Georgetown Preparatory School - Cupola Yearbook (North Bethesda, MD)
- Class of 1955
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From the moment of his conversion until his death, St. Paul stroxc for and
finally died for the print-iplvs of inoraliti. faith and charity as taught hy Josus Christ.
His own lift- is an otvrnal vxaniple of virluf' in ai human lic-ing rlvxeflopf-cl to the
highest clegroc. Since' lhv priniary purpose UliPfllll'llll0l1. as f-xprvssvcl hy Pope Pius
XI in his cnrfycliiral, is to show us what no arc- to he and what we must do in order
to attain thi- sulilinw ond for whit-li wt' haw' ln-on I'l'l'illf'tl. it is i'llJlJI'0lJI'lillt' tha
High School students. who arv soon lo talw our place-s as adults in socivty. should
model our lixes on that ol' this great Saint of tht- Church.
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Students leaving the chapel after Benediction.
Sl. Paul. a lllllll of lil101'11l ml111'a1li1m11 Wag wclloolccl in ll l
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NVQ ilI'lll 0lll'S0lXOS 1sill1 llw Cl0l'llHl NYFQIIHUIIS of Saint Paul, YN'llll vlzlssivall and
sciC11liHc 11isclo111. lnul almxv alll. with lllc Cl11'isli1111 N'lSCl0lll of Ullilflly. Wye see
clearly l10l111'v IIS Olll' 111issim1. We sliklll pursue it with illat same devotion, heroic
courage and zeal, which llml clcclicalcd Illilll so nubly exe-111plili0s.
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REV. PHILIP A. MCGREEVY, SJ
Prefect of Studies
Father McCreevy came to Prep last year as our first
Prefect of Studies at all times. His ofhce has been open
to us to seek his aid and guidance in our scholastic problems.
As Seniors, we are especially grateful to Father lVlcGreevy
for the sound advice and invaluable assistance he has
rendered us in choosing a college and a career.
It would indeed he diflicult to express adequately our
sincere regard and deep respect for Rev. Philip A. Mc-
Creevy, Sul., to whoni we dedicate our yearbook.
A familiar sight to the seniors. Are those the College Board Exam results
on the desk?
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Show fhysebf in all
things 1114 cwmple of
gavdwzfrks, Ill Keauh-
ing, in Jnfegrify and
OYRCE Of Wi HEADMHSYEI
the Clase of '55:
an you step log-ward
W deal' Graduates of
You have ey anst elncere congratulations
to receive your diplomas on your Graduation Day. Your school has put
on yuug she is indeed proud to number you albng
ner seal o
you have ep
During your years at Georgetown Pnp
f these lessons have been plaasan!-5
ons Some o
only in the c
hour! learning nany lees .
oqwe-rs, not so pleasant. They have been learned not
frown, but ln your play and your sports and your varied activities. all
have hal one objective: to help you to form yourselves into educa
Catholic gentlemen. C1-owning and perneatlng all, therefore, have been
the lessons you have learned at the feet of our Sseraslntal King
the Chapel, the leesons of his personal knowledge and lovo.
as you leave your school to pursue your further educat on
myers and good wishes of qaelf and
11 0od's b
you take with you the
of all the Faculty. In all of llfo's viclssltudes
ou always and ever strivo oo llva up tn Um hlgh
ttain to the full asasuro
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aay you a
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ideals you have aet fo
Christ Jesus our Lord
of aarvlwod Ln
Fr' Ryankazlx examples of
in the schcjiitidly interest
Here he is sho S activiti9S.
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the hfsf place awe:-jsentxng
Iwjfnrlfr of the seventh Z the
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ren. ow' Tommy War-
Hunan a. Ryan, 5.1.
REV. THOMAS J. DUGAN, s.J., Prefccz of Discipline
,limi Hold Chem. . .
REV. PAUL F. x. LEARY, s.J., In-.15,.f.f
Mr. James P. Bradley, SJ. Mr. Edward J. Brown, SJ. Mr. Augustine J. Coupe, A.B.
Latin, English, Religion, History Latin, English, Religion Biology, Clicmistry
Rev. William V. Cummings, SJ
Mr. Francis L. Duffy, 5.1.
English, Frcncli, Religion
Rev. Joseph M. johnson, SJ.
, - ' Mr. John E. Joyce, A.B.
English, History, Mathematics
Rev. Kelvin T. MacKavanagh, SJ.
Latin, English, Greek
Mr. J. Alexander MacMurtrie, S.j. Mr. William J. McGrath, SJ.
Latin, Greek, English, Religion English, Religion, Mathematics
in Nofablgf ,CGW g 8 team . . .
'r. Paul Alexander McNeill, A.B., A.lVl.
Mr. Edwin T. lVIcGroarty, SJ.
English, Latin, Greek, Religion
Rev. Joseph F. Monaghan, SJ.
tudent Counselor, English, Religion
Mr. John T. Mehr, A.B
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Mr. Burton Proctor, SJ.
Rev. Donald C. Reilly, SJ
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Mr. Francis J. Schemel, SJ. Adm. Robert G. Tobin, B.S. Mr. Thomas V. Whelan, A.B
German, Higfgry Mathematics Hi5l0fy
Mr. Thomas B. Wright, A.B., M.A.
Mr. Coupe and Admiral Tobin seem to
be pondering an important question.
Bro. James A. Brown, SJ.
Bro. Thomas J. Greene, SJ.
,Ciw in Mutual flarmmy.
Bro Alfredo Oswald, SJ.
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a point, but Gilmore ancl
Gogos seem to think its
First Rmr: Lcasure C., Romulo, Shanahan, Hertz, Gogos Sccnnd Row: Quinlan W., lVlcKaba
4Treas.l, McKeever fPres.l, Mr. MacMurtrie, SJ., King 4Vice-Pres.l, Hearne lSec'yl,
Escudero M. Third Row: Cumberland, Mergner, Dolan J., Heller L., Suffredini, DeArnias.
Fourth Row: Rice, Keenan, Gilmore G., Ryan C. Missirig-Forster.
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Puffy explains the answer
3 De Waters' question in
First Row: Brown, Fitzpatrick, Kcmpton, Weber, Quigley. Second Row: Ross, McComas
fSec'y.l, Hollandsworth fTreas.P, Mr. Duffy, SJ., DeWaters fPres.l, Brulatoul' fVice-Pres.?,
Cronin M. Third Row: Bowden, Tenerowicz, Glenn, Noonan, Scarff, Cost, Cusack W.,
414 listens attentively as Mr.
McGroarty lectures, but
Gallagher seems to have
something else on his mind.
First Row: Davis, Richards, Ryan S., Postle, Ruppert, Gallagher, Second Row: Lapeyre,
Sheats, lTreas.3, DeFranceaux fPres.l, Mr. McGroarty, SJ., Darby lVice-Pres.l, Leffingwell,
Hargrett. Third Rmr: Smyth, Caulfield, Knight, Nobel, Canfield, Wright, Cazedessus,
Teodoro F., Murphy J. Fourth Row: Credle, Carroll, Becker, Rinaldi.
Most of 4B need their hooks,
but Hamilton and Redling
seem to know Mr. Braclley's
question from memory.
