Gonzaga Preparatory School - Luigian Yearbook (Spokane, WA)
- Class of 1945
Page 1 of 126
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Text from Pages 1 - 126 of the 1945 volume:
THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS
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"Welcome, Reader, to the i945 Luigian.
It will make the year's story of Gonzaga
High an open book for you. The Senior
Class is mighty proud of their Alma Mater,
and hopes that this brief account will make
you realize that their pride is justified. For
during this year, as in former years, they
have not fallen behind in loyalty to the
school, fidelity to tradition, and in win-
ning scholastic and athletic honors.
May the new Gonzaga High School, soon
to be constructed, enshrine the same sacred
traditions, and may it ever send forth men
of whom it may be iustly proud."
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' gi if rf" ,-TRY , i ,.i ,Q ,, ed Gonzaga High 1936-19405 Joined Army February,
Y' - T i ri ,Y 1 f .6 f-'4 - . 1 " Y 19455 Trained at Camp Roberts, Californiag Killed in a
.Q - I". V lr- f x - 1- ' truck accident at Camp Roberts, May 3, 1945.
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Qg ,ffr fx ' 17-71 .l ,714 i ' f' Z' L " 5,57 l k:B zaga High 1938-19425 Joined Army March 19435 Trained
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Q ' NXW W, i' 3 cpl. Donald McKenzie, born Jan. 2, 19235 Attended Gon-
i 1, A , T' . , . X il J A Sjhfffkii zaga High 1936-19405 Joined A.A.F. Dee. 19435 Trained
Ei' 'X "-fs. P X4. ,li-B' as turret gunner at Westover Field, Mass.5 Killed in a
X 'N 5-'SF' "i heavy bomber crash near Williamsburg, Mass., May 1,
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Lt. Robert Carty-Born Dec.
1, 19205 attended Gonzaga
H i g h 1934-1938 5 entered
M a rin e Officers Reserve
Aug. 28, 19425 commission-
ed 2nd Lt. Quantico, Mar.
24, 19435 killed in an Anti-
Tank explosion at Camp Me-
Kay's Crossing, near Well-
ington, N, Z,
Born June 4, 19135 attend-
Lt. Jack ClinkscaIesABorn ed Gonzaga High 1931-19355
Sgt. Gerald Doyle f Born June 24, 19255 transfe r enlisted in Navy 1943: be-
Nov. 16, 1 9 2 53 attended from Lewiston High, at gan training at U. S. Naval
UUHZIHZR High S0ll00l 1939- Gonzaga High 1939-19405 Construr-ting Training Pen-
19422 radio LCIIIIIICI' OH B-253 enlisted 19435 basic train- ter, Davisville, R. 1.5 killed
killed in a crash Aug. 14, ing at Camp Walters, Texas5
1944, fit f71iiYi0Yl, S- C2112 Infantry School at Ft. Ben- the Philippines, Feb. 1945.
ning, Ga., Dec. 19435 killed
Lt. William Fitzpatrick -
Lt. Patrick Cornell-Born
June S, 19195 attended Gon-
zaga High School 1934-
19385 graduated as a bom-
b a r d i e 1' from Bigspring,
Texas, Jan. 6, 19435 from
Gunnery school Feb, 1943,
at Laredo, TeXas5 overseas
off Leyte in the invasion of
in action with the infantry
in Germany Nov. Z?, 1944.
Aug. 23, 19435 killed in ill!-
tion over Munster Oct. 10,
Howard Corley, Q. 3!c -
T!Sgt. Frank Kreuger -
Born Mar. 29, 1919: trans-
fer from West Valley High:
attended G 0 n z a g a High
1938-1939: e n t e r e d Air
Corps Dec. 31, 1941: aerial
engineer on B-24: shot down
by a fighter over lilannheim,
Germany, Jan. 7, 1944.
Sgt. James Orchard-Born
Sept. 14, 1923 : transfer from
Crary High, Crary, N. D.:
a t t e n d e d Gonzaga High
1940-1942: entered Army
Mar. 18, 19433 killed in ac-
tion in northern France
Nov. 1, 1944.
Lt. William McKee -Born
Sept. 2, 1911 2 attended Gon-
zaga High 1924-1926: killed
in action in Germany in the
Robert G. Stapleton-Born
July 6, 1924: entered Gon-
zaga High Sept. 1938: trans-
fer Jan. 4, 1940: joined
Navy: killed in at-tion Nov.
Lt. Joseph Galarneau -Born
Jan. 8, 1919: attended Gon-
zaga High 1932-1936: joined
Navy Air Corps: killed in
p 1 a n e crash off Atlantic
Coast July 29, 1943.
Sgt. Richard Kelly -- Born
Nov. 3, 1923: attended Gon-
zaga High 1937-1942: enter-
ed Marines Jan. 1943: killed
March 1, 1945, on Iwo Jima.
Richard Kilroy-Born Aug.
4, 1905: transfer from Se-
attle Prep 1920: attended
Gonzaga High School 1921-
19235 died in ll.S.A. 1943.
Rev. Curtis J. Sharp, S. J.,
Chaplain U.S.A.-Born Dec.
25, 1893: Principal of Gon-
zaga High School 1930-1938:
Chaplain Sept. 1942 I died in
Colorado Jan. 20, 1943.
Lt. Louis Schadegg 4Boi-n
Mar. 14, 1913: transfer
from Lind Pul1lic'Schools:
a t t en d e d Gonzaga High
1928-1929: Medical Para-
chutist: killed in action in
llolland, 01-t. 29, 1944,
Lt. Commander Frank Whit-
aker-Born Julie 20, 1910:
attended Gonzaga High 1924-
192S: entered U. S. Naval
Academy 1930: killed in a
plane crash at Eniwetok in
the Marshalls 1944.
ncjreoler fove lfzan tfiis no one fzas,
Pvt. Edward Whitford --
Born Sept. 16, 1922: entered
S e r v i c e Dec. 14, 1942:
wounded in Germany and
awarded Purple Heart Dec.
3, 1944: killed in action in
Germany April ti, 1945.
tfzal' one fay olown
Pvt. John Winslow-Born
Feb. 27, 1917 : attended Gon-
zaga High 1931-1936: en-
tered Army Jan. 21, 1942.
at Ft. Lewis: into Para-
troopers, Camp lt o b e r t s,
trained at Ft. Benning and
Ft. Bragg: overseas Sept.
1942: wounded with first
Paratroopers into Tunisia:
flown to England in a hos-
pital p 1 a n e: died in St.
George's Hospital in Eng-
land, approximately twelve
hours after being wounded,
Nov. 4, 1942.
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Lt. Daniel Mangan-Born
May 22, 1924 : attended Gon-
zaga High 1938-1942: joined
Army Air Corps 1942 : train-
ed at Santa Ana, Calif.:
shot down over Germany
June 23, 1944: died of
Wounds the next day, June
Gregory Parker---Born Feb.
6, 1920: transfer from
Sweetgrass, Montana, at-
tended Gonzaga High 1936-
1937, grad. 19373 joined
Navy June 1942: drowned
at sea when ship was tor-
pedoed in North Atlantic in
Born Dec. 14, 1924: trans-
fer to Gonzaga from Lewis
and Clark High: attended
Gonzaga High 1939-1941:
enlisted before graduation:
lost his life when the de-
s tr 0 y e r, Monaghan, was
sunk by a typhoon in the
Pacific in the fall of 1944.
Henry B. Twohy-Born Apr.
19, 1907: attended Gonzaga
High 1919-1922: entered
U. S. Naval Academy 1926:
commissioned 1926 2 killed in
a plane crash at Seattle Nov.
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Rev. Cornelius Mullen, S. J.
Principal of Gonzaga High School, Father Mullen is completing his tourth year as
principal of Gonzaga High, and his eighteenth as a high school principal.
Rev. Francis J. Altman, S. J. Rev. Francis E. Corkeryl 5. J.
RellVlnQ Pfesldenl Ol GOUZOQC' UnlVe"5l'fY Und l'llQl'l New President of Gonzaga University and High
School, Father Altman now directs the Science De- School? pr. Corkery Comes To Gonzaga from Secmlel
Poflmenf UT MOUNT ST' Mlflmellsf SP0l4C'V'e- where he was President of Seattle College for the
past nine years.
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Rev. Mathias l. Wilhelm, S. J. Rev. Francis Duffy, S. J.
Vice President of Gonzaga University and Vice Principal of Gonzaga High School,
High School. Latin, Religion.
Fr. Gerald McDonald, S. J.
Student Advisor, Latin, Reli
gion, Civics, Sociology.
Fr. Peter Baltussen, S. J.
Fr. Patrick Joye, S. J. Pretect ot Resident Students
English, Religion, French. iGamma Betaj, Latin, Religion.
Fr. Francis Blaes, S. J.
Fr. John Coughlin, S. J.
Latin, English, Religion
Washington State History.
Fr. Timothy Glancey, S. J.
Algebra, Trigonometry, Adv.
Algebra, Plane Geometry.
Fr. Harry Jahn, S. J.
Plane Geometry, Bookkeeping,
Adv. Algebra, Religion, Faculty
Moderator ot Athletics.
Fr. James Hurley, S. J.
Student Advisor, Mod.
Fr. Joseph McDonnell, S. J.
Fr. Peter O'Grady, S. J.
Fr. Patrick Conway, S. J.
Latin, History, Religion.
Fr. Eugene Healy, S. J.
Mr. Joseph Kelly, S. J.
English, Anc. and Med. History,
Washington State History.
Mr. Louis Gaffney, S. J.
Algebra, Anc. and Med. His-
tory, Modern History, Jour-
nalism, Advisor "The Gon-
zagan," Advisor "The Lui-
gian," Assistant F a c u l t y
Moderator of Athletics.
Mr. Aleck Ripple
Plane Geometry, English, Alge-
bra, Business Lavv, Leave ot Ab
sence in May to manage cam
paign for New Gonzaga High.
Mr. John Harrington, S. J.
English, Sociology, Reli-
gion, Moderator, Junior
Mr. James Mahar, S. J.
English l, English 2, English
3, Moderator ot Debating
Society, Moderator of Hik-
ing Club, Moderator ot
Knights of the Altar.
Mr. William Frazier
Head Coach, Coach Varsity
Football, Basketball, Track,
Physical Ed, instructor, Plane
Mr. Ralph McGough, S. J.
English, Pre-Aeronautics, Solid
Mr. Lucas Kreuzer, S. J.
Civics, Greek, History, Reli-
gion, Moderator ot Sock 84
Buskin, Moderator ot Knights
ot Leash, Assistant Pretect ot
Mr. Robert Moore
Director of Band, Music
Treasurer, 2nd Sem.
Treasurer lst Sem
Student Body Pres-
ident two semesters
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Vice President, 2nd Sem.
Vice President, ist Sem.
Freshman Consu ltor,
Freshman Consu Ito r,
President, lst and
Secretary, 2nd Sem.
Secretary, lst Sem.
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"In the following twelve pages you will
find the graduates, their favorites, their
Class Prophecy and Will. This is my class,
the class of '45.' We started out strong
both in numbers and in spirit back in 1941,
and now, though the spirit is asistrong as
ever, the number has dwindled to almost
half. Turn the page, and look them over
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JAMES DONALD BARTEI. - Bart -
"Let's blow this firetrap"-Scientific
-Class Officer 4, Honor Roll 3, 4,
North Central, I943.
WILLIAM PANNON BURNS-Cupid
- "You betcha" - General-Student
Body Officer 4, Class Officer I, 2, 3,
Honor Roll 2, 3, Gonzagan 3, Dra-
matics I, 2, 3, 4, Leash 3, 4, "G"
Club 2, 3, 4, Sodality I, 2, Football
2, 3, 4, Minor Football I, Basketball
2, 3, 4, Minor Basketball I, Baseball
2, 3, 4, Minor Baseball I, Track 3,
4, Joined Coast Guard May, I945.
SAMUEL JOSEPH CANTALINI--Sam
-"What brought that on?"fScienti-
ficYBand I, Honor Roll 4.
JAMES PATRICK CONNELLY-Conn
-"See you at Snapps"-General-
Gonzagan 4, Debating 4, Golf 3.
RAYMOND WILLARD CROWLEY --
Ray - "No kidding"-General-Drd
matics 2, 3, 4, Boxing I, Track 3,
Hiking I, 2, 3, Band I.
KENNETH C. BROWN - K. C.-"Oh
no?"-General-Gamma Beta 4,
Belt High, Belt, Montana, I944.
THOMAS EDWARD BUTLER - Long
Tom-"How da you feel"-Scientific
-Student Body Officer 4, Class Of-
ficer 2, 3, Honor Roll 2, 3, Dramatics
2, Leash 3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, So-
dality 2, Football 3, 4, Minor Foot-
ball I, 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Minor
Basketball I, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-
Capt. 4, Minor Baseball I.
JAMES RICHARD CONDON-Jim-
"Hiya Jungal"-General-Honor Roll
I, Sodality I.
THOMAS JOSEPH CORKERY-Beaver
-"Anybody seen Mahoney?"-Gem
eral-Sodality I, 2.
ROBERT EDWARD CUMMINGS -
Cowboy - "According to Einstein
. . . "-Scientific-Class Officer 4,
Honor Roll 2, Dramatics 4, Band I,
Hiking I, 2, 3, ioined Coast Guard
JOHN NORMAN DAPPER-Dapp-
"That's for sure"-General-Honor
Roll 1, Gonzagan 4, "G" Club 3, 4,
Boxing 2, Minor Basketball 1, Minor
Baseball 1, Sodality 1, Knights of the
Altar 2, 4.
FRANCIS GEORGE DUFFY -- Duff-
"Tough one"-Scientific-Class Of-
ficer 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Gam-
ma Beta 4, Debating 4, Sodality 1,
2, Track 2, 3, Football 4, "G" Club
ROBERT ANGEL ESCURE-HiIIyard-
Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,
4, Sodality 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Luigian
LEE FREDERICK - Fred - "Let's go
Willie"-General-Honor Roll 3, Les-
ter High, Lester, Wash., 1943, Joined
Navy, Feb. 1945.
ROBERT JOHN HALL-Honest R. J.
-"Honest Bob, the biggest crook in
town"-General-Minor Football 1,
2, Elocution 1, Gonzagan 1, 2, Hik-
ing 1, 2.
THEODORE LEWIS DIONNE -
Frenchy-"l've been hooked again"
-General-Gonzaga 1, 3, 4, Rogers
High 2, Joined Coast Guard, April
FREDERICK GEORGE ENSLOW -
Fred-"Twenty-three skidoo, O you
kid"-Scientific-Football 4, "G"
Club 4, Wenatchee High 1943.
WILLIAM JOSEPH FLANIGAN-Mus-
clehead-"Ain't that silly"-General
-Minor Football 1, Sodality 1, 2,
JOSEPH WILFRED GAGE - Joe -
"Gimme the cue chalk"-Scientific-
Tennis 3, Golf 3, St. Edwards Junior
High, Swanton, Vt., 1943, Joined
Navy, May 1945.
LEONARD LOUIS HOERNER-Pierre
-"What an act that was"-Scientific
-Class Officer 1, 2, 3, Luigian 2,
Gonzagan 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2,
3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, Football 4,
Minor Football 1, 2, Minor Basketball
1, Minor Baseball 1, Knights of the
Altar 1, 2, 4, Radio Program 1,
ioined Coast Guard April 1945.
