Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 166 of the 1952 volume:
published by the
Senior Class ai the
Academy ai Qui Lady
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FEBRUARY 23, 1879-NOVEMBER 10, 1951
NYC, the Semwr Class of the Neztclemy uf Our Lzuly zmrl Spalding
Institute, dedicate this 1952 erlitiim uf tlie SL'MlXl,X to the luving
memory uf the Must lievereiirl -loscpli ll. Selilzirmzm, Rislinp uf
He was our spiritual lfzitlier. at stztuiieli rlefeiiclei' tif tlie Fziitlig lie
wm'kec,l :mil prztyeml :mel S2lCl'llilCL'fl that we might lmeervme lmettei' yutiiig'
Czttlmlie men :mcl wflmen.
He ewmmzmclecl nur respect: lie meriteil nur luxe.
His example ul. 1111 entire, selfless life fm' liml lizis left EL mzirlq fill
:fur souls, 21 mzirlc tlizit will ffvrevei' presei-x'e the memfiry of llislmp
Table of Contents
O Faculty Page 7
l1,Seniors Page 13
C Underclassmen Page 45
I Activities Page 69
I Athletics Page 103
C Patrons Page 120
I Advertisements Page 121
Since their advent during the "Roaring Twentiesf' yearboolfs have bc-
come a definite part of the American scene. Student editors and their staffs
have each year spent months devising themes for the annuals. They have
stretched imaginations to the breaking point by picturing' school life as a
three-ring circus. a Shakespearean drama, or a land of make-believe.
Essentially, the theme is littlc more than a device to give a yearbook
some continuity, an attempt to hold the annual together.
llc feel that the yearbook should first mirror the life and activity of
the student, and then lie a lnmoli of memories, recalling the days that were
the happiest in our lives.
lVe are students, and the school is our life. It is around the student and
the school that we have xvoven the 1952 SUMIXIA.
John Mecham and Gerald McConnell
Ruth A. Rogers,
Teresa Molitor and Virginia Coogan.
Mary Jo Metz,
Vicar of the Prince of Peace
"The education of Christian youth never had It more decisive or vital im-
portzmce, faced, as it is today, by the disconcerting errors of iizlturalism :mil
materialism which, in precipitating thc world into an appalling war, givc
Cruel proof of the fzxlsity of El philosophy bziscri on csscntizilly human founf
dationsf'-eHIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS XII
Rev. R-obert Hopkins. C.S.V.
Rev. Iohn Shiels, C.S.V.
Principal, Dean of Studies, Chemistry
Rev. Thomas Kinney, C.S.V.
Bro. Robert Schoffmcm. C.S.V.
Rev. Cctsmir Paul. C.S.V.
Rev. Ioseph Tremonti, C.S.V.
Dean of Discipline, Biol0gy, General Science Physics, Mathematics
Religion, Social Studies,
Latin, Freshmen Advisor
BW- William MUYQL C-S-V- Bm. Edward Boland, c.s.v. Bro. Robert Cooney. c.s.v.
Religion, Latin, English World History
Sister M. Geraldine, O.S.B. Sister M- Esteqlel OISIBI
Librarian Business Mathematics,
Mr. Iohn Errion
Business, Physical Education.
Head Football, Basketball,
and Baseball Coach
Rev. Lawrence Whitle, C.S.V.
Religion, History, Religious
Director, Junior Advisor
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Mr. Edward Urcnich
History, Physical Education
Rev. Maurice Dailey, C.S.V. Rev- Raymond Novccek' Bro. James Boose. C.S.V.
C.S.V. Mathematics, Summa,
Camera Club. Golf Loach
Religion, English, Glee Club
Religion. English, Art,
Rev. Joseph Canella, C.S.V.
Religion, Spanish, English
Rev. Harold Thompson, C.S.V.
Br-o. Icxmes Todd, C.S.V. I
Nfathgmaticg Religion. English, French, Institute, Senior Advisor
Sister Mary Lucilla, C.S.I.
Sister Mary Norbert, C.S.1'.
Prcfect of Discipline
Sister Mary Robert, C.S.I.
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Sister Denise Marie, C.S.1'.
Biology Sister Gerard Joseph, C.S.I.
Sister Miriam, C.S.I. Sister Mary Doretta, C.S.I.
Vew Rev' Msgf' M' V' Haas Very Rev- Msgr- R' G- Peters Rev. R. Livingston Rev. I. Hecht
Religion Instructors . . .
Sister Mary Carlos, C.S.I.
Religion, Latin, Secretarial
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Sister Mary Hortensia. C.S.I.
Religion, History. Spanish
. . . Class
Sister Helen Marie. C.S.I.
Religion and English'
Sister Mary Victoria. C.S.I.
Religion, Latin, English.
Sister Rose Cecilia, C.S.1'.
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Sister Mary Urbana. C.S.I.
Religion, Secretarial Science
Sister M. Dominic. C.S.I.
Sister Mary Iulia. C.S.I.
Secretarial Science, C.S.M.C.
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Sister Anne Loyola. C.S.I.
Sister Mary Harold. C.S.I. Sister Clare Edmond. C.S.I. i . -
Religion, Home Economics, Religion, Chemistry, Rehglon' MUSIC' Glee Club
Red Cross Mathematics
Sister Mary Marcia, C.s.I. SiSfer MUYY Plflcidel C-S-I- Sister Mary Aqrveffdf C-S-L
Religion, English, Librarian Religilmf Latin. Religmn, Aff, E1'1g1iSh,
Student COUI'1Cil Summa
Mrs. Dorothy Reynolds Miss Rita McLinden
Physical Education Home Economics
Virginia Coogan, Salutatoriang Norma Barren, Valedictorian
Co-Valedictoriansz Edward Ferre and George Remm.
Senior Class Officers
Pat Kee-nan, President Marty Biederbeck, Betty Santo, Rosemary Kelly.
Bill Bertolero, Francis Cicciarelli, President Jerry Spaeth, Carl Franzgrote
Senior Honor Students
First Row: Betty Santo, Pat Keenan, Virginia Matarelli, Joann Heinz, Sue Brady
Mary Jo Met Z.
Second Row: Virginia Coogan, Norma Barrett.
Missing: Shixlej: Everett, Frederica Otto.
Bottom Row: George Remrn, Harold Alwan, Joel Yerby, Robert Martin.
Second Row: Larry Devlin. Gerald Nibbelin, Robert Denton, Francis Cicciarelli.
Top Row: Charles Donohue, Michael McAlister, Edward Ferre. Gerald Spaeth.
St. Cecilia's1 Student Council Rep. '49:
Sodality Rep. 2525 Active Sodality ,51, '523
Operetta '513 Glee Club '51, '523 Biology
'50: Spanish '50, '51: G.A.A, '49, '51, '52.
"An eye that twinkles like a star,"
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St. Mary's, Metamora: Librarian '50.
'51, '52g Clubs: Biology '501 Speech '52g
"The good are hcaven's particular
St. Monica's: Honor Roll 611: Student
Council Rep. '51: Compact Staff '52:
Librarian 'E-0: Clubs: Biology '50g Spanish
'51, '52: G.A.A. '49, '51, '52,
"Many small make a great."
"So round, so firm. so fully packed"
St. Patrick's3 Honor Roll KTM National
Honor Society '51, '521 Institute Staff
'51, '52: Intramural Basketball '49.
"All wisdom's armory this man could
St. Mark'sg Honor Roll 4215 Summa
Staff: Clubs: Biology '50g French '51, '52g
"Sometimes serious, sometimes smiling,
St. Bcrnard's: Honor Roll 123: Bowling
'51, '52p Institute Staff '51, '52g Intra-
mural Basketball '51, '52.
"As innocent as a new-laid egg."
St. Mark's: Compact Staff '51, '52g
Clubs: Biology '51g French '52g Good
"A comrade neither glum nor merry."
St. Bonifacds, Honor Roll C313 Pontifi-
cal Crew '49, '50, '51, '52, Intramural
Basketball '49, '51,
"As merry as the day is long."
St. Mark's, Honor Roll 673, Student
Council Pres.: Student Council Rep. '50,
Summa Staff, Compact Staff '51, Clubs:
Biology '50, Spanish '51, '52, Good
"Wisdom sits alone topmost in Heaven."
St. Monica's: Honor R011 411: Librarian st. Boniface's, Football '52, Intramural
122, jig, clubs: Biology '50, G.A.A. Basketball '50, '51, '52
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"Nature fits all her children with
"Not much talk-a great sweet silence." something to do."
, V 3454 x
St. Mark's, Honor Roll 445 1 Compact
Editor '52, Clubs: Biology '50, French
"Her eye is bright, a well of life,
a spring of light." l
St. Bernard's, Honor Roll 427, Sodallty
Rep, '50, Sodallty Sec. '51, Active So-
dality '51, '52, Summa Staff, Operetta
'51, Glee Club '51, '52, Biology '50,
Speech '52, Latin '51, Good Counsel '50,
G.A.A. '49, '50, '51.
"And a heart all fixed upon Heaven."
"Clean as cr whistle"
St. Monica's, Honor Roll 413, Basket-
ball '51, Treasurer '51, Secretary '52.
"Love me little, love me long."
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St. Thomas': Honor Roll f2I: Summa
Staff: Senior Class Prcs.g Clubs: Biology
'503 Art '51, '52.
"Fragments of her mighty voice come
rolling with the wind,"
St. Boniface's: Clubs: Biology '51.
"Of a modest manner, sweet and un-
St. Mary's Cathedral: St. Joseph's
Junior High School, Bowling Green, Ky.
'49: Honor Roll 411: Student Council
Rep. '523 Red Cross Rep. '51p Compact
Staff '52g Clubs: Biology '51.
"In youth, beauty and wisdom is but
"She's happy, sh'e's healthy"
St. Bernard'sg Bowling '52: Intramural
"The first in the fight and every
St. Patrick's: Active Sodality '52g
Clubs: Biology '51: Speech '52.
"A friend may well be reckoned the
masterpiece of nature."
St. Philomcna'sg Honor Roll f4l: Mis
sion Rep. Summa Staffg Clubs
Biology '51g Spanish '51, '52,
"So sweet a face, such angel grace."
St. Mark's: Mission Rep. '49p Clubs
Biology '50g Speech '51g Spanish '51, '52
"Sunshine fills her mind."
"Look for me. I'll be waiting for you"
St. Mark's, Golf '52, Bowling '31, '52,
Intramural Basketball '51, '52.
"Men may live fools, but fools they
St. Thomas, Honor Roll f7l, Summa
Staff, Intramural Basketball '49, '50, '51,
'52, Treasurer '52.
