Gonzaga Preparatory School - Luigian Yearbook (Spokane, WA)

 - Class of 1949

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V 1 Jcftevlft - Emmy-QKVAA, Vw if as-V 1,5-.43 ..aVf:g..g.i2':5'iLV.Q55M.b--:,. .. AV X 'mf X I 1, I QQIQQ 7 I U . I Ilx I 1 lf' M QL- , "'W '- AE ,Mu . Q' 'gf M N H5 s - .. " X ff wmv 4 QW W LUKT? AQV. .mf ws .15 wif ,da K 'i .Q ff H . 1 4 xl NW x K XX? ,L L3 fgx',,wx1AV,A 4 -' 0 J o nw I I . " lo , 1' V L. fry, A 'ZX 5-Qi-A I' . . cm! vga 0 ?. M411 557 5? CX4? 47" 4 NINE NA 'EV' Lgf' All: fx Tcwiku JIM FEES ....................w.,,,.w... Editor-' Ch f A I JOE HATHAWAY EE........ Business M g U BOB MAGNUSON ,sY,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Sports Ed L W 'NIL ' ' 1 1 rl efgggglllflbfl Hlbil QJBHDUL I I K X Spokane, ufadfzing lon . Volume XVIII fu? Y U PQ AV' 7 I j x!"'J Page Four gI7l'6W0lZl' At Gonzaga We have come to place high praise upon our Luigian, and rightly so. Through her pages we recall the many hours those men in black have labored to aid us in becoming better Christians. As we proceed a little fur- ther, We see the faces of our close friends with Whom We toiled so laboriously in the academic field. What many happy and joyful thoughts leap to our minds as we glance at the various activities. How much we learned about good sportsmanship to all in our athletic endeavors. Indeed, our hearts go out in gratitude to the many good friends who en- abled us to share the high expenses of publishing our book. The Luigian Staff is proud to know that they could preserve these many memorable events for you within the following pages. Dedicaf 2714 A Catholic education is a special Grace. We of Gon- zaga have been the recipients of unknown and undeserved blessings, and in our hearts we are truly grateful to our parents who have made that Catholic education possible. As part of that education we have come to realize that the word "Parent" is synonomous with "Sacrifice," that love is a chore as Well as a charm. Their selfless parental ex- ample will always be our inspiration. It is therefore to our self-sacrificing parents that we dedicate this yearbook in grateful tribute. Page Five ,Mminisfrai bn and Zzculfy mv, af. mmm. FR. FRANCIS E. CORKERY, S.J. President of Gonzaga University and High School FR. JOHN GUBBINS, S.J. Vice President of Gonzaga University and High School FR. JOHN HURLEY, S.J Vice Principal of Gonzaga High School FR. GORDON E. TONER, S.J. Principal of Gonzaga High School f Page Six .2 ,,,vflp-vufv' FR. TIMOTHY GLANCEY, S.J. Latin, English, A1- gebra, Religion, Class Teacher FR. MICHAEL KUNZ, S.J. Chemistry, Religion, Moderator of Science Club FR. FRANCIS BLAES, S.J, French, Latin, Re- ligion. FR. JOHN COUGHLIN, S.J. Latin, English, Al- gebra, Religion. Class Teacher FR. HARRY J AHN, S.J. Geometry, Advanced Al g e b r a, Religion, Faculty Moderator of Athletics ' .51 f Eglin... T5 FR. EDWIN SPRAGUE, S.J. Latin, Religion, Spir itual Father Father Kunz conducting Chemistry Lab. FR. GEORGE ZELENAK, S.J. English. Typing, Re- ligion, Assistant Pre- fect of Resident Stu- , dents FR. MICHAEL TOULOUSE, S.J. Latin, Geometry, E n gl i s h Religion, Class Teacher FR, PETER OiGRADY, S.J. Latin, English, Span ish, Religion N xx. Page Seven MR. BROOKS MR. WILLIAM MR. FRANCIS COSTELLO, S.J. LeROUX, S.J. WALSH, S.J. French I and II Latin, English, His- English, Latin, His- tory, Tennis Coach, tory, Coach of Fresh- 4 ' :AVA I 9 5 gl, Ll' i 1' Assistant Prefect of man Athletics 1 Resident Students X,-5 L. age Mr. Buckley aiding the future men of tomorrow MR. FRANCIS MASTERSON, S.J. Plane Geometry, Trigonometry, Solid Geometry, Religion, Luigian Advisor Eight MR. JOHN FITTERER, S.J. L a t i n, Greek, Re- medial Reading, Mod- erator of Dramatics MR. JAMES REICHMANN, S.J. Latin, Greek, Relig- ion, Moderator of Debating Society, As- sistant Prefect of Resident Students MR. EARL LaRIVIERE, S.J. History, Religion, As- sistant Prefect of Resident Students MR. EMMETT BUCKLEY, S.J. Sociology, Typing 5 1 , if ,1 I I- MR. BERNARD MR. THOMAS MR. FRANCIS MCMEEL, S.J. ZEYEN, S.J. GREENE, S.J. Physics, Advanced Al- English, Religion English, History, Re- gebra, Assistant Mod- ligion, Gonzagan Ad- erator of Athletics visor MR. WILLIAM FRAZIER Algebra, Director of Athletics, Head Coach of Football and Base- MR. JOHN PRESLEY American G o V e r n- ball Coach Frazier gives a few pointers to his players MR. LEE MR. RICHARD MR. DONALD McNAUGHT Mc GIN N MILLER Music Instructor, Di- Economics, B ook - English, Track Coach, rector of Band keeping, Typing Assistant Coach of F00tba11 ment, U.S. History, Basketball Coach, As- sistant Coach of Baseball ' A Page Nin n 'EEL W 'J W Smiors VWVSENIOR OFFICERS-seated-Left no Right: Jim Fees, Vice President: Tony Cafaro, Secretary. Standing-Left to Right: Bob Burns, Treasurer: Paul Arnold, President: Charles Mason, Sergeant-at-Arms. 50121 611155 af '49 X The members of the graduating class of '49 have attended their last class at beloved Gonzaga High. However, although they have left the halls of Gonzaga, many are the memories that will remain with them for life. They are memories of four glorious years packed with success and sometimes failuresg but nevertheless, cherished memories for their record is a noble and outstanding one. The senior class of '49 will always re- member Gonzaga with love and gratitude for all she has done for them. l'Al'L BERNARD ARNOLD "Spud" --- "Well now, down in Pocatello, where I live"w-Honor Roll 1, 2 3, 4: Student Body Of- ficer 4: Class Officer 3, 4: Gamma Beta 1. 2. 3, 4: K.O.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: K,O.L. 3, 41 Dramatics 3. 4: Minor Football 3, Foot- ball 43 Minor Basketball 2, 33 Basketball 4: Minor Baseball lg Baseball 2, 3, 43 Salutatorian, IRICIIARD .ll-ISSH li.XII,il'IY "Buck"-"Let's go out to the east end, Kenney"- Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4: Class Officer 1, 2, 3: "G" Club 3, 41 K.O.L. 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1. Page Twelve ROIEERT I-INGENE BEAULIEI' "Bo"-"Is this a holi- day?" - General - K.O. A. 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 23 Minor Football 1, 21 Minor Baseball 1, 2. LOUIS JAMES BAUMER "Wheels"-"But father, I've gotta get out!" - Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2. 3. 4: Gonzagan 1, 2, 3, 43 Editor 43 Luigian l, 23 Debating 2, 3, 4, K.O,S. 3, 43 Class Officer 1: Dramatics 2, 3. 43 Band 1, 23 "G" Club 2, 3, 45 K.O.L. 3, 45 El- ocution 2, 3, 45 Minor Football 1, 31 Minor Basketball 13 Minor Base- ball 1: Tennis 3, 4. ORRIN BASSETT BENDFELT- KENNETH HAROLD Bl'IN'l'l.EY- "Gus"-Scientific-Honor Roll "Ken"--"The heck with you, 3, 43 K.O.S. 3, 43 Tennis 3. 43 Buster."-General-Band 43 Beverly Hills High, Beverly Salmon High 1, 2. Hills. California 1, 2. RICHARD LEE BETHPII.-"Beams" vl0'SEl'll .E D N' A R ll .BINDER- -"Oh, grea,t."-Scientific- "Toni"--"Dont you call me a Minor Football 2. liar! I was there!"-General- lce Club 4. I I -'I X Y GARY LAWRl:lNCl:1 BINGAM.AN-- IJ 0 X A Lll .IONSI-2l'll BOSCH- ' ing"-"I clon't believe it."- "Elbow"-"You don't need any Scientific-Gamma Beta 2, 3, help to carry it out, Ettenf' 43 Kennewick High, Kenne- -Scientific-Class Officer 21 wick, Washington 1. Minor Football 3. F i Club 43 Class Officer 43 Minor Football 23 Football 4. "Bummy"i"You need glasses" -Scientific-K.O.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2. Al1ARf'l's "The Noise"-"I'd rather have your luck than the license to steal." - Honor Classical -- Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 43 Gon- zagan 3. 43 Debate 2, 3, 43 K.O.S. 33 K.O.L. 3, 43 Elocution 2, 3. l'Al'l. 0 R Y I l.' L H BROOKS - "Pab10"-"Is that 1'ight?"-- Scientific-Band 3. 43 "G" R 0 li H R 'I' LEE lil'NlG.KRNl'IR- JUSEPII Bl"l'Zl'lRIN- IQDWARD liE,0Rlil:1 li R 0 W N - "Brownoski"-"I'll meet you at Jack West's."-Scientific- Gonzagan 33 Minor Football 1, 2. R0'lll4Il!'l' J A Nl E S li l' It N N - "Bustor"-"Cozne on. Holley, flcx your muscles."--General -K,O.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4: Gonzagan 3, 4: Luigian 33 Dramatics 3. 43 "G" Club 2, 3, 4: K.O.L. 3, 42 Student Body Officer 23 Minor Footabll 1. 23 Minor Basketball 1, 23 Basketball 3, 43 Minor Baseball 13 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Track 2. ANTIIONY "Tony"-"How about a. hint, Jack?" - Honor Classical --- Hon-or Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 K.O.A 1, 2, 3. 43 Class Offcer 1. 2, 4: Gonzagan 3, 43 Dramatics 4: K.O.L. 43 Minor Football 13 Minor Baseball 2. l-'RANCIS l'.U'l.XRO- Page Thirteen LH XHLI-JS JOSEPH CAIN-"Bii'i1b J0'SE'l'H ROBERT CANIBERN- inghamu-"I can't sec doing it now, Siguawn - Scientific -A Honor Roll 1, 23 K.O.A. 1, 23 Class Officer 1, 23 Gonzagan 1, 23 Luigian 1, 23 Minor Foot- ball 1, Minor Basketball 1, 2. "Joe"-"No Snow?"-Scien-I tific-Minor Football 1. I'Xl'RlCK STUART CASEY--"Ace" IIAROLD EUGENE CHANCE- -- "Want to go a fcw rounds. Mr.?" v - Scientific - Minor Football 1. ALBERT KEITH CHARLTON- "Gimpy"-"Look out hot rod or I'll deck you."--Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Officer 2, 3, 43 Gamma Beta 1, "G" Club 3, 43 K.O.L. 3, 43 Class Officer 43 Student Body Officer 43 Minor Football 1, 23 Football 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3. Page Fourteen "Eugen-"Where we going to- night?" - Classical - Honor Roll 1, 23 Luigian 2, 3, 43 K.O. A. 1, 2: Debate 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Band 2, 33 Minor Football 2. THUNIAS RAL-PH CI.ARK-"Foot- ball Phil"-"No kidding"- Classical-Honor Roll 1, 43 K. O.S, 3, 43 "G" Club 2, 3, 43 Manager 2, 3, 4. JACK JOSEPH CONDON-"Chev" -"Let's blow this dump" -Scientific-Class Officer Minor Footbll 2. 3 DANIEL PATRICK C 0 Y Ll E "Deadeye"-"Let's call Charlie" -General-Honor Roll 43 Gon- zagan 43 Glee Club 1 ROBERT WAYNE DEVEREAUX DONALD JOSE-PH CONNELL- A'Don" - "Where's Baumer?" - Honor Classical - Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Gonzagan 43 Luigian 2, 43 K.O.S. 3, 41 K.O. A, 33 K.O.L. 3, 43 Dramatics 2, 3, 4. DON.XI.lD JOSEPH CROTEAU- "Crots"-"I don't drink, Jack." -Scientific-Honor Roll 23 K.O.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Luigian 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 1, 23 Minor Base- ball 13 Minor Basketball 3. JOHN ll E ll N A IC ID llIONNE- "Bob"-"Is the lunchroom "Speed"-"Where is it?"- open?"-Scientific-K.O.A. 13 Scientific-Honor Roll l, 2, 3, K.O.L. 3, 43 Minor Football 2, 4: Glee Club 33 Apologetics 23 33 Minor Baseball 1, 2, 3. Gonzagan 4. l ROBERT JACOB FALLON-"Bob" -"I am the brains of this out- fit"-Scientific-Class Officer' 23 Minor Football 23 Minor Basketball 2, 33 Basketball 43 Track 3, 43 Colton High, Col- ton, Washington. ROBERT RAYMOND FLA llERTY- XVII "Drilley"-"Meet you at the pool hall, Tillisch"-Genera.l- Class Officer 2. 