Georgetown Preparatory School - Cupola Yearbook (North Bethesda, MD)
- Class of 1954
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the Senior Class of
Georgetown Preparatory Sohool
gfg 9 9 gf Q gsysygo Garrett Park, Maryland
Interior View of the beautiful Students' Clmpcl,
The Nlain group of School Buildings in
The Campanile of the Stu-
dents' Chapel in late fall.
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For his genuine interest and enthusiastic help
in all branches of school activity, for his tempering
of the diflleult task of Prefect of Discipline with
understanding, for his sympathetic guidance and
hne sense of hunlorg but more, for things known
to ourselves alone, we owe Fr. Dugan a debt that
we may never fully realize. And so, with deepest
ullcclion and gratitude, we the Class of 19541, dedi-
cate this, our yearbook, to a line Priest and a line
inun, Reverend Thomas J. Dugan, SJ.
FR. THOMAS J. DUGAN, SJ.
Prefect of Discipline
Fr. Dugan gives Murphy a welcome package
from home. Aiken hopes it's edible.
Pre ect o Studxes
We the Cla s of 1954 wlsh to extend to Fr
Phxllp A lVIcCreevy SJ a warm and cordlal wel
come durmg tlns h1 Bret year at Georgetown Prep
He has glven to all of us valuable counsel ln the
lmportant and dlffieult Lholce of college and future
career Wlth bet wlahes for the future we s1n
cerely hope that he wxll enjoy hls years at Prep as
we haxe enjoyed ours Welcome Father
FR PHILIP A McGREEVY, S J
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OUR FACULTY AND ,ADMINISTRATORS are Religious and layf
men dedicated to God and skilled in the arts and sciences
in which they so generously and patiently instruct us. In
this they are perfectly fulfilling the symbolism of our Seal
wherein the great eagle clutches a cross in the talon to the
left and a terrestrial globe in the talon to the right. Over
the head of the eagle is the lyre, the traditional symbol of
the liberal arts.
To the Faculty goes our praise and grati'
REV. WILLIAM A. RYAN, SJ.
As Rector and Headmaster of Georgetown Prepara-
tory School, Fr. Ryan has a keen interest in the
welfare of the individual student as well as in the
prosperity of the school as a whole. We know that
the majority of his work-day is devoted to projects
for the continual betterment of the school, but we
are honored when he steals time enough from his
work to lend his presence at school activities and
Fr. Ryan works out a response to an
My dear graduates:
ln the name of all the Faculty, l congratulate you
willl deep sincerity on attaining the goal of your gradu-
ation. It was not lightly wong helrind your diplomas
stand many hours of patient toil, perseverance, and
Remember, though, that this graduation is only
one milestone on your path through life. There are
many other goals to he won. and very few of them
easily To each of us, in Cod's good providence, there
comes a full share of difliculties and hardships, of
temptations to discouragement, and all the otller con-
sequences of living in this vale of tears.
How well you meet these tests is in your hands.
You have every right to face the future with confidence,
for you have learned here at Georgetown Prep how to
light these hattles. how to 'flake it" with a smile and
come up fighting. The work represented by your
diplomas has hecn a training in true Christian living
as well as a training of your faculties. You may look
hack on it with juslihahle satisfactiong the remembrance
of the dilhculties you have overcome here should en-
courage you to keep up the good Hght you have already
Never lower your sights! Remember, you are not
alone. You have the prayers and example of your
good parents. You have the supernatural helps of
grace gained through the Sacraments, through prayer
and sacrifice. You have the constant, tender and ever-
vigilant care of Mary, our Mother. Under her guidance
may you continue on the path you have enteredg under
her motherly care may you enjoy a never-ending com-
panionship with her diiine Son, our Lord and Saviour
WILLIAM A. RYAN, Sl.
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Rev. Paul F. X. Leary, SJ.
Rev. William V. Cummings, SJ.
Mr Augustine J Coupe AB
Biology Chemistry Mathematics
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Mr james P Bradley
Latin English Religion Hxstory
Mr Francis L Duffy SJ
English French Religion
Rev Henry A Hammett, S
Student Counselor English Religion
Mr ohn E Joyce AB
English History Mathematzcs
"""' Dr Paul R Locher A B I, M Ph D
Fr Hammett and Mr Moan seem
cheerful as they start off the mornmg
Rev Kelvm 'I' MacKavanagh SJ
Latm Englxsh Greek
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Mr. J. Alexander MacMurtrie. SJ.
Latin, Greek, English, Religion
mysteries of Reference.
Mr. Paul Alexander McNeil, A.B., A.M.
Mr. Francis X. Moan, SJ.
Latin, Greek, English, Religion
Mr. William J. McGrath, SJ.
English, Religion, Mathematics
Mr. McNeil guides Luigi through some of the
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Rev. Donald C. Reilly, SJ.
Lalin, English, Religion
Mr. Edward C. Yakovanis, SJ.
English, History, Religion
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Mr. Francis J. Schemel, SJ. Mr. Thomas V. Whelan, A.B
German, History History, Latin
Mr. Thomas B. Wright, A.B., lVl.A.
Mr. Joyce and Dr. Locher enjoy a few moments
of relaxation together.
Messrs Joyce Wright Coupe and
McNe1l recoup from the mornmg
Br ames A Brown, S J
Br Thomas J Greene SJ
Br Alfredo Oswald S J
Tuixouoii ouR FOUR YEARIS of high school we have been
educated according to the traditions of Jesuit education in
force at Georgetown Prep. These traditions are calculated
to produce graduates who will go on to become leaders in
their chosen fields. The motto in our Seal tells us what
ideal we should have in life. Its words "Utraque Unumn
are in effect an exhortation to us to inspire our practical
knowledge with the Christian spirit, so that our school may
always be proud of our services to God and Country.
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JOHN P BERCKEMEYER
Peruvum Embassy Washington D C
ov SIX year man Ardent soccer fan Dlstm
gulshed dresser Sports car enthuslast Good dancer
Member of the unlform society Usually appears at
Dlplomatlc gathermgs or seen about town ln hls M G
football 55 Tmck 456 Sodallty 6 Dance Commntee 3456
CHARLES E BERRY
4819 Drummond Anenue Chevy Chase Maryland
Chuck Master of En lrsh and Grammar rules
B C C Motorcy cle Kld Got a crewcut once Crow
ley looks rlght at me Aw Father I need the polnt
Remember the team of 49 Lets Cahlll use hls cllp
board Mlsses bus on days of I atm test Great basket
ball player Stop sllufflln Cahlll and deal the cards
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PETER K. BUTLER
5121 Tilden Street. N.W. Washington, D. C.
Pete . . . The best all-around athlete in the class . . . Relaxed '
. . . Outstanding member of Fr. Mac's English class . . .
Ex-boarder . . . Came here in Sophomore year from Wilson
. . . Might join the Marines . . . The Phantom . . . Ushers at
the Avalon . . . Three-letter man.
Football 4, Varsity 5,65 Intramural Basketball 4,5, Varsity 6g Base-
ball Varsity 4,5,6.
JAMES WILLIAM BONBREST III
3300 West Coquelm Terrace Chevy Chase Maryland
Bom Will follow Eddie to Fordham Dean Martin
of Garrett Park Has e'1son ticket to lNalty s room
Good speaker with lots of estures Dresses well favant
gardel Smokes two packs a day Half owner of tht
Villa Ro a Ad man for the Cupola Definite ideas
on College Education
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Villa Feliz c. central Este Camaquey, Cuba
"Fats" . . . Six-year man . . . Great President-of-the-Yard
. . . Tremendous school spirit . . . Half-owner of the "flame-
thrower" . . z Constant trouble from Albany . . . Good at
football and baseball . . . Always around when there is work
to be done . . . Great guy . . . Usually hunting Nalty to
help clean the room.
Football 1,2,3,4,5, Varsity 63 Baseball 1,2,3,4-, Varsity 5,63 Basketball
2,3g Intramural Basketball 4,5,6g Sodality 1,2,3,4,5,6, Officer 3,49
Choir 4,5,6g Class Officer 1,2,3,4,5g President of the Yardg Berch-
mans' Society 2,3,4,5,6g Dance Committee 3,4,5,6.
