Gonzaga Preparatory School - Luigian Yearbook (Spokane, WA)
- Class of 1938
Page 1 of 100
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1938 volume:
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THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF GONZAGA HIGH SCHOOL
THERE stands among us one who has for
eight long years directed the steps of Gonzaga
high school, carefully planting and nourishing
the seeds of intellectual, physical and spiritual
training. All these years he has been sending
forth the graduates of our school grounded in
the principles of true education, with his bless-
ing ringing in their ears and his radiant smile
flashing before their eyes.
To us he is symbol of the lesuit order, those
men who follow the finger of God, sacrificing all
to devote themselves to the training of youth
and the salvation of souls.
He will no longer lead us, but his memory
shall abide always with us, Little and trivial
is the honor we pay him in comparison to what
he has done. It comes from our heart with
We of Gonzaga high school do respectfully
and affectionately dedicate this yearbook to
our principal, Father Curtis I. Sharp, S.I. May
the blessings of God be upon him, may his cup
of life be filled to the brim with happiness and
peace, and may our actions in the future justify
his pride in us and his unceasing labor because
FATHER CURTIS I. SHARP, S.I., PRINCIPAL
WITHIN the covers of this book is contained
the story of another year in Gonzaqa's qlorious
history. Her victories and losses, her triumphs
and defeats are ours. Pictured here are all
those characters and scenes that play such cr
major role in the drama of education, education
as it should be. May these memories, which we
have humbly attempted to portray, act as a
guide in the unchartered paths of life,
they stir us ever onward to a hiqher
higher things. When an hour of da
trouble is upon us, may Gonzaqa's name lend
new impetus to our ambitions, 'new fervor to
our spirits, new inspiration to our hopes and re-
kindled faith to our souls. If in the distant fu-
ture such may be the case, then truly can we
say our fondest hopes have been realized, we
have not failed.
" ,I ' I. t .' 'nl'
PATRICK T. IOYE, S.I.
FR. IOHN W. DUNNE, S.l.
. EDWARD A. MQNAMARA, SI.
FR. IOHN FORSTER, S.l,
ROBERT M. LUGER, S.I.
Moderator Minor Athletics
MR. EUGENE A. HEALY, SJ.
FRANCIS P. HARRINGTON, 5.1
Moderator Maior Athletics
Moderator Knights of the Leash
MR. CLARE A. HAYES, SI.
Moderation I. Y. A.
Moderator Rifle Clut-
PAUL WEISSENBERG, S.l.
Moderator Senior Debating
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Dnnalcl A. Amsburyf-f"Ams": "Oh
yeah": Rogers 4: General.
Leo P. Andrew "Pat": "Easy Claes il":
St. Francis: General: "G" Club 3, 4:
Golf 3, 4.
Peter L. Andre "Pete": "Whats the
differencewr Sl. Francis of Assisi: Scren
tific: "G" Club 3, 4: Football 4: Track
Durant Barclay "Barlc": "Oh yeah",
North Central 4: General.
Ralph Bockmier, lr. "Sonny": "Hi ya
quy": Lewis and Clark Z: General: So
dality 2, 3, 4: Leash 3, 4: "G" Clul: 3,
4: Football 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4.
Kenneth A. Baulac "Kcn": "Well
sure thats why": St. Aloysrus: General:
Debating l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: Drarnatics
3, 4: Sodality l, Z, 3, 4: Luiaian 4: Gon
Lawrence V. Brown "Larry": "Al
ways shining the appleu: Sacred Heart:
General: Elacution 3: Debalinq l, 2, 3:
Sodality l, 2, 3, 4: Leash 3, 4: "G"
Club 4: Glee Club 4, Officer 4: Luiqian
4: Football 4: Basketball 4: Hockey 4.
Lane S. Candler "Oscar": "The early
bird catches the warmn: St. Joseph Aca-
flemy, Sprague 4: Scientific: Sodality 4:
filee Club 4: Honor Boll 4.
john E. Cantlon "Butch": NHGUO
'l'oots": Our Lady af Lourdes: ClGSS1CUl:
Class Officer 4A: Gold Medal Debate 4:
Debating 4: Dramatics 3, 4, President 4:
Sodalify l, 2, 3, 4: Leash 4: Drum and
Bugle 4, Drum Maier 4: Orchestra l, 2:
Luiqran 4: Gonzaqan 3, 4,
li I il N 1938
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Class Ulllcvr 4A3 Humax Hull l, fl, 4' Flu
Culion l, fl 43 Gmlll Medal Debate l, 4,
Dvlnullnq l, Z, J, 4, Olllrnlr 43 Apolo
-Je-ucs l, -1, Fnsl Plum- 43 Dromolics
4, Sollullly ., Z n -l Llsnsl: 4, U'
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Putrlc'lc3 Honux Clcxsslrul Hmmm Floll l,
3 43 Class Ollxrvz -HX' Orolory ,lf
Gcplml Medal Daliute l, lf 4, First Plum-
-l- Debcmnq E, 2, E, 42 lklllwx 4- Dm
mulzcs 4, Olllcvx -13 131 lmlw' l, 1', 1, fl
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SwQen9y?"3 Sl Aloysxusg Gmwml- Hun
wx Roll l3 Dellcitmq 23 Surlullly l 2, A,
4, Olllver 43 Lgusll Al. Olllcex 4- "G"
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Class Olllcpr XB, 353 Honor Hill l, 2,
Eloculmn l3 Dn1l'c1l1nq l, 23 Sovlulny l
23 "G"C1ux 7 3, 43 Gonzcxqcm 4, l.u
lqlmu 43 Tmrk Z 4, 43 Huvksay 4- Gfll
John P Curran "Iohnny"3 "Aw
shurks"3 St Potrwkg General, 'GH Club
4' Frvcllvull fl
Robert L. Dewey "Bmq'j "HPV
Degn, Whfl G rTqm11e": .Scxmaii Hmm
GG!l"l9fGl3 Eloculxcn l, Z3 3D9'bCIl1IlCI lg
Dmmcxlics 3, 43 Sodalityll, 7 3, 43 G"
Club 3, 43 Glev Club 3, 4, Oltlrfhr 4
98 "l'lE"l.lllGlAN lf
William F. Dinndorl "Bloody Bill"g
"Hey, pipe down you quysu: Sl. An-
thony: General Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: So
dality l, 2, 3, 4: Leash 4: "G" Club 3,
4: Football 3, 4: Track 4.
Donald G. Donahoe "Dinny" "Ah
nuts": Wallace Hi 4: Scientific: Sodality
4: "G" Club 4: Glee Club 4: Drum and
Bugle 4: Luiqian 4: Football 4: Hockey
Ioseph M. Durqan "Little loe": "Par
don me-": St. Xavier: General: Sociality
l, 2, 3, 4: "G" Club l, 2, 3, 4: Golf l,
2, 3, 4.
Thomas P. Durlcan "Red": "l rzoulfl
say somethinq but I won't": Great Falls
Hi 4: General: Honor Roll 4: Baseball 4.
Richard D. Feaver "Douq": "Or
somethinq": St. Aloysius: General: Class
Officer IB, ZB, SB, 4B: Debating 3: So
dality l, 2, 3, 4.
Victor I. Felice "Halffman": "Who
do you think I am, anyhow?": Lincoln:
General: Class Officer lB, EB, RB: Hon
or Roll l, 2, 3, 4: Sodahty 3, 4, Assistant
Prefect 4: Leash 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Bas
lcetball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Gonzaqan
3, 4: Luiqian 3, 4: "G" Club 3, 4.
Leonard F. Gaffney "Little Dublin":
"You're late aqazn, Bradleyn: St. loseph
Academy, Sprague 4: Classical: Honor
Roll 4: Gold Medal Debate 4: Debating
4: Sodality 4: Baseball 4.
lohn W. Gooden "Iaclc": "Whats
the aaa?" North Central 2: General:
Sodality 3, 4.
Walter L, Graham "Walt": "Aw
shucksn: St, Aloysius: General: Student
Rody Officer 4: Class Officer lB, ZB, SB:
Honor Roll 4: Leash 4: "G" Club 2, R,
-1: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 7, 3: Basp
ball 2, 3, 4.
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Gerald P. lluppurwlm 'Penn' 'Yu
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nn'-x Roll l, 7, 3: Golfl MG-dnl Dvlznte-
4, fkllwnunq l, 2, 4, 4, Ollm-r -15 llm
Czhrs F, Offlrer 41 Sodcxfxty' I .Z 1, -1,
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Murk D. Kcxulbcxch
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mm and Buqle 4: Clclmsirn lc Hocksfy
Isvseplx l, Krall "ClwfSP": "VV'Pll
whufs the obyecffng St. Anlhonys Semi
nrny 2, Srlenhflv: 'lmck -1,
'llwrxnas A, E Lcxlly
venxnq"g Sacred He-un' Genera. Elm
Cunwn lg Smmlny l, 2, fl, 4- Le-ash J,
"Ton"': "Talk fn,
Glef' Lfluli 4: Rllle 5, 4
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William B. Lane "Bill", "Don't work
too hard", St. Francis of Assisi, Gen
eral, Class Officer 3B.
Iohn P. Leary "lack", "Well phooey
to that", Wallace 2, Honor Classical,
Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Apologetics 3, Gold
Medal Debate 3, 4, Second place 3, 4,
President 4A, Debating Z, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4, Dramatics 4, Sodality 2, 3, 4,
Leash 4, Penmen Club 4, Officer 4,
Luiaian 4, Editor, Gonzaqan 3, 4, Gold
Medal for Scholastic Excellence 3, Ora
Iohn F. Ludwig "lack", "Let's qc
home", Mason City Hi 4, General:
Honor Roll 4, Tennis 4.
William E. Mahar - "Wild lrish',
"What'd l do?", St. Patrick, General:
Elocution l, Debating 3, 4, Sodality l.
2, Leash 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 47 Glee Cluli
4, Football 4,
Earl S. McCanna f"Geep", "No",
Lewis and Clark 4, General: Hockey 4.
Gerald F, McKenzie "Mac", "Quiet
please", St. Xavier, Commercial, Sodal-
ity l, 2, 3, 4.
Harold Fl, McMahon "Mac", "What's
good about it?": Sacred Heart Acad-
emy, Oreqon 2, Honor Classical, Honor
Roll 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, 4, Sodality 2,
3, 4, Leash 4, Luiqian 4, Gonzaqan 3,
4: Second Place for Scholastic Excel-
Karl D. Milton "Milt", "Sure Ill
take you", Manual Arts Hi 4, General
Glee Club Accompanist 4,
Robert B. Molitor--"Bob", "I went by
him so fast that", St. Aloysius, General,
Student Body Consultor 4, Class Officer
ZB, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Leash 4, "G"
Club 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Track 3, 4,
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licxnrls I Mull fn Moewp Hwy
'lose the wxnflowug Sl losephg Smvn
nlxr: Honux Roll 1, Sculcxlny l, Z, J, 4.