33 "G" Club 43 Minor Football 2, 33 Football 43 Minor Basketball 33 Base- ball 43 Hill Military Academy, Portland, Oregon 1. LIAM FRANCIS FOS'l'l-Ilt- "Bill"-"Where's Malonc?"-- General-'Minor Football 13 Minor Baseball 1 ball 4. JABIES RICHARD FEES-"Jim" J0 -"You can't beat a Ford"- Scientific-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Senor Class Officer 43 Gon- zagan 3, 43 Luigian 3, 43 Editor 43 K.O.S. 3. 43 O'Dea High, Seattle, Washington 1, 2. Il X CLETUS FLANIGAN - "Clet"-"All right, Mister, I'l1 get a slip!"-Scientific. REX RAYMOND GERLACII- "Nimrod" -- "Fine" - Honor Classlcal-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 43 Gonzagan 43 K.O.S. 3, 4: Dramatics 43 Glee Club 43 Golf 4. '1'HEl0I'HILE EDWARD D0l,LlE- WILLIAM LOREN DONAIS-"Wild "Theo"-"Well, what do you Want me to do about it?"- General-Glee Club 4. ROBERT .IANIES HGAN-"Rapid Robert"-"What are you doing?" - Honor Classical - Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 2. 3. 4: Dramatics 3, 4: K.O.S. 3, 43 Gonzagan 3, 43 K.O.I... 3, 43 Apologetics 23 Track 3, 4. IIERMAN WILLIS IGLWIXNIAN- "Cookie"-"My turn to buy it, Bosch!" -- Scientific - Honor Roll 33 "G" Club 3, 43 Minor Football 1, 2, 33 Football 43 Minor Basketball l, 2, 33 Basketball 43 Track 3, 43 Base- Wi1liam"-"Ah, for crying out loud" - H o n o r Classical - Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 43 K.O.S. 33 Gonzagan 1, 2, 3, 43 Elo- cution 23 Apologetics 2, De- bate 2. 3. 43 K. O. L. 3, 43 Luigian 3: K. O. A. 1. 21 Minor Football 13 Minor Baseball 13 Tennis 3, 4. -IANIES D 0 N A I, D EIERDA Nl - "Smoky"-"No you can't"- Scientiflc-Gonzagan 13 Minor Football 1. D 0 N A L D HENRY l'I'l"l'l'1X - "Bumps"-"Where will we go?" -GeneralfHonor Roll 4: Class Offcei' 1, 2, 33 Minor Football 3: Minor Basketball 1. Page Fifteen BIQARVIN ROBERT G LOWER- "Jake"-"Let's have a hot time tonight, Cain" -- Scientific - Honor Roll 1, 2, Dramatlcs 3. 41 "G" Club 3, 4, Class Officer 2. 33 Football 3, 4, Minor Basketball 33 Basketball 4. JOHN WILLIAM IIAHBERG - LLHHU1blll'gGl"' g "U1'p!" - General. JOSHPII CIIARIJQS ll.X'l'lI.UY.X Y- ,IUII Page "Atta Boy"-"Whats the answer to this one, Cronin?" Honor Classical--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3: Luigiau 2, 3, Debating 23 Drnmatics 2. 3, K,O.L. 3, Elocution 2. N AlI1'II.1l41I. IIICRN - "Big John"-"Come on, lf't's gon-- Gciicral-Clziss Officer 1, 2, 3, Dramatics 2. 3, 43 "G" Club 3. 4, K.O.l..-. 3. 43 Minor Football li Football 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3. Sixteen Minor Baseball 2. 1 1 t China 1, 2. NIELYIN HENRY HART5IEII'IR- "Mel"-"Shes big enough to eat hay."-Scientific-Gamma Beta 2, 3, 43 Luigian 2, 3, 41 K.O.S. 3. 42 K.O.A. 2 , 41" Dramatics S Se ' .J ,,,,.o.,'q4-- , 1 f ' I YVIILIANI l.0ROY IlEI,BLING- "Willie"-"How about a sand- wich, Gimpy?" - Scientific- Gamma Beta 1, 2, 3, 4, HOA. 1, 2, 3, 4, "G" Club , 3, Class Office 43 Mi r o 4. 1, 2:fMi ask t rack , .llllIX I' .X 'l' R I I' K ll0l,lLANI!- "Jake"-"Oh, I cl0n't know"f Scientific-K.O.A. 1, 23 Gamma Beta 1, 2, 3, 41 K.O.L. 3, 41 "G" Club 2, 3, Class Officer 3, Manager 2, 3. W WllLI.l.UI LAWRENCE GllGLER- "Bill"g"Let's see some girls." -Scientific-Giee Club 3, 4, 1 "RW gels: . '5-Scientifi -Honor Ro , . 41 Class Of- fice , Gamma Beta 3, 4, a Salle High, Hongkong LAWRICNCIQ .LEO .G 0 0 IME Y - "Gooley Boy"-"Good Night" -Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2. 33 Band 1, 2, 3, Class Officer 1. Wll.lLl.Ul l"li.1Nl'lS Gl'S'l'AFSON -"Gus"-"Can't say it"-Gen- eral-Class Officer 2, 33 Minor Football 1, 2. UISERT LEE ll.Xrxfi-"H6l'IIl3.Xl"- 'KThey're making me leave"- Scientific-K O.A. 1, 2, 4, Class Officer 2. THOMAS l'lllI4Lll' Il0'LlLI-lY- "Tiger Tom"-"Got a pencil, Burns?"-General-K.O.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Officer 33 Gonzagan 2, 43 Luigian 3, 43 Band. 1, 23 Elocution 3. MERTUN LEE IIUWAKND-"Bud" -"Oh well!"-Honor Classical -Honor Roll l, 2. 3, 43 Debat- ng 2, 3. 43 K.O S. S. Dramatcs 2, 3, 43 K.O.L. 3. 4: Cheer Lead- er 3. JABIES ROBERT JOHNS-"Jim" -"No, Howard, you ca,n't have my homework!"-Scientific- Honor Roll 1, 3, 43 Minor Football 1, 2. Il EN N I S JOSEPH .HOWARD- "Sleepy"-"I am not going in this time, Pontieri."-Scien- tific-Class Officer 23 Minor Football 1, 23 Minor Baseball 2, 3. 'I AMES MILLER H UM l'lIREY-- "Heaps"-"Let's play pinochle" -Scientific-Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Gamma Beta 2, 3, 43 Lewiston Hi h, ewistof, Idaa 1, 4' N fi""'? J 1 JAMES PATRICK KEIILY-"Jim" -"Has anyone seen Mark?"- Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Debating 23 K.O.S. 3, 4: K.O.A. 1, 23 Dramatics 43 K.O. L. 3, 43 Band 2, 33 Track 2. MARCUS M I L T 0 N "Judge"-"Where's Jim?"- Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Officer 23 Dra- matics 43 K.O.L. 3, 4: Apolo- getics 23 Elocution 43 Minor Basketball lj Minor Baseball 13 Track 1, 3, 4. GE'0'li.GE YVAGNER V "Vic"-"I st b 8 O her recor - 1 ' - Honor 11 B . Gamma Beta edict, Oregon 1, 2, 3. I 3 ' , .ff v Angel Seminary, St. IF. ' 'a KELLY- PATRICK LLWUYD KENNEY-"Red" "Sorry Bailey, I can't get the car!"-Scientific-Gonzagan 33 "G" Club 2, 3, 43 Minor Foot- ball 13 Manager 23 Cheer Lead- er 4. TIIOMAS JOSEPH LAPPANO- "Little Lappanon-"How goes the night boy?"-Gene1'al- Minor Football 1, 2. Football 3, 43 Minor Track 1, 2: Track 3, 43 Minor Baseball 1, 23 Base- ball 3,43 Class Officer 13 "G" . 1' ,J . 4 I, ww!!! - Club 3, 4, f 0 - - FRANCIS GERALD 1..xssm.l.- .Immun KEVIN LEJIMAN- "Jerry"-"Music maketh a soul."-General-Glee Club 43 "Jerry"-"Drop Dead!"-Honor Classical--K.O.A. 13 Gonzagan 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 K.O.L. 3. 4. Page Seventeen ERN EST NI.Vl"l'lllI'IW' l.l+I0'N.XlilJ- "Ernie"-"HOW much is it?" -Scientific-Hogior Roll 43 Golf 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM IEDNIUXU LUOSNIORIC- J US "Gone with the wind"-"Aw, I would you guys, but 1 have to pick up a fricucl."-Gen- eral-Honor Roll 43 Class Of- ficer 1, 2, 3, 4. EPH W 1 L L I A M LYNCH -- "Crazylegs"-"lAnybody going near the GOlf Course?"- Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 K.O.A. 1, 2, 33 Class Of- ficer 1, 2, 33 Dramatics 3, 43 "G" Club 1, 2, 3, 4: K.O.L. 3, 4: Student Body Officer 2, 43 President 43 Min-or Football 13 Football 2, 3, 43 Minor Basket- ball l3 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Minor Baseball 13 Golf 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2. J A M E S ll U R If E Y LITTLE- "Maestro"-"Ya stupid jerk!" - Honor Classical - Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 K.O.S. 3, 4: Glee Club 13 Band 2, 33 Ski Club 43 K.O.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Elocution 4. JAMES NVILLIAM LUCAS-"Luke" JUI -"Humphrey Merriman is losing weight since the 'Why Not Drive Inn' was moved."- General-Class Officer 1, 2, 31 Minor Baseball 13 Baseball 2, 3. IN l'A'l"RlCK M A D D E1 N - "Johnny"-"Quick, Light a match!" - General - Honor Roll 43 Glee Club 1, 3, 43 Quar- tet 3, 43 Band 2, 33 Dramatics 4. ROBERT NORRIS MAGNUSON- MICIIAHL BARTELL MALDNE- Page Eighteen E "Lefty"-"Come on you guys, let's hustle."-Honor Classical -Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Minor Basketball 23 Minor Baseball 13 Baseball 2, 3, 43 "G" Club 3, 43 Luigian 2. 3, 43 Gonzagan 2. "Gun"-"Get lost, Sam"- Scientific. LOY A Li FRANCIS M ARSH- CHARLES GEORGE MASON- "Loyal"-"What do you say, "Chuck"-"Shut up, Rizzuttd' Freddy?" - General - Honor -General-Class Officer 1, 2, Roll 43 Gamma Bet 43 3, 43 Minor Football 1, 23 Plentywoovd Higl Scl ool, H' Minor Baseball 1, 23 Baseball , Plent w Mc a . in 3. ,QJJ 0 C GML. F . L . fm JOHN RA PHAEI BRIDE- RISHARD C'llARl,,ES MBRTENS- "Dirty Eddy"--'Sc' Ou fellow, I gotta go home"-Classical- Honor Roll 1, 33 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 "G" Club 3, 43 K.O.L. 3, 43 Student Body Officer 43 Minor Football 1, 23 Football 3, 43 Minor Baseball l, 23 Baseball 3, 43 Track 3, 4. "Mert"-"Off to the mO0I1"- Scientific-K.O.S. 3, 43 K.O.A 3, 43 Glee Club 33 K.O.L. 4: Elocution 33 St. Edwards Semi- nary, Seattle 1, 2. Ll N VVO 0'D W' I LLI A M NIORSE- D AVID SEVERIN 0 L I V I H R - LAWRENCE FRANCIS 0liTH- "Shakespeare"-"Now I am alone" - Honor Classical -- Honor Roll 3, 4, Gamma 3, 43 Deba ' 3 Dramati lub 3: Eloc , 'soula High, a, M a 1, 2. I IIIRLES ANTHON l'l1'l'ERSI-lN- "Terrible 'Peetie"-"Give mc a smoke, Sag" - Scientific - K.O.A. 1, 2, Gonzagan 25 Band 1, 2, 3: Minor Football 2. 0 'IS MIITIIAEI. I'0N'I'Il'IRI - "Lou"-"Wake up. Howard!"- Scientific-Class Officer 2, "G" Club 3, 43 Minor Football 1, 2: Football 3, 41 Minor Baseball 2. G aet -"Oh wha a life lead."- a 1. 2, 31 i a onor Roll ',ugnfg et 63. "Dave"-"Hey, Spencer, let's go to N. C." - Scientific'-Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 43 "G" Club 2. 3, 4: Minor f THOMAS LYN. ' MILL ' eke" DAVID B.0IiER'I' M I If L S A P- GEOKGE LOUIS MITCHELL-" '49 Kid"-"Maybe I can get out by next month" - Scientific - Honor Roll 43 "G" Club 3, 4, Minor Football 1. 2, Football 3. 4, Minor Baseball 1, 2. I ,Lf I jf 0 ,il ,J H-I 1 L MURPHY e r e ci? Honor Classical - or Roll 1, 2, 3: C Officer 39 Gamma Beta 1, 2, 3: Debate 3, Minor Football 1, 2. IA ' . ' 1 - - ' " ou got rocks in O UH- . 1 H0 lass Football 15 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. "Puggy"-Let's have fun"- General-K. O. A. 1, 2: Band 1, 2. f7 X 4, if 0 M.ERlI..IN JAM U NEITBIANN- "Mort"-"Gotta go see Budd" -Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 43 K.O.A. 1, 2, Class Officer 1: Gamma Beta. 1. 2. 3, 43 Debate 2, K.O.S. 3, 4: K.O.L. 4. "Lonnie"-"Take off. son"- Scientific-'iG" Club 4: Minor' Football 1, 3: Football 2, 4: Minor Baseball 1. 3. UEARLD -IOIIN l'l'I'I'I'1RNl'1N - "Jerry"-"Y0u know it."- General-K.O.A. 1, 2. -IAM HS UA RY PU XVHRS-"COCkney Jake"-"Gad, I'm dead."- Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 K.O,A. 1, 2: Gonzagan 2, 3, 43 Debate 2, 3, 4, Dra- matics 1, 2, 3, 4: K.O.L. 3, 49 Elocution 1, 2, 3, 43 Yell Lead- er 3, 4, Apologetics 2. '... 9 2 Page Nineteen ff Zan, JAMES FRANCIS R 0' 0 N E Y - "Jack Kirkwood"-"Save your money!" - Classical - Honor Roll 3, 4: K.O.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Class Officer 2. 3: Gonzagan 3, 4, Luigian 3, 43 Debate 2, 33 "G" Club 43 Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4. SERGIO TlZl.l0 ROSSl-"Joe"--- "Holy cow"-Scientific-Honor ' Roll 4, Infantes High, Guate- mala 1, 2, 3. W'll.l,lA3l' FRANITIS R Y A N - "Willy" -- "Technical diffi- culties have arisen"-Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3: Dramatics 2, 3. Page Twenty WILLIAM FRANCIS I'I'll'llSL.EY- "Pres"-"Put a nickel in the pot, boy."