Gonzaga Preparatory School - Luigian Yearbook (Spokane, WA)

 - Class of 1930

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KEEP, .l 1,fl,f1t'1AfJiII Gonzaga High Svhuul Doc DEDICATION 43'-we the Prxnctpal of Gon7:1g,a Hugh School has ever been a loyal Gonzngan as a student Seholnsuc and Prnest Our pl'll1Clp2ll IS devotmg hrs great nbnlnty to everytlnng that tends to ralse htgher and htgher all the standards of Gonvaga Therefore thus nssuc of the lutgtan ms gratefully dednated to our Prmclpal Father K ep S J J 21 C A . . . N 1 Q .419-, .3 5' REVEREND J. J. KEEP, S. J.. E I ' . , I O . Q KJ . , .1 Four REVEREND DANIEL J. REIDY, S, .I Pf'L'S14dL'f7I of Gonzaga University 7 S ,g,vurIcs"' : L M an AQA tt V .- LP, 0 - l fb "xl Q typ .-u,nv2alg.',f-1 L, I Y ll V ' gf- .- ll 1 , vw!" N , -awvlvlxfhxhwm U3 U-I 5 33" LHETIUM:-T-Q TO THE STUDENTS OF GONZAGA HIGH SCHOOL: Thi.s hook you will ever treasure as a re- minder of your happy care-free schoolboy days and its value as a precious souvenir will increase with the flight of years. The faces that smile at you when in dreamy mood you listlessly turn its pages will carry you back again on the wings of fancy to the classroom or the campus. Inci- dents and memories of years gone by come troop- ing back and the face unconsciously reflects the thoughts within as you recognize some as suc- cesses, others failures, some who have steadfastly proved true to the high ideals of Chrsitian man- hood, others who have weakly turned aside to tread the alluring paths of ignoble pleasure. May the lives of each and every boy whose names appear upon these pages be such that will reflect credit on your class and on your school and ultimately merit those words of commenda- tion from Him who gives the true valuation of every life: "well done thou good and faithful servant." DANIEL J, REIDY, S. J. n-.uk PRESIDENT. li i X N at . nv ' - X xtxfi ' ',cf""1Wll V x , 4w,f X Five Board of Trustees REV. J, A. BALFE, S. J. REV. E. J. TAYLOR, S. J REV. D, J. REIDY, S. J. REV. H, J. VREBOSCH. S. J. REV. J. J. KEEP, S. J. Six REVEREND HUGH DUCE, S. J., Prefer! of Disdpline Seven FACULTY REV. VIIARLIES O'lSRII'N, S .I REV. CLIRTIS SHARP, S, .I. RIEV. PATRICK JOYII, S. J I-Imzlmlr. l,u1m Slurlvnl Admxvr lfnglllsh, I-m-mln Sufiolnlfu I NIR ITRANVIQ .I IRI ALS. 5 .I MR. GEORGE M. SIMONITAU. S .I MR. FRANVIS Ii. VORKIERY, S I l.ulr'n R1-Ingmn. l'hyxI4x lufnwuff Ilighl FACULTY IUHN HFNRIVK, A. IR, l,, I. U, VIIARLIES RAl.l.S MAURICE D. MCCRUDHR, A li Vmvnm-nml, lffunmnu Cnm1m'rf:'nl l.uu' Fnglixh, Hfslory DUNAI IJ RYAN, A IE STVPIIFN MCCARTIIY. A ll JOHN HUNTON, A. B. lfnglmh, Spumxl1. .Uulhvrmrlux Enghxh, Hnsrorq Iivglnslr, Civrnvun. I:'ronon1u'x 1. N H70 MR. I'lIII.lP SORITLZHAN, S .I MR. JOHN COUGHLIN. 5. J, BRO. PETER BUSKENS, S. .I Rulrymrz, fin-ull, Mnmlmm Lnghxh. Lulm xhxlalunl Prr!'m'l 1 1 'NIARTIN ll KRUISS. A I2 ,JOHN U. ECfCl.liSTON. A. I5 JOSEPH TIIOMAS, A, I5 lnglulv. Ilumm lfnylmh, Vin-nnslry lfnylnslsl Algrhm dll 1 m'..y.x1, ,. L X , 9' , X 'xxliulffggg' ' 21 t'5'1H'lYzl,!,7Y 1 -,,l Y ,., 'S -. M Q, Q OW' ' ,, X wwvvlqq-K' LHP:-IU.:-Ts Seniors 3314940 525 G T E3 .5 1 -'lin X Q x X N 7 - . . :N wx LLJIGIAN ffx 'Ex Q V f " xvllffll' x Eleven I 1 XVII I I,-XXI f IRlll.'YA .IOIIN A. AI.BI TIIFODORIE P. BFDARI7 IIENRI H. BECKMAN Slnlnlnv 4 Sodnlity 2. 3, 4 Sodnlily 3, 4 ljclmlmg -I Class Ufllccr 1 Debating Z, 4 lQl.1s'e Ilunon I, Z. 3, 4 Si. .Iohn Smiery 4 1 , XVII I IXX1 In f'lll.l IIN ,IAMITS C'ONXX'EI.l. IIAROID BOULAC GIIURGIQ E. CANNON Smlglyw 1 Sonlalily 3. 4 Smlnlity 3, 4 Sodaliry I, Z, 3, 4 l3l'I1,1lnug,1 4 Glas Club 4 Dvbating 3, 4 Ilvbnling I, 2, 3, 4 C'l.1sx Ufllrrr l, l. 3, 4 flaws OIIIIM l I.uIgInn Staff 4 Vlnsx Honors l. Z, 3, 4 Dmmalifq I Annual Slnff Clase Omccr l 'fLl'a'lUv RUI'IIfli'I' C'ORKliRY Smlnlily l. 2, Ihhnling Floculion I, 2, 'S Ornmry I, 2, 3: A S fi ll, S. Pre: I3. G. CAl.l AGIIITR Urluting 3, Mnqor Axhluicx 1, 3 G. lfl. S. Club I Claw Ilunurx I, Z ANIIIONY l:IURll.l.U Smlnlily I, l, 3. llvlmllng Klux llnnnrs I, 2, 1 SI .Inu lim-lr Sur I, ..,-I Z .msrmz CARRY sudmly 1. 91. ,Ivm, Pwrcln. Sur. l. Jun. Alhlclicx Am mul.-lm 1. 1, 1, na. ll. s. cm, GVORGE G. FRENCH WIII IAM .I. I5I.IZt'K Smlnlixyvl. I, -I Sudnlity 4 1 Dvb-'UUE ll- 'I Major Athletics 4 Sr. Jnn, Ilerch. Snr. 4 glee muh Claw Ofllfrr I flaw IIml-ns .I IIRUCI' I. COODNOXV THOMAS J, GROII Smlnlity I, 4 Jun. Alhlvlicw Maj. Athletics -I ' Olllmrr I Llavx 'I 'hirtecn JOHN GURR Sodalily Debnling Sl Jnu. llxerch. Snr. Prrs. Cmuld Mvd.1l lilofut Valwliclou i.1n BERNARD Mni Cl. ANDRFW R. JACOY ROBFRT CL. J. GUTHRIE Sodnlity l, I Arhlelics Z. 4 K. O. A. 4 K O. l.. 4 ll. S. Club 4 CI JOHNSTON Sodalily l, l Annual 4 M.1jurAIhlelifQ s, 4 Glu- Club 4 JOHN HANGAUER Smlnlity Z, 3 C. VJ. HARISNUCH xlve fflu Urclwvstrn 1, 2 ' 3 Band I Jun. Alhlvliri l, 1 ' 1 CII.1ssOfIicvr 1. 2. 3, 4 ,, L' JAMES D. JOHNSON HAROLD HOGAN Class llonom Z, 3 Sndflllll' 1- Z' Minor Dmmnlics l, l Maj- Afhlfllfs Minor Alhlurirs 4 Bnxlnll Club Claws Honors l, Z. Annual Slnfl' Fourtvvn ... ,,. .- ...a ...T-.W-f.. Af. -'N W . "5IfQ- - , .. . , I PAUL G, KRAUS JOSIZPH .I. Kl.EMliNT EARL A. KESTELI. VRANCIIS ll. l.l1ONARD 1 Knights of Leash Smlnlity l. 2 Somlality l, l Smlality 3. 4 Flaw Umccr l, 2, 3. 4 flies Uffilvf 1 Minor Athletics l. 2, 3 Maior Athletics -I CARI. LINDBERG IIUBFRT J. LINK RICHARD G. LOCKARD RICHARD H. I.Ul3Y Sodality l, 2, I Sndnlity 2. I Class Alhlcticx 4 Smlnlity l, Z, I. 4 Glen Club 4 Debating l. I fflqss Alhlrtics l. Z, I, 4 Major Athlclics 3. 4 Bulletin Stall Major Athletics I G. ll. S. Club Presidrnt Class Ofhccr l llulletin Staff 4 Scholastic Honors l, Z Knights of the Altar 4 Golf 4 Ftf.lt.'L'f1 ,- o KiI.l N C1 MAGNUSON ROBERT D. LUGER LAXVRENCE H. MARTIN JOHN ll, MASTIERSOIN Ilrluling Z. lilucutiun l, Uratury l. Major Athlutifx Annual Sta JOHN XV. MURPHY st-ti.-lily 1. 3, 1, Llau llnnmx l, l, 3. K 41. A Salulalnriaxx Annual Stall Otntory I, 2. 3, 4 lflocutinn l, Z, 3, 4 Major Athletics 3, 4 Class Oflicer Z, 1 Glee Club 4 Z RAY MAURO Knight of Leash Boxing Club Annual Slafl Sodality 3, 4 Smlalily l. Z. Glec Cfluh 4 Dcbating 1. Class Athletics 2, Z, 4 Major Aihlvtics 'l, filet' lxlub flaw Officer l, Z, 3, Z CHARLES H. NRCANTA JUSVPH l, MURPHY Sodality l. l Sodaliiy Class Athletics l. Z, 3, 4 Claw Ollicur 2 Sixteen Q' fl 1...--- JMX-11-' - ' -.v X' l f 1 ROBERT ll, MATH? .IOSl-Pll lf. MclJCJWEl.l. JAMES R, McCARTllY JOHN F. McMANAMlN Class Olllrur l, 3 Soalality 3, Sodality l, 2, 3, Smlnlixy l, Z, 3. 4 Minor Alhlrlicx l. 'l Debnring 3, Mminr Athletics l, 2, 3, Debating Soc. 3. 4 Snncumry Soc. Class Ofiicer Z Annual Staff Sclmlmuic llnnors 3, I Track Captain C. ll. S. ifluh Santulary Soc. 4 Klaior Athletics Mgr, 4 GEORGE MClVlll.l.AN l.. NlCODElVlUS NVll.l.,lAllfl G, PACE SYLVESTER D. PENNA Sudnlily 4 Sodality Sodality Sodnlity l, Z, 3, 4 Glu' Cflulv 4 Sanctuary Soc, Glce Club 4 Snnrlunry Soc, 4 Major Alhlclici 2, Maier Athletics Z Clam Ollicnr l Annual 4 A l .2 X 4 l , .vim f w Swenfeen r ' 4 GORDON F. RILIZVIES HIZNRY M RICHARDS CARI- F, RILEY JOHN R. ROHRIBAKQR Major Allwlutics 4 Sodnlily I, Z, I Sodallly I, 2, 3. Soclality l, Debating I, 2 Dvhnling Major Athletics I, 4 Claw: Umm-r G, H S. Club 3, 4 Malo: Allvlclirs I, 1Xnnu.xl Stall' Ildimr 4 Annual I AWRI NC I? J SCHIIOPI3 PATRICK .l. SILVIERS DONALD I.. Sffllll I I1 VINCENT D SIMS Soclnlily I, 2, '5 Debating I Major Alhlrlim Nlmiur Alhluncx 5, 4 Cilnss Officer 2. I G. H. S. Club Nlaior Alhlciics I, Z, 3, 4 Ts-nnin C.1pt.1in G. ll. S. lfluh 1,4 Snntlunry Sui. 1, 4 I?l'flhIt'l'7'l f KVM. ll, SYLVESTER GORDON E. TONER JOHN J. SMITH Wlll.lAM J. SYMMFS Sanctuary Soc. 4 Smlalily 2, 3, 4 CLIN Omccr 1' 4 5-nlality l, 1, 3 Annual Staff 4 Debating l, 2 MMM. Alhluiw 4 llcbating Z, T K. O. L. 4 K, O A, 4 G' H 3 glut, 4 K. O, I, 4 Glue Club 4 Cl ll, S. lxlllla -l Annual Staff 4 1 2 ARTI IUR Il. TORESON ll. J. TRAUTMAN RONALD J. WEBER MARTIN K. WEBER Sammy 1, 4 Class Athletics 4 Sndality 1, 2, 3. 4 Orchestra l. Z, 4 Debaling l Debating 'S Claws: Ofllcrr 3 G14-g Club I, 1 Major Athletics 3. 4 Eloculion 4 Smfgud,-y Sm, 4 G. ll. S. Club 3, 4 Annual Slafl K, 04 I-I 4 Band Z, 3, 4 N inereerv .xff '. s JOHN ll. WHITIE STAN. D. WHITAKER PHILIP J. XVILLI ROBERT I.. XVlll2l.AN lfluculinn I Mnjnr Athletics 4 Scdality Sodnlily 3. Klux Aihlrhrs 1, 3, -l fflnis Oflicer 1 Glce Club Ucbnling Omcvr K. O I.. 4 Ofllier Band 3. Sanctuary Soc, Annual Staff Z ADDI Pll I AL'l5lf'li OTTO ll. KRICK JOSEPH C. BONAMICI Vlmir 1, 1. 