DENNIS WILLIAM KELLY-Denny-
"I'm telling you, what a time we
had!"-Scientific-Class Officer I, 2,
4, Honor Roll i,'2, 3, 4, Luigian 4,
Ed. 4, Gonzagan I, 4, Elocution 2,
Gold Medal 2, Dramatics I, 4, Leash
3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, Yell King 2,
3, 4, Creative Writing I, Sodality
I, 2, Knights of the Altar I, 2, 3, 4,
Chairman, New Gonzaga High Cam-
paign 4, Salutatorian.
HUBERT JAMES KINDER-Jim-"Oh
Nuts!"-General-Honor Roll 4, De-
bating 4, Knights of the Altar 4, St.
Patrick High, Walla Walla I944,
Joined Navy, May I945.
FREDRICK CARI. KORLING-Corky-
"Are you trying to pull my leg?"-
JAMES PETER LUCAS-Goldy-"l'll
slap your fingers"-Scientific-Class
Officer 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, "G"
Club 4, Boxing I, Football 4.
HAROLD JAMES MARSHALL-Jim-
"Well, I wouldn't say that"-General
-Honor Roll 4, Pierce, Idaho, High,
JOSEPH EDWARD KILBURG-Snake
-"I'll see you at Lefty's, Tom, after
Jug"-General-Class Officer 2, 3,
4, Student Body Officer 4, Honor
Roll 2, Dramatics I, Leash 4, "G"
Club 4, Football 3, 4, Minor Foot-
ball I, 2, Minor Baseball I, Track 3.
LEWIS J. KNEZEVICH-Curly-"The
Navy finally got me"-General-
Gonzagan 2, 3, Ed. 3, Honor Roll 2,
3, 4, Libby Jr. High I942, joined
Navy Nov. I944.
HOWARD LUBITZ-Howie-"Got a
gas stamp handy?"-General-Band
4, Honor Roll 4, Delavan High, Dela-
van, Minn., I944, Joined Navy, Jan.
ROBERT LOUIS LUCAS - Lovey -
"VVhot's a guy gonna do?"-General
-Class Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Luigian I,
2, Gonzogan I, 2, Dramatics 2, 3, 4,
"G" Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4,
Capt. 4, Minor Football I.
PATRICK JOHN MCGEE - Punchy -
"Why don't you take a flip?"-Gen-
eral-Class Officer I, 2, 3, Dramatics
I, 2, 3, 4, Boxing I, 2, Minor Foot-
ball I, 2, Minor Baseball I.
WILLIAM JAMES MCGEE-Ozz-"All
you gotta do is be Irish and live
right"-Scientific-Class Officer I, 2,
3, Luigian I, 2, 3, Dramatics 4, "G"
Club 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Minor
Football I, 2, Basketball 2, 3, Minor
Basketball I, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-
Captain 4, Minor Baseball I.
WILLIAM LAWRENCE MCGOWAN-
Moc-"Whot's the matter, you got
wheels in your head?"-General-
Luigian 4, Gonzagan 4, Dramatics 4,
Sodality I, 2, Band 4.
THOMAS JOSEPH NADEAU-Torna-
deau - "What a life" - General-
Gamma Beta I, 4, Elocution I, Pub-
lic Speaking I, Knights of the Altar
I, Shelby High, Shelby, Mont., 2, 3.
WILIAM MARK O'MALLEY-Will-
"Cmon, Mick" - Scientific - Honor
Roll 3, 4, Gamma Beta 3, 4, Dra-
matics 4, Tennis 3, Football 4, Base-
ball 3, Knights of the Altar 3, 4,
Vancouver College Prep l943, en-
tered Armv March I945.
THOMAS JOSEPH POPE - Tom -
"Huh"-General-Sodality I, Honor
WILLIAM JAMES McGOUGH-Blll-
"Now clown in Sprague"-Scientific
--St. Joseph's Academy, S p r a g u e,
THOMAS FRANCIS MORRlS-Tom-
"Don't bother me, I'm thinking"-
Scientific-Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4.
GEORGE H. NAKASHIMA-Nokk-
"Gosh"-Scientific-Class Officer 2,
4, Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4.
FREDRICK JOHN OWENS - Kie -
"AhAbut Father . . . "-Scientific-
Dramatics 4, "G" Club 4, Ski Club
4, Football 4, Drum Maior 4, St. Ed-
warcl's Seminary I943.
JOHN JOSEPH PORTER-Jack-"You
can't question my version of pool
rules"-General-Band I, Sodality
I, North Central 2, 3.
JAMES OLIVER PRESLEY - Olly -
"Swell" - Scientific - Student Body
Officer 3, Class Officer I, 2, 3, Hon-
or Rollf I, 2, 3, 4, Luigian 4, Gon-
zagan 2, 3, Dramatics I, 2, 3, 4,
Leash 3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, Minor Football I, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Minor Bas-
ketball I, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Minor
Baseball I, Track 3, 4, Knights of the
Altar I, 2, 3, Sodality I, 2.
ROBERT JOHN REDINGER-Plnky-
"What's going on here?"-Scientific
-Honor Roll 3, Luigian I, 4, Gon-
zagan 4, Golf 3, Minor Football 3,
Minor Basketball I, Track 2, Penmen
2, Soclality I, Ski Club 4.
GILES GEORGE RISKE - Sleepy-"I
needs my sleep"-General-Band I.
MAURICE D. ROBERTSON - Mo -
"What d'ya think?"-General-Hom
or Roll 3, Golf 3, Nespelem High,
DONALD JEAN RYDER- Dehorn -
"l'm poitoibed" - Scientific- Gon-
zagan 3, 4, Ed. 4, Dramatics 3, 4,
Leash 4, "G" Club 4, Yell King 4,
Property Manager 4, Washington
High, Portland, Oregon, I943.
CARL RABE, JR.-Rabbi Fink-"Aw
shucks" - General - Sodality I, 2,
Hiking I, 2, 3.
JOSEPH RICHARD RETZEI.-Retz-"I
tell you it's gotta work"-Scientific-
Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll I,
2, 3, 4, Elocution 4, Gold Medal 4,
Chairman, New Gonzaga High Cam-
paign 4, Valedictorian.
JAMES PATRICK ROTCHFORD -
Rotch - "Hiya Mister" - Scientific -
Student Body Officer 4, Class Officer
I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, Gon-
zagan 3, Debating 4, Dramatics I, 2,
3, 4, Leash 3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 4,
Boxing I, Golf I, 2, 3, Basketball 3,
4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Sodality
I, Ski Club 4, Yell King 2, 3.
ROBERT RYAN-Dummy-"Meet me
at nine by the Mode, Stock"-Gen-
eral-Class Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Gon-
zagan I, 2, Dramatics 3, 4, "G"
Club 4, Football 3, 4, Minor Football
I, 2, Minor Baseball I, Sodality I, 2.
VIRGIL MICHAEL SCARPELLI-Scarp
-"Hiya, sod buster"-Scientific-Stw
dent Body I, 2, 4, President both
Semesters 4, Class Officer I, 2, 3, 4,
Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Luigian 2, 3, 4,
Gonzagan 3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4,
Leash 3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Minor
Baseball I, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Radio
Program I, Knights of the Altar 2,
LEO ROBERT SCHOVAERS-BaIdy-
"'Let me at him, l'll moider him"-
Scientific-Luigian 4, Gonzagan 2,
3, Dramatics 3, 4, Leash 4, Track 4,
Sodality I, Q, Tennis 4.
RICHARD JOHN SCHULTE - Dick -
"No, Ryder, you can't have ci sand-
wich"-Scientific-Honor Roll I, 2, 3,
4, Gonzagan 4, Band I, Sodality I,
DEL CARY SMITH III-Chief-"Got a
cold Conn' or did you inhale?"-
Scientific-Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4,
Luigian 3, 4, Art Director 4, Debat-
ing 4, Elocution 3, 4, Dramatics 3,
4, Dramatic Award 4, Leash 4, "G"
Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Minor Foot-
ball 2, Track 3, 4.
VERNON ANTHONY STUPFEL-Stuff
-"Sir, are you prepared to prove
Beta 4, Star of the Sea High, Astoria,
ROBERT HOBART TAYLOR - Bob -
"Hey Bub"-Scientific-Band 2.
FRANCIS JOHN SCHROEDER-Roy
Rogers-"Eight ball, side pocket"-
General-Class Officer 2, 3, Honor
Roll I, Luigian 3, Gonzagan I, 2,
Dramatics 4, "G" Club 4, Band I,
Football 4, Minor Football I, Base-
ball 3, 4, Minor Baseball I.
get something to eat"- General-
Dramatics 2, 3, Sodality 2, Minor
Baseball I, Football 4, Minor Foot-
ball 3, Track 2, 3. '
ROY FRANCIS SNYDER - Lefty-"I
don't believe it"-Scientific-Honor
Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4.
CHARLES HOWARD SWENSON -
Swede-"Ah, you're nuts"-Scientific
-Honor Roll 3, 4, Band l.
CHARLES JOSEPH TONANI-Chuck
-"How much ya wanna bet"-Scien-
tific-Class Officer I, 2, 3, Student
Body Officer 4, Honor Roll I, 3,
Leash 3, 4, "G" Club 3, 4, Football
3, 4, Minor Football I, 2, Basketball
2, 3, Minor Basketball I, Baseball 3,
4, Minor Baseball I, Football ln-
spirational Award 4, Joined Coast
Guard in April.
JOSEPH RAYMOND WAKERSKI-Red
What're you doin'?"-General-
Band I, 2, Tennis 4, Lewis Si Clark
High School 3.
LPH EDWARD WOHRLE-Squirrely
-'l won't let you talk your way out
of that one GiIlespie"-General-
Class Officer 2, 3, Honor Roll l,
Luigian 2, 4, Gonzagan 2, 3, 4, De-
liagng 4, Minor Baseball l, Sodality
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Most Representative ,,,,..
Most Capable ,.........,
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Most Congenial A....,
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PHILLIP OTTO WEIVODA-Phil-"Oh
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EDMUND THOMAS BRIGHAM -
Mickey-"Now, up in Newport . . . "
-General-Gamma Beta 4, Newport
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As the weary-eyed Night Editor settled slowly
back in his toil-worn chair, I tapped lightly on
the door and entered. "Hi, De Horn. How are
you?" came the familiar greeting of twenty
years ago. "Take the load off your feet." It was
Bill McGowan, my old school chum.
"This is a surprise. Where have you been
hiding, Bill, you old son of o gun? I haven't
seen you since the day we left the hallowed
halls of old G.H.S."
Bill glanced at his desk calendar absent-
mindedly. "June 4, 1965. Something of a
coincidence, isn't it? Twenty years ago today
Alma Mater relucantly presented us those pre-
cious sheepskins. Remember the old days. You
used to bum bus tokens and sandwiches from
me. And now you're the president of the bank.
What's this I hear about your swinging a deal
to buy Rogers High School? What will you use
it for, a race track?"
"I thought we should have some place in
which children of our former classmates could
spend their idle. time. Take the LEN "PIERRE"
HOERNER family for example,-five boys and
five girls. Pierre is vice-president of Calkins
Manufacturing Company. Say, Mac, what do
you know about the rest of our former inmates,
or should I say cIassmates?"
"My iob keeps me up on all the celebrities.
Why, JIM BARTEL has a page in our Sunday
supplement. He grows potatoes with blue eyes
-two hundred and fify acres of the darn things
are iust peeking out of the ground a his valley
farm. In one corner of the page is a picture
of Jim receiving a gold cup from FRED KOR-
LING, president of the Dairy Farmers of Amer-
ica, Inc. Just a minute, there is something com-
ing through on the teletype. Look! DENNY
KELLY is the newly elected territorial governor
of Alaska, and JOE RETZEL was awarded the
Nobel Prize. One of Joe's inventions, a lie
detector, netted him ten thousand dollars from
Distric Attorney JIM CONNELLY.
"Here's a news flash. JAMES PETER LUCAS
has completed an oil line in central India. Some
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Oil Co. goes to American Ambassador BOB
TAYLOR who did spade work in international
relations. Natives of the cobra-infested interior
found Lucas charming as the proiect progressed.
Present at dedication ceremonies were WAYER-
SKI, his personal friend and adviser as well as
the famous partners CANTALINI, CONDON,
CORKERY, CUMMINGS, and CROWLEY, The
latter group own a continually commended com-
pany of cars, carts, and carriages for carrying
classy chasses of uppercrust, crestfallen, cradle-
ridden characters. That's an advertisers way of
saying that they manufacture buggies."
"Say Mac, I received a ten-thousand dollar
check the other day, and it bounced like a new
rubber formula. It was one of "PUNCHY"
PATRICK McGEE'S. I thought he was going
strong in the steel business. Must have gone
broke iust lately. Well, I took him down to
JUDGE LEWIS KNEZEVICH' who sentenced him
to twenty years molding meatballs of SCAR-
PELLI'S FANCY HORSE MEAT MARKET for old
and decrepit horses, donkeys, and pedigreed
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mules. DOCTOR JOSEPH GAGE has become a
millionaire following the "IittIe butcher's" cus-
tomers with an old worn out stomach pump,-
for a nominal fee. When Doc Gage leaves the
castor oil kid takes over. You guessed it. The
other doctor of the class of '45s DOCTOR
I'I was down at the water front the other day.
Guess whom I saw,-JACK DAPPER. He's got
a dark room behind Lefty TOM BUTLER'S pool
room. He shadow boxes there. Speaking of
Tom, his fortune was built on left-handed cue
sticks. And say, De Horn, did you know that
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the gang-leader FRANK DUFFY has been
caught? He hid out the last five years,-seems
he drank a quart of Dago wine and passed him-
self off as a thermometer."
"One minute, William, my boy, the teletype
is clicking again. Hey! What's this? GEORGE
NAKASHIMA, favorite trumpeter of the bobby
socks brigade, was mobbed in New York after
rendering his popular medley of Temptation.
that's not all. PHIL WIEVODA is suing the hot
trumpeter for 525,000 for wrecking Madison
Square Garden which he owns and operates.
"Look out the window, Bill. Across the way
is RYAN and STOCKTON'S bar and grill. The
only customers appear to be Stockton and
Ryan propped up against the bar there. But
wait, through the haze and smoke I discern
the house card shark JAMES OLIVER PRESLEY
deftly dealing a hand of lonely solitaire.
"You remember BILL BURNS. He's on Broad-
way now-going to star in the latest Shakes-
perian play. The part is something like the
man behind the man behind the prompter.
WILLIE FLANIGAN is producing the play in
hopes of increasing his holdings in the SCHO-
VAERS, SHEARER, and SWENSON School of
Ballet. CHUCK TONANI, according to the little
Irish news service of sunny southern Italy, is
now the reigning royal of the spaghetti factory
with one meatball. Say, that was too bad about
OZZ McGEE, wasn't i? I visited him the other
day and found him sitting on the edge of a
bird-bath shooting sparrows with a pair of
"Yes, I heard about McGee when I went
down to finish paying for my Aunt Sophie's
casket at the BROWN, BRIGHAM 81 MARSHALL
Funeral Home. They do a lively business. Still,
they had time for a fishing trip. Canada it was,
and they hired TED DIONNE as guide from
the HOWARD LUBITZ Guide and Canoe Service.
They also stumbled on SNAKE KILBURG work-
ing in a sideshow up there and identified a
member of parliament as JIM KlNDER."
