael Von Tersch

David Walther

John Watson

Robert Warner

David Watkins

" It's gonna be some y e a r"

TEACHERS Algebra: MR. ROONEY English: MR. MULVIHILL History: MR. P. LYNCH, S.J. Latin: MR. SANZO Religion: FR. DALY, S.J.

Henry Wawroski

John Western

John Wilkes

Theodore Witomski

John Wisniewski

Robert Zito

Thomas Wojiechowski

Robert Wojcik

Gary Wondolowski

Howa rd Wuefling

Kenneth Yacavino

Jerry Zakrzewski


Andrew Alosco

Peter Borghesi

Nelson Cadalzo

Edward Camilo

Michael Caulfield

Ralph Citarelle

2-A Edward Clark

Dominick Gadaleta

Andrew Filak

Dominick DiGiorgio

Robert Gerbino

Mark Kokosinski

Damien Graham

George Flimlin

Edward Kowal

Ralph Lamparello

Francis Manziano

Robert Manzi

Michael Marano

Robert Mastellone

William McGovern

James McCarthy

" I w onder if I'm in tro u b le

Edward Meagher

Robert Newton

Michael Nemeth

CLASS OFFICERS President: DOMINICK GADALETA Vice-President: DOMINICK DiGIORGIO Secretary-Treasurer: RALPH LAMPARELLO Representative: JAMES McCARTHY

Samuel Polino

Louis Orlando

H O M ER O O M TEACHER: MR. TAFFARO


CLASS OFFICERS President: DALE HOCHSTEIN Vice-President: VITO GERMINARIO Secretary-Treasurer: MATTHEW McCUE Representative: MICHAEL THOMAS

James Audet

Angelo Caprio

Michael DeSimone

Samuel Constantino

Joseph DiTuro

John Feeney

Anthony Fazio

Michael C. Fitzpatrick

Vito Germinario

Matthew McCue

Brian Salisbury

George Hawriluk

Edward McGee

Nicholas Scarpa

Louis Giele

Dale Hochstein

Leo Hurley

Aidan Mitchell

Robert Padlowski

Gary Pollifrone

Michael Thomas

Thomas Valentine

John Wolozen

Kevin Helinski

Richard McMahon

Gary Sommers

H O M E R O O M TEACHER: FR. MEAGHER, S.J.


CLASS OFFICERS President: PAUL TOMASZESKI Vice-President: RAYMOND MONICO Secretary-Treasurer: RICHARD POMPLIANO Representative: THOMAS CHICCONE John Dudsak

Andrew Abbott

John Aughinbaugh

Thomas Campion

Fred Censullo Martin Downey

Louis Giusto Thomas Chiccone Allen Hmielewski Thomas Cowan Jay Kiessling Kevin Crociani John Kunka

Christopher Daly

Raymond Monico Joel Lafrano

John Lamb Richard Pompliano William LoVerme

Raymond Marszalowicz

Robert Shefsky

Edwa rd Suczewski

Thomas Viceconte Paul Tomaszeski

Jeffrey Zak

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Harry Zayes

Thomas Zappia

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â– mtJm Stanley Baker

Robert Corcoran

James Bulzis

Michael Campbell

Stephen Baker

John Fallon

John D'Agostino

Thomas Crappse

Frederick Kerber

Joseph Goscienski

Frank Lamartine

Edward Hunter

Joseph Licata

Thomas Dougherty

Gerard Kubica

Gerard La Forgia

Robert Kozar

Jeffrey Michalski

John Meyers

James Murphy

Andrew Mortenson

Richard Newton

CLASS OFFICERS President: EDWARD HUNTER Vice-President: THOMAS CRAPPSE Secretary-Treasurer: NEIL O'CONNOR Representative: LOUIS PARISI

Neil O'Connor

Louis Parisi

Carl Pilla

Keith Reardon Robert Polakoski Louis Prontnicki

A n d then, Meshnick . .

Frank Tallarida George Wyville

Thomas Wicks John Wische John Rogers

Harry Schmidt

Frank Sidoti

Nicholas St. George

H O M E R O O M TEACHER: MR. CASEY


Gregory Arnold

Thomas Burke

W alter Avery

Gary Barlettano

Alan Bartolozzi

Michael Baranski

Roger Boyle

Frank Bolha

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Vincent Catanzaro

Michael Donohue

David Cybulski

John Fencik

Sean Elefthrow

William Dowd

John Dunne

Michael Devaney

Harold Lachnicht

James Gallo

Thomas Green

Thomas Hanly

Brian Hannon Robert Knox

Michael Grata Ie

CLASS OFFICERS President: EDWARD WOLF Vice-President: ALEX SANTORA Secretary-Treasurer: VINCENT CATANZARO Representative: JAMES GALLO

Daniel Mullin

Daniel Longo Robert Maclsaac

Kenneth Marion John Martinowich

Michael Sciarra

Alex Santora

Michael Whelan

Edward Wolf

The Supreme Sacrifice Francis Short

H O M ER O O M TEACHER: FR. STROUD, S.J.

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Edward Bums August D'Aquila William England John Finn

George Gajewski Richard Healy James Horan Wayne Judy

If Father Lynch comes y o u 're O U T ! Raymond Kirkeby Thomas Laird Joseph Louma

Brian Lowe

Jeffrey Olynick Michael Milano William Morton

Mark Polo Timothy Murray Philip Newman

Mark Settembre Joseph Pona

John Skvir John Staab

Almerindo Portfolio Harvey Rubinstein Thomas Sasso

CLASS OFFICERS President: PAUL TRESCOTT Vice-President: TIMOTHY MURRAY Secretary-Treasurer: THOMAS SASSO Representative: JOHN STAAB

Paul Trescott John Viggiano Walter Wilkes

H O M E R O O M TEACHER: MR. OVERSTREET


CLASS OFFICERS President: DENIS REILLY Vice-President: WILLIAM PHILHOWER Secretary-Treasurer: LAWRENCE ANTONUCCI Representative: GERARD AKE

Laurence Adams

Gerard Ake

Gary Amato

Lawrence Antonucci

Martin Brack

John Byram

John Callahan

Edward Carroll

Jack Bellinf

Peter DeRosa

Anthony Farina

Edward Florio

Thomas Booth

James Giaccio

2-G Gaetano Gregory

George Gurdak

Lawrence Hill

Michael Lynch

John McConville

Kevin Meade

William Horan

Daniel Meshnick

Denis O ’Sullivan

Walter Kowal

Michael Liguori

Denis Reilly

William Philhower

Arthur Lutz

Michael Ryan

Frederick Stevens

Joseph Scerbo

Philip Szymanski

George Sucato

Wayne Zimnoch

Robert Tatulli O o h -a h h -a h h

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Robert Bauer

Richard Agresta George Aviles

Andrew Balinski

John Bogdanski Thon

Peter Bizlewicz

Anthony Giordano Val Fiorillo

James Giannella

Michael P. Fitzpatrick

James Conne

Michael Giannechini

William Garrone

CLASS OFFICERS President: THOMAS BIONDO Vice-President: JAMES GIANNELLA Secretary-Treasurer: WILLIAM GARRONE Representative: ANDREW BALINSKI

Robert Glanzman

Lawrence Lewis Richard Hastings

BO N U S points fo r h ittin g this.

Frank Rizzo Michael Podolak

Peter Nickerson

Anthony Materek

Lawrence Ruziecki

Kevin O'Connell

James McDonald

Randolph Walther George Wirt

Michael Spadoro John Tryneski

HO M ER O O M TEACHER: MR. VERDON!


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Robert Brockman Thomas Connolly

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Charles Donovan

SAV M Michael Faccone

James Doolan

Joseph Fiano

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Patrick Haughey

Jace k Herchold

Jan Kawecki

Gregory Keenan

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Timothy Grzelak

James Gleason

James Grimes

Curtis Johnson

James Hickey Edward Jaronczyk

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Michael Lauber

Neil Marchese

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David Madison

Stephen Kozakewich Edward Larsen

CLASS OFFICERS President: JACEK HERCHOLD Vice-President: JAMES GLEASON Secretary-Treasurer: THOMAS WILSON Representative: JAMES HICKEY

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John Oswald

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Michael Neale Patrick O'Connell

I John Slawsky

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Nicholas Vernese

John W a 'd ro n

Thomas W ilson

Vincent Sabato

Martin Polakowski Joseph Rowan

H O M ER O O M TEACHER: FR. O 'C O N N O R , S.J.


CLASS OFFICERS President: EDWARD ZALESKI Vice-President: STEPHEN SIWEK Secretary-Treasurer: JAMES HAMILL Representative: JOSEPH LYNYAK

Robert Broderick

David Barry

James Connolly

Thomas Bovasso

Brian Corrigan

James Hamifl

Joseph Egan G a y lo rd W h o ?

John Hamill

Patrick Larkin

Kevin O'Donnell

Joseph Lynyak Edward Mackiewicz

Edward Zaleski

Gregory Schneider Michael Sabatino

Stephen Siwek

Joseph Pulichino

HO M ER O O M TEACHER: MR. GALIASTRO


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Joseph Cervalli

Joseph Creazzo

Joseph DePascale

James Fay

Charles poyle

Kenneth Feduniewic:

William Foran

3-C Nicholas Fusco

Paul Garibaldi

Richard Giannotto

Daniel Gieser

Robert Heer

Jerome Kacprowicz

Gary Konvit

Anthony Luppino

Peter Mango

David McGu ire

Michael Holy

Thomas O'Brien

Daniel Nodes

Carmine Meluso

M Charles Olsen

John Osaben

Ronald Soriano

Edmund Schroback

Leo Spaccavento

Robert Simons

Mark Strohoefer

Ju st a n o th e r Latin C lass.

CLASS OFFICERS President: JOSEPH DePASCALE Vice-President: MICHAEL HOLY Secretary-Treasurer: DANIEL NODES Representative: LEO SPACCAVENTO

Stephen Totaro

Dean Vassil

John Willms

Mark Zaremba

Dennis Todaro

H O M ER O O M TEACHER: MR. RICCIO 71


John Bin+z

William Boyd

Raymond Curran

Robert DeMaio

Alexander Forsythe

Joseph Gallombardo

Andrzej Lichnowski

Peter Brady

Raymond Domnik

Glenn Greten

Joseph Brower

Anthony Cantisano

Kevin Cleary

Michael Durney

Thomas Elliott

Thomas Fabyanski

Steven Fava

Patrick Ferro

Thomas Grillo

William Kachur

Harry Kegelman

Kenneth Kopec

Michael Korba

William Lisa

Kenneth Mahon

Christopher McClave

Henry McFarland

Thomas Coffey

Anthony Costantino

Vito Ma

CLASS OFFICERS President: VITO MAZZA Vice President: DAVID VERGARETTI Secretary-Treasurer: THOMAS GRILLO Representative: KENNETH MAHON

James Morton " O .K . Korba, I see y o u !"

yi John Russello

Thomas Murray

John Pron

David Vergaretti

Joseph Siciliano Vincent Serra

Thomas Vanderbeck

Michael Wilenta

HO M ER O O M TEACHER: MR. GRAY


Stanley Baginski

Frank Balboa

Richard Bennek Joseph Bannon

Peter DePascale

Robert Barkovitz

Robert Domaleski

CLASS OFFICERS President: ALFRED LaGRATTA Vice-President: ROBERT HANSEN Secretary-Treasurer: JULIUS FORHECZ Representative: DENNIS REZNICK Julius Forhecz Jose Gener

Thomas Dorigatti

Kevin Hanly

Ronald Gurtatowski

Eli Lizza

Alfred LaGratta John Lenahan

Paul Kokosinski

Robert Hansen

Richard Kopacz

Martin Ketterer

Gregory Miceli

James McGuinness Hugh McDonald

Francis McGuire

Robert Murphy

Thomas McHugh

Dennis Reznick

Martin O'Connor

George Schwenk

Stanley Plust

Vincent Tavormina

Walter Seweryn Christopher Simpson "Yeah, b a b y !"

Ronald Willenborg

HO M ERO O M TEACHER: MR. MILLER


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Richard Andriola

Patrick Bergamo

Charles Bernhardt

CLASS OFFICERS President: JOHN CHIOLA Vice-President: PATRICK LAMPARELLO Secretary-Treasurer: THOMAS SCHMIDT Representative: STANLEY PAZDEN

Marc Cozzetta

Edward Hrinewski

Paul Hummel

Patrick Lamparello

John Leoncavello

Louis Liberatore

Thomas Nesgoda

Gregory Plunges

Thomas Mruz

Eugene Iwanyk

Joseph Bredehoft

Gerald Brennan

John Chiola

Thomas Corcoran

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Donald Curry

Joseph DiGeronimo

Ernest Kemp

William Koleba

Dennis MacMahon

Dennis Madej

Stanley Pazden

Terence Cleary

Joseph Dobies

Bernard Doherty

Kevin O'Brien

"G e e , Rick, yo u 're w o n d e rfu l!"

Charles Rooney

William >Rand

Robert Scher

Thomas Schmidt

Robert Seyfried

Ronald Szmerda

Eugene Vallerini

James Williams

H O M E R O O M TEACHER: MR. McGUINNESS


CLASS OFFICERS President: KENNETH WILLIAMS Vice-President: RICHARD REGAN Secretary-Treasurer: JOSEPH DELLA FAVE Representative: FREDERICK PATERNOSTER

Kevin Bennett

Robert Benedetti

Richard Andryszewski

Michael Colletti

Joseph Atkachunas

Brian Dischler

Mark Dailey

Wil

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Thon

Edward Hinte

Joseph DellaFave

Kenneth Kuzmiak

Paul LoVerme

Robert LaSalle

Alan LaQuaglia

Vincent Lobbato

Martin Kennedy

Thomas Murphy

Richard Lusinski

William Hrynkiewicz

Robert Genthon

Thomas Myers

Thomas Nimbley

Richard Regan

Edward Paschik

Frederick Paternoster

William Madsen

Joseph Statile Richard Ross

Brian Sharkey

Michael Sawicz

Jay Zelinski Robert Szewczyk

"I th in k it's some kinda p lo t." Raymond Szpakowski

Kenneth Williams

H O M ER O O M TEACHER: MR. CAREY


"Prep will always be close to my heart."

"And the senior class is

9944/ 100% more rowdy than last year."

A SSEM B LIES


This year, th e assemblies w ere fe w and fa r between, thanks t o o u r new c o m p u te r co m p a n y, which co n ­ sta n tly d e la ye d th e re p o rt cards. But those which we had were well w o rth w a itin g fo r. They helped keep school s p irit up and to make th e stu d e n t b o d y aw are o f the u n ity o f th e years. A t th e assemblies, p resided o ve r by Father S nyder and President J e ff V ita le , th e stu­ dents w ho a ch ieved scholastic excellence were p u b ­ lic ly h o nored. E n te rta in m e n t was p ro v id e d b y th e evertu n e fu l Prep Band and G le e C lu b . Both showed the high q u a lity o f th e ir musical ta le n t. The h ig h lig h t was th e C h ristm as assembly, a t which Father Fischer, th e Rector, had to say " g o o d -b y e " a fte r a sh o rt stay. Father Scully was also in tro d u c e d as the new R ector.

W h y do the Frosh always get so many honors?


A CTIVITIES


A guy needs involvement H e needs to be part o f things Things that bring out the goodness in a guy The physical and spiritual possessions To be extended to others . . . W ith a driving activity that moves on . . . And never stops.


STUDENT

J eff V itale: President of the Student Council.

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CO U N CIL This year the theme of our Student Council has been a greater student participation in all levels of Prep life. Encouraging the student body to involve and dedicate itself in at least one extra-curricular activity ranked as the major project of the Council. The Student Council strove to demonstrate its value not only to the students but to the faculty as well. Since the value of a member of the Council is judged by the ma­ turity and responsibility of his person, the character and spirit he develops serves as an example and inspiration to others. Needless to say the Council tries to personify and promote that intangible goal of Prep education, the fact that we are or will be "Christian cultured gentlemen." Since education is fundamentally a student-teacher rela­ tionship, the Council attempted to bridge this traditional gap by acting, when requested, for the benefit of either party. In general, the six men who were elected to the execu­ tive posts did a fine job of running the machinery of our student government and life. Mitch Syp, Vice-President and chairman of the Publicity Committee, helped spread the glory of Grand and War­ ren with articles in many of the newspapers throughout northern New Jersey. He was also in charge of the Coun­ cil bulletin, in which each representative wrote an article. The Dance Committee performed an outstanding job as usual, but this year's chairman, Steve Tomaszeski, himself a personification of the Prep spirit, provided us with the reinstitution of the "Hardwood Hop." Steve and the Dance Committee are hoping to have begun a tradition with the Hop, and we hope they did, too! The Rally Committee flourished under the capable dfe|| rection of Tony Colasurdo. Probably the most exciting rail this year was the one in which the all-male walls of Prep were once more invaded, this time by the better half from Sacred Heart Academy, Hoboken. Brian Torpey did an excellent job with the intramurals as he expanded the range of football and basketball in­ tramural games. Brian also initiated volleyball and boxball tournaments. Lou Erhardt and the Cultural Committee supplied the school with calendars of cultural events, basketball and hockey games, and many other activities. Lou, along with Fr. Jaschko, initiated the Prep Ski Club. But the man forever behind all the scenes was Jeff Vitale, the Council President. If Jeff had not put his heart into the Council this year, it would have fallen far short of the goal it attained. Our thanks to the Executive Council and the entire Student Council for a highly successful and beneficial year.


Senior Representatives: (I. to r.) Bob Musella, Don Shalhoub, Jack Pagano, Joe Romano, Ernie Clerihew, Ed Duffy, Brian Rydwin. N o t Pictured: Dan M cC arthy, Joe Colford, Bill O 'R eilly.

Junior Representatives: (I. to r.) Joe Lynyak, Fred Paternoster, Leo Spacca足 vento, Stan Pazden, Dennis Reznick. N o t pictured: Ken Mahon, Jim Hickey.

Brian Torpey: Chairman of the Intramural Council.

f , to r.) Brian Salisbury, Jim Gallo, Jerry Ake, Tom Chiccone, John Staab. N o t pictured: Jim M cC arthy, Lou Parisi, A ndy Balinski.


Lou Erhardt: Chairm an o f the Cultural C o m m ittee.

The Cultural C om m ittee.

M itch Syp: Vice-President and Chairman o f the Publicity Com m ittee.

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Dennis Reznick, Vice-President, N .J . Ass'n of High School Councils.

Tony Colasurdo, Chairman of the Rally Committee.

Steve Tomaszeski, Chairman of the Dance Com m ittee.


RALLY CO M M ITTEE In the week pre cee din g any Prep fo o tb a ll game o r im p o rta n t basketball game, th ere is always a g ro u p o f d e d ic a te d students hard a t work. These are th e m embers o f the Rally C o m m itte e . To do this, th e y constantly sought original and im ­ a g in a tive plans fo r the pep rally o f the week and "Beauty is only skin deep."

The mouse that roared.

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then ®x®cu+ed P e rfe ctly. Theirs is the re­ sp on sib ility o f building school s p irit to r th e Prep team s. The hardest w orking members, under the d ire c tio n o f Rev. M r. Patrick Lynch, S.J., were Seniors Tony C olasurdo, th e chairman, M ike DeSocio, Phil Spooner, and Junior, Joe Stabile, who could be found w orking d ilig e n tly on posters in the A r t Room daily. The Prep Cheerleaders were another responsibility o f th e Rally C o m m it­ tee. These noise-makers included M a rty Dolan and Bob R uggieri o f Senior year, M ike H oly and Bob Hansen o f Ju nior year, and Sam Polino and John Bogdanski o f Sophom ore year.


Tony Colasurdo introduces the basketball team.

. . and he can read, too."

Prep's High Priest sacrifices the Dickinson Ram


"I saw her first."

Cheerleaders, Left to Right: Brewer, Bogdanski, Buzzio, Gallo, Dolan, Lanskey (N ot Pic足 tured), Ruggieri.

Rally Committee, Left to Right, Seated: Cooney, Lanskey, Tochlco, Erhardt, Materak, Dolan, Reilly; Standing: Brower, Cantanzaro, Filak, Gadaleta, Spies, Gallo (Not Pictured), Ruggieri.

Steering Committee, Left to Right: Chiola, Statile, Bowen, Spooner, Colasurdo, DeSocio, and Arestia.

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Juniors vie fo r lunchtime championship.

IN TR AM U R AL COUNCIL

Front row: (l.-r.) Paul W h ite , Brian Torpey, Ron Zingaro, Joe Coonew, Steve Bloom, Tom Kiely, Paul Tyrell. Back row: Tom Meyers, John Chiola, Steve Thomsen, Jim M cC oy, Chris Nickerson, Denis Reilly.

The Intram ural C o u n cil under th e leadership o f Brian T o rp e y and Russell Piccoli co n d u cte d its m ost successful year. The fo o t足 ball d o u b le -e lim in a tio n

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pants and frozen fingers, was clim axed in e a rly Decem ber b y a sudden d e a th v ic to ry b y a ta le n te d 4B squad o ve r a sp irite d 3E team fo r th e cham pionship. Prep's firs t in tra m u ra l volleyball to u rn a m e n t was h ig h lig h te d b y th e Frosh-Soph play, won b y 2 C . In basketball th e a c tio n was heightened even fu rth e r with five-m an class, three-m an, and a c tiv ity tournies. 4B was again th e p re m ie r team as it m e th o d ica lly outclassed all o th e r com 足 p e tito rs . A n o th e r innovation placed cham pionship and all-star teams fro m each ye a r in c o m p e titio n w ith those o f o th e r years. Also planned fo r th e spring was so ftb all, boxball, and an a d d i足 tio n a l Frosh-Soph vo lle yb a ll tou rn a m en t. M uch o f th e c re d it f o r the g re a t success o f this program must go to its new m od e ra tor, M r. M ichael Berkowitz. H e worked long and hard, especially in th e fo o tb a ll and volleyball phases, to run successful tournam ents and g ive as many o f us as possible a chance to play. A g re a t deal o f c re d it must also be given to th e yearly charmen who, under th e hand o f Russell Piccoli, d id most o f th e actual work.

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TH E MOUSE TH A T ROARED 1

"O nce more from the top."

" M y son, my son, you're just like your fa th e r. . . "

"W h a t else can I do?"

. and they had metal heads."

"I can blow up the whole world!"


T H E CAST Tully Bascom .. C o u n t M o u n t Jo y David Benter „ G loriana XII .. C h e t Beston . Kokintz ... President , General S nippet .. W a c D ebbie .. W a c Jill . Tourists — M a ry ... Jane .... Fran . Pam .. Ladies in W a itin g Norm a .. Helen .. Peasant G irl ....

Miss Johnson Miss W ilkins ..

.. John H am ill, '69 . G re g o ry Panfile, '68 .. M a tth e w Jusinski, '68

Mrs. Reiner ....

. Elayne Puzan, A .S .A .

Mrs. Bascom ... Tom M ulligan ...

,. M a rtin Dolan, '68 .. M itch Syp, '68 . Tim C horney, '68 , Paul Fischer, '68 .. K athy Dunn, A .S .A . .. Patricia Dean, S .H .A . .... Ellen Dietz, .. Lynn Selander, C a th y Kearney, Joanne Lillis,

W ill Tatum .... Announcer .. C olum bia Students ■

.. Louis N iedbala, H.F.A. . Lois Von Atzingen, A .S .A . Linda Von Atzingen, A .S .A . M ary Anne G ordon, S.D.A. Jo Ann Kalinowski, S.D.A. ....................Tom Simpson, '68 Kevin Bennett, '69 ............... Dean Vassil, '69 Rosemarie Murray, A .S.A . Dennis MacMahon, '69 Kevin A very, '68 G eorge Fleck, '68

S.D.A. H .R .A . S .H .A. A .S .A .

Soldiers o f G rand Fenwick — John Brockmann, '69 - Leonard Kiczek, Brian Fitzgibbons, 68 - Russell Piccoli, Denis Reilly, '70 - Raymond Domnick, John Bellacosa, '71 - R obert Qualiano, Steve Thomsen, '68 - Douglas Raska,

Patricia Hmelar, S .H .A. Karin G ille tt, A .S .A . . Carolina Bondy, H .F.A .

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"You idiots, you'll destroy the world."

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fo rg e t "th# double-headed eagle o f Fen­

motley band o f sofiiieiji Slider the: able liadsrshijs o f T a w

wick, th e p u rp le ’fe e t- o f th e grapecrusher, © rim e bung-

Bascum entered N ew York C ity, captured ltlS;: ”9

'jSiyg collecti® i| o f m isfits called

B©»j}J^“,

"The A rm y o f G rand

Fdftwitff*

and won the W a r. From th e tim e th e cu rta in firs t ope ne d , to th e last roar

A ll things considered, S a in t Peter's Prep owes a d e b t

o f th e Fenwickian Field M ouse, th e audience was held in

o f g ra titu d e - ti> f f » ta le n te d g ro u p o f a c to rs and crew

la u g h te r and awe by th e le a d in g man M i l lady;, John

who presented ffois play f o r a jo b well done. It was one

H a m ill and Elayne Puzan. I t c o w s n e ve r fo rg e t th e s ta te ly

o f ih o g re a te st com edies e ve r to com e to th e schoo. a t

b e a u ty o f Elayne as Princess G to ria n a , a nd th e serSfus

G ra a d a nd W a rre n .