4 Sodnlily l. Z, Sodaliry 3. Sodalily l, 2, 4 Claws Oflicer 1. ncluary Soc, l, 2, 3. Mawr Atlmlclxcs l, 2, 4 G. H. S. Club Z, K. O. L. flaws Honors l. Z, Sanctuary Soc. l. Claes Ofliccr Gluc Vlub Sanctuary Soc CHARIIS F, Wll SON Twuntgf , Vyggx, A L, bQ :'J5'Q5E?i ,. i'9'5' .5 mn- '- '. M . .4 , A ,-uni' N , X sA1lA4NXl'N.N IE IH 5 Wm? LHYIN .- Juniors X ro EQ 9 mg..- 5 i x x V , ll ' lx 1 'xv LU IG IAN ' ' NQi s ' ,,flW' X Twenty-one an f , . 5, H -1-f:':1"f?'. +945 X is , s uh S k 0 111 r Q ' ,Q . V 'q B 1 tygvwl F R- ' N ,, I-KUAlNll'. s. ' B4rqws4'Qtdl Awuuulx U ' E U'-1 5 MuN..""'-1 LHVIN , "N- Bolmm Rem'-J. Sweeny. J. I.avin. H. I ake. C. Mady. D. Swccny, R. Foster. J. Cowgill Serond Ram:-A. Albi, P. Bell. P. Buchanan. V. Sabado. R. McReynolds, A. Becker. F. l5olcy 'lhhird Row-D. Gorman. .l. Kelley, W. Codd. J. Donovan. R. Twohy. J. Sch.1ciTcr. J. Codd I-'uurlh Row-R. Myers. R. Molitor. B. Ross, R. O'l.eary, 'If McDonnell. P. Black l"il'lh Row-W. Flaherty, Rev. J. J. Keep, S. J.: G. MOl'SU Aucldcrulur l'r'esz'den1 Vife PFPSIICJPHY S4'c'1'ur11ry- 'I 'rvusurer Sl'l'gll'1lf7I Au! - Arms CLASS OF 3A CLASS OFFICERS R11v..I..I.K1s13v.S..l. JOHN KHARNS RAY Mol.1ToR R1CHAR1J Twom' Wll.I3I2I2D I?l.A1ll-len' J' 1' S 144 i U IG J J Gg1 .w,45 J"'C -1 lUL'l'lIy-ILUO i F X XQN . -X A I '4 QW 1 -' A. V V'- "WW P f - Q NQ. Ami x -Ls-gin:--VglT'.'x!' :IN ' I N513 jigfivn- I swuvy xxx ,V Q,.wu4.4N'yf' ,NMS yr ,-I-1 1-5 ASKK, '4N4.'0CI::4::.:s-4mAAAu MJ u my :- S , E r i I J i Q I-'irst ROLL'-Willard, Feulncr. Duffy. I.ynch, Grilmnn. W1'lln-r 1 Semnd Row-Greer, Donato, Miller, Sisson, Pcll.1nd.1 1 lhird lluw-Pearson, Mr. MLC,1rlhy, MUlTOViCl1, Mulvay 3 CLASS OF SB CLASS OFFICERS , Moderamr MR. Mr,:CAR'rm' 'X , E Pri'-9lAll?fII JOSEPH PIQARSON I X Secretary EDWARD LYNCH rm X I kIxft'USUN'l' , JAM13s Nil-TROVICH X55 My Q xy' X I , V1 l ,rin-M-4Q.:g.QI-X - 3 4 " V,-l..-Q If XQR X l..,. L.....a' i A N I U ?'4-fL31 1TEffgjQ.l 'Lu-S-f-W' Q.-,. X Twenty-three nlg In First Row-Pival Legacy. Boznrth Sammi Row--Harrison, Frazer, Sledge. Weismantcl Ihml Row-Aiknmn, Connolly. Smith, Maxwell. Gaffney CLASS OF 3C CLASS OFFICERS h11MfL'!'llfUI' Mil. NICGRUIJI-R llwmif-nf l.I2sT11R l.rQuActY Vim' 1'ru.x1'a1'f'n1 , PAUL PIVAI. S n'a' l'l'lllI'lf 'lLrn'uxurs'r , NATALIQ SCA11-li L, L 1 vwgygx, K ,Q X 1 D 5 gf: Eg: .5 ' , 4. x M 8 my x A MNVM x R D A I nwnvv s ' .. I. W sq., U.. as U5 IH E NeeT2.EE:fM:""":- Sophomorc-:s 5 Q, E! - f ' Q Mfg: ' IL--':jQ71, ' 'I' U1-ntg-liuu f. an V ' . -ig: uixl"lC.EgM5" an f W ' 2 gs 1 QNQJ' ! x X D :mn 'J - ,E X . .Q my sl " ' ' .uh-""" ' X ' V -Anuavxllqqamcct-,-t,,nlA lwusuvu U D-'I 3 'Autumn-N.,-L..,.k E Lf7yfffv' X- 'Ia 1 Ifmnt Row--McGee. Riordan. Gorman, Lally, McCormack, Devlin. O'Brien. Rowles Serond Row--Harm. Kesrell, Keogh, Dow, Thomas. Bowman, Hurley. Molilor Third Row-Robinson, Lyons, Greiner, Erlandson, Woolson I-'ourrh Row-McCarry, Royce. White. Lindberg, Twohy, Bayless. XVelsh Fnfzh Run:-Fr. C. O'Brien. S, J.: O'Hearn, Riley, Day, Cain, McDonald SECOND HIGH A CLASS OFFICERS ftluss Mm1'n'rarm' FR. C. O'BRl12N, S. J. l'rs's1'zI4'nl . JOHN HUR1.l1Y Vice Premlen! PAT DEVLIN Sucrvlargf - '1'rf'uSurL'r . JOHN F, RIORDAN ' Sergcunl-uI'Arn7s FRANK J. MCCARRY i I, 0' f 4 4 x f X X X . """M""""""' ,r fm! VTNVQ U I X" fffhff! -' 'tub-K Lug, "' ,-if ' X fkLUvnlg1Asa.x LMGIAN u f , , 5-:.:rr::?3'i"fi W3 fl J kg gb mi DM 1 X Q,vuNu0f x S v uuuwvh lx lu-ru-lu ' Jhwx- E U-1 3 sw Iiuzmm Row-Reilly, McDonald, Kelly, Wilson, Moser, McCollin, Weber, Mr. Eccleston Su-ond Row-Symmes, DeSmeth, Perkins, Donahue, Sisk, Weaver, Harris ' Third Row-Bergman, Chatham, King. Presley, Wilson, Marshdnle Fourth Row-Powers, Behrenx, Koch, Seale SECOND HIGH B CLASS OFFICERS Class Moderator ,JOHN O. ECCLESTON prFSI'd?l7! ,, , ,JOSEPH N. BEHRENS VIVO' P!'0Sfd?77l , , EDWIN A. ANDERSON Secretary-Treasurer , ,, ,, ,, , ,WIl.SON Svrgeani-at-Arms ,, . ,JAMES W. PERKINS l Twenty-seven www , "' I lil-IIIKUNN U ,089 V rAtlAJNgH.!. 'tid' If 'lun 'Fwy U3 U-I S C ' -S Lfvwrv ,. "N-.. U V , , R 5 ..' ' fs," A - 41,-:.:yq::y.'. ,a'- 9' Q.: M x an X ' 'Vu E lfmnt Row-E. Toth. C. Bruder. Mr. Wm. J. Ryan. S. J.: G. Bernhardt, I.. Farrell lhfflz RUwfDcnniS Barry. Leo Spencer. R. Capri. E. Bettingcr SECOND HIGH C CLASS OFFICERS C MSS Mudvrfllur ,,Y,, MR, WM, J, RYAN, S, J, lfmwl.-nr ..-GEORGE J. BERNHARDT Vin- IJI't'X1.tlUI7f . .LAWRENCE G. FERRIil.l. X S4'U'l'fflY'!l . ................. DENNIS BARRY I'r'-Auwwr . ...... CHARLES BRUDFR i Q Q5 ff fx 2 ' . :jg ' if A -I' I xfws LLJIGIAN -' Ki-QE Us A 1 f.- ly' , I Llfenlq- nigh! L - "Y:!Xf ' Q ,Q-.s.zrqa5g!. , af-HN ak' R. x W 'L M . M . A vip x Y X ituxlvxnq-Q , Wnnittd KE I1-I 5 .?:Z-,:7:""'-n... Freshmen :ff J ' Xu M s ' .5232 A ,,-jyfg Twenty-nine .- 'Tf In xi 4 ,1 -i':J'S f ' f W . ' - 'W Q -Qfv x X mum 'if ,f fy. X A x Q 0 - i'i- 'X ' wi-V". xi D ' iwuv sk . -f xl!!!-4qiQq,,,.-,,gnM 4 qu I U3 IH 5 ---- IXNII LNWN ta., N-Q I-Yrs! Row--McNulty. l.yons. Wisener. Raflis. Coppula, Costello. Lindsay, Krcig, Codd Suomi Row-H-McAllister. Harrington, Foster, McGinnis. McDonald. Higgins. Dragoo. Tully 'I lm-11' Row-Sylvester, Millgard. Heintz. Olsen, Sebastien. Yoder. Moore, Bout I-mirth RwwABrmvn, Shenrcr. Mr. John IX. Coughlin, S. J.: Huff. Burke FIRST HIGH A Qi.Ass OHIICERS Muclvnllrir NIR, JOHN A. COUGHLIN. S. J, I,I'l'Al-KIPIII N . . JOHN BUCHANEN XVYIALF PI'L'S!iLIk'l7I ., .. HLANVRENCE SYLVESTIQR .Svfrvlury . . . BOYD HUIII- , . . HUGH MlL1.c3ARD o..TuRRANcu Tuiii' 'I 'rvusurvr Sergvur7t-Lit-Armxw . Xa ' U IG IAN .41 xii " I I1i'r'rgf S N N N -M f 'M s f , 7 Y ggx K illlifiz- "' ' k"X1il,lY2Jf'f-1 -,,g Q' ' f -v x an 'W '- 'M .I . JQ,9lM"' n 3, K uxwvvuhxa .v. Y' ' - -req-'--" funn-fun u E U-1 E qu"""-4-,N Lfvrffv ,. ""'-- X l ' ' x f N d N 1 N Hmmnr Row-Henry. Kennedy, Hanrahan, Jordan. Chastek. Hogewoning, Hennessy, Mr, Kmiss Second Row-Rickenback. Moss, Schoenberg, Murphy. Codd Third Row-Day, Masterson, Weber, Sisk. Wandlcr, Secilia. Haggard Fourth Row-Joyce Giesa, Dwyer, lglcnlund, Madden FIRST HIGH B CLASS OFFICERS Moderator A , , MARTIN KROISS PFPSIUPDI ,,,,,,,,, , JOSEPH A. BARRFIUI' Vice Presidentn , , ,WM. J. JOYCIE Sefretary-Treasurer ,, JAMES KENNEDY .Swgmnr-111-Arms ., ,DANIEL C. Muklfm' I 1. Eh -1 K N L K. 'U X f x XX- 5 I I I G .-E 11 'Fx' ' ' ..---'X dx' .X Q ', ,JIM Thirty- one x'z'lg1-lun Iioffonz Row-O'Donnncll. August, Skeifington. Mayo, Mr. Thomas Buda Runu-l.oulhcrb.1ck. Grows, Avccilla, Gnllagllcr. Leahy. Durkin f luxs AfIUff0l'1llOI' llI't'Slifl.'I7I Vin' PI'L'SlvLfL'l7I I rmzxurvr .Sm rvlalfy FIRST HIGH C cmss oxfmcfsns NIR. JOSEPII THOMAS R013-Em I.l'3Am' JAMES SKliI5I5ING'I'ON EARL SCHADIZ GERALD O'DONNliL L Hu f Les 4 . 'Yun 5. 5 - if qw- ' f ma tiff-'nmlfdrvgq -,,i"?N M I5 1 'K 1 ' 'V 'V ,.w-U N R A Q - x- . 4 IA M U3 LH 5 V Cr anizations Xa ca' 'l fx 1' g LU IG mm - Thirty- rhrw LUIGIAN STAFF ,I 'hjrly-four Upper, left to righr-Philip Willi, Howard Sylvester Middle-Henry Richards Luwur, Iufl lu riyhf-Sylvester Pcnnn, Joscph Lavin 7 0-1-my-M. .,-A 1 w- ws-1-v".'w. 'ne ' Il 5 X f M y - f 9' uw. y5luluI'lC!'PK' aug.. Q4 f, ' -v X N .5 mm x , . X fP-ru r,uJll'f - .Q , V ' Q ,M ' " ' A 95" N , -AQMANU., 1 -in sgltsdlf . -f-r..,,, ww:-nun 11 'fngxa LNWN ,- "M- Rw C Mmm, Gln-n G, M.1g1nusm1.Josrph E, McDowell, Carl F. Rilvy. Martin K. XX'n'bx'r. Gcorgv IZ. ilmnon Vgzrnm N N Ruin-ur K. .lulmxl-m, liulu-11 1. Vurkrxy. .lnlm W Murphy, Wlllinln .I Symnww. .Lum-s U Vunwcll, lI.xmlnI R llni-,nn Il14Nlu' Illcillfxlzlms .losl-ml I.AvlN lfllzlul'-1'r7'C'hivl Slulf Arlzxl llcmxvfxlala SYl,Vl5S'l'l'll R45p,l:R'I' -jUHN5'I'0N ASsm'1'1Il1' lfmlllm .S',,,,,.lS u IHH WII,'I'I .IAMI1SCfONWl4I.I liuxzmws Aflllllllgfvl c'.lN,mm,IlA Cl,I'N MAc1NusoN I 1 , M D X AMI, lizm'rJrxx M4111 ' USM H C 'UWM I Urg1unml1mn.s Wkl. SYMMFS Ami. Al1L't'I'll-SIQINI Almlf. HAIQOI IJ IIOGAN SYIVVIAS,H5R PVNNA l'1'4lIu1'4' XVIHVI' Axsl. AKlL7A'I'l!v.Nl-IN! Mint N CHJRKZIE CANNUN Rum-rc'l' CORKLRY ,,L,U,U,.l, WI.,-M. Axsl. fhlUz':!1.x1'm1 Afnff, RAY NIAURO NIARTSN WIliI5l-Il Afluvrlixirm Nlurvmfur I 'W'7'M'l"'m v' .JHHN NIURPHY CARI. Rll.liY ' Asst. Buaimss Mgr, Cinulullun Munuyvr f I K, , S n. ' 5,5 . ox 'QQ N- L. LJ I G I A N ' 'Q 'I hirry 1 lim' Y I-'rom Rott'-Albi. l.uby. Curr. Conwell. Willard. Father Buschor. MacMillan. Pellanda. Folner. Whelan Sr-mrid