Catholic Central High School - Spires Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

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Reserves The Cougar year- lings, in spite of a height handicap which retarded them, main- tained a high team spir- it and concluded the season with a record of 7 wins, 7 losses. The Reserve cagers suffered a mid-season loss of Ed Wagner and Hermie Miller, who were moved up to give the varsity a needed depth. Ron Wybranowski and Paul Rinkevich led the Reserves during the season. The future looks bright for Catho- lic Central cagers be- Front: W, Navigato, J. Hickey, T. Hofman, R. Wybranowski, T. Ryan. Back: Mr. Godleski, R. Norkus, P. Rinkevich, S. Sichterman, J. Brey. P. Tietema. cause of the ball-hand- ling and shooting abili- ties of the entire com- pany. Freshmen The tallest Freshman basketball team in C.C's his- 5' lO". The Cougar cubs averaged 37.5 points per tory piled up an impressive record of 9 wins and 3 game while allowing their opponents only 26.5 points average. The team's losses were by narrow margins losses. Nine of the twenty-one members were over six feet and the average height of the team was and its members will bear watching in future years. Front: Dennis Malone, W. Kirkwood, H. Milanowski, T. Walsh, W. Hawkins, D. Hoover, R. Zazko, R. Bohuis, A. Couch, L. Rackuci. Back: D. Eck, T. Hoogerhyde, T. Sommerdyke, D. Dakauski, J. Barto, W. Von Linden, J. Ragen, T. Tenfelde, L. Wood, W. Champion, Mr. Som mer. ref t. af gm SAX ' .ff ss ix? 5-Eff CROSS COUNTRY AND TRACK Cross Country The Cougar Harriers, composed mostly of underclassmen, fought through an unsuccessful season with undaunted spirit. Luck was hard on the boys but they kept on trying. Our team was ci building team this year and promises to be a top threat in the near future. Cross Country is one of the most grueling sports and the squad deserves credit for the hours spent in preparation for the long, rough runs. Front: R. Bek, T. Schmidt, G. Lesinski, J. Dietrich, L. Jacokes, T. Horning. Bock: Coach F. Geary, A. Meholic, T. Thomas, D. Franchi, F. Manning, R. Hillis, P. Morrissey. 1955 TRACK SCHEDULE April 6 South April 28 Christian April l5 Central April 30 John Bos April l9 Ottawa May TO Creston April 22 Union May I7-l8 City Meet 97 Track A tremendous turnout of boys hoping for berths on the track squad greeted Coach Sowle this spring. The team this year is com- posed mainly of underclassmen with a few returning veterans in the shot put, pole vault, and hurdles, but the future of the team is uncertain because of the general lack of ex- perience. The Cougars looked promising in their first meet when they defeated South. The cindermen showed strength in the relays and hurdles and are hopeful of retaining their City League dual crown. C. Richardson, N. Smith, ' L. Norton, J. Schmitz, 440. R. Campbell, high jump. High and low hurdlers R. Eno, J. Sowle. J. Hickey, W. Navigato, G. Couterier, D. Butler, J. Mitchell, dashmen . Bottom Row: J. Rauch, P. Varano, R. Eno, R. Campbell, J. Schmitz, L. Denhof, P. Sowle, L. Eggleston, J. Thrall, P. Morrissey. Row 2: Coach T. Sowle, N. Smith, J. Angers, T. Horning, L. Norton, D. Conley, C. Richardson, T. Geglio, R. Dreuke, W. O'Brien, G Couterier, R. Smith, W. Navigate, Coach D. Lennon. Row 3: J. Kline, J. Burns, E. Wagner, J. Davis, P. Cybulskis, M. Cunconnon, J, Hickey, J. Mitchell, R. Wybranowski, D. Butler, J. Dietrich G. Lesinski, M. Downs, G. Zainea. P. Vcrclno, R. Wybranowski, T. Horning, J. Burns, half-milers. L. Eggleston. P. Morrissey. at if if' .4"" M? J BASEBAL Front Row: T. Ryan, J. Burns, P. Jackman, J. Wysocki, T. Przybysz, R. Schumaker, J. Cool. Row 2: B. Kline, F. Marger, A. Champion, B. Spielmaker, T. Barber, F. Sauer, R. Markules, J. Wisneski. Row 3: Coach J. Godleski, C, Kersies, A. Melholic, R. Crampton, R. Crampton, M. Malinowski, D. Grego, F. Boylen, I. Dobrygowski. E. Wybranowski, F. Marger, first basemen. Pitchers R. Shumaker, B. Spielmaker, B. Kline, F. Sauer, warm up. Catcher D. Cook XE .A l N. X ! .- l if . .X ,L .9 . . ,, ,- X si, 5 -lm' .QS The Cougars, defending City League cham- pions, are out to engrave their name once again on the first place slot. There are only three returning lettermen: Catcher Denny Cook, first basemen Fred Marger, Ed Wybranowski, Despite the lack of experience the team is ex- pected to do well. Coach Joe Godleski always commands an alert, hustling team. The slug- gers showed their power in their tirst game, defeating Creston 9-1. J. Burns, shorstopg T. Barber, second base. nr D. Grego, second base. ', N 1 ,I f 1 arf-K . WSP? T. Przybysz, shortstop. R. Crompton, third base. M. Malinowski, third bose. R. Markules, R. Crompton, J. Wisneski, T. Boylen, J. Wysocki, and J. Cool, outfielders. TENNIS Front: W. Thrall, W. Butts, J. Jason, P. Tarchinski, K. Duchene. Back: Coach F. Geary, W. Lenartz, G. Tolodziecki, C. Brey, T. Czerwinski, J. Conrad. SWIMMING fi Prospects of this year's tennis team are bright with the return of tour Iettermen, Ken Duchene, Peter Tarchinski, Bill Butts, and Bill Thrall. Thrall will be competing for his fourth year and is sure to be dangerous in the number one singles spot. As yet, our net men have not taken to the courts, but their past performances and the experienced tutelage of Coach Frank Geary are bound to show an excellent record for the 1955 season. Swimming, the most recent addition to Catholic's athletic curricula, may develop to be a Cougar strong point. This year our tankmen splashed to a 3-3 record. The leading mermen ofthe team were J. Donahue l4l pointsl, D. Bek l33l, R. Bek l30l, L. Jacokes l30l, P. Paskiewicz l22l, and R. Nolan l22l. Q . a Front row: J. Jacokes, E E J. Hare, E , ' Y . X .1 E J. Elmer, 31 Q Q Hs X J. Sowle. i L Q , Row 2: li Q T. Schmidt, h Q B. Craig ' fl . 5 H y J. Conrad, , I' Q . 5 ' . N , , D. Bek, Y g xx lk sf gi X N J. Donahue, 3 , if H A -'is Q ' -.-- J. Kurzynowski, ZX x ,. 31 'rrr . ' N, r R. Bek. 1. A A. S ' : s . 3 f 5 R 3.: '-H' . 2 l i. 1 . J l. all V x- X 5 Y Blzcanderkellen, -H l N l tu ,Q . 1- . T I. ,.,, , q ...., B' B. E 1 v"- IZZAI 1. A' ' X . ' E. Kolenda, X Vg A' F X: S Ei., 1. Q 13- . ' is X P. Paskiewicz, . - R af.- S :fl 9 " - r E N ' -- ss Coach R. Wilhey. Sk.. i M ful?- On the fairway, R. Jachim, J. O'Donovan, A. Junewick, H. Miller. GOL Teeing off, Coach J. Sommer, J. O'Dono- van, H. Miller, R. Jachim, A. Junewick. Careful putting, J. Butterworth, A. Dima- vicius, T. McCormick, D. Bruckman. Every spring finds Catholic's golf addicts out on the fairways and greens. The Cougars have use of all the facilities of the Grand Rapids golf courses. With Miller, O'Donovan, Junewick, and Jachim pacing this year's squad, Mr. Sommer has high hopes for a good season. ln past years they have been one of the top teams in the city, and this year, we hope, will be no exception. 103 2: . ...Q ' U- 2 1 I 1 , ' X 'fc , '.Q , +41 V . V, f-' .- I-Wu I- I ,,...L,A I A., -. , V, -.W -. I' "M f' Nw V V 9 f fad ff ,f af,'2'Wv W li, 1. M A f . . lf? .jf .X 42. , 2 f .6 I if if .f,A 3 J, K1 ,-,I JE 1 ,.-' 'iv K Nm ,QQ 5 U 3, ' E if s V f -Q 1. ' I, -'F xx , .I ' ' , 1 Sillllllll - Forward to a Christian Life For some, our years in high school have been our last formal education, for others, they have been a step- ping-stone to college, for all, they have been years of fun, sadness, friendship, and toil - years full of memories. lf we have made use of the opportunities within our reach at Catholic Central we have grown in grace, wisdom, and social poise, and we possess our keys to a successful Christian life. Now we must use them to unlock the door to our special place in God's plan. lf we fit our key in the right door it will open to us a rich, happy, Christian life, and will eventually help us to unlock the gate of heaven. Seniors, the key is ours! Forward to a Christian life! FYFHF- ' . 62: 5, 0 ma ,Q Mx ,M-W'--A-213063, ,Mk His Excellency, The Most Reverend Allen J. Babcock Bishop of Grand Rapids 7 Senior Class Officers ROSEMA RY COLE, Vice- President ROSEMARY KOWALCZYK, Secreta ry WILLIAM THRALL, President 'l ' we M. X .,,.n.w.. The Class of l955 chose as their project this year the building of a grotto dedicated to Our Lady of Schools. lt is located in the court, constructed of limestone and tile, and much of it is the labor ofthe students themselves. At left is a picture of the grotto, unfinished when "Spires" went to press. Marilyn Alksnis SS. Peter 8 Paul Kean Anderson Assumption Roberta Anderson St. Alphonsus Patrick Andree Sf. Adalbert Lorraine Andreiczak St. Adalbert Ardith Baar St. Mary's Anthony Babinski St. Andrew Yvonne Balczak SI. lsidore Carol Balinski St. James gm gs "" 7 ' K Mx. F.gW:..,., , N , A 3 .lo Ann Barman St. James Joan Barscewski St. Isidore Russell Bart St. James VA,.A.:J ,Q . Norbert Bartosiewicz V, iz, Sf. Isidore ' H fvz I Shirley Bartz ' visimnon Robert Berg x St. Mary's William Berles St. Mary,s I. Joel Bernaciak A St. lsidore Janet Bllsborrow 1 ' St. Francis ' 107 ff I Ns. ,ft Y Q 2 QF' c D X ixkxx Thomas Boylon St. Robert Rosemarie Breitenstein St. Thomas Elizabeth Breuer St. James Kenneth Brocker Blessed Sacrament Martin Brown St. Andrew Mary Brown St. Joseph, Wright Monica Brown St. Joseph, Wright Donald Bruckman St. Alphonsus Thomas Brzozowski Sacred Heart 108 ir gf:vf4:ff': cf, J ..,, 1 Q , V . 1 V .gr f f' 1 .V X A F G I www ft Richard Black St. Andrew Sandra Black St. Francis Marilyn Blain St. Francis Bernadine Bochniak Sacred Heart Lorraine Bockheim St. Alphonsus Lawrence Boes St. Joseph Marilyn Booth Holy Name Barbara Bowen St. Francis Terrance Bowhuis Holy Name Mary Jane Burchardt Sl. lsidore Marlene Bursley Sl. Francis Dorothy Burt St. Adalberl James Bydolek Sl. lsidore John Byington Sl. Francis Donald Byrne Sl. Alphonsus Joan Byrne Sl. 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Joseph Richard Crompton Blessed Sacrament Robert Crampfon Blessed Sacrament Charles Cunningham Sl. Andrew Shirlie Czerwinski Sl. Alphonsus Terrence Czerwinski Sl. Alphonsus Barbara Czyzyk Sacred Hear! Thomas Danowski Holy Trinity Marlene Davidoski Sl. James Thomas De Blaay Sl. Jude Gerald Deuling . f w .. sssrf X Grandville cmhom church Mary DeYoung V , j Q I c 45 -ms ,.,,,, J SI. John Vlanney , - f. x : Frank niemch X f Sl. John Vianney X 0 71,11 110 i .XY 52:5 ., xxx Q ' ., we i 1 1 . v s A Francine DiPiazza St. Andrew Isidore Dobrygowski St. lsidore Sallie Dagger SS. Peter 8- Paul John Doran St. Thomas Kathleen Doud St. James Patricia raugelis St. Mary's Vincent DuBiche SS. Peter 8. Paul Colleen Dykman St. Joseph Roger Eno St. Alphonsus ,.:. g A W Q k ,':,f 1 ,10 y lfxxgji Z' Qu. v s 1? 3-3' . f, M' ,,. A' Q' -A "V il ,. J ff We X. M " an . ,, .. 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Andrew Frank Huizenga St. Francis James Iacovoni Sl. James Anthony Impellizzeri Our Lady of Sorrows 113 lm X4 X g f 552 f wal fx egg' -X M is Arnold Junewick Sl. Adalberl 5 slip ,gm A. V '-V.- yr Q ,. ,, ,F K -sv if if Q E .,. 412, Richard Jurksaitis SS. Peler 8- Paul Robert Kaminski St. Alphonsus ,si Daniel Kampfschulte if St. Mary's V iv X X Patricia Kanoza sf. Jude fl . . . X :Q rtb IIQ., Q .... . S Virginia Karston St. Adalbert David Kasperzak sv. Adalberl Roger Kaupa St. Anthony Danny Kay Sf. Thomas "" 114 -. X. S' xxx X Robert Jachim Secred Heart Hiordis Jacobsen St. James Thomas Jaglowski St. lsidore Joan Jankowski SS. Peter 8. Paul John Jason SS. Peter 8. Paul Dolores Jaworowicz St. lsidore Carol Jones Sl. James Jean Jorgensen Blessed Sacrament Thomas Joyce St. Jude 'my '13 Q !"'Tff tr:F..,.- X1 . s gmsjsii XM mt' -. NXNX S MQ :on , N- ici nw, 'fi l 1 "Y I wr- A Q5 S3 , ,., X x xc K W 51:35 ge S ah Wx, ,ii au. SS Agnes Keller Sl. John Vianney Ralph Kendall Sl. Anthony Rosalie Kennedy Sl. James Jacqueline Kiliszewski Sacred Heart Rosemarie Kinney Sl. James Gerald Kipen St. Francis Jean Kirkwood Sl. James Bruce Kline St. James Robert Klocko sr. Adalberl GQ: vm 1 "Q - Y, so 3 X x Y 6, ,,,. . V -3, -rg' ifxigg r it J f' W X6 ,- 4 -' .3 ' Aw , 1 T3 4' I .41 -a-an 42, .-.f f r 'W 17' 4 ,.,,, .. f f .L Paul Kolarlk , ml,-n ge, Sl. Francis W Carol Kolenda H Sacred Heart f David Kolenda ,J Sf. lsidore Qi Bi Edward Kolenda St. lsidore Ronald Kolenda St. lsidore Dorothy Korybalski Sl. James y William Kosakoski A St. lsidore IHAA Rosemarie Kowalczyk X H St. Adalbert F H, , s William Kowalczyk Holy Spirit If 1 1 4 f A 1 1 I fi M , 1 if f f 5 f 1. J ,- iv ffffr A Reverend Joseph Murphy, Principal of West Calholic. Reverend John McDuffee, lnslruclor in Religion, West Calholic. Reverend James Ycger, Assistant Principal. lnslruclor in Religion. O 1,,,-f Reverend John Naidowski, lnslruclor in Religion. . 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U X Qc x X N x X X N N N News Q Q ,,., .is r -L "F Gloria Perkowski Sl. Adalberl James Perks SQ. James Delphine Permoda SI. Adalberl Nola Perrin Sl. John Vianney Gail Peterson Sf. Thomas Fredine Pfeiffer Sf. Jude Edwin Pickard Sl. Mary's John Piela St. Isidore John Pokora Sf. Isidore ,X fn, ff Q of 5 W ' Y H A I : 4-7 A V 4 r,J S P. P -S . ' ' " 3 ' S: 2555 'rf 3 If X? X ,m rfifif we ,r,fr Q 'P' 'W i 3f wed ....a" 5 AQZ. 1 X 4 Pamela Pound St. Andrew Yvonne Powell St. Alphonsus 3? .. Q . Kenneih Prus Sacred Heart George Pulaski Holy Name Elaine Quint Sl. John Vianney Geraldine Radawski Si. Adalberl Patricia Radlinski Sf. Isidore Barbara Ragen St. Alphonsus 3 . 57 ll' in Phyllis Rau 121 A ..V.:' llziu J ..,:, l llilqv :,, ' Blessed Sacrament ' " 1 1if,f7a:xL,-If " f iii Q , Q .1 5? -W , 2 "'37w" ' .V .,,. A.., V 2 A-si' , M 292539 M , f, ? 2 6' 3 ez- ! fs of , E X ,ff , .' .. ,..,, 1 'f . iv- 1 lf' Y 4 Mary Lynn Robach Sl. Mary's Gerrard Roberts Sf. Francis John Rohloff Sl. Anthony Kay Rohloff Sl. Alphonsus Sharon Rose St. Adalberl James Royce Blessed Sacrament Richard Russell St. Mary's Nancy Ryan Sl. Francis Joan Rysko Sl. Mary's 122 ,A Terrence Reagan r ' at 2 5 1 , ,V Sl. Thomas 2 5 M Lawrence Redlon " H St .James 1 James Rempalski I Sf. Isidore x Qi , fi , -4 ' A James Reftig , Sacred Hearl 1 Mary Reynolds V Holy Name Patricia Reynolds St. Francis Paul Rich St. Thomas Margaret Richmond Sl. Francis Jacelyn Rieth St. Francis 1 1 v 1 Ni my 3- . if Q -'F' 3 'N ' A' "" VF" ,,.. f if gee? " ,...,: ., V X ,. if . ' -wa WA- X u ,nw Q, , ,. N Q . .3 Q xl ' - 'S ,Sc ,.-J: 'M lm g ,, . R Stanley Saganski St. lsidure Margaret Salik SS. Peter 8- Paul Eleanor Salmen Assumption, Belmont Richard Scheidel Holy Trinity David Schmuker St. Alphonsus Yvonne Schmuker Holy Name Robert Schumaker '1 W ,Wx R rr , we Q f' r , wr ,,ra .Q -5 1 -my Q, Norma Schneider Visitation Joyce Schullo St. James Blessed Sacrament . 2.1, -if , r R ,Qs ,, X GIF? , A - - wr. A- M ., .. r. ' - c-at Wnmxf .1 si AQ rv X wfwwii 4. QUXW J: K, ' ww Q- A+, ,W :Am Q xg ff. 5 QW A QMS X ,sv Q x X vw QNM lv if X S if 9 J KX: x -? R 'xvk f-cw " Q ,, +405 ' Q wi 'MY .