-Scientific-K.O.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 13 "G" Club 3, 43 Minor Football 2: Football 3, 43 Minor Basket- ball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 4: Minor Baseball 13 Baseball 3. 4. THOMAS JOSEPH PR,lC'E-"Skip- per" - "Check that little Baby."-General-Lewis and Clark High, Spokane, 1, 2, 3. fIAMElS ARTHUR RABE--"Jim"-- D0 "Wise up, Buddy!"-Honor Classical-Honor Roll 4: St. Edwards Seminary, Kenmore, LUIS ElfI0 ROSSI-"Louie"-"Oh boy"-Scientific-Honor Rfoll 43 Infantes High, Guatemala 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS 'l'lM0'l'lIY R Y A N - "Shoulders"-"It's the truth, honest!"AGeneral--Glee Club 2, 33 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. .IUIIN GEORG El SAI'1G'Nl'1R-"Sag" -"Sure thing, Pete, I don't need them anyway!"-Gerv eral-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: K.O.A. 1, 2: Band 23 Minor Football 1, 2. 33 Minor Baseball 1, 2, 3. Washington 1, 2, 3. RUIH-15R'l' K l'2A,'I"I N G l'RI'1lSN ELI,- "Bob"-"What does that make me?"-Scientific-K.O.A. 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Gamma Beta 1, 2, 3, 43 K.O.S. 3: Track 3 4 4:aSi"",vl DAVID IRYINU l'lir0l!T'0lt-"Joe Dugan"-"Just lucky I guess" -Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3: Band 1: Minor Football 1, 2: Track 2. 3. 4. N FRANCIS ILAFTIS-"Rough Raft"-"Let's get out and push!"fClassical-Honor Rfoll 13 Luigian 43 Band 21 Minor Football 31 Track 3, 4. l IOSEPH BERNA RD SCIIALLER- HENRY LAWRENCE SCHLUEITER "Moose"-"I'll see you gents in court" - Scientific - Honor Roll 15 K.O.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Luigian 45 Minor Football 25 Minor Baseball 1. ROGER WVILlLIA3l SCIINIITZ- "The Milwaukee Kid"-"Mr, Fitterer, when is the home- work going to start diminish- ing?" - Honor Classical -- Honor Roll 3, 45 Marquette High School, Milwaukee, Wis- consin 1, 2. RILIIARD OIDELL SIUUAYV - "Dick"h"Let's do it, Cain."- Classical-Honor Roll 1, 45 K. O.A. 1, 25 Class Officer 1, 2, 35 "G" Club 45 Minor Football 1, 2, 35 Football 45 Inspir- ational Award 45 Minor Base- ball 1. - "Hank" - "Hey, Eierdam, where's Coyle?"-Scientfic- K.O.S. 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3. Pllllill' MIUHAENL SHENON- "Gunther"-"Want a. scab on your nose, kid?"-Classical- Honor Roll 25 Luigian 45 Dra- matics 45 Basketball 2, 35 Track 3, 45 Bryant High School, Salt Lake City, Utah 1. WYIIITNEY GElRSHAM SMITH- "Whit"-"What's going on here?" - Honor Classical - Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 1, 25K,O.L. 3, 45 Dra- matics 1, 45 Gonzagan 15 Band 15 "G" Club 2, 3, 45 K.O.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Minor Football lg Football 2, 3, 45 Minor Baske- ball 1: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. l "Spence"-"No! Let's go to Rogers, Mil.lsap"-General- Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 45 "G" Club 45 K.O.L. 3, 45 Student Body Officer 45 Minor Football 1, 2:Fo0tball 3, 4: Minor Base- ball 1. "I'll cue you, Sam"-General -Mullan Hgh School, Mullan, Idaho 1, 2. Scientific-Honor Roll 45 K.O, S. 4: Gamma Beta 3, 45 Central Catholic High, P o r tl a n cl, ROBECRT RANDALL SPENCER- RICHARD SEVERN SPRAGUE- "Dick"-"What are you, a. wise guy?"-Honor Classical- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 K.O.L. 3, 45 Class Officer 1, 25 Dra- matics 3, 45 "G" Club 2, 3. 45 Student Body Officer 3, 45 Elocution 2, 45 Hearst Orator- cal Contest 35 Minor Football 15 Football 2, 3, 45 Minor Basketball 1: Baseball 2 ,3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 All State 45 Valedictorian. KIRBY LOUIS STARK-"Whee1"- THOMAS LESTER STATE-"Easy Ed"-"I should've made it"- Classical--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 15 Gonzagan 2, 45 K.O.A. 1. 23 Minor Football 15 Minor Basketball 1. WILLIAM USBORNEF STI-JE-L-I-I - THEODORE .IAMIQS S'I'EGl-lNIAN- "Ma j" - "Your friend" -1 "Ted" - "Take it easy!" - Scientific-K.O.S. 3, 4: K.O.A. 2, 3, 45 Gamma Beta 2, 3, 45 St. Gertrudes Acamedy, Cot- Page Twenty-one ffm ROBERT .I A MES STEPIIENS-"Big Bob" - "Old Dad knows" - Scientific-"G" Club 43 Minor Football 13 Football 2, 3, 4. ROY ALVIN S'l'ILlE'S-"ShO1'ty"- "Oh Squirrel. how do you do this?"-Scientific-Honor Rfoll 33 K.O.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Of- ficcr 1, 2. 33 Gamma Beta. 1, 2, 3, 43 Gonzag 43 K,O.S. 3, 4. ,- 2 Z .AX I- I XCK Cl-IARl.'l"0N 'I' E' T El R S - "Jacque Teters"-"I hope we don't get stuck out at the Country Homes, Don!" - Scientific-Honor Roll 43 Class Officer 2, 3, 4. .I A M ES EI LER S TE'VELN S 0 N- "Pinky"-"Aclios Senorita"-- Scientific-"G"Club 43 Minor Football 1, 2, 33 Football 43 Minor Baseball 1, 2 ,33 Base- ball 43 Skiing 3. 4, RAYMONII R,lC'HAR.D TANKSLEY -"Slim"-"Spend your money, Rooney, you cheapska.te!"- Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Gonzagan 2, 3, 43 K.O.A. 1. 23 K.O.L. 3, 43 De- bate 2, 3, 43 Latin Elocution 43 Tennis 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHAR-D L-E0 TILLNISCH-"Jack" -"Meet you at the Pool Hall. Flaherty"-Scientific - Honor Roll 13 Baseball 1, 2. JOSEPH FRANK TRAVO-"J0e"- General-"What do you know" "G" Club 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4. VICTOR VIRGIL, VEDELAGO- "Vic"-"Have you heard the latest in Bop?"-Honor Clas- sical-Honor Roll 2, 33 K.0.L. 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2. JOHN THOMAS WATSON-"C, V. Watts"-"You guessed it fat boy!"-General-Honor Roll 13 Class Officer 13 Elocution 1. i FREDERICK WILLIAM URlTAZA- "F1'ed"- "Drop dead" - Gen- eral-Gannna Beta 3, 43 Borgia Me 'co, D? F. 1, 2, 4 1' 4514 " 5lIf'llAEI. EMNIET IV A lil S Il - "Swede"-"What do you think you are, a wise guy?"-Scien- tific-K.O.L. 1, 2, 3, 43 "G" Club 43 Minor Football 1, 2, 33 Football 43 Minor Baseball 2, 33 Baseball 4. .1 MIIYIIAEI. EDWARD VVEl.lClI-- "Bones"-"Thats just your poor excuse!" - Classical - Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Gamma Beta 1, 2, 3, 43 Gonzagan 43 Debate 33 K.O.S. 3, 4. A Page Twenty-two L fa 22 Most Most Most Most Most Most Most Most Most Most Most Most "Baldy"-"Huh! Would you think of that?"-Scientific- Honor Roll 2. ROGER MATTIIIAS WIl.llELM- "Tazz"-"Hold that pose"- Scientific - Honor Roll 45 Gamma Beta 3, 4g K.O.S. 45 Luigian 3, 45 St. Ma.ry's High, RICHARD NICHOLAS WVERNER- MONTY JOSEPH W ll E L A N - "Mon"-"As is does!"-Honor Classical-Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Gonzagan 2, 3. 4: Debate 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatics 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 13 K.O.L. 45 Elo- cution 4. JOHN DANIEL W0ltKl.AND- "Buster"-"Yah! I'l1 see you again sometlme"-Sclentific- Honor Roll 1g K.O.A. 1, 2: Class Officer lg Minor Football 1, 35 Track 4. Popular ..... I. Representative ..,. . , . Capable ...... Original. . , Congenial .,., Optimistic. . , Pessimistic. . . Literary ...... Likely to Succeed .... . Versatile ..... Scholarly .... Persevering .... 1 Eugene, Oregon 1, 2. 'Y bb Scuizfr Gallery af Greats . . . .Joe Lynch .Dick Sprague .Tony Cafaro .Joe Butzerin Louie Pontieri .Dick Mertens .Jerry Lassell . .Jim Rooney . . . .Joe Lynch ..Paul Arnold , . . .Bud Howard . . , .Dick Siguaw Best Looking .... Best Musician ...... . . . .Al Charlton . .... Vic Vedelago Best Student Athlete ,... ,... D ick Sprague Best Businessman. . . Best Comedian ..., Best Actor ...... Most Energetic ...., Most Dependable. , . Beau Brummel. . . Fastest Talker ..... Smoothest Dancer, . . Biggest Character .... , , .Don Connell . . . .Tom Holley . . . .Jim Powers , . .Louie Baumer .....JimFees . . . . .Rex Gerlach . . . . .Louie Baumer . . . . .Don Bosch . . .Marvin Glover Page Twenty three lk. 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B oo mush thl to 19 oom 4Jn't ian B ell so ny l everrts Don no and Bot Flaherty GCD!-I They l05ls. , lnt'-sei rodus-tlhg class. l sm glvo you, hrlefly, vnhat lnforso hay lglksley, and hob Devereauf- are all connected vlth Oh, hy the way, 'lon Yrloe, sho le producer and general manager ai so featured performers for the coming, season. lt seam that the toys are rhaolc Club doe-ntevn, not Sponsor ls driving, a tafies-t for Mason. Spealclng oi hlllyard, Yst Casey ls ssrvl-ag as est guy ln teen, and lt has prsetloslly ' l beat than up. e ln the eoru the Qrnrto W Chu!!! 's the tough feat he 1 tis up her lsr ndors at s ravaged ty he there for nffelllgen st psyd Rush re tarts ntslly, l flnb oohrsmi . oes out . rlg the l I thelr 119 t hilly d Yresnell a h lncldo ln that ni the den deilni arm Ian' o ll wash a t 'to she' uniorse Stlles an rd Taxi Sefdoe, nhlc , er Caplan York Dance hall po gevple are afraid to stto Joe Sehaller sro ln great hllshed a volmne eontslning em appolnted had haskqths ghafigg. Bob doesn't s1pe0 lroly oi slvphosares and 5 e lub share arner and they have pu s lately b esr's poor -mposed ent C hlm you nee!! tloaally yvu C Bob Bxnsg effort, h Burns ha er lnst y team ls cb for ages o the nh e Welle efforts o Reeently ln a oooperstlvo heoome s best seller. Bo Coon sho was disengaged act next year, as hls presat 4' usher ln 'Uashlngwn SLC., for himself ls Joe Bethany, 1' Ss wus?-as sort seem eoted t0 replaces Blll Gusts ut he's hulldlhg for tlohal Secretary o has don! vvry svoll Cori , "happy F-anse . llsr Humphrey eason, b thol ls hs fella' 1lh0 lates of ldehbs li r of the eg lhrk 0 D 5 sour so you hone bhlt Dlcla Be plek yp your dally nevrlpapor. P-sother poser and producer of numerous Broadway hits. his t miss seolog, lt. Bllster Rust Control Camp near his horn tom of Bfbvlll, Ysrlsg 'Yom holley ls the Yresldpt of the looel ehapte have a plmsblq, estsnllehment out on East Sp,-sgu has enjoyed rsxeh success fight-lag nlo local sees servlee. ' h Joe Bl-ni Sf, TD e of a lgners ln hlnganln Yet ynugy her for e long alt shols Ryan, after a t John holland ls ln oharg 50hD James are e1-olusive QLBYK1-OD des , y yi lal und War:-,hlng Clubs Beaullsu and or Janes Kelly Florlst Company, and Wxlheln ls dolng 1011 as a Yhbtograp Spouse and ns recently arrested s lute cusypdy hy pollee patyo-usb Fr his ooys vers eelehrstlog ter on the North dell hlll . uenoy , Soo very' boy Q ds. Roger raoter ln 10s tsp!! Buster .ni 'ibxibh Cm juvenile no s a deli on looal bo-Ani, oar ss devolnped late quits s cha of his st.