'G' Clulw X, fl- Rusk:-Il all K, 4: Gall F, 4,
Enwunl lj, Nan hy "BL1u"- 'ljwsly
what 'nukes mv ilnnk Sl. Aloyslusy
Gornlrlxlg Clixss Olf1cceI'lB, ZB, HB, 4l5
Sounlnx' l, 7 3, 43 "Ll" Club 4g l'lJvlwv
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Class Oil.-:ex lfx, -HX: Hnnor Hall l, Q,
Dwlvannq lg Swslrllltjw l 12, 3, 4: Leuslx
F, 4,Ofl14'm 4 C 'ln1': 'l -1, Luxqmn
1: F'cvot'::r1ll F 4- l'lcwk'-v 4- 'lmflnnis fl.
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'Wlxx was l lwmn-"', l'n1nvis Wlllfxrd fl:
Wxllmln Fl. Olson "Ols'- ', 'N -w lnstvn
you quys ': St. Anqusnnog xlf-nelcxl:
S'11xlem Emmy lffnnsultor -lg floss Ofhm:
lA: Sodclny I, ll, A, 4 llxe-fowl 4: Leoslx
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Paul N. Q'Nf-xl "VVn1cl1Pll": "Gould
than way ysn knnwwg Si. Ann: Genprul:
Class Ofllcvx EB: Sodcllity l, 2, fl: Glen
Clnl' l, 2, Olflcs-I l, Bqswl-Cxll 4.
l-'nxnk M. Pdl.'1Gl'lCl: 'Puppyf 'livr-
nncl lsnrn , Nwrlhpwr' ln 4, Gr-mL:n1l
Wwlvs' 1 'lf Plutls-Iscvn Scxlulmurlmn
'VVelfl-": 'What 11 yuu tlnnk ol llxv gm
perl' Swim Wesley H1 2: Honor Cllxs
slccnl: Hcnor R-.all 2, 3, 4: Debate- 2, 4
Sodcxlxty 2, ll, 4- Le-ash 3, 4: PG-nw:-v
Mun 4 Preslzlvnx 4: Luxqlon 4, Assn
vmlr- Edna 4: Gwnfnqcxn 1, 4, Elilo: 4
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'Ncyne F Porter Pdf Sluil 1t": Sl.
lose-plx: Commozcxul: llorkey 4: Foul
:-all 4 Class Ollicer ll? 73: Suzi-Jlily l,
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Clcrutle F. Rassilyer "Razz"g "Well
l'll Le-"7 Sacred Heart, General, Class
Gittcrei ZB, 3B.
Robe-rt W. Rielly- "Bob", "Le-V5 gQ"3
Webster: General: Debating lg Sodality
l, 2, 3, 41 Gonzaqan 3.
Leonard Hiuuto "Olie"p "Aw out it
out": LibbY: General.
Clark A. Robinett "Corky", "Hi
Buck", St. Xavierg General, Class Offi
Frank l. Fiotunno "Gehriq"y "Do I
have to tloor you?"g Cooper, General:
Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 45 Sodality l, 2, 3, 45
"G" Club 2, 3, 45 Football 47 Baseball
2, 3, 4.
Charles F. Scamahorn "Chuck"g
"Fooey"p Our Lady of Lourclesq General.
Michael K. Stoltz "Mickey", "Provo
l it": Assumption Abbey, North Dakota
47 Classical: Honor Roll 4.
Francis Sullivan' -"Sully", "Aw nuts,
you appleu: Great Falls Hi 4: General.
Michael l. Sullivan "Sully": "Hello
you knuckleheadny St. Augustine, Gen
eralg Class Officer lA, ZA: Soflality l.
2, 3: Leash 45 "G" Club 3, 4, Tennis
All HP Ill f1lA N l9fl9
Iames lf Swu-nvy "Diuin": "Well
it was this way yrlu see 'p Sl. Aloysxusi
General: Student Brady President 4:
Class Officer lA, BA: Honor Roll l: De
natinq 2: Dranialics S, 4: Smlality l 2
fl, 4: Leash 3, 4, Officer 4: HG' Clulv ll
4: Glee Club 4: Luiqian F 4, Bus, Mqr
4: Gonzriaan fig l'fifltl-all Y -3, 4, Rifle 3
Robert S 'lllicinuason "Half: 'Give
ine my pencil, ymi term,-Sr", Lewis anti
Clark lf: General
lohn P, Tracy "Dirk : 'I translated
it O. K.": St. Ann: Honcr Classical:
Honor Hull l, 3, 4: Elociitiwli l: Deliat
inq 7, 4: Sodality l ll, F, 4: Gonzaqan
4: Lulqiatx 4: Tennis -2
Darrell B l'rrawt-iitiae 'D B, : NA
.'ouqan?": LO Grande Hi 4: General
irwlality 4: Glee Clulv 4,
Thomas lj. Wernette "Alrie": "Fore":
St.Theresa, Boise, lrlcrliu: Classical: Stu
dent Body Officer 4: Class Officer ZA
3A: Honor Rall l, fl: Detlatinq l, 2:
Soclality l, 2, 3, 4, Otticer 4: Leash ll,
4, Officer 4: "G" Clulv : 4, Luiqian 3, 4:
Gonzaqan 4: Forvtlvnll .1 4 l'rlick 3,
Golt fi, 4
ICIITIQS W. Vlfeslnii ' lim 'I 'lWlial tim'-
is it, lcidclO?": St. Xavier: General: H011
or Roll l, 4: Scrdality I 2, 3, 4: Or
George A. Yarno "F'uncliy": "Up in
Priest River we . . Sl. Ann: General:
Glass Officer 3B, 43: 'GN Club 3, 43
Hockey 4: Football 3, 4: Boxing 2, ll:
Basel all 3.
Officers of the Associated Students
Gonzaga High School
X-'NM l3','CIII'NIfY TOM '.X'?fRNIf'I"I'IQ
FRANK M--GUILSRT FAI HIGGINS 'J.'A1.!' GRAHAM
'Tu :xsurm ll. -1.-tfxxy SQ-xqvaut at Arms
ANYON MVIWVUD Hxlfl-Q BRADLEY BOB MOI.I'I'OR BOB IONI
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Third High A
Sixth Row: Don Kelley, Ion Ober, loe O'Connell, Bolt Wert, Bob Cassidy, Mr. lames Conwell, S.l.
Fifth Row: Frank lohnson, Bill Biner, Ollie Cosner, Frank Costello, lim Haas, Ronald Springer,
Fourth Row: Russ Esposito, Bob Sebastian, Bob Randall, lim Mahar, Bill Dolle, lack Dean, Pat Hiqqins
Third Row: Don Barrett, Bob Gaffney, Lewis Doyle, lim Sisk, lack V, Murphy, Frank McGuiaan,
Second Row: Gene O'Connor, Ioe Scioly, Georqe Witter, Georqe Staeheli, lack Rotchford, Bob Blair,
First Row: Frank O'Neil, Georqe Struble, Warren Hook, Tyler Folsom, lack Besse, Wilfred Dumas,
Seventh Row: Anton Medved, Louis Conyard, lim Herliliy
MR. IAMES U. CONWELL, SJ.. . . . . .Moderator
FRANK MCGUIGAN ........ .......... P resident
IACK ROTCHFORD . .. ........ Vice-President
LEWIS DOYLE ....... . . .Secretary-Treasurer
ANTON MEDVED .. .... Serqeanteat-Arms
3A class members made headlines in all manor activity news.
Pat Hiqqins tied for first place in the Senior Elocution contest while lim
Mahar and lack V. Murphy also took part. Hiqqins carried second place in
the Apologetics contest and lack Rotchford and Iim Mahar distinguished them-
selves in the same contest. Many of 3A members were on both the Luiqian
and Gonzaqan staffs, Hiqqins being associate editor of the annual and Costello
associate editor of the school paper. The Leash, Penmen, Debate, Glee club,
Mantell-club and the Sodality received the ardent support of 3A classmen.
ln the sports field 3A also shone. Biner, Iohnson, Esposito, Medved, Mc-
Guiqan and l-liqains received football letters, while Herlihy and Bockmier were
two of the mainstays of the basketball team. Hiaqins, McGuiqan and Medved
were requlars on the baseball nine. Track saw the services of Staeheli, Sisk
and Dumas. The rifle and qolf teams were fortified by 3A classmen.
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1938 'I' Lt E L U I X5 I it N 25
Second High A
Filth Row: Frank Masterson, Mike Boqle, Leon Karfer, Gene O'Neil, Leslie Kapfer, Bob Gersten-
berqer, Mr. Francis Harrington,
Fourth Row: Ioe McDonough, Georqe Mortimer, Harold Triezvh, Bill Heywood, Harry Dumas, Ierome
Marcotte, Iohn Hoerner
Third Row: Kelly Dashiell, Georae Campliell, lim Flfp, lack Sflioul, Charles Vt'arren, Frank Corkery,
Second Row: lack Fitterer, lim Reichmann, Bill Grant, Frank Harvey, Dave Yoder, Augustine Cozza,
First Bow: Bill Gray, Lambert Gray, Larry Patterson, lack Bradley, Dick Barrett, Boh Tavctrrtra
MR. FRANCIS P. HARRINGTON, SJ.. .. .,.. Moderator
IACK FITTBRER .................... ....... P resident
DAVID YODER .. ...... VicefPresident
DICK LOVE ............ . . .Secretary-Treasurer
JOSEPH MCDONCUGI-I .. .... Sergeant-at-Arrns
At the close of its first year at Gonzaga, ZA had made it clear that it has,
as looked upon in the beqinninq, the rnost successful freshman class ever to
enter Gonzaga. Under the quidance of President lack Fitterer, it began and
continuevl its record year here in the manner which made for such qreat suc-
cess the first year.
Scholastically it stood hiqh. The number of students from ZA who entered
forensic contests, and their success in them, did not fall short of that of a suc-
cessful class. Auqustine Cozza, alonq with lack Bradley, David Yoder and
Iaclc Fitterer, upheld its honor in this department,
The class was well represented in all other activities. Many of its students
were on the staffs of The Gonzaqan and The Luiaian.
