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THE CLASS OF 1984 PROUDLY PRESENTS


144 GRAND: LA N D OF OPPORTUNITY T he S ta tu e of L iberty is an international symbol of o p p o rtu ­ nity. It is truly fitting th a t this im pressive land m ark is so closely situated to the P rep com m unity. As the S ta tu e serves as a sign of hope to im m igrants of this country, so too does St. P e te r’s offer inspiration to its students. A t Prep, there is a com bination of circum stances which m akes for a fine education and a prom ising future. F aculty presence, an abu n d an ce o f activities, and pride in the school are three such factors. T hese conditions gel to form the perfect atm osphere for learning. In this environm ent, P rep men are supplied with all the tools needed to becom e the best indivi­ duals they possibly can. P re p ’s fine acad em ic program is the prim ary aspect of the school w hich m akes it such a rem ark ab le asset. U pon g rad u ­ ation, students are tru ly p repared to m eet fu tu re challenges. T h e S ta tu e o f L iberty is sym bolic o f th e opportunities A m er­ ica holds. F or th e g ra d u a te who has taken ad v an tag e o f Prep, th e school rem ains a sym bol o f special o pportunity in his life.

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Clockwise from far left: Hey, don’t write in that State Text Book!; Dan and Lou examine the facts of life.; “ Right here, dude!” ; Can you smell the wood burning?; Silence is golden.; “ Hear no evil!” ; The excitement of another school year is written all over his face.; “ H an­ douts, handouts, gimme a break” .; “ Wow, I never had this many books in grammar school!” ; M att Jablonski cramming in the caf.

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Preparing students for college and life after high school is one of the principle objectives of a Prep education. After experiencing this education, Prep men are truly ready to ven足 ture out and meet the challenges of their future. Although these students are prepared, they need a means of entering into this phase of their lives. Father Raymond Balduf, S.J., the Director of College Placement and Chairman of the Guidance Department, is this means. Many underclassmen may not be acquainted with Father Balduf and his work. However, as their years progress and they approach the end of senior year, they will surely get to know him and see how much he actually does for our school. He displays tremendous care for his students in many areas. Of足 fering general guidance and direction, meeting with parents to discuss colleges and financial aid, and conducting personal student interviews are three obvious examples of his great concern. His job, which is tedious on occasion, consumes a majority of his time. Nevertheless, Father Balduf accepts it with delight and genuine enthusiasm. There is not a graduate of Prep who has not, in some way, been affected and aided by his presence. His list of accomplishments can simply be seen by the quality of schools which Prep alumni have attended. In gratitude and appreciation, we, the editors of the 1984 Petrean, dedicate this yearbook to Father Raymond Balduf, S .J .


EDUCATORS A N D FRIENDS

Clockwise from above: Father Lundy hanging out with the boys; Coach Bellotti sharing lunch with Dave Lobello; “ I just washed my hair and I can’t do a thing with it.” ; “Shut up wimp!” ; Brother Garvey and Father Mullin lost in a sea of underclassmen; Campi and Co.; Will the real Mr. Taeschler please step forward?: “You gotta pay the price!”; “ Please Mr. B., I already have indefinite jug.”; Billy Herenda puckers up for Ms. Garcia.

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In th e analysis o f th e to ta l “ P re p ex p erien ce” , the facu lty proves to be th e focal p o in t aro u n d w hich th e en tire school revolves. T h e te ach ers, counselors, and a d m in istra to rs are th e m ost v alu ab le assets o f th e school. In ad d itio n to e d u c atin g P re p m en in th e ac a d e m ic areas, th ey m old th em into m a tu re, C h ris­ tia n a d u lts w hile aid in g each stu d e n t in th e ir grow ing process. T h e relatio n sh ip betw een te a c h e r an d stu d e n t a t St. P e te r s is very unique. T h e fac u lty m em b ers are not only in stru c to rs, th ey a re also frien d s an d helpful as­ so ciates. T his ty p e o f rela tio n sh ip is ex trem ely p ro fit­ ab le to b o th sides. It increases u n d ersta n d in g betw een te a c h e r an d stu d e n t, an d estab lish es a firm bond of tru s t a n d loyalty betw een them . A s is visible a t P rep , le arn in g is a m u ch m o re en jo y ab le ex p erien ce u n d er th e se co n d itio n s.


SPIRIT UNLIMITED T he atm osphere a t P rep is one of intense en足 thusiasm . W hether in the classroom s or after school, students and faculty m em bers alike dis足 play trem endous in terest in th eir work. Endless hours are devoted to w ork on projects w hich will im prove and enhance the P rep com m unity. T he result o f this dedication is pride in both individ足 ual accom plishm ents and the P rep spirit. A feeling o f exuberance perm eates th e halls o f our school. A p preciation o f P rep has resulted in p erpetual dedication to its functions. R allies, open houses, and the W alkathon are exam ples o f this g rea t enthusiasm . T he entire school is g reatly energized by this feeling. T h ere is surely no lack of pride at Prep!


Clockwise from far left: “Would we do something like that?” ; Playing some tunes on Emmaus; Prep gridmen off the field; Shopping with Mr. DeStephano; Juniors doing their homework; Dwyer and DeCresce mugging for the camera; “Say what?” ; Soccer team getting the crowd pumped; Be careful crossing the street, fellas!


THE C O N STAN T VARIETY OF SPOR TS Whether on the diamond, the ice, or the mat, St. Peter’s has one of the more diversified sports programs in the state. This variety provides students of all personalities the opportunity to com­ pete in sports. The agile hockey players, the graceful track stars, and the aggres­ sive wrestlers are some of the many ath­ letes who contribute to our glory. The dedicated coaches, trainers, and fans all work to make St. Peter’s belter than the rest of the competition. The transition from prominence to dominance is under way at Prep.

Clockwise from above: Rene Hodan pushes the ball upfield; Prep cheerleaders doing their thing; “The Big O”; Mike Boyle unloading; Mark Chiappara on the horizon­ tal bar; soccer team On the move; Jason Richardson setting the pace; Paul Drennan running one back; Chris Monico goes for the takedown.


AD M INISTRATIO N

REV. JOSEPH P. PARKES, S.J. President Religious Ed IV

REV. PETER J. ROSLOVICH, S.J. Academic Assistant Principal

REV. JO H N E. BROW NING, S.J. Principal

REV. STEPH EN J. M EANY, S.J. Treasurer

MR. M ICH A EL A. BERKOW ITZ Assistant Principal

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REV. ED W A RD J. C O U G H L IN , S.J. A ssistant Principal for Faculty and Curriculum Development, Latin II, M oderator of the Student Council, M oderator of Senior Prom

BRO. JO SE P H C. W USS, S.J. Assistant to the Prefect of Discipline

REV. C H A R L E S F.X. D O LA N , S.J. Vice President for Development M RS. M ARY RIO R D A N Assistant Treasurer

MR. G ER R Y BELLOTTI Director of Development, Varsity Football Coach

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ENGLISH DEPT.

DR. RICHARD L. KENNEDY Chairperson of the English Dept.; English III: IV

REV. LAW RENCE B. HILL, S.J. English III

MR. JO H N P. CA M PIO N English III; IV Liturgical Music

MR. JO H N J. CASEY English II; IV Director of Dramatics


REV. JA M ES A. T H O M PS O N S.J. English I; IV

MR. M ICH A EL F. T U N N E Y , S.J. English I; II M oderator of Yearbook

M R. JA M E S C. H O R A N English II; Journalism Communications; M oderator of Petroc; Office of Public Information REV. EN R IC O RA U LLI, S.J. English I; II

M R. W A LTER B. KOSZYK English I German I; II

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M ATH D EPARTM ENT

MISS BEATRICE WYSOCKI Chairperson of Math Department, PreCalculus, Calculus, Director of Scheduling, Bookstore

MR. CHARLES J. ROONEY Math I

MISS ELBA ROQUE Math I, III

MR. K EN N ETH M. DANDORPH Math II, III, IV, TV Studio/Audio Visual Department


MISS A D R IA N N E W O ZN IA K Accounting; Business Law; Director of Scheduling; Bookstore.

MR. ROBERT P. HOW A RD M ath II.

MR. RO BERT A. M C G U IN N E S S M ath II, III.

REV. W IL L IA M T. L U N D Y , S.J. M ath I; M oderator of the Railroad Club, M oderator of Swim Team.


HISTOR Y DEPT.

MR. JO H N R. LLOYD Chairperson of History Department, U.S. History II, Political Science MR. FRANK T. LA M A RTIN E World Civilization, U.S. History I, Intramurals, Moderator of Spanish Club

MR. CARL S. DELORENZO World Civilizations, Modern European History REV. HARRY R. U N TE R EIN ER , S.J. Religious Ed IV, World Civilization, U.S.

MR. M ICHAEL S. GRAY U.S. History I, II

MR. THOM AS R. BIONDO U.S. History I, Director of HAP, Moderator of Dance Committee, Intramurals


CLASSICS

M R. JO SE P H J. G A LIA STR O Latin I, II

REV. JA M E S S. FOLEY , S.J. Latin I

REV. ED W A RD H D O LA N , S.J. Latin 1, G reek I, D irector of College Board Testing

REV. FR A N C IS J. H A M ILL, S.J. Latin II, M oderator of M other’s Club, Campus Shop

REV. H A RO LD J. O PPID O , S.J. Chairperson of Classics Department, Latin I,III Greek II

'‘Casey’s Fourth Reich” 23


RELIGION DEPT.

MR. JO H N P. O’NEILL Chairperson of the Religion Dept.. Religious Ed. I, II, IV

REV. DR. ERCEL F. WEBB Religious Ed. IV, Personal Development I, II, World Civilization

REV. JO H N A. M U LLIN , S.J. Chaplain, Religious Ed. Ill, IV

MR. MICHAEL Q U ILLIN Religious Ed. Ill, IV, English II, Coach of JV Baseball


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MR. M A RTIN DOYLE, S.J. Religious Ed II, III; Community Service Program

MRS. MARY MOLL Religious Ed I, II

MR. H A R R Y R. D A M M ER Religious Ed II, III; Community Service Program

“ I told you the G iants would cover!”


SCIENCE DEPT.

REV. THOM AS V. O ’CO N N OR, S.J. Chairperson of Science Department, Chemistry

REV. JO H N J. BAUER, S.J. Biology

MISS BARBARA A NN KOZLOWSKI Science I, Moderator of Computer Club

MR. DONALD E. M ERRICK Physics


MR. JO H N P. TA ESCH LER Science I, Biology, Chemistry

M ISS M A U R E E N E. DECRESCE Biology, M oderator of Forensics

MR. R IC H A R D N. R A N A L L I Science I, Coach of W restling

‘Put your hand there; I’ll smack your face whimps!” 2.7


LANG U AG ES

MRS. DONNA DERISE Chairperson of Modern Language Department, Spanish I, II, III

MR. LEONARD FORDELLONE French III, Italian I, II: Spanish III, Moderator of Italian Club

MISS ANA GARCIA Spanish I, II MR. LOUIS M. VAVRINA French I, II: Spanish I

MR. MARK T. DE STEPH A N O , S.J. Spanish II, World Civilization, Cross Country Coach

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G U ID ANCE D E P A R TM E N T

REV. R A Y M O N D J. BA LD U F, S.J. Chairperson of G uidance Department, Director of College Placem ent and Scholarships, D irector of Standardized Testing

REV. F R A N C IS J. M C N A M A R A , S.J Student Counselor

REV. E R W IN G. BECK, S.J. Student Counselor, German III

M R. M IC H A E L J. K E N N Y Student Counselor

REV. EDW ARD J. SN Y D E R , S.J. Student Counselor, Religious Ed IV

BRO. TH O M A S J. GARVEY. S.J. Student Counselor, Religious Ed IV, M oderator of Junior Prom 29


LIBRAR Y STAFF

MRS. JOAN B. WARD Assistant Librarian SISTER GABRIEL DOLORES, S.C Assistant Librarian; Math Tutor

M USIC A N D A R T

MRS. C A T H E R IN E DWYER Music; Fine Arts; Band Director 30

REV. D ENN IS M. LEDER, S.J. Art Studio


PH YSIC AL ED.

RO B ER T F. M U L V IH IL L Physical Education M IL T O N J. BER K O W IT Z Physical Education

D R IV E R ’S ED.

M R. JO S E P H T A M B U R E L L I Driver Education

MR. TH OM AS R. M AUS, S.J. Athletic Director; Coach of Hockey Team

“ Would you adopt this child?” 31


SECRETARIES

From Left: Mrs. Eileen Doolan, College Placement Office; Mrs. Dolores Russell, Secretary to the Principal; Mrs. Helen Argyelan, Secretary to the Principal. f

“They work hard for the money.”

From Left: Ms. Geraldine Reneau, Treasurer’s Office Secretary; Mrs. Rita Pawlilcowski, Office of Public Information; Mrs. Kristine Riordan, Development Office.

Right: Mrs. Joan Fitzgibbons, President’s Office Secretary.

Left: Ethel Wynn, Recep­ tionist, Switchboard.


IS TAFF

Clockwise from below: Angela DePalma, Cafe. Staff; Bro. Ralph Cilia, S.J., Director of M ainten足 ance; Paul Staino, Maintenance staff; Lou Scrapa, Director of Maintenance; Margaret Wright, Maintenance staff; Bro. Paul Harrison, S.J. Direc足 tor of Maintenance.


Above: First Row: C. Tabora, G. Wernock, G. Scott, C. Raeford. Second Row: A. Ruia, J. Piersa, M. O’Shau’ghnessy, M. Usarzewicz, Mr. DeStephano.

Above: First Row: J. Cox, R. Donohue, J. Cen­ teno, J . . Acosta, Second Row: A. Bruton, P. Benzaleski, M. Cocca, G. DelPiano, V. Capozzoli.

Below: First Row: P. McGuire, E. Nakar, H. Gaibor, W. Gonsiewski, R. Myers. Second Row: R. Fardin, W Macawili, A. Jackson, T. Kosiba, G. Henn.

F R E SH M A N IA “Aw, quit clowning around, and dance with me!” Above left: “Who, me cheat?” 6


F RESH M EN IB

Left: First Row: B. Cara, C. Bible, P. Bryngil, W. Sa-onoy, C. Gannon, K. Delvecchio, P. Goodall. Second Row: M. Galati, J. Cronin, A. Chaney, M. Downey, C. Jones, M. Henn, R. Ferguson.

Above: First Row: K. M ajmudar, B. Kushnir, T. Valente, T. Williams. Second Row: C. Korrell, D. Pietruska, J. Rusman, R. Tanteo. Third Row: S. Ostendorf, V. Merluza, L. Shipmen, K. Raslowsky, Fr. Dolan. Absent: J. Nata.

Above: Bob and Doug “ take off!”

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Above: Left to right: R. Rutkowski, S. Carney, K. Granelli, A. Bullock, G. lies, M. Duque, W. Gargiles.

Above: “Disco Kak” does the one step!

