Elder High School - Elderado Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1961

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W s i ' I '- I , A- sv . - The dedication of a book is made in a spirit of appreciation and gratitude. We of Elder High School dedicate this annual to the memory of Three who completed their earthly lives last year and are now far more alive in We do so because we appreciate what they have done for us and are to them. IVIONSIGNOR WAGNER'S farsightedness as an administrator benefited prelates Eternity. grateful Elder in many ways. One constant reminder of his ability to look to future needs is our fine stadium. MONSIGNOR REARDON'S gentle wisdom and sincere encouragement was of special value to our faculty. But to all the students also he furnished a living example of priestly kindness and gracious generosity. Indeed he showed us much about how to live. MONSIGNOR ANTHONY has enriched us with an example of loyalty. To his parish and the schools which served his parish, he was always intensely, even fiercely, loyal. He showed us how important this quality is in our lives. Most of all we are grateful to these men for having given their whole lives to us. Through their priesthood, they have been Christ's feet and hands and voice. They walked the earth for Christ and worked for Him and spoke for Him. They did this for our benefit. We are grateful. .S in iff 125 :ii ,. ,, , , ., ,.,, , ,k., K, rf, -,,,,.,,, - W W,-w.. , -ff' L ,-wk, . ,L W , . fg. hi ---I ....... -.J x..1..?'5 'f--.fy -'NRI' Av-N-.r..L 'G' Q hun- .W z fa Q fi L is v I' F' r E Q A. ,w"" ,W ,ff fa' rr M 5 1:51. fi ij, .,,, Maya. 1 eff' ,v ,www I '13 :- V 1' 'Q "..fw an ' ig' Q--'1 4? N 411,-ff. :,+1'g.'f' f J "' .- mia .,.-W" ,mwfgw - 1 S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS Books are gloriousg They give in earnesT A wise will To him vvho wonders. They heal The hearT's mood of every man, Heal The disTress of daily lifeg They found and make firm The sTrong ThoughT STrong is he vvho TasTes oT book lore, He is ever wiser in wielding povver. Books bring Triumph To True-hearTed men, l-lealTh of mind To him who loves Them. 4 7 02,0 1 slap " Q v. n ci: r -, e f 3 N 'mb 3' Www Q--...N MW' ?5"'T4'Q+UHc. ,Y 51' Q ,. . . . 9. Qin it 6 9' Wa "'M9'w,vq.,.,, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 BOCKS TQ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS LEARN FRQM 1 3 Q3-nw, MW 4li'Kv A 4'-V. my 'gi 'K ,X " ss H , V, ,, m ,N X, -., - K - H, f X v M. M A , ' -A A- 'M , . ' fxwcnwv Q J.. j l l44A V Q ..NW. ,, 5, is 'X fi' . seg 5+ V gg 3, ' f 'TQ sig Mg " L 1 . ,, , S .7 fa, X . f f Reb . J-sin,-c '33 k , , 1 v, K g 5 K5 4, -. ' 'V ' fi, - ii 1. ,J 'W ' -:mzf?4 - og IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS 5 f' Ev is 4212 2 Q WW fig? it eHMHHHMfETmK 3 . C S9311 Him ARCHBISHOP KARL J, ALTER BISHOP LEIBOLD, the Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati, interested in the progress of Elder. As head of the Building is ever Commission, he has constantly urged the expansion of Catholic ARCHBISHOP ARCHBISHOP KARL J. ALTER, in his eleven years as spiritual head of the Archdiocese, has been untiring in his efforts to expand our Catholic educational facilities, His sincere interest towards the need of Catholic guidance through the high school years has brought the new look to Elder itself, We therefore look forward to Archbishop Alter's continued leadership and guidance through our wonderful world of books. BISHOP facilities tor the boys ot Price Hill and vicinity. ""'f, .-arf' MONSIGNOR JOHN E. KUHN BlSHOP PAUL F. LEIBOLD To MONSIGNOR KUHN, Dean of the St. Lawrence District, we are indebted tor his interest, not only in our spiritual welfare, but in our educational advancement as well. PRINCIPAL FATHER STANG completed his seventeenth year as principal and was named Pastor of St. Agnes' Church in Dayton. Our heart-telt gratitude goes with him for his unceasing interest in the welfare ot our school and its progress. We shall miss his example of leadership and we shall always look to him for inspiration as we continue our quest tor knowledge and virtue in the Wonderful World of Books. ws A if WONDERFUL x jWORLD for BOOKS SUPERINTENDENT MONSIGNOR CARL J. RYAN To FATHER GRUBER, our Assistant Principal, we are indeed grateful for his maintaining of discipline, his precise execution of the operations of the school, his watchtulness of the school's attendance, and his sincere desire to lead the student body toward the higher things. X2 REV. URBAN J. STANG MONSIGNOR RYAN, Superintendent ot Schools, provides Elder with an excellent staff ot competent instructors. He has raised the standards of Catholic education to a new high by placing the students in a wonderful world ot booksewith God ever present, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL REV. J. PAUL GRUBER 20 'K r af Q 'A - .f is gif iggg, :rf J ,ss if Miss Mil Kolde Mrs. Loretla Averbeck Mrs. Ruth Roe-dersheimer Mrs, Eloise Von Hoene Secretary Secretary Secretary SECRETARIES CARE FOR NUMEROUS DETAILS To our four secretaries we owe hiuch. Miss Mil 'ruifion payrrienfs. and writing euf reporfiicarels. l Kolde after V36 years of service retired in October. The ever increasing .erarol l memj increases.the work... Our secretaries Take care of keeping records, dis- upon These "fair ladies"-'rhey do if corrmperehfly, i pensing 'rardy slips and penalty paper, accepring, charifably, and with anreverpreserlf smile., s Mrs. Von Hoene, Mrs. Averbeck and Mrs. Roeolersheimer are busy in fhe office from 7:00 till 5:00. A ww.-.r..f ,, k hm, . ,.1,WRwM A M-wssWc,..., I 4 WELFARE - BOARD OF PASTORS yE.JTSA J ttwoNDERFuL ,J WORLD or Boolcs PARENTS - PAsroR sl-low sci-lool. mtsnest Msgr. Robert Sherry was elected president of the Board of Pastors and Mr. Joseph Austing became president of the Elder Welfare. These two men have done much already and intend to do even more to promote the greater progress and B efficiency of Elder High School, , RT. REV. ROBERT J. SHERRY President of the Board of Pastors Seated, left to right: Mrs. Edgar Edelmann, Mr. Ollie Stiens, Mr. Joseph Austing, Rev. Urban J. Stang. Standing: Mr. Joseph Ries, Mrs. Edward Stanton, Mr. W. E. Corcoran, Mrs. Edward Sheldon, Mr. Joseph King, Mr. William Wall, Mr. Edward Wills, Mr. Francis Schroeder, Mr. Edward Stanton. 15:3 IT'S A WONDERFUL ro " ORLD in-.xii or sooics Ki , 4,1-AJ SCHOOX' 1 Q6 50 w 1, 5' ""' ff L l' A' . 1 l'l'l 1 1 - 2 O , K+ .9 I, ,K Z F' 'ff W1 Q f , Q 2 t o 'S' 9 6' - 9 The Elderado Medalist award is an attempt to give recognition for outstanding scholastic achievement during the year. Deadlines for the yearbook were the most important factor in determining the conditions for the award. The Elderado Medalists shown on these pages are students who achieved first honors Can average of 90M or betterj these consecutive times-3rd quarter 1959-60, 4th quarter 1959-60, final examinations 1959-60, 1st quarter 1960-61, second quarter 1960-61, and mid-year examinations 1960-61. ROBERT HUTH Class of '61 JOHN NEYER ROBERT ROSENFELD THEODORE SCHAAF DONALD SCHUERMAN Class of '61 Class of '61 Class of '61 Class of '61 QE ti' -. . L 'fit 'Q if-4 - .z - .-.is ' .. ' J , Q .-,s 9 fi-ws HOWARD VOIGT SlEGFRlED HAUSLADEN ROBERT HODGEMAN CHARLES HUTH Class of '61 Class of '62 Class of '62 Class of '62 QTMNV JAMES KENKEL Class of '62 U! THOMAS SMITH Class of 62 :H K K Q. T R Q .misvzs .4 gm? V. -1- , 33, gf T , ., 'jr fig., S r' 15,323 X251 ALAN ERNST Class of '63 ROBERT MURPHY Class of '63 'Q ' his 54 L l rl ,,.. Q 1, W5 f QA. 545' as i I rg' 4' ilill lf ' 1' 5:151 1 .nfl T 'V' Q' I MATHIAS KOLLECK MICHAEL OBERDING EUGENE OBERJOHANN Class of '62 Class of '62 Class of '62 il'-uw ft- DONALD BRUN5 ANTHONY DATTILO JAMES EDMISTON Class of '63 Class of '63 Class of '63 Gm ...I A fb..." EUGENE MILLER Class of '63 FRANS KOOYMAN5 THOMAS MELSON Class of '63 Class of '63 'S 3' you-.4-' Elma- ,-fx Qi if A 1. gh t lQ'fsf.s .iii KENNETH NIEDERHAUSEN GEORGE SCHAEFER WILLIAM SOLl.NlANN Class of '63 Class of '63 Class of '63 , IQ-7 I ,- V ' . 13355. 2 1' H - A4 REV. STEPHEN CALME Busclwle, Ahlers, Acifo, and Beal re-enaded The life of Christ in FaTher KlawiTter's Religion class Every class starts with a prayer af Elder-we need help. REV. PAUL FREY REV. JAMES KLAWITTER REV, JESSE LONSVVAY It XS, dispar We RELIGION DOMINATES Religion is the most important subiect taught at Elder, dominating our studies and our lives. The Religion department strives to inculcate the principles of our faith. Our parents send us to a Catholic school because they believe education without God, like life vvithout God, is no education atall. N gf A "Now Mr. Le Count, this is a Rosary" REV, ROBERT HASSELHQFF REV. VINCENT SCHNEIDER REV, WILLIAM SICKING Rfk C 1 -'-' U J W' , REV. JAMES ULRICH his Junior English Teacher, Fr. Albert Bischoff, you must kill time, work if To death." displays one of his xx Q? SW Q, many visual aids. The sign says sl,,,W,1..,,.. , Mr. KuIey's Sophomores are avid practical English fans for The photographer. "N--Q., F f'f-'ff 1 .f,- Am 'Sri as ,div ,. . if .,--1--.W N-navy' "ff"T'9l- ,4-,,. I ,M T REi3?ZsisEAaaiisRasvz ' rlii ' ENGLISH CALLED MOST VITAL English, Tour years of iT, is required by The sTaTe for graduaTion from an approved high school. Every businessman and professional man inTer- viewed Told us Thar English was iusT abouT The mosT imporTanT subiecr Taughf in high school. FaculTy members Work hard aT Trying To make English "noT iusT anoTher subiecrf' BOOKS Recordings of Shakespearean plays are high poinTs of Fr. PuTnick's English classes. 'qv' REV. JOSEPH BRUENENG REVQ EDMUND HUSSEY Q ' s 'Ns...,W. REV. STANLEY was REV. LAWRENCE STRITTMATTER REV. LAWRENCE WACK BOOKS Father Hussey doesn'T often in class-just when the Latin 1 Wwwmxu s Q A wwwwwuww r Smith, Ruwe, Miller, and Murphy re-enact icult. Caesar's assassination by the Roman Brutus. Looks as though it's more fun than a pep rally. LANGUAGES RATE HIGH Latin, German, Spanish, and Ctor students who can come earlyj Greek, are the offerings ot the language department. Advanced standing students take tour years of Latin, College Prep students are required to take two years of language. The number ot students taking fourth year Latin is larger at Elder than any Catholic school in the diocese. Father Wack and two of his Spanish students debate declensions ik Fr. Thomas Duesing isn't accepting pay- ment for a passing grade in algebra- this picture was posed for the photo- grapher. .-In'."xE5Z'f,,-ff-'.A:f':'-,:,'f',2.w-'eve it. 611.113,-,-A,.:Q.1,... . i J P 14 y , Qu,.-Matti Y wwf wr an r a- i-M: af-J . wr, -wwf' -wwav-w, M " ,- ,fran ,.fwxeefzffw'sw'1:w,s1g-ei, fm-i"'1:ews.:,w:ni-q1aw::f- -I ' 'L.fs-f5l"1J'w3i5,. , - M-1 .as-255535LSEEJYQH-lla?uvaf?2iL.vv?.--N1-21eff:'11-,ra-:,:-H.-at --" wruvrff ' i ' wr . , 11 ,Q .s,f-if W .4 A, ,,,....,,t.,L..Q ,.,.. K Y J '.,n'-2,1 'r is L -1 s - . 1, ., i 4, J. z 1 4 1 ff 1- 1- - 1 Q .f 1 ' M ' MV 'if " i.. 1' fi M' 'bkfff " J V i if 1" .zl-WM F' .4',.:'J,','v 1-' Half'-Q g-,143 ,'-4-5'v.A'd. Yiflwjifw -". Z, : - ug-1. Hfs'w11tm. 1--raw . . if az. A .,f 'vglu-"s':,e-f 5 .s REV. RALPH BANGE 30 Jak. , . 5. , .. . . , mmf?-. -wftrwsf ft 7 1 1-qvuig 1, g',w::w,,ge5 -Aw-,, :,,Q,':., Q-fe 17, v fx M y Q.: -,.."'1ff' 2131 4 'vas " il . . 4532121 i z - Bittner and Ackerman fail to impress Father Gratsch in their attempt to prove the sum the angles of a triangle equals 180 degrees. -.- ADVANCED COURSE EXPANDS The Mathematics Department at Elder offers the standard high school courses plus college courses for the advanced standing students. The acl- vanced course introduced three years ago has loeen expanded to doulole the number of students taking calculus in their fourth year. Rickert, Brennan, and Austing for once seem interested in Father Bange's dodecaheclron and prismatoids. REV. THOMAS DUESlNG ,. a.. isa T REV. MARK GRATSCH .issg R ' E 5wAQc'iWQEM -wif ' it 5 ' R . - as f WJ, aw f 551134. MR, JEROME MANGAN REV. JOHN MATTSCHECK REV. ROBERT SCHAEFER BOOKS Dick Scheper and Jim Schwab deter- mine weight losses caused by oxida- tion in The physics lab. leaf" sctENcE couRsEs JAMMED Science books are among the ones most frequently taken home at Elder- youygcan often bear students complaining about the homework meted out by science Teachers. The science facilities, only recently expanded are in operation everylperiod of The day-a tribute to The popularity of The courses. State inspectors commented This past year on The completeness of the science facilities and the high quality of teaching in the department. Ron Holtman and Tom Hueliemeier study mechanical ad- vantages. Z , lg Father Rodney McDaniel discusses "arthropoda" with inieresfed Juniors. Scorpions To you, friend. BOOKS REV. ANTHONY AN-DRES . REVURBERNARD HUITINK 6 W 3 i REV. RODN-EY MCDANIEL ' MR. VIRGIL SCARDINA it iz' L' M REV. FRANCIS SAHLFELD .1 REV. HERBERT WITTE Father Vocke returned from Purcell to teach us history MR. LEE TRAUTH Music Director Tom Kiehl recites to a drowsy audience land teacherj and urges them to come with him to the Kasbah. si- MR. ART DEL CONTE REV. ERVVIN BERTKE REV. RICHARD KLUG alll' in l L... ff If :nf . 4 I I L s , xv V' 9634 ll' fr... s W - REV. DONALD ROBY OKS 'ff REV. ROBERT STRASSELL REV. WlLLlAM VOCKE Social studies in this world of books are becoming increasingly important. History teaches us to profit by the errors andthe achievements ot other, civics unfolds the workings of our government. The goals ot the social studies department are the producing of thinking citizens and informed Americans. Obviously not one of the GREAT debates. 