R. J. HALL recently accepted the iob of Man-
ager for Evergreen Theatres with head office in
Timbuktu. His secretary, BOB ESCURE, wrote
me about it. Bob said business was all right
until FRED ENSLOW talked him into ioining
the French Legion. They both deserted because
they wouldn't take orders from the captain,
Here's a paper l've been saving. Some ofthe
boys got their names in it. Let's see. It says
that BILL McGOUGH has replaced his brother
in the world of teaching. He has popularized
the textbook From Moron to Idiot, co-authored
by CARL RABE and KIE OWENS. Recognize
anyone in this picture? That's JIMMY GILLES-
PIE in court. Yes, his able defender is the ora-
tor DEL SMITH. It seems that specimens of
Jim's taxidermy are exhibit A and B,-Stuffed
"THOMAS POPE is in RipIey's Believe It or
Not. It seems his Tiger Lunch had cubs. QDin-
ing and whining, no doubtl. ROBERT LUCAS
is now sole proprietor of the Vegetable Shoppe
and spends most of his time watching a corn
cob to see how it turns into a pipe. W.P.A.
worker VERNON STUPFEL is convalescing from
severe shock brought on when he was acci-
dentally confronted with a full day's work.
However, his foreman, GILES RISKE could make
no statement due to a bad case of Laryngitis
developed in telling his men to "Dig it a little
Warden DICK SCHULTE is making a hit with
his Sing Sing quiz kids JOHN PORTER and
TOM NADEAU. The sixty-four dollar question
is still the one crossing the bars. The kids are
discovering that it is not always legal to print
what you see,-especially ten spots. ROY SNI-
DER now owns his big construction Co. Roy got
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the bid for Spokane's first sky-scraper. He told
reporters that he is somewhat puzzled as to iust
how it will make the sky any clearer. RALPH
WOHRLE now has his dad's glass business. He
claims you can only get out of a bottle what
was put into it. He should know. FRANK
SCHROEDER recently sued TOM MORRIS in
court. Tom shot at Frank's dog and scared the
cow he was milking. JUDGE BILL O'MALLEY,
when interviewed on the case, in the privacy of
the iudicial padded cell said tersely, "Blub,
bIub." Yea, De Horn, that was the class. I
think we missed one member. Oh, I know, BOB
REDINGER. But then he's-Well: 'Nuff said."
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fair degree of iudgment and prudence, sound of mind, and in no
way influenced by our underclassmen, do hereby affirm this to
4 be our last will and testament, in order to distribute the surplus
gleanings of our four years at Gonzaga among our fellow
school mates and teachers.
To the class of '46 we leave our most treasured possession, our deep intellec-
U tual capacity and undisputed wisdom.
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Q To the faculy we leave our sincere affection and gratitude.
We bequeath individually and separately the following possessions:
I, Casey Brown, leave Bob White my lower bunk.
I, Bill Burns, leave my acting ability to Cul Smith.
I, Tom Butler, leave my "Willie Hoppe" cue stick to .lack Smith.
I, Sam Cantilini, leave to Ray .Iurdy my ability to take "hacks."
I, Jim Condon, leave my little white lies with Father Mullen and Professors.
I, Jim Connelly, leave to Dick Hielt my shares in the Connelly, Gillespie trust.
I, Tam Corkery, leave my day dreams to Vic Petretee.
I, Ray Crowley, leave my initialed iacknife with Mr. Kreuzer.
I, Bob Cummings, leave my cowboy boots with Al Deviny.
. I, Jack Dapper, leave Charles Bettinger my scholastic standing.
I, Ted Dionne, leave my favorite yoyo to Tony Via.
I, Frank Duffy, leave.
y I, Fred Enslow, leave my surplus hair to Pat Sweeney.
I, Bob Escure, leave orange peel throwing during Physics to Tom Kreutz. .
I, Bill Flanigan, leave all Hillyard propaganda agencies to Bob Casey.
I, Jim Gillespie, leave my lunches and candy bars with my dear teachers.
I, Len Hoerner, leave my interest in Physics to AI Kiefel.
I, Denny Kelly, leave Luigian headaches to next year's editor.
I, Joe Kilburg, leave my dancing shoes to .lack "Twinkle Toes" Curran.
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Fred Korling leave my reserve seat in Jug to Gene Stromberg.
Jim Lucas leave all my arsonistic abilities with Stuffy Caste.
Bob Lucas leave my good look to John Goodrich.
.lim Marshall, leave my pet problems in Physics to Tom Eller.
Bill McGee, leave reluctantly.
Pat McGee, leave my perfect attendance record as an example to all.
Bill McGough, leave my pull in science class to next year's group.
Bill McGowan, leave whenever possible.
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Tom Morris, leave Don Niehaus to do hi: homework alone.
Tom Nadeau, leave my knowledge of iudo to George Buzzas.
George Nakashima, leave my hot horn to Danny Falsetto.
Bill O'Malley, finally leave.
Fred Owens, leave my Spanish Siesta to Al Twohy.
Tom Pope, leave Pct Foley cn lifetime dishwashers iob.
Jim Presley, leave my broken hurdles to Mike Cronin.
Carl Rabe, leave with great pleasure.
Bob Redinger, leave Tom Mahoney the right to take anytrmg of
Joe Retzel, leave Room Seven's ianitor iob to Frank Yuse.
Giles Riske, leave my nickname ta Pat Mitchell.
Marrie Robertson, leave my iob of arguing with teachers to Bill Mace.
.lim Rotchford, leave my knowledge of wrestling to "Sabu" Mclaughlin
Bob "Smoothface" Ryan, leave my heavy beard to Dave Reardon.
Don Ryder, leave my lunch bumming to Bob Fitzpatrick.
Mike Scarpelli, leave my many talents and red hair to all would-beegreats.
Leo Schovaers, leave my salesmanship to Frank Yuse.
Dick Schulte, leave fourth period whenever possible.
Emmett Shearer, leave my Gonzaga sweat shirts to Bob Casey.
Frank Schroeder, leave my pleasant smile to all my teachers.
Del Cary Smith, leave my size twelve shoes to Art Sontegrath.
Roy Snider, leave my golden hub caps to Mark Terhaar,
.lack Stockton, leave my extra credits with Fr. Mullen.
Vern Stupfel, leave my Goller Hall sneaks to Bill Hildebrandt.
Howard Swenson, leave my gyp notes to Tom Kreutz,
Bob Taylor, leave my beautifully initialed desk in room 16.
Chuck Tanani, leave my way with Father Mullen to Horace Gree
Ray Wayerski, leave my best wishes to all the underclassmen.
Phil Weivoda, leave my college text books to Pat Murray,
Ralph Wohrle, leave the rockets of the "Connelly Gillespie Trust"
management of .loc Costello.
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First Row: Pat Murray, Joe Lyonnais, Chuck Churchill, Carl Zinkgraf, Joe Ringwood, Tony Via. Second Row: Bob Mertens, Rich-
ard Allen, Bill McLeod, Ben Lenoue, John Lien, Don Johnson, Bob Welch. Third Row: Ed Norris, Tom Eller, Gene Dolan, Frank
Wieman, Gene Vogrig, Jim Dickeson, Bob White. Fourth Row: Paul Madden, Dan Aughney, Tom Foley, Vincent Elbert, Dexter
Wallis, Fr. James Hurley, S. J., Moderator.
First Row: Tom Healy, Len Greeley, Larry Kennedy, Ray Jurdy, Tom Savage, Dick Dullanty. Second Row: Bob Casey, Al Kietel
Dave Reardon, Jerry Hastings, John Goodrich, Bob Fitzpatrick, Pat Conroy. Third Row: Jack Taylor, Tom Mahoney, Bob Nixon
Ken Spilker, Tony Curran, Everett Rooney. Fourth Row: Bill Mace, Craig Stolle, Mark Derr, George Buzzas, Bob Croteau.
J UNIUBS 1945
First Row: .Joe Verhey, Pat Nyman, Howard Bennet, Ed Schafer, Pat Church, Peter DeRoetth, Henry Swoboda. Second Row: Dick
Fife, Pat Morris, Ron Schenk, Ray Tavernia, Tom McLaughlin, Morrie Gruber, Al Weyand. Third Row: Pat Mitchell, Gene Bosch,
Tom Kreutz, Rudy Weinhandl, Mike Cronin, Jack Curran, Al Deviny, Paul Robe. Fourth Row: Hube Randall, Pat Gray, Ray Anker-
son, Dick Hielt, Al Twohy, John Royce, Joe Lavin. Fifth Row: Charles Sorini, Don Niehaus, Harry Sandell, Frank Yuse, Jack Smith,
Five members of the iunior class boast a straight "A" average, Pete DeRoetth, Craig Stolle, Dick
Hielt, Dave Robinson, and Tom Kreutz.
.lack Smith and Art Sontegrath make first team on football eleven-bulk of reserves are Juniors.
Three iuniors, Jack Curran, Joe Lavin, and Pat Sweeney on basketball five-Reardon, Sandell, Gruber
and J. Smith alternates.
Tom Foley upholds the iuniors on the high school debate team-wins County Tuberculosis Contest.
Baseball and Track teams made up in great part ot juniors-many on first team. Juniors strong cogs
in iournalism machine-Dave Robinson edits Gonzagan-Frank Yuse and Joe Lavin have good share in
Dramatics are backed by a fine iunior class representation. Tom Eller and Tom Healy blow hot
horns for the Gonzaga High Band.
First Row: Eddie Weller, Norman Wilson, Robert Disney, William Beeman, Leo Shelledy, Frank Hare, John Smead, Harold Schlosser,
Harold Merteris. Second Row: Bob Carpenter, Ed Cuzzetto, Jack Maselli, Ross Mounsey, Al Carty, Pat Koth, Tom Clinton, Jack
Zinkgrat. Third Row: Fr. Gerald McDonald, S. J,, Moderator, Charles Hedger, Bob Olsen, Jim Santorsola, Al Amonn, Garry Gruber,
Bud Waggoner, Jim Kroetch, Dick Caldwell. Fourth Row: George Beaudry, Ed Smith, Culver Smith, Mike Merriman, Dan Crowley,
Ernie Boyd, Ed Budig, Pat O'Leary. Fifth Row: Richard Castle, Vic Cozetti, Clarence Vercruysse, Ron Davey, Tom Flaherty, Jack Nels.
First Row: Deral Hill, Kenneth Enslow, Paul Lassell, Bill Ledoux, Joe Butigan, Jerry Reilly. Second Row: Jim Taylor, Don Mehatfey,
Bob Bambace, Bill Weyer, Dominick Sherlock, Donny Healy, Don Pritchard, Jim Ryan. Third Row: Jim Dries, Dan Falsetto, Tom
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Burgess, Dale Chasse, Leo Baldwin, Ed Mertens, Bob Pendleton. Fourth Row. Don Klavano, Pot McCart y, Jo n op ins, ene
Brown, Bob Wegner, Bill Gillingham, Al Mengert, Dick Hartnett, Dick Kunz, Don Dehmer.
SOPlIOM IIBES 1945
First Row: Pa? Crowley, Bob Kelly, Bill Reilly, Alvin Hartig, Ray Kenney, Bob Patterson, Ted Chihara, Second Row: Jack Ringwood,
Jack Quinlan, Frank Lattanzio, Mike Kostecka, Larry Coleman, Harry Swanson, Jimmy Owens, Martin McGough. Third Row: Glen
Hancock, Ed Godley, Cy Weber, Ralph Crandell, Milt McKenna, Paul Kurose, Jack Schmidt, Pat Foley. Fourth Row: Jim McQuiston,
Ed Rekofke, Bob Clark, Henry Higgins, Jim Springer, Roy Dahmen, Jack Manning, Renzo Ongarato, Chas. Bettinger.
Sophomore Ili hlights
Sophomores are well represented in the field of athletics-boast lettermen in every sport.
Tom Flaherty and Cul Smith steady performers on the gridiron-Bill Reilly is nemesis of opposition
on basketball court.
Busiest sophomore of the year, Cul Smith-tackle on football team,-Sock 84 Buskin-Track-Ora-
tory-Honor Student-Senior Division Debating.
Pat Crowley, Ed Smith and Cul Smith shine on Sock and Buskin stage.
Good diamond prospect is Clarence Vercruysse-wins letter. Ed Smith and Bill Reilly letter as dash-
men on Cinder squad.
Sophs back Gonzagan-John Smead new Associate Editor-Ed Smith does excellent art work for
Pat Foley is dynamic yell king-Sophomores are mainstay of the band.
John Smead and .lohn Hopkins retain their straight "A" average from first year.
FBESIIM N 1945
First Row: Joe Thompson, Charles Hopkins, Joe Slead, Bill Davis, Dick Davey, Glenn Lappell, Leonard Sitter. Second Row: Ernie
Pierson, Armand Gauthier, Dick Call, George Clink, Bolo Sweeney, Charles Merino, Jim Amann, Ed Casey. Third Row: Larry
Fotchman, Ed McTi he, Bob Zinkgraf, Justin Seipp, Ed Dahy, Ed Caffrey, Mike Tierney, Jesse Huetter, Bill Littig. Fourth Row: Joe
Costello, Paul Duffy, Don Miller, Roy Donnelly, John Greeley, Bob Codd, John Gowanlock, Bob Gillespie, Jerry Kelly, Frank
Cronin, Henry Clinkenbeard. lAbsent Ned Conleyl.
First Row: Jim Johnston, Jim Gannon, Dick Kroetch, John Bombino, Regis King, Bob Buchanan. Second Row: Pat Nixon, Don Boisen,
Bob Yeats Bob Atkinson Bob Cuzzetto, Charles Dougherty. Third Row: Frank Scarano, Bill Brophy, Al Amann, Charles Hamlin,
Al Verna,lJim Ressa, Jim, Rocca. Fourth Row: George Mills, Bill Barry, Dick Porter, Frank Hoffman, John Healy, Dick Conklin, Jim
DeGroat, Joe Travo. lAbsen1 Roger Grossl.
First Row: Bob Pasby, Budd Neumann, Jim Hoff, Bill Landreville, Bob Waldron, Pat Weyer, Neil Eckel. Second Row: John Pied
mont, Don Showalter, Hod Moore, Walt Devlin, Dick Gaines, Lee Vaughn Bass, Bob Kivett. Third Row: Don Golob, Pat Wilson
Bob Beaulieu, Lyle Bossuyt, Ray Schulte, Walt Firor, Vic Petretee, Jim Watson, Mr. Joseph Kelly, S. J. Fourth Row: Dick Cul
hone, Jack Hurley, Don Manson, Pat Alverson, Jim Hutton, Dick Knopp, Jim Kincaid, Bob Barth, Vic Giampietri.
Frosh Ili hlights
The Freshman class keeps up tradition of straight "A" students-Frank Cronin, Frank Conley, Bill
Davis, Charles Hopkins, and Justin Seipp.
Jim De Groat ties tor Gold Medal in Junior Division Elocution-Jerry Kelly follows closely.
Jerry Kelly, Vic Petretee, Bob Codd, Bob Kivett, and Joe Travo spark the trash football team,
Frosh debaters have busy year-practice debates at home engage many-practice debates with
Lewis and Clark experience many freshmen-Before i948 Gonzaga will hear more from them.
Bill Barry and Jim De Groot are trombone specialists in band-Bob Buchanan beats a wicked drum.