FRESHM EN 1C Below: Left to Right: J. Thorning, F. Ali, C. Denunzio, D. Cutola, R. Hernandez, H. Neals, C. Metcalfe, R. Bigelow, F. Pantaleo.

First Row: G. Kushnir, J. Valvis, E. Polack, M. Juenge. Second Row: C. Reardon, J. Christensen. Third Row: R. Mangone, D. Williamson, J. Simao, C. Fernandez.


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Right: Left to Right: D. Ciok, W. Militello, D. DePinto, A. Darragh, R. Nisbet, T. Blunda, T. Finn, M. Reilly.

Left: Left to Right: Mr. Koszyk, C. Sininski, R. Casais, P. Lagermasini, S. Parikh, R. Grieshaber, P. VanOrden, T. Lim, D. Manion.

Right: Left to Right: S. Allen, B. Salm ­ on, R. G arry, B. Hoffman, T. Tietchin, M. Willis, J. Egar.

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FRESHMEN IE

Above: First Row: D. Hoppe, O. Anderson, L. Vassallo, J. Joy. Second Row: P. Bocco, R. Gruhn, B. Gatewood, B. Clancy.

i he effects of a hard days work!�

Above: First Row: E. Casas, T. Abdur Rashed, R. Davis, P. Salomon. Second Row: P. Buzzelli, W. Monisera, D. Wilson, G. Ponik.

Above: First Row: G. Marafioti, D. Fitzhenry, J. Latko, G. Nolan, J. Sitty, N. DePinto. Second Row: I. Park, S. Kearns, R. Elio, A. Reposa.

The O.L.M. alumni table.


Above: First Row: C. Spinner, A. Khawaja, M. Gifford, R. Nolonitz, V. Patel, B. Evidente. Second Row: M. Borino', D. Sammartino, R. Elio, J. Marini, W. Deakyne, P. Vaughan. Absent: J. Moore.

F R E SH M E N IF

Above: First Row: R. Caam ano, V. Florento, M. Lawless, T. O ’Connor. Second Row: R. Richmond, Fr. Lundy, J. Clark. Below: “ Hey Bud, let’s party.”

Above: First Row: S. Howard. Second Row: M. Castella, B. DeSai, F. Guanci, J. Poueymirou, J. Ansteth. Below: “ I swear I didn’t touch her!”


FRESHMEN 1G

Above: First Row: T. Tuohy, N. Wooten, J. Preckajlo. Second Row: S. Vlacich, Fr. Oppido, L. Sander. Third Row: M. Stypa, J. Stanczak, P. Pawlowski. Below: “This Coke’s for YOU!” Far Below: “The stairway — a nice place to visit, a great place to live.” Above: First Row: J. Coogan, R. Empestan. Second Row: V. Brancatella, E. Casulli, R. Applegate. Third Row: E. DjiAngelo, P. DeCicco, C. Camporeale. Below: First Row: C. Kim, E. Narkowski, J. Hughes. Second Row: S. Flusk, J. Gutierrez, P. Opalach. Third Row: J. Giglio, G. Moraitis.


F R E SH M E N 1H

Above: First Row: K. Knorowski, W. M attey, A. Liwag. Second Row: M. Defensor, A. Hyjek. Third Row: O. Morrissette, F. H anna, J. Dilley, M. Gilvey. Below: First Row: C. Ordonez, D. Stanziano, N. Santos. Second Row: A. Rodriguez, J. Turner, W. Price. Third Row: E. W ebster, R. Lavarro, T. Zimmerman.

Above: Left to Right: M. Bai, J. Fortunato, N. Bratton, W. Evans, T. Cavallucci, Mr. Rooney, W. Cooney. Below: Nuno indulges in some serious competition!


Left: First Row: J. Zupko, D. Schroeder, J. Tuzzo. Second Row: J. Weisner, B. Stefans, W. Rodri足 guez.

Right: First Row: E. Domingo, T. Kollmer, W. Illy. Second Row: R. Fairfield, J. Gomez, J. Hanussak.

FRESH M EN I I

Right: First row: R. Celentana, M. Barbire, P. Corcoran, J. Brennan. Second Row: M. DeGirolamo, E. Foskey.

Left: First Row: R. McDermott, R. Orel足 lana, O. Lleonart, Ms. Roque. Second Row: G. Mulcahy, J. Princiotta, P. Pereia.


Above: First Row: G. Romano, W. Celantano, E. Furrer, A. Kopycinski. Second Row: C. Sciarra, G. Murphy, R. Umali, C. Lowicki, A. Stubaus.

Above: “ In your face!” Below: Fr. Thompson, T. McDonough, M. Pieczurko, T. Basil.

F R E SH M E N 1J

Above: First Row: J. Fajardo, P. Capizzi, S. Brown, L. Jablow, A. Ortega, M. Donnelly, D. Pronti. Second Row: D. Welsh, A. Delacruz, S. Gomez, P. H arnett, M. Gallagher, D. Corwin.

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SOPHOMORES 2A

Left: First Row: A. Forte, D. Hanks, W. Cinurchin, A. Acosta. Second Row: W. Cuevas, J. Camaya, C. Falco, A. Florento, O. Brady.

Right: First Row: A. Rastogi, R. Nieves, S. Kramer, J. Good, S. M at足 thews. Second Row: E. Lubas, R. Jablonski, S. Romero.

Left: First Row: P. Zeller, J. Winar, C. Kotsopulos, T. Tacik. Second Row: S. Rapacki, A. Per足 eira, J. Urban, J. Scanlon, Mr. Tom Biondo.


SOPHOM ORES 2B

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Left: First Row: G. Jo r­ dan, K. Morris, M. Moriella, R. Nisbet. Second Row: D. Kern, M. Hart, R. Luistro, J. Scheurer.

Right: First Row: A. Perez, F. Briamonte, N. Tantuico. Second Row: M. Dandorph, S. Vil­ la, S. Wisniewski, S. Somers.

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Left: First Row: E. Addvensky, R. Bautista, T. Fardelone, M. Cantelmi, D. L ab ru n o . Second Row: A. Delvescovo, S. Cioffi, H. Frank, R. Goodall.


SOPHOMORES 2C

Above: First Row: A. Jurgelevicius, S. Frattura, C. Lancellotti. Second Row: E. Grabowski, D. Tapia, J. McDermott, L. Luizzi, S. Dello Stritto. Below: First Row: V. Nolan, W. Scheurer, J. Wolleon. Second Row: R. Poscelli, D. Reiser, W. Perkins, R. Mulholland.

Above: First Row: A. Aguiar, H. Gil, J. Collazo. Second Row: J. Fontana, F. Bayona, J. DeRose, P. Brunner, T. Favetta.

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SOPHOM ORES 2D

Above: First Row: M. G alang, W. Dangcil, J. Revilla, E. Landino, M. Rudner, Ms. DeCresce. Second Row: S. Mullins, M. Dizon, J. Schm ittler, J. Henkes. A b­ sent: D. Southern.

Below: B. Ohlmuller, B. Sookhoo, K. Von Schaum­ burg, D. Peters, J. Feeney, W. McDonald, J. Kashuba, J. Mackiewicz. Above: “ Red Hayes” explores the outer limits!

Above: Left to Right: K. W omack, C. Tarantino, K. Bel­ linger, M. Ahn, K. C om andatore, J. Carlson, D. Gronda, B. Bucher. “ We just love listening to his poetry.”


Above: Left to Right: C. Conklin, K. Kelly, J. Landis, K. Bertotti. Second Row: M. Hernandez, D. McGouran, J. Ambrosio. Above Left: Nelson finds the winning combination, 86-75-309!

SOPHOMORES 2E Right: Left to Right: First row: S. O’Neill, M. Doody, N. Sperduto, M. Pompeo. Second Row: D. Waddington, T. Schneider, A. Ferraro. Below: Left to Right: First Row: R. Toss, C. Dantzler, D. Burgess, N. Wood. Second Row: O. Reyes, D. Gallagher, J. Casler, P. Grundling. Below Right: “ . . . ' and I do not eat quiche!”


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H Above: First Row: P. Costello, N. Cepeda, P. Burke, J. Dubon. Second Row: J. Dechter, F. Betkowski, M. Ambrosio.

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Above: First Row: S. Presa, C. Trefurt, S. Yautz, W. Rushforth. Second Row: K. Wall, J. Stabile, T. Riley, R. Panico.

“ W hat a bunch of slobs”

SOPHO M O RES 2F “ Don’t know much about history


SOPHOMORES 2G

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Right: L. to R.: M. Yelverton, J. Giannella, A. DeFino, P. Dunn, M. Cozine, S. Hummell, V. Burke, B. Chandra. Ab­ sent: K. Scott.

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Above Left: First Row: C. Prime, G. Papadakis, B. Lawlor, J. Apruzzese. Second Row: A. Romano, P. Stanowski, S. Biernacki, M. Namnama. Above: “ Boy Joe!, those ’ludes’ have some impact!” Left: L. to R.: Mr. F. La­ martine, F. Trigo, J. Mancino, J. Guarino, K. F itz h e n ry , R. Rusznak, S. Sexton.


SO PH O M O RES 2H

Above Left: First Row: A. Della Rosa, K. Sabogal, K. Huryk. Second Row: L. Gutierrez, H. Gil, D. Checorski, P. Mango. Above: First Row: R. Bludgus, M. A. Crowley, R. Leahy, D. Quish. Second Row: B. Archer, T. Zaharia, J. Paradine, M. Stappenbeck.

Above Left: First Row: S. Dutkiewicz, T. McVicar. Second Row: W. Wilkes, M. Turner, K. Butler. Above: A Lunchtime Raindance.

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co f r, i , St W: R Haeer- S- Gmitro, P. Duvalsaint, D. Chiang, J. Bonet. Second Row: M.J. Crowley S. Dello Stritto, M.R. Flynn, M. Arriaga. Right: “Only 913 days of school till graduation!”

Right: First Row: W. Neal, J. Lecowitch, S. Sari, F. Romano, P. Mercante. Second Row: A. Ramos, M. Mannion, S. Inn, E. Kirchgassler. Absent: R. Pelier. Below Right: Left to Right: D. Sollecito, F. Silva, D. Zall, S. Tuzzo, A. Williams, M. Surowiec, T. Sullivan. Below Left: The mugs of two madmen on their way to their “ Urban Assault Vehi­ cle!”

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SOPHOM ORES 2J Above Right: First Row: A. Molina, V. Chirichella, S. Russell, A. Z am arra, E. Cruz. Second Row: J. Raslowsky, A. Artificio, S. DeLuca, D. H anifin, T. Romanowski. Above: Mike is a natural!

Below: First Row: M.S. Flynn, M. Jablonski, D. Williams, S. H. Lee, J. Boushay, I. Gomez. Second Row: M. Smarro, R. Umali, R. Pena, A. Sawczuk, D. Eastman, M. Kilkenny. Front: Mr. Tunney S.J. Absent: R. Nestor.

Left: A Jesuit Education?

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JU NIO RS 3A

Left: Left to Right: R. Abdelmalak, M. Giordano G. Jeffrey, T. Allen, N. Tripodi, M. Cunningham G. Tavolara. Below: Joel fantasizing about life otl the “ Riviera.”

Left: First Row: K. Yacoub, R. Padilla, L. Mar­ shall, M. Liwanag. Second Row: F. Nesheiwat, S. Russell, S. Fugel. Third Row: P. Schonenberger, G. Chowanec. Below Left: First Row: D. Berardinelli, G. Spincola, J. Hanna, D. Ramsumair. Second Row: J. Dillon, W. Budin, D. Erla, J. Kosenski, J. Vucak. Absent: T. Miller. Below: “ Don’t you be eyeballin’ me, boy!!”


Above: First Row: E. Kostrzewa, D. Jensen, E. Harrison, P. Gizzi. Second Row: M. N estor, J. Lopis, J. Martinez.

Above: First Row: C. Shamburg, J. Tuohy, M. Mirov, T. Temprosa, J. Saldana, C. Yi, J. Waga. Second Row’: J. Reilly, J. Sposato, J. Parrillo. Below: First Row: G. Choynowski, J. Bernardo, I. Rashed, V. Gallo, D. Alston. Second Row: K. Espinoza, J. D’Agui, J. Dorch, D. Burokas.

“ W hat a swell guy!”

Biff Owens encounters the world!

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Right: Left to Right: J. Sheehan, T. Thomas, C. McCormick, J. Salomon, R. Strothers, T. Gamble, G. Gmitro. Above: Landy’s idea of an instant day off!

Above Left: Left to Right: J. Carbone, P. Fay, J. Lowthorpe, M. Patel, J. Bertotti, R. Clarke, L. Valanzola, F. Damelio, C. Doria. Left: Left to Right: S. Hart, J. Miselis, K. Kozlowski, E. Wallerstein, G. Abergas, J. Richardson, R. Jones, A. Neto, A. Anderson. Above: Spincola says, “ Hey Bud, Let’s Party!”

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JU N IO R S 3D

Above: First Row: V. Sam bade, A. Abreu, B. Monserate, R. Kakoleski. Second Row: J. Finn, G. Luckjiff, J. Howard, J. DeAngelo.

Above: First Row: J. Suarez, R. Shipman, C. Garcia, J. Boccassini, C. Kroeper, G. Alvarez. Right: Sleepy jam s to the beat! Below Right: Rich Jones takes a break from a long, hard Campion class. “ N o kidding, it’s W ondo’s third cup of soup!”

Above: First Row: T. Nguyen, J. Rivera, S. Carluccio, C. Welsh. Second Row: C. Cofone, J. Peko, N. Gonzalez, R. McGrath.


Above: Left to Right: S. Willis, D. Vargo, F. Sullivan, A. Todd, M. Samra, O. Siryj. Left: . and depression sets in!”

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Left to Right: R. Cordero, A. DelPiano, B. Ayerbe, P. Finn, A. Adan, M. Dove, A. Evidente, P. Cashin.

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Left to Right: A. Krupa, R. Morales, C. Pereira, B. McLaugh­ lin, S. Hudik, J. Kellner, B. Granelli, R. Giacchi, R. Lugo.


Right: First Row: R. Wondolowski, A. Tabora, G. Viggiano, Id. Mehler. Second Row: T. O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnel, J. Mulcahy, E. Skulien, O. Santana, R. Peters. Above: A G erman scholar cornfearing notes with T H E Italian scholar!

Left: Left to Right: J. Babula, G. Gunter, M. Giangregorio, V. Corso, D. Castrovinci, M. Forrester.

Light: Left to Right: G. Huock, M. Affinito, B. Bracafella, J . D e m a r c o , J . Hayser, R. Lago, G. Enjerle, E. Romero, M. Kelly, p. Magistre.

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Above: First Row: R. Wong, G. Cepeda, D. Tan, P. Cresci. Second Row: M. King, A. Petrillo, D. Giblin, S. Engelken. Above:

I’m just waiting on a friend.”

Left: First Row: T. Murphy, A. Mer­ cado, O. Morales, A. Villanueva. Second Row: P. Tomaka, J. Ippolito, L. Maleszewski, J. Roskowski.