"Break a leg and give 'em hell."

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The Band provides half-tim e entertainm ent a t the Dickinson game .

BAND

and furnishes musical accompaniment a t the assemblies . . .

M r. John M artel, Conductor. and participates at each rally. 92


The Saint Peter's Prep Band

'T h e best In th e New York Province." This was said o f th e Prep Band a couple o f years ago. To live up to this is th e goal which th e present Band has set fo r ifse lf. W o rk in g hard to prepare fo r its p e rfo rm ­ Left to Right: M r. E. O verstreet and M r. N . Connelly, S.J., Temporary Conductors; J. M cC o y , Drum M ajor; R. Giovenco, Vice-President; G . Com peau, President. N o t Pictured: T. Kelly, Secretary-Treasurer.

ances, th e Band n e 1, the challenge and surpassed if th ro u g h hard work, d e term in a tion , and sheer ta le n t. Even when Mfc John M arte l, the conductor, was ill fo r tw o m onths in m id-year, th e members, w ith the assistance o f M r. Nicholas C o nnc y, S.J., th e m oder­ a to r, and M r. S dgar O verstreet, who served as d i­ re c to r in M r. M a rte l's absence, contined to function and prepare fo r th e concerts. Using rehearsals a t least tw ice a week as a spring­ board, the Band gets ready fo r its va ried p e rfo rm ­ ances. These include h a lM im e shows during the fo o t­ ball season, school assemblies, religious and civic parades, and the h ig h lig h t o f the year the annual Spring C o n c e rt a t the Prep gym . Led by the Presi­ dent, G e ra ld C om peau, the Band really o u td id itself a t the C o n ce rt. W e salute the Band fo r its fine musical achievem ent.

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C larin et Section, le ft to right: G . Com peau, A . Filak, T. Nesgoda, R. Ruggieri, E. Suczewski.

Percussion Section, le ft to right: M . Flannery, J. Pencilt, T. Kelly, G . W ir t, P. lannarella, J. C iuppa, M . Sawicz, J. M cDonald. N o t Pictured: D. Cybulski.

Trumpet Section, left to right: M . O 'N e ill, T. Compeau, J. Skvir, J. M cCoy, V. Pickett, J. Kunka, S. Pingree, G . M iceli. N o t Pictured: R. Giovenco. 94


Brass Section, le ft to right: E. Hrinewski, T. Sienkewicz, R. Michalowski, J. Buzzerio.

M r. N . Connelly, S.J., M o d e ra to r, and M anagers D. Vassil, J. Plaza, J. Creazzo. N o t Pictured: K. Boland.

Saxaphone Section, le ft to right: J. W aldron, S. Kozakewich, P. M c足 Govern, W . Engel, E. Lizza, R. Marsalowicz, M . Bury. N o t Pictured: W . Sinopoli, K. Williams, L. Parisi.

The Band practices for a football game.

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inscape

ers: Steve Janiszewski and Ed Dillon

~"X)nder th e le a ^ g iilffp i o f M r. Thomas O 'L e a ry, S.J., cfna e d ito r M ichael Sabatino,

Inscape’

p ro b a b ly

jaaipved its m ost p o p u la r year. This can be a ttrib u te d to th e . n ^ 'b o i'c y o f se%C':,'g the best m aterial sub|H J fflÂŽ b ^ J h e e n tire stu d en t b o d y fo r the magazine, articles w ritte n b y th e W e ll, nobody's perfect.

sta ff mSmkarPTIrM^enSBg-etic staff, however, worked long hou's

tw o exclelent, w ell-received

issues. li^ f i | l | g j j ^ n r a ^ i Q r t s t o r i e # f and e d ito ria ls o f "In sca'DM^.i ag:ain supplied reading enjoym ent to the 'lo ve rw o rp ed ^fe u t keen, minds o f the men o f St. 'Peter's.

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B


Editors: Joe S+a+ile, M r. O 'L e ary , S.J., the m oderator, Tom Pagel, John Bogdanski, and M ike Sabatino (seated).

The Staff: Ron W illinb org, Joe Statile, Tony Luppino,

Joe

Bannon,

Mahon, Ed Zaleski,

Elliot,

Ken

Brian C orrigan,

Tom

Rich

Lusinski, Tom Mruz, Steve Siwek, Frank Sidoti, M ike Sawicz, Tom W ilson. Seated: Tom Pagel, Tim Grzelak, M ike Sabatino and John Bogdanski.

The editors study their first issue.

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The new look o f the Prep G le e Club.

G LE E CLUB

A g a in this ye a r Prep echoes w ith th e sounds o f vocal harm ony. A sh o rt search fo r th e source leads you to th e d o o rste p o f th e Prep G le e C lu b . This small b u t d e d i足 ca te d g ro u p is led b y M r. N icholas C onnolly, S.J. This ye a r o u r glee club jo in e d forces w ith those o f Sacred H e a rt A ca d e m y, St. A l's A ca d e m y, St. Dorn's A c a d 足 emy, and St. A n th o n y's fo r Christm as ca ro ling in hos足 p ita l wards, and p e rfo rm e d solo a t o u r Christm as as足 sembly. A lso in s titu te d this y e a r is a jo in t spring co n c e rt w ith th e fem ale vocalists. But wherever it perform s, the music o f th e G le e C lu b falls on a p p re c ia tiv e ears.

M r. C onnolly, S.J., d ire cts th e singers in p re p a ra tion fo r th e Christm as caroling.


Record crowd a t the Prep Dance.

DANCES


A re va m p m e n t o f th e p o p u la r Dance C o m m itte e

S p it-N -lm ag e entertains a t Prep.

to o k place this y e a r u n d er C h a irm a n Steve Tom as足 zeski. The p re vio u sly S e n io r-d o m in a te d c o m m itte e to o k on a new look as o ve r 6 0 % o f th e m em bers were underclassm en. This in n o v a tio n

wiB p ro d u ce

d e fin ite re ve rb e ra tio n s on all th e Prep dances b o th th is y e a r and next. A lth o u g h th e m a jo rity o f th e c o m m itte e was in 足 experienced, th e q u a lity o f th e never> question e d .

W ith

unique

Prep dances was designs,

co lo rfu l

posters, and in d ire c t lig h tin g , and some o f th e best bands in th e county, th e s p irit o f Prepsters was never g re a te r than on th e d a y o f one o u r "h a p p e n 足 ings." G irls fro m

fa r and w id e fre q u e n te d

th e

Prep

dances and helped us set new a tte n d a n ce records th a t w ill be im possible to b e a t because a t tw o o f o u r dances th e re just w a sn 't any room le ft! O n e o f th e m ost p o p u la r fe a ture s o f o u r dances was th e new p o lic y o f presenting on ly th e best en足 te rta in m e n t o b ta in a b le . I t was th e v a rie ty o f bands, however, th a t pleased Prepsters th e most. The beats ranged fro m psychedelic grooves, sounds, and then to folk-rock.

to

M oto w n

Y e t no m a tte r how well a dance is organized, only one fa c to r can make th e n ig h t a success (besides music], and th a t va ria b le fa c to r is th e a tte nd a n ce . The Prep students and th e ir girls deserve th e c re d it fo r th e success o f o u r dances. They knew where th e actio n was, is and w ill always be. The Prep dance is one o f o u r fa v o rite tra d itio n s .

Bob caught in the act.


CO M M ITTEE


HARDWOOD HOP O n th e n ig h t o f F ebruary 24th, 1968, an o ld tra d itio n was re -in stitu te d a t th e Prep. I t was th e "H a rd w o o d H o p ." O u t-d o in g themselves fo r th e h o lid a y " G r id ir o n " the Dance C o m m itte e had its work c u t o u t in p re p a ra tio n fo r th e " H a rd w o o d ." The firs t ste p in th e rig h t d ire ctio n , was p ro cu rin g th e brass and chimes o f th e M c ­ C o rm ick Q u in te t; th e second step was sell­ ing o u t the hop in tw o b rie f days! W h e n th e n ig h t fin a lly a rrive d Burke H all was a kaleidoscope o f color. D ecorated a round th e them e o f a cu rre n t best selling record, " L ’A m o u r Est Bleu" (Love is Blue), th e ca fe te ria was d ra p e d and shaded in all th e va riatio n s o f aqua. The highlights o f th e evening came when th e guest o f honor, M r. J e rry H alligan, coach o f th e va rsity basketball team , was presented w ith a plaque by th e squad. Later on th a t n ig h t he displayed a n other o f his m any talents, this one on th e dance flo o r! W hen th a t hour in e vita b ly came Prep men escorted th e ir dates to some o f the m ore p o p u la r places in th e m etro p o lita n area. W e can only say, "L 'A m o u r e t6 Bleu," m agnifique! 102


G R ID IR O N HOP T hanksgiving Day, 1967, was a dism al one a t th e Prep. The annual Turkey Day bowl had been postpo n e d and w ith it o u r fir s t v ic to ry o f th e season. W o rk in g

o ve rtim e ,

though,

th e

Dance

C o m m itte e m anaged to present one o f th e g re a te s t G rid iro n s ever. S p irits were never h ig h e r as 200 couples jam m ed Burke H all fo r th e 2 5 th A nnual G rid iro n H o p . H a p p ily s tru ttin g to th e sounds o f th e M cC o rm ick Q u in te t, everyone lost th e extra picked up earlier. Burke Hall, th e

now

tra d itio n a l

pounds semi-

fo rm a l room, was g ro o m e d fo r th e occa足 sion in th e s p irit o f th e harvest season, and th e c a fe te ria never looked so in v itin g . A s th e late hours becam e th e e arly ones, most Prepsters and com pany rushed home to m ee t parental curfews a fte r a b rie f s tin t on th e tow n. The G rid iro n o f

67 w ill be recalled as

one o f those grand experiences one had a t th e Prep. This H o p has set a standard fo r all to fo llo w .


U n d e r th e o u ts ta n d in g

le a d e rsh ip o f th e

e d ito r,

M ike

A rg y e la n , assistant e d ito r Dan M c C a rth y and o u r in tre p id Steve Janiszewski — Photo e d ito r, th e Petroc has taken on its g re a te s t fe a ts. T h ro u g h o u t th e year, th e p a p e r has p ro ­ v id e d th e S tu d e n t Body w ith amusing as well as in te re stin g fe a tu re articles concerning all a c tiv itie s a t Prep. This y e a r th e Petroc has in tro d u c e d new items, such as " G ir l o f th e M o n th " and a S tu d e n t C o u n cil le tte r in each issue along w ith a c o n tin u a tio n o f th e "M e n o f th e Y e a r" awards which te rm in a te the y e a r o f th e W h a le .

Assistant Editor Danny M cC arthy and Joe Goscienski.

Tony Clerihew

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Steve Tomaszeski and Tom Sasso add the final touch.

The Petroc staff.

Standing: Editors Mike Argyelan and Danny M cC arthy. Seated: Tony Clerihew.

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The Petroc's unsurpassable staff: Fr. J. Daly, S.J., M od erato r, Editor, Mike Argyelan, Dan M cC arth y , Assistant Editor, Vin Tavormina, Ken Feduniewicz, and Brian Corrigan.

Contrary to rumor, Prep's "man's man."

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N ational M e rit Semi-Finalists: Kevin Harrington, G reg o ry Pan足 file, and Stephen Janiszewski.

N A TIO N A L M ER IT Every ye a r th e N atio na l M e rit Q u a lify in g Test is adm inistered to th e Juniors in high schools across the nation. In th e fall o f Senior year the results are sent to th e p ro spe ctive schools and colleges. A g oo d mark on this te s t will n ot only interest p rospective colleges, b u t could also lead to a scholarship o ffe r. O n ly th e finest students reach the level o f a Finalist or Sem i-Finalist in this c o m p e titio n . This year St. Peter's has produced th re e Semi-Finalists: Stephen Janiszewski, Kevin H a rrin g 足 ton, and G re g o ry Panfile. Besides these three Prep students, tw e ntyfo u r others received Letters o f C o m 足 m endation fo r th e ir perform ance. The Prep is proud o f these students who through th e ir outstanding show足 ing in this te s t have upheld the high standards o f St. Peter's Prep.

National M e rit Letter of Commendation Winners: Left to p g b t, Front Row: R. Zaleski, P. Ryan, C . Lyons, M . Reilly, G . Duch, R. Ruggieri, J. Lilhs- Back Row: J. Horan, R. Finnerty, P. Evans, G . Compeau, W . DeLaney, B. Rydwin, G . Barton, and J. Dailey.

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CHESS TEAM

Back Row: Fiore, Tryneski, Ryan, W illenborg, M c ­ Farland; M iddle Row: Hreniuk, Gurdak, Newman, Bulzis; Front Row: Mclsaac, Rubinstein, Gruchacz.

O ne o f the m ost in M i^s tin g b u t least a p ­ p re c ia te d o f all Prep-4fe5Svities is th e Chess C lu b . M o st peopjjW M M r tp ftjh in k th a t chess is only fo r th e rpore intellectual students, since deep conce^?Sjjero-as^ecessary. H ow ­ ever, i t is possible^'for oTR^fs to a tta in much satisfaction from this a ncient gam e o f wits. Besides duels w n n otb'ers members, there is a regular schedujj^_consisting o f th irte en meets played fo r th^C @ C nty C ham pionship. The co m p e titio n is\Jim it^d because o f the tim e elem ent invo lvpctu ti a single gam e. H ow ever, this ye^ar tile club was able to find tim e to pursue* even \a b ig g e r challenge. M o st o f th e memMecsjLrg^flyolved in several games th ro u g h iib E a im t-E m s makes it pos­ sible to com pBftg"WH‘h 1'p e n p e everywhere, a claim no/T3+hBr” scho'd**'ckrb~^an make. H eavy concentration in the Chess Room.

President Pat Ryan duels opponent.


LIB R A R Y CLUB Prep's small b u t d e d ic a te d

L ib ra ry C lu b

sacrifices an endless num ber o f recess and lunch periods th ro u g h o u t th e school year. From this th e y

gain

valuable

know ledge and

ex足

perience in th e a d m in istra tio n o f th e L ib ra ry. Based on the prem ise th a t reading is the key to a w ell-d e velop e d personality, th e L ib ra ry C lu b seeks to instill in th e stu d e n t b o d y an awareness o f th e co nsta ntly changing w orld a b o u t th em . They d o so b y furnishing the stu足 d e n t b o d y w ith an excellent supply o f books, periodicals, and records. Miss Collins, as m o d e ra to r o f th e club, does her u tm o st to assist the students and fa c u lty in the best use o f th e lib ra ry's fa cilitie s. This year, m ore than ever, her work load has been increased w ith the b u rd e n o f pre pa rin g fo r the renovation o f th e lib ra ry this com ing summer. Miss C ollins and her loyal tro u p e deserve all possible reco gn ition .

M iss C o llin s, the moderator.

L e ft to Rig ht, Fro n t Row: Abate, Brady, Cerchio, McCue, Paluccio, Rugg ie ri. Back Row: Santora, Longo, Sienkiewicz, Ryan, Bradshaw, Mcl-arland; N o t Pictured, Staubach.

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The Science C lu b a t Prep has rece n tly been d iv id e d in to th re e sections: C hem istry, Physics, and Biology. The Biological area is predom inant, th e club having received a c h a rte r from the N a足 tio n a l Science Clubs o f A m e rica and having made several fie ld trip s to St. Peter's C olleg e labora足 to ry am ong o th e r places. The "ch e m ists" co nd uct experim ents on th e ir own in such areas as the M o d e ra te d w ith

th e

Ramsey Young Experim ent dealing vapor

pressures

of

various

liquids.

W h e th e r or n o t th e y w ere successful, these sci足 entists have all gained from th e ir experim ents.

Bob Giovenco and co-moderators Fr. O 'C onnor and M r. Taffaro.

SCIEN CE CLUB "G ee, Playboy never looked so good!"


RADIO CLU B FrOtS th e ir headquarters in the basem ent o f Burke H § lf several Prepsters can be heard al­ m ost any d a y a fte r school ta p p in g o u t Morse Code,

fry in g

to

c o n ta c t a d is ta n t station.

U n d e r th e d ire c tio n o f M r. M c C a ffre y , they have

reached

several fo re ig n

countries,

in ­

clu d in g France, Russia, and G re a t Britain, and each o f th e f if t y states. Besides Morse C o d e sessions, th e club in

p re p a ra tio n

fo r

instructed in rad io th e o ry th e ir

am a te u r o p e ra to r

licenses. The Radio C lu b also encourages the Students to set up home ra d io stations and im p ro ve th e ir own fa c ilitie s. Through the Radio C lu b , St. Peter's is playing

its p a rt in the

advancem ent and stu d y o f electronics, which is th e purpose o f am a te u r radio.

Back Row, Left to Right: D. Todaro, J. Louma, M r. M cC affrey, J. Licata, C . Daly, R. W a ll. Front Row, Left to Right: P. Bizlewicz, B. Sharkey.

Left to Right: R. W all, D. Todaro, P. Lipka. "O h, Holy One, speak to us!"

L e ft to Rig ht: B. Sharkey, P. Bizlewicz, J . Licata.

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G E R M A N CLUB

Mem bers o f the G erm an Club: (I. to r.) Rich Bennek, Bill Lisa, Ken Feduniewicz, and Andrzej Lichnowski.

The G erm an C lu b has a small b u t a m b itio u s m em 足 b e rship m ade up m ostly o f Juniors and Sophomores. Its aim is to in tro d u ce its m em bers to th e s p irit o f G e rm a n y th ro u g h th e experience o f G erm an culture. The m o d e ra to r, M r. Breininger, S.J., gives some reading m ate ria l and songs to sing to th e m em b e r足 ship, and an occasionad m ovie having a G erm an soundtrack. This club is a g re a t stimulus fo r anyone who feels th a t th e p ro g ra m m e d stu d y in th e class足 room does n o t go fa r enough fo r his interests.

They compare cultures . . .

. . . and geographies.


CAMERA C LU B


Seniors: Tom Wickiewicz, President Steve Janiszewski, Ed Dillon.

W ith th e a d v e n t o f new e q u ip m e n t, th e C a m era C lu b achieved new heights o f g lo ry . U n d e r th e su足 pervision o f Father Jam es Daly, S.J., th e clu b has been re b u ilt in to an exce lle n t o rg a n iza tio n b y Steve Janiszewski. The clu b handles th e p h o to g ra p h y f o r th e Prep p u b lica tio n s Petroc and Inscape. The d e d ic a te d S h u tte rb u g s o f th e C a m era C lu b b ra ve all w e a th er to b rin g th e men o f Prep some o f th e m ost unusual p h o to g ra p h s e ve r seen. W e salute th e m em bers o f th e C a m era C lu b fo r th e ir perseverance and ta le n t.

M oderator Father Daly, S.J., and Cam era Club (N ot Pictured: Ray Zaleski).

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Sophomore G e o rg e W ir t.


ST. P E T E R ’S D R A M A CLUB P R E S E N T S

Ellen Dietz plays a very convincing role as "A lic e ."

THE NUMBER

G u id o in te rru p ts D o m in ic a n d S ylvia .

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This year's spring play, The Num ber, live d up to and surpassed th e school's e x p e c ta tio n . For th e firs t tim e in a g re a t while, th e Prep Drama C lu b d e c id e d on a suspense-drama as its semi-annual w ork o f a rt. It was a work o f a rt indeed as its audiences can a tte s t to . The p la y d e a lt w ith

a Jewish

bookie,

M a u ry Slater, who is being ch e a te d b y his associates. A s th e p la y builds m om entum , M a u ry discovers the b e tra ya l o f his secretaries and fe llo w bookies. The clim ax is m arked b y a strange switch in th e person足 alitie s o f th e le a d in g men. The e n tire cast p e rfo rm e d th e ir roles w ith d is tin c 足 tio n , and special co m plim ents are in o rd e r to M itch Syp, Paul Fischer, Pat Pean and Ellen Dietz. U nder th e a b le d ire c tio n o f M r. R o b e rt K ib b le r and the generous assistance o f M r. Joseph Lynch, S.J., the p la y was a success in e ve ry sense o f th e w o rd . O u r thanks to th e cast, th e stage crew, the d ire c to r, and everyone else who w orked so hard to evening so pleasurable.

make our

M aury hits Sylvia fo r cheating on the numbers.

I

Dominic doesn't trust Dolly.

Sylvia seeks advice from her father, Hyman Berger.

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Dominic Spizzilini wooing the unsuspecting Sylvia.

C a s t L ist: M a u ry S la te r ...................

M itc h e l Syp '68

D om inic Spizzilini ...........

... Paul Fischer '68

Lennie Berger ................. H ym an Berger ...... D o lly .........................

M a rty Dolan '68 W illia m G a rro n e '70 W illia m

Philhower '70

G u id o .......................

... Ken M ahon '69

M an ..........................

Peter Brady '69

Sylvia .......................

.. Patricia Pean A S H

A lic e .......................

Ellen D ietz S D A

D o tty .......................

M a rie C e rbo n e H F A

Bessie Berger ......

.. N a ta lie C o ilko A S A

W a itre ss ................

... Karin G ille tte A S H

T e le p h o n e s p la y an im p o rta n t p a rt in "T h e N u m b e r."

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CO M M U N ITY ACTIO N

Fr. Foley instructs students in English syntax.

The C o m m u n ity A c tio n

Program ,

com m only

known as C . A . P., is p ro b a b ly th e m ost w id e ly engaged in a c tiv ity a t Prep. A lm o st e ve ry stu d en t takes some p a rt in th e w ell-established Christm as A d o p tio n

Program .

M any

generous

students

spend tim e helping th e children a t S aint Joseph's H om e to r th e Blind. How ever, th e p rin c ip le work o f C . A . P. is tu to rin g

in th e S aint Peter's and Jersey C ity

pu b lic g ra m m ar schools. Prep boys spend th e ir afternoons te a ching yo u n ge r pupils th e basics o f M ath o r English. This year, under th e rem arkable d ire ctio n o f Father Foley and Father G reen, C . A . P. has even expanded its a c tiv itie s to include organized sports fo r the g ra m m ar school children. A g a in th e men o f Prep show th e ir desire to p itch in and help others.

"W h a t do you mean, you can't add any better than he can?"


Regan, Williams, and Della Fave de足 liver food to the needy a t the end of the Christmas Drive.

C . A . P. members work diligently in the G ram m ar School C a fete ria .

Tony Alosco helps cem ent b e tte r re足 lations between Prepsters and the kids o f the neighborhood.

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Explaining a fine point.

W orking diligently.

122

I wish someone would help me. K

Spelling is a tough subject.


ART AND POSTER CLUB "I'm a little devil, ain't I?"

The Poster C lu b is th e a c tiv ity whose purpose it is to e xhort s u p p o rt fo r th e o th e r a c tiv itie s o f the school. .The am ount o f e ffo rt and tim e th a t goes in to th e making o f a g oo d p oste r is surprising to anyone w ho has n o t trie d his hand in th e a rt room . A branch o f th e P u blicity C o m m itte e , headed by M itc h Syp, th e club is responsible fo r the impressive a ttendance a t film forum s, school plays, sem i-form al dances and ski trips. Ernest M acD onald C lerihew , president, d ire cts the a c tiv ity o f th e club. Don Sandaal, vice-president, is a master w ith th e brush whose dynam ic style makes his posters eye-catch ing . Special m ention is due to A n th on y Clerihew, th e real backbone o f the club, whose ta le n t can be seen just a b o u t anywhere in th e school. These d e d ic a te d m embers do a good jo b o f changing dead p a in t and paper into living school sp irit.

An idea, a sketch, a psychedelic poster.

The cool set: Tony Clerihew, Mitch Syp, Tom Simpson, Don Sandaal, and Ernie Cleri足 hew. 123


Fr. Yates, S.J. with Editor-in-Chief Bob Musella, M anaging Editor Steve M iller and Business M an ager Bob Finigan.

PETREAN O n ce again, th e Petrean s ta ff a p p lie d its e lf to th e task o f tu rn in g o u t a g re a t ye a rb o o k in th e Prep tra 足 d itio n . This year's goal was to make th e Petrean b ig g e r and b e tte r than those o f previous years, and because o f th e usually generous su p p o rt o f th e stu d en t body, this lo fty goal was well w ith in o u r reach. U nder Fr. Yates, S.J., m od e ra tor, Bob Musella, th e e d ito r, and Steve M ille r, m anaging e d ito r, th e hard-w orking s ta ff m em bers had to m ee t numerous deadlines d u ring the Herculean jo b o f pro d u cin g th e g ia n t yearbook. W ith th e passing o f the fin a l de a dlin e in m id-M arch, the s ta ff sat back and, along w ith you, w a ite d in eager a n tic ip a tio n to see th e result o f th e ir ye a r o f hard work. The s ta ff o f th e '68 Petrean poured a lo t o f e ffo rt in to its pu b lica tio n, and we hope you are proud o f o u r yearbook as we are.