Basketball team ties for city championship-sta rs are Jerry Kelly, Bob Codd, Len Sitter, Jim Slater,
Bob Pasby, Jim Gannon, and Regis King.
Hiking club is ably represented by freshman Carl Bell,
Life Around The 01d Alma Mater
ill Election. L. Greeley, J. DeLaney, J. Taylor, F. Yuse, Mike Cronin, Ben Lenoue. i2l Beaudry takes one from Goodrich. t3l
"Little Caesar" tells all. l4l May Altar. l5l Fr. Flanagan reads telegrgm from Bing Crosby at Pep Rally. Col Solemn Bene-
diction. i7l Father Healy holds forth in Chemistry. l8l Mickey McGee. L99 Fr. Hurley, S. .l. ClOl Bombino measures Regis
King, 4 ft. 8 in., and Slim Gillingham, 6 tt. 5 in. ll ll Spring Vacation. U23 Winter Vacation. Cl3l Mr. Ripple peps up the
basketball team. ll4l "Open-Air"-onautics class. ll5l Roosevelt Memorial Service, Gonzaga Stadium, April 14, l945.
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usiness Staff Cil'0lllati0ll
RALPH WOHRLE LEO SCHOVAERS CRAIG STOLLE EV ROONEY
JOHN ROYCE ED NORRIS JACK CURRAN ED SMITH
JOE RETZEL JOHN GOODRICH ROSS MOUNSEY
Left to Right: Del
Smith, Art Director:
Ed Smith, Henry Swa-
boda, Jim De Groat.
Sock and uskin
JIM ROTCHFORD LEN HOERNER MR. LUCAS KREUZER, JIM LUCAS MIKE SCARPELLI
President Vice President S. J., Moderator Secretary-Treasurer Business Mgr.
FIRST ROW: Dennis Kelly, Dave Robinson, Dick Fife, Jim
Lucas, Len Hoerner, Del Smith. SECOND ROW: Bob Lucas,
Frank Schroeder, John Yeats, Dick Castle, Joe Retzel, Pat Me-
Gee. THIRD ROW: Fred Owens, Don Ryder, Mike Scarpelli, Bill
Burns, Jim Presley. FOURTH ROW: Mick 0'MaIIey, Jack Stock-
ton, Leo Schovaers, Jimmy Rotchford, Mr. Lucas Kreuzer, S. J.
LAST ROW: Tony Via, Bob Ryan, Jim Gillespie.
" If Men Played Cards
As Women D0 9'
Mike Scarpelli ,,,...,, ,,,..... J ohn
Don Ryder ..,...,.. ..,,,,,. G eorge
Fred Owens ,....,..,, ,....,, M arc
Denny Kelly ,,...., ,,.,..... B ob
"A Candle to
Jim Gillespie ,,,,,,,,.. H ,,., Herbert Goodall
Ray Crowley .,...,. , ..,,,,.. Philip McAlister
Denny Kellyn ,,,, ,,,...,,, G eoffrey Clark
John Yeats, ......,. , ....,,.,..,,,.. Barton
Bill Burns ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,A,,,Y,,,, B rice
Mike Scarnelli... .,.... ,,.,,,.,..,.... D irector
Bob Walsh .....,, ,,....,.,,,...,.....,,. Dunn
Pat Sweeney .,,..,.,. ,,,,,,, T he Commander
Bill McGee .4,...,,,, ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A, N ahh
Jack Smith ...,.... ,...,,,...,,,,,, J orgson
Cast and Stage Crew of "Career Angel"
,. i--rr - - wnmnmu-iw'-Ill
Pat Crowley, Bill McGowan
Via, Bob Cummings, Mike Scarpelli, Jack Smith, Jim Presley, Del Smith, Don Ryder, Cul Smith, Denny Kelly Cseatedj.
, Chuck Churchill, Ed McTighe, Ralph Whorle, Kie Owens ikneelingb, Ed Smith, Joe Ringwood, Regis King, Dick Castle, Tony
Brother Serophim lDel Smithl gives on tevv words of corisoling
oclvice to Kurt Reinhold Him Presleyl.
Brother Serophim lDel Smithl looks sheepishly ot
Qtcareel, Angel!! Pleases Guorclion Angel lMike Scorpellil while Brother Greg-
! ory lDermis Kellyl seems puzzled ot Se-rophim's be-
hovior. Brother Uboldus lDon Ryder! reciols his book
oricl Brother Fidelis lCul Smithl looks on cynical os
A lorge crowd in the Masonic Temple wotch the "Angel" cross the stoge in the ploy they occloimed "the best in years."
. -1, 1 - .
FIRST ROW: Tom Butler, Jim Presley, Bill McGee, Bob Lucas, Mike Scarpelli, Bob Ryan, Jack Stockton, Jim
Rotchford. SECOND ROW: Bob Walsh, Joe Kilburg, Dick Fife, Len Hoerner, Frank Schroeder, 'Bill Burns, Fred
Owens, Jim Lucas. THIRD ROW: Denny Kelly, Cul Smith, Don Ryder, Fred Enslow, Bill McLeod, Chuck
Tonani, Del Smith. FOURTH ROW: Tom Flaherty, Mike Cronin, Joe Lavin, Morris Gruber, Don Niehaus, Frank
Duffy, Harry Sandell. LAST ROW: .lim Gillespie, Pat Sweeney, Bill Kelly, Jack Smith, Dave Reardon, Art Sont-
gerath, Chuck Sorini.
The "G" Club is composed of the letter winners
in all the sports, "G" Club members assist the
Leash in maintaining order and discipline in and
around the school. They also help conduct activi-
ties on Frosh Night every tall.
Joe Gonzie says: "Boy, it sure took a lot
of sweating to get this chunk of chenille."
eporters and usiness Staff
LEN HOERNER, '45
RUDY WEINHANDL, '46
ANTHONY VIA, '46
RICHARD SCHULTE, '45 JOHN GOODRICH, '46
HENRY SWABODA, '46 BEN LENOUE, '46
JOHN SMEAD. '47 JOHN QUINLAN, '47
HARRY SWANSON, '47 JOHN LIEN, '46
DENNY KELLY, '45
BOB FITZPATRICK, '46
PAT FOLEY, '47
KNIGIITS 0F THE LEASII
FIRST ROW: Denny Kelly, Jim Rotchford, Bill Burns, Jim Presley, Tom Butler, Chuck Tonani, Mike Scarpelli.
SECOND ROW: Joe Kilburg, Bill McLeod, Don Ryder, Morrie Gruber, Joe Lavin, Joe Retzel. THIRD ROW: Ev
Rooney, Johnny Goodrich, Mike Cronin, Pat Sweeney, Mark Derr, Leo Schoavers, Chuck Sorini. LAST ROW:
Tom Foley, Del Smith, Harry Sandell, Art Sontgerath, Don Niehaus.
, 9 f The Knights of the Leash is Gonzaga High
,I7 af School's honorary and service club. To gain
,' 7, W R admittance, a student must have a good
u Q! scholastic standing, be voted in by members,
3? I ' and be approved hy the faculty. The chief
nil? 'fwivrx d f it ' ' ' k cl
f 7 gf f uty o t e organization lS to eep or er at
1 Y ' I all student activities, and about the school
If X - Q L in general. During the year they sponsor
,Ev X several dances and mixers.
I UUIWIW I N T'
If ily I It I
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V I l X T r 5'v- Joe Gonzie says: "This
If lt' M f I hurts me more than it
does you, but . . . you
if 1 y 5 know the law."
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Mr. Robert Moore
Band Director P
SEATED: Kenneth Enslow, Leo Baldwin, Don Mehaffey, Bill Gilling
shima, Tom Eller, Bill Barry, Jim De Groat, Boh Buchanan.
The four high school bonds line up
ond ploy The Sior Spangled Bonner
To open The onnuol oll-high Merry-Go-
ham. STANDING: Don Pritchard, Dan Falsetto, George Naka-
BOY'S TIIWN PARADE
Kie Owens ledds his music-mokers ond The sTudenT body
in The porode honoring The orrivol of The Boy's Town
FooTbc1ll Teom, ond Fofher Flondgczn.
Tom Heoly Toots some TdsT nofes oT The
The "Four Queersf' Don Aughney, Bill
McGowan, "Slim" Gillingham, ond Kie
Owens indulge in Q liTTle buffoonery oT
The All-Cify Rolly of The Fox Theofre.
Mr. James Mohar, S. J.
X6 Moderator .
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ln the City Debate League, Gonzaga tied tor second place, winning five and losing seven debates.
Journeying to the College of Puget Sound Tournament in Tacoma, the debaters went into the quarter
finals, winning tive out of six encounters. In Seattle the Gonzagans split debates with Holy Rosary and
Seattle Prep, and lost two to Holy Angels. Bellarmine High from Tacoma came over to Spokane to win
and lose a debate at Gonzaga. Several practice debates were held with Lewis 8. Clark High School, and
Holy Names Academy.
Senior Debating Society
FIRST ROW: Pat Crowley, Ben Lenoue, Jim Rotchford, Jim Kinder, Ralph Wohrle. Tony Via. SECOND ROW: Pete de Roetth, Dave
Robinson, Jim Gillespie, John Goodrich, Ed Smith, Dick Hjolt. THIRD ROW: Mr. James Mahar, S. J., Del Smith. Craig Stalls, Culver
Smith, Tom Foley.
"MIL CHAIRMAN AND FRIENDS . . .99
Del SmiTh seems To have his opponenT puzzled in The "BUT eighTeen-year-olds ARE Too young To voTe,"
cross-quesTioning. Behind Del is Jim Gillespie. Chair- argues Cul Smith, sfar sophomore debaTer. Behind
man is Tom Foley. Gonzaga won The debaTe from him Jim Connelly plans more sTraTegy and Chairman
CenTral Valley. Tom Foley keeps accounTs while Maryclilf poses.
G. Il. S. CITY DEBATE SCHEDULE
Jan. 5-Gonzaga ATT. loses To Rogers Neg. Jan 29-Gonzaga ATT. wins Trom Rogers Neg.
Gonzaga Neg' Wms lrom Rogers All' Feb 5-Gonzaga Aff. loses To CenTral Valley Neg
Jan. 12-Gonzaga Aff. loses To Marycliff Neg. Gonzaga Neg. loses To CenTral Valley ATT.
Jan 15-Gonzaga Neg. wins from Marycliff Aff. Feb 7-GOUZOQU All- loses T0 lVlC'VYCllll N99-
Jan i8-Gonzaga ATT. wins from CenTral Valley Feb- l3-GOUZGQC' Neg- Wins lfom ROQGVS All-
Gonzaga Neg. wins from CenTral Valley. Feb. I4-Gonzaga Neg. wins from Marycliff ATT.
01' Course The Judges Missed This Point, But . . .
Gonzaga and Bellarmine High debaTers waTch aTTenTively as Their coaches begin To debaTe over The
Judges balloTs. .
JU IOIl DIVISIG DEBATERS
FIRST ROW: Dick Kroetch, Bob Gillespy, Frank Lattanzio, Larry Coleman, Bill Reilly, John
Bombino, Regis King. SECOND ROW: Jim Ressa, Don Showalter, Jim Springer, Milt MeKenna,
Henry Higgins, Glen Hancock, Frank Scarano, Jim Gannon. THIRD ROW: Dick Davey, Bill Davis,
Paul Kurose, Bob Clark, Ray Kenny, Harry Swanson, Jim Slater. FOURTH ROW: Dick Manson,
Jerry Kelly, Bob Codd, Roy Donnelly, Bob Zinkgraf, John Greeley, Walt Devlin. FIFTH ROW:
Mr. John Harrington, S. J., Moderator, Dick Knop, Paul Duffy, Dave Sweeney, Ed Dahy, BIII
Landreville, Jesse Huetter, Dick Culhane.
FIRST ROW: Regis King, Jim Slater, Budd Neumann, Jim Taylor, Joe Verhey, Bob Buchanan,
Jim Gannon, Jim Ressa. SECOND ROW: John Lien, Mike Scarpelli, Lon Hoerner, Pat Sweeney,
M. 0'MaIIey, Boh Richlie, Jack Ringwood, Dick Kroetch. THIRD ROW: Denny Kelly, Dick Fife,
Bill Hildebrandt, Vic Cozetti, Joe Ringwood, Ed McTighe, Chas. Hedger, Ernest Richlie, FOURTH
ROW: Mr. James Mahar, S. J., Moderator, Frank Wieman, John Piedmont, Ben Lenoue, Lorin
Thelen, Bill Gillingham, Ed Norris, Jack McCabe, Don Golob.
KNIGHT 0F THE LTAB
FR. PETER BALTUSSEN, S. J.
Joe Gonzie says: "Uh,
er . . . You see, Father, we
cIicIn'f have any Physical
Ed Today, and I thought
I oughia get a Iiffle exer-
cise . . . "
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MA? BETA 1944-4
FIRST ROW: Ernie Richlie, Bob Richlie. Dick Conklin, Don Pritchard, John Piedmont, Mike Kosteeka, Joe
Ringwood, Joe Verhey. SECOND ROW: Pat Nixon, John Lien, AI Weyand, Ed Norris, K. C. Brown, Bob White,
Jack Kilhurn, Jack McCabe, Jack Taylor, Bob Pendleton, Jack Ringwood, Bob Yeats. STANDING: Bill Gilling-
ham, Bill Hildebrandt, Tom Nadeau, Don Goloh, Budd Neumann, George Buzzas, Lorin Thelen, Vern Stupfel,
Mick Brigham, Don Johnson. Buck Blashill. Frank Hoffman.
All Study . . . . ?
The Ringwood cousins, Joe and Jock, chef in their sign-
covered room in Goller Hull.
Come and Get It!
Jus? like moTher's cooking? . . . Well . . . not exactly, but
it will do.
lil Nighf clean-up, Bob Richlie, John Lien, Joe Verhey, Bob Yeais. l2i Pat Nixon poses as Websier burns. l3l Vern Siuplel
is "gently" awakened. llll li's all in fun. l5i "Spot" lol O'lVlalley Enterprises. 173 Neumann over Golob. l8D Mr. Kreuzer
shows them how. L93 Ernie Richlie cleans up. HOD The boys help .lack Kilburn siudy. ll ll Boarder Officers 'rake sfock of
Their "rnoola." ll2i Optical illusion? . . . No, Slim Gillingham. ll3i Joe Verhey and Budd Neumann.
Campus as Viewed by Boarders
GOLLER HALL, better known to old
grods cis "The Infirmary," is the build-
ing where the high school resident stu-
dents live. It is situoted just behind
the University Building, ond is beouti-
DE SMET HALL is
nomed tor the first
Jesuit Missioner in
the Northwest, Fr.
Peter De Srnet, S. J.
At the present time
it is occupied by the
Noivy V-12 students
who ottend the Uni-
versity. It is o tour-
story building with
dotions. Both Col-
lege oi n d H i g h
School students hdve
lived in De Smet
This section ot the compus
from the University building
to De Smet Hcill is viewed
from Goller Hcill. lt is Tony
the gordener's pride ond ioy.
Tom Foley Joseph Retzel John Hopkins . James De Grout
Winner of Stole Winner of Gold Medol Tie Winner of Gold Medol Tie Winner of Gold Medol
Tuberculosis Coniesf in Senior Elocuiion for Junior Div. Elocuiion for Junior Div. Elocufion
ELOCUTl0N F INALISTS
FIRST ROW: Bud Woggoner, Joe Ringwood, Jim De Groot, Joe Reizel. SECOND ROW: Hcirry Sondell, Del Smiih, John
Hopkins, Jerry Kelly.
