Elder High School - Elderado Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1958

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PRE SENTING QA T7 I f RIGHT REYEREND CARL J. RYAN Superintendent of Schools MOST REVEREND KARL J. ALTER Archbishop of Cincinnati Administration and Facult S Father Irvau Stang, Principal and Father Paul Gruber, Vice-Principal 5 Father Andres "Just dorft bother mef, Facult Father Bange "Why, this stuj is easy." Mr. Bertoia "Things are tuj all over Father Bertke "Shut your big mouth Facult Father Bischoff "Isn't that the truthfn Father Calme "Get the idea?" Father Bruening scHuh!ss ,J74'Lt 3 'EK 1 A g Y 1 ,-,. ' as 2 , . Father Cavanaugh "All right, children." Father Cornwell "Get busyf' 1575 33:5 .J Mr. Dieringer "Fifty lavsf' we F Facult f A Facult Father Eisenhauer "Fingers on the home keys." I'-:rx , Father Duesing "0.K. Firm!" Father Gratsch s'Essence of simplicityf ,. W Wai Vw fs fig F522 , 4,0 Father Flanagan "You guys from Price's Hill?" ',.,..v-- I em. R Father Hentz 'Bbw - lu-3.4, 'W Father Huitink "Not fo r-lzange flze subject-." Take C ,for mamplg Father Henz uQllf6kI1-kd a bunny." - f,a',N .L f"' KF Facult 5' F acult 'WMA ll Father Koverrnan "0.K. Quiet Downf' S aj ,nxt -nf Father Klug "Take out your fert books." if rife 45' ss:lli.z'-v.: - . s:a:-fume, H , ff'-11 aff ,Sami 5 .. I . , '.,,.,-vt: ,zfim Mr. Kuley H2000 on YP, please." F nther Luehrumn "0.K. I've had Cflflilgllfy Lf T I: -3' nm 1 Y "ign- QQ' e .za-' " Father Mattscheck A "IIrw'n fun?,' Facult Father N iehaus "Write the chapter twicef, 414.0 Father Putmck "Quiz't, childf' Father Poeppelman "Dorff ask me any queslzons Facult Father Roby ,L V w A hy, lVIr. Scardina , F, .- Q ,. I I ,S . . . . " You're jugged. Ona hour., i Q 5' ' Gzrls are the ruznzzatzon of sports 1 -. - '-,f. ef -,f. ff - W Father Sahlfeld ' ": 1 "Study fhis for tomorrow." ' "t"- Lh' . x Q, 9 S yy M Father Schaefer "Fm a c'ooICaIculati11g Dzziclzmanf F acult Father Strassel "You want to go out ilze backd00r?,' tx It F Father Schneider "The High Signf' L, , eff Father Sinking "Stew-rike J." J .Qg,,?,:Q,5 kk,, ,, .-953 Father Strittmattcr "5 minutes, children." 10 Q . ,Q F-w ,,..,..'--A' Father Schoenig "Shui Up." Facult Mr. Stryker "Quiet" ka m i A 914' ,.,...... W iiriflfip kk J f W' fig is xg'-Tc x J"'Px., Father ul-Vlllif I Trippie ill I look it upf, Eg my Facult -df. it ' x "iii ilu-r it it ,R I-'X f o-nf:--1 .,,,.,,-, Til' Father Witte Father Ziegler nllelium-lflzobiflrlimvflelibv 'SUN your feet of my desk." Farther Vocke "And nour, lads. Our Secretaries: Miss Kolde and Bfrs. Averheck 11 Charles Sehreibeis Elder High School Association Rev. Aloysius Grimmelsman Board of Pastors Lions. Frederick Kennedy Mons. William Anthony Rev. Raymond Backus Rev. John Berning Very Rev. Stanley Bertke Rev. Frederick Bien Rev. Francis Buddelmeier Rev. Clement C. Busemeyer Rev. Gerard Evers Rev. Carl F. Goeckler Rev Aloysius Grimmelsman Rev. Clarence Graf Rev. Joseph Higgins Rev. iVilliam Goldschmidt Rev Rev. Henry B. Kriege Albert Kroum Rt. Rev. John E. Kuhn Rev. Cletus A. Kunz Rev. George N. Lamott Rev. Robert C. Leugers Rev. Rt. Rev. Francis A. Reardon Rev. Edward Richter Rt. Rev. iValter A. Roddy Rev. Henry A. Schaeffer Rev. Leander Schweitzer Rev. Roger C. Straub Rev. Leonard J. VonderBrink Rt. Rev. 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Typical of the Junior class is the group pictured above -eager to play but well aware of the challenge of becoming a Senior. 48 ophomores li V1 W ' 22. Ea.1mJ , E, " ,wig lv.E,ly ,nn ,cw 1 A -Y w. ...-.. -.-ui. I 3 5 II A-Row 1: J. Imholte, T. Stockelman, G. VVilliamso11, R. Barry, J. Rutenschroer, K. Luckey, A. Pantle, T. Brown, J. Brater, YV. Martin, T. ltleyer, R. Renner. Row G. Raeckers, VV. Bush, B. Fluegeman, R. Poland, L. Haas, B. Behrman, NI. Schlomer, T. lNIurphy, DI. Brosnan, T. Rosfelder, YY. Buschur. Row 3: J. Scherer, H. Binder, D. Enginger, R. Ober, R. Averbeck, M. Jump, J. Hursting, G. Marx, J. Coleman, P. Foltz, K. Graves. Row 4: J. Krechting, K. Neilieisel, C. Cirrincione, K. Schachleiter, D. Nlorgan, R. Berte, D. lNIcKae, D. Krabaclier, B. Austing, G. Blonncg. QA appeared to have dominated the Sophomore spirit at Elder. Austing, Aver- beck and Coleman played football. The Chess Club claimed Pantle. Buscher and Bush became Elderaides and Imhalte loved the glare of footlights and joined the Dramatic Club. Wlinter snows didnit stop Schere from Basketball practice. The Band appeared to have been dominated by this class With Berte, Enginger, Groves, Haas, Morgan, Murphy and Schlomer all joining. In spring the dia- mond was crowded with Augustine, Brox- terman, Fluegeman, Hursting, Krech- ting, Marx, Poland, Nieheisil and Ras- felder taking up the "great American pastime? ""f'NN. What a year! QB becomes famous with Pedota, Owens, and Farlow providing a winning spirit for the Reserve Football Team. Schlinkert and Kreimer gave added power to the resurgent Chess Club. The Everslzarp Staff claimed Seibert and Jaisle while Steins, YVall and Goettke attempted basketball fame. Baseball found Kain,s fancy in the spring. Prost became a reporter for the Purple Quill and band melodies were played by Con- nelly and Xleehan. Toby Schiller starred in Julius Caesar and the whole gang en- joyed extra innings of pulsis cursusque. II B-Row 1: J. Braun, IU. Jacobs, N. O'Connor, A. Prost, A. Yenneman, J. Kain, K. Horn, NI. XYuest, E. Rennekamp, D. Schuman, E. Disken, J. Doyle. Row 2: L. Kreimer, R. Stacey, A. Jaisle, T. Wlihl, J. Keiner, T. Kotzlxauer, T. Roeder- Sl1CiI116I', E. Hubert, T. Drees, VV. Miller, P. Meehan, G. Gilkey, Hou' .if B, SCllI'2lgC, D. Birkenheuer, XI. Connelly, ll Sliarkey, R. Farlow, T. Sticns, J. Sunderman, J. Seiln-rt, K. Abrains, T. Serey, R. Cassiere. lion' G: J. Broxterman, 1' Barwick, T. Schlinkert, T. Schiller, J. Pedota, T. Goetlke, K. Klusmun, J. Wall, A. Carle, J. Owens. . ,u . ,,,, ,. , 51 QC found a friend in Father Strassell. Father was eager to support their activ- ities. James, VVeber, and Geiser joined the pig skin squad and Grosswiler became the student manager. Luebbers found basketball to his liking and Tietmeyer thought he might make the baseball team. Kunkel and Dumont took pictures of Norton and Brinker playing in the band. Stoeberl, Schroot and Topicz found their names on the honor roll. The class voted Holloway as their least inhibited mem- ber and Lyonls received the honor of being QC's most improved student. II C-Row 1: R. Schwab, D. Durante, E. Kreiincr, P. Stocberl, E. Helmes, C. Norton, J. Thieman, J. lYindholtz, J Sweeney, YY. Shaw, BI. Threm, P. Louis. Row 2: E. Elsacsser, J. Hloore, D. Nolte, J. Dumont, BI. Powell, D. Brinker, J Sohmer, VV. Holmes, E. Grosswiler, R. Gutekunst, F. Lauck. Row 3: J. McNally, R. Juergering, T. Lyons, D. Geiser W. Vllittich, J. Kunkel, T. Schroot, P. Topicz, J. Luebbers, J. Engel. How 4: J. VVeber, R. James, Bi. Reichrath, II. Fry R. Holloway, D. Siemer, R. Roberto, D. Theurer, E. Laws. Q "gf if I. . 52 s .W -wywfir g, --1 'fT'fW.., r'1'iL'i-a 7451 F fi '09 .,.f.Kfj, MW., . k ff MT ffQfT1'...M img ' V ' 1 . ..,. .....,a-,gh ,V 4 W X .e Q-PM 4 lm" -Jian :Tum-I C, , W.. sw. .Q '...,wvf'?'f ww'f'h" 1, 1 an r-ww., -- Mg Mfg: . . S rQ,sv'fs"Tm if' Vw 1 f-:f M ,,.,,1.:..m,?45sgy' ,Ei --1. . n,-.mv-- .V,,., .. . II D-Row 1: J. Bain, F. Schulz, R. lvitterstaetter, L. Gutzwiller, D. Grawe, D. Graff, G. Becker, J. lllerkhofer, J. Henz, T. Grove, F. Thernes, J. Braun. Row R. Dellbruggc, R. Rahe, S. Rodgers, B. VVilkinson, J. Monahan, R. VVeberding, D. Schorsch, D. Berryman, D. Ferguson, R. Solomon, J. Grimm. Row 3: L. Robbins, T. King, VV. Sander, R. Greulich, E. Wetzel, BI. Pursifull, D. Blake, VV. Wiesner, J. Campbell, J. VVegman. Row 4: P. Schulz, T. McGough, J. Doepker, D. Bareswilt, C. Tepe, H. Groen, P. Kreip, F. Whalen, VV. Keewan, J. Collins. Nobody could hold this QD Class down. Everyone desired to get into the act. Monahan, Braun, and I-Ienz found their forte as Elderaides. VViesner became an usher. lVegman, Kreip, Becker and Groen all marched in the Band and Rahe heard the call of footlights and joined the Dramatic Club. Bain, Campbell, Gutz- willer, Tepe, Schulz, and Blerkhofer saw their names on the Honor Roll. Autumn found Robbins, Sander, Schorsch, Whalen and Grimm heading out the pike to foot- ball practice and baseball was Wlitter- staetter,s fancy in the spring. Grove was student manager of the football squad. 5 xx. -eg II E-Row 1: J. Ruff, C. Bemerer, P. Dagley, D. Tekulve, YV. lnskeep, R. Freeman, E. Schindler, R. Ciny, J. Moeller, C. Klug, E. Bode, T. Sullivan. Row 2: N. YYagner, J. Sehutte, F. Davis, C. Kavfhold, R. Reuss, D. Bradford, J. VValsh, T. hfoormann, T. Hogue, R. Auel, D. Kolde. Row 3: F. Flick, H. Bedinghaus, T. hfeyer, R. Bet-kmeyer, R. Cranert, J. Heheman, T. Seger, G. VVitsken, D. Hughes, J. Weber. Row .5: C. Zuber, T. llinterhotter, C. Catanzaro, E. Bley,YY.YYeg- man, R. Biedenharn. These gentlemen became famous as a class QE established a reputation at Elder. Autumn found Bedinghaus and Wfegman going steady with a football. No one ob- jected to the c-lose contact. Auel found the Camera Club to his liking and the flash- bulbs were heard popping at unusual times. Hogue, as a Cheerleader, did his .... . V best to stir up that- Elder Spirit While Klug enhanced the reputation of the Band. Dagley complained he never got a L 1, N ...-. .fj7' f "gf f 555155 seat at the games but, maybe, that was L. L "Za V , V because he ushered. gn' 54 .5 ig! ri! 1154? 