35 Mechanical Drawing Instructor, Mr. Paul Stryker is an Elder Grad and one of our most respected teachers. is 1 l ' 1 l Commercial courses offer to the non-college minded stu- dent a complete training for the entering of business lite. The graduate of this course is prepared with all the knowledge he needs to succeed in self-employment or to assure that he will be an asset to any enterprise con- sidering him as an employee. 36 X Q Q x lm A b Q A l o A l ,mf ga . 'elf-lfl A' -WW MR. RAY DIERINGER REV. STANLEY DOERGER REV. MALCOM GRAD REV. PAUL POEPPELMAN Mr. Loechlenfelclfs general mathematics classes are interesting and profitable for freshmen in The practical course. MR. DlCK LOECHTENFELDT fee srl y v 9 MR. PAUL STRYKER ' BOOKS Fr. Grad tells .hm Flanagan that not even m book- keeping does 15 plus l6 equal 32. . L Ls! 5' Si. 1 - T ' 5 Mrs. Lillie Grofe oversees The efficient operation of The kifchen. i IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD f OF BOOKS FULL STOMACHS AND CLEAN ROOMS Preparing Thousands of meals a year and keeping The rambling corridors and numerous rooms of Elder High School in presenTable condiTion are Tull Time jobs in any- one's book. The ladies in The kiTchen keep us in he-alThy condiTion by Their unTiring eTTorTs. George EberT holds The unique disTincTion of being here longer Than The building. The Unifed STaTes JaniTor Service supplies The workmen who Toil Through The nighT To keep The building in Top shape. l 2 I M W6 mlm-mmgmw wlilxl 363 V xlll L l .L l i illl We-is A A s S' llik F-'-l L . L ""i 'LW' . .' ...- . .A P' V si A . 'f .fl -".2 'lf T TTT . . .V 1 , A A 0 .. 7 '..l, 5 T f . 'i"""""' i r'l . " To A H VIL: sms A . . -',,f A l A Shk we J Vyhig E,,, ' L A le Lzgh 7' A ggi 6-'if 'T iii W N323-f'+ FronT Row, Mrs. Vi Seigel, Mrs. Florence Raeckers, Mrs. Lillie Grote, Mrs. Grace Sfegman, Mrs. Dolores Murphy. Second Row, Mrs. Angela Jones, Mrs. Corinne Ebert, Mrs. CIO Merkle, Mrs. 38 KaTherine Lanser, Mrs. Mae Dovvnard. ' if W 'fkv ,,,,2i ' ' -5 e A .fi ? ,V f 35 V .. X? Maisie has her finger in the pie again. Bob Cook, Landis Lewis, Rufus Wright, who each night do iheir best To keep Elder dean. George Ebert has been the key man on The Elder campus foi' YTIEDY YSBYS, 39 ENIQR Fir hs. ufifv " W NW ,N 11 X fw , 35? . . .7 . N Q3 1 fi f 4'wi:,-.mt:m':' 'av' wvmif' M 'Q ., A , H- 955512-425' rv w' -'z as Q iles ' f ,X r ,mia "-fvvx' -Ylv 25, mn ,Er , Q f , " ' ,N 1 Q ,if A ' e ' 75El'?:'.' , :f 22'A'p:,',2 .t 'w ,fs e, , i .132 . X .K ,lg .. f, ,Q . ..3,QQw5-mfg is ' R . 11 :xxsrgg , . 1 I If Lx -'L ,VV We-.A . ,4 A . K 5 pf 5 12 .v ,- fx si I ' ,- w 1 1 -myir 1 uf ' df 'T'fi1A?BM5'H? in .A . m A ' '-'- Qri?5fi,f ' - A L ' 'A' - . ?1',,,IQ-, -, ' -5h 1 Tri - m y 'g51:,.:3:. m f 11131 , W ' . 4.- , 5 7 I7 - -' E". mm J' ,- V, . ' 3 MU' -ff if Q, ww? K., ,gf f., ETPQFE ' - F K gi' , 1 42 ,JL Aww? . A as K S Mx . .. .Av N N RN .w uw 2 ns ik, rw f. ,, ,fi K ww-f 'ws 1 4 1 100. f 1 wi 7 XF J' N .Q I ' RONALD J. ALTGILBERS C,S.M.C. THOMAS J. AUSTING Annual 4, Variety Show 3, 47 Dance Committee 4, Activities 4. JOHN V. BAST C.S,M.C. 42 QE? THOMAS J. APKE Football l, 2, Baseball 4, Bas' ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 37 Annual 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Dance Committee 4, Cross Country 3, 4. DAVID M, AUDRHCH C.S.M.C. ROBERT G, BACHER JAMES CARL BAIER C.S.M.C. C,S.M.C, rl- xv 0 is Y X N l i PAUL E. BECK ROBERT R. BECK C.S.M.C. C.S.M.C. Mr. Ed, Barone Richman Bros. plains the ins ,kj C ,X Vis' l j zrr X i'll'it X1 XE Q LAWRENCE P. BECKER C.S.M.C. Stadium Usher 'l "Sell Mick its of his business Don Buchanan and Tn Sailer. ROBERT DENNIS BELCHER Music Appreciation 27 C.S.M.C. duct, man. yourself, then your pro- boys," Saul Marmer tells Brady and Wayne Chap- DAVID W. BERNING C,S.M.C. ,ff-.ME ,aNf!"2" ROBERT D, BECKER C.S.M.C. JAMES B, BEHRENS C.S.M.C. 'K ,,V, V Ari- HENRY CLAY BEEKLEY Music Appreciation 2, 37 Va- riety Show Ag Librarian 31 Ac- Tiviiies Club Ap C.S.M.C. 7175 . DAVID LEE BELBOT C.S.M,C, IWW' S nv- X 5 PAUL R. BERNINGER JAMES L, BERFSCH C.S.Nl.C.: Annual 4: Foofball l, Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 2: Variefy SHOW 3: Glee Club Af Cheerleader 4, C.S.M.C.g Hon- 3g Golf Team 25 Dance Com- or Larger 1. mmee 4' L E+ N IT'S A ' XWONDERFUL X A WORLD 'OF Booics 43 EARL R. BERWANGER C.S.Nl.C. THOMAS E, BLEY c.s,M.c., Basketball 1, 2. MARK J. BOHMAN C.S.Nl.C.g Honor Letter 1-p Honor Pin l. 44 - ,,. ' in 47kk iq i 8 ROBERT W, BESSLER C.S.lVl.C.g Purple Quill 37 Chem- isfry Club 4. J. DAVID BOCKENSTETTE Annual Staff 45 Chemistry Club 4g Variety Show 3, Ap Activities 45 Glee Club 3. DANIEL A. BOLLER C.S.lVl,C.5 Eloleraiole lg Variety Show 4. ly. YW? EDWARD J, BIERMAN C.S.lVl,C. Yi f' GEORGE P. BODE C,S.Nl.C.g Stadium Usher 2, 3. 'WM JAMES VV. BORCHERDING Activities 45 Dance Committees 47 Senior Seminar 47 Dramatics 47 Honor Letter I, 2, 3. Jane Wilken of tl Enquirer match' smiles with senio ,gfim urns im. . ijgildiumv EARL C. BORGEMENKE C.S.M.C.g Annual 47 Track 2. 5 V, J. Arthur Deters stresses self- expression in dealing with others, as he clues in Wills, Schwarber, and Neyer. usman, Kzschner, K A id Wester amp. y ,f WORLD QF BOOKS ,fuer .A P W4 GERALD P, BRAUNSTEIN THOMAS W. BRENNAN C.S,M.C.p Honor Letter l. Annual Staff 45 Football l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 49 Basketball l. ,pm t if Ml . in .mg FREDERICK C. BOSKEN C,S.Nl,C.g Football l, 2. Wbs. ROBERT H. BRABENDER C.S.Nl.C. Rn LAWRENCE A. BROSS C.S.M.C.g Activities Committees. V A LAWRENCE L. BOSSMAN C.S,M.C.p Track 2. MN THOMAS C. BRAFFORD Chemistry Club 47 Variety Show 4. ,aw Q94 RICHARD E, BROWN C.S.M.C. 45 TERRENCE M. BROWN C.S.M.C. Track 1. 021' JAMES R. CARTER C.S.M,C.p Honor Pin l. 'N 'Wx DANIEL M, BUELTERMAN C.S,M.C. TERENCE H. CASEY Variety Snow 4, Football l, 2j Glee Club 4, Activities 4. ,,,w'W'f 'TN WILLIAM T. BUELTERMAN C.S.M.C.f Football l. 8 4 I ROBERT J. CHRISTEN C,S.M.C. Look, Ma, no cavities, claims Hutlfi as Dr. Ranz, Jostworth and Espelage operate. ffm , THOMAS H. BUSHMAN Annual 4, Football l, 2, 3, Aj Baseball 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Dance Committee Ap Honor Letter l. SE' WILLIAM T. CHRISTENSEN S.S.M.C., Stadium Usher ly Variety Show A, Glee Club 4. 5 lijf Tillly fg-244 ,-,-:,'f Q' g ' ' x x WILLIAM R, CLARK C.S.M.C. fir rf MICHAEL J. CORCORAN JAMES E, CUMMINGS TERRENCE 1, cupno JAMES E. DICKMAN c.s.M.c. c.s.M.c., Football 1, 2, Ap c.s.M.c. c.s,M.c. Track l, 2, 3, Honor Letter ly Honor Pin l. "Do three out of four New York doctors really recom- mend if, Doctor Rudemil- ler?" ask Bob Krogger and Jack Kelley. JOHN R. DIERS C.S.M.C., Football l, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4, Honor Letter 23 Dance Committee 4, Cheerlead- er A. GMP -new k AUGUST D. DOERFLEIN DAVID K. DOERFLEIN C.S.M.C. Variey Show 4, Activities l, 2, 3, 4, C.S.M.C. ROBERT J. DOERGER C.S.M.C.g Band lg Honor Letter I. TIMOTHY J. DONAHUE C.S.M.C.p Camera Club 2, 3 JOHN E. DONOHUE I -K' JERALD E. DORAN C.S.Nl.C.5 Football 1, 25 Track CSMAC. Honor Letter 1, 1, 2, 3. ,' 5 . , fi 1 I, at 5 7 -Miif fi. , 5,53 .5 H 5 in -i "-- - s54Ig'8 32iLz 4 RICHARD J, DUGGINS LOUIS B. EICHHOLD c.s.M,c., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, c.s.M.c., Activities 4, Librar 4. Y Variety Show 3, 45 Honor Letter 2. A ws., A iz. '----5 JOHN R. DREYER C.S.M.C. Elderalole 15 Track 1, 3. JOHN T. DRIGGERS C.S.M.C. ,wg WILLIAM A. EISENECHER Annual 45 C.S.lVl.C.5 Music Ap- preciation 35 Public Relations Dept. 2, 35 Chemistry Club 45 Variety Show 2, 3, A5 Activities 45 Honor Letter 1. Congressman Donald M. Clancy reveals the secret of his success to Tom Tromey. . My . . A ,gf , a fur.: Q' A HARRY P. ELSA ESSER C.S.Nl.C.5 Football 1, 2, 3 Basketball 15 Cheerleader 4 ROBERT J. ENGELHARDT C.S.M.C.5 Honor Letter 1 1 X.. diy ., .K ...IQ H : 'F' A 53 .sf- 'VN 7 ROGER A. ESSEN C,S.M.C., Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 11, Activ- ity 4. WL. M.. L. FISCHER ,af W 'nx V. LAWRENCE FAETH C.S.M.C., Annual Staff 47 Variety Show 3, 4, Basket- ball T, 2, Track ly Dance Committee 3, 4, Glee Club 4. WUIUOW DONALD J. FISCHESSER C.S,M.C. Hayes and Neyer stand in awe of attorney Jim Brad' ley's legal tomes. 'ZLL IT'S A , XWONDERFUL gf WORLD DWF-iiQff'OF BOOKS JOHN J. FARRELL C.S.M,C,, Annual Statt 4, Elcleraicle 2, 3, Football, Ac- tivities 4. DAVID J. FITZGIBBON C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 'I, 2, 3. f-We K.. THOMAS R. ESPELAGE C.S,M.C., Honor Letter 1, 2, 3, Honor Pin 1. JAMES S, FINLEY C,S.M.C. 'Q-vu-Wk JAMES R, FLANIGAN C.S.M.C., Variety Show 3, 4, Basketball 1, Activity Com- mittee 4. 49 K can .ww 'SHP-Q. RICHARD J, FLANNERY ROBERT G. FOSNOT JAMES D. Fox DENRHS J, FRANK C.S4M.C.f Chemistry Club 4- CISMC., Book stare 2, Band lg c,s,fvx.C. QSAMQ, Chemistry Club Af Honor Letter l, Qi Honor Pin l. X-lr .,,-1: 'R' - ' I WILLIAM I-I. FRANKE C.S.M.C. gc' DANIEL E. FRANKLIN EARL K. FRANKS C-5-Nl-CJ Football lf 2, 3, 4- C.S.M.C,g Honor Pin lg Honor Letter l, 2. 50 JAMES G. FREDE C.S,M.C.g Cheerleader 4g Annual Staff 47 Football 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 47 Activities 4. "Care to stay awhile, boys?" Patrolman James Boyle inquires of Molique, Moeller, Mollner, and Hock. I wa. ,.,. K fixxg JAMES E. FREDERICK C.S.M.C. JAMES L. FULLER C,S.lVl.C. "All right, just once around the block," fireman Richard Dickman relents for Bill McGowan, Tom Turner, and Earl Pitstick. JOHN L. GODFREY C.S.M.C.g Activities 4. ALBERT W. GARBETT C.S,M.C, fm, V1.7 MICHAEL B. GEHRING Honor Pin lg Dramatics 47 AC- tivities Ag Variety Show 3, Ag Elderaiole 35 Stadium Usher lp Honor Letter l. rv- KENNETH K, GOETTKE Variety Show 45 Football 2g Ac- tivities 4g C.S.M.C. ROBERT H. GOETTKE Track l, 25 Basketball lg Foot- ball 2j Chemistry Club 4. Madinah- WILLIAM T, GILDEA Stadium Usher lg Chess Club 1, 2, c.s.M.c. -WW' i Vzgyy .. h ii' if ' JOHN J. GILLMING C.S.M.C. "'1'2! ROBERT l.. GRAVETT C.S.M.C., Glee Club 3. :ws ,K ALOYSIUS H. GROTE KENNETH R. GROTHAUS LAWRENCE L. GUNDRUM R. STEPHEN GUNN C.S.lVl.C.g Honor Pin 2. C.S.lVl.C., Chemistry Club 4, QSAMVC, C.S.lVl,C.g Annual 4, Cheerleader Variety Show 47 Activities 4, 4i Biffkefball l, 2j ActivitieS'4p Dance Committee 4. 2 . X' l N DAVlD C. HAAS FREDERICK J. HAAS JAMES P. HALPIN G. MARK HALPIN C.S.Nl.C., Stadium Usher l, Ac- C.S.Nl.C.g Stadium Usher 2, 3, C.S.lVl.C., Chemistry Club 47 C,S.Nl.C.p Glee Club 3. tivities 4, Dramatics 3, 4. Glee Club 3, 4. Football lg Activities 4, Dra- matics 4. ' EW' Ni ffl Mr. Elmer Rutenschroer does his best to pick out the right flowers tor the loves of Jung's and Lehan's lives. MICHAEL J. HALPIN C.S.Nl.C., Variety Show 3, 4, Track 3, 4. . X JAMES J. HASSETT C.S.M.C.p Chemistry Club 4, Camera Club 2, Variety Show 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 2. DAVID E. HAYES C.S.M.C. "Little big for a corsage, isn't it?" inquire .lunker and Aisenlorey. ,C lT'S A A 'WONDERFUL , WORLD gg OF BOOKS WILLIAM R. HARGREAVES C,S.IVl.C. X 1 F, '-fsix14- -5' fn:-. W , ij- Ali I . f.?. ' V' - N H gf 7 O my ,, 'xv fi mfg. t .Nm P' X . . 5, X fri an 1, " .Qt t .1 an . iisgiilzzn, :-:M - :WW M-Q tg , ' ,Rx i K qxc'-,fqm 4 gawk: re gg.. Pk, xl HL L x x x' K REQ Q -, :.f5faga.., 3 i l - 1 t- aw 3' I , ,XL , Q 5 ,lik K Q 4 mLeff3vg':Y.Tf Q' if t qs, K Vx," . xwfwa - 1 X fi fs, i.Kg.k1iLikf"'f.""x'- X L JAMES A, HATER ROBERT N, HAUCK GERARD J' HAUSMAN C.S,M.C. C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 2, CISAMVCJ Chess Club 2, Va,-iefy Show 4, Glee Club 3, 4. :lik VBG -M- TIMOTHY L. HAYS MARK J- HEAVEY DENNIS H. HEBAUF C.s.M.c., Band 1, Chess Club 2, F-SM-C-f Annual Sfaff 4: Chem- c.s.M.c., Activities committee Camera Club 25 Honor Letter 3. 'SUV Clvb 4i Camefa Club 2- 4. 53 ., 3' WSW u, CHARLES R. HECKMAN C.S.Nl.C,p Variety Show 4, 7 i WILLIAM A. HERMAN C.S.M.C., Variety Show 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Activities 4, iw DAVID G, HENDY HARRY C. HENDY Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, C.S.IVl.C., Glee Club 3, Activ- Galf Team 3, 4, Activities 4, ities 4, Poster Club 4, f-wf ...fc Wx -E51 1: 2 G RICHARD F, HERRON THOMAS F. HERZOG C.S.Nl.C., Glee Club 3. C.S.lVl.C,, Football l, 2, 4, Hon- or Pin T, Honor Letter T, 2, Mr. James Scanlon of State ln- surance Company 'fries to con- vince Kobls, Heavey, and Bess- Ier that their Stanley Steamer is not Worth insuring. ' r-4 .. ,,5.gg,g, + we ww-. f tj,--yx,..5..y if I' 4 ll, .Qu +3 " X . .1 M ' fin. -, 7 1 W ,. Lf , M "iW a?!f7lif'f'L ROBERT T, HENNEKES Football T, 2, 3, 4, Track 4 Cheerleader 4, Variety Show 3 4, Eloleraide 2, 3. DAVID G, HESSDOERFER c,s,M,c., variety Show 3, 4, BERNARD J, HESTER C.S,M.C,g Football l, 2, 3, 4. ,aw- wb. THOMAS VV. HEYOB Football 25 C.S.M.C. .f5?.GH' t " .f it . WWW. WILLIAM J. HOLTEL C.S.M.C.5 Stadium Usher l, 27 Basketball l. an NEIL R. HILGEFORT C.S.M.C., Honor Letter l, 2, 3. CHARLES D. HOTCHKISS Dramatics 45 Activities 42 Chem' istry Club 4. Nlr. Frank Aoloerger of the Provident Bank looks on approvingly as Wall tries To float a loan to pay off lwis clelots to Bower, -YW' as PHILIP F. HOCK C.S.IVl.C.g Golf Team 25 Honor Letter 2. sr-fyu -ibn KENNETH N. HUMPERT Football l, 2, 3, lip Variety Show 3. in 1 'DN ROBERT T. HEVVALD C.S.M.C.p Variety Show A V137 DAVID F. HOETKER C.S.IVl.C.g Track l. t 7 5 MICHAEL L. HUST C.S,Nl.C.p Football l, 2. 'tw' if , 2 ROBERT M. HUTH C.S.Nl.C.g Honor Letter l, 2, 3: Honor Pin 2. JAMES J. JAEHNEN C.S.M.C. , , we me RICHARD L. JONES C.S.IVl.C.f Honor Letter 2. GARY E. JOSTWORTH c.s.ivi.c., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball l, 2. 