Right: First Row: J. DeMichael, P. Sloyan, S. Lappin, E. Brown. Second Row: M. Ahern, P. Sawyer, P. Froehlich, R. Oliveros. A bsent: J. Bardzilowski.

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Above: First Row: M. Albanese, A. Manrique, D. Jasovsky, S. Tantuico. Second Row: M. Michalik, D. Owens, P. Halecky, C. Chirichella, J. Scanlon. Left: Jeff and Terrence shoot the “ Breeze.”

JU N IO R S 3H Below: First Row: J. Bucci, R. Woody, J. Myhre. Second Row: K. Vu, P. Lesko, H. Torres, S. DeSouza, P. Powanda. Third Row: J. Gilvey, K. Bau­ man, R. Kleid. Absent: K. Fryczynski, R. Crespo, A. Ruibal. Right: “Suave” Lou celebrates the end of another day.


Clockwise from above: “So, you don’t like my taste in clothes?”; Are you sure there’s just swimming trunks in those bags?; “ Wendell, he’s always been like a brother to me”; The McKnight brothers display their mathematical ability; “J ’adore Yoplait il est tres magnifique”; We couldn’t think of a caption for this one; Homeworking in the hallowed halls of Hogan; You’d smile too if you just passed your Chemistry test; Danny and Frank discuss the importance of the human thumb; Members of Prep’s best dressed list.


THE M ELTIN G POT At Prep, just as in the city where it is located, there is an extraordinary mixture of students. Here, many Prep men come into contact with others from different backgrounds, often for the first time. This is a great experience, for it en­ ables students to become familiar with all types of people. Prepâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cultural and ethnic mix is far greater than the majority of schools in New Jersey. Blacks, Orientals, and Whites unite to work for the betterment of each other. An atmosphere of harmony is encouraged throughout the school. Under these conditions, racial barriers begin to deteriorate.


STRIVIN G FOR E ach tim e we pass through the doors of Prep, we draw nearer to attain in g our goal o f excellence. W ith each accom plishm ent we achieve, we move one step closer to this objective. T hrough the faculty and our peers, we are pushed to reach for perfection. A t Prep, we a re recognized as m atu re, responsible individuals. T h ere are factors here w hich lead us to the search for perfection. T h e q uality of ed ucation is one such factor. It is rigorous enough to endow students with the drive to succeed. T he opportunity to becom e involved in activities and sports is also om nipresent. We try to help th e school an d ourselves by becom ing active. This striving for excellence is evident in every aspect of the school: spiritual, social, and academ ic. P rep men are never satisfied with being second best.

C ounter Clockwise from Right: Band members searching for the perfect sound; “ . . . pretty strong, huh coach?”; M att puts the finishing touch on the Petroc; “ Bug off or I’ll break every bone in your lip!” ; The master and his pupil; Underclassmen with eyes glued to their all important notebooks; “ How do I get out of this contraption?”’ Zableck going for the gold.


EXCELLENCE


DANCE COMMITTEE O nce again, St. P e te r’s P rep D ance C om m ittee has organized an d executed the best dances in th e city. H undred s o f girls from th e are a atten d these dances in o rder to m eet P rep men and have a good tim e. T he D ance C o m m it­ tee, under the direction o f M r. T om Biondo, puts in m uch tim e an d energy in running these dances. Planning an d setting up hours before the dance and clean­ ing for hours afterw ard s epito­ m izes th e dedication o f this com ­ m ittee.


Clockwise from Left: Troy, at his boogying best; The sheik discussing foreign policy; "1 didn’t ring for the maid” ; Moving in for the kill; The flying nuns; Prep’s hardworking underclassmen staff; Good enough to eat; The upperclassmen members, breaking the cam­ era; Murphy’s Motley Crew. Middle: “Santa, I’d like a new face for Christmas!”


DRAM ATICS IN H E R IT THE WIND C onsistency is often taken for granted, but this is not the case with St. P e te r’s D ram atic Society. P arents, students, and faculty m em bers who are trea ted to many fine perform ances, continually praise the efforts o f this hardw orking cast. This group, w hich includes budding actresses from St. D om ’s and St. A l’s have m ade P rep plays very successful. H ow ever, if it was not for the guidance and endless toil of D irector Ja ck Casey, all would be for naught.

Clockwise from above: “C’mon guy! W hat’s wrong with Darwin?”; The star of the Play: Cahill manipulates another poor soul.; Moose the savior receives a jovial greeting from May­ or Lou and Father Tom.; The pinnacle of suc­ cess: Cast and Crew pose after the finale.

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1776

1776 and Inherit the Wind both gained criti­ cal acclaim. Pete Sawyer, Mike Cunningham and Vin H annah turned in fine efforts in 1776 Inherit the Wind, which starred Brian Cahill, John N orton and Cunningham, also enhanced the fine reputation of Prep acting. Clockwise from below: “ I’m sorry Kerry, but I can’t stand this wig!” ; Pete Sawyer rises to the occasion; Roman wanders aimlessly around the stage; The colonial version of Michael Jackson; “ I’m just a wild and crazy guy."


IN T R A M U R A L S T he St. P ete r’s In tram u ral program is an im portant aspect o f the school. The program consists o f football, basketball, hockey and soccer gam es in which students are given the chance to vent their pent-up energy and frus­ tration. U n d er the guidance o f M r. F rank L am artine and M r. Tom Biondo, th e pro ­ gram has been thriving and grow ing over the past few years. H ere, students have the op­ portunity to work together as a team . T hey also display fierce com petitiveness in efforts to be the best, w itout forsaking spo rtsm an ­ ship.

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Clockwise from above: A talented Soph palms his invisible ball; Free for all at lunch­ time; “So, whose the ugliest referee?”; “ It’s mine and you can t have it!” ; Members of the committee who have the nerve to show their faces.


Clockwise from above: Throwing up a brick in the championship game; “The basket’s the other way, stupid!” ; up the middle for six!; Big bad Rob works up a sweat on the court.

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COMPUTER CLUB S ec..........................................A. R astogi S ec.......................................L. G u tierrez M od Ms. B arbara Kozlowski

Clockwise from below: “ I’ve got to beat this computer!” ; Your basic IBM office; The secretaries; “The Big Apple”; Computer geniuses?

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S K I CLUB Pres.......................................V. DiDomenico V P ........................................ J. Bardzilowski Sec.............................................. R. Giacchi Tres............................................E. Leishman

just dreaming of snow; Time for a breather for these downhillers; Mr. T. and his ATeam; Underclassmen skiers come in out of the cold; “ Look ma, I’m standing.” ; Who is that masked man?; “ lngem ar” Giacchi.

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STAGE CREW Product. Mgr. N. DeCesare Product. Mgr. . . . A. Brown Stage Mgr................P. Tuzzo Mod......................Mr. J. Casey

Clockwise from above: Chief members of the “ Motley” Crew; Uncle Jack at his tidy best; “C’mon guys! these aren’t mug shots!; Worndown and weary struggle for the camera; Artie sheds some light on the situa­ tion; Calmly, Big Joe diffuses the missile.

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C A M E R A CLUB

Clockwise from top right: President Lou Perino on the other end of the cam era; M oderator Mike Tunney, S.J.; Late addition Rob Duncan; Hardworking M ike Ahern and Angel Villanueva; the underclassmen staff.


STU D EN T COUNCIL SENIORS

This y ear’s S tu d en t Council has truly m ade a difference. U n d er the guidance of Fr. N ed Coughlin S.J., student governm ent has greatly im proved. These men are not politi­ cians, b ut h ard w orking representatives. They have changed procedure when necessary and kept the student body well inform ed of th eir actions. T he dedication d em onstrated by these fine men som etim es goes unnoticed. H ow ever, their selflessness has a g reat im pact on every student at St. P ete r’s.

Left to Right: N. Rentas, J. McKnight, C. Frattura, K. McKnight, N. DeCesare, R. Greco. Right: Hot Dog Mike dishing weenies.

Executives: B. Herenda, V. DiDomenico, A. Francesco, Fr. Ned, K. O’Connor, F. Yu. Absent: W. Bates.

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JUNIORS

Below: Artie Anderson amuses other Council mem­ bers during a meeting. Bottom Left: “ Hey Wen, tell Bill to put his arm down.”

Left to Right. F. Neshiewat, T. Murphy, Humble M. Albanese, M. Cunningham, D. Berardinelli, J. Finn.


BAND T he P rep band is a very im portant p art of the enthusiasm displayed at school functions. T he m en who com ­ prise this group are extrem ely talented and dedicated m usicians. T hey sacrefice m uch o f their tim e trying to im ­ prove the quality o f th eir sound. T he b and is directed by th e incom parable Ms. C ath y Dwyer. U n d er her guidance, it has becom e a source of spirit for the en tire school.

Clockwise from below: Prep band takes time out from a jam session for a photo; total concentration; Luke Phillips, Prep’s pied piper; doesn’t this look like fun; Jim Feehan leading the battle call.

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Clockwise from top left: The Prep band whips the crowd into a frenzy; Up and coming vocalists-Moose, Timmy, and Mrs. D., while Noel tickles the ivory; Glen Luckjif on the brass; duet on the clarinet; M ark Polemini feels the noise.


ETHNIC CLUBS S P A N IS H Pres..........................................N. Rentas V.P........................................E. Martinez Mod................................. Mr. Lamartine

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Pres...................... N. DeCesare V.P.............................. F. Ciatto Asst............... V. DiDomenico Sgt............................... P. Tuzzo Mod............... Mr. Fordellone

SLAVIC Pres.............................................. G. Pollini V.P.............................................. M. Ahern Tres.........................................E. Addvensky Sec...............................................L. Jablow Mod...................................... Bro. Wuss S.J.

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EBONY Pres. V.P. Sec. Tres.

. . . J. Stokes . .. W. Bates K. McKnight R. Lacewell

IR IS H Pres................................. J. M urphy V.P..............................K. O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Sec.................................P. Drennan Tres.................................J. Fleming M od........................ Fr. Parkes S.J.

O RIEN TAL Pres.................................... S. Kim V.P............................A. Monserate Sec..................................... C. Huh Tres................. ...............R. Lim M od.............................. Mr. Biondo

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WALKATHON O nce a year, Prep holds a w alkathon to raise money for the school. This year, the reigns of responsibility w ere handed down to M r. M ike Q uillin. T his function eases the financial burden incurred th ro u g h o u t the year. T his is not ju st a business operation. T he vitality w ith w hich the stu d en t body en足 ters into this activity is a reflection upon the entire P rep com m unity. T he W alk concluded with a festive celebration a t L iberty S tate P ark, capping off a day filled with sacrifice and school pride.


Clockwise from right: L.T. walking for Prep?; dishing out dogs at the park; " . . . but we only took the bus for a couple of blocks.” ; mellowing out on the Hudson; the Jackson 5 reunited; Prepsters hamming it up; “T hat’s right, we bad.” ; who’s going to the stadium tonight?

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PETREAN C reatin g a yearbook is never an easy task. It dem ands im agination, organiza足 tion, dedication, and cooperation. It also requires constant work w hether on the day of a deadline or three weeks beforehand. M any do not realize how m uch tim e is needed to produce a quality book. H ow ev足 er, the gratificatio n th a t com es from see足 ing th e result o f this w ork is surely w orth th e effort.

Bernie Rodriguez, Seniors Editor.

Rob Duncan, Faculty Editor.

Joe Gomez, Editor-in-Chief.

Ron Filak, Associate Editor.

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Chris W ood and Chuck H arrington, Sports Editors.

Pete Cresci, Underclassmen Editor.

Mike Tunney, S.J., M oderator. Frank Ciatto, Activities Editor.

Lou Perino, Photography Editor.

Right: Chuck and Chris strike a familiar pose.


PETROC C o-E ditors S ports Ed. S enior Ed. Photo. Ed. M o d ............

A. Brown M. M ichalik R. P eters J. M yhre ...................F. Yu . . . . M. A hern M r. Jim H oran

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H A P TU TO RS T h e H ig h e r A ch ie v e m e n t P ro g ra m w as founded in 1964 by th e R ev. J o h n B row ning, S .J. T h is past su m m er m a rk e d its tw e n tie th an n iv ersary . H A P is a su m m er p ro g ra m desig n ed fo r ac ad e m ic ally qu alified se v en th g ra d e rs. T h e p u rp o se o f this p ro ­ g ram is to p re p a re th e boys fo r ex cellen ce in th e ir high sch o ol years. M a n y th a n k s to F r. B row ning, M r. T o m B iondo, a n d all te a c h e rs a n d tu to rs who have w o rk ed in th e p ro g ra m . T h e p ro g ra m is a c re d it to th e ir effo rts.

Clockwise from above: “The Boys of Sum m er” ; An authoritative figure he is not; Old eagle-eyes surveys the situation; “ Dear mom, please take me down the shore.”


FUTURE PHYSICIANS CLUB

KARATE . E. M artinez P. Froehlich B. M onserate

Clockwise from left: The little ninja rises to the occasion; the group poses before going into con足 tact; Capt. Ed Martinez officiates the confronta足 tion; Moderator Mrs. Sue Ranalli with senior Joe Magotch; the aspiring physicians; Med School or bust.


Clockwise from above left: “ I’d like to thank the Academy, My voice coach . . . ” ; Why do they have those sinister looks on their faces?; The orators clam up for a pose; “ Debate us, I dare ya!” ; The master of circumlocution.


BICYCLE CLUB Pres. V.P. Sec. M od.

. . . . K. O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;C onnor J. Kosenski K. C om m andatore M r. Q uillin

M ATHEM ATICS CLUB P res.............................................................................................. C harles H uh V .P ............................................................................................. G reg Sullivan S ec............................................................................................... F ran k C iatto M o d ......................................................................... Miss B eatrice W ysocki


CHESS CLUB K ing ........................................................ E. G alvez B ishop .................................................... A . M e rc ad o K n ig h t ................................................... E. D om ingo M o d ............................M r. M a rk D eS tep h an o , S .J.

MODEL RAILROAD CLUB

Clockwise from left: On the job training; Mod. Bill Lundy, S.J. and crew proudly display the Prep railroad network; the precocious strategists; “Ah!, you should’ve moved the Bishop!” ; Students tending to the derailment.


EM M AUS O ne of the m ore im p o rtan t parts of the spiritual exper­ ience a t P rep is the Em m aus R e trea t P rogram . T hanks to the dedication and the direc­ tion of Fr. N ed C oughlin, Fr. Jo h n M ullin and Bro. Tom G arvey, th e E m m aus retreats have been attra c tin g m any J u ­ niors and Seniors each year. T his year the re tre a ts enjoyed the m ost p articipation and spirit yet. E m m aus offers P repm en the o p p ortunity to grow spiritually a n d p erso n a lly ; h ere th e y strengthen relationships with parents, friends and G od. This is truly a g rea t experience w hich affects all who p artici­ pate. P rep students will always be g rateful to N ed, G uido, and Bro. for offering this unique an d p rofitable experience, a facet o f th e school each stu ­ d en t should discover.

