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

 - Class of 1957

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Gikkhct Ymk N RNEKSADC tn ES gauge: nwunsmt ffm H11 X MJESTERN Swan-was v U-J uiNsBu.E Qu Svr-'xvhi' K3, Dob- I , GRNQS my LD L5 ,fs ILLOV slvkmqs fl? . il' FROM THE DAYS OF THE PIONEERS one hundred and fifty years ago when the area in which we now live was only an enclosed fort set in a prairie to the present tzme when a great school system grows in the thickly populated County of Cook many generations of parents made innumerable sacrifices to give todays young people excellent educational opportunities they now enloy Overland on the 1820 Chicago area map is the outline map of the city and suburbs where Fenwick students now have their homes GREEN Chicagoland area in Bishop Fenwrcks day BLACK Present city and suburban divisions Numbers Indicate students coming from each area in 1956 57 957 B I CI c k f r i cl r s Fenwick High School Oak Park, Illinois The story of realizing o dreom. A small log house, the private home, of Henry Boone, near the present Springheld, Kentucky, served in 1806 as the hrst Dominican school in the United States And it began in that wilderness country ,wth loot tffo stud nts Father Edward Domun Fenwick American loorn but educated In Belgium and England returned to his native land to fulf1ll ht Great ambition to realize his dream of found ng the Dominican Order in the Un teJ States and of establishing a school under Domncan auspices And now one hundred and f1ft,f years later his dream contlnoes to lo manlfoldly realtzel in the system of Dominican education phtlo sophical and theological faculties in sem narre and Houses of Stud es in Proyiden e Colleg Contents The School Directors and Faculty Parents Organization The Graduates The Underclassmen Studies Clubs and Activities Sports Alumni Graduation Index 0 36 8 40 in Rhode Island, in college preparatory s:hoo's in ColumloJs, Ohio and Oak Park, Illinois, es- pecially in Fenwick High School, which was so named to honor the founder of Dominican education n this country And here at Fenwick 1214 students are workrng too for the realization of a drea learning the skills n eded for future educa tion learning how to Ht into the world of rn n and hoping to realize a manhood of success as happy useful Christian gentlemen In this book the Fenwick students will ore sent a picture of what they are doing to fu'f1ll their hopes With this picture they will tell o their patron B hop Fenwick who in them ha a hope posthumously fulhlled K S tx ffm S lftf N ,t x rw ,W see the y h nd eds of st dents ho eac f f X-ng H991 tesco b xg ut kgs .1 oS?t Nlt?f J IF ONLY BISHOP FENWICK Id b h j' K , lltttggg Q -XX so vhs ' ............ 8 ' ' ' ........... 20 ' ...................... 68 "' ....,....,... 84 Qsc::4n3gX-- 14 KFKQ91 ' ...................... 1 , lilly ll - lf ll K l it ' ,TN fx I ',! I sf I ll! r ,f wt pfl t. is st F I F cou e ere 'c X, 'Xl',4-I , gf ll l mor in mail er Uh r h ol :hich gears hr? 1 ! K fi. FXS' name. The hrs! American Dominican 9 ,K 'F Ni Illia, f n with nly two X I 'I' I 5 X f!' K FT ETX,-T X l ,NM X 1 K 1 ' f 1 fri r 'VFW ALMA MATER Hail, dear old Fenwick High, All hail To Thee! Our Alma MaTer, we pledge our IoyalTy, For Thee vve'll ever sTrive VicTory To gain. The While, The Black, brave sons we'll never lack l-ler glory To reTain. Then TlghT wiTh a rnighf reflecling The courage oT Fenwick meng WhaT Though we fall, for Fenwick we-'ll rise op and Tight again. Thy name and honor brighT vve will deTendp To God, To Coumry, and To Alina MaTer FaiThTol To liTe's end. T S Ef'4A'.' "fi 'T' "cs J.-"ws LHC: lexfreme lehl, Jolii' Eire "" -we .inn Cm-sw Bosci la! foot of s!airsl, Qorzer' Bolwnek la' doorl and llef! fo righf on balconyl .'.' lan' F SUI-' Pon-eff Jones. -1- A 1,,,, fi f-s.,y.,,, , Feel F ..-. 4 1 LAST MlNUTE CHECKING is being wade lfy seniors Jafnes Curnwins, John Conley, Thomas Pelle' lon balconyl, and .larnes Campbell, Anvhony Manzo, Jarnes Ferguson, anc: Donald Gavin before The bell Tor frs' class VICTORY MARCH March, Fenwick, march down The held, March, Friars, march, rnen of sTeel. We conquer our Toes and wield A fearless sTrengTh ThaT reveals Our loyal men never yield. FighT, Fenwick, fighl To The end, FighT,Friars,flghT1illwe win. FighT Tor our colors, black and While, And Tor Fenwick and vicTory. QNQQ il 2 ,,,. 53 6 Why rs thrs school named Fenwrck? One hundred and f1fty years ago a Domrnr can prrest Father Edward Domrnrc Fenwrck establrshed rn Kentucky the first house of the Order of Preachers rn thrs country He founded the f1rstCatholrc college west of the Allegheny Mountarns was the apostle of Ohro and be came the f1rst brshop of Crncrnnatr As brshop he had under hrs lurrsdrctron the Northwest Terrrtory of whrch the present State of lllrnors was a part And thrs school took hrs name Brshop Fenwrck had drstrngurshed ancestors He belonged to the srxth generatron of Amerr can Fenwrcks The f1rst one of that name was Cuthbert who came from England to Maryland wrth Lord Baltrmore s enterprrse under the rule of Cecelrus Calvert to avord the relrgrous rntol erance of England s dark penal days The Brshops father was Colonel lgnatrus Fenwrck an officer rn the Maryland Mrlrtra dur rng the Revolutronary War and a member of the Maryland Conventron to frame the state constrtutron Edward Fenwrck for whom thrs school rs named was born rn St Marys County Mary land on August 19 1768 He had f1ve brothers and two srsters Hrs educatron began rn the famrly mansron under prrvate tutors Srnce rt was necessary for a Catholrc to go to Europe for advanced educatron he was sent to the Jesurt Fathers at Lrege Belgrum In the autumn of 1784 he entered Holy Cross Englrsh Domrnr can College at Bornherm Belgrum Havrng com pleted hrs humanrtres rn 1788 he traveled on the contrnent and on September 4 of that year recerved the Domrnrcan habrt He took hrs f1rst Domrnrcan vows March 26 1790 and havrng contrnued hrs studres untrl February 1793 he was ordarned a prrest at Ghent Belgrum He remarned at Bornherm to contrne hrs studres and to teach Wrth the French antr relrgrous revolutronrsts rushrng North rn the late sprrng of 1794 rt became necessary for the Englrsh Fathers to seek refuge rn England Srnce Father Fenwrck was an Amerrcan crtrzen the college was put rn hrs name The r volutronrsts n vertheless set f1re to the college and made Fenwrck a prrsoner After many hardshrps and rmmrnent danger to hrs lrfe he f1nally reached England where he became a professor at the new Domrnrcan college rn Surrey Carshalton Father Fenwrck s heart was always wrth hrs own country Amerrca He srncerely hoped that he could establrsh the Order of Preachers rn hrs natrve land Thrs has always been my de srgn he wrote to hrs superrors rn Rome January 3 1804 to begrn wrth a school Though hrs Englrsh Provrncral Superror was actrvely reluctant to lose hrm he recerved en couragement and f1naIly the permrssron for the venture through the efforts of Father Rrchard Concannon O P then rn Rome and later the f1rst Brshop of New York And thus was set rn motron the begrnnrngs of Domrnrcan educatron and the Domrnrcan apostolate rn Amerrcan all to be credrted to an Amerrcan a man who had been rmprrsoned rn France for hrs farth a man who had to f1ght agarnst the odds of severe poverty But he and one companron Father Angrer reported trr umphantly to Brshop Carroll of Baltrmore then Amerrca s brshop yls 'W V C, glare llp-l Wiley Mjqgrlll - 0 1 ' I of fic, I ' . 1 . . . h k:2g- .F-,X ' ' ' 'I ill l U ' 'I -, D' . Il ty , 1 1 T T - Q L fre no , Mimi. ! - I , wi ffm Page 9 The directors ond the foculty have the same hopes as the students. The Church is conducting schools to make Christian leaders who, while living for the sake of their souls' salva- tion, will make themselves needed and loved in society. The teachers look to the fulfillment of a life's dream - the success of their students. Fcither Fenwick was the leader and one of the pioneers of the Dominicans in the United States, and all the faculty members are carrying out his design, fulfilling his hopes. He was sent by Bishop Carroll to a terri- tory, at the time very promising and iust then H8055 receiving thousands of pioneers e Kentucky f to open his first house of the Order and its first school. Fathers Wilson and Tuite of the Order arrived in Kentucky in l805 under the di- rection of their new provincial superior, Fr. Fenwick. The new arrivals lived in separate private homes. Father Wilson lived with Henry Boone near St. Ann's Church in the Cartwright Creek Settlement near the pres- ent Springfield, Kentucky, and it was here that he received his tirst students f two of them, Robert and Nicholas Young. Soon afterwards other local boys and young men joined them. And so were the simple beginnings of what later became the Hrst college dedicated to St, Thomas Aquinas. Poverty prevented the quick realization of Fenwick's dream. First he had to build a religious house for the priests, temporary housing for the school, and a church for the local people. By March, l807, the new buildings, under the patronage of St. Rose of Lima, were in use. And today Dorninicans still prepare there for the priesthood, as did some of the Fenwick teachers. These are our leaders who sau to the fumllmm of your hope i for a good life and a happy O.P., S.'l'.M., Prior Provincial The Very Reverend John E. Marr, His Holiness, Pope Pius XII, Protector of the Qrder of Preachers Samuel Alphonxus Cardinal Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago qw - 44" Very Reverend C. M. Fisher, O.P., M.A., Sehprior VERY REVEREND J, N. MORGENTHALER, O.P., B,A., prior. He is the religious superior of the fathers and layrgrothgrs The brothers, pictured below, are members of the First Order the same as vhe priests, Their duties are to care for the house The brothers work behind scenes FL fd' ...,, Brother Brother Brother Brother HENRY DENIER, O.P. Al.BERT TRUJILl.O, O.P. IGNATIUS SCHRANZ, O.F. SIMON McCORMICK, O.P. Brother Brother Brother Brother PHIUP MICHON, 0.P. PASCHAL HUNT, 0.P. GERARD ENGELHARDT RAPHAEL MONAGHAN, O.P '75 lg., -fan. me-:X " . These men oversee the school ,B 5 f f The Reverend John E. O'ConneII 0.P., S.T.Lr., M.A. The Reverend John Francis Jacobs, O.P., Ph.Lic., B.M.E., Director of Studies The Reverend John I. Reardon, O.P., Ph.Lic., Director of Discipline FATHER OCONNELL PRINCIPAL lks over college plans w h M Sammon At thelr duties A Fenwlck graduate has a prtceless possessuon a Cathollc education of a superior academtc quallty It IS a reservolr from whtch he may endlessly draw to enrnch every day of hls Ivfe Treasure your Fen wuck educatton and use It Knowledge or educatuon IS a spurntual good personal perfectuon f a very hugh order lt development of a person s most noble power s mind A Catholnc educatlon an whtch relrgtous truths not only are taught formally but even per meate all other parts of the curriculum adds to the growth of the mund and serves to perfect and protect the other human power the wull the mann sprung of all human actnvtty Your Fenwuck educatuon us a Catholuc educatuon of an outstanding quallty Yet with four brlef years at our disposal It must be only a beglnnsng As you continue your educatnon In college and most of you will be attentnve to the need for that two fold development of mtnd and will which alone vlll re sult In the educated Catholic gentleman a Fenwtck Father O Connell O P FATHER JACOBS DIRECTOR OF STUDIES keeps a constant check on students scholasttc records lf you were an actor and nothing else the follow :ng would be a precise regulatvon to Itve by Sult the actnon to the word the word to the action that you o erstep not the modesty of nature lHamIet Act 3 Sc 23 Your Itfe IS not merely an act being ludged by God and your peers As Catholic young men your actions are not mere lmltatlons of nature but nature Itself unfolding under the tutelage of your entellect wall and emotions and In a partlcular way und r the dnrect and tmmeduate Influence of Gods holy grace which tempers the nnflux of temptatlon and rebellious passlon so you o erstep not the modesty of your human nature No one can control natures modesty an you but yourself and this by God s grace The law of God and nature ts to gulde you In harbortng thus mod sty of nature not to frustrate your nature Llve your Iufe then wrthln the confTnes of grace and nature and Whatsoever you do wall prosper IPs I 27 Father Reardon O P FATHER REARDON DIRECTOR OF DISCIPLINE gets better quasnted wnth R Hellmer ' , , ta 1 4' O I . . . . 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S f I , - 4 . . . . e , , BC' Page T3 Reverend Reverend T KER OP W D VAN ROOY OP MA Physncs mechamcal drawmg English IV yournahsm fdh-3'-"t Reverend J C DEHA PENTA OP STlr Professor of phdogophy DePaul Urtversny Reverend J W REGAN OP MA ngwon I ervers Cub do 48 'Ze 'B if 1" ,.. --wr Reverend J D MALONE OP MA Economwcs socnology cuvucs Amateur Nught 36 57 dass moderator 45 and 51 cafeterwa manager 45 47 Reverend G G CONWAY OP AB Advanced aNgebra algebra solad geometry Speech forum 33 dramahcs 33 store 33 57 debatung 35 57 Dramavucs 33 36 speech tomm 33 mo erator class of 40 and 58 Wrck moderator 39 42 assustam prmctoal 42 prwncxpa! 43 45 Bwldlng Fond dsrector 44 53 BWackfr+ars 55 57 Experlenced teachers help 2 - hD FATHER MCGOWAN rehils the coke machine Father ns In charge of refreshments at all ym affairs Reverend Very Reverend Reverend J J MADRICK OP MA M FISHER OP A QU NN OP Geometry advanced a!gebra Chemtsvry genera! scwence Spamsh Amerucan htsrory Mo eravor class ot 49 dramahcw 9 Fatt-ers Club moderator 40 43 S ehce economwc geography relwguon III Ra to Club 40 oo4t rvfoderator 56 57 h AA Btackfrwars advertsmg and bosvness dt were C O e a c c a ector 38 40 FZ We Cmb 47 50 Fathers utr moderaror A7 50 Nazareth Coh ererwce 57 fic' Q, ,.,.-uv-' A 5 Page I4 , , ri AQ 1. 40 . , ' 4 ' 4 A , A , , 7' Q , ' A A A f 'P' Q 4 5 ' A ' 3? 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' 1 Car' 'nh 51,55 "1d"r N55 ' ' 7 , Y ' -' , or 51 " ,, e , , 'WSU 'Q-""' Reverend Reverend Reverend E M McGOWAN OP MS Advanced algebra solud geometry Mussnonary for Italuan parushes Eng :sh II Moderator class of 43 durector of cheer Asst durector of duscuphne leaders and pep meetungs 45 founder and manager of gym refreshment stand 39 57 New World Drrve 5l 57 to fulflll students hopes The man who runs a busuness whlch belongs to hum as likely to be belongs to the Teachers They are naturally more anxnous to make thelr school and their students a success and those students are you In their followlng messages to you at the end of the year, they reflect this unterest The young men presented hereln are our future May they brmg It wisdom Father Fisher The llfe of a student as llved here has been a source of envy to me The congenlalvty and ready frrendlrness shared by all IS an Improvement on what I found In hlgh school back home In the East Father Malone A boy be guns to grow up as soon as he does what IS expected of hum, not because he has to but because he wants to Father Robinson After you have done all these thungs, there will remain many trlals and tribulations Father Collins Reverend Reverend Reverend D D SMITH OP MA R F LARCHER OP MS PhD C ESPESO OP STL: Englush I oruentatuon Procurator professor of philosophy at Spamsh I II Wlck moderator 42 45 De Paul Unlverslty Page I5 H DURSO OP STD T A DYMEK OP MA A..-9 Reverend E M ROBINSON OP MA MS Physncs geometry algebra Radio Club 45 57 Astronomy Club 54 56 Very Reverend MORGENTHAI.ER OP BA l.atm Pnor athletuc dnrector 43 53 Reverend R F CROW! OP Al L nl rellglon I Dnrector of athletucs 54 57 hunky V , X y J I f . My . ' , so ' I more zealous than a hired manager. So here at Fenwick the school 1 . . . H1 . ,, . . 'g - . H- ,, - A ll ' I ' Q - ,,,. , ,, . . . . - . A' IV . A . 1 ' ,' , I . . ' ' I Qi' 1 ' ' . I A-qw 'N-4-up Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend I HREN J W SHERMAN O P A B Ph B In I IgIOn I Servers Club 49 53 moderator classes Asststant Sympostum dwector 54 56 Mothers Club moderator 57 Fathers Club moderator 55 57 dIrector of 54 and 60 parochual basketball and Rtfle Club 55 57 of relIgIous actIvItIes 53 55 BuIldIng swrrrtrmng 55 56 Gee Club moderator Fund dIrector 54 57 57 organtst 57 Reverend M J WHALEN OP AB Ish ll Co moderator Blacktruars 51 52 moder frrars DramatIc Gurld 54 57 B557 dIrec vcr of dtscrpltne 56 WIck moderator 57 Reverend N R ASHENBRENER OP MA Phl rmanl ll L In YCS 53 54 Band moderator 52 57 tenrns moderator 55 57 grammar school oasketball 52 54 """'P' l Reverend V BLAKE OP MA P nch l Drrector of Sympostum 52 57 W H BRENDA OP PhB M R DOOLEY OP PhB Iglon II R Igton Ill Faculty 'rrles to work Your parents have entrusted your traInIng to the faculty at least for many hours of your day And the necesslty for workmg to gether has been recognIzed Too many peple today take theIr hIgh school educatlon for granted therefore they fall to apprecuate It Stnce thus glorIous opportunuty IS a glft from God they should be grateful for If and humble about It Father Smlth I hope the sennors wIll make Important plays ID Ilfe only after carefully lookIng at the whole chessboard Apparent advantages often lose the game Father Van Rooy Any talent can move mountaIns If motlvated by love for God but no amount of talent can accomplish anythnng In a soul paralyzed by selfishness Father Whalen Happy to be back at Fenvvlck and lust as happy to find that the Amerlcan boy has not changed durlng my absence Father Qulnn I never nad the opportunlty to go to a Cathollc hugh school Yet I am thankful for the chance to teach the best of boys In the best of schools Father Dooley Reverend Reverend J H DETERMAN OP MA Ph LI: J H FREEMAN OP Ph LI: Igton ll In Moderator of cass f 57 durector of A Band moderator 53 57 Servers reltgtous actwlttes 55 57 Nazareth Con ub 53 54 Glee Club 55 ferences 55 56 F1 It 'Tj' Page I6 V X Q. X , V: , ?Ifft..f'g J, . , 0.P., A.B. . . , , ., . ., . . . . , . ., . . . , , . ., . . Lat' , lll Rel' ' , ll Rel' ' , Ill el' ' U 1 ,, . . . j . 1 - If - H - - 5 H ,, . . . I . It H . . I , ,, , , - 11 - 11 I- Engr I, IV I V 1 -I - ator of class of '5o, moderator of Black- . ' ,, . . V , , ., . ., . ic. J, . , . ., . ., h.Lic. , I , . ., . ., . ' . . , . ., , ' , G9 I tr . at I I Fre , ll I Rel' A , IV Lat ll, Ill - -- ' . - , ' -' ' o ' , ' sst. . ' -' , ' ls. . 5 ar emi I -Q ' I f . f I l . 'fl -.ref ' an Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend E M SULLIVAN 0 P PH B R McNlCHOlAS O P B A NE r P IC PIEPER O P I ash I Ill orremahon Brolcgy 1 Mcd rn I-In rc y Mo eravor class of 59 a sv Wu k mod sr H efrc dl e or al mm m Servers Club 56 cheerleader modera eralcr 57 erarcr 57 55 57 a sv grammar school vourna wr'rh mothers and dads HS 7 FRESHMEN AND THEIR PARENTS Father Smith conducts one group Jchr son J Scully and F Sr d Reverend M A LEAHY OP Ph Luc IH Drscrphne Dept secretary 57 were mvnecl vo vrsn the school September I8 lncludlng Ueff Io rlghij freshmen Z Sfuczynsku .WW Reverend A MIEHLS OP P I e gnon I II orenvavrcn ervers Club 57 Symp sum ass! Reverend Reverend MR ANTHONY R LAWLESS BA E COLUNS OP BA P I F SABLICA OP P IC d cca W physca drrectcr Amerlcan history R ng on I a efac d e r 57 grammar chccl baskevba 5 f-qi an 1- Rl -3 Page I7 I' ,, I fl""e 4 ,f . , , . ., .. . W. , , . ,, . ., Ph.B,E. P. DUN , O.P., 5.T.l ., h.l' . R. F. ., .P., h.L'c. Engl I I ' ' Hi' :ry Il e S r d ' , 3 . c - As . av I r cv '55, J od- ' ' , - me T 15 I V - - I s f. ,' I7 I ' ' 0. . , . ., hu. y ' I P I, I, Lawn , . ' f Z' r X s f f , C - I W. 1 , , , . e I. I , . , . ., , '. c. . , . ., . . h.L'f. L. . , . ., h.L' , Hee 5, I I ' R29 57 Lav' I, II ' ' el' 1 ' .' . , ' Ass.. 'HI ' rr :fc ' , 5 51 ' 7 Q' ,, , I r V ,I Q I X , .W L. rx . aff' ggi.. Je- - at s . 5 , J N '. 'Q "f I 1 MR DANIEL OBRIEN aner 34 57 fresh wan football coac 57 cw: vm un co 42 ,459 MR GEORGE T POLK U we C MR EDWARD E LUDWIG 1 J? if affix ,uf Qt-- 'hau- MRS HAZEL JAEGER MISS MARVISSE NELSON R'?Q'5"5V Secrevary MISS JOSEPHINE SIMONES B A Llb Sec ad My ar 45 Teachers show personal VETERAN BOOKSTORE MANAGER Farber Conv ay 11 ers P Terrwey LIS? LJ Mao! lback to cameraj arvo R Carlton mn the oooksvore afver school JOHN B SPATAFORA BSS MA MR WILLIAM R DUCHON BS MR CLAUDE T GORDON BS EdM sw. K 4' -Q. Page 18 7 k , E771 'f' A M 5 2 HN ., - V 1' N. L a srl. Agri I Yr I ' 1 , rw h ' . . 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L' --U dw W' W r M Af ' Vu. , 'O Qs Z' MR JACK F KERNAN BA MRS JEAN BUCKINGHAM Basketball coach physical educatuon Asst librarian 75 Qi A MR ROBERT F HLAVIN BA MEd MR ALVIN J JANIS BS En :sh ll Algebra general science 55 57 Sclence Club 56 57 Astronomy Club 57 Interest tn young frlors Teachers know that successful students are a reflection of successful teachlng Hence you are the teachers business Learnlng ns an active process on the part of the student The effort of a teacher little for the student unwilling to work Deterrnan There are a few wonderful IH the world where bodies are young are strong :deals are fresh and everythung profits Father places rmnds such a place Mr Spatafora The founder of the Dornunlcan Order an the Unlted States our patron Bishop Fenwnclc would surely be happy to see the fulfillment of has first wnsh the hagh caliber of both teach ers and students carrying on the work which was so close to his heart Q09 MR JOHN H LEWIS BA MR CLAREJ MARTINI MMus Ass football coach 56 57 Glee Club director 56 MR DANIEL W MQGRATH B A MR ROBERT 5 MAJESKE BA MR ROCCO MENZA MR GEORGE HAMPSCH B S C Publucuty dlrector 56 57 n rsh I Muslc mstructor band drrector an Il alge Track coach 57 orchestra director A 7? I--my xx Qi '15 ,qui Page I9 I ' A L , 3? 'af if t Q I' ', f' ' QI' 4 " I' . ' D U C f V 1 I I A V, ff' moves onward and upward. Fenwick is just - , A ' -- Q 1 - ' V I ' ' ' -' ' ' ' E gl' , III ' ' A ' " ' , A , Lat" I, , bra ' xi. 1 ji Q 1 -11 - - -gf fre V- T 1 ,lffif 1 V 5 4 L . 