FIRST ROW: Ed Schafer
Pat Gray, Chuck Churchill
Jim Dickeson, Carl Bell
STANDING: Bob Croteau
man, Mr. James Mahar
S. J., Moderator.
Joe Gonzie says: -
"What does the instruc-
tion book say to do now?"
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FIRST ROW: Hank Swaboda, Dave Reardon,
Harry Sandell, Pat Church, Bob Redinger,
Dexter Wallis. SECOND ROW: Fred Owens,
Jim Rotchtorcl, Del Smith, Paul Rabe, Eugene
Bosch, Bob Patterson.
Dan Aughney, Frank Wie-
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pl. Y 'K fp
Cl3 Mr. VV. CorTy, Don Miller, former Trcick cooch, Cooch Bill Frozier, ond Fr. John, S. J., Tollc over Trock possibiliTies.
C23 Ho-hum! Noon hour in Moy. C33 Joe Lovin besTs McLoughlin vviTh "STooge" Gruber's help. C43 Mrs. SmiTh's liTTle boy
Jcick! C53 EdiTor Kelly pounds ouT Luigion QT H130 p. m. C63 l-lisTory is mode. C73 Scorp Tells Ryon c1bouT The "boids ond bees."
C83 Henry Swobodo sTorTs down, C93 Bud Woggoner finishes The Unfinished Symphony. CIO3 Bob Redinger. Cll3 Reor guord
of The Boy's Town porode. Cl23 John Goodrich, Chuck Sorini, Ari SonTgeroTh, Don Niehous. Cl33 l-lcirold Schlosser, Al
CorTy, Jock Nels. C143 "IT only The bus would Tcike us home!" Don Niehous, PoT Sweeney, I-lorry Sondell, Tom FloherTy.
C153 Mourning The PresidenT's dec1Th, Mr. HorringTon ond Mr. Kelly. Cl63 Jerry l-losTings, Joe LenorTz, lvlork Derr.
. . . 'YN'
Fr. Harry Jahn, S. J.
Faculty Moderator ot
Mr. William Frazier
Head Coach, Director of
Mr. Louis Gaffney, S. J.
Assistant Faculty Moderator
MANAGERS of Athlefie
Jack Ringwood, Dick Fife, Dave Robinson, Bill McLeod
Denny Kelly, Don Ryder, Pat Foley
City C0-Champs 1944
FIRST ROW: Jim Lucas, Mick O'Malley, Al Deviny, Fred Owens, Del Smith, Chuck Tonani, Len Hoerner. SECOND ROW: AI Kiefel,
Mark Derr, Fred Ensl J k S 'th B h L , D C l Morrie Gr b J K'Ib M'k S ll' B b W I h D' k F'f
ow, ac ml , o ucas an row ey, u er, oe 1 urg, I e carpe l, o as , ic l e
tMgr.J THIRD ROW: Chuck Sorini, Tom Flaherty, Pat Sweeney, Dun Niehaus, Frank Duffy, Tom Butler, Bill Burns, Harry Sandell,
Mike Cronin, Joe Lavin, Bill McLeod lMgr.J, Mr. William Frazier, Coach. FOURTH ROW: Bill O'MalIey, Ray Tavernia, Bob Ryan,
Bill McGee, Art Sontgerath, Emmett Shearer, Bill Johnson, Jim Presley, Frank Schroeder, Jack Henderson, Buck Baker, Assistant
Gonzaga. .,....,... .
Gonzaga ,.,, ,,,,,,,,
Gonzaga. ..,.,.... ..
Lewis 84 Clark-
Lewis 84 Clark
Boy's Town ,zzoo,
Brains Behind the Brawn
The brains behind the brawn shown above
are here planning strategy for a coming game.
Lett to right: Joey August, Trainery William
Frazier, Head Coach, Buck Baker, Assistant
J MLBURG - LH
' vxx chalk lines on- my back were always on the sui
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I, ,iz 7WQ7I?fT'l Lewis and Clark John Rogers, North Central, and Gonzaga. Each football
f team plays two games against each other team Gonzaga ended the season
I ,, f KW?-'ff tied with Rogers for the championship
Qi f INF
x .X S ,.Q,f4L4'f' CENTRAL VALLEY DEFEATED
XXX ,llirjugmp iff ilu! 1 The Gonzaga Bullpups opened the season against Central Valley whom
WZ Zin-igf 4' T they defeated I9 7 ln this pre season game the Gonzagans showed lots
of hustle and drive They used a passing attack which would be hard to stop,
,I llll with Presley and Sweeney tossing the ball for the Bullpups.
Joe Gonzie says: "He never pushed me over! Those
The Spokane High School league is made up ofthe four city high schools,
BOB LUCAS. Gonzaga
fullback, eludes one Boy's
Town Tackler, and crashes
through past another 1333
for a touchdown. Aiding
Lucas with their beautiful
, n, ,
blocking, are Chuck Ton-
ani 1Io J, and Bob Ryan.
JIM PRESI,EY races forty yards around end
for a fine gain against Rogers. Helping on the
nlay are Pat Sweeney 1455, Fred Enslow 1423
and Tom Butler 1on kneesb. Gonzaga won I8-I3.
Gonzaga traveled to Butte,
Montana, to play its second
game ot the season. With
good blocking and spectacu-
lar running, the Bullpups de-
feated the Butte Central boys
by a score of 45-7. The attack
was led by McGee and Swee-
ney who did most of the run-
ning and ball handling tor
the Bullpups. The line was
sparked by Ryan and Burns.
NORTH CENTRAL BOWS
ln a thrilling night game
which saw the Bullpups in the
first tight of the year in city
league competition, the Gon-
zagans thumped North Cen-
tral l8-6, in a running and
passing attack which could
not be stopped by the lndians.
PIRATES TAKE BULLPUP MEASURE
'Gonzaga took its first deteat ot the year from the Rog-
ers Pirates under the Gonzaga tloodlights. Overcontidence
ot.the Bullpups showed up in the game by tumbling and
lack ot team work. Rogers, taking advantage of this, won
the game T3-O.
L-IAkIhCfNAAC IZAINI ,4-in
CHUCK TONANI digs in to plow through a wall of North Central opponents as he clips off a handsome gain.
Behind good blocking the Gonzaga Bullpups won their
second league game ot the year from Lewis and Clark.
The ground attack was most used by the Bullpups and
seemed to pay ott well with the line blocking at its best.
Toward the end of the game Lewis and Clark managed to
make two touchdowns, the second against the Bullpup re-
serves. The game ended 32-l4 in the Bullpup tavor. This
was the last night game of the season.
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completely off his feet. Mike Scarpelli C357 has given the hall to Burns.
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ROGERS JINX BROKEN
In The game which showed The Boone
avenue Team aT iTs besT, The Bullpups
brokeffhe Rogers iinx on The piraTe
field by a score of I8-I3. BoTh The
line and The backs played rough and
hard ball.- The Pirafes were sfopped in
Their come-back aT The sTarT of The
Third quarTer. The half-Time score was
I6-O in favor of The Bullpups. OUT
Two safeTies againsT The Pirafes.
ps ig into the air to haul down a pass against Lewis Q Clark.
'l'he facklers hit hard, but it was worth it. In the foreground Bob Ryan of Gonzaga blocks for
TIGERS CAGED AGAIN
Once again The Bullpups handed The Tigers a defeaf by
a score of 27-6. Lewis and Clark Threw eighT passes and
had five of Them inTercepTed The Bullpups Threw ei hT I
. g aso
and compleTed five. The longesT run of The year came
whe P l '
n res ey inTercepTed a pass and ran 88 yards behind
BULLPUPS WIN, AND TIE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
In The lasT league game of The season, The Pups de-
feafed The NorTh CenTral Indians 27-I3. AgainsT The heavy
N. C. line The Zags surprised all by sfaying on The rou d.
Excellenf blocking paved The way for The Touchdowns
Th. . . .
is vicTory leTT Gonzaga Tied wiTh Rogers as cify champsl
This is the way the Bullpuns would like to have
broken up every one of R
ogers' famous end runs.
On the left Sandell, who is making the tackle, has
spilled a Rogers blocker, while Bob Ryan closes in
to help with the kill. .lim Presley 1661 is also visible
ook onthe next page to see what happens when yoil
don't break up this end run.
sfanding plays of The game were The
JlM PRESLEY pushes over a touchdown on a line
buck against Rogers Thanskgiving day. Jim was top
scorer in the city league in both football and basketball.
Butler 6493 and Burns 6477 of Gonzaga can be seen
on the two sides of the picture.
BOY'S TOWN LOSES HARD GAME
In the roughest game ot the season, the Bullpups cle-
feated the widely publicized Boy's Town team by a score
ot T8-l2. The Zags played heads up ball the whole game
and worked like a one man team. It was a hard day to
play since the ground was trozen and it was easy to get
hurt. Lucas and Presley scored for the Zags, while Ryan,
Tonani, Smith and Walsh played splendid defensive ball.
TOUCHDOWN ON LINE BUCK
ZAGS LOSE THANKSGIVING GAME
Still battered after the rough game with Boy's Town tour
days before, the Bullpups were unable to handle the
Rogers pirates who took a 14-7 victory from them. The
Gonzaga line was not able to take care of the heavier
line, and so the backs were hard put to get started on
good runs. In a last minute attempt to come back and
win over the Co-Champs, the Pups were stopped cold.
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This is what happened when the
Puns failed to stop a Pirate end run
on Thanksgiving Day. No-it wasn't
a touchdown. '
BOB LUCAS lGor1Zogol and WAYNE ALLEN lRogersl,
Copioins of their respeciive Co-Champion Teams, receive
The Quockenbush Trophy ot The Chronicle-Fox All-City
Bob Ryan, Capt
FIRST ROW: Harry Sandell, Jack Smith, Bill Burns, .lim Presley. Tom Butler, Jack Curran, Dave Reardon.
SECOND ROW: Bill McLeod QMgr.D: Bill Reilly, Joe Lavin, Jim Rntchford, Morrie Gruber, Pat Sweeney, Ev
Rooney, Don Ryder 1Mgr.J THIRD ROW: Paul Kurose, Bob Fitzpatrick, Garry Gruber, Larry Coleman, Tom
McLaughlin, Dan Crowley, Ed Norris, Mr. Bill Frazier, Coach.
The Stands G0 Wild
the game by one point.
PAT SWEENEY 1889 sinks a long one-hander against Rogers, while Presley 4579 and Curran Cln
keyhole9 run to cover the shot. Joe Lavin C229 has just passed the ball to Sween
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BILL BURNS 1559 races away from
the Lewis 8g Clark Tigers in their last
game to sink a neat lay-in. Lavin
C229 follows the play. Dix and Gold-
stein of Lewis 84. Clark are behind
Free Throw! Sweeney 6889, Burns
1559 and Curran 1669 keen their eyes
on that ball to make sure that Pres-
Iey's throw falls through that hoop.
Gonzaga defeated North Central 35-
Joe Gonzie solys: "The
hole in the basket iust
isn't big enough!"
JOE LAVIN C223 hits a neat one from the keyhole desnite
very close guarding hy two North Central players. Jack
Curran C669 covers the backboard.
FIRST ROUND OF CITY LEAGUE
All three north side high schools were out to break Lewis
8g Clcirk's twelve year hold on the city championship. Gon-
zaga was favored to do it, because they had tive return-
ing lettermen, at least three ot whom were on the first team.
In the tirst round ot the league the Bullpups trimmed
JIM PRESLEY 1573 exhibits his hook shut which made him
high point man in the city league. Said a coach of a rival
team, "lt would takc a man seven feet tall to check that
shot!" Tom Butler 4673 races around Allen of Rogers
to follow the ball. G.H.S. lost this game by one point.
North Central 46-44, with dead eye Joe Lavin tallying i9
points on long one--handers.
Lewis 81 Clark handed the Zag hoopsters a 42-27 defeat.
Sweeney was high tor the Bullpups with 8 points.
The following week the Rogers tive defeated the G.H.S.
quintet by the lean margin ot 28-27.
JOE LAVIN 1225
makes one of his
long one handers
Under the basket
is his team mate
Gonzaga North Central
Gonzaga... Lewis 8. Clark
Gonzaga Rogers .,,....,.,
Gonzaga North Central
Gonzaga l.ewis 84 Clark
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Gonzaga North Central
Gonzaga Lewis 81 Clark
In the last two games of the season, Jack Curran 4667 drops in baskets to clinch games against
Rogers and Lewis A Clark. Joe Lavin C229 stands ready to help in the L. C. game.
LEAGUE ENTERS SECOND LAP
In the second round of play, the Pups again won from
North Central, but lost to both Lewis 8g Clark and Rogers.
The loss to the Pirates was another heart-breaker, lost
again by one point.
GONZAGA WINS THIRD ROUND
A winning streak was started by the Gonzaga team at
the beginning ot the third round. North Central tell 35-32.
The Lewis 81 Clark Tigers bowed for the first time in tour
years, thus losing all chance tor the city championship. The
third victory was over the Pirate City Champs who tell
31-27. The Zags were happy to win, but were disappointed
that they had lost two prior games to the pirates by one
point. Presley was high with 12 points, while Jack Curran
followed with 9,
ln this panoramic picture Bill
Burns 1559 makes a clean
basket from away out. Visible
in the picture are Joe Lavin
4221, Tom Butler 1671. and
Pat Sweeney 1881.
JIM PRESLEY breaks the
tape, followed on the left by
Tom McLaughlin in the high
hurdles at Central Valley.
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CHUCK SORINI MIKE SCARPELLI, Calif. HAROLD SANDELL
BOB GODD MORRIE GRUBER CUL SMITH HARRY SWANSON
DEL SMITH finshes first in the 440 at Rogers.
BILL REILLY breaks the tape, followed hy JIM GILLESPIE ileftj and ED
SMITH fright centerl for a clean sweep of the I00 yard dash at Central Valley.
DEL SMITH MIKE CRONIN
.IOHN SMITH ED SMITH
BILL REILLY RAY TAVERNIA
RUDY WEINHANDL. JIM PRESLEY
PAT SWEENEY ROSS MOUNSEY
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FIRST ROW: Harry Sandell, Clarence Vercruysse, Jim Rotchford, Bill McGee, Tam Butler, Tom Flaherty, Pat
Sweeney, Dave Reardon. Bill Burns. SECOND ROW: John Presley, Coach: Ed Rekolke, Mike Cronin, Jim
Springer, Paul Kurose, Milt McKenna, Frank Yuse, Jack Curran, Don Niehaus, Jim Presley, Frank Schroeder,
Dave Robinson, Mgr.: Bill McLeod, Mgr.: Jack Ringwood, Mgr., Missing: Chuck Tonani, Mike Scarpelli.
BILL McGEE, G0-Captain TOM BUTLER, C0-Contain
JIM ROTCHFORD BILL BURNS
L JIM PRESLEY
Co-Captains BILL McGEE and TOM BUTLER talk things over with Coach JOHN
HARRY SANDELL crosses home plate for one ofthe fourteen runs in the first
game with Lewis Kc Clark.
MIKE SCARPELLI makes a beautiful slide into third as FUKAI QL. CJ waits for the ball.
