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

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Their minds have become more mature, their hearts purer, their faith stronger. Now, fully equipped, their hands are pre- pared to do each task which awaits them. These hands are ready hands-they represent the man. these are the hands which have guided us . . which we have clasped in friendship . . . which have turned out this year book . . 2 which have held a football . . . these are the hands of the class qf 1951 ' Ls 71 , . . g-ff Ni Ve the Senior Class of l95l wish to show our graiiuule io a ingin who LlLU"lf,'A sin: gust years ui Prep has inllucncrcil our activities, both spir- itual :rnil temporal, to ai great degree. He has the art of teaching spirituality in ri way that appeals to young incn of high school age. He lllllglll ns lo lizivc za wholesome pride in work wc-ll alone, in the rlzissrooni and on the field of sports. It is with great pride, then, and still greater humility that we dedicate this, our yearbook to Father Bernard F. Kirby, 5.1. Jw if-fi-i.," Jfdizfif, MQW, ' W if ' + rvfdwzffwf W me s sw, , M5 me 9 f :qw M X? 1, sg 9' EET - x Q ,Ss fy r N it .ix .Y will, - X K ., ' in ' A X X X The FACULTY i . VA "vsx . ,K f, Q g l I These priestly hands have given us the light of the :Eucha- rist in the chapel and the light of learning and faith in the class- room. They have held forth the flambeau which has brightened our moral and intellectual paths. They have wielded the stick of discipline, making us men to face a man's world. These men have given unselfishly of their time, patiently listening to and solving our problems. From them we have learned the true value of education, religion, and morality. In the future we may recall their perserverance and faith, and profit by their example, in striv- ing' to overcome our own personal problems in the roadway of life. 4 . l - l A 'X l K. REV. WILLIAM F. MALONEY, S f if as A f iri E g 3 3 gi i if k,k- -.,, ii i Q if slats 3' . 4. 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Mu HH love nd Nui 91 Our Bhnzd Moihu be nhnvs vlih von. vuum E. runny, s.x. -f fg, 1 I vnu-'xn 'liioxms I. IDIYGAN. S.I. Prcfcct of Discipline ADMINISTRATION and RIiW'IiRENIl NVILIJMI J. RUPPENTHAL, SJ Assistant Hvadinastcr, Religion w5 lx' Q W "QQ 4 I 7? ef' MR. R1KI,l'lI llrikxumr French, History if Mu. Nicuoms Cmulou, SJ. Latin, English, Greek, Gcogrlphv MR. Jos!-tru V. CONNOR Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra MR. Al'S'l'INI Comm Biology, General Science V' Mk. Pl!-1NRY j. ERIIART, SJ. MR. JAMES CALi.AcmiR, SJ. MR. joim F. jovci Lalin, English, German Latin, English, History Latin, English i 1 X K xi x ,lx if-1 'flwllfll P X lj! lllx, f ,WI N ,iff MR. XVILLIAM I,. KELLY, SJ. Latin, Greek, English 3 . Mk. ARTHUR J. LONG, S.j. Latin, English MR. ORREL MITCHELL MR. FRANK MOXLEY MR. EDWARD O'CONNEIL S , SJ. Algebra Library Science, English Geometry, Arithmetic, Algebra S QQ BRO. JA Nl I-1s BROWN lingi IIUCI' - - 2 -1' u w 1 1 - ::Lief12-f-'-- 1 'Qff "H . 1-'sub ' ..,3:2ej.:-gg: W? BRO. ,XLFRICDO OSWALD, Music, Szlcristzlll Mk. Rufus P. RClI5l'1R'I'S, SJ. Latin, linglish Mk. 'VIIOMAS XVRIKZIIT History, l':IlgliSll Miss Iir.ufN O'Cox Nou Registrar The SENIORS This hand of the I graduate receives. the credential which signifies the fulfillment of his high school education. So too this hand signifies the recipient. During his life of learning he has received much more than he has given. From his parents he has received the sacrifice necessary to make his education possibleg from his professors the moral, physical, and intellectual education itselfg from his classmates the experience of living with others. Th-ose gifts will be repaid to all -humanity when those hands .em- ploy the scalpel or wield a gavel. By serving others he will repay those who have given so unselfishly to him. A X . Q L. JEROME ASKE Shelburne Harbor, Shelburne, Vermont H MANUEL G. ABELLO 1506 Hamilon Street, N.W., Mfashington ll, D.C. Sodality 65 Little Hoya 6. "Manuel" . . . our ambassador from the Phillipines . . connoisseur of fine trots . . . endorses Phillip Morris . class Rembrandt . . . master of satyrical compositions "jerry" . . . capable editor of the Little Hoya . . . Green Mountain bo . . . summers at Lake Champlain in his Y private yacht . . medium height boy with the tall, tall tales. CHARLES P. BONINI I30 South Street, Ridgway, Pennsylvania liu.s'lcs'tlmll 5, Varsity lip .Sorlalily 5, 6, Serretary 63 Liltle Hoya fig r1.v.w1'i11le sports editor ll: St. john Be1'chmar1's .variety 5, 63 Ilebaling 65 Ilramatfvs 5, 6, Baseball 5, Var- sily ti. "Charley" . . . indispensable handyman . . . class statis- litmu . . . sports editor ol' Little Hoya . . . sharpshooter on the basketball team . . . always at the top of the class. SENIORS f yiww ALBERT D. BRAULT is 3 5541 Wessling Lane, Bethesda 14, Maryland "Al" . . . man about town . . . grease monkey at Silver Spring filling station . . . pursues VVilson girls . . . A friendly personality a standout . . . boarder' chauffcr. JAMES C. BROWN 21 Quincy Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland Football 3, 4, 53 Baseball 3, 4, 5g Sodality 3, 4, 5, 65 president 63 Little Hoya 63 CUPOLA 6. "Brownie" . . . sodility saint and president . . . athletic Speedster . .et but witty . . . portable library . . rock of Che I Chase . . has half interest in Hot Shoppes . . . always in top ten scholastically. Whether we go to chapel every day or once a week, we shall always rememtber it as a place of inspiration and hope. During the few mo- as ments of our visits we always found comfort in its peace and tranquility. THE CLINTON H. BURBRIDGE 1939 River Road, jacksonville, Florida "Clint" . . a true Southern gentleman . . . spends sum mers water skiing and yachting . . . perpetual suntan . always one day behind in Trig . . . has his own dialect GERARD M. CAHILL 5515 Grove Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland Golf 3, 4, 5, 63 Sodulfty 5, 65 Little Iloya-51, 5, 63 CUPOLA V always ready to defend the Ford . . . school golf "pro I, . . . boy with green hands. SENIORS B1iR'I'RANIJ -1. c:AssmY fl52l Rittenhouse Street, xV2lSlllIlgl0I1 15, D.C. Soflnlily 3, -l, 5, li: 1.l'fllf?HfIy'II 3, 5, 5, 63 CUPULA Editor 6, llllllfl' 'CUIIIlIII,H1?l' fl, Al, 5, 6. "Bert" . . . the socialite . . . taught Arthur Murray . . . head divot digger ut CI' links . . .human phonebook . . . an Bay Ridge rowdy . . . boarders landlord. "Ierry" . . . teller ol tall tales :md hilarious stories . . . I7 EDWARD CLAXTON 1350 Juniper Street, Washington l2, D.C. Football Varsity 3, 4, 63 Basketball Varsity 3, 4, 5, 63 Base- ball Varsity 3, 4, 5, 65 President of class 3, 4g CUPOLA 6, Dance committee 5. "Ed" . . . versatile athlete . . . noted for wine, women, and sea food . . . property of the Brooklyn Dodgers . . . calm, cool and collected . . quarterback of Prep's uncle- feated '48 team . . . casanova on the sly . . . "stormy weather." THE WILLIAM R. CROWLEY 32 Quincy Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland "G" Club 5, 63 Football 3, Varsity 4, 55 Basketball 3, 4g Trark 33 President of class 63 Secretary of class 5, treasurer of class 3: Sodality 3, 4, 5, 6, CUPOLA 6. "Bill" . . . promising sports career stopped by knee injury . . . class leader . . . peacemaker in French class . . . one of the Chevy Chase boys . . . noted for his knee . . . another member of a family of prepmen . . . steel wool hair. JAMES B. D'ALBORA 39 Plaza Street, Brooklyn, New York Football 3, 4, Varsity 5, Manager 63 Basketball 3, 4g Baseball 3, 4, 53 Track Manager 53 Sodality 3, 4, 5, 63 Treasurer 63 CUPOLA 63 St john Berchmanis Society 3,4, 5, 6, G-Club 5, 6. "Jim" . . . a Brooklynite . . . noted for his baritone voice . . . shoulder injury kept him from a football career-be- came a capable manager . . claims relation to Guy Lom- bardo. Boarclers Room As the cards are dealt, many weighty and light subjects are discussed in the privacy of the boarder's roomy from war and politics to one's last date and the latest joke. "Brother, if that draft law goes through I'm sunk. I'm going to take a course in draft dodging." X, "Hey, did I tell you how I smashed my father-'s car last weekend?" "Yeah, only about five times, but go ahead anyway." "Man, did I hear a good joke todayg "This guy was .... " 5l JOSEPH G. DATTO 18 Terrace Street, Carbondale, Pennsylvania Football 3, 4, 5, Varsity 6g Track 4, 5, 63 Vice President of Class 53 Sodality 3, 4, 5, 65 St. john Berchrnarfs Society 3, 45 G-Club 6. "Coal Dust joe" . . . hails from Carbondale . . . hopes own Packard . . . never misses reading daily hometown paper . . energetic athlete . . . always looking for short girl. E JAMES P. DAY 5439 Nevada Avenue N.W., Washington 15, D.C. Football 3, 4, Varsity 5, 63 Basketball 3, 4, 5, Varsity 65 Baseball 3, Varsity 4, 5, 63 Sodality 3, 4, 5, 63 Little Hoya 63 CUPOLA 63 "G" Club 5, 6. "Jock" . . . the Hatsfield kid . . . rather thrifty . . . owns only three neck-ties . . . girl