Rott'-Birch. Penna. McDowell. Murphy, Martin, Weller. French. Daschback. Lake. Gaffney 'lihiitl Ruu.'fMady. l.eonard. Willi, Trautman. Reimringer, Albi. Harrison. Garry I-'tiurlh Rott'-Bonamici, McManamin. McCarthy, Foster, Buchanen. l,ynch. Oleary Murphy. McReynolds, Nicodemus. Codd Iiflh Rott'--"l'oner. Beckman. Krick. Sisson, Miller. Cowgill, Weismnntle, Iileck. Kreuger. Black. Molitor, Pace. Fiorillo Sixth Rott'-Ciroh. Weber. Bauer. Boulac, Gorman. McDonald, lflnherty SENIOR SODALITY ivlmlm-umr ...,.,, Riiv. J. U. Busciiou. S. J. l'rel'et1 D. SWEIENY Assmuni 111-t-mfs J. CoNwiiI.l. and OT'I'o KRICK setmiii-y , J. BoNAM1Ci fiinsulzors GURR. MCDOWELI.. WHlEl.AN, GoRMAN. NVM. CODD, PIZNNA, COWGlI.l,. l3RliNCll lt is the purpose of the Sodnlity to imbue its members with a special devotion to Mary. A devotion which will permeate their entire being. and safely guide their whole life. The Senior Sodslity has amply fululled that purpose this year, At the weekly meetings the members ioined in saving the Ofhce of the Blessed Virgin Mary and listened to instructions given by liither Busrhor. Two debntes on religious subjects were held during the year. Money donated by members and the proceeds of a paper drive and .i raffle was given to the Missions. These prniseworthy activities are evident manifestations of the usefulness and success t-I the Sodulity. .ind the good conduct of its members shows that its teachings have borne fruit Jud its aims have been realized. I hlil'ltf'Sli,V l f lu y Q , , i . f 9' A Vfgivum W7 -1 --,!. t M is , W sl . if Q'5sVM' 'S ,, k uubvhlyf.-K+ 1 - wma..-.qs vltltixuln U 1 D-4 .qu.""llQn.,,x Lffrfw ,. 'uh- l l l l lfront Rott'-Nicodenius. Whelan. Garry. Gurr, Becker, Weber. Silvers. Kriclt Second Rott'-Rickenbacker. McMillan, Bruder, Fiorillo, Capri, Sylvester, Twohy Third Rott'-French, Sebastien, Mahoney, Harris. Dragoo, Pival. Langhi, Willi Fourth Rott'--McNulty. Bonamici. McDonnell, McManamin. Greer. McCormick. Sylvester, Bauer. McDowell 'lop-Father Sharp, Brother Buskins SAN CTUARY SOCIETY Chaplain . ,,,,,,,,, .. , .- ,,,,,. REV. C. J. SHARP, S, J. Moderator , HBRO. P. BUSKINS, S. J. Presidrnt ....... . . .. JACK GURR Vice President .... .. ALTON BECKER Secretary PATRICK St1.vtsRs 'Irettsurer . .. ...... . TONY FIORILLO 84.'I'clf'tlf7f-tll-.'lll'fl7S RoNAt.tJ WIEIEIEIQ Stir-risztms OTTo KRICK and CHARLES BRUDIIR One of the most important organizations in the high school, St. John Berchman's Sanctuary Society, was reorganized last October under the able leadership of Father Sharp and Brother Buskins. The purpose of the society is to teach the students how to assist the priest properly at Mass, and to inspire them with due piety and reverence. As this society is the only organizae tion exclusively for resident students, it helped to create a friendly atmosphere among them. At the frequent meetings in the gymnasium. when short talks were given by different boys and members of the faculty, and afterwards all joined in playing games until the serving of refresh 2 ments ended the evening. i The members of the society showed themselves generous and unselfish in the performance ot' 1 f their duties. Several times during the year the Society assisted at High Mass in St. Aloysius X l' Church, and daily its members served Mass in the Boys' Chapel. X x 5 ,t QQ, --ILU tt3tAN1-1 Q Thirty-set'rn W f f L , l V is A X -' "-C 1 K ' ' vf':S'-zfrvf-up ,ae 9" M its su , - uuhi' 1x v X quMNx1g..i .-K.. VIXl4hSkIK! U ' U3 uf-1 5 Nln':'4'4'---.., M P V LHWN ,. 'ff'- front Row Day Thomas Moser Walsll Rowles Reilly Yuond Rou, Wandler OReilly Schonenberg Olson Codd Tully O'Donnell lh1rdRou. Donahue Sebastien Hurley Codd Burch Yoder Iourlh Rou. Bowman Sereanno Henry Shearer Raftis McDonald McGinnis. Bruder Fifth ROLL McDonald Royce loster Keogh Harris Weaver lally, Capri Sirth Row Berry Murphy Cham McDonald Durkin Schade Leahy, McNulty Stutnlh Row Haggard Madden Bridley Reilly Koch Devlin Huff McCarry. Toth JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SODALITY Moderator RFV C J SHARP S. J. President , ,, ,,,, ,,,,, , W .W Y,,,,, Y, Doug DAY Secretary and Treasurer , JOE BEHRENS Sergeant-at-Arms ,...,,,,,, ,,..aa D . BARRY Ihr Blessed Virgin may well be proud of this group of young men who have endeavored during, the past yeir to increase their devotion to her ind likewise to inculcate in Lhe hearts of others the filial low of our Heax enly Mother. lv . 1, ' 1' t" 'l 1 1 . 1 1 1 ,.. V i . I v ' . . 1 1 . 1 AH. 1.1 1 ' V 1 " 1" ' 4 1 1 1 ,. x x Y X i L ' v v ' " 1 1 4 r 4' t . , , K, ' ' 1 X a XV. Iho. Sodality donated generously to the Missions. About the middle of May .1 very good time was had at Mount St, Michaels, where. the sodality held a weiner roast. f X is '-- --I LJ I C5 I A Nj'-1 ' Rub i C il ihllfllj- eight I-'rom Row-D. Gorman. C. Gorman. Murphy. Mady, Devlin Second Row-Cowgill. Guthrie. Harrison, Toner Third Row---Welsh. Rowles, Molitor. Link I-'onrlh Row-Codd. Groh. McCarry. Codd. Father J. J. Keep. S. J. KNIGHTS OF TI-IE ALTAR Afuderutor REV. JOHN J. KEEP. S. J, Prestdenl . PATRICK DEVLIN Vice Presidenl Wll.l.IAM CODD Secrelrzrtf-Treasurer RAY MOLITOR The Knights of the Altar have performed their share this year in upholding the religious traditions of Gonzaga High School. They have done everything in their power to assist the priest at Mass and in any duty about the altar. Weekly meetings were held for instruction and prayer. After each meeting. refreshments were served and entertainments were held. ranging from games. in which all participated. to well- developed programs. There were several hikes and outings. and a picnic at one of the nearby lakes elosrd a very successful year. Thirty-mme from RtllL'2,l-l1OI'l'lJS. Moser. Hurley. Rowles, Welsh, McDo1iald. Mr. Coughlin Semml Rou'4Schonenburg. XVilson. Sebastien, Royce, Codd, Harris. XVoolson lihml Row-fSisk. l.ally. Kreig, lioster, Joyce, DeSmet, Riclsenbaclter JOHN CARROLL DEBATING SOCIETY illtltleftlltfl' Nlll. JOHN COUGlll.lN. tl, Presrtlen! JOHN l-lURl.liY lllitlf PI't'Sl'tft'l7I , JAMES Roiciis Secrelitry um! 'l't'eimt1rer JOSIEPH Blllllil-NS .Xertfeunl-ul Arms Tom O'BRIl-N Gonzaga High School is very fortunate indeed in having such a group of enterprising voting men as eomprise this organization 'llheir aim is to develop themselves into prominent speakers and statesmen. Immediately alter the opening of school in September the John Carroll Debating Society ref sumed its activities and soon had an enrollment of '65 freshmen and sophomores. During the eourse ot' the year several political. social and historical questions were argued both in regular de- bate. and in open house discussion. The schedule was brought to a close hy the Annual Gold Medal Debate. Aubrev Rowles. Joseph Behrens and John Hurley successfully represented the allirniative against Vv'm, Moser. David Dailey and Tom OBrien. John Hurley was awarded the gold medal for the best individual debater. lililflf I 'M i L' 9' 'PQMA f I' v .A :A by .x . - -. -11 nt ' I . 1 V -1,11 ?l5'C,:l Dm tirriur .flrg - .I Y sw' - ' 9 ' . iubmvuuia .--...us Q- U3 in 5 er-Ma. LHWN , "ls-. JOHN F, RIORDAN .lUSl'Pll P. I AVIN .JMHN li IIURI VY WM. J. FUDD ,lumor Ifluftitiorw Humor Dtflmli' Junior Dt-hate Yrnmr lflorulmn funlrsl I nnlvsl Omlonrul Contest Joseph l.avin, '31, was selected as winner of the Gold Medal given annually to the best individual debater in the Senior Debating Society Gold Medal Debate. William Codd receives this year the gold medal as winner of the Senior lilocution Contest and Oratorical Contest. John Riordan. Sophomore, showed remarkable ability in winning the Gold Medal Elocution Contest of the Junior Division, ' John Hurley, another Sophomore. was awarded the Gold Medal for being the best individual tlelmter of the John Carroll Debating Society. ' l. 4, Q I N X ls 2 ' x . - , S, ,D - X figs- LU IG lAlNl ' fl' xr W 3'l 'V Forty - one , t , l it t , ,, l , 1' W, ' Y Y Y 1 .mi lei Mil N My WJ- .4 Wil' H """t-4-' A yt ,W 152-ii,yt:t.,t4! 'ty W , 'sf is . , ' f 1 Lili , "VU wwl'lllll" ls ' t Hy- "" . , 'lf , 4 y ii W z li 4 l i i ' t Vl ,. 