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Christian Brothers' College
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Parade Preparatory College
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TO THESE OLD BOYS VOWED TO GIVE
THEIR LIVES FOREVER TO GOD IN THE RELIGIOUS CONGREGATION OF THE CHRISTIAN
BROTHERS, NOW WORKING THROUGHOUT
AUSTRALIA, OR ENIOYING IN ETERNITY THE
REWARD OF SEEING GOD, WI: DEDICATE
THIS "PARAD:AN. 1963",
Especially do we wish to honour the oldest
ChrIstian Brother in the world. third on this
board. Reverend Brother J. C. Fenwick, now at
Geelong in his 95th year.
"If, under God, an ordination comes first from the
family of the priest, and then, from those who taught
him religiously, the Brothers have played a double
part, for they have taught and helped to form the
fathers of the priests' families as well. \Vhat an
essential part they take in the life of the Church!"
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N1r. Frank l\olount. President Old Paradians,
'63.
BOARD OF HONOUR
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PARADE COLLEGES
(Under
the Patronage of His Grace Archbishop Mannix, His Grace Archbishop
Simonds and His Lordship Bishop Fox.)
PIUNCIPAL:HEV. BROTHER J. S. NASH, B.Sc., A.A.S.A.
VICE-PRTh'CIPAL:
REV. BROTHER L. A. NELSON, D.A.
STAFF
Rev. Dr. W. Moloney, B.A. (Senior Master).
Rev. Br. J. English (Bursar).
Rev. Dr. E. J. Robinson; Hev. Br. I. H. Manion, B.A.,' B.Ed.; Hev. Dr. J. S.
.\JcDowell, D.A.; Rev. Dr. T. W. Dean, B.A., DIp.Ed., L.R.S. (Rome);
Rev. Br. B. W. Fitzhardinge, B.A., Dip.Ed.; Hev. Br. G. A. Green, B.Sc.;
Hev. Br. B. D. Coldrey, Mr. J. F. Gregor, Mr. ~l. P. Rahilly, .\Ir.
M. C. Hickey, Mr. K. V. Farrelly, Mr. B. Greaves, .\Ir. A. F. Pisani,
Mr. E. J. Boyle.
Assisting
Teachers:
Mr. Paul Hill (Speech),
~Ir. Steve Hart (Physical Edu-
cation).
Rev. Father Penn Jones.
Rev. Father John .\Iullaly.
ChaplailIs:
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SludelllJ
Col/ege
CaptailI:
W. Scott (Hughes),
L. Foster (Lynch).
HOl/se Captains:
T. Killen.
A. Miach (Bodkin), T. Killen (Treacy),
L. Foster, P. Ruff, G. Poull<l, W. Scolt, A. Miach, D. Anderson, P.
Gill, J. Sexton. P. Entwistle, T. Ryan, D. ~lcCrohan, P. Priestley, A.
Macdonald, N. Vincent, T. Barker.
Prefects:
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j:Jrel'araforfl
Cofte'}e
PRI"CIPAL: REV. BROTHER V. F. ~IONAGLE.
VICE-PRIKCIPAL:
REV. BROTHER D. E. ZOCH.
STAFF
Rev. Dr. K. J. Broderick, B.A.; Rev. Br. T. X. Hann; Mr. K. L. .\Iorlon, .\Ir.
J. S. Mulcahy, B.A.: 1IIr. A. Hegarty, B.A.
Chaplail/:
Hev. Father D. Gannon.
~Irs. .\Iacdonald, I\Irs. O'Neill.
.'.Iiss T. Downes, L.RA.D.
Singing: Mr. B. Fitzgerald, Dip.MlIs.
Assistil/g-Accompallistes:
Folk Dancing:
My Lord Bishop, Rev. Fathers and Brothers, Ladies
and Gentlemen.
On behalf of the staff and students of the Christian
Brothers' Colleges at East Melbourne and Alphington,
I present the school report for 1963.
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Staff Changes
The new year brought with it its usual staff
chanses.
Bro. K. K. O'Donoghue, who had been
Vice-principal during 1961 and 1962, was called upon
by the Provincial Council of the Christian Brothers
to take over the very responsible position of Acting
Novice-master.
In his two years at Parade Br.
O'Donoghue had carried a heavy burden of Matricuhtion and Leaving Certificate language subjects with
kindliness, devotion and efficiency. He directed the
Soda~ity of Our Lady, was Editor of the "Paradian".
and with other minor portfolios he contributed a
great deal to the welfare of Parade and we are very
grateful to him. May God bless his new work
abundantly.
Br. J. U. Frawley, who had been on the staff since
1956, was appointed Superior of St. Mary's Technical College, Geelong. Br. Frawley had spent most
of his time at Parade teaching Intermediate Classes
with great efficiency, and the study habits that the
boys formed under his guidance helped them considerably in future years. As singing master. his
massed choir items on Speech Night were a feature;
he was very active as cricket coach, and, in addition
to these functions. carried out the duties of College
Bursar. He wi!! be remembered with gratitude. Let
us not forget these two Brothers in our prayers.
During the Second Term Br. D. B. O'Grady was
selected to proceed to higher Religious Studies at the
Lateran University in Rome. This is an honour and
an opportunity given to relatively few. Br. O'Grady
has been a great force at Parade and we all wish him
well in the Eternal City.
Br. Nelson who returned to the Parade staff this
year is no newcomer. He is an "Old Paradian" and
was a senior member of the staff
two other occasions. He has taken over many of Br. O'Donoghue's
duties. With him came Br. English from Yarraville.
Br. English is known to many parents for he is a
former Principal of ~'1t. Carmel College, Middle
Park, and many of his former pupils have come on
to Parade for Leaving and Matriculation.
Br. English
has assumed many of Be. Frawley's functions. Finally
Mr, E. Boyle. who had been a very successful parttime History Master for several years, took on the
full~time mantle of Senior History Master. 'Ve cordially welcome these new members to Parade.
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The Schools
There was no change in the structure of the schools
from 1962. The school is working at its maximum
capacity for efficient organisation.
forty pupils per
class being considered an absolute maximum for
classes above Form 11. with much fewer in many
Leaving and Matriculation
subjects. There are 670
pupils in the Senior School, 109 in three Matriculation Forms; 150 in four Leaving Forms; 164 in four
Intermediate Forms; 193 in five Proficiency Forms
and 54 in Form II; in the Junior School there are
414 pupils.
I must emphasize here the need for home cooperation in the doing of homework and the learning
of lessons. It seems to me that many of the boys
in Forms IV and V are taking their studies very
casually. As our waiting list is large, particularly
for Form V, we cannot in justice allow such boys
to remain at Parade if they fail in their examinations.
In some cases there may be a justifiable reason for
failure; but in most instances it is due entirely to
laziness.
Television
from Monday
to Thursday
should be forbidden; it continues to be one of the
chief causes of failure in school work. If your son
is in the Senior School and is not spending an "absolute minimum of two hours each evening- at his
studies, there is neglect somewhere and you should investigate the position, if you wish your son to progress.
During the year a panel of Old Paradian Architects
and Engineers under the presidency of Mr. A. R.
Stella, RArch., A.R.I.RA., was appointed to prepare
plans for the reorganisation
and extensions to the
existing buildings to provide long overdue science
facilities, and accommodation
for the Proficiency
Classes on expiry of our lease on the P.L.e. Building
in December 1965. At the same time the panel is
preparing plans for extensions at the Preparatory
College which will take its students on to Form III
in 1966. Drawings of these projects will be available early in the new year, and we look forward '\I;itb
confidence to enthusiastic support from all t~ whom
Parade should be dear.
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The School Spirit
It seems to me that a happy spirit pervades the
school and that for the most part the boys appreciate
the aims of Catholic education, take part keenly in
their school activities and approach their work in a
cheerful manner. This is due largely to t;,e fact that
the parents and teachers are in agreement on Chris~
tian Principles and realise the need to protect their
children Cram the spirit of false independence that is
so prevalent today. Education aims to prepare a lad
to live a life of Christian independence, the ability
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class
leaders
ill
Studies
QJta
ReligioUJ KnowledQe
From Left,-Back
Row: A. Audley, ]. Leonard, R. Spagnolo, K. Tieomt'>'. ]. O'Shea, D. Quinn. M. Rom:, M. De Vercelli,
F. DueA. T. McQueen.
Second Row: ~1. Bonadio, T. Toohey, P. 110rao, ]. Chiern. F. Rosbrook, S. Romanski, P. Dowling, B. Smyth, P. Lawrie,
]. Proictto. V. Mt.-Guinnt'ss.
Seafed: S. Mf'Rd, S. Clarke, A. McNab, V. Stella. G. Glab. P. Pellegrini, K. ~follaglt'. A. Mariani, P. Lazzari.
to stand on his own feet - to live in society in a
spirit of Charity and co-operation,
with his own
physical and mental faculties fully developed in
harmony with Christian Principles, with the ideals of
a son of God. The boy is only ready for independence when he is mature enough to use it in accordance with God's will; that is in a manly, unselfish
way. But. until the boy develops this maturit~; of outlook. the parent and teacher must oppose strongly
his adopting the cults of the irresponsible elements in
the community, who act as if they must acknowledge
no standard but their own, who recognise the author~
ity of neither God nor man; and might J add that
those few boys whose behaviour falls short of our
Christian standards are usually those whose hair
styles and extremes in clothing give evidence of this
false independence. Parents. please do not think such
attitudes are innocent and harmless; they are often
the thin edge of a wedge. Take a stand. insist on
your parental rights, accept your obligations, and do
do not leave all such discipline to the school.
And here it is appropriate to remark that. in the
matter of dress. the school uniform seems to be
considereJ by some to be quite secondary in im.
portance - almost a necessary evil. It is often found
that boys who are well provided with smart casual
wear, check trousers, loud shoes and duffle coat,
seem to be unable to set themselves up satisfactorily
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with the prescribed uniform (including overcoat). If
a school-boy must have an overcoat, why not a
school overcoat? We regret such trends because it
indicates a lack of respect towards their school and.
it allowed to grow would lessen the reputation of
Parade which at present stands deservedly high; and
we ask all parents to give priority in future to school
requirements in the matter of clothes.
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Spiritual Re,,"iew
The splTitual side of school life has been well provided for. In the school the boys have, the usual
spiritual foundation of Religious Knowledge, Instructions, Prayers and Special Devotions. The ideals of
Christian
living and Christian
attitudes are constantly kept before them. Following the advice of
$l. Paul, their teachers "Reprove, entreat and rebuke
in all patience and doctrine"; and over and above
there is the regular availability of our devoted Chaplains. Fathers r. Jones, 1. Mullally and D. Gannon.
These priests are constantly with us to meet the
boys, talk to them, hear their confessions and offer
Mass. Morning Mass at the Cathedral at 8 a.m. gives
all an opportunity of daily Mass. At the Preparatory
School, local Priests offer a daily Mass each day
for the different classes. As a result of all these
influences and above all of the good Catholic Jiving
students from various Religiow; Orders impressed on
the boys the advantages and happiness that come from
a dedicated service of God and neighbour.
At the
In June the Senior School made a Spiritual Retreat
of three days. The Matriculation Classes made cnM close of the week we had the joy of welcoming
back. two newly ordained Old ParadiansFrs. John
closed Retreats at "Loyola"; the others made theirs
Murphy and Robert Nink. On Thursday, 1st August,
at school. We are very grateful to Frs. Penn Jones,
Fr. l\Iurphy assisted by Fr. Nink and Fr. Hilton
J. ;\,.fullally. J. Wall. F. Murphy. G. Briglia and P.
Phelan who conducted these Retreats. Similar ReM Deakin. sang Mass for us. and the whole Senior
School s.ang the People's :Mass, assisted by our
treats were held at Flowerda!e under the direction of
Seminary Student Old Paradians who sang the Proper.
Frs. D. Gannon. B. King, K. ~-logg and M. McGrath.
After visiting the College and having lunch. th~
The results of these retreats are always edifying.
Priests visited the Prep. and were welcomed by the
Early this year several of our last year's students
assembled
School.
Congratulations
to these two
commenced studying for the Priesthood.
Peter :Mc- Priests; we pray that God may bless them and their
Kelson. Denis O'Callaghan,
Peter Cross and John
Apostolate.
,McConvill went to Corpus Christi: Dan Stroud and
The Apostolic Spirit of the school was manifested
Alan Behm entered the] esuit Novitiate at Watsonia;
in
the enthusiasm in the various Sodalities. An inM
Terry rVlonagle went to the M.S.C. JUDiorate at
flux
of Intermediate boys into the Y.C.S., the Sodality
Douglas Park; whilst young Old Paradians in the perM
at
Our
Lady and the St. Vincent de Paul Society
sons of Michael Gibson, Brian Sheriden, Joseph Flynn
enabled them to extend their activities. The after
and Michael Wilson, also entered Corpus Christi.
school meetings and the charitable activities that
Bernard Flinn. the Science Dux of 1962. entered our
flowed from them indicated the zealous Catholic
own Novitiate at Lower Plenty. and John Palmer.
spirit of many of the boys. At Flowerdale the Legion
Brian Caven. Greg Cahill. Joe Zanatta and Vladas
of Mary is very active and its influence for good on
Noreika emered our Juniorate
at Bundoora.
We
the school spiritual life is exceptional. Here I would
congratulate all these young men on their generosity;
ask parents to encourage their boys to enter these
may Almighty God strengthen and encourage them.
Sodalities with enthusiasm.
The Catholic Youth
~doration
Society at St. Francis's won the worthy
In July we held a Vocation and Careers' week,
support of many, and every boy in the schoorshowed
much of which was organised by the boys who carried
out their work impressively.
Visits by Priests and an apostolic interest in contributing to Mission Funds.
at home, the boys are. as a whole, devoted to their
Faith.
Cfau Leaders (Preparatory School)
Paul HE'aley (Gr. '0, Anthony Duggan (Form II Green). Peter Stemp, (Gr. 6), Raman Stelmaehin (Form I Green),
Wilham FatreU (Form n Blue), Kevin Princo (Form 1 Blue), Robert Cattanach (Gr. 5).
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Our Stewardship
Whilst on earth, Christ constantly emphasised that
we are God's stewards, that we have to account to
God for all the gifts, material, intellectual and spiritual, that God has given us. You will recall the punishment meted out to the steward in the Parable who
failed to use his talents. If our boys appreciate God's
Fatherhood they will use all their talents zealously
and enthusiasticalIy in full accord with Christ's ideal
of Charity. Their talents will not be allowed to waste
or to be dissipated in the fruitless, materialistic, rat
race of "Keeping up with the Joneses". Parents, aim
high in making your boys appreciate their Christian
dignity as Members of Christ's Body. Encourage
them to a life of useful service, even at school, where
their gifts may be used fully and generously and Dot
selfishly.
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Capta.in
01 College
ANTHONY KILLEN
G
Academic Review
In the 1962 Public Examinations eighty students
passed l\:fatriculation. From these John Bowman won
a General Exhibition. Ken Palmer a Senior Government Scholarship and a Newman Scholarship. and
John Fabre a Newman Scholarship; twenty-eig.ht students won Commonwealth Government Scholarships
and two WOn Free Places. One hundred and thirty
three boys obtained Leaving Cenificates, one hundred
and fifty five passed Intermediate and one hundred
<:nd eighty four passed Proficiency.
Honour
Lists
The Captain of tbe College and Head Prefect is
Tony Killen. Tony has given himself wholeheartedly
to College activities over the years. taking a leading
part in studies, Y.C.S., Cadets and sport, As Head
Prefect he Won the respect of all, not by compromis~
ing on principle but by living up to the high standards that boys look for in their worthy leaders.
Tony was also awarded the G. D. 1\'falouf Trophy
for all round excellence; he was Captain of tbe First
XI and Vice-Captain of the First XVIII.
Assisting Tony as members of the Prefect Council
were Bill Scott, Len Foster, Peter Gill, Graeme
Pound, David Anderson, Tony Miacb, Peter Ruff,
Tom Ryan, John Sexton, Peter Prieslley, Paul En.
t\l,:istle. Alan McDonald.
Terry Barker, Dan Me.
Other awards obtained were thirty nine Junior
Government Scholarships in the Senior and Preparatory Schools, and six State Savings Bank Scholarships worth £40 p.a.
We congratulate all the successful students of 196::!.
and praise their parents for the large part they always
play in helping their children to develop proper attitudes to study.
Though the above results are very encouraging,
there were slill twenly-nine failures in the Matriculation. mostly due to inadequate private study habits
formed (or n01 formed) whilst in earlier Forms. It
i:) a pity that boys should waste their opportunities
in the self-discipline acquired by organised, consistent
so carelessly. Higher studies can be attained only
efforts in earlier years.
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Du't 01 College
PETER SIRGEANT
(Humanities)
Crohan and Noel Vincent. Everyone
of these boys
has given the school his whole-hearted support, and
only in eternity will they appreciate the true worth
of their efforts.
Our Duces for 1963 are Peter Sargeant (Humanities) and Peter Gill (Science). Both are second year
Matriculation
.students of real industry.
We wish
them every .success in their future years.
At Flowerdale the School Captain was J aho Dellamarta. We look forward to his further development
in the Senior School. The joint Duces were William
Farrell and Anthony Duggan. We congratulate them
sincerely.
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II
School Acth'ities
In the education of the whole human personality,
aspects other than the purely academic must be well
provided for; and for all school students their own
school activities are preferable to those which take
them into outside fields and a different environment.
We cannot emphasize too strongly that activities and
clubs composed largely of working youths usually set
unsuitable standards for schoolboys, and they tend to
become restless and discontented.
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In school activities the Religious Societies flourished. Th~re was reguIa~. Debating within the school
and agamst other Colleges.
The whole school took part in regular weekly
sporting activities, swimming, cricket, football and
athletics. throughout the year; the House Competitions offering a challenge to the endeavours of all.
The Preparatory School is particularly well...equipped
for such activities. In Physical Education, Mr. Steve
Hart looks after the interests of the boys well.
In inter-school sport, 1963 brought us further successes, The Parade swimming team comprised of
boys from both Senior and Junior Schools won the
Walsh Shield again, Captain Bill Scott being an inspiring leader. Bill was awarded the Robert Hanlon
Memorial Trophy for outstanding sporting achieve4
ment. The First Xl were co-premiers with St. Bede's.
Tony Killen captained them efficiently, and Peter
Bedford's performances
were outstanding.
Coach,
Br. McDowell ,is' to be congratulated on their success. The First XVIII lost only one competition
match and finished runners-up to St. Kilda. Many
boys competed for the Old Paradians' Athletic Club
in Pennant Athletics, one team winning the- "D"
Grade Premiership of the V.A.A.A.
Two Parade
boys, Kevin Herbert and Fabrizio Bertoli, were State
Champions at the AU-5chools Meeting. Some boys
showed preferences for Tennis and Handball, and a
Parade Tennis Team, sponsored by Mr. John Mulcahy, won the Pennant of the V.C.L.T.A. SchOOlboys
Under 15 Cbmpetition.
At the Preparatory School
there was regular inter~chool sport each week-end.
Their representatives won several tennis trophies in
tournaments conducted by the V.C.L.T.A.
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Dux 01 College
PETER GIlL (Science)
It is encouraging to see the boys taking part in
their sporting activities in the true spirit of the game.
They should' play for the joy of playing, and- the
physical, social and even spiritual development that
games afford. The victory is secondary, and one who
rates it too highly has a false sense of values.'
In early August we sent a group of forty boys to
visit C.B.C., Wakefield Street, Adelaide, for a" weekend of sporting. cultural and social activities. The
boys were billeted comfortably and entertained generously. These trips help to mature the boys and we
are grateful to our Adelaide hosts.
Once again the Eisteddfodau of both Senior and
Junior schools demonstrated the bountiful gifts with
which our young folk are endowed. The boys have
a good appreciation of their gifts and co-operate well
in these activities. The Preparatory School Choir was
selected'lor
the Final of the oPen Choirs Section at
the Christian Brothers Eiste<l.dCo<f;''':Brian Fitzgerald
won the Open Soprano Section 'and M. Dowlan won
his Under Age Section. Weekly-speech' lessons' under
Mr. Paul Hill help the boys to realise the importance
of correct speech.
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", ..., ~ :-..•to
the
This year enlistment ...in"
Cad~is..~as. made
voluntary and I think there' was much more interest
shown as a result. Br. McDowell' and his officers
took the boys to a week-end Bivouac early in the
Second Term, and the":,Annual' Camp in August was
a unique "and stimulating experience for most of the
boys. They have much to gain from enthusiastic
participation
in the Cadets. Those boys who enlist
should be prepared to remain for two years.
College Dances in May and August provided that
link with the Girls' Schools that helps boys develop
Secen
graciously the true Christian respect for women. \Ve
are strongly opposed to school students going to
regular dances, parties, J au Clubs, etc. They should
be entirely forbidden to boys in Forms llr and IV;
they are no part of their normal way of life.
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Our Supporters
In the varied activities of the school we depend
greatly on outside assistance and co-operation. Thank
God we have the Ladies' Auxiliaries, the Old Paradians, and the understanding support of the parents
themselves.
The two Ladies' Auxiliaries are always at our
service. Their functions are not only very helpful
to us financially, but they bring the mothers together
in that unity which is so helpful in upholding the
traditions of Parade. The dances, the sports days, the
parents' nights, and the Ordination days find them doing the necessary household tasks; and, in addition,
their regular sewing days keep the house linen and
the Brothers' clothing in good repair. This year, too,
there was a big drive on bathing caps and sports
bags. Over and above all this we must say ''Thank
you sincerely" to all the ladies who, day after day,
staff the tuck shop at Flowerdale and the two at East
Melbourne.
The Old Paradians'
Association
continued
to
flourish under the Presidency of Mr. Frank Mount,
with Mr. Noel Purcell as Secretary.
The Annual
Communion and Tea, Retreat Day, and Social Functions were all very successful. The Executive entertained the Matriculation
Class at its Graduation
Dinner in December last; and early this year a dc~
lightful Social was provided at "Blyth wood" for the
victorious swimming and cricket teams and their
parents.
Once again the Old Paradians'
Football
Team won tbe "A" Grade Amateur Premiership and
the Reserve Team were Premiers also. Mr. Lou
Arthur continues to be the dynamo and inspiration
for the Football Club. A Ski Club with a lodge at
Mt. Buller has been started; the Athletic Club is
flourishing, and recently Tony Sneazwell won the
International High Jump event at Tokyo with a jump
of 7 ft. 2, ins.
The Association is now faced with the task of
assisting in the organisation of the Bui!ding Appeal,
and I am confident that their assistance will be both
wholehearted and efficient.
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Conclusion
If this Report has been encouraging, and I tbink
it has, an enormous amount of credit must go to the
staffs of the two schools. There has been manifested
continuously
an enthusiasm for the work of the
schools and a harmony of outlook which has considerably eased the burden of administration, partie.
ularly at the time of Br. O'Grady's illness. Our
Brothers and our lay teachers are dedicated not
merely to the informing and development of the intellect, but more particularly to the development of
solid Christian character in each of their pupils. On
your behalf and my own I thank them very sincerely.
May God bless you all, teachers, parents and hoys
with deep spiritual happiness.
-J.
S. Nash, Principal.
HE FEARED ONLY GOD
Pope John XXIII looked beyond the Vatican
to bring Christ to all men. In the history of the
Popes, this vision of his will mark out his reign
as diffeTent, and, in some ways, unique.
Fortv years before we had heard ot this great
Pope. there was one leading us in Melbourne
who dedicated himself to this sublime purpose,
one who strove, by word. prayer, exhortation
and example, to bring Christ to his flock and,
through them, to the nation, who spent his long
life doing good in being "all things to all men."
Our magazine pages were set Jor final publication when we heard 01 the death of our beloved
Archbishop. There is space and time for our
humble and sinceTe tribute.
Doctor Mamdz had a special love for "Parade".
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It was his Cathedral school. Paradians, young
and old, had a deep love Jor him. Profoundly
did they admire him. spoke proudly of him, supported him. Only the years Will show what a
loss Catholic and Christian Australia has suffered with his passing.
Let us, as the best tribute to his memory. be
thorough Christians, pray fOT our country, be
lovingly loyal to the already beloved Archbishop
Justin Simonds whom.' God has appointed to
look atter us in the glorious archdiocese of Mel~
bourne.
Archbishop Mannix is dead with Christ. His
real triumph has come. From his tomb will rise
fOT thousands of us "life and resurrection",
whilst he, purified in his own sacrifice. has gone
to increase the number of the blessed.
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CAPTAIK
OF COLLEGE
DUX OF COLLEGE
THE
MALOUF
(Br. Treacy Cup, from tlze G.P.A.),
ANTHONY
(Br. Lyu,1z Cup, from the G.P.A.) PETER
GILL (Science).
TROPHY
(from
C. D. Malouf,
for Ceneral
Scholastic
KILLEN.
SARGEANT
Excellence),
(Humanities),
ANTHONY
PETER
KILLEN.
Awards
SENIOR COLLEGE
MATRlCULATION
JAMES
Religious Knowledge
O'SHEA
JOSEPH CHIERA
TIMOTHY l-lcQUEEN
.... .
{
(J. A. Gorman Memorial Prizes)
English Expre.ssion ...
PHILIP SUMNER
(Br. McGee Pme)
English Literature
JOHN SEXTOK
(J. B. Gargurevich :o..femorial Prize)
CI ••mistry ....
.... .... HAROLD GIELEWSKI
(Dr. S. J. Newing Memorial Prize)
Latin
JOHN BELL
French
.
.... PETER SARGEANT
British History
PETER SARCEANT
Greek History ...
.... JOHN SEA10N
f
PETER GILL
Pure l\.'lathematics ...
.. I ANTHONY KILLEN
Applied l\.'lathematics
.. DAVID ANDERSON
General Mathematics
.... BRIAN HETHERTON
Physics.