-cog. srsx nas. no ' hte. Ryan reported that ed their plans to open a ns' leader ln the prevorrtlon of le doing. very swell, too. lay hls acod rdlall Buster ierxrlsnd h Duasis howard. some U95 out of the 0 W Glover have ahnvuno tlohal repute as a atry over ln Sutt , rd lol Hariwler p -rylophona player srlth lo sevtlsxbnt sch, end as he 15 d Marv gained nb ng psyohi Y- have hw -yoar old the prill doe Csln an who has pg-aetlsl you nigh ted by a 5 star, but lr votes a flotvry . engagei Mex Slgeas, e. lnude Bayushr ls rad 0 l-M42 Sunday, was safrovly dates nt than the young at sn5orlty east the r s for hlm. 490K stgnd Yaul Es.. f the plae to your l I ur el more tale ed t the gre signed to 5 h Egan and 51151 vigor o llstenl-hz, lsnteur Ho . t llel qu olty th! has MSD lilo are Bo d nod to he hasberg read thi loal lneapa worm, and yn sith ,dvr so lf you MPP' s oontestarxt on the John . llltus pence. Everyone generally sg vas sd payed by the s:ylaphohlst's youth and phys Nile Vedelsgo ls the leader of one of the more popular bands around at hat Yer! es-rly thls surmrir, by lessee mole 'Ho-rner. A eouple of former Gonzaga b0 Brooks. Egan ls world-famous as s very hot pn on the slther. Jack Ulohns ls employer! as a ga san on the Gonzaga llnlverslty Gsnpul. re ls loolrlng Cofvwrd tn neldt sleek svhen the lklone and Foster Allied Shawl some to town. MD ' Bart and Blll have on thelr payroll are sevoral panel whloh All be fgnillsr ant' y John 'Hercules' Wa Bride, the 'Strongest Wil on rad'-h' 5 and ed from Don Croteau and hls Stools Car Raolng Troupe, Q Whose eilwr, by general h ng the to you. xlioxoy Welsh, esturlng the way ls nr. Evvfybody he tmvue clreus errtertsmrnrs 'Yom lb-gpbno ls hllllfd e-s the Wllbntal Gl hhvr Hall' s E.15"r0- thrllls are expect Q the wrt Trask." oent lssue of the Spokesran-Redd, announced tosay Shit hotmail Ellgcwn, t gn June. W. Ell,own's onllotloh Ru 'Devil o ir0n a re of Charm rsnBn0,na9 s lb the n 'Yhe Stark, the xnve taken e School hool's eo st seller ple lnlns Yslrhy Be-re's a llttle lten 1 Wlllllsm Gugle-rs lk. 'x-Ernest Leonard, dlreotor of me P-llur had author , rllll glve the maln address at the so WED, l'l'S A 5hAY, ls llsted ,hong the present be ldlhq, pr-xbllc sxeetlngs on street corners and erm almer at the 'You 5tab'w, We Slsb'En'- kfbub utlfy the 'lrent hvonue lhlsslon shloh ' ol-ng with delight ahh dlstlnguls ss si? dlaal, hD ssful est' t to 'oea Qalrly oo st novel, B t of s ra l a suoce a pr05e0 Yooney, rlc'-'s late elssslilsatlon. 'alll normals has developed lnto soraeqhr. about our hopuhllosn form of government. Theo Dolls s hui hoswrd ls ln YDS doeorstlng business and has Qu!-t gxbarked on has the Youxiers of the worthy haven for the unfortunate, Bob Haag sod Jams . enthusiasm. here ls some news that should come as no surprise to you, Don 'dattls sdll maya an attempt to break the sn rd for sotnr oars out on Moran Yralrle sonftlm O86 month. lately not hagnuson has been svorxclnz, at Sindh and ls Qlaylng baseball for Slnvhuws Tvrlghllghdi league entry during the summer: ou! frle nes type ot eehdy to the local sarkat dnlch will 'oe uxoqn as 'Bees Chas'-es' r Joe 'lfa re adjoining, his dountpyrn tuslness interests so that he osx: enlarge s in order to tqtl-pr enyoy the game when he plays dth Crlerxds 'hlt Shdth, eho has bseohs fabulously nture are thbse of Butse sp9o0 rsoo Sporting Goods Store, Disk 'Yllllsoh has lrtroduced a has recently gufchased the United Clgsr Sto tore. Lately Bob Stephens has been tslclng golf lesson factory ls under oonstruotlon ln the Spoxcane 'Talley by M s lndustry. The eontraotansi, firms and hnbertsklna the ve d nlardsm end Coyle, Builders. 8 u e cannlnz, a hy through the ogmed o Connell, Bbg r Q. Sohnnts and Co., an fxxlx x I X MTU X Qfr Lwg, Vg f x X Q MQ E, vX ggi . , 1 , 6!asses :: x S? Q VS? FIRST ROW: Jim Briggs, Don Atkinson. Larry McCollim, James Williamson, Dick Church, Dick Flynn, Dennis Herlihy. SECOND ROW: Ed Bates, Mark Richeson, George Richardson. Neil Cronin. Chuck Sauvageau, Richard Siers, Charles Schimmels. THIRD ROW: Boh Tanksley, Roger Steclc, Jim Barker, Dan Cowell. Jim Schroder, Jack Allen. FOURTH ROW: Paul Kapfer, Roy Vclling, Rip Corrigan, Pat Lynch, Bob Kalez. jun Zfrs Although the Juniors did not win the coveted Loyalty Cup, they y V displayed their true mettle by the fine record they made both scholas-H . ' tically and in various activities . . . Richeson came back from the is State Resources Contest with first prize, a new Chevrolet convertible . . . Herlihy, Ryan, Cronin, Church, and Corrigan received A testimonials . . . Tankslev and Church were outstanding in Debating . . . The Zag's city championship football team was aided by Smith, Sprague, Corrigan. 'il xx in x . ,xt. xv- FIRST ROW: Jake Hryccnko, Roger Dieter, Dick Fritz, Joc Weitcnstcincr. Dick Sells, Bob Goodwin, SECOND ROW: Dan Walsh, Pat Nevers, Pat Ringwood, George Weller, Ed Fallon. Ted Pappas. THIRD ROW: Jim Moore. Frank Curran, Louis Berto, Dick Chastek, Allic Boyle, Larry Smith. Dave Baugh. FOURTH ROW: Duncan McDowell. John Ongarato. Walt Schmidt, Mark Coleman. Pat Young. Tom Sprague, Don Heller. fel - I FIRST ROW: Andy Dufner, Jim Browne, Tom Purkett, Chuck Cutz, Frank Ross, Gilbert Chertrude, Don Ham, Bill O'Reilly. SECOND ROW: Jim Santora, Jim Gallagher. Joel Smith, Nick Merrlman. Chester Hopkins, Al Schlosser, Martin Harrington, Ed Stasney, Robert Duffy, THIRD ROW: John Meyer, Kent Brennan, Bernard Charlotte, Joe McGowan. Frank Griffith, Ray Wiltzius, Vince Schmidt, John O'Neil, Bob Stach. FOURTH ROW: Rod- ney Potts, Bill Brodersen, John Clinton, Allan Crowe, Ray Miller, Dick Hawkins, Duane Ennis, Kent Emert, Andy Ferrera. Barker, and Velling . . . Thespians of the class were Rieheson, Cronin, and Corrigan . . . Steele, Sprague, and Corrigan gained berths on the varsity basketball squad . . . Hathaway, Schroder, and Weitensteiner took charge of ads and patrons for the Luigian . . . Brown, Gooley, and Herlihy were active in the band . . . The Baseball nine had such de- pendables as Merriman, Velling, Fallon, Sprague, and Cronin . . . Richardson, Flynn, and Schroder were efficient workers on the Gonzagan K x X . . . Frawley was the star of the Cinder path . . . Miller, Murphy, X Gooley, Hathaway, and Ryan set a new preeedent by gradu- Y ating in three years. FIRST ROW: Ernie Thibeault, Bill Thomas, John Chimenti, Robert Sullivan, Don Muzatko. Ed Schoenberg, Jim Zinkgraf. SECOND ROW: Arthur Eslick, Chuck Hennessey. Larry Dettrich, Julius Pieroni, Bob Lampman, Allan Atkinson, Norman Fliokinger. THIRD ROW: Bob Rowles, Bill Jones, Ed Hoerner. Alvin Boyle. John Aughney, Bob Seek, Carl P-etrone, FOURTH ROW: Dave Frawley, Glen Snyder, Bud Greene, John Carriers, Jim Sanders, Jerry Wallis, Ken Egerman. ,ti S lar 3 J rags 5. li lg l Wav in 1 2 if ' so b X FIRST ROW: Ike Conley, Phil Tagariello, Wyman Staples, Jim Hordeman, Pat Flanigan, Frank lx -, lip 5-iMa.rtin. SECOND ROW: Bob Capato, Jack Bumgarner, Charles Geisler. Joe Zimmerman, ll, l 5 nw Joe Turner, Pete Mele, Don Funk. THIRD ROW: Cris Beeman. Bill Colliton, Paul xx N X Pugsley. Joe Sullivan, Randy Stimson, Jim Scharff. FOURTH ROW: Don Fiorelli, John X' tx lx I , A Boyle, Art Mindrup, Bill Pa1'ker. Ed Burke. Glen Jutte. 6' 'lv i I f il - f iv I , , i 1 AX l , f ,f ii l ' J li Xl A gf!! S V X ll xi' X I ' 1 , sxlh ,jig K, ' , 4 ,X A High on the Sophomore academic honor list were Alan Thierer, Don f Adams, John Charlton, and Jim Upton . . . Beckel, Charlton, Fry, Murphy, ' and McLaughlin starred in varsity football . . . Much can be expected from Lynch, Upton, Rothrock, and Cozzetto in Senior Debate next year . . . Butler, Sherman, Parrott, Longpre, and Carroll earned positions on FIRST ROW: Kay Schuster, Ken LaCassc, Joe Cozzetto, John Lynch, Bill Via. Joe McNabb, Don Schoenberg. Rocky Rothrock. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Fry, Alan Thierer. Paul Schroder. Duke Robinson, Jim Upton, John McDowell. Pat Carroll, Ronald Gooley. THIRD ROW: Paul Weaver, Terry Weclemoier. John O'Rourke, Dick Wagner, Mike Nestor, Pete Curran, Pat McGinn. FOURTH ROW: Larry Sherman, John Adams. Jack Thompson. Dan Harkine. John Charlton, Jack Coil MN N J N i "i Q. wx. Nm f ew XL! xx xl N9 Rs Xs VN 'Q ,x 5 ,.:' X l w U ,M I vc ik 'S 5: 'Lx N3 V FIRST ROW: Jim Heinen, Jerry Raftis, Jack Morse. Don Kenna, Jack Muzatko, Spike Nash. Bon Butler, Sam Parrott. SECOND ROW: Jim Cortesy, Merle Murphy, Bill Longpre. Joe Shell. Jerry Egan. Harry Brewer, Ronnie McTighe, Bob Bezold. THIRD ROW: Bill Biel, Bill Thamm, Dennis Rotchford, Don Curran, Carol Kertson, Don Peters, Leo Elbert, Bob Shirley. FOURTH ROW: Bob Heinen. Skip Hunting, Bill Meyers, Bruce Nelson, Bob Helbling, Gene Tuma. Jim Severino. the business staff of the Luigian . . . Joe Cozzetto nabbed first place honors in Junior Elocution . . . "A" squad basketball saw Helbling and Beckel play outstanding ball . . . Hardworking Gonzagan members in- cluded McNabb, Upton, Via, Sherman, and Butler . . . Severino, Fry, Murphy, Charlton, and Fiorelli were the track mainstays . . . McNabb gained a lead in the Sock and Buskin's "Pot Boilers" . . . On the diamond, Beckel and Murphy won high praise . . . Sophs introduce "Swish", first Gonzaga Room paper. FIRST ROW: Jim Proctor, John Talbott, Jerry Garcea, Alan Glebel, Dave Hamer John Crowley, Mike Doheny, Bill Kerley. SECOND ROW: Dick Bruya, Jack Reilly, Jim Kinkade Mike McLaughlin, Pat Redmond, Bob Graham, Bob Casey, Jack Croteau, Paul Kruesel THIRD ROW: Bob Porter, John Rademacher, Peter O'Ha,ra, Don Mauro, Frank Bourbeau Pat Conlon. George Peterson, Bill Harker. FOURTH ROW: Matt Berger, John Leslie John. Hagel, Tom Morris, Chuck Beckel, Jim Gowanlock, Dick McMahon. Max Leone, Gary Rlckel fl? - t 2. 'L all FIRST ROW: Pat Smith. John Cafaro, Bob Clavel, John Bowers, Herbert McDonald, Jim Mertens, Jim Herlihy, Tom Vaughn, Gregory Staeh. SECOND ROW: Bernard Whitney, Don Barker, Bob O'Brien, Michael Steben. John Walton, Ray Chertrude, Mike McC1arty, John Hamblin, Richard Leitch. THIRD ROW: Jim Brodersen, Peter Pauly, Dick Wine- gard, Jack MaeClain, Ailgus Kennedy, Max Wiltzius. Bill McCarthy, Leo Chandler, Phil McLeod. FOURTH RO' Torn Ennis, Cy Rief, John Olson, Tom Volk, Jim Costello. Dick . 4 j X dsitt. Tom Scott, Armand DeFelice. 1' X 1 , 1 I 7 I ,V I, L V, I V, ,M X, , 706 if l grashmc lf' the Class of '52 can keep up the high standards that they at- tained :luring their first year, they will be a real credit to Gonzaga during the ensuing three years . . . They started off with McCarthy, Herlihy, Scott, Winninger, Thompson, Vedelag-0, and Steben gaining A testimonials . . . The football eleven was under the control of Olson, FIRST ROW: Pat Doyle. Eugene Harscli, Curtis Schmitz, Jack Weber, Larry Twohy, Jim Crowley. SECOND ROW: Joe Wallis, Bill McCormick, Dan Kolhet, Jim Flynn, Tom Bellmore, Martin Scarpelli, Mike Casey. THIRD ROW: Francis Gorman, Frayne McAtee. Don Anderson. Phil Thompson. Gene Pupo, Frank Vedelago. FOURTH ROW: Frank Trunkey. Herb Sauvageau, Con Healy, Tom Emry, Dell Sells, Ronald Wayerski. 