'i x i Mrs Franlal Smnh Mrs Edward J Mulholland Mrs Clarence W Marquardt Mrs Thomas P Collms 1931 1933 1933 1935 Mrs Roy E Curran 19391941 Mrs Waller R Costello 1941 1943 X 1935 1937 1937 1939 Mrs Damel H Shield 1943 1945 Mrs Thomas Cusack 1945 1946 School relolces wlth Fenwuck mothers Twenty f1ve years ago In the infancy of Fen 19461947 vvlck Mrs Frank Srnzfh directed one of the live Ioesf of The schools actlvmes 1he Moihers M,, J Emmgff pwye, Club To The present day under Yhe direction 19471948 of The presidents plcfured on Thus page The Mothers Club has kept nfs vltallty Mrs Wrllram D Ambrose 1948 1949 Lawrence S Racme 1949 1950 Mrs Wulllam D F rguson 1952 1953 Mrs Harold M B ar 19531954 Mrs C Arihur Cyw nslu 19501951 Mrs Waller J OBrren 1951 1952 Mrs George W Wllh lm 1954 1955 Mrs Thomas F Cashman 1955 1956 Page 20 ' 1 sf! - ,ul ' ,JJ ' I . . Mrs. T. Harry Ryan U - . , , h Mrs. . ' . . e d Ms J F Hor pres B Egan presldent vs WW' :dent elect and Mrs VV IS atedj Mrs W P Hrlltg recordnng secretary Mrs J F Mannton treasurer Mrs W B Egan znumgj Mrs H P OB en orresponcmg s cr a F Horan prestdentelecv an s E J Conley Urtancral secretar as club celebrates silver anmversary lSeatedJ Mrs J J Gramm house chanrman Mrs J R Fnzgerald lSeaIedJ Mrs L T Keenan s nnorrepresentatlve Ms T J Huck y Communion Breakfast chaurman Mrs C R Clohecy program yonnor representative Mrs W J Edmuer sophomore reoresewva Clwalrrnan and Mrs P J Campbell social chairman tive and Mrs R E Stamm freshman representatuve lSiandmgJRev W H B enda OP moderator Mrs R E Gorman lSfandmgl Mrs F W Pape courtesy chaurman Mrs A R Man o poblnclty clwanrman Mrs D F Hunter calendar chairman and Mrs Lrfe Memberslwlp chairman and Mrs J H OConnor ways aw! A J Kopecky Nazareth Conference chanrman means charm an 'Y K' Sega I Page 21 , , P, L ,1 ' ': 1, X' ,via 5-fl! l 9 I 's I N fx sl . A 1 J f T , f I 9' Q .Hb "' .pffgg I .... . l C .RC , . l l 3 e . . . ' I If , . , V I I V I hi 2. presrdentg and Mrs. W. J, Lancaster, vice-prestdent. . QS! " . . . ' rl ,C ' ll 3 et ryg Mrs. J. . , ' - f qi r, . . an, g . . ., . , ft... . . , y. C Q , ,e" 'gr,..'e, ' A r ,.., 7 , ' ' 5 Z. 5 , - f 1 4, J , N, .fy 1. , 1 4 7 ' " x 's K " L1 f. . f I . l", . 1 l A h . if Ill mul 'Inu 3-21' 139-if Q. 'uv' ' .. g N - V ' i Fathers' Club regular activities have continued as usual even though the organization has undertaken the extra. heavy work of The Building Fund. Falher Dooley is Club nnoderator and the director of the Building Fund. Following is a list of the olicersz President William D. Ferguson Vice-president and president-elect Jacob C. Browning Secretary Arthur H. Erie Treasurer Philip H Cordes Executive Secretary V'Jilliam McGrath, '-18 Senior Class Vice-presidents Dr. George Andrew, John F. Mannion, ay O'Brien, Jos. H. O'Connor, and Anthony Vertuno. Junior Class Vice-presidents niel R. Dores, Walter P. Hillig, Charles H. McMahon, and Eugene L. Todd, Sophomore Class Vice-presidents Burt Hohman, Robert Rigney, Larry Ryan Tlios. VV. Smith, and George Wilhelm. Freshman Class Vice-presidents 'awk L Engel, Charles Johnson, Michael Loniasz, Daniel A McNamara and .lawies Membership Committee n F Clark, Frank R De Nardo and Qrge T Hill Publicity Committee Charles T. Bartlett and James F Tobin. Visiting Committee uis J Buflardi Joseph S Leone, and wi P Simbel Advisory Board Li' -gg A lg-Cr." ly K .. o,.'.ii- x L.-'rg-i, 'ff '.' Qfzolf Page 22 l. . f. ,,,, V3 Lf, ,ff-V . 1 "And what about the future? The new addition is fiiiiS'lt'l lil 5lllf.lstg3f:,,5,lii' , 7 .. . , t it -a , 2 7 l'.i lil, l ,, til i 4 ii' glllit' 1 Vi j:i'j ......., il k t , H iii l ' Z . M- ,M f,,-1-Sw ,,.- I it - -.- AN AUDITORIUM LIKE THIS is what parents and students are awaiting with hope and interest. lt can not be completely finished until sufficient funds are raised. Building Fund report tells the story Father Dooley, Fund director, says in a letter to Fenwick friends: "We knew the type of people with which we were dealing, and so, we never grew doubtful or faint of heart. Was our faith justified? Were we right in giving you our trust? The Progress Report tells the story. still in debt to the amount of S500,000, the con- tractor estimates that it will cost another S450,000 to complete the new auditorium. We still need a great deal of assistance. Are we concerned about this? lt would be imprudent not to be, the sums of money involved are large. Are we discouraged? We still know our friends, we know with whom we are dealing. The steady growth of our pledge totals testifies to their willingness to continue to help Fenwick. "The Dominican Fathers deeply appreciate the many personal sacrifices you are making to help us Page 23 continue with your boys. We wish to thank you for your faithfulness in fulfilling your pledge. lf you continue to help us, you can be assured that Fenwick will remain Chicago's outstanding Catholic High School." Here is our financial picture: CASH PLEDGES May l, i956 ...... S 72,224.83 S37i,i85.00 July 20, T956 ...... SlO5,86O.47 5382184.10 February i, 1957 ...Sl62,858.99 54i0,049.l2 April i9, i957 ..... Si84,750.67 S47O,772.39 Fenwick's debt to Chicago Archdiocese ............ S500,000.00 Contractor's estimate on cost of completion of new addition ...... 5445000.00 S945,000.00 Difference between pledges and debt ... 5474227.61 A ,Q 9 NEW se wzagwi Q- . . 4,1-if Page 25 The 247 graduates 967 underclassmen make up the student body. The 247 graduates now have a hope fulfilled - their Fenwick diplomas. They are growing to manhood. The underclass- men, still with their foibles and failings of boyhood, are working their way up. A joy to the heart of our patron To have thousands ot young people under the tutelage ot the Dominican Fathers was the ardent hope ot Bishop Fenwick. lt was not until about l8l2 that his proposed Col- lege ot St. Thomas ot Aquin was hnally completed tor the education ot the youth of Kentucky and surrounding states. The nurnloer who came to it was a great ioy to Father Fenwick the realization of a long-cherished dream. At one time it had an enrollment ot more than two hundred a large number tor that period. Within its walls many men ot note were educated, men who became well known in their professions. Among the most interest- ing tor Fenwick students are Abrahant Lincoln's school teacher, Zachariah Riney: and Jetterson Davis, president ct the Con- federate States of the South. JeFFerson Davis, as a boy, travelled on a pony all the way from the extreme south- western county ot Mississippi. iMr. Davis' recollections ot the school will he found on page 69 in the Studies sectioi' ot this bookl Adams, Thomas Kevin ST, Edmund, Oak Park Amaleur Night l,4 Dance Commmee 3,4 Drarnafucs 4 French Club 3,4 Football l 5 Class Courwcll 34 Prom Commmee 3 Baskevhall Mqr 2 Allen, lawrence John Alumbaugh, Dennis Lee Sv. Glles, Chicago Sv. Vlncenv Ferrer Asvroncfry Club l,2,3,-4 Elmwood Park Servers' Club 3,4 Basketball l Wuck 3,4 Dance Commivvee 3 Honor Socuely 4 French Club 3,4 Wick 34 Inramural Swimming 23 -1 Sv Lacy Easke'l3al' Wlck 3,4 Ol '? Anderl, George Thomas Andrew, Terrence George . Oak Parr Sf. Glles, Oak Park 1 Amafeur Nlghl l,3,4 Baskevball 2 Deballng l Radio Club l Wlck 34 Arndv James John cemslor Oak ar er ,ff 713,71 sy,-'xi . -1:4 Q' -:vw Andrus Russell Edward Sv Margaret Mary Ch cage French Club A Track 4 Anfepenko Russell Slanley Mary ol L Bane Kelfh James crm Heal r '73 THE MEN WHO LEAD flue sensor class are lleff fo rnghlj J Pevfmger vreasurer lall lV95ldCl1Y Famer Deverman modcralor D Gruqlvlw wqepresrdem and J Jones secretary All have been actlye leaders for 'Our years Barnes Roben Theodore ar R ver lc e nge J' - .J Page '16 Barlleil Muchael Char 'Q Oa wk f Bohanek Roberl Frank A alm-rv C cal a 4' 4. i Y.C. , 1 ' ' ' , ' S ' d b TTI X S1 l I Cflle Clwcaw Yvffvcl' Cl lx 3 4 C R gr ', 3 g ' , g , , - ' . lvl I - V I , ' , , ' les , A5 , ' P, L Sa ff 1 Lcvvleavfa S' 'V y l 5 l S' Eclw,-nd k P, S' C . Vw 1: 'rarfl Ffcvzea i--av ' Nu'-r 4 D-a'e.r Nuff A A-' 'Veer Nu'-' ' Z3-1 y Q 5 I ' ,, ,,. fn,,.,,,, 4 feat? Q, ,,., ,. ..,,,, 4 L-.,.,.,,,, r , - - ' . Vs- v' L' ' fl-1 iw-rt' fl I' 3,1 A F T- 7 .1 -V 'I A T X r r 3 4 ,,,,, .4 Y . 1 ' Qfa , k M, 333534 ' -f 1- : J L 1, ' ,. 1 ' U5 , g i . , W ' if ' 3 ' -. 'sr l- , 4 7' S Q d - 5 f Q J ri? AA X X 5 xc: " ,, v . " w N 5 ef f Ml f "Pk -4 l P 2535: ,JI 4 - sf loscia, Oresta John Boyle, James Francis Braun, Craig Alan Brenoisan, Robert John St. Mary, Riverside Presentation, Chicago St. James, Maywood St. Mary of Celle, Berwyn Dance Committee 3,4 Amateur Night A Dance Committee 4 Golf l,2,3,4 Basketball l Drarnatics 3 French Club 3,4 Y.C,S. l Football l,2 ready for college The best years of thelr lnves everyone says of hugh school students When vt comes time to leave Fenwick, the seniors appreclate that such a statement, doubted for four years, IS really the truth Strange It ns, but the memories of troubles and struggles seem the brightest now, the good things were taken for granted But when It IS all over and a new mode of lute IS ID the oftlng, werent even the troubles lnterestlng'7 Now they know that experience IH handllng dit flcultnes, experience In getting along agreeably with those who seem to make things dlftlcult IS all part of gettnng ready to meet the ups and downs of Ilfe as It really us and wnll be As In any struggle for success leaders soon emerge Donald Rngalu has been class president for four years, Secre tary Walter Jones has held a mayor ottlce each year The lust of actnvntles printed under each picture rn this catalog ot seniors gives an Idea ot the number of students who have found tame to supplement thelr studies with worthwhile extracurricular experlences The present graduating class has succeeded In producing leaders in every school activity Calabrese William Aunolo Divine Infant Westchester Byrne William Mlchael Ascension Oak Park St Mary Riverside French Club 34 Dance Committee Radio Club l 2 3 Swimming I2 Track 3 Campbell George Vincent Burke Thomas Joseph St Vincent Ferrer lmwood Park French Club 3 4 Burke Thomas William St Francis Borgla Chicago Basketball 234 Football l ervers Club 4 Natnonal Honor Society 4 Homecoming Parade 4 S Campbell James Bruce St Vincent Ferrer Elmwood Park Amateur Night 2 Astronomy Club 12 Band l 2 3 Dance Commuttee 3 Radio Club A Lute Guard A .f-1 41.1 ww , .ta If Page 27 lukovaky, Jose h Frank St. Barbara, Erookfield Cheerleader l,2,3 Wick 3 German Club A Canning Matthew Aloyslus Resurrection Chicago Radio Club 3 Track 2 4 "3 H - 4 H - - I ' . 1 ' . . . 5 ' ' , . . . , ' I , . 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Capek Machael Joseph Carretta Rnchard louus St Luke Rrver Forest St Celestrne Dance Ccmmtttee 34 E mwood Park Server Club 2 Dance Comrnuttee 4 Swlmrmng 2 Wck 34 Clmkert Dona d John Our Lady ot Charrty Crcero Football l German Club Secretary A Ctmlno Donald James St Vrncent Rlver Forest Amateur Night Basketball l Dance Commuttee Football l234 Cleary Mucha l Pa nck LaGrange Park Dance Commlttee 4 French Club A Track 2 Wick 341 Coakley Eugene Patrrck St Catherlne ct Sena Chrcago French Club 3.1 Football l 2 Ra to Club l Carroll Robert Patrtck Cerny John Charles Chudxlk Francis Steven J St Catherune ot Suena St Frances of Rome Clcero St Cypruan Rlver Grove Oak Park Swrmrmng l 2 3 4 Football l 2 Dramatrcs 3 4 Football Mgr l S Wlck 3 4 Coffman Robert Greeley Cogan Edward Lee Amateur N ght 2 Ama eJr N ght Band l 2 etball Camera Club l 2 5 Sentors hope to brmg The glorles of outsrde actnvrtues are lndeed, a source of prlde to the sensors, but to fulfill the purpose of a college preparatory school like Fenwick and to bring honor to them selves and to theur school and Patron Bnshop Fenwrck the leadlng drstlnctron as to be a real student to be well prepared to continue with hugher education Even the underclassmen know the dlftlculty of attaln Ing Honor Roll QA averagel dlstlnctlon Among the leading contenders tor scholastlc honors over the four years are Thomas Kelly Charles Rueck, John Vrtls Ronald Dvorak and George Anderl Among others who made the Honors durlng sensor year when It counts most, are Raymon Farrar Russell Dhooge, Donald Nllellce Robert Erie Thomas Rlpltnger, and Robert Barnes The sensors great soclal fanctlon ot the year was the Fall Contraternuty under the dlrectlon of Father Determan moderator, and Thomas Dooley and Thomas Qchoenbaum chairmen In an attempt to conform with good taste and pre vent the unpleasant practtce of dining In the wee hours after dances, the senlors pretaced their Prom May 29 wlth a dlnner at Alloauers Fureslde Restaurant Collms Robert In eah Resurrectron Chlcaoo Astronomy Club 2 Clee C ub l Ba ketball S orer St Ferdmand Ch cago S Edmund Oak ark ench C ub A le Club l lc 2 H Page 28 I , N. I Q Q W 1? , ' , 'I ' . I 'I 1 '. I ' , r ' ' ' , l ' ' vc. . 1 ' l r C I - . . . . 3 I I I . l I I F I I 7 ' 1 I 1 . I I I II . St. Francis Xavier, ' I ' ' f . NI I 1 I ' , I II ' I I I 1 I I I II r I III , I . ' I i ,A f l A , Bark l - i , , YC.', I S 1 3.1 d Fr ' G e W k YC S. l,2 ea.. Conley John Thomas St Vtncent Ferrer Elmwood Park Astronomy Club l 2 B nd l 2 Cordes Phtltp John Cormaclx Wtlltam Thomas Cummins James Francs St Odtlo Berwyn Ascensuon Oak Park St Stmeon Belwood Amateur Nnght 4 Astronomy Club l Amateur Ntght A Dance Commtttee 4 Vrce presrdenf 2 Dance Cornmlttee 4 Glee Club l Gee Club l French Club 34 Radto Club 4 Na tonal Honcr Soctetv 4 Football l2 T ck l 2 3 Basketba I Scorer 3 4 honor 'ro their patron GROWING UP BECOMES SERIOUS to D Okerbloom as he struggles with a SSl'lIOl' test Open SPGCE SEBTIYTQ Bfl'Bl'1g8lT1Ef'll l'T1Bk8S IT EBSY TOY' proctors Servers Club 2 Prom Comm ttee 3 Ba ketball Scorer 3 Dedtz Ronald John S Cathertne ol S ena Amateur Nlghf 4 Basketball 2 3 4 De Pasqua e Fredertck Marlo S Catherne ct Serta Cntcago Roosevelt Htglt School I2 Dhooge Russell Leslie Dt Domenico Wtlllam Anthony Donahue Robert Jerome Dooley Thomas Franus 5' Leonard Berwyn Mater Chrxstt Resurrectton Chlcago St Luke Rtver Forest Band l 23 A cr Rtverstde Football l 234 Dance Cornmtttee 3 Ra no Club l 2 3 4 Prom Ccmmtttee 3 4 Chatrrnan 4 5 Giee Club l Natuonal Honor Socletv 4 Servers Club 234 Wuck 3 4 Nattonal Honor Soctery 4 S Da vson Pafrtck Edward Our Lady Help f Chrtsttans Chtcago Football l 2 S Dorosz John Donald St Mary Rlverslde French Club 4 Page 29 Fil! Q , A , l " J ' ' X 5 , ' b J lun' A , tc.. 1,21 ra ,, I , ' I 0 Y, . i , f. J .1 z lla t Nth'll' J n V' f 4 'Q d T I , I Y.C:.l,2 Y.C.,l is-I .I Drammis, John Joseph Dring, Robert linco!n Sv Mary, Riverswde Sv, La:-,, Oak Park Awafeur Nxghv 4 AmaTeur Nqr! A Dance Comm Hee A wo Clue I French Club 34 of I 2 Servers Club 34 Qwlmmmg Track 4 lnvramural Golf 3 Farrar Raymon Srephen Jcl ana Crmcago o bot ev 'vwvwwng 2 L feguard 2 3 A Erie Robert Arrhur Sv Edmund Oak Dance Corwwfvee Svvm vwng W 2 3 A Wck 34 Fahey Eugene Michael SY Gwies Chrcaco Dance Comnmee .1 German Clob Ferguson James Edward V ncenr Per e N v noon P Hr! r Dvorak, Ronald Blackfrars 4 Vck 3 assocra sports ednor Naruonal Honor S Josenh Emrich, R r Besseo Angels, Crwcagzc Sv, Ecra Asrronom ve ednor JV ck 3 A oben William Engel, Joseph Frank Wa, Eroadve.-. Sv. Angeia, Oak Park Ln Dance Comm ne 3 4 French Cub A S Track Somew 4 Prom Commmee Sensors help realize AT A SENIOR SOCIAL P Sheehan and hrs father Fwd parenfveacher relahons eas4er vhan when held In Father Jacobs offce Ferguson John Dunn Flkels John Wayne G We Oak ar r Ladv D ce C e BEN Q wr Page 30 y CN L 2 3 ' E 1 Rad . ,3,.1 '. 1 , , -1 ' A , , Sz I, 3 4 Y.C. . 1,2 2 G N , ,3,A 4 , ' 3 ' , Y.C . 1,2 ' 3 Q o I, 1 , ' Pa k . H TJ . . A ' Pg C ' 1 A Sl' wa 1 ,. . ,N , f LN' , J ' r E , 1 S, '- , I S, ,' Y , 5' lg, P L OJ' ' cf H3 , 'vgur' O, I .nxt ' e Asffc., ,FY OJ: y E ,, ' af, new ,WV yv .1 Y -.rvm A Y Mah- ,Fark Sgrwa-w Chu: 4 Avrmww-Y Cer ' Sewer, Oar F 2 3 -1 wer ms rz J ':c'lia A -a' .na Hama' . .1 Ba I2 Vern-a' 3 -"-Nik 3 pg, ' f. 3 '3e"rw" I ' -I '.'. cr 3 - ' 4 J . 1 A 1' V ' 'S N gif. 'A 1 J ' 5 A 'uv Floravanh Carmen Frank r Lady of Mo TCG an cse X Fischer Wllllam Joseph Fltzgerald Dennis Michael Mary Queen of Heaven Ascensuon Oak Park Chucago Amateur Nrght A Amateur Night I Astronomy Club I Band I 2 3 4 Servers Club I Glee Club I Foley Daniel James Foley Gerald Patn: St Edmund Oak Park Our Lady Help Amateur Nught 4 Band I 2 3 4 Dance Commrttee I Glee Club I 2 Server Club I 2 3 A German Club 34 Prom Commlttee 3 Blshop Fenwlcks hope wu- J CONLEY GROWS UP he accepts the responsubrluty of pay mg has honest debts to a loyful credutor D Leonard: fnghtl 234 Chrnstuans Chicago Astronomy Club Gavln Donald John Fuller Res ,ff Thomas Patnck urrectlon Chncago Football 3 Glee Club I Track 2 3 Amateur Nught 4 Duvme Infant Westchester Amateur Nught Chawrman 4 Leo Hugh I2 Gaynor Wlllnam Roger St Grles Chcago Greenwood Mlchael Gilbert Jerome lee Gormo Paul Gerard Gorman Richard James St Louise de Marlllac St Frances of Rome Clcero St Catherine of Slena LaGrange Park Glee Club I Chlcago Sfone Park Football I 2 Swrmmmg 2 Amateur Nught A German Club S Tennis 34 Dance Commrttee 4 Track 4 St Gr es Chncago James Greig Joseph Frederick St Charles Borromeo 73 KN .1 193' '-wi Page 31 y y fz P ,I 1, rf'Vf'f'f I ' tfltl f tt . I . . . I . . 1 . I . M I . . I I .' I . l . . . of I ' ' . I I I I ' I Germarl Club 4 Y.C.S. I,2 Dramatics 3 I I I I ' 0 0 I Q Q er : I I ' ' -. .. i Q I t 'ar AS . , ' " - . I ' ' , . I , ' . I I ' ' , , 'I ,I I' I. l . Y.c. . 1 ' ' , A 2 7 Grimth, Daniel Robert Sv. Luke, River Fore Arrafew Night 4 Dance Committee 4 French Club President F ovbali 2 3 A Sw rm-rung l 2 3 4 Track I Cass Vice President A Grunt, Dennis Paul s' Sacred Heart, Mercse Park 4 I Haske Anthony James Robert e a v Nc wood Pam cg' vcr- v 'CS ao Harrington Robert Thomas Sv Simeon Bellwood Amarecu N:gh1 A Dance Committee A S Parade Ccmmmee Hart Rcbert Thcmas Ascension Calc Pak nn 6 r Night Focvce 1 He mes John Francis Lady He f as 'F Divine Infant, We Amateur Night 3 .4 Ra o Club l S'amp Club l Volieyball Champion Basetafi 3 4 S Hacker, Richard Walter Hanks, John Charles .Vc"92'ev S' Pvisci , OWU l' 'Y Hanley, A'an Philip Ascension, ek Par-Q B sketoaii T2 3 4 Dance Commwltee .I French Club 34 Baceba I A Seniors must prove BECOMING AN ADU T has its pleasures too for J Lukownz whc has found af the Fall Confrarernlfy dance something 0 tak has nind cf? the books Het! Don Michael r rlrn Robert Henry eonam e fd HC N Qt-v C fa F Page 32 v fa r Hromadlma Dennis LeRoy C ram Ha C ic cc O . 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" ' "' -. .., 4 .53 ,WAI 4, . ,L .. i ,gf A A , vcflej p 'E 4 . .Q -' ' c iz ,Jw :fx 7 XR C 4 ' 5 4 ' ' - X i l Q 'U' Hughes Owen Francis Hunter David Edward Hunyady Wllham August Ingersoll Ruchard Donald Jones Robert Franzus Ascenslon Oak Park S Grles Oak vk O r Lady Hep Eulalra Maw ood Iv Lady Helo o gee Club I 2 Basketball l Chrlsvlans Chvcago Astronomy Club I 2 r C' ca I? o Club I Football I Amavear Ng t A Dance Cowmnee A Track 2 o ball W Ck 4 Y V S Thelr patron wos rlghf M v-,ubalall Jump A MAN S RESPONSIBILITIES have to be met Bob Erne sensor hovers around the Marune recrumng desk at Oak Park posvoflllce Jones Walter Thomas Sv James Maywood s erball I 2 3 Dance Commlttee 3.1 Football I Class Omcer I 2 3 4 S Judge Bernard Marhn Dlvme Infant Westchester Amateo N oh! 4 Football 3 German Club Treasare Judy, Leonard Paul Kamm, Robert Francis Karalis, Alex Anthony Kasper, James Joseph Keeler, Thomas Joseph Sv. Frances of Rome, Clcero Sl. Edmond, Oak Park Sv. John Viarmy, Northlake Duvme Infant, Westchester St, Luke, River Forest Basketball l,2,3,A Band I,2,3,4 Dance Comminee A Football I,2 Glee Club 4 Football I Wick 3 Y.C.S. 1,2 German Club A N,H.S. A 9 .K , K , 4454 We, -mg i .At 'T A :sr Q Page 33 na. -491 Basketball 23,4 Server Cob 23,4 I Y,C.S, N.H.S. Q A if Keenan Rlchard Thomas Sr Edmund Oak Pa Camera Club l Dance Commmee .1 French Club 3.1 Svvlrnmlng 2 3 W ck 3 A S Kelly James T Sv Mary R vers me f 2 Sewer Club 2 3 -1 Swlrnrnung l 2 3 Klnn Palnck James Sv Mary R versace Astronomy l Dance Comrnrnee 3 -1 ee Clulv Klednlx Michael Vrncent Our Lady Cl lcau I Kelly Thomas Stephen Kerekes John James Kung Dennns Joseph Francls Xafe Duvlne awor Norrldge Sl Jullana Chlcago LaGrange Camera Club A Class Councll 3 S Cneerleader l2 French Club 34 Seniors ready To show THE BOOK IS OVERDUE so T Ruplmger and Llbrarlan Mess Snmones calculate he f7ne ro be pald The smule nndncares fhar growmg up makes responsnbulmes no e acceptable Knudsen Bruce Eugene Kolek Kennevh Henry Korbas Damel Joseph Kondek Joseph S ephen Konnek Frank Joseph Sv Barbara Brook'e lr 1 Q Ga S Celesvlne Sl Leonard B rwne Inlanv Wes lese acklrnars 34 Cr cauc ood a ovball l Bovnllnq 3 amera Club , r Drarnallcs 3 ee Club Llleguard A 4- Page 34 Kornglebel Barry Joseph Kowalski Kenneih Waller Kranlmoslu Rlchard Paul Kubaclu Ronald Dannel Kuehl Ernest August S1 Edmund Oak Park St Mary of Celle Berwyn St Mary Rlyers cle Ascenslon Oak Park St Phrlomena Ch :ago Amateur Nrght 4 Bow ng 3 Rad o Club 2 B nd l 2 3 4 German Clul' Presrclent 4 Dance Commrvtee 4 Camera Club l Bowlng 3 Glee Club l2 Tenn s 2 Llegaard .1 Dommlccm 'rrommg CH camo St Mary of Celle Amateur Nlght 3 Camera Club l Glee Club l errvwan Club .1 SERIOUSNESS SETS IN with growing up D O Connor holds lrght for T McCarron mechamc as they lock for the source of the engme trouble lalls Robert Allen Our Lady Help of Cnrustlans Chlcago Prfle Club l Ge man Club 4 lah Gordon Gerald S1 Leonard Svrckney ft. 'Y' up-af Lancaster Wlllnam Joseph land: Frank Catherrne of Srena St Gr es Clmcag lcago Aslronomy l Rl3CliffI5l'S 3 Debahng A German Club 4 Kuhier James Edward St Catrersne of Srena Kusmuder Raymond Joseph Berwyn land: Nncholas 'J St Glles Clucago Page 35 , F' f , 3' 0 , iz ' P1 -' 'l,,3,.l 5 ' Q ' C O I I rcflfl Band l,2,3,A I G f I . , I . Ch. r 5:5 xwxnx W lf 1 01 ev? Lawton James Norbert Leahy Kenneth James Lennon Wllllam James Leonard: Dennis Charles llcar Jack George St Domatrlla Berkeley St Eugene Norwook Park St Catherrne of Srena St Thomas Aqulnas Our Lady cl the Noun! Football l Chrcago Chucago Crcero Lowth James Edward St Ferdunand Clwlcago German Club A luckey John Joseph Immaculate Conceptlon Chucago Loyola Academy l2 Amateur Night A Amateur Nrght A Amateur Nugbt 4 Basketball l 2 34 French Club A Dance Committee 4 Track 4 Track 2 German Club 4 Sensors carry forth TOWARD THE END OF HIS TEENS the work gets more dlmcult .l Rund dns covers thls as he struggles wnh l-us rhetorlc book Manmon James Edward Lukowltz Jerome Franns lyne Damel Joseph Lyons John Wllltam St Bartholomew Chicago Resurrect on Chtcago St Frances ol Rome Ana eu Ntglwt A Oak Park v Cros en arv S Madda Robert Joseph Resurrecvlon Clwcago Basketball I Dance Commrttee 3 French Clcb 34 otball l of l Q Oak av Basketball Szorer 3 Q--"P alll 11" Page 36 Matuynskn Warren Francis Good Shepherd Checago Astronomy Club 2 Track 3 4 Champuonshtp Boxung Amateur Ntght 4 German Club 4 Mauro Anthony Robert son Wllllam Bruce St Luke River Forest St Francls Xavner Amateur Nughv A LaGrange Dance Committee 34 Amateur Ntght A Wick 34 Basketball 3 Athletuc Manager l 23 Cheerleader 4 S Swnmmung l the name of Fenwick NOW COMES THE WORK OF A MAN for P Klnn who IS a chef at a local lunch counter Pat cooks after school and Saturdays Moulns John Herman Muller lows Robert St Mary Rlversude St Eulalna Maywood Band l Basketball 2 3 4 Swummnng l 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Wlck 3 N H S Mornny Ralph Thomas St Eulalna Maywood Basketball 2 Dance Commntee 3 French Club 34 Go 1 'T' Page 37 Mlelke Donald John Makes John Leif Ascensnon Oak Park St Celestune Amateur Nught 24 Elmwood Park Band l 2 3 4 Wnck 3 German Band 2 St Edmund Oak Park German Club 4 Moore Timothy John St Edmund Oak Park French Club 4 Mulvenna Thomas Patrlek Mulvnhlll Thomas Joseph St Francts Xavuer St Catherme of Snena LaGrange Oak Park Amateur Night 4 French Club 4 Dance Cornmlttee 4 Server Club l 2 S Swimming l 2 3 4 ' '-1 , 'iw 5 f 1 I X dike, , I F At ,' l 8 z., r' ,A I I Ma , I .I ' . . I V . I 4 . 