.... HAROLD GIELEWSKI
Googmphy .
CHRISTOPHER
CONNOR
LEAVING
Religious Knowledge
Dux
Second
Third ....
Fourth
Special Prize
Fifth
Sixth ....
Seventh ....
Eighth
Ninth
Tenth
.
CERTIFICATE
( Purple)
. STANISLAUS ROMANSKI
........ KEVIN MONAGLE
WILLIAM LAVERY
STAN McCONVILL
.... SERCIO RIZZI
ALAI' HUBBARD
JOHN MANSOUR
.... JOHN O'SHEA
.... KEVIN ANDERSON
STANISLAUS ROMANSKI
GEORGE ZEKAN
PETER SMITH
( Gold)
and Dux: PAUL PELLEGRINI
.... ROBERT COSTA
ROBERT ANTO:'-lfADES
JOHN NAl-I:'-IIK
..
PHILLIP PERAZZO
..
SERGIO KICOL\CI
....
... PHILIP PERAZZO
CHRISTOPHER
MEAGHER
PHILIP JOHNSON
JAMES GAULT
.... ROBERT KILPATRICK
(Blue)
Religious Knowledge
KEVIN TIERNEY
Dux
"
ALAN McNAB
Second
KEVIN MU:'-IDAY
Third .... .... ....
HENRY LANDINI
Fourth
BRUCE McDONALD
Fifth, Special Prize
BRIAN DONNELLY
Sixth ...
CHRISTOPHER
JOHKSON
Seventh.
..
MICHAEL CORBOY
Eighth
LEO PORTA
Ninth
MALCOLM PIZAnO
Tenth.
..
ANTHONY MURPHY
Christian Knowledge
Second
Third ....
Fourth
Special Prize
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth
:'-linth
Tenth ...
INTERMEDIATE
CERTIFICATE
(Blue)
Religious
Dux ...
Second
Third
.
Fourth
Special Prize
Fifth
.
Religious Knowledge
DENIS QUINN
Dux
.... VALENTINE STELLA
Second.
..
BARRY MEEHAN
Third ...
....
..
RICHARD TREW
Fourth
................
JOHN HENDRIE
Special Prize (Fifth)
Seventh
Eighth
Ninth ...
Tenth...
....
..
{ROGER
BRUCE
CASSAR
SWALLOW
MARTIN SHEALES
JOHN ROBOTHAl-f
.... KEVIN FITZPATRICK
..
1:EVIN HABERMAN
.... {
..
ROSBROOK
LEO CAHILL
STEPHEN CLARK
JOHN ~lcCORl\IACK
.... PETER FIELDS
.
RAnlOND
HORNE
.
.... ENIO ORLANDI
DESMOND FITZGERALD
Si.'.:th
.
AGOSTINO D'ALFONSO
Seventh
........ LEO CAHILL
Eighth
.....
JAMES CULL
Ninth
BRYAN WHITE
Tenth
.. ANTHONY AULSEBROOK
( Purple)
Religious Knowledge .... .... .... BRIAN LEONARD
Dux ....
STEPHEN MEAD
Second
.
..
MICHAEL MAIN
Third
.
..
BRIfu'l LEONARD
Fourth
.
..
PETER JEACLE
Special Prize
.
BRIAN ROBINSON
Fifth
.
.... GERARD CARLIN
Sixth
.
............
PETER KILLEN
ROBIN
BATIT
Seventh
.
.... { BRIAN BUCHANAN
.
.
"
( Creen)
FRANK
Knowledge
Ninth
Tenth.
PETER RUSH
ROBERT STEWART
.
( Gold)
Religious Knowledge and Dux
Second
Third
Fourth
Special Prize
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth.
Ninth
Tenth
ANTHONY MARIANI
STEPHEN OAKLEY
DESMOND LA VERY
.
KEVIN McMAHON
JOHN SCOTT
TERRENCE MORAN
ANTHONY MERCURI
.
PAUL DAFFEY
JOHN scorr
ROBERT ~lORGA>'l
PETER HARDY
.
_
.
.
(Green)
Ikligious Know/edge
MICHAEL ROUX
Dux
.
PETER LAZZARI
Second
....
.
PETER O'CONNOR
Third
.
IAN McNEILL
Fourth
.
GARRY NORWOOD
Special Prize and FifUl
.... BRIAN ROCK
Sixth
MICHAEL JOHNSON
Seventh
.
ANTHONY GIOIA
Eighth
. RICHARD POULSON
Ninth
.
GAVAN BOYLE
Tenth
.... .... ....
.
MICHAEL ROUX
FORM III
( Green)
Religious K"ow/~dge
Dux
Secood
.
Third
Fourth
Special Prize ....
Fifth
Sixth
.
Seventh.
..
Eighth
Ninth
.
Tenth
PETER MORAN
ROBERT SPAGNOLO
PETER MORAN
RUSSELL COSGRIFF
RI:-IO GROLLO
CARLO BUCCELLA
ROilERT PATTERSON
JOHN HOWARD
.... JOHN JORDAN
GRAEME RIDDLE
ANTHONY JOHNSON
.. EUGENE SIRIANNI
(Red)
ANTHONY AUDLEY
.
PETER DOWLING
ANTHONY MORRISSEY
.
JOHN MILESI
PETER BURT
MAURICE DUNNE
TIMOTHY BOOTH
J,.'"EVIN STAFFORD
CHRISTOPHER
ROilil
ANTHONY AUDLEY
BRIAN COOK
Religious Knowledge
Dux
Second
Third
Fourth
.
Special Prize and Fifth
SIxth
.
Seventh ..
.
Eighth
.
Ninth
Tenth
Public
(Blue)
Religious Knowledge
Dux
.
Second
Third
Fourth
Special Prize
Fifth
.
Sixth
.
Seventh.
.
Eighth
.
Ninth
.
Tenth
.
TERRY TOOHEY
MICHAEL BONARDIO
. PAUL HERTZOG
CON MEEHAN
TERRY TOOHEY
GREGORY MAY
.
PAUL NICHOLLS
DAVID HODGKINS
MICHAEL MARONEY
JOHN GILLIGAN
MATTHEW CALDWELL
DENIS ~IOORE
(Purple)
.... BARRY SMYTH
Religious Knolcledge .
MICHAEL DE VERCELLI
Dux
.
....
. NOEL BLANEY
Second
.
.
JOHN SMITH
Third
.
.
NINO GELAIN
Fourth
.
........ PAUL MOBILIA
Special Pri7.e
.
BARRY SMITH
Fifth
.
.
KEN LYNGCOLN
Six
.
..........
ROBERT KONDYS
Seventh
.
........
ROBERT DOWNING
Eighth
........
BRYAN GOOLEY
I\'inth
.... GEORGE BOBrN
Tenth.
( Gold)
.... PAUL LAWRIE
Religious Knowleclge
........ FRANCO DUCA
Dux
.
PETER KISSANE
Second ""
.
........ JOHN HANKIN
Third
,
.... .
TERRY HALt'lES
Fourth
.
................
RALPH BLACK
Special Prize
.
TERRY McVEIGH
Filth
.
,
RALPH BLACK
Sixth
. .
GEORGE MAL~CHOWSKI
Seventh
.
GREGORY MOORE
Eighth
.
PAUL LAWRIE
Ninth
.
. EUGENE SCIPIONE
Tenth
.
FORM II
GEORGE
GLAB
Religious Knowledge
{ VICTOR McGUINNESS
JOSEPH PROJETTO
............
GEORGE GL~B
Dux
.
.... MICHAEL QUINN
Second
.. JOSEPH PROIETTO
Third
.
LEONARD TOSOLINI
Fourth
.
.
LUCIO MARINO
Special Prize .....
.... LUCIO MARINO
Fifu}
.
JOHN WEGNER
Sixth
,.
.. MALCOL~I MORGAN
Seventh
.... GARRY BROWN, COLIN ROBINSON
Eighth.
.... CAESAR RESCENITI
Tenth
Speaking
Awards
SENIOR COLLE{;E
~IATRICULATION
LEAVING
(Br.
(Br. Keniry
HugTles Pri::e, presented
Pri=e)
.
by Mr. ]. G. Gormon,
Q.C.)
..... jOlIN
MICHAEL
SEXTON
O'/I"IEARA
I
f
Cadet
Leadership
(:3rd Cadet Brigade Tropliy)
:\lost Efficient N,C.O.
(Presented
Awards
PETER
....
by .\lr. ,,,r. B. RU8.<;ell)
........
Most Efficient First Year Cadet
Eisteddfod
PRIESTLEY
CEORCE
BRIAN
ZEKAN
LEONARD
Awards
SENIOIt COLLEGE
Male Voice Solo
Open Solo (Soprano)
Under 14 Solo .
ALAN MACDONALD
BRIAN FITZCERALD
MICHAEL KENNEALLY
Sports
Duet
(Open)
ALAN
MACDONALD
BRIAN }<'ITZCERALD
....
{
Awards
SENIOIt COLLEGE
ATHLETICS
R. Hanlon .Memorial Prize .... ... .... BILL SCOTT
Open ....
....
.... PETER RUFF
Under 17
.... BRIAN ROBINSON
Under 16
....
STEPHEN OAKLEY
Under 15 .
EUCENE SIRIANNI
Unde; 14
FABRIZIO BERTOLI
Unde; 13
EDWARD ELLUL
SWIMMING
........
WILLIAM SCOTT
................
MICHAEL ACKLAND
............
JOHN PEOPLES
.... PAUL TIERNEY
........ LEO SCOTT
.... CRAEME WINCH
.
Open
Under
Under
Under
Under
Under
....
17
16 ".
15 ....
14
13
Open
Under
Under
Under
Under
Under
CROSS-COUNTRY
(L. P. Waldroo Cup)
PAUL ENTWISTLE
17
PHILIP CURTIS
16
GRAHAM CARLYLE
15
ROBERT BELL
14
PETER BURT
13
FRANCIS MARTINELLI
TENNIS
Open
Under
.... EDWARD BEERS
JOHN MANSOUR
16 ...
FORM
Religious
Dux
Second
Third
Fourth
Filth
SL,th
Seventh
Eighth
Knowledge
.
..
II BLUE
FRANCIS NOLAN
WILLIAM FARRELL
STEPHEN
CLIFFORD
BASIL NATOLI
PAUL O"CONNELL
JOSEPH PATION
.... STEPHAN KOHUT
.... 10HN O'KEEFE
MICHAEL O'MEARA
Under 15
Under I4
.... JOHN ~l. SMITH
KENNETH
CLYNN
IIANDB,ILL
CHAMPIONS
Open ....
....... EDWARD BEERS
Undcr 16
.... .... ....
.... HENRY LANDINI
Under 15 .
..
~IICHAEL jEACLE
Under I4
..
KENNETH LYNCCOLN
Under 13.
..
EDWARD ELLUL
FOOTBALL
1st XVIII Best and Fairest (O.P.A.F.C. TrophyFirst
LEONARD FOSTER
Second
..
ANTHONY KILLEN
Ist XVIII ~Iost Improved
.. PETER CORDON
Best and Fairest:
Second XVIII
MICHAEL WHITINC
Under 15 XVIII
CRECORY SULLIVAN
Under I4 XVIII
.... KEVIN HERBERT
Under 13 XVIII
JOHN WEGNER
CRICKET
First XI
Batting
PETER BEDFORD
Bowling
..
ANTHONY KILLEN
Under 15
Batting....
.. DENIS O'CONNELL
Bowling.
..
PETER O'CONNOR
Under I4 Xl
DAVID O"BRIEN
Under 13 Xl....
... PETER BURT
Ninth
Tenth
Religious
Dux
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
SLxth
.
..
........
MICHAEL ROSSI
GRECORY S~!ITIl
FORM II GREEN
Knolvledge
JOHN DOYLE
........ ANTHONY DUGCAN
MARK McCARTHY
. .... .... ....
.... JOHN DOYLE
....
JOHN FARMER
.
.. DAVID KISSANE
.
GARY MANSFIELD
EleN'n
Seventh
Eighth
Ninth
Tenth.
JOIL\! ERBREDERIS
BRIAN TOOTH
RUSSELL HUTCHINS
GEORCE STOLFO
.
FORM I BLUE
ReUgiou, Knowledge
KEVIN PRINCE
Dux
l.'"EVIN PRINCE
Second
DENIS CONNOLLY
Third
MARTIN MURRAY
Fourth
DAVID NEAL
Fifth
PETER O'NEILL
Sixth.
.
LAURENCE ROSE
Seventh
CHRISTOPHER HERBSTREIT
Eighth
JOHN FITZSIMO:\lS
Ninth
.
DAVID BYWATER
Teuth
.
ROBERT INC LIS
FORM I GREEN
Religious Knowledge.
TERRENCE O'CO:\lNELL
Dux
:
ROMAN STELMACHIW
Second
.... ~IAREK SWITALA
Third
....
PAUL HETYEY
Fourth
..
JAMES l.'"ELLY
Fifth
....
TIMOTHY LAMBERT
Sixth
..
MICHAEL ~IlFSUD
Seventh
.... ....
.... DESMOND POWELL
Eighth....
..
RONALD EDIS
Ninth....
,'
TERRENCE O'CONNELL
Tenth
BRIAN WISE
GRADE SIX
Religious, Knowledge
Dux
Second ....
..
.... KEVIN LOVE
PETER STEMI'
KEVIN LOVE
Third
Fourth
DAVID BAKER
FRANCIS BRODY
BERNARD HORSLEY
MICHAEL CILL
PETER MILL
FRANCIS SMITH
PAUL LUCY
DUNCAN MATHEWS
Filth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth
Ninth
Tenth
..
GRADE FIVE
Religiou, Knowledge
Dux
MICHAEL DOWLAN
ROBERT CATTANACH
PETER ~leNEILL
{ ANTHONY NEAL
SHAYNE DALEY
.... CERARD O'KEEFE
BRENDAN BARKER
MICHAEL DOWLAN
~nCHAEL- CROTTY
.... CHRISTOPHER LAIRD
.... STEPHEN VERMONT
E'qua I Second
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
Eighth
Ninth
Tenth
.... ...
GRADE FOUR
Religious Knowledge
Dux
Second
Third
...
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
..
Eighth
Ninth
..
Tenth.
..
ROBERT DESMOND
PAUL HEALY
.... JOHN MULLICAN
.... VOYTEK HOLCAR
.... MICHAEL MILESI
.. PETER CARROLL
ROBERT DESMOND
JOHN CRANT
ROBERT PEOPLES
PETER HART
PAUL NIALL
..
Sports Awards
ATHLETICS
Under
9
Under
Uuder
Under
Under
Under
Under
10
11
12
13
14
15
.{
ROGER McDONALD
STEPHEN QUINN
........ MICHAEL ILHES
........ PAUL HERBERT
.... ANTHONY ANNAL
........ PETER BEDFORD
NOEL 1Ie~IAHON
........ STEPHAN KOHUT
SWIMMING
Under 9
Under 10
Under Il
Under 12
Under 13 ....
Under 14
.
................
~fARK CROVES
..
MICHAEL ~lATHEWS
........ KENNETH SCOTT
........ BRIAN WILLIAMS
..
PETER QUINN
JOWl
DELLAMARTA
....
{ MICHAEL JEFFERS
CROSS COUNTRY
Under 9
Under 10
Under 11
................
STEPHEN QUINN
.... JOHN MULLICAN
PETER ~lcNEILL
Eisteddfod
Under 10
Under 11
Under 12
Twet~
.... PETER HART
.... SHAYNE DALEY
.... CARRY CARLTON
Under
Under
Under
Under
12
13
14
15
Under
Under
Under
Under
Under
IO
Il
12........
13
14
. ..
Under
Under
Under
Under
Under
10
Il
12
13
I4
Under
Under
Under
Under
II
12
13
14
........ JOHN KELLY
.... DENNIS CONNELL
...... NOEL 11c~IAHON
.... JOHN DELLAMARTA
TENNIS
.... BERNARD NOLAN
JOHN l."ELLY
.... ROBERT QUINN
/IIARK ~lcCARTHY
..
PAUL LYNCH
FOOT£ALL
PHILLIP ANTHO:\lY
JOHK NATOLI
JOHN HARROP
.... MARTIN l."YNE
PAUL LYNCH
CRICKET
..
..
MICHAEL CALLINAN
ROBERT QUINN
JOHN MORRISSEy
GARY MANSFIELD
Awards
Under 13
Under 14
WILLlA~1 FARRELL
JOHN DOYLE
SOME GO
REVEREND
BROTHER K. K. O'OONOGHUE,
~I.A.
There are always one or two changes in the fitafI
of Parade each year; a man is not a tradition and
he doesn't mind a change now and then. Brother
Q'Donoghue
hasn't expressed any opinion on his
transfer from Parade to Lower Plenty. save this: he
liked his two years here.
H was from the Junior Training Centre of the
Order at Bundoora that he came to us. Previous
to being there for two years, he had been Headmaster
of St. Joseph's College, Geelong.
His long-term
teaching period was in Adelaide. At the University.
he passed with distinction through the History School
and secured his Master of Arts Degree. He is fond
of research, and has just written a volume on the
history of Parade. He started this "story of the
century" (soon, please God, to dawn) when he Was
teaching the Matriculation
English, French and
Latin in '61 and '62. Good and worthy Brother that
he is, there is no need to mention what efforts he
put into his work that his pupils should pass. Maybe
now, more than then, his pupils may be appreciating
his sacrifices for tbem.
An office of much responsiblity had to be fi!led even
before Brother O'Donoghue had a holiday with Us.
in Warrnambool.
The Master of Novices was too
ill to continue training twenty-four young religious
Brothers through their year of spiritual studies and
formation. Brother O'Donoghue was asked to fill the
position. He is there now amid surroundings
so
entirely different from those of Parade, so much
more uplifting and beautiful. He is a man who doesn't
allow work to change the calm approach he has to
the life of his apostolate, and we are Dot surprised
to know that all is wen with the young Brothers who
depend so much upon him, and aU is well with him.
-*-.
REVEREND
BROTHER
J. U. FRAWLEY
Off to be Headmaster of our Geelong Primary and
Technical School has gone Brother Frawley. Those
whom he has taught in the Intermediate Classes will
be sure that the Geelong boys in these classes and indeed, in all other classes - will not be neglected!
Brother Frawley was a very close, very devoted
master in his classes. Results of his efforts were
always excel!eDt. If Parade can glory in its Mateic.
successes, it can give much of this glory to the
determination, :;kill and hard work of Brothers like
Brother Frawll:y. He was diligent in supervision;
efficient in or,ganisation; devoted to his vocation
of religious inslructor. He took interest in the sports
activities of th(l College, and was especially keen on
cricket. As a master of singing, he must be seriously
missed from the Intermediate. School. He conducted
the massed ch oir of Parade while he was on the
staff. In the community, he was burdened with the
office of Bursar.
SOME COME
Brother Fra wley is now heading the Brothers in
their very impJrtant work at St. f\.lary's in the centre
of Geeong. There, six hundred boys are brought
up to Intermediate Technical examinations through
primary classc.s. We are sure they will be well looked
after, well-im.rructed. well-prepared.
-*REVEREND
BROTHER
R. M. ENGLISH.
R.I.P.
All of us were moved when we heard of the sudden
death of the Christian Brother, brother of our own
Brother Eng!ish, who was appointed to take the
place of Brother Frawley this year. It was at the
Brothers' boarding college of Goulburn, N.S.W .. that
the completely unexepected death occurred. Brother
had come to lunch from his morning classes, had
sat down, slumped, and was dead. We cannot appreciate how much our Drother English must have
been moved when the Superior of Goulburn rang
through
to Parade, when Brother informed
his
family,' when he and they travelled to assist at the
Requiem in the Goulburn
Cathedral,
when they
stood by the grave in the Brothers' own cemetery
in the grounds of the college. But. knowing Brother
English even from the short time he has been at
Parade, we can appreciate the truth of the descriptions
given by Bishop Cullinane and the press of the skill,
devotedness,
straightforwardness,
faith and good
humour of his deceased brother.
Let us say a prayer often for the "faithful departed", and let us pause over these words of the
Bishop: "Brother English was a member of three
families.
The first, the English family of Melbourne, which had given so many members to religious orders in the Church. The second, the family
of the congregation
of the Christian Brothers of
which he was such a devout and talented member;
and then, the larger family of the Church which he
had loved so dearly and served so well, particularly
in the education of its youthful members."
-*The School Year opened up at the Preparatory
with three changes in the Staff.
Rev. Br. J. J. Willis.
Brother came to us in 1961 and spent two years
at the Preparatory. During those two years, however.
much very devoted zeal and energy were expended
both in and out of the classroom. Brother was one
who thought, but not only thought, that whatever
should be done for-and
by-the
boys should be
done wholeheartedly.
In this, he spared not himself
nor the boys.
Thus he tried to instil into his boys that frame of
mind which will urge them on to greater and greater
things for themselves and others, spiritually, academically and physically.
'We wish him every blessing and ~ccess at our
Juniorate at Bundoora.
Thirteen
Rev. Br. E. J. Devereux.
Brother Devereux spent two years with us at
"Flowerdale" and during those years the Grade Four
boys benefited from his zealous and thorough teaching. He was particularly solicitous about the boys
who were behind in the basic grounding of the three
';'R's" as it were, and was responsible for the attendance of these boys at special remedial classes.
Special features of the Grade Four Timetable were
the Finger~Painting
and Clay-Modelling
classes.
Never have there been so many "masters" in one
place at the same time. The boys and staff at
Flowerdale wish Brother every blessing during his
stay at St. Bernard's, Moonee Ponds.
..-*-
I\,.lr. G. T. Lane:~
In 1958, Mr. Lane came from St. Thomas, Clifton
HilI, to join the Staff at the Parade Preparatory, and
that year taught the boys in Grade Six. During the
next four years, the Fanus 1 and II Rooms were
the scenes of his labours in Mathematics, History
and Science. His pleasing manner. and range of
interests won him "vide popularity among the boys
31):dthis enabled him to gain the confidence of the
boys themselves.
His generosity and co-operation
"vith the other members of the staff wet."" admirable.
Sporting activities in Cricket, Footbal., Tennis and
Athletics took on a new importance as a palt of
School activities \vith the introduction
of regular,
non-competitive
games at the "•...
eek-end. That this
was so is due to Mr. Lane's keen interest and e-n~
thusiasm for this side of the boys' development.
/\
highlight of the year's sporting activities was the
"FIO\verdale Lightning Premiership",
a feature introduced by Mr. Lane.
Our 'Nishi That he is as successful and grati.6ed
by his efforts at Burke Hall as he was at the Parade
Preparatory.
'We take this opportunit), of thanldng, on behalf
of the staff and boys at Flowerdale, Br. 'VilIis, Br.
Devereux and Mr. Lane and wish them every blessing
in their new fields of work.
Replacements:
The three vacancies on the Staff were filled by
Rev. Br. K. J. Broderick (Fitzroy), Rev. Br. T. X.
lIann (Box Hill) and Mr. A. ]. Hegarty (Queensland). \Ve welcome these new members to Our staff
and wish them every blessing on their work and a
happy stay at Parade Preparatory.
Ladies' Auxiliary
This is the title we Brothers always give
and how desen'edh'J
For us, their work
Catholic Action, and it is no exaggeration to
their work for us and the boys as essential
weH-being and well-doing.
themis true
regard
to onr
Briefly we record what they have done: Graduation Dinner to a hundred Matriculants in December
(preparation, set-up, wash-up; think of itl); Family
Night in late February (a fete all a big scale, hooplas, wheels, fancy stalls, suppers-what
tired feet
that night!); Fashion SholO in March (with the
changes in these things, what work beforehandl);
Old Boys' Communion Tea (which was really
a dinner, and served hot to 130!); a Luncheon for
Mothers in April (these gatherings do help socially);
Prefects Dance in May ("Committee
Ladies to
arrange for the cakes'''); a Moming Coffee gathering in July (a preparation for the main luncheon
of October); a Day Retreat in September at Ave
Maria (our ladies put first things in the right place);
meantime the Matrk. Douce for late August (another
hea\')' afternoon and night); providing lunch and a
"W'elcome to O,P. Newly Ordni'led" (twenty young
trainees join the ordinands, and it's some welcome);
a protest against a show on TV (we don't do
enough of this, do we?), a Luncheon for "am:iIiaries" in Parade Gym ("the ladies brought a lovely
array of gifts"); the Luncheon
Itself (o\'cr 300
mothers came along-wonderful
get-together);
then
to the open air work at An1lual Sports (lunches, four
"tuc.k shops", hot waLer served)j and every Meeting
"concluding with a prayer", Oh, indeed! God bless
them!
POI/nero
Readers will know that ladies who v..il1 cheerfully
embrace a programme as this is, are always available
for service when P.rade needs them. TIle farewell
dinner to Bro. O'Grady, and the evening supper farewen to Reverend Assistant General, Brother Duffey,
and smaller functions that go so smoothly under
their hands, heads and hearts. \Vednesday. every
four weeks, ?\1rs. Power organises her group for
sewing for the community.
These kind and skilful
ladies do marvels with Brothers' shirts, coats, sox,
habits, sheets, room curtains. And ever)' school day,
four or more are giving three hours of the mid-day
to look after customers that could number 300, at the
Tuek Shop.