crazy from a distance of 100 yards . . . "not bad from here" . . finally got his drivers license . . . noted for high marks and athletic versatility. Bus As homework is composed and last minute studies completed, the busses rumble on bring- ing dayhops closer and closer to demerits, flunk- ed tests and irate teachers. "I get his homework after you finish." "Who knows Pascha1's law?" "Who cares? Pm worried about Trigf' E 'Did you see the Milton Berle show last night?" "No, I studied." "What? You opened a book?" I9 GVIDE DE ST. AUBIN 1066 North Avenue, New Rochelle, New York Football 3, 4, 55 Manager 6g Sodality 2, 3g Gun Club 5, 6. "Tam" . . . alias "the moving jaws" . . . class traveler . . runs an arsenal on the side . . . "industrious" . . . "non mademoisellen . . , would rather hunt crows than do homework . . . "stop intimidating me." SENIORS. JAMES A. DUTY South Street, Murray Hill, New jersey "jim" , . . hails from Summit, N. . . . highest ambition is to get behind the wheel of a Mack truck . , . still in bed at second hell . . . frequent letter writer . . . senior mail man . . . leads easiest life possible. vous EDWIN P. EARNEST 23l-1 Allst Street, NNV., Mfashington, D.C. "Pete" . . . only dayhop-boarder at Prep . . . the hand is quicker than the eye . . . one man soccer team . . sics class sleeping beauty . . . the W. C. Fields of Prep . . . distance runner. 27 . phy- HERMAN J. ECKRICH 2610 East Drive, Fort Wayne, Indiana "G" Club 63 Football 5, Varsity 6g Basketball 65 Golf 63 Sodality 5, 6. "Herm" . . . noted for big weekends . . . finally made varsity . . . big connections with girls in Baltimore and New York . . . has pipeline into sausage factory . . . "careful dive". . . "Hey Mister I got a question." THE C. PAUL ECKRICH Gull Lake, Richland, Michigan "G" club 5, vice president 63 Football 3, Varsity 4, 5, 63 co-captain 63 Basketball 3, 4, 5, Varsity 65 Track 3, 4, 5, 65 Vice President of class 55 Treasurer of class 3g President of the Yard 65 Sodality 4, 5, 63 St john Berchrnan's Society 3, 4, 5, 65 Choir 4, 5, 6. "Paul" . . . weight lifter . . . claims to be Irish . . . does not confine his speed to the track . . . "But, Mister, I just don't understand." . . . voted outstanding football player . . . considers himself a politician. 29 JOSEPH A. HABERKORN 649 N.E. 17th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida "Joe" . . . never seen without a cigarette . . . noted for his good housekeeping . . . well dressed . . . spends sum- mers in Wisconsin with debutantes . . . considers vacation the best part of the school year. Locker Room Amid boisterous talk and laughter the day- hops somehow manage to collect their books and beat the bell to class. "Hey, who took my Latin book?" "Don't worry about it, Latin doesn't matter anyhow." "Has anybody got a cigarette for an old nic- otine fiend?" "Come on, the bell is going to ring and we'll get D's if we don't hurry!" SENIORS 51 ROBERT E. HANNEGAN 5745 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis 12, Missouri "Bob" . . . staunch Democrat . . . close follower of the Cardinals . . . slugging outfield . . . has a four year lease on the telephone booth . . . "Who's got a nickel?" . . . runs own taxi cab company . . . the man in the plaster cast. BURTON W. HARRELL 20 Kennedy Drive, Kenwood, Chevy Chase, Maryland Football l, 2, 3, 4, 53 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, 5, President of Class l, 25 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. "Burt" . . . the man without a belt . . . a six year sur- vivor . . . last of a long line of Prepmen . . . school spirit plus . . . smooth talker . . . "Harrell did it" . . : has date troubles. Touch Football On almost any day of the year, one can always find a stalwart few, in some corner of the cam- pus, playing "touch" football. "'Okay you guys, on this play I'll fade hack for a pass, then I'll lateral it to you. You run around right end and lateral it back to him. Then pass to me in the flat. The rest of you guys block. Okay, lets go!" "No, wait a minute, I got a better idea. . ." THE JOHN HORIGAN, jR. Lago,-Colony, Aruba, Netherlands West Indies Golf 5, 63 Sodality 3, 4, 5, 65 St. john Berchmarfs Society 3, 4, 5, 6, CUPOLA 6. "Jack" . . . hair of gold, eyes of blue . . . from the dis- tant isle of Aruba . . . an ardent golfer . . . plans to con- tinue family tradition at Yale . . . has inexhaustable sup- ply of tales from his South Sea isle. JOSEPH H. JACOBS 3826 Windom Place, N.W., Washington 16, D.C. Football 3, Manager 4, Varsity 6, Track 4, 5, 65 Sodality 3, 45 CUPOLA 6, Dramatics 6, ,l.V. Tennis 3, Cross-Country 5. "Jake" . . . nose for knowledge . . . spends summers look- ing for work . . . aims for West Point . . . lunchroom philosopher . . . told a good joke once . . . mad inventor of 6B. I Q R 4 sf' v SENIORS DONALD H. JOHNSTON, JR. 3626 Windom Place, N.W., Washington 8, D.C. "G" Club 6, I"uotl1all 3, 4, 53 Varsity 65 Treasurer of Class 53 Track 5, 65 CUPOLA 6. "Don" . . . wavy hair . . . helping hand in French class . . . looks toward Annapolis . . . class sailor . . . inquisi- tive . . . still celebrating the Army-Navy game . . . "and Mimi." LAURENCE S. KENNEDY Mt. Kisco, New York Football l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity 5, 63 Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Treasurer of class 33 Sodality l, 2, 33 St. john Berclzman's Soc. l, 2, 35 Choir 3, 4, 5, 63 "G" Club 5, 6. "Larry" . . . a one man cyclone . . . college fashion plate . . . the Kisco Kid . . . spent his sophomore year winter- ing in Georgia . . . an outstanding varsity lineman for two years . . . allegedly a lacrosse, hockey and baseball star. THE il. NEILL KENNEDY 5300 27th Street, NNV., Mlashington 15, D.C. Football 3, -13 Varsity 5, 63 Baseball 3, Varsity 3, 4, 5, 6 Pres. of class, 53 Vive Pres. of class 6g Sodality 3, 4, 5, 6 Debating 33 "C" Club 53 Pres. 6. "Neill" . . . French linguist . . . summers at Hamptor Beach . . . our F.B.l. agent . . . Senior class vice presi dent . . . well dressed . . . "exhibitionist" . . . mysteri ous missiles in Physics class. FELIX F. LOGRIPPO 352 E. Main Street, Norristown, Pennsylvania Football 3, 4, 5, Varsity 6, Basketball 3, 4, 55 Golf, Varsity 3, 4, 63 Sodality 4, 5, 63 St. john Berfhman's Soc. 4. "Felix" . . . the happy one . . . outdoor enthusiast . . . the class sound effects man . . , hopes to bag a moose in the near future . . . "Honest, Mister I didn't do anything." Dining Room "Bless us Lord and these Thy gifts. . .Amen. "Pass the peanut butter and jelly." "Has anybody seen our waiter?" "What do you think you're eating! ! !" "First on the potatoes." "After You." 'Ttyidturn on the radio and get some Dixie- S EN ' 0 R S "Look. Something different. Ice Cream." DONALD J. MATTHEWS Gardenville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Football 2, 33 Baseball 3, 4: Sodality 3, 4, 5, 65 Little Hoya 6, CUPOLA 6, St. john Berchman Sco. 3, 4, 5, 63 Drama- tics 2, 3, 4. "Don" . . . survivor of five years . . . cheerleader . . . instigator of school spirit . , . wants to know what the Jesuits did with his television set . . . stevedore. SEAN F. MCCARTHY 3765 Northampton Street, N.W., Washington 15, D.C. "Sean" .L . . the flying Irishman . . . part time auto me- chanic . . . studies deprive him of a brilliant athletic ca- reer . . . always planning vacation weeks ahead . . dom seen without the "Olds." Class Meeting "Hey, what about the demerit system, can't you do something about it?" . sel- kind of jelly, three years "See if you could get us a new we've had this kind for straight." To the Seniors the class meeting is a means of getting gripes off our chest, letting off steam, and hoping that something will be done about it. THE I9 ROBERT M. MCCLELLAND Manor Club Estates, Rockville, Maryland Little Hoya 65 CUPOLA 63 Dramatics 4, 5, 6. "Mac" . . . the class scholar from Manor Club . . . always smiling . . . occasionally found on the golf course . . . fa- mous for his 99.1 average . . . quiet, good humored, and helpful . . . the class crib-note. MICHAEL P. MEHR 406 W. Thornapple Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland Football 4, 55 Varsity 65 Basketball 4, 55 Golf 4, 5, 5: Treasurer of Class 65 Sodality 4, 5, 6, CUPOLA 6, "G" Club 6. "Mike" . . . hails from Milwaukee . . , most Irish German we've seen . . . headed for Holy Cross . . . learning how to putt . . . excellent marks . . . Motorola forever . . . variety in dates. 6 SENIORS XVILLIAM R. NOLAN 4808 l7th Street, NNV., Wlashington ll, D. C. Basketball 2, 33 Varsity 4, 5, 63 Baseball 2, Varsity 3, 4, 5, 63 "G" Club 6. "VVillie" . . . Mr. Connor's star pupil . . . four-year Base- ball letterman . . . quiet-when asleep . . . member of A it 3 ..'. if the triumvirate . . . is still looking forward to a Prep - dance. V - -z s, , , M..-x, THE JOSEPH E. O'BRIEN 323 Cumberland Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, 53 Baseball l, 2, 3. 