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

 - Class of 1956

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4 N Q, -- ..-..--inl!- F' Jail mary f fqung ' , ll o ' 'N L 1 5 fgc lore! is WHA fAcc . . . . Semi of fzflksclonz, Pracy kr ll VN Ogg 'Q Q oQn J C9 '30 me uw o P X Cc Sgggggg? e 1956 l!LllCliFlllAxR Fenwlck Hugh School Oak Park Illlnols of l956 and by ihe lunuor s+af'f members who are co operahng wlfh us We have prepared a puc+orlaI and descrlphve accounf of our life af Fenwick and +ha+ of Hue undergradua'I'es and we preseni +o you 'fhe nofes we have made Y l I yr! Y I offers nofes, observaiions, and reflecfions made by us, fhe seniors C71 'LUX CIS! tu S8413 CC 04ff OC Sf 3 L 4 n nose 10 n fm fu e .Zinc 5 o Cn C Classes n 1 C iw' 1 n 1 For s s vm 'Y WT.- JW! 4 K 6 , , ,Ac ' b ri bs Q I A ' ' Y., A r s fy, .,,. - . ,,.' ' 'X ,f ,. ' v . , . . Q, .1 V , ' 1 5, -:Ni ' A . n Q K K . D . .. x . 1' , - u r " . 9' nO S K ar ,K ' 1 'O 'I IL , 3 .AK ,Q OMS CCOWQG And we fhe class of l956 look back over our years under 'fhns +ower and reflecl on 'rhe nofes we have +aken four years of homework assign menfs four years of class noles nofes +aken +o learn foolball plays noles for school publncahons and many ofhers The symbols of a s+uden+ are mdeed nofebooks 'rexlbooks and wrnhng maleruals bul now when nl comes hme +o leave Fenwlck e apprecaale deeply fhe many noles whnch luHle by ll+'I'le almosf uncon scuously have been wru++en an our hearfs lhe lncreased abllnfy fo dushn guush 'rrulh from falsehood rughl from wrong fhe frequenf recephon of +he sacramenfs +he lashng personal fruendshnp fhe sincere unferesl urged us persuslenlly 'lo become beHer men Many noles are never wrn++en They are slmply fell For memorys sake we shall +ry ln 'I'hus l956 BLACKFRIARS 'lo cllus+rale our wrlH'en and unwrl'Hen noles on The Domlmcan Fafhers and Brolhers Who Have Theur Home In The Prxory Pa es The Admunlsfralors and Faculfy Members Who Plan and Effecl' 'l'he Educahon of Youfh Admnmslrahon Teachmg S+aff Parenls Who Co operale In Mamlamung and Expandmg School +hrough 'rhe Parenls Orgamzaluons Building Fund Theur Efforls Manufes+ed The S+uden+ Body Their Thenr Their Their lndex Classes Achvuhes Sporls Farewell 5 Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages Pages I2 I3 4 I62l 22 23 2425 2677 72 89 90 l07 IO8 I39 l40 I4l I42 I44 en I U l : In ' u I n I I W of fhe Dominicanllzalhers, lhe olher feachers, ahd our paren+s, who . A 9 - . . . I 45 - . . . . . me . . in A J -lgqgu., tn.. A-Je-im Q 'X ' W A, Q-Q. . ' O 'VY ,Rr n an ouf of fAese oors . . . we have gone seelning work and recreation. The doors in +l'1e picfure above recall loofball pracfice, swimming meefs, baslrefball games, and many social aclivifies. Casfellini, Francis Horan, Malrauslas, and R. Carney loaf af flue gymnasium en- france. 'Ci T, 3 wggy. 'N fini ff-Lg Qi is ,, E ' M NA 2 ml 9 -, , '32 I .PQ 4 31 Sv 'W-W ff f 4 ost, 114 , I ,A C KY , ,X f . yn' 1 . 1 f . - 7 M . K. I! qi lt. K n s V 1 x s ' x 74, 1 IN 1 KX V, X X. XXX .XX X. X S A24 , Xi R A HRS Holiness, Pope Pius XIV, Proiecfcr of fhe Order of Preadwers fl if XQQN x wx SQQQSIY saw ' - xxx- xf Me ' in Emi? S 1 The Very Revwend Edwarc L H,gHes S.T.'v4. LLD. Pio' Prcfncla- .o jg x z I,i" je 5 61771 6 :iq . ggi 'ES 5 x L?" 'ffl ' --sl, ngams ti Q, -'rw S' ,..... L- Q . X f' V ? x if ff ,K V ig-, , '-if -,al-3 f lliil La.. 014:11 I4 iuf2lfE.asi TA .- is 1 feng 1 eg N, QD C i 3 His Eminence, Samuel Alphonsu Sirich, Archbishop of Chicago e are grafeful fo our greaf leavlers The young people are fhe hope of fhe family and of fhe counfry. Jesus Himself had a predilecfion for children, and loved fhe virluous young man . . . You wish +o be 'I'he youih of 'lhe Pope:-very well, fhen, We wish fo be fhe Pope of youfh. Young and old do nor measure 1'heir age by fhe number of iheir years: he is young and will remain young who be- lieves and has confidence, who acfs and wifh cour- age. The fufure belongs io youfh, bui fo a youfh who will lrnow how 'lo conquer ii and domina+e if . . . The presenf hour, wifh greai urgency, presenfs ifs needs to you under lhe 'Form of a 'lriple require- menh clear principles, personal courage, and an un- breakable union be+ween religion and life. PIUS XII II .Mui Vwqwwm Www, Very Reverend C. M. FISHER. O.P, M.A. Lehi Very Reverend I. N, MORCENTHALER. O.P.. B.A. Gm fge men AeAinalf!1e scenes. . . we have nolecl much lhal is seldom wriHen or 'rhoughi of by lhe sludenls. The Priory is +he home of fhe Falhers and Bro+hers, where fhey pray, sfudy, ear, and sleep. The Prior is +he fafher of +he communilyg +he subprior is his assislanl. The procuralor is fhe business manager of +he house and school. The laybro+hers keep +he Fafhers alive and happy by cooking for lhem and caring for +he household needs. sfsllgfl MCCORMICK. Op Brofher Brother Brother Brother HENRY DENIER. O.P ALBERT TRUIILLO O.P BERNARD ARNHEIM. O.P. ROBERT SHEPARD. O.P, -1 ,X iv Reverend C DELLA PENTA OP The Fa+l'1ers reci+e 'rlwe Divine Office in common Brofhcr ' BRADLEY. OP PHILIP MICHON O.P, -qnvff PhD M, 1. MURPHY OP ST Rcvfrerd Luc C H D'URSO OP. ST.D R X 'silslii -Ask ,Q 1 A Brother 3 Qfv. in fhe communify chapeh Reverend - , F LARCHER v OP. Ph.D Brorhcr PASCHAL HUNT. O,P. RAPHAEL MONACHAN, O.P. -X-N l if The Reverend John E. O'Connell, O.P., S.T.Lr., M.A. 7 ecome fo enwic 5 new Principa lmporfanf in our nofes for lhe year is fhe appoinl- menl of our new principal, Fa+her O'ConnelI. Fafher came fo us from Rosary College in River Foresf, where he had been chaplain and professor of Theology for nine years. His home is New Haven, Conneclicul, where he allended Hillhouse High School. He received his bachelor of arfs degree from Providence College, Providence, Rhode lsland, af+er which he en+ered +he Dominican Order, was ordained, and received his Lec- for of Theology degree a+ +he Dominican House of Sfudies a+ River Foresf and his masler of arls degree a+ S+. Thomas Aquinas College. We welcome him, a forceful and capable leader, and complimen+ him on lhe ou+s+anding success of his firsl year as lhe direclor of our school life. He became immedialely inferesled in complering rhe new school building, lhe audiforium and classrooms. To fhis end he has worlced unfiringly 'lo encourage lhe Fenwick Developmen+ Fund Drive, now well under way. We appreciale deeply his personal inferesf in us, manifes+ed especially in his privafe in+erview wilh each of fhe seniors. iscip ine in fhe school is lhe problem given 'ro Fafher Reardon: and all of us have many no+es aboul him and fhe office on sec- ond floor. The duly of lceeping II8O +een-agers in order is no+ an easy assign- rnenf, and penances and "jug" have been frequenf causes of irriiafiong buf really we do apprecia+e +he necessify for cor- reclion and lhe excelleni' resulls obfained and +he good advice given by our effi- cien+ direcior of discipline. Faiher Reardon was born in Sioux Falls, Sou+h Dalio+a. He a++ended +he Dominican elemen+ary and high schools fhere, and 'rhen enfered Nolre Dame. He joined fhe Dominicans and sfudied a+ River Foresf, and was ordained 'rhere in I949. He has been assigned lo Den- ver, Colorado, and lafer wenf 'ro ihe Uni- versify of New Mexico, where he was chaplain of fhe Newman Club. The Reverend John l. Reardon, O.P. Ph.Lic. The Reverend John Fran:7s Jacobs OP. Ph.L'c. B.M,E. Direcfcr of Sfcdies 7-a fAer aco has given us many occasions for pleasanf enfries in our memory noleboolc. His genilemanly consideraiion for us in our diiiicul+ies wi+h siudies and marlcs makes us ior+una're +o have him as one of our leaders. Fa+her Jacobs comes from Currie, Minneso+a. Afier high school in Minne- soia he enfered S+. Joseph's College in Collegeville, lndiana. During his ihree years in ihe Navy he afiended ihe navy fraining school a+ Marquefie Universify, where he remained ai+er his service dis- charge fo gef his degree in engineering. He enfered lhe Dominican Order, 'roolc his philosphy af River Fores+, re- ceived +he degree of Liceniiafe in Phil- osophy, fhen complefed his 'rheology course and was ordained a+ Dubuque, Iowa. ffbovez Reverend W. D. Van Rooy, O.P. Righfc Reverend G. G, Conway, O.P. ,AJ nzuffos unnof The 'Facul+y, sfudenfs, and Faiher Con- way's many olher friends congralulafe him on his +wen+y-fiflh anniversary of or- dinafion 'ro 'rhe priesfhood. Fa+her Con- way has been 'reaching here for iwenly- four years. His specially is mafhemalics, of which he has laugh? all high-school courses. He is fhe founder of 'lhe Debaling Union and has direcfed ii from ifs in- ceplion in I935, and many a champion speaker he has developed. All Fenwick sfudenls know Faiher Conway as fhe manager of 'rhe school books+ore, a posilion he has had ever since he came here. He has sponsored several olher aclivifies. Since Seplember, I932, he has de' vofed himself generously 'ro Fenwick and has given many, many hours of his lime for ex+ra help lo his former sludenls who refurn +o +heir frusfed and admired in- slruclor. wo Sfver yugilees Congralulalions are exlended +o Fa- fher Van Rooy upon his compleiion of 'rwenly-five years in 'rhe pries+hood. Fa- +her came 'lo Fenwick in Sepfember, I932g +augh+ here +wo years: 'rhen +ook fwo years of graduafe work al lhe Uni- versily of Wisconsin. ln Seplember of I936 he refurned and has remained here since. His aclivilies here have been numerous: class moderafor many +imes, drama+ics +wo Years, "The Wick" i939- l942, "Blackfriars" I955 and I956, and many olhers. He became assislanl prin- cipal in I942 and was principal in l943, I944, and I945. He direcled lhe Fen- wick Building Fund unlil 'lhe presenl ad- difion was builf. He has laughl English, Journalism, Lalin, Religion, and German. ,H 'W nl' Rcvc ond Reverend Reve end Re crcnd I D MALONE O A A SIMONES I W RECAN me fGCMlfcy A IJS SFCC!!! PHC? among fhose who dII'eC+ us Our memory noleboolr could be enhrely filled wnlh recollechons of +he +each ers bofh prles'rs and laymen who 'framed In fhe ar+ of +eachlng and guided by a Chrlshan philosophy of lnfe have endeavored +o have us calch 'rhelr splr1+ of schol arshup and devohon 'ro God and Hrs precep+s The long and careful +ralnmg of fhose who leach us make Domlnucan educahon whai 1+ ns a process no+ merely of durechng young people fo full ihenr mnnds wlfh facis bui of fllhng fhe scholashc con+en+ mio iheur luves and gnvung lufe and sludu s a purpose We hope +ha+ we have caughl +he1r spurs? of seemg 'rhmgs ln a +rue perspechve fheur spurrl of s+udy of +olerance and pahence of manly Chrlshan charuly Our 'reachers as much as our paren+s have shown a genuine un+eres+ ID our umprovemenf and develop menf They have seemed severe af hmes +hey have gnven us worried hours +hey have lnfllc+ed penances on us Of course we have noi' reached fhe siars +hey have pounfed ouf for us buf we are be+'ler equipped and +ramed and closer +o +hose s+ars fhan we were on lhe day we en+ered Fenwrclc ln+o our nofes we pu+ a sincere word of 'rhanlcs fo fhese +eachers who malce Fenwlclc +he oufsfandmg school of 'rhe commumfy and make us proud 'ro be as soc:a+ed wr+h +hem and 'rhe school Rcvc end Vcrv Revo cnd Rcvc cnd Rc Q end I MADR CK OP M FISHER OP E M MCGOWAN OP MS T A DYMEK OP MA W 'MDV A--'P ,, M 1 'W J., 7' H , ' 4 'fu Y Y V' R. l. TUCKER. O,P. B.S. . , .P., M. , .O.P.. B.A V. .O P M A . , . - I I I I I - . - I 1 I . . . . , I . ' . . . . . - . , I . . . I . . i Y f f VY 1,. I,,..M.A cr. ,,,M,A . . .. A . -Q N fy f "N ,Z -.W X l7 TJ Reverend Verv Reverend Reverend Reverend E M ROBINSON OP MS I N MORCENTHALER OP BA D SM TH OP M M SCANNELL OP BA Reverend frmned ,faculicy :reefs Gu.--' C ESPESO OP STLc ,J Reverend R F CROWE OP BA Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend H IW SHERMAN OP BA W H BRENDA OP PhB R M DOOLEY OP PhB IUQ 'CN f l QM- mm Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend I WHALEN OP N R ASHENBRENER OP KE H DETERMAN OP PhL us fo science an vzrfue T' Reverend H, FREEMAN O.P,. , Reverend E M SULLIVAN OP Ph8 Reverend Reverend MR, ANTHONY R. LAWLESS. B.A MR. DANIEL O'BRIEN . R. MCNICHOLAS. O.P., B,A., Ph.B. ,P. DU . 'KQV'-"' vu... .-I' sg--Q at ,ix x V AL.- ' MR IOHN SOVINEC MISS IOSEPHINE SIMONES BA MRS HAZEL IAECER MR THOMAS R KNIPP MA Lab Sc Q7 anA5 fo fAe acu icy MISS MARVISSE NELSON MR CEORCET POLK BS MA MR EDWARD E LUDWIC BS MR WILLIAM R DUCHON BS MR IOHN B SPATAFORA BSS MA MR CLAUDE T GORDON BS EdM I M MR IACK F KERNAN BA MRS IEAN BUCKINGHAM MR ABEL CANTU MA MR ROBERT R FORTINI BA MR ROBERT V HALLOCK MA MR ROBERT F HLAVIN BA MR ALVINI IANIS M IOHN H LEWIS BA MR CLAREI MARTINI M Mus MR DANIEL W MCCRATH BA MR ROBERTS MAIESKI BA in-b vw. ig'- ,4-J k-5 Qc: Q, Q 'M yd Q 2 I ,r I . I 631 - I ZI ove o f eir sons and Jevoiion The Board of Direcfors labovel is made up ol +he ol- ficers lpage 231, class and alumni represen+a+iyes, and chairmen of lhe slanding commiflees. E Mrs. William J. Lancasfer, Mrs. John J. Horan, Mrs. Wal+er J. O'Brien, Mrs. Lloyd T. Keenan, Mrs. Thomas J. Crowe, Mrs. William J. Sinclair, Mrs. Anlhony R. Manzo. Mrs. Joseph E. Allegre+li, Rev. John A. Simones, O.P., moderalor, Mrs. George W. Wilhelm, Mrs. John J. Murphy. Eg Mrs. Howard J. Barry, Mrs. Thomas Cusaclr, Mrs. John J. Griffin. Leif lop: A+ ihe Fenwick Round-up family parfy, Nov. I9, giiomipals faire a bow: Mr. Waller P. Hillig, in charge ol enlerfainmenlq Mrs. James J. Kelly, Molhers' chairmang Mrs, Thos. F. Cashman, presidenl: and Mr. Wm. D. Fer- guson, Fathers' chairman. Lell cenler: D. Kenny and K. Kenny malie friends wilh Elsie al family Round-up. Af righf: Mrs. A, Kzislad and Mrs. M. Kenny. ljellr bo++om: "No par+y wifhoul relreshmenfsf' say Mrs. James J. Kelly and Mrs, Robl. T. Barnes, as Yhey prepare rhe poralo chips lor fhe Round-up. O O O , GWWIC IVISPIVC OMF' QMOMCYS - Hag Mrs. Raymond O. Wiclr- lander, vice-presidenf, worlrs be- hind scenes fo prepare for fhe Mofhers' Day of Recollecfion. Bight fop: Af one of fhe regular firsf Friday meefings fhe Mofhers' Club officers pose for fhe camera: Mrs. Thos. F. Cashman, presidenfg Mrs. David F, Hunfer, correspond- ing secrefaryy Mrs. John F. Man- nion, freasurerg Mrs. Wm. B. Egan, presidenf elecfg Mrs. Walfer P. Hillig, recording secrefaryg and Mrs. Edw. J. Conley, financial secrefary. Sfanding fo oversee: Rev. John A. Simones, moderafor. Righf below: Mrs. Egan lsfandingl and her membership commiffee: Mrs. James A. Moxon, Mrs. Chas. B. Gawne, Mrs. Edward L. Barreff, and Mrs. Francis W. Pape collecf membership dues on Parenfs' Nighf. Even fhough we offen do nof show fo our mofhers fhe devofion which fhey show us, we have many secref nofes of love and grafifude in our hearfs. Our mofhers help fo malxe our life more useful and agreeable af school by fhe many liffle sacrifices fhey undergo fo furnish fhe exfras which fhe school could nof ofherwise afford: speech recorders, slide proiecfors, reading improvemenf equipmenf, pool vacuum cleaner, library drapes, financial aid fo Blaclcfriars and Debafing, refreshmenfs affer fhe Nazarefh Conferences, flowers for fhe alfar and fhe Blessed Mofher's sfafue, and many ofher fhings. The school and fhe sfudenfs are grafeful fo all fhe Z3 Adina mofhers who cooperafed so wonderfully fhis year. Of necessify, however, some few musf fake fhe respon- sibilify for managing affairs. Mrs. Cashman, presidenf, and fhe ofher officers deserve special menfion. The social affairs of fhe club were supervised by: Aufumn Leaves Card Parfy: Mrs. J. S. Hudgens, Mrs. J. F. Chmelik, and Mrs. Pefer R. Conboyg Carnavale before Lenf: Mrs. A. R. Manzo, Mrs. Thos. J. Crowe, and Mrs. Jos. H. O'Connorg Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show: Mrs. H. M. Beard, Mrs. J. O'Brien, and Mrs. L. S. Racine: Day of Recollecfion: Mrs. R. O. Wiclrlander and Mrs. J. N. Byrne, Communion Brealzfasfz Mrs. J. E. Allegreffi and Mrs. R. J. Fifzgerald. ' W Special Gifts Commillee makes plans for Developmenl Fund Drive. Clockwise: Fr. Brenda, Mr. Michael Georgen, Mr. Anlhony Manzo, Mr. Roberl Held, Fr. McNicholas, Fr. Ashenbrener, Fr. Dooley, Mr. Daniel McGralh, Fr. McGowan, and Fr. Malone. I?-'afAers, modibzes ifs orces ln January of +his year 'rhe Fenwick Developmenl Fund began a campaign lo raise S350,000 +o complele 'the audilorium in lhe new addilion. Under lhe zealous direclion of lhe Prior, lhe Very Reverend N. J. Mor- genlhaler, O.P., 'rhe Reverend John E. O'Connell, O.P., principal, and 'the Reverend Malachy R. Dooley O. P., moderalor, chairmen and commillees were selecfed 'ro conducl' lhe drive for funds. Those named were: Gen- eral chairman, Edward Dunneg associales, Anlhony Manzo, Wm. Ferguson, and Michael Georgeng Me- morial gifls chairman, Chas. Scully, associales, Robin Held, Dr. J. Allegrelli, and James Rice: business chair- man, Ray O. Wicklanderg associales, John Mannion, Daniel McGra+h, and Gerald Cunningham. Regular organizalion meelings were held, and volun- leer workers were encouraged +o make personal calls Fafhers' Club aflends pep rally for Fund Drive. on friends of Fenwick +o encourage financial supporl' of +he drive. The Falhers' Club has carried on ils regular aclivilies, +oo. Two Communion breakfasls were held for falhers and sons: collaboralion was given lhe molhers in hold- ing lhe 'Family parly, +he "Round-up" in November, and a new luilion insurance plan was inaugurafed. Falhers O'ConneIl and Dooley were mosl' successful in ge'H'ing many of lhe parenls +o work hard for +he De- velopmenl Fund drive, a charily which should be firsl on lhe lisl' of lhose who have had, and now have, sons al' Fenwick. Fenwick 'lhanks sincerely 'lhose who have already helped. May God bless lhem. Fronl Row: Mr. Raymond Wicklander, Mr. Arlhur Erie, Dr. J. Allegrefli, Mr. John Mannion, Mr. John Clark, and Dr. G. Andrew. cv? lla VOPOSCL 4 . CHXVIC 2 AlLA'fOl'l.lll3I 3 , ' . f 'Z T , 5- i Ri g r y,,-H r, A,. fQ ,..,,6 F' Af' fo ai 7-enwicL meve olomenf unc, The imporrance of public speaking and public appearances for young men can hardly be overes+ima+ed. Change +he unfinished "echo chamber" info a hall for developing leaders. Help Fenwick fake lhe lead in modern developmenis in visual educafion. Do your share +o encourage 'rhe Dominican Fa+hers in 'rheir work for your boys, your communily, and your Church. "' yi Lell lop: This unfinished wing depends on fhe Development Fund for i+s comp'e+ion. Lei? BoHom: Seniors Duffy and Wicklander lend Mr. McGra+h a hand in Develop- men+ Fund mailing operalions. Righl' lop: An alumnus, Ronald Held, '39, presenfs Fr. Dooley fhe iirsf memorial donalion of the Fund drive. Righf boflornz Fr. O'Connell accepfs memorial gill from Mr. Anfhony Manzo. ,..,,,, ...uf Maw! fi' 7, We 'A S 3, w .iff 'lg XX fuvl-11? S I f , ! Allison. Richard john ,4 , QVA if" ' Wwfg' 4 f ,j O..C,,A . ,. Arndt joseph Herbert Ackermann, Gerald Carl Aiello, john Charles Akalaitis, john Clement Allegretti, joseph john K' Fasia' C' fag ' C' ' If :egg ' x ff. f' :ern-A Q .ef :mst Fx gf' - 'Sita E .' N gf' - Fffff' C .3 : 4 :as-i-'Da' l :ali A 'left' f:'Mo""25s -l Figfta ' I 5 4 rs. ..f-nr Ambrose Muchael Wllllam Q 3 V 1 V r Q: Ambr0Sm0 Marlo David Sensor class offucers John Hoyne presndent Fr Whalen moderator Natale Maratee secretary John Duffy treasurer enlor fs, aces, Barry Lauren Arthur Bachl Frederlck joseph Barnes Mrchael Douglas Beckert Robert joseph LJ ,CM 7 r. at Src' X we LLC.i'1? ff? 