1 1 15138
Second High B
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'.9'B THF LIIIGIAN 7
Second High C
Fourth Row: Mike Buckley, Bill Porter, Dick Sartain, lack Gallant, Don McFeeters,
Mr. Clare Hayes, SI
Third Row: Inn Balte, lun Martin, lack Sleavin, Gordon Baxter, lim Bell
Sr-corttl Row: Walt Miotke, Charles Morrison, Bill Iuliario, Bob Bunch, Iohn Mertens, Al Liclit
First R:-W: Bert Ressa, Vilally Flynn, Vtlill Kertson, Iiin Scarpolli, Clair Parkin
MR. CLARE A. HAYES, SI.. . . .... Moderator
GORDON BAXTER ......... ....... P resident
IAMBS BELL ........ .... V ice-President
RICHARD SARTAIN .. ........ Secretary
BILL IULIANQ ...... .......... T reasurer
IIM MARTIN . . . .,.. Sergeant-at-Arms
QC was one ol the smallest classes at Gonzaga, but ZC, on the lace of things,
contradicted that fact by the spirit it manifested. Its spirit was as keenly felt
in all of the school's activities as the spirit of any of the Iarqer classes. Presi-
dent Gordon Baxter and the members of the class deserve compliments tor the
efforts they put forth to make the year a successful one,
The scholastic record of some of the members of ZC was comparable to
that of the best students at Gonzaga ZC was a stronq contender for the Loy-
alty cup honor.
Gordon Baxter was yell kina. lim Martin and Bill Porter won letters in Ioot-
ball. Next tall they are expected to be hiqhliohts in the Bullpup line.
First High A
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i935 THELUIYJIAN 29
First High B
Fourth Row: Frederick Gephazt, Bill Reed, Mike Asan, Richard Weetman, Pat Carney, Dan Beaulieu,
Mr, Robert Luger, Sl,
Third Flow: Merritt Foirlreort, Paul Sherlverq, Travers Brophy, Ralph Br-rrulieii, Norrr,c,rri Rieqer,
lack Hicks, Ralph Lamlnert
Second Row: Bot' Bedford, Clem Kertsori, Meryl Fouliert, Bob Curran, Bill Sirilkrvr, Bud GIPSG,
First Row: Rob Sorby, lohn Giampietrl, lohn Kingsbury, Dick Harrison, Art Paul, Harold Brooks
MR. ROBERT M, LUGER, SJ.. .. .... Moderator
PAT CARNEY ............ ...,,. P resident
ART PAUL ........ . . .Vice-President
PAUL SHERBERG . . ...... Secretary
HERBERT DERR ....... ,,....... T reasurer
FREDERTCK GEPHART . . . . . .Sergeant-at-Arms
From the ranks ot this class the only freshman on the high school tootball
team was chosen, Silvio Mauro, The high school baseball team is also bol-
stered up tremendously by lB's support. The freshman sports were aided by
lB's assistance. The freshmen have high hopes for their baseball team, and
one good reason is the splendid aid given by lB.
lB gave generous support in all the school's activities, which includes the
speaking contests and every other extra-curricular activity. lB showed their
sodality spirit in a fine way at the convention held here,
This class manifested great generosity and much activity marked the year
tor them. They are doing well in the Loyalty cup race.
First High C
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Tor Row: Father Curtis I. Sharp SIN luck Leary, Mr. James U. Couvvell, SI
Second Row: Webb Patterson, Drum Sweeney, luck Carrtlwrr, Rlch Iwhrrsrm
Hurd Rwvv: Hcrroll Mf'MCrhor1, Vic Felice, Tmrr VVQrrxQ1tfe, Boi' -fexrty
Bowvrrm Rww: Dive Yrvder, Pm Hiqqms, Alb-jL1SllI163 fyflllfi
A N I
Top Row: Frank McGu1qan, Bill Bradley, Bob Bradley, lim Mahar, Greg Donahoe, Hank Murphy
Bottom Raw: Bill Olson, Frank Costello, Frank Greene, lack Fitterer, Iahn Tracy, Bob Clark
FR. CURTIS I. SHARP, SJ.
MR. IAMES U. CONWELL, SI,
Asst. Circulation lvlana
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Top Row: Warren Hook,
Bottom Row: Put I-Iiqqins, IoeMcDor1ouqh, Anton Medved, Lewis Doy1e, W111 Dumas, George Stc1ehe1i
WEBB PATTERSON '38, ..
FRANCIS COSTELLO '39..
LEANDER VERZATT '39 .,..
IACK FREED '39 .,......
IACK LEARY '38 . ..
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IOHN BOGLE '40 .......
PAT CORNELL 38 .......
KENNETH BOULAC '38 ,...
BOB CLARK '38
VIC FELICE '38
WILFRED DUMAS '39
LEWIS DOYLE '39
WILLIAM DOLLE '39
WARREN HOOK '39
IACK FITTFRER '40
ANTON MEDVED '39
HURERT ORIARD '39
BILL BR ADLEY '38 ,...,.,...,...
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IAMES MAI-IAR '39
GEORGE STAEHELI '39
HAROLD MCMAHON '38
IOHN CANTLON '38
IOI-IN GOODWIN '40
IACK ROTCHFORD '39
IOE MCDONOUGH '40
RICH IOHNSON '38
BOB OAF1-'NEY '39
MR IAMES U. CONVVELL, SI. .... Fzxfzulty Adviser
Senior Debating Society
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GQi1it:1ciaf1ls: Seitiwi lxtelzatiitq Society established the mast eiivialwle retard m
the ltistwry mt the t+t':lifmtl, This arqaiiizatiori, the 'ties' avtive div-up at Gtwiixm-1:1
'iddea tiieatly tt- the westttge and tame at the trtstitutittit ivy wmnm-1 thai Nwitlt
we-sf Vatliolif' "l!CTIItQ'li rtslitp arid the Northeast aistiivt CliTlltlt1Ol1SlllIt.
Av Waslimtztwzt State vtflleqe the iieqative team at Iawla Cfmtlait, Lett Galtrtey
fmd lack leafy deteated Pttllmart high. lri the seiitzimalsl Bah Caity Ht-'lt
lzthitsctit arid l:5:'lXt"l1irli at the atlirmattve last te St. lahtt.
ltt fmother ftttxrttatmeitt, at Maryclill, the Same iietxative team defeated F.,
attle prep, lvlatyclttt arid St. laseph academy at Spiaaue ta mamtam IIS llItClW
teateql reward. The attiimative last two debates and watt mite iii the same mm
zest. The tallcrwmq Mfmday mctmittq Seattle prefs rieaative were defeated tty
the vmicietttl atttrmattve team rwefaie Gfmzaqafs Student hady,
lri the Gold Medal debate the affirmative renamed last itrestifie hy stil dttmtt
the iieqative. Bt'-lr Clark was mdqed the best de-:water and lack Leary wwtt
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inf? 'l"lELUIGlAN I
Iunior Debating Society
Fourth Row: loe McDonough, Dick O'Dea, Prank Masterson, lack Schaul, Bill Heywood, Gene
O'Neii, Mr. Iohn Dalgity, S.I.
Tlnrd Row: Larry Patterson, hm Mounsey, Bill Ogle, Ed Whitford, Iohn Goodwin, George Campbell,
Sf-cond Row: hm Reichmann, Guy Shelledy, Bob Gonyea, lack Bradley, Harold Brooks, Lambert
Gray, lack Fitterer
First Row: Bolt Bradley, hm Flynn, Bob Brooks, Dick Harrison, Tom Larry, Bill Gray
MR. IOHN A. DALGITY, SI.. .. .... Moderator
DAVID YCDER ....... . .. .. . ...... President
GENE O'NEll. ........ ....... V ice-President
FRANK MASTERSON . . . .... Secretary-Treasurer
ED WHITFORD ...... . . .Sergeant-at-Arms
Alter two years of inactivity, the lunior Debating society was reorganized
mainly through the efforts of Mr. Iohn A. Dalgity, SJ., moderator. Although the
meetings were not held as frequently as scheduled, due to other school activi-
ties, the members received valuable training during their debates. Unfortun-
ately, several debates scheduled with other schools had to be called off be-
cause of conflicting dates. However, the enthusiastic members held many in-
teresting meetings, debating among themselves. A great rivalry was stirred up
between the sophomore and freshman classes, whose members opposed each
other in some very exciting debates on various timely topics.
From all indications, the society will be continued next year by the fresh-
men members of this year's group. The Senior Debating society will receive
several promising debaters from the sophomore class to bolster up its hopes
of producing a championship squad again next year.
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Seforld Row: lack Leary, Bill Bradley, DQVG Yoder
First ROW: Frank Grerlrle, Gomfxfl Stuvllelx, Ifxma Bmitlvy
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938 THELUIGIAN 41
' "Wuhan These Walls"
Top Row: Rich Johnson, Bali Carty, Frank Costello, Ken Baulac, lack Leary
Bottom Row: Frank Costello, Bob Carly, lack Lefary, Drum Sweriney, Bold Clark
Fifth Row: Ken Boulac, lack Lsfary, Drum Sweeney
Fourth Row: Francis Castello, Bob Carty, Bill Bradley, lack Cantlon
Third Ftow: lae McDonough, Bob Clark, lim Mahar, lor- O'Conneil, Pat Higgins.
Second Row: Ed Vtfhitford, Dick lohnson, Frank IAcGutqan, Bill Della
First Flow: lack Bradley, Earl Cobra, KQvin Durqari
12 THE LJIGIAN WW
Tlir i T? w lm: Clark lark Legrry Bill Rrtrttley Fi lf A. McNairiara, Sl
rviiil R. W. Rill Olson Vic Feliirr, Torn Vt"-bint ttv-, 'illft-E 1 Patterzsuii
first Raw' lint ltfaliar, Bill Drtlie Flirrnk Clvstrfllrw
FATHER E. A. MCNAMARA, Sl... .i. ...Moderator
BllL OLSON ........,....,.... ....... P relect
VIC FEITCE ...... . . . ......, ......... V ice-Prelect
HARRY BROWN ..............,.., Secretary Treasurer
WEBB PATTERSON, BOB CLARK
BILI. BRADL EY, TOM WERNETTE ..........., Cnnsultors
Under the leadership ot Bill Olson, the Sodality accomplished a areat inany
thinrrs: during the year. Reqular rneetinqs were held durinq the chapel period
every Thursday, Olson was ably assisted by lack Leary, chairnian ol the
literature cornrnittee, Bill Dolle, chairman of Our Lady's cornrnittee, lint Mahar,
chairman oi the Eucharistic committee, and Frank Costello, chairman ot the
An event which aroused very qreat enthusiasm in the Northwest and which
Gonzaga actively participated in was the Seventh Students' Spiritual Leader
ship convention. Gonzaqa was well represented and inany boys worked
earnestly on conirnittees preparing for the convention.