4: Golf 5, 63 Sodality lg CUPOLA 6. "joe" . . . very handy with a golf club . . . always com- plaining about German homework . . . Harrell's business partner . . . teller of tall tales . . . handy man with a Buick. '- HUGH I.. O'DONNELL 2701 28th Street, NIV., NVllSlllIlgl0I1 8, D.C. Football 25, Varsity 4, 5, 63 Captain of football team 63 5 0 61111113 6 Sorlality 3, -1, , 'g 2-I 1, . "U li" known for his great voC'1bul'1rv the pyg my of the O'Donnell's . . . all-Prep tackle . . . finally at- tended a Prep dance . . . joyful bellower. f FRANCIS CTDOVNOGHUE 4339 Reno Road, NNV., Washington, D.C. "Franny" . . . has spent many happy QFD years at Prep . . . "I've seen Jesuits come and go" . . . smooth talker . . . a one man Dixie Land Band . . . breakfast table phil-' osopher. John's Store "Hey john, gimme a pepsi." "Come on, joe, lend me a nickle-I'll pay you back tomorrow." How many times have we heard this in the years here at Prep. At every break and before bed all congregate at John's to buy a drink, or ice cream or just to swap news and stories. SENIORS YVILLIAM A. PATE III 227 W. Montgomery Avenue, Rockville, Maryland Football 3, Varsity 4, 5, 65 Secretary of Class 55 Treasurer of class 43 CUPOLA 63 G-Club 6, Secretary 6. "Big Bill" . . . the Varsity's Rock of Gibraltar . . . Rock- ville commuter . . . rises before the chickens . . . bull- dozes during the summer . . . and clozes during class. ' ' ' is-M sf. . ROBERT PETER 102 N. Adams Street, Rockville, Maryland Football, varsity 4, 5, 6. ' "Bob" . . . alias "Mumbles" . . . Pate's travelling com- panion . . . from the metropolis of Rockville . . . fleet varsity end . . . one of the quieter French students. After The Ball Is Over And then there are the love-struck few who congregate secretly after a dance and swap stories. "Brother, did I have a good time tonight. What a date!" "You think you had fun, let me tell you about my date!" "You guys make me sick, did you see what I got stuck with." "Duck, I hear a jebie coming." "Turn off the lights and keep quite." I9 WILLIAM B. PROVOSTY 1033 Barrister Street, Alexandria, Louisiana Football 3, 4, Varsity 5, 63 Basketball 43 Track 3, 4, 5, 6: President of Class 4, 55 St. john Berchmarfs Society 3, 4g Choir 3, 4, 5, 65 G-Club 5, 6. "Buck" or "Baskerville" . . . won the Homecoming Game trophy in Junior Year . . . Dixieland jazz king . . . toast of old New Orleans . . . likes B.C Qheadache powdery . . . the noise. N. JOSEPH RODDY 5l5l Palisade Lane, NW., Wlashington, DL Seniors FRANK RUPl'lQR'l' 5721 Western Avenue, Mlashington, lJ.C. Football 4, 5, lllanager 63 Baseball 3, 4, 5, Varsity 63 Vice President of Yard 6, Sodality 4, 5, 63 Vive Prefect 63 Little Hoya 6, Debating 4, 5, 6, CUPOLA 6. "Frankie" . . . Latin scholar . . . a country gentleman . . . the man with the lpana smile . . . prefers ties to nap- kins . . . personality plus. w A Football l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball l, 2, 1 5 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 6, Vive-Prcsizlent of Class 2 .Sodahty l, 2, 3, 4, 5, 63 Vice Prefer! of Sodality 3. "Sonny" . . . had a piece of paper once . peir shine . . . disappears on Friday afternoon . . . six year nun . . . sharpshooter on hardwood . . . French class Janitor ' JAMES L SHRIVER 7 Rossman Avenue, Hudson, New York Football 3, 4, 53 Basketball 3, 4, Varsity 5, 63 Tennis 43 Track 4, 5, Sodality 3, 4, 5, 63 Little Hoya 6, CUPOLA 63 St. john Bercl1man's Society 3, 4, 5, 6, Dramatics 41, 5, 63 G-Club 6. "Red" . . . Ukulele Ike . . . the cameraman . . . card shark . . . marks come easy to him . . . has a beast named "Queenie" . . . an old stage hand. , THE GEORGE VALDIVIESO Plaza Munoz Rivera, P.O. Box 1144, Ponce, Puerto Rico Football 1, 2, 43 Basketball Manager 2, 65 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball Manager 6, Vice President of Class lg Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Treasurer 6, Dramatics lg Choir 63 Cheer- leader 6. "Georgie" . . . the giant from Puerto Rico . . . six-year man . . . prefers comic books to Shakespeare . . . owns some stock in the Bethesda Cab Co. . . the shadow man- ager of basketball. i BRUCE VON PHUL E523 X'Vest Hollywood, San Antonio, Texas Football, Varsity 5, G3 Choir 5, G3 G-Club 5 6. "Bumps" . . . a true Texan . . . enjoyed lnany a weekend in New York . . . stalwart on the varsity line . . . usually found with his roonnnateain roonnnate's ear . , . loves his 24 hours of sleep. SENIORS SQ' X l , , X it ,W A X ' 'lllrllw Y I if 'W s 3' S ii 34? if .-w .f ' mf'- ,L .Q ..,., 5 'I ,1 s wzgik .ggi 1 s K+ gd? 1 my Li- g Aff ,Qi . 1 " 5" -Q .mg 'f p W- . ' A 2 .- L. K- 1 .' 7 N' 5 'ski 'Q . Vg, 15,5 'R La Plata, Football, "Blackie" land" . . popular . -IULIAN B. VVILLS Maryland Varsity 63 Sodality l, 2, 4, 5, 63 CUPOLA 6 . . . a true confederate from "Suthun Murra . class artist . . . "I.a Grange" . . . quiet . navy man . . . six years at Prep. ' ROBERT W. WILSON 8505 Lynwood Place, Chevy Chase, Maryland Football 6g Sodality 3, 4g Little Hoy-a 4, 5, 65 Debating 4, 5. "Smiling Bob" . . . quiet and dignified . . . prefers the front seat in the school bus . . . former Greek scholar . . . staunch defender of German . . . delves in photography THE SENIORS SCHl0I' Cl2lSS 0fflCCI'S! Aske, N. Kennedy, Crowley, Eckrich, Rupper, Mehr The G i Club First Row: Crowley, N. Kennedy, Krebs, Day. Second Row: Provosty, Horning, Johnston. Third Row: 0'Conn0r, Gardner, P. Eckrich. Fourth Row: Hannegan, Ovalle, H. lickrich. Fifth Row: Shriver, Haley, Parrish, I.. Kennedy. Sixth Row: 0'Dnnnell, Furey. Mehr. Seventh Rows Reid. D'Albora, Boone, Logrippo. Eighth Row: Haggerty, VonPhul. The G-Club, the youngest organization at the Prep, began its second year by the election of officers: N. Kennedy, Pres., W. Crowley, Vice. Pres., W. Pate, Sec., and Claxton, Treas. The club tried to fulfill the purpose for which it was founded: to promote school spirit-in the student body and in the team members themselves. Trophies were again awarded to the outstanding members of the three smaller football teams. The Student Council P. Eckrich, Ruppert, Ellis, Crowley Howerdd. Standing: Kilcoyne, Mitchell, Von Bar- by, Morton, Cardonne, Adams. Seated: NAME ABELLO ASKE BONINI BRAULT BROWN BURBRIDGE CAHILL CASSIDY OLAXTON CROWLEY D'ALBORA DATTO DAY DOTY EARNEST ECKRICH, H. ECKRICH, P. HABERKORN HANNEGAN HARRELL HORIOAN IACOBS JOHNSTON KENNEDY, L. KENNEDY, N. LOORIPPO MATTHEWS MEHR MCOARTHY MCCLELLAND NOLAN O'BRIEN o'DONN1-:LL O'DONAGHUE PATE PETER PROVOSTY RODDY RUPPERT SHRIVER ST. AUBIN VALDIVIESO VON PHUL WILLS WILSON The BLUE WILLS Trot to Richards . . . . . Tall tales to Motley . . . . . . . intelligence to Boone . . . . . . . curly hair to Hewitt ........ driving skill to any fool ..,.,....... southern accent to any Yankee ...,.. ingenious ideas to Sappington ....... address book to Holmes . . ....... .. shortstop position to Mr. Mitchell crutches to Haley .................. rosy cheeks to Vizcaraondo .......... his old suits to Parrish . . , ..,.. . , . . football uniform to Bortnick ,.,..... wisecracks to Dibert .....,... .... speaking ability to jenkins . . . . . extra dessert to Boone .... .... muscles to john Cahill .... .... Chicago to Nitto ..... Ford to junkpile nothing to nobody looks to Colligan ..........,. .,.. Charles Atlas set to Anderson ....... seat on the bus to Rauber .,.. .... peace to French class ...,.. ..., bullet pass to Choo Choo .... ..,. crib notes to O'ConnOr .... .... megaphone to Georgia .... .... Pontiac to Rocca ........ .... honor cards to Kilcoyne , . . , . . . brains to Gallagher ............... fast ball to Krebs ,................. sumrners at Ocean City to brother . , . oratorical ability to Winston Churchill. smooth talk to Fury ................ size to Bursley .......... .... Rockville to the "boids" . , . . . . . Betty to no one .......,. .... build to Ryan ..................... sound reasoning to Mulgannon ..... uke to Boone ............... .... chewing gum to desk seats . . . . . . . his height to Myers ........ .... shootin irons to Gardner ,,.. ,... Confederate flags to Georgia .... . . baritone voice to Oxley ..... NOTED FOR French Accent . , . Editorials ...... hard work ...... parties 4 ..,...,., . . boisterous conduct . Florida tan ....... wild utterances muscles ...,..... long throws ..., "look you guys" . . his shoulder . BOOK beard ................. devotion to Hatfield his love for Mr. Erha rt .... But Mister ' ..,..,..... weekends in New York . . alpine hat ..,.......... orderly room ............. his love for the Cardi mid-term vacation in nals .... Florida . . . tales of Southern Seas ....... impractical ideas for smooth driving . , his "gentle cough" .. Father's ties ...... sound effects ..... his silence ......... frog in his throat .... latin fluency ....... marks .................... good behavior in trig wavy hair .......... Maryland accent . . . long service .... piano legs ......,. extreme boldness .. . class . . 4 Louisiana love call corderoy coats .... "man" ......... red hair ....... his ba'ar rifle .... sisters pictures nothing ............ "Ah, come on will ya" , . mathematics genius .... Of The SENIOR CLASS USUALLY FOUND . . . . ........... isn't . . . . with Mr, Carroll lending homework with McKee with Fr. Ruppenthal . . . . . . in Bonini's room . where he shouldn't be .. not doing homework . . . in "Stormy Weather" . on the Senior Corridor .. singing in the shower borrowing . .. crooning to himself loafing . . . . . with Shriver raising his hand . . . . . . in John's store . . burning cigarettes at Nancy's . . . . . . . . calling up girls ......... in bull session milling in the molecules with Mimi with the Red Sox withjoan chasing crows . . . . . . with Horigan datinggirls . at home on school days playing SM holes of golf . . . . . . . eating ice cream with Burt at Uptown with the boys in study hall . . . . with Betty . . . going home . . . . . , at Crowley's . . . borrowing money ..... on the farm . . in the darkroom . . . tracking moose . . . . with Bruce sleeping preaching roughing up the J.V. line HIGHEST AMBITION TO ...,.. keep his trot a secret . . . . . . . . to edit Burlington Press ......tobeascoutleader ..........tobeatan"88" . . . . . . . to get his Buick running . . . . . . . . . . wrestle alligators . . , . . . . manufacture green ink . . . . . . . . . . . to teach Arthur Murray play pro baseball be a stockholder in the P. Nee Co. to beapolitician . . . . . . . make another touchdown . . . . . . . to be a tobacco picker . . . . . . to be a trucking tycoon . . . . . . . become a card shark . . . . . . . to be a sausage king ......beMr.Amc-:rica , . . . . . . marry a millionairess ......beaRepublican . . . . . . . . excel in languages . . . . . . . . . . play pro football . . . . . . . help Navy beat Army ..........gotoYale ............getahaircut ....toownasuitofhisown beacarpet-bagger convince Wills he lost Civil War sink a putt to stay out of study hall ..............get 1012, .........playforRedSox . . . . . . learn to read poetry find a steady girl friend graduate '-"reach Fla. in his Chrysler , move to the "big city" . . . . to become a Yankee . . . . . pay back his debts .. wear a clean necktie to erase Queenies picture . . . . . . be a draft dodger look down on Fr. Maloney move the capital to Texas meet General Lee ....,.......laugh NAME ABELLO ASKE BONINI BRAULT BROWN BURBRIDGE OAHILL CASSIDY CLAXTON OROWLEY D'ALBORA DATTO DAY DOTY EARNEST ECKRICH, H. ECKRICH, P. HAB-ERKORN HANNEGAN HARRELL HORIGAN yAcOBs JOHNSTON KENNEDY, L. KENNEDY, N. LOGRIPPO MATTHEWS MEHR MCOARTHY M.-OLELLAND NOLAN O'1sR1EN O'DONNELL O'DONAGHUE PATE PETER PROVOSTY RODDY RUPPERT SHRIVER ST. AUBIN VALDIVIESO VON PHUL WILLS WILSON The UNDERCLASSMEN These hands of the seniors and the underclassmen are clasp- ed in a sign of friendship. The friendship between the graduate and the student is traditional as the token iself. As he steps out into the world and higher education, the new alumnus passes on to his successors that same tradition of honesty, respect and good example which he has received from his predecessors. Those smal- let hands win fake up his books and pm, fans, .one say, the di- ploma for which he himself strived. Then they in turn will grasp the smaller hand, as the tradition of friendship and Georgetown I O P I spirit are passed on. l I 1 1 0 I 5 - r g , W., . . ,.., M, fi x I! Q ' 1 Fifth Row: Heinze, Anderson. Fourth Row: Motley, Rocca, Myers, Elward Hewitt. Third Row: Dihert, Feighan, Manders, O'Connor, Ross, Richards Semnd Row: Nash, Gardner, Haley, Ovalle, Vizcarrondo, McOwen, Holmes First Row: Purvis, Cahill, Hogan, Bursley, jenkins, Howerdd, Mr. Kelly, S.I 5B 'Nw '5'f3'+3Wlf?'YEi-is T . . S' of "?s'?ifl3'3Xs5S' X . ., . 1. 5 - 2 A rs - L ' .. ,WK 1 N -'W if-wx Q- P lafffilfgii sw... Q Q- - Ky- . . Q 1 lm Msla . - 1 -r -. wwhlmf ,X . , . Y I Q ., M ' ' f fga.qg ,. ws:-mlsgms , swf? . gf,,,N,..,N.,K,,,.QNM,KQ 'SKK K KK ,KK21.g.sTsXKis3.,,gK.,g,f3,I,,3,.g,.QK.,,.S1KE, 'f,'TjQ, ' ,,. Q . H ..- ,-QS'-Mg Q- Wx- ...NY N, saw-ww hw-.M .j V. .K K 7 L- X skgzg, saga-5.iiQ5ig,g5ggig,?3QivK - -. K, K -K- -fgfigw K: wfossse- ,-. K, K , K . K , K-. . . hg h- eww r- ,f wma-wt.-f,L,.l.. . , ' ' 'S''MsnSufi-Sfwfamssff-3f'sQQ..,gg,?.s,sAib,3wg.Xy.,QQ, , Wg , I K - .Ki K fs s S-'sn --fmviwe.-Exe, .Q . SN . A.. 5-55-'-'-"'Wr'vixms,1w1 of ,N . . . Q was .. . sf N Q -V-l L, . 1... . .. . - 4 X MWi3ffMN'i"f f6.,LQsgggg,sQ5g5fgs,g5g,igqf,iXM,,,,,,,,, ' 5A Fifth Row: Haggerty, Windolph. Fourth Row: Gawler, Parrish, Krebs, Murray Boone. Third Row: Furey, Gallagher, Reid, Sappington, Kilcoyne, Velez. Sec ond Row: Cusick, Horning, Burke, Cruise, Kraus, Winter, Coffman. First Row: Mr. Connor, Nitto, Pitcher, Ottenheimer, Oxley, Jani, Bortnick, Amando. 'i5' NJWj5bHWZ03?R?Kth 1 5 " 'Q ' -E lf Q55 31 l7'S7'3f.Q- 4? J , -. ,Kyiv ,'ii?F5f fag-as ,A 2 5.7 Um, Q., w 1 X 4A Fifth Row: Widmayer, Ryan, Dell, Dolan Fourth Row: Keenan, Wicklein Fenton, Ellis, W Casson Third Row: Seaton, Tarrlm, 0'Brien, D Nalty, De Oliva Second Row: jullien, Ayers, Dean, Tobin, Schuyler. First Row: Roddy Ordway, Fannon, O'Keefe, Gildea, Cowley, Mr. Carxoll, SJ A zfth Rmug Clulligzm, Hlillil-il'lhliH', Nfulggunmn, Volxlixarlwy, Kornlcs, XV4ulI:uu fmrlh Ruff: Hnrlis, lfogznrly, l'zl7l'l'llJlIkU'Yk, Nlugm-r, iluolvv, Xlocllm' 'l'l1irfI -4B Rrmt Smith, XYIHIC, Slnmy l,c'xx'ix, Daily, SllllIlK'kl', NIc'1g,gl41m'1' .S'1'r'o111l Run' Rl zulmm, CIr'ms'lm, Vlrllllllllh, Chmmt, 'lkmulgm l'1lAl'.Sf Rnzr: Nh' fLLlll1lglll'I', Xulh, fnifiillx, Ilzmlc-3, Cnmizn, Hormrks, .Xlx-llo Wig Ni X k X-Q Q E K ff A -. . W 1 . as -: K ., ., -,Lf u" . 1 1,7 55.52 xx A Ar e-'V - 1, ' .T ,psf UA," ,w G. .Q - R IA, -3' 15 .. A . - A. f ',5.Q vi: pw?-f +f'+-x 't:,m?+ 'E.M,f1 fi Q if 4 u aw :Simi qw-0 - k -im L-X 4 J' 1 S? 331 L' if 2? 'Y-?',..-E :ffl fm-i if 'VLH - " ax' L -1 1 A"'.f.6',,i igxfgvc- ', Bfii Ti Lx Eff, fi 1'5" Qflxzwx, frm 2 "RS" Q u Q . x. ,F Q 'IJ 3 Q T 3 w +1 H. T3 if Q55 fi-:E 5??! QNEYYE .5 if gi I jg 551 NW . Sv? 'A 4 gud .11 4, of 4, JS ,4- .AS Y lv l f fr 5.5 f, 25' ri A 'N 3 1 ei E4 E 43, 5 gr Qi ,Sir i bv? iw -rg 2 Jak IH iii .y 32-W 5? 3 .4 gf, E' is .C W gf ff 2, ,Q ers? N 4 . 31 fb xx .H 5, 9,P ,wg gud! 'Ti -. if f ,.. is I x Fourth Row: Sappington, Stackpole, Tolancl, Miranda, Tinnnick, Cahill Third, Row: Congcr, Srlircicr, Kennedy, Muir, lNIitchell, Nalty, Lcon. Semnrl Row: Llcras, Gallagher, Canfield, Martinclill, Tuerkc First Row: Stewart, XV Middle- ton, Mack, Clay, Carroll, Pierson, Kcmpton, Mr. Roberts, S. 3A . .41 iw Q. +, L .. S f. f in 1 -af -' fqf 'Erik ' .rg r af f s i! V ' Q 4, , V, ,lb M , 5.-fgfeal-s''twx,1fi'Y'f,,af?lif3 is fkvfw 'fi .4l' S5 'lil fiii if VME .xgifs itfmwf v Q- Q W ' 7 Y V -5 1' f e ' A " T ' ,iz :iff Sw ' in rw- ,g C ,, - :,w:.fii, ff ls V ggi! f li T Q? Y A 'L -, WL 1 f M ' - Q2 , I, Q ,'-f, fm, ww A , -' ' 'i g f :f,ik52' 'Q Y, ' 'L ' . A Q V 5 HZ, gg? 12' 2' ,l A 1 2 . 'V " 'ffl . x wi. 3 B X Ifmntlf Razr: xviggillglilll, Nimlck, Cmsclm. Third Row: R. Mc-clxzm, Czmclin, R ll R l XI g 1 Jlmilt, cilly, Ixlllflily, l5cl'1'kcnlcyc1'. Sf'I'07I!1 Row: . r. Long, Stl., Kisslin llznvuy, liollbrcst, XVoocls, Alucld, XVclsh, XVz1ll:1c'c. I"ir.x't Row: O'Bry:m, Murphy, Dilmcrl, f:lll'llOllllC, Miclcllcton, Pridzl, Hczirnc, Pugh. X, ,O 2nd FORM Ifmfrilz Rfnw: Hzumilml, Chain. '1'111'rd Row: Jorgcnser, Stokes, Donoghue, Har- rigan, QQ, lulflnl, twin-iid-., Ninrvc-lml, Nluench. Sffcmd Row: Garvey, Haley, lummvr, C. Clgumln, hmm, blmgc, P. Lamb, Rznnircz. Ifirst Row: Diggius, McGar- vcrw, Rimm, Ycznlmxm, Smith, Russo, Adams, Sfllfilllllf. aw,N,g,,,,,.,q.,M..wWmfwww+ N..M.,Q parm-y:.M-if .. .K . -X ,.,. xw ,. Xx,d ,W MM. 1, ..,,M-,m..w,-M, W-. l ,wdwaffw-mfww-an . 5 3 z xy 31 - M: i x asm, X Ififllz Raw: Clusznfk. Ifmzrfll liozvz Orcino, Pla, Heurnc, Brooks. TlII'7'!l Row: ,S XY. Nlccham, Romulo. SPIYHIII Row: Ilucr, Forster, Sunscri, Maxwell. 1"l'TSf Row: Morum, Mcrgncr, Quinlan, Iirulzilour, Mr. Moxley. lst FORM G nf., , . , ,.. v Y e, ' 1- av ' '51 - 41' ,M Q N, , . . X , I :Z , Q. I ff' . vi .E ,K KSA A , .wa ,Sy '71 527 ff, ,a Lair 1 113 .'j'. Ziyi 5 5. 