Georgetown Preparatory School - Cupola Yearbook (North Bethesda, MD)

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' . uf 'I 56 5 'F am, ms 'n lil x X xxx f mv I CUPQLA 19145 Of Published By The Students EPARATORY SCHOOL GEORGETOWN PR Garrett Park, Maryland , I -1 a.'u'1 N S s ig EI F.-'2 W ,gifs MN g 933- I f auwwww 4? "And I, lf I be lifted up from the earth, wlll draw all thmgs to myself " John 12, 32 ...- , , ,,g,fHiUf.I A .1156 Q f . 1 . , , k 5515? Q K I ' f,-.f fl 4 . , -f B w,,Lfx'. 5 ' 1 if-3 V -sn yy, . 1' J ,A ,2,':o.:"' I 5 X 21, h w. , K ,Ak ,4 1 ' 13? 'HW if f rf W, ,wr 4 , 5 . gs: 'sh . e V .J K 1 ' 'f . . s J '24 f " 'X L 1, ' 3 ' 5. . A g , ' 1 - ,, x ' e . 5 . Ky , ' . f 'A - eWM..,MiQf'fIfWM'f A . Q 9 . 1 Y . A 1 The CVUCIlIX f Saint Due e Back IH the early days a band of Slsters of St Paul of Chatres carrued It from France to the Island of Martunlque At Sannt Pnerre they bunlt a convent and rn the convent stood thus cruclfnx There at was venerated shrine Then on May 8 l902 Mount Pelee erupted flre and death and the 32 OOO of Qannt Pierre perished only one man escapnng from the city ln the Sprung of l9l7 when the workers were cleanlng away the runns they came to the sate of the shrrne There where many had so often knel they drscovered IH the mndst of the charred bones of the nuns and their charges a small grotto that fall :ng walls had hermatncally sealed In thus grotto untouched by the flames of that awful mornnng was this wut den Cross wlth nts bronze Figure we now have thus Cruclflx thus shrnne of chnldren long dead tom another school long de stroyed Spared the frre of Martlnnque rt stands a mute remlnder of two great human tragedres Cal vary and Pelee For those of us leavlng Prep It rs fnttrng that we look long and reverently at thus sacred shrlne for we are socn to face a world torn by snmrlar tragedy hate and flre To face such a world we must know one lesson perfectly the lesson of the Crucnfux Maybe that ns why thus Crucuflx was spared to lm press thus lesson upon our hearts The better we know at the better we are prepared to face any tag dy confrdently wuth courage and love the lesson of the Crucnfnx .. 0 . . rr -- At Georgetown prep DEDICATIQN We dedlcote thus volume of the Cupolo to the men ot Georgetown Prep who hovc pond the Supreme Socrntuce tor their Courwtrv MAXIMILLIAN J HIRSCH FEARN FIELD ROBERT F KEELER ELKIN P FRANKLIN HENRY B COAKLEY J CARROLL SHEEHAN JAMES L OLIVER JR ANDREWW MAHONEY JR WILLIAM A ROBERTS 43 to these ond to oll our other olumm who even now ore spending themselves thot they mnght molce this world o better ploce IH whlch to live . '26 '33 . '35 . '36 . '37 . '37 EMMETT CORRIGAN '39 . , . '40 . , . '43 Da robur, fer auxilium The Prep Remember when we tlmldly walked unto the dlnmq roam for the fnrst time that noon tour years ago when we lnstened over the raduo to Congress declarmg war the thrall of gettmg ou: tlrst letters at the football banquet later on traps to lcna and the stones told afterwards Mr Mac s face the day we stormed unto hrs room with our surprise the bontlres at pep rallies and none too happy mamornes of the commando course cokes we ve had In John Gregg s store blue Mondays when the translatuon was strlctly slght hours we wrestled wuth Donnelly honor cards we took home proudly stlrrmg sermons and deep thoughts durlng retreats and those last goodbys THE . ' x , . . . , . . - 11 - 11 - - 1 - 1 11 f - ll 11 N PREP O O o vw 5 ..- Il T Q Z Q WL, . I '..,,, .K . ? .. . ai , 'gg r ' rw: - at we ,V -P 12.5, txx,M,f N ,gy BY DAY BY NIGHT FIRST CORRIDOR SOUTH STAI RWAY HAEC EST DOMUS DEI , . I - F! 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English, Studenf Counselor "Father, what about , A ,-3' 'f -XX shin- Rcv Kelvm T MacKavanagh S J Rev Edward W McCawIey S J Rclnguon English ond French Religion Mathematics English x 'Ns rs. Mr Daniel F Lawler SJ Mr Edward B Rehkopf SJ Relugnon Lofsn ond Englnsh Prefect of Duscuplnne 21 4 iw W 'M ' U A ,,,. 1 I 1 a . Wyggkigxwl Q - -1 .. x S X k fx X. 1 N, el A as V' ,,,- , . . , . . . . , . . 1 ,951 Mr ThomasJ ODonneIl SJ Mr wllllgm C Wehrle SJ Rclaguon Latm Enghsh Chemistry and Mathematics Mr Joseph A Goertz Mr Augushne J Coupe AB A h B Mathematlcs Biology and Librarian, French, History General Science 22 i ,NW A Michael Roman, Ph.D French ond History Brother Alfredo Oswald, S.J. French, Music Mr. John W. Bush, S.J. Here it is , . . Religion, Lotin, History if Mr. Joseph C. Conner, A.B. Mathematics, German Mr. George A. Hess, S.J. Physics, Mathematics ,yi Mr. Emilio M. Colon Spanish "The work input is equal ta E times D ASS CDF oris ow . . . ROBERT M BENNETT Football l Baslqctballl Baseball l 2 adalrty l St Jalfm B r AQ. AQ!! -in-v WM Q ,Q CHARLES CARROLL CARTER Luttle Hoya 3 St John Berchmans S C ty 3 4 Master at Ceremonues 4 ,,gq....,, Clfmour 3 J V Baseball .J Varsity Man ager 4, Future Football 3 Junior Var stty 4, Vorsnty Soccer 3, 4 Georgetown Preparatory School 26 3g S ' ,2, 3, 45 . e Che A, tt ' mans' Society l, 2. A . 9 mm X v L ' Q . ' o Lk' 'ie , 3 ' WILLIAMS CARTER S ollfy 4 Soccerl 2 4 Tennis l 2 4 J V Football 2 Sf John Bercnrwons Society 4 SAMUEL B CASEY JR as Chonr 3 4 Sf John Berchmons Socnety Xuan 4 Sodolnty 3 4 Bosketboll Vorslty 4 Boseboll Vorsuty 3 4 Assustonf Editor Blue ond C-roy 3 M Vorslty Footboll 4 Class of Nzneteen Forty Fave 27 cd 1 , I. I , j . . j . I ., X an .L Q .3 ,. Ex . I . 1 5 sf , . , . , A I I ' " l I 1 I 1 I . l . , SQN- I I I I 'M , . . , . JOSEPH C COAKLEY Blue and Cray 2 Lnttle Hoya 2 3 Var stty Football 2 3 Manager 4 Soccer 2 Varstny Basketball Manager 4 Sodaluty 2 3 Prefect 4 St John Berchrnans So Tennls 2 3 4 Cupola Buslness Manager 4 Student Councll 4 WWW CHARLES C DUFFY JR Football 2 Baseball l 2 Mldget Baslfet ball l Sodallty3 4 Georgetown Preparatory School 28 ciety 2, 3, 4, Debating 45 Choir 2, 3, 4, A J S JAMES E FAKLER Bosebolll 2 Vc1rsuty3 4 Bosketbolll 2 Vorsu'ry3 4 Sodolufyl 2 3 Prefect 4 Sr John Berchmons Socletyl 2 3 4 E Class Secretory 4 Elocufuon 2 3 .felis GEORGE V FOLEY olnty I 2 3 4 Luttle Hoya 2 3 Junior Debotnng I Blue ond C-roy 3 Wunner of Constitution Essoy Contest I Elocutuon 1 Bosketboll 2 Vorsuty 3 4 Q Seboll 1 2 Tb Il John Berchrnons Society 1 Tr osurer I Tennls1 Class of Nineteen Forty Five 29 J , 1 I 1 I Q ' , .2 ' , , 1 X 1 1 ' I ' - J Q X 1 ' 1 1 1 1 A . W l 1 ' , x x 5 3. I f ' . 7 'J -Mt X ,455 Sod 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' ,x ' ' I I A . - J . Bo , , 35 Foo o I, 2, 35 St. ' E , . . 3 . ' 1 f l - , WN DAVID B GRAHAM Class Presldent 3 Student Councll Sodalltyl 2 .J 4 Cholr2 3 4 St John Berchmans l 2 3 4 Debatnng 2 3 4 Debatung 2 3 4 Wlnner of Debate Medal 3 Lnttle Hoya 2 3 Blue and Cray H A stty Football 3 4 Future Basketball l Varsity Soccer 3 4 Junuor Baseball l Varsuty Tennls 2 3 4 Mn, ROBERT L HALL Football l 2 3 4 Baseball l Basket l S allty 3 4 Junior batlng l Debatlng 4 Soccer 3 4 Georgetown Preparatory School 30 ' 1 ' 3, 4: 1 A A , 2 2, 3g Football l J. V. Captain 2g Var- f' . l I I I V - l ball g od ' l, 2, , 5 ' De Q' CORNELI US C HARRELL Foetball I Basketball I Varsnty Base ball I 2 Q 4 Varsity Basketball 3 V rs: y Football 4 Sodalnty I 2 3 4 St John Berchmans Society I 2 3 4 Class Presldent 2 DAVID J HANQON Football Future I Jumor Varsaty 2 Varslty 4 Varsnty Basketball 2 3 4 Varsity Baseball I 2 3 4 Class Secre tar I Class Vlce Presld nt 2 4 So lty I 4 John Berchmans I 2 3 4 Class Medal Class of Nineteen Forty Five Y 1 ' .- ' 2 , Q - q P, ' dal' , 2, 3, 4, choir 1, 2, 3, , sf, 'K " , , , I 6 4 g 4 y swf X I Qi, I l l l l , 1 ' I I ,4: a 't 5 ' , , , , 31 R LOUIS HATZES Sodaluty 2 3 4 Football J V 2 Var sity 3 4 Basketball Junior Varsity 3 Varsnty 4 Baseball Jumor Varslty 2 Tenn1s2 4 ROBERT H KING Soclaluty2 3 4 J V Football 2 Varsity 4 Tenms 2 3 4 Blue and Cray 2 Cu AW' pola 4 Georgetown Preparatory School 32 1 1 1 I ' ' 1 A ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , , . , . ,M 1 I 1 ' ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 ' W 0 JOHN P. LAVOIE Sodolity 3, 4g Football, Junior Varsity 4 Bosketboll Junior Vorslty 3 GERALD P MADICAN Hobby Club I Soccer 3 4 Midget Bose ball I Midget Bosketboll I Junror De botmgl Sodclutyl 2 3 Tennis I 2 Lntle Hoyo fclrculotlonl 2 3 Class of Nineteen Forty Fave 33 , . 1 I I 1 ' I I ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' ' l LOUIS W MCKERNAN Sodalnty l 2 3 4 Junlor Debatnng l Msdget Baseball l Mndget Basketball l Luttle Hoya 2 Associate Edltor 3 Blue and Cray 2 3 Cupola 4 Tennis 3 4 Soccer 3 4 FERC-US C MITCHELL JR Sodalnty 3 4 St John Berchmans Soc: ety 4 Football Junior Varsuty 4 Georgetown Preparatory School 34 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 T I ,- 1 1 1 1 , . . , . .5 - , 1 - A , 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' ,mf GERALD J O CONNOR Soccer 3 J V Baseball 3 St o n Berchmans Society 2 3 Choir 3 Blue and Cray 3 Dramatics 3 Football 2 3 4 SodaIity2 3 4 CIFFORD A. NICOLAIDES Football, Futures l, Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3' Sodality l 2 3 4' Debating Tennis l sr-W" Class of Nineteen Forty Fzve 2, 4, ' , 2, 3, 4. , . . , . J h ', J X35 JAMES J. O DONNELL Varsity Basketball l, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Baseball l 2 3 4' Varsity Football 2 1 .31 3 4 Sodallty 2 3 4 Lnttle Hoya 2 3 ax -6 F JOSEPH ONEILL Sodallty 3 4 Cbour 3 4 Varslty Base wav ball 3 Varslty Football 4 Kuh- 'Ulf Georgetown Preparatory School 36 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , 1 , I J 3 'T s 3 ' . ' . ' ' 1 1 1 I 1 S- I ' K-1 3- ' S: my ,yew Q ,-of J CARESCHE ORD JR St John Berchmcns Socuety 2 3 So d :ty 2 3 4 JOHN A ROBERTS ,NW Footbolll 2 Vorsuty3 4 Basketball 2 J V BoseboII2 Sodolntyl 2 3 4 AN Class of Nineteen Forty Five 37 . , . 