'Q lg II F-Row 1.' BI. Joseph, BI. Chessy, R. Cunningham, D. Kohzlke, T. Oker, VV. Doepkcr, R. Holmes, D. Reverman, A. Klosterman, H. Gramke, T. Kuhn, C. Fehr. Rau' 2: YY. Lzisitn, BI. Brennan, G. Bollinger, DI. Durkin, H. Schutte, J Sehneider,W. Reeves, N.VVagner, S. Taft, T. Ludwig, F. St. Charles. Rau' J: H.lVegn1an, R. Ludwig, J. Block, L. Essen B. Hoerst, T. Yvaldson, N. Sheper, J. Agee, C. Middendorf, J. Greenlee, R. Delfendahl. Row J: J. Horton, D. Niehoff, J. llondary, J. lNIeSorley, R. Richardson, T. Dolan, L. Mces, J. Lambert, C. Van de Ryt, N. Xeiheisel. The months kept rolling along. QF kept Wondering where the time went. Quarter and Semester exams had some hoping for better luck next time. Mean- while football claimed llees, Taft, and Schutte. Richardson wore a reserve bas- ketball jacket and in spring the class saw Doepker parading to the baseball dia- mond. YVhile all this was happening Mid- dendorf marched in the band and Block- a new member in the Camera Clube snapped pictures. Kuhn polished up on his manners as an usher and Brennan be- came a successful Elderaide. ,un-. 55 3' Ilow can their class be described? NVQ might borrow 21 Verse from Browning and I --i say, Hliet me c-ount the waysf, As a Ad- group QG certainly was heard around 35-37549 M: Elder. And they weren't to be outdone! Price and Klett have added luster to the lilderaides. Grantor, Fox, Link and Jansing were found in the Autunin on the gridiron. lYinter saw Pitchford run- ning from gym to gym trying to catch up with a basketball. And the class reported that lluekerheide rolled to school in style on his skates. ll G-Row 1.' P. Brogan, J. llonnig, BI. Adolf, J. lforuion, ll. llolfes, R. Falling, J. lletzler, ll. Bm-ckner, J. Berninger, Bl.Dellapost:1, li. Schuliclt, R. l'l1le11broCk. lion' 2: T, Jzinsing, ll. lleyer, G. Link, XV, Pitcrliford, T. Nziegele, J.Millwa1'd, YV. lfoeller, V. Mzlltry, R. KClll2llll, P. Cummings, R. Bassett. lfozr J: J. Florence, T. Kappes, L. Larkins, T. Price, D. Pinger, C.lNIuekerl1eide, R.KlosLer1nan,J. Klug, ID. Day, R. Yr-uzoll. Row L: E. Rowley, T. Klett, I.. Meyer, M. Ilalloran, N. Kroeger, D. Gunter, C. lVel+er, D. Kumpl, T. Fox, J. Depenlvrock. f i I lf... .K zz 56 Father Niehaus lovingly referred to these as "his boysf, QH appreciated the good Father,s plaudit and demonstrated their loyalty by going "all out,' for Elder. Ottaway and lNIinneci displayed their finesse in football and both eagerly are awaiting a chance on the Varsity. Darris and Ames rendered that rare Elder serv- ice as Elderaides. Robinson tried his hand Qand feetj at ushering and found it to his liking while Miller played merry melodies in the band. And the joker class unanimously Voted Tom Lustenberger as the UNO. 1 Poker Playerf, II H-Row 1: R. Metsch, W. Leger, W. Enghauser, J. Naegele, R. Darris, L. Turner, G. Stalf, L. Maifeld, P. Chouteau T- HilV01't, J. Heidemaflll, P. Oliver. Iiouvl: T. Casey, VV. Chouteau, T. Reinllart, J. Schroeder, J. Busche, R. Mercer, J Gfivill, D. Fox, R. VVohlfrorn, J. lililler, N. Yvick. Row J: R. Forrester, D. Ames, K. Lakamp, J. Baum, E. lValtz, J. Dowel, H. Kennedy, R. Rhoades, B. Braucll, E. llasminster, J. lValsh. Row 4: E. Robinson, R. Dorn, BI. Ottaway, C Dietrich, R. Holwadel, T. Lustenberger, J. Ray, J. Flanigan, J. Saalfeld, C. Ott, P. Gramann, C. llinneci, R. Rosen m w iw wma 'V fiimwm rm maarmip-gzxwyx W V-35' We Q -mn.: -. : . Em..-Y' -: . ET. :b lah N' "" A i. ' . ' .5 SEZ' s ' s .- A- - 11. - --f.. M ,L .-'RQ'-"QT 4 T7 ' 4 . -Z:.,,, -hx? 4 ww. A Mi x ffl an ' ' ? i 1 ,. 5 fre 57 Freshmen i 5 5... 3 I A-Row 1: B. Bruening, T. Brennan, G. Braunstein, J. Kaeser, D. Hessdoerfer, J. Diers, L. Raterlnan, J. Jaehnem, D Hebauf. Row 2: D. Kreimer, T. Boshman, N. Hilgefort, B. Bessler, G. VVahl, E. Borgemenke, G. Sabao, R. Klosterman J. Baier, D. Fitzgibbon, R. Jones. Row 3: Nl. Halpin, J. Kelly, J. Kohls, T. Rowekamp, T. Bennett, B. Roncker, P Minning, BI. Lynch, J. Setters, F. Meyer. Row 4: R. Roberts, R. Martin, D. Schuerrnan, G. Stenger, T. Hays, J. Neyer R. Hauck, S. Gunn, P. Luckey, BI. Heavey, B. Sunderman, R. Fosnot. X I B-Row 1.' G. Sudcr, P. Grinter, O. Thompson, L. Faeth, P. Rebold, D. Hendy, T. Apke, R. Goettke, J. Westendorf, D Schrnerber, C. VVollering. Row Q: T. King, T. Neiheisel, J. Bertsch, J. Stanton, D. Kroger, K. Jostvvorth, T. Schaaf, J Rowell, J. Blullins, J. Peaker, VV. lNIcGowan. Hou' J: A. VVurtz, D. Schonhofd, R. Hewald, J. Gillming, K. Hahn, E lNIcAllistcr, NI. Klusman, D. Rickert, B. Brabender, T. Pfliegel. Row lf: J. Borcherding, R. Huth, K. Grothaus, T. Austingl G. Schroeder, A. VVeigand, D. Fischesser, B. Hargreaves, T. Welsh, E. Pitstick. 59 155 'x.s:i:.'.smamza. W 7 5 15? Q - ' - ' I C-Row 1: T. Turner, R. Prost, L. Rogers, T. Mueller, T. Scheldon, P. Berninger, W. Weber, G. Kirschmer, P. Niehaus T. Donahue, A. Molique, J. Lynn. Row W. Powell, P. Witte, J. Murray, R. Ritti, H. Arnold, T. Moss, D. Spencer, Ji Shields, C. Renneker, L. Stenger, H. Moeller. Row 3: C. Hotchkiss, E. Franks, F. Umberg, B. Herman, J. Halpin, D McKinney, T. Brafford, R. Sahnd, R. Otto, B. Strothman. Row 4: R. Schrand, E. Bierman, L. Tepe, J. Harrett, D Kneipp, T. Bley, R. Stevens, J. Ruwe. I, E I D-Row 1: N. Schmid, R. Brown, G. Miller, J. King, D. Doeriiein, R. Lucas, R. Vorlerr, R. Wurtz, D. Wurtz, R Neiheisel, S. liflorano, T. Lafleur. Row 2: M. Halpin, H. Stowe, J. Stanton, D. O'Mara, W. 0,R0urke, J. Farrell, J. Schneid- er, L. Meinhardt, L. McCarthy, R. Maschmeier, D. McArthur. Row J. Steinker, B. Law, E. Pinger, W. Sullivan, T Rogers, lVI. Mulcahy, R. Doerger, D. Stauss, P. Lipps, C. Wills. Row 4: R. Mollner, B. Rosenfeld, T. McGrath, K. Voelker J. Steinkamp, D. lNIurnan, D. Haas, G. Hausman. 60 H .3 I E-Row 1.' T. Tromey, DI. Corcoran, BI. Hayden, J. Doran, R. Johnson, K. Goettke, L. Bossman, D. Fisher, J. Brookes, H. Hendy, YV. Eisenecher, VV. Gildea. Row 2: R. Killinger, J. Thomas, L. Eichhold, J. Bast, T. Espelage, L. Cross, R. Altgilbers, H. Ackerman, T. Keller, W. Saupe, R. Kroeger. Row 3: R. Herron, C. LeCount, D. Wright, T. Lake, J. Jen- nings, R. Winciholtz, P. Pcdoto, B. Hester, B. Buelterman, A. Zimmermann. Row 4: M. Brown, P. Hock, T. Casey, J. Dickman, E. Berwanger, R. Engelhardt, YV. Holtel, G. Kalks, J. Flanigan. . zggfrfesx . 1 , wg A N Mm .- -I... ' 53-.4 .A 1 1 v .. wr . ,.,,?? 9? I F-Row 1.' G. Bode, B. Becker, R. Schafer, M. Reinert, D. Buumgartner, D. Looney, D. Vogelgesang, L. Ottaway, T. Kahle, J. Cavanaugh. Row 2: D. Stewart, G. Brodbcck, M. Smith, K. Humpert, R. Essen, E. Beiting, D. YVesterkamp, G. Kessler, T. Heyob. Row J: J. W'herle, R. Duggins, T. Tully, R. Silby, J. Schultz, F. Haas, J. Einhaus, F. Bosken. Row .45 R. Bliddendorf, J. Quatman, R. VVagner, S. Tensi, R. Belcher, D. Sticker, VV. Llinkhaus. 61 ia I G-Row 1: R. Sand, H. Brunck, K. Sand, R. Beck, R. Willenborg, J. Stolze, F. Schnieder, J. Wernke, D. Townsend, D. Boller, K. Schwab, R. Mathews. Row 2: R. Kohake, D. Frank, F. Logan, D. Buelterman, R. Hennekes, L. Bross, G. Cueto, J. Roney, J. Frederick, J. Kallrneyer, D. Hayes. Row 5: J. Hater, A. Grote, H. Lawrence, C. Berkley, L. Schoenung, II. Elsaesser, J. Cummings, W. Schmidt, J. Drigger, T. Cupito. Row 4: P. Mohrhaus, J. Hollstegge, L. Egan, P. Seifert, A. Ludwig, B. Schultz, J. Middendorf, T, Flynn, D. Brodbeck, C. Kaeser, A. Doerflein. 'g . ,.,. . . . .. 1 .ue . . , f...,....... .. .. . - . . I H-Row 1.' P. Koch, G. Lee, L. Ohmer, P. Beck, J. Sellet, J. Heekin, R. Lehan, J. Carter, R. Otting, W. Clark. Row Q: J. Fox, H. Schrand, L. Reiring, C. Dragan, R. Steinbeck, H. Miller, L. Beuke, J. Stacey, N. Gehring. Row 3: J. Novotini, R. Schaible, WV. Franke, H. Robben, T. Kenney, J. Perrrnann, T. Glandorf, J. Robinson. Row .5: T. Steinman, J. Donohue, J. Finley, R. Metz, R. Gravett, A. Garbett. 62 ...4 H 1 -.L ,, --.Y,..,,... . . . - ..a1:-M5 43,1 , . ai Q M' N I J-Row 1: L. Dittman, G. Dugan, E. Reisinger, M. Bohnmn, J. Kleintank, E. Miller, R. Christen, N. Kaiser, J. Simon, L. Becker, J. Blacks, T. Nierlich. Row 2: VV. Christensen, T. Klingenbeck, C. Bonapfel, R. Flannery, J. Noe, D. Hoetker J. Skelly, L. Gundrum, J. Dreyer, T. Knopp, F. Bloemker. Row 3: T. Schwarber, M. Hust, G. Jostworth, D. Smith, D Franklin, T. Treinen, T. Vance, J. Nlartini, D. VVeiner, S. Streicher. Row 4: H. Seurkamp, R. Schmerber, L. Scheidt, R Scherer, J. Troehler, T. Herzog. 63 I U fs we 5 ,ww mug an . ,M ,W . 7 M ...,.a.,..'.-f..5,gwp.- V 1 "' 0' 1 "A 13.9-l - '4 ,.eMn'!' i " - . Af, .NL " E K : ' " ' . -:W 2"'YI-.'.- -2: . w ::.xwm::- --1 4: 34 ... .. . ,...,,, if E Adi Ve Ar? k Wa, QU! M. 4. .,. , ,mg -Q, P 235 Y, uw 2 4 '- A!! piritual Life Elder students, living a life which they know has come from God, prayed, worked and played together. Retreats, rosaries, confession, religious instruction and the Christ-like example of each other have added to their spiritual growth. Truth and beauty and wisdom un- folded in the classroom. Knowledge became a living reality within their own lives. Socially they have drawn closer to each other through activities, dances, sports, and enjoying the companionship of each other. 66 Confession affords a young man with an oppor- tunity to live the sam-rarnental life. His sins are for- given and he lives one with God. 67 K 'Eid Elder students recognize the power of the Rosary. During the months of October and lllay, three rosaries are said at the noon period. The knight in a boy needs a lady and tl1e boyishness of a young man needs ll mother. lNIary fulfills these needs. Bishop Issemann of Columbus and Father Ziegler distribute Communion at the close of the Christmas Novena C S.M. . Wlorking for the relief of missions throughout the World is the primary purpose of the Catholic Students hlission Crusade. The CSMC unit of Elder is one of many such groups composed of young people from the four corners of the World. The Vast activities of such organized students have kept the priests, brothers and sisters in the mission fields. Together they spread the good news of Christ's Redemption. 68 lr Ait' f . 'E'fTff"' sl y lVIr. Robert Luenberger C.S.M.C. City President C.S.lNI.C. Ofiicers check a point with Father Luehr- man. ,-un--in-.. .-.Q----.-.i-. ...-..i...-....-.-.-.