Fenwick High School - Blackfriars Yearbook (Oak Park, IL)
- Class of 1946
Page 1 of 152
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1946 volume:
HIS IS FENWICK os English Poet Oliver Goldsmith 1728-
1774 m'ght ho e visuol' ed it The Deseted School '
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We ol Amernca lwaye rnuclw to be trarklul to ljew natlon o people lwaye
been GQ fortunate as ourselyeq duruna tlne crtsls ol tbe lat few year lt waq rnalnly
because ol our t ust as a nation In God and l-lr Dunne l3royl en e tlwat we were
pared lrorn lwe lurtlwer ey ls ol war
We of Chicago lwaye rrucb to be tnanklul lor Tlw atlwolt ol tlmf areat ctty
raye gauned world renown lo tlweur deyotnon to tnetr Faltlw and tlweur practuce
ol tlwat l'attl't Arcl God n bln oodneb lwas made proyuslon lor our lurtlter en
ltantenment by bestowtna upon us tlwe blemng ol a ood ana land leader llwus
areat leader wah lwonoreo during l946 by lus ele tuon to tlte ranl4 ol Prince of
tlwe lturclw wlwen pope Dru Yll created tlwlrty two new ardtrat lor tn College
wno e fupport to lt n otr leader ana p :tual lwa prom
ti wut t eQe oJ tn our lwea t tbat we ne e lwurrtbly and re pect u
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Fenwrclf lwas Jus concluded a banner year rn nts lwrstory lts 908 enrollment
was an all trme record llwe swrmmrng team wallced away wrtlw Its fou teentl'
Catfwolrc League swrmmrng cfwampronsfwro lts newspaper captured rts tlwlrteentfw
All Catfwolrc award t tlwrrteentln All Amerrcan award and stepped up one by
taking tfwe Columbra Scfwola tuc press Assocratron frst fronors award
lts students donated lwundreds of dollars to tlwe ard of tlwe war strlcxen of Europe
An Army type transmrtter started tlwe foundation of Fenwrclcs second amateur
transmrttrng statron recerved by tfwe Radro Cl b lfre Debatrng Unron clwallced
p an unusually successful re ord altlwouglr frandrcapped y fravrng only one
lts Alumni presented two dances a brngo party and a banquet for tlwe baslcet
ball and swrmmrng teams lfwe band sponsored tlwe largest concert IU Its lnnstory
rt entered a natronal contest flue drive for fenwrclcs long planned addrtlon
entered rts frnal plwase lfwe Dramatrc Gurld presented a five day extravaganza
tlne biggest and best since Fenwrclc was founded Amateur Nrgfrt attained a
But of all tlwese records one IS outstandrng lrampllng over all rts opponents
but Saint lgnatlus co CGfl1OlIC League clnamps tlwe Friar footballers were acclaimed
Chicago Football co cfwamprons for 7946 Honors of tlwrs quantrty and qualuty do
not come often to a scfwool Truly wlwen tlwe class of 7946 leaves Fenwrclc wrll
be a deserted scfuool
ln tfwrs vern a deserted sclwool Blaclcfrrars 1946 presents nts tlneme wrtfm apologies
to Qlrver Goldsmrtlws poem llwe Deserted Vrllage
Sixteen years of devotron to Fenwrclc M55
by thus man has gamed for Fenwrck the V901 not
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Servers' Club page ninety-four
REV WALTER D VAN ROOY OP MA
Prlnclpol of Fenwlclc l-llglw School
A mon severe he was
And stern to vlew
l lcnew lum well
And every student too
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REVEREND BENJAMIN B MYERS O P S T Lr Ed M
French Speech Dlrector of Studies
Full well the busy whisper
conveyed the dlsmel tudmgs
When he frowned
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Lotm Dlrector of DISCIDIIFIG
Well had the bodmg tremblers
Learned to trace
The day s dlsoster
In his mornmg face
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The students owed his skull
For even though 'scused,
He could jug them stall
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mann corrndor of The Deserted
School three men may be
seen ln these three the drrec
hon of that school rs entrusted
Father Walter D Van
Rooy s smnlrng pmch nose
glasses hrghlrghted face has
more than once been scrutm
ized by cl student who may be
enterlng or leavnng Fenwick
To the rrght Father Muchael
T NlcNncholas drsclpllnarlan
keeps all hrs rug records ln the
offuce rn front of Father Ben
ramln B Myers director of
studies below While Father
McNlcholas rs consrdered a
good man to stay away from
Father Myers as supposed to
be a good one to get ac
quarnted wrth lor he keeps
the gradmg records
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Skilled to rule
Here in the noisy mansion
Here In the Nolsy Mansion
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Very Reverend Gordon F Walter
OP LLM BA busrness aw
sociology economnc geography
speech and relrgron Moderator tron
of the Fathers Club
The vrllage lrrars taught their
OP MA Amerrcan hnstory mod BA algebra geometry trugonom
ern hrstory and algebra Acting etry and speech Moderator of
moderator ofthe Mothers Club publrc spealcrng and the Debatrng
Reverend Victor S Feltrop OP Reverend Robert I Tucker
M A Latrn German and speech B A BS physrcs m chamcaldraw
Moderator of the Alumm Assocra rn
MA relngron, economrcs crvrcs
Moderator of the Class of 1947
cafeteria manager and Amateur
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Reverend Anselm M. Townsend, Reverend George G. Conway, OP., Reverend john D. Malone, QP.,
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Reverend Cl1arlesA Carosella OP Reverend john A Srmones OP Reverend ames W Regan OP
Ed M Spamsh Moderator of the B A Latin Moderator of th Bawd M A relrgnon
Class of1948 and the cheerleaders an founder of the Glee Club
Reverend Cyril M Fisher O P
M A chemxstry and general scnence
Moderator ofthe Abertmum Scrence
Reverend Edward C Lrllle O P
M A Ed M Enghsh and relrglon
Moderator of the Camera Club ad
vrser ofthe Publlclty Club and ed tor
of The Domnmcan Bulletm
Reverend Edward M McGowan
OP MS algebra and geometry
Yet kind they were,
Or if severe in aught,
'l'l1e love tl'1ey bore to leamlng
Was at fault
Reverend Albert B Nreser OP Reverend Thomas A Dymelc OP
M A world lustory and re :gran B A Engllsh and relngron Moder
ator of the Class of 1946 and ad
vxser of Blaclclrrars
Reverend Edward M Robinson
O P M S geometry and algebra
Eougder and moderator ofthe Radro
Reverend ,ohn N Morgenthaler Reverend Damlan D Smith OP
O P B A latnn Drrector of Ath B A Englnslw journalrsm and re
etrcs lugron Advrser of The Wrclc
Reverend amesfvl Dempsey OP
BA Englrsh relrgron and speech
Moderator of the Blaclcfruars Dra
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Reverend Martin M. Scannell, OP., Reverend Edward T. Lawton, OP., Reverend Richard F. Larcher, OP.,
B.A. Religion and world history. B.A general science and religion ST Lr B A algebra and geofnetry
Moderator of the Sea S outs and Assistant director of discipline
assistant mod rotor of the Band
Reverend Wayne E Conley OP Reverend ohn A Henry OP R verend Ch ster A Myers OP
Assistant director of athletics Moderator ofthe Servers Club and of 1949 and assistant moderator of
assistant director of religious ac the Debating Union
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B.A., English, speech, and religion. Ph.B., B.A., English and religion. B.A., Latin. Moderator or the Class
Reverend Thomas C Donlan OP Reverend Francisco Sadaba Morin Reverend VrncentF Lux O
STLr BA rellgron Dlrector of OP STLr Spomsh Moderator School Procurator
erator of the Glee Club
Reverend osephL Donahue C SV Reverend hn C Pursrs C S V Brother Robert Schoffman C S V
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To Fill the vacancy left
by Father Kelleher, Father
Thomas G. Kinsella came
to Fenwick September,
1943, from the Dominican
House of Studies in River
Forest. Upon his arrival,
he took over the position
as Superior ol the Domin-
ican Fathers at Fenwick.
Father Kinsella was for-
mer Master ol the Pro-
lessed Students at the
River Forest l-louse ol
Studies. Previous to this,
he taught at Providence
As Prior Father has
numerous tasks l-le takes
care ol everything that
goes on at the Pirory
sid e s wh
preaches regularly and
occasionally takes over
Brother Mannes Urbanc Brother Conrad Cassidy Brother HenrY Denlef Brother Th0m0S Mflffm
O P director of school O P faculty house main O P faculty house main O P Faculty house main
maintenance Uransferred tenance duty tenance duty tenance duty
to Saint Pius Parish Chi
cago in Marchj
b e ' ich he
the duties ol teacher.