1 - , ' I I ,V ol' , , . ,N J J 2' N 1 .J A, J V 3 Q 1 -hiv' , .. 0 1 Y I 1 ML V ' ' I l I I I ' . i t . 1 , DANIEL F SULLIVAN Football Varsaty 3 4 Qodallty 3 4 Q-Qlinvi' an-H MANUEL ALFONSO Y TACLE Sodaluty 3 4 Soccer 3 l Georgetown Preparatory School 38 Choir 3, 4g Basketball? Varsity 3, 4. A kr Q' Zh Vorslty Footboll 2 3 4 Vorslty Bo kel b 2 4 Futures l Boseboll 2 3 4 J V l St John Berchmcms Socuety I 3 HARRY D TRAIN Vorsnty Foofboll 3 4 J V Football 2 Vorslty Soccer3 4 Vorsuty3 J V 2 Sodollfy 2 3 4 Lnttle Hoyo 2 3 Blue ond Cray 2 3 JAMESJ WILLS JR Class of Nzneteen Forty Five 39 l I I - - I l I 1 I A I I , . l . , . ' ' ' c '- I .' I " I Ull 1 N- 1 1 1' .Z ' . I l - . . . . , . I cx 2, ,4. - 5 I u JAMES M WILSON J V Football l 3 Futures 2 Basket Fturesl 2 Soaly2 T mms I 2 3 JOHNS WINCH JR Football Junior Varslfy 3 Varsnfy 4 Soccer Varsuty3 4 SodaIuty3 4 Georgetown Preparatory School 40 ' ' li ' ball, u , ,3g dl't ,3,4g e ' ,,. , zu' , ',i ' ,- FROM THE CAMPANILE THE CAMPANILE CDT!-IER FCDRMS dThy er ' ow.. V Snttung Slaughter Ely Conrad Father Macliavanagh S J Mooney Harper Keenan Second Row Garrabrant OConnor Keelan Murphy Hanson Guyer Russell Last Row Robinson Harrell FIFTH FCDRM A Here we are agaln slghed the old tnmers returnung once more to the all too famjluar halls of Georgetown Prep We were eager to meet the new students and to adjust ourselves to new teachers Bob OConnor from New York was our fnrst duscovery Hrs pleasant manner and cool style easuly adapted themselves to our standards and he quackly became one of us We soon found out that the refugee Robunson from Moblle was wjth us once more A cause of deep concern to Russell astounded all wjth has faultless translations of Cicero and has top honors rn every subject To our good fortune Father Macliavanagh was stall here and more or less wllllng to teach us English and Latln New to us thus year were Chemistry and thnrd year Latjn Both were dlffucult rn the beglnnlng and just as drffjcult In the end Sports were well represented thus year by Flfth Form A On the Varsuty football squad we had Jackie Harrell Duck Harper Tommy Keelan and Bull Murphy Bob OConnor and Marcel Conrad represented us on the J V s and Futures Jammy Ctuyer led the cheers from the srdelunes Sam Carrabrant contlnued at has tennls The Soccer team was ably supported by Robert Ely Gerald Mooney Lawrence Slaughter Duck Harper Marcel Conrad Sam C-arrabrant and Malcolm Hanson On the Varsity basketball we had Bob OConnor Jackne Harrell played on the Junior Varsjty Jack lxeenan jouned the rest of us at rntra mural basketball Most of our athletes represented us In baseball lt js too early now as we go to press to jnducate results But we expect to do well In thus and an our fourth year just ahead Georgetown Preparatory School 44 l S X 3 lf rar? II ' ll ' ' . . . I - I I . . . . I . I ' . I I . ' I I , . and to Harper, was a tall slum newcomer, Lawrence Slaughter, who I I 1 I l I - I , , . . I I V I I I . I , h . . , . . . . ' I A I , . , . t ll 3 Slttlng Vaccaro OConnell Hynes Father McCawley SJ Muller Klley Kdwell Second Row Gnppo Clavm Dunkle Cassudy Sullnvan Martunez Klemkowskl Thnrd Row Becker Jondreau Perme Fourth Row Walsh Cheseldme FIFTH FCDIQM B Arnvlng ln September we found we were Increased by several new arnvals well up to standard such fellows Gene H nes Joe OConneIl Rod Muller Hull Martnnez We have a Hoosier from Marlon lndlana and a Traveller from Arkansas Jam Vaccaro Guldance along the path of learnlng has been easy for our Instructors Father McCawley Mr Rehkopf Mr Wherle and Mr Colon The Prep made It hard on the honor men this year by making them adjust themselves to an added subject But we found them takung thnngs In their stride and the Lanky Yankee Klley Ted Grlppo John Cassidy and Peter Dunkle continued to leave their marks ln football we contrubuted to the glory of the school and to the dns comfort of the enemy The 5B varsity complement contalned two new comers, Gene Hynes and Joe OConnell Besldes these, we had an old bnck from the forward wall, Jimmy Sullnvan, wlth Mel Klemkowskl, Jnmmy Vaccaro and our class presldent, Pat Kndwell The Junior Varsnty boasted of Peter Dunkle, Dave Kiley, Rod Muller, Cappy Walsh and Ned Perme Basketball IS a good game, a fast game, maybe too good and too fast for most of us Our varslty contrubutlons here were Muller and Klley Soccer greatly lncreased an attractlon and the 5B Class claimed from the Varsnty, Dunkle, Hynes, O'Connell, Cassldy, Gnppo, Walsh, Sulllvan and Jondreau Thnngs have been a llttle tougher thus year The war means more to us, we are closer to nt Three down and one to go Tnme IS gettung shorter "Nothlng beats a trlal but a failure," so we won't say anythung about next year except to explain that "We aren't Has beens or Going to be's, but Just plaln ARE's " The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Five 45 T -sf' 5,9 ' ' .fx g 1 ,gxggi T Q. li J y " P 5 C . - I t , E V ,..t,r, 1 l 5 . 5 V 4 5 -Q gi. NL V 1 il' ,. , 1' ' l 'lf L h , Q 5 ' 2 A frm, Al Q X it 3 1 f Sf 9' ' F5 ' ' I , ' f , , - r, ' , ' f i . . 1 I . . . li . GS . Y I . . I I l , f ' . ' ' . 1 , . . , . 1 . . U 1 1 . I . ' 1 Sattang Rauber Mougey Walls Mr Lawler SJ Kalcoyne Murphy C DAmonvalle Second Row Tucker Eckert Gallon Huber Kelleher Rehm Thard Row Sp cer Norras Garvey Keener Leonard lark Dastler Fourth Row B nnett E DAmonvalle Brady Dams FOURTH FQRM A A phone coll between Bob Spicer and a frlend Fruend What happened the farst day of school? Spacer O nothang much except Phal Kelleher slapped on Mr Lawlers cassock he as stall an the hospatal In the afternoon the Vorsaty Football Squad permanently borrowed Ed Eckert and John Tucker Don Bennett Bud Mougey John Rauber Bud Mougey Jam Kalcoyne Bud Mougey Mar tan Callan and lastly Bud Mougey loaned the J V and after much compe tataon Reed Clarke won farst place os manager O yes I almost forgot to tell you swangl l l Fraend Spacer Tennessee Fraend Spacer Fraend Splcer P V Murphy broke a golf club wath has maghty and muscular Have you any new boys? Yes Sam Keener gully lumped all the way up here from Who excells an scholastac achaevementsP Leon Leonard Ph D LL D B A C O D What happened next day? John Brady gave Phal Kelleher a blood transfusaon and An thony Danas Charwa Norras and Ben Walls loaned the Debatang Socaety Marcus Quantus Phoenacaa gave us our matter for the year That as to SCI Frnend What do you take Baology or Creek? Spacer Baology Its quate anterestang Fred Huber startled M Coupe by sayang that he had an ectodermus of the paromecaum under the mucroscope Mr Coupe commented that at was the left ear of a flea O and Tom Rehm started to wrate a new dactaonary because Websters words are too easy to spell Fraend l ll have to hang up now Spacer O K See you later The end Georgetown Preparatory School 46 ' -ak - 4 - V . , . . , , , " ' I I I ' I ' 'I I I ' ' Q 1 P 1 1 1 1 - 5 I 1 1 . . , . . , , , s., , . . 9 , . , , . . . ' . II - Il . . I, . . .I , . , , , . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 , . . ' II - . 11 11 . ' ,, . ll - , II - - - ll - , 11 ll . , A -, - , - -, - - - - I 11 11 . . ,, . . . ,, .,, . . . . . . I . y ll - ,11 - 11 . , . . D ,, . , . . . r . . . , IL , II . . 11 1 11 . , 11 ll Stf no Verkauteren Benzrger Keele tPresl Mr Hess S J Garrett Frtzgerald Wyant Second Row Trarnor Drllon Provosty Hall Brunett ODonoghue Potter Schumate Thrrd Row Woolley Tyson Fourth Row Mannrng Moore Crowley Crane FCDLll2Tl-l FQIQM B kept on edge thrs year the edge belongrng to Master Burke Flrnn s razor Wrllre CHrpsl Crane the brg boy wrth the brg smrle gracrously thanked Mr Lawler SJ for hrs permnssron to ask one questron a week General rssrmo LL Lrpo Lewrs was very much concerned about the boys from Baltrmore Foghorn Cartland and hrs home rn lndrana and Le Doux Provosty wrth hrs tales of Loursrana kept us hrgh on the geography srde of l te The prrze snrpe was caught by Greg Wyant Brll ONerll was kept busy runnrng between hrs room and the phone booth Bob tthe bouncrng balll Wooley and hrs wuse crack a day gave us no peace We thank Abbre Brunette for the frne apple crder The musrc hall was taken care ot by Larry Garrett and hrs base frddle lt rs sard that Trarnor beat Murphy rn a terrrtrc battle of chess as a result of Leo Moore s careful study of hrs roommate The surprrse of the year came when Nrck fthe Waddlrng Duck? O Don aghue announced that he was a boarder The French Romeos Chrrs and Emmanuel dAmonvrlle kept Mr Lawler on the move Frtzgeralds pen manshrp rmproved as a result ot 4 l5 C-erry lCan you prove rtl Crow ley took thrngs rn strrde Drck Verkauteren drd frne work rn Brology Tom Potter enjoyed Mr Bushs Where as s rn Hrstory Honor boys of the class were Farmer Carter Cy alll Hall Tom Keefe Carl Tyson and Bernard Benzrger Jrm Shumate made the Varsrty thrs year Larry Carrett too played a good game ot football Our J V lettermen thrs year were Keete Lewrs Mannrng Provosty We hope those who drd not recerve letters wrll make rt next year The Cupola of Nzneteen Forty Fave 47 ff L r ' FQ L + L 'rr ' 1 I l i 1 , ' , , ., . , . ,, , ' , . Between, "l'll see you at 4:l5" and other woeful threats, we were all . . . r . I I 7 ' . . I ' '. 