Fenwick High School - Blackfriars Yearbook (Oak Park, IL)

 - Class of 1952

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I .. .I -I-I 4--.4I.'5iII.f-:IggJ?-.IIII-gig'.I.iI'-IIT. 5' .- -I.,' -I.I-'I'.I.-2.I--15'-III-I.I-I..-.Q II I H I X -I ...II II-I, - I- -.1 . 1 , z af- ' . .4 -'Ij:..,.t.I,-,I.- -"F-',. ,I',- , ' I-,. ,fn-3 - - -..' " I Q' If .- -I I.-I , fb "f 'fW54' -7.7-L'f"f5?1'3'FEC'-ZF?-5.f-Tf.-'- 14:-F ff" '4 'if'-'--VL f" ' "'v.'fr.xJ"'llL':! . in 1 H. I A- af' . . - V' s -A 'bainirk-'f4'v4"' 3 1 Y -'f ir 4 fu A 4- f f - Q W www .. NN . ,QQW Qqvg x --VP -", - 'Q . . .,..,,. ww .. ,. Q- X, - I - ,, ..., S ,....,,2.. g..,f: 4:5 3 1,553 ,V 4 M x u K N, 1 + ,gr-'.f:.::,,,: "' IU. fl J, Q, X :,.,..,,-,H ff - .... , W W, ,.v ff -iilwfiwxfwifwi- Kiwi 'M PL "" REVEREND G F WVALTER, O.P., LL.M. pfihdkdf . . . With the close of the school year, Father Walter completed his second term of office as principal of Fenwick High School. Coming here in 1942, he taught the social sciences for four years and was elevated to the position of principal in 1946, where he has remained until now. Father Walter has worked untiringly in gaining for Fenwick the prestige it enjoys today. He is past-presi- dent of the Chicago Catholic Boys' High School Principals, Association. Page 10 14 mini tratio REVEREND A. Nl. TOWNSEND 0.I'., M.A. Director of Stffrlics, liusimnvs Law, Mothers, Club ln addition to his tasks of teaching Business Law aud moderating the Nlothers' Club, Father Townsend has the assign- ment of helping the students choose their high school course and later, de- cide at which college to further their education. These have heen his official duties since 1948 after the death of the late Rev. B. B. Myers, O.l'. REVEHENID C. A. MYERS 0.l'., B.A. Iiireetor of Discipline, Senior Class Morlerator Coming to Fenwick in 1946, Father Myers taught M Latin until 1949. He then assumed the duties of Director of Discipline. Since then he has efficiently kept ahout a thousand stu- dents under coutrol every day. Page 1 1 B ww. Wwe N :gsm 'Y fl LLP' V . ,Z 12 A- A, ,.1. .., 111.5 -A:A 2 J S gk A 3 N ,ff X H: 5 in X 2 . ' ' -1's:sss-22' 5 L ' Y' K in X M1 5 5 X : .aww M, J .' my , 13 2 ' Nw V , WS' my if 2 Wu. . LNQQ gt 3 ---:' ,:-b . 5 , ..., . -it .... J. Su acuity . . . Very Reverend N. MORGANTHALER, O.P., B.A. b-Prior, Latin, Director of Athletics Reverend I. R. TUCKER, O.P., B.S. Physics, Mechanical Drawing Reverend A. l'. REGAN, O.P., S.T.Lr. Religion, Speech, Symposium Reverend XV. D. VAN ROOY, O.P., M.A. ' " G -rman, German Club, ' ' nd hflgllhll, L Director of Building Fu Reverend 0 P B A. G. G. CONWAY, . ., . Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry, Solid Geometry, Plain Geometry, Senior Debating Reverend I. D. MALONE, O.P., M.A. Economics, Sociology, Civics, Amateur Night Reverend J. A. SIMONES, O.P., B.A. Latin, Moderator of Band Reverend J. W. REGAN, O.P., M.A. Religion Reverend I. J. MADRICK, O.P., B.A. Algebra, Geometry, Camera Club Reverend C. M. FISHER, O.P., M.A. Chemistry, General Science Pa P""llv. ullQSav,.,m ge 13 l"1'. l'Ixp11wvxpl11i11s thx' IH1lj'SiL'ill sl1'11c1111'1' 111.11 1-111111111111 111151 111 N111'gi1' 111111 X -lm' lxr11g1 1' pl'i'I7il1'l'5 llis 111-Xt History l1'ssr111, f:HIllll'lAlX XY,ltt'IIt'S Suvinki 115 Ill' cliviclvs law. fl141111l, ll::14l.11111lAl111ly gvi 13l'llL'tiL'1ll 1'xp1'1411'111-1' in l,l!f'Sil'S 1111111 lfr. li11l1i11s1111, l.11li11 11111-N 11411 PIIZYIC' -I. Virxi llllll U. lDX'UI'Lll'i. Num 4 5 ,1- Yacultq . . . Reverend M MCCOWAN, O.P., M.S. d Algebra E. . Ceometry, Advance , Solid Geometry, Director of Drives Reverend E. M. ROBINSON, O.P., M.S. Physics, Radio Club Reverend O P M.A. D. D. SMITH, . ., English, Speech, Moderator of junior Class, Dominican Bulletin Reverend L. V. NADEAU, O.P., M.A., M.S. Ceneral Science, Clee Club Reverend W. E. CONLEY, O.P., B.A. English, Asst. Athletic Director, Grammar School Sports, Raskethall Tournament, Cheerleaders Reverend SCANNELL, O.P., R A. M. M. .. , XN'orld History, lomore Class, Moderator of Sopi Sea Scouts Reverend VV. D. BRADY, O.P., B.A., S.T.Lr. Religion, Moderator of Fathers Cluh Reverend J. A. HENRY, O.P., B.A. English, Speech, Moderator of Alumni A Reverend T. C. DONLAN, O.P., S.T.D. Religion, Director of Religious Activities V Reverend E. F. BROWN, O.P., B.A. -h junior Debating ' Spanish, Speec , Page I3 mms in , 2 -:Ja af F 5 A QQ' allele? iff' 5 A was Q me W' ,JD ' WX 114: 'V x ,Lg NK f N13 V 5 Yacultq . . . E. M. McGONV , . ., Ceomctry, Advanccd Algebra, Solid Geometry, Director of Drives Reverend IC. M. ROBINSON, O.P., MS. Physics, Radio Cluh Reverend D. D. SMITH, 0.P., M.A. English, Spccch, tor of Junior Class, Modern Dominican Bulletin Reverend ' lN1A M.S. V. NADEAU, 0.l., . ., General Scicnec, Glec Club I.. Revcrcnd VV. E. CONLEY, 0.P., B.A. English, Asst. Athletic Director, Cranunar School Sports, Raskcthall 'l'ournalncnt, Cheerleadcrs Revcren d 0.11, B A. M. M. SCANNELL, Wforlcl History, Moderator of Sophomore Class, Sea Scouts Reverend VV. D. BRADY, O.P., B.A., S.T.Lr. Religion, Moderator of Fathers Cluh Reverend J. A. HENRY, O.P., B.A. English, Speech, Moderator of Alumni D Reverend T. C. DONLAN, 0.P., S.T.D. Religion, Director of Religious Activities Reverend E. I". BRONVN, O.P., B.A. -h junior Debating Spanish, Spec-L , Page I3 mf' 'Q Q,Q,,t,,mil"" A Q xxmmwmyml """hlnqgq W f v ,X kill fMvCAJb,uKXf S . XM' Q Wg ,ygw 1 -. Wnvvgmzv , V 1 5 if A" A N 4 'rf ,,.. l!Ef'm1 U H ?acultq . . . I. R. COMEAU, O. ., . ., English, Speech, Economic Geography, Blackfriars Guild Reverend C. ESPESO, O.P., S.T.Lr. Biology Lwwffffj Reverend ,H I. I. HREN, O.P., B.A. j 'Q Latin, Servers, Cluh Reverend f D. P. BRADY, O.P., B.A. A Latin, Blackfriars Reverend R. M. DOOLEY, O.P., Ph.B. Religion, Grammar School Sports, Moderator of Freshman Class Reverend B. SIMARD, O.P., B.A. French, French Club Reverend M. K. HOPKINS, O.P., Ph.L., S.T.Lr. Religion, Astronomy Club , Reverend J. G. WHALEN O.P.. B.A. English, Spee- Blackfrinrs in R. CWALINSKI, B.A. American History MR. T. R. KNIPP, B.A. -l'.'u, Wick English, journ.1ls1 Page 17 wiki - Q W iE , in an-"F" il, AMW K2 . ,1, .,,, . , Q5 L, If 5 1 Q- 5315 ffxw 'WX fig 5 Q QB faculty . . . NIR. C. 'lf POLK. PLS. Algl'llI'il, c:l'0ll1t'U'j' NIH. I". X. STl'fCUER'l', BS., NIA. Mode-rn llistory. ' llistory, Hiflv Club SpamislI-Almwlcaul Uffce Staff MRS. IIAZEL IAECER ON IVISSF NELS MISS MAI .. , Knot DiL'tllI'K'dD S t. bominiclf Priory Vu-ry Rc-vvrcnd V. S. l"EI,'l'HOP, UP., KLA.. Prior R4-vc-re-nd li. KELLEIIEIK, O.l'., KLA.. Prm-uratur Bl'Otlll'l' AICLE. 0.P. LOUIS MARIE D Broth:-r MICHAEL ML-C ' 0.l'. REAL. Brother DONIINIC li 1 ' ' 0.15 OTlIh.RINC.. Bruthcr BERNARD ARN l HCINI, O.P. Brothm-r 7.l'. li0BI'IR'l' Sl IEPARD, K P. Y um, There is something about every school that is greater than any of the individual members of that institution. We call it "the school spirit." The spirit of a school lives on while the participants in its life play their part upon the stage and then pass on. The spirit of a school is like a golden chain. It is made by all the students of the school, but it is only as strong as its weakest link. The spirit of Fenwick is the spirit of all Fenwick's students. It is great. It is wonder- ful. But, we must humbly add, it is capable of improve- ment. May the striving of every Fenwick student be for constant improvement, and may God reward their striv- ing with ever greater perfection. The Treawured bgzloma 1-Q' vw N f -A . '-f 5-A W ff ' .Y -Q 'Quik H fp - ' ' 7 4, Y my .15-XMmfffq-Lgfxiq-gzwf-.ifSzffmyx -,f::s,f1afQ.2f,-f:sewn A ., f QQ, W, QQ, if-44-wwf 'MS7'fu5a,s:1:jm 11wg1-jfzfgrfgfzf , . 5 955222 ' - wk! Lim 21' :2-.Ii- if 'I .- fmg,ga5f',f Lg, pig, W W "' -.... .. ..... ......, , e.:g1.,,MWW ,354-fkiqqv , K. A L f W - ., 'fg,5E ,ff vQ:1ff ir 4' Q M V ' 'iifmxm .- AHERN, JOHN J. LASl'l'll-Yfllll, Unk Park-Busks-thnil lg Cmn- vru Club lg Daniuc Ccmmiittvc- 4: Foulhuil 23g ll1fI'2lIIllll'1llS 1.25141 'l'rz1ck 3. ALLEN, JAMES T. St. Gihfx. Oak Plll'ligAlllLllL'lIl' Night 3: AStl'UllOlIlY 3,41 IUtl'illIllll'2llS 1.23141 Swim ming l.2,3,4. AMOROSA, EUGENE V. Sf. Tl1lJ7H!l.S' Aquinas, Cl:imzgu-Aiiuxtviii' Night 4: IIlfl'illlIlIl4iliS 4g Riiic- Club 4, ANDERSON, JOHN O. Asccrisimi, Oak Park-Anmtviir Night 53.-1: Dum-v Coliiinittvc r3,4g Drumutics 4: Fmmtlmll lg Iiitrumllralis 1,2,3,-1. ANDERSON, KEITH C. Sf. Catlicrim' uf Siena, 0111: P!ll'1i--iJl'1l- matics -ig Iutraumiruis SJJQ Hiihi Chili il: XVic-k 4. BACHMANN, JOHN D. Inznmculrzlcr Cmirvpiimi, Cl1ir'11,qn-l"oot- hull 15 B21SkCtiJ2li1 2,3,4g IIltI'1llllll1'1llS 1,2,S,4. Senior Clolss Officers Sftlllllflljli Hoyne, Chu'k. Siiling: Cywinski, Fr. Myvrs, Uiliciliy The Clam v 1952 Page 22 ARRON, JAMES W. I. Tlmnms Aquiurm, Cl:iwzgn-liuskz-tlmull ,2,3,-'lg lllLl'1lIlllIl'illS l,2,3,4g Nutiouul lomu' Socivly. ARRY, RICHARD A. t. Callivrim' nf Siwul, Unk Park-VVick ,lg Bllll'lilil'l1ll'S 43 Aumtvur Night 3,-lg lll'2lllllIfillS 514. EIFUSS, JAMES E. 1, Lrlry, ChiragniIfoutbull lg Alllllfvlll' ight F31 Iutrauuuruls l,:2,93,4, ENDIG, RAYMOND J. r.x'l1l1'r'rlim1, filIfl'll,QlI-Alllilll'lll' Night 3: uutlmll lg Blill'lQfl'lill'S 45 Iutraunuruls 12.3,-11 XVivk ?'S,4. ENIACS, JOSEPH S. '. Lukv. Oak PllfkAllIll'2lllIlll'lllS l.2,3.4g K'I'IIl2lll Club 4. ENSON, MICHAEL R. '. I'1'N'r Cr1ui.viu.s', CIIif'!1,QUflll2lK'liliTl1lI'S 53, v-vclitor -lg lutrzuuuruls l,2,3,4g XVR-li 4: Cvrumu Club 41 Nzlliouul Iluuur mia-ly. The CIMA 0 1952 Pzlgv 23 BONACCORSI, RALPH A. Sf. Bnrtlmlnnicw, Cliir'ug0-Dum-v Com- llllLtl'i' 4g Iutraluulruls l,2,3,4g Sorvvrs' Club l,2g Catholic Action 253,45 Fresh- luuu Spa-vc-ll 1. BONUS, ROBERT L. Sl. Gillis, Oak PlIl'k-Bl1lCliliI'i1lfS 45 Dunne Cuuuuittm- 3,43 Il1Ll'2llllllI'illS l,2,3,4g Stump Club 1,2g Cvrluuu Club 4: Nal- tinuul lluum' Socic-ty. BOROWIAK, WILLIAM W. Mary, Oucuu of llcavcu, Ciz'cm-Aluzltvur Night 3g Dum-v ClDllIlIlitLl'L' 41 Intrauuuruls l.2,S.4. BOWMAN, HENRY C. Sf. lfrlmuucl, Oak Prlrk-Dailicv Couuuit- tvv 4: IlILI'klllNll'2llS 1,2,3,4g VVick 4. BRENNAN, LUKE J. A.s'c'z.'r1.s'io11, Oak PllI'kfAll12lfl'lll' Night 4: Fuutlmll 2g Iutrzuuurails 1,2,3,4. BRODERICK, JOHN T. Sf. Prffm' Crmi.s'iu.s', Clzivugo-Balml l,2g Intruuuiruls 123,45 Cc-rumn Club 4. BRONDER, THOMAS C. Sf. Pascal, Chicago-Dance Committee 1 FZ-neh Club 4g Football Lg Intramura 3, . BROUCEK, GEORGE T. St. Luke, River Forest-Football lg Intr: murals l,2,3,4g Radio Club 45 Swin ming 1. BURNS, ROBERT M. St. Vincent Ferrer, River Foresl-Se Explorers 29 Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Rif Club 3. BURNS, ROBERT N. St. Luke, River Forest-Amateur Night 45 Dance Committee 35 Football lg Intr. murals l,2,3,4. CANNON, LEO J. Our Lady Ilelp of Christians. Chirago Amateur Night 35 Football l,2,3,4g Intr murals 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,J3,4. CARON, GERARD W. Ascension, Oak Park-Basketball French Club 4g Football 1,2,3,4g Trai 1,24 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. H 71.6 Clam 0 1952 'X CARSTENS, JOHN J. Sl. B!'l'lllll1lIll', Forest Prlilc-llaxslcetlmll l, 2,3,4g lflllllllllll l,2,3.4. CASEY, JOHN J. St. Giles, Oak Park-Dmice Committee 4g Football l.2g Iutramurails l,2,3,4g Truck S,-1. CASTY, ROGER L. Sf. Caflzcrim' of Siena, Oak Park-Cmiv vm Club 2,51 Amateur' Night 33 Claw: Club lg lnt1'a1muruls l,2.3,4g Mmiugc-1' 2. 5 CHIRPKA, GERALD L. Sf. ltvltrfiriflrizl, Cllil.'Il,Q1Jgl,jlll1Q'i' Couunit- tm- 35 lntraumirals 1.2.3,-ig RiHe Club l. CHRIST, BASIL A. R1'sur1'c'1'lion, Clllifllgll-Bl1lL'liiF1'lLll'S fig lu-- traunuruls l,2,f'S,4. CLANCY, THOMAS J. A.S'Cf'1l.S'fUll, Oak Park-Amateur Night 3,1g Blzlekfriurs 4g Dance Committee 3,41 liootbull lg Illtl'Llll1llI'2llS l,2,3,4. Page 24 LARIZIO, LEON G. t. W'iHiam, Clzicago-Cainvra Club Ig lance Committvc 4g Intramurals I,2,3,4, ZLARK, RICHARD C. I. I.ukc', lliuvr ForC.s't-Aniatz-ur Night ,4g Blat-lil-riars 43 Dance Committee' 3,45 Jraniativs 31 Intramurals I,2,3,4g Trask g Swimming lg XVic-It 3,44 Class Trcas- rvr 4g Catholic Ac-tion 2,3,4g National Ionor Socivty. IOLE, JAMES F. Fur Luffy of Vivtorll, ClI,lC'll,QU-l?00LI?2llI 4 Intramurals I,2,3,4g Amateur Night 4. ,OLLlNS, DAVID E. ..S'l'L'7l-YIIHI, Oak Park-Baskvtliall I,2g lanc-L' Committc-v 35 Football 1,2,3,4g ntraulurals I,2,3,4g National Ilonor ocic-ty. 'ONNERTY, GERALD J. fury, Ozwmi. of Ilvzivmz, Cir'Uro-Intra- iurals 3,4. IOSTELLO, ANDREW D. t. lVilli11m, filllf'll,Qt7-CilIlIK'I'il Club Ig Jramatics 93,41 Football lg Intramurals 2.3.4. The Claw o 1952 Page 25 CREIGHTON, EDMUND J. SI. Bf'l'llllfI1lHl', Forvsf P1ll'k-AlIlilI1'lll' Night 3,'4g Came-ra Club IQ.: Dann' ClJllIlllIlLl'l' 44 Dramatius -11 Intranuirals l,2,3,4g Swimming I,2. CROWE, JOHN E. Sf. Vizllor, ClIft'll,Q!3-IlllfillllIlI'IllS l,2,3,4. CULLINAN, JAMES M. Sl. 1'Il'f'!lllIfllIll, CILIIYQQIJ-AlllilLl'lll' Night 93,41 Dancm- Committvv 4: Football 2,3,4g Tran-I4 535 Intramurals I,2,3.4. CURTIN, EDWARD T. Sl. Mary of Cvllv, Br'ru:yn--Baskc-tball l,2,3,4g l'lI'l'llCll Club 4g Football Ig Sl'I'VltI'S, Club Ig Intramurals I.2,3,4. CUTLER, JOHN L. Illllllllflllllft' Cmirwptiori, ClIll'!l,QUfIllll'il4 murals I,2,3,-4. CYWINSKI, JOHN S. Sf. Virzcmif Fvrrcr, Rivvr Fnrr'xI-'I'rac-k 3,44 Basketball 2g Dancv Coinniittvr' 2, 3,4g Football I,2,3,4g Intramurals l.fZ.,3.4g Class Ofliccr Vice'-I'rc-siclc-nt I,2, Pre-sidvnt 53,45 National Ilonor Socivty. DOOLEY, RICHARD E. St. Luke, River Forest-Amateur Night 4, Basketball 2,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Dance Committee DORAN, PATRICK E. Sf. Mary, Riuerside-Intramurals l,2,3,4g Cerman Club 4. DOUCETTE, DONALD B. St. Iuliufzrl, Chicago-Freneli Club 45 Intramurals I,2,3,4g Rifle Club I,2. DOYLE, JAMES M. Our Lady of Charity, Cicero-Debating Ig Football 1,24 Intramurals I,2,3,4. DREXLER, RAYMOND F. St. Mary, Riverside-Ainateur Night SQ Camera Club I,2,f3,4, Dance Committee 3,45 Intramurals 1,3. DUNNE, JOHN P. Sf. Giles, Oak Park-Swimming 1,2,3,4: Blackfriars 4, Amateur Night 3g Dance Committee 4, wick 3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. DADDONO, ANTHONY St. Mary, Riverside-Glee Club 1, Cer man Club 4g Intramurals 1,2.3,4g Man ager 2. DADDONO, WILLIAM St. Mary, Riverside-Golf 23,-1, Cerma Club 45 Intramurals 2,3,4. DILLON, JOHN R. I-lesurrectirm, ChiCag0AFo0tbaIl Ig lntra murals I,2,3,4. DI VENERE, VINCENT L. St. Mary, RiversicIc'4Iutra1nurals I,2.,3,1 DONAHUE, THOMAS C, St. Thomas Aquinas, Cllicugo--Baslit-tIJa Ig Intramurals 1. DONOVAN, RICHARD O. AiS'CU1l6'IlJll, Oak Park-Iutraumrals 1,2,3,1 Yviclc 3,-1. The CIMA 0 1952 Page 26 DUZENSKI, LAWRENCE E. SI. lVilIiam, Clzizmgo-Cainvra Club lg lfn-nch Club 45 Clc-v Club 1.25 Intra- murals l,2,3,4. DVORAK, JOHN F. SI. Burlmru, BI'UUkfiUI!1-L'lI'l'llL'l1 Club 4: Intrunmrals l,2,3,4. DWAN, FRANCIS A. Sf. .lm-wplz, Snmmi!