--1--- q-me-1-1 adets for hrist The Cadets for Christ is composed of students whose desire is pri- marily self-sanctification. Whatever good these men do for the stu- dent body is not as an organized group. Their effectiveness rests in each man living the Christ-like life. Reflecting His Image, they lead themselves and others closer to God. Their program includes daily Blass and Communion. They hold no meetings and pay no dues. This spiritual powerhouse under the guidance of Father Sicking was formed this year. 69 Intellectual Life Symbol of intellectual attainment is the Honor Roll. Hopefully, students pause after each quarter to see if their names are among the elite. 7? l 'Q I I f in wi' Q if S S, UF lllost famous and most sought after scholarship awards is the National Merit. Selected high school students across the United States vie for the awards. Through a series of rugged examinations, elimina- tions of contesting students are made. Successfully representing Elder and bring- ing glory to his Alma Dlater was Senior Robert Kopp. '70 IVE Some students found the display of contemporary art to their liking. Others thought the Works dif- ferent, at least. Under the expert guidance of Father Calme, students in Gen- eral Sc-ience undertake varied projects to demonstrate class theory. fm Lifffgfg 'fs ,,.. in 1 sis' . e After three years of preparation the accelerated math program went into ef- fect this year. This program, initiated at Elder under the inspiration of Father Bange and Worked out with representa- tives of the other Catholic high schools of the city, enables advanced students to complete their first year college math program while in high school. Assistance in designing this plan Was received from the lNIath Department of Xavier Uni- versity. I ather Voc ke presents 1 few grades and some sw eighty remarks in conference at Parents' Night. American Legion Essay contestants discuss au issue. Theory becomes reality in a Chemistry class qv X it Graduation X-f fx 73 Father Andres introduces an old friend of his to the students. I , - ff - il wak e My , Xl .W N Z 74 A word from Father Putnick and We are on the air Under the watchful eye of Father Sahlfeld, little minds obtain a knowledge of order. xvhat was that you were saying, Father? The blackboard, men. 'gl' '. Social Life Hifi, The Victory Dance! Froin the enthusiasm shown by Kruinpe, Saba and company, no doubt exists that YYest Hi was de feated. 76 we-me ix 'xxx I' VVh0 ya' kiddenf fellas? Gerald's got the girl. ?4 YS' l, E I , X 0 c , E bs . Come ou, men! Doult look at the camera. Let's dzulce. 77 in Lodi and Jim entertain while a few friends sit this one out. 4 X S nior ffffff 'fl f ggi 1, 4 , , .H Q ,, is J Bob Kenan appears to be pleading for his friend who is 'boxed' in! '78 , fibrin f Qi? 'Qtfiif Eg " H innwjdj S N i X I rf fs Q A - ' Frolic Q N 'al Juniors f Entertam Sonny and Barry pause for thc camera while pre- paring for Cupids' Chaos. rf, 4 E s Q e , E Chas sent 'cm and John Eddled and il hit team was born. Klan! That music sends uae. iw? The Clean Up Crew. And Sonny seeks 11 little support from the guys. 80 And the Boys had fun at Set0n's Festival ouian? 's i Extra urrieular Aeti ities , -.fi QQ st X!,..,.,.M.,e...4L...,..t........t,.4o..,, ,,,,, V, MMM ,.M..W,,,W, Wgnw, A' -' ' Wwml , K ' 5 . Mgmt, Vlqjf K E-Md, -,y . v, M VV, 4 A!,vL. , N Mgr? ii e e w o -.ol ,. ' e 1 , he Q 1 , l o "ii ALW, ,eww . . ,,LLWA. " M- ,L G' ,,.. ., .,,. W - 1 W, A LLL,h , , ,, 'fl 'T , M -M C236-'P SHS .. .. W ff- gear W M Illini-all mm. The Band forms an "EU and displays the excellence that had been demonstrated throughout the football season 82 ax- Qi ,Wil Senior Donald Farrell s..f"N....s , Ronald YValler Lettermen Ernest Praemler 83 William Schroeder I Mr. Lee Trauth, Director. VVillianJ Krumpe and Company take a winning pose and display ex- cellent form. PFHCUCC IDakeS perfeflil The Band e11te1'tains at the Irouton game. 84 .ffiii ff 114 4 a M.. -es . f 145 . A.. Q ,,,. Previous to this year, membership in the band was obtained by the selective service process. Such action was not the case this year. Being in the Elder band was an honor and more students than could be outfitted sought the distinction. The metamorphasis was due to a number of reasons. Fathers Calnie and Hentz contin- ued the excellent work of past. years of planning programs and working out forma- tions. Elder obtained the services of a first class director, Mr. Lee Trauth and the result was the "new sound." Filled with a renewed enthusiasm and hard work, the members themselves proved that a first rate organization could be theirs. 85 Cheerleaders 42 M. Adolf, J. Neyer, A. Seiwert, P. McGowen, E. Reider, T. Hogue, J. Piening "Give me an 'ET' And with that fa- miliar cry the Cheerleaders went into action. Always behind the Panther teams, these young men and ladies gave example of pep and spirit for the rest of the stu- dent body. Their line sportsmanship and high standards gained for themselves and Elder the respect of competing schools. For all of this, a great deal of the credit must go to Father Klug, moderator. All for ELDER stand up and holler! Pat decorates for an important game. vvllilt happened to Purcell? 87 5.11 .fvf yo f-M' y . f sy 4 W 5 , . A L -1 'A K I ,1.,Qg,,,f.,,qF,.,,-Wfwafv' f A K G ,Q I ..,.,,,W, ,wmv .MM .M 1 new M.. ........,-. f..w.f- JK gh- ls- W .. ..,...-.M-1. -if fs' 'W ' M 'T -t N 'Aimi- i,fH:K7f"3l,, f ef. V , . W-a.w?Tff' " 'gli new ' . f 1 . ai ,. " ,. 1Q,.J Q, gf ff1", , 1f?1g'3 '.ga5S'jqp,'Tnlg-f..j,,M4 X ,.iL'Sf2ffV' w,.g,w,f2f,af:Q2T'f.Ti'gQf1.x 11:2-M53 Ax,f?"!y,.,,yq f"w2KT.. .fn v. QQQYf.w.-5,2 5- ,M vmg?:,.W i.,.lg,.3 were-lu.-. M J, ka . e...M.fA,f-.... f rr , W . ' V , .s.:iff'?f,.4.,:-v:+!g.,fgvs,:'fg,i,', wigfeg, , My M -'MV A' 1- ' "ff'kf3Ql'ffW, . fe . I ,.f'5xf1.' f T ,WW I T T J -32... Row 1: B. Ventre, N. Guetle, R. Volker, M. Ducheny, J. Nodler, VV. Reynolds, T. lYeber, H. lvhitaker, B. Bucher, F. Kerley, J. Kein, Doll, R. Ruehl, R. Derflein, T. Keller, VV. Ridder, J. VVade, B. Flynn. Row Q: lllr. H. Huebener, J. McCoy, J. VValsl1, W. lNIcCarthy, J. 88 lllartini, VV. lllaegly, T. Grove, G. Bley, J. Illeyer, J. Linnaman, D. Casey, R. Farrell, YV. Jansen, G. Fey, W. Holstegge, J. Faecher, P VVeron, J. Nevins, T. Thinnes, H. Barlage, D. Kunkel, G. Dolan, T Lagaly. X x Q ' L' I xxx.,-144 G ee Club The Glee Club proved to be one of the most popular activities around Elder this year. The Muses must have smiled as the lads gave a good account of themselves at the Dedication of Saint Peter's Cathe- dral and the Spring Concert. . . . with their glasses held on high, . . .' i I Q F Q' e I "Come on, fellas. I,et's hear those golden tones. 89 YWQ igilantes 'lhe V1ges hue up for mspection 90 The Yigilantes are a well known organization. Each year Seniors Vie to become a "Yig." Such duties as keeping order in the halls, selling candy during the noon-hour lunch period, and helping Freshnien to be- come acquainted with Elder life fall to these men. This year the tasks were some- what more difficult because of the crowded conditions. And yet, the Yigilantes helped to make life at Elder just a little more enjoyable for all of us. u v 1 ,- v v r Y -, 1 Q., 'F' .- F,".-! r,e sv," vi-'r,,,f ""fQf rr Y? V? fer? V? WP7' V-3' jr, V ,f' 'K Reinemlmer, Jack, one bar in a slot. We lost too much money yesterday Ralph Jerger seems to be making sure that Terry doesn't eheat Jim. 91 Plenty of paper so there is no excuse that homework can't be finished. 92 B001 An eve tore ryday event occurs at the Supply Store. g . ,.-f 'K ,qf ' Q .4 ll iyzifiil iw, J .zif ee W if Elderaides Row 1: Bottom to Top: J. Braun, S. Streicher, J. Reder, R. Davis, P. Bergelt, J. Schroeder, D. Tekulve, J. Busche, D. Gunter, D. Pelzel, S. Mar- tini, L. Scheidt. Row Q: K. Sand, G. Stenger, F Lauck, D. Ames, J. Powell, P. Cummings, L. Tepe, R. Buelterman, R. Jorg, T. Klett, W. Cain, J, Neiheisel. Row 3: J. Braun, T. Reynolds, L. Mai- feld, J. Henz, T. Treinen, W. Buschur, F. Umberg, D. Bradford, K. Abrams, R. Averbeck, T. Aylward. T. Lustenberger. Row ll: R. Sand, D. Townsend, J. Monahan, R. Pelzel, J. Steinker, G. Bush, M. Brennan, VV. Wiesner, R. Ring, A. Martini, T. Price, F. Bussman. hers v S s S L Row 1.' R. Sand, K. Sand, L. Becker, R. Lucas, F. Schneiders, M. Gehring, JM. Hayden, S. Townsend, VV. Gildea. Row D. Haas, G. Kessler, D. VVesterkamp, F. Bloemker, G. Saba, L. Blaifeld, T. Kuhn, J. Kallrueyer. Row 3: H. Blaifeld, T. Glandorf, J. Einhaus, E. Berting, L. Schoenung, P. Gunter, D Looney, J. Schnider, D. Stewart. Row 4: YV. Christensen, G. Kist, VV. Wiesner, R. Schmerber, J. Schroe der, B. Beiting, E. Robinson, D. Tekulve. Row 5: J. Dreyer, R. Wagner, J. Kaeser, B. Deitzer, B. Holtel T. Lustenburger, J. Reinhart, J. Robinson. Cafeteria Ladies 1 ff , ,E '23, 5 2? ' X if ' 5 ,. .. I -: v af V. . it K li 94: 'T fi 1 9 -a 5 Opportunities for the students to offer their services around Elder are had by being an Usher or a cafeteria Worker. The Ushers handle the crowds at the various sporting events. They sell programs, handle seatings, and do all the other tasks that make up a sporting event. The Cafeteria YVorkers serve food, act as waiters for the faculty members, wash dishes and clean up after the noon hour lunch period has been completed. Get your hand out of there. Row 1: Fr. Strittmatter, J. Ventre, H. Keller, J. Steinker, P. Zloba, L. Kreimer, YY. Gildea. Row P. Bergelt, J. llfartini P. Vorherr, R. Ring, G. Kist, D. Wleiucr, T. Schaaf, C. Kern, G. Sparke, R. Farrell, T. Schliukert, E. Keller. C ess lub "Your Movef, 96 The BMOC Cbig men on campusj usu- ally all become members of the Senior Activities Committee. These gentlemen make arrangements for all the social events held at Elder during the school year. They plan skits, decorate, and in general enkindle the Elder spirit. Father Vocke was the Bloderator this year. Senior Activities Committee ,Q-3-s It took some talking and rounding up to get these men together for a picture. The ACTIVITIES COBIBIITTEE is usually too busy doing things. 