11 Ill U l-I - D - ' A .Il Il I - - ' . , . . . I , i I . . . , . . . . h , . ' . . . , . I J I ' ' I I ' ' T - - 11 . 11 - - - ' . I II - I ll ' ' I D II ll I . . 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' U I I - - - - .I I , . - - 3 Suttung Quunn Cashman Sunger Mr Bush SJ Brune Markham Steus Second Row Whute Gutuerres Harper Rocca Canfueld Hughes Bucy Beyer Thurd Row Perme Reagh Lloyd Flunn Davus Carter Fourth Row Fannon Gargan Hynes Tl-lll2D FORM A 3A MONDAY SESSION 9 OO 9 IO 9 55 Recess ll 5 1228 105 55 240 Class beguns Mr Bush SJ funds us stull groggy from 0 strenu our week end but us pleased to duscover that at least we studued well on the busses Algebra Fr McCawley SJ spars wuth us for 45 munutes and learns from Rocca that X us not the sugn for the unknown but that ut us un realuty the 24th letter ofthe alphabet Latun We try to explaun to Mr Bush that the grammar Caesar uses un hus Commentarues us uncorrect Not easuly convunced h loads us down wuth fuve pages of translations At last' Mr Gregg s store us overflowed wuth customers At thus rate he takes un more money than Mr Morgenthau Englush After loosung all of our food due to Fr McCawleys vugu lance we set to work Our secretary us found asleep durung the Crematuon of Sam MCC-ee and tomorrow we shall have the good fortune to hear the Declaratuon of Independence recuted Hustory Mr C-oertz funds the Declune of the Roman Empure un the West unterrupted by the readung of marks Honors for Davus Quunn Flunn Perme Whute Wesely Carter Steus Reagh and Brune Lunch Now we eat? Latun Agaun Mr Bush certaunly can and does get around Agaun Caesar turns over un hus grave due to our translatuons Reluguous Lecture Fr O Leary S J throws every questuon un the book lReluguous Bookl at us and amudst a room of dull faces and mute lups gets across hus pount Freedom at last' and 24 hardy athletes take to the fueld to match theur skulls un all mauor sports Varsuty Fannon Beyer Junuor Varsuty Flunn Cashman Harper Gargan Hynes Quunn Sunger Fut Davus Whute Wesely Carter Hughes Canfueld Cubs Perme Reagh Georgetown Preparatory School 48 s l 775 I A3 1 1 ' 1' - 1 --1 , A , '. : 1 V 1A 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 : , , . 1 1 1 I , .I ' N- I I ' I f 1 1 . , . ., I . , 3 , . . l . 1 1- 1 I I - -- , . Il - II 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -In it . . -. , . . . . , . ., 1 I ' , . ' .I 1 - i 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' 'i 1 1 I I 1 ' ' I ' R. Snttnng Lyons McGarrnty Bergman Mr Coupe Qunnn DeOrsey Ellns Second Row Mnlloy Keane Areces Duffy Qunnones Fntzpotrnck Fakler Thnrd Row Klnne Lebherz Hadlnck Cantona Navnckas Ruppert Fourth Row Bowne Collazo Furey Tl-HRD FCEM B When the school year began there were twenty two of us some old Prepsters some new boys We came together from fnve states and the Dnstrnct of Columbna not to mentnon two good nenghbors from the South Manuel Areces and Rosendo Collazo Along Scholastnc Innes Salvador Qunnones battled to take the fnrst place spot from Frank Lyons but Frank led through the whole fnrst term ln Hnstory class the answers of Pat Fntzpatrnck amazed everyone Her man Fakler Salvador Qunnones and Frank Lyons held up the dnffncult part of our Latnn Class wnth the rnght answers to bafflnng questnons Bob DeOrsey Jnm Lebherz Paul Hadlnck Pat Fntzpatrnck Vnncent Na vnckas and Paul Duffy were usually found wrntnng out mnxed parsnng nn Latnn for Mr O Donald after classes Our hardest subject was Latnn our tavornte Hnstory lt seems though that Pat Cantona preferred musnc We have much to remember thns year s teachers for and we hope that they wnll long remember us especnally for our good ponnts There was Father OLeary SJ who had us for Relngnon Mr O Donald SJ who had us for Home Room for Englnsh and for Latnn Mr Coertz took care of thnngs hns torncal whnle Mr Coupe taught us to solve thnngs mathematncal We are proud to say that our entnre class were members of the Sodalnty of our Lady Mnchael Keane was consultor for the day students and Jnmmy Lebherz for the boarders Many of our class represented us nn the St John Berchmans Socnety ln football, Dnck Mnlloy, Joe Ellns and Frank Lyons played the J V Inne The Futures counted Ruppert, Qunnn, Collazo, Keane, DeOrsey and Bergmann, whnle Bowne, Klnne, Duffy, Furey and Qunnones played on the Cubs Fakler played Varsnty basketball, and DeOrsey and Mnlloy played Jun nor Varsnty The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Five 49 V 1 Y npl l K V n l n P me q n l 2 . . .. n " ' . f , ,.. ,M i , x Q .Y , - 4 , ' ' , . . F . , ' Q 3 E , . ? h- . i . X n 1 1 . , n 1 X l I . . sf ig X X E .Af F " J L Q1 - of .vt f W. . X ' L N ff - Os .4 .4 3 n 1 1 - 1 1 1 A 3 n n n , , , s 5 I , n n I - 5 , n - 1 ' 1 1 ' l I ' I 1 I , . I I 1 I 1 I ' . , . . . . . , I ' I I ' ' I I , . I - - . I I ' 'I I ' I ' 'I I 1 u - , . . , . of' 'NO' Suttung Wynne Enright Harper Mr ODonnell SJ Relff Moeller Smart Second Row J Wlght Falge R OConor D Wrght E OConor Hlcks Vallarlno Thlrd Row Sandoz deGramont Eaton Chandler Altemus Shearman Fourth Row Woolley Fannon Brady Foley SECCDND FCEM Last September the old and new members of the Second Form got to ge-ther for the flrst tume There were only a few new boys but they knutted an wnth the old ones very well The flrst class meeting became a success when we elected a very flne Presndent Vnce Presld nt and Treasurer The Presndent was Dan Wnght Jr Vnce President Frank Hucks and the last but not least was the Treas urer Gus Vallanno We have many football stars with us thus year such as Frank Hucks C-us Vallarnno Tommy Sandoz Eddie OConor Fred Altemus Bully Fannon Rupert Brady and the man wlth the changsng vouce Joe Renff all played for the undefeated Cubs Duck Woolley was a fune back forthe Futures and Dan Wlght played for the Junlor Varsity ln studnes we have a number of verv good students ln Science Rlchard Moeller and John Wynne usually rung the bell Ward Foley ns very good an English and lanche De Cramont stars nn Anthmetlc Raymond Falge us stall the sclentlst but has k pt everythlng under con trol Guy Harper ns very good In flgures the kind you use In Arlthmetlc John Wlght and Bully Shearman are the snlent members of the class whsle Nelson Smart and Russell OConor gave us a lot of laughs Davld Chandler IS the artust of the class wath Ernest Calbo furnlshnng hum wlth tnmely buts of lnformatlon usually durmg French Class Our teachers are Mr O Donald SJ for reading and rntlng Mr Coupe for ruthmetlc Father Kirby SJ for Rellglon and Mr Wherle SJ for the dolly ten minutes In Catechism The boarders have Father McCawley on the corrndor lt as sand that he IS an lrlshman straught from Ireland but that has not been proven euther way Georgetown Preparatory School 50 , Q Q . , X Y I ' 1 A ' v l 2 V 5 .Q - f' Fw 'T' .J M . .. 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D . . . 1 1 ' '1 1 ' I ' 'I I . - Snttlng Hannlbal Bowls Saul Fr Klrby SJ Hayes Callahan Saccardn Second Row Wrlkes Frtzgerald ODonoghue Lucet Martrnellu Phallups Murr Ahearn Thurd Row Ordway Orthwern Rldgeway Cummrngs Lanahan NAcKeon FIRST FCDRM When classes convened ln early September we met for the flrst time shook hands and began warm frnendshlps Our flrst offlclal act was the electron of class offlcers whrch resulted rn the s Iectron of Dan Callahan as Presndent He was ably asslsted by Vlce Presldent Treasurer Mark Hannrbal wnth Godwln Ordway as Class Secretary Under the guudance of Father Krrby SJ we received our dally lnstruc tlon nn Christian Doctrlne English Grammar and Llterature Readlng and Penmanshnp Brother Oswald taught us French and Mr Bush SJ History and Geography Durlng these passed months many outstandlng members of the class have recenved honor cards namely John Lucet who went back to France at the end of the flrst term Dan Callahan Vlncent Ahern and Brockett Munr Every week the Sodaluty was attended by the malornty of the class two of whom are executives Godwin Ordway and Robert McKeon Our class was well represented In Athletlcs Durrng the football season Pat Martunellr and Chuck Cummrngs played good ball wlth the Futures whale Frank Lanahan Godwm Ordway and Robert McKeon played on the Cubs The Midget team was comprlsed of eleven boys from our class Jerry Frtz gerald Dan Callahan Donald Saccardl Brockett Munr Vrncent Ahern Fran cus O Donoghue played Midget basketball Taking our fnrst bow ll'1 the Cupola we wlsh to end with a preductron If the splrnt of the Flrst Form continues you can expect to hear great things rn the next frve Cupolas The Cupola of Nzneteen Forty Fzve 5l l o I l 1 1 1 - 1 - -1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1' ' 1 . . . . 