Gonzaga Preparatory School - Luigian Yearbook (Spokane, WA)
- Class of 1947
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Annual publication of the
Associated Students of
Gonzaga High School
Edward Smith - Editor
Ted Chihara - Associate Editor
Harry Swanson - Associate Editor
James McQuiston - Sports Editor
Henry Higgins - Business Manager
HE TASK of bringing the pages of a book to life, so that
they might tell their own story is one that takes careful planning
and constant striving. Such has been the endeavor of the Luigian
Staff this year. And this is what We have tried to the best of our
ability to produce, a book that will help you to live the days of
the past year over again as often as you page through its familiar
Iust as important as the factual knowledge a teacher imparts to his students are the
attitudes and ideals he either consciously or unconsciously inspires in them. Father
Patrick Ioyc has devoted twenty years of his Iesuit career to teaching in Gonzaga
High. It is doubtful whether very many of his former pupils can still boast a schol-
arls familiarity with the French tongue. And certainly they did not all profit as
much as they should have from his classes in Religion. But there will ever remain
the memory of his joyful spirit and with it the important lesson that there is always
a pleasant side if one will only take the trouble to discover it. For this lesson we are
grateful, and in appreciation of his many years of self-sacrificing labor in the class-
room we dedicate to Fr. Ioye this 1947 edition of the Luigian.
FR. GERALD McDONALD, S.J
FR. LEO ECKSTEIN, S.J.
FR FRANCIS' E."'C'OR'K'EsRY,e'S.J-4' K"L " H " ' W rFR.s'M'ATHlA'S W'lLH'ELM, S.J.
President of Gongaga University Vice President of Gonzaga University
and High School and High School
FR. FRANCIS HARRINGTON, S.J
Head Prefect of Resident Students,
FR. FRANCIS BLAES, S.J.
Latin, Religion, Moderator of
FR. JOHN COUGHLIN. S.J,
FR. PATRICK JOYE, S.J.
FR. TIMOTHY GLANCEY. S.J.
Latin, English, Algebra, Religion
FR. HARRY JAHN, S.J.
Geometry, Advanced Algebra,
Religion, Faculty Moderator of
FR. RONALD HERRON, S.J.
English, Rellglon, Senior Moderator
FR, MICHAEL TOULOUSE, S.J.
Latln, Algebra, English, Religion,
FR. EDWIN SPRAGUE, S.J.
Latin, Hlstory, Rellgion
MR. VICTOR ZEHNDER, S.J.
Physics, Solld Geometry, Assistant
Prefect of Resldent Students
MR. HOWARD MORAN, S.J.
Geometry, Algebra. Assistant
Moderator of Athletics
MR. DANIEL LYONS. S.J.
Sociology, American Government,
Moderator of Debating Soclety,
A.sslstant Prefect of Resldent
PR. PATRICK CONWAY, S.J,
Latin, History, Religion
FR. MICHAEL KUNZ, S.J.
Chemistry, Religion, Moderator of
MR. LUCAS KREUZER, S.J.
Latin, English. History, Religion,
Moderator of Dramatics, Assistant
Prefect of Resident Students,
MR. MICHAEL McMUGH, S.J.
English, Rellglon, Moderator of
Knights of Altar, Coach of
MR. RICHARD SISK, S.J.
Ancient and Medieval History,
Religion, Wa.shington State
History, Lulgian Advisor,
Assistant Prefect of Resident
MR, JOHN MONAHAN, S.J.
Greek, English, Religion,
MR. WILFRED SCHOENBERG, S.J.
Ancient and Medieval History,
Modern History, Washington State
MR. ALEC RIPPLE
English, Ancient History,
Washington State History,
.MR. MAXWELL CHAPMAN
U. S. Hi.story, American
MR. EMMETT BUCKLEY, S.J.
MR. RICHARD MCGINN
English, Bookkeeping, Muslc
Instructor, Director of Band
MR. FRANK MCDONNELL
Spanish, Director of Glee Club
WILLIAM FRAZlER, Director of Athletics and JOHN GOODWIN, Coach of Baseball. JERRY
Physical Education, Head Coach of Football, Base- PERKINS, Assistant Coach of Baseball.
ball, and Track. GERALD BAKER, Assistant
Coach of Football.
Vice-President, 1st Sem.
Freshman Consultor, 1st Sem
LARRY COLEMAN JOHN HOPKINS
President, 1st Sem. President, 2nd Sem.
Treasurer, 1st Sem.
Freshman Consultor, 2nd Sem.
Secretary, 1st and 2nd Sem.
Treasurer, 2nd Sem.
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. . . . The largest group of Freshmen ever to enter Gonzaga, they started off
by grabbing the city football title together with N. C ..... Backfielders Nick
Merriman, Tom Sprague, Mike Lake, and Bob Rowles, together with line-
men Iohn Clinton, Ed Bates, and the Boyle Twins, starred consistently ....
In the Loyalty Cup race, Greenie classes were among the leaders throughout
the year and Room 126 finally brought home the coveted trophy ....
First Row: Bill Ryan, John lhle, Dick Church, Dick Flynn, Terry McCarty, Bob Goodwin,
Dennis Herlihy, Roger Dieter. Second Row: Duncan McDowell, Neil Cronin, Bill Broderson,
,IBC Riley, Ricnard Siers. Nick Merriman, Dick Sells, Tom Miller. Third Row: Pat Faltico,
Jack Allen, Jim Schroeder, John Ongarato, Tommy Deno. Mark Coleman, Martin Harrington.
Fourth Row: Mark Richeson, George Richardson, Ed Bates, Bob Corrigan, Duane Ennis,
Pat Nevers, Ray Wiltzius, Paul Kapfer. Fifth Row: Tom Sprague, Dale Kinder, Pat Lynch,
Walt Hardin, Roy Velling, Don Heller, Jim Lucas.
First Row: Joe Kingsolver, Louis Berto, Joe Weitensteiner, Frank Curran, Robert Alexander,
Robert Duffy, Don Muzatko. Second Row: Jim Santora, Wilfred Hoff, Larry Smith, Charles
Cutz, Jim J. Brown, Kent Emert, Mike Lake. Third Row: Rodney Potts, Lee Wilkinson,
Charles Hennessey, Bob Albrich, Bill Meyer, Ed Schoenberg. Fourth Row: George Barta,
John Aughney, Bob Pullin, Robert Tanksley, Billy Thomas, Cyril Vinneau. Fifth Row: Jerry
Wallis, Frank Griffith, Lawrence Dettrich, Walt Schmidt, Dave Frawley, Ken
Egerman, Tom McCloskey.
. . . . The Frosh Basketball team developed at least three men who will prob-
ably see varsity action next year: Tom Sprague, Pat Lynch, and Neil Cronin
More Frosh placed on the Honor Roll than any other year Nick
Merriman, Bob Corrigan, and Bud Goodwin chased stories for the Gon-
zagan, while Dennis Herlihy, Ed Bates, and Tom Sprague worked their
Way onto the Luigian business staff ....
First Row: Gilbert Chertrude, Eddie Stasney, Eddie Fallon, Dale De Shaw, Joseph Pasterski,
James Ralph, Larry McCollim, Bill O'Rellly. Second Row: Jim Barker, George Weller, Charles
Schimmels, Dick Chastek, Joel Smith, Dan Walsh, James Gallagher. Third Row: John
Oliveri, Roger Steele, Allan Atkinson, Norman Williams, Charles Sauvageau, Chester Hop-
kins, Vincent Schmidt, Jim Brown, Fourth Row: Harry Murphy, Daniel Cowell, George
Bolta, Larry Gooley, Dick Hawkins, Michael Linehan, Bill Jones, Cippy Paulsen,
First Row: Jake Hyrcenko, Bill La Vigne, Pat Barrington, Albert Schlosser, Dick Archer,
Jim Zinkgraf, Roy Hoerner. Second Row: Wayne Sattler, Bill McCraigie, Bob Shirley, Bob
Kalez, Norman Flickinger, Allie Boyle, Bob Sullivan. Third Row: Jim Moore, Julius
Pieroni, Bob Rowles, John Clinton, Bud Green, Dick Kofmehl. Fourth Row: Alvin Boyle,
Ronald Bergman, Pat Pearson, Hal Kelly, John Slusser.
Howard, Egan, Connell, Sprague, Powers, and Whelan took home A
testimonials every quarter .... Ioe Lynch, Whit Smith, Dave Millsap, and
Dick Sprague lettered in football .... Sophomore talent was conspicuous in
the debate teams .... Sprague and Lynch Won letters in basketball, Burns,
Bailey, Charlton, and Helbling fired the "B" team through a successful
First Row: Jlm Kelly, Tom State, Tony Cafaro, Jack Dionne, Louie Baumer, Jerry Lehman,
Jerry Lassell, Bob Egan. Second Row: Paul Arnold, Jim Powers, Ray Tanksley, Don Con-
nell, Mark Kelly, Don Garigen, Mert Neumann. Third Row: Monty Whelan, Tom Clark,
Buck Bailey. Dave Proctor, John McBride. Mike Welch, Whit Smith. Fourth Row: Vic
Vedelago, Dick Tilli.sch, John Saegner, Bart Malonei, Bob Magnuson, Melvin Hartmeier. Fifth
Row: Joe Cain, Joe Lynch, Al Charlton, Dick Sprague, Dick Werner. Missing: Bud Howard,
Jim Little, Bob Kelly, James Johns, Bill Donais, Joe Butzerin.
First Row: Jim Rooney, Bob Weber, Don Raftis, Roy Stiles, Charles Petersen, Pat
Kenney, Lin Morse, Jerry Peterson. Second Row: John Madden, Jim Murray, Bob Burns,
Bob Haag, Dick Slguaw, Dick Bernier, Don Etten. Third Row: John McDonnell, Jack Malo,
Tom Watson, Don Croteau, Mike Shenon, Gene Chance. Fourth Row: Henry Clinkenbeard,
Dick Culhane, Henry Schlueter, Floyd Goodwin, Jack Teters. Missing: Bob Flaherty,
Jim Dwyer, John Workland.
Bob Kelly and Iim Powers took roles in "Arsenic and Old Laeew
an all-Sophomore production staff ran things backstage .... Lappano,
Sprague, Burns, and Arnold showed lots of promise on the diamond ....
Baumer and Connell worked on the Luigian staff .... Charlton, Sprague,
and Helbling carried the sehool's colors on the Cinder paths .... Iim Powers
won the Iunior Elocution contest ....
First Row: Kenneth Holbert, Dick Brown, Dan Coyle, Jim Eierdam, Carl Petrone, Bob
Presnell, Joe Binder, Francis Ryan. Second Row: Theophile Dolle, Bob Cambern, Ed Brown.
Don Bosch, Denny Howard, Jack Rizzuto, Louie Pontieri. Third Row: Paul Brooks, Bill
Gustafson, John Froehlich, Bill Foster, Gary Bingaman, David Millsap, John Flanigan.
Fourth Row: Erl Malters, Mike Rosman. Ernie Leonard, Bob Fallon, .Joe Liest, Bernard
Haag, Miller Humphrey, John Hamberg. Missing: Bill Loosmore, Joe
O'LaughIin, Dan Petretee, Joe Schaller.
First Row: Pat Casey, John Holland, Jim Stevenson, Bob Devereaux, Bill Helbling, Alan
Matoon, Ted Stegeman. Second Row: Dick Bethel, Fred Downs, Bob Winkler, John Hern,
Bill Presley, Tom Lappano. Third Row: Don Dolan, Mike Walsh, Bill Gugler, Ed Hoerner,
Leo Carano. Herman Elixman. Fourth Row: Bob Stephens, Bob Spencer, Marvin Glover,
Dick Meyer, Peter Budig, Chuck Mason. Missing: Ray Messenger, Larry Orth.
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....The Iunior Class Won the annual Gonzaga Night award Codd, Conley,
Seipp, Schulte, and Watson turned in some great football games .... Sitter, Nelson,
and Kelly sparked the basketball team through an impressive season .... Schulte,
Rose, and McTighe were great in "Arsenic and Old Lace" .... Manson, Cronin,
and Caffrey were mainstays on the state champion debate team .... Caffrey and
Cronin copped first and second places respectively in the Apologetics contest ....
Travo, Sitter, Slater, and Cronin starred on the varsity baseball nine .... Iim De-
Groat took first place in the Senior Elocution contest.
First Row: Ralph Schoenberg, Neil Stach, Jon Rose, Len Sitter, Bill Landreville. Jim Gannon. Regis
King. Second Row: Kerry Marsh, Armand Gauthier, Charles Hopkins, Phil Phleger, Frank Cronin,
Dick Porter, Bill Ralph, Bob Sweeney. Third Row: Don Manson, John Gowanlock, Jim Hutton. Ray
Schulte, Walt Devlin, Budd Neumann. Leo Fell. Fourth Row: Ed Caffrcv, Ed McTighe, Dick Knop,
Don Golob, Bill Davis, George Clink. Fifth Row: Ned Conley, Bob Codd, Ed Dahy.