'A Def:-2fCW'j1'.f' J ina-.42 l ' A 4 ' , .wa in-f :wav . I ' I ' ' I ,,.,-EW-1,3 Q 1 I A t f OJ- 712'-. ' 1.3 Q . ' . ' ' far" F-1fd,1'2 fnqffi-E' 'Q :f , we h' Eirifi 33'-. N Og- Q tiff, Y ' v xxx Bennan james McAlhster Bennan john Aloyslus Berlaux Louls Alexander Blllmgs William james Bowers james Edward l Borge George Frank 'V Binder Walter Edwar Blair George Bernard gr Rem mc ra S 13' Nmf Boehm Karl john HCM: of lam f' c e Dall l df' SV' Bowler john Wllllam or es an our nofes Brennan Robert Terrence Brett Wllluam Francis Bronder Carl Edgar Burke john Edward 29 Brennan Bernard Francis Carney. Robert joseph f-siffs cf Oak Carl. Arran .r N ght 4 f-s1ro'C"'. 1 Dd'1CL'CL'V"CT'6iY E Drama? cs J lrtrarruralsl 2. 3 -Q YO l 2 fccrf-r -1 Worr Ccrvrrflteei Ccas john Ronald Burns, john joseph Callender, William Dowling Caravello, Anthony C. Carey. james Philip 't Cries Cnlcagc ' Eclmwd Oak Park it Prsc 'la Ch Cai: Er C les Oak Park Daoce Comm trees J l--rranmrals l, 2 3, -l Foovball l, 2 feybell l 7 French Club? -3 lntrarnrals l, 2, 2, 4 C ee Cl L l- g lntrarmrals l, 2.5 4 lr'ra'v.ra's l 2 : -1 Wlck 3, -4 Q rle Clnb 2 3 Cashman Thomas joseph Olr Lad Help of Ct r Q Chicago Baske ba Dance Comm Drarvatlrs French Cll ln lrtrarrv rals W ck C rr l O 'l Castelllnl Robert joseph Ol r Lam of Crac Basketball 7 lrltrafm rals enror zsforcy en s Our class now endlng nfs career at Fenwncl: had the hon or of belng the fnrsl' class to use 'rhe new school addrhon When, however, we entered Fenwuck four years ago, only 275 boys of the more than fave hundred appllcanls could be accep+ed That we looked as green with our arms full of books, brlef cases, lunch bags, and gym equnpmenl as dud the frosh last September, now seems nmpossuble to us who are ready to enter college Were we, loo, at one hme small, squurmnng, squealmg lhmgs lo be avonded or made sport of by the sensors? The years have passed all loo qulclcly srnce we began under lhe leadershnp of Father Whalen, class moderator, and John Hoyne, class presldenl Damel De Carlo, Charles Jackson, and John Duffy were the other officers elected Chestnut Paul Cotter Chapllckl Edward joseph an s a C Francs JC 1 Q r tw ht Ceguelsk: Rlchard Stanley N or Cecchm john Vrctor wfrl Ag as Clvlfa f ,d 1 Vw C ch Club v ' f O l I . N ' l "ini f lll 2 . . . . ' ,.y,.,., .1 D , , 3 ,L , ll l I 3 V1 ' ' , 1 .1 J ' 4 or- - V . Nat ml Hwor 'oc ft-. - - . . . . . . . . . L 1 g D Cr cagx . , , 3 4 . l 3 F 4 ' '. sf Fr :T X Ca range I L X.a.lf 1 Ama' .1 "g 3 I F 4 ' ', ' Ama'-'.' ,"'1 'f'-fs' I 1 -3 ' . ' BM- . ,fa Q11 Daffy' Curve 'f-us 41 IN' 'coal Fcoor ici , M 4 'l lcrf Buff C' iam- Fr'-'l x -1 l'a'r.lvum'sl I ' fl lx, gl 2 -5 I" l l"lVtl"O..V.l'Kl of ' si lntrarvuralsl 2, 5 -1 WL "Nfgl 2 F -1 ' l:'.f"'f'ffv C' - 1,.,,..,.,,:,' j '. 3 r 30 Collms john Milton Collms Phlllp Edward Coluccu Anthony Vuto Coluccl loseph Richard wtf f ese nofes q Q Cook Dennns Qulnn Coulon Thomas Francls W Dallon like all ofher sfudenls begnns has school day wllh lhe music of Lnlfle Bug Ben Darda Gerald Eugene Dalton Wullnam Edward Cullman Barry james Culhane Patrick Paul 7 l Conboy Peter Raymond Creadon Francis Patrnck De Siu. Kenneth james ' 3a'1Qll'w f7rfg:r'cf Qi Qui QC' QLD: fifg l"Y'2".'e'sl 2 1 4 per sv a at N Dawson, Francis joseph De Carlo, Daniel George De Cola, Anthony Vincent Delaney, Gerald Daniel Qcsarr-:cf cf C" cage Clff Cub l 1'frar'r,.ralsl I 5 fl Racc Club l 2 3 -3 Devercux john Bernard Asif slco ak Arralclr N g Daoca Ccmrrllrcrs lball l lrar r cl Q male el l Donahue Daniel james esirrcc on Cr cage Football 7 rf rarr ra s l Vvlclf 'T Fr eros cf Rvre Cr Capo T '8V"f Maw-.occ 1? lxrlllla w lwwwrf: fhm l s rv E iiftball ' fisl' 'l,". l ffrafh. 2 J -3 Y C C 1 rals l 'ram .ra 2 l K2 1 -5 l'T'5FT1.V8lSl 2 3 1 g:a"lsn Clm c ar' sr' Cl to A 4 l' :I-' - -1 FC'frve'a H l ass Offmfr l o reca i e nofes We had commrllee represenlalives from each home room lo direcl' our social, polihcal, and financial affairs They were Joe Arndl' Jerry Darda Dan De Carlo, Ben Dolan, Pal Duffy George Emme, John Gaspers, John Hoyne, Chuck Jackson, Bob Leone, Pele Scholles Rudy Maier, John Twomey, and Dick Wolf The besl social achvily was lhe Freshman Nighl, now an annual pleasure By working on 'lhe house raffle, we played an imporlanl parl larsl year rn collechng money for 'rhe Building Fund Almosl' before we were acquainled, however, lhe burly sophs began lheir purge They fell I+ 'rhelr duly lo 'leach us 'lhe Alma Maier song and 'lhe Viclory March Allhough fhere were no casuallres, many of us will never forgel' lhal' rmhahon The bow he brrllranls survived 'lo become a spirlled parl of Fenwick Dully john Edward athcrl Oak Pail ac frlars Driscoll Gerald Michael l fe f' O Park , mv-1 - - - ' i q 1 n A o I n Foo , 2 : '1 , lr"..alsl1 5 -1 Tre 1 l r r S a ' 1 -3 I I 5 I 0 . . . . . . . . Il ' ll wa R is A . . EXT 334 .,... . u.. -. .. . f jg . . . if C' -W of llrmi lr . 1: ' . ' f'c"cr Clive -2 Doucefle. William joseph ' Lwxirri Oak- Vern LC'f'fTdlN l 1 I Donovan, joseph Daniel ' . are Lf :ep .. l:'f's CQ.: 'sT'2f"' fd K l 4 ' ' evra Har: f'r'Lfi'i favs .nfs Q A 1 :P - -3 Ce- I .:' in Q .t E 4 - 1 Q'essOl1r-r 1 Mrs' s ' Q A -1 "'m:h' 1 ' Q : 71 -- T ,fl 1 l.ca"'wz1r+ a'C S" , Donohoc Raymond Anfhcny 32 Duzansky. Walter Theodore Egan. lames Anthony Ernme, George Robert Fillichio. Miehael Edward . rx ix if Taz, . f- ,Q Ca., jaw, Q In .V ,g ,A 5 me 4 ,H - V' f--,rw e. ng Arif f'f"f'eee'1 "Q ' Q E -1 " ' ' Q N I -1 K n our greaf years Frtzglbbon john Martrn Flynn Wrlllam L L Too bad our vusrts with lund Fr Reardon arent always socral E Murray T O Brnen and W Keenan awant Iudgment Frymark Paul Francis Calgano lohn Peter Forbrnch Anthony Francrs Francus Mxchael Edward 73 Fitzgerald. Fbrank Robert Folsom Robert Francus O v 1' 'Q L F Uh . -,v' V. 1 1, 1 ' 117 Colen. loseph Anthony ft : 'won BeIInooC Amateur Ntght I, 2 5, -I Bar-G I VOotDaII I I'ttran'..raIs I, 2 3. 4 Gaspers, lohn Charles Gawne. Edward Peter Giannoni. Carlo B. Goeb, loseph Peter St Cathertne of Stena, St Cues Oak Park St Bonn Bosco, Chicago it Catherine of Ste-ra, Oak Park Ir'trar'nuraIs 2. 3, -4 Dance Committees 4 Oak Park Amateur Ntgnt 4 Transfer Stuoent--Znd Year Intramurals I, 2, 3. -I FootbaII I, 2 French Club 5 CamDIOn I Fiadto CILD I. 2 3.-1 Intramurals I, 2, 4 FootbaII I 2 . TrackI 2 3 Intramurals 1,2 -2 1 : .: I Ck I. A., - Cornrnwtteerra I Crammas lames lohn Dtwne Infant Vvestcnesttr Intran"uraIs I 2 Ct rman CIIIL -1 Green Robert Gerard T Edmund Oak Pan French CIub 3 4 lntramuraIs I 2 adto CIub I 2 xxlmrntng I 2 J C SGVUOYS of Our sophomore year began two days late because the new bulldmg was not qutte ready tor us It was a thrall to mrtlate rt and to get the enloyment of a brand new cate terra ln second year John Hoyne was re elected president wnth Nate Maratea, Duck Allrson, and Chuck Jackson as assustants Thus year we began to be noticed In sports Petkus and J Kelly set new swam records and John Hoyne played trrst strung quarterback Paul Chestnut took tlrst place ID the Amateur Nrght show Durmg lunror year two coaches were added to the statt Mr Duchon replaced Mr Naughton as Irne coach, and Mr Cozzo came as assrstant lme coach On November I9 l954 the entire student body made a Maraan year prlgrlmage to Our Lady ot Sorrows Frlllchro was elected rumor class president, Hoyne vlce president, Art LaVallle, secretary, and Duck Allison rea SLlI'eI' Hansen joseph Harold Ascwston Oat Park Arvate r Ntg t Handtmann lohn Raymond Intramurals 7 Da Ce Ccmrr ters 4 Hansen Robert Wrlllam Fo than I Rmrst I Harle loseph Anthony rarnuraIs rant als t Ctmeon Bklmooc os urn page I . rarnttrals I Qarvglf D WX7 CIOCIIDI Cub Gerald Louis 34 ra N .314 . . . 0 . 5 ' Q . . R I ' 4 ' . S , i Wah: . I I . I - . . ' + - P4 V rv 1 kt A ' ' . , , 3 , R ft Mar. 1 de . ' at OQIIO, Bar.-..n Int ' 2 3 fi Int 1 wr I 2 3 4 t I - L 3.4 R,fIACIt.lv: lm ,2 5 4 Irej if nxt- I s I 1 In 2 C' - Ra. I ,Z 3 4 ' tif-I fr,f.t,q 1"ta'u'a'w Q A 1 s' .T ' 3 Harinetf. Thomas Michael Harvey, james Patrick Havlik William james Hefner, jerome Cordon ' ' - A are 'V -,V V f ee 3- He- af - ' .L 5,-.. nofe f err frzump 5 an ue L Homkel Rnght ponnfs ouj fo Mr Poffer Cenjer and J Allegre+h evndence of fhe Frlars jrnumphs Homkel Lawrence joseph D f Horan john Francis Horn james Robert 9 3: Herbert Wulluam joseph Hernbrofh Donald Ralph Hoyne john Reardon :mas Helgesen, Edward William Hull joseph Patrlck ,' :V . 1, , M ' . 5 . il ,I X ,, - 4 Q L , X 'I ' O. ,FHM aff' M '.,M A Y - AY 1 ,,,-. :,,,, " fir' y j QJ, If x eff' F" ,:ie'- , ' -Mfg' ' f - 1 F'h'.'.'f-'I Var N- .' N 4" 3 ' , lv P .M ire-X' fppfimi' ' . ' 3 aw-ow A iw- i -Us 4 P-,w,.1 ' wr-ww frm .Q - - Emacs' Q .L 4 4 1f's'f..' l N"C',1Z 4 Ng""1H" f ' ' . A ' -fs C' iagi i Xx jackson Charles Edward jarvns james Stan Hoyne Richard Thomas Huck james Michael Hudgens james Davld Iandolo john joseph anus lannmck truck Kcanc Donald Richard e senior nofe oo fm mf? 1-rv Qjflldy if j TX 9 P' 'F-mf! X "" Th Pe cagers E Kunkel J Hoyne and R Becker? face Mr Lawless ln lhe afhlehcs offlce luckmcss Robert l1mcs udy Donald joseph Kawka Thomas joseph Kalwallys Ronald Raymond Kecte, Dayid Michael Keenan. William Brooks Kelly. Edward joseph Kelly: john Leslue recals A J WO? Kelly. Thornas joseph Muss Slmones helps J Fltzglbbon P Murphy and J Horan off to a good start ln llbrary research Koepke Dennls Arthur Kopecky Robert joseph Klaer james Olwer Kenney Robert Emmett Kung Charles Edward Kornak Ronald Walter 37 Kung Edward Allan Kvisjad. Alvinrjoseph . 4,,L.,f5WI,.- ,,-. .-.hi-EI, -Y gp 1 .e-Ehel,-Q' l . L if ar Q .L : 4 Lamphrer Roger T 'fig W ,Y 4' r Kovacec, George Peter Krueger. john joseph ,,.c, ' r C" cagc L e f'm'a'f ' N :Wi V1 D' off' 1 fwae .' Vx gf' 4 f - w La Fond Lcon Burke Lange john Patrnck mrs CUT La Vallre Wife Arthur Lancelor KNEW 1,5 Q x 3 Kucera, Donald john I Beware Bfocjdf H AWE., I, N Q.. 4 3,3'gr fqfy-rr 'mari 1 r enror nofes Kunkel, Eugene Henry f'-earns C' Oa- fe'- ,feroareur N grf 4 Eiesjffbaj i 1 YCVCQ John D Prcke++ Ens SS USN and L+ Ig W A Denham USN explam +he NROTC program +0 R Kopecky T McCarran and D OConnor Lcalr Donald Alan Lech Wesfley john Leonard Charles Ralph 38 '.,f,'L GV' rr-K ,Ci T .D 1 ' ,naw era: - .'. fr 3 -3 4 -ie' rf CL.: 1 1 j a' 'ne H ff' iii' o v C' -X Q' 'fm , rbi .... - '1r1r'fr,:, ff ' f j"m' nie A - 1 UM, 5 F . : .. X, HUM E":.cci f'N"'E'C..' N go' - C' fa I ,.: ' Q L"fVET",'S'5' - - 4 ifmirrk f ..t1 Q ,af S .I 4 . . 1 . 1 .j . . I . . . . . . , . , . . r. gang- :,,A5,,. Brmvfn 1 Lacs Thr' " W- 1 :,,..,, f If . 1 'ffl ' 5'-:"iKLa,r' . ,ik-' . 3 ,I ,,,, IW, .k,,,,,,7, rg, V , ,, . l - .Nw I, ry pr 3 :.,.L4.Q I, yi lv, - 1 ri.,.,.,, ,l4X'!..1 ,.,V:..!,A:X Q. . INLV' A7-1 I wr' 1' ' ' : - V Ui. 1 K Q .As wif Leonard. William Patrick Leone, Robert john Locascio. George Francis Lodge, William Edward . .L ,. J. . K .. , ,... Long, David Loscpth WOYVIGS an ,OHS Madden Roland Aloyslus Here s 'lo your healfh' foasl 'fhe seniors Mahoney Gregory lohn Makauskas Edward loscph Maralea Nalalc Russell Makowskl lerome Frank ff Mallzla Gennaro joseph 39 Maier Rudolph joseph o o :, f T . , 'vs ' 1 W' .V Q Mfr-4' A , Q 1 . V.. Lv, ,' 7 ,N A Q ' 'EM b , L , mn. 1 : , -v ,, , F A X ' iiwvf Q Eresf 1'-:vs fy flea- Lx N of' 1 C x ,fx r' Zee' '. i cr rf r '-. zf' 1 Samir if "V"ffi'1 .' N ef' 1 ' ' . Eel-.vie 1 r'-eff' Cp.: 5 1 Qahffe C rr' ' 'fines Lifes C' :Cai :::'re ' - :K 1 f'f'ha ' Zee T f' Ara: .f M :W 4 "er 1 , - A "'.afvxe ' Q - 4 f":".'aU Z E 4 f"a".fas ' Q E 4 "ev ' 1 E sl 'M' fe' Q ' Qfwa-f i .: V1 I all C' ' ' - i I , I I lf 0 M yer james Lee Marc ok john Marhn rhn james Edward Martin Thomas joseph Mayer john Will am V r c Ck. a our nm GVIIOYS V2 HX? Mrllard Thomas joseph N 1 'Q Mongoven john OConnor Muller Laurence Wulllam ua r Dairy Bar provrdes refreshmenfs for R Predovlc J Handfmann D Srehluk Chapluckn D Alllson J Gaspers and G Ackermann Murphy Paul Thaddeus Vrcaea Mullen Phullp Norman Muller Leonard joseph Monfalbano Thomas Richard r J X -If , X? rlvr fra Murphy Thomasl Murray Edward Raymond McCarthy Wulham Patnck McCarthy Wulluam Patrnck Davnd joseph anrlpannecl fogefAer '12 McEncrv Paul Thomas 'nu Fr. OConnell principal, gives R. Maier sealed abou? colleges. McNaney, Leo Francis ' .v ,wr Fcrsf' McNeil, lohn Lawrence 'X H.: lxrx of 'gr g ..,1-, fv'dMfl.r Nwgrv' 1 liashftmll 2 D,1"1v'Cm1'vv"'w--Q -3 I3 falwhsll f ' lr-"'l'ClxAl1' ' Dwi' f,fv'vsvv MH-s 1 f"r,f'r.mls ' 2 1 '3 I' ,-, , H... ,X . , liners Clull' I 3 4 :Q "nv l . Ma. k.'.:l - 4 QQ" ' 1 XJ! "11ll'l'Q'IV Elie' 'rzfnrasl I f 1 if ,V f a cl T. Cashman informafion O'Brien. Thomas Edward F?-s ,rf'1' 7' T' 'ao' fi Mcfrlean Charles Flavlan lr McGady. Raymond Wlllmm .3 O'Connor, Barry loscph B ab 'Ina' ' Q fwwvw 1" O l-' f 1'- ' E 1 l ' A 'Til 4 I biaxslvtv. ' JV., ,, H Y ,,.ff,3,. vw N 1 1, W f'-,.-,,. .. . - I 1 McGowan. Q' fa Thomasjoseph Pctrik, Robert Charles lf c'r ? Bavzuara Bmw' , 'rr r Cl ly' v .,a,WVA, l"f'i'v.,rnlsl ' 3 Poole Wllllam A err Ame cn Oak P ras Parkes, Robert Emil ST Eblalla. Broadxlcw lntrarmralsi ' -v ldlatflf Dclcrcsa Prep Sem. l, 2 Peyrebrune Henry Louls R Cr Fc Buslrclball 2 Dv cr Comrr Macs -1 rrnfb Cll b Olball l r murals l Pokonosky Thomas Ray T CllCR crl C am rals RENO C b Pawlak. Ioseph Francis Pellegrino, Paul Mario Petkus, Gerald Richard Mar. Queen of Heayerv. C cero if Luo, Chlcago it Anthony Clfmo Dame Commlftecs 4 focrball l, 24 3 cfrafrbrals l cer 3 Club -3 Basketball l, 2 French Club 3 4 Freoch Club 3 -l Foolball l l ' 4 2 3, Fccrball l loframllralsl 2,5 -3 lorramurals l, 2 3 -1 sl-.lmmmgl 2 3 J 04 senrors remem er Junior year Hoyne shll played In lhe varslfy 'foolball and Fllllchlo and Devereux became regular lmemen We now look grealer lnferesl' un all achvlhes John Wllhelm became rumor Wick edlfor A+ lhe encl of lhe year Frlllchlo was named foolball caplann, and G Darda was eleclecl swlmmlng cap'l'aln Dave Cook look 'Flrsl' place ln a speech conlesl Qumn Cook was lumor baskelball caplam Thom as Murphy and Rnchard Alllson represenlecl lhe lumors In lhe school play Arsemc and Old Lace We were nnlroclucecl lo lhe bomlaardmenl' of 'lhe slafe feslmg program And lhere are many unwrl+'l'en noles aboul 'lhe soclal 6ffdIFS we were now begmmng +o 'lake seriously Some how or olher some of 'lhe neughborlng schools drdnl seem so 'far away and so useless as before Pugh Howard George I Luke Rllcr Forest Predovu: Ronald Nlcholas Proteau Rlchard Paul fslrorwm Potter Marhn Alexander OC lc BU x Cllcs Oak Part Baml l 7 C' Oar Dark S l 3 mcr L ,lb 'ram l rs ' UU C 5 ran- rals bamsh Club l 7 42 cl ' ' I Xl Lake 'lx x V551 . . . . . .l P l . 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Robinson Wllllam Francis ar R s rcc'baH 1 rn aNs Someone might wan? to use this phone, says Arndf, as Francis, Leone Horan C fl b and Rokos wart pahently 7 Romano Rocco Alfred t w wcago 'va I Nrgr- 1 Dc ce orvrmtrres C emcrs Club Rossettl Conrad Leo Ross Donald Rrchard Y Def' Q1 're P oem C Case Rothstein Ronald Frances C 3 -v Frances cf Rune C rr raNs P 5 Cr' cage CL rmrak W track a raNs W 43 Ring leremnah james car C B aC ff G Cf YQCS ,W Q v , ff Rokos Kenneth lames T C :ran Rlvf-r Crow Ybalf I rf -?Qe,lrac'c" Cn fc ,Lr"'GJ N rf F -1 N- D as? 5 4 D-f-sk, CCW-ffm .1 C 1"'ra .Ja .W 2 : -5 . ' V 515.2 2 3 -1 , Q , rr, ng W 4 l I -"4 c C -t Pan! of re C s.., ' '- H HJ iefa, gf xv1"C0"xTFEfl'4V N .e' Fcras' ,.,g,f',K,'g 1 Aw 1 .1 f' 1' O4 .' Eeuffafgg 4 Dafcc- C : 1 B 5 -5 ' 2 E 4 'N C Pr--is -1 tram 1,-1 v1tra"..'aSf.2:4 'r . 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MCN-aney awall lhell' lurn Sfarshak Edward lohn Sfehlnk Dennus George Tarpcy Thomas loscph Tomck Charles Louis Tarzon Gerald George Toal Bernard joseph 4 Spychalskn Robert George is Sullivan Dcnnls Willard r ve r "' X ' gf I f l' ,E l X l lx Q 7 Y 'V I lx A 'AA' V V ,ll or o faf r a , 4 x 1 x Valente, Anthony Donald D . 'V wvaf' .'.es':a-eve' l"re"..ralx E Q 5 -I Wallace joseph Eugene Tonne, Philip Charles Twomey. john Francis Tymick, Hcnry William Urquhart. james Cordon 'Q . 'Q "5" H 2 is " :uri N Xa. -3 -3ff1f.'- r' 9 -fra :Q name: , ae QT:-1' " Date f:Ne "-rs : 4 s' ' ' ' ' H ' Eze- ':'i 3 -' ,5'I:,Z" ""'-"N- safe- wfaw.f5v 5 1 A if T .Q A 3 - Care- 1,25 ' i 9 'ew-' - , Mvfv ,We . Nyrfe 'ff ' -ri", C-: E 4 f"5".'as' Q - -- A X A g Draerafcs -Y V A. .,.. K A . . 5 Hmm L rf A 2 SGYUOYS of Van Petten Thomas Arthur a wa cose f eu' nofe oo s Gee Cl V l'Tl Our senior notes are all through this bool: and neecl no special mention here We are definitely proud of our class as students and leaders and as 'Friends After school tests state tests, national tests, and just tests, we have completed our note taking with a 'feeling of satisfaction with work well done, with a feeling of gral' vtude to our parents and teachers, whose lundly pressure liaskrtba has fortunately prepared us for lite Voris William james May the pictures of our classmates on these pages bring baclc to us in years to come many happy memories Walter Richard Emil W gner Kenneth james Whalen james Francis 'Q ore C 53 4 l Va .ras a , - K. 1- 3 - letra" ,r 5 , 3 - Rami C an Q 3 C-f"'a' fl? -2 YCX 2 3 ' renew I 9 - NCQ l Q ' ' Crm "ee 1 lx. I' ' -5 C-rneae flair -l Nr pf HT' 35,4 N ri H - ' 3 A . it CMS 3a'L. 