3 i l L., J J SENIOR DEBATING SOCIETY Moderator MR. SOREGIIAN, S. J. I'1'l's1'tier7I WM. CODIJ Vit-e Pri-sidtfnf I , JACK Gtftttt Srlifklllflfr'lAl't'll.SllI't'f JOSl?I"ll MCDOWI-l.l tst'ftlx'4lf7I'tll'flfl77H DICK 'liwtllll 'lihe Senior Debating Society was organized early in the second semester with Mr. Soreghan, S. J.. as moderator. Despite the late start an interested group ol' embryo dehaters enrolled and discussed several pertinent questions among themselves. Weekly' meetings were held. and the boys gained much useful practice in speaking and in the art of debating. ln the Annual Gold Medal Debate, which is the climax ol' the year's work. Arthur Albi. Joseph Codd and Joseph l.avin will defend the afhrmative, while Glen Magnuson, Richard Twohy and George Cannon will uphold the negative of the question: Resolved, That the repeal or modihcation of the lllth Antemlinent would be to the better interests of the American people. y i wx ,M W it i., ... jk' N X ... ,, l 5' 'M wi :rt.mwi.tm..":, lt r.. , ,, 4 , it i - , l l liia.m:t.i..aiaa.,.a:'.iL.mt.aa' 1' '-'zz.i,.t.u.n.'t::...aa.s...t..trg.arit vm My iiirtysrtuo 'ri yy: . ,tif flff ' 1. 'ti r Q, , ' 9 X oisaxra fsfg 2- WN .M 2' " -' I X ...Nw are M at 5' N ,, K AQAMNU.-ki H3 ll-l S ' 'W-':a"' lltill B LH 1mh- THE CONSTITUTION AND THE INDIVIDUAL WILLIAM CODD From the standpoint of the individual citizen, those composers of the Declaration of Inde- pendence never spoke truer words than when they said that the mainstay of a nation is its guar- antee of life. liberty and the pursuit of happiness. In those threatening days just prior to the Revolutionary War we were confronted by the dismal prospect of eternal subjection. We were merely the subsistence of a superior nation. a clod under the heel of power. Then. thru the mercy of God. we were given those great old patriots, those fiery champions of freedom. whose names, whose achievements shall live in the hearts of our people as long as America is America. as long as the stars and stripes wave over this land of the free and the brave. Thomas Jefferson. Benjamin Franklin. Patrick Henry and John Hancock. each name is a glittering gem in the immortal crown of liberty. lt was thru the heroic leadership of these great men that we obtained our freedom: it was they who aroused the col- onists to rebellion and goaded them on to victory. Following that great war, the greatest war in the history of America, after the acts of Con- federacy had failed, thereby leaving the newly freed nation in a financial and political quandry. our Constitution was written. Thus was our nation born. a nation that thru trials and sorrows, failures and loss has emerged still holding aloft the burning torch of freedom. As we review our history, we recall how the ominous cloud of Civil War hovered over us for a period-how the two divisions of the North and the So.uth were divided against each other over the great question of slavery. Where would our majestic nation of today be if our Con- stitution has been weak or inadequate-if our forefathers had not foreseen just such an emer- gency? Where? Crumbled, shatterd, ruind! Lying amid the broken fragments and dust of the nations of the past. Oh, what thanksgiving we Americans owe to Almighty God that today our United States is a haven of freedom, personal rights, and governmental protection: that today we share our Constitution with the once dissenting South-that today no citizen, no true citizen, regardless of his racial extraction or religious creed shall be an outcast or in any way be denied his just right. Just compare the condition of our country with that of Russia, a poor war torn nation which has never known the taste of justice or freedom. Why are we not in this pitiful condi- tion? Why are we not the subject of a tyrant's whims and fancies? Why? Because we have our Constitution. because our Constitution is upheld and loved, because the people mold their own destinies and are not ruled by a self-appointed dictator, lt would take several hours to enumerate all of our many privileges, but let us deal with those few indispensable ones with which we come in contact daily throughout the year. Freedom-to some, it is true this means little. They have either forfeited this great blessing by crime or placed themselves in a position where they are no longer their own masters: but to the common people, freedom means everything in the world, our homes, our happiness, our joy, our pros- perity. But then again. what is freedom without a guarantee of endurance? Nothing but an empty word! Here in America our mighty system of fundamental law, the Constitution. is that guarantee. It establishes justice, insures domestic tranquility, it gives to all, favoring none, their just and equitable desserts. We may rise from the grime of sweat to be the chief executive of our Nation or we may win the honors and glories of a Lindberg. Nobody interferes. Our forefathers secured the blessings of liberty to themselves and their posterity by ordaining and establishing this Constitution of the United States of America: and that Constitution guarantees to this day a Nation of the people. by the people and for the people. It has come thru the years as a mighty ship of state, bearing with it the lives and happiness of a hundred millions of people. It shall continue to sail on. X, 1 God grant, as it has sailed in the past to safely weather all the storms which may arise, to reign N' I over a union of peace and prosperity. N I 2 i 'f P . I row LUIGIAN TN: ' I urffn' x Forty- three ar f , , ' 9 L -ix: ' " : X" i y Q . x s in . i . 5 G ' ,Vu-f1'gh P7 -1 ...Q ng i A ,,.v-'-' J ' R" " ' ' ' - - - K www nl E rs Q x s ,, wx xllhgimcqs-N-at liwnulhn K' E U-'I Q qu"""-vQ..x Lmfffv ,, ""--. 1 . -o Front Row-P, Pival, J. White, R. Twohy. N. Scaler, J. Pearson. Gritmnn Second Row-H. Richards. J. Bonamici. W. Symmes. R. Johnston. W. Codil Third ROLL'-M. Black. B. Guthrie, J. Codd, R. Molitor, J. Kearns, C. Manly ffwurih Row-R. Iflahcrly. R. Corkcry. R. Weber, C. Lindberg. H. Sylvcslcr KNIGHTS OF THE LEASH Modemmr MR. JOHN COUQHLIN, S. J. PFESI-d9f1f .. . . . . . . . . ROBERT CORKFRY Vive I'rz's1'1le'n! JOHN F. KIQARNS st'L'!'c'fl1fQf-'IJl't'llSLlI'L'l' WII,I,l1XN1 SYMMI 5 i 1 I I sh ll x l 2 ,Q .H 7 W , K X.. N15 f .,..,1 - wo. rs .41 V 7.1701 , Forty-four Ifront Row-B. Guthrie. H. Trautman. W. Seale. J. Smith. G. Barnhart Sewnd Row-li. Cadigan. H. Richards. Wm. Symmes, R. Johnson. P. Silvers. C. Mady l'h1'rd Row-M. Black. T. Higgins. J. Codd. A. Beckcr. J. Kcarns I-'uurlh Row-A. Albi. R. Twohy. C. linclberg. N. Sealer. D. Day I-H117 Row-XV. lilahcrty. R. Molilor. .l. Maslcrson. B. Gallagher Si.-.Ih Row-J. llunlon, Coach: P. Devlin, J. Koch. J. McCarthy, O. Krick. F. Brickner M odvrat or l'r1'si'dL'nI , V lit? Presidvnl S acre fur if Treasurer Mrgvunl - ul A Arms G-H-S CLUB Risv. J. J. limilf, S. J. CARL. KJNDBLQRG JOHN SMITH Joi-iN KEARNs RAYMOND lVlOl.lTOR HUBIERT TRAUTMAN Forty- five X an f f r if , , . Y M 4 A yvv x-1-55'5'!Ef" mi' FA M is sw 5. i Qu.vV"" xx. V X .nmwwyflixa . dl NCQ "" Q Q1 I HXNIIKUHX K' E U-'I 5 uu"""-Q-...xg LRWN ,. "ss N KNIGI-ITS OF THE ROUND TABLE Front Row-John Ryan. Emmett McNulty,,9Jake Bauer, James Smith, Tony Fiorillo Sownfl Row-Plmilip Holt, Alton Beckexj, Tom McDonnell, Larry Sylvester. Louis Lnnghi .I 1 'Q Xu f f Q 4 1 N K u Q14 Xx,i"'Tw it LJ I C3 I A NI-'-A y " ' x -,L W ' lorry-six LUICEIAN lm is 'YEL-X, 5 ,.,Q:,:yf':g, . . . , A ' . ,AUM x an' x" 8' M ' ,, AIMANUNQQ - --,gf-om H311-as x 'WFS-Q' O D 'QQS-fxfiy I I a . Athletics ml f Q'f'.S,ZIE'5 'if i ai" Wx M ts we-V X H 5. . IW Xt. xx. " K 'AuMvUh'lyNms4naQndt ' IE IH 5 'U---Q-R. V V Y LNWN ,. JOHN HUNTCN. Couch f K fs -X N35 N A N " --'ILLJ IG IA 1'-"' i Furry-eight KK ik L - vsfglls, 5 gf-'1q52'3E?T f. i' 96' 1, ,Viv KH .D 1 ssW',M A N QAMMNVN is ..- IE U-I 5 "1-g,g55:....,, G. H. S. FOOTBALL SQUAD ATHLETIC MANAGERS , XVilliam Symmcs. John McManamin., Otto Krick, Tony Fiorillo Q f f I x 1 N n I N 1- 7' T IX 4 xv- LU IGIAN ' ,Af - TQ ' A urfly' I N Forty-nine A , 42+ ,. 'Q' M " ' hx . V int 5 - unfit," " lu . - V 0 mm -3974 ,l In W-A . - g 1 v . .k.MANx"ht4ug5cQs:lCtit an mills ' ' E D-I E 'Vinh-.H-.x xn 'X ' www , 'qw rw: 'L vw' l ' BLACK CAIN GUTHRII2 MOl.l'l'OR fullbuck Iuvkle End Hulfbmk 3 FI AHERTY TRAUTMAN LINDBFRC TXVOHY Turhla Guan! Turlzlv Fullhark , 0 A i M S N, T 4" I 5 'S ian f fx l .. . . , A . - E ,I , a qi. ,. 1 I L I C i A YI ll I - x-mt rs I I QA 4,111 , l":'l'1y . 9511 K x A -uxxuugit Y!'5!' " af. P15-rum y -1 -,,l Y A I M 5 , nm N M -D '11 . A 'Mu V X U x vumwvu ' 1 s ' . '-Rhwmugzotsd ulwnunu C' E E--I S lg 1.avrf-7:."""-. 