-.N 'vs f I ' A ,5., ,, R af Ronald Seiat St. Isidore Carl Slovinski St. lsidore Elaine Slowinski St. James Ronald C. Smith Holy Spirit Sandra Snyder St. John Vianney Joan Soape St. Andrew Joan Sommerdyke St. Francis Elaine Soules St. Alphonsus Peter Sowle St. Francis 123 3 Ax., 'Q gags Vi: Q 5495 Y Q X? iw ', . M J J ,iQ,f'i' M N fx sm F95 Ag ' X -7 Q f f N X x J X .. Q5 James Stoufen Si. Francis Linda Sfrek Sacred Hearl Roger Sfroh Sl. James Narcene Sullivan St. Adalberl Gerald Surman Sl. lsidore Christine Swiech Sl. Adalberl Sandra Syfek Sf. Adalberl Rose Tamburello Our Lady of Sorrows Florence Tanis St. Francis 124 ,, Agn ,QP Q. Judith Spendow Sl. James Mary Spinski Holy Name Ronald Sremba Sacred Heart Marian Sfanitzek St. Mary's Carol Stasiukinas Sl. Adalberf Erma Steffes Holy Name Pauline Steffes Sl. Andrew Josephine Stellino Our Lady of Sorrows Arlene Stora Sl. lsidore H 'ss l Ai- Mary Lou Tarasiewicz St. John Vianney Peter Tarchinski Sacred Heart Bernice Taylor St. Joseph Maureen Taylor St. James Margaret Theeringer Blessed Sacrament Theodore Thomas Blessed Sacrament Therese Thompson Assumption James Thrall St. Thomas William Thrall St. Stephen 'E ii? 'fin i " F EV' I f w Q 4 40+ X Q ls A '4 ,Q 2 1 ... X -W' Q: I is 'fy I QW? .s YF 'Z W' A . v,,., kbp s,., Z .,sW., X - E Si ,,..-pu' in K II. W , i MW 15: mf Q., if 'Q -"' , 5. . Q M X 1. 2 ' ki' A Q A he I 47 it x ' X ' , 1 .X L' ' David Tietema St. Francis Mary Ellen Tofel St. Alphonsus Gordon Tolodziecki St. Jude Charles Tomaiczyk St. James Evalds Trizna St. Mary's Patricia Trussell ss. Peter s. Paul Rosemarie Tursky St. Mary's Barbara Uzarski St. Aclalbert Benedict Vainavicz ss. Peter s. Paul 125 The Right Reverend Monsignor William J. Murphy, Principal. TREASURERS OF THE KEYS The Right Reverend Monsignor Murphy holds the master key to the realm of knowledge and culture at Catholic Central. Keys to specific kingdoms -arts, science, language, etc.,-he allots to faculty members, who have graciously opened the doors of their departments and dispensed freely to us of its treasures, sumcient to enable us to become good citizens and good Christians. We are greatly indebted to the faculty for so gen- erously sharing their treasures with us and take this occasion to say "Thanks - God bless them!" 9 , q J' Vg: , .,.. - , f Miwwf- Iwi 1 .,..,.,.. 1 'LQ f Maxine Vander Baan ' St. James f Janice Vander Werff Sl. Mary's . x Irene Van Dreumel Holy Name Richard Van Eck Sacred Heart W x- " Charlene Van Hoeck ,3 .... .V ,. . ft tz. .J ' " Sv. Thomas . J , Q Q . Q , , ? , , - if . fi- 1 , Sandra Van Loo Immaculate Heart of Mary Joan Van Male St. Mary's K. NG igugglx ff' X mia? 'TQ Charles Vogt Blessed Sacrament Richard Voltz Holy Name Donna Wagner St. lsiclore Judith Wagner St. John Vianney Mary Wagner St. lsidore James Walberer St. Thomas Kenneth Walczewski Sl. Adalbert Helen Walker Sl. John Vionney Bertram Walsh St. Andrew 126 .553 -WI' 'Q Peter Varano St. Andrew James Verbrugge St. Stephen 195' - 4 Q M f 7X dl X fi . .J J 'X . 'X F Q15 ZR Kenneth Walton St. Francis Evelyn Warner SS. Peter 8. Paul Madelyn Warner Immaculate Heart of Mary Joan Watson St. Alphonsus John Wauchope St. Adalbert 'Wm K au- ff X .wwe X, ,:,. Patricia Weber Holy Name X 7 x x Maxine Weny 1' rr rf I we K A ,Q ' ' tl' '35, 'I ,. St. Stephen ' - ' Mary we.-k -Q W it J, y- . ,f 2, .ff fi Claire Wesholskl Y- -1 ss. Peter s. Paul i D ? if J- 'X Teresa Westveer A fir'-vwgy. 'X St. Anthony 'jak N, j, .loan White ' Y Blessed Sacrament - wwqelzf' i I John winks St. Alphonsus n ' Paul Wlllacker M3 St. Francis ff WM i . 'ww Jerome Wlsneski ' 4' Sacred Heart f v - e. W Vlit 5 - Michael Wisnewski A ' sf. :Siam 0 H ,i, .r 4 ', ..,. cw 3, V a. ,, A., f Mary Lou Wisniewski St. Adalbert H .loan Withey 'K . 'WW f . t Blessed Sacrament Q 'f Elizabeth Wittgens St. Mary's 127 ,sqm ew, 9 A ,,,: J? ff l f f 1 f 9. V X 6 V M 5.. .4 7 1 9 1 Q f V o if 0 Q, cage, wc , sf f :iii fi Q f Nw fn W J pw , . ' 1,3 Q f f ff Dolores Zigus SS. Peter 8. Paul Lois Zimmer Holy Name Paul Zomberg Sf. James l. 2. 3. 4. 5. St. Francis Donald Wittkowski Kathleen Wolf F Holy Name Charlotte Yowaush SS. Peter 8 Paul Patricia Zamiara sf. Adalberl 'Z N Phyllis Zawistowskl Sl. Mary's "l'l. Q ' Rose Marie Zielmsku St. Joseph 0357 r ev " fi 'Q A . 'vlzzl .r.. , .--- l," ffl "lA 4 A 5 Mary Zych St. Aclalbert Dolores Zydor St. Adalbert TOP RANKING STUDENTS FOR 1955 Geraldine Radawski Margaret Richmond 6 William Thrall 7 Jerome Wisneski 8 Arnold Junewick 9 Mary Lynn Robach 10. 128 Rose Marie Tursky Mary Kowalski Patricia Miller Robert Jachim Roberta Pat! Ardith Baar Includmg an Autobuogruphy of Rowie Kennedy entitled "CAll ME ROWIE" But Please Coll Me . . . by Author Rowie Kennedy-in 6 parts X JO!! X., 'il 1- l ff Viv. PRES'-'MAN SoPHoMoRE fe -I '7:g . ". L' lr- f L x I ing s E P 2 ' Pm H C E 0 JD U1 IT! Z O xv YUU T00 1 1 CAN PLAY THE PIANO BY EAR sl' Z .f Q. 0 CGD ', l 5 SEND N0 MONEY! just pay 554-26 to the postman. We even taught an amputee to play, and this wasn't easy, con- sidering that his ears were am- putatetl. We taught Mary Werk. We teach you how to play MOH SWIEET MAMA TREETOP TALL, WON'T YOU KINDLY TURN YOUR DAIYIPERS DOWN". Also such favorites as "LET A SMILE RE YOUR UMBRELLA IF YOU LIKE TO GARGLE RAIN", etc. SEND TO 356 PACKYDERM ST., ELEPHANT. N. Y. lf all the words in this book were laid end to end you cou1dn't read it. CRHVIE AN D PUNISHMENT It is my personal conviction that your brilliant composition concerning the Detention Hall fFeb. 30, 19455 is without a doubt, the finest and most straight-forward opinion on the sub- ject that I have ever read. Full of truth and indiscriminate excerpts, it forms the pattern for future educational es- says. Elaine Slowinski Your story was good. I liked it. It was nice. I also think it was swell. Bert XVa1sh Your article THE DEI'IiN'I'IOX HALL BENlilfl'l'S NIANKIND was ab' surd. It was prejudice, bias, unequi- vocial, unfair and no good. The insin- uation made in vour sentence: "certain Carefree indiiitlualsu was utterli, coin- pletelv unverified! Your article was the essence of malefaction! Tony Pallozollo A more appropriate stoli' You'll never find. Great! Nlagnihcent! Psv- chological! Words cannot express its stupendous and stimulating effect on all its readers. XVith editorials like this I can see whv vour hook sells ovei 2,000,000,000 more copies than any other. Tom Clowacki Since when is PAST running a po- litical smear campaign? David Nutt In the picture accompanving vour article on the detention hall von identi- fied the bov sitting in the fourth row from the window, lfllll seat from the Ere escape, wearing a Chartreuse ba- booska, plaid shawl, button-down armx blanket, candy-striped ski-pants, and two-tone perforated combat boots, as Irma Stefles. 'lihat person is not in the f0llllll row from the window: he is in the fourth row from the door. He was not in the 19th seat from the fire es- cape. hilt from the blackboard: that is not a cliartreuse babooshka. but a clev- erlv disguised bagil. It was not Irma Steffes, it was jim Fiedorowicz. Rowie Kennedy There 11cz'cr has lvccu an mliclr in tlu' PAST fonccrning, relating Io, regard- ing, or rlighllv connected to dctcntimi halls. The only picture in that issue was of I1 zvlmlc html. but aw' enjoy your letters, regardless.-ED. 130 MYSTERY GIRL In vour picture of Catholic Centra1's Sno-Shuffle ljan. 251, 10315, who was the girl dancing with loin Kowalski? judging from the stature. I would guess her to be Rosie Cole. Josie La Fata, judv Spenclow. liettv Breuer. or Bonnie Miller. Could you identifv her? Disappointed Lover ll illl.Xllt the Srzo-Slzzzffle. 11 :cus ilu' the lmrfv gvfu cl11x.s,- they It't'l'l'71'f danc- ing, thrv Il't'l't" "imIian I'H.i,lfllIg". ,-It In lllz' mystery rlunccr, it :cm Don llill- lcoutxki.-ED. KNUCKLE DOWN I agree whole-heartedlx with vour article: "Marbles Is .fl Mans Game. Don't Take It For Granite" lsept. 6. 10075, but there is one thing troubling me, ln our citv tournament I was dis- qualified for "nuclging IIIN wimpvu. I do not understand what this means. Please explain. Chuck Tomaiczvk litlllllt' right. Till' Iiov should Stnv on lllc ourvizlw zclzcrz zrallcing dozclz the lznllzrnv :i-ill: I1 girl,-ED. DISTURBED LANDSCAPE 190 - " ' ff A- 518 ,ix.I'Q. GL s 9. uli - I 4 -. u 'YW tl? , jf ff it 1 . nuf""1o u"'nNu'n"'Pn .lull bbq.. u ,mnun.,, In your picture included in the ar- ticle THE STAR-NOSED MOLES ARE ON THE MOVE Olarch 225, was that shredded giass and flving sod fsee arrowj caused bv a mole burrowing his hole behind the hill? Rav Novak No, its only "Stick" ,Iachim hjving to tcc Off.-ED. THE SUNDAY MORNING PAST THE CURTISS PUBLISHING CO. BABY RUTH, President. JBC-10.411 ROGER WILCO., Editor A. Tom Bomb, Executive Editor 'TFT15 Mary Christmas, Managing Editor , Mona Lisa, Art Editor Ivan Runaroundthecliffandjulnpoffsky. Foreign Editor 5 M O C' A 'lW.',,. S' IN THIS ISSUE Pvwiflfv '1'Q"-- l UNDHQ LGT or ldes of March Vol. - Bh Gkouup , :UN 4 SHORT STORIES WHAT IS WRONG WITH TEEN-AGERS TODAY ...... Bob Krivka I WAS SOAKED .................................. HI FI AND YOU .. W'HAT A DOPE .... 'rms l'1ONTH'S Mower 'THE BRIDGES OF .T. Rag . . .Gerry Roberts Mary Wanah ll NovELETTI: V KOKO- MO! UGH .. .... Al Kaseltzer 3 ARTICLES I MADE MY FIRST DOLLAR PICKING FRUIT ...... Buck Berry HAIRS TO YOU ............................ Charles Kantell BOLT NO. 6 ON SCREW NO. 5 .... 2 SERIALS KIKS ....... CHEERIOS . . . OTHER FEATURES ONE PURPLE EYE, INVERTED EYELASH, INGROWN TOENAILS. AND MOLE ON LEFT HEEL. . . . .Sr. Joannes When interviewing these people, odd- ly enough they had nothing to say about the inoyic hut Ctuue up with some of their ty icil comments: ........L0u Crowsa P i ' - - 'Winston Cherchel Sister Edwin: "I'll giye you one hour! Jeannie Dennis: "Hiya guys." Bert IVaIsh: CQ--IO meter- IVSJEF willing." Gerry Roberts: "Look, tools, lemme Clue ya." ' X. THIS NVEEISQS COVER John Neuhaus. Hold it, Wall a mm- - ure. tune out, tnnc out!" 'Vt If you will look closely, you will not find this eye on T this week's cover. You will not find it on any week's Iiyllldf Trilnnz "just call me IVzIlly." Q i - cover. The photographer merely had the camera ture ED Any resemblance to any living person IS a coincidence. Any resemblance to any dead person is a coincidence. In fact, any semblance to anything is a coincidence. PRICES: 25c PER COPY. SUBSCRIPTION: I YEAR-37326. Will trade for used lap dog. john Xtauchope: "E I-'Sink Q I KS "!' Frank Huizenga: HCIIOIIJPII, chomph, smack. chew. Git your hands off my lunch." IN CASE OF A CHANGE OF ADDRESS Notify your milkman. What do you think this is, a real estate office? pointed in the wrong direction when he took the pic- re- 131 Bill Thrall: "May I have your attena tion please! Pass the trays up to the front." Freddy Pfeiffer: r'Blushj "Oh, you kids." Barb Uzarski: "Hi you." HE CE YEARS D I 5 0 1 9 6 5 A . 5 1,1 . W 0 iff Q I -If , Dave McKinney has just put in his last hour in Cardinal grbjcm' Yager's penalty room. Z X1 joan Sotutnerdyke has ben elected president of the Local 1 ,Q H02 .-X.XY.L'.l'.l'.-.Xll XVotnen's l'nited l'lnnrbet's Union. Carol Kolenda was forced to close down her cigarette factory. She smoked herself out of business. 'V Mary Kowalski, Most Popular Girl of has just been elected i Most Popular Cowhand of '65 by the hors on her ranch. ' lujgi Bob Gaudet stopped giving his Old clothes to the salvation army, He doesn't give them any more-he trades them. f ' l-'rank Huizenga now has nothing on his mind-not even hair. ' xl f Bob Campbell is sponsored by the Michigan Consolidated Gas I 'N , Co. Every time he sings, 3.000 people take gas. I . I I l 1 Q X 4- . john Wilks is athletic instructor at Mtehigan State. Sample 7 r rx f exercise: "Ready . . . up, down. up, down. down, up, up, down. f 1' I? Now for the other evelidf' I N . f nb-g ' - f ,S fl FI Charlie Goldsmith owns a solid gold bathtub-leaves a 14 f ,Z X13 carat ring. Vickie Corsivlia and Date Tietema hate a beet stew romante. .IOIN THE - . D . She always beehng and he's always stewing. 0 The Blue and XVhite staff wishes to announce the Nlat '50 . issue has just been finislted. Ilan "Mumbles" Kampfshulte is prospering in the Deep South FOR Cc PARKING LOT. HERE IS A asa obacco auctioneer. TYPICAL DAY IN THE LIFE OF Phil Paskiewiez replaced Lex Barker in the Tarzan ntmies. SUCH A Cop D . I jerry Lesinski linds himself editor of 4'Gwadza Polarnau, the ,...-I I V, lotal Polish paper. 3:a5' - G ATE I X CLOSED G Don llruckman and Bill Ilerles have been hired bt a local EE P' . ' Q9 exeaxatin lirm to di tm Indian Trails Golf Course with sand 1 cop.-,Q Q S lf- l f V I ,a wedges. 9 . f ' 6 ooo GAG.. B E jim l-iiederowitv, Tom Joyce, and Rav De Boer. Lobbvists in ef Q' f ,act-T XYashington. are working to oxerthrow the X, ,-X, I judy Spendow and Pat Heibel have opened a dancing sthool. I 'l'heir specialty is "How to do the Mambo in a tight skirt." I W ,losie l.a lfata has a patent on S inch heels with beginners Q wheels. I A f n T I Bill Rowalezyk is making his 45th comeback tonight at Madi- H Q son Square Garden. YVill he be the first fighter to regain his title ' after the 45th trv9 x JA 1 V . i '5'-9' X Q ss Bruce Kline has been seen walking around with an elongated X 9 ah right arm. His contract with the Kalkaska Clouters never did f Q N run out. X N XX Q Q .john lltinglon has been with Ihe Xirforrt' so long he's be- ' 'xx Q , , rome a "l'nnrhv Pilate". X N X llarb Chapla has just returned front an oxerseas lout singing XXX XII - her tremendous smash "Dance XYith Me. llent'x'!". N N X xi 1 3 ,O The '55 Spires Staff hasn't been heard of for I0 years. It is X GATE Q PE N rumored they are residing in the Kalamazoo State Mental H05 L pital. 132 xx X EXPOSE. C. C. STUDENT SEES C. C. CAs told to Redwood E. Morrowl SEPTEMBER 7. SCHOOL OPENS. I trudged down Sheldon and Maple un- aware of the consequences to come. 18. FIRST FOOTBALL GAME. This was the first event that led to my mental collapse. OCTOBER SENIOR ELECTIONS. That day I learned to subsist on one hour's sleep in the study hall. MOCK STATE ELECTION. Civics classes spread propa- ganda. 30 FOP HOP. I experienced the passion of jealousy when I learned that Queen Sweich was escorted by Mudrack. 11. 28. NOVEMBER 1. ALL SAINTS' DAY. Escape from routine. 5. HOMECOMING. I was on the road to becoming a social lion. 6 CATHOLIC PRESS CONFERENCE. Lectures in Kalama- zoo failed to improve my English. 20. SENIOR MIXER. I felt mixed up enough without attend- ing this event. STUDENT COUNCIL DANCE, Annbands! Armbands! The law had me surrounded. FIRST BASKETBALL GAME. The steady beat of McCor- mick's dribbling drove me mad. MAD. with frenzy. DECEMBER 8 MARIAN CLUB PILGRIMAGE. An outside force entered my life-Sr. M. Edwin. 