Full well they laughed
ln counterle-:ted way
At all the Frmars jolfes
For many a jolce had they
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Champronshups galore and o record studded wutr e s I the herrtaae
class of 46 leaves Its young r brethren at Fenwr li
From the hrst moment that they entered tnese hallowed halls they started settrn
records and malcrng themselves heard rrght olona wrth the otner classes ln he
scrap drnve they turned an an average of QO 8 pounds per man to help Fenwnck
wan over tts Archdrocesan opponents Later in the year they recenved a total ol
47 numerals lor freshman lootball They lasted ll of their number on the hrst serle
l-lonorable fvlentlon and then proceeded to Increase It series alter serues
As ophomores they dlsplayed theur drgnuty wrth the and al the Immortal Belnnda
a huge rag doll designed and stulled by Father Thomas A Dymelr class moderator
VVhen they returned the next year o llttle more settled as junlors twey began
to specialize In thelr chosen actrvntues ln football they turned out such fellows
as Brown Martrn the Duchons and Crowley And It was these some ones who
handled boslcetball too lhen there was Endre IU debatr a, Darley Cantu and
Dunne IO swrmmung l-lart nn journolnsm
lt was the sensors who helped bnng IU the swrmmlng and debatung trophues
But tne most gloruous of all twelr explouts was on that never to be forgotten Sat
u day ID December when with practlcally an all enlor team they won lorFenw1clc
Chl ago Clty Football Championship
And now that its all over the class ol 46 can loolc baclr on th lf four years a
Fenvvlclr and honestly say that they were o splendid succe
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Sensor oPhcers are left to rught Wrllram Dunn presrdent oseph Bldwnll vrce preslclent
Rrchard Jordan treasurer and ack Walsh secretary Father Thomas A Dymelc rrght IS
GERALD M AAMODT
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Boxing 'I Q War Bond Drnve Q
JOHN M BICAN
Ban I Q 3 4 WrclcI 3 4 Camera
Club Secretary3 4 BoxrngI Amateur
Nrght Committee 3 Glee Club 1
Carpentry Gurld 3 National Honor
Football'I Q 3 4 lntramurals'I Q 3 4
Drive 3 Wlclc 'I 3 4 Blackfrlars 4
Scrap Drlve Q Publucnty Club 4
JOSEPH E BIDWILL
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ROBERT T BERSELL
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ROBERT P BRENNAN
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Track 1 9 3 4 Confraternrty Offrcer
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Amateur Nught Committee 3 Black
Irnars 3 Boxrng Q The Wrck 3 Camera
JOHN M BRODERICK
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Freshman Intramurals 1 Q 3 4
Amateur Nnght Cornmuttee 3 Scrap
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JOHN M CONSIDINE
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Boxing 1 Q 3 The Freshman
COLEMAN R CARON
Class President 1 Class Vnce Presldent
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Boxung Q Confraternlty Offrcer 4
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New World Drive 4
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JUSTIN A CARON
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Prom Committee Scrap Druve Q Black
JOHN P COYNNY
The Freshman Football 1 Q Boxing 1
Q 3 Intramurals 1 SZ rap Drive Q
lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Amat ur Nnght 3
Bloclafrlars 4 Boxnng 4
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THOMAS F CUMMINS
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Boxing 'I Track 'I 2 Class Olfrcer 3
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Wlck 3 Sports Editor 4 Blaclcfrnars 3 Intramurals Q 3 murals I 3 4
Editor In Chief 4 Swnmmnnq 'I Q Cap fratermty 2 Amateur Naght Committee
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THOMAS V DAVY
Server S Club 3 4 Track 3 Boxing 3
Racllo Club 4 Intramurals 3
Amateur Nnght Committee 3 Basketball
ROBERT L DUNNE
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IOHN j DOUGHERTY
Fenwnck 3 4 Amateur NlghtCommnttee
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WILLIAM I DUNN
Football 1 Q 3 4 BasketbaII1 Track
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Dramatlc Guild 3 4
Amateur Nlaht Committee 3 Boxmg 1
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Dance Committee Q 3 Chalrman 4
IntramuraIs1 9 3 4
Sympossum 3 Servers Club 3
WILLIAM K FRANTA
Amateur Nught Committee 3 Swlmmnng
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WILLIAM P GOEDERT
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Fenwnclc 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Servers
DEEN E HOLLAND
Amateur Nnght Commttee 3
Boxnng'1 9 3 Manag r'I I2adloCub
FRANCIS E HIGGINS
Intramurals'I Q 3 4 Boxnng1 Q
FRANK E HUBER
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HERBERT M HART
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Chief 4 Blaclcfrlars Assoclate Edvtor 4
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man Advuser 4 Carpentry Gulld 3
Radio Club 4 Dramatlc Guild 3 4
Amateur Night Commlttee 3 Camera
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RICHARD T SIKES
The WickI 3 4 Football 'I Dramatic
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JOHN M STEVENS
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Shuffling through the halls of Fenwick early in September of 1943 Q50 hopeful
boys fresh from grammar school were preparing to talce their placement exams
Now three years later these same greenies have blazed a trail long to be
remembered at Fenwick
Starting out on the right foot the classes freshman footballers completed a
tough s ven game football schedule without a loss giving up only three touchdowns
n this team were such players as Charles Fo Franlc Consago Bill Moore a d
aclt Wilson who were to help capture the city title for Fenwiclc two years later
l.ate in November of its freshman year the class chose its leaders as it elected
Charles Fox president an honor he held in his sophomore year also This year
the class elected Bill Moore to the office ln the sophomore year fox was ap
point d head of the unior divisio of the Saint Thomas Confraternity
ln the sophomore year the class had one of the best plungers in the city l-larold
Abbinatti the fullbaclc who helped the team win the North Section Title They
also had two hardy souls ohn Ryan and Bert l-lanlc who hilced to Soldier Feld
before the Catholic league title bout with Weber They toolc a bus home
Now as juniors the class has three members who did a major share of winning
weight baslcetball squad Bob Piclcell Tom McElroy and Charley Fox represent
the class while Don Gibson represents it on the lights Bill f-larlc Wally Whalen,
Don Georgen Bob Dell aclc Anderson and im McMahon are leading mermen
The class of 47 is also well represented on the debating team by first stringers
Franlc Munger, im Wolfe and l.oJis Duerinclc wwile the junior Wiclc staff is headed
by Franlc Munger editor and George Doherty and Bill l-larl4 associate editors
and is composed almost entirely of juniors
Along with these achievements the junior religion class of Father D Malone
put on the most successful Amateur Night ever held at Fenwick, netting S381 for
Ed Van Ness president of the Albertinum Science Club and Cueorge Doherty
Servers Club prexy represent the class in these activities while Bill Kennedy
Camera Club vice president is class representative there
ohn McEnery aclq Linden and Larry Gabriel sea scout crew leaders are
class representatives in the Sea Scout ship while Bill l'larlc and Franlc are fre
quent occupants of the Honor Roll
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jumor class officers Ieft to roght Robert RscI4eII secretary Eatherj D Malone moderator
Wullsam Moore presldent and Thomas Zarcone treasurer Absent joseph Rlgall vrce presadent
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CORDA COYNE CRUTTENDEN CZERWINSKI DAN
2nd Row GEORGE ROGER ROBERT JOHN FREDERICK
DOHERTY DONAHUE D ONOFRIO DOODY DOWNEY
J MORGAN FLAHERTY
Top Row JOHN GEORGE CHARLES JOHN JAMES FREDERICK RONALD
HESTER HIMES HINNI HOLLOWED HOUGH ISLING JABLONSKI
Qnd Row HOWARD EDWARD WILLIAM J WILLIAM M JAMES GROVER RICHARD
JONES JOVE JORDAN JORDAN KEANE KEHOE KENNEDY
RICHARD O CONNOR
JOHN O DONNELL
WILLIAM O HARE
CHARLES O LALIGHLIN
JOHN O HARA
JOSEPH O BRIEN
JOHN O BRIEN
E HOBAN TAYLOR
EDWARD VAN NESS
LEO VAN DRASEK
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A Sophomore rushes In Where Angels fear to tread and takes hrs pen ID
When we answered our first roll call as Freshmen we were awkward frrght
ened and l am afrasd dumb l-lavrna worked and sweated throuah a penod
of transrtuon from eighth graders unto full fledged freshmen we now as Sophomores
look down from our lofty pedestal upon the lowly freshman warrderrng If he rs
l cannot explarn the feeling which moved unto my heart when at last that neo
ulous something which people call school splrlt took possessron of me It comes
to some rn a few weeks Cthers may take longer, but It has arr ved when as
Freshmen we cease to refer to the fellows on the playrng field a they and they
are now the hardened veterans ofa campaign and as such look hack to see how
we have changed The old Chrnese professors used to say l-le who stands stlll
moves backwards l wonder If they were speaking of Sophomore
Gur Sophomore year to say the least ha been pusy l'lere we meet the
diabolical handrwork of the man who superimposed upon our already Latin Syntax
racked mlnds the rigors of ullus Caesar who could not even understand English
so had to write In Latln The worthy scholars learned that speaawa Latrn was the
greatest accomplrshment of the ancient Romans Perhaps the most noteworthy thrng
we have learned ms that berng a Freshman IS not so bad a Sophorrore us worse
Although Greek IS not among the required ubjects of the se and year at Fen
wrck we learned a llttle of that language too We learned that Sophomore
comes from the Greek wards Sophon and Nloron a wrse fool
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Barrett president, Ralph Reetz treasurer and Dominic Rauzl vlce presxd t
Father Charles A Carosella rlght, ns class moderator
Hmes Fred Bowen Vlncent Vrtullo
Second Row Thomas Cox Rlchard Bomn james L Weuss Patrrclc Carbon ohn Chadwnclc Richard Rnley Meredith
Murray Robert Day James McHugh ,john Cronin James Cody
Thurd Row Wrlllam Wood Wllllam lVlcNerney -lohn McHugh Robert McHugh Robert Barley Walter Nyland Thomas
Sullnvan Edward De Celle George Blake Frank Hunter Thomas Kerwun Howard Masklll Eugene Gubbons
Fourth Row Carl Baetz Lawrence Dwyer Davis Wall John Aldworth John Cullman Wlllnam Crxlly Rlchard Fast
Mules Lynch Vlctor Kroeger Edward Gorslu John Kelley John Rosemeyer
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Second Row Robert jaeger Gene Byrne Richard Walsh Paul Belyed e john De l-laven Wlllnam McGrath Walter
Purcell Wrlluam White Raymond Lehman Harold Crotty