9 , +A?5 .e . mivsy, 5:5 , i ff S Y. Y fi? if 5:3 if X -1.225 ACTIVITIE Working for the Little Hoya, the Clupola, the Sodality the Debating or Dramatic Societies, these active hands are doing more than the required, at their master's command, so that he may develop himself above the call of duty. The future will probably find him editing a newspaper, working on the staff of a large publishing house, as a social worker or a Rl.'iCSljg or perhaps as an actor or famous lawyer. In any event, thel knowledge. and practi- cal experience which he has gained in these extra-curricular activi- ties will never be lost to him. These activities, will help him and guide him in his business and social life. i .4-ww. 34 SODALITY COUNCIL: fClockn'i.w from lefty Valdi- "AD JESUM PER MARIAMJ - To Iesus through lvIary. Under this motto and the guid- ing hand of our moderator, Fr. Ruppenthal, the Georgetown Prep Sodality strove to make the students more fervent "Sons of Mary." The ideas which were discussed in the Wednesday afternoon meetings were put into action, during the following weeks. The sodalists were familia r- ized with the meaning of mental prayer and the duties of a true "Son of Mary," througlt. the talks of their moderator. . ,. , , - ' t:C VICSO, Ayers, Bursley, Ruppert, Koones, lxllcoyne, lN. ken- Mission f-Ummm A nedy, Bonini, D'Albora, Brown QPREFECTJ Fr. Rup- nnnfhql lXI...I...a..4.t..X SODALI TIES The various committees functioned under their respective chairmen. The mission commit- tee collected stamps and books to he sent to its adopted school missionary, Mr. Bakewell, S.I. now stationed in India, and Lenten sacrifices filled mite boxes to aid him financially. Members of the Knights of The Blessed Sacra- ment, a clivision of the Eucharistic committee, made daily visits to the Blessed Sacrament in the Chapel and offered one extra Communion each weelt. for the monthly intention. Senior livery Thursday afternoon, the Sodality af- fords the children of the Christ Child Farm an opportunity to learn about Christ, hereby ear- rying out C1hrist's cornrnand to teach all nations. As part of the Sodality activities a dance was sponsored by the Sodality to raise funds for the Christmas party at the Farm. This money and And now, we may ask the assistance of Mary and her Son, in nourishing the seed that has been implanted in each Sodalist, so that in fu ture years, it may spring forth and heap glory on Her and the Church for which She labors. the array of toys collected by the boys made the Clrrislmas holidays happy for these underpri- vileged children. . 5odaliiY r The lumo J urtiof 1 , , L: Ur: rgc ,., ,QMNU . i. l" sonxll l Xml Mmriiewnv UO' , . ,W . Slflll su' Vrrledl ' .Xl Qxclk Q 0 664214 Kilcoyne, Ryan, and Toolan seem to be amused at what Ottenheimer is saying at the rostrum. Does continued welfare legislation lead to soci- alism? Is further development of public housing beneficial to the nation? Will compulsory health insurance endanger freedom of choice? These are just a few of the problems which confronted the debating society of Georgetown Prep. The topic was: Resolved: - that further welfare legislation will be detrimental to the nation. It proved to be one of the most provocative topics of recent years. First the Prep debaters gathered a wealth of ma- terial on the problem, discussing it among themselves and with Mr. Carroll, SJ. their mod- erator. Then came the arduous task of writing the speeches, and finally the finished product. The season opened with a victory for the af- firmative team of Ottenheimer and Kilcoyne over Georgetown Visitation Convent. The neg- ative team of Ryan and Toolan then lost to Immaculate Conception Academy. Thus the season progressed with Round Robins, debates, successes, defeats - all contributing towards the desired product - a well rounded christian character. Vfc 8 P are discres.. Qtten A roll- Ussmg debhelmer file In and In aferi, PGS, . -ll Wi Kilt- U1 M Oyllg lj C 31-. Ruppert and Bonini in the moxie room before a debate. Mr. O'Connell, with the officers: Ot- tenheimer. Earnest, Shriver, Kilcoync. Dramatics moo Oo Q9 . 'ef ' X- svlisclw , 60 "' ' heiiner, Ryan, Sea 650 The Dramatics Society of Georgetown Prep, sorry to lose its coach of the past two seasons, Mr. Bennett, SJ., found itself most fortunate in the arrival of the new moderator, Mr. O'Con- nell, S. -I. Though still a new- comer at Prep, Mr. O'Connell has plainly displayed his abili- ties in directing and organizing. The first production of the sea- son was "The Devil and Daniel Webster." Peter Earnest starred in the role of the noted orator. james Motley shared honors, portraying the devil-become-hw man. Kilcoyne, Howerdd, Gar- cia, and Ryan constituted the supporting cast and turned in an excellent performance. Muir and McOwen, as the judge, com- pleted the Cast. "Box and Cox," with Earnest and Ottenheimer in the leading roles, was the season's second production. jullien and Hewitt in the feminine department, gave both touching and hilar- ious twists to'this play. This production traveled to Gonzaga to take part in the One Act Play Contest. I, I '72 S... V, sill' Box and Cox .Xl Rlallla.'XRS,Xl.: Garcia: ,llllllCIl, Jenkins, Kilcoyne, Motley, Otlcn- 61 ton The Cupola D'Albora, Bonini, Cassidy, Shriver, Johnston, Day, Mat ,,,,,.-fi thews Cahil.. The business staff confers with Mr. Kelly, S.j,, Kennedy, 0'llrien, Yaldivieso, Ruppert, Mehr. From September to March, the Cupola staff wrote and rewrote, designed and redesigned, until the yearbook was completed. The selection of a theme and the senior page designs were the main tasks for the editors. The successful efforts of Mr. Kelly and his energetic staff completely rf-moved any dollar worries from the editor and literary staff. McClelland, Crowley, Brown, Mehr, O'Brien, Iacobs, Ruppert. 'lllli ICDITORS: Bonini, Aske, Editor, Mr. Carroll, S.j., Moderator, Ollcnhcimer, Kilcoyne. STAFF Iizlifmez Aslce A.v.m1'inle Editors: Ottenhei- mer, Kilroyne Fwzturcs: Ruppert, Motley, Day, Shriver Sporis Eclilo r: Bonini Rcfjwrvrs: fNlfClellend, Abel- lo, Brown, Earnest, O Smith, M. Reilly, Gildea Seaton, Brulatour Typist: Oxley Cirrulalion Ma ringer: Vizear ronclo PII!Il0g'7'lIlJllI'l'XI Shriver, Coli- gan, Hanley, Ryan, Grant, x7lll'IllilA0llll0 Arlisls: Ilowcrcld, NVinter lfIl.l'IilIl'SS l,l'11l7I1lgl'TI VVinter 63 G Little Hoya Vizcarrondo, Shriver, Colligan, Motley, Earnest, Ryan, Brown, Ruppert, Day First row: Wilson, McClellend, Smith, Cahill, Reilly. Second row: 0'Keefe, Oxley Ellis, lNhile, Garcia, Ayers, Abelo. SPORTS This is the hand of an athleteg it symlllolizes sportsmanship. The boy who leads a clean life of sports at sirhool is training hima self to he the kind of man who will lead a lean lifr. socially and spiritually when he is on his own. He is disc plining-himself,ihoth physicially and morally to withstand better t e confusion that will confront him in later life. The discipline 'received in football, basketball, laaaaball, tennis aaa track will deivelop the bay of aa- day into the straightforward, strong citizen laf tomorrow-ready to defend his own rights and the rights of others. n 1 AM i THE TEAM Ifinl lfmv: N. Kvnm-dy, f:l1lXIUll, l'ziIc', You Phlll, I'. l'11kl'iflI, O'D0nncll, I.. Kcnmwlv, l'mvnslv, Dillln. Srrmlfl ku' ug, 1 Nf2llltll'lS, Ralulx-l', I"llll'f, H Row: Sl. Auhin, Mgx., 'I'llir1l Ifmr: lillis, Hmni hw, l'2lI'I'iNll, H. I-Izhrich, Myc'rs,'lvl1l1wlol1, Bmulv, Wills, You lrlzurhy, Mrf Milehcll lioaull, HPHQIIIZIII, llnlzm, 0'l1oxmm', Mehr, Lugrippw, Daly, IV.-Xllmm, Mgr. lfuznllr limp: -jgnohu, Nlgru LIICF, fQlillill1'l', 512lglll'l, lluggmly, l'4'Icr. Kl'lllli'lly. lmrl: llorning, haul: ' t 1 V I 1 , 5 O-C ,,,gA"l 5 I.. 913 ' 1. I', O'Ilm1m'll, f'2ll'4hN'l3 hflfk IIIHIIIVIIVY lI'lll'I'HHUl K . i 5 ii PREP I9 DE MATHA 12 The Prep opened its 1950 season by downing an inexperienced De Matha eleven. The second quar- ter saw the visitors forge into the lead but this was offset when Paul Eckrich climaxed a 70 yard drive by going over for the score. Von Barby con- verted. Score 7 - 6 - Prep. In the second half the Hoya eleven increased their lead with touch- downs by Horning and Parrish. The final score saw Prep on top I9 - 12. Pat Haley and Provosty stole the defensive show, while Paul Eckrich and "Choo-Choo" Gardner led the offense. PREP 27 ST. ALBANS 13 With last year's defeat in mind, an avenging Prep team took the field against St. Albans. From the opening kickoff, it was evident that the Little Hoyas would gain their second victory of the sea- son. They resembled Qfor this game at leastj the undefeated squad of '48. The whole squad saw action in this game. The Neil Kennedy to Haley passing combination was the outstanding feature of the offensive play. Parish, Coffman and Ellis led the defensive work of the team, as the favored St. Albans were held to l3 points. PREP 0 LOYOLA 13 Overcome by a strong and hustling Loyola team, the Prep was beaten in the annual Homecoming Game. Prep had to play without the services of their co-captain, Paul Eckrichg they were never able to show any scoring punch. The Dons set up their first touchdown by a pass interception in the third quarter. The score that clinched the game came in the fourth quarter. Pat Haley, outstanding Prep player of the game was awarded the Home- coming trophy at the dance which followed the game. PREP 7 ST. JOHNS 20 A crippled but scrappy Little Hoya team fought a powerful St. -Iohn's eleven to a first quarter tie: 0-0. A fumble gave the -Iohnnies the ball on the Prep ten yard line. Garrity scored for the cadets. Their second score, which came in the third period, was set up by a 43 yard pass from Cornell to Hands. Score 13-0. Pat Haley caught a pass thrown by quarterback Neill Kennedy and raced 82 yards for the only Prep score. The team caught fire. Prep's hopes for victory were lost, however, when a fum- ble meant another touchdown for St. -Iohn's. The score is not indicative of the defensive fight and spirit of the Hoyas. Parrish led the defense. The Kennedy to Haley combination netted 150 yards. The Johnnies