For history purposes, here are the names of our
good "Parade Ladies"; President, 'Mrs. Caslunore;
Vice-Presidents, Mrs. Lourit;; and Mrs. Derum; Secretary, AIrs. Mount; Assistant Secretary, Mrs. 'VOtl
Ede; Treasurer, Mrs. Dillon; Executive, Mesdames
Barkcr, McGl)"nn, Hart, Palmer, Haberman,
Can.
don, Power, Bobbin, Del Monaco, ~'lcVeigh, McNeill,
Kelly. Ready to help willingly always are Mesdames
Power, Miller, 'Vheelahan, Holmes, McKelson, Jones,
Scott, Connor, Blany, Bergin, Farrell,
Grindley,
Caven, Johnson,
Quinn, Foster, Borle, Melville,
~fcCarthy, Davies, Grover, Brown, Carlyle, Toomey,
Meehan, Rizzara, Hoath, Smith, Lambert, Cahill,
Flinn, Andley, Godfrey,
Cannon-and
so many
others.
By this article, we wish to let all readers know
the gratitude Brothers and Boys-Old
and Presenthave for the ''Parade Auxiliary",
Reverend Brother D. B. O'Grady
In Rome, there is a special college of higher theologica~ studies for the Orders of Teaching Brothers,
to which students are sent from all over the world.
At the end of August, Parade's Brother O'Grady
sailed for Europe as the selected Brother from the
Southern Province of Australia to commence a course
that will, please God, last for the next three Or fOUl
years.
Brother O'Grady was given a dinner of congratulations and good wishes at the Parade on August
20th. Present were the Brothers and slaff of Parade,
Brother Naughtin, its past Principal, Father Jones,
its chaplain, Brother !\[onagle and the communit}
from the Preparatory, Brother Hurley, who taught
Brother O'Grady at \VakeficM St., Adelaide, Brother
Celty. past Principal of Rostrcvor College, Adelaide,
and many Brothers who arc special friends. Thirty~
four sat down and enjoyed a very happy function.
The Principal of Parade, Brother Nash, took the
opportunity to c;~press his deep appreciation of the
splendid work done by Bro, O'Grady in the pre.
lntermecliate
classes.
"lIe W3S' one impregnated
with the spirit Of Parade, and it will be that spirit
that will make his stay in Europe blessed and suc.
cessful."
Supporting the warm eulogism of Brother
Nash, the former Principal', Brother Naughtin, told
of the confidence he always had in Bro. O'Grady,
of the grand work he did among the boys and, espe.cially, of his happy and helpful disposition in tLe
family life of the community.
Father Jones said his friendship with Bro. O'Crady
went back through many years. He had always found
him obliging, wise and easy to get on with.
He
did not know just how Brothers were chosen for the
Roman College, but the method must be good if it
named men like Brother O'Crady.
"We, the lay staff at P. L. C., will miss Brother
very much," said Mr. 1'fatt Rahilly. After words of
congratulations, thanks and good wishes, he presented
Brother with a travelling bag.
c-Keeping the after-dinner tone that marked all the
speeches, Brother O'Crady asked all to make a big
discount off the nice things that had been said of
him and his work. "It was always easy to get aD
with Brothers and staff at Parade.
Boys who came
from Brother Bowler at St. Colman's. from the Brothers at Flowerdale, from Mr. Pisani in Form II,
gave little anxiety."
He asked prayers from all fOI
the successful outcome of his new task.
The urging of the Brothers for some words from
the veteran of the gathering brought Brother BowleI
to his feet , "~-lay the tluill that is yours these
REVEIlEND
BROTHER
B. O.GRADY
days, Brother O'Crady, stay with you through l'om
studies and travels in Europe, and help to make your
years away from us happy. helpful and successful."
The dinner took place in the Leaving Room. The
meal was prepared by the good matron, :Miss Reid.
It was served by six of the ladies of Parade's Au.uliarr-Mrs.
Cashmore (President),
Mrs. Mount (aM.
the crockery and cutlery came from 1'[ount"s Catering Service), Mrs. Dillon, ~lrs. Lauritz, ~hs. Van
Eede and j\.lrs. Jones. Before Bro. Nash presented
Brother O'Grady with a typewriter, the ladies wer€,
thanked by Brother Nelson,
lvlrs. Cashmore reo
sponded with words of praise for the cooking of Miss
Reid, with words of thanks that the ladies were privi.
leged to assist at so happy a gathering of Brothers,
and with expressions of good wishes for the guests of
the evening.
\Vhat the Brothers of the past have done in simi~
!ar circumstances, Brother O'Grady has done.
No
fuss, no assemblies, no public speeches.
He has
moved off to the other side of the world after giving devoted and selBess service at St. Patrick's, Fitz.
roy, and in the Proficiency classes at Parade.
One
favour he has asked of us all is a remembrance in
our Dravers and good works. Parade, in the words
of Father Jones, will be most happy to have him
back when, in God's o\"n time, he returns to Australia.
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Reverend
DesIr.ond Purcell,
S.J.
Ordli11l;ll.
tions
Four
Jesuit
f
Jan uary
f
1964
Old. JParadlians
These four Old Paradians will be ordained
to the priesthood on Thursday, January 2nd, 1964.
Reverend Thomas Lake-Smith, S.}.
Reverend Kevin Penr)', S.}.
DC!lo'"Illnnd
Purcell came to Parade from St. Col.
man's in 1946. During his four years in the College,
he was a member of [he St. Vincent de Paul Society,
and in 1949 was Open Tennis Champion. He joined
the Society of Jesus in 1950, and after completing
novitiate and philosophy, was sent to teach for three
YC:lr at St. Patrick's
College,
East Melbourne
(1956.58). He then completed a B.A. degree at Mel.
bourne University, and in 1961 began his theological
studies at Pymble, N.S.W.
His brother. Fr. Frank Purcell (Parade 1945-48)
of St. Columban's f\.'fissionary Society, was ordained
in 1955, and is at present in Tokyo, Japan.
Ke'''in I-cory arrived at Parade in February, 1947,
after spending the preceding year at St. Colman's.
In those days, the boys went immediately into Intermediate after their year with Brother Bowler. During
1947 he was a member of Parade's tennis team. Next
year he was for a time secretary of the St. Vincent
de Paul Society, and after matriculating in 1949, be
joined the Jesuits at Loyola Watsonia. 1956 saw
him in Sydney where he taught at Riverview College
for three years. In 1960 he graduated a Bachelor of
Arts in English and History from tbe Melbourne
University, and during the last three years has been
doing hi5 theological studies in Sydney.
Reverend Brian ~loore, S.}.
Brian Moore was at Parade for three years (194648). coming from St. Colman's. \Vhile here, his only
achievement of any kind was 10 win a photo£raphy
ccmpclilion in which he was the only entrant. Was
a member of the Sl. Vincent de Paul Society and
of the Sodality of Qur Lady. He entered the Society
of Jes:Js in 1949 and after taking vows in 1951,
followed the usual courses of study. As a Scho!astic
(as Jesuits are called before ordination) he taught
at St. Ignatius College, Norwood, S.A. (1955-57) and
at St. Aloysius Cbllege, Milson's Point, N.S.W. (1960).
A graduate in Arts from Melbourne University, he
recently completed the degree of Bachelor of Letters
(New Englandl, presenting a thesis in Elizabethan
drama.
1hcm3:s lake.Smitb
entered the Society of Jesus
in 1950. after spending the previous four years at
Par.1.de. He came to Parade from St, Co!man's.
After noviceship, philosophy
and commencing
a
course of Arts. he was sent to teach at Xavier
Preparatory
School. During that period (J 956.58)
one happy encounter with Parade was to umpire
football matches against Flowerdale.
In 1959 he
returned to his Univer~ity course, moving to Campion
Ha!l (now named Campion College). Theological
swdies were commenced in 1961 at Canisius College,
Pyrnblc, N.S.W.
1st.
At 9.30 a.m., led by Parade's ahar-servers on to
the warmly-lighted sanctuary. the two newly-ordained
Paradian priests walk to the Cathedral altar to offer
lhe H()!y Sacrifice.
From the seminaries is a choir
of Paradian students to sing the Proper. The central part of the gce-d.t church is filled, save for forty
back rows, with the pupils of '6.'3. These, in unison,
sing very impressively the Common of the Parish
Mass. Hundreds receive Holy Communion and the
blessings from the :roung priests.
At 11.10, the bell, "Old ,Master," sends us to classrooms for private study.
\Ve know the "Parade
ladies" are giving breakfast to priests and seminarians. All: wait; some study.
At 11.40, the bell again, and we line up in the
quad. There is a glimmer of sunshine, but the wind
is cold. The "l\Hke", true to from, won't \\'ork. \Ve
chat for ten minutes.
Then, the speeches begin
with our Headmaster's
words of welcome and of
feJicitatian-"Our
two priests know that Goo loves
them, and that God loves all and wants all to be
saved.
They ha ••..
e volunteered to help save men,
...
A \veek ago, both were men; today, priests; in
offering the Holy Sacrifice, they are abte to do morE
than we can appreciate."
The College Captain,
Tony Killen, said that the da}' was an occasion of
honour to Parade, a day of deep joy to tho priests'
families.
lie expressed a welcome to the semin.
arians, and presented books to the two newly or.
dained.
Then followed the President of the Old Paradians,
He offered the congratulations of the Old Paradian$
to the priests and to their parents.
Then he got on
to his favourite topic-praise
for the Brothers. ''ThE
State did the right thing, and we should be grate.
{ul far it, when it decreed that all chil'dren should
be educated.
The Church said education must be
,"
.~
,.~
",
".
Rev. Father
John Murphy
of God first. To get this done, it .called on -men
like the Christian Brothers.
It was at Parade, they
began almost a hundred years ago. .~Since then,
they .have produced Brothers like themselves, par.
ents like those of the ordained men \ve honour, and
the_ordained men themselves."
.
The 'President, Mr. Frank Mount, then prisented
books to the young priests.
.
"
\Ve listened to Father John ~r~rph}'. "This is an
annual function.
There is always a Paradian among
the new priests.
It has been so, at least, since '51;
for 1 have attended since then ....
About two year')
ago, it really struck me ho\ •...much lowed
to the
Christian Brothers, especially to those who werE
at Parade when I was a pupil."
And then to Father Robert Ning, who, in his ex.
pression of thanks, said: "There is nothing outstanding in either Father Murphy or myself. It is comforting that God uses ordinary material for His work.
. . . It has pleased Him. to use us for extraordinary
things, . . . If vocations do not come from schooh
like Parade, then from wheO(:e can they come? ...
Father .. ~rurphy and myself believe in the school
motto----=.Tenete traditiones; hence, we ask for th€
usual holiday to mark the ordinations.'? (Applause.)
Our chaplain, Father Jones, ~deputized for Bishop
Fox. "The Bishop is ill. He is very disappointed.
He looks fonvard to this day as ODe of return to his
old schoo~. He sends congratulations
to the Bro.
thers, the newly ordained Old Paradians and ta
their parents."
Rev. Father
Robert Nink
Meantime, the wind blows, The singing of the
Parade Song warms us a little before orderly brd
to classes which are to close-to re-open on Monday
at the usual 8.45 a.m.
Seventeen
At Corpus Christi Seminary, there
are eight
Parade old boys in the First Year Class, and the
total in the class is forty.
Back Row: Joe Flynn, Peter McKelson, Brian
Sheridan, Michael Gibson.
Front Row: John McConvill, Michael Wilson.
Peter Cross, Denis O'Callaghan.
ever. This snap was taken at Bundoora where both
are doing their Second Year of Spiritual Training.
Did you know that Tony is the first "old boy" of
"Flowerdale" to be professed as a Christian Brother?
Completing his second year of Profession and his
teacher-training
year is Torn Coghlan, who joined
the Order four years ago. Four Old Paradians, a
year ahead of Brother Coghlan, are now working
on the mission. Brother Tim Lockwood is in the
North Community; Brother Ray Greening at Essendon; Brother Tom Pickett at Highgate, a suburb of
Perth; and Brother Les Hetherton at Victoria Park,
Perth.
Preparing
for Profession at Lower Plcnty are
Brothers David Dunne and Brian Flynn. Barry Henderson and Kevin McCrohan are still studying in
the Juniorate at Bundoora, with our five aspirants
who joined from Parade in January.
Two New Young Brothers
DENIS ARTHUR STEPHENSON, B. Arch.
Brothers
Antholl)'
Dillon and Gerald
~'fitchen
In fo..!arch, Brothcrs Anthony Dillon and Gerald
Mitchell. after studies in the Juniorale
and the
spiritual training in tbe Novitiate, profe~sed the vows
of the religious life. They will continue to make
these sacred vows until they are twenty-fi,,'e years
of age, when they will, if they so desire, give
themselves to God, His Church, and His boys, for-
Denis Arthur Stephenson came to Parade in 1952.
He completed his Second Year Matriculation
in
1957 and gained a Commonwealth
Government
Scholarship. Denis had his musical talents fostered
while at Parade: he represented
Parade at the
Inter-College Eisteddfods and his ability as a pianist
was heard at a number of College Speech Nights.
He was a Prefect of the College in 1957. In 1958,
he commenced his studies at the University of Melbourne, and completed the five.year course, gaining
Honours in three of his five subjects. He graduated
as Bachelor of Architecture at the Annual Conferring of Degrees in March, J963. He was Parish
Organist at Sacred Hearl Church, Preston.
In September, 1963, be left for England, Europe
and America, to further his studies in architecture.
to Prefects, 1963
Congratulations
Tony Killen (Captain): Passed Matriculation
last
year, when he was a prefect.
In last and this year,
he has been leader of Y.C.S.; this year he was
President.
Tn '62 he was an officer in Cadet Corps.
Prominent also in sport: Cricket XI, ~62, '63 (Captain '63); Football Firsts for three years. Vice-Captain this year. In studies he is co.winner of Pure
Malhs. Prize, Treacy House Captain.
Came to
Parade from St. Colman's and Thornbury
Parish
School.
Eldest son of Mr. and ~frs. J. KiI1en, 9
Olympic A venue, Cheltenham.
Len Foster: Preparing second year 1l.-latric.; certificate gained last year. Captain of Lynch House.
Secretary of Y.C.S. Was an N.C.O. in Signals of
Cadet Squad, '62. In sport. was a member of First
XI for three years; Vice-Captain.
Captain of First
Football. In selected team for Athletics '63. Son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Foster, 6 Reservoir St., Reservoir.
BUI Scott: Also doing second year in Matricula~
tion. Captain of Hughes House.
Leader and Treasurer of Y.C.S. Bill played the biggest pan in
Parade's swim wins in '62 and '63, captaining the
team both years.
He has been a Paradian for ten
years, coming from the parish school, East Preston,
His younger brothers, three of them, are Paradians
and swimmers of note. Eldest son of Mr. and .Mrs.
W. Scott, 46 Newton St., Reservoir.
Tony Miach: Doing his second year in J\olatric.
Captain of Bodkin House. This is his sixth year
at Parade. coming from St. George's, Carlton. Youngest son of Mr. and f\.1rs. F. Miack, 11 University
St., Carlton.
Peter Ruff: Peter came from our Prep. at Alphington, and Heidelberg parish; this is his sixth year at
the Senior College.
He is the eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Ruff, 32 Pow lett St., Heidelberg.
He
has been school athletic champion for the past two
years, and is a member of the Old Paradians' Club,
which is just one other indication of his loyalty.
.Member of athletic team since '57. Played with our
second XVIII is a member of the Y.C.S., and was
a Cadet \Varrant Officer last year.
1
Pefer Priestley: President of Our Lady's Sodality,
Peter is doing his Second Year Malric.
Has been
successful in singing. winning Open Male Voice in
C,B.C. Combined in '63, and runner-up in '62. Member of Cross Country Team. Cadet Officer both this
year and last. He is eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Priestley, 28 Wadham Pde., Mt. Waverley.
John Sexton: Secured a good pass in Matric., '62,
and is now hoping for Commonwealth
Scholarship
for '64. He has been Editor of "Bluestone Pile",
and President of St. Vincent de Paul Society for
PREFECTS
Back Row: W. J. Scott, P. F. Entwistle, P. J. Priestly, A. L
Second Row: A. F. Macdonald. L. R. Foster, P. M. Ruff.
Third Row: T. C. Barker, No J. Vincent, G. ]. Pound.
Miach.
Front Row: D. P. McCroban, D. 1(, Anderson, ], A. Killen (capt.), ]. R. Sexton, T. P. Ryan,
NirnJteen
two years.
Represented Parade in debating teams
both years.
This year he has presided over the
Literature Cub and is Literature Dux for '63. Was
a Cadet N.C.O. in '61 and '62. He came from St.
Andrew's, Werribee, eight years ago.
He is the
only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sexton, \Verribee.
Paul Entwistle: Appointed
Prefect in his First
Matric. Year. He bas been a member of Athletics
Team since '61, the Cross Country Team also, being
Champion since '61. :Memher of S.V.P. Society and
Literature Club. From 51. Gatbriel's, Reservoir, he
has been a Paradian for eleven years. Paul's the
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Entwistle, 938 Don.
caster Road, East Doncaster.
Gra~me Pound: Passing his Matrie. in '62, Graeme
continues this year. Since '62. he has been a member of the Y.C.S., Literature Club. He was Cadet
Under-Officer last year. He is an old boy of St.
Colman's, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Pound, 3
Newry St .. Richmond.
Alan M2cdonnld: Alan has been prominent
in
singing since he came to Parade as a Choir Scholarship Winner six years ago. This year he won the
Open Male. Voice in our Eisteddfod.
He has sung
for the Auxiliary Committee at Mothers' Luncheon
and at other Paradian functions.
He was cadet
Under-Officer in '62 and this year Was treasurer of
the S.V.P. Society.
Eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
L Macdonald.
~DQ~R):an:- passed. l\.fatric. Jast year; is continuing'!-his'tsobjects this year. He comes from Preparatory and~ bas been a Paradian for nine years. He
is the son of ' Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Ryan, 37 Alexander St.~;.Greensborough.
He was an N.C.O. Cadet
la~ year, and this year is Secretary of S.V.P. Society.
D~vid Anderson: Another Old Boy' of Brother
Bowler and the fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Anderson. :!9 Belgrave St., East Coburg.
He has
helped on the committee of '"Bluestone Pile" (which
means plenty of work), and the Y.C.S., and was
Cadet Warrant Officer, '62. He is fourth son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Anderson, 29 Belgrave St., East
Coburg.
Peter Gill: In this. his second year of l\.fatric.,
he is co~winner of Pure l\.laths. Prize. and leader
of Handball Team.
In '61 and '62'he was N.C.O.,
Cadets. Peter has been at Parade for five years and
his parents live at 51 Lower Plenty Road. Rosanna.
]\.oel Vinc(.'nt: Noel comes from 51. Anthony's,
Fairfield. and his parents are Mr. and l\.frs. C. Vincent, 10 Bank St.. Northcote.
Brother Bowler taught
him five years ago atlSe Colman's.
This is Noel's
first attempt at Matric. studies.
He hopes he does
as well at 'Studies as in football.
He was in the
First XVIII last year and this; he Won Most 1m.
proved Player in '62. He held a place in this year's
victorious Cricket XL Y.C.S. member.
Twentv
Terence Barker: Terence attended convent school
first at Croydon, England.
His father, an Old Para.
dian, was on Commonwealth service there. He is the
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Barker, 15 Thackray St., Nth. Balwyn. He has been at Parade since
'57 and is now doing his First Year Matrie. He has
been chosen for Athletic Team since '60 and Cross
Country Group in '62. During this year. he has
served as Under-Officer, Cadets, and as leader in
the Y.C.S. He has played with the Second XVIII
for the past three years. It was at Parade that Terry
won his Junior State Scholarship in '59.
Dan McCrohan: This is Dan's first year in Matric.
He carne from our Technical School at Abbotsford
after primary school work at St. Anthony's, Fair~
field. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. McCTohan, 46
ToolaDgi Road, Alphington.
For two years, he has
been a leader in the Y.C.S. In football, he won the
"best and fairest" in the Second XVITI, of which he
was Captain in '62. This year he played for the
Firsts.
"Bluestone Pile"
Co.Editors:
J, R. Sexton, C. A. Connor, T. P. Ryan.
Committee of .Mana~ement: P. Sheehan, B. Hetherton, D. Anderson, G. Downing, J. Morath, G.
Hewitt.
This year marked a great revival of interest in
the "Bluestone Pile", both in the increase of circu.
lation and students' contribulions.
An effort made
to establish "markets"
in other schools to promote inter-school relations was highly successful. It
is hoped that this policy will be extended in the
coming year. when the "Pile" will entN its ninth
year of publication.
It was generally felt that the quality of both publication and the articles was of a high standard.
the former due to the extensive use of better Thoneo
equipment. The students were exhorted throughout
the. year to take an interest in their ~chool paper.
ar.d responded well. handing in a large amount of
material, from which a quality selection was made.
It was pleasing to see that the seniors were not
scraping for feaLUre articles to fill the pages.
We wish to thank the numerous typists who worked
with us throughout
the year, and especially the
members of the teaching staff who showed such
keen interest in the magazine; as also. the devoted
committee of management and other senior student'S
whose labour enabled the up. to-time production that
was noticeable in aU three issues of the year.
c.
A. CONNOR.
Religious Societies
SODALITY
OF OUR LADY
This year is the 400th anniversary of the founding
of this sodality. To mark the occasion, our members
spent an afternoon at Xavie( College with sodaIists
from convents and colleges. where. after sung Mass
at noon on the Feast of Christ the King, they held
discussions in grouDS on the important topic of how
Our Lady can be .a vital factor in their social ]'ife.
Leaders from Parade presiding over mixed classes
were our Prefect, Peter Priestley. and our Secretary,
Douglas Coghlan. Ready also to help spread knowledge and devotion to Our Lady were Matriculants,
Philip Sumner. Joseph Chiera, Anthony Comito and
Peter Trainor.
Each of these members gave an instruction on Our Lady after the recitation of her
Office in the lovely chapel of the Brothers.
Our Lady's life was hidden; soda lists try to imitate
her. They assemble after school on Thursdays. pray
with her and to her. speak about her. and pray for
their own personal intentions and for the intentions
recommended to the boys of the school. During the
month of October. in the first fifteen minutes of
lunch time. before the attractive altar built by Rev.
Bro. Robinson. Sodalists, stood and said the Rosary.
Only those are asked to join who are keen that
their spiritual life be strengthened. keen to spread
love of Christ and His Mother through themselves,
and then, from themselves, and are ready to remain
members right through their lives. Twenty-one joined
early in the year; fourteen persevered.
May they
ever be true to their loving patroness!
LEADERS OF SODALITIES
V.C.S. NOT~S, 1963
Office Bearers:President: Tony Killen.
Secretal')': Len Foster.
As,;t. Sccrctuf)': Terry Darker.
TrcaS'.Jfcr: Bill Scott.
Leaders: Dan McCrohan. Tim l\'1cQueen, Gerald
Hewitt. Harry Gielewski. Bernard Mithen. Tony
Callir.an, Brian Robinson.
;\:!ot1u:- "See, Judge 3ml Act."
For the greater part of this year the general membership was close to 50; however, the recruitment
of some of the Intermediate boys in the latter stages
of the year. brought that number to 65. The general
meeting was spent mainly in Gospel discussions, in
which various extracts of the GO!:ipels were analysed
to see how Christ lived, to -see how He acted in
siuations which we may mect. These considerations
this year were arranged so that they coincided with
the Liturgical Year. thus bringing the lesson home
more cogently. In this way. too, the meaning of the
Lay Apostolate became clearer. This over-all success
of the year was due in no small way to the work of
our Spiritual Director, Rev. Bro. Maloney.
-T. Killen.
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=
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY
President: J. R. Sexton.
Secretary: T. P. Ryan.
Treasurer: A. F. ~'lacdonald.
Spiritual Diredor: Rev. Bro. Dean.
The Immaculate Conception Conference began the
year with a healthy roll-<::all of thirty-eight brothers.
The emphasis in the conference has shifled in
rccent years from group activity ot Ozanam House,
to co-operaticn with Parish Branches of the Society
by individual members.
This trend, brought about by the distances involved
when members assisted at Ozanam House, was followed again this year, but corporate activities, such
a<; football a:ld Cup sweeps in the school, helped to
swell finances.
Visitations to the Austin Hospital
ther f\.JcTiernan) and collections in
ganisers Brothers \Varton, Tierney
completed the apostolic work for the
D. W. Coughlnn, P. ]. Prie~t1y (Sodality of Our Lady);
L. R. Foster. ]. A. Killen (Yonng Christian Students);
]. R. Sexton, T. P. Ryan (St. Vincent de Paul).
(organiser Brothe school (orand Seymour)
year.
The conference is deeply grateful to the Rev. Bro~
thers who advised members on spiritual and apostolic
aspects of the Society.
-J. R. Sexton.
Twentv-one
PUBLIC
80 PASS MATRICULATION
EXAMINA TIONS,
(A record).
Commonwealth
General Exhibition: 1.
Honours
ENGLISH
LITERATURE
Fir.;t Class: J. Bowman, M. Crennan.
Second Class: C. Connor, P. Cross, A. Gartland, S.
Kellar, P. Lamers, T. McKiterick, G. Powderly. M.
Quinlan.
LATh"!
First Class: M. Quinlan.
Se('ond Class: J. Bowman, S. Kellar, J. McConville,
P. Sargeant.
FRENCH
First Class: P. Cross, S. Kellar.
Second Class: B. Flinn, T. Little, J. McConville,
IvJcKiterick, P. Sargeant.
BRITISH HISTORY
HISTORY
Firsl Class: 1. Bowman, J. Cashmore, M. erennan.
p" Cross, J. f\:lount.
Second Class: J. B. Bergin, 1. Braden, B. Hetherton.
S. Kellar, P. Lamers, J. :McC'onville, P. 1\louot, M.
Quin.
PURE MA THEMA TICS
First Class: J. 1. Cox. B. Flinn, L. O.Farrc~1. K.
Palmer.
Scholarships:
Scholarship:
27.
1.
List
Second Class: D. Anderson, T. Carmichael, J.