First Row: Redling, Fattell, Clarke, Hartman, Dean, Tipton. Second Row: Jaramillo, But
tinelli fTreas.3, Schaefer 1Pres.l, Mr. Bradley, SJ., Fisher, Crowley fSec'y.l, Menendez
Third Row: Dorsey, Shimizu, Reilly, Cusack M., lVlcGuinness, Smith, Aneskewich, Hamilton F
Fourth Row: Pehle, Stone, O,Donoghue, Bennett. Missing-Provosty lVice-Pres.J.
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Fr. Reilly stumps his stu-
dents with one of the more
difficult Latin constructions.
Firs! Row: Pons, Long B., Pino, Potter, Parsons, Kcpple. Second Row: Hillenbrand, Figge J.,
O'lVlelia 1Pres.l, Fr. Reilly. S.J., Jacobs fSec'y.l, Timchak, Costa-Sanseverino, F. Third
Row: Bailor, O'Bryan, Fallon, Nannetti, G., Woodward, Tydings. Fourth Row: lVlcGranery,
J., Dolan T., Butler, Boggs, Powell fVice-Prcs.l, Raclicc.
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First Rmv: Lcasurc -I., Lloyd, Weller, Arias, Krebs, Clark. Second Row: Andrade, Thayer,
Teodoro M. lPres.l, Mr. Brown, SJ., Baraona KVice-Pres.l, Skinner M. lSec'y.-Treas.l,
Stafford. Third Row: Escudero W., Carrier, Lopez, Delli-Bovi, Shannon C., Cozzone,
O'Neill. Fourth Row: Shuman, Sherry, Beckman, Kwiterovitch, Ferdinand.
A,.Q If education is self-activity
under guidance, then 3B
exemplifies it for Mr. Whe-
Pint Row: Pierce, Carolan, Banos, Gallaghcr, J., Quinlan, J., Broglio lTrcas.l, Keenan,
Nlurphy, T. fPres.l. Second Row: Watkins, Nannetti M., Gerety P., Mr. McGrath, S.J.,
Ellis P., Gibb, Mehle. Third Rmaf: Eakin, Morrealc, Long J., O'Brien, Mclncrncy, Hamilton
J., Stone, Wood, Schuyler lVice-Pres.-Sec'y.l.
Mr. McGrath and the Eighth
Grade seem to be enjoying
Mm-pl1y's predicament at
First Row: Sawtelle, Bell, Shannon R. Second Row: Anderson, Abell lSec'y.l, Reynales
lPres.7, Mr. Joyce, Brewer fVice-Pres.l, Potter, Warren fTreas.l. Third Row: Kling,
lVlcGranery C., Goudreau, Keelty, Riggs. Missing-Gercty P.
Sums of lllc participants in
the Seventh Grade Hobby
Show pose with their ex-
hibits. Left to right: Gou-
dreau, Sawtelle, Abell,
Brewer, Kcelty, Riggs.
Activities may vary, but the same
Civil makes all of them fruiyul in
all Wim cugagv in thaw.
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Lamb, Ross and Haley in the midst of decorating the
South Room for the annual Sodality Dance.
The objective in mind of this year's Senior Sodality, under
Fr. Monaghan, SJ., was two-fold. First of all, it was a more
intense formation of each individual Sodalist according to the
ideal the Sodality wishes him to beg it was this part of the
objective that was stressed in the weekly meetings. The second
olljective was an apostolic one, the teaching of Cathechism, by
members of the Senior Sodality, to the children at the Christ
Child Camp. It is hoped that such apostolic work can he
broadened in the near future.
A successful food drive was sponsored hy the Sodality
at Thanksgiving for the Old Folks Home conducted by the
Carmelites in Georgetown. The Sodality Dance this year was
also a great success.
Moderator, Fr. Monaghan, with some of the Senior Socialists, Haley, Archer,
Cronin, Merlcle, Figge, Marechal.
First Row: Molinari, Haley, Vosseller, McGarvey, Middleton, Markle, Yeatman. Second Row:
Cronin, Cianciulli, Harrigan, Archer, Kane, Gilmore. Third Row: Stokes, Byrnes, Marechal,
Garlick, Figge, Lilly.
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First Row: Diggins, Romwsbcr, Miirphy F., Lamb, Kcmpton, Cost, Brulatour. Svcmid Row:
Dolan, Cronin M., Ross, Ryan, Fitzpatrick, Suffrcdini, Heller. Third Razr: Brown, Bowden,
Gilmore G., Cumberland, King, Hertz, Mcrgner, Romulo.
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First Row: McGranery, Ruppert, Fallon, Fr. Monaghan SJ., Smyth, Nlurpliy J., Postlc. Sccmid
Row: Ferdinand, McGuincss, Knight, Beckman, Clarke.
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First Row: O'Bryan, Timchak, Lapeyre, Potter, Fr. Reilly, SJ. Second Row: Fattell, Pons
Ryan, Darby, Davis, Dorsey. Third Row: Crowley, Sherry, Credle, Parsons, Shears, Aneskewich
Before lPCIj0llllIl5I ll 54-nior Smlzllisl. the bllllllflll
must lIlNlf'l'gI0 il pr-riocl ul li1ll'lIlilllUll ,mil lnwnlvzltiml.
ll is in llw l'rolva1tim1 Smlulily llull the Apusllv is
forlnvml. 'lille may uf lift- that is llu' Fmlulily is
sccn llllhllgll the lj1'UllLlllUll Sutlality.
Officers of the Probation Sodality: Jay Wright, Sec'y.,
Pete Kwiterovitch, Vice-Pres., Bernie Credle, Pres.
Scared: Hargrett, Suffredini, Vosseller, Kempton, Hertz, Tuthill, Shanahan. Standing: Mr.
Schcmel, SJ., Moderator, Gilmore G., Ryan, Noonan, Cianciulli, Canfield, Garliclc.
Ryan, Brnlatuur, and Vusscller checking the script for "Dress Reversal."
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Romulo, Mr. Duffy, Moder-
ator, and Vosseller, Editor,
seated, hustle to get the next
issue out, while Garlick,
McGuiness, lVlcKaba, Escu-
dero, and Diggins assist
The staff of the schools literary-news
lllilgtlllllfb has worked steadily throughout
the year to produce magazines that had
literary excellence and journalistic interest.
lllr. Dully, SJ., with ,lim Vosseller, liclitor,
planned lllilgLlZlIlP5 that lime interest for
the students, and at thc same time be up
to the SlilllCllll'fl5 of the lrest high school
lll1lg2lZlllC. The Blue and Cray was en-
tered in the national competition of the
Ctjlllllllllil Scholastic Press Associationis
contest for the Hrst time in March.
Some more of Mr. Duffy's
staff: Tuthill, Perez, Dona-
hue, Kane, Cianciulli, Pulido
We began work on the Cupola early in September, hut soon
discovered just how short a few months can be. Even with the
photographs, senior write-ups, theme, extra-curricular activities all
behind us. the work has just begun.
Only by frenzied selecting, sorting, rewriting, revising and
relyping, were we able to meet our deadlines and have it published
on time. Fred Murphy, the Editor-in-Chief, together with Mr.