19. SENIOR CHRISTMAS PARTY. Holiday cheer warmed my cold heart. , 23. VACATION BEGINS. I was free, unchained, released-to see Santa Claus. ALUMNI DANCE. A cruise paSt Civic filled me with melancholy when I saw our beloved alumni rushing to the dance. JANUARY 3. SCHOOL REOPENS. Again I return to the grindstone! 6. CARITOT CHRISTMAS PARTY. Pitter-patter of tiny feet. My paternal emotions emerged. 20-21. EXAMS. Throbbing headaches. The capacity of my brain was reached. 2-I-28. RETREAT. Father McQuillan brought me closer to my Creator. 29. BLUE AND XVHITE CAPERS. W'hy did I spend money for Blue and White! I could have read the ones on the wall for free. FEBRUARY SNO-SHUFFLE. Love came my way. I escorted the girl of my dreams to the dance. 18. GALA NITE. heartbreak-the girl of my dreams jilted me because I failed to win her a doll. ASH IVEDNESDAY. Penance in reparation for my sinful wavs. MARCH 17. SAINT PATRICK'S DAY. That day I was ashamed. I re- turned home minus my orange shirt. 18. SAINT jOSEl'H'S EYE. Free day! Blessed relief. 2930 CROWVN of THORNS. I learned appreciation for home talent. 31. VOCATIONAL DAY. Terrorl Would I get caught for skipping that "fine arts" lecture? APRIL 10. EASTER. The arrival brought gaiety. 11-12. SPRING VACATION. Defeat on the golf course. I 21C- cepted my fate as a poor loser. 16. SPRING SYVING. I missed a wonderful dance. The golf duel was over a girl. 91. 26. 29. 12. 23. MAY 1. MARIAN TEA. Revolution-The Viennese Waltz returns to C.C. 14. J-HOP. Financial ruin. 21. MAIWSELLE. Decisions, decisions, always decisions. Whose bid shall I accept? JUNE 1. CLASS NITE. SUCCESS. Hleeks of practice paid off. 12. GRADUATION. The year had concluded. I was cast out into the cruel world. seat St A Qi 'iv r ff 1. I1 SLAVE l ff I JZ " 4. :om me U. S. MARINES AVERAGE FRESHMAN ENTERWG SAME BOY HIGH SCHOOL 'N 4 YEARS xy! I I I '1, I tx? ' 415 ' HQ wg -X I ' ' ,.-:Q NX l Q 'gi i 1 , ,J 1. 'QQ' y l EE - V , is ef. . JW T - A :ef f 2 E I V R 1 : rs- ty. I I f I 1 Y' Q t 1 lvl J fy , 2 Z if 'J MORAL: Stay away from motorcycles 133 Q2 1-,A - S 0 V i , ,umm y VM,- Y K KA .4 Rr. ' fx , L wx ,EX 'Qi -v 'W ! 5 Av 'Z X " 4. N-4 f A, , .om .,., v ' - N . Scmltohon engmeer. Championship form. Dead to the world The gurls Francis Who owns the odd foot? Y lmln Tle'e'na l All-city yo-yo. 5, l o Dumseln Hoods. Sensors vlsut 'he rn y the goilhouse now! n dnstress K rm GO! -, X , Q 5 . L3 MISS BETTY ANN TOMCZAK MISS MAXINE FORTIER ,W wymg-zf.ff? MISS MARCIA GERLOSKI MISS ARLENE KEYLON S E C R E T A R I E S MISS ROSE NAIMO MISS BERNADETTE POLEGA I I x ,NJA The Senior Grotto Committee is shown with the completed proiect. Standing: M. Wisnewski, A. Hartwell, J. Bydolek, L. Newton, F. Manning, P. Willacker, R. Krivka, J Throll, K. Wolf, R. Crampton, E. Breuer, R. Kowalczyk, J. McGovin, W. Throll, R. Cole, D. Mohan, S Feutz, D. Markosky, R. Crompton, J. Royce, B Craig, R. Gaudet, R. Smith, S. Sytek, C. Yowaish. Front row: J. Reith, L. Larkin, T. Goeldel, G. Pulaski, J. Byington, J. Wisneski, P. Weber, J. lesinski, A. Cook J. Sommerdyke, P. Reynolds FINIS This book is the culmination of hundreds of ideas and pictures, pages of writing, time, toil, and the co-operation of many people. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to each and every person whose efforts went into making the book what it is. We are especially indebted to our adviser, Sr. Lucy Marie O.P., to Mr. Van Dyke of the Dean-Hicks Company, and to Mr. Werkema of Versluis Studios for their cheerful patience. Without their knowledge, assistance, and guidance the 55 Spires would never have materialized. This book was fashioned with you in mind. If it pleases you our efforts are rewarded. Jerry and Joan SENIOR INDEX A Alksnis, Marilyn ........................ 522 Myrtle, N.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee Club, Future Nurses, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Modern Dance Anderson, Kean ................ 5903 West River Dr. Belmont Anderson, Roberta ......................... 1227 Bradford Andree, Patrick ................. ..,... 7 13 Sixth, N-W- Caritots, Marion, Student Council Andrejczak, Lorraine ............ ...77 Crestwood Dr., N.W. Caritots, Marian, Homecoming Baar, Ardith ........................... 1534 Escott, N.W. Spires, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee Club, Future Nurses, Spring Swing Babinski, Anthony ................... .... 5 00 North, N.E. Marian, Glee Club, Student Council Balczak, Yvonne ............... Caritots, Marian, Homecoming .. .927 Innes, N.E. Balinski, Carol ............................ 725 W. Fulton Caritots, Marian, Library, Glee Club, Future Nurses, Mission, Homecoming Barman, Jo Ann. .............. ...........922 Fifth,N.W. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Future Nurses, Glee Club Barscewskl, Jaan .................,..... 439 Emerald, N.E. Caritots, Marian Bart, Russell ...... Marian Bartosiewicz, Nobert. . . Student Council .. . .43 Gold, N.W. . . .1319 Michigan, N.E. Bartz, Shirley ...............,........... . . .R.R. 1, Dorr Caritots, Mam'selle, J-Hop, Marian Club Berg, Robert .......,...................... 665 Broadway Berles, William ............. . . .336 Bull Pflfk Blvd- Caritots, Student Council Bernaciak, Joel ....................... 3804 Bradford, N.E. Christmas Party, Ushers, Marian, Student Council Bilsborrow, Janet ....................... 918 Merrifield S.E. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marion, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Black, Richard .............,.... ......... 3 22 Cass, S.E. Spires, Marian, Student Council Black, Sandra .... Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian Blain, Marilyn .... Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, C. C. Players Bochniok, Bernadine ,... . .. Caritots, Marian, Glee Club Bockheim, Lorraine. Caritots, Band Boes, Lawrence .... Marian Booth, Marilyn. . . Marian Bowen, Barbara. .. Christmas Party, Caritots, Bowhuis, Terrance. . Marian Boylan, Thomas ...... Student Council Breitenstein, Rosemarie. . . Breuer, Elizabeth ........ Marian . . .1754 Eastern, S.E. . . . . .337 Dickinson, S.E. Writers, Caritots, Marian . . . . .245 lane ... .1101 N. Union ...922 Underhill, S.W. .. .1048 Rathbone, S.W. ...746 Burton, S.E. . . . . .2023 Roos, S.W. ... .2201 Grand River Dr. Woodside Dr. Veto,N.W. Blue and White, Christmas Party, Marian, Student Council, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, J-Hop, Caritots Brocker, Kenneth ...................... 851 Aberdeen, N.E. Brown, Martin.. ....................... 614 Fairview, N.E. Camera Club Brown, Mary ....................... R. R. 1, Conklin, Mich. Caritots, Band, Marian, Student Council .................. Brown, Monica ...................... R. R. 1, Conklin, Mich. Writers Club, Caritots, Marian Bruckman, Donald .................... 1639 Lafayette, N.E. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Sno-Shuffle, Cross-Country, Golf, Spring Swing 7 Brzozowski, Thomas ..............,........ 939 Veto, N.W. Christmas Party, Glee Club, Mission, J-Hop, Camera Club Burchardt, Mary .lane ,,.... ............... 4 10 Sinclair N.E. Caritots, Marian, Glee Club, Student Council Bursley, Marlene .......................... 103 Elm, S.W. Senior Mixer, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, C. C. Players Burt, Dorothy ..........,,................ 609 Front, N.W. Caritots, Band, Glee Club, Marian Bydolek, James ....................,.... 520 Emerald, N.E. Christmas Party, Ushers, Band, Glee Club, Student Council Byington, John .......,.................. 322 Aurora, S.E. Christmas Party, Writers Club, Caritots, Presidents, Drama Club, Marian Club Byrne, Donald ...................... . . .1137 Union, N.E. Marian, Student Council Byrne, Joan ............................ 2537 Linden, S.E. Presidents, Marian, Student Council, Spires C Campbell, Robert ........................ 1421 Griggs, S.E. Senior Mixer, Glee, Student Council, Varsity, Spring Swing, J-Hop, Track, Sno-Shuffle Carey, Linda Lee ................,...... 1238 Monroe, N.E. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Sno-Shuffle Carmody, Thomas ..................... 221 Wellington, S.E. Ushers, Student Council, Active Altar Boy Chapla, Barbara ........................ 1336 Union, N.E. Blue and White, Senior Mixer, Writers, Student Council, Caritots, Leaders Chatlerson, Louis ................ ,..55O Milwaukee, N.W. Band, Marian Chorny, Robert ,.......................... 890 Fuller, N.E. Ushers, Band, Marian, Spring Swing, Camera Club Clare, Patricia .,....................... 1919 Valley, N.W. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Glee Cole, Rosemary .......................... 2641 Union, S.E. Writers, Caritots, Presidents, Marian, Glee, Cheerleaders, Vice- President Senior Class Cook, Ann Marie ..........,............ 3452 College, N.E. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Corsiglia, Victoria ................,........ 2242 Paris, S.E. Writers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Cheerleaders, Homecoming, J-Hop Craig, Bruce ..................,........ 222 Hampton, S.E. Senior Elections, Christmas Party, Presidents, Marian, C. C. Players, Homecom Caritots ing, Football, Basketball, Track, Swimming, Crompton, Richard ...,.................... 629 Knapp, N.E. Blue 8- While, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Senior Elections, Caritots, Marian, Glee, C. C. Players, Homecoming, Spires King, Spring Swing, J-Hop, Football, Baseball. Crompton, Robert ........................ 629 Knapp, N.E. Blue 81 White, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Ushers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop, Football, Baseball, C. C. Players, Writers Czerwinski, Shirlie ....................... B36 College, N.E. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Leaders, Band, Marian, Homecoming Czerwinski, Terrance ..., ...., ...... 1 0 11 Lafayette, N.E. French Club Czyzyk, Barbara. . . Tamarack,N.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Davidoski, Marlene. Caritots, Marian De Blaay, Thomas. Caritots De Baer, Raymond. D .. .. . . .311 Straight, N.W. . . . .. .3924 Plainfield .....................1445Spencer,N.E. Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Baseball De Lana, William.. Denhof, Louis .... Christmas Party, J-Hop, Baseball, Burton, S.E. Frances,S.E. Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Varsity, Track Dennis, Jeanne ......................... 838 Ballard, S.E. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Spires Candidate Deuling, Gerard ...........,.,...,......... 3057 Wallace Doud, Kathleen ....,....,............. 1127 Walker, N.W. Spires, Blue 81 White, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Leaders, Marian, Glee, Student Council, Homecoming, Caritots, Galla Nite De Santis, Bernard. . . .. 840 Caulfield Marian De Santis, Theresa .... ............. 8 40 Caulfield Marian, Caritots De Young, Mary.. . .. .846 Den Hertog Drive, S.W. Caritots, Marian Dietrich, Frank ..... . . ,933 Cricklewood Drive, S.W. Marian DiPiazza, Francine .... . . .24 Albany, S.W. Marian Dobrygowski, lsidore ,.,...,..........,. 1014 Crescent, N.E. Marian, Student Council, Football Mgr., Basketball Mgr., Track, Varsity Dagger, Sally ...,.....,.. ..........,... 1 035 Broadway Christmas Party, Marian Doran, John ..........,,........ 158 Woodside Drive, N.E. Blue 8. White, Caritots, Marian, C. C. Players Draugelis, Patricia ...................., 1501 Powers, N.W. Caritots, Marian, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Du Bicke, Vincent .................... 1650 Hamilton, N.W. Dykman, Colleen. . . .... 953 Sheridan, S.W. Marian E Eno, Roger .................. ...51 Leonard, N.E. Varsity, Track, Cross Country F Falicki, Jacqueline ......... . .... 1018 Tamarack, N.W. Writers, Caritots, Marian Francher, Marcia .......... ,..., 2 307 Union, S.E. Caritots, Band, Marian Feutz Sall ......,....,................ 410 Carrier NE . Y 1 - - Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Home- coming, Sna-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Fewless, Carol ............... ,...... 1 618 Hamilton, N.W. Caritots, Marian Filkins, Gloria .........,................. 803 Third, N.W. Senior Mixer, Marian, Glee, Hocecoming Court Firlik, Donald ...,.... ...........,.... 1 2 Richards, N.W. Fish, Patricia ..............,.............. 937 Elliott, S.E. Blue 8. White, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian Fitzpatrick, Patricia ......,................ 247 Henry, S.E. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian, Spring Swing, J-Hop. Ford, Jerry ............................. 551 Valley, N.W. Frenzer, Mary ................,....... 556 Glenwood, S.E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, C.C. Players Fron, Arleene .................. . . .836 Michigan, N.W. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian Fiedorowicz, James ...,.... ,,... .... 8 5 3 Lafayette, N.E. Caritots, Marian, Homecoming G Galdys, Robert .......... .. .1120 Lake Michigan Drive, N.W. Christmas Party, Glee Gaudet, Robert .,.....,................ 2055 Godwin, S.E. Blue 8. White, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Student Council, Sno-Shuffle, J-Hop, Football, Track, Marian Gedris, Marilyn ..................... 1102 Muskegon, N.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Mod- ern Dance, Glee, Student Council, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Genautis, Marilyn .................,.. 1659 Hamilton, N.W. Caritots, Marian, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Gerke, Robert, Jr. ...................... 611 Fremont, N.W. Glowacki, Thomas ........ .... 1 037 Watson, S.W. Goeldel, Thomas .......... .....,.. 5 06 Storrs, S.E. Ushers, Caritots, Marian Goldsmith, Charles ...........,,... 923 Everglade Drive, S.E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Ushers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Student Council, Cheerleaders, Sno-Shuffle, C.C. Players Golec, Joan ..........,............... 845 Jackson, N.W. Spires, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee, C.C. Players S . . . 153 Houseman, N.E. Goudzwaard, David ..............,. Marian, Student Council, Basketball Goudzwaard, Mary Jean .....,........., 153 Houseman, N.E. Grahs, Margaret ...,.... . .1239 Diamond, N.E. Writers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Student Gust, Charlene. . . . . . . . . Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian Gust, Charles .......... Hake, Suzanne ......... H Council, C.C. Players ..1004 Norwich, S.W. ..1oo4 Norwich, s.w. . . . . . .541 einen, s.s. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Student Council, Cheerleaders, Homecoming, Sna-Shuffle, Marian Hartwell, Alfred ........................ 609 Franklin, S.E. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Ushers, Caritots, Student Council Hascher, Judith ....................... 219 Straight, N.W. Caritots, Marian Hasenberg, Dolores ...................... 