'age Thirty-two FIRST ROW: Jerry Henry, Ben Visintainer, Leo Winninger, Charles Lowery. Benny Zampetti Renaldo Chimenti, Jim Maher, Ronnie Moore. SECOND ROW: Lee Kaley, Mike Meagher. John Vecchio, John Gerber, Richard Hacker, Dick Kavanagh. Jerry Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Dick Pieroni, Pat Byrne, Jerry Schmidt, Mike Chasse, Mike Morrison. Pat Jones, Fred Hepton. FOURTH ROW: Dick Traversi, Jerry Mellick, Kemp Workcuff, Harold Haimerl. Chuck Morris, Mike Dahy, Bill Hallinan. Wiltzius, Healy, Mahar, Hallinan, and Workcuff . . . There were Vaughn, Flynn, McClarty, and Twohy for Debate . . . The Cage team was led by Brodersen, Volk, and Hepton . . . Troyer signed up many ads for the Luigian . . . The Greenies diamond stars were Liptac, Sells, O'Brien, Olson, Barker, and Wiltzius . . . Scarpelli, Pupo, and 0'Brien were very helpful on the Gonzagan staff . . . Twohy and Flynn represented the Frosh in the Junior Elocution contest . . . Future stars of the track squad were Chandler, Kavanagh, and Travensi. FIRST ROW: Dick Lyonnaise, Jack Kent, Louie Binder, Bernard Troyer, Tom Jennings, Dick Kjose. SECOND ROW: John Klepinger, John Mangan, Odie, Liptac, Bill Fautch, Clyde Harding. THIRD ROW: Clair Mason, Richard Young. Jim Brown, Don Dube, Clarence Mason. Del Fletcher. FOURTH ROW: Charles Clinton. John Godlcy, Dan Mahoney Jerry Mahar, Dale Langlois. . , 1 f s ' Q .:::-1:2:5::-5:5:-:Ere i Wg x in .AS Q wuts of zferla ting Importance I ' J .... Father Edmund Morton, SJ.. conducting the Novena of Grace: in honor of St. Francis Xavier. LEFT: Father John Dalgity, S.J.. is giving some words of advice during the annual retreat. MIDDLE: Mass of the Holy Ghost in Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral to implore aid in our studies. RIGHT: Students at prayer in the chapel. Page Thirty-tour in Memoriam lohn Eowanloch Eihiiur uf the 1948 Eiuigizur was-5 uf '-IS liurn 311112 ZH, 151251 - Kilich Hjuuv 211, 1948 lil'lI1IiP5C2If in Qjzxrv P g 'rm ny fx I I .P 'f'.f.,w.,,f4L,,',. J xi! A57 I X I LH -i-,4 cfizfifias JIM FEES MR. MASTERSON, S.J. Editor-in-Chief Faculty Adviser JOE SCHALLER JOE HATHAWAY BOB MAGNUSON MEL HARTMEIER Associate Editor Business Manager Sports Editor Associate Editor U15 lfuqinrz Staff SENIOR STAFF-f-SEATED: Jim Rooney. Don Connell, Joe Weitenstciuer. Bob Starch, Gum- Chance, Torn Clark. STANDING: Don Croteau, Tom Holley. mxul - 3 will X ABOVE: Joe Schaller, Joe Hathaway. and Editor Jim Fees are putting the final touches on the '49 Luigian basketball section. ROGER WILHELM MIKE SHENON JIM SCHRODER Photography Art Editor Patron Manager JUNIOR STAFF-SEATED: Larry Sherman, Larry Dettrich, Sam Parrott STANDING: Pat Carroll, Bill Brodersen. Bill Longpre, Bernard Troyer, Dennis Herlihy, Ben Butler. FIRST ROW: Bob Burns, Jerry Lehman, John Holland, Paul Arnold, Louie Baumer, Dick Bailey, Joe Hathaway. Neil Cronin, Denny Herlihy. SECOND ROW: Ray Tanksley, Duncan McDowell, Bob Devereaux, Don Connell, John Hern, Jim Kelly, Mark Richeson, Dick Mertens. THIRD ROW: John McBride, Vic Vedelago, Roy Velling, Whit Smith, Tom Sprague, Rip Corrigan, Joe Lynch, Ken Egerman. FOURTH ROW: Bob Egan, Tony Cafaro, Nick Merriman, Bill Donais, Mert Neumann. FIFTH ROW: Bud Howard, Dick Sprague, John Ongarato, Monty Whelan, Al Charlton, Jim Powers, Joe Butzerin, Pat Lynch. 1614 gifts af the lea I1 The "Knights of the Leash" is Gonzaga High School's honorary service club. To grain admittance, a student must be in his junior or senior year, of good scholastic standing, and be approved by the Faculty. The chief duty of the organization is to keep order at all student activities and about the school. During the year the club sponsors several mixers as well as their annual "Knight Flight". This year the group was headed by President Whit Smith and his able Vice President, Mark Kelly. Other officers were Buck Bailey, Sec- retary, Al Charlton, Treasurer, and Bob Spencer, Sergeant-at-Arms. The Leash of 1948-49 were bolstered by a large membership which lived up to the club's fine reputation and did a superlative job upholding all the Leash traditions of the past. Page K.O.L. OFFICERS-ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Spencer, Sgt.-at-Arms: Al Charlton, Treasurer: Whit Smith, President: Mark Kelly, Vice-President: Buck Bailey, Secretary. RIGHT: One of the many duties of the Leash Club: keeping order as the students go up to chapel. Forty Student Eddy Owners LEFTHKNEELING: Nick Merriman, Treasurer: Jim Gowanlock, Frosh Consultor. STANDING: Paul Arnold, Secretary: Joe Lynch President, Dick Sprague, Vice-President. RIGHT-SEATED: Bob Spencer, Vice- President: Bob Helbling, Frosh Consultor. STANDING. Al Charlton. Treasurer: Joe Lynch, President, John McBride, Secretary. We can all say that the past year was another great year for Gon- zaga High School, thanks to the aid of our Student Council. Since this Council is composed of the student body officers and the presidents of each class in Gonzaga, we can easily understand how much the welfare of our school depends upon them. Joe Lynch was the head man this year, holding the office of Student Body President for both semesters. Joe and his staff accomplished many successful tasks during' the past year, a few of these beingg each member attained at least a B-average, several outstanding convocations and smok- ers were presented, a new interest in intramural sports, persevering eager- ness for the Loyalty Cup was had by all, and the full cooperation of all council members in school activities and sports. These are merely a few of the many labors that the Student Council performed during the past year to help their school preserve that high standard which she fudcuf 611 wil SITTING: Leo Winninger, A1 Schloeser, Tom Sprague, Joe Lynch, Al Charlton, John Cafaro Frank Vedelago. STANDING: Don Curran, Paul Arnold, Ed Burk-e, Dave Frawley, Mark Richeson, Pat Lynch, Jim Fees, Bill Helbling, Bob Helbling, Jim Gowanlock, Dick Young, Rocky Rothrock. has always held. v if 1 ABOVE: Glee Club and Quar- tette performing on the stage of the Fox Theater for the an- nual All City Night. RIGHT-A Quartette: John Madden, Ed Burke, Bill Thamm, Tom Mur- phy, Mr. Eldon Williams. Ac- eompanist and Director. FIRST ROW' Bill O'Ri01ly Phil Thom . , pson. John Klepinger, John Talbott, Allan Giebel, Bob Presnel, Pat Smith. SECOND ROW: Gene Chance, Dick Siers, Peter Pauly, John Mangan, Don Muzatko, Ed Stasney. Alan Thierer, Richard Flynn. THIRD ROW: Dick Chastek, Bill Thamm, Ed Burke, Pete O'Ha,ra,, Bob Sullivan. Charles Hennessey, Jerry, Lehman, Bill Gugler, Ronald Gooley. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Eldon Williams, Director, Bill Colliton, John Aughney, Miller Humphrey, Bud Kohl. Theo Dolle, Duane Ennis, Tom Murphy, Mel Hartmeier. At the Piano: John Madden. FIRST ROW: Herb McDonald Cy Rief Paul B . , . rooks. Dick Fritz, Ken Bentley, Vic Vedalago. SECOND ROW: Paul Pugsley, Denny Herlihy, Jim Browne, Ronnie McTighe, Bernard Whitney. Frank Vedalago. Bob Seek. THIRD ROW: Dale Langiois, Danny Kolbet, Glen Jutte, Larry Gooley, Lee Wilkinson. Fr " ' ank Ross, Andy Dufner, Randy Stimson, Mr. Lee McNaught, Director. A . C 1511 4 'fffgiiifkli' I ABOVE: Ed Wilkinson is al- ready' to give us a little music with his drums. RIGHT: We see John Madden. Frank Ve- zielngo. Vic Vedelago, Frank Ross and Paul Brooks enter- taining during one of the cons. Page Forty-three .4 'rhf 1 1 Z1 1 ffl I1 U fgriilb, , LOUIE BAUMER MR. GREENE, S.J. Editor-in-Chief Faculty Adviser JIM ROONEY TONY CAFARO Feature Editor Sports Editor FIRST ROW: Jim Proctor, Ben Butler, Bill Donais. SECOND ROW: Monty Whelan, Jim Eierdam, Mike Welch, Gene Pupo, Martin Scarpelli, GEORGE DON CONN ELL RICHARDSON JOE BUTZERIN LARRY SHERMAN Business Manager Junior Editor Assistant Editor Staff Artist f X , The 0 n il! 3 ln e ft :Z Il N. , Lnml LU Riui-1'1+gArouncl printing pressj: Roy Stiles, Bill Via, Jim Upton, Bob Egan. JN Mert Neumann, Tom State, Tom Holley. Bob Tanksley. Rex Gorlach, Bob O'Brien, Don Raftis, Bob Burns, Joe McNabb. l l RAY TANKSLEY JIM SCHRODER JERRY LEHMAN DICK FLYNN Circulation Manager Junior Editor Copy Editor Junior Editor Uflw Ufilllliilgilll P Editor-in-Chief .o,, ,o,,o . o,,o,,,,,..,,,o ,.....,,o,....,.,, ,.,,,,, L o uie Baumer Assistant Editor o,.,w. . ,.ww...,,w....,..w...., Joe Butzerin Feature Editor ,o,,o,,... ,,.o,,i.,,o ,o,.....i,,o....,,,,...,,,,,,o.. J i m Rooney Sports Editor ow..o,,o, ..o,,ow,o..,o,,o,,., At,,,w......o,,o,...,,.w. T o ny Cafaro Junior Editors ,,...,t, .. to,,. George Richardson, Dick Flynn Copy Editor ,,o, t,,,o , ,,,,,,o,,.,, o,,o,....,wY.......,.,,., J e rry Lehman Business Manager ,,o.,,.,,o, ,.,,,,o,,w , L, ,o,,o ,,.. .,,o,.....o,, D o n Connell Advertising Manager ...,.A.,,,... Ben Butler Circulation Manager ,,,...,,, ....,,, R ay Tanksley Staff Photographer o,,.,... ,.,.,,..,,.o...,.,.A,o,....,,,,,w B ill Donais Staff Artist .o,,o,,.w.l. ,o,,o.. ..,,,,,,,o,,,.,, ,,o,,t. . L a rry Sherman Typist ,,.,,,,,Y,,...,,,,,. .Y,,,,, .,,,.,,....,.A.,,,,,.,,,...,,,,..,,...,.. B L id Kohl Faculty Advisers .,,,,o , Francis J. Greene, S.J. Page Forty-five FIRST ROW: Gilbert Chertrude, Joe Weitensteiner, Dick Flynn, Andrew Dufner, Joe Hathaway. Larry McCollim, Jim Schroder. SECOND ROW: Tony Cafaro, Bob Stach, Mert Neumann. Jim Santora, Chuck Cutz, Ray Wiltzius, Fr. Michael Kunz. S.J., Moderator. THIRD ROW: Jim Fees, Duane Ennis, Dick Mertens. Mike Welch. William Steele. Tom Clark, Jim Kelly. FOURTH ROW: Mel Hartmeier, Charles Hennessey, John Aughney, Dave Frawley, Roy Velling, Jim Sanders, Roger Wilhelm. 1614 gifts af Science The '49 Science Club had the honor of becoming part of the University Civil Air Patrol. Its members had an opportunity not only to learn flying, but to study such fields as Navigation, Meteorology, and Radio. During the year the club endeavored to aid and encourage its members to take up some field of science or to work on various projects. At many of the meetings, mem- bers were allowed to hold a discussion with the rest of the group on the project they had studied. Motion pictures on radio, metals, phosphates and the atomic bomb were shown and discussed at various times. The Knights were conducted on tours of many of our local industries during the past year. Some of the places visited were the Centennial Flour Mills, Trentwood Roll- ing Mill, and the Inland Empire Paper Co. Since the club had gone through Mead Plant last year, the trip to Trentwood completed the Club's study of aluminum. The purpose of the Knights of Science Club is to further interest in science among the students. The above shows how ade- quately it has fulfilled this purpose during the past nine months. 