Yearbook conference with the Petrean's official photog足 rapher.

124


Senior Section Staff: Don Pacholec, Senior Editor John Tochko, Bob Smith, Ken Arestia.

Activities Staff: Russ Piccoli, Brian Rydwin, Activities Editor Tony Annunziato, Rich Damico. Sports Section Staff: Ken Arestia, Paul W h ite , Joe O 'C o nn or.

The P e tre a n ’ s P h o to g ra p h y S ta ff: R o b e rt LaSalle M ike C o lie tti, P h o to g ra p h y E d ito r Jo h n J o y c e , Ray F a vocci, D om G a d a le ta .

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L eft to right: Staff members Paul Mullin Faculty Editor Bob Allen, and Joe Sprouls,

L eft to right: Senior Staff members Don Sandaal, Tony Clerihew and Ernie Clerihew.

Industrious members again a t work. Left to right: Underclassmen Editors Bob Broderick and Ken Mahon; staff members Bob Ruggieri and John Bog-


SO D ALITY

To a ch ie ve its g o a l o f insti lin g th e needed C h ris ­ tia n c o m m itm e n t in to Prep life , th is ye a r's S o d a lity has in s titu te d th e Big B ro th e r Program , w herein an u n d e rp riv ile g e d

boy

is g ive n

th e

a tte n tio n

and

co m p a n io n sh ip he d e s p e ra te ly needs f o r his b e tte r d e v e lo p m e n t a nd is in tro d u c e d to th e fin e r th in g s in life . In d e m o n s tra tin g C h ris tia n invo lve m e n t, th e J u n io r F ra te rn ity ran a Fall C lo th in g D rive to a id th e p e o p le o f A p p a la c h ia . The h ig h lig h t o f th e y e a r was th e S o d a lity W o rk s h o p a t th e

U n iv e rs ity o f

S cra n ton in S cranton, Pennsylvania. The tra d itio n a l tu to rin g p ro g ra m in th e g ra m m a r schools has been in a ffe c t and was q u ite successful. This o rg a n iz a tio n m erits o u r re sp e ct and su p p o rt and i t should rece ive it.

Moderator of Senior Sodality, Mr. Patrick Lynch, S.J., President Danny McCarthy.

Members of the Senior Sodality: (seated left to right) R. Ruggieri, D. McCarthy M. • \ m P Ix/nrh SJ E Clerihew, R. LeGrand, R. Musella, M. Syp, D. Sandaal, J. McCoy, J. Z

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chalski, S. Ribaudo.

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Members of the Junior Sodality: (seated) Vito Mazza, John Broclcmann, Mike Neale, Tony Cantisano, Al LaSratta, Jim Hick足 ey, Fred Paternoster; (second row) Joe Lynyak, Tom Nimbly, Tim Srzelak, Carmine Meluso, Mike Sabatino, Tom Wilson, Kenny Mahon, Dennis Madej, Jim Morton, Mike Holy, Jay Hamill; (third row) Rich Regan, Joe Atkachunas, Bob Szewczyk, Jack Herchold, Dennis Reznick, Stanley Plust, Bob Broderick, Bill Engel, Kevin Bennett; (fourth row) Bill Madsen, Jerry Kaprowicz, Jack Oswald, Mike Sawicz, Don Pacholec, Vin Sabato.

Peter Mango, Vice President of the Junior Sodality (left) and Jim Doolan, President.

Members of the Sophomore Sodality: (seated) Paul Tomaszeski, Dominic Gadaleta, Bob Glanzman; (standing) Angelo Caprio, Thomas Cowan, Bob Corcoran, Denis Reilly; (not pictured) Randy Walther. 128


V t O T H E R ’S CLUB

Mrs. Argyelan, Fr. M eagher, Mrs. Devaney, Mrs. Smith, Fr. Scully, Mrs. Panfile, Mrs. Kaprowicz.

Since its fo u n d in g 28 years ago, th e M oth e rs' C lu b has c o n trib u te d g re a tly to th e fin a n cia l s u p p o rt o f S a in t Peter’s. The new Burke Hall, fo r exam ple, was co nstructed p a rtly due to the funds raised through th e C lu b 's m any excellent card p a rtie s N o w in his 2 3 rd y e a r a t the helm, Father M e a g h e r has m ade m any evenings enjoyable and educa­ tio n a l f o r th e m others o f th e hard w orking students. The mothers g e t a chance to becom e a cq u ainte d w ith Prep and to make sug­ gestions: to th e a d m in istra tio n . W e wish t o salute F alse r M eagher and all th e m others fo r th e ir d e vo tion to St. Peter s.

I told you it wouldn't mix.

Fr. Shalloe discusses the evening menu.

129


SKI TR IP


The wonderfulness o f M ount Davos.

Prep exfended its a th le tic interests a n o th e r step this ye a r w ith tn e in itia tio n o f a Ski C lu b . Fr. Blaise Jaschko, S.J., planned fiv e trip s to th e Davos Ski Resort. N in ty miles aw ay fro m th e classroom a t Prep, this resort a t W o o d rid g e , N.Y., has e ig h t ski lifts and tw e n ty -fiv e ski instruc足 to rs. Father Jaschko is v e ry p ro u d o f this fa c t: "D avos is a much n ice r and b ig g e r place t o ski." A ll p a rtic ip a n ts m ust take in足 s tru ctio n b e fo re using th e h alf-m ile tra il fo r beginners. To add to th e excite m e n t, g irls fro m fo u r o f th e local academ ies were in v ite d on several o f th e trip s . M em bers w ill receive th e S tu d e n t C o u n cil a p p ro v e d Ski Patch which was designed b y Jan Kawecki o f th ird year. For th e tim e be in g th e Ski C lu b w ill n o t c o m p e te due to th e lack o f o p p o rtu n ity to p ra c tic e , b u t th e re is a slig h t p o ssib ility th a t in th e fu tu re St. Peter's m ay a d d a Ski Team . The St. Peter's Prep Ski C lu b has le ft a fin e im pression on th e personnel a t Davos, and all in vo lve d hope th a t Davos w ill be Prep's "Ski C e n te r 1 in th e fu tu re .

"Ski? No, I just came to look a t the snow."

"And Father told me there was a show up here."


FILM FORUM B O N N IE

AND

C LYD E ,

THE G R A D U A TE ,

IN

T H E H E A T O F T H E N IG H T , and T H E T W O O F US

these are just a fe w o f th e film s we d id n 't

show this y e a r a t th e PREP. These are film s we w ill be snowing fiv e years fro m now. These are film s to see and see again and th in k a b o u t, and understand. In a fe w years th e re w ill be a n o th e r g e n e ra tio n o f high school students w ho m ig h t n o t have heard o f these film s. This should be p re ve n te d . Som eone w ill have to g e t them o u t o f sto ra g e and show them again. G re a t film s o u tliv e tim e . They b rin g th e eyes o f any g e n e ra tio n to th e same things. They c o n tin u a lly show a v a rie ty o f experiences we never com e in c o n ta c t w ith — and th e c o n flic t o f people, which we -all fa ce . T hat's w hy we show film s a t th e Prep, it is one o f th e H um anities. A n e xp lo re r o f th e paradox o f human livin g . Films show th e rare a d ve ntu re and th e com m on s tru g g le o f men; th e cost o f sorrow and th e p ric e o f joy, m aking v iv id how unique and y e t how sim ilar are th e lives o f men.

C h ie f projectionist M r. D. M ichael Flynn, S.J.

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The Films Forum goers sit in eager anticipation of the night's film.


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D EB A TIN G AND ORATORY Lynyalc, Herchold, Dolan, Fr. Dolan, S.J., Suczewski, G a d a le ta , Chiccone.

A lth o u g h th e lack o f a m o d e ra to r h a n d ica p p e d them d u rin g th e fir s t semester, th e D e b a tin g Team m anaged to have a successful year. The V a rs ity Squad, o f which th e fo u r sta rte rs w ere Juniors, a tte n d e d m any meets, am ong them one a t C . W . Post C o lle g e in N e w York, fo llo w e d up b y one a t S a in t Peter's C o lle g e . Even th e J.V . Squad c o m p e te d in some d e b a te s - * - n o ta b ly th e c o m p e titio n in th e N a tio n a l Forensic League a t Newark. T h e ir coach, Rev. M r. C hojnacki, S.J., who to o k o ve r in Decem ber, d e scrib e d this y e a r as

a y e a r fo r b u ild in g ." The s ta rtin g V a rsity team

all return next y e a r w ith valuable experience. The va rs ity m em bers w ere co m plem ented b y a la rge and e a g e r J.V . The experience gain e d b y th e hard-w orking D e b a tin g Team, co m b in e d w ith th e a b le d ire c tio n sh ip o f M r. C ho jn a cki can pro d u ce in th e fu tu re a te a m th a t wins consistantly, a q u a lity which makes a te a m g re a t.

Edward Zaleski

Jacek Herchold 136

M arty Dolan

I


U n d e r th e d ire c tio n o f Father Dolan, S.J., th e O ra to ry S ociety again d id v e ry well in h te rs c h o la s tic c o m p e titio n , m aking up in ta le n t and hard w ork w h a t it lacked in experience. Senior M a rty Dolan and Ju n io rs Jo e Lynyak and Jacek H e rch o ld ca rrie d th e burden ,and F ather Dolan also was v e ry surprised a t th e progress o f Sophomores Dom G a d a le ta , Tom C h icco n e , and Ed Suczewski. A n o ra to ry m e e t was held a t Prep in Decem ber, the firs t tim e in m any years

Prep

hosted

a to u rn a m e n t.

Forensic League T ournam ent, Jacek

At

a

N ew ark

C a th o lic

H e rch o ld to o k second

place

tro p h y in D eclam ation, and J o e Lynyak to o k a th ird place tro p h y in O rig in a l O ra tio n . M a rty Dolan represented us in th e A m e rican Legion T ournam ent, th e Roselle C a th o lic H ig h School Festival, and th e N ew ark C a th o lic G ra n d T ou rn a m e n t w here he won a th ird place tro p h y in In te rp re ta tiv e

Reading along w ith Jacek H e rcho ld , who

won a fo u rth place tro p h y in D eclam ation.

Edward Macltiewicz

John Broclcmann


A guy needs power, Power to build the physical Power to overcome, to persevere A driving push with the strength And the will to triumph . . . . . . To win.


SPORTS

139


W h ile the team prepares fo r the season ahead . . .

F O O T B A L L

. . . the student body also prepares. 140


The Football Team (Left to Right), Bottom Row: H ead Coach W . Cochrane, R. Flanagan (trainer), K. H arb ace (line coach), J. Chiola (manager), T. Murray, J. Stine, R. Furita, S. LaViola, C . Johnson, M . Holy, M . W helan, J. Marsel la, R* Curran, J. Lillis, J. Della Fave, W . Seweryn, A . Giordano, P. Haughey, G . Sucato, W . Trapmann, Coaches W . G argiulo and J. Pacelli. Second Row: B. Torpey, K. Burke, T. Smith, R. LeGrand, E. M eagher, L. Lewis, T. Murphy, J. Dailey, V. Biondo, A . Lipniclci, D. DiG iorgio , M . Piergrossi, C . Donovan, J. Giannella, J. DiGeronim o, F. Solcolilc, E. Kowal, J. Walukiewicz, S. Klotz. Top Row: G . Peregrin, R. Smutek, M . Donatacci, G . G regory, F. Paternoster, M . Strohoefer, P. Lamparello, R. Leppard, R. Zingaro, T. Biondo, C . Nickerson, A . Leier, G . Moucha, L. Mercum, M . Lechonczak, L. Erhardt, J. Colford.

The Prep te a m view ed th e '67 F ootball ca m paign w ith the same s p irit and o p tim ism possessed b y th e ir predecessors. H o w e ve r sp ortsw riters across th e co u n ty bem oaned the p lig h t o f C o ach C o ch ra n e in numerous pre-season articles. They p o in te d o u t th a t a lack o f experience would d estroy th e hopes fo r a w inning season. T heir prophecies p ro ve d c o rre c t as a lack o f d e p th and experience a t v ita l positions assured C oach C ochrane o f his firs t losing season in 23 years o f coaching. The season began w ith a s p irite d Prep team ta kin g th e fie ld ag a in st a fin e St. Benedict's eleven. The Bee's displayed a p o te n t offensive and this, coupled w ith Prep's inexperience, proved a m ortal blow, as th e Bees p u t th e Prep to ro u t and fans began to see visions o f a long season ahead. The Essex C a th o lic Eagles swooped in to Roosevelt Stadium seeking to avenge last year's loss t o th e Prep. The scoring machine proved up to the task as th e y handed Prep its second loss o f th e season, in a

gam e h ig h lig h te d b y Joe D iG eronim o s defensive play. The next contest on ta p was against arch-rival M arist. The o utcom e o f this gam e was d e term ined by breaks, as M arist received possession d eep in P reps te rrito ry on a bad sn^P and a fu m b le . Prep appeared to be a m atch fo r M arist th ro u g h o u t th e game as th e secondary proved inpenetrable. Next, St. Joseph's pro vid e d the co m p e titio n fo r gam e marked Prep's firs t score as Ray C urran ram bled yards to p a y d irt. Ray ta llie d again in the fo u rth q u a rte r as Prep a p p a re n tly assured itse lf o f its firs t win. However, the gods seemed to be against St. Peter's as an 81 yard touch足 down pass eked o u t a tw o p o in t v ic to ry for^ the Jays. Prep was a heavy underdog fo r its next contest with once-beaten Bayonne. A n injury to quarterback C harlie Donovan d id not enhance Prep's chances any. H ow ever Prep managed to neutralize th e Bees' firs t ta lle y. Bayonne proved to o powerful as Prep w ent down to its fifth stra ig h t de fea t.


A natom y o f the Prep Sweep.

Ray Curran breaks a tackle for short gain.

142


G ood blocking opens up hole for Marsella.

The Lincoln Lion roared in to Roosevelt Stadium , and re tire d th e victo rs in a game which saw a hig h ly im p ro ve d Prep te a m . They b a ttle d th e heavily fa vo re d Lions to a 14-6 h a lftim e score. In th e second h a lf Lincoln loosened its offensive punch and o ve rp o w e re d th e Prep. M em o ria l was next and th e Prep received th e nod to annex its firs t v ic to ry . The team p ro d u ce d its g re a te st a m ount o f points b u t this was not enough to sto p th e surging Mems in a gam e m arred by bad playing conditions. As th e N o rth Bergen gam e a p p ro a ch e d m ost fans p re d ic te d Prep s w orst d e fe a t ever. H o w e ve r Prep was n o t to be counted o u t as the team played on even term s w ith the Bruins fo r th re e q u a rte rs due to fin e defensive play. Then suddenly a fu m b le and the Bruins had tw o touchdow ns to assure the win. The Bruins, w ith a deep breath and a p ra y e r o f thanks, f o r a win, re tire d a g a in st th e highly-inspired Prep eleven.

143


Charlie Donovan lefs fly against St. Joe1

Lamparella boxes in a play against North Bergen.


Prep

13

Dickinson 0

It was long in co m ing , b u t Prep fin a lly realized its fir s t v ic to ry in th e fin a l co n te st o f th e c a m p a ig n . The annual Turkey Day classic

was

m arre d

by

a

p o stp o n e m e n t

d ue

to

in cle m en t

w e a th e r. H o w e ve r, in sp ired b y th e annual G rid iro n H o p , th e y to p p le d th e Rams o f Dickinson once again, this tim e b y a 13 to 0 co u n t. The fin e d efensive p la y o f Ron Z in g a ro , J o e DiG e ro n im o , Ray C u rra n and co m p a n y co u p le d w ith th e offensive p e rfo rm a n ce s o f Jack H e rch o ld , C h a rlie Donovan, and Kevin Burke p ro ve d to o d y n a m ic a co m b in a tio n f o r th e

Rams to

co u n te r. The firs t-ra te d efensive p e rfo rm a n ce o f senior Tony L ipnicki m e rite d his re ce p tio n o f th e T om m y M eyers T ro p h y as th e gam e's o u ts ta n d in g p la ye r.

Dickinson attack is thw arted by a tough Prep d e足 fense.

Herchold turns end for a long gain.

Lineman Tony Lipnicki is awarded the Tommy Myers Memorial Trophy as a result o f his fine play. 146


satilaBSS;

JU N IO R VARSITY RECORD WON 2 LOST 5

J.V. Football Team, Bottom Row, (Left to Right): DiGiorgio, Florio, Horan, Ippolito, Vallerini, Cor足 coran, McConville; Second Row: Mazza, Herchold, Liguori, Hmielewski, Scarpa, Wicks, Parisi; Third Row: Simons, Agresta, Knox, Newton, Meade, Durk, Travillion; Top Row: D'Agostino, Lamparello, Callahan, Serra, Philhower.

FROSH RECORD WON I LOST 6 TIED I

The Freshman Football Team: Bottom Row: Johnson, DiMatteo, Adamo, DiVerio, Wilkes, Vindetti, Ambrosio; Middle Row: Albers, Lennon, Watson, Murray, McMahan, Connell, Fisher, DiSeronimo, Litter; Top Row: McGaughran, Turner, LaPilusa, Connelly, Chiara, Kelly, Moni, Monnato, Mitchell.


CROSS COUNTRY D espite th e loss o f m any key men th e Prep's cross-co u n try te a m

assembled a fin e

balanced

squad. Led b y John Bobowicz and Bob Pontone, th e harriers po sted an unblem ished 3-0 record in dual m eets w hile g a in in g th ird place in th e C it y C ham pionships, o n ly beh in d strong D ickin足 son and Lincoln squads. The te a m 's o ve ra ll b a l足 ance was d isp la ye d in this m e e t when all seven finishers were clocked u n d er 14 m inutes in th e ir b e st team

e ffo rt.

C o a ch

Jim

Sullivan's

frosh

speedsters, led b y Pete Begans, Ricky Baker and M ike C a u lfie ld , p e rfo rm e d th e rare fe a t o f c a p 足 tu rin g fif t h th ro u g h ninth places to co p th e C ity Freshman

C h a m p io n sh ip .

A lth o u g h

g ra d u a tio n

w ill claim Bobowicz, Ryan, and Pontone, M r. Sul足 livan can look fo rw a rd to having one o f the best Prep team s in a d e ca de . R eturning w ill be ju n io r le tte rm e n

Ed H in te and

Frank M c G u ire along

w ith soph le tte r winners M ike G ia n n ech in i, M a rty Downey, and Koenraad V andegaer. W ith a team

Coach Sullivan talks over last minute strategy.

such as this th e c ity and c o u n ty cham pionships are well w ith in range.

John Bobowicz sets a scorching pace.

Senior star Bob Pontone shows others the way.


Back Row: M r. P. Lynch, S.J., O'Donnell, Bennet, Dorigotti, Iwanyk, Monico, Bobowicz, Pontone, Coach Jim Sullivan. M iddle Row: O'Connell, Horan, Louma, Engel, Downey, M cG uire. Front Row: Orlando, Short, Hinte, Giannechini, former Coach M aliff.

Back Row: Begans, Baker, S+ine. Front Row: Coach Sullivan, Smith, Caul足 field, Mongiello, Romano, Hamill, Manager Lou Orlando.

149


S W I M M I N G

T E A M

First row, (Left to Right): P. Wolf, J. Fallon, J. McCoy, K. O'Connel, K. Hanly, J. Forsythe, J. Lavern, K. Kuzmiak, B. Polakowski, F. Censullo, V. Pickett. Second row, B. Tatulli ,B. Shay, R. Hanlon, M. O'Conner, B. Dishler, J. Wilms. Third row, S. Sommers, W. Morton, J. DePasquale, D. Barry, R. Rinn. Fourth row, J. Oswald, D. Hanlon, M. DePietro, E. Hunter, J. Lally, J. Dolan, J. Dituro.

S W IM TEAM RECORD St. Peter's

O pponent

28

M t. Lakes ........................

68

52

Essex C a t h o lic ................

35

60

M a ris t ..........................

57

Fairlawn

.........

68

Bayonne

..........................

40

St. Benedict's ................

25

Seton H all ..................... X a vie r ..............................

35 63 59 57 58 58

..............

25

................

29 32 46 70 60

Hoboken ..........................

32

H arrison

27

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Dickinson .............. Snyder ............................ ................ St. Joseph's ................... ............... WON 9 —

28 30 36

LOST 4

150 l i


Coach Hartnett discusses an upcoming meet with Mister Hanly.

O n ce again th e Prep Swim Team p ro ve d its e lf to be th e

Peter's co m p ile d 79 points;,- m ore than the o th e r fo u r com ­

s tro n g e st in H udson C o u n ty . |ie d b y Seniors Dave H anlon,

p e tito rs a d d e d to g e th e r. The CesKnty Cham pionships saw

M ike D iP ietro, Ron Rinn, and Den Barry, th e te a m won the

Prep pile up 94 markers w hile runnerup St. Joseph's scored

C it y and C o u n ty C ham pionships.

62.

The le a d e rsh ip o f C o ach H a r tn e tt and assistant M r. H a n ly

A lth o u g h th e Seniors w ill b e missed, th e return o f many

along w ith th e c o n d itio n in g o f d a ily p ra c tic e c o n trib u te d to

sta r underclassmen a lm ost assures th e

an im pressive record o f 9 and 4, 7 and 0 in th e co u n ty. The

C o u n ty C ham pionships

sickness o f key w aterm en e a rly in th e season co st th e team

stars are Juniors Kev Hanly, John W illm s, Brian Dischler,

in th e years to

Prep o f C ity and come.

Returning

several setbacks outside th e co u n ty. H ow ever, th e re was no

Jack O sw ald, M a rty O ’C onnor, Sophs Ed H unter, Pete W o lf,

s to p p in g th e Prep when th e contests co u n te d . The eloest

‘ Jo e DiTuro, and Rich Hanlon, Bob Shea, and Jack M cC o y .

score was a 22 p o in t b u lg e . In th e C ity C ham pionships, St.

Ron Rinn receives an added bit of instruction from the coach on the perfection of the butterfly stroke.

151


Ron Rinn sets the pace during the m eet with Bayonne.

Dave Hanlon gulps a last breath o f air as he begins to swim against W o lf.


" W a v e to th e fans, J a c k ."

Swim Team Individual Records D iver 50 Freestyle 200 In d ivid u a l M e d le y

Ed H u n te r ...........................................................

(25.8)

Rich H anlon .........................................................

(2:24)

100 Freestyle

Peter W o lf

100 B u tte rfly

Ron Rinn ..............................................................

............« .......

(55.8) (1:06)

100 Backstroke

M ike D iP ie tro ....................................................

(1:06)

4 00 Freestyle

Dave H anlon ......................................................

(4:45)

100 Breaststroke

Kev H a n ly ............................................

(1:08)

200 Freestyle

Dave H anlon .

................................................

(2:07)

H a n ly ....................................................................

( 1:58)

D iP ie tro O swald Rinn 200 M e d le y Relay

R. Hanlon W o lf Shea 4 00 Freestyle Relay

Dischler

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(3:58)

Joe DiTuro

Barry and O 'C o nn or g et set dur­ ing practice.

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G O L F

The G o lf C lub (Left to Right), Standing: Bob Finnerty, Bernie M e e 足 han, Fr. Stroud, S.J., Kev O'Brien, Frank Gajewski. Kneeling: Pat Ber足 gamo, Rich Ross, Russ Piceoli.

Tom Mruz, Bill Hrynkiewicz, Kevin O'Brien, Rich Ross.


T E N N I S

Tennis Team members (Left to Right): Mike Korba, J e ff Zak, John Joyce, Chris, Phalon, Fred Stevens, and Fr. Fischer, S.J.

Senior John Joyce shows how it's done. 155


This y e a r th e tennis team p la ye d th e role o f th e spoiler. W ith Dickinson co m ing back a fte r a tw o y e a r setback,

Prep's w ork was c u t o u t f o r th e m . The

Prep te a m relie d m ostly upon veterans M ike Korba, C h ris Phalon, and John J o y c e . N ovices J e ff Zak and Fred Stevens also p la ye d an im p o rta n t p a rt in th e up-hill strug g le . Early in th e season th e

new

te a m was w ith o u t a coach u n til it was fo u n d th a t F ather Fischer, o u r ne w recto r, co u ld p la y tennis. Father ran th e te a m v e ry successfully u n til his d e 足 p a rtu re in Ja n u a ry. Then th e search fo r a n o th e r coach be g an . The Podesta brothers, tw o o f th e best tennis players in th e county, w ere selected. Tom is a g ra d u a te o f Prep and his b ro th e r comes fro m arch rival Dickinson. They w ill p ro b a b ly be co a ching fo r th e next fe w years, p re p a rin g p resent newcom ers to becom e th e fu tu re cham pions.

Chris Phalon illustrating his put-away shot.