56 from X, X N, . JOHN J. JENNINGS C,S.lVl.C,, Variety Show 4, Foot- ball l. KENNETH E. JOSTVVORTH C.S.lVl.C.g Annual 11, Music Ap- preciation Club 4, Variety Sltovv 3, 11, Senior Dance Committee 4, Activities 115 Dramatics 4: Honor Pin 1, 2, Honor Letter 1, 2. -Sltovv 4, Activities 4. : course gives a good backgroun - of retail sales." ..,,IT'SA WWONDERFUL R5 WORLD A ti! HOF BOOKS "They have to balance at the end of the month," Slick tries to con- vince Junker and Jung. ROBERT 1. Joriivsow C.S.!Vl,C., Band CARL J, KAESER C.S.lVl.C., Elderaide 2, 3, 4 ar YAMES A. KAESER .ry L THOMAS L, KAHLE 2.S.M.C,g Annual Staff 45 Pulo- Q3-MIC, lic Relations Dept. 2, Stadium Jslwer 1, Elderaide 2, 3, A Drama 4. HOMAS J. KELLER .S.M,C.g Dance Committee 4, ublic Relatlons 2. .Kp f Q.- JOHN D. KELLY C.S.Nl.C.g Annual Staff 11, Bas- ketball Statistician 2, 3. HMC! ' , 'Ill N. VVILUAM KAISER C.S.M.C.g Basketball 1. THOMAS E. KENNEY C.S.M.C. J. THOMAS KING C.S.M.C.p Chemistry Club 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, Honor Pin 3, Honor Letter 1, 2. . 1- -V t., ,R .. .t'1t. ta, " ' MA 3153 + JAMES L. KALLMEYER C.S.M.C.g Elderaide 1. .rx x i 1 ig K ly l'QQC'lZll 34... ff' . V H .Q I 7? ' ' , TT. get ' 'W 1. -'LS -3"1af"ff f .sk Q ' f.54I'f .' - 5 ef", ' ' .51-. MQQQGL rf Wl'l GEORGE F. KESSLER C.S.M.C.g Stadium Usher 1, 2, 3. 'Ur GERALD L. KIRSCHNER C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, Camera Club 1, 2, Track 3, 4, Variety Show 4. Aisenbrey and Lehan seem sure they've found a square one in the lot. , Y JOSEPH C, KLEINTANK THOMAS M. KLINGENBECK C-5-Nl-C C.S.M,C.g Honor Pin 2, 3, QL .x k lg ROBERT J. KLOSTERMAN THQMAS L. KNQPP Dance Committee, C.S.Nl.C., C,3,M,C, Honor Letler 3. is K ,,. - Lf,-.., 3 'll ew , fl I ,W . K ,' 5 .M 'A :F???'m ,. f , A nr M J A . - - J- fQ,F'i'.g 2315 QS .QQ . . - E 3 5-rw ,Mfg 5,1,f-,Nqr - fi ,e r,? .y -xp. , ,Q 5 ' fries . ., I 2 " 1 F rn Q v , .Q " rl' ,S MARK G. KLUSMAN Cheerleader 45 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, r PAUL JEROME KNUE Basketball 2, 3, 4, Cross Coun- lry 3, Honor Leiter l. aagw U l DENNIS A. KNEIPP Track lp Baskellaall l, CS .ff 1 lil , X u . Raja " ROBERT J. KOHAKE C,S.M.C. "This will even make Elvis sound good, Mr. .lack Ball- anger assures Brady, Buc- hanan and Saller. M., nw wa., ,Mr JOHN VV. KOHLS Dance Commlllee 4, 4, Clwernislry Club 4 Letler l, 2. 3' --....... W ,-.,,- -A .. . - 535' ?'D ,. Lssk5'53f fx A' 'Z 42549 .. .,A. 1 .. . M ,, MW..V-f.-,.......- Q . - . .--9-X JVARD J. KORB L.lVl.C. '-sw ICE P. LA FLEUR DANIEL D. KREIMER ROBERT E. KROEGER C.S.M.C., Activities 4, Honor C.S.M,C. Letter l, 2, 3. 49' giv- up-ff CHARLES R. LeCOUNT GREGORY J. LEE Variety Show 4. C.S.M.C. Salesman Jerry Robinson shows Brady and Buchanan that tl'1ere's plenty of room for all their Pepsi's in the new Norge. GARRETT VV, KOLKS C.S.IVl,C. ,Tl i A 2 .4 S DOUGLAS J, KROGER C.S.M,C.5 Camera Club 'lg Va- riety Show 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4. PAUL A. LIPPS C.S.Nl.C,g Variety Show 3, A Track 2, 3, r1,Glee Club 3, 4. 59 JAMES P. LOGAN c.sgM.c., Football 1, 2. GERALD A. LYNN C.S.M.C., Variety Show 4. .IOESPH T. MARTINI C.S.M.C., Baseball 3, 4. 60 QW , PAUL J. LUCKEY C.S.Nl.C., Variety Show 4, Activ- ities 4, Honor Pin 2. sf it Q. , ff! ,?5.:,,p' ugly., , I -,u g C. JOESPH MACKE C,S.M.C. sl'- GUN i 2 LOUIS W. MARTINI C.S.M.C. MICHAEL P. LYNCH C.s.1vi.C,, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Cheerleader 4. ROBERT J. MARTIN C.S.M.C. ROBERT M, MATHEWS C.S.M.C.p Variety Show 4. , tif Jw , L Father John Malone, S.J Xavier University, explains '12, LAURENCE V. McCARTHY c.s,M.c. L lT'S A XWONDERFUL . WORLD OF BOOKS iquisites for the priesthood to d Sclwaaf. .vnu ,Q X , r' wiLtiAM LMENKHAUS J RosERrL.Mffz C,S.M,C.7Elder3ide1'2, C.S.M.Cg Cheerleader 3g Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Baskethali I, 2, 35 Cross Country 3, Q. igf, t ,L air-'O .......,.. 411 g mix ix' it 12: xffv. is K QQ. WILIAM J. MCGOWAN C.S.M.C., Track 3, 3, Activities Committee 4, Library 4. DONALD J, MCKINNEY C.S.M.C. .41--.. 'Us X X 'T FRED M. MEYER C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 3, 4, An- nual Staff 4, Football lg Base- ball 4, Poster Club 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee 4. THOMAS P. MCGRATH C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club -45 Glee Club 4, Variety Show 4, Football lg Track l, 2, 3, 4, Ac- tivities Committee 4. LOUIS R. MEINHARDT C.S.M.C. Q' vi s JOHN J. MIDDENDORF C,S.M.C., Variety Show 4. mm' :H M L V Q "uk 'A Mnbm .mg v,s':wfs!'A .. 7 11" ' - -fL-,L , -f,- . . ., VV4: . Nw " ',,fif9f2if412f"'lMw 2 r Mwsffsna . K .swam . , LMaw,5f2Ez:zEfs,EsQ2aszzs5zae5 Westerkamp, Tromey, Schmerber, and Klusman get inside information from Enguirer columnist Al Schofielkoite. 'WN 1 'W GLENN J. MILLER PAUL E. MINNING HARRY G. MOH-LER c.s.M.c., Football 2g Track 2, 3. c.s.M.C., Honor Leffer 1, C.S.M.S.f Giee Club 3: Honor Letter T. 62 law 'L RICHARD V. MIDDENDORF C.S.M.C.p Stadium Usher 2. EUGENE C. MILLER C.S,lVX.C. fbi A 5 'wi W PAUL E, MOHRHAUS C.S.M.C. l Y L. MOLIQUE Honor Letter 1, 2, 35 ,-3 H Q19 MICHAEL MULCAHY ilf Team 45 Activities 45 Li- Brian 45 Football 4, Variety ow 4. -gr-. -lY W. NEIHEISEL Football l. RICHARD J. MOLLNER Track 25 Football 1, 25 C.S.M.C ,vw JOHN R. MULLINS Music AppreciaTion5 Librarian 35 C,S.M.C. fps. JOHN A. NEYER Annual 3, 45 Purple Quill l, 2, 3, 45 Acfivifies 45 Dramatics 45 Honor Leffer 1, 2, 35 Honor Pin 35 C.S.M.C. 'ffm 7 3' l fx .T STEPHEN C, MORANO Acfivities 45 C.S.M.C, THOMAS F. MUELLER C.S,M.C. LQPK- rv-rl1""' DANIEL J. MURNAN C.S.Nl.C.5 Honor Letferl. C,S,M.C.5 Track 3, 45 Vari Show 4. JOHN F. MURRAY -1 'UN v DAVID pl N151-MUS ROGER A. NEIHEISEL Track 2, 4, Golf Team 3, 4, CVS-M-O C.S.M.C. JOHN S. NOVOTNI C.S.M.C. Ae' s 1 WILLIAM J. O'ROURKE JR. C.S.M.C. J. THOMAS PFLIEGEL Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4: Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leader 4, Annual Staff 4, Pur- ple Quill 4, Honor Pin 'l, 37 Honor Letter l, 2, 3. 64 THOMAS J. O'BRlEN C.S.Nl.C., Dance Committee 4. LEROY C. OTTAWAY C.S.M.C. ELMER LOUIS PINGER C.S.M.C.g Elderaide 2, 3. .f LAWRENCE T. OHMER C.S.M.C. JAMES C. PEAKER C.S.M.C., Book Store 2, 3, EARL L. PITSTICK C.S.M.C., Track 2, 3, 4. DANIEL G. O'MARA C.S.M.C., Camera Club T, 2, 3 4g Football l. 1 5 S. PAUL PEDOTO C.S.M.C. ROBERT J. PLAGGE C.S.M.C., Football 3, 4. Mm, ,g. fivsv 'PP' ta 15-P" W. JOHN POWELL C.S.M.C.g Elderaide l. JAMES W. POWELL C.S.M.C,g Public Re-laiions Dept. 25 Honor Leher 1, 3. 'Oh an-nw RICHARD J- PROST LAWRENCE P. RATERMAN C.S4Nl.C. C.S.M,C.g Football 1, 4g Glee Club 3, 4. 'HF'-W JEROME P. QUATMAN C.S.M.C.g Aciiviiies 4. 1 5 E MARTIN J. REARDON C.S.M.C.g Activities 4. Butch Bedinghaus explains the inside of the plumbing business to Tom Klug and Bob Krimmer. A' O ,lT'S A WONDERFUL ELA , WORLD 'NQQ' OF BOOKS W 65 LAWRENCE .I. REIRING c.s.1vi.c,, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Cheerleader 45 Dance Com- mittee 3, 4. EDWIN J. REISINGER C.S.Nl.C.g Chess Club lp Track 4. RICHARD E, ROBERTS C.S.IVl.C. 66 PETER M. REBOLD C.S.IVl.C.7 Purple Quill 3, 4, Activities Committee 4, Annual Staff 4, Secretary C.S.M,C. 4. CARL T. RENNEKER C.S.IVl.C.g Activities 4. LAWRENCE H. ROGERS C.S.IVl.C,, Eloleraide l, 2, Foot- ball Manager 1, Activities 45 Dance Committee 4, Poster Club 4. RONALD W. RECKERS C.S.IVl.C. DAVID E. RICKERT C.S.IVl.C., Chemistry Club 45 Variety Show 3, 4, Football lg Baseball 4, Basketball lg Activ- ities Committee 4g Glee Club 4, Honor Pin 2. PATRICK T, ROGERS C.s,M.c., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Basketball l. MICHAEL S. REINERT C.S.M.C.g Football l, 2, 3, Track 2, 3. HARRY J. ROBBEN C.S.IVl.C.g Stadium Usher 31 Track 2. ROBERT J. RONCKER C.S.M.C., Annual Staff 4, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 47 Track 2, 3, A, Honor Letter l, 2, 3, 4. Press -1 is , ' 4 'V' f ,...., Another box of Metracal goes on its way as Bert .lung makes a sale to Ron Risch and Torn Hilvers. mi' 'ii E, TERRY ROWEKAMP C.S.M.C.g Chemistry Club 45 Variety Show 47 Golf Team 3, 45 Activities 4g Honor Pin 3: Honor Letter I, 2, 3. JOSEPH L. Ruvve JOHN v, SAALFELD C.S.M.C. C-5-M-C. ' -.L life in 4 Q' "Sf tffjiiwa, JOSEPH V, RONEY Chemistry Club 45 Variety Show 4, Football 35 Track 2g Dance Committee 4. ROBERT B, ROSENFELD C.S.M.C.p Annual Staff 47 Dance Committee 45 Honor Letter 'l, 2, 35 Honor Pin l, 2, 3, ROBERT W. SAHND Cheerleader 45 Annual Staff 47 Basketball l, Qp Dance Com- mittee 45 Activities 4. 67 WILLIAM E. SAUPE C.S.MC,.5 Bama 1, 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE J. SCHEIDT Eloleraide T, 2, 3, 45 C,S.M,C, is Qu. NORBERT E. SCHMID Activities 45 Football 15 Variety Sltovv 45 Golf Team 45 Eloler- aiole 2, 3. 68 THEODORE F. SCHAAF ROBERT J, SCHAEFER C.S.M.C.5 Chess Club T5 Purple C.S.M,C.5 Track 2. Quill 45 Chemistry Club 45 Hon- or Pin 35 Honor Letter l, 2, 3. syn-K' 'gb ROBERT L. SCHERER Basketball T5 Football i, 25 Camera Club 25 Elderaicle 1, 2. WILLIAM M. SCHMIDT Track 35 Activities 45 Variety Shovv 45 Glee Club 4. DONALD E, SCHMERBER Track 1, 25 Statistician 3, 45 Pur- 3, 45 Eloleraiole 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Activities 45 Honor Pin l, 25 Honor Letter l,2. , ax.,,,,3s A , 35 - 5 gi CHARLES F. SCHNEIDER C.S.M.C. nw. SEN: Q 5 RAYMOND J. SCHAIBLE C.S.M.C. ...uw RONALD J, SCHMERBER Track T, 25 Statistician 3, 45 Pur ple Quill 35 Chemistry Club 4 Annual Staff 45 Honor Pin 'I Honor Letter 2. Tv ! JAMES B. SCHNIEDER C.S.M.C.5 Elcleraicle 15 Stadium Usher l. F .... ip... . .-A.v ., ,i-. 2 ii is -- . ' :gp 1 "iii: wi K f 1 ik. ' -f, , I , , YQ. . ' , if i 2 l sm- 4 FRANK T. SCHNIEDERS LEO E. SCHOENUNG JOHN R. SCHOLLE DANIEL E. SCHONHOFT C.S.lVl.C.g Glee Club 11. C.S.lVl,C.g Stadium Usher lg C.S.lVl.C. C.S.lVl.C.g Variety Show 11. Track 2. Q W 4 'in ' 2 15 2 RAYMOND K. SCHRAND F. GILES SCHROEDER DONALD W. SCHUERMAN C.S,lVl.C.g Honor Pin 2. C.S.!Vl.C.g Annual Slaff 45 Pub. C-S-M-C-I Glee Club 42 AVI' Rel, Dept 3g Football lg Bag. nual S1aff 4g Puls, Rel. Dept. kefloall ig Activities 45 Honor 27 Cl'1Sm. ClUl9 Af ACNVWGS Lefier l, 2, 4- ii ,, . .J ,-. Nlr. Howard Sunderman, presi- dent of The Westerman Print- ing Co., proudly displays one of his finest iobs To Glenn Miller, John Murphy, Joe Sewers, and Jim Shields, 4 Y was A WONDERFUL si , womb A or Boom JOHN M. SCHULTZ C.S.M.C. 69 THOMAS M. SCI-IWARBER Pub. Rel. Dept. 4, Purple Quill 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Basket- ball T7 Activities 4, Poster Club 4, TIMOTHY E. SHELDON C.S,M.C., Honor Pin 3. CLIFFORD M. SMITH C.S.M.C.f Chemistry Club 4. 70 RONALD R. SELBY C.S.M.C,, Chemistry Clulo 4, Ac- tivities 4, Student Mgr. 2. JAMES J. SHIELDS C.S.M.C., Camera Club 1, 2, 31 Track 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3. DANIEL D. SMITH C.S.M.C., Honor Pin If Honor Letter 'I, 2, 3. JOSEPH T, SETTERS C.S.IVl,C., Music App, Club 47 Variety Show 4, Football 1, 2, Activities 4. JACOB P. SIMON C.S.M.C. DAVID J, SPENCER C.S.M.C. HARRY E, SEURKAMP C.S.M.C., Variety Show 3, 4, Activities 4, Dance Committee 4. JOHN A. SKELLY C.S.M.C. TERRANCE R. SPITZMUELLER C.S.M.C,, Band 3, 4, Chess Club 2, Variety Show 3, 4, Activities 4. F. EDWARD J. STANTON C.S,lVl.C.g Variety Show 4, Foot- ball l, 2, Track l, 2. QQ' GERRY VV. STENGER C,S.M.C., Otticer Chemistry Club 4, Elcleraicle l, 2, 3, Foot- ball 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Dramatics 4, Activities 11. Terry Lautenbach demon- strates the lBM 305 for John Mueller, Denny Wills, Jim Willefg and his brother, Ned. 2251135537555 2 7 iw.. .wif i. . 5 gd., . Q M X 5? . gg, Q A ww . 9 1 Jem K 5 I. AWP "QT 7' N., - ROBERT L. STEINBECK JEROME R, STHNKER Cheerleader 4, Football l, Baseball l, 2, 3. JAMES J. STANTON C.S.lVl.C,, Cheerleader 3, 11, An- riual Statt 11, Pub. Rel. Dept. 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Activities 11, Cross Country 2, 3, Honor Letter l, 2. Elderaide l, 2, 3, 4. .pdf .1 755 -tv- 'Yr' LEROY C4 STENGER ROGER L. STEVENS HOWARD L. STOVVE C-SVM-C-2 TVBCR 2? ACllVlTl95 4- C.S.!Vl.C,, Football lg Activities C,S,!iA,C,, Football l, 2. 4. "2 C IT'S A ' 'WONDERFUL , WORLD of gg OF BOOKS 4, C.S.lVl.C., Chess Club l, 4 STANLEY H. STREICHER Elderaide i, 2, Football l, 2, Activities 4. WILLIAM J, SULLIVAN Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, C.S.M.C. tw. ., LIIAI L ... ILLIL . Fw.. ,WN r ' I 'l- I' I, 5,9 er LAWRENCE R, TEPE Elderaide l, 2, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 45 C.S.M.C. 2 DAVID P. STRICKER C.S.M.C. ROBERT .I. SUNDERMAN C.S.M.C., Basketball l. GEORGE E. THEOBALD C.S.M.C., Activities 4. ,it WILLIAM I'I. STROTHMAN C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4. Www wavy.,- IRVIN L. TEETERS Activities 4, Track 4, C.S.M.C. THOMAS CHARLES TREINEN C.S.M.C., Variety Show 4. GEORGE G, SUDER Annual I4: Football 2, 3, 4, Base. ball 3, 4, Activities 3, 4, STEPHEN M. TENSI Track 2, Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. 51-fe .gun-...Q JAMES M. TROEHLER Activities 4, Football 'l, 2, ,-HW' GWB' fa-W! "'f"'-..fZ" THOMAS N. TROMEY g'A' 'K THOMAS T, TURNER FRANK H, UMBERG C.S.M,C.f Annual Staff 45 Pub. C.S.Nl.C.p Activities A. C.S.Nl.C.g Cheerleader Ap Elder- Rel. Dept. 45 Purple Quill 2, 3, 47 Track 37 Librarian 3, 4. aide l, 2, 3, 4g Variety Show 3 A, ii Si f KENNETH A. VOELKER C.S.M.C. ROBERT L. VORHERR C.S.lVl.C.g Activities 4. THOMAS E. VANCE C.S.lVl.C.g Camera Club 3, 4. HOWARD F. VOIGT C.S.Nl,C.p Track 37 Golf Team 4. GERALD J. VVAHL C.S,M.C.g Fooiball l. . lT'S A Sergeant Mueller points out one of the army's newest guided ' Q missiles To Bob Mefternich and Jack Lisk, I we -,L OF BOOKS 73 ARTHUR T, WEIGAND JR. C.S.Nl.C., Variety Sbow 3, Ac- tivities 4. JOHN P. WESTENDORF C.S,M.C., Football l, 2, 3, 4. 