Fabre, P. Frawley, R. Gardner, T. Little, G. Lynch,
P. McKelson, G. Meagher, A. Morgan, P. Perazzo,
B. Winch.
APPLIED
MATHEMATICS
First Class: T. Carmichael, J. Fabre, T. Little, K
Palmer.
Second Class: J. J. Cox, B. Flinn, R. Gardner, W.
Hewett, T. Laragy, W. Lucas, G. Lynch, A. Morgan,
L. O.Farrell, J. Palmer, P. Perazzo, W. Rooney, T.
Rouse.
T.
Fiest Class: J. Bowman, K. Harrigan, P. Lamers,
M. Quinlan.
Second Class: J. Arthur, J. Cashmore, M. CreDoan.
G. Pound, G. Powderly, M. Quin, \V. Tyrrell, D.
While.
GREEK
Government
Senior Go,"emment
1962
GENERAL
MATIIEMATICS
First Class: D. Stroud.
Second Class: A. Behm, M. De Medici, L. Mans
field, T. McKiterick, J. Mount, P. Mount, G. Patter'
son, M. Quinlan, L. Whiteley.
PHYSICS
First Clas.."i: J. Fabre, A. Galea. A. Morgan, K.
Palmer, D. Stroud, W. \Vench.
Sccoc.d Class: B. Flinn, P. Frawley. R. Gardner,
W. Hewett, T. Little, G. Lynch, G. Meagher, A.
Miack, D. O'Brien, L. O'Farre'l. J. Palmer, T. Rouse.
W. SCOIl.
CHEMISTHY
First Clas..••: J. Fabre. K. Palmer, D. Stroud.
Second Class: 1. J. Cox, P. Gill, K. Harrigan, T.
Little, A. Morgan, P. Mount. J. Palmer, D. Porta.
T. Rouse, J. Schottler, B. Winch.
Matriculation
(lCommonwealth
Scholarship:
H2 Second Honours.
HI
First
Honours.
Key to Subjects: E English Expression. EL English
Litt:rature. L Latin. F French, PM Pure Mathematics,
AM Applied Mathematics, GM General Mathematics,
Ph Physics. Ch Chemistry, GH Greek History. BH
British History, Ge Geography.
Anderson. D.: E, PM H2, AM, Ph, Ch.
Arlhur, J.: E, EL, DH H:!, Ge.
Bailey. J.: E. GM.
Behm. A.: E. EL, GM H2, Ph, Ch.
Bergin, J. B.: E. EL. L. GH H2, BH.
Bowes. ~'f.: E, AM, Ph.
1"L"Cflty.tWO
,
Bowman. 1.:' EL HI, L H2. GH HI. BH HI.
Braden. J.: E. GH H2, Ge.
Brophy. K.: E, F. PM.
Carmichael, T.:(I E, PM H2, AM HI, Ph, Ch.
Cashmore, 1.:. E, EL. F, GH HI. BH H2.
Caven, B.: E, GM.
Connor, c.: E, EL H2, BH, Ge.
Costelloe, R.: EL. GM.
Cox, J. 1.:' PM HI, AM H2, Ph. Ch H2.
Crenoan, M.:(I E. EL HI, GH HJ, BH H2. Ge H2
Cross, P.:' E, EL H2, F HI, GH HI.
Culhane. B.: E, PM, Ph. Ch.
Cushen, A.: PM, AM, Ph, Ch.
Dalton. N.: PM, Ph.
Davies, B.: E, PM, AM.
De Medici, M.: E, EL. F, GM HI.
Dillon. T.: E.
Downing, G.: E, EL, GM, GH. B.H.
Fabre, I.:' E, PM H2, AM HI, Ph HI, Ch HI.
Farrelly, P.: E.
Fell, K.: E, EL, L
Fensling, B.: E. EL, GM H2, Ch.
Fitzpatrick, N.: E. GH.
Flinn, B.:* E, F H2, PM HI, AM H2, Ph H2.
L. Foster.: E, Ph, Ge.
Frawley, P.: E, L, PM H2, AM, Ph H2.
Galea, A.:' E, PM, AM, Ph HI, C'h.
Gardner, R.: E, Pf\.'f H2, Af\.I H2, Ph H2, Ch.
Gartland, A.: E, EL H2, GM, BH.
Gibson, D.: E, 1., F, GM.
Gill, 1'.: E. PM, AM, Ph, Ch H2.
Godfrey, P.: E, L,' F, GM.
Harrigan. K.:. OM, Ph, Ch H2, BH Ht.
Hetherlon. B.: 01\.1, GH H2, BH.
Hewett. W.:* PM, Al\f H2, Ph H2, Ch.
Kellar, S.: E, EL H2, L H2, F HI, GH H2.
Killen, J.: E. L, PM, AM, Ph.
Lamers. P.: .• E. EL H2, GH H2, BH Hi.
Laragy, T.: PM, AM H2, Ph, Ch.
Litl~e, T.:' E. F H2, PM H2, AM HI, Ph H2, Ch H2.
Lucas, W.: E. PM, AM H2, Ph, Ch.
Lynch, G.:' E, PM H2, AM H2, Ph H2, Cll.
~Iansfield, G.: AM, Ph.
Mansfield, L.: E, L, OM H2, Ph.
McConville, I.: E. EL, I. H2, F H2, G H H2.
McDonell, J.: E, PM, Ph.
~'IcKelson, P.: L, PM H2, AM, Ge.
McKeown, J.: Ph.
McKiterick, T.:' E, EL H2, F H2, GM H2. BH.
McNamara, B.: E. PM.
Meagher, G.: E, PM H2, AM. Ph H2, Ch.
~liack, A.: L, GM, Ph H2, Ch.
Ivfinio, R.: E, OH.
Moore, R.: E, EL, 1., F, GM.
Morath, J.: E, GH, BH.
Morgan, A.:' E, PM H2, AM H2. Ph HI, Ch H2.
Mount, J.:' E, F, GM H2, GH HI, BH.
(10
Leaving
I"'[ounl, P.:. E, OM H2, Ph, Ch, H2, OR H2.
O'Brien, D.: E, PM, AM, Ph H2, Ch.
O'Donnell, J.: EL, L, F.
Odgers, B.: E, PM, AM, Ph, Ch.
O'Farrell, L:' E, PM HI, AM H2, Ph H2, Cb.
O'Grady. M.: E. GM.
Paimer, J.: PM, AM H2, Ph H2, Ch H2.
Palmer, K.:' E, PM HI, AM HI, Ph HI, Ch HI.
Patterson. G.: E, EL. L, F, OM H2.
Perazzo, P.:. E. F, PM H2, AM H2, Ch.
Porta, D.: E, Ph, Cb H2, Ge.
Pound. G.: E, EL, I., F, BH H2,
Powderly. G.:' E, EL H2, F, BH H2.
Priestley, 1'.: E, PM, AM, Ph.
Pritchard, B.: E, L, F, PM, AM.
Quin, M.: E, F, GH H2, BH H2,
Quinlan, M.:' E, EL H2, I. HI, GM H2, BH HI
Rooney, W.: E, PM, AM H2, Ph. Ch,
Rossi, R.: E, F, Ph,
Rou,e, T.:' E, PM, AM H2, Ph H2, Ch H2,
Rulf, 1'.: E.
Ryan. A.: E, PM, AM, Ph.
Ryan. T.: E. EL. L, F, BH.
Sargeant. P.: E, L H2. F H2.
Schottler, J.: E, EL, Gl'.-f, Ph, Ch H2.
Scott, W,: E, Ph H2.
Sexton, J.: E, EL H2, P, Ph, Ch.
Shannon, G.: E, I., PM, AM,
Sheahan, P.: E, BH, Ge.
Sherriff, R.: E, GM.
Stroud, D,:' E, I., GM HI, Ph HI, Ch HI.
Svambarys, R.: E.
Tinsley, M.: E, PM, AM, Ph.
Tyrrell, W,: E. EL, PM, BH H2.
Van ProoyeD, M.: OM, Ph, Cb.
Wallace, E.: E, PM, Ph.
~
Waters, P: E, F.
White, D.: E, GH, BH H2,
Whiteley, L.: E, GM H2, GH, BH.
William" K.: PM,
Winch, B.:' E, PM H2, AM H2, Ph HI, Ch H2,
Certifica te
92 QUALIFY FOR L.C,
Ke:f to Subject .•,: E English. L Latin, F French,
GH Greek History, AH American History. MH
Modern History, BH British History, G Geography,
Ph Physics, .MI Maths. I, M2 Maths. 2.
CLASS A
Brown, R.: E, L. F, G, Cb.
Carmody, M.: E, F, GH, G.
Cattach, E.: E, I., F. G, Ch, MI.
Cattanach, J.: E, I., F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Del Monaco, A.: E, 1., F, G, Ch, M I.
Duffy, I.: E, F, G, Ch, MI.
Dunne, A.: E, F, GH, G, Ph, Ch.
Elms, 1'.: E, GH, G, Ch,
Entwistle, 1'.: E, AH, BH, GH, G, Ph, Ch.
Fell, B.: E, G, Ph, Ch.
Fitzgerald, B.: E, F, GH, G, Ch. MI.
Gibbins, W.: E, AH, GH, G, Ch, MI.
Haberman, 1'.: E, G, Ph, Cll,
Houlihan, G.: E, G.
Kelly, A.: E, F, G.
Lanigan, J.: E, G, BH,
MacDonald, A.: E, F, G, Ch, BH.
Mah, I.: E, G, Ph, Ch, MI.
Meagher, P.: E, L, F, G, Ph, Ch. Ml.
Mielus, B.: E, 0, Ph, Ch.
Monagle, P.: E, G, Cb, AH, GH.
MOT!~an. c.: E, G, AH, GH, SR.
McCrohan, P.: E, F, G, CIl, M I.
O'Keefe, 1.: E, G, Ch, MI, AH, GH.
Parker, G.: E, F, G, Ch, MI, AH, GH.
Pascoe, G.: L, G, Ph, Ch, AH.
Pilkington, K.: E, G, Ch, AH, GH.
Pizaro, M.: E, G.
Prendergast, c.: E. L, G, AH.
Rezzara, R.: E, F, G, M 1.
Symes, D.: E, F, G, CIl, GH.
Tierney, K.: E, F, G, Ch.
Trainor, P.: E, F, G, Ph, Ch, MI, GH.
Vincent, N.: E, F, G, Cb, M I, GH.
Windsor, P.: E, L, F, Ch.
Comito, A.: E, L, F, G, Ph, Ch, M 1.
CLASS B
Beers, E.: E. F, C, Ch, Ml.
Bennett, G.: E, Ch, MI, GH.
Canty, D.: E, G, Ch, M I, M2, MH.
Carmody, T.: E, Ch, MI, ~IH.
Cazal)', V.: E, L, Ph, Ch, MI. MH.
Chiera, J.: E, L, F, Ph".Ch, MI, M2.
Corr, M.: E, L, Ph, Ch, MI, M2, ~IH.
Co)'le, B.: E, L, Ch, MI, ~12, MH.
Cullen, D.: E, L, F, MI, M2.
Fisher, R.: E, G, eh, :MI, ~,f2,~.lH.
Glen, j.: E, Ch, MI, M2, MH, GH.
Glover, M.: E, L, F, Ph, MI.
Hedger, P.: E, G, Ch, MI, MH.
Hill, T.: E, G, Ph, Ch, MI, M2, MH.
Howie, M.: E, G, Ph, Ch, MI, M2, GH.
Hurdes, G.: E, Ph, Ch, MI, M2, GH, MIl.
jowett, j.: E, F, G, Ph, Ch, ~Il, ~12.
Karis, T.: E, Ph, Ch, MI, M2, GH, ~lli.
LeRose,
J.:
E, F, Ph, Gh, 1\'11.
La Presti, C.: G, Ph. Ch. :\U, MH.
McCrohan, D.: E, Ph, ~12, ~IH.
~ll1rph)', E.: E, L. F, Ph, Ch, ~l1, M2.
O'D.y, G.: E, G. Ph, MI, MIl.
Pedrotti, J.: E, L, Ph, Ch, ~ll, M2, ~lll.
Quinn, K.: E, F, Ph, Ch, ~fl, r-.12,
Rigg, G.: E, L, G, Ph, Ch, MI, ~IH.
I\odigari, J.: E, G, Ph, Ch, ~11, MH,
Seymour, A: E, G, Ph, Ch, MI. MH.
Sharke)', K.: E, C, MI, MH.
Springsteen, F.: E. L, F, Ph, eh, Ml, i\l2.
West, 1'.: E, G, Ph, Ch, ~ll, ~III.
Whitehouse, M.: Ch.
CLASS C
Aras, P.: E, G, Ph, eh, :\11, M2.
Breen. B.: E, G. Ph, Ch, MI, ~12.
B)'rne, 1\.: E, G, Ph, Ch, MJ.
Caldwell, R.: G, M I, ~12.
Coghlan, D.: E, L, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Coghlan, J.: E, F, G, ~ll.
Dempsey. J.: E, G, Ph, eh, 1\11.
Dillon, K.: E, F. G, Ch, ~ll, ~r2.
Dinneen,
!\L:
E, F, G, Ph, Ch, ?\.H, \12.
Drane, P.: E, F, G, Ph, Ch, ~II. M2.
Forehau, P.: E, F, Ph, Ch, MI, \-12.
Forster, '''.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, Ml.
Gonzales, ~l., E, F, G, Ph, Ch, MI, ~12.
Twt'lItll-fotJ'
Granger, J.: E, F, G, Ph, eh, MI, 112.
Hecker, B., E, F, G, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Hehir, M.: E, F, G, Ph, ~11.
Laming, M.: E, G, Ph, Ch, MI, M2,
Leah)', W.: E, F, G, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
McKinley, M.: E, F, G, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
McNeill, J.: E, F, G, MI, 112.
~lcNiece, G.: E, L, F, Ph, Gh, Ml.
Nason, G.: E, G, Ch, MI, M2.
Niall, P.: E, L, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Noreika, V.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, ~12.
O'Dwyer, P.: E, C, F, Ph, Ch, ~n,M2.
Quinn, B.: E, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Rutten, C.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Schulze, j.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Shelly, B.: E, G, Ph, Ch.
Smith,'!..: E, F, Ph, Ch, M2.
Smith, j.: E, F, G, Ph, MI.
Sonneveld, A.: E, L, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Taylor, L.: E, G, Ph, Ch, MI, M2,
Van Proo)'en, A.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, M I, M2.
White, j.: E, L, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
CLASS D
Ackland, M.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Barker, T.' E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Bell, j.' E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Cahill, G,: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Callinan, A.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Carter, D., E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Chiodo, A.: E, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Clements, 1'.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Considine, J.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Doig, B.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, ~11' M2.
Donovan, D,: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Drago, J,: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, M1. M2.
Flesser, E.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI.
GieI'ew.ski,
H.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Haines, A.: E, L, F, Ph, eh, ~tl, M2,
Hanvin, P.: E. L, F, Ph, eh, Ml.
Hewitt, G.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, M I, M2,
Incigneri, E.: E, L, 1', Ph, Ch,
Meagher,
~u,M2,
E.: E, 1.. F. PO, Ch, MI, M2.
I\Jinncy. K.: E, L, F, Ch, 1-11, M2.
Mithen, B., E, L, F, Ml.
McQueen. T.: E, L. F, Ph, Ch, M I, M2.
Negrelli, R.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, ~n,
M2.
Noonan, J., E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
O'Loughlin, K.' E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
O'Shea,' j.: E, L, F, Ph, Gh, MI, M2.
Owen, P.: E, L, F, Ph, eh, ~H,i\12.
Porter, A.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch. MI, ~..f2.
Read, B.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI, M2.
Ruff, R.: E, L, F, Ph, Gh. MI, M2.
Sumner, P.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, MI.
\Vhiting, :\1.: E, Ph, Ch, 7\fl, l\12.
Williams, B.: E. L, F, Ph, Gh, MI, M2.
Winch, J.: E, L, F, Ph, Ch, ~ll, M2.
ZarraHa,
J,:
E, L, F, Ph, Ch, ?\'f1, M2.
Intermediate
INTERMEDIATE
A
Key to Subjects: t Engli~ Expression. 2 English
Literature, 3 Latin. 4 French, 5 ~.falhs. A, 6 f\."laths.
n, 7 Science. 8 Geography.
The following passed all eight subjects:
Costa, n.
Dayton, n.
Dwyer, P.
Grindlay. B.
Jones, K.
Lavery, \V.
1leagher, C.
1Iear.s, A.
i\1actiernan, R.
O'Neill, G.
O'Shea, J.
Russell, P.
Smith, P.
Swallow, B.
Sheales, 11.
Caven, R.
Curtis, P.
Driver, J.
Gartland, j.
Hutchins, J.
Johnson, P.
l\fansour, 1.
1\leagher, D.
Monagle, T.
O'Shannassy, B.
O'Neill, D,
Ryan, L.
Schott}cr, B.
Stillman, T.
Boyle, D.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8.
Cox, P.: 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8.
Cahill, A.: I, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8.
Dosser, B.: 1, 2, 4, 6.
Fitzpatrick, K.: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, S.
Hodder, G.: 1, 2, 5. 7, 8.
Leibel, j.: 1, 4, 5, 7, 8.
.Noonan, J.: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
O'Brien, F.: 1, 2, 4, 5, 8.
Rayner, B.: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
\Vilding, B.: 1, 2,4, 5,6, 7, 8.
INTERMEDIATE
I
Anderson, K.
Behm, L.
Chamula, B
Daniels, T.
Gibson, T.
Goble, B.
IIale, M,
Hubbard, A,
Kilpatrick. R,
Lannan, J.
Meehan, j.
B
1>.lorrissey, R.
Namnik, J.
O'Brien, J.
Pardy, B,
Pierce. J.
Romanski, S.
Sheahan, D,
Smack, A.
Thomas, P.
Tieppo, P.
Warton, J,
Antoniades,
I"TER~IEDJATE
C
Key to Suhjects: English I, English Literature 2.
French 3, History 4, Maths. A 5, Maths. B 6. Geography 7, Arithmetic 8, Science 9.
Bainbridge, K.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
Bedford, P. L.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Boland, B. T.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Bourke, T. F.: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Boyne, J. F.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9,
Browne, S. C.: I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9,
Caiman, 11. j,: I, 2, 3, 4, 7,
Carter, C. ~I.: 1, 2. 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Cefai, A. J.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9,
Collins, P. R.: I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Crotty, T.: I, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Cullen, D.: 1, 2, 3. 4, 7, 8, 9.
D'Arcy, B,: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Del 110naco, A. C,: 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Dillon, R. J.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Dobson, M, J.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8. 9.
Dutton, R. ~L: I, 2, 3, 4, 7. 8, 9.
Fit2:geraM, J. F.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8,9.
Forehan, 11. A.: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9.
Foy, S. \V.: I, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Gault. J.: I, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Coatiw, S.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Hardy, B, D.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9,
Hodgkins, T. D.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Hogan, B. j.: 1, 2, 7, 8, 9,
James, R. L I, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9.
Kesik, L. M.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Lawrie, K. M.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
The fQ~:OWi.D:;; p~scd all eight subjeds:
II
Certificate
R.
nutler, P.
Conley, O.
Fields, K.
Glen, C.
HOl berman, K.
HiNt S.
Jackowski, R.
Kiss, Z.
Marchello, F.
Monagle, K.
McConviIl, S.
Nicolaci, S.
O'Meara. M.
Pellegrini, P.
Rizzi, S.
Russo, P.
Smith, N.
Pezzimenti. L.
Trew, R.
Zekan, G,
Lucas, D. E.: I, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
~lcDonald, B. A.: I, 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9.
Murphy, T. A.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
O'Connor, T.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Orr, J. L.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9.
Perazzo, P. J. I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Proietto, R.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9.
Rigg, P. J.: 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9,
Smark, D, j.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9,
Stroud, R. J.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Treganowan, R. L.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
\Vallis, D. A.: 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Wenlock, c.B.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
11'o'TER~IEDJATE D
Bennett, A.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Bowden, C,: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9.
Cahill, F.: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Coppi, G.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9.
Cbrboy, M.: I, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9,
Cosgriff, K.: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9.
Cull, D.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Doherty, R.: I, 2, 7, 8, 9.
Egan, P.: I, 2, 4, 7, 9.
Elliott, R.: I, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Gaynor, H.: 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Gonera, J.: 1 ,2, 4, 5. 6, 8, 9.
Gordon, P.: I, 2, 4, 5. 6, 8, 9.
INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE (Continued)
Gough, A.: 1,2,4,7,8,9.
Harris, E.: I, 2. 4, 7, 9.
Heikoop, c.: I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Joseph, M.; 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Kovaks, M.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9.
Lambert, c.: 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9.
McDonald, R.: I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
McGI,nn, D.: I, 2, 5, 8, 9.
McNab, A.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Melville, M.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
~'Iunday. K.: 1. 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9.
("Day, G.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9.
O'Day, T.: 1, 2, 5, 9.
O'Farrell, K.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9.
Pollock, T.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Poulton, E.: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Purcell, P.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9.
Rock, K.: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
Stannus, T.: I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9.
Street, P.: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8,9.
Thomas, P.: I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
Toomey, K.: 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9.
Wallace, J.: I, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9.
\Vynack, E - 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9.
= = =
Combined Catholic Colleges Athletics
Our last sports meeting of the year - and what
a grand day it proved to be at Olympic Park, Friday,
October 18th.! Weather was fine, teams were in
good form, enthusiasm and hopes were high. Parade
bad a good day; it came fourth close enough
to St. Bede's and North, but a good sixty points from
the splendid team from De La Salle, Malvern.
Hewitt hurdled into fifth place in tbe opening
event. Clancy jumped 5 ft. 10 in. to win second
place. Later, Kevin Herbert won second in Under
14, clearing 14 ft. 9 in. Our broad jumping Was good.
Perhaps a highlight of the day was the jump of F.
Berto!i, who, although Under 14, won the Under 15
with a leap of 19 ft. 8 in. This lad did well for
Parade: he broke a long-standing record for the 100
yards, Under 14; his time was 10.9 5econds; in hurdles
Under 15, he ran into third place; and be served well
in the relay We won easily.
Paul Entwistle got loud encouragement from our
prefect.led cheer squad as he tried to get in front
at the end of a gruelling gSO. In the Mile also. Paul
had to be content with second. In each raCe he beat
six good runners. Brian Robinson found the opposi_
tion too tall and strong in his 880. It was a thrill
to see him move from fourth to third over the last
twenty yards. It was the Same story with Peter Ruff
- in the Open 100, he was beaLen by inches into
third place; in the 220, he fell from first place to
third over the last thirty yards.
Ian McNeill, although beaten by a record winner
in the Under 15 into 6th. place, was only six yards
behind the winner. \\-'hen the Under 11 competitors
got into their blocks, they looked So very small our little McNeill ran fourth all the way - head
down and completely concentrated. Then young
Bedford ran into fifth place, and A. Anna] also into
fifth after a slow start . .Meanwhile Peter Bedford
had jumped a fine 21 feet to gain second place.
Parade got into fourth place and stayed there, getting to within a point of St. Bede's in third.
Ttrent!!-ri'~
In the Shot Putt, our Bill Scott realised his strength
was used more efficiently in the water than on the
green. \Ve failed in the Under 16, 220; Paul Tierney
looked very tired. So, too, Kevin Herbert fell back
to sixth in his 220. We, in the stand, could appreciate how heavy the going was in the spring
heat and the dry north breeze. Brian Robinson was
beaten into third place by 6 yards by a record
breaker in his 220. To lead for 200 yards, to drop
to third over the next 400, then to fifth, back to
fourth, up to third in the last 20 yards was the story
of G. Carlyle's good 880. In the Under 12 relay,
we had the smallest boy of the day in Stephen Mul.
queeney; he moved his short legs very fast indeed to
save us from being last!
]t was nice to see some of lasL year's boys come
to the stand John Bowman and John Arthur.
Our students from the BroLbers' Training College
joined us; others joined their own cheer squads. On
the field, Adrian Dunne looked well in his St. John's
Ambulance uniform. Len Foster looked as if he
needed Adrian's attention as he plodded into the
tape in his 440.
The relays still found De La Salle forging ahead.
All got most joy from these team runs. Our senior
team had us standing up. Robinson put us first;
Whitehouse left us second; Negrelli kept us second;
Ruff finished s~ond. In the Two-mile Relay, Terry
Barker made a grand run to finish first in his 880;
Jim Gault finished second; Rory McTiernan did his
level best to give the baton to Eddie Beers in fourth
place; Eddie strove hard to win us one point for
fifth place. Before the final :Mile, came the hurdlesCarlyle won a good fifth against a record breaker,
and Dwyer, after a slow start, ran into a good fourth.
To see the stru£gle between Entwistle and Braham
in the mile was grand. Paul kept five yards behind
his worthy opponent over the 1300 yards, but he
couldn't match his speed from then on. He was
second, twenty yards behind the winner.
We had a good day; we were pleased with our
athletes, our coaches, and the old Parade.
Eleventh
Annual
The Cathedral Hall was packed on the evening of
5th July; the number of boys taking part took up
most space. parents filled the re:st. The singing left
one somewhat amazed that it could be so pleasing
from boys. the majority
of whom were passing
through the "change of voice" stage. Especially did
we admire the effort of ever-green Brian Fitzgerald,
who, at the age of seventeen, managed to win the
Open Soprano Solo, with a skilfully interpreted
"Swedish Polka",
All realized that the function could not have taken
place but for the hours of preparation-really,
it Was
only a matter of hOllfS- of the pianists, Mrs. J J.
Cox, f\.Irs. C. G. Cox, l\lrs. J. \V. Killen and l\Hss
A. Brockwell. and of the conductors, Brothers AleDowell, I\'forris, Robinson. ;\-fanion, Green and Fitz.
hardinge; and teachers, Messrs. Rahilly, Hickey,
Pisani, Greaves and Gregor.