Junior Mike Korba with a powerful overhead.

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The Tennis Team, (Left to Right) Front Row: T. Cuttilo, T. Laird, M. Donahue, S. Arnold, J. Meyers, A. Bartollozi, V. Fiorilo, J. Fencik, F. Stevens; Back Row: A. Portfolio, D. Reilly, L. Giele, M. Nemeth, A. Caprio, J. Zak, M. Caulfield, R. Bennek, G. Brdlick, Captain J. Joyce.


SOCCER Prep s firs t soccer team was o rg an ­ ized under th e d ire c tio n o f M r. A n th o n y V erdoni in S eptem ber o f

1966.

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candidates turned o u t to the surprise and jo y o f C oach V erdoni. The candi­ dates lacked experience and skill, b u t m ore than m ade up fo r it w ith desire. By M ay, 1967, the num ber had been w h ittle d down to th e final 33. The team m e t on S e ptem ber 1st, to prepare fo r its firs t year o f organized play. For nine days the team w e n t through double drills a t Lincoln Park. The team displayed the s p irit th a t many claim ed had been lacking a t Prep

Coach Verdoni goes over strategy.

this year. A g a in s t all pre dictio ns and bearing th e burden o f several injuries th e team registered a winning season in its firs t season.

TEAM RECORD Prep 3 3 0 3 1 I 1 2 I

O pponent 2 Hoboken .................................. G a rfie ld ..................................... 2 St. A lo y s iu s ................................ 3 I Bayonne ..................................... W eehawken .............................. 0 St. Joseph's (Mont.) ................ 4 Bayonne ..................................... 0 St. C ecilia's .............................. 3 H o b o k e n .................................... 4 WON 5 —

LOST 4

Charley Rooney starts the attack.

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Front Row: M . Syp, S. Tomaszeski, J. Cooney, B. Bagdzinski, W . Delaney, J. Golashesky, D. Salzman, M . Ruggerio, J. Tomney. 2nd Row: E. Clerihew, D. Hollywood, P. W h ite , P. C aulfield, J. Bender, P. Tyrell, J. Pulichino, E. Zaleski, L. Filipkowski, Coach A . Verdoni. 3rd Row:

M anagers: J. Rurnain, T. Lisa, A . Clerihew; C . Rooney, R. Smith, G . Mahoney, W . Belinski, R. Benedetti, J. Carroll. 4th Row: M anager: D. Raska; J. Lobo, R. Glowasky, M . Morale, J. Lupinski, S. Siwek. N o t Pictured: (T. Kiely, J. Grzyb, R. Prezioso.)

Co-Captains Bernie

Bagdzinski and Steve

Tom aszeski flanking Coach Verdoni.


The team kicked o ff the ye ar w ith an impressive 3-2 o v e rtim e v ic to ry over highly fa vo re d H o b o 足 ken and fo llo w ed it up w ith a 3-2 conquering o f G a rfie ld .

Prep w en t down to

its firs t d e fe a t

a ga in st d e fe n d in g N orth ern N ew Jersey Parochial champs, St. Aloysius, 3~0. Led b y Bernie Bagdzinski and Steve Tomaszeski the team bounced back w ith a 3-1 v ic to ry o ver Bayonne d espite rock th ro w in g spectators. S tiffened b y a long bus ride, the Prep team had 3 goals scored against it in the firs t q u a rte r and w en t down to a 4-1 humbling a t th e hands o f St. Joseph's, M ontvale. Due to

John Golashesky takes a shot on goal.

the to ug h defensive p lay o f Jim C arroll, John ; G rzyb, and Len Filipkowski and the superb goal te nd ing o f Bill Delaney, Prep registered its firs t ?. shutout against W eehawken, 1-0. Returning to do b a ttle w ith Bayonne, the team em erged victo riou s, 3-1. Playing against St. C e 足 cilia's, a highly rate d state power, th e team suf- I fe re d a heartbreaking 3-2 loss. W ith 6 starters J missing from the lineup, Prep lost its final gam e o f :s the season to Hoboken, 4-1, and closed o u t the season w ith a record o f 5 wins and 4 losses. Team | e ffo rt plus spectacular perform ances by such in- 1 dividuals as Paul Tyrell, Steve Tomaszeski, and 1 Bernie Bagdzinski, and the outstanding coaching : o f M r. A n th o n y Verdoni, led Prep to its firs t win- I ning season on the soccer c ircu it.

Dave Salzman using his head.

Paul Tyrell saves a goal. 160


Ron Prezioso kicks out of danger.


BO W LIN G TEAM

Junior Pat Haughey

Jack Horan looking over the situa足 tion.

This year's b o w ling team , once again coached b y th e m ost successful b o w ling coach in Hudson C o u n ty, M r. W a lte r Illy, u n fo rtu n a te ly d id n o t live up to its pre-season p re d ic tio n o f a sweep o f all title s. In ju rie s c o n trib u te d g re a tly to th e dow nfall o f th e Prep Keglers as co u n ty champs. How ever, thanks to a late surge in th e season th e Prepsters m anaged to ca p tu re second place in th e C .Y .O . league. Led b y th e capable senior trio o f G a ry C iniello, Bob Kay, and Jack H oran, the Prep bowlers also a tta in e d a respectable record in th e co u n ty league. N e xt year looms as a cham pionship year. W ith ju n io r starters H aughey and Faccone returning, the bowlers will be o u t to annex a state cham pionship. W ith the developm ent o f some stars, th e co u n ty and state cham 足 pionship could easily becom e a reality.

Mike Faccone shows his form. 162


The Bowling Team, L eft to Right: Jack Horan, M ike Faccone, Nick Scarpa, G a ry Ciniello, Bob Kay, Pat Haughey, A r t Lutz, M arty Braclc, Stan Plust.

Bob Kay rolling a strike.

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B A S K E T B A

Halligan's Hoopsters pay heed!

L L Embodiment o f Prep spirit.

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M


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A s O c to b e r fro s te d

in to

N o v e m b e r th e fa m ilia r sig h t o f

"H a llig a n 's H u s tlin g H o o p s te rs " once ag a in a p p e a re d a t th e Prep M e m o ria l G y m . In th e absence o f th e " H a rd w o o d H eros o f ’6 7 " w ere a fe w h o p efu l Seniors, several pro m isin g Juniors, a nd an occasional Sophom ore. The stars w ere gone fo r now and C o a ch H a llig a n had to fa c e th e p ro b le m o f b u ild in g n o t o n ly a w in n in g te a m b u t a w in ning s p irit as well. During th e fir s t h a lf o f th e season th e V a rs ity squad, d o m ­ in a te d b y Juniors, w ere in co n siste nt and e rra tic in its play. Easily u p e nd in g St. A l's on o p e ning n ig h t, th e M ara u d e rs fo u n d th e ir yo u th showing as th e y d ro p p e d ball games to St. M ike's (J.C .) and Regis. A f t e r escaping w ith a v ic to ry o ve r th e hapless Hawks o f Hudson C a th o lic , th e m a jo rity o f Peter's fans co n clu d ed th e clu b was in f o r a long, long season. T h e ir b e liefs w ere a p ­ p a re n tly ju s tifie d when th e squad relinquished v ic to rie s to a fa ir Dickinson te a m and to Fordham Prep in th e usually Peter's d o m in a te d J e s u it Tournam ent. I t was here,

however, th a t a change was m ade.

C oach

H a llig a n , fo rc e d to su b stitu te fre q u e n tly , due to th e u n p re d ic ­ ta b le play, presented several d iffe re n t lineup co m b in a tio n s a l­ m ost e ve ry tim e . Finally th e C o ach was a b le to p u t to g e th e r those fiv e which he knew co u ld p e rfo rm n o t on ly in th e clutch b u t also w ith th e consistency he and everyone else desired.

The varsity jumps into a new season.

Jerry gives "the wheel" the go-ahead.


Varsity Squad (Back Row): S. Bloom, R. Hansen, W . Delaney, W . Kachur, L. Spaccavento, M . C antoli, S. Tamosieski, M . Boylan. (Front Row): J. Gallom bardo, C . Lyons, J. Cooney, E. Schroeback, G . Schwenk, J. Kapprowicz.

VARSITY REC O R D O pponent

St. Petpr's 89

S a in t Aloysius ...............

52

55

S aint M ichael's (J.C.) .....

57

50

54

56

Regis .... Hudson C a th o lic ..

45

Dickinson ..............

51

55

58

Fordham

Prep .....

76*

52

Brooklyn Prep ........

46*

84

S aint Joseph's (M ontvale)

52

Lincoln ........................

62

66

Ferris .....................

53

95

M a ris t ...... Dickinson .............

49

47 78 76

Bayonne ......... Snyder (overtim e) ......

71

Hudson C a th o lic ..

55 63

X a vie r ................

68 72

Ferris ............ ....... Bayonne .............

Lincoln ............

M a rist ............... 73 Snyder ............ 84 Saint Joseph’ s (Metuchin) 83 Don Bosco ... 64 Je su it In vita tio n a l Tournam ent

68 59

88

71 46 53 58 74 69 39 66 71 86* *

Sta te Tournam ent WON

14 — LOST 9

Mike over Bulldog.

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A Hardwood Hero tickles the twine?!


PREP

STIN G S

Kacprowicz baffling Bayonne.

H IG H BEE!

RANKED 72-69 I

The Bees bow to Prep.

The Prep also stings.


Bayonne e n te re d th e g a m e e x p e c tin g to be crow ne d South H udson champs. St. P eter's cam e in to th a t g a m e v e ry u n o b lig in g . Playing as th e y had e x p e c te d to all season, H a llig a n 's charges surprized e v e ry 足 one b u t them selves as th e y p u lle d th e up se t o f th e ye a r b y u p e nd in g Bayonne. Led b y seniors Bill D elaney and

M ike C a n td fi th e

Prep

fle xe d its muscles in th e persons o f J e rr y K acprow icz, M ike Boylan and C h ris Lyons. It was th e ga m e th a t m ade th e season. Y e t b e fo re th e season te rm in a te d

th e

Prepsters a d d e d

M arist,

Snyder, and St. J o e 's (M e tu ch in ) t o th e w in colum n. in th e S ta te T ourney Prep was se t back (d e sp ite a boiste ro u s Peter's crow d) b y th e uncanny sh o o tin g o f Don Bosco. The la te surge o f th e M a ro o n tid e b ro u g h t St. Peter's a tie fo r th ird p la ce in th e c o u n ty . I t was a season well w o rth rem e m be rin g fo r th e unexpected.

Schwenlc cocks against the Green Knights.

The "O ld Ranger" tramples on Dickinson.

Lyons roarrrs!

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S H I O u r B-ballers co p p e d th ird place in th e Je su it T ourney via a rous足 ing v ic to ry o v e r Brooklyn Prep. The team now began to roll, only th is tim e o v e r sm oo th e r paths. The co n q ue st o f a strong St. Joe's (M o n tva le ) clu b cam e next, fo llo w e d b y a m ost d is a p p o in tin g decision to Lincoln. R ip p in g o ff successive and im pressive v ic to rie s o v e r Ferris and M a rist, H a llig a n 's charges su ffe re d an o f f gam e ag a in st th e H illto p p e rs o f Dickinson. The gam e w ith th e sta te 's n u m ber one team cam e next and th e Prep fo u g h t hard and long b e fo re s u b m ittin g to th e n o m e co u rt a d va n ta g e as Bayonne becam e th e winner. A n g e re d o v e r these tw o loses th e Prep seemed to m atu re o v e r足 n ig h t. For th e fir s t tim e since th e season o p e n e r th e squad looked and

p la ye d

like a ch a m pionship club.

D ru b b in g

Snyder,

Hudson

C a th o lic , and Lincoln cam e as no surprise to th e te a m b u t it shook up several c o u n ty coaches and fans. Then once ag a in th e c h a ra c te ris tic which th e clu b th o u g h t i t had lost, inconsistency, re a p p e a re d ; th is tim e (and fo r th e last tim e !) a t Ferris' co m ica l c o u rt. This loss o c cu rre d th re e days b e fo re th e M aroon M aurauders were to m ee t th e fu tu re H udson C o u n ty cham ps and sta te powerhouse, the buzzin' Bees o f Bayonne. The squad to o k a long, slow look a t itself. D e te rm in a tio n m arked each o f th e ir faces th a t F riday. M r. H a llig a n w a n te d this gam e f o r " th e te a m 's p rid e . . . th e Prep tr a d itio n !"

Jerry springs to action!

Bob s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s the issue.

Buddy beats a bulldog.

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Leotus hates the Hawks!


JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD W O N II LOST 10

J.V . Squad (Back Row): T. M urray, C . Donovan, W . Dowd, J. Michalski, M . K etterer, M . Lauber. (Front Row): T. Biondo, N . O 'C o nn or, C . Forhecz, V . G erm inario, D. Hochstein, L. Hurley.

Frosh Squad (Back Row): J. Cascio, J. Brafley, P. Beggans, T. Kilduff, T. M cG in ty. (M iddle Row): J. C ioffi, K. M iller, B. Johnson, J. Petrie, J. Sweeney, K. Daley. (Front Row: P. A udet, R. Baker, A . Herrenda, G . M orriello, M . Stabile, M . Blaney, B. Lyons.

FROSH RECORD W O N 19 LOST 8

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CHEERLEADERS i t sta rte d one Tuesday a fte rn o o n in O c to b e r. F orty-five nervous b u t e a g e r g irls inva d e d th e Prep. They b ro u g h t a new a d d itio n to St. Peter s girl cheerleaders. G irls fro m th e A c a d e m y o f th e Sacred H e a rt, S a in t D om inic A c a d e m y and S a in t Aloysius A ca d e m y trie d o u t f o r th e ch e e rle a d in g positions. In a m a tte r o f tw o weeks tw e lve lucky girls were chosen (ten regulars and tw o substitutes). D ebbie Szatkiewicz Ellen Ruane C a ro l D ietz A n n e Dietz Fran Probo Karen Sherry N a n cy Ruane K a th y O gnissanto Barbara Belcher Donna Haake Barbara B u tt K a th y Dunn A t firs t th e y w ere just a p ep squad and could only cheer on th e sidelines. But la te r on, thanks to Father Snyder, th e y were allow ed to go o u t th e re on the hardw ood like any o th e r squad. A lth o u g h it was th e ir firs t y e a r and th e squad was inexperienced, th e cheerleaders m anaged to boost th e Prep s p irit a p p re c ia b ly.

They try harder.


First row: Paul Antinori. Second row: Manager Paul Mullin, Bill Heany, Larry Brudnicki, Al Beaudet, John Leonard, C liff Kinley, Mike Buryk. Back row: Mr. Michael Berkowitz, Mark Sullivan, Sam Polino, Joe Stine, Larry Adams, Jeff Olynick, Joe Sprouls, Joe Egan, Mr. M ilt Berkowiti.

Prep has been proud this ye a r to have had am ong its ranks a gym nast who made his mark n o t o n ly a t S aint Peter's b u t in th e sta te . A l Beaudet, ca p ta in o f this year's team , th ro u g h his superb p e rform ance has upheld th e fin e a th le tic q u a lity and s p irit o f St. Peter's Prep. In vie w o f his o u tstan d in g record, th e '68 Petrean has broken all tra d itio n in p u b licly c o n g ra tu la tin g one in d ivid u a l fo r th e mark he has m ade as an a th le te a t Prep. N o rth Jersey Sectional C ham pionship I st place — A ll-a ro u n d

Jersey C ity C ham pionship 1st place — A ll-a ro u n d

1st place — Long horse

1st place — Tum bling

3rd place — H ig h b a r

1st place — Side horse

N ew Jersey S ta te C ham pionship Finals 5th place — A ll-a ro un d 3rd place — Long horse

1st place — H o rizontal bars 1st place — Rings 2nd p la c e -— Long horse 2nd p la c e — Parallel bars


Mark Sullivan on the side horse,


Sam Polino doing an Iron Cross.

Bill Heaney in a straddle cut.

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SE N IO R S: L arry B ru d n ic k l— parallel bars, rings Bill H e a n e y — p a rallel bars, high b a r John L e o n a rd -w ilo n g horse, rings, parallel bars C lif f K inley — long horse jum p, long horse M ike Buryk — long horse M ark Sullivan — side horse Jo e Stine — tu m b lin g Jo e Sprouls — high b a r Ed Domaleski — side horse J U N IO R S : Jo e Egan — side horse SOPHOMORES: L a rry A d a m s — tu m b le r Sam Polino ■ — parallel bars, rings J e ff O iyn ick — parallel bars FR ESHM EN : Paul A n tin o r i — side horse

Front row, (Left to Right), K. Green, R. Sprouls, P. Vargas, C Gross, A. D'Amore, R. - • row: ~ * J. LaPilusa, K. Gallagher, R. Argyelan, J. Fischer, E. Hunter, Mr. Michael Back G. *LaForgia Berkowitz.

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TRACK " W h a t is a tra c k te a m ? " This is a question th a t w ould have draw n blank stares f o r an answer— until this ye a r. This y e a r everyone has seen th e team running aro u n d G re g o ry A p a rtm e n ts . This "n e w " tra c k te a m is coached b y M r. Jam es Sullivan, and he sees to i t th a t eve ryo n e runs. This y e a r's team is one o f th e b ig g e s t Prep has seen, fifty - fiv e in all. It is also a ve ry yo u n g team , w ith underclassmen m aking up o ve r 80 p e rc e n t o f th e te a m . In sp ite o f th is h a n d ica p and a n u m ber o f injuries, th e te a m has m anaged to make a name f o r itse lf. It is rea lly im possible to single o u t any runner o r runners. Everyone practices, works hard and "n o b o d y w alks". It's a young team , a te a m to w atch, a te a m th a t's g o in g places.

A nother victory for Jack Herchold.

"W ho's behind you, M arty?"

Lou Parisi runs in the County Catholic Champion­ ship.

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TEAM

Track stars, (Left to Right) Front Row: M. Holy, J. Romano, C. Johnson, C. Rooney, T. Srillo, E. Hinte, M. D'Andrea, W. Engel, W. Seweryn; Second Row: J. DellaFave, R. Regan, R. Domaleski, O. Simpson, M. Dolan, J. Ryan, J. Herchold, P. Jordan, V. Biondo; Third Row: Moder­ ator Mr. P. Lynch, S.J., T. Dorigatti, F. Paternoster, R. Simons, J. Connolly, P. Lamparello, L. Mercun, F. McGuire, P. O ’Connell, J. Grzyb, Coach James Sulli­ van.

T R A C K TE A M RECO RD C IT Y

C H A M P IO N S H IP 3rd pla ce

Freshman: V a rsity: HUDSON CO UNTY C A T H O L IC C O N F E R E N C E

4 th p la ce

C H A M P IO N S H IP S 3 rd pla ce

V a rsity:

IN D IV ID U A L RECORDS Freshman: Jo e l Kelly Bob M cM ahon

1st p la c e 60 h ig h hurdles 2n d p la c e 60 h ig h hurdles

Va rsity: Ed H in te Frank M c G u ire

H udso n C o u n ty C a th o lic C o n fe re n c e C h a m p io n s h ip H udso n C o u n ty C a th o lic C o n fe re n c e C h a m p io n s h ip

2 n d p la ce 880 3 rd p la ce 880

C it y C h a m p io n s h ip C ity C h a m p io n s h ip

M a rty Downey

4 th p la c e 2 m ile

C it y C h a m p io n s h ip

Jack H erchold

I st p la c e 4 4 0

C it y C h a m p io n s h ip

2 n d p la ce 440

H udson C o u n ty C a th o lic C o n fe re n c e C h a m p io n sh ip

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Underclassmen Tracksters, (Left to Right) Front Row: M. McGaughran, M. Thomas, F. Short, J. Bellini, S. Moni, R. Romano, W. Hamill, M. Caulfield, R. Glanzman, R. McMahon; Second Row: R. Lamparello, L. Giusto, G. Gregory, K. Vandegaer, R. Monico, A. Alosco, F. Lamartine, G. Vinconte, T. Crappse, R. Agresta, A. Blood; Third Row: Mr. Patrick Lynch, S.J., J. Gallo, M. Adamo, T. Wickes, T. Cowan, M. Downey, G. Wondolowski, J. Kelly, S. Turner, R. Knox, D. DiGiorgio, Coach Sullivan.

Joe Romano fights the clock a t M arist.

Strength is DiGiorgio's middle name.

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High-flying Rich Regan clears the hurdle.

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BASEBALL TEAM

John Bender puts on the tools of the trade.

Coach Cochrane U n d e r th e able coaching o f M r. Bill C ochrane, th e St. Peter's Prep nine carried on in th e g re a t tra d itio n o f Prep baseball in Hudson C o u n ty. Spurred on b y th e m em ory o f last year's South Hudson Champs, this year's te a m has a g o o d chance fo r a repeat. This team is led b y M ike “ G olden A r m " G a rito , an und efe a te d A ll-C o u n ty p itc h e r last season, and th e o u tstan d in g fie ld in g o f Joe C o o n e y and Paul W h ite . This year's Seniord o m in a te d squad includes John Bender, s ta rt­ ing ca tch e r f o r th e last tw o years, outfielders Ron Z ing a ro , Bob Furita, Kev Burke, and Tom Smith, and infielders Len Filipkowski and John G a lvin . Lack o f experience in several positions is th e only th in g th a t can keep th e Prep baseball nine fro m taking a n other South C o u n ­ ty C ham pionship.

Joe Cooney waves to his mother.


Paul W h ite limbers up.


A guy needs to grow To become bigger Bigger in all aspects To show the world his greatest qualities . . . To become a Senior.


SEN IO R RETREAT Every ye ar th e men o f Prep are a ffo rd e d th re e days to examine th e ir In n e r selves. For seniors, th a t nothing m ig h t in te rfe re w ith them , th e school considers it necessary to g o to re­ tr e a t houses set fa r from the noise o f th e c ity . The reason behind this re tre a t is th a t, as we all know, one can g e t so tie d up in life th a t he has no tim e, o r sees no need fo r an a p p re cia ­ tio n o f his position in I f e . If th e jo y o f life is absent, man is b u t a shell in a vast sea o f darkness. The re tre a t is designed to spark an in te re st o f the w orld in the individual, and make him see his role in it as a C hristian. The u ltim ate goal is to le t the re tre a ta n t think a b o u t his fu tu re , his shortcom ings, and his present re­ sponsibilities. The re tre a t masters were always on hand to o ffe r evfcry possible assistance. Their experi­ ence in givin g retre ats was well received. They p ro vid e d discussions, movies, lectures, and m ore m eaningful and personal Masses, and any­ thing else th a t a certa in g ro up m ig h t think beneficial to its own re tre a t. The schedule was tig h t and th e students were tire d b u t well satisfied on the return trip . It was well w orth the tim e taken from school.

Seniors leave for Retreat on December 2.


The rural setting of Morristown lent it足 self well to meditation.

R e tr e a ta n ts e n jo y th e t h r e e hours o f re c r e a tio n a t M a n re s a , C o n n e c tic u t.


F R O S H YEAR 375 m em bers o f th e Class o f '68 a rrive a t G ra n d and W a rre n . . . "H e y , a senior Just sold me an e le v a to r tic k e t" . . . " N o w f o r th e Latin te s t marks: 80, 85, 6, 90" . . . Frosh F oo tb a ll m ed io cre b u t, "R e m e m b e r the I 10 w e d g e " . . . M r. Buser flexes fo r his a rt classes . . . " W h y d o you have a d a y's jug, M is te r? " . . . "O n you knees B ro th e r!" . . . W h a t e ve r h a p pened to th e m id dle pages o f Flash's health p a m p h le t? . . . O n e (I) M a th te a ch e r lost to th e d r a f t . . . "Ju d a s P rie st!" . . . T .C . says: "M oses d id n 't rea lly live in Hokoken . . ." " I w o u ld n 't b e t m y lunch m oney i f I were you" . . .

SO P H YEAR 325 sophs return . . . N ew Building fin a lly c o m p le te d , alm ost . . . " I f I gave y o u r lit t le b ro th e r W illie " . . . G irls a p p e a r on th e Prep stage fo r th e firs t tim e . . . "W h o cares i f N iels Bohr drank C a rlsb urg B eer?" . . . Students b a ttle C a fe te ria machines (W h o g o t th e best o f whom?) . . . "S te p o u t in to th e h a ll" . . . "N o w apologize to th e class" . . . Benny v o te d te a ch e r o f th e year, b u t Eddy W h a m -O is th e sentim ental fa v o rite . . . "W h e re 's yo u r homework, T ig e r? " . . . "T o m o rro w w ill be a H e a t H o lid a y " . . . H e rr K ib b le r introduces G e o rg V itam ann and th e w orld's g re a te st Volvo . . . 2-F gives Bootsy a hard tim e w hile th e 2 -G G le e C lu b serenades M r. G la ve y . . . Intram ural C o uncil makes up rules as i t goes along . . .