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The ball leaves the picture as JIM PRESLEY slams out a triple in the slugfest at L. C. Joe Gonziez "I hope
Coach Presley sees lhis
CLARENCE VERCRUYSSE PAT SWEENEY DON NIEHAUS CHUCK TONANI
FRO ll FIB T TEAM
LINE: Walt Firor, Vic Petretee. Ned Conley, Jesse Huetter, Joe Thomason, Richard Porter, Jim Rocca. BACKFIELD: Jim
Watson, Frank Cronin, Jerry Kelly, Bob Kivett.
FRO ll FO0TBALL SQU D
FIRST QOW: Bob Cuzzetto, Jim Hoif, Bill Davis, Charles Merino, Dick Call, Dick Davey, Jesse Huetter, Len Sitter. SEC-
OND R W: Frank Conley, Bob Beaulieu, Bob Kivetl, J. Watson, Joe Travo, Bob Gillesny, Vic Petretee, Walt Firor, Dick
Knon, Bob Zinkgraf, Roy Donnelly. THIRD ROW: John Gowanlock. Dick Porter, John Greeley, Jim Hutton, Jim Rocca,
Joe Thompson, Dan Miller, Pat Alverson, Frank Cronin, Jerry Kelly, Joe Sweeney, Bob Codd, Charles Hamlin.
FRO Il BASKETB LL 1945
FIRST ROW: Bob Pasby, Jerry Kelly, Len Sitter, Jim Gannon, Jim Slater, Bob Codd. Pat Alverson, Dick Disney. SECOND
ROW: John Gowanlock, Charles Merino, Jim Hutton, John Bombino, Dick Culhane, Walt Devlin, Roy Donnelly.
FBO Il BASEB LL 1945
City Champs 1945
FIRST ROW: Bob Pasby, George Clink, Charles Hopkins, John Bombino, Jim Gannon, Jim Slater, Len Sitter. SECOND ROW
5,1-xtlier Francis Duffy, S. J., Coach: Jim Rocca, Jim Watson, Vic Petretee. Bob Beaulieu, Joe Travo, Frank Cronin
at Firor. y
When the Webster
school building, which
had served as Gon-
zaga High tor fou r
years, burned down
April 9, it brought an
old question back to
circulation. When is
Gonzaga going to get
a new high school?
the Catholics ot Spo-
kane. So a bond drive
was underway in a
month to finance the
erection ot a new
NEW GONZAGA HIGH CAMPAIGN
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Joseph Hurley, General Chairman: Fr, Francis E. Corkery, S. J., President, Gonzaga University and High School: Mr.
Aleck Ripple, General Business Manager.
Timed to coincide with the Seventh War Loan Drive, the New Gonzaga High and Parish Building Campaign began
on May I4, and will end on June 30. The over-all goal for the city is S600,000, while in the school itself, the quota was
set at ?pl0,000. All donations are being made in the form of bonds.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Aleek Ripple, Mike Scarpelli, Dennis Kelly, Mr. Joseph Hurley. SECOND ROW: Pat Sweeney, Joseph
Retzel, Ben Lenoue.
111 Hillyard Hicks, Cutie Casey, Merrily Mace, Kitty Curran. C21 Lewis Knezevich, 1945. 133 B. McGee, J. Dapper, D. Rear-
don, F. Schroeder. 141 John Smead conducts the "Terrible Triad." C51 Kelly leads a yell at the All-City Rally. lol Lunch
time, Ed Dahy, Chas. Hamlin, Bill Davis, John Greeley, Dick Call, 171 F. Korling, B. Ivlertens, P. Weyer, J. Pope, H. Mertens.
181 Fr. Harry Jahn, S. J. 191 Sophomores, G. Beaudry, T. Burgess, D. Falsetto, E. Mertens, J. Dries. 1101 Football mentors:
Babe Hollingbery Cletti, and Skip Palrang lrightl, are greeted by Coach Bill Frazier. C111 Chow time tor Gamma Beta.
1121 H. Swaboda, D. Aughney, C. Churchill, B. Flanigan, R. Wohrle, J. Dickeson. 1131 Don Egerman, 1944. 1141 Gruber and
Scarp keep Sabu McLaughlin from ending it all at Monroe St. Bridge. 1,151 Pat Crowley acts his age. 1161 Tonani boxes
with Ryder. C171 Manning and hound-dog. 1181 McCabe and Taylor.
Official IT. S. Marine Corps Photo
- Fr. Charles Suver, S. J., Marine Corps Chaplain, and former Gonzaga High teacher, gives Communion to a marine atop
wind-swept Mount Suribachi. This picture was taken one hour after marines raised the history making flag over Iwo Jima.
GUNZAGA III ll M N N WIIRLD WAR II
Joseph Adams, Ens., Navy, '42
Gene Albi, S2fc, Navy, '44
Richard Alden, Cpl., Army, '40
Dale Anderson, Army, '43
N. 6' 1 n jff ,.-err., '
Irving Anderson, Lt., Army, '32
Paul Anderson, Pvt., Army, '39
Phillip Anderson, sfsgf. A,A.F., '43
Robert Anderson, Navy, CMed. Dis.D, '41
Leo Andre, Pvt., Army, '38
Louis Andre, S lfc, Navy, '38
Edward Ankerson, Pvt., Army, fMed. Dis.j,
Kenneth Antonich, Army, '42
George App, Army, '37
Harry App, Pvt.. Army, '42
James Argites, S lfc, Navy, '44
Chris Arvas, Army, '41
Edward Atkinson, Army, '43
Doria Audet, Army, Ex. '45
Glen Bombino, Coast Guard, '40
Clifford Barclay, P.F.C., Marine, Ex., '39
Durrant Barclay, S'Sgt., Marine, '38
Robert Barnett, Army, '41
Thomas Barrett, R.M., 3fc, Navy, '43
Dennis Barry, Army, '33
Joseph Bauer, Navy, A.S., '39
Gordon Baxter, Navy, fMed. Dis.l, '40
Daniel Beaulieu, Pvt., A.A.F., '41
Henry Beaulieu, Navy, CMed. Dis.J, Ex, '44
Ralph Beaulieu, P.F.C., A,A.F., '41
Edward Beck, Tf4, Army, '39
Harold Becker, Marine, Ex., '42
David Bedford, S1fc, Navy, '44
Robert Bedford, A.M.M., 2fc, N.A.C., '41
Ray Benish, Navy, Ex., '42
Roy Benish, S.O.M., 3'c, Navy, '43
Leonard Bidne, '37
William Biner, lst Lt., A.A.F., '39
John Bertch, Navy, X, '42
Phillip Black, Lt., Navy, '31
Robert Blair, A.A.F., '39
Edward Blefgen, Army, '42
Louis Blefgen, Cpl., Army, '42
Henry Blessing, Army, Ex., '34
Robert Blessing, Navy, Ex., '41
Arthur Boening, A.O., A.A.F., '33
John Bogie, A.A.F., '33
Michael Bogle, Navy, A.C., '40
Frank Boschert, W.T., 3fc, Navy, '42
Richard Bottier, A,M.M., 2fc, Navy, A.C,, '40
Kenneth Boulac, P.F.C., Army, '38
Ronald Boulac, Sgt., Army, '35
William Bowen, Navy, A.C., '37
William Bradley, lst Lt., A.A.E., '38
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Victor Brady, Army, '37
Frank Brisinda, Sgt., Army, '39
Harold Brooks, Lt., A.A.F., '42
Lawrence Brown, 1st Lt., Army, '34
Robert Brown, '39
Charles Bruder, Army, '32
Ezra Brumback, Army, '35
Clifford Bruya, Ens., Navy, '40
Edward Bruya, P.F.C., Marine, '42
Jerry Buckley, Navy, '42
Albert Budig, Coast Guard, '40
Vern Budig, Navy, '43
Robert Bunch, P.H.M., 2fc, Navy, '40
Thomas Burgess, Army, '43
Edward Burns, '39
William Burns, Coast Guard, '45
James Burns, Cpl., Army, '35
Thomas Camblin, Marine, '43
John Campbell, Cpl., Marine, '42
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Thomas Campbell, Army, '41
Tom Candler, Navy, Cadet, '38
Frank Cantlon, A.A.F., '44
John Cantlon, 1st Lt., A.A.F., '38
Kenneth Carpenter, Army, '41
EAROBERT CARTY, LT., MARINE, '38
Robert Carroll, Pvt., Army, '42
William Carroll, Ffa, A.A.F., '40
John Casey, Army, '43
Patrick Cavanaugh, Navy, '42
Lane Chandler, Midshipman, '38
Albert Charbonneau, Navy, '40
Louis Chesurine, Army, '37
Donald Clarno, Army, '42
Robert Clemmens, Lt., Army, '34
EJACK CLINKSCALES, LT., ARMY, '40
Tyrone Cobb, S 2f'c, Navy, '43
Robert Codd, Sgt., Army, "38
Jack Codd, S 2fc, Navy, '43
Ernest Como, Navy, '43
Patrick Condon, Army, Ex., '44
Lawrence Cornell, S llc, Navy, '40
Ellsworth Connelly, Pvt., A.A.F., '39
William Connors, Pvt., Army, '35
Louis Conyard, Cpl., Army, '39
Walt Corbett, Coast Guard, '42
Frank Corkery, Pvt., Army, '40
S HOWARD CORLEY, Q.M. 3fc, NAVY, '41
EEPATRICK CORNELL, LT., A.A.F., '38
John Costello, Af'c, A.A.F., '44
John Costello, Lt., Army, '39
John Cowgill, A.A.F., '39
Howard Courtney, Navy, Ex., '42
Charles Courtman, Royal Canadian, Army, '42
Augustine Cozza, Pvt., Army, '40
Robert Crowley, Afs, Navy, A.C., '41
Patrick Cullen, Army, '37
Melvin Cummings, Army, '42
Robert Cummings, Coast Guard, '45
William Cummings, A.A.F., '44
James Curran, Army, '36
John Currant, SfSgt., A.A.F., '38
Robert Curran, Tl5, Army, '41
Thomas Curran, Pvt., Army, '34
Ernest Curtis, Sgt., Army, '32
Romeo Cuzzetto, Navy, Ex., '42
George Dahmen, Cpl., Army, '40
Robert Dahmen, Pvt., Army, '42
Seaton Daly, Lt., Navy, '36
Kelly Dashiell, C.M., 2f'c, Navy, '40
Doug'as Day, '32
John Dean, Lt., Army, '39
Harry Davey, S 1fc, Navy, Ex., '42
James Davey, Army, '42
Joseph Davey, Lt., Marine, A.C., '41
George Deegan, Navy, '41
Joseph Deichl, '39
Francis Deleony, '37
Gabriel de Roetth, Army, '40
George Derr, Army, '37
Herb Doerr, Army, '41
Paul Derr, '35
Jack Dever, M.M., 3'c, Navy, '42
Andrew Devlin, Cpl., Army, '42
James Deviny, Army, '40
William Deviny, Navy, '44
Francis Dillon, Lt., A.A.F., '43
Gene Di Luzzio, Allc, A.A.F., '43
Ted Dionne, Coast Guard, '45
Donald Dixon, Pvt., Marine, Ex., '43
Robert Dolle, Pvt., Marine, '44
William Dolle, Pvt., Army, '39
Daniel Donahue, E.M., 3fc, Navy, '43
Gregory Donahue, Capt., A.A.F., '38
John Doolin, Coast Guard, '37
EGERALD DOYLE, SGT., A.A.F., '42
Leo Driscoll, S 2fc, Navy, '44
S EDWARD DUCHSCHER, ARMY, EX., '37
Fredrick Dullanty, 1st Lt., Army, '35
Carter Dullanty, Lt., Marines, '37
Francis Dumas, S.K., 3fc, Navy, '43
Harold Dumas, MfSgt., Army, '40
Robert Dumas, Cpl., Army, '39
Wilfred Dumas, Army, CMed. Dis.1, '39
Francis Durgan, Sgt., Army, '35
Kevin Durgan, Cpl., Army, '41
Robert Dwyer, Capt., Army, '33
Marcus Ebel, Pvt., Army,
Lester Edge, Sgt., Army, '35
Phillip Edge, Army, '37
John Egan, Ens., Navy,
Donald Egerman, S2fc, Navy, '44
Robert Eierdam, Army, '41
Vernon Enders, A. S. Mer. Mar. Ex., '44
Howard Englehard, P.F.C., Marine, '43
Russell Esposito, P.F.C., Army, CMed. Dis.J,
Joseph Estinson, Jr., Afc, A.A.F., '36
Joseph Eugene, SfSgt., A.A.F., '36
John Fahey, Lt., Army, '37
Ernest Fairleigh, Ffo, R.C.A.F., '40
Robert Falkner, Cpl., Army, '36
Douglas Feaver, Cpl., Army, '38
Anthony Felice, Tt'Sgt., A.A.F., '35
Victor Felice, Cpl., Army, '38
James Fife, Navy, '40
John Fife, Army, '43
Joseph Fitterer, Lt., A.A.F., '37
George Fitterer, Ens., Navy, '36
EWILLIAM FlTZPATRlCK, LT., NAVY, A.C
Ralph Florin, Army, '35
Edward Flynn, Afs, V-12, Navy, '40
James Flynn, Ens., Navy, '41
Joseph Flynn, Navy, Ex., '43
Patrick Flynn, Pvt., Marine, Ex., '44
Robert Flynn, Capt., Army, '37
Wallace Flynn, P.F.C., A.A.F., '40
Tyler Folsom, Pvt., Army, '39
Donald Force, T'Sgt., Army, '35
Lee Fredrick, Afs, Navy, '45
John Freed, Army, '39
David Frietag, R.M., 3fc, Navy, '43
John Frietag, F.C., 3fc, Navy, '42
Joseph Gage, Afs, Navy, '45
FEJOSEPH GALARNEAU, LT., NAVY, A.C., '36
John Gallagher, At'c, A.A.F., '36
Leonard Gaffney, F.C., lfc, Navy, '38
Robert Gaffney, M.O.M.M., ifc, Navy, '39
William Gaffney, Lt., Army, '33
Thomas Gannon, P.F.C., A.A.F., '44
Robert Gassman, Afc, Navy, A.C., '40
Robert Geisbush, P.F.C., A.A.F., '36
Frederick Gephart, Pvt., Army, '41
Robert Gerstenberger, Af'c, Navy, A.C., '43
Roscoe Ghering, Pvt., Marine, '44
John Giampietri, Coast Guard, '41
Thomas Gibbons, Navy, '41
Donald Giesa, Ens., Merch. Mar., '41
Paul Giesa, Sf"Sgt., A.A.F., '34
William Giesa, Lt., A.A.F., '33
EEARL GILLELAND, ARMY, '42
John Gillespie, Army, '42
Gerald Goeden, Army, '40
Robert Gonyea, Army, '41
John Goodwin, Lt., A.A.F., '40
Martin Goodwin, 1st Lt., A.A.F., '35
Leonard Gooley, F 1fc, Navy, '44
Donald Gorman, '31
Paul Gottschalk, '42
William Grant, Cadet, Navy, '40
Samuel Grashio, Maior, A.A.F., '36
Charles Gray, Lt., Army, '33
Lambert Gray, Marine, '40
Victor Gray, S1'c, Navy, Ex., '44
William Gray, Lt., Army, '40
John Green, Army, '41
Richard Greenside, Lt., Army, '35
Ernest Griat, MfSgt., A.A.F., '36
John Groo, T1'Sgt., A.A.F., '39
Orien Gross, Jr., Coast Guard, '40
Joseph Gruber, Paratrooper, '44
Donald Hale, A.T.C., Ex., '42
Robert Hamilton, Army, '44
Richard Harrions, TfSgt., Army, '41
John Hartnett, Navy, '42
William Hawley, Coast Guard, Ex., '43
George Hayden, Lt., Army, '40
John Helean, Navy, '41
John Henderson, S 2fc, Navy, A.C., Ex., '45
Harold Hennessy, 2nd Off., Mech., Mar., '33
William Heywood, Army, '40
Richard Heinan, A.A.F., Ex., '43