4 .I l ll .- I 1,2 l l l l Y.c. . 1,4 ' ' ' ' I ' f Mitterer, William Joseph X l., 'x lx l lf ' ,..4 v.c..1 'A ,f, . '15 N? , ' K A 1 ' 7 H :R V' Murphy James Patrick McAloon Timothy Pafrlclr Sl Lucy Clwcagc SY Leonard Serv-yn Padre Club l Glee Club l S Radio Club 3 R fle Club 3 McDonald Thomas Edward Rrfle Club 4 Boxing Clwampwon l McGovern Mnchael Kane B skevl-all l 2 3 A Dance Commmee 3 Foovball l 2 3 A G f I Track l Vice Pre Se r McGuure John Joseph Mclnerney Joseph Aloysnus Sv Vmcenv Ferre Gr e Oak Pau R wer Foresv Arr avec N of Dance Comm nee A S Foofball l Jlee Club 3 .1 ver Club ug McCarron Thomas Edwar Ascensuon Oak Park Amaleur Nlghv 4 Basketball 1 5 Homecommg Commmee G f l d McCarthy John Mlchael Sv Angela Chvcago Amaveur Nlghv 4 McCau'ey James Harold Camera Club ll Debavrng l Dramancs 4 Rlfle Club 4 W ck 3 4 Sensors mlrror Fenwuck READY FOR ANOTHER STEP In lufe D Hunler w Hugh FSC about S1 MarysCollege College Mclieown Arthur Leo Sv Angea Ch cage Mclean Allen Damel St Bernadme Fore: Foovball 2 Gee Club l Ra 0 ClCb l ve C b K nth hrs parents consulvs Brother Nvghf was held here October 16 McMahon Robert James Sv James Mavwooo Ama eur Nrqhv 3 A Band 2 ee Clcb l Page 33 rf? ' 5 1, V 'ETFEG I , I I V . I 'V . I V , I - .N V Y C. . l I Y.C. . l ' 4 r I ol o o a 41, i - SY. Luke, Rlver Foresi w a , , , , , ' ' on ' ' ' ' ' - s.l, c.2,'les,3 1 rr I . I r, Sv I V 1 , 1 . I ' , 2 Pa x . ' , ,r 1 . . . V r v C l J l 1, 3,4 or I G 1 2 'R , , Sen f lu l S6-V' -,l23-I 'far l,2 Soll 3,-1 Goss Ccqvr. A ss, -- ru.. K l2 3 4 X 2 . A . NeH'eOon James Thomas St Angela Oak Park Football I2 3 A Server Club 2 Hcrnecommg Parade 4 McManlgal Thomas Arnold McQuard James Eugene Ascenslon Oak Park St Joseph Downers Grove Amateur Night 2 4 Band l 2 3 4 Wlck 3 German Band 2 rn college and life ADULTHOOD DEMANDS COOPERATION ln communlty BHBIYS Seniors M Mc Govern and D Grnfllth vtsnt a homeroom to encourage the gettung of ads and patrons for the Junuor Tournament book Olxerbloom Dennrs Mullen St Catherme of Slena Oak Park Basketball l 2 O Donnell Thomas John St Odllo Berwyn Amateur Nrght 4 Dance Commuttee 4 Track l 2 3 0Day Danrel Mrehael St Luke River Forest Nrwa Marvrn Floyd St Thecla Chlcago Basketball 2 3 4 O Connell Robert Andrew St Vlncent Ferrer Ruver Forest Amateur Nnghv A Cheerleaders 4 Football l Server Club l 2 Cbamplonsbup Basketba l 3 A O Connor Davrd Char es Ascensuon Oak Park Basketball l Cheerleader 4 S Olron Reber! Bernard Immaculate Conceptuon Norwood Park Glee Club I Pufle Club 3 Server Club N S A German Club O Brren Patrrck Raymond Ascenston Oak Park Football l 2 3 Baseball 3 A O Nell James Francrs Ascensuon Oak Park Page 39 , V f . U A I xr ' , x , r 1 1 , . 2 ' , , I, I . I 7,1 2 ,I I r I I4 0 0 Swimming l l,2,3 ' - f 0- Y.C. . l . , ' ' ,4 3,4 .H, . A ff S I , '29 f-ww. QQ Pape Gerald Francns Pardell John Steven Parsons Rrchard Francts Peary Robert Thomas Peroraro Joel Robert V ere' CGWSWS U Cdflo t Ferdlnand cr :ago SY Mary Rivers de St Mary ot Celle Berhyn Mt Carmel Melrose Pa -A Basketball l Basketball l 2 B nd l 2 Amateur Night -1 Bas etball l 2 3 .1 Dance Cornmrttee .Q Dance Cornmlttee A Stamp Club l 3 Football 2 3 4 Swlmrnmg 2 34 French Club 4 German Club A Baseball 3 Wrck 3 Ra o Club l234 Baseball 3 4 Sensors another Imk Pellagrtno Phulup Felix St Lucy Chrcago Basketball l 2 French Club A Football l 2 Pettinger, John Dennis S. Angela, CN can Dance Commrvtee 3 rver Club l,2,3 ' .lwnlnq ,2, C ass omcer l 3,4 Petlak Edward Joseph Annonclat o Glee Clel Pickell, James Francis l7eVlll9 V 'l Chrcago Cheerleader 3 -1 D nce Com-vlttee 2 Football l Hovvretomlncg Co 't"k "r , sel a'l ,...f CHILDHOOD HAS PASSED for P. Cordes as he uses his razor to smooth up fo the prom. He and T, O'Donnell lrightl prepare to call for thelr faur ladles Pierce, Norman Edmond Puchalslri, Donald Joseph Quinn Wnllnam John Regerrectlen, Cb :aqc S Joseph, Su ' Y Edtvwod Oda pd Dance Commltvee 3,-1 Amateur Nrgtrt .1 Dance Corrrmltver- .1 Football l Dance C mmlttee A W mm 9 Server Club 2,3-1 Server Club 3 rw-S wrmmrng l 2, , wr-w x q ,Z lfdik 4 lra lx 4 S Baselna A r 4 -4 S 1 Y ?' Page 40 Rauch Ronald Ruchard Reagan Joseph Emmett Reese Mrchael Colfer Rezutko Kenneth Robert Our Lady of the Angels Dlvune lnfanf Westchester St Angela Chicago St Francls of Assussr Chncago Dance Committee 4 Football 2 Chrcago Football 3 Dramatvcs 3 Srvlmmmg 2 3 4 Amateur Nught 4 Marmlon Mllvtary Academy l 2 Glee Club l Dance Commrrtee 4 Radlo Club l Servers Club 2 3 In cz fulfilled hope THE MOTHERS FINAL TOUCH prepares T ODonnelI pataently wants to get started for the Prom Rogus Ralph Muchael Romanlak Walter Leonard Glee Club l2 St Joseph Chucago Golf 3 4 Radio Club 3 Rlfle Club 34 Science Club 3 Rngaln Donald Davns Sv Catherlrve of Sena Oak Park Basketball l 2 3 4 Football l 2 3 4 Track 4 N S 4 Class Ofllcer l 2 3 4 Prom Cowmrtee Rlplmger Thomas Joseph St Edwad C cap De atrnq l 2 3 4 French Club 3 Server Club 2 3 4 Sacrnstan 3 .1 Wick 4 N S 4 S whsle P Cordes nm Rountree Thomas Francus Rund James Edward Our Lady Help of St Odnlo Berwyn Christians Chicago Dance Commrttee 4 Football 23 Rlfle Club 4 Rreclc Charles Lange S Gu es Chucago Astronomy Debatung 2 Dramatucs Raduo Club I3 4 Server Club l 2 J 4 Sa rrstan 2 3 4 Wick 3 4 N S 4 S fl Sammon Michael Edward Sf Luke River Forest Blackfruars 4 Cheerleaders 4 Dance Comrnlttee 4 French Club 4 Tennls 3 4 Page 41 ' l . . 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'H 3 '73 W 'S Scallse Frank Jerome St Lucy Chrcago Amateur Nrght 4 Dance Commrttee 4 Savmo Alfred Phuhp St Vuncent Rrver Forest Dance Commmee 4 Glee Club l Radro Club l S S Schmid John Stephen St Ar-gela Chrcago Schcenbaum Thomas John Luke Rrver Forest Dance Ccmmntee 34 Track 34 Wlck 34 Natrona Honor Socte y 4 Scanlon Joseph John Scharhle Dayld Anthony S H anser Joseph Henry St Gales Chlcago Our Lady of the Angels St Loulse de Martllac Amateur Nught 4 Chrcago LaGrange Park Dance Comrnlttee 4 Amateur Nrght 4 Amateur Nlght A Rrfle Club l 2 3 A treasurer 4 Dance Committee A Camera Club l 2 4 Volleyball Dance Committee 4 Champronshrp l 2 3 4 Homecomrng Parade 4 Seniors are confident that they have kept pace wuth precedlng classes In leader shlp Outstanding leaders were N Wegerzyn who played the lead ID the senuor play and was superlor In sentor de batlng T Rlpllnger, who made the finals IH the St Thomas Symposium, W Hunyady who won a scholarship for his excellent work for The New World R Houlllon who was presrdent of the Band and of the Camera Club J Vrtls flrst semester Wnck edutor R Dvorak second semester edttor of the Wlck and sports wrrter for the yearbook B Knudsen, ball team D Grlfhth and L Muller, leading football scorers M Sammon, bowllng champton T Bcrrke captain of the sensor basketballers D Hett, captain of the lunlors and J McGulre D Puchalskl J Pettrnger and N Pierce, who set a natlonal medley relay swlmmlng record B Knudsen Blacktrlars editor speaks a flnal word tor hrs class After tour years here at Fenwlck we hope the Class of 57 has left a mark In the memorues ot the Fathers and has accomplished many things ot which teachers parents, and all those with whom we have come rn Contact wull be proud Farewell Fenwick Schorsch Donald Peter Schratx John Matthew Schuster Phlllp Francns Sheehan Paul Edward Sherry Wllllam James St Pruscrlla Chlcago S Plus X Strckney St Francus Xavrer St Robert Bellarmrne St Bernardlne Forest Park Astronomy Club 3 Glee Club l Western Sprrngs Chtcago Got A Intramural B ketbal fi A t l 2 ketball l 2 Radro Club 3 W ck 34 Rrtle Club 4 Tennls 4 Homecomtng Pa ade A T Page 42 Y.c.,1 Y.C..l I I C O I . I I I . . . II I ' ' l l u I ff - 1 - , - ll ' ll I .' I A , . editor-in-chief of "Blacktriars"g D. Rigali, captain of the toot- : . - : . I ' 'I ' l I ' I ,., . " s,. ,' ' ,, . ,, - v . ' I I ,' I . l I . I ' . I I ' . I ' , I II as 2 , Got , ,3,4 Bas , ,3 W :vw I - X I 1' Shockey Ronald Vnctor St Francis Xavler Western Sprnngs Basketball l 2 Football l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Student Council l 2 3 4 Prom Commnttee 3 Natnonal Honor Society Sleplclma Frank James St Mary of Celle Berwyn Smith Peter Michael Ascensuon Oak Park Amateur Night 4 Dance Commuttee 4 Glee Club 12 Specht Joseph Franeu St Lucy Chrcago Wuck 34 Showel John leo St Vlncent Ferrer Rtver Forest Dance Commrttee 3 Debatung 2 Tenms 2 3 Wck 4 Football Manager l Skach Robert Rrchard St Pascal Chscago Amatexr Nrght 'I Track 3 Wuck 34 Shufhtowslu Peter Rudolph Amateur Night 4 Dance Commuttee 3 Sm lmmlng l 2 3 4 Tennls l 2 3 4 Chicago Amateur Nu ht 4 l Smtlamrh S rancts Xayrer LaGrange Park Blacktrlars 34 Camera Club l 2 34 President 4 Wnck 34 Daniel Joseph Stanton Edward John Stella Mlchael Bruce Materntty of the BVM Ascensoon Oak Park Chtcago Amateur Night 23 Football l Band l 2 3 4 Glee Clu l Swlmm ng l 2 German C ub 4 Stralxa Paul Joseph St Mary Rlverstde French Club 34 Glee Club I 2 Page 43 Smith Raymond Kenneth St Thomas Aqumas Q Basketball Manager 3 4 Sokol Anthony Joseph St Louise Broold7e'd Sltrypelx Wayne Thomas St Francts of Assust Chtcago Track 4 Sulllvan James Patnclr St luke Ruver Forest Cheerleaders I4 Dance Comrmttee A Glee Club l German Club 4 V W . . 4 - ' , y, A I' I W Football Manager 4 I rx - 1. F " l ' , J' -lint lf X l 1 'X Sullivan John Edmund St Odulo Berwyn Basketball l Yosto Gabrnel Peter 51 Frances o' Rowe C ce o Football 2 3 4 Gee Clob l Sullnvan John Walter Ascenslon Oak Park Amateur Nlgbt A Basketball l 2 3 A Football l Thoner Charles Mrchael Sr Gales Clwlcago Astronomy l Dance Comrnlttee .1 Server Club 2 Tleman Wrlllam Arthur scans on Oa rack Y Francls Xav er LaGrange Park Camera Club I2 3 A Football 3 W ck 3 -1 German Club A 1-7 3. Sulllvan Leroy Emmett Sulllvan Thomas Franng Taylor Timothy Thurman Eu a ra at WOO! St Odrlo Berwyn Ascensuon Oak Park Basketball 34 Q lgley T2 3 Dance Commmee 4 Wrck 3 4 Football I 2 3 Amateur Nlglwt .1 Sensors bear The stamp ,,..,N ITS ALMOST A FAREWELL when sensors get measured for their rmgs Mod eravor Father Detervnan wavches as salesman determnnes rlng Suze for J GI bert A Nlclieown andJ Bokovsky St Mary Rwerslcie Clev s Lafvfarge John Brebaol N es French Club 3 -1 Amateur Nlght l A Swnmmmg 3 French Club 3 4 nnrs l ee Club 1234 Vlce r Track 2 S fr ag - 3 4- Page 44 ' 1 , ' , ' , Sr. 'll , M I L . ' , ' , l f f V f f 0 . 3 a, A N lf fs ' Y A s , XT . Q . f . . vu, 1 A l k Park ' Y T ' 2 l , ' ' ' l , Q- , ' Troendl , Robert Bruce Trios, Robert Sebastian Valade, Jerry Francis Valentino, Norbert Mizhael . l f Sv. 1 , r Sr , w Sr, , ,E Te ,2 GI ,,,, P es. I , Y C l,2 .5 7 I Q .3 1 f . rr 3 7 v .V L ' .ffm , fa-14 i, x ' Velvoda Edward John St Gllbert Grayslake Football I Servers Club 3 Swnrnrnlng 34 S of Domrmccn edu Vondrasek Robert James St Mary of Celle Berwyn Dance Commrttee 4 Track 3 4 Vondruska George louis St Barbara Brookf'e'd Cheerleader l ulee Club l Wick 3 4 all S17 Vertuno Leonard louls St James Maywood Swtmmrng l 2 3 4 Wrck 3 4 Vrtrs John Francis St Francls Xavler LaGrange Park Astronomy l Dance Cornmrttee 4 Debating l Wrck 34 edrtor 4 S 4l.. 4 Vai Vrncentr Dennrs leonard Vllha Terrence Francrs Vltullo Ralph Louis St Gales Oak Park St Barbara Brooktield St Frances of Rome Cicero Amateur Nrght 4 Wick 34 edrtor Amateur Night Dance Committee 4 Prom Committee 3 Carme'nte Junnor S Tenms 4 Semrnary l 2 3 Watson Wrllram Morris St Lucy Chicago CCI'l'lOl'l wack 4 German Club 4 Walsh Wlllram Patrlck St Gales Oak Park Amateur Naght l 2 Class Secretary 2 Class Councrl 3 4 Wehrs Raymond Frederrclr Weller Wrllram Joseph Wrlllams Blame Vrncent Woods Thomas James Prrnce of Peace Lake Vrlla St Frances of Rome Clcero St Mel Chscago St Catherrne of Srena Swumrnrng 2 Astronomy l Wvck 3 Oak Park French 34 Amateur Nnglwt 4 Swlmmrng 3 4 Dance Commlttee 3 4 Rrfle Club 34 Pres 34 l 'T Wegerzyn Norbert John St Ferdinand Chucago Amateur Nught 4 Dance Cor-nmnttee 34 Debating l 234 Dramatucs 3 Glee Club l G l 2 Wick 3 4 N S 4 lame Wlllram Frank Sf Frances of Rome Cscero Gof 4 w .ef Page 45 'op Bonus Harold W Boyd James J Brandstrader Wm R Brelcha Kenneth J Brennan James H Brown Charles R Brownnng Frank W Burke George W B rise John J Burns Rlcha d Burrlse Robert C Byrne Roger J Addante, louis Y Ahern, James J Aichele, Richard A Anderson, George C Annicella, William R Augustinialr, louis A Austin, Robert P Balsis, Richard V Barr, James Barrett, James L Barron, Dennis H Barry, Michael J Basile, Frank M Bass, William M Baur, James J Bennett, Charles M Berry, Thomas M, Boden, Richard J. Boie, John M. Bokuniewicl, Fred Bonuzelli, Richard A. Jumor class has splrlf JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS A Como vuce prestdent E de St Auburn treasu er V Harrtett president R Burns secretary and Father Van Rooy moderator make mttal plans tor the Junior Confraternuty Dance. Jumor class electrons were held early thus year Howeroor representattves were chosen and those elected acted as delegatei 'o the rtommatmg cohventton Under the dtrecttotw ot Father Van Rooy class moderator Vth ent Harmett was elected prestdemt this second te W e o Co o was starved y ce ,Jrestdetwt le Aohtt Jecarrwe secretary and Rtchard Bows took the treasurer 5 ofhce r erntty ctamce They hartei t e dance cor Wtee tho r ony brought a record attendance 4300 coopteet to the vtmer ar y t o everw ca e v on ' orrwwq a et 'te party to dean the gywrtastca am prepare tt or rtorttmo nasxetbat Page 46 ' 1 . 0 U . , ' - ' g , ', r , t ' c v A 1 J c t- rf 5 img t 'rx ' t J " , Edward ' St. X U I, Q . . - e . . . The otqicers .zere cat ec: voor 'C orgasttze 'He Vvttwvfr Cort Ya? f Q . 1 c h z , to' oo ' , DJ. .wh rt' at fi 'e-th rty .he ft ' t , , ' 'J ' t rr V , I t Calderone James E Callahan Damel W E, Campbell Gerald E Cannlzxo Joseph R ,,, Cappetta Frederick C Cardnnal George L Carmichael James J Carroll Roger M Casserly Mnzhael G Cerone Jack P Chestnut John W Chmelllr John W Cloth Donald D Clancy Harold J 'N Collms Thomas l Comello Vnctor M Como Angelo A candor- Edward f lf Conlon John L Connon Richard Cortes: Nerl A l of whlch pcl'rron would be Costello John A Coughlm James D Courtney Joseph P Courtney Thomas J Coyne Richard J Crowley James W Dasso Davnd T DeGrenler Herbert W Demslu Stanley L DePaepe Thomas W De St Aubm EdwardJ Dettmer lawrence Dlgate Andrew l. DlGlacmto Henry D DrPego Kobert P Donahue lawrence P Dores Daniel R Dote Alphonse C Drennan Thomas G Drymalslu George E r Durdll Michael N Dybeclr DennlsJ J, 22 Egan Wulllam Egan Wllllam P Fahey Charles M Fantettl Pasquale Feeley Wllllam P 151 Finn Wrlllam J Fitzgerald Michael Frtxgerald Sean F Flowers Arthur Foley Chrnstopher C Forbrlch Paul C Fralt Wllllam J Page 47 proud 4. HL can ,f ga. s. ,lv 1 ' e " . . ' ,, - . .f C.. J . 7' J . ' l f ' 'V ' . 'Q . f 6 1 - 1 ,Y W' f 2' . , , 45 , ,, f 1 I lt A l ,, - . l ' ,' , f ll' ' F " ' A -f. 4 ' l , . xv ' V , J. - . . . V - V ' :ff Z f f A , V J , If 4 -'f , ' 4 1 J , L 1 4 - . V 355. 11 ,fy l .V 'f A A ' f l 2 ,. I tg 1-4 v V I Q 1 , ' f W - 3 . , G an ' 'X ii .- -2. Q V. -W' ,, V 2 4135557 gg f -1 sf 1 V I J" f ' Darovic, Brian A ,vc -,,,, . , V' " f if M y 1 1 I - of J ' f J , 1 , w. 1 ,gfi C i' ' H :Q V - ' ,1 2. -V ' . f , 1 J fl - , ,4,l rt 1 gl 'f X V I - - - . 'P'ff'LIll ' ' , - . y 7 ' K l I , V ' 1? g 3' U , . ' ' 6. x ' ,Zn I , Y at I ! V A A ' -s ' f I X r f' ' ew " 'Alf V I, iv , f,,5??fQ 45925 . . ' , r - f i 4 'H , ' ' M. , g ' ' ' - 1, "' .J F -A I ' I r A, Q 1 I -'M'-ww, . . x -Y ' pea-5' . S E , ' i 3 , 77 'A f 1 , f' 3 . ?f" , ' 1 - C ' f U J t A F. af A ff ' ' li y 'i , . if , A Q .' . , V il A l ,Zi +L ,gl . wg' Godman, Robert A Goedert, Patrick J Gorezki, Joseph F. Gottfried, Theodore A. Grlmn, James F Grimley, Robert G Gubbins, lee P " P Haddad, Ronald l. Haley, Gerald J Hansen, Alan E Harnett, Vincent J Harney, Bernard J. Haselow, Charles F Herbstritt, John M 4' W 'wr f Herlehy, Timothy J, Hickey, Thomas J, Higgins, William A. Hill, George T. 'fn "2-1 Hillenbrand, William H Xi T Hilliard, Joseph E. Hillig, Charles A. if -go Juniors prepare to take Hoffmann, Eugene V. Horan, William P -..T......a.... .-.s......... -.T....... N... . Horn, Kenneth P 3148 Hurter, Edward A Jablonski, Ronald E Jacinavicius, Alfred J HAND-LABELED GYM CLOTHES are required of each student Juniors J. Chmelik and C. Kuhfuss demonstrate the lettering procedure, Jacliel, Milton M Jackson' R,c,md J Evidence ot leadership was evident earlv. For service to 'he class, special 'vention should be given to D. Barron, R. Jalovec, V. l-larhett, G. Sobiesk, J. Barrett, R, Brovvh, G. Drywal- skl, G. Korzemewskl, C. Hlllig, J. Tonite, J. Chestnut, J. Mc- Donald, M. Barrv, and E. Condom. Patrick Goecler' v-.om the Archdlocesan Sneech fomes' 'se rl at hALJlTClQlGlll College, He s a leading fleliawr O'her TCT' Jaime, gmwd 5 Q. qrf3a'f are 'l.lv"' . 3.-.ee'1e,' afwfl J, ZH' grofli , James Philip O , - The Qohs stef' l-lower Qoll "meh .mere J, tothe, 'v . Sneehev P Geerlerf W. Eoah and J. Chesvwut. J, Barren amz Ll. Fo.-.ers represented free ,ur ors ov 'he 'Blacktrars' statt ami after servlhg apprenticeship secohd E6'T'GSlG', the ,error eyrla s's are ready 'e 'alfe o,ev "The .'JlClc," Janda, Charles W Jech, Joseph 6 Page 48 Jordan Thomas Joyce James M Kallal John M Karmck Robert E Kaslxa Gerald N Kearney James J Kelly James J Kelly Walter M Kenny Kenneth J King Rlchard A Klebelx Dannel T Klobucnlc Joseph Knox Donald J Kodl Franlx .l Korzemewslu G P Kretlow Wllllam Kubnak Martnn M Kuhfuss Charles S Kusmnder Casmer A Kyle Thomas C Landerman AnthonyJ -.av vo' i' 1 -qv' f WW' of W leadership In school cctlvmes Lane Patruck J Larocca James laveul John C Leahy Thomas Leone Barry P Long James J lore Thomas A ludwlg Fred l Madden Wrlllam Malek lawrence Mallilll Alfred T Manuone Phullp Marchlm Robert R Mashek Wllllam J Maxa John E Mana Patrick J Merlres Donald W Mlcek Ronald A Mlley Robert W Mollsen Clifford M Morford Earl S Muvsenga John A Mullmenn Thomas P Mullenbach Robert E Murray Dems A MacArthur Robert R MacDonald James D Maclennan Jerome C McCabe Thomas F McCue Mnchael J McCurry Merle P McDermott James P McDonald Clement J McDonald Joseph E McGrall John W v-.,,. gen ,.. ,Q '1 ,464 f. p' xr Page X up v X... 62 Y.. 4 cgi DY , ,JL '91 qt lf, X-.-1 E N 'lr I 2 K3 4- S McMalun, Patrick J U '. ' McMahon, Robert W xx McNamara, John P 1 g Nemec, Carl J I Nicholas, James M x J A Obermafer, George F , O'Brien, James P. 1 O Brien, Maffhew W. O'Connell, Daniel E O'Conne'l, James A. -Q I A O'Connor, Bernard M. OHagan Pafrlclx J O Krongley Roger E O Leary Dennis M -.aw Osfap Eugene M O Too e Wnllram H Fare ko George A Parrllll Pahlclm W Parrylca Gerald S Perry Stephen O Phelan Mlchael E .af .lumors tested To death or Gerald Poll Joseph Poole Reber' J Pruyn George W Pugh Charles Raflervy John CBL WOUS OF ALL NEIGHBORS L Wwlluqms ccncemrales on Illwncus TesYs Tor gen: S mv nd B O ara Pe mann Henry G Relnha dv Harry of ers O 9 1 You lologmmm Te ts c 1 fem S J 3 x nm' seaeomfc aw vm rw Omb de acrwvm ' W Q W Frm ' fe rt f ulwfwf Ula e grrmq sen or lbaskerball and Rexschmann Grlberv ey O e 9 rx MC WCG U er Rxcclo Richard G 'nf f ' any recorck ec om Mayor Her wwf-rs f ere J Crwee nw Rchards Reber! E era r a on re D Rlcha er Glenn J Roach Reber! J Q wmore a er rr 5 an Jnpleasam one They wofneu r eco veaenor 0 '2'Jv6iTlWT Qen or Pro new year' fs ab X., Page 50 kg, . h I , I . J F15 J ' - Q ' :fx , 1 'K J Q ll' " 5.359 Q41 1 . l Hfwffi' 6 , l E J ' l I Pa: , N. l', J. J , V J E I x I , . ' 'K ' ' " bf. EU veses :rake -L: l vas'e lzevver to H Skooal, A S:c1lna,a . 'H . 2 1 1 ll J J Q Jw A to lc Tlx Ill more Vs, psycw Q 5 , arwl Lust ' QQ rra,'1Te5'5,AliTl1e1r' hdy we 3 Dlcr 1 .ly Ll .'.'iTl1 r ' Ter- " es' J ' 'Y es, iff 1 J. Berg A Cc: no, V. Her: 39 dwg! P, ' Ter .-.er 'vars Oo?- lva'l Qui? C K -e rv :l Fry- if I 1 V ' M .nas 'ei'reg'1 'p ay fflw .ue I-4 by 'N A "OI ge Av can." .lf 3 "e'e'.,:rs 0 We 5.-. wg 'een se' Y . Y QF, spcrfe s f A le ., , . ,r ,S Fifz- , V' ge R. MQM lv H. D66 rr er, and .Sclw"5fY. ,' I Th " Clawm HOW PVY' - . '.-.wllr ,l rerr wmelt lm JN m Pr m, BUT yu, ' :A heir , 5 Roche Patrnck B Rock Robert W Rogowslu Norman Ryan Dennls J Ryan John H Salerno Joseph Santen Ednard R Santo James V Scelzo James R Schlacks Robert J Schlentx Robert J S hmltt Donald J Schnalxenberg Wm Selcke lawrence E Sellers Michael .l 1 uk Jose h Slcllla Anthony A Slma Todd P Slropal Henry W Smith Bruce R Smith Dennis R we g -s-I R1 before admission 'ro flncll ye Smith Wllllam J Soblesk George A Sta ner Joseph E Stancukas Stanley J Steele Wu ham Strenlng Michael C Sullwan Eugene S Sullnyan John T Su llvan Roger A Sweeney M chael H Sweeney Wllllam Jo Thlelen Richard M Tnerney Edward F Todd Michael T Toepfer Alan J Tolllck Robert W Tomasello Leonard Tonne Jay C Tufo Leonard J Tully Roger P Ulvelng Edwin Vondruska James F Waco Rucha d F Walter Robert G Ward John M Weinstein Joseph WesthofT Ralph T Wha en James T Wha en Martin J Wnllnams LawrenceJ Wills James C Wlnterhalter John J Zanom Eugene R Zmlgroclu James J Zuk John M hn 'ww I fr ff ,M 'T Page Sl ,av I swf ew wr 1' 6 Q' I fl E ' J 9 , 4 V: E: l' ' ', A. , L , V . , ,P I g-EX, s. sd t K . l , R, f A J' is V' ' F 4- -3, f J A ' f ' 'fy 2111 Y - J- 1 'J f ' , ' .. .2 H , K5 ,V A ' rl ' ' -, H A . 