JOHN T. CAHILL
5515 Grove Street Chevy Chase, Maryland
John . . . Another inveterate card player . . . Never seen
without a coat and tie . . . Firm believer in clipboards . . .
Proud possessor of the notebook which contains Fr. lVlac's
own translation . . . One of the big three on the Golf Team
. . . Will follow his brother to Georgetown . . . Has had a
crewcut for the past two years.
Sodality 3g Basketball 33 Intramural Basketball 4,5,6g Golf 3, Var-
PHILIP A. CAULFIELD
8 West Lenox Street Chevy Chase, Maryland
Phil. . . Avid St. Mary's fan . . . collegiate dresser . . .
Medically inclined . . . a firm believer that bed is the best
cure-all . . . always has a good story to tell . . . works dur-
ing the Summer . . . "Down at the office, one of the secre-
taries said . . " . . . Serious minded . . . Editor of "The Blue
and Cray" . . . Member of the Chevy Chase mob.
Class Officer 3,65 Blue and Gray 5,6. Editor-in-Chief 63 Baseball 33
Football 3g Intramural Basketball 4,5,6g Sodality 69 Debating 5,69
Cunola 63 Dance Committee 3,4.5.6.
THOMAS P. CAROLAN
612 East Leland Street Chevy Chase, Maryland
Tom . . . Jarring tackles . . . The boy with the well-groomed
hair . . . Summers at Chincoteague fcarrying lumberl . . .
Hates Cadillacs . . . Plans to go on to Georgetown . . . wears
different and distinctive neckties . . . Another Chevy Chase
boy . . . Earnest talks with Jay Welsh . . . Finally came to
a Prep dance . . . Has that Jowa sense of humor.
Football 3,4', Varsity 5,65 Intramural Basketball 5.6: Baseball 35
Sodality 35 Track 6.
H JEROME CLAY
'51 West Lenox Street Chevy Chase Maryland
Jerry May or may not glVC Harvey back hls car
Serlous student There goes another transmlsslon
Collec or of modern Jazz Vlfglnla glrls are better
Llterary Edltor of The Blue and Cray Writes moflern
1st1c comps for Fr Mac Poet of 6A Crown Prxnce
Baseball 3 Track 36 Sodallty 34 Blue and Cray 56 Llterary
PETER M DALEY
401 McKmley Parkway Bu alo New Yor
Pete Owns the most C0llCgl3tC clothes ln the school
Rosary Hour l just mlssed honors agaln Can make
the smallest story lnto a comedy productlon Hey
PIZZH Pre Must have a dlctaphone hldden ln the
Clolster Plays touch for keeps
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JAMES R. EDMONSTON
606 Pickwick Lane Chevy Chaise, Marylaml
Jim . . . Acknowledged expert on anything that has to do
with railroads . . . Likes ties that stand out in a crowd
. . . Baron of Rosdue Castle . . . Never been known to lose
his temper . . . ls now the biggest in the class . . . Drove a
Pontiac for a while . . . Now has switched to Packard.
Football 33 Baseball 3,45 Sodality 3,6g Intramural Basketball 5,6.
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JOSEPH M. DIBERT
Ryland Lakes Club, R.R. No. 5 Covington, Kentucky
"Little Joe" . . . The boy with the magnetic smile . . . Mad
inventor of the Senior Corridor . . . Everybody's friend . . .
"The fuse blew?7' . . . Founder and Senior partner of
Wright Brothers at Prep . . . Collects lethal weapons . . .
lnhabits last outpost between civilization and the "Herm-
itage" . . . A technical arguer . . . plans to study engineer-
ing at M.I.T.
Football 3g Sodality 4-,5,6g Track Mgr. 4,5g Berchmans' Society 63
Blue and Gray 6g Rifle 6.
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2236 Que Street, NW. Washington, D. C.
Bernie . . . Hopes to go to West Point . . . Active in D. C.
Boys' Club . . . Often seen at higher class social gatherings
. . . Disappears at 3:00 o,cl'ock . . . Takes life seriously . . .
Quiet and likeable . . . Once upon a time he had a crewcut
. . . 6B scholar . . . Friendly to everyone.
JOHN W. EUSTACE
f 73 West Humboldt Parkway Buffalo, New York
f Jack . . . Strong man with a soft heart . . . Generous with
all he has . . . Well known for his ready smile and help to
the needy . . . Statler's best-known client . . . One of the
leather jacket twins . . . Needs more than three suitcases to
take home all his hobbies . . . swimming enthusiast and
3 Summer lifeguard . . . "Come on, you guysf,
Football 5g Intramural Basketball 4,5g Berchmans' Society 4,55 Choir
6g Cheerleader 6g Class Officer 6.
HENRY A. GROSCH
Aparlado Aereo No. 216 Cali, Colombia
"Hank,' . . . Heads a vast Colombian delegation . . . Prep's
golf pro . . . Possessest a dislinguished British accent . . .
Proud of his Huniformn . . . Capable actor . . . Known for
his bold exclamations in Fr. Hammettis class . . . The
original card-shark VN . . . A friend of Bro. Greene . . .
Marco Polo, Jr .... Winters in New Orleans . . . "Pass the
A-1 Sauce" . . . Pleasant personality.
Golf 3, Varsity 4,5,6g Dramatics 5,69 Dance Committee 65 Intramural
Basketball 5,6g Sodalily 3g Blue and Cray 5,6.
ALBERT A. GANDIA
Box No. 307 Arecibo, Puerto Rico
'4Big Al", . . Stalwart of the Varsity line . . . Still celebrat-
ing the Army-Navy game . . . "Anyone want Crosch for a
room-mate?,, . . . Connoiseur of pipes . . . Wanders casually
around the world . . . That grip, . . . Famed record collection
includes 'lRodger Youngv . . . Aficianado of bullfights . . .
Hopes to engineer at Georgia Tech.
Class Oliicer 3g Football 3,4, Varsity 5,63 Sodality 3,4-,5,6g Blue and
Cray 4,5,6g Berchmans' Society 4,5,6g Track 6.
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4630 Venus Street New Orleans, Louisiana
Herb Fnvoy from the Crescent City . . . Summertime
host for classmates . . . Five-day boarder . . . Commutes to
New York on meek-ends . . . Occupant of the '6Hermitage,,
Honor card king . . . One of the "faithful five" Greek
students 'Do you follow me?7' . . . Usually found
Sodality 34 36 Choir 3,4,5,6g Debating 3,5,6g Blue and Cray 4,5,6g
ROBERT M. HARTMAN
290 Shadowlawn Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"Bohn . . . "But in Pittsburgh" . . . Fantastic sense of
humor . . . Enjoyed the Summer football camp . . . A Latin
lover . . . Possesses psychic powers . . . '4Why don't you
guys leave me alone?,' . . . Usually quiet . . . An ambitious
student . . . Pride of the German class . . . Will migrate
to Florida for pre-Med at Rollins.
Football 4,59 Tennis 55 Soclalily 5,6g Berchmans' Society 4,53 Choir
5,6g Class Officer 3g Blue and Cray 59 Basketball Mgr. 4-,5, Intra-
mural Basketball 6.
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CHARLES E. KEMPT ON
902 Westover Terrace Greensboro, North Carolina
"Chuck" . . . "But Mister" . . . The popcorn magnate . . .
"Did you fellows ever hear the story . . ?,, . . . Greatest
promoter since P. T. Barnum . . . "Oh, how can you lie so,
Woods?" . . . "Yeah, but you have to admit that mine is
the harmless typen . . . Tried to get the store to stock Dr.
Pepper . . . Everybody's friend.
Football 3g Track Mgr. 4g Choir 5,6g Dance Committee 3,6g Blue
and Gray 63 Dramatics 63 Soclality 3,4,5,6g Berchmans' Society 3,4-,
5,65 Intramural Basketball 4,5,6.
4300 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, D. C.
5'Abe" . . . Famous for intelligent questions . . . Weight in
grams . . . Usually found in his familiar green tie . . . DPL
fy., tags . . . Physics wizard . . . "You better go to jug, Hearnen
. . . lrish ambassador to Prep . . . What an honest face.