97 Seated: BI. Nolan, J. YYa1sh, J. Heisel, J. Neyer, T. Bandenburg, E. Cummings, A. VVorst. Standing: T. Bissmeyer, B. Jostworth, J. Huber, J. Dobelhoff, D. Kent, T. Faeth, KJ. Geiger, Absentj. EDITORS-J. Walsh, J. Heisel, J. Neyer, T. Bandenburg. 98 Purpl ui ll Staff The lloderator of the Purple Quill is Father Gratsch. Under his guiding hand, students acquire experience in putting together a newspaper. All the usual happen- ings that occur around a city school are reported 'fclass activities and projects, sporting events, and social life. Purple Quill staffers go farther, however. They coni- Inent on local and national questions. They survey the student body opinion on questions of movie ratings and dating. Wvhcre news is to he had, a Quill reporter will be there. From apparent chaos comes il first rate paper. 99 A Mike Yvallace Interview White Eversharp Seated: R. Keller, M. Reynolds, S. Wahl, L. Baarlaer, C. Kern, G. Bley, J. Ventre. Standing: G. Kist, M. Ducheny, E Schulte, W. Eichold, P. Vorherr, J. Martini, D. Kemem, A. Seiwert. The VVhite Eversharp is one of the newest of the or- ganizations around Elder. This growing and popular paper is the successor to the old Students' Spokesman. Father Vocke is the Moderator. This experiment in school spirit is published every two Weeks and those students who possess a flair for the different and the unusual eagerly await its arrival. 100 r Is this a set up job, or do we always do business in this fashion? M Father Voc-ke gives silent approval 1'-SN -..ml i EDITORS-J. Heisel, J. Veutre, J. Geiger, T. Thinnes, P. YVeron. Elderado Staff if , ,. 'xxx ' ., ,QQ A Ed makes a deadline. 102 The sports' staff makes an important decision an ,.- K sexi-'-tif., 4 ,f ew -ts ' A A I' 3 fu 7 , E, A3 Jack Geiger Editor-in-Chief. Nik The business staff contacts il customer 1 'WX' X' 'sm "" .N-"s11g. R .vw VVhe11dy has trouble but gets his point across. 103 qv' gg :2gKAF?X!' K.. .1 ,K 5 R K 1, Q-Q, Row 1: J. Dumont, L. Kreimer, R. Avel, L. Baarlaer. 56-P3 ll, gi' - r Q? 5 1 Qzxfizy Zvwf. A Qi? 55? C. Hotchkiss, G. Kirschner. Row Q: J. Kunkel, S. Juergens, T. Flynn, J. Geige Q7 49' swamp!! ,'.' ' ..1.-" T ' Lbzl 1 . , -. ,.-' , my U 'tj Father Duesing, Moderator. sf .. -21 ,--f 12, .QJQHM W. 104 'W 'V' wqagw 1' me Ah'-'fx 1 . I' ri Judging cntrics into the annual photo contest is not as easy :is it looks, decides Camera President Geigcr :md Vice President Baarlzlcr. "Now this is how you do itf' amera lub HQ... The theory of the textbook and the lecture takes on, new meaning when future physi- cists work out their various experiments. al' X I . V- "5-.A XA'-A Physio ll The Physics Club is under the direction of Father Sahlfeld. The purpose of the organization is to give to students an opportunity to carry out specialized re- search which cannot be done during the regular lab periods because of a lack of time. This year members placed entries into the Triple Science Fair at Xavier University and took four awards. ack: J. Ghresham, G. Sparke, L. Hausman, G. Bley, T. Greve, T. Thinnes. Front: R. Kopp, YV. Harms, . Reynolds, J. Heisel, K. Beckstedt. Chemistr lu Father Huitink guides the fortunes of the Chemistry Club. The members under the direction of Father carry out special- ized experiments and investigate prob- lems which interest them personally. The members also entered thc Triple Science Fair at Xavier University and took their share of awards. 107 Father Putnick and the cast take time out for a picture for Father Duesing. The Dramatic Club of Elder is one of the oldest organizations on campus. This group usually produces four plays a year. However, this year only one play was given. Quality made up for lack of quantity. Teahouse On The August Jlloon was a srnash hit. Plans are being made by Father Putnick for next season. The Elder Thespians will be busy again. 108 Pete and Spark prepare for the bout Hey, Yvilburl Pick yourself up. Charles gets a point across. 109 as Q! 'K Elder Welfare Association ii How 1: Paul Lynch, lvilliam Jostworth, Sabina Nemmm, Father Stang. Row 2: lllarizm Hoettker, lllargaret Herzog. Row rl.lll0I1lflS Kaiu, Joseph Scherer, Paul Bungenstock, lvilliam VVall, Elmer Haruist, Edward lllorris. 110 lumni Association Cullcliflzllm-s -11111 Ilulxwty, .luv S1Ik11llIllL'yQI', .lou Grady :md 1,011 fix'iH'e11 nmkv 11 11103 flJl'YfJ1l'SCI1lI'11lg.f lllu olcctimls. UF FIC li RS Frank 112111101 John lvmbcrgg Don Ilubcl' Falllvr Huilink Fatllvl' Stung PFl1S1lll'I'1t Vim--1'1'vsi1l0I1t SOC'I'012ll'y N I orlvrzzior TI'c:1s111'0r 'l'l1c XV1IlIl1IIgfl'2l1llI11l2l1L'S xx illn llu-ir IIHIIIIIQC1' J. Llllllllilll. 111 Afhl tics The Wonder of G0cl's creation is seen not only in a keen mind but, also, in a bonlyfdiseiplinerl and physically fit. So athletics serve as an integral part of the school life at Elder. Few people realize the grind to which athletes subject themselves in preparation for their games, meets, and matches. For every minute of interscholastic eompetition a team practices about four hours,fprobably more. Nor is that all. To be a member in good standing of a Panther squad, athletes must maintain their scholastic standing. 112 eheh - .Qi . -ff' i I , .,,L, iq I - ,j ' . Tx Coaches Bertoia, Scardiua, and Dieringer invite us to relive some of the highlights of the past year 113 Football The camera records the seriousness and deep concern of the team during a tense moment of the past football season. 114 fi X ' - i T o A Kg 3 X, , N I ? r 5 F if - .4 If Q :Qi we 5- . . -. , .F lg. f-4 ...ei M - .. . .ig J f w , 'lg ,lay . '4 as J' -.ig1jz-. 41 . S 2 - '. ,. 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Bedinghaus, VV. Belbot, P. Zloba, D. Specht, J. McCoy. Varsity-1957 . . ZR 1-..-,, ' ,,...-n-"1 Father Bertke lNIr. Kolkrneyer Athletic Director Business Manager 115 y I isele strikes daylight in West Hi game. liucnbcrgcr on his way for 70 yards and a touchdown iganist Hannlton August Q0-a hot, sultry day-saw fifty football candidates report to Coach Verg Scardina. This was to be the first of many practice sessions held day and night in preparation for the coming season. As the brisk, September breeze swept across Trechter Stadium, the Panthers downed a highly rated YVithrow eleven, Q6-6. Jerry Ludwig got things started late in the first quarter by recovering a YYithroW fumble on the Tigers, 20 yard line. Two plays later Paul Uinberg streaked across from the eight. The try for the extra point was wide. Yvithrow pounded out 65 yards with lllillhouse carrying the load to tie up the score six all at intermission tirne. Elder scored twice in the third quarter. Paul Bob Farrell Jim Niehaus Carl Ottovsay Tackle Guard Tackle 116 Dick Eisele Tom Finnigan Tom Reinstatler Halfbfwk End Guard Umberg Went over from the two and ficetfooted Tom Cummings hit pay dirt from the twenty-five. The fourth and final tally came in the early part of the last period with Captain Umberg scoring his third touchdown of the evening. The following week the Panthers traveled to Hamilton to play the "Big Bluef, Hamilton displayed their strength late in the first quarter as they swept our ends to initiate the first tally of the game, but the extra point was wide. Early in the second period Elder pushed across the first score with Umberg going the final six yards. Paul converted and Elder held a 7 to 6 lead. Then Urnberg pitched out to Luen- Doll gets a block in the Purcell game. Typical pile up in the Wvegt Hi game 71 - -- - - - ' - .V -Q n-v ,VW , , VVainscot turns on speed. lNIud helps Umberg slip oil' tackle berger on a beautifully executed option play that went for '70 yards and a touch- down. The conversion was good and the Panthers held a substantial 14-6 lead at half time. Not to be outdone the Big Blue scored again in the third period closing the margin 14-13. A re-covered fumble gave Hamilton its Winning opportunity. They drove with fury to place the final marker on the scoreboard and the game ended,- Hamilton Q0, Elder 14. Home fans received their first look at the Panthers against lYoodward. Elder started the scoring early with Umberg carrying over from the 2 yard line. The con- version Was Wide. Bob DiGI'S .Terry Ludwig George lYalters Linebacker End Tackle 118 in J W .,i,.,...X,fes4, . A iff: 1 . mai ' K r.-jg 5 img qw .Z ,VA ww, ':3uv?,,w, .?F.Q AJ, 7 rw ggi! ,'ML.,f.Z,. ,5 .,f mimi, -Y iw? lf! 'fmt 1 New 'wif fi -1 E david? - 'Q 3?.1l'r frsidgg ,KW ,wx .P .,,,, 4, ,, ' A Suggs ,..H,i.?y.. ,,,rd.7gi .1Q,,,f5, iffy, , ww: ,.8yv,Vg9f?,g"'Q,v H15-Q: 'f.?.4ipL,?i s. Q- xg , L, ixN.i,.ff .L tv miie: Y f"+ 1? .A QE Paul Urnberg Pete VVeron Quarterback Tackle Half back Luenberger picked oft' a Bulldog pass and drove to their twenty. Then Bob scored from the ten. The conversion was good and the Panthers held a 13-0 lead at the quarter mark. lu the second quarter Luenberger scored again when he broke off tackle for 30 more yards and the touchdown. The point after touchdown again was missed and the scoreboard at intermission read Elder 19, Wvoodward 0. Elder started oft early in the third quarter as Gene Doll rounded right end for another 6 points and, also, converted. Terry XYainscot broke into the clear and scored on a 40 yard play. The conversion was blocked. The game ended and Elder was the Victor with an impressive 32-0 score. Hilvert gets acquainted with a Cavalier. Panther spilled behind the lme 1. x :P i 5 'flu :Tv :ff Klwrgia rx' Raft? Tyla' W Q li ' 'V 't.! ,gif 1 QF A M u A I 'V f' , H N 1 AX it f'f , 037. ,X?5'.hT?nLf 'L , .5 X ,.4'3'f'l?'8l. 1 E-5 M, 0 . V . F!!! .K .31 A Bob Luenberger if 45 Al, iii Jerry Ventre Ed Aug John Ohmer Halfback End Legaly is boxed in by a host of tacklers. Eisele side steps a potential tackler Dayton Dunbar was to be the next victim of the Panthers. On the first play from scrimmage Luenberger bolted over center for a beautiful 94 yard touchdown. Doll converted for a 7-0 score. A bad pass from center on an attempted punt placed the Panthers