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S 6 -' lfclx x 5 J ' v 4 l I ' ' Brlsch Carl J Broderrck Raymond J Bufhrdl James K Buonlncontro Don Burgess Robert R Burke Dennis P Calabrese Philip G Calabrese Richard Callendo Martin J Callahan John M Calmeyn John F Canxollno Joseph Caputo Phlllp J Carlton Robert M N C Alexa William E Ambrose Walter F Anderschat Richard W Anderson Thomas A Antepenko Robert F Antos lawrence J Arnola Dennis A Attwood Thomas E Barrett Thomas Bayer Ernest H Behrmann Harry B Belchme Walter J Bellock Raymond J Bledron Chester A f Blake Parle T Bluma Frank J Bobka Rona d F Bohakel Richard A Bolek Casimir W Boreck Thomas A Brennan Thomas J Carney Mlzhael E Carobus Kenneth F Cassettarl Richard Calaldo Robert J Chervlnko, James S Chudxik, Gerald B Page 52 Smiling sophomores have succeeded in making the halt way mark o easy task any sophomore will tell you Ot course there are the expected casualties who must go to sum ner school before they can make new resolutions to be better students next year as enviable upper classmen Father Sullivan class moderator says that his sophonores real'y put their best toot forward under the leadership of President Johi Spruth, Vi,e-president Patrick Hanrahan, Secretary Dennis Pauletti, and Treas- urer Earl Gorman. The second-year men succeeded in getting 58 names on the scholastic honor lists one series, almost a Nth of the class, And their good record was not ex- clusively in studies. Clark John F Clark Thomas W Clark Wnlllam Cleary Dennls G Clohecy John E Cochrane Richard Coleman John T rg Co uccu James A Condon Me J Cooley leslne Cottler David N Crowe Thomas J Cunningham John Curry Robert T if 1 DAgostuno Saverlo 5 Dalton John P Danek Terrence J Debes WTI lam A "' A' Denhl Denms D DeMarla Frederick J DeNardo leonard F 'W 2' 1' .Q v-alt MODERATOR FATHER SULLIVAN arranges for the llrsf sophomore meetmg wnlw E Gorman treasurer D Paulettl secretary J Sprullw president and P Hanrahan vnce preswdenv Page 53 Dresen Dennls P Drews Charles J Dudek Dannel l. Duplessls Rona Eastman Norman M Eck Michael H fd' Denise Dannel P DePlnto Joseph R De5antls Frederick P Deutsch John S Dolan Harry L Donahoe Mlchael Donovan Edward l. Donovan Muchael D Douglas Patrick M Dowd Robert P Downer Jerome J Downey lawrence J Doyle Kieran M Drennan John P Y fl? Gardner Wayne J Gatto August C Gaynor John C Gentlle Anthony Gentile Michael l Gull Terrence R Glorato lawrence Gleason Thomas P Glomskl Char es E Gorman Earl J Gorskl Robert J Golfer Paul A Grove Thomas E Gust James A vi 'cs' e 'S ni Q5 'S Edmuer Thomas W Elclm George F Esenmann James R Ernst Richard W Farrell John F Fehrman Robert F Feng John P Fnlluchno Benedrct J Finnell Roger A Frscher John D Fltzgerald Michael J Fitzgerald Patrlclx M Fleming Frank T Fogarty John B Foss George J Franger Joseph Fritz James R Gallagher John Gallery Thomas J Gancarcxyk Ronald Gapen Daniel C Sophomores Halloran John P Halpln John E Hanrahan Patrick J Hansen Farreol l Harrlson Frank D Hawkins Thomas F Hellmer Rrchard E Hennlgan Edward l. Hennmg Chnstnn F Page 54 'WO' I A BIG BLACK EYE DETRACTS slightly from the sanctulied appearance of R Roche sophomore by , V :JZ V, . ' ' 1, be - ' 4, 1 A fl ', J - s an ' ' A at A 1 y , A ' i v.' 4 A , 7 ff. . ' I ' n - f. 1 ' t - Q., ' , ' . F ' Tr gh, H ' V ' ,Qi 4 ' f - - . L F ,. ' , f 5L",11f. ' ' fs I S' f r A ' " '- I X ' , . f , ta L f K J 4 , F. - - .m . .1 , , vw- f J 2 if 5 A , W. 1 ' , ' , V ' - x V l l fl ' ' 1 , ' n- H ,Q Tl 2 ' 4 ' 4 W- I W . I A 'F 1 , . I K , , V. . V . ' I ' - P' 'f 2' V , ' as I ' ' , I ' 'vw . ', ' ' ' . wg lx l If , 1 A . ' J If - . . , -r 4 me I 2 , I ,iz K. 1 bi 1 r 6 ', 1. Rf' r ' gtg 2, Z.. " T' :ci "f K , Y F Vx f g .Z I ' ' , - J' 5 . . -if l l a ' D.w,,,,tf, if lf ' ' 1'-' 7' s 1 - ' . ' " R ll' r ' 4 W J fl 1 n J , "' 1 T as lf 1 , J f J i f fr" 'ff'-' ' 4 f .. , - V l, I , A J! if pun . Q Herlehy Dona d J Hobart Edward D Hohman John H Hohman Thomas L Holloway John M Hubelt Phlllp J Hughes Terrence P Hughes Wrllnam Hunrer James A lmbur Robert K lmhof Edwrn A Incroccr Thcmas P Ippolno James V Jara Paul T Jelen Joseph S Johns Wrlllam P Johnson lawrence R Juckmess Richard A Karmalln Joseph D Kay Dennis F N53 of ,ff I ir? 1794.2 ,ar FACING THE MUSIC as P O'Grady, as hrs mother checks hrs report card Class of 59 Lacroix Rene E Larkrn Wulllam G Larocco Thomas G Larson Edward R Laslray Thomas Lathrop George M leBeda Bruce G Lennon, Thomas D Lhorlra, John C Page 55 .. -9 Qi' ' v- we WW' it Kennedy Ralph J Kenny James K eln Herberl C Koch Donald P Kouba Wllllam J Kolak Richard S Kral Edward F Kramps Herberi W Krlppner Allan Kugel Peter A Kuhfer Charles Kulrnskl Edward C LaCalamlla Joseph M Laccabue Lawrence A ,N 'uv- Lv 'J Q r L L fi ' E, - ' K' M ' Q1 4 i - - ' ' . N . . R 1 4, H I SI I I, . I I I I . I P ' 4 'Q L E I . ji f sfii m ' . - , ' , ' , 3' J , .. I . ' O - ' N. . f ' ' l 4 L ll Y -N . L. - Max .:..:.., ,Q ..,, I I I I Q 4 K 1 Q , S S . R sc N X 11 - '-P' L - X ' in Fil? X " II ' Y' -L W Y as 4 - , , fwfsicg I . - :Lai-Mx, , -, " , N - ag oh.. . I I Is f -, c 5 1' ' , ,XIII , I M . J xI I Ag I,,II'I'. I . as we 1 -se-1 Q aa -if w ' ks.. , ll I I . - - s . - .. - , . - 2,1 II IF . . lr. xv W1 . ' '. af ,F N L . I I I , I :isa I I AI I III iekfs ' I . If I i I I . ' 7'-: 'f L 'Q . X xr. '- . II II . QI f ag , T I T N N . "' ,g I 5 , 5 X - 4 I X ' M I O, . f' xr N N T ,ff M, 5 II, I 'ws . .. Q 'M .I ,I N ,mc NN I F s . . f r u I I ,I 1 I I I In , N III ll 1' F ' , ' V 'Lf 5 s ani, v-... Motto George S Mueller Robert P Mullen James C Murphy Jerome E Murphy Lawrence J Murray Joseph K McAultl'Te Thomas McClean Graham McDonald Ronald McGee Robert B McGmIey John L McGorry Edward R McGreal Wllllam P McHugh Dennis T .4 ,- if wwf Mclnerney James E McKnnght James F Mc Mahon John C -sq ar McManngaI Mnrhael H McManus Thomas J McNally Wullnam J -r ,- s., Lnchodznelewsku W Lustalr James A Lorr John F Lucian: Anthony R Malloy John R Mangan James J Manola Samuel J Marrs Wllllam H Mason James G Mastrn Carmen Matthews John H May Severin G Medland Michael Mens lx Robert F Muck Leroy L Mlrabe ll Anthony Monaco James J Monaco Robert A Moran Dennis M Moran Wilfred J Morettt Joseph A ,. A Sophomores are happy HOSE R NIH 3 K Page 56 H KS are 1 w sa L um if V: Napoll John R Nichol Thomas Nonn Robert C Novak Joseph G O Brien Michael J O Brien Patrick J OConnor John P 0 Donnell Michael J 0 Grady Phn'up 0 Hara Barratt J 0 Hara Edward J O Keefe Thomas P Olechowskn Stephen O Nevl John F Ongemach Jack T 0 Rahtlly Daniel P Orlando Robert l Palkoner Robert M Pasqualnne Joseph J Patxke Richard J Paulettn Denms E J 4' Q04 i- A I 4 ff no ,,, 9 411 J 1 14' 'ro become upperclassme B LeBeda Qnghtj takes advantage of D Buonnncontro tuon to get a few free French frues AS..--f s preoccupa Page 57 I1 1 'pf Pullung John J Qulrm Thomas E Rasmussen Cltlford l Reda Salvatore W Reuchardt Davnd A fs ir pq. 'Q 7' Perek Robert A Petlerson Malvln P Picard Charles E Pnccoll Kenneth R Pnerce Patrick M Pillar Edward D Pnello Patr ck M Polnqum George J Pontlcelh Francvs A Pope Muchael E Potye John P Pouxar Jay J Power John P Provenzano Anthony R vi I . , I 4 H x " Q ..l. 26 LV - X' I ' , , , 1, 1 ' ,E ' , 4 fix ,. ,' ' J ri . J, 4 L 1 5 ' ' . 'ZF W ' 1 ' ' - 1 . r f , ' " , V W, , A, , .L V, , l ' xt' 'J w, , , -Y- r . ' I Y A X ' H - 1 9 I ' 3 I A p ,' , A f. if , , , 1 , ' I ' ' . V ,P .J 'V -5 1 ' ' f ' , I Q , we V I ,by ff, ij, . 1 A 1 ' ' l' I A . 4 4 ' . . f 'I fl 'Va fx' 4 :Q A' ' ' , 1 f PJ 1' ' , s . r 5 f z gf ' X 4' ' A as f X' ff! f ' l Q' ff? 1 , 1 f lf P l I ' V V , ,,. W i tif' 'Q ff ...Su . -f . ' 1 , X . I 1 ' . f' ! H l r V' I I 4 I 4 A., N 2322, ' J " 7 ' 'P gg A , . . r R, l I ' , , Q n . I . H b , , ' f Q 2 ,4 Reznlcek George Rice James F Rlesen Gerald B Rngney James P ea Rrgney Thomas A Rlley Michael J Ruuuto Russell A Roberson Thomas Roche Robert D Rubeclm Edward D Russell Robert J Schmltt Dennis E Schultz Car T Sexton Thomas F Simpson Wnlllam 5 Skryd Bruce .l Somers Patrick W Sorce John J Spevalr Richard T Spruth John M S anltz Constantine Stava Donald J Staveley Richard E Steiner lawrence E Stemer Thomas .I A 1 W 'J Ryan Patrlclr J Ryan Thomas M Ryndak Chester B if Sadkowslu Eugene Sammon John P Santuccl Raymond Savlslu Wllllam T Scalzo Richard A Scanlon Robert T Scaplllato Thomas ft? lu- 'It S enson Robert V Stephen Wllllam F Stxch Charles B Stloukal Robert A Stolfa James P S onus Felix l. Stramaglla Frank J Stranslu Robert J Strobel Jaclx A Page 58 The sophomores contrlbutecl some outstandung debaters J Hunter J Lustak and R Carlton Glee Club anchor men are C Glomskt P Jara and J Wanat The swlmmers however claim the prlzes S Man ola T Clark and E Kral Footballers to be notlced are E Strobel J Spruth and P Hanrahan For the first fume, the sophomores accepted the responsublllty of runnung the Sprung Confraternlty dance for the Missions usually the blggest party of the year The party formerly has been entrusted to the sensors Watch us next year as upperclassmen boasted J Spruth presldent well set a record In every div: snon Sulnvan Donald E Sullnvan Edwm P Swauheld Peter Szott Gerald C Tarpey Robert F Tarzan Kenneth l. Thompson Thomas Tlson James K Tobm Mark W Tobin Richard J Tomaszluewlzz R Tovarek Joseph J Tracey John T Trleclak Wa'ter S Turner James A Tyrrell Robert R Valade Brian T Vlgnola James S Vlasaty Joseph Vogt Raymond S Wahl Austm x x if Q fi -W., uf HE LOST AND FOUND DEPARTMENT Reardons office IS luke a rummage sale or R Wolff lstandmgj and B McManlgal '- YC' T i 2 f Class of 59 Wolf? Robert T Wondraselx Arthu Woods Patrlck J Woods Robert B Wright Russell B Young Phllnp F Znd John E Zmnch Clement R Zwers Josaph I Page 59 an ,sa fr' A -rf -. 'ir fa 1 .4 Wanat John A Wantuchowlcl l T Warchol Michael W Ward Wnllnam l Wehrs John Weldenfeller George l Wenc Stephen H Whelton Wnlllam P Whnte Alfred J White Wllllam B Wuener Edward J Wlewlora Roy C Wnlhelm Kenneth G Wolf Robert E Ju.,- V - 1 .. 1 ? -V - ' , E. X , J g -in '- " l ,' ' f 2 - . . l- 2 J 1 V ,' ' f' - L' , , T, 'ia V ' , , an TT' 7 I 4 ' yr' , f t W. h f ' i , ' j V l J ji, x I ,f 1 P V , I ,,,, .rr , mf, , 4 H lui' , ' R , , ' I Z - lc' 5 ul A f-A T A A , . J. 1 L W ., fs- W. H ,, ' ' 1 I 1 1 , , , Q l V . I '2 v I l, N. ' 'sn , -4 A ,: ,-v A , V M nfs. 7 3' I VA V "' I V ' ' -45" "' , f ,, J " ' f l T- ef? . ii? ' I I 4 1- ..,, V+ 1. V A 3, 3" 'V J xr! ' in I t I . V E, my V I sn f fr ' . A., ,l ' 4 . - A -I ' - - I ., if 2 .A . z ,':v A ' 1 l .I .V ., ,gg . H W ff' gf, 7 3 4 5 f ' ' ' J, f J ' w- , t f , ' J J , fl F 3T"'Q-,M T I I ' .i., .-W, 1 A A , I r W, . 7 4 .- '11 l l 1 , . , gt. 4 A . : ' l J T in I' ' , Fr. ' ' ' f f . . . V f XSS x X- ra f 4 ' Q, 1' " - ! , -I.. .g ,, if I .fr Wi, v ,-. x A 1 1 l ,J 1 ff Q Q .,. .rm hi r 'v r V ul. .Auf A4 5 I V rn. QH r 3 'K ,fi 3 "'1" x gag, 5, Q 'M Q! ,ac 4 . , 1 . ,-1 'HRW' - 07 ' 1 V' "" il v. ,Y , Nd' , 1: av- i 4,81 - Beirne, Thomas Blaul, Gerald H Boehm, William yi w ,,,, Wit- g 1 4 J. G ,- - Adlaf, Paul C Ahern, Thomas K Ambrosino, Daniel N "- . A Anderschat, John F Q ' P r l av Q ' iff 3, Anderson, Barrett E Anderson, Philip E Auer, Bernard J Baer, Lawrence W Barrett, William F Barry, Richard A ' A wJ 5 3 ' . W, 11 Y BY E E 91 ' Q' B t. tt P t S ey, l l Bonfield, Norbert W. Bonus, Roger M. Breclmler, Ronald G Brennan, Frank Brett, John T W , 1a we all Becker, Bruce M Becker, Ronald J Bednarz, Anthony L Freshmen begin life X K ,,,mW, , I s SELECTING COMMITTEE LISTS are W. Edvwer, treasurer, D. AmbrOsino secretary, J. Rossi, vice-president, P, Gels president, and Father Hrev' moderator V, hes, .409 rr eff rr. R 17.116 If if PF o r - r 5 1' ,- G4 V-v . X X X 4' - f .li-fs l Browning, John M Bullat, George J Bunchman, Herbert H Burke, Patrick P Burns John J Byrne, Richard J Calormno. Samuel J Canady, Edward R Capp, Joseph F Capparellu James F Cardinal, Donald P Carey, Francis J Carroll Arthur L Caruso Joseph A Chandler William L Chaplin Robert M Chrostri, Randall L Cnrxan, Thaddeus A Cueslak, Laurence R Cirrrncione, Francis C Clancy John W fy , fn , Vu .. In K We if , A i Q l X4 gg ' -A ' , - ,,- Y - , ev A M J ' ' fi f I , C 'QRS l ,f 3 Page 60 ' .. ' I ' 1 -:ew w s Clinlrert, Robert J. A ,Z V My 1 Collins, James E. 1, Y 3 2 A ' Col'ins, Michael J. J. Z . ' v, Collins, Michael J, W. - fc' ,. r Conley, John L. ... is., Conrad, Thomas F. . , y Conter, Alan R. fi . 2 , w, x l Z A Coomans, Howard S. Corso, Joseph W. Cottler, Donald H. Courtney, James V. J" ,'3 7' f Crokin, Jerome P. Cronin, Thomas E. Culmay, Denis S. of worries and fun Freshmen are always gullible in September, so we know now. Wandering in a fog, we didn't know where our homerooms, the cafeteria, the library, or the gym were. The rumors, spreading during all the previous summer, about the maliciousness of the sophomores proved to be partly true. They made us carry books, gave us wrong directions, tried to sell us smoking per- mits, and laughed at us when we walked into their rooms by mistake. One purposely unnamed freshman learned to be skeptical of bargains. As a special favor, he was al- lowed to buy a heated locker, and he discovered to his dismay a locker containing a single candle and a book of matches. We no longer stand before the natatorium sign and ask for the swimming pool, we now know the up- stairs trom the down, and most of the time we know exactly where the disciplinarian is every moment ot the day. lrrf 2 on Gents, :award D. " 1 V, Dempsey, Charles E, ' 7' dc, I - De Nardo, James P, A ' K De Vereaux, John P, fi' i , Devereux, Raymond P. .' J Dick, Harlan J. V Di Domenico, Patrick D. 'I' ' Vg.. g 'I 3 l , X ' J' 4 V 1-aa ' ff 1 ai-L f I Y Dillon, John P. Dillon, william K. . ,F DiPego, Richard R. 517- , Divane, William T. 3. VV '- Doherty, Edward J. i a .V Dooley, Dennis J. f 3 4 Dooley, Terrence J, " .1 i V' ,fx ' I 'Q I f ' 4 H, Drago, Anthony J. cfg' ati Driscoll, Patrick 1. " V H: " Dunne, George W. Durante, Justin R. Dyer, Francis X. Edmier, William l Eisert, Robert M. Page 61 I 7 of . 1 'V i ,,,, 'e. . 4,4 .- Cunningham, Patrick J. Curran, William T, D'Agostino, J. Eugene Daly, Patrick E. Dawe, Michael K. De Cleene, J. Peter Dedic, Theodore J. DeGrenier, Robert E. 'ffl Q? 4 , 40 . . .I . -2 z-fr 1 at , K sv.. M. J-Z 5 -5 , wi 3 I y . l' 4 K 1 r ' -eil Q J" , , . Li an , v X Q.. f , 5 , we o --5' f 9 J , ,W,7,,,, 1 , -Z ' -p i ,K 1. , r : : , itiie ,f ,1 ., L , i 2 wr Wars 'G '1' Forsberg, Roy Fox, Paul S. Frank, Jeffrey J ': 3 l. Franzen, Ronald J. Freewalt, Gary L. Gabbert, Myron D. Gallagher, Joel Gallivan, Mark P. E. . .- Q.. N. 1 V, . J .4 fi' ,i lx fu 1 'S l XX 1 x .ff QW' W6 'fa 3-J Q- A, , . I - ,, a,'z"2 ,. : , N Q 4 Esposito, Michael J Fagiano, Frank C, Farruggio, Fred S Farruggio, Robert S Fasano Victor P Feele, Edward F Ferraro, louis J Filip, James R. Finn, Thomas G Finn, William John Fitch, Patrick J Fitzgerald, Robert M. Flaherty, James P Foley, James F Freshmen manifest ACCORDION EXPERTS D, Nosek and R, Miller have ies'-minute rehearsal for Amateur Night aopearance. 'ei' ia., as Q, X X xx., 1 xv' , Gallo, Michael P. Garrity, Michael F Garzynski, Robert F, Gasparo, Daniel R. Geis, William P Gerard, Edward F Gervais, Joseph F Glacinti, Thomas A Gorman, John P Gorman, Roger T Grane, Frederick C Greene, George B Gribben, Robert P Grieco Gregory J Grunt Roger J Haberkorn, Matthew J. Haddad, Michele G Ham, Philip J Harney, Richard W. Harris, Robert A Harvey, Brendan P Page 62 Hasler, Gregory J. Hawkins, John J. Hayden, Thomas J. Hayes, Joseph P. Herbert, William J. Herlehy, Denis M. Hetherington, Daniel J. 'Y HilTman, Dennis J. Higgins, William G. Hoban, Thomas J. Holland, Marcellus J. Holman, Robert D. Honquest, James E. Honzl, John J. -9 4,5 Rf, f, real Fenwick spirit Election of class officers began the year's activities. Early in October Father Hren, class moderator, announced the re- sults: Peter Geis, president, James Rossi, vice-president, Daniel Ambrosino, secretary, and William Edmier, treasurer. Each of the nine homerooms elected two representatives to form the class council. President Peter Geis was on the freshman football team, and also distinguished himself and his class by making a major art contribution to the "Blackfriars" yearbook. The two-color historical map tpage 2D is his work. The freshmen managed to rate second place on the Honor Roll with fourteen "A" men, being edged out by the iuniors with seventeen. In the "New World" drive for subscriptions Richard Kula was beaten only by one senior, who was trying for a scholarship. The hours of labor put into making homecoming floats for the parade paid off well for the freshmen. They won third prize for the float, "We Hitched Our Wagon to a Star." Johnston, Charles P. Kallal, William T. Kamm, Donald P. Kann, lawrence F. Kaval, Kenneth L Kavanaugh, Michael l Kellar, lee D. F'5 t' Kelley, Vincent J. Kelly, John E. Kelly, Thomas J. Kennedy, Brian T. Kennedy, Richard J. Kennington, Henry A. Kenny, Dennis G. 'I'-'L 1 l Kepp, Daniel l. if Kerber, Thomas E. Kern, George S. Kilburg, George J. Kilroy, Timothy J. Kirlt, William l. Kixior, Robert T. Page 63 s.- Hoop, Philip E. Hopkins, Joseph P. Hriszko, Robert W Hunyady, Steven M lmperl, Fred J. Janicki, George J. Jensen, Thomas l. Johnson, Wayne l. 'T J ll , f V rv Klzuor, Ronald J J Kodl, Leonard R Kroger Neal A XY, Kubackl Lee D Kubiak John K Kula Richard J Kupsco Mvrlwar-l N ., L- ,gf lv . Kyle, George D Lama Jerry M Lavigne Gregory W Lawler, Michael M Lawler, Richard H Lee, John F Lennunger Thaddeus L ,... -.. ,lf ,,'h I i l I ig 1 L M, J Fresh men WPI' 'u Loman, Gerald J A 8 . .17 I rr ., .., 'HW W 1, .I g M' Lorr, Donald J. "" Lowell, William H I ,. . il Q lunn, John P. 'Q lg Lynch, James R r ' ' M go , rv, ,, , ' 3 1 , v all , 'Q X A Q, - W Lynch, William E 'fr . 'K Q :Lu fbzfnfll JG Q JUG ASSIGNMENT 9.ve5 J ima-W nm M Mfoff.-v . fi Wie Px'ra-funitular afvivuvv V I, Ni in l f ji Maher Roberr J ' Malnxero Robert J ' '12 G f.' Mellon, John R Malo, James S " Maloney, Terrnnze J . "' Y ign- mf - Mancuonc Leonard E ,N Maradm David R 1 1 A Marr-rw David A 4 Maron Pm:-r A Marquis Clrarlr-L K L Marr Thomas J I ,Z ,L Mwml Louis P 1' "' I' ' ' r.A.vrmO rhm..S w , 'lfy Rouwr V fs rf, r- " i' Mavscrml- Thomvu . Medved John A Mehl James B Mr-nvone Parrish F i Mcsclr Dennis C 0 Merxdorf? Roberr C x , 5 - f , - ' , - - A Militello Philip R ,. .. .Q 1 a - 1 J- . . 'Ci . or . f , 1 . ' i -- f 6 by- - I " l ,ia ' N Page 64 ,, Si. fr L . , A - L A A Miller, Robert I.. Mitchell, Peter C. Mondo, Joseph L. Monty, Richard E. Morris, George W. Morrissey, John E. Morrissey, Richard Morrissey, Walter W Muisenga, Albert G Mulkerin, John J Mulvey, Dennis J. Murphy, Donald J Murphy, John E Murphy, Frank E -. 6 f-f W f 1-" .Q 41-rl., 'S , f . Murphy, Joseph l Musachio, Jack A Myron, Robert E McCall, Alan R Aucm AT HOMEWORK EXCHANGE are freshmen w SCMEQTQY, M'C"'T'f KE""e'l' T Q,an, and E OBrien in the dungeon lockcrroom McDonald, Lawrence H f McGinnis, Thomas J McGrath, Michael J. Mclnerney, James E. McKenna, Paul W. Mclennun, Peter J McMahon, George E, McMahon, Kevin E McMahon, Thomas J McNamara, Daniel McNamara, Patrick J. McShar1e, William J Natanek, Leonard R. Nergaard, Raymond S Neri, Edward R Northen, John W. Norton, Michael F Nosek, Dennis R O'Brien, Edmund B 0'Brien, lawrence E O'Brien, Robert P O'Brien, Thomas R O'Melia, Edward A Oras, John J Ostrowslmi, Richard J O'Sullivan, Brendan P Pagni, Michael l. Palka, Gary l Page 65 McDanie I, Robert J x ..,, .-,. ., f' . Q . I. - ,- O V Y . . M, ,ff- iw , ff., WWW 42? WN 'C' ,ZZWW , ,, t fin' ' 'iii it F can vw.'f1 , ggfjgnl n 'NW ,V l Z 4 Wd, I Q K., , , X as .av v- v ,f H , , 1 5 ,W , f J wg A, W7 f mf " ,333 w, -V V 1 if, gf, , . .4 1 " 2 Y . X L at ' ov Q. .' ' Ayr- f" it Q- 119' 4- I . . ' 6.33 . QM.. . H331 . Xi? I' 1 fr r g "i'.. fx 'cr ii I n p a 14" fl? i 1 1-:ur -v Q? 1? X.. 'N Provenxano, Anthony F Purtell, John M. Pyter, Thomas C. Quinn, leo J. Redding, Herbert W Rice, Michael D A, '. ia.. J k' . " Pampinella, James V. '- Parkes Michael A " Q' . ' , 5 Pawlili, John 5 ' v ' 1 Pecoraro, Charles M. N Pellia, lawrence. J . , A , Percxali, Lawrence E. '. Perrelli, Vincent W Q -' I J A 3 f 1 4 ., " 4 Petricca, Anthony l. ' I ' - Pierce JohnJ ' ,' Podoiil, James A. J ,F I . sf . , . Li 21 ii .Hi V V Polli, George J I. Y t -- 1 Pope, Anthony J P? - 1' . ! Powers, Anthony R y JA , 5 i Prack, Michael J . l Z ii. . . s ji llll Freshmen are happy at the thought that a new group of beginners will take their humble places next year and that the newcomers will have a record to shoot at. The frosh football team won three out of four. Impressive novices were P. Mitchell and R. Walsh at tackle, R. Kennedy and B. Kennedy Cnot brothersl at end, and VV. Edmier and J. Rossi at guard. Some ot the best swimmers are T. Hayden, L. Kann, R. DeGrenier, P. Fox, and W. Finn. T. O'Brien is the trosh diver. Freshman regular debators are P. Tierney, D. Madl, J. Lee, and T. Provenzano. "At last we made it f through the toughest year of all" G. Bullet and J. Mehl, '60 ...J ,- It x rv .4 T l -A -4 5. l Rice, William K. 'Y Riley, Thomas J. Roger, Irvin S. gl' Rosanova, Albert R. f Rose, James J. , Rossi, James J. Ruane, John P ev. it Rubeck, Robert G Russell, Theodore J. ' Rutherford, Joseph A ' Ryan, Lawrence P i Ryan, William F 'i' N Sabaini. Mario J 5- x Salvatore, Anthony T. Sarno, Frank C ' Scannell, Thomas P Schaefer, William T Schauer, Russell J Schill, Donald F Schnalienberg R R Schultz John J Schweitzer. Glenn S Scott Charles N Scully John E Sebeli, frank G Sergo, John R Shimandle, Francis L. -N Simmons. Allen O N f .-.. V " .1 - . ' - J i ul 5 t I Q si oi P a 9 e 66 Skoglund, Thomas J. Skriba, louis J. Snyder, Thomas H. Spanier, Joseph T. Spero, Ronald L. Sredl, Frederick H. Stamm, John C. Stuczynslxi, Zygmund L Sullivan, Daniel J. Sullivan, Walter C. Summerville, Rett S. Sutei, Ronald A. Theall, Robert J. Thill, Charles J. LET'S GET ON THE STAGE says J Gorman to his Tuco Dennis P burden, G. Dunne, before Amateur Night show VU' D9 Welle R A Veldmon, Raymond J Villari, Kenneth J. Vincenti, Darryl l. Visco, Raymond J. Vlcelx, William J. Vrha, Charles A. Walsh, John C. Walsh, lawrence H. Walsh, Robert F. Wanat, Thomas F. Wantuchowicz, R. V. Wendt, William H. Wessel, Daniel C. Whalen, Edward J. Wiadurk, Harold J. Wiedel, Michael C. Williams, John J. Williams, Thomas R, Wilson, Gerald M. Wilson, Joseph E. Windle, Michael D, Windle, Patrick T. Wood, Richard J. Wood, Thomas B. Woods, John P, Wright, Russell W. Wufl, Robert J. Yurgil, Allen D. Page 67 if Q? 1? 1 if Page 69 The classes cmd studies take up the major part of Fenwick's school life. The work routine is spiced with gym classes, lunch, and frequently "jug" lsocial acliustmentl. In Fenwick's pioneer school there was the inevitable disciplinarian - the prefect. Jefferson Davis writes about him in his "Memoirs": There was an organized revolt arnong the boys one day, and this priest the prefect, Father Miles, later bishop ot Nashvillel was their special obiective point. They persuaded ine to blow out the light in the pretect's roorn V,.. g so, atter everything was guiet, I blew it out, then the insurgents poured in cabbages, squashes, potatoes, and all kinds ot missiles. As soon as the light could be lit, search was made tor the culprits, but they were sound asleep, and I was the only wake- tul one, The priests interrogated me severely, but I declared that I did not know much and would not tell that. The one who had special care ot rne then took nie to a little roorn in the highest story of the monastery and strap- ped me down to a kind ot cot, which Nas arranged to facilitate the punishment ot the boys, but the old ntan loved ine dearly and hesitated before striking nie a blow, the first one I should have received since I had been with the ntonks, He pleaded with me: "It you tell rne wha' you know, no rnatter how little, I will le' you oft." "Well," said I, "I know one thing. I know who blew out the light," The priest eagerly promised to let rne oft tor that piece ot information, and I said: l'l blew it out." Ot course I was let oFF, but with a long talk which moved me to tears and prevented rne trorn co-operating with the boys again In their schemes of inischiet. N 'I' I f ' E Lx 0 11-4 A -. 