First Row: John Bombino, Bob Buchanan, Joe Slead, Roger Gross, AI Verna. Jim Amann. Second
Row: Pat Weyer, Roger Coleman, Tom McAstocker, Bob Zinkgraf, Larry Fotchman. Third Row:
Dick Culhane, Pat Alverson, Don Showalter, Roy Dahl, Fourth Row: Al Ammann, Jim Slater, Jim
Rocca, Pat Wilson. Fifth Row: Bob Gillespy, Duane Willis, Dan Miller, Joe Raftis. .
First Row: Bill Cameron, Jim Hoff, Vic Petretee, Peter Lobo, Chuck Hamlin, Hod Moore,
mont. Second Row: Bill Picou, Bob Fleming, Dave Huetter, Roy Donnelly, Jerry Foley,
Third Row: Chuck Merino, Don Carpenter, Jim Browne, Jim Johnston, Jim De Groat.,
Fourth Row: Joe Travo, Jim Watson, Bob Cuzzetto, Frank Scarano. Fifth Row: Jerry
Duffy, Leo Murphy, Frank Hoffman.
PICTURED ON PRECEDING PAGE
Senior Class Officers: John Hopkins, Vice
President, Bob Olson, Sergeant-at-Arms, Dan
Crowley, President, and Mike Kostecka, Sec-
The bells have summoned the class of ,47 to school for the last time. Its mem-
bers pass onto higher pursuits and only their record remains behind. Not a tre-
mendously impressive record, maybe, but a record of which they as well as their
Alma Mater can be proud. .
sports they have consistently played the game in true Gonzaga fashion. While
X I W In scholarship and school activities they have made a conspicuous showing. In
if not producing any championship teams in the major sports, they contributed a
large part to the making of previous first-place teams.
Perhaps their greatest achievement was in the important Held of Speech, developing, as they did, orators
whose fame reached far beyond the bounds of this Northwest.
For the past four years the members of the class of ,47 have worked together, studied together, and
played together. They have shared failures and successes. Now, almost before this book reaches their hands,
they will each have gone their different ways never to come all together again. Still, it is certain that the
grouping of their pictures together on the following pages will serve to keep alive that bond of friendship and
common ideals formed during the past four years at Gonzaga.
ALFRED ANTHONY AMANN--"Al" JOHN COLEMAN AlRNOLD-"Quin-
-"Hey La" -General-- Debating 15 cy"-"What a crock of stuff"-General
KOA 35 Minor Football 3. -Hfmor Roll 4: Gamma Beta 3, 4:
Dramatics 3, 4: Otricelr 49 Mt. Angel
Seminary, Mt. Angel, Oregon 2.
LEO ALAN BALDWIN-"Five Beat" GEORGE OLIVER BEAUDRY-"Goh"
-"Hey Chass!"-General-Honor Roll -"Ya Meatheadn-General.
13 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM ARTHUR BEEMAN - NORMAN ORON BLASHILL-"Buck"
"Bill"-"That's rough"- Scientific- -"Now was that called for?"--Gen-
Class Odicer 1. eral-Gamma Beta 2, 3, 4: Officer 4:
Missoula High, Missoula. Montana, 1.
BERNARD JOSEPH BOURGO -
"Bern"-"Life is f1ueer"- General-
Lena High, Lena, S. D. 3.
EUGENE ALDEN BROWN-"Zebra"
-"B. O."-General-Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Lewis 8a Clark, 1.
ROBERT JOSEPH BUSCHER --
R-oll 45 Gamma Beta 3, 4: Richland
High, Rlichland, XVash., 2.
JOSEPH M. BUTIGAN-"Hose"-"It
ain't easy"-Scientific-Gamma Beta
3, 45 Priest River High, Priest River,
ROBERT F. CARPENTER--"Carp"-
"Don't rush me"-General-Class Of-
ficer 15 KOA 1, 2, 35 Minor Debate 15
Gonzagan 45 Band 1, 25 Minor Baseball
15 Minor Football 1, 2, 3,
DALE WILLIAN CHASSE-"Chass"
-"That's a bunch of bull"-Scientific
-Honor Roll 15 Band 1, 3.
ERNEST ALFRED BOYD-"Ernie"-
"Beats me"-General-"G" Club 45
Football 45 Tennis 1, 45 Hill Military
Academy, Portland, Oregon, 3.
EDWARD L. BUDIG-"Bugs"-'Tm
shot"-General-"G" Club 3, 45 Foot-
ball 3, 4.
THOMAS MARSHALL BURGESS-
"Tom"-"Where's Dreis"- Sc-ien-tiiic
-Honor Roll 15 Band 1, 25 Glee Club 3.
45 Debate 4.
RICHARD B'RUCE CALDWELL -
"Kocky"-"Got a Smoke, Sloss?"--
Class Officer 35 "G" Club 45 Football 4.
ALFRED EUGENE CARTY-"Ala
Roll 1, 25 Mlinor Football5 Minor Bas-
ketball 1. K -
THEODORE S. CHIHARA-"Cousin
Weak Eyes"-"Go away, I've got my
own troubles"-Honor Classlca1-Hon-
or Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Gamma Beta 3, 45
Luigian 45 Minor Baseball 15 Minor
Football 35 Hunt High, Hunt, Idaho, 1.
LAWRENCE WILLIAM COLEMAN-
I- all"-"Be at the Mode at 8:00"--
Hoinor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2:
Class Ofiicer 1, 2: Student Body Ofiicer
4: Student Council 43 KOA 1,2,3: Leash
43 "G" Club 3, 4: Minor Debate 1:
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Minor
Football 1, 2: Football 3, 4: Minor
lzfvslfetball 1: Basketball 2, 3. 4: Cap-
DANIEL E. CROWLEY-"Goof"-
"Can't, I got a. date"-Scientific-Hom
or Roll 1. 2: Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4:
Student Body Officer 2: Senior Class
Oflicer 4: Minor Debating 1: Leash 4:
"G" Club 3, 4: Luigian 2, 3, 4: Track 1:
Minor Baseball 1: Baseball 3, 4: Minor
Football 1: Football 2, 3, 4.
RONALD JAMES DAVEY-"Ron"--
"Ah, but Father, I . . . "-Classical.
JAMES ALAN DREIS-"Jim"-"Have
you seen Burgess?l'-Glee Club 3,
JOHN PATRICK DURKIN-"Dirk"-
"You don't say"-General-Gamma
Beta 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Lake Forest
High, Lake Forest, Illinois, 2.
DANIEL JAMES FALSETTO -
"False"-"What a dea1!"-General-
Class Officer 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Officer 4.
RALPH ELMER CRANDELL -
"Ralph"-"Take a flip"--Honor Roll
3: Glee Club 4: Officer 4: Science
Club 4: Lewis 8: Clark 1.
ROY ANDREW DAHMEN-"Speed"
-"See you down at the pool ha1l"--
General-Minor Football 1.
DONALD ROBERT DEHMER-"Dee'
-"Don't snow me"--Scientific-Leash
4: "G" Club 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: North
WILLIAN B. DUNN-"Bill"--"Don't
be giving me that business"--General
-Debating 3: Gonzagan 4.
KENNETH FRANCIS ENSLOW -
"Tony" - "uh-huh, OK, sehwell" --
Honor Classical-Band 1, 2, 3: Gon-
zagan 3, 4.
THOMAS RICHARD FLAHERTY-
"Rainbow"-"Get out of the back
seat, Merriman!"-General-Class Of-
ficer 1, 2, 3: "G" Club 2, 3. 4: Officer
4: Baseball 2: Minor Football 1: Foot-
ball 2. 3. 4: Cavtain 4.
ALEX FLYNN -"Axes"-"Ye gods,
it doth amaze me!"-General-Dra-
matics 4: Radio 4: Track 4: Seattle
Prep, Seattle, Washington, 3.
1: Gonzagan 2: "G" Club 2. 3, 4: Yell
King 2, 3, 4.
EDWIN E. GODLEY-"Ed"-"What?"
-General-Mfinor Football 1, 2: Minor
GLEN ARTHUR HANCOCK -
Officer 1: Debate 2: Band 1,
FRANCIS WILLIAM HARE--"Fran"
-"There ain't nobody here but us
chickens"-S-cientinc-''G" Club 3, 4:
Minor Football 1, 2: Football 3, 4: Min-
or Baseball 1: Baseball 3, 4: Track 2.
HAROLD HENRY HIGGINS-"Bounty
ing Butterbal1"-- "Jumbo, Mumbo,
Humbo and Bumlbo are sure crazy"-
Scicntiiic-Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4: Class
Officer 1, 2: Student Bodv Oilicer 4:
Student Council 4: Leash 4: "G" Club
4: Radio 4: Gonzagan 3, 4: Luizian 3.
4: Debate 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 4: Minor
Baseball 1: Minor Basketball 1: Minor
Football 1: Football 3, 4:
PATRICK WALTER FLYNN-"Pad-
Officer 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 2, 3: "G"
Club 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Minor Foot-
ball 1, 2: Football 3. 4: Boxing 1, 2. 3:
WILLIAM RUSSELL GILLINGHAM-
"Slim"-"Shut up Reilly!"-Honor
Classical-Clauss Officer 2. 3: Gamma
Beta 2, 3, 4: KOA 2, 3, 4: Glee Club
3: Band 2, 3, 4: "G" Club 4: Minor
Baseball 3: Minor Basketball 3: Bas-
Pet all 4: Track 4: Central Catholic
l izh, Portland, Oregon. 1.
GAR-RY R. GRUBER-"Honey"-"Heb
Io, Honey"-Scientific-Honor Roll 1.
2: Class Olficer 3: Gonzagan 3, 4: Bas-
ketball 2: Minor Football 3.
DONALD W. HANZEL-"B00ts"--
"Murrr-derrr!" - General- Gamma
Beta 4: Dramatics 4: KOA 4: Band 4:
Belt Valley High. Belt. Montana. 3.
FREDERICK EUGENE HESSE --
"Frecl"-"Dron dead: you bother me!"
--General-Gamma Beta 4: Glee Club
4: Venice High School, Venice, Cali-
DERAL L. HILL - "Dera.l" - "Ya,
CI0'l11d be!"-S'cientlif1c--Colfax High.
Colfax, Washington, 1.
JOHN ORVILLE HOPKINS-"John"
--"How do you get it?"-Clavsisical-
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Class OHicer 2, 3:
Senior Cl-ass Officer 4: Student Body
Oflicer 4: Leash 3, 4: Gonzagan 3, 4:
Elocution- 2, 3: Oratory 3, 4: Debate 4:
Radio 4: Valedictorian.
CARL EDWARD JUNGST-"Fritz"-
"Can't see it"-'General-Glee Club 4:
RAYMOND EDWARD KENNEY -
"Muscles"--"Giet off my back, Shy-
lock!"-General-Cilass Officer 2: Gon-
zagan 2: Debate 1, 2: Minor Basketball
MICHAEL KOSTECKA - "Kunk" -
"My aching back"--Scientif1c-Gam-
ma Beta 2, 3, 4: Officer 2, 3, 4: Class
Oflicer 2, 3: Senior Class Officer 4:
Student Body Oflicer 49 Gonzagan 3:
Luigian 3: Leash 3, 4: "G" Club 3, 4:
Track 3: Baseball 3, 4, Minor Football
2: Football 3, 4: Pendleton High,
Pendleton, Oregon, 1.
JAMES THOMAS KROETCH -"Big
Jim"-"How much!"- General --Class
Ofbcer 3, 4: Debating 1, 2.
JAMES ARTHUR LAFlKlN-"Lark"-
ALLEN 'LOUIS JOHNSON-"OIe"--
"ls that right?"-General-Gamma
Beta 3. 4: KOA 4: Clarkston High.
Clarkston, Washington, 2.
ROBERT M. KELLY-"Irish"-"Buy
your own smokes, Kurose!"- Honor
Classical-Cilass Officer 2: Leash 4:
"G" Club 3, 4: Gilee Club 4: Luigian 3.
4: Minor Football 2: Football 3: St.
Edward's Seminary, Seattle, Washing-
ALOYSIUS F. KLEINSMITH -"The
Jew"-"What does she look like?"-
General-Glee Club 4: St. John's Uni-
versity, Collegeville, Minnesota, 2,
GEORGE PATRICK KOTH-"S1uth"
-"Let'is blow this dump!"--Scien-tiflc.
PAUL HIROMI KUROSE-"Paiul"-
"Give me a smoke, Kelly!"--Honor
Classical-Honor Roll 1: Class Oflicer
1, 2, 3: Minor Basketball 1: Basketball
2, 3: Minor Track 1: Minor Baseball 2,
PAU L STAN LEY LASSELL-"Silent
"Kill lit!"-Gamma Beta 4, Faiirfleld Y0kum"-"HWS Cl1f'e"-S0ieHfifiC-
High, Fairfield, Montana, 3.
FRAN K SAMUEL LATTANZIO-"JO"
WILLIRM JOHN MACE -- "Bill" -
"Let's go, 1'm thirsty"-Class Officer
1, 2, 35 Elocution 1, 25 Debating 1, 3:
Minor Football 1, 3, Minor Baseball 1,
23 Minor Track 15 Golf 2.
MARTIN DOLAN McGOUGH-"Mar-
EDWARD JAMES MCQUISTON -
"Jim"-"Dofn't dog me 'roun-d!"-Sci-
entific-Honor Roll 1, 3, 45 Student
Council 45 KOA 1, 23 Gonzagan 3, 43
Luigian 4, Minor Football 3: O'Dea.