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J U N IO R Y E A R 299 ju n io rs retu rn . . . Fr. Lynch snags 250 f o r h a ir in one d a y . . . Block p e rio d s co m e . . . and g o . . . Fr. O 'C o n n o r curses th e Red Baron once to o o fte n . . . "These are th e tw icks o f th e tw a d e ." "N o w , Boys . . . "H o m e w o rk O o o u t!" . . . "P o p th e b o a rd ." J u n io r d a te d a n ce n ip p e d in th e bud . . . J e ff naps . . . IB M dow n b y 5 . . . Elia polls 12 . . . "R e p e a t th e que stion , S u h !" . . . " C irc le 'se s 'p ro m e ne ' ju st like Uncle Blaise" . . . Film Forum b ring s S at. N ite a t th e M o vie s to Prep . . .

S E N IO R YEAR 273 seniors return . . . VSI schedules com e o u t tw o days late . . .

M r. lily's schedules come o u t tw o weeks a fte r VS I's . . . Psychedelic English classes are in . . . teacher's out . . . H a rdw oo d H o p resumed . . . "C 'm o n q u i-e t e h !"

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"G e tc h a ' skimmers h e re !" . . . W h e re 's the man's man? , . . "This is yo u r unofficial re p o rt c a rd " . . . W h a t are all tlio se fig h ts in the Petroc office fo r? . . . "R a lp h ie e !" . . . Basketball a ttendance triples as Prep gets girl cheerleaders . . . Seniors do n ate rad io to Senior Room . . . fun study periods . . . "B u t M ister, I have a c o n flic t" . . . "B u tto n up, m en" . . . "Racers dazzle bus stop crowds a fte r d a n ce " . . . "T h a t's s|l folks!"

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Brian T o rp e y was th e man behind th e a th le tic scene. H e d e ve lo p e d , o r­ ganized and d ire c te d th e va st system o f in tra m u ra ls. This year, w e 've had basketball a nd v o lle y b a ll team s fo r each and e ve ry class w ith p ra c tic a lly all p a rtic ip a tin g . To b rin g s tu d e n t ana te a c h e r to g e th e r, he set up stu d e n tfa c u lty fo o tb a ll and s o ftb a ll games. I t was "E lia " w ho b ro u g h t th e students to v ic to ry . Label him a PETER'S MAN.

Lou E rhardt, th a t man o f steel, headed th e cu ltu ra l c o m m itte e fo r th e S.C . This Ja ck o f A ll Trades d is trib ­ u te d tic k e ts f o r M adison Square G a r ­ den and o rganized swim p a rtie s and class trip s . H e always m anaged to g iv e th e stu d e n t a break on cu ltu ra l events. H is m a jo r acco m p lish m e n t o f th e y e a r was be in g a sp e cta cu la r 6 fo o t, 3 inch, 230 lb. ta ckle on o u r o therw ise u n spectacular te a m . Label him A C T IO N .

Jeffrey R. Vitale 674 Bergen A ve n u e , Je rse y C ity , N .J. Class O ffic e r 2,3; S tu d e n t C o u n cil 4, President; S o d a lity 2; Hudson C o u n ty A p o s to la te D ire c to r 3; D ram atics 3; Rally C o m m itte e 3,4; Dance C o m m it­ te e 3,4; L ib ra ry C lu b 3; Intram ural C o uncil 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Film Forum 4 ; Band 1,2 ,3,4; G lee C lu b 4.

Brian M . Torpey 15 G le n w o o d A venue Je rse y C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r I ; S tu d e n t C o u n cil 4 ; S o d a lity 2,3; League Lead­ ers 1,2; Rally C o m m itte e 4 ; Dance C o m m itte e 4 ; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 4, C ha irm an; Film Forum 4 ; F ootball Team 1,2, M an a g e r 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; G le e C lu b 4.

J e ff V ita le always preserved his cool no m a tte r w h a t th e situ a tio n. H e ste p p e d in to th e president's s p o t­ lig h t like a ve te ra n and p e rfo rm e d acts o f m ag ic w ith th e stu d e n t b o d y and fa c u lty . O rg a n iza tio n was his key w o rd in all he d id th o ug h th e ye a r its e lf was a b it h e ctic. Tim e and tim e again he co n fe rre d w ith th e a d m in i­ stra tio n a b o u t various problem s; he was successful m any tim es in solving them . Label him TH E O R G A N IZ E R .

Louis R. Erhardt 1028 Hudson S treet, H oboken, N .J. Class O ffic e r 1,2,3; S tu d e n t C o uncil 2; League Leaders 2,3; Dram atics 2; Rally C o m m itte e 2,3,4; Dance C o m ­ m itte e 2,3,4; Intram ural C o u n cil 4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Film Forum 4; F ootball 1,2,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 2; Track Team 3; G le e C lu b 4 ; C u l­ tu ra l C o m m itte e , C hairm an 4.

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S teve Tomaszeski, th a t ta ll skinny kid w ith th e b lo n d h a ir and brow n eyes, m ade q u ite a name fo r him self on o u r basketball and soccer team s. S teve's a hard worker, always g ivin g o f him self and o fte n g e ttin g little c re d it, O u r dances, w ith Steve in charge, n e ve r b e fo re b re a th e d w ith such e xcite m e n t. O u r super prom , G rid iro n , and H a rd w o o d H o p Were w ere th e b e st ever. A g e ra t organizer, le a d e r and a th le te ; Steve has m ade his m ark on Peter's. H e has m ade th e school just as much fu n as work. Label him LEADER. A s th e school s p irit d o cto r, Tony C ola su rd o gave Prep a shot o f his soul, and this in return resulted in an e p id e m ic o f gam e a tte nd a n ce and school s p irit. A s th e lead singer in his band, TH E REFLECTIONS, he has skyrocketed to fa m e w ith th e J . C . J e t Set. Tony b ro u g h t w ild tim es to Prep. Throw ing tra d itio n aside, he in tro ­ duced a g irl Pep Squad to bo lste r our sagging school sp irit. This G reek has h ig h lig h te d some o f Prep's fin e st and w ackiest mom ents. Label him SO U LFINGER.

Mitchel M . Syp 101 Kennedy Boulevard Bayonne, N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,3; R eligion M e d a l I; Class O ffic e r 1,2,3; S tu d e n t C o u n cil 1,2,4, V ice P resident 4 ; S o d a lity 4; League Leaders I ; D ra m a tics 2 ,3,4; Petrean 2 ,3,4; Petroc 4 ; R ally C o m ­ m itte e 4 ; C h e e rle a d e rs 4 ; Dance C o m m itte e 2 ,3,4; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 4 ; Film Forum 3,4; Prom C o m m itte e 4 ; F oo tb a ll I ; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,4; G le e C lu b 4 ; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 2, 3,4; S occer 3,4; P u b lic ity C o m m itte e 4; L itu rg ic a l C o m m itte e 4 ; C h ristia n Leadership W o rk s h o p 4.

Happiness is M itc h Syp. W ith a smile tw o columns w id e , this human dynam o w e n t to w ork as vice presi­ d e n t and p u b lic ity chairm an. H is fla re fo r style was an in te g ra l p a rt o f th e 67-68 y e a r a t Peter's w ith psychedelic posters plastered everyw here. M itc h is a natural le a d e r and is always h elping when th e chips are dow n. H e gave th e dance c o m m itte e g re a t ideas fo r spe­ cial d e co ra tio n s. T hey w ere th e b ra in ­ child o f th e one ana on ly in im ita b le M itc h Syp. Label him ALIV E .

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Steven J. Tomaszeski 240 J e w e tt A ve n u e , Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l 3; N a tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3; Class O f ­ fic e r 1,2,3; S tu d e n t C o uncil 1,2,3,4; Petroc 4 ; Rally C o m m itte e 4 ; Dance C o m m itte e 2,3,4, C h airm an 4 ; In tra ­ m ural C o u n cil 1,2,3; Film Forum 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b J; Soccer 3,4, C o -C a p ta in 4 ; Prom C o m m itte e 4, C hairm an.

Anthony P. Colasurdo 300 F ifth Street, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 2; Student C ouncil 4; Rally C o m m itte e 4, C h a ir­ man; L ib ra ry C lu b 2; Bowling Team 2,4; A r t & Poster C lu b I; Leadership Program I .

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Robert D. Allen, Jr. I 16 W yn n e w o o d C t., Freehold, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Class O ffic e r 1,2; S tu­ d e n t C o u n c il 1,2; Petrean 3,4.

Stephen C . A bate 584-67th S tre e t, W e s t N e w York, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Petrean 4 ; Petroc 3, 4 ; L ib ra ry C lu b 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c ­ tio n 4 ; G le e C lu b 4 ; P u b licity C o m ­ m itte e 4.

Anthony T. Annunziato 102 M a n h a tta n A venue Je rse y C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So­ c ie ty 3; D e b a tin g S o cie ty I; Petrean 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film For­ um 2,3,4; P u b licity C o m m itte e 4 ; Freshman Leadership Program .

Thomas J. Alario 2 11/2 W a llis Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2; S o d a lity 1,4.

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Kenneth V. Arestia 9 3 4 -C Banta Place, R id g e fie ld , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 4 ; So足 d a lity I f D e b a tin g S o cie ty I; Petrean 3,4; Rally C o m m itte e 4 ; Dance C o m m itte e 4 ; In tra m u ra l C o u n c il 2; Film Forum 3,4; Track Team 3.

Kevin J. Avery 9 1 G ra n d Avenue R id g e fie ld Park, N .J. Dram atics 4; Petroc 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2,3,4.

Michael C . Argyelan 74 W a rn e r A ve n u e , Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; R eligion Excellence 2; Class President 4 ; S o d a lity 1,4; Petrean 2 ,3,4; Petroc 2,3,4; E d ito r 4; Inscape 2; Rally C o m m itte e 4 ; C h e e r足 leaders 4 ; Dance C o m m itte e 4 ; J n Ira m u ra l C o u n cil 3; Film Forum 3,4; F oo tb a ll 1,2; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,4; Senior Leadership C o m m itte e 4 ; Pub足 lic ity C o m m itte e 4 ; Ski T hip 4.

Bernard M . Bagdzinslci 20 H iram Place, Harrison, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; Soccer 3,4, C a p ta in 4.

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Dennis K. Barry 140 T h ird S tre e t, W o o d Ridge, N.J Band 1,2; S w im m ing Team 2,3,4.

Alexander A . Barbi+o 41 J u lie tte S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2; Class O ffic e r 3; In足 tra m u ra l C o u n cil 2; Film Forum 3.

Gerald T. Barton 13 W a rn e r A venue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r d a lity 1,2; League Leaders 2,3; 2,3,4; Intram ural C o u n cil 2,3; m un ity A c tio n 1,2,4; A r t & C lu b 2.

George F. Barnes 1761/2 Coles S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J. Science C lu b 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4.

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A lbert Beaudet 29 O rc h a rd D rive U p p e r S addle River, N .J. Class O ffic e r 1,2,3: G y m Team , C o C a p ta in 3,4.

John P. Bender I lj| W e s t 3rd S treet, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; D e b a tin g S o cie ty js C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2,4; Film Forum 4; Baseball 2,3,4; H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e n t 3; Soccer 3,4.

William J. Belinski 427 G re e n m o u n t Avenue C liffs id e Park, N .J. H o n o r Pin 2; Class O ffic e r 2; C o m 足 m un ity A c tio n I; Basketball 1,2; Socv c e r 3,4.

Vincent H. Biondo 36 M agnolia Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Foot足 ball 2,3,4; H ig h e r A h cie ve m e nt 3.

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Stephen A . Bloom 51 R oosevelt A venue Jersey C ity , N .J . S o d a lity I; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 3; E ketball 2,3,4; F ootball M a n a g e r I.

Kevin J. Boland 2 18 East F o rt Lee Road Teaneck, N .J. Petrean 4 ; Science C lu b 2; C o m m u 足 n ity A c tio n 4 ; Band M a n a g e r 4.

John R. Bobowicz 333 York S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I; Track Team 1,2,3,4.

Frederic E. Bowen 86 Ridge Terrace, N eptune C ity , N .J. Class O ffic e r 3; Rally C o m m itte e 4.

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Kenneth M . Brack 985 Seventh S treet, Secaucus, N .J.

Dennis S. Boxeur 40 G iffo rd A ve n u e , Jersey C ity , N .J .

Saddle & Bridle C lu b 2; L ib ra ry C lu b 2; Track Team i l H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e nt 4.

Petrean 2 ,3 ,4; Sports E d ito r 4 ; Petroc 2; Film Forum 4 ; Basketball M a n a g e r 1,2,3; A r t 8c Poster C lu b Com m u足 n ity A c tio n 4.

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Richard W . Bradshaw 156 South Street, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 2,3; Religion M edal 3; N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 3; Petroc 3; Science C lu b 2; Library C lu b 2,3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4.

James F. Boylan 274 Seventh S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J. League Leaders I; Science C lu b 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Swimming Team 2; A r t & Poster C lu b I; Film


Kevin V. Burke 247 Union A venue S taten Island, N .Y . Class O ffic e r 2 ,3,4; Rally C o m m itte e 4 ; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 2 ,3,4; Track Team 2 ; Baseball 3,4; F oo tb a ll 1,2,3, 4 ; Basketball I .

Jay R. Brennan 34 H astings Road, Kendall Park, N .J. H o n o r Pin , I ; S o d a lity I ; League Leaders I ; D ram atics 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 2.

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\ Michael J. Buryk 56 Baldwin Terrace, W a yn e , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity 1,2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Film Forum 3,4; G ym Team 3, 4, M an a g e r 2,3,4; Track Team 3,4; Freshman Leadership; Prom C o m m it足 te e 4.

Lawrence S . Brudnicki 2 Raymond Avenue, Rutherford, N .J. H o n o r Pin I; Saddle & Bridle C lu b I; Film Forum 3,4; G ym Team 1,2,3,4; Track Team I . 200


Joseph E. Buzzerio 7208 Tonnelle A ve n u e N o rth Bergen, N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,3; S o d a lity 2 ,3,4; C o m 足 m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; G le e C lu b 4 ; Band 2,3,4.

John W . Campbell 127 W e s t 14th S treet, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin I; Film Forum 3; C om m u足 n ity A c tio n 1,2; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2 .

William Byrnes 278 Linden Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M ed a l i, 2,3; Religion M ed a l I; S o d a lity 2,3; League Leaders I ; D e b a tin g S ociety I ; Petrean 3,4; Band 3; H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e n t 2,3; Saddle 3c Bridle 2,3.

Michael P. Cantoli 255 O tta w a Avenue Hasbrouck H eights, N.J. H o n o r Pin 2; Class O ffic e r 3; Film Forum 4; C o m m unity A c tio n 4; In tra 足 mural Council 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4.


James A . Caporrino 223 W a s h in g to n S tre e t H oboken, N .J. H o n o r Pin Leaders I ; man E d ito r Film Forum

1,2; S o d a lity I ; League Petrean 2,3, Underclass足 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; 4.

James F. Carroll 51 M e r r itt S tre e t, Je rse y C ity , N .J. Class O ffic e rs 2; S tu d e n t C o u n cil 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; S occer 3,4.

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Thomas C . Carola 70 W ales A venue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity I; C o m m u 足 n ity A c tio n 4.

Thomas J. Carro 804 Livingston Road, Elizabeth, N .J. Petrean 3; Rally C o m m itte e 3,4.


Jack J. Cavari 4 44 Park A ve n u e , Fairview , N .J . H o n o r Pin I ; S o d a lity I ; Petrean 3,4; Rally C o m m itte e 3,4; In tra m u ra l C o u n c il 4 ; Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b I .

W illiam M . Catalano 3609 G ra n d A ve n u e N o rth Bergen, N .J. H o n o r Pin 2; Class O ffic e r 1,2,4; S tu 足 d e n t C o u n c il 1,2; Film Forum 4 ; F oo t足 ball M a n a g e r I.

George A . Chipko 3506 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey C ity , N .J. Intram ural C ouncil 2,3,4; C o m m unity A c tio n 4; A r t & Poster C lu b 3.

Patrick J. Caulfield 255 Fairm ount Avenue Hackensack, N .J. Class O ffic e r 2; D ebating S ociety I, 2,3,4; Dram atics 3; Film Forum 4; Tennis 2; Soccer 3,4.

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Timothy M . Chorney 152 N o lto n S tre e t, Belleville, N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; League Leaders 2; D ra m a tics 3,4; In sca pe 2 ; Science C lu b 3,4; Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; S te e rin g C o m m itte e 4 ; R adio C lu b 1,2; Film Forum 3; G le e C lu b 2.

Robert J. Chrzanowski 233 M a n h a tta n Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. R adio C lu b 3; Intram ural C o u n cil 4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4.

G ary R. Ciniello 676 S um m it A ve n u e , Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,3; Class O ffic e r 4 ; In tra ­ m ural C o u n cil 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Bowling Team 1,2,3,4.

Anthony G . Clerihew 174 Fulton Avenue, Jersey C ity , N.J. H o n o r Pin 2,3; S o d a lity 4 ; League Leaders 2,3; Rally C o m m itte e 3; Dance C o m m itte e 4 ; Film Forum 4; A r t & Poster C lu b 4; Soccer 3,4.

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G erald M . Compeau 2 17 E. C la y A ve n u e Roselle Park, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l I; N a tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3; D e b a tin g S o c ie ty 1,2; Class O ffic e r 1,4; S tu 足 d e n t C o u n c il 1,3; Petroc 3,4; Band I, 2,3, President 4 ; A r t & Poster C lu b 1, 2 .

Ernest M . Clerihew 174 Fulton A venue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S tu d e n t C o u n cil 4 ; S o d a lity 4 ; League Leaders 2; Petrean 3,4; Rally C o m m itte e 3; Dance C o m 足 m itte e 4 ; Film Forum 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b President 4 ; Track Team 3,4; S occer 3,4; Prom C o m m itte e 4.

Robert F. Connelly 160 South S treet, Jersey C ity , N.J

Joseph E. Colford 262 Ege Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty ; Class O ffic e r 2,4; S tudent C o uncil 4 ; S o d a lity 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Football 2,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e nt 4.


Thomas P. Connelly 136 Lord A venue, Bayonne, N .J. C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Film Forum 4.

Joseph K. Cooney 325 H e n ry S tre e t H asbrouck H eights, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Dance C o m m itte e 4; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 2,3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,/ t; Baseball 3,4; Soccer 3,4.

Robert V. Conroy 158 C oles S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M ed a l 2, 3; Religion M e d a l 3; Science C lu b 4.

Vincent L. Corasio 118 W e s t 3rd Street, C lifto n , N .J. Science C lu b 3,4.


John A . Corrado 10 C hurch Towers, H oboken, N .J H o n o r Pin 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4.

Francis J. Coyle 19 W e llin g to n Road, Livingston, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty ; G ym Team 3.

Vincent P. Costa 58 C lin to n Avenue, Kearny, N .J. S o d a lity 2,3,4; Dram atics 3,4; C o m 足 m un ity A c tio n 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 2,3.

Robert P. Czaykowski 68 Q u in cy Avenue, Kearny, N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Dram atics 3,4; Rally C o m m itte e 2; Film Forum 4 ; A r t &


Joseph A . D'Amico 350 Seventh S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J.

Robert M . Czochanski 246 Suydam A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2; Class O ffic e r f ; R adio C lu b i f C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Track Team 2,3.

S tu d e n t C o uncil 3,4; S o d a lity 3,4; Rally C o m m itte e 3,4; L ib ra ry C lu b 3; In tra m u ra l C o uncil 2,3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Film Forum 4 ; Bowling Team 1,2,3,4; A r t and Poster C lu b 3; G le e C lu b 4 ; H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e n t 3.

Richard J. Damico 252 Park Avenue C liffsid e Park, N.J.

John V. Dailey 704 Jersey A venue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; N a tio n a l H o n o r Soc ie ty 3; Class O ffic e r 3,4; F ootball 3, 4; H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e n t 4.

H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity 2; Petrean 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Film Forum 2,4; A r t and Poster C lu b 4; Ski C lub 3.


Michael A . DeSocio 4 60 Nelson A ve n u e C liffs id e Park, N .J.

Michael J. D'Arienzo 104 M a g n o lia A venue Jersey C ity , N .J .

H o n o r Pin 2,3; Class O ffic e r 3; So足 d a lity I ; Rally C o m m itte e 4, C h a ir足 man 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; F oo tb a ll 2 ; A r t & Poster C lu b I I Prom C o m m itte e 4.

H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l I; League Leaders 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 4.

Stephen J. DiPaolo 73 Barrows Avenue, R utherford, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity 2,4; C o m -

William F. Delaney 14 O ak Ridge Road, C lifto n , N .J. H onor Pin 1,2,3; Intram ural Council 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Football I; Soccer 3,4.


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71 M e r r it t S tre e t, Je rse y C ity , N .J. Petroc 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; Basketball M a n a g e r 3,4; C a m era C lu b 2 ,3,4; Freshman Leader足 ship.

G ary DiSo+eo 17 D w ig h t Terrace, C lifto n , N .J. H o n o r Pins j ; Science C lu b 3,4; Radio C lu b 2,3; Swim m ing Team j-i

Michael P. DiPietro 16 Pavonia C o u rt, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Intram ural C ouncil 4; Swimm ing Team 1,2,3,4.

Lawrence B. Dlugolencki 282 Pavonia Avenue Jersey C ity , N.J. Religion M edal 2; Saddle & Bridle C lu b 4 ; C o m m unity A c tio n 4; Track Team I.

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Martin C . Dolan 212 H a rriso n A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 2,3; S o d a lity 1,4; D e b a tin g S o cie ty 1,2,3, 4 ; O r a to r y 4 ; D ram atics 2 ,3,4; Petroc 4 ; Rally C o m m itte e 4 ; C h e e rle a d e rs 4; Dance C o m m itte e 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c 足 tio n 4 ; Film Forum 3,4; F oo tb a ll 1,2,3; Track Team 2 ,3,4; G le e C lu b 1,2,3,4; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 2,4; P o litica l Dis足 cussion Forum 3,4.

Michael P. Donatacci 1 123 G a rd e n S tre e t, H oboken, N .J. R eligion M e d a l 3; Class O ffic e r 4 ; League Leaders 2; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; F oo tb a ll 1,3,4; Track Team 2,3.

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Edward R. Domaleski 666 Jersey Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; Class O ffic e r 3; G ym Team 3,4.

John J. Donovan 42 East 4th Street, Bayonne, N .J. Dram atics I; Rally C o m m itte e 2,3; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; G o lf 3.

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G regory S. Duch 43 East 36th S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l 2, 3; N a tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3; D e b a t足 ing S o cie ty I; Film Forum 4 ; Track Team 1.

John J. Dooley I 17 M a g n o lia A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J . Class O ffic e r 1,4; Track Team 1,2.

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Edward J. Duffy 33 Starling Road, Kendall Park, N .J. S tu d e n t C ouncil 4.

Thomas J. Ducca 2 Jefferson Avenue N ew Brunswick, N .J. Class O ffic e r 1,2; S o d a lity I ; Petrean 3; Inscape 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4.

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Patrick J. Evans 40 G le n w o o d A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l I, 3; R eligion M e d a l 2,3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2,3,

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Robert F. Dunham 6 Livingston D rive H ow ell Township, N .J . .H onor Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity I; D e b a tin g S o c ie ty 2; Petrean 3; Film Forum 4; Tennis 1,2,3; G o lf 3; Soccer 3.

Raymond J. Favocci 974 East 27th S tre e t, Paterson, N .J. H o n o r Pin 3; Class O ffic e r 4 ; Petrean 3,4; Science C lu b 2; Film Forum 4; A r t and Poster C lu b 1,2; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 4.

William C . Dzikowski 25 Kelly Parkway, Bayonne, N .J. and 1,2; Ski C lu b 3.


M ichael S . Fehr 182 T horne S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J. S addle & Bridle C lu b 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4.

Andrea J. Ferullo 43 M o rre ll Place, G a rfie ld , N .J. Science C lu b 2; Saddle & Bridle C lu b 1,2; G ym Team 1,4; Band 1,2,3; G o lf

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I|g§lgi||§ G arret J. Ferguson 5 C o rb in A venue, Jersey C ity , N*J* H o n o r Pin I ; R eligion M ed a l 3; D ra­ m atics 4 ; Petroc 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c ­ tio n 2; Poster C lu b 1,2; Freshman L eadership Program .

Leonard P. Filipkowski 21 W . 53rd Street, Bayonne, N .J. Film Forum 4; Baseball 3,4; Soccer 3,

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Robert J. Finigan 94 Van H o u to n A ve n u e C h a th am , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; Petrean 2 ,3,4; Underclassm en E d ito r 3, Business M a n a g e r 4 ; C o m 足 m u n ity A c tio n 2,4; Film Forum 3,4.

Paul M . Fischer 140 Pennington S treet, Passaic, N J . H o n o r Pin I; Class O ffic e r 2; D ra足 m atics 3,4; In tram ural C o u n cil 1,2; Film Forum 2,3,4; A r t and Poster C lu b I; Freshman Leadership Program I.