Football 3,4',5Q Baseball 3,4,5, Varsity 63 Intramural Basketball 4,5,5g
ALBERTO A LLERAS
201 18 h Street N W Washmglon D C
Cheese extremely colleglate Enjoys Sunday nlght
hospltallty at the Mayflower SIX year man Expert
on Pan Amerlcan HHKHITS Always a good word for Jack
Graclos South Amerlcan hospltalxtv Come on down
to my place What the well dressed dlplomat w1ll wear
Football 12 Baseball 2 3 Basketball Intramurals .96 Track 56
Sodallty 346 Dance Commxttee 6 Blue and Cray 56 Cheer
leader 5 Class Officer 2
JULIO J LEDESMA
Q 34 Llberlad Street Pasay Phzllppmes
,lullto Three year man The Rock of Manlla
Tremendous record collectlon Occaslonfll trlps to New
York Excellent student Perlodxcwlly lets Benny
Goodman out of hls truck to make a record Constant
correspondence mth the Phlllpplnes fr Hammetts
buddv Usually seen ln town
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DONALD B. MARTINDILL
202 East Taylor Street Chevy Chase, Marylanrl
"Butch', . . . Love that Orange Bowl game . . . Spends
Sunday afternoons doing homework . . . Mr. Veep . . . Fin-
ally learned the Grace before meals . . . Lone day-hop at
the Senior table . . . Likes everybody, and they feel likewise
. . . Pre-Med at the Mount.
Football 35 Baseball 3,45 Dance Committee 3,4,5,6g Class Otlicer 4g
Intramural Basketball 4,5,6g Blue and Cray 6g Cupola 65 Dramatics
6, Vice-President of the Yard.
CORN EAL JOHN MACK
Q Mayflower Hotel Washington, D. C.
"Johnny" . . . Vice-Prefect of the Sodality . . . Manager of
Varsity football . . . Minister of Mayflower hospitality . . .
"Let,s raid the kitchensll' . . . Good school spirit . . .
Handles business end of dances, yearbook, etc .... Cigar-
ette lighters for the masses . . . "Know anyone who needs
perfume?,' . . . Nice to everyone . . . Popular host.
Sodality 2,3,4,5,6g Football 2,3, Mgr. 5,63 Baseball 2,3, Mgr. 4,
Track 4,5,6g Cupola Business Editor 6, Blue and Cray 6.
WILLIAM D. MCINTYRE
127 Hollywood Drive Monroe, Michigan
'6Hawkeye" . . . A professional deerslayer . . . Star on the
cinders as well as in backfield . . . Runs the Senior Corridor
delicatessen . . . Bro. Oswald's protege . . . Fine pianist
. . . Heated theoretical discussions with Sours . . . One of
the Student Council's "Big l7our', . . . Versatility personified
. . . Will succeed at whatever he does.
Football 5, Varsity 6g Track 5,63 Blue and Cray 5,65 Berchmans'
Society 5,6g Choir 5,6g Student Council 63 Intramural Basketball 5.
JOHN DAPRAY MUIR
5 Newlands Street Chevy Chase, Maryland
"Dapray,' . . . European traveler . . . Saw England on a
bicycle . . . Always arguing with Caulfield about foreign
cars . ., . Anglophile . . . Plans on going to the Mount
. . . Rolls around in an lVl. G .... Conscientious Prefect of
the Sodality . . . Class artist . . . Writes imaginative stories
for the Blue and Gray.
Baseball 3g Sodality 5,6g Blue and Cray 4-,6g Dramatics 3g Debating
5,65 Dance Committee 3,4,5,6.
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5509 Park Street Chevy Chase, Maryland
Tom . . . Little man in a big car . . . Checked coats . . .
Friend of the Juniors . . . HP. Bf, on every desk . . . I'll get
it for you . . . Misses Mike . . . "Hey, Sully" . . . Always
eager for everything . The boy with the baritone voice.
Football 3, Mgr. 59 Intramural Basketball 4-,5g Baseball 4,5g Sodal-
LESTER F MURPHY
7965 Norllzcole Avenue Hammond Indiana
es Member of the big three of the Golf team
Up to date dresser One of the faithful five of the
Creeks But Father thats what I just said Spends
weekends with Obie Ori mal wit Hard worker
hates to pronounce those Creek names lNo group com
plete without Les
football 3 Golf 3 Varsity 456 Choir 456 Clas Oliver 3 Blue
and Cray 56 Cupola 6 Intramural Basketball 406 Berchmans
SOCICIY 34 Dtbatm 6 Qodahty 56 Cheerleader 5
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4 Blanc Place New Orleans, Louisiana
"The Fatmanu . . . Five-year man . . . Controlling interest
in the 'lflame-thrower" . . . Owns best room in the house
tHaud dubiuml . . . True southern gentleman . . . Member
of the uniform society . . . smooth talker with Fr. Dugan . . .
Headed for Georgetown . . . Usually seen at scenes of festiv-
ity . . . Known for Thanksgiving trips to New York with
Football 2,3, Varsity 5,63 Intramural Basketball 4,55 Class Officer
2,3,4,5g Sodalily 2,3,4g Dance Committee 3,4,5g Berchmans' Society
'4,5,6g Choir 4,5,6g Cupola 6.
RICHARD H. MUSGROVE
Bldg. 276F, Apt. 6, Wright-Patterson A.F.B. Dayton,'0hio
'fMush" . . . "You guys . . " . . . 6B President . . . Intel-
lectual gatherings with Woods . . . Excellent student . . .
Co-Captain of the football team . . . Member of the uniform
society . . . Word from Dayton . . . Once wore suedes . . .
Hopes for a diplomatic career . . . Sings in the showers
feverywhere else, tool . . . Usually has a friendly smile.
Football Varsity 5,6g Basketball Varsity 5g Blue and Cray 5g Cupola
65 Dance Committee 5,6g Class Otbcer 5,6.
NEIL P. O'BRYAN .
9633 Bexhill Drive Kensington, Maryland
"Obie" . . . Owner of the interesting green machine seen
daily in the parking lot . . . Last minute dates . . . Navy
bound . . . Famous leather jacket . . . lmpersonation by
Stewart, f'Was ist das?" . . . Les' weekend friend . . .
Track 5,6g Football Mgr. 63 Sodality 3,4-,5,6g Blue and Gray 6g Debat-
ing 6g Dance Committee 6.
335 Vermont Street Brooklyn, New York
"Duck" . . . Wears latest New York fashions . . . Another
three-year Creek man . . . Drives the cleanest Olds in
Brooklyn . . . Sucker for the Dodgers fthe series always
breaks himl . . . Football stalwart . . . One of the Student
C0uncil's Big Four . . . Bows nightly to a statue of Pulaski
. . . Hides Kempton's drumsticks . . . Great school spirit.
Football 3,4-, Varsity 5,64 Baseball 3, Varsity 4-,5,6g Intramural Basket-
ball 4,5,6g Choir 6g Debating 3g Class Officer 4,5,6g Student Coun-
Sierra Ventana 54-5 Mexico City, Mexico
"Richie" . . . Our ambassador from Mexico . . . Easy-going
and likeable . . . Grain of salt issued with all stories . . .
Plans to go to College south of the Border . . . Jack Five
. . . Cadillac fan . . . Summers in Acapulco . . . Still in
bed at second bell . . . Well dressed . . . "Mister, I don't
Football 3,4,55 Baseball 3,4,55 Intramural Basketball 4,55 Rifle 3,4,
5,65 Sodality 4,5,65 Berchmans' Society 4,5,65 Blue and Cray 55
Library Club 65 Choir 5: Debating 5.
PAUL C. CYDONNELL
2701 28th Street, N. W. Washington, D. C.
Pauly . . . Six-year man . . . Another O'Donnell . . . Never
misses a Prep game . . . noted for quick wit . . . Ace coach
of St. Thomas' . . . "My team's great. Cot a center 6'3,'
. . . Amazes class with wide variety of sports shirts . . .
Teller of tall tales . . . Class Veep . . . "I hear you're
throwing a party."