Broun, SJ.. the Moderator, shouldered most of the burden. Pete
Gilmore and Mr. Bradley, SJ., handled the financial end.
With our heads still spinning and our fingers aching, we can
sit back and enjoy with you the Cupola of 1955.
Fred Murphy, Editor-in-Chief,
Dick Hannibal, Sports Editor
and John Donahue, Assistant
Editor, discuss some potential
problems with Mr. Brown, Mod-
The Cupola's Art staff,
Greg Kane and Andy Haley
talk over proposals for the
Here are the men who make
the Yearbook possible by
providing its ads and Pa-
trons. Mr. Bradley and Pete
Gilmore, Business Manager,
are pictured here as they go
over the book's financial
One of the high spots of the
year was the Solemn High
Mass closing the Marian
Year on December 8. Here
John Figge, Master of Cere-
monies, Paul Tipton and
John Weber, acolytes serve
ALTAR BUY SOCIETY
Mr. McGrath has no trouble in finding altar boys to serve Bcnediction, Mass and
other liturgical functions at Prep.
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OFFICERS OF THE LIBRARY CLUB: Left to Right: Mr. McNeill, Moderator, Roberto
Romulo, Vice-Pres., Antonio Puliclo, Pres., Carlos Perez, Sec'y., Peter Diggins, Editor.
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The Student Council, this year, was headed
hy Dick Hannibal, the President of the Yard.
Under his ahlc leadership and with the help of
the Presidents of the other classes, the Student
Council has afforded each individual student
with a representative hody through which he
may express himself. The students of this
year must he given great credit for the tre-
mendous rise in school spirit which took
A grateful thanks and a hope for continued
success for the Prepls Student Council.
President of the Yard Hannibal handing out
The Student Council in session.
Sealed: McKeever, Molinari, Didden, Hannibal, Kane, Schaefer. Standing: Teodoro, De
Franceaux, De Waters, O'Melia, Murphy T., Reynales.
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A general view of the annual Father and Son Banquet sponsored by the Fathers' Club. At this
dinner, the trophies and letters were awarded to the outstanding players on the football teams
The Georgetown Prep Fathers' Cluh, enjoying
its second year as a separate organization, has spon-
sored with great success a program of active and
informative talks designed to familiarize thc Fathers
with the prohlems encountered during the high
school education of their sons.
Among the prominent speakers who addressed
the Fathers' Cluh were the Rev. Brian A. lVlcCrath,
SJ., Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences of
Georgetown Universityg Dr. Francis lVl. Forster,
Dean of the Georgetown Medical Schoolg Hon.
Wlilliam F.. Leahy, Director of the Selective Service
System, and Mr. Frank D. Norton, Deputy Direc-
torg Mr. Edward T. Folliard, internationally
famous news and political columnist.
Judging from the enthusiastic reception on the
part of all the Fathers, this organization can look
forward to many fruitful years.
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Terry Lamb, one of our first team
debaters, takes the affirmative side,
and seems to be making his point.
The Senior Debating Society provides an opportunity
to develop forensic interests and talents. Its purpose is both
intellectual and social: intellectual, insofar as it exercises
the powers of thinking, and social, in that it aims at fluency
in public. These purposes are accomplished in a two-fold
manner: by engaging in regular weekly intra-mural debates
and secondly, through interscholastic competition.
A selected team of debaters, under their moderator,
Mr. lVlcCroarty, SJ., competes in the Washington Catholic femiveb' fo their UPPOMUVS 3
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l'orens1c League. lVlany of these same teams represented mem' I5 'here a weak spot'
Georgetown Prep in many tournaments, such as Valley
Forge Military Academy, Georgetown University, and our
own Annual Invitational Debate Tournament in February.
Mr. McGroarIy, Moderator, gives a run-down to the Senior Debaters on the Catholic League
Greg Kane and Terry Lamb listen at
Here the Junior Debaters learn some of the finer points from Mr. McGroarty
The most important preparation for a League
debate is intramural competition. Here Tom
Dorsey gets some practice.
This Fl'CSllIllZ1Il and Sophomore Debating Club
engages also in regular weekly intra-mural debates,
as well as in the Washington Catholic League of
,lunior Dehaters. This year, the Prep Junior De-
haters, under the guidance of Mr. lVlcCroarty, Sal.,
are striving to retire their division title and trophy
lor the third year in a row. As we go to press, we
wish lllCIl1 success and happy hunting!
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First Row: DeFranceaux, Cronin M., Hollandswcrth, Powell, Leasure C., McKeever, Haley,
Marechal fManagcrl. Second Row: Middleton J., Ellis R., Middleton W., Co-Captains
Diddcn and McGarvcy, Archer, Harrigan, Cronin E., Hines. Third Row: Schaefer, Keenan J.,
Aneskewich, O'Donoghue, King, Carroll, McComas, Cusack M., Lamb P. T.
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but it is too late.
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All-Metropolitan, All-Prep Guard,
Bob Ellis C243 grounded as
soon as he catches Didden's
Tony Carroll 1387, end, hit hard after snatching Didden's pass near
Loyola's goal line. No. 36 is Chuck King.
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The J.V.,s, undcr the guidance of Mr. O'Donnell,
coach, made a good showing of tllcmselvcs. Long
hours on the practice held, and rugged scrimmages
with the Varsity, paid off at game time. Although
tl1e win and loss column is not too impressive, the
J.V.'s, against stiff competition, rendered a good
account of their spirit and determination.
By any other yardstick, the season was a success
for the main objectives were achieved, namely,
working with the varsity to assist them, and to
prepare players for the varsity of future years.
First Row: Middleton J., Haley, Paull, Hines, Middleton W., Lamb P. T., Smyth, Pons.
Second Row: Leffingwell, Cronin M., Weber, Fitzpatrick, Keenan J., McComas, Boggs,
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The strong Jayvee line charges Episcopal's backfield.
The line marker was knocked down on this play as one Middleton C171 stopped hard after a good run
of St. Alban's men is forced out of bounds.
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First Row: Gallagher J., Murphy T., Costa-Sanseverino F., Hillenbrand, Pierce, Stafford,
Broglio. Second Row: O'Brien, Schuyler, Quinlan J., Ellis P., Keenan G., Long B., Cozzone,
Timchak, Gerety P. Third Row: Teocloro M., Davis, Figge J., Tydings, Costa-Sanseverino L.,
Clark, Thayer, Mr. Whelan fcoachl.
Under the capable direction of Mr. Whelan, the
Futures defeated Blessed Sacrament, were beaten
by Episcopal, and tied Blessed Sacrament in another It.
game. Jim Figge, Wes Schuyler, and Manuel Too-
doro, who showed great promise for future years,
were awarded post-season trophies for outstanding
Futures watch intently as teammates battle it out with
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it out with one of the men from Bethesda-Chevy Chase.