74 THOMAS H. WELSH Band l, 2, 3, Variety Show 3, C.S,Nl.C. DAVID L. WESTERKAMP C.S.lVl.C., Stadium Usher 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 2, 35 Variety Show 3, 4, Tragk 4, Glee Club 4, Honor Pin 3. C. EDWARD WILLS C.S.M.C., Annual Staff 4, Pub. Rel, Dept. 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Activ- ities 4, Librarian 4. JEROME H. WERNKE C.S,Nl.C. ,,.-f RAYMOND J. WILLENBORG Mr' Donald E' C.S,M.C. -nn., us... ii RICHARD J. WINDHOLTZ C.S.M.C. of GE explains A portance of ALBERT R. WITT C.S.M.C.p Variety 4' ....i.". K w 4, Glee Club nigh school education cr John Neyer. V y wa... Ay- if 2 e. x K DONALD P. WURTZ C.S.M.C.7 Band l, 2. -. yr, XX Future engineers and scientists at Elder have the great privilege of studying under architeci, Mr. Paul V. Stryker. ,mrg1,rr'5 A . AEBWONDERFUL WORLD BOOKS agitvs. s X. RONALD 1. vvunrz c.s.M.c.. sam-.1 1, 2. PAUL VV. WITTE C.S.M.C.7 Football l. DONALD W. WRIGHT C.S.M.C.g Variety Show 11. we X ff -il L . ' A. ROGER ZIMMERMANN C,S.M.C.g Aciiviiies 45 Library 3, 4. CLIFFORD R, WOLLERING C.S.Nl.C.5 Variety Show 45 Hon- or Leiier l. Ll Q ALAN E. WURTZ C.S.IVl.C.f Baskeiball 2g Cross Country 2. 75 , ,,....m-4 19 14f'5u-Q Www V gm Q.: THE BAND MADE simon BAND LETTERMEN Terrance Spifzmueller William Saupe James Carter Gary josfworth Sand President ' V 78 TS MARK IN THE BOOK OF SOUND A 1 Lee M. Trauth Director of Music Irs A AKQWONDERFUL 1 fwonm vor BOOKS .. ,, ,,. .. W 5. .wgiix .mi , ..- ... ne ,..5'5'X' wr 'MM .Q Sw 41 if 'I961 MARCHIN First Row llefi To rightj R. Sucher, C, Folz, J. Kuzma, H. Schvvierering. Second Row: T. Schoeny, J. Krizsa, D. Larkins, G. Schneider. Third Row: R. Schoch, W. Wagner, J. Wilson, J, Dragan. Fourih Row: J. Kendall, J. Rovvekamp, D. Raiterman. Fifrh Row: R, Conley, L. Wulker, D. Halpin. Sixfh ROW: N. SOlClaI'1O, J. PiTCl1f0I'Cl, J. ACl6r1S, B. Stoll. Sevenih Row: R. O'Brien, D. Huebener, A. Ernsf, W. Saupe. Eighth Row: D. Oiten, T. Spitzmueller. 80 E. A W--my-am X 0 Wi? Tx.. T , Q - fi: 5 N-Q 'H-Q Q i 5 ,M H .w,........."Mw- FNS hat z 1 Q 1 " ,E A .1 T1 1 1 -va ' K . f 'ft KA :' ...af - 'Q - . .. 5' fa 55' .... ' EN OF ELDER First Row Cleft to rightl R. CGHTSYSI T- J- Meehan, M- Oberding, T. Kathman. Second Row: D, Gerrety, J..Kreinest, G. Jostworth, R. Scha- blein. Third Row: T, Volkerding, R. Stenger, T. Cavanaugh, C. Patton. Fourth Row: F. Kersting, J, Keenan, M. Kunnen, P. Block. Fifth Row: R. Kohler, T, Hater, S. Schenck, J, Keilison. Sixth Row: J. Duffy, L. Oliendick, T. Stolze, C. Murphy. Seventh Row: W. Hohmeister, Weber, E. Wilke, P. Nienaber. Eighth Row: A. Rauf. -new ' BI L lT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS GLEE CLUB Glee Club members include, Bottom Row: P. Lipps, R. Strothman, R. Jogue, J. Forrester, R. Thien, G. Stenger, A. Witt, T. Treinen Second Row: D. Childs, B. Tracy, M. Welsh, D. Schuerman, T. Grace, D. Davis, M. Heavey, J. Setters. Third Row: K. Lobring, D. Meyers J. Corcoran, W. Christenson, C. Wills, G. Hausman, D. Westerkamp. Fourth Row: R. Sommer, H. Hamberger, D. Doerflein, S. Stryker, D Haas, L. Faeth, T. Casey. Fifth Row: D. Kroger, R. Essen, L. Raterman. COLOR GUARD THESE ADD SPIRIT 82 M. Flannigan, A. Willwerth, R. Schmidt, J. Lisk, F. Rizzo. CHEERLEADERS 'L .f K H wg' w f NWA' 53 x Z USR -, EnA V 'Mraz-wi? gi . ' --"-. -5 -f, . 1 VK - H f X x MAJORETTES Top Row: Judy Moore, Janis Cas- siere, Sue Plageman, Sharon Kovacs. Boffom Row: Pafsy Clevenger, Anne Frohn, Mary Ann Maupin, Kathy Dressman. K . ..r..1,.. . AW,X. .,,,., , . .A .yy K, , .W , - A f- '..w..sa if"i ' im- V wi.-f-:,:.xa'- .f ff K ' ' , t 1.4 ' A :-1'::!- -7:55"x.25:.'f:::::?:,-'?j::4 ,A Top Row: R. Roncker, S. Gunn, T. Pfleigel, J. Stanton. Front Row: D. Schmerber, R. Sahnd, T. Apke, FMGYSF- 83 fa SAQEW + ff ,K A f wx 9 S sz I ,, . 2 M fa, . . 3-fag' Mark Klusman - X . X. A BOOKS Ronald Holfman William Schneider gnucuw SYSIEMS ,.ff'j'T'i J- gf M 4' .., U, U1 a,i7.q- ff F F., ,A i Bill Bencsik Ed Krekeler Mike Kahsar Ron Hoitman and Bill Schneider placed second in the Triple AC Science Fair and the UC Science exhibit, . law 1545 Y' ww gi ,, F? visa, ip 4 it :fi 3533 51- 1 2,-H 41 W, HZ. YW a . ,.: ,. i. ,m L 3? 3?-My wr fa M ,W new k i 'sf ag Appearing in "A Dance with Our Miss Brooks" were: Kathy DeCurtins, Tom Espelage, Joyce Francisco, Mary Ann Abaecherli, Mary 6 Klett, Julia Mooney, Dave Haas, and Sandy Steel. The play was produced at Mercy auditorium on the direction of Father Robert Putnick. Jeff MQ. 51 As. as MF, QS, ggi WWW M, ML . M mi z-ew 4 aww. A DANCE WITH "OUR MISS BROOKS" Elder-Mercy Thespians presented what proved to be a howling success "A Dance with Our Miss Brooks" at Mercy High School Auditorium late in April. Marlene Overbeck and Marianne Abaercherli played the title roles on alternate evenings. Dave Bockenstette, and Tom Espelage took the male leads. Others in the cast included Dave Haas, Bob Bess- ler, Dave Hessdoerter, Tom Keller, Harry Connelly, Don Schuerman, Tom Mullins, Bob Huth, Charles Hotchkiss and Peter Rebold. The play was under the direction of Father Rob- ert Putnick, dramatics moderator and Chairman of y Elder's English Department. z ft Q J' T Jane Bennett, Kathy Staley, Carol Nordman, Charles Hotchkiss, and Bonnie Seitz starred in the production "A Dance with Our Miss Brooks." Gerry Volfz, Shirley Nieman, Dave Hessdoerfer, and Elaine Meyers. S WONDERFUL WORLD OF BCOKS Father Robert Pufnick lnfrepid Dramafics Moderator IT'S A WCNDERFUL O WORLD F BUCKS CARMELITES GIVE APRIL RETREAT Books are important in the spiritual lives of Elder Students. The New Testament is required reading for every boy, the mis- sal, catechism, and religion texts are a source of more than iust theoretical knowledge. Cadets for Christ, an organization of Seniors, under the direc- tion of Father William Sicking, who are willing to take an active part in Christian life, continued their work of promoting frequent reception of the sacraments, and generous acts of charity. Some thirty students helped in the recreational program at Mount Alverno School for Boys, Cincinnati, and aided in tutoring grade school children. The retreat, held in April, under the direction of the Carmelite Father Norman Werling, and Pierre Larkin proved to be a high- light of the year. Rev. Norman Werling Retreat Master 0' 'SI-JP ' fr N - 2, E b E . Q, , Rev. Pierre Larkin Retreat Master 51524595 'ff?ki1s2ZfZfQiLfw5'N We ,, ,L.,A.,,., , 42 .sngfw ,, :Im-ylsw, 952321 .M .- - .L,,,, .,,. '- szsamgigfl' www 513 ,, L. ,. 25521-'Q ' awww H,-. Q- ff, 1 f .J - Uayjsfzgfzwlugfv,fr 3 , , ,,,., THE LAST ws, fm i . fu ,. x WMV. 4. el an Af: " 'fi ,,,, R' fs: ' Q Q. ,iw 7 , QQ - he KEN ' r fj' .'5'Ls1!3f'Ni'hk ' ,G -flwf' 3 Wing ,ff 3 is 1932 Q .5 ' if ff 11114. LW - : "' 4 im, t . 2 , W NIGHT OUT s 1 . Q A. "M .M mi 'M V 'Fil .4 . Q, ,, V45 K aa .4 K W .W K ,.4,f1 ' ' H , -in X' ' ' 'V " f57'5ls'S.1'5' il k 2 2 sw- , V eqxfggz ., , k fifigif 3 V wi. V 12 -gg yy : . w yzlgy ' nd- .-Qs' , if w' ' fr 4 v:ff '2:-- - V fx, , ff sfhasf I ' f-f f' Ev-9 Nfwiw f' ' .. ' ' W' .rf 2? ' Y' ggv"'3,'vf' m , .L A f' . .,, . V .. ' . ., V .:M:1fw1vSFE3. -1 ,az V 1. fg, ,wpjf ,fig - ga . 9,13 .lf . - - ' 1 f A lgfgwgggk.. - g,Qg41'w:y,g 23, 15,19 he-,Q . , V4 km,H,wz,-7 .. K .7 , , 1 n V 35. ir.f,fft.,. , J x 3115? ,. . ,, ,, vm k i93V5f2'h-4, M . ., wig, mg , K X This crew added real zest to the "floating" musical. Nlr. Lee M. Trauth, Elder's Musical Director, to- gether with Father Calme, produced the third va- riety show in the recent history of the school. lt proved to be a tremendous success. This annual affair has captured the imagin- ations of the people of the Price Hill area, Large crowds gathered to hear the music of "The Last Night Out" and they were not in the least dis- appointed by what they experienced. lt showed a masterful touch and an immense amount of work on the part of all concerned. Mr. Trauth was determined to get the show down to perfection, even if everyone drowned in the attem pf. W P f d Il- gXIT'S A YWQNDERFUI. wonua or soolcs h b foot SPRING VARIETY SHOW PROVES BIG SUCCESS Thglf s dM d h p I1 Qs ws A woNnERruL fwonm or nooks lb Front Row: J. Bono, E. Krekeler, W. Clyde, Father Bange, E. Lehkamp, C, Veneman, P. Schroeder, R. Welch. Second Row: M. Lenz, J. Laacke, K, Niederhausen, T, Curren, C. Bailey, G. Nlentrup, R. Gervvel, D. Weinkam. Third Row: T, Stock, J. Baker, T. Essen, G. DiMuzio, W. Bonaptel, T. Grote, P. Kroeger, D. Cruse. Fourth Row: R. Kirkland, M. Laub, J, Childs, D. Daly, R. Cushing, J. Becker, F. Bertram, F, Bronnert. Fifth Row: L. Scheidt, T. Fern, G. Kendall, D. Schmerber, C. Kaeser, J. Kaeser, J. Steinker. Sixth Row: E. Burger, J, Becker, F. Umberg, D. Budde. ELDERAIDES MAKE MEALS PLEASANT The preparing of meals for nearly fourteen hundred people every day is basically the job ot the good ladies in the kitchen, but assisting them in an indispensable way are the students who take care of washing dishes, assist in serving, and wait on tables tor the teachers. Their iob is for the most part a thankless one, but Without them, this function of Elder High School would come to a halt. 96 USHERS KEEP FANS RELAXED The crowds that mobbed the stadium and gym for athletic contests presented real problems. Helping to bring order out of chaos were the Elderaides, whose iob it is to get the fans to their . I I . Umberg and friends wash another load. seats in the most efficient manner possible. They serve it up piping hot. Front Row: T. Stock, M. Stevens, J. Acito, F, Schilling, E. Nugent, L. lmholt. Second Row: J. Miceli, C. Bonaptel, R. Busch, R, Welch, K. San ders, P. Schultz. Third Row: G. Whitehead, R. Mock, A. Froelicher, D. Hoerst, R. Albers. 97 Chess Club officers, Siegfried Hausladen GREAT INTEREST SHOWN BY CHESSMEN The Chess Club practiced after school on their own time. Some notable victories were achieved through- out the year over Withrow and Nlaoleira. Other efforts lett The Panther boardmen looking tor new., horizons. 98 and Jim Kenkel, together with the members of the club, 'flank Father Strittmatter. Burger overpowers Giwer with a surprise attack. GREEK CLUB MEETS BEFORE SCHOOL IT isn'T ofTen ThaT sTudenTs will come To a Teacher and ask Them if They can learn a new language on Their own. This is whaT a group of iuniors did and They enlisTed The help of Fr. Hussey for The job of Teaching Them Greek. They meT aT 7:45 Twice a week and are well on Their way To achieving a good back- ground in The language. FaTher Hussey urges on his early morning classical scholars. Froni Row, left To right: A. Edelman, C, PeTers, Fr. Hussey, W. Tracey, G. Bachman. Second Row: M, Kahsar, S. Hausladen, N. Laufenbach P. Block, Top Row: J. Kenkel, R. Drennan, W. Clyde, .AA P L IT'S A WONDERFUL womn A OF BOOKS FronT Row, T. AUsTing, K. Grothaus, D. Schuerman, FaTher WiTTe, Nl. Heavey, G, STenger, W, Eisenecher. Second Row, C. Smith, T, Rowe karnp, J. Kohls, D. Ricl-4erT, T, Brafford, J. Halpin. Third Row, J. Roney, R, Flannery, W. STroThman, C. HoTchkiss, D. BockensTeTTe. FOurTh Row T. Schaaf, R. GoeTTl4e, R. Bessler, R. Selby, FiTTh Row, T. NlcGraTh, T. King, R. Schmerber. AROMAS FOUL AND FAIR The wiTches' caldron in Macbeth had noThing on The fledgling chernisTs aT Elder. Their disTincTive concocTions do Their own adverTising. Under The direcTion OT FaTher Herbe-rT WiTTe, The chemisTs have underTaken a number of field Trips To indusTrial and scienTiTic siTes. IOO No, Dave, bunsen burners and Two-inchers clon'T mix A x SHUTTER SNAPPERS SCORE SUCCESS In gleaming, new lit smalll quarters, Father Thomas Duesing's Camera Club made many notable contributions to The success of the school publications. Many hours of the students' own time were spent in meeting tight deadlines. The Club's work has appeared in all of the local newspapers as part ot The public relations program of The school. Bob Metternich dis- covers a revolting development. IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS 2' - fr' ' ' .mmf-' sf Front Row, R. Hurlander, J. Luebbers, Father Duesing, J. Metz, VV. Huddleson. Second Row, R. Carrigan, Nl. Judy, J. Wolter, J, Tholking, M. Lenz, Third Row, E. Frede, F. Bertram, C. Rizzo, T. Vaught, A. Edelmann, Fourth Row, J. Detzel, J. Blust, R. Nletternich, C. Hotchkiss, T. Robinson. lol Front Rovv, S, Davis, E. Krekeler, Father l'-lasselhott, J. Bono, G Stenger Second Row D Schvvarber R Carrigan A Edelmann F Meyer T Schvvarber, R. Schmidt. Third Row, C. Wills, M. Collins, C. Gilardi T Austing J Thomas ART CLUB ADDS COLOR Lively posters added zest to the tootball and basketball season. Magnificent scenery contributed to the beauty ot the Variety Show. All ot this came through the ettorts of Father Robert l-lasselhott's Art Club. Meeting once a Week on their ovvn time, they are scheduled to expand their activi- ties in the corning year to embrace an even wider field. "Fidel McGrath harangues his followers ACTIVITIES C U ri5ivi5tfi.sf.s . .sfsrftzw . " .- sg, T T- ,.. . :E.:. . zsg N ai 'f'.' . 