Football 3.45 Basketball 45 Class Ollicer 3,65 Sodality 3.4.
WALTER J RABBITT
5515 Roosevelt Street Bethesda, Marylaml
Walt Excellent plltoourapller wlth own dark-room . . .
L'1st resort of boarders wlthout a rlde . . . Also runs pro-
fessxonal chauffeur servlce Fmally mastered the intri-
c'1te Cermfxn artlele uletest man in the class . . . The
Blue 1nd Cray w1ll mlss hrs fine plctures.
ROBERT ALLEN PUGH
4-12 East Leland Street Chevy Chase, Maryland
Al . . . Famous for the Pugh system . . . Conscientious class
secretary . . . Serious, but has a ready smile . . . Gone at
3:00 o'clock . . . Camera fan . . . Doesn't believe in combs
. . . Generous and good-natured.
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FREDERICK F. REPETTI
10100 Hurst Street Bethesda, Maryland
"Mr. Pettiw . . . One-year man this stretch . . . Formerly of
the "Windy Cityi' . . . Walks to school . . . Has high figures
on his report card . . . Handy with a basketball . . . Friend
of Al . . . Chicago ties.
Debating 65 Sodality 6g Blue and Cray 6.
GEORGE R. RAGSDALE
2511 While Oak Road Raleigh, North Carolina
George . . . Well dressed . . . Summers on his North Carolina
farm . . . Another loquacious southerner . . . Secretary of
Student Council . . . Won't wear a tie over an inch wide
. . . Plans to he an M.D .... Literary talent . . . Loves basket-
ball . . . "Dat is de gospel truth, Amos."
Football 5,63 Blue and Cray 5,6g Intramural Basketball 53 Basket-
ball Varsity 6g Golf Mgr. 59 Class Ofhcer 6g Choir 5,6g Berchmans'
Society 55 Dance Committee 5,6.
ROBERT E. SOURS
Ave. Insurgenles 111940 Mexico City, Mexico
"Tubby,' . . . lVlexico's member of the Creek five . . . Prida's
shadow . . . Noted for extended vacations . . . Would like to
continue at Oxford, but . . . Jaguar enthusiast . . . "But,
Mister, I assure you" . . . One of the few who dress for class
. . . Creator of Dr. Rumffy.
Football 4,54 Track 5,65 Blue and Cray 5,63 Dramatics 63 Debating
53 Library Club 65 Choir 5,65 Sodality 5,6g Cupola 6.
PAUL R. ROWEN
5802 Cedar Parkway Chevy Chase, Maryland
"Mr. Beebei' . . . Close friend of Al Pugh . . . Another
member of the unofbcial camera club . . . Explorer of the
untrodden pathways of science . . . Amateur actor . . . Full
of British-style humor . . . Makeup expert for drama . . .
Inherited Magneris Science-Fiction collection.
ROBERT B TIMMICK
4721 47th Street N W Washlngton D C
BOB lNoted for eautlous drum Also for
lau h 'Nual reserxe man Whaatg 20 20 Bob
It spms m low Graham 13 the greatest Mono
Mr Swett wlll be mad
Football 34 Basketball 3 Baseball 3 Track 5 Intramural Basket
ball 45 Sodallty 3
JAMES ALEXANDER STEWART
2210 Wy omzng Avenue Washmgton D C
Sandy liour year necktle Seen at Sodallty dance
Frequently partakes of Mayflower hospltalltv Llkes
to sxrlte comps for Fr Mac Don Hutson of the touch
teams SIX year man Youn est ln the class
famous ll3lfCUt lXe1l s slmdow Subtle sense of
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JOHN E. VIRNSTEIN
3911 Argyle Terrace, N.W. Washington, D. C.
,lack . . . You spell it with "V", as in victory . . . Three-year
man in football . . .I Virnstein, get your linger out of your
eye . . . Plans to go to a different College each week . . .
Adopted member of the Chevy Chase mob . . . Co-Captain
of Football . . . Cave his all in every game.
Football 3, Varsity 4,5,6g Choir 5g Baseball Varsity 5,6g Basketball
3, Intramurals 4,5,6g Debating 5g Blue and Gray 6g Sodality 6g
JOHN S. TOLAND
3412 Garrison Street, N.W. Washington, D. C.
.lack . . . Has a laugh that's all his own . . . Usually has
a good joke for the lunch table . . . Resemblance to "Bull-
dog" 'Ilurner . . . Recipient of Coach Continenti's witticisms
. . . Rarely stops grinning or laughing . . . Knows the Strongs.
Football 3, Mgr. 5, Varsity 65 Sodality 3,4-,5,6g Blue and Gray 4-,5,6g
Intramural Basketball 65 Cupola 6.
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THEODORE A. WATSON
Ted . . . Student extraordinary . . . News hound for the
Blue and Cray . . . Harvard hopeful . . . Mrs. Clay's other
boarder . . . Reduced Poker to a science . . . Mr. W'right's
prodigy . . . OIT-time prof for boarders . . . Class orator . . .
Drops below 90 in Physics sometimes . . . Wishes he'd taken
Basketball Intramurals 5, Varsity 65 Blue and Gray 5,65 Dramatics
6g Cupola 6.
JAMES E. WALLACE
9 Cherry Street Elkins, West Virginia
,lim . . . West, by gad, Virginia . . . lnsists on Wallace's
Butter Maid bread . . . Hopes to shoot a bear . . . Eustace's
twin . . . Classroom shipbuilder . . . Part time Oldsmobile
owner . . . Beaming smile . . . Coach of Freshman teams
Noted for sow billy and cornpone.
Football 3,4-g Baseball Mgr. 4g Intramural Basketball 5,63 Blue and
Gray 5,64 Dance Committee 5,6g Sodality 3,4,5,6g Choir 5,64 Berch-
mans' Society 3,4,5,6.
BRYAN TIGHE WOODS
3336 Quesada Street, N.W. Washington, D. C. '
Bryan . . . A Notre Dame fanatic . . . Editor of the year- I
book . . . Good debater . . . The Lion . . . Summer work
in the mountains of Virginia . . . Martindillis straight man
. . . Whither went the Willys? . . . Saw the shoe thrown at
Mrs. George . . . Fifth horseman of the Greek class
Kempton s brother promoter
Football 3 Varsity 56 Baseball 3 Intramural Basketball 456
Blue and Cray 0 Sodality 3 Cupola Editor 1n Chief 6
JAMES W WELSH
106 Whttlzer Avenue Fatrborne Ohw
J'1yb1rd Perennlal manager The other Wrlght
brother Sails the seven seas 1n Summer Is bothered
by stxan e sounds Diberts r1val Well lt looks
green to me Works hard Hopes to go to West
Point Collects welrd pajamas
Football 2345 Track 56 Ba netball Mgr 3456 Dramatics 6
Blue and Gray 6 Intramural Basketball 45 Sodallty 234-56
Berchmans Society 45 6
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Blaise Cardonne, President of the Yard, and the Big
Four, Don Martindill, Vice-Presidentg William Mclntyreg
Ken Nizolek, President 6A, and Dick Musgrove, President
6B. We feel that the Big Four, under President Cardonne,
has given Prep the best student government in the years
we have been here.
Best All Around Activator
Did Most for School
Most Dxgmfsed Man About Town
Best Basketball Player
Most Likely to Succeed
Best All Around Athlete
Best Loolrmg Best Football Player
Most Popular Wsttxest Personality Plus
F A V 0 li I 'I' E
Favorxte T V and Radio Program DRAGNET
Favorxte Orchestra BILLY MAY
Favorrte Sport FOOTBALL
Favorite Cxgarette-SKINNERS 'ROLL YOUR OWN
Most School Spmt
PATTERN ED AS IT is on the Great Seal of the United States,
the Seal of Georgetown Prep pictures the escutcheon of the
Union imposed on the breast of the great eagle. We derive
from this symbol an ideal of service to our community and
our Nation. But he who would serve must learn to live
easily among his fellow men. The community in which we
live and act, the school community, is constituted, in major
part, by our younger schoolmates, the Underclassmen. They
have effectively helped to learn the lessons of friendship
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McGarvey, Collector of Infernal Rev-
enue in SA, listens to Marechal's sad '
First row, left to right: Stokes, Diggins, Gilmore, McGar- row: Hines, F. Murphy, Marechal, Hannibal, Merkle
vey, Yealman, Ramirez. Second row: Mr. MacMurtrie, Fourth row: Donahue, Didden, Lilly, Figge, Skinner.