Another rnaior protect of the Sodality was the prarnoticwri ot the Cataldii
Memorial unit in honor ct Mr. Thaddeus l. Parrrlilc, Sl a lorrner teacher at
A inoinentvus occasion was the celebration ot the iorty-eighth anniversary
at the toundinrr at the Sodality at Gonzaga, held on March 21.
Vast nurnbers ot stamps were sent to the Mission Stamp bureau at Mount
St. Michaels Catholic literature was well subscribed to. All Sodality Union
undertakings were turthered with the aid of Gonzaqas Sodality.
i958 'lltEl.UlGlAN f'
Third Bow: Frank Costello, Iack Leary, Leander '!ar7att, Mr, Thomas Woods
Second Bow: Webb Patterson, Ioe O'Ccnnell, lim Mahar
First Bow: Rich lohnson, Bob Bradley, lack Fiend, Biil Doilp
MB. THOMAS WOODS .... ....... A dviser
WEBB PATTERSON ...... ....... P resident
IACK LEABY ,.... .... W fice-President
IACK FREED . . . ..... Secretary
HM MAHAR .... Treasurer
A new organization in Gonzaga is The Penmen, a club originated by Webb
Patterson for those interested in creative literature. Mr. Thomas Woods, uni-
versity publicity manager, generously gave his time and aid as adviser for
the club and it was chiefly through his guidance that the club was able to
The purpose of The Penmen is to provide a better opportunity for the stu-
dents to study and practice creative writing and also to stimulate a greater in-
terest in Catholic literature. For this purpose the club issued a mimeographed
magazine entitled "The Penmanf' which was devoted to news comments, short
stories, essays, book reviews and so forth. Contributions for this publication
were received from the student body. The staff of this magazine was corn-
posed of the following: Frank Costello, editor-in-chief: Ioe O'Connell, comment
editor, William Dolle, feature editor, Bob Bradley, correspondence editorg lack
Freed, fiction editor: Leander Verzatt, art editor and lim Mahar, business man-
2-1 I H 11 1. Q 1 A N 141.18
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BGB CODE ..... .... S eCretc1ryA'1'recsurer
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St. Iohn Berchmans Society
Sxth Row: lim File, Dick O'Dea, loe McDonough, Ed Wert, lack Cantlon, Ken B mins-, lat-k Leary
Fit-h Row: Frank Costello, Frank lviasterson, Pat Cornell, lack Frrhaul, Bob Carly, ifrk V, Murpln-
Fourth Row: lim Fieichmann, Bill Dolle, Frank McGuiqari, lohn Green, Frank Crwrkory, lim llaas,
'lilnrd Row- Cliff Brava, lee Ofionnell, George Strulile, Ed Wliitfcrri, lim Mahan, Pat Hzfxqtns,
Second Qow: loe Scioly, Tom Gibbons, Larry Patterson, Iaslt firariley, 'Dirk fttclrfn, Frantz Walsh
Ftrs' Howg Pflt Fiatl-sv, Frank Grecno, Bon Brooks, f,1rtil,f,r' Gray, Bois Tfivernri lvhri liiqlr-
The St. lohn Berchmans society is made up of students who are members
of the Sodality, the society itself constitutinq,one of the most active branches
of the Sodality. The membership of the society is limited to boys who have
had previous experience at the altar. This excellent qroup of boys was always
ready to serve whenever called upon by its worthy moderator, Father Mc'
Namara. The chiet duty of the boys was to assist at daily Mass in the stu-
dents' chapel and also at the regular Benediction services held every First Fri-
day. The special event at which the boys assist each year is the Baccalaureate
Mass, held in honor of the qraduates.
The twofold interests of the club are to irnbue the members with a spiritual
zeal for serving at Mass and to keep the prayers and actions of the Mass in
the minds of all in the society. A new plan was worked out in which the mem-
bers of the society answered the Mass prayers in a body, a plan which proved
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1938 'I' H E L U I G I A N 47'
Drum and Bugle Corps
Lett to right: Clitl Bruya, Bill Scully, Iustin May, Iack I-licks, Mr. F. A. Cantlon, lack Helean,
lack Sleavin, Floyd Martin, Mel I-luss, Bob Crowley, Bill Shannon, Kelly Dashiell, Larnlfort Gray,
Frank Corlcery, Don McFeeters, Tom Gibbons, Mr. Iohn Mustert, George Mortirner, Bob Vifickwire,
Tom Lacy, Ed Ralph, Richard Barrett, Larry Patterson, Bill Rielly, Ioe Toffolo, Tyler Folsom, lack
Gallant, Bob Brooks
MR. GERARD MORIN, Sl. ..... . . . . . .Moderator
IACK GALLANT ........ ............. D rum Major
CLIFF BRUYA .... .... S ergeant-in-Command
IAMBERT GRAY . . . .... Sergeant Drummer
IUSTIN MAY .... .. . . . .... Sergeant Bugler
A new form ot extracurricular activity was opened to the participation ol
the Gonzaga high school students this year, a Drum, Bugle, and File corps.
Credit for the founding of this new organization is due to Mr. Frank Cantlon,
who secured the necessary instruments. I-le was ably assisted by Mr. Iohn
Little doubt was left in the minds oi the organizers as to the way the students
would respond to this new activity. They received so many applications that
a tryout was necessary. lack Cantlon was chosen Drum Major at the begine
ning ol the year, and his previous experience made hirn very valuable in the
training of the other boys.
Under the guidance and tutorship oi Mr. Cantlon and Mr. Mustert, the corps
developed rapidly. It marched in the Armistice day parade, and played at
convocations. The corps is a military type organization. Promotion in rank
is received by those who have the best attendance and conduct during the
Corporals are Bob Brooks, Ed Ralph, Larry Patterson, Iohn Kelly, George
Mortimer and Tyler Folsom.
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50 ll-lELUlGlAN l9.i8
Fifth Bow: George Thodos, Bill Olson, Ftcrlph Mauro, Frank Iohnson, Bot: Gerstenberger, Bill Dinn
dorl, Drum Sweeney, Bob Molitor, lim Kronenberg, Frank McBreen, Pat Higgins
Fourth Bow: lack Dean, Ed Bock, Hank Murphy, Iohn Curran, George Witter, Frank Rotunno, Bolt
Carty, Buss Esposito, Frank Logan, Bay Davis, Frank McGuigan, Bob Codd
Third Bow: lim Wilson, Con Murphy, Iirr Porter, Bill Bradley, Anton Medved, George Yarno, Larry
Brown, Pete Andre, Bill Mahar, Ralph Bockmier, lim File, lack Lambert, Coach Puggy Hunton
Second Row: Frank Walsh, Wayne Porter, Ierry Goeden, lim Martin, Ed Flynn, Vic Felice, Tom Wer
nette, l1Valt Graham, Greg Fonahoe, lim Deviny, Cliff Bruya, Gilio Chesurtn, Bill Biner, Harvey Wick
First Bow: Bill Gray, Dick Love
Taking up where the l936 team left off, this year's Bullpup football squad
continued along the glory road, winning the city championship for the second
consecutive year. A powerful, experienced group of players, they won eight
games and dropped but one, to Rogers. ln addition to their city honors, they
garnered the Montana state championship by defeating Butte high.
Led by Captain Walt Graham, all-city captain, the backfield presented a
terrific problem for enemy lines. Bob Cocld, shitty speedster, and Pat Higgins
handled the right half iob. At fullback Francis Mt-Breen, captain-elect, smashed
and plunged his way to glory and an all-city position.
The line, big and tough, was led by Bob lones, whose famous endvaround
play gained him a place in the list of Gonzaga's grid immortals. Opposite
lones was Drum Sweeney, a big rugged boy. At tackles, Dinndorf and Olson
were towers of strength, Murphy, all-city choice, and Vtfernette, called by one
official the best guard he'd ever seen, stopped opposing drives with ease. At
center, George Yarno and Tony Medved showed almost uncanny ability at
diagnosing plays and stopping passing attacks. And last but not least by any
means was the boy who planned the attack, quarterback Vic Felice.
i Tl-IELUIGIAN 1938
Tr., Row lsili Brmllo-u, hit-A 1,-wry, Bal Carly, Boln Bradley, Bob Clark
Brvttcn Bmw ltw Sci:-lj: I' iii-1 Pr" lliaairis Giisf-17241, lack Bradley
With brilliant and symmetrical displays ot elucutionary powers, Bill Brad'
ley and Pat Higgins tied lor tirst place in 'he Senior Elocution contest, Ianuary
21, giving their selections, "A Convicts Soliloauyw and "King I-larold's Speech
to His Army." loe Scioly won second place with "Madame X."
Following the example of his hrother, Bob Bradley received first place in the
lunior Elocution contest, February QB, with his version ot "Wild Zingarella' and
Augustine Cozza won second place with "The Alien."
ln the annual Apologetics contest, April ll, Bob Carty won first place with
his explanation of "Confession," and received the honor of representing Gon-
zaga in the Inland Empire Apologetics contest. Pat Higgins captured second
place, giving "The lndefectibility ot the Church." In the Gold Medal debate,
Bob Clarlc was iudged the best individual debater and lack Leary placed
ln the annual oratorical contest Dave Yoder speaking on "Crime," won
tirst place. lack Bradley placed second with his oration, "Let's Keep Out of
54 THE LUYGIAN 1938
'ltlkfli ltftlili 'PlIi'!GY' KHINTON
"What is the underlyina cause," many aslc, "ot Gonzaga hiqh schools un-
equalled success in athletic achievements?" Little explanation is necessary,
however, because tor many years a short stocky tiqure has stood symbolic ot
Bullpup physical prowess and superiority. Iohn W. HPUQQYH Hunton has tor
ten years presided over the destinies of the Blue and White. lt can be said
without the least hesitation that seldom has any athletic mentor experienced
such astounding and consistent success as he. Few are the coaches who as-
sume the duties of practically all sports and yet display the same brilliant
Here in Spokane a strange and unique athletic situation exists. Gonzaga
hiqh, with four hundred boys, is set on an equal basis with the public hiqli
schools ot the city, The Blue and White cornnete in every activity against in-
stitutions five and six times Ganzaaas size. Yet the Bullpups are feared and
respected as no other toe in the city. They have established a powerful and
qlorious dynasty. That realm ot honor and glory has been preserved and
maintained larqely because at Puqqv hiniselt.