-Aniatm-ur Night -I: Astronomy 45 Blackfriars 4: Camvra Club 45 Dam-v Connnittm' 45 Frvnch Club 45 NVic-li 3,45 Intramurals 25 National llunnr Souix-ty. EGAN, THOMAS J. lir's11rrf'c'limi, fJllif'lIg1U'fAllltlLl'lll' Night F35 llaslwtball L35 Intramurals 15253,-11 Track :2,3g Football l.2,3,4. FEELEY, ROBERT J. St. Lukv, Iiiwfr I"nrcsIfAniatm'ur Night 43 lntramurals 1,253.45 Swimming 1.2. FINAN, JOHN E. Our Luffy llclp of Clzristillns, Cllifllflllg Funllmall l,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,253.45 Na- tional Ilonor Socicty. 71.6 Claw of 1952 llagt' 27 FITZPATRICK GERALD D. Pms-wimtimz, Chicago-Intramurals 3,45 Amatc-ur Night 45 Basketball 35 Dance Connnittcc 45 Football 3. FLAHERTY, BERNARD J. Sf. I,vmmrrl, Berwyn-Intramurals 2,5145 liiflc' Club 4. FOX, RICHARD S. St. Burlmrrl, Brookfield-Foutbzill lg Intra- murals 1.2,3,4. FRAINEY, ROBERT W. SI. Paul of the Crass, Park Rirlgc-Ainm tvur Night 3,45 Golf 1.2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3,45 Swimming 1. FRANA, DONALD F. SI. Ozliln, Berwyn-Intramurals 1,253,115 Cc-rman Club 4. FRIDLUND, ROBERT J. Sf. Giles, Oak Park-Blackfriars 45 Intra- murals 1,253.45 Stamp Club 1,2. GITS, GERALD B. Sf. Mary, Riverside-Blaekfriurs 4, Cum- cru Clulu 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Xvick 3,4. GOEB, JOHN J. Sf Catlzcrine 0 Siena Oak Park-Foot . . , 3 P f. , lmll lg Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GONNELLA, ROBERT A. Sf. Giles, Oak Park-Blackfriars 45 Intru- muruls 1,Z,3,4. GROGAN, JAMES C. Si. Giles, Oak Park-Football 1, Intrzunu- ruls 1,2,3,4. GROSS, RONALD T. St. Ferdinand, Chicago-Football 12,35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GROW, WILLIAM E. St. Vincent Ferrer, River Forest4Dancc - Committee 1, Intrzuuurals 1,2,3,4. GALASSINI, ROBERT E. St. Priscilla, Chicago-Am.lteur Night I Dance Committee 2, Intrzunurals 1,2,3,1 Rifle Clulu 1, Truck 2. GATSAKOS, ALBERT J. St. Peter Canisius, ClliCll,QU-RRICIIO Clu 253, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GIANNETTI, FRANCIS J. gig flIl7'11lIl!I-S', Oak Pllfk-LI'1LI'illHllI'JlIS GILLIGAN, EDWARD F. St. Tlzrmias Aquinas, Clzicaga--Buskc-tlm 1, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GILMORE, WILLIAM F. SI. Edmanrl, Oak Park-Intramurals 1,f 3,4g Swimming 1. GILROY, JAMES F. Re.s-1n're1'tim1, Chicago-Amateur Night 5 Band 2: Intramurals The CIMA 0 1952 Page 28 5 . f AGGERTY, JOHN P. 1'.s'urrr'r,'tim1 Clzicclffn-Almntcrllr Ni fbt 3, , r-. 1- Cilllll'l'Al Club lg lutrauuumls 3.4. ALI., RICHARD J. '. FI'1lIICi.S' Xavier, La clfllllgl'-l?I'l'llCl lub 4g II1ll'llIllllI'llIS l.2,3.4. ALI., RICHARD W. '. Lulw, liiuvr l"m'c'.s't-'lulrauuuruls I2 -I ANLEY, KENNETH R. I a . Angvlu, CIIIUIIQU-Allllltl'lll' Ni 'ht 3: I- motlmll 31 lllll'illlllll'AllS l,2.3.4. ANSEN, DANIEL J. .-cc'n.s'im1., Oak Park-lntrnmuruls l,2,3,4 ART, STEPHEN P. mtlmll I,2,3,4g lnlrauuumls l,2.3,4. :rfz'rz.s'inr1, Oak PurkABaskc-tlmll l.2,3g lee C1444 0 1952 Page 29 HASTEROK, BARRY G. Sf. Priscilla, ClliCIlf.f0-IlltfllllllIl'AllS l,2,3,4g Rifle Club lg Stump Club lg German Club 4. HAYNER, ROBERT W. St. Francis Xavier, La Gfllllgll-l'lI'K'IlL'll Club 45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. HEARNSHAW, CHARLES E. St. l"r11nc'us of Horne, CICCIYP-Billlil 23,43 Cuuu-ru Club 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4g Radio Club 2,3,4. HELGET, WAYNE A. A.s'1:c1wion, Oak Park-Intramurals l,2,3,4g VVICIQ 3,4. HENNELLY, ROBERT J. Sf. Catherine of Siena, Oak Park-Buskct- b.1ll4g French Club 45 IIltl'1Il1lllI'illS l,2,3,4. HENNINGS, BERNARD D. Notre Dame, Chicago-Intrzunurals 25 German Club 4. HENRY, JAMES D. St. Vincent Ferrer, Hiuvr F.nrc.s'I-Ainiitci Night 35 Dnncc Connnittc c 43 lntlgnnl ruls 3.4. HEROUX, FRANCIS A. St. Luke, River Forest-Anintcnr Night 5 Bzlskcthull 44 Frcnch Club 4g lfootlxill 1 Riilc Clnh 1g Intrznnnrnls 1.2.3.4 HOFFSTETTER, RONALD E. St. Mary, Ritzcrsidcf-Buskm-thnll lg Foo hull 1g lntrannnrnls 12.3.41 cicflllil Clnh 4. HOGAN, GEORGE W. St. Lconzlrfl, Berwyn-Intrunnnuls 1.2.3,- Rifle Club 45 YVicIi 3. HOLMBERG, THOMAS .I. St. Luke, River FOTU-Sf!-B1lSlxCLIJ1l1I 1.3 Dance Connnittcc 3,4g I11Il'tllllllI'illS 1.23, HOLMES, LAWRENCE T. St. Catherine of Siena, 0111: Park-Intr murals 1.2.3,4g S1-11 Exploit-rs 2. The C'laAA of 1952 HONQUEST, RICHARD A. St. Vinccnl Ferrer, Riser FlIl'L'.YffAl11tlLL'Ill' Night 4g Dnncc Connnittcc 4g Footlmnll lg 11lLl'lllllLll'illS 1.2.3,-4. HOWARD, JOHN R. Sl. l"crrIi11m1d, CllIL'llgl7'Cllllli1TLl Clnh I: lntrznnnruls 1,2,3,4. HOYNE, WILLIAM E. Sf. Ifdnznnd, Oak PUl'k!AllltlL0ll1' Night 3.4. Bluckfrinrs 4g Duncc Connnittcc 3,43 lfcmtlmll 1,2g Truck 123,44 VVick 3,41 f:CI'Il1ilIl Clnh 49 Class Officer 4g National Ilonor Socicty. HUBER, WILLIAM B. St. liflnirnxrl. Unk Park-Ainntcnr Night 3,4g Dnncc Connnittcc r3,4g Footlmull 1,2g Intramurals 1.2,3,4g Truck 1.2. JANIS, EDWARD K. St. Angela, Cllicngn-Ainutcur Night 4. Dnncc Connnittcc 41 Intramurals 23.4. JOY, WILLIAM F. St. Peter Ccznisins, CllIL'll'g0-IIltfilllllll'LllS 1,2,3.4g Ccrmun Clnh 4. IUNIUS, RONALD J. 7111' 1.111111 Il1'Ip nf Cl11'i.xti1111.s', Cl1i1'11,qn- Illl'1lllllll'2llS 4. CASPER, FRANCIS C. il. l.1'1m111'1l, Bl'l'lL'ljllilJilSIil'llhlll iq lfuut- mII 1.23,-1. lutrauuurnls 1.23,-Ig 'l'1'uc'Is l Nillllllllll Iluuur Sucic-lv. ZAVANAGH, JAMES F. il. l'f1il111n1'1111, EIIIIIYIHU-lJilllL'l' Cnuuuil- ll I lmmtlnll I 7 lull mls I I , 1 ,..., 'lllllllfl .' 9 . KELLER, EDWARD J. PIII' 1.111111 nf lfIll'IUl'lj, CJIIIIYIPQU-ll1lI'llHIll 7 z1Is l,L,3,-lg C11-ruulu ZELLEY, JOHN F. Club 4. l.v1'1'11.vi1m, 0111: Pflflx-lllll'llllIllI"llS I 9 'J 1 1 . ....,- ,-.. KELLY, JAMES W. X.s'1'1'11.s'i1u1, Oak Pllfk-Alll1lll'llI' Night 3.4g us I IJ llltl C'mu1uillc 1 '3 4 In 7 Elm-kI'ri1 - 1 a -- - a . w I'1lllllIl'illS I,2.,3,AIg lI.llllU Club I Swvvrs' 'IIllIl lp 'I'ralL'Ii I.2,?3 I' VVil-I4 3 4 The Clam 0 1952 Imgf- SI KENNEDY, JAMES F. SI. I4llkl', RIl'l'l' Fnrvst-Aluulm-ur Night 3,45 Bzlslivlbull I3 Duucv ClblIIlllllll'l' 3,43 Iutrzuuuruls l,2,3,4g NVick 3.4. KING, DONALD F. Sl. Lulw, River l'IIH'C'Sf-Illll'lllIlllI'1llS l,2,3. KING, THOMAS J. Our 1.111111 llclp of fJlll'I.S'lillII.Y, Cl1i1'11f.51H Buucl 23,44 Cluucru Club l,2,3,-lg Danci- Couuuittcc 4. KING, WILLIAM H. Sr. Fr11n1'is Xrlvivr, L11 f1lYI1l,LfC-Rllli' Club Ig Illll'lllllllfillS 1,2,3,-lg IJAIIICK' Cmmuit- tm' -1 KLEIN, JAMES R. SI. M11r11 of Cello, Berwyn-Aumtcur Night l,2,3,4Q IIlll'1lll1llI'1llS l.2,3,4. KMOCH, ANTON C. St. Bllrllllftl, Brankfield-lutruuulruls 1,2 LAVIGNE, HILAIRE J. SI. Pz'troniUc', Glen Ellyn-Amateur Night 4g Freueh Club 4g Illt1i2lllllll'tllS 1,25 Swim- ming l,:2,3,4. LAWINGER, ROBERT F. ASr:w1.s'i1n1, Oak Pllfk-All12ltCllI' Night L25 lluncl l,2,3,4g Cauueru Club Dru- mgties 35 IIltl'klllIl,l1'tllS 1,253,115 Rifle Club I 1 . n I-N - LECHOWSKI, ROBERT I. St. Pll.S'l'llI, Cliicugo-Baud l,2,3,4g Cum- eru Club lg Iutrumuruls l,3,4. LENEA, GEORGE H. fx.S'CL'llS'Ill'11, Oak Park-Aluzltelir Night lg Dance Couuuittee 35 lutrzunuruls l,2.3,4g llille Club l. LEWIS, RICHARD J. HC.S'lll'I'l'l'fI0ll, C,lft'!lg0-BltlCIifI'ltIl'S 4g Cum:-rn Club l,2,3g Dance Committee 45 llruumtics 153,44 Intramurals 1,2f3,4g NViek 3,45 Nutiouul llouor Society. MACKENZIE, KENNETH A. St. Angela, C11ICIIQOfIlltl'illHLl1'1llS l,2,3,4. KOLAR, JOSEPH C. St. Leonarcl, BerwynAIniramuruls l,2,1 Rifle Club 1,4. KREMER, RICHARD J. Inznzuculate Conception, CIIICIQQIF-III murals l,2,3,4. KROGER, JOSEPH J. St. Giles, Oak Park-Dance Comuiittec lIlI.'I'tllIlllI'ilIS l,2,3,4g Swimming l. KUTA, ALEXANDER E. Il7lf1Il!lL'llI!lfU Conception, Chicago-A1 teur Night 4g Football 233,41 lutrzunu l,2,3,4. LACKOVIC, THOMAS P. Sf. Francis of Home, Cicero-Duuee Cc mittee 2,35 Football lg lnirzxmuralls l,2,f LAROCCA, THOMAS D. St. Angela, ClIiCllg!P-Illtlklllllll'tllS l,2,f Rifle Club l. The C'laAA 0 1952 Page 32 XSINI, RENO J. l"c'r11inmuI, Clzirugo -Astronniny Club Cznnvru Club l,2g Clm' Club 2,8Q Intru- iruls l,2,3,4g llillu Club 2,3,4. XVIGLIANO, NICHOLAS F. Lulw, Itiizrfr l'lUl'l'-YI-Cilllll'l'1l Club lg nu: Cunnnittmf 4g IllLI'2lllllll'ZlIS 1.2.5141 Im- Club 1,2534 Drinnutivs 4. ERKES, ROBERT F. Cf'I1'xIiru', lflllllnnul Park 'IlIIl'illlllll'1llN JJ,-Ig llillm' Club l,2,f3.-I. ESENBRINK, RALPH M. lir'rn111liuf', l"m'1'.s! l'11rk-Ainzitt-ui' :Int 31 Cuuu-ru Club L21 Duntrv Cmn- tm- 2,4g Drinnutics AI: Intraunuruls ,3,-1. TRIK, PETER F. 'rzvl llmrt, .IIz'Im.v1' 1'rll'k-Cla-v Club ,-lg lntraunuruls l,fZ,33,4. YER, RONALD C. lJ!'f7lllll'fl, B!'I'llf1llI-Alllilfvlll' Night 3,41 ckI'ri:u's 4g Dinict- Cmninittw- -lg Intru- ruls l,2,3,-lg ltiflv Club 1.4. Wit-k 3,41 tiunul lluunr Socii-ty. The C'laAA 0 1952 I Pnga- 33 MICHALISKO, PAUL E. St. YVilIiz1m, Clzicugo-Ainatour Night 34 l3luckf1'iz1rs 4g Scicncc Club 35 NVick 3,4g Nutionul llonor Society. MILLER, JOHN J. Sf. Gilcw, Oak l,fll'k-BllSIiK'LIHlII lg Intru- llllIl'illS 1,2,3,-4. MOORHEAD, LOUIS D. Sl. Gilrw, Unk Park-Bzincl 3,Alg lfrcncli Club 4g lntraunuruls l,2,3,4g Svu lixplnri-rs lg Sl'I'Vi'l'S, Club l,2,3,4g Swiuuning I. MORAN, TERRENCE J. St. Luke, Itiucr Iformt-Ifuntbull l,2,3,4g lntriunuruls l,2,3,4g Clnss Ollit-or 1,2. MORMON, ROBERT F. Our 1.111111 of IIIcrCy, fjllilfllgll-BQISIQULIDKIII 1,35 Football l,2,3.4g lntraunurnls I,2,3,4g 'IwI'1ll'Ii 23 Ct-rinnn Club 4g Nutionul llnnm' Socicty. MORSE, ROBERT G. llnlu Trinity, Downers Gl'lIUC!CllIllt'f2l Club 35 Intrunuu'uls 1,3,4g Swimming 1,2. MURIELLO, JOHN J. Ascension, Oak Park-Amatr-ur Night Dancc Comlnittcc 4, Football 1: In murals 1,2,3,4. MURPHY, ROBERT J. St. Celestine, Elmwoorl Park-Can' Club lg Intrainurals 1,2.4, Ritlc Clul' MYALLS, WALTER A. Immaculate Conception, Elmlmrsl-A1 tour Night 1,2,4g Blat-Lfriars 4, Da Committcv 4, Dcbating 44 Frcnch C 4, Intramurals 123,44 Wit-k 3.-14 tional Honor Society. 1 MCCARTHY, GEORGE E. Sf. Giles, Oak Park-Blackfriars 4, C ora Club 1,2,3,4g Intramurals l,2, Radio Club 1,2,3,4g VVick 2.3,4. MCCORMICK, JOSEPH A. St. Luke, River F0re.s't!lJanc'v Connni 3, Football 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2, Class Officer 23. MCELLIGOTT, GEORGE G. Asccfnvion, Oak Park-Football 1: In murals 1,21 Swimming 1,253,145 Cori Club 4. ml 71.6 Clam 0 1952 3 MCGOVERN, JOHN P. Sf. Mary's, Hlljlfl'-S'llIl'-IllL1'1llllllI'lllS l,2,3,4g Swinuning l,2. MCGUINN, WILLIAM M. Si. Ciluv, Oak Park-Amateur Night Dam-1' Counnittcc 3,41 lllLl'1l.llllll'1llS 1,2,?3,4. MCGUIRE, EDWARD J. , Sf. CvIc'.s'li11c', Elmuroorl Park-Camera Club lg Dvbating lg Intramurals l,2,3,4. MCGUIRE, WTLLIAM C. SI. Ifzlmunzl, Oak Park!Cauu-ra Club l,4g Intramurals 1.2.3, Raclio Club 1,2,S,4. MCKENNA, THOMAS J. Sf. Fl'!IHI'i.S' Xavier, La Granga-Basks-tball l,2.3,4g Football Captain 4: Class Ollit-4-r l,2,3g National Honor Society. MCNANEY, ROBERT T. SI. Vinraut Farrar, River Forest-Black friars 3, Co-Editor 43 Chcvrlcadcrs SA, Intramurals l,2.3,4g Servers Club 23,41 XVick 3.4: National Honor Son-icty. Page 34 cSTEEN, THOMAS F. . Prisrillu, Clll!'!l,LflIflD1lllL'C' Cunuuittcv lg lIlLl'ilIl1IlI'illS l,9,3,4g llill 4' Cluh l,2,3. EWMAN, HAROLD D. . Lukv, River FlIft?.S'f-lj1lIlL'K' Couuuittw Footlmll 24 lntrzuuumls 23,44 CL-rmuu uh 4. OLAND, PAUL H. . Catherine of Siena, Oak Plll'k-lJtlllQ'4' muuittvc- -lg lfoothrlll lg lllll'illIlllI'i1lS 2,:3,4. AKEY, JAMES A. :r'cn.vfm1, Unk Park-Amutcul' Night 3,4g .lllCl' CIDlllllllLLL'l' 3,45 Intramurals 1.2.3, llillv Cluh lg Spanish Cluh 4. 'BRIEN, EUGENE P. . Elllllllllll, Oak I,lll'kiAllItlll'llT Night Duucz- Comluittvv 3,44 Intramurals 3,-lg Spanish Clnh 4. 'BRlEN, TIMOTHY J. . Oflilo, Berwyn-Iinskvtlmll 1,2,f3,4g motlmll lg Intrzuuuruls 1,2,3,4. -JP' 71.6 cfm 0 1952 Pzlgu 85 O'CONNOR, JAMES E. Sf. Catherine of Simm, Oak Park-Dance Couuuitta-c 2,3,4g l"rc-un-lm Club 4g lutru- lllllI'1llS l,2,3,-lg llitlv Cluh lg SVVlllllllllUl 1,2,3,4. O'DAY, WILLIAM J. Sf. Crltlwrim' of Siena, Oak Plll'k-AIllil- tc-ur Night 3g llunuo Cjfllllllllllllt 3,41 lfootlmll lg IIlLflllllllI'3llS l,2,3,4. O'NEILL, JOHN E. A.w'en.9imr. Unk Plll'kAAlllilll'lll' Night 3,45 Bzlskvtlmll 3: IJSIIICQ' Comluittvc- 3,41 lfoolmll lg ll1tI'klllllll'lllS l,2,3,4g Coll' 31 Spanish Club 4. O'REILLY, JOHN P. St. Paul nf the Cm.v.v, Park Hi1l,qv-l"oul- hull lg lIltI'2llIllll'2llS l,2,3,-lg Swimming l,2,3,41 Cll'l'lllilll Cluh 43 Class Olllcm-r 4. O'REILLY, ROGER K. IlI'1S'lll'I'L'l'filHl, fjlllfflglll-Clilllll'Fil Club lg Dum-u Committee 41 lfootlmll l,21 Intru- mumls 1.25144 llillv Club 4g Tvnuis O'Sl'lAUGHNESSY, THOMAS St. Gilrw, Oak Park-lutrzulluraxls 2,3,4. REYNOLDS, ROBERT J. St. Giles, Oak Park-Dance Committee 45 Swimming 15 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. REZEK, GEORGE T. St. Mary of Calle, Berwyn-Amateur Night 45 Blackfriars 45 Dance Committee 45 I1lt1'll111llI'i1lS 1,2,3,45 Wick 3,45 Rifle Club 4. RICHTER, JAMES L. St. Leonard, Berwyn-Intrnimirals 1,2,3,45 German Club 4. R!GHElMER, ROBERT J. St. Vincent Ferrer, River Forest-Intiw murals 2,35 Rifle Club 35 Servers Club 2,3,4. ROGERS, RAYMOND R. Sf. Williams, Chicago-Camera Club 152. RUDER, DONALD J. its 4101111 Bosco, Chicago-Radio Club The 61444 PARIZEK, RICHARD J. St. John Bosco, Chicago-Football 1 Intrzmiurals 1,2,3,4. PAWLOWSKI, MARION J. Sf. Ladisluus, Chicago-Ainnteur Nig 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PUTRIM, PAUL G. St. Anthony, Chicago-Football 15 Baski bull 15 Dance Committee 45 Intrzunur. 