1 . Q ifffiw' 'V A M fill ., . ., LIVEN SCHOOL -'Y - T T is I II A 5.1 ,, Pep rallies, dances, clecoraTingfThese are The specialties of The AcTiviTies Club. I Father RoberT Putnick conTribuTes much .X if of his time To insuring The srnooTh opera- I3 I .. ...I i f m 'kli 1, .F . Tion of This group. Y' ' If Hr I T rT T. T Ik Fr. Putnick gets a bang out of plans for ai' ,E X ,fl the coming pep rally. TN Q if .. seas Front Row, T. Rovvekamp, T. Schwarber, R, Johnson, G. Stenger, Fr. Putnick, T. Casey, J. Borcherding, R. Stevens, W. Eisenecher, D. Hebauf. Second Row, J. Troehler, T. Turner, J. Neyer, G. Theobold, G. Suder, J. STanTon, F. Meyer, D. Schuerman, R. Selby. Third Row, K. Goettke, P. Luckey, J, Roney, G. Schroeder, I. Teeters, L. Eichold, H. Hendy, C. Wills, T, Spitzmueller. Fourth Row, L. Bross, J. Setters, J. Schultz, N. Shmid, M. Mulcahy, D. Doerflein, R. Essen, D. Bockenstette, T. Austing. Fifth Row, D. Kreimer, R. Vorherr, D. Haas, M. Reardon, T. Mc- Grath, J. Godfrey, J, Halpin, K. Grothaus, D. Hendy. Sixth Row, M. Gehring, P, Rebold, C. Hotchkiss, L, Stenger, L. Rogers, A. Weigand, J. Farrell, D. Rickerf, R. Scherer. I03 Librarians are, First Row: M. Mulcahy, Fr. Albert Bischoff, Fr. Robert Buening, L. Eichold. Second Row: J. Dugan, T. Tromey, G. Miller, R. Zimmerman. BOOK CIRCULATION HITS NEW HIGH Father Buening, assisted by Father Bischoff and his crew of student-librarians, did his best to increase the efficiency of The library and the number of volumes available. As a result, a record number of students made use of these in- creased facilities. '04 Left to right: T. Schwarber and M. Mulcahy. fiifli- FW Row l: T. Ausfing, M. Heavey, Fr, Bischoff, Fr. Putnick, G. Stenger, Gunn. Row 2: G. Theobald, J. Kohls, C. Wills, J. Stanton, F. Meyer, J. Borchercling. Row 3: T, Keller, H. Seurkamp, W. Herman, R. Sahncl, J. Frede, J. Diers. Row 11: R. Johnson, T. Bushman, G, Suclcer, T. Apke. POSTER CLUB WSEPSRFUL or aooics rs A Left To Righlz J, Schwab, Fr. Hasselhoff, E, Krekeler, J, Bono, Kneeling: W. Clyde. EO Front Row: R. Drennan, F. Wagner, Fr, Strittmatter, T. Tromey, J. Kenkel. Second Row: C. Wills, T. Schwarber, N. LGUTSNJGCIW, M- K0ll9Ck- "ELDER STORY" TOP P.R. ACHIEVEMENT Besides its usual task of getting news and pictures about Elder to the press, the Public Relations Department under- took the production of a color-slide series with tape re- corded background on the school. To go with this, a six page brochure was prepared. It has been shown to many parish organizations in the Price Hill area. Jim Kenkel and Butch Kolleck go over the script they wrote for "The Elder Story." IO6 SCHOOL PAPER TOP-RATED J f The Purple Quill published ten issues during the year and received the top-rating of All-American. Under the capable moderatorship of Father Mark Gretsch, students of Journalism, a one-halt credit course, edited the paper. Membership on the Purple Quill Staff is open to Juniors and Seniors upon recommendation of their English teachers. lT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS Hah, Hah, Hah, I knew l'd get even. iii? 51? 45? N Members of the All-American Purple Quill Staff, seated: John Neyer, Mike Quinn, Jim Kenkel, Tom Pfliegel, Bill Seibert, Dick Asimusf Tom Tromey, and Ted Schaaf. Standing: Tom Schvvarber, Fr. Mark Gratsch. l07 ffm' fit .4 'x 5 J... We 1':b""-we -xl Q ll i Tx?-bf tr- L. ANNUAL PROJECT OF SENIOR CLASS Thomas Apke Thomas Austing Thomas Brennan Thomas Bushman John Diers William Eisenecher Lawrence Faeth James Frede Stephen Gunn Mark Heavey James Kaeser John Kelly Clark Wills Larry Reiring Thomas Ptliegel Terence Rogers Robert Roncker Robert Rosenfeld Robert Sahnd Ronald Schmerber Donald Schuerman Thomas Schwarber James Stanton George Suder Thomas Tromey Photographers: Gerald Wolter Robert Metternich William Huddleson Moderators: Father Mark Gratsch Father Lawrence Strittmatter The Elderado is boTh a TribuTe To and a proiecT of The Senior Class. Under The direcTion of FaThers Mark GraTsch and Lawrence STriTTmaTTer, The sTafT members burned The midnighT oil many nighTs as The hecfic Task of meeTing deadlines beseT Them. The enTire sTudenT body shared in The success of The proiecT Through Their efforTs To sell ads, noT only To business houses in The area, buT also in Their own classes. ln reading Through The pages of Their annual, all can Take saTisTacTion from a iob well done. Schwarber gaThers viTal sTaTisTics for The sporTs secTion FaTher Striffmatter and Tom Brennan dig deep in an efTorT To find a lost picTure. ...T :P-Q? 'A' s' P ' Y . ,sv N S ' A K T if x' X, , - "' ' .. X X - 4, V Y - sm 1 N, S a . ,. , A W I, , 1- - xx -Q - V .W-A ,J-1 I N -... ,,f- 3 ix A gr 'lg K 8' iz . , V fa, 33, M, gm-'ff QQQLQ .xi-if im .M .T ww 1990 gpg gf A f A ff 'z uf 5 5 5 ff ig 'V 5, 1' NW, Q 11 LV S is 2 if Nw , Q 1 Q aw L 1., X A Q 3, 4. X Q L. 'm .Q in ., it Km? 1 Bfl ' si 'i E 1 " in Q 1 QQ X gas 4 3:9 k 1' ul A- , ' ,. A. -. A wg. .Y 1 473 1, ,MJ ,M 2.44311 ,, ,Q 51,11 ,, X 1 ,Li i ff, iffy 1715? f .1 2.3: M -'sg A , 'iw 'ti K' MM ' ,W 2,1 ir Lk , xl-Xxx x-,W F 41 Vw, :Ser 'V .4 Q .iw . '11 .fr M gy. fi 5. - -L1 ,- s ,, ,Q-3 at ,,,..w, J am? M, N, ,gi-, Q, J sg. A wwf, , X 1"7 "A 7 335395 . S A- M'- Q 4 X v x iw A ' f f? 1 , .A gf., fa . ,W Q - f 1, 1 , ,lf Qrff. 3 Aw ,jg R5 ' vkyfff fi ,KB I1 h gi? 4' '5f,gj,g'v wg',3 " Q - 7 ,',. W I N, A , -K , - KL ' 'Qfv.V'SL,, 'K L, f M, -,N L, Ns- YP fix 1, VL? , K, xii, . K3 ' Q X ,xii 1 n J zjfix mr I ff L, ZH 4 Y Q C.S.M.C. GATHERS BOOKS FOR MISSIONS Under The direcTion of FaTher STanley Luehrf SVLL L mann, The CaThoIic STudenTs' Mission Crusaders have conTinued Their inTeresTed sTudy of The mis- sions and Their needs. While every sTudenT aT Elder is a member of The C.S.M.C., increasing aTTempTs have been made To impress Them vviTh The imporTance of prayer, work, sTudy and sacrifice Tor The missions. Three ounces overweight. No, Paul, you can'T bring him home with you. ,Mi , IT'S A S ff cyyc WONDERFUL aiiir if WORLD or sooics Cafholic Sfudents' Mission Crusade Officers, front row, G. Sfenger, FaTher Luehr- rnann, L. Faeih, Second row, M. Heavey, P. Rebold. W """w-.. N 'W f Trorney does some research for new phone numbers. 'mes' THE LIBRARY WAS A TREASURY FOR THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS Frankie eXT9f1dS his kV10Wled9e fo WOVGVY SCLGVWCE- Sfudenis benefit from desk donated by last years Senior class NWS A WONDERFUL fWORLD 'OF BOOKS Ackerman. Rr Second G- -Harman: DJ- Bafduaf W- Swv, R. Benzinger, w. H. iifbkei--Faffh now: P. Block, R. soda, H4l 1DBbeOiag,ODDDw. Bollerg WgfEBpnapfel. Sixth Row: J. Bono, R. Brady, D. argon, K. Brewer. Seventh Row:,M. Briyikegt, 3. Brofft, D. Brbdkig L,,'w W. Bruns, D. Buchanan. Eighfhllgw: Jy Buchert, D4 Budde, T. Burnside, R. Busch, J, Cafeo, Nin1h Row: J. Cain, E. Carmosino, T. Cavanaugh, W. Chapman, D. Childs. Tenth Row: J. Ciampone, C. Clausing, W, Clyde, J. Collins, P, Conners. ' V 5 lI5 WE BRCKE OUR BACKS TO BUILD OUR MUSCLES Which one has The To I The Freshmen are up To Teh pusheups a day S "I wonder if he's cou 1 g 'th I p gi6 ,!gIl?5RFUL Y "'- --KK5 12, w:, u5:1w5- gmflw sziwgmfwzzsffsi'imasfisifisszswf'fs X35fs?fi2'fi?iiYi?5f5?ciZle, 42,9522 'IQSEEIQSE '27 .4 G' fr, Q ' LL W . N., fi :Q ,. gr . f , ,V if . Sigma KS E ... , si, 3 xg A 'S' 5' 2 Q, A luv R f XM , X 19' 1 .Y W af' fgxgm . Q 'lf' , TR wp, -5 -5 7' g .5 n ,O lk gk 1 kk 'N E f M l KW! Qi. Q A L 1. 'Pf M ',, A ' f 1 x f alfa Q' m A' W lf? 2' ' 'R J' fa 1 f 'irr- W' 'QR W ll sf 'g' X we. Qvikswtav ' A ip, N f. ,G 74, 1 - A X 40? ., - - 1 Fw My . , W- 7 L3 - ' as ..-' ww, f 1 'N -s jg gm. 'N-M ' K ,gif I Top Row: D. Cook, W. Cook, J. Corcoraq, J. Cross, R. Cushing, D. Daly. Second Row: J. Datiiiog C. Davis, D. Davis, P. Davis, C- Deifidb R. Derrick. Third Row: J. Desfefano, J. Detzef, G. DiMuzio, R. Dirksing, P., Daherfy, R. Drennan. Fourihy Row: D. Dressier, W, Duennes, -J, Duffy, G. Dugaixkk. Early, A. Edgeimann, C. Edrig5fg5jA. Egloff. Fiffhfjigwf -3+.iEff??Sf W- J- Fa'WiChf. 1.W53ZE9Y' . 3-, F+2iSff .F?ii i??i?i?if1eimfm T- Fam' vi+H53???'7e'f 5'i.--iiiffiiinigan, W. Fiidhiiffari, J. Farfesfeffflljirondorf, R- Guards, T. Goa-de, 1: Graber, M. Grace... Gram, P. HAPPY TIMES BUT SORE FEET Underclassmen dance dreamily to The music of Lee Trauth. Father Pufnick rewards Victory Dance Queen and her Escort. Carp" hooks on To a girl. TOP o " f lT'S A fxAVIC6lI:PSRFUl Books . N. W. A group af the "loird's" nest. W V , gg tw Q of 3 A 'af Q we Q '53 4 A ffvfl Q M .W W A J o fi W .3 ,., ,V ,, A L- W . E Q 'Q gm. ,WA ' md' 4 CL wa Ts 5,5 1 if Wai. 'M S" ' li E5 .fi M' ,gn M 'ff o o oooo ' "' mfko o ,fo 8 4 2. " ' f wgyl Q fl?1'iJf5Qfhf?'4 f 'A,, , 37 fi 1, A- 95' h . 1 ' 7 ' ... f. vv AV , t Q ' X Q IM - 5 ' . .. 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JETS CAME TO CINCY AND ELDER WAS THERE Captain Schwarber prepares To Take off with his crew. "Dorff ask mel I dOn'f know Wlqaf fheyq-9 for, eiflqer I22 i M. way.:- S, : 13 , lb fx. K. M " W X... wx . A 'S I K ii --il Ag P. Z: ,,.' K 1. A A 5, W- -5 ' Ab Liga , 4 Q . L Q 'ifig ' af" . R V ' Fl in ,, -5 ' ' . V .w?f,4.:++1 I ,1 , .,k, i J I A . I S ' " 1 ONDERFUL We , A is 'am I W W Q . PWORLD 1. W5 . V ' VAV. . - 5. 4 - . 9 fr' 3 fra fm 5 R' 'Y' me iw if - Q ,Q W, ., ' N--. in x WK .1 miaw, " .- N' " up f 'Z ir x 'Hy K . XX , if I gi' 2 . fr - - r 5 5 , . Qs':himf77iTL5YR fm- td .9111 S xii 1wU'.soVl51WTf :il 7 5g,fzIgg?5,Egg155.. L agElg9i?fWSi i i1'5.5:7Ei5'f9E5!if?7?21is 5ff5f?i5f?YSi?3'ffigfiilaif K, 2 , y ,. S 2 I 'f Km- ' " ' k'h' , U f ' X 'Q K X ' ",- ' "fi v21isfQn.w2i'Ea ', N4 'C " , X nf -f -1- '- 'ni-l:5Qf5i'.ff11fi. ' " -w.:L11.f , . ' "-' 1-'. 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' 1, 1 The end ofa long day. p S L - X , - 'V f , fm.-, Q S A g x K .,f ..'J. bfi - T T T STS TS f"T WS A ,Q WONDERFUL , I W 5 ,1 ,, ,.?yw0RLD 9 I S H OF BOOKS 'xii ff 'k'V yi ' "Who closed The bus window on my hand?" -SSS R- Nbefsf VSWQS EEERW 54 BQ d,f'5VCZYTk1.ErF9U"fb ROW: F- E Befffamf Xa S3i?5ff'fff'115hi.fTf?9"f, 5f'?93S'if'ff?3ifi1S Bfhogahflf- Bffmefff R! Bfuhvfidfff i3iC6TfiQaUv U4fCGrYef2 RQ Cmnzaro, J, Chiids, SNL f3hfS55Tf?Pfe'f fffhu-592 ,SSTS TT: CUUfW'9hamS,S TT. S Curran, A. Daffilo, S-T 9'??WU'f'Q?'J+SDfa9a'1ff-4Dfevef- S T SESSTT SSTESS E TEST QESS TTTEETS ETSTS TTSSSSSSE STSS f TSTS T SSS1 T SSSlll Sf STTTSS ww. 5. :,,,, .. . . . w Aeriaf view of our spacious, newly paved parking Iof. fif' 1 'vfx ff 'yn S ,X M sim VV ...A ,Q- uay QNX 'K' fan, R X , pp M f p Lp X N X, 3 X aim: an 41.4. 5 34" K WI ti' F. 31, Tix .pf X S QE 3 G- ig va: -all , , ,X - b, ? . f' . P M La? 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Q 1 In 4: I x 73, ,ef X W ' +54 , fe , ff , .rgtmag l f ,F 438 in if 757 A Tcfifiibw: DI :-1 f651mkUFi1f'M. Lerfifk. Letfifl. Lisk,M5F. Luhnfii. LyntiiffD. Mackii, P. Matfke, R. Maier, J. Millard. Sebond Row: P. Mallery, D. Maisbary, M. Manion, R. Manne,'R. Marchetti, D. Massa, M. Mattis, F.AMayer,r D. McCarthy, M. McCarthy. Third Row: W. McDonald, R. McElroy, F. Murrgy, J. Mqfxlamee, ff..,Me6har1,gQW,,Meir,V M. Meinhardf, I.,-'MeIsoq,gg. Merrlghaus, W,.,,Merriss.,lEpur1h Rgw: R. Mgrten, R.5j,Met1ernigh, F. Meyer, R. .k,V Meyagn. Miziiffi, .L s.MAA3HdendafiEg.l"E.MMittgfgu, MiifQ5jf,'MJ. M3ekrQ,Fif1hff1?f2ow: Rgfifmock, Rglj.i.M0liqufsiiryMJ. Mwiiav. Mbhno, JM.fffMunning3aoff, FL MMMY Murdock, C. Murphy, M. Murphy, R. Murphy, R. Murphy. Sixth Rows, R. Myers, T. Naege!, K. Neal, G. Neiheisel, R, Newberry, K. Niederhausen, '- W. Nieman, R. Niemeier, P. Noe,,VJ. Nolte. . V . H A I33 I34 I WE LOOKED ON WITH INTEREST J" m AT THE ANTICS OF OUR ALUMNI Congressman Clancy visits the Alumni Glance. , , sr Paul Allison remlnisces with former friends. The Elder Spirit still has a hold on our graduates 4 ., 1 ww- l A 3'-' ' ,gk ,. E? 'NNN' ..,-.ts vw FII' ef. 'UT i f QE R4 Q 1. X .Y ll fi" A f 5. NE' ' i -Sb 1594 Q. ,V Q, gl I Ai .iz :S Q. 5'. K YYA 5 l lil A he .. .R 5 QE. . ff 3 x x i rt. 31 VA ' - Mn .slimy 1 Q .1 wx.. L. ignrii... ig ,MV -ti. .-'lv -to Q... ,ggi his K 15w""' lgxf v m 1 Q I 4 M XL.: , R A X rl.. R ms'-X.l'X'llf ', , 1' Q. if A rt. Q. 1 'S 'Q vw 'Q . - .M RY' M N. .3 Z., rf li "L" l l Q , 1 H Q 5 .. S. - are M if '11 , Qian M 'If' . .fy LV, W- ...N ' ...H .,,,w" - -V . .VM +: W lgifzii Ig Y . galil! f :ind 54 N . .M ., 1. 'A--J ff. li 'Fir S32 "- . we ,FW ,fa . ., i u iw. il 1 f f- . . .. rw k . ... .- .mf-ff Y. :WW , . .' Sm KN- Q f .4 6-4 ...U "N : .-k an lx Q, '17 f 1 ''J'if-5.57-fi!fi? 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A V , ' ..l.. 5 .,.l ,R , L-JW LD ' 'OF BOOKS - ll Sm ,g ,asa -f f .i -f v S. . ... -,I . 1 M .. ,,, ,, ti H' ll , , WE FOUND OUR FACULTY READY TO ANSWER OUR QUESTIONS find that misspelled words Spell M v,,,..: Mwwiwww W B., A -f -W:wfwswgKSWIQ5,,smf2L.gw,f,ilgwxwfmxm, gvwriufii'Qlfiifilfifglkiikirg' 55113357:sfqtggggifggfmggfjgi I-S 5237,.igzlgiik5Ei53gHg5lsW,A.i S 2 Q Hui qn,?5sS'MfwLf2f-is2Mws?k,5,f25g?5w5w:mgwfigfgsgfggaisfrgwmwfffmk N f w Iiliisis155755525f222Wf9:wz4s21iefwY'-ggegfikgwrigfszggggf'513523 'wk mgigggggfff U1 be 5 km K1 si'i:gg1rW'm:5v:g 4v2lgzgsQ -. 31:1 6,559 xx S' 1' :3553i5HA- 37 ima-asfaf-fg:211f?5Qiffs1ses:sf 'lwfgiesiggsg' aims wwf' X, Q , 23 M XsgezWmezws-"'sf,,-525221 ,. : ,SLE-Lgiifggqgisqgigrn 2 LS W :QE 5 my , ffgiiesfz w:fQ?ig.LQ-,Mafia-fg:iws1amg,QiQ2VAi:fggzseszQffSSfsigQs-.''W'mai Q: Q Q b2s1f:fV,Lfe2ffsw.sw,fmizazgfliwz+ssff'we5fg:?,i-A V SSW S N mb 5 K 31 :2A-Vzfglisffgmiiwe-+25fAwf::Q1mzsmaf.ff ,iew-wf,wm,1 ,X H ygig,gyfkfszgszragfgzzgaifwiwlbsusvwgswig :Pwr-fwgien 5 fimfw Iffili- Wzgem f- fy fgqwf 252 2 1 W Y H 42 W 9 V ig gg? 2' 1:21-sf S RJ 3 Shia 1232 f igiiggvgliifgf 15913. 2Ms,wfiggsigxim,Agfiwg 1 m?feqfigs1f A W S P Q ig:fg-pisz.wvggezzisggzfggvggg:gsm-1' K 'f Q8 2 1 S 2!EM:24s2Qss2i4211f--fm:-f:gwwzfifsa ,sau , 1 ' weasklyvga . gl. 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'2,..1v -pe .5 .sg ",:t'!A 3353 ., .5'ffi.,, -1' 3 f: - A .,- .. M...-V' .5 N yfgr -,44tx,lT'S A yi HWONDERFUL gl J hh4h woRLo f for Boolcs I37 WE PAID TRIBUTE TO OUR ARCHBISHOP ON THE OCCASION OF HIS TRIPLE ANNIVERSARY Five Cardinals march into the Cathedral in solemn cession. Archbishop Alter listens intently to the angelic voices of the Arch- bishop's Boys Choir. The Archbishop offers this Mass in a spirit of icy and thanksgiving. Q, . I' 1 J .,., 'ax X is 'A ,F 'JS' v A WONDERFUL Q M - WORLD -"' zqlny X . OF BOOKS ,V K lx, . Xl . . Q . A .,, 1 Q .. p Q, m A 3 5 AW . Q at ...lv M A L V S, T, ,X 1 5 if f. S H , A' 25 g im ' m f fs' fp M" 'f i " fx i K it xlk- v L, A X XJ Az,, E if ., X It 7' t Qk , 1 I ' 1 M K 5 X : ' k . ' 2 K 'F I 554 . ' ,A K i .. 