Clockwise from above: “ Don’t you hate those tough spaghetti stains?”; Battle weary gladiators relaxing after a game; “ . . . and they didn’t even leave a tip.”; “Where’s my team?”; Another victim of dishpan face!. 98


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P res V .P . S ec T re s M od

. . A . A u ciello . . . . G . P ollini . . E . O cam p o . . A . M e rc a d o M r. B erkow itz

M O T H E R â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CLUB


CHEERLEADERS F our years ago, an im p o rtan t aspect o f St. P e te râ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s was reinstated: T he P rep C heerleaders. T he cheerleaders, a group o f girls from local schools, dedicate m uch of their tim e and energy to th e increased enthusiasm a t our school. T hese girls have becom e adopted m em bers o f the P rep fam ily. T h eir support is deeply appreciated by P re p â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ath letic team s and their spectators.

Clockwise from top right: Rockettes; eat yur hearts out!; The coach and her co-captains take a breather; the highlight of every Prep rally; a circle full of smiles; the girls pose for a group shot. Bottom Row: left to right: D. Misyak, D. Delmotte. Second Row: C. Pambuena, A. Arrieta. Third Row: B. Dunne, M. Cuozzo, K. Maresca. Fourth Row: Capt. F. Armagno, C. Fay, J. Mayer, M. DePuzzo, N. Bello, R. Maggio, Capt. M. DiMurro. Fifth Row: R. Piccillo, Maria DiMurro, E. Malaquias, J. Rochford, B. Hannah. Missing: Capt. V. Felton.


T.V. STUDIO S ta tio n M g r ...................................... J. N o rto n A sst. M g r.............................................B. C ahill L ib ra ria n ........................................ C. D oria C rew C h ie f ................................ A. P ad illa T ra in in g L ea d er T . M cG o v ern M a in te n a n c e C h ie f ................... L. M a stria M od .......................... M r. K en D an d o rp h

Clockwise from above: Mr. Dandorph operat­ ing the video recorder; the studioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s three stooges; John N orton zooming in for a closeup; the master and his prize apprentice; the gang at W SPP-TV.

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FOOTBALL Prep football is back with a vengeance. T he em ergence of P rep as a C ounty power cannot be denied! U nder the tutelage of H ead C oach G erry Bellotti and his assis­ tan ts, the team is again a force to be reck­ oned with. Led by th e inspired leadership of co-captains C hris W ood and Chris M onico, P rep sported a potent offense and a stingy defense. M uch of the sq u a d ’s suc­ cess can be attrib u te d to the outstanding play of Dave LoBello, M ike Boyle, and the offensive and defensive lines appropriately nam ed “T he H ogs.”

Co-Captains Chris Monico and Chris Wood.

First Row: J. Dubon, J. Mancino, M. Boyle, C. Frattura, D. Fails, R. Lacewell, P. Drennan, D. Tapia, K. Archer, R. Scheurer, C. Richards, D. Howard, J. McCarthy, C. Wood. Second Row: W. Neal, D. LoBello, G. Viggiano, J. DeMarco, E. Rashed, R. Wondolowski, J. Kellner] A. Petrillo, N. Gonzalez, J. Bucci, R. Kleid, K. Bauman, F. Gifford, D. Alston, M. Fremgen. Third Row: Coach D. Hansen, A. Williams, B. Buckman, C. Lancelotti, J. DeRose, N. Wood. D. Gronda, W. Wilkes, D. Burgess, W. Perkins, K. Espinosa, C. Sclafani, W. Rushforth' S. Romero, J. Roskowski, M. Dandorph-Trainer, J. Latko-Mgr., C. Monico, Head Coach G. Bellotti.


The vaunted Prep secondary nails another would be receiver.

“ How do I- look, Elijah?”

# 44 Dave LoBello turns the corner.

A Union Hill sandwhich.

Touchdown!

Feeding time “ Hogs” .

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T he Prep football team was viewed as a darkhorse in the race for the A m erican Division crown. A fter a disappointing ’82 cam paign, St. P eter’s figured to rem ain am ong the lowly in ’83. But this was not to be Prep confidently entered the traditional opening gam e against Xavier. H ow ever, the C ad ets’ strong running gam e surprised the M aruaders. T he Prep of­ fense could not get on track and the result was a 14-0 loss. U n d au n ted , St. P ete r’s prepared rigorously for their upcom ing opponent, H udson. T he Prep machine was in high gear as they rolled over the H aw ks, 33-6, P rep continued th eir winning ways in a 14-6 victory over M arist. Before this season, St. P ete r’s had not beaten Bayonne in 13 years. T his losing streak was brought to a screeching halt by a m iraculous 22-21 victory. Prep dissem bled th e Bees’ defense in the final drive scoring with 6 seconds rem aining.

The Prep Braintrust: Bill Masapust, Rich Skrowski, Head Coach Gerry Bellotti, Rich Hansen, Lou Oria, Paul Giorgio, Bob Harris. Missing: Dave Hunt.

Above: Gerry McCarthy spearheads a goal line tackle, as Bob Buckman looks on. Below: Touchdown Dave Lobello displays his blinding speed.

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Dennys Tapia hauls down a Memorial back in the open field. T h e L ions o f Lincoln fell prey to a ferocious Prep offense next. It was easy, 33-6. T he following week it looked grim as St. P e te r’s fell to a 14-0 halftim e deficit ag ain st an o p p o rtu n istic U nion H ill squad. But an inspiring h alftim e speech by C oach Bellotti fired up th e P repsters. A n o th er last second victory was the result, 18-14. P re p ’s five gam e w inning streak was snapped by M em orial th e next week, 27-7. Y et, it did not m atter. T h e gam e o f th e y ear was forthcom ing: St. P ete r’s versus St. J o e ’s for the county T itle. P rep totally d o m in ated th e first half, playing to a 7-7 deadlock. A decisive second h a lf p u t S t. Jo e ’s over the top, 20-7. St. P e te r’s ended th e season on a winning note, th rash in g H oboken, 28-21 to cap o ff a 6-3 year. There is no denying th a t S t. P e te r’s is once again a force to be reckoned with!

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Eli Rashad boots yet another extra-point

Upper Left: DeMarco erupts through a gaping hole. Above: Chris Wood drags a Hudson defender towards the goal. Left: The Prep sideline over­ flowing with excitement m om ents b efo re th e Hudson game.


FROSH FOOTBALL C O U N TY CHAMPS

First Row: R. Davis, E. Webster, T. Tuohy, J. Egar, C. Raeford, J. Kollmer, D. Sammartino, J. Fortunato, P. Salomon, W. Deakyne, W. Militello, E. Polak, S. Kushner, J. Latko. Second Row: Coach Dave Hunt, B. Richmond, R. Wolowitz, D. Fitzhenry, Z. Bazil, R. Mangonel W. Monisera, T. Tietchen, P. Harnett, T. Rashed, J. Stanczak, T. O’Connor, G. Orwell, P. Corcoran, D. Cutola, L. Shipman, I. Park, p ! Benzaleski, R. Celentano, J. Hanussek, E. Casas, M. Willis, Coach Orio, Coach Giorgio.

Above: Bible books around end. Below: Frosh line mauls Hawks.

“What, me miss a block?"

T his y ear’s Freshm en T eam picked up w here last y ear’s team left off. T he squad posted victo­ ries in th e ir first eight gam es. In th e County C ham pionships, they were led by running backs C h arlie Bible, Jo h n E gar, an d Bob R ichm ond, as they rolled over H oboken in a stirring com e from behind victory. Q u arte rb a ck Bill M onisera show ed a g rea t deal of potential. S talw arts C u r­ tis R aefo rd , E ln ard o W ebster, an d R ich M angone anch o red strong offensive and defensive lines. T h e team posted six shutouts, an d was scored upon only th ree tim es all year.


SOCCER O n ce ag ain , th e P re p soccer te am has p roved itself a fo rm id ab le o p p o nen t in th e H C IA A B D ivision. A fte r losing eig h t sta rte rs fro m last season, m any ex p ected it to be a reb u ild in g year. H ow ever, new co ach A1 S am b a d e, and an eag ern ess to win pulled th e team th ro u g h m an y close contests. T h e te a m w as a n c h o red by ca p ta in M ik e G ra n elli an d seniors P e te S erra , E rik L eish m an , R e n e H o d a n , R ay P a g ­ k alin aw an , an d A lb e rto V argas. W ith only a few sta rte rs leaving, look for u n ­ derclassm en such as P e te C resci, Jo e B ardzilow ski, R en e G iacch i, M ike A l­ banese, an d B ryan G ra n elli to p u t P rep am o n g th e co u n ty ’s fin est once m ore.

First Row: R. Pagkalinawan, T. Tacik, J. Raslowsky, A. Mercado, M. Granelli, A. Calianese, J. H ayser, B. Granelli. Second Row: G. Enderle, P. Serra, E. Kirchgassler, M. Albanese, J. Guarino, P. Cresci, D.E. Leishman, Coach J. Raslowsky, Coach A. Sambade, R. Hodan, T. Z aharia, A. Vargas, R. Giacchi, J. Bardzilowski.

Captain Mike Granelli, determination on the run

Above: Tacik battles for the ball. Below: Leishman lays the boot.

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Above: L. to R.: Senior winger Erik Leishm an; Goalie Joe Bardzilowski rig足 orously stretching out on the sid e lin e s; R ay P ag k alinawan catches a breather. Left: Coach A1 Sambade a few inspirational words for his squad.


J.V. SOCCER T h e J.V . S o ccer T eam stru g g led th ro u g h a d isap p o in tin g season b u t estab lish ed a stro n g fo u n d atio n for fu tu re P re p team s. O rlan d o S a n ta n a an d R o b B ran c atella w ere brig h t sp o ts for new co ach J a c k Raslow sky. It is safe to say th a t S t. P e te r’s stro n g soccer tra d itio n will co n tin u e.

First Row. S. Frattura, K. Granelli, J. Ras­ lowsky, R. Tanteo, S. Matthews, R. Umali. Second Row: M. Kim, M. Ahn, A. Ortega, K. Sabogal, C. Kim, N. Santos, A. Ruibal. Third Row: B. Ayerbe, O. Santana, J. Hayser, B. Brancatella, K. Raslowsky, J. Ippolito, A. Mercado, Coach Jack Ras­ lowsky.

Above: Rob Brancatella dribbles upfield. Below: Billy Ayerbe playing some tough defense.

Above: Sophomore goalie Joe Raslowsky puts it in play. Below: Bryan Granelli takes the corner kick.


CROSS COUNTR Y T he Cross C ountry T rack team has developed into a solid com petitor in H udson C ounty. U n d er the guid­ ance of new coach, M ark D eS te­ phano, S .J. th e team turned in fine perform ances in num erous meets. A m ong these were second place fin­ ishes in the Jersey City and South H udson cham pionships. Seniors A1 F rancesco and Jim M urphy, along with Ju n io r stan d o u t Jason R ich ard ­ son, were the sparkplugs for this suc­ cessful season.

First Row: R. Elio, J. Coogan, R. Lago, M. Stypa, Second Row: A. Francesco, R. Me Grath, C. Williams, J. Murphy, J. Richardson, R. Nestor, P. Zeller, J. Miselis, Third Row: J. Scanlon, J. Mulcahy, S. Parikh, A. Romano, K. Fryczynski, Coach M. DeStephano, S.J.

Left: Captain A1 Francesco and Coach Mark DeStephano discuss pre-meet strategy. Far Left: Senior Jim Murphy. Above: Kerry Fryczynski-the picture of determination.

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Joey Miselis struggles to the tape.

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G YM N ASTIC S This year proved to be a rebuilding sea­ son for th e P rep gym team . T h e gym nasts showed a g reat deal o f enthusiasm with the arrival o f new coach L ou G uarini. T he team rallied aro u n d the efforts of senior R odney T erry, ju n io r D anny B erardinelli, and sophom ore A ldenys A costa. T h e high­ light of th e gym season was th e N ew J e r­ sey N ovice M eet. D anny Berardinelli sprung a strong th ird place finish in the vault com petition; and A ldenys A costa ca p tu red an im pressive th ird place in all aro u n d events. T he fu tu re looks brig h t for this young team . N e x t year returns such u p starts as ju n io rs R ick C o rd ero and Ron N ovicio, sophom ores F ran k Betkowski and M ichael K ilkenny and freshm en stan d o u ts S ean O stendorf, Vipul P atel, an d J e ff Tuzzo. Rodney Terry: What a swinger!

First Row: N. Cepeda, R. Hernandez. Second Row: V. Patel, M. Chiappara, F. Betkowski, M. Kilkenny. Third Row: D. Berardinelli, R. Terry, G. Cepeda, F. D’Amelio, R. Cordero. Fourth Row: A. Acosta, S. Ostendorf.

Above: Danny B. horsing around. Below: Counterpart Ricky Cor­ dero concentrates on the rings.


SW IM M ING T he Prep Swim T eam , the elite of H udsoiJ County, looked to avenge last y ear’s defeat im the C ounty Cham pionships a t the hands 08 St. Jo e ’s. W ith th e continual dom ination 08 seniors G erry M cC arth y , M ike Boyle, Frank! Young, and N ick D eC esare; coupled with the! em ergence of M ark Polem eni, Barry D ugaij and Bob Leahy, opposing schools cannot! hope to keep up with our swimm ers. In cred iJ ble depth in key positions led P rep to crush-! ing victories over “ w orthy” oponents such a a St. Jo e ’s, M arist and Bayonne. B arring anjl unforseen upsets, the path is clear for S tj P ete r’s to regain th e cherished C ounty title.]

First Row: M. Boyle, N. DeCesare, G. McCarthy, M. Polemeni, B. Dugan. Second Row: J. Dilley, R. Celentano, L. Jablow, B. Leahy, A. Acosta, D. Mannion, T. Schneider, M. Chiappara. Third Row: K. Von Schaumberg, M. McGrath, R. Giacchi, J. Casler, S. O’Neill, J. Fajardo. Fourth Row: B. M cGrath, F. Betkowski, C. Chirichella, D. Owens, G. Kushnir, G. Henn, M. Samra, J. Scanlon, G. Cepeda.

They came from outer space.

Above: Coach Forenza and Father Lundy plot I their strategy. Left: Mike Boyle offering words of | encouragement.


G erry M cC arth y prep ares to launch.

“ I’m soooo-wasted!”


T he Prep hoopsters, com ing off a successful ’82-’83 cam paign, look to continue their winning ways in ’84. The M arau d ers are led by A ll-C ounty for­ w ard G avin C um m ings and veteran floor leader Bill H erenda. A consistent C arlto n R odgers and bullish Arvin T odd round out the front line, as high scoring Jo h n Stokes controls th e other back co u rt spot. H ow ever, C oach Jerry H alligan, in his 28th season of coach­ ing, also has th e luxury of a very deep supporting cast. Jo h n M oriarty, a steady perform er, an d sharp shooting C huck H arrin g to n , can be counted on for in stan t offense. Jo rg e A lvarez, Paul Pineiro, E arnie Redw ine, and rising star M ike Flynn, ad d stability to this m u lti-talented squad. W ith a host of talen ted underclassm en, the program has th e m akings o f m any prom ising years to come.