From ll10 vcry lirsl praclicc scssions, il was cvident that the 1955
Hoya czlglvls would prove il Scrappy. good-sllooling outfit on the
lmrclwood. Cmnt- Fl'lJl'llill'y, lllv rm,-orcl I,'0IllAl'lllf'Cl lllcse plcclicliolls,
for it tolullml up to an ilnprf-ssivc Olvwrl x'im'l0riers. Xvllilt the lmoys
lacked in lwiglxl. thcy Illlllll' up for in skill. spirit, and uggrcssivmlcss,
and produced il squad lllul has lmecn lllff finvsl l'PlJl'f'SClllilllYC of our
school in many ycursg u tcum wc have lwccn proucl lo watch and CllCC1'.
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of his spectacular over-the-
Tim Hollandsworth, Assist-
ant Coach Mehr, and Mike
N4 McKaba, talk o v e r the
chances of the coming game.
Left to right: Chick Lcasurc,
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58 . . . . . Gallaudet . .
51 . . , . . St. Stephen's
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47 . . . . . St. Anthony's
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56 .... DeMatha ..
55 . . . . . St. Alban's .
55 .... . . . Northwestern
50 .,.. . . . St. John's . .
72 ..., . . . Friends . . .
49 .... , . . Priory . .
50 .... Wilson
35 .,.. . . . Episcopal . .
57 .... Mackin
47 .... . . . Gonzaga . . .
Mike McKaba shooting for two.
First Row: Left to right-Ellis, Credle, Leasure, Leffingwell, Hollandsworth, McKaba. Second
Row: Mr. Mehr, Assistant Coach, McComas, Carroll, Aneskewich, King, Didden, Mr. Crowley,
Coach. Missing: Hearne.
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Trophy, won this year by the Prep.
Frazier i215 of St. Jol1n's and McKaba struggle for possession of the ball.
King is king.
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Left to Right: Chuck King, Greg Didden, Coach Crowley, Bob Ellis, and Tony Carroll.
Tony Carroll on a fast break for two' Chuck King driving in for two points.
Frannie Ycatman, seated, explaining a tough
shot to his fellow golfers after a hard day on the
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The members of the Tennis team are in for a busy season. After
much practice last Fall, they should have a successful squad.
Kneeling: Wright, Escudero, Brulatour. Standing: Sheats, Ten-
erowicz, Hearne, Dean.
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Jay Wright practicing his serves for tournament competition.
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Left to Riglxl: Lynn Smith, Jerry Glenn, Greg Hargrett, Ken Skinner, Walt Skinner. Missing
All high-ranking members of the National Rifle Associa-
tion and staunch supporters of the Junior Rifle Club.
Left to Right: Lynn Smith, Jerry Glenn, Ken Skinner,
The prospects for the 1955 season look
good, as we go to press. With many returning
veterans and several newcomers, Coach
Wlielan hopefully looks forward to a berth
in the top division of this yearis Catholic
League playoffs. With men like Didden, Kane,
King, De Armas and lVlcKaha, the Prep will
probably attain an envious record. We cer-
tainly hope that the Prep nine will continue
to hold the prestige gained by the men of
the Blue and Cray this year in Inter scholastic
Tony Carroll and Greg Didden, two of the return-
ing stalwarts, hold their guarantee to a good bat-
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JOHN C. ARCHER
308 Taplow Rd. Baltimore, Md.
'flohnnyn . . . hve year man . . . Stalwart of the football
team . . . Winner of '53 Homecomingxtrophy . . . ravenous
appetite . . . "first" . . . Commutes between Prep and
Baltimore most weekends . . . Accompanies Hines to Visita-
tion on Sunday afternoons . . . "But Misterli' . . . Great
Football 2,3, Varsity 4,5.6g Baseball 2,3,4g Basketball 5g Sodality 2,3,
4-,5,6g Class Officer 33 Berchmans' Society 2,3,4,5,6g Intramural Bas-
ketball 4,5g Rifle 2,3g Dance Committee 4,5,6g Golf 2g Dramatics 5.
MICHAEL A. BYRNES
4700 Bradley Blvd. Chevy Chase, Md.
"Who stole my pewter lamp?,' . . . Always found with John
. . . Goodwill ambassador from Canada . . . Drives a
Monarch . . . An admirer of good books . . . 'AHey Doctor!"
. . . Newest alumnus of the Byrnes boys . . . Ought to be in
politics . . . Advocator of the Fine Arts . . . Sailing enthusi-
ast . . . "But l am sick, Brotherf'
Berchmans' Society 4,5,6g Blue and Cray 63 Dramatics 5,6g Dance
Committee 5,65 Intramurals 4,6g Choir 5,69 Debating 5g Golf 4,5,6.
Class of 1955
EUGENE PHILIP CIANCIULLI
495 Boulevard Bayonne, N. I.
Hlerseyl' . . . Swears by Marlon Brando . . . Flashy dresser
. . . Bop and Jazz fan . . . Acquired tape recorder during
summer . . . 6B scholar . . . "Cot any food?'7 . . . Four
years at Prep . . . 4'Yankees" . . . 'gHey Jimbo" . . . Defends
New Jersey with great eloquence . . . 4'If I were home
11ow . . . 'i . . . Finally turing Collegiate . . . Byrnes' old
Sodality 3,4,5,6g Dramatics 5,63 Blue and Cray 65 Berchmans' Soci-
ety 3,4-,5,6g Football 3g Baseball 5g Intramural Basketball 3,4-,5,6g
Class Officer 3,4-,5g Dance Committee 4-,5,6.
2905 Cathedral Ave. Washington, D. C.
"Luigi" . . . Class of '55's representative from sunny Italy
. . . Youthful senior . . . Noted future . . . Known for
rough breathings . . . Peter Diggins' companion.
Football 5,63 Intramural Basketball 4-,5,6g Baseball 5g Debating 4-,6g
Blue and Cray 6g Library Club 5,63 Dance Committee 5.
EDMUND B. CRON IN
11712 Grandview Ave. Wheaton, Md.
"Steady Edi' . . . Class clown . . . Lives in the Maryland
wilderness . . . Drives simulated stage coach to and from
school . . . Funny remark for almost every statement . . .
Known for four year coat . . . L'Hey, what was the German
homcwork?,' . . . Has a real clean Merc.
Football 3, Varsity 4,5,6g Baseball 3,45 Intramural Basketball 4,53
Sodality 3,-4,63 Debating 6g Dance Committee 4,5,63 Dramatics 4,5.
GREGORY JAMES DIDDEN
3365 Stuyvesant Place, N.W. Washington, D. C.
"Ape" . . . Great guy on and off the athletic field . . .
Distinguished Veep of Class of 355 . . . Noted lover . . .
All around athlete . . . g'Daah, I think, ahhln . . . "Who,
me?" . . . Muscles.
Football 3, Varsity 4-,5,6g Basketball 3,4-, Varsity 5,65 Baseball 3,
Varsity 4,5,6g Sodality 39 Class Oflicer 53 Vice-President of the Yard.
PETER SHEEHAN DIGGINS
9716 Bexhill Dr. Kensinglon, Md.
"Peter', . . . Gets honor for smallest boy in class . . .
Pleasingly joyful . . . Always smiling . . . Genial host . . .
"Yes Mister?" . . . Noted for his hobby.
Sodality 1,2,3,4,5,6g Debating 4-,5,6g Blue and Gray 6g Library Club
5,63 Dance Committee 6.