3 f ' 1. XX .f , Y ' Q :ff-1 ' 2 . v Q ... . ' . ' L - .2 .- -.:. Q . fx W -P . , fl H if f 'HA'-H X23 3171 K A 3 - Z K-I X 4 L I hz I X A ' K L fy i 1 A f., 'N W 2 'W if .M e . . . A. X . 5 V X' 'L-, ' Y J 1+ iii " iii.-sf I X Q 2 . 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Q- - E, Q W .af The poster club added zip to the year with their colorful advertisements of coming attractions. ',i. ONDERFUL WORLD A Father Bertlce gives a few cheerful words assembled students. to the l ,..:.. rf G.. ass 331. ,f 51 ll... xf .f 1 .e .- t . sw... . ,. ,,- We . r.. , ' isi . il th itsls ' i iiil ' tssi i . ssls l. silt istt 1 5 tsi T. Fischer, -ILA tl. Fisher, J, Flach, J.:EFdfletaro, C. Folz, J. Se-Cond 1 'lil,t' Third Row: C. Gerke,fG. Gerth, R. Gibsongi-T. Giiardi, K. Gold,'tTQfGraber. Fourth Row:-i55EQfQrady, T. S. t"' Grigsby. Fifth Row: T. Grimmelsman, C. Gtoesje, M. Guilfoyle, R. Hats, G. Hageman, W. Haillliauer. A A YA, ' Q1 ..1y. ,., K 141 -- iff.. Q1 .. 2 .sz-ii.gs4..a1fv .1 , N. -f1.1ii1....sz.s:v f ., ,. ,, .,,,,,,...t, E..i,..,,.,. H f 1 .5- E if e eeee Mr. Trauth screens talent for the Variety Show. W A .4n... MUSIC AND DRAMA Alumni President, Joe Fricker, pours great emotion into his campaign talk, S- Q ' IN A VARIETY OF WAYS ig .. fig. 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The TooTball season is The besT Time of The year-iT's Then ThaT The enThusiasm ThaT is much of The charm of high school sTudenTs is aT iTs highesT. T54 The T960 season could be called moderaTely successful. The Team's 6-4 record showed wins over ChillicoThe, VViThrovv, ST. Xavier, TaTT lPub- lic High ChampionsT, lVlcNicholas, and WesTern Hills. Losses were To STeubenville CenTral CaTholic, Alliance, Purcell, and Roger Bacon. The Team's mosT magniTicenT showing was againsT Purcell. OuT-poinTing The Cavaliers in sTa- TisTics, our PanThers vvenT dovvn T5-T4 in The lasT Tive minuTes of The game. A saTeTy in The TirsT period vvas The difference in The score. fy, M if , iliz f 'N P 1' si W ,,,,, JH , siifss This 110-yard pass To Hasselt was good for 6 poims against Western Hills. Tiny Tom Bushman is about To be smothered by an Alliance Tackler. 1 960 CO-CAPTAINS TOM BUSHMAN sf W A W .. .,,: TOM BRENNAN . Mi, 111 .,1 Y- . Q11 1.5 'fffl '-'l.11fila- 'il' 11 T H 1 1 - LL.. . ' fx -. 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IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS J X4-x 'QL I l .J f , N f N k Catch me if you can! Torn Brennan, Cenfer Jack Wesfendorf, Tackle Jack Diers, Tackle PANTHERS CLOBBER CHILLICOTHE - MCNICHOLAS IN WRONG LEAGUE ELDER 28 - CHlLLlCOTHE O Elder opened the T960 football season by defeating Chillicothe at the Cavaliers' field. The Panthers scored twice in the first quarter and added Tallies in the second and third periods. The Panthers got their opening touchdown after four minutes had elapsed in the game-Tensi pitched out to Hennekes who scored -from the two. Fullback Mike Junker went nine yards over tackle for the second score. Later Bob Hennekes made it a big night by scoring again. Mike Junker went up the middle from the nineteen for the fourth tally. ELDER 48 - McNlCHOLAS O Lanky Steve Tensi flipped two touchdown passes to end .lim Hassett and a third to tiny Tom Bushman in the first period of play. In the second period Larry Tepe rambled over from twelve yards out and Bushman scored again, this time cn a fifty-yard aerial from Tensi. Jim Datillo entered the scoring column by re- covering a Rocket fumble in the end zoneg Mike Junker added a tally, plunging to pay dirt from the six INCH line. Terry Rogers, End George Suder picks off Tensi aerial on 2 yard line. n, ,Q 1128559 5 41 A M., 21122 if 15- vis-Vf . , Q "Avy, get off my back, you bully," says Terry Rogers ,L sr , r if an E, if tier! . . fx K2 kr S' WEE? . . l .gliilfiali ., 1 ,. + 342551 S 16, L, ,si And away we go. Steve Tensi runs wide in The Purcell game, l60 w7QQ1muIT'S A r flfll WWONDERFUL QZAMWORLD OF BOOKS 'eil if J 'Qx' l , UF N f1'1f5Z 'rf Jim Hassetf, End Larry Reiring, Guard Mark Klusman, Guard n -C . PANTHERS TAME TIGERS - AVIATORS FLY OVER ELDER ELDER 30 - VVITHROVV 22 Although Elder doubled The Total yardage of Withrow, 454 yards To 209 yards, only one touchdown separated the Two teams, Elder scored first, with Hennekes running The final eleven yards, starting a see-saw scoring battle. Junker and Bushman both scored after respective Withrow Tallies To give The Panthers a 24-22 edge. Bushman added The insurance score by picking up a Tiger fumble onthe lo and crossing the goal. ALLIANCE 50 - ELDER 26 Elder's first defeat of The season came at the hands of Alliance. Five touchdowns highlighted the first nine minutes of play, Elder being on The short end. Bushman ran 72 yards for one tally and Tensi passed to Rogers for another. The half-time score was 28-l-4, Alliance in front. Despite The Panthers' hard but futile efforts, The Aviators pulled away. Statistics for the game included 241 on the ground for Elder, and 238 for The Aviators. Alliance topped use of the air T97 to 95. Jim King, Tackle Hassett hauls one in during the Thanksgiving Day game , v k " ima x ft ' , f A WWORLD WONDERFUL OF BOOKS J LN, 'QR' I , Uff Terisi up the middle for an eighteen yard gain. Tight defense stops an Aviator. .lim Willet, End Andy Eglotf, End Jim Frede, Tackle '. f.,'f x..x'.y"f. , FUMBLES FOIL PURPLE "THEY ROLL THROUGH THE X's" STEUBENVILLE 28 - ELDER 16 Errant fumbles by Elder provided Steubenville with scoring opportunities upon which they capitalized. S. France and Jack Kennedy both scored after Two such plays in the first half. ln the third quarter, Hennekes scored from seven yards out. Tepe rambled in for the last score late in the final period. ELDER 28 - ST. XAVIER 22 After a slow first period on the ground, Steve Tensi shot two TD passes in the second quarter. The first was a 45 yard flip to Willet. ln the second drive to paydirt, 67 yards were gained in the air with Willet again picking off an aerial. Tepe scored from the one yard line and again Willet scored, this time on a 28 yard snag from Tensi to boost the score to 28-22. John Mueller, Guard Pigskin slips past Dan Franklin in West'High game in ,A l 7 1, 515?isi122f:i25r-zfi' if -1 :sf H' A Q,- Willef claims ball lOl'lOUCl'1dOWI'1 in Xavier game. e ws A J L woNDERFuL WWORLD or BOOKS 31-X 'LL l I uri ,f 1 Panfhers clamor for lVlcNicl1olas ball carrier. I64 l mam Tom Bushman, Ha lfback Mickey Lynch, Halfback Steve Tensi, Quarterback CAVALIERS COP G.C.L. LET'S FORGET ABOUT BACON PURCELL 15 f ELDER 14 The really big loss came from The Cavaliers. On Elder's fifTh play fronn scrim- mage, Tensi galloped The final 21 yards of a forfy yard drive. Less Than Two rninuTes laTer, Purcell scored The faTal safeTy againsT The PanThers by Trapping Tensi in The end-zone. Elder's lasT scoring drive sTarTed on The Cavalier ThirTy-Three yard line. In eighT plays, The Purple vvenT 67 yards vviTh Rogers picking off a pass frorn Tensi for The final 31 yards. Purcell Then spoiled The day vviTh Touch- dovvns in The second and fourTh duarTers. ROGER BACON 51 f ELDER O Fired up Roger Bacon pulverized The PanThers. TvvenTy poinTs in The firsT quarTer, eighT in The second, and TwenTy-Three in The Third vvere all buT Too much for The Purple and VVhiTe. Roger Bacon's fifTy-one poinTs represenTed The largesT score by which an Elder Tearn was loeaTen. IT was iusT one of Those days. Bob He,-meke5, Halfback Cliff Smith sleeps while Ron Schmerber daydreams as They keep sTa Tistics. T N 1 f ,xx -4 ' . ' , , Q , I 4 . ' 8 , Q., . is T ! Co-captains Brennan and Bushman lead the Panthers onto the field. 1 wi 'jillif' , K , - :K K --M .gps ,wif 8 QL' 58, fl K MQ? if I ,, - Q gs, Y 2, A as z A we mi Q A . kffi iq' N., is i A-f ge t f 5' '3 if ' ff 'X 13 - , f' Q., ii L' wi ll' 'f " ll " K M ffl A 5 iwi K ' SQSWQNS " " f ,Q gy f-'fr' i fiat a sm was , -ein me A 1 0"'W' -- L H A V ' li, "QQ: ' I .5-fjixY','yzi - H A1553 'ff--fa 7 K' :Yi L f L, R. aww rs- gs 1 .X , Q I . 4 sail' tar., .. , . ,. i .ek ,Z-is-tram is .. Ax f f W' Hassett secures Tensi's pass while a Cavalier closes in. I66 irifigQIT'SA QQEWONDERFUL WORLD nooks 'FSP 55 .31-X, 'QB x , J' v' "HV '.r. ." , 2' 55, Mike Junlcer, Fullloack Elsaesser receives a little assistance from the West High boys. TAFT TROUNCING TERRIFIC TRIUMPH - RECORD SMASHED IN ANNUAL CLASSIC ELDER I6 - TAFT I2 Elder bounced back into the win column by defeating the Public High School League champions. Taft scored first on an interception which set up an 84 yard drive to dent the Elder end zone. Eleven plays after the ensuing kickoff, Steve Tensi air-mailed a pass to Terry Rogers in the end zone. The third quarter was devoid of scoring, but early in the fourth quarter, tackle Jim King blocked a Taft punt on the Senators' 28. Four plays later, Tensi scored on a bootleg play from ten yards out to provide the winning touchdown. ELDER 112 f WESTERN l-llLLS T4 Elder's 42 points were the highest ever scored by either team and The com- bined total of 56 points set a high vvater mark in the long series between the two rivals. Little Jim Datillo and Mickey Lyhch scored in the first and second quarters respectively, vvhile Maury Bibent held the Mustangs together until halftime. Fullback Mike .lunker collected the third marker on a five yard smash over tackle in the third period. To finish the romp, Tensi went two yards and scored while Larry Tepe bulled the last three yards of a 38 yard drive to widen the margin 36-14. With l6 seconds left in the game, end Jim Hassett passed to Tensi on the final play of the season for the Panthers. George Suder, Halfback "Tiny Tim Bushman" rambles for additional yardage against Chill cothe Eh 2 f""F?4., J -ff... i i PM 8 2 Front row, left to right: R. Hennekes, T. Bushman, T. Brennan, L. Tepe. Second rovv: M. Klusman, J. Cummings, D. Franklin, M, Lynch, A. Egloff. Third rovv: T. Herzog, L. Ratterman, S, Tensi, J. Hassett, J. Forrester, J. Frede. Fourth rovv: J. Baarlaer, K. Lobring, T. Frondort, J. Willet N. Lautenbach, H. Elsaesser, T. Rogers. Fifth row: J. Bertsch, J. Westendort, J. Dattilo, M. Junker, R, Steinbeck, K. Humpert, B. Hester, J. Corcoran. Sixth row: J. Diers, J. Purcell, J. King, T. Wenz, W. Sullivan, L. Reiring, G. Suder, J. Mueller, D. Hendy. Seventh row: J. Menkhaus, A. Weaver, T. Luebloe, W, Reinstatler, M. Quinn, D. Monnig, H, Teetz, D. Zang. First Downs Yards rushing Yards passing Total Yardage Passes attempted Passes completed LEADING TACKLERS Brennan 74 Klusman 51 l68 ELDER 113 2218 1152 3370 185 92 OPP. 85 1-431 697 1228 106 117 Statistics by Ronald Sch merber LEADING GROUND GAINERS Tepe Bushman Junker LEADING Rogers Hassett Willet carries 75 50 57 PASS RECEIVERS carries 29 19 15 yds. 428 404 349 yds. 422 240 198 ave. 5.7 8.1 6.1 ave. 111.5 12.6 18.2 "sm- 1 'T IT'S A WONDERFUL JWORLD OF BOOKS Front Row, D. Schwab, B. Welch, M. Lamberf, J. Kramer, M. Manion, B. Meier, J. Munninghoff, T. Wall, M. Fay, D. Tope, J. Lang, B. Nieman. Second Row, R. Trentman, B. Robbe, B. Kammer, G. Miller, T. DaTTilo, B. Koerner, B. Schutfe, C. Roszell, N. Hahn, T. Bower, J. Mallard, J. Brogan, B. Krummen, J. Hendy, P. Hassett. Third Row, D. Kummler, H. Connelly, A. Dobur, D, Elsaesser, B. Oates, J. Jordan, T. Halloran, D. Schroeder, J. Amon, A. Wagner, G. Schaefer, T. Kiehl, T. Meehan. Fourfh Row, J, Wagner, M. Guefle, F. Caliguri, T. WillwerTh, B. Flohn, W. Klayer, R. Plagge, J. Josephs, B. Reis, J. Dinsmore, B. Albers. 4-1-2 RECORD ELDER O -- PURCELL O PanTher defense looked weak as did The offense. The ball was moved a loT buT noT over The goal.-1 ELDER 20 - ST. X. T11 In opening minuTes of game, boTh Teams scored Twice. The defense Then TighTened up unTil The lasT minuTe when TrenTman Threw a pass To Krammer for The vicTory. ELDER 8 f ROGER BACON 8 This game was enTirely defensive and one of The hardesT The PanThers played. ELDER 24 f ST. X. 8 The Panfhers showed up much beTTer Than in Their firsT encounTer wiTh The Bombers and defeaTed Them by Two TD's. ELDER T11 - PURCELL 6 Elder conTinued iTs winning sTreak by dumping The Cavaliers-This Time for good. ROGER BACON 21 - ELDER 6 Weary from.pasT games, The Purples' defense could noT sfop The end runs of The Bacon SparTans. The resulT was a Two Touchdown defeaf. ELDER 32 e ST. RITA 8 Elder's eleven were Too big and fasf for ST. RiTa's Team. They puT up a hard fighT, buf They could noT move The ball Too well. J. Brogan was The ouTsTand- ing player on The Elder Team. by Jack Kramer I69 it lT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS Front Row, T. Gramke, J. Venernan, A. Gargano, P. Kroth, D. Forte, J. Bockeneck, N. Naber, B. Holtman, T. Schire, R. Thomas. Second Row, J. Kaufholol, T, Mathis, M. Cavanaugh, J. Perzel, D. Borchers, R. Stengar, T. Bazely, B, Cummings, G. Catanzaro, J. Hughes. Third Rovv, J. Barnhorst, T. Currin, P. Wilkymacky, J. Brock, B. Kotz, L. Keiner, D. Hilvert, K. Gold, C. Rizzo, J. Reinstatler. Missing, J. Boland. 'I -6-'I RECORD ROGER BACON ill - ELDER O Spartans downed The Elder yearlings in their first attempt in high school competition. ELDER 6 - ST. XAVIER 6 Elder's first score of The season was The result of an end run made by Ken Gold. The defense held The Bombers to one touchdown and a tie game. PURCELI. 