Gonzaga Preparatory School - Luigian Yearbook (Spokane, WA)

 - Class of 1951

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X X fo F' Grad 9 gmwmf ry, , ie mice and Mr L N A X , : 9,4 L',L ,isis N I . Q X xx X X s ss W' x X NE .... ' - Ng N Q Xxkx s W W A Annual Publication of the Associated Students of "Gonzaga High School, Spokane, Washington. LARRY SHERMAN .... Editor-in-Chief JIM UPTON ......... Associate Editor JIM MERTENS ...... Business Manager Volume XX FATHER EDWIN SPRAGUE, SJ. Born january 11, 1893g died, November 2, 1950 .xg mecbcafion Requiercat in Pace ,, L ..,- -NWKW . ,, L ra. X-ff .L -11 wwtwsa4m4:fiw+ww:re To a priest and spiritual father, the epitome of School Spirit, this year- book is respectfully dedicated. An optimist by nature, it was Father Sprague's avowed task to point out to the students "What's Right with the School." He could look on the accomplishments of youth and share their problems and, at the same time, realize something of the wonder of both. He could make the student appreciate his talents, or the lack thereof, and yet not be content with himself until he had made the best of them. "School Spirit" was Father's byword, and prayer, his secret weapon. He gained the respect of intelligent men and the love of youth by looking for the best in others and by giving the best he had. He lived well, laughed often, and loved much. His life was an inspira- tion and his memory, a benediction. STUDENTPBOD, OFFICERS S 'ur 3 K ar me S 1, an 'Q zz? W . h , D : if , , , Mseffit EEK X , T' mm,AL H h Rocky Rothrock Pete Curran Bill Via Bob Bourbeau Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Freshmen Consultor, First Semester First Semester First Semester First Semester joe Cozzetto President, First Semester jim Gowanlock President, Second Semester 'am Q3 Don Curran Phil Thompson Spike Nash Keith Kaonis Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Freshmen Consultor Second Semester Second Semester Second Semester Second Semester Fr. Francis E. Corkery, SJ Fr. Francis Gubbins, S.-I. President of Gonzaga University Vice President of Gonzaga and High School. University and High School Fr. Gordon E. Toner, SJ. Principal of Gonzaga High School Fr john Hurley, SJ. Vice Principal of Gonzaga ' ii"X z 'K l High School. Fr. Timothy Glancey, Fr. John Coughlin, Fr. C. I. Meckes, SJ., M.A. SJ., Ph.D. SJ., M.A. Latin, Algebra, Religion, Latin, Algebra, Religion, Religion, Spiritual Father English English x . Fr. Harry Iahn, SJ., M.A. Plane Geometry, Ad- vanced Algebra, Religion, Moderator of Athletics Fr. Michael Kunz, SJ., M.A. Chemistry, Religion, Moderator of Science Club Father Hurley, jug master, shows some of the boys why they're there. ,, V , ,X Fr. Ernest Meri-ard, Fr. Richard Bradley, Fr. Robert Rebhahn, Fr. Jerome Murray, SJ., M.A. SJ., M.A. SJ., M.A. SJ., M.A. English, Latin, Religion, Latin, English, Religion, English, Latin, Religion, Trigonometry 7 French Dramatrcs Coach Coach of Frosh Athletics The Teachers' Room empties at the Father Coughlin strikes a familiar pose. Mr. Bernard McMeel, s.1., B.A. Physics, Latin, Religion, General Mathematics, Assistant Moderator of Athletics Mr. Earl Lakiviere, SJ., M.A. Modern History, Reli- gion, Prefect of Resident Students first bell, Mr. Thomas Zeyen, E s. J., M.A. French, English, Reli- gion Mr. Francis Greene, s.J., B.A. English, Religion, Gon- 8 Mr. John Majeres, SJ., B.A. Ancient History, Reli- gion, Elementary Algebra Mr. Brooks fCostello, Typing s. J., M.A. zagan Moderator Mr. Robert Bradley, S.I., M.A. Latin, Religion, Modern History, Greek, Debate Moderator Mr. Francis Conklin, S.-I., M.A. Latin, Elementary Alge- bra, Sociology, Assistant Coach of Freshman Ath- letics Mr. Pasquale Spoletini, s.J., B.A. Assistant Prefect of Dis- cipline Mr Fredric Schlatter, S.I., M.A. Greek, Latin, Religion Mr. Gerald Gordon, Mr. William Frazier, Ph.B. Plane Geometry, Elemen- tary Algebra, Director ot' Athletics, Head Coach of Football and Baseball Mr. John Presley, Ph.B. U. S. History, Civics, Head Coach of Basket- ball, Assistant Coach of Football and Baseball s.J., B.A. Typing, Luigian Modera- lOl' Mr. Theodore Mar- chesini, SJ., B.A. Ancient History, Religion Mr. Don Miller, B.A. English, Track Coach, Assistant Coach of Foot- ball Mr. Henry Silohn, B.S. Director of the Glee Club Mr. Richard McGinn, M.S., Ph.B. Bookkeeping, Commercial Law, Typing Mr. Lee McNaugh!, B.A. Director of Band, Music Instructor Every good team has managers. Above, Mildred Little faithfully slaves over grades. Below, Curtis Drive heads, Mr. Zeyen, SJ and Pete O'Hara. 5 29" W3 ali 3? QQ A , ,,. ,: an, VQVL ,",' We . . . .f jg 'ly,i-A M if In V ., Q sfiki ww? f mv : 'A 3' A .V 1 Q ,1 xx-ff A. mi L., . V, if is haf f wah! A an k L 'L M' kv fifv Y, 1' 5 1122 SIENIORS f X X f X Z X I ff? 1 f, Z K, Z W7 f 2 f Z X eff-Mwfig Www ww-wwmslefvwew f, nf, ,.Wg,g.,,q,z ., . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS at-Army. . -f. X-vi-.Www X.- .15 if .af Gregory Alan Baird "Greg" A3105 - " Sfienlijfr - O'Dea High, Donaxd S6195 Seattle 1, 2, 3. H 0, Classlmchess CNE. 071 ', 3 s - CC 5' L 2, V T SSZQO' foffm HONG" L 5, 3 Debate 5, 4- s Chaz-I C! es Eugene Bet-ke, L uffifqj X Dimpl ,, 4eaSh 3, 4' "G-.kmghts esf I Class 5 Club 0 13 Engf Roll 1m3e'3 1, 22, 33, . 1 3, 4. , ' 1 4,15 ' 1' Bffsketb ' Baseball Got' 2, Mm 3112, 3 4. 2, 3, Base-ba1?f1?00tb:1lI,1.' Tfack ball 1 If Min ' M1Hor 233311 lang' Tvs: faskff- famaucs 4 ' C011- Left to right: jim Gowan- lock, Serreturyg Pete O'- Hara, Vice Prefident, Rocky Rothrock, Pfexident, Jerry Garcea, Treafurer, and Don Curran, Sergeanl- wr w x u V 4,5 . 4 fn Bef get abd ' Hank Nxatkixas Ycaocfxs Q "mm LL Genemlfkkmox YsoXX 53 ' in 'Hack bc, OXee Gob 'Lg Sx. YAQIQQASJ EXCGAOZYY, X5-ew mote, as .L li S C n 3 Flbnfqj-rl' .10 1' . ce jrqj I1 Bo ' 4.x urb , HOKU "Te-3 no '31, een ' R55 TQ 2 Qlxwmo Modus Berger l H f E "SAX 6611610116606 5, A',Y'0?:' ' ,, ess X, 'L fo L hh Q, Fr., I1 efqjhcis B Xclasoyle s '4 O Sl. liic 'In-, er ' I F ill i I' Y b W Mmm Bernard Uma "Lump Lum? ' Geneml. Fr 4 fedric R . r1Ef1,f,f 12 IE td , . X153 Tggya lu bD 1- 2 qt., , 3 V Xogeyh Y-obett Bobs! "Hubby" Sciem1fncfYXonoc YsoXX 5, A' khaxopeue Yfxgh E-CnooX, as NYJ ash. X, 2. fo hh I Ct Ce Van oss 115, Bu C5317 Tr mgarn fy H 'v E 2f2a2f9l,Znm Hd , Y'- I 4. , 2 , xiakmm , I 3 W Y 'Bed' Edward Yard Bnrke "EK Genemlffmss Oiimcer 2, 5', GXee Onb X, 2, 5, A, X Y-oberr Ben Ender Sfiemiflf f Knkghxs oi Scxence 5, A', Gon-Lagan X, 2, '53 Lnkgxaxn X, 2, '5', C-:Kee Chxb 2, 5, A. onn Parrkck ConXon "Dewey" Classicn12'G" CAn'o 5, A3 Goss Oiixcer 2, 5, Nlknor Yooxbah Y, Minor Basebah Y, Mknor 'Yrack V, Mknor Baskembah X, 2, Ev, GoXi 2, 5, Ag Gon-Logan X, 2, 5, A', Lnkgxan X, A', Drarnancs A-, Senxor Hocutkon 53 Yress A3 Honor Y-oh A. Kohn Mrarn CoWnon "EAW Genemlfbixnor Track 2, G b ' GXee Ckxb X, 2. 9 51 Y-awjrnond Y-oberv. Casey G "Hom" eneml. A Chades Patrkk CarroXX M "SXeepq" , ,,,,, lassicalfinkghxs ' f Q d"' s OEExcer H A Xoseph Frank Co-L-Leno "The Nose ' Classical f Xinkgbw 05 A' "G" Cx0b 5, A3 5-, Honor AY Honor C oi Leash 5, A', Gas 2, 5, A', Honor Y-on X, 2, 5, Ag Nlknor Yootbak 2', Mxnor Baseban X, 2, 53 Lnkgxan 2, 5, A', Oianvaxkcs A', Debax ' Prpokngeixcs A. ...gwgpw 11 .V nt Coriesvl ' ' ' Qnarxd X Leash 5, , C,Xass Ofxcer X, 2, Bok X, 2, 'bg 5206601 B0 Yreskdenr A, YooQ0aXX 5, A', Yooxbak 2', Mmor ebate X, 2, '5 'or Ho Mrnor XX Y, D ' A-, Snnx ocnnon Baseba A-, Dmnatxcs cnnon 2', Senkor YA 5, A', kann Uocnnon 5. Xmnes VKnce ,,,1gCmss Oiixcer , Bok Y, Track - Nhnor Gene 2, A-, Honor - xlxnor Eoodaah X, 'L Track X. 14 1 , S ,M Q K M? .aff W W l Ccoreao rs ' Kohn P-:thus , . "Cro SC'e""f'f f Knrghrs oi Ag Chss Officer X, 4','Yrack 7-' Horror r Yootba M 'L' rn Leash 5, YsoXX 1, 2, XX x, 1, or Edward Soho Crovdey A U "E.j.C.Sr." SC1eYH1flCzC,Xa55 Qffycet 'ba You r, 2, 5, A-, 'L' Gon- '53 .Horror Nlrrxor Baskerbah , '1-2360 5, 43 Lurgrarx 5, A. 5,2 Mrno se'oaXX X, , uiion X Mknor Ba Track 'Lg jurxror Hoc s X kim XX 1 . Nfrchad Yarrrck Doherxy "Dark Corner" Genem1f"G" C,Xrx'o 7., 5, Ag Cross Cormrrsg A. Ckrades Pere: Curran A "YvAbbri' s si ca1fXlrirg,'rus " " Gob lv, Honor Cla oi Leash 5, 153 C1 Oirscer X, 7., 5, 4, 7. '5 A',Yoor- X 5' Gass Horror YsoXX X, , , 'AX A' Msnor YOOQOQXX , , ' C3012 'O r Mrnor Basv-eww X, 5 , Ag Drarmircs 5, X GeraXd Xoseph Egan . "Gerry" Clas s 1 calfbkrrror Basker- 'DMX X, 2, 5. If 4 Ad Xohrx Dorxaki Curran "Sarah Cm YI an Oskar" 1ag,ao 'J , Classical f X4-rfxgkrrs Leash, 5, N, BasY.erbaXX 51 Track 2, '53 NYrrxor YOOQDQXX X, 'L-, Mrnor Baskerbah X, 'I.', C109-wgmr lr, Burdens Body ' Oirxcer N, tsooXog,eixcs A. s ff - J' .. fig A " V i f Donam Y-oben Yrorew "Ek YI' Genev.1lfCXuss Oiircer X 54, 'Yr-ack 53 Mrnor Yookbak x. Leo Xgrsaims Ebert "Khmer Bow' f Xlrfrghxs oi OQExcer 5 Sciemifrc 1 Sdrermce 5, N, USES. Yhxoor BMX 'bg Mxnoi Your- 'MXN MB. I5 1 .Z 3, 4, Ba J 4, Baslc QR f 4 he EE , . ' 1 at 1 Gerald Joseph Carre-ja Cfaffzraf U 4. Car" X G" Clu , Class Ollifer Football 2 3, 4i seball 2, 3, etball 3, 4, Minor Football 1, 2,' Mlnor Base- ball Ig Minor Basketball 1, 25 Mlnor Trad: 1. . f Alan Edward Giebel I ' 'Squeelr J'fref21lfYrXClass Ollicer 2, 760018 1. 2, 3, 4: Jumbr Elocutlbn Ig Glee Club 1, 2, H t ' 3, 4. fjiz .,l. ' 4 I . Ronald Francis Fry 'Ron " Cfaffzral X Knights of Leash 3, 4,' "G" Club 4,' Class Oflicer 3, 4,' Honor Roll 2, 3, Football 2, 4,' Track Q 3, 4, Mznor Foot- ball I, 3, Mincar Track If ,maid Leroy punk 'D0,," Gonzagan I, 2, 4,' Lulglan ' M, 3 4g Debate I, 2, Dramatics CfWf"4fXGlf'e Club 1- f y' ' 3 4. C Q Robert Francis Graham 'Lttle Lulu" G'ewemfXClass Oliver 1, 3, 4,' Honor Roll 1,' LUIQIEIH f ' I. . fable' J-'U' Gowanloclc "G bb " ffdlzor Cfafflfqfxlfnigbig of Lf'-9517 3, 4: "G" Club 3, 4: Class Oticer 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 1, Q 3, 45 11001. ball 3, 4g Baseball Q 3, 45 . , M Mrnor Football I, 2,- Mayor Y I M H3565-711 1: Minor Baslret- , a'e, ,ltil , ball 1, Z 3,' Minor T1-acl: I, . 