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JOHN FRANCIS DONAHUE
Cedar Pafkwdy Cheyy Chase,
"Big ,lohnn . . . Gets nod for heaviest in the class . . . Jovial
political figure . . . Schooled in international affairs . . .
Great school spirit . . . Fine sense of humor . . . "But
Mister l "
Sodality 3,4,5,6g Class Officer 3,63 Debating 4,5,6g Blue and Cray 5,63
Class of 1955
ROBERT MORGAN ELLIS
5302 Kenwood Ave. Chevy Chase, Md.
"Goose" . . . Prep's answer to Don Hudson . . . Summers
at Plum Point , . . Tobacco field measurer . . . Hook shot
artist . . . Four tie man . . . Enjoys cowboy songs . . . Joke
teller deluxe . . . Always hustling.
Sodality 3,4g Debating 6g Class Ofiicer 4g Football 3,4, Varsity 5,65
Baseball 3,4-5 Dance Committee 5,6g Basketball Varsity 5,6.
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JOHN KAHL FIGGE
235 Fernwood Ave. Davenport, Iowa
"Fig" Ernest Hemingway of Georgetown Pre
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Hunts elephants in season . . . Brooks Brother's best
customer . . . lnstituted Red Dog at Prep . . . "Ten bucks
Iowa beats Notre Dame" . . . Plans to attend Holy Cross
. . . Perennial member of Varsity Golf team . . . Highest
ambition to shoot a Mau Mau.
Berchmans' Society 3,4,5,6g Choir 5,6g Debating 4-,6g Dramatics 6g
Golf 3, Varsity 4,5,6g Blue and Gray 64 Dance Committee 5,69 Intra-
mural Basketball 4,5,6g Sodality 3,6.
Class of 1955
THOMAS BOND GARLICK
223 Alexander St. Rochester, N. Y.
"Tom7' . . . Prep's finest Dixieland collection . . . "Joe,
this room is a mess" . . . Doesn't worry too much about life
. . . Bandleader of the "122,l Club . . . Commutes to Rock
Point and "his boysl' . . . Never seems to be in a hurry
. . . Very likeable . . . 6'I'll tell you what welll don . . .
Great sense of humor . . . Thinking of Medicine at G.U.
Sodality 5,6g Drainatics 5,63 Berchmans' Society 5,63 Blue and Gray
6g Intramurals 5,65 Class Officer 6g Dance Committee 6.
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EDWARD A. GARVEY
1210 Geranium St., N.W. WHS,lil1gl0IL 12, D. C.
"Ed" . . . Known throughout the world for his unforgettable
party . . . Proud driver of black Buick . . . has his own
brand of humor . . . 'gCruising up one side and down the
Coll 2,33 Baseball 3.
MAURICE E. GILMORE
S11 Moorlanrl Lane Bethesda, Md.
"Pete', . . . Noted scholar . . . Expert business manager of
the '55 Cupola . . . One of Prep's Bethesda boys . . . van
usually be found with Murphy . . . noted for his brother
. . . 'gMaurice".
Football 3,4,5: Intramural Football 6, Basketball 4,5,6g Baseball 3g
Class Officer 34 Sodality 3,4,5,6g Cupola 6g Debating 4,5,6.
Graduates X! sa
ANDREW G. HALEY
3815 Huntington St., N.W. Washington, D. C.
H110 Andy" . . . Vacations in Kentucky . . . Likes driving
in unusual places . . . Has notorious parties . . . Thinks of
most unique things to do . . . Noted for his hospitality . . .
one of the class sketchers . . . always on the lookout for
new friends . . . "Who with?"
Football 3,4-,6g Baseball 65 Dance Committee 5,63 Sodality 2,3,4,5,6g
Debating 4-,6g Cupola 6g Intramural Football 4, Basketball 4-,5,
Tennis 53 Dramatics 5.
RICHARD J. I-IANNIBAL
13891 Edgewater Drive Lakewood 7, Ohio
g'Varsity Dick" . . . Our President of the Yard . . . Likes
Lilly's Hi-Fi record player . . . Terrific school spirit
throughout his six years . . . "Hey, Dick, what happened to
the Indians?', . . . Goodwill ambassador of 6A . . . Four
year man in baseball and football, but didn't finish latter.
Football 1,2, Varsity 3,4.5,63 Baseball l,2, Varsity 3,4,5,63 Basketball
1.23 Intramurals 3,4,53 Track 3,43 Rifle 1,2,33 President of the Yardg
Class Officer 1,2,3,43 Sodality 1,2,3,4,5,63 Dance Committee 5,63 Blue
and Cray 63 Cupola 6.
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WILLIAM DWIGHT HARRIGAN
Southern Gentleman . . . Six year man . . . Blaise's old
buddy . . . Dignified accent . . . Describes grouse hunting
in Scotland . . . "Old Faithfulw of Prep line . . . Weekends
in New York . . . Boosts ,Bama . . . "Did y'all get that
Frehcl1?" . . . Extremely popular . . . Owns every tree in
Alabama . . . "Any questions, Harrigan?"
Football 1,2,3. Varsity 4,5,6Q Baseball 12,31 Intramural Basketball
4-,5,63 Class Officer 3.63 Sodality 1,2,3,4,5,6Q Dance Committee 4-,5,63
Choir 5,6Q Bc-rchmans' Society 3,4,5,6.
Class of 1955
JOSEPH MICHAEL HELLER
3314 Winnett Rd. Chevy Chase, Md.
"Joe" . . . "Hey, what was the German homework?" . . .
Has a real clean Merc and has been using it ever since he
got his license to withdraw himself from the school grounds
before it's too late.
Football 2,3g Baseball 2,3g Intramural Football 2,39 Dance Com-
mittee 5,6g Golf 3,5.
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JOHN RAYMOND HINES
411 Santa Domingo
Apt. Country Club Marianml Habana, Cuba
An all-around good guy . . . Liked by all . . . Cuban terror
on the golf links . . . Likes to spear fish . . . Never com-
plains, much . . . Varsity football is his Autumn occupation,
but with the first breath of Spring, he can be found only
near Father Mackis 19th hole . . . "School work?" . . .
"Aw, it's simplef,
Class Oliicer 1.2g Sndality 1.2.34 Football l.2,3,4, Varsity 5.64 Berch-
nians' Society 3,4-,5.6g Golf 34 Baseball 1,2g Intramural Basketball
4,53 Dancc Committee 5,6.
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JOHN GREGORY KANE
5207 Andover Rd. Chevy Chase, Md.
"Greg" . . . "The Brain" . . . "Don't burn me, boyl' . . .
Hardest hitting leadoff man in the 4'C.L.', . . . 'll parrcd
number hve today" . . . Never misses honors . . . Always
Baseball 3. Varsity 4.5,6g Basketball 35 Intramural Football 4-,5,6g
Sodality 3,4,5,6, Ollicer 6g Class President 63 Blue and Cray 63
Cupola 6g Debating 4,5,6g Dance Committee 6.