High, Seattle, VVashington, 1.
ALFRED JOHN MENGERT-"Pr0"-
"Wait 'tilll I tell y0u!"-Sc.ientifiC-
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 2,
3, 45 Leash 45 Minor Debate 1, 25 Min-
or Football 1g Gfolt' 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain
EDWARD JOSEPH MERTENS --
"Mert"- "Betcha four-bits" -- Scien-
tific-Band 1, 23 Min-or Baseball 1.
EDWARD JAMES LIEST-"Bung"--
"Mighty potent stuff"-Class Oflicer
4, Gamma Beta 3, 4, Glee Club 43
Minor Baseball 3: Glasgow High,
Glasgow, Montana, 2.
JACK PHILIP MASELLI-"Jackson"
-"You knfow what?"-General.
MILTON FRANCIS McKENNA -
"Mac"-"Call me at 'Cox-ts' "-Clasws'i-
cal-Class Officer 2, 3g Student Body
Oflicer 45 Student Council 4: KOA 1,
2, 3, Leash 4, Luigian 3, 4, Minoxi
Baseball 15 Baseball 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD DANIEL McWILLIAMS-
"Muck"-"What a busher!"-Classical
-Honor Roll 3, 4: Leash 43 Luligian
49 Raldio 45 Minor Baseball 3, St.
Anthony Seminary, Santa Barbara,
MICHAEL GEORGE MERRIMAN-
"Mike"--"Get ofut of the front seat,
Flaherty I ' '-Classvical-I-Ion or Roll 1,
3, 43 C-lass Officer 1, 2, 3, 45 Student
Council 3, 43 Leash 43 Gonzaganl 2, 3,
4, Minor Debate 13 Minor Football 1,
21 Footbald 3,
HAROLD DANIEL MERTENS -
"Farmer"-"Ah, you're nuts!"--Scien-
tiiic-Band 13 Min-or Baseball 13 Minor
Football 2, 3.
ROSS HENRY MOUNSEY-"Mouse"
-"Get in t-he trunk"-Hofnior Classical
-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Leash 3, 4,
"G" Club 3, 4, Drama-tricis 4, Radio 4,
Gonzagan 1, Luigian 3, 4, Yell King 3,
Minor Football 1, Minor Track 1, 2,
Golf 3, 4.
ROBERT CHRISTIAN OLSON -
"Edgy"-"And dere dey go!"-General
-Class Officer 3, 4, Slenifor Class Ofll-
cer 4, Leash 3, 4, Leash Officer 4:
Mifnor Football 3: Football 4, "G" Club
4, Shattuck High, Faribault, Minn., 2.
JAMES M. OWENS-"Jim"-"Ya, I
suppose" - General - Band 1, St.
Mary's Chewelah, Wash., 1.
FRED PRICE, Jr.-"Ferg"-"Mighty
fine"-General-Gamma Beta 3, 4, Of-
ftcer 3, 4, KOA 3, 41 Pendleton High,
Pendleton, Oregon, 2.
JOHN REMI QUINLAN -"Jack"-
"XVell, what d'ya know?"-Classical-
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 1,
25 Gonzagan 2, 3, Minor Baseball 1.
JOHN PHILIP RINGWO0D-"Snap-
per"-"Oh, No!" - General- Gamma
Beta 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, KOA 2, 4,
Athletic Manager 2, St. Joseph's Aca-
demy, Sprague, WVash., 1.
JOSEPH PATRICK 0 ' LEARY -
"Irish"-"That's all she wr0te"-Gen-
eral-Class Officer 1, 2, "G" Club 3, 4,
Minor Basketball 3, Track 1, 2, 3.
RENZO ANTHONY ONGARATO -
"Slim"-"Cut it Out!"-Scientific.
ROBERT DONALD PENDLETON -
"Pudd1es" - "Leave us go!" - Scien-
tific-Gamma Beta 2, 4, Oflicer 4,
VVest Valley High.
DONALD JOSEPH PRITCHARD -
"Doc"-"Open the door Pritchard"-
Scientific-Band 2, 3, 4, Officer 4:
Gamma Beta 2, 3, 4, Marymount Mili-
tary Academy, Tacoma, VVash., 1,
EDWARD ANTHONY REKOFKE-
"Peeper"-'Tlll never -tell"-General-
Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Body
Officer 4, KOA 1, 2, Glee Club 4, Min-
or Debate 2, Gonzagan 3, 4, Tennis
1, Minor Football 1, Minor Basketball
3, Track 23 Minor Baseball lg Baseball
JAMES ANTHONY RYAN-"Jim"-
"Going down to the dairy tonight?"
-Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4,
Minor Debating 1, M-inor Basketball 1.
HAlROLD JOSEPH SCHLOSSER -
"Heindrich"-"What a phony"-Sci-
entific-Minor Football 1, 2.
LEO DANIEL SHELLEDY-"Shorty"
-"Coax me a little bi-t"-Sc.ienitific-
Honor Roll 1, 25 Minor Debating 15
Leash 3, 45 "G" Club 3, 45 Yell King
35 Athletic Manager 1.
JOHN BUCKLEY SMEAD-"John"-
'Tm not long for this world"-Sc-ierb
tiflc-Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Minor De-
bate 1: Gonzagan 2, 3, 45 Editor 45
Leash 3, 45 Office-r 45 Minor Football
EDWARD ALAN SMITH --"Ed"-
"Swell, good idea"-Honor Clas1s'ica.l-
Horror Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Leash 3, 43 "G"
Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 2, 3, 45 Oili-
cer 45 Luigian 2, 3, 45 Editor 45 De-
bating 1, 2, 35 Min-or Football 1, 25
Football 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
HARRY BERNARD SWANSON-
"Harry 'B' "-"What I saw the other
day!"-Classical-Honor Roll 1, 25
Class omcer 1, '2, 3, KOA 1, 2, Stu-
dent Council 3, 45 Elocution 3, 45
Apologetics 3, 45 Minor Debate 1, 2,
35 Gonzagan 1, 2, 3, 45 Luigian 3, 45
Minor Football 15 Minor Track 15
Track 2, 3.
CLARENCE M. VERCRUYSSE-
"Turkey"-"You're nuts, C1ozzetti!"-
General-"G" Club 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45
Minor Football 15 Minor Baseball 15
Baseball 2, 3, 4.
RUSSELL Fl. SCHULZ-"Schli-tz"--
"How'd. I ever get heve?"-Genera1-
Gamma Beta 3, 45 Officer 45 Sheridan
High, Sheridan, Montana, 2.
DOMINICK M. SHERLOCK--"Dom"
-"VVha,t's the scoop ?"- General -
Minor Debate 15 Glee Club 45 Oflicer 4.
CULVER CHRISTOPHER SMITH-
"Moose"-"Oh now Honey, you know
better than that!"--Honor Classical-
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Ofiicer 1,
2, 35 Leash 3, 45 Officer 45 Dframatics
2, 3, 45 Apologetics 25 Debating 1, 2,
3, 45 Winner of State Oratorvical Con-
test 45 Minor Track 15 Track 2, 35
Minor Football 15 Football 2, 3, 45
GENE F. SPELLMAN-"Spelly"-
"Well, fnow you know"--Scienti1ic-
Gamma Beta 45 Band 45 KOA 45
Anaconda High, Anaconlda, Mont., 3.
JAMES MILLARD TAYLOR-"Tiger"
-"Never do today, what you can put
off 'ti-ll tomiorrow'l-Scientific-Class
Officer 25 KOA 1, 25 Band 15 Minor
HERBERT LAWRENCE WAGGONER
Classical-Honor Roll 15 Class Officer
2, 3, 45 Dramatios 45 Minor Debating
15 Elocution 1, 2, 45 "G" Club 3, 45
Tennis 2, 3, 45 Minor Track 15 Track
25 Minor Baseball 15 Baseball 3, 45
Minor Football 1, 25 Football 3, 4,
ROBERT THOMAS WALSH-"Bob" CYRIL JOSEPH WEBER--"Cy" "I
-"WVhere's Flynni?"-Scientfilic-Dub don't know"-General-Medical Lake
matics 3: "G" Club 2, 3, 43 Minor High, Medical Lake, VVash., 1.
Football 13 Football 2, 3, 4: USN, 1946.
JOSEPH CHARLES WEYEVR-"Jose" THOMAS JOSEPH WHITELY --
-"Don'-t do it, Mert!"-Cla.s:sical- HTl0IIT'lH-HShi8I'SI lbig elnough to elat
Honor R011 1, 2, 3, 41 Class OfflC6'l" 2. hay"--Gienerall -Gamma Bgtg, 3, 4:
Cottonwood High, Cottonwood, Ida., 2.
PHILIP MARVIN YENNEY-"Big JOHN FRANCIS ZINKGRAF-"zink"
S-toop"--"Enoff of flees loff making . L'fT0ugh Une to lose"-General,
General-North Central High, 2.
Popular .......... --
Likely To Succeed .-.-
- --.. Cul Smith
Versatile ---------- ---Hank Higgins
Looking--- ---Bob Carpenter
Musician -------. ---Dan Falsetto
Student Athlete--- ---Dan Crowley
Businessman--- ---Hank Higgins
Comedian--- ----.-- Bob Olson
Actor ------ -.-- B ud Waggoner
Energetic--- --.-- Fran Hare
Dependable ---- ------ E d Smith
Brummel--- ---- Mike Kostecka
Fastest Talker -----
-- ---- Pat O'Leary
Biggest Character--- -.-- Dick Caldwell
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1:15-:'5':'-' By DET ARAHIHC
As I was sitting alone in my dreary chamber on a quiet
afternoon in 1967, I was startled from my day dreams
by a loud rapping at the door. I had barely uttered a 'come
in,' when the door' burst open framing HARRY SWANSON
of the Fuller Brush Co., who shattered the silence with the
words, "Hello 'Weak Eyes.,' how are you?"
For a moment, I was speechless with surprise. After
I had recovered myself, I returned his greeting and we
talked of old times and all the members of the Glorious
class of '47. I mentioned that I had not come across any
of them in my official capacity as head embalmer for
the PRICE and RINGWOOD Mortuary.
Suddenly, the radio, which had been playing, caught our
attention. A strangely familiar voice was saying . . . "this
special anniversary broadcast is being brought to you
by the 'YENNEY Yo Yo Co.' When you need relaxation,
try a Yenney Yo Yo. They are the snappiest Yo Yo's
made, are durable, and come in a variety of colors to
match your key chain. ALEX FLYNN, National Yo Yo
Champion, testifies that they are the best he has
ever used so trot down to your favorite dime store
and get yourself a handful of fun. And remember,
'Yenney spelled backward, spells Yenney.' And HOW.
here is PAT FOLEY, NBC's ace reporter, to bring you
news of important happenings at home and abroad.
"Thank you Mr. JUNGST, and hello Mr. and Mrs. Ameri-
ca. Washington is the center of national interest again
as Congress convenes to consider Senator JAMES RYAN's
proposed, Income Tax Elimination Plan. The plan is
violently opposed by Senators BUSCHER of Missouri and
BEEMAN of New York.
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"General ERNEST BOYD of the War Department an-
nounced today the development of a new weapon which
is deadlier than the 'Visonic Ray' and thirty times more
powerful than the now obsolete Atom Bomb. Archbishop
EDWARD SMITH of Spokane emphatically denounced
the weapon as a serious threat to world peace.
"Parisi American Ambassador, JOSEPH WEYER re-
ported that two Americans, ROY DAHMEN and HARRY
SCHLOSSER, were starting a movement to replace wine
with beer as the national beverage. To date, the movement
has three supporters, GEORGE BEAUDRY, a prominent
pawnbroker and GARRY GRUBER and PAT O'LEARY,
who operate local taverns.
"ln contrast, here in America, the Anti-Saloon League
was organizing again, led by BILL MACE and BOB OLSON.
They have been quoted as saying their first move will
be to force the LATTANZIO, ONGARATO, ZINKGIRAF
and BROWN Brewery out of business.
"In New York, DALE CHASSE, manager of the Wal-
dorf-Astoria, reported that the inscription, 'Ala Carte, the
common man's hero, was herel' was found written on
the walls of various rooms. Similar complaints were
made by ALLEN JOHNSON, owner of the Musclebound
Arms hotel in Clarkston, Washington, and KENNY ENS-
LOW, proprietor of a Spokane shoe store, who claimed
that the same inscription was scrawled on his favorite pair
of saddle shoes. Authorities believe these are the fore-
runners of an early campaign for AL CARTY, potential
candidate for president in 1968.
"LEO SHELLEDY, director of the Bureau of
Mines, was reported 'doing better' today after a
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session with the prominent surgeon, Dr. ROSS
"JOHN DURKIN, salesman from Chicago, Illinois, was up
for trial blefort Judge JOHN HOPKINS today, charged with
attempted blackmail. He is accused of approaching JACK
MASELLI, manager of the HANZEL, HES'S'E and HILL
Restaurant, and threatening that unless he received 31000,
he would reveal that ground cat meat, obtained from the
LIEST and KOSTECKA Home for Aged Cats, was being
served for hamburger. Attorney for- the Defense, HENRY
HIGGINS, said that he had conclusive evidence that would
procure an early acquittal.