'l'OPfScience Club Officers, lst and Ziid. Semesters: Mert Neumann, Tom Clark, Tony Cafaro, Dave Frawley, Roy Stiles, Jim Fees, Charles Cutz. BOTTOML A few of the club members. Chuck Hennessey. Jim Santfora. Larry MCC-ollim, Jim Kelly. Dick Mertens, and Dick Flynn look like real scientists. FIRST ROW: Merle Murphy, John Holland, Bob Burns, Dick Bailey, Nick Merriman, Joe Weitensteiner, Neil Cronin, Dick Siguaw, George Mitchell, Tom Lappano. SECOND ROW: Jim Rooney, Carl Petrone, John O'Neil, Bob Magnuson, Tom Sprague. Roy Velling, John Hern, Ed Fallon, Chuck Cutz, Larry Orth. THIRD ROW: Paul Arnold, Al Boyle, Bob Corrigan, Whit Smith. Dick Sprague, Pat Kenney, Bob Stephens, Mike Walsh, Joe Lynch. FOURTH ROW: Bill O'Rielly, Louis Pontieri, Tom Clark, Louie Baumer. Marvin Glover, Chuck Beckel, Allie Boyle, Bill Presley, Dave Frawley. FIFTH ROW: Chuck Mason, Dave Millsap. Jim Barker, Larry Smith, Al Charlton, Pat Lynch, John McBride. SIXTH ROW: Paul Brooks, Bob Rowles, Jim Stevenson, Bill Helbling, Herman Elixman. Lrffrrmrlrlv Klub Under the direction of Mr. William Frazier, the Lettermen's Club of Gonzaga reorganized early in the second semester. At the first official meeting, officers for the school year were elected, with Dick Sprague taking control as President and Bob Burns as Vice President. A new constitution was drawn up and in it the purposes of the or- ganization were stated. The main theme was to raise the significance of a letter, and to set down a more definite group of standards whereby the awards could be gained. Along the line of projects, the "G" Club sponsored and directed a convocation for the student body with talent from Gon- zaga University and High School. The club also sponsored a movie to raise money for Freshmen football equipment. Although the "G" Club did not come back to full strength this year, it is the fer- vent hope of the members that they will have put down the basis for a strong, active group in future years. TOP-"G" Club Officvrs-Sitting: Tom Sprague, Treasurer: Nick Merriman, Sgt.-at-Arms. Stand- ing: Bob Burns, Vice President: Dick Sprague, President: Bob Corrigan, Secretary. BOTTOM- The ever faithful Cheerleaders: Duane Ennis, Bill O'Reilly, Bob Sullivan, Pat Kenney. 511 k ll d 15711 kin gflld FIRST ROW: Bill Ryan, Tom Holley, Jim Powers, Tony Cafaro, Joe Hathaway, Dick Church. SECOND ROW: Monty Whelan, Whit Smith, Dick Sprague, Bob Magnuson. Neil Cronin. Mark Kelly, Don Connell, Mark Richeson. THIRD ROW: Nick Merriman, Louie Baumer, Bud Howard. Bill O'Rei1ly, Bob Egan, Roy Stiles. Duane Ennis, Paul Arnold. FOURTH ROW: Bob Burns. Rex Gcrlach. Bob Corrigan, Dave Olivier, John Hern. Tom Sprague, Mel Hartmeier, James Kelly. The Sock and Buskin Club, the Dramatic Club of Gonzaga Highi School, is one of the oldest clubs in the school. Its name is derived from the Greek Thespians who wore the famous "sock" and Hbuskin shoe" when they acted on the stage. The purpose of this society is to sponsor and to promote all dramatic activities at Gonzaga. The Thespians this year have a right to be exceptionally proud of their record in dramatics, for they produced many top productions with tremendous success. during the year which were met Page Forty-ci LEFT: Mad Captain Bartlett qDave Olivierp points an accusing finger at his sons Nat tWhit Smithy and Seth lBi11 Vial, as Dr. Higgins 1La.rry Smithj watches intently in this scene from Eugene O'Neil's "Where The Cross Is Made." RIGHT: Louie Todd 1Tony Cafaro, standing at loft and 'Chunky O'Reil1y fNick Merrimanb are worried about their drunken roommate Johnny Cleary CMark Rich- vson. in chairy in thc Sock and Buskin winter play "Touchdown Twins." ght W Klub 0fWccrs LEFT TO RIGHT: Louie Baumer. Secretary: Monty Whelan. Vice President: Jim Powers, President: Bud Howard. Business Managerg Don Connell, Sgt.-at-Arms. The first play which the club produced this year was "Touchdown Twins." The play was held in oonjunction with the honoring of Coach Bill Frazier. It was given before a capacity crowd in the Providence Auditorium. The gala Spring Festival combined with the Glee Club and Band Concert was presented May 12, in the Gonzaga University auditorium. Instead of producing one three-act play, which has been the custom each year, the dramatic society put on three one-act plays. The plays were "The Pot Boilers", "Where the Cross is Made", and "Box and Cox". The "Pot Boilers" was the one-act play which was presented for the Northn west Drama Festival at Seattle. The Dramatists upheld their fine tradition in Seattle and left a favorable impression on all by taking second place. LEFT: "This is a dramatic scene!" says Mr. Ivory 1John McBride, at extreme rightj as everybody points a gun at everyone else in the hilarious one-act play 'The Pot Boilers". Left to Right: Sud 1Jim Powersi. Miss Ivory rJoc McNabbl, Wouldby Moe McGowanJ, Ruler lMark Richesoni, and Mrs. Pencil 4Tom Holleyy. The villain lLouic Baumery reclines on the table. RIGHT: Neil Cronin as Box and Bob Cor- rigan as Cox aim to please Mrs. Bouncer iNick Merrimanb in this scene from "Box and Cox," a roaring English comedy. STAR DEBATERS: Bob Egan and Jim Powers are shown re- ceiving the trophy from Mr. Lloyd B. Waltz, Dean of Speech at Whitworth College. for winning first place in the Whitworth Debate Tournament. This victory gave Powers and Egan the right to enter the official Washington State Tournament at Pullman. Debating Srfciefy Gonzagals senior debaters carried through one of the most active and colorful programs in the clulo's history this year entering six tourna- ments and participating in two separate debate leagues. All in all, 135 inter-school debates were held. Highlighting the year's activities was Jim Powers and Bob Egan winning tirst place in the Whitworth College Tournament in February. Earlier at the Gonzaga University Tournament, Bob Egan and Jim Powers were awarded first and second alternatives respectively to a year's scholarship at the University for the outstanding boy debater. Jim Powers also placed third in dramatic reading. In the newly organized Bi-State Debate League Gonzaga placed second, tying with Marycliff for that position with twelve wins and eight losses. Joe Butzerin, Bill Donais, Bob Egan, Bud Howard, Dave Olivier. Jim Powers, Bob and Hay Tanksley were responsible for Gonzaga's laud- able showing. SENIOR DIVISIONvfSeatcdp: Bob Tanksley. Joe Butzerin. Dick Church, Louie Baumer. Bob Egan. Bill Donais. Jim Powers. Standing: Monty Whelan, Ray Tanksley. SITTING: Ronnie Fry, Pat Doyle, Joe Cozzetto, John McDowell, Jim Upton, Larry Twohy, Gene Tuma, Joe McNabb. STANDING: Dick Leitch, John Walton, Tom Vaughn, Jim Flynn, Leo Chandler, Ken LaCasse, Gregory Stach, Pat Carroll, Rocky Rothrock, Dick McMahon Mike McClarty, Bill McCormick, John Hamlin, Jim Crowley, Larry Sherman, John Lynch The Junior Debaters enjoyed an active season meeting teams from Marycliff, North Central, and Central Valley, as Well as en- gaging in many intra-squad debaters. Those participating in the tournaments were: Joe Cozzetto, Jim Flynn, John Lynch, Rocky Roth- rock, Larry Sherman. and Jim Upton. In keeping with the Gonzaga tradition, many students entered the oratorical, extemporaneous and dramatic reading contests held in con- junction with the various tournaments. Joe Butzerin, Bud Howard, and Bob Egan performed at Seattle University, while at Gonzaga U., Bob Cor- rigan, Louie Baumer, Neil Cronin, Dave Olivier, Jim Powers, and Monty Whelan carried the colors for Gonzaga High. The most outstanding student in the field of oratory during the past year was Mark Richeson. Mark won first place in the Washington State Oratorical Contest in Olympia before a joint session of the legis lature. , LEFT: Father Toner, S.J. congratulates Mark Richer-son for winning first place in the Washington State Oratori- cal Contest. Mark's convertible is also shown, which was his gift for taking first prize. RIGHT: Mark Riche- son speaking in the House Chambers of the Capitol before a joint session of the legislature. Page Fifty-one . QQ I SENIOR ELOCUTIONsLeft to Right: Bob Corrigan, Monty Whelan, Dave Olivier, Jim Powers. Louie Baumer, Mel Hartmeier, Neil Cronin. Missing: Dick Sprague. 810 uliou Ability in dramatic interpretation and public speaking was abundant among the students this year as was clearly evidenced at the several elocution contests which were held. I The Senior Elocution Contest was held in the University Canteen on December 21. The first place position was awarded to James Powers for his excellent delivery of "The Unseen Wit- ness." Second and third place honors went to Bob Corrigan and Monty Whelan. On February 23, the Junior Elocution Con- test took place with Joe Cozzetto giving "The Burgoma,ster" so eloquently that the No. 1 spot was his. Larry Twohy won the glories of second place and John Lynch was third. The final contest was something a little different being a Ciceronian Latin Contest. This was the first year that a Latin Oratorlcal Contest was held at Gonzaga, and it was such a huge suc- cess that it is sure to become an annual affair. Each of the contestants gave a selection from one of the orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero. David Olivier was the winner in this new type of contest. and Tony Cafaro came in second, with Rex Gerlach taking third place. TOP -'-- LATIN ORATORICAL CONTEST- Left to Right: Dave Olivier, Rocky Rothrock, Rex Gerlach, Ray Tanksley, Bill Via., Jim Little, Tony Cafaro. They are dressed as the Romans did in the time of Cicero. BOTTOM'-JUNIOR ELOCUTION: Joe Coz- zetto, John Lynch, Bill Longpre, Dick McMahon, Jim Flynn, Larry Twohy, Joe McNabb. Missing: Jim Proctor. f ,. l s In De Smet Hall, thc "Home away from home" of the Boarders, Mexico, China, Canada, and many of the States were rep- resented. Making friends in a place like this was easyg the hard part lies in leaving these same friends when school life has past. For every member ol' Gamma Beta there will always be pleasant memories con- nected with his life at "Phe Hall". The fine record their basketball team made for itself, winter and the hocky games with those in- evitable casualties. Of course, we cannot forget the rare occasions when the ever monotonous books were forgotten for a pleas- ant evening at a mixer with the Holy Names JOHN HOLLAND MERT NEUMANN Pres. lst 84 2nd Sems. Vice Pres., lst A: 2nd Seniesters or Marycliff Boarders. Then too, some of on . the most enjoyable hours we ever spent were I ' at the fall and spring picnics at the nearby ix lakes. f ai . F Although the '49 Gamma Beta Club .. "1"' , was smaller than in previous years, they left ' a good record for themselves in all the school Q activities. They had many names on the 'O cf oiiis honor roll and a good number on the various -Q Xi sports of the school. As could be expected """ ff from such a spirited group, it was another PAUL ARNOLD N PU RINQWOOD great year fm. this Roardm-S. Sec-Treas.. lst Sem. See- Freasu .lnd Sem Gamma 16' fa FIRST ROW: Gene Tuma. Fat Smith. Roy Stiles, Bob Bezold. Ted Stegenian. Greg Stach. Bob Presncll, John Holland, Frank Ross. John Lynch. Mr. Earl LaRiviere. Moderator. SECOND ROW: Peter Pauly, Tom Purkett. Phil McLeod, Pat Ringwood, Ken LaCasse. Gary Bingaman. Tom Miller. Mike Welsh. THIRD ROW: Bill Heibling Dave Olivier. FOURTH ROW' W lt I . . a Schmidt, Jack Kent. Bob Stach. Joe Guterres. Miller Humphrey. Ted Pappas Ed Stasney Bill Mc-Cormick. FIFTH ROW: Loyal Marsh. Bill Steele. Roger Wilhelm. 