Thrrd Row joseph Walsh john F Daly Bruen Cammy Thomas Valker Edward Wrener joseph Mason Frank Vnola
Mnchael McGulre Kenneth Grllfln
Fourth Row Wulllam Spehn Donald Burke john Golden john Turk Thomas N Dau t johw Llrbaln Patrick Wullrams
Front Row Left to Rrght Rrchard Thomas Thomas Akers Steven Kelleh r Rob rt Gaulke john Clulrk Wlllram Bull
Arthur SSIIZ john Buckley
Second Row VrtoSucrlnano james Shapiro Thomas Schand john Werlenn Eugene Melvrn Duane Best ThomasO Keele
Thomas McNamara Robert Greenway Bernard O Nelll Louis Garlppo
Third Row Myles l-lollowed Ronald Baker Patrick Tyrrell Walter Simmons james Merkel Donald Schurer john
Mrlnamovv Lawrence Marcuccl Edward O Rlelly Wrlllam Delaney Larry Ryan
Fourth Row john Thees Wayne l-lealy August Caron Robert Brrerty RobertCron1n Charles Planek George Sanlckr
Marrlo Pasun Robert Brown W jacque john Newberg Thomas Cusack
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Thyfault joseph jacoby Robert Toolce
Second Row Bartley FatzGerald Donald Sulllvan Charles Touzlnslcy joseph Polconoslcy Arthur Anderson Rachard
Dunne I-larold Cahlll Robert Wnlllams james Quan john Dunn Roger Breklce
Thrrd Row Wnllram Nelson john Reynolds john McKenna Ru hard I-lofmeust r joseph Huston Rechard Aren joseph
Kudella ThomasDurand Raymond Lynn Wllllam Drennan Charles Flsher 'ames McAllrster
Wrllram Endres Charles Copelf Rudolph Patush Donald Kalas james Mcformrclc
Front Row Left to Rrght Donald Mallclcl Alfred Radosta George Wrsdom john Alplanalp l-larry Ratt n
Second Row Wllllam Barrett Ken Zeller Robert Kung Robert Kervvln Robert Z9lII'1SlCI james Welrnclc Donald Shu
macher Robert Mulvey
Thrrd Row john Stella Rlchard Russo Nrcholas Shannon Steve Kabala john Youhn Harry Davelos Ralph Plclcell
Fourth Row Larry Prnce joseph Sulllvan Roger Kiley Wrlllam Rell Rhlllp McDonald james Burlce Clarence Petersen
james Cavanagh john Wallace
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Second Row Thomas Feeley Wllluam Adams james Callahan Robert Bradley George Nasellr Andrew Catalano
james johnson Frank l"ln1lo
Third Row john l-leavey joseph Kovarelc Donald Rooralc Mrchael Doyle Albert Danz Lido Andreon john Gambon
Fourth Row Francis Ferrone Martin Grlboy Roland Bartolunu joseph l-lermle Leonard Nlrchaud Anthony Porcaro
Daniel Stelnhauer john Chase james ana
Second Row Neal Bldwlll joseph Montalbano james Magee Raymond O Donnell john Organ Francis Q Malley
Wullnam l-laclcett Ray de Sornt Aubun
Third Row Nnclc G Apostal joseph Amato Raymond Arado joseph Reselc Danrel Duggon jr Philip OGrady
Valentlne Corrado Raymond Ernest
Fourth Row Donald Lawlnger Edward Rollng Thomas Carroll William Goedert Donald Purcell james Doherty
john O Connell Robert Rutz Vnctor Rrgom
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numbering Q84 It was the second largest ever to enter the Qalc parlq School
Saint Gales parish led the enrollment with Q7 representatives followed by Saunt
Angela and Ascensuon parushes
Under the moderatuon of Father Chester A Myers who teaches Latun to the
frosh the class of 49 elected Thomas Delaney presrdent nm Barrett was chosen
xlce prexy l-lenry Apostal secretary and ames Kelly treasurer
From the very begnnnung the freshmen started to nnfrltrate unto the many ac
tlvntles of the school The freshman football squad showed great promuse and
under the coaching of Dan Q Brnen and has two assnstants George 0 Brien and
aclc fosse both 46 they funnshed the season undefeated
ln the flrst game agannst Loyola Edward Le eune scored three tnmes ohn
Crolla twice and lhomas Delaney once to wsn 45 to 13 Agaunst Sannt phullp
Le eune scored twice and Crolla Camphouse and Delaney each once for a
35 to 7 wrn The fvnal game found the frosh rolling over Saint IVlel 32 to 13 wnth
Strojny challclng up 12 pornts and Le eune Crolla and Delaney each 6
Close to 15 freshmen answered Father Damian D Smrth s Wtclc adviser, call for
a clrculatlon staff, and of that number fave remained A large number ofthe frosh
joined the band whale a freshman joseph l-lovorlca vlrtually monopollzed the
Camera Club salons by wrnnnng two ID a row l-lovorlca also served as chief pho
tographer for Blaclcfrlars
lhe Servers Club claims elght freshmen on Its rolls and wlthun a short time
after joining they had mastered the Domvnlcan rate and were servrng regularly
A good number of freshmen jouned the newly organnzed Radlo Club and wsth one
senior and a few sophomores served as nts foundation A freshman father Mr
Howard Scamen, was responsrble for the hams recenvung a radlo transmstter the
second rn lfenwuclc hlstory
About Q0 freshmen plclced from swimming classes by Dan 0Brlen trainer
practiced with the tanlc men regularly and C Brien belneves they will form the
nucleus of the 49 team Amateur Nrght found eight frosh out trying for prlzes
with two of them Ernest Doleys and Charles Weigel galnlng awards
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Not shown IS ames Kelly treasurer
Wrlllam Pnclcerson Harry Apostal
Second Row john McMahon Walter Cleary james Hansen john Sexton jamesj Ollenlly Thomas Vogt Thomas
Regan Robert McAndrews Wllllam Toohey john Regan
Thurd Row ames Cagney Edward Franzen Roy Hansen Edwnn Smud james Hennessy Thomas Powers Donald Ross
Charles Saubert Thomas Muller Bartob Marquardt
Fourth Row james Colluns William Sulllvan Ruchard Enderle Robert Monahan ohn Gibbons Robert Healy Stanley
Lersch George Doucette Peter Seger Wlllram Rossaw joseph McCauley john Gleason
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Second Row Donald Nelson james Gearen Ernest Bartell Charles Wengel Davns Spauldnng james Bowman Bradley
Govan Edward Sullnvan Ernest Dolejs Mnchael Novalc
Thlrd Row joseph Kerwln Wllllam Ormsby Paul Smith joseph Hovorlca Thomas Sorqunst john Kelly joseph Lies
Laurence Dunn Harry Ross Barry Rlgney
Back Row George A Remus Donaldj Devlln Richard Shaw james Kelly Wllluamj Barrett john Waghorne
Wnlllam Begue Harold lellelsen Bryan Coughlnn Howard Doherty james Butler joseph Mclnerney
Front Row Left to Rught Walter Barr Louus Bourjauly Richard McGrath Andrew Lombard: j David Smlth ohn
Fortman Anthony Wneland Thomas Money
Second Row Patrick Harrold Gerald Sulllvan joseph Sltar Donald Mccurry joseph Trucco Rlchard Barber Donald
Galassnnn Rnchard Aman Rnchard Donatonn Norman Bovy
Third Row john Hosty Roberty Spelman Lawrence Ryan Francus Hart Harold Burns Raymond Korzen john Spatafora
john Faslcowslcu Walter Churchlll Charles Russell
Fourth Row Thomas McElroy Thomas Conley Donald Hunter Albert Q Neill john Schwlnd james Durlcln Robert
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Thomas Mulheran Melvun Wulluams Kenneth Baker Raymond Spanola
Thurd Row Eugene Fannung Kenneth Becker Bernard jones Arnold Burwutz Francus Fusher Ruchard Bersell Thomas
Conroy Qscar Gallu Ruchard Maker james l-lannugan
Schuma Martun joyce Donald Graham Lawrence Welch Robert Zullugen
Front Row Left to Rught john Kaundl Ken R Geuger Wulluam Kroger Robert Bondu Arthur Walsh Robert Meade
Second Row Edward l-lanley George Foertsch Gerald Corcoran Terry Ahearn Danuel H jones Robert Norton
Robert Lee Lawrence Ivuns Thomas Barrett Robert Flynn
Thurd Row james Celano George Meyer joseph La Porte Thomas Lamberty james Schultz Clare Martz Edward
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Thrrd Row Robert Carstens Donald Carter Rrchard Peary Mnchael Georgen Gerald Schultz james Barrett james
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Fourth Row Edward Losos Franlc Weber Thomas jennlngs Wlllram l-laley Ralph Lutfy john Morrow Francls Abbate
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Second Row Wrllnam Foley ames Workman Wrllram Krrclcl Gerald Ellsworth Alfred Ellsworth james Ryan Thomas
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Father John N. Morgenthaler,
Fenwick's athletics best friend
thus year concluded hns fourth
year as athletsc dlrector of the
Frrar squads Stn e 194'7 Father
Morgenthaler has conducted
some of the most rousrng pep
rallles ID school hlstory lncludtng
the bonhre rally before 19455
Tnlden game for the clty cham
Recognuzed by other Catholnc
League schools as a leader nn hrs
held he was elected yuce pres:
dent of the League thus year
Whrle at the semnnary Father
hnmself was a shrnrng example of
the young athlete l-le won Fame
as a football star, wnth baseball,
basketball, and track as a snde
lrne At Fenwlck, the men onthe
athletic squads look up to hum as
a sportsman and a frrend
Apponnted assustant dnrector ol ath
letucs at the begnnnnng ofthe season
of 45 46 Father Wayne V Conley
also t aches reluguon, saeech and
Englnsh nn the scholastnc departm nt
Danlel Q Brien Fenwick graduat
of 1943 began soon after gradu
atton as trainer He lS now trarner
freshman football mentor, assistant
basketball and track coach, and
coached the 1946 champron tank
Former team mate at Loyola umver
stty wrth Coach Lawless Lune Coach
Larry Flynn jonned the Frlarsrn1939
Before that he played professeonal
Ftve years was Sannt Patrrck head
coach and Loyola lane coach
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a prosperous year In the seasons
of 1945 46 Behnnd these en
deavor there was a driving
force the equal of vvhuch
other school ID the clty us able to
Thus force vvas QU? coach
Tony Lavvles or as the athletlc
department statlonery says,
Anthony P Clonyl Lawless B A
We stress the vvord our snnce
he IS exclusively Fenvvlcks No
Fenwnclcana would be complete
vvnthout hns chapter and hns story
What he has done for the men of
Fenvvlclc can never be fully ap
precuated but each boy who has
worlced vvuth hum goes has ovvn
way as a man and no longer a
ln all octvvltnes he never lGIlS
to emphasrze the Importance of
the Cathollc vvay of lufe l-las
Freshman, are you, boy7 are
Famous words to transgressors
Thanks Coach for all you ve
done for Fenwnck
Men he could measure
Games and plays presage
And all at least could see
Football was his rage
Fenwichs Famed Friars ended their most suc-
cessful season since 7936 by conquering last
year's co-city title holders, Tilden, in the
annual Kelly Bowl game held in Soldier Field
December 1 before a crowd ol 80,000 grid Fans.
Alter defeating Saint George in the south
section play-oil, the Friars were held to a 0-0
tie with Saint Ignatius, north section winner, in
the Catholic Championship game. lmmediately
alter the game a coin was flipped to decide who
would battle the public school representative
the following weelc. Father Nlorgenthaler won
the toss for Fenwick.
December 'l was the third appearance the
Fenwiclc gridders made in the lake front arena.
The Friars gained both by air and ground to
down the lilden Blue Devils by a score ol twenty
to six This year steam was the second Lawless
coached squad to win Chicago Championship
Top Captain Richard Martin Catholic League s Most Valuable Back, Backfield, Left to Right: R. Martin, W. Crowley,
R Brown P Dunne Line Left to Right C Fox Bidwill F Duchon, C. Caron, W. Duchon, E. Peidy, P. Jordan.