"On the domestic scene, there was a new type of small
family house on the market as a result of two architects'
dissatisfaction with present styles of houses. The pair,
ED GODLEY and RALPH CRANDELL, set about design-
ing a house that would be completely unlike an ordinary
house and came up with this pre-fabricated, pre-heated
structure, which has the general appearance of a donut.
It is being built by the SHERLOCK Homes Co.
"On the food front, there was bad news for housewives
today, as AL AMANN, president of the National Dairy-
men's Association, announced that the price of butter
would soon be raised to 28 cents a pound, an all time high
for this decade.
"Out in the Spokane Valley in Washington, a new
variety of seedless tomato is being grown. The
men who developed this amazing delicacy, ED and
HAL MERTENS, claim it is a bigger, juicier, and
tastier tomato. 'The big trouble is', explained Ed,
'that because it is seedless, there is no way of
continuing the cropl'
"A bit of good news for connoisseurs of better food
popped up yesterday, when RUSS SCHULZ, a Montana
rancher, discovered a small band of Hammus Alabamus
pigs in a secluded valley near Sheridan, Montana. Breed-
ing of the pigs will begin soon and Hammus Alabamus
should be on the market next year. PAUL KUROSE,
president of the Gourmets Club, declared it was the best
news the club has ever received. He said that plans
for new dishes to be used with Ecstasy Sauce which
is made from the boiled and reboiled Hammus Ala-
bamus, would be started immediately, under the
supervision of their expert head chef, JOE BUTIGAN.
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REKOFKE, your favorite sportcaster with the sports
"Good afternoon, sport fans, here we go with the latest
dope on the sports world.
"The entire nation was shocked today over 'the
attempted fix of the DICK CALDWELL-JOE
BOURGO, middleweight championship 'fight by
gambler, TOM FLAHERTY. Flaherty, who comes up
for trial Thursday, attempted to bribe Caldwell to
throw the fight but Caldwell refused and reported
the attempt to his trainer, TOM WHITELY, who in-
formed the police. Flaherty was silent on the mat-
ter, allowing his mouthpiece, 'BUD' WAGGONER,
to do the talking.
"Meanwhile in Virginia, AL MENGERT, National Open
Golf Champion from Spokane, Washington, was leading
the field in the Richmond 72-hole Open Golf Tournament
with a sizzling: 6 under par, 64. DICK McWlLLlAMS,
strictly a dark horse entry, also from Spokane, was second
with a 68.
"The Brooklyn Dodgers continued to pace the
American League as they defeated the New York
Yanks 3 to 1 in the only game played today. Pitcher
DON DEHMER gave up only two hits while team mate
CLARENCE VERCRUYSSE blasted out a homer with
two on in the sixth, to tally the winning runs.
"The .Los Angeles Rams football team has just signed
DIAN CROWLEY, former Santa Clara star, quarterback for
the coming year. Crowley, together with the Ram's All-Pro
end, FRAN HARE, should produce a winning passing at-
tack. Coach PAT FLYNN said that he expected to have
his greatest season this fall. 'With a power packed line,
led by guard ED BUDIG, the Rams should be unbeatable,'
"MICHAEL MERRIMAN, athletic director of Notre Dame,
announced that LARRY COLEMAN, former All-American
forward at Holy Cross, has been signed as head coach of
basketball. With three starters and two other lettermen
returning from last year's strong squad, Coleman should
have a successful season in his first year of coaching.
" 'Jose' BOB CARPENTER, famous Amercan bull fighter,
displayed his talents as a toreador before a huge crowd
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at the Coliseum in Los Angeles yesterday. Most experts
conceded that Carpenter, the only American engaged in
the famous Spanish sport, could throw the bull as well as
anyone in the world.
"The hot verbal battle that had been raging for several
days between JIM McQUlSTON, sports editor for the
Seattle Times, and BOB WALSH, star reporter for 'Sport'
magazine, has been settled. It all began when Walsh wrote
an article declaring that JIM TAYLOR, West Coast Cham-
pion, was the greatest marbles shooter of all time. Mc-
Quiston countered claiming that CYRIL WEBER, amateur
champion, to be even better and the big dispute was on.
It was all settled yesterday when hitherto unknown, AL
KLEINSMITH defeated both handily in three straight
"And here's a last minute item. BOB KELLY, Associated
Press sports photographer, was being sought by the police
today, for taking pictures! The pictures taken were
valuable 'Rembrandts' stolen from the apartment of GLEN
HANCOCK, a Spokane businessman.
"That's it for now. This is Ed Rekofke turning the
mike over to your Hollywood reporter, JIM KROETCH,
for the current information on happenings in the enter-
tainment world. Take it away, Jim!"
"Thank you, Ed and hello Mr. and Mrs. Public. Holly-
wood! . . . CULVER SMITH, popular dramatic actor,
has been named for the lead in MGM's, forthcoming
epic, 'Of Moose and Men.' Publicity director, GENE
SPELLMAN, claimed it would be one of the best pictures
of all time and Producer RONALD' DAVEY'S greatest
triumph. The picture is based upon the Pulitzer Prize win-
ning novel, 'Skirmish,' by JOHN SMEAD.
"DAN FALSETTO'S band opened it's one night stand at
the 'Club 47' last nightg and if the crowd that was on hand
is any indication of his popularity. lt is certain that his
is the topmost band in the country. NORMAN BLASHILL,
owner of the new night club, declared it was the largest
crowd he had ever drawn in his ten years of night club
ownership. Among the many celebrities seen there was
Academy Award winner, JOHN ARNOLD, who is now
known, incidentally, as the smoothest dancer in Hollywood.
While on the subject of Falsetto's band, I might mention
that rumors have it that LEO BALDWIN, featured clari-
netist, may depart to organize a 'combo' of his own.
"Alarmed by threatening notes received from 'Muscles'
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TON, 'namby pamby boy' of the movies, has hired two
men to act as personal bobyguards. The two men, by
the way, are MARTIN McGOUGH and PAUL LASSELL,
former tobacco auctioneers for the 'Smucky Lights' pro-
"New York! . . . Radio listeners suffered a loss
today when the popular comedy team of BILL GIL-
LINGHAM and DON PRITCHARD, better known as
'Slim and Igor,' announced suddenly that they would
not return to the air 'this fall. Their manager, JIM
DREIS, said that the pair would devote their 'full
time to posing for 'before and after' pictures 'for
the BILL DUNN School for Height Increase.
"JIM LARKIN, famous stage comedian, has been signed
as the new quizmaster for the 'lt Pays to Be ignorant'
show. With Larkin signed, the show will go on the air
Thursday with a complete new cast. The new Board of
Experts recently selected consists of TOM BURGESS,
PAT KOTH, and JIM OWENS. The program has steadily
gained in popularity and is now one of the top comedy
spots on the air.
"That's 'thirty' for today. Tune in again tomorrow when
NBC will present another special events news broadcast.
This is NBC, the National Broadcasting Co .... KHQ,
Spokane. For that special graduation gift, go to QUIN-
LAN'S, 'The house of fine jewelry.' Quinlan's, succes-
sors to Dobson's" ". . . and now! the adventures of Super
i turned the radio off and turned to Harry. "WeII, that
was an interesting broadcast, wasn't it?" I asked.
"Yes, it was," he answered, "l'm glad to know that so
many of the boys made good . . . Holy Smoke, look at the
time," he yelled, "I have to make a dentist appointment."
"Well then, I'll see you again, sometime, Harry. By the
way, which dentist are you going to?" I queried.
"Why, to Spokane's leading dentist, of course,"
he replied, "none other than Dr. MILTON McKENNA,
the 'Painful Dentist.' Be seeing you, Det," he called
as he walked out.
After he had gone, I sat and thought about the success
of all the boys. Yes, that class of '47 was a great one,
I mused, and obviously destined for great things. Why
I could have predicted back then in '47 that things would
turn out this way! Amen.
'Wall Naam Zlaagel' ....
We have passed through this familiar portal for the last time as students of Gonzaga High. When these doors open to re-
ceive us again, it will be to admit, not carefree pupils hurrying to class, but grads, with all this behind us. Now we can stroll
along the halls more leisurely, enjoying the picture gallery and recalling old times. Yes, our pictures will be there, along
side of Gonzaga's greats ....
. . . . Thereall be a picture of the ,47 All City Night at the
Fox, where three of us received the coveted gold footballs .... together
with some of our great moments on the gridiron .... and the night Coach Frazier pre-
sented us our letters, and Dan Crowley received the Inspirational award .... the annual Retreat given by Father Rinn, SJ.
.. .. Of course we were on hand to support our basketball
team at the Armory and to cheer them into the City finals
. . .. And then, just when his persuasive Ways and his dis-
arming smile were beginning to "taken with us, our new
vice principal, Father Eckstein, left us, to become Rector of
Bellarmine High in Tacoma .... By way of saying good-
bye and congratulations we pitched in and presented him
with a going-away present .... From then on, Father "Mai,
had to do double duty-and he did it .... The mid-year
election of student body oflicers occasioned a spirited cam-
paign .... which ended with the election and inauguration
of Iohn Hopkins.
1. Olson goes over his English memory while other seniors
listen. 2. Fr. Herron takes to the ice. 3. George, the
boarders' ma.scot. 4. Student body honors Fr. Dillon on his
sixtieth anniversary as a Jesuit. 5. Mr. Kreuzer, on his way
to rap out a radio script. 6. A man of distinction - Jlrh
Kroetch. 7. "Hey Vercruysse, how's the batting average?"
8. East End Kids? No, just two senior boarers, Hanzel and
Larkin. 9. Al Johnson shows us how. 10. Inter-class soft-
ball. 11. Inter-class track: Lynch comes in first.
Here the officers of the Knights
of the Leash were photographed
while drawing up plans for the
annual "Knight Flight" which
was held November 29. Seated
are Mike Kostecka, vice presi-
dent, Cul Smith, president, Bob
Olson, treasurer. Standing:
John Hopkins, secretary, John
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Quiston, Ross Mounsey, Jim Hutton John Gowanlock Dick Porter, Pat Alverson Third Row Ray Schulte, Ed Smith Al
Mengert Frank Cronin, Justin Seipp Bob Kelly Fourth Row Cul Smith Bob Olson, Mike Kostecka Dan Crowley, Larry
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Millsap. Second Row: Ray Schulte, Dick Sprague, Cul Smith, Bud Waggener, Leo Murphy, Joe Lynch, Don
Third Row: Bill Reilly, Justin Seipp, Dan Miller, Dick Hartnett, Pat 0'Leary, Ned Conley, Bob Olson, Pat
Fourth Row: Ed Dahy, Larry Coleman, Bob Codd, Bill Gillingham, Tom Flaherty, Fran Hare, Ed Smith, E
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RUSSELL SCHULZ JACK RINGWOOD BOB PENDLETON
Sgt.-at-Arms, 1st Sem. Sec.-Treas., 2nd Sem. Sglt.-at-Arms, 2nd Sem.
First Row: Ed Stasney, Ted Stegeman, Neil Stach, Tom McCloskey, Harry Murphy, Bob Pullin, George Bolta, Walt Schmidt, Joe
Liest, John Holland, Miller Humphrey, Bill Cameron. Second Row: Joe Butigan, Allen Johnson, Jerry Foley, Leo Murphy, Gary
Bingaman, John Piedmont, Leo Fell, Don Golob, Mert Neumann, Bud Neumann, Bill Picou, Mike Lake, John McAstocker, Norman
Blashill, John Durkin. Third Row: Ken Holbert, Bob Albrich, Roy Stiles, Dick Archer, Tom Miller. Bob Presn'eIl, Mike Welch, Gene
Spellman, Don Hanzel, Jim Larkin, Bill Helbling, Don Pritchard, John Froehlich, John Ihle, Alan Matoon. Fourth Row: Mr. Daniel
Lyons, S.J., Frank Hoffman, Phll Phlegeir, Ed Malters, Kerry Marsh, Dick Bryant, Roger Thatcher, Walt Hardin, Pat Pearson, Peter
Lobo, Bob Kelly, Duane Willis, Fred Price, John Nelson, Russell Schulz.
Qawu School lVew4 Waanl'
JOHN SMEAD JIM GANNON HANK HIGGINS
Editor in Chief Associate Editor Sports Editor
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Assist. Sports Editor
BOB CARPENTER JOHN HOPKINS BOB KELLY BOB PASBY
Reporter Reporter Reporter Staff Artist
ED REKOFKE CLARENCE VERCRUYSSE GARRY GRUBER BILL DUNN
Reporter Typist Reporter Reporter
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c"cu'at'on Mg" Left to Right: Bob Gillespy, Pat Alverson, Roy Donnelly, John Gowanloek,
HARRY SWANSON Bob Magnuson.