'K Lk . . if Bl IFNHARIUT Mli'l'ROVllkll flllill f .-XI'T MRI4 KNER Lmurzf Fullbank Lui Ind C 3 SXVFITNFY SYLVFSTFR KKARNS SCALFR Quullvrhuflz Halfhnfk l'lull'l1ru'f2 Qmnlrrhrlffl J ' 1 O' U f 4 ' Q fy J' Q I . 5 1 r ' . mf 5 in , X ' , 5 'V 'i - 4v'f'1 I .X LU IG IAN 'Q ' tif, X Fifly-one Q s HIZCKER KOCH CADIGAN RICHARDS Ciuunl Hulflwm If Fullbnrk Fm! 1 :D SI All QMITH DAY JOHNSTON Iullhurlr fiuur nf Vvnlvr Turklr .. frfwkig: V 5" 1 ' , A ' - N 5 l7il'1u'1u'u U it ,Q-::r::5f?. b, if-5"- . it M It ffl Q A 90" ' ,. x AQMAOIU'-'Q . wait! u3fH 5 cg.-Has Footeau. The rise of Gonzaga High's prowess on the football field in the last few years was success- fully carried on by the boys on last year's squad. Starting the season with but four veterans. Coach Hunton soon produced a fine team which brought great credit to the school as well as to the coach. liight games were played during the season, of which only three were lost. and those by close scores. The 6rst game, scheduled when the boys had been out for only a few days. was played with Wilbur on their field on September the twentieth. Due to insufhcint practice and the greenness of the team the Bullpups were defeated 18-0. This game was of vast importance to the team however. for it put it into a fighting spirit which it hung on to throughout the entire season. One week after the Wilbur game Hillyard turned back Gonzaga 7-0. This game will live long in the memories of the men who played in it. Once Gonzaga pushed the ball over, but on an unfortunate fumble, the ball rolled back onto the gridiron and was recovered by a Panther and robbed the team of a score. For two periods the teams battled on equal footing, until an alert rival intercepted a Bullpup pass and raced 40 yards for the game's lone tally. On October the fifth the Bullpups came through with their first win of the season when they trimmed Mel Ingram's Wallace Miners 14-7 on the Idaho field. By their spirit and perform- ance "Puggy's" men showed that the green team of a few weeks earlier was fast developing into a real team. Next came a fighting team from Pullman and it, like Wallace, went down in defeat to a team which would not be beaten. Pullman scored first in the second period. and Gonzaga left the field at half time trailing 6-0. They came back with renewed spirit in the last half to push over two touchdowns and win by a score of 13-6. Saturday afternoon. October the nineteenth, Coach Hunton's boys journeyed to Tekoa, where they handed a light, inexperienced team. a 30-0 beating. The boys played with everything they had in order to prepare themselves for the Lewis and Clark game on the following Friday. Came the next Friday. and with it the highly-touted Tigers from the South Side school. From the first the outcome of the game was clearly evident, and the humbled Tiger went back to his lair biting under the sting of a 12-0 drubbing. This victory marked the third consecutive defeat for Lewis and Clark by the fighting Irish. The second string men, performing like veterans. started the Colville game on November the lirst. They held the boys from Colville scoreless throughout the first half. In the second half the regulars went in and piled up 19 points while holding their opponents without a tally. This game marked the lifth straight victory for the Gonzagans. On Armistice Day, before a crowd estimated at well over 1500. the Bullpups bowed in glorious defeat before a much heavier and larger team from North Central. Sheer power won the game for the Indians, and it was only after the stiffest battle that they managed to emerge a 21-7 winner. This game closed the season for the squad. 1 1 -.- 1 .U IG IAN A-X vs- , f P - K A 'Mfg' I f Fifty-three wi f - , - 9 ,.,.t.. 9Se4!f1 A. ms it 4 :K Z hs - N ,,, ' 1 ' '. i . Q 5' ss ' K 6 -rm! 71 .l ' my N , eq A . WN' l AQMANUM... , qwsglhtil Xl lun!!! U E UNI g Mun.-"""s " LHMIN , "Nh- Borlom Row--P. Higgins. Hann. Bachand, Hurley, Feulner, Gorman Second Row-Murphy, Holt. Studley, McDonald. Bruder. Behrens Thiid Row4Loughlin QCoachD, Madden, Groh, Keogh, Bonamici, Bill McDonald TERRIER FOOTBALL The Terriers. a team composed of men just a little under High School caliber. were coached this year by Mr. Loughlin. Despite the handicap of a late start the team enjoyed a very suc- cessful season, winning ten games and losing but two. The Terriers proved themselves to be great lovers of the pigskin. playing two and three games a week, K X y ' fX Xivtxw V I bwfg wfil - ,A 1 1 fifty-tour f U s f , . f V' ' A -111 ?la"CEg!5" Ca xvglflffa 'I I-,gt 5 G 'V WMM IA Pkg s ' QMS , x AWUNUN 1 . ki maids!! 4 4 I I VFW, nut-ufnnltl "9"-1-.,x Lfvwfv , "" Bolrum flow'-Willard, Waldron. Huff, Toner, Captain: lfoley. Mahoney. Murphy, Daschbach Sk'L'Uf'ld Row-Greer, Molitor, Ryan, McDonald, Sylvester, Cli.ith.1n1, XVhile, McGee, Bowman MIDGETS FOOTBALL The Grst call for the Midgets met with an encouraging response. From A few of last yearls veterans as the nucleus of the team, and plenty of new material, Father C. .l, Sharp, S. J., soon moulded such .1 stron'g aggregation of pigskin toters that they went through the season with the loss of only A few games. Throughout the entire season the fellows showed .1 spirit of sportsman- ship seldom seen in small teams. N l l I X, g -ix I. Vsws LUIGIAN' - ox - 4 N N1 Fifty-live Q .lx 4 2 K 5 Da ' Y ' ,QUUPV ' he -' . s utwuwxm, -xilhfllf'-fQ'Q 'A' Drake n Vrrmv Q 14-1 tl I' in 'usd HIIUIIXUK U l E U-I E Lgmmqg Front Row-Devlin. Higgins, Koch. Coach Hunton Buck Row-Metrovich, Schilli, Brickner, Flaherty, Masterson BASKETBALL TEAM Although handicapped by the return of only two letter men, Coach Hunton turned out .1 haskethall team which had a successful season. Although losing the series to the other city schools the Bullpups evened matters by defeating such teams as Wilbur. Deer Park and Vern. The men who won their letters in this sport were: Metrovich, Captain: Brickner, Schille, Scale. Flaherty and Higgins, l f 4' :lg I l Q 1 I I fi X'i""w U ' - f'75" fi' ' 'W'-kr - A -- ' diff, fx lizvfly - .six - 'f L 4 I Qbwgtgg, K ,varswqf-1!?. ,. if bf M H3 ak' '-- '- hu ' 953' N , R AMMNVN 1 Vw It U5 ft-...wmv IE U-' 5 I :'."":-..,.x.k LHWN ,.. N- Frrai Rott I Reardon G Toner P Prval lCnptj C Mady J Bauer C Klrgal fCoachl Second Rou, McNulty lMgrJ J Johnson J I-eulner L Sylvester M MeDonald I-. White MIDGET BASKETBALL Under the gundmce of Cwrl Klrgdl the Midget team played very good bmll throughout the stzmon defeating all thexr opponents by most dtttsnvs. Stores Among the 0lll5lll'ldll'1L, pllyers were Pnval Bauer Rxordm Toner md leulmr Fit ty - sum I1 .. 7- . . .. r - I V . - . . , . , , , Q vp- 5 g . 1 t 4 1. 1 ' ' 1 N 1-" lb- -I , .1 ', A , ', . , 1 ' '. 4 , ' J 'I N l'1b Y , , 5 , rf. sg, 5 ,Q-:.:::::fi'f.,:-We M '5 511 - -'M Q Y- . X , x W I A . Nui. ' , QAMVVVKHQ s ,. Waqgxs-'Dxdlv nuuwnxl' ' U3 U'-I 5 u"""-'---.N LAWN , ""N-. Bottom Row-John Molitor, Daschbach, Guthrie Semml Row--McDonald. Magnuson, Ray Molitor. Koch. Kearns Third Rowe-Metrovich, Cain, Johnston, Day, Higgins, Hunton lCo.ichJ HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM The members of this inexperienced team, which was pitted against some of the best High School nines in the city, did remarkably well, and its members deserve much credit. The team experienced a season full of bad breaks. losing most of its games by one or two runs. It lost a hard-fought series with Hillyard, three games to two, suffered two close defeats consecutively by Lewis and Clark. and won one and lost two games to North Central. 4 'l I K, 4 ' - f -- f u R ' , f .7233-S Q U l six 1 WA V 7,7-,170 l'1fttf't'1ght vw. f ,' if W i- f I - r g 1 ,, . i S.. X - gin! ,ffl i .lg-'glllpzillf -1 -,,i yi R M is at X-' 5- . U dQJ,,....- , S ,Y k ,,,,,.,,,,. V 1 x . .x'4q3xs qg'1n..1"" lnulns I' ' H-I suv'-f MIDGET BASEBALL First Row-.loc Behrens. Jas. Welch, David Sweeney. R. Bayless, Chas. Gorman, B. Thomas, G. Toner Sworn! Row--McNulty, Fred Wlmile, John Chatham, Robert Shields. Wm. Reilly, Howard Tilton, Mr. Simoncau, J. fkCO-lflll - 1 iiiemm A f,f' ,Q Q Y Y 'Q "' ' Fifty-m'm' V t If ,V , . 3-,, K - ,Q-.szaj2t5!fi'f-.a' G'- .tf I5 an X . 'E . - Q.Q,ssVi' P in D xx v ASMJNKIQN .An lun!! nuuurll U ' E U,-dl S 'kata-uttu-.....