in another scoring position. Eisele coasted over from the six and Doll again found the range for the conversion. Quarterback Frank Fiorino tossed a 20 yard pass to Luenbcrger for another touchdown. Tom Legaly threw a beautiful spiral pass to Bob Luenberger and added six more points. The conversion was missed and this ended the scoring for the first half. In the second half a blocked punt and a run by diminutive Terry Wainscot gave Elder its iifth touchdown. Sonny Doll added the extra point to end the scoring for the Panthers. Dayton managed two touch- Linebacker 120 'l-Vx! ge if Wendel Nlaeglcy Fred Nemann Jim Jostworth Center Fullhneli Guard downs in the fourth quarter und the gzune ended, Elder 34, Dayton 13. The Panthers next defeated the Stateis sixth ranked teznn, Portsmouth, Q0-6. llilvert broke the iee in the second period as he pulled down ar 15 yard touchdown pass. Guard Jim Nl0ll2tllS bloc-ked a Portsmouth punt on the 18. However, an lvm- berg fumble on the three ended the threat. Tom Reinstatler intercepted a pass on the Q0 and streaked zu-ross the goal for the second sc-ore. Sonny Doll added the extra point. Portsmouth pic-ked up their loan marker in the second quarter. Elder got their final tally in the third period with lvniberg and Luenberger moving the ball down field. lvI11b6'1'g made tl1e touchdown from the two and Luenberger converted for the extra point. I mberf, to Lnenherger and six more points. Flnnigan intercepts a Portsmouth pass, I M 'iffy - , V L,.r s A X Q f. ., - - .el til I?,.5f .W ,.,-ff' mmf And turkey on Thanksgiving. Luenberger outruns the defense On October 25 the Panthers met Ironton. Butch Bedinghaus picked up 68 and 20 yards successively to put the Purple and Wfhite on the four yard line. Luen- berger made the touchdown but the conversion was wide. Diers intercepted an Iron- ton pass and with the aid of a holding penalty the ball was placed on the visitors, 21. A pass to Lucnberger picked up 17 yards and Umberg went over right end for the score. The conversion again was wide. Another intercepted pass and an Urnberg ari- elto Luenberger made it the third touchdown. Doll's conversion was good. Ironton moved downfield in the third period to push across a touchdown but failed on the conversion. Elder scored again when Hilvert caught Urnberg's pass and carried to the 29. On a pitchout Luenberger scored. DHFYH TUH161' TOII1 Klusruan Claude Dell Fllubfmk End Halfback MQ Bob Luenberger grabbed an Ironton pass and carried it to the Q5. Nemann went up the middle for the last touchdown of the evening. Doll converted and the Pan- thers were victorious 32-6. Elder next met Saint Xavier in the Greater Cincinnati League doubleheader. Neither team could break through the defense during the first half. Early in the third quarter Steve Apking, X quarterback, faked into the line and then dropped back to throw a beautiful pass to end Dave Boneau for 59 yards and the score. The conversion was good and St. X lead 7-0. Elder, showing offensive life for the first time, marched down the field on line plays with Umberg making the tally. The con- version was wide and the scoreboard read 7-6. On the following Sunday, Elder met the mighty Purcell squad in a Homecoming contest. Purcell halfback Andy Chiodi went up the middle early in the second quar- ter for 15 yards and the touchdown. The extra point being good, Purcell walked oH the field at halftime with a 7-0 lead. Elder was to hit the pay dirt early in the fourth period. Umbcrg's 30 yard pass to Hilvert placed the ball on Purcellfs 20. Umberg bootlegged the ball around right end to the four. Paul, on the third quarterback sneak, carried over for the score from the one foot line. A bad center forced Luen- berger to run the ball. However, he was unsuccessful and the game ended Purcell 7, Elder 6. Elder met Roger Bacon the following Sunday. This game was to end the GCL play and help to decide the championship. Playing in mud and rain, the Purple and White recovered their winning ways. VVhen the final minutes ran out, Elder de- feated the Spartans, 6-0. On a miserable, rainy, Thanksgiving morning, 12,000 fans packed Elder stadium for the 29th renewal of the Price Hill Championship. Halfback Dick Eisele broke loose early in the first quarter and carried the ball to VVest Hi's 30. Sonny Doll drove up the center for the initial score. The Panthers converted a recovered fumble into a touchdown late in the second quarter with Umberg taking it over from the ten. Doll's conversion was good. Although rain slowed down the game in the second half, it did not stop Elder from scoring. The Panthers moved the ball steadily up the field as Umberg carried the final three yards. Again the conversion was good. Luen- berger carried the burden in Elder,s final touchdown drive. He scored the final touchdown of the game and the season. The curtain dropped in triumph. 123 f Row 1: E. VValtz, T. Jantzen, H. Depker, T. Boady, H. Schulte, G. Link, C. lllinicie, H. Grampke, S. Taft, D. Ames. Row Q: B. Sanders, E. Schindler, D. Day, F. St. Charles, J. Coleman, D. Geiscr, H. Lugering, J. Grimm. Row 3: M. Ottaway, BI. Howlloran, S. Fox, L. Robbins, C. Vliitskin, R. Averbeck, R. Farrlow. Row 4: VV. Wlagmann, J. Scherer, L. Mees, J. Lambert, B. Austing, F. lYhallan. R0-w 5: R. Cummings, H. Fry, J. Flannigan, Coach Roger Bertoia, C. Cattanzaro, B. James, H. Bedinghaus, J. VVeber. Re erves SEASON RECORD Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Purcell Xavier Roger Bacon Purcell Xavier Roger Bacon Hamilton fl' f - f 53.1 , . f .W iiii J 'U' fi lv ""' ' all ,-.,-s, , K . , Am gs, . fe 'if7'la ,Q af 'W - - 4 .-1.. 5' k . f ,M .W . .,..f..,..,ls., 4 lr ,. ..,,,-.,,f.w....a, , f W f ra f 7. V ,N 1 . , ...yr--. mmf V, 'im A ,hlsy X . Riggs, V, A A,. Vi. :PM ai w -'.. .. f' . f f .L ff, may ' 4' " Tiff 3. 53 39? - .. -1 . 'f"T3'4Sf . ' Flax- Y - . ' A 511 5 -1 M 73735 Tram-'1.,,' ff '-uzvf. '. ' ll'l, " lil?-552 X f 1 ' MM -wil l :fw o '?ilf' a21sz 'ff Q aliiw L6Z?ifiia'i'J 13.2 ' -if ' il ilifwf rffw ilmi 11 5 - ' X 5 .1 ww J M efzafifilf K rf Pedota clears a path for Link against St. Xavier. ? Q a 2 lf s 3 5 ? 1' SEASON RECORD Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Steinbeck in trouble against St. X. Freshman McNicholas Q Purcell 6 Xavier 0 Roger Bacon 6 Purcell 6 Xavier 0 Fred Meyer eludes a few would be Xavier tacklers. A WN, MM A Www-eww..a..,,,,.., 3 Q vw-Mfwww-Q ,W f f , wh MW. w.m,U, K 2 ' K 1 ----c,,,,. at 2 MV f Nw-w-Q. v gt' v g ,4 A,f, Q WMM 9, A ,.,L q ,,.,L,, . in in. 'fi A """" in -. A ff" 5 .M 1-.H 1 .Q-... X -. aa- an D an-sw 5 l -in S 7 A Ewmnu g ' 5 ww, 2 - E A ! I , ,w a S i K A J w ,ziggy 5 5 I ', HS A4 .M " V V M , v f , Q 1 - 5 f'-Cm 'lx K , 1. K t,., , Lk -L V m,,xW,W,. -, K " " W M-nemuaem ,,v. fL,M,,,M . if my ia- 8, , 1 D g gi G A.. ,AL , 4 Kneeling: J. Hilvert, T. VVeber, D. Casey, J. Linneman. Standing: T. Mcltlahon, S. Seger, R. Richardson, J. Schulte, B Jordan, J. Kaiser, llianagers B. Keifer, T. Kelly. When lNIr. Dieringer called the first basketball session, only one boy was a member of last year's championship team. This was to be a season for re-building. At first, the squad displayed their inexperience. However, as the season progressed, the Pan- thers proved that they Were a team that could not be underrated. This team was red hot in the District Tournament and fought its way to the finals. Here they bowed to Saint Xavier, the District Champs. 127 Tom Weber makes it two more points for Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder VVO0ClVV2lI'd Xvillllllt Hills MeNieholas Fenwick Saint lllary Delphos St. John Hamilton Cath. Roger Bacon Purcell Taylor Xavier Roger Bac-on 60 on 41 53 63 49 'T 5 43 61 78 33 50 Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder Elder 47 Ham. Public 70 44 Cov. Catholic 52 GQ Purcell 49 59 Newport Cath. 64 51 Xavier 54 54 Wvest High 43 District Tournament 60 Colerain 46 49 Norwood 47 58 Sycamore 33 48 Xavier 59 Ililvert sinks :mother one in the tmclitiorral game against W1-st Ili. Wvatclr out Bomber! Here I como Stop aside geuts. I got two points hero. Sink it 111311. A time out and :1 bit ol' udvi from the Coach. ,i 130 cr rf u of my hand. Cillff you som- I want the ball. I can 110 Flllytllillg you C1111 do. I can do anytlxiug better than you. Thutys all right men. Everybody likes to get into the ac-'K Sink this, Casey. And we're in. 132 Un U10 lookout for ai flaw in Ccwillgicmlfs defense A beloved sports, figure at Elder makes his way to the drcssing room. :Tig X ,Jef 173225 lk! fgu Kneeling: T. Bushman, F. Bleyer, J. VVHH, J. Scherer, J. Lucbbcrs. Standing: T. Schiller, T. Goettke, E. Blcy, T. Apke T. Steins, E. Grosswiler, Rlgr. Reserves lb that Come on, boys. Get out ofthe way Row 1.' T. Pfliegel, T. King, H. Elesser, N. Kaiser, S. Gunn, G. Schroeder. Row Q: R. Roncker, R. Sahnd, T. Brenann, D Schmerber, J. Flanigan, T. Rogers, J. Stanton. Row 3: R. Scherer, L. Faeth, VV. Holtel, D. Kneipp, R. Goettke, T. Bley R. Metz. FRESHMAN UA Row 1: R. Ruehl, R. Farrell, L. Nichaus, R, Luenberger, P. Urnberg, R. Vogel, D. VVall, T. Rienstatler, T. Kelly. Row Q T. VVebcr, T. Steinbeck, B. Goins, H. Bediuglmus, J. Huber, S. Doll, J. Kain. Row J: S. Seger, YV. Kiefer Qmanagerj, E Tepe, DI. Pascha, T. Tiettmeyer, D112 Ray Dieriuger, coach. EB LL '58 137 7' 1. , ll, Q. H Q '- ' , N' fs ff. ' I 3 , 'M'A"'Q'fwM - if I-wifi27ffiffff?H?Q?f , , , K K iL,fk,,A,,1?-532-wy 2g2w11,',efa?fa?Q s1 -67 L1 2- 1,31 W-1,-,qxfm-La,f Z I - 5 ' --"' -P 2 b M H f- ,1,..4w,L an A -my ,K - W "T: yea" , 'Z ,,.. L -M' 5,325 -' -V f -ff., 5-agegggnfyixil " J --1: a:- -Vg . ..,. , ...f :,:,, ,.. 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' 3 ' - uw .- ,4 P g ' -"' if - ' L W . , A -J f - f i N .V-it , a , , MN N - ,L-,. 1 ww 1, - -.-.:. ,--Tv, Q: K, .,.1 Jin - I I -W Am K , . .Mk -1 I t f: W ' +-gf-was " 1 Miw f- 5: SWB-Q Q . -M '51 'Q-zz - ,, f' 1, 'fx' . bf- 5, "1 'Q -b N Q.