BASKETBALL

Front Row: M. Flynn, J. Stokes, M. King, G. Alvarez, J. Hannah, R. Cordero, C. Harrington. Back Row: P. Pineiro, G. Cummings, J. Moriarty, E. Redwine, E. Harrison, T. Thomas, A. Todd, B. Herenda. Not pictured C. Rodgers.

Let the game begin!

George: I know it s up there somewhere.

Above: Pineiro goes up for the slam. Below: Mike Flynn shouts out directions.


Above: H arrington on the prowl. Below: H erenda looks for the open man.

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Above: Carlton for an automatic two. Below: Toby, Breeze, Bernard, Madman, and Harrison concentrate on the game.

Above: Gavin Cummings scores in traffic. Below: Jorge Alvarez comes to an abrupt stop.


Above: The “ Bull” drops a deuce Bottom right: Shoots-away! U pper left: Rodgers does the latest step. Lower left: M A ST E R C H A R G E Below: A textbook pass.


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Left: First Row: Glen Kelton, Nick Wood, Mi­ chael Flynn, Chris Falco, Pat Brunner, Rich Nisbet. Second Row: Mr. Harry Dammer, Kerry Womack, Brian Archer, Scott Tuzzo, Doug Eastman, Dan Tapia, Tom Riley, Jeff Stabile, Joe Scheurer, D. Southern, Mr. Mi­ chael Kenny.

Upper Right: Don’t worry Dan, you can’t win every tap. Clockwise from left: Pat Brunner controls the ball under pres­ sure; The bench offers tremendous support for players on the court; Showing “varsity level form” on a jumpshot; Prep’s airtight defense at its best.


FROSH BASK ETBALL T h e fresh m en h o o p sters have enjoyed a fine in tro d u c tiv e season o f P rep b asketball. T h e g u id an ce o f co ach T o m H a rt, en th u si­ asm , a n d a g re a t am o u n t o f hustle, have led to a p ro d u ctiv e y ear on th e h a rd c o u rt. Prep can look fo rw ard to th e fu tu re exploits of such b u d d in g sta rs as M ich ael G allag h er, D om inick D eP in to , an d Bill C ooney. T hese a n d m any o th e rs have d em o n strate d th e ir b ask etb a ll b rillian ce; th u s, n u m ero u s ob serv ­ ers believe th e re is a very b rig h t fu tu re in P re p b ask etb all.

First row: A. Bruton, B. Price, S. Howard, M. Gallagher, P. Goodall. Second row: T. Finn, B. Deakyne, D. DePinto, S. Gomez. Third row: D. Corwin, M. Henn, P. Pawlowski. Top row: M. Usarzewicz, B. Cooney.

Above: Dennis Corwin skies for two! Below: Cooney lays it in off the glass.

Above: D. DePinto lets fly “the sweet jay.” Below: The Prep five storm the basket awaiting a likely rebound. \ -m m m .


WRESTLING T h e P rep W restling T eam enters th e ’83-’84 season with optim ism an d enthusiasm . Coaches Richard R analli and A dam H a rtm a n boast a new practice room and a rejuvenated in terest in the once fading sport. T ri-cap tain s C hris M onico, D arren Fails and R o b ert F orcillo provide the varsity with experience, ability and leadership. Juniors N elson G onzalez, Joe Bucci, Faw az N esheiw at and Steve D orry give stren g th and d epth to th e team . T he program can look forw ard to continued success thanks to th e trem en­ dous po ten tial o f Sophom ores Chris Del V ecchio and D oug G ronda. W ith an ab u n d an ce of eager fresh­ m en, it is safe to say th a t P re p ’s w restling program is back w ith a vengeance!

First Row: Joe Bucci, Bob Clarke, Darren Fails, Chris Del Vecchio, Rob Forcillo. Second Row: Ken Espinoza, Fawaz Nesheiwat, Doug Gronda, Bob Buckman, Chris Monico, Nelson Gonzalez, Mr. Richard Ranalli.

Up and coming Champions make the future look bright!

Above: Quad-Captains Bob Buckman, Chris Monico, Dar­ ren Fails and Rob ‘Solid’ Forcillo. Below: Forcillo scores two points on a hapless opponent. Below Left: Clarke listens to the wisdom of Mr. Ranalli and Adam Hartman.


Above: Doug G ronda ready to uncoil at the start of another victorious match.

Clockwise from above: Chris Monico going for the takedown; Joe Bucci dem onstrates a tight hold; An intimidating group of grapplers.

Above: â&#x20AC;&#x153; N elsâ&#x20AC;? awaits the Referees O.K. before mauling his opponent.


HOCKEY

D eterm ination is the key word in describing the Prep hockey team . Sporting per­ haps th e h ard est schedule in th e state, th e P rep regularly tu rn s in a gutsy perfor­ m ance. L ed by seniors Jim M e K night and T im Lindis, th e Prep fields a hard -h it­ ting squad. “ Blades” John Lopis and “ H itm a n ” Steve K ram er ad d scoring and strength to an already po­ ten t squad. Steve Russell, K en Kozlowski, D ave Buro­ kas, and F ran k Briam onte lead one of the youngest team s in recen t history. This leaves one to believe th at M au s’ M arau d ers will con­ tinue in th eir winning ways.

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Bottom row: G. Nolan, J. Lopis, B. Gargiles, K. Kozlowski, D. Lavecchia, C. Gannon. Top row: Mr. Tom Maus S.J., F. Briamonte, S. Gmitro, K. Fitzhenry, S. Russell, S. Rutkowski, D. Burokas, S. Kramer, B. Bratton, T. Lindis, G. Tavolara, Coach Russell, Coach Ambrosia.

Upper left: Tavolara gets into position. Upper right: Ken Kozlowski hugs the post. Below: Tim Lindis streaking along the boards.

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Dave Burokas wins the draw.


Above: Sam DeLuca robbing another goal. Below: Captain Jim McKnight after a breakaway goal.

Above: Tavolara with a bonecrushing check.

Above: Steve Rutkowski stalking a bewildered opponent. Right: A mad scram ble in front of the net.


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St. P eter’s, after obtaining new track coach M ike Burgess, is looking forw ard to th e up­ com ing season. T h e coach, a form er runner himself, is w ork­ ing the team hard and expects Prep to have a good shot in the city m eet. This year, the indoor track team is w ell-balanced and experienced. Prep has som e excellent sprinters led by seniors W alker W ooding, Kyndall Ruffin, and Kevin M e K night. Seniors A1 F rancesco and Jim M urphy, and ju n io r Jason R ichardson supply the team with strong d istance ru n ­ ners. T hese th ree finished sec­ ond, th ird , and fourth respec­ tively in th e S outh H udson cross country meet.

INDOOR TRACK

Bottom row: A. Francesco, K. Fryczynski, J. Richardson, S. Inn, J. Mulcahy. Top row: T. Allen, K. Ruffin, J. Murphy, W. Wooding, P. Tomaka, Coach Burgess.

W hat a physical specimen!

Oh boy, I’m going to be in the book!

The team limbers up before practice.

Unique, Sexy, and Al!

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T his spring, P rep is looking forw ard to a fine season. M ike Burgess, now in his first season as co ach , is especially o p tim istic a b o u t th e team s in th e eight h u n d red an d tw o m ile relays. T h e coach feels P rep has a good ch an ce to win th ese events in th e co u n ty m eet. I f all goes well, som e P re p sters m ig h t co m ­ p ete in th e P en n R elays. T h e key s p rin t­ ers on th e te a m a re W a lk e r W ooding, K y n d all R u ffin , an d T o d d A llen. Field sta rs in clu d e sh o t p u tte r Bob S ch eu re r, pole v au lters Jo h n F lem ing an d F aw az N esh eiw at, a n d discus th ro w er C raig R ich ard s.

Bottom row: B. Scheurer, J. Fleming, C. Richards, K. Ruffin. Middle row: S. Inn, F. Nesheiwat, S. Carluccio, B. Brancatella. Top row: R. Abdelmalek, J. Peko, T. Allen. Right: Field captain Bob Scheurer.

BO W LING T h e re is only on e w ord to d escrib e th e P re p bow ling te am , sp e cta cu la r. T h e p arty in g P re p K eg lers a re com ing o ff an ex citin g , a c tio n p ac k ed year. T h is y ear, th ey a re led by fo rm e r pro b o w ler M r. R a lp h R o sato an d C a p ta in A riel L an tin g . T h e “ A riel S h o w ” will be su p p o rte d by ju n io r S te p h e n H u d ik a n d so p h o m o res A n th o n y D efino, R ic h ­ a rd N is b e t a n d G e ro m e Jo rd a n . Bill “ H e rs h a l” N ea fse y lead s a long line o f J.V . players.

Kneeling: S. Hummel. Back row: S. Hudik, A. Lanting, A. Defino, R. Nisbet, G. Jordan. Right: The kingpin himself, Ariel Lanting.


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W ith nine key players returning, this seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s baseball team is very experienced. Led by tw o-tim e all-county infielder and captain Paul D rennan, P rep is sure to be am ong the top team s in South H udson. P rem ier S ta rte r O rest Siryj and senior R alph D ayke lead a pitching sta ff which should get solid support from a young, tough lineup. D oug E astm an and L arry M arshall form a talen ted infield with D rennan. F ran k C iatto and Ju n io r Ricky C o rd ero anchor th e outfield while Soph. M ike Crow ley is behind th e plate. John D eSim one provides depth a t all the infield positions. All this talen t, coupled w ith the m anagerial genius o f verteran C oach Joe U rbanovich, should lead to a successful cam paign. T he P rep fans expect g reat things from th e diam ond nine this year, an d if all goes well, they will not be disappointed. Once again Ciatto makes the tough play look easy.

First row: P. Drennan. Second row: L. Marshall, O. Siryj, G. Kelton, M. Crowley. Top row: J. DeSimone, R. Cordero, R. Dayke, D. Eastman, F. Ciatto.

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U pper left: Ralph Dayke contem ­ plates his next move. U pper right: John: “ I wonder what all the guys are doing now???” Lower left: Versatile Ricky Cordero gets a good jum p on the ball. Lower right: Mike: “ Hey coach, my fingers are stuck in my mask.”


Larry Marshall fields his stance.

W hat an arm!

Frank Ciatto cordially poses for the Prep photographer.

Captain Paul Drennan sports all the facets of baseball. Above: Makes the play to first. Below: About to rip into the pitch. To the right: Taking the extra base.


GOLF

T h e P re p lin k sters have a p ro m is­ ing clu b th is y ear. R e tu rn in g sta rters for th e g o lf te am th is sp rin g include C h u c k H a rrin g to n , Jo e E sposito, R ich K ennedy, an d V innie Di D o­ m enico. Fellow seniors C h ris W ood a n d M a rk C h ia p p a ra should also ch ip in to th e te a m ’s stro k in g success on th e greens. T h e P re p te a m is co m ­ ing o ff a C o u n ty C h a m p io n sh ip y ear a n d hopes to grow on last season. P re p is going to a p p ro a c h th e links in se arch o f a S ta te C h am p io n sh ip . A n y th in g less th a n th is w ould seem below p a r to th e team .

Left to right: P. Kelly, C. H arrington, C. Wood, J. Esposito, M. Chiappara, V. Di Domenico, S. Willis, Mr. Biondo, T. Dabrowski, P. Cresci, R. Forcillo.

Above: Vinnie D. helps a fellow golfer address the ball. Below: Q uad-captains A. Palmer, T. W atson, J. Nicklaus, and B. Hogan.

Espo tees it up for Tommy D.

Pete displays his putter as Chris shows off his wood.

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T h e 1983 T en n is T eam achieved heights previously un­ thinkable. They reached the sta te sem i-finals, loosing a d ra ­ m atic m atch to second ranked D elbarton. H ow ever, in the county cham pionship to u rn a ­ m ent, H udson pow ers Em erson and Bayonne fell prey to the Prep N etm en. In 1984 P rep re­ lies on th e play o f seniors Barry Ponticello, C harles H u h and L ou Perino. A ll-stater E m er C ru z, com ing off a stellar 14-0 season, is expected to dom inate play once again. P ete H alecky, K e rry F ry c zy n sk i, B rad ley O hlm uller, N ick W ood and E ric H arriso n round out possi­ bly the strongest team in P rep history.

TEN NIS

Left: Kneeling: Lou Perino, Lou Mastria. Standing: Charles Huh, Barry Ponticello, Kerry Fryc­ zynski, Tim McGovern, Romano Lim.

Above: Romano Lim unleashes a thundering serve. Below: Steady competitor, Lou Perino.

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Above: Captains Charles Huh and Barry Ponticello in a striking pose.

Above: R eturn to sender. Below: The wrist action of Kerry Fryczynski.

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Clockwise from above: “ I don’t get no respect at all.”; Kellner relishes a couple of weiners; Prepsters voice their approval to the co-ed switch; What he can’t smell won’t hurt him; “ I get high on academics.” ; On to bigger and bet­ ter things; “We’re the Wargames Club. Prepare to meet your doom!”; “ Look, ma, 1 can fly!” ; “ Ah! the end of another school day.”


S tu d e n ts a t P re p h av e m an y reaso n s to c e le b ra te . O u r su ccess­ ful en d e av o rs, b o th an in d iv id u als an d as p a r t o f a g ro u p , have b ro u g h t th e sch o o l to g e th e r in a sp irit o f p rid e a n d ju b ila tio n . A c a d e m ic an d e x tra c u r ric u la r successes c a u se c e le b ra tio n s every seaso n o f th e y ea r. H o n o rs a sse m ­ blies h ig h lig h t sp e cia l effo rts in stu d ies. T h e y also re c o g n iz e o u t­ sta n d in g c o n trib u tio n s to school sp irit a n d in d iv id u al ac h ie v e m e n ts in ac tiv itie s. In a d d itio n to th ese, som e o f th e m o re a b u n d a n t an d la rg e -s cale c e le b ra tin g h as been in h o n o r o f P re p a th le te s an d th e ir te a m play. T h e s p iritu a l a s p e c ts o f S t. P e ­ te r ’s o ffe r m a n y o p p o rtu n ite s for ce le b ra tio n as w ell as g ro w th . T h e litu rg ies a n d th e E m m a u s r e tre a ts a re sp e cia l fo r th e e n tire school. S ch o o l litu rg ie s b rin g th e P rep co m m u n ity to g e th e r fo r sp ecial ce le b ra tio n s o f p e a c e a n d th a n k s ­ giving d u rin g th e y ear. E m m a u s sp ark s w arm c e le b ra tio n s w h ere in d iv id u als h av e th e c h a n c e to sh a re th e b est o f th e m se lv es w ith ea ch o th e r a n d G o d . B ut m o st im p o rta n tly , i t ’s th e little d ay to d ay c e le b ra tio n s th a t m ak e th e big d iffe re n c e . W h e th e r it’s c ra m m in g a n d h a n g in g o u t in th e c a f ; s to p p in g in b e tw e e n classes a t th e lockers; o r m oving dow n th e hallw ays, bein g to g e th e r a n d en jo y in g e a c h o th e rs frie n d ­ ships a r e w h a t m a k es P re p so sp e ­ cial in th e long ru n .