PAUL TERRENCE LAMB
1660 Irving Sl.. N.W. Wasltinglon, D. C.
"Terry', . . . g'Look, Ma, no teeth" . . . Really enjoyed
football camp . . . Loves those Junior Prom swimming
parties . . . 'SI get pretty mad" . . . Yellow hair has turned
to gold . . . Always happy . . . Future President of Hessick
Baseball 25 Golf 4, Varsity 5,63 Football Varsity 6g Sodality 2,3,4,5,6,
Olheer 5,65 Debating 4,5,6g Class Ollicer 4,6g Dance Committee 4,5,6.
PETER G. LAMB
4900 Indian Lane, N.W. Washirlglon 16, D. C.
"Pete', . . . Always present at Prep dances . . . Popular host
. . . A member in good standing with the Hot-Rod Associa-
tion of America . . . Spends summers on a farm in Indiana.
Class Officer 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,4g Baseball 3,4g Sodality 1,2,3g
Dramatics 5,6g Dance Committee 4,5,6.
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ROBERT A. LILLY
507 So. Coodlclt St. Memphis, Tennessee
uBob" . . . True Southern Gentleman . . . Excellent student
. . . Prospective Annapolis midshipman . . . Noted for
battles with Nlarechal over Terps . . . Rochmoninoff of
Senior Corridor . . . Sports car fan . . . Cave a Hi-Fi demon-
stration once . . . Good sense of humor . . . liked by all.
Sodality 3,6g Baseball 3,fl4,5,6g Football 43 Dance Committee 5g Blue
and Cray 6.
PAUL A. MARECHAL
3 Pooks Hill Rd. Bethesda, Md.
'Pauli' . . . Pilots a green Studebaker . . . Likes those
summer weekends . . . "You must be out of your .... mind"
. . . well known in Daytona . . . Man about'tossn . . .
"Finnie called, and .... " . . . Mr. Swettis right hand
man . . . "Where's lVlarian?,' . . . Remarkable social life
. . . Noted for loucl and timely remarks . . . School spirit
Fodality 3,4,5,6g Debating 4,5,6g Intramural Basketball 5,63 Dance
Committee 6g Football Manager 63 Blue and Cray 5,63 Class Ollicer
65 Cupola 6.
RAYMOND C. MCGARVEY
3133 Connecticut Ave. Washington. D. C.
"Ray,' . . . Pilots the hottest Chevy in town . . . Likes his
llamburgers nice and meaty . . . Biggest little fullback in
the city . . . 'Tm up to 138 now" . . . 'gWell, shoot!" . . .
Yoarns for that Daytona sunshine . . . Fighting spirit . .
"Oh, those eyesw . . . Winner of '51- Homecoming trophy.
Football l.2,3,4, Varsity 5,6g Baseball 3.-lg Basketball 39 Intramurals
3.4-,5,6g Berchmans' Society 3.4,5,6g Sodality 2,3,4,5,6g Debating 4,6g
Class Officer 1,4t,5,6g Dance Committee 3,5,6.
Class of 1955
EDGAR KENT MERKLE
2301 Queens Chapel Rd. Washington, D. C.
"Kent', . . . "The Hunter" . . . Wheaties man of the class
. . . "But, Sir, I mean, Fathor" . . . Defies the elements of
Physics . . . Trying hard to learn Skinner's dialect . . .
Never stops laughing.
Sodality 3,4-,5,6g Golf 3,4.5.6g Library Club 5,63 Baseball 5g Debating
6g Intramural Football 5,6g Dance Committee 5,6.
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JOHN HOWARD MIDDLETON
683 Sherwood Rd., N.L'. Atlanta, Ca.
'Ilohnnyn . . . "Aw, come on, Billy" . . . Tall tales of
Australian nights . . . Noted for heated debates in Physics
class . . . Ardcnl Army fan . . . Great admirer of Prep life
. . . Plans to engineer at Georgia Tech.
Football 3,4, Varsity 6: Baseball 6g Intramural Basketball 4,63
Sodality 3,6g Coll 6g Library Club 6.
Class of 1955
WILLIAM ADAMS MIDDLETON
683' SlIf'l'll'00!I Rd.. NI. Allunln. Cn.
"Clem" . . . "Good day, fella" . . . Creets friends with Z1
cross body block . . . Proud owner of a distinguished pipe
. . . "Anyone llilYC' any tobacc0?77 . . . Bears at remarkable
reseniblunce to John Middleton . . . Noted for his immacu-
latcly kept rooln.
Fmlality 3.4.61 Library Club 69 Intramurals 6g Football 3,'1, Varsity
Og Baseball 3,1.
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RAFAEL A. MOLINARI
.f1sl1.l'ol'1I flue. and Earle SI.
l'.0. Box 1895, San Juan Sanlurc. Pucrlu Rico
"Mole" . . . President of OB . . . Has a swimming pool in
l'nerto Rico . . . "Yeh!', . . . Good baseball player . . .
liasy going and popular . . . Still has campaign signs around
. . . llonot' card collector . . . Dresses well . . . Always
manages to inherit the softest bed . . . Sense of lnnnor . . .
Plans on a business career . . . Ceo1'ge's roonnnutc.
llaseball -l.5.6: Sorlalily 5.63 Uerelnnuns' Society 4.5.61 Choir 4.5,6g
Library Club Og Intramural Basketball 4,5,6g Class l'rr'si1lr-nt 6.
FREDERICK VERNON MURPHY, JR.
3714 Willianzs Lane Chevy Chase, NJ.
"lVIurph', . . . ,55 Class conlrihution to science . . . Unlimited
X1Il'ill1lll1'il'y . . . Distinguished editor of the Yearbook . . .
llanks high according to the hooks . . . Cilmore's pal . . .
"As my amoeha would say" . . . Physics expert.
Sndalily 3,4,5.6g Debating 4,5,6g Coll 3,-1,5,6g Cupola, Editur-in-
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STEUART HENRY PAULL
4210 Argyle Terrace, N.W. Washinglon, D. C.
"Stu', . . . Man about town . . . "Well, the statistics show'
Staunch supporter of Chevrolet . . . Known for his
generous hospitality . . . full fledged Admiral in the Navy.
Football 63 Baseball 3.63 Intramurals 3,4,5,6g Basketball 6g Sudality
' 3g Dance Committee 5,6.
CARLOS ARMANDO PEREZ
5711 Ridgefield Rd. Bethesda. MJ.
"Charley" . . . Noted for his bow ties . . . lCverybody's
friend . . . Ardent Jazz fan . . . Does a solo on the buglc
al every football game . . . Makes his own tape recordings.
Sodality 34 Debating 4,63 Blue and Cray 6g Library Club 6g Tennis 5.
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ANTONIO G. PULIDO
H0 ljusl limi A vc. New York. XY. Y.
"Tony" . . . lfnjoys good music . . . Excellent dancer . . .
Nvears all tlle latest Sty les . . . Weekends witll Charley . . .
1.1-cl Sli in lllilI'liS . . . Always il gentleman . . . C0l0l1llIlil.S
representative in eluss of '55 . . . Journeys to New York
regularly . . . l'rep's competition to Gene Krupu . . . Good
llilllIl'C'fl . . . lfnjoys pllilosoplliezll discussions in class . . .
Keeps Latin ulnlospllere in 1'00lll . . . Sours, old buddy.