'ti X fr: 4 V I X S' if E: 'u if . , -'Y I , , al' THE NAMES USE AND SYMBOLISM of the vesvmems used by the prwesv av Mass are explamed vo some of Favher Pegans religion swdenvs m vhc prwory chapel sacrusvy lleft Oo right T Roumree Fr Pecan Shockey J MCGLMQ cr J ONQIY Rellglon glves purpose 'ro our learnmg CONFERENCES Lfaax Q Qrv Q ec we Q-ag c, Rc D O CONNOR COMFOQTS sc W Page M WILIGHT MEDITATION s r cisefv G s v o D C Rellglous octs must be added to reltgtous facts to make our school prac ttcal and to tusttfy the great personal F nanclal sacrtflce required of our parents Besides the full pertod of reltgtous tn struction every day the Relnglon Depart ment and the parents clubs conduct many outstde acttvttles to apply reltgton t everyday ltfe Confessions are heard every afternoon after school and all day Thursdays before Ftrst Frtdays Student Mass IS sand datly tn the prlory chapel and durtng Lent tn the gymnasium Students are urged to Ioan the St Thomas Confraterntty and to wear St Thomas cords to foster purtty Ashes are dlstrtbuted on Ash Wednesday throats are blessed on the feast of St Blase The Mothers and Fathers Clubs spon sor Communton breakfasts for themselves and thetr sons Under the dlrectton of Father Qulnn the parents meet several eventngs a year at the Nazareth Confer ences with lay experts and prtest teachers dtscusslons about teen age parent and teacher problems Students are taught thetr obltgattons to the home and forelgn mtsslons A competttuve mtsslon collection drive cre ates great Interest Three Confraternuty dances IH the gymnasuum each year fur ntsh about fifteen hundred dollars to the mtsslons The Amateur Ntght IS held each December for mtssuon b nefit Thus year the sentors were gtven the opportunity to make weekend retreats at the Domunlcan Prlory at Dubuque Iowa More than half of the sensors made the retreats The other sensors and the other classes made thetr annual two day retreat between semesters THE DISTRIBUTION OF ASHES on Ash Wednesday rernnnds tkneelmg left to nghtl R Skach W Tteman an L Sulltvan and Istandmg F Land: A McLean and J Showel that bodles wall decay but souls uv ll ast Fr Determan admtnlsters the ashes THE CHAMPION New World salesmen adrmre the newspaper whtch they helped to brnng unto stxty three homes W Hunyady tlefft sold forty ntne sch scrspttons R Kula sold fourteen SENIOR PARENTS Mr and Mrs D Nardo tnghtl con sult vvrth the prtnctpals In the Nazareth Conference Mrs Ann Mockenhaupt Dr John Kelly 39 and Father Reardon 00111101 mrs to 4 Pag 71 0 0 4 I J 1 1 1 ' ' ' I . I t . , I- . ,V . . . . . - Xl' ,-L l - , . . , . , , O fl - '. ' 2 2 .ff . 1 X - . I . l N I K ' ' . s f J I ' - I I . . . pl "MF BWP, . . . wfcijg. ,Y , - I gp, 4 , - Q . . . . , -I , mm n . D T fc? ,V " ' ' a . A ' t , A, . , . , . -. I , l. " . l I 5 ' l . , . . . 1 .N gf V ,X , K , 3 A Senior members of the National Honor Society are lAboveJL Allen T W Burke W Cormack R Dhooge T Dooley R Dvorak R Farrar and R Houillon llef1lW .lones L Judy T Keefer T S Kelly andJ Lyons lnghtjl. Muller R Okon N Pierce D Puchalsku and C Rieck The National Honor Society received twenty six Fenwick seniors September 28 They are students who received hugh scholastic averages and who were selected by a faculty com mittee on the basis of leadership char acter and service to the school Contrary to a popular opinion that athletes are generally poor students ten of the new members engaged in malor sports T Burke W Jones L Judy T Keefer L Muller N Pierce D Puchalski D Rlgall R Shockey and L Vertuno Rigall and Jones were class oftlcers all their four years Journalists wereL Allen R Dhooge T. Dooley R. Dvorak R. Houillon C. Rieck T. Riplinger T. Schoenbaum J. Vrtis and N. Wegerzyn. Houillon Dhooge and Stella were Band mem- bers. Senior debaters were Riplinger Wegerzyn and Rieck. Dvorak is a tour- year Glee Club man. Fenwick's membership in the Na- tional Honor Society now is over 250, under a charter received in l939. D. Rigali, T. Riplinger, T. Schoenbaum, R. Shockey M, Stella, L. Vertuno, J. Vrtis, and N. Wegerzyn 1 1 A Page 72 NTTNESS T ADAIVS ts te no ouesttoned by Lawyer D Ctmnno tn a lusrness law mock trral Mr Spatafom es fhtle r O Ptcke A Manzo nd T Sullnvan nelgh the a guments Soclol sciences furnish o good ponoromo the world we ltve an tts past tn htstory and present socual makeup and practtce About halt ot the sophomores talce world history Instead ot btology the only electuves an second year In tunuor year about the same number select modern htstory but all sentors must take Am rlcan hrstory and pass the State tests In that sublect Other soctal scrences economtcs economuc ge ography soclology business law and ctvtcs have a great appeal to future lawyers and busln ssmen as the most practical and nmmedtately unteresttng and usetul sublects They thoroughly engoy Father Malones spendtng mtlluons Con the blackboardb hts Inside lntormatuon on llltnots polntlcs hts Interest ID the Wall Street Journal They get deeply rnvolved rn Mr Spatatoras mock trlals and law cases They are pleasantly surprised at Father Quinn s vu de knowledge ot the Ortent and ot South Amertca Students will agree that no hugh school courses mal-ce the young man s world come to ltte wrth new gnuflcance as mu h as cuvucs economtcs buslness law and the other socual scuences are able to do Newspapers and magazunes have a new meantng Thts year Father Malone succeeded In havtng Chicago Board ot Trade experts come to h s class room to be targets tor hrs students questions Father olllns In American history vvorrled the llbrartar' rawals Students agree The socual sctences are tnterestlng and practrcal ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHERSJ Ahern and K Horn get some tups FATHER COLLINS evtdently sustatns the obyectlon bc-:ng oftered on the use of maps from Father Qutnn by T Rountree to J Spechts Amerrcan htstory report as T ODonnell looks on 'bf Page 73 judg .' ' luro s J Vrtls, R Connell, J. ' ll, , a , ' ' I r O I O ot ' ' 1 A ' its ' ' ' li - I E ' si ' c ' ' , ' , ' c , 9 ' I I I I - , , ' , . . with a record number ot collateral-readtng with, B Yu 4' Nm! T IV' V fn 1 , sf V Ya, ' .. t 'I E I I V Y A A gf' 'MH' . fa f 5' . ' T X Q TJ 1 , A 1 'C x . 1 Pag 74 i'. BASS STQHCES ff- STNQG s." c 'C-f-cling rs Gurnnsrx nc.-.si.ai.f,' to 're-1 f-ss J Fc aff' J Gorey' lgeafed in frontl sf-ptr 'o sw"::f4"' :Q German, French and Spanish languages can hardly be learned vvell in tvvo years of high schoolf hut, as one lunior said, "We get a good start, and we certainly learn that there are other people in the vvorld vvho are as smart as vve are something that Ameri- can young people are likely to forget." Americans vvorship the nevv, the mod- ern, the 'latest thing out." The study of modern languages helps to make under- standable the European devotion to vvhat is old venerable and historical Modern language study makes us see that all peoples are fundawentally the same in tneir desire for peace and pros perity in their struggle for security and love in their everyday human interests and in their struggle tor eternal salvation even though their customs may be quite different from ours The German students especla ly through the German Club learn the music and traditions of the Germans the French learn that more than Paris is gay and in telligent the Spanish Club meets even on Saturdays in their interest in the Spanish language and custon s and literature There is the toy of discovery and ac complishment in read ng a foreign lan guage a pleasure added to the con tent of any story Latin is the only tour year foreign language course at Fenvviclc lt is a ian ouage which s diFl'Tcult to enioy untnl the sttoyars ts oge at a d has vocahularv have heen ufTered h ough Otiy N th rd anc fourth ye o stuccnts h oi to appreciate the u a the un 3 1 C vlliiatl Ll CCC , , , , ' l , s L , . . , K , N . , . hrs e o ctruj l .vith gr n mar in ic f ' 5' t. r . i ' ii i l ars d .. l- c ,eliw ' cle ture ot the old l?o"'aias ,nd lee lievalule resf1nil,lance Ct our ' on tr th X rs. l 5' ew 's ,uxga s 1 , , , - ' "" 1' L A.. 'fi Ir' fl "" "v 'TQ ' T :HJ Til. Q.'vr3't', l c Lf-.Liz :tc-'r-'s"a'es 'K 5 'c.'. ecg-f Ct F':":" 'S T S" 'l' and lame' Beri- l 3 5 Spanish and Lohn help us To meet the peopNe and cuhures of Omer coun- rres The smaNI rmeughborhoori cwrde Q1 the freshman and sophomore be gms O ose ns comfhwmg b Lmdarres an We forlc Looks FQ er Ore farvefi gre rmeresrmg ws a surornse 0 Hn! that rhe Arrerrcam of today have no Worvopoly on skr ' and mrelh gence The ar1cremTRomam and Greeks STN H ff? Th H fculd also the modern Eurooeams HIS PANJVSH CROSS! ORD mf r owe ou ' ac ord ng awfr wo r r TO arr r C B Onrw IORS NN LATIN r an clf get TJ p vc e Ae neva! L vm rn Father Morgenvhfder 5 Q ass STRUGGLING FOR LATIN NAMES of obyecfs m1hL pncmre Cboffom nghij are R Burns a d A Cal derone as Father Hren C Benner? fexheme left, r v ower effj Ausvm and W Feee Ccenierl vavch crmcally CBelowJ TRIUMPHANTLY MAKING A CHANGE vo she csenv reuse as E Kral correqfmg P Hanrahms versron of a Linn senlence -ff' ill! Page 75 5 1 G-,ii hrs X N A , X. Q vxv . ' ' g x as is x.,x.x,xxxx,tz i ,fl DISTINGLMSHING VOWEL SOUNDS reouires careful practice Fa'her Smith .wants R La.-,ler 'o ge' 'ha' sho" a a twle shorter lOpposite pagel Al POPULAR E'XlGLlSl-l HC'.'ENCi2'i at:o'a'of. is 't scloo R 'fascia J fairer' ana V Ke a'e harc C' ' e E Haw-' 1 was " 'rrgaznes Tl-'E TDYMS O: THE KUNG s T rcs"a'ec: by a sxcen' rc ec' to' 'Jr t-laws tClo:kwisei D V--veit' .2 ..a'c1 'J' H':.E-s F t-laws-fn C Pcifci 'J ".l:'.'fn 1 T Derek a"c:J Qeagai' admve 'he' -Corl- THE BOOK lS OVERDUE 'or P Ps-llag'-vo 'Irs Bc,- ngrran' discovers. lx. vaientino searcnes tor a gooc one: J Nlurolw lrighij has a research pfoblen' The mother tongue comes at us from every angle. Some inconsider- ate English teachers even pick up history and religion papers and use them to iudge English ability and practices. Not alone book reports for English classes, but collateral reading tor other courses keep prominent the necessity for knowing the mother tongue. Enunciation is stressed in most classes. There must be no "da's" and "dis's" and "Podders" Almost every evening atter school, the library is filled. The librarians, Miss Simones and Mrs. Buckingham, gloat over the dog-eared copies ot library books-f the sure sign ot frequent use. But senior composition teachers are never satisfied. There must be some way to get an J. Vrtis, a senior, advises: f'While vou're still a sophomore. try to hncl out ,vhat those iunior and senior English teachers expect besides correct grammar. spelling, and punctuation. The blow won't hurt so "auch in senior year." Among many English protects this year .vas the especially instructive "lclyIIs ot 'ne King' setting and costume display done by one of Mr. Hlavins English ll :asses See picture on ner' DGQG? JSE 3: we caieo cwiaoo S ekpaneo -Q M Can,-r,f,Q ing Q C96-new Fg'n'r ,',ng,lens English s'.iClert'S lRearl J "-'-'D". Page 76 ivww 1 . V . np'-vlHf' 1 'Ty , . f --.. 2-9 1 , , , P .! Y ,Ay-aww, . "WH-5-.I 1 Q 'af , I I Il'.llN! K nl p, A 3.5: ,IW N- J" an ' X fi'- l 4 u "Ai ,AMX fi I .JZ 2 ff I ' Q ? 5 1 -.319 h... "S f 4 FATHER TUCKER SUPERVISES the v-.ork of R, Waco in ntechanical drawing class P Fantetti lrearj orepares for inspection Future clraftsmen practice precision and neatness in Father Tucker's mechanical drawing classes. Since it is a laboratory course, mechanical drawing takes ntany extra hours and rnany other- wise tree hours, but tor those who expect to take pre-engineering or architectural drawing, the skills acquired are invaluable, Page 79 Many departments ot the school borrow the stu' dents with such skill tor map-making, tor special charts, for hand-lettering, and the like. Underclassnten are reminded that mechanical drawing is an extra subiect, that is, a sIxth subiect, and may be taken only by those who are in the upper third ot their class. ,J '. wit E SEMO? Cl-lE'.'iS'i' YVDENT ',' .-,ood lleffl .-.ess-e f'r:"' r ' l-fd .-.a'e' Mysteries of chemistry are fascinating tor the science students. The double lab periods go all too fast, But then there are those miserable Friday chemistry tests to take the ioy out of the course. The course in physics is Uniquely arranged in that the student does not keep the same instructor all year. Each instructor teaches only his own specialty, Below left: ONE OF THE FOUR ANALYTI- CAL BALANCES in the chemistry laboratory is Used by VV. Weller tc weigh an Unknown liquid Below righf: UNDER' THE EXHAUST HOOD M. Stella satueves a sclwion with hydro- gen sulhde .M ..,,. ,EP Sf,.. ,v s, -rw., I f r f . 110 -,OU X -,.,...---' -- fi In ...--, ur? .,"', ,if an E f ,a...4 ' Q--.lf . C - Q 95,1 31 3 QI? , ,HHH so '59 ew?" suv 'J' l THE LARGE ANTENNA BEAM on the roof of the school buvldmg as Bennett R Ausvnn H Skopal J Poll: J Zuk E HoHman P Maren the pride of the Radlo Club Members of Yhe club are lstandmg G Green E Rubeck and Fr Robunson Ckneellngl T A1twood W Ief Io nghtj R Krankoslu J Karmazun W OTooIe E Oslap C Sumpson F Ludwng T Counney J Ward and D Cowler Ham rodlomen Talk To all the world Page 82 P ,- l AN EXPERIMENT IN ELECTRICITY labove, leffj is conducted by W, Diyane find A. Conter in Fr, Fishers general science laboratory. ASTRONOMERS WANTED TO POSE labove, rightl with the telescope they themselves built: lStandingI G. Anderl, C. Hillig, T, Andrew, J, Polli, Instruc'or Mr. Janis, L Allen, J. McGraiI, and lkneelingj J. Courtney and J Ward Even the freshmen study science and have their regular laboratory periods. All lirst-year stu- dents must get a credit in general science as an exploratory course for themselves and for the science department. Enthusiastic science students take advantage of such organizations as the Radio Club and the Astronomy Club to make early uses of their knowledge of science. Typical of ham radio operators, the Radio Club members make their shack Cthe tower rooml an open house for mem, bers. They operate from September to June with unbelievr able enthusiasm. A third-floor showcase displays some oi the hundreds ot station call cards received by our station VVQANF. IN ALL CLASSES, in science religicit, English mathematics history Wwe, a'e s'uden's ally so testify R Kuta lon window sillj and W Delxes Yes he plays basketball Page 83 vu .I bf.- Organizations ond clubs give 'ne s's3e"'s 'f- Spoof," ', 'o ef 3. ' se-yes, .uc e a' 'ce same t me they 'o .work 'h 'he gross tor a purpose. ln ef' curr Cu.ar ac' w ' es 'hey ge' acdua Wes: t each other fwtnos' 'ne necessary format f,i ot the classroom. ln the wilcls of Kentucky in the hrst American Dominican school under the direction ot Father Fenwick, our patron, tarrning and housecleaning, hunting and hiking, group singing around the recreat on room organfthese were the extracurricular activities. Few ot the students were able to pay in tull tor their board and tuition. Many, as was the early custom, paid their way partly by manual labor and tutoring. The most rigid economy was required, The students tor the Order, especially, showed seared, brown hands 'made so by ordinarv labor which hlled their hours ot "recreation" Withal, the college tlourishecl, having at one tinse an enrollment ot' more than two hundred, a large number tor that period lts impress upon Kentucky and the South was great. However, in l828, it was found necessary by the Order to make the school into an institution exclusively tor candidates tor the Dominicans, as it renfains to this day. With other priests caring tor the college, Father Fenwick engaged in missionary work in Kentucky and in Ohio. Until he became the tirst bishop ot Cincinnati, he practically lived in the saddle. lt was a common thing for him to ride titty miles to be ot spiritual service. After the first Dominican ordinations in the United States ttour candidatesl in Sep- tember, l8lo, Father Fenwick was able to devote himselt to his Ohio work. At times he travelled more than a thousand miles on horseback before returning home. HOUOI' Sflldenfi Durlng LenQ c0n9"U75 fo i I Receive Daily Nu! XXYIII, Nu f I-'IfYVBlf'K IIIGII NVIIUUI., UKK PARK. II.I. I'l'IlI'UdI'N 15. 1037 JUNIOR CLASS LEADS HCNOR ROLL Fr. Hoppe Gives Fenwick Retreat Semester Marks Show Progress ll.u'nIlI Punus Ibn In luxur- .lnhn l.ux1'lIl Kun Nllra-I.. Nllkv' xv-Ile-rx. I'ul NlmWI.nlmn. Hula XIII --x. Hill '-ur-o-un-X .I.aX 'lnnnv A - .u1lula.L. I'.ul 4.,n-mls-ri Nlnl U'Hru-n ' - II ' 1 1 H'll l"' x inuu nmn shllldx Druudlx in rvnh-r M gx rn NAIVIIIIILZ dum-ins: mnllphw N I nv 1 'LMI ' ' I lx. k' I X I - ' N A - ' ' ' x LII n u Lx-num 1 I u su lx 1 I1 nl: l, -'MNVN -'UHF' Huh Mvutllmn, : M ,V ,tt J H d d th--nl'uv Ulu-rn1.un-r . fllqnlrlvs ,X f ree un re Couples ' I I I Lu- I5-Hx-,aw is H- 3-u --5 S11 - . . . . 'Y fi I' e -. tis 2' y 4 ' I Enloy Winter Confrahlhon I' - 1 1 1 'xc 'I c XM 0 F X , f .,,.,, W , . . l------- ff-'11-'N -':l":'I'l1"J lu "I MII mm' A 1 .A 1 lv XI, L A .W K mlm ' ,L X N , ivurgc- u ' , rsvp! 'rx s . ,, A A' 14 V A. ' I' IIN: HOnOfS 'Ium Vullins, Rub Ilriwko. Don ' 4. N H . ' ' V' rr Nladl. .lohn Vzuxlik. Tom I'Xll'Y. A ,Vx 'LTU k,1'.x, 'g 'l'i1'rnl'y. .12 , Il1ll'0Id Win' , , ,M ,W i X , U Y " I V' uf-kr Rohm-rl I-Lisa-rl nm- 11- "lf 'I K ' " " A ' " -' ' ' I f" ..1. -, , .. 'rm-dd.-us 'MM I I A V 2' Q ' 'IITIJH x Wlgriu iuhuini .' V 4 r Q The Wink Z' rh1,"' iw-ff OPPOSITE PAGE: 4 TABLES ARE TURNED as Junior newsrnen let "Blackfriars" put them SENlORS ARE CAUGHT by "Blackfriars" cameraman iust before a work session. lSeatedj R. Dhooge, G. Anderl, T. Andrew, T. Rip- Iinger, C. Rieck, G. Vondruska, and P. Sheehan, lstandingj R. Houil- lon, Moderator Fr. Whalen, Editor R. Dvorak, and L. Allen. A. Sicilia. sry, vt s I 5 I S 1- 9 into the news. lStandingl D. Srnilanich, P, Woods, F. Basile, W. Sweeney, J, Wills, J. Tonne, and F. Bokuniewicz, lseatedl D. Barron, R. Haddad, W. Kretlow, L. Selcke, C. Hillig, M. Barry, and T H E W I C K FENWICK HIGH SCHOOL 2 LHS T H E W I C K 1 x ru Oak Park, Illinois assuf-N' Vol. XXVII No. 3 November I6, T956 Editor .... Sports Editor Associate Editors News Eclifcrs . , Rewrite Editor ,. Copy Editor . ... Feature Writers .. John Vrtis Ron Dvorak . Terry Vitha Terry Andrew Larry Allen George Vondruska . Torn Dooley Russ Dhooge Geo Anclerl, Jim McCauley, Dennis Barron Columnists . .. Joe Specht, Pa Charles Rieck, ul Sheehan, Mike Bartlett, Bob E-rtrich, Bob Carroll Peporters .... ...... O wen Hughes. Tom Riplinger, Len Vertuno, Larry Selcke, Tony Sic ilia, William S.-.ees ney, Leonard Tufo, James Wills, Bob Skach, Russ Dhooge, VVilliain Egan Cartoonist ........ Picture Credits . . Tony Nlanzo . Bob Houillon. Dan Smilanich Bob Troendl, 'Joclerators Fr James G Nhalen, O P Fr Mark E Sullivan, OP First class rating was given to "The Wick" this year by the Na- tional Scholastic Press Associa- tion, an enviable achievement and a worthy acknowledgement of the careful work of the senior and iunior staffs. The iournalists who are respon- sible forthe monthly appearance of the school paper are listed here-fthe hrst semester staFf at the left and the second semester stat? at the right. The new staff for the coming year will prepare the last issue for this year under the guidance of the regulars. The following iournalists will spark the new staff: C. Hillig, L. Selcke, H. Bonus, D. Barron, W. Sweeney, R, Had- dadpand J. Wills. Page 87 vi' A FENWICK HIGH SCHOOL Oak Park, Illinois Vol. XXVIII No. 6 March 29, I957 Editor . . .. .. Ron Dvorak Sports Editcr .. Tom Dooley Associate Editors .. Harold Bonus Lawrence Selcke EditCrialis's . . Tom Riplinger John Vrtis Copy Editor Chuck Hillig Columnists . . .lint Wills, JQQ SDL-qlvy NIIIXC Bartlett, Bill Egan, Charles Rieck, Jim Listak C'rc,lation ... .. .... Pat Woods Tvpis's ..... . Terry Andrews. Larry Allen, Jim Hunter Reporters . ..... . C.-.en Hughes, Bill Sweeney, Pon Haddad, Bill Cormack, Dennis Barron, Anthony Sicilia, 'illike Barry Cartoonists . ...,... Tony Manzo, Mil-.e NicManigal, Dennis Dooley Pltotogranl-r-r . . Dan Smilanict- Moclerator Rev James G Whalen, O P 'Blockfriars' of 1957 is the result ot a tull year's work. Front the itay oi- which the inconfing treshnten register until "te ent: of the school year "Blacktriars" representatives are spy- ing at eyery aftair conducted in the school, A contp efe catalog of all students inust he prepared and a picture ot each one taken. The consplete product is the schoo is history tor the year. Bruce Knudsen was editor-rn-chief, Father Van Roo. and Mr. G. Polk were the ntoderators. The hackhone ot the statt consisted ot D. Srnilanich, in charge oi photography: J. Barrett and A. Flowers, assistants to the editor, R. Dvorak, sports writer, G. Bullat and J. Mehl, typists, and P. Gels and T. Lennon, who did ali the art work. Many others helped, especially with the student section. Among thein were T. Hickey, J, Purtell, R. Gorman, R. Dawson, R. Collins, M. Sanwrnon, S. Den'- ski, G. Korzeniewski, J. Wills, and R. Houillon. This year, one hundred and titty years after the first Dorninican foundation in this country, the editors tried to present a picture ot Fenwick as the tulfillrnent ot a dream'-fthe drearn ot our patron, Bishop Fenwick, OP.. the first bishop ot Cincinnati. -C 59-ST! ll ' T 5 5 ' 'T K., if ,4 A THlS TABLE nearly cxcry even no er school at? p a checks writcs B Ki udscn tfront center :tor t Clockwtse aroun fa e from him are J ' c , ey,Mr G ', 'cc sc, u a ':i ', vu- 'Q ' f cat V acu W my orp it .-.gr if." t L' I 'La A, J-D 1 ,-V.. c, 1 .n r ftssnw it 1 ' '- " tback to camerai, A Q. ,-f, 4 w ALJJLJSUNG W? - ir .H occ, ,Qt i,. 4 L texvreme rightl post-s ' .--fwrrcror .'r:'3g' 1: 'rv' Ed '5' K'-sztsr-' tat tablet vw- : s '- ": Jw- i'i't 1: I tleft re-art, V Anctwsf 5 I1 rtifr r, R '-.-"1oCJ't R First i-'ct 2' Hiilaifrt an' G B X9 gn 'V Page 88 1 s t Q9 '01 ' Q I J' I -- W-I All-American rating, so coveted by yearbook stafts, was awarded to "Black- 'mk triars" last year by the National 7' P Scholastic Press Association. JJ. ,X 45559 Yearbooks from all over the na- tion, from public and private schools, are en- tered tor judging, As a result, requests tor copies ot "Blacktriars" have corne to us trorn as tar away as Hawaii and North Carolina. Since the yearbook must be an official history and an accurate reference book tor years to come, rnany annoying favors have to be asked ot the school ottice. Those requests have been generously offered, and the editors feel that Mrs. Jaeger and Miss Nelson should be made honorary members ot the "Blacktriars" staft. The success of the yearbook depends substan- ally upon the co-operation ot all school de- partrnents. Pigot? 