By a vote ol all the coaches Captain Dlclc
Martln and Vlfllllam Duchon were awarded the
most valuable bacl4lreld and lineman posts ol the
south sectlon Martvn has earned three major
letters In lootball was captain In hrs senior
year and voted most valuable baclc at the N Q
Fathers Club banquet Duchon has earned two
majors called lane slgnals on delense and also
was voted most valuable at the banquet s,,,,
Both the llghtwelght and lreshman teams were 'VF
undefeated thus year lhe lights played two
games downlng Salnt Marys lralnlng 5 hool
twelve to nothing and deleatlng 5alnt lgnatlus
by a twenty to nothrng score
Coach Da 0 Brlens lreshmen outscored
5annt Mel 35 to lQ Sarnt Rhrlrp 35 to zero
and Loyola 45 to 13 ohn Crolla starred lor
the fre hmen whsle Robert Gobeln Ralph Reetz,
and Larry Ryan were the mann sparlc plugs on
the lunror squad
Top Wrlluam Duchon guard Bottom lop Row Tralner0 Brlen T Zarcone Manager F Prman T Zurelr D Rauzn
D Vxlrll F McKenna R Amato Lamar G OBrlen Manager Thtrd Row Father Morgenthaler Larry Flynn F
OMalley R Evans l-l Scaman J Wallace C Belzer C Berrlgan R Reetz W Barrett R lnluspen j Fosse Manager
Coach Lawless Father Conley Second Row D Romano R Davls W Moore F Duchon R Coalcley V Dunn W
Cahrll T l-lughes C Caron j Caron W Crowley J Rrgalr Frvst Row Wllson N Duchon R Brown F Consago
R Martln Captaln R ordan F Reldy C Fox Bldwell R Dunne T Cummlns
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FENWICK 18 WEBER 12
7000 Spectators wutness First game of 45 season Brown goes over from
'I Ft line In closing seconds of FIFSI half Moore sets up next score with unter
ceptuon Martun tallxes on oft tackle play ordan scores on a Flat pass
Crowley Scalps a Tiger CAustm Q7 Fenwlck Q01
AUSTIN 27 FENWICK Q0
Austln scores twnce un second quarter Comes back In second half to
make It Q7 0 Friar team comes to lrfe Opens passing attack
Crowley goes over from 6 Fox tallnes twice on passes from Brown
Consago adds two extra ponnts Bull Barrett IS lost for season through mjury
FENWICK 7 MOUNT CARMEL O
Frrars open league play rn drenchung downpour Two attempts to score
ha Caravan threatens In third period lVlart1ns relrable
puntlng pays oll ln last mlnute ol play ardan talces Brown s pass on 3 yard
lone and scores Consago converts
Smaclc em bust em thats our custom' CFenwnclc 38 Rrta 7D
FENWICK 38 SAINT RITA 7
Fox talces Browns pass In end zone ID openrng minutes Brown scores
later In hall Rrtlans catch Frlars OH guard and scare Fenwick goes
to worlc rn second hall Martrn Brown Crowley and Wilson run up the
score Consago malces two placements
That Long Moment CFenwnclc 38 De La Salle OD
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Bud Romano C165 Bob DunneC15D Chorile Fox C185 joe BIdWlII QQOD Ed P :dy C310 Frank Duchon CQQ5 Rock
Crowley CQQD Dud Caron C45 Som Consogo 19D Tom Cummins UO Vfllbur Moore C255 B II Dunn 335
Cole-mon Caron Dx 1c,lordc1nC49W
Rajah Runs the Range CF9l"lWICli 7 St George 7 D
FENWICK 55 ,IOLIET 19
Brown intercepts pass on second play and scores Martun tallnes mldway
rn hrst pernod Crowley scores alter series of thrusts Nlartun adds sux
more, stabbing pass rn end zone Mrnutes later nntercepts pass and travels
90 yards lor another score Wrlson counts to malce score 41 to O at half
Romano and Dud Caron add to total an thnrd pernod Frnars get two
more by safety ollet scores 'IQ ponnts nn last quarter against reserves
Consago laclcs Fnve through uprnghts
FENWICK 38 DE LA SALLE O
Fruars crush De La Salle Brown scores three times twuce on pass From
lVlartrn Martun tallles twice on runs Coleman Caron runs lnslde taclde
'l4 yards for Final touchdown Consago place lclclcs two extra points
Roclchead Brushes up on l-lrs Rhumba CFenwuclc '19 Leo 7D
Llghtwenght Squad Top Father N Morgenthale J Patten McGrath C Flsher L Ryan
W Morse N Quinn C l-llnnl R Jablonslcl J Golden Larry Flynn Middle Row Dan OBrien
J McKenna R Evans D Wnll J Coalcley W Cahlll C Belzer H Scamen Father Conley
Front Row T Zurek Plgall D Amato F OlVlalley R Reetz D RGUZI J Lamar F Prrman
FENWICK 49 LEO 6
Brown and Crowley star score three touchdowns apiece u
Caron scores last touchdown on pass from Romano Consago catches Leo
man nn end zone For safety lclclcs hve extra points
The 53 members of Fenwrclc s 1946 Undefeated Freshman Grid Squad
FENWICK 7 SAINT GEORGE 7
Cruclal game ol league play scoreless First hall ends with Fenwlclc on
George one yard lune nn thlrd peruod Crowley dashes lnslde taclcle and
down sndellnes Q5 yards lor touchdown Consago lclclcs extra point
Conley catches fourth quarter touchdown pass For Saint George Coutre
laclcs Flnal tying, pount
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"Rocks" Crowley, "Bud" Romano, scrambled eggs, Charlie Fox, "More Bud," Captain "Clem" Martin, "Moose"
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Corrigan Q75 Bottom Larry Flynn and a few of the boys Everybody ml
FENWICK 18 SAINT GEORGE 6
Scoreless llrst lwall rn league playoll November 18 Brown malces tlwree
Boller scores lone Dragon tolly on tricky lateral ploy an Flnal quorter
l:ENWlCK O SAINT IGNATIUS O
Frlars ond Wolves bottle to a O to O tue before crowd ol15 OOO ot Soldier Field
Flip ol sulver dollar rnernts Fenwick rlglut to ploy Kelly Bowl classic
lgnotlus ploylng best Qome ol ItS season tlnreotens ID llrst quorter Frlars
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dart IH third, only to be called baclc gun goes ol'l wlth Fenwlclc trying clesper
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FENWICK 20 TILDEN 6
80000 Fans see Fenwnclc Frnars rout delendlng co crty title holders Q0 to 6
by superb teamwork the Catholtc representative captures twelfth annual
Kelly Bowl tnlt Crowley and Martin star lor Frlars Crowley scores
twice at encl ol second from lour yards out and durlng thlrd from the one
Martin goes over from the live during closing minutes Consago boots two
extra points Brown shnnes as held general Gay Blue Devul captain,
malces lone tally lor losers
Move It boys that guy behnnd aunt foolm Clienwnclc 'IQ St George 65
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Due to the long Football
season, basketball was late
getting started, resulting in
a not too successlul season.
lhe senior sauad Finished
with a league standing ol
three Wins and nine losses,
while the lights fared better
dropping seven, but winning
Bill Barrett ol the lights
and Dick Martin, heavies
captain, were chosen to rep-
resent Fenvvick in the south
section in the second annual
All-Star game at Loyola
February 3 The Northerners
to kallthree games includ
:rg tne coa hes battle
Ka lee teer
Captains Courageous Dick Martin and Bill Crowley
Front M Gilroy T McElroy R Brown R Martin fCaotainD R Macey J Shan
Too bad they didnt have a ahan Middle J Wilson N Duchon C Fox j McCormick R Pickell F
team too HardapovtClem Duchon T Zarcone CManagerD Rear Coach A P Lawless Father Morgen
What now Tony7 thaler Father Conley D j O Brien
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Cpenung the season agaunst Austin the lack
ol practice was evudent as the Austin lughts out
stalled the Fruars 18 to 15 whule the heavues
were beaten Q8 to QQ wuth Brown s nune pounts
hugh ol the evenung
Saint Muchael splut a paur ol games wuth the
lughtweughts wunnung theur lurst game 39 to Q7
Mount Carmel took two and then the lughts
won agaun thus tume Q1 to 18 over De la Salle
to beat oluet 59 to 55 wuth Brown and the
Duchons leadung the scorers
Charlue Fusher made eight pounts whule the
rest ol the team scored evenly as the lughts
edged outa good Mount Carmel live 41 to 40
Although the Fruars lost to Aauunas ol Cjalum
bus Qhuo 40 to 36 they stull hold a hve to
three edge in thus annual contest Action was
close throughout the battle even though the
lrush led QQ to 16 at the hall The Fruars pulled
De La Salle
Saunt Michael Q7
Mount Carmel 32
De La Salle
De La Salle
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Frank purman was hugh pounter wuth 11 as the
uunuor luve scored theur most umpres uve vuctory
over Leo 31 to 31 whule the senuors succumbed
4Q to 37
Saunt Ruta captured two wuth Bull Duchon
huttung lor11 pounts lravelung to Saint George
the teams dropped two close ones Bull Barrett
made Q0 out ol Q4 pounts as the lughtweught
lost Q8 to Q4 The Dragons loulung almost
cost them the game as Fenwick made Q0 lree
throws but couldnt overtake Saint George
lraulung at halltume 36 to 30 the heavues rallued
up to knot the score at Q8 and 36 all but the
lrush put un two baskets un the lunal munutes
Two games were dropped to De La Salle
and Leo as Frank Duchon made 11 un the De
l.a Salle tangle Taking the lurst double victory
ol the year the Black and Whute lughts defeated
Saunt Ruta 32 to 31 wuth Purman gettung 13
whule Frank Duchon rang up 16 pounts as the
heavues won 4Q to 38
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Schsnoler Lets have Q cheer rhor II shake do walls' Center McGrath cmd Schmdler sub
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De!any, Coptarn NN. Crowley, W. White, P. Krieger, F. Pirman, VV. Barrett, Manager j. Fosse. Last Row: Coach
Layv!ess, Father Morgenthaler, Father Conley, Don Q'Brien.
Front L Ryan E le eune Shanahan F Shnrno F Downey T Boyle C Fisher Rear Man ger Fosse T Defany
McKenna j Mccorrmclc E Qolung M Gnlboy P Reetz Coach Law!
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Saint George was the los r In the Frlars
second straight double vrctory The juniors
outplayed the Dragons 34 to Q4 lom McElroy s
late laaslcet held Saint George sale as therr
ln the hnal encounter ol the season ollet
nlpped Fenwlclc Q1 to 19 with captain Bull
Crowley gettsng seven and the heavnes lost
45 to 37 Jaclc Payette 4'l hitting for 14
ponnts, led the alumna IH the 36 to QQ defeat
ol the varsity Five ID the annual alumnn varslty
Left to Rnght Top to Bottom Thats showin um Rock'
My how tall Larrys gotten' It s gotta come down
sometlme fellas Little higher Rock' Vlell dont
ust stand there do somethmg' Er pardon me
You and your bug hips'
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undefeated season in 'l5 years of competition.
This year two championship trophies were added to
the gloss case, the Mid-West Private School Invitational
Meet held at Culver and the Chicago Catholic League
Swimming Meet. Culver, the team that has ruined
many an otherwise perfect season lor the mermen,
succumbed to a 43 to Q3 defeat to malce up the most
exciting duel ol the season.
Captain Bill Darley, an outstanding competitor since
his Freshman year, was voted most valuable at the An
nual Swimming and Basketball banquet l-le has re
Top Two Term Captain and League Freestyle Record Holder, William Darley. Below, First Row: gl. Cantu, VI. Anderson'
W Doodey D Georgen W l-larlc J Karl J Organ. Second'Row: T. ZarcOneCMOf1C1Q?fD, FC'Yl'1ef M0f99f1fl'1Ol9",
W O l-lare R Dunne D Mcl-lugh l. Dell Father Conley, D. O Brien. Thar? Row:l CGDIGID W' D0Vl9Yf pr Nelson,
j McMahon W Whalen j Kelly .l KGVWW Collins
ceived three major letters in swimming and
was elected captain lor two years ln the
year s Catholic League Meet Darley brolce
the 50 yd lree style record ol Q4 8 by
o a second malcing it Q46 so
in this same meet he was in the record
brealang relay team
Credit should be given to Coach Dan
Q'Brien lor his excellent job ol coaching
and conditioning the young athletes.
Coach Q'Brien has developed not only
outstanding senior teams, but also up and
coming junior tanlcsters. By his ceaseless
ellorts Dan has made possible such an un-
eaualled record ol achievement.
Major letter winners this season were
Captain Darley, johnfantu, Robertllunne,
William l-larl4, lNallace Vlhalen, Don
juniors, lop, Seated: Q. Aman, VV. Purcell, P.
Bonin, j. Organ, VV. Nyland, j. McMahon.