--M 52 --.:'vf1gli.igV,gf'-gk." W 'i'4'f.'4--y,niE"X5 . . 'V ' ' 'W'iv.:',. .f-M,-I-f-'L 2- " -- A " . wil.. Another hit. In there and safe! 138 ff 4 g 0 f --Q 4 , - Q wil vu' 'V -M'LXe'imW nw' ,. , ,A Y ,mb A Q Stanley. A side line injury. The face of determination f ur' Y .Q VER NN 7"'Nx jx, X fx R553 f E Ai- J xx!--Q XX X Q i 1 Q Congratulations and Best Wishes to the GRADUATING CLASS of 1958 Elder Welfare Association lumni Mr. William Jostworth Mr. Paul Lynch .... Mrs Mrs. Mrs Rev. Sabina Nemann . . Louis Wherle . . Marion Hoetker ssoeiation OFFICERS . . . ........... ........ P resident Vice-President . . . . . Recording Secretary . . Corresponding Secretary . .... Financial Secretary Urban J. Stang . . . ......... Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mr. Edward Morris Mr. Ernest McMahan Mr. Norbert Guetle Dr. Joseph Jansen Mr. Joseph Scherer Mr. John Baum Mr. Paul Bungenstock Mrs. Mildred Peet . . Mrs. Margaret Herzog .............................. ' ' er William Wall and Elm Mrs. Virginia Mulvey COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN . ..... Program . . . . . . . . Membership . Publicity Harnist .................... Refreshments . . . . Delegate to the Federation of Catholic PTA There is no Reason why every Parent of an Elder Student and every Graduate should not belong to the Welfare Association. ln the Twenty-eighth Year ot its existence, the Association has given Elder High School over 317,500.00 worth ot Permanent Improvements. 142 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND HENTZMAN'S PHARMACY 3722 Harrison Avenue GLENWAY CHEVROLET 4225 Glenway Avenue ""Ws COMPLIMENTS OF McALPIN'S WESTERN HILLS SHOPPING CENTER Always at your Service THE WESTERN HILLS LOAN and DEPOSIT COMPANY INSURED SAVINGS . . . 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Mr. Sz Mrs. Albert Rush Mr. Sz Mrs. Wesley Rutenschroer Mr. Sz Mrs. Albert Ruwe Mr. Sz Mrs. Allen Ryan Mr. Sz Mrs. Leo Saalfeld Mr. Sz Mrs. George Saba Mr. Sz Mrs. Robert Sahnd Mr. Sz Mrs. Cyril Sand Mr. Sz Mrs. Wilson Sander Mr. Sz Mrs. Edwin Sauer Mr. Sz Mrs William Saupe Mr. Sz Mrs. Theodore Schaaf Mr. Sz Mrs. William Schachleiter Mr. Sz Mrs. Lloyd Schaefer Mr. Sz Mrs. Richard Schaerer Mr. Sz Mrs Charles Schafer Mr. Sz Mrs John Schaffer Mr. Sz Mrs George Schaible Mr. Sz Mrs Arthur Schaller Mr. Sz Mrs Robert Scheidt Mr. Sz Mrs Raymond Scheidt Mr. Sz Mrs. Norbert Scheper Mr. Sz Mrs. Jack Scheper Mr. Sz Mrs Joseph Scherer Mr. Sz Mrs Robert Scherer Mr. Sz Mrs Charles Schiller Mr. Sz Mrs Edmund Schindler Mr. Sz Mrs John Schlesinger Mr. Sz Mrs. Alvin Schlinkert Mr. Sz Mrs Thomas Schlinkert lNIr. Sz llrs. Melvin Schlomer Mr. Sz Mrs Edward Schmerber Mr. Sz Mrs Norbert Schmid Mrs. Anna Schmidt Mr. Sz Blrs. Edward Schmidt Mr. Sz Mrs Charles Schneider lNIr. Sz hlrs John Schneider hir. Sz hlrs John Schnieder Mr. Sz Mrs. Frank Schnieders 159 Mr. hir. lNIr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. lNIr. Mr. Mr. Dir. Dir. Mr. hir. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. hir. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. hir. Mr. lN1r. Mrs. Mr. hir. Mrs. Mr. Mr. hir. Mr. lNIr. Mr. Mr. lNIr. hir. Mr. Sz Mrs Frank Schnur Sz Mrs Charles Schoch Sz Nlrs Edward Schoening Sz Mrs Thomas Schoenung Sz Mrs. Daniel Schonhoft Sz Mrs. Joseph Schorsch Sz Mrs. William Schrader Sz Mrs Robert Schrage Sz Mrs Harry Schrand Sz Mrs Herbert Schrand Sz Mrs Vernon Schroeder Sz Mrs Francis Schroeder Sz Mrs Raymond Schroeder Sz Mrs Harold Schroer Sz Mrs Oliver Schroer Sz Mrs. Bernard J. Schroot Sz Mrs. Donald Schuerman Sz Mrs. Albert Schulte Sz Mrs Henry Schulte Sz Mrs Lawrence Schulten Sz Mrs. John Schultz Sz Mrs Joseph Schultz Catherine Schultz Sz Mrs Frank Schulz Sz Mrs Paul Schulz Sz Mrs Clarence Schuman Sz Mrs. Joseph Schuster Sz Mrs. Anthony Schutte Sz Mrs. Howard Schutte Sz Mrs R. A. Schutte Sz Mrs Clement Schwab Sz Mrs Robert Schwab Sz Mrs Eugene Schwarber Sz Mrs John Schwartz Sz Mrs Bernard Seger Sz lNIrs. Stanley Seger Sz Mrs Harold Seibert Sz Mrs Edward Seifert Sz Mrs Irvin Seitz Sz Mrs. Robert Seitzer Sz Mrs Anthony Seiwert Sz Mrs. Roy Selby Sz Mrs Oscar Sellet Sz lNIrs. Stanley Serey Sz Mrs Frank Setters Sz Mrs Harry Seurkamp Sz Mrs. Thomas Shannon Sz Mrs Edward Sharkey Sz Mrs Thomas Shaw Sz Mrs Edward Sheldon Kay Shields Sz Mrs. Lawrence Shriver Sz Mrs. Joseph Sicking Romilda Siemer Sz Mrs. Michael Sieve Sz lNIrs Richard Simon Sz Mrs Roy Sinnard Sz Mrs John Skelly Sz Mrs Cliiford Smith Sz Mrs. Joseph Smith Sz Mrs. Albert Smith Sz Mrs. Joseph Soete Sz lNIrs. Matthew Sohmer Sz Mrs. Allen Solomon Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. lNIr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs William Sonderman George Sparke Henry Specht George Spencer Cesare Spinelli Raymond Spitzmueller Charles Stacey Sz Mrs. . Joseph Stacey . Ralph Stalf . Edward Stanton Edwin Stauss Charles St. Charles Lawrence Steinbeck Richard Steinkamp . Theodore Steinker Thomas Steinman . Robert Stenger . LeRoy Stenger . Arch Stewart . Robert Stewart . John Stiegler Sz Mrs. Oliver Stiens Henrietta Stitzel Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs . Thomas Sullivan Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Elmer Stockelman Theodore Stolze William Stowe George Strassell Stanley Streicher Joseph Stricker William Strothman George Suder Jerome Sullivan Joseph Sunderman John Sweeney Florence Swick Alice Taft Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Raymond Tekulve Arthur Tenhundfeld . Dick Tensi Lawrence Tepe . Paul Tepe . Raymond Tepe . Peter Terefenko Frank Thernes George Theurer . Richard Thieman . Arthur Thinnes . Fred Thomas Ozzie Thompson Arthur Thompson Frank Threm . Louis Tieman Lawrence Tiettmeyer Mr. Sz Mrs. Henry Tighe lNIrs. Dorothy Timmers Mr. Sz Mrs Raymond Toepfert Mr. Sz Mrs John Tolle Mr. Sz Mrs Peter Topicz Mr Sz Mrs Harold Townsend Mr Sz Mrs Arthur Treinen Mr. Sz Mrs John Troehler Mr. Sz Mrs Carlos Tromey Mr. Sz Mrs Robert Tully Mr Sz Mrs. Thomas Tully Mr Sz Mrs. Anderson Turner Mr Sz Mrs. Larry Turner Mr Sz Mrs. Edwin Uhlenbrock Mr Sz Mrs Frank Umberg Mr Sz Mrs Raymond Umberg lVIr Sz Mrs. Carl Vance Mr Sz Mrs. Richard VanDeRyt Mr Sz Mrs Basil Vaught Mr Sz Mrs Arnold Veneman Mr Sz Mrs Gerard Ventre Mr Sz Mrs. Robert Vincent Mr Sz Mrs Carl Vitt Mr Sz Mrs John Voelker Mr Sz Mrs Austin Voelker Mr Mr Mr Sz Mrs Sz Mrs Sz Mrs. Joseph Vogel Gerhard Vogeler Pirmin Vogelgesang Mr Sz Mrs. Frank VonHolle Mr Sz Mrs Philip Vorherr Mr Sz Mrs Frank Vorholt Mr. Sz Mrs Guenther Voss Mr Sz Mrs Ralph Vuotto Mr Sz Mrs Edwin Wade Mr Sz Mrs Larry Wagner Mr. Sz Mrs Joe Wagner Mr. Sz Mrs John Wahl Mr Sz Mrs Jerome Wahl Mr Sz Mrs Craig Wainscott Mr Sz Mrs Frank Waldron Mr. Sz Mrs William Wall Mr. Sz Mrs Roy Waller Mr. Sz Mrs Joseph Walsh Mr Sz Mrs Vincent Walsh Mr Sz Mrs Walter Walsh Mr. Sz Mrs Albert Walter Mr. Sz Mrs William Walter Mr. Sz Mrs Clarence Waltz Mr Sz Mrs Carl Weber Mr Sz Mrs Joseph Weber Mr. Sz Mrs Joseph C. Weber Mr. Sz Mrs Francis Weber Mr. Sz Mrs Charles Weberding Mr. Sz Mrs. Clarence Wegman 160 Mr. Sz Mrs. Eugene Wegman Mrs. Mary Louise Wegman Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. hir. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. hir. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Marie Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz lNIrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Wegman Arthur Weigand Sidney VVeiner Harry VVelsh Earl Wempe Edward VVernke b Peter Weron Q N William Westendorf Louis Westerkamp Frank Whalen Louis Wherle John Whitaker Joseph Wick William Wiesner Joseph Wilhelm August Wilke Bernard Wilkinson Ray Willenborg George Williamson Edward Wills VVilliam Wilson Frank Wilzbach John Windholtz Emil Windholtz Ray Winterhalter Joseph Witsken Lawrence Witsken Joseph Witson Paul Witte Richard Witterstaetter Agatha wimch Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Helen Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Sz Mrs. Paul Wittrock Edward Wohlfrom Herbert Wolfer John Wollering Joseph Wood Joseph Worst William Wright Ralph Wuest Wulfekuhl Emil Wurtz Raymond Wurtz Clifford Wynn Raymond Yeazell John Yunker Ernest Zimmerman A. Zimmermann Paul Zloba Arthur Zuber John Zwick Father Sinking contemplates Father C0rnwell's next move. CULTY AT PL Y Father Yockc hopes for an strike. BUILDI G A EW ELDER Monsignor Kuhn blesses the ground at ceremonies opening a new era in Elder's history. 162 A - 'W--..,,,,.,. , '-k, A welcomed sight occurs at Elder. -anqqiwivaisw 163 E IDR CTI ITIE Edward H. Aug, Auger, C.S.lX'I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderado 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student Henry F. Ausdenmoore, Hank, C.S.M'.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Thomas E. Aylward, C.S.lXI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria Ivorker 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q. Albert H. Babey, Al, C.S.lN4.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. lvilliam B. Becker, Beck, Honor Student 1, C.S.Hl.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Gerald C. Beckmann, Clem, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Jerome VV. Beckmeyer, Pete, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4, Dramatic 1, 4. Kenneth D. Beckstedt, Ken, Transportation 4, C.S.hI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Urban J. Besl, Transportation 3, Activities 4, C.S.NI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. VVilliam B. Birkenheuer, Turk, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Richard V. Bley, George, Elderado 4, Activities 4, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Glee Club 4. Henry IN. Boesing, Boes, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderaide 1. Gerald E. Boland, Jake, Activities 4, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Harlod L. Brooks, Lee, Honor Student 1, Q, 3, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Richard T. Brunsman, Snurb, Honor 3, C.S.lN4.