1,2,3,4. QUINLAN, JAMES M. Sf. Catherine of Siemz, Oak Park-Came Club S5 Dance Committee- 45 Intramur: 354. QUINLISK, LAWRENCE A. St. Ferdimlnd, Chicago--Intriunurnls 2 3 4 7 7 ' RACINE, LAWRENCE S. St. Edmunds, Oak Park-Camera Cl' 152,35 Dramatics 2,3,45 Radio Club 1,2,3 o 1952 Page 36 JSHFORD, ROBERT G. . Fvrflinllml, ClllCHgfJ4AIl12lLCllf Night 'S,4g Band l,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,4g lclio Club 1,2. IAN, EDMOND M. . Celestine, Elnuuuful Park-Dcbating 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4g liaclio Club 1.2. XLERNO, ROY D. ur Lady of Sorrmus, Chicago-Amateur ight 3g Baskvtball lg Dancer Committc-0 Football lg Intramurals 3,4. ALMON, ROBERT F. . Angela, C11icugofliznskvtlmll 23,45 tramurals 1.23.44 Stamp Club lg Swim- ing l. KSSETTI, RICHARD J. . Giles, Oak Pnrkflilackfriars 4g Dra- atios 45 Football l,2. AUER, RONALD J. . lllllllfv fllllfllplfl-Cltlllll'I'il Club 2g Intra- urals 1,2,3,4g Amatvur Night 4. The Claw o 1952 Page 37 SAVISKI, FRED E. Sf. CIlfllCl'l1l6 of Sicnu, Oak Park-Ama- tm-ur Night 3g Blat-kfriars 4g Camera Club l,2,3,4g Dance Cl7llllllllLl'l! 24 Glcv Club 4g IllLl'illllllT2l.lS l,2,3,4g wick 3,-4. SCARO, JOHN R. Our Luffy Ilvlp of Clzri.s-tinn.s-, Chimgo- lftliltllllll lg Intramurals l,2.3,1. SCHAYER, EUGENE T. A,Vl'!'7l-Yifill, Oak Pllfk-AllltlLl'llI' Night 3,4g Blackfriars 4: Dancc Cmmnittm- 4g l'll'0IlCll Club '44 Cla-0 Club 2,3414 Intramurals l,2,f3,4g XVit-lc 3,45 National llonor Socicty. SCHELEWITZ, THOMAS J. Surrrfzl Ilmrf, Mvlrosc Park-Colf 3,4. SCHlNDLER, PAUL T. Sl. Gilcw, 0111: Park-Calnvra Club lg Clicm-rlvaclvrs l,2,3,4g Glu- Club 23 Intra- murals 1.2,3.4g Radio Club lg Cz-rman Club 4. SCHNEIDER, DONALD P. St. Cyprian, River Grove-Amateur Night flg Debating 2g Dance- Committvc 2,3g Football lg Intraniurals l,2,3,4g Swim- ming 2. SERIO, MICHAEL H. Sf. Viiirwiif l"z'1'l'v1', RIITUI' I"o1'a.s't-Ai11i1- Ivur Night 3: Cmm-ral Club l,2g Intra- IIIIITLIIS l,2,3.4. SMALLWOOD, CHARLES T. St. Virzrwit Ferrer, River Forest-Anmhmi' Night 3,41 Blau-kf1'iz1rs 4g Frcuch Club 4g Clvu- Club 2,3,4g lllL1'llIlllll'illS 2,44 Svrvcrs Club 3,41 NVicIc 3.4. National Honor Socivly. SMITH, JAMES .I. SI. Mary. IliUrfMille-Buslcctlmll 23 Dunno Committvv -Ig lIlfl'illlTlIl'2llS 2,3,4. SPRINGER, KARL E. Sf. l"ranr'i.s' Xavier, La Gl'llllQl?fIl1Ll'2l- uiurails 1.2.3,-1. STEEANI, RONALD H. Sf. Angalrl, Clii1'11,Qo-Footlmall, Truck 2, 3,4g Intrmmn-als STEFFEN, THOMAS B. lninulvulalcf Comvpfion, Clzicago-Iuh'zv murals 1.2,3,4g Truck 2. Page 38 SCHOONOVER, RICHARD J. St. Mary of Calle, Barwgfn-Aimltm Night 1: Band 1,2,3,4g Bluckfriurs Cumcru Club 23,45 Drnmaitics 1g XVick SCHUKAY, JOHN J. Divine Infant, IVcstcIiester-Amutz Night 44 Band 1,2,3g Intrzlmuruls l,2,3 Radio Club l. scuLuoN, PATRICK J. ' Sf. Bartliolomcw, Chicago-Footlulll IflI'l'2llTlllI'illS 1,2,3,4. SCULLY, CHARLES F. St. Giles, Oak P11i'k-Baxskc-tlmll 1,2 Intramurals l,2,3,4g Spanish Club 3,4. SERAFIN, PETER J. St. Jamas, Chicago-Dzmcc Commit 3,4. SERAFINI, VICTOR R. St. Viiicant Ferrer, Riuer Forvst-Aumtc Night 34 Intramurals 1,2,'3,4. The Claw 0 1952 'EINBACH, RICHARD C. . l3c'rnrulim', l"orz'.vI Purlc4Duucc Coul- ittc-1--'lx lllI'ttllllll'illS l,2,3,4. VRUCKMAN, RICHARD W. . Gilcw, Unk Park-Aluutc-ui' Night 33 trzluumlls 1.23.44 'llrzu-k 4. JLLIVAN, BERNARD P. . Prfrr CIIIILSLIIS, fllliI'Il,f.fOA-Alll2lLl'lll' ight 3,415 Cuuu-ru Club l,2,3,4g Truck fl. JLLIVAN, CHARLES L. . lirlmmul, Oak Park-Dum-v Commit- t- -13 Iutrzuuuruls 1,2,3,4. NIECA, JAMES E. . C4llt.YflllIl't', Cliirczgn-lfootbull lg Gulf 253,41 lutrauuuruls l.2,3,4. NISHER, CHARLES F. Hllflflllllll' Cmurwplizm, Iilmlzur.s-t-Bluck- iurs 4: Czum-ru Club lg Datum- Commit- vs 23 lJ1'butiu5.Z l,3,4g Ulm' Club 2.3.43 ltrzuuuratls l,2,3,f1. The C'laAA o 1952 Page 39 SZOTT, JOHN A. Sf. Cyprirm, RizzvrGrmfr'fAumtt'11r Night 3. lfuutbull 1.3.4. TAESCHNER, ROBERT E. Sl, I,z'm1r1r1l, Bt'l'llj!lll'AIlltllt'llI' Night 2, 3.-4g Buurl 1,233.41 Blau-kl'ri:u's 4: Cum- 4-ru Club 1.2.3. Dum-v Cuuuuittm- -lg Ch-tr Club 3.4. lIlll'1tlllIll'illS l.2,i3,-1: Sm liv- plurt-rs 2g XVick 53.45 Elt'I'lll2lll Club 4. THOMETZ, CHARLES F. Hr'.siur'1'r.'r'limi, Cll1ll'll,Q0-lllLl'llIlllll'ttlS l,2,3 -'lx Hitlt- Club 1.3.4. TOUZINSKY, GERALD F. Sf. Gillw. Unk Parlc-Astrmimuy -lg Blucla- l'riau's 4. lfootlmll lg Ch-c Club -lg Intru- lIllITillS I,2,3,4: Sviz-m-0 Club 2. TRANKINA, FRANK A. St. Mnuilfll, Cllll'llQf74Alllillt'lll' Night 3.4: Dumw- Colnlliittvvs 4. Iutrauuuruls l.2,3,4g Swiuuuiug l. TUERK, CONRAD J. Sl. Iizlmzmrl, Unk Pllfk-Allltllt'lll' Night 41 lJz1m'v CtDlllllllllt't'S 4: Il1ll'2lll1lll'tllS l,2. 3,4g VllL'IltllS l,2,3,4g VVit'lQ 53, TWOH EY, DONALD L. Our Lady Help of Christians, Chicagi Intramurals 1,2,3,4. UECKER, JOHN T. St. Francis Xavier, La Grange-Blac triars 3, Asc. Editor 45 Intramurals I 3,4. VALLEAU, JAMES W. St. Giles, Oak Park-Amateur Night 3, Astronomy 45 Dance Committees 3, Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Swimming 1,2,3, Wlick 3. VITHA, JOHN R. St. Barbara, Brookfield-Amateur Nig' 35 Intramurals l,2,3,4. WAGHORNE, ROBERT A. St. Angela, Chicago-Dance Committm 45 Football 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,- Huclio Club 1,2,3. WHALEY, JOHN E. St. Giles, Oak Park-Intramurals 1,2,3,1 German Club 4. The Clam of 1952 WILLIAMS, FRANCIS F. Ascension, Oak Park-Amateur Night 25 Band 1,2,f3,45 Camera Club l,2,35 French Club 45 Glce Club 3,45 Intramurals I,3,1l5 Sou Explorers 152. WINDSOR, DONALD A. Sf. Vincent Ferrer, River Forest-Band 12,35 Intramurals 2,3,4. WORLEY, MARVIN G. St. Lucy, Chicago-Amateur Night 4g Intramurals 1,2,4. Page 40 ?enwiclf, 0 thee we Aing . . . THE SCHOOL SONG Hail, dear old Fenwick High, All hail to Thee! Our Alma Mater, we pledge our loyalty, For Thee we'll ever strive Victory to gain. The White, the Black, brave sons will never lack Her glory to retain. Then fight with a might reflecting the courage of Fenwick men, What though we fall Fenwick will rise up and iight again. ' Thy Name and Honor bright we will defend To God, to Country, and to Alma Mater Faithful to life,s end. +lxa+--- FENWICK VICTORY MARCH March, Fenwick, march down the Held, March, F riars, march Men of Steel. We conquer our foes and wield A fearless strength that reveals Our loyal Men never yield. Fight, Fenwick, fight to the end, Fight, Friars, iight till we win. Fight for our colors, Black and White, And for Fenwick and victory. Page 41 national Honor Society A class of two hundred and eighteen from four hundred applicantsg twenty chosen from these two hundred and eighteen: only the hest of the better are in the National Honor Society. Again this year twenty sen- iors were elected -to the Na- tional Ilonor Society hy the faculty. Elections to the so- ciety were conducted hy the llev. Anselem Townsend, OP., Director of Studies. He sulnnits the names of those blames NV. Barron Michael R. Benson Rohert L. Bonus Ricllarcl C. Clark David E. Collins john C. Cywinski Francis A. Dwan john Finan William E. Hoyne Francis C. Kasper Page 42 National Honor Society seniors who have maintained a "Bn average to the faculty. The faculty then selects the twenty society members, care- fully weighing the services rendered hy each candidate to the school. Scholastic achievement, personal character, integrity, leadership, and participation in extra-curricular activities all play a vital part in the se- lection of these twenty men, enrolled in the nation-wide society. Richard Lewis Thomas McKenna Robert T. McNancy Ronald C. Meyer Paul E. Michalisko Robert F. Morman Walter A. Myalls Edmond M. Ryan Eugene T. Schayer Charles T. Smallwood Page 43 ? - r FUN' Mf g Q' I l Page 44 anior Junior Class Officers S tanding: Gaddini Fr. Smith Bigali Sitting: Shannon M addock Ahate, M. Ackerman., J. Ahern, VV. Ala-sin, I. Asc-her, R. Auer, R. Bachncr, C. Burnett, W. Barron, M. Battagliu, V. Behrenclt, R. Bertaut, N. Bicek. R. Billings, J. Blackwell, S. Bolzan, L. Borkovcc, K. Borkovcc, Ii. Brault, I. aniom 'ijuli0, D. P. Brown, R. ' -2221.1 Burke, j. . Burns, T. Butler, F. illlilllllll, D. Cnllulum, C. Canur, J. CkllltfK'll, D. Cnpitnnini, B. Calrlmn, B. nrzoli, li. -'.' 5 5, ' Calsvy, YV. Chestnut, J. I Clliaro, J. ' 2 --rV' . Clmclvral, -I. Qf' 5 ,Q 93' .- Cllott, E. 'E QL? i 2 .-'wr ' 31 -s..,,.,.-1--1- E '54 y,.,. oflmun, I. Colm, D. Collins, H. Conroy, D. Constcrtina, J. Corrigan, R. 1. Q- '... ,,r-,, i ' 3 1 4 Cox, lf. Cmkv, E. Cruclc-lc, li. Cum-k, 1. Cvucll, li. D,Anmto, lJ,,AlllUl'l', C. IJ1-In-llis, ll. D1-ku. 'l'. Dc-limo, NV. l3l'lill'L'O, l.. Dvscrto. S IJ4-mlm-, D. Dolxvrty, 'l'. lbmmtollo, D. Doocly, QI. Douglu-rty. ,I llriug, l'. lJllQlil'u, ll. Dufly, L. llllgjlilll, J. Elmlwvrl, YV. Enright, ll. Fuul, L. Q, R unior Fcrronc, J. Fiedler, R. F ioritc, F. Fislwr, M. Flynn, T. Fortin, I. Frunkowski, R. Frnzin, R. Fritz, T. Cudclini, R. ---. , :,V:,. , ,Q Cuzzolo, F. ,I-N -lll Clllltly, T. .1 Gill, H. Gilliggm, P. . ff . , -.- J Glilnco. J. Cocclvrt, J. ClJl'Il121l1, L. Grulmlm, C. Cralmnm, L. Crinllcy, I. Y Grunt, R. EES Gustuiniw, A. Guttmun, F. , ,,,:.,.. c ulul' lf . . , wx Hams, F. zu- . , 4 ' K Q Hahn. N. v"' lb' x is Q gl 3 Hullorun, R. l Handley, G. . g53?'i .gQfi:f ' F Q? Hanson, J. .... I ,.,, if b A H Z,IWwiiiizz gg i Q 'A U ' 'Q ?EQf322if'3.LE ' .Q .'AA- Q "":': F . F I lill'llCy, R. H' qub Hurt, P. '-'l' , 4 .l',' 33 ",'A3 :'- Haulbl, L. ..,- Hlqntz, B- it .',' ,,..: "': 1 ,"' 'mf HL-lnrich, T. - .."- 3 .-A- 3 I I "": Hi gginS, C. ,. ,., Q S3 ..... -I . f f Hogzlil, T. A A QIAAK N . H011111111, P- .'., ,-"" S ',.-, 4. ,.,..' Q f A Holland, H. "-' "- l "'..,' Q . ..., H01'kif1S,R- fi F ,.,. :LQL .',W2 gli. HUSS, F- ff' 'Ziff' .,,.,.. . .... , .. lg .Q -' JHHHS, R- Y HWY ' 'l.:" 5 ...., zfi V"' .-. A K 1 I b fi jublonski, R. '- I a n janlnick, R. Q 5 Icndras, S. ' I 5535 Jones, R. I Sz. ."'- V 4 Jones, W. -, - ' ..w.3' ,:? Joseph, N. " 'N.,.. :jf ' Page 46 univr ldalx. -I. jucly. G. Karas, D. Km-vnan, D. 'W H . , , ,:fA 1-v iz I :.,, J 1 if x M. J . .. Kwan-fly, U. ':,V 5 ,"- . ' ' A Kvrwin. l'. 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I 4 AVEA z 4 ' I I QWVS Milota, 06... ..,, v,,s . - -' W f Q- J: l lbalgll: g 55.5, I ,ff ' XJ H - - .iz X... . Mm-- -' .,..,., : ,I 'I 'Z' Moorschbavclu-r, R. Q wi fa TJ - Mongovvn, TJ. . -:-: 'f jk - , . i f .. 5 T 4 Ikioorlu-ac, E. Q .qv A' ':.A f ' M Ab., f " Moyrrahan, I. Q 1. Azl, x ,., E 53' Muldownvy, T at. Q - f Pagu 47 Purichy, I. Pccblvs, P. Pcndcrgust, T. Pcrry, J. Plu-lun, K. Piotkiewicz, C. Przybylski, W. Quinn, E. Ruclnwski, K. Rvgcr, T. Rczek, R. Rigali, W. liilvy, P. Roach, I. Ihmlmcrtson, R. Rossi, Roth, E. Hyun, M. H. Hyun, M. Schimzl, F. Sclrlzxcks, P. Schultz, P. Sculliou, E. Sebcsta, union Murphy, M. Murphy, R. Murray, Fm. McCormick, I. McCue, T. McDonald, C. McDonnell, J. McHulc, H. McHugh, T. McMahon, E. McMnl1cm, W. Nichcle, I. Nicmiec, NV. Noland, 1. Norvillc, A. Oukcy, I. Oaks. D. OtBTiLxH, W. O'C0nnel1, M. O'C0n,nor, I. O'Connor. M. O'Keefc-, R. Pabst, G. P11 ge 48 unio wgvr, lf. S1-ilu-11, D. Sf-wf-ll, H. S1-xlon, C. Shzlllallmaln. nunnun. lu. Slum, P. SllK'lll'l', Skzu-lm, -I. Skrzycllm-wski, 'l'. Smith. ll. llifll, H. SlllllSZkil'XVil'Z, D. Sfilllllll. li. SU'ill'llS, A. Sh'i5.51'l', T. Sta-in. YV. vpim-11, U. 'l'ul'p1-y, I. 'I'IlllHl'll1l'l', I. 'Hn-L-s, C. 'l'l1ic'lvlL, li. 'I'ilmm', I' Page 49 ? 'l1I'illllK'l', L. 'I'rush, D. 'l'rybl1l, 'l'. 'l'vvz1rdus, li. Tyksiuski, M Valiuisi, lx Xvllll Pc-llin, Vim-Kimi, C. Voris, C. NVz1lsll, YY. NVzmclry, AI. VVAIUS, li. XVUHIIILUI, I". VVlnulv11, D. NVl1iston, D. xVii'dl'lIlilllll, .I NVilh1-lnl. C. XVill, D. XVism-r, li. xVOjCil'L'll0VVSki. P. XVoody, xvfigllt, l". NVronn, N. Wnmlmlwc-I, Sophomore Sophomore Class Officers Wzilsll, Sullivan, F Page 50 r. Scannell, DW yer, Larocca Almplzmulp, W. Adler, R. Allison, R. Augusty 11, R. Buguulo, P. Barnett, L. Boull, T. BL-hrmuu, H. Boll, O. Biunucci, A. Bingen, R. Blicklmlm, E. Bulger, I. Bolgcl, VV. Boltz. C. Borowski, N. Slyzlwmo e 7llL'llill'd, M. Bmxrjalily, P. Boyd, R. '4'Sillj.fll2llll, I. Brictsou, D. Buck, S. Blli'kll'y. I. Burm-tt, D. Burns, I. ll'lS0ll, G. C.urroll, -I. Curmtlu-rs, I. cTilV1Illilj.fll, H. Comm-lly, K. Comm-y, li. nwdrill, D. Cox, VV. Crilly. I. Crowlvy. J. Curtin, -I. CIIITQIH. C. Pagv 51 Cusick, 'l'. Dauliclm, R. ml.-y, 'li Dzunko, 1. D'Angm-lu, Daulivl, l lJm'vullc'y, lf. Dx-vitt, IJ. Driscoll, -I. IJllK'l'illL'k, P. Duggam, -I. Dvora Dwyvr, T. Ell51'1'L'l1t, IC. EIIIIIIUUS, I". liuright, ll. Faulning, VV l"00lcv I lfc-llllossy, 'l'. Fc-1'1'mu-, -I. Ifigivl, D. Filippi, H. l"innvga1n, l l'lm ll 4 . ling lk. IJ Ki-imc, R. Kc-llvr, D. Kvllilicr, Kr-lly, T. Kvyv. Kilt-y, R. Kimmel, T. Kizior, R. Koger, F. Krumlovsky, F. Kurtz, T. Kutak, R. Kuzyk, J. Lafoncl. A. Larabee, F. La Rocca, R. I. La Rocca, Rolnt. Lawlor, I. Page 52 Sophomore, Fleming, P. Fleming, H. Frauzcu, T. Galinis. I. Galvin, R. Caspcrs, J. Graham, W. Granc, H. Grcgory, D. Greig, J. Grossman. L. Hank, H. Hartnett, VV. Haviland, N. Hayvs, R. He-ffernan, R. Higgins, F. Holloway, NV. Hunter, IC. james, R. Jarvis, YV. Jennings, I. Judy, K. Justus, I. Kasper, ll. Kavanagh, G. Keele, J. Sophomore -ally, C. L1-sliv, J. Libby, B. llig, IC. l.it0l1orski, C. lawf. J. Lupvz, D. Lorr, j. Lyon, A. aclcla, C. Nlacltlvn, -I. Manning, D. Marche-lya. N. Margiotta, V. Marston, -I. ariin, VV. Mvlom-, C. Mic-uc-ci, C. Milli-r, I. Milosh, I. Mining, P. ituraj, j. Mmlrick, IC. Mommy, J. Moran, F. Moran, J. Morris, 'l'. x Page 53 Mmrissvy, J. IW1llC'HIll'l', P. lNluIcal1y, I. 1xIllHK'lllMlL'k, 0. Myscofski, li. McArthur, li xll'C2ll'lllj', I. McCarthy, VV. ML-Em-ry, C. McC0ld1'ick, 'l'. lNlcGl'1'vvy, C. McMahon, -I rX1L'N2l!lllll'kl, AI. Mc'Stv0n, II. McSWcvnvy, Nargic-, j. Nash, li. Nash, J. Rvclfz-urn. VV. RL-nn, R. Robe-1'son, -I. Roclw, 1. Ruonvy. J. Rose-lli, K. liusscll. D. Sczmlzm. M. Scanlon, W. Schvfc, J. Schcjbul, NI. Schlvssc-x', .I Schmid, C. Schncidcr, VV. Schulfcr, NV. Svncfcu, R. Scntman, L. Scvcrino, R. Page 54 Sophomore. Nivc, M. Nigro, J. Nissen. D. O'Bricu, C. O'Conn0r, 'I'. Oclkcr, D. 0'Ilug1m. J. O,Ke01'c, YV. Olivvr, C. O'M4-urn, I. OI1gl'1l1llL'll, K. Pzlchtcr, VV. Punfil, R Pzlolini, A. Pnssnrvllzl, L. Pauly, -I. Pcrgamdc, F. Pcslwk, R. Pvtrllcci, E. Pikoll, P. Pollard, II. Powcrs, Praznn, R. Priguhamo, If. Przybylski, I.. Qninlisk, P. Ruuzi, C. Sophomore wc-ro, Shunnrm, R. Shaw, D. SIICCIILIII, I. wrlock, D. Sinkuln, j. Sk:-lufll, Sloan, R. Slohl, li. Slllifhlk XV. mlm, li. Spvrry. lf. Spvvalk, I". Spinguln, li. C. Spingolu. li. VI. . . T Spht. . mlun, ll. Stair, l'. Ste-skall, 'l'. StTllL'kIll2lll, Ii. Sullivan. li. Swatch-, l'. vc-1-lucy, -I, Sze-lm-pullink, D. YI1lIil'S, B. rlqllillllillill. J. 'I'iNwitts, XV. 3 --., if ... A If 1 Ni llblllllll. .35 ff 4 324 sl 'f Page 55 X. J. 'l'wmm'3'. NV. Tyllltki, li. X'Y2lll'llti. VI. Vzm Dc' YVQIHQ-, Valvrok, 'l'. 'l'flllIO, A. Virzi, -I. NVa1ll1-11114-1'g, lf. XVAISII, M. VVilf1'l'S, ll. VV4'iil4'l. XV. XViIll'lll, li. Xvllluiil, M. NVojc-ik. R. XV0lf, R. Young, U. Zikillbil, M. li. rwlumen Nw Freshman Class Officers Bicek, Gallo, Fr. Dooley, Cim Abutc, I. J All:-n, I. Ancona. J. Anstiss, C' , gp-.1 --Q A o Q :,,, A, ., ,.,, so s os ss s s so Amon, G. ,.,, A 5 - ' ",., Q. s is as 1 Y K F X sv ,,f:""w,. , ' ' ASM- J. j ,M Bllfllmn- C- . M : Q 7 5 V L 1 4 We Bzlrutkal. 1- Sw ' ? :,,,,. 1 Q ' X S 5 Lmulayk , BV11lll'f"I-film, D- I 5 51 "., - R BUCIIIQIII, T. Y : 1 34 53 mm is A 1, K s -Qs , X V7 ,Vg V,,: I L Ng,-:Wi V KM! Bollzmdi, J. 1 ez 'll I :.,5 Bf'1'9iki1-A- --.s .. ,v Tis G 4 3' z , .,:1-.1 sr: ,'s. 11 . Q B , v yy, ""'- sg? "'. -5 J 5 2 ' ':.,,,' ii.:-' x xx ig?-rry, YV. .AAV ' 1: 4--fi 5 Q ax' 1 g g: A y Bvshk, L,'-, Q. k .,g5f , ,,'-. g - li: :QV A ma ,-. V -t I. Big-ck, iii: .1 4 .M .,.., 4 ,-:: .. 8 Vvg, 'K 3 -,.., ,,1:,o, I z I o ffgiigsf S ' Page 56 3 ,.,,, In ino re lumen licvlx, -I. Bic-clkn, I". Ilorkovvv, C. Srnnson. W. I3rvitz'nstc-in, T. Bronmnn, YV. Brown. C. linrkv. M. C. Bnrkv, M. -I. rnssann, D. Brymg ll. clill1llll'I'SK', Cnllnlmn, IC. Cnrroll, ul. Cnrroll, M. .4-mfli, S. Lnnino, l". Collins, J. Collins, P. Conlvy, lf. Connor, 'l'. mole. ll. Coonc-y, NV. Corlmnlly, P. Cranvforcl, Il. Cnllcn, I". Cnlls-n, K. Page 57 4- . Cnnninglnnn, T. Curry, J. Dnclclono, l'. Dnlnn, C. Dalton, XV. Dell Aqnilln ' Vto, 'l'. D roogv. -I. Di Mnggio, V. Dnlmin, -I. Eckstoin, C. Iiisfr-ld, 0. l.,ll.1, -I. Fagan, NV. For-lc-v D l"vr5.f11scn1, YV. lfloocl, M. Folvy, J. Alustrub, R. jvmmiugs. S. AIQIWS. P. Iorclalu. juycv. P. Kass, M. Kzlssvl, NV. Kutis, R. Kc-Hy, P. Kvmpkal. C. Kvxmlmcdy. Kiliun, S. Koch, A. Kolinski, H. Kolodzicj. R. Kmuim-k. L. A. Kovitclm, I, Krictvr, H. Page 58 re lame Fritz, I. Frost, R. Cnlmric-1, C. Gnlioto, C. Gallo, R. Gorman, YV. Crave, XV. Crulmm, M. C:l'lllll'I', R. Griffiths, E. Crow, j. Hujck. J. Hallorzul, E. Hzumm-rs, D. Ilunlcy, H. Ilurt. C. Ilolwrg, T. lim-k, I. Iloffgvvvll, li. lluglu-s, VI. P. Iluglws, R. I. Ilummvrt, I. lluspvn, F. Imlwr, Ingram. H. Jams J. e lumen ronlu-rg, I. Lallms, W. Lu Joni-, D. aunlwrty, T. Im Vatu, H. l.alsn-urn, j. Lnwlvr, nl. Lvvn, M. Ll- Ifc-vrv, C. ,ism-lmn, I. Lurr, R. Imwtlm, H. Lumpp, li. Lusk, D. Lynvll. .I Iugaljvwski, N. rX1ilC'LK'l1.I10ll. 