Romweber, Costa-Sanseverino, Kane, Jaeger, Ellis. Third
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First row: Mr. Duffy, Silva, Tuthill, Vosseller, Perez, Cronin, Harrigan, Paull, T. Lamp. Fourth row: Byrnes,
Pulido. Second row: De Franceaux, Heller, Molinari, Garliclr, Fletcher, Archer, Haley
Cianciulli, McDermott, Garvey. Third row: Sullivan,
Mr Wright adds :mothtr pagm
those precious Math notebooks in SB
As Keaveny diagrams a Latin sent-
ence in 4B, Mr. Bradley and Bowden
are ready to provide helpful criticism.
First row: Mr. Bradley, Ablaza, Heller, M. Cronin, Fitzpatrick Fourth row Weber Stohlman, Cusack,
Brown, Gogos. Second row: Quigley, Hearne, Brula- Keavcny
tour, Bowden, Hertz. Third row: McKaba, Scarff, Ross,
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Rinaldi does not have the information
Fr. Reilly is requiring. He does think
that the sentence is humorous, though.
First row: Fr. Rielly, Gallagher, Leffingwell, Fattell. Caulfield. Fourth row: Dean Neble, Redling, Stone
Second row: Smith, Clarke, D'Amecourt, Wright. Third Pehle, Robey. Fifth row: Altemus McGuiness Hamil
row: Jaramillo, D. DeFranceaux, Ruppert, Murphy, ton, Knight, Cusack, Carroll Rinaldi
First row: Garcia, Muir, Darby, Ryan, Simon. .Second regett. Fourth row: Teodoro, Buttinelli, Crowley, Hop
row: Dorsey, Fisher, Trautman, Postel. Third row: Mr. penot, Tipton, Canfield. Fifth row: Shaefer, Becker,
Yakavanis, Hartman, Reilly, Menendez, Richards, Har- Aneskewich, Bennett, O'Donoghue, Sheats
3B ponders the mysterious workings
of progressive forms Active and
First row: Mr. McGrath, Simon, Potter, Cozzone, Costa Beckman, Lopez, Keppell, King, Teodoro, McGranery,
Sanseverino,Baraona. Second row: Ferdinand, B. Long, Krebs, McLaughlin. Fourth row: Middleton, Boggs,
Nannetti, Salinas, Jacobs. Pino, Thayer. Third row: Butler, Shannon, Fallon, Carrier, Shuman.
Mr. McGrath keeps Second Form
alert. Is this a literature period, a
choral group or a fencing lesson?
Tense question in First Form: Will
the product of the two fractions be
the same in all four cases?
First row: Gibbs, Broglio, Pierce, Mehle, Long. .Second Third row: Lynch, Stone, R. Gallagher. .Fourth row:
row: Mr. Joyce, O'Brien, Quinlan, Hamilton, Murphy. Mclnerney, Eakin, Morreale.
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IT HAS BEEN POINTED out previously that our Seal calls for
instruction in the Liberal Arts and basic sciences. Mere
attendance of classes, however, does not form the type of
graduate which the ideals of Georgetown Prep visualize.
Our school desires us to be skilled in using our knowledge
and expressing our ideals, and so extrafcurricular activities
have been provided in which we have an opportunity to
exercise the arts we have acquired. It will be noted that
the spiritual as well as the intellectual nature of man has
been taken into account.
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This year the Senior Soclalitv claimed an
almost record attendance. ln order to ensure more
personal direction, therefore. the group was divided
up into sections. each meeting on a different dav
of the week. At these nieelings the main point
stressed was mental prayer. The practice was for
Fr. Hammett to read a passage from Scripture and
discuss it while the Sodalists meditated on his
words. Work also was done in the mission held
and at the Christ Child Farm.
Fr. Donald Reilly and the members of the
Fr. Henry A. Hammett! SJ., and the mem-
bers of the Senior Sodality. Fr. Hammett,
Director, Dapray Muir, Prefectg John Mack,
Vice-Prcfect, and Paul Rowen, Secretary, meet
in Fr. Hammett's office.
The ,lunior Sodalitv, under the direction of
Fr. lleilly, spent most of its time this year intro-
ducing: new memhers to the rules of the Sodalitv.
At its meetings. l"r. lieillv rcacl and discussed the
regulations which true Sodalists are desirous of
following. Stress was also given to the reading of
Scripture and mental prayer. A clothing: drive for
the lvenelit of the Christ Child Farm was one of
the major missionary projects of the year.
Junior Sodality. Bottom Row: Ruppert, J. Murphy,
Potter, Clarke, Fr. Reilly, Fisher, Smyth, Postle, Ferdinand. Middle Row: D. DeFranceaux,
Shuman, Schaefer, M. Cusack, Beckman, Nebel, Garcia, Dean. Top Row: Reilly, Crowley,
Rinaldi, Knight, Robey, C. Muir.
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Bottom Row: Cianciulli, Vosseler, Romweber, Brown, McKaba, C. King, DeWaters, Sufferdini,
Hertz, Romulo. Middle Row: Escudero, M. Gilmore, Forster, Fitzpatrick, Mergner, Keenan,
Cost, Keaveny, D. Hearne, Ryan. Top Row: M. Cronin, Molinari, Haley, Garliclc, Marechal,
Harrigan, Kane, Lamb, Ramirez, Pulido.
Bottom Row: O'Bryan, Diggins, F. Murphy, Dibert, Rowen, Fr. Hammett, D. Muir, Maclr,
Cardonne, Lleras, Stewart. Middle Rmv: Sours, Bowden, Wallace, Gandia, Hartman, C.
Kempton, L. Murphy, Prida, Caulfield, Harvey. Top Row: J. Hearne, Toland, Welsh,
Eclmonston, Martindill, Repetti, Virnstein, Berckemeyer.
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One of the most active organizations in the
school this year was the Debating unit. Lwnder the
energetic guidance of Mr. Francis Moan, SJ., each
division, Senior and Junior, met intra-murally once
a week besides participating in the Catholic Debat-
ing League of Vifashington. When The Washington
Post sent its inquiring Reporter out to Prep to do
a radio quiz show, the dc-haters produced the first
tie in the history of the program. The Junior
debaters won the trophy in their division. and the
year's activities were crowned by the inauguration
of the Georgetown Prep Annual Debate Tourna-
SENIOR DEBATING: Sit
ting fleft to rightl: Rowen
Kane, Murphy, O'Brien, Mr
Moan, Woods, Muir, and F
Murphy. Standing: Dono-
hue, Figge, Clay, Cahill, Re-
petti, T. Lamb, and Mare-
JUNIOR DEBATING: Sit-
ting: Dolan, Cumberland,
Fitzpatrick, McKeever, Ru-
pert, and Darby. Standing:
Murphy, Mr. Moan, and M.
Mr Duffy and Phil Caulfield, Editor,
look ovcr the fall issue of the Blue
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Wvith Mr. Duffy, SJ.. at the helm, the Blue
and Cray had a very satisfactory year. The new
format and covers met with much enthusiasm which
showed in the great incrcase of interest on the part
of the student body.
With the help of Jerry Clay, literary editor:
Ted Watson, news editor, Al Candia in sports and
Dapray Muir in art, the magazine was able to give
Editorial Staff tleft to rightbz Harvey, Watson, Muir, Mr.
dale, Soursg missing, Clay.
a well-lmalanced picture of the school. Hcrlm Har
Key did a successful jolw of handling the business
angles of production. l'hil Caulheld, liditor-in
Chief, and all the rest of the staff can feel that
the Blue and Cray accomplished their aims of
promoting literary endeavor, and chronicling
school events, with ffreat success
Duffy, Moderator, Caulfield, Rags-
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This is a yearbook, gentlemen, not a comic strip. Standing: Harvey, Sours, Murphy, Mus-
grove. Sitting: Mr. MacMurtrie, Woods :md Nalty.