"A mighty hunter is he.'
St. Mary's Cathedral, Active Sodality
'52, Clubs: Biology '50, Speech '51,
"Grace was in all her steps, heaven in
CLEARY, ANNE I
St. Mary's, El Paso, Sodality Rep. '51,
Red Cross Rep, '50, Active Sodality '51,
Summa Staff, Prom Queen '51, Clubs:
Biology '50, French '52.
"She is good as she is fair."
St. Patrick's, Honor Roll 171, Institute
Stall '51, Editor '52, Pontifical Crew '49,
'50, '51, '52, National Honor Society '51,
'52, Quill and Scroll '51, '52, Glee Club
'51, '52, Science Club '5l.
"I never knew so young a body with
so old a head."
"Bi-evity is the soul of wit."
St. Mark's, Compact Staff '52, Clubs:
Biology '51, Speech '52.
"A Sunbeam on a dreary day."
Sacred Heart: Honor Roll 613: Intra-
mural Basketball '50, '51, '52,
"He doth nothing but talk of his ear."
St. Mark'sg Clulls: Biology '51,
"Her silcnvv is more musical than any
St. Bernard's: Honor Roll C653 Red
Cross Rep. '49: C0-editor of Surnmag
Junior Class Treas.3 Clubs: Biology '50,
Ions '52: Speech '51, Spanish '51, '52.
"She sings away sorrow, casts away
St. Bernard's: Sodality Rep. '49, Clubs:
Biology '50: Art '49, French '51,
"With sparkling eye and lilting laugh."
St. Mark's: Honor Roll 679: National
Honor Society '52: Golf '51, '52g Intra- " 'I
mural Basketball '49, '50, '51. Icy' IOY
"A healthy hatred of scoundrelsf'
St. Mark'sg Librarian '52g Clubs:
"The greater the woman the greater
St. Mark's: Institute Staff '51: Bowling
'51g Intramural Baskelllall '49, '50, '51,
"The king of terrors."
St. Mary's: Honor Roll C253 Instituto
St. Joscph's, Peking Glcc Club '50, Biolo-
Staff '52, Qlee- Club '51, '52g Pontifical gy '5Og Latin '51,
Crew 49, 00, 211. A "Whose little body lodg'd a mighty
'A man of polite learning and a mind,"
liberal education. "
DONOHUE. CHARLES DUGARD, EDWARD
St. Mark'sp Honor Roll 1253 Basketball St. Bernard's: Intramural Basketball
'50, '51, '52, '49, '50, '51, '52,
"The great end of life is not know. "Fools rush in Where angels fear to
ledge but action." tF0Hd-"
"Surprise in every package"
St. Mary's: Basketball '51, '52, Golf
'51, '52g Pontitical Crew '50, '51, '52,
Orchestra '49, '5tJ.
"The man of culture is the apostle of
EBEL. MARY ALICE
St. Bernard'sg Clubs: Biology '50,
"As entrancing as a mystery."
St. Joseph'sg Mission Rep. '507 Junior
Class Pres., Clubs: Spanish '51, '52.
"Her wit makes others witty."
sr. Mark'sg Woodruff High School '49,
Operetta '51, Glee Club '51, '52, Ions ..Come away with me' Lucille..
"One's eyes are what one is, 0ne's
mouth what one becomes."
EVANS, CHRISTINE EVERETT, SHIRLEY ANN
sr. Philomena's: Compact Staff '51, Bifftl,509QffT'QSLe?fnff1 R011 W' Clubs:
Clubs: Biology '50: Speech '51g Spanish A E' ' ' 'D ' ' M
'51, '52: G'A.A- '49A 'Honest labour hears a lovely face.
"Ready for work, ready for fun, she
lives content, envies none."
St. Patrick's3 Honor Roll 4713
mural Basketball '49, '50, '51, '5
tional Honor Soviety '51, '52,
'Diligenco is the mother of go
od f or
FLYNN, IAMES FRANZGROTE- CARI- FRANZGROTE, IOSEPH
St. Mi1l'k'SC Intfiimural B21Sk9tba11 '49, WSF' 1'1f1fk'SvH0n"fIf1'11 qj'.F0Uth?11,51' St, Mark's: Honor Roll 425: Institute
'50, '51, '52, Glcc Club '51, Bowling '52. glvk fg1fT1f'1195F35f,551f 02' Imfdmufal staff '52: Summa starr, Glee Club '51.
"Do good by stealth and blush to find as Q d ' 'J ' ' ' "He is thu very pine-apple ol polite
it famcy "The wrong way always seems the ness.,-
"Say it with flowers"
St. Joseph's, Intramural Basketball '49,
'50, Bowling '51, '52.
"The smallest worm will turn, being
St. Monica's, Glee Club '52, Spanish
'51, '52, Biology '50.
"A human heart, a human hand, a
St. Mark's, Football '51, '52, Intra-
mural Basketball '51, '52, Vice-President
"His is as true as steel."
St. Mary's, Kickapoo, Baseball '50, '51,
"His enemies shall lick the dust."
St. Boniface, Honor Roll ill: Bowling
'51, '52, Intramural Basketball '49.
"All men think all men mortal but
St. Mary's, Kickapoo.
"I am immortal! I know it! I feel it!"
St. Thomas', Librarian '49, '50, '51,
Clubs: Biology '50, Speech '51, G,A.A.
"Her secret of happiness is wide in-
GREIL, BETTY IANE
St. Mark's: Honor Roll C453 Mission
Rep. '51g Prom attendant '51: Clubs:
Biology '50, Art '49, Spanish '51, '52g
Good Counsel '50.
"Good humor is goodness and wisdom
St. Joseph's: Compact Staff '52: Clubs:
Biology '51: Speech '52.
"Her hair shall be of what color it
HALL. ANNA MAE
Sacred Heart: Trinity High School,
St. Philomc-na's: Summa Staff: Clubs:
Biology '50, Ions '52.
"Discreet in her replies she was
St. Patrick's: Red Cross Rep. '52g
Clubs: Biology '50.
"That which is good is always beauti-
St. Cecilia'sg Glee Club '50, '51, '52g
Compact Staff '49, Clubs: Spanish '51,
"One grand sweet song."
St. Thomas'g Honor Roll 611: Compact
Staff '52: Active Sodality '52: Operetta
'51g Glee Club '50, '51, '52: Biology '50g
"As upright as a cedar."
Bloomington, Ill., '49, '50, '51, "Tig-ne iq fe-tire"
"A childlike smile."
St. Mary's Cathedral: Operetta '51:
Glee Club '51, '52: Biology '52: Speech
'51: G.A.A. '52.
"Her conversation is fresh and crisp."
St. Monica: Honor Roll 621: Intramural
Basketball '49, '50, '51, '52: Football '52
"All things come to him who will but
St. Mary's Kickapoo: Orchestra '50:
Glee Club '51: Camera Club '51.
"No reason now for calm familiar
St. Mark's: Honor Roll 613: Summa
Staff '52: Red Cross Rep. '50g Glee Club
'50, '51: Vice-Pres. '52: Operetta '51: Art
'49, '52: French '50, '51: Bios '52g His-
"The soul of music slumbers in the
shell till waked and kindled by the Mas-
"Ye Olde Time Spirit"
St. Mark's: Bowling '51: Institute Staff
'51: Golf '52: Intramural Basketball '49,
'50, '51, '52.
"Nothing is impossible to a willing
St. Bernard'sg Student Council Rep. '49:
Clubs: Speech '51: Bios '52: Art '49g
t'She showed the proper sense of mod-
St. Moniea's: Intramural Basketball '49,
'50, '51, '52: Camera Club '51, '52: In-
stitute Staff '51.
"As large as life and twice as natural."
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St. Mark's: Sodality Rep. '49p Red
Cross Rep. '52g French '51,
"So gay a little doll."
St. Boniface'sg Bios '51.
"Calm as a blue sea lying asleep in
St. Patrick'sg Intramural Basketball '49,
'50, '51, '52.
"Great men are not always wlse."
"The pause that refreshes"
St. Bernard's3 Clubs: Bios '50q Speech
'51g G,A.A. '49, '50.
"She plants memories wherever she
St. Cecilia'sg Honor Roll f2bg Summa
Staff '52: Junior Class Secretary: Stu-
dent Council Rep. '503 Active Sodality '51,
'52: Good Counsel '50: Vice Prefect of
Sodallty '52g Prom Attendant '51g Operetta
'51g Glee Club '50, '51p French '51, '52p
"A woman of refinement."
" 'Tis but a part we see and not the
St. Mark's: Honor Roll 433: Active So-
dailty nal, '52g Sodality Rep. '50, '513
Homecoming Queen '51g Clubs: Spanish
'51, '52: Bios '5O: Good Counsel '50g
"High beauty dwells in her unspoiled
"More biounce to the ounce"
St. Pcter's3 Active Sodality '52g Clubs:
Bios '50g Ions '52g Speech '51, G.A.A. '51.
"She is swift to hear and slow to
KELLY, MARY ANN
St. Bernard's7 Honor R011 133: Compact
'50, '52, Mission Rep. '49g Red Cross Rep.
'50, Clubs: Bios '50g Ions '52g Art '49.
"A lovely lady, garmented in light
from her own beauty."
KEEFE, MARY LEAH
St. Bernard'sg Glee Club '50, '51, '523
"ln her manner there is charm."
KELLY, PATRICIA A
St. Patrick'sg Honor Roll C133 Junior
Class Vice-Pres.g Operetta '51, Glee Club
'51g Spanish '51, '52g G.A.A. '50.
"A fair exterior is a silent recommen-
St. Joseph's: Clubs: Good Counsel '50,
"Many are her deeds of kindness,"
St. Bernard'sg Honor Roll 165: Senior
Class Secretaryg Active Sodality '51, '52g
Mission Rep. '50, Good Counsel '50g
Opcretta '51: Glee Club '51, Secretary
'52g Latin '51g Bios '50g G.A.A. '49.
"So openly that nothing could she hide."
St. Peter'sg Honor Roll 113.
"Silence is sweeter than speech."
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St. Patrick'sg Honor Roll 123: Senior
Class Treasurer, Maid of Hf-nor at Junior
Prom '51, Operetta '51: Glee Club '51,
Treasurer '52, Spanish '51, '52,
"Tho very pink of perfection."
St. Bernard's: Active Sodality '52: Glee
Club '50: Bios '50: Speech '51g G.A.A, '51.
"Her kindness colors life as the sun
St. Philomena'sg Glee Club '50: Bios '50,
Speech '51: G.A.A. '49. '50, '51.