Robert V. Finnerty 71 Park S tre e t, M o n tc la ir, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; G o lf 1,2,3,4; C o -C a p ta in 4 ; G lee C lu b 3,4.

Brian M . Fitzgibbons 729 Park Avenue, Hoboken, N .J. S o d a lity 3; League Leaders 2,3; Dra足 m atics 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2,4.

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!\ Michael J. Flannery 1212 83rd S tre e t, N o rth Bergen, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; S o d a lity 1,2; D ra 足 m atics 4 ; Band 1,2 ,3,4; T u to ria l Pro足 gram 2.

Paul A . Foddai 2540 Kennedy Boulevard Je rse y C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 3; Excellence M e d a l 3; N a 足 tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3; Science C lu b 2.

George A. Fleck 96 Brill Street, Newark, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; League Leaders 3; Dram atics 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; Film Forum 4 ; H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e n t 4.

Robert M . Fuirita 104 Fairm ount Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4.

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John R. Galvin 250 Seventh Street, Jersey C ity , N.J,

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Science C lu b 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n President 3; Baseball 3,4.

28 C o tta g e S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N.J Band I ; G o lf 4.

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John F. Garibaldi I 124 W a sh in g ton S treet Hoboken, N .J. Religion M edal 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Track Team I ; Soccer 3.

Thomas H . Gallagher 7 4 A W . 53rd S treet, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 3; Intram ural C o uncil 4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Film Forum 4; Basketball I .


Robert B. Giovenco 1017 G a rd e n S tre e t, H oboken, N .J. '

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Michael J. G arito 92 W e s t 26th S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; S ociality 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c 足 tio n 4 ; Baseball 2,3,4.

H o n o r Pin 1,3; League Leaders I; Science C lu b 2,3 ,4; L ib ra ry C lu b 2, 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film For足 um 4 ; Band 1,2 ,3,4; V ice President 4 ; Bookstore 3,4; G le e C lu b 4 ; T u to ria l Program 2,4.

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Robert F. Glowacky 432 Fulton Street, Elizabeth, N .J. S o d a lity 2; Science C lu b 2; Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; Film Forum 4 ; Tennis I ; Soccer 3,4.

Peter A . Gerbino 31 L ib e rty Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. Dance C o m m itte e 4; Band I; Foot足 ball 2,3. 220


Peter G . Glushko 149 H a lla d a y S tre e t Je rse y C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin I ; Petrean 4 ; In tra m u ra l C o u n c il 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2; Track Team 2; S occer 3.

Eugene H. Greenan 17 Broadway, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; Excellence M edal 3; Class O ffic e r 3; Intram ural C ouncil 4; Bas足 ketball I; F oo tb a ll I.

John M . Golashesky 101 W e s t 24th S treet, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; League Leaders 2,3; Science C lu b 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3,4; Film Forum 3,4; Soccer 3,4.

Thomas J. Greenan 97 W e s t I Ith S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J . L e a g u e Leaders 2 ; In tra m u ra l C o u n c il 2 ,3 ,4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Track

Team I.

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Richard M . Grumback 609 Park A ve n u e , H oboken, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,3; S o d a lity 3; C o m m u 足 n ity A c tio n 2 ,3,4; Film Forum 3,4.

W illiam E. Halsey 137 G ra c e S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; S o d a lity I ; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; S occer 3.

John J. Grzyb 158 W e s t 32nd S treet, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; Film Forum 4 ; Track Team 4 ; Soccer 3,4.

William G . Hammann 133 Sherman Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

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John T. Hannon 66 R eservoir A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J.

Jonathan J. Hammer 136 Beach S tre e t, Je rse y C ity , N .J . Class O ffic e r 2,3; S ociality I f Science C lu b 2; Saddle. & Bridle C lu b 1,2,3; In tra m u ra l C o u n c il 2,3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4.

Kevin T. Harrington 69 G arretson Avenue, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Class O ffic e r 3,4; De足 b a tin g S ociety 1,2,3; Petrean 3; Petroc 3,4.

David R. Hanlon 14 East 5th Street, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M edal I; N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 3; Class O ffi足 ce r 1,2,3; S tu d e n t C ouncil 1,2; Swim足 m ing Team 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 ; C a p ta in 4.

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Douglas E. Hollywood 381 C o m m e rcia l A ve n u e C liffs id e Park, N .J. In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 4 ; G y m Team S occer 3 A-

William F. Heaney 3 D e lafield A venue, R u th e rfo rd, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,3; S o d a lity 2 ,3,4; C h e e r足 leaders 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 3,4; G y m Team 2,3,4.

John T. Horan 218 Ege A venue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; D e b a tin g S o cie ty I ; C o m m u 足 n ity A c tio n 2 ,3,4; Bowling Team 1,2, 3,4.

Glenn W . Hoffman 171 Bowers Street, Jersey C ity , N .J.

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Peter A . lannarella 85 W a b a sh A ve n u e , C lifto n , N .J.

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Stephen T. Janiszewski 212 Pearsall Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M ed a l I, 2,3; Religion M edal I; Petroc 3,4; P h o to g ra p h y E d ito r 3,4; Inscape 3,4; C am era C lu b 2,3,4, President 3,4.

Kenneth J. Janesk 17 Nelson S tre e t, C lifto n , N .J. League Leaders 2; Petrean 2,3,4; Li­ b ra ry C lu b 2,3,4.

Frank J. Joerss 243 N ew York Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

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M atthew J. Jusinski 47 Read S tre e t, Newark, N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 4 ; S o d a lity I ; D ram atics 3,4; Film Forum 4 ; A r t & Poster C lu b I.

John M . Joyce 86 B a rth oldi A venue Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; P h o to g ra p h y Film Forum Tennis C lu b C lu b 4.

S o d a lity 4 ; Petrean 3,4, E d ito r 3,4; Petroc 1,2; 3,4; C a m era C lu b 1,2; 1,2,3,4, C a p ta in 4 ; G le e

Robert M . Kay 305 C hapel Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Bowling Team 1,2,3,4.

Bruce J. Jurcisin 17 W e s t 17th Street, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Dram atics 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4.


Timothy J. Kelly .195 Bowers S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l 3; N a tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3; Band 1,2, 3,4.

Jerome P. Kent 344 8th S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Track Team I; G o lf 2,3.

Thomas F. Kenny 251 W y o m in g Avenue M a p le w o o d , N .J. H ig h e r A c h ie ve m e n t 3,4; Leadership.

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Leonard P. Kiczek 96 W e s t 46th Street, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 4; League Leaders 2,3; Dram atics 3,4; Film Forum 3,4; d e e C lu b 4.

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John F. King m Thomas C . Kiely

483 M e rc e r S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; Track Team L

H o rizon Towers N o rth , F o rt Lee, N .J. Dance C o m m itte e 2,3,4; In tram ural C o u n cil 2 ,3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 3; Basketball 2; A r t & Poster C lu b 2; Track Team I ; G le e C lu b 4 ; S occer 3,4; Prom C o m m itte e 4.

Clifford E. Kinley 89 Brown Place, Jersey C ity , N.J. G ym Team 1,2,3,4.

Daniel P. Kinahan 30 W e s t 31st Street, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Religion M ed a l 2; Stu足 d e n t C o uncil 3; Track Team I .


William J. Kruse 320^2 W e b s te r A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J.

Stanley J. Klotz

H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 4 ; League Leaders 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2; F oo tb a ll I.

91 Brill S treet, New ark, N .J. Class O ffic e r 2; Science C lu b 2 ; F oo t足 ball 1,2,3,4.

Daniel F. Lally 460 8th S treet, H oboken, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M edal I; Religion M ed a l I ; S o d a lity 1,2,3,4; League Leaders 2,3; C o m m u n ity A c 足 tio n 1,3,4; Swimm ing Team 3,4; H ig h 足 er A ch ie ve m e n t 1,2,3.

Henry J. Krauze 16 East 32nd Street, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,3; S o d a lity 4; Science C lu b 3,4; Bookstore 1,2,3,4; Chess Team I; H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e nt 2.


Kenneth M . Lampe 92 G ra h a m S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,3; S o d a lity I ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 1,4; Basketball 2 ,3,4; Chess Team I.

Michael A. Lania 37 East 49 th Street, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 3; Rally C o m m itte e I ; Sci足 ence C lu b 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; Swim m ing Team 1,2; Track Team I; Soccer 3.

Philip A . Lamprecht 151 Pine Street, Jersey C ity , N .J. Religion M ed a l 2; Class O ffic e r 4; Film Forum 4 ; 0 y m Team 2; F oot足 ball 3.

Thomas M. Lanigan 58 C entral Avenue Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Petroc 3,4; C om m unity A c tio n 4; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2,4; P ublicity C o m m itte e 4.


Stanley M . Lanskey I I East 39th S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l I; R eligion M e d a l 2; N a tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3; Petrean 2,4; Rally C o m 足 m itte e 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 1,2 ,3,4; G le e C lu b 3,4; C h e e rle a d e rs 4 ; H ig h 足 e r A c h ie v e m e n t 1,2 ,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b t,4 ; P u b lic ity C o m m itte e 4; C h ristia n Leadership W o rksh o p 4.

Michael L. Lechonczak 287 Eighth S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J. Class O ffic e r 3; D ram atics 2 ; In tra 足 m ural C o u n cil 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; G y m Team 2; Soccer 3; F o o tb a l, 2,3 ,4.

Steven D. LaViola 1080 Inwood Terrace, F ort Lee, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Swim m ing Team I; F ootball 1,3,4; Track Team 2.

Ronald A. LeGrand 7 M inerva Street, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; S tu d e n t C o uncil 1,2 Class O ffic e r 1,2; S o d a lity 1,2,4 F ootball 3,4; Track Team 1,2,3,4 H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e n t 1,2,3,4; Fresh足 man Leadership.


John P. Leonard 62 Buffalo A venue, Paterson, N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 3; Science C |u b 3; Gyrr? Team 1,2 ,3 ,4; G le e C lu b 4; Prom C o m m itte e 4.

A lbert W . Leier 17 O x fo rd S tre e t, N ew ark, N .J. H o n o r Pin; I;; Class O ffic e r 4 ; F oo tb a ll 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2.

John J. Leppard 161 A rg y le Place, Kearney, N .J. Science C lu b 2; |J2; C o m m u n ity um 4 ; Football C lu b I; H ig h e r

Stanley P. Lenc 19 N o rw o od Avenue, C lifto n , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; Prom C o m m itte e 4.

Saddle & Bridle C lu b A c tio n 2,3; Film For足 1,2,3,4; A r t & Poster A ch ie ve m e nt 2,3.


Anthony F. Lipnicki 98 W e s t 13th S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Petrean 2; Science C lu b 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 1,2,4; F oo tb a ll 3,4.

Joseph A . Lillis 61 A rlin g to n A venue Jersey C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,3; F ootball 1,3,4,

Patrick G . Lisa 1231 Park A venue, H oboken, N .J. F ootball 3; A r t & Poster C lu b I.

John J. Lipinski 32 East 34th Street, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 2; S o d a lity I ; Rally C o m 足 m itte e 3; Science C lu b 2,3,4; Saddle & Bridle 2,3; Film Forum 4; Track Team I ; Soccer 3,4; Ski C lu b 3,4.

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Thomas P. Lisa 445 O g d e n A ve n u e , Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 2,3; Science C lu b 3; C o m ­ m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; S occer 3,4, M a n ­ a g e r 3,4.

James J. Luce 88 W e s t 22nd S treet, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Class O ffic e r I ; So­ d a lity 3; Track Team 2,3.

Joseph W . Lobo 154 Bowers S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J. S o d a lity 2; D ram atics I; Science C lu b 2; Film Forum 4 ; G le e C lu b I ; Soc­ ce r 3,4.

•fXmt 1 Christopher T. Lyons 28 Peru Road, C lifto n , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N ational H o n o r So­ cie ty 3; Class O ffic e r I;2 ,3,4 ; Basket­ ball 1,2,3,4.

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Joseph C . Marsella 125 C lifto n Place, Jersey C ity , N .J. Rally C o m m itte e 4 ; F oo tb a ll 1,2,3,4.

John A . Mahan 557 Pavonia A venue Jersey C ity , N .J. Science C lu b 2,3; Film Forum 4.

Robert A . Martelli 2787 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; S o d a lity 1,2; Petreari 3.

George H . Mahoney 177 W e s t 48th Street, Bayonne, N .J. Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; Film Forum 4; G le e C lu b 1,2; Soccer 3,4.


Nicholas S . Matin 129 W e s t 4 8 th S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin i f C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; A r t & Poster C lu b 4; Track Team 1,2.

Kevin G . M cCarthy 68 Zabriski S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J. fijtra m u ra l C o u n cil 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c ­ tio n 4.

- all 1' 11 Daniel C . M cCarthy 522 G a rfie ld Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,3; Second H o n o r M edal 1; S o d a lity I, President 2,3,4; League Leaders 2; Petrean 3,4; Petroc 3, A s­ sistant E d ito r 4 ; Dance C o m m itte e 2, 3, S teering C o m m itte e 4 ; L ib ra ry C lu b 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2,3; Film Forum 2,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 4; G le e C lu b 1,2,3,4; P u b licity C o m m it­ te e 4.

James A. M cCoy C am pb e ll Street, South A m b o y, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,3; Excellence M edal I; S o d a lity 3,4; League Leaders 3; In­ tram u ra l C o uncil 4; C o m m u n ity A c ­ tio n 1,3,4; Band 1,2,3, Drum M a jo r 4; A r t & Poster C lu b I .

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John W . M cC ue 208 A ve n u e F, Bayonne, N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Relig ion M e d a l I ; Petroc 4 ; Science C lu b 3,4; S addle & Bridle C lu b 2 ; Film Forum 4 ; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 4 ; P o litica l Forum 3.

Patrick J. M cGovern 3284 Kennedy Boulevard Je rse y C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So­ c ie ty M e d a l; Rally C o m m itte e 3; S addle & Bridle C lu b 1,2, President 3,4; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 3,4; Film For­ um 3,4; Band 2 ,3,4; F oo tb a ll 2; Ski C lu b 3,4.

James F. M cG ee 6 2 ! Prospect Street, N utley, N .J. League Leaders 2; Science C lu b 2; G ym Team I .

Mauro A. Mecca 30 Annabel!© Avenue, C lifto n , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Intram ural C ouncil 4; Football 2,3.


Richard T. Michalowslci 245 Sum m it Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

Bernard T. Meehan 32 H asbrouck A venue, Emerson, N .J. S o d a lity I; Petrean 3; Science C lu b 2; S addle & Bridle C lu b 2; C o m m u ­ n ity A c tio n 4 ; G y m Team 1,2; Band I ; G o lf 2,3, C o -C a p ta in 4.

H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity 3,4; C o m ­ m u n ity A c tio n 4; Band 2,3,4; Book­ store 2; N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety M e ­ dal 3.

Steven F. Miller 41 M ap le Street, Teaneck, N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 1,4; So­ d a lity I ; Petrean 3, M anaging E ditor 4; Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; C om m unity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 3,4; G ym Team 2; Track Team 3; Ski Team 3,4.

Louis A . Mercun 71 I 6th Street, Union C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 4 ; Com ' m un ity A c tio n 4 ; F ootball 3,4.


Michael L. Missaggia 30 M ille r Plaza, C lifto n , N .J .

Michael N. Morale 1805 Kerrigan Avenue Union C ity , N .J. Science C lu b 2; Soccer 3,4.

John M . Mojkowski 359 Union S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J. Religion M ed a l I ; Class O ffic e r I, S o d a lity I ; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; Track Team 1,2.

G ary J. Moucha 307 Fairview Avenue, Fairview, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Religion M edal I; Class O ffic e r 2; S odality C lu b 2; Football 1,2,3,4; H ig h e r A chievem ent 3,4.


Paul T. Mullin 64 Lakeside Drive, Ramsey, N .J . H o n o r Pin 2; Class O ffic e r I; Petrean 4 ; Inscape 3; S addle & Bridle 2; Film Forum 3,4; G y m Team M a n a g e r 3,4; G le e C lu b I f Freshman Leadership Program .

Robert J. Musella 82 Union Place, R id g e fie ld Park, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; S tu d e n t C o u n cil 4; S o d a lity 2,4; Petrean 2,3,4, Sports E d ito r 3, E d ito r-in -C h ie f 4 ; Rally C o m m itte e 3; Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; Ski C lu b 3.

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Robert P. Murphy 96 W e s t 36th S treet, Bayonne, N .J. Class O ffic e r J* Dram atics 4 ; Track Team I; Intram ural C o uncil 4.

Anthony A. Natelli, Jr. 27 Linden Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 3; N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 3; A r t & Poster C lu b 2.


Dennis P. O 'C onnor 12 Bidwell A ve n u e , Jersey C ity , N .J . In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 4 ; G y m Team Football; 1,2.

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Christopher J. Nickerson 237 T urrell A ve n u e South O ra n g e , N .J . H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r I ; S tu d e n t C o u n cil 3; Dance C o m m itte e 2,3,4; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 3,4; Film Forum 3, 4 ; Basketball I ; F oo tb a ll 2 ,3,4; G le e C lu b I s Freshmen L e a dership Pro­ gra m . ■

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Joseph P. O'Connor 49 N e p tu ne Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 4 Petrean 4 i Intram ural C ouncil 3,4.

John J. Obremski 43 W e s t 38th Street, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Petrean 3,4; C o m ­ m unity A c tio n 1,2; Film Forum 3; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2; H ig h e r A ch ie ve ­ m ent 1,2.

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Anthony D. Orlowski 338 Von N o stra n d A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J. S o d a lity 2; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 4.

John F. O'Donnell 683 A ve n u e C , Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; League Leaders I ; De足 b a tin g I; F ootball 3.

Stephen J. Orzynski 32 W e s t 2 1st S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty M e d a l 3; League Readers 2,3; Class O ffic e r 4 ; Science C lu b 2; Film Forum 3,4.

William L. O'Reilly I3 7 A Suburbia Terrace Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 2; S tudent C ouncil 3,4; Rally C o m m itte e 3,4; In足 tram ural Council 2,3,4; Film Forum I ; Basketball I.

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John A . Pagano 137 Palisade A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J. S tu d e n t C o u n cil 4 ; A r t & Poster C lu b I f Track Team 1,2.

Joseph P. Paluscio 367 8th S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J. Class O ffic e r 4 ; S o d a lity 4; ' Dance C o m m itte e 4.

Thomas F. Pagel 71 South S treet, Jersey C ity , N .J. D ram atics 2,3; Inscape 3, A r t E d ito r 4; Dance C o m m itte e 2; Saddle & B ridle C lu b I; L ib ra ry C lu b 3; Film Forum 3,4.

Anthony L. Panariello I 15 W e s t 8th Street, Bayonne, N.J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; H o n o r S ociety M e 足 dal 3; League Leaders 3; Film Forum 3,4; H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e nt 4.

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Thomas F. Pastier 260 9th S tre e t, Je rse y C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty M e d a l 3; Religion M e d a l 3; Ski C lu b 3.

G regory J. Panfile 8 A ve n u e C , Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; D ram atics 3,4; Film Forum 4.

Guy C . Peregrin I I W e s t 29th S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J. Class O ffic e r 3,4; Petroc 2; Intram u足 ral C o u n cil 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Footballs 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4.

Thaddeus R. Paprocki 157 W e s t 48th S treet, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Science C lu b 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; Film Forum 4; Soccer 3.

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Russell Piccoli 2282 W o o d la n d Terrace Scotch Plains, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty M e d a l 3; D ram atics 3,4; Dance C o m m itte e 2 ,3,4; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 2,3,4; F o o tb a ll 11 Track Team I; G o lf 1,2 ,3,4; Prom C o m m itte e 4.

James A . Plaza 221/2 C o tta g e S tre e t Je rse y C ity , N .J. Film Forum 4 ; G ym Team I .

Maurice L. Piergrossi 45 O rie n t W a y , Lyndhurst, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Class O ffic e r 2; S tu足 d e n t C o u n cil 2; S o d a lity 2; Intram ural C o u n cil 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; F ootball 1,2,3,4.

James M . Polisin I I W e s t 13th S treet, Bayonne, N .J. D ram atics 3; Intram ural C o uncil 3,4 C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2,4; Film Forum 4 Football 2,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 3 G lee C lu b 1,2,3,4.

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Gregory P. Polonica 900 A ve n u e C , Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Science C lu b 2; C o m 足 m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 4; Soc足 ce r 3.

Thomas J. Pour 247 B a rth oldi A venue Je rse y C ity , N .J. Class O ffic e r 2,4; In tra m u ra l C o uncil 2 ,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3.

Robert E. Pontone 929 Q ueen A n n e Road, Teaneck, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Track Team 1,2,3,4.

Ronald P. Prezioso 187 W e s t 4th Street, Bayonne, N .J.

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H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 4 ; Stu足 d e n t C o uncil 2,3,4; Dram atics 3; Dance C o m m itte e 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c 足 tio n 1,2; Film Forum 3,4; Baseball 3, 4; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,4; Soccer 3,4; P ublicity C o m m itte e 4.


Michael P. Reilly 67 W e s t 4 3 rd S treet, Bayonne, N .J. G y m Team 1,2,3.

Douglas C . Raska 8 W illo w S tre e t, Teaneck, N .J. D ram atics 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; G le e C lu b 3,4; S occer M a n a g e r 4.

525 6 t i t Street, W e s t New York, N.J. \

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Leonard Reck 7507 4 th Avenue, N o rth Bergen, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty M ed a l 3; League Leaders I f Bas足 ketball I .

3,4; S cience C lu b 2; Saddle & Bridle C lu b 4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 3, President 4; Band 1,2,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 2; G lee C lu b 4.


1 Joseph P. Romano 816 IOth S tre e t, U nion C ity , N .J.

Ronald F. Rinn

H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Track Team 2,3,4; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 1,4.

16 N o r c ro ft Road, Jersey C ity , N .J. Class O ffic e r 2,3; Dance C o m m itte e 4 ; Saddle & Bridle C lu b 1,2,3,4; Swim m ing Team 1,2,3,4.

Joseph T. Romano I 15 Fairview Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. S o d a lity I ; Dram atics 3,4; Rally C o m 足 m itte e 2,3; Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; Bowling Team 1,2,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 2,3.

Joseph J. Romano 708 Palisade Avenue Union C ity , N .J.

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Student Council 4; Petrean 2,3,4; In足 tram ural C ouncil 4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2,4; G lee C lu b 3,4; H ig h e r ArhievRm fin+ 3.4-.


Thomas D. Ruane f

131 W e s t 56th S tre e t, Bayonne, N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 3; So足 d a lity 3; League Leaders 2; Petroc 3, 4 ; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 1,3,4; Film Forum 4 ; Baseball 3,4.

Matthew W . Ruggiero 1007 G ra n d Avenue N o rth Bergen, N .J. H o n o r Pin 2,3; Second Honors M edal 3; Dram atics 3,4; Saddle & Bridle C lu b 3,4; Film Forum 3,4; G le e C lu b 2,3,4; Soccer 3,4; Ski C lu b 3.

Robert W . Ruggieri 18 Stegm an Place, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3; Petrean 4 ; Rally C o m m itte e 4; Cheerleaders 4 ; Dance C o m 足 m itte e 4; L ib ra ry C lu b 2,3,4; Band I速 2,3,4; G le e C lu b 4 ; H ig h e r A ch ie ve 足 m ent 3,4; Film Forum 3,4.

John P. Rumain 120 W e st 14th Street, Bayonne, N .J. S o d a lity 2,3; Dramatics 3,4; Film Forum 3,4; H ig h e r A chievem ent 2; boccer 3,4.

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Brian C . Rydwin | 37 G ra n d S tre e t, Je rse y C ity , N .J. H onor dent Dance m itte e

Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 2; S tu足 C o u n cil 1,2,3; Petrean 3,4; C o m m itte e 3,4; S te e rin g C o m 足 4; G le e C lu b I; Bookstore 2,3.

John K. Ryan 3406 Kennedy Boulevard Je rse y C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l 2; R eligion M e d a l I ; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; S o d a lity 2; Film Forum 3,4; Band 2; Track Team 3,4.

David F. Salzmann 436 Sussex Street, Harrison, N.J Football Team I; Soccer 3,4.

Patrick J. Ryan 167 Lembeck Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r Soc ie ty 3; L ib ra ry C lu b 1,2,3,-4; Chess Team 3,4, President 4.


David V. Scian 322 2nd S tre e t, S addle Brook, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity 1,2; S addle & Bridle C lu b I; G ym Team I ; Band 1, 2 .

Donald W . Sandaal 24 Stegm an S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity 4 ; D ra m a t足 ics 3; Petrean 4 ; Dance C o m m itte e 3, '4 ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 1,2,3; Film For足 um 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 4, V ice President 4 ; Prom C o m m itte e 4 ; Film Forum 3,4.

David C . Scully 120 South K ingm an Road South O ran g e , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 1,3; So d a lity 2; G ym Team 2; Track Team I

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Richard C . Schmidt 228 O ld Bergen Road Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Dram atics 4; C om m u足 n ity A c tio n 2; Film Forum 4; A r t & Poster C lu b I .