A yearbook, being essentially a class endeavor,
it is impossible to name and credit all those who
have contributed thoughts. pictures. words, work
and moral support. Mention. nevertheless, must
be made of John Mack, our Business Manager, and
Mr. Bradley and John Mack study the acl
of Bryan Yvoods, our Editor-in-Chief. ,lohn did a
llifrhly successful job of conducting the advertising
rampaign under the guidance of Nlr. Bradley. SJ.
Hryanis problems were many, and in sharing these
with Mr. Nlacylultrie, SJ., and the other members
he usually found a solution to the diflieulty. Time,
and the readers' critical judgment must tell us the
degree of our achievement.
Bryan Woods and Mr. MacMurtrie consider a prob-
lem of lay-out.
Sitting: Hargrett. Andrade. Potter, Gallagher, Vosseler, and O'Brien. Second Row: Sour:
Middleton, Cianculli, Ryan, Martindill, Ledesma, and Mr. Schemel. Third Row: Grosch,
Kempton, Hartman, Garlic, and Watson.
IIRAMATIC t t r
Dramatics at Prep has had a bit of a Renais-
sance this year. Mr. Francis Schemel, SJ., directs
a group full of interest in the footlights and the
boards. Plays presented this year include "Sher-
lock Bonesf, '6All in the Darlcf' "If Men Played
Cards As Women Do," and "Winning an Heiressf,
The group also participated in the One-Act-Play
Contest held at Gonzaga High School.
Kempton, Vosseler, and Ryan rehearse as Hartman and
Welsh look on.
Curtain call and con ratulations for cast of "Cards."
Members of the Library Club have a big smile for the photographer
The l,iln'ary Club, inet-ting every Friday after-
noon, has tried to introduce its members to the
many new audio-visual aids to modern learning
and lixing. The ollit-ers of the club are: Macario
Silxu. l'i'c-siflf-nt: l"rc-dc-ri1'k Murphy, Vicf'-Presi-
dent: Joseph llihert, Editor. Mr. Paul Alexander
Maxi-il is the enthusiastic moderator of the club.
Mr. McNeil, Moderator, and the officers of the
Library Club, Dibert, Silva, F. Murphy.
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This yr-ar the cluh has been studying the tech-
nique of thc interview, und has put this knowledge
to use in interviews with interesting guests. Be-
sides outstanding stud:-nts, the r-luh has had the
honor of inte-ryivwing: Jzunvs l'. Nlt'GI'llIlilI'y, former
Lv. S. Attorney General, and Senator John M. But-
ler, of Maryland.
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Seated: Didden, Musgrove, Nizolek, Cardonne lPresidentD, McIntyre, Marrindill and Sullivan
Standing: O,Brien, D. DeF1-anceux, Ross, Ragsdale, Darby, and R. King
To the Student Council, led by Blaise Car
donno, goes much of the credit for the upswing
of school spirit this ycar at Prop. The Yard
Committee has given uid and 'advice to the Presi
dent of the Yard and the Council as a whole has
made lt possible for cxery student 1n the school
to make' known his ide is The student body IS
ju ily proud of thc III'1llllC ind cncrous approach
the Council has made on llic questions which come
up for IIS consideration
The council looks on and Ragsdale takes notes as Presi
dent Cardonne shows Mclntyre and Martinclill an amus
Fr. David Burke of the Maryland Province Mission
Bureau explains his world-wide Mission Display to some
of the Fathers.
This year, under the- direction of Fr. Ryan,
a new organization appeared on the campus. The
fathers of Prep boys have begun a Fathers' Club,
the aims of which are to better understand their
sons, life at school and to create a stronger bond
between the home and the school. At the monthly
FATHER CL B
"Well, my boy . . . " a pre-meeting conversation on a
meetings the Fathers were addressed by visiting
Jesuit priests who spoke on various aspects of
education and the problems of young students.
The President of the club during its first year was
Mr. William Quinlan, a Washington attorney.
Reserving some of the literature offered by the Fathers' President Quinlan lights up before the meeting COXIICS
Club on the various aspects of Secondary School edu- to order.
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Fresh from two weeks of training camp, Prep meets St. ,lohnis in the Catholic
League opener at the Johnnies' field. Prep offense was unable to move against
Cadets' rugged line' play. lVIcGarvey and Didden standouts as offensive sparkplugs.
Archer, Nizolek, and Moses defensive stalwarts. Russevlyn and Co. go on to become
Metropolitan Champs. Final: St. John 33, Prep 0.
Prep's first home game shows DelVIatha as visitors. Crowd thrilled by Didden's
running. Half ends with a .0-0 tie. In third period Nizolek blocks a punt which
Harrigan recovers in the end zone. Prep leads 2-0! DeMatha intercepts Prep pass.
DeMatha end Art Doyle catches a long pass in the last four minutes to crush Prep
hopes. Final: DeMatha 6, Prep 2.
By far the best effort of the season, the underdog Blue and Gray staged a mag-
nifiicent defensive effort. Prep fails to gain ground, however, against the hard-
charging Lion line. Carroll garners one lone touchdown before half. Woods,
vicious blocking sparks line play. Last quarter sees Prep's sensational goal-line
stand collapse- on fourth down. Coach Swett pleased with the squad after this one.
Final: Carroll 13, Prep 0.
Prep rolls to 7-0 lead in first quarter. Saints launch a fifty-yard march and
score in second quarter, but Musgrove blocks extra-point try. See-saw battle marks
third period as neither score. Late in fourth frame St. Albans halfback scampers
away from Prep defenders for a thirty-yard trip to the goal line. Final: St. Albans
12, Prep 7.
On the line: Moses, Nizolek, Cardonne, Musgrove, Archer, Gandia, Butler. In the backficld:
Virnstein, McGarvey, Didden, McIntyre, Ellis.
Didclen is trapped behind the line
before he can get the pitchouvaway
Co-Captains Dick Musgrove and Jack Virnstein talk things over
beforea light drill.
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FOOTBALL RECORD, 1953
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Bottom Razr: Ross, lVlcKecver, McGarvey, Diclden, McIntyre, Dolan, M. Cronin, Mack 1lVlgrJ.
Middle Roar: Nizolek, Gandia, Sullivan, Virnstein and Musgrove lCo-Captainsl, Cardonne,
Moses, Ellis. Archer. Top Run: Mr. Continetti fAsst. Coachl, Carolan, Keenan, King,
Butler, Woods, Toland, Harrigan, Nalty, Mr. Swett 1Coach7.
The blockers seem to be in the wrong
places on this play.
Mr. Swett confers with Butler late in the St.
W'e held them for three, but the fourth time they
This quick-opening play netted some nice yard-
age against Gonzaga.
Ellis breaks away from a tackler and into the clear in the Loyola game.
Prepmen travel to Baltimore. Butler, converted to quarterback, turns in a line
job. Loyola strikes quickly in first period. Prep retaliates with a sixty-yard pass
Butler to Moses for our lone tally. Prep shows power hut inability to bounce back.
Toland does a good job at center. Final: .Loyola 32, Prep 6.
Back at the home field, Prep is unpleasantly ,surprised by Friends' tremendous
power. Sidwell runs up an early lead, while scores elude Prep until the fourth
quarter-too late. Mclntyre races sixty yards to paydirt and Yirnstein adds the
extra counter. ln the closing minutes a forty-yard run hy Mclntyre places the hall
on the two-yard line. Yirnstein plunges over for final score. Final: Friends 51,
Ellis and the referee converge to make the
tackle against Loyola.
Pete Butler stops the play dead at A
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Prepmen triumph in cool, cool, cool of the evening. Sophomore Leasure flips
thirty-yard pass to Moses for a TD. Yirnstein hulls over from the five for the second
tally and McGarx'ey adds the extra point. Wild night follows for victory-starved fans.
Final: Prep 113, Gaithersburg 6.
Seniors play last game. Star tackle Nizolek is sidelined with an eye injury.
Gonzaga strikes quickly. Prepmen unable to overcome tough opponents. Go-Captain
Virnstein proves his worth hy smashing the line again and again, and finally scoring
lone Prep touchdown. Prep looks forward to more victorious season next year.