Clockwise from above: Frank applies the sleeperhold; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Oh no, Mr. Ben, anywhere but my locker.â&#x20AC;? ; E.T. going home; Happiness and success at recess. Opposite page clockwise: A future world beater; T.G.I.F. is written all over his face; Lunchtime merriment.


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THOM AS DOUGHERTY

E. D O M IN G O T ra c k '1.2,3,4, C hess C lub 4 . k W puter C lu b 3 ^ a t b ^ t e ! S b , p itu r e

PAUL DRENNAN

148

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BARRY

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CHARLES HARRINGTON

B YRON HAYNES

JEFFREY HENNESSEY

C . H A R R IN G T O N B asketball 1.2.3.4. Baseball 1.2. G o lf T eam 3,4. Student iCouncil 2. C lass President 3, I ib iW Pin l.X ^ . G eom etry M ed aJP ?,, Sports E d itO r ^ T S c h lo P ^ lrii A w ard , Ski C I u b ^ r ^ ' Q i ^ k a l - i i i P M f n .h js J S i f

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LORENZO

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1. Spanish M gamck 3. M ath (Mub.

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LUKE PHILLIPS

PAUL PIN1ERO

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M. PO LEM EN I S w im T eam 3.4. Band 1.2.3.4. Euc h a r istic M in iste r , H o n o r Pin 11,2,3. F rench M ed al 2 ,3 , N .H .S .

MARK POLEMENI

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GREGORY POLLIN1

BARRY P ONT1 CELLO

ANDREW P O U E Y M I R OU

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B PO N 1ICH1 1 o T ennis 1.2.3,4 (C ap t.), Pcircun 4. Petroc 3,4, S lavic C lub.

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N ESTOR RENTAS

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R IC HARD REYES

CRAIG RICHARDS

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CARLTON RODGERS

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A LF R E D ROMANO

K Y N DA LL RUFFIN

STEPHEN RUT K OWS K I

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LUIS1TO SAMIN

ROBERT SHEURER

PAUL SCHROEDER

GEORGE SCOTT

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CHRISTOPHER SERRATELLA

ROMAN SHEVCHUK

JOHN STOKES

C. S E R R A T E L L A ^ |M H o n or Pin 1,2,3, C om puter C lub 3. Intram urals 1,2,3,4, M ath C lu ™ Italian C lub,

Soccer 2, Pin 1,2,3,

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GREGORY SULLIVAN

J. S T O K E S M F o o tb a ll,h BaskctbaiC 1 T e n -4 nis 1, B a se b a J ^ S ^ ./C jK T u to r l j f i l E b on j C lub .

DENNIS TANTUICO

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D. T A N T U I C O Band 2,3,4, Karate I, H onor Pin 1,2, G erm an M edal 2, C om puter C lub 4, O riental C lub, N .H .S .


RODNEY TERRY

JOHN TIERNEY

EDWIN TORRES

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JO H N T U B R ID Y

PETER TUZZO

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LEM UEL V A N CROFT

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CHRISTOPHER WOOD

WALKER W O OD I N G

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FRANK YOUNG

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H W m T j o l d M cd ai J r r e m ) c Sen ­ ior Editor 4, C hess C lub 1,2,3,4, C om puter C lub 1, Future Physi­ cians C lub 1,2,4, O riental Club.


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JO SEPH ZA M PELLA

J. Z A M A R R A H o ck ey 2, D an ce C o m m itte e 2, Ir tram u rals 1,2 ,3 ,4 , Italian C lub.

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INDEX SENIO RS Am ir Abiskaroon 94, 142, 147 Jam es A ckaw ay 142, 146 Phillip A guiar 142 Jonathan A l-K aisi 80, 96, 142, 78 W illiam A nderson 3, 87* j4 2 , 143 Kevin A rcher 87, 104, 143, 155 A nthony A u ciello 7, 99, 143 W illiam Bate 83, 86, 87, 143 W endell Bates 88, 87, 98, 160, 143, 66 Juan Blanco 143 M ichael B oyle 10, 13, 104, 107, 14 4 , 116 Arthur Brown 80, 87, 92, 178, 144 Robert Buckman 76, 86, 87, 89, 104, 144, 124, 169 Brian C ahill 101, 153, 144, 74 S cott C am pbell 144 C hristopher Chaneski 87, 145 Mark Chiappara 13, 145, 133, 141, 115, 116, 117 Frank C iatto 86, 87, 91, 96, 98, 145, 148, 183, 130 John C ingerana 80, 96, 145, 178 G eorge C ostanzo 145, 177 Gavin C um m ings 88, 146, 120, 118, 155 R ichard C yriacks 87, 146 M ichael C zochanski 94, 145, 146 T hom as Dabrowski 146, 133, 78 A lfred D 'A m ico 80, 96, 146, 74 Ralph D ayke 87, 98, 147, 130 N ick D eC esare 11, 80, 86, 98, 147, 140, 70, 71, 116, 117 Philip D eC resce 10, 82, 86, 147

G regory D eR osa 147, 175 John D eSim on e 80, 96, 98, 147, 153, 130 Vin D iD om en ico 82, 86, 87, 69, 148, 133, 79, 167 W illiam D oll 96, 148 E m erson D om ingo 96, 148 T hom as D ougherty 87, 98, 148 Paul Drennan 11, 12, 87, 102, 104, 148, 177, 130, 79 Barry Dugan 87, 149, 116 Eric Dugan 149 Robert D uncan 11, 81, 90, 93, 73, 149, 183, 74 M ichael D w yer 10, 86, 149 Joseph Esposito 86, 149, 133, 144, 150

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D arren Fails 93, 104, 150, 124 Jam es Feehan 84, 87, 96 150 173, 7 0 N arciso Fernandez 150, 171 R onald Filak 73, 86, 87. 90, 96 148, ISO. 183, 79, 167, 172 John Flem ing 87, 150 129 79 172 Robert Forcillo; 69, 151, 133 124, 79, 170, 172 A lbert F rancesco 112, 113 i5 l 82, 177, 128, 159 C osm o Frattura 76, 82, 96 104 151, 70, 175 M ichael Frem gen 104, 151, 143 Enrico G alvez 96, 97, 99, 151 Julio G arcia 87., 152, 177 Frank G ifford 104, 152, 166 Bruce G m ah le 152 Joseph G o m ez 86, 90, 96, 152, 1 8 3 ,1 9 , 171 M ichael Granelli 10, 87, 89, 109, 152, 79, 158 R obert G reeb 80, 82, 73, 98 101 153, 79, 70 Sanjay G upta 96, 153 Garth H adley 76, 96, 153 Brian H aggerty 87, 96, 98, 153 78 V incent Hannah 98, 149, 153 178, 74, 75 Charles H arrington 9 1 , 154, 133, 143, 183, 119, 120, 118 Byron H aynes 154, 164 Jeffrey H ennessey 154 W illiam H erenda 7, 82, 83, 87, 102, 154, 140, 119, 118 R icardo H ernandez 34, 86 154 167 R ene H odan 12, 102, 109, 155 Robert H olston 8 7 , 155, 161

D onald H ow ard 87, 88, 104, 155, 140, 161 R oss H uggins 9 5 , 155 C harles H uh 87, 96, 155, 134 T im oth y Ippolito 156, 154 Steven J oyce 156 M ichael Kane 156 Patrick Kane 98, 156 Patrick Kelly 156, 123 R ichard K ennedy 157 M ichael K ostrzew a 157, 140, 71 Randy L acew ell 87, 104. 157 A riel L anting 87, 157, 129 Jay Latko 104, 158 Erik L eishm an 13, 109, 110. 158, 79 R om ano Lim 87, 94, 96, 158,

134, 7 ! 136 Tim othy Lindis 76, 98, 158, 177 j 26, 127 N oriel Lintao 158, 87, 177 D ave L oBello 6, 9, 12, 86, 104, i0 5 , 106. 159, 177 Lyndon Luistro 87, 152, 159 V incent Luna 145, 159 Joseph M agotch 73, 80, 85, 94, 101, 159, 74 Edward M artinez 94, 159, 155 Louis M astria 93, 101, 160, 134, 74, 70, 165 Gerard M cC arthy 104, 106, 160, 117, 116, 147, 175 Joseph M cCrary 96, 160 Patrick M cG ee 96, 160 T im othy M cG overn 73, 85, 101, 160, 177, 134, 70, 71, 74 W iliam M cK ay 96, 98, 161, 136, , 168 Jam es M cK night 76, 82, 161, 142, 67, 127 Kevin M cK night 76, 87, 96, 82, 161, 67, 70, 74 A lvaro M ercado 96, 97, 99, 161 164 Richard M etjian 161 C hristopher M onico 12, 76, 86, 87, 104, 152, A lan M onserate 87, 96, 162 John M oriarty 96, 162, 119, 118 T hom as M ulcahy 89, 162, 140 Jam es M urphy 73, 87, 102, 112, 113, 162, 128, 79, 175 Lorenzo N akar 163 A rthur N iev es 87-, 94 , 99, 163, 159 John N orton 98, 101, 163, 70, 74, 168 Emil O cam po 96, 99, 152, 163 Kevin O â&#x20AC;&#x2122;C onnor 73, 82, 87, 96, 163, 140 A lbert O liveira 96, 164, 144 Daniel O norato 3, 64, 76, 155 R ay Pagkalinaw an 6, 96, 109, 110, 157, 164, 71, 147 Jignesh Parikh 4, 94, 96, 145, 164 John Pedro 87, 94, 164 Louis Perino 3, 81, 86, 91. 165, 183, 134, 165 C handradat Persuad 165 Luke Phillips 84, 148, 165,: 159 Paul Pineiro 165, 118, 151 M ark Polem eni 84, 165, 140, 70, 116 G regory Pollini 85, 96, 99, 166 Barry P on ticello 166, 134, 151 Andrew Poueym irou 166, 140 Earnest R edw ine 166, 71, 118 N estor R entas 82, 166 Stephen R everendo 89, 98, 167 R ichard R eyes 167 C raig R ichards 87, 104, 167, 129. 147 C arlton R odgers 87, 167, 120 Bernie R odriguez 90, 167, 183 A1 R om ano 89, 112, 1 13, 168, 173 Kyndall R uffin 96, 168, 128, 129 Stephen Rutkow ski 168, 177, 126, 79, 154, 127 John Ryan 96, 168, 163 G abriel Salazar 168, 147 Bob Scheurer 3, 9 6 ,-1 0 4 , 105, 106, 169, 129, 146 Paul S chroeder 87, 89, 169, 74 G eorge S c o tt 87, 169, 144 Peter Serra 4, 6, 13, 109, I 10, 169, 142, 78 Chris Serratella 96, 170, 142 R om an Shevchuk 86, 96, 170, 74, 75

John Stokes 87, 88, 98 102 170 I 119, 121, 1 18, 162 G regory Sullivan 87, 96, 153 170, 79, 74, 70 Dennis T antuico 68, 84, 170, 78 f Dennys Tapia 104, 106, 171,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 151 H M arc T arantino 171, 142, 79 R odney Terry 87, 171, 144, H 4 E John T ierney 171 Edwin Torres 171, 142, 159 John Tubridy 34, 172, 163 Peter T uzzo 72, 80, 86, 172 177 M iguel U lloa 172 Lemuel V anC roft 96, 149 172 I 178 A lberto Vargas 86, 109, 110, 1721 164 Sergio V asquez 173 Joseph Verdon 87, 173 Robert W alsh 86, 87, 173 Hugh W elsh 87, 173 Carl W illiam s 87, 112, 113 65 173, 159 Sam W illiam s 174 C hristopher W ood 91, 104 105 107, 174, 133, 143, 183 W alker W ooding 87, 96, 174 128, 151 Frank Y oung 87, 174, 175 Francisco Yu 87, 92, 95, 82 73 I 174 Joseph Zamarra 175 Joseph Z am pella 145, 175

JU NIO RS Ray A bdelm alak 56, 101, 129 Ilyas A bdur-R ashed 87, 104, IO5 B 107 G ilbert A bergas 58, 66 A lbert A breu 59, 72, 67 A nton io A dan 60, 138 M ichael A ffinito 57, 64, 61 M ichael A hern 45, 62, 81, 86, 9 2 B M ichael A lbanese 63, 83, 109 Todd A llen 56, 64, 128, 129 D avid A lston 57, 104 Arthur A nderson 58, 83, 89 G eorge A lvarez 34, 64, 59, 77,

120, 118 W illiam A yerbe 60. 95, 111 Jan Babula 61, 86 Joseph Bardzilowski 34, 109. Iiofl 62, 79 Kevin Bauman 63, 104 Daniel B erardinelli 34, 83, 86, 56, 66, 114, 115 Joseph Bernardo 57 Jam es Bertotti 42, 58, 73, 80, 86 H Joseph B occassini 48, 59, 84, 1 3 8 |j| David Bodson Robert Brancatella 6, 86, 61. 77, H 111. 129 Eric Brown 62 Joseph B ucci 10, 59, 63, 104, 124, 79, 125 W illian Budin 56, 72, 85 David Burokas 72, 73, 57, 126 John C arbone 58 Stephen C arluccio 59, 86, 129 Peter C ashin 42, 60, 72, 80 D avid C astrovinci 61 G eorge C epeda 62, 86, 87, 114, I 116 Chris C hirichella 63, 116 G eorge C how anec 56 G ary C hoynow ski 57 Robert C larke 57, 58, 124, 137 I Christopher C ofone 59, 74, 78, 7CH


R icardo C ordero 6 0 , 8 6 , 102, 130, 118, 114 V incent C orso 61 Peter C resci 34, 6 2 , 6 5 , 73, 86 91, 109, 133 Robert C resp o 6 3 , 138 M ichael C u n n in gh am 5 6 , 82, 83 , 70, 74 Joseph D ’A gu i 57 Florindo D ’A m e lio 58, 114, 115 Jam es D e A n g e lo 7, 5 9 , 92 A nth ony D e lP ia n o 60 Josep h D e M a r c o 6 1 , 104, 107 Jonathan D e M ic h a e l 62 Sh eld on D e S o u z a 4 8 , 63 John D illon 56 Jonathan D orch 5 7 , 66 C hristopher D oria 5 8 , 101

109, 79 J esse H ow ard 34, 59, 76, 87 S tep h en H udik 60, 129 G eo rg e H u d ock 61 66 Josep h Ippolito 62 111 D arin Jaso v sk y 63 G regory J effrey 4 5 , 56 , 76 D avid Jen sen 57 R ichard Jon es 58, 78 R obert K akoleski 38, 59 J effrey K ellner 1 60, 88, 104, 136 M ich a el K elly 61 M ich a el K ing 62, 120 , 8 R ichard K leid 63, 104 John K osen sk i 56, 67 Edw ard K ostrzew a 57, 89 K enneth K ozlow sk i 3 8 , 58, 126,