Center: Father Morgenthaler, j. Carstans, B. Han-
cock, Ll. Kerwin, j. Georgen, Father Conley,
Coach O'Brien, Rear Row: T. Frainey, T. Durand,
M. McGuire, J. lrripens, j. Corcoran, j. Werlein.
Left: Around Dan O'Brien are, counter-clockwise,
W. Whalen, W. Darley, McGuire, W. Harlc.
Top Doody Ol-lare Cantu Karl Mcl-lugh on your mark Bottom McMahon Whalen Ge-orgen
Georgen aclc Anderson ames lvlchflann and
The 7946 season was opened wrth a dual
meet at Amundsen The Frrars won handuly
traveled to Loyola vvhere l-larlc was the rndn
vidual star l'le came wrthrn 3 ol a second
ol the 'IOO yd lree style record being cloclced
rn 569 The thlrd meet wuth Steunmetz was
a breather before the Culver horde arrrved
drd not hinder the mermen from trouncrng their
opponents from lndnana The
medley relay was the out
standung race ol the season
Starting enght yards behnnd
Darley anchorman, sped
through the water to touch
out hrs opponent
Prepared for the Culver
lnvltatronal Svvrm wrth meets
with Loyola and Sulllvan the
Frrars were un top shape
Darley proved It by vvlnnung
the 40 and QOO yd free style
events antu never ID
better form captured the
god m dal ID duvung The
other lndrvldual winners
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style r soectsvely Both relay teams placed
second Proudly Cao h Q Brsen accepted the
trophy at the Fsrst annual Private School lnvsta
At Austsn Fenwsck won sts last dual m t
Then came the wsnd up
The Catholsc League start d ol'l wsth a bang
when Darley broke the 5O yd free style re ord
lhss was followed by the closest race ol the
afternoon as Bob Dunne nos d out a Fsrst pla
sn the breast troke Whal 's eassly took the
backstroke and l-lark the 100 yd lre
Foulsng hss lastdsve Cantu dropp d to a clo e
second The m et was concluded by the double
wsns of the relay teams Whalen Dunne and
Wsllsam Q l-lare outdsstanced the ls Id to take
hrst sn the medley ln the lree style re ay
Nelson lVlske lVlcGusn and Darley broke an
other League record The old mark establsshed
sn 1937 ol 1458 was lowered to 1425
Those also on the sensor team who performed
well were ack Karl QOO man and a klfelly
100 yd free style specsalsst
The Fenwsck sunsor team was also undeleat d
thss year endsng up the season wsth a wsn sn
the sunsor Catholsc League
1946 Swsmmsng Schedule
January 30 Sensors Fenwsck 43 Amunclsen Q3 there
January 30 Junsors Fenwsck 39 Amundsen Q5 there
February 8 Sensors
February 8 junsors
February 14 Sensors
February 14 Junsors
March 4 Sensors
March 4 junsors
March 7 Sensors
March 7 -lunsors
March 9 Mud West
Fenwsck 49 Loyola 17 there
Fenwsck 39 Loyola 17 there
Fenwsck 41 Stesnmetz 15 here
Fenwick 34 Stesnmetz 19 here
Fenwsck 43 CulverQ3 here
Fenwsck 45 Loyola Q1 here
Fenwsclf 41 Loyola Q5 ere
Fenwsck 45 Sullsvan Q1 there
Fenwsck 40 Sullsvan 1 there
Prep lnvstatsonal Chompsonshsp
March 19 Sensors Fenwsck 49 Austsn 17 there
March 19 Junsors Fenwsck 37 Austsn 90 there
March 16 17 junsor Catholsc League Champsonshsp at
March Q3 Q4 Sensor Catholsc League Champsonshsp
Mcfnusre showed up very well as a sopho
more and swam on the sensor team sn the bsg
meets Specht and Kerwsn also proved them
selves sn the Free style events ln the backstroke
st was Frasny and Durand Three very promsssng
breaststrokers are Corcoran Qrgan and Cars
tens whsle Purcell and Aman dsd a good sob
ol Fsllsng out the dsvsng
Although the sunsors meet was extremely
close the lsttle Frsars came out on top wsth 49
Left Dsvers, R Amand andW Purcell Msddle Free stylers,j Corcoromj Organ, R Dunne Rsght Dsverj Cantu
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The cross country races held last fall Found
was Bill O Connell captaining such netmen as
Robert Rauth, William Darley, William Dunn
and Ralph piclcell
Top Standing R Piclcell W Dunn P Dunne Front Row
P Pauth W Oconnell W Darley Left Rauth the
Captain Donald Powers was the individual
star representing Fenwicic in the Catholic
the Fenwick team Finishing Fifth. ln tennis it Rackereer. Middle: MI-Ia, got ir!" Right: :The Wood-
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catapults Bottom On yourmarkl Captain Ntgolene
League Gold meet Consequently Don started
tus ruse to lame by wrnmng tlwe Fenwlck sntra
mural goll tournament In lwls soplw 'nore y ar
to score lneaynly rn the League track meet
All tlwree teams tennis goll ana track were
composed ol tlwe best performers IW I tramurals
U l E I I U The track team, due to lack ol practice, laulecl
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Wally Barr topped aclc l-llagnn
ames Bowman beat Robert Mcfartlwy
Ruclward 0 Connor defeated Steve
Robe t M l-luQl1K Q d Edward
Denny Cruttenden beat August Caron
paul Fay defeated Pierre Plrman
Artlwur Really dropped lam Cummins
Heavyweuglmt Cnarlle Fox beat Franlc parlcer
Fenwlclcs suxteentn annual Silver Gloves
Tournament Came to an excltlng Climax when
Clwarlre Fox outpunclwed Franlc Parlcer lor tlwe
neavyweuglwtclwampnonslmp Botlm boys Football
players snowed muclw determination but next
years and Captain lweld tlwe OHSDSIVG to wind
up on top
Rnght Top Ofionnor battles Kelleher Qooo Dont
oolc' Center Denny Crutzenden Below Front
Oconnor Bowman Barr Rav R Ily Fox Fay
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Sluglest and closest battle of tlwe evennng
was tl1e'l45 lb llglwt wrtlw Paul Fry noslng out
Prerre Purman Botlw boys lallrng out ol tlwe
rung ID tlwe last round put on tlwe most excltlng
eyent ol tlwe bouts
l-lrglwly slalled Wally Barr battered tlne game
aclq l-lrggnns tlwree rounds to tal4etl1e mosquito
werglwt title at 90 lbs
Make Doyle beat um Ryan
ack Dougherty dropped l'larry
Larry Ryan defeated lam Delaney
Ralplm Reetz topped Edward Le eune
l-leayywenalwt ,lack Wallace oyer olwn Crolla
Top Cloclcwnse You e touched my heart Mullrn and
Nl l-l l'1 T V th t C d R Il
c ug a e a ummrns an eu y
trme to cluclf Furman and Fay and bat' Bowman
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nual lntramural Night progressed. ln the early
part ol the evening the juniors outscored the
Top: Ccazh Sadaba and his vlunior intramural Baslcet-
ball Champs, R, Rauth, R. Davis, L. McGee, j. Mac-
Donald, j, Caron, Father Sadaba, C. Trembackj Ryan,
D. Romano, R. Davy, R. Brennan. Left, Middle: Fathers
Conley and Larcher give with talk and prizes. Right,
Middle: Bud Romano, single ping-pong champ com-
munes with nature. Bottom, Left: doubles ping-pong
champs give outvictory grins. Bottom Right: 'AS-t-r-e-t-c-h"
seniors to win First in the swimming meet. The
sophomores and freshmen followed in order. No
new records were made.
Upstairs, immediately afterwards the seniors
toolc revenge on the juniors by defeating them
in the junior paslcetpall contest, It was the same
story in the senior game, the seniors over the
iuniors 34 to i9
Don Romano conauered jaclc Nelson for the
singles championship in ping pong, while Will-
iam Qfonnell and Robert Nlichelini beat
Rorrano and Eugene Voda lor the doubles.
lhe seniors had previously won the volleyball
championship, Although boxing Started in gym
claS5eS as soon as the class champs were de-
cided the bouts moved to alter school to decide
the weight champs
Top: "Get tough with me will Ylll, Middle Left:
McGeeney says a mouthful. Middle Right: intramural
Swimming Relay winners, P, Nicollette, J. Magee, l-l.
Mulligan. Bottom: Intramural Volleyball Champs, gl,
Walsh, G. Lorr, E, Vocla, l Endres, P, Brennan, 9.