-.,,t.M 1-flrfffxf .4 kk- ,,,,,,, ... , ..,. YYY, H-. Y, v..i., Bottom Row-Pat Silvers, Henry Richards, Paul Pival, John Masterson Upper Rott'-Gale Morse, Stan Whitaker, Carl Riley, Joe Gerry G. I-I. S. TRACK TEAM RESULTS The high school track team this year was one of the most successful in the schools' history. Beginning with but three lettermen. Coach John "Puggty" Hunton soon rounded the squad into .1 strong and snappy team. The first meet. held in early April, was a triangular with Wallace and West Valley. XVallace with an exceptionally strong team won a close victory over the Bullpttps with West Valley mak- ing .1 few points. The next week the team suffered .1 rather disastrous defeat at the hands of the strong North Central squad. Following this meet the Bullpups engaged Lewis and Clark in our stadium, It was very J f close with Gonzaga nosing the Tigers out by making a clean sweep in the broad jump. I Q I E14 7 I ---I LJ IGIAN1--' fwfr fic . . f f f 'A gif-'fp' Sixty I , - in ugly., pl Q. itigu-'1f:1v2lliy'7+1 gl, Ye M3 1 '-f '. 'M X x L K y1l1ll"f,,-ig Oak sw", t .. 'AWMVVIQQQ nay-Quads nur-urn: 0 ' U3 U4' S l qui.-NTTTT' V LHYIN ,. ."0-. TRACK RELAY TEAM Whitaker. Riley, Richards, Morse TRACK TEAM RESULTS-Continued The last dual meet for the High School was with Hillyard, which they won handily. On the l0th of May the City Meet of all four high schools was held in the stadium. North Central won with 42 points, followed closely by Gonzaga with 40. Gonzaga placed eight men on the city team to go to Pullman for the interscholastic cham- pionship meet. This was the most ever sent by the school. The men who made the trip were Gerry. Masterson, Pival, Richards, Riley, Silvers, Morse and Whitaker. The relay team, composed of Richards, Whitaker, Riley and Morse, was the most outstand- ing factor on the squad. They won all their city races and then went to Pullman, where they won the State Interscholastic championship. These four men also handled the sprints. The middle distances were amply taken care of by MJSl0fSOH and Lake. Wlmile Gallagher. Albi and Schopf took care of the distances. The hurdles were well represented in Capt. McCarthy, Flaherty and Joe Sweeney. In the field events we had. Pival. Gerry. Richards and Silvers: Lindberg. Guthrie and Molitor did their part in the weights. . N 1 Q I N N s, V ,I tw- LU ICS IAN -ff-'X t 1 YQ! Q G A 3,1101 I1 V X - i-1. Siktyemn' X 1 I 'null 5' f ,, U gf fu ' ' 7 si., K W2-2721-Efi'K.,a QW . .tx 'U ' 'M K-Qfx-s-774.4 ' , v sAS5VNuh..a I as U3 IH 5 W-Q1 LHMINT' TENNIS TEAM l'fUl7I Rou.'-Beckman. Richards, Donovan, O'Brien, White, Mady Bunk RULL'--Alba, Bell, Murphy, Schilli, Coach O'Connel1 , 5'-4 .Srfx 1 U - Iwo LU nc3n A N ,,,, .i.....,,A-5... an f is ' L 5 lx! ,g..-ya- wr?. ,af ' l J: s lglillic 5,6 A M K x ' R, ., ', 'M A ,wav . V X M,,,,,W.M as V qwsaitx mm wan u ' E U--i 5 -"""'-QQ., V - V V VV 1-HHN , "N- GOLF TEAM Front Row-O'Hearn, Zubick, McDonald Back Row-Kennedy. McCanta, Toth, Gritman I. so If lk Q N I E I I U I Q i I A N ' A ,,-sv1"xu V' N u iukx Q f any II X Sixty- three R' S! , Q - -P ' .earl QR lt,-srrasfjf. ,free- av is mis S '. 'vu R r-'QA sn? x U . eAtMJlNXllhxi t-'-.68 t 'CCW IKWIIKUQ 9 .""'--.N LHYIN ,, "N-. "THE HOUR GLASS" September 9--Long line of students push their November ll--Armistice Day. No school. way into Principal's office. anxious to regis- North Central celebrates by defeating Gonzaga. ter. Wonder why? 21-7. September 10-Fifsf 433' of Class' S0l9mn'f3f9d November 12-H. S. Sodalists celebrate Feast teachers JF? Wed wlth hostile gl-'HTCYS bl' ma' Day of St. Stanislaus with Benediction ol the JOUTY Of Sflldmts- Blessed Sacrament. September l2--Football turnout.. Potential November 12.-.McDowell is awarded Second Candldates are put through then paces by place in American Legion contest, "Why We Coach Hunton and stand up well under the Celebrate Armistice Day .. grill. ' September l7-Classes elect officers for the year November l9"'KnightS of the I-cash 0"g'ml7e 1920-so. No bloodshed reported. Bur this for the vw " ' Ch' I . . isnt icago anyway November 20-Junior Sodaltty has hot dog sale September lf?-Junior athletics begin. Small in Little Gym. All right. folks. right this boys endeavor to prove their worth as pigv way for the best dogs in town. skin toters. November 23-Annual Homecoming Mass sung September Z4-Senior H. S. Sodality of th: by our Alumnus Bishop' Rl, Rev' Robert Blessed Virgin has first meeting of the year. Armstrong- Bishop of Sacramento. September 26-G. H. S. holds first student body November 27 Thanks - - ' . W -- giving recess begins. All fneetmg of the War IQZQJO' Coach Mathews gird themselves for the coming feast. introduced to high school. September 27--Hillyard wins a hard-earned vic- November 28-Turkey day' tory over G. H. S, by score of 6-0. December 2-Students return to class-all who October 3--Solemn High Mass is celebrated in are able. honor of the Holy Ghost to call down the . blessing of God upon the coming year, Decetraber ficluaior football teams have big . II . October 5-G. H. S. gridders defeat Wallace on ee ln I e ym the Minefg Held, Decemgalelr 7-56015232 High gchpol stars play 'n 'ne ene t ame. ll- l d E " Octobler l?-'lzennis team elects captain and gram ggfear Al1-Ciry team, nan mpuc ma es p ans or t e year. l I December 9-Junior Sodality has feed and October I2-Gonzaga defeats Pullman High. gmokerinljrrle Gym. The boys sure know their "stuff." D b H A c m e - I t t . d tl I October 15-St. John Berchman's Sanctuary So- edirectlgn of Palmyra 5:55:51 Opens un cr M ctety organizes. K . .I December 14-Retreat closes with Mass and Octlobtirrrylgg-QGTQIIZL S. takes decisive gridiron Combmuniondbby ag 'Ee sgudel?tS,BIlT,p',l ' ing estowe y at er .IBC . tsaop lllt' October 25-Spirited pep rally rouses enthusiasm 2lddl'9SS9S assembly. for l.. C. game. Th' tram d g h 1 . l.t- . tered Tiger. Of coutrsek we wdori, lJ?L0.1 H DcLe:?igg'ys23g5lS5:gi,HI:S oislinrl for dChri2mas s ur e an can -- November l-All Saints Day and holiday. Once and Santa Claus? Y Y again the Bullpups bring home lhf bacon. Ggnmga 19. Cglvillg 0, January 6-Classes resumed. Back to hard work November l and 2--Gonzaga boys wrap them- again- Oh well- OUIY f1V9 mmf m0I1Il1S Of selves in tunics and hide behind shrubhery to Sc 001' la: ,I take part in Freiburg Passion Play at American January 7-Hillyard defeats G. H. S. '13-ll on Q I Thealff- maple court. z F if C C C C GG C 'V' ity., l IHS , , ,, !"' -DXNIK QV . . . , . ,C ,. .1 I gif! Sl'.X'!ll'fULlf I l gs C T fs ffbuxi , Q. 7 x 51 4 5 'I ISCX '1r':'-iififivv ,Q f' vw!" V N , X umwyl.-xi uv-.s mana 5 as-at-ac. gg Hia WY i YM LHYIN 7. "" -- "THE HOUR GLASS"-Continued January 9-N. C. swamps Gonzaga cassaba tos- sers. It's the first hundred games that are the hardest. January 20-Interclass basketball begins. En- thusiasm rouses classes to "ight to win" spirit. January 29-Open season on students. Teachers go on big game hunt and bag a goodly num- ber of lads. Much gnashing of teeth. February 2-Fathers Sharp and Balfe take final vows as members of the Society of Jesus. February 3-Holiday in honor of the devoted Fathers. February 4--New semester begins. Students and teachers settle down to business under the new schedule. February 5-L. C. takes G. H. S. 29-18. If at Hrst you don't succeed. try. try again. February 7-Gonzaga defeats Wilbur. Of course we can win a game. February 10-Knights of the Altar organized to assist the priest at the sacrifice of the Mass. February 18--Senior Debating Society throws off moth balls and comes out of hiding. Offi- cers elected. February 24-Spring football starts. Husky he- men try out for places on next year's squad. February 25-Senior Sodality elects officers at meeting in Chemistry lecture room. March 4-12-Novenna of Grace in honor of St. Francis Xavier at St. Aloysious Church. March 7-Enthusiasm runs riot as Father Keep announces that High School is to publish An- nual. March 10-Hi School track turnout. Stiff limbs and aching backs are the general topics of con- versation. March 17-St. Patrick's Day. No School. Seniors battle lower classmen in annual St. Patricks Day gridiron classic, but come out on short end of 6-0 score. March 21-National Oratorical Contest on Con- stitution. Wm. Codd wins decision of judges. March 25--Father O'Keefe. S. J., addresses Senior and Junior Sodalities at Chapel As- sembly. March 25--Gold Medal Debate of Junior De- bating Society. March 26-Student bodies hosts to Rev. Jos. Piet. Provincial