1 2i,Dff1'f12f1'fS 4,- senior 510. ? f t Fltll futwn 3, 4,- Lana Flocutrbn ft . . ' ,,,,' gg, 'L' Student Body OftYcer 2, 4, John Lawrence Hagel Q. 'johnny' Cfqfflrfzl 3 if .5 David Thomas Hamer 'l9ch11ooze" Cevzerafxfbiss O 2, 3,' Hon G 16 flicer I, or Roll I, 2 3 olf 2. . .45 Q. ig! 3 gf 2 - 5 ?'ae'T , l ti H. 4 Sidney Daniel Harkins 4 ' Genera! X Klllgllf-Y, of Leash 3, 4,' "G" Clllb 2, 3. 45 Class Oliver I, 2, 3, 4,' Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: B-936' ball 2, 3, 4,' Basketball 4: Mmm Baseball 1,- Mmvr Basketball I, 2. Leslie Francis Harlow , 3 'Swabby W -' -rflkllllh-F X Band 3, 4 2 V rmale I' St. Marys 2. K K f if C I ' 'E if onald james Heinen -, A , "Dusty" , - -A- I ' G'pyg,v21fxGlCE Club 1. I ie Rohm Joseph Hefnefaa 3 Gvfllffflfz L J: , ,C , 1,. Robert Francis Helbling HPIQGOUH frzezzlzfr X Kmglyfg gf Leash 3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 1 4,' Class Olicer I, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Beta 1, 2 3, 4,- Stu Zl'2 ,z:fgBz4a,zzzm ffozf- ' ' . . ' ' ' Q I 'LS' lp" Tmfkg' 32 4' lmao' Foot' -fffffffllff X Kmghts of ball 1, Mmor Baseball 1,' Leash 41. .-G.. Club 3, 4: V Ylymor Basketball 1,' Minor Class Omcer Z 41. Football , 'ack 1' 3, 4,' Basketball 4,' Track 3, Q, :vk gg ffzgor Football 2,' Minor Y as et all 2,' DI3013flsI'S 4. Q 4 1 f i i f l l Z V , m ee 4 2 if fi, ' l eee e,e,, 3 V. : ' John 1afaesJe'1Hf'12S.yaC,,,e ,le 3 eiiilrli G'6ll?fHfSNUffh Central 11 'xx ,fig Glenn Leonard .luffe 'yumn G'e11er-Qfxfflii Yi 25 Horzo .. offifef r Roll l, 2,' B' 2, 3, 4. 1, and 1, X3 on K .-9996 ns . Ce 5 P 5 axaq 9 Do dass 'S 00 if A i anna Y CG P-WI John Krue J' l'l?'21l2f 2 S91 "CrLvko fXM1h0r Football LA I l rb f L- 7 ' jj 9 'fwfffff Eugene La C-me A by V -,V Yh" Cf4ff12'afx"C" Clubk: J f Q L:L,, Cafnlna Beta 1 a Honor Roll 1 K X Q 3, ' V , KL Cro Kel qi. XQFE,xxiX?C1A. drew I fsyice' L Y A9 Asda? Akcgm QJWN 1 gvwid' o -9 HSM" sew u 'S . Cgijsv- X 3, , 2 , 2 . Mio ss C Zag 4. 3, 4. , 3,' Tra or Footb Olllltry 3 311 3, 4. Ck all , 4' 2,' , Gon- Rirlzard Lloyd Leitch 'Lee-cl7bug" Honor Cfqfffralx Honor R0ll I, 2,' Moor Football 2,' Moor Track 1,' Debate I. svnxieiiu K " 2- ac' wb -n C L X wawloxce Cato nlific 'e Sci John Robert Leslie 'Zes" 4 'fy lI'0IJ0f' Cfqfflrafx H017 A Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 1 l .-svoxf X' ae X10 . Ya 0' Yon 900 esegifxci' 'bla 1. Ol' 41 Mum Pvbgokam Lwvyfe "BAY gifxg f Xlmghts oi Gamma Ben X. XX 5, N, LLL' A. Scien Sdxence 5, N, 'L 5, A-, Homo: Yso kan '1.', Ommaxkcs , dmox YAocuixon 'Lg '5 Ag GXee ., View 'L Q. , 1e,cba 'd Cf J ebagilkq! ohh M X , 'C Byahon xg Q an X , M. X Q' 5 cut. IO 2 ' 3 HO not go- :qui 3,' l.e1l3n2', y El Se if f1,OrJl,nl 5,1011 1' E OC U . non El 3 Ocutilos, on 'Ha .M Xzukg, Band 'Lg Su Sedxos Ewcuixon , Ckxb 5, A. Donakk Mbna wwf? H 2 7 O00 Scientifwfkxonos Kok X, 1, '53 bhkoor Yooxbm 1. 2. 5 H , S Joseph L'f 'i 'V of Ha GI' Q' '-il ..+k 'V I It 'za eg I o o.o.. offnf- Zh fa "af , , 4. fha as On' 404 CN .. X 'fjf lb' jufe an 01. ,' Cgjx Babb N . 3,fIElZ1k,Z, gf, 21e,,,f.1,s1f,,f?1,,z,' Patrick Snves tlccfmn A Y ' CUUEIODQH 3, El, Olflyts uwmpefn GU gufimfirdlka Cer Honov Ciassicalfvbnoc QQ. V J gn gs gr 44,- v-om,1,M- . fy 'fag 5, 3" X x CIGUEI U6 R . 0"-:ld 4. C' f E t K tg-flkqf Ugene , ' 'ac r Sh X-, " A1 f .V ..K, .. - f If 1 I t ,- W Baqdalj Sqlubnllele Yfxcbad Lee McLaughYm j VE , m'k A'm':. . .-' 1, 610,13 51, 'Wlkctof' 5 . H I 3 5213.3 Classical f Xinkghxs oi K ..-L f K , 4- Ur Leash 5, A-, "G" cm, A-, o . Oass Oixcer X, 'Lg Honor A AY .V ffj-X 1, 5, A-, Eoomxx 1, A bm Ag Mme: . , wsebaxx ' 'x - 5 f ..'. Q, N 55.5, ,- - Q P . , W Earp 3,. gy au! Tfacjgiqfx Mel 2 Cl e ,P . . ass O ean . u life, 3 Y-ok X, 5, Ag Baskex Yoo!baXX Y, Mkooc Y, Mknox Baskexbm X, 2, .. .. My I Q kv if has 5 Yr 5 5 if 1 Will 1 new iam Henry Meygg dn u Gem-fr4!xCIass Oliver 2, - ' Gonzagan 3, 4. ,jr Arthur Henry Mhdrup 'lglllll yfIElIllffXHfJQfJf R011 3 Mlllflf Football 2, 3. ' f rrrll 4 3 5. Z jolm Carroll O'Rourlre ,V V 3 ,ml- l"k 1 'll0l7I111,V" ' ff .V Horror Cf4ffI2'4jXKHIghlS I , of Science 3, 4,' Honor Roll I "" , I,- 2, 3, 4,' Debate 3, 4,' 'K A .A Glee Club 2. fi Slurley Lavon Naslz 4 ' :" .5 Cefzefrzfx "G" Club 4,' K '.:,, ,,X,. 5 "" Insprratirmal Award 4, Stu- afar Body OfEcc-r 4,' roof- it :'r 1 ball 4, Traclc 3, 4,' Mlhflf X ' Football I, 2, 3, Alllwl' Track 1, 2,' C166 Club 3. Walter Bruce Nggczluce., Cf'1P'4fXM1hr1r Baseball , 2, 3,' Mlhrar Basketball 2, 3,' 5 Itlhwr Trad: 3. . 5 2 f A . ,.,- R, Peter joseph O'Hara 3 V 'Pe If V"' Cfczfflrrzf X r . Leash tc"' Km' hts of 3, 4,' Knrgits of Sucnce 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4,' Dramatrcs 3, 4,' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. . jolzlz Alex Muzatko lymfzllen .'.,c J Geyer-vi a 3 AGU!-iel Westbury Nestor Cfqnrzrqlx Traclr 4. Ante., 1 N: X W 4 Q N .2 if 1 V Samuel james Parrott ' .Kama A . .frzkvzlzfr X Klllgllfs of Science 3, 45 Honor Roll 3: Lu1Qg1an 1. I H . . I Donald Albert Peters ' Cfqnrflralx 'G Club 3, 4. f J e t George Joseph Peterson ..Gej.. Cjdfflkdl x Knights of a Leash 4g "G" Club 4,' Class Oflicer 1, 35 Honor Roll 2, Ly 3, 4,' Football 3,' Basketball 4,' Mfnor Football I, 2,' Paul Flat-Wag Pugsley A K Mnor Baseball I, 25 Minor 'Pug' I Basketball 1, Q 3, Ce11efafxClass Oflicer Ig - V , , ,g Band 1, 2, 3, 4. B 1 ff f John Wiliam R.-.de,,,ac1,,,, 'Banfo Eyes" 1707107 Cfaffzkqlx Honor oll 1, 2. 01' 00" Qld R-lftis G' eye:-41 Rag john Emmett Hly 'jaclrn C7 ff lf I Knlg Leasl1q4? 16? Km' lv s Club g ts of Suenc Honor Roll 2, 3 4 4,' Baseball M , gFootball, A 4g Tra :nur F B C 2, 3 ' ootball aseball 35 Minor I, 3. P atriclr Edward Redmond .yy Cfqffziafx ' I. Ire " Minor B In y asc-ba ll . .af A 'AY , s, . Xmmm , wil? lnsvo aulcll Y-ob "Dulce lglus Charles Y Classicalflln nos Y-oll l, Yoox- Y-:lcllel ' 'Yslclf ' Honor ol Sclence A', Ylo 'L Yooxball A3 Nllnos 'oall lg Nlsnoc Baseball l, kno: 'lsscli lg Dsanlaiscs scswenbeq, "slap ' Gary Wlllsanl A Clas s i calfCsoss Counuq Donald Kohn Honof Classicalfllnlglus X Aww ' -., - oi Sclence 5, Ag lflonos Y-oll X , A 2, 5, Ag lsev-vlsson ls. lfllgls F Dansel Lyle Salokar "DMV Lew mm' who X' is Classical f SL Eclvlascl s A Sernlnang, liensnose, Wash. K-l l , X s, 7.. Mark Oennxs Ysotchiord 'Ysoxclf' Q' Classical f"G" Club A-, ' Class Oklsces 7., 5, Ag lflono S Ysoll Ag Yoosball 5, Ag Xvllnos Yoosball l, 'L', Goll A. Frank WJ allace Y-otlscocln , 'Ysoclif' Classical f linsglnxs ol Leasls 5, Ag "G" Club Ag Class Offices 2, 5, Ag Ylonos Ysoll l, 7.-, Sxuclens Boclsg 095- A ces 2, A-, Yootbsll Ag Nllnos Foosball l, '2.', 'Yennss l, 'Lg Debsse l, 'Lg Gon-Logan 7., 53 Dsasnancs Ag lunsos lilocu- Qhn lg Senlos Elocuison A', A A 4, Mann Elocuxlon 7.. 5. s 1 71144, ...- 'Q 'sf . llay Donald Schuster uc ' C "sm sms' Classical f linlglsxs ol 22 A' Sclence 5, Ag lflonos lkoll X 2, 43 Dsasnaiscs 5, A-, Glee Club 1, 5, A. Paul Ecvln Sf-hroclec . "Nlug,seq" Honor Classicalfllnsglwts ol Sclence 5, A', Class Oils ces by Ylonos Roll X, 1, 5, A- 'Yennls Ag Gonmgan 5, A-, lan 5, Ag Dsosuatlcs 5, lub A. lsulg Ag Press C X 2 .af 1 .. X sg . -5, . .17 A Shah joe ' A. Xoseph Nlasdan "DKK-q General f "G" Chsh . Gamma Beta 2, 5, Fooshah A', Hauhne Yhgh, Nlonxana S' 1. Saunas Cannehs Sdwerino 'Semi' Classical f X5-nkghts oi Leash Aw, "G" Club 2, 5, 41 Oass Oihces 2', Yoosbah 5, A-, Tsacv. 2, 5, Ag tviknos h - m. 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BEST COMEDIAN .... jim Gowanlock . . . . .Pat Conlon . . . . .jim Upton . . . .Glen jutte . .Bob Graham Larry Sherman . . . .joe Zimmerman . .Bob Graham 1 ' . + ,K ,-I ., . , F, , H.. 7 ix . K . JOE COZZETTO presents Keith Kaonis the Loyalty Cup for Room 8's outstand- ing spirit during the first Quarter. JACK McKENNA happily ents cream pie during Frosh Night initiations, while Leash prexy, Rothrock, points out rr misbehaving Frosh. l THE G,H.S. BAND puts on a good display at the Spokane Memorial Stadium. -P Nl- 132+ 'nw wg r my A .. ' 'xxkfl-tfafzi , .. 3 z . ,Fu uit, 1, YS FK' k i.: fg,.e..iyN.i , 'fxf-J '24, Miki girls! '41 ' M-y . . 1, 1.-, rj A 'iiif A REV. FRANCIS DUFFY, S.J., retreat master, tells the students of the necessity of prayer. SCHUOL lLllFlE JIM I.AMANNA displays his 375 worth of good fortune won during the Curtis subscription drive. 1, sf , Qui M R . H A R R Y CROSBY dressed in the familiar Gon- zaga baseball uni- form. 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Lf f X 237 Q f E, Z gf A 1 - - ,- Fim Row: Mike Meagher, Mike Steben, jerry Schoenberg, Herb McDonald, james Mertens, Thomas Vaughn. Second Roux' Bob O'Brien, james Herlihy, Don Barker, john Olson, Norbert Baird, Bill McCormick, Dan Kolbet. Third Row: Phil Thompson, Herb Sauvageau, Bob Gariepy, Cy Rief, Frank Trunkey, Peter Pauly, Max Wiltzius, William McCarthy. Fouflb Row: Tom Scott, Larry Twohy, Angus Kennedy, jim Brodersen, Frank Gorman, Armand DeFelice, Don jans, james Flynn, Mike Casey. W ,sw ffm, 1 Y ,, 4 1, .. ,, , - - a . . J. ,.. ,ai M ,gi,a. ,V at -4-iwu-wr,a-war, wma. -, - ' ' - A ' A ' If-If ,rw . 