Final: Gonzaga 25, Prep 6.
The reserves lineup for a pcrtrait. Kneeling: Carolan, Woods, Cronin, Toland, Harrigan,
Nalty, King. Standing: Dolan, Keenan, Sullivan, Ross, McKeevcr.
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J.V. FOOTBALL SQUAD. Bollom Row: Paul O'Don- M. Cusack, Fitzpatrick, Stohlman, Buttinelli, Shears,
nell fCoachT, Leasure, Dewaters, D. DeFr:-inceaux, O'Donahue, Hearne, Mr. O'Donnell lCoach3.
Brown, Smyth, Hollandsworth, Suffredini, Hartman, Top Row: Simon, Shaeffer, Carroll, Bowden, Nlergner,
Broulatour, Gessner. Second Row: Keaveny, Weber, W. Cusack, Aneskewich, Fisher CMgr.7.
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linder the guidance of Com-h Judi-
O'Donnvll and his assistant. Paul Oillon-
nell, the JK fs put in a ruggf-tl season of
practice and competition. Though the
rccord of victories is not irnprf-Ssive, the
main olvjcvtive of Junior Yarsity training
was accovnplishc-d. namely the preparation
of future Yarsity footballvrs.
Against St. John's, Prep linemen
move in to break up the play.
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lt seems hest to open up this account of the
basketball season with the frank admission that
Prep had a poor year on the court. The oflicial
totals were 2 wins against ll losses. A record
book, howexer. is sometimes, a poor yardstiek of
success or failure. 'lirue enough. a team is welded
together for one purpose, to win the game. hut
there are lay-products ol' training and teamwork
Bob Ellis goes over the head of Gonzaga's
Bennett for two.
Berry, No. 6, soars upward in an attempt to
save a goal against St. Anthony.
which cannot he recorded in the seorebook. Coach
Tom Crowley w orked hard imparting his skill and
Hghting spirit to the squad but he was plagued hy
circumstances inxolxing the loss of player pci'-
The one cheering fact about the season was
that in the last live or six games Coach Crowley
seemed to find a good combination made up of
two Juniors and tlim- Sophomores. If this group
can carry its teamwork and experience into next
yearis season Prep may once again be a threat on
The trophy for the schoolis outstanding lnas-
ketlrall player was won hy Greg Didden. Yarsity
letters were awarded to Hidden, Bob Ellis, Chick
Leasure, Mike Mcliaha, Tim Hollandswortll and
Tim Hollandworth, high scorer in
this game, here exhibits his intent
defensive play against Smith of Gon-
durin a practice session
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Coach row ey is e
Flgge executes a hxdden ball play
against the Sxxth Form
We guess Bob IS trymg to pxll xt
down, Judging from the expressions
on Hanmbal, Kane and Fngge
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between a Ted Xvilliams and Stan Nlusial model.
xxllf'Il spring lvcguu to l11'i11g out the sharp
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For a high-scoring romp no day of the season
could match the overwhelming double-header de-
feat of St. Anthonfs. Prep took the opener to the
tune of 13-1 and eased along to take the nighteap
10-2. Despite these high totals, though, probably
the best-played game of the schedule was the early
season win over Coolidge.
Varsity letter winners this year were Butler,
Nizolek, Cardonne, Yirnstein, Justin and Dare
Hearne, Didden, Hannibal, Scarll, Shaeffer, King,
Carroll, Kane and DeArmas. Special mention
should be given to Pete Butler, the teamis top-
hitting outhelder, who placed as Georgetowrfs only
representative on the All-Prep team. We must
also commend the team's most valuable player,
Jack Shaefler, who as a Freshmzin regular gives
great hopes for the future.
De Armas lines a single to left against St.
Blaise Cardonne, veteran third baseman, waits
for a peg during the pre-game warm-up.
Didden tags a Mackin runner out at the plate.
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HANK GROSCH-Number One Prep golfer
GEORGE RAMIREZ-Steady player, nucleus
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One of Preps best varsity record: this year was
posted bv he Golf Team. ln a seasonis plav of twelve
matches, ljr. MacKaYana4h,1: club-men emerffecl vic-
torious nine timej, login I only to St. Jolinf, Bethesda
and a special combination.
Hi h point of the season was the sweeping defeat
of Mereersbur Acadeinv. In the process of achievin'
this 9-0 xictory, four Prep golfers shot in the seventies.
It was thi- brand of olf which enabled the team to
take se d ' ' 7 ' '
con place 1n the Washm ton Private Schools
Varsity Golf letters were awarded this year to
Hank Grosch, John Hine. Ceor e Ramirez, l'r'1ncis
Yeatman Bob Mosei, lester lVlurplrv. John Fi e and
to Manaffer Ceor e R3f'Qd3lC
BOB MOSES-Besides football basketball
JOHN FIGGE-Intent practice and stead
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into the Sllltlklllle- Cliupel with an uir nf great expectancy. The efforts of four years
were ulmilt lit ln- iw-miistletl. .Xflvr tlit- Stilt-uin lligll Nlass. tlie maine of ezivli grucluute-
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ul'lli'ul'g4'l1mI1 l'ii-lmlaituiy SI'lllllil ln lu-1-uiiiiiigi lit-1' Alumni.
'liliis nas tliv liigli point of il XSt'1'lx-Ullfl iw shall all iviiivliilu-i'. 'lille prexiulls
l'iI'l4lilN 1-xc-ning tlif- Allllllttl' Class litul limimvrl lli all ll NNO!!llf'l'lllll llrum. Slllllftlily
tlim-re ligul ln-vii tliu- llitlit-i'-Suri tlulf 'l'uurriunivnt. isitli tlit- amiuul tropliim-s lu-ing
tuvtmli-tl at tlif- liullm-I Supper. Fumltiy iiirmiiiigz lirougllt gruflilutioxi untl tht- uwurcl-
ing ol' prizes llvllmwtl lvy tlic linitltiattiiiii Breakfast.
The trophy winners display their wares. From left: Henry Grosch, Bernie Gallagher, Pete
Butler, Phil Shears, Manuel Menendez, Fr. Ryan, Jack Virnstein, John Pehle, Frank Yeat-
man and Mr. R. H. Yeatman lwinners of the Father-Son Golf Tournamentl.