1700 Frances, S.E. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Student Council Havens, Russell ....................,.... 1635 Burton, S.E. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian, Glee, C.C. Players Hefferan, Rose Marie ..................... 409 Barnett, N.E. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee, C.C. Players Heibel, Patricia ...............,........ 645 Cordelia, S.W. Caritots, Leaders, Band lMaiorettel, Marian, Homecoming, Fop-Hop Candidate Henriksen, Maureen .................... 721 Lafayette, N.E. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Homecoming Herrmann, Nancy .................... 325 Glenhaven, N.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Modern Dance, Glee, Homecoming Hillis, Richard ..,....................... 460 Eleanor, N.E. Christamas Party, Ushers, Glee, Varsity, C.C. Players, Cross Country Homrich, Darlene ............... ...... 8 37 Floyd, S.W. Caritots, Marian, Student Council Horgan, William ...,.................... 117 Delony, S.W. Howe, Kathleen ..,..........,........... 111 Carlton, S.E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Modern Dance, Glee, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spires Queen Hrynchyshyn, Olga. Caritots, Marian Hufford, Evelyn. , . Marian Huizenga, Frank ........ Presidents, Marian, . . . .713 Fourth, N.W. . . .623 Lafayette, S.E. . . . .241 Corinne, S.W. Varsity, Football, Track, Student Council Herdegen, Thomas, ............ ............. 1 243 Morgan Spires, Sno-Shuffle, Football, Tennis I lacovoni, James .... . .... 59 Richards, N.W. Caritots Impellizzeri, Anthony ........... ...114O Jefferson, S.E. Spires, Ushers, Student Council J Jachim, Robert ........................... 39 Valley, N.W. Writers, Ushers, Presidents, Glee, SnosShuffle, Spring Swing, Spires, Camera Club Jacobsen, Hiordis ........................ 1012 First, N.W. Blue and White, Caritots, Marian, Student Council Jankowski, Joan ..........,......... 1117 Widdicomb, N.W. Spires, Caritots, Marian, C.C. Players, Homecoming Jason, John .,......... Ushers, Caritots, Marian Jaglowski, Thomas ...... Football, Track Jaworowicz, Dolores ..... Caritots, Student Council, Jones, Carol .,......... Marian Jorgensen, Jean. .. Caritots, Marian Joyce, Thomas ......... Caritots, Latin Club Junewick, Arnold ,..,.. Ushers, Golf Jurksaitis, Richard ......, Spires, Blue 8. White, St Club Marian udent Council, 1843 Widdicomb, N.W. . , ,717 Emerald N.E. . . , ,915 Baraga, N.E. . . .208 National, S.W. . . . .915 Aberdeen, N.E. ..4l6O Coit Road, N.E. .939 McReynolds, N.W. . . . . .108 Bowne, N.E. Camera Club, Presidents K Kaminski, Robert .... ...,... B 70 Leonard, N.E. Ushers Kampschulte, Daniel .............. 315 Ball Park Drive, N.W. Blue 8. White, Writers, C.C. Players, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian, Glee, Student Council Kanoza, Patricia ............,......,,.... 5031 Boyd, N.E. Blue 8. White, Writers, Caritots, Leaders, Marian, Student Council, C.C. Players Karston, Virginia . ...................... 883 Fourth, N.W. Caritots, Marian, Homecoming Court Kasperzak, David .................. ...952 Powers, N.W. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Writers Kaupa, Roger ....................... 1519 Broadway, N.W. Kay, Daniel ,........................... 1046 Helen, N.E. Blue 8. White, Senior Mixer, Chirstmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Homecoming, J-Hop, Track, Cross Country Keller, Agnes ........,,................. 455 Airview, S.E. Blue 81 White, Leaders, Presidents, Marian, Student Council Kendall, Ralph ....................... 1009 Scribner, N.W. Student Council Kennedy, Rosalie ................,,..... 511 Garfield, N.W. Blue 8. White, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Student Council, Mission, J-Hop Kiliszewski, Jacqueline ...,...,......... 3106 Kensboro, N.E. Writers, Caritots, Leaders, Marian, Student Council Kinney, Rosemarie .............. 3870 Three Mile Road, N.W. Writers, Caritots, Marian, Leaders Kipen, Gerald ......................... 2148 Palace, S.W. Ushers, Student Council, Spires Kirkwood, Jean ..............,, . . ,801 Garfield, N.W. Writers, Marian, Caritots Kline, Bruce ............. ...920 Chatham, N.W. Baseball, Camera Club , Klocko, Robert ........,. ...,.. 6 59 Davis, N.W. Kolorik, Paul ............ ...1832 Jefferson, S.E. Ushers, Student Council Kolenda, Carol ........ H1043 Dayton, S.W. Caritots, Marian Kolenda, David .... .... 8 19 Eastern, N.E. Student Council Kolenda, Edward ......,.....,........... 1040 Innes, N.E. Blue 8: White, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Ushers, Caritots, Band, Marian, C.C. Players, Swimming, Camera Club Kolenda, Ronald ..........,.......... 1205 Michigan, N.E. Student Council Korybalski, Dorothy .................... 908 Chatham, N.W. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Library, Student Council, Future Nurses, Mission Kosakowski, William ............ . . .605 Lafayette, N.E. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Writers Kowalczyk, Rosemarie .................. 679 Garfield, N.W. Christmas Party, Caritots, Leaders, Presidents, Glee, Student Council, Mission, J-Hop, Secretary of Senior Class Kowalczyk, William .......,..........., 1948 Haines, N.W. Glee, Mission Kowalski, Mary ..,......,..........,... 2121 Eastern, N.E. Blue 8. White Editor, Writers, Caritots, Leaders, Presidents, Marian, Student Council, J-Hop, Queen of Gala Nite Kowalski, Thomas ...............,....... 1736 Norton, S.E. Spires, Blue 81 White, Student Council, Varsity, Camera Club Kowrach, Raymond .........,......... 1005 California, N.W. Band Kozal, Elizabeth .... .... 6 54 Twelfth, N.W. Marian, Mission Krivka, Robert ........................... 322 Morris, S.E. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Ushers, Caritots, Student Council, Homecoming, J-Hop Kroon, Lawrence .............,..,...... 226 Summer, N.W. Christmas Party, Marian Krupp, Glen ....................,... 1118 Richmond, N.W. Krupp, James ........................... 2161 East Fulton Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian, Track, Swimming Kudlok, John ..........,...........,. 200 Lexington, N.W. Christmas Party, Ushers Kuligowski, Reynold .................,.... 901 Sibley, N.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Glee, Mission, Writers, L Lafata, Josephine B... ...... .... 4 25Airview, S.E. Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Homecoming Court, C.C. Players Lafata, Josephine M. ....... , ......,..... 1069 Sheldon, S.E. Caritots, Leaders, Marian, Glee, Homecoming Court, Sno- Shuffle, Spring Swing Larkin, Elizabeth ...................... 657 Parkwood, N.E. Blue B- White, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Presidents, Marian, French, Homecoming J-Hop, Student Council, C.C. Players Laufersky, George ,...,.. ......... 4 21 Marywood Drive, N.E. Leach, Phillip ..............,..,.,.... 330 Collindale, N.W. LePage, Margaret ......,,....,,.,.,.... 2248 Godwin, S.E. Caritots, Marian, Christmas Party, Homecoming Lehman, Donald ......,.......,.......,. 2154 Horton, S.E. Lenartz, Wayne ..... .... 46-39th, S.W. Presidents, French Leo, Rosalie ....... Marian . .. .31 Grove Pl., N.E. Leonard, Margaret .....,............ 1648 Seminole Rd., S.E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Marian, French, Glee, Student Council, C.C. Players Lesinski, Jerome ...,....,...,,........ 2320 Kent Blvd, N.E. Caritots, Presidents, Marian, Homecoming, Sna-Shuffle,, Spires, Spring Swing Lewakows ki, Adam ........ Caritots, Student Council Lewkaski, Thomas ........, Caritots, Football Lohr, Thomas ............ Library, Student Council Lorenski, Margaret ........ . ,.,610 Michigan, N.E. ...548 Eastern, N.E. . . . .311 Fifth, N.W. Lane,N.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Modern Dance, Glee, Future Nurses, Homecoming, Christmas Party, C.C. Players Luchessi, John .......,...,...,.,......... 421 Adams, S.E. Library, Student Council, Football M Maddox, Edward .....,................. 1209 Hovey, S.W. Christmas Party, Marian, Student Council Madura, George ..,...,...,.,...,.,.., 744 Fremont, N.W. Glee, Marian Maka, Mary ......,,......,..........,. 941 Crescent, N.E. Caritots, Marian, Student Council, C.C. Players Makarewicz, Henry ......................,. 249 Valley, S.E. Caritots Maksymowski, John. ,. Caritots, Football Maksymowski, Maxine .... Marian, Glee Mankel, Gerald .,........ Manning, Frederick. ...... . Christmas Party, Caritots, Track, Cross Country Masalkoski, Conrad ....... ..2lB Houseman, N.E. ...641 Harlan, N.E. ,.,,.,......913 Prospect, N.E. Ardmore, S.E. Student Council, Marian, J-Hop, .,.......,.228 Covell Rd., N.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Glee, J-Hop, Writers Marger, Frederick ..................,... 1905 Turner, N.W. Ushers, Student Council, Varsity, Football, Baseball Markos ky, David ........ E. Leonard Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Ushers. ...,. . . . . Markules, Richard ........ Baseball Martin, William ..,.. Caritots, Baseball Mazurkiewicz, Edward ..... Blue and White, Caritots, McCabe, Margueritte ,... . . Garfield , . . .2042 Wendover Dr., N.W. ......,..1016 Four Mile Rd., N.E. Glee .....2849 Belknap, N.E. Blue and White, Caritots, Glee McCalmont, Elmer .................... 1535 Richmond, N.W. McCormick, Thomas .......,............., 735 College, S.E. Christmas Party, Ushers, Varsity, Basketball, Golf McGavin, John. .,....... . Rosewood, S.E. Senior Elections, Blue and White, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Latin Club, Glee, Homecoming, J-Hop, C.C. Players McKinney, David .......,............,.... 340 Scott, N.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas, Ushers, Marian, Latin Club, Football McLochlin, Joanne ........ ........,...1144 Leonard, N.W. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Student Council, Future Nurses, Leaders Meholic, Andrew ....,.................. 1227 Mason, N.E. Blue and White, Ushers, Band, Varsity, Cross-Country Meinke, Bernadette ................. 1000 Muskegon, N.W. Christmas Party, Caritots, Leaders, Marian, Glee, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop, Spires Melidoni, Victoria ...................... 143 Beniamin, S.E. Caritots Milan, John ......... .... 1 47 Page, N.E. Caritots, Football Milanowski, Barbara .................... 1055 Patton, N.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Student Council Milhaupt, Marilyn ...................... 2051 College, S.E. Spires, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, C.C. Players Miller, Bonnie ...................,...... 255 Barnett, N.E. Caritots, Marian, Homecoming, Senior Mixer Miller, Patricia ......................... 44 Straight, N.W. Blue and White, Senior Elections, Writers, Caritots, Glee, Homecoming, C.C. Players, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Mohan, David ..,..................... 3450 Alpine, N.W. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Presidents, Marian, Homecoming, Student Council Mohn, Marilyn ..,...................... 515 Crosby, N.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Modern Dance, Glee, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Leaders Molter, Phyllis .......,................ 1808 Madison, S.E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Modern Dance, Glee, C.C. Players Monterusso, Donald ......................... 801 Flat, N.E. Marian Morrissey, Paul ........................ 439 Cheshire, N.E. Blue and White, Senior Elections, Band, Presidents, Student Council, Varsity, Homecoming, Track, Cross Country, Ushers Club Mudrak, Carl ..,............. .... .... 7 1 0 Emerald, N.E. Marian, Football, Swimming Myler, Robert ......,........ ...732 Rosewood, S.E. Ushers Myszka, Rita .......................... 534 Fremont, N.W. Blue and White, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Future Nurses, Homecoming Queen, Spring Swing, Student Council N Nash, Charlene ......................... 344 College, S.E. Spires, Christmas Party, Caritots, Leaders, Marian, C.C. Players, J-Hop, Writers, Library Nausadis, Margaret ........,......... 1058 Hamilton, N.W. Caritots, Marian, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, C.C. Players Nawrocki, Barbara ................ ...65O Fremont, N.W. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian Neuhaus, John ............,.....,..... 711 Gladstone, S.E. Presidents, Student Council, J-Hop, Basketball, Baseball, Varsity, Caritots, C.C. Players, Galla Nite Norman, Arlene .......,................ 2218 Godwin, S.E. Marian, Student Council, Future Christmas Party, Caritots, Nurses, Hondmaids of Mary, Homecoming Nowak, Raymond ...........,. . ........ . . .233 lves, S.W. Marian Nowicki, Marilyn ...... .................. 7 O9 Fourth, N.W. Spires, Christmas Party, Caritots, Band, Marian, Glee, Student Council, Future Nurses O Obiedzinski, Marcia ..... .. . . .233 Lane, S.W. Caritots, Homecoming Orlikowski, Thomas .... .. .1353 Bridge, N.W. Caritots Orlowski, Angeline .............. .... 4 58 Third, N.W. Spires, Marian, Student Council Oudendyk, Cornelius .... . ............. 314 Houseman, N.E. Caritots, Band, Student Council, Golf P Palazzolo, Anthony ....... . ...214 Montgomery, S.E. Marian, Student Council Palczewski, Frank ,....., .... 4 55 Fifth, N.W. Parcher, Marilyn .....,. ..... ......... 2 2 2 Sheldon, S.E. Parente, James ...,..................,., 935 Sheldon, S.E. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Varsity, Homecoming, J-Hop, Football, Basketball, C.C. Players Parrette, Patricia ....................... 1453 Fourth, N.W. Blue and White, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, C.C. Players Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Paskiewicz, Phillip. ..,..,...........,., 150 National, N.W. Christmas Party, Caritots, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, Football, Swimming Patt, Roberta .................,......... 1491 Burke, N.E. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Student Council, Homecoming, J-Hop Pavlak, Patricia .... . ....... . . . . . .Route 2, Hopkins Presidents, Spanish Club Peet, Judith ......................t...... 446 Adams, S.E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Pehr, Annette .... C. C. Players North Otillia,S.E. Blue 8K White, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Homecoming Peirce, Curtis ........................... 133 Carlton, S.E. Student Council Pequeno, Lucia .......,....,...,........... 570 Cass, S.E. Spires, Caritots, Marian, Future Nurses Perkowski, Gloria ..................... 1328 Walker, N.W. Spires, Caritots, Marian, Glee Perks, James ........,................ 221 Garfield, N.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian Permoda, Delphine .....,............... 