First Row: Bud Howard, Louie Baumer, Don
Connell, Jim Powers, Jon Rose. Second Row:
Ross Mounsey, Frank Cronin, Monty Whe-
lan, Bud Neumann, Dick Castle. Third
Row: Ray Schulte, Ed Srrith, Ed McTighe,
Cul Smith. Missing: John Arnold.
AND OLD LACE"
Above: Martha CJon Rosej and Abby
Brewster QEd McTigheJ are just in time
to prevent their nephew Mortimer lBud
Waggonerj from drinking the poisoned
wine they have carefully prepared for
Mr. Gibbs CDon Hanzelh. At right: While
Officer O'H-annigan CAIex Flynnl a-nd
Doctor Harper CBob Kellyl are convers-
ing together Teddy Brewster CRay
Schulte? suddenly appears with his bugle
to summon his "Rough Riders" to the
Abby Brewster.. ,..... .,.,..... , ,, ,... , , ,,,,.., , ,.,,,, Ed McTighe '48
Doctor Harper Y.v,,Y,.,,,,.. ............,. B ob Kelly '48
Teddy Brewster ,,,,., .,.....l R ay Schulte '48
Officer 0'Hannigan ....... ........., A lex Flynn '47
Officer O'Hara ,........, ,....... D ick Culhane '48
Martha Brewster ,,,, ......,..,...,.. J on Rose '48
Mortimer Brewster ,.,,.,, Bud Waggoner '47
Jonathon Brewster ......,. ..........,., C ul Smith '47
Doctor Einstein ......................,..,.. ,, ...... Jim Powers '49
Lieutenant Rooney .,.... .........,,,.,,,.,,,,A ,A.,,, F r ank Cronin '48
Mr. Witherspoon ,.,,..........,........,..,.....,,,,, .A.A.. J im DeGroat '48
Mr. Hoskins and Mr. Spenalzo ..........,,.,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,.............. R oy Stiles '49
Louie Baumer ,,.,....,......A,...,..... .....,................,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S tage Manager
Monty Whelan .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, C ostumes
Don Connell .......... ....,, S tage Arrangement
Ed Malters ,....... ........ L ighting Effects
SOCK AND BUSKIN
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES
September 13 .......,.......,............,,,,...............,..,A.... Merry-go-Round Stunt
"Symphony of Christmas" lRadioJ
December 19 ,,,,.. ....... S ock and Buskin Sponsors "Gonzaga Night"
January 4 .,,.,... ........,...... .................... ' ' 1946 in Review" L'RadioD
January 25 .....,.. .,,. ' 'Debater's Roundtable" CRadioJ
February 13 ,,A,... ......., ' 'ARSENIC AND OLD LACE"
February 22 ,,,..A. .,... ' 'Washington's FarewelI" CRadioJ
April 5 ....,..... ,,,,,, ' 'News From Jerusalem" 1RadioJ
March 15,. .... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. ' 'Erin's Legacy" CRadio5
April 26 Y,,,.. ..,,, ' 'Music of the Masters" 4Radiob
May 17 .,.,,,, ,,,,,.,,, ' 'Dramatic Review" iRadioD
SOCK 8: BUSKIN
Kneeling: Bob Buchanan. At left
mike: Alex Flynn, Mike Merriman,
Jim Powers. At second mike:
Frank Cronin, Dick McWiIiams,
Louie Baumer, Don Garigen. At
third mike: Cul Smith, Ed Caffrey,
John Hopkins Cstandingj, Ross
Mounsey. At pianos: Ed McTighe,
John Madden. ln rear: Don Man-
son, Bud Waggoner, Ray Schulte.
At left: a few members of the club are pictured during an experiment per-
iod of a regular meeting. Below: First Row: Don Golob. John Gowanlock,
Don Manson, Don Showalter, Ed McTighe, Dick Knop, Ed Dahy. Second
Row: Bud Neumann, Bill Davis, Ralph Crandell, Ralph Schoenberg, Bill
Landreville, Regis King, Bob Buchanan, Bill Ralph, Ed Caffrey, Pat Wilson.
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Fir.st Row: Pat Casey, Bob Flaherty, Don Dan Crowley, John Bombino,
Charlie Cutz. Second Row: Jack Rizzuto Bob Larry Coleman, Jerry
Kelly, Bob Codd. Jim Hutton. Third Row: Jim Bob Tanksley, Mark
Kelly, John Hern, Justin Seipp, Chuck Hopkins Dick Bailey, Peter
Budig, Dave Millsap, Louis Pontieri, Frank Scarano, Tom Holley, Ed
Flekofke, Pat Lynch, Dave Frawley, Ken Egerman, Sixth Row: Bob
Spencer, Chuck Mason, Dan Petretee, John Hopkins
fbiegwal wal P Win
Left to right: Dave Frawley, Dick
Sprague, Roy Velling, Monty Whelan,
Jim Powers 41st placej, Don Garigen,
Neil Cronin, Louie Baumer 42nd placeb.
Missing: Mike Lake.
Left to right: Don Manson, John Hopkins, Jim
DeGroat 11st placeh, Frank Cronin 12nd piacej,
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Cul Smith, Ed Caffrey, and Hank Higgins pose just after
winning the State title in University Style Debate which
was held at Pullman. Standing is Mr. Lyons, Coach.
The Debating Society has done it againl This year, like last, the
debaters ended their busy season with the most impressive record
of any team in the state.
Commencing with a non-decision tournament at Lewis and Clark
early in October, the debaters, all but two of them beginners, settled
down to serious work early in the Fall. Their efforts were rewarded
when they journeyed to Seattle College in mid-December, to return
with the Catholic Northwest Debate Championship, having emerged
victorious over twenty other schools from Washington, Oregon, and
The winning trio, who defeated Seattle Prep in the finals by a
unanimous decision, included Ed Caffrey, Iohn Hopkins, and Frank
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Kneeling: Ed Caffrey, Cul Smith, Frank Cronin, John Hopkins. Standing, left to right: Jim Powers, Joe Butzerin, Bud
Howard, Bill Donais, Jim Rooney, Mr. Lyons, Coach, Don Garigen, Gene Chance, Mert Neumann, Don Manson, 'Ray Tanks-
ley, Dick Knop, Phil Phleger-, Bob Egan, Don Croteau, Roy Dahl, Monty Whelan. All are underclassmen except Smith and
Cn March 14th Smith, Higgins, and Caffrey went to Pullman,
where Washington State College was sponsoring the official State
Debate Tournament. By the next evening they had won the State
title for University style debate, and received a 20" silver cup in
acknowledgement of their skill.
For the first time Gonzaga won both the Northwest Catholic
Championship and the oH'icial State Title for University style de-
bate, in the same year. No other school in the state, public or private,
has a comparable record.
Cul Smith received the Gold Ring awarded the best debater of
year. At the oiiicial Debate Tournament held at Washington State
College, he was voted the outstanding debater of the entire tourna-
Ed Caffrey, Frank Cronin, and John Hopkins smiling
proudly after winning the Catholic Northwest Debate
Championship held at Seattle College.
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Outside of their regular forensic schedule Gonzaga's
debaters kept themselves prepared for the various
speech contests that occured during the school year.
Cul Smith won first place in the Heanst Oratorical
Contest for this state, receiving S200 for himself and
S75 for the school library, and a free trip to Los
Angeles. At Los Angeles he took third place in the
Pacific Coast division. He is pictured at right being
congratulated by John Burns, Grand Knight of the
Seattle Knights of Columbus. Cul also took second in-
the district State 'Resources Contest.
John Hopkins won the Elks Annual State Oratorical
Contest, which was held in Seattle. Earlier in the
year John was awarded second place and S35 in the
Jefferson Oratorical Contest.
Finst Row: Pat Wilson, accompanist, Roger Dieter, Francis Ryan, Bill
O'Reilly, Joe Binder, Bob Ennis, Ernie Thibeault, Dom Sherlock, Bob
Presnell, Neil Stach, Mr. McDonnell, Director. Second Row: Eddie
Fallon, Tom Deno, Bob Alexander, Dick Hawkins, John Aughney,
Don Carpenter, Bill Ralph, John DLlrkin. Third Row: Kerry Marsh,
Jerry Lehman, Charles Hennessey, Ralph Crandell, Fred Hesse, Joe
Slead, Bob Sullivan, Tom Burgess, Al Kleinsmlith. Fourth Row: Don
Golob, Bob Albrich. Carl Jungst, Ed Cuzzetto, Ed Rekofke, Ed Liest,
Charles Hamlin, Miller Humphrey, Jim Dreis, Bill Presley, Ken
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1. He wants to be first in the chow line. 2. Johnson, Durkin, and Murphy enjoy Mount Spokane. 3. Boots Hanzel, having a light
breakfast. 4. The end of the line: "Hey Cameron, leave some for the rest of us. 5. Shorty Stiles seems proud of his room. 6. Boarders'
Hiking Club-kneeling: Stach, Froehlich, Bolta, Mr. Schoenberg, S.J. Standing: McCloskey, Presnell, Pullin, J. Liest, Bingaman, Hel-
bling, Matoon. 7. Campus in winter, DeSmet Hall in background. 8. Murphy and Johnson, campused. 9. Phleger, caught sneaking
down the fire escape. 10. Boarders' Smoker and a gruge fight between Spellman and Bryant. 11. Murphy, Helbling, and Piedmont
try some horse-play on 0'LaughIin. 12. Ed Malters, cramming for semester exams. 13. Strip poker? No, juse a pinochle game out
on the veranda with Mr. Schoenberg kibitizing. 14. lt's time for eats at the Boarders' Christmas Party.
scramble by out-gaining Lewis and Clark and North
B Take Secam!
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In the Merry-Go-Round, annual classic which opens the
football season, Gonzaga came out on top of the four-team
The first real game for the Bullpups was at Kellogg,
where they travelled the following day to meet Kellogg
High. The Held was rain-soaked, but neither that nor the
Kellogg team could stop Flaherty and Cood from running
loose throughout the game. Hare, Walsh, and Budig
showed what could be expected of them in the line the
rest of the season.
As usual the opening league game was with the Rogerls
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26 Kellogg ..,...,. ,.,...., 0
.32 Rogers ..................... ,..,....,... I 3
. 7 Lewis Ziz Clark .....,..,,........... IQ
22 North Central ....,,,.......,..,,. I2
.19 Rogers ...,,,,...........,,,,... , ..,,...,... I9
BiLateLin.tl1e,stadi.um,. Lffhe..I211ps.kept-uf-Ltheip-vxLi.n.n.i,ng. L W """""""" ala W 15
Stftak by downing the Htl1YHfd team Without t00 much Gonzaga ......,........,. 20 North Central ,,,,.... ,...... 6
trouble. Chief factors in the 32 to I3 victory were the .
Crowley to Hare passing combination and the open Held Gonzaga """""""" I4 Mlssoula """tt"""' """""" 2 4
running of sophomore Ioe Lynch. Cul Smith, Olson and
Conley looked good in the line.
First Row: Ed Budig, Dick Caldwell, Larry Orth, Ray Schulte, Whit Smith, Dave Millsap, Mike Kostecka, Dick Cuihane,
Larry Coleman, Fran Hare, Pat Kenney, manager. Second Row: Bob Walsh, Bob Atkinson, Vic Petretee, Jim Hutton, Justin
Seipp, Tom Flaherty, George Mitchell, Frank Cronin, Dan Crowley, Jim Watson, Bob Sweeney, Head Coach, Mr. Frazier.
Third Row: George Clink, manager, Bob Stephens, Ned Conley, Ernie Boyd, Hank Higgins, Dick Sprague, Cul Smith, Bud
Waggener, Ed Smith, Bob Codd, Joe Lynch, Dan Miller, Dick Meyer.
"When 7f1,a4e8f1.cauuzq8ullp,up.4 4611.744 .fine . . "
FIRST LEWIS 8: CLARK GAME
The Bullpups received their first
set-back of the year from the Lewis
Sz Clark Tigers by the score of IQ to
7. The Hard-running Tiger backs
were just too much for the Zag line.
Crowley and Hare kept the team
fighting right up to the final gun.
Center FIRST NORTH CENTRAL GAME
The Zags came back strong in their next encounter and dumped
the Indians 22 to 12. They led at half time, scored twice in the third
quarter and 'icoastedn the rest of the Way. Crovvley's passing and
Flaherty's running were outstanding, as was the line play of Cul
Waggoner, and Budig.
KOSTECKA 1701 goes for fifteen yards against
N. C. in the Shrine battle. This was the game
in which the Zags downed the favored Indians
by a score of 20 to 6.
BOB CODD 1751 Zag halfb k
, ac , picks up yard-
age on an off tackle slant a a'
g Inst North Central
as Higgins f31J and Hare 1683 block. Crowley,
who just handed Codd the ball i.s in the back
SECOND ROGERS GAME
The Pups found much rougher goin in th d
g e secon meeting with the
Pirates. It was a see-saw battle from the start, with Rogers determined
to avenge their earlier defeat. The fancy running of "Crazy Legs"
Ioe Lynch kept Gonzaga in the
game all the way, accounting for thir-
teen of Gonzaga,s I9 points. Th
e game ended a tie.