Results are worth while recording in some detail,
for winners were only slightly better Ihan losers.
SOLOISTS
Under 14: 1, M. Kenneally; 2, L. Xuereb;
Booth; 4, ~L Price.
Visit
3, T.
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Open Male Voice: 1, A. j\.JeDonald: 2, P. Priestley;
3, D. Coghlan.
CHOIRS
These came from the Houses-.Proficiency,
Inter~
mediate and Senior. Bro. Green's choir from Treacy
Proficiency won with the traditional air, "Were You
There'!"
Mary Earl's "Beautiful Ohio" won for In.
termediate Treacy. under the baton of Bro. ~lc.
Dowell. Senior Lynch sang a: lyric that fitted into
the Welsh song, "Men of Harlech." and had the title,
"Men of Lynch House."
Bro. J\.lorris composed the
words and conducted the choir to success in this
division.
The aggregate
result was interesting.
Lynch, over recent years, had been so good that they
must have been jolted when bearen by Treacy. Bro
:McDowe11 was very pleased, and showed it.
Each of the accompanists was presented with a bouquets by the House Prefects, and the Principal, Rev.
Bro. J. S. Nash, thanked all for an excellent Paradf.
Eisteddfod.
to Adelaide
After a smooth, homely and only fitfully_sleeping
trip through the night of August 1st on the comfortable "Overland",
thirty-three
pupils and three
Brothers arrived expectantly at Adelaide Station at
9 a.m. Our hosts from C.B.C., \Vakefield St.-the
"Parade" of Adelaide-led
by their genial Head.
master, Rev. Bro. T. V. Burke, were there to give
us first taste of the welcome we knew \".e were in
for.
~.
Eisteddfod
Open Soprano: 1. B. Fitzgerald: E. Anderson, S.
Prestia, J\1. Burns, V. Russel!. P. McNair and G.
Mithen.
It was First Friday of August. and our first meeting together was to join the school in offering Holy
Mass in their hall. The day was fine but clouded,
and ten degrees warmer than Melbourne as we left
it. So, "Hit-off" on the go'!f course was enjoyable
in the afternoon.
\Ve had hours free for meeting
the good families that looked after us. Hence, when
we met one another in the school Assembly Hall for
the public speaking contest, we had stories to tell
of the lovely people with whom for the next two
days we were to live.
Bro. Burke spoke words of welcome and intro.
duced adjudicator and speakers.
John Sexton spoke
impromptu on the "Value of School Uniforms", but
was narrowly beaten by Alan Jones, who talked about
"Organized Sports". Victory carne our way in the
"Prepared Speech", when Michael O'Meara impressed
us with an oration on "Australia
and Our Asian
Neighbours". However. our hosts won the night with
an even and well-prepared debating team, which af.
firmed that ''Youth is Decadent".
Our three speakers, John Pedrotti, Tim !\.IcQueenand
John Sexton,
scored 290 points, and Wakefield St. 300 points. John
Sexton scored highest points of all sh speakers.
The sun broke through on the Saturday morning
and the football match on the Brothers' Oval wa!"
played in just.right weather. The surface was wet,
with muddy patches; but the game was far harder
and more interesting than the scores indicate.
\Ve
won 9.11 to 2.1. The day was happily rounded off
with a dance in the C.B.C. Hall.
~:fost of us went to ~Iass in drizzling rain on the
Sunday.
The handbail' and tennis, because of the
conditions, started late. Two games were played in
each sport before rain won the morning. Honours
were evenwe had won three out of three in the
tennis; our hosts, two out of two-the
doubles-in
the handball.
So, competition left us even, and WE'
were happy about this. The rain kept with us most
of the afternoon, but it did not prevent our having
an interesting
and educational
bus trip to the
suburbs.
\Ve stopped at the 1\\'0 Brothers' Colleges~
Rostrevor and Strathmont.
\Ve spent an hour see.
iug the attractive "satellite city" of Elizabeth. where
the fifth C.B.C. will be established in South Australia.
Last meal ~ith our friends, the drive to Central
Station, farewells on the platform, waves as the Overland moved out, and goodbye to Adelaide with the
sight of the lighted city, as the train climbed slowly
the hills that shelter the welI.planned, orderly and
beautiful capital of Australia's centre and growing
State.
It means so much more now to us. It is
the home of new friends. of good memories, of an
interschool trip that must be productive of good
for us aU in the years to come. Thanks, Brothers,
boy'), and generous hosts of Adelaide's "Parade".
MATRlCULAnON I A~D II
Back Row: A. Callinan, P. Harrison, ]. Schultz, D. Donovan, M. Gonzales, 'V. Scott.
Row: P. Forehan, J. Cattanach. L. Foster, R. Nece:Ii.
M. Howie, P. PriC5Uy. J. Granger, A. Killen, P. Owen,
,
T. Barker, G. Rigg, G. Hewitt.
Third Row: M. \\'hiting, H. Geliewski, T. Hill, C. Rutten, P. Gill, D. Anderson, \V. Forster, M. McKinley, J. Sexton,
Second
Fourth
Front
A. Ryan, D. Carter, R. Ruff, ]. Noonan.
Row: P. Ruff, ]. Drago, B. Breen, M. Ackland. B. Read, E. :\feagher, K. O'Laughlin, P. Niall, A. Van Prooyen,
Winch, J. Considine, R. Rossi.
now: D. McCrohan. B. Williams, ]. Pedrotti. M. Dineen, A. Porter. M. Springstein, P. Mas, B. Doig. B. Insigneli,
D. Cogh1llll, M. Laming, T. MCQUt'eD,
]. Chiera.
J.
VAlETE
John Arthur-Glad
to see hiill at Combined Sports.
Hope he does well at his first Voi. exams in the
Law SchooL
Michael Atkinson-Doing
Civil Engineering as a
StafT Cadet in the Royal Military College, Dllntroon.
Ra)"mond Ba.'iile-Attending the .Brothers' Business
School in, the evening classes at North Melbourne,
studying Commercial Law, Accounting, Auditing,
and working in the Taxation Department.
Garry Bennel-In
the commercial world with
Ma}'ne Nickless and studying Accountancy 1.
Brendan Bcr~in-AIso
with business, at Humes
Ltd. He has a sales cadetship award from these
people.
John nrndiclI-]s
a trainee accountant with Good~
child Shoes, and is with the Brothers in North's
Accountancy Class.
Kn'in Hroph)'-Has
his time occupied with studies
for the teaching service at the Coburg Teachers'
Collegc.
Richard Brown-Is
with Kevin at Coburg, and is
training for the Primary Teacher's Certificate.
Thoma~ Carmody-Gets
his pay envelope from the
Taxation Dept., as a clerk. Wisely he looks to com~
pleting accountancy at Torth C.B.C.
Ra)' CosteI!ol"-Hopes
to do better this year at
J\-fatric. ant1 is studying for this purpose .
.John Cox-A
winner of both Commonwealth
GOY!.Scholarship and a Secondary Teacher's Stlldentship. John has chosen to use the laUer, and, as a
servant of the Education Department, is studying
Science at the VnL
!\fichael Cresp-In
the office of Butler, Fanning
Co., 'Michael works as a clerk and is pursuing ac~
countancy studies.
Barry Culhane-He
is with John Cox in the Edu.
cation Dept" studying Science at the Uni. with a
view to becoming a secondary teacher.
D:nid Cullen-Is
in the Tit!es Office working at
the ledgers.
TeD)' Cl!shen-Hopes
to make his living supplying
folk with spectacles. He is studying Optometry in
Lhe Applied Science Scbool.
~eil Dalton-Neil
slipped in Matric., but got two
subjects. He is to sit again this December, He works
with Housing Commission meantime.
firian Davies-At
Coburg Teacher's College.
Terence Dmon-Terry
looks to the day when he
will hold his Diploma of Public Administration.
Meanwhile. he works in the PJ ••.
f.G. Research laboratories as a clerk. His eldcr brother professed his
religious vows at the C.B. Novitiate in March. His.
mOlher still active in working for Parade; his father.
too!
Ray Van Eade-His
mother also is a Parade
Auxiliary. Ray studies at the Melbourne Tech. in the
Land Survey School and works in the Crown Law
Dept.
John Fabre-Using
the privileges of Common.
wealth Scholarship and Newman Exhibition, John
is in his fir~t year at Uni. doing: the combined course
for Medicine and Science.
Gary LJuch-Privileged
to have a Commonwealth
Scholarship, Gary is a science studer.t at the UnL
Patrick Farrelly-Works
for the State in the Land
Taxation Offices; studies accountancy.
John Mah-Johnny
he gets his mutric.
Alfred Galea-At
the Uni. in the Science School,
availing of the Commonwealth
Scholarship he won.
Graham M3nsfield-He's
P.f\.I.G. Labs. He is doing
Melbourne Tech. Won a
Premiership side. Congrats.
with Terry Dillon in the
a "Computor Course" at
place in Old Paradians
Graham!
John J\[CConvill:-Studying
Werribee.
for the priesthood
Anthon).- Gartland-Doing
Arts Cour"~e at the
'Shop". His father prominent worker for education
justice; mother also. Active Parade auxiliaries.
Hugh Ga)"nor-Paradians
penetrate.
Hugh is a
clerk in the big Spencer St. Offices of the Railways,
studying for Leaving English and Geog.
Daniel Gibson-Hopes
architecture
will support
him and is finding things about it at the VoL
Karl Harrigan--Good
to see variety in these notes.
Here is Karl at the Uni. in the Veterinary Science
School.
Patrick Heagert}'--Studying
accounts and working
in the accounts branch of Taxation Dept.
John Lanigan-The
first one of last year's group
to be with the banks. John studies accountancy, and
is in the office of the E.S. and A. Bank.
Terr)" Little-His
pass enabled him to win a renewal of his Commonwealth
Scholarsbip and enter
the School of ~'ledicine at the Uni.
Gregory Lo Presti-Is
enrolled in the evening
school of the Brothers at North. Earns bis wages
from R.A.C.V. in Queen St. as a clerk.
Robert
Swinburn
Minip-Gives
his fuB time to classes at
Tech. Commerce '3cbooI.
:MATRICULATION
Bilek Row: B. Stafford. ~1. Core, P. Entwhistle, A. Misch.
P.uul McCrohan-Is
Teacher's College.
hopes to do pharmacy
after
at
finishing his year at Coburg
John McDonell-One
of the "parHimc"
mengets his wages from Public Works Dept., and studies
Civil Engineering at Melb. Tech.
Peter McKelson-Student
at Corpus Christi. Winning races there as well. Father is trainer with the
premier O.P. Amateur side; mother is a working
member of the Parade Auxiliary.
David l\lcGlinn-Still
Inter. at Box Hill.
a boy at school. Doing Tech.
Terence McKiterick-Using
Commonwealth
arship in the Law School of l\felb. Uni.
Schol.
.
Brian McNamara-Enrolled
in Melb. Tech. Diploma of Civil Engineering course.
Gerald Meagher-Winner
of Govt. Scholarship;
"undergraduating"
in Science.
is
Peter Mona<;Ie-Our
rep. in the Royal Navy, but
may never go to sea! Is clerking and studying':accountancy.
III Ar\D
IV
Second Row: B. Mithen, A. Chiodo, A. Macdonald, R. Rezura, G. Hurdes, J. Coghlan, P. Hedger, A. Dunne, P. Hanvin,
J. O'Shea.
Thirtl Row: T. 1'iason,J. Morath, B. Hethertoo, B. Co).-Ie.J. JONett,P. Clements, E. Murphy, J. Smith. P. Shehan, P. Sergeant,
A. Comito.
.
Fourth Row: E. Cattach, P, Elms, P. Sumner, T. Ryan, N. Vincent, A. Delmonaco, D. Symes, G. Pound. P. O'Dwyer,
B. Fitzgerald, G. Downing, J. I.e Rme.
Front ROtc: F. Kennedy, K. Pilkington. P. ~Ieagber, F. Traino.', A. Haines, C. Prender$ast, E. Beers, A, Seymour, C. Connnr,
W. Bell, V. Cazaly, M. Glover, J. RodJgari.
"
Twenty-nim;,
Raymond l\loore-Is
with Smith. Johnson,
countants and is studying their business.
Ac-
Anthony Morgan-'Vinning
a Federal Scholarship
and a Forestry Scholarship, Anthony avails of them
to get through the VnL course in Science.
John Mount-Son
of the D.P. President.
Won
Cbmmonwealth Scholarship. Is in the Arts School
at the Uni. Played sterling football with the O.P.s,
but missed games through injuries.
Patrick l\lount-Winner.
with his twin, of Commonwealth Scholarship. Had his eye on Pharmacy
as a profession. Likes football and has done great
work with the premier O.P. sides.
J2.mes O'Donnell-Works
for the State as a clerk
in the Buildings Branch of the Education Dept.
BaIT)' Pritchard-With
the R.A.C.V.
Insurance and studying accountancy.
in Motor
Michael Quin-Won
a Secondary Teacher's Studentship and studies Arts.
Ward Rooncy-Another
who has selected Melb.
Tech. for Applied Science. Holds a Cadetship with
Bureau of Meteorology.
Terence nouse-Two
scholarships Common~
wealth and State Forests. Studies Botany, Geology,
Physics, Chern., at Creswick School of Forestry.
Gordon Shannon-Studying
At A.1\'f.P. Society.
and working insurance.
Kevin Sharkey-Still
a student. This year doing
Diploma of Commerce.
Paul Sherril£-Is
at Dookie Agricultural Cbllcge.
Brian Odgers-Is with the firm of the big cashCarlton Brewery. He is one of their I'trainee scientists", specialising in chemistry. I wonder what kind?
Michael Tinsle)'-Works
at l.H.C. 5th .. Melbourne,
and is repeating his Matriculation course.
Lance O'Farrell-Elected
architecture for his study
at the VoL as a Scholarship winner in '62.
John O'Keefe-In
the car business with Club
Motor Insurance of R.A.C.V. Hopes to do accountancy.
Kenneth Palmer-With
his GoV!. Scholarship and
his Commonwealth one as well, he lives at Newman
and studies in the Science School of the Uni.
GSl'}' Parkcr-Learning
how to teach at Frankston
College.
Garr}" PaUerson-Began
as temporary clerk in
Stamp Duties Office, and enrolled in Faculty of
Architecture at Melb. VnL
"'a)ne Tyrrell-In
class of Commerce at Melb.
Tech. Earns his money from taxation, in Probate
Duties Office.
Edward Wallace-Learning
about "draughting" and
'\'orking for State Rivers and Waters.
Peter Waters-Is
teacher~training at Coburg Col~
lege.
David White-A
clerk in Taxation Office; studying accountancy at Melb. Tech.
Lesle}' Whitele~'-With
the S.E.C. ParHime in
Arts FacuIty.
Paul '\'indsor-In
the office of Herman, Crowlett,
accountants of East Preston.
I
Back
ROtt!.
O. Conle)'.
J. O'Bnen,
LEAVIKG CERTIFICATE I AND 11
D.
Quinn,
T.
Crott)",
V . .stella.
T. Stillman,
K. Fields,
Z. Kiss,
~f. Hale,
G. Zekan,
R. Trew.
Sectlud
Third
Row:
P. Smith. J. Hutchins. P. Street, R. McTietllAn, ]. Grindlay, D. Collins, T. Daniels, J. Orr, S. Browne,
P. Dihm, B. FInd)", B. Swallow, B. O'Shannassy.
RQw: J. Robotham,
A. Mears, T. Gibson, R. Ca"CO. S. Cnatiw, L. Bebro, B. POUItOD_
M. Dobson, S. R.izzi,
D. \Valh,ee, L. Ryan, R. Cassar.
r.
Rou;: T. O'Connor, A. Del ~follaco ]. Pierce, 1. McCluskey,
'Warton, P. Butler, M. 'Vbitl-llouse,
'Yo Lnvef)',
S. ;\.kColl\'ilI.G. O'~eil1, A. Cll.hili, J. Gartland, T. Bourke.
Row: S. Hill. S. Romanski, G. Biggs, T. Dri"er. !\1. Van P~kren. }of. O'Meara, B. Dillon, F. Cahill, K. Jones.
K. Baiubridgf",
K. Filzpatric1t.
A. Yammouni,
D. r..leagh('r, A. Hubbard.
Scared:
D. O'Neill.
J. ?\oonan, M. Sheales, K. AndE:non, ]. Hendrie, P. Curtis, B. Brian, K. Hahennan, ]. O'Shea,
Fourth
Fifth
J. .Man~our. K. La"Tie, B. ScholtJer, K. Monagle, D. Mrt-han, A. Cefni.
Thirty
CADETS
Officer Commanding;
McDowell.
Rev. Brother.
.First T crill Bivouac: April 26th-28th
lengarook.
Captain.
j,
S.
at Eelst Bal-
Purpose - The first stage of military work in the
bush. The value of the exercise was that we learnt
something of what living together means. Jt pro-vided good opportunities for initiative and leadership.
We arrived Friday afternoon - did little but get
settled. Early darkness found us trying to get to
sleep. still settling down. Saturday, a programme of
basic lle!dcraft Was gone through. There was a merry
sing-song round the camp fires that night. j\.'lass on
Sunday. clean-up of the area, and- then, back to the
city. Thanks to Brothers for arranging it.
Rifle Shoot: Held Second Term at Williamstown.
We had prepared on our own "handball.court"
25
yards range. At the big range, we used the bren
gun, the 303 rifle, and the Owen Machine Carbine.
~'fOSl successful cadets were: C.S.M. D. Costa, Sgt.
M. Laming- Sgt. L. Bebm.
Annual Camp: Our most important exercise, and
our most successful one. Preparations were thorough.
Brother McDowell deserves our congratulations.
We arrived at Puckapunyal. August 2200. Stayed
there ten days. Had a grand healthy time. Heavy
rain on the first day didn't stop tis doing our pre .
liminary field training. Sunday Was fine and we had
visitors - who brought good things too.
I\dvcnture came with Exercise Uosebowl - four
day bivouac in the State Forest. It was an exercise
of living in the open. of going through realistic
manoeuvres on the three forested hills with flares.
blanks and "make.believe"; the experience was grand.
Last two days. we spent in the Seymour Camp, a
marc regular set--up. There, we had Open Range
Practice - Bren gun, ritle, and the pistol. How happily tired we were when we got back home! How we
slept! We Were volunteers in the unit this ye-ar.
Hence. we were keen. And that meant success.
Congratulation~ to: Peter Priestle)', the "Best
C.V.O. of '63"; in charge of the Signallers.
Gerald
Hel',iU. an excellent Under Officer; who, with Ber.
nard Mithen organised the advanced infantry platoon.
Arthur Del Monaco controlled efficiently tbe "Spe.
cialisL••", and a cadet platoon.
Peter Owen,-. Terry
Hill, Dou/.:las Carter~ John Co~hlan~ Michael Ackland. Tony Callanan and Terry Barker did splendid
work in leading groups and organising exercises. Our
CADET OFFICERS
C.U.O. P. Priestle)', R.S.M. G. Ze1can, C.U.Q. P. Owen, C.U.O. A. Callinan.
Row: C.U.Q. G. Hewitt. C.S.M. R. Costa. C.U.Q. B. Mithen, C.S.M. M. CRnnody,
T. Burker.
Seat?d: C.U.Q. T. llill, C.U.D. D. Carter, C.U.D. M. Ackland, C.~.O. A. Delmonaco.
Buck
ROle:
Middle
C.S.M. S. Foy, C.U.Q.
R.S.M. has filled his onerous
George Zekan.
position
excellently,
J. O'Shea and T. Daniels: Rifle Shot: L. Behm.
"A" Company
Leonard.
Passing-Out Parade: This was done without much
fuss, but very correctly. Cadets paraded before the
Headmaster. Rev. Brother Nash, who inspected the
ranks and especially the guard. He was evidently
pleased with our display and our precision, our neat.
ness and our bearing. He presented the awardsOutstanding
Leadership:
Awards: G. Hewitt, L. Behm. B.
"B" Company Awards: B. ~fithen, J. Springsteen,
J. Rohotham.
"C" Company Awards: T. Barker, G. O'Neill, B.
Robinson.
Peter Priestley.
"BIVOUAC"
W. B. Russell Award: G. Hewitt; Specialist Awards:
On the scrub-covered slopes six miles from the
military huts of Pucka, towards sunset and in the
wonder quiet of the bush, Parade cadet unit offered
Holy Mass with the camp chaplain, Father O'Brien
from Warrnambool parish. On the damp ground,
we stood and knelt in worship before the simplest of
altars as we joined in the dialogue of the Mass with
the priest. Behind the table altar was the cross of
thin, cleaned sapling gum, the cross piece tied with
rope. The crucifix was a six. inch high one, the
missal merely a big prayer book. the ciborium a
silver dish. All fitted in with th~' God-filled environment. All was quiet until" after the consecration;
then a jackass laughed and other birds broke the
silence. What a privilege it was to be thus inspired
by the Mass and by the bush! It was the Feast of
the great doctor of the Church, Saint Augustine. '";
LEAVIKG CERTIFICATE III AKD IV
Back
RoUl: B. Da)"ton. P, Rigg, M. Corbo)'. S. Foy. L. Porta.
G. Carter,
B. Hard)".
P. Gordon,
P. Tiepvo.
R, Costa.
Second Row:
T. O'Day,
J.
Fitzgerald,
M. Forehan, A. 8ooark.
P. Co", F. Marchdlo,
"
J.
Namuik,
K. O'Farrell,
B. Ch,lnlula.. T. Pollock,
C. Johllson.
B. D'Arcy,
Row: M. Ke5ik, P. Purcell, G. Coppi, D. Lucas. P. B<-dford, P. Johmon. J. Gault, P. Russo, B. McDonald, G. Cook,
P. Pellegrini, D. Boyle.
Fourl11 Row: C. \Venlock, K. !I."lunday, T. Stanuus, M. Ko••.aks, D. Smark. P. Thomas, C. Glen. P. Dw)"er, P. Tierney.
E. Harris, F O'Brien, G. Hodder. R. Perrazo.
Fifth ROID: R. Doherty, R. Stroud, N. Smith, T. Meehan, D. Sheahan, A. Bennet, D. Cull, R. Ki.lpatrkk, P. Rus.~ell,
D. Clancy, R. Dutton. A. McNabb.
Seated: S. Xlicolaci, J,.. Antoniadcs, G. Meagher, A. MU1ph)', J. Lannon, P. Thomas, ]. Gonera, B. Rayner, M. Mehine,
Third
H. L"lndeni, L. Pczzimentl. B. Donnelly, R. Treganowan.
INTER PURPLE Al'D GOLD
BUl;k Row:
S. Oakley, P. Rowlands, T. Moran, P. RUSRl;k.
Sixth ROle: R. Constance, R. Batty, G. Azel, R. Morgan, ),I. Higgins, D. Cos!CJ'ilf, 1. ~lroziJ.:. C. Kleinhenz, B. l\kDonald,
T. Hudson, A. \Vheelcrn, 1. Downing.
Fifth Row: t. Tschuch, G. Brandon, B. Gro ••..
er, K. Knott, G. Hart, ]. Peoples, R. Bell, P. Hardy, ~L Pidering,
K. Healey.
J. Nieuwlcerk.
Fourtli Row: R. Stewart, P. Killen, P. Dafft'y, B. Faux, A. Mariani, V. Nangle, L. Kobylinski, R. Costello, B. Leonard,
P. Jenele, L. Scott, ~f. Corrie.
Third Row: A. Petersen, M. Main, A. White, G. Rawlings, P.Tiemey, T. Wal~h, M. McInerney, ]. O'Sullivan, P. Paradiso,
K. Dutton, A. ~fercuri. A. O'Callaghan,
G. Carlin.
Second Row: P. Rush, K. McMahon. G. Hay, ]. Phyland. P. Hanison, B. Buchanan. B. Robinson, P. Overend, D. Lavery,
B. Hermans. M. Boyle. D. Richardson.
Front
Row: R. Stafford, S. Mead, R. Pedenen.
Tan ]ohnnsO'l,
M. Fnlldner, J. Ft'nsling, P. Quinlan, G. Perkins.
D. Cahill,
]. Scott,
P. Bittisnich.
n.
Crnnin.
R. CMbroore.
SENIOR DEBA TINe
The men who do much for us in this most im.
portaot branch of English"- and indeed of lifeare the adjudicators.
The Parade Brother who or.
ganises debates has splendid Old Boys to ask to
judge and criticise. This year, we had Mr. Jim Gorman, who is a Queen's Counsellor; Mr. Tom Cleary,
one of the city's leading solicitors, who handles so
much law business for the Brothers; Mr. Adrian
Redmond, also a leading solicitor, who was at Parade
from '18 tiII '24; Mr. John Bowman, who, dux last
year here, handled quite competently some Inter.
mediate Debates, in which, by the way, Parade boys
were unbeaten; and solicitor, Mr. Phil Pippey. Old
Boy of St. Kevin'os.
Best senior speaker was John Sexton. John was
studying for Scholarship in Second Year, and restrict.
ed his speaking to our happy event in Adelaide where
he secured highest marks for any individual speaker.
Leaving Certificate best boy was Michael O'Meara.
Michael won the prepared speech contest in Adelaide
against a Matriculation
opponent.
J-;e represented
Parade in the "Youth Speaks For Australia" contest
- one speaker from each school, and 173 schools
entered.
Other seniors who helped to make" the
debates interesting and who profited most from them
were John Pedrotti, Gerald Hewitt, Bernard Mithen,
Paul Clements, John Cattanach and Timothy l\.kQueen. The names of eight boys can be given for
distinction in Leaving: Stan McConviIl, Stan Romanski, Tim Daniels, Bill Lavery, John Mansour.
Grant O'Neill, Alan Hubbard and Sergio Rizzi.