We, the students of Gonzaga hiqh school, pay our highest tribute to Puqqy
Hunton, the one to whom we owe a debt of aratitude, May his success con-
tinue and may Gonzaqas name expand and arcw in athletics under his able
1938 THE LUIGIAN
SEPTEMBER 19-GONZAGA 19. KELLOGG 0
Playing straight football, the Bullpups opened
the season with a win over Kellogg on the latter's
field. Higgins scored the first touchdown on a pass
from Graham. In the second quarter Thodos
crashed over from the two yard line. Iones ended
the fireworks for the day, scoring on another of
SEPTEMBER 24--GONZAGA 14. SEATTLE PREP 0
lnvading the west side of the state for the first
time in seven years, the Bullpups defeated Seattle
prep 14-O. Receiving the kick-off, the Bullpups
paraded down the field and in twelve plays scored
the first touchdown. Graham crossed to pay dirt.
Throughout the second and third quarters the Bull-
pups ran wild between the twenty yard lines but
were unable to SCOIG. Late in the fourth quarter
the Gonzaga attack again started rolling. McGui-
gan climaxed the drive by scoring on a quarter-
back sneak.. Graham converted both times.
OCTOBER l-GONZAGA 13. NORTH CENTRAL 0
Opening the city series against the Indians on
their field, the Bullpups drove to a smashing vicf
tory. Near the end of the first half lones scored
his second touchdown of the season on the famous
endaround play. Again, in the third quarter, Gra-
ham passed to Felice who carried the ball over
the line. Graham converted, ending the scoring
for the day. This game was marked by the near'
perfect blocking of the Gonzaga team, which block-
ing proved the deciding factor in the battle.
OCTOBER 7-GONZAGA 6, ROGERS 2
Meeting great resistance, the Bullpups found
themselves on the short end of a 2-0 score at the
half. Coming out fighting in the second half the
Bullpups began to click. Midway in the third
quarter McBreen smashed off tackle for fifty-seven
yards and victory. This game was marked by
the team's comeback, and by the ball-packing ot
OCTOBER I5-GONZAGA 24, LEWIS AND
ln one of the most thrilling and spectacular
games ever seen on a Spokane field Gonzaga
defeated the hard fighting Lewis and Clark Tigers.
During the game the lead changed hands six
times. McBreen and Graham each scored two
touchdowns for the Bullpups. Oldsters called this
game the most exciting they'd ever seen.
OCTOBER 29-GONZAGA 0. ROGERS 12
Like all good things, the Bullpups' winning
streak came to an end against the inspired Pi'
rates. Overconfident and listless, the Gonzagans
played dull, uninspired ball. Through three quarf
ters the two teams battled on even terms, but in
the fourth period Rogers shoved across two touch-
downs, shattering the two year undefeated record
of the Bullpup team.
NOVEMBER 5-GONZAGA 26. LEWIS AND
Iarred out of their lethargy by the defeat of the
week before, the Bullpups really turned on the
power for the first time. Smashing down the field
in the first minutes of play, Gonzaga scored on cr
pass from Graham to Walsh. Again in the first
period Gonzaga scored, this time on a fourteen
yard thrust by Thodos. In the second quarter Mc-
Breen plunged over from the three yard line to
give the Bullpups a 20-0 half time lead. Content
l938 THELUIGIAN S!
to protect their lead the Blue and White played
mostly defensive ball during the second half. 1
They put on the power only once, in the fourth
quarter, when Higgins slanted off tackle for
eighteen yards and the final tally.
NOVEMBER 13-GONZAGA 18, BUTTE 14
Looking for new fields to conquer, the Bullpups
journeyed to Butte for a clash with the Montana
state champions. The endearound play with
Iones carrying the ball, scored in the first three
minutes of play. From then on the game was one
thrill after another. The vaunted Purple attack
swept down the field to score, and go into the
lead 7-6. ln the third quarter Higgins smashed
through the line on a fake reverse and ran twenty-
nine yards to score. Again Butte came back and
went into a l4-12 lead. With but thirty seconds to
go, Thodos culminated a seventy-nine yard march
by going over from the five yard line. His score
gave Gonzaga the victory and the Montana state
NOVEMBER 19-GONZAGA 12. NORTH
In the final game played in a raging snow-
storm, the Bullpups defeated North Central. Early
in the first quarter the game developed into a duel
between Graham, of Gonzaga, and Contos of
North Central. Graham scored first to give Gone
zaqa a 6 to 0 lead. A blocked punt tied the score
for North Central in the third quarter. With but
three minutes to go in the fourth period Higgins
found a hole and loped fifty-five yards for the
winning score. This game ended another great
year for the Bullpups.
58 i'Hhl.UiGlAN 1939
Ssworiul Row Bill Thurston, Ralph hackinier, Al Little, Leon Kanter. lieslie Kaiiter, Frank Morton.
First Row: lack Dean. Coach ltlir: llunton, Bruce McFarland, lchn Goozlwin, Viv Felice lim Sisk
lfti Wliitlcul, lim Mounsey
A game but inexperienced Bullpup team ran up against hard luck all sea-
son. Showing good basketball at times, the team did not have the experience
and effectiveness of the other city squads. However, the season gave several
new men some needed experience. With these men from this year's squad
back, prospects are exceptionally bright for next year. To take the place of
All-City Frank Morton will be such boys as Bob Gerstenberger, Leslie and Leon
Kapfer, Bruce McFarland, lini Herlihy and Iohnny Goodwin. All these boys
saw considerable action this season and should develop into a fine team next
This year's team was not as good as some others have been in the number
of victories turned in, but it was a fighting team with the real Gonzaga spirit.
For that alone they deserve the praise and appreciation of the whole school.
1938 'VHELUIGIAN 0
Vourth Row: George Yarno, lack McGrath, Coach, Mr. Robert Luger, Sl., Cheddy Thompson, Foficli
Third Row: Tom Loosmore, Greg Donahoe, Bob Molitor, lim File, Bill Bradley
Second Row: Ed Murphy, Hank Murphy, lack Bradley, Pat Cornell, Torn Wernette
First Row: Larry Patterson, Frank Vlfalsh, Harvey Wick, Fay Kestell
Although they finished in third place their first year, the Gonzaga pucksters
furnished a fast slam-bang game throughout the season. With many juniors
and sophomores in the lineup the team is expected to be on top next season.
Several seniors played their first and last season of hocky for the Blue and
White and turned in fine jobs all the way through. Among them were Tom
Wernette, Ed and Hank Murphy, Fay Kestell, George Yarno and several others.
The season opened auspiciously with a 2-l decision over the Rogers Pirates,
The play was fast and rough throughout the game with plenty of action for the
most rabid fan. Frank Vtfalsh slammed the puck into the net with only a few
minutes to go to win the game.
From this game on, the team played fast hockey and good, but ran into
hard luck many times. However, the spirit of the team made the season a
success. With a little more experience the boys should be on top of the leaque.
Great things are expected for next year.
Much credit for the success of the season belongs to the able coaching of
Cheddy Thompson and lack McGrath of the university champion hockey team.
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With only two requlars from last YGUIIS vhampionship team lost by qradua
tion, Gonzaga appeared to he the team to beat for the championship this year.
From catcher to outlielders the Bullpups radiated power and class.
Molitor, Gerstenherqer and Mauro gave the team a well rounded hurling
staff, Molitor, especially, loolced qood. Behind the plate Scarpelli, althouqh
inexperienced, was holding down the position oapably. At first base Medved
was back in qood form. Kestell held down the second sack and Goodwin was
his mate at shortstop. MCGuiqan, chanqed from shortstop to third, performed
like a major-leaquer at the har Corner. lones, ljitterer and others made stronq
bids for infield positions.
ln the outfeld the fiqht for first strinq berths was hottest. Three regulars
were hack from last season McBreen, Rotunno and Hiqqins, but they found
stiff Competition in Graham, Wick, Felice, Walsh, Anderson and Whitford,
With these men it seemed that the Bullpups co'1ld win easily, but this was not
Gonzaga dropped a 5-4 decision to Roqers in the openmq tilt of the season.
Four reaulars were missing from the lineup in this aame. Cvminq back with a
venqeance, the Gonzaaans walloped the North Central lndians E-O behind the
three hit pitchinq of Molitor. Following up their victory over the lndians, the
Bullpups defeated West Valley in a free-hittinq contest.
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Top Row: Frank Rolunno, Fay Kestell, Frank Walsh
Second Row: Anton Medved, Frank McGuiqan, Harvey Wick
Bottom Row: Bob Gersienberqer, Iohn Goodwin, Len Scarpelll
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'llurtl Rowi Clieddy Tliorripsoii, Vtrach lack Jean, Bolt Molitor, Bob Dewey, Leslie Kuplvi, Leon
Kepler, Ed l'l',frm, Chester Alderman, Mr. Gerard Morin, S.I,
Second Row: lim Mollrisey, Pete Andie, Bolt Vetto, Bob Codd, Georqe Vlitter, lack Loilell, Petri
ltuppeiten, Greq Donalioe, liarrv Dumas
l'iist Row. Al lludtq Nvriiiaii Etiwqfi, 'Will Dumas, Georqe S'aeliOl1, Sam Lapgiario, Keri ffiiiperitci,
l'-it Vtviii-'-ll Mfix Shinri, Dari Hoa.ilivu
With the cominq ot spring, Gonzaqas track prospects took a decided turn
lor the better. Several lettermen from last years team made this seasons out
look briqht, lvlolitor in the hall mile and the broad iump was one cf the best
in the city. Staeheli looked as if he would 'garner many tirsts in the mile run,
The pole vault was taken care of by Pete Andre. Pat Cornell and Pete Andre
were the star high jumpers of the team. Bill Dinndorf was qood at the shot put,
as was Bob lones in the hurdles. Pete Hupperten was the ace dash man of the
squad, The relay team was composed of lanes, Andre, Molitor and Alderman.
The first meet with Rogers was dropped by a small margin. Staeheli won the
mile hy ci quarter lap, Roh Molitor turned in two tirsts, the hall mile and the
broad iump. Pat Cornell tied lcr tirst in the high jump, and Pete Andre tool-1
second in the pole vault. Pete Hupperten won the hundred yard dash, Bob
loner taking second.
All in all, the team looked the best in years and much was expected of it
diirinq the rest of the season. The Bullpups were expected to furnish several
city champions at the city meet.
1938 1' li ll 1.t1 1 Ll 1 A N 6'-
Vliinl Row: 1.arry Brown, B111 Bradley Ken Beulac, Georae Ycrno, Ciiailvs iiiizy
Mr. Robert Luqer, 3.1.