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Q, Hn' f. od- 'Q- '-f".'u', , ,aa ,,.' ,dfu , ya . ,jpg ua' la- f'4"5-gg rl in 4 De' ze IL" " 9- A "2" . 2 1 : - F1055 Jef? -l"N N - C H , .3 , r 1 I We" ., .- F v in X - : -4 Fggma - : - :fm-'s C ,Q : ' '3 , Wilhelm Iohn Gorman Q df L, f l V3 Wrllard Waller lohn ,aa v Now you lake over says J Meyer rehrung sensor lo D Cardinal mcommg freshman Wysockl james Anthony is Young lcrome Thomas Wolfram Donald Edward ers rv l no r 47 Wiener, Righard Robert Wisner lames Paul l C A Oal 5' l DQ, gffl.-'..,, ,1 Cv' Club ' "V rrmmls 7 f E, -l :Wm Q 4 CK E 4 lxyfee r-Qi' ECCPT5' ' :"I3iI frvfif Q-1.3 ' 4 Cg., CMU l F 3,1 ' lr,rarf..rgw 1 I 3. -Q X.'.lCK F. -1 YC I E .. . .. .. . - . . , . 3 P L1 '-'X ir :eat ' 1 . , - - ' .lr F-Mor VWIK' if I-moms Maw la1Cr.a-'av Fr'-'oz' Chl: -l ' E51-' ' Zalewski, Thomas Stanley Darn' fyrr 'ww 1 F-fz'3a" l Q l'fv"'v'T"-'N 3 ' Nff"C'N' P'f"' Dry-yygx 1 V-'-ff, M a A 4 :ff-3-M Q s 1 Pwr I 1f'rg"p'w' Q 3 4 "2:- 1:1 ' Q 3 -1 l'l"3 .re'sQ A 4 Cfeef 21,5 J :fa 3 4 Fig"-f' 'lyegef i 'Yr' 'Q ' 01,41 J f'1'- 1' law-'i-.1 A Q - A . f' Adams. Thomas K. Allen. Lawrcncc I. Alumbaugh. Dennis L. Anderl. George T. Andrew. Terrence C Antepenko. Russell 9. Banma. Ioscph P. Banc Kelthl Barncs Robert T Bartlett. Michael C. Bellezzo. Ioseph C. Bohanek. Robert F. Boscia. Orestc I Boyle. Iames F. Brahm. lohn R. Braun. Craig A. Breneisen, Robcrt I. Bukovsky. Ioseph F Burke. Thomas Ioseph Burke. Thomas William Byrne, William M. .gl , 4 i Aj A Q A 4 as rl ' I 3 " .. g, 49 rs as K ' -V f . sf I ' . L- :' 3, g L. E1 K' Zvi I l r, .4 Ve. ' be lf Iv- 2 gi' " T" 2, 3 x C 1 ? C' kg? L, I ,Q , M , ' ' i A- i ' '-' --. 3 'kg' If I 'M K1 5, li ' Va- T 3' . ' 's ' 5 I K . it I 9 . 1... ,, f . Q-, S1 M " Q -3 2 t I ' 1 L ,fa Q- 5' . ' I N .fl I Q no s... S 1' ' q " X ': - via - Q ,I 0- ' S 1 A 1 ,. .4 A A e , . Ak ' x i AX s Calabrese, William A. Campbell, George V. gg- Q-5 A w Campbell. Iames B. Y 'T M 'W 'ci X Canning. Matihew A. . -A K fn- Capek. Michael I 15- - "'r- W' Carretta. Richard L. ' C II. R b P. . arro o ert Tl I at x Ccrny. Iohn Q Christian. Norman F. Q , ,.. Chudzik, Francis S. A su: 1 HQ 6. 2 i Cimino, Donald I Q- 3, gf. 0 f" K' Cleary, Michael P. f fl ' 2 ,sg . Clinkcrt. Donald I. H 'B' ef : H' oa oy. ugcnc . " ' C kl E P I X rl , X its G.. , Q .. wr. I ' S, .-,e L, 4... 'F' , 'f A fx' 1 'L 3? gh os' ll V 1 .. - V ur f . L .54 i lei Cozan Edward L. Collins. Robert I. Conley lohn T Cordcs Philipl Ccrmack William T Cummins Iamuf Dawson Patrick E Dcdic Ronaldl X1 is uv Q., eaahng fAe juniors Junior class officers: M. McGovern, treasurer' W. Jones, vice-president' and Pellinger, secretary De Pasquale F M Des Rochcrs Wall: Dhoogc R scll L Du Domcnuco W A L Dlscrlo john M Don huc Robcrrj Dooley Thomas F c o john Downs Kcnnc h Dramrnns john I Drung Robcrl L Dvorak Rona d I Enrich Robert W En,:I joseph F Ernc Robcrf A Fahls Vnncrsnf I Fahey Eazcnc M Farrar Raymon S Fcr uson jamcs E Fcrzuson john D Frkcjs john W '27 am I 0 V 271 vs in- Ss.. is-v Falher De+erman, junior class moderalor, discuss-s plans wi+h D Rxgali, class president .,.-2' K4 '73 Q., ,- v- ww 1. an-. 'Q' rn. Q- urs, g Crccnwood. Michael j Crclz joscph F. Crrfflth Danlcl R Grunt Dennls P. Hackcr Rrchard W ,, 1 ' Haqcmann Wnlluam Hanko ohnC j C A I Han cy, Alan P Harrmgfon, Robcrl T. Har! john T. ?s..- Hague Anrhony 1. , ir.-. X 1 9, iiq Finlayson Donald S Floranntl Carmen F Fischer Wllllam Flfzgcrald Dennis M Foley Danlelj Foley Gerald P Fuller Thomas P Cwln Donald j C1ynor Wnlluarn R G yer Leonard I Cllbcrl jerry L Corlno Paul C Corrrnn Rnchard Cravcs Thomas j Cu in ,. b 45' fav ' . 1: , W., aj . f t.. 1 4 ,gf . A I gc-I 5.4. 'Witt ,N be Killeen Michael D King DenmsI Klnn Patrick I Kledzik Michael V Knudsen Bruce E Kolek Kenneth H Korbas Daniel I Korldck Ioseph S Kormek Frank I Korngiebel BarryI Kowalski Kenneth W Krankoski Richard P Kubaclu Ronald Kuehl Ernest A '-y sg., 1- wf ' , i 1 ,Q s-Q fx ,. 'P' fini WL S' 5, r-v get ,Q 'qv I 'm 1 Kuhter Iames E Kusmlder Raymond Lah Cordon Lahs Robert A Lancaster. William Lawton. Iames N. Leahy. Kenneth I. Lennon, William I, Hermes Iohn F Hett Donn M M Hughes Owen F Hunter David E Ingersoll Richard Iones Robert F Ioncs Walter T Iudge Bernard M Iudy Leonard P Kamm Robert F Karalls Alex A Kaspar Iames I 'fs g- Keefer Thomas Keenan Richard T Kc Iames T 'fs' Ke Thomas S Kerekes Iohn I T3 Ss. in-7" sr if gn fAe lunror nofe oo are memories ot those who now lead us Father Determan moderator D Rigali president W Jones, vice president J Pettrnger, secretary and M McGovern treasurer All these men hold ottrce in our freshman and sophomore year except that in the second year P Walsh replaced J Pettinger as secretary ln second year Bob Bohanelr accordionist, won tirst place in the Amateur Night Show and was a winner again this year. Leading clebaters are N. Wegerzyn T. Riplinger and C. Rieck. Riplinger was a member ot the senior attirma- tive team which won titteen ot its last eighteen debates. At the top ot the scholastic honor list for Iuniors are T. Kelly, C. Rieclc, R. Dvorak, and J. Vrtis. SO Hentschel William F Houillon Robert H Hromadka Dennis L Hunyady William A Leonard: Dennns C Lucar john C Lowrh james E Lu kcy john j Lukownrz jcromc Lynn Danncl Lyons john W Madda Robert j Mannion james E Manzo Anthony R Mason Wullnam B Mafczynskl Warren Mlelke Donald I M kes john L Mnrtcrcr Wnllnam Moran Brnan j Moriarty Ralph T Moulns john H Muller Louis R Mulvcnna Thomas P Mulvuhnll Thomas j IQ M' v- -U- F x. K hw in-. 1 5' fri Q if Q it:-'1 A 'Sh Q.- w... 1 Q., Ama 1? Sfrenung and D Foley .sw fx,-. McQuald james E Nelflefon james T Nnwa Marvin F 0 Brien Edward O Brien Pafruck R O Connell Robert A Connor David C Day Daniel M u-.4 Q-5. W. N Y by McAloon Trmolhy j McCarran Thomas E McCarthy john M McCauley james H McDonagh Denms j McDonald Thomas E McGovern Michael K McGurre john j Mclnerney josep McKeown Arlhur L McLean Alan D McMahon Robcrf j McManlqaI Thomas A ,gs QF? 74' K u 1 , Q L . '33 1 .4 . V 'S C V V , x .5 Ywsx Q ,V R V 8 V, at ts A70 CL A T F 4 .51 ' ,,,. sf ..,. 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Q 5-f luv Q-5. 5, Rnvers john D " Rogus Ralph M Romamak Walter L O Donnell Thomas I Okerbloom Dennus M Olson Robert B O Neill james F Pape Gerald F Pardell john S Parsons Ruchard Pcary Robert T Pecoraro joel R Pellegrino Phlllp F Peflak Edwardl Petunger jack D Puckell james F Puerce Norman E Puchalskl Donald lx Qumn Wllluamj Rauch Ronald R Reagan joseph E Reese Michael C Rczufko Kenneth Rneck Charles L 'Q '22 -- Rose Wulllam L -.--.. '5- Rounlree Thomas Rund james E Sammon Mrchael E Savuro Alfred P Scallse Frank I 4. Scanlon john I Schauble Davrd A Schlanscr joseph H .A A K 5 x. M Q. Q-. sa fs sn- 3- 4 Schmid john S Schoenbaum Thom Schorsch Donald P Schratz john M Schuster Phlllp F Senlman john H Sheehan Paul E Sherry William j BS " 'L Sa 'mv-Q. sux at if No gurls around buf nealness IS sflll a musl for P Sheehan and Romanuai 7 T I - . . . , ' ,V Q aj U D I f :QT . J f 5' . : ' Q K " 1 A +d,f Q' , T: I L' ' ' ,Q tn I , - -2. as 4. I , , X I t R rx -t 1 I F. - I x x 1 X v' 1. , A .W I "ff lf- ,Y - - , md MI 'K 5 5 . H L -Q , ,,, f ' 4 sv 1- ' lr .K K V' ' , f , X t , ,Za I . l I X 4 523 ax X I ' ' 'f o .L -r I 'Q ' ' 1 J L ' ' - I I '. .' ' 1 'tr N I I ' I 1 if W I fag- I , R, I V It -? Y - , x ,, 6 . . A M f'f' t e 1 . T lialfi? -1 I lx ' 3 I .4 jj? U A' .I ,IK . . .J is K -1 -,F l 'U z -.-, . , 5. '- ' - . 1 Q M .. 1427: L X A ' ' -A ' I ' 'X he 'ff 'X . 4 1 I 4 ' , " ' If ,Q I -' f - .I 1 3' -lk. A- , A Q9 . - . . 1 -4 . I o. "' t--A ,J N. -r . I Q I fl K 1 ' ' 1. A g u , 'yy ' I - I '- , I I, K ' of L QI I L F A ' T 4 K- . . . 11 1 ' V , "5 -,- . . , V i l . . . W X X 1 1 S 5 Shockcy. Ronald V. Showel, john L. Shutlitowski. Peter Skrypek. Wayne T. - Slepicka. james F, V ..- , .ax Smith, Peter M. gal, L Smrlanuch, Danuel j. p ., ,,., 75 N, 'YN ' 5s L.. R, , 1 lf, ', A f Q-, ... ,Q fEA e A ' 4 x 1 I Smith Raymond K Smlth Thomas R Sobueskl Robert M Sokol Anthony j Specht joseph F Stanton Edwardj Stella Michael B 3.5, Smraka Paul j Sulllvan james P Sullwan john Edmund Sullivan john Walter Sullivan LeRoy E Sullnvan Thomas F Thoncr Charles M v... 1- bv n f e luruor nofe oo we have jotted the names ot the athletlc greats Lou Muller Don Rrgalv and Mike McGovern played tlrst strung football thxs year Joel Pecoraro Ron Shockey and Don Crmlno will be heard trom agam too On the basketball turst team were Lou Muller Don Hett and Make McGovern And we are watchung Wally Jones The swrmmmg team had exceptional help from the lun nor class Jack Pettunger Norm Puerce John McGuire and Bob Barnes led the parade but tops an the same champ lonshlp show were P Shutlltowsku J Pape R Drrng and D Puchalsku The juniors managed Amateur Nught and they drd more than their share tor the Contratermty dances Tom Adams was general chairman ot the prom at the Shoreland Hotel Walsh Patrack W Watson Wnllnam M Wegcrzyn Norbert Weller Wllllam j Wllllams Blame V Wullrams Thomas B Woods Thomas Zamer William F l s., - Q. L L. , 1 ' Ht- , lf- 2 ,QI 17, Tleman Wllllam A Tosto Gabriel P Troendly Robert B Trzos Robert S Valade jerry F Valentrno Norbert M Vejvoda Edward j Vertuno Leonard L Vnncentl Dennis L Vltha Terrence F Voller Thomas C Vondrasck Robert j Vondruska George L Vrtls john F fir' Q '5- fl'- ' .r-:, 4' IS 'T if L' fv L Z' b-s Row l Left to right Row 2 Left to right Addanfe LoulsT Anmcella Wllllam R Barr james Ahern james N Augushnlak Louls A Barrett james L Alchele Richard A Aushn Robert P Barron Dennis H Anderson George C Balsrs Richard V Barry Michael j 4 in IKIHQ 4 Barzano josephj Baslle Frank M Bass Wllllam M Baur james I D 2 SOP OHQOYGS QVC Yea cy fo lake over 'lhe responsibililies of upperclassmen afler a year in fhe new building under 'rhe walchful supervision of Farher Dymek assislanl disciplinarlan. Fenwick flag inferesls Fr. Van Rooy sophomore class moder- afor and V. HarneH class presidenl. -v:.v:p,,.rr1" ...Nxg f L lv' 11514 fy ' m . Tn' 'l Q W lx- Brandstrader, W. R. Brejcha, Kennerh j. Brennan, james H. Brown. Charles R. Browning, Frank W. Burke. George W. Burns, Richard B. Burrisc, Robert C Byrne, Roger j. 54 A dr' v... Row 3 Left to nghr Bennet! Charles M Berry Thomas M Blackwell Wllllam L Boden Rlchardj Boyd, james j. AQ . Z. hm, , -sv Bone john M Bokunlewlcz Fred Bonucelln Richard A Bonus Harold W s. ' E. 1' , 'T' . 4' - .V r V . J t- ' X I rs ' WN 1 tl-v 4-gm .rag Assisting the sophomore president are G. Sobieslr, treasurer: J. Barr, vice-presidentg and D. Jalovec. secretary. Row 4-Lett to right Cerone. jack P. Chelz, Anthony W. Chestnut, john P. Chmelik. john W. Ciotti. Donald D, Clancy, Harold j. Collins. Thomas L. Comello. Victor M. Row 5-Lett to right Como. Angelo A. Condon. Edward j. Conlon, john L. Connon. Richard L. Cortesi, Neil A. Costello, john A. Coughlin, Daniel j. Courtney. joseph P. fr. fix , l 4 az . It f " Z gl iz. 'S' "' . l ., 2 le i W A - K . . S 5- Q.. xx rf, - f Q. l i . Q! N 5 f 5 is . . . ' u .4.., . 18 "' . g . .,..,. L' by N., 1 1' - ' I4 . i W sr- . Q , W 1' i ff, Q, l gig... 'A R ' . R 3 ' s .X lv' 2' gt K 1 L- gf. 1 :su K X " . F ri Q -N I x R I -sie XAl i if Calderone. james E Callahan. Daniel W 5. I f s 6. - C' X - Campbell. Cerald E . if ll l Cannizzo, joseph R Gal 3 Cappctta. Frederick C m ' iz' 4- Q, Cardinal Lawrence C. ,:f, I it I -gr, . I , . N l l i , ' N w I L X , 1' ' cy A '+,, , Y a Carmichael. james j. K Carroll. Roger M. ' M. ,f -W 5' Casserly. Michacl C. ' l ver ,- Row 6-Lett to right Row 7-Lett to right Courtney. Thomas j. De Paepc. Thomas W. Coyne, Richard j. de St, Aubin. E, j. Crowley. james W. De Tolve. james F. Daly. john P. Dettmer. Lawrence W. Darovic. Brian A. Digate, Andrew L. Dasso. David T, Di Ciacinto. Henry D. De Crenier. Herbert W. Di Pego. Robert P, Demski. Stanley L. Donahue. Lawrence P, V is , :C 1 sa 1 ..... lg. M f- .345 C A 'Q i ASV' A l N i M X 'N I W sr. H cy 'er . , -. fn..- -f .- 7 W gf I I at A. e a 'A I 1 fr v, . , ' G ' 4, 6- K1 6, fs. L.. f-11. , , sh, . X X Q N. l X K 0 Na 5 'nu SL 'Q if wx . ' gl I4 X 'qv' M .. , Q -5- l l 6 K X s N . - .E 5-1 1' Cv 5. N- at if lb. 'QW Row l Left to right Dores Damel R Dote Alphonse C D I D nald P Drymalskl George E Durdel Michael N D Th m C rage o using o as Drennan Thomas G Duzansky john B 5 Row Z Left to right Dybeck Dennis I Egan William Michael Egan William Patrick Elliott Edward M Q., ?6- Fahey Charles M Fantettl Patrick Faul Thomasl Feeley William P i X- fa., L on Row 3 Left to right Finn William I Fllzgerald Michael D Fitzgerald Sean F Flowers Arthur F lj 2 SOP OVVIOYC nofe OO ln lCGf25 some interesting facts recalled about us as freshmen. We began with the largest entering class up to that time 330. Father Van Rooy was appointed moderator. Our first year we elected R. Jalovec president F. Bokumewicz vice-president R King secretary, and P. O Hagan treasurer We had a good representation in all the tyro sports-swimming football basketball- and in other activities: debate band radio servers and others. Our freshman team in football won four and lost only one game. We enioy now looking back to some of our shocking experiences as beginners: Not one of us made the Honor Roll the first series' and we wont forget the ordeal of first Parents Night. Coedert, Patrick I Corecki, joseph F. Griffin. Iames T. Crimley, Robert C. Haase, Arthur C. Haddad. Ronald L Haley. Gerald 1. Hanley. Richard M. Hansen, Alan E. Sb 'C' Q-- 5. .x life ,G if i 5' 1 45' Foley Christopher C Forbrnch Paul C Fralt William Codman Robert A b 4 'C' fs -. b l x lla Byrne, and D. Murray. 9 begins at the top for C. Haselow, F. Cappetta, V. Cornello, Row 4-Lett to right Hilliard. Ioseph E. Hillig, Charles A, Hoolhorst, Walter F. Horan. Michael I. Horan, William D. Horn, Kenneth P. Hurter, Edward A, Iablonski, Ronald E. Harmon, Bernard I. Harnett, Vincent I. Harney. Bernard I. 4- P 'cr' an jf L- N T' . iw A N 'X l if. . l Hzlselow. Charles F. 3-. HEYlChY, Timonly I, , ' G A "' " Hickey. Thomas I. 4, bf' ' ,W ' fr Z' '14 fl' A law 2 I vw. ,iw ,. y 1 . lllggans. William A. Q, " 5, 6- f' Hill, George T. Z' W' Et' fa Hillenbrand. William ll 7 ' 'sf K Q . 'l X 1 V A Row 5-Lett to right Iacinavicius, Alfred I, Iackel. Milton M. Iackson, Richard I. Ialovec, Richard I, Iames, Philip Q. Ianda. Charles W. Iech, Ioscph F. Row 6-Lett to right Ioyce, Iames M. Kallal, Iohn M, Karnick, Robert E. Kaska, Gerald N. Kearney, Iames I. Kelly, Iames I. Kelly, Walter M, Iordan, Thomas I. Kenny, Kennelh I, Row 7-Lett to right Kent, Denis I. Kernan, Richard M. King, Richard A. Klebek. Daniel T. Klobucnik, Ioseph I. Knox, Donald I. Kodl, Franklyn I. Korzeniewski, George X l :K - ' .-. A' . ew. of 'Q .. Y' L- s Y 'nf tv' B' 4 "w" -hu' if fi. N ' , . 11, , Y I I A :V N K A ' K X l t V 1 1 , l cw. 1 -fi, I lcv I ' y, -1 A ' if? 4 I F -an 4 kit Ag its I' .f , Q if " A 5, vu.. 'Tl N5 -.f -f. ' N , -,M , 'V .I X X l f 'ii I if N 1 X 5 lf: dm- I fm X l 4 fx ,M il i, vw. M - -,I v Q " - sl - ' L ' " zz , 2 Q... Lf is i 1:1 5, 50 ' ff .5 lfzf' X ' L ' .W , Y I! 1 EQQXEQL l ' X 4... . .. 57 D N D-4 un..- L. E.. -rf G be xr, X X R S- 1. 4- I 4 P., ' 7c.. 'gag wo! . , I I " 14' -- no :T sf if s ' ' 5- 'N' 'I' i T' X i """. Y" x Q fi . I I 'jg'--' t 'P -es 2 if-W 'af ea, fi" ' 'F QV 5' ff. ., ff ef' 5. fa I --V 1' 'N' ' Z' A - f 'I' X. -, 4 ' . X, . f . It X 1 P -2 N . A , ia i . i Q Y N 'wa 45? . ,Q . I A C 'QQ' 'Q fi f"'P T .. 'L' 5' '41 ws- ,A-, f 3 I ,L F I .aa - ., ,f X I , X x .f A 1 i A . I 'X In - f' X ' O N li X I' 1 X Y N N Row 1-Left lo right Row Z-Left fa right Row 3-Left to right Kwialkowski. Daniel I. Larocca, Iames R. Leone, Barry P. MacArthur. Robert B. Malek. Lawrence G Kubiak, Marlin M. Kyle, Thomas C. Lavezzi, Iohn C. Long, Iames I. MacDonald, Iames D. Malicki, Alfred T. Kuhfuss, Charles S. Landerman, Anthony I. Leahy, Thomas P. Lore, Thomas A. MacLenrlan, Ierome C. Mancione, Philip C Kusmider. Casimer A. Lane, Patrick I. Lehner, William F. Ludwig, Fred L. Madden. William P. Marchini, Robert S A t . t . . W va Row 4-Left to right 5 f Mashek. William I. L, ..- i, kv Maxa, Iohn E. S, I ' 4, 7 T ' Mazza, Patrick I. I ' u N X X ll "I+ was fun while il lasl'ed." . 5- , Row S-Leff to right C 6 Refreshed sophomores, J. McGrall, D. Palla, S. Perry. D. Barron, Memes, 90,314 w, W L D A R. Poole, J. Rafferly, W. Schnairenberg, M. Barry, D. Smilh, and WGBH. ROHM A- Q, ' ' J. Bour IrearI enioy locker room freedom before nexl class. Mnam' M'd'aeI M' . ii ' I7 if' ' Row 6-Loft to right ' Malay, Reber! w. J A2 2' Mollsen. Clifford M 6 Morlord. Earl S. I Q.. s.. 1 K- K 'Ki 'Q Muisenga, john A. Mulkerin. Thomas P. ,V 'I '. .5 5 .Rr J ,J Mullenbach, Robert E. f 'W 5' Ru.- Q 2: ' I k N v- 3 - l Murray. Dennis A. M.. .5 5, " , l f McCabe. Thomas j. ' . - S'- 1. A 4 ' 4 McCue, john M. . sl X ' Happy Sophomores, Hrcnlj K. Horn, J. McGrail, J. Weinstein, - .l i C. Fahey, R. Balsis, J. Ward: lrearj R. Tully, M. Barry, W. X . ' V Schnakenberg, D. Barron, and J. Ryan anticipate lheir nex+ class. K K X 'Q' ga, M r 3 , McCurry, Merle P. 1,1 'ff ,Z McDermott. james P. if " ' Mfoonsla, Clement 1. 1 . 1-,V 1 X' Row 4-Lett to right Row 5-Lett to right Row 6-Lett to right Row 7-Left to right McDonald. joseph , Obermaier, George F. 0'Keefe. Gerald 0, Patla, Donald L. McGrail, john W. O'Brien. james P. O'Krongley, Roger E. Perry, Stephen 0. McKenna, joseph M. O'Brien, Matthew W. O'Leary. Dennis M, Phelan, Michael E. McMahon, Patrick j. O'ConnelI, Daniel E. Ostap, Eugene M. Pilot. Gerald N. McMahon, Robert W. 0'ConneIl, james A. O'Toole. William H. Polli, joseph j. McNamara, john P. O'Connor, Michael B. Owen, Richard A. Poole, Robert j. Nemec, Carl 1. O'Hagan. Patrick j. Parejko, George A, Pruyn. George W. Nichols, james M. 0'Hara. Barratt j. Parrilli, Patrick W. Pugh, Charles E. mm I I Y' . ', up , 1, Y ,A .R I 4. AA fm- - , r wed Q .rf I? N- -fi 4- - -7' 'Q ' 26,55 4 r , K FA W, X H I - ! lf. 4 Q -iff' K , X 'V T M x w il l is -3 K r . f " l A gh 'gh . v. 