No doubt Fenwrck would be o dull place rf all that took place rn the school
was currrcular actuvutres Fenwuck offers a complete system of educatron but also
Important rt affords to every student an opportunity to partncupate rn useful extra
currrcular actrvrtles fhese extra currrculars help to form an Important part of the
Recently a vlsrtor asked Father Walter D Van Rooy prlncnpal how Important
he thought extra currrcular actuvltres were Une thrrd as Important as currlc
ular7 the visitor suggested
h o Father Van Rooy disagreed At least 50 per cent for It does no
good to educate the mind If you don t show It how to apply that educatron
The purpose of the actnvrtues rs to use the students lersure time to better ad
vantage, to help hum obtarn helpful useful knowledge These organrzatrons pro
mote good sportsmanshrp they help the student get along and work with others,
they make good Catholrc boys unto better Catholrc boys
There are actlvrtres to cover everythrng the student wrshes to do lVlost of
these actrvltres have been long established some have arms n recently to meet
the demand of the student body for them
Social AClIVltI9S as they have been called are on a year around basis There
IS always something going on to keep the student interested But more Important
these actlvltles bring out and develop the students talents IH speaking wrltrng
science, music, and a long lust of others
Even though the war rs over many students still step from Fenwrck Into the bus:
ness world fo achieve hrs goal the student must have the know how whrch rs
not only acquired by hrs regular studies IU school but also by the school GClIVllI9S
rn whrch he has taken part
Cn the following pages you will see these organizations and their actlvltles
The good student has a good helper an these actlvrtles, for It has been aptly put
There IS a Fenwrck actlvlty for every Fenwrck man
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rather Thomas A Dymelt nevvly appornted ad
vrser named Wrllram Darley editor Robert
Dunne and Wrllram Dunn sports edrtors and
Donald Romano actuvrty editor A Freshman
joseph l-lovorlta brolce precedent by becomrna
photographer Ltnder their darectlon vvorlt or
a prelumrnary dummy and mutual schedule prep
aratrons were begun
Alter the Chrlstma va ation additional stall
members lncludlng lmerbert M l-lart associate
edrtor vvere appointed l'lart was not ap
pointed earlier because his duties as edrtor rn
chrel ol The Vtfrclc vvhlch dad not end untrl
Opposlte Page Top Left W Darley edltor Top Right
See what l mean Father7 Mnddle Left Bob Dunne
and Bull Dunn sports edutors Mnddle Moderator
Father Thomas A Dymek Mnddle Rrght Bowman
and B Schindler Pottom Left Snap Hovorlca pho
tographer Bottom Left G Doherty D Romano and
W Olnk Bottom Rrght Herbert M Hart assoclate
edltor Below Blacklrnars staff left to rrght front raw
W Dunn W Darley H Hart R Dunne Back Row
C Berrlgan Kelly G Doherty B Schmdler W Olnk
D Romano Bowman
Edutor Wullram Darley
Assocnate Editor Herbert M Hart
Co sports Editors Robert Dunne Wllluam Dunn
Actlvltles Ed tor Donald Romano
Captron Edrtor Clayton Berrrgan
Busmess Manager Walllam White
Artists Francus Valentrne Robert Bersell
Assustants Actrvltres Burton Schnndler RobertCormacl4
Francis Coughlan Sports ack Kelly Photograp
Class Sectrons Seniors Burton Schindler unlor
George Doherty Sophomore Wrlllam Crllly Fresh
man ames Bowman
anuary prevented hrs vvorlang on the boolt
untll alter the vacation
Work went ahead vvlth rncreasung rapidity
prools and dummies Flew pictures and copy
flowed out ol room ESQ faster and laster untrl
the printer and engraver vvere up to their neclcs
ID Blacltlrlar vvorlc From thus plle however
emerged on uly Q8 thrs Issue ol Blaclclraors ol
Fenvvuclt 'IQ46 edltron
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J Endres assocnate edntor, W Omk W Darley, R Dunne, V KelIeY Third Row
P Sllces, W Dunn, C Berrugan Back Row J Fosse, W Oconnell, R Bersell
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begunnrng to end was the code of the sennor
Wrclc stall from the tume they started to the
very moment they left
Wrth Herbert M Hart as edntor ID chrel
and john Endres assocrate edrtor they began
theur serres of changes by talang over the
publrcatuon ID November Instead of February
whuch had prevrously been the custom
Then came a sernes of addrtrons and Face
lrttrng to the old Wxck An oplnlon column
wa added to the edrtorral page the feature
paae had a new monthly cartoon The Won
ders of Fenwick Later another monthly
feature on etiquette The Hep Qurz was
Then ID anuary as a last gesture The Wick
stahl held a banquet the hrst of nts land lor Its
members and Father Damran D Smith advisor
ohhcrally ended their term In olhce by award
:ng QQ Wrclc puns to them
Top junrorWrdk Staff Seated C Barr F Munger
edrtor G Doherty assocrate edrtor W Hark assoc
clateedltor Mnddle Ryan W Moore W ordan
Father Smrth R ablonskr F Downey R Elbrecht
E Van Ness Rear D Gibson j McBride D Grimm
Mcfnery L Duerrnck M Flaherty Rrght Top
to Bottom Slrghtly crowded See Father It won t
ft' Lets try rt thus way Underclass Wick Staff
Front T Kerwm C Goedert V Vrtulla P Rohret
Second D Carbone Wrnters Bowman Rear
W Nyland T Sorqurst j Barrett W Ormsby M
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by lar one ol the most active organizations IH
the school us the Servers Club lts not only an
a tlve group but It Certainly IS a benellclal or
ganrzatlon lrom a VellQIOUS standpoint For vvhlle
Its members are learning the methods ol assnstung
at varlous relrgrous ceremonzes twey are also ab
sorblng a deep r apprecratlon ol their rellguon
l'lovvever clespute the religious outloolc th
Servers Club lun trons IU the same way as any
other extra currlcular actuvrty IO the s hool lhey
conduct regular meetings every Tuesday alter
the second semest r ol each year
lhls club vs one ol the most actsve IU the school
because rt lun tuons the Whole year round Be
sides serving Masses and Benedlctlon at Fenwlclq
they also serve at sp cial outside ceremonnes lor
both Fenwlclc men and the alumna
Top Left to Rrght l-l Doherty j Bowman E Voda B
Lamberty J Endr presldent L Garlpoo W Nyland
Father j A l-lenry moderator j McEnery W Crvlly
G Doherty presudent elect J Cusack V Vnullo W
McGrath R Shaw j McGrath P Nash Center and
Bottom Club Actuvrtues Freshmen re elve Conlraternuty
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Although Fenwuclcs outstanduna achuevements serve to
keep ut before the publuc eye part of the tume, the newly
reorganuzed Publucuty Club us attemptnng to keep ut before
the publuc eye all of the tume Thus us done through the
meduum of a weekly news column and varuous and sundry
news releases sent to Chucaao and suburban newspapers
The Publucuty Clubs maun actuvuty us the publucatuon of
the Fenwuclc Hugh News sectuon whuch appears weelcly
un the Oak Leaves , Oalc Park weekly newspaper, and
uts Ruver Forest counterpart, Forest Leaves Although the
s ctuon has appeared as a column oft and on sunce 1949 ut
Furst appeared as a Full sectuon january Q4 of thus year
From an average of eught colum unches per Issue, ut now
numbers approwcumately three to four '15 unch columns every
Fenwuck Hugh News had Father Edward C Lulle as
former editor un chuef and assocuate edutor of The Wuclc
respectuvely as co edutors Former Wuclc news edutors
Robert Bersell and Wulluam Ounlc are assocuate edutors,
Jack Fosse, former Wuclc sports wruter, us sports edutor, and
Clayton Berrugan, who wrote The Wuclc s Locker Rumors
un 1945, us assocuate sports edutor Joseph Hovorka and
James Weuss are photographers whule Phulup Davus us the
cartoonust Hovorlca hlls a sumular posutuon on Blacklruars,
whule Weuss and Davus are Wuck photographer and car
Top Father E C Lulle, advuser Robert Bersell Herbert
M Hart and Burton Schundler, co edutors, James Weuss,
Jack Fosse, Clayton Berrugan Center Better wrute thus
oxcier Schundler, Hart, Father Lullue Bottom
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Conlraternnty ol Chrrstlan Doctrine and Anaellc War
fare led by tts ollrcers and Fathers Thomas C Donlan
and ohm A Henry moderator and assrstant respec
trvely the Conlraternlty attempts ro malce each student
aware ol hrs Forth and more closely attached to holy
purutf and to help rn the area fork of propagatrna
the Farth to all people
Thus as done throuflh monthly mletlnas retreats e
lranous proarams and rs la ly twavced by the fall and
sprung Conf aterwrty dances
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Father Henry Endres Center Cbothl Receptron ol Fresh
men mto Conlraternrty Bottom unnor Confrat Father
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two sections The sensor was led by john Endres and
oseph Budwlll presldents Pobert Bersel use pesl
dent Coleman Caron sefretary, ana joseph Plgalr
Mules Lynch, presuclent, Thomas Ke win vlce press
dent, William McGrath secretary, and Datrlclr Wullrarns
treasurer are the rumor Canfraternnry ollucers
on rarernlty acrrvmes are, To Fall Confratrllron
dance Vern Kelly Nllluavl Fanning chalrman and
ohn Caldarulo Center Father J E '-loppe speaks ar
rmdyear retreat Bottom Sprung Conrarullron Vern
Kelley John Murphy ohn Caldarulo chalrman Roger
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and outs and yea s and nay s ol debating as Fen
wvclcs Debating Unron partlcrpated In Catholuc
League competutlon thus year usrng the UMT
auestuon as the subject
The League has chosen the mrlutary tramrng
auestlon lor debate during the season because ol
nts ummedrate Interest to the partrcrpants At the
tlrre Congress was conductung committee meetrngs
to decide the leaslbulrty ol adopting the plan
whereby all men between l8 and Q1 years ol
aae wlll receuve one year ol mllltary trarnmg
Nearly 300 debates were engaged sn by the
Union In League competition onthe question wuth
the hrst strrngers ohn Endres and Louis Duerlnck
arguing lor the mrlltary traunsng plan whale ames
Wolfe and Franlc Munger argued against rt
Although Father Mrchael 'l fVlcNrcholas beaan
the season as debating moderator hrs appolnt
ment as dlsclpllnaruan Forced Father George G
Conway former moderator who had resigned so
he could partucnpate Fully ID the addutron drrve
to return tothe positron l-le was assisted through
out the season by Father Chester A Myers
Left Father G G Conway moderator
Whats more lun than just collectnng stamps7
Why, showung them to other collectors and ar
guing about thelr value lhats what some
collectors at Fenwaclc thought so they organized
a club to satusly thear desire lor mutual duscussuon
In their hobby
With Father Francisco Sadaba Marin as mod
erator the Stamp Club started operatuons not
long alter the turn ol the year The memb rs
went into a huddle at the hrst meeting and
decided that the purpose would be lo pro
mote stamp collectnng and to tram sts members
ID the fundamentals ol the hobby
The constitution whrch the members drew up
alter a couple ol meetings provided lor Four
olllcers ol the club a president a vice pres1
dent a secretary and a treasurer And un an
electron held a little later Arthur Seutz was
named to the presidential post William Flnne
gan gained the vlce president s olhce Charles
planelc was elected secretary and Donald
Carbone was chosen to Full the job ol treasurer
Meetings were held each weelc on Thurs
days presuded over by the moderator and the
othcers Alter a lew meetings the club dns
covered that its total membership had grown to
about 30 enthusiasts
Left W Frnnegan vice presldent A Sentz presndent
Father Sadaba Mann moderator D Carbone treas
urer C Planek secretary Below Phllatelusts Pose for
Fervwcx hhgh rang up another l t d
:ng the past year by becomlng the hrst hugh
chool ID the Archdrocese to have a sea scout
Wnth Father Martin M Scannell as the drlv
:ng power the Sea Scouts got under way at
Fenwrclc with only three members but wuthnn a
Few months the total membershrp had grown
to approximately Q5
ln order to begun actlvrty rn the organization
the hrst problem was to choose a name for the
the club began to hold regular rreetmngs every
Wrth the lacl4 ol a regular shnp with whuch
to practice the members constructed a model
rn the gym They also constructed other equip
ment lor use In learning the way ol the sea
lhere rs hope however that the Navy will
release a ship soon which vvrll be used on
shnp After a good deal of dellberatnon the
members chose SS Santo Domingo as the
shaps Ol'l:ICIOl title Next was the problem ol
a slapper to Instruct the members rn sea lule
l:ranl4 Q Dowd a graduate ol Fenwlclc In the
class of 39 was soon named to the post and
Rnght Father M M Scannell moderator
Below Shnps complement of the S S S Santo Domrngo
For the second year in a row, Fenwick vvon First
place in its own Symposium ol Saint Thomas Aquinas
when it was presented in the gymnasium March 11.
Saint Francis Academy of joliet won First in the girl's
glohn Endres, a school Finalist in 1946, took the First
award with his tclk, NSaint Thomas, the Man," while
Anne Bannon, Saint Francis Academy, won the award
speaking on "Saint Thomas, American as Ever." The
Most Reverend Bishop john J. Boylan, D.D., Bishop of
Rockford, presided at the Symposium, assisted by Father
Thomas G Donlan, director ol religious activities, and
Father james M. Dempsey, of the English department.
William Fanning, '46, was chairman.
With "Peace and Reacemakersf' and 'iSaint Thomas
Aquinas, the Atmoic Bomb ol the Thirteenth Century,"
as their subjects, Marguerite Davlin, Aquinas high
school, and George Taylor, jr., a Negro from Saint
Malachy high, won second prizes.
Bette Lou Karzig, Alvernia high, speaking on 'lThe
Fuller-Life Man," and George R. Pauly, jr., Saint
Gregory high, with "Saint Thomas Aquinas, Patron ol
Happiness," as his topic, won the third awards. About
850 attended the tenth annual Symposium.
Top, John Endres and Anne Bannon receive First place trophies from Bishop ol Rockford. Center: George Taylor, sec-
ond placer. Right: George Pauly orates. Below: Endres receives trophy from Bishop Boylan and Father T, G Conlon,
and the Mass, Father A. M, Townsend celebrant, Fathers Dymek and Smith, assisting.