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I n n PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Wnth snncere gratutude we the Class of l945 lust the names of those patrons and patronesses who have generously helped to make thus yearbook, the CUPOLA a success Mr and Mrs Vnncent P Ahearn Mr and Mrs Frederlck E Altemus Dr and Sra Ramtro Areces and Mrs James S Becker Ambassador of Cuba and Sra H and Mrs Bernard A Benznger The and and and an Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs E A Bergman Brooke V Beyer Benjamln H Bennett Arthur H BOWIS and Mrs Captann and Mrs Stephen J Brune Mr and Mrs J Paul Brunett Mr and Mrs Danlel J Callahan J Mr and Mrs Austun F Canf1eld Mr and Mrs P J Cantona Colonel and Mrs S B Casey Colonel and Mrs Porter Chandler Colonel and Mrs R M Cheseldune Mr Reed Pauge Clark Mr and Mrs John A Coakley Sr and Sra Aunluo Collazo Mrs Wulluam H Crane Dr and Mrs Jerome F Crowley Chuck Cummings Lueutenant and Mrs Phnlup M Davus John B Brady Mrs Mercedes Tagle Commander and Mrs Charles Duffy Mr and Mrs C Leo De Orsey Colonel and Mrs S P Dunkle and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Herman Fakler Co onel and Mrs George A Rehm and Mrs Wllllam Joseph F and and an and and and and Mrs Mr Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Francus and Mrs George F Foley E Furey Gargan Robert C Graham Robert B Garrabrant H L Garrett John W Garvey Dan Gruppo Robert L Hall John E Hannibal J Hanson Guy G Harper Jr Admiral and Mrs John Harper and Mrs C Gay Harrell and Mrs George A Hatzes and Mrs Horace R Hicks Huber E J Hynes Russell Jondreau ThomasJ Keefe S H Keener Hugh Kelleher Colonel and Mrs F E Ktdwell Mr and Mrs J Harold Knlcoyne Mayor and Mrs J Craug Kung Mr and Mrs Phnlnp Klemkowskn Mr and Mrs Robert E Kllne J General and Mrs F H Lanahan and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs E elt Dr and Mrs Thomas L Lavoue Mrs Catherine E Lloyd Mr Francns R Lyons Mrs Patrnck S Madugan Mrs John R Monahan Adrnnral and Mrs J J Mannnng Mr and Mrs James E Markham Sra Elnas Martnnez Mrs Robert McKean and Mrs and Mrs and M s Mrs Ella H and Mrs Mr and Mrs Louus W McKernan Roderlck P Muller Fergus Mutchell Montgomery J W Mooney Lester F Murphy Commander and Mrs Brockett Mulr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Albert J Navnckas Leo Bruson Norrms Joseph E O Connell Wtlluam F O Donnell Justln V O Conor Charles B O Connor H A OConnor H A OConnor Patruck J O Donoghue J O Colonel and Mrs Godwun Ordway Jr T e May and Mrs Le Doux Provosty Honorable and Mrs Thomas D Qulnn and Mrs Walter Rouber Wnlllam A Roberts Lee Robunson Eugene E Ruppert Vnncent Saccardl or and Mrs A M Saul Joseph Schmltz J and Mrs Wnllnam P Shearman and Mrs James O Shumate and Mrs Ralph M Sunger and Mrs John H Sulluvan and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mrs Clayton C Townes Admural and Mrs Harold C Traun Mayor and Mrs Garnet T Tralnor and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Colonel and s J J Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Georgetown Preparat 52 John H Verkauteren Jr Charles E Walsh J E F Wes y Davtd E Whlte Danlel E Wlght Gnlbert Wslkes James W Wnlls A Hamulton Wulson Mrs R W C Wumsatt unch M A Woolley Ira A Wyant John S Wynne ory School I I Mr. . . 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' , r. . . . if Tl-lE LIBRARY Since the last edutnon of The Cupola we have seen many changes an the lnbrary Under the competent gundance of Mr C-oertz we saw the Iubrary rebuilt unto one of the most efflclent branches of the school New furniture was bought Including a new magazine rack dlctlonary stand book display stand and a fnle cabinet A new bulletm board dns played the jackets of the new books Wuth the number of new books that came nn this board was changed every few days The work of reorganlzatnon began during the summer Working wlth Father Clbbons SJ Mr C-oertz discarded all the worn and mutllated books These were replaced wuth the latest and brightest edltuons avallable Not only that but all the other books needed for a modern up to date lnbrary were added ln all the library acqulred about fnfteen hundred new volumes on relnguon socnal studues science useful arts fuctvon travel biography and hnstory The Encyclopedua shelves were brought up to date wlth the latest edltlons and new encyclopeduas were added such as Comptons World Book Amerncana Columbia not to mention many others nn smaller sets Subscrlptlons to thirty fave new magazlnes were taken A very exact and exactmg card system was nnstalled and a vertical fule was begun All m all the labrary was completely streamlined The effect of these changes ns qunte notuceable The above scene ns typical of every lnbrary perlod And from records kept the wlthdrawals amounted to over two hundred books a month The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Frve 53 B T T- m-.,?...,,A.. --A l , , W-. .M ,., - 1 y s,'Si'h-Slow ma. i . l I 8 S , t I . . , I I I ' ' , . , . . , . . I - - ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' , . , . ' I - I nun 'mm l 'H THE STORE At recess M G egg does a rush ng bus ess W ,vim W POST OFFICE I ecess he med ate goal of every boo d -qs What s yours Georgetown Preparatory School 54 F s. x rum M lf' A 5- T , A A r ,-I im i Els, If r 2 . I 2 A ' X er . . . ' ' X If 1 N! fp' E 1 . ' xl l 9 Q,.,,,-of V "I got one . . ." "4'! I NZM' 1 ' u I 'J X r. r ' I A i in . ' xx E, ri, Q X QE -V 'J K 4 xi I X .... ' 2 L N ,M ,... A .As ll I ,ll ,ff Gs Q A ROOM Fom all parts of the Hah thats good WALL OF FAME Where Prep remembers nts great teams -" .iii N 1 "ls that your Dad?" The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Five 55 ' ..,, 1 'f W Y I M., ,e.. ,NN ,sf , fc , O 5 , s 1 ,. . 5 g ' I r 5 '- country we come . . . v 'W N -.. xx 2 'xx ' ag., , ' ll I ll , . . . , Q M J- ' 11 X l. ' 'l. ,i All ENTRANCE T0 PREP WWWMW? Km if 1 iffy GEORGETOWN 1789 OLD SOUTH BUILDING TNVI NTIAE NDOW Semor SodaMy Merely to record outstandnng events of the past year us no nndncatlon ofthe success or fanlure of the Sennor Sodalnty Whether It has accompllshed nts purpose or falled IS somethnng that shall be wrltten only an future years When the Sodalvty paper MARY S PAGE was flrst vssued we set forth our Prep Sodallst He was to be a true man In the mndst of men to judge all faults wuth Her klndly eyes to pardon all faulures wuth Her forguveness to All our actnvntues have been undertaken wuth that :deal before us ln all the talks gnven by the various members we have had but one purpose to fat ourselves to take the place we must occupy un the future world uf we are to make It Christian Chaplalns and Catholic laymen have come before us and told us what we needed rf we re to judge pardon and reyolce as She would The annals of the present war lust the names of former Sodallsts of Georgetown Prep who have upheld :ts tradltlons gloriously lnvlng fnghtung and dyung as Chrustlan gentlemen Whether we shall follow un that tradl tnon whether we shall see In every man Her Son the years to come shall tell Georgetown Preparatory School w l . , . . I I . ,, . . I . ' I . . I . . . 2 rejoice in others successes with Her gladnessg to see in every man Her Son." I I I . , . . . I I I . . . , I . . I . . I I I ' Www Junior Sodaluty Thus has been a busy as well as profitable year for the members of study of topacs vntally unterestnng to Catholncs but also the usual blweekly meetnngs nn the chapel and the all Important K B S not forgettsng the Christmas toy collection for the chlldren at the Chrlst Chlld Farm at Rockville One of the Iuveluest topucs consldered nn the study forum was the Negro questnon The prefect was hard put to control the unterest and response to thus topuc In tact the dnscussuon contlnued through followung meetmgs untll a proper understanding was reached ln the lnght of Cathollc prnncuples Kmghts of the Blessed Sacrament or K B S as they are usually called uncluded most of the members of the Junnor Sodallty Although there was no compulsnon most of the members golned as Knights promusnng at least fnve vlsuts a week to the Blessed Sacrament besldes receiving Holy Communion once a week Of the Chapel meetnngs the most Interesting perhaps were the Mass lectures and demonstratlons by Father Kmrby He explanned each of the vestments of the Mass telllng nts orlgm and purpose Then he continued with an explanataon ofthe Mass going through all the movements at the same tame The result was a better understandnng of the Holy Sacrutnce Wlth the shortage of toys the response of the members of Junuor So dallty to the Chrnst Child toy drive was enthuslastlc Farther Arthur re celved a letter of thanks from the director of the farm These were the hlghlrghts of the years actlvntles carrled out by the Junior Sodaluty under the dnrectlon of Father Krrby as Moderator Stephen Flmn Prefect and Joseph Corgan Ass t Prefect The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Five 59 3 ' il R ' , the Junior Sodality. The activity of the members included not only the Kneelung Lanahan Carter Wnmsett Saul Ahearn Muur Saccardl Bowls Shearman Second Row ODonoghue Hannabal McKean Woolley Sandoz Eckert Westley Perme Harper Robunson Thnrd Row Norrns Phlllnps Cummmgs Foley Whnte Wught Davls Flunn Brune Rehm Hall Lloyd Wnlls Martunez Last Row Nucolaudes Murphy Knlcoyne Hynes