knew that they had played their hardest game when they left the field that day. PREP 20 DEVITT 13 With a two and two record under its belt, Prep took the field against an older and more experi- enced Devitt eleven for its last home game. After a first period scoring threat had been saved with a fumble recovery by jock Day, the Little Hoya's started their 60 yard drive that ended with "Choo- choo" Gardner scoring. Paul Eckrich added anoth- er score on a hustling 40 yard run. It was not until late in the second period, after Larry Ken- nedy and Phil Ovalle had trapped Devitt's Lee Brinson for a safety, that Devitt managed to score. the final half saw each team score again but the Hoya's were not able to be held down as they came out on top, 20-13. Day and Neill Kennedy were standouts in all-around play. PREP 20 WILSON 27 The combined running and passing attack of Wil- son proved too much for the Little Hoya's as they went down fighting, 27-20. Fierce defensive fight- ing kept the Prepmen in the contest all the wav and they managed to salvage an offensive that pushed the ball across the Tiger goal three times. The passing combination of Kennedy to Halev again proved a great factor in the Hoya's scoring drives as it netted 89 yards. Provosty, Haley, and Myers dominated the defensive play while Cof- fman and Eckrich headed the offensive. PREP 7 GONZAGA 20 That traditional Prep spirit just wasn't there that particular Sunday afternoon as the Eye Street boys gave the Hova's a lacing. After Conzaga's Billy Cody had tossed for the second straight time to Ralph Braum, to break the 7-7 tie, it was evi- dent that Prep didn't have it. The pass defense fell apart as the Eagles scored three times on the same pass play in the last three minutes of the first half. Prep couldn't get up enough fight or power to break the halftime score of 20-7. jim Haggerty, Jim Parrish, and "Buck" Provosty held the Con- zaga ground attack in check as Paul Eckrich tal- lied Prep's lone score. PREP 27 BULLIS B 12 Determined to finish with a four and four record for the season, Prep easily downed a fighting Bul- lis team. Due to the handicap due to injuries and study hall, the Hoyas lost no time in pushing across two tallies in the first frame. By the half, Prep had run the score to 20 to 0 and never re- linquished the lead. Bullis' two scores came as re- sult of a fumble and a pass interception. Neill Kennedy had a good day as he passed for two touchdowns and Horning and Joe Datto led the offensive thrusts. VonBarby kicked three of four conversions after touchdown. J' 4 V 4 x I3 "- ,-.Q M I ,a 'x.:""', 40 ,- Hg 2 5 ,. ,:,'a:,y: 1 N. 40 3' X Y X sei? l A First Roni: Mr. Kelly, Heinze, Dibert. Bnrtnirk. Second Row: WVils0n, Schylcr, Canclia, Mergner, Kraus, Blll'lll'lKlg0, 'I'hir1l Row: Duty, Tinunick, Reid, Anderson, Stone, Keenan, Pitcher, Burke, Hannibal. Mr. Kelly, S. J. instructs the line, Junior Varsity CLP. OPP. 0 B.C.II. .. ,. 6 7 l.zintltm . . 0 0 St. -lolin's . .. 27 li lipiscopztl , , 7 lil St. ,'Xll1zm's ... . 6 I9 Gomzigu . . . 6 I3 St. Allmzufs ..... 12 0 Anzitiostizi , . . . . 13 Mgr. Ross and Mr. Kelly watch as Daily anal Smith pass: Cruise :intl Cusick bloekg Ayers and Seaton poise and jenkins :intl Crowley pose. . 'r AA . . A' L...-., - M A First Rmv: H'oods, Fogarty, Thomas, Nizoleck. Martindill, Kennedy, Carroll, Nally, Murphy, Kissling. Semrzz, Raw Toland, Sappington, Virnslein, Reilly, Lewis, Pahl, Purvis, O'Connor, Edmonston, Mr. Long, SJ. Futures And Midgets A . 'i Q-is 'Y Firxt Row: Maxwell, Mdlurvcy, Archer, Smith, Yeatman, Hearne. Hines, Morton, Quinlan, Immcr, Hcarnc. SCWO!!-i Rnzv: Schrimpf, Mucnch, Pierson, Kempton, Lasa, Jorge, Dibert., O'Keefe, Harrigan, Cardonnc. FUTURES OPP. 48 St. Aloysius . . . . . . 12 12 Bullis ...... . . , 24 12 Landon ...... , , , 36 6 St. Michael's . . . . , . 6 6 Episcopal ...,. . . . 57 I2 Episcopal . . . , . . 44 ff' . MIDGETS OPP 20 Our Lady of Lourdes ....... 0 28 Longfellow ...A.4...., , , . 0 21 Landon .... , 4 . 24 5' 4. x,.., Q V r Lf 'Q 5 . I Standing: Ross, Claxton, O'D onne ll, Nolan, Parrish, Bonini, Mr. Mitchell, Coach. Kneeling D1v Dailey Shrivzr Hormng. . THE RECORD G.P. A Opp. 34 St. Paul's 60 De Matha 38 Rockville 61 St. Anthony's 30 St. John's 43 Devin 53 De Matha 47 Gonzaga 38 Priory 38 St. Alban's 40 Gonzaga 39 St. Paul's 48 Bethesda 39 St. John's 72 St. Anthony's 72 Devin 58 Friends 49 Priory 61 Nat. Trainin 33 Episcopal INDIVIDUAL SCORING Points Games Average IIM PARRISH 256 20 12.8 11111. NOLAN ., 163 9.1 1,ARRY IIORNING 156 7.8 JIM SHRIVICR . 146 7.3 I'A'1' IIALICY . . 76 7.6 ICD CLAXTON . . 66 3.7 BILL ROSS , . , 40 2.8 TOM DAILY 20 1.4 JACK DAY .,.. 14 1.6 HUGH O'DONNIiLI. ll .9 l'1i'I'1i D1i1.,L ..... 4 1.0 CHARLIE BONINI 2 .3 BASKETBALL I -snuuum-f-.- ""F""" i . y i i .,..,.wA..t.. fi up-gin Despite a record of fifteen losses and Hve wins, last place in the Catholic league, and weak defensive play, the Prep Five displayed a fine offensive in most of its games. An average of 48 points per game would seem to be sufficient to win more than five games. However, the Prep defense could not keep down the opponents scoring and as a result several scoring marks were set against the Little Hoyas. Jim Parrish was the team's high scorer with 256 points. His height, ability to cover the basket and scoring were assets to the team. Bill Nolan, Larry Horning and Jim Shriver had three figure scoring records. St. Paul's upset Prep in the opening game but the team brought home victories over De Matha and Rockville. A losing streak of eleven games followed. A victory over St. Anthony's in the last Catholic league game ended the streak but failed to keep us from the cellar. VARSITY BASKETBALL V 7950-51 A 5 ' . f fy! Mr. Coupe coach, Wallace, Dell, Dolan, Ellis, O'Brien, Crowley, Ayers, Frosh Opp. 2l Leland 20 36 Gonzaga 54 13 Gonzaga 59 23 St. Anthony's 26 35 St. Paul's 27 32 De Matha 42 I8 St. John's 63 18 Gonzaga 60 33 St. Anthony's 35 35 St. Paul's 34 24 Loyola QBaltimorej 28 38 St. Paul's 28 43 jf 5 rs ' 5 522. ...Q , 4 all Conger, Timmick, Berry, Cahill? O'Connor, Murphy, Kennedy. JUNIOR VARSITY FRESHMEN 3rd row: N. Kennedy, Haley, Krebs, Evans, Bonini. 2nd row: Gandia, mgr., Claxton, Parrish L Kennedy Day Mr, Mitchell, coach. lst row: Roddy, Brown, D'Albora, Hannegan, Horning, Reid. Prep 6 4 3 5 17 VARSITY BASEBALL Coolidge . , . Wilson ..,.. St. John's .. Gonzaga . . , St. Anthony's De Matha . . St. Paul ,... St. John's . . A Chamberlain Gonzaga . . . St. Anthony's De Matha A . Episcopal .. Anacostia .. St. Alban's A Friends ., Loyola . . . Devitt . . , Priory . . 4 OPP 4 . 1 1 2 1 5 Q ff," -Q T, fair 45 1 ul' 1 '15 Q gf Q ' Amid BNWT 'A ggx A 5, R -Q i,1-J , I? f"F"' 5, W if. . I" 1 ' ,Q . . f, :yr V my. alaska 0 xp' 5 pav"'? - 3 47 'Uh gt. A 7. 'S Y , f ' Q ,r 55- f .fy-,N X ' , 9 . 1 D I ,,. Q' J? J umor Varsity els Mr. Kelly prepares his team for bunting practices: Standing: O'Connor, Lewis, Pierson, O'Brien, Hannibal, Nizo- lek, Berry, Amado, Ordway, Mergner, Lasa, J. Dibert, mgr. Kneeling: Ayers, Cardonne, Bortnick. Freshmen Standing: Hearne, Harrigan, Schreier, Martindill, stein, Muir. I n ' :- . - i f ,L . , I-siQ5S5iie , iw .lk Caulfield, Timmick. Kneeling: Lleras, Murphy, Stewart. Vern- GOLF . 4+ ,nf ml Cahill, O'Brien, Mitchell, Nash, Shriver, Mr. Long and Mehr pose on the ninth green. Howerdd is missing from the picture. The Veteran fthough young in yearsj golf team is perhaps the strongest that Prep or the Metropolitan League has seen for many years. Captain Mike Mehr, Howercld, Nash, O'Brien, Mitchell, Cruise, and Cahill participate in most of the matches. Challenge rounds in the squad have kept the team in top competitive form. The record made thus far would seem to promise another League Championship. 5 Prep Roosevelt . , 8 Fairfax . 9 YVestern . . 8 B.C.C. ,... . 9 De Matha .. Falls Church , . . . Montgomery Blair Gonzaga ........ St. John's . . . Bullis ,..,...,.. Wfashington-Lee . St. Alban's ...,. Wilson ., opp. 2 1 0 1 0 TENNIS 'Q N' - H' . foo s Q, r m K' me ' 6 , X 3 , is ns of ,avi af ' M 3, W , ., 5, - ,K ... ag Ez ' 5 4' x E - A ,.. ., My eng .5 5 G..- E -, :QM .JK G, ...an Q if ,'M'f:'i57?if,-flglwgi , , ,MX-. , aa, 3,5314 .M Q 'Mwmww ' 'ig ' ' ' u g ll - Q on ik Ye .v1,1 ,?' ik- TQ Y , ' " SQ'Qgu? 'X 3 r ig 5 lk H 5 H f 'E . E P a ,mx vt ,t??'4379,+x Hv.,MN . , ,,"rf,i,' fgw., sv. 'vs.,,f' ' l ., y u ,, 1 "M, "1m,' 'fx fl .., U . ' U' :t"'4 in M w 3 v E 11" 8, , . ,,gf5 ifif mi? 1' ' Mr. Gallagher's net-men. Wallace, Dell, Toolan, O'Connell, Bursley. 0 xmas R N is SCHEDULE G.P. 3 Gonzaga G. U. Frosh Gonzaga St. Albans Episcopal Friends OPP 2 -3 1 N3 - tt' SEPTEMBER Whee! Back to school. First eraser thrown. Fr. Maloney begins to teach. No sign of Georgie and Tam. Georgie appears and looks someone in the eye-Mr. Bernardi. Hughie shows prowess in the art of readingg Kennedy approves. Tam appears. Earnest, Logrippo and Nolan retire from Trig class. Why did everyone move to the front of French class? 