901 Nagold, N.W. Blue St White, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Future Nurses, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Perrin, Nala .......................... 4329 Eastern, S.E. Spires, Caritots, Marian, C.C. Players, Spring Swing Peterson, Gail ........................... 222 Youell, S.E. Blue 81 White, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, C.C. Players, Latin Club Pfeiffer, Fredine ................. 1471 Three Mile Road, N.E. Spires, Chirstmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Homecom- ing, J-Hop, Fop-Hop Candidate, C.C. Players, Sno-Shuffle Puelo, John ......................... 1110 Kosciuszko, N.E. Ushers, Student Council Pound, Pamela ........................... 754 Henry, S.E. Senior Mixer, Council Powell, Yvonne ..... Caritots, Marian Prus, Kenneth .......,......... Christmas Party, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Student . . . .1325 Houseman, N.E. . . .212 Richards, S.W. Spring Swing Pulaski, George ....................... 532 Shamrock, S.W. Blue 8. White, Christmas Party, Senior Mixer, Marian, Glee, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, J-Hop, King of Gala Nite Q Quint, Elaine ....................... ...38 Janet Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian Radowski, Geraldin e ..........,......... 902 Garfield, N.W. Blue 8. White, Senior Elections, Caritots, Presidents, Marian, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, Writers, C.C. Players Radlinski, Patricia ........................ 827 lnnes, N.E. Caritots, Marian, Sno-Shuffle Ragen, Barbara ....,................... 2212 Dawson, N.E. Spires, Caritots, Marian, Future Nurses, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Rau, Phyllis ,..................,......... 130 Page, N.E. Caritots, Marian, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Redlon, Lawrence ......,.............., 100 Garfield, N.W. Rempalski, James .... ,.. ..... 143 Houseman, N.E. Homecoming Rettig, James .... .. .1021 Pulawski, S.W. Marian Reynolds, Mary.. . Caritots, Marian Reynolds, Patricia. . . .... 1129 Rathbone, S.W. ,..................1744Union Blvd.,S,E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Marian, Student Council Rich, Paul ......................... Marian, Student . . .149 Fuller, N.E. Council, C.C. Players Richmond, Margaret ................ . . .2039 Darwin, S.W. Caritots, Marian, Student Council Kieth, Jacelyn ......................,... 712 Deming, S.E. Writers, Caritots, Presidents, Marian, Glee, Student Council, Cheerleaders, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, J-Hop Robach, Mary Lynn ........., 1315 Lake Michigan Drive, N.W. Blue 8. White, Caritots, Marian, Glee, Student Council Robert, Gerrard ......................... 1724 Linden, S.E. Blue 8- White, Christmas Party, Writers, Marian, Student Council Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, J-Hop Rohloff, John ............,.........,. 1110 Harding, N.W. Blue 8- White, Student Council Rohloff, Kay ............,... ,,..... , .758 Leonard, N.E. Spires, Christmas Party, Marian, Homecoming, Spring Swing, C. C. Players Rose, Sharon ....................... 651 McReynolds, N.W. Spires, Christmas Party, Caritots, Glee, Future Nurses Royce, James .........,....,.......... 913 Arlington, N.E. Marian Russell, Richard ....................... 144 Garfield, N.W. Blue 8. White, Senior Mixer, Caritots, Presidents, Marian, Homecoming, J-Hop, Golf, Writers Ryan, Nancy .......................... 1700 Willard, S.E. Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, French, Glee, Home- coming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Rysko, Joan ..............,...... 301 Ball Park Blvd., N.W. Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Spring Swing S Saganski, Stanley ....... . ...54B Emerald, N.E. Marian, Camera Club Salik, Margaret ........ ,... 7 38 Crosby, N.W. Caritots, Marian Salmen, Eleanor .................... 7064 Silver Lake Drive Caritots, Marian, Student Council Scheidel, Richard ................. .... 9 20 Alpine Church Marian, Student Council Schmuker, David ...... . . . . . . .437 Shirley, N.E. Golf Schmuker, Yvonne ............, ..1733 Godfrey, S.W. Marian, Caritots, Homecoming Schneider, Norma ................ ...... B yron Center Marian, Library, Student Council Schullo, Joyce ...................... Caritots, Marian, Glee Club, Student Schumaker, Robert. Spires, Varsity, Baseball Seiat, Ronald ..... Student Council Slovinski, Carl ..., Marian, Football Slowinski, Elaine. .. . . . .854 Second, N.W. Council, Future Nurses . . .2042 Melita, N.W. . . . .517 Burke, N.W. . . .853 Spring, N.E. . . . . . .742 Fremont, N.W. Party, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Mission, Homecoming Court, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Smith, Ronald ................,....... 7226 Fremont, N.W. Spires, Christmas Snyder, Sandra .... ...................... 3 60 Janet, S.E. Marian Soape, Joan ............ .... 3 349 Division, S.W. Spires, Caritots, French Sommerdyke, Joan ......................... 222 Fox, S.W. Blue and White, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee Club, Student Council Soules, Elaine ....................... 1236 Bradford, N.W. Sowle, Peter .....,..................... 1717 Linden, S.E. Senior Mixer, Varsity, Sno-Shuttle, Football, Basketball, Baseball Spendow, Judith ...............,... 1156 Hiaeshutter, N.W. Blue and White, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Spinski Mary ....................... 1840 Burlingame, S.E. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian Sremba, Ronald .................. Marian . . .319 Gunnison, S.W. Stanitzek, Marian ...................... 749 Douglas, N.W. Spires, Caritots, Marian, Student Council Stasiukinas, Carol ................ . . .1017 Muskegon, N.W. . . . . . .1139 Wheller S.W. Steffes, Erma .................... Spires, Christmas Party, Caritots, Student Council Steffes, Pauline ............... , . . Christmas Party, Caritots, Marion Stellino, Josephine. . . . . . .127 Hastings, N.E. 246 Powell S.E. Stora, Arlene. .. .. .411 Bradford, N.E. Marian Stoulen, James .... ..... 2 113 Eastern, S.E. Strek, Linda .... .... 1 267 Buterworth, S,W Stroh, Roger ............ .......,.. 1 O50 Parkhurst, N.W. Sullivan, Narcene ...,.......,.,....,. 853 Tamarack, N.W. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Mission, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Surman, Gerald ..............,....... 537 Houseman, N.E. Caritots, Marian, Football Swiech, Christine ..........,........... 711 Garfield, N.W. Caritots, Glee, Student Council, Fop-Hop Queen Sytek, Sandra .......,......,....... 1653 Bridge Rd., N.W. Marian, Glee, Future Nurses T Tamburello, Rose ,............. . . .27 Shelby, S.W. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian Tanis, Florence .......,........ ...B57 Hazen, S.E. Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian Tarasiewicz, Mary Lou ......... .... 5 113 Carson, S.W. Marian Tarchinski, Peter ..... ..... 2 24 lves, S.W. Tennis Taylor, Bernice... . , .1531 Godfrey, S.W. Marian, French Taylor, Maureen .............,.......... 722 Lincoln, N.W. Spires, Christmas Party, Marian, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle Theeringer, Margaret .................. 868 Beechwood, N.E. Blue and White, Caritots, Marian, Sno-Shuffle Thomas, Theodore ,...,.............,.... 727 Eleanor, N.E. Marian Thompson, Therese ....................... 1106 Dallas, S.E. Marian, Student Council, Future Nurses Thrall, James ............................ 66 Auburn, S.E. Blue and White, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Ushers, Caritots, Glee, C.C. Players, Spring Swing, Track Thrall, William ,.......... ............. 6 51 Rosewood, S.E. Blue and White, Writers, Caritots, Presidents, Marian, Glee Club, Varsity, Homecoming, Sna-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop, Tennis, President of Senior Class Tietema, David ...... .................... 6 3 Burton, S.W. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Varsity, Football, Track, J-Hop Tofel, Mary Ellen ,............. ........ 1 46 Carrier, N.E. Senior Mixer, Student Council Tolodziecki, Gordon ............... 421 Kendalwood Dr., N.E. Tomaiczyk, Charles Jr. ................. 805 Van Buren, N.W. Spires, Ushers, Student Council, Varsity, Presidents, Football, Baseball Trizna, Evalds ............,... . . . .413 Scribner, N.W. Spires Trussell, Patricia ..................... 1330 Richmond, N.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee Club, Spring Swing, CC Players Tursky, Rosemarie ..............,......... 825 Front, Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee Club, Student Council N.W. U Uzarski, Barbara .......................,. 903 Ninth, N.W. Spires, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Homecoming, Snoe Shuffle, J-Hop, Spring Swing V Vainavicz, Benedict. . . . . .1401 Hamilton, N.W. Student Council Vander Baan, Maxine ............. ...957 Bridge, N.W. Blue and White, Caritots, Marian Vander Werf, Janice ............. ...939 Chatham, N.W. Caritots, Marian VanEck, Richard ...... ..... 1 8 Lexington, S.W. Caritots, Marian VanHoeck, Charlene .....,.......... 3143 Midland Drive, S.E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Future Nurses, Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament, Christmas Party Vanloo, Sandra ...................... 1710 Margaret, S.E. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Student I Spires, Senior Mixer, Caritots, Leaders, Marian, Student Council, Council Future Nurses, Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament VanMale, Joan ..............., 1314 Maple Row Drive, N.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian, Glee Club Varano, Peter ..............,........... 124 Franklin, S.E. Student Council, Varsity, Track, Cross Country Verbrugge, James ...................... 1661 Franklin, S.E. Spires, Ushers, Student Council Vogt, Charles .......,............,. 2018 Oakwood, N.W. Voltz, Richard ....................... 2120 Audoban, S.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Marian, Student Council, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing W Wagner, Donna. .. ... , . .581 Harlan, N.E. Marian Wagner, Judith ........................ 3316 McKee, S.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Leaders, Marian, Library, Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament, Spring Swing, CC Players Wagner, Mary Camille ................. 517 Houseman, N.E. Spires, Caritots, Marian, Harndmaids of the Blessed Sacrament Walberer, James ......................,.. 1419 Hope, S.E. Christmas Party, Homecoming, Spring Swing, J-Hop, Track Walczewski, Kenneth ........,,......,... 720 Fremont, N.W. Caritots, Marian Walker, Helen ........,.................. 1294 52nd, S.E. Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Future Nurses, Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament Walsh, Bert .................. ,..... 2 27 Wellington, S.E. Radio Club, Band Walton, Kenneth ....................... 2517 Mildred, S.E. Blue and White, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Writers, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Homecoming Warner, Madelyn ..........,..,........, 2618 Almont, S.E. Spires, Caritots, Marian, Library, Future Nurses, Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament Watson, Joan .,....,...........,...... 1634 Monroe, N.E. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee Club Wauchope, John .....,.......,........ 1654 Oswego, N.W. Weber, Patricia .,...,................ 1962 Hendrick, S.W. Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots Weny, Maxine .................. 1744 Alexander Road, S.E. Spires, Caritots, Marian Werk, Mary .......................... 1500 Sherman, S.E. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Marian, Glee, Student Wilks, John. .,.. ....................... 6 30 Barnett, N.E. Christmas Party, Marian, Varsity, Football, Track Willacker, Paul ........................ 543 Dickinson, S.E. Marian, Homecoming King, Varsity, Football, Spring Swing, J-Hop Wisneski, Jerome ......................... 40 Valley, S.W. Spires, Writers, Ushers, Marian, Glee Club, Student Council, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, Baseball, Active Altar Boy Wisnewski, Michael ...............,...... 630 Grand, N.E. Spires, Christmas Party, Ushers, Marian Wisniewski, Mary Lou ..................... B73 Fifth, N.W. Withey, Joan ...,.........,........ 1002 Northlawn, N.E. Blue and White, Caritots, Marian, Student Council, Future Nurses, Spring Swing Wittgens, Elizabeth ........ ...., .... 1 O 45 Alpine, N.W. Student Council Wittkowski, Donald ........ Marian, Varsity, Football . . .130 Rose, S.W. Wolf, Kathleen .......,................ 1950 Havana, S.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Christmas Party, Caritots Y Yowaish, Charlotte ..............,...... 1148 Turner, N.W. Spires, Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Library, Glee, Student Council, Future Nurses, Spring Swing Z Zamiara, Patricia ......,....,............ 656 Fourth, N.W. Spires, Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Glee Club, Student Council, Homecoming Zawistowski, Phyllis .................... 958 Scribner, N.W. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing Zielinski, Rose Marie .,...,........... 629112 Oakland, S.W. Caritots, Leaders, Student Council Zigus, Delores ..........,........ ..1323 Hamilton, N.W. Caritots, Student Council Zimmer, Lois ..........,........ .... 1 719 Berkley, S.W. Christmas Party, Caritots, Marian Zomberg, Paul. ................,.,, 644 Maridell Pl., N.W. French Club, C.C. Players Council, Music, Homecoming, Sno-Shuffle, Spring Swing, J-Hop Zych, Mary Lou ........... .. .816 Eighth, N.W. Wesholski, Claire .............,,...... 1428 Fremont, N.W. Marian Spires, Senior Mixer, Caritots, Marian, Library, Glee, Student Zydor, Dolores... ...736 Second, N.W. Council, Future Nurses Marian 1 , Q, ff L 1 is l 3 x gc, J i sl-V kv I A A' XF ? K Ny iQ A u LRF 1 X e ' f' x 'J 5 'N rs i xl '.c ' l " X, J X . Vg Aur RAP:-I My I Qwf 4 oe sr N' ,Q if M M AM ,W X, J if ff ff fbywg? M wCJC, s9fi,y , M , l WAWIJ Mplfiffn W W,gyfff g WXQ-NW Q , y Q Z W? Xi xp GY if 2747425 7 V336 N253 W V wx! ' . ASW?" fwfi 77 'W f ff W W?f'5fZ77wf 9 1 qi 15 W-Aj' Mifgyfyffwy W wmv wg fyydnw? 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A - lx ' ' c, ung., R. Uvbumkt A. vmrmemn o v a icz . Tm i W x fn. N- s N CAROLYN ORLOSKI f 'cf N-:rf Q h . L - K sig Carolyn Orloski, a SOPhomore from West Catholic L' VNU' H it ' V W K' "G"Gefm' Central, died Saturday, November 20, i954 of leu- kemia after an illness of only four months. ft , X 1 'i Kind, cheerful, industrious Carolyn, Sodalist and true A , W QF A 'Y 'T 1 "-"9 child of Mary, was 'Faithful to her First Saturday Holy 1 , --7? , ' "H Mass with Holy Communion. May she rest in peace. : - , ' 'XJ N it 1' P -ut. - ref. OG E mn sem.