'l'. V M M ,.,, i V 1' M as QF ww u ,L Mzlclclvn, nl. Muivr, I. Mzlliziu. N, Khlllllillll, 1au'c-n, P. Martin, Marlin. li. Mm-lvin, M. Aiillilil, Mimur, D. 1' Page 59 Monzlc-0, lf. Niilllilghllll. M. Montic-gc-l, 1. Muisvngal, I. Mullvn, tl. Mundy, j. Murphy, li. Murraly. nl. Murray. P. Murraly, 'I'. Muscam-lla, li. Musolf, I". Musturi, F, McAlllc'y, K. McBriclc'. I. M4-Briclv, 'l'. McCall, -I. Mcllmwlllott, D. Q , , " F , . U A Au ' .aw Plachy, R. Powcrs, E. Prcston, J. Rabold, M. Reynolds, F. Riley, T. Rislwr, R. Rogan, I. Rogc-rs, J. Rollo, J. Rooney, D. Rooney, P. Rosnti, VV. Rosncr, C. Rossi, L. Rowdcr, J. Rowdcr, W. Rullmunn, R. re lnmei ML-Dcrmott, I. ML-Donough, fl. McCann, T. MQGCC, R. ML-Coldrick, I Mc-Govern, R. MQ-Cowan, M. MQKCC. E. RICL-lllgllllll, I.. Nm-lligun, D. Ncvillv, NV. Newman, VY. Nickclc, R. Muciszc-wslxi, F. Page 60 Nolan, D. O'BriL-11, T. O'Conncll, E. KTCZOXIIIOIQ YV. 0,Donnc-ll, B. Olmstcucl, 1. OI1Cll'QlL'C'li, E. Opvlkzl, J. 0,111-illy. P. CYSlm11gl1ncssy, I. Ost1'11nclcr. I. Pcrvll, l'. Pidgmou, M. E 2 re lumen nks, E. Ryan, J. llntlcoski, M. ylwrg, 'l'. Sain, K. Svliaclitv, J. Sclnniclt, 'I'. SL'llT0l'Cli'l', B. Sclinlwr. II. slmcsslc-r, C. SL-nllaircl, P. Svlvaggio, I. Shannon, li. Skrzycllvwslci, hl. Slonika, ll. llllll. Slllltll, H. Sp:-valc, N. Spina, J. Stvlwig J. Sullivan, I illivan W Ioal, 1 . Troy, ll. Trzos, F. Uznianski. K. Page 61 vida, F. Virzi, A. Vonclrasck. R. Walsh, J. Watts, E. WH-lirs, NV VVc'tzcl, C. NVQ-ynn rutli, WVR-lclanclvr, R. Wic-ncck, S. VVolfra1n, Wilson, J. Wilson, L. C. Wollcnbcrg, E. Wood, R. Woolscy, A. Wren, I. Yorvlc, li. While participation in extra-curricular activities is not a necessary requisite for the receipt of this diploma, it is certainly necessary for a well rounded education. It gives the student a fuller appreciation of the school and of his classmates. The numerous clubs and activities afford oppor- tunities of varied interests. The student can join a group that specializes in the type of pastime that interests him. These general groups include the arts, the sciences, the religious activities, languages, and social life. These clubs offer the student not only many hours of enioyment but also practical experiences in an interesting and profitable pastime. lee Trezwured bqeloma vxwfweswmxagu WMS :sawed A "' 'sw A x rx NN 455135 .f N 1 ..,. , a-,.., .ff 4 , . Nlr. Alohn Sovinee ?enwiclz lf land Fenwickis contribution to the orchestral divi- sion of the musical world was handled capably this year by the Band, as it has been since its inception in 1930. A goodly share of the praise must be showered upon the director, Mr. john Sovinec, and the organizationis moderator. the Rev. john A. Simones, OP., who together have made great strides towards the development of musical talent at Fenwick. Father Simones has been the advisor for 15 years. while Mr. Sovinec has been sharing his melodic knowledge with the Band since 1939. The principal appearance of the Band took place on March 23, when it combined with the Clee Club to present the annual Band and Clee- Club concert in the school gymnasium. Guest soloist for the affair was Miss Iarene Kriz of Nazareth Academy in La Grange. The student body demonstrated its appreciation to all con- cerned by the creditable attendance at the concert. Page 64 S4 114-mI 'If king. I". Kugmf. II. Sk'IN7IIIlUN4'l'. II. fII'11lIl'. II. liu1'I4m'r-v. II. IIllsI1Im'tI. IQ. IIZIIQUISIXI IJ. I,11sIx. I". XYiIIigu11s. 5. IIlll'Ix, Y. INXIAIQQIU, IJ. Nixm-ln. AI. Cruwlvy, Cl. IIusm'l'. bl. NIm1Iis XY, Qlalrxis. XY. Iiumli. IIIQIIIIQ I'r. Sllunrmxws. I'.XuI.1, 17.01-IL:-1'.C.. III'iII'Il5Il2lXY. IJ. IU:-Xzllv. II. XIUlPl'1'IIl'lllI. II. l,1mr Inge-r, I.. 1,1-I1m4m,'l'. XIi1XI'I'Ix. IC. CIUIIIVI. I'. IJllI'l'IllL'Ii. I". I'flmmn1s, K. I5Ul4IxUY1'l', II. VIILll'5k'Il lll'lQ I- f,I'alI1:lll, XIV. -IUIIII SHXIIIVV. In alclclition lu tlw I-mac-urt. IIN- Bzmcl Ims pI11x'c'cI at z1II thc- Iuotlmll pvp mm 1 tings in tI14- lull. ut tllv bt. Ilumms SIIHDUSIIIIII. and IIIIISIIUKI ull tha' j'l'2ll' Ivy liking part m tlw QHIKIIIRIIIOII and L-u1r1l11c-11011111-1nt UX1'l'L'ISl'S UI tlu- Q-Ialss ul :JZ I on Imam S. :Ks mm ul' I"c-nwicIfs uIcIvst 1u1cI most :ln-tixv c'xtl'a1-cln'ricuIz1r 114-tivitivs. the I5 IIIKI Inns Ill'Xl'l' cvzlsm-LI to IITIIIQ pruism' to itsc'II' and tI1c' sclmol. XII: Sm'im'c zulcI I'r. SIIlIOIll'S1lI'i'1'Xl'l'0Il lIu- Irmkullt Im' nvw llll'lllIH'I'S. :mtl It IS tI1v rI4'tc'l'lnmz1tlm1 In C'UIISI'lllIIIy IIIIIJVOYC zu1cI lN'UQl'l'SS that Inus IJITIIIQIII tI1v I3z11lcI to its DITSOIII .ni IIS. Pugv G5 in is ii J il 3 Row l-E. Schayer, F. Fiorite, F. Williams, I. Stebor, E. Sperry, J. Valenti, F. Trzos. How 2-F. Saviski, C. Touzinsky, A. Kilivice, D. Mongoven, R. Rulnnann, E. Onrlracek, P. Scollard, F. Biedka. Row 3-XV. Ahern, C. Smallwood, C. Vietzen, C. Swisher, C. Curran, I. Cusack, L. McLaughlin. Row 4--l. Tully, J. Schefe, R. Tauumaro, R. Tueschner, K. Judy. F. Spevak. glee 61116 Although only in its seventh year of existence, the Glee Club again enjoyed a highly successful season. With its membership increased to a new high of 52, the group made several public appearances throughout the school year. They sang at Nazareth Academy, Aquinas High School, Providence High School, and Notre Dame High School. They performed at the Nazareth Conferences as well as at the annual Christmas concert held in conjunction with the band and the glee club of Saint Pius' Com- mercial High School. The club, approximately one-half of which is freshman, is under the careful guidance of the Rev. Louis V. Nadeau, its moderator. The boys are ably directed by Mr. Leonard Simutus, who puts them through their paces twice a week after school in Room 41. He is also a teacher at DePaul and at Chicago Teachers' College. Page 66 wi' Y , ' K4 54 Q4 YN f-""" KKKIIILIIIVIUI' XII. I,l'HII.ll'i' SilIllXtlIN. This xvu' IIIHJIIUII tln- L-ullrtm-sx' of tlw Nlotllvm Club. thx' QVUIIIH . 1 . 4., 11-cw-in-cl wllilv L-nuts to lac- wmv rluring tlwil' 1lppm'z1I'z1m'c's, Tlwsc' ilu-km-ts ulclc-ml am 1lil'UfsiliLflIitf' zlllcl unity to Hu- l'Iltil'l' zlgglvgutiolr. 'flux pl'cNi1l4'llt ul' Hu' Ulm' Club illll'illU, ilu' past YULII' was lfllgivlu Sc-llzlyw. vlilll' Yicc-l'1'c-siclm-lat was liulwrt 'lw1ll'SL'llIli'I' uml tlw iolm of Svcrs llI'X' was llllllflliil ln' c:IlllI'Il'S SXViSlll'l'. Ht X Vulclriak X S lill'l I XYilwxu. I". Xlllstalri. VI. xvt'f'lllllllllI. Il m I l'. IH-rf-II. ,I. .hw gf . .1 .. Q. I.. Y. XQIKIVRIII, em 2 Xl. KIA-Clcmaul. K. Unis-num-ln. Cl. -Imly. il. lA'llllf. li. Xilll IJ1-Halls-. H. Mm XY. -IUIIUS. Hun IS l'. Cfrmllim, li. lxallix. 'lf xlRll'I.l'llll4lll. -I. Xh-tinll. I". Xluwll. ii' A - 5 3 'a I n ,A l I .t fi ' 1 l W- fQvlR'ifg 1 KA 1 lr" .ka Ii .ff f fav , Q .2553 ix 1 4 W I., ' i .41 , Q X, .V x . I x,'N- E., . xl I' , Y Q -at ' f v ' I", . V G is li 5 ' 1' Nix 3 ,V r .A . ' R X31 A 5, QQ, tm ,il ff ,,,. "v K, -N U K Y 141315 fr 2- Qi- 3. ' ls' 11. as ' - - 9,13 LM . 6lsQkf'I',- p -N x X 1, I . f ' ' 4 .r 47901 ' . 91222 - ' 4. wfm, R ik' K fa! I! if ,V Ng, Dilygan vnhfssg at fflj' - pf0r ' Q. : 'aw 0"7'o,, "'-Q 'Wig V f . A f C ja! Efxlpk :V b"'l41nT"'0:' on 3 . X famprf' fl' Xl. h5"'Q"'l147,4'D4lvg,, V' . .. jf dam I ix gy. r . . X X p as W ips My: ,M p 1 fri., A . K 1 HA , . . I w g, 7 .uw rl ,... is M W gALL 3 ' Lp, , K .,,, 'mvql K X K W p ,. f 5 - - Nr., R .. ' i ,fy Q . - ' A LL, ' R s i K - ' ' , r . r f Klacle rim-A gui cf Clarence Day's popular 'iLife With Father" this year comprised the annual production of the Blackfriars Guild. On the nights of May 22, 23, and 224, the aspiring dramatists played to capacity audiences as two months of rehearsals culminated in expert performances by the entire cast. Eight Fenwick students, seven seniors and one freshman, participated in the production. Robert Taeschner played the lead role of Father, and was supported by Richard Barry as Clarence Ir., Walter Myalls as Dr. Lloyd, Ralph Mesenbrink as john, Nick Mavigliano as Whitney, john Ostrander, the only freshman, who played Harlan. YVilliam Hoyne as Dr. Humphreys, and Eugene Schayer as Dr, Somers. The female roles were played by girls from Trinity High School. Carol Malloy was Vinnie, Father's wife, While Mary was played by Billie Lou Berliner, Cora by Mary Carey, Margaret by Mary Kay Shanahan, Annie by Sally Cahill, Delia by joan Hart, Nora by jane Perry, and Maggie by Mary Fitzpatrick. The Reverend James R. Comeau, O.P., is the new moderator of the Black- friars Guild. Father was ably assisted by Miss Joanne Crowley in the production of the play. "Life With F atherv was Written by Clarence Day. The production was adapted for the stage by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. "Life With F atherv was the eighth annual Guild presentation. Page 68 Y--Y' lee behter ' Union Onc ol' thc most cclucutionul of ull thc school clulms is thc Dclmtcrs' Union. 'l'hc stuclcnts cngugccl in this Kll'lll1lIlillIlQ activity licgin thcir work curly in thc full zuicl fnush sonictnnc in April. Thc clclmtc tcaun has lzccn inoclcrntccl hy llcv. Ccorgc Clonwuy cvcr siucc it wus founclccl in 1936. This ye-a1r's tczun cngugccl in 86 clclmtcs and trauclccl to liilClllC nncl Xlilwuukcc to cntcr lllYlt2ltlOllill tournauncnts with othcr outstguncling inicl-wcstcrn high schools. lim-hating on thc qucstion 'iltcsolxccl that all Anicricun citizcus shoulcl lic sulijcct to conscription lor cssf-ntiul scrviccs in tinic of war" wcrc Clcnn -Iucly, '53, XVultcr Nlyulls. '52, und Chnrlcs Swishcr. '52 for thc z1llir1nutix'cg :incl Ihvial NVil- hz-hn, 53. liclwurcl Clrokc. '53 und Echnoncl Ryan, '52 took thc Ill'j.flltlYl' siclc. Bcsiclcs thc schcclulctl tournznncnts, tht- orntors cngugccl in such activi- tics als il stuclcut con- grcss, 11 rzlclio discussion on station XVF.Il. aural an AIPPOQIIYIIICC hcforc thc stuclcnt lvocly of Provi- clcncc High School in an mock clclmutc. licl Crolqc won first plucc in thc clistrict finals of thc Anicricun Lcgion Constitutional Contcst. uncl scconcl placc in thc stntc finals. Crolcc was also uzunccl thc lx-st spcnkcr of thc Loyola Aczlclcrny Tour- nrnncnt hclcl clurinq Fclm- ruzu'y. ln thc Chicago Archclioccsun Tourna- nicnt VV2lltl'l' Nlyulls was givcn ll incclul for lmcst sw' spculicr in thc tourna- incnt. Thc futurc looks lmright as such untlcr- clussmcn us Alunics Schcfc. ltuul Pilicll. -lzuncs Bcllnnfli, Anthony Spinal uncl Philip Collins won ll goodly aunount ol' pruisc in tht- iunior fli- xision cncountcrs. QX. Spinal I'.C,ulIn1s CT. SXXlNlll'l lt. Lrolw llzlgc fill B. KTTH "f-'-nu... Senior Wick Stat? Seated: E. Schayer, Mr. Knipp, C. Sinallwood. Standing: F. Dawn, C. Cits, F. Saviski, R. Mt-Naney, R. Lewis. R. Taesclinei lt. Bendig, P. Michalisko, C. Hezek, H. Meyer, M. Benson, XV. Hoyne. Circle Cut Hopi New llIU!ICl'!If0l' niecffs " I ' ' Senior Wick Staff The NV1cks Mstali of many moderatorsv went out in a blaze of glory in january after having earned "All-Catholici' rating for the previous term. The staff, which was selected by Father james Dempsey, advised for one semester by Father Augustine Rock, and under the direction of Mr. Thomas R. Knipp for its final issues, was slightly juggled last September. NValter Myalls rose from news editor to replace Paul Michalisko as editor-in-chief, continu- ing the policy of appointing two editors a year. Ronald Meyer continued as associate editor, and was joined by Nlichalisko when he was named co-associate. Filling the copy editor slot were George Hezek and Francis Dwan, while Gene Schayer remained as sports editor. Charles Smallwood filled the vacancy at the news editoris desk, Jim Kelly became feature editor, and Bill Hoyne drew the tough job of rewrite man. "Locker Rumorsv was in the hands of Ray Bendig, and Dick Clark was the senior stafl's alumni editor. lLIfl JUIHUI IIIIII Stfllill r Cd i fo rs. Page 70 unior Wick Staff :Xt thc hcginning oi the sccond senicstcr the oltl gave way to thc new. thc cxpcricncccl to tht- inexpcricncccl. Bnt, if incxpcricncccl, thc new XVick stall, coniposccl of juniors from the jonrnalisin class. Workccl, learnccl. ancl hecainc cxpcricncccl. Appointed hy Mr. Thomas Knipp, nioclcrator of the XVick, liclitor Alohn Cusack and thc junior stall- soon clisplayccl thcir journalistic abilities hy prcscrying thc XVick's high traditions. Assisting thc eclitor in thc arcluons. though rcwarcling, task of preparing thc NVick cach month Wcrc associate cclitors Clcnn -Incly and joseph Skach. News editor linnnctt Nlalloy gathcrccl the tiincly storics which appcaretl on thc pages of thc NVick. To covcr thc t1'i1nnphant marches of the Fenwick athlctic tcains, the XVick hail an cxtcnsiyc sports clepartinent headed hy Frank Ilnss. But if a ncwspapcr is to he grcat, hcsicles sports and news, it innst carry inforinativc and lnnnorons fcatnrcs. Un thc VVick, Feature editor Edward XVatts and his assistants. Cartoonists liicharcl Corrigan and .lcroine Choclcra prepared a page which fnlfillccl this ncccl. To get hchind the news and to follow thc news. the NVick contains two in- formal cohnnns: "Locker Rumors". written hy Corrigan and "Ahnnncws", handlctl hy co-ahnnni editors Nlichael Kelly and Michael Oillonnell. XVorking hchincl the scenes. Raymond XVnhhel and james Alesia were in charge of thc clilticult task ol' rewriting. Senior Wick Stott Smit-cl: Cf. Sniallwoocl ll. lmwis l'. Nlichalislxo lt. llcmlig fi. llcfcli Slaintling: li. Nh-ycr I". Dwall lf. Scliaycr Nlr. Knipp Junior Stuff I.:-it to ltlglil: l.. l.m-lnnan K. Plialcxl Xl. kt-lly C, Yicllcil lf. Halls Il. c:llMlC'lx C. Laport 'l'. ll4'IllI'lL'lI I". Ilnss ll. l"i1'tllcl' ll. Corrigan: lf. Nlnlloy VI. :Xlcsia Al. C,lnoclcra Page Tl Klacle 1- km The twenty-first edition of tl1e Blackfriars annual Was compiled by an able staff under the helpful guidance of Rev. Patrick D. Brady. O.P.. and Rev. james A. VVl1alen, O.P. At the first meeting early ill October, it was announced that Robert Mc-Nancy and Michael Benson would act as Co-editors while -lolni Uecker was given the post of Assistant Editor. As in the past tl1e work Oll tlle yearbook Was divided into four sections - Faculty. Students. Activities, and Sports. The Faculty section. headed by Basil Christ, Went to Work first. XlClNlJt'l'S of tlle stall included john Dunne. Robert Frid- lund. and Holmert Bonus. Tlney co111pleted tlleir section early in Dec.