Qumn Cashman Slaughter Wlls Mr Bush SJ Dramatlcs As much opportunlty as possuble for as many actors as posslble has been the keynote thus year for the Prep dramatlcs An extensive program rather than an Intensive one therefore was deliberately planned The enthusiasm of the many partuclpants proved that the plan was a success and that lt was perfectly adapted to our partucular needs un the fleld of the Thesplan art to witness the efforts of prepsters before the footlvghts The task of pro ductuon was undertaken by the lndavudual classes under the general super vlsuon of the dlrector of dramatucs Each class would discuss plans dunng the homeroom often selectlng lnterature from thelr English curricula A group of very enthuslastlc hands nncludrng Thomas Lloyd Fred Huber Steve Fllnn and Tam Cashman worked on the set and produced a flexuble qulckly movable arrangement of curtalns and lnghts The very flrst efforts of the drama department were spent upon an elaborate Chrlstmas party In connectuon with the football banquet on De cember l9 Gerard Mooney acted as master of ceremonues assisted very ably by a set of snngnng clownlng walters ln the persons of Gerald O Connor James Walls and David Graham Ben Wllls Phnl Davns and Ernest Calbo gave dramatic recltatuons A musical Santa Claus act gave the grand flnale to the program After Christmas form 3A lnltlated the school assembly program with several short dramatic sknts Later ln the season they presented a one act thrlller called A Wush for Death Phul Davls Howard Carter Gene Perme Edwin Wesley and Barry Hynes had leading roles Form 2 of the lower duvlsuon enacted a one ace play Flame In the Shadows, whsch dealt wnth the llves of several Jesuut Samts and starred Ward Foley Sanche de Gramont Rnchard Wooley Damel Wrght Robert Georgetown Preparatory School 60 ' , , , i , - , - - ll ' w ' ll . . . . I I I ' Each week saw the student body gathered in the small but cozy theatre . 1 I I - I n I . . . . . . , I n A I . . 1 I ' I o ll u l ll u n - l ' I I I I . . . H H . ' I ,, . . . . . I I . I ' . I A Monkey s pow -curlous thang Phll Dovus Barry Hynes and Ed Westley In one of the year s outstondmg successes Carter and others Form l offered a mock trlal wrrtten for the occaslon by Vlncent Ahearn and acted out prlncupally by Mark Hanmbal and Rnchard Wlnsatt the former as D A and the latter os defense attorney Frank Saul Brockett Mulr and Pat Martlnelll gave short selections to complete the bull ln the upper davlsuon namely forms 4 5 and 6 sophlstlcated drama mystery even the well known corn furnlshed the medla Gufford Nnco landes and Davld Graham selected a scene from the lufe of Lmcoln The Walls Hall combnnatuon was seen nn comic black face and Carroll Carter presided over a qulz program Later In the season the sensors enacted thenr Shakespearean play Macbeth by means of a clever alternatuon of narratuon off stage and flashes of octlng on stage Form 5 dad their but In a comlc takeoff on a brldge party showlng what at would look luke lfmen talked a game of cards as women do The prlnclpals were Gerard Mooney Laurence Slaughter Richard Harper and Russell Jondreau Most memorable among the sophomores presentations was Anthony Dams Brother Agony modeled on a certaun radno program The duverslty of Brother Agony s clientele gave chance for numerous character actors Preston Murphy took the lead an a short play, Angelina whale the serious leaven was furnnshed by Ben Wulls donng the Tell Tale Heart The drama department besides sponsornng these plays has also under :ts wmg the annual oratorlcal contest open to all members of the student body The dlvnslon between upper and lower forms IS agam employed and a prlze ns offered for wunners In both sectlons For the upper forms the tradtnonal O Renlly Cold Medal as awarded the school medal IS gnven to the wnnner In the lower bracket Wuth the promise of yet better and greater facnlntles, dramatic actuvuty wall contunue In years to come along these Innes so successfully carried out thus year The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Fave 61 ll I 1 - ll I v , . . . . , . 1 . , 0 - Il II , . . , . 1 I r I I I I 11 Il - - - - I ' ' ' - 11 ll - I l - - - II 11 1 I 1 . - I ll ll - - - - , . 1 - II ll ' X I ll X' ll ' ' I - - - 11 11 I I 1 . , . . Q . . 1 - - .,s4-Ita mnfghnh gun V040 4 SIttIng Coakley Hanson Lyons Graham Mr Wherle SJ B Wulls Perrne MItchell C Carter Second Row E DAmonxIlle Lloyd Gargan Perme Hannlbal Moore McKeon ONeIIl Keefe Fufth Row Casey OConor The Sant John Bachnmn Socmiy On September l9 the Mass of the Holy Clhost began a bIg yeor for the Altar SOCIETY of Georgetown Preparatory School Under the able dIrec tIon of Mr WIllIam Wehrle SJ the SOCIETY Increased IH effIcIency as well as In numbers There were many new entrants especIally among the lower forms and these were entIrely welcome as there was much to be done The senIor boarders serve the da ly Students Masses whIle those of the other forms assnst at the sIde altars and arly Masses On FIrst Fndays and other days that the day students are present they partake equally at the Holy SacrIfIce There were num rous feasts of Importance thIs year whIch were occaslons for Solemn BenedIctIon These Included those of SaInt StanIslaus and of the Immaculate COHCGDTIOH The Forty Hours DevotIon In March was accompanIed by Solemn HIgh Mass and BenedIctIon and the chantIng of the LItanIes The Novena of Grace to SaInt FFOHCIS XavIer was followed each day by BenedIctIon Many new aspIrants to the SOCIETY have been taught the rubrIcs and LatIn of the Moss The older members have generously contrIbuted theIr assIstance to thIs work Under Mr Wehrles guIdance thls fIne organIzatIon has Improved greatly and has done honor to the great patron Saunt after whom It was named Georgetown Preparatory School Q It gg Q .sv Lewis, Clark, Wills. Third Row: Cassldy, Nlcholaides, Murphy. Fourfh Row:I Vaccarol I ' 1 . . 9 . . , Furst Row Cassldy Coakley Slaughter Walls Mr ODonnell SJ Second Row Cum mungs McKean Hall Hannubal Soul Thlrd Row Monahan Graham Casey The Llttle l-loya Just as Garrett Park IS luttle Georgetown the school publucatuon In the form of a monthly news sheet IS known as THE LITTLE HOYA lts scope and purpose ns news about Prepsters for Prepsters whether they be here at school or un the Marshalls or the Gllberts an lndla or on the plalns of Ger many The HOYA reaches not only every student and has family but reaches every battle statlan and mall call where a Prepster as mannnng the guns When Peter Walmsley qraduated last year has associate edltor Dave Graham took over the LITTLE HOYA The edltornal page gave the policy of the paper IH mlnlature wlth Dave Grahams serles of observations on You and Georgetown Prep plus the edltorlal on Catholnc Practice whuch Larry Slaughter contlnued when Fergus Mntchell went to the Jesult Nov: tnate and comments on what happens Around The Cupola by Gerald Mooney Joe Coakley kept the Alumnn notes whnch certalnly have been a fea ture of the LITTLE HOYA Sam Casey was nn charge of the sport pages supported by Coakley s usual feature Sport Shots Durung the year Sklp Cheseldnne lntroduced has new column Thank lt Over and Barmuller Reed strll remalned Anonymous Letters to th Edltor was another popular feature added thas vear Ben Wllluams and Gifford Nlcolald s kept the art department Carroll Carter handled Prep Personalities whale James Becker Ralph Snnger Bull O Neull leDoux Provasty and Frank Lyons were wrltnng In the columns wlth the heads of the various departments Jack Cassady remanned cnrculatlon manager wnth Dean Lewns Frank Saul Robert McKean Mark I-lannlbal Chuck Cummznqs and Jack Wlnch on has staff Robert Lee Hall and Mlchael Monlhan were the busuness manaqers The Cupola of Ihneteen Forty Fave 63 . I . . , I - 1 1 1 1 - 1 r 1 - " -1 1 1 1 A : 1 1 - 1 1 , . 1 1 I - ' 1 ., 1 1 , . . . , . , . . I 11 11 - - 11 A - 11 - 1 1 - 11 11 1 I - . -. , 1 11 11 A - 1 ' . . . ,, . ,, . 1 1 - - 11 - 11 .. Q . N. 1 . ' . . . . . D " 1 11 - - 11 - - 1 1 I . , . . . . 