6A spends thirty minutes in trans- lating Finis coronat opus. First physics test-a snap. First football gameg O'Donnell gets a workoutg we win! Was Shriver cheating or was it Brault? First Trig test-poor Felix. Fr. Cummings plays magician. We beat St. Alban's-two in a row. ' . 552 ...N A sw 15 OCTOBER French test delayed. First Trig test comes back. Who passed? Physicals-O'Donnell is kept away from the scale. Prep bows to Loyolag Whence the black eye, Don? O'Donoghue arrives in class after pri- vate studies. Retreat begins with Fr. Wheeler as Retreat Master. Marks read-Wills safeg O'Donoghue, too,-no marks. Blackie is on a cane. Earnest stars in first one-act-play. Prep has midnight raid. Nolan clears out the airg Mr. Connor clears out Nolan. johnnies are lucky-Prep fights hard. Senior class almost has picture taken on the lawn. lnformals' taken. Devitt goes home the losers. Senior portraits arriveg some are dis- appointed in nature. McClelland wants a round year bookg Mr. Erhart thinks differently. Preference tests taken by 6B. Frannie scores high as a bookie. DECEMBER 6A and 6B intramural communica- tions are established. Will the wall last? The four begin to march. The four begin to write. Mr. Connor pulls a sneak attack with Trig test to commemorate Pearl Har- bor. Mother's Club is entertained by Bro. Oswald, O'D0noghue and Shriver. Mehr writes a poem for D'Albora and becomes poet laureate. Marks readg Brault, Bonini and Mc- Clelland tie for first. Basketball season opens. Prep defeats De Matha 60-57. Mr. Connor offers surprise bargain. Who can refuse? Father-Son Banquetg vacation begins. NOVEMBER ' Wilson told to wise up. Prep loses. Kennedy wants a short answer in Eng- lish class. Mr. Bernardi uses two testsg every other row Hunks. Sodality Dance. Prep loses to Gonzaga. Burbridge to Fr. Cummings, "But I don't have flaps on my car." McCarthy gets 102 in Trig: 10, 20, 35, 32. Prep defeats Bullis. Record for season 4-4. Earnest stars in "Box and Cox". Thanksgiving Vacation begins. Back to the grind-gloom. Snowbound travelers arrive-wel- come Mr. Joyce. Logrippo refuses to believe that a bil- liard ball has mountains. JANUARY 4. Boarders return, but reluctantly. 8. After school French class called. 10. Prep beats Rockville. ll. Seniors begin to cram. 12. Sean gets his handy reference notes prepared. 18. English exam-a snap. 19 Senior Prom much more' successful than the Physics exam. 22. 6B doesn't like the Latin exam. 23. French exam and Mr. Kelly disap- point the Seniors. 26. Mid term holiday. 29. Welcome back, Fr. Mac. 30. Abello sells his crib notes and leaves for G.U. 31. Fr. Cummings shows us a set of chimes. 'ras I ..ky ,J fl SENIOR 86 FEBRUARY l. Haberkorn and Matthews head for N.D. to become college men. 2. VVeatherman becomes our friend and closes school for the day. 3. Prep loses to Priory. 4. Mr. Erhart gives 6B a "short" Latin quiz. 6. Fr. Mac's first English test-wow! 8. Gonzaga defeats Prep. 1 1 The mud bowl game ends in a tie. O'Donnells give a dinner for the foot- ball and basketball teams. Von Phul takes an avid interest in Physics. Q Haberkorn becomes a high school boy again. Smilin' Bob comes to 6B. Three seniors become sailors. Every Tuesday is sailing day. The Washington Day sale attracts senior bargain hunters. The French class list revealed some animals on the roster besides seniors. MARCH 6. Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomor- row. 8. Poker games are played in strange places. 14. Wilson teaches Mr. Erhart a lesson in politeness. 16. Sean pays for a door. 17. 6B are far from 15150. 20. Easter Vacation! 28. The generous boys from 6B have the school to themselves. APRIL 3. Tam and joe wear their sailor suits. 7. junior Dance a success. 13. Prep defeats St. Johns. 18. and Gonzaga. 21. The YEAR BOOK goes to press- we hope. Q' CALENDAR Best Speaker . . Best Student ....... Did School for Most . Did Most for School . Best Athlete ....... Best Football Player . Best Basketball Player Best Baseball Player . Most Dignified .... Wittiest ...... Best Looking . . . . . . . .EARNEST MCCLELLAND O'DONOGI-IUE ECKRICI-I . . . .CLAXTON . .P. ECKRICH .......NOLAN . . . .CLAXTON . . . . . .WILSON .HABERKORN .....N. KENNEDY Best Dressed .... .N. KENNEDY Sleepiest .......... ..... V ONPHUL Man About Town . . . ...... BRAULT Best All-Round Activator . . ...... P. ECKRICH Favorite Teacher ....... .... F R. CUMMINGS Favorite Year of School .... ......,. S ENIOR Most Interesting Subject .... .... P HYSICS Quietest ................. ........ W ILSON Favorite Cigarette . . . .... 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MSGR. JOHN S. SPENCE THE VERY REV. DAVID NUGENT, THE REV. WILLIAM F. MALONEY, S.J. THE REV. ALFRED F. KIENLE, S.J. Mr. 8: Mrs. Emilio Abello Dr. 8: Mrs. Mrs. Helen R. Amado Kunkle Archer Mr. 8: Mrs. L. J. Aske Mr. 8: Mrs. Anton F. Auth Mrs. William Ayers Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mrs. Albert Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Berry James W. Bonbrest Louis A. Bonini A. Gordon Boone E. Brault Ra mond T Brown Mrs. Edwin B. Earnest Hon. 8: Mrs. Herman P. Eberharter Mr. 8: Mrs. Clement P. Eckrich Mr. 8: Mrs. Herman J. Eckrich Dr. 8: Mrs. George Ellis Dr. 8: Mrs. Charles A. Furey Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard J. Gallagher Mrs. Edward Gallagher Lt. Col. 8: Mrs. Amaury Gandia Mr. 8: Mrs. Enrique Garcia Mr. y . Mr. 8: Mrs. Claude Jules Brulatour Mr. 8: Mrs. Clinton Burbridge Mr. 8: Mrs. Gibbons Burke Commander 8: Mrs. Frank P. Cahill Mr. 8: Mrs. Gerard M. Cahill Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Garvey Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. 8: Mrs. Joseph Gawler 8: Mrs. William P. Gildea, Jr. Marion Grant Thomas Griffith 8: Mrs. A. Haberkorn Mr. 8: Mrs. Bles Cardonne Mr. 8: Mrs. James Anthony Cassidy Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mrs. James Robert S. Caviness Harry L. Claxton C. De Witt Coffman Clarence Conger L. Connors Commander 8: Mrs. T. R. Cooley Mrs. Thomas R. Crowley Rear Admiral Edgar Cruise Dr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs William Cusack John R Daily Dr. 8: Mrs.. John B.'D'Albora Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Datto Col. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. James H. Day C. D. Dean Countess de Guadalete Mr. 8: Mrs. Julian P. Dell Mr. 8: Mrs. Ovide de St. Aubin Mr. 8: Mrs. Grant Dibert Mr. 8: Mrs. Bartholomew Diggins Dr. 8: Mrs. John Vincent Dolan Mr. 8: Mrs. John F. Donahue Mr. 8: Mrs. Arthur C. Doty Mrs. John J. Haggerty Mr. 8: Mrs. Andrew G. Haley Mr. 8: Mrs. Peter Haley Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Hanley Mrs. Robert E. Hannegan Dr. 8: Mrs. John E. Hannibal Mr. 8: Mrs. C. Gay Harrell Mr. 8: Mrs. W. D. Harrigan Mr. 8: Mrs. Herbert Harvey Hon. 8: Mrs. John J. Hearne Mr. 8: Mrs. F. George Heinze Mr. 8: Mrs. John R. 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LOUIS HATZES, Associate Georgetown Prep '45 NA. 6330 LO. 5-1204 Compliments of COMPLIMENTS srntsn PHARMACY OF Statler Hotel A FRIEND W. N. TBRADSHAW ---------------------------------v A Welcome To The Famous M Hospitality Corner! B THE AMBASSADOR HOTEL- l4th and K STS-I N. W. A Washington's complete hotel-famous for fine service and hos- S pitality. In addition to fine guest facilities, the Ambassador's convenient location makes it iust the place for dining, club activities, social functions, cocktails and recreation. For any S occasion, plan it at The Ambassador! A Ambassador Dining Room Ambassador Barber Shop Hi-Hat Cocktail Lounge Ambassador Health Club D Ambassador Cottee Shop Ambassador Swimming Pool The New Flamingo Room Private Dining Rooms 0 Phone NAtiona.l 8510 For Reservations AMBASSADQR HOTEL " 500 Rooms With Bath-Ample Parking Facilities mb JoHN SCHLOTTERBECK, Manager " K Compliments Of Montgomery County National Bank Rockville, Maryland LlVlNGSTON'S CIVILIAN and UNIFORM Outfitters for over 65 years Specializing in professional clothing 906-908 7th St., N, W., Washington, D. C. NA. 4312 F. W. Bolgiano 81 Co., Inc. Washington, D. C. Seeds - Plants - Bulbs Farm and Garden Tools 8a Implements Fertilizers and Insecticides Power and Hand Mowers 411 New York Ave., N. E. FRanklin 4800 1220 H Street, N. W. NAtionaI 0091 Julius Garfinckel 81 Co. F Street at Fourteenth Spring Valley Store Massachusetts Avenue at 49th Compliments Of CONNIE HARRELL-45 JACK HARRELL-46 BURT HARRELL-51 Nun son, Compliments of lil. iii 6466 CARL MOTORS, INC 7701 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda 14, Maryland OLiver 2121 Hudson Sales 8a Service The Shade Shop 830 13th Street, N. W. RE. 6262 FINE QUALITY VENETIAN BLINDS DUPONT TONTING WASHABLE WINDOW SHADES COMPLETE RENOVATING SERVICE S. A. CATTI E1 SON WHOLESALE FOOD PRODUCTS 1317 Maine Avenue, S. W Washington 4, D. C. Compliments of PEHPETU!