C' :fond Row' Hobart Teneff, Ed VVhi'ford, Mike Sullivan, Greg Doriahofa Fay if t
First How: Guy Slivlloiiy, lariz Hiiicilvy, Torn Vforriette, lolin 'lfiiiisy
This year's tennis team brouaht forth an array of potential players, The
entire first squad is made up of seniors, including Charles Gray, Hobart Teneff
Mike Sullivan, lohn Tracy, and Fay Kestell, The team is under the superv -
sian of Mr. Robert Luger, S1
The squad is probably the best that Gonzaga has had for many years. l'i
the number one position, Charles Gray has proven himself worthy of this rank
ina. He is known for his sizzling forehand, fine net work and lor his qeneral
consistency. Number two man, Hobart Tenetf, has many fine qualities in his
tennis qame. His serve has a line chanqe of pace, sometimes a smashinq
serve, other times a slice which is equally difficult to return, Mike Spillivan,
the trick artist of the team, is also a very fine player. He is noted for his
variety of serves and for his iorehand drive. He is steady-headed on the court
and works well in doubles. ln the fourth positicn Iohn Tracy proves hinseli
a formidable opponent to anyone. He has a fine forehand, and a Cannonball
serve. ln qeneral he has proven very consistent. Fay Kestell, who holds down
the number five spot, has been playing an excellent brand of tennis. His serve
proves to be irritating to his opponent. He works very well as a double partner.
The tennis team proved its versatility in its first match when it lost a close
4 to 3 decision to the strona Lewis and Clark club. The match was only do-
cided when Teneff, who was injured, was forced to default, qivinq lewis and
fflarlc the one point decision.
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hrrahtly this year as a ccnrrrplete tearr' at veterans donned their tous and tr al:
to the fairways in antictiriatian at a successful season. The Gonzatra drvot
diaqers started ont this season under the qnidance of Mr. Danald Ryan, hiif
alter a tew weeks of Coavhina he had to resian because ot other rliitres. The
terrni is now rrranaqed by Mr. Robert Luqer, Sl, who offered to take river when
Mr. Ryan resianed,
The squad lost the tirst rnatrgrh to North Central ten to tive hut they showed
rrziivh potential strength. The schedule incliideril n rloiihle round robin with the
city schools. Last year nrost ol the players were aettina experience. The
present season the rnen worked rriore sinoothly and seerried on their way tri
keep good their boast ol takina the fhanipionshir.. The rnernhers at the teani
adopted the sloqan, "Last year third place, this year lirst place." Pat Cornell
and Captain loe Durqan set the pace shootina the Course in the rtiiitdle seven
ties. Durqan, a loiir-year troll ntan had Carrtarnea the learn last year and this
year. The rnerrihers of the team lry the rankin-z ot senrarity are lite Diiraari.
toiir years Toni Werrierre, three years, Pat C7or'iell, llrank Morton, Pat Andre
and Ray Davis two years each, sind lark Ratrilrlfzrd rs rilayirra his first year.
i938 T H if L U i G i A N tif-
Third Row: Dick O'Dea, Bob McGoldrick, Mike Asan, Ed Stimson, Bob Cassidy
Second Bow: George Mortimer, lack Sleavin, Bill Ogle, lohn Green, Jann Kelly, lack Rotchiorri
First Bow: Dick Vomaske, George Staeheli, Dick Harrison, George Struble, Will Dumas
Starting the rifle year with only three men from last year's squad, the pros-
pects of a good team were dull, However, among the lower classmen were
found some excellent shooters who provided material for a winning team. The
club's hopes were impeded by the lack of better equipment, but this did not
stop the members from learning the fundamentals of shooting, Through these
fundamentals the team gave good competition to Bellarmine, Lewis and Clark
and Rogers, who were Gonzaga's opponents in the rifle field of sports this year,
The club is composed of twenty members from whom ten were chosen to
represent the club as a team. From these, the scores of the highest five shoot-
ers compose the team's score. lack Botchford is captain, George Staeheli, co-
captain, and Wilfred Dumas, sub-captain.
Practice sessions were held once a week at the state armory range. Under
the able direction and coaching of Captain Iack Hotchford the individuals of the
club prospered and improved their shooting. Mr. Ed McGoldrick is also to be
acknowledged for his work in teaching positions and for giving advice in more
ways than one.
Nine members of the club won citations for services rendered this year,
Among these were lack Botchford, George Staeheli, Wilfred Dumas, George
Struble, Bill Ogle, George Mortimer, lohn Kelly, Iohn Green and Dick Vomaske.
As a grand finale to a great year the club received word that it has obtained
a sponsor, the Spokane lunior Chamber of Commerce. This will be CI great
benefit to the club for next year, since the sponsor will furnish an expert coach.
Moreover, the members of the club will be incited to better rifling.
bb 'l' it E L U l G l A N 1938
'lhir.l Row Mr. Clare llayi-s, til. lion Mcl'ee'erS, lon Cher, Frank Masterson, loo McDoriuiiqir
Second liovv' Vv'ill Stachofsky, Ed Ripple, Clltf lziruya, line Scioly, Bruce McFarland
First Bow lavk Pittfrrer ileorae Staelieli, lark Bradley, lim Rcicliriiririri Fld l-lalpli
With but twenty aspirants turning out on the opening day of practice, the
Gonzaga high school Midgets proved themselves to be a small but game
squad. Under the guidance of Coach Billy McBreen, former college haliback,
the squad developed into a small team, with the line averaging l55 pounds
and the backfield averaging only l42 pounds. However, the eleven had a lot
of spirit and seemed set for a victorious season. But this was not to be, for the
squad lost their first three starts, and carrie back to capture their last two tilts.
mainly through the efforts of some of the younger members of the high school
West Valleys first and second team defeated the outweighed Midgets in
their first game, l9-U, although the Midgets played a classy lirand of football.
Disheartened by their first loss, the young Bullpups were outclassed by the
North Central B squad and lost, 14-U. After being defeated by Spirit Lake high
school, 43-U, in the latter's city, the reiuvenated Midgets carrie to life and de
feated Coeur d'Alene academy, 7-O, and Lewis and Clark's B squad, 13-O.
Outstanding players for the Midgets in their last two encounters were Cap
tain Bruce McFarland, Bob Gerstenberger, Harvey Wick, lim Fife, Ion Ober,
Sandy Mackie, lim Beichmann, lack Fitterer, lim Kronenberg and Russ Espo'
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Second Bow: lim Curran, Coach, Bob Sharp, Bob Mciloldrick, Gene O'Neil, lack Fitterer
First Row: Nick Ressa, Bill Crant, Max Shinn, lim Reichmarin, lohn Riley
Having very little material with which to form a basketball team, the
Midgets were molded into a team of small stature but with plenty of fight.
Under Coach lim Curran, the squad had a rather unfortunate season, but it
was not from lack of trying. The superior height of the opponents always made
them too tough. Q
ln their first game, with Cantlon's team, the Midgets saw a large first-half
lead diminish to nothingness and finally lost the game, 21-13. The first string
piled up a large lead in the first half, but the substitutes could not stem the
last-half drive of the other squad, However, the Midgets came back in their
second game to outscore St. Xavier's junior C.Y.O. team, l9-15, in a very close
Traveling to Rathdrum high school, in Idaho, the hard fighting Midgets
played an excellent game against their larger and more experienced hosts,
finally losing, 35-24. Then three defeats, by the North Central B squad, 40-l l,
St. Patrick's junior C.Y.O. team, 27-24, and Rogers B squad, 24-19, left the
Midgets with one victory and four defeats. By defeating the frosh two out of
three games, the squad was able to win three games and lose four during the
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Third Ftow: Mr. Rolzert Luqer, SJ., Ralph Beaulieu, Bill Stone, Mike Asan, lim Hawkins,
Mr. Michael Toulouse, S.l.
Second Row: Durland Cross, Herb Derr, Bob Gonyea, Mike O'Brien, lack Lancaster, Len Scarpelli
First Row: Bob Crowley, Sam Lappano, lohn Giampietri, Tom Lacy, Bud Giesa
The Gonzaga high school frosh football team concluded a fairly successful
season after winning one game, losing three and tying one. Under Coach Otto
Penna and his capable assistants, lim Curran and lohn Koch, the first year men
played a hard, clean brand of football.
The Greenies started their season auspiciously by defeating West Valley
frosh and sophomores by a score of 6 to O, in which game Captain lack Lodell,
fleet-footed halfback, played outstanding football. Then the frosh's offense and
defense seemed to stop clicking and they lost their next two games to St.
loseph academy, at Sprague, and the North Central frosh by considerable
margins. Losing their third straight game to the freshmen of Lewis and Clark
by a score of 20 to 6, the squad played a good game, but Mauro and company
could not match the heavier squad. However, the yearlings redeemed these
defeats by tying the Rogers frosh eleven 6 to 6 in their final game.
After losing the services of Captain Nick Ressa because of ineligibility, the
frosh basketball squad, under Mr. Michael Toulouse, SJ., lost four games
and won three. They were subdued by the freshmen squads of both North
Central and Lewis and Clark. They were also defeated in two games with the
Midgets. One win each against the Rogers frosh, the Midgets, and a Boy Scout
team accounted for their three victories,
With a squad potentially as strong as last year's freshmen team, the frosh
of '41 started going places this year in baseball. ln winning their first game
ll-4 against Libby junior high school, Silvio Mauro struck out thirteen batters,
while his mates were batting heavily.
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Second Row: Pat Andre, Leslie Kapier, Leon Kapfer
Third Row: Ioe Durqan, Charlie Gray
Botiom Row: Bob Molitor, Frank Morton, George Staeheii, Hobart Teneff
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74 THELUIGIAN 1938
By RICH IOHNSON
When school started on the twen-
ty-fourth of September, 1934, there
was the usual crowd of freshmen
milling around in the corridors, get-
ting under the feet of the upper class-
men and in general making nuis-
ances of themselves. There was ap-
parently nothing to distinguish them
from any of the many previous fresh-
man classes which had at one time
or another filled the hall with chatter-
As usual, the seniors wondered at
the great number of new faces and
commented on the fact that each new
class seemed to contain smaller boys
than its predecessors. As usual,
many small faces could be seen fur-
tively gazing up at the countenances
of those who had gone before.
But very soon it was learned that
the new class was anything but or-
With an amazing suddenness that
was truly a shock to staid seniors,
there became known the great versa-
tility of the greenies and their equally
amazing perspicacity of purpose.
Hardly had the school year started
than the upper classmen found them-
selves closely pressed for school hon-
ors by those startling members of the
class of 1938.