1 1 J 1 1 1 J . n l Seated Wulls Dams Graham Mooney Nucolandes Lavoue Keenan Standung Norms Dlstler Coakley Mr Lawler SJ Verkouteren Conrad Hall Debating Soclety Debatnng has taken on a new lease of lnfe at Prep Because of the mountlng nnterest of the Debating Socuetys members and theur ardent deslre to nncrease theur speaking abllnty they have engaged nn more outsnde debates thus year than the total number of debates for the precednng ten and Duck Harper and duscoverlng excellent talent ln nts new members nncludlng Barney Danls Ben Walls and Larry Slaughter It was possible to form two outstanding teams wlth capable alternates ln John Keenan Charles Norrns Marcel Conrad and Jnm Becker The hlghluqht of thus year s season was our double vsctory over C-anzaga and spllttang decnslons wnth Loyola of Baltlmore A specsal specamen debate was held before l5O warrant officers and ensugns wounded veterans at the Naval Meducal Hosprtal Bethesda At the request of the commanding offucer our two teams debeated before these men who are taking an lndoctrlnatlon course to prepare them for admmustratuve posutuons In order to show how posse and oral delsvery may be achneved by debatung our group performed for them and received hugh pralse for thelr efforts and ablluty Georgetown Preparatory School 64 1. , , years. Basing our hopes on three veterans, Gerry Mooney, Dave Graham . I . . . . ,I . I? Ii l U I . , , , Afhrmatlve Slde un the Prlze Debate Ben Wulls and Lawrence Slaughter lAbsent from the Pucture John Keenanl Debatung Thus years debatung teams have debated 20 outsude debates not un cludung the George Washungton Unuversuty Tournament At present our most capable speaker us Gerry Mooney who has been selected to represent Prep un the Fordham Oratorucal contest However he us receuvung close competutuon from two outstandung sophomores Barney Danus and Ben Wulls both of whom are competung un the Baltumore News Post contest Such an extraordunary uncrease un debatung depends prumaruly on the unterest of the members Thus year s group us not extraordunary but they do have a consumung desure to become speakers and have guven generously of theur tume and talent to achueve a new hugh un the annals of Prep Negahve Sude of the Pruze Debate and Wunners Anthony Danus Gerard Mooney Ruchard Harper The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Fave 65 - 5 4 S , '15 u Q, .. unsung- . . . - . . . . . , . . - 1 . . . I - ' 1 I ' 1 u' I . . , . . ' 1 Q V . , 4 , - . u S l l . - . . . e , 0 r 1 ' I I ,LL 7K Y Dan Sullivan Harry Train ALL PREP STARS FROM GEORGETOWN COL. McCLlNTOCK, Tennis Coach .ggf ' . rx If MR. GUS WELCH Head Coach of Major Sports JIM O'DONNELL High Scorer in Basketball E8 3 as m SU 3 '35 S t4 I3 l 3 Q 1 Y A-P Kneellnq ONeull Har ell Graham Kxng Walls CCaptl Harper Winch J Sulllvan Hanson Second Row Coakley lMgrl Hynes D Sulluvan ODonnell Tram Eckert Jond reou OConnor Garrett Fannon Casey CMgrl Thurd Row Kldwell Vaccaro Tucker Har rell Beyer Keelan Shumate Crowley Murphy OConneIl VARSITY The Georgetown Prep Varsity of 44 ended nts season at Iona with a total of 73 points to their opponents l2O a difference of almost two to one Revuewlng the record we fund that Prep was well coached b gan the season wrth a football camp practlced danly throughout the season yet somehow one look at the record shows something mnsslng Begnnnung the season with Charlotte Hall Prep easlly won nts first game Jum O Donnell made the frrst touchdown of the game with a llne plunge In the thurd penod Dave Hanson faded back to pass funding no openung he made a wnde sweep around left end to tally for the second touchdown of the game The Prep was not so fortunate with Loyola On a cold rauny day sllent spectators stood In a downpour to watch the Blue and Gray go down rn defeat Loyola except dunng the flrst quarter had the entire game ln hand until the final gun The game was a crednt to a superb lane and to the best back Prep encountered all season Loyolas Gen How we ever lost to Landon IS one of the my stenes of that great game called football Nothing spectacular occurred except the pass whuch Tummy Beyer leaped In the anr and barely snatched wath has flngertups Preps second victory was that over St Alban s After losrng to them for flve years In a row Georgetown came through to wrn thus year The hughllght of the game came when Danny Sullivan stole the ball from Bob Smlth of St Alban s and ran half the length of the fueld to score Prep lost the next game on the schedule when Gonzaga had everythung then own way with a score of 28 7 Powerful end runs headed by ac curate down fleld blocks brought the Purple and White a vlctory over the Prep St Johns was next on the lust They beat us too And the annual Thanksgnvung game at lona can be summed up In two phases outplayed and outclassed Georgetown l3 Charlotte Hall oO Georgetown 7 Gonzaga Georgetown 6 Landon 7 Georgetown 7s Loyola G 28 Georgetown 28 St. Alban's L l4 Georgetown 9 Iona L 33 Georgetown 7 St. John's el2 Georgetown Preparatory School w Kneelrng OConnor Perme Harper Hall Walsh lCaptD Bennett Krlcoyne McGarnty Qurnn Second Row Clark lMgrJ Ellrs Provosty O Nerll Snger Cashman Lyons Wght Flrnn Muller Dlllon Keefe Mannrng Top Row Dunkl Hyne Woolley Gartland G Ilan Krley Lewus Keenan Rauber Mougey Gargan JUDIOV Varsity Football The I944 Junior Varsrty seasoned up a number of top notch players for the Varsrty next year The J V s were coached by Mr Danrel Lawler SJ Cappy Walsh was the captarn and Danny Bennett was co captam Both of these played great football all season Barry Hynes was outstandrng at end Jerry Manning was a double threat wrth hrs speed John Qurnn and Tum Cash man the tackles Tom Keefe and Joe Gargan played the wrng back and Jack Lavole was the fullback Frederick Landon St Alban Priory Landon Georgetown oeorgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown O St John The Cupola of 69 Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Nrneteen Sherwood St Alban Gonzaga Priory Frederrck Forty Fzve O ' sssss 28 I2 25 " I9 s O O . 's G 6 14 . 's O O as 28 I2 ' ,213 O ' 7 20 .s ,GO 6 ' 27 . ' G as G7 Kn el ng Ruppert White Carter CCapti Collazo Martinelli Cummings Second Row Hadlick fMgrJ Be gman Clavin Davis Hughes DeOrsey Th rd Row Woolley Canfield Quinn Georgetown Futures True to their names the Futures of forty four showed great promise for forty five During the season they chalked up tive victories on the winning side of the ledger losing only two games The first game against Friends went to the opponents 7 6 A costly fumble on the first play of the game gave Friends the ball on the Futures with O line plunge most ofthe games the Futures forward wall consisted of Bob Bill Hughes Rosy Collazo Johnny Ruppert Marcel Conrad Dave and Pat Martinelli ln the backtield Howard Carter acted as field general Carl Bergmann handling the end runs ocupied the wang position Dick Woolley played the other wing position while Phil Davis performed from the tailback post Spicer White Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown l l 7 7 Friends Georgetown 2l Landon Landon Georgetown 2l Nativity Nativity Georgetown l4 Friends Blessed S cr m nt O Georgetown Preparatory School 70 e i 2 , ' , . , , ' ', ' . 1 ' . , V , ' , ' , , . i 1 , ' , ten yard line. Taking advantage of this opportunity, the opponents scored ln ' I I I l I I I I I I 1 I V . ' 6 . G 7 2 O ' ' G O 4 ' ' C G 7 ' so 0 I I I Kneelnng urnanes Vallerlno OGonor Sandoz Bow e Ordway Brady Perme Second Row McKean Navuckas Lanahon Reagh Hrcks deGramont Altemus Duffy Thnrd Row R OGonor tMgrl Furey Kllne Shearrnan Harper Fannon Eaton llvlgrl Cub s Football The Gubs have the honorable dnstnnctnon of being the only undefeated team rn the school Durnng the season these Little Hoyas pnled up a total at 93 ponnts to their opponents 30 Under the coaching ot Father John McCarran SJ who has sunce gone to South America the Cubs romped to victory three out ot tour tnmes The ball was skulltully handled by Eddle Reagh who held down the tarlback posltuon Andrew Bowne was the quarterback Frank Hicks the left halfbock and Tom Sandoz was on the rsght side The lnne was com posed of Ordway Altemus Lanahan Qunnones Perme Valleruno OConor and Navuckas Georgetown28 St Albans 6 Georgetown 7 Landon Georgetown 7 Fruends O Georgetown 28 Landon The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Fave 71 1 1 ' I I I I ll I I ' A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 -- ' 1 I "I I , . I ' 1 1 ' ' - - I I I I I I I ' 7 n n Kneelung Lucet Fltzgerald Bows Callahan fCaptl Wllkes Phill ps Enrught Saccard Standung Falge iMgrl Muur ODonoghue Saul Ahearn Chandler Nlualget Football Forty four was a valuable year for the Mudgets from the standpoint of experuence Under the expert coachung of Mr Wehrle SJ the Luttle Hoyas learned quickly This was shown after their first game wnth Landon whuch they lost to a superior team 20 to O Each play was handled wuth quick mtellugent decuslons but mexpernence seemed to be the prevanlnng feature and they lost But they learned quuckly The biggest thrull of thenr second game came when Captam Dan Cal when the score was deadlocked Tom Sandoz an the very fnrst play stuck the pngskvn under has arm and completed a beautiful run for theonly score ofthe game As a result the Lower Farmers emerged wtth a declsuve victory over St Albans ln their game with Fruends they presented a formidable lane with Saul Ahearn Bowls Lucet Phullups and ODonoghue wuth Saccardn Futzgerald Callahan and Enrnght In the backtleld In thus game Enright showed sugns ot leadership proving has abnluty as a runner and passer ln spute of thus the Mldgets lost to Fruends 7 to O The last game of the season was with Landon agann Thus turned out like the first game Ce-0reg0twnO Landon Georgetown O FrIel'1dS Ceorgetowno St Alban s CeorgetownO Landon Georgetown Preparatory School 72 ' 3 I ' , i, -, ' , ' i , ' , it . . , . ., l-'- ' h I lahan recovered a costly fumble in the opening minutes of the game, . . . I I - I I . . . I . . I . I I I . I I A I ' 'I I ' I ,- . I l . 