John Higgins, Ph., M., 3I'c, Marine, '42
Patrick Higgins, sfsgf., Army, '39
Raymond Hill, Lt., A.A.F., '40
Edward Hinch, Pvt., Army, '43
John Hobbs, Army, QMed. Dis.J, '39
Leonard Hoerner, Coast Guard, '45
Ashley Holden, Jr., Army, '41
Warren Hook, Army, '39
Lewis Houdak, TfSgt., Army, '42
Robert Howard, S 1flc, Navy, '44
Thomas Howard, Army, '42
William Howard, Army, '40
Charles Hoy, Army, '38
William Hubbart, Coast Guard, '42
George Huetter, Navy, '42
Boyd Huff, Sgt., Army, '33
David Hurley, Ens., Navy, '34
Patrick Hurley, S 2fc, Navy, '44
Melvin Huss, P.F.C., Army, '38
FEEJEROME JACKMAN, ARMY, '42
Preston Jackson, A1'c, A.A.F., Ex., '44
Maxwell Jacobs, Army, '42
John Jennings, Sgt., Army, '37
Harold Johns, Army, '41
A. H. Johnson, SKV, 2f'c, Navy Ex., '43
Dan Johnson, Navy, '43
Francis Johnson, MT! Sgt., Marine, '39
Jay Johnson, S 2l'c, Navy, '44
Richard Johnson, Sgt., Army, '38
Thomas Johnson, A.A.F., '36
William Johnson, S Zfc, Navy, Ex., '45
Edward Jones, Marine, '42
Robert Jones, Maior, A.A.F., '38
Robert Jones, '37
Robert Jones, Ens., Navy, A.C., '34
Thomas Judro, Army, '43
John Julian, Cpl., Army, '43
William Juliano, Pvt., A.A.F., '40
Francis Jurdy, Lt., Navy, '37
Benedict Kane, Army, '37
Oscar Kanzler, P.F.C., A.A.F., '40
Leslie Kapfer, F.C., 3fc, Navy, '42
John Kearns, Navy, '31
Hubert Keen, Lt., A.A.F., '40
Hugh Keenan, Lt., Army, '37
Thomas Keenan, Ph., M., 3fc, Navy, '44
Alexander Kelly, Navy, '43
Raymond Kelly, H.A., lfc, Navy, '43
EQRICHARD KELLY, SGT., MARINE, '41
NNilliam Kelly, Coast Guard, '45
John Kennedy, Pvt., Army, '37
Bruno Kensok, S 2fc, Navy, Ex., '42
Raymond Kensok, A.M.M., lfc, Navy, A.C.,
John Kerchival, U.S., Milt. Acad., '44
Cyril Kestell, S'Sgt., A.A.F,, '32
Fabian Kestell, Q.M., lfc, Navy, '38
ERICHARD KILROY, ARMY, '23
George Kimmell, TfSgt., A.A.F., '34
John Kimmell, Sm 1'c, Navy, A.C., '42
James Kinder, Navy, '45
James King, '32
John Kingsbury, P.F.C., Marine, '41
Frank Kirchner, Navy, '36
Edward Kivett, S lfc, Navy, Ex., '43
Donald Knezevich, Lt., Army, CMed. Dis.1, '37
Lewis Knezevich, S llc, Navy, A.C., '45
John Kock, Army, '36
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George Kronenberg, Army, '37
James Kronenberg, Army, '34
Joseph Kraft, F lfc, Coast Guard, '39
Lawrence Kraft, A.M.M., 2fc, Navy, A.C. '43
EFRANK KRUEGER, TfSGT., A.A.F., '39
Thomas Lacy, Ens., Navy, '41
John Lally, Lt., Army, '32
John Lambert, 1st Lt., Army, '35
John Lancaster, Navy, '41
William Lane, '37
Francis Laney, P.F.C., A.A.F., '41
Salvatore Lappano, Cpl., A.A.F., '41
Thomas B Larkin, Gen., Army, '10
James Lavin, S 2f'c, Navy, '43
John Lovin, Lt. Col,, A.A.F., '35
Thomas Lovin, Army, '40
Marvin Lavoy, S 2'c, Navy, Ex., '44
John Lawlor, S2'c, Navy, '44
Nigel Lee, Army, '41
Robert E. Lee, Y 1 f'c, Navy, '43
Elmer Lemieux, Army, '42
Robert Levitt, Marine, '43
John Lindberg, SK llc, Navy, '32
Herbert Link, Lt., Army, '36
Joseph Little, S llc, Navy, '35
John Lodell, Cpl., Army, '42
Neil Loomis, Cpl., Army, '43
Thomas Loosemore, MfSgt., A.A.F., '39
Al O. Lucas, Cox, USN, Ex., '29
John Lucas, W.O., Ci.g.D, Army, '37
Iohn Lucas, S 1'c, Navy, '40
ohn J. Lucas, S 1f'c, Ex., '43
John Ludwig, Navy, '38
Michael Ludwig, S2'c, Navy, Ex., '44
Tunney Ludwig, Merchant Marine, Ex., '44
Howard Lubitz, Navy, '45
Frederick Lyons, Lt., Army, '34
Robert Lyons, Ph., M. 2fc, Navy, '32
SANDY MacKIE, LT., Marine, '39
John MaGee, Lt., A.A.F., '43
William Mahan, Navy, '38
John Maloney, Lt, Com., Navy, '37
EEDANIEL MANGAN, LT., A.A.F., '42
Richard Mangan, Pvt., A.A.F., '44
Jerome Marcotte, A.A.F., '43
Edward Maronick, Afs, V-12, Navy, '42
Edward Martello, S lfc, Navy, Ex., '42
Donald Martin, R.T., 3f'c, Navy, '43
James Martin, Lt., Navy, A.C., '43
Maxwell Masterson, Army, '33
Ralph Mauro, Sgt., Army, '38
Silvio Mauro, A.A.F., '41
Donald Mayer, Pvt., Marine, '43
Carl Maxey, Army, '42
Francis McBreen, 1st Lt., A.A.F., '39
Edward McCabe, '34
Earl McCanna, '38
Vincent McCanta, '36
Patrick McCollum, Army, '43
Angus McDonald, Pvt., Army, '36
Thomas McDonnell, Army, '32
Joseph McDonnaugh, Lt., Marine
John McDowell, Cpl., Army, '40
Carr McGarrity, Army, '41
Troy McGarrity, Navy, Ex., '40
Carrol McGoldrick, Pvt., Army, '44
Robert McGoldrick, Lt., Army, '40
John McGowan, Q.M., 3'c, Navy, Ex., '43
John McGrath, Navy, '43
Patrick McGuigan, Cpl., Army, '42
Terry McGuire, F.C., 3'c, Navy, '43
Martin McKay, Pvt., Army, Ex., '44
Ei WILLIAM McKEE, LT., ARMY, '26
DONALD McKENZlE, CPL,, A.A.F., '40
Timothy McKinney, A.R.M., 2fc, Navy, A.C-, '40
Harold McMocken, '38
William McKevin, Navy, Ex., '42
Edwin McWilliam, Ens., Navy, '37
Thomas McWilliams, Army, '42
George Medved, '37
John Meeks, Marine, '36
Thomas Meeks, Army, '41
John Melius, Capt., A.A.F., '35
J. G. Melius, Lt., Navy, A.C., '32
Richard Mengert, S2fc, Navy, '44
James Merriman, Navy, '39
John Merriman, 1st Lt., A.A.F., '40
Richard Merriman, A.A.F., Res., '44
Patrick Mertens, Capt., A.A.F., '41
John Mertens, Lt., A.A.F, '40
Clark Mienhart, Merchant Marine, '36
Robert Miles, Navy, Ex., '42
Etter Milla, P.F.C., Army, '42
Hugh Millgard, Lt. Com., Navy, '33
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Leonard Miotke, Navy, '41
Clement Molitor, MfSgt., Army, '36
Robert Molitor, Sp. CAD 3'c, Navy, '38
John Moon, Army, '43
Rfchard Moore, Pvt., Army, '41
George Moore, R.M., 3fc, Navy, '36
Robert Moran, Army, '43
Frank Morton, Army, '38
William Moser, Lt., Navy, A.C., '32
Wil'iam Moss, B.M., 2'c, Navy, '33
James Mounsey, Army, '41
Paul Mueller, SfSgt., Army, '32
Daniel Mulvey, Army, Ex., '42
Robert Mulvey, Navy, Ex., '42
Daniel Murphy, Lt., A.A.F., '37
Daniel Murphy, Lt., Navy, A.C., '42
Henry Murphy, Ens., Navy, '38
Joseph Murphy, Marine, '43
John Nelson, Lt., A.A.F.
George Nesbitt, A.A., 1f'c, Navy, '42
Francis Newby, Army, '43
Joseph Newland, Alc, A.A.F., '44
William Norberg, '38
Gerald O'Brien, Sf'Sgt., A.A.F., '43
Michael O'Brien, Lt., A.A.F., '41
Richard O'Brien, Army, 34
Thomas O'Brien, Wfo, A.A.F., '43
William O'Connel, Army, '35
James A. O'Conner, Gen., Army, 1902
Robert O'Conner, Navy, Ex., '43
Cyril O'Donnell, Army, '35
William Ogle, Lt., A.A.F., '41
Lawrence O'Hare, Cpl., A.A.F., '40
Larry O'Keefe, Capt., Army, Ex., '36
James O'Leary, S 2fc, Navy, A.C., '44
Francis O'Leary, Lt., A.A.F., '36
Leon Olney, Army, '42
William O'Maltey, Army, '45
Eugene O'Neil, FfO, A.A.F., '40
Francis O'Neil, Sgt., Army, '39
Fredrick O'Neil, S 2fc, Navy, '42
Paul O'Neil, Army, '37
Richard O'Neill, Lt., Navy, '37
EEJAMES ORCHARD, SGT., ARMY, '41
Raymond Orchard, Navy, '44
Lewis Oriard, Pvt., Army, '42
Edward O'Shea, A.A.F., '42
Raymond Ouimet, Navy, Ex., '40
Robert Overiorde, Merch. Mar., Ex., '43
John Ozzane, Army, Ex., '44
Lawrence Patterson, Af's, V-12, Navy, '40
EEGREGORY PARKER, NAVY, '37
John Porta, Army, Ex., '33
John Parker, Pvt., Army, '42
William Pellanda, Jr., Army, '32
Otto J. Penna, Lt., Army, '36
Robert Pentz, Cpl., Army, '39
David Petty, A.A.F., '4-3
Alvin Pino, Navy, Ex., '42
Phillip Pino, Navy, Ex., '42
Anton Pointenin, Army, '41
Thomas Poole, A.O.M., 3fc, Navy, A.C., '43
Jcmes Pope, S 2'c, Navy, A,C,, '44
Albert Porta, Ff'o, A.A.F., Ex., '38
Alfred Porta, PltnfSgt., Marine, '39
John Porter, Coast Guard, '45
Donald Porter, Sgt., Army, '35
Wayne Porter, TJ5, Army, '38
Froncis Potesky, F 1t'c, Navy, '43
Willis Pottratz, Ens., Navy, '42
Ralph Prosser, M.M., 1f'c, Coast Guard, '39
Wallace Prosser, R.M., 1fc, Coast Guard, '42
Harold Raef, Pvt., Army, '44
Edward Randall, Army, lMed. Dis.J, '37
Robert Randall, Army, lMed. Dis.J, '39
Joseph Ranney, Sf'Sgt., Army, '35
James Rassilyer, Navy, '43
Frank Rathgeber, Pvt., A.A.F., '44
Orlondo Rego, Ml'Sgt., Army, '34
Joseph Rekofke, Lt., Army, '39
Robert Rekofke, H.A., lfc, Navy, Ex., '43
Francisco Ressa, S 1'c, Navy, '43
John Ressa, Pvt., A.A.F., '42
Nicholas Ressa, Navy, '40
Robert Reilly, Lt., Army, '38
William Reilly, Cpl., Army, '40
James Reichman, Navy, Ex., '40
Joseph Rickenbock, Army, fMed. Dis.J, '33
John Riley, Navy, '32
Edward Ringwood, M.M., 2fc, Navy, '41
Jerome Riardan, P.F.C., Army, '39
John Riordan, Lt., Navy, '32
Edmund Ripple, P.F.C., A.A.F., '40
James Riske, Sgt., Marine, '42
Vernon Riske, Pvt., Marine, '44
Leonard Rizzuto, S.'Sgt., A.A.F., '38
Eugene Roberts, Lt. Col., A.A.F., '35
William Robbins, Pvt., Army, '43
Frank Robinson, Lt., Army, '32
William Robinson, Navy
Roswell Rosauer, sfsgf., Army, '40
Harold Rose, '39
John Rotchford, Army, '39
Gena Rotunda, H.A., 1fc, Navy, '43
Aubrey Rowles, Sf'Sgt., A.A.F., '32
Donald Rowles, Army, '30
Edward Rowles, Jr., Army, '27
William Royce, Army, '36
Robert Ryan, Navy, Ex., '43
Natal M. Scaler, Army, '31
Leonard Scarpelli, Lt., Marine, '41
Joseph Scarpelli, S lfc, Navy, '42
Nicholas Scarpelli, P.F.C., Marine, '42
Fei LOUIS SCHADEGG, LT., ARMY, '29
Harold Schafer, S 2'c, Navy, '44
John Schoul, B.M., 1t'c, Navy, '40
John Schiffner, Army, '35
John Schille, '35
John Schlosser, Army, Ex., '43
Zena Schmidt, Army, '43
Wallace Schoen, Army, Ex., '41
Willard Schoen, Army, Ex., '41
Raymond Schroeder, Army, '43
Robert Schroeder, T'Sgt., Army, '39
Joseph Scoiley, Pvt., Marine, '39
Deane Scott, S lfc, Navy, Ex., '42
John Scott, P.F.C., Marine, fMed. Disj, '41
Lester Scott, P.F.C., Marine, '43
Carrol Seeley, Lt., Army, '36
John Seeley, Capt., A.A.F., '36
FQREV. CURTIS J. SHARP, S. J., CHAP., ARMY
Robert Sharp, sfsgr., Army, '40
Emmett Shearer, S 2fc, Navy, A.C., '45
Roger Shearer, Army, '36
FEGUY SHELLEDY, ARMY, '40
Patrick Shelledy, R.M., 3fc, Navy, '43
Michael Sheridan, '34
Ardell Sheridan, Army, '42
George Sherberg, Army, Ex., '42
Paul Sherberg, Army, '41
Frank Shinn, Marine, '42
Maxwell Shinn, Lt., Navy, '40
James Sisk, Ens., Navy, '39
John Sisk, Lt., A.A.F., '32
Maurice Sisk, l.M., 1'c, Coast Guard, '33
Thomas Sketfington, Lt., A.A.F., '37
William Skeffingtcn, Cpl., A.A.F., '36
John Sleovin, Army, '40
Henry Slominski, Pvt., Army, Ex., '44
Harold Smead, Afs, V-12, Navy, '43
John Smith, S 11'c, Navy, '43
Lyle Sorby, Army, '39
Thomas Spangler, Ens., Navy, '39
John Spilker, R.M., 3f'c, Navy, '42
William Spilker, Cpl., Army, '42
Joseph Springer, Army, CMed. Dis.J, '41
Wilbert Stachotsky, Army, '40
George Staehali, Lt., Navy, A.C., '39
Richard Staeheli, Pvt., A.A.F., '36
Federick Stafford, S 2fc, Navy, A.C., Ex., '
Theodore Stanek, C.P.O., Navy, '37
E ROBERT STAPLETON, NAVY, EX., '42
Michael Stimson, S lfc, Navy, Ex., '44
Carl Stalle, Lt., A.A.F., '43
John Stoltz, Navy, '42
William Stone, Lt., Navy, A.C., '41
Robert Storms, R.M., 3fc, Navy, '44
Robert Strecker, '41
Joseph Strufel, A.A.F., '40
George Struble, Army, '39
John Sullivan, Navy, '35
Robert Sutich, P.F.C., A.A.F., '42
Peter Swantek, Ph.M., 3fc, Navy, '43
Bernard Swartz, Navy, Ex., '41
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Donald Sweeney, Capt., Army
Jerry Sweeney, Army, '42
Jerome Sweeney, Capt., Army, '35
Joseph Sweeney, Army, '31
Lawrence Sweeney, Lt., A.A.F., '35
David Swenson, Ffa, A.A.F., '40
Ferdinand Swenson, Midshipman, Navy, '42
Joseph Swontowski, sfsgf., Army, '36
Raymond Takisaki, Army, '43
Bernard Tally, Navy, '41
Robert Tavernia, Cox., Navy, '40
Daniel Taylor, G.M., 3fc, Navy, Ex., '43
Hobart Tenneff, '38
Donald Terhaar, Cpl., Marine, '41
Edward Teskey, S.M., 3fc, Navy, '43
Fredrick Theriault, M.O.M.M., Navy, '40
John Theriault, Lt. Col., A.A.F., '36
Bernard Thomas, Lt, A.A.F., '33
Robert Thompson, W.O., fi.g.l, Army, '38