22 - ELDER 8 The Purples' prospects were at Their peak in this game. We were ahead 8-O at The half due To a line buck by Nick Naber. The Purcell boys came back with Three TD's in The second half to vvin. ROGER BACON 211 fELDER O The Spartans handed the Elder freshmen Their Third defeat Through strong pass offense. l70 ST. XAVIER 8 - ELDER O For The Third time This season, the Panthers were held scoreless. The defense is getting stronger, hovv- ever. PURCELL i2 - ELDER 6 Purcell really wanted this game. They got it. MOELLER 36 - ELDER O Elder got vvithin The ten yard line Three Times, but could never push it over. Moeller could. ELDER 24 - McNlCHOl.AS 6 Everything Elder did was right. Too bad They did not do This earlier in The season. by Bill Kotz fWONDERFUL fOF BOOKS Books provide quick minds and alertness to the individual. At Elder, basketball also developes these tac- ulties and instills in the players a spirit of teamwork and co-operation. The l96O-6l varsity wrote their own book in the annals of Elder history. At the start of the season, Coach Ray Dieringer knew he had a good team, but iust how good they were had to be proven. And proven it was. This was a team that featured ag- gressiveness and height, and utilized it to the best of their ability. At the end of the season, every prog- nosticator voted Elder as the top cage team in Ohio. if J LX Ln ..r . an ' 7 V xf I vm? UE 4' '-,VU S -3 n ug, K I If to rxght: Jam Kmg, Stove Tensi, Tom Bicolenharn, Paul K dT Ak 'I961 BASK N N Standing, lei? To right: Tim Heffernan, Fritz Moyer, Don Schmerber LL George Scherer, Andy Egloff, and Tom Buslmmn. ??'Qi , S M KJ -,,w..a K BASKETBALL '61 X uu IT'S A AEWONDERFUL IX" 1 N -,L A OF BOOKS B d nharn goes high for a score against Dunbar as Bushman and Tensi look on. IOR LET TERMEN TOM BUSHMAN STEVE TENS! FRITZ MEYER I Guard Forward Guard I 75 j 1 , 4.r ff "Look out, Rocket. ll ve got '2'. Steve Tensi, ballet star, scores against Roger Bacon. CLASSY PANTHER QUINTET UNDEFEATED Elder 66 - Woodward 37 Action vvas tight in The first quarter of play, and the Bulldogs led by one point ll-lO, at the second quarter. Elder held a half-time bulge, 30-23, and continued domination for The rest of The game. Elder 63 - Taft 44 The next Panther victim was Taft. Elder never took a commanding lead until The fourth quarter when They pulled ahead by lO points. Tom Biedenharn collected 24 points to pace the Panther team. Elder 86 - Colerain 47 After piling up a 22-ll first quarter score, Elder rolled in the second and produced 32 points in the third to humble the Cardinals on Colerain's home court. I76 Elder 91 -!VlcNicholas 68 EIder's height advantage and Apke and lVleyer's sharing of' 47 points startled the Rockets. A fourth quarter splurge helped the Panthers greatly. Elder 67 - Reading 53 As the first half ended Elder held a slim 28-25 lead. However Nlr. Dieringer's squad continued to dominate the statistics in the second half. Elder 82 - Dayton Dunbar 75 Highly touted Dayton Dunbar provided one ofthe best games of the season for the Elder fans. After three hard fought quarters both teams found them- selves deadlocked 58-58. Behind the combined scoring of Apke and Biedenharn Elder managed to pull out victorious. Biedenharn at his best against McNicholas. Fritz fallies two to help the Panther's cause against Dunbar. ELDER COPS FIRST G.C.L. TITLE SINCE '56 Elder 84 -Roger Bacon 68 After checking the Panthers for two quarters, the Spartans tired, giving Elder the win. Elder 75eLima Central 59 Elder thrilled the upstate fans with their amazing passingland shooting and were given worthy praise by Lima papers. Elder 54-West Hi 34 The annual class saw the Panthers humble the Mustangs with superior ball playing and handling. Elder 72 - Purcell 58 Purcell fought but not hard enough as Elder won its tenth straight game. Elder 63 -St. Xavier 59 ln a thrilling come-from-behind game, Elder's last period drive payed off. Elder 89-Roger Bacon 58 Before a capacity crowd at Elder, the Panthers amassed points in all periods to smother the Spartans completely. Elder 70 - Purcell 47 Elder rolled in every quarter and emptied the bench in a run-away victory. Elder 78 -Newport Catholic 72 Leading by 20 points at half time, Elder managed to hold off a late Newport rally. Elder 64 e St. Xavier 52 Although the game was tightly fought the Panthers proved too strong. Elder 77-Aurora 52 Aurora iust didn't have what it Takes. Elder 79-Covington Catholic 57 Elder's first undefeated season in history. I77 THE 1961 RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row, left to right: J. Eclmiston, J. Lauber, T. Rartsick. Back Row, left to right: A. Kammer, P. Weidner, J. Mallard, J. Smith, A. Dattilo I78 RESERVES WIN 137 LOSE 3 Elder 35 - Woodward i8 The Reserves, undefeated in their freshman year, show defensive spark. Elder 35 - Taft 26 Behind at the half, the Panthers recover, led by Kammer's T4 points, iil-4' Elder 55 -Colerain 23 Double figure scoring by Datillo, Kammer, and Smith help to down Cardinals. Elder 22 - McNicholas 19 Elder outlasts the Rockets, scoring only four points in the second half. Elder 39 - Reading 29 After a slow start, the Panthers go ahead thanks to third quarter scoring spree. Elder 42 - Dayton 43 The Reserves dream for another undefeated sea- son is halted by Dayton's fine pressure play in the last quarter. Elder 32 -Roger Bacon 28 Outside shooting of Smith and Datillo give Re- serves their first G.C.L. victory. Elder 42 -Purcell 44 Panthers lose hard fought contest to Cavaliers despite the timely scoring of Smith and Kammer. Elder 41 -West Hi 22 Elder's fine offensive play litterally stomps poor shooting Mustangs. Elder 32-St. Xavier 36 Elder receives second loss of the season from the highly improved Bombers led by Baurnan's scoring. Elder 37 -Roger Bacon 26 After a terrific comeback the Panthers falter to lose in overtime. Elder 39 - Newport Catholic 36 Trailing at the beginning of the third quarter Elder stages comeback to whip the Thoroughbreds. Elder 43 -St. Xavier 12 Seeking revenge over their one-time victors Elder held Xavier.to an all-time scoring low. Elder 45 - Aurora 35 Despite a press by the Red Devils went ahead and held the lead for the entire game. Elder 47- Covington Catholic 29 ln their final game of the season the Panthers found little resistance in racking up their thirteenth and final victory. FRESHMAXI TEAM Row 'l: R. Riestenberg, D, Borchers, F. Welage, R. Kessler, an:l J. Schaiper. Row 2: D. Hilvert, R. Risso, and J. Barnhorst. I79 IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF BOOKS PANTHER'S RULE STATE THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR HOPE TO CAPTURE EIGHTH TITLE IN COMING SEASON The Elder Panthers, Ohio State baseball cham- pions, continued their winning ways in 1961. Twelve players returned from last year's fine team. The all-important pitching department was espec- ially strong with Seniors Bob Metz, Jim Hassett, and Terry Rogers seeing a lot of mound duty this sea- son. They were supported by two Juniors, George Scherer and Tom Frondorf plus Sophomore Butch Kammer. Traditionally, Elder has had fine infields. This year Tom Brennan and Larry Reiring, both returners, bat- tled for the first base iob. Tom Pfliegel, at second base was a returning regular, and Tim l-lefferman was also a fine keystone man. The hot corner was adequately filled by Joe Martini, also a returnee. The shortstop position was up for grabs being va- cated by a fine ballplayer, Jerry Marx. Jim Stanton, who did a fine job of receiving last year, handled the catching. Undoubtedly, the out- field was strengthened by the consistent play of the pitchers. George Suder also played the outfield. The pitching and defense were definitely the strong points. The success of this year's squad hinged on the hitting. Under the guidance of Mr.lRay Dieringer, the current mentor, Elder has won the State Champion- ship three consecutive years from 1958 through 1960. ,, ,., Wm 1 I Q 1961 Hopefuls are: Left to right, George Suder, Terry Rogers, Bob Metz, Joe Martini, Tom Frondorf, Larry Reiringf Jim Hassett, Tom Pfliegel, Tom Brennan, Jim Stanton. I80 E069 WW MF -' W -A '5 M X t 9 . ?' 4 5 M' A .,--' 5 sly 1. 6 bg 1 , J' L C Coach Dieringer and the boys whoop it up in the locker room after downing another foe, Tom Brennan in the locker room after practice. S x'l'f" F Q...-' 5 x"w'v1f5' 2 ' ,f is , ag., 'J K ,LI A , f I fi' me X' X UM 4 M 4,1134 5 ,,,,. . 1 ,L ff ' 7 Y "1 ,4- M .. H" im N fs Q I a , gmt .A , Q-if x Q ' ,ga 7:2 "gui 3 1 Q i f fd t 'vo' .Eng fx.: Av ERZQ M if 'X' WEL, i' M Yi 1 , ix! Q , . fe UM. .. -aqiffybg A, , .aasm:. v3 15375 f ,vw gg? ' e1?:9 i.:ff ff A . Q., af M ,ang .,,. -,51v ,, , 1 5 , whit 'Q y aww U" 6 4. Jim Hassett and Bob Metz show a little of their batting form f' ,,. .If-xhn . XJ nrf 'F7 l8I The Panthers annexed four previous such titles to Q r l -Y"-u-ur sw The T960 Panther squad, left to right are: Bottom Row: Bob Steinbeck, George Suder, "Butch" Bedinghaus, Tim Heffernan, Jerry Luebbers, Larry Reiring, Tom Brennan, Joe Scherer, Russell Poland, Tom Pfliegel. Top Row: "Butch" Kammer, set an unprecedented record of seven state crovvns since 1943. Elder also holds another remarkable record of winning 64 of 65 tournament baseball games. Last year's tournament games were among the most dramatic ever. In the district championship the Panthers soundly trounced Roger Bacon TO-1. Bob Metz pitched superbly and Joe Scherer provided The hitting spark by breaking the game wide open with a home run. l82 PRICE HILL UNDISPUTEE again the Panthers took championships laurels. Elder dovvned Dayton Colonel White in a rain-interrupteo five inning contest 3-l. Second baseman, Tom Pfliegel had a single and a double. Springfield High School was the next victim fall- ing before the Panther surge, 5-l. Bob Metz again fired a one-hitter and was ably supported by some fine fielding. Columbus and the State finals were the next stop for Elder. Terry Rogers, Jim Stanton, Ken Klusman, Bob Metz, Tom Tietmeyer, Tom Frondort, George Scherer, Jerry Marx, Joe Martini. This team won the third straight title in a row, and the seventh State Championship tor Elder High School. On an overcast day and rain soaked field, the Purple pulled out on close one over Massilon 2-l. Metz mowed the Tiger batters down while Jerry Marx, Bob Steinbeck and Butch Bedinghaus sup- plied the power. The State tinal against Lima Senior was played on the same day, Elder squeezing out a 4-3 victory. Bedinghaus pitched his best game of the season. Marx and Steinbeck came up with two big hits to provide the winning margin. The game ended in darkness. The Elder Panthers are always number one in baseball, we only hope they can keep up the habit. .o.-s.,.iT's A ,QWQNDERFUL woRi.n xiii? BOOKS if 3 1 . J , .M Q." NE' an - 1 D 1 E slffa . -nv 9' L lr 21. . f ,., . .ai ' "' X ' 'L' .. . 'Q 'SK-I -" .. XR g 1 . g . If 1 K, s ,wil Q kykk as K Ekk --- . J V L., X . 1,7 ' Q3 ik I L 3 s .mv ' -H " L 1 -.. g g , nr , t. I , f f ,f ., , . H 5 , , X gs .too THE 1961 ELDER TRACK TEAM First Row, left to right: F. Wagner, J. Fiedler, D. Morgan, M. Klusman, l. Teeters. Second Row, left to right: P. Block, M. Halpin, R. Roncker H. Deitsch, M. Pagano, M. Grace. Third Row, left to right: W. Barry, F. Kooymans, R. Niemier, W, Clair, G. Kirchner, J. Hendy. Fourth Row left to right, T. Keihl, A. Zaharieff, J, Sanregret, D. Saloatelli, E. Pitstick. Fifth Row, left to right: W. Meyer, T. Meehan, G. Schaffer, H Moeller, D. Westerkamp, P. Shulz, W. Nieman. Sixth Row, left to right: D. TOFJS, J. IIWSCO, H. Sundefmarl, T. JONES, E. ReiSiI'1ger. NEW COACH GREETS RECORD TRACK TURNOUT The 1961 Elder track team greeted their new X ax A coach, Mr. Richard Loechtenfeldt, with 35 men re- W porting for practice. Among these was Bob Roncker who finished second in the state cross country meet at Columbus last fall and first in the Greater Cin- fQfWORLD cinnati League. Other track men include Jay Munninghoff, Mark Klusman,-and Mike Halpin. 184 -we L....f 118. A streak of light and a hardy "Hi Ho Silver!" A Li R W-0-mn., . "Yey, bud, got a match?" ffl Ohio cross country runner-up, Bob Roncker chalks up another win. im SlHnd g3,A A ,f-,, w4!""' ig for , i.,. X My phi QQ' Q ,eil i wi w ag The track team includes: F. Wagner, G. Kirschner, M. Halpin, F. Kooymans, and E. Pitstick. l85 VWRXSY I 'STS W'Wk'i3."a 253, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' Wray Mr. and Mrs. H. J. SchuH'e Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Edelmann Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gilday Vincenl J. Gilday George P. Miller lPurcell '33l Mr. and Mrs. William Corcoran Arlway Cleaners Fred E. 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Jacob CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF I96I THE ELDER WELFARE ASSOCIATION. Mr. Joseph Ausfing ,,,.,,.. Mr. Ollie Sliens .7..,,,,.,,, Mrs. Mrs Mrs Rev Edgar Edelman , . Edward Sheldon .. .. Edward SI'an'I'on . . Urban J. Slang .,,,s,s, Mr. Ed Wills Mr. Joseph Ries Mr. William Wall Mr. W. E. Corcoran . , Mrs. Francis Schroeder Mr. Ollie Sliens s,,,,s ..., Mr. Joseph King ,,,ss, , L Mrs. Virginia Mulvey . Officers Presidenf . .....s7s,..s..., Vice Presideni' Recording Secrelary , ,,,ss, . Corresponding Secre'I'ary Financial Secrelary A .s., .,..,,.. T reasurer Board of Direcfors Mr. Edward Sfanfon Mr. C. T. Cummings Mr. Francis Schroeder Commillee Chairmen , Program , Membership . . .YVV ,...s,,.. .,,. s,,,,v.,,,,,,Y., P u b licily Refreshmenfs . ,7s,. Delegafe 'Io Ihe FederaI'ion of Calholic P.T.A. There is no reason why every parenl of an Elder sludenl' and every graduaie should nol belong lo lhe Welfare Associalion. Dues SI.00 per year. 