Jesuit High School, founded 1847
Bob Moulin very kindly contributed the images and info below on the class of '48.

The class of 1948 made its own contributions to New Orleans and America, filled, as it was, with
worthy young men, many of whom would, in time, become noteworthy in their chosen professions.
 Bob writes:  "Of some interest may be the presence of former [New Orleans] Mayor,
Cabinet Secretary and 6th Circuit Judge Moon Landrieu, third from left in the second row
from the top.  I am in the next row down, to the left of Fr. Frank Coco S.J. (AKA the clarinet
playing priest), well known for his frequent appearances with Pete Fountain at his club in
the Quarter.
 The picture, also, contains the last school photo of one of the greatest running backs in
state history, John Petibon.  He recently passed away in New Orleans.  He is second from
the left in the third row from the top.  Our 1946 football, basketball, baseball and track
teams won City and State championships and the national baseball American Legion
baseball little world series.  Never been done before or since and probably is a record
that won't ever be equaled."
Bob supplied a 1946 New Orleans newspaper article, which I have transcribed

In Prep Sports

by N. Charles Wicker

Jesuit goes after the Crescent City's seventh straight regional championship and
the 14th title in the past 18 years next week when they compete in the regionals at
The tourney finds the Jays seeking their third straight which, if captured, will be a
record for a Crescent City team.
No one sponsor has had a team to capture more than two straight.  Jesuit, Little
Rock and the Zatarains have won the regional crown two successive years.
Past regional champions follow:

 1928.......Ada, Okla.
 1929.......White Sox, New Orleans
 1930.......Sizzelers, New Orleans
 1931.......Jesuit, New Orleans
 1932.......Zatarain Papoose, New Orleans
 1933.......Little Rock, Ark.
 1934.......Jesuit, New Orleans
 1935.......Tulsa, Okla.
 1936.......Jesuit, New Orleans
 1937.......Zatarain Papoose, New Orleans
 1938.......Zatarain Papoose, New Orleans
 1939.......Little Rock, Ark.
 1940.......Little Rock, Ark.
 1941.......Holy Cross, New Orleans
 1942.......Jesuit, New Orleans
 1943.......St. Aloysius, New Orleans
 1944.......Holy Cross, New Orleans
 1945.......Jesuit, New Orleans
 1946.......Jesuit, New Orleans

All games in the regionals will be played in the afternoon, according to Coach Eddie
Toribio, who was in Hattiesburg Friday to see the state playoff and who is expected
to attend the Arkansas finals this afternoon in Little Rock.
Austin defeated St. Thomas of Houston in two extra-inning games to defeat the lads
for the Texas playoff.

New Orleans will be able to send its kid champions to various cities and towns to
compete in championship and inter-city games very soon, we understand the city's
department of recreation will have its own bus.
It's a pity the bus, which is expected to arrive next week, could not have come
It would have saved lots of headaches for those seeking accommodations to send
the VFW softball teams to the national tournament.

Dick Sallinger of the Aloysius Crusaders and Frank Rapp of the Redemptorist Rams
are planning to attend a St. Louis Cardinal "school" this week, at Laurel, Miss.

There has been quite a bit of discussion regarding the increase in the price of
admission to the prep football games.
There have been several arguments -- one in particular -- which seems very sound,
in that the public is raised much greater than the schools.
25th class reunion, 1973; sportscaster, Buddy Diliberto, standing in the second row, tenth from left.
5th class reunion, 1953; in this picture, Moon Landrieu is standing, second from right.
55th class reunion, 2003
Below:  Moon Landrieu makes some predictions about the
future of New Orleans, from the Times-Picayune, 1987.
Class of 1948
60th class reunion, 2008