'P , ,:. 'H . , I 1 YL T Q- .,,. .5 3 fi, ' ". N . . 3.. 'lf' l-l- -Q, 'Q , sf: " 'W J - -1' ,M . 'F 4 Ai P . 4' 1: . ,.,. , W xx , VW I K' ' X X Vw. l X Q L' X , . A 'E I 2 1 5 .A , , z '- ... r 'P ' ,TQ C ,,,- ,X 3' pvqx. Z , Q 'W v. f. , H ,, .,. ' H L . .ah X o df. .N D te , .,, Za, ix , is 'ff f HY : , . 1 if Q . 'f' 'I - P W, w X x Pip 'fl 1 if F. :A tu. vu M Q - '75 - 5 I 'ca a S-J f j " 2? ov , '-3: 5. , bd! E. Q- 5 is ,Lag Q A' an :L "" he 'f f: . 1 . i I k ' px '21, ,. X , ' ' 'ELEM ' f l . f . ' 'H - A ' no . 2 '. S ' N :ff . '. 14 1 V ' 59 40. 43" 4 fb, 5' V. ,N Z . vs Q l 1 '. N X 'JM 4 t x f , ,J gg ta. l If -Q ff, ii ,-f . .A . . - K 3 x all vinyl 'Su Ly 'xl Q' 5 A :. 9 ' - A ,-,S te T' 'X 'Ei , L Row l-Left to right Rafferty, john T. Ratigan, jerome W. Reimann, Henry E, Reinhardt, Barry j. Row 2-Left to right Reischmann, Gilbert M. Rigney, Stephen j. Riccio, Richard C. Richied, Donald E. Richter. Glenn j. Riley, Michael V. Roach, Robert j. Roche, Patrick B. SoPAomore nofes fell 5 .Yu "f L i' 4 I 4 Rock. Robert W. Rogowski, Norman Ryan, Dennis j. Ryan, john H. Selcke, Lawrence E. Sellers. Michael j. Siblik. joseph F. Dehydrated sophomores J. Ahern, N, Rogowski, R. Jackson, J. Barzano, M, Jackel, G. O'Keefe, L. Williams, and J. Boyd line up for a refill. Sicilia. Anthony A, Sima, Todd P. Simons. William j. v Skopal. Henry W. Smith. Bruce R. Smith. Dennis R 1, ,Z p is 1 t-. if C 6- ... ..-. '- -Q.. , - sk Q it Q l rx Row 3-Left to right Salerno, joseph A. A. Santen, Edward R. Santo, james V. Scelzo, james R. SC 'H 7543-Y. in fs XX '. If 2 Sleek .X . It Schlacks. Robert j, Schlentz, Robert j. Schmitt, Donald I. Schnakenberg, W. R. 4 i 1 uv- , C R 'K 1 -1 Q Jn X a :f lax EH' ' - ,5 5,-ap J ' ' 'Cai Q, A .. 11 ... . Q I, f W . . ,lin Y ' 7.71 lu s 'l Q.. , i ., C- ' L' tl 1' .4 1 s x 5 w afsop omores o to keep up Fenwick spiral We have thus year under the dlreclnon of V Harnell presldenl J Barr vuce presrdenl R Jalovec secretary G Soblesk lreasurer and Falher Van Rooy class moderator supported school affarrs wholehearledly Our Honor Roll and Honorable Menhon lusls Increased Regulars were such men as W Sweeney J Cheslnul S Demskr W Egan P Goederl' G Korzenlewska andJ Tonne Suxly four sophs made lhe currenl llsl D Schmrll sel a new breasl stroke record 'lhus year R McMahon was the backbone of lhe Iunlor swam leam W Sweeney and P Goederl have led Iumor debahng And we are going lo see much more of V Harnell J McDonald P Fanlelh and B Leone In 'Fool ball and E de S+ Aubm rn baskelball Some promnsmg bantarns and flres are ready +o Smrth Wllllaml Sobnesk George A Spank George W Y Stamer Ioseph E Stancukas Stanley I Steele Wllluam B Stevenson Mrchael D Stolfe Louls I Strcnung Mnchael C 'F' move up Row 4 Left to right Sullivan Eugene I Sullrvan Iohn T Sullrvan Roger A Sweeney Michael H Sweeney Wllllam Thlelen Rrchard M Tlerney Edward F Todd Michael T Row 5 Left to right Toepfer Alan I Tollrck Robert W Tomasello Leonard C Tonne Iay C Tufo Leonard I Tully Roger P Ulvellng Edwnn F Van Dyke Nell F Row 6-Left to rsght Vondruska Iames Waco Richard F Walter Robert C Ward Iohn M WEIl'15f9Il'l Iosephl Westhoff Thomas R Whalen Iames T Whalen Martml Row 7 Left to rlght Wllllams Lawrenc Wrlls Iames C Wnnterhalter Iohn I Zalack Francis I Zanom Rschard E Zatopa Alan A Zmlgrockl IamesI Zuck Iohn M ew .,,. 4-. xf M1 FF., M J -... .. if 6-1 K1-L 15 alll - , . 2 . . . . - - gg j- A ' ri . 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" Ch KV E, 2 Left fo fl Ahwood Thomas E Barre!! Thomas M Baye Ernesl H Beh mann H y B Belch ne Walter I Bellock Raymo d I Blanuccl De n s B ed o Chester A Q'-v Row 3 Left to ugh! Blake Parle T Bo ek Thomas A Bobka Ronald F B e e av: Br sch Carl I Broder ck Ray Bohakel Rrcha d A Bol k Casm res man nofe oo fe ls f e splrlf whvch fhe freshmen manlfesfed from fhe very beglnnmg of fhe year They were fhe fnrsf class fo hold fheur elecflons perhaps wlfh fhe vclea of profecfmg fhemselves agannsf fhe formldable sophomores Fafher Mark Sullrvan class moderafor orgamzed fhe freshmen early nn fhe year by calling for fhe elechon of fwo represenfaflves from each homeroom fo form fhe frosh councul The homeroom represenfafwes elecfed were Room I4 P Capufo and M Eck Room I5 R Gorskl and P Hanrahan Room 2l J Pullung and W McNally Room 22 J Tosfo and T lncroccu Room 23 J Rice and T Gallery Room 24 E Collms and R Cochrane Room 25 P Ryan and T Edmuer and Room 26 J Sfrobel and R Rosah From fhese men The officers were selecfed by vofe of fhe whole class The presudenf E Collins ns from Ascensoon In Oak Park H Bulfa d james K Buo nconrro Da Burgess Robert R Burke Denms P Byrne Philip V 62 was rlghf halfback on fhe freshman foofball feam P Hanrahan vlce presldenf comes from Resurrechon un Chicago He played rlghf fackle on fhe frosh foofball feam Secrefary J Sfrobel leff half back on fhe feam us from Sf Eulalla Maywood and R Cochrane freas urer as from S+ James Maywood Three of fhese four men were on fhe Honorable Men 'hon llsf for fhe flrsf series l S Q 1 x .. 5 ,, ei' "W H'L ,f l , R s, ' I, .' V ly Q. f ' K Q sq C ' 6. l "' 1 -.. :L 4 ': A we f 'bf I I -, .gy , , - X 1 y- - WYY' l Y Y ' ' :T s l - ls 1 ., 5. . , ig, , 6. -- , Q 'V nu ' w 5' 1' 'v 2 . l if' W, Q' fr- ,X 'I' zz 1 , , my 4' A ' 1.1. 9 ' 1 KX :I R 4 X V'-4 .' ll 5 11 ' ' Q 1 H? x I G J sax' 4 4- A , 5 A ff al' 3 , if 4 A ' Q-..- ' , . -- A A 4 ,f -Y ..-y f r W I . A , I X E T th T 4 V 1 X : T. T X. Ro - o right Row - 'ght - ' , ' ' , , r . , . i , . . . r , , r , r . , awr , , . , n . , . r w r, D 'd E. , ' . ri , en is A. r, . ' ', n i , ' r . i . . , . , . r , arr . i r n, . e , ir W. l , mond I, . . . 4 ' , . . ' . I . I I . l ' I l ' I ' I ' I ' : , . . g I - - I l - ' . I , . . I , . . I I - - I , n - - I I ' ' ' r i, . ' ni , nn K ., . ' C -m 6. . , . A , ,N VX. . I . . . D e l, X lx C C reshrnan class officers: Fr. Sullivan, moderalor: J. Slrobel, sec- elary, liealedl D. Cochrane, freasurer: P. Hanrahan, vice- residenlg and E. Collins, presidenl. ,sl ,eh X La.. 1. A . X - . 6' ,,- Row -lfLeff fo right Carlson, Ronald B. Carlton. Robert M. Carney, Michael E. Carobus, Kenneth F. Casseflari, Richard j, Cataldo, Robert j. Chervinko. james S. Chudzik, Gerald 8. ff fm ,.. uh N Row 5-Left to right Clark, lohn F. Clark, Thomas W. Clark, William T. Cleary, Dennis C. Clohecy, john E. Clusman, Thomas E Cochrane, Richard j. Coleman, john T. . 'wx Calabrese, Philip C, Calabresc Richard C. Caliendo Martin I Callahan, john M Calmeyn, lohn F. Campbell. Thomas R, Canzolino. joseph I Capufo, Philip j. ,,. ,, s- - '77 I v, i 'K 5 . A F i f Q Q., 'M '., ' . f wus jw F ,V iiffizf . s 2 0- Cardinal, Donald P Row 6-Lell' to right Y 1 H 'P , s., F we , M 4 l l Q A .. . X. ,LL , We x ' i it fi 4:- Lf' x . ie 'P 5,- W' QW I . T gp., ' 5- w Q.. Row 7-Leif fo righf Collins, Edmond A. Coyne, john P. Collins, Michael j. Cronin, Donald F. Colucci james A. Crowe, Thomas j. Condon Mel l. Cunningham, john D Cooley, Leslie W. Curry, Robert T. Cooney Gerald B. D'Agostino, Savario S. Corfino, Russell M. Dalton. john P, Cotfler, David N. Danek, Terrence I, v 5, ' 1 in ' 1. ,div- wm-vr:-V vga, Z, J Mix R A . Qi A if . N N ' , l J K . x, X l Q C, A ', l Z Y",-1' ff ,nh i I ,X 'xc " ' " 'P 'v 5 Q. "' ' .,. .- ? , 9' 5 ' Q- vu 4 A , i 'j 'V . S . l f ii 5 :Rf .. l . - , , H s. ,. ' 'ff .U x L . l W Q Q. hifi 1' ' L' 'sw' Q " '- . iw A . X 1-' i X -,Q . ' I 63 B ii E..3l E' N l . 1 V. Xl L- . 1. S-:X S Q.. 1' ff' - 'rf Y-V 1 I H Q QQ N ii? K I l 'Q"fi1 ' Q x er ea' iff' . 'N '-.1 ""'- . . Wx. " A, -- A 5, 1 5, " My . , Q1 ff f 4: I A W 27 if' 5 'ff . v x - , "', f' A I ,5 I K sl . . r 1. L I Row 1-Left to right Row 2-Left to right Row 3-Left to right Debes, William A. De Nardo, Leonard F. De Pinto, Ioseph R. De Santis. Frederick P. Deutsch. Iohn S. Deeter, Derek L. Deihl. Dennis D. Dc Maria. Frederick I. me green !Al'25Al4'l2V1 in wisdom, as 'l'he Honor Roll showed al' lhe end of lhe 'firsl semesler. The freshmen 'lied lhe mighly sopho- mores wilh fourfeen gefling semesler honors: R. Cochrane, E. Collins, R. Finnell, J. Franger, T. Gallery, G. Molfo, J. Puliung, J. Rice, J. Sammon, W. Slephen, J. Toslo, W. Trzecisk, R. Wolff, and P. Woods. The second series lhe frosh headed +he lis+ wilh fwenly- Heavily-laden and solemn, J. Drennan, E. Wiener, R. Riuulo, J. Farrell, J. Scheibal, D. McHugh, and R. Nonn begin lhe school year. Dolan, Harry L. Donahoe, Michael C. D Ed d L onovan. war . Donovan. Michael D. Doubek, William R. Douglass. Patrick M. Downey. Lawrence I. Doyle. Kieran M. Drennan, Iohn P. Dowd, Robert P. Downer, Ierome I. Dresen. Dennis P. QV? HVOWH Drews, Charles I. Dudek. Daniel L. Du Plessis, Ronald M. Easrman, Norman M. six on ihe Honor Roll and eighly on +he Honorable Menlion. ln December James Hunler was elec+ed secrelary and J. De Pinlo, lreasurer of +he Junior Science Club. Frosh on lhe junior debaling leams were R. Carllon, J. Lislali, R. Bellock, and J. Callahan. .X 1 n . Eck. Michael N. Q ' , Q N' Edmier. Thomas W. - Q I ' Eick, Frank C. ' f' 4 I vc. Fv"'?x :S . fx I i s' '- X 4. -- H- l . . l 4' I -. Eisenmann. lames R. , lx ' I " ' Ernst. Richard W. 3 Farrell, lohn F. ii. X A Feeney. Michael B. Fehrman. Robert F. Fieg. Iohn P. 'bs L- :Z . av e, ,I - . ,,. f - . e S.- .I 'V T . W' ' . it , us, v' ' ,. X LM J Fmachio. Benedan I. 4 - A 5 I ... Finnell, Roger A. L f -' ' " Fischer. Iohn D. 1: ' ' 1 V Q- 'Ur Anxious newcomers D. Roche, R. Tarpey, M. Carney, D. Moran, J. Holloway, and E. Collins lislen allenfively lo Fr. Sherman's 4 insfruclions. 5 . i 4- Q- L f, Fif1geraid,P.mac 4 2 3' 'Q fm 'W " Fogarty. Iohn P. "Q t, 0. W ,,. x Follett, Dennis B. K- I ,ig 527- 2 K X i a ddr? f,, V' 1-A2552 'f 7 l Row 4-Left to right Row S-Left to right Row 6-Left to right Row 7-Left to right Foss, George I. Gardner, Wayne I. Gorman, Earl I. Hansen. Farreol L. Franger, Ioseph I. Gallo. August C. Gorski. Robert I. Harrison. Frank D. Friiz. Iames R. Gaynor. Iohn C. Graves. Robert E. Hawkins, Thomas F. Gale, David G. Gentile, Anthony M. Grove, Thomas E. Hellmer, Richard E. Gallagher, Iack F. Gentile, Michael L. Gust. Iames A. Hennigan. Edward L. Gallery. Thomas I. Giuraro. Lawrence S. Halloran. Iohn P, Henning, Christian F. Gancarczyk. Ronald W. Gleason Thomas P. Halpin, Iohn E. Herlehy, Donald I. Gapen, Daniel C. Glomski, Charles E. Hanrahan. PatriLk I. Hobart, Edward D. . an iv. iv , vm' -f Uv' 1 ' 1 . -f 'V in.. 3' 4 nf If I " iff er- Ng: Q!-J V 1 ..-'af 'I M R i f , 4' "we, ' I S f 2 .zz .,- f - .' ji!" - i iw... gm' . 1,1 v Y Qing fi . Viffffh . R ' Wil 5 f N, - . A M 'm ,W V , . x 1 an L . I-. I " - v V 1. ML w-q, L. 'Z 'sv , i,, . Q-4 X fl fl "" 'A 4 iff "?4'-n tl? f' . XT" .e 1. - A , . . . x ' ' I i V i , Q I 5 . - Ya . ' l . ff ,' K Q X 2 i 5 i L. is In r 4 .liffl 'rw .J n ,I Q 2-.:. ,, R g A. ' A W cg s . 'z A 1 -6 F. 2 . ' Q' w-, .M . . YF M -1 i . '-ff A v - is K .' .. 'of 4 '- - W ii. Q ' A ' ' A-X .K ,J -I Ay ,, . ' 1 i I .. I ,fi- 4, cs' W! I T I , 6' 4. -:.'. 14 it 4' Y I '+A 4, il. 1 'ZZ' K .fi si. 'tr .- K XX x X X Q 'X I 1 X X 2 -5 . A ,N xl 65 vis he . J U8 'ik .e-- 1- Q f- -- fn-M - x. - -5 - ' Q.- w- . 'W 0 "' . . X Lie A ' ' i . i ' A T -T' I P A 'i r. fe- - Lg ,,. 4 cg 5. , V .a- -G ,M ,A --N Q., an , .. .. J: 2 - W f .1 ... ' -- -- -M MZ X I 5 V 1 l O. Q-. . q I ,, 1, 4- .awf . X w ' id x.. ' Row I-Left to right Row Z-Left to right Row 3-Left to right Hchman, john j. Hughes, Terrence P. lmhof, Edwin A. jelen, joseph S. Iuckniess. Richard A. Kenny. james F. Hohman, Thomas L. Hughes, William C. Incrocci. Thomas P. johns, William P. Karmazin, j. Donald Klein, Herbert C. Holloway. john M. Hunter, james A. lppolito. james V. johnson. Lawience YZ. Kay, Dennis F. Koch. Donald P. Hubek, Philip j. Imbur, Robert K. jara. Paul T. johnson, Philip B Kennedy. Ralph j. Kouba, William j V25 nflalfl nofes Hilfe PVOl4'liS2 of future 'lame in sports. On the nineleenlh frosh fool- ball team coached by Mr. Dan O'Brien were more can- didales lhan ever before in Fenwiclr's history. The back- 'field looked good, wilh E. Gorman, quarterback: E. Collins, righl half and acling caplaing J. Strobel, left half and leading scorer: and D. Paulelli, B. O'Hara, and L. Downey, fullbaclrs. Diligent students D. Herlehy, M. Warchol, F. De Maria, and W. Debes maie use of those last precious minutes before the bell. fri L. Johnson was frosh singles champion in bowling. On the swimming team the 'Frosh really shone. E. Kral is expected to be the best breast-slrolrer in Fenwiclr history. S. Manola holds the freshman 50- and l00-yard free-style records. ll is loo soon to label baslreteers, bu+ the frosh had a good representation. Q l Kozak, Richard S. . ' in "' Kral. Edward F. S 4, ' L, - Kramps, Herbert W. Q., ' s W F, fs, . L 4 "9 '- ':u - 9- 4. n . we Krippner. Allan P. Kristula. james M. Kugel. Peter A 65 'sf Q 5-v f ffifl A wiv pn :xii Mr. Lawless and Mr. Kernan give incoming freshmen instruction on gym procedure. Row -1-Left to right Lennon. Thomas D, Lhotka, john C. Lichodzieiewski. W. L. Listak, james A. Lorr, john F. Luciani, Anthony R, Maiers. john j. Malloy, john R, Row 5-Left to right Mangan. james j. Manola, Samuel j. Marrs, William H. Martino, Walter j. Mason. james C. Mastri. Carmen Matthews. Howard j May. Severin C. Kuhter, Charles F. Kulinski. Edward C. La Calamiia. joseph M. Laccabue. Lawrence A. La Rocco, Thomas G. Larsen. Ronald E. 4 "" 1-T'-t 'S f ' K il Q 6-' it ' f,,, bl xy' . -.. Af-5 43.1 5- N X l 'X " '. ' A Ft' 3' . A : Laskay, Thomas E, Q' . 5, 9 Lathrop, George M. V . sy ' , 4 5- Le Beda. Bruce G. 'T' - ' A j VZWI: 4' I Row 6-Lett to right Mensik, Robert F. Mick. Leroy L. Mirabelli. Anthony A. Monaco, james j. Monaco. Robert A. Moran, Dennis M. Moran, Wilfred j. Moretti, joseph A. Row 7-Left to right Motto. George S. Moxon, james N. Mullen, james C. Murphy, jerome E. Murphy. Lawrence I. Murray. Kenneth j. McAuliffe. Thomas M. McCIean, Graham j. , , ar , A , - i ,. t , Q 'T .. . 'g 'J' W , ' - l 3 -' W 7 f vc- Q ,. If K I W' Wi vm. S .9 rv , y "" -V - --va i W, fa. .IZ 2 "rf . me I A 1:-.1 . ' J M 1- .f y , -, i . . QL ' -1 . I Q.. Y A ' ' ' . 'fn ,. 'W sn - qi. 1 y 4.. 4, L. , 4,13 J? 3: Q. ., ,- -.Ai F .... . 3 V -:Y f + L r 1 y ra., afw, 4 j N I , g 43 5 X A S. C - -1 fag 7 . . 1 il K ff 62 ,. .N 0 . " . S be Q, '-ZS' -M - - A f' f 3. -f N' tr' - A - 1 L T. , I x 'J an A 1 ,,' K 1 .s X V 'Tl'- , K. 7' or 1: gg L y js 2' 1 be f kv . t Q, ' Qi., ' -Q., ' ' A H - H . ' it - . A 2 t D 1 f N 5 if- iif z 67 , .H- 4'- L Q' L. 5, 4. ,jr Q.. re' 5 E' Es if I wr x . . ak y. i - . , i lf.. l ,K .- ' K sv l EK bah F , .qs , .. ,Q ls' - -e--- 1' .. , l 5 - ,vang L.. s- ' ux I.. f ,T L ' ,F , 2, 57 A V , ty as xr. lm . r a si. ,....r sf- .. , or . A ,. ' 33 1 "5'ffA111 K' -W 7. 1 . , Niki X xx X ,. di, his M A t h Row l-Left to right McDonald, Ronald A. McCarvey, Hugh F. McGee, Robert B. McGinley, john L. McGorry, Edward R. McCreaI, William P. McHugh. Dennis T. Mclncrney, james E. Row Z-Left to right McKnight. james F. McMahon, john C. McManamon, T. P. McManigal, Michael H. McManus, Thomas j. McNally, William j. McNamara, Edward j. Mapoli, jack R. Row 3-Left to right Nichol, Thomas A. Nonn, Robert C, Novak, joseph C. O'Brien, Michael j. V25 men 2l'liOcy gcynd-FOO Pariies O'Brien, Pairick j. O'Connor, john P. O'Connor. William R. O'DonneIl, Michael j. of which lhe piclure below gives evidence. Freshmen are always slow lo gel acquainled wilh 'lhose who are no'l from 'lheir own neighborhood. Bul one of +he greal advanlages of fhis school is 'lhe opporlunily, and finally lhe necessily, of meeling boys 'From many paris of lhe cily and from many suburbs. The frosh from even-numbered homerooms mel' one nighlg fhose from 'lhe odd-numbered rooms, anolher nighl' lo enjoy exclusive use of all lhe school alhlelic facililies and fo spend 'lheir class dues on a feasl' of malls, colres, and doughnuls-all as a means of gelling acquainled. Parlicipanls in Freshman Nighl galher 'round for free refresh- menls: lsealedj Tison, Cochrane, Anderson, Bobla, Vogl, Nonn, Siloulial, Krislula, Lholla, and Foss: R. Monaco, Clus- man, J. Monaco, Pasqualine, O'Hara, and Burgess. O'Crady, Philip j. O'Hara, Edward j. O'Kccfr:, Thomas P. Olechowski, Slcphe O'NeiIl. john F. Ongemach. jack T. he I1 l 1 's 'K' 2. Q' :Hal ' 5' m I i rli 5 - 1 5 5 Q- .- I C 0- T. O'Rahilly. Daniel P. Orlando. Robert L. Palkoner. Robert M. Pasqualine. joseph j. Patzke. Richard j. Pauletti. Dennis E. Perek. Robert A. Pettersen, Malvin P. Picard, Charles E. .. .N to.- En route to cafeteria Caliendo is stopped by Fr. Reardon for routine questioning. Row 4-Lett to right Piccoli, Kenneth R. Pierce, Patrick M. Pillar. Edward D. Pitello, Patrick M. Poliquin, George j. Ponticelli. Francis A. Porcoro. Carl R. Posch. Kenneth B, Row 5-Lett to right Pouzar, john j. Power, john P. Provenzano. Anthony R. Puljung. john j. Quinn. Thomas E. Radous, joseph R. Rasmussen, Clifford L, Reda, Salvatore W. -4 .1 42: V i wuz f I V ini Z QL- . K ,"' :iff i V+- . ,x.,', - . Y i 'M 6 if K I J 'J r 44 7 A 1 ,ffl P W T 'li . N l f' Row 6-Lett to right Reichardt, David A. Rice. james F. Rigney, james P. Rigney, Thomas A, Rizzuto, Russell A. Roberson, Thomas A. Roche, Robert D. Rosati, Richard l. Row 7-Lett to right Rubek, Edward D. Russell, Robert j. Ryan, Patrick j. Ryan, Thomas M. Ryndak. Chester B. Sadkowski, Eugene j. Sammon, john P. Santucci. Raymond D. Q 4'-Q.. , I .. 2 1- x P. Z . L 1 3 To Q M13 T . L - i ti-A' ' 40. ' w --.. K 5' . A U A te: K ly lx x Q 7 my 1 s " X i W x li . 2. "e-if. . . 