LAR RY COLEMAN
SECOND LEWIS 8: CLARK GAME
The Blue and White lost a heart-breaker to Lewis and Clark at Hart Held.
They outplayed the Tigers in a scoreless first half. Early in the third quarter BSB CODD
Lewis and Clark scored, but the Zags came right back--marched the length of alfback
the field to score and take a 7 to 6 lead. Then, in the last minutes
he ame the Tigers, passing attack hit pay dirt giving
'nning tally. The whole Gonzaga
of t g
team played a
f L C. just gets away fro
f33D Conley 1135. Hig-
BROWN 0 .
Qqner C159 as C. Smith ,
QIHS 6315, Budig C273 and Schulte
chase. Crowley finally nabbed him,
FRANNY HARE 1683, goes to the ground and
almost loses the ball after completing a tweney-
two yard pass from Dan Crowley in the Shrine
game. Bob Walsh Q37 ls coming up in the
SECOND NORTH CENTRAL GAME
The annual Shrine game saw the Pups play their best game of the
year. They ran over the lads from Tepee Town by the impressive
score of 20 to 6. After acquiring a comfortable lead in the first half
they were able to substitute freely. Crowley, Lynch and S '
across the Gonzaga touchdowns.
The Bullpups lost their final game of the season to a strong
Missoula team to the tune of 24 to 14. The Zags got 0E to a slow
start and after a few bad breaks were never able to get baek into
the game. The best play of the evening came when
Ed Smith broke through the Missoula line
and galloped twenty yards for the
HARE AND CROWLEY down a Missoula back
as Budug 1275, C. Smith 4331, Waggener 4153
are ready to make sure that he stays put.
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First Row: Joe Schaller, Mike Walsh, Bob Burns, Bill Presley, Tom Lappano, Bob Flaherty, Dave
Proctor, John Saegner. Second Row: Joe Travo, Dick Porter, Roy Dahl, Chuck Mason, Bob
Spencer, Bill Picou, Joe O'Laughlin, Denny Howard. Third Row: George Derr, coach, Louie Pon-
tieri, Dan Petretee, Bob Pasby, Jim Murray, Dick Siguaw, Hod Moore, Jim Hoff, Pat Flynn,
As.sist. Coach. Fourth Row: John McBride, Jim Rocca, Bob Devereaux, Jim Browne, Alex
Flynn, Pete Budig, Bill Helbling, Paul Brooks, James Stevenson. -
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First Row: Bob Goodwin, Don Ham, Neil Cronin, Al Schlosser, Dan Walsh, Jim Browne. Second
Row: Bob Corrigan, Ed Bates, Pat Lynch, Mike Merriman, John Clinton, Roy Velling, Bob
Beyers. Thir Row: Bob Lucas, Assist. Coach, Jim Barker, Pat Nevers, Tom Sprague, Bob
Rowles, Allie Boyle, Alvin Boyle, Joel Smith. Fourth Row: Dick Chastek, Mgr., George Weller,
Larry Smith, Bill Broderson, Frank Curran, Mike Lake, Jim Brown, Mr. McHugh, S.J., Coach.
Missing: Chuck Cutz, Dick Sells.
First Row: Jim Hutton, Len Sitter, Larry Coleman fCapt.D, Bill Gillingham, Dick Sprague, Bill Reilly, Al Charlton. Second Row:
John Nelson, Buck Bailey. Bob Burns, Bill Helbling, Herman Elixman, Walt Devlin, Jerry Kelly. Coach Bill Frazier. Third Row:
Whit Smith fMgr.D, Roy Donnelly, Mike Shenon, Bob Fallon, Joe O'Laughlin, Joe Lynch, Paul Arnold, Leo Murphy fMgr.J.
BILL "SLIM" GILLINGHAM
was the big gun of the city
league when it came to back-
board play. Once Slim got all
of his six feet five inches under
the basket two points inevitably
followed for the home team.
Slim was chosen All-City both
for his backboard work and for
the large number of points he
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VVal la XValla ......
Vllalla lValla ......
Lewis 61: Clark..
VVest Valley ......
Moscow ............... .
Central Valley ....
Lewis QQ Clark..
VVest Valley ...,..
33 Central Valley ....
U34 Central Valley....
35 North Central
..26 Lewis 8: Clark..
"B" SQUAD SCORES
Gonzaga..20 North Central...
Gonzaga..39 Trade School ...... 33
Gonzaga..29 Coeur d'Alene....
Gonzaga..25 Rogers ...,..,..,....... .
Gonzaga..25 Lewis 81 Clark..
Gonzaga,..27 Coeur d'Alene....
Gonzaga...24 Rogers ......,........
Gonzaga..34 Lewis 8: Clark..
North Central ....
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CAPTAIN LARRY COLEMAN
was the main gear in the '47
basketball machine. He was
chosen All-City this year on the
strength of his great defensive
play and his brilliant ball hand-
ling. Larw also had a knack
for gathering in the points when
they were needed.
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DICK SPRAGUE, lanky for-
ward. was probably the most
promising sophomore on this
year's team. Dick always fol-
lowed up on the backboards and
consistently potted baskets from
around the keyhole.
One of the most aggressive
players in town was LEN
SITTER. Len is a fine ball
handler and great defensive
player, His shifty dribbling and
artistic lay-in shots were an
outstanding factor in many
The speedball on the team was
diminutive BILL REILLY, who '
seemed to be able to pick up
points just when needed, espe-
cially in the last few seconds of
the glame. Hi-s speed enabled
him to break under the basket
for many a. lay-in.
Probably the best set-shot on
the squad was JERRY KELLY.
Always a definite lthrelat foe-
cause of his uncanny ability to
drop in the long ones, he was
also a smooth dribbler and a'
Another sophomore with a great
future ahead of him on the hoop
squad is BUCK BAILEY. Buck
is a dead-eye from just beyond
the keyhole and handles the ball
like a veteran.
JOHN NELSON was by far
the most deceptive player on
the Zag roster. John can wind
up an shoot from almost any
position-and usually make the
basket. A combination of fight
and "rubber legs" make him a
goo backboard man also.
JOE LYNCH, sophomore played
consistently good ball His ball
hawking tactics made him a
Xaluable man when the oppon
ents tried to freeze the ball
Sparkplug of the B squad this
year was BOB BURNS Bob
cannot be put down as a stand
out in one department he was
.ood in every department and
will make a strong bid for next
years first team K mam'
The player who bids well to fill
qlim Gxllmghams shoes is AL
CHARLTON All he has to do is
to keep growing as he has al
ready a good eye and knovxs
how to control the backboard
The hardest and most faithful
worker on the team was JIM
HUTTON, a Junior Jim did not
see very much action this year
but will be difficult to displace
C15 Billy Reilly goes up into the air to droo two points against West Valley
as Coleman moves under the backboard. 12D Gillingham gets away from the
West Valley defense on a fast break play and goes up to make two points.
Sprague C323 looks on. 135 Sprague pots one from the middle of the floor
against Lewis 8. Clark as Gillingham moves to get the inside under the
backboard. C47 Moving in close Reilly goes up for a lay in against L. C.
Coleman 1335, Sitter 4111, and Gillingham i895 come in to the backboard.
Q55 Len Sitter puts one up over his head in the District Tournament against
L. C. Sprague C375 heads for the backboard.
FFIAN HARE ED CUZZETTO ED SMITH BILL REILLY
Above: Ed Smith wins a heat in the 75 yard event during the annual Washington
State College Invitational Track Meet. Below: Bill Reilly clears
the bar in the high jump.
AL CHARLTON FRANK CRONIN DICK SPRAGUE JOHN HERN
B. NEUMANN G. CHANCE J. AMANN ROY DONNELLY
W. HELB-LING D. MILLER W DAVE MILLSAP
25.5. ,L. U. '
Above: Slim Gillingham runs the high hurdles in the Meet at Pullman. Below:
Bill Reilly breaks the tape a sulit second before teammate Ed Smith in the
75 yard finals.
SLIM GILLINGHAM D. KINDER J. ROCCA RAY SCHULTE
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First Row: Mac McKenna, Bud Waggener, Pat O'Leary, Nick Merriman, Dick Sprague, Mike Kostecka, Fran Hare, Clarence Ver-
cruysse, Vic Cozzetti, Don Dehmer, Jim Slater, Frank Cronin, Len Sitter, Dan Crowley, Paul Kurose. Second Row: John Goodwin
Coach, Tom Clark and John Holland, managers, Jim Rocca, Paul Arnold. Jerry Kelly, Bob Magnuson. Bob Burns. Denny Howard
Bill Presley, Bob Patterson, Jim Lucas, Joe Travo, Tom Lappano, Louie Baumer, manager, Jerry Perkins, Assist. Coach.
VIC COZZETTI DON DEHMER
First Base Pitcher
BUD WAGGONER CLARENCE VERCRUYSSE
Catcher Third Base
1. Tom Sprague, shooting two for the Frosh. 2. Frosh antics: Paulsen and Schimmels squabble while O'Reilly referees.
3. Mr. Schoenberg, all wrapped 'up in something. 4. Buchanan practices on his drums. 5. Coach Frazier explains new
offence. 6. Merry-Go-Round game: Anticipation on the bench. 7. Boisen clears the bar in inter-class track meet.. 8 Smooth
as a new Ford. Guess who? Yes, it'.s Bob Carpenter. 9. Glee Club in choir loft of St. AIoysiu.s church. 10. Inauguration of
new student body officers: Coleman hands over presidency to Hopkins. 11. Hare poses on practice field. 12. Fr. Jahn,
happy about something. 13. Mr. Lyons and Mr. Schoenberg talk it over while boarders skate. 14. More inter-class track:
Sprague coming in. 15 Mr. Moran, headed for class. , ,-
First Row: Buck Bailey, Ed Malters, Joe Liest, Jon Rose, Tom
McCloskey. Second Row: Hank Higgins, Larry Coleman, Ernie
Boyd, Harry Swanson, Bob Tanksley, Bob Patterson.
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First Row: Mike Lake, John Oliveri, Pat Nevers, Tom McClos-
key, Bill LaVigne, Dan Walsh, Bob Rowles, Bob Goodwin.
Second Row: Jim Barker, Julius Pleroni, Al Schlosser, Chuck
Cutz, Roy Velling, Larry Smith, Ed Fallon, Ronald Bergman.
Third Row: Mr. Mcl-Tugh, S.J., Alvin Boyle, Tom Sprague, Neil
Cronin, Roger Steele, Allie Boyle, George Weller.
First Row: Roger Steele, Pat Nevers, John lhle, Nell Cronin, Roy Hoerner, Tom Sprague, Allie
Boyle. Second Row: Bob Corrigan, Alvin Boyle, John Clinton, Pat Lynch, Roy Velling, Mark
Flicheson, Mr. McHugh, S.J.
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Flrst Row: Al Mengert, Ross Mounsey, Bob Codd. Second
Row: Roy Dahl, Walt Devlin, Joe Lynch, Ernie Leonard.
First Row: Bob Pullin, Jack Ringwood, Ed Murphy, Joe Liest,
Jon Rose. Second Row: M. Lyons, S.J., Coach, Gene Spellman,
Ed Liest, John Nelson, Roger Thatcher, Fred Price, Jim
First Row: Don Hanzel, John Holland, Fred Price, Bob Pullln,
Jlm Larkin. Second Row: Leo Fell, Russ Schulz, Jim Browne,
Bob Pendleton, Ed Liest, Mr. Sisk, S.J., Coach.
3 First Flow: John Bomblno, Pat Casey, Jack Rizzzto, Chuck Mason, Louis Pontieri, Jim Hoff,
Dan Petretee. Second Row: Bob Devereaux, John McBride, Bill Picou, Ed Hoerner, Fr.
Michael Toulouse, S.J., Coach, Leo Carano, John Saegner.
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Sept. 3-School opens. We meet Fr. Eckstein, the
new Vice Principal.
Sept. 4-Classes get started. Aww please Mister, no
Sept. 5-First band practice. Let us have music
Sept. 6-Gonzagan staff holds first meeting. Roll
Sept. 13-Team sweeps Merry-go-Round! Mr. Kreu-
zer's skit a success.
Sept. 19-We scuttle Pirates 32 to 13!
Sept. 26-Clawed by the Tigers IQ to 7!
Oct. 4-Bullpups scalp Injuns 22 to 12.
Oct. 9-Whoopie! No school, Youth Conference.
Oct. 18-Philomathea Open House. Teachers and
parents get together.
Oct. 25-Those Tigers again! Gonzaga 7, Lewis
and Clark 12.
Nov. I-Quarter exams. Guess I'll have to start
studying . . .
Nov. 3-Frosh Nite. Oh, my aching back!
Nov. 9-Shrine game. Gonzaga 20, N. C. o!
Nov. 18-All City Night. Smith, Hare, and Budig
take home gold footballs.
Nov. 29-Knight Flight at K. C. a success.
Dec. 3, 4, 5-Annual Retreat. All's quiet.
Dec. I2-DCDHKCFS journey to Seattle. fThose lucky
Dec. 13-Crowley elected to lead Seniors.