"She does all things decently and in
St. Bernard's3 Honor Roll f1P: Intra-
mural Basketball '49, '51, '52,
"Man wants but little, nor that little
St, Cecilia's: LaSalle-Peru Township
High School, LaSalle, Ill,, '49: Active So-
dality '52g Clubs: Speech '52: Spanish
'51: Bios '50.
"Kindness gives birth to kindness."
ST.. Patrick's, Clubs: Bios '52, Spcech
"Her opcn eycs desire thc truth."
St. Bernard's: Honor Roll C233 Active
Sodality '52, Summa Staff '52: Sodality
Rep. '50g Clubs: Bios '50: French '51, '52.
"Happiness ran through her like a
"Snap. crackle, and pop"
St. Monica's, St. Francis Academy,
Joliet, Ill., '49, Joliet Township High
School, Joliet, I11,, '50, '51, Mission Rep.
"If eyes were made for seeing, then
beauty is its own excuse for being."
"Secret and self-contained and ,solitary
as an oyster."
St. Patrick's, Intramural Basketball '49,
'50, '51, '52.
"Virtue alone outbuilds the Pyramids."
St. Mary's, Honor Roll 413, Bowling
'51, Glee Club '51.
"The world is a comedy to those that
think, a tragedy to those who feel."
"Be happy. go lucky"
St. Mark's, Clubs: Bios '50, Art '49,
French '51, G.A.A, '50.
"Her hair is long, her feet are light
and her eyes are wide."
St. Thomas', Active Sodality '52, Clubs:
Bios '51, Speech '52, Spanish '51.
"Her word is of truth and sobernessf'
St. Mark's, Compact Staff '51, '52, Mis-
sion Rep. '50, Clubs: Bios '50, Spanish '51,
"She is a. queen, a rose, a star."
St. Mark's: Bowling '51, '527 Camera
Cluh '51g Institute Staff '51.
"Variety is the spice of life."
St. Mark's: Student Council '51: Good
Counsel '50g Red Cross Rep. '5Og Clubs:
Bios '523 Spanish '51,
"The mildest manners, and the gentlest
St. Mary's Cathedral: Compact Staff
'52: Llhrary '50, '523 Operetta '51: Glee
Club '50, '51, '52g Latin '51, Bios '52g
"Blushing is the color of virtue."
"Thut's dll folks"
St. Thomas: Honor Roll Wa,
"Silence gives consent,"
St. Mark's: Sodality Prefcct '52g So-
dality Treasurer '51g Student Council Rep.
'50g Active Sodality '51, '52: Cheerleader
'51, '52: Clubs: Bios '50, Latin '51g Speech
'51g G.A.A. '50, '51, '52,
"Beloved and fair with goodness sancti-
St. Ce-ci1ia's: Institute Staff '51: Bowl-
St. Philomena's: Peoria High School '4EJg 4 , .V ,- , , ,
Honor Roll 1211 Summa starr '52, Clubs: Intramural Basketball 49'
Bios '50: Spanish '51, '52, ' '
HSM smiles into the sullen Sky and gOOg'h:3y're only truly great who are truly
makes lt glad again."
"Smoke rings bring smoke dreams"
St. I'atrick'sg Honor Roll f7lg Football
'52, Intramural Basketball '51, '52: Glee
Club '51, '52, Institute Staff '52: Summa
Staff: National Honor Society '52,
"Our wishes lengthen as our sun de-
MCGRATH, MARGARET MARY
St. Mark's: Good Counsel '50g Bios '50g
Spanish '51, '52.
"Her voir-e was over soft, gentle and
low, an excellent thing in woman."
St. Philomena's: Basketball '51, '52g
Glee Club '51g Institute Staff '52,
"Better to love amiss than nothing to
St. Bcrnard's, Institute Staff '51, '52,
Glee Club '51: Pontifical Crew '49, '50,
'51, '52, Summa Co-Editor: Quill 8: Scroll
"Charm strikes the sight, but merit
wins: the soul."
St. Joseph's3 Intramural Basketball '49,
'50, '51. '52g Bowling '51, '52.
"A proper man as one shall see in a
St. Mary's, Kickapoo: Honor Roll C233
Librarian '51, Bios '52: French '50, '51.
"Live always in the best company when
St. Philomenalsp Golf '51, '523 Glee
Club '52g Quill and Scroll '52g Summa
Co-Editorg Intramural Basketball '49, '50,
"The endearing elegance of female
St. Thomas, Honor Roll flv, Glee Club
'52, Camera Club '52, Summa Staff.
"As head strong as an allegory on the
banks of the Nile."
METZ. MARY IO
St Philomena's, Honor Roll f4'l, Sum-
ma Staff '52, Compact Staff '51, Mission
Rep. '51, Aetive Sodality '52, Homecom-
ing Attendant '52, Operetta '51, Glee
Club '50, '51, President '52, Spanish '51,
'52, Bios '50, G.A.A. '49.
"Without music life would be a mis-
St. Joseph's, Honor Roll f1r, Compavt
Staff '50, Clubs: Bios '51, French '51, '52,
G.A.A. '50, '51,
"Her speech was always womanly and
plain, she was agile as a nymph."
St. Cet'ilia's, Honor Roll 121, Compact
Staff Photographer '51. '52: Good Coun-
sel '50, Student Council Rep. '52, Aetive
Sodality '51, '52, Cheerleader '52, Oper-
etta '51, Glee Club '50. '51, '52, Ions '50,
French '51, '52, G.A.A. '52.
"The joy of youth and health her eyes
1 V X
St. Bernard's: Clubs: Bios '51, G.A.A.
"The woman of power, beauty and
St. Peter's, Honor Roll 161.
"I was never less alone than when by
St. Bernard's, Honor Roll f63, Summa ,,
Co-Editor '52, Active Sodality '51, '52, Eventudlly, Why
Clubs: Bios '50, G.A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52,
"She attains what she pursues."
St. Mark'sg Honor Roll fll: Summa
Staff, Football '51, '52g Intramural Bas-
ketball '51, '52, . .
"I have often regretted my speech,
never my silence."
St. Patricldsg Clubs: Bios '50: G.A.A.
"Her mind was gay and bright, as a,
MURRAY, SUZANNE NAUER, MARTIN
St. Mark'sg Sodality Rep. '52: Active St. Philomena's3 Honor Roll VIP: Intra-
Sodality '51, '52g Bios '513 Ions Club '52, mural Easketball '50, Bowling '51, '52.
"A fair face, a fair soul." "Bravery never goes out of fashion."
"It takes your breath away"
St. Mark'S: Good Counsel '50: Glec
Club 'FO '52, Bios '50, Speech '52,
"Let thy words be few."
St. Mary's, Kickapoo: Honor Roll fir.
"He is a little chimney and heated hot
in a moment."
St. Mary's: Clubs: Glee Club '50g Span-
ish '51g Clothing '51g G.A.A. '49, '51, '52.
"Virtue is bold, and goodness never
St. Philomemfsg Compact Staff '52,
Sllfubsz Biology '52: French '51, '52, G,A.A. --How sparkling can You be?"
"With black locks combed with ele-
NELSON, RICHARD NIBBELIN, GERALD
St Bernard's: Honor Roll 16:3 Intra- Stl PL'10V'SS HOHOI' R011 f7+: Glee Club
mural Basketball '49, '50, '51, '52, A513 CIHSS Pf6SiCl0nt '513 Bowling 50. '51,
'52: Intramural Basketball '49, '50, '31,
"VVel1 timed silenve hath more elo-
quence than speech."
'52: National Honor Society '52,
"Tradition wears a snowy beard, ro-
mance is always young."
OBER, HERMAN O'NEIL, MARY COLLEEN
gt phjlomunaisz Institute Staff 51: St, BlZlI'k'SQ Clubs: Biology '503 Span-
Summa Staff: Glee Club '51, '52, iSh '51: Glee Club '50, G.A.A. '49, '50,
Mum Wen nf Wit is truth itseu-'H "Happy as the daisies that dance on
St, Berna1'd's: Football '51: Intra-
mural Basketball '49, '30, '51, '5...
"Toil is the true man's pastime,"
St, Bc-rnard's: Clubs: Biology '51
French '51: G.A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52,
"Courage and gaiety fill her quie
"Good to the lust drop"
St. Bernard'sg Clubs: Biology '52
Speech '51g G.A.A. '5O.
"A sweet maid both good and clever."
POTTER, MARY ANN
St. Monir-a's3 Active Sodality '5Z2g Clubs:
Biology '50g Spanish '51, '52.
"She who tells you plainly what is
St. Bernard's: Honor Roll C213 Clubs:
Biology '50: French '51,
"The quiet mind is richer than a
St. iXIZlI'k'SQ Honor Roll tlig Compact
Staff 'Elly Red Cross Pres. '52, Good
Counsel '50, Clubs: Biology '50, Spanish
'51, '52, Glee Club '51, G.A.A. '49.
"A still small voice of gratitude."
St. Bernard's: Lancaster Catholic High
School, Lancaster, Pennsylvania '49, '50,
'31, Glec Club '52,
"Few things are impossible to diligence
St. Mark's: Honor Roll KSH: Intramural
Basketball '49, '50, '51, '52, lnstitute
Staff '51g Secretary '51,
"What a strange thing is man!"
St. Ti1omas': Honor Roll 0153 Football
'51, '52, Intramural Basketball '49, '50,
"For too much rest itself becomes a
RAHN, DONNA RAMP, BARBARA MMM' GEORGE C
St. Patric'k's: Honor Roll KTM Glee
. 'f' H ' R11 123 ilu: HB ' "1 lla: ' LA. , , - , , .
Clighirzjqggtc S Umm O P C U JS vqgt S C U is Bmlogy C A Club '01, 'o2: Science Club 211: National
' ' ' ' ' ll ' '?1, 'T2g l .'t't t St ff
"Nothing is impossible to u willing "Her heart is warm with the friends y51in0?524S0cle1y j ,J ns l u e a
heart." she makes." ' '
"Hope travels through, nur quits us
when we die."
,SL DIIHFKS: ,Clubs Biology '591 Slzffeffl St' Phil"mena'55 Summa Staff ,523 SO' St. Marv's Canton' Honor Roll IRL
52: Spanish E115 G.A,A. '49, '51, '::2. dality Rep. '49: Active Sodality '51, '52g MA l.V.' d . 'b tt th I d d
"He: eve-yy grin so merry," Good Counsel '50g Red Cross Officer 'T-U5 lion L I mg Og IS e er an A ea
Clubs: Biology '50: Ions '52,
"OI surpassing beauty and in the
blmnm of youth."
5' g X
St. Mary's: Honor Roll i213 Intra-
mural Basketball '49, '50, '51, '52.