William Thompson, Army, '40
William Thurston, '39
George Tichbourn, Army, '40
Fredrick Timmermon, S 1fc, Navy, '43
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Frank Tolar, S 2fc, Navy, '44
Charles Tonani, Coast Guard, '45
John Tracy, S.'Sgt., Army, '38
John Tracy, Navy, Ex., '42
Harold Triesch, A.A.F., '40
James Triesch, Cpl., A.A.F., '35
Richard Triesch, P.F.C., A.A.F, '43
Darrell Trowbridge, '38
Terence J Tulley, Gen., Army, 1917
Et HENRY TWOHY, COM., NAVY, '22
John Twohy, Maior, Marine, '37
Kevin Twohy, Lt., Navy, '35
Steve Twohy, Y 3!c, Navy, '43
Paul Thorton, Army, '41
Theodore Van Veen, TfSgt., Army, '35
Arthur Velling, Army, '40
Leander Verzatt, Army, '39
Robert Vetto, Navy, '41
Roy Vetto, Afs, V-12, Navy, '44
JOl'1l1 Vid, S 2412, Navy, '44
George Vinneau, Cpl., Marine, '40
Charles Vollmer, S 1fc, Navy, Ex., '44
Richard Vomaske, Lt., A.A.F., '42
Rodrick Wallen, S 1fc, C.G., Ex., '42
Marvin Ward, Lt., A.A.F., '42
Charles Warren, Midshipman, Navy, '40
Herbert Warren, S 2fc, Navy, A.C., Ex., '43
Patrick Walsh, Lt., A.A.F., '43
Robert Walsh, S 2fc, Navy, Ex., '45
Thomas Walsh, Merch. Mar., Ex., '45
John Waltz, Pvt., Marine, '34
George Watson, F 2fc, KE.M.l, Navy, '44
Joseph Weaver, Sgt., A.A.F., '32
William Weiser, Marine, '42
Robert Welch, Marine, Ex., '43
Eugene Weller, '35
Patrick Weller, Navy, '44
Richard Weller, Afs, V-12, Navy, '42
Woodrow Weller, Army, QMed. Dis.l, '31
Thomas Wernette, Sgt., Army, '38
Edward Wert, O.C,S., Army, '41
Robert Wert, '40
James Weston, '38
William Weyer, A.M.M., 2fc, Navy, A.C., '44
FRANK WHITAKER, LT. COM., NAVY, '28
Fred White, Midshipman, Navy, '32
SED WHITFORD, PVT., ARMY, '41
Harvey Wick, Lt., Navy, A.C., '39
Robert Wilkinson, A.A.F., '44
John Williams, Afc, A.A.F., '42
John Winkler, R.M., 3fc, Navy, Ex., '43
EJOHN WINSLOW, PVT., ARMY, '36
George Witter, Afs, V-12, Navy, '37
Herbert Woolson, Army, '34
George Yarno, Capt., A.A.F., '38
Richard Yarno, Army, iMed. Dis.l, Ex., '43
William Yedinak, S lfc, Navy, '43
Sherman Yochum, M.M., 2fc, Navy, '39
Charles Yoder, '33
David Yoder, Army, '40
Clement Yuse, R.M., 3fc, Navy, '43
Mclyle Zumwalt, Lt., Co., A.A.F., '36
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obiectives are to promote sports in the Inland Empire. We feel
that it is our place to lend a helping hand where the cause is
A little humor and good fun is relished by all men, young and
old, and we try to incorporate these factors in our endeavors.
We believe that a sound program of sports and physical fit-
ness is essential to the youth of our nation, and it is to this end
that we dedicate our efforts.
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G.H.s. 27, N.c. 13. S
Nov 4-Associated Service Clubs buy tickets for the entire i
student-body to the Boy's Town game. i
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Nov 7-All vote for Gonzaga-Rogers Shrine game. CWe'll 1
be sorryj. '
Nov. 9-Student-body meeting, Leash meeting, play practice, W 3l5-l7 Mclrl Pl't0rle: RlV. 9385
debaters meet, Chapel talk-School is getting com- i
plicatecl. i 7 .... A.,
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Dec. 4-Mr. Ripple treats fooiball lefiermen!
To the Graduating Class
Dec. 5-Reireai underway-Father A. B. Corrigan gels off
fo flying sfori.
Dec. 6-Gonzaga boys sfill aciing sirange.
Dec. 7-Still silence reigns-This must be serious! I
Dec. 'I2-Christmas vacation calendar posted!-Le1's see!
Dec. 13-Basketball practice-here we go!
Dec. 19-Sophomore debaiers at it again!
Dec. 22-No one here!-Chrisimas vacation!
Jan. 3-What a baskeiball team! G.H.S. 46, N.C. 44. P X E ,
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. ll-Sock 81 Buskin invades Mt. St. Michael's-Brother
Jan. 12-Heartbreaker!-l.. C. 42, G.H.S. 27.
. 'I6-Gonzaga Debaters overcome Marycliff's feminine
'I9-Rogers 28, G.H.S. 27-enough said!
. 23-Examinations--oh, dear!
. 26-The end. Whew!
Basketball-G.H.S. 39, N.C. 32.
Jan. 29-New Semester-Clean slate-Not for long!-Just wait!
Feb. 2-Basketball-G.H.S. 27, L.C. 33.
Feb. 5-"Career Angel" under way.
. 6-Debcters plan Tacoma-Seattle trip. Why didn't l
. 7-There are still a few Reader's Digests on sale in the
office. Price, 'I5c.
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to the Class of 1945
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We who are soon to ioin them salute our classmates who
are already in our Country's service.
Raymond Crowley, G.U. '49
Robert Cummings, U.S.C.G.
Matthew Frederick, U.S.N.
Joseph Gage, U.S.N.
John Henderson, U.S.N.
James Kinder, U.S.N.
Lewis Knezevich, U.S.N.
Marvin Lavoy, U.S.N.
Virgil Messenger, U.S.N.
Beniamin Schuller, G.U. '49
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We appreclate your patronage Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ryan
The Graduating Class of '45
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A Frfeim' of Gonzaga
The Graduates of '45
Reminds all of us that
"Mz'Z,5 is Good and Goodfbr You"
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Fr. Baltussen, S. J., Moderator
9-G.H.S. 24, Rogers 25.
14-Debate team leaves!
16-N.C. falls 35 to 32.
20-Elocutionists on the mark!
-Debaters place 5th among 70 teams represented at
23-At it again-L.C. 30, Gonzaga 38.
24-Peter's Pence 5150.00 to Rome from G.H,S.
-Bellarmine bows to Gonzaga's debaters.
2-G.H.S. last round Champs-Rogers 27, Gonzaga 31.
9-Father Duffy's basketball clinic growing popular.
14--Elocution Semi-Finals-Big turnout.
16-"Career Angel" to be presented at Masonic Temple,
20-Quarter exams approaching-What next!
23-Stations of the Cross!
28-Big pre-sale for "Career Angel."
Compliments to the
Class of '45
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Tijl INLAND Compliments
lun Mu to The
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To the Graduates
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The Knights of the Leash is an honor and service society for the pro-
motion of interest in all the activities of Gonzaga High School and as-
sumes leadership in the realization of the spiritual ideals, intellectual
activities and athletic programs of Gonzaga High School. This club is
limited to twenty-five members, chosen from among the junior and
senior classes by the Leash and the Faculty. The Knights of this year
have done their best to live up to their ideals.
.lim Presley .......... .,,,,s...,,,,,,,,,, , . ...,,,,,,,, President
Mike Scarpelli ...,.... Vice President
Bill Burns ,,,s.,,.. ..,,....,,..,,,s S ecretary
Tom Butler ,,,,.c, ,..... T reasurer
Chuck Tonani ,.,,,, ,,,,..,., S ergeant-at-Arms
Joe Kilburg Don Ryder John Goodrich
Leo Schovaers Harold Sandell Mark Derr
Jim Rotchford Mike Cronin Morrie Gruber
Denny Kelly Pat Sweeney Ev Rooney
Joe Retzel Don Niehaus Art Sontgerath
Del Smith Chuck Sorini Joe Lavin
Joe Retzel, Dennis Kelly, and Virgil Scarpelli nomi-
nated to take the Pepsi-Cola scholarship examina-
-Joe Retzel wins Senior Division Gold Medal Elacu-
tion, while John Hopkins and Jim De Groot split the
School burns down but students are undisturbed.
-Two thousand see "Career Angel"-acclaimed Gon-
School opens in University Building.
-Sock 81 Buskin again invades the Mount. Brother
Connors' still entertaining.
-Bullpups wallop Indians 7 to 2.
-Lewis 81 Clark smothered 14 to 2.
-Gonzaga and Rogers at it again-Gonzaga 3,
-Hiking Club plans hike via bus.
The Home of Quality
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CENTRAL FISH MARKET
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God Bleu the Clam'
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W. 609 Main Ave. Phone: Main 2882
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Success to the Grads of 1945
and the New Gonzaga Hi
Ed Schafer Jack Curran
Gene Bosch Don Niehaus
Frank Yuse Mike Cronin
John Royce Pete de Roetth
Paul Robe Al Weyand
Pat Church Ray Tavernia Joe Lavin
Tom Kreutz Chuck Sorini Dick Fife
Joe Verhey Hube Randall Al Deviny
Pat Morris Ray Ankerson Pat Nyman
Pat Sweeney .,,,,... A.,.......,.....,,,s,,s.,.. ,.s,s,...,. , P resident
Joe Lavin ....,,s,. .....,. V ice President
Jack Smith s.....,... ,,,s.,......... S ecretary
Morrie Gruber ...........,,,,..,,..,.,s,., ........,.s......., T reasurer
Tom McLaughlin ..,...,...,,s...A.,,,,vs.,..s...., Sergeant-at-Arms
Fr. Joseph F. McDonnell, S. J .siss,,,ss.c,,...,...., Moderator
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Milk, Cream and Ice Cream
W. 4l2 Riverside
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Mining - Milling 81 Sawmill Machinery
Boiler Shop - Foundry - Machine Shop
Structural Steel Tank and Plate Work
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Or at times it's out of hand,
Drop it off at Madame Clink's
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W. 429 First Ave. Main 6465
Congratulatlons to the Senior Class ot 45
hom Room Zayfzi
Fr Francis Blaes, S. J., Moderator
First Semester Second Semester
President Bill Kelly President H Swanson
Vice President T Ludwig Vice President P Kurose
Secretary Bill Reilly Secretary M McKenna
lreasurer Ed Rekofke Treasurer M Kosteka
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to the Class of '45 l OF
Mcnomll seed cop Inland Mom'
N. 1326 Oak
OF 5 of
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748 Peyton Bldg. E. 4100 Sprague L. 6531
'And Best Wislles to the
Class of '45
Clifton ll Applegate
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Wishes to express their congratulations to the
Senior Class of 'I945
Vice President-John Gowanlock
Vice President-Justin Seipp
Apr. 30-Culver Smith places second in Diocesan Oratorical ,
Contest. E I
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and Spokane at the State Oratoricol Meet.
May 4-Joe Retzel gives first student chapel Moy talk. Complete lnsurcnce Service
Moy 8-Rogers jinx still holds. Zags drop first game this
year 9 to 6' 624 Peyton Bldg.
May 9-Leash members for coming year elected. Main 2334
May 'l'I-Solemn High ending a successful Vocation Week-
Big, highlighted by talks from prominent business
May T5-Gonzaga at North Central baseball again.
May 'I7-Cgonzaga at LC.
May ia-cny Track Meei. Sa
May 22-Rogers and Gonzaga-Final Game-City Champs.
May 24-Senior Exams. Fgr
May 25-Senior Exams.
May 28-Senior Exams. Seniors finished Cperiodl. Shoes and Repalrlng
May 31-Underclossmen Exams.
June 1-Underclassmen Exams. 702 Main Ave' Main 5479
June 4-Underclassmen Exams.-Graduation.
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Dale Chasse ,,,,,,,s
John Hopkins .,..,,,,, ,,,,,,... V ice President
Joe Weyer ,o,.e ,.r. - ...o,,..,A.... S ecretary
Dick Cunz,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,s..,,,, ,.,.,.....,,,A.,. T reasurer
Alfred Mengert, s,,s,,,.......,,,., ,.,,o,,o S ergeant-at-Arms
Fr. Peter O'Grady, S. J., ,,,... ,,....,,s..,,, , Moderator
Wishing the best ot luck to the leaders in the "New Gonzaga
Drive" cmd prornising our fullest cooperation until our New
School is finished.
Rev. F. James
Hurley, S. J ......... ...... . Moderator
Benny Lenoue ,... , ........ , ....., ,,..,
Tom Foley. ........., ,,,,,,
Class of 946
John Lien Joe Lenartz
Joe Ringwood ...,, ,,,,,,,, S ecretary
Dave Robinson ,,,..MYM,YY,YYYYYY, Treasurer
Anflwny Via ....... ........ S ergeant-at-Arms
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