Dec. I5-DCDHICFS are out to surpass last year's great
record. Bring home a Ist and 2nd place from
Dec. 22-Gonzaga Night. Iuniors take home the
bacon. Dan Crowley, Inspirational Award win-
ner, and Football lettermen are honored. Va-
Ian. 6-Back to the old grind, again.
Ian. Io-Basketball season opens. Pups down
Ian. 17-Gonzaga honors Father Dillon. Oh boy,
another holiday! Zags lose overtime thriller to
Ian. 31-Father Eckstein leaves for Bellarmine High.
Student body presents him with a presentg
Father presents us with a holiday. Team starts
clicking and dumps favored Central Valley.
Feb. 8-Gonzagan staff travels to Tacoma for Press
Feb. 13-"Arsenic and Old Lace" a delightful suc-
Feb. 14-We avenge previous defeat by L. C.
Feb. 15-Eighth period for all tardies, starts now.
Feb. 18-New student body officers inaugurated.
Feb. 26-Indians scalp us again!
Mar. 7-L. C. 28, Gonzaga 26! fWho wanted to go
to Seattle, anyway?j
Mar. 8-Debaters set out for Lewiston tourney.
Mar. I4 and I5-W. S. C. Debate tournament. We
'dood' it! Official State Champions!
Mar. 17-Founder's Day-No school, but stay away
from Rogers, boys!
Mar. 26-CGFOHDD Quarter exams.
Mar. 27-More exams, more trouble.
Apr. I-Gonzaga burns down! April Fool! CYak,
Apr. 3-Boarders go wildg Easter holidays begin.
Apr. 8-Boarders go crazy, school resumes.
Apr. Io-Baseball team looking good in pre-season
Arp. 15-Ball team continues to look good. Downs
Apr. 17-N. C. takes our measure. Ball team not
looking so good any more.
Apr. 25-Rogers defeats our track team.
May 1-Senior Elocution finals. Iim DeGroat de-
clared "maddest" of all.
May 6-For sale, lease, or rent, one slightly used
cellar. Present occupants expect to move to
higher quarters soon. See Gonzaga baseball
May 12-All senior portraits have been finished.
Egads, is that me?
May I5-ASCCHSiOH Thursday. No school but don't
forget to attend Mass.
May 16-Senior Prom. Grand success, and boy,
May 26-This is it! Final exams for Seniors.
May 28 and 29-Senior Retreat. Profitable for all ofi
us. And nothing burned.
Iun. I-Graduation exercises. Congratulations . ..
So long . . . Good Luck.
14 WMM 4:14 Um "S "
HILE ALLUDING, in the Foreword, to the great amount of work that has gone into this vol-
ume, we said nothing about the expense involved in its production. We take it for granted that
everyone realizes how dependent we are upon the cooperation of local business firms.
Consequently, if you are proud of this book, if you have enjoyed its contents, and if you continue to enjoy
them as the years go on-we ask that you express your appreciation by keeping in mind the firms whose co-
operation has made all this possible.
When you go shopping, when you have something to buy, go to a LUIGIAN ADVERTISER. Persuade
your friends to do the same.
Nor must we forget our many Patrons. We cite you loyal supporters of Gonzaga:
The Athletic Round Table
Dr. and Mrs. David Hartin Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Porter
Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Comegys Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Keenan
Dr. Clide E. Omstead Dr. and Mrs. I. W. Mounsey
Wm. Lucht, Ir. Mr and Mrs. F. M. Smith
Drs. L. and I. M. Bumgarner Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Rhodehamel
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn W. Golob Dr. and Mrs. F. McCarry
I. O. Crane Dr. and Mrs. Harold T. Pederson
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fleming Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Gaiser
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Holland Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Mann
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Del Cary Smith
Dr. and Mrs. A. de Roetth Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Swanson
Dr. and Mrs. M. Anthony Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Gowanlock
De Sales Catholic Library and Book Shop
2 QPQQ f
30II S. Grand 8I5 W. Garland
5IOI-5103 N. Market
Tull 86 Gibbs, Inc.
Home Furnishing Store
FIRST 6: WALL
0 . ' '
TO T 0 T H E
Um of 'W l SENIOR CLASS
HoTPo1NT F R 0 'V'
Ranges ! JUNIOR BUIIM 135
ome reezers CLASS OFFICERS
lroners 1st Sem. 2nd Sem.
Wiring 6, John Nelson Pres. Gerry Kelly
Electrical Frank Scarano V.-Pres. Frank Scarano
Supplies Gerry Kelly Sec. Bill Picou
George Mitchell Treas. Bill Picou
0REN'S RADIO gl ELECTRIC
John Piedmont Sgt-at-Arms George Mitchell
Jim DeGroat, Consultor
COMPLIMENTS PHONE M. 3542 EXPERT WATCH
MANK 8: SON PLUMBING D M
AND HEATING ' '
1728 E. SPRAGUE
wi-IERE QUALITY TELLS AND PRICE sr-:LLs
HENRY F. MANK BUSINESS PHONE
PROPRETOR LAKE, 5139 123 N. WASHINGTON ST. SPOKANE. WASH.
Efuvy fha' STANDARD DRUG co.
Student! Spa-la! 1829 N. Division Street - Br. 1417
Prescriptions and Sick Room Supplies
Toiletries and Stationery
' ' ' ' soda F tai
Walklkl Fountam n
Division and Boone THE REXALL STORE
Learn to Fly and Get Your Pilot's License FREE under the G. l. Bill.
C. A. A. approved for all Ratings. Largest and one of the most Modern
Flight Schools in the Northwest.
rwsmvmive vans or sus. nerenouts fume
MAM ER SH RECI4
Phone Lakeview 728i Felts Field, Spokane
Y 'll L'k Wil ' Fa o A h H l
Cliiilia Stealks Frledslirli guttei-n. S
Southern Style Chicken Soup t
With Dumplings W Sprague
' ll 7 Rive
L SON' S RESTAURANT Steam Heat--Hot S7.Cold Water
PHONE! Rlv- 9235 l QualityS1. Service Above The
,k w. 428 SPRAGUE Average
sPoKANE, wAsI-:ING-roN For The Price
M' 7751 KEN MORLAN Get Off On The Right Foot
Put Your Feet In
OUTDOOR SPORTING GOODS
Everything in Athletlc Equipment
School Letter Sweaters 4 Weeks Delivery Service
825 W. Main Spokane, Wn.
Best Wishes to
C1055 1947 723 W. Main Riv. 6767
Catholic Books l Class of
from Frosh Room 127
For Sale - For Rent
Buy Good Books for Your Library
Give Good Books As Gifts A
Rent Good Books for Your
Missals, Prayer Books, Bibles,
De Sales Catholic
Library and Book Shop
W. 707 Sprague- ln Graham's Store- R. 1664
FR. IOHN COUGHLIN, S. I. Moderator
Congratulations 14 7
PHONE MAIN 1672 on MAIN 2882
E " 'fS:fHt ,E
A I f ARKET
OCEAN FRESH FISH - CRABS - OYSTERS
SMOKED KIFPERED SALT AND
PICKLED FISH A SPECIALTY
W. 609 MAIN AvE. SPOKANE. WAsH.
Artistic Iron orks
LIGHT STRUCTURAL STEEL
FIRE ESCAPES and STAIRS
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
E. 29 Mongomery G. 4493
Sold by Athletes
GONZAGA TEE SHIRTS
SPECIALISTS IN ATHLETIC SHOES
S. 11 Howard Riv. 2127
id SPORTING oooos co.
Are you deslrous of obtaining strictly private
dancing lessons? If so, why not enroll for .such a
course at MlCHELE'S where all partrons are ac-
orded lndlvldual rooms and instructors. The cost
is no more and the results much more gratifying.
Appointments from 10 A. M. to
10 P. M. for Private Instruction.
Studios 5th Floor, Ziegler Building
Riverside at Howard
SCHOOL OF DANCING
"One of America's Exceptional Hotels"
W. 807 Sprague
Bike Repairing ana' Accessories
Model Aircraft and Supplies
N eill's Sport Shop
S. 1424 Bernard Street
Lumber and Building Materials
H 0 M E
"One Piece or a Track Load"
E. C. Clson Lumber Co.
"The Home of Quality
119 N. Post R. 2275
What Every Student Should Know
The average residential customer
of The Washington Water Power Company
pays less than 1-he per kilowatt hour for
This is LESS THAN HALF
the national average!
The Washington Water Power
Your fellow-citizen of the Inland Empire
extend to you all "Congratulations" for
the successful completion of your course
We hope some day you will give us the
opportunity of serving you. We know
you will be pleased with the high quality
and low cost of our products.
W. 408 Riverside
W. 514-1st Main 4206
Expert Cold Waving
Complete Beauty Service
Symons Beauty Bar
223 Symons Bldg.
M. 5695 Same Floor as KXLY
Best of Luck
Grads of ,47
103-9th Riv. 9253
CU GR TUL T10
TO GONZAGA HIGH 1947 GRADUATES
Will be happy to welcome you to college life
Summer Session-June 20, August 2
Fall Semester Begins September 8 for Freshmen
Regular Classes Start September 15
Liberal Arts Pre-Medical
COURSES INCLUDE g Music Law
For Veterans-Special Assistance and
1 Accreditation for Military Work
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Gonzaga's Proposed New Engineering Building
I ROY COOK
Electric Smith, Inc.
Post Atmm G. E. Appliances
Ph M 3557 Spokane 8, Wash.
E Sp 2 R 44
Riverside Warehouse , For
Commercial and Household Accounts
STORAGE and CARTAGE Calkins Mfg. Co.
Ph ne: R- 8063 E. 41 Gray A N 1102 Atlantic B. 0663
PHONE B. 1604
E. 130 MISSION AVE.
l l mmsiris so LA U N D RY
14 u . ,. nu Ill' p . 1 1' 11' IIIMII A N D
num. sv wsslou Ave Q
L. S. ROTHWELL
ROBERT L. ROTHWELL SPOKANE 13, WASH.
Hotel Halliday Congfgiflflfiissto the
BARBER SHOP from
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN
Sprague and St
A h P hner, Pron. Spokane, Washingto
Frank Pupo 86 Sons
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Ph M in 1686 W h M k
Complzbnents of thc'
W. D. Frawley, Prop.
S. 208 Wall R 6 9
P essing and Alterations
R336 A f Oph Th
The Crazy One Wants Your Car-
Money No Ob ject.
The One Man Who Always Gives
More Than He Promises
Phone B. 0675
Monroe and Broadway
B Phone: B. 3760 514 N. Monroe
Best Wishes CROSBY BROTHERS
, I SPOKANE Maytag COMPANY
Llndsey Food PLUMBING - HARDWARE and
WASHING MACHINE - PICK-UP Bc REPAIR
E. 33 12 Sprague SD km ,H S, Cm
G C b G. 6 05
Paul C. Reding EAT AT
WATCH REPAIRING i S
WHEN IT comes T0 EATING
Main 3492 I-I Add ,
319 Rookery Bldg. S 6 H S Edf Ha: It
Spokane 8, Washington L k 4 58
G fl P I M d P
Hi hSchoolSeniors,Graduafes... H 'I X
9 nvg5X1XOW ufQ
FRESH MILK Congratulations
CREAM and I0 the
ICE CREAM CLASS of ,47
Carnation Cgmpany Washnmgton Airways
fF0rmerly Br0aduicwQ Flight Training - Charter Flights
Phone Broadway 0364 ggiaifdwaghn
, Kelly's Flowers
Spokane Tltle Co. .
Corsages a Specialty
I. F. HUNT, Manager
L k S72 E. 4 Sp g
CLASS of 1947
W. 712 Sprague
TO THE GRADUATES FROM
N. 216 Division Street
Spokane 8, Washingt
Brown Shoe Store
Quality Footwear for the
W. 415 Riverside
Spokane, Wash. D hman, Wash.
Purple Sage Tavern
H. S. GIMBLE INS. AGENCY
See Us for Complete Insurance Service
730 W. SPRAGUE C. F. COVEY, Mgr. Phone: M. 2485
DEPARTMENT OF ANCHOR SECURITIES CO.
R. E. NELSON 86 CO.
i STOCK BROKERS
M g S t
Wire I nd 13 in Member Spokane Stock Exchange Tl ph CS. Main 4297-8
M k t 416 HYDE BUILDING - SPOKANE, WASHINGTON B 'I TCICWPC SP 91
ROY E NELSON Specialists in Norlhwesl Mining Securities A. I. BROWN
The Graduating Class of 947
"Where Old Friends Meet" Roy Veltri
N. 1226 Hamilton Manager
'hr 011555 nf '47
I Miz Imam 130
BOB EGAN IOE LYNCH BOB MAGNIISON
AL CHARLTON IIM LITTLE MERT NEUMANN
DAVE PROCTOR DICK WERNER IIM POWERS
MARK KELLY ......... .,..........I....,4 P RESIDENT
BUCK BAILEY .,.,,,IIS. ,4..,.,., V ICE PRESIDENT
AL CHARLTON .,......,,,SIIS ............. S ECRETARY
IOE CAIN .....,.......4. ...,..II.4....,..,,.,.. T REASURER
JOE LYNCH .4...I..........,.4..I...,.,............,,.....,,....I.... ....,I.. ...,....,...,.,....,........ ....,.,......4....,.,......... S E R GEANT-AT-ARMS
Moderator: MR. LUCAS KREUZER, S. I.