"VVe must eat to live and live to eat." --Throat Hot?"
. . , ,, , St. Thomas? Compact Staff '52: Good
John S' Clubs' B10l0g5 31' Speech Counsel '50, Mission Rep. '49: Glee Club
... W., .3 ,3 . Y- . , rh .51
"Her soul is with the saints."
.1, 12, Operetta 01, Spams . ,
"Good, sweet, and clever."
St. Boniface, Football '51, '52, Intra-
mural Basketball '50, '51, '52
"A fair exterior is a silent recommen-
St. Philomena's, Intramural Basketball
'49, '50, '51, '52,
"A youth of frolics, an old age of
"Soft as silk"
St. Cecilia's: Honor Roll f3l Mission
Secretary '51, Student Council Rep., Sec-
retary '50, Senior Class Vice-Pres. '52,
Glee Club '51, '52, Operetta '51, Ions
'50, French '51, '52, G.A.A. '49, '50, '52.
"And so she sings her fill."
"Can we have too muvh of a good
St. Philomena's, Honor Roll tllg Insti-
tute Staff '51, Summa Staff, Art Club
"Always tell the truth then you have
nothing to remember."
St. Thomas'3 Red Cross Rep. '49, Glee
Club '50g Biology '52s Speech '51: Art
'51, '52: G.A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52,
"Simplicity of character."
SCHWARTZ. MARY ANN
St. Mar'k's3 Glee Club '50: Biology '50,
"Earth sounds her wisdom, high heaven
SHIELDS. MARY KAYE
St. J0seph's, Peking Clubs: Biology '50,
Ions '52: Speech '51,
"Full of sweet dreams, health and
"D::cxm girl, dream girl"
St. Boniface's3 Honor Roll fling Compact
Staff '50g Clubs: Art '49, Biology '51,
G.A.A. '49, '50, '51.
"Her speech: music of angels."
' i M459
St. Philomcnafsg Clubs: Biology '52.
"To be honest, to be kind. has forti-
tude and delicacy."
"The mildest manners with the brav-
SMITH, MARY ANNE
St. Cecilia's5 Mission Rep. '51, '52,
Active Sodality '52, Glee Club '50, ' 3
Opcretta '50, Biology '50, Speech '52,
"Modest and frail as a lily."
"Everybody's doing it"
St. Patr'ick's: Clubs: Biology '52, Speech
'51: G.A.A. '49.
"She is not difficult to please."
St. Bernard's: Honor Roll f6Jg Foot-
hall '51, '52, Basketball '51, Baseball
'-19. '50, '31, '52, National Honor Society
'51, '522 Class President '52,
"As if the world and he were hand
St. Philomena's: Honor Roll C537 Intra-
mural Basketball '50. '51, '52, Bowling
'52, Science Cluh '51.
"He has nothing and yet possesses all
St. Thomas: Honor Roll 1213 Summa
Staff: Quill and Scroll '52.
"He is ever precise in promise keeping."
STEPHENS. MURIEL STUMBORG, MICHAEL SULLIVAN. JOHN
St. Thomas'g Honor Roll ill: Clubs: St, Bernard'sg Honor Roll 117. Si. Clemcnfs. Dunlap? 1f1tFaml1I'Iil Bas-
Biolugy '52: Ari '491 G-A-A '52- "None but himself can be his parallel." ketbau '51' '52 Glee Club '51-
"Pel'fect simplicity is unconsciously "NU lf-'EHCY is S0 1'iCh 35 h01'!0StY-"
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TAYLOR, ANNA MARIE
Qt Iose h's Mission Vice Pres 52:
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Student Council Rep. '51: Glee Club '52
Biology '523 G.A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52.
"The world belongs to the enthusiast."
St. Bernard'sg Honor Roll flkli Intra-
mural Baskethall '51, '52.
"Thought alone is eternal."
St. Jnhn's: Clubs: Spanish '50: Art '49.
"The beauty of woman is in her hair.'
I .,.1 , ,l.
St. Mark's3 Honor Roll ffiw: Intramural
Basketball '49, '50, '51, '51
"The Frenchman' s friend. "
St. Mark's1 Honor Roll 131: Red Cross
Rep, V193 Sodality Rep. '5O: Mission
Treasurer '51: Mission Pres. '52g Attend-
ant to Prom Queen '51: Active Sodality
'52: Clubs: Biology '50: Ions '521 French
252: Good Counsel '50g G.A.A. '49.
HA. rhapsody of words."
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St. CeCiliu's: Intramural Basketball
'49, '50, '51, '52p Bowling '51.
"llc -"ho persevures until the end :shall
St. Philomena's: Honor Roll f2v: Red
Cross Pres. '51: Active Sodality '51, '52:
G'ee Club '5O3 French 52: Good Counsel
"In her tongue is the law of kindness."
"Not a second to 1ose"
"A Treat instead of .
VOGEL, MARY IEAN
St. Thomas': Honor Roll f2hg Mission
Rep. '49: Clubs: Speech '51, Library '49,
'50: Library Vice-Pres. '51,
'Arguments out of a pretty mouth are
'503 Speech '52.
"Patience possesses her soul."
St. Philomena's3 Glee Club '50,
St. Cecilizrsg Compact Staff '52: Stu-
dent Council Rep. '49g Mission Rep. '50,
Sodality Rep. '51, '52g Active Sodality
'51, '52g Good Counsel '5Og Glee Club '50,
'51, Operetta '51g Biology '50, Spanish
'51, '52g G.A.A. '49,
"Winter wears on her smiling face U.
dream of spring."
WEERSI DIANE WHALEN. IOHN R.
St Cecmaw G1 C1 b -1 O Lt St. Patrick's: Orchestra '49, 250.
- .2 ee 11 'rm 3 pere a .. , 4 ,
,515 French ,my ,521 GAA. 50. devgis Stgugh-tough is J. R., tough and
"Her little voice, so soft and kind,"
t . . . A Treatment."
WHALENI MARY KAY WHELAN, MARILYN WILL, THERESA
St Bemardis. Compact Staff -51. Ac- St. Bernard's: Compact Staff '51: Clubs: Qt. Patr'ick'sg Clubs: Biology '50: Ions
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tive Sodality '52q Clubs: Biology '50g Bmlggy 49' Spamsh 01' 52- U-
French '52: Spanish '51. "Ah! you flavor everything: you are "He: silence gives consent."
.met her be: She is happy... ihg vanilla of society."
WILLIAMS, GERALD - WILLIAMS, IHCQUELINE
St. PatI'iCk'S1 Honor Roll f6P3 Intramural SL, B9rnard'5g Sodality Rep. '49g Clubs:
Basketball '49, '50, '51, '52, Speech '51g Library '49, '50, '51: G.A.A.
"For we that live to please must '50-
Please 10 live-H "The breath of life."
St. Monica'sg Orchestra '49, '5O.
"A good name is rather to be chosen
than great riches."
"Say it again"
St. John'sg Roosevelt Junior High '49
Student Council Vice-Pres. '52: Clubs
Biology '51g Library '52, G.A.A. '51,
"Her humor bubbles like a fountain."
St. Juhn'sg Honor Roll i413 Baseball '51,
'52g Intramural Basketball '50, '52.
"No one smarts so little as a fool."
St. Bernard'sg Honor Roll 473, Golf '51
'52, Science Club '51: Summa Staff: In:
stitute Staff '51, '52: Intramural Basket-
ball '49, '50, '51, Quill and Scroll '52
Glee Club '51, '52,
"Who well lives, long lives."
Iunior Class Officers
Seated: James Farrelley, James Cusack, president.
Standing: Jehn Slevin, Anthony Bushell,
Left to right: Jane Hanley, Margie Schiink, President Florence Schurtz, Pat Shea
Iunior Honor Students
First Row: John Slcvin, Ht-nry D6-rsch, Arthur Johnson, Earl Keshncr.
Second Row: Donald Finnz-gan, Jcmrs Cusack, Joseph Anderson, Davicl Bullock.
First row, lvft to right: Lucille Gardnffr, Patricia McDonald. Mauwcn Manning
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Which are the ancient Christian
symbols for the name of Christ'-V
and secondly of the Greek letter
M-the age-old symbol for thc-
name of Mary, Mother of God.
Joined in the combination, they
express perfectly the Sodality ob-
jective, summed up in its motto
Ad Iesum per Mariam
"To Iiesus Through Mary."
The Queen's Teens
Sodality Union Day was conducted this year on November 18, by
Rev. T. Shinners, S.J., for 250 Sodalists of the Peoria diocese.
Peggy Ireland and Susan Ward check the overflowing baskets prepared by the
students for needy families at Christmas time.
These officers and representatives carry the Sodality message to their homerooms.
Bottom row: M. F. Hunt. secretaryg M. Marie, prefectg P. Hurst, vice pre
fectg C. J. Thill, treasurerg M. Manning.
Second row: C. Hoerdemann, P. Heyd, V. Phillips, B. Peplow, B, Buckley, J. Best.
Top row: S. Ward, E. A'Hearn, D. Hurst, N. Spainhower. N. Van Bruwaene.
Missing: S. Murray and L. Berry.
At their meetings each Wednesday these Active Socialists discuss ways and mean
to make their lives more Mary-like.
Oi The Year
Dec. 5, 6, 7
Rev. Joseph T. Shinners, S.J., re-
treat master, admires the Advent
Wreath pointed out by Sister Pla-
cide, Peggy Hurst, vice-prefect,
and Mary Marie, prefect of the
The entire student body listens to one of the many interesting conferences given
by Father Shinners during the retreat.
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Marina Bassett, Susan Ward and Gayle Nelson.
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Vogel, and J, Walloch observe the
behavior of their younger sisters
and brothers as N. Vachon con-
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Peplow and M. Best are M. Hop-
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P. Haley fclockwiseb.
Using the new bioscope
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Vogel, C. DeCremer, J. Best
and N. McQuellon, members
of the biology class.
Ch:-mists F. Karpowicz, J.
Grimm, V. Coogan, B. J. Ten-
nant, F. Schurtz, R. Alig, P.
Crilly. F. Farrahvr. S. Hess-
ling, T. Will, I.. Vachon, M.
K. Shields, R. A, Rogcrs, S.
Murray. and M. A. Kelly are
seen during a lab period.
Thesv girls, R. Smith.
R. Ksycki, and B. Kemp
generously give their
study time to operatf'
tho movir- projector.
4Left sidoh P. Long, A. Bride, D. Gollner, M. Tippett and S. Hoffman, fright sidvb
P. Masters, P. Corletl, F. FZ11'1'E1hQl', C. Alig, J. McCIuhan, and J. Rogan inspect tho
magazine rack during Catholic Pri-ss Month.