'Bill Lonigpre Terry Wedemeier. George Kovatch John O'Ncil. Paul Arnold, Ronny Goolcy Hair Mur l . . , . ' y p iv. SIXTH ROW: Mort Neumann. Bernie Charette. Bob Helbling. Joe Shell. Mel Hartmcier. BILL HELBLING GARY BINGAMAN Sgt.-at-Arms. lst Sem. 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NW ff M X? 221 -fi? 9 22irfi'- x f 3 qw. '53 'Cx . 5 ' 5 Q . 5, 0 x M s Q if ,K X S 'A ..5.:,.: -::.sg'QKs ::5 vw is K ww '31 QQ, , f , Q 3 l ' I I - W2 fi . W xw 5 E2 Q . , mi ,ma SKA Q, ...Nt 'y .D ,Q , N A x X , A51 DICK SPRAGUE A11-City Halfback Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga MARVIN GLOVER A11 Clty Tackle Page Fifty-slx ftfharups 'Fllllllr ROW: -lov Weill-nstviner Olgny. John Charlton. .lim Burke-r, lioh Corrigan, Bob Spa-m-er. Dave Millsap, Bob Bowls-s. Alvin Boyle. Allie Boyle, Miko Mcllzlllghlln, Put Lynx-h 0lgr.b. I-'0l'R'l"ll ROW: Mike' Walsh. Ronnie- Fry, Mm-rle Murphy, Al Sc-hlosser, Chuck Cutz, Dick Sl.g'll2lW, Paul Arnold, Paul Brooks. H1-rman Hlixman, Tom Spmguc. ., 2 . VIITH JOE LYNCH A11-City Halfback Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga 6 Rogers 13 .. 26 N. C. 7 32 L. C. 14 27 Missoula 0 DAVE MILLSAP End All-City Guard Page Fifty-seven AL CHARLTON begins his 35-yard jaunt to pay dirt by knocking down and running' over the Lewis and Clark safety man. Al Boyle fat lefty, Corrigan 6773. Siguaw fbehind Charltony, Millsap 1673 and Stephens X X: lr.SxY'vll' S" K is ,Ulf kg nf 7 vi " Eff' BOB CORRIGAN Center fi" rffiia HJ ff' , if ,f ack U I C839 are all assisting on the play. Gonzagafs brawny Bullpups captured their' ninth city conference title since 1930, by rolling over the opposition in five of their six tilts, compiling the terrific record of 186 total points. The boys in blue placed the entire right side of the line and both half- backs on the all-city eleven. The name "Touch- down Twins" will long be remembered by those who watched the Bullpup "Ex- presses", Captain Dick Sprague and "Crazylegs" Joe Lynch, pack the pigskin across the goal for the amazing total of 147 points with Sprague setting the new record of 82 points. Lynch set a new all time punting record with 513 yards in 13 tries for a 39.5 average. AL CHARLTON Fullback F ?f J .ws fi-if I TOM SPRAGUE Quarterback DICK SIGUAW Gllafd PAUL ARNOLD Halfback End HERMAN ELIXMAN JOHN MCBRIDE Quarterback DICK SIGUAW and Whit Smith tin front of Siguziwl are trying desperately to keep Hilsen of Rogers from scoring. Joe Lynch fat leftl, Dave Mill- sap 1673 and Larry Orth 1923 are also in the action. LARRY ORTH End BULI.I'Ul'S SCALP TEPEE BOYS Gorizagzfs Bullpups stepped across the thresh- hold of the city league with an impressive 30-21 victory over the North Central Indians. Offensive star of the contest was Dick Sprague who electrified the crowd in the opening period with an 89-yard touchdown sprint. The Zags strong ground gaining attack with 397 yards gained from rushing was but a prophecy ol' greater things yet to come. as we-is One of the few times that the leading scorer of the city league, Dick Sprague, did not go into the endzone standing up. Bob Stephens is blocking at left, and Al Charlton is charging forth at the extreme right in this N. C. tussle. PIRATES DOWN BULLPUPS IN SEASON'S BIGGEST UPSET The Pirates of John Rogers scored a stunning upset by stopping the Bullpups' high-scoring grid machine to the count of 13-6, in their second meeting. This defeat brought all hopes of an unbeaten season to a sad close. The Pups threatened to score continuously during the first half, but penalties cost them everything they gained. On one occasion, Joe Lynch flipped a pass to Tom Sprague for six points, but a penalty on the play nullified the Zags' efforts. As for line play, it was a battle of two rough and tough lines for forty-eight minutes. Bullpup captain, Dick Sprague, set a new league scoring record with his lone tally. It was his 13th touchdown of the year giving him 68 points in his favor. BOB STEPHENS JOHN HERN JIM STEVENSON BOB SPENCER Tackle Tackle Tackle Guard Page Sixty '23-m BOB FLAHERTY LOUIE PONTIERI CHUCK BECKEL ALLIE BOYLE Halfback Center Fullback Tackle J TIGERS DOOR MAT PIRATES WALK C FOR BULLPUPS THE PLANK The Bullpup's mighty forward wall of Millsap, Siguaw, and Smith, trained the Lewis and Clark Tigers to keep their claws away from the Zag's sprinting backs. Al Charlton, Dick and Tom Sprag-ue, Lynch, and Ar- nold scored a new league record of 54-'12, The blue-clad Zags rolled up 534 yards from scrim- mage and added 59 more on passes, for the unbelievable total of 593 yards. Gonzaga's fleet-footed backs, behind the spectacular blocking of Glover, Smith, and Corrigan, marched across the Roger's goal line six times as they thumped the heavier Pi- rates to the tune of 39-19. The Buccaneers ship was scuttled on the opening kickoff when Dick Sprague faked a reverse to Lynch and bootlegged the ball 87 yards for six points. Soon to follow were gallops of 50 and 89 yards, and a 27-yard score by Murphy. LEFT: Millsap lays the wood to a Rogers back at thc line of scrimmage, Charlton 185i and Dick Sprague 1733 are also in on the action. RIGHT: Zag fullback Charlton crashes through the Indian line for a first down. Millsap and Siguaw get set to "tee-off". i Page Sixty-One GS NIl' INDIANS Gonzaga came roaring from defeat by dumping Central Indians 26- star who stole the on offense was an speedster, "Crazylegs" Lynch. The defense tro- was awarded to the "Set Up in the Next Alley gang" of Corrigan, Millsap, Smith, Glover, and Siguaw, who completely pacified the Redskins. Dick Sprague gath- ered-in the opening kickoff and bootlegged the ball all the way to the endzone. In a few more minutes Lynch tuck- ed away a pass and speeded to the goal stripe thirty yards away. In the second quarter Lynch returned a punt for another TD. by dodging his way through the entire Indian squad, and in the last period he grabbed an enemy aerial and raced to pay dirt after bewildering the N. C. safety man. PAUL ARNOLD gains yardage a unst North Central in the afternoon scalping of the Indians Millsap 1673 Stephens 1833 Flaherty 1683 Spencer 1743, and McBride 1803 are all doing a fine Job 1n the blocking department. GONZAGA'S SPRAGUE adds anoth r 10 yards to '11d the Zags 111 rout111g then perennial Crosstown rivals, the Lewis and Clark T1gers Al Boyle 1s seen standmg up 'lt the far left GONZAGA CRUSHES LEWIS AND CLARK Although the Bullpups had not been too successful in sustained drives the past two games, in their final grid classic of the '48 season they were really sparkling on all eleven cylinders, as they conquered the Lewis and Clark Tigers 32-14. The Zags put on two powerful drives in the first half, one for 70 yards and the other for 80. Al Charlton got things off to a bang in the third quarter with a 48-yard jaunt on a reverse. Lynch picked up gains of 17 and 15 yards in two plays, and then scored. In this contest as well as in all other games during the past year. the Bullpup ball carriers were getting great downfield blocking from Siguaw, Millsap, Glover, Smith, and Corrigan. By crushing the Tigers in this battle, the Gon- zaga brawny gridders took their fifteenth city conference champ- ionship. DICK SPRAGUE A11 Clty FIRST ROW: Bob Helbling, Bob Burns LCaptainl , Neil Cronin Roger Steele, Bill Presley, SECOND ROW: Mr. Presley. Coach Bob Corllgan Bob Fallon Herman Elixman. Joe Lynch, Dick Sprague, Chuck Beckel, Marvm Glovel Tom Clark IM r 3 Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga 7671 keffulll Che Scare Hank Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga O my ,, E .1- Y, w.. NW ? ng-Znggff -if fi? :FA Xi S 5 fgiillg x v Q ., X K 5 RSX X X M X ylx Em 5 5 A i 3345 X--. 1 in Q' XX swf its Q X A wg A M3 I J, Qx g fbi 'xx Q ,QQ-f X 'exif M X+F'4i" R- in K . 5: 'Q K -I x w S 5 3 . Qi , . X S X XX QV QL W Q M N ,RW Q P ix , ff . 1 mag-gsmigjg al 33' kv KKK af A fi, X02 ,R My . ix w B.. , x X x. 'QA- al V E 39 iq.- QQ'-v' LEFT: BOB BURNS streaks around the post after receiving a, pass from Marvin Glover n i the Indian scalping. MIDDLE: CHUCK BECKEL lays one in against the Tigers as Buck Bailey waits for the rebound. RIGHT: All-City Dick Sprague goes up for the tip to get things rolling in the second North Central battle. FIRST HALF OF CITY LEAGUE ROGER STEELE Forward In their opening game the Zags ended up on the short end of a 39-22 score with the Lewis and Clark Tigers. The following week the Pup hoopsters lost a heartbreaking 34-31 overtime contest to the N. C. Indians. Then the Zags coasted by the helpless West Valley quintet 41-34, for their first win. That same third period jinx that accompanied the team the first half of league play caused the Bullpups to fall 49-29 to Rogers. However, it was a new Gonzaga team that took to the court for the last half of play as the Bull- pup cagers came roaring back to split the percentage column for a clean .500. Guard PAUL ARNOLD NEIL CRONIN Page Sixty-si:-Q Guard Guard HERMAN ELIXMAN LEFT: BUCK BAILEY gets away a, fancy shot as the Pups rolled over the Rogers Pirates in their second meeting. Bob Burns 4123 is coming in to give aid. MIDDLE: BURNS AND SPRAGUE, Gonzaga's All-City boys, watch the ball come off the backboalrcl against Lewis and Clark. RIGHT: CHUCK BECKEL lays in a good two points as Dick Sprague g32y comes roaring in from the side. SECOND HALF OF CITY LEAGUE The Zags again met the State Champs from L. C. with the Pups matching the Tigers all the Way, only to lose in the closing minutes 29-23. But the Bull- pups came back to scalp the N. C. five 39-26, as Dick Sprague and Bob Burns led the attack with 14 and 10 points respectively. Next the Zag men dumped the W. V. Eagles 40-28. The Bullpup courtsters wound up the season by trouncing the Rogers Pirates 47-32, with Burns, Bailey, Sprague, and Lynch playing outstanding ball. The '49 squad was truly a tribute to their new coach, Mr. John Presley, who brought them from the cellar to a second place tie. BOB FALLON Forward W 'yd BOB jZ.rf"7 HELBLING WML BOB CORRIGAN Forward , 0,5 '7 BILL PRESLEY Forward nb, I H Guard ,WM J FIRST ROW: Ronnie Fry, John Charlton, Larry Smith, Don Florelli, Jim Severino, Jim Moo1'e, Chuck Cutz, Tom