The Future Is for Those Who Prepare for It. Compliments
Prepare Yours With Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co. of
QQ 9, I B 8 G
H. D. Hod ELLER I
E. Burner L. Gugler
and Associates cownem
IAMES H. ANDERSON t
B. B. BACHARACH
I. H. KUENNING "Ezferytl1ing in the Line of Foods"
C. A. NEWTON k
627 O N B Bldg. R 7119 L 2029 E 3608 Sprague
COMPLIMENTS TO THE
CLASS OF 1947
LoU1s J. TONANI
GUNS - FISHING TACKLE --SPORTING GOODS
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - RADIOS
N. 1209 HAMILTON STREET
Phone G. 4683
f OFFICE SUPPLIES I
School is a Business,
and Business is a School
OFFICE SUPPLIES are essential to both important fields.
While you are in School as well as when you have graduated, we
invite you to regularly visit our store and Printing Plant to ac-
quaint yourselves with efficient Office Items and Printing.
Ask us to show you National Accounting Records and Columnar
Pads with "Eye-Ease" Paper, Office Furniture, Filing Supplies,
Engineering Instruments, Brief Cases, Ring Books, Fountain
Pens and Pencils, Desks Pads, Desk Lamps, and other
TIME-SAVING BUSINESS TOOLS
us: oun ' 8 LEEESS
konAK 'Q Yom,
NLM v smruonmsf PRINTERS -encsmvsns - TYPEWRITER
FINISHING - -- orncz ' OUTFITTERS '- - IN
SERWCE ' SIwIz.one,Uf ' TUNE
325-327 Riverside Phone Main 3361 326-328 Sprague
oUR BUSINESS IS 'ro HELP YOUR BUSINESS
0 G d' rzby W. 332W Riverside
W' h O
H. I. "Shine" McKenna
1 I G. U. '32
WE SFISIAUZE IN HUJNU
We Duplicat B k L
Our wn n m Op
nt ver 20 Years' Experxence
80 X fm
Ophh lmic Dispenser W. 418 Riv d
3026 E. 5th Ave. L. 1582
Compljmc-mfg Check our everyday low prices
A I of b FREE DELIVERY
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
M, IZSI Howard and T
H efmessgf Fzmem! H owe
The Fern Candy Co.
Phone: B. 2202 Night Phone: B. 2444
Specializing in Heavy Pre-Heat
and Portable Electric Welding
and Emergency Breakdowns
1039 N. Division Spokane II, Washington
Concrete Ready to Pour
N. 805 Division Brdwy. 2155
Rain Swapaw-Nam Mmm Ga.
W. Q10 Sprague Ave
DR. G. W. LOUGHLIN
E. 3003 DIAMOND AVENUE
SPOKANE 14, WASHINGTON
SPOKANE 4, WASHINGTON
Spokane 8, Washington Phone: Main 3835
A 45 1
1 If I5 The Gonzaga Ballpaps
Home of Spokane's
traditionally fine I BCYZ7' of dl TCZZ771
Silver Grill . . . Noted 1
for good food . A i .
friendly place to Bear 15 3
dine or to entertain . . .
Private dining rooms for Bear for Selhng
' . . . Ph M.
parties one 5191 Real Estate and
C. E. Bear 86 Co.
218 Paulsen Bldg. M. 3359
COMPLIMENTS Geo. E. Brady C. L. Sampson
P. M. JACOY . AWNINGS
x""' since was ' 7'
Retail and Wholesale
. Canoes Ffadacfs Ol ill Inna!!
0 Magazines, Etc. . CO.
. Candy V V,,,. 5POKANE.WA3H1
405 Sprague AVC. i A Co-Partnership
3 I N. 318 Division St. M. 4233
Complete outfit, including shirt,
collar, ties and studs.
Single or double-breasted styles ,S
fAll sizesj, 152.50 and 253.50
"Worthy of Your Trust"
Costumes for School Plays,
Masquerades. Rodeos, Etc.. at ' Precise Prescription Service
Low Rentals. We Ship Anywhere. Old National Bank Bldg-
Mi1ler-DerVant ' l A. c. Uptagmfri H. L. James
: . li , h-
IOI7 W. Riverside Main 6642 Phone M 2364 SP0 am: 8 was
to the Class of 1947
Your Catholic Education
Is a Priceless Heritage C
KN IGHTS OF COLUMBUS
With Every Best Wish
Th Class of '4
CGonzaga Boardersjl W l
De Smet Hall
lst Scmcstcr 2nd Semester
Mike Kostecka-Pres. Fred Price-Pres.
Iim Browne-Vice-Pres. Norman Blashill-Vice-Pres.
Fred Price-Sec.-Trcas. Iack Ringwood-Sec.-Trcas.
Russell Schulz-Sgt.-at-Arms Robert Pendleton-Sgt.-at-Arms
Best Wishes to the , , ,
GMM! M1ss1on Dalry Lunch
from "Where Quality Dotlz Endure and
I Prices Are Demuren
N' 7 Wan St' Main H73 I HAMILTON NEAR MISSION
Congratulations and I Compliments to the
. I Cl f '
Best Wlshes M 0 47
from . .
Svphomofff of Umverslty Pharmacy
Room N. 1230 HAMILTON
Good Luck and Best Wishes to
All the Grads
IF rrs MADE OF PAPER ws HAVE IT
707-711 Sprague Ave. Spokane, Wash.
KODAK FINISHING - ENLARGING - COPYING -
COLORING - FRAMING
SPOKANE FILM DEVELOPING Co.
NEW AND LOVELY THINGS
ARE ARRIVING DAILY
1 Drop in Anytime
You Arc Mo!! Welrome
GEORGE BELL Q I
P O Box 128 S. 207 Howard St A
Ph R de 0414 .. '
R . Ph R 46 9 Spokane, Wash. N' I Wall street
. . Congratulations
. W. Brlht Servlce Gonzaga
Approved Clam. of ,47
Great Western Fuel Co
2623 N' DIVISION ST E. 222 DeSmet B. 210
to the Senior Class of
748 QUARTERBACK GM
Congratulations to the
SPr0uSe'Re1tZ 86 CO' SHOES AND REPAIRING
E- 1910 Sprague AVC- 702 Main Avenue Main 5479 I
Royal Men's Shop
414 RIVERSIDE AVE.
Compliments of I
Oliver Zinkgraf I
Q O CONTRACTOR
E. 1606 Sharp Avc. Lakeview 4602
of PCLAR INN
5 A Place to Meet
C' P' H1 glns 1 Your Friends '
748 PEYTON BLDG. N. 1225 Division B. 2400 W
' I , QUALITY Sc THE RIGHT PRICE
Wra1ght s Store on
Sd! to 51.00 and up CORRECTLY FILLED PRESCRIPTIONS
g Apparel Are Always Obtainable
0 Kitchenware at
. Lamp MILLER 86 FELT
0 M' . .
, Prescriptions '
VM, Om. pe, Shop 2M N. Howard Riverside 4179
Main and Wall Riv. 5442 just North of Sprague on Howard
MT. SPOKANE IN MIDWINTER
By L. G. NUMBERS
Wishing the Graduates the Peak of
Success in Future Years
u- rt tudio
621 Zukor Bldg. Spokane, Washington
qimfmerly Jamieson BIdg.b
I Parrish's Flowers
Best Wishes it
Fine Flowers - Moderately Priced
"The Family Store" R it W 8 65 A
RIVERSIDE AT LINCOLN 475 I 2 pr g
D I to the Class of 1947
Duthle Seed Co. fm ,
501 MAIN AVENUE MOSS Sporting
R. W. NEVILLE, Mgr. Goods
Spokane, Wash. I ' WORK GLOVES
. W. 45 Riverside Phone: M. 356
vA?,v .LEd-.4 T L -
B i . BEST WISHES
est Wzshes -
to the Clase of 1947
gf l from V
Spolqanefv Pioneer Fuel
Merkle,s Bakery Mfffhfmff
More than 50 years caring for
Spokane's fuel needs
1 FUEL OIL
3 " D DIAMOND
, Ice 86 Fuel Co.
W- 528 IHfli3Ik B d Y 5 31 N. 74 Division ii Broad y 57
- M ' L
Serving zhe People of the
i Compliments OKANOGAN VALLEY
I f and the
0 CHELAN VALLEY
With Elficicncy and Comfort
PLUMBING 8: HEATING CO.
N. 226 Division I VV. 429 First Ave. Main 6465
Thomas R. E. Berry, Manager
-L F -- -
Union Iron W orks 53
SPOKANE sub to 1
FULL STOCK OF: I 'I :wifi msn,
Sh s,Pl ,B ,Sh ,D'llS l, '
l CCI 3531lov3rStran2:ip?VirerRop5eC. R. Shafting and Comphmcnu
l Transmission, Boiler Tubes and Pipe of
Mining, Milling 8: Sawmill Machinery, Boiler Shop, i
d',Mh' Sh,S lSlTk 1
Foun ry IIC iznred Page vggxritura tee an 1 CO.
ESTABLISHED 1890 S. 120 Howard St. M. 5397
i CM W I -M 'Q 1 A -
2 Brownson Motor Co. 1 Best Wlshcs to
1 Class of ,47
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH
E 2 1 Adams Tractor Co.
Best inofsenjice I Ford Tractors, Ferguson System,
V ! I Iflfheellcss Implementx
5 DiShmHl'l Xvalnuf 1545 I E. 1602 Trent Spokane 15, Wash.
I - . m ...- .
KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES SPrguSe.ReitZ CQ,
5c - IOC - ISC .Store
I , SCHOOL SUPPLIES
1 7 o1'E1v UNTIL 6:30 FOR YOUR
FOGELQUIST S C,,NVEN,ENCE
5 COFIICI' Sprague Hl'1Cl I'IOW3l'Cl U HAMILTON NEAR MISSION
I L -.
You Can Cbtain The Pr
Hot Lunches - 4
MR. and N
E GRAD S OF 4 Jacobsens
in ,he M, W Devil Dog
MILK - - -
f x ICE CREAM lf
1 Q image
X N Arqaen .45
Jets On These Pages
- WHITE INN
ceries - Candies
'our Patronage I . I
A. RYAN PCPS1-C013
ICOMEIMENTS Erin CLASS OF '47 the
NEHI IZCATTLING Q Spot
Botiicrffal Crown Cola .
PAR-'aii'-PAK Western Bottling Co
W Sales I
C0 Compliments of
Air Conditi ,, of
REFRIGERAHQN A Friend of Gonzaga
M. 3753 123 E. grd
of Spokane's Cnly All
The Model Cafe , , .
fUnder Knights of Columbus Hallj
W.7I4 Spr g A ue Q
' C r 1 t Y
Tombarl Food Ongfa U a CS Ou
arket EART 8 DILATUSH
GEO. S. ALLEN, Owner PROFESSIONAL PHARMACISTS
The Very Best Goods . ,,,A,. w , ,
at N sftvrus Slh Mai SPOKA
owes! Possible Prffe
L k " 2290 S. 825P 59
H.. , , , .:.. , ,
avenport Hotel I Spokane, Wn.
George Elmer Brown
THE CATHOLIC STORE
7 Monroe St. Phone: M. 4758 N 5202 Market Street
Spokane Fish Co.
l. lf. MGGUVGHI-C3II0ll 00.
6 4 P 5 Bldi,
dway I24I W. 924 Mallon M 334
. . Compliments
Choice Fruit and of
Groceries - Meats - Delicatessen
Fresh Frosted Foods
Spokane 8, Washington
Owned and Operaterl by
H. E. MORRIS
one: Main 3393 605 Sprague Av
N. 1014 Division
SUCK Q9 BUSKIINI
X! ? XX
Rube's Smoke Shop
109 NORTH HOWARD P R
Cigars - Pipes - Smoker's Novelties
Whitman's Candies co-
N. 215 POST
S C "The Easiest Place in Town
i to Buy Furniture"
W. 412 RIVERSIDE
C O K. C
S2125 gswafiy fom 60 wean
or glvls gunna!
S k XX! h
l - W 0
I o t e ra uates
l FURNITURE CG. of 1947
Complete Home Furnishers ,
4 Burgan s
E 5109 N. Market G. 5456 N. II2O Division B. o 86
Compliments CONGRATULATIONS TO
' Of THE CLASS OF '47
MARCEL VERCRUYSSE AND I
l DHVQIIIIOPI Hotel Home of "Ripple's Cripple!"
l Buy- WI!! uv!
I 5 cerwflfnp
I D X x x
A R We Specialize in
l I BRAND Club Dance Programs,
Tickets, and Dodgers
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FROM YOUR FRIENDLY Dyer Printing Co
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Left to right, first row: Bob Sweeney, Don Boisen, Bill Davix, justin Seipp. Second
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SGT.-AT-ARMS, ISK SEM.
ROBERT CODD, PRES., ISI SEM.
TREAS., ISI AND 2nd SEM.
WILLIAM DAVIS, PRES., 2nd SEM.
WALTER DEVLIN .
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