Le Cercle Francais
Listening to rvcords of French convvrsation are thvsw members of the French
uh: E. Mcfye-i', A. Cleary, S. Konvalinka, O. Axmato, NI. K. Whalen, N. Vachon, M.
Bassntt, D. Vv'l-.-rs, M. Bivnkw, I.. Vachun, P, Hurst, and B. Santo.
St. Rosl- of Lima has he-wn chusvn as patron--ss of thi- Spanish I Cluh which in-
Clurlvs J. Mecham, J. Schultz, C. McGrath, J. Metz, J. Snvdden, R. Alig, D. lmiiivvzi. J.
Xngwl, H. Glvason, P. Ireland, P. Cupi, I. Gillnvr, and M. Blgiserihviiner.
Mcnibcflrs of the 1:30 typing class strive for speed and accuracy in transcribing their shorthand notes
Quo Vadis Club
Proving their belief in that maxim "All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl" arc
thcsc Latin lll students: C. Westlake. M. F. Hunt, F. Farraher, M. A. Powers, S. Fccriey,
M. K. Malone. M. J. Stickling, C. Scully tuppcr leftl, and M. Schlink tuppcr rightl.
Putting tho finishing touchcs on papivi'-macho animals which they made for the
childr0n's ward at St. Francis Hospital ant several nwmhf-rs of thv art club: Presirlfsnt
M. Bieclvrbe-ck, D. Nelson, J. Heinz, A. Again, and C. Knox.
Invt-stigating the niysterivs of the light-control pant-l are thvse officvrs of thw
spew-ch cluh: M. A. Smith. D. Vititow, J. Bwrningffr, and presirlvnt, P. Shea,
Rice af Stamps --are More Stamps
The Mission Officers: Peggy Ireland. secretaryg Leonce Vachon. presidentg Anna
Marie Taylor. vice presidentg and Mary Kay Malone, treasurer. demonstrate how can-
celled stamps mean rice to the missionaries in faraway lands.
Energetic members of the stamp committee arf.-1 Seated- P. Heyd. N. Flanigon. P
B4-rg. J. Cobettu. B. Weisenberger. N. Zarones, T. Coughlin.
Standing M. Fagan. A. Graham. P. Perkins, M. Bartolomucci. M. Cramer. R. Wall-
vnfang. R. Doheny. R. Bartholomew, J. Barnard, M. Davis, D. Konvalinka. and J
The motto of the C.S.M.C., "You shall know the truth." was exemplified during
Catholic Press Month by these Mission representatives.
Bottom Row: M. A. Smith, C. Mahoney, R. Streitmiller, and L. Joseph.
Second Row: L. Gardner, M. J. Corey, B. Westberger, W. Heinz. M. Best and C.
Top Row: S. Brady. J. Best. K. Kramer. and R. Sell.
"Betty Carries The Shield"
During Catholic Press Month Senior C presented a short skit showing the value of
the Shield. the official C.S.M.C. magazine. Participants were tback row! M. Whelan,
M. K. Whalen, M. Peterson, P. Sanderson, N. Vachon, S. Ritchell, ton the floor? J.
Powell, R. A. Rogers, S. Pegg. S. Ward, and B. Santo.
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National Honor Society
Membership in the National Honor Society is based on character, scholarship, leadership, and service. This
honor was conferred by the faculty upon the following students:
Top row: Martha Bassett, Marianne Schwerer.
Middle row: Janet, Berninger, Nancy Vachon, Norma Barrett, Teresa Molitor. Mary Hurst. Mary Jo Metz, Betty
Santo, Virginia Coogan.
Bottom Row: Mary Marie. Eileen Meywr. Marty Biedt-rheck, Mary Ann Kelly. Sue Brady, Joann Heinz, Leonce
Their exemplary conduct, friendly attitude, and co-operative spirit won for tht-se studnts the title of Courtesy
Top row: Carole Knox. Rosemary Orth, Pat Corlett, Mary Joyce Hagemann, Joanne Angel. lrene Kornarjanski.
Bottom row: Donna Nelson, Wilma Zahorae, Marilyn Cole, Mary Frances Hunt, Betty Jean Tennant, Joann
Cobt-tto, Mary Walsh.
One of the highest honors which can be conferred on any Senior is that of being chosen to reign as Ma
Queen. Mary Marie has proven to her classmates that she possesses the characteristics of a true child of Mary
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Folluwing gt wurtesy campaign cunductvfi by the Student Count-il. '1'vresu Mulitm' was mmwd Courte-
Qn. Ilvr t'1'ivr1dy and i'UL1I'lk'tJL1S manner well XN'Hl'I'2U'ltS he,-1' this title.
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by Barbara Conley, Maid of Honor Mary Kay Malone, Ameline Rashid, and
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These officers of the Academy Guild served at the Silver Tea, Entertainment was provided by members
January 29: Mrs. H. A. Giltner, sec'yg Mrs. E. F. Best, treas.g Mrs. R. of each class. Shown above are seniors R.
Sommer, program chairmang Mrs. T. A. Schlink, pres., and Mrs. W. Hoerdeman, P. Hurst, A. Cleary, and M. Hurst.
W. Bassett, vice-pres.
Red Cross reprc-sm-nlativc-s arc: J, Powell. G. Boylan E. Sipple. J. Barnard, M. Gih
buns, P. Long, S. Vachon. M. Flue-gel. J. Bringe-r. and C. Hl0Ul'fl6'DlElI'l.
Sup:-rvising the labeling of hotllm-s which will latvr be fills-d with blood arv Marilyn
Fluvgel. Elizabvlh Sipple. and Sul- Schlvhuber, who generously givv their time as vul-
unhfer workers at thc- Peoria Blood Ccntvr.
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Top Row: M. Leary, C. Knox, E. Huchtons, E. Mann, P. Berry, H. Lowe, R. Cook, J. Downing, J. Murray, B. Evans,
Fourth Row: J. Hurst, J. Bringer, P. Vicary, S. Huston, B. Rothan. C. J. Thill, S. O'Donnel1, A. Rashid. R. Truitt, M. E.
Third Row: E. Buysse, J. Berninger, R. Pfister, B. Santo, J. Heinz, C. Hagemann, J. Mecharn, M. Stephens, B. Marine,
Second Row: C. Mahoney, P. Tomlin, V. Phillips, E. A'Hearn, E. Mauser, Albrecht, C. Maggio, R. Delinski.
Bottom Row: E. Meyer, G. Boyle, M. Lyle, M. C. Costello, J. Petty, A. M. Taylor, N. Meyer, P. Ireland, R. Streitmilier,
The Academy Glee Club, under the direction of Sister Anne Loy-
ola, opened its musical year with a St. Cecilia's Day program No-
"The Story of Christmas," a Cantata by H. A. Matthews, was pre-
sented December 19.
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Koehler, P. Shea, M. Meisenheimer, R Kelly, Van Bruwaene, P. MCDO
J. Barber, C. Westlake, J. Claspell, E. Eaton, E. Bianchi, A. McKenzie.
Gardner, M. Cole, S. Hessling. P. Keenan, J. Metz, K. O'Connell.
Marini, E. Pilon, L. Espinoza, C. Hoerdeman.
In April, the girls participated in the Diocesan Music Festival
held in Ottawa.
The Victor Herbert operetta, "Sweethearts," presented April 27.
29, and 30, was received with great enthusiasm and climaxed a
highly successful year.
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Trip down Chfiapoakf Bax The group xx lx fhap. mnffi hx Sistm' CxPl'21I'd Jusvph.
Sxsler Mary Hurtensld and Mxs R
Despite stiff opposition this sen-
ior team remained undefeated
throughout the entire intramural
Standing: Teresa Molitor, Marian
Menke, Barbara Hanamean, and
Kneeling: Eileen A'Hearn, Captain
Betty Santo, and Anna Marie Tay-
Top bowler of the year was Rita
Alig with an 154-point average for
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hvre dvmrinstrflles hm' ability
Limhwring up during
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Back Row: N. Barrvlf,
J. Be-rninger. J. Ang:-I
M. J. Mvtz.
Middli- Row: J. Han-
lwy. N. Vain Bruwainf-
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The purpose of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholar-
ship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to en-
courage the development of character in students. On the basis of the above stand-
ards the following were elected to the Spalding Chapter of the National Honor Society.
First row: Gerald Spaeth, George Remm, Edward Ferre, Gary Bullock.
Second row: Lawrence Tadie. James Farrelley, Harold Alwan, Robert Denton, John Slevin.
Third row: Donald Finnegan, David Bullock, Michael McAlister, James Cusack, Gerald Nibbelin
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"All the Spalding News Fit to Print."
An Official nvwspupvr publish lfl eight Linn-s a your hy, and in tha- iiileiwsis of.
this stud:-nts of Spalding Instituto, Pwnria, Illinois.
First Row: Don Finni-gan. Jvrry Murphy, Gary Bullock, Gem-gfg R+,-mm.
Svcond Row: Joe Franzgrolv.Je1'ryl1Villiams. Mikv MCAlister, Ed Fv1'rv, Harold Alwan.
Reporters Business Staii
First Row: Ray Mayhanlcs, J,'l'l'Y McConnell, Dim First row: Erl Rusciulvlli. Ari Johnson, Hzirry llvyl
Amlefsfm- Svconrl Huw: l.ilI'1'j."i'ildlP, John Nzlhas.
Sclcund Row: Marty Naui-r. Dun Stvnslrom, DUN
Jacobs, Jmfl Yvrhy.
C. Franzgrote, E. Murphy, J. Franzgrote, B. Harding, J. Tedford, D. Powers, B. Poppen, F. Cicciarelli.
Mary Hurst, Rosie Hoerdemann, Diane Weers, Suzy Konvalinka,
One of the most resourceful organizations at
Spalding was the Science Club. directed by
Father Ioseph Tremonti. C.S.V. With material
collected from many sources, members contribut-
ed much to school spirit and prestige with their
For Homecomng they contributed a huge.
amusing float containing over 15.000 paper nap-
Their next project was a Christmas Creche.
which ma'erialized as one of the most tasteful
and realistic cribs ever seen in the city.
The highly successful Glee Club St. Patrick's
Day concert owed a good measure of its success
to the large, sturdy stage constructed by the
Science Club members.
The achievements of the organization under
Father Tremonti are a good example of that
co-operation between students and faculty where
many things of lasting value can be accom-
Spalding Glee Club
Front row--left to right: J. Mecham, L. Jibben, J. Willard, R. Stauffer, J. Huber. H. Woulfe, R. Becker, M. Rellihan.