Holley, Ronnie Moore. SECOND ROW: Ed Schoenberg, Jack Reilly, Mike Shenon, Don Curran, Chuck Beckel, Roy Velllng, Dick Sprague. Bill Helbling, Bob Fallon. Dick Hawkins, Merle Murphy, Duncan McDowell, Alan Cr-ow, Ray Wiltzius, Jack Bumgarner, Bud Meyers. THIRD ROW: Joel Smith, Mark Richeson, Dennie Rotch- ford, Jim Cortesy, Tom State, Ed Bates, Norm Flickinger, Dave Frawley, Ken LaCasse, John. Hern, Al Charlton, John McBride, Tom Lappano, Allie Boyle, Jack Rizzutto. FOURTH ROW: Dick Bruya fMgr.p, Kent Brennan, Jim Rooney. Dave Proctor, Don Raftis, Ted Pappas, Mr. Miller 1Coach3, Dick Traversi, Jim Proctor, Joe Turner, Skip Hunting. Brodersen, George Weller, Leo Chandler, Tom Clark gMgr.y. Crack Joe Lynch, Bill DON FIORELLI JIM SEVERINO JIM ROONEY RON N IE FRY e Sixty-eight A if M .M I LEFT: Merle Murphy doels well in the broad jump. RIGHT: Bob Fallon, Don Fiorelli, John McBride. Jim Rooney. and Bill Helbling are all ready to begin the mile. x ,wma yffxge A XJ . i JOHN MCBRIDE 3 W we l Q , i -x BOB FALLON CHUCK BECKEL BILL HELBLING DAVE PROCTOR DICK SPRAGUE Page Sixty-nine FIRST ROW: Bob Goodwin, Julius Picroni, Merle Murphy, Pat Flanigan, Roy Velling, Miko Walsh, Ncil Cronin, Bob Magnuson. Eddie Fallon, Al Boyle. Dennis Howard, John 0'Neil. SECOND ROW: Bob Stach. Chuck Mason, Paul Arnold, Pete Curran, Larry Smith, Joe Lynch, Bob Ferguson, Dan Walsh. Allie Boyle, Pat Ringwood, Pat Carroll, Terry Wedemeier 1Mgr.y, Mr. Presley 1Ass't. Coachp, Nick Me'1'rima.n, Bill Kerley, Jim Barker, Jim Gowanlock, Danny Harkins. Bob Rowles, Tom Sprague, Bob Burns, Dick Sprague, Chuck Beckel, Ed Hoerner, Mr. Frazier lCoachj. Kascball The Bullpup baseball club took to the diamond in quest of the city pennant with thirteen veterans. The Zags rated tops as they boasted a well seasoned veteran infield in Neil Cronin on the initial rock, Paul Arnold on 2nd, Dick Sprague at shortstop, and Tom Sprague on 3rd. The outfield kept its pace with Betkel, Harkins, Burns, and Fallon doing an excellent job in the field and at the bat. Gonzaga had plenty of punch as far as the battery was concerned. They held two fire receivers in Nick Merriman and Al Boyle. Both were veterans with Mer- riman being able to swing a heavier bat. On the mound the Pups had big Roy Velling, "Fireball" Ed Hoerner. Pat Nevers and sophomore Merle Murphy to m EES opposition. , f' 1' Lib fi 'x fi LL NICK MERRIMAN Jim L 6' W 7 C. 6 K SPRAGUE, S.S. PAT NEVERS, p. PAUL ARNOLD 2b BOB MAGNUSON, p. jjfjxf ,rf fl Mrk'-1 ff C715 Scare 16711115 Gonzaga ..,..., 1 L. . ..,........ .. Gonzaffi . . . 0 Rogers . . Gonza ...7 N.C, Gonzaga -- L. C. -.- onza 1 4 ROgC'fS Gonzaga , Y- N- C- --A 01171021 , 3 L. C. ..- onzaga .. . - ROSQTS Eonzaga - N. C. .,.. - CHUCK MASON, 1'.f. NEIL CRONIN, lb. CHUCK BECKEL, 1.f. ED HOERNER, p. AL BOYLE tags Chuck Mason as he was trying no steal homo in an inter-squad game. Dennie Howard is the man with the bat, TOM SPRAGUE, 3b DENNIS HOWARD, C. ROY VELLING, p BOB BURNS, c.f. TOM SPRAGUE and Neil Cronin seem to have Bob Magnuson in a real tough spot, in a little inter-squad action. MIKE WALSH, p. 1 M V Umm-if 1 4 FIRST ROW: Jim Briggs, John Ongarato, Rocky Rothrock, Duane Ennis, George Weller. Bill Via, Jerry Garcea, Bob Goodwin. SECOND ROW: Mike Dol1e11j,', Jim Gowanlock, George Peterson, Dick Hawkins. Joe Cozzettfo, Jim Severino. Dennis Rotcliford, Dan Walsh, Dick Sells, Art Mindrup, Bill Brodcrsen. THIRD ROW: Skip Hunting, Joe Sullivan, Paul Krusel, Ronnie McTighe, George Richardson, 17111101111 McDowell, Larry Sherman, Pat. Carroll, Ken La,Casse, M1'. Presley, Coach. -Squad E7zf1ff6ull and Kaskefball , , jf, aif fffif A f QLf?,i.g 0 XJ Ziff If po FIRST ROW: Mark Richeson, John Crowley, Don Curran, Mike McLaughlin. Jerry Garcea. Jim Gowanlock. Jerry Egan, J0h1l O'Neil. SECOND ROW: Jim Rotchford 4Coaohl, George PeL':1'so11, Dan Harkins, Roy Velling, Pat Lynch, Bruce Nelson, Skip Hunting, Jim Sullivan, Ed Fallon, Kvarderk Haseball FIRST ROW: Ted Pappas, John Holland, Bill Presnell, Jack Kent, Roy Stiles, Frank Ross. John Lynch, Bob Bezolcl, Bill Helbling, Gary Blngaman, Ed Stasney. SECOND ROW: Bill McCormick, Peter Pauly, Joe Shell, Loyal Marsh, Bob Helbling. 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Ph o C P1 1OOOOO0o0ooO0JO'vf1L690999000006 330000003 3LwL19D0Ju'JOO931:291299:J:,1uLJ900vJQ103Lwu3u J3000OJ'JUUJOO120000OC0000GO0060000000OCOOOOcOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MT. SPOKANE IN MIDWINTER By L. G. NUMBERS ,fnzllh ,f Wishing the Graduates thc Peak of Sufcess in gufure Zfcar - RT TUDIO , , . ,, . 621 Lukor Bulldmg spokane, Washington OOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOCIJOOOOOOOOOCJOOOOYJUOCICTJT750T000OOCUTJOOOOOOOULXJVXBOCOOOOOOOUOOOOOOUOUUUKIOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOC DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOGOUOOOOOOOL'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000000003 O OOOOOO OCCOOCOGOOOCOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOIOOOOOOOOO OOOOO C000 OO OOOO OODOOCIOOOO OOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO O DOOOO FIRST SEMESTER Sept. 1--Gates of Gonzaga open. "O well, just 180 days 'till vacation!" Sept. 9-Mass of the Holy Ghost. A prayer for success during the coming year. Sept. 17-Merry-Go-Round. Just wait 'till the city league begins. Sept. 30-Bullpups overcome their toughest op- ponent, Rogers. Score 39-19. Oct. 124-Frosh Nite. "Oh! Oh! I'm seeing red." Oct. 15-Biggest blow of the whole school year, Rogers edges by Zags 13-6. Oct. 26-Leash Initiation. The boys look good in dresses. Oct. 28-Gonzaga trounces L. C. 32-14. The final count for us was five wins, one loss. Nov. 1-A11 Saints Day. Holyday and holiday. Nov. 4, 5-Quarter Exams. Not a happy face around. Nov. 17-All City Night. Bullpups are Co-Champs. Dec. 1, 2, 3-Annual Retreat. Three days we really needed. Dec. 17-Sock and Buskin presents "Touchdown Twins." A night in honor of Coach Frazier. Dec. 21-Senior Elocution. Jim Powers takes 3000 O O O 0 0 O OOOOOOOOOOOUOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCL C-4 L4 U 0 S9 97 23 P P 3 O Pb 5 5 :rr-A A 97 N rs' 97 O 0 4 N I 'EM U1 5 5 'D' 2 540 F' 5 3 sw '-' 59 5 S 3 :w D- up o 3 I cp 5 O O O O an er s 2 gngf 9 we 5 5 '4 5 Q. 5 s' ? E cm Q Q: in 3 0 VJ 5 1 SF? y Q 3 g fb "' gg S O 2 F11 5 em rr fs 2 z 2 rs 2 Q E Z 5 3 Q " 0 C . P-I U1 -4 5 C n 2 Sf Q. Q O O Q. 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C c C c O c O Q L1 O c c c O Q Q D c c O O O O c O O o O O O O O O O O L O c O c c O O O O O O c O c O c O O o o O O O O rs O O O o o O O O O O o O c O O O c O O O O O O c O o 5 O O O O O U 5 c E O O O O O O O o O O O O O O O c O c Q OO 'J cc 00000033 QJOJJ CCCOCCTC CCCQ O O J CQ 7 Q -P 2 Q :". O :s CD to the Senior Class of 1949 OOO no 0 O 3 3 0 OOOOOOOO 00100000 0000000000000 OOOOCOOOOOOO o 3 O Q C Q o 8 8 o OO O 5 5 2 sa O OOMPLIMENTS OF Q O O O 3 53 ,lOOOOC0'lCOOOCOOCOOOl ?C5,i7fV7O'l' COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOV50OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000GOOOOOOOO0UOOOUOOUUOUOUOOOOOOOOOOOCOC04,12 QIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODO'IOOOQJOOUOODOOOOOOOUUCJOOOOOOOOJOODOOOOOQDOOOQJOOODLYJQQ 5IIO3OGOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOODUDGOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUUOOOOODOGOOOOOCJOKL T7 1 O " Comphments 'f 3 5 2 x If O cl f 5 "The Home o 5 2 0 O 3 . . . 5 2 2 2 Qalzty Home Furnxsbzngsn 2 O O ' IIRIHWESIERN IIIIE INSURANCE IIII S 8 8 . SYMMES FURNITURE J. F. HUNT, Manager 2 s g g O O Title Bldg. MAin 2106 119 N. Post RI. 2275 5JOOCAOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL1471JOOOOOOOUOY!O0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOE 8,1DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOf7OOUCOObg COOOOODOOOOUUUOOOOOOOOUOOOOUOUUUOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOODODOOUOUOOUCD OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooOOOOOooooooooOooooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO5 as Q 2 Q O ' O C 9 . . . O 2 C3 E SpOkane's only All Nlght Prescrlptlon E 3 Pkarmacis Ia 5 3 A is Comm 'Les You CHEVRON STATIO HART Sr DILATUSH Y N , hb h d St t, O PROFESSIONAL PHARMACISTS 5 our 913 Of 00 a lon a O 3 Q 5 OPEN 24 HOURS Egg E TIRES-BATTERIES-ACCESSORIES E o O o . Frank A. Cantlon, President and Manager E Hours: 8200 A-M. U1 12100 P-M. O 3 O 3:00 A.M. on Saturda s C 9 N. Stevens Spokane MA. 2111 y 8 5 o S O C O O O Q '10OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVIOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUB COODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOGOOOOCOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOU Page Ninety-six SECOND SEMESTER Jan. 17-Beginning of second semester. "Nothing but A-average from now on, Dad." ' Jan. 22-First Basketball victory, Bullpups take West Valley 41-34. Feb. 3, 4. 5-Gonzaga University Debate Tourna- ment. Egan and Powers win honors. Feb. 12-Gonzaga comes in sixth in Inland Empire Ski Meet. Cheer up boys, 14 teams entered. Feb. 15-Mark Richeson wins first place in State Resource Contest. Ah yes, and a new Chev- rolet convertible. Feb. 18-Pups Quintet overpower N. C. 39-26. Feb. 19-Powers and Egan come in first at Whit- worth Debate Tournament. Feb. 23-Joe Cozzetto nabs top honors in Junior Elocution Contest. March 9--Gonzaga takes Rogers 47-32. We end season tied for second. March 11-Room 25 trounces Room 10, 30-15, to capture intramural basketball honors. March 18,19-Quarter Exams. Three down and one to go. April 13-Easter Vacation Begins. A few days to honor the Risen Christ. April 23-Sock and Buskin members travel to Seattle for Northwest Drama Festival. April 27 -Dick Sprague takes first place in Hearst Oratorical Contest in Seattle. May 2, 3, 4-Seniors make final retreat. May 23-27 Exams. The end has come, "in more ways than one." May 26-Ascension Thursday, Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation. Farewell and good luck, Seniors. oooooooofrooo JO OOO oooooooouoO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOFS O OOO 8 LOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCJO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUULLYI' 5300000000000OOOOOOOUOUOOUOOO OOO OO Q 0 Q 0 Q 2 Q 2 2 ' 5 3 Q UQ Q 5 Q 3 Q o o 5 o O CO O 0 0 5 5 fb O Q 5 O 'D E I it 23 e 5 I O 3 Q rf 3, CQ 8 O U2 C5 93 5 3 -1- Q H 3 5 5' 1 D W O O S 5 O O B 3 o 0 zu G 8 0 5 I Q- 0 'C o O CD 0 S 2. In V' O 8 - sq -- Q 2 U ""' U E3 S S 2 m 5' 5 U 5 5 5 5 rn Q Z g O O 8 O S m Ei 5 5 3 5 3 JP 5: 3 3 U2 3 3 Z3 U2 Pl 3 3 1-1 2 0 Us cu O 0 O Z "3 8 3 " v-1 "' 8 3 O o 8 O I sq Z 8 8 8 9, 5 Z 2 S i-3 5 3 ' U " 8' 8 'JU gg 0 3 P- U3 o o ,.4 o 3 C5 :U S O . 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