9 f as 5 i 2 A gk. A in Cz ' Q fn. K: YQ. Q Qi Q i 'hmwr qx Q A, 3 'WN .5 z ag F .K K If . .ra v ,- f"n"' A 'TrciTors Gate' Norbert Wegerzyn, as Sir Thomas More, carried the leading role and earned the praise ot critics, The play ,vas quite serious throughout, and there was very little actlon on the stage, conditions which gaxe the responsibility tor eftectifeness to the ac'ors' personal aolity to speak the lnes .we l. THE CAST St, Thomas More. .. ...Norbert We-gerzyn William Roper ..... ...Terrance Anclrexf This son-in-lawl John Clement .........,. Lawrence Seclce lMore's adopted sont Thomas Cromwell ,...... ...Daniel Foley lSec. of Statet Thomas Howard .... . .Thorwzs Riplinger lLord Norfollct Thomas Cranmer .....,,.... Charles Rieclc lArchpishop ol Canterpuryt Er. Nicholas Wilson ....,... Donald Mielke lformer chaplain to Henry VIIIQ Solicitor-General Rich ...... Patrick Goedert Palmer ............. .. .Dennis Barron Dame Alice More, ,. ...Barbara Cormack Margaret Roper .............. Judy Pardi lMore's eldest daughterj Peg Clement .............. Carol Linslcey lvvite of John Clementj STAGE CREW Scenery: James McCauley Alan Mclean Thomas Schoenhaum Sound EfTects1 Michael Stella James Sullivan Prompterq Robert Collins -,V DIRECTOR JOHN B. SPATAFORA labovel checks the script with C. Linskey iPeg Clement, D, Barron lPalmer,, and C. Rieclc iThornas Cranmer, Belcwl AT FiRST INSPECTION OE THEIR COSTUMES are T. Riplinger lThoma5 l-lcward, N. Wegerzyn lThomas Moref, C Linslaey lPeg Clernent,, J. Pardi iMcre's eldest daughter, and B. Ccrmack lDame Alice Morey, ff, X . ki'- ... u'.,,...,-f- ggr!-I Properties: George Anclerl Frank Scalise Lighting: Robert Carroll Raymon Farrar Joseph Franger Thomas Keeler Page 91 Declcimcitory and extempore speaking replaced debate in several speech festivals attended by Father Convvay's speakers. In several of such meetings special recognition was given to Patrick Goedert and Robert Carleton for extempore ability and to James Listak and Peter Bartlett tor their ac- complishments in declamation. Critique and points gained in debate are based mainly on the tollovvingf analysis and case con- struction, attack and defense, evidence, rebuttal, and delivery. The total points determine the winning teams for trophies and the best individual debaters for medals. Schools participating in the debate sessions are: Madonna, Aurora, Illinois, St. Mary's, Kenosha, Wis- consin, St. Mary's, Burlington, Wisconsin, St. Cather- ine's, Racine, and Divine Savior, Marquette, Pius Xl, and Don Bosco, all ot Milwaukee, and the Chicago schools, Mt. Carmel, Loyola, St. Patrick's, De La Salle, St. Mel, St. George, St. Ignatius, St. Rita, St. Philip, and the girls' schools: St. Scholastica, Madonna, Providence, Aquinas, Maryvvood, and Alvernia, co- educational: St. Gregory and St. Benedict. - V "y Q , 4' ' ' f 1... BEST BOY SPEAKER GOLD MEDAL AWARD in the Munde- lein Debate Tournament, February 16, was presented to Patrick Goedert, shown above checking an argument with Moderator Father Conway. THE JUNIOR DEBATERS ibelowj have a schedule as heavy as that of the seniors. Working under the direction of Father Conway are: Cfronf iablel T. Scappilato, R. CBYUOU, R. Eisert, and P. Tierney, J. Hunter istandingl, iback tablet J. Lee, J. Listak, D. Madl, and A. Provenzano. X ' x Wx? 1 xx Y " Lim it Elffk' 'M S xx xg: xii 533 U Y1 N 19 D . ,ffff L A rr P- , Q 1x , Q Eaif CF, ax? 156 xg, 57 A 'X wi ng., 5 1 x' N ,- jg, x. 31 3 1' , fx LX L fxfi X X Q 1 g , M L! B xr 5 gi K 124' 1 A Q Q1 . f E K, A 6 gn v K x Af, x ' in-MXN if ff 466 f 239m .Q k 'Q X ' l Q ML 4 -' X rf. xxx EY 5 R it x , K ' Q rr , N 1' F Q41 Q, 5 , WN," -+44 x" I I . 5 , ff' 4 4 1' , , I 1. 'J 4 n 'f 'v ... ,M n 51, . 49.9. W ,.., , 5 ,Q 3, ' 5 f -N : ' if A '37 j 1, Z. .'ff5QJ5 y W ,X ,tgp A , 1 X V my 54" 4, ., 19- f ,f .- ,,,, 4 - ,, K f, iii,-1 W? 'Q ai" J ,- ,ww .X C2 ' 7 ' . 1' 3 m 2" if I ' r f X sx, f ,, ,2 , ,. L J , E if 7 A V V7 , T.. iv l 4 . , ' f ! n ,S 4 . , 2 e 0,1 K ,Q gf 16' 'f Mi N J- J M f , K 2 I , , X , I 1 1 I , ' 1 J - s , ' 1 . ,Q ,. 1 QX gs X' .fx M' A my A ' X 1 jx WYKQX Q . 2, X -, .,, f .N lj. I I I If , sm, -7 KI aw 5 X U . , T if .1 Q 0- T x ' 4' 2 r Bcitom row: Fr. Hren, moderawrg J. DeNardo, J. Anderschaf, Amer, R. Kiziof, M. Gabhen, H. Kenmhgvon, M Hohahd, P, Burk and C. Glomskw. Cemer row: T. Hobam, M Sahaihl J R,ane, P. Java B. S e, G. B 3 . '59 I ': 1-.W ,' "f E . 1 Kern, R. Gribben, J, Lavezzi, C. Johnsvon and T. Mar' Top row: reckler, J Nhanar, L Augesriniak, A. Provenzaho, P Hoop, J COs1eITo, R. WCW, and R Dvorak . EE ,' , x AFV" 'D Page 96 lla When the Fathers' Club emer- raihs, wt does if up rwght, Each vear all The Band members are ww-fed to the Foo1baHBahquet1o Furmsh hws C ahd To he furnished a good dmher. The whvutahon is a fewami for The Bands part in the afhlef C fJV'OQ'G'Tx eszzecnhy af 'Gowns ' QGNTGS. V HCQTHE h'7,CF'Ti.,1Y' .- ff, V..vr1,.-V '- fTop plcfure front rovw ' ivmoor - - .T ., r second row 4 ' ,. ,.4,,, L f . Bonom p.:1uve front vow ' 'L ' - -' second rowr '- back rowu '.' V, .T 5 ,ff '1 - 27.4 'V ., ,i, wwf Wgjw 4 ,W. .4 1 if 'qsdgp' , ,,, 1 s , ,Z We ., ,. 4 f A , If M jj ,,,,y,.,,,. fb' ji, is X 11-,f Q 1 Q . 2 6 'Q U 1 .. " " 2 "' 5 A j 2 j , V, I . Q tj 9- jg, f j 1 . it il' A Q, .F - an vi' , f' Vv r , A gh :V I 'V 5 qt ,, ' 0 4, as . , i - , 'Y K' , in 4 M' , i v- g 9' K 1, Bottom row: A. Drago, R. Sutej, R. Nergaard, R, Van De Walle, J. Frank, and F. Brennan. Top row: N. Valentino, K. Kaval, J. J. Courtney, J. Brett, L. Skriba, and Director C. Martini. Center row: Flaherty, E. O'Melia, S. Kubacki, R. Summerville, D. Turco, and D. Murphy, P. Bartlett, W. Herbert, D. Gasparo, M. Prack, J. Caruso, F Shimandle. 4 Glee Club promotes love of group singing The Club's large membership this year indicates an increased interest in group singing. Enjoyable perform- ances, otten the high spots of student assemblies, are bringing about greater appreciation of this kind of artistic teamwork and encouraging participa- tion. Four year members receive white sweaters and black major letters. Sen- iors R. Dvorak and N. Valentino, presi- dent and vice-president, were this year's recipients. Juniors are awarded white major letters, freshmen and sophomores are given minor letters. During the past season the singers entertained at the Nazareth Confer- ence, Mothers' Club Concert, Christ- mas Concert fwith Nazareth Glee Clubj, and Christmas and Easter as' semblies. THE POPULAR "OCTET" has almost doubled in size. CAO windowj H. Kennington and F, Shimandle: lclockwise around pianol L. Skriba, R. Wolff J. Costello, R. Dvorak, J. Wanat, N. Valentino, C. Johnston, C. Glomski, T. Marr, and J. Lavezzig tseatedj Mr. Martini, E. O'Melia, and J. Ruane. if Page 97 'K , 1 'n 55, FP SHERMAN HOLDS TARGETS v'.l1Cl1 give ev devce of eagle- vyes on 'he Rifle Team lsfandingl Fr Sherman, 'noderatorg T Laskay, C Rasmussen, D Covtler, W Simpson, J Joyce, S Wenc, R Rogus O Pruyn, T Gleason, T McAloon, T Woods J McCauley, Clubs shoot with cam Father Sherman is moderator for both the Camera and the Rifle Clubs. Othcers ot the Rifle Club are T. Woods, president, D. Moran, vice-president, and F. Scalise, secretary and treasurer. The National Rifle Association of America has allowed the following ratings to the Club: S. Perry, expert riflemang W. Simpson, distinguished rifleman, 21 pro-marksman awards, 8 marksman, 5 marksman first class, three sharpshootersg and l sharpshooter bar I. Meetings C Kas-nider, A, Krtznzner, J, Maclennan, R, Vogt, J McMahon, J McGinley, and P Douglass, llmeelingl R. Okon, T Thompson, D Dooley, T Conrad, F Scaltse-,J Gaynor, D Moran,J DeNardo. P, Adlat, and P. Young eras and with rifles are held every Wednesday at Austin Town Hall. The Club membership is limited to forty, The Camera Club members completely refurnished the darkroom this year under the direction of R. Houillon, president. It is the duty of the Club to tur- nish the pictures for the school newspaper. D. Smilanich, vice-president, represents the Club as chief photographer tor "Blacktriars" yearbook. MEMBERS OF THE CAMERA CLUB discuss operation of new Graflex. lleh to righfl J. Callahan, J. Holloway, D. Srnilanich, vice' president, B. Kriudsen, M. Stella, R. Houillon, president, A. Flowers, and D. Cottler. t 1 H Page 98 l, 'G- THAT S MY BABY says J Mclnerney as he reaches up to J Nettleton SEWING IS A STRANGE BUSINESS for J Nettleton who IS decoratmg h s costume with sequins A PERMANENT RECORD of the Amateur Night performance IS made by M Stella and a professional friend Amateurs put on show for the mISSlOnS each year under the direction of Father Malone The purpose IS to give a Christmas contnbution to DomInIcan home missions The twenty second Amateur Night was held In the gymnasIum December 7th R SmIth took the first prIze for his display of dry wit Second place went to P Goedert as an old time pIanIst T OKeefe Because of the full program many excellent acts could not FGCGIVS prizes The audience took specIal delIght In the group acts slapstIck comedy and pantomIme Leading athletes showed that theIr abIlItIes were not lImIted to sports The school orchestra furnished the music for th finale A VARIETY ACT IS what they called It a d v ety I w as e PIe e OBrien J Drammis G Pape and R Dr rehearse IH the Iockerroon Page 99 place tie between accordionist E Kral and polka band members J Kublak J VosIcky T Jensen F ShI mandle and J MrIzek T Andrew at the piano and B EmerIch with his electrIc guitar took fifth place The show gives the students an opportunity to reveal hIdden muslcal and novelty talent I 4 -1 4:::- 1 . lf? I I I I I. . , I ' ' ' ' I xx ,. f I I Amateur Night is held shortly before Christmas ranked third with his imitation. There was a fourth . ,, n a ari 't as, A H k, N. 'rc, P. ' ' , , ', . , . ing X 3 L. 9 'Q gvagg, .2 44 . .3 V r X ..r,,, in "'Uu 0 I"'-A-fr 6-7656 ARA6 765 CHEST it-,RAY iiii After The bell rings 3'JCf6'DTS engage tit private interests of one kind or anotner. Social activities here and at neighboring scnoois provide opportunities tor meeting friends ia rer than those with whom they associate in class. Left: G BULL!-T ANJDJ MEHL exam-.ne me full.: 99.351 gniiz .nl-ich Far left: ROMAN MODELS OF WAR MACHDNES attract R. Brod- erick, J, Clark isfandingj, and P. Pierce. D. KORBAS waits patiently while girl friends discuss private prob- ems. D. BARRON AND T, McMANl- GAL try to keep their friends entertained at Junior Confrat. Far left: T. ADAMS, M, SAM- MON, ANDJ SULLIVAN repref Sent Fenwick on TV. THE WINYER WAS A SUCCESS r P Pierce and J. Clark. ar left SC'JPHC'i'i'iCQPES NNE UP f,,c- f.,g,'.i--virgo A'7E'L f'cf7'rA. 1, .rt 5- -ye.: ff-f U,-,-,E Page I00 Top left: CHRISTMAS CHEER IS SPREAD by E. Cogan and J. MCA Quaid in schooI gym. Top center: J. Lukomvz Fnds a pIeasant corner, Top right: N. Landi seems to have found the right partner. Lower renter: DANCE IS OVER for T. Schoenbaum as he goes to get his friend's coat. Lower right: T. De Paepe watches R. Broderick and friend execute a new step. Left: WAITING FOR NEXT DANCE are G. Vondruska, R. GrimIey and D. Hunter. Center: THAT COKE IS ALMOST GONE. Right: CUSTOM REQUIRES that dance program be autographed. left: R. BROWN MAKES A RE- QUEST for his favorite number. Center: DOUBLE-DATERS T. O'Donnell and P. Cordes meet on the dance Hoof. Right: J. MANNION SEEMS UN- HAPPY that the dance is over. Inset: "THERE MUST BE AN AN- SWER to this problem," says R. King. left: READY FOR AN ENCORE are D. Alumbaugh and D. Schorsch. Right: IT TAKES A GOOD LINE to keep them that interested. And G. Partyka knows it. Page 101 w w, 7 "N Q ,wifi ' 4 - 1.21 ,,-J5a.4- V. 'L 'ag F Y 'yfwrgffg 3, .Cf , ,, 2 ' I I n n I' l I., 9 , N Z ur l , . V xv' 1 ww E. 1 ' ,- H, 1: Q I - " VH ' ' 'lr 51 In! fq. -4 5' ll' I ni., ' I H v -, a Q I 7 T ' 'Q 9. ' . -D , -fi Y 1 ,rg tiff f K A fix f""x P45 IT 1 I -4- 1 K I X U ' fat" 5 qfgveg . ,ff V ' ,, . . f' ,Q Wa mp. Etsy, A Q y, ,Q V? il 2- ? . tw., Page 103 Sports activities and athletics naturally mean a great deal to stuc:-ents i- a boy's school. And who knows better than the athletes that intramural contests have an appeal for some of the neighboring schools, too? Primarily the athletic department is re- sponsible for the physical training of all students, and, therefore, all students must take gymnasium and swimming classes every school day. Little time for organized play could be spared by the pioneer Dominican students of Fenwick's day. They, indeed, were hardy outdoorsmen, hunters, horse- back riders, marksmen, hikersg but the hard- ships of the early settlers hardly permitted the regulated and regular interschool com- petition which we enjoy. Not calisthenics, but hard work, built up their bodies. Father Fenwick says of his missions in Ohio ll8l8J: "ln the State of Ohio, which has a population of 500,000 souls, there is not a single priest tthat is, not a single secu- lar priest, or a priest with a home of his ownl . . . It often happens that l am compelled to traverse vast and inhospitable forests, wherein not a trace of a road is to be seen. Not infrequently, overtaken by night in the midst of these, l am obliged to hitch my horse to a tree, and, making a pillow of my saddle, I recommend myself to God and go to sleep, with bears on all sides." Father Fenwick was consecrated as first bishop of Ohio on January l3, l822, in the Church of St, Rose near Springfield, Ken- tucky-a church which he himself had erected. The papal bull appointing Fenwick the Bishop of Cincinnati placed Michigan and the Northwest Territory under his juris- diction. Cincinnati has honored his name by dedi- cating to him the famous men's and boys' Fenwick Club. But the boys' schoolAFen- wick's great hopefnamed for him here in Oak Park, Illinois, is strangely enough at the very extreme of the territory under his iurisdiction. Q . -P ,L an N ',v t I' - i I 4.N-:Tia Wu., tj? wi. 1 Y ki' U .5 -, 22 . . , lf Y fl-film t L :5t9,1!j'3,3t'ggz-112' -2. ' tit,','f!,-:!5It.:::I.A1i"IAki f , f eifftzstttrtzaexaztav ,tw . f A :,t5fg'5if5ff,vi-'zuazzz 12' ' A .rv " 'gt5ffgf:,'f,.qznzggggf .313 - 1 ,' as 5522 - ' EM 0 A I-111221 'fd A as f .5-,t 5.4-' 11... , - a ' ,, g f r P. 4 , i t K gs, . A Vi, UNDER THE PICTURE OF THEIR CHIEF AND MENTOR, Mr. Anthony R Lswess are the athletic department coaches: Messe-rs. Dan O'Brien, B I ljuchon, Jack Lewis, and .lack Kernan. Mr. Lawless becomes athletic director but the good news of his promotion to a higher post is spoiled a bit by the unpleasant fact that Fenwick loses him as head football coach. His record has been phenomenal - and that is what the public iudges by: l5O wins, 25 losses, and 3 ties. But Fenwick and the great number of men who played THE RETIRING FOOTBALL COACH 'neets his Frs' and last football captains: Don Rigali, l956 captain, Ray Voriesh, Captain of Fen- .Nick's hrs! team, l93I. under his direction during the past twenty-five years see rather a real man devoted to them, to the game, and to the school. High school coaches 61819 and newspapers throughout the country C273 named him Coach of the Year. SPORTS EDITOR WARREN STEVENS lcenterl of "Oak Leaves" inter- views Mr Lawless and Father Conaty at the Football Banquet honoring our retiring football coach, who will next year become athletic director. J Coach-of-the-Year Lawless has Turned out Top-flight Teanos Tor The past twentyaeight years and earned The title of "dean" of Catholic high school coaches in the Chicago area. Mr. Lawless played high school football in Peoria, where he became one of The finest prep backs ever developed in the mid-Illinois area. He later attended Loyola University in Chicago, where his playing brought him national recognition. rap fight, THE rooTaALL TEAM is HONORED at the annual banquet: lSeatedJ G Tosto, W Hunyady, P. O'Brien, R. Donahue, L. Muller, D. Grimth, and R. Shockey. lStandingJ E. Pillar, P Walsh, J. Ferguson, L. Antos, D Rigali, J Pc-coraro, D. Cimino, M. McGovern, J. Nevtleton, and R. Smith, manager. Lower right: THE FOOTBALL MEN SMILE when the meal is over: fSeatedJ V, ROQOWSH, J- Boie, P. Hanrahan, G. Eick, R. Santucci, T. Fleming, and J. Canzolino. fStandingJ J. Win- terhalter, J. Strobel, E. Gorman, K. Murray, R. Gorski, J. Clohecy, J. Spruth, F. Bokunie- wicz, and D, Dasso. I 'fix Among the famous names in foot- ball who learned the game under Tony's guidance are Johnny Lattner of Notre Dame fame, Billy Barrett of The same school, Mike Rabold, Indiana tackle, Ed Shannon, Michi- gan back, and Frank Reynolds, now playing at Notre Dame. Top left: LOOK WHAT HAPPENED TO THE FOOD at the banquet for the players: lSeatedj T. Mulkerin, C. Mollsen, T, Herlehy, J. Mc- Donald, B. Leone, J. Barr, and H. Reimann. lStandingJ P. Fantetti, R. Burns, J. Ryan, J. Vlasaty, J. Gorecki, T. Drennan, V. Harnett, A. Corno, and J. Weinstein. Bottom left: THE FOOTBALLERS CELEBRATE at the annual Football Banquet: lSeatedJ D. Burke, P. Ryan, L. DeNardo, J, Halloran, K. Wilhelm, R. Dowd, J. Coleman, and T. Her- Iehy. fStandingJ J. White, E. Kulinski, E. lm- hot, R. Curry, J. Murphy, W. Marrs, R. Larson. and S. Olechowski. Page IOS I., , . . , , ,, ,, ,, A., ,,,,,-- N .. , ..-.,..,,.. ,,..,.....- . , - Y -, X , I ,, ,., ,- . ,-.. ,.,..,-,. Y 1 ,Li , W mi, W1 L,.gL,i,,, . 1:i11 , 51 1 ,, ..,. W, ,N ....,...,,,,,.....,.,.w..,.....v A - 'V , -1 fi -, f-,WM-ri, . L ,,.,,,..,w.. -Wu MJ.. --Q-F '-. .--My V - M Q5 . , 2' ....i...,. Q ' ' , ,...-i'g1s2i - ,ny Qiw-1 . QQ ' Q .- 4. -Q14-- nf , 3 W VA .!e"sW' 1-1 ,. ,V , M, wi! 5' is 'Sei BZ XSS fi . 2 .v , Q as w "' 9 MB in Aff X 6 NW' 1 X . gh As Q wi, f I Q 'Un Q 'Af' E E Bottom Row: Freshman Coach and Trainer Dan O'Brien, 2nd Row: Assistant Athletic Director Fr. L. Sablica, 3rd Row: J. Weinstein, E. Bokuniewicz, and Junior Varsity Coach J. Lewis, 4th Row: B. Leone, R. Gorski, and H. Riemann, Sth Row: F. Fleming, K, Murray, and J. Nenlevong 6th Row: G. Eick, P. Fantetti, J. Winterhalver, and J. Clohecyp Top Row: J, Ferguson, J. Vlasatv, and J. Boie. Page 107 Friors tcike Championship ot Central Section tor the second con- secutive tirne. In the practice opener at Shewbridge against Leo, Sept. 9, 3,000 fans saw Leo's line halt the Friars lf?-6. ST. ELIZABETH Sept. l6 at Hanson ...Rigali's kickoFt dead on l ...Iron- nten punted. . .Muller ran 110 to score . . , Rigali converted . . . Friars re- covered fumble . . . Grithth went 32 tor second tally . . . Grifhth intercepted pass and scored . . . Rigali converted . . . Muller scanwpered 55 to score and Rigali converted . . . Second quarter, Mollsen scored from 4 . . . Friars re- ceived in third . . . drove 60 to score . . .Muller ran 28 for his third score ...Rigali's fourth conversion . , . three rnore quick touchdowns: Mollsen from 2, Harnett with recovered tumble from 6, Harnett's extra point, Como's score from the 5 . . . Fourth quarter lf?-yd. pass, Strobel to Eick, made tenth touch- down . . . lVlcDonald's pass to Murray made score 66-0. ST. PATRICK Hanson, Sept. 23 . . . Rigali kicked of? . . . Friars recovered tumble on Pat's A . . . Griffith gave a 6-pt. lead . . . Friars hindered by fumbles . . . got to Shamrock 6 . . . First play in second quarter Muller scored . . . Rigali converted . . . wide open quarter . . . Friars kicked oft . . . Rigali blocked a punt. . . Pecoraro tell on the tree ball in Pat's end zone for 6 more . . , Rigali converted . . . Ciniino intercepted pass and nearly scored . . . next play Griffith made it . . . try tor point wide . . . second tearn in . . . Harnett went 62 to tally , . , Friars got possession . . . Shockey sprinted 54 to score . . . Harnett's extra-point run rnade halt score 39-0 .... In third quarter Muller ran 611, but play called back . . . Grittith scooted 71 for his third touchdown , , . Rigali made extra point . , . Fourth quarter Shockey scored his second on a 6-yd. run and plunged for extra point . . . Friars drove 55, Strobel going over in last minute . . . Shockey's run made final 60-0. J arr P Clmlno A Como R Donahue P Fantem J Ferguson D Grlmfh These ore the football heroes HOLY TRINITY Hanson Rlgall kicked into end zone Griffith re turned Trinity punt 50 yds to the 4 and then over for score Rlgall toed the point Rlgalu blocked a punt on Fenwick 45 In five plays Frlars tallied Muller hitting from 12 Rlgall added point After 53 yd drive by Fruars Griffith went over from Rngall s point made It 21 0 Second quarter Griffith went 24 and 14 Harnett 15 to the 5 and then scored Rlgall converted Shockey s 40 yd sprint called back each team fumbled a minute left IH half Har nett ran 37 to tally Shockey added point Third quarter OBrien re covered fumble on Trinity 45 Como dashed for score Early In fourth Trinity scored on a 4 yd plunge by La Komecku Lopatka made the point Shockey intercepted a pass and ran 61 to score Mollsen con verted Sowizrol returned Friar kickoff 81 yards to score Final 55 13 ST PHILIP At Philips Oct 14 be fore 2 500 fans Rlgall kicked off Gaels forced to punt next play Como scored but nullified by penalty Gaels recovered fumble forced to kick Como to Friar 30 Muller 70 to score Rlgall conver e St Philip punted to Fenwick Griffith Rugall and McGovern moved ball down and McGovern plunged 1 yard to score Rlgalu made It 14 0 Second quarter Como ran 42 on first play after punt to give Fruars 6 more Rugall made conver sion McGovern passed 40 to Peco raro to Philip 12 Muller over for score Rngall added point Frlars drove 90 in third quarter for their last score Griffith hitting from 4 Rugalu made his fifth conversion of game his tenth In succession Second strung In Frrars halted Gaels over with pass wlth seconds remaining Frlars 35 6 V Hamer! W Hunyady B Leone M McGovern l Muller Page 'I08 J. Nettleton P. 0'Brien lu- QE J. Pecoraro D. Rigali who took central sectional title ST. MEL Homecoming, Oct. 21 . . . 6,000 fans . . . parade with 25 floats . . . 170 cars... Rigali kicked off . .. both teams fumbled . . . St. Mel forced to punt , . . holding penalty stopped Friars . . .Griffith punted into end zone . . . Friars recovered bad pass from center on Knight 18 . . .Muller plunged to score . . . Rigali converted . . . Second quarter Friars drove to Mel 30 . . . Mel's Dick Quit intercepted a pass and ran the wrong way for a safety . . . Knights kicked from their 20 . . . Griffith scored from 35 . . . Rigali made the point . . . Barr intercepted a pass on Knight 45 . . . Griffith passed to Muller for 6 . . . Rigali converted . . . Friars drove to Mel 7. . .Third quarter Griffith ran 31 to score . . . RigaIi's conversion string stopped at thirteen . . . no substantial drives last quarter . . . Friars, 29-0. St. IGNATIUS For Central Section Title before 5,000 at Rockne, Oct. 28 . . .Wolves scored at end of first quar- ter . . . Second quarter Grifhth passed to Pecoraro, who scored .... Friars received in third . . . drove 56 . . . Muller plunged over from 5. . , Rigali converted . . . Friars recovered fumble on Ignatius 41 . . . Griffith made 8, Harnett 8, Muller 7 . . . McGovern ran to 13 . . . McGovern passed to Rigali in end zone. . . RigaIi's kick failed . .. Wolves moved to Fenwick 22... Peco- raro intercepted pass and ran to 40 . . . Griffith made 25 yards in five plunges . . . Muller around end to score . . . nullified by penalty, but Muller dupli- cated run . . . Rigali added point . . . Ignatius drove to Fenwick 3 when game ended: Fenwick 33-6. R. Shockey G. Tosto WHERE ARE THE MEL'S MEN? Cleft to righ93 Joel Pecoraro iLE 363, Don Cimino KT 513, Pat Fantetti KG 483, Dan Griffith CLH 323, Mickey McGovern CQB 313, Lou Muller lRH 303, and Angelo Como QFB A73. 