Second row: P. Coogan, T. Mounts, L. Baumann, J. Haddigan, W. Harrman, E. Winchester, G. Soldoti, Rev. Maurice
Third row: R. Fairfield, A. Johnson. H. Heyl, D. Biederbeck. J. Hageman, R. Heinz, R. Doyle, H. Dersch.
Fourth row: G. Remm, R. Delaney, J. Yerby, D. Perkins, L. Tadie, H. Leuallen. D. Vachon.
Fifth row: R. Dentino, C. He-yd, J. Lafeber, T. Ringness, J. Nahas, C. Szentes, D. Fairfield.
Sixth row: H. Ober, G. Bullock, D. Erwin, M. McAlister, D. Bullock, L. Devlin, R. Hammond.
The Spalding Glee Club, directed by Father Maurice Dailey, C.S.V., had a very
successful season. Organized two years ago in 1950 by Father Dailey. the Glee Club
rapidly improved, reaching new heights in 1952. Of the twelve concerts of the 1951-1952
season, the most outstanding were the Homecoming, Christmas, and Saint Patrick's Day
presentations. Some idea of the Glee Club's excellence may be gained from the fact,
that the Saint Patrick's Day concert drew an unprecedented crowd of over 600 persons.
With the proceeds Father Dailey was able to purchase new choir gowns and stoles for
the Glee Club.
The Homecoming program featured many nostalgic songs of bygone days, inter-
woven with some modern selections. Equally well-balanced was the Christmas concert.
providing all the beloved hymns and carols.
Besides the numerous presentations in Peoria, the Glee Club also sang in Chilli-
cothe, Penfield, and Washington, all in Illinois. The season was climaxed with the trip
to Ottawa for the Annual Diocesan Music Festival.
Quill and Scroll
INTERNATIONAL HONORARY SOCIETY FOR HIGH SCHOOL IOURNALISTS
First Row: Jerry McConnell, Gary Bullock, Jack Mecham, Joel Yerby.
Second Row: Don Stenstroni, Art Johnson, Jerry Murphy, Harry Heyl.
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First Row: Marty Nauer, Dick Cain, Tom Maushard, Tom Barbier.
Second Row: Jerry Nibbelin, Don Grawey, Dick Malone, Lou Larson.
Third Row: Jack Dickerson, Bill Harding. Jim Speck, Don AHfl4'l'S4JH.
The most outstanding religious event of the school year was the Annual Student
Retreat, held January 23 through 25.
Shown above during one of his conferences is the Retreat Master, Father Charles
Riedel, C.S.V., who applied his many years of experience in the armed forces chaplain
corps to present-day student problems.
The scope of religious activities was this year enlarged by Father Lawrence White,
C.S.V., Spalding Director of Religious Activities. The daily Sacrifice of the Mass was
assigned to specific classes:
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Confessions, besides being heard by all the priests before each First Friday, were
. Before school each morning.
. During both lunch periods.
. . . . After school each day.
Every day a student group said the Rosary in the chapel for Peace: perhaps they
would rather carry a rosary than a gun.
New statues of Saint Viator, the Sacred Heart. and the Blessed Virgin were added.
Before the latter the Junior Class kept fresh roses as a special tribute. Pe-ws and kneelers
became a permanent part in the life of the average Spalding student.
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FiPSl FOWZ Terry Abel fSergeant-at-Armsb. Second row: Burt Entrican, 'Vice-Pres.b Don Goddard,
Joseph, tPres.J Third row: Eugene LaHood, Maurice Joseph, Gerald Malloy, Phil Kronenberg. Fourth
Dick Heinz, Bob Peters, Ted Otto, Jim Herbstrith. Fifth row: Carl Szentes, Norbert Meissner.
row: Dick Dentino,
First Row: Henry Evrsch, Bob Murrin, Rod Hartnett, Tim Hr-nning. TQ-rry Abel.
Second Row: Joe- Dolan, Charlie Hcyd. Bob Rr-ndvr, Gary Bullock, Larry Devlin.
Third Row: Jerry McConnell. Davw Bullock. Miko BELT, John Jackman. Msgr. Pe-ters.
Missing: Dick Buur, Dun Finnegan, Phil Coogan, Francis Ohlemlllvr. in
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First row: B. Gilles lbaseballi, J. Slevin ffootballb, A.Bushell tfootballk, J. Mecham Cgolfj, O. Turner Cfootballi.
Second row: A. Zerbonia fbaseballb, C. Biggins ffootballb D. Uranich ffootballb, J. Dolan fbasketball, golfb, R. May-
banks fbasketballb, D. Hartnett ffootballl.
Third row: T. Little tgolfb, J. Mirande lbaseball, iootballb, basketba1li,E, Murphy ffootballb, C. Franzgrote ffoot-
ballb, B. Bertolero fbasketballb.
Fourth row: D. Walz Cbasketball, footballh, D. Cushing ffootbally, D. Powers ffootballb, B. Denton fgolfb, R. Beh-
Fifth IOWZ J- Heid ff0O'Eb211l7, J- Yefby Cgolfl, J. Lafeber mfootballb, C, Heyd bfootballl, D. Orth Ifootball, baseballh,
B. Schaiper Cfootballb, C. Donohue Cbasketballb.
Sixth row: J. Gasper Cfootballl, J. Long Cfootballi, M. McAlister ffoothallb, T. Ringness ffoothalli, J. Cusack Kfoot-
ball, basketball, baseballb, J. Spaeth ffootball basketball, bageballl,
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SPALDING 7-MATTOON 6
Playing their first game under Coach Iack Errion. Spalding
heat a good Mattoon team 7-6.
Sophomore Iim Heid's eleven y-ard skirt around right end,
early in the second quarter, gave the Irish their only touch-
down. Spaeth's conversion was perfect and the Irish led at
Spa1ding's opening backfield of Spaeth. Cusack, Franz-
grote and Murphy threatened early in the third canto but a
fumble ended the threat on the Green Wave 3.
Mattoon's only score came midway in the last period
when a Mattoon guard recovered Cusack's fumble in the end
zone. The aggressive Irish line-blocked the kick and the game
ended with the Irish winning 7-6.
I-'rom the opening win at Mattoon to the closing defeat to
Peoria Woodruff, the 1951 edition of the Spalding Irish fought
every inch of the way.
Some 63 prospective gridders showed up for their first
lesson from head coach lack Errion and new assistant Ed
Uranich with 12 lettermen among them. Uranich had seven
veterans to work with in the forward wall while Coach
Errion had five left over for hackfield duty. With a well-
conditioned team the '51 Irish took the field at Mattoon and
showed the fans that they were the "Fighting Irish" with a
7-6 victory. But with underclassmen leading the way. the
inexperienced Spalding crew lost many a close game.
Still what the Irish lacked in skill they made up in
enthusiasm. They lost close games to such fine teams as
Schlarman of Danville, Manual, Central, St. Bede's and
Even though they lost eight games the Irish never gave
up and they finished up strong with a win over Allernan
and a heart-breaking defeat to highly touted Woodruff.
One bright light during the dark season was the ability
showed by the underclassmen. Great things are expected in
the near future from these boys. Iuniors Charlie Heyd and
Iim Cusack were chosen most valuable lineman and back
respectively, while Carl Franzgrote. a student on defense. was
named honorary captain by the players.
SPALDING 13-SCHLARMAN 27
The vaunted Irish defense lapsed enough to let Dick l-Iend
ricks score three touchdowns and pass for the other as he
led Schlarman to a Z7-13 victory.
A six yard plunge by Iim Cusack and a 35 yard pass from
Ierry Spaeth to end Dick Orth gave Spalding a 13 13 tie at
halftime, but Hendricks provided the winning punch early in
the fourth quarter.
Numerous fumbles and untimely penalties hindered the
Spalding attack and kept the Irish between the 30 yard lines
for most of the second half.
Spaeth, Orth and Iim Cusack stood out on offense for
Spalding while the whole team played well on defense except
for a few costly mistakes.
SPALDING 6-EAST PEORIA 28
Spalding saw their dreams of victory go down the drain as
East Peoria's Red Raiders started like lightning and before
the Irish could run for cover the Raiders were leading 21-D. Iim
Cusack's one-yard plunge made it 21-6 at the half.
The second half showed little more luck for the Irish as
the mud bogged down both offensive attacks. A short pass
to Raider, Terry Olmstead, gave East Peoria its last tally and
the final score stood at 28-6 in favor of East Peoria. Even in
defeat, the Irish showed promise of things to come as sopho-
mores. Ollie Turner and Iohn Hanley gave fine performances.
SPALDING 0-CENTRAL 7
With a near capacity crowd at Peoria Stadium. the Irish
went out to tame the Central Lions but they forgot to reckon
with substitute halfback Dick Harrison who scored on an
eight yard plunge to give the Lions their third straight win
and the Irish their third straight loss.
The game was played between the 30-yard stripes with
the exception of Central's score, and Spalding's lone threat in
the fourth quarter which ended with a fourth down pass in-
completion on the Central nine-yard line.
The Irish were "up" for this one holding the Lion's to
only 68 yards rushing but again inexperience and a few costly
penalties meant defeat.
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Ioliet Catholic played keep-away with Spalding's pass de-
fense: when it was all over Ioliet had scored six times on
four long passes and two long runs.
Quarterback Tom Russell completed 10 of 13 passes for
three touchdowns and substitute Roger Bertonia added insult
to injury in the waning seconds with a 48-yard flip to end
Ioliet's scoring. Meanwhile the Irish scored only once when
Ierry Spaeth threw a strike to Dick Orth in the end zone from
l8 yards out.
Murphy and Cusack led Spalding's somewhat sluggish of-
fensive punch with 1l0 of Spalding's 140 yards on the ground.
One of the high-lights of the game was the superb punting
of Tony Bushell. One boot carried 76 yards and rolled to a
stop on the opponent's 2-inch line.
SPALDING 0-MANUAL 12
Still licking their wounds. the Irish went into the fray
with the strong Manual Rams as the decided underdog.
After Woosley and Lowder scored on short runs in the
first half, the Fighting Irish lived up to their name in the
second half by outplaying Manual's undefeated eleven.
Spalding had two fine scoring chances during the last
quarter but Iim Heid was stopped short of a first down on
Manual's three early in the third canto and with little more
than a minute left in the game. the Irish found themselves
on the Ram's six-yard line but Ioe Mirande's pass. intended
for Dick Walz, fell short of the mark and Manual played out
the clock for the hard-earned victory.
lt was a bitter defeat for the Errion crew that played
well enough to win. Praise went to all ot the Irish.