of the Western Province of the Society of Jesus. Holiday granted. March 28-Codd wins city and county finals in National Oratorical Contest. April 4--Interclass track meet. lIl-A wins spir- ited contest, with IV-A in second place. April 8-"The Ringer of the Chimes" wins the Junior Elocution Contest. April 9-G. H. S. defeats West Valley in Tennis tourney. April 14-Forest tire prevention films are shown to students in Gymnasium. April 15-Annual essay on Christian Doctrine. Students prove that they are not attending a Catholic High School in vain. April 15-Easter recess begins. Welcomed by students afflicted with "spring fever." April 22-Back to school again. Students suff fer relapse of aforesaid "spring fever." April 28--Mr. Hansaker addresses students on subject of Prevention of War. April 28-G. H. S. defeats N. C. on the base- ball diamond. April 29--Students urged to attend C. M. T. Camp by Sergeant Lewis of Fort George Wright. May l-G. H. S. defeats Hillyard at track meet. May 6-Father Rector conducts solemn reception of members into the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary. May 6-Senior elocutionists hold forth in an- nual contest in gymnasium. May 7-Rector's Day. Holiday in honor of our beloved Father Reidy. Mass and com- munion by all the students. May 8-Student body meets in Gym. Officers nominated for year 1930-31. May 15-Student body elections. Leaders sc- lected to guide the student body in the com- ing year. May 29-Ascension Day. Holiday. Classes ob- serve the time honored custom of picnicing at the nearby lakes. May 30-Memorial Day. Holiday in honor of our departed war heroes. June 4-Examinations. Final attempt is made to reduce number of graduates. June 10-Commencement. -,ws I I -f t,,,,,c ,lt -'ix , -f ' - F 34110, Sixty-five Y! 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Style Center for Smart Spokane Men Garrett, Stuart and Sommer 508 RIVERSIDE BosToN WET AND DRY I Couegiansy WASH LAUNDRY MAIN 5274 I' F' ' 'P Q 0 ffaye, at 423' Ptegge LISTEN WHNLE we MAKE 'ru-us PLEA- we 'mu-uc Attwomeq , 59.ws..p BE Fleet 1 u A SERVICE FOR EVERYBODY In Today and Back Tomorrow When you patronize WELLS for a Used Car bargain or a new CHEVROLET SIX at the price of a four, tell him you saw it advertised in the Year Book '30-16' WELLS CHEVROLET CO. First and Adams Spokane 'The famous F Yiifr fo- if -- SILVER GRILL .lSll7vER'CRlLl. a g A V p in THE SPOKANE HOTEL Solicits your business for small or large banquets and offers you surprisingly low prices for dinners, banquets and entertainment. No extra charge for dance floor for large banquets and very small rental for the Silver Grill Dance Floor for small parties without food service. Call Main 5191 and ask for the manager and he will help you figure out all dinners. banquets or dancing parties. Try our famous Eighty-five Cent Evening Dinner. Full course dinner and service at Coffee Shop prices. Don't Forget T. C. SPITZ Large Sugar Cured Pickles BEST in your lunch basket when you go fish By Comparison ing and picnicking 'QPQ-fir On Sale fl! All Grocery Stores Carstc-:ns INLAND PRODUCTS Packing Compamg CQMPANY Julius A. Zittc-:I Architect AUDITORIUM BUILDING, SPOKANE, WASHINGTON TELEPHONE MAIN 1937 ARE YOU GCING TO . is u . QQ .1 BE A MERCHANT? :1'Cfffe!t?!,'l If so, we invite you to consult with the experts connected with our Soda Shoes show their uality Fountain and Feature they dress your fegt in retinedi Department good taste. You'll enjoy Wear- ing them. QWGD Cette McKesson"Spokane MODEL BooT SHOP DRUG CO. 609 Riverside Ave. SPOKANE When Traveling Use COLUMBIA GORGE SYSTEM Pickwick Greyhound Agents Reclin- Depend mg able Nchalr Service Coaches Low Fares to All Points COLUMBIA GORGE STAGE DEPOT 516 Main Ave. Phone Main 1149 Spokane, Wash. M QUALITY GRADUATION BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BUSINESS? Kinman courses provide the finishing touches so helpful in giv- ing you the right start in the business world. COLLEGE? A shorthand course will speed your work in college when the fall term opens. It lightens library work, enables you to take quick notes on lec- tures-and leaves you with a real busi- ness asset. ffbwiiv SPOKANES LARGEST BUSINESS SCHOOL PORTRAITS AT MODERATE PRICES Q:-E. NV: ' flL'7J. ,.,:s:ssMm 5: 2121: 11' ,1-r: E:.'Mr'.'mQfZ'k3: 671, ,f, Nqqx ff ,,,g,LQ mv. im s n w L. M y -U N , Q ,yum ,pf V, msn.:Niii...W,.e4,i1,u.:iio N U-ART STUDIO Photographs Live Forever 621 JAMIESON BLDG. SPOKANE In after years when the joys of a home ' are yours-remember 2 Hazelwood Products Of Unusual Merit HAZELWOOD BUTTER Hazelwood Butter is HEATHIZED . . . a step in the manufacturing which excludes all air. Hence Hazelwood Butter stays FRESH LONGER-Heven in hot weather. fy, CRE-COT CHEESE Made from WHOLE milk, Cre-Cot Cheese is not a by-product. Recog- nizable by its large. juicy curds and a most appetizing "cheese" tang. A taste delight. re COMPANY, Ltd. SPOKANE WASHINGTON 0 J A I 6 0 V ' ' J I X , H Engl - 25 1 if L -:fri f s X hx I 4 -Om ' f ff L he H 's t - M - " .L J -ill' WI1 rl 'k..1.f ..:f , qs . ' A . 'rlw umrwffk- Nunn-BuSl'1 fAnkru-ru.-,1i:.,n.-. Treat your feet with a pair of these wonderful fitters. Sold Exclusively by JAKE HILL SHOE CO. 5 05 Riverside Avenue Spokane WHETHER YOU'RE HERE OR NOT You'd do anything for mother She is sacrificing for you Are you game to guarantee repayment of your folk's many kindncsses? QWGD See PHIL C. O'BRIEN CALL HIM TODAY MAIN 3582 224'234'33'I'ZX'92X'2436'23'I'32'S'23'I'22'I'22'I'33'Z'32'I'33'Z'!!'!'!!'? !2'I'!3'Z'!2'I'X!'I'!!'I'33'!'!S'!'32'I'X3'!'22'2' Congratulations to the Graduates of June, 1930 PINE CREEK DAIRY Furnishing Gonzaga University for Over 20 Years BROADWAY 0033 Thirty-seven Years Continuous Service 'Z'224'23'2434'224'22'I'324'22'I'2!'Z'22'I'29I'!2'Z'X3'I'32'2'2!'Z'28'Z'33'!'2X'!'!24434'224'22'923422-Z'22'I'22'I'22 SEE- The New Dodge Eight ,S 1 395 The New Dodge Six .51 075 The New Plymouth S798 4 DOOR SEDANS DELIVERED FULLY IEQUIPPED Cf-30061 4, RIEGEL BROS. 1301 First Ave. Phone Main 5115 J. C. PENNEY co. Riverside and Post I-Iillyard N. Monroe ljounq Mens CLOTHES Smartly styled and master tailored suits for young men-sturdy fabrics of the finest qualityh-buying for over l400 stores, we buy the best at the Very lowest price. 9119.75 Up to 534.75 Extra Trousers 85.00 "One of America's Exceptional H otels' ' I . DAVENPORT HOTEL Spokane, Washington Hearty Congratulations to the Faculty and Class of Gonzaga High School. We offer complete Hotel service. Five public dining rooms, including the Cof- fee Shop. Prices are mod- erate throughout, Entertainment Features: Informal dinner and sup- per-dancing. musicale lun- cheons and Sunday con- certs. Programs by our two orchestras. LOUIS M. DAVENPORT President You are certain to be in business sometime. You will either succeed or you will fail. Why should you fail? -only because of failure to prepare. Are you interested in your own welfare? "Yes" -then call by phone, write a letter, or call in person and give Mr. Blair a chance to pre- sent to you the most alluring busi- ness proposition you have ever had under consideration. C9006 BLAIR Business College N119 Post St. Spokane, Wash. The William A. Twohy Company wants you to pay particular atten- tion to their unique 1930 USED CAR POLICY TWohy's Ticket Tells the Truth You have the facts before you buy- price, year, make, model, former owner. repairs, correct present condi- tion and guarantee are all included on TWOHY'S TICKET on windshield. Money Back Guarantee 75 reconditioned cars on hand at all times. All makes and models at reasonable prices. The William A. Twohy Co I-Iudson-Essex Distributors of the Inland Empire Third at Wall St. Riv. 3122 Gene Stitz Service Stations Boone and Division Sinto and Division RED CROWN and STANDARD ETHYL A Mobiloil and Zerolene U. S. Royal Cord Tires Free Crankcase Service For many years we have handled C0. the bonds and financing of Gonzaga University We believe in Catholic institu- tional boncls as safe invest- ments, ancl they form a part of our regular offering list. XVQ xVt.'lCC7l77P Inquiries Phone Walntlt 1215 FERRIS 86 HARDGRCVE A. KROETCH C. A. KROETCH 425 Riverside Avenue I,. ED. KROLSTCH SPOKANE Congratulations To the Graduating Class of '30 From the Store of Service KNOWLEDGE IS POWER! Knowledge is necessary to succeed! Knowledge is necessary to