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Nicholas R. Bucher, Nick, C.S.lNT.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Thomas H. Bugenstock, Vigilantes 4, Activities 4, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Dramatic 1, Q, 3, 4. Donald E. Burns, Don, C.S.lN'I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Q, Basketball 1, Baseball 4. Philip E. Busch, Flee, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. James P. Busehe, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Robert E. Byrne, Zorro, Honor 1, Q, 3, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1. Jerome A. Carle, Jock, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria Wlorker Q, 3, 4. John N. Carpenter, Carp, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria 1, Q. Richard F. Christen, Chris, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4. Edward M. Conlon, Ed, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Kenneth L. Cook, Nook, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1. Edward J. Cummings, Buzz, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderado Joseph J. Dehler, Rat, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1. Claude R. Dell, Flash, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Q, 3, 4, Track 1, Q, 3, Band 1, Q. Robert Wi. Diers, Howard, C.S.lW.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 3, Vigilante 4, Football 1, VV. Anthony Eichhold, Ike, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4, Intramurals 1. Richard IV. Eisle, Eise, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3. Edward L. Emmerling, Ed, C.S.lN1.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 1. Donald R. Farrell, Red, C.S.BI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 3. Robert D. Farrell, Dash, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderado 4, Baseball 1, 3, Thomas Albert Feist, Knucks, C.S.lNfI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Raymond J. Fern, Stinky, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria 1, Basketball 1, Intramural 1. 4, Honor Student 1, Q. John B. Flanagan, Flan, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, IIonor Student 1, Q, Vigilante 4, Activities 4. Thomas L. Flanigan, Irish, C.S.BI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Track 1, Roger P. Frederick, Frog, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. lNIichael J. Gavin, Nlick, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. John A. Geiger, Jack, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderado 4, Vigilante 4. Robert C. Geigle, Wvhip, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q, 3, Dramatics 1, Q, 3, 4. Lawrence R. Glandorf, Tube, C.S.NI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 4, Activities 3, 4, Dramatics 3, Kevin XV. Gleason, Kev, C.S.lN'I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Honor Student 1. Thomas M. Goetz, Tom, C.S.M C 1, Q, 3, 4. Bruce C. Goins, Goose, C.S.BI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Q. Robert A. Gregory, Bob, C.S.NI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. 164 4. 1,Q Q,4 Q,3 4 James P. Gresham, Jim, C.S.l'I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Camera 1. J. Terrence Greve, Greves, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4, Golf 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderado 4. Timothy R. Griffin, Bird-dog, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Joseph A. Grote, Wvhitey, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria 1, Q, 3, 4. Karl A. Hamberg, Hamy, C.S.lNl.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 4, Activities 4 W'erner R. Harms, Roscoe, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Camera 1, Honor Pin Q. Leonard J. Hausman, Len, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4, Science 3. James E. Heisel, Heis, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4: Elderado 4, Basketball 1, Q, Activities 4, Quill 3. W'illiam P. Helmes, Bill, C.S.NI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria Q, Band 1. Robert J. IIerzog, Buzz, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Camera 1, Baseball 1. Ronald P. Hewald, Ron, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 4, Honor Student 1. Wlilliam VV. Heyob, HBH, C.S.lNl.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 1. James Wh Holtel, Hot, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Ifsher 1, Q, Honor Student 1. Jerome F. Holtel, Jerry, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Lsher 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 4, Honor Student 1. Albert A. Holzschuh, Al, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Usher 1, Chemistry 4. James J. Humbert, Hump, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Chemistry 4. Thomas II. Humpert, Tom, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Joseph M. Iacobucci, Iac, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. David T. Jeanmougin, Moe, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4. Leonard R. Jones, Jonsey, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4. E. James Jostworth, Jos, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Track Q, 3. David C. Juengling, Ching, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Jerrold 0. Juergens, Jerry, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student Q. Stephen T. Kain, Steve-A-Ri-No, C.S.lN'I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante Q, 4. W'illiam G. Kallschmidt, Bud, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q. Norbert J. Kappen, Norb, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Cafeteria Wlorker 1, Q. Joseph E. Kathman, Joe, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilantes 4, Honor Student 1, Band 1, Q, 3, 4 Edward J. Keller, Ed, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Camera Club Q, Honor Student 3. Thomas H. Kelly, Kell, C.S.lN1.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilantes 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4. Robert W. Kenan, Robby, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball Q, Glee Club 4, Vigilantes 4. William L. Kiefer, Kief, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria W'orker 1, Q. Albert B. Kleinberg, Al, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Thomas E. Klusman, Klus, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. Richard BI. Koeninger, Dick, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities Committee 4. Ronald Wl. Kohake, Ron, C.S:lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q. Robert A. Kopp, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilantes 4, Honor Student Q, 3. Richard WT. Korn, Ake, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Carl II. Kreimer, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, John Kreimer, Jack, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4. Wiilliam F. Krumpe, 1Yild Bill, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Band Q, 3, 4. Marion D. Kunkel, llarmaduke, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Honor Student 3. Donald J. Lally, Lal, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football lNIgr. 3, 4. Allen R. Langenbahn, Al, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Tennis 1, Honor Student 1, Q, 3. James Leahy, C.S.1I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Robert YV. Leuenberger, Lue, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderado 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. William B. Liscomb, Duke, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities Committee 4. Thomas P. Lonneman, Lot, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 1, Q, 3. Jerome E. Ludwig, Lud, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3, Vigilantes 4. John L. Luebbe, Goldie, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Thomas VV. Luebbering, Moose, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student Q, Vigilantes 4, Football Q Terrence J. Lynch, Terry, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilantes 4. James E. Lyons, Tiger, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria 1, Q, 3, Football Mgr. Q. Elmer J. Maas, Peat, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4, Usher Q. Wendel J. 1Iaegley, Wendy, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 1 165 James T. lVIaher, Moo-Moo, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Concession 1, Q, 3. Henry A. lwaifeld, Sagebrush, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4, Purple Quill 3, Usher 1, 3, 4 John P. lXIalone, Hunkey, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Honor Student 1, Q, 3. Thomas J. Maloney, Beetle, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Wlilliam J. lNIcCarthy, Little Emil, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilantes 4, Elderado 4, Glee Club 4. James McDonald, Mac, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Daniel N. McElroy, Mac. Patrick H. lNIcGoWen, Pat. Thomas INI. lVIclWahon, lNIac. John C. McWilliams, lllae. Terence A. lVIeehan, Terry. Gerald T. Menke, Menk. Edward T. Meyer. J. Wlilliam lNIeyer, Bill. John L. llliller, hlill, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Usher 1. P. Sam Minneei, Cimoli, C.S.iNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 4, Football 1, Q, Glee Club 4. Carl G. Mock, Jerry, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Walter N. Moll, lWort, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Tennis 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3. 4. Edward VV. lN'Iorris, Ed, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3. Norbert J. lllueller, Norb, C.S.lNl.