. The Intermediate pupils won debates against teams
from North Melbourne and East Brunswick. Boys
like Stephen Clark, Gerard Carlin, Keith Parker,
Robert Lewis, and Des Fitzgerald showed distinct
promise. It is to be hoped that these, and others,
should develop what is a special ability, to be so
self-controlled, so able to concentrate, as to speak
clearly on topics of iI.TIportance and interest,
T1drly-three
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SWIMMING TEAM
Back .Row: E. Siriani. ]. Delamarla. T. O'OS)', G. Zekan, ]. Kamnik, D. Ma.rtinof. L. Scott, P. Tierney. B. Twome)',
Middle Rou;: D. Nicholson, R. Quinn. G. Pouse, B. 'VnIiams, J. Black, K. Scott. G. Meese. P. Van Prooyen.
Seated: D. Meagher, Y. LoWl)', G. Tieppo, W. Scott (cnpt.),
M. Ackland, A. Smark, ]. Peo!lles. B. Donnelly.
A.C.C. Swimming CarnivalIt is pleasing to report Parade's second successive
victory in the A.C.C. Swimming carnival-and this
time the College recorded an increased victory margin,
The win was a fine team effort. Of the 28 events
contested. Parade scored 10 Firsts, 6 Seconds, 4
Thirds, 6 Fourlhs, 1 Fifth, 1 Unplaced.
Such success was well merited, for the boys had trained ex.
tremely hard.
The Carnival provided an excellent night's swim.
ming, in which nine records were broken and one
equa!led.
Parade swimmers were responsible fot
seven of these. Outstanding competitors of the night
were Bill and Leo SCOll. who each set three new reo
cords. Bill's 220 yds. freestyle in 2 min. 11.3 sec.
(9.8 s"c. faster than Lhe All Schools' record), and
his 110 yds. freestyle in 57.4 sec. (l.4 sec. faster than
his Own All Schools' record), were magnificent ef.
forts. Bill now holds all Open A.C.C. records, breast.
stroke excluded. whi!e Leo holds all Under 13 and
<til Under 14 records. John Peoples was anothcJ
swimmer to perform brilliantly, with a win in the
Under 16 butterflystroke.
Fin.al Results: Parade 135, De La Salle 89. l"or(1I
Melbou.rne 76, St. Kilda 59, ::'\.larcelJin 57, Easl
Brunswick 51, St. Hede's 41, Essendon 24.
The place-getters
for Parade
with times were:
OPEN
220 Yds. Frees(~"e: 1st, W. Scott, 2 min. 11.3 sec,
(Ree.) (Previous rce. 2.17.0.)
ThirltJ-/olir
Parade Premiers Again
110 Yds. Free~1,,'lc: 1st, W. Scott, 57.4 sec. (Rec.]
(Previous rec. 59.4.)
55 Yds. llack.!l1roke: 1st, \V. Scott. 33.8 sec.
55 Yds. BultcrD)': 1st, W. Scott, 29 sec. (Rec.~
(Previous ree. 29.1.)
Din: 3rd. l\L Ackland.
220 Yds. Rela)': 1st, \V. Scott. M. Ackland, 1.
Namnik. P. Tierney, 1 min. 57.8 sec. (Ree.)
UNDER 16
Freestyle: 4th. J. Peoples. 19.7 sec.
Butterfly:
J st. J. Peoples. 31.9 sec.
Breaststroke:
3rd, G. Zekan, 41.1 sec.
B~ck..'i(roke: 4th. A. Smark, 37.1 sec.
220 Yds. Rel:t~': 2nd. D. Martinov,
Smark, P. Tierney. 2 min. 4.7 sec.
J. Peoples. A
Din: 4th, T. O'Day.
UNDER
Freest)'le:
15
2nd. P. Tierney. 29.1 sec.
BreaMsfroke:
4th. P. Tierney,
42 sec.
Bt:ckstroke: 3rd, V. Lowry, 36.7 sec.
Din: 2nd. B. Donnelly.
UNDER
14
Freesf)'le: 1sf, L. Scott, 28.6 sec (Ree,) (Previom
rec. 30.3 sec.)
Breaststroke: 1st, L. Scott, 40.4 sec. (Ree.) (Previ.
ous ree. 42.6 sec.)
Hack.\trokc: 1st, L. Scott, 35 sec. fRee.) (Previou!
rcc. 36.1 sec.)
Relay: J st, L Scott. J. Dellamarta,
Toomey. 2 min. 14.4 sec.
UNDER
R. Black,
P.
13
Freestyle: 5th. P. Quinn, 36.5 sec.
Breaststroke: 4th, P. Quinn, 52.2 sec.
UNDER
12
Freest;}'le: 2nd, B. Williams, 36 sec.
Breaststroke: 2nd, B. 'Williams, 45.7 sec.
Rela)': 3rd, B. Williams, K. Scott, P. Van ProoyeD,
n. Nicholson, 2 min. 39.1 sec.
UNDER
11
Freestl'le:
2nd, K. Scott, 37 sec.
Freestyle:
UNDER 10
4th, G. Meese, 48.3 sec.
ALL SCIIOOLS' SWIM~IING
The programme for this carnival was not a satis.
factory one for us this year so only a few evenU
were entered. Leo Scott won the Under 14 Butter.
fly in the record time of 31.5 sec., and came second
in the 110 Yds. Freestyle. Parade's 440 Yds. Undel
16 Freestyle Relay came third in the final. as also
did the 440 Yds. Medley Relay team.
Congratulations
Swimming
to these boys.
Cup Winners
Under Nine: M. Groves: Under Ten: H. .Mathews;
Under Eleven: K. Scott; Under Twelve: B. Williams;
Under Thirteen: P. Quinn; Under Fourteen: Equal,
J. Dellamarta and M. Jeffers.
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SOCCER
=
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AT PARADE
This is news. For the first time in history, Parade
fielded soccer teams - two of them. For the first
time ever, We soccered against another team - our
old friends, "North".
First games. our Firsts were
beaten; our Seconds won. Second games (Big return
feature), our Firsts won, and our Seconds lost. We
enjoyed ourselves, and thank the Brothers for giving
us the sport and the games.
"The Paradian" wishes to record our Firsts - it's
historic! A. Chiodo lCapt.), B. Chamula, J. Chiera,
D. Coghlan, A. Comito, G. Coppi. H. GieJeswki, S.
Gnatiw, P. Hermans, A. t.larianni, P. Paradiso, A.
Rossi, C. Rutten, P. Trainor, L. Pezzimenti.
I~!ER BLUE Al\1) GREEN
(L. to R.): A. Rossi, A. Symes, P, Fields, P. Dernpse»', T. Keenan, P. McCarthy, R. Home, :M. Oliver, G.
Norwood, J. Clancy, K. Parker, R. Poulson, S. Goode.l, B. O'Neill.
Fifth Row: M. Roux, G. Carlyle, K. Hunter, 1. Sharples, 1. ),[c:-lelll, 1. King, ),1. Glt't'son, E. Orlandi, K. Brickncll,
P. O'Grady, S. Clarke, R. Cromie, G. Hare.
Fourth Rot": T. Franklin, O. Laird, Elms, L. Kiss, W, Peat, P. Chambl.'r1ain,V. Lowry, R. Cannizzo, T. O'Mearn, M.
Glynn, J. Elliott, B. Niclasen, 1. Ramsdale, G. Sulli••..
an.
Third Row: M. Johnson, R. WiliOD,G. 'Crosby, A. Walters, B. Rutherford, P. Gi1les~ie,A. O'A1forno,D. Ryan, G. Rogers,
B. Walker, P. Keumey, D. Fitzgerald, P. La7.7.ar1.
Second ROll.': S. Owen, G. Annstrong, K. Quin, R. Nlljim, L. Cahill, ~l. Mulligan, R. Farrel, B. Rock, G. Wetz1n, W,
Nowicki, P. Carroll, F. Rosbrook, ),1. O'Keeffe, T. Lester.
Front Row: A. Aubebrook, S. Kenna, 1. Cull, T. Condon, A. Giviu, R. Ll.'wis, G. Bo»'le, B. White, 1. McCormack, 1.
McGrath, P. O'Connor, D. 10D('5, P. Connor, G. Walten, P, Fraser.
Back Row
PROFICIENCY OXE AND nyO
Back
Fifth
Row: G. Ridd:e, \V. Wt"St, P. Davies.
Row: A. Addicoat, D. Evans, :-I. Andrews, F. Bertoli, C. BuccUa, G. Bobin, M. Caldwell, E. Scivione, M. EDiot,
P. O'Dwyer, S. Prestia.
Fourt1J
ROftJ: ]. Smith, C. Kiall. S. Mithen, R. Downina:, M. Cain. P. Nicholson,
P. Hartigan, ]. Adams, P. O'Stlllivan,
"I.
Kenneally, ]. Lofflcr, M. Watt.
Row: P. Gonzales, C. Prince, B. Gooley. ]. Hankin, P. Toomey, ]. Dorian, R. Pettis. R. Cosgriff, M. Turinski, P.
McNair, B. Kearney, M. Lane, P. ]enkiI15o!!.
Second Row: T. Clark, R. CllSsar, D. O'Brien, M. Maroney, B. \Vilson, R. Chadwick, T. Murph)', K. Lyncoln, P. Saunders,
H. Hacknt>f, P. Hickling.
Fronl Row: M. Kerwin, A. Morrissey, J. HowlUd, P. Frost, A.
Johnson. 1\.1.Dnnne, K. Glyno. J. Smith, J. Jordao, P. Moran,
_
]. Haberman,
D. Kennedy, M. Andersoo.
~
..
Third
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•..
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PROFICIEKCY TIIREE, FOUR.
B. Collins. M. Abrahams, P. Wilson, F. Duea.
P. W)'att, ]. Bolton, G. Malachowski, D. O'ConDt'lI, N. Goodlt't,
Lor('nz, B. CoQk, D. Gollop.
Back Rorc:
Fiftl1 Row:
FOllrlll Row:
Haines,
Third Row:
G.
Pilusler, N. Vasiliou,
C. Bezzina, S. }oll-Carthy, E. AJldt"fSon, M. Di Piazza,
K. McElwain, ].
J. Cummins. A. PoUoek, N. Di Pardo.
J. Grllnam, M. Wilson, P. SpauU, R. Tumman, G. ~foore. S. Mcllugll,
PhiWps,
P. Mobilia,
A. Jledmond,
C.
'''atson,
P.
T.
1. Fostt'r, M. Gould, n. Patterson,
P. Nicholls. P. Burt, J. McLaughlin, B. Ris;::s;::.
Row:
Charles Metohan, \V. McNall>', P. Sltopheus, M. ~1urray, N. O'Farrell, P. Ln\\Tie, T. H('nd~rson. D. Borlcs,
M. Green, S. Wallis, N. Perkim.
Front ROil;: P. Pt'Tnzza, B. Winch, D. Hodgl.:ins, R. Black, P. Hurt's, D. Bdlew, G. Ma>', D. Moort'. \V. Ryan, J. M.ilesi,
Sc(:clIld
S. Clements,
A. Stackpole,
M. Young.
PROFICIEKCY
FIVE
A!I>D SIX
Row: W. Hankin, II. Stewart. ]. ~Iet"hi\n. K. Stafford. J. Sheoo}", C. Nestor, R. Kondys, ]. Gilligan. S. Dutton. ),1. de
Verc('l1j. T. Ml:Veigh,
P. Gallop, L. KOnd>'s.
Fourth RO'!c: P. Dowling, E. Sirianni, E. Gwtowski,
A. Audle)', R. Spagnolo, R. Grollo, C. BhuJlpied.
P. Kelly, T. O'Shan~
IlaMf'Y. ]. Edwards,
G. LilI).~t. V. Tnst"rTQ.
Third ROll}: V. Russell, R. Osborne, J. Duggan, G. Cronan, A. Co:'\:. ). Bradley. ]. O'Connor,
C. ~Iet'han. P. Alessi, ].
Collan!, P. Ku:.sane,
P. Fa'.1X, F. Farrelly.
Second
Row: N. Picken. B. Smyth, G. Brown, B. O'Donnell, ]. CulleD. J. Sullivan, P. Anoal, H. Welemsee. C. Menne)",
E. Sheahan, D. Robert:!, R. Clarke.
Frunt Row: B. Lewis, :M. O'Counor, R. Din('('n, T. Booth, M. Rnmsdale, M. Boradio, N. Diemer.
N. Gdain. P. Hemo:;,
T. Toohey, B. Carmony, D. McVeigh, C. Robb.
Back
FORM II
Back Row: ]. We-iller, B. Butler, K. l-IM"bert, P. Millman, D. Martinov, M. Morgan,
Raw: A. Fagano, M. Horper, P. Davis, ~1. Delmonaco, G. Way, L. Tosolini, C. Robinson, F. Anderson, B. Sutherland,
L. Marino.
Second
Third Row: T. Silvers, D. Ryan, L. Canoll,
P. Da.•..
is.
Fourtll Row: P. Hendrie,
Fl\:mt
.
], Inglis, B, Kelly. F. MartinelH,
J.
Proietto,
G. Erown, H. Cooper, D. McElwaine,
T. Hird, G. 'Vebh, T. Banfield. K. Kazazes, C. Romanski, M. Quinn, E. Ellul, P. Cullen,
L. Xuertb, D. R)'on, C. Resceniti.
RolV:
B. Miller, B. Duffy, ~1. Trainor, G. O'Hara, G. Glab, R. Hough, S, McCormack. P. Harper, M. Burns, K. Bell,
M. PIL1saro, A. Trask, L. Iozzi.
FIRST XI
C. Connor. T. R)'an. M. Forehan, N. ]. Vincent, P. L. Bedford, ]. Rodiitari.
Fumt Row: M. Gonzales, L. Foster, A. Killen (capt.), D. Donoyan, P. Hamin.
Back
Row:
(;RICKET
A.C.C. CRICKET -
1963
1963 brol>ght a most successful season to the
Parade First Eleven. An unexepected defeat in the
final match left them equal premiers with St. Bede's.
There were ;;everal outstanding efforts by the players,
but the yeClr's success was primarily a team effort,
under the Clstute coaching. of Brother McDowell.
The members of the team were:
TQn~' Killen: Captain. Tony had a most successful
season, claiming 10 wickets and the bowling average.
He also scored a valuable 82 runs for the year, his
best score being 31.
Len Fns.1er: Vice-Captain. Len, although be was
not as successful as expected. gave invaluable assist.
ance to Tony and the. team.
Michael Gonza.les: Michael. opening both
bowling and the batting, claimed 13 wickets
98 runs, his best score being 28.
the.
and
Peter Uedrord: Peter had outstanding success. He
scored 196 runs, and took 18 wickets with leg spinTI,ir'y-dglJt
ners. His best score was 83 n.O., and he figured in
many valuable partnerships.
Tom R)'an: Tom also had a most successful year.
He scored 117 runs in the seven matches, his best
score being 57 n.o.
Gerard Rigg: Opening the batting, Gerard consistently put the team off to a good start. He made
82 runs and his best score was 33.
Chds Connor: Chris impressf"d as a wicket-keeper
of great potential, and his form was extremely gratifying to the bowlers.
Peter Hz.mrin: Peter, although out of form
most of the games, scored a handy 46 runs.
for
Jee Rodigari: Joe was an excellent stand-by opener,
and was always a rock of defence when needed.
Dan Donm/an: Dan (with his use of the new ball)
gave great assistance to tbe bowling attack.
Noel Vincent: A very handy batsmen when called
upon, and \vith ability 10 howl medium pacers.
T.P.R.
UNDER 15 CRICKET
Conch: Rev. Bro.
J.
H. 1'Ianion
The season a disappointment
for Parade. Daniel
O'Connell cnrried off the batting average \\;th Frank
Rasbrook, Geoff Q'Loughlin and David O'Brien close
to him. In the bowling, Peter O'Connor, ~Hchael
and Bernard McDonald, and spinner Brian Nicholls
did best. Peter secured the bowling average.
UNDER 14 CRICKET
Coach: Rev. Dro. O'Grady.
Captain: D. O'Brien.
It is good that many in the team seem to have
grasped the things necessary for correct batting. It
is an art and has its rules. Bowling \,,"8S steady. It
is to be hoped that the team will keep together next
year and train on right lines.
Brother was ill for many weeks, and hence, there
were fewer competitive games. P.royers deserving
mention are David O'Urien, Ken Lyncoln, Tony Aud~
ley, Nino Gelain, Michael Cain, Peter Nicholls, Peter
Dowling, John Jordan, Peter Frost, Ken Hunter and
Tony JohllSton.
Results:
Parade
Parade
Parade
Parade
3/88 d. Essendon 85.
4/87 d. North l\.Ielbourne 12.
86 defeated by St. Kilda 6/98.
81108 d. East .Melbourne 101.
UNDER 13 CRICKET
Coach: BT. Fitzhnrdingc.
Team: Captain Petcr Burt was a good leader and
all rounder. Our best batsmen were Peter Burt (99
runs in 6 innings), Gregory Webb (75 runs in 5
innings), against Essendon Greg was retired at 33,
and Paul HcrlZog (47 runs in 4 innings).
Tim
Booth was unavailable
for most of the
Season because of an operation but made 18 not out
in an important game against East Brunswick. Our
chief bowlers were: Fast bowler. Russell Pettis, who
took 13 wickets during the seasoo; spin bowler,
.i\Hchael Quinn with 6 wickets for 27; Peter Burt
also took 6 wickets with the loss of 28 runs. Against
East Brunswick, John Bradley .. our second fast bowler.
took 4 wickets with the loss of 10 runs but was not
so consistent in other games. Olhers who made the
learn were Anthony Lane, J\.hurice Dunne, Gary
Brown, Peler Hendrie and John Wegner.
Those who were noticed in the B Grade team
were Peter Cullen, a spin bowler, the Harpers, Pat
and Max, Stephen Clements. Reg Hough, Francis
Martinelli, Len Tosolini and Denis Bellew. Eddy
Ellul helped the team out when we found it hard
to make the full number.
Best Player Award:
Peter Burt.
UNDER 15 XI
Back Row: D. O'Brien, G. McLoughlin, D. O'Connell, P. Rawlnnd.~,B. ~IcDonnld, G. Carlin, P. Nicholls.
F. Rosbrook. P. Killen, D. Lavery, M. Johnson, P. O'Connor.
&ated:
ThUtv-nine
ATHLETICS TEAM 1963
P. :McNeill.
R. Keltrilli. P. Ruff. P. Entwistle. W. Scott. T. Barker.
L. FOl>t("r, R. ~1acTicmall.
ThiTd Row: P. Thomas, G. Hewitt, j. Sharplf.'S, I. ~fcNt'iU. K. H{'rbert. R. Batty, j. Gault, G. Carh'le.
Fourlh Row: J. Weyner,
M. ''''hitehouse.
P. O.D •.••
'}'cr. R. Ca"en, I'. Pellt'grini, R. Bdl. E. Beers.
Fifth ROIv: P. Tierney, P. O'Connell, P. Bedford. F. Befoli, j. Dellamarta, M. De Vercelli.
Sirth Row:
G, Price, J. Hendrie,
E. Siria~ni. 8. Robinson. I'. Curtis,S.
Ruff. E. Ellul.
Bock Row: P. HOOforo:!, M. Bfl)"llC', R. Qumn. A. IIarrleks, A. Annal.
.
FrOtl/
ROlc:
M. Mulqueeney,
Second Row: j. Clancy, P. Humin,
ATHLETICS
Our sports carried on from the Preston Ground
t\1eeting of last year. We ran the same races, chal.
It.-ng-edmuch the same records. had much the same
officials IGod bless them!). and met much the same
boys at the starting lines. But not Preston this time.
but the lovely oval at C.B.C .. 51. Kevin's .. which
was generously plac!:d fer us by our fermer revered
Principal, Brother Naughtin. It was a very pleasant
s:lOny afternoon and everybody there had a good
time.
Of course. our sports couldn't have taken place
ncr t::tken place so smoothly and efficiently had nol
the Brothers held some few conferences in their
book.lined community room in a spare hour now
and then. Brother Robinson shouldered the burden
of organization;
the House Masters and teachers
supported him. No wonder Father Jones exprcs~d
amazement at the way such a complex programme
was completed. He spoke at 4 p.m .. just when the
sun was hidden by clouds that brought rain to .l\.felbourne all next day; the sports were timed to end
at 3.50 p.m.
Forty
What sports do not start lale? We began at 11.30
a.m. instead of IJ.I5 a.m. But Brother Moloney
with the !listol and .Mr. Hickey with the Check
Starter's Jist made up this time. How they made
the judges move in those rapidly run 100 yardcrs!
The hurdles were the firsl races. Hewitt. Ruff,
Hetherton.
Barker. Peat, Oakley, Sirianni, Bertoli
figured in these. Two records went. and next year's
programme will have Stephen Oakley and F. Bertoli
on lhe Jist of holders. Teddy Ellul dashed fast in
a 75 yards championship to win for Bodkin House.
The 220 races are always rood to watch: Peter
Ruff and Brian Robinson were splendid winners.
Noel Pickell and Doug. Cbghlan got first ribbons,
and there were big-hearted
triers in the "lower
grade" runs. . . . Paul Entwist~e broke the 880
record; Phil Curtis battled hard to get second to
jim Gault. who abo broke Our best time.
During the High Jumps, we began dinner. Scat.
tered among the four House groups were our good
"Tuck Shop Ladies", out once more to see to our
"inner men".
In the pavilion. working under
crowded conditions, Mrs. Cashmore was leading her
band of auxiliaries giving lunch to officials and
filling vessels with hot water for the hundreds of
.tea drinkers.
And the Jumps finished. J. Clancy did best with
5 ft. 4 in., R. Caven, S. McCarthy, K. Herbert and
MacoIi both beat the Under 15 record. The "Open
Hundred" was an excellent race.: champion athlete.
Peter Ruff, won it, equalling the record, 10.2
seconds. Brian Robinson had a hard race, winning
by a foot in the Under 17 Division. One after an.
other the 100 yarders were run; spectators were as
interested in the judges as in the place-getters.
It was therefore with evident sincerity that our
Principal, Rev. Brother Nash. could cong.ratulate
everybody on a great "Sports Day", and our Chap~
lain. Rev. Father Jones, could be full of praise for
the organisers. Shortly after the National Anthem.
a few dro!,s of rain fell.
CROSS COUNTRY RUNM~~5
These coys had a most enjoyable and healthy
season. They work in two divisions - a School
Group and a team that runs with Old Paradians.
Diversionary events provided some laughter as
School had the highlight meet at Albert Park
younger
Paradians
enjoyed "\:Vheelbarrow"
and
lake
- a lovely day amid beautiful surroundings.
"Horse and Jockey" contests, and Forms II and III
Over 1.100 boys took part: scores were not kept.
had tunnel ball games. Then came the relay races
but we know we were not beaten! So. too, in our
along the I00 yard track - always hard, always
runs against Melbourne High. Coburg and Collinginteresting. Scores of boys lined up for the Open
wood.
and Under J 7 Walks. They deserve thanks from
the rest of us wbo had many laughs at their styles.
Old Paradian Group will remember the meets at
l<i the 440 the hardest race of all? Ask Eddie Beers
Sunbury. Ballarat and Geelong; and, of course. the
or Bill Scott. How heavy the legs of most of the
events with School Group - they v•.'ere in both!
competitors were! However, tired and aU as every
For the fifth successive year, we have won the
boy was, the Grand Parade was a tremendous success. The marching was excellent; Bodkin won it. "Coburg Harriers Schoolboys Teams' Race" (Seniors),
and we retain the "5t. Bede's Cross Country Relay
The College Cadet Band gave a fine show and
_ Shield", which we have held since '58.
played well.
CROSS.COUNTRY TEAM 1963
Front Row: J. Orr, P. Priestley. J. O'Shea, P. Entwistle, J. Jowett, J. Coyle, J. Mrozik.
Second Row: K. O'Loughlin; T. O'Day, A. Del :Monaoo, R.- ~facTiernan. R. Caven, R. Batty.
Third Rore: A. Addiooat, R. Bell, G. Carb'Ie. P, Ruff, J. Gault, P. Lorenz, B. Robinson.
Fourth
ROID: K. Monagle, P. Curtis, E, Sirianni, P. Rush, P. :Nicholls,S. O\ven.
Back Row: P. Burt •. P. Perauo. D. Bellew.
Forlll-One
ATHLETIC
CHAMPIONS
OPEN ....
Runner-up
Under 17
RUDner-up
.
.
..
.
Fourth
.
.
....F.
....K.
E.
....F.
..
.
HOUSE
.
.... E. Sirianni (L)
.... I. McNeill
.
Under 13
Runner-up
Third
.
,..
Under 14
Runner-up
.
....S. Oakley (H)
....G. Carlyle (L)
.
Under 15
Runner-up
First
....B. Robinson (B)
....J. Gault (L)
.
Under 16
Runner-up
Second
....P. Ruff (B)
....P. Entwistle (B)
....
m
m
m
658 points
HUGHES
600
BODKIN
545
LYNCH
"
JUNE
1
4
MAY 14
AUGUST
CADET CAMP, AUGUST 20 -
SEPT. 7
21
29
DECEMBER
11
m
Bertoli
Herbert
Ellul (B)
Martinelli
COMPETITION
350
FEBRUARY
House
House
House
TREAC'Y
PHONE CALLS
I wonder how much lighter would be the phone
accounts of ladies of our auxiliary if they had not
used them freely throughout the year on Parade's
business?
House
ANOTHER FREE SERYICE
Are you surprised to know that Brother Bursar
took 6l hours counting the money for the VDL
Entry Exams?