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Skryd, Bruce I. Spaniel, joseph T, Stava, Donald I. Stevenson, William A. Scanlon, Robert T. Sevcik. lohn M. Somers, Patrick W. Spevak. Richard T, Steiner, Thomas I. Slich. Charles 8. Scapillato, Thomas A. Sexton. Thomas F. Sorce. lohn I. Spruth, lohn M. Stenson, Robert V. Stloukal, Robert A. res men may bLe casses, Auf they enjoy, too, the tavorite periods-lunch, gym, and 2:45. The trosh were tlattered this year to have their lunch period with the seniors: and they telt safer, away from the sophomores. The tirst-year men were un- happy, however, at being excluded trom upperclass parties and dances. ln all outside activities open to them, the treshmen gave evidence ot being a spirited group. This year, unfortunately, there were no bow ties-normally the arelr knows his picture for "BlacHriars" will be good. R. is next. C. Mastri waits his turn. L treshman identification. There was no singing ot the school song on demand, but then, the sophomores were over in the other building. Next year they will come back, inches taller, calories heavier, and in their own iudgment so much smarter that the incoming 'Freshmen will be dirt under their teet. But next year they will be packed away harmlessly in the new building and will have lunch hour with the iuniors, who will help lreep them in trim. Stolfa. lames P. c 'T ' -' " Vs 6 Stonis, Felix L, VA., V Stranski. Robert I. it :T '-- .gi - l ix 2 I r' .2 , , f 'f LW -fl Strobel, lohn A. C 5 6.5 ' Sullivan, Donald E, A- ' Sullivan. Edwin P. N - . ' 70 'of'- Swaufleld, Pctcr E Szott. Gerald C. Tarpey. Robert F. r 2 R ' nv if 4 X vw' Tarzon, Kcnneth L. Thompson. Thcmas W. 34 . 3 KA 5 gt Tison. lamcs K. "1 i 1. W '58 Sf T7 4 fa :Q f X, 5 N fr: 6. 4' t A - , Scl1ool's out! Downey, Kouba, Perelr, P. Pierce, J. Rigney, Toma- . szlciewicz, lmhot, and Nichol grudgingly leave Mr. Pollfs algebra class. M Tobin. Mlrk W. 4, "' Tobin. Richard I 'V ,, 5 'H' Tomaszkicwicz. R. 1 .5 'N +- il fag' S. l Row 4-Left to right Row 5-Lett to right Row 6-Lett to right Row 7-Left to right Tosto, lohn A. Vogt, Raymond S. Whelton, William P. Wondrasek. Arthur W. Tovarek, loseph I. Wanat. lohn A. White, lames A. Woods, Patrick I. Trzeciak, Walter Wantuchowicz, L. T. White, William B. Woods, Robert B. Turner, lames A. Warchol. Michael W. Wicner, Edward S. Wright, Russell B. Tyrrell, Robert R. Ward, William L. Wiewiora, Roy C. Young. Philip F, Valade, Brian T. Weidenfeller. George L. Wilhelm. Kenneth G. Zid, lohn E. Vignola, larnes S. Weitzel. Andrew P, Wolf, Robert E. Zmich. Robert C. Vlasaty, loseph Wenc, Siephen H. Wolff, Robert T. Zwers, joseph B. ::- A 1. , w 'ra 'U ' . 4 ' Q. sf .1 can 4' "f 'Mar i Q . X X V32 A Y ' 'V 'A "a - f' f 0 aww cr C 'A gl ' , 1. -4 x' Q, Q' wr xg t f fa- J X' yi' Z if.. ' T il fir' 5,1 N .xr x S .. v 1 L I W? Q " u. , an . 'i 2,1 Q ' Que. ,W -vi 5 -. . 4' ... :i I 4' f,,. 4. V' iz , I ' wa, x v Q . "..' 'Pi - , I H 'Q Q 'G W i' W i 1 Y X X x , L. . .YI tg V - ' f v , . , as 'I .. N an Y .: 'T . l L1 -X M ,. X 3 R fr, Q., x -- -' I.. w- - J l - i .. g - . . . . . ' ' . Y ' Q a . N , M .M .. ' Q P gg ,Quik ?f"Y A ' ' . ,J r ,, , 'W ' fi, '1 'K if? 9 fs ' ff? Huw , I X 5 3251 ,q"",K , Fm I v- s,4 Q 'wrt ,WA "Sitka, .f I A M V, I ,fffffv ' ,, x 1 ' 'L gf 2 , " ' , , 1., '53, . , 1. U f iq I , ' W vw? if I ,,,,,,, ff ' , 4 K' .1 if n i F L. I 1 Q.. in W- il - M 'l xg? ' K' 4' '-fr ,,W IN 1, r..,,i ' Q, Y Q AA n I I ' ll 4' V I 1 P 'Kb Nu , Ami 5 , .ik 3 xxx 1 '-I . 'I 1' Wie.. Us fjze onor ociefcy A615 accepled in+o i+s membership +wen+y-four Fenwick seniors who were oufsfanding for lheir leadership, scholarship, charac+er, and service +o lhe school. Lefl lop: Leo McNaney, Servers, Wicli: Thomas Cash- man, dramafics, Wiclrq Thomas Millard, Servers, Wiclrg Anfhony Sanforo, Blaclrfriars, dramalics, Glee Club, Radio Club, Servers, Norberl Wiech, Glee Club, Y.C.S. Leif second: Paul Cheslnul, Amaleur Nighf, swimming iennis, Wiclzg Roberf Leone, swimming, John Hoyne, baslzefball, class presidenf, foolballf Ar+hur La Vallie, baskefball, foo+ball, Wiclrg Gerald Darda, swimming Wiclz. Leif +hird:.Ronald Ko-rnalr, Glee Club: Edward Slar- shak, inframuralsg Donald Kucera, G-lee Club, Wick, Philip Tonne, in+ramurals. Lefl' boHom: George Blair, debalingg Barry Cullinan debafingq David Keefe, debalingg Rudolph Meier Band, debaling, Servers Below: lslandingl Donald Janninclc, Blaclmlriars co-edi- Qrivdrarndics, Radio C.iub, Wiclxg John Twomey, Blackfriars, Servers, John Duffy, Blaclcfriars, dramafics, inframurals, senior lreasurer, Wick, John Wilhelm, dra- malics, lennis, Wicig lsealedl Paul McEnery, Blaclr- friars, dramalics, prom commillee, Servers, Wiclrq James Bowers, Wicln edilor. All sfudenls a++end Benedic+ion o'F +he Blessed Sacramenf each Friday af+ernoon afler school. cpe icgfion alffecfs all our acfivifies in and oul of lhe classroom. Under Fr. Deler- man, head of lhe deparfmenlg Fr. Dunne, direcfor of servers, Fafhers Blake and Sherman, clirecfors of lhe S+. Thomas Symposium, and Fr. Jacobs, moderafor of fhe Y. C. S. religious ac+ivi+y has colored almosf every phase of s+u- denl' life. This promofes all-around good cifi- zenship, of Church, of school, communify, and counfry. Habifual applied religion helps pre- venl formalion of one-day-a-weelr Ca+holics. Members of fhe Servers' Club: The Confralernily dances lsee pp. IO6-71, l'he Ama+eur Nighf for benefil' of lhe missions, l'he compefifive mission colleclion, Friday Benediclion, daily opporluniiy for Confession, daily school Mass, Firs'r Friday devolions, Holy Communion during Lenl, +he daily Acl of Con- lrilion, devolion +o lhe Rosary, +he Y. C. S. discussion of youlh problems wi+h s+uden'l's of ofher schools, and +he annual sl'uden'l' relreal- all fhese correla+e religion wi+h life and malxe religion an imporlanl parl of every day. Boflom row: H. Bonus, M. Donahoe, W. Clarlr, J. McMahon, J. Lhollra, R. Belloclx, T. Millard, C. Rieck, W. Haylilc. Maaaieli T. Raplange., J, wan., L. Allen, R. ouch, R. Romano, e. weadenfelref, T. Keefer, 1. Dooley, R. Bobka, and T. Allwood. Slandingz E. Veivoda, J. Drammis, J. McGuire, R. Barnes, N. Pierce, D. Puchalslri, D. Kay, E, Donovan, and D. Dores. ur scAoo e re lcfs re lgl0V1 Above: Young Chrlsfian Sfudenfs 'mi E SJ organized fo discuss youfh problems: J, Egan, J. Twomey, E. Murray, A. Sanforo, R, Romano, F. BachY, W, Havmr, N, Wiech, Leff: R. O Comme!! and R. Predovlc check fheir home-room sfandings on Hue mission coHec+ion chart Rlqhh K. Breicha and J. Boie make rhegr sefecflons from fhe sopho- more pamphlei rack. K 4 x S Lit: Fr, Dunne bYesses W. Ouinrfs +hroa+ on Hue fees? of S+. Biase. R'qH': D, LeaM receives Friday Communion f'cm Fr. SVUHF, R. Okon acfs as server. R. Jablonski brings a personal problem lo Fafher Graham during lhe annual sludenls' refreaf. Below: W. Kouba. P. McMahon, and R. Kusmider waif for Night show. as X rheir cue af Amafeur .sf ,. 41 9,90 .f A af- S 4,11 P I O , O C O e IHIOHS LcqAf sale as seen in +he acfiviries which are conducled for +he benefif of 'lhe missions. The Amaleur Nighf program, under fhe direcfion of Fafher Malone, and 'I'he Confraiernify dances, sponsored by Fafher Deferman, make charify pleasanf and prove +o young people +ha+ fhe supporf of +he missions can furn a du+y info ioy. Ama+eur Nighi has become a famous insfiiufion a+ Fenwick, and if and fhe Confra'I's have been mosf suc- cessful as mixers wi+l1 young people from o+her schools. Top Left Before fhe curfain rises, J. Kelly waits for P. Scholfes lo manage wi+hou+ poclrefs. Top Right J. Lhoflca, T, Lennon, P. Byrne, and E. Bayer rehearse amafeur acl off siege. Middle Leif: Amaleurs L, McNaney, P. Murphy, W. Duzanslry, G. Aclrermann, and J. Gaspers prepare +o face fhe audience Amaleur Nighi. Middle Righkfrz W. Flynn and T. Millard discover fhe problems of cosfuming. Bolrom lelli Jus? over from Bavaria lR.26l are D. Koeplre, M. Slella, J. Meyer, and G. Malizia. Bolfom Righf: R. Carney and E. Chapliclri furnish Amaleur Nighf slaps+ick comedy. My 4 ,V A an 4 LQ Y le- 4 H ' "f" '," I , ' Wffggzggqffw 4, 4 , J il 45 , ' f fX ff ltr 3 L K? IKUVJE gqwggaf R "N sw. r ,M .4 Q : k' 5 :P div is sat Q un is xx T15 L JL' 4 HQ Z! if 1422324 A V It 8 X Nr , 4 . sKUi'1w-QW" ' .J f -. f if , '75 1 i ,. , It 1 2' bf ,Zig ? .iw -1 U7 ' iff 4- iw:-' J flV!7lf'?fff0' 3 ' .jf f , 1 ' jj , J 1 +..,. QA 11,16 xi ef 'x , 4 ,JK 1' A 1' f 1 H xl? i 4 A ,- .- I 3 . , I WI 1 43' ""1:'3F'x lm... '17, may Q Q Q 1 1 Q Q 1 1 Q 1 Q 4- 4 V In a.,,. ii Z' , -Z' X411 an SPGQC Rigid: Beginning llnis year sfudenfs have access Yo flue library M and find ir very profiralsle and in?eres+ing. J. Moulis digs for magazine rnaferial on fl'1e lower slwelves. K. Bane and J. Murplriy loolr for suifable boolrs for Their English bool: repcrfs. Below: C. Picard explains his aufhenfic scale model of 'rlme Kon- Tilri ral? fo his fellow adveniurers. Sealed, cloclcwise: K. Carobus, J. Mullen, J. Drennan, C. Picard, and J, Fischer, sfanding: J. Franger, E. Donovan, D. McHugl1, T. Hawkins, and L. Miclr. "GQ Below: P. O'B'ien confrols fhe 'rape recorder as T. Eclmier, K. Murray, and D. Dresen record a reading in Fr. Van Rooy's freshman speech class. x'.' K I 1. ,1 gmafgemaiics Top leffz J. Law+on lworlring probleml uses flue malhemafical skill of a iunior 'ro show D. Rigali flue answer in Fr. McGowan's ad- vanced algebra class. Lower leffz A long way from advanced ma+h, freshmen I-N enfer Algebra I wiih bag and baggage. is requires! of Nh.,,q:u.M 1. X ff Above, riqhiz E. Murray, D. Sullivan, and D. Sfehlilr con- s1'ruc+ polyhedrons for Fr. Con- way's solid geome+ry class. all Falher Conway, malh feaclwer here for +wen+y-four years, clears up a +rigonome+ry mysfery for P. Chest nuf, E. Kelly, D. Janninclr, and F. Fihgerald. Riqbf: IU beams in loy in +l1eir algebra class. E4 ec anica rawing begins in rhe junior year and is considered a laborafory class. Righis Fr. Tucker supervises +he drawing mouse of O. Hughes lsealedl as llefr +o righll R. Okon, J. McCauley, and J. Mannion look on. 674624711 is required of all freshmen, even of fhose who will noi falre fhe scienlific course. Riqhf: R. Finnell llefll and l.. Johnson prove fha? fhey did fheir algebra home- work. Sea+ed along aisle: W. Lichodzie- iewslzi, P. Johnson, and' R. lmburg foreground: R. DuPIessis and W. Sfephen. eomefrcy musi be lalren by all sophomores. No siudenf is gradualed wifhouf credif in elemenfary algebra and plane geomerry. Right Fr. Madriclr has C. Kusmider llei+l and J. O'Connell ar lhe board +o do geomefry problems. """ xv o -9.5- d'5 5 lo 1 -wo-gp 5 1 u,n 3 T. Anderson C. Rasmussen W. McGreal J. DePin+o Mr. Janis G. Moffo A. Mirabelli J. Polli J. Mangan T. Mulvenna A. McLean J. Reagan Fr. Robinson enera science Prepares for P cysics Top picrure: Mr. Janis clemonslrales Hfra- flon lo science club. Midole piclure: Junior physics sludenls perform an experiment in lighl diffrac- lion. Rlqhlg M, Killeen, R. Krankoski, ano T. Adams Improve Their knowledge ol elec- fronics. Abo Fr McNIcholas expla ns fhe Inner worlungs of Oscar fhe rnannuknn fo J McDonald B Leone and S Flfzgerald Oscar as a gnff fo fhe bnology deparfmenf from fhe Mofhers Club and LlOlOgcy Fenwick ns proud of fhe facf fhaf every freshman IS requIred fo fake general scrence wnfh laborafory peruods fo provIde elemenfary knowledge of fhe fools of expenmenfahon The buddmg screnfnsfs conhnue wlfh bnology fhe second year wIfh physics fhe fhlrd year and wrlh chemlsfry fhe fourfh y ar Our freshman nofes recall fhe Scuence Club under Mr Jams wI+h I+S specual prolecfs and msplrmg scIenfIfIc fallcs made by dnsflnguushed guesf speakers Nofes on biology brIng baclx memorles and smells of worms crayfush frogs and formaldehyde We remember how fhaf amaz Ing Insfrumenf fhe mIcroscope revealed fo us a world prevIously unlrnown how we labored fo puf Info slcefch form fhe elusrve amoeba fo prove fo fhe dlscermng Fr McNIcholas fhaf we really saw more fhan fhe reflechon of our own eyes We were offen asfomshed and happy fo learn aboul fhe pro cesses whlch lceep us lIVlng and movIng Such knowledge broughf aboul' greafer appreclaflon of fhe necesslfy for proper eahng sleepmg exercvse and personal cleanlmess 87 Belo Sophomore sclenflsfs carry o Infensl e sfudy of fhe pr: afe lIfe of fhe rof fer ,M f I' x QW X I . wx' , ve: . ' l ' ' , Q ' g 1 , 1 I . . A W ' - I . wx ' ' n ' 'v 'v ' l . o f b I . . . . . 9 f ' . ' . 1 I I I ' ' I I I l A y - I I ' . 1 Asfronomy Club members con- sulf wifh Fr. Robinson, fheir moderafor, on the use of +he telescope. Sfargazersz J, Ward, Fr. Robinson, J. Dalfon. J. Courfney, C. Hillig. J. Polli, L. Allen, and J. McGrail. cyros WHA microp ones and felescoloes Fafher Robinson and Gene Osfap checl: a Aboye: Hams T, Affwoodl L, radio circuif in fhe fower ham shacll. Geyer, and R. Kranlroslri, chief operafor, af fheir high power +ransmiHer. Righlfi R. Dhooge and E. Osrap painf 'rhe anfenna beam afop fhe school building. To inferesf beginners in radio fhe Radio Club operafes Sfafion W9ANF. Twenfy-five members wifh fourfeen licensed operafors com- municafe wifh many sfafions around fhe world. Because Europe and Africa are confacfed more easily during fhe morning and affer-school hours, nearly all large sfafions fhere have been reached. Even Poland and Czechoslovakia, iron curfain counfries, have favored W9ANF wifh "ioyful life" propaganda. Mosf foreign senders are able fo communicafe in English. A display of foreign s+a+ion call cards is in fhe show case on fhe fhird floor of fhe school. Mosf of fhe licensed operafors who began wifh fhe Club now operafe, or are consfrucfing, fheir own sfafions. xx v M' ' 1 Q f . 1 U H f Y 2 S 5 yi 5 'Q' '45 :M 5 Au.. "' I 7 4 .A 2-f .A U,- 9,1 if W. lf, an A 53. 's If 1 5 2 Y X W-SIM ' LQ 2 - "M 1 z Aa rap' x 1 - Q if Y ,ME BRT? if 3 4' ' 1, fi cf A in . 5 N , I' smmffj V 'ei f r R xg ' was ii E iw. W . ' 'I ,xx .Q G4 Aa hr I, if 5. E Q 1 S . .I L Oufulf XXg ch Vlflbi? t'l'lll-fl fflu ' '. if 1 1 K ix lag X0 or-w 3' Senior Wick sfaffz sfanding: J. Hudgens, fealure ediiorg C. McErlean and P. McEnery, associaie edilorsq sealed: W. Willard, rewrife edifor: J. Bowers, edi+org F. Creadon, news ediiorg J. Twomey, copy ecli+or3 and J. Wilhelm, sporis edifor. 2VlWiC scgool VIGWSPCXPGV felis all abouf noieworihy affairs occurring during +he school year. Under +he direcrion of Mr. Knipp, moderaior, fhe senior s+a'Ff published +he firs+ semesfer issues: and fhe iunior s+a'F'F, 'rhe second semesler issues. Preserving school hisiory has been en+rus+ed fo fhe Wick sfiff. Through fheir hard work and perseverance, mosfly be- hind scenes, +he news is presenfed +o +he Fenwick slu- den+s and preserved by a micro-filming process, 'For pos+eri+y. In our nofes we iof a word of appreciaiion and grafi- fucle for +heir help in mainfaining fhe Fenwick spirif and encouraging a grealer in+eres+ in school ac+ivi+ies. Leif: slanding: J. Righeimer, reporierg sealed Yclockwise: J. Duffy, sporis re- porierg Ybigiglqrcolumnisfg M. Ambrose, reporferq D. Kucera, lypislg and R. Spy- chalski, reporfer. I Q, ,. 5 'Q X fjze ic Bul we have nofes lo prove +ha+ all is nol work. Besides The laborafory work in Mr. Knipp's journalism course and 'rhe swea+ing hours before headlines, many friendly sessions are held, many a coke bo++le Hpped, many an Oh Henry consumed. The year is lopped wilh a Wick banquef each spring +o celebra+e 'rhe complefion of a hard year of service lo lhe school. Abovei Junior stag: T. Vilha. edi- lcrg T.RiDooley, copy edilor: R. Dvorak, associale ediforg and B. Williams, reporler. Righlz clockwise: N, Skowbo, columnist J. Ring, carfoonislg G. Mahoney and T. Cashman, colum- nislsg Mr. Knipp, moderalorg and H. Tymick and R. Schayer, colum- nisls. Below: Junior slaff members: s+aiRiWG. km icalu mnislq and J. McQuaid, reporierg sealed: R. Carroll, columnislg L. Allen, news ediforg and G. Vondruska and R. Dhooge, reporlers. ,, fl ' . , . Q. Q' -, 1 J .xx Falher Van Rooy moderafor gnves W Havllk and D Jannunck co ednlors lhe beneful of has prlnhng experience In making page layouls l Blackfrlars Below lefl Mr Kernan and hrs leading cagers are lrapped by Black ruars official pholographer Mr Slaler l page ll9 Cenler E Hurfer ns pholographed 'or sludenl secluon cl page 57 1 l D annlnck lghl 1 s u lr shman I6 for a rlars In r a phoros W Kouba R Pallke R Tomaskewucz J Karmazln L Downey and M Pellersen 4,l3lacLll.riars Publishing lhe yearbook requires care and service from Seplember +o June The sacrufuce and work demanded of lhe sl' fl IS evldenl from 'lhe facl lhal some one of lhem mus+ be presenl al every single achvvly of every deparlmenl' all lhrough 'lhe year No band plays for lhem no sfudenls galher +o walch and cheer The careful work such as as required by professnonal prmlers goes on In 'lhe dungeon nexl 'ro room 5 Hundreds and hundreds of plclures had fo be worked over unhl lhey were pracllcally memorvzed Th yearbook conlams more fhan +wlce as many pages as appear un all Issues of the school paper ll us lhe official hlslory of lhe school and conlalns fhe puclure and ldenhfucallon of every s+uden+ un lhe school along wr+h a menhon of every s gmlucanl accompllshmenl The moderalors and lhe slaff wlsh 'ro express lhelr appreclallon 'lo 'rhe admin: slrarors 'reachers modera+ors and slu denls who so generously accepled unfer ference even wllh 'rhelr classwork lo en able lhe pholographers +o do lhenr work 318725 LVOM VlOf'2S CIM PlCflfll'65 O lo gafher ln one complele book of moles lh nccesses disappoin+men+s pleasurable momenls and exp riences of school life Here are recollechons of +eachers per sonal friends places which s+1r up 'Fond memoru s people who help d shape your life wwcn nl was dev lop ing wlfh 'lhe greafesl' speed and lnfenslly The sfaff is mdeb+ed 'ro lhe mode a'ro s Fr Van Rooy and Mr Polk for fheir helpful advice and dlrec hon The edvfors wish 'lo make special no+e of fhe fai+h ful work of A Sanloro chief +ypls+ J Duffy who +ographer +he lumor unders+udy B Knudsen and f course all of fhe regular s+aff members Since no+hmg smacks more of school life fhan does a nofebook +he lheme of Blackfrlars +hls year pre sen+s a nolebook like repor+ a concen+ra+ed and illu s+ra+ed chronicle of school days Some nofable innovahons for l956 are +he index +o faclln+a+e +he spofhng of names and pic+ures 'rhe plac mg of all adul+ school relahonships near +he 1'ron+ of fh book Clubs associa+ed w+h classwork have been placed Wlll'1 +he sludy sechon concerned Scholasllc Press Assoclahon whose emblem appears below , ll 1' Mr Polk moderalor holds a progress consulfafuon lh s anding d s sealed J Righermer A Ryan J Duffy A Sanoo and R Schayer Car+oonus+J Ring R Han sen P McEnery J Twomey and pholographers R Houlllon and D Smilanuch pose wi+h 'lhe fools of fhelr frade 1 o o f 5 - - M A - l in . in . - I e ' ! ' o Y , , I , . .' .' U . l I. ' e . ' Y wrofe all +he sporls arficlesg D. Smilanich, chief pho- We are proud of our membership in lhe Nalional I . . ' . Y z I O . . . I st Slx aff!