Smlality 3.4.51 Clmir 5.6: Debating 3.45.63 U4-rehnlans' Sm-in-ty 3.11,
5.6 lllne and Gray 5.6: Library Club 5, Officer 03 Rifle 39 Golf 3,'l,5g
Tennis 5.64 Intramural lfuotball 6.
GEORGE ARTHUR RAMIREZ
Calle I No. 1, Villa Caparra Bayamon, Puerto Rico
"Georgie" . . . Prepis Ben Hogan . . . Another six year man
. . . Junior Golf champ of Puerto Rico . . . Always well
dressed . . . Practices golf anywhere, any time . . . Diligent
student . . . Mole's roommate . . . Once met Sam Snead . .
"I'll tell you" . . . Gives Father Mack a hard time . .
Intramural Basketball 4.5.61 llast-hall 2g Football 1.2.33 Coll 4.5.6
lllue and Cray 4: Sodality l.2,3,4,5,6g Bcrchnians' Society 1.2,3,4,5,6g
Class Officer lg Dchating 4.
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ANTHONY A. ROMWEBER
Rosemont Batesville, Indiana
"Tony" . . . "Hey, Tony, here comes the big trucki' . . .
Best friend of the "Spider" . . . Calls Southeastern Indiana
his home . . . lVlakes frequent trips to Cincinnati . . . Likes
jazz and the Classics . . . Buys his clothes at Sidney West
. . . Will Kluzewski hit -10 homers this year? . . . A really
great guy from a great state.
llc-hating: 4.5.63 Cl1cct'lt-atlcr 61 l:1'l'ClllII8Ilt-. Society 220.127.116.11: Dance
Conunittcc 6g lntraniural Basketball 3.f11,6g llluc and Gray 6.
MARCARIO I. SILVA
352 Penafrancia Paco Manila, Philippines
"Mickey" . . . Philippine ambassador to the Prep . . . Has
plenty of hobbies . . . Never found in his room after six a.m.
. . . Has everything and anything in his room . . . Usually
found in the library . . . Very good orator . . . Can always
smile . . . Quiet and well liked by everyone.
Berchmans' Society 63 Library Club 5,63 Stamp Club 5,69 Choir 6g
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WALTER LEIGH SKINNER
4800 Upton St., N.W. Washington, D. C.
"Walt" . . . Finally gave up rolling 'em for a pipe . . .
Loves those cows . . . "Upon the farm .... " . . . Stalwart
,I.V. Umpire . . . Vehement sneezing . . . Speaks Creek with
an accent . . . Understands Physics.
Football 3g Debating 4g Track 54 Library Club 5,63 Cupola 63
Dance Committee 5,6g Rifle 6.
MAXWELL I-I. STOKES
5412 32nd St., N.W. Washington, D. C.
"Maxx . . . Tickler of the ivories . . . Finally got a belt . . .
Colfer deluxe . . . Summer trip to Happy Valley . . . Will
some day conquer Physicsl. . . Won't quit smoking for
baseball . . . "Honors" more than not.
Baseball 3,49 Class Officer 3,55 Sodality 1,2,3,6g Intramurals 6.
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RICHARD THOMAS SULLIVAN
3525 Davis St. Washington, D. C.
"Dick,' . . . '6Sully" . . . alias "Moen . . . A born athlete
. . . Full of school spirit . . . Personality plus . . . Everybody
knows him as a friend, including lower forms . . . Has been
a loyal Prepster for four years.
Football 3,4-, Varsity 5g Baseball Varsity 4,55 Intramural Basketball
3,4-,5g Class Officer 4,53 Sodalily 3g Debating 53 Dance Committee
JOSEPH EDWARD TUTHILL
519 First St. Greenport, N. Y.
"Joey', . . . 'glt's pronounced Tuttle, Sir!" . . . "ole meechi'
. . . Elegant pipe smoker . . . Brother Greene's No. 1 "gold-
brickerv . . . Summers at New York State Park . . . Dixie-
land fan . . . Very often wanders to Bradley Lane . . .
Half owner of the 4122" Club . . . Likes to sleep . . . Mem-
ber of five ft. paper airplane triumvirate . . . 'gGot a dime,
Tom?" . . . Good student . . . Everybody's friend.
Choir 63 Blue and Gray 6g Dramatics 65 Intramurals 5,63 Library
JAMES OLIVER VOSSELLER
2427 Fort Scott Drive Arlington, Va.
"Jimbo" . . . Good student . . . Collegiate dresser . . . Once
roomed with 'LMole" . . . L'At home: we're alwaysw . . . Has
his own private laugh . . . Suffers with the "Senators, . . .
Always willingto bet on Navy . . . Gets advice from fellow-
boarders . . . Best housekeeper on the Senior Corridor . . .
Well-liked . . . May go to Georgetown.
Blue and Gray 4.5, Editor-in-Chief 6g Sodality 5.62 Football '42
Berchmans' Society 4.5,6g Choir 4-,5,6g Cheerleader 5,63 Dfamallcs
5,6g Intramurals 4,5,6g Class Officer 6g Dance Committee 6.
Class of 1955
BARTLETT C. WINKLER
Counselman Rd. Bethesda, Md.
"Bart" . . . Lone transient from Longfellow . . . Fitted in well
from the very start . . . Always found in the library . ., .
Good student.. . . Affable and well-liked . . . Carries lots
of books . . . Quiet with a sense of humor all his own.
Golf 63 Intramurals 6.
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FRANCIS EDWARD YEATMAN
11727 Kemp Mill Rd. Silver Spring, Md.
"Frannie" . . . Noted Greek scholar . . . Manor Club's
fine gift to Prepis splendid golf team . . . A future pro
. . . Merkle's pal.
Baseball 2,3,4g Football 2,3,4-3 Golf 5,63 Sodality 2,4-,6g Officer 3g
Intramural Basketball 3,4,5,6.
There certainly can be no complaint about the work
of Dick Hannibal, our President of the Yard, and Greg
Didden, Vice President, in the performance of their duties
as intermediary between the faculty and the student body.
Greg Kane and Rafael Molinari, who presided over class
meetings as presidents of 6A and 6B respectively, presented
their class, views clearly and definitely before the Student
A salute to these men for a job well done.
President of 6A
President of the Yard
President of 6B
Vice President of the Yard
Kel n 'I' MacKavanagh SJ
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G.P.S. back to the Indians ....
Nose to Durante .........
Pompadour to Bowden. . .
His to the alphabet .......
Car to Mr. Schemel .......
Hobby horse to Mr. Swett.
Pictures to Jay Bay ......
Will power to Ryan ......
My girls to Chick .....
Butch to De Waters ....
Cat hat to Redling .......
Figure to "Watermelons".
Birds to Library Club ....
Spirit to volleyball team. .
Shoes to Menendez .......
Studies to Broulatour ....
Car to Indianapolis "SOON
Ties to De Armas .......
Second base to Renaldes. .
4-7 play to Schaefer ......
6-year coat to Fools ....
Bar-bell to little Fig ......
Dirty Girty to Cost .......
What's left to the Juniors.
Briefcase to Mr. Whelan. .
Kangaroos to Jay Bay ....
Nickname Clem to Jude. . .
Crutches to Bro. Greene. . .