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Fr. Ryan congratulates Paul
first winner of the "Wills-R
llllli DAYS AT
THE PEEP WOA'T
EE E0llEOTTEN AS
WE GLANCE Tllllll
Perhaps we shall mx r again
gather as a complete umt but we shall
never forget our Prep years and the
ldeals we haxe acqu1red As a symbol
of rt all we look w1th comprehms1on to
the heal of Georgetown Preparrtory
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Most Rev Patrxck O Boyle, D D Archbishop of Washington
Most Rev John M McNamara D D V G Auxnlxary Bishop of Washmgton
Austm F Canfield
Frederick E Altcmus
Very Rev John S Spence
Very Rev Wnllmm J Maloney, SJ
Rev Wxllxam A Ryan, S
Rev Alfred F Klenle SJ
Edward P Aneskewxch
James S Becker
John M Beckman
Charles E Berry
James W Bonbrest
Raymond K Bowden
R B Broglxo
Raymond T Brown
Jules C Brulatour
Gerard M Cahill
Thomas H Carolan
Arthur F Carroll
Phnlxp A Caulfield
John J Cost
Eduardo Costa Sansev
John J Darby
XVxlllam E Cumberland
William J Cusack
Charles D Dean
Luns De Armas
George W De Franceaux
Grant A Dxbert
Clement A Dndden
John Vmcent Dolan
John F Donahue
T C Dorsey
John R Eakm
Thomas R Edmonston
George J Ellxs
F Graham Fallon
Joseph G Fattell
V O Fxgge
F M Forster
Andrew J Gallagher
Bernard J Gallagher
Clark H Galloway
Thomas B Garllck
and Mrs Edward A Garvey
and Mrs Gerard R Gessner
Commander and Mrs Charles Gibb
and Mrs Maurice E Gilmore
Andrew G Haley
Maurice F Hannaford
John E Hanmbal
W D Harrngan
Wesley T Hargrett, J
T L Hartman
Herbert J Harvey
Hon and Mrs John J Hearne
Mrs James M Kane
Frank W Hennessey
John R Hmes
Txmothy E Hollandsworth
J Bay Jacobs
John Piet Jarboe
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Joseph A Keenan, J
Ch1rles E Kempton
Davxd J Keppel
Charles F. Klng
Wxlllam L Krebs
John N Kunkel
George P Lamb
Leon F Lamb
C Edward Leasure
Juan L Ledesma
Gerald J Lynch
Corneal John Mack
Wmfield S Martmdxll
Russell W McDermott
James P McGranery
Mlchael J Mclnerney
Wxllxam D McIntyre
Russell L McLaughl1n
T Blanr Mxddleton
Vlncent F Morreale
Robert H Moses
Frederick V Murphy
Harry J Murphy
Lester F Murphy
Thomas F Murphy
A M Musgrove Jr
Wxlham N Nalty
Joseph F Nebel
Adam J Nnzolek
John F O'Br1en
Paul A OBryan
Wlllnam F O'Donnell
Glen H Paull
John W Pehle
Anthony H Pnerce
Antomo Pmo Ycaza
and Mrs Rxcardo Prxda,
and Mrs G L Postle
and Mrs Robert A Pugh
Don Antonio Puhdo y Diaz
Martxn J Quxgley
William A uxnlan
John T Rabbxtt
James Francis Rexlly
Frederxck F Repettx
Joseph Rxchards J
and Mrs Carlos P Romulo
Vincent C Ross
Paul R Rowen
Mnlton F Ruppert
Pablo M Snlva
James H Slmon
Robert F Sours
Mrs Paul Stewart
Maxwell H Stokes
M A Stohlman
James G Stone
M X Stone
D J R Suffrednm
Paul J Thayer
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Edmund M Toland
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James W Welsh
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THE CLASS OF 1954
THE MOTHERS' CLUB
S A GATTI 86 SON INC
Complete Line o Institutional Groceries
Domestic E5 Imported
Restauw ant Equipment
Glass Plastic Chznawm e
3125 V Street, NE
WASHINGTON 18, D C
Phone LA 6 8234
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WOODWARD 86 NORRIS
723 20th Street N W
WASHINGTON D C
CHARLES L NORRIS
JOHN J M CARTHY
For E1e15 Buzldmg Need
SUPPLY CO INC
EISINGER MILL 85
LUMBER CO INC
OL 4 3600 OL 2 6300
ENGEL S SONS
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WASHINGTON D C
ewelers For Your Class Rmgs
DIEGES 86 CLUST
Manu acturmg jewelers
17 JOHN STREET NEW YORK s N
Medals Charms Troplazes
MIDDLETON 81 MEADS
11 East Lee Street
T Blalr Middleton President
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Phones: NAtional 8-2941 - 2942 -9243
MEATS AND PROVISIONS
412 Twelfth Street, S W
WASHINGTON4 D C
PURR BROS POULTRY RUDDERFORTH
CO INC BROS
Wholeszzle Sea ood
Hotel and Restaurant
Seruee 208 E Street S W
WASHINGTON 24 D C STerl1ng 3 4444
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Mr and Mrs Herbert J
OFFICE SUPPLY sc
718 Thnrteenth Street N W
WASHINGTON D C
Rlipubllc 7 8250
4820 Yuma Street N W
WASHINGTON 16 D C
Paints Ga1 clen Supplzes
Notzons Houseuav es
Mou er s Slam penefl
T03 s and Mzscellaneous
D A N H I T E
801 North Capntol Street
WASHINGTON D C
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BRAY 85 SCARFF SALES INC
Frzgzdazre P1 oducts
Azr Condztzonzng Kztcben Cabznets
1211 Tuckerman Street, N W
CALL RE 6 6000
CCLUMBIA SPECIALTY COMPANY INC
4925 Bradley Blvd Chevy Chase, Md
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Gas and Ozl Forced Wfarm Azr Furnaces
Conzbznatzon Re rzgerated Coolzng and Heatzng
bl h d 1925 2 7700
33RD AND M STREET N W
AD 2 1646 Georgetown, D C
New Cars and Trucks
"OK" Guaranteed Used Cars and T1 ucks
Complete Body and Paznt Se1 wee
General Automotn e Repau :ng
Parts, Wholesale and Retazl
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. . . 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 completely
air-conditioned Hotel Statler suited to our every taste.
A PART OE THE WASHINGTON SCENE
HERBERT C BLUNCK
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dinner consnshng of appehzer enfree +wo vege+ables salad
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plaie dmners 200
HOTEL DUPONT PLAZA
John J Cost Ge e af .Manager
a Clarke al the Hammond Organ Ezery Nxgbt except Sunduy
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FREDERICK W BERENS INC
1722 L Street, NW
WASHINGTON D C
NAt1onal 8 5 0 O 0
Geo W De Franceaux
Hubert I Klempeter
MEtropol1tan 1 345
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MUTUAL TITLE COMPANY
917 15th Street NW
NAt10nal 8 0143
MARTIN J QUIGLEY
A MERKLE, INC
Washlngton D C
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jewelers P H A R M A C Y
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The 'Vlaj flower Hotel
WASHINGTON D C
D6SZg1161S 0 Fme ewelm
HAMILTON WATCHES Natnonal One S1x One Snx
11th and E Street, N.W.
WASHINGTON 4, D. C.
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1 2 2 3 COHHCCCICUC Avenue
Washmgton D C
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CAMALIER 85 BUCKLEY
Fme Leatlae1 ware
141 Connectlcut Avenue
WASHINGTON D C
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Prowfles Complete Tztle
Faezlztzes 111 Near y
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1413 New York Avenue, N W
MEtropol1tan 8 4 840
Coal Fuel O11 O11 Burners
A1r Cond1t1on1ng Insulatlon
JAMES E COLLIFLOWER
THOS J TRODDEN
J W QBILLQ WARNER
Manu acturzng Cbemzsts
Soaps Sanztary Cbemzcals
Ianztor s Supphes
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418 SlXth Street N W
WASHINGTON 1 D C
Laundere1 s Dry Cleaners
Lznen Serwce Rental
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5 248 WISCONSIN AVENUE
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F W BOLGIANO 85 COMPANY
Seeds Plants Bulbs Farm and Gm den Supplzes
Capztnl Pa 12 Lawn G ass Arm Inserfzr d
Gold Tag Fe fzlz Coop Mowe s Bolen Ga den T actor
41 1 New York Avenue, N E 1220 H Street, N W
Llncoln 7 4800 NAto al 8 0091
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MAURICE J COLBERT
MAURICE R COLBERT
1908 M Street, N W
W N BRADSHAW
WASHINGTON D C
SOLLER SUGAR CO INC
AZUCARERA DEL CAMUY
Arecibo, Puerto Rico
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THE AMBASSADOR HOTEL 14th and K STS N W
Washmgtons complete hotel famous for fine service and hospitalitv
addition to fine guest facilities the Ambwssador s convenient loc1tion makes it
tion For any occasion plan it at THE AMBASSADOR'
Ambassador Dzmng Room Ambassador Barber Shop
H1 Hat Cockfazl Lounge Ambassador Health Club
Ambassador Co ee Shop Ambassador Swrmmzng Pool
The Neu Flamingo Room Prnate Dznzng Rooms
Phone NAt1onal 8 8510 For Reservations
500 Rooms wzth Bath Ample Parking Faczlztres
JOHN SCHLOTTERBECK Manager
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SILVER SPRING MD
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CLASS OF '55
Big Building MRS. PANDORA Gocos
SAVE WHERE IT PAYS TO SAVE'
Earn attractlve d1v1dends at efferson Savxngs
are lnsured up to S10 000 on each account D1v1
dends are pald for the full month on payments
recelved as late as the tenth
JEFFERSON FEDERAL SAVINGS
86 LOAN ASSOCIATION
17th 86 K Streets Northwest EXecut1ve 3 0747
C A R R I E R D R U G
6822 Wlsconsln Avenue
Free Delww y CHEVY CHASE 15
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