20 ' E 7 . ' O 26 Slttung Wnlls OGonnor Sulllvan ODonnell Fakler Gartland Casey Standung Foley Hanson Fakler Hatzes Markham Roberts Muller Harrell Goakley tMgrl Varsity Basketball Thus year the Prep qunntet after a few pre season games, started off wrth frve vactornes and one loss Bowrng then to the traditional ruvals St John s and Gonzaga they went on ta wan four more consecutive games Jnm ODonnell led the squad wlth extraordnnary hugh scorlng feats whale Rod Muller a newcomer to the team followed close behnnd Wuth thus experience they agaln met the challenge of the St John s flve but after thirty mnnutes of hard fought play failed to puck up the needed polnts In the last quarter and funlshed on the short end of a close score Once more meetung the Gonzaga team thus time on their floor Prep was de feated by a small margln To compensate for these losses the Blue and Grey went on to play enght vlctorlous games and saw no more defeats durung the season Under the expert coachnng of Gus Welsh and Mr Rehkopf SJ two new players Rad Muller and Bob O Connor earned theur places on the furst fave These two panned Jum ODonnell Jum Fakler and Dan Sullivan to make up a team wuth a record of flve losses and seventeen wlns ln has fourth and greatest year of varslty basketball at the Prep Jum O Donnell earned has rnghtful place among the Greats ln the Blue and Grey hlstory as well as the undisputed reputatnon of benng the mast outstandnng center lf not the most outstandung player nn recent years an Washungton compe tltron Jlm was ably assisted by Danny Sulluvan on the backboard work Danny was a sparkplug on the team Rod Muller held down the other for ward posutnon with hrs deadly left handed shots from around the bucket Jam Fakler and Bob OGonnor the two guards worked the ball to Jam O Donnell or to the two forwards for most of the scares but when thus was lmpossuble the team had to rely an thenr set shots for a wannung team Connne Harrell at tnmes alternated with Bob O Connor and Rod Muller when the team spurnt was low Gonnle had a speclal knack for qunetlng down the rest of the team The other four members of the second team Jack Gartland George Foley Johnny Roberts and Lewis Hatzes played good ball all season Dave Kiley nngured has knee an football and as result dud not get much chance wuth the hoopsters however the lrttle he dad play showed that he was fnrst strung maternal The Cupola of Nzneteen Forty Fave 3 , , , .I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -- . 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I I I 1 1 I l All these players combrned to make up one of the best squads the Prep has ever seen Tough luck and a rough schedule accounted tor the greater part ot thetr tive losses At the end of the regular season the qulntet spent two weeks practlclng tor the blggest thing on thexr post season sched ule They took part In the tournament held at Loyola College Baltrmore Meetnng Towson Gathollc Hugh School In the tlrst round of the tournament the Prep tive took an early lead nn the tnrst quarter and at the halt held a lead ot l2 pornts Agaun comung onto the tloor the team played easy and stralght ball all the way and won 50 38 Jlm O Donnell agann showed hrs worth to the Prep by running up a total ot 28 ponnts ln the game and hold :ng hrs game average to l8 polnts for the season Gonng back to Loyola the following nnght they met Gonzaga who had prevlously beaten them twuce The team was ata loss without Dan Sulllyan who was suddenly taken ll Prep was outplayed but not outtoght and Gonzaga elim: tated us trom the tournament by the score of 52 35 the Llttle Hoyas playnng th ur ward est up to the last whistle Georgetown St Anthony 26 Georgetown St Paul Georgetown Frnends School Georgetown 35 Landon Georgetown 37 St John s Georgetown Gonzaga Georgetown Loyola Georgetown Bethesda Georgetown Devntt Georgetown Frnends Georgetown St John s Georgetown Gonzaga Georgetown 39 Devutt Georgetown Landon Georgetown Bethesda Georgetown St Anthony 5 Georg town Loyola Georgetown St Alban s Georgetown Woodward 27 Georgetown 50 Towson Georgetown 35 Gonzaga 52 E Tournament Georgetown Preparatory School 74 I , , r ' 33 , 34 , 25 Georgetown 3l McKinley Tech. 53 52 ' l7 l2 , ' 4l 39 43 46 25 3l 29 29 ' 24 5l ' 26 34 . ' 4l 47 55 ' 32 53 35 39 29 43 . ' 24 e 34 30 48 . ' 37 47 231 38 Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown 35 Georgetown 25 Georgetown 25 Georgetown 25 MIDGET BASKETBALL Front Row Mart nell V e no Wght O d ay Back Row Fon on Sandoz o plc ure H cks Woolley Baslcetlnall JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Alexandrsa Bethesda Bethesda Gonzaga Gonzaga Georgetown I4 Georgetown 24 Georgetown l2 Georgetown 47 Georgetown 35 MIDGET BASKETBALL St Alban s St Thomas Frrends St Alban s Blessed Sac TTI TQ Georgetown 34 Georgetown 2l Georgetown 22 Georgetown 22 Prlory Wilson Wrlson St Alban Landon St Thomas Blessed Sac Calvert Natlvlty Q6 WK L-J ' Nr P mt The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Fave 75 ibm 55" 2 3 E5 an Slttung Wmch Ely Hanson Hynes Garrabrant Conrad Tram fCaptl Slaughter Bergman Hall Traunor Gruppo Mr Coupe lCoachl Second Row Graham Walsh OConnor Leonard Dunkle Cassudy Jondreau Dlstler Tagle Carter Clark Cheseldme Dams Top Row Mannung Brunett ONell Kllcoyne Vaccaro Mooney Madugan Keefe McKernan Harper Brady Ellis SOCCZI' The l944 45 soccer squad was the largest rn many years ln the begnnnmg we had flve organized teams which comprlsed our league How ever as the season progressed these were dropped and a full complument of two teams plus substututes took the fueld every afternoon At mldyear graduation we lost two of our best men Harry Traun our fnrst strmg center and Joe O Neill the trlckuest halfback nn many a season Among last years letter men who returned to the fueld were John Wmch Cappy Walsh Jack Cassldy Duck Harper, Bob Ely Malcolm Han son Walter Dusler Al Brunett Ted Grlppo Davud Graham and Bob Hall New to the team thus year and upon whom rests the future of the Georgetown booters, are John Brady Russell Jondreau Jerry Manning Joe OConnell Gene Hynes, and Jlm Vaccaro Our frrst game of the season was played on the wmd swept and proc tlcally ace covered fneld of Frnends A scoreless fnrst half Frlends wmgs managed to sllp a score past our goalue and thus the game ended Landon and St Albans too were successful on the scorung slde Among our top scorers were Jack Wunch Ted Grrppo and Jerry Mannnng Georgetown Preparatory School 76 l . - I l A, - ' . 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' I I ' ' 1 nnbal Wrght John James Delvlartrno Chandler Enrgnt Alternus Thlrd Row Lanahan Moeller Saul Last Row De Gramont Falge Harpcr Carter Russell OConor fvlldget Soccer The Mughty Mutes of the Prep' lmaglne a group of water bugs skatnng busnly back and forth on the surface of a qunet pond and you form a plc ture of the Prep Midgets at practice They ll scrimmage anyone at any tnme just to play a game Hampered by lack of transportation and lack of opponents they played but three games thus year yet gave a very good account of themselves nn each game In thenr furst game agamst Landon they lost l O They played two games wuth Frnends tynng the flrst game l l and losnng the second 2 l The front lane was small but sturdy and speedy of foot uncludlng Ernle Calbo Moeller Jlmmy Enrught Guy Har per and Dan Callahan with De Martino and De Cramont as very capable substututes A new comer who surprlsed us wnth has ablllty and speed and who frequently broke unto the lineup was Tony Vlega The backbone of the team at halfback was Eddie Reagh flanked by OConor and Smart whale the fullbacks who worded off enemy Innes consustently were Harry Easton and Ruppert Brady At goal durnng most of the year was Fred Alte mus who by his outstanding saves and quuck headwork saved many a goal and thwarted many an opposltlon attack Reagh s booming kicks down the fleld and O Conor s fancy footwork frequently confused our opponents and put the ball up where our scrappy lme could threaten contnnually Tony Vlega us to be praised together wlth Falge for taklng over after Fred Altemus was lngured The Midgets were coached by Mr Lawler SJ The Cupola of Nlneteen Forty Frve 77 V I ll N figs it , ,K g. c T nu' xl' First Row: Callahan, Viega, Edward O'Conor, Smart, Colbo, Brady. Second Row: Han- . . , . , , Q I I I I I I ' ' I . J I , - - 1 , , 1 - . . , . ' I I ' . I . . I - 1 1 ' - U 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' , . ' I . I . I I I 1' I 1 ' I . . , . . ' I I I I . . , . . I - THE PREP SCHEDULE FOR l945 'M' f tx I pam gvguflgy, Wm 0 QU g mm W0 as P 4' mtsrr 54 6 6' , Wmfaff 'R if jf P' R4 nm emu Q 'll mr K' Pang? ml' PR P ,tl If IU-.J j 455- Grlppo Beyer Conn e Harrell Eckert K ley Second Row Shumate O Connor Carter Muller Casey Hatzes Donney Bennett Thlrd Row Benzuger Hcks Bob Bennett Garrett Lewus Carroll Carter CMgrl Not ln plcture Jack Harrell Varslty Baseball As we go to press baseball takes the spotllght on Preps campus Looklng over the roster of prospects Coach Welsh funds a promlsnng nu cleus of veterans around whlch he hopes to bulld a team as successful as the basketball qurntet Looklng over the veterans we find Jam Walls on the mound wlth Eddle Eckert behlnd the bat On tlrst Jam ODonnell wlth Tum Beyer Jack Harrell and Sam Casey alternating on second Connie Harrell IS stall here to play at short whale .lam Shumate and Larry Carrett play the outfield Among the promlslng prospects we fund Rod Muller Bob OConnor Joe O Connell Dave Klley These are all new men Comlng up from the lower teams we expect bug thlngs from Sam Keener Dean Lewis and Bernle Benzlger April l3 Aprll l6 Apr: l9 Aprll 20 Apr1l24 April 27 May l May 4 St Anthony Bethesda Landon Friends Mt Vernon St Alban's Wilson Bethesda Home Home Home Home Away Home Home Home Moy May May Moy May May May May Landon Eplscopal Wllson l8 Devltt 22 Devltt 25 Rockvllle 28 St Anthony 30 Gonzaga Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Georgetown Preparatory School 78 0 A ' r ,. 