1 ,ri f fi y- 3, , r ,, ,,,,,w,W.a..iWawawmam U Q, ,L ,,,w,W , .i L ,ii....,,r ,. ,. f 952 m,,,Wg, ,y t , .. , . . ,, ,,,,, 4, -MM. f A .ic i. gf,,e,,r.,f..: tAMa..fw,wmw ,, ,,, .,, ,,,,,,, ic, vaamsff panama, ., Gonzaga's "men of experience", the junior Class, maintained the high standard they set in their previous years. The "A" testimonials of Herlihy, McDonald, DeFelice and Brodersen are but one instance. The juniors sparked the varsity football team with DeFelice, Wiltzius, WorkcuH, Wayerski, Mahar, and Liptac. McDonald and DeFelice competed in Senior Elocution. Varsity basketball witnessed the efforts of Olson, Broder- sen, Gariepy and Mellick. Flynn and McDonald helped uphold Gonzaga's famed debate record. The Gonzagan received help from Pauly, Meagher, McDonald and Herlihy. Olson, Gariepy, Liptac and DeFelice played baseball for the "A" squad, while Pauly, McCormick, Mahar, Healy and Thompson sparked varsity track and Dube played leading golf. Casey and Stach lent their managing abilities to Gonzaga's athletic teams. DeFelice and Thompson participated in Sock and Buskin plays. The Luigian Ad Staff received valuable help from Mertens, Trunkey, and Meagher. As a final manifestation of true Gonzaga effort, Leitch, Volk, and Vedelago graduated from a difficult three year course. 1 lr L Fri!! Roux' Charles Lowery, Leo Wininger, Richard Young, Richard Lyonnais, james Crowley, Alvin Bauman, Mark Presnell, Greg Stach, Bernard Vlfhitney, john Mangan. Second Roux' Martin Scarpelli, john Hamlin, Curtis Schmitz, Richard Hacker, Michael Morrison, Frank Hoffman, Del Fletcher, john Godley, Ree Chimenti. Third Roux' Michael Dahy, Walt Henningsen, Don Anderson, Dick Wine- gard, Pat Doyle, Lee Elliott, Bob Bezold, Don Dube, Leo Chandler. Fourila Roux' Con Healy, john Waltcnn, Pat Byrne, jerry Mellick, Charles Clinton, Tom Ennis, Frayne McAfee, Clyde Harding, Robert Harder, james Costello. " "t" Fin! Raw: Robert Kees, Robert Clavel, Terry Kelly, Eugene Harsch, jerry Hartmann, Lee Kaley, Larry Monahan. Second' Roux' john Klepinger, Ben Zampetti, Mike McClarty, james Maher, Ber- nard Troyer, john Vecchio, Ben Visintainer, Fred Hepton. Third Roux' Richard Kjose, john Foss, Clair Mason, Tom jennings, Ron Waiyerski, Clarence Mason, jerry Sullivan, Otis Liptac. Fourib Roux' Kymph Workcuff, Pat jones, james Bolton, Dale Langlois, Thomas Driscoll, Dan McCanna, jerry Mahar, Gene Pupo. 31 The Sophomores provided additional stimulus to Gonzaga spirit by lending more than their share of talent to extra-curricular activities. In football, Bourbeau and Wier received "A" Squad letters while Nelson, Little, jones, Kaonis and Hill sparked the "B" Squad. The Sophomores showed their dramatic skill and enthusiasm with the winning Gonzaga Nite skit. The Luigian and Gonzagan staffs were aided by Mauk, Raney, Kaonis, Walterskirchen, McKenna, Durgan and Duggan. The second year men were represented in the Glee Club, Band and Science Club. "A" Squad basketball was bolstered by Seitz and Bourbeau. Walterskirchen, Brown, Auvil and O'Connor found spots on the "B" Squad. Kaonis, Brown, Glass, Von Holt and Yuse represented the Sophomores on the track squad. On the baseball diamond were jones, Bourbeau and Seitz, who turned in superb performances. Durgan starred in golf and Dunning dominated the tennis courts. The Sophomores exhibited their loyalty by topping the Curtis Drive, and by winning the Loyalty Cup. , 5 , ..,. . . . A W , 5 iw, p,,a?o,.a. ,..+-ap' ff W, f "S-Nfr,-isfvwxhwflzfeiatifwrs V Fin: Row: James Plastino, Fred Llewellyn, Ken Aid, Bill Auvil, Dave Druffel, Paul Berthiaume, Joe Gagliardi, Leelyn Renner. Serond Roux' Thomas Schenach, jack O'Leary, Garry Lazzaro, Gerald Mauk, William Glass, Bob Wiegand, Tom Roberts, Dick Duggan. Third Rauf: Dave Holland, Bob Turnley, Tom Gerard, james Vogel, James Yeon, Frank Greene, Pat Raney, Bob Bourbeau, Donald Schropp. Fourth Row: Tom Little, Jerry O'Connor, Brian Simonitch, jim Nelson, john Warner, Willard Williamson, jack McKenna, Robert LaCasse, Phil Pizelo. Fin! Rauf: joe Kees, Ray Garcea, Charles Pohlman, LeRoy Salokar, Dave Hood, Rod McLeod, Kermit Balch. Second Roux' jim Holmes, Pat Murray, john Andersch, Dick Herndon, Tom Stro- bridge, joe Falco, Bill Bartroff, Bob McDougall. Third Roux' Liirry Funk, Ronnie Groh, jim Pas- quale, Henri Geier, Dick Hagel, jay Cole, jerry Gamroth, john Murphy. Fourfb Roux' Dave Willis, Harry Culnane, Vail jenn Thurman, Paul Gentry, Larry Weir, jerry Donahue, Dick jones, joe Gale, john Haughy. .B Q l Ar Fin! Row: Fred Quarnstrom, joe Sicilia, Don Young, Tom Hynes, Dan Barrington, Tom Thompson Serozzd Roux' Bill joy, George Boyer, Ronnie Valorz, joe Weber, Russell Altvater, Arnold Whi stocken. Third Row: john Alverson, Ed Ives, Sonny Yuse, Harry Heclcet, Harry Watt, Lyle Feaster Fourth Roux' joe Kaley, Paul Deno, Ron Stanley, Mel Thornburg, Houston Chambers, Orman Fletcher Leo Chambers. Firfl Rauf: Don Brown, Ron Connerly, jack Grahm, David Morse, jim Brinkman, Frank Bouten, james Ringwood, Herman Feist, Bob Bauer. Sermia' Roux' jim Howlett, Bill Yuill, Dick Thomas, james Rice, james Spies, jim Noonan, Bob Weller, jack Hill, DeWayne Boyd. Third Roux' Karl Walterskirclien, Ron Young, Neil Von Holt, Dennis Robinson, Fred MeGarry, Al Patrick, james Wrwrkland, james Kraft, jim johnston, Paul Schultz. IIUIIVDG Row: Tom Morris, Charles Duffy, Boh Durgan, Larry Kenna, Tom Prestley, Kurt Schade, Ned johnston, LeRoy MacFarlancl, Herb Kunz, Gary Greif. Fin: Roux' john Stiles, Fred Andres, Dick Dunning, Gerald Wliite, Frank jacoy, Len Norberg, Stewart McNeilly, Lee Kolh. Serwzd Roux' Don Stevenson, George Zenner, Al Becker, Cal Smith, james Bittner, Skip Carbon, Lloyd Emter, George Blanc. Third Roux' Anton Berger, Terry Corri- gan, Michael Kane, Dick Redinger, Gene Fisher, Mithael Cunningham, Pete Gandini, james Kirkeby, Don Flood. Fourlb Roux' Paul Bauman, Keith Kaonis, Roger Roman, Howard Toly, john Holgren, Don Brame, jim Letourneau, john Trauha. Fin! Rauf: Henry DeI.aney, Frank Wood, Terry Cossette, Bob Helean, Bill Weller, Pat Carroll, Mike Murphy, Dave Wardian, John Leahy, Albert Osterkamp. Serond Row: Leo Gallagher, Wayne Clairmont, Ron Niebauer, jack Cocld, Delbert Hoover, Bill Lencer, Earl Forsman, Dan Powers, Jerry Davey. Third Row: Richard Caputo, Gary Bass, Bob Mauro, Pat Feeder, Greg Briggs, Clare Hicks, Charles Peterson, Roger Donais, Leo Reid, Mike Doyle. Fourth Row: Walt Lobdell, jim Bruya, Steve jerbic, john Lang, Pat Robinson, Bill Burns, Gordon Christie, Bill Shanks, Richard Cormier. 4 4 , V 5 - 1'jwff-gjiaaawavfssyaa-we r.rrv - 9 1. ,..i f- s-:sm was :-: we MsfsaAr'N?ffmf'11f"'-S 'fYs's"'U"ieRtM "'T E l i' in in . A Jw K 7' ' fpfc'f"":f.g,z . z ff ,.,. 4 ...e. ,Q ,i ,pt ,i 1I2.:,Q.,j. it .E g :Q . .. 1 5, 1 M-,awwew-wwwefwfw-Se-gf1f:e'f:-,-35:5 V. plfgifgfxf, LrA,,MM,,,mwm,W WW,WwM,,a,,.sei i a..4a.i,,sa.a.1,.t.s t i,,. 4 til M .. ..k. i . , LM 0 M WNW Quickly acclimating themselves to the atmosphere charged with Gonzaga spirit, the yearlings reacted with scholarly extracurricular and athletic enthusiasm. The brain trust of Myers, Meighan, Powers, Peterson, Frazier and Osterkamp garnered perfect scholastic records. Kimbrough, Myers, Riley, Quinn, Bruya, and Gibson sparked a freshmen foot- ball squad to a tie for the city crown. Foley, Bruya, Myers, Zeller and Dhainens led the green basketballers to a successful season. The school publications felt the infant touch with the help of Feeder, Robinson, Murphy and Riggins. A fine Gonzaga spirit will be a prouder spirit-thanks to the class of '54. Fifrt Row: Robert Carbon, Charles Crowley, jim Berry, john Strobridge, Arch McGregor, Clyde Stanek, Dean Leuck, Dave Dreis, Mike Stegeman. Second Row: Dave Thompson, john Cain, Bill Fleck, Dick Bowmer, Frank Vargas, Bob Anselmo, Bob Asterino, Carl Speltz, Dave Heffernan, Dave Johnston. Third Row? Kevin Healy, Edward Gaffney, Paul jaremko, Mike McNulty, Al Rouleau, Bill Vandouris, jack McKinley, Angelo Pizelo, John Dhainens. Fourth Roufi Dan Sims, blames Dinnen, Milt Langlois, Gene Yarnell. lim Etter, Ioe Asterino, lim Hanlev, Dave Sweet. Ron Mindrup, Francis Ammann. il - L l Firrl'R0u': john Bradbury, john Hoffman, Bob Payton, Jerry jones, john Krall, Basil Badley, Dan Connolly. Second Rouu' Creed Morgan, George Sheffield, Donald Dean, Lorenzo Montoya, Bill Frazier, Bob Auvil, Maurice Oaksmith, Paul McNabb. Third Row: jim McGreevy, john Hauer, Ron Myers, Dave Wilscmn, George O'Dore, jim Schweikert, Ronald Moss, Jean Des jarlais, Don garfnon. Fourth Row: Harry Quinn, john Suden, Larry Shephard, jake Meighan, Warren Downey, a e Heller. . - Q. Fin! Roux' Pat Naish, jerry Twohy, Pete Michelson, Duane Carpenter, Pat Tracy, Conrad Schlosser. Second Row: Ray Brown, Francis Perry, Maurice Stach, Myron Harbaugh, Dick Duffy, Pat McGurk, jackson Riggins. Third Raw: Bernard Zeller, Jim Mazza, Garry Blank, jim Peterson, Greg Smith, Dick Gwinn. Fourth Row: jim Acton, Al Gas- perino, john Potts, Marty Manning, Mike Donahoe, Mark Jaffray. -MW Fin! Row: Everett Tipton, Gary Hottell, Don Shirley, jerry Terhaar, jimntie Lamanna. Second Row: joe Boldt, Jerry Crowe, joe Krofchek, Don Wilson, Bill Gibson, Marty Klasen. Third Roux' Nick Donato, Larry Beeman, Doug Foley, Tom Riley, X E R B MCDON- .D receives the mtstanding Deba- Trophy from U. President, :her Corkery, SJ. 5, THE MID-YEAR Student body elec- tions were spirited and colorful. G.H.S. was awarded this plaque by the Curtis Cir- culation Company for ex- ceeding the 810,000 mag- azine subscription mark. THE SMOKERS held oc- casionally during the year are enjoyed by the whole student body. ......,-f' AT THE CATHOLIC 0 'Q Northwest Press Conference sponsored by Gonzaga University 38 G.H.S. was well represented by members of the Gonzagan and Luigian Staffs. .- -J ' 4 .-X ts-six-i cgi 1 pg A X ' N SCHOO lLlllFlE ' Will? l s 'il BENEDICTION follows a short ser- mon in the chapel each First Friday. Q. ,l, ,I iii FRY AND TOLY focus close- , A REFUGE for study, a locale for ly in the new darkroom. . . . learning isfthe school llbrary. CHESS CLUBBERS ponder a tough play while Mr. Fredric Schlatter, SJ., gives some hints. f 1 ACTIVITIES COMPARING their efforts to an previous LUIGIAN the staff finds many helpful hints. staff: Paul Schroeder, Pt1tCon- lon, Paul McNabb, Keith Kaonis, Mike Meagher, and jim Upton. 