L, SMITH O. TURNER
J. MIRANDE T. BUSHELL
SPALDING U-ST. BEDE'S 12
Before a huge homecoming throng. the Irish lost to St.
Bede's. 12-0. Led by All-Staters. Iim Finnegan and Bob Philetic.
the Bedeans rolled to two quick touchdowns in the first quarter.
The remainder of the game was played on even terms,
Spalding getting inside the opponents 20-yard line only once.
as their heavier line proved too much for our lighter linemen.
Even though we lost, the Irish showed their fans a tight-
ing spirit that could not be equaled.
The homecoming queen was crowned at the halftime cere-
monies. and after the game a light lunch was held tor the
SPALDING 6-PEKIN 39
The powerful Pekin Chinks were held to one touchdown
during the first halt but our smaller line couldn't cope with
the boys from the Celestial City during a third quarter in
which they scored tour times.
The only Irish score came in the last minute when Ioe
Mirande pitched to end Dick Wal: in the end zone for the score.
Carl I-'ranzgrote stood out on defense. while Spalding could
muster little offensive power in receiving their seventh loss
of the season.
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SPALDING 13-ALLEMAN 12
With Fr. Syl predicting victory. an Alleman team from
'Rock lsland came to town expecting a set-up. To their chagrin
the Irish played their hearts out and it was easy to see that
an upset was in the making. The first quarter was played on
even terms and no one scored. Alleman surprised the Irish
with a quick score in the second canto when Plariz went
17 yards around right end for six points. The P. A. T. was
wide. and Alleman led G-0 at the half.
Spalding quickly went ahead in the third quarter through
the running of "Tank" Cusack. He finally scored from the
four. The extra-point by Spaeth was good and Spalding led
7-6. The fourth quarter was three minutes old when the score
was changed. Alleman changed it. The touchdown came on a
28-yard pass on a fourth down. The extra point again failed
but they led 12-7. This score still stood on the scoreboard with
two minutes left. Spaeth hit Orth with a pass on the Alleman
30 and the Irish were on their way. Cusack went to the 22 in
two tries and Turner made a first down on the 17. Spaeth
hit Walz for another first-down on the six and Mirandi came
in long enough to pitch to Cusack for the victory.
SPALDING 13-WOODHUFF 21
A group of determined boys took the field wearing the
"ole green and gold" for the Irish of Spalding. The Woodruff
Warriors were heavy favorites because of pre-game showings.
but the boys from Spalding showed that they must be reck-
oned with when they held the Warriors to no first downs in the
first quarter. The second quarter showed more offense but
neither team scored. Woodruff was held on the Irish l-foot
line as the half ended.
Woodruff started fast as the second half opened, scoring
on a 45-yard pass to end Dick Cowell in the end zone. After
our Irish were held on downs, Bushell kicked to the Warrior
5-yard line and Smith scampered 65 yards for the score. The
final quarter started with the score reading 14-0. It was with
seven minutes left in the game that Ierry Spaeth entered the
game. Two minutes later the Irish had scored on a pass 19.
Cusack. Woodruff came back with another touchdown-and
led 21-7. Superlative Spaeth then fired rx strike to Walz for
the final score of the season.
Spalding Frosh Football Squad
Front row: Sitting-T. Doyle, J. Houlihan.
D. Wilson, D. Erwin, D. Barber, J. Miller, R. Stauffer, A. Gienow, G. Coughlon.
Second row: T. Mounts, H. Nasser, F. Karpowicz, J. Lulay, S. Hernandez, G. Stella
Third row: H. Foster. R. Ruggles, G. Scotnicki, A. Ross, R. Espinoza, D. Armitage
Fourth row: B. Wick, D. Faulkner, D. Willard, A. Haege, R. Slyman, P. Couri, R
Daniels, J. Troy, D. Breymeyer, Coach Uranich.
Missing when picture was taken: L. Semlow, J. McLoughlin.
FROSH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1951
Spalding. 26: Chillicothe Sophs, 0. Spalding. 7: Woodruff Sophs, 20.
Spalding, 6: East Peoria Sophs, 6. Spalding, 7: Roosevelt, 26.
Spalding. 20: Central Frosh. 6. Spalding, U: Pekin Sophs, 45.
Spalding Frosh Basketball Schedule
Spalding. 38 Trewyn. 29. Spalding Chillicothe Sophs, 31.
Spalding 44 Woodruff, 26. Spalding. Central, 45.
Spalding 31: Central. 32. Spalding, Woodruff, 38.
Spalding 47: Roosevelt. 31. Spalding, East Peoria, 54.
Spalding, 57, Washington Sophs, 36. Spalding, Central. 37.
Spalding. 45, Trewyn. 30. Spalding Roosevelt, 32.
Left, to right4first. row: L. Lawless, J. McDonald, B. Donlan, J. Cashman, J. Heid, E. La-
Hood. B. Myers.
Second row: C. Powell, D. Wilson. F. Karpowicz, D. Semlow, J. McLaughlin, D. Ross,
J. Lulay, G. Coughlin.
Third row: J. Troy, P. Couri, G. Scotnicki, S. Hernandez, F. King, H. Nasser, B.
"A" DIVISION "B" DIVISION
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First row: D. Powers, E. Murphy, B. Poppen. First row: O. Turner, J. Lawrence, M. Smith
Second row: J. Sullivan, C. Franzgrote, J. Second row: T. Little, B. Harding, E. Mar-
Dempsey. kevitch, T. Ryan.
Spalding .. .
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. . 68
East St. Louis
, .. V56
. .. ,.59
Central . .
East St. Louis
Mason City .
Alleman .. .
Manual ,,,,,, ,,.,.
.. ....., . .. 48
. ,.,.. 44
. .. .54
Spalding started its 1951-52 season with a combi-
nation of tried and proven veterans like Jimmy
Cusack, Charlie Donahue, Joe Dolan, and Jerry
Spaeth. and a crew of eager underclassmen like .Toe
Mirande, Dick Walz, Ken Kocher and Jack Buckley.
With the veterans and the underclassmen com-
ing through, the Irish swept, to second place in the
highly-respected East St. Louis Holiday Tournament.
The starting line-up of Cusack, Donahue, Walz, Do-
lan and Mirande performed with enough early sea-
son class to gain state-wide recognition. They start-
ed fast with six straight wins until they were beat-
en by St. Ambrose of Iowa. They finally finished out
the season with a 14-ll record against the best
teams the state had to offer.
Spalding swept through the East Peoria Regional
until bowing to Woodruff by two points.
Jinimjv Cusack was the team's high scorer while
he and Donahue formed the best "one-two" com-
bination in the city.
All praise to the Irish of '52.
Spalding ........ . .... 58 Trinity ....... . ..... M32
Spalding.. .. U46 St. Ambrose .7S'
Spalding ...... . .... East Peoria ........65'
Spalding ....... ,....56 Corpus Christi . ..... ..... . ...58'
Spalding Trinity ...... .AB
Spalding ..... .. H42 Central ,..,... ..... . ...45'
Spalding .... , .... . ..
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Spalding ....., ,.................... ..... 7 4
Spalding ........ ......... 5 9
Woodmtt ..... .
Manual .,....... . .
East Peoria Regional 'tournament
Eureka ..................... ........
Won 14. Lost ll
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When the Spalding Irish took the field this season they had a
veteran ball club. They had lettermen at nearly every position. The
letter winners were: first baseman, Jim Cusack, second baseman,
Jack Donlong shortstop, Joe Mirandeg third sacker, Bernie Gillesg pitch-
er-outfielders, Jerry Spaeth and Bob Donlan and outer gardeners,
Dick Orth and Angelo Zerbonia. Of these lettermen, three are
seniors, four juniors, and one sophomore.
This marks the first time the Irish have been handled by coach
Jack Errion. Mr. Errion feels that he has a fair hitting and fielding
aggregation and if he gets some pitching support for Jerry Spaeth
that the ball club will go a long way.
The Irish had two regulars who hit better than .300. They were
Bob Donlan. who hit .313, and Jim Cusack, who led the city with
a powerful .453 batting average. These two, along with Gilles, who
hit .450 in the summer league, are counted on to carry the brunt
of the Irish attack.
Last season's averages are listed below:
IP W L So Bb R H
Jerry Spaeth ............ 38 4 2 40 8 4 21
Bob Donlan ........ 15241 1 0 22 11 13 13
Bob Fox .,.....,.............. 2 1 0 0
Bill Trompeter ........ 8 1 4 5
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March 31--Manual ....
April 3-Pekin .......
April 10-Pekin .,,.......... ....... H ere
April 15-East Peoria
April 18-Woodruff .
April 23fCentral .....
April 29-Manual .,..
May 24Princeville .
May 7fW0odruff ..
May 9-East Peoria
Dick Walz .,.,............
Olie Turner ........,..,
Chas. Heyd .,... ......
Dick Orth ..... ,,..,,
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1 0 1 0
1 0 1 0
1 0 1 0
I 0 1 0
64 15 29 5
17 1 5 0
22 4 6 0
33 4 9 2
40 9 10 2
52 13 11 2
41 9 6 0
13 3 1 0
First Row: Jack Mvcham. Bob Denton, Joel Yurby.
Second Row: Jim Tvdford, Toni Little. Jim Speck. Daw- Berry, Joe- Dolan.
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S10llnmiltrm:1tK11oxvilln-,I'wu'i:12,llli11-,is Plwm- 016
Night Service -Monday Through Friday
WESTERN COAL and FUEL COMPANY
Oil-Gas-Coal Air Conditioners
6,24 Main Strwi
I A D I L L A R
A D O L L A R
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A FAST SAVING SCHOLAR !
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fu know that fl 411-finite :ummnt
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SAVINGS NOW MEANS COLLEGE LATER
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"Westwzird Hof' was the cry. Today, newer, bigger frontiers have opened up . . .
east . . . west . . . north . . . south . . . everywhere! But human characteristics have not
changed: now, as then, the man with knowfhow, ambition and the willftofwork, wins!
True, geographic boundaries no longer identify a frontier. Yours may be in
medicine . . . industry . . . agriculture . . . research . . . a business of your own!
How can you recognize your frontiers? Take a tip from the pioneers. They saw
their frontier as a challenge to overcome obstacles . . . they knew that an honest
day's work brought them an honest day's return. They found that freedom . . .
happiness . . . peace . . . wealth . . . the right to be somebody, had to be earned . . .
and were well worth earning!
Choose a worthy frontier for your goal. Then, be willing to work as hard for it as
did your forefathers. On the other side of your frontier is success. Bon voyage!