HANDBAll
Chempion5 (r.eated): P. Jeecle (Under 15), H. Landini (Under 16) E. Been (Open), E. Ellul (Under 13), K. Lyngcoln (Under
Runners-Up: R. Ceshmore (Under 15), R. Coven (Under 16), P.Gill (Open),
R. Wegner (Under 13), ,B. Carmody (Under
Farl!J-two
14).
14).
FIRST XVIII
R, Negrelli, ~f. Gonzales. T. Schultz, T. Callinan, J. Carl~r, G. Cook~.
Middle R(lw: D. Staliord, H. Landini. E. Beers, P. Collins, p, Hanvin, :-J. Vim.:~nt, D . .\lcCrohan. A. Dunne.
F,ol'lt Row: J. Coghlan, J. Le Rose, P. Gordon, L. Foster (c~t.),
T. Killen (vice-<:apt.), G. Rigg, C. Glen.
Back Row: P. Bedford,
FOOTBALL
Garr.es played:
13....
\Von; 10 ...
Lost: 3.
Peter Gordon, half back flanker. Rarely beaten,
he handled the ball perfectly on the ground and in
the air _ a very keen footballer.
The results are good, but the team was too slow
in wet weather-not
enough fire.. ::We relied too
much on three outstanding players - Tony Killen,
Five of the slowest rucks ever to play for ~he
Len Foster and Peter Gordon. On dry days, we school were Michael Gonzales, John Schultz, Tony
played best, especially against St, Bede's and S.P.C.
Callinan, Geoff Carter and John Coughlin. They
Ballarat. In the A.C.C. competition, we finished
were a!l good marks and played better in dry
second to St. Kilda C.B.C. Record;weather.
"Old timers" were our main rovers'..
Noel Vincent and John Le Rose; both had played
v. Assumption, Kilmore.
Win.-i' 12.10 to 7.15.
excellent football in previous years. Unable to strike
v. Melbourne High. Loss. '5.7. to 7.11.
their true form- through injuries, we used sprightly
v. De La Salle, J\Ialvem. \Viir 5.9 to 3.12.
Dan McCrohan, good but small; Peter Bedford, good
v. St. Bede's, Mentone.! Win .. 10.9 to 7.8.
but slow; and Eddie Beers, good. These rovers and
v. C.RC., S1. Kilda. Loss. 4.4 to 7.4.
three of the rucks filled the forward and half forv. Marcellin, C'ambervo'elt Win
7.5 to 3.9.
ward lines when not on the ball. Peter Hanvin, who
v. Marist Brothers, Easf'Brunswick. Win. 8.6-3.0.
proved too slow at- half for.vard, became a very
v. C.B.C., North Melbourne.
Win. 5.8 to 4.11.
serviceable half back to complete that line. Strong
v. St. Bernard's, Essendon. Win. 9.8 to 10.1.
and speedy Renzo Negrelli filled in positions on the
V •• S.P.C. Ballarat.
Loss 7.9 to 1.1.12.
wing and in the ruck. improving as the season pro(In practice games, we defeated E. Brunswick
gressed, but never becoming proficient at handling
and Newman Colleg.~.)
"'::the ball. Other wingers, Chris Glen, Geoff Cook,
Our best and fairest,lwas:the Captain, Len Foster,- and Henry Landini played well on their day.
a determined player who marked well, and started
We were rather fortunate that Gerard Rigg proved
many of our attacks. The _second best and fairest
a useful full back. He was helped by safe and dewas the vice-captain, Tony Killen. His extraordinary
termined Paul Collins.
Resting ruckmen, Geoff
judgement for marking kept most of our opponents
Carter and Tony Callinan played better here. Deto rather low scores. Most improved player was
termined Malcolm Pezaro was used mainly on the
Forty-threfl
half back. line. In some of the earlier games, we
used Paul HarrisoD.
SECOND
:\,'YllI
Runners-up this year, the team was a good one,
playing best on dry grounds; and alas! these were
so few from J u1y on.
We were well led by Brian Hctherfon -light
of
build, speedy, a splendid right footer, he was an
inspiration to us. His deputy was Michael Whiting,
a tireless player, good kick, .and a very useful
player round the packs. Our rucks were keen, although Dot as big as usualGeorge Zekan, Terry
Barker, Bob Mietus, Terry Crotty.
How many times were we happy to see our rovers
getting the ball clear of the "crowds" - Brian Breen
and Michael Ackland! Scoring most of our goals
w~s Terry Crotty jn front of the big sticks . ..
strong enough to take good marks and kick accurately. When thought wise, he was moved to
positions where his power could be helpful. The
left foot drop of Martin Mulligan on half forward
flapk gave our forwards many opportunities in the
games.
the ball a .long way in a right drop.
splendid work in the back pocket.
Terry Hill did
The s~ason g~ve us a desire to be ready to take
our place in the 'starters 'for the Firsts in "64. We
judge -that our exp-erience in the "curtain-raisers"
will be of great value' when the new round commences in early winter.
-John
~:Iansour.
UNDER 13 FOOTBALL
Coach: Br. Fitzhardinge.
A
Team: Captain, "I.PhD ,\Vegner and vice-captain,
Peter Burt, were fine leaders and clever, determined
players.
'
Maurice Dunne, Ray Dineen, Max Harper, Were
the best of the' backs with John Inglis, Malcolm
.Morgan, 'Graham •..Way, and Len Tosolini.
Our
wingers, Tim :BOi?th and Brendan Miller, gave good
support while.'ro\'ers Brian Duffy, Chris. Robb and
Greg Webb, kipt possession of the ball.
Rucks,
Paul Hertzog, John Bradley, and Russell Pettis, were
rarely beaten .. Pat Harper, Max's brother, Anthony
.. Lane, Reg Hough and Brendan Lewis were promin~
Our key back players were Gary Nason at centre
ent in the forward line with Tony Toohey, Michael
half back, who started attack after attack after his
Ramsdale and Michael Quinn.
dashes towards the centre, and Richard Polson, at
full back, who was strong, vigorous and could send
Best Pla:rer Award: John Wegner,
SECOND
}""'VlII
Back Row: M. \Vhiting, R. Polson, B, ;\[ietus, T. Crotty, B. Grind1ay, B. Bret!n.
Middle ROle; J. ~Iansour, E. Meagher, ;\1. Ackland, P. r..lcCa.rthy, G. Zekan. \\T. Peat. A. Hailles,
Front Row: C. McJ.::inJey,G. Nason. T. Barker, B. HetherioD (c:q;ot.), T. Hill, R. Ruff, P. Ruff.
Forly-tollr
M. Mulligan.
UNDER 15 XVIII
Back Row: P. DaRe)', V. Lowry. P. Rowlands, G. Norwoou. P. Jeaolc.
_
Middle Row: L. Cahill. D. Lavery. G. Sullivan, P. Tierney, G. Carlin, M. Faulkner.
Front Row: B. Fall-'\:, T. O'Mellra, J. Pierce, E. Orlandi (capl),
M. Gleeson (vice-capt.),
UNDER 15 FOOTBALL
Under the inspiring captaincy of Ennio Orlandi,
the Under 15 team began with a series of suc<.'esses,
but, in an early practice match, St. Kilda underlined
two serious weaknesses that dogged the team through
the season-lack
of effective co~ordination
and
speed. Our tall rud..,nen, Philip Rowlands, Steve
Oakley, Carry Norwood, and Ennio Orlandi, worked
wonders, but moves fizzled out when teams with
dash and system were encountered.
Alas! There
were many suchl
The prize for the best imd fairest, and most
consistent player, went to rover Garry Sullivan.
UNDER 14 FOOTBALL
Our team: Denis O'Connell (Capt.), Kevin Herbert
(Best and Fairest), Stephen Mccarthy, Michael Cain,
John Laffler, Nino Gelaio, Norm Picken, Kevin McElwain, Ken Lyngcoln, Paul Saunders, John Jordan.
John Haberman. Tony Johnson, ~latt Caldwell, Peter
Nicholls. Cleat Watson, Len Kondys, David O'Brien.
Peter Hayes, Neil O'Farrell and Paul Jenkinson.
We had a happy season under the care of Bro.
Green. Assumption and Malvern were beaten by us.
but we had the lower score in cur other games
against Ballarat, Mentone, Essendon and' our Prep.
School
S. ankle)',
B. Nic1asen.
Dances
In fulfilling our social duties for the year we held
the usual two dances, one at the end of each of
the two terms. May 15th saw the Prefects' Dance
he~d in the Cathedral Hall. It was a special evening
in some ways as it heralded the social debut of
most of the Leaving boys, though it can verily be
said the boys themselves did most of the heralding.
Dancing was non~stop 8-11, but for the brief respite
of supper midway through the evening.
S1. John's Hall, East Melbourne, was the "stamping ground" for the Matriculation students and their
dance at the end of the second term. An unusual
feature of the decorations was the use of aboriginal
shields and spears, for which we must be grateful
to the Paliottine Fathers of Kew. Supper, as before,
was provided by the Ladies' Auxiliary and we must
particularly
thank
Mesdames
Cashmore,
Foster,
Barker, Lauritz and Hart for their sterling work.
Mr. Bill Dunne officiated at the Prefects' Dance
and Mr. Noel Purcell was his counterpart at the
~~tatric. Dance. We must, under nC) circumstances,
omit our thanks to the young ladies themselves,
"without whom none of the foregoing would have
been possible".
TONY KlLLEN.
Forfll-fi~
Und.r
14 Winn.n
of V.C.L.r.A.
Summ.r
Com~tilion:_K.
Glvnn. J.
Edwards,
J. Smith,
P. Frost,
J. Graham.
Coach:
Mr. John
S. Mulcahy.
Senior reem
(undefeated):
E. Been,
G. Hewitt,
M. O'Meara,
J. Mansovr.
PItA Y FOil TilE SOULS OF
Major General Chapman, distinguished Old Paradian, distinguished loyal son of the Church, distinguished soldier. Always keen to associate with the
Brothers whu. at Waverley College in Sydney, will
receive his medals and badges of rank - including
D.S.O. (War I). D.S.a .• with Bar (War II) and the
Queen's award. C. B. Cardinal Gilroy presided at his
Requiem .Mass. Aged 66.
Relatins
of Pupils: Mrs. E. Coyle and Mrs. E.
McCourt, grandmothers of Bernard, Form VI.
Mrs. Annie Corr, grandmother
VI.
Agnes O'Shannassey,
of Malcolm,
grandmother
Form
of Brian, Form
V.
.Mr. R. Chiero.
Mrs. Hannah
Smark, Form V.
uncle to Jos.eph, Matrie.
Meehan,
grandmother
of .David
Joseph Anderson, old boy of C.B.C. Clifton. Hill,
uncle to Anthony AuIsebrook. Intermediate.
Roy Cazaly, uncle to Vern.> Form VI. Famous as
foo:balkr.
Played until be was 48; started coaching
in Tasmania, at the age of 59. Died after a long and
severe illness.
F(lrt!l~
Two muthers: 1\.(rs. Kathleen Owens. aged 42,
Mother of Peter in Matric., also of John, Mary and
Anne.
Mrs. Margaret Roberts, mother of six children, including Damico of Form Ill.
A Father: Me. Patrick Nialldied suddenI)' in
late October, leaving his five sons, of wbom Peter the
eldest is in Matric., to the good Mrs. Niall, who bas
been a helper at Parade through the years. At
Thornbury more than two hundred joined in offering
the Divine Sacrifice for his soul; thirteen Brothers
from Parade assisted at the Requiem and funeral
obsequies.
Two Innocents: No need of prayers for Brian
l\lcMahon, brother of Kevin in Form IV. Aged 4
years. Nor for the little boy we made a novena for
in June, who was confirmed just before his death, at
Ihe age of 4 years.
Young Old UO)':
At the age of eighteen, Peter James Cullin passed
to God after a severe illness. He was at Parade just
two years ago, coming from the Preparatory.
The
700 pupils at the Senior College made their first
November assembly prayer for the repose of his
soul. R.I.P.
"PARADIAJV" IS FOR OLD BOYS ALSO
Brothers arc always keen to keep in touch with
their Old Boys. Old Boys are also keen to hear
about those whom they remember at school. Hence,
these notes at the end of our magazine.
We are pleased to hear from Brother J. D. Noonan.
Began at Parade. 1950. In '54, won a Commonwealth Scholarship.
and the j\.latric. Prize for
English Literature.
He was then Prefect. House
~.
John Coyle is in the Commerce School. has been
Newman's Golf Champion. and represented Australia
in the Perth Games. Vin Arthur is now in Fourth
Year Law and hasn't missed a subject right along
the line, and that line has its twists! Yin is active in
College cricket, football and golf. Kel"in Condon,
the quiet studious type of D.P. (and there are such!)
is moving smoothly to completion of Arts this year.
Terry FeneSS)' has a wide range of interests around
"the shop",
He hopes to complete
engineering.
Albert Mile,> is student and sportsman.
Very successful in Science, member of cricket, football, golf.
and tennis teams. Anthon}' Pickett - after a year at
Dookie. Tony finds Newman a peaceful haven.
Played in the D,P. Premier Amateur "A" Team,
Keen on golf, but still finds plenty of time for study.
His brother, Rev. Bro. ToIU Pickett, is on his first
mission. teaching at C,Re.
Highgate in Perth. In
the Third Law and winning brilliant results is Geoff.
Fitzgemld. ':Vith First Honours, he is President of
Law Society, Leader of N.S.V., Editor of Newman
Magazine, member of Athletics Team, and finally,
the holder of Freshman Debating Prize.
Robert Gaston won top place in Honours History.
Besides, he is a brilliant guitarist both in jazz and
classic music; and have you seen his beard? Lastly,
there is, with a variety of interests, and mixing subjects from Law and Arts, Stephen Kellar.
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TWO
Captain. and Debater. Do you recall Jim as Open
Cup Winner in Athletics in '53 and '54, player in
First XVUI in '52, '53 and '541 Later, in '56, he
was a member of Vic. Olympic Training Squad, but
"I wasn"t good enough."
Jim began Law Studies in '55. Two years later,
he gave this up for a vocation much more sublime,
when he started his training as a Christian Brother.
Part of this training embraced his study in Arts at the
UnL In '62, he graduated with Second Honours in
the Schools of English and History. This year, he"
was appointed to St. Kevin's College.
AT NEWMAN COLLEGE
Jim Bo;r1e, who has secured First Class Honours
so far in his Engineering Course, and is now finishing off his finals, has been kind to send us infonna~
tion about our men at Newman College. Jim Boyle
is also in his final year of Commerce after be bad
worked for three years as an accountant.
He plays
football with Newman, won the "best and fairest" in
'58, and has represented the VoL in Athletics in '61
and '621 in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide.
CHRISTIAN
=
=
BROTHliRS
And both have connections
RHURN
with Parade.
Re\'. Brother R. C. Whitin~, B.A.B.Ed., has arrived
from our missions in India. He, with two other
Australian Brothers. has been establishing technical
classes in the Irish Brolhers' boarding school at
Asansol, just above Calcutta. After 'Six years away
from Melbourne, he has come back for a holiday.
Brother is an Old Paradian who joined the Order
twenty-five years ago. He is hoping to return to
India in April.
Re\'. Brother T. W. Dean, B.A., Dip. Ed., L.R.s.,
was teaching at Parade five years ago. He is back
agai:1, specialising in Religious Teaching to classes in
Leaving and Intermediate.
It was an urgent call
that brought him back from studies he was compIet~
iog in Brussels in Catechetics.
Four years ago,
Brother Dean was awarded a 'Scholarship from the
Italian Government for his studies in Italian at Melbourne University.
In Rome, as a result of three
years study in Theology, he was granted the Licentiate
in Religious Sciences. He proceeded to Belgium to
the main Catholic centre at Brussels for the study
of teaching religion.
OLD PARADIAN
JUDGE
.Dux of Parade 1919, John began Uni. in the
Maths School and won bonours, holding later the
post of resident tutor in Pure Maths. at Newman
Turning to Law, he became tutor in law. Practising
as solicitor, and barrister, he was named Queen's
Counsellor. In the war, he was Squadron Leader in
Mr. John X. O'Driscoll, Q.C., O.B.E.
the RAAF. After the Olympic Games, the Queen
decorated him with an a.B.E. for his 'work as 0[ganiser of the Games.
Following "John X." in the late twenties was
Denis Stred. Denis lives at Fairfield, is the father
of five children who arc all in responsible positions,
and works as archivist at the Melbourne
Public
Library.
Charlie Burmeister began here as a boy of seven,
and finished hi5 Inter. in the same class as "Ginger"'
Mount. our keen D,P. President. 1920. Charlie can
still sing the "Parade Song" of those days"We are the boys of the Old Parade.
A college name that ne'er shall fade,
We boys of the Old Parade ....
"
After working in the accounts branch in the Railways
for years, Charlie took over his family hotels, is now
the popular grandfather of twelve grandchildren.
"(n sport or art we can play our part.
The honour shield we hold.
And when our prowess may be tried,
With untold dignity and pride,
Sound training we'll unfold ... ,'.
Dnid ~ieth Barker left Parade in '28. Played in
~e first g;.:tJ}1eof the D,P. Amateur team. Elected
a<;.' member of the D.P. Committee,
Kieth has been
a member until this year. Secretary of the Associa~
tion in 1941 to 1943. President in '45, '46 and '47,
Fortv-eight
Treasurer in '62. Kieth is a Commonwealth
Public
Service Inspector.
His son, Terry, is named often
in this Annual.
i\oel n. Purcell, College Captain of '51. In '59
he was admitted to the Bar. Always keen on Parade.
hc has held onerous positions for the O.Ps. Since '61,
h~ has been Honorary Secretary. He is foundation
President of the O.P.A. Ski Club, founded this year,
and a former President of the D.P. Athletic Club.
God has blessed Noel with a happy family of four,
which includes three children!
Just through in his Third Year Medicine is :Michael
Keating.
He is President of Alphington
Parish
Y.C.W .. plays cricket with Fairfield A.N.A., won his
spurs to play with the O.P. top football team this
year. He was at Collage, '57 to '60.
Coming before him was Peter Connor, who has
graduated B.A. (Hons), winning the Leeper Gold
Medal for Oassics and the \Vyseleski Prize for
Comparative Philology. After being Classics Tutor,
he was awarded the Jebb Scholarship which has
enabled him to complete his M.A. at Cambridge,
where he has met up with his language teacher. Rev.
Bro. I. McCarthy who is just about through various
studies at Cambridge in Literatures. Peter hopes to
win his Doctorate after three years research in Classical Archeology.
Some of "the Valete '61" are Chris. Chamberlain,
Norm Fitzpatrick, who are both in Taxation; Spence
Williams in Physical Education; and Frank R)'an in
the Law School at the UnL
I met Mrs. Warton serving in the "Tuck Shop" last
Thursday. She has been taking her day for the past
twelve years. She is the mother of Fr.:mk 'Varton,
who left Parade in '50, is now a Chartered Accountant. family of three children at Glen \Vaverley.
His elder brother, Brian Warton, left College to join
the Police Force in '47, is stationed at Lower Plenty,
and has been blessed with four children.
Further
Notes on Recent Pupils: Frank Hermans. here in '59 to '61. is doing Veterinary Science;
in his spare time. hikes with the Catholic Bush
\\Talking Club.
Mario Cotela is as 'simpatico' as ever. This year.
finishes his certificate course in photography.
He
plans to complete diploma course in the next two
years.
Rhm'idas S'fombaris '59 to '62. Working in motor
registration. and moving over the waters in Victoria
Canoeing clubs - a contestant in many championship
events.
Robert l\lillio '57 to '61. At Swinbum Tech., Bob
studies commerce.
Remember
him at tennis at
Parade? He has won some place in soccer - Runner
Up for Soccer Award in Inter-schools team. Plays
with Se<:onds in cricket.
ltt'ter BOJ'le who left in '61 is with a Japanese
Importing Company. He was Schoolboy Golf Champion in '60, now plays Pennant Golf for Greenacres
and is a member of Victorian Squad.
Garry O'Neill '59 to '61. Member of Catholic
Walking Club, a guitarist speciaHsing in folk songs,
and earns his cash in insurance.
The year 1963 was notable for a marked quickening of the religious spirit amongst the boys of Parade
Prepardlory College. This was brought about by the
introduction of daily Mass for the boys. by their
frequent and fervent reception of the Sacraments and
by the influence of a very active and enthusiastic
Praesidium of the legion of IVIary.
Improvements of a more prosaic nature were accomplished by various working bees whose members
sacrificed many an hour on projects such as the
following:
•
Construction of new concrete steps allowing easy
acce.'iSto the oval from the school building and
playground.
e
laying
"
Terracing above the banks of the oval.
of four concrete cricket pitches.
e
Remodelling and painting of the cloak-room.
Cl
Building a drink store-room and requisite press.
8
Painting of the oval fence, seats. house and surrounding buildings.
An extensive ~uilding programme, envisaging the
completion of the present school building with class.
rooms. science rooms, hall and chapel, is being
planned for Parade Preparatory in conjunction with
that of the Senior SchooL At present, plans are being drawn up by the Architects_
Plans are also being considered for re~modelling
and extending of the Brothers' residence.
"IT IS THE
MASS THAT
~IATTERS"
During this year the boys at "Flo" ..-erdale" have
been very fortunate in that Holy 1fass has been
celebrated DAILY in the Chapel. This remarkable
privilege has been made possible through the
generosity and co-operation of priests from Alphington and neighbouring parishes and the Pallottine
Fathers from Kew.
Each boy has had the opportunity of approaching
the Sacraments frequently and of attending i\la..;s
once <l. \veek. During this weekly 11ass, the boys
are grouped closely around the Altar so that they
can hear and see quite clearly all that is happening
during the Holy Sacrifice.
In this way, the boys arc coming to kno\\' and
love the 1Jass-they are beginning to l-ealis~ thrl.t '''IT
IS THE MASS THAT I-IATTERS."
To test the interest and attention of the lads durillJ~:
the year, a question was set as part of their last tern~
examination, where they were expected to tell, in
their own words, what the ~Iass really meant to
them in their daily lives.
The results were extraordinary. They made very
interesting reading. No doubt you will be interested
to read some of the comments of these young lads.
More than half of the boys admitted that their
idea of the Mass was changed considerably during
the year. Typical of their comments on this point
\•...
ere:
.'At the beginning of this year the ),fass lUeant
nothing: to me. It was too long and uninteresting.
But what was a boring line of prayers and actions
is now a '\\'onderful sacrifice."
.'The Mass before this year seemed to me full
of uscless instruments; it was too complicated. But
now I have found out what everything is for:'
"The Mass used to be long and the sermon
boring. but now I have changed my whole outlook.
I used to sit right down the back seat, now I
always go to the front because 1 feel nearer I to
God. I pray now that I will never lose my love
of the ~Iass."
"I went to stand near the Altar to impress
Brother that I could follow the Mass. but when
the boys around me opened up their Missals I
didn't even know which page to start at! I was
only about one foot from the Altar, where the
greatest thing on earth was happening:, and I soon
realised that the !\'lass was a replica of Calvary.
From that day I began to learn about the Mass
and to like it, and now I always take a :\lissal
and try to get a seat near the front."
These are but a few snippets from all that was
written. Some contributed as much as four or :five
pages. but there was nothing stereotyped about their
efforts. Indeed. tlle most pleasing feature of all was
the individualit,' of each essay.
But this is only a beginning. If each home could
follow through what has been done. we could see a
far greater family interest' in what is the centre of
our Catholic Faith.Forlt.rnlne
FORM II GREEN
Back RQW: S. Foster, J. Dellamarta, G. :-Jf'rvo, P. Gannon, \V. Hawthorne.
Seccmd Row: B. ~kPh::til, P. Caddy, P. Rero, A. Ahem, M. Jt'fff'TS, C. Huggins, ]. Fanner,
D. Cornell, V. Vaughan,
J. Erbrederis.
Third Row: F. Bianclli, R. Passlow, R. Smith, D. COIUlell, D. Morrissey, M. Gooley, R. Ford, R. Hutchill$, G. \Villeffise.
Fourth Ro't(': P. H}'an, T. MeKinle)', D. Treacey, J. Donald, M. McCarthy, G. Stolfo, B. Fitzpatrick, G. Whelan, J. Leonard,
J. Doyle.
Fifth Row:
M. King, B. t'e:stor. G. O'Sbannn.~sy, A. O'Donnell. B. Tooth, \V. Ritter, R. Stank)', P. Bowlen, L. Hickling,
D. Blackburn, M. Thompson.
Front Row: M, Holt, A. Dugc:an. J. Morrissey, P. 'Valkt'r, D, KiHan('. V•.•. Wise, B. Martin, P. Luff, G, Mansfielu., E. Dowlan.
FORM II BLUE
Back ROle: ~f, Rossi. M. ]urkiw. B. Sh('(,han, P. Kennf'd}". P. Lynch, G. Collins, R. Withy.
Second Row: J. McDonafd, J. Molan. 1'. O'Connell, S. Kohut, E. Code, D. Sergeant, ]. Pattull, L. Hartnett, ]. Conn.
T1lird ROlc: O. Stolfo, F. Celolti. P. Vale, G. Smith, B. Natoli, M, Ok-e)', O. Djurko\'ich, J. Ryan, ]. Howard.
Foun'. Row: A, :Martin, A. Laver}', S. CIiHorth, ]. Elliott. R. L;-"t'Y. G. Anderson, N. Youl, J. Ozolins, A. Shannon, M. Kelly.
Fifth Row: P. Quimb)', ]. Solomon, F. !\'olan, A, Van Donkelaar, G. 'Walsh, ]. O'Keefe, P. Bennett, P. \\'heatlt~)'. V'l. Gro('ock,
N. Manders, S. Robin~on.
FrO'lt ROtl': P. Collins, K. Lalit,', :\1. O'Mt;woa, ]. Tobin, 'V. Farrell,
R. Arm~trong, T. ~Iedlo.n, E. Morrissey, P. Jowett.
T, Wallis,
Fifty
COLLEGE EISTEDDFOD
The annual eisteddfod was presented this year in
a new venue. the Collingwood Town Tall. The
large crowd present were treated to a pleasant and
varied entertainment.