'fi wg. 2 1 i.W,4s,x,x::-w'fsS94 U , QQEJQWSQ if if, gA1oQ5,s4 firiNQ ,bits ,L V I. sw, ts 4g,Z3.t,,.FTsk,,,g.i,x ,, in A f . vwwsmw,-YwwJw -.w i ,E -. . .LW-wavwwwf if X. -swwwuf - . ,WW,.,,.-...,,i.w, 'rlh , ,f.ee N ,.i, s t . .stun A-w3y1k4Wi8lilF'939i?23XvSgSim2!?2IEsiA'Sj4J S'i.w,Ew:1frxviwlwx as, LARRY SHERMAN, Editor-in-Chief, finds a moment for the camera while he prepares the 1951 LUIGIAN. Q f 'an 4:5 9 E MIKE MEAGHER, f junior Editor A A' V -ll Mlm etll e , rtii s .W KEITH KAoN1s, E Arr Editor 0 JIM UPTON, Associate Editor PAT CARROLL, Sports Editor JIM MERTENS, Business Manager I r I. ,g 7 ,ty J, f XNW, ,I W- ., saws .Z L - -, ' CORD Ufgun Advisor ON S.j,, "F I2 ,ty N , RON FRY Pliotograpliy 43 --sq- SNSSNSN N WINDOW is busy as THE LUIGIA , . Bill Fleck, Mike Murpliy, Rusty Carbon, . I k k Trunkcy jim Martens and j.1c Fran , Riggins discuss the sales drive. .1 'Qin 35- MIKE MURPHY, Patrons IM my FRANK TRUNKEY, Advertising JACK RIGGINS, Advertising BILL VOLPENTEST and Don Barker plan pictures and layout for the Luigian. Pr STUDENT COUNCIL CLASS PRESIDENTS, Leo Wininger and Pete Mickelson, discuss the Loyalty Cup stand- ing of their classes. Seated: Dan McCanna, Jim Gowanlock, joe Cozzetto, Dan Barring ton. Standing, Fin! Row: Don Curran, Leo Wininger, joe Weber, jerry Jones, Phil Thompson, Shirley Nash, Keith Kaonis, Pete Mickel son, Bob Pederson, Herb McDonald, Francis Ammann. Slnnding. Ser and Row: Bob Helbling, Skip Hunting, Tom Riley, joe Asterino Pat Feeder, Gary Grief, Bob Bourbeau, Larry Weir. N ETTERMEN RX Kneeling, Firrt Row: Joe Cozzetto, Larry Weir, Leo Wininger, jack Reilly, Bob Helbling, Max Wiltzius, Don Curran, Don Peters, Mike Doheny, Dick Dunning. Kneeling, Second Row: Armand De Felice, Phil Thompson, Chuck Beckel, jim Severino, Bill Kerley, jerry Sullivan, joe Shell, Denny Rotchford. Standing: Pete Curran, Ken LaCasse, Bill Via, Paul Pugsley, Kemp Workcuff, Greg Stach, jim Gowanlock. Standing on Stepr: Pat Flanigan, Dick Bruya, Skip Hunting, jerry Mahar, john Olson. Standing, Bark Roux' Dan Harkins, jerry Garcea, Spike Nash, Pat Conlon, Mike Mc- Laughlin, George Peterson, jim Brodersen, Bob Shirley. fl s KNIGHTS OF 'll' E UEASH LEASH OFFICERS: jim Severino, jim Upton, Pat Carroll. Don Curran, President, and Bob Helhling. ,nn Fin! Roux' Jim Herlihy, Bill Via, Greg Stach, Don Barker, Herb Mc- Donald, joe Cozzetto, Max Wiltzius, john Cafaro, Pete Curran. Sefond Roux' john Olson, jack Reilly, George Peterson, jim Upton, Bill Kerley, Mike Casey, joe McNabb, Don Curran. Third Row: Chuck Beckel, Ken LaCasse, Denny Rotchford, Carol Kertson, Don Peters, Phil Thompson, jim Gowanlock. Fourth Roux' Frank Veclelago, Mike McLaughlin, jack Croteau, john O'Rourke, John Leslie, joe Shell, Leo Elbert, Pat Carroll. Fiflb Row: Pete O'Hara, Bob Helbling, Ar- mand DeFelice, jim Severino, Dan I-larkins, Skip Hunting, jim Broder- sen, Pete Pauly. JOE MCNABB and jim Upton discussing plans for the "Knight Flight" dance. DON PETERS and Carol Kertson during Leash initiation. C? f'NsE1 H ,ig N k.J"'!.gj" A A S! il We 1- V ti 553' , :QQ 'mf Q , Q1 fill iii -- EDITOR JOE MCNABB jots down some notes on issue num- ber six. An All-American rating encouraged the paper staff as they worked long hours beating the monthly deadline. JIM UPTON, Associate Edt tor, grins over some copy. Francis . Greene, S. ., Advisor THE AD STAFF gloat over the All-American cer- tihcate. AS DEADLINE NEARS, writers crowd the Gonza- gan ofhce. -,, sul. 6 M Pat Raney, Advertising Mg Paul Schroder, News Editor 46 'S I 5 L., lg il' , . "'9'i Larry Sherman, Feature Editor Q, r r sap Pat Conlon, Sports Editor PAT CARROLL, Circulation Manager, and his aides, from left to right, Tom Morris, Bud Mey- ers, Carroll, Mike Murphy, jim Plastino, and Ron Connerly pre- pare hundreds of Gonzagans for the U.S. mail. HERB MQDONALD, 'lunior Editor, and Mike Meagher, Asst Feature editor, End amusement in an error in the Gonzagan. ' so N QQ:- LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill McCar- thy, Paul lierthiaume, Pete Pauly, Boh Turnley, Ron Young, jim GONZAGA'S members in the Spokane junior Press Club include Larry Sherman, Paul Schroder, joe McNabb, President, jim Upton, Herlihy, and jim Rice watch the Gonzagans roll from the press. Vice Presidentg and Mike Meagher. Pat Conlon is absent from the picture. 3? S IENC CDU DEEPLY INTERESTED in scien- tific Study are: Cl0!'bll'f.Ft',' Bill Longpre, Bill Volpentest, Gene Tuma, Boh Harder, Paul Bau- mann, Sam Parrott. Cwzlwx Don jams, and Paul Wcziver. Seated: Bill Volpentest, Dan Kolbet, Sam Pur- rott, jim Upton, Don jans, Frank Bourheau, Paul Weaver. Slanding: jack Reilly, Tom Scott, Mike Steben, john O'Rourke, jim Herlihy, Don Adams, Mike Meagher, Duke Robinson, jerry Schoen- berg, Bob Harder, Fred McGarry, Paul Baumann, Gene Tuma, Kemp Workcuff. SCIENCE CLUB Officers of both Semesters were: Silling: jack Reilly, Mike Meagher, jerry Schoenberg, Kemp Xworkcuff. SIu11diz1g.' john O'Rourke and Jim Upton, Presidents. ONZAGA NIGH THF SOPHOMORE skit star- ring Larry We-ir, Ned john- ston and joe White won the cup this your for the hest pro- dumtion of the evening, THE AWARDING of the Football Letters is a traditional highlight of the Gonzaga Night program. LEFT: The Butler, Duke Robinson, drags the villain of the Senior skit, jim Up- ton, from the stage. Cenlerf Shirley Nash proudly displays the Gonzaga Blanket awarded to him as the most inspirational man on the football team. Rigbl: The junior Skit shows life in the classroom with teacher, Frank Trunkey, trying to get silence from students, Greg Stach, Fred I-lepton and Don Dube. Above: First Semester President Bob Helbling and second Semes- ter President Bob Harder discuss their past, present and future I., plans for the Boarrlers. Aww? 21"""6 Right, Fin! Row: Mark Presnell, Frank Wood, George Zenner, John Stiles, Creed Mor- gan, Maurice Oaksmith, Fred Llewellyn, Richard Bowmer, jim Brinkman, Albert Oster- kamp, jim McGreevy, Len Norberg. Second Row: Mr. LaRiviere, SJ., Prefectg Mike Stegeman, Bob Helbling, Bob Auvil, Don Stevenson, Clare Hicks, Ron Young, Dick Gwinn, George Sheflield, Basil Badley, Don Schropp, Pete Mickelson, Bob Weigand, Larry Monahan, jim Ringwood, john Bradbury, Bill Auvil, Charles Peterson, Maurice Stach, Walt Henningsen, Harry Watt. Third Roux' Gerald Crowe, jim Wilkins, Ken LaCasse, Pete Pauly, Greg Stach, jim Vogel, Don Brown, Bob LaCasse, Don jans, Dan Powers. Fourth Row: Karl Walterskirchen, Don Brame, Doug Foley, Bob Harder, Tom Driscoll, Bill McCormick, Bill Volpentest, Bob Bezold, Gene Tuma, jim Bolton, Myron Harbaugh. Not pictured: Dave Druffel, Bill Longpre. 50 GAMMA BETA Abnre, Lefl: john Bradbury, Don Schropp, Basil Badley, and George Shetfield watch Pete Mickelson, Al- bert Osterkamp, Myron Harbaugh and Frank Wlood at a card game. Creed Morgan sleeps unconcernedly. Below, Right: Gamma Beta officers Tom Driscoll, Greg Stach, Ken La- Casse and Gene Tuma. 9 ,ay and A .ff X i I5 4 JOE COZZETTO won First Flaw,- in thc Senior Flocution Contest. JUNIOR ELOCUTION Finalists were Above. ir1er'lir1g.' joe Gagliardi, Creed Morgan, Dan Connolly, Gerald Wliitc, Srimding: Bob L:1Casse, Dick Duggan, jack McKenna and Virgil Gamroth. N01 in the fvivflzru' Dan Barrington, Lefl: Finalists in the Latin Oratorical Contcst: Paul licrthiaumc, Tom Vaughn, jim Hcrlihy, Don Adams, Dick McMahon, -loc Zimmerman and Peter Pauly. tion with his debaters. JIM UPTON and john O'Rourke won top honors in the Seattle University Debate Tournament. HERB MCDONALD, john O'Rourke and jim Upton are the officers of this years Debate Club, "Collegium MR. ROBERT BRADLEY, SJ., talks over the ques- EBATE CLUB Gonzaga's Debate Squad ended one if its most active and successful seasons this year with more than a dozen trophies and awards tucked safely away in the high school's trophy case. At the Seattle tournament Upton and O'- Rourke placed first in debate and O'Rourke won the Impromptu cup. The Gonzaga Uni- versity tourney gave the team six more awards as McDonald was named the rourney's out- standing debater and placed first in Oratory. Cozzetto and McMahon won in the Dramatic Reading division and O'Rourke and Upton placed high in Impromptu and Extempore. Flynn, McDonald, Upton and O'Rourke, turn- ing in a last splurge of wins, were barely edged from the first place spot in the Eastern Washington Debate League in early February. Whitworth marked the Zags' second tourna- ment victory as McDonald and Flynn defeated Marycliff in an interesting finals debate. The Debaters also showed outstanding success in the N.I.C.E., and Pullman tourneys. Di5PUf1mdl-H THE SEVEN members of the Senior Debate Club are: Slmng Don Adams, jim Flynn, john O'Rourke, and jim Upton Standing: Herb McDonald, Dick McMahon and joe Cozzetto Abr11'e.' Don Adams shows his amusement at jim Flynn's "flashy" nccktic before the G.U. Tourney. Rigblx Paul Schultz listens to his colleague, joe Gagliardi, practice for the Wliit- worth Tourney. HE jUNlOR DEBATE group includes: Kzleelingr croy Mi1cF41rli1nd, Ned johnston. Slufzdizzgf Paul ihultz, Garry Grcif, Tom Morris, Anton Berger, urt Schzidc, and ,loc Gaglinrdi. i , l JOE COZZETTU and Dick ltfclvfalhon proudly ilisplaiy thc awards they won alt thc' Gonzaga University DL'l'7AIfL' Tourniimcnt. 'Q an-X HERBIE McDONAl.D cxhihits his prizes won at thc Gll. Tourmmcnt, BAND Lefl: Mr. Lee McNaught, director of the Gonzaga I-ligh School Band. R' h - ' Ig l. Glen Iutte,drum major of the G.H.S. Band. Fin! Row: Dale Langlois, Paul Pugsley, Cy Reif, Bernard Whitney, jim Letourneau, Frank Vedelago, Don jans, john Stiles, Bill Berger, Dan Kolbet, Dick Lewis, Garry Blank, Clyde Stanek, jack Murphy, Del Hoover, Archie McGregor, Lee Kolb. Serond Row: Steve jerbic, Fred Llewellyn, james Noonan, john Duggan, jim Herlihy, Bob Weller, Ron Valorz, Glen jutte, Bill Weller, jack O'Leary, Don Young, George Blanc, George Boyer, George Zenner, john Holgren, Brian Simonitch. 