-Q F v Ji Q. WIFI , -F-' K A3 X ' at 'f' A " 'fx' -'S ii wi? v 8, 3: R N' -. w , ' -" wx, 'vw X ',,- ZX K Q -fl!! iv --1 K, . Q ,. , ' Q " X ,Q-1-1-1 X , L ...px K L . I X it -L Y ' K llis .1 5 -'aw v. rg.,-, cv mini-tg, Z v lf, D. Vnuie E Wage-J' Lwqgner B. Walcott A. Walker J. Walker - l ii C. X A, h . ,. X 'if' 'Q-'14 fi 'id we .-" fi? - 7 .2 a --f 1 '-it M ,qi I 1, , t s N"--I ke X ,J s Wx? . K. ' ,l X. "' sm, - sg' H a - I up of - S . 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S 4. - - 1 -' i ,Q X . v S, M Wx X - A N. 3 ef . 'g 1 ' J .. ser: . M, " .X K x V i sg ' Lg ' H ,.,. i ' i . tl R L. 'x Fm ESS ' ,X D, Pause T. Persni C. Permoda G. Permodo 5, pun, p- p,,,,,,,kg 4? V Sl-5 'TW K A, M155-ICI - 4' .. 'FT K 1. J rameoae 'WN5 Vg: k A E Ownarzct ,.-,Q f Sz .uk H. Ptlilomfi Q V .""'.3 L D. Piechoiki Brozozowski receives expert advice from R. Black as R. Russell, J. Royce, and F. Dietrich concentrate on their plates. 'T -0'-s ISS v--y .3 A K M, Nagar ' A 454 ke.: A v Nur: , Q .. 'Y' hu 1, E. Owuarza G36 1' B. Pa wieskr 'Q-1' 2:1 1, Padua -' as 1 1 L R. Plachocki it-aw K.PIaf1e xg Sas X l.Polega M.Pcpe 40 'X 3' 5,356-1 -3 '34 '- '55 AH If , -f-Q, I ., ,e .1 1 JL i . -4 n x k r . K 3. J, Pnposki 5, Powell pl pmwdzg-K X Pmschcr R. Pnddy M. Promiuska Y. Przybysz R Pink p p,y,,a .. ' i in -Q I .awmg sag .Q .1-Q 1 :HQ cf, ,Mg -+5 5 'Za -- Q, J 5, f - fy k -up :L , -ur. 1 'V '14 ' 'Er -Q 5 , . sf '-7' 4 -7 ...7 , Q .B K I .W E V K XI, . 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Zappa 43 B i I , A .J f.. fo M I 9' wf fi C ff e'-Nm if if f zf 5 4 f' f 1 I I I ' dy! Qfzi-fl m, "':5?a-siff ' wx., O - -.A xnxx. X' . M N f X X i . .A I N ff' ' I Q ff: 'V V B33 haf Zjfdiwj JM ,, ' V,-W 7 lowly ffm - A key to Christian Soffleelx f X14 I lfwjfwif One of the best ways to get along with people is through practice. As students we work side by side with many types of people in various activities- clubs, dances, school projects. Our experience in meeting social problems and sharing responsibility creates a new awareness of the people and issues existing around us, and thus helps build good citizens. We develop socially and learn the qualities of un- selfishness, tact, and tolerance. We learn to make God a part of our daily life. The experience and chor- U' R m , - acter traits gained in high school ogre a key to our A A ! If place in Christian society. P7 JA JA KJ , .if X x i J x ,J Qjl X yt fl bl Jx 0' lx -ff r: 0 0 l QR l JJ 9 I 5 0 " A i- 9 f ll .lx 'fl i is xl X N 'gl lm xx 'jp iv -r W i I N- S? all lm ' ' J J fr- " Q l JJ 1 X Af 13 Sl 'Tl YN .l 4' i Q jf bg I f if if ,jg X X. I f JL ,. fry- g, ,Lis Y I 7 V ry ,X J . H , LLL L LLLL , ,fH , J - I , - 'fv ' K X in . , 5 g f 1 , t'-. I 'f xx V E A X ,yvt ,. V ' 'Q K . 1 'N X l I l J I V ff! fx? ,ffl cf K .VX 1 X ,fyf,1,M! fp-' X fl ,H fl' f WV" lf-xx WLZQ J Jvff 'ff ,fl N LL fx V ,Mb If ll IQ ,J ,7 L, f X I Nic f A V Ll f f' fav 1 f lflkf, V 1 Q 1 f L 'A f ' ff W ,' f if ,I f I' Lf W ' LXLGIJ LL? IC L AN vf fig! !YlL , 1, 1 1 J A f L' Z! 6 if 1 J X lx f ,wf KT ' ' 1 f Q X X I i f X XXX Xp BHXAF R, x H f ? mix X' R vt , 1 X ! 1ErxK VJ kv Q fx y v 1 R: Q T K N-X Xi I f 1 ' J f ,E V XM X ,, ' w X c 5 " 'Q Rm U Q l :gs X X Lv Y x X x X X XJ - XX N -I, - X KN Xa M , 9 J 1 -Z1 t K' 5 V 4 I L 5 V-"" N X Q rl If p 'r xxx' ,uf 1-'--3' X xx C, f - X px tt' N.-'M is I i ,- 4 I j All J? N!! F... It 52 Q WN ' 'ft QL ' jf! !-" S Q J 5 Nl R fl 1 Rig X A X I I xxx Q Q ,lv "1 I , s 3 T A W- 'f V if ... at 5 'X X . ' - , V W AF-Q X -- N X :Sv K XE 'il :- . -A K xx X- .X ,. I f w Q X5 T ' 5 '9 Q ' XR Cx 1 I' Q- L YQ X Nfl' f ri -T--is ,...- EE X il. ' i. ,...""..'Z- K X X3 Y wx ' N K A t-lf: , H ' V K ? Tw. 'Q xi' V - -1: W X, v 4 i Hw " L, ' F1 NS K -XM ' A' jf! ,xi un L K CATHOLIC CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL GRAND RAPlDs,Mlcl-IIGAN W? Sllllllll lllill Top left: The McComs-Vote for the Irish. Paul Morrissey, Pat Miller, Rosemary Cole. Top right: The Krwt'ers-Don't be bitter . . . vote Krwt'er! Rosemary Kowalczyk, John Wilks, Geraldine Radowski, Bill Thrall. gg ,lA lyk ' 4 5 T vip H mix YH vga at ff wo? QS The fun filled Senior Elections began October 8, when the candidates were nominated. Things got into full swing, political parties were chosen, platforms written up and speeches prepared. Candidates were Paul Morrissey, Rosemary Cole, Pat Miller, and Bruce Craig. The opposing party, the Krwt'ers was led by Bill Thrall, Rosemary Kowalczyk, Geraldine Radowski, and John Wilks. October il, gaily decorated cars, filled with campaigning seniors, paraded up and down Sheldon Avenue. After the last burst of campaigning the win- ners were chosen, Bill Thrall, Rosemary Cole, Rose- mary Kowalczyk, and John Wilks. Slllllll Mlllll eagic. Co-chairmen George PUlUSki and Sally Feutz Filled with the holiday spirit new friends and old mingled and danced to the rhythmical strains of a mystery band. The brilliant orange, yellow and brown crepe streamers 'Furnished a highly decorative atmos- phere to this November evening. Entertainment to rival the brilliance of the eve- ning was provided by the comedy act of Berles' and Russell, the singing of Joan Van Male, Kathy Wolf and Pat Weber, and the lively dancing of Pat Reynolds. Our co-chairmen, Sally Feutz and George Pula- ski, deserves a well earned hand for this success. 47 955 FE sa MQ if WM 1 if . Q . ,Q sg A i x QX A ' . gk Y- Sfkfi wx X SQ X XS., Q 3,5 ik X N I llllllllllllll On the cold brisk night of Nov. 5 after a victorious game at Houseman Field, students and alumni gathered in the Black and Silver Room. The Co-chairmen Geraldine Ra- dowski and Paul Morrissey had planned an evening of sparkling en- tertainment and dancing to the soft music of Tony Horvath. Intermission ceremonies were marked by the coronation of Rita Myszka and Paul Willacker as Home- coming Queen and King. A song by Katy Doud, a dance by Pat Parrette and Lily Larkin and Bill Thrall's and John McGavin's version of Romeo and Juliet all helped to make this a Homecoming to remem- ber. Queen and court: J. Brown, E. Slowinski, J. White, King Paul, Queen Rita, G. Filkins, V. Karsten and J. laFota. Queen R. Myszka, King P. Willacker help Co- Chairmen G. Radowski and P. Morrissey decorate. v-.., X x , 1 si , -V lllll llll lllllllll lllllllS at G4 113 Q.. N , X X X. , ..,- .,.i.i,,XN?g.imm--. , QS 3xXa:sg'S ,A .M so .. 9 x , .AM s Q.,N.w,i - New-C ..,XX , .-A.W,sm M- 'ts Y , A -t -wtxegwv 4 X ,Mamie ,S Hm-m-m-rn? 50 Besides putting out the Catholic Central paper the Blue and White staff pre- sented the last social event of January, the annual Blue and White Capers. Decked in appropriate blue and white streamers and past editions ofthe school paper the C.C. gym provided the scene for a gay and entertaining evening. The obiect of everyone's thanks at the close of the evening were the co-chairmen, Rosalie Kennedy and Dan Kampfschulte. ElllllEllll.E llllll The Senior Christmas party was held December l9 in the school cafeteria. An annual event, it proved to be one of the merriest and most spirited. The commendable entertainment included a Marine hymn sung to Father Yager, and was highlighted by an inspiring Nativity scene. The seniors received a double treaty one from Ed lSantal Pickard who distributed gifts, and one from Father John who served cake on his birthday. The night concluded with a weary but satisfied senior class returning home after an enioyable evening. Sincere thanks to the co-chairmen of our Christmas Party, Dave Tietema and Annette Pehr v' 41' , -2 5 uv. A, Q Q 1. Q, " xy, fl? K M . .. . . . Oh come let us adore Him E U I 1 .W X, Lf ww , in , gr, J, 'wg ,gr iiffmfg fig ' f Eg I fl Y 2. mf' 2 -W , hx, in Q , Z K , , Qi Q :V , Ang fi M xx Q aww W 517, J xfr UM ' 1 ' K 'V wk" V 'fha .. , W. uh ,yafi uf ft 7 A ,, .I . M. , X21 asm!! ,ww XSL ' b 'F K Iii Q '01 FM A ,, 2 fm S E I S X s i ffm. . X N , N W' SM +- . KN . ' ' 5 fafxg S . X I S! x fd' xi Q, ix x Q x x .V ,X .,,, .R 5 Q ..,, iw , ' Q Lg , Q XX x Q X 5 f 5 A llllllllll in the morning of January 24 Nine o'clock Cathedral was filled with Saint Andrew's serious minded Catholic Central students h ' s iritual selves. onsisted of prayer, meditation, and conferences by Father Mc- eager to remodel t err p The three day retreat c Quillen retreat master, and was climaxed by confession and Holy Communio ary 28, nineteen hundred students had gained a realization of the infinite value of the ' d Catholic Fa holier, more Catholic lives. n. By Janu- ith, and left, resolving to lea t' the West Side Retreat. Father Boucher conduc ing Senior girls are g reatly interested in what Father 53 has to say C0-Chairman Robert Campbell: "Attention Freddy". SNUeSiiHiHi Big smiles chest to the success of fhe dance. Co-Chairman Fredine Pfeiffer: "Over and ouf". The Block and Silver Room in the process of being decorated. if' N .I-AT Publicity chairman Dan Kaye's mobile advertising unit Led by Co-Chairmen Fredine Pfeilter and Robert Campbell, committee members planned the '55 Sno-Shuffle. The afternoon of February l2th found the Black and Silver Room echoing with Seniors cutting, pasting, and hammering to the accompaniment of a piano, horns, and drums, as the entertain- ment rehearsed. At nine o'clock amid red hearts and white lace the floor filled with couples dancing to the music of Johnny Smith. Entertainment included "Melody of love" by Joan White, "Mobile" by Robert Campbell, a skit by Pat Miller, Robert Gaudet, John Byington, and a number by Paul Morrisey, Don Firlik, Larry McFarland, and Ton Winstrom on the clari- t. lt was tol- net drums, piano, and trumpe lovied by the crowning of Spires Royalty Kathy Howe and "Big Bud" Crampton. When the music ended the '55 Sno-Shuffle was a Valentine dance to remember. Smiles from Spires King and Queen Richard Crompton and Kathy Howe Joan Golec, chairman Sally Feutz, and Pat Fitzpatrick make favors for the girls. my s Paul Morrissey and Don Firlik beat it out for Entertainment chairman Bill Berles. f , K s 39,63 Aga' Sljxysyf s f Q Q, qvubqoxk , f' ,Jeff ,Mp .. Q? g f v ..w X L45 ij 2 I ii .u-.Q be ,K , LQ , J I 5 -,Z ,V G. 'war n L f ,ff w' 1'-U ' Q' N 4, 1 ' 7,555 4.0 Q 'View N- Q' -:D : , 'T 2' I Q 1,' --' -I 5 , , ga' . 3- i Q N Job 5 ' -Ss' fc, fp IDX ll '-Q1 -1 Q JW X1 U , x ' 3 . - I X' V7 N s g xr-' 1 Xp i Q . ': .." A , jx .xx fx . vi' My 'S Rr-79 yy 'lyfm l X ' XM .Z 31 ' - ANG' G, - N 5 C 5 V 3 Ky ,ff XXVIII? r EI XQNFNN X i N AX If-1' i J 4 V 0 J NUWGWOJ Q. ,K I E N V I I ' : - - 5- lags 'J fb flbvamc 'Md ... J an , , , I 4 jf Aw " -'- Q! 1 XL f - 1. QLfg'fLZf4L iam' ,,---- 1' ' L 4, E '-:J ,, i i i G N 7 .L 1. i T15 x xx NX ,I X, V eff-" Ia! Money burns a hole in my pocket. Night of prizes, night of laughter, night of friend- ship, night of empty pockets and iingling cigar boxes, so goes the tale. Financially, it was the biggest bazaar ever held at Catholic Central. Socially, it was one of the friendliest. Popular George and Mary. Congratulations from chairman John. The popularity contest came back this year. The favorites of the students, Mary Kowalski and George Pulaski, were presented at the festival. Co-Chairman John Neuhaus and Katy Doud really put this Gala-Nite over with a bang! If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. I' MC Mike Velez, Co-chairmen Jackie Reilh, John Neuhaus. Curtain call. 1 The J-Hop of '54 testified to the fine potential abili- ting into which M. C. Mike Velez genially introduced ties of the future seniors. Co-chairmen Jackie Rieth the sparkling entertainment of song, dance, and com- and John Neuhaus supervised the committees in plan- edy. The mellow tones ofthe Rhythmaires provided a ning the theme, "Springtime", Trellises arrayed with pleasant atmosphere for the merry whirling couples. spring flowers created the picturesque seasonal set- Truly, this was a fine start for the Class of '55. Conrad Masalkowski and Richie Russel, "And now a word from brother George", Our genial MC Mike Velez. ,..-u if .aww mm., Mvwwfswwmwmmv W s, ,Q H A , ms.. X W , ' ' 'mmwwmwwxwmwqwwm Our Chapel Many found it refreshing to slip into the chapel to spend a few moments with their God. There, troubled minds were eased, spirits lifted, cmd students obtained a brief respite from the busy world in the quiet interior of the chapel. Confession was available and Mass was celebrated weekly. Pence-in His Blessed Presence at Fr. John celebrates Mass v-sw Wt' 3 .f e President Bill Thrall addresses the President's Club. Writer's Club Officers: R. CramptOY1, P- R. Russell, G. Radowski. President's Club This new club consists of senior class officers, officers of the Student Council, editors ofthe Spires, and Blue and White staffs, and presidents of other clubs. lt is supervised by Mr. Geary, Sr. Damien, and Sr. Joannes. This group nominates committee chairmen for the senior social events and acts as an intermediate between the faculty and the student body. Their main proiect this year was a grotto built in honor of Our Lady. Writer's Club With Fr. Joseph Murphy directing, and R. Russell, President, G. Radowski, Vice-President, P. Molter, Secretary, and R. Crampton, Treasurer, presiding, the writer's club produced articles concerning activities and events at C.C. which appeared in the Youth Parade. The most important task for the hard working group was devising the theme and writing the script for Class Nite. Writer's Club meets in 401. Molter, S 'ul 'H wha ro 'ffl F' N 'ff wiv 1 if .wsifm aw- l In-is-.Q Students who participated in the Marian Year pilgrimage. l Ma rlan Club The Marian Club consists of students who by frequent attendance at Mass, reception of the sacraments, and the daily rosary, strive to increase devotion to Mary. lt was organized under the supervision of Sister Edwin and the leadership of John Byington, Susan Hake, Shir- ley Bartz, and Robert Gaudet. Because of the large membership, the club was divided into four groups. During the school year the Marian Club carried on such activities as a Marian Year pilgrimage, the annual tea, and the May Crowning. i.. t's. 5 v 3 Marian Club officers: J. Byington, Presi- dent, S. Hake, Vice- President, S. Bartz, Secretary, R. Gau- det, Treasurer. 'AO Mary, we crown thee with blossoms today". T. Brozozowski, J. Doran, G. Madura, D, Mohan, B. DeSan- tis, R. Gaudet, J. Byington, S. Hake, S. Bartz, J. Schullo, P. Radlinski, A. Baar, P. Pound, C. Yowa- ish. C. Kubiak, P. Koicec, Trees., D, Kuklewski, Vice-Pres., T. Madura, Sec., J. Connell, E. Faucz, J. Krytier, M. Kwiatkowski, back: D. Truszkowsky, G. Roys, N. Filzsimmons. Mission Club , Prayer, study, and sacrifice: These are the mediums through which the West Catholic Central Mission Club works. According to their director, Sr. M. Vincentta, S.S.N.D., they are helping in some small way to bring non-Catholics into the Church. Handmaids of Mary The Handmaids of Mary make rosaries and badges for the New Mexican missions. Approximately one Rowl M Taylor l Miklusicak B Row 2 P Varano J Pulte G. Potter Pres D. Duemler- E Gilbert thousand rosaries, scapulars and badges have been distributed this year. Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament The Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament, super- vised by Sr. M. Evangeline, O.P., keep the sacristy and chapel neat, lay out the priest's vestments, and prepare the altar for Holy Mass. Walker J Wagner 1 . , . , . -- : . , . ,M. Maltley, K. Van Gesselg M. Praetz, . Wolters, J. Moore. Row 4: M. Warner, C. Van Hoeck, S. Van Loo, M. Wagner H Caritots Club Giving needed clttection, entertainment, and helping the homeless children at St. John's is the main purpose of this Club. Listed among the varied activities undertaken by the club was a Christmas Party for the children of the home and a successful clothing drive for the benefit of needy children in New Mexico. Many more works of Catholic Action are being carried on through the Caritots Club along with their brclnch, the Leaders. Sr. Joannes, adviser, together with the oFFicers, Bruce Craig, Katie Doud, Bettey Breuer, and John Neuhaus, have worked hard to make every proiect successful. Members ot the Leaders' group with their Lenten proiect: Front: E. Larkin, E. Breuer, R. Ken- nedy, A. Keller. Back: P. Parrette, J. Dennis, J. Peel, V. Corsiglic, P. Trussel, M. Kowalski, B. Chapla, M. Hendrik- Sen. UNI xy' Officers of the Caritots: J. Neu- haus, Treasurer, E. Breuer, Secre- tary, B. Craig, President, and K. Doud, Vice-President. Santa Ed Pickard presents Mike a gift at the Coritots' Christmas Party for the St. John's orphans. low I: J. Throll, J. Eernaciak, J. Kudlack, President Charles Tomjaczyk, Vice-President P. Morrissey, J. Jason, T. Carmody, A. lm- nellizzeri. low 2: A. Hartwell, J. Bydolek, R. Crampton, R. Jochim, E. Kolenda, R. Chorney, R. Myler, A. Junewick, P. Kolarik, G. Kipen, R. frivka. low 3: R. Kaminski, M. Wisnewski, T. Goeldel, J. Verbrugge, D. McKinney, F. Marger, T. McCormick, J. Wisneski, D. Morkoski, x. Meholic, J. Piela, R. Hillis. Aissing from picture D. Kolendo. Ushers Club Proving able escorts for the student body at various assemblies was the duty of the Ushers Club. The members carried out this assignment with utmost effi- ciency, enabling students to be seated properly and smoothly. The club was under the direction of Charles Tomaiczyk, President, and Paul Morrisey, Vice-Presi- dent, and supervised by Sister M. Damien, O. P. Library Club With President Margaret DeVries and Vice-Presi- clent Charlene Nash leading, the Library Club proved invaluable in helping our librarians, Sister Rose Car- lita and Sister Rose lmelde. Their purpose was to foster appreciation and interest in literature and to enrich their own lives and the lives of the library users, to which end they were very successful. s w ,ow fi? EQ .. ' F fi .yd fs R Y gtk? X Q. g Q -Q p ..iLi.' Hifi? yi? ' IL s. ,,, ,A , "That was an expensive cigarette,"sobs J. E. Larkin, D. Mohan, F. Huizenga, A. Keller, Student Councillor J. Bydolek on duty Rettig as he receives a dollar fine from Stu- R. Myszka, and some members of the Student dent Councillor T. Kowalski. Council. The Student Council The Student Council is organized each year for the benefit of the student body. To maintain and develop cooperation and order throughout the school is their chief aim. Their duties consist of conducting classes when the teacher is not present and keeping order in the corridors. The monthly meetings demonstrate one ofthe outstanding qual- ities ofthe group, their moral leadership. Guiding the student body are: President, Frank Huizenga, Vice-President, Elizabeth Larkin, Agnes Keller, Secretary, Rita Myszka, Treasurer, David Mohan. 64 C C Players li? A new club, the C.C. Players, ioined the ranks ofthe organiza- "Gaius my son . . . Stephen, R. Crompton Claudia, P. Molter, March P. Miller, Gaius, C. Gold smith, Pilate, J. Byington. Officers of C.C. Players: J Neuhaus, P. Miller, J. Mc Gavin, K. Rohloff. tions at Catholic Central in l955. Begun in February, it present- ed a timely Lenten dramatization, "The Crown of Thorns." Credited with guiding the club is Sister M. Adorine, assisted by the following officers: President, John McGavin, Vice-Presi- dent, Pat Miller, Secretary, Kay Rohlott, and Treasurer, John Neuhaus. Music Graduate Mary Werk gave a Piano Graduation Re- cital May 8, at the St. Cecilia Music Studios, Ransom, N. E. Rt. Reverend Msgr. Wm. J. Murphy conferred the honor. Mary played a ten-piece memorized program, including a Bach Prelude and Fugue, three movements of a Beethoven Sonata and pieces from the Romantic and Modern Periods of Music. Mary was the first Diploma Candidate in Grand Rapids to enter the National Guild's Piano Playing Auditions. "Yea, music is the prophet's art, Among the gifts that God hath sent, one of the most magnificent." 65 M . . Ot!! -me sxaaw. sz., 2-OW B. - A key to Christian Living WJSQQV ,. 01 U bfi 3 . The key, rich in symbolism, basically signifies power- power to open, to close, to possess, to deprive, to interpret, ' to atune. All of these powers have become our heritage through Catholic education. Catholic has not opened to us M the doors of Truth and Knowledge by closing against us' those of Falsehood and Error, but rather by teaching us to know Truth, to posses lt, and use It to fight Falsehood and Error. Our mind, spirit,and body have been trained to meet the day when we must enter a career, a profession, or a vocation, prepared to carry on a successful living in peace- ful brotherhood with our fellowman. A Christian moral and spiritual life, possessed of the in- tegrity of Faith and the steadfast love of God, which makes us look beyond this life to our final goal and purpose - F this is the key to Christian living X i ill v wi iw SQNiSll T Q Ellis s N53 T xi QE is l Front row: M. Grahs, K. Howe, P. Zcimiara, M. Bursley, J. Golec, D. Burt, Sr. Anna Marie O.P., T. Brzozowski, A. Meholic G Pulaski J Bydolek, A. Babinski, B. Meinke, J. Watson, J. Van Male, R. Cole, P. Clare, J. Lo Fatta. Second row: R. Hitlis, D. Kampfshulte, R. Jachim, R. Campbell, R. Crompton, B. Craig. SCENE FROM "PIRATES OF PENZANCE Major General, J. Schneider, Pirate King, R. Wisneskig Chorus Pirates F Kozal R west Rogmku, R. sukoioska, R. Kerwin, cms, K. Quinn, c. Homfich, P imma Glee Club The West Catholic Chorus of for- ty-five voices, under the direction of Sr. M. Michael, S.S.N.D., staged the operetta "Pirates of Pen- zance" in Saint Adalbert Audi- torium. It was a praiseworthy presentation. Rev. Joseph Murphy revised and edited the dialogue of the popular Gilbert and Sullivan op- eretta, and also coached the players. 92' .fi -fs fm ,W Row l: B, Walsh, clarinet, M. Brown, Clarinet, A. Moore, Piccolo, C. Gyure, flute, S. Angel, flute, B. Maes, oboe, A. Van Dfunen, bassoon, R, Wasco, clarinet, J. Karcheski, clarinet. Row 2: L. Newton, clarinet, R. Van Dyke, trumpet, R. Anderson, coronet, J. Codman, trumpet, S. Van Hoeck, trumpet, F. Zawacki, trumpet, T. Winstrom, trumpet. Row 3: J. Westdorp, trombone, M. Fritzen, trombone, D. Larobel, trombone, S. Hammer, trombone, H. Norder, baritone, C. Kazmierski, French horn, J. Zych, French horn, E. Manning, French horn, R. Tursky, base saxophone, R. Grzybowski, saxophone, M. Spetoskey, saxophone, S. Hammer, trumpet, J. Haviland, trumpet, J. Leach, trumpet. Row 4: D, McCarty, drums, G. Ambrose, drums, R. Sloma, drums, T. Peretti, cymbals, J. Morrissey, bells, M. Deutremant, base, L. Jacokes, tuba, G. Stercula, tuba, J. Bayer, tuba, A. Meholic, clarinet, M. Macy, tuba, J. Ignotoski, baritone, C. Ohren, maiorette, Paul Morrissey, drum major, N. Folkersma, maiorette, Mr. Herman Johnson, director. 68 RIKE l 2 5 4? :fi l- ix' 1551: Q .NA fmwx '-.sup THE BAND! The Catholic Central band, under the direction of Mr. Herman Johnson, began its season early in the school year. Besides giving their musical support at the football and basketball games, their schedule in- cluded playing in several city parades and in pre- senting the final big event, the Spring Concert. Men- tion must also be made of the artistic skill in leader- ship shown by our drum major, Paul Morrissey, and our maiorettes, Charlene Ohren, Patricia Henry, and Nancy Folkersma. To all the members of the band the student body of Catholic Central wishes to ex- press many hearty thanks and say: "A iob well done." " 4, if "-'A JH . .W fV.' 4 , fffff 1, ,. Q P 1 'ff f 449 44 6 ff' f , f 1 , A ,y f 4 5 Il? if fa : Q., .. V " 1. 'ff fin! V 5 X2 ff gy, f f'- 1,Ws'fv 'z ff. f?Zf'f'mf My ' f,,., , 9,14 W, , ,1 , n 5 - ,. f f, ,V . if-fnw., an A.f4., V -. aff ,W A ,,,',9, . . . ,. .XI V,,. , ,U W W' 4522 A N?-' I 7 ,J ,cf nf ff i .1 Q My 2:15 ' W X., MW 7. f, ,A Ki 7 f ,Www A 19 J. x z ,, 75 ...,. r ,Jaws ' A Q? , age. . fi? . tv gm 'z , Q. .rl ' is. -A Xml S ' X NX gs X A Amxxx wk X AxiXs51XXvSNN -X Ng .X Nwwxx . 3 . V fx A xx' XX XX Q. X SAX QXXEX . SRX A 3 1-9' Q-f utr' X.. j 5 fn. French Club Devotion to Our Lady, and maintaining a speaking knowledge of the language are the two purposes of the French Club, under the di- rection of Sr. Mary Berna- dette. The club is dedicated to Our Lady of Notre Dame. During the course of the meetings, the life, customs, traditions, and social activi- ties ofthe French people are discussed. All conver- sation and recitation is done entirely in French. Officers of the club are: President, Wayne Lenartz, Vice-Presi- dent, Paul Zomberg, Chair- man, Diana Askins, and Co- Chairman, Margaret Leon- ard. 9 Latin Club Our Latin scholars assem- ble once a month for discus- sion of such topics as Roman life, uses of Latin, and other relevant subiects. Class meetings are held and offi- cers from the fourteen clas- ses meet once a semester. Each class has its own dis- cussion period. The Latin Club observes Latin Week with a Roman Banquet. This club is under the di- rection of Sr. M. Michael O.P. The principal officers are John Fennell, Elizabeth Kunst, James Hickey, and Michael Milanowski. Radio Club A brand new club at C.C. is the Radio Club. lts pur- pose is to give service anywhere needed and to teach radio theory. Their '55 proiect was a demon- stration of ham radio to the physics classes. Theo- ry school was held every Monday and Wednes- day, and business meet- ings every Friday. Club omcers are: Presi- dent, Bert Walsh, Secre- tary-Treasurer, William Theeringer, and Sr. M. Aquilina O.P., faculty ad- visor. Spanish Club This organization is com- posed of those students ofthe Spanish classes who are particularly in- terested in Spanish life and culture. Under the direction of Sr. Agnes Therese O.P. they pre- sented skits in Spanish and have learned several Spanish songs. The ofificers are: Patri- cia Pavlak, President, Maria Vargas, Vice-Presi- dent, Ellen Peterson, Sec- retary, and John Maxim, Treasurer. Standing: R. Martin, B. Walsh, T. Martin, R. Spielmaker, G. Roberts. Seated: P. Tatreau, E. Zobro, W. Theeringer. , N ,4"'xl -w Ago. ,. ..+,z.'4.t-- 4.51 as Row I: R. Babrick, G. Pfeiffer, M. Vargas, J. Peterson. Row 2: B. Beber, M. Gavin, J. Maxim, R. Loppl Row 3: M. Weny, P. Centilli. Row 4: J. Barham, S. Steffens. sa- 'ffxifgf ' i .-"""' Left to right: V. Corsiglia, S. Hake, J. Reith, R. Cole. Kneeling: R. Signer. Left to right: K. Gilbert, M. Boggiano, V. John, P. Dzierwu. Cheerleaders The presence of this spirited group at all the foot- ball games and the pep rallies insured hearty cheers and encouraging shouts for Catholic Central. No one can estimate their value in keeping up team spirit and drive. Much of our athletic success can be attri- buted to these staunch supporters and hard workers. All ot C. C. owes them a vote of gratitude and a rousing three cheers. Varsity Club The advancement of good sportsmanship and in creasing interest in athletics is the obiect of this club. No one may belong unless he is a maior letter-win ner and has been accepted by the other members. Under the leadership of President John Neuhaus, Vice President Paul Willacker, Treasurer Donald Witt- kowski, and Secretary Thomas Hanna, the boys make certain that school sports are kept clean and exhilar- ating and that Catholic Central stays on top in Michi- gan athletics. Blue and White lt is always a big day in the life of a C.C. student when an issue of the Blue and White is ready for circulation. Students derive a great deal of pleasure from scanning these issues and referring to them later on. But these enioyable moments spent reading are short and fleeting compared with the long hours put into the making of each issue by Editor Mary Kowal- ski, her staff, and director Mr. Geary. Its timely articles in- form students on school news and activities, and provide subiects of interest to every- one. A thank you is in order for this hard-working crew. E..litor M. Kowalski. Bottom: Managing editor J. Withey, News editors D. Kaye, B. Chapla. Some Blue and White staff members: seated, K. Doud, R. Russell, G. Pulaski, J. Thrall, M. Theeringer, J. Doran, K. Walton, D. Kampfshulte, P. Morrissey, R. Gaudet. 1 .4 .iff standing, P. Miller, G. Peterson, ? he -1 Maior Staff members checking copy und layout: A. Baar, Sr. Lucy Marie pours coffee for C. Tomaicyk, Business-Man N. Perrin, C. Nash, K. Wotf, K. Howe, P. Reynolds, P. ager, M. Wisnewski, Assistant editor, and J. Wisneski Molter, 5. Van Loo, C. Yowaish, M. Frenzer, M. Warner. Literary editor. 1 5 , , :iw - -' - , B im . pl L Working on activities and the senior section are: E. Slo- winski, J. Wagner, J. Peet, R. Turskey, S. Rose, G. Perkow- ski, M. Milhaupt is v X J. VerBrugge, R. Voltz, and T. Herdegen, Sports Department, R. Black, artist, G. Kipen and A. Impellizeri, layout. Missing E. Trizna. 1 . 4 C 1" ' I , ' 'Wy ' ' , 4 I -llifl ': '4 11' ,Oz !s,:i,,. ' Seb is ago tv ,L o 0 G A Ig, . li' - nl i .45 A ,- t ...ur eo , .vf"" , ,,:""'--...I f.. . . ,M ss., - ' ...--ff' J. Lesinski and J. Byrne, Co-editors, B. Meinke and R. Jachim, Assistant Co-editors. Spires Auxiliary Staff: seated, M. Alksnis, F. Pfeiffer, B. Reagan M. Stanizek, M. Taylor, N. Herrman, standing, A. Orlowski, L Piquemo, P. Zamiara, C. Van Hoek, P. Trussel, M. Larenski, M Mohn, M. Weny, J. Jankowski, R. Rohloff, B. Uzarski, E. Steftes C. Wagner, J. Golec, K. Doud, M. Nowicki, C. Wesholski. Spires Staff Early in the school year, when students were lust getting used to their new schedule, the Spires staff began their work behind closed doors, enveloped in an atmosphere of tradi- tional secrecy. The editors and staff chose the "Key" as the theme, and with the much needed advice of Sr. Lucy Marie things began to take shape. The cover design was created, "modern" layouts were dreamed up, literary artists busied themselves, flashbulbs popped, and feverish activity took place in the Spires room. Long after the last student had left the building the Spires staff remained. ln spite of the pressure and headaches, everyone who took part in pro- ducing the Spires of '55 felt satisfaction in a job well-done. ye-Ma.. ,VXELQ fig ,ff M5 9X W y' ,W WK , QM ,q fx j V 1,,i 1. If-x, I , rf' 1 4 - ,,ggg'n""4--v.. v --. A -1 ,Vg-m ,,-.Ji ,T , A Crywifl ' ' 'c -"" y f 5-777 'f'. "":.Q iii if' N , 1' .I v"':-A: -.