Choirs from Crades IV, V and VI, under the
baton of Mr. B. Fitzgerald, captured well the spirit
of their pieces, These boys also staged a colourful
and capable displa)! of the dancing techniques
learned in the regular folk dallcing cbsses.
This
lighter interlude \vas enjoyed by all.
The competitive element was introduced into the
Eisteddfod in the c1a::;schoirs £rom Fonlls I and II.
The four choirs, conducted by respective class mllS~
tees, performed enthusiastically
for tlle honour of
the grade. No boy was excluded from a choir because of the lack of ability to sing well, and the
general standard of c1nss singing improved as a
result.
The aim of the Eisteddfod, to encourage all to
sing: well, was fully achieved in the solo divisions,
,•...
here each pupil ";as given the opportunity
to
compete as a soloist. Some twenty-five competitors
faced the adjudicators in the preliminaries, and finalists sang on the Eisteddfod night. The adjudicators,
Br. H, T. Breach and Br. T. D. ShorthiIl, COlllmented ver>' favourably on the unifomlly high standard of solo singing. Our special thanks to Mrs.
II. E. :\fcDonald, Mrs. P. ROlL'!:and 1\lrs. C. O'Neill
for their malll' hours of patient rehearsa.1. Solo
finalists:
Under 10: P. Hart (1st), J. Solomon, A. Le, •...
is.
P. Retter.
Under 11: S. Dale>' (lst), C. Laird, P. DeverealL'L,
A. Neal.
Under 12: G. Carlton (1st), M. Dowlan, h. Love,
P. ~racker.
Under 13: W. Farrell (1st), T. O'Connell, P.
Foster, G. Smith.
Under 14: J. Doyle (1st), O. Djurkovitch, P.
Wheatley, R. van Donkelaar.
Some decisions of extreme delicacy will have to
be made after the examinations-what
boys will be
selected for the classes in '641 There are three
rooms available for l\'fatric., one holds 40, the
second 36, and the third 30. Quite a number of
the present l\'fatric. are keen to do a "Second Year".
There are 150 Leaving Certificate entrants who are
coming from the L.C. into .Matrie.
One hundred and fifty places are available in LC.
There are 164 in our Intermediates.
Boys keen to
enter Parade are applying from our other schools,
especially Clifton Hill.
It looks as if competition will be with us for
many years to come, even when we have our new
buildings.
~fass or Communion
bluestone pjle?
-*-
The Patroness of Pardde is Our Blessed Lady
under the title of the Immaculate Conception.
To
remind us of this, there is a statue in a niche near
the monastery chapel and overlooking the quad.
Glance up next time you're there and pray for the
good success of the college, Prayer is neeued always,
every day. The two years coming should bring the
worries of building and the payment for it.
One of the glories of Parade is that it has always
had a debt. Her tradition is to give herself for the
fanning of Christian men, even though they, as boys,
' ••..
ere too poor to pay their way. But no one needs
to have cash to pray. How about an extra Holy
CHRISTIAN
BROTHERS' CO~lBINED
EISTEDDFOD
Choirs from all grades and a school choir entered
into the competition.
Only the Senior Choir competed in the finals and was placed sixth. All concerned, however, were well pleased ,,,;th the application and co-operation of the choristers.
In the solo section more success was registered,
The school ,,,,-asplaced second in the aggregate cup
trophy, two points behind the winners.
An in.
dividllal winner of the under 12 section was :\licbael
Dowlan ",;th his renclition of "The Gay Hunter". T.
O'Connell, P. Hart and O. Djurkovich scored high
places in their respective sections. The boys worked
solidly for their success.
especial!>' for the 95-year-old
-*-
"The school is a unit. Each hoy, each teacher
is a member; all must work for a common aim. The
fundamental aim is Christian Education-the
formation of a Christian personality, the development of
each as a member of Christ's )"Iystical Body. ~All
must try to think with the mind of Christ, to sec
things through His eyes, and to teach the boys to
do so. 'Let this mind be in you which was also in
Christ Jesus.' "-Brother
Nash.
-*-
The longer I teach, the more am I in admiration
at the capacity for generosity in our C.B. boys. I
marvelled this year at the work Prefects put :into the
annual dances-the
halls they decorated were splendid. I was impressed by the g}m which seniors
arranged for the vocation week. I was happy to
see how cheerfully they went about the task of
cleaning up and packing up after the Sports. I have
been consoled by the willingness evident when
favours are asked of the boys by the Brothers.
From my observations, I have concluded that the
most generous lads are the happiest, and that their
parents and families are keen on the welfare of
Brothers and bo>'s at all times-nothing
stingy ahout
them.
~-
FOR11 I CREES
Back RUII::
M. Mifs\u!. ]. Bt'll. B. Williams, R. Stt'lmachiw, G. Vnn Effie, P. Bums, R. Mclln'nnn.
M. Kynt', G. Gleeson,
Sec.ond Row: D. NkholsonJ ••~' Babl'"ll, F. Q'Shea',.,A. Padan}i, R. Elms,]. K~llr.p, Hetyl')', G. Glowrr,]. Rogers, D. Powell.
Tlnrd Rotc: !'.t. SymC'S. B. V\'lst', M. Slattt.ry, G. \\ !:Son, P. Ferguson.
M. Donaldson,
S. ulLhy, M. Boyne, C. Connell ..
Fourtll
Row:
K. Youldcn,
R. Quinn, G. CAfItOll. R. Szwarc, S. Mcnteath. oM. Switala, B. Mills, G. Stanuus, A. Carlin,
.
Fifth RolI.:: D. Saunders, P. Rnin("S, B. '\\'heatley, T, Lambert, J. Aegdl:'. A. Frizza. A. Harricks, B. Evans, C. M:elvainc,
A. CostE'iloe, M. Stevenson.
Front Row: A. Power, B. McNamara,
]. Ritter,
T.
O'Connell.
P.
Nugent.
P.
Knott,
K. O'Dnv,
.
T. Ll.'nnox. R. Vnn DoulodaiU",
P. Van
Proo)"en.
Fon:V1 I BLUE
P. Cartt"r, S. Huff, R. Inglis, M, Marnell, K. Warrell, G, Price,
Second ROlt': B. Fitzgerald, P. Watt. L, Rose, A, Kowicki, D. Kelly, G. RodwdL J. Harrop, P. Quinn.
Third no«': D. lh\'>'er, ~1. Forta, D. RlIY, D, \VhiH~n, n, Gould, S. Clancy. C. Ht"rhstr<,it, I). Braida. D, Seal.
FOllrlh
RolO: G. Fay, K, Prinl't', ~l. Elliott, L, Whntm,)re, S, nrennan,
C. Pinkn('y, D. Schulw,
M. Murray, J. Fitnimons.,
R. Kllnnlt.
Fifth ROlt:: K. Coillet, B. Edd<,y, M. Audk'y, L, Cooke, R. Basile, N. McMnhon, F. ShE"('~m, G. Swallow, J. D.-rum, A, Lewis,
T, Jordan.
Front Row: T. RosewalJ, M. Donovan, D. O'Conndl, D. B}'water, P, Bf'd,ford, D. HllLcnnan, A. MacManus. P, Foster.
G. ~h'llalle, T. Murray,
Abu'nt:
B. ClouC}", P. O'l\eill,
T. O'Grady, D. Connolly,
BfU;k
Rott::
GRADE VI
Buck ROle: C. a'BriNI. B. Tt'h:m. 1:. Scott, M. ~Iorpht'tt, L. O'Tool •.••J. N:ltO!i. C. Redmond. M. A. :'-Id)onald.
SecQ'ld Row: M. Dorgnn, T. McPhail. D. Haker, G. StUrt'T, S. Beltesini. I', ~Iackt'y. R. O'Connnr, H. Fitt. B. Rom,;, 1'. St •..mp.
R. Peter.;.
Third Row: K. Lon', B. Borsle,." J. Kelly, M. Lllhy. J, Goodl!:'t. , •••. Sutherland,
~r. Callinan,
K. Hardware,
P. Mill.
D. Mathews.
FOllrtl1 ~ow: A. J. McDonald.
G. Rognn, ]. Fit7.lll\trick. J. GI)'lln, D. Ne:\1. F. A. Smith. :M. Wetz:t'r, J. CrnpPl2'r. G. SehuttlC'l'.
K. Rose. 1". Sunneveld.
Fifth Row; J. Stapleton. P. ~Iowlam. ]. Wood, A. Reed, T. Bakewell. P. Valmorbida. A. Nicholl.5, J. KiIl("f'n, S. Ritter, F. Brod),.
M. R02:en, J. Manni".
.
Front Row: M. Doyle, S. !\lulqut't.'Il}', P. ]. Smith, A. Philpott, M. Gill, T. Finch, A. Duggan, J, Haines, G. 1lears. P. Lucr.
F. Devereaux.
"
AbH'tlt: F. Smith.
GRA
Back Row: P. Liddell. M. Meaney. S. Daley. M. Rylln. P. Cashmore.
C
C 0'1-: fe D Craske P ),[onagh~.
Second RotC: A. Anna~l, R. Kt:lly. T. Ahern. F. Herbert. A, Andrews, G. Me('$~. M,' L'o""Co'",o'"p ;~nl~l,Bark;r.
Cro,,('$,
FOllrth Row: P, Anthony, P. O'Brien, B. Ralph. P. Gaut, M. McCarthy, A. Gmlfoye,
.
-J.
i.,i.
ii,
M. McNamara.
Fourth Row: M, :Mathew~, A. ~eal. P. Alderson,
'/th
R.
Cattanach. P. Balu'n, P. McNeill.
F,
M.
Dillon,
Row:
G, Knape. C. Laird, M. Dowlan, C. O'Conno~.
S. Byml'$, M. Youlden. P. Petersen. P. Oakman.
F,on.t Row: P. Guilfoyle. M. Rooney. R. Meagher,
M, Jackson, ]. O'Meara. P, Kell}'.
Ab"e-nt: P. McCorquodale,
J, Solomon.
P,
S.
Tehan.
G
nerner,.
•
M.
Nugent,
R
Gould
B. ,,'an Proo)'cn,
M.
,.
Stoke's. J.
BRa.,
C I
ill
inan.
D
" I'
' A.e y,
0-',
B. Nolan, 1{, Power.
•.
dl
S, Vermont, P. Gray. M, Smith, A, Sa er,
.
Fifty-three
GRADE IV
Back Row:
P. Carroll, M. Mc~laJ)on. A. Natoli, R. Chisholm. R. Baldisscra.
Sec:ond Row: G. DeVcrcelli. A. Wyatt. P. ~art. R. Clark, P. Cdotti. ~f. t.~ilesi:..T. Rogers, P. Egan, T. Franklin, P. Niall.
Third Row: A. Rogan, L. Browne, B. SmIth, F. Jowett, V. Holl::ar, G. FJtt. r. Retter, M. OVE'rend.
F. Monagle.
FOllrtll Row: A, Vi'alsh, G. Hayt's, M. Sheahan, G. Stanle)', S. Guggenh('imer,
J. Mulligan, R. Cnmt', M. Hayes, J. Huines,
J. Patton,
Fifth
.
Row:
R.
Desmond,
K. L'HuilJi('r,
R. McDonald, P. Given.
R.
Harris,
S. Quinn.
C. B}-TlIt's, G. HenshaIl,
Front ROlO: G. Jones, G. Corcoran, A. Liddell. P. Gooley, L. Ne)'lnn, 1. Grant,
Ab~tmt: P. Doyle, R. Shet'ria, M. MUIT8)',
QUEEN OF THE HOLY ROSARY
PRAESIDIUM
"There is no need for me to mention tile necessity
of instilling into the children in our schools a lively
apostolic spirit. The Legion of Mar)' can play a
vital role in developing apo"~tlcs in every age group
of the parish."-Archbishop
Mannix.
I
i
A. Lewh.,
G. Philpott.
M. Rnmsdale, P. Healy.
C. Dt'vrreaux,
T. Gill, R. Peoplf"S.
unselfishness can be seen in a deepening
spiritual life oJ the Legionaries.
of the
\Ve hope the Legion will continue to prosper and
feel assured it wiII do so under the guidance of its
devoted President, ~frs. Cuggenhe-imer.
It is a heartening indica lion of a genuine religious
tone in the school, to see the acceptance by the
members of the Legion of Mary Praesidium of the
high standards required by this lay organization.
Boys attend a weekly mt-eting each Friday evening,
recite the Rosary grouped around Our Lady's statue,
give their weekly reports of work done, and often,
with much good humour, stimulate each other to
greater efforts in the service of Our Lady.
The wt"ekly work allotment is fundamental to the
Legion system, and members spend at least an hour
engaged on a specific work-the visiting of hospitals
for the sick and aged, the contact and instruction of
irregular Mass-goers, the distribution of Catholic
Literature, the training of altar boys and similar
apostolic tasks. The benefit of such a training in
Filfy-follr
LEGION" OF !I.'Llt.HY
Blick RotC: D. O'Conflt'lI. T. O'Colindl.
S('ccmd ROIO: D. WhcatlE")'. M. Elliott. S.
SchulZE", D. Powell, P. N"ngt'llt.
Front Rou"'; P. Carter, J. Doyle, P. O'Conllt'IJ,
P. \\01leaU(;'y, B. Gould, P. H(;'I)"I')".
.4.1w'nt: A. \Vi~('. }oJ. Gol1k1.
Brt'llllaJl.
G.
D.
AndE"TSOn,
PREPARATORY
SCHOOL
JUNIOR
V.C.L.T.A.
Back Row: A. Plldnnyi, A. Duggan. F. Nolan, J. O;wlins. M.
SJttin~: O. Sto~. ),,1. Rossi. P. LYIll:~. :M. Ie,Hers,. A. ~Iartin.
Klleelmg: R. Qumn,
P. JO\':ctt, B. Nolan, \\.
\Vlse.
TENNIS
In the Junior Branch of the Victorian Catholic
Lawn Tennis Association, Parade Preparatory is acquiring a reputation for the enthusiasm and ability
of its young tennis players. Parade has nO\\: had
five consecutive wins in the Uncler 14 section. The
Preparatory's team finished as runners.up to the
Senior School's in the Summer Competition, and in
the Winter Competition defeated Burke Ball to win
the premiership.
'
Of the many boys ,•...
ho represented the school in
the fifty~two matches played during the first two
terms, special mention must be made of that calmly
competent Paul Lynch. who ably captained us' to
victory, who won the Under 14 School Championship, and who partnered Michael Rossi to win both
the Deepdene and the V.C.L.T.A. Spring Under 14
Doubles tournaments.
Michael Jelfers and Otello
Stolfo were two other very valuable team members,
whilst h ••..
o younger boys showing great promise were
Anthony Lewis and Robert Quinn, the \vinners of
the Under 13 Victorian Catholic: Boys' Doubles
Championship.
Our Own School Championships ~'cre held in September. Results were:
Under 10, B. Nolan d. P. Kelly, 6.1.
SPORT
TEAM
~\IcCarthy.
Under
R. Levey,
G. Mansfield,
A. Lewis.
J. Kelly d. J. Glynn, 6-2.
n. Quinn d. A. Lewis, 8-3.
13: ~r. McCarth~... d. J. Ozolins, 8-2.
14: J. Lynch d. O. Stolfo, 6.3, 1-6, 6.2.
11,
Under 12:
Under
Under
SWIMMING
'{he House Swimming Carnival at the Ivanhoe
Baths demonstrated the high standard of swimming
in the school. Almost all the boys in the upper
grades of the school can .swim because of the
capable coaching of ~h.Jack Foster, to whom we are
greatly indebted. Learn to swim classes initiated in
the first term are being continued in the third term
in the hope that all may gain their certificates before
Christmas.
House results: Treacy 364, Hughes 272, Lynch
[83, Bodkin 171
Our representatives
in the Champion Parade
A.C.C. team again showed the result of their enthusiastic and strenuous training programme. Congratulations to these boys who scored points in each
of their events-j. Dellamarta, P. Quinn, B. \Villiams,
P. Van Prooyen, D. Nicholson, K. Scott and G.
~feese.
FiftlJ-fitJe
Congratulations to our A.e.C. Representatives in
the combined Parade team: J. Dellamarta, S. Ruff,
11. Bo)'ne,. P. Bedford, A. Harricks, A. A.nDal, R.
Quinn, G, Mullane, S. ?\.(ulqueene)', P. McNeill.
-*RETREAT
During the last term, a_two.day Retreat was held
at the College for Forms 1 and 2. Four Diocesan
priests, namely Frs .• B. King, D. Gannon, i\L
~lcGrath and K. 1\,logg, conducted the Retreat and
were at the beck and call of the boys throughout
the two days.
CROSS-COUNTRY
WINNERS
P. McXeill (U/11),
J. Kelly (U/12), J. Dellamarta
N. ~lcMahon (U/14),
S. Quinn (U/9).
Absellt:
D. Connell (U/l3).
J. ),-Iulligan (U/10).
(U/15).
,
ATHLETICS
The College sports held on our ovals in the first
term proved an enthusiastic if uneven-contest. Each~'
boy competed in all events, including high and
broad jumps and much latent talent was thereby
discovered.
House results: Treacy 9.33, Bodkin 667, Hughes
603, L)'nch 469.
This being their first retreat, the boys were at first
rather exCited at the 110velty of it all; however, they
soon settled down to the seriousness and silence requiredby. these few da)'s of recollection and prayer.
The daily Dialogue Mass, four talks per day, CODfessions; 'fpSar)', question box, Benediction and
spiritual reading kept the retreatants busy for the
greater ~p~rt of the day.
The' wholehearted co-operation of the boys en
sured the success of the retreat and there can. be
little doubt that each derived much benefit from the
various spiritual exercises.
a
i~'
the four' priests who conducted the retreat we
offer heartfelt thanks; they did ever)'thing possible
for. the. spiritual ..welfare. of the bo)'s, _who were
greatly impressed by their fatherly interest in each
and every retrea_tan~. .'
-*VISIT OF OLD-BOY
PRIESTS
In the third term a keen group of athletes trained
The retum of newly-ordained
priests to their
regularly in preparation fur inter-school competition
"Alma
Mater"
is
always
au
inspiring
and thought,lgainst Burke Hall, Marist Brothers, Preston, and 81.
Joseph's. Pascoe Vale, as ' ••..
ell as for the •.o\.ssociated provoking event, eSpt'cially for those whose choice
of a vocation in life lies before them. Such was the
Catholic Colleges' Carnival. The boys, in performcase when, soon after ordination, He". Frs. John
ance and team spirit. ably represented the school.
Murphy anti Robert Nink visited "Flowerdale".
The new]" ordained, together with their pnrents,
were welcomed by the Principal, who then presented each of the priests with a memento of the
visit. The priests then addressed the boys before
imparting their sacerdotal blessing. At tile request
of Frs. Nink and :Murphy the boys were granted a
holiday.
OBITUARY
ATHLETIC
CUP WIJ\":-1ERS
S/tlillg: S. Quinn (eq. U/9), N. ~fcMahon (U/14).
S.
KoJl1lt Ctl/15), M. Ha~'("!l (U/IO),
A. Annal (U/12).
Slmulin,Jt.: P. BC'dford (U/13),
P. Herbdt
(U/11),
R.
M(.Dona)d
(I'fl. Uj9).
YOllr pra}'crs are requested for lhe repose of the
souls of Simon Gannon (Father Gannon's father).
Primo Celotti. Edward Connell, Kevin Doyle, Cornelius Bahen. Desmond Stevenson. William Stapleton
and Patrick Niall who have died during the year.
The Staff and boys offer their sympathies to the
families of the above.
l:NDER
J.l FOOTBALL
TEAM
How: C. Walsh, D. Trt-l.ley. O. Sto:fo, W.
Ritter, L. Whatmon,'.
Set'ond Row: A. Shannon, )1_ JeUo?rs. P. GanllOI1,
S.
Foster, P. O'Connell, :M. Kynt".
Front
Rmo:
)1. Rossi, M. Juckiw, B. Sht'ehnn, ].
Dcl1amllrta (capt.),
P. Lynch, \V. lIawthumro,
G. CoUins,
EflCk
UNDER
Eack
R'Jw:
D,
13 FOOTBALL
Haberman,
Luff. F. Bedford.
J.
TEA:'.I
~IOlTisser, D Neal,
I'.
S('c;:md Row; L McKinle)', 0, R""'yer, D. Corult'II,
L. Rose. N. Me)lahon,
A. Carlin.
Frallt
Row: S. Leahy, S, Ruff, P. Gannon, M. K>"tlc
(copt.),
A. Lavt'r>", G. Stolfo, K. \Varren .
•4.b,\cnt:
B. Wise. ]. Solomon.
UNDER
12
FOOTBALL
TEAl\[
Eack
Row:
A. Hunick,
T: RosewalJ, A. Costelloe,
M. Boyne, L. RigS, M. Andley, 1'. Foster.
Second RC1tO:
R. S7-ware, R. FiH, D. Nicho~on, D.
Baker, M. Symes, G. Fay.
Fif$t Raw: D. Powell, B. Baht'o, G. Price, ]. Harrop
(capt.),
R. Quinn, P. Carter, P. FerltllSon.
FrOTlt:
P. Lucy.
UNDER 11 FOOTBALL
Back
Row: P. Petersen, :M.
Lucy, A. Sadler.
Second Row: P. Sonncve:d,
Kelly, D. ~Iatthews, R.
Front Row: A. Neal,
M.
Callinan, J. Natoli, P.
Dowlan,
TEA)!
].
Mulligan,
P.
M. Ryan, S. Dn!ey, J.
Cattanach.
Dorgan,
M. Luby, ~L
Mackey, R. Peters.
Ul\"DER
BUlk
14
Row:
Stolfo,
\V. Ritter, G. Anderson, G, Collins, O.
A. Shannon.
Front Row: G. Mansfield, F. Kolan, P. O'Connell
(Capt.),
J. Doyle, G. Walsh, J. Morrisse}'.
UNDER
13
Brock
Row; P. Luff, ~1. McCarthy, A. Lan'l')', D.
Connell, B. Morrissey, G. Gloury.
"r"llt
Rwv:
T. ~It'ehan. A. Carlin,
J. Morrisse}'
(Capt.).
D. Neal. N, McMahon, ). Fitzsimons.
U~ER
12
Ro«:: P. Ff'r~oll,
D. Kissane. J. Harrop, P.
C••rtE'r. D. Baker. R. Szwarc. L. Rj~:a::-.
frfr" Rolt': n. McNamara. P. Foster, R. QUllU (Capt.),
Hos{'wall. D. Powell, T. O'Connell.
Back
UNDER
11
Rock Row: P, Liddell, 1>.-1.
R)'an. J. Kelly, P. Mackey,
n. Hors]('y. A. ~eal.
fr(mt
Raw:
(C •.pt.),
J
Mulligan.
R. Cattanach.
M. Callinan
M. Luby, P. Bal,ell, F. Brody.
HOUSE COMPETITION
SEl'iIOHCOLLEGE
CHRISTIAN
STUDIES
800lW,
HUGHES
LYI\CII
(100)
100
98
79
93
(l00)
92
100
69
81
(l00)
100
97
73
73
.... .
(100)
79
33
100
79
............
(l00)
74
95
100
58
(100)
47
75
50
100
DOCfRINE
........ ....
...
.. .... .... .... ............
....
EISTEDDFOD
TENNIS
....
...............
FOOTBALL
....
SWIMMING
....
ATHLETICS
................
................
...............
(l00)
72
65
51
100
.... ....
(100)
90
100
79
93
654
663
601
677
.
CROSS-COUNTRY
....
.
pnEPAHATOHY
COLLI'GE
nOOK!;';
CHRISTIAN
STUDIES
DOCTRINE
....
HUGHES
100
96
92
98
96
100
97
lao
.... .... ....
....
................................
(l00)
100
84
93
72
(l00)
94
100
94
100
.... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....
.... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....
.... .... .... .... .... - .. ............
(l00)
83
89
100
88
(I00)
60
100
35
90
(l00)
92
87
64
100
(60)
60
53
47
52
(60)
60
32
58
34
745
741
680
734
....
CRICKET
ATHLETICS
TREACY
(l00)
SWIMMING
FOOTnALL
LYNCH
(l00)
....
EISTEDDFOD
TREACY
....., ..
CROSS.COUNTRY
....
HANDBALL
.... .... .... ............
........
....
....
HESULTS
SENIOH
1. Treacy
,
PHEl'AHATOItY
.
677
1.
Rodkin
.
745
.2.
Hughes
663
2.
Lynch
3.
Bodkin
654
3.
Hughes
.
734
,4.
Lynch
601
4.
Treacy
.
680
.
.
741
The three pioneer Brothers, Treacy. Lynch, and Bodkin. who established the Order
here arrived in Melbourne on November 8, 1868.
Parade, hlother House of the Australian Brothers, continues under God and ill the
spirit of detachment and de\'otion to its centenary.
I
"Their's is one of the highesT examples of earnest self-sacrifice the world has el'er
seen. You can understand men banding together in an army to fight for theIr coumr)".
to gain honour on the battle field. You can understand l1len of science gathering
together to go 011 an expedition. After all, there is in this, worldly advancement and
a worldly glory for those who do it.
"But the Brothers seek liD earthly re•••..
ard; they sene their Divine lv/aster from
morning till night. Long before the boys come to them i/1 the morning, they are up
at their religious exercises. and long into the night. they are studying and preparing
themselves for the next day's work.
;'Their lives are passed in prayer and study so that the)' may be eDiciem to do
their work." - Archbishop Duhig. Brisbane.
TOlE
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