54 gg, KEYS O ,I , x . F ' 1, 293: f 'Z g F ' F j an , t Q john Warner, Piano john Talbott, 111 Tenor Lee Kaley, 2nd Tenor Al Becker, Baritone Mike Chasse, Ban .QE Mr. Henry Sijohn, Director I'ir,r1 Rouu' Ray Garcea, Frank Wizard, Pat Naish, Pat Flanignn, Dean Lueck, Gerald Wl1ite. Samoa' Roux' AI Becker, Morry Oaksmith, john Graham, Alan Giebel, jim Plastino. Third Roux' Paul McNabb, Pat Raney, jerry Mauk, jim- mie Lamanna, Rusty Carbon. Fourlb Roux' Kevin Healy, Pat Feeder, Lee Kaley, jerry McDougall. Fiffh Roux' Bob Bezold, Pat Robinson, Ed Burke, Pete O'Hara, Dick Wfinegard, Frank Am- mann, Sixlb Roux' Bill Fleck, joe Kaley, john Talbott, john Vecchio and john Wfarner, 55 FR. RICHARD BRADLEY, l BND Qavwl' Gtvwan nt. XC- , V Ae 500 . wt im est DC Ejlcliliwrd and lurian' Yi owl" K V Q00 C Piclwe' S.j., director of Dramatics, tells his actors how it's done. A man ,A XS O6xceC5,xg':' Dew' Bug' x WX wxock- N0 XX NX 1" Soc and Fifi! Row: jim Upton, joe Cozzetto, jim Gowanlock, Pat Carroll, Bill Via. Second Roux' Denny Rotchforcl, Don Curran, jim Severino, Pete Curran. Third Row: Bill Mc- Carthy, joe McNabb, Phil Thompson, Pat Conlon, john Duggan. Fourth Row: Pete O'Hara, jack Reilly, Armand DeFelice, Chuck Beckel, Skip Hunting, Larry Weir. W Left to Right: Ron Fry, Chuck Beckel, jim Severino, Don Curran and Skip Hunting are shown in il scene from the humorous play, "Wl1en Men Reduce." Buslkin EXCITED D "Ref r f"' Cffnn 1 L j' .U the falgc. b I ,Oily calls the F. "H 1. , Cxrrwimlo k Izq In ttf, Depiirl- PCIC C in l'CfgI' E' St . . ' A . ' I , tis' umm and D IRS the Joke, li AIA fin." el . , V to tllrc-, . ukc Rubin' l ut firemen lfmnq ,Sfjn - - lispc, ' '7 :it 57 Fen. ff BILL MCCARTHY, joe Cozzetto and Armand DeFelice hoard their plane on the fzxtail flight in "Sky Fodderf IN THE COMEDY "Dress Reversal" stage manager, Pete Pauly, attempts to revive Director Put Conlon, while Don Curran, jack Reilly, Denny Rotchford and Keith Kaonis begin to count ten over the unconscious Larry Weir. Phil Thompson holds up the arm of the winner, jim Severino. Cl-TOO LlllFlE lil! V lu JOE COZZETTO handles Silver Dollar Business. FRESHMEN Football players, co-champs, receive their award numerals. 5 AT A STUDENT CON, the Glee 61? FR. ,lAHN, SJ., congrutu lates LI'tDSS'L'1lUf'lll'y letter winner Duheny. Club warbles with Mr. Sijohn cli- recting the flow of melody. CURTIS DRIVE winners display their lout of radius,pens and pencils, and Oscars. 58 THE G O N Z A - GANS welcome the new hus for which they worked with real spirit, 2. waffle 'rt T.. S1 373 -'af 9+ i 'Ea l P ff..- ' pg, - '11"f',-zszcrqglfi--"g5.w ----Z: '3r3Q3,.,u v i' - .. 1 . r i' Y ' Q 1. 1 1 L K 79352 DURING the winter season the stadium is often the scene of snowball warfare. 59 of Gonzaga. l l H FATHER TONER, SJ., congratulates Second Semester prexy, jim Gowzm- lock, while Phil Thompson, Don Curran, Keith Kaonis and Spike Nash, the other newly elected ollicers, look on. THE annual Novena of Grace in honor of St. Francis Xavier is well attended by the students iw 1-pix -i.,..a.. M . WHEN th f ' e snow alls it must be shovelled from the walk. Here we see Dick Redin- get, Cal Smith d chosen trio. an Roger Roman as the 4 X Z WARS Y FOOTB LL JIM GOWANLOCK Captain Fin! Row: jerry Sullivan fMgr.j, jack Reilly, Larry Weir, Jerry Mahar, Shirley Nash, Chuck Beckel, Joe Cozzetto, Ron Wayerski, Skip Hunting. Second Raw: Mr. William Frazier QI-lead Coachj, Don Peters fMgr.j, Dick Wagner, Duke Robinson, Phil Thomp- son, Bill Kerley, Bob Helbling, joe Shell, Don Curran, Denny Rotchforcl, Ron Fry, jim Severino. Third Row: Mr. Don Miller fLine Coachj, Mike Casey fMgr.j, John Olson, Kemp Vforkcuff, Max Wiltzius, Pete Curran, Bill Via, Armand DeFelice, Mike Mc- Laughlin, Bob Bourbeau, Rocky Rothrock, Otie Liptac, Jerry Garcea. ,Ma Inman xi A R 5 I I .. so ,. a,,,io1lflirE-Aa wg. . 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I , by Aix,WW,x,,i,,m !,,,,,,.gwyf,,j,,5.,m,,.,,.a,,,,, lrWfi,U,.m,ma,agm,fga,wf:a..srmwM,fw:, 'Nl - f I. --ff- ,Z A V A . , I , -- K s+afQ,,.a-.W,,,,,,,,amwQeifpsu5wgnasmehsa 62 JOE COZZETTO Guard ACK SPIKE NASH J CWIZEELLY Bark Inspirational Award SKIP HUNTING All Czty All Stale Bark JERRY GARCEA cHUcK BECKEL All Cm' Bark All Stale Back Although in the first season of Spokane's new Memorial Stadium, Gonzaga failed to retain the football crown, final statistics revealed the Zag's passing and rushing attack to be the league's best. Likewise quarterback Skip Hunting was the league's high scorer, and jerry Garcea the leading ground gainer. Not only were these two chosen on the All City first team, but Garcea was elected Captain of the eleven. The All City second team included jim Gowanlock, Bob Helbling, Otis Liptac, Chuck Beckel, and Don Cur- ran, who was chosen honorary Captain of the second squad. In addition, Chuck Beckel and Hunting were chosen to play in the Tri-City vs. State tilt in August. Though the team was small, the spirit was great, and Gonzaga is proud of those 1950 "brawny bullpups": DON CURRAN OTIS LIPTAC BOB HELBLING Tafkfe Tackle End MAX WILTZIUS Guard DENNIS ROTCHFORD Tarkl e BOB BOURBEAU Bark JIM SEVERINO Bzlfk RON WAYERSKI Bafk 'P' KEMP WORKCUFF Tufkle BILL VIA End RON FRY Guard lin MIKE MCLAUGHLIN End ROCKY ROTHROCK JOE SHELL Guard Bark Y , '3iQ at PHIL THOMPSON End GONZAGA 32 L.C. 21 Beckel returns opening kick-off to' stan rout . . . End Kerley snags fumble an goes 50 yards for a second six . . . Garcea Hunting add tallies . . . Beckel gets an other . . . Don Curran watches seconl half from ambulance . . . Severino kick two conversions . . . Pups show need o defensive strength. GONZAGA 13 N.C. 2 Zags suffer first set-back . . . Behind 21-C the experienced ball handling of Seven ino, Beckel, Garcea, and Hunting pusl the ball across the Indian's goal twice . . The rugged blocking of Cozzetto, Gow anlock, and Helbling pave the way fo the belated attack. GONZAGA 7 ROGERS 12 Championship hopes drown in Stadium' mud, when fourth quarter Pirate scon breaks tie . . . Skip Hunting sneaks 1 yards around end for Zag tally . . . Oti Liptac and Joe Cozzetto keep flashy Pirat. backs down. GONZAGA 26 L.C. 12 Weak Tigers couldn't hold spirited Pup. . . . Fry, Thompson, Don Curran pusl line around . . . Hunting "bootlegs" foi two T. D.'s, and Garcea, Severino eacl add counters. I 5 . -i.:. .- W , 1' 7 V I fl Q LARRY WEIR I Tackle i-1s A fy Le ' I. Q Q Q s 1 K X JERRY MAHAR IONZAGA 6 N.C. 6 lthough outfought and outplayed, N. C. -aws tie in the annual ,Shrine tilt . . . arcea skirted left end for the six . '. . .ips threaten twice more, when a penalty :llifies Olson's score, and again with a -ive culminating on the N. C. ten . . . :verino and Kerley stalwarts on defense. ONZAGA 20 ROGERS 20 :ven points in the last quarter by an iderdog Zag team scuttles powerful rates . . . Don Curran and Max Wilt- .ls spark forward wall . . . The entire Jgers team fooled by Beckel's long punt- rmation runs . . . Hunting and Garcea ch get seven points. ONZAGA 25 MISSOULA 43 vartans outscore Pups with hard hitting am . . . Garcea scores early, then sulfers iury . . . Beckel then takes over, scores , points, retuming a kick-off 80 yards r one . . . A Bourbeau to Via pass good r six . . . Reilly is outstanding sub. ARMAND DeFELICE C enter Back JOHN OLSON Bark DICK WAGNER End W ,, f "W Y'-N W E PETE CURRAN Bark DUKE ROBINSON End BILL KERLEY End - 1 "wt wfuild ."" 6 'X' imc everyphlh -uwforlnsaver the U H . I 917. 3 ls ,U fo 56 A SQUAD BASKETBALL-Fmft Row. Mr. john Presley, Coachg john Olson, peffeq C 6 Bob Gariepy, jerry Seitz. Serond Rauf: jerry Garcea, jim Brodersen, Bob Helbling, On' Chuch Beckel. Third Row: Dan Harkins, Mike McLaughlin, Skip Hunting, George Peterson, Bob Bourbeau, jerry Mellick. i X 'fuller lgesgl ll!!! i!lli -Ill ,!:::! 3 S K Sic. in Q in i 4, Q P W2 6 if 'O 3 N ' 'Ji' 9383? V ,A :V 1 Q ,A f ij f 5 Q 43 V t ' Q, 2 Chuck Beckel Bob Helbling Skip Hunting George Peterson Gariepy John Olson Y . I 1 THE STARTING five keep IAN. 14,4 A ,-,..A 5 Jerry Mellick 1' , 1' -w Bob Bourbea I 1 MANAGERS ,Luk Reilly nm Nfikc C.1.4cy snapped whili signing in the P rupcrty Room up an old tradition in asking Gnd's heln before each game. wr' 7 A W' A Am... ,if mnasini UU, Bob Helbling 134, and jerry Seitz U32 in the midst of battle. THERE GOES the ball with Hunting and Bour- beau hot on its trail, while Helbling and Peterson m Brodersen jerry Garcea are ready to lend a hand as the ref steps in and Calls a jump. G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S. ........Oclessa ....WSC Frosh .......Pine City . . .Colville . . .Colville . . . . . . .Missoula . . . .Seattle Prep North Central Above, Circle: It's a battle to the finish, but it looks like i Beckel and Helbling are the victors, Abore, Righz: What's this? Beckel outjumps the big W.V. center, , Eicherman, while Gonzaga's Brodersen waits to snag the ball. Jerry Seitz W.V.'s WATSON attempts to check Helhling, GJ-1.5. G.H.S G.'4I.S. G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S G.H.S. 39 .... West Valley 28 38 .Lewis and Clark 45 59 ...... Pine City 36 41... 