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Friars also. . . Lions drive To Fen- wick 38 and pass, O'ConnelI to Pahnke, on The l . . . Boyle scored . . . Flynn converted . . . Grimth received on 20 and ran To 36 . . . Muller to 44 . .. Grifiith passed to Rigali, who scored . . . Rigali's conversion rnade if a Tie. . . . Lions forced to punt . . . Muller received on Fenwick Al and ran the sideline To score . . . Rigali missed. . .. Second quarter Lions drove to Fenwick T8 and were stopped . . . exchange of punts . . . Leo punt bounced and hir Harnetf, who was blocking, and Lions fell on ball on Friar 2l . . . Turning point in game . . . Boyle plunged over from The l . . . Flynn converred . . . half score: Leo lA-I3 .... Leo line slopped Friars last half . , . Lions scored twice . . . Final: Leo, 27-l3. Page Ill FENWlCl LJ' 1-L5 THE STUDENTS WENT ALL OUT for fhe Hornecorning parade preceding 'ne Mel's fooiball garne and honor- ing ine wfeniy-"ve fear alumni. lleffj Parade forms 5' Fenwick .-wi' nolice estorv lBelowJ The winning Fioa's received prizes: lfopl Second prize mnners D. Korbas, R Covfirnan, E. Kuebl, and R. Lahsp lcenferl Firsr :Jrize ninners J Vrvis, .l, Schlanser, T. Kelly, T Sullivan, and M. Clearyp and lbofioml 'he fresh- man floa' rnanned by FE. Poners. 1,-ir'-1.53 fi 'mA GO 1'-:ii-f'1.Lm4 K N, ,gy '-' We l'liLclued Gur lo o D 5 . I f 2 -juli ,, 'L TY.,...,.,,, M. H 4 ,- i E' '-I U 1,g g41 f i5 W " li 745 f H! , .iff 5 Q " -, IH ' ' a Q, 'EYQ"?s-f lggqiiliffs VV 7 6 X ixx Q :NWN X. ij riw-if L ZERO' lff"'fCif ' it 32 ENVMK E7 Q7 KJ 'MH 1 ENVWK W gNw'E 18 J grlltlllg Senior Varsity Basketball Tear-nz lkneelingl C. Kuhfuss, S. Demski, Hillenbrand, W. Debes, D. Gapen, A. Hanley, T, F. Sullivan, and L. Dettnwer, Mgr. R. Srnith, Capt. T. W. Burke, K. Breicha, J. Chrnelikg Ccazh .lack Kcrnan. lstandingl Fr. Crowe, athletic moderator, W. Lennon, M. Nivva, W. Senior cogers blossom from the green When practice began, Coach Jack Kernan found that he had only one experienced player returning from last year's senior tearn, Al Hanley, forvvard and center. Seniors Bill Lennon, Tom Sullivan, and Toni Burke with iunior Chuck Kuhfuss and 6 ft. 7 in. sopho- more Bill Debes were vying for starting positions. In order to give his team experi- ence Coach Kernan took on all corners in arranging a full practice schedule. The Friars faced a highly touted Francis Parker ive in the first garne of the season and were downed 58-56 in a close battle, With Al Hanley hitting for 25 and Chuck Kohluss tor lf? the seniors crushed Gordon Tech 65-115. St. Michaels took a lA-ll hrst quarter lead, but the Friars overcame that and vvent on to win 52-110. The Friars made it three in a rovv with a 49-36 victory over the alurnni led by Stan Killian and Bill Kee- nan. At St, Michael's Al Hanley made 23 points to lead the seniors in a 71-1111 win. H4GH OFF THE FLOOR T, F. Sullivan takes the rebOunCl and VV. Delnes wait, ready for the pass. l le T W Burke Page 113 I T. W' BUQKE WATCHES as T F Sullivan oyreaches the enemy St. George defeated Fenwick 5l'5O. The t.r.finning basket was scorecl with T3 seconds remaining in the game. lt took three oyertintes tor the seniors to defeat DePaul 7-1-71, Al Hanley scored the i.-.inning ooints, and Chuck Kuhtuss led .sith QQ. The sent' narlans Trond Quigley wsitect Fenxfick, and after a narct battle Tell -10-38. The Rants of Gordon Tech tell 56,48 before the onslaught of the seniors with Hanley hr't'ng 22. Mt, Carntel took an early lead, but the Friars caught and oassecl thent tor their Nth yictory in succession A? Hanley hit for his season high of 28 and Bill Lennon SENIOR SCORES Ferww fo Fmncs Parr' 65, Gordon Tec'- 52 St ,Vizlnael .19 Alcvvrts . 6 7' S' '-' :fee -- St George 5' 1 De Paoi 7' -if . Quigle. 35 io Gordora Tech -15 55 leo , .19 62 Mt Carmel 56 56 Weber 75 5-2 le-o -13 DE PAUL TOURNEY 5-1 . De La Salle ,-15 38. , . , Leo .. , .37 56 , . Weber 55 33 . St Elizabeth 3' LEAGUE GAMES Fenwick 5-1. .. . .. St. Patrick . ...SE 66 ..,, .. Holy Trinity ... ..36 .14 .... .. St, Philip .. ...S-1 -15 .... . St. Mel ,. , .-18 6O.. St Ignatius , 52 36.. . St. Elizabeth , 53 -10. . SY Patrick . 39 36. . . St Ellzabetli 62 67 Holy Trinity , .12 32 St Philio 38 49. ., St. Mel . , 39 l -13 . St lgnatios 77 tallied T5 in the 62-56 win, A blg Weber five com- pletely doininated play in defeating the Friars 70-56. Leos second loss to Fen.-.ick 5-1-43 gave the Fr ara a TO and 3 record. Entering the DePaul Tourney as underdogs, tne Seniors stalled a supposediy unbeatabe De La Salle scicad and won 5-1--15. In the second gan e ot 'ne Tourney they sciueaked by Leo for the thircl time this season by a 38-37 score. Sonte clutch shooting by John Sullivan gave Fermwiclc the lead 'n tne third quarter. Facing the Weber teairt which had :telea'ed thertf by T-1 points, the Friars combined good re- Page114 Senior bosketeers off bounding and a last-rninute rally to gain the finals mth a 56-55 victory. The Ironrnen of St. Elizabeth cornpletely outclassed the seniors in handing then' their fourth loss of the season 80-38, St. Patrick spoiled the opening of league play vvith a 55-54 victory. The seniors evened up their record by coasting to a 66-36 vvin over Holy Trinity. Al Hanley scored I8 points. St, Philip handed Fen- 'ro o good s'rcirT wick its second league loss 54-AA with a twenty point outburst in the hnal quarter. St. Mel outlasted the seniors' final rally to defeat them 118-115. Chuck Kuhfuss was high with I2 points. Against St. Igna- tius the seniors gained a 29-Q7 lead at half tinne. With three ofthe starters in danger of fouling out, the Friars, with Chuck Kuhfuss leading, pulled away for a 60-52 vvin, "O, ITS MINE, ALL MINE." Debes gets the ball, to the relief of C. Kuhfuss l25i, A. Hanley l23y and T W Burke ll8t Page H5 IN CCNTROL OF THE SWTUA FN ow TQ LVN V J -JKE Sensors GCG V"'1 Th ' 15 A HU'-3. 23, 'W x'X1L'V1l-' 1,-If 57M ,:-' HHN wwf ' Q' 41-H e R 'Cf f-1'- T BJ' NS S.,,'fE "mx ' uf 5 ' s KK' " QW "" ,Q y-4..,' 5, Q :WV if by CWJQLQ Ku'- :wil .'.51Ccf,1ef: 'Q 3 . 3 xg V - 1, 1 fl- I ,. . L-A 1, T. W. Burke Captain T. F. Sullivan M. Niwa XA THE PLAY WORKED. J. Long 42-S, watches C Kuhfuss 225i about to make a basket. lBoHcml T. F. SULLlVAN outreaches opponent. Capt. Burke, A. Hanley, and C. Kuhluss keep their eyes on the ball. The first place team, St. Mel, met a determined ball club. The Friars used stalling tactics and completely demoralized the Knights with a 49-39 victory. Only St. Ignatius stood in the way of a play oft position, but the Wolves chewed us up with a 70-43 victory. Although the season ended with a bad note, it was a successful year with many bright spots. In one year the squad improved its record from 7 wins, 18 losses to I8 wins, ll losses. Senior statistics Name 'G FG FT P Pts. Ave. A. Hanley M29 l6l ll7 86 438 l5.l C. Kuhiuss ... ...27 l I8 bl 67 297 ll.D J. Sullivan .. ... 8 29 2l l9 69 8.6 B. Lennon ... ...25 58 65 80 l8l 7.2 L. Muller ... ... 8 l9 l2 l.1 50 6.2 B. Debes ... . 26 .19 4.1 90 l-12 5.4 T. Burke . ...29 -17 34 75 l28 -1.4 T. Sullivan .. 28 JO .14 82 l2-1 -1 -1 A. Como . . . , 2 2 2 2 6 3.0 J Long , .. lO lO 2 7 22 2.2 D. Gapen .. .. l l O 2 2 2.0 .l. Chmelik .. 6 3 5 9 ll l.8 M. Niwa ...,. . . 5 3 3 6 9 l.8 D. Het? ........ . . 7 4 l B 9 l.3 W. Hillenbrand .. ., 2 O 2 2 2 l.O K. Breicha ... . 2 l O l 2 l.O L. Dettmer . . . 2 l O O 2 0.5 S. Demski ... ... l O l l O O O Average per game - 53.8 "G, games, FG, field goals, FT, free Throws, P, personal fouls, Pts., points, Ave., average per game. Page H7 l Muller T Keefer JUNIOR SCORING STATISTICS Name Muller Sulltvan J Hett VI:Goverr1 R1gaI1 Keefer Pecoraro s 7 OO 7 A Aye 29 20 Name Crowley St Aubm Judy Strobel Gorman Ryan The er1t1re tuture of Fen,-fuck sJun1or basketbalt team depended on the day ot rceasurerhent Every one ot the SIX return1ng sentors Don I-Iett Lou Mut I n1a1 on uI1vaf1 OT Keeter and Mtckey lVIcGo.fern nnade the hetght Wtth an expertehced sguad suc ess was assured arte! the 1un1ors swept over Gordon T h and St 1chaeI the hrst tfwo prac Ice matches 5I 23 and 53 25 Torn Keeter ted vftth I2 pounts In the hrst garne and Lou Mutler hut tor I7 nrt the second The Alurnm Ied by Chuck Dahm and Bob Reardon tell 66 56 vvuth Joe Peco ra o nettung I7 and Muller QI e 1un1ors extended thelr vvlnnrng streak to sux vvnth vuctorues over St Mlchael 64 AO St George 62 35 and DePaul 56117 Led by Captatn Don Hetts I5 ponnts the Frnars overcame a deter rnvned Qu gIey team 49 AI Lou Muller and Tom Keefer each scored I2 polnts ID the 1un1ors second vvun over Gordon Tech 60117 The Frlars streak novv stood at enght 1n successton as they faced a strong qumtet from Leo The Llohs took a 4 polrtt lead ID the fIrst quarter and the IUTIIOFS could not head them off to prevent thelr tIrst loss 53 49 s Ave Average per game 535 D Rngall D Heh M McGovern J PBCOYBYO Page II9 er, Do R'g I', J h Sut' ., T111 ' GC . M' in - t' r ' .Th 1 , . . ' 1 . . I o FG FT P Pt, , I .....II I3 IO I4 36 3.2 G FG FT P Pt. I , ' ............ II II a I6 so 2.7 I29 I33 77 38 I' Jones 9 a 22 26 2,0 ' , -W- ----'-- 25 109 82 VI 3 I9 ....,....,,,.,,. II 3 6 7 I2 1.1 79 69 70 22 7.5 1 O 1 2 015 60 A7 52 167 7,2 1 0 O 2 O-A ' ' ...,.. .,...... I 8 37 59 55 I29 7.I -ll.4'.'.4,,..', 3 O 1 5 1 O-3 52 so eo I8 6.1 .,.......,..2O 28 29 A3 es 4.2 . The iJniors rushed back with a vengeance and firmly trounced Mt. Carmel 73-11-1. Lou Muller and John Sullivan led the team with 22 and 20 points respectively. Weber became the tenth ,-.fn for the iuniors, falling 48-32. ln the last game of the regular practice season the Friars met Leo for the second time and were overcome 49-26. The Friars entered the Fenwick Junior Tourney as one of the favorites and immediately confirmed that opinion by disposing of St. Patrick 5l-26. St. Ignatius also yielded 47-26 to place the iuniors in the semi-tinals. The Friars had trouble with Gordon Tech in the Hrs? quarter, but they quickly pulled away and won handily 611-43. In the tinais the Juniors were to face the Leo squad which had al- ready defeated them twice. Trailing until the final seconds, the juniors, with some inspired play by Don Rigali, rallied to make Fenwick the champ of its own tourney, 112-39. Junior Tourney Champs St. Patrick was the irst league foe of the Friars and fell 50-35, although they had an 8-2 lead in the first quarter. Holy Trinity completely upset the Friars 48-40 by making T9 out of 20 free throw attempts. The iuniors went cold and traveled throughout their en- tire game with St. Philip to fall 57-43, Led by Lou Muller's 20 points the juniors bounced back for a 61-52 victory over St. Mel's. At St. Ignatius the cagers made their league re- cord 3-2 with a 56-117 victory. Meeting the St. Elizabeth iun- iors for the first time, the Friars barely eked out a 45-44 win. John Sullivan put the Friars ahead by one point, and they stalled for two minutes. THE TlP lS ouws tleftt D Qigal J vlv S llivan Page 120 Juniors end with 25 wins vs. 5 losses The iuniors rode their victory string to tive with victories over St. Patrick and St. Elizabeth to begin the second round of play 55-42 and 43-40. They avenged their first loss to Holy Trinity with a 49-43 victory, led by John Sullivan and Lou Muller with T6 and T5 points. Sullivan netted 24 points in the victory over St. Philip 66-58 to pull the Friars close to first place. The Knights of St. Mel were smashed 7l-4l with Don Rigali totaling 20 points. The Juniors pulled into a tie for first place with St. Philip as they defeated St. Ignatius 50-48 in the last game of league play. ln the first game of the Playoffs, the JunIors faced Gordon Tech, whom they had already beaten three times, and their mastery continued with a 57-38 win. In the semi final match the Friars met Leo their nemesis and could not get moving. In spite of a fine T8 point effort by Don Rigali, they lost 59-43. Thus the season ended for one of Fenvvick's most successful Junior squads. The team registered 25 wins against only five losses. JUNIOR SCORES 5' Fenwick 5l . ..,, Gordon Tech ..... 23 53 ... St. Michael ....,. .25 66 . Alumni ..,....... 56 64 .... . St, Michael .....,. 40 62 .... . St. George ....... 35 56 .... .. DePaul... .,.,47 49 .... . Quigley ......... 4l 60 ,... , , Gordon Tech .,... 47 -19 .... ,. Leo .,.......,.., 53 73 .... .. Mt. Carmel . .,.., 44 48 ,.,. . Weber ..... ,... 3 2 29 .... .. Leo .. . ....,47 Fenwick Tourney 49 .... ... St. Patrick ,.,... .26 47 .,,, ., St, Ignatius .,..... 26 64 ..,. . . Gordon Tech .,... 43 42 .... .. Leo ...,... ...., 3 9 League Games 50 .... ... St. Patrick ...,., .35 40 .... .. Holy Trinity ...... 48 43 .... .. St. Philip .....,... 57 47 .... .. ST. Mel ,... , .... 4l 56 .... .. St. Ignatius ...... 47 45 .... .. St. Elizabeth ...... 44 55 .... .. St. Patrick ........ 42 43 .... .. St. Elizabeth ..,.,. 40 49 .... .. Holy Trinity ...... 43 oc ..,. . sf. Philip ......... 58 7l .... .. ST. Mel .... ...., 4 l 50. .. .. St. lgnatius ....,48 Catholic league Playoffs 57 .......... Gordon Tech ..... 38 -13 .... . Leo .......,...... 57 M, MCGOVERN has things all his own way to make a basket. Page 121 I il' JUNIOR TOURNAMENT AD d P r harp on s lesmen were lleh to right H nos sun or .1 s t esh Q O E Feeley freshman s9l6..1 an C ll han sophofnor Q 2 Bantoms F ses Intramurals Mr Duchon s flies and bantams played good ball and several players showed promise of being regu lars on next year s sensor and lunsor Teams J Strobel compsled an amazing ToTal of T75 points n The twelve games on The fly schedule E Gorman with ll7 points and D Culcay with 77 also helped The flies wsn esght whsle losing Tour The bantams broke even with a record of six wins and six losses L DeTTmer led The Team sn scor ing with T07 points He was followed by J Long wsth 90 points and A Como wsth 84 To a close This year with G Anderson s lunsor class Team and M Kledzsks sensor class Team coming Through as champsons of The lunsor and sensor dsvs FLYWEIGHTS lkneelsngl Manager R Powers R Garzynsks J Capp R Fitch E Gorman D Ambrossno T Rsley and Manager J Williams Istandmgl Fr Crowe moderator J Strobel T McMahon f. l sions respectively Finals of The TwenTseth annual tournament held by Mr Lawless athletic dsrector were held on March 21 Anderson s Team emerged The vsctors over J Lyon s sensor squad by a margin of 39 to 26 and Kledzsk s Team took top honors in the sensor division from R Jalovecs sunsors with a score of 19 To I8 Members of the Iunsor divssson winning Team were G Anderson fcaptasnj P Parrsll T Colls s J Tonne R Poole J McDermott R Zanons W Hsggsns P Mancsons and R Burns Tasnl E Kuehl D Schasble T Schoenbaum R Lahs K Kolek R Rausch J Kerekes D Korbas and J Hanko J Hayes M Fstzgerald T Dooley C Pecoraro R Wutz and Coach Bill Duchon Page 123 s EU Ei' CVT c s, i a ' ' J , Bo , i 'Sl6 ,g R. Wfgh, fr Wan ' -22 g . -f ,J ct J, e a , s e -22 . A if y f T, , i J I 0 , ,, - ' I I . . ,' . . . y. . . I ' I I ' ' ' . . ' - 1 . ' , . ' i, . 'n, l ' I . . . , . , . , . , . Fenwiclcs lnTramural BaskeTbalI Tournament came The senior division champs were: M. Kledzik Ccap- . D . I U I , . , . , . , . , . I . , . , . , . , .cr .. W, H A 1 'ff "W" ' ,, ... Q g, 1: Y 5 5. , T T I. - T Q r' 53 Q N 5 L v, - f- 5' l . JA- il' 's X ' . J ij 1" ' X , L I ,gi , ' . :.-g- wi Aw.. 'ar i. 7- A, 1' 4 4 M ah , ,. ,, aw .,.... H, ',.,w-eff,-v-. .v ,um ' . .ww--,. H .,,.. ' ' 15: H .-.- ww, .2 M my ,M 714,- K ' M1i:5?T?"':: ' I ,, 4, 4 W, f 'fin--w.- ,, ALMOST LITERALLY HUUNG THE CELENG "XO FQ".-, K :tool aw 0.1 1 C" czwws F? Bigcss flef! 1 V S Juwwcf Ca'PwoMc Leagvc fvwmsg D Gwffw Ctemerj .nov 'Ve Ca'Ho': Lefgge S:-Nc' dwvfg awovlw' wt " ,um 'vw GUWW wwfs vws seasorv Bxgsss ' .s hcpzecx I1 Carr, s -W 5 ' 'f 1' seasov Page 124 -'--L-W... . . T ,,,w,jP,m if 5 SENIOR SWIM CHAMPS: iFronI fowl P. Shuflitowski, J. Kelly, C. McDonald, M. Bartlett, H. DeGrenier, W. Kretlzw, W. Egan, and L. Vertuno, isecond rowl J. MacLennon, D. Puchalski, R. McMahon, J. McGuire, R. Keenan, C. Pugh, D. Schmitt, and R. Erie, lon deckl S. Fitzgerald, W. Horan, A. Haske, N. Pierce, D. Grif- fith, Capt. J. Pettinger, R. Dring, and J. Chestnut, iback rowl Coach Dan O'Brien, Athletic Moderator Father F. R. Crowe, and Manager J. Joyce. Ulightj THE BEST MEDLEY RELAY TEAM IN FENWICK HISTORY: J. McGuire, backstroke, D. Puchalski. breast stroke, J. Pettinger, butterfly stroke, and N. Pierce, free style. Time: l:A7.1. Seniors win Catholic League swim title In the Catholic League swim meet at Loyola, Sun- day, March 10, the Fenwick tankmen took their twentieth straight crown. The Friars won every event, set seven records, and their final score, 101 points, was higher than that of the rest of the schools com- bined. Other schools' scores were: Loyola, 28, St. George, 19, St, Patrick, 10, Leo, 7, Mt. Carmel, 6, Gordon Tech, 4, and Weber, 2. In the Saturday afternoon preliminaries, breast- Page125 .Q 3 its a .3 ji, gp stroker Don Puchalski set a record of l:O4.8 in the 100-yd. event, breaking his own 1105.5 set last year. Then Sunday in the finals he knocked it down even lower to 1:O1.1, a Catholic League record. The medley team of Rick Keenan, Puchalski, Sam Manola, and Jack Pettinger did the 200-yd. event in 1,53.1 on Saturday to lower the Fenwick mark. Then Sunday the same four brought it down to 1:52.6, another league record. 3 T 200-yard medley relay team broke last year's medley relay team national record by four tenths of a second: T:47.T. Producing experts in four different strokes shows the definite power of the team. N PIERCE Cleft topl undefeated free s esprner takes hs wnnns n str de D PUCHALSKI Hop nghtl ts unde feated and IS the Cathollc League TOO yard breast stroke record holder J MCGUIRE lleft bottoml s rn has favorste habltat He us the TOO yard freestyle Catholnc League record holder CAPTAIN of the sensor varsnty lbof tom rlghtl J Pettlnger has beet a credlt and a 'oy to Mr Dan O Br en eteran svvnmm ng coach Sensor swlm team beats clfy champlons Wlth fourteen sensors returnrng to the squad the swnmmlng team contlnued nts domlnance ID the Cath oluc League and Chlcago area The fTrst meet of the year saw the Frlars face Fenger the Chucago Publuc League champuons and show therr supernoruty by defeatang the Fenger team 511 23 Coach Dan O Brlen entered five of the Frnars ln three events at the Central Sensor Men s Indoor A A U Champnonshlps at Napervllle and they took fTrst ID each event Don Puchalskl set a record IO the breaststroke and the medley relay tear cut egh' seconds oft a record set last year The senlors broke seven records whlle dos n wg Loyola 699 ITT the Fenwuck pool St George fe 66 T T and the Frlars traveled to Mt Car nel and Cut classed thet 68 8 In a meet wuth Austvn the semo s broke several Austln pool records and aptured fTrst an all events an downung the Tlgers In the second St George meet at Fenwl k the QOO yd medley relay team of John McGulre Don Page T26 Puchalskl Jack Pettlnger and Norm Plerce bettered theur own Natuonal Interscholastlc record set last year Loyola Mt Carmel and Lane Tech fell before the onslaught by scores of 66 TT 70 5 53 T 1 The twentueth consecutuve Catholuc League crown rewarded the hard work of the season ln the pre lnmnnarles John McGuure broke the oldest record on the books 53 9 for the TOO yd free style set by Jlm Mclievutt of Mt Carmel I0 T95T McGuures tame was 53 11 Also on Saturday the QOO yd free style relay team of McGulre Pierce Barnes and Kelly turned I0 a T 37 8 to break the record set by Fenwrck ln T954 Pettunger set a new ZOO yd free style record of 2 O7 T ln the fTnals Bob McMahon wot two hrsts one tn the TOO yard backstroke and the other In the T50 yd undlvrdual medley Norm Puerce took fTrst an that 5O yd free style Dan Grlfith hlghlughted hls four years of dlvlng at Fenwlck by takung a spark I ng fTrst place over all competutvon un the event . , - tyl ir, i i ig l l . . I ' ' ' ' I f 1 , . . b , i I v A T o s a o r r I . . , . , - I . I - A' r , . . . . . . ,I . - . . . . , . , n i . - . ' - 1 I f v lv 1 . . - T .T - , . it - . - , . T - Z , . 1 , rd - ' 'r ' - ' . C - V. .. l . . 'Y 'F I V A V - . , I ,. . . r , , T . Senior tank men retire after a record-breaking season. All- American awards were won for the following events. N. Pierce, unde- feated freestyle sprinter: 50-yd. free- style, 200-yd. medley relay, 200-yd. freestyle relay, Varsity Capt. J. Pettin- ger: 200-yd. freestyle, 200-yd. medley relay, 200-yd. freestyle relay, J. Mc- Guire, TOO-yd. freestyle and Catholic League record holder. TOO-yd. free- style, 5O-yd. freestyle, lOO-yd. back- stroke, 200-yd. medley relay, 200-yd. freestyle relay, and D. Puchalski, un- defeated and Catholic League TOO-yd. breaststroke record holder: 200-yd. medley relay and 200-yd. freestyle relay. 5 GOOD BREASTSTROKERS Hop rightl: A. Haske, D. Puchalski, L. Vertuno, P. Shuflitowski, and D. Schmitt. J. KELLY lcenter leftl is one of our most versatile tankmen. BACKSTROKERS R. Dring and R. Keenan will be missed after graduation. R. MCMAHON frlghtl will captain next year's team. Bob won two firsts in the League finals. 