-e111l1e1'. Pictures were taken of tl1e student body i11 NCJX'lJ111lJ6l'. Upon receiving tlie developed pictures from the pllotographer, tllix student section under clll2ll'lCS Slnallwood went i11to action. Picture identification and placement were l1andled by TlllJlll1lS Clancv. llolmert Taeschnei' and Charles SlNilllXV00ll. .Nctivities assume an iinportant role in tlle annual. Activi- .ties head. Paul Nlichalisko. in conjunction with F1'. Xvlllllixll, gave out llis assigmnents in Feln'uary. Page T2 Fr. Brady cl1c'c'k.s' flu' list. How 1-M. Benson. R. NIcNaney. ,l. Ueclxer. Row 2-R. Sassetti, H. Fridlund, T. Clancy, ll. R Taesclumer, C. Swisher. F. Saviski. . Bonus, C. Sinallwood, G. lNlL'CLll'flD'. H. Drexler. pair uf Izzclfx :curly on 1110 11111111 Kia le 1-iam Tliosc assigncd articlcs wcrc liicliard Barry, .Iamcs lxclly. llonald Xltyai. Francis Dwan, NVilliani lloync, liicliard Clark and NValtcr Nlyalls. ' st ison thrt sf-ction ot tilt' lzook llad to iv-- Dnc to tlic latc finisli of tlllt sports .' 'z .' , 1 .. conic last. Asst. Editor, Alolin Ucckcr, in position of sports cditor, workcd in con- junction with Fr. Brady. Storics wcrc writtcn lmy a stall' consisting of liayniond Bcndig, liolmcrt Clonnclla, llicliard l,cwis. lingcnc Scliaycr, Clcorgc llc-xc-lx. and Ccrald rlionzinsliy. Following a prcccdcnt sct last ycar. four juniors were inclndcd on tht- ycarlxook stall' in ordcr to gain cxpcricncc for ncxt ye-ar. Tlic olmscryant jnniors wt-rc llicliard Ficdlcr. Allmcrt Cnstainis, Norlicrt XVPOIIZI, and Francis llnss. Pnlmlislicr of tlic animal tliis ycar was the Lcandcr Pnlilisliing Company. Pliotograpliic work was donc principally lxy tlic Tololl' Studios. Pictnrcs wcrc also snpplicd lay Gerald Cits and tlic Fcnwick Canicra Clnli. Sc-atcd: lfr. Brady, -I. Us-clu-r. Standing: Ii. Clonnt-lla, li. la-wis, C. 'l'onxinslq', li. l"i4-dlcr. ll. Xin-Nancy, Cl. ltcxi-lx. I". llnss. li. Iii-ndig, li. SL'llllj'l'I'. 4 i Svaictl: l'. Nliclialislio. l"r. Xvlllll -i . Standing: U. Hits, A. flnstainis, B. cillI'iSi, Nl. licnson. li. Nlcycr, XY. lloync. 17. Claris, lf. llwan N. XYrona. Page' 73 Group 1 icture Ixncelmg: I1 Nash YV For 'uson L Griffiths I NlcColdriek C G llioto C Le ihy XI YValsh Standing: 1 lluspen lt Iistrab 1 lxtlly P Rooney D Rooney ll lxltis D Lusk I Collins R XIcNaney A lxlliliiviee I len I lrrry C Smallwood I Cusack XI lxclly bul I 'Xneona XV Iones R klllxy R VVojeili YV Illrtnett The S'er1Jer.A' C7116 All extra-curricular activities at Fenwick are usually done after school hours. That is to say all except the Servers, Club. The club members, numbering twenty- five, serve Mass in the priory chapel, every day at eight oielock, half an hour before the regular school day begins. Under the guidance of the Rev. joseph I. Hren the members assist at all religious functions here at Fenwick. These include Mass in the morning, Mass on first Friday, Benediction, and any other religious rite which may be performed thoughout the school year. Father Hren has the task of instructing the new servers in the Dominican Rite and also has charge of the appointments. The care of the vestments and the altar was placed this year in the able hands of Louis Moorhead, the senior sacristan, and his assistant, Charles Smallwood. Next year Emmett Malloy will be the senior sacristang his assistant will be chosen from the many juniors in the club. Top Center: Saerisfrlns L. Moorlzencl and C. Smallwoocl prepare tlzc altar for Mass. Middle Left: "This ls My Blood." Blirlfllc Right: Serving ill!!-9SYClllL'f duty of the Servers, Clulz. 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' " " ' - " 5l'1ll I. lC1111-1', ll. KZll'llQElll1N. 11. l,1'1111-111, XY. f111'1111s, 1"1'. .-X. 111-g1111. l"1'. ll. xY1l11i'lA. 151. Nl. II111111111x E X1, 1'z11'1s1. fl, l,1'1111z1r11. ff. 11ll51I. .1I11ri1111 l,1ll'1,1'1 1'1'1'1'i1'1'.1' 1ri11111'1".1- Ilvfplly fl'1Plll l"1'. 11'nll1'r. l"r 11'11lI1'r j?I'I'-1'1'IIl11' l1'r1'1f 1'1,ll1'l'fIl'.N1 111111-1' 1111111111 111- l'r. lI11pl1i111 l1111l1.1 1111. Hel yiou 14ctiUitieA The Religious Activities Department of Fenwick High School, under the direction ofthe Rev- erend Thomas C. Donlan. O.P.. conducts the finest program of religious activities that could he oltered to the students of any Catholic school. Confessions are heard each day after school and during the religion classes of the Thursdays preceeding the First Fridays. Un each First Friday the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered in the gymnasium for all the students. Mass is also celebrated daily in our recently-huilt priory chapel. And at the end of each week of school, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is con- ferred on all the students. During the week following mid-year examinations, a four day retreat is provided for the student hody. Two of the days are devoted to the upper two classes, while the other two are held for the freshmen and sophomores. The Reverend Brenden -I. M NI l ' ' retreat master. C u len, O.P., served as the Blessing is i1nparIefl to the .vtizzlerm af Bcncdicfion Students fake time out from their lunch 1Il'fiUll to visit Um' Lord. if In 1Il'l'lJlll'tlfitlI1 for lfirsl Fridugf, .S'fllfll'Hf-9 l'l'l'l'il'l' ffu' ,WlC'l'IlllIl'lll of l'wnrl114'e imgt- T6 P' fm . i Mission-Minded Fenwick Fr. lJ1'n1p.s1'11, Fr. llu,gh1'.v, mul Fr, K111.w'lI11 .vlrmzl in front of 1111.11-11111 liozm' in ,N'i,Q1'1'iu, .'1fl'11'1I, lfr. lJ1'11111,s1'11 l1l1'.1-.wx Ilia' m1Ii1'1'.s' nulsiflz' 71118-X'1IlIl !'lIlll'1'll in ,'1fl'f1'1I. lfr. Ki11.11'Hu 11'zlr'l1r'.s- II11' 5-I'11'llll'1l'kn of Afriru. l"r. 1,1ll't'lIl'I' mul lfr, lloulilmri gift' lfzrir l1lff.s'x111,u lllIl'1ll,Lf ll1'1l!ll'flIl'1' l'l'l'1'lH17H1I'Y. The beparture 0 the Mi Aivna 244 '1'11is y11111' two 11111111 131111111111-1111s 1111't t111' U11it1111 St11t1's for t111' 1-0l'1'1Q'Il 111issio11s. 1,11 Nox'1-111111-1' 19. 1951 t111- 111-Y. 19111111111 11. 14ill'C1ll'l', 0.15, 111111 11111 111111 .I111111 1'. 11o111i11z111. UP.. 1111111 1'o1'1111-1' 1"1'11wi1-11 lT1'O1t'SS0l'S, 111-1111111-11 for 1111- 1IIllJl'I'1ll1 11111- Y1'I'S1tf' 111 Kyot11,.l11p1111.T111-irfirst1111t11-st111-1'1'wi11 consist 111 1t'2l1'll1Ilg111l' 11111g1111g1' 111111 fl1ilL'1l1IlQ tl11t11o111' p11i1os11p11y 111 t111' 12ll'Ql' sta1t1' llll1X'1'l'S11y 111 Kyoto. A1-tl'l' 1l'LlI'l11IlQ,' t1111 AI111111111-sv 11lIljlllilQl'. w1111'11 is 1111 C'Xt1'l'Il11'1y 1111111-111t task, t111' 1iil11ll'I'S will t111-11 p1'11111'11 to t111- young -lilPllIlt'St' p1'op111 ox'1-14 1111- 1'1111io, t111'i1' plll'p0S1' 111111111 to 1-111'isti'111i71- t111- t11o11ff11ts 111111 1111-s of t111' 1111111111 11'11111'1's oi- Ia1p1111. T111- A., . 1 . Q., 1 . A .lill72ll1l'Si' customs 111111 t1111 political sit1111t1o11 of t111- 11111' 111111111 this stcp, oi 11pp1'o111-1111115 t111' yo1111g1-1' 151-111-1'a1ti1111 11rst. tl 111ost i111p111'11ti1'1- o111'. P11 gc T7 jlrencls and german 611164 French Club Uno of tllv lnost activc null l.'llltlll'1ll clulms in tllc school is tlw Frvncll Clulu. Tlw pnrposv of tha- clulm is to l'-lIl'tlll'1' tllc stuclcnfsl lulowlcflge of Frcncll nncl give tlwln somc conccpt of Frcncll culture-. Unclcr tho clirc-ction of tllv HL-Y. Bt11't1'L1llll Snnurcl, UP.. tllc group, Wllig-l1 is lnnitvnl to sm-nior F1'l'IlL'll stuclcnts. Ill1'l c-x'm-ry tlnve wvcks from Uctolwr to xlLlV.lrl1l10 z1x'c1'nQ,v xncctinu, con- sistccl in rvucling cxcvrpts lroln F1'l'l1ClI lltl'l'iltlll'l', playing FI'l'lICll, music. lmotll classic-ul nncl popular. illlllfl'Ull'l'Sl1ll1l'lIlS. lion' l -F 'lf liromlr-11 l.. llnvvnslxi I". NX'illi:uns. C. Snmllwoorl lion 12-- lfr. Sllllilfil. nl. llxornli ll. llvnnm-lly, lf. Curtin ll l5UXYIlI'lll ll. lJUl1t'l'lli' li. S4-lun or lion' 3- l". Uwnn. ll. llllyIll'l' XY, Nlynlls. fl. 'Caron ll, VI. llnll. -I. flclillllllil ll. lnlvigln' German Club Tlu- Cvrnmll cluln. wor- gunizvcl tlns your unnlm' tlu' clircn-tion of tllll Rev. NV. D. Yun liooy. 0.11, lllll1llJCl'CCl 20 scniors as its lnclnlmcrs. Tln- ollicvrs c-lvctc-cl to lc-acl tlw L-lulm we-re -Iznncs Hicll- tcr. pre-siclcnt. Hobart Bo- nus. vicv-p1'csiclc'11t. and Xlicluwl Bcnson. soc-1'ctu1'y. Tlu- clulm was organized to proviclc- the lI16II1lJ9l'S with nn opportunity to incrclusc tlwir YOCL1lJlll2ll'lCS. 1lCKllllI'l' uom'm-rszxtionul lluvncy and lmcconu' 1lCClll2llIltCCl with tlw customs ol' tlw Cm'nu111 pvoplv. lion' 1- XV. Iloynv. P. Sclnncllvr Nl, Bvnson. YV. Ioy -I. Broclc'l'iL'li Row 24 R. 'l'au-sclnmr-r. V. Bonus li. Bonus Row I4 B. llcnninqs, YV. Dzulrlono l'. Sclnnrlll-r, A. Dacldono lf' Van llooy, M. Bc-nson T. I. lllL'llfl'l'. VV. Hoynv How 2- D, NIL-rlws. C, Swislwl' -I. lic-lliucs. Oyllc-illy C. Xlulilligotl, ll. NL'NVl'lH1Il ll. 'l'ilK'St'lllll'I'. ll. Bonus llow 3-- IC, Km-llvr. P. Dnrnn ll, Xl1'Cox'lnicli '- if ...W Page T8 C7116 Thi- lfvnwick Caincra Clnh again live-cl up to its rvpntation ol- lwing ont- of thc large-st and hc-st organizc-cl activitic-s in tlu- school. Tlu-rv wvrc- approxiinatvly 40 inc-inhvrs in the clnh nnclvr thc- snpvr- vision of their capahlc inoclcrator, li0Vt'l't'Iltl Alnstin AI. lXlacl1'icli. Thr' spt-cific function of thc clnh is to supply the school iivvvspapc-r with photos of tlw various activitic-s arouncl thc school. lts me-inlwrs also lvarn how to opcratc- pliotographic 0!llll1Jlllt'llt and how to clvvvlop thi-ir own pit-tnrvs. Clriralcl Gits. '52, sc-rvvcl as tht- gi-iwral manager. ln this capacity. it was his clnty to talw thc- pictnrcs that Wvrc nsvcl hy Tha' XVit-lx throughout thc- yn-ar. Othvr at-ting ollicc-rs of tho clnh worm- Clvorgv Xlcffartliy. '52, anal llicharcl Koloclxivj. 53. ln tlu- month of Fcln'uary, thc clnlfs annual salon contost was hc-lcl for all its llK'IHll0l'S. Following thv judging, tht- winning prints wort' clisplayctl in the library. During the yr-ar, this aggregation took scveral fivlcl trips to oi' interest. lnclnclecl among thcir cxcursions wc-rc journeys l Laliv. Zlllfl l,alu' Ct-nova. plat-vs to Starvc-cl Rock, l'ox no-'-4 .sw ltow l-P. Stair. YV. Rowclvr. K. Sain, T. MacLc-nnon, J. Rownlcr. C. ML-Carthy. - YVallv. l". Bivrllia, XV. 0'Kc-clic, D. Nissen, R. Koloclzivj, ll. Koloclzim llowfl-R. Van cle 1711 Nl1ltll'ic'li. Page 79 Ri le and 14 tronomq C106 llow l-R. Musiui, P. Dring, K. Anal:-rsen, R. Merkes, Pros.: ll. Mujerowski, D. Sypicu. llow Zell. Miollis, ll. l..uroceu. 1. Nlluulrey, E. Blickhahn, ll. Duckett, D. Mongoven. F. XVCllID1ll1, Il. McStec'u. 'I'. Xlt'Colclrick, E. Ilunter, N111 Steggert. Moderator. li, I,urm'f'u, Ii, Masini, K. Ar1rl1?r.s'on unrl R. Merkes take aim in uuriozis pos-c'.s' as Mr. Stuggerl looks on. llow l!l'. cilllllllllglllllll, D. Lusk, lx. c,IlgC'lHtlCll, A. Koch, YV. Bronnmn. llow 2-XV. Berry. l". Sehilnu, li. Conley, C. Touzinsky, Pres.: Fr. Hopkins, Moclerutorg E. Croke, K. Indy. Rifle Club XVitl1 the departure ol' the llev. Iumes A. Quinn, the founder of the Rifle Club, Nlr. Stegigcrt ussumecl the moderatolsliip of this organization. He is sillgulzuly' Well qualified for this position, liuviug been 21 paratrooper in NVorld XVQ11' Il. Astronomy Club Under the able direction of the Rev. Martin K. Hopkins the Astronomy Club lllililtt its debut early lust September. In the growing family of ext1'a-cu1'1'iCular activities the Astronomy Club is the newest member. Page 80 Robinson explains radio apparatus to elub members: J. ' tt? R. Springer, R. Janninek. R. XVehrs: D. Rooney, j. XVren, -I. Dhooge. r . 'lf n, N. lxri ., ' ' D. Huclcr, NV1 so seated: D. Luslt, I0 C7116 3 4' Each Friday evening. between seven and ten olclock, approximately 30 boys can be seen in the Physics Lab. operating various and sundry types of electrical apparatus. To the cas11al observer, these are just some boys with 11otl1ing better to do with their Friday nights. However, upon closer inspection, it is found that this aggregation comprises the Fenwick Radio Club, a highly efficient, well organized group. Under the watchful guidance of the Reverend Edward M. Robinson, thes boys lear11 the particulars of operating a radio station and also how to b11ild thc own equipment. The two leading members of the club are Donald Huder a ' th are licensed operators a11d free to operate independently T liuder is also the trustee of the station, be c 'ir nd of vin Bo NVQAIN F. tion rate 1'anl Keri . i station, ' er opera . hich ope l own s id P1017 O tvpe w ll schoo s 01 rect al BC 61 ., otarv bez the .' ' ' 1 for its c ' 1 station ,- . I " '1 large r ' I v . I I'CSp0llSllJll The main unit of equipment is a phonc 75 or 20 meters. Also, situated on the roof of the school is . 10 and 20 meters. Next year, the club hopes to mox e ll boys in ing S n, to tl1 on . ri mped for botl1 icnt quarters. liss station. The . only on eqi 1 larger, more conven - This year, Father Robinson set up 21 novice c Q.. . 1 the privilege of operating as do the licensed members, group havc llcr scale. Page 81 Slllll is a Xl ,Y wi Q . xy N ,Q X fn .:.: ' .s ' 'W X R , E ew Sikkim f Q. A , mg, 'QW if .1 ., 7 F. Cullen flrerims of flu' zlay lie will wear u Fenwick lzelmet, Cliemislry is ilu' main. lopie lreing rli.s'c:i1.s.s'ezl by Fr. Fisher and u seniorfs purenls. Fr. Conley enjoys Ilze visit of tlie Castle frnnily. Pal-en tA' light XVith tha- first fateful report card of the in term 111 r ' 1 dred parents trekked to Fenwick High School on the nights of October 25-26 to mc-ct the men who have ll profound influence upon their sons, entire lives. For over three- hours on each night. the moms and dads of Fenwick students explored the institution where their sons study, Work, and play. They met the school officials. saw the lihrury, swimming pool, cafetclia, and training roorn. ll ' than h inds over five hun- OPPOSITE PAGE Fr. Wkzlter oclmires Ilonor Society pin on H. Lewis us YV. Myulls and R. Clark waieli C'. Ileurnslzaw and T. King sliow II young lafly IIVOIHIII Fenwick. The llopkins family talks things over with Fr. D. Brady. Iiumily seeks directions from Fr. Walter. Fr. E.s-peso enliglltens a family in Ilze biology lolz. Mr. anal Mrs. Keenan get Hrst lzrzncl information from Fr. Rol1in,s'on as Don looks on .llolllers register for Fenwick Motlzers' Club. 1, Dlmoge demonstrates for lzis rnotlzer flze operation of the rnzlio elulfs lI'l17l.S'77llflL'l, Page 84 Q-Vit' E5 , ,za-. XXX 331. Q W ' Q ' A v Q K ii ,g, Tm. A. if! 6 X5 N- i 'Q r f WK 'G w if 3 .,f,,,, gf .rp v If . Vi if AQ Q Seated: Fr. A. M. Townsend. Moderatorg Mrs. NV. O'Brien presidentg Mrs. M. Dwyer, vice-president Standing: Mrs. NV. King, treasurer: Rirs. G. NV'lll 1 ielni. -Ir.. torlespondlng secretaryg Mrs. 1. Borkovec, recording secre- taryg Mrs. XV. Jarvis, financial secretary. The fenwicle mother ' Club just as a mother helps her child until the time when he is able to help him- self so has the Mothers, Club for the past twenty-one years helped Fenwick. There is a strong parallel between the help of a mother to her son and the help of the Fcnwick Mothers, Club to her many sons. The club has contributed to the spiritual and physical welfare of the school and has helped support better parent-faculty relations. The M oth , , ' 5 i ies curing the last school year. At the first the students and faculty were entertained by the Garfield Henry Silvertones, a well known quartet composed of Catholic Negroesg at the second a speaker from the United Nations explained some of the dii'Hculties of the organizationg and at the third physicist Kenneth Strickfaden presented a program demonstrating and explaining gyroscopics. Also made possible through the activities of the Mothers, Club were the new jackets for the Clee Club pur- chased at the beginning of the year. The Mothers, Club defrays the cost of the Debaters trips. has supplied much needed et ui g 1 pment to the school, and con- tributed large sums to the building fund. Spiritually the Mothers, Club annual day of recollectit f' ers' Club made possible three student asseml l' l . - mn, given this year by the very Rev. Victor Feltrop, O.P., was one of the best in the history of the club. To give the mothers an insight into the difficulties of a high school educa- tion the club members were addressed by different members of the faculty. A fashion show and various card parties throughout the year round out the many social activities. Page 86 ll Rigncv H. Valleau, A. Manzo, N. Mavigliano, C. ' D Brady. Row 1- . ,, ' - ll '. Pres. and Pr. . , ' . McCarthy. Stu 5 XV Toubv. B. Ilolunan, R. Durst, C ion, F. Reynolds, J. 