35... . . . . . .Rogers 46 North Central 51 42 .... West Valley 41 34 .Lewis and Clark 43 52... ......Rogers 39 THE TENSE MOMENT in but fails as Bob rings up two points. Also in the thick of the battle are Brodersen and Beckel. a close game is clear- ly shown at the bench in the faces of Garcea, Brodersen, Olson and Peterson. So fOr ME MEM an out BER uftowns of the t gthhe 63 '71 boafdlhg the bu Mr. John Presley, Coach Mike McLaughlin Dan Hark i IIS .fd ,ft F X 1 ...nil , 1 adn ia" ,Q "B" FOOTBALL-Fifi! Row: Cal Smith, Bill Hunton, jerry Seitz, Mike Glass, DeWayne Boyd, Jim Mertens, Dan Barring- ton. Second Roux' jim Workland, Pat Byrne, Keith Kaonis, jim Nelson, jack Hill, Leo Wininger, Frayne McAtee, Charles Duffy, Tom Little. Third Roux' Mr. john Presle C h' L y, oac , arry Kenna, Leo Chandler, Pat Jones, Bob Gariepy, john Gorman, Tom Ennis, jerry O'Connor, Con Healy, Phil McLeod, Mgr. f . X 5 ' vs' - 4 e ' ii vw U K . ,.. ' .,, K 1 ili B , ,,,, - 0 45 'f ' K . E" if t'tn2 K it it e ztl',' Z .. .. y xy., - wr -A LEO of yardage behind the deadly inter- ference of Mike Glass 1205 und Pat jones Q62 aS Con Heal f-18 - y Q and Chuck Duffy M51 come up to lend WININGER picks up a lot aid. "B" BASKETBALL - Kzzeelirlgi Bill William son, Tom Little, jerry O' Connor. Standing: Bill Auvil, Fred I-lepton, Karl Walterskirchen, Leo Chandler, Don Brown, Dick Lyonnais. CGACH PAT SXYXEENY gives advice to the B sqlmd FROSH "CHAMPS" Fint Roux' j. jones, Mgr., B. Zeller, j. Dha- inens, C. Speltz, B. Fra- zier, G. Briggs, K. Kimbrough. S c' 4' 0 nd Roux' B. Shanks, E. Gaffney, B. VanDou,ris, J. Codd, A. Rouleau, M. McNulty, Rev. R. Rebhahn, SJ., Coach, Third Row: R. Meyers, J. Potts, J. Bruya, D. Foley, J. Etter, W. Lobdell. goo POLE E it Carroll and .llm Berry' 1 over diminutive Y and Jim Bruya CHP DOUG FOLEY sinks two against Central Valley Meyers 1111 and Bruya UD await possihlc rebound. FROSH FOOTBALL-Fin! Ram' Paul McNabb, jerry jones, Mgrsg ,Ioe Krofchek, Pat Carroll, Curl Speltz, -lim Berry, Duc Wilson, Bill Frazier. Sarwzd Raw: jake Meighun, john Dhuinens, -lim Etter, .lack Codd, Kenny Kimhrougli, Tom Riley, Ron Meyers, Mike McNulty, Bill Shanks, jerry Crowe, Greg Briggs, Al Rouleau. Third Roux' Fr. Rohert Rchlmlin, SBI., ,lou Raymond Coaches, jerry Davey, john Potts, Harry Quinn, jim Bruya, Doug Foley, Bill Gibson, john Suden. Wiilt Lohdell, Bill VunDouris Mr. Francis Conklin, SJ., Couch. INTRAMURAIL SPORTS of 2 BILL VIA fback to cameraj sinks the E i Tl-IERE'S action aplenty in the stadium as room 20 battles it out with room 51. winning basket which clinches the championship for room 30. THERE'S lots of fun in this intramural game between room 27 and room 2. JIM SEVERINO jumps for the rebound in a close intramural battle. lBOAlRDlER'S SP RTS THE GYM resound as the Boarders' Basketball squad jumps and dashes its way to another victory. s to the shouts of the fans FRESHMEN BOARDERS-Firft Row' John B d . ra - bury, Morry Stach, Bob Auvil, Al Osterkamp, SFf0lld Row: Mr. LaRiviere, SJ., QCoachJ, Morry Oaksmith, Basil Badley, Pete Mickelson, Mike Stegeman, Creed Morgan. Third Row: George Shetlield, Dick Bowmer, D , an Powers, Charles Peterson, Myron Harbaugh, jim McGreevy. .R l L21- '- R 112' Mr: .-A" SQUAD BOf?u?DSclir?gtgehlsontT John Eulegagillfl A ' . . lcoac ' ' Rlngwoo l A a Dm 2522. '65 Bill MfC0fm'Ck' me Greg Sef'1'T'li?C.t La- ?ggA AnglegschS13D0Setl3riJauiy, jim Bolton, con, B0 ez Y Casse. FRE OQIQSHMAN 11111 'WI J 1,BOARDE B0WmMCG'fs8 .H BfHdbuRS BASE M 65 Ch y 31 .fY, p BALL -Morgan D 'rifles Plwdfff eff MR. LaRIVIERE, SJ., looks worried as the scorekeep- er tells him the score during a time-out in a tense game. Bill Auvil and johnny Stiles seem to know wh' l " " ' at tie score will be at the end of the game, how- ever. , Ct 3: All Mic-k lfkfzgefk I orry Srachiifl Powerserson, Claiie Stegeilson, Bagf' Ilfotry l Geofgf Slyglgiks, lil? Ulfgr j Bagley eld Us' F ' 1 if y , Mjiro 0155, C ck U Halzba reed ugh, XV FRANK GREENE, Ken La- Casse and Neil Von Holt round the last turn in the 880 race. TRACK -i 'L- COACH DON MILLER looks over his promising track team. JIM SEVERINO, three year Track let- terman, clears 11 feet with ease. Fir!! Row: T. Jennings, J. Reilly, B. Kerley, K. LaCasse B. LaCasse, D. Boyd, J. Nelson, L. Weir, J. McKenna F. McAtee, L. Wininger, K. Kaonis, D. Kjose, J. Severino N. Von Holt. Semnd Roux' K. Wcmrkcuff, F. Trunkey, D Stevenson S. Nash S McNeilly M Gla P , , . , . ss, .Pauly, Ji Johnston, C. Duffy P Thorn son T. P , . p , restley, V. Thurmon, J. Sullivan, F. Greene, T. Little, Mr. D. Miller QCoachj. Third Row: C. Klepinger, M. Doheny, H. Feist, J. Mac- Dougall, T. Strobridge, P. Tagariello, R. Roman, L. Kenna, A. DeFelice, M. Nestor, R. Garcea, T. Vaughn, D. Kenna, D. Barrington. SOPHOMORE Larry Weir puts the shot for scoring dis- tance. L SPRINTERS MQM.ll1LlD and Kaonis tensely await the signal from the start er's gun. Above eff: Pete Pauly skims over the high hurdles' Abozfe igbt: Leo Wininger takes the low hurdles in an easy stride. Above Left: Phil Thompson clears the har on the high-jump. Aboze Rigbf: Jack Mc- Kenna hands off the baton to jack Reilly on the last leg of the relay. Belou' Left: Bob LaCasse warms up before a tough sprint. Below Rigblr Frank Trunkey rack- ing up points in the broad-jump. spd:-iff' center-Held wall THE DUST RISES high as Bob Gariepy tries a practice slide at home plate. Waiting with ball in hand falmostj is catcher Otie Liptac. la M i a .gl-' f 'Swv' ly ,f 4'-- .. .. 1 , --i,- jf-I ,T .fl M Ei- ' -1' t . john Olson starts his One-two 'i'l. Q pitch for the strike-out. .-t, it L .A 'S P1 It if aa 1 I awaits a hard hit ball. Veteran Dan Harkins bends low for a catch at hrst. Outfielder George Peterson BASEB U. SLUGGER CARROLL lets fly on Ia ball destined for the Up-and-coming Jerry Seitz chases a long Hy. The "guiding light" of Zag baseball, Head Coach Bill Frazier. .M A Kneeling: Max Wiltzius, Frank Bouten, Mike Steben, jerry Seitz, jerry Garcea, Otie Liptac, Dick jones, Cal Smith, jim Mertens. Standing: Pat jones, Frank Hoff- man fmgrj, Dick Lewis, Bob Gariepy, Mike Glass, Chuck Beckel, Bob Bourbeau, Dan Har- kins, George Peterson, Pat Car- roll, Phil Thompson, jerry O'- Connor, john Olson, Tom Little, Fred Hepton, Frank Gorman Q, , imgr-L xk , 'ffiicicg , ,M Q 5 . is at , .Q V 4. zil K 'F 5 F A i 5 I l s .fb ii i ii Hurler Jerry O'Connor stretches for the pitch. Bob Bourbeau shows a prom- ising future for the bullpups. Pat Carroll shuns a hot one. 79 af' W ,M nf' if Wh- I ' at me l Phil Thompson puts quick end to a troublesome fly ball. JERRY GARCEA leaps high in the air after a toss from Bob Gariepy to complete the double play. George Peterson races in from the outfield. 0 f Pb I 4 Bucky Bouten tosses the ball from his inhelcl position. .kv. Vkk.A,r gi! :V .fn-sf' V -iii 0 Max Wiltzius runs for Hrst on a Texas leaguer. 80 44' Bob Gariepy is red hot on a play to Hrst base. Frank Gorman and Frank Hoffman pose as the Varsity's loyal and hard working property managers. 4 Third-year letterman Chuck Beckel displays a strong and reliable right arm. FRESHMAN BASEBALL TENNIS TEAM - Krzeelirzgi Gary Lazzaro, Pat Flanigan, Herb McDonald, Dick Dunning, Alan Giebel, Dick Duggan. Serond Roux' Tom Scott, Larry Twohy, jim Herlihy, Jerry Mahar, Kevin Healy, Don Adams, Mr. Frederic Schlatter, SJ., fCoachJ. Fin! Roux' Pat Carroll, jim Mc Greevy, Bernard Zeller, Bill Frazier, jack Codcl, jerry jones fMgr.j. Semrzd Row: Ronald Moss, Bill Gibson, Mike Dima- liue, Bill Shanks, Myron Har- baugh, jerry Davey, Paul ML- Nabb. Tbifd Roux' Don Can- non, jim Bruya, john Potts, Gary Bass, Walt Lobdell. Bl pCl,tI"0l'lf5 jar Mr. Champagne Dr. and Mrs. 0tto Penna Capt. and Mrs. L. R. Lester Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Drs. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Dr. George M. Witter and Mrs. T. E. Lavin Frank R. Jurdy R. A. Lower and Mrs. Frank P. Weaver and Mrs. R. P. Esposito and Mrs. Edwin Gowanlock and Mrs. G. T. Wallace and Mrs. S. Pauly Joseph and Jerome Sweeny and Mrs. joseph G. McNabb and Mrs. Gilbert H. Miller and Mrs. Robert Dellwo and Mrs. R. Bailey R. Max Etter and Mrs. John Black Edward Crowley and Mrs. W. Cummings John Caruso and Mrs. H. D. Kernan J. E. McGovern and Mrs. Marc Anthony and Mrs. A. C. Uptagrafft and Mrs. Sayers Boyd and Mrs. George W. Young and Mrs. Hugh C. Keenan Frank M. Spinelli and Mrs. G. F. Baxter O... f 95 f Juigian Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Brodersen Mr. and Mrs. C. Fitterer Mrs. Carmel Carbon Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Zeyen Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Mann Mr. Thomas F . Lynch Dr. and Mrs. D. G. Corbett Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. C. Hathaway Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Baller Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Meagher Dr. and Mrs. D. G. Harvey Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Albi Mr. and Mrs. F. Wallace Rothrock Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Rhodehamel Mr. and Mrs. A. Masterson Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Sagerson Mr. and Mrs. John W. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. George Bracher Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sullivan Dr. and Mrs. David W. Gaiser Dr. Louis A. Parsell Dr. and Mrs. M. Lambert Dr. and Mrs. R. Kearns, Jr. Drs. Sprowl and Wilmes Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Olsen Mr. M. J. Luby Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Porter James E. Cunningham and Mrs. Franklin F. Trunkey Booked . . . for heavy dates in Campus Wear! Authentic UNIVERSITY FASHIONS Yours. . . at EMRY'S for University Men RIVERSIDE at STEVENS C om plimefzlr Uf HENRY GEORGE 86 SONS Engineers 86 Contractors Bert Wirber lo the Gradzzaler Compliment! of from FIALA SPORTING GOODS EX. EUGENE'S Fine Sporting Goods for Less We Trade N. 7 Wall MAin 1173 315-17 Main Ave. RI. 0505 Spokane, Washington Corzgralulaliom to lbe Clan of '51 A Bulova Watch for the ALL DRUG Graduate formerly from OWL DRUG CO. Post and Main MA. 5717 GALES JEWELERS 720 W. Riverside fUnder New Ownership, BEST OF WISHES TO THE GRADUATES FROM Gus J. Bouten Construction Co. General Contractors N. 627 NAPA KE. 9321 Spokane 15, Washington Best Wishes and Good Luck To the Class of '51 H. S. GIMBLE INSURANCE AGENCY A Dept. of Anchor Securities Company RAY GIMBLE, Manager "Your Security Our Policy" W. 730 SPRAGUE AVENUE MAin 4285 45 years an the Fifth Floor of the Peyton Building Beutelspacher Watch Repair Featuring Fine Watch Repairing TED GREEN, Mgr. 509 Peyton Bldg. Spokane, Wash. Phone MA. 6535 Best Wifbef to the Clan of '51 PARK ROAD I.G.A. Orchard Avenue WA. 4660 Lumber and Building Materials for Your HOME "One Piece or a Truck Load" E. C. OLSON LUMBER CO. GL. 1646 Charter Trips For Your Convenience Call GI. 1619 Okanogan Valley Bus Lines Congratulations To the Senior Class of Q, Q Compliments of The Original QUARTERBACK 19 5 1 CLUB of Spokane RIDPATH HOTEL Complimemf of Good Luck - Best Wishes to the Class JAMES SMYTH of ,51 PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. N. 216 Division O Camplimenzy of APPLEWAY MOTORS INC. SPOKANE SPOKANE CHEVROLET DEALER Dishman, Wash. WA. 1535 SURGICAL SUPPLY C-OOD LUCK AND GOD'S BLESSINC-S TO THE GRADUATINC- CLASS OF X51 FROM ROOM 25 - CLASS OF L53 OFFICERS: 2nd Semester: jim Nelson, Presidentg lack McKenna, Vice Prexyg Joe Gagliardi, Sgt. At Armsg Tom Schenach, Treas- urerg Frank Greene, Secretary. KCDHCth jghn O'LQk1fy .,.a u-I i William Avril Philip Pizelo Paul Berthiaume James plastino Robert Bourbeau PM Raney David Druffel Leelyn Renner Robert Duggan Thomas Roberts joe Gagliardi Thomas Schenach Thomas Girard Donald Schrop Frank Greene David Holland jerry Seitz Robert LHCMSC Brian Simonitch Gary Lazzaro Thomas Little Fred Llewellen Gerald Maul: john McKenna james Nelson jerry O'Connor Robert Turnley james Vogel Richard Wairiier Robert Wfeigand Vifillard Williainsoii james Yeon Michael Glass OFFICERS: lst Semester: Bob Bourbeau, Presidentg Tom Little, Secretaryg Mike Glass, Treasure:-3 Bill Auvil, Vice Prexvg Frank Greene, Sgt. At Arms. "Worthy of Your Tim!" "The Home of 9 S Quality Home Furnishings" A. C. UPTAGRAFFT Precise Prescription Service SYMMES FURNITURE Old National Bank Building 119 N Post RI 2275 Phone: MA. 2364 - Spokane 8, Wash. COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES T0 THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '51 FROM JOEY AUGUST'S TAVERNS "WHERE OLD FRIENDS MEET" N. 1226 Hamilton C om plimenlf Of N ORTHWESTERN TITLE INSURANCE CO. Spokane, Washington J. F. HUNT, President WA. 3381 E. 7103 Trent Ave. COHZIIITIIIEIZIJ' of JOE B. BIEfGLER'S Signal Service and Auto Repair Title Bldg. MAin 2106 GCDOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF X51 FRCM ROOM 8 FIRST SEMESTER Olllcers: Sitting: Keit s.P feilfleflfy and SECOND SEMESTER Others: Sitting: Lloyd Elmer, Secretary, Howard Toly, Vice President- Sffwdiv-sf lim Lew-lrr-eau. Sm- AK and John smiles, Sgr. At Arms. standing: Jojo white, T.-mufefg A111193 'Role' Roman. s9ff9l3l'Y9 Dvn Brimer SBI- Al Arms? and Keith Kaonis, President' Paul Baumann, Sgt. At Arms: and Skip Jojo White. Treasurer. Carbon. Vice prexy, Fred Andres Paul Bauman John Becker Anton Berger jim Bittner George Blanc Donald Brame Noel Campbell john Carbon Terry Corrigan Michael Cunningham Dick Dunning Bob Elliott Lloyd Emter Gene Fisher Don Flood Pete Gandini john Holgren i Frank .Iacoy i CLASS MEMBERS 4 Mr. Robert Bradley, class moderator Eric Johnston Michael Kane Keith Kaonis james Kirkeby Lee Kolb jim Letourneau Richard Lewis Stewart McNeilly Len Norberg Dick Redinger Roger Roman Cal Smith Don Stevenson john Stiles Howard Toly john Trauba Gerald White Gary Wyi'kol5f George Zenner C omplimenrf 01' WARREN, LITTLE 86 LUND Plumbing C? Heating W. 609 SECOND RIVERSIDE 7105 C om plimenff of ST ITZ GROCERY 103 E. MISSION Y. M. C. A. 100 Years Serving Youth Basketball - Boxing - Swimming Boys' Camping - Recreation Chas. Frazier, President L. B. Knisley, General Secretary THE VALLEY CLEANERS "A COMPLETE WARDROBE SERVICE" -K TELEPHONE WALNUT 4208 9410 EAST SPRAGUE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF X51 COMPLIMENTS of ROOM 20. CLASS of '52 Sitting: Frank Vedelago, Secretaryg Herb Mc- Donald, President. Standing: Phil Thompson, Sergeant-At-Armsg jim Brodersen, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Max Wiltzius, Vice-President. Norbert Baird jim Brodersen Don Barker Mike Casey john Cafaro Armand DeFelice jim Flynn Bob Gariepy john Gorman jim Herlihy Don jans Gus Kennedy Dan Kolbet Dick Leitch Mike Meagher William McCormick Bill McCarthy Rev. Michael Kunz, SJ., lass moderator. Herb McDonald C jim Mertens Bob O'Brien john Olson Pete Pauly Cy Reif Herb Sauvageau jerry Schoenberg Tom Scott Mike Steben Larry Twohy Frank Trunkey Phil Thompson Max Wiltziiis Tom Volk Frank Vedelago Tom Vaughn Sitting: Herb McDonald, Presidentg Jim Herlihy, Secre tary. Standing: John Olson, Sergeant-At-Armsg Jm Brodersen, Treasurerg Bob Gariepy, Vice-President. uk 'Ir COMPLIMENTS ' OF HEN N ESSEY FUNERAL HOME 'A' i' Greelingf BILL FRAZIER-HIGGINS from AGENCY The Washington Machinery All Types of Insurance 86 Supply Co. Empire State Buildin ' g W. 9 Cataldo Spokane, Washington , Com limenty Congmlulatzonf I P the Clan of '51 of me SPOKANE GAS 86 SPROUSE-REITZ CO. FUEL CO. Hamilton Near Mission N. 25 Monroe St. MA. 5251 CONGRATULATIONS Father Rebhahn, S.j. To The Class of '51 Moderator of Room 3. FROM ROOM 3 Francis Ammann joseph Asterino Robert Asterino Robert Anselmo james Berry Richard Bowmei' john Cain Robert CLIIADKJFI Ronald Deno john Dhainens james Dinnen David Dreis james litter Wfilliam Fleck Class of '54 Edward Gaffney Richard Gwinn Kevin Healey james Hanley David Heffernan james Hill Paul jaremko David johnston Ken Kimbrough Milton Langlois Dean Lueck Archie McGregor jack McKinley james McLaughlin Michael McNulty Ronald Mindrup Angelo Pizelo Peter Rogalski Al Rouleau Daniel Simms Carl Speltz Michael Stegemen john Strobridge Clyde Stanek David Sweet David Thompson Wfilliam Vandour Frank Vargas Gene Yarnell Charles Crowley FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS: Mike Mc- Nulty, Secretary-Treasurerg Pete Rogalski, Presidentg Ken Kimbrough, Sgt. At Arms. Frank Ammann, Vice Prexy, is absent from the picture. is SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS: Daw johnston, Vice Presidentg joe Asterino, Pres- identg Mike McNulty, Secretary-Treasurer. jim Berry, Sgt. At Arms, is absent from the picture. There Is Always A Better Show at the Evergreen Theatres FOX - STATE - ORPHEUM O GLOBAL TRAVEL SERVICE Bm ,Wm for Airline, Steamship, Railroad, and Hotel Reservations No Charge for Our Service JIM CORRIGAN, Mgr' N. 1218 Standard Davenport Hotel Lobby RI. 8011 Compliment! of IE Y MART THE VAR T FARMIN, RGTHROCK, at N. 1809 DIVISION PARROTT Spokane 13, lwashingtgn COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Wm- E- Rosholt, owner Paulsen Bldg. - Phone RI. 110i Spokane, Washington f 1' . C ff Q K 5 Hin L I Af F55 f f -'F' C21 1, - :q,.:r,,',T I-: s f XM! L we 4 -X .f f we -0 Pfffsflq f' , " " " - I ., W3 X A---f I 1 I 4 -Y? :M ZETON. fill? if, ..W4 wi :. ,, J . ,jg 4' R- L il! - "- is ",,,,,, wmv '- px + Ji., , ,- 3 I - N . fi. 5, P TRACEY Q HMQCXELSGN a mm-x,mume ' X "M Q "'3SEC. PRES. 4. TREAS. Jag -:f . Sig ,W I' ht-ind Sem. 2. In-2nd Sem, ,gr lr?-2-M1 Sim. f ',5Q'3:3g , . a ' VLJAFFRAY J. POTTS ' , ex K Qfff' - H, .17 xa PRes g5Q,,L1 .ser .f ARMS gif :gg S gf -422 A 2AS?E1.??' 'L "' '32 EZTLER N rv U z,,'v. Pass. 'ps Q. .. Ewa ARMSY. " i s -, ' , Q, 3 I4 12 gb M Sem.1-5 Q3 Emi Sem., Q ., M ,. ,, I 5 7 , ' 1 . Q ff ' L +! wmv 5 'G' .- ai , WRRY SYMB QJ4A.44'1 cuNeRA1WQ1A1ruNs 5 jg! ,X x' a , y 5 J - V-.4 i VA: nSGURK wig pqgggpq . f M I' ,, +0 .Hn 1 x, V fWUWM CLASS J YL, Q M A 9 1 j - , G t 'flfi ZS My 'Mme DONAHUE! Joan 'JoH NS0N M Q ' ' ' M FRANK warm 0144? 1 GRAN A if. qw 4 1 , . :l,, ' E 6 xx K gy N Q ' ,. '5 ., A f AQ N 0 Q5""'4" ' ' 4 . ., , - .. um, iv 7 ' M f 1 . Q ,Q,. X, Q4 l all -wffb f' L" . A QW ',,,, . ., k.,, K in ,MQ4 G ik: ,. ,M , Afcxcff-XR M , ,ff M , Q , 9' "W", 1f3E",5Mf'THw f mr.z:ven,s.J. D'C'4,D ' cnxrgqfw 'JERRYIVQ' 'Q MQUERATOR ' " 1 ' -i ' ' S fn, y , -CON SCHL055Eg , I Congratulations to the Class of 1951 YOUR CATHOLIC EDUCATION IS A PRICELESS HERITAGE Compliment! of KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Compliment: of M. M. JEWELERS "Famozu for Diamondr and Watcher Sinre 1907" Gifts for every occasion. 807 WEST RIVERSIDE AVE. MARUGG'S SAMUEL MARTIN, Ltd. English Topcoats Custom Tailored Suits South 7 Stevens There's Always A Better Show At - The ORPHEUM THEATER Senator james - "jimmy" - Keefe 3rd District The Father of the Annual Chronicle All-City Football Show. THE KAUFER CO. CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE N. 17 Monroe - Phone: MA. 4758 CCNC-RATULATICNS to Class of 1951 from JMU A RGOM 28 Mm rw QW W my 'MM m ' i W M fgpxfi ' 6 23552 503,372 ima w . , S ZLQQZ6 W iw , 5, Z, WJ c Q Q ZZ W 5 252 11133 M1697 Dr. Bert Whitford - Dr. D. C. Murphy Dr. R. A. Gray Manager Owner Hours 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. DR. D. C. MURPHY AND ASSOCIATES KLATT JEWELERS Fine fewelry - Watrb Repairs Optometrists P. B. KLATT Phone, MAin 3537 Licensed,by, Comer Sprague North 3 Wall Street MA. 2640 State Examination and Wall 36 Years in Spokane Spokane 8, Wash. Bert Wishes GRADUATES 'Ir LONG LAKE LUMBER CO. Lakeview 1561 ARTISTIC IRON WORKS ir 'Ir ir Light Structural Steel Fire Escapes and Stairs Ornamental Railings ir 'A' 'k Office and Factory E. 29 Montgomery Spokane 13, Washington Phone: GI. 4493 TUXEDOS Complete Outfit, including shirt, collar, ties, and studs. Single or double-breasted. CALL SIZES, 85.00 and 57.509 Costumes for School Plays, Masquerades, Rodeos, Etc., at low rentals. We ship Bus. Phone FA. 9798 514 N. Monroe Spokane Maytag Company Sales and MAYTAG Service Anywhere' Plumbing - Hardware 1017 6642 Ranges - Refrigerators - Freezers BCDARDERS CONCRATULATE ABOVE: Departing Gamma Beta Sen- iors pause on the stairway landing on their way to chapel. They are: Ken La- Casse, jim Wilkins, Bill Longpre, and Bob Helbling, Gene Tuma, Bill