His briefcase to Jay Bay. . .
Middletons to Kangaroos.
Bow ties to Shanahan .....
Mambos to Bro. Oswald. .
Orange pants to O'lVIelia. .
Hoosier spirit to Gus .....
All to Hollandsworth .....
Boots to Glenn .......
Catsup to Kane ........
Kitty car to Cronin ......
Penthouse to the Juniors. .
Spoon to Fr. Dugan ......
Hot car to Silva ......
Glasses to Ramirez ....
. . . . Week-ends
Excellence in Math
German wise cracks
Lean and hungry look
Loyalty to Iowa
Driving down Rock Creek
High French marks
Knowledge of German
His red wagon
Fabulous Australian nights
Lectures on South America
Living it up
Love of elocution
Cloud of smoke
Carrying lots of books
UF THE SENIUR CLASS
In Baltimore .............
Arguing about England. . .
Bragging of Bayonne's girls
Trying to get a ride. . . . .
With Tracy's nurse .....
On a date ...............
At the theatre ............
Doing Fr. Mack's homework ..... . . .
At Ewald"s ...............
Arguing with Byrnes ....
Listening to jazz ......
Playing volleyball ....
With Murphy ........
Winning at Red Dog ....
At G.U. Hospital .....
ln the bakery .......
At Visitation .........
Burning Cicero Books. . .
On the phone ........
Sleeping in Physics. . .
In trouble .........
In a duck blind ....
On the bench ........
In a charcoal sweater ....
Dragging "that" foot. . . .
With Gilmore .......
Playing drums ....
On the golf course ....
At McGarvey's ....
By the show barn .....
On 33rd St. ...... .
Phone booth .........
Bragging about Navy ....
In car ...............
At the first tee. . . .
HIGHEST AMBITION T0
Send Fr. Dugan to jug
Be Marlon Brando's successor
To get a driver's license
Get a German trot
Remember the key
Take Terry to a dance
Pass Greek test
Shoot a Mau Mau
Own the "Bayou'7
Flunk a test
Get taller than his brother
Break sound barrier
Complete a football season
Win National Opener
Run four-minute mile
Get a tooth for Christmas
Race at Bonniebille
See Maryland in Orange Bowl game
Be a "lover',
Keep everyone happy
Succeed Alan Ladd
Make first string
Get Merkle mad
Be a great golfer
Get a date
Show a champion steer
Beat Kane in Golf
Cut flowers at Comely's
Sleep twelve hours
Get 101 in Greek
The Senior table during lunch.
. . . between classes in the store.
. . . in the corridor.
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Most Rev. Patrick O'Boyle, D.D., Archbishop of Washington
Most Rev. John M. McNamara, D.D., V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Washington
The Very Rev. John S. Spence
The Very Rev. William J. Maloney, S.J.
The Rev. William A. Ryan, S.J.
The Rev. Alfred F. Kienle, S.J.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Abell Dr. and Mrs. Emil Delli-Bovi
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Aneskewich Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew Diggins
Mr. John Archer Dr. and Mrs. John V. Dolan
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Arias Mr. and Mrs. John F. Donahue
Mr. Gilberto Baraona Dr. and Mrs. George J. Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Becker Capt. and Mrs. N. W. Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Beckman, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mario Escudero
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Bell Dr. and Mrs. F. Graham Fallon
Hon. and Mrs. John B. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Fattell
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Bowden Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ferdinand
Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton Brewer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Figge
Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Broglio Mr. and Mrs. James M. Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Brown Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Forster
Mr. and Mrs. C. Jules Brulatour Mrs. Beatrice Gallagher
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Clark H. Galloway
Mrs. John T. Byrnes Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Garlick
Mrs. Austin F. Canfield Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Garvey
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Carroll, Jr. Commander and Mrs. Charles Gibb
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Caulfield Mr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Gilmore
Mr. and Mrs. Camille Cazedessus Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glenn
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cianciulli Mr. and Mrs. George J. Goudreau
Col. and Mrs. Albert P. Clark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Anderw G. Haley
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cost Dr. and Mrs. John E. Hannibal
Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Costa-Sanseverino Mr. and Mrs. Wesley T. Hargrett, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Credle Mr. and Mrs. William Harrigan
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund B. Cronin, Sr. Hon. and Mrs. John Hearne
Mrs. Thomas R. Crowley Mr. Louis Heller
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Cumberland Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Hennessey
Dr. and Mrs. William J. Cusack Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hillenbrand
Mrs. John J. Darby Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hines
Mr. and Mrs. Luis De Armas Dr. and Mrs. J. Bay Jacobs
Mrs. James M. Kane Sr. Antonio Pulido y Diaz
Mr. and Mrs. James Keelty, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Quinlan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Keenan, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Radice
Mr. and Mrs Paul B. Keenan Mr. and Mrs George Ramirez
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Kempton Mr. and Mrs August Redling
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Keppel Mr. and Mrs. James Francis Reilly
Dr. and Mrs Albert E. Kling Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richards, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Krebs Mr. and Mrs John D. Riggs
Dr. and Mrs. Peter O. Kwiterovich General and Mrs. Carlos P. Romulo
Mr. and Mrs George P. Lamb Mr. and Mrs. John A. Romweber
Mr. and Mrs Leon F. Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Ross
Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Leasure Mr. and Mrs. Milton F. Ruppert
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lilly Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Ryan
Dr. and Mrs. Allen S. Lloyd Mrs. Helen M. Saul
Mrs. Rodriquez Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Trimble Sawtelle
Mr. and Mrs Leandre Marechal Mr. and Mrs Richard Schaefer
Mr. and Mrs James P. McGranery Mr. and Mrs. William E. Schuyler, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. McGuiness Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shanahan
Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mclnerney Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Shannon
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Menendez Mr. and Mrs J. Sherry, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs E. A. Merkle Mr. and Mrs Ambrosia T. Shimizu
Gen. and Mrs. John W. Middleton Mr. and Mrs A. R. Shuman
Mr. and Mrs Miguel Molinari Mr. and Mrs Pablo M. Silva
Mr. and Mrs Vincent Morreale Mr. and Mrs. McKendree P. Skinner
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Munger, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick V. Murphy Mrs. Patrick Smyth
Mr. and Mrs Harry J. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Grove Stafford
Dr. and Mrs. Guillermo Nannetti Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell H. Stokes
Mr. and Mrs Joseph F. Nebel Mr. and Mrs. James G. Stone
Mr. and Mrs John S. Noonan Mr. and Mrs. M. X. Stone
Mr. and Mrs. Paul O'Bryan Mr. and Mrs. D. J. R. Suffredini
Mr. and Mrs Daniel W. O'Donoghue, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Teodoro, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs Thomas H. O'Melia Mrs. Paul J. Thayer
Mr. John A. O'Neill Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Tenerowicz
Mr. and Mrs. Glen H. Paull Dr. and Mrs. Percy J. Tuthill
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pehle Capt. and Mrs. James O. Vosseller
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony H. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Weber
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Pino Ycaza Mr. and Mrs. R. Hartman Weller
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe A. Pons, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Darby Winkler
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Postle Mr. and Mrs. Donald Woodward
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Potter Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wright
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph H. Yeatman, Jr.
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