'CM o :cle Yatlcer u l 1 should tike in interest t d its ow 2- . , S-blacks, I. Mann '3 XV Grace, H. L Row- - . lligzlli. ' ' Catholic fat le' . z ' a ' ' 'i l has comple e With the thought in ll1lIld that every md set an example for his son, the Fenwick Fathers Clu 5 hool organization. As the new moderator of the Fithers' lub to a successful year. Father Brady lo was recalled to in z twentieth year as a sc V Club the Rev. Dominic Brady guided the c ' r moderator, the Rev. j. A. Quinn, O.P., wi ' lerful response l ed the forme Cor as ecelved wonc fiven on rep ac the Marine Chaplains' 1.. 'i ' l 'ons' Communion Breakfasts r Communion Breakfasts were g The fathers ant s from all the fathers and sons. The two October 15th and january 20th respectively. On December 13th the Football Banquet was held at the Morrison Hotel to honor the football team for a most successful year. Mr. john Carmichael, sport writer for the Chicago Daily News, presided as toastmaster. The Rev. Daniel B. Coyne, director of athletics at Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa, was the principal speaker. Among the honored guests who appeared were Bill Barrett and Iohn Lattner. Tom McKenna received the alumni prize for the best lineman of the year and Terry Moran won the award for the most valuable back. The banquet was an overwhelming success and a record crowd attended. Among the other activities of the F athers, Club are the numerous get-to 'ethers held at night in the gymnasium. At these events movies of the football rts events are shown. Prominent guest speakers appear at 't ble topic, usually sports. n ilishes its S g., . .' ' nd other spo . lk on some sul a ' Club accoi 1 ' hool. games a these get-togethers and ta In sponsoring these many activities The Fathers purpose: to promote cordial relationships between our parents and our sc Page 87 flajare th Con e enceA 14114 4l1111,Q1' Go1'1111111, Mr. M. C1C,'Ul',Qt'll, 111111 Fr. I. Nagar, OP., iriifiufc the 1951-52 NllZlll'L'fIl C011f1'1'011c0.f1. TI11' 1111z1i1'111'r' 1i.x'1'r'11,s' illffllflll ns flu' s111'r11:c1' 1li.s'l"11.s'.s'Cs II c'u1'1'c'11t g1r111J11f111.. Yiwu' of II11' 1111',Q1' 1111111011011 r1lI1'111li11g 11111 Nuz111'ct11 C!711ft'lif'1ll'l'S. 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C10l'11111ll i11 ll c1isc11ssio11 on i'Yo11r Boy 111141 His Habits". lntcrcst was t11c kcyiiotc of t11is COllf6'l'CIlC9 11s the spa-11141-1's 1Jl'0ll5L11t U15 the PI'L'St'I11'-111157 wil of narcotics 1111101112 11ig11 sc-110111 S1lll1L'1ltS. T1111 spring COI11:f'1't'l1CC mot wit11 Ll little 111o1'c sncccss, not 11ilV1llf.I 11ccn impcclcd 11y t11c wc11t11c1' or 0t11C1' sad ncws. At t11is inccting, he-111 11t Fenwick on April 8, the topic of c1isc11ssion was "T11c 111111it 111' Purity". T110 speakers did cxc1'cc1i11g1y We11 i11 ciarifying many 110171110118 110ti1111s on t11is s1111j1-ct. Fr. A. Nl. Towiiscnd, O.P., 6XP11l11l0L1 very c1c111'1y t11c ncccssity of scx 1llSt1'llCt1Ol1S to L'1l11C1l'Cll 115' their parcnts xv11i1c Dr. C11ilI'1GS T. Roc. 91111116111 C11t1101ic c10cto1'. 13111111157 p1'esc11tcc1 t11c facts on lJ11YS1C211 g1'c1Wt11 1111c1 1101111111 1'GflCt1Oll'Q of C1111C1l'Cll. Page 88 , , N0 Magic --: -1V- .. ' N., T h Wwsmvw'E?ZZZ3Zt R T :-:,.' I vv,ivzi:x- cks . Ng sud uussfu mm . er AL U -"f-' . k. zv, ,Q Qlv. ,,g,iiR U N f TERM QW an amen 1 uzbqq f Q ielnd f . Z' ,H 3 Ht .rm yn Motion E UU!! in 3 Price 1 ,, X L, . , 10 WNW' gene: P13I1EgicI'Uf A995 Id Dwarf! Machinglq Q Sysfgln Posler lIl'.S'f'l'f!Iillg the ' - c:,',.- '- f .'I'f' It nw 1, pphcatmns gizifnstlizaii frnzonx III mn Ufmg W gf 3, Ur. lxennellz Sfl'1l'lifIl!ICll. Vlfafiorial 55? on 0 51422 fililf Lhxtfqfy UC FUI-CES me ,, X Yggfvrxw K Ill Tln1'l1im-: U Sppmkl Fur xyigig mlrrl S 'lf p 4,3 M Fefe Tarts F A w K rresmdj Gygax? sfiaj Bl?yUnd Mr. losepli D. Keenan .s-poke on labor union work 5 us u uocafion. hu mg lillxlhm Uocativnal lecture This year the Fathers, Club of Fenwick lligh School arranged to have four outstanding professional men give vocational lectures to the students. These vocational lectures have been in existence for six years. They have been arranged in such a manner that a boy going through four years at Fenwick will not hear the same speaker twice. The lectures are very helpful to a student trying to make a decision as to what field of endeavor he should attempt to follow. The first lecture this year was given by Dr. john F. Sheehan, who is Dean of the Stritch School ot Medicine, Loyola University. The subject was "Surgery as a Vocationf' XVilliam Schmidt, a structural engineer, gave the second talk, giving the student body some indication of the qualifications needed to be an engineer. The third Vocational Lecture was on law. It was given by john Al. NValdron, a graduate of Loyola University, and of the University oi Chicago. In his lecture, Nlr. XValdron distinguished the diflerence between corporation, criminal, and civil lawyers. tor the student body. Page 89 Continuing in the tradition established over the last twenty years, this year's athletic teams were among the leaders in the Catholic League. This leadership was attained through many long and gruelling hours of practice on the gridiron, on the basketball floor and in the pool. This practice was held, as always, under the watchful eyes of the most able coaching stalt in the Chicago area. Possibly even more important than their natural abilities was the driving spirit which catapulted them into numerous championships. These included the North Section football Crown and the annual swimming titles. The Treawured bqnlvma X mi. af ,, . ff Coaching Staff School spirit is one ingredient of a schoolis success in athletics. But another necessary factor is a good staff of moderators and coaches. In this regard Fenwick is blessed with a group of men who are keenly inter- ested in the school's success. For the past ten years Rev. N. Morgan- thaler, O.P., has held the chief place on the staff. This year, in addition to being Athletic Director at Fenwick, Fr. Morganthaler was chosen President of the Chicago Catholic Boys, High School Athletic Association. Rev. W. E. Conley, O.P., has served as Asst. Athletic Director for six years. Fr. Conley is also director of grammar school sports and coach of the golf team. Another name for persistence and endurance is Anthony R. Lawless. For over twenty years he has enjoyed phenomenal success in turn- ing out very many league-leading teams. Still a comparative youngster on the athletic staff, but with no less success than "Tony', Lawless, is our basketball coach, Bill Shay. In his four years at Fenwick his career may be told in one word-champion. Is there anyone who has not heard of Fen- wickis mermen? If so, it is no fault of Dan O'Brien. One time student at Fenwick, now swimming coach, trainer, and frosh football coach, Dan has worked hard and successfully i11 keeping Fenwick,s name floating at the top of the swimming league. Due to serious illness, Fenwick has been deprived of its line coach, Larry Flynn. How- ever, next season we all hope to see that familiar figure on the field, working hard to extend his long string of hard-hitting, victor- ious Fenwick lines. Page 92 iv? N-,Qs Ki' QM www? U 'W XFN .TlfllIlIUl'k eluzles grasp of SI. Philip lzlckler The Yootball Story The 1951 football season started with a number of questions. Nearly all of the preceeding yearis section co-championship team had graduated, leav- ing only four lettermen as a nucleus for this year's squad. The entire starting backfield was lost and only Xlclienna at center and Kasper at tackle remained as bulwarks of the line. Even at that, the line Was a small one. with men like Finan weighing 165 and Nlorman at 168. Moran would be the new quarter- back but nothing spectacular could be expected of the three junior backs: Shannon, Claddini, or Rigali. Xladdock would do the punting, but he too, was untried. Cywinski had broken his leg in pre-season practice, causing more anxiety for Friar supporters. Fenwick had not lost the section since the 318 season and the big question was: Can the Friars maintain their perennially top position in a much improved league? So it was with doubtful expectation that Fen- wick's fans trooped out to St. l1ita's stadium on September 9, to watch the Friars and St. Hitais Niustangs battle it out in their animal opener. The temperature was in the eighties as a blazing sun broiled down upon the nervous players. The game was a typical opener with many mistakes com- 1952 Football Varsity Row 1-D. Collins, J. Szott. T. McKenna, T. Egan F. Kasper, L. Cannon, A. Kuta, H. lk1U1'IHllIi j. Cywinski, T. Moran. ltow2.-R. Sewell, F. Trankina, M, VVodka, XV. Casey, -I. McCormick, H. Iablonski, I. liossi. P. Gilligan, C. Callahan, I. Finan. mitted on both sides. The fact that Fenwick was penalized more than half a dozen times for back- field in motion gives evidence to the tension which gripped the players. Neither side could seem to get an attack under way until the Friars scored once on a seven yard pass from Shannon to Moran and again via the air with ltigali throwing to Haddock. good for thirteen yards and a TD. Fenwick's de- fense was nearly impenetrable as the red-shirtec Mustangs were held to a mere 68 yards gained throughout the entire game. Ed Shannon finished the scoring as he tallied in the third quarter on a two yard plunge and again in the fourth with a 34 yard jaunt. Xladdock made three of the extra pointf to bring the score to 27-0. The next foe lined up for the Friars was St. Philil' at Hanson Stadium. The day was about as perlfeci as it could be: a clear sky, a crisp breeze. and a 45 degree temperature. The Gaels olliered stnbbori resistance to the Friar squad buckling down witl several goal-line stands. 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V QL sf NE wi' non rmlruns' woulcl-be Iarrklers Slmnnrm follmus Gacldini Ilmugh the George line riam Hom er Nine Upponen tA . . . to the two where he cleverly eluded three more St. George lads and danced over for the score. That was all Fenwick's fans needed. From that moment until well after the final gun, the cheers never ceased. Later on in the fourth quarter after Tom Egan had recovered a Dragon fumble, the Friars capital- ized on a thirty yard pass from Maddock to Moran to tie the score at 13-13. XVith only six minutes remaining, Fitzgerald went back to pass from his twenty but was rushed by nearly the entire right side of the line and the pass was deflected into the arms of joe McCormick who just kept running the twenty five yards to the goal line. Maddock missed the point but no one cared much. Fenwick had the lead and as the gun went off hundreds of deleriously happy Fenwick students rushed on the field to carry off the victorious F riars. Weber was the next foe on the Friar schedule and their stubbornness, combined with a sloppy, cold day, held the score to 7-6. For three quarters things were at a standstill, neither team gaining any headway. Then with eight minutes remaining in the last stanza, Caddini plunged over from the three I"enu'ir'k .S'Il,'lll'l7I-V on .Niels Pinu l'l'flI'fllf-S' eml of the lim' Holy Trinifgf flllffflllfk lripprrl up by .1Iz'Corlnic'k and the kick was made good. Five minutes later, Weber scored its only touchdown on a sensational 65 yard pass, but the extra point attempt was blocked. Evidence to the closeness of the game was given by the fact that Fenwick completed only three first downs and was forced to punt nine times. DePaul, probably the toughest of the opponents the F riars had yet to face, now loomed np to bar the way to a successful defense of the North Section title. The game itself, however, was a runaway as Fenwick, looking more like champs every game, whitewashed the Demons to the tune of 31-0. High- light of the game was Shannon's running. Eddie toted the ball eight times for 126 yards, nearly six- teen yards a try. Rigali led the scorers with a T.D. in the first and fourth quarters while Caddini, Mor- man, and Shannon each tallied once. Holy Trinity offered little resistance to the Friar march as Fenwick captured its seventh straight vic- tory without a defeat. NVith the aid of jim Maddock, who punted five times for a 46 yard average, Rudy Caddini, who scored twice on short plunges, and the fine all-around play of Tom McKenna, the Black and White romped to a 20-0 win. A 28 ya1'd pass from Moran to Tom Egan was responsible for Fen- wickis third touchdown. Fenwick completely outplayed a thoroughly dis- organized Loyola team both on offense and defense to clinch a share of the section crown for the fourth straight year. The final score was 32-7. Page 97 .X rI1'Ir'r11iii1erl lfzl Slzunnon gains rlrouml end .llorrui los.s'e.s' lielnzel as DePaul piles on . . . 