'N Juniors fulfill hopes BEST TIME ANYWHERE, 27.6, is the record of breaststroker Sam Manola flop leftl, a sophomore. INVALUABLE are the three great freshmen tleft centerl R. DeGrenier, T, Hayden, and L. Kann, FREESTYLE RELAY CHAMPS of the Catholic League Cleft bottoml: T. Edmier, R. Broderick, P. Pierce, and J. Clark. Page I27 ,yr 55,17 -C fi ff Q Q '- I, 5 3 L. Af I957 JUNIOR SWIMMING TEAM: iFron0 rowl G. McMahon, J. Pierce, J. Clark, H. Dolan, T. O'Keefe, M. Thoma, T. Edmier, S. Manola, R. Broderick, T. Hayden, R. DeGrenier, J. Stamm, lSecond rowl W. Wendt, B. Anderson, J. Deutsch, J. Zid, F. Cirrincione, P. Fox, P. Pierce, E. Kral, T. Snyder, P. Blake, R. Burgess, J. Calmeyn, Uhird vv A1 rowl J. Rice, R. Byrne, E. Doherty, G. Lavigne, R. Staveley, F. Murphy, D. Kenny, L. Kann, D. Sullivan, M. Wiedel, T. O'Brien, R. Gorman, IBa:k rowl Coach Dan O'Brien7 Rev. F. R. Crowe, athletic moderator, and J. Joyce, manager. Juniors promise To keep Friars on Top ii? f-we 'f -ve is S MANOLA AND E. KRAI. relax after a workout They tnnished frst and second, resoeciively, in the League breaststroke even's Manola holds the record and is tops among the iuniors. The iunior squad kept pace with the seniors in every meet this year and indicated no decline in Fenwick's swimming prowess. A few freshmen are excellent prospects, and many sophomores have im- proved. Leading contributors to success were Bob DeGrenier, Tom Hayden, Bob Burgess, Sam Manola, Ed Kral, and John Clark. It was Fenwiclcs most suc- cessful season. In the Catholic League preliminaries and again in the finals, Sam Manola did a 127.6 in the 50-yd. butterfiy. The Friar QOO-yd. medley relay team of Larry Kann, Ed Kral, Sam Manola, and Tom Hayden, after setting new record of l:57.9 in the prelimi- naries, cut the mark to i:57.2 on Sunday. Other Fenwick firsts were Hayden in the 50-yd. freestyle, Burgess in the diving, and Edmier, Bro' derick, Clark, and Pierce in the 200-yd. freestyle relay. In the final three dual meets the Juniors duplicated the performance of the Seniors and Non over Loyola 52-io, Mt. Carmel 62-A, and Lane Tech 52-7. In the Mt, Carmel meet Sam Manola set a new school record of 44.3 in the 75-yd. individual medley, almost a second faster than the time recorded in the league championships. Page 128 IAboveJ I? BOI-IAKEL ge's vw ...A for We boxifg IVI"d'Y'u'E:IS Top right and cenier rightj PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES provide for swifwwng f-very ovhur day, snwwwmg and chm- fw,-gium dasscs aI'em.,sing Hen, 'rw I:I5 dass emors VW- :JCCI IBoNom righii THE INTRAMUPAL PING PONG iownamem is feId during gym classes Physical Training IBeIowI THE LADDER IS USED by A Proverwzano 10 svrevdw his muscles 'Y uv? 4 9 Q ,Z W Friors inougurote cross country track ff STILL TOO CHILLY FOR THINCLADS the trackmen make their first spring appearance lstandmgl J Costello J Franger B Smith .I Downer H Klein T Ryan J Wanat and Coach Mr Maleske lfront rowl C Mollsen F Ludwig R Anderschat J Tracey R Mullenbach and R Schnakenberg Cross Country Track was inaugu rated this year under the leadership ot Mr Robert Maleske treshman Latin Teacher Mr Maleske once ran A TA m inthe Daily News Re lays He has a group of about thirty sophomores iuniors and seniors working out every day at the House ot Studies. In Cross Country Track a sc tool 'ta enter s 'N nners as A .ashes but the hrst ive to in sh tor each school are the ones that count. The 'finishes ot each ot these Me e added 5, d 'he t - t ' 'omest Otai st ' . Oct Oct Oct TRACK SCHEDULE Loyola and St Ignatius St Ignatius DePaul and St George Oct Loyola and St Mel Catholic City Meet at Reis Park Nov. fSun Times Midwest Cross Country Nov Traclcmen back from last year in- cluded Bob Vondrasek, Al McLean, Ron Shoclcey, Clif? Mollson, and Tons Schoenbauf. Shoclcq' anc Schoenloauna were on last years re- 'ay tea ' ic cquai :sc and - i ed tourth h ' :T ' Relays. ",'FT+'4NDlNO RACKH' TN LO' T . Nif- -fi r 1 nt ' 'Jr 2'-a rsh- .iw ' L '.-.o ' tv ' t. ""6'i" lbottomg at r' ' H r 1 I -C ga" Page 132 Father Madrick's golfers start early The snow was hardly of? the ground before the golfers, under the direction ot Father Madrick, got the urge to show what winter indoor training could do to their game. Not only the team members are interested in golf, 140 students participated in the 23rd annual golf tournament at Midwest, April 23. In the history of the tournament, 2030 hopefuls have competed for the title of class or school champion. Last year, John Drammis copped the junior and school championship by breaking Phil Schuster's old record of 158 for 36 holes set in 1955. Drammis clubbed 77 and 78 for a 155 after 36 holes. John Kelly won the senior championship by trotting over 36 greens for 76 and 82 to give him 158. Joe Siblik topped other sophomores at the 27th hole by post- ing 116 through scores of 78 and 38. Frosh champ was Robert Monaco who chalked up 46 and 53, giving him 99 strokes for 18 holes. Both James Kelly and Phil Schuster broke the 18 hole record set by George Jeschke, '39. Jeschke's record 76 was topped with dual 74's by Schuster and Kelly. IN THE CHILL OF SPRING members of the golf team D. Smith, J. McGuire, C. Pugh, J. Kelly, and R. Barnes get that urge to get out on the course. :rr 'f ' - ' A i ,rt 1 ' 9 mwah-v . Ana. , . fr x '.f'1 ' 111 -4 ' sink .. Page 133 ' 9 X Milli, 1 vw., Q ' B DONALD J. KUCERA lleffl and Davtd M. Keefe were the class leaders They won the Al Key for General Excelle ce a d e e co nners of the Fac Tablet Honor A a d the hgh est ade by the school Scholorshups cund honors went to olumnu of last year Publuc honor and recognutuon were guyen to these men for four years of dulugent applucatuon to the development of theur God guven gutts of mund and character Awards were presented at the Honors Assembly held June l T956 Specual recognutnon was won by Fenwuck students un competutuve examunatuons or contests wuth students of other schools throughout lllunous and the natuon The Natuonal Merut Scholarshup Foundatuon awarded Certuflcates ot Merut to Carlo Guannonu Rudolph Mauer and Neal Skowbo The Scuence Talent Search Foundatuon awarded Certuflcates ot Honorable Men tuon to Carlo Guannonu and Donald Jannunck The Oak Park Jun or Chamber ot Commerce an nally sponsors the Vouce of Democracy Contest to promote Interest un Democracy among hugh school students The hrst place award tor Fenwuck contest ants a trophy and a S25 OO war bond was won by a uunuor Norbert Wegerzyn Second place was won by Rudolph Mauer Varuous scholarshups to colleges were awarded won un competltuve examunatuons some by reason of tamuly employment un a partucular busuness or lndustry some by reason of polutucal or other ap pountments Two requurements were essentual on the part ot the recupuents an outstandung s holastuc record and a record ot servuce to the school through partucupatuon un extracurrucular actuyutues Loras Col lege lDubuque lowal awarded scholarshups to Phulup Tonne and Thomas Cashman St Josephs College lCollegevulle lncluanal awarded a scholarshuo to Frank Futzqerald and St Marys College lWunona Munnesotaj awarded one to George Blaur Francus Dawson vxas guven a scholarsh p by De Paul Un ver suty CChucagol and John Dutty receuvecl the Mayors Youth Foundatuon Scholarshup Danuel De Carlo re ceuvecl a scholarshup from Lewus College of Scuence and Technology llockport lllunousl and a tour year scholarshup to the college ot hus chouce was awarded to Lauren Barry by the Chucaqo Trubune Another four year scholarshup to the college of hus choure from the Alcoa Foundatuon of the Alumunum Company of Ameruca went to Lawrence Muller Page 136 Rudolph Mauer won a tour year scholarshup from Loyola Unuversuty tChucagol through a competutuve examunatuon taken by top students of Chucagos Catholuc Hugh Schools Robert Spychalsku was chosen by the Fenwuck faculty to receuve a tour year scholar shup from Provudence College Cconducted by the Domunucan Fathers Provudence Rhode lslandl Danuel Donahue and Ruchard Walter receuved appountments to the Unuted States Mulutary Academy at West Pount New York Each year the Fenwuck faculty seeks to recognuze the excellence of unduvudual senuors who have been outstandung un the varlous tlelcls ot study or actuvutues un theur years at Fenwuck The awards for l956 and the senuors who receuved them were Fathers and Mothers Clubs Honor Award for Leadershup un Catholuc Actuon Norbert Wuech The Anthony R Lawless Award to the Best Scholar Athlete John R Hoyne The St Francus de Sales Medal for Journalusm John G Wulhelm The Lacordaure Medal tor Excellence un Publuc Speakung Barry J Cullunan The Fenwuck Faculty Honor Award for Reluguon James E Bowers The Fenwuck Faculty Honor Award tor Englush Rudolph Mauer The Fen wuck Faculty Honor Award tor Scuence Robert J Leone The Fenwuck Faculty Honor Award for French John E Duffy The Fenwuck Faculty Honor Award for German Gerald Darda The Fenwuck Faculty Honor Award tor Spanush Neal Skowbo The Fenwnck Faculty Honor Award tor Mathematucs Phulup Tonne The Fenwuck Faculty Honor Award tor Socual Scuences Ruchard Ceguelsku The Alumnu Honor Keys for general excellence are awarded each year to the two senuors rankung fTrst and second un the class Wuth no dustunctuon une tween wunner and runner up these keys were awarded last year to Dav d Keete and Donald Kucera The FacJlty Tablet Honor tor G neral Excellence us the hughest possuble honor award quven at Fenwuclf Hugh School and us awarded annually to the senuor rankuno flrst un hus class Thus award was shared by Donald KJcera and Davud Keefe I ' , UVTTFII MA I f ' VY l"l w r -wi ulty , yy r , i A YT! I I I ' Y - 1 A , . ' , , . D - . . . I ' - V ' to members of the senior class. Some ot these were . . Z . . 2 . C , . - f - I- . . . . . , - f ' I : - ' . , . I S t' L Barry vs- f jf 4 ,Za R Ceglelslu J Duffy Leone G Blair J owerg B Callman T Cashman W Darda njff F Dawson D De Carlo Fnzgerald C Glannonl J Hoyne R Maier L Muller A Santoro R. Spychalski P. Tonne R. Walter N. Wiech Page137 D Donahue D Janmnck ---1. N Skowbo fi , J. Wilhelm N fx fx L4 X QU" i ...., We 2 4 Q, ?, Y- f, ,Q vw tw Q 54 i ,il nf' 1 i . . vi ' 'uf,x.igj, 4 , V, 4 , 'Af n -A , Zfmw 1 Page 139 We lay aside the things of a child to meet the world of men. Uncertain feelings of hope and ex- pectation, not for a thirteenth grade in school, but for a first grade in man- hood are stronger in youth, in us, than the sense of gratitude which we, nevertheless, sincerely experience. The keen interest in "next year" cannot kill in us a rising nostalgia as we leave Fenwick: firm friends, youth- ful light-hearted fun along with the struggle to satisfy demands of parents and teachers. May we come close to our mentors' hopes for us. "Thy name and honor bright we will defend, To God, to Country, and to Alma Mater Faithful to life's end." Acknowledgement is made to the pub- lisher, Mr. L. Hagerty, Leander Publishing Company, to our professional photog- raphers, Walinger Studio, and to the school authorities for their excellent co- operation and encouragement. Index , MJ ., .., P. , :M , , , ,X , Aff v x .',' 17 '. -A ' . v 1' ' ,. un f YQ 3" -if V 7 Z2 " r ., 27 , .1 1, f , t. . ,. Demski S 88 De Nardo 96 98 De Nardo L 105 Denise D D eape T 47 101 Pasqualelf 29 nto J Aubln E ntis F 53 tmer L 47 utsch J 53 Development Fund 22 23 Devereux J 61 95 Devereux R 61 Dhooge R 29 72 86 H Di Domenico P 61 D1 Domenico W 29 Digate A 47 Di Giacinto H 47 1 on J 94 i on W Pego R h 61 Di Pego Robt 47 :vane W 61 8 erty E 61 Dolan H Donahue Donahue Donahue Donavan Donavan D oey D 61 95 98 0 Dooey Ter 61 130 oey Thos 29 72 112 122 Dores D 47 06 Dorosz J 29 D e A 47 Douglass P 53 98 D wd R 53 105 6 D wner J 53 32 5 8 M 3 9 106 M53 Downs K 30 D e K 3 ago A 61 97 Dammis J 6 30 78 99 Drennan J 53 106 Drennan T 47 Dresen D 53 Drews C 53 ing R 0 8 9 12 iscoll P Drymalslu G 7 Dudek D 5 2 Dunne G 6 7 Du Plessis 53 Durante R Durdll M Dvorak R 72 8 8 96 97 Dybeclc D 47 er F Eastman N 53 M mier T 54 127 mier W 60 61 63 66 Egan Wm M 47 Egan Wm P 47 25 1 G 5 105 Eisenmann J 54 i ert R 92 mrich R 30 n el J 3 e R 7 r st R Esposito M 62 F ulty 12 9 Fa nano F 2 Fahey C 47 ey E 30 95 mem J 47 108 Farrar R 30 72 Fa rell J Farruggio Farruggio R 62 Index Fasano V 62 Fathers Club 22 23 ey E 62 Fee ey W 47 75 Fel-1rman R 54 Fer uson Jas 6 30 9 Ferguson John 30 105 107 rraro L J els D ichio l'1 Finn Wm Finn Wm s47 John 66 Finnell R Fioravanti C Fischer J Fischer W 6 ic P 2 Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald M Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald 4 5 erty J 62 77 ming F 4 10 wers A 47 88 89 Fo arty J 54 F ey C 7 ey D 3 94 ey G 3 ey J Football banquet 104105 senior freshman 112 For rich P 7 Frsberg R 62 78 88 0 Foss Geo 54 x P 62 6 88 F It W 7 94 95 9 96 2 nk J 62 97 Frartzen R 2 Fr ewalt G 62 1 2 Freshman physicals 130131 Freshmen 6067 z er T 2 Gabbert M 62 96 Gallagher Joel 62 96 Gallagher John 54 94 G ery T 4 Ga lo M 62 I M Gancarczyk D 54 en D 54 Gardner W 54 G rrity M 62 YZYIWSKI R 62 112 2 Gasparo D 62 97 G no A 54 vin D 6 Gaynor 54 Gaynor W G is W P Gentile Gentile Gerard Gervais Giacinti Gilbert 40 62 Giurato L Gleason T 5 78 Glee Club 96 97 Glomski Godman Goedert G 13 Goreclu Gorino Gorman Gorman R 54 96 49 J48 P 53 54 62 67 8 92 9 105 06 O6 399 1 11 Gorman Ri 11 31 Gorman Roger 62 88 128 rslcx R 54 6 Gower P 54 Go tfried T 48 Graduation 138139 rane F 62 Greene G 62 78 82 Greenwood Ill 3 80 reig J ri ben R L 5 ieco G 6 i tin J G :mth D 26 32 39 rimley R 48 Grove T 54 G unt D 2 G unt R 62 Gu buns L 48 ust J Haberkorn M 62 H cker R 2 Haddad M 62 Ha dad R 43 87 H ey G 48 oran J pin J Ham P 62 nko J 32 ney 32 113 nrahan P 53 54 75 05 106 Hansen Hansen 54 Harnert 4 48 5 Harney B 8 Harney R Harrington R 2 rrls R Harrison F 54 rtJ rvey B 62 1 Haselow C 48 s e A 32 99 ser G 3 Hawkins J 63 Hawkins T 54 H den T 63 66 7 es J 3 123 e mer R 3 Hennngan E Henning C 54 Herbert W 63 97 Her stritt J Herlehy Herlehy Herlehy Hermes Dennis 63 Donald 55 J Hetherington D 63 t D H c ey T 48 8 Huffman D 63 Higgins Wm A 48 123 Higgins Wm J 63 G nenbrand A 48 1 3 lard J ig 4 83 Ho an T 63 96 Ho art E 55 Hogmann E 48 82 Hohman J 55 Hohman T 55 H and M 63 88 6 H oway J 55 98 Ho man R 63 Honor Society 72 Honquest J 63 nzl J Hoop P 63 96 kms J 63 Horan W 48 25 rn K 48 uillon R 32 72 86 H szko R 63 O Hromadka D 32 134 4125 495 8 ', ., 47, , 113, 117, 122 , ., 1 'C 11 , J., 61, , , 130 ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1, 53, , 106 Feel , ., , 123 Go ', ., , 105, 10 ' , ., 53 l 1 -1 1 1 11 eP . ., , 1 .1 1 ' 1 .1 De , ,, g , ., , , 12 ' , - De Pi , ., 53 1 1 , , , 108 G 1 .1 1 131 cle St. A , ., 46, 47, 118, 119 Fe , ., 62 1 .1 1 1 De Sa ', ,, , 100 Fieg, ., 54 , ., 11 Det , ., , 113, 117, 122 Flk ' , J, 30 G ' , ., 31, 68, 134 De , ., , 128 Fili ,J., 62 G 'b , ., 2, 9 , - Fill' , B., 54 Gr' , ., I 78 , , Fin , T., 62 Gr'f' , ., 48 , ,I ' , ja ,, ,75 r' , . ,,,, 105,106,12 , ,126 1 1 ,,,, 94, 96 , . , G ' 1 .1 1 101 Dick, ., 61, 122 ' , ., 54, 95, 96 1 11 ' ' I W ' ', ,, 30 r , ., 3 ' ' , ., ' , ., 54 1 , ., , 131 ' , ,, ' , ., , 31, , b ' , .1 ' ' ' , ,, F't h, ., 62, 112, 1 2, 123 G , ., 54 D'll , ., 61, , 95 ' , D., 31 1 .1 D'll , ., 61 4 1 J., 54 6 1 -1 3 Di , ic ., , 112 ' , ., 47, 4, , 12 , 123 1 -1 ' , ., ' , P., 54 d , .1 1 D' , ,, , 3, 122 ' , R., 62 al , .1 D011 , ,, , 128, 130 ' , S., 7, 12 Hall , ., 51, 103, 106 , ., 3, 12 Flah , ., , , 97 Hal ' , ., 54 , L., 47 Fle ' , ., 5 , 105, 7, 134 , ., , ., 5 Flo , . ,,,, 98 Ha , ., , 123 , R., 2 ,105, ,108,110, 134 Q , ., Hal , , ,114,115,116, 117 , E., 53 ol , ., 4 Ha , . ,,,, 1 , , 134 1 -1 Fol , ., 1, 90, 91, , 96 1 A11 48 o l , . ,,,, 13 Fol , ., 1 1 F., , 77 l , ,, , Fol , ,, 62 1 V-1 61 1 10 1 106 Do l , ., , , , , 123 , , - 7 ' 1 05- 1, 1 .14 , ., , 1 , , ., 62 , ., b ' , ., 4 ' , ., 3 ot , ., o , , ,,,, 13 Ha ' 1 .1 62 o , ., , , 10 Fo , ., , 6, , 128 H6 1 .1 32 0 , ., , 1 ra' , ,, 4 H6 , .1 1 12 Downey, L., 53 Franger, J., 54, 91, 132 1 11 , ., Fra , ., , , 130 Ha k , ., , , 125, 127 cyl, .,5 ,.,a Hal, .,6,112 Dr , ., , , 130 e , ., , 1 ' 1 11 r ' , ., ,,,, 133 ' 1 - 7 1 -1 , ,, , , - ay , ., , , 12 , 128 , ., Frit , J., 54 Hay , ., 6 , 112, 122, , 130 , ., Full , ., 6, 4, 31 H ll , ., 1 , 54 , ,, , ,, , ' , ,, 54 Dr' , ., 3 , 7 , 9, 5,127,130 ' 1 1 ' 1 -1 Dr4 , ., 61 , , , , 95 1 -1 1 ', ., 4 all , ., 5 b ' , ., 48 , ,, 3, 12 I , ,, 1 ' 1 , ., 1, 6 Gall, ., 62 1 1 ', R., , 96 , ., , T., 48, 102, 106, 122 , ., 61, 112 Gap , ., ,113,117 , ., 32 ', ., 47 , ., ' , .1 , .,3l, , 6,8 , , a ' , ., Het, ,,32,117, 113,119 , ., Ga ', ., , , 122, 1 3, 134 1 li , ., , 8 Dy , ,, 61 , ., , ' , ., , ., a , ., ' ' , , .. , Eck, ., 53 Ga ' , ., , 31 ' ' , . .1 Ed ' , ., , , 128 , J., , 98 H1111 -1 48 Ed ' , , ,,,,, 112 , ,,31,129 H'lI , ., , 1,117,122 1 . ., e' , . ., 2, , , 63, 88, 112, 130 Hill' , ,, 48 , . ., , 1 ' , A., 54 Hill' , C., 8, , 87 E'clc, ., 4, , 107, 110 ' , M., 54 b , ., 1 ' , ., , E., 62 b , .1 ES , ., 61, , 93 ' , J., 62 1 11 1 E ' , ., , 99, 129 ' ' ', T., 62 , .1 E g , ., 0, 135 ' , J., 31, 44, 68 , .1 Eri , ., 30, 33, 5, 125, 129 Gill, T., 54 oll , ., , , 9 E n , ., 54 ' , ., 54 oll , ., , ' , ., , ., 4, , 9 I , ., ac , -1 , - 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V V V V A - V . , " ff . - ' .V 3-V Kg .Q V' Q' ,, V V M ulls J 7 Moxon A 65 M eller R 56 Munsenga A 65 Mulsenga J 49 M kerln J 65 9 kerun T 49 105 en J Mu enbach R 49 132 er L 37 72 75 10 107 108 9 2 Mulvenna T 37 Mu vey D 65 uvlhnll T Murphy 65 Murphy Murphy James 38 76 77 Murphy Jerome 56 105 122 Murphy John 65 Murphy Joseph 65 Murphy Murray D 9 Murray 10 Musachlo J 65 122 ron R 65 McAloon T 38 98 100 McAuliffe T 56 McCabe T 49 all A 65 94 Index Nnc ols J 50 lwa M 9 N nn R 7 N rfhen J 65 Norton M 65 N sek D 62 65 95 N vak J 57 6 Obermarer G 50 O Bruen O Brnen O Brien O Brnen O Brien O Bnen O Brnen O Brnen O Brien O Brren Edmund 65 Edward 39 an 50 sch 57 39 0 106 108 66 O Connell O Connell O Connell O Connor OConnor 39 70 O Connor O Day D O Donnell M 57 O Donnell T 39 0 OGrady P 55 57 O Hagan P 50 I e lo P Po olul J 66 Pollquln G 1 G 66 I 5 74 Pontucellu Pooe R 50 123 Pope A Pope M Potye J uzar J cwer J 57 83 94 wers A 66 11 12 Prack M 66 97 Prerost A 66 Provenzano A F 66 92 93 Provenzano A R 96 22 uyn G 50 alskn R 40 72 P h C 50 5 u ung J rtell J 57 Py er T 66 95 Q mn L 6 Q Inn T 7 Quinn W 40 Rafferty J 50 Ras ussen C 57 8 McCarron McCarthy McCauley McCIean McCue J McCurry 35 J 38 8 James 38 91 G 56 K McCurry M McDaniel McDermoYt J McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald McDonald Mc e R 9 30 4 2 74 10 106 7 McGlnnls 65 McGorry E 56 M overn M 38 39 105 106 O8 122 M raulJ 49 3 McGrath M 64 65 McGreal W 56 McGuire J 38 0 126 McHugh D 6 Mclnerney James Edward 65 99 Mclnerney James Edwin 56 Mclnerney Joseph 38 McKenna P 65 McKeown A 38 44 129 M nlght J 56 94 96 M ean A 38 71 9 McLennon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon McMahon P Robert Roberr 95 96 3 94 95 50 5 12 122 23 McManngal M 56 59 77 McMamgal T 39 100 McManus T 56 McNally W 56 M Namara D 65 95 112 129 McNamara J 50 Ol-lara B 50 57 O ara E 7 eefe T 57 99 Okerbloom D 29 57 129 O on R 39 72 98 Olirongley R 50 OLeary D 50 Olechowskn S 57 105 O ella E 65 7 ONell James 39 70 ONell John 57 Ongemach J 57 94 96 ahllly D O as J 5 Orlando R 57 O rowskl R 65 112 ulllvan B 65 122 OToole W 50 82 Pa ns M 65 a C 65 Pa koner R 57 PampmellaJ 66 Pape G 40 98 Par ell J 0 Parelko G Parkes M rnllu 50 Parsons R 40 129 Partyka R 5 01 Pasqualnne Pa zke R 57 Paulertl D 53 57 P wllk J 6 P ary R 0 Coraro C 66 12 coraro J 40 105 106 107 08 09 a L Pe egrnno P 40 77 c k 66 Perek R 7 P rrellu V 6 P rrf S O ak E Pe rncca A 66 uch R agan J 41 a ddnng H se M Reuchardt D 57 :mann H 50 105 R lnhardf B O Rcschmann G 50 Rellguon Department 7071 Reznncek G 58 Rezufko K 41 ue J 58 e M 6 Ruce W 66 Rschards R 50 Rnchter G 50 74 ck 72 Rnesen G 58 Rlf1e Club 98 an D 6 0 10 107 1 0 Ru nef J 8 Rlqney T 66 Ru ey M 8 ev 2 Inger T 4 4 RIZZUYO R 8 Roach R Roberson Roche P Roche R 54 58 Roc R Ro er I Rcgowskl Rogus R 4 8 Romannak W 41 8912 7 86912 Rosanova A 66 4 os 66 ss: J Rountree 41 70 73 R ane J 66 96 7 ck E 5 82 Rubeck R 66 und J 36 o ', .,3 'h , ., P'tl , ,,57 , ,, N' , .,3,113, 117 d", ., u , ., o , ,, 5 ' I 1 ., 57 ' , ., o , ., Poll', ., I 95 A 1 -1 , ., Poll', J., 0, , 82, 1 ul 4 , ., , 12 , 130 o , ., , , ' ', F., 57 Mal ' , ., , , 106 6 , ., , 9 I , ,, I Mull , 1, 56 A 1 1, , 1, 66 II , 1, , ' 1 1 1 , ., 57 Mull , ., 1 1 1 105, 6, , , 10 , ' ' , , , ., 57 11O,111,117,118,119,10,121,122 ' ' , J., 50 Po , ., 57 , ,, ' ' , L., 65 P , ., , 106 l , ., ' ' ,M ., ,92 PO , ., , 1, 112, 118, 122, M l ' ' , 1, 37 ' ' ,M' ., 131 , D., , 97 ' ' , P. J., 57 , ., I , E., 65, 112, 128 ' ' , P. 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,,,, Pef' , ., , , 12 , 6, 127 Rus , 1, 66, 112 1 11 1 1 -1 1 1 e , ., 66 Nap ', ., 57 ' , ., 5 , 77 I DII SII 135 1 ., ' ', K., 57 , J., 51, 105, 10 1 ' ., , ' , J., 40 , L., 66, 105, 112 1 1, ' , J., 66, 28 , P., 58 e , ., , ., , 13 ' , N., 40, 72, , 12 , 6, 127 , T., 58, 132 Ne ', ., 65 ' , P., 57, loo, , 128 , ., .66, I2 etl , ., , , , 10 , 109 Pill ,E,, , 105 d , ., ' , ., il , ., 5 Sala '1', ., , , 130 Mc amara P 65 130 M uaud J 39 95 96 101 McShane W 65 112 ol: J Natanek R 65 Nelson Muss M 18 89 Nemec C 50 N rgaard R 65 95 97 0 YI E N teton J 39 99 105 7 Nichol T 57 Petversen M 57 95 96 Yung Phelan Plcard Plccoh Pnckell Pnerce Pnerce Pierce ar er J 26 40 5 12 M 50 95 96 C 7 1 99 5 12 127 57 PorG 0 sell R sell T Ru7h rford J Ryan Ryan 6 Ryan Ryan Ryan Ryan W 65 1 Ryn ak C 58 ami M 66 96 Tnerney E Sedkowski, E., 58 Salerno, J., 51 Salvatore, A., 66 Sammon, J., 58 Sammon, M,, 13, 41, 88, 1Cf Semen, E., 51 Santo, J,, 51 Sanwccl, R., 58, 105, 106 Sarno F 66 S v1r1o avuskt 7 1 Canlon R Cannell T aprllato T 58 ezo J Schaefer W 65 alhle D Sc auer R 6 wacks R c anser J :lf D C entz R mud J 42 wmltt D Schnakenberg R 66 95 132 Schnakenberg VJ 51 1Oen1Jaum T 42 72 91 orsch D 42 Sc ratz J 7 Schultz C 58 S ultz J 6 uster P 42 Schweltzer G 66 130 Sclence Department 80 82 S on C 6 u y J 17 66 ek F 66 cke L 5 87 90 ers M Sensors 2645 Ser 0 J 66 5 Sexton T 58 S eehan P 30 42 86 9 Sherry W 42 Shlmandle F 66 97 99 ockey R 43 70 2 105 owel J 43 7 Ufhtowskl P 43 125 lk lla 51 Snmmons A 6 Snmpson W 2 82 98 Skach R Skoglund Skopal H S nba L Skryd B Skrypek Slrpmk 13111 1 S11 Q11 5 1 cc1 50 Q L Spcvak rL11 7 5 51 67 97 W 3 87 99 L6 v ,c 11 9.1 Stann J 6 0 Index Stancukas, S, 51, 95 Stanltz, C., 58 Stanton, E., A3 Stava, D., 58 Sfaveley, R,, 58, 128 Steele, W 51 Steiner, L., 58 Stemer T Stella M 58 .13 72 8m S emon R 5 eonen 5 95 6 S evenson 061. o fa oms F ak ran acglla F ra11sk1 emng M rohel J f 2 uczynskn Z Sulluvan Sullnvan Sollwan Sullnvan Sulluvan Sullnvan Sul :van Sullnvan Sullivan Sulllvan Sullnvan Sullnvan Danlel 67 Donald 59 Edwin 59 Eugene 51 mes 43 tn E 111 T o n W 44 R 73 6 0 Summerville 67 ue1R 97 30 Swauf1eld P 9199 Sweeney M Sweeney W 87 Swimming seniors Szott G 59 Tarpey Tarzon K 59 or T eall R 67 Thlelen I C Thoma M 6 8 Thompson 59 Thoner 124127 Tlerrtan Tnson J Tobln M 471 o ln R TO C1 M 51 Toepfer A 51 :CR R Tomasello L 51 Tomaszlnlevvucz R Tc111Q1 Towne osto G J Tcmnk tau O O A v 1 ac lv. 1t111O 7 U L I1 7 7 :vcd Veldman R Vertono L 2 96 95 99 nuors 127 28 Vinnola, S., 59 Villari, K., 67, 131 Vmcenti, Darryl, 67, Vmcenti, Dennls, 2-1, V1sco, R., 67 Vnha, T., .55 VlVLJ1lO, R , 45, 13.1 Vlasaty J 59 81 Vlcek W 67 t R 59 Vondraaelc R 130 .15 77 tc: 11' Vondroska G c 9 vcncr ska Moss Vrho VVNS Waco R Wa I A VVa1sh Walsh Walsh 106 Walsh Walter Wanat Wan t Wantuchowlcz L Wantuchowucz R Warchol M 9 ard J Ward W 59 77 Watson W 45 Wegerzyn N 45 We rs J 45 We rs R 45 Weldenfeller G Weunsteln J 51 We er W 45 0 Wen: S 59 98 Wendt W 67 128 9 2 Wessel D 67 Westhol? 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