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MACKE'S FOOD MARKET 5059 Glenway Ave. Cincinnari 38, Ohio 4490 Harrison Ave., Near Race Choice Meals, Groceries, Beverages We Specialize in Freezer Beef MO I-6I59 Tom SmiI'h ' Bridge Bardua They advise you Bob Hodgeman BuI'ch Kolleck h +0 Pe on The Clarence Dei+c Bm Seibed Iookour for +he Ken Brewer Joe Seher ad' JOSEPH M. ALLEN COMPANY Civil Engineers and Surveyors 5555 Glenway Avenue Cincinnali 38, Ohio HARRY F. PIEPMIER FLORIST II' Pays +o Look Well C. J. WOLFER Off Harrison Pike WA I-98I2 MO I3475 4028 Glenway Avenue "Kodak Color Processing" PRICE HILL CAMERA SHOP 4425 Glenway Ave. Cincinnaii 5, Ohio WA I-004I WISEMAN'S PHARMACY 2073 Harrison Avenue Phone: MO I-I753 Cincinna'I'i, Ohio FAT SAM BURGER CHRIS ERHART 4403 Glenway Avenue FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. Jumbo Hamburger I237 wee 6+h s+ree+ 25C Cincinnari 3, Ohio Phone Your Order BL I-4242 CH I-6550 MOELLER'S GRILL 8. PONY Kee BERT JUNG'S 530: Glenway WA I-9628 PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Home-Made Chili and Tur+Ie Soup MO I-5044 Free Parking Take-Home Beverages 5838 Glenway Avenue 0 Cincinnari, Ohio ST. LAWRENCE DRY CLEANERS 3652 Warsaw Avenue GR I-I3I2 2-Hour Service If Desired 2 Day Pick-Up and Delivery Phone MAin I-I788 TRI-STATE MUSIC COMPANY Experi' Repairing of Band and Orchesrra Ins'Irumen'I's Music-Ins'I'rumenI's-Accessories I52 W. Fifrh Sfreef, Cincinnafi 2, Ohio 1-K THE CLASS OF CLOWNS ' w YIIHFHMMV , O f A mv 'I-C WAS ALWAYS BEHIND THE 8-BALL WITH FR. HAS 207 LUEBBE SHOE STORE SI. Lawrence Corner Cincinnari 5, Ohio DISSINGER'S MOBIL SERVICE 4272 Harrison Avenue MOnIana I-9706 Cincinna'Ii II, Ohio Save ai' FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSN. 330I Warsaw Ave. WA I-687I HARRY MEYER 81 SONS Joseph A. Meyer FUNERAL HOME 4989 GIenway Ave. Opp. Covedale Theafre WA I-4I44 Jim Schwab ECI Kreme' They advise you Barry S'I'oII Ron Monnig 1- b -H-I Dave Wagner O e on e Gerry Bachman I k 1- -f -H1 Ed McAIIis'I'er oo Ou or e Mike Flanigan ad. Tim Schoeny F. P. SCHNEIDER 8: SON PainI'ing and Decoraring I522 Manss Avenue WA I-8808 THE BALTIMORE AVENUE LOAN AND BUILDING CO. We Pay 4If2'X, I854 Balfimore Avenue Mee'I's Every Thursday 3 P.M. Io 8:30 P.M. SONTAG'S DRY CLEANERS 3006 Harrison Avenue COmpIIm6h'IS MO I-3230 of a Friend DIAMONDS WATCHES "Gi'H's 'For AII Occasions" SELHORST BROS 'irQ5?9.f" I J- C' HOCKETT CO- DRIVE IN FLomsT JEWELERS I5 'FIT CH 99I Neeb Rd. 3633 Harrison Avenue Q, Near me Counhy Club EDWARD MEIER, Manager MO I-25I5 WI I-I320 DELHI HILLS 208 6 HZ! T 2 T x T 7 1,1,, , 5 NM L :Q ,. 9 5 TZ f ' .. 'ylv ,f 1 if Q1 n 0 x ,A THE STUDYING OF THE BOYS OF 2-F DIDN'T END AT THE CLOSE OF THE SCHOOL DAY 1 QA X 5 CE 3-PS ACTIVE cLAss oFFERs T CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS 209 2I0 THE BOYS OF 3-D ALWAYS ENJOYED FATHER CALME'S LECTURES Q, Bi Of THE HAPPY-GO-LUCKY BOYS OF 1-G SALUTE THE SENIORS OF '61 AGO' Compliments of THE PROVIDENT BANK HELM'S EXPRESS INC. PO I -2600 Mr DELUXE APARTMENTS Renlals S80 'ro 587.50 "' One Bedroom Only "' Air Condilioned "' Carpeled and Quiel "' Equipped Kilchens "' Equipped Laundries Plus a Brand New Swimming Pool Before Renling Any Aparlmenl You Musl See These CAM VIC CORPORATION Mo 2-0459 Mo 1-4905 MARTINI BROS TEXACO 6449 Glenway Avenue MO 2-3437 Bralce Work Tune-Ups Minor Repairs Road Service ""....."--"-'E Cz, THE PHYS-ED CHAMPS OF 2-K SALUTE THE SENIORS O th x iw ' 8 fi Um 1-A THE ADVANCED COURSE IS REALLY GREAT? JAMES W. BORCHERDING GERALD P. BRAUNSTEIN THOMAS W. BRENNAN LAWRENCE A. BROSS JOHN R. DIERS WILLIAM A. EISENECHER ROBERT J. ENGELHARDT THOMAS R. ESPELAGE ROGER A. ESSEN DAVID J. FITZGIBBON ROBERT G. FOSNOT JAMES L. FULLER ALBERT W. GARBETT "WAR, . i 'EZ M.wx:ff'.- - in f I WM, T 'f f F ' 'ga , vikull of Z9onur ,I 1 ' 'I A .. - . .QL wi DAVID G. HESSDOERFER NEIL R. HILGEFORT ROBERT M. HUTH RICHARD L. JONES JAMES A. KAESER THOMAS J. KELLER JOHN D. KELLY JOHN W. KOHLS DANIEL D. KRIEMER MICHAEL P. LYNCH E. PAUL MINNING TIMOTHY W. NEIHEISEL JOHN A. NEYER THOMAS J. O'BRIEN PETER M. REBOLD ROBERT J. RONCKERS LAWRENCE J. SCHEIDT FRANCIS GILES SCHRODER DONALD W. SCHUERMAN JAMES J. STANTON JEROME R. STEINKER THOMAS C. TREINEN HOWARD F. VOIGT JOHN P. WESTENDORF DONALD P. WURTZ RONALD J. WURTZ Q5 digs is ? 9 3 KD I X-2 , THE DILIGENT BOYS OF 1-H PAUSE FOR A PICTURE 3 3-B LOOKS FORWARD TO THE SENIOR YEAR 1, 113552 ,, 5- '?f3f9175 - ' Q 1 K S K 5. J' A L. 1-F's WISE GUYS CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF '61 'B , MQ L+ N ,LL 2l5 NAME NICKNAMES LIKES DISLIKES AMBITION BOB ACHILE, Bob-Bob, Beautiful Girls, Chicken Legs, Teenage Slob . . . JOE BARRLAER, Barley, Sports, Excessive Homework, Typesetter . . . RAY BODY, Pee Wee, Sports, U.S. History, Lawyer . . . MIKE BRADY, Mick, Sports, Physics, Graduate from College . . . MIKE BRINKER, Mike, Girls, Algebra, Bookie . . . DON BUCHANAN, Buck, Girls, Pascal, Newton Ect., Make Money . . . JAY BUCHERT, Jake, D.T.P.O., 24's, Sand Spreader. . .JIM CAFEO, .lim,l4-k, Frances S., Pass Eng- lish ...WAYNE CHAPMAN, Chip, Basketball, Elgin Baylor, Pass Physics . . . BILL CLYDE, Bill, Girls, Ron H., Be a Lover. . .JIM CROSS, Nuts, Phylliss Hinton, School, Brick Layer . . . DEN DALY, Spark, M.A. 84 Sports, School, Flier . . . RICHARD'EARLY, Dick, Opposite sex, School in general, Bug this Joint . . . ANTHONY EDELMAN, Tony, Girls, Fr. Bertke, Get out of school . . . CHARLES EDRICH, Charlie, Girls, Algebra, Accountant . . . RAY HAFNER, Ray, 36-QI-36, Franny, Bachelor . . . HUGO HAMBERGER, Butch, Sports Cars SQ Girls, Hangovers, Play Boy . . . CHARLES HUTH, Charlie, Sports, Fr. Bertke, Teacher . . . LOUIS JANSON, Louie, Skeet shoot- ing, Girls, Get a driver's License . . . KIRK LOBRING, Lob, Free days, Homework, Loafer . . . CHARLES PETERS, Pete, To Pass, Homework, Pilot. . . DANIEL PETRUCKY, Dan, Cars, English, To Pass . . . JOHN POHLMEYER, Polecamp, Girls, Possum, Millionaire . . . JAMES PURCELL, Jim, Sports, Homework, Go to College . . . ROBERT RIPLEY, Rip, Sports, English, Millionaire . . . JAMES SCHULTER, Slim, Dayton Flyers, Possum, likethe "Dorf" . . . TOM STOCK, Tom, Free Days, Homework, Get a Job . . . BOB GASDORF, Mickey, Cheese, School, Get out of school. f 3 CLA55 Q, I CD f A 0 0 5 , my W . , W , 'W . X 5 5, I 1 A saw ' Q11-S ' W-5 S , il - 1 ' E. 45Qz1.-v.- , ..f ...Wwe-..,-Q X L if Wfra-A ff X QE 3? ' il? , 3 avi i Q W sk 5 -nf 1 if 1 ' . zf K f 2 sf-s.'rf'x"'w NAME LIKES DISLIKES AMBITIONS l T. AUSTING, WCIN, Heat, Live in Alaska . . . B. BECK, Bowling, Solid Geometry, Be a success . . . J. BERTSCH, Week ends, Greasers, President . . . J. BOCKENSTETTE Funl, Red Hair, Be a Playboy . . . G. BODE, Beer, Solid Geometry, Beer-taster . . . D. BUELTERMAN, Civics, Fr. Klug's Test, What is an ambition . . . B. BUELTERMAN Fun, Civics, Be a success . . . J. DICKMAN, Fun, Greasers, Engineer . . . D. DOER- FLElN, 51' Chev., Mon. Morning, Get a diploma . . . J. DRIGGERS, Fishing, Book- keeping, Get a College Diploma . . . H. ELSAESSER, Civics, Boko, To Graduate . . . D. FISCHESSER, School, Harry 84 Sid, To have ambition . . . T. KNOPP, Good-times, l Beer, Full race Corvette . . . M. GEHRING, Rum, 81 Squirt, Roach, King . . . J. i POWELL, 51' Buicks, Silly Rabbits, Graduate . . . G. HAUSMAN, Week ends, Bowling, College Education . . . P. LlPPS, Seton, Greasers, Entertainer . . . E. PIT- , STICK, Chevs, Civics, To Graduate . . . R. SCHERER, Olds, Raty Cars, To Graduate . . . D. RICKERT, Mice, Fags, Own a brewery . . . C. RENNEKER, Whiskey, Beer, Millionaire . . . L. RATERMAN, Hams, Civics, Go to College . . . R. PLAGGE, Week- ends, Civics, Go to college . . . J. LYNN, vacations, Civics, To be a success . . . R. MATHEWS, Girls, Civics, Big Wheel . . . T. SPITZMUELLER, Everything but Civics, Nothing but Civics, Pass Civics . . . J. SCHOLLE, Pat, Civics, Graduate . . . K. GOETTKE, Night before, Day after the night before, Bartender . . . B. HERMAN, Girls, Quiet Girls, Bachelor . . . T. HEYOB, lrnpalas, No Money, First man on Mars . . . J. DORAN, Girls, Fr. Bertke, Dance instructor . . . K. HUMPERT, Sandy, Hang- overs, Millionaire. ZI9 , , ,, ,gy f .,,, L - . I . k XQQYJ W7 l 2 f fx 'M u " ,QW gill Hvaagviyz Dfw in Q,.H gvpngkpgz, 55357 , , Q?y"y3Jf1f fwwiwfygw fl'M !5f77w! My sybian 5W"'7 AL DENHART CANDIES Wholesale Disfribuiors Candies Cigareifes and Sundries PRICE AVE. SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY 3 I08 Price Avenue Cincinnafi IO, Ohio CHerry I-6328 Feaiuflng Frigidaire Washers and Dryers ROI'IE'S RONNIE'S BAKERY Complele Prescriplion Ronnie Whalen- PTOP- Specializing in Birlhday and Wedding Cakes Harrison and Glenmore Chevioi' MO I-0480 Open Daily 6 'ro 6-Friday 'Till II "Buffer Makes 'Ihe Difference" 4025 Race Road MO I-7869 KUNKEL AUTO REPAIR I565 Harrison Ave. Clarence Kunkel, Prop. A. J. WINDHOLTZ 5604 Rapid Run Road Large Scale Ecavafing Land Clearing and Grading Service Lake and Road Building-Tree Removal WA I-7670 Phone: GR I-8900 Paul Block , THE J. T. Run-:ER 8. soN's 255 Qjgggj T"eY aC""Se You DAIRY CO. Don OHen +o be on Ihe J' M d' Grade A Dairy producfs BR Dsernrlizn Iookoul 'FOI' 'I'l'l6 Jlm Kenkel Cincinnafi 23, Ohio KI I-0969 Ned Laufenbach ad. Mike Quinn THE ANTONIO SAVINGS 81 LOAN CO. "The Courfesy Corners" HART PHARMACY 486I Glenway Offers Complele Home Financing Insured Savings Phone: GR I-I605 1132 vine S+. ssoo Harrison Ra. Cincinnafi, Ohio Findlay Markefl IA? Race Rd.I PHILIP F. REMMEL CO. 3537 Epley Road Cincinnali 39, Ohio BILL BROS. PAINTS WALLPAPER 20I9 Ferguson Rd. RAY BILL '39 FRANK BILL '30 SHRIVER'S DRUG STORE Daily 9 A.M.-l0:30 P.M. Sunday 9 A.M.--2 P.M. 4905 Glenway Avenue GR I-432I Free Prompl Delivery Regislered Pharmacisl on Duiy al All Times Mofor Tune-Brake Work-Slarfer and Generafor GENERAL REPAIRING Tires - Bafferies - Accessories BOB 81 CHIC'S SERVICE ROBERT HOCTOR CHARLES KECK Slandard Oil Producls Phone PArkway I-9734 7+h and Plum Sireeis 22' THE UNDERCLASSMEN SALUTE THE WM? OF 4-D CLASS NAL NATIO 5' I 'xxx X U0 0 0 U! 3' I LU wif I I-Om u.l'l OE: 330 .'-rwgw, 434 I-05 Sz "'0 I dlNSUl0b', Km L Q - -' 1 N 2 ff- 5 u v S5 , 223 Dffo? "' 2. , WBQELUEU 'QKMAJ W KM W3 Hwmmw mg ij in EMM?-Q-5 WW Q , ,b ywwmywgfwfiyifwkg Rfk? .' oe I ,Q wk QS. . Wi' 6' r,, gl J ' Q4- .Qb gigs Q. 5. J ru s H QQ V5 A.--4 N . I 4-F AN ALL , x AMERICAN CLASS Q ajplx.. X 225 A SALUTE TO THE GRADUATES OF '61 FROM 4-D 4-G GREAT GORGEOUS GRADUATING GLADIATORS NAME LIKES DISLIKES AMBITIONS LARRY FAETH, Sports, Study, To succeed . . . JACK GODFREY, Civics, School, Tax Collector . . . JIM HASSETT, A+IR, Parties, Nuclear physicist . . . TIM HAYES, Femininity, School, teacher . . . MARK HEAVEY, money, svveetguys, to be skinny . . . DAVE HENDY, food, beer, engineer . . . KEN JOSTWORTH, music Metrecal, school teacher . . . THOMAS KING, 58' Ford Wagons, .live A's, cool daddy . . . DOUG KROGER, fair lassies, unfair lassies, be "hard guy" . . . Lusty Luckey, '54 Plymouth pictures, dinkleberied '51 Merc., ovvn a harem . . . TOM McGRATH, K.Y., little bitty vvomen, marry a rich widow . . . DON McKINNEY sports cars, Fords, own a 3OOSL . . . ROCK MILLER, Plymouths, Yankees, professional Rebel . . . HARRY MOELLER, Roadsters, School, Beatnik . . . BUD MOLIQUE, Chevs, School, vvealthy Bum . . . MO MULCAHY, 46 Chev's, cops, Play-boy . . . "Pflieg," Electric Egg-Beaters, Frankfurters, Architect . . . TERRY ROWEKAMP, Nazis 84 Hydrox, Cigarette Moochers, Perfect Kangaroo Hop . . . BILL SAUPE, AV-I-4261, Go Cad- Converts, Camel Driver . . . TIM SHELDON, Broken Dovvn '49 Fords, Rumming '49 Fords, Junk man . . . TED SCHAAF, What do all boys like, Trig, Bum . . . LEO SCHOENUNG, Girls, TV Commercials, To have a beer belly . . . RONALD SCHMER- BER, Somebody, C. Marvin Smith, To be nasty . . . DONALD SCHMERBER, Nobody, Nobody, Nobody . . . BILL SCHMIDT, Nothing Everything None . . . CHARLES SCHNEIDER, U.C., Myself, Accountant . . . TOM WELSH, Beer, Civics, Interior Decorator . . . FRANK UMBERG, Alcohol, Nite School, Retire Young . . . CLIFFORD SMITH, good grades, The other kind, Millionaire . . . STREICHER, MARY LOUISE, School, Good Father . . . JOE SETTERS, Vice CJ.T.I Virtue, Live Rich, die poor . , . TOM SCHWARBER, Himself, Hassett, To be Queen for a day . . . TOM TROMEY, Slick Chicks, Hangovers, Beatnick . . . CLARK WILLS, Beer, Chemistry, Be a problem drinker . . . AL WITT, "Four Roses", Water, Be Sober . . . CLIF WOLLERING, Wine, Solid, Own a Night Club. WESTERN BOWL, INC. 6383 Glenway Avenue Cincinnafi II, Ohio MO 2-2222 WorId's Mosi' Luxurious House of Bowling 48 Brunswick Aufomafic PinspoH'ers 2 Cockfail Lounges Coffee Shop, Nursery Complime-n+S of Complimenfs of HILLE LUMBER COMPANY A NEIGHBOR COVEDALE THEATER 5TUMP'5 CAFE The Besi' 'For Family Enferrainmeni' 5536 Ejggffgyqnl Road HERE I 2 IC 0 Q Q 0 I ' L cl IT I I O I0 The PlP3tCS ln the World Serles IS - THE ' John E. Kennedy in the Nov. 8 Election 3A L AD .xdncl Wow . . . Q ' 3A as the BEST Class, Barring None In J UO Q WM 19:07 7 yifvdwff 4u,z0,,,,,,Q,,, H-WJAM mawwf-JN fffwwfowfzw EUMMM My MW fwfwffgy MW my wwf cizwmww wZWwJ ay Serving The fellows of Elder High 'For lhe pasl eleven years, wi+l1 'lhe clorhes +l1ey like +o wear, siylecl +o Hweir +as're, fil' 'ro +l1eir needs, and always apprecialing l'l1eir pa- lronage. Bob Sleinbeck and Tom Herzog show Jane? Osferfag fheir clofhing seleclions. I I . . . Suburban Disl'inc+ion for Men WESTERN HILLS PLAZA EARL J. HILVERS CATERING Mu I-2I35 1 WW Q' ',,,..-v' kwf , ww ,Nqr H4 Q, e,f. 1 agfzlsli Our Cusiomers Are ihe Fines+ People in +he World r - --- --- - ENTRANCE Q lxwub Lv E '- , V ,,:' .. ' :.VE L I H I E' A E h kai A - " f' H f ' , I A ' ' fi sig ,Ii FF cLEIluAv Avenue.. 1 . ,.. , W,.,4,gg21ffgg:,,,. 232 ,wi PHILIPPS SWIMMING POOL 5245 GLENWAY AVE. 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