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Camera 1, Q, Vigilante 4, Elderaide 1, Q, 3. Ronald L. lNIueller, Ron, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Camera 1, Q, Vigilante 4, Track 1, Q. Fred A. Nemann, Butch, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3, Baseball 1, George A. Neumann, Rock, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Joseph VV. Nevins, Harky, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderado 4, Activities 4, Intramural 1. Richard H. Neyer, Dick, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q, Daniel A. Niehaus, Knees, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball lllgr. Q, 3. James A. Niehaus, Bear, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Q, 3, 4, Vigilantes 4, Activities 4. Louis D. Niehaus, Dome, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Honor Student 1. lllichael IV. 0,liFli?11Q lNIike, C.S.lX1.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramural 1. ' John Ohmer, John, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria lVorkers 1, Q, Football Var. 4, Res. Q, Fresh. 1 Albert C. Orlando, Al, C.S.lXI.C. Q, 3, 4. Peter A. Ostmann, Pete, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Mgr. Q, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 1. Carl V. Ottaway, Carl, C.S.lN'I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Var. 4, Res. Q, Fresh. 1. James P. Owens, Bud, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Ronald G. Pelzel, Pelz, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, First Honors 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria 1, Q, 3, 4. Ernest E. Prater, Prats, C.S.1I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4. Joseph V. Rack, Joe, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 4. Henry J. Rahm, Terry, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4. Bernard H. Reckers, Bernie, C.S.lN'I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Werner S. Reichrath, Steve, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Quill Staff 3, Honor Pin Q. John A. Reder, Brown, C.S.hI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria 1, Q, Student lNIgr. 1, Q. David G. Reinhart, Dave, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderaide Q. Thomas R. Reinstatler, Rhinie, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4, Football Var, 3, 4, Res. Q. Joseph H. Reis, Jay, C.S.hI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Tennis 1, Honor Student Q. Vllilliam J. Reynolds, Bene, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student Q, 3, 4, Honor Pin 3. VVilliam J. Ridder, TeX, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Glee Club 4, Eversharp 4. Thomas J. Roa, Tom, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Dramaties 1, Q, 3, 4, Tennis 1, Q, Intramural 1. Joseph H. Robbe, Joe, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Paul J. Robben, Gable, C.S.hI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 1, Intramural 1. William C. Roddy, Rodo, C.S.hI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Paul J. Rosen, Paul, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Q, Honor Student 1, Q, 3. Dale B. Rothert, Dale, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Q, Usher Q, 3. Raymond R. Ruehl, Rook, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, Glee Club 4. Philip Ryan, Phil, C.S.BI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. William M. Saba, Sabu, C.S.lXI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Gary E. Sauer, Hank, C.S.KI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. 166 Charles R. Schafer, Pete, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Allen C. Sehaller, Schal, C.S.lN'I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Jol1n F. Schlesinger, John, C.S.M.C. 4. David A. Sehlinkert, Slink, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Res. Q, Fresh. 1. John V. Sehoenung, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4, Elderaide 1, Intramural 1. 1Villiam B. Schrader, VVill-Yum, C.S.lXI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4. Robert R. Schroeder, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. David R. Sehroer, Purple Quill StaH Q, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cafeteria 1Vorker 1, Q, 3. Joseph T. Schultz, Slutz, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Clement E. Schwab, Clem, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. John Schwartz, Jack, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4. James B. Seger, Cracker, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1. Irvin F. Seitz, Irv, C.S.1NI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1. Thomas lNI. Shannan, lNIick, C.S.iNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q. Thomas J. Sieking, Sic, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Kenneth L. Shriver, Shriv, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Joseph L. Sinnard, Duke, C.S.M.C. Q, 3, 4. Daniel J. Smith, Brooks, C.S.hI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Joseph C. Soete, Joe, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. George C. Sparke, Sparkey, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4, Dramatic Club 1, Q, 3, 4. David II. Specht, Dave, C.S.XI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3. Anthony D. Spinelli, Tinkerbell, C.S.lW.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4. David L. Stacy, Staee, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Intramural 1. Jerome F. Stiegler, Jerry, C.S.1I.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante 1, 3. James G. Strassell, Strass, C.S.lYI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Robert A. Szempruch, Zemp, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q. Robert E. Schnee, Sammy, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1. Robert F. Seitzer, Slim, C.S.INI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Arthur R. Tenhundfeld, Art, C.S.iNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Dramatics 1. Peter C. Terefenko, Finko, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 3. Thomas A. Thinnes, Tini, C.S.BI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4, Elderado 4, Glee Club 3, 4. Dennis IV. Thueneman, Den, C.S.1NI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Q. Robert L. Tieman, Pink, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. John F. Tolle, Smokey, C.S.iNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Darryl G. Turner, C.S.lVI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football Q, 3, 4. R. Paul Ivmberg, P.U., C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Elderado 4. 1Villiam E. Vaught, Bill, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, Football Q, Baseball 1. Gerard G. Ventre, Bruce, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q, 4, Football 3, 4, Activities 4 Richard C. Vogel, Dick, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Basketball 1. Robert Vogeler Gerald E. Vorholt, Jer, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4, Intramurals 1. Ralph E. Vuotto, Ralph, C.S.hI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Baseball 1. Daniel P. VVall, Dan, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Intramurals 1. Ronald L. VValler, Tiny, C.S.lI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Vigilante Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4. George L. Walter, Bucky, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry 4, Intramurals 1 Joseph C. VVeber, Ned, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q, Honor Pin Q. Donald P. 1Vegman, Shadow, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1. David E. Wempe, Dave, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4. Peter F. 1Veron, Pete, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Activities 4, Golf Q, 3, 4. Robert L. 1Vherle, Bob, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Dramatics Q, 3, Vigilante 4, Cheerleader Q, 3. James R. VVilson, Sonny, C.S.lNI.C. 4. John G. 1Vittich, Butch, C.S.KI.C, 1, Q, 3, 4, Band Q. Arthur P. VVittrock, Big Art, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1. Albert J. 1V0rst, Al, C.S.lNI.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Quil Staff 3, 4, Honor Student Q, Honor Pin Q. Robert E. Zimmerman, Bob, C.S.M.C. 1, Q, 3, 4, Honor Student 1, Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 1. 167 LAST WILL AND TES TIM ONY OF THE CLASS OF 1958 We, the graduating class of 1958 being of sound mind and body, denote that this be our last will and testimony. I. To the faculty We bequeath: 1. An empty jug room, Q. The right to use the Wrong stairs, 3. The right to pooch cigarettes. II. To the Class of '59 We bequeath: 1. The use of the exotic Senior Lounge, Q. The right to make rotten egg gas in the Chemistry Lab. 3. The right to act as gentlemen, 4. The privilege of being a 'hard guy, Vig. 5. The right to Wear a tux to the prom, 6. The right to Father Sicking's swats. III. To the Class of ,60 we bequeath: 1. The privilege of Wearing their class rings, Q. The right to attend the prom, 3. The privilege of being Upper Classmen, 4. The right to study figuresAin geometry, 5. The right to attend the Junior-Senior 'blasts'. IV. To the Class of ,61 We bequeath: 1. Tyrant rule of the frosh. Q. The riht to troll the "kill,,' 3. The privilege to use the underground passage to Seton, 4. The right to look at Father Andres' skeleton. V. To the Class of '69 we bequeath: 1. The use of the famous swimming pool on the third Hoor, Q. The use of their elevator passes, 3. The right to be called "lYIen of Elderf' 4. The startling revelation of the jug room, 5. The right to purchase skive sheets at the office. VI. To Gene and George we bequeath: 1. Enough coal to keep the home fires burning. VII. To the girls in the gally We bequeath: 1. Enough food to keep the Elder lads happy. VIII. VVe bequeath to Elder: 1. Four of the most glorious and happy years of our lives, Q. The memories of being associated with the finest group of young Inen ever to grace these hallowed halls. 168


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