A few weeks after school had
opened, football began to hold sway
over the mind and heart of every stu-
dent. ln the first game of the season
the frosh team showed its power by
trouncing a strong Cheney junior
high team 14 to O.
In the orchestra there appeared
many other first year men with talent
sufficient to warm the heart of the di-
rector. And the lunior Debating so-
ciety that year numbered several
boys who four years later were to
uphold the school honor with bril-
liant victories that brought two cham-
pionships to Gonzaga and a number
of outside victories.
Nor was the Sodality ignored. ln
its ranks were enrolled as many
freshmen as it was possible to have.
The class of 1938 stood fully behind
the greatest tradition of Gonzaga,
loyalty to the Sodality and all its
Scholastic ability was not lacking
in that class either. True, the fresh-
men started out slowly, only two
members winning tsetimonials at the
first quarter, Bob Clark and Rich
lohnson. But at the third quarter
there were listed on the honor roll
not two, but fourteen first year men.
In the Iunior Elocution contest there
were three frosh, in the Iunior Gold
Medal Debate there were two more,
and in the Apologetics contest was
freshman Bob Carty. During his
career at Gonzaga he entered that
contest three times, fulfilling his am-
bition by winning when he was a
In the school elections at the end of
the year freshman Bill Olson was
made an officer.
Throughout their first year, the
members of the class of 1938 showed
not only drive and ambition, but also
perseverance in carrying out fully
the aims and ideals instilled in them
as students of Gonzaga high school.
The members of this class started
out the next year by successfully
competing against the freshmen in
the annual Frosh night competitions,
winning by a decisive margin over a
class which not only hoped but even
expected to win.
The Iunior Debating society, the
Knights of the Altar, and the Sodality
found the same ready response that
had characterized the class as fresh-
men. These organizations found even
more members from this class by rea-
son of the knowledge of their activi-
ties gained during the preceding
year. Their work did not deter, but
rather encouraged the sophomores to
add their names to their membership
1938 THE LUI
Football season found many sec-
ond year men swelling the ranks of
the midgets and high school squads.
On the basketball team were such
stalwarts as Walt Graham and
Frankie August. In that year, Gra-
ham was named on the all-city bas-
ketball team. August started late,
there being a questiton of his eligi-
bility, but by mid-season he was one
of the highest scorers in the city
league, with an average ot more than
ten points per game.
In the junior Elocution contest were
three sophomores, with Bill Bradley
coming out on top, in a close deci-
sion over his classmate, Bob Dewey.
Interclass basketball that year was
a whirlwind race in both the upper
and lower divisions. Despite the fact
that many of their best players had
turned out for the high school squad,
and thus were ineligible for interclass
competition, to ZA went the cham-
pionship of the lower division.
Thus the sophomore class ended a
quiet though not unsuccessful year at
Gonzaga, having fulfilled all the
hopes and expectations vested in it.
The school year 1936-1937 started
with the determination in the heart of
every student to do all in his power
to make that, the golden jubilee year
of Gonzaga, the most successful in
the history of the school. And these
hopes were well on their way to suc-
cess from the first of the year.
Probably the first intimation of the
new spirit pervading the school was
the founding of a separate high
school paper. Hitherto high school
news had been given merely a part
in the university Bulletin. But early
in the fall there appeared before the
student body the first issue of The
Gonzagan, the new official organ of
the Associated Students of Gonzaga
Numbered among the staff of that
first edition were not less than five
members of the class of 1938. Of
these one, Webb Patterson, later be-
came editor of the paper: another,
lack Leary, later was made sports
editor: and a third, Rich johnson, but
a few months later was named fea-
Perhaps the most noted feature of
that whole year was the truly great
football team which the high school
put on the field. lt is indeed hard to
forget the record which that team
established. Not content with beat-
ing all the other high school squads
of the city for the championship of
Spokane, the boys went further and
outplayed two of the strongest teams
west of the Cascades. Gonzaga high
was ceded the mythical state cham-
Constant, if not regular, players on
the team were the juniors Drum
Sweeney, Bob jones, Bill Dinndorf,
Bill Olson, Tom Wernette, Hank Mur-
phy, George Yarno, Vic Felice, Bob
Codd and Walt Graham, who was
almost unanimously chosen for the
all-city team. At the end of the sea-
son Graham was named captain for
the next year's squad.
Near the middle of the year three
juniors were chosen for finalists in
the Senior Elocution contest, Bill
Bradley, Larry Brown and Bob Carty.
Later the dramatics coach, Father
Christopher McDonnell, S.l., an-
nounced that in the play to be given
would be numbered several juniors,
and that junior Drum Sweeney would
have the lead in the dramatic offer-
ing "Shannons of Broadway." After
the play had been given, even the
hardest of critics pronounced it to be
one of the best ever to be given by
any Gonzaga cast.
ln the Senior Debating society that
year were many juniors, gaining ex-
perience and participating in outside
debates. These third year men made
trips to Wallace and Deer Park to en-
gage in dignified argumentation with
others of opposing views. Bob Clark,
lack Leary and Rich johnson were in
the Gold Medal Debate.
Another outstanding achievement
of that year was the production of the
first annual in several years. Some
of the hardest workers on the staff of
The Luigian were juniors, and it was
due in great part to these men that
the annual was the success that it
As the baseball season ap-
proached, it seemed that Gonzaga
might possibly come close to having
a championship team. And those
hopes were well founded. In the
last game of the season, the Bullpups
came from behind to knock off the
former champions, Lewis and Clark,
and gained the city championship
It is quite possible that that cham-
pionship would not have come our
way had it not been for the third
year stalwarts, Bob lvfolitor, Fay Kes-
tell, Frank Rotunno, Vic Felice, Bob
Iones and George Yarno.
Thus the aim of the year had been
satisfied, namely to make it the most
successful in history. And certainly
to the class of l938 must go much of
the cerdit for this achievement.
At last September, 1937, rolled
around, marking the change from
lowly underclassmen to seniors of
the members of the class of 1938.
Now at last they could look back
fondly upon the days when they had
first become imbued with the spirit
of Gonzaga. No longer could they
afford to be found gazing at the pic-
tures on the wall. No longer was
there any reason for their doing so,
because those pictures had become
as familiar to them as the decorations
in their own homes.
But the change from followers to
school leaders did not find the seni-
ors unprepared. Rapidly and easily
they assumed the burden entrusted
When the first edition of The Gon-
zagan for that year came out, it was
found that seniors had the most im-
portant offices. Every organization
was animated with the spirit of the
fourth year men.
The football team, led by Captair'
Walt Graham, marched to another
city championship, and finding it im
possible to win another state title,
beat the Montana champions, Butte
high, on their own field.
The debaters, not to be outdone,
captured the district title after sev-
eral hard debates, going through the
conference season undefeated, and
emerging ahead of the Iohn Rogers
team by the margin of one judge's
decision. It was the first time in
history that Gonzaga had won the
A short time la-ter a team was sent
over to Seattle to win for the second
consecutive year the Northwest
Catholic high school debating trophy.
On the night of April 6, six seniors,
who had borne the brunt of the
year's debating, met to find the
school championship. On that night
the affirmative team, Bob Carty, Rich
Iohnson and Bob Clark won a close
decision over their negative rivals,
Iack Cantlon, Len Gaffney and lack
Leary, who had the enviable record
of never having been beaten in an
outside debate. Clark was chosen
the school's best debater, with Leary
In the two plays produced by the
Mantell club many seniors had
When work on the l938 Luigian
was started, it was announced that
nineteen seniors had won posts on
the staff, with senior Iack Leary
named as editor.
Thus ended another year, the last
for the seniors, as successful as it
was unexpected. And the class of
1938 had fulfilled its obligations to
Looking back over the last four
years, we find the record of a class
marked not so much by brilliancy as
by stubbom following of purpose,
leaving footprints not so deep as
straight and clean.
Perhaps in years to come, other
classes may gaze at the picture of
this class and find inspiration for
their own work. Perhaps other boys,
seeing the record of this class, may
be inspired to follow the aims and
ideals which these boys manifested
throughout their career.
lf so, our alma mater can be truly
proud of the class of 1938, Gonzaga
1938 THELUIGIAN 77
By BOB CLARK and IOHN TRACY
WE, the graduates of Gonzaga
high school, class of nineteen hun-
dred and thirty-eight, being of sound
mind, of our own will and volition do
will and bequeath such properties
as shall be designated in this docu-
ln fond memories of our own days
in the lower portion of the hall, we
bequeath to all boys who shall enter
Gonzaga high school as lowly fresh-
men, the right to gaze at the pictures
of their predecessors, said pictures
hanging on the walls of the corridor
of said Gonzaga high school. This
right is bequeathed under the condi-
tion that said boys shall, in gazing at
said pictures, imbibe the spirit and
tradition which we and the others
have tried so hard to make and keep.
To Louie Conyard, Larry Brown
wills his curly hair. Kenny Boulac
leaves his fiery oratorical ability to
lack V. Murphy. Bob Thompson be-
stows his array of tailored suits to
Ramo Amicarella. Ray Davis shuffles
his lazy shuffle to lack Meyers. Iohn
Cantlon wills his thumb tacks to lack
Freed. Pete Hupperten leaves his
stale jokes, puny puns and spas-
modic laughter to Warren Hook.
The senior members of this year's
Mantell club hereby bequeath to
next year's Mantell club a short yet
well beloved little man, Mr .... Earl
Hank Murphy bestows his worn
out gum upon Lewis Doyle. Mel Huss
wills his marbles and other play-
things to lack Costello. Iim Weston
leaves his "Weston" Union cap to Ed
Burns. Ioe Kraft places his cheese to
trap "Mousie" McBreen. Ed Murphy
leaves his ability to out-argue the
teachers to lim Haas.
Pat Andre wills the knack of losing
bets in a certain morning class to
Don Bach. Harold "Hick" McMahon
bestows his capacity for mowing
down studies to "Red" O'Neil. Bob
Clark bequeaths to lim Sisk his love
for writing poetry. Pete Andre be-
stows upon Chet Alderman his
rabbit-like actions. lohnny Curran
leaves his teething ring to Bill Dolle.
Fay Kestell wills his technique in
"mooching" to Bruce McFarland. Bob
Dewey bestows his bird-like warbling
upon Will Dumas.
To Bob Cassidy Don Amsbury
leaves his green sweater. Durant
Barclay wills whatever he doesn't
want to anyone who wants anything
not worth much. Gilio Chesurin de-
sires that his donations to the mission
box be continued by Tom Loosmore.