- 3 l ' X, X Igzlx 2, 5 4SS5l'x i V 'I wi l l ' l B. K n u e n, l l . ' ' V, - I - 2 nf' Q, 5, 9 s Qu x X K b 'UAR , .2 Qfgl' 'wr '51 if VN NWA X' "X"m GH V5 qw XV . va k Q Q 5 Q , L X . J Q .5 l. q'g"f. A "Ufqx: '14 1 43 2 u ' ff J ' 1 . ' 1' 1 , ' ' i 'x ' ' X ' x Y W Q x52 'N I -.ghg WQ iw 'S vw A N 1 i F 1 a: ' :X ,N H- ',-A t J :V " 5 1 X "7 . Q- 6 V I 6 ' Q' ' N k 5 Q' 5 X X, r Ko, '1 . fm 'AH ' x H1511 ,v calf X5.Y'N' ' 5 I a 3 , fix -Ox W xfg fix . ' '- . " - "0 f I 'f ' :vu- 1 wi ' ' " V5-L' . ' 'E cs -is L ' "4" " f' - - 1 T..r- -5. z 1 5. ,' 4 1 n ' J: -gn, Q - - I 1 1 i N l 4-0 ..k N, , . . '. x?,1z:f5,,g, j f ,X ' ' ,jr W Q 'Il X r . f "Y X f 'X Q - aww ' ' JF 5 , A X ,. I M1 53 ,al ,. JJ, 4 7 f ' 5' A , 1 'LA 4 ., ' - I , ' ix .. ' - V ,f lk V dx 4 jx I .. A 'VI K J , , 'Q , X A , v ,sz '23, ,. . V ,A 2 mv" ,M , f '-af' .: f fmf! Kid 'WW' ' N f ' x' A f J X J , Q f. . X ! - X 1 ' A X f Y f' ' , MPX. x v XXV 'i f.,," A ax. uscy clegafers meef feams Deba+ers are caugh+ a+ a prac+ice session: D. Keefe, B. Cullinan, G. Blair, R. Maier, T. Riplinger, N. Wegenyn, C. Rieclz, and J. Schmid. To give +he s+uden+s some idea of +he rugged schedule Fa+her Conway and his junior and senior deba+ers main+ain, we have no+ed +he school-paper repor+s of +he following: Deba+ing +ournamen+s jI2O deba+es for +he yearl: seniors and juniors a+ De La Salle, Oc+. 22, seniors and juniors a+ S+. George, Nov. I2p seniors a+ S+. Pa+riclz's and juniors a+ S+. Gregory's, Dec. 3: seniors a+ S+. Scholas+ica's, Jan. 73 seniors a+ S+. Mel, Feb. 4 jwon +irs+ placejg juniors a+ Providence, Feb. 4 jwon +irs+ placejg juniors a+ S+. lgna+ius, Feb. I I jGoed- er+ vo+ed bes+ boy spealcerjg seniors a+ Loyola, Feb. l8g seniors a+ Mundelein College, Feb. 255 juniors a+ Loyola, Mar. IO, seniors a+ Aquinas Dominican, Mar. 24 jchicago Ca+holic Forensic Tourneyj. Througl1ou+ +he year +he juniors par+icipa+ed in a +hree-way +ourney wi+h Providence and S+. Mel's j20 deba+es in alll, +wo speech +es+ivals: S+. Scholas- +ica's, Mar. l7g and +he Frosh-Soph. +es+ival +here April l4g +wo s+uden+ con- gresses: a+ Alvernia Dec. 8 and Feb. 22. lfll'1iOV SPCG GFS QV! acfive year W. Sweeney, R. Bellock, P. Goederl, J. Zmigrocki, and R. Carl+on help James Lisrak lseafedl prepare his case. Special speakers represen+ed Fenwick in oraforical con+es'rs. ln +he "l Speak for Democracy" oraforical coniesf sponsored by fhe Oak Park Junior Chamber of Commerce Norber+ Wegerzyn won firsf place: Rudy Maier, second place. George Blair represenfed Fenwick in Alvernia's S+. Francis of Assisi Symposium: David Keefe in +he S+. Thomas Aquinas Symposium and +he Hearsf Ora+orical Confesf. Fenwick par+icipa+ed, +oo, in fhe De La Salle spring symposium. Fafher Conway has been in charge of +he Debaiing Union since if incep- +ion here a+ Fenwick. He was The faculfy sponsor 'For dramafics in '33, for 'lhe Speech Forum in '33-'34, and sfarfed fhe debafing club in '35, Debafers do more ihan debafe. D. Keefe lcenferl looks for someone of in+eres+ 1,49 Paren+s pa+ien+ly line up 'fo see Fr. Espeso aboui lheir sons' work in La+in class. arenfs visif ieac ers Parenls' Nigh+ is a Fenwick +radi+ion +ha+ follows close upon fhe heels of +he firs+ reporf cards of fhe year. On iwo Ocfober evenings +he enfire facul+y and adminis+ra+ion were on hand io provide a glimpse of 'fhe life, people, and daily occurrences +ha'r so grea+ly influence us. Members of fhe Moihers' Club were here +o welcome visifors, and newly-chosen Honor Sociefy men ac+ed as ushers. Solemn s+uden+s infroduced fheir parenfs fo 'lheir feachers and +hen sfood by +o hear fheir school lives and home sfudy habils discussed 'For 'lhe benefif of everyone involved. Even a few minu+es of fhis kind of exchange can be ex+remely valuable, somefimes ex- posing in+eres+s, ambiiions, or problems 'lhaf would ofherwise remain hidden. Besides, Johnny offen lakes Fr. Conway lels Mr. F. T. Fihgerald and son Frank know fhe seriousness of advanced maih. Mrs. Charles Cerny and Mr. For+ini delve info J. Cerny's hisiory in hisfory. and scAool as much pride in showing his place of daily labor as Dad does in exhibiiing fhe producfs of his work. Parenfs'-nighfers of ofher years nofed ou+s+anding changes on +heir refurn visi'r +his year. New Principal Fr. O'Connell, had an opporfunify +o mee+ many par- en+s. Fr. Jacobs and Fr. Reardon, direc+ors of sfudy and discipline, had much 'ro hear and much fo fell. The big change in appearance which aHrac+ed much a++en+ion was fhe library addiiion and lransformafion. Wai+ing lines were somelimes long, conversa+ions ex- +ended, discussions vigorous, and pries+s, feachers, and parenis fired a+ 'Phe end of +he evening, bu'I' many pro- fifable undersfandings resul+ed. As always, Parenfs' Nighf provided a be++er basis for fhe school year 'I'ha'r lay ahead. l R Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Cochrane discuss wifh Mr. Janis 'fhe possi- Fr. Simones and Mr. J. H. O'Connor make serious plans for B. biliries of developing fheir son Richard info anofher research O'Connor's furfher pursuil of Larin. chemisf. A A of ' fo c ec on sin en fs Progress u In all fairness +o hardworking s+uden+s, here are some of ihe laborious momenls which +eachers and parenfs overlook when discussing scholaslic progress. Leif piclurez B. Fillichio, N. Corlino, and K. Tarzon make a quick review before firsf classg middle: J. Dalfon burns fhe midnighf oil: 'lar righf: S. Olechowski and J. Zwers search des- perarely for X. 4- 'I ,, V Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bachl enioy Mr. Spa+afora's safisfadory reporf J. Calmeyn and his morher, Mrs. Francis P. Calmeyn, meef rhe on Their son, Fred. new principal, Fr. O'Connell, O.P. BlQCLll.l'iGY5 ramafics guilcl This year's school play, Thornfon Wilder's Pulilzer Prize-winning Our Town, an experimenlal piece slaged wi+hou+ scenery, was pul on in +he Siena Audilorium May II, IZ, and I3 wi+h a ma'l'inee performance for religious on Ascension Thursday. Our Town is a powerful drama dealing wifh fhe fun- clamenlal +opics of life, love, and deaih. Michael Seri- 'rella look 'lhe par+ of The slage manager, 'rhe parl fhal holds 'logefher 'lhe con+inui+y of 'lhe play. The romanlic hero was Norberl Wegerzyng lhe heroine was Rila Scuderi of Trinily. Also from Trinify were Jane Lampe as Mrs. Webb and Elizabelh Kelly as Rebecca Gibbs. Mr. Webb, edilor of 'rhe Grover's Corners newspaper, was Dan Foley. Charles Rieclc was casl' as Dr. Gibbs. Filling ou+ fhe Webb family was Joseph Regan as Wally. Carol Linslcey of Siena played Mrs. Gibbs, and Sue Lawrence came in from l.C. of Elmhursi 'lo 'lake +he par+ of Mrs. Soames. Ex-newsboy, Craig Braun, played a newsboy, and William Douce++e was a convincing millcman. Rocco Romano was cas? as fhe underlalcer, and lhe remaining roles were lalxen by Michael Barnes, Pefer Schol+es, Charles Jaclcson, and John Wilhelm. E Carol Linslrey, P. Scholles, Rila Scuderi M. Serrilella. Bollom, left slandingz Jane Lampe: sealed Rila Scuderi, D. Foley, J. Reagan. Righlz N W egenyn and Mary Elizabelh Kelly. Q . x ' x K ' v. A 6 9 Presen is Q ! IIJQY S MY OWU Top, lefl: siandingz W, Doucelfe, C. Braun, C, Rieckg sealed: R Romano and J. Wilhelm. Riqhiz R. Allison and Sue Lawrence. Boifomz rear: leff fo righl: Carol Linskey, R. Romano, Jane Lampe: second row: P. Scholiesg M. Serri- fellag Direcior, Mr. John B. Spala- foraq Moderafor, Fr. J, Whalen: Sue Lawrenceg W. Doucefleg row: N. Wegenyn, R. Allison, Ky Elizabeih Kelly, Rila Scud- eri, D. Foley, and J. Reagan: foreground: J. Wilhelm and C. Braun. Credil mus+ be given lo fhe men behind ihe scenes. The sfage crew working wirh Mr. Aldous Darre, fechni- cal direc'I'or, was composed of Leonard Muller, Philip Wiclclander, and Henry Tymiclrg +he properlies were acquired by James Egan and Roberi Schayerg rhe diffi- culi lighfing sei'-up was handled by William Havlilc and Donald Janninclc. The ficlcels, pos'I'ers, and program were also designed and prin+ed by Havlilc and Janninclr. Sound effecfs were confrolled by John Duffy and Ed Gawne: prompfer was Paul Murphy. The publicify manager was Jack Righeimer. Our Town is a hear'r-warming drama which scrupu- lously avoids looking fo eilher farce or suspense for supporl' of i+s message. The success of 'lhe Fenwick producrion is anofher indica+ion of fhe abiliiies of our direc+or, Mr. John B. Spa+afora. ' , p.- Jcnql-' f aka ?'i"" . r fiiciglmr fopi Mrs. Louise Flieder prepares hamburgers. leeff +op: M. Caliendo, J. Holloway, J. Llwoilra, and Fr. Regan al cleanup lime. Egg crenia D. Ryan waiclwes W. Dalion and J. Kelly operafing mall machine in Dairyland Bar. Leff second: af relish counfer: J. Spanier, D. Sullivan, Righf boHom: A+ counler, rear lo fronlz T. Van Pe++en, A. Kvisrad, J. Lhoflca, and J. Coluccig awaifing +l1eir furnz L. Barry, E. Sullivan, J. Goeb, J. Farrell, and J. Monaco. H. Di Giacirlfo, D. Sullivan, and D. Smilanich, serving? Mrs. Ann Hermanell, Mrs. Ann Nogaiewslii, and Mrs. Kay Halverson. ew ca eferia service P eases riars I Le l. R. Tobin, R. Er , . van, T. Campbell, and J. Kris concenirafe on food. Below,YfopV:V Mr, Robf. Afwood, caleferia manager: Mrs. Ann Nogaiewslrig and Mrs. Louise Flieder. Belox1,Yseeor1fli A. Caravelle and J. Kelly serve rnal+eds. Belovorflmiri Fafber Morgenrlnaler, A. Hanley R. HarrIng+on wYw,jof+om: T. Collins ga+l'1ers up flue fragrnenfs. and D. Rigali. A K X 6 kv f x .3 I X E w A Z ' n ,U - Above, lop: J. Kelly, R. Wolff, R. Calabrese, and R. Wielgos. Awe, second: A. Forbriclw, P. Collins, W. Breff, J. Duffy, R Spychalslxi, W, Lecl1.J. Urquhart and W, Lodge. Above, llwird: G. Poliquin, C. Picard, D. Dresen and L. Mc Nagvwexamine lhe "lug" lisr. Above, boflorn: J. Galen, P. Collins, T. Scbauer, J. Ring. and P. Culhane add Mflwe works" io their hamburgers, Righ+: E. Hurfer, C. Kusmider, E. Wiener, and W. While are among weary Friars wending iheir way home. Cenler: B. Beckeri and W. Keenan and friends dance af "Chicago a+ Nigh+" confraf. Far riqhf: Sfudenfs visif chapel during dance inierrnission, Leff +o riqhlz A. Savino, J. Fergu' son, J. Senlman, and J. Campbell. Righfz Alumnus P. Scollard, '55, now al Mar- queHe, visifs wi+h Fr. Dooley. Riqhr of Cenferj R. Spafafora and A. Ryan es- corf dance parfners along firsf floor promenade. Far riqh+: Happy frosh enioy fheir favori+e per- iod. Clockwise: R. Calabrese, L. Downey, J. Napoli, G. Poliquin, T. Anderson, P. Calabrese, R. Orlando, and T. Danek. Right P. O'Brien and A, Genfile lead iheir parrners fhrough a dreamy +une. lsr Cen+er: P. Wicklander, selling baske+ball lickels, is aided by serious helpers J. Hansen and J. Devereux. Znd Cenier: J. Schrafz, M. Canning, W. Skrypek, J. Goeb, M. Francis, J. Marchok, and R. Cas- fellini ascend fhe heighls of knowledge. Far right Among many heading for fhe wesf exif a+ 2:45 are S. May, J. Sullivan, K. Murray, C. Rasmussen, and J. Lange. Right: Enioying a special affer-school ac+ivi+y are D. Gancarclyk, A. Gen+ile, B. O'Hara, P. Fogerry, V. lppoli+o, T. Clark, H. Behrman, and F. Harrison. Far righiz The Dairy Bar aflracfs us all. Leif +0 right J. Spanier, E. Sullivan, R. Tarpey, T. AH- wood, J. Pasqualine, P. Blake, and R. Bobka. Righf: A few Friars who saw fhe birdie fhis cold day were R. Richied, D. Vincenli, R. Breneisen, T. Manzo, T. Mulvenna, and J. Schlanzer. Cenferz Brand new freshmen, bag and baggage, lisfen lo a leciure on lirsf day oi school. Far righrz J. Cevcik lleff cenierl and inviled friends a+ Round-up parfy. l W3 'ga x A , HL y l .LEW .lb .EB 1 IN, ,fe b CEQA 55.54 Q-f F. 4191? is fN f' ,,' H 9222 an in I If wi L J 5 XXIII Porfs ., X Xvg: f I X 1 1 I Q 7? if sA'lIfs ,-Aon' fnr. !'l'I'lvf 4 C n'n'rrAu.1 A? flfff frnur fo vllvfory. A K Y f U' X CY' Jn., 'ry' ! 4.11 if- fs.. Top leff: Mr. Lawless sels lhe phonograph loudspealrers for belween The halves music in lhe gym. Top riqhl: Coach Lawless and Coach O'Brien observe lhe alumni feam al pragceigelow leflz Mr. Duchon feaches his linemen D. Cim- ino, R. Donahue, J. Koridellihe funoamenlals. oacAes o manly fAings besides coaching 'lhe regular inlerscholaslic leams. The inlramural program is +he bes+ and mos+ exfensive in fhe whole Slale. Sluclenls allend gym or swim- ming classes every day. ln addilion 'ro regular dulies, fhe coaches check in and dislribule lowels, make absenlee lisfs, help wi+h 'rhe loudspealcing sysfem, man- age +he alumni game, supervise mainlenance and repair in lheir deparlmenl, and have been known fo swing a painl brush. We wanl 'lo include in our noles a word of apprecialion for lheir cooperalion in all assembly affairs. Below lefl: Mr. Kernan carefully checks requesls for gym class absences. Below rkgrhlz The coaches check in fhe lowels af fhe opening of school. aim Fl --- fb 'Y' 'dw 'B-?3e.ff, Zi ,W Top lefiz Mr. W. Duchon, Mr. A, Lawless, Fr. O'Connell, O.P., and Dr. J. Allegrefri. Seng: Mr, John Rigney. mc Very Rev. Edward L. Hughes, Mr. Warren Brown, and Mr. Ray Elliof. Righf: sfanding: Mr. J. O'Keefe: sealed: Mr. Warren Sfevens, Mr. E. Norris, and Mr. L. Flynn. 4741441 iAecy fefe fAe fooidallers The Friars, Ca+holic L e a g u e Cen+ral Seciion champions, were feied by a capaciiy crowd a+ fhe i'wen+y-sevenfh annual fo o 'r b a I I banquef in 'rhe "Boulevard Room" four cafeferial on +he evening of December I0. Mr. Warren Brown ac+ed as foasfmasfer. Oiher visi+ing digni- faries were The Very Reverend E. L. Hughes, O.P., Dominican Provincial: Mr. Ray Ellio+, Univer- si+y of Illinois coach, Mr. Pa+ Naugh+on, Kansas S+a+e line coach, and Mr. John Rigney, vice-presi- denf of ihe Chicago Whife Sox. Af+er +he banque+ Don Rigali was named new foofball cap+ain, and Mike Fillichio was nomin-fred The cafeferia is ser up for Phe 1956 Fmball ssnquer. mosi' valuable lineman. Fafher Crowe and Mr. Lawless presen+ed awards. Boffom, lefrz B. Leone, C. Mollsen, W, Blackwell, J. McDonald, and J. Ryan. Boffomz second pichiegff side: J. Tanon, A. LaVallie, L. Muller. righr side, fron? +o 2.2 J. Alle- greHi, P. Wicklander, J. Pecoraro, B. Moran, and R. Donahue. B Third: fron+ lo rear: R. Kubaclri, R. Juclmiess, and L. Muller. Borfom, righfz Mr. Larry Ryan, '37, and son, Par Ryan, '59. '52 wp , , fc" 2.9 H t Q' "' Acjm L 4 Ji ' b , : , f' - Q , 'l ' f fl ., sn 1- Q 1 E X 'E'- fi 3 'fi 5 2 W- ' tif , l A -in Fronf row: J. Ryan, A. LaVaIlie, and P. Fanlefli. R. Shoclcey, D. Rigali, G. Tarlon, T, Rounfree, and W. Hunyady. Becond row: F. Bokuniewicz, R. Burns, W. Blackwell, Capt M. Top row: Mgr. T. Manzo, J. Weinsfein, P. Walsh, N. Rogowslni, Fillichio, G. Tos+o, and J. Koridelr. Third row: Coach Jaclr Lewis, Line 19'- ' 0 ' A 1 '2 Q ' v 8 r S., Coach Bill Duchon, L. Muller, W? an "4 J. Nelflefon, J. Duzansky, and J. Ferguson. 1 0 ,ca ,S 1 Q xl '. ". ?: L33 J - ' Q n 1 39 H0 Uv I .45 'Y . Leii: Fenwiclfs "Pony" : A. LaVallie, quar- +erbacl1: J. Hoyne, full- back: D. Griffilh, lei? halfg L. Muller, righi half. Leif: Bill Duchon s chargers: D. Riqali, righl end' N. Marafea, righi 1aclr'e' Capt M. Filichio rfghl guard' J. Barr cenfer' B. Moran, lei? guard' J. Dev- ereux, lei? laclrle' and M. McGovern, lei? end. 44 f vw Vi u 31 . H+ r :mf -ii flu i' Fronf row: J. Pecoraro, J. MacDonald, C. Mollsen, and J. Gor- Boie, N. Van Dyck, Head Coach Tony Lawless, and Trainer Da Elric- O'Brien. Second row: D. Griffifh, J. Devereux, P. Wicklander, N. Marafea Top row: R. Donahue, J. Barr, D. Cimino, B. Leone, P. O'Brien M. McGovern, and J. Hoyne. and R. Troendly. Third row: T. Drennan, L. Sullivan, J. Allegreffi, A. Como. J. CAamPions of fAe Cenfral Secfion Fenwick Sf. George Fenwick Fenwick Fenwick Fenwick Fenwick Weber Muller Griffifh Hoyne Fillichio Como Mc Govern Shockey La Vallie Devereux Tofal Leo Fenwick S+. Philip Sf. Pafrick Mendel Sf. lgnafius S+. Mel Fenwick . P.A.T. SAFETY 0 0 I 0 O 0 I0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 O 0 l I6 I of fhe Chicago Cafholic League, fhe Fenwick Friars, gave fhe fans fhrills week affer week. Our hafs are off fo fhem for fhe monfhs of hard work required fo gef in frim for such a season. Hundreds and hundreds of hours of sweafing and freezing pracfice, delayed dinners, bruises and aches from fip fo foe, dull and exhausfing calesfhenics, con- fining fraining rules-all fhese mean sacrifice for fhe sake of developing feam work, capacify for enduring, sfrengfh on offense. And we are proud of our foofball sfaff: Fr. Crowe, afhlefic direcfor, for his devofion fo fhe foofballersg Mr. Lawless, head coach for his zeal and pafernal in- feresf in his boys: fo fhe assisfanfs, Mr. Duchon, Mr. Lewis, and Mr. O'Brien for fheir fireless efforf fo make fhe players and fhe sfudenf body proud of fheir feam. riars score fo o onenfs' Griffiih, 33, ge+s 'Free in flue S+. George-Few wick game af Soldier Field. J. Hoyne, 8: P. Walsh, I3g N. Marafea, 395 L. Muller, I4: and A. La Vallle, siymled. ng, Dan Griffifh meeis one fhaf go+ away in +lne Mendel-Fenwick game. Q 38, A. Comog wi+h ball, Dan Grlffiflng M. Fillichio, 301 Brian Mor- an, 343 and J. Dever eux, 45, Allnleles have m a n y siiclry memories ol lap- inq in Yhis iralning room under flue minisfralions of Dan O'Brien, frainer. 4 -ry a ,I 'xii ' 'Qgwf""f " rr x.,-an ' r Q--0: -J ,L 4 in vm 4 - Pw- gv Z" ' 7 -ax, ' 'fi 5 n kv. ?3:?7'i' L7x 1 ,, V' 3' L in , . ' Bgffi' Q A V 9 ' X' ' I rr R ' t' sm A is ,Q Q QJQ, , 1.1.......... u LJ "lx 'LV if' X ps ., f, erik 'J I r I' , 4 , Ax 'E Zz 43221- a.,,, , 2,1 J: as .Q www? if V '24, Q' e Q24 , ,Hy 5,4 ' 1 -'H' . i., tj' lm! ' lil? J C' 4 Q 1? W ,, 4- 'aflgfneqv M3 Yr? N lg U " XM Ax' M 3 Awww Vx 'K xc Lx D. Cimino, J. Barr, J. Hoyne, P. Walsh, Tackle Cenler Quarferback and Fullback Guard riars sfill in fifle race LEO Prac+ice opener Sepf. II . . . Hansen . . . 3,000 fans . . . Friars kicked off . . held Leo . . . look over on Friar 47 . . . 'lhird play Lou Muller ran 3I yds. +o Il . . . Hoyne and Griffilh +o 5 . . . Muller scored around end . . . Grif'fifh's kick good . . . La+e Isl' quarler Muller infercepls Leo pass . . . back I2 'Io Lion 25 . . . Muller's firsl' game . . . 