0 e Kattle or Zeague Wife ln the second quarter, with the ball on the fifteen yard line, .Iohn Cywinski was sent in for the first time all season. johnss signal was called on the first , play and he proceeded to score the games first touchdown. The lead however, lasted only a few minutes as the Ramblers bounced back with a 53 yard mass ilav, converted the i.a.t., and led 7-6. . I I . I But Fenwick was not used to losing, and Shannon quickly scored twice, once on a 63 yard pass from Higali and again on a one yard plunge. Fenwick kicked off to start the second half, and as Nladdocks boot rolled into the end Zone, four Loyola men stood by and watched Pete Fleming fall on the ball for the fourth Friar score. After that Loyola fell apart as Rigali scored once more before the final gun went off. Fenwick completed its regular schedule against St. Blelis Knights on the frozen field of liockne Stadium. A four inch snowfall had fallen just the day before and the field was in terrible condition. The entire north end was covered with snow rang- ing from a couple of inches to drifts as deep as half a foot. The south end was gutted with patches of ice and only the center forty yards was in play- able condition. It was bitter cold as well, with the temperature about 18 degrees above Zero. The ele- ments seemed determined to beat the Friars and it wasnit until the fourth quarter that Toni Egan broke the ice with a 64 yard Mend-around" play on a handoff from Rigali. The one touchdown was enough to win, however, as St. Mel was blanked to Page 98 . , . wp I C.m'i'i'y Huron A ' l'rnnlx lllllllilllll Alon Xlcilorinic-lx liolm Xl0l'IllillI l'vl'1llIlx Kzispvr bepal-ting Senior . . . nzilw lln' linnl sc'oi'1': l"m-nwiclx 6: St. Xin-l U. tlins pi'ox'1-iiiviitclnrinqtlim- I'l'gI,lllill'St'1lSUll :incl wvrv noxx we-piiig thi- svn-tion title- ut l"n-nwick lor :it lcust Yylllgiiflftllllll'Sl'CUllll striiiglit lv1ig1ic'cl'owii. niotln-r x'm-nr. , , , , . ' 'lliv way tlnngs stiirtt-cl ont it cliclnt scvin ns il Hy lin' lllc- inosl iinportzint gannv. tliv Clutliolic Fc-nwick wus going to lmu- nina-li ol' ll clmiicv is l.l'2lLflIK' cillillllpltllwlllll. wus now lacing tln' lfriilr two Clzlrinvl lmoinlislivlls 1-xploclc-clwitliinsix niinn .iriclclm-rs as tht-y nivt Xlt. Cui'iiwl's city cliinnpions of tht- opvning kit-koll. Tlic- lirst cinm- on ll 28 yzucl it Solclim-rls Fit-lcl on Nova-inlwi' 25tli. Nlt. c:ill'Illi'l pass from Toni tliissicly to limcl lioinlm. aincl tlic 'incl lwvn sonnclly tronnccwl l1ySt. Cvorgc' in ii lJI'ilC- svconcl wus in tlu- liorin ol' an vncl run goocl for 1 ict- gznnm- lint. iivw-i'tlic-lvss, liaul llllLlt'l'QOllC vast ini- yurrls :incl tliv T.lJ. lay lslllllli l'inn. Page 99 17ictvriouA Uamity 'N ' Pun' that L'0IlQlll'll'd Sf. 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Murray, F. Cullen, YY. Berg, ml. Madden, C. Ilart. T. O'Bricn, I. Jordan, XV VVetzcl, j. Foley, T. Lamhcrty, YV. Dalton. M. Flood. -E. Callahan, F. Monaco. R. Hughes. ll. Crawford, R. Bcshk, C. Dalnn, P O'Reilly, C. Neville, M. Rahold, R. Callo, F. Reynolds, F. Maciszewslsi. el. Baratka, I. Maier, C. Rosncr, M, Graham. I. Bicck, A. Virsi, I. Richter C. Borkovec, I. Ancona, F. Iluspcn, I. Baratkafj. Hajek. R Dan 0,Brien-Coach, -I. Hughes-Mgr.. T. Hohcrg, M. Melvin. M. Rutowski Al. Lawler, J. Calahrcse, Al. Crow, I. Martin, R. Vondrasck, TVR-neck, K Uzanski, R. Kreitcr, P. RooncyfMgr., M. Burke. g--K. Cullen. Although the freshman gridders played only three games. their per formance proved that in due time they will do much to holster thc varsity squad. Launching their successful season against St. Philipis the young Friars scored a convincing victory, 26-6. The NVolves of St. Ignatius were held scoreless hy great defensive play While the boys from Fenwick tallied 35 points. Completing their impressive campaign, the point-happy Friars rolled over an inferior Rambler eleven from Loyola hy a decisive 47-6 score. Of the 140 Who tried out for Coach Dan O,Brien's squad only 50 survived. The Friar frosh line averaged a scrappy 150 pounds. Clarence Hart held down the position at center while Pete O,Reilly stood out at guard. Tackles included Mike Rahold and Al Virzi. The end positions were filled hy such freshmen as jim Lawlor and Terry O'Brien. The strong, speedy hackfield Was directed hy quarterback Chuck lpillllll, while Ron Beshk and Bud Reynolds efhciently filled the halfhack posts. Rounding out this Winning aggregation were Boh Gallo and joe Bicek alternating at the fullback slot. D Page 102 Chee leadel-A Ku 1-cllng: Al. Nlmmm-y. L. Sm-utmzm. ll. f:I'2lll1'. B. 'l'llil'S. 'lf XICCILIIIII. Sfilllllillgi lfr. XY. cjUIlll'X. P. SL'lliIlfl1l'l'. li. XlL'XLlIll'X. I.. Ilaullwl. -I, Oulu-y. 1'1olJ11bly thc orgmlizutimn most uctixc- pllysic-ally usiclv from thc ntlllc-tic tvzuns is tlllx cl1c'c1'lc-uclws. Tlu- uve-11 tCllll1u z1QL:1'4-gutimu wus s 1 2 lt mll tha- football and lmskctlmll 51111111-s. Tlu-so clutics wvrc llllQll1l'lltl'd In than lhll'tlClll11tl0Il ut thx- pvp rullic-S CIIIIIIIQ the football and lmskvtlmnll SPAISUHS. II11 Ying lost mm-lmlf of tllvir rcg ulurs ln' Qllldlllltlflll Inst vvzu' tlu squad fucvcl 21 major 1'c'x'isim1. This was awe-mllplisllccl to tlu- SlltiSf11k'tlOll of thu limp Xvllylll' IC. Conlcy. 0.15 by tlw Q',l'Ulll7 lc-cl by thc- svniors Pull Scllimllvr, Capt. amd Holm NIcXz1m'v. Nla-1-tings wvrc' hvlcl 1-vvry Nloncluy, Tm-scluy and Fricluy during thc ihootlxull and most of tllv lmzlskvtlmll svuson IIIKIUI' tllv wutclmflll vyv ol 4- I l'. Clonlcw. Pilgl' 1033 'il' 3. wa, X., NK 2,5 5 mx wk Q V, f 'X is p 5 Tv' 5755 3 4 3? Ft X gm X iq Hgilfxzzi 1 A zfmmf-'W.wi,Ts X W? .1 121131 SI IIS. ifgiggm Q Us 4 4 Q if Nf,1ipQy"5'25,5Q- .2 g:,3WQ,jE4 an if g it ' f Q ,L Q - INN.. E QRS L 5' Ai x fsf if X 53: ,Q j 9 .. 1 Q Ng? Y' V w My ,,.m.M. 4 . 35 Y X 4. X A Q. mm. K A W W 'S "fl SM Q s W N M g-5 1 V5- f f 1 A W ,NWIC-lg 6, X ,-,wfni M-N ff. The Senior Story ll' unc- juclgvs a hall cluh hy its1'c-co1'cl,011v must cmicc-tlc that l'1l'llXViCli'S Fight ing Friar aggrc-gatimi was thc- top quintn-t in the city svtup last xVilltl'l'. Pac-vcl hy .lim Barron. tht- licavics rippvcl tlircnlgh sixtvvn straight lovs lmction' hc-ing suhcluc-ml hy an infcrior Iloly Trinity squad. It was just onv ot thosc things. Dc-spitv a pro longvcl sluinp that innnvcliatcly tollowvcl tht- initial cln-tm-at, tha- svniors struck hack. Coach Bill Shays cage-rs got into the playolls ancl aclxancvcl all tht- way tn tlu llilglli' titlc tilt, which they lost to St. liita's chainpiou Nlustangs, ui1l'oi't1liiat1'ly IA-t's rvcap the svason . . . Xlistcr Shayls huclwt- happy clvniuns roarvcl past sn-Yvii practiu- licws lwlirm UIIQLILQIIIQ tlw Alunnu. who. lllClllPllt1llly arc' always tough to Copa- with. johnny l,attnc-r's p1'c-sc-ucv maclc' thc-in c-vc-n rcniglu-r this yt-ar. -Iohn raclwcl up 12 points to takn- thc l'Yl'lllllglS scoring honors, hut tht- varsity won thc-ir 1-ighth in a r 29-27. A win ovcr tht- St. lgnatius x'V0lYl'S gavv our hoys a clvan. llilll'-Qllllll' string going into tlu- lloliclay Tournainc-nt up at St. Clcorgc. lixhihiting rc-al lurni, tht Friars camturccl thc' tournaincnt laurc-ls hx' swtw Jinlf tour 'faint-s, im-1-tiiiff IA-n . 5 F1 ,N for tln- honors. XVrapping up tlu- tournaunvnt thc- livzivic-s tvriuinatt-cl tlu- practicc grincl with a 13 ganna' strcak hc-liind thvni. Ahnost automatically tht- hoys clit-kt-cl ull' tlirm- inorc x'ictoi'i1-s lmvlion- tlu tc-rrifiv upsct. SlllliCl'CCl at thu hancls ot tht- Tigvrs lrrnn Trinity. XVclwr and St 'l'Ul'lfUXl'l,l'II"'I''l'U1iIClll'l': ,lim liurrnn .w'n1'w.v again. .tll rym- un liu1'1'mi'xfrw1' llm U'wll ,uuurrlwrl by fighlingg lfri IlI', Ill'Y. lfll Cfurliii rll'il'f'x IIFUIIIIII IAIUUIII !ll'fV1'Illll'I'.S', Senior Basketball Team Hun l Nlgr. H, ci1lX1lllilQll. Ii, XX l5ll1'l'. NN. Iilgilll, l. NiC'lXl'llIlkl. l. l,BI'l1'Il, li. SlllllX.lIl. ll. llvnns-lly. Xlgr. XX. lililuls. Him' 2'-f.4uu'li Shay, bl. llarrnii. XX. ltllllvll. :X. XlbI'X'llll'. lx. ltosvlll. lu. Curtin. lluu P5 Ifr, XlUI'jl1lIIlllilll'l'. lf. K-ilhuy. li. llnnllt-y. ll. liavlnnan. XY. Nlc'Nlalmn. l', llvrmnlx. l'r. C.unlvx. f-U'f'!l1lllIIII.N ,Inn HIIVIHII mul lurl fvlllflll l'UllLflYIllllllfI' vzlrli ulliwr an Il .wilr'f'f'.s-xfrif .V'IlMllI, lhlgm' lll3 OVV Bzlrmn 111'ircs unflrr the lmskef, Semnzlllr' for Ure bull Clllffllg tl L bl C11 mga , unu Nlel came along and increased the losing string to three. Up at St. George the Friars dropped a hearthreaking oxertime hattle for their fourth reversal in a row. Finally they found themselves. jim Barron garnered 21 tallies as they reentered the win column hy lacing the Shamrocks in the second round opener. However. the rugged De Paul Demons came along and quickly ended the juhilation. At this point the team had a 17-5 slate. Loyola fell in the next tilt losing hy one point. The following game was a treat. i'Bnckets" Barron hit for 24 as the team licked the giant-killing Trinity fixc to reap sweet revenge. ln the final three league skirmishes the Friars took two. losing only to the Knights of St. Mel Clncidentally, the Knights were poison this yearg they dumped our hoys twice.j At the end ot the regular season We were in a peculiar entanglement. YVU were tied with St. Pats and Loyola for third place in the North section. However. Coach Shay led the squad to rapid tire triumphs over these ohstacles to the real sectional playotls. Barron starred again. potting 24 as Nlt. Carmel tell first, 66-4-1. Then pesky De Paul succuinhed with Tim O,Brien getting 16 markers. .Xt long last the hig game arose. Fenwick versus St. Rita for the Catholic Loop Championship! lt was a great hattle hut we lost. Barron hit for 22 to hring his season total to an even. lofty 500 points. jim Was, hy tar, our team's most valnahle player. Barronis partner in captaincy, Eddie Curtin. played stellar ball through- out the campaign. Timmy O'Brien was great. john Bachmann was very much underrated. john performed like a pro. Underclassman Al Norville was a valuable asset to the team and along with Bill Nlc-Nlahon and Bob Sullivan should form the nucleus ot' next seasonis Friar contingent. YVe say that this year's seniors had the Cityis hest cage team due to the fact that they played .781 percentage ball Win- ning 25 while losing only T. OPPOSITIC PAGE TIIII Ulirien - "I311.sl1f111i' ,lolni liflvliniun - "Look af tim! snort Holi Snllirzzn - Al Xorrille 4 jolnz Bllflllllllll - Bill .Vfxlln :on Barron, Oiliricii. Barrlznzuli. ,Yor1'iiic'.1lH11C1ll'lin IIIIIIKUU be orc grunt Y o ll Uclxc Hllll Page 106 v 1 f .,x,n Nw W1 12. HW f 0, X xxx MS. ,K Score SENIOR 1952 Practice Games Fenwick ..,............... 45 Leo ......... .......... 3 9 Fenwick .................. 58 St. Rita ....... .......... 4 8 Fenwick .................. 36 Weber ......... .......... 3 2 Fenwick ...........,...... 58 St. Phillip ....,.v......... 36 Fenwick .................. 55 Leo .......,.................. 53 Fenwick .................. 63 Mt. Carmel ............ 43 Fenwick ..............,... 53 St. Rita ................v. 51 Varsity ...,,..........,.... 29 Alumni .................... 27 Fenwick .................. 60 St. Ignatius ............ 42 St. George Tournament Fenwick .................. 59 St. Patrick .............. 40 Fenwick .................. 51 St. Ignatius .............. 37 Fenwick .................. 52 St. George .v............ 36 Fenwick .................. 57 Leo ............. .......... 4 6 League Games Fenwick .................. 77 Fenwick .................. 57 Fenwick ............... Fenwick ............... Fenwick ............... F enwick ............... Fenwick ............... Fenwick ............... Fenwick F enwlck .................. 37 Fenwick .................. 66 ' 62 Fenwick ..........,.... Fenwick ............... Fenwlck ............... St. Patrick .............. 35 De Paul ,.....,,........., 46 ,.,52 Loyola ................... .30 ...57 Holy Trinity ......... .67 ...40 Weber ................... .55 ...42 St. Mel ................... .46 ...37 St. George .............. 39 fOvertimeJ ...75 St. Patrick ............ ..60 De Paul .................. 48 Loyola .................... 36 Holy Trinity ............ 43 Weber ...,............... .43 ...49 St. Mel ................... .58 ...58 St. George ........... .31 Playoffs St. Patrick ............ N.S. 3rd Place-Fenwick N .S. 3rd Place-Fenwick ................ 56 Quarter-Final- Semi-Final- Title Game Player Fenwick Fenwick ................ 52 42 Loyola .................... 34 Mt. Carmel ............ 44 De Paul ................ 46 ' 57 F enwlck ................ 44 St. Rita .................. Entire Season's Record Fenwick 25 Victoriesg Opponents 7 Victories - Percentage .781 SENIOR INDIVIDUAL SCORING 1952 'Barron, Jim .......... O'Brien, Tim ............. Bachmann, John ....... Curtin, Eddie ........ N orville, Al ............ McMahon, Bill Sullivan, Bob ........ McKenna .Tom Ebben, Bill ........ Dooley, Dick ...... Gilboy, H eroux, Wisner, Hennelly, Bob Frank Dick .... Tom .......... Baskets Free Throws Total .......191 118 500 ........126 81 333 ........102 58 262 90 82 262 57 34 148 28 29 75 24 23 71 3 11 17 6 3 15 2 3 7 2 1 5 1 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rigali, Bill .......... ........ 627 -lie H15 Team Points ............Y........... 1700 Average .........,.,.....,,..,,, 53,1 Opponents .......................,.... 1390 Average ......,....,.....,.,,,,, 43,4 'Jim Barron was named to the All-Chicago Area Team OPPOSITE PAGE Barron hits from the side. Bill McMahon floats through the air with the greatest of ease Tim O,Brien adds one more to Fenwick total. Bachman, McMahon, and Barron await the rebound. V for victory. Page 108 WWW gif? 4 'Y mv' A J W Q fjgbmk mf, TSW M X W fo 2- ,xp M xg Q . .A xu 11 Giga? Legg we mi W 1952 Junior Ka lzet6all I QW How 1-ll. Salmon, C. D'Amorc. M. Xllllsli, N. lluviluml, H. Cullo, R. llayus. C. Dulim, Maumgc 1' NY. Tilwlnitts. llUVV2'lXli1ll2lg4'l' ll. cjLlYLll1klgl'l, R. llolluml, R. Corrigan. T. Doliorty, K. Pliclam, I. Carsten:-, Conn-li Slmy. Howl?-l"r. Conley, J. Rooney, F. Reynolds, T. Morris, T. O'Bricn, T. Flynn, M. Hyun, Fr. Xl0l'gillltlllllt'f. Inset-Co-captains Dick Corrigan and Tom Dolicrty. 701m ?enwicle fligla ting SWMES uv. V ww-fr 1, ma ww ll ----1----11-nm----n Fcnwicliis l.lttll'llll'll wvrc' jinxvcl cvvn ln'- forc- tht-y startccl this past svuson. Tlu-y wc-rv following in tht- footsteps of our grvaitc-st junior quintct. llcmw-x'c'l', annnzing Bill Shay, the Frinris inc-ntor. wlnppt-cl togvtlicr ai sparkling ziggrvgution which linishvcl tht- czunpnign wt-ll nlnovc thc' fin- liunclrvcl ll'lmup.v.' Ton liiglif I wmglit ll Iiglilf Hyun 1l1'irr2s' in for u lay-up ,vliot Pugv 111 inurlx. Nlistvr Shay hc-gain that l'11C4' with ll grvvn first linv nncl nothing in thc wary or rvsclwcs. lmtis tallw il look ut thz- tvainiis rvcorcl this wintvr. Loo, South Svc-tion king, opvm-Ll our pulctic-L' grincl with il thorough lashing of Dolu-rty, Clorrignn uncl coinpnny. llowvxvr tht- llC'Yt'l'-Sily-fllil Friurs caunc- buck nncl hy whipping thv St. Ignatius XVolxc-s. also ol' tht- South Svction, tc'i'ii1i1mtn'Ll tht- cxhihition trail with ai .500 rating. Curinvls CQIIIIYRIII lim-fl our shortim-s halnclily in tlw lfvnwic-k lloliclqiy Tourna- nwnt 38-25 Llllil that was tlmt. ,f""' -. x'- 7701-tl: Section Third P acer Then the season opened and the boys caught fire. St. Pats fell as the first Friar victim in '52. An experienced De Paul five dealt the cagers their initial loss even while Tom Doherty was potting 22 markers. Co-Captains Doherty and Corrigan led the lights to five straight victories to end the first round. The Shamrocks took the second round opener easily with our Tom Doherty again racking up 22 tallies. The losing string jumped to two as the men faced the Demons for the second time. In the final five tilts the littlemen captured four while dropping only one, that one to the XVebe1' lied Horde. Finishing third in the North section the Friars were eligible for the league play-offs. Sadly enough the boys met the ultimate league champs, the De La Salle Nleteors. in the first playoff Qquarter-final? and were defeated handily 63-48. Doherty was our top marksman with 273 points. Pappy Corrigan was a steady scorer chalking up 241 points. Marty Ryan was the third highest marksman with 128 points. Other stalwarts were Tom Flynn, graduating Bob Salmon, Nick Haviland and Kieran Phelan. Mike Walsh was injured, and thus he missed quite a few ball games. Nevertheless, Mike scored 95 points. Of the 19 fellows on the squad only two are graduating, aforementioned Bob Salmon and .lack Carstens. As you can see there are great prospects for next year and the two Co-Captains will also be back. However Coach Bill Shay can build a winner any time. His record speaks for itself. OPPOSITE PAGE llueilaml floats up for a shot. Page 112 Bob Salmon luck Cnrstuzs Tom Flynn Marty Ryan Dick Corrigan Tom Doherty Mike XVIIIJL WAP? Score JUNIORS 1952 PRACTICE GAMES Fenwick ....... .......... 