CATERPILLAR TRACTOR GO., PEORIA, ILLINOIS
FIRST in FRESHNESS
THE CLASS OF 1952
Z0 Ycznrs in l'cu1'i1L I
1417 N Xl Sl
SPALDING COUNCIL No. 427
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
SPALDIN G and ACADEMY
Then Always a
L01 D R001 BEER
WARM WL! COMl:.
Fc Y At
3532 N, Madison' Peoria, Illinois
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Quality Groceries and Meats
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Your Geneva Kitchen
Il installed by Kitchen Specialists!
No need to wait for your beautiful new GENEVA Personalized
Kitchen . . .you can own it now. And it will be planned just
as you want it. Matching base and wall cabinets, in steel, with
chip-proof enamel finish. Unique "Spin-Shelf" corner cabinets...
handsome GENEVA Sink in lifetime Stainless Steel . . . large
roomy work surfaces. . . and many additional accessories to
save you time and steps. And you can buy it on convenient terms
to Ht your budget. Stop in and let'i talk it over-no obligation.
M c Q U E L L 0 N
PLUMBING, HEATING SL APPLIANCES
1437 South Jefferson Ave. Phone 4-5471 PCOTIFL 1lliH0iS
412 Fulton Street
Phone 6 6109
Gifts Pictures Picture Framing
EDWARD J WARD MD
907 Iehrnann Building
LU! AS HEINZ
Contractor - Builder
404 Rohmann 2
RAYS FLEANINf SERVICL INC'
Free Pickup and Dehvery
Remember It Pays to Send to Rays
.104 S Unlversxtv Peoria Illinois
SPRINI ER BURKLUND C0
full! N un Stieet
Notions Fountain Supplies
Earn a Preferred Return on Savings!
PI1 OPLLS FEDERAL SAVINGS
And Loan Association of Peoria
111 North Jefferson Avenue Phone 6-0811
"The Place for Savings"
"Best of Luck to the Irish"
Paint, Tools, and Cutlery BRADLEY SPORTS 8Z
h d 1907 CAMERA SHOP
2122 Main Street
Phones: 4-2479 or 4-0324
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1800 Knoxvillr- at McClure
Ph one 5-5221
Homf- of the
108 So, Uf1ivr'I'Sily
UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SHOP
"Choice of Smart Women"
Open Every Day-6:30 cx.m. to Midnite
PEORIA SPRING COMPANY
Complete Carry-out Service V
Qin Knoxville- Avenue-
T H E R E G I S T E R
Official Publication of the Diocese of Peoria
NORTH SIUE MOTORS
Hudson Sales and Service '
127115 North Adams Slrccl
Driver Training Instructions
HAUSAM'S BAKERY Sz
433 lffillllillll Struct l'vm'i11. Illinois
Complete Food Market
Meats-Bakery Department-Ice Cream
Selected Fruits and Vegetables
3111 South Adams 15-4428
Peoria, Illinois 3-+1429
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BEN FRANKLIN PRINT SHOP
For Over a Third of a Century
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228 South Madison Street
3307 N. Sheridan Road
Complete Dry Cleaning Service
J. E. WALSH 8z CO.
Plumbing and Heating Contractors
138 Rebecca Place
A FRIEND OF A. O. L.
REAL ESTATE -INSURANCE
1407 Main----Phone 3-4567
BERNARD E. HAGEMANN
BUCKLEY AND MURRAY
Aluminum Storm Sash
923 South 2nd Street
We Carry a Complete Line
Wearing Apparel for Campus
PEORIA DRY GOODS CO.
300 South Adams
I SPORT GOODS SPORT GOODS
On Adams Across from the Court House
I Dial 3-3745
Across from the Court House on Adams
SPORT GOODS SPORT GOODS
FINE GRIMM Banos.
Gr'mm,5 Famous Peoria's Leading Store for Everything to Eat Vegetables
U20 M aiu Street
Plifniv 3 3671
GREEN'S DRUG STORE
C. E. GREEN, R. Ph. E. I. DOYLE, R. Ph.
XVisC-nnsin K Kansas W Peoria, Illinois
CARRIGAN Sz YOUNG
Our Service Makes Us G1-ow
301 First Ave. Phone 3-5031
J ACK'S FOOD MARKET
Groceries and Meats
THE LENS 8z CAMERA SHOP
"Everything in Fine Photo Equipment"
114 So. Jefferson St. Peoria, Illinois
PEORIA NEWS STAND
Sill Main Firm-I
3 Bon POPPEN'S MARKET
McCLUHE and PROSPECT
1002 l,im'wln AVPINIG'
JOSEPH L. HECHT '34
Mus, li .XlQl. ll.Xl.IQY INSURANCE AGENCY
525 PPOSPPP1 ROM 805 cinnwnw-vial Nanfmal Bank Bldg.
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P. M. COOGHN
ST. HMBROSE COLLEGE
Congratulates the Spalding Class of 1952
Invites Your Consideration
When Choosing A College
Some of the many Spalding graduates now attending St. Ambrose are pictured
above as they relax be-tween classes in the lounge. Left to right, are Tom J. Tully, Spai-
ding '49, Washington, Ill., James A. DeCremer, '50, 107 Behrends, Peoria, Don C. Ander-
son, '51, 317 North Underhill, Bob Flanagan, '47, 206 Ellis, and Gerald T. Vaughn, '49,
109 Armstrong Place.
We also invite the seniors of The Academy of Our Lady to investigate
our new Division of Nursing.
GEORGE 0. PHSQUEL CO.
INSTITUTIONAL FOOD SUPPLIES
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
l4l6 S. Adams Street Phone 3-4589
1 J "VM RIGHT BY YUUR SIUE"
,,- Q' 5 As you take those first confidcnt stops
on the broad roatl of lift-, you'll soon finfl that
R1-tltly Kilowatt is a mighty handy little ff-llow
.ni A to have by your side. The magiv of modarrn
-1 elcvtrivity has wident-rd opportunitics
j A 'N for work and play. As today's gzraduatv,
. V X I you 1-an look forward to an era of
is ' comfortable and profitable electrical living.
' ' GOOD LUCK!
CENTRAL ILLINDIS LIGHT 00.
National Brand SHOES
Stock By Us in a Complete
SAM JOSEPH SUPER MARKET
Range of Sizes and Widths
First at MacArthur Highway for WOMEN for MEN for CHILDREN
Mademoiselle Keith Highlande-rAmerican Juniors
Phone 9881 Natufauzers Walkover Scout tBoy 8: Girlb
I Vlfalkovefs Arch Preserver Child Life
Airsteps F O h d,
I Cantilevers reeman rt ope ic
Jolene Conformal Buster Brown
Life Stride Roblee T ' f
Conformal Pedwin um Cot
Streetmasters Robin Hood
I Selby Sty-eez
I CRAWFORD SHOE STORES
321 Fulton St.-W. J. Crawford, Mgr.
Compliments of Outlet Store-211 Fulton
Wm. C. Crawford, Mgr.
Shoe Salon-340 Fulton
Jim Crawford, Mgr,
323 Court St., Pekin, Illinois
"Peoria's Leading Jewelry Store"
GOLDSTEIN JEWELRY CO.
211 S. Adams
109 South Monroe Street
Fine Nationally Known Home
Furnishings for Over 70 Years 'Q
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"lf You Don't Know Furniture
Know Your Furniture Dealer"
228 S. Jefferson
Complim ents of
The Friendly Store
3108 Prospect Road
Peoria Heights, Illinois
Clothing - Hats - Furnishings
C. H. Andreen A. Nordwall
127 S. Jefferson
Groceries - Bakery Goods
Fruits and Fresh Vegetables
Fresh and Smoked Meats
Phone 2-7147 301 Illinois Ave
Open Evenings and Sundays
A 8a W ROOT BEER
2804 N. University
JOHN HI1-ESER, Prop.
Custom Fitted Awnings, Canopies,
AWNING and TENT CO.
111 Main Street-Peoria 2, Illinois
.-Xlbcrt F. Gury, jr., Pres.
W. J. MOTSETT, INC.
324 S. Washington
SILVER HUT DRIVE-IN
Our Steaks Are So Tender We Wonder How The
Cow Ever Walked"
3013 Prospect Rd.
R. H. FOLTZ
3416 Prospect Road
Cf'mP1MSUf DR. M. F. SIMPSON, DENTIST
Worn With Pride By Millions
426 Main Street
S 8: S OPTICAL SERVICE
"The Emphasis Is On Service"
314 Liberty Street
Peoria 2, Illinois
Richard J. Schmitt
2819 N. Adams Street
For Home - Factory - Office
E. I. Mziushnrd
CENTRAL FIXTURE C0.
708 Main Street
West Glen at U. S. 150
Breakfast - Dinner - Sandwiches
The Whole Family Bowls Ht
14 Modern Lanes Q Bowling Instructions
Cocktail Lounge O Luncheonette
jefferson and Fayette
Coinniercial Printers - Henry, Illinois
Printers of the Coinpact, the Institute, and
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28 XY. Lake St. - Phone 5-5284
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Your Friendly Theatre
3117 Prospect, Road
Peoria Heights, Illinois
Cl-.-XR ENCE F. IQURY, Mgr
Across from Szold's
DR. P. B. BIANCO
B0 WHALEN OIL CO.
Jackson and Perry
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Mayor Ioseph 0. Malone
SWORDS-MCDOUGAL Co. at Wewfl
Contractors Lubrication - Washing
1500 N. Adams Sm--11 Atlas Tires and Batteries
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24-Hour Emergency Service
PLUMBING and HEATING
I I-I Y ' S
Your Headquarters for
O Latest "Pop" and Western Records
Q Favorite classical Selections
I All Your Phonoqraph Needs
After 6:00 p'm' Phone 24362-9578 Central Illinois' Largest Record Department
530 S. Adams Street - Phone 4-9293
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PAINT 6 WALLPAPER CU., Inc.
FULTON AT MONROE STREETS, PEORIA, ILLINOIS
Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of
The Academy of Our Lady and
FRIENDLY LAKIS MARKET
316 N. Madison Phone 8786
RELIABLE PLUMBING Sz
4609 Prospect Rd.
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Tops With the Classroom Crowd
Q LAZY BONES
Women's Sh Men's Sho
Th' d. Fl St
In Peoria for 33 Years
1313 M Sl I
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C mpliments of
R. D. McDougal J P fi t
H. W. Hartmann, Vi P d t
M. H. CONSTRUCTION CO.
1500 N. Ad
I DAIRY PRODUCTS
2 30 N. Ad ms
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Everything to a
TEEN'S TASTE .
whether it,s a classroom classic
or A snwfqth date outfit . .
yQu'll like it better from
420 Main Street
Peoria 2, Illino s
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Plead Your Case Wlth GBOI ge The Growlmg Syrlan
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