Vol- pentest. THE CLASS OF 1951 Gathered around Mr. LaRiviere, the Boarder Prefect, Jim Brinkman, Frank Wood, Fred Llewellyn, jim Vogel and Don Stevenson spend a long question and answer session. Frequent instigators of a Fourth Floor "Iam" Session are: George Sheffield, Bob Auvil, George Zenner, Don jans, Dave Druffel, Karl Walterslcirchen, John Stiles, john Bradbury, Myron Harbaugh, Dick Bowmex, Mike Stege- ABOVE, RIGHT: Fr. Harrington reprimands three ol the boys. ABOVE, LEFT: Frank Duggan, keeps order in the Boarders' Din- ing Room during the three most important events of the day- meals. man and Pete Mickelson. NEW AND LOVELY THINGS ARE ARRIVING DAILY Drop in Anytime You Are Most Welcome S i m PARRISH'S FLOWERS FINE FLOWERS Moderately Priced W. 826 Sprague Avenue N. ici yziixlj .STREET RI' 1475 'A' PRATT C E N T R A L FURNITURE CO. p R E , M I X N, 215 POST Concrete Ready to Pour "The Easiest Place in Guaranteed Quality N. 805 DIVISION Town to Buy Furniture" BR' 2155 'A' PETERS BROS. ComPlfme'1'f 76 of UNION STATION Sprague 86 Washington RI. 1016 Emergency AAA Service POLLY ANNA BAKERY Cakes and Pastries 1821 N. Division THE BEST CDF LUCK CLASS OF N51 THE CLASS OF X53 OFFICERS OF ROOM 27 include: jack Hill, Sgt. At Armsg Kurt Schade, Sec. 86 Vice Prexyg Herb Cunz, Presidentg Gary Grief, Vice Prexy and Presidentg Elmer Johnston, Treasurer. Absent from picture are jim Rice, Secretary, and Dave Morse, Sgt. At Arms. Robert Bauer Frank Bouten Dewayne Boyd jim Brinkman Donald Brown Ron Connerly Herbert Cunz Charles Duffy Bob Durgan Herman Feist john Graham Gary Greif jack Hill john Hill jim Howlett jim johnston Ned johnston james Kraft Larry Kenna CLASS MEMBERS Room + 596111 + G.H.S. Tom Morris David Morse jim Noonan Al Patrick Ron Payton john Prestley jimmy Rice jim RingwOOd Dennis Robinson Kurt Schade Paul Schultz james Spies Neil VonHolt Dick Thomas Carl Walterskirchen Robert Weller james Workland Donald Young William Yuill Leroy McFarland jerry Chertude Fred McGarry C on gmlzzlaliom To The I-I CLASS '5 of 1 FOUNTAIN LUNCH from 1212 N. Hamilton Great Western Fuel Co. E- 210 Boone BR- 2101 Featuring Student Meal Tickets E D ' S M A R K E T THE Red 86 White STORE . GROCERIES - MEATS - PRODUCE Phone: WA. 1493 Orchard Avenue Wh l l JACKLIN SEED COMPANY 0 em e Candy Tobacco Phone: Walnut 6241 fSpokanej Dishman, Washington All Sporty Event! Ticketf for Sale Seed's Our Game P' M' JACOY Quality Our Aim 402 W- Sprague CONGRATULATICDNS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF X51 ROCDM OFFICERS: First Semester: President: Pat Feeder V. President: Steve Jerbic Secretary: Pat Robinson Treasurer: Pat Flannigan Sgt. At Arms: John Leahy FROM FRESHMEN OFFICERS: Second Semester: President: Charles Peterson V. President: Dan Powers Secretary: Albert Osterkamp Treasurer: John Lang Sgt. At Arms: Bob Mauro Gary Bass Greg Briggs William Burns jim Bruya Richard Caputo Pat Carroll Gordon Christie Wayne Clairmont John Codd Richard Cormier Terry Cossette jerry Davey Henry Delaney Richard Donais Michael Doyle Pat Feeder Pat Flannigan Earl Forsman Leo Gallagher Robert Helean Clair Hicks Delbert Hoover Steve Jerbic john Lang john Leahy Walter Lobdell Robert Mauro Michael Murphy Ronnie Neibauer Albert Osterkamp Charles Peterson Danny Powers Leo Reid Pat Robinson William Shanks Dave Wardian William Weller Frank Wood For Quality Bef! Wiflaex of UNIVERSITY FOOD CENTER North 1217 Hamilton J E W E L R Y Fresh Meats, Vegetables G I F T S Your ooo Stop Food Shop At . . . Everyday Low Prices At I. G. A. M O D E S T P R I C E S B E N C O H N McGovern-Carroll Company JEWELERS COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 722 RIVERSIDE AVE. 624 Peyton Bldg. MA. 2334 Compliment! of Physicians 86 Surgeons Supply Co. 405 Riverside Avenue Complete STEEL Service Distributors Fabricators BARS - SHAPES - PLATES - SHEETS Manufacturers of Mining, Milling and Sawmill Machinery Transmission Equipment UNION IRON WORKS E. 217 Montgomery Ave. GI. 2711 Complimentf to the Clan of 1951 from Z E P I N N Iust a Good Place to Eat 4 4 E. 5207 Trent LA. 4153 4 4 4 DORIAN STUDIO 436 Peyton Building Main 6815 extends to the SENIOR CLASS all Good Wishes in the Future 1? 'D' BR. 0348 N. 1907 Washington Sales and Service On All Commercial Refrigeration and Air Conditioning ' COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION Compliment: of RUDY F. PAETAL WHOLESALE CANDY AND TOBACCO Bei! Wifbef POLLY ANNA BAKERY Sr. THE BLUE 1 The Fri HOT LUNCHES - CAI' We A pprecic Mr. SL Mrs. O. L. HUBBARD WHOLESALE ONLY 1 if Drugs i' Sundries if Stationery if School Supplies N 'ff Gloves i' Notions 'ff Electric Mdse. C on gratulationf from DAVIDSON'S BAKING COMPANY SUNBEAM CAKES BR. 5215 N. 1821 Division COMPLIMENT S OF A FRIEND WHITE INN Corner - SCHOOL SUPPLIES zr Patronage D. Hurley jACOBSEN'S BREAD ALWAYS FINE SINCE 1889 c0,,,p1mmf vf VERNS PIES FA. 5151 3318 N.W. Blvd. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND PEPSI COLA Hits the Spot if Tix' iff WESTERN BOTTLING CO Compliments and Best Wishes To The Graduating Class of '51 from SQUIRT N ESBITT COMPANY Bef! Wifbef to the Clan of '51 From WALL STREET MARKET Quality Meats L. W. Pilkey A. S. Brown JONES 86 MITCHELL CO. INSURANCE AND SURETY BONDS I-IUTTON BUILDING Spokane 8, Washington C OMPLIMEN TS OF BOYLE FUEL CO. -K N. 1014 DIVISION PHONE: BROADWAY 1121 "the freshest thing in town" super-enriched SILVER LOAF Congratulations to the Clan of '51 CARNATION CO. Fresh Milk and Ice Cream uvlu W. 411 Cataldo . , .ss A -v L0 - ,...,,: V - , 1 D Bef! Wifbef to the Gmduatef 1 ' of 1951 from SI E LOAF BURGAN6 I Balung Co WS' 'W' 'DE AVENUE' N. 1120 Division FA. 2561 SPOKANE1, WASHINGTON COLUMBIA LIGHTING Congratulations to Graduating Class of Gonzaga High School Commercial Ind ustricul Custom COLUMBIA ELECTRIC AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY SPOKANE, WASHINGTON Phone: FA. 2511 E. 130 MISSION AVENUE N w ww I ,E 1a515?'F' ,, 1 11 , I 5 11' CIIL! IgITZ2fS L. J. ROTHWELL ROBERT L. ROTHWELL Spokane 13, Wash. Buy... FROM YOUR FRIENDLY RED 86 WHITE GROCER HE IS YOUR NEIGHBOR Complimenlf Of GEORGE ELMER BROWN Attorney N. 5202 Mhrket Street . I wpsrecnmznn mmm EIf!?:Ffl'RS7Egc'IZ',E5,FJ3"'?"'?'S 7 WE DUPLICATE BROKEN LENSES ONE Ol Inf MOL! MOULW GHWDQNG IABORAIODUES IN SPOKANE liveuidn OH-u Mednnl Cenvu Olhn MA In MA In 1819 1 8457 'TJQJDS 120 DISPENSING OPTICIANS w -na RIVHSIDE One of 20 Departments in Dodson's Large jewelry Store Compliments of DODSON,S W. 517 RIVERSIDE MA. 4163 Geo. E. Brady C. L. Sampson Y smce: :aaa -7 Bef! Wifffff AWNINGS TENT5 Canvas Pradurfs Of AV!! Mnds FIO.BERG CO. LIL- SPQKANE .WASH1 -.sl A CO-PARTNERSHIP N. 318 Division St. MAin 4223 LLoYD CHASE CHEVRON STATION 828 E. Mission George Merriman, Inc. New-Farm Machinery Since 1927-Used Telephone: Lakeview 1120 E. 3211 Trent Ave. Opposite Armouris Spokane 15, Wash. 3 Ris Add Another- R for Refreshment Bottled under the authority of the Coca-Cola Company by Coca-Cola Bottling, Inc., Spokane, Washington. CORRECT FR MH COLLEGE Ohh . ufczk CLOTHES X When you are ready. I Brings You The f'- H. ' L E: .-,...:V e -V f Nfwplmmz For llwuglltful , Giving 4 1. WLQVEEQFEQFEE Sgvesmfir E ? Spokwovxe. Wash ivxqfovx BUSINESS T R A I N I N G to meet today's needs in business Business is one of the largest fields of employment. Prepare yourself to enter this field by enrolling at Kinman Business University. C ozzrfef Ojered- Business Administration Pre-College Accounting and C,P.A. Coaching Bookkeeping Oliice Machines Business and Salesmanship Short intensive commercial course for high school commercial grads FREE LIFETIME EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT Enroll any Monday Write or phone MAin 1131 for free Outline of Courses KIN MAN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY South 110 Howard Street Spokane, Washington CONGRATULATIONS CL SS 0F19 1 EXTENDS TO YOU THIS INVITATION TO HIGHER EDUCATION OFFERING COURSES IN LIBERAL ARTS LAW EDUCATION ENGINEERING MUSIC CIVIL PRE-MEDICAL CHEMICAL PRE-DENTAL ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL H Best Wishes to the Class of '51 Drive into the Ramp for your automotive needs EXPERT LUBRICATION CAR WASHING TIRES AND TUBES GENERAL REPAIRS CITY RAMP GARAGE First - Stevens - Sprague MA. 1313 24 Hour Service We never close SEE THAT OLD ALUMNUS LYNN J. BROWN SON For Anything in the Automobile Line USED CAR - OR REPAIRS - ORANEW Dodge T Plymouth at DISHMAN, WASHINGTON Phone: WAlnut 6202 Congratulatiom lo the Clays of '51 Cowen's Pharmacy 404 Riverside MA. 2331 CATHOLIC BOOKS De Sales Catholic Library and Book Shop 10 Wall Street RI. 1664 Congmlulationf, Clan of 1951 LES CRITZER'S MEN'S SHOP Headquarters for HWINTHROP SHOES" W. 712 Sprague Congmtzzlalionf and Sufreu To the Clay: of '51 BOYD-CONLEE CO. HAY - GRAIN - FEED DEALERS Congratulations to Class of 1951 HAT FREEMAN GARDEN LANES BOWLING ALLEY Congratulations Students 8: Young Men's Clothes the MA. N. Post Class of Congratulations C, Spokane Film Developing Co. Complete Photo Service Servicing Your Neighborhood Store S. 101 Division St. RI. 0414 WA TCH REPAIRING MAin 3492 319 Rookery Building Spokane 8, Washington Home Address S. 601 Haven St. LA. 4258 Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 from Spokane's Pioneer Fuel Merchants COAL - WOOD - FUEL OIL More Than 50 Years Caring For Spokane's Fuel Needs TIMKEN STOKERS - CENTURY OIL BURNERS DIAMOND ICE 86 FUEL CO. N. 740 Division Broadway 5721 H. G. R EBUCK 2 soN 2140 AISQUITH STREET BALTIMORE, MARYLAND iff 'A' 'Cr 15? if 'A' 'ik' 'ik' 'A' 12' '52 ik if 162 19: 'fi' 'A' 'Aff fr 'A' il' if? it ii' xi' 'fr if ii' 'A' if it il' PRINTERS-LITHOGRAPHERS TO SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES EVERYWHERE Pudaemaf The I95I LUIGIAN


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