4 5 Leo .............. ....... 5 9 Fenwick .................... 40 St. Rita ........ ....... 3 9 Fenwick .................... 33 Weber ........... ....... 2 8 Fenwick .................... 20 St. Phillip ..... ,...... 3 5 Fenwick .................... 45 Leo ....................,....... 54 Fenwick .................... 40 Mt. Carmel ....,,..,..... 27 Fenwick .................... 39 St. Rita .................... 40 Fenwick .................... 40 St. Ignatius .............. 37 Fenwick 4 practice wins - Opponents 4 practice wins .500 pct. Exhibition Slate CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Fenwick ..................., 25 Mt. Carmel .............. 38 LEAGUE GAMES Fenwick .................... 47 St. Patricks ....,......... 45 Fenwick .................... 61 De Paul ......... ....... 6 8 Fenwick .................... 66 Loyola, ..........,........... 40 Fenwick .................... 70 Hol Trinity ............ 42 Fenwick .................... 44 Weber ...................... 39 Fenwick .................... 38 St. Mel ......... ....... 3 0 Fenwick .................... 50 St. George ................ 42 Fenwick ..... v ,............. 49 St. Patricks .............. 61 Fenwick ......v............. 39 De Paul ......... ....... 6 S Fenwick .................... 42 Loyola ...................... 41 Fenwick .................... 64 Hol Trinity ............ 38 Fenwick .................... 34 Weber ...................... 42 Fenwlck ................,... 52 60 Fenwick St. Mel ..............,....... 51 38 St. George ................ Fenwick 10 Wins - Opponents 4 Wins .714 Pct. League Slate PLAYOFF: QUARTER-FINAL Fenwick .................... 48 De LaSalle ...... U63 OVERALL SEASON RECORDS: 14 Wins, 10 Losses - .583 Percentage Points Scored .................... 1091 Average ............ 45.5 per tilt Opponents ........................ 1060 Average ............ 44.1 per tilt INDIVIDAUL SCORING-IUNIORS Player Baskets Free Throws Total Doherty, Tom ........ ...,...,. 9 9 75 273 Corrigan, Dick ...... ......... 9 8 45 241 Ryan, Marty ....... ......... 4 4 38 126 Walsh, Mike ....... ......... 3 5 25 95 Flynn, Tom ..... ......... 2 9 35 93 Salmon, Bob ....... .....,... 3 0 22 82 Haviland, Nick ...... ......... 3 0 21 81 Phelan, Kieran ........ ......... 1 3 32 58 Holland, Rich ........ ...... 5 6 16 Hayes, Bob ............ ...... 1 2 4 Dahm, Chuck ..,..... ...... 2 0 4 Frazen, Ron ............... ...... 1 1 3 Reynolds, Frank ....... ...... 2 0 4 Carstens, jack ........ ...... 1 0 2 O'Brien Terry ........ ...... 1 0 2 james, Bob ............ ...... 1 0 2 D'Am0re, George ...... ...... 1 0 2 Callo, Bob .............. ...... 1 1 3 Rooney, john ..... ......... 0 0 0 394 sos 1091 Page 114 Kan tanw and ?lyA Bantam Team H1111 I Xlgl. l'. 4l11y1'1', Nl. clllillllllll. 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This old adagc was .mroyccl lrnc once again hy the Scnior Swimming Tcam during tht- 1952 season. Thr- mermcn, for the Qofh timc in 21 scisons. wc-rc found holding the Scnior Catholic Lcaguc Champ onship. Thr- scniors, lcd hy thcir captain. blolm Ullcillj., and high scoring -lim Valle-au. took all of thcir 4-ight mccts. Altcrnaling in thc 50 yard frcc stylc, XYlillt'1lll and lCnright c-apinrccl al eight cvcnts in eight starts. ln the 150 yard incliviclnal nn-fllcy -loc Doody wagcd an uphill strugglc against Nlclllligott. -.vhf placed first in all of his four starts. Captain 0111 illy lcd thc scoring in the 200 yard frcc stylc with fyclilllillll' a clost second. Crlmt lived up to cvcryoncis cxpcctations hy hcing nn- dcfcatcd in thc 100 yard hack strokc in scvcn starts with 'lacl Moynihan running sccond. Lavignc, in thc 100 yard lm-asl 't'ol:c cclffcd Kccirm hv taking six out of viffht starts. bl , , g . 1 . g . , g Thc tcam snllcrcd a scrious loss whcn o'1if-my had tc unclcrgo an alillcnclicitis opvration which climinattcl him fron' the Scnior Swimming Championships, ln tht- lcaguc clizxmpiont ships, Hoody captured thc 50 yard Frcc stylc in 25:3 to takf Page 116 first svt il nvw rvcorcl of l:0S:7. Bnt in thc finals Nlckllligott plzlcvcl first tht- 150 yurtl incliviclnail invcllc-y NIL-Elligott lmrokc his own rc-c-orcl w cluml il cn-clitallmlv sm-oncl uncl Oiflonnor fourth. Crnnt took tht- hawk strokc' clash with xltlyllllllklll soc-ond :incl john Unnnc thi rtl. lXl'l'XVlIl was nosi-cl ont lay Curvy of Nlt. Curinc-l in tlu- l00 Kvrwin won hnncls clown. Thx' llwcllcw I'l'l21y swiininvrs. Crnnt. l,ux'igm- :incl Yullcun. took thi- chunipionsliip in thc-ir on-ntg ttlwy haul pri-xionsly sc-t il new rc-corclj. Thns Fc-nwick snc- ci-i-cli-cl to its ion. Catholic Imagine- Cflunnpionship. stnclvnts at l"z'nwick uliont tht- .Innior Swimming Tcznn. .Ns wc 4 ill know, thc' nnswcr is "yc's". For thv eighth straight yvalr, Fc-nwic'k's jnniors took tlw .lnnior Catholic lmzlgllc' Chznnpion- Junior Swimming Team How l l'. ki-lly. .-X. Xl'l'vlIIIlIU. I.. XYilson. I'. -Ifnivs. D. Cook. li. llllllllfllll. plzlc-in ln tlllllllfylllg lor tht- 100 yiml lmrczlst strokv Kvcnun with rccorcl-l1olclc'i' Kvcnun sc-concl uncl lmviginc thirtl. In ith ll tinw ol- 1:-44:1 lloocly cannc' in svconcl. Yullvzni msily took tht- 200 yurcl frvc' style- with Miko Bon- yurcl lirvc- stylc' with Xlikv Nic-c following. Thv lirct- stylc' rvlzly tvznn of Nicc. Xloynuhzln. linright uncl o o o amor Smmmmg XVluitz1guin? This was tht- fllll'StlOIl ln-ing iiskt-tl by ull tht' lx. Kinllvn, ll. XX lt'lxl.lIlKll'l'. j. Xlorrissc-y. I". xillfllll. fl"Hf'H f'-W'f'Uf"5 l""'f1'f'l fll""' Howl VI. XlL'lh'icli'. -I. Xlnnnion. Xl. BUlll'lllll'll. I. liovlw, T. l'll'1lllZl'll. I I". Nlzu-isxmxski, .L lnqrinn. tl, Ynrgii-, lt. Van Da- Nllilli-. -I. lit-1n'cl. Ilow Sf lj.fyBll1'llL'UJlL'lI. lt. liinqvr. ul. llnghvs. U, Snntlw. l,. Clrossinnn, II, liolgvr. ll. lxnlis. l'. Olltvilly. NY. St-ainlon. XI. Nivv. XY. lit-rry. ll. lfi-i-li-3. T. lll't'IIlilll. lfr. Conlm-X. 'illurry up and shoot-it's cold in here!" anior Swimming ship. Sparked by the vivid performance of Mike Niec and the invaluable work of Mike Bouchard, Wally Smithe, Lenny Crossnian and diver Ken Cullen, the boys came out on top in seven of eight meets, the one set back having been suffered at the hands of South Shore. In the championship meet on March 9, at Loyola, the juniors qualified enough men to win an easy victory, scoring a total of 59 points. In the 50 yard free style event, Friars Bou- chard and Moran took first and fifth place respectively while Niec placed third in the 50 yard breast stroke. In the 50 yard back stroke, Sniithe took an easy first place, while Bouchard and Beeman finished second and fifth respectively in the 100 yard free style. Ken Cullen took top diving honors with jack Morrissey placing fourth. Niec and Moran, in the 75 yard in- dividual inedlcy, finished first and fourth in that order. Smithe, Bolger and O,Rei11y topped all others in the 150 yard medley relay. Upon capturing the Junior Catholic Crown, another successful season was wrapped up by coach Dan O'Brien's Iunior Mermen. Senior Swinnning Meet Scores Junior Swinnning Meet Scores Fenwick 64 St. George ..., 11 Fenwick 54 St. George 12 Fenwick 64 Loyola ............ 11 Fenwick 37 Loyola ......,..... 28 Fenwick ..,. 36 Harrison .,.,,... 6 Fenwick .... 52 Harrison ,....... 5 Fenwick 37 Harrison ........ 20 Fenwick .... 45 Harrison ........ 12 Fenwick 28 Stcimnctz ...... 15 Fenwick 32 Steinmetz ...... 16 Fenwick 52 Wells ............., 5 Fenwick 40 XVe11s .............. 8 Fenwick G4 Loyola ....,.,..... 11 Fenwick 4015 Loyola ............ 2515 Fenwick 5116 South 'Shore .... 151i Fenwick 27 South Shore .... 30 Page 118 OPPOSITE PAGE "Off we go-" These three swim lJllCkll2!lNl-S He hit the roof on this one. Four iunior champs. 1ts11iii to 111' st1'1111g ill 1lista1111-11 l'llIl- Ill'l'S. M11-1' 111111-ing third i11 both tl11' L1'11l111i A. A. U. 111111 Ill the Daily Ncws 1111-01. H111 t1'11111. 11111111 tl11' t1'111liti111111Hy good 1-11111-i1i11g oi Xlr. l.11wl1-ss. 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XVLIS 1141 4x4411114111 134111 111 lllll 1 4 1111114141 11141 14111111 1111'4111g11 115 511c4141551'111 5411154111 1:41111 4111 111 11411114 1 +114 N11C1 XV1'St C41111111'y CI11111 111141 4111 1'411'41ig11 Q1'l'l'IlS. A5 11511.11 1114 tl 1111 11.14 111 4'41114111i11g 411 F11111411' Xvilylll' E. C,4111141y. Page 121 In tramural Senior Leclgue lniromurol Champs How l-D. Collins, A. Kuta, Al. Finun. Row 2-li. Morimiu. S. Iinrt, T. Egan, F. Kasper. Junior League Champs KIlL'i'iil1Q2 L. Iluimcs, li. Cl1Sty, R. Mvyvr, C. Iillgllll. Stzpuciingz -I, McGovern. C. Amoroso, C. Brcmcvk, H. Lcwis. R. NIL-Ci Page 122 ju tramurallf Once again, the seniors came up with the majority of winners as Intramural Night formally marked the close of winter activity in F enwickis Intramural sports circuit. The senior's swimming squad left the other classes lloundering in their wake as they again emerged from the depths of the pool with another swimming title tucked away. The seniors amassed a total of 36 points as compared with the juniors' 17, the sophomores, 10, and 2 for the freshmen. john Howard paced the seniors with victories in the 25 and 50 yard free style, as well as aiding in the medley and relay events. In the semi-finals, Howard broke the 50 yard free style record by posting a time of 26:9. The old mark was 2712. John Parichy took a clear title to the 25 yard back-stroke record, when he did the length in 14:6. He had previously set a record of 15:3 in the semi-finals, but less than five minutes later, senior Dick Clark tied it. The seniors were bolstered by Bill Gilmoreis win in the 25 yard breast stroke. When the 75 yard medley relay team of Howard, Clark and Gilmore came through with a first, the seniors clinched the championship. But just for insurance, the 100 yard relay team of jack McGovem, George Rezek, Leon Clarizio and John Howard splashed home with a victory. The ping pong toumament was a repeat of last years per- formance as jim Van Pettin, '53, took two straight games from Don Lopez, 21-16 and 21-10. Richard Smith, '53, teamed with Van Pettin in the doubles, and they disposed of the Challengers 21-13 and 21-12. In the junior division of the basketball finals, a sophomore and senior team vied for the crown with the seniors coming out on top 28-17. Members of the undefeated senior team were Ron Meyer, George Hogan, Jack McGovern, Larry Holmes, George Broucek, Roger Casty, Gene Amorosa and Dick Lewis. While the contest in the senior division was closer, the class of ,52 again triumphed 19-16. Tom Egan, Al Kuta, jack F inan, Frank Kasper, Steve Hart, Dave Collins, joe McCormick, Bob Moran and Terry Moran composed the senior team. Page 123 In tmmural For the first time a bowling league has been set up at Fenwick under the supervision of the athletic department. Six teams went through a ten game schedule. Midway through the season the team of Hal Newman, Ron Sauer, Bob Fridlund, R. W. Hall, Joe Beniacs and Bob Burns took over the lead which they held for the remainder of the schedule. The second place team of George Rezek, Bill Hoyne, Bern Flaherty, Bill Barnett and jim Klein came within three games of winning the title. Earlier in the year the thirteenth annual bowling tournament was held at the Circle Bowling Alleys. The F rosh-Soph competition was won by Roberson, Peshek, Manning and Larocca. Larocca also took the Singles Title while Beshk and Bussan won the doubles. In the Senior-Junior division the team of Fridlund, Saviski, Sauer and Donovan came out on top. Barnett won the Singles and Flaherty and Meyer were tops in the Doubles. Swimming Intramural Champs R. Feeley, I. McGovern, L. Clarizio, J. Parichy, G. Rezek, W. Gilmore, R. Clark, J. Howard. Ping-Pong Champions R. Smith and J. Van Pettin, repeat last year's performance. New record-holder, John Parichy, Page 124 W 3? if f w u x A V 54 Q 1 2 5 'ek al 5: Wee Si! er Qvveai NVhile over a thousand thrilled spectators cheered them on eight boys battled th ' t , p I . eir way o titles in their respective weight classes in the Silver Cloves Championship on the last Friday in March. The first to annex a crown was Ed Powers who defeated Otto Eisfeld for the 90 lb. title. Dick NlcHale, last year's 90 lb. champ beat Ollie Mull, la -k f ' l 1 ' ' ' ' ' ning's second title encounter. en J ic or t ie 100 lb. championship in the ei e- Bob Auer, making his third appearance in the finals, wrested the 115 lb. championship from an agressor joe Valenti in a close battle. ln the 125 lb. bout Bill Daddano made a great comeback to snatch the title from a very determined Fred Hus Jen. llus Jen Wo tl . fi'.'t ' l ' ' ' - ' ' advantage. 1 1 n ie is iounc hom Daddano, but could not hold lns South V D 135 lb. title. joe Ferrone, using the science of boxing to a great advantage, defeated battling joe Lawlor for the 145 lb. crown. This marked the third appearance for Ferrone in the championship. having won two crowns in this span. paw Bill O,Day made all his blows count as he beat the charging Owen Bell for the The 155 lb. crown settled triuinphantly onthe head of Bill Huber as he outpointed cagey Ralph Messenbrink. In a rough and tumble match, Terry Moran succeeded in obtaining the heavyweight title l l K , t lat e uded his grasps of last year. Moran defeated his backfield running mate Rudy Gaddini in a close slugtest. The championships were preceded by five pieliminfu l c t Al K . . , ' . 'y nu s, eegan and Tully Griffiths alternated 1 .' ' ff 1 l ' lf l ' ' ' A ' ' ' IS re elee uit juc ge wnle Bill Gilmore acted as the other judge Nlarve Adams 1 t l . f . . c 1. QC CC as tiiner and announcer respectively. Top Row: Valenti to Auer, long distance cull. The Crowd. The lVinners. Tliings are looking up for Ilomliiest. Second Row: Then flze roof fell in. Adagio dancers. Fisf meets fist in Powers-Eisfelcl fight. Bottom. Row: Ferrone and Lawlor exchange .stiff lrlows. "Is tlzis an elllow which I .see before me?" Look OUT, craefllyff Crossed "sworfl.s',' with Manning and Feeley. Page 126 ui Z. M0 f .1 ? J F J- , x a- L.-, '. - l - . . ". Y- A., iv .17 1 ' ' I -- . 5' Vr .' 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