Bill Norberg and Tom Durkan leave
their candid cameras to George
Staeheli. Carl Close wills his awful
daze to Harry Brown. Lane Candler
allows his billiard technique to be
followed by Don Barrett.
Bob Codd leaves his obligation to
return all borrowed paper to Pete
Little. Bill Dinndorf bequeaths to
Frank Iohnson his tackle position.
Bill Carder wills his swanky shirts to
Ollie Cosner. Tom Lally bestows his
all-day-suckers tlallypopsl upon An-
ton Medved. Charles "Ox" Hoy
wills his streamlined strut to lack
Besse. George Yarno leaves his
snappy logger boots to Cliff Barclay.
Frank Morton wills his deadly aim to
Claude Rassilyer resigns his inno-
cent youthfulness to lon Ober. Frank
Rotunno bestows his fielding prowess
upon Frankie Walsh. Mike Sullivan
leaves his tennis racket to Sandy
Mackie. Greg Donahoe wills his
Hollywood style of hair combing to
Harvey Wick. Ice Durgan grants his
broken tees to Ben Reeves. Doug
Feaver wills his silence to the whis-
pering freshmen in the library. Fran-
cis Sullivan leaves his unused razor
blades to Ioe O'Connell. Paul O'Neil
bestows his sporting knowledge upon
Earl McCanna leaves his rifled
pucks to the property room. Frank
Paparich wills his monkey business
to Tom Spangler. lack Leary leaves
his literary ability to Frank Costello.
To Frank Perno D. B. Trowbridge
wills his prowess of sleeping in
physics class. Bob Carty bequeaths
his benevolence toward the teachers
to Ralph Prosser. Walt Graham gives
his elusiveness to Pat Higgins. To
Bob Gaffney, Micky Stoltz and lack
Ludwig generously donate their
crutches. Bill Bradley leaves his
smiling personality and gold tooth to
lim Mahar. Bob Iones resigns his
5B presidency to Tom Anderson. Bob
Molitor bestows his Mercuric legs to
Pat Cornell leaves his high chem-
istry mark to Ioe Scioly. Vic Felice
wishes his towering height upon
diminutive Bob Wert. Bill Olson
leaves his marvelous physique to
Hugh Oriard. Hobart Teneff be-
queaths his collection of old tennis
balls to Gail Billesbach. Len Gaffney
leaves his debating prowess to lack
Rotchford. Rich lohnson wills his
monicker "Babe" to some hapless
wretch in next year's civics class.
Webb Patterson bestows his Sodality
activities upon Russ Esposito.
Mark Kaulbach leaves his perse-
verance in tennis to Iim Herlihy. Iohn
Tracy gives to Bob Randall his pro-
ficiency in Greek. Ierry McKenzie
wills his cheerful disposition to Ron-
ald Springer. Charles Scamahom
leaves his studiousness to Ray Deno.
Carl Milton bestows his flashy neck-
ties upon Fred Porta. Bob Rielly be-
queaths his Chronicle bag to Bob
Dumas. Tom Monahan leaves three
strands of his fiery red hair to Lean-
der Verzatt. Clark Robinett wills his
love lor a certain teacher to Iack
Dean. Wayne Porter grants his
ability to draw to Bill Thurston. Len
Rizzuto leaves his empty gum wrap-
pers to Don Kelley,
Drum Sweeney bequeaths his Ger-
manic accent upon Iirn O'Connor.
lack Goeden leaves his cigarette
stubs to George Struble. Charlie
Gray bestows his backhand drive to
Bob Colistro. Bill Lane presents his
cowboy hat to Don Ungari. Bill Ma-
har bequeaths his virility to Bill Biner.
Tom Wernette gives his excuses for
being late to Al Kelly.
To every boy who shall enter Gon-
zaqa high school we bequeath the
privilege of walking upon the cam-
pus of said school, of playing on the
court situated behind the gymna-
sium, of staring out the window on
the budding bushes on warm spring
days, cf enjoying all those things
which we have enjoyed in our
school career, hoping that our suc-
cessors will uphold the ideals and
traditions of our school in a manner
befitting students of Gonzaga high
Given on this twenty-seventh day
of May, in the year of Our Lord nine-
teen hundred and thirty-eight.
The Graduates of Gonzaga
high school, Class of 1938.
August 30- Back again. Registration in full swing.
September 1--Classes begin. Teachers called "Sister" by frosh.
HOOD. Drum and
September 30- -
Bullpup gridders begin practice. Looks like another championship team.
First football game of season. Gonzaga downs Kellogg 19 to 0.
Frosh defeat sophomores in annual Frosh Night struggle.
First edition, second volume of Gonzagan out: GONZAGANS CHOOSE PRIEST'
Bugle corps is organized.
At Seattle the Bullpups take hard-fought game from Seattle prep, 14 to 0.
Spokane Diocesan Eucharistic congress held in stadium.
-Philomathea club has open house.
October 1--Gonzaga 13, North Central 0. We're still unscored upon.
October 5-Father Roger Lyons, S.I., pays visit. Glee club formed. Might be another Crosby in
midst. Who can tell?
econd issue of Gonzagan out: MR. IVERS ANNOUNCES FORMATION OF NEW
DRAMATIC ORGANIZATION. Bullpups defeat Pirates 6 to 2. Getting to be a habit.
Shake the hand that shook the hand of lim Farley. Postmaster General visits Gone
zaga. Shakes hands with all students.
Bob Burns and
Hold that Tiger." Bullpups defeat Lewis and Clark 24 to 19. What a game!
Gonzagan out: BING CROSBY ARRIVES TOMORROW. Everybody is talking about
Bing here at last! Attends Mass in chapel. Gets degree in gym. Students corner
dmund Lowe in 4B classroom. Holiday in honor of Bing Crosby. Three cheers for
October 22--Gonzaga boys rub elbows with movie stars. Holiday in honor ot Bob Burns. Three
cheers for Bob!
October 2741unior debaters hold first meeting.
October 29-Gonzaga 0, Rogers 12. 'Nuff sed.
October 30-Gonzaga defeats Lewis and Clark. This time in debating.
November l--All Saints day. Holiday.
November 24Philomathea rummage sale nets over 55100. New Leash members get sweaters.
November 4-Gonzagan out: CADETS BEGIN MONTH TERM OF TEACHING.
November 5-Gonzaga wins city football championship ior second straight year. Bullpups
Honor roll annou
Central 12 to 6.
26 to 0.
Drum and Bugle corps marches in Armistice day parade.
Students attend Solemn Requiem High Mass.
Gonzaga upsets Montana state champs I8 to 14. Nothing can stop our boys.
Scoop! Students see good convocation sponsored by the debaters.
-Gonzagan out: FACULTY AND STUDENTS WILL SUPPORT 1938 ANNUAL.
nced. Arnold Lunn visits and gives talks on Spanish war.
The fighting Bullpups end season in whirl of glory and snow. Defeat North
-The city champs receive Ouackenbush trophy at the Fox theater. Hank Murphy,
Bob Iones and Walt Graham receive all-city awards.
-Thanks for ct five-day Thanksgiving vacation.
-Father Pius L. Moore, S.I., directs successful retreat.
December B-Feast of Immaculate Conception. Another holiday, doggonit!
December 9-Gonzagan out: CLUB MAKES S30 TOWARD TRIP. Debaters defeat Lewis and
December 13-Midget and frosh gridders have banquet to end season.
December 15-Gonzaga Hi Night. Bill Bradley grand marshal. Gridders receive letters. Sophs
win cup for best
skit. Tom Wernette gets Kennelly inspirational award.
December 18-Christmas vacation begins. Santa Claus gives us eighteen days off.
AN 4 79
80 THE LUIGIAN 1938
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Ianuary fl Back from Christmas vacation. Students looking forward to next holiday.
Ianuary7 Interclass basketball gets under way. Players still think they're playing football.
Ianuary 10 Gonzaga hockey team defeats Rogers 2 to I.
Ianuary 13 Gonzagan out: GONZAGA WINS NORTHWEST CATHOLIC DEBATE CHAMPION'
SHIP IN SEATTLE TOURNAMENT. Good for Leary and Clark,
Ianuary 18- Father Maurice Flaherty, S.I., begins vocational guidance course for seniors.
Ianuary 21 Father Provincial pays annual visit. Grants holiday. Bill Bradley and Pat Higgins
tie lor first in senior olocution. Joseph Scioly is second.
Ianuary Z9 Deltaters nosed out at Pullman.
Ianuary 30, 31 "'Ihe Flight of the Gull" presented in St. Aioysius auditorium.
February2' Father lohn Forster, S.I., Father Ioseph McDonnell, S.I., and Father Francis Blaes,
S.l., take their final vows.
Fekruaryli Gotizagan out: GONZAGA ENDS DEBATE CONFERENCE UNDEFEATED. Semes-
ter honor roll announced. Gonzaga basketeers end first half in third place in the city series.
February 10 Father George Dunne, S.I., talks on Chinese missions.
February Z4 Gonzagan out: "WITHIN THESE WALLS" IS NEXT SCHOOL PLAY TITLE. Bull
pup debaters win northeastern Washington district conference championship first time in history
of the school.
Fel ruary 26, 27 Seventh Annual Students' Spiritual Leadership convention held in the gym.
1800 delegates attend.
February 28 Bob Bradley and Angustine Cozza win first and second in Iunior Elocutlon contest.
Mar-h 17 Founders day. Name of Thaddeus I. Parolik, SJ., entered on the Cataldo Memorial
March Z0 New literary club elects officers and selects the name "Penmen."
March 21 High school presents Father Rector with S250, its share of the Cataldo Memorial
April B Bob Clark takes honors in annual Gold Medal Debate. lack Leary places second.
Apri17 Gonzagan out: WORK BEGINS ON YEARBOOK WITH ELECTION OF STAFF. Leary
elected editor of Luigian by unanimous vote.
April ll Bob Carty wins annual Apologetics contest. Pat Higgins second.
April 29- First edition cl "The Penman" appears.
Mayl Inland Empire Apologetics contest at the Knights of Columbus hall. Bob Carty takes
third place with "Confession."
May 4, 5 Crowds tlock to Philomathea May Festival. Dave Yoder and lack Bradley take first
and second in annual oratorical contest.
May6 Gonzagan out: LOCAL STUDENTS GET YOUTH PAGE. Mahar elected prefect of So
May9, IO Mantell club presents "Within 'lhese 'Nallsf' Carty thrills audiences as "the mad
May 19 'Senior class takes a day off for class picnic.
May 26 -Baccalaureate Mass tn St. Aloysius church.
May 27 Communion breakfast for seniors in the morning. Graduation in the evening.
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