2nd play 2nd quarler, Muller 20 yds. for 2nd louchdown . . . Kick blocked . . . Leo 80 yds +o score . . . Marafea blocked kick . . . Half: Fenwick I3, Leo 6 . . . Early 3rd quarler McGovern recovered Lion fumble on Friar 43 . . . Griffiih 35 yds. for score . . . Kick wide . . . 41h quarler Griffilh led 42-yd. march . . . Griffifh passed I5 yds. lo Muller . . . Lou's 3rd score . . . Final: 25-6 Fenwick's favor. ST. GEORGE Sepl. I8 . . . Soldier Field . . . 6,000 fans . . . I7 George games: Friars 8 wins, 5 losses, 3 +ies before 'rhis game . . . Lale Isf period Dragon fullback Comp- all snaked 45 yds. fo score . . . Pass for exlra poinl' bailed down . . . 2nd quarfer George's Wallquisl' finished 69-yd. drive wiih and I8-yd. righ+ ender +o score . . . Kick wide . . . Friars 'look conlrol in 3rd quarfer, Griffilh and Fillichio excelling . . . Griffi+h re- furned punf +o Dragon 43 . . . Como and Griffilh gof Isl down on 28 . . . Griffilh fo I4, Como lo 8, Griffifh 'lo I-fl. line . . . Griffilh over . . . play called back . . . penalfy . . . and anolher . . . 3rd down Griffilh apparenlly over, buf refs rule his knee +ouched on 2-H. line . . . 4'lh down Friars failed by inches . . . Neilher Team 'lhrealened seriously +o end of game . . . Friars sfill in 'rifle race. ST. PHILIP Rockne Sladium . . . 2,500 fans . . . Isl quarler . . Muller dashed Ias+ II of 84-yd. drive +o T.D .... Fillichio kick good . . . Gaels halied ai' Friar 25 . . . Jusl before half-'lime Griffilh wenl 74 yds. helped by FiIIichio's block . . . FiIIichio's kick made if I4-0. Moran recovered fumble on Gael 28 . . . sei up lhird T.D. scored on 25-yd. pass, Grilifilh fo McGovern . . . Lale in game Gaels 'Filled air wi+h passes . . . gel' fo our 2I . . . Lighlning slrikes: Muller in'I'ercep+s Kennedy's pass al' I-'Ft line . . . avoids lrap . . . runs 99 yds. +o score . . . Final: Fenwick 28, S+. Philip 0. ST. PATRICK Oct 2 . . . Rockne . . . Griffilh over lrhree minufes info quarferl from I-yd. line afler a 79-yd. march . . . Fillichio converled . . . La'I'e Isl' quarler Moran re- covered Paf. fumble on our 44 . . . Griffifh led way I.. Muller, J. Allegrelfi, M. Filliehio, A. LaVaIIie, Half Half Guard Quarlerback l f . D. Grifiifh, P. Wicklander, N. Marafea. A. Como, Half Half Tackle Fullback arsiicy 6lanLeal only fo 2, fhen scored . . . Fillichio made if I4 . . . Early 2nd quarfer Friars wenf 50 yds. in five plays for fhird score, affer MulIer's lasf 7 . . . Fillichio converfed . . . 3rd period: Friars rolled midfield fo 4 . . . Muller scored . . . Lasf quarfer: 375 yds. againsf Shamrocks . . . One 67-yd. drive finished by Como's five-yd. grind . . . LaVallie made exfra poinf . . . Lafe in game Pecoraro fell on Pal' fumble af Gael 2I . . . Final score made by Shockey from I I . . . Friars 40, Sf. Pafrick 0. MENDEL Friars so far 'len quarfers wifhouf being scored upon . . . No score lsf period . . . Early 2nd period Griffifh passed 23 fo Muller . . . Griffifh made 9, Il, and 3 yds. fo score . . . Fillichio added poinf . . . Early in 3rd Fillichio grabs Monarch fumble af 35 . . . 3 plays and Muller clashed 23 inside leff end fo score . . . Kick wide . . . Fillichio recovered Monarch fumble af Friar 40 . . . Griffifh ripped off T. D .... MendeI's beaufiful 69-yd. pass, Zoll fo Brohan, gave Monarchs 6 pfs .... Griffifh 48 fo Mendel 32 and Muller 32 around end. T. D .... Fillichio's conversion made final score 26-6, Fenwick. ST. IGNATIUS Homecoming . . . Rockne . . . 2,500 fans . . . Two J. Devereux, M. McGovern Tackle End OMC? minufes info game LaVallie punfed fo Wolves' 8 . . . To I-yd. by Wolves' penalfy . . . Marafea, sfopped by Rafferfy, laferaled wildly fo Hoyne, who made Friar score . . . Wolves fhreafen fwice: once fo our 7, once fo 9 . . . Friars held . . . LaVallie made 80-yd. punf ran 20 yds. and roll . . . Griffifh infercepfed pass, fo lgnafius I5 . . . On 4fh down inferference penalfy gave Friars Isl' down on Ignafius 2 . . . Griffifh fhrough . . . Fillichio converfed . . . 2nd half biffer, scoreless . . . Bill Duchon's charges furn back repeafed fhrusfs . . . Fenwick I3, lgnafius 0 . . . Fenwick assured playoff berfh . . . Vicfory over Sf. Mel would give Cenfral Secfion championship fo Friars. ST. MEL Ocf. 30 . . . driving rain . . . Sf. Philip Sfadium . . . Sf. Mel received . . . forced fo kick . . . Muller gefs ball af Friar 35 . . . Zoom! 65 yds. for T. D .... Sf. Mel wifh 7I-yd. pass Guzaldo fo Black fied score . . . Unable fo move, Friars punfed fo Mel 6 . . . Mel's fumbled on I3 and Marafea recovered . . . 4fh down LaVallie fhrew 9 yds. fo Hoyne and a T. D .... LaVallie con- verfed . . . Jusf before half-'rime Friars fo 9 . . . LaVallie passed fo Hoyne for T. D .... LaVallie made poinf . . . Early 3rd period LaVallie punfed fo wifhin inches of Mel goal . . . Mel's Halicki fried fo run . . . J. Koridek, J. Tarzan, Cenfer End lli riars en as seciional cAamPions Devereux buried him for a safely . . . Friars' 4+h T. D. came on 28-yd. pass, Griffilh fo Muller . . . LaVaIIie made poinl' . . . LaVaIIie infercepled pass a+ midfield, carried fo 7 . . . Griffilh scores from lhere . . . Friars 35, S+. Mel 6 . . . Friars 5+h win in row . . . Cenlral Seclion champs . . . Nexl +he playoffs. WEBER Playoff wi+h Weber . . . Hanson sfadium . . . 5,000 fans . . . Friars pin down Red Horde, +hen Ie+ fhem gel away . . . 3rd play Rigali bailed down a Ia+eraI, re- covered i+ on Weber I5 . . . End zone pass failed . . . Horde fook over on 'rheir IO . . . punled +o Horde 45 . . . Then Friars drove 'ro 6 and slopped . . . Twice in- side 'Ihe I . . . Weber slarfed +o move . . . Drove +o T. D .... Kick wide . . . Fillichio inlercepled al 25, bu? Helminiak relurned 'Ihe favor . . . wenl 44 yds. +o score . . . Weber I2, Fenwick O . . . 4+h period . . . Weber recovered Friar fumble on Weber's 35 . . . 65-yd. drive, and Helminiak scored 'from l'he 4 . . . Marafea blocked exlra poin+ . . . 4l'h period: Hoyne caughl' 4 passes from Griffilh and LaVaIIie, fhe Iasl a 7-yd. T. D. 'loss . . . LaValIe made il' 7 poin+s . . . Weber I8, Fenwick 7. q7'osA llioofgallers are small fiery Fronl Row: T. Borek, J. Drennan, J. Sfrobel, G. Foss, J. Clohecy, J. Murphy, R. Dowd, E. Gorman, P. Ryan, J. Canzolino, K. Murray, E. Collins, J. Coleman. Second Row: seafedz D. Herlehy, R. Woods, D. Burke, E. Kulinski, J. Coyne, D. Paulelfi, F. Eick, L. De Nardo, M. O'Donnell, J. O'NeilI, J. Sprufh, G. Cooney. Third Row: slandingz D. Cronin, D. Cardinal, J. LaCalami+a, Rev. F. R. Crowe, alh. dir., J. Kenny, R. Sanfucci, W. Marrs, P. Han- rahan, R. Curry, W, O'Connor, P. O'Brien, J. Vlasafy, J. Hal- Ioran, B. O'Hara, T. Edmier, E. Pillar, W. Hughes, Jack Lewis and Dan O'Brien, coaches. Back Row: G. Sorwell, J. Mullen, T. Hughes, W. Moran, D. Kay, R. G-orski, L. Laccabue, L. Anlos, J. Turner, J. Deufsch, K. Wil. helm. Upperclassmen and lhe 'foofball menfors may nol agree wilh frosh commenfs, bul lhe beginners herewilh make fheir own noles on lhe frosh foolball season. Our leam was considered fhe smallesl in +he hisfory of +he school, bul nol' +he wors+ nor fhe besl. The schedule and scores and fhis page speak for fhemselves. We know +ha+ one summer makes a big difference, bul if we could pick our favoriles now, we would say D. Paulelli is a budding fullback, Earl Gorman, quar+erbackg J. Spru'I'h and P. Ryan, guards, Ken Murray, halfbackg and, of course, Ed Collins, F. Eick, W. O'Connor, and ofhers who played regularly are up +here. The mosl memorable nole was in +he Weber game: subs+i+u'I'e end John Coleman, who had previously been hil, was ac+uaIIy unconscious when he caughl +he pass 'lhaf gave us fhe exlra poinl. Friars 25 Loyola I3 Friars I9 Sf. Philip I3 Friars 7 Weber 2I enior LasLef6all scores impressive 'G FG. FT Name B. Keenan I9 97 79 J. Sullivan 25 ll4 53 A. Hanley 23 73 48 B. Brennan 23 52 78 J. I-Jayne 25 se ss R. Brennan IO I3 I8 J. Wisner I7 25 I7 B. Beclcerl' 9 7 20 A. LaVallie 7 5 I5 B. Lennon I6 9 I6 R. Caslelllni 8 I2 7 C. Kulwfuss 4 4 2 M. Niwa 5 0 2 J. Wysoclri I I I R. Brown I 0 O Average per game- P. 57 78 88 65 87 23 33 9 25 33 IO I I4 2 2 54.4 Pls. 273 28l I94 l82 l7O 44 67 34 25 34 3l IO 2 3 O Ve. l4.4 ll.2 8.4 7.9 6.8 4.4 3.9 3.8 3.6 2.I 3.9 2.5 0.4 3.0 0.0 'Kevz G denoles flme number of games: FG is llne of free llwrowsq P s+ands for personal fouls, Pls. is II19 abbreviation for poinls' and Ave, is llie average per game. ber of 'field goals, FT is llwe number l'1UI'Y1' Fronl: J. Joyce, B. Brennan, J. Wisner, R. Casfellini, A. Hanley, J. Hayne, J. Sullivan, R. Smal.. Above: Senior baslreleers in llme spolliglwlz Ironl cenler: J. Wisner: clockwise: R, Reardon, J. Hoygn-TB, BE- nan, W. Keenan, ancl Coaclr J. Kernan. lol. page 94I Slanclini T. Sullivan, W. Lennon, W. Debes, lvl. Niwa, Mr. Kern- an, W, Keenan, R. Brennan, R. Beclrerl, C. Kulwluss, R. Brown, Fr. Crowe. 1. if Abover J. Wisner, guard eenan sfars Coach Jack Kernan's senior leam had only one relurn- ing lellerman, cenler and co-cap+ain Bill Keenan. BaHling for slarling posilions were Al Hanley, Bernie Brennan, Bob Beckerl and Arl LaVallie al lhe forwards and guards John Hoyne, John Sullivan, Jim Wisner and Bob Brennan. ln allempfing +o find a winning combinalion and +o give 'lhe Seniors badly needed experience Coach Kernan arranged a heavy praclice schedule. A+ lhe season's ou+se+ on Nov. 23rd againsl Gordon Tech only Keenan seemed assured of a slarling ber+h. Fenwick had lillle lrouble wilh +he Rams from Gordon Tech as lhe Friars, wi+h Keenan as high man wilh I2 poinls, won 66-44. ln fhe firsl hair raiser of 'rhe season Bob Beckerl calmly sank four free lhrows in +he closing seconds of play lo enable Fenwick +o gel pasl Holy Trinily 63-62. The Alum- ni, paced by lasf year's ace, Sian Kilian, handed 'lhe seniors lheir firsl loss 62-53. Bill Keenan poured in I3 baskels and 5 free fhrows for 3l poin+s, as Fenwick swepl pasl' Gordon Tech, a second lime, 7l-50. Againsl Weber +he Friars frailed lhroughouf, bul' a 4fh period rally spear- headed by fhe oulside shooling of John Sullivan gave Fenwick a 5l-48 viclory over +he besl Weber feam in years. Keenan lecl 'lhe scoring wi+h I9. Againsl Holy Trinily lhe seniors showed a baffling form reversal which was +o plague lhem all year. The same leam which had los+ lo Fenwick now manhandled our boys 67-39. Below, left R. Brennan, guard: cenferz W, Keenan, cenler, co-caplaing righ+: J. Hoyne, guard, co-caplain. P ' Q lil J. Sullivan, guard eniors Fenwick 66 Gordon Tech 63 Holy Trini+y 53 Alumni 7+ Gordon Tech 5l Weber 39 Holy Trini+y 64 M+. Carmel 62 Weber 4l M+. Carmel 53 Loyola 40 S+. Pa+ricl: 30 Loyola 70 S+. Ri+a League Games Fenwick 40 S+. George 45 S+. Philip 60 S+. Pa+riclr 53 Mendel 60 S+. lgna+ius 53 S+. George 63 S+. Mel 64 S+. Philip 4I S+. Pa+rick 53 Mendel 64 S+. lgna+ius 60 S+. Mel R. Cadellini, forward A. Hanley, forward and cen+er eo le++: B. Brennan, forward: and rigl1+: R. Beclrerf. forward. K-M... Above: J. Sullivan gels info Ihe clear Io dislurb Ihe Meliles. Cp61A.i5lfllkV6ZVl. Wirh Keenan hifling for I7 Fenwick came back +o hand MI. Carmel a 64-50 loss. A+ +his poinl in 'Ihe season 'lhe Seniors had won 5 and losl 2. Bul Fenwick 'fhen dropped Iwo in a row fo +eams 'rhey had earlier bealen, firs+ Weber, 73-62, and 'rhen MI. Carmel 59-4I. The Friars wilhslood a Rambler rally Io bea+ Loyola 53-50 wilh Keenan gefling I7 and John Sullivan I5. In fhe firsl round of +he De Paul Tournamenl a cIespera+e comeback by 'rhe Seniors, who 'trailed al halflime 26-l5, jusl missed, and Fenwick losl 4l-40. In 'Ihe final praclice game Ihe Friars wenl sour again and los+ 'ro Loyola 50-30. SI. George came down 'lo Fenwick gym Io open up league play. The Dragons led 2l-I9 al 'rhe half, and desplle a I3-poinl efforl by John Sullivan lhe haled Evansfonians wenl home 47-40 viclors. Righf: B. Brennan has sole ownership in Yhe Iirs? Mel's game. Alumni win ju Friar co-capf. John Hoyne gof I6 poinfs, buf S+. Philip had foo much of everyfhing, and fhe Gaels had Ii'HIe frouble as fhey beaf Fenwick 72-45. The Seniors snapped ouf of fheir slump againsf Sf. Pafrick fo show whaf fhey could do, and wifh John Sullivan scoring 23 poinfs fhe Friars were easy winners 60-42. Affer losing fo Mendel 63-53 fhe Friars suffered a hearfbreaking 62-60 overfime loss af fhe hands of Sf. Igna- fius. Bill Keenan gof I8 againsf S+. George, buf if wasn'+ enough as fhe Dragons won 57-53. Sf. Mel handed fhe Seniors a 76-63 sefback. In a non-league affair Fenwick wenf soufh fo fake on Sf. Rifa. Mid-way in fhe fhird quarfer Bill Keenan who averaged I7 poinfs in his Ias+ four games, frac- fured his arm coming down from a rebound. Sf. Rifa won 73-70 and Fenwick's high scorer was ouf for fhe resf of fhe season. The Friars wifh AI Hanley geffing I9 and John Sullivan 20 waged a furious fighf againsf Sf. Philip before bowing 70-64. Sf. Pafrick, easy pickings in fhe firsf round, belfed Fenwick fhe second fime around 63-4I. Mendel made if 8 losses in a row wifh a convincing 66-53 win over fhe hapless Seniors. AI Hanley kepf Fenwick in fhe game wifh a ferrific 27-poinf efforf. Bernie Brennan gol' I6 againsf Sf. Ignafius buf fhe Wolves won handily 79-64. Sf. Mel ended a dismal season for fhe Friars as fhe Knighfs amassed 96 poinfs fo Fenwick's 60. If was a long, rough season for a feam fhaf dropped I8 games while winning seven, was always af a heighf disad- vanfage and midway 'rhrough fhe regular season Iosf ifs leading rebounder and scorer. IZ3 Leff: seafedz L. McNeil, E. Kelly, T. Cashman, lsfandingl P. Collins and R. Carney kepf fhe official scores of all Fenwick games. Below: fop: Eighfh graders carry fhe sfrefch- er for fhe hoped-for fall of fhe alumni af fhe annual varsify-alumni baskelball game. Alum- ni won Ihe lug. Below, middle: lfronf rowl Mr. Lawless and Mr. O'Brien and alumni: J. Rooney, R. Beshk, R. Corrigan, and H. Crawford: lsecond rowl Mr. Warren Sfevens, sporfs edifor of "Oak Leaves," af alumni game. Boffom: Mr. O'Brien coaches alumni: R. Corrigan, R. Gallo, K. Phelan, J. Rooney, and H. Crawford. unior ,lgaskefdallers faLe Cafgokc Don Hel? Robe? Reardon Lo s Mulle JUNIOR BASKETBALL STORY The measurlng In for Ihls year s Jumor baskerball ream found Bob Reardon Don He'H and Don Ru gall all barely making +he helghl' a+ 5 ff 8 In Coach Kernan added +o 'Ihese 'rhree Lou Muller Mrke McGovern and Tom Keeler and came up wlrh a scrappy splrnfed well knvl' ball club Don He'H dropped un 2l polnfs fo lead Fenwick pasf Gordon Tech 56-43 nn +he seasons opener Holy Trmu+y bowed 59 45 bu+ fhe Alumm sropped +he Jumors 52 5I In overhme Affer fraullng I8 5 a+ fhe end of +he fursl' quarrer Fenwuck rallied wulh Bob Reardon and Lou Muller showing ihe way +0 beaf Gordon Tech 63 53 Weber edged +he Frlars 5049 and Holy Trlm+y won 65 57 before fhe Jumors came +o +oC pos Frnl h yLJdyandWJo lufe behind Heffs 2l polnf effor+ +o race pasl' MI Carmel 66 34 ulnn Cook hrl' for I4 as Fenwick came +o Ilfe In fhe second half io bear Weber 55 43 MI Carmel +ook I+ on 'rhe chln a second 'hme 58 44 Fenwnck In successuve games wu+h Loyola won 49-40 and Ios+ 42 37 Mike McGovern garnered I8 as Fenwlck exhlbnred real power In sweepmg pasi' Mendel 74 38 In Ihe flrsf game of +I1e Holiday Tour ney Muller go+ I9 and Reardon I8 nn Fenwick s 62 49 wan over S+ Mel The Jumors were eIrmma+ecI when affer a close flrsr half De La Salle pulled away 'Io a 75 58 VICl0f'Y Thanks +o a 23 polnl' performance by Mike McGovern fhe Fenwnck Jumors salvaged 'lhlrd place In The rourney wllh a 59 54 wan over S+ Phlllp Seco d M Go pl a o He + nd T Keefe nd g us eco e e e eh J ahJ AMI fy gg gg I r ui r . -. . . . . D - . i Q . . . - '. . . - Cenfral Seci n ham I n o row: J.C melik, R. Dedic, J. Crowle , . u , . nes. n row: M. c vern, D. Rigali, Ca . R. Re rd n, D. I , L. Muller, a . r. S+a in l Fr. Crowe, Mgr. C. K mider, E. de S+. Aubln, J. P raro, E. Kunk I, H. P yr brune, P. She an, Mgr. . Belleno, and Co c ack Kernan. ' ' ' f l I . S, I' . . if 26169142 CCVlf'YHlCAQM'1PiOVlS Michael McGovern Eugene Kunlrel Henry Peyrebrune ow: H. Peyrebrune leaves a Meliie Kunlzelg No. Ibis L. Judy. Donald Rigali JUNIOR SCORING HGURES Name G FG FT P Pls. Ave. Capf. Reardon 30 I I4 l I9 69 347 l l.6 Muller 3I l32 83 83 347 I l.2 Hell' 30 87 l29 87 303 I0.l McGovern 27 89 65 73 243 9.0 Rlgall 27 58 44 68 I6O 5.9 Cool! I8 39 22 51 IOO 5.6 Keeler 25 36 30 60 l02 4.l Jones I2 l l 4 I0 26 2.2 Kunlxel 9 7 5 3 I9 2.l Peyrebrune I3 9 2 lb 20 I.5 Judy 5 2 2 5 6 1.2 Crowley 2 I o I 2 Lo cle S+. Aubin I O I 3 I l.O Dedic 4 l 0 3 2 0.5 Key: G means number of games. FG deno+es field goals. FT is free llwrows. P. s+ands for personal fouls. P+s. means poin+s scored: and Ave. is +l1e average per game. unlors gef Info P acyoffe The llgh+s dropped fhe league opener +o S+ George 49 44 S+ Phulnp wn+h Cap? Bob Reardon geHmg I6 fell 57 52 S+ Pa+ squealced pasl' +he Jumors SI 49 Lou Mul ler poured In 20 pom+s and fhe lngh+s raced pas+ Mendel 57 46 S+ lgnahus never had a chance and los+ 66 33 S+ George made I+ fwo ln a row wr+h a 50 47 vlcfory S+ Mel go+ haf wu+h a real scornng punch as fhe Frlars ran up an 8l 54 wzn Af+er losnng un a prachce game +o S+ Rrla ihe Fruars +hanlcs 'ro Tom Keefer s lay up snealxed pasf S+ Phllup s Gaels 50 49 S+ Pafruclc s Sham rocks were easy vrchms 66 45 Afier rou+ Ing Mendel 62 42 Fenwick was almosl upsel by S+ lgnahus buf 8 pomfs by Lou Muller In 'the fmal mmu+e of play go+ Fenwrclc pasl fhe Wolves 63 53 In +he final league en counfer agalns+ S+ Mel fhe Frlars were Ice ln fhe DeLaSalle game Don Hell 4 clams The ball as Rngall foreground pro'rec+s H H 4 Bob Reardon and Don Rngaln Il mee+ opposuhon n fhe playoff game cold buf Don HeH' hn' on a lump sho+ from gus+ nnsnde mud cour+ as +he buzzer sounded and Fenwick won 43 42 and 'roolr flrsf place In The Cenlral Sechon The flrsf play off game plH'ed us agamsf fhe Dragons of S+ George and fhe combmahon of flne defen save play by McGovern and clu+ch shool X, Ing by Muller was enough 'ro give 'lhe Frnars a badly wanfed 51 44 vnclory Press mg hard In whal proved fo be +he lasl game of +he season Coach Kernans des pera+ely fnghhng Jumors couldn+ do any 'rhmg rughf and af+er a +ngh+ 'Farsi quarier De La Sall swep+ fo a 66 37 wnn And so fhe season ended for Coach Kernan s fursf Secflon Champion 'team and one he will always be proud of .': V . .' y l ll i "l l ell. . "ll "i V sys . 