-XL BUILDING ASSUEIATIUN Hth ond E St., N. W. Town fr Country G E APPLIANCES - DEVOF PAINTS BUILDER HARDWARE Commerce Lane at Old Georgetown R d DRI CLEANING REPAIRING ALTERATIONS Tl Dy? F Pkp dDl y Phone: Oliver- 'I500 Mclntire Hordwo re LOckwood 5-1 800 'I0804 Lin K ngton M coln A yl Open Every Day from 'll A. M. to 12 P. M. QCCIDENTAL RESTAURANT Compliments "Where Statesmen Dine" FAMOUS FOR FOOD Of Dean of Capitol Restaurants Mecca of Washingtonians CORSON and GRUMAN STILAKS - CHOPS SEA FOODS 'I4'I'l Pennsylvania Ave., N. W. Washington, D. C. PATRONIZE Compliments of Lyon Park Harry J. Davenport, M.C. Ta 'verm Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Q "Where friends meet friends" The Tolman Laundry LAUNDERERS - DRY CLEANERS Compliments LINEN SUPPLY - RENTAL Of We Call For and Deliver A FRIEND Phone W0 7800 5248 Wisconsin Avenue Edward E. Ayre, Inc. JEW'ELERS i' MAYFLOWER HOTEL NAtionaI 2122 - District 3000 'A' Designers of Fine jewelry HAMILTON WVATCHES MILL 8- LUMBER CO. MILLWORK - ROOFING - INSULATION 4736 Bethesda Avenue, Bethesda, Md. Phone: WI. 6300 i' i' EISINGER BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. PAINT - HARDWARE ALUMINUM PRODUCTS 7327 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, Md Phone OL. 3600 A NAME OF LZz!241fzaZf2f4zafQ9?zme IN WASHINGTON, D. C. We A HILTON HOTEL C. J. MACK General Manager AIR-CONDITIONED ROOMS Compliments of Columbia Specialty Company, Inc. FUEL OIL 503 Bradley Boulevard Chevy Chase, Maryland Compliments of so DJ CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Mills Building WI. 7700 H. SPUND, Proprietor Phones, Woodley 4637-2374 Compliments Livinqslon Movkel "Where Quality and Seruiee of JAMES P. MEWSHAW Reign Supreme" WINES . LIQUORS - CORDIALS 5516 Connecticut Avenue Chevy Chase, D. C. Best Wishes To THE CLASS OF '51 From The Georgetown Mothers, Club Marsh Er McLennan INCORPORATED Insurance Brokers CONSULTING ACTUARIES AVERAGE ADJUSTERS 70 Pine Street, New York Chicago New York San Francisco Minneapolis Detroit Los Angeles Pittsburgh Seattle St. Louis St. Paul Indianapolis Portland Superior Washington Cleveland Columbus Phoenix Vancouver Montreal Havana Boston Duluth Buffalo London . . . Those who lind pleasure in distinctive appointments . . . gracious hospitality . . . Courteous service . . . superb food . . . have come to admire Washingtons Hotel Statler. Whether you visit us for an evening of entertainment, a fine meal, or an extended stay, you will find the Hotel Statler suited to your every taste. HERBERT C. BLU NGK M arzager HOTEL STATLER Washington, D. C. NATIUNALLY FAMIIUS Fllli HUSPITALITY Conveniently located UARLTO HOTEL Sixteenth St. at K. N. W. M . SUCCESS AND GOD S BLESSING T THE CLASS OF 51 MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. HORIGAN ARUBA, N. W. I. A GEORGETOWN PREP FATHER IN BEHALF OF HIS SON SAYS "THANK YOU" TO THE FACULTY OF GEORGETOWN PREP FOR A JOB WELL DONE. HOFFMAN COMPANY, Inc. Leland L. Fisher, Inc. Exclusive Cleaners Since 1915 Successor to D. M. BLANKFORD LUMBER - MILLWORK - PAINT Telephone: Tkinidad 4000 BUlLDER'S HARDWARE, ETC. DM'-Y FREE PICK UP In DELIVERY Phone: 4311 Main Office and Plant ROCKVILLE, MD. 1530 Pennsylvania Avenue, S. E. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Sl'lOLL'S NEW CAFETERIA SHOLL'S COLONIAL CAFETERIA 9 1433 K STREET, N. W. S 1032 CONNECTICUT AVENUE NEAR STATLER NEAR MAYFLOWER Vfhy Complain of High Prices, when you can eat so reasonable at Shol1': Cafeteria, where Food is Prepared Right, Served Right, and Priced Right. Patriotisam 8c Religion are Necessary in business. Buy Your DODGE or PLYMOUTH Car, Truck or Station Wagon at LEO RCCCA, Incorporated 4301 Connecticut Avenue, N. W. EMerson 7900 Fine Apparel for the Compliments Qnnrgetnhm of College Man AAA: ae gi s "University Shop" C f 36h 8: N Street, N. W. HU 5252 Dr. ond Mrs. D'AIboro BETH ESDA CAB, Inc. "WE GO ANYWHERE" "ANYTlME"' 7749 Old Georgetown Road Bethesda ll, Maryland Remember the Phone No. WI 8500 UPTOWN FLOWER SHOP We specialize in All Kinds of Corsages Weddings 8: Funeral Designs WOodley 9736 3414 Conn. Ave., N. W. Open every day 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. Ca rbfert' gs BACHSCHMID 81 MITCHELL JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS 7337 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda, Md. WI 5465 Don't Sell Your Real Estate without consulting us. Our 65 years of ex- perience is your assurance of receiving com- petent and intelligent service. Your inquiry, without obligation, is cordially invited. JOHN F. DONOHOE 81 SONS Realtors Est. 1884 314 Pa. Ave., S. E. LI. 3-0084 Sales - Property Management Loans - Insurance EIIYTHING ELEGTRIUAL UNDER THE SU Everything Electrical Under the Sun INCLUDING ntorola RADIO if TELEVISICJN : : I E V A Compliments of Complzments of mrennnuonln. Colony House 4244 Colmecficut Ave., N. W. STEWARDS' and CATERERS' Dealers in Fine Furniture Open every night until 9 P. M. ASSOCIATION Saturday until 6 P. M. Local 34 WO. 4244 Compliments of Compliments of CORRADOS, INC. Interior Designers Fine Furniture, Draperies, Carpets 8: Lamps MR' and MRS' C' P' ECHRICH 4477 Conectieut Ave., N. W, Gull Lake, Michigan Open Tuesday and Thursday until 9 P. M. Ordway 5545-6 otorola Wishes the Sons of GEORGETOWN PREP GOOD LUCK On Their journey Through Life Simon Distributing Corporation Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Maryland A Hearty Sal to GEORGETOWN PREP To its PRIESTS, PREFECTS ond TEACHERS AND TO ITS ENTIRE STUDENT BODY FROM A FRIEND FROM PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA The Workshop of the World HERMAN P. EBERHARTER Serving the Students of Georgetown Prep and the O"FORMICA" SINK TOPS Bethesda-Chevy Chase QVENETIAN BLINUS Community i IWINDOW SHADES Smce 1929 ' OLINOLEUMS 8. TILES I-USER THEATRE ..,.....,,. 7414 WISC. AVE. ' BETHESDA, MD. Phono no ASSAVU S 1 5 - E ,, Oliver 2204 I V l 1Q , EA.mLQl Vlnhinghn'slcvgnlVlIndcwShd1-Vanilla Iliad-Linoleum Mn! Movies Are Better Than Ever!" TELEPHONE SU FERIOR 7-5737 Ca ravetta Foods Co. """' """ IMPORTERS - MANUFACTURES - JOBBERS CHEESE and FOOD SPECIALTIES 33-35 West Kinzie St., Chicago 10, Illinois COMPLIMENTS A FRIEND Alvignone Freres For 'I777 Columbia Road, N. W. Washington 9, D. C. past 30 years, Town 8: Country known caterers and confectioners RESTAURANT Tempting cuisine at its best served daily and Sunday CO. 0333 well Metropolitan Poultry Company Inc. SERVING THE BEST FOODS To The Finest Institutions POULTRY - FROSTED FOODS BUTTER - CHEESE - SHORTENINGS 425 'l'Ith St., S. W., Washington 4, D, C Phones District 2044 ta 49 Telephone DI. 3626 EX. 8583 Maurice J. Colbert Co. The Lee Morkey Co., Inc. ,Na-,,,oMm, "House of Service" PLUMBING - HEATING 925.927 H sum. N.w. ROOFING Washington 1, D. C. MAURICE R. COLBERT, President GIFTS - BARMART 1908 M St. N. W., Washington, D. C Compliments of NCJRRISTGWN RUC- MFG. CG. Norristown, Po. o God Guide cmd Bless The Closs of '51 HELENE AND STEWART VON PHUL THE GANG ALWAYS MEETS A1 TI-IE is Q5 G Q, not SIIUPPES FAMOUS UllvE'lN RESTAURANTS AL Kind? G? Sons Cho FLORISTS - NURSERYMEN Rockville Maryland Phone: Rockville 3958 Telephone DI. 3626 EX. 8583 Maurice J. Colbert Co. The Lee Markey Co., Inc. ,Nco,,,0,,Am, "House of Service" PLUMBING - HEATING 925-927 H sneer. N.w. ROOFING Washington 1, D. C. MAURICE R. COLBERT, President GIFTS - BARMART 1908 M St. N. W., Washington, D. C Compliments of NCRRISTGWN RUC- MFG. CO. Norristown, Po. nfs, K. koxda 817 H Sf. N. W. 11111 81 F Sis. N. W 611 7111 ST. N. W. God Guide cmd Bless The Closs of '51 HELENE AND STEWART VON PHUL THE GANG ALWAYS MEETS Al THE QA op Q Q QQ Q :Qin SIIGPPES FAMOUS DRIVE-IN RESTAURANTS AL G3wdk E? Sons Cb, FLORISTS - NURSER YMEN Rockville Maryland Phone: Rockville 3958 The Mayflower Pharmacy C. L. PAYNE, Ph.G., Owner THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL WASHINGTON, D. C IHONE NATO AL ONESXONILSX Compliments Of Clancy Limousine Service, Inc. MEtropoIitan 1345 Cpl f Sidney's Orchestra THE EMAYFLOWER S. A. Prees 8 Ee. 'I221 Main Avenue, S. W RE. 3390 Phone: NAtionoI 2941 - 2942 - 2943 National Hotel Supply Co., Inc. Meats and Provisions 412 Twelfth Street S. W. Washington 4, D. C. R. P. ANDREWS PAPER COMPANY OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND STATIONERY DIVISION OFFICE AND SCHOOL FURNITURE AND SUPPLIES Phone: Ripublic 8250 718 Thirteenth Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. SALES SERVICE '51 FORD 6 8. 8 CYLINDER ENGINES "YOU CAN PAY MORE - - But YOU CAN'T BUY BETTER!" Huckville Motor Cn. Incorporated ROCKVI LLE, MARYLAND SA LES REN TS RAYMUND H. HUPPERT 1017 7th St., N. W. Washington 'l, D. C. STerIing 8484 PROPERTY IIIANAGEIIIEZVT-INSURANCE LEO A. WALSHE, President BART J. WALSHE, Vice President ESTABLISHED 1889 P. J. WALSHE, INC. REAL ESTATE SALES - LOANS - RENTS - INSURANCE 1115 Eye Street, N. W., Washington 5, D, C. National 6468 The FINEST in LAWN GRASS and AGRICULTURAL SEEDS . . . James J. Ruppert HARDWARE SEE GROWERS 8- IMPORTERS NAtional 0510 1021 7th Street N. W. Washington, D- C The Besi to the Class of 951 Hpzrep Mem at Georgfemwmzw 1 f I V - M , -. ' . , 0 , . , f I 'J T?-f' Q ' . fi +A-ee flaw in wwM 'MZ A .,64.u,6a,6Z MMU , ybalv' V '? 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