Top ham night chairman Edward Van Ness and Father l D Malone, mod rator, Football Fantasy with Romano,
'V Duchon, F Duchon, Consago, and Cummins Bottom sophomore musicians beer bottle Cfull baptism
Another record was rung up in the long line of suc
cesslul amateur nights as the 1945 ham presentation
counted a profit of S368 81, about S4 over the previous
record established last year
founder of the annual affair Edward Van Ness, general
chairman and master ol ceremonies, and George
Doherty, secretary members ol Father Malones junior
religion class Served in the managerial positions Father
Malone 5 junior religion class has been the traditional
sponsor of the aFfair since Father started it in 1935
A capacity crowd rammed the gymnasium to watch
a tot l of S95 in prizes go to the bes' acts as chosen
by the judges Mrs C Mary Marauardt Mr William
Smith, and Mr Emmett Q Neill Around OO acts com
peted, with the Fizz Kids, a comedy act coming in First
Second prizes went to Cruttenden and Arens, while
l-lungry Five, Varsity Vamps, Wie el, and Rutz
The entire proceeds were sent to Father Bernard l
Roberts, Dominican missionary in Louisiana, who
lcnowledged the donation with The mission spirit at
Fenwick is real Dominican Of all he schools t at
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Camera Club was reorganrzed In T944 alter
a lapse ol several years But snnce tlnat tume
e total ltas grown to more tlwan 30
Nluclw ol tlwe clubs actlvlty bas been can
erned wntlw Held traps and salons In wlwncglw all
embers could partlctpate llwe lueld trnps were
al4en to various spots ol plmotograpluc: rnterest
Clucago and In tlue surrounding countrysnde
alons were lweld ID tlte beglnnlng once eacilw
montlw but later It was decided to lwold tlmem
And to provide tlwe members wltlw tlte neces
sary eaulprnent tlwe sclnool butlt a laboratory
which was lUVDISl'WGd vvrtlw all tlwe materrals
eeded un tlwefr worlc
Left Burton Sclwnndler president and Water Nyland ID
ne darkroom Below FrontRow E Gibbons F l-lunter
Q Bersell treasurer Broan secretary E Bartell
D Carbone W Santoro and B Pngney Rear Row
I Van Ness l-l l-lart l M-:Enery T Vrtns W Sulllvan
Murphy president P Elbrecht Father E C Llle
moderator j l-loyorlca
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anlzed to assust boys Interested In scuence
to ae e further Into screntlhc mysteries tan
e 'ence classes permit the Albertnnam
Qcre e u Id as me every wo we s
t ro fmt the year
T e exploratnons are aided through the use
of spee he and the pre entatuon of pro ects
at eccn rneetlng Father Cynl M Pusher chem
astry no general science professor, who resur
recten the scxence gulld from Its grave two
Van 'Ne s president
V e president us ames Werss whlie ohn
Hanef ts secretary Donald Grumm warden
ana ornas Akers hustonan Akers was ap
pour Q nnstonan after the graduation ID
George 0 Brren former hustorlan
s apr e Rrght Donald rrrnrn and Edward
fan Piss prewd nt exp nwenmng
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A Fenwick man never forgets his Alma Mater seems to be tne underlying
theme of the largest and one of the most active organizations ID the school, the
Alumni Society The proof of this IS IH the fact that the organization boasts 1400
To father VIctorS Feltrop goes a great deal of the credit for the succ ss of the
club for as moderator he maintained contact with those who were absent because
of the war or other reasons, keeping them Informed about activity at Fenwick
The four officers are kept busy throughout the entire year with dances and
parties ln the first semester the officers were appointed and they Immediately set
about planning the annual l-lomecoming Dance George Spehn 34 was appointed
president Robert l'leld 39 moved into the vice presidents position philip pro
vost 47 became secretary and ohn Walsh 38 was named treasurer When
the first dance of the year was completed the club began to organize another one
ID Fenwick at a banquet for the basketball and swimming teams
But besides all this activity or perhaps because of It the main purpose of the
club has been accomplished to ItS fullest extent keeping the absent Fenwick men
not only Informed about activity at the school but to keep them an active part of
Since strange as It may seem the ultimate purpose of every student IS to be
ome an alumnus the Alumni Society lS tn one organization which IS assured of
a constant and ever growing membership
Moreover the members of the Alumni Society are Important to Fenwick even
after they graduate, for It IS then that they will utilize everything Fenwick taught
them during their years under the school s guidance
But the Alumni Association IS much more than a spiritual bond between the alumni
and alma mater It forms a real tie by means of Its dances and periodical meetings
during the year
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l"lUFflIDQ the obstacles that had prevented the
lormlng ol a successlul club tn the past Fathers
ohn A lmones moderator and Francisco
Sadaba Mann assistant moderator have ap
parentlv succeeded rn establishing a permanent
Chow Glee Club at l'envvlcl4
The organization was lormed shortly alter the
arrival ol Father Sadaba lrom the phrlrpplnes
where he was stationed with American troops
alter he was bombed out of his teachlna
posrtlon at the Domrnucan hrgh school In Manila
Father Sadaba s debut ID early February
prompted about 50 students to joln the organ:
zatlon and though the croup now has a roll
ol about 35 permanent members lather has
hopes ol establushnng a QOO man group belore
he returns to the Pacrhc ln Manila he directed
a 'IOO man Glee Club which broadcast over
Radio Manila and engaged sn esland wide con
lslslng the polyphonlc music an whxch each
drllerent vonce level sungs together so as to
lorm a perlect blend the choir made lts public
debut at the Sannt Thomas Aquunas Symposuum
March 'l'l and later on at several public per
lormances lts slngnng highlighted the gradu
ation june 9
Among the several casualtzes ol the larger
enrollment thts year was the customary parents
Nrght schedule lnstead ol the previous method
ol having model classes lor the visiting parents
to vlew the teachers were assrgned lndlvudual
rooms In whlch they tallcecl with the parents
Although thls gave the parents more tune to
spealc with their sons prolessors much ol the
glamor ol prevnous nights was lost tather
Benjamrn B Myers director ol studies
planned that the large classes and small lass
rooms made ut lmposslble lor any vnsrtors to
vrew the classes so It would be best to do
away with them lhe plan met wlth unexp ted
success Father declared
For the hrst tume snnce Parents Nnght was
begun the entnre school plant was open to
vrew and the vusltors were permitted to vlslt
both lhe Wick room ond the Camera Club darlt
room both ol whuch have b en clos ol to
parents Nnght was presented Qctober lf?
lrom 7 30 to TO ocloclc and memb r ot the
Nlothers Club served as hostesses VN th a
printed schedule they made the evenang much
easter by expertly conductung the parents to
the respective rooms ol the students teachers
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l:enwncl4s last war trme msd year graduation
Featured tlwe completron of tbe lrwlglw sclwool
careers ol QQ semors wlwen tl'1ey received
tlweur drplomas at simple ceremonles following
low Mass In tlwe gymnasuum near tlme end of
anuary une 9 tl'1e lwundred odd remarnlng
sensors were graduated
lbus 99 constututed tlwe smallest mud year grad
uatuon mn the accelerated summer courses has
tory leading to the decision to present all at
tlwe lwonor awards at one trme at the u
graduation Rather tl'1an lmayung two separate
sets ol Natuonal l-lonor Society men as before
only one group was clwosen tour from tlwe une
graduates two from anuary
Qt tlwe mud year graduates most were forced
to talce tbe speeded up course so as to llnlslw
lngb sclwool before being taken by tlwe armed
services lwo men entered tlwe lVlarunes tlwe
day Immediately lollownng their anuary sheep
The men graduatung an the mld year cere
monies were ohn Brcan oseph Beewlll both
of whom later were chosen for the Natronal
l-lonorgoclety ohn Conmy Frank Eder oseph
l-lnulo Deen Holland Thomas l-lughes Roland
Keller Wrlluam l. Kennedy ohn Lambert
Eugene Macro Charles Magee Donald Mc
l-lugh George QBrlen Edward petrowslm
Edward Perdy ohn Slcehen Bruce Schorsch
Wrlluam Svehla Rlchard lhomas Francis Val
entune and Bruno Zlccarellr oseph Brdwnll
was valedlctoruan at the breakfast ammeduately
following an the Qalc parlt Arms l-lotel
Top Pncture Oppostte Page Father N D Van Pooy
grves some slcun to graduate George 0 Bruen Below
Medlatuan Top Ptcture Thus Page Father Dym
sensor moderator orates Tramp tramp tramp U
accustomed as I a F ther Von Rooy Valednctonan
for mrdyear grads joseph Budwlll Tch tch ch d
gustnngl Father B B Myers
lo the Radro Club rnrght be applred su h
adjectrves as amazing remarkable
even astoundrng Why? Because the Padua
Club whnch began ID the early part ol the year
wrth lnttle or no equipment grew during the
lollowung months into one ol the most a trve
organlzatrons IH the entire school
Wrth Father Edward lVl Robinson a the
clubs moderator the some eleven members toolt
over a room IH the basement ol the priests
house and proceeded to change It Into a lab
oratory hlled almost to overtlowrng wrth prles
of tubes wlres and condensers As the montns
passed the room became more cluttered up wrtn
equipment so the club scouted about untrl they
found another room whlch could be used lnto
this they moved a large part of therr exce s
equipment which they drd not use In therr ex
perlments or ID the repalrsng ol radios
ln April however came the club s prrze an
Army tanlc type transmitter receiver around
which the club centered most ol tts worlc IP
the theory ol radio The set whlch was given
sem ed rn a small room next door to the
storage room and proceeded to experrment
ln all the clubs membershup totaled aoout
hfteen boys These lellows spent a great deal
err I e n lear ng th lntrlca
radno whale ID the club room But the clubs
actual purpose was not merely to teach lellows
about radro but to give them an opportunuty
to learn whsle worlclng wlth the actual equrp
Top Front D Shaelds C Wlegel E Dolejs and W
Cole Rear P Smrth FatherE M Robrnson moderator
Center P Otten Cforegroundb D Mcl-lugh T Daw
W l-lamnlton and D Smith Bottom Front D Shields
C Weigel E Dolehs and W Cole Rear T Davy
D Smith W Hamilton P Smith and Father Robrnson
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dent ol the sensor Conlraternsty represent Fen
vvsclc sn the Natsonal l-lonor Socsety from the
class ol 1946
Robert Bersell both wrote artscles and c evv
cartoons For The Wsck sn hss junsor and sensor
year was on the art stall of Blaclrlrsars as a
sensor member ol the amera Club as a junsor
a nts treasurer sn hss jun or year Publscty
Club assocsate edstor as a sensor and a par
tscspant sn the Svmpossurn sn both hss junsor and
sensor year l-lss relsgsous actsvstses snclude the
vsce pressdentsal posstson of the sensor Con
traternsty as a sensor, and a Cusco partscspant
lor three years
ohn Bscan a anuary graduate served on
The Wsck as a freshman and was sts copy edsto
sn hss junsor and sensor years l-le was a tour
year member ot the Band Camera Club secre
tary sn beth hss junsor and sensor years on
the Amateur Nsght commsttee as a junsor
Another anuary graduate sn the socsety was
oseph Bsdvvsll pressdent of the sensor Con
lraternsty as a sensor, tour year football team
man vsce pre sdent ol the sensor class
Robert Dunne vvrote edstorsals for The Vsfsclc
as a junsor and sensor was Blaclctrsars sports
edstor, on The Freshman sophomore class press
dent and four year goll team member As a
soph junsor and sensor he was on both the
lootball and swsmmsng teams l'le was on the
tennss team as a junsor and sensor, baslcetball as
a freshman and Conlraternsty secretary as a
soph l'le starred sn the Dramatsc Gusld play sn
l-ss sensor year
Syrrpossum vvsnner as a sensor VN sclq asso sate
edstor ohn tncres ss also sn the socsety lhl
edsted The Freshman was tour year Servers
Club member pressdent as a junsor three year
debater as a junsor was secretory ot Amateur
Nsght and a volleyball champson as a sensor
Apposnted vsce pressdent ol the Conlraternsty
sn hss sensor year he succeeded to the press
dency alter Bsdwsll s graduatsors
Another Wsck asso sate edstor was Burton
Schsndler captasn ol the cheerleaders and
amera Club pressdent lnle was a tour rear
Vlssclc man Freshman magazsne gosssp ecstor
Pubscsty Club co edstor as a sensor ana on
the sensor Blaclclrsars stall
Rsght Corner Robert Bersell Left Burton Schsndler
Center Left ohn Endres Rsght lohn Bscan Bottom
Left lcseph Bsdvvsll Rsght Pober. Dunne
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Wlhe Mothers Club will always remember the
great sacriFices ol the Fenwick boys who have
served and are now serving in the armed Forces
oF our countrydl lhus dedicating their eFForts
For the year i945-46, the Fenwick Mothers
Club again entered into a year ol advancement,
socially, culturally, and Financially.