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Bob Brancatella puckers up for the camera. Step h en D orry 10, 9 8 , 67 M atth ew D o v e 6 0 , 6 5 , 78 G eorge E nderle 6 1 , 109 S c o tt E ngelken 77 D avid Erla 37 , 5 6 , 8 9 , 67 K enneth E sp in o za 5 7 , 104, 124, 139 A n to n io E vid en te 6 0 , 66 Patrick F ay 58 J am es Finn 83 , 5 9 , 89 Peter Finn 6 0 , 9 8 , 74 M ark F orrester 61 Pete^-Er-oehlich 6 2 , 6 5 , 8 4 , 85, 94 , 74 Kerry F ryczynsk i 3 4 , 6 3 , 86, 112 , 113, 134, 128, 75 S c o tt F u gel 56 , 95 V ictor G a llo 36, 5 7 , 86 T ro y G a m b le 58, 73 C hristopher G arcia 4 8 , 49 79, R en ato G ia c c h i 11, 6 0 , 109, I 116 M auro G ia n g re g o r io 61 D avid G ib lin 6 2 John G iv e y 63 M ark G io rd a n o 56 Peter G iz z i 57 , 9 2 , 67 G eorge G m itro 7, 58 N e lso n G o n z a le z 11, 59, 104, 124, 125 Bryan G ran elli 11, 3 4 , 6 0 , 64 79 G avin G u n tn er 61 N e er a j G u p ta Peter H a le c k y 6 3 , 135 W illiam H an n ah 3 4 , 5 6 , 6 3 . 120 ,

|1 1 8 Erik H arrison 5 7 , 7 6 , 9 2 , 94, :• 120, 118 S c o tt H art 58 , 96 John H a y ser 4 9 , 6, 6 1 , 8 6 , 11,

C h risto p h er K roeper 40, 59, 92 A n d rew Krupa 6 0 , 96 R o b ert L ago 6 1 , 112 S c o tt L appin 6 2 , 88 Peter L esko 63 E m m an uel L iw an ag 56 John L opis 4 9 , 57, 126, 127 J oh n L o w th o rp e 7, 5 8, 6 6 , 136 G len L u c k jiff 9, 5 9 , 6 8 , 84 , 85, 9 8 , 67 R ichard L ugo 6 0 D ervis M a g istre 6 1 , 138 L arry M a leszew sk i 62 A n th o n y M anrique 63 Larry M arsh all 4 0 , 5 6 , 130 J o se M a rtin e z 5 7 , 64 C h ristia n M cC o rm ick 58 R o b ert M cG ra th 59, 112, 116 W illia m M cL a u g h lin 4 0 , 60 M ark M eh ler 61 A le x M erca d o 6 2 , 8 7 , 109, 111 M a tth e w .M ic h a lik 6 3 , 69 , 92 , 74 T h o m a s M ille r 56 M ark M irov 57 J o sep h M iselis 5 8 , 5 9 , 112 113 B en jam in M o n sera te 86 , 87] 76, 9 4 , 5 9 , 138 O b ed M orales 62 R am on M orales 5 1 , 6 0 , 86, 87 J oh n M u lca h y 6 1 , 112, 128 T h o m a s M urphy 6 2 , 83, 95 , 74 J oh n M yhre 6 3 , 92 F a w a z N e sh e iw a t 6 2 , 56 , 83 , 86 124, 129 M ich a el N e sto r 57, 92 A n to n io N e to 58 T a m N g u y e n 5 9 , 87, 98 , 99 R onald N o v ic io 8 6 , 87 T im o th y O ’D o n n ell 6 1 , 49 R am on O liv ero s 4 2 , 62

D avid O w ens 57, 6 3 , 74 , 116 R aul P adilla 56, 86 , 94 Joseph Parrillo 57, 86 M ukesh Patel S8 Jam es Peko 59, 8 6 , 129 C arm elo Pereira 60 , 65 R ichard Peters 61 . 72 , 87, 92 A lfo n so P etrillo 1 1, 6 2 , 104 Peter P ow anda 40 , 63 D ave R am sum air 56 John R eilly 61, 73 Jason R ichardson 13. 4 0 , 3 8 , 73 112, 113, 128 Joel R ivera 59, 87 Edw ard R om ero 61 , 104, |3 8 John R oskow ski 62 , 104 A n to n io R uibal 49 , 63 , I I I S tep h en R ussell 56, 64 , 126 J am es S ald an a 34, 57 Josep h S alo m o n 58 V in cen t S am b a d e 59, 95 M ich ael Sam ra 60 , 116, 117 O rland o S an tan a 11, 5 8 , 6 1, 111 Peter Saw yer 3:7, 62 , 73, 89, 98, 67 , 74 , 75 John S c a n lo n 63 , 69, 116 Paul S ch o n en b erg er 56 C hristopher S h am b u rg 57 , 40 , 92 J am es S h eeh an 58 R od n ey S h ip m an 3 4 , 59 O rest Siryj 13, 60 , 130 E dm und S k u p ien 67 Patrick S lo y a n 49, 62 , 98 G regory S p in c o la 56, 58, 86 John S p o sa to 57 R ufu s S troth er 10, 58 G eo rg e S u a re z 59 F rancis S u lliv a n 60 A rm an d o T abora 6 1 , 93 D anny T an 62 , 79 S a m u e l T a n tu ico 63 G e o r g e T avolara 56 , 62, 126, 127 T om as T em p rosa 57, 138 T erren ce T h om as 58 , 63 , 88, 120, 118 D am on T im old i 42 John T obin A rvin T od d 34 , 60 , 121, 118 Paul T om ak a 6 2 , 126 H e c to r T orres 63 N a ta lie T ripodi 56, 66 Jam es T u oh y 57 L ouis V alan zola 42 , 58, 63 G e o r g e V aldivia D avid V argo 60 , 86 , 137 G regory V ig g ia n o 57 , 6 1 , 104 A n g e l V illan u eva 6 2 , 65 , 81 K hanh Vu 63 , 96 Josep h V u cak 56 J o se W agk 57, 87 E rn esto W allerstein 58 C h ristop h er W elsh 59 S tep h e n W illis 60 , 133 R ob ert W on d olow sk i 59, 61 , 104 R aul W on g 62 R oger W o o d y 63 , 97 K erim Y a c o u b 56 C h u n g Y i 57 , 87

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A ldenys A costa 44 , 114, 115, 116 Edward A ddvensky 1 1, 86 46 72, 74, 79 A n th on y A guiar 48 M ichael A hn 49 , 87, 93, 111, 78 Joseph A m brosio M ark A m b rosio 50, 51 John A p ru zzese 52 Brian A rch er 53, 83, 122 M arco A rriaga 54, 86 A n th on y A rtificio 55 R afael Bautista 47 , 78 R o g elio Bautista Fernando B ayona 48 K eith B ellinger 49 , 94 K evin Bertotti 50 F rancis B etkow ski 51, 72 , 80, 66 74, 114, 116, 198 S tep h en B iernacki 52 R ichard B ludgus 53 Jose B onet 54 John B oushay 55 O w en Brady 46 Francis B riam onte 47, 126 Patrick Brunner 48, 122 Brian Bucher 49 D eric B urgess 50, 97, 104 Peter Burke 51 V incent Burke 52 K yle Butler 53 M ark Byrnes 54 Jonathan C am aya 46 M ich ael C antelm i 47, 72 R alph C arbone 48 Joh n C arlson 49 J effrey C asler 50, 116 N e lso n C epeda 50, 51, 86, 14 B illy C handra 52, 96 , 79 D avid C hecorski 53 D avid C hian g 54, 81 V ictor C h irich ella 55 W illiam C inurchin 46, 86 S a lv a to re C ioffi 47 Josep h C o lla z o 48 , 81 K enneth C om an d atore 49 C hristopher C onklin 50 Paul C o stello 51 M ark C ozin e 52, 74 M ich ael A . C row ley 7, 53, 130 M ich ael J. C row ley 54 E m er C ruz 55, 135 W illiam C uevas 46 M ich ael D andorph 4 7 , 77, 104 W ildred D angsil 49 D onald D an tzler 50, 87 Joshua D ech ter 51 A n th on y D eF in o 52 A n th on y D ella R o sa 53 , 81 S tep h en D ello S tritto 48 , 54 S a m D eL u ca 55 , 1:27 C hristian D el V ecch io A rthur D el V esco v o 47 , 124 John D e R o se 48, 68, 104, 79 M arc D izon 49 M ich ael D o o d y 50 John D ubon 51, 104, 137 Patrick D unn 52 S tep h en D u tk iew icz 52 Philip D uvalsaint 54, 67 D ou glas E astm an 55, 122, 130 C hristopher F alco 4 6 , 52, 83, 122 T h om as Fardellon e 47

Lighten up fellas!


T onio Favetta 48 Joseph Feeney A nthony Ferraro 7, 50 Andrew Festa 51 Kevin Fitzhenry 6, 52, 72, 76, 126 Andrew Florento 46, 53 M ichael R. Flynn 54, 122 M ichael S. Flynn 55, 83, 118 John Fontana A rnaldo Forte 46, 136 Howard Frank 47 Sandro Frattura 48, 81, 111 M anuel G alang 8, 49, 94 Daniel G allagher 50 Joseph G iannella 52 Henry Gil 48, 53, 83, 94, 74 Stephen G m itro 54, 126 Ivan G om ez 8, 1 1, 55 Jam es G ood R obert G oodall 47 Edward Grabow ski 48 D ouglass G ronda 49, 88, 104,

Carm ine L ancellotti 45, 104 Eugene Landino 49 John Landis 50, 83, 92 Daniel L avecchia 51, 126 Brian Lawlor 53 Robert Leahy 52, 1 16 Joseph Lecow itch 54 Sang Hun Lee 55 Edward Lubas 46 Raym ond Luistro 47 Leonard Luizzi 48, 70, 137 Jam es M ackiew icz 49 Brian M ahoney 137 Louis M anchisi 51 Joseph M ancino 104, 52 Peter M ango 53, 95 M atthew M annion 54, 87 Sean M atthew s 6, 46, 111, 137 Mark M auriello 28 Jam es M cD erm ott 48 W illiam M cD onald 49 Daniel M cG ouran 50 M ichael M cG rath 51, 116

“ Buy ya a drink sailor?” A lexander R am os 54 Steven R apacki 46 Joseph R aslowsky 55, 69, 109,

111 A m it R astogi 93, 94, 78 Frederic R egenye 7, 94, 101 David R eiser 48 Jesus R evilla 34, 49, 78 O rlando R eyes 50 T hom as R iley 2, 36, 51, 122 A nthony R om ano 52 Frank R om ano 54 Frederick R om ano 53, 74, 138 Theodore R om anowski Stephen R om ero 46 Arthur R osa 74 R ichard R oscelli M ichael R udner 49 W illiam Rushforth 51, 104 Sean R ussell 55 R ichard R usznak 52 Kenny Sab ogal 53, 65, 83, 86,

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Just can’t keep a good meal down! 124 Paul G rundling 50, 78 C raig G uarente 51 Joseph G uarino 52, 109 Lain G utierrez 53, 94, 78 Robert H ager 54 D aniel H anifin 55 D aniel H anks M artin H art 47 John H ealy John H enkes 46 , 49 M elvin H ernandez 50 Charles H ow lett 88 Steven H um m ell 52, 129 Keith Huryk 53, 137 Stephen Inn 54, 128, 129, 78 M atthew Jablonski 3, 55, 73 R obert Jablonski 96 G erom e Jordan 4 7 , 129 A lexander Jurgeleviciu s 48 John K ashuba 49 Kevin K elly 50, 79 G len K elton 51, 76, 83, 94, 122, 130 D avid Kern 47, 78 M ichael K ilkenny 55, 114, 118 M ok W oo Kim 53, 111 E rnesto K irchgassler 54, 109 C hristopher K otsopulos 46 Steven Kram er 4 6 , 126 David LaBruno 47

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T hom as M cV icar 53, 72, 93, 74 Paul M ercante 54 A lan M olina 55 Kevin M orris 46 R obert M ulholland 48 Sean M ullins 49 Kevin M unoz 136 A nth ony M usante 51 M elvin N am n am a 52 W illiam N e a fse y 53 W ilbur N e a l 8, 54, 87, 104 R obert N esto r 55, 112 R aym ond N ie v es 78 R ichard N isb e t 47, 72, 122, 129, 74 V incent N o la n 48 Brad O hlm uller 8, 49 Step hen O ’N e ill 50, 116 R onald Panico 51 G eorge Papadakis 52, 95, 78 John Paradine 53 R obert Pelier 54 Richard Pena 55 A n ton io Pereira 46 A rnel Perez 47 W illiam Perkins 48, 69, 87, 104 D aniel Peters 49 M ichael Pom peo 11, 50 Stephen Presa 51 C hristopher Prim e 52, 54 D ennis Q uish 53

S co tt Sari 54 A drian Saw czuk 55 John Scanlon 46, 112 Joseph Scheurer 47, 122 W illiam Scheurer 48 Jam es Sch m ittler 49 T hom as S chn eid er 50, 94, 66, 116 C hristopher Scalfan i 11, 104 Keith S c o tt 52 Sean S exton 52 Francisco Silva 54 M ichael Sm arro 81 D onato S o llec ito 54 S ean Som ers 47 . Bryan S ook h oo 49 D avid Southern 49, 122 N ic h o la s Sperduto 50 Jeffrey S tab ile 51, 122 Paul Stanow ski 52 M ark Stappenbeck 53 T hom as Sullivan 54 M ichael S u row iec 54 T hom as T acik 46, 86, 109 N o el T antu ico 47 , 84 D aniel T apia 47, 122 C harles T arantino 49 R aafat T oss 50 C harles T refurt 51 F rancisco T rigo 11, 52, 72, 74, 79 M atthew Turner 53, 138 S co tt T u zzo 54, 122 R odrigo U m ali 11, 55

John Urban 46 S co tt Villa 11, 47 A nthony V illar Kenneth Von Schaum burg 49 1 16, 139 D am ien W addington 50 Keith W all 11, 51, 83, 95, 79 W illiam W ilkes 53, 87, 104 A lfon so W illiam s 54, 104 Daniel W illiam s 11, 55, 96 John W inar 46 Stephen W isniewski 47, 96 John W olleon 48 Kerry W om ack 49, 87, 122 N ich olas W ood 50, 88, 104, 122 Stephen Y autz 51 M arc Y elverton 52, 55, 78 T iberius Zaharia 52, 109 David Zall 54 A lfon so Zamarra 55 Paul Z eller 46, 68, 72, 101, 112, 74, 75, 93

FRESHM EN Juan A costa 36 Feroz A li 38, 93 Sean A llen 39 O liver A nderson 40, 93 John A nsteth 41 Ryan A pplegate 42 M ario Bai 43 M ichael Barbire 44 T hom as Basil 45 Patrick B enzaleski 36, 108, 136 Charles Bible 37, 139 Richard B igelow 38 T hom as Blunda 39 Patrick B occo 40 Mark Borino 41, 84, 85 V ito B rancatella 42 W illiam Bratton 43, 126 Joseph Brennan 44 Sean Brown 45 A nth ony Bruton 36, 123 D avid Bryngil 37 A nth ony Bullock 38 Pasquale BuzzelIi 40 R icardo C aam ano 41 Carl C am poreale 42 Eduardo C anseco Peter C apizzi V incent C apozzoli 36, 45