'Q , 39 s 1.7 I 'aff-url' My :ll Spiny. QP pl, 04 ' I L A ' PRE M Q EP X B , -t 'gl' Y . 9529 iraq fi' F mv L Dem: ' P ,' Q A' V ' HA- "Sf -Va ' ' A 4 ,"t 1 1 xx X V . , l U? A gl ld, xillik ' f Q. N ,,..' X, . 1 4 , ' I S w Q , A Y ,..:., 7 I 5 J Q I t ve: " 4' "" - I I 4x ,. S! R V - 145' B K 'I - K - ,N wx: R Q ' , , i . , i . 1 , ' , , , . I - ' I I I , . I I I I ' . 7 . N . 'l 2 15 ' Frrst Row Gargan Wlght Perme Rauber DeOrsey Tramor Keefe Woolley Second Row Lyons Lebhertz Ellls Manning Fl nn Moore Davus Gutserrez Thlrd Row Clark tMqrJ Keener Mougey Fannon Dnllon ODonoghue Cashman Junior Varsity Baseball The crack of ball against bat the thud of a ball booming Into the catchers mutt the cry of I got tl resoundrng over the Jayvee fneld has brought out a squad of 40 players brlmmnng wrth confldence and energy and has ushered un another season ofJ V baseball At present Mr Law ler SJ IS dnlrgently practrcung has squad and formrng plans for has team Many of last year s veterans have returned and wrll form the nuculeus of a strong team Long ball hrtter and a cool steady catcher Dean Lewns fOrlole to be777l IS the outstandnng player thus far together wnth Fronkse Hrcks the steady Vlrgunran who IS the bulkwark of the rnfueld wrll be the hub of this year s team Nick O Donoghue Abby Brunett Tom Keefe and others wall form the basis of the prtchlng staff Bob Splcer Joe Corgan and Tnny Leo Moore together wrth Tum Cashman are all ballwalks and the leadnng candldates In the outeld Thus far the team has much better prospects than lost years team and has all mtentnons of berng one of the leadmg J V mnes of the Cnty Games have been booked wlth St Alban s Landon Frrends St Johns Gonzaga and possnbly some of the publuc schools Interest an baseball IS hugh and much time wall be spent on the funda mentals of runnrng hlttmg and base runnlng Many rntrasquad games wall be held to bring the players to their hrghest pitch and prepare them for a vrctornous season The Cupola ol Nineteen Forty Fave 79 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 - 3 1 . 1 .-1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . 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I n Fifi Kneelxng Soccard: Ahearn ODonoghue Hannlbal Muur Sheorman Bowls Wumsatt Saul Belt Srttlng Ruppert Wnlkes Fntzgerald Lanahan Callahan Fannon Enrnght Malloy Collazo Thurd Row McKeon Phrlllps Harper OConor Smart Altemus umones Vlega DeGramont Hughes Duffy Fourth Row Kline Sandoz Woolley Martrnelll Bowne Kenny l.OVVZl' lFOl'fTl l3dS6lDdll As we go to press the flrst game for Second Form ns stnll two weeks oway Looking over the prospects for Forty Flve we fund Duck Kllne and Ld OConor ready forthe pntchers box Paul Duffy looks good behnnd the bat with Johnny Smart on furst Neal Malloy on second Tommy Qandoz on thlrd Bob Woolley can play shortstop wnth Bull Hughes In he outfaeld The schedule to date IS Fnends Aprnl I7 lowayl ond May 2l lhomel Landon Apnl l8 lawayl and May 2 lhomel St Alban s Aprnl 23 lhomel and May l4 lawayl Longfellow May 9 Chomel and May 29 lowayl As for the First Form team we are stall worklng out the llne up Dan Callahan looks good at bat and ln the outfield Frank Lanahan too IS o good hltter Jerry Fltzgerald looks good on flrst And Donald Soc card: shows much promnse Before another week however we expect a first class nlne representnng the Fnrst Form Their schedule wnll Include the some schools as the Second Form Georgetown Preparatory School 80 h -:Kg ., 1. i 1 ,., ,N ' 1 ... .- , 1 1 - 115: , . . . 1 6 kr fist, 5' swf . 1 , , t .L , F , - T! 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I - 1 ' I I ' I I 'SN- Front Row Carter Nncolandes Coakley Walls Hynes Second Row Graham Westley DAmonyllle Foley Provosty -I-EUNIS The arraval of Col McCllntock at Prep to coach tennls has aroused conslderable nnterest and enthusvasm amonq the net fans here For some years now It has b en to the Colonel s credit that he has had one or more of has players among the ten leading players of the country Wnth the enthusnasm of has present followers It vs hoped that some of the men of Prep will be among these ten best thus year As we go to press twenty or more have reported tor tennns Of these we fund very promnslng maternal In .lnm Walls Clftord Nlcholaudes Chrls DAmonv1lle Sam Carrabrant and Ed Westley Prep wnll be represented In the Boys Tournament and In the lnterscho Iastnc Tournament at Frnends School The regular schedule for l945 cludes, on a home and home arrangement Gonzaga Landon St .lohn's it Alban's Eprscopal The Cupola of Nineteen Forty Five 81 0 Y Q . , .W A - ' , ft ,v , Ay 332' we E T I - . . 4 ' 'J ' ' . T P' l X . -v .ri - Q I T . ff W ' . - " W Q af ,' K Wim- 1 ""x'4 X' l I 'gh' ..,,. Q--5 W x X s Q , y ' Q , f A . S , . . . . . . . . I . . . I . , . , . . . , . . . , . . ln' TOGRAP THE RUBERT GRAHAMS Lleutenant Robert Zlba Lieutenant Thomas Davld 45 COMPLIMENTS UF ' '32 ' '33 ' '38 For PIOICCIIOII irom FIRE Specify Allf0m3flC Sprlnklers Automatic manufactures and Installs a complete Ilne of fire protectuon devnces and ccAL1tOHl1f1C bprmlxler COFPOFHKIOII of Amerlct Youngstown Ohio Offices an 31 Cuties ll I ll I systems for all types o-f fire hazards. ' 77 N ' 7 c 0 o if c VIRIDY Xfillilfi l8l COMPLIMENTS THE EVEREDY QUNIPANY 1111 191 luc lx 1111411 mu Sp dy Y C pp E f M M Upl D C I H Small G Sons p Cotac s 060 V1rgaGCo 726W cos Ae Bethesd Md W 7900 7000 sh gto I0 WPLIMI9 NTS UI' Deep I+rec:7e I+ood Avena, Ing FROZEN FOOD MART Q Q Q 71 I7 WISCONSIN AVE BETI-IESDA MD Interior De oroting ho ste-ring ' ' SI' Covers Florist - Nurserymen Draperies Furniture Landsca e n r. t Accessori 'A' - I I is rm in V. 0, . DuPont C Ie Wo in 'A' Phone Dupont i W W W T X J C J , . L Ill l+llY nc SALES RENTALS INSURANCE 7240 WISCONSIN AVE BETH ESDA MD WI 6740 l 0lIPIIllI'NT.5 4 I'RIP ND Bethesda Floral Gardens f A 0 C g W dd g Bouquets 6800 Wsco s Avenue e y Ch se I5 IVI Cha les H Me ymarm P p o 4028 . v ' In , 0 0 Q 9 I I , . . Flowers or ll ccasio orsa es. e in and Funeral Designs 3 1 1 1 4 C of i n in ' ' Ch v o , orylond llnr' llc-lil' r , rr ro riet r Oliver FALGE Engmeermg Service 4908 HAMPDEN LANF BETHESDA MARYLAND TIIUMPSUN S DAIRY DEc:oTur 1400 WILLIAM J GALLERY 8: CUMPANY FHI RCH IUUDQ 'I' 7l8Eleven'rh Street N W WASHINGTON D C Q I . 0 U I C O U ' 5 U Quality Dairy I,l'0fIlll'fS . , 7 I I ., I NMR J E NRIG 'r CHASE W' FUEL OIL OIL BURNERS 7020 Wlsconsln Avenue 1700 COWPLIMENTS of SIMMON S BHRBERSHOP Bethesda Maryland t g t d LEWIS 6 THOS SALTZ 14 Qcsf f N W E t 3822 Q9 41,0 Q" '77, w' X -4 tr X x x x L ' Z X i 0 XX .I Q SQ X- gmt MIL" 1, e lf ' L ' 'L ' vv 1' Maw dl OLiver Fine Clo hin , Ha s, Haber ashery and Shoes O ree , . . IUIIPI HII N7 S WHITTLESEY S DRUG STORE Prescrzptzon Speczalzsts Suck Room and Hospltcl Supplies Bethesda Md TOM SAWYER CLOTHING BUSTER BROWN an OFFICIAL BOY SCOUTS SHOES are natfonally known labels at the Bethesda Palans Royal ir The Bethesda Palais Roval 7201 Wusconsun Ave Telephone Oliver 4400 I 0 UPL! UENTS A I' RII' ND A . J A J k + of .Al FRIEND 'I' d of In 'lab Lg ,F N' Q, QQ .JA 'X Mme esteemed for hugh qualuty smce 1864 Q f' f f' ffgvil fill' today includes V Shaped Shlris Wllcrest Tues Fauliless Palamas Buffer Socks Skrpper Sportswear Gloves Super Shorts Handkerchlefs Wmfmhza CHICAGO NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO Chicago af s 528 Soufh Wells Sf Phone HARrlson 79872 d -. :wg ' f ' n o Vs W f fmgw so a r ff ' ff .... NATIONAL 6330-6331 GEORGE A HATZES MANAGER THE FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I'-L7 7II 7I7 Investment Bldg WASHINGTON D C Bethesda Busmess Oliver 1293 Hare Bros Auto Parts Service Multlgraphlng Dzrect Maxlmg 900 O 7241 Wnsconsnn Avenue -1707 Hampden Lane Bethesda Md Bethesda 14 Md Bradley 0202 I . 6 Machine Shop Mi"'e"g"'P"i"g MARKED "RESERVED For you ond your Georgetown brothers . . a ycry special section of our second floor Shop for Boys and Young Men, Right now we have handsome new season arrivals lined up for your approval, our Piccadilly Lounge Model suits, styled and tailored in the manner that is definitely for George- ton Prep . . Bar l-larlvor sport jackets, and slacns to harmonize or contrast Every ng f school o d al of your ex ro curricular activities and throughout our store you ll find beautiful gifts for mother fothcr and your host of friends I ullus Garfmckel G Co F Street at Fourteenth CUMPLIMENTS of the PAGE LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING CO WE CAB INC BETHESDA Mo S Bigelow Manager tiff" 1530 -gin," LANG-ROCK CLOTHES E111 mm' of Prep School and College Men SINCE 1896 An' ICXIIUSIII' With r531tZ'5 Q . Street IFSTH .Q it 4en:1 thi V or ' n l 4 t o o 1 1 o J, , ' , ' . .' i' E- :-- " ls Wisconsin 5100 .Y ! .5 ' 551-4 V: 4 ua KEY " " ", lvmpoliun nav lr Y if , 0 C 0 N N II I. 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