Founded to promote mutual understanding be-
tween Faculty and parents and to Further HFen-
wicknessl' in all spheres, the club opened it'.
year in Qctober on Fir t Friday with benedic
tion ol the Nlost Blessed Sacrament Due to the
indisposition ol Reverend Louis E Nugent Q P
tne members were greeted by the new l-lonor
a y President Reverend Anselm M lownsend
C D Breaking into the social department on
Cctober 'iQ the organization sponsored one
oF its long remembered events the Fall Cord
Guest Day style show card party and tea
rolled around on pearl l-larbor Day again ac
c ntuating the social aspect and providing en
tertainment For more than an overFlowing crowd
Thus Finished one more successFul year in the
annals recounting the Fifteen year history of the
Fenwick Mother s Club
ame February with its snow and cold but
all was not unpleasant For the Blacklriars Dra
matic Guild arrived under the direction ol
Reverend ames M Dempsey Q D to lend
their talents to the occasion
March was ushered in with a concert by the
Fenwick l-ligh School Band under the baton ol
M ohn Sovinec The program was arranged
by Reverend ohn A Simones Q P Director
oF Music A Solemn l-ligh Mass For the living
and deceased members ol the Fenwick Mothers
Club preceding the St Thomas Aauinas sym
posium brought to a close the club s month
Cn April Q6 the annual Spring Card partv
was held with its usual social and Financial
Final Function ol the club came une Q with
the annual banquet tendered the seniors at
Fenwick So ended the Fenwick Mother s
Club s year T945 46
Left Top Father A M Townsend moderator and
Mrs Paul Bowman Below Mothers Club Guest Day
Party Right Top Mr john Sovinecs band beats it
cut for the mothers Center sected Mrs P Bowman
Mrs T Cusack president Mrs R OConnell Mrs F
Vyallensack Standing Mrs E Ol?eilly FatherA M
Townsend moderator Mrs W Brown Bottom
Mothers Club Guest Day
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Wuth the inauguration ol thelr fourteenth year
as an organization the members ol the Fathers,
Club found themselves saddlea wlth more and
more labor as the year wore on
The actual beginning ol the year was the
electron ol olllcers and as the ballots were
counted the name ol ustln A Caron Sr p
peared the most and he was subsequently named
president Next ID lrne were the various class
vlce presidents sensor Leonard lVlcGee Sr
yunror Paul A Nelson Sr sophomore lhomas
Purcell freshman Wllluam loohey and Bernard
lVlcNamara lhree secretarues were named
Recording Daniel A Wanamal4er Correspond
Ing Edward Dunne Financial Michael eor
gen Paul lvlannlng Sr was elected to the
treasurer s posltlon lhe program committee lor
the vanous meetnngs was made up ol Ralph
Brlzzolara Franlc l-l Gleason and ohn
Later an the year despite the regular pro
gram ol meetings each month and such, the
Club was forced to taclcle more worl4
ln December they held the annual Football
Banquet which had to be extra speclal thus year
because nt was to celebrate a Cnty Champnon
It was alter the turn ol the year however
the toughest assignment yet the Fenwick Build
Ing Fund Drive lhls drrve which IS under the
supervlsron ol lVlr l"lugh Mulligan was greatly
augmented by the added asslstance ol these
Top Officers Suthng P Nelson Father G F Walter
Caron L McGee D Wanamalter ll Brlzzolara
Standing M Georgen P Walsh P Manmng B
McNamara W Toohev F Gleason j J CConnor
Left Below l-lerb Redding presents C Fox Alumni
award at Football Banquet Rnght l-l Devore of Notre
Dame Below judgeil F Bolton meetlng speaker
and Father Walter Rrght the Banquet Father Walte
orators at ease footballers at eos and Lynn Waldorf
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liner music, successful con-
certs, and Catholic Con-
test rating: these are ac-
complishments of the
Band since its incorpora-
tion as a school activity
in 1930. Qne ol the
oldest organizations in
the school, it has con-
stantly progressed until
now it commands atten-
tion as a splendid musical
Under the baton ol
john Sovinec, the Band
played during the past
year at numerous school
activities including all
home football games, pep
meetings, a concert lor
the Mothers' Club, at the
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Top, left: band officers: R. fVlcNernev, treasurer-secretary, R. Cormack, presi-
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Father M. M, Scannell, assistant moderator, Belowg The Musical Horseshoe."
Boxing Finals, and at both
l-lovvever the principal
musical event ol the year
was the annual concert
given in March to a
capacity crowd, thus
adding new laurels.
Another high spot in
the Bands vear vvas the
election ol ollicers, an
event vvhicn occurred For
the First time in its history.
When the ballots had
been countec the ollicers
chosen vvere Robert Cor-
maclq, president, Vern
Kelley as vice-president,
Richard hficlkerney, sec-
Vitullo ara Don Law-
inger were chosen to
supervise tne handling ol
all bona s:o'es.
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ma the h t fom the uc ess of st ar
Best Foot Forward the Bla lclraars Dramatlc: Gunld
agaun bllled a mustcal comedy for nts May play And
eyen though they ran the show Fave nights two more
han Best Foot Forfyard Good News thrs years
oFt-erung stnll left many p oole outside the theatre with
a packed house Inside almost eyery nuaht
Good News was dur ct d by Mrss Connue Alonzn
head of the Village Players a lo al amateur dramatic
Grouo and the productnon was under the charge of the
Blaclcfruars Dramatlc Guild othcers Jam sgnebert pres:
dent Donald Pomona vlce president Eugen Vodo
s cretary and Edward Van N ss treasurer Father
lames M Dempsey rs the gurld s mod rator
Top Mnss Connre Alonzx director Father l M Demo
sey moderator Left Wunnue Maher surrounded by
H Mulllaan Mclfnery T Leonard W Crvlly Far
Corner OFhcers F Voda D Romano C s tb S ln t
E Van Ness Father Dempsey Four Scholars T Davy
E Voda l Stroth R l-luspen
Kelund the Scene
As a vlsltor enters Fenwick for the hrst time the frrst thang that arrests has at
tentron as he clrmbs the steps to the corndor us a small sngn just to the right and
just above htm It says srmply Olhce but at IS perhaps the busuest place In
the School Fgr lt attracts almost everyone Thus us the domaun of the Mrsses Chrrstune
Schmrdt and Grace Ahstrom l'lere they make out the report Cards
every sux weeks send out the bulls each month fGCOfCl Gll tUIfIOFI DOY
ments, and don t forget that lnttle Item of Lost and l'ound Though
the mann part of thus department the books etc was moved down to
the basement they stlll handle the lost pens, peF1CIlS l4V1IV9S
combs, and so forth
Not lar down the hall from the altace asthe lubrary presided
over by Miss osephrne A Slmones ln this depertment
there are about 4 500 volumes whlch are lent
out IH qulte tremendous quantltres The exact
rate ol exchange IS somethlng luke 13 586 books
read durnng the year
Downstarrs rs the most Important
place un the estlmatlon of students at
lunchtime Thus rs the caleterra whlch
rs carefully supervused by Father ohn
D Malone 0 P who
stations hlmsell behind
the cash register just be
lore the rus
Preparung and handing
Mahoney Kovarlk and
Nolan Throughout three
keep the counter prled hugh wuth hot
dogs, dtnners, sandwrches cakes
and all the rest of It ln Fact hgures
on Fenwick food consumption show that more
than 3000 hot dogs are devoured each month
along with 4000 ham sandwn hes All thus
washed down by about 1800 cases of mulk
Not lar from here IS the book store managed by Father
George C Conway During the major portion ol the year
the store IS practncally empty but In the weeks just before
the two semesters begun the walls begun to cave rn for this
the r h season wuth a capntal R
The last stop un our tour of these two Floors ns the bonler room and
the private workshop of ,loseph l'lemar the ' Chief" From early rn the
mornlng untnl nught he goes about the school reparrrng, cleanung,
parntlng, and lots more
At noon he ns loaned by Mr Bablneau and together they strarghten up the
burldnng after the students leave Desks are repaired, Floors swept, window sulls
dusted, pool cleaned, water checked, and so on through four Floors and sux days
Above Mass Chrlstrne Schmrdt, Mass Grace Ahstrom, Father John A Slmones Right, top Father Conways gyp
oops' glftshoppe Center Brother Mannes, Mr Babrneau, Chief Joseph Hemar, Mrs Mahoney Below Mrs
Nolan, Cbehrnd Mrs NoIanD Mrs Mahoney, Mrs Kovarrk
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Coming I0 on the tall end ol the 1945 46 activity
season the freshman class publlshed Its annual Fresh
man Paper May Q7
The publucatlon was sponsored bv Father C A
Myers lrosh class moderator, and Former Wnclc editor
un chrel Herbert M l-lart 46, was nts adviser oseph
Kerwln was editor ol the pap r oseph l-lovorlca as
soclate editor and Thomas Reedy the buslness manager
Although the paper appeared with Q5 pages
prevrous Issues, It sold lor TOC less than 1945 s 'l5c
Unlnlce other edatlons, It was deslgned along the Innes
ol a newspaper Instead ol a magazine
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edrtor Thomas McNamara, cllustratlons edntor Rnchard Shaw, copy edltor Ernest Bartell
ames Barrett was assustant busuness manager
News wrlters were ErnestDole1s Wllllam Ormsby Thomas Morsch and Thomas Sorquust
Feature wraters were Thaddeus Leseclo and ames Svlhla whsle ames Bowman and oseph
Lies were sports writers Artist was Charles Weigel and WIllIOm Santoro was chrel typlst
Members of the 1946 Freshman Paper staff Joseph Kerwln edrtor us third fro-n left rn the thrrd row
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