B ism arck C ara 37 j. S ean C arney 38 R am on C asa is 39 , Edw ard C asa s 4 0 , 108 M ich ael C a steila 41 Edward C asu lli 42 T h om as C a v a liu c c i 43 R o c co C e len ta n o 108 W illiam C e len ta n o 4 4 , 45 116 117 |; J ose C e n te n o 3 6 , 83 A ndre C h an ey 3 7 , 93 J effrey C h risten sen 38 D rew C iok 39 Brian C la n c y 40 | Jason C lark 41 M ich ael C o c c a 46 John C ooga n 4 2 , 112 W illiam C o o n e y 4 3 , 123 Patrick C orcoran D ennis C orw in 6, 4 5 , 123 Jam es C ox 36 Josep h C ronin 37 D aniel C u to la 3 8 , 108 ! A rthur D arragh 39 R aym ond D avis 4 0 , 9 3 , 108 W illiam D ea k y n e 108, 123 D avid D e C ic c o 42 M ich ael D e fen so r 43 M arco D e G ir o la m o 4 4 A llan D ela C ru z 45 G ary D el P iano 36 K enneth D el V e c c h io 3 7 , 88 ■ C h risto p h e r D e N u n z io 38 D onin ick D e P in to 3 9 , 123 r N ic o lo D e P in to 4 0 Biren D esai 41 Edw ard D iA n g e lo 4 2 Jonathan D ille y 4 3 , 7 9 , 116 Ernani D o m in g o 4 4 , 9 3 , 94 M ich ael D o n n elly 45 R ichard D o n o h u e 36 M ich ael D o w n ey 37 M ario D uqu e John E gar 39 , 108 R olan d E lio 4 0 , 93 R onald E lio 9 3 , 94 R oehl E m p esta n 4 2 W illiam s E vans 43 B enjam in E v id en te 41 R ichard F airfield 4 4 Jose F ajard o 4 5 , 6 6 , 116 R oger Fardin 2 , 3 4 R on ald F ergu son 37 C arlos F ern a n d ez 38 T h o m a s Finn 3 9 , 123 D aniel F itzh en ry 4 0 , 4 1 , 108 V eron i F loren to 41 Sean Flusk 4 2 John F o rtu n a to 3, 4 3 , 108 E dw ard F osk ey 4 4 , 93 E dw ard Furrer 45 H arry G aib or 2, 36 M ich ael G a lla g h er 4 5 , 123, 79 M arc G a la ti 37 C hristop h er G a n n o n 3 7 , 126 W illia m G a rg iles 3 8 , 126 R obert G arry 39 B ruce G a te w o o d 46 M ich ael G iffo rd 41 Josep h G ig lio 4 2 M a tth ew G ilv e y 43 J am es G o m e z 1 1, 4 4 S tep h en G o m e z 4 5 , 8 6 , 123 W alter G on siew sk i 36 Peter G o o d a ll 37, 123 K evin G ran elli 3 8 , 111 R ichard G riesh a b er 3 9 , 94 R obert G ruhn 4 0 Frank G u a n ci 41 Josep h G u tierrez 4 2 Luis G u zm an Frederick H an n a 4 3 , 93

John H anu ssak 44, 108 Peter H a rtn ett 4 5 , 108 G eo rg e H enn M ich a el H en n 37, 123, 1 1 6 R alph H ern a n d ez 38, 114, 118 Brian H o ffm a n 2, 39 D avid H opp e Sh aw n H ow ard 4 1 , 123 Jay H u g h es 42 A lb ert H yjek 43 G ilb ert lie s 38 W a lter Illy 4 4 L eon J a b lo w 4 5 , 86, 116 A u stin Jack son 36 C leo n Jon es 7, 37 Ja m es J o y 4 0 M artin J u en g e 38 C hristopher K ane S tep h e n K earns 11, 40 A z im K haw aja 41 C h o o n g K im 4 2 , 111 K eith K norow ski 4 3 , 86 J e ffr e y K ollm er 4 4 , 108, 136 A n d rew K opycin ski 4 5 , 86 H ow ard K orrell 37, 61 T h o m a s K osiba 2, 3 6 , 79 Barry K ushnir 37 G reg o ry K ushnir 3 8 , 86 , 1 16 Paul L ag erm a sin i 39 J e ffr e y L atko 4 0 , 108 R a m m u el L avarro 43 M ich a el L aw less 41 T o m a s L im 39 A le x L iw ag 43 O sv a ld o L loonhart 44 C h risto p h er L ow ick i 45 W a lfred o M a ca w ili 3 6 , 93 K aushal M ajm u dar 37 R ichard M a n g o n e 3 8 , 108 D en n is M a n io n 3 9 , 116 G era ld M a ra fio ti 4 0 J o sep h M arini 41 E dw ard M arkow ski W illia m M a tte y 43 R yan M cD e r m o tt 4 4 T h o m a s M cD o n o u g h 3, 45 P eter M cG u ire 36 V la d im ir M erlu za 37 C h risto p h er M e tc a lfe 38 W illia m M ilite llo 39, 108, 79 W illia m M onisera 4 0 , 108 T h o m a s M o o re 41 G u s M o ra itis 4 2 O lie M o rrissette 4 3 , 8 7 , 93 G a b riel M u lc a h y 44 G era ld M urphy 3, 45 R o b ert M yers 2, 36 E nrique N a k a r 36 E dw ard N a rk o w sk i 4 2 J a c k N a ta 37 H erta N e a ls 3 8 , 8 1 , 93 R ick N is b e t 39, 76, G e o r g e N o la n 4 0 , 126 R o b ert N o lo n itz 41 T h o m a s O ’C o n n o r 4 1 , 93 , 108 Paul O p a la ch 42 C h a rles O rd o n ez 43 R ich a rd O rellan a 44 A rn el O rteg a 4 5 , 111 M ich a el O 'S h a u g h n essy 36 S h a w n O ste n d o r f 6 5 , 114 Frank P a n ta leo 38 S e tu l Parikh 39, 112 In S o o n Park 4 0 , 108 V ipul P a tel 4 1 , 114 Paul P aw low ski 4 2 , 123 P edro Pereira 44 M ark P ieczu rk o 45 J oh n P iersa 36 D an n y P ietru ska 37 E ric P olack E dw ard Polak 3 8 , 108 G e o r g e P on ik 4 0

Josep h P ou eym irou 41 Josep h Preckajlo 42 W illiam Price 43 , 65, 88, 93, 123 D aniel Pronti 45 M ich ael Puque 38 C urtis R aeford 36, 108 T arig R a sh ad -A b d u r 40 , 108 K evin R aslow sky 37, 84, i l l C hristopher R eardon 38 M atth ew R eilly 39, 83 A ndrew R epoza 40 R obert R ichm on d 41 , 108 A rthur R od rigu ez 43, 84, 136 W illiam R odriguez 44 G iovan ni R om an o 45 A lb ert R uia 36 Jared R usm an 37 R obert R utkow ski 38, 40 , 86 Brian S a lm o n 39 P ierre-R ich ard S a lo m o n 40 , 108 D arren S am m artin o 41, 108 L incoln S an d er 42 N u n o S a n to s 43 , 111 W ilfred S a -O n o y 37 D onald S ch roed er 44 C harles S ciarra 45 G eorge S c o tt 36 L am ont S h ip m an 37, 64 , 87, 93, 108, 139 J ose S im a o 38 C harles S in inski 39 John S itty 40 C hristopher Sp inner John S ta n c za k 42 , 108 D arren S ta n zia n o 43 Brian S tefa n s 44 A u stin S tu b a u s 45 M atth ew S typ a 42 , 112 C arlos T abora 36, 93 R egin ald T a n te o 37, 1 11 Joh n T h orn in g 38 T odd T ietch en 39, 108 J am es T oy T h o m a s T u oh y 42, 108 T h om as T urner 43 Jeffrey T u z zo 44 , 72 , 74 R anniel U m a li 45 M ark U sa r z e w icz 36, 86, 123 Josep h V alen te 37 J am es V alvis 38 Paul V an O rden 39, 40, 101 Luis V a ssallo 40 P atrick V au gh an 41 S e r g io V lacich E lnardo W eb ster 43 , 108 J am es W eisn er 44 D arren W elsh 45 G regory W ern ock T h o m a s W illiam s 37 , 93 D arin W illiam son 38 M atth ew W illis 39, 109 D on ald W ilson 4 0 , 93 R ob ert W o lo w itz 108 N a th a n ie l W o o ten 42 , 93, 67 T h o m a s Z im m erm an n 43 John Z upk o 4 4

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Bro. J. W uss, S .J. 17 M r. G. B ellotti 6, 17. 1 0 4 . 106 M rs. M . R iordan 17, 32 M rs. H . A rgylean 32 Rev. R. B alduf, S .J. 4, 5, 29 Rev. J. Bauer, S.J. 26 Rev. E. Beck, S.J. 29 M r. M .J. Berkow itz 31 M r. T. B iondo 14, 22, 46 , 7 2 76

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M r. j . C am pion 7, 18 M r. J. C asey 14, 18, 23, 80 Bro. R. C ilia, S .J. 33 Mr. H. D am m er 25, 122, 15 Mr. K. D andorph 6, 20. 101 M iss M . D eC resce 27, 49 , 95 , 15 M r. C . D eL oren zo 22, 25 M rs. D. D erise 28 M r. M . D eS tep h an o. S .J. 11, 28, 36, 97, 1 12, 15 M r. J. D iG iacom o 139 R ev. E. D olan, S .J . 23, 37 M r. M . D oyle, S .J. 25, 96 M rs, C . D w yer 30, 84 M rs. J. F itzgibbon s 32 R ev. J. Foley, S .J. 23 M r. L. Fordellone 28, 15 Sr. G . D olores, S .C . 30 M r. J. G aliastro 14, 23 M iss A . G arcia 7, 14, 28, 15 Bro. T. G arvey, S .J . 7, 29, 89, 71 M r. M . G ray 22 Rev. F. H am ill, S .J. 23 Bro. P. H arrison, S .J. 33 R ev. L. Hitt. S .J. 18 M r. J. H oran 19 M r. R. H ow ard 14, 21 Dr. R. K ennedy 18, 25 Mr. M . K enny 6, 14, 29, 122 M r. W . K oszyk 19, 39 M iss B. K ozlow ski 26, 78 Mr. F. L am artine 22, 52, 86 R ev. D. L eder, S .J. 30 M r. J. L loyd 22, 15 R ev. W . Lundy, S .J. 6, 21 , 41, 9 7 , 116 M r. T. M aus, S .J. 31, 126 M r. R. M cG u in n ess 21 R ev. F. M cN a m a ra , S .J. 29 M r. D. M errick 26 M rs. M . M oll 25 R ev. J. M ullin, S .J. 7, 24, 31 M r. R . M u lvih ill 31 R ev. T. 0 ’C on n or,S .J. 14, 26 M r. J. O 'N e ill 7, 24, 27 , 87 R ev. H. O pp ido, S .J. 23, 42 M rs. R . Paw likow ski 32 Mr. M . Q uillin 24 Mr. R. R analli 27, 124 R ev. E. R aulli, S .J. 19, 25 M s. G . R eneau 32 M rs. K. R iordan 32 M r. C. R oon ey 20, 43 M iss E. R oque 20, 44 M rs. D . R ussell 32 Mr. L. S ilvestris 139 Rev. E. S n yder S .J. 14, 29 M r. J. T aesch ler 7, 27 M r. J. T am bu relli 31, 79 R ev. J. T h om p son , S .J. 19, 45 M r. M . T unn ey, S .J. 19, 55 , 81, 91, 115 R ev. H . U n terein er, S .J . 14, 22 Mr. L. V avrina 28 , 15 Mrs. J. W ard 30 R ev. Dr. E. W ebb 24 M iss A . W ozn iak 21 E thel W ynn 32 M iss B. W ysock i 20

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The is similar to putting together^ jigsaw puzzle of rr^tt||ries. We, the editors M ptxazle. In the future, we, along with our classmates.IwilUlook to this book as p 4 ^ h H H | years:.*We hope w^have effectively captufldkhe spirit of our f o u i ^ ^ H n t Prep. we^ftave dedicated endless hours after scndoL We have argued a ^ ^ H f t t e d in sea rc h of the right l<yk- Yet. QiA watk seemed to be more a laborlof love than an unple&sant task. W-e are for this QppdrttiAhy to record,N.our^hi|h school memories. \ ha^^ ^ e y ^ r a B n ld it not been fo rliie assistanccand encouragem ent of m any to whom -F irs t,'.ja r^ ^ p k J .lik a td thank N|r. A ndy M urro. our publisher’s representative. His gu id a n c e ^ ^ H B p fcn o b v$th ‘*Tl}e ci^s' ’ is deeply appreciated. Tfeere a K ^ h e r s w h o m >;% e ^ W d also like to t h ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ u z z ® fdr donatin g th e 'd a rk ro a m eoj^pm ent which cam e in very h a n { ^ ^ B y d a ,.j^ y his advicc, support identifying sOWe iink’fiQwn :J3®StB|>hai!p^nd ^ .^ y .- C o ^ ^ K n , for thei^ smiling f i ehi t fped u p o u r k lfej^ d a y s V © ^ ^ S ^ ^ g |^ '> ^ ^ ^ t i ;(^utlrigvp lsi^res o^ f e . football:^ a m ; F^the|j B r o w n i n g ; ;u ^ 3 p &^ ®;j Bdpk fof Wljat « r a e d j £ i i S |p h e y is & t o m fz ,fo r ijdinating our c o v ^ ^ ^ ^ H M a $ S a p p r e ^ t h i ,e r . Tom Bidodo, fo r':t ^ «s%.wSti|r H .^ K ''p J ip to s ^ n < | hjs c fts ro o m ; Ethel W ynn, f c ^ ^ B p ^ ^ l y p r e e t i n g ^ l i i i c o n s t a ^ ^ c ^ f ^ s m e n t ; M l-. Ricit for leaviqg f i m .w fg sy ig room open for our j n H p l ^ o ^ E i l l g a m k ;''» K l lastly, t o a lr ^ O ^ ttg p a t^ tS v .fo r their understanding! patience &id support.

owe 6 u r t o our m o ^ t e ; ^ M r:v ^ i^ ae l:'.,^ n n ey v;S .J. W itlout “ E iig lft’s” help, this fy & jg jj& m A a-itoursfifforjs ^ ) o j d j|av e been futild. it Was- wo#king in the d ark rc# ® i> rin g iB us dinner, or nu 11 infr’n ^ r w f f f r n B ^ m t i c I th R a v f t 1s his complete 1<^ and fr%ndship. Weilove him a n l ftev e r'S w 'o rg et him.


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