save! S55 'YOU KNOW YOU CAN DO BETTER AT BURCAN'S URGANQS VAN AUSDLE 86 HOFFMAN P f W k MUSIC co. ef ect Of Opposite Davenport Hotel CSPWQ' Perfect Tools The old reliable Music and Furniture House C. G. Conn Band Instruments, Bacon Banjos, Kimball Pianos, Hobart M. Cable and many other makes to choose from. Come in Today VAN AUSDLE 86 HOFFMAN MUSIC CO. 814 Sprague Ave. This is why Red Tea Towels are used by discriminating women everywhere They dry dishes and polish glassware easily quickly and without lint. FOR SALE IN STORES SPOKAN E TOILET SUPPLY CO. 0 Qolmw. raluvmic' GQ If Its Nlade of Paper We Have lt.. 707-711 SPRAGUE AVE. 708-716 FIRST AVE. The Lasi Word in FGUNTAIN PEN DESK SETS SHEAFFER- SWAN- WAHL- PARKER- WATERMAN CC- Exclusive Clothes at Popular Prices PACKING PLANT U. S. Inspection Bradford Clothes Shop , Phone Main 1541 8 N. Howard St Spokane, Washington l Packing Plant on G. N. Spur City Market Montana Market C9963 Priest River, Idaho Troy, Mont. Retail Markgf The Only Exclusive Merfs Clothes First and Pine Shop IV? The Cliff! Sandpoint Idaho Compliments of LONG LAKE LUMBER CC. N. 348 WALI- ST. PHONE MAIN 4394 SAM S. COHEN 723 Riverside, in Peyton Bldg. Spokaine's Credit Jeweler I Am Your Bosom Friend 1 MAGIC . he C f ' I-1 W- II 0 QU -"Gif: 7fV 4, 'nm dv ig 4? 4? Us stud C9"Gf' The Ivory Soap Laundry COLLEGE MEN Are you now giving thought to what business you will follow in your lifetime that will give you proper reward for your efforts and at the same time give due service to society. WHAT IS TO BE YOUR PROFESSION? As a college student you may now have your course set and are progressing toward your goal, but should your course be as yet un- charted, give thought to the great field of Life Underwriting. Life Insurance salesmanship has grown to be a profession, as has law. medi- cine and engineering. The New World Life Insurance Company can always use live, progressive and ambitious young men. No business offers greater op- portunity for personal effort. Come in and let us talk the matter over, ' Free Course in Life Underwriting J. SCHIFFNER, City Agency Manager NEW WORLD LIFE INS. CO. Congratulations Styled to the mode and smart beyond words are High school days are over MISS SPOKANE Wash Frocks Your home should come next When you or yours are in need of Made by HOME FURNISHINGS Remember C9"'i? SYMMES UPSTAIRS FURNITURE sToRE i MISS SPOKANE, INC l I9 N. Post St. Over Westlake's Market 2203 North Division Riv. 2275 Spokane. Washington In a Picked Body of Men Only the Best Are Chosen lt is obvious that the mental and physical fitness of each man is a matter of utmost concern whether it be in the class room or on the gridiron. It is equally true, tho perhaps not so apparent, that the value of an insurance agency to the individual policyholder is dependent upon the service that agency is prepared to offer. ' The Qld National Insurance Agency has behind it many years of highly specialized service to its customers. It repre- sents only leading American Companies writing every form of insurance Cexcept lifel. 01d National Insurance Agency, Inc. WILL A. KoMMERs, Mgr. Q I ll lil 11 1 5 Tl 11151515111 5-T. C ilssi ff' uf' 'Q' ,fge.:T. ..,, ".53,..- L:- , fu 'Y I..-gif, .J '. 1' . --V 111111g.Q.vfy!f 1 .mm fllliiiiif llwi Hg 'j311g:, S llf ' if 1121 1 1'1af- ?1n'1s' ,nga g,? m1,1f: N '.,f4,1 H1 Isl, ........ 552. ..... A125-:zgmelu ..- ra 1 1' -1-an -Q.. "Z The William A. Twohy Company 83'I'X2'Z'22-2-82642-2-X2'Z'tX-t'8!'2'X2't'8!'2'!3'!-!2- 23 extends a cordial invitation to you to inspect the new 1930 HESSEX, THE CHALLENGER" V Compliments of and "THE HUDSON GREAT 8" I . PACIFIC TRANSFER at their Spokane show room 49096 Address: 103 E. Sprague Rv 2111 The William A. Twohy Co. Hudson-Essex Distributors of the Inland Empire Third at Wall St, Riv' 3122 4-xxwi:-as-:-zz-:-xx-:-zz-z-zz-:-xx-:-xx-:-zz-:-mx: as zz ellg mC'ab The Meter Prints Your Receipt Five Ride as Cheaply as One !2'I'32'I'!2'!'!2'I AMBULANCE SERVICE Witli Trained Attendants, Night and Day C A L L MaclVIarr Stores r w g .- and il 'T Piggly Wiggly Stores COMPLETE A Pleasure f0 B2 Of EooD SERVICE IN THE Service to You PACIFIC COAST STATES Call on us for your Fraternity Pins, Diamonds, Watclies, Jewelry, A place Where you can be assured of a l l square deal Sartori '86 Wolff Makers of Fine Jewelry N. IO WALI. ST. There Is One Near Your Home 6":'.m'!a 95"' 5 X 'R Y , A ,. .. K, : fw- NQKMMWM 'H mf. .W -. - .Ax Awww l Q ' . "M.,,,cq..M::-.arMM IH tu'-it-Qt J'Hffv X' ...,,.......J 5 r , Q V? 1 1 L A ky., , V 5 i , I F 4 A J Xi V A ,K A I ll K ' if 1 2 1 G 5 fy X 'o ' ' J V any 1' 'M S! y , L, 4 - E ' 9' .rx N 4 Q tqgmnngcs' A g-Q.,fX M .1 x it 'V I . . l Qptuiu ., X wwvvxlggsinwna-.'. un,,s..x U3 U-1 E EEEE E!r"YfffYf1A FRIENDS IN DEED Om. 12.10 iff Dv I ff! f Wjfzf Zzglnifykpy ff' 41: A ,AKQXZ AAN , . X ' E . I 'K J f ' , af , ffavff , I 1' 1 -N I J' Ill' 'A 4:0f1,.A, p5"'Q'777 AfwfM7mOf.fQM, M7 LUICSIAN E i Elgin, Hamillon and Illinois Watclies i . COlVlPl.llVlENTS OF Diamonds , l ' l BURGAN'S SHOE CHARLES L. O'HARA l J y REPAIR DEPARTMENT i eweler Watch Repairing Mrs Sybil Brown 410 Riverside Ave. Spokane l Best Wishes 1,00 OVZEETSAQE to the Graduates i Dry Cleaned and Pressed i of 1930 Like New Phone Riv. 4l4l CITY DYE WORKS l N740 Division Bidvvev 2l l4 E422 Sprague Ave- l i HAWKEYE FUEL CO. i y J. W. Rowu-as Co. YOU WILL FIND p can be helpful to you. Our makeup l GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS l AND DELICATESSEN ing touches to your production. MILLER-DERVAN T NZO9- 2ll P S 3 Phone Main 3393 605 Sprague Ave. Spokane' xiishfreet VD .. D.. D DD-.. .. DD..- DD DDDD- DDD . DD D l Phone Riv. 3632 Res. Phone Glen. l230 Qfualjfy Seirmfee l y i 7 p ARCHIE GLEAsoN l FI-CRY l SHOES AND SHOE REPAIRING l UPHOLSTERER l - W. 340 Riverside Avenue i S226 Howard St. Spokane, Wash. A l SP0k3U9f Wash, lD.. - ...D -D . D D .D DD . D. When putting on your class plays. wc Wigs and accessories will put the finish- A. KM A . l The Largest Assortment of l Staple and Eaney GROCERIES, ERESH ERUITS l AND VEGE'I'ABl.ES On Ihe Norlh Side 10 A. M. to 8 P. M. Daily Sunday, 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Established 1899 l3or centuries the Chinese have used roots. herbs, barks and berries for the prevention and relief of all known diseases in mankind. Oriental remedies are usually administered in the form of herb teas. Come in and have a chat with us. no matter what your ailment. The Wing Wo Chinese Medicine 2030 N. Hamilton om. 0571 C0mPanY N. 126 V1 Wall St. Spokane, Wash. No! cz Knock in ct Carloucz' of l Compliments of CASE'S MALTED MILKS M fe GW PETER M. JACOY Thi'LflL'L" Trier! 'lfm 7 S MALTED MILK SHOP l SPOKANES lO0W TOBACCO MAN 612 W. Sprague l l BO'l"IiLER'S SUPPLIES SPOKANE BOTTLE SUPPLY l CO., Inc. WHOl,ESAl.E and RETAIL 408 Sprague Avenue lVe firm Brink ClI't'U'I-fS y Phone Main 3580 Spokane, Wash. . JAMES SMYTH PLUMBING 86 HEATING CO. Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating Engineers and Contractors Automatic Heat and Cold Trent and Division Phone Main l 181 lVlrs. M. M. Sheets, llropzielor l MOTHER'S CAFE l Nexl lo Home This ls the Brsl Place l lo lftzlflilome Coolzingy l l l227 North Division St. Spokane . CHAS. A. CAMPBELL DRUGGIST GINGER-MINT GUM "Two Flavors in One" Sharp and Hamilton Spokane For 35 Years Spokz1ne's Leading Quality Store for Men Home of Fashion Park Clothes fame? HURD,S The House' of Quality x l l BULL DOG SERVICE STATION Boone and Hamilton TRY OUR SERVICE Tires Repaired Cars Completely Cireased, 75 cents Spokane Phone Glen. 0205 Spokane, Waslm. I Fresh Salted Nuts Home-Made Candies Complimenn i Tasty Lunches liountain Service Of COOKE'S NUT SHOPS p Try one of our Rich. Creamy. l Tasty Malteid Milks SUPPLY co. i Q 903 Riverside N. I 10 Howard E ,,,e,,,,,,, ,We , EEE, VCE e E EEEEEE, , MEEEEE EEE Congratulations DIAMONDS WITH EASE Class of 1930 ON TERMS THAT PLEASE GUNN 86 CRITZER INC. . ' l Oscar Levltch Fine Shoes and Hosiery for I.lIdI'l'S and Gentlemen S270'l'f'I"II!I Credit Jeweler Cor. Sprague and Wall Sts. 502 RIVERSIDE AVE- ' W fowl 1 ,, Y We Y 4 7 Y Y ,Y Y ,Ex Tl-- ,. Y YYYYY Y7 Y V-,-E,7,,,.- ,, MISSION SERVICE STATION l QUAIIITY MERCHANDISE Mission and Division at the Richfield Products Lowesr CASH PRICES I Al.WAYS Dayton Tires and Tubes R. I.. 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