- -.,.. .,,,,,,,- --.fhf nl-- qr--- w-.A--Q---11'-------v - XX -,MMV I W -4 R I J! gf - pl A QQ 'bij Ag,-'i51'f , -. ,.f:- Kr K f ' R f' f' if 'Nw uf' af '--'A 14.735-df' f-ff" - 2 " " 'F X ' Wm "I, fbhxf ' 4 ' F' ' 71, ' V 'E 3 :ll , .Dix QA! Z' ,f Q Ag I-I -11357, N' .Fe ' - ' 1 1- ' xx' --YJ" ,dm-if L llllllllll In the extensive and well-organized sports program at Catholic Central, we build strong, healthy bodies, and along with exercise, we form fresh mental at- titudes. A spirit of good sportsmanship is molded not only in the athletes themselves, but in all the sports fans as well. They learn to appreciate the ability of the athlete whether on the opponent's team or their own. Healthful, wholesome recreation is the key to strong minds and bodies. FOCTB 'Ni Row 1: F. Bcylen, D. Tieiemu, F. Huizengc, J. Purenie, J. Wilks, P. Sowle, F. Merger C Tomulczyk T. Morton, D. Witikowski, D. Cook. Row 2: G. Zonio, W. Siein, R. Boonstru, J. Sierocki, J. Schmitz, J. Munni, F. Sauer, T. Szczepcxnluk L Eggleston, J. Kailunus, L. Barcheski, E. Wybrunowski, D. Feutz, M. Mcksymowski. CCDUGAR ' V ,,,.. X , A rfb. . J I ... ,P X ex i Zbb JOHN WILKS , Au-ciry, All-smfe 'ff' 4 so f x Q JIM PARENTE An-cny Row 3: Coach J. Godleski: R. Smith, T. Hanna, W. Navigato, D. Grinnewald, J. Couterie, J. Bieberle, H. Miller, P. Tietema, J. Agustyne, D. Grego, E. Idziak, R. Ciucci, R. Plachecki: Coach T. Sowle. Row 4: B. Satkowski, J. Neuhaus: Assistant Faculty Manager F. Geary: Coaches: J. Sommers, D. Lennon, J. Rauch, I. Dobrygowski. Missing: S. Rubleski, D. Feutz, K. Hanrahan. VARSITY FRANK HUIZENGA A5 .3 81 Au.cify DAVE TIETEMA All-City Q' COACHES Qi ., svalizwfkaf 9. MR. THEODORE SOWLE MR. JOSEPH GODLESKI MR. DONALD LENNON REV. JOSEPH MURPHY Faculty Manager 1 82 FRANK GEARY Faculiy Manager MR. JULES SOMMER D. FEUTZ D. FEUTZ is KZ R- l -9 Qi.-. lx 2 D. GRINNEWALD J. AGUSTYNE C. C. - 20 Flint - 26 Despite the challenging Cougars' outstanding attempts to overthrow Flint Northern, Catholic bowed 20-26 in the '54 opener. ln the second period Morton blocked a punt on Flint's five yard line, Stein rammed through for two additional yards, Parente's delayed pass to Sowle in the end zone was good for a tally. The extra point was then kicked by Dobrygowski, bringing the score to 7-7 at the half. Late in the third period the Cougars surged ahead i4-13 on Huizenga's dash from the 3. C. C.'s final touchdown came on another Huizenga smash from the 8, tying the game 20-20. However while quarterback Parente was attempting a forward pass on the 46 with two minutes left in the game, an unseen Viking iarred the ball from his hands and turned the play into the decisive touchdown of the game. Close shave! C. C. - 27 Creston - As over eight thousand fans cheered them on, the C. C. Cougars successfully passed the first hurdle in defense of the city championship by defeating a scrappy Creston squad 27-0 at Houseman Field. The first time the Cougars held the ball it spelled touchdown for C.C. After Sowle recovered a Creston fumble, Cook and Stein advanced, Stein plunged over from the five for the TD. Catholic's backs penetrated the Polar Bear line once again before the half time gun, Stein traveling the last five yards. During the second half, Cook carried the ball over for their third tally. Midway in the third quarter Parente's touchdown pass to Larry Barcheski gave the Cougars an impressive 27-0 shutout over the Polar Bears. I ,l' l fn QV Q I C GDN N R X S' 2590 llm my Q9 ui.. 5033953 5' 'aa R. BOONSTRA Fumble ! ! l C. C. - 41 Ottawa - 14 Catholic Central's superb defense and running attack claimed Ottawa as its second City League victim. The Hill men played valiantly and defiantly, but they were outclassed from the start. The first touchdown came soon after the beginning of the game when Hanrahan snatched an Ottawa fumble. Cook then galloped from the three to score. ln the second quarter, Stein tallied, climaxing a 65 yard drive. The third T.D. came on a pass from Parente to Cookg the fourth by Frank Huizenga after a 53 yard ramble. A pass from Schmitz to Barcheski and a 49 yard iaunt by Dave Feutz accounted for the last two touchdowns. Dobrygowski successfully converted five times during the game. Tietema, Sieracki, and Tomaiczyk played outstandingly on the Cougar front wall. 84 D. COOK T. HANNA I CFI-IAA IT7 R. ClUCCl W. STEIN L. Eccissron ..J MORTON Ft s h X ll ara 2-1 Just me and my shadow. C. C. - 39 Holland - 7 The Cougars exploded to hand Holland cu 39-7 defeat as Cook played the role of dynamite by romping for three touchdowns. The game was marked for Catholic from the first few minutes, as the Cougars took the kickoff and marched 57 yards in seven plays with Cook going over from the 15 to score. With three minutes left in the first quarter, Cook broke over tackle and went 53 yards for the second TD. In the second quarter, while their defense temporarily stymied the visitors, Holland scored their lone touchdown aerially. After the half, the Dutchmen continued to apply pressure, but Catholic's line turned to stone, and the great Cat, taking over on its own 15, ended Holland's last threat from then on. Catholic's brilliant play completely dominated the fourth quarter, scoring three touchdowns to make the final score 39-7. 85 ,v-r,.,,,5. ..... .56 0' five-ddr.. .Lrg X W . . .N M . C C X -, M- , . Y 1 y f .. '. -X XV! 532 , Q X X -QA. ' Q . . N t .4 Q x, C .M 4. .M yi-K V . 5 -, N A N x cg Sc A 4 5 A C 1 X V A , . cg , 1 f A . 6 ,K 5 1 X X A A m ex ,X Ir. ff. L Lumberjacks fell a Cougar. C. C. - 13 Arthur Hill - 19 The Cougarslostto aninsphed Saginavrteany I9-13. Cathohc handed ArHnn HMI their touchdown tickets with their own fumblitis and an unsuccessful field goal attempt which the North City men parlayed into their winning touchdown. Catholic came back twice. Huizenga ran 58 yards for the initial Cougar T.D., twng the game 6-6. Hissecond plunge honithe Lumbedackk 3 yard Hne scored ourlasttaHy. The outstanding defensive linemen who held Saginaw from chalking up a larger score were Rubleski, Wilks, and Tietema. 86 J. KAILUNAS 5 5 r ' , e-if f 1. ' "I - " X Q 1 P. sowie F. MARGER X l X el 5 V 5 K ,fir X X' N l Q Sf' 3' L' A 'llc l WX 'xv' Q31 X XXX5 x will Q if-if WMM. 1 g X lll fx' F. HUIZENGA l z 1 ,X - k Q .Kit if . Q Q: Q :rf Q 7 its XF- 5 "" - 'T W 'lf ""' 2-2. " ,, ' '21 .X 'LVL s .1 V'-' V .1 i J. PARENTE -a i, . . .-.-A-F' V Q iff 'Nuff .,- .1 Q, ng: - , lies. 4, 'VW 14' C T C as U pi- C. . ,,.. .f . ., "" ..V. ,. f F. BOYLEN He zigged when he should have zagged. C. C. - Union - 20 The Cougars bowed for the first time in three years of city competition to Union in a rather one-sided affair. Union outplayed C. C. all through the game. The Hawk's ground-gaining attack kept pounding away yardage, giving the West-Siders opportunities to score their three touchdowns. The Cougars appeared strangely slow and seemed to lack the drive which gener- ally characterizes the powerful Catholic team. Midway through the third period, Catholic started to rally with Huizenga, Cook, and Stein cracking the Hawk's line successfully for our only touchdown. Then Catholic's fumble set up Union's touch- down drives that punished the Cougars to the tune of 20-6 and gave the Red-Hawk's a bid for the city title. 87 Frank plows through center. C. C. - 21 South - 'I4 Catholic was assured second place in city league competition by overcoming a determined South squad 2l-l4. The Cougar's 'first drive came midway in the first period when Boylen recovered a South fumble. Starting from the C.C. 33 the Cou- gars marched 67 yards in twelve plays, Huizenga going over for the tally and the encore. Marger then took advantage of a Trojan fumble, which gave Catholic its second score. This time the honors went to Stein who toted the pigskin for 27 yards and the T. D. He followed up with the extra point. South then bounced back into the game with a last minute score before halftime. Spirits were aroused when the Troians tied the score late in the third canto. Stein, playing a superb game, accounted for the final touchdown and extra point giving Catholic its fourth City League triumph. 88 Tfu 452 ef E cf' 55 risl Q 1 S. RUBLESKI E. WYBRANOWSKI D. WlTTKOWSKl L. BARCHESKI F. SAUER X R. PLACHECKI ff . F2 "1 f X 1 X k. x . . . ., Y 'N T 'f 4 9 x sf Qs. sc 1:2-xg' .Q . , ff. . M f K s s X sy N 5 4 if MNQNX -ss X , x yu, xmas cs- X Qs , X Xi Z 5 if sf t N wb x Q x X 't X X K at C C X ... .. ...,,,. . , 'v X51 N- 1' ..., mx s . 4. ,.. . ss. was 5 X -ft 'Q ' , 1 X , X s , ""' ' as X 3 A x .X s, , X .. D. TIETEMA f C til :" ' s ".'i ,"' f A , -I . I K 2'A ' 'A szz 3122" .,.,. 2 -2 1'- J. SIERACKI ff fe f X R29 ' X . P 'K x X? X 'if - l Q3 NTWL Irresislable force vs. immovable obiect C. C. - 12 Central - Before a Homecoming crowd of forty-five hundred, Catholic Central smothered tricky Central with an impenetrable defense. The Cougars were momentarily stunned by a flurry of deceptive plays following the kick-oFf, but the Ram's drive stalled when they fumbled on Catholic's 40. C. C. dominated the first quarter, and on the initial play of the second period Huizenga chalked up the team's first score on a spurt around left end from the four. Central threatened continually during the rest of the game until the final minutes of play, when Cook, with a big assist from Dave Feutz, plunged through for the last 6 points. The Homecoming classic had ended successfully for 1954. 89 The Varsity takes a rest. C. C. - 47 Muskegon C. C. - 'I9 The Cougar's football season came to a brilliant climax with a crushing defeat of Muskegon Catholic Central, 47-19. In a game that promises to become an annual classic of Michigan high-school football, Coach Sowle's efficiency experts methodi- cally dismantled the valiant, but outclassed Crusaders. Since this was their last game for old C. C., the senior Cougars made sure that it would be remembered. Tomaiczyk, Wittkowski, Tietema, and Wilks unleashed a savage blocking and fierce tackling exhibition to help power 28 points across in the Hrst l2 minutes. Quarterback Parente's deft accurate passes to Huizenga dismayed the Muskegon boys so much that the rack-up was 35-O at the half. The reserves took over later in the second half and proved that they would be a powedulHveatnextyearbysconng atouchdown ontheh own. The game ended with 47 points for us after Huizenga and Cook had tallied twice, and Parente and Hanna once. 90 CN X 1 5+ . 'A 2 Q lllll ' . 9 li ll :fj':,f::.1 , r , .' - ' i' i,.-- 'ii ll- . 'tl 2' K. HANRAHAN il Nl ' I t . - Q 1 I . 1 tim , , . , P. , y X , g . .. x., X A X, tfsfef. ' .ff .:.'1I,exWt". X 'S 'L .:"i' . K, . 1 L. , .L, "" C. TOMAJCZYK y J. WlLKS Q I- J. MANNI Top Row: T. Flickinger, F. Marckini, R. Karas, R. Barecki, J. Ludden, J. Mazgalis, R. Szubinski, T, Pobo- ieski, T. Smith. Middle Row: J. Kane, T. Ryan, A. Marckini, T. Thompson, E. Rutowski, T. Fox, J. Rowst, W. O'Brien, R. Rohloff, Coach-Mr. Lennon. Bottom Row: J. Wysocki, N. Smith, R. Karpinski, R. Brocato, T. Hoffman, T. Cunningham, R. Wybranowski, R.Nahs. Missing: T. Kaywood. Cougar Reserves The Junior Cougars performed in genuine C. C. fashion by climaxing a hard-fought season with a tie for City Championship. Coach Don Lennon was well-stocked with excellent football material when the season started. After Union defeated the Varsity, the best eleven of the Reserves were moved up to the Hrst team and saw a lot of action, especially in the Muskegon C. C. game. The Reserves gave proof of their terrific power by racking up a total of T95 points to their opponents 34, assuring Catholic Central's reign as a football power in Michigan for a long time to come. Some of the outstanding reserve players were: backs, R. Wybranowski, J. Wy- socki, T. Cunningham, T. Flickinger, and B. Brocato, linemen, T. Ryan, N. Smith, B. O'Brien, E. Rutowsky, E. Smith, and A. Marckini. 91 Row 1: J. Peterson, R. Ciucci, J. McSorley, G. Bowhuis, B. Grohs, J. Bowen, M. Elliott, T. Morris, W. Kirkwood, F. Melinn, V. Louria. Row 2: Coach Mr. Sommer, R. Stoddard, S. Wisinski, P. Foy, J. Gabus, S. Ladwig, D. Lang, K. Fex, J. Cook, D. Milan, R. Zoyko, F. Doran, K. Marklevitz, R. Cavera. Row 3: T. Walsh, D. Krzykwa, W. Hawkins, K. Emaus, R. Goodrich, J. Webber, D. Olewinski, G. Brockway, A. Couch, P. Noto, K. Parker, L. Rekucki, E. Markini, M. McGillicuddy. Row 4: T. Moze, L. Yager, T. Kominski, G. Andrie, G. Hoogerhyde, J. McFall, S. Zurek, S. Sichterman, D. Lindner, L. Wood, T. Tentelde, J. Barto, F. Tonnis, W. Uting. Freshmen The Cougar Frosh team after losing their first game and tying their second roared back with six straight victories to finish the season in a tie for the city freshman title. The Cougar Cubs were led by quarterback M. Elliott, and backs T. Walch, R. Ciucci, and linemen J. Barto, S. Zurek, G. Andre, J. Bowen, S. Wisinski, and M. McGilli- cudy. The city co-champions had remarkable depth in both line and backfield. Coach Jules Sommer did an outstanding iob this year in preparing the future Varsity Champs of Grand Rapids. 92 CC s i'Fighting little guard", Johnny Neuhaus, drives in for a lay-up. SCORES OF VARSITY BASKETBALL Muskegon C.C. . . . South .......... Christian .. Union . . Ottawa . . Central . . . Creston . . South . . Christian Muskego Union . Ottawa Central Creston Flint .. South , n C.C E. WAGNER was ws, X' .lv ia. ' ,Q it ff Er, i '- f' . ,. 3 IFF st: sl M.. g s 0 ' T VXA t XXQSQQ L i' 4, 5 'wx S X K X f 6' f V i J .1 Q A as 2 U1 XQX, 5 fs, Q ii X X' A 'll 1 N 4 Q .S as K -5 ' ' X X 4 'F X x Q 6 Kms s A Q 2 s Av' our A W t i X X Q X 5 4 A 3' i S g 3' 4 X is Q N. X 'x 'fe g t l x D. KEEFF WE s iff' LJ WW? s......N,s.,... T. PlSKUN Xxwx We 2 xii, 'ww x X X wwwsmm X Q 2 me WA Assis i ? X OXQAQ 3 X xxg km X QXXX X x si N we-vs 1' 'E glial x Mg Q L. XX """ MS-T-. ' M i v .. sf Q .s's'g,:v W. r w - 1g5f. ::.g.3::, .. . . .LSXQA gif 5 'W X- .z .1 . -' - -sig S413 4 ., 'N-vp - X - ' ' w::sss,:-w23::.q .. - . ' - ,. A X .,.x, W., ..,,:...:,, -. . 1 ' -2 .. -Ss . .11 - K ' -- A X 5 'xi' , V. X t' X k 'V R 4'1" . Y ' . 1 K Reg Qs ' :ji ,- .. ,..f XVQNSSSQ . .. New hope and courage were instilled in the student body by the iinx-breaking cage performances of the Cougars. The team started with impressive victories over Muskegon Catholic Central and South. Wins over Central and Creston teams buoyed spirits higher than ever. T. MCCORMICK V . v,....:,mwpf. vs Qi! J. SCHMITZ J. NEUHAUS l l 2 . F. KEGELMEYER J. KIRKWCOD 94

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