Mark R. Selander 306 W e b s te r A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Freshman Leadership P ro g ra m ; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 3,4.

Dennis M . Sheridan 1217 80th S treet, N o rth Bergen, N .J. H o n o r Pin i | Class 1,2,3,4; C o m m u n ity Forum 4 ; G ym Team H ig h e r A ch ie ve m e n t

O ffic e r 2; Band A c tio n 4; Film I ; G le e C lu b 4; 4.

Donald J. Shalhoub 316 A ve n u e B, Bayonne, N .J. S tu d e n t C o u n cil 4 ; League Leaders 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; Track Team 4.

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James M . Shields 22 W illia m S treet N o rth A rlin g to n , N.J. H onor dal I ; Forum ketball

Pin 1,2,3; Second Honors M e 足 Intram ural Council 2,3,4; Film 3,4; C o m m unity A c tio n 4; Bas足 Team 1,2.

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W a lte r A . Sinopoli 776 Broadway, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 3; So足 d a lity 3,4; Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; R adio C lu b I ; Film Forum 3,4; Band 3,4; G le e C lu b 4.

Thomas J. Sienkewicz 1202 G a rd e n S tre e t, H oboken, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M e d a l I, 2,3; Religion M e d a l 2,3; S o d a lity 1,2, 3,4; Band 2,3,4; G le e C lu b 4 ; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r S o cie ty 3; L ib ra ry C lu b 2 ,3,4; Film Forum 3,4.

Douglas J. Smith 6 Island View C o u rt, Bayonne, N .J. Basketball Team I.

Thomas E. Simpson 819 Avenue C, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 2; So足 d a lity 4; Dram atics 3,4; Rally C o m 足 m itte e 4; Dance C o m m itte e 4 ; Saddle & Bridle C lu b 2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2,4; G ym Team 2; A r t & Poster C lu b 4 ; G lee C lu b 3,4.

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Robert W . Smith 548 Palisade A ve n u e Jersey C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,3; Petrean 4; Science C lu b 2; Dance C o m m itte e 4; S addle & Bridle C lu b 2; Film Forum 3,4; G o lf Team 1,2 ,3,4; S occer 3,4.

Richard J. Smutek 159 Bergen Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. C om m unity; A c tio n 2; F ootball Team 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; G le e C lu b 2; Soccer 3.

Thomas F. Smith 145 Kensington Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin I ; Class O ffic e r 1,2; Film Forum 3,4; 0 y m Team 1,2,2,4; F oo t足 ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 2.

Frank M . Sokolik 64 C o lle g e Street, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 3; Religion Medal^ 2; So足 d a lity t ; Science C lu b 2,4; Film For足 um 3,4; Football 2,3,4; G lee C lu b I ; Ski C lu b 3.

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John W . Span+on 310 65th S treet, W e s t N ew York, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3,4; S o d a lity I f D e b a t足 ing S o cie ty 2; S addle & Bridle 1,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 4 ; Skiing C lu b 3.

Philip J. Spooner 153 M in e ra l S p rin g A ve n u e Passaic, N .J. Class O ffic e r 1,2; D ram atics 3,4; Rally C o m m itte e 4 ; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 3; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2,4; Film Forum 4 ; Sw im m ing Team 2; G le e C lu b 4; Freshman Leadership I.

Eugene G . Speicher 1351/2 G ra c e Street, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; S o d a lity I; League Leaders I; Science C lu b 1,2,3; C o m 足 m unity A c tio n 1,2.

Joseph W . Sprouts 233 Prospect Place, R utherford, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Religion M edal I; S o d a lity 4 ; Freshman Leadership; Dram atics 3; Petrean 4 ; Cheerleaders 4; Film Forum 3,4; G ym Team 2,3,4; G le e C lu b 3; Ski C lu b 3.


Dennis J. Stinziano 3367 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey C ity , N .J.

Stephen O . Staubach

S o d a lity 1,2; A r t & Poster C lu b G le e C lu b 4.

375 L ib e rty A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; Class O ffic e r 2, President; S tu d e n t C o u n cil 2 ; League Leaders 3, 4 ; D ram atics 4 ; Petrean 4 ; L ib ra ry C lu b 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; G y m Team 2; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,4; G le e C lu b 3,4; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 4.

William J. Styles 76 Broadway, Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 3; Religion M edal 3; Class O ffic e r 4 ; Science C lu b 2,3; Film For足 um 4.

Joseph R. Stine 32 G iffo rd Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. Class O ffic e r 1,4; Film Forum 2,3,4; G ym Team 1,2,3,4; Swimm ing Team 4; Football 2,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2,3; Soccer 3.


Paul M . Szymialowicz 732 Louise C o u rt, Lyndhurst, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; S o d a lity I; C o m m u 足 n ity A c tio n 4.

Mark G . Sullivan A lg o n q u in T rail, S addle River, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r ! ; So足 d a lity 3; S y m Team 2,3,4; Freshman Leadership Program .

John G . Tangeman 35 East I Ith Street, Bayonne, N .J. Film Forum 4 ; Soccer 3.

George D. Sydlar 199 G riffith Street, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So足 c ie ty 3; S odality 3; Science C lu b 2,4; C om m unity A c tio n 4.


Stephen M . Thomsen 707 2 8 th S tre e t, U nion C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 3; D ra m a tics 3,4; Saddle & Bridle C lu b 3,4; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 3,4; Film Forum 3,4; G le e C lu b 2,3,4; Ski C lu b 3.

John S. Tochko 216 East Edsall Boulevard Palisades Park, N .J. H o h o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M edal 2, 3; N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 3; Class O ffic e r 3; S tu d e n t C o uncil 3; Petrean 3,4; Senior E d ito r 4 ; Rally C o m m itte e 4; Dance C o m m itte e 2,3,4; Steering C o m m itte e ; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4; Film Forum 3,4; Ski C lu b 3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,3,4: Prom C o m m itte e 4.

James J. Tomney 251 J e w e tt Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. Dram atics 1,2; Film Forum 3; Book足 store 2; A r t & Poster C lu b I; Track Team I ; Soccer 3,4.

Alan J. Torres 7 Paulmier Place, Jersey C ity , N.J. S odality

1,2; A r t & Poster C lu b

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William A . Trapmann 9 4 Fulton A ve n u e , Fairview , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2; Science C lu b 2; C o m 足 m u n ity A c tio n I; F oo tb a ll 2,3,4.

Paul L. Tyrrell 265 Ege A venue, Je rse y C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 2, 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 1,3; Film For足 um 2 ,3,4; A r t & Poster C lu b I ; Soccer 3,4.

John A . Trosky 459 W a y n e Street, Jersey C ity , N .J. Rally C o m m itte e 2,3; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2,3; Ski C lu b 3.

Roger F. Vergaretti 92 W e s t 36th Street, Bayonne, N .J. Class O ffic e r 1,2,3; S tudent C o u n cil 1,2; Intram ural C ouncil 3,4; Football 1,2; A r t & Poster C lu b 1,2.

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James R. Walukiewicz 815 H a -riso n G ardens, H a rriso n , N .J. Dance C o m m itte e 3,4; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum 3,4; F oo tb a ll I, 2 ,3,4; H ig h e r A c h ie v e m e n t 4; Soccer 3; Ifrfram urals 1,2,3.

Robert M . Vukas 294 W e b s te r A ve n u e Je rse y C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2; C o m m u n ity A c tio n 2. â&#x2013; â&#x2013; A

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Ronald A . Weglinski 10 W e ste rn Avenue, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pint 1,2,3; Excellence M edal I, 2; N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety 3; Science C lu b 3,4.

Raymond C . Walsh 805 3rd Street, Secaucus, N .J. Football I ; W e ig h t L iftin g 3,4.


Thomas L. Wickiewicz 105 Beach S tre e t, Je rse y C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; N a tio n a l H o n o r So­ c ie ty 3 | League Leaders 2,3; D e b a t­ ing S o cie ty I ; Petroc 3,4; Science C lu b 2 ,3,4; S addle & Bridle C lu b 2; In tra m u ra l C o u n cil 4 ; Film Forum 4 ; A r t & Poster C lu b §| C a m e ra C lu b 2,3,4.

mgr Joseph C . Weiss 24 C o lle g e Drive, Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 2 ; Religion M e d a l 2; Class O ffic e r I ; League Leaders I ; D ra­ m atics 3,4, S tage M a n a g e r 4 ; Science C lu b I; Radio C lu b 1,2 ,3,4; Film Forum 4.

John J. W inberry 34 N o ll Terrace, C lifto n , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r 1,2; S o d a lity 1,2,3,4; D e b a tin g S o cie ty I; O ra to ry 4 ; Dram atics 1,2; C o m m u ­ n ity A c tio n 4 ; Film Forum ; G le e C lu b 1,2,4; N a tio n a l H o n o r S ociety.

Paul G . W hite I 14 G re e n ville Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,3; Class O ffic e r 4; Petrean 4; Intram ural C ouncil 2,3,4; C o m ­ m unity A c tio n 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Soc­ cer 3,4.

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Dennis J. W onica 12 G ra y S tre e t, Jersey C ity , N .J . H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Class O ffic e r I, Pres足 id e n t; Inscape 2 ; Science C lu b 1,2,3; Dance C o m m itte e 2 ,3,4; Film Forum 3; T u to ria l Program 1,2.

Raymond F. Zaleski 273 Kennedy Boulevard Bayonne, N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2,3; Excellence M edal 2; Petroc 3,4; R adio C lu b 1,2,3; Film Forum 3,4; Tennis 2; C am era C lu b 3, 4.

Ronald J. Zingaro 12 Vroom Street, Jersey C ity N .J. H o n o r Pin 1,2; Class O ffic e r 4; Rally C o m m itte e 4; Science C lu b 2; Dance C o m m itte e 4; Intram ural Council 3,4; Film Forum 4; Football 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4.


IN M E M O R I A M J o s e p h B u t ti


ADVERTISEMENTS


PATRONS

270

M r. & Mrs. L. A b ate

C laire Anne Baker, R. D. H .

M r. & Mrs. M . Besante

Stephen A b ate

M r. & Mrs. Ernest Baker

M r. G eo rg e R. Blaney

A cm e Cleaners

Robert Baker

M r. & Mrs. A rthur F. Blood

Charles Adam o

M r. & Mrs. E. Balinski

M r. & Mrs. D. Bodtmann

Adam Sales

Charles Balzerette

Frank Bolha

M r. & Mrs. Michael Agresta

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Bannon

John Bogdanski '70

Michael Albers

M r. & Mrs. R. J. Baranski

Rita M . Booth

Aloi's Cleaners

W a lte r, Pearl & Bob Barkovitz

Boulevard Drinks

M r. Louis Alosco

G a ry J. Barlettano

Boulevard M a rt & Liquor

M r. & Mrs. John Anderson

Mrs. C . Barnes

Bot-Novotny

Theresa & Ann Andriola

Helen Barnes

M r. Bovasso-Cotrons Rlty.

M r. & Mrs. R. Andriola

Bamickel Hardware

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Bovasso

John Andryszewski

M r. & Mrs. Charles E. Barry

W illiam T. Boyd

Ann's G ift Shop

M r. & Mrs. A lb ert Bartolozzi

M r. & Mrs. Roger F. Boyle

M r. & Mrs. Frank Annunziato

W illiam Bate '5 1

M ary C . Boyle

Antinori Brothers

M r. & Mrs. Peter Begans

M r. & Mrs. Edward Bradley

Robert D. Argyelan

M r. & Mrs. Victor Bellacosa

Mrs. Marian E. Brady

Mrs. Harry Arnold

Robert Benedetti

M rs. Ma rie Brady

Audet Family

M r. & Mrs. R. Bennek

M r. & Mrs. Edward Bredehoft

M r. & Mrs. J. Paul Audet

Kevin Bennett '69

M arie Brennan

The Aviles Family

C . L. Bernhardt

M r. & Mrs. W . P. Brewer

M r. & Mrs. V. Baginski

M r. & Mrs. C . Bertholi

Robert J. Brockman


PATRONS

Robert Broderick

M r. & Mrs. Jim Capone

M r. Mrs. Chiola

Joseph F. Brower

M r. & Mrs. F. Caporrino

Mrs. Anne Chom ey

M r. & Mrs. J. Brudnicki

The Capozzi Family

Paul T. Chorney

James Brudnicki

Caputo's Liquor Corporation

Tim Chorney

Larry Brudnicki

Mrs. V. F. Cangemi

Laura Budz

Suzanne C arey

M r. & Mrs.Philip Bulzis

M r. & Mrs. R. Cascio

Ernest Buonocore Mrs. G eorge J. Burke

Mrs. James F. Casey

M r. & Mrs. Leo R. Church M r. & Mrs. Joseph C ioffi & Family Dominick M . Cione Debbra Cirelli

M r. & Mrs. G eorge Cassidy

Enrico Cirelli

Anthony Catanzaro

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Cleary

Peter & Catherine Catanzaro

Gino E. Clerici

M r. Mrs. Edmond Caulfield

M r. & Mrs. W a lter Cline

Patrick J. Caulfield

M r. Anthony Cocco

Frank J. Cawley

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Coffey

Busy Bee Liquors M r. & Mrs. Thomas Butler M r. & Mrs. Ugo Buzzio M r. & Mrs. John Byram Catherine L. Byrne M r. & Mrs. C arl Calantone M r. & Mrs. Jose Camilo

Mrs. Alice Cavari M r. & Mrs. James Celestino

Joseph J. Cohen Joseph E. Colford, Sr.

The Cellar Steak House Thomas W . Collinson

Bernard J. Campbell

A . Cerhone Food M arket Gerard M . Compeau

David I. Canavan

Robert M . Centeno

Thomas Canning

M r. & Mrs. T. Cervalli

Cannone's Barber Shop

G eorge Chalmers

Dominick Condo, Sr. M r. & Mrs. Edward Connell

M r. & Mrs. A . Cantisano

M r. & Mrs. Gabriel Chiccone

Mark Connolly

271


PATRONS

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Connolly

M r. & Mrs. J. Czeterko

M r. & Mrs. Ralph J. Divero

M r. & Mrs. Thomas P. Connolly

M r. & Mrs. Donald M . Czok

Herman Dobb's

W illiam H . Connolly

M r. & Mrs. I. D'Agostino

Robert Domaleski

Anna C onti

James P. Damico

W illiam Donan

M r. & Mrs. F. Corasio

Damico & Son

M r. & Mrs. Charles Domnik

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Corasio

M r. & Mrs. Anthony M . D 'A m o re

Mrs. M ary Donnelly

M r. & Mrs. Vincent Corcoran

M r. & M rs. Michael D'Andrea

Michael Donahue

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Corrigan

Dekenipes Floral Shop

M r. & Mrs. Charles J. Donovan

M r. Anthony Costantino

Mrs. Rose Della Fave

M r. & Mrs. W a lte r Donovan

M ary Cougalin

Louis E. Della-Torre

Angelo Cozzetta

Dell's Awnings

Sal Cozzetta

M r. & Mrs. James Doolan Francis W . Dorigatti

M r. & Mrs. Vincent DeM aio Do-Rite Cleaners

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Crappse

M r. & Mrs. Louis DePascale

Andrew Creazzo

Peter DePascale

Mrs. G . D. Cristo

Joseph DePillo

M r. & Mrs. Peter Crociani

Michael DeSimone, Sr.

Paul H . Crowley

M r. & Mrs. Samuel DeSocio

Ray Curran

Thomas R. Devaneyâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Class 1965

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Cutillo

Joe-and-Mickey Digeronimo

M r. & Mrs. James L. Duffy

M r. & Mrs. G . Cybulski

Dom D iG io rg io

M r. & Mrs. John Dudsak

Henry Cymbala

M r. & Mrs. E. P. Dillon

M r. & Mrs. John Dunay

Rev. Theodore Czermak

M r. & Mrs. Joseph DiTuro

Edward J. Egan

Dani Jean Cougherty Pat Downes

272

M r. & Mrs. M artin P. Downey Charles Doyle M r. & Mrs. Sigmund Duch


PATRONS

Empire Cleaning A gency

M r. Leo Filipkowski

M r. & Mrs. A . Gallombardo

M r. & Mrs. W m . J. Engel

Val Fiorillo

M r. & Mrs. C . F. Gallagher

M r. & Mrs. C . A . Enright

M r. & Mrs. N . Fiore

I. Garbis & Sons

Regina T. Fisher

Dr. & Mrs. L. J. Garibaldi

Michael Fitzpatrick

Michael E. Gaspar

M r. & Mrs. G eorge Fleck

G.

M r. John D. Foley

The Gener Family

M r. & Mrs. Alex Forsythe

Mrs. Rosina Geissler

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Forsyth

M r. & Mrs. Vincent Genthon

M r. Enright M r. & Mrs. Leo Fabrycki M r. & Mrs. Chester Fabyanski Facendola Family Fairview Cinem a Dr. & Mrs. J. Falcone Michael Fallon Michael J. Falsey '34 M r. Anthony Farina, Sr. Mrs. E. Farrell Mrs. M ildred Feduniewicz M r. & Mrs. John Fencik M r. & Mrs. D. Ferguson Louis Ferdinando M r. & Mrs. Patsy Ferro M r. & Mrs. G eorge Filak M r. & Mrs. Andrew Filak M r. John Filipkowski M r. Joseph Filipkowski

M r. & Mrs. Dom Forte F.

J. Fox

A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend Nicholas Leo Fusco, Sr. F.

J. G affney Realty C o.

John G aita Mrs. E. Gajewski Edmund Gajewski Frank Gajewski P. Gallo, Jr., Family

& D. Market

M r. & Mrs. B. Gerbino M r. & Mrs. P. Gerbino Mrs. Nicholas Giannotto M r. & Mrs. Leo Giannechini Mrs. Adeline Giantini M r. & Mrs. R. W . Giele Daniel Gieser M r. Raymond Gillespie Frank Giordano M r. & Mrs. Louis R. Giusto In Memory of Louis Giusto, Sr. M r. & Mrs. William Glanzman M r. & Mrs. Edward Gleason

273


PATRONS

274

M r. & Mrs. W a lte r Glushko

G & G Haulage, Inc.

M r. & Mrs. Stanley Hreniuk

Michael G ratale

M r. & Mrs. G eo rg e Hawriluk

M r. & Mrs. B. Hrynkiewicz

Hugh E. Greenan

H ealy Family

Insulating Fabricators, Inc.

M r. & Mrs. Joseph G regory

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Healy

Anthony Intromasso

M r. & Mrs. A lb ert Grillo

M r. & Mrs. F. H eer

James Ippolito

Mrs. Madeline Gross

Mrs. Peter Henderson

M r. W asyl Iwanyk

M . R. Grouls

M r. & Mrs. A . G . Herenda

Jablonski Family

M r. & Mrs. Joseph T. Grossi

M r. & Mrs. Thomas L. Hickey

M r. Joseph James

Thomas Gruge

H illtop Bar & Restaurant, Inc.

Janesk Family

Timothy Grzelak

Edward R. H inte

John J. Jordan '39

Stanislawa Gurdak

Oscar H iss

M ary G eraghty Judy

Ronald Gurtatowski

M r. W illiam Hladik

Jurcisin Family

Miss M argaret B. H aggerty

Hochstein-Dexter

M r. & Mrs. W illiam Kachur

Mrs. Michale J. Hallahan

Hoffman Family

M r. & Mrs. J. M . Kacprowicz

Dr. & Mrs. John F. Hamill

Mrs. Thomas Hohmann

M r. & Mrs. Sy Kahn

John Hanley

Mrs. Theresa Holland

Mrs. Pauline Kearney

Brian Hannon

Hollanders Bar, Inc.

Kearney's M arket

I. M . Hansen

Holander Liquors

The Keenan Family

Mrs. John T. Haran

J. M . Holowchak

M r. & Mrs. J. Kegelman

M r. & Mrs. Bernard Hardiman

Sybil Holy

Ketterer Family

William Thomas Haughey

M ayor W ilb ert Hotaling

M argaret Keller

M r. & Mrs. William F. Haughey

M r. & Mrs. Edward How lett

M r. & Mrs. Robert A . Kelly


PATRONS

The Kennedy Family

M r. & Mrs. Stanley Lanskey

Frank J.Longo

M r. & Mrs. Thomas W . Kennedy

M r. & Mrs. Fred LaPilusa

M oe Longo

M r. & Mrs. W m . Kerber

Msgr. Edward J. Larkin

Mrs. M ary LoPresto

M r. F. V . Larkin

M r. & Mrs. J. Louma

James Francis Lavin

M r. & Mrs. James Luce

M r. & Mrs. Frank Leccese

M r. & Mrs. Anthony Luppino

M r. & Mrs. N . A . Leoncavallo

J. Lusinski

Mrs. W an d a Lempa & Son Paul ('63)

M r. & Mrs. Arthur Lutz

M r. & Mrs. Robert J. Lenahan

Pola M . Lyons

J. J. Kiessling M r. Michael Kozar Kulnis Family Kenneth Kunzman M r. & Mrs. T. Kuzmialc Mrs. H . Labattaglia Dr. & Mrs. Anthony LaForgia

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Leonard

M r. & Mrs. B. Lysak M r. & Mrs. B. Lysak

M r. & Mrs. A lfred L aG ratta

Longo's M r. & Mrs. Robert Maclsaac

M r. & Mrs. Joseph J. LaGrano

M r. Lawrence J. Lewis M r. & Mrs. Henry Mack

The Laird Family Francis J. Lally Joseph M . Lauymo M r. & Mrs. F. Lamartine Lamparello Family Ralph Lamparello Binor B. Landry Mrs. Rose Canvy M r. & Mrs. Vincent Lania Stanley M . Lanskey

M r. John Lenahan M r. & Mrs. R. J. M adej Mrs. Thomas Lenahan, Sr. M r. & Mrs. James V. Mahar M r. & M rs. Lennon

M r. A . B. MacMahon

Joseph Licata

Ken Mahon

Michael Liguori

M r. & Mrs. William T. Malloy

Francis A . Lipsett

Mannequin

M r. & Mrs. Henry Lizza

M r. & Mrs. Anthony Manzi

Ella & Peter Lisa

Rose Marino

M r. & Mrs. Charles Loelius

Orvin T. Marion

Dr. A . R. Lombardi

M r. & Mrs. J. K. Marlowe


PATRONS

276

M r. & Mrs. M . A . Marszalowicz

M r. & Mrs. M . M cC arth y

Daniel F. Mitchell

M r. & Mrs. A . Martelli

M r. & Mrs. J. V. M cC arth y

W a lte r Mojhowski

Joseph Martin, Realtor

M r. & Mrs. J. McConville & Family

Mole's Cousin Carol

Martin's Luncheonette

W illiam McFarlane

M r. & Mrs. G . J. Molinelli

Marty's Luncheonette

Mrs. G . M c G in ty

M r. & Mrs. A . J. Mongiello

Marzocca Family

Robert M cG overn

Raymond Monico, Sr.

Dr. Ashur Massarsky, D.D.S.

M cG uire Famliy

M r. W illiam Mortenson, Jr.

M r. & Mrs. Massey

Mrs. J. O . M cG uire

M r. & Mrs. W illiam Mortenson

M r. & Mrs. C . Mastellone

McKittrick's Esso

M r. Eight Ball Billiard Lounge

John E. Kirkeby

McLaughlin Funeral Home

M r. & Mrs. T. Mruz, Jr.

Stanley Klimonicz

Richard F. McM ahon, Jr.

M r. & Mrs. F. J. Murdaco

Stanley, Carol, Peter Klotz

M r. & Mrs. R. J. Meads

Don Murphy

A lbert Knight

Mrs. Betty M eagher

M urray Appelbaum

Teodozyjia Koleba

Anthony Meldro

M r. & Mrs. F. J. Murphy

M r. & Mrs. M . D. Konvit

Daniel Meshnick

Harold J. Murphy

M r. & Mrs. J. Kosc

Dr. John Meyers, D.D.S.

M r. & Mrs. P. J. Murphy

M r. & Mrs. E. Kowal

Michael's Cycle & G o -C a rt C o.

M r. & Mrs. J. A . Murray

M r. & Mrs. S. Kozakewich

M r. & Mrs. J. Milano

Myers Family

M r. & Mrs. T. Materek

M r. & Mrs. E. Miller

M r. & Mrs. John Nagengast

Dr. & Mrs. D. A . Mauriello

Joseph Miller

M r. & Mrs. J. L. Neale

Jack Mazer

Isreal Mischel, Attorney

Richard Newton

C . Ben Mazzo

Mister Music

Robert Newton


PATRONS

M r. & L. Pagano

David M . Pinkham

Palisade Lumber & Supply, Inc.

Mrs. Angelina Pisano

M r. & Mrs. W illiam Noonan

Barbara Paprocki

Mrs. Florence Pisano

Charles K. N orton

C . F. Parentini's Pharm.