0 ' ny ' . - v 1 ' 4 1 fclcy sulolaorf J diy mar ans The lumor leam succeeded nn ge++ung +he fans worlxed up fo a frenzy by +he end of lhe season Sludenls followed lhe news re pods avldly and anxnously awalled lhe posl :ng of lafe news on lh sporls bullehn board Excellenl cooperallon was glven lo The Chrlslmas holidays Junior Baslcelball Tour namenl' al whnch lhe lrlars are annual hosls lo all of +he League lunlor feams Under lhe dlrecllon of Fafher McNlcholas and Mr Lawless many s'ruden+s worlc d hard +o ge+ ads and palrons for fhe Tournamenl pro gram book The leading salesmen enloyed fhe dunner and S+aduum baslcelball game guven as a reward +o 'rhe lop salesmen Top puclure P Culhane W Vor s J H ll a d A Coluccn peru e fhe r-so T popu ar bullefln board In fhe school fhe sporfs board nn lhe cafeferna corrldor Bofforn Fr McNncholas rece: es a checlr from D Paulell who ufh D Herlehy ere among lhe leaders n lhe Jun or Tcurnamenf ad sol culallon 7-1 mf'-':fa.3 W1 O O ' z . , . I , . i , n , ' s 5 1 , ' 'v . I, w' . W l I 1 I i ' ' . . - L"-fl . D fi" M . e l . l l 1 'f . . M a r ' 3 I ' 5 ' ' . ,- I I ' MA -.MMM A , . X . . Le , 'lf V. ' I f, I J "Y .. W y . fy W, , ' XX fm .. Banfamweighls Top row: J. Halpin, J. McKenna, T. Burke, D. Gapen, W. Debes, M. Niwa, T. Sullivan, D. Hromadlra, R. Smifh, Coach Duchon. r. mucAon irains The flies and banfams bo+h compiled impressive re- cords under 'rhe coaching of Mr. Duchon. Jim Long was high scorer wi+h 96 poin+s on +he fly +eam which won eleven games and losi only +o Mendel, 47-46. Ofh- er leading scorers on fhe flies were Ron Dedic wifh 92 poin+s, Joe Pecararo wi+h 88, Ed de S+. Aubin wifh Boffom row: l.. Deilmer, T. Herlehy, D. Dudeil, A. Como, R. Brown, D. Cioili. anfams ana! 7-Les 82, Jim Crowley wifh 52, and John Chmelilr wi+h 43 poin+s. The banfams won eighi games while losing four. Chuck Kuhfuss was very impressive during +he season as he scored I44 poin+s. Ofher leading scorers were Tom Burlce, II2 poinisg Tom Sullivan, IIO poinfsg Marv Niwa, 7I poin+sg and Roger Brown, 32 poinrs. Flyweighis Fron+ row: E. Collins, J. Rigney, J. S+robel, E. Gorman, and R. Dowd. Second row: J. Crowley, J. Tonne, E. de Si. Auloin, J. Long, J. Chmelilr, and R. Dedic. Sfandinq: Fr. Crowe, A. Provenzano, D. Ryan, D. Paulefii, G. Sobiesll, Mgr. P. Young, and Coach Bill Duchon, , I ,fr QW W 215 jg! r M VN, fa, Ee -A Q In Q T 'I A , f sf U, . V V 5 g '25 iw " if kmmi' if . 'aff f . ' -M y , 327, ,fxigb H, 3' if , f Mig iv 4 Q M I V73 1wy m"""f M 'Wahl , E idx --f . U Q., .... x QE , "s.W' eniors sei recor 5 The swimming Ieam +his year had everyfhing-nof only depfh, buf more record holders Ihan any o+her squad in Ca+hoIic League his+ory. S+. George was +he iirsl +o fall, 66-I I. The nex+ meel' was agains+ college compe+i+ion-'rhe Cenlral Senior Men's In- door A.A.U. Championships. Norfh Cen+raI College was Ihe winner by a 78-75 score af+er a mixup in poin+ +abuIa+ion had upse+ Coach O'Brien's s+ra+egy. Loyola was an easy vicfim, 68-8, and fhen Soufh Shore was beaien. Fenger, Ci+y League runner-up, was Irounced 59-I8. Againsl M+. Carmel a Na- Iional Inferscholasfic record was se'I' by Ihe 200-yd. medley relay Ieam of McGuire, PeHinger, Kelly, and Pefkus as Fen- wick swepl' 'ro anofher vicfory. In +he nex+ Irhree meels Calumef, S+. George, and Aus+in fell by respeciive scores of 60-8, 67-IO, and 60-6. Lane, fhe bes+ in Ihe Cify League, was +hen rouled. Loyola and Weber were ou+cIassed 70-7 and 48-I0 in +he final Iwo meels. On March I I a+ Fenwick in fhe Caiholic League champion- ship meel, +he Friars proved how powerful +hey were. They +ook all firsl' places and every second excep+ one. Fenwick amassed a record +o+aI of I I2 poinfs, while second-place S+. George had 30. Senior individual champions were Jerry Pe+- Iczis, Don Puchalski, Jim Bennan, John McGuire, Jack PeHing- er in +wo evenfs, and Caplain and All-American diver Jerry Darda. Bob Dring, John Kelly, Don Puchalski, and Norm Pierce won +he medley relay, while John McGuire, Jerry Pe+kus, and Jim and John Bennan were free-s+yIe relay champions. I+ was Fenwick's ninefeenlh slraighl' senior crown and her 'iwenly-second in +wenI'y-Ihree years. The Friars Iosl' once, I937, Io Loyola by Iwo poinls-fruly rhe grea+es+ a+hle+ic record in Calholic League hisiory. Top, Ieffz Free-slyle relay leam, J. McGuire, N. Pierce, J, Peffinqer, and G. Pelkus, sei new Fenwick record. Middle lefl, back row: N. Pierce, J. Drammisg cenler row: James Kelly, P. Shuflilowskig fronl row: E. Veivoda, R. Barnes are all free-slyle experls. Cenlerz D. Griifilh is ou+s+andinq senior diver. Bo++om row, lei? fo righ+: 200-yd. medley relay Ieam holding Ihe Na- tional Inferscholaslic record: J. Pellinger, G. Pefkus, John Kelly, and J, McGuire. Righf side, lop: James Bennan holds lhe Cafholic League 200-yd. free- slyle record. Riqhr side, middle: P. Chesfnul, one of fhe lop senior divers IB, Top, leff: fop row: Coach D. O'Brien, P. Blake, P. Pierce, J. fiegirmigmzgerald, W. Kreflow, J. Calmeyng second row: Fr. Crowe, J. MacLennan, R. Broderick, L. Dolan, C.W4Q5-Cgigcl, E. Kral, W. Egan, H. DeGrenier, J. Clarkg fhird row: R. Boden, J. Edmier, T. O'Keefe, S. Manola, C. Pugh, Dischmiff, R. McMahon, boffom row: Mgr. K. Kowalski, J. Tosfo, J. Zid, G. Foss, R. Roche, T. Hohman, D. Brewer, K. Posch. Leff, borfom: R. McMahon, reporfed fhe backbone of fhe junior swim feam, poinls fo D. SchmiH's lrighfl new breasf sfroke re- unior swimmers lo From fhe juniors Coach O'Brien draws his champion- ship feams year affer year. This season his hopes are high, for many good swimmers have been faifhful fo pracfice. Sophomores C. Pugh, J. Chesfnuf, S. Fifz- gerald, and B. Egan, who made insignificanf confribu- fions fo fhe feam record in freshman year, were ouf- sfanding on fhe iunior 'leam fhis year. There is good reason fo hope for a brighf season nexf year: The freshman confribufion in fhe Cafholic League championship compefifion fhis year was fwenfy- cord lisfed on fhe pool bullefin board. Cenfer picfure: S. Manola, holder of fhe 50- and IOO-yd. fresh- man free-sfyle records. Top, righf: K. Posch and J. MacLennan keep af fhe pracfice which makes fhem Fenwick's sfrengfh in junior diving. Righf, middle: E. Kral, who is considered fhe rnosf promising breasf sfroker Fenwick ever had. Righf, boffomz L. Dolan exhibifs fhe good breasf sfroke form he had all year. ok Promising one poinfs as againsf nofhing lasf year. S. Manola, who had never been in swimming com- pefifion before meefing Coach O'Brien, was rafed fhe besf freshman on fhe fearn. The iuniors hold fheir meefs in coniuncfion wifh fhe seniors. As a reminder: The coach and bofh feams fear fhaf roofers may forgef fhaf repeafed championships are nof aufomaficg swimmers really musf work fo gef fhem. Above: leff: Dr, Walsh, fhe official school docfor examines J. Long. fbove: cenfer: T. Rigney undergoes scrufiny of Dr. Wm. Buckingham, wick '42. Abovel-nigh J. McDonald, M.D,, Fenwick '40, confinues T. Rigney's ex aminafion by giving him a sighf iesf. Righl: M. Warchol wafches apprehensive-ly as Richard Buckingham, MD., Fenwick '4l, looks for defecfs in D. Kays ear. .-L Alumni me ics examine fAe fresAmen The Fenwick afhlefic deparfmenf is proud of ifs careful affenfion fo fhe physical condifion of all slu- denfs. Each year all freshmen and all new-comers musf submif +o a fhorough physical examinafion adminisfered here a+ school by fhe official school physician, Dr. Walsh, and a group of ofher medical experfs. This year fhree Fenwick alumni-Dr. Wm. Bucking- ham, Dr. J. McDonald, and Dr. Richard Buckingham were among fhe examiners. Affer fhe docfors' reporfs have been made, parenfs are nofified of any noficed defecfs. Sfudenfs fhen are urged fo seek alfenfion from fheir family docfors. The sighf and hearing fesls enable fhe feachers fo place in suifable places in fhe classrooms fhose who have defecfs. The fesfs help, foo, fo prevenf any confagion and help defermine which boys need special considerafion in fhe gymnasium, swimming, and sporfs acfivifies. Parenfs should be very grafeful fo fhe physical edu- cafion insfrucfors for fhe diligence exercised in keep- ing fheir sons sound and hearfy. xgnframura games are open fo all ff"2"'o 3 Leif, Mp: Junior inframural baslcelball winners: C. Foley, R. Mul- Qimch,HV'. Ejan, R. Balsis, S. S+anculcasg foreground: R. This-len, J. sam. ii Leif, boifomz Senior inlramural baclcefball champs, slandingz VV. mngs, A. Ryan, R. McGady, L. La Fond, T. Polionoslry, L. McNei', J. Burns, foreground: J. Duiiy, T. Cashman. Coach Anlhony Lawless again supervised rhe exfra- ordinary lnlramural Program offered 'ro +he sludenis af Fenwick. lnrramural champs were awarded medals in volleyball, baslcelball, bowling, golf, handball, swim- ming, boxing, +ennis, and ping pong. ln volleyball Paul Frymark, Bill Doucelfe, and John Gaspers were lhe oufslanding players on fhe champion- ship +eam capfained by Gerry Delaney. The Senior QT-NW t fr I 1 Righr, +op: lnlramural volleyball champs: lei? fo right J. Dever- eux, YJ. Harvey, G. Delaney, W. Herber+, J. Gaspers, J. Duffy, R. Donohoe. Riqhi, boHom: Class bowling champions: leiinfo righgfz A. De Cogiigilslmi, J. Baur, L. Johnson. baske+ball winners were capfained by Tom Cashman and had Larry McNeil and John Burns as lop scorers. ln bowling K. Kowalski, a iunior, won fhe singles and fhen 'teamed wifh D. Vincenli lo fake 'the Doubles Championship. Class winners were freshman L. John- son, sophomore J. Baur and senior A. DeCola. A+ lhe annual golf meel' held a+ Midwesr Coun+ry Club John Drammis shof a 36-hole 'roral of I55 +o +alre +he school mnasium c asses championships. ln 'the firsi round, Jim Kelly and Phil Schusfer sho+ 74's 'lo break +he school record of 76, which had s+ood since I939. ln +ennis Mike Driscoll was an easy singles winner and he 'rhen +eamed wi+h Tom Van PeHen +o +ake 'the doubles. The singles winner in +able +ennis was John Vrfis. Chuck King and Bob Kopecky were 'rhe doubles winners. Top: J, McNeil assumes a hori- zonlal posifion. SQVJICK 5 51:12 qtsrfigyr. Q Y J!! dy' M We Lefl side, +op: A gym class is I OVEF. .45 3 ,, y Leif, second: W. McCarlhy ,gk wafches gymnasfs. Leif, +hird: R. Juckniess lfronll and L. Barry fry calislhenics. Leff, boffoms G. Tarzon is load- ed wilh M. Fillichio. Riqhf, second: Gymnasls make a pyramid oi Friars: lop: J Mclnerney and A. Cagllog middle row: E. Chaplicki, P. Conboy, C. Rosseffi, R. Kenny, on floor: G. Tarzon, T. McGow- an, M. Fillichio, W. Dallon, R. Carney. Riqhl, fhird: Noi knowing which way is up, fhese acrobafs prefer +o remain anonymous. lnsef: P. Conboy prepares for milver Gloves. Riqhf, bo'Hom: E. Chaplicki charms while C. Rosselli does fhe rope lrick. 1 Above: Fr. Madrick's gay golfers anlicipafe happy limes among fhe birdies and lhe eagles: sfandingz lefl lo righf: Fr. Madrick, J. Siblick, C. Pugh, J. Eisenmann, John Kelly, J. Drammis, W. Fraif, K. Bane, James Kelly, siffingz P. O'Hagan. Leif: J. Cerone praclices his drives on fhe school range. iw-er lef+: C. Leonard demonslrales correcf s+ance. goglers fee off Represenfing Fenwick on 'lhe golf links were John Drammis, John and Jim Kelly, Bob Barnes, Ores+e Boscia, and Phil Schus+er. Fr. Madrick handled fhe leam. ln fhe school +ournamen+ af Midwesf Coun'I'ry Club Jim Kelly and Phil Schus+er each shof a brillianf 74 lo break fhe school record of 76 +ha1' had slood since I939. TENNIS Mike Driscoll, one of fhe oufsfanding players in 'rhe Cafholic League, was Capiain on one of fhe besf +ennis Teams fha? ever represenfed Fenwick. Ofher seniors on +he +eam were Tom Van PeHen and Hank Peyrebrune. Juniors on +he ieam were John Fikeis, Mike Sammon, John Showell, Pele Shufliiowski, and Paul Gorino. Also on +he 'le-am were sophomores Don Schmifl and Pai Roche and freshmen Johnny and Tommy Hohman. eVU'li5 and fl'HCL VVIGVI an VMVI The +ennis +eam This season is gelfing lips from Mr. J. Radke, Fenwick '39, Regular opponenls are Loyola, Holy Trinily, S+. George, and S+. lgnalius, all of whom were defea+ed in lhe firsl of +wo rounds. The nefmen have an upperclassmen's 'ream and a 'Freshman-sopho- more group, bu+ unlike fhe arrangemenls in o+her sporls, +he scores of bo+h leams are counled as one lolal in compu+ing lhe championship ralings. Senior Driscoll, raled fourfh a+ fhe Oak Park Tennis Club will re+ire fhis year buf Fa+her Ashenbrener expecfs D. Schmill and lhe Hohman lwins +o bring home viclories nexl season. TRACK Once again 'rhe lrack feam pul in hours of hard work. Ou+s+anding buf unheralded runners were Capt Rog Lanphier, Jack Aiello, Tom Schoenbaum, and Ron Shockey. These four boys qualified and finished fourfh in fhe Daily News relays. ln +he Calholic League lhe Fenwick frack +eam was relegafed 'ro a spol behind S+. lgna+ius S+ George and Loyola Leif fo righl Fr Ashenbrener J Van Pe++en scoll P Shui fo s R Vondrasek R Shockey T Schoenbaum T O Donnell B ara P Cor es ore ground R Skach R Lanphier J Aello H Relmann l37 J. Fikeis, . , M. Dri , . li w ki. RVQIL: C. Mollsen, W. Leonardi, O'H , . d 7 f - . i , . ' . 'GI riar fers Top, leff fo righfz Mr. M Keenan. I 1 feree, D. Callahan. J. Aielloq right P. Parrllli vs. W. Mar+ino. BoHom: W, Mamma, J. Mc- lnerney, J. Nemefon, R. Kenney, T. Pokonslcy and Adams, Mr. E. Norris, B. gciclrfulgfiz R. Spero vs. T. Pollonoskig righfz P. Con- boy, Mr. A. Keegan, re- Tliifduleffz J. Nefflefon vs. J. Caiderone-winners all. compefe or Slver gloves A capacily crowd wilnessed Fenwiclr's 26lh an- nual Silver Glovers on March 23rd. Originally en- lering lhe lournamenl were 460 boys under sur- veillance ol Mr. Lawless. The program began wilh six preliminary bouls. Dan Callahan was named lhe oulslanding preliminary boxer lor his impressive viclory over Pele Conboy in 'lhe I35-Ib. class. ln lhe preliminary heavyweighl lighl, one ol lhe besl ol lhe evening, Brian Moran rallied in lhe lasl lwo rounds lo ioll Pal O'Brien. The lirsl championship boul was in lhe IOO-Ib. class. Joe Mclnerney was awarded lhe lille when Don Cardinal was unable lo conlinue because ol a leg injury from a lall in lhe lirsl round. Wally Marlino loolc all lhree rounds from Pal Parrilli in lhe ll5-lb. class. Jim Calderone oulclassed Ralph Moriarly in a lool-moving I25-Ib. boul. Skip Kenny loolc lhe l35-lb. lille as he oulpoinled Kenny Murray on a splil decision. Jack Kerelxes squared oll wilh Tom Coulon in lhe l45-lb. class and won lhe championship on a very lighl decision. Jim Nelllelon oulslugged Jack Aiello in lhe l55- lb. boul, and was awarded lhe oulslanding boxer lrophy lor lhe second year in a row. Bob Spero mel up wilh Tom Polconoslcy, subbing lor Bob Donahue, in lhe unlimiled boul. Spero was unable lo overcome his opponenl's reach advanlage, and Polconoslcy won lhe crown. Above: lopnlellz Pele Conboy vs. Dan Callahan: lop riqhl: Pal O'Brien vs. Brian Morang cenler lell: releree Norman Barry and Jim Nelllelong geiilgrrighlz Tom Coulon vs. Jack Kerelresg bollom lefg Kenny Murray vs. Skip Kenny: bollgmiiqm: Dan Callahan vs. Pele Conboy. Lell: lop lell: Pal O'Brien vs. Brian Moran: lop righl: Jim Nelllelon vs. Jaclr Aiellog bollom lell: Ken Rolnos vs. Bill Dallong bollom riqhl: Bob Spero llelll vs. Tom Polnonoslry. Ea I9 Af Wfgi :ii V N gl, A- W ff 1 f X Q my 51411 Q53 if A A Q ,gf .M 2225? , fe? is gl .. Q.. f W. , V, .Q n new 551 ir , W .A,., Q, 5 ,Q Q , 17' L T ' 3 Ii M :i"', Xmw 5 f , ,Q ,W 4 . is Q Q , lk' w3ii ?i ?f 'Q .45 'ip fgiprf' 17 it s X ig? .5 2 Q: K Q F 3 5 Ez A A 62 . 5, E 3257 Q ' sa- if S w , X M .,.A,V M Q, fi 'Y 5 ,Y '? 1 ii Q 'Lx If xv Za 3233 L ,gp arewell Then fhe +ime will come, Ca+holic youlh, for your collaboralion. How many beau+iful worlns are awai+ing your hand! The rebuilding of socieiy on a Chrislian loasisg lhe res+oring +o honor and digni+y of fhe gospel and Hs moralilyg fhe renova'I'ing of fhe family, giving back +o marriage i+s aureole of sacramenfal dignily and lo newly-weds lhe sense of lheir clufies and 'rhe consciousness of fheir respon- sibililiesg 'the reaffirming, among all classes of socie+y, of +he frue no+ions of au+hori'ry, of discipline, of respecl' for social laws, and for 'rhe righls anal du+ies fhaf people owe one anolher. This is your lomorrow . . . PIUS XII, Cafholic Youlh and Sociely lDoc. 63, p. 6871 Aclcnowledgemenl is made lo 'lhe pub- lisher. Mr. L. Hagerly, Leander Pub- lishing Company: +o our professional phofographers, Toloff S+udio, Mr. John Sla+erg and lo +he school au+hori+ies For lheir excellen+ co-operalion and encour- agement 4 1 MGX The PICIUFG and name of every sluclenl 1n +he school appears 1n +h1s book They are 1n +I1e class sechons 1n al phabehcal order Semors pp 28 47 lumors pp 48 53 sophomores pp 54 6l and freshmen pp 62 7I The Burgess R 62 68 followmg mdex I1s+s only lhose whose names or p1clures appear more lhan once Ackermann G 28 40 78 Adams T 48 53 86 Ahern J 54 60 e o J 28 7 I3 Alexa W 62 84 egreH1 J 28 35 39 II3 A en L 48 75 88 93 AIIISOH R 28 34 40 42 I03 Alumbaugh D 48 80 Ambrose M 28 92 Anderl G 48 93 Anderson T 62 68 86 Andrew T 48 89 os L 62 82 I ATIOC D 62 84 Arndf J 6 28 32 43 Affwood T 62 75 88 9 Bach F 28 76 00 Balsrs R 54 59 77 I34 Bane K 48 83 89 I36 Barnes M 28 79 I02 rnes R 48 53 5 80 rr J 54 55 6I Barron D 54 58 59 Barry L 28 39 92 04 Barry M 54 58 59 82 Bar1Ie++ M 48 80 I29 Bar-xano J 54 60 B ur J 54 58 77 4 Bayer E 62 78 BcerfR283679I07l9 Behrmann H 62 I06 Bellezzo 48 Bellock R 62 64 75 Bennan James 29 I29 I3I Bennan John 29 I29 l3I Berlaux L 29 80 BIIIIHQS W 29 34 Bmder W 29 80 Blackwell W 54 II2 BIa1r G 29 44 74 99 e P 62 77 I07 Bob a R 62 68 75 89 IO7 Bo en R 54 I32 Boehm K 29 80 Bohanelr R 48 50 e J 54 76 BORUYIIEWICI F 54 56 Bonucelln R 54 60 Bonus H 54 75 77 B relr T 62 I 8 Boscua O 48 I36 Bowers J 29 74 92 Boy J 54 60 Boye J 48 89 Braun C 48 89 I02 Brelcha K 54 76 Brene1sen R 48 I06 ennan B 29 80 II9 Brennan J 54 l20 nnan R 29 II9 Brel? 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