M r. & Mrs. Frank Pisano

The O'Brien Family

Paris Jewelers

M r. & Mrs. W illiam Plunges

M r. & Mrs. L. J. O'Brien

Sigmund Parzych

M r. & Mrs. C . Polakowski

M r. & Mrs. John Ockay

M r. & Mrs. John Pastier

Samuel Polino '70

M r. & Mrs. Andrew O 'C onnor, Jr.

Dr. & Mrs. Paternoster

Anthony Pollifrone

M r. & Mrs. A . O 'C onnor, Sr.

M r. & Mrs. Feliy Pazik

M r. & Mrs. Romeo Polo

Mrs. Rita P. O 'Connell

Pearsall Pharmacy

M r. & Mrs. G erald O 'C onnor

Joseph Pena

James O 'C onnor

M r. & Mrs. James Petri

Mrs. C . O'Donnell, Sr.

M r. & Mrs. J. Pfleger

Mrs. C lara Nies Arthur Nim bley

Helen O'Donnell M r. James O 'Hilloran Lea O 'N e a l M r. & Mrs. L. J. Olynick M r. & Mrs. W . O'Reilly John Osaben Mieczyslaw Ostapski Pacific W ine & Liquor Padlowski Family

M r. & Mrs. Richard Phalon Philco Service C enter The Philhower Family M r. Vincent Pickett Piero's School of Music Carl Pilla Stephen Pingree The Pini Family Rose Pini

Bob Polioski Louis Poltronetti M r. & Mrs. Joseph Pona Drew Portfolio Mrs. John Pron M r. & Mrs. Ted Prontnicki M r. & Mrs. H . Porske Psi Omega Tau M r. & Mrs. John Pulichino Charles L. Quaglieri Rand's Shoe Store Martin Randovich M r. & Mrs. Henry Rapp


PATRONS

278

Ray's One Hour Cleaners

M r . & M rs. A . Santora

Sally Shefsky

Keith Reardon

M r. & Mrs. Thomas A . Sasso

Shelley Foods

M r. Jerry Regan

M r. & Mrs. Michael Sawicz

Pat & Roberta Shields

Edward Reid, '55

Joseph J. Scalia

M r. & Mrs. Francis Short

W illiam Reid, '59

M r. & Mrs. G abriel Scarpa

M r. & Mrs. Frank Sidoti

Robinson's Service

Jeanne Scerbo

A n t. & Edith Signorelli

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Rogers

Miss Phyllis Scerbo

Dr. & Mrs. R. Simpson

The Rooney Family

M r. & Mrs. John Scezzo

Robert V. Simons, Jr.

M r. & Mrs. A dam Pomano

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Schaetzle

Mrs. Eugene Siwek

Dr. & Mrs. Peter Ross

The Scher Family

V. Rev. John Skvir

Rubinstein Family

Dorothy Schmidt

M r. H . R. Smith

M r. & Mrs. Vincent Rumain

Emil Schmidt

Loretta Solon

Vincent & John Rumain

Richard Schmidt

Soure Bag C o .

Anne Russell

W illiam Schmidt

Glenn Spies

Frank Russello

M r. Louis Sciarra

Pat Sprouls

M r. Patrick Ryan

M r. & Mrs. O . Scian

The Stanley Family

Rudolph & Ann Sabatino

Mrs. Eleanor Scott

State Cleaners

M iss Anna Sacco

M r. & Mrs. John Scott

M r. & Mrs. Statile

M iss M argaret Sacco

The Serra Family

Rev. George Staub

M ajor & Mrs. Sandaal

M r. & Mrs. W illiam Sewell

M r. & Mrs. A . Steinbacher

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Sandaal

M r. & Mrs. Seweryn

Mrs. Jean St. George

Donald Sandaal

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Sharkey

St. Peter's Prep Radio Club K200J


PATRONS

M r. & Mrs. J. Styles

Mrs. M ary Troy

M r. & Mrs. N . R. W alther

M r. & Mrs. H . Strohoefer

Paul Tyrrell

M r. & Mrs. N . R. W alther

Superior Food M arket

Two Dom's W o o d c ra ft

Whitehouse Dairy

M r. & Mrs. J. Sutton

M r. & Mrs. F. M . Tully

W hite's Liquor Store

M r. & Mrs. T. Sweeney

Andrew Tuzzio

Thomas T. Wicks

Mrs. G . Swiney

Eugene Vallerini

M r. & Mrs. M . W ilenta

Stephanie Szczepanik

Dr. & Mrs. J. J. Vanderbeck

The Willenborg Family

M r. & Mrs. J. Szewczyk

M r. & Mrs. J. E. Vandegaer

M r. & Mrs. K. Williams

M r. and Mrs. A . J. Szmerda

Sam Vangi

George Willms

Mrs. A . Szpakowski

M r. & Mrs. Vargas

M r. & Mrs. J. Szpakowcki

Vassil Family

Miss Sophie Szymanski

Vee & Sal

M r. & Mrs. C . W . Szymanski M r. & Mrs. F. Tallarida Joseph Taomino Stephen Thomsen John Tillman Henry M . Todaro M r. & Mrs. M . Totaro M r. & Mrs. J. Totaro, Jr. M r. P. Tremonte Newton Troum, D.D.S.

M r. & Mrs. A . Veloce & Children M r. & Mrs. S. Verdesco Nicholas Vernese Visconte Family Viggiano Family Frank Viggiani Village Esso Servicenter M arie Vincitore W a d le Bros., Inc. M r. & Mrs. J. T. W aldron

Dr. & Mrs. J. T. Wilson M r. & Mrs. T. Witomski M r. & Mrs. Wojeiechowski M r. & Mrs. F. W o lf M r. & Mrs. T. Wondolowski M r. & Mrs. H . Wuelfing M r. Charles Zak M r. & Mrs. Zakrzewski M r. & Mrs. R. Zaleski M r. & Mrs. S. Zaremba M r. & Mrs. S. Zayes Mrs. Vincent Zingara Andre Zouave


SPEC IA L PATRO N S

Connie & Ray A b a te

M r. & Mrs. B. Dlugolencki

M r. & Mrs. Aughinbaugh

Eastern Metals Corporation

The Beaudets

The Edge

Billiard Time

Mrs. C . Fitzpatrick

Stephanie Bintz

Five C's Trucking C o.

Birk Paint C o.

Jeanne, Melinda and Kim Flannery

M ary W . Bishow

Frank's Bar & Grill

M r. & Mrs. Stephen Bloom

Rev. W a lte r French

M r. & Mrs. Alex Booth

A Friend

M r. & Mrs. Frank Boyle

M r. & Mrs. John Fallock

Msgr. Joseph Brestel

Fieseler's

Rosemary Bridals

A Friend

M r. & Mrs. Thomas Callahan

A Friend

M r. & Mrs. D. Cavari

Gane's Chemical Works, Inc.

Colonna Brothers

M r. & Mrs. J. G aribaldi

M r. & Mrs. W illiam Conrad

M r. & Mrs. A . Gerbino

C onti Roofing C o.

M r. & Mrs. J. Poscienski

M r. & Mrs. Joseph Cooney

M r. & Mrs. W . Hammann

Czaykowski Family

H arbor Inn

M r. & Mrs. Peter C urti

The Jewel Box

M r. & Mrs. P. Daly

M r. & Mrs. James Joyce

M r. & Mrs. M . D'Arienzo

W illiam Junice

Frank DeSocio

M r. & Mrs. W . Jusinski

M r. & M rs. F. Ducca

M r. & Mrs. S. Klotz

M r. & Mrs. J. Dimatteo

M r. & Mrs. H . Knox

M r. & Mrs. M .


SPE C IA L PATRON S

Lacordaire School

M r. & Mrs. A . Plust

Lakeview Savings & Loan Ass n

M r. & Mrs. W . Regan

M r. & Mrs. E. Lanigan

Edward Reid

M r. & Mrs. H . Lipinski

M r. & Mrs. W . Salisbury

Dr. W illiam Litterer

Schultz D ept. Store

M r. & Mrs. F. Ludwiczak

David Scian

M r. & Mrs. E. Mackiewicz

J. Shapiro C o.

M r. & Mrs. K. M cC lave, Jr.

M r. & Mrs. E. Shields

E. W . M cC lave, Inc. M r. & Mrs. H . McFarland, Jr. Catherine Mahoney

H oratio S. Snarf Frederick Stevens M r. & Mrs. L. Stinziano

M r. & Mrs. L. Malavarca

James Sweeney

M arco Rubber Eng. C o .

M r. & Mrs. M . Syp

Ethel M artel Eleonor Mojhowski M r. & Mrs. P. Morale M r. & Mrs. J. Nesnay M r. & Mrs. J. Nickerson Rev. Charles Noble G . E. O 'Connor M r. & Mrs. I. O 'N eill Ornell Advertising Agency Outros Pharmacy M r. & Mrs. F. Pagel Paramount Food Stores Piergrossi Family

M r. & Mrs. P. Szymialowicz M r. & Mrs. V. Tacavino M r. & Mrs. W . Tatulli M r. & Mrs. J. Tomaszeski M r. & Mrs. J. Tomney Towne Cadillac, Inc. Trodyne Corp. M r. John Trosky U.S. Trucking Co. S. L. Tyrrell Family Charles Vasel Edward Wicks M r. & Mrs. T. Zi+o


SPONSORS A cedem y Delicatessen, Inc. 242 W a rre n S tre e t Jersey C ity , N .J. A cadem y o f the Sacred H ea rt

1761/2 Coles S tre e t Jersey C ity , N .J. Bayonne Exterminating C o.

M r. & Mrs. Ernest J. Buzzerio 7208 Tonnelle Avenue N o rth Bergen, N .J. M r. & Mrs. Kenneth V. Cantoli

7 13 W a sh in gton S tre e t

93 W e s t 35th S tre et

225 O tta w a A v e nue

Hoboken, N .J.

Bayonne, N .J.

Hasbrouck H eights, N .J.

M r. & Mrs. V. Acierno

M r. & Mrs. J. Biondo

Josephine Carola

73 Barrows Avenue

36 M agnolia Avenue

70 W ales A venue

R utherford, N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J.

Acm e H e a t Treating

M r. & Mrs. Frank P. Bizlewicz

M r. & Mrs. Anthony J. Carro

4626 H e d g e S tre et

1209 Pine Lake Drive W e s t

804 Livingston Road

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

W ayne, N .J.

Elizabeth, N .J.

All Bright Shoe Repair 14 Plaza S tyertow n C lifto n , N .J. M r. & Mrs. L. Argyelan 7 4 W arne r Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. & Mrs. W a lte r T. Avery 91 G rand Avenue R idgefield Park, N.J.

Bob's TV 7704 Kennedy Boulevard N o rth Bergen, N .J. M r. & Mrs. Joseph Boland

C herry Hill Bus C o., Inc. I 18 W e s t 3rd S tre e t C lifto n , N .J. G eorge A . Chipko

2 18 F ort Lee Road

3506 Kennedy Boulevard

Teaneck, N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J.

Dennis Boxeur, '68 40 G iffo rd A venue Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. B. A . Chrzanowski 233 M anhattan Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Arthur T. Bender I I I W e s t 3rd S tre et Bayonne, N .J.

M r. & Mrs. R. W . Bradshaw & Family 156 South S tre et

M r. & Mrs. B. Bagdzinski 20 H iram Place

Constance Brennan 34 H osting Road Kendall Park, N .J.

The Coghlan Appraisal Company 409 East Saddle River Road U pper Saddle River, N .J.

Barcelona's Lumber M art, Inc. 30 M idland Avenue W a llin gton , N .J.

Burn's & O'Connell, Inc.

M r. & Mrs. Joseph E. Colford, Jr. 262 Ege Avenue Jersey C ity , N.J.

Richard C . Barry

M r. & Mrs. Harry Buryk

Harrison, N .J.

140 Third S treet W o o d rid g e , N.J. M r. & M rs. Robert Barton 13 W a rne r Avenue Jersey C ity , N.J.

282

M r. & Mrs. G . Barnes

Jersey C ity , N .J.

G arden State Plaza Paramus, N.J.

56 Baldwin Terrace W ayne, N.J. M r. Raymond Byrnes 278 Linden Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Ralph Colasurdo 300 5th S tre e t Jersey C ity , N.J.

M r. & Mrs. Francis J. Coyle 19 W e llin g to n Road Livinston, N.J. M r. & Mrs. Czochanski 246 Suydam Avenue Jersey C ity , N.J.


SPONSORS The Dailey Family Jersey C ity , N .J.

Michael Fehr

M r. & M rs. Thomas J. Greenan

I 82 Thornest S tre e t

97 W e s t I I th S treet

Jersey C ity , N .J.

Bayonne, N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Angelo D 'A m ico 350th S tre e t Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. A lb ert Ferullo

The Grumbach Family

43 M o rre ll Place

609 Park Avenue

G a rfie ld , N .J.

H oboken, N .J.

M r. F. M . Delaney 140 O a k R idge C lifto n , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Robert J. Finigan 94 Van H ou te n Avenue C hatham , N .J.

Dr. S. V . D eM arco 2780 Boulevard Jersey C ity , N .J.

First National Bank o f North Bergen N o rth Bergen, N .J.

Hilltop Railing, Inc. 579 Fairview Avenue Fairview, N .J. M r. & Mrs. James Hollywood 381 C om m ercial Avenue C liffs id e Park, N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Michael F. Devaney I M arion C o u rt Bayonne, N .J.

The Fitzgibbons Family 729 Park Avenue H oboken, N .J.

Barney DiPietro 16 Pavonia C o u rt Bayonne, N .J. Disoteo Fuel Service, Inc. 17 D w ig h t Terrace C lifto n , N .J. John Dooley I 17 M ag no lia A venue Jersey C ity , N .J. Chester & A dele Dzikowski

Holsey Chevrolet 2395 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey C ity , N .J.

G . M . Fitzpatrick & Family 4 Brookview Drive W e s t Paterson, N .J.

HenryHoltzman ,lnc.â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Insurance 169 D anforth Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Anthony Foddai 2540 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. John T. Horan 2 18 Ege Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

A Friend Broadway and 23rd S tre et Bayonne, N .J. A Friend

Stephen T. Janiszewski 212 Pearsall Avenue Jersey C ity , N.J.

251 Kelly Parkway Bayonne, N .J. East Jersey Railroad and Terminal C o. East 22nd S tre et Bayonne, N .J. Efficiency Heights Appliance 555 Tonnelle Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. Francis Evans 40 G lenw ood Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

A Friend M r. & Mrs. James G arito 92 W e s t 26 S treet

Jersey C ity Welding & Machine Works, Inc. 390-398 G rand Street Jersey C ity , N.J.

Bayonne, N .J. W illiam V. Gerbone 637 Avenue A Bayonne, N .J. Mrs. M ary A . Giovenco 1017 G arden S treet Hoboken, N .J.

J & J Plumbing and Heating 143 Franklin Trpk. W aldw ick, N.J. Johnny's Cleaner s 35 Baldwin Avenue New Jersey

283


SPONSORS M r. & Mrs. Adam Kay

M r. & M rs. Frank M urray

123 I Park A venue

323 N ew York Avenue

Jersey C ity , N .J.

H oboken, N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. A rthur F. Kelly 195 Bowers S tre e t Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. & Mrs. Kent 344 Eight S tre et Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. & Mrs. J. Kiczek

M r. & Mrs. Lobo & Sons 154 Bowers S tre e t Jersey C ity , N .J. Dr. & Mrs. S. LoVerme 333 R idgew ood A venue G len Ridge, N .J. M rs.G race Mahan

Dr. Louis Napolitano 184 H illc re s t Avenue W o o d Ridge, N .J. Anthony Natelli 166 O ld Bergen Road Jersey C ity , N .J. N H B Zeppelin Service

96 W e s t 46th S tre et

557 Pavonia A venue

174 Fulton Avenue

Bayonne, N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. Helen B. Kiely H orizon Towers N o rth F ort Lee, N .J. M r. & Mrs. Kinahan & Family 30 W e s t 3 I st S tre et

M r. & Mrs. Michael M ecca 30 A nnabelle Avenue C lifto n , N .J. M etro Form al-W ear

Prof. & Mrs. Richard Nickerson 237 Turrell A venue South O range, N .J. R. J. O 'Connor

2 19 O ld Bergen Road Jersey C ity , N .J.

49 N eptune Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Anthony Kovatch 22 C onver C o u rt C lifto n , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. James M cC o y

M r. & Mrs. HenryOrzynski 32 W e s t 2 I st S tre e t Bayonne, N .J.

Kowalchuk Funeral Home 129 G ran d S tre et Jersey C ity , N .J.

Dr.& Mrs. J. M cGovern

M r. & Mrs. W m . E. Kruse

M r. & Mrs. Richard Michalowski 245 Sum m it Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. G eorge Piccoli

Michalski Funeral Home, Inc. 463 M onm outh S tre et Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Stanley Plaza

M r. & Mrs. Louis Missaggia 30 M iller Plaza C lifto n , N .J.

Mrs. Anne Polonica 900 Avenue C Bayonne, N.J.

M r. & Mrs. J. Moucha 307 Fairview Avenue Fairview, N.J.

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Pontone 929 Queen Anne Road Teaneck, N.J.

Bayonne, N .J.

320^2 W e b s te r Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. & Mrs. A . D. La Viola 1080 Inwood Terrace F ort Lee, N .J. M r. & Mrs. A . Leier 17 O xfo rd Street Newark, N.J. Lenc Electric Service 19 N orw ood Avenue C lifto n , N.J.

284

M r. & Mrs. Charles Lisa

305 C hapel A venue

C am pb e ll S tre e t South A m b o y , N .J.

3284 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey C ity , N .J.

Vincent Panariello I 15 W e s t 8th S tre et Bayonne, N .J.

2282 W o o d la n d Terrace Scotch Plains, N .J.

2 2 ^ C o tta g e S tre et Jersey C ity , N .J.


SPONSORS Alan Torres

M r. & Mrs. Patsy Prezioso

M r. & Mrs. W . Sherdin

187 W e s t 4 th S tre e t

1217 80th S tre e t

7 Paulmier Place

Bayonne, N .J.

N o rth Bergen, N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J.

Provident Institution

M r. & Mrs. Ross J. Simpson

Jersey C ity

8 19 A venue C

N ew Jersey

Bayonne, N .J.

M r. & Mrs. Anthony Raska

Barnett D. Singer

Mrs. A . Trescott 179 C a rte re t Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. Vallerini Family

8 W ilo w S tre e t

594 Broadway

288 Avenue B

Teaneck, N .J.

Bayonne, N .J.

Bayonne, N .J.

M r. & Mrs. W ilb u r Reck 7507-4th S tre e t N o rth Bergen, N .J. Peter D. Reilly 67 W e s t 3 I st S tre e t Bayonne, N .J. Mrs. A d a Ribaudo 5251 61st S tre e t

M r. & Mrs. Sienkewicz 1202 G a rd e n S tre e t H oboken, N .J. M r. & Mrs. R. Smith 548 Palisade Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. Thomas Smith 145 Kensington Avenue

W e s t N ew York, N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J.

M r. & Mrs. C . T. Romano

Richard Smutek 159 Bergan Avenue

'7 0 8 Palisade A venue Union C ity , N .J. M r. & Mrs. W . G . Ruggieri 18 Stegm an Place Jersey C ity , N .J. Mrs. Edward Ryan 167 Lem bemk A venue Jersey C ity , N .J. Dr. & Mrs. Chester Rydwin 137 G ran d S tre et Jersey C ity , N .J. W illiam Schlemn, Inc. 539 Bergen Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. Schlesinger's 58th Sreet & Berginline Avenue W e s t New York, N .J. Donald Shalhoub 3 16 Avenue B Bayonne, N .J.

Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. & Mrs. Eugene Speicher 135^2 G ra c e S tre et Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. Thomas Spooner 153 M ineral Spring Avenue Passaic, N .J. Frank E. Suplee 15 1 Jefferson Avenue Elizabeth, N .J. Joseph H . Kenny, Surrogate A d m in is tra tio n Building Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. & Mrs. G eorge Sydlar 199 G riffith S treet Jersey C ity , N .J. M r. & Mrs. Gorden Tangeman 35 East I I Street Bayonne, N .J.

Vais Montclair Drug Co., Inc. 597 Valey Road U pper M on tclair, N .J. Teresa Vincitore 165 Jackson Avenue Jersey C ity , N.J. Voo Doo Xterminator 171 M on ticello Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. Weglinski Family 10 W estern Avenue Jersey C ity , N.J. M r. & Mrs. H . Wische 2 15 M y rtle Avenue Jersey C ity , N .J. E. J. W ohrle, Inc. 15 Bergen Boulevard Fairview, N .J. Mrs. Patricia Wonica 12 G ra y Street Jersey C ity , N.J. M r. & Mrs. T. Salzmann 436 Sussex Street Harrison, N.J. M r. & Mrs. Frank Sokolik 64 C ollege Street Jersey C ity , N.J. M r. & Mrs. Zisa 390 Prospect Avenue Hackensack, N.J.

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MRS. JULIUS M . F O R H E C Z

508 Anderson A venue

55 Nevins S tre e t

C liffs id e Park, N .J.

R uthe rfo rd, N ew Jersey

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DR. G E O R G E J. C O S T A 58 C lin to n Avenue Kearny, New Jersey

H O L T H A U S E N 'S Bergenline & 36th S tre et Union C ity , New Jersey

DR. &. MRS. D O L A N & FA M ILY 2 12 Harrison Avenue Jersey C ity , New Jersey

H U D S O N C IT Y S A V IN G S BANK 7533 Bergenline Avenue N o rth Bergen, New Jersey

EMPIRE A L U M IN U M C O R P. 185 Dey S tre et Jersey C ity , New Jersey

IN M E M O R Y O F G R A N D P A

FISKE BROS. R EFIN IN G C O . 129 Lockwood S tre et Newark, New Jersey

IR O N W O R K E R S O N THE H U D S O N PO W ER H O U SE Jersey C ity

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BENEFACTORS D A V ID K A H N , IN C . 2 169 K ennedy Boulevard N o rth Bergan, N ew Jersey

M R . & MRS. T H O M A S G . LISA 445 O g d e n A venue Jersey C ity , N .J.

DR. & MRS. VIN S EN T J. LOBBATO 39 G lennw ood A venue Jersey C ity , N .J.

G A L V IN , F R E N C H , & M c L A U G H L IN 9 2 1 Bergan Avenue Jersey C ity , N ew Jersey

M E R C H A N T S W A R E H O U S IN G C O R P . 101 Broad Avenue Fairview, N ew Jersey

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O N Y X C H E M IC A L C O M P A N Y 190 W a rre n S tre et Jersey C ity , N .J.

M R. &. MRS. JOSEPH PA LU SC IO 367 8th S treet Jersey C ity , N ew Jersey

R O K A N C O N T A IN E R C O R P O R A T IO N East 46 S tre et Bayonne, N ew Jersey

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FITZ von T A E L W A G E N 106 Sherman Place Jersey C ity , New Jersey

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.......................................................................

L ib ra ry C lu b .................................................................. Mass o f th e H o ly S p i r i t ...............................................

48 67 109 46

Bowling Team ................................................................ 162

M o th e rs â&#x20AC;&#x2122; C lu b

.............................................................

129

C am era C lu b ...............................................................

I 13

N a tio n a l M e r it .............................................................

107

Chess C lu b ....................................................................

108

Petrean

C o m m u n ity A c tio n ......................................................

120

Petroc

C ro s s -C o u n try Track .................................................

148

Ra'ly C o m m itte e ...........................................................

Dance C o m m itte e

10 1

Science C l u b ..................................................................

I 10

99

S enior H is to ry .............................................................

190

...........................................

Dances .................................................... D e b a tin g and O r a t o r y ............................................... D e d ica tio n

.............................................................................. 104 84

S enior Incidentals ........................................................ 266

14

Senior R e tre a t .............................................................

16

Seniors .............................................................................

186

Fall P la y ...........................................................................

88

Ski T rip ........................................................ ..................

13 I

Film Forum ....................................................................

134

S occcr .............................................................................

158

F oo tb a ll ....................................................

140

S o d a lity ...........................................................................

127

F aculty

.............................................................

136

............................................................................ 124

..............................................................

Freshmen .........................................................................

51

Sophom ores

Freshman O rie n ta tio n .................................................

50

S ports

......

58

..............................................................................

G erm an C lu b ..................

112

S p rin g Play

G irl C h e e rle a d e rs ........................................................

175

S p irit ................................................................................

G le o C lu b

...............................................................

.............................................................

S tu d e n t C o u n cil

......................................................

...............

154

Sw im m ing

G rid iro n H o p ...............................................................

103

Tennis

G ym Team ......................................................

176

Track, In d o o r and O u td o o r .....................................

G o lf

................................

98

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E D IT O R -IN -C H IE F

BUSINESS M A N A G E R

R o b e rt Musella

R o b e rt Finigan

M A N A G IN G

EDITOR

Steven M ille r

188

M ODERATOR Rev. John F. Yates, S.J.

138 I 16 2 80 150 155 180



1968 Petrean