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Puatisusp BY oe LA satis uicu scuooi. STUDENTS '
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Qi IOLIET, ILLINOIS, MARCH 13, l95'L Number 10
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. L. S. ms eague hampions hip
.L. AT ST. MEL
I IN overt-'rms
QI: game of games was that one
t between joliet and St. Mel
icago. lt suffices to say that
I won in an overtime period.
V ll lf-now how De La Salle plays
I overtime period. Very seldom
'f that they lose aiter they have
3 ,the score at the end oi the four l
ar periods. I
'7,1' ere Conroy, Joliet floor guard, I
--11 de the winning basket with l0
h' Conds to play in the extra period. l
so doing, he showed his ability l
' - think quickly in a perilous po- I
ition. With only l0 seconds to go I
-I ie picked up a free ball under St.
Q el's basket and dribbled the length
fig the floor, with Hughes close on I , Vr.,
his heels. Under the rirn Conroy
I suddenly' checked and stood still. l "" ':"
2 Hughes ran past him into the
. bleachers. Conroy hopped up and
I slipped the ball into the basket.
I' Before the ball could be brought l
si ..., dffsflt to newer- 'he gm lzim'-'11-d. I
I Your times the score was tied.
Y' Five time Joliet was in the lead l I
' and five times St. Mel was in the I Iiffi'?,gQj2 '." 3.5,
lead. De La Salle was never ahead I ' 'A Ejjff ,,.V
until the third quarter was well un-
det way. At the end of the first'
quarter St. Mel led 'J to 3. At the I ., ,,
half joliet was still trailing B to 4. I
ln the third quarter Joliet rallied
several times to overcome a three or l
'four point lead. When the third l ",,.f-i
period ended De La Salle was ahead I
for the first time, li to l4. 1"' iff ,..,
The score at the end of the fourth l I I H VNYN I .f4"' ' "
Period WHS 19 'O 19- During the I i'i"
overtime period no scoring was "" ' '-'1 '.'- f .11"-'i '.' A f -we V 5.-, A-. I -.,...
made until the last l0 seconds, when 1932 CATHOLIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Pete Conroy put in that fatal shot I ,,.f-f-fffefzd-.,4',-:f,,,-ff 'ef--ff
which was to put St. Mel down in I
defeath l MASSE5 OFFERED FOR IFRHSHMEN HEAR TALK- SENIOR CARD PARTY
II I"' 'zdixsgc f'-IM" 'i?2,m, success or TEAMI ON sr. Paranoia 'ro ee HELD so
rlgias-E,1iiI,f,si n EI I! 'L E 2 I Monday inornmg,lVlaEcl134, Rai- I Freshman ll was entertained by In the near future, April 4 t
gmnggfcef- lg 4 IRQIQLIIIIC 2 0 2 erend Father Keatingo ere up el lflsi-other joseph on Thursday rnorn- exact, one of the most mag
Cmifsyri 5 0 zmieitg 1. i 3 I Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for the ing, March 17, with an interesting underralzmgs ever attempted
Emma mg 1 X 2iilfIiliEs,g ii ii i I success of the basketball team. lf discussion on St. Patrick. Brother present Senior class will be bm
-5 rg EI -3 Q '3 we want to obtain any victories or stated that the people of the present to a glorious climax. On this
.large periods: 5 I II A Pnl true success we must pray, for lay day and age do not accord him the a card party is to be held s
i,,,'M,,i ""' jjjj'ffjj'jjTjjQjjffj,5 5 5 5 0.49 I ourselves we can do nothing. Be- respect that is due him. ed by the Senior class.
1 I? 1 I cause of fitshirngnite value, the :floss Sligodxeiicllospph uild phi story of 1All the :orlt Joi Zupplyi
, 'I' N is one o t e est means o o tain- t. atrie 's li, e in tie itt e country ayers 'wit ear s, ice, et
DEBATE M , ' ing what we desireg hence it is very of ireland. The history of the con- be done by the mothers of
' S ' EL S ' fitting that Mass should be said for version of the whole of Ireland by iors. The awarding of pri
"Resolved, that Compulsory Un- the success of our team. The sm- ' St. Patrick was told in detail. also he handled by them.
2 -'i' .serotqloyinent insurance Should be I dents manifested their loyalty to So interesting was Brother jo- But to the interesting par
' ' 1 t the many Statesf' the, team, by receiving Holy Com' sepl-Bs method of telling the story night is ostensibly "Senior
' 0!',il'1G' I11ui1i011 with the intention that they that the Freshmen listlened with However, all the other c
' ' ' ' f the Loyola hated breaths and heaved a deep invited, together with the'
b u ht to boy or girl. A good tim
- - eithe vicwts o
' f- ' ' es we do not sigh when the tale was ro g
- close. ' I anteed to all.
W ' I - A special room has be
N " ' -- , Ibmught out dur
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1918-1958 ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 19
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HI h Schoo s 4Oth' Carme If
cation formally accredited the taught at Jol
To see the impressive ex- school in 1923. Four years la sch
panse of Joliet Catholic High er a new building for
School in 1958 it is difficult school was buil
to remember the school's mod t e 1
est beginnings, Before
the Catholic o
Co nty h
iet Cath ' r
t- ool's enrol
the ne h' h
't to ca h
- h 'ncreasing l
b ys of W'
u ad no C h ' '
School t .
added to the schcol Th
reached a tion housed t
of almost three sho
undred and fifty stude
ment. The following y
ars the Christian ty suc
hers labored well an
high faithfully for th
It was then young me
he late Cardinal Mun
delein of Chicago d
212-ange St P
olic he . e add
lment he m a '
w ig ps, band r
re for nts. roo
enrol ear the f
u the ye ceeded in
ill Brot d the re
at olic e Cathol
o attend n of the
a t - But in 1
. r atrick's
c h 1 n
ooms, and class
ms. At the sam '
acul- new priory '
fulfilling all t
quirements of th
ic Central Asso ' '
Joliet area. sch
933 the economi
ra ar the sc
boys' higi sg?
e school was na
e time a
was completed for
he Carmelite Fathers.
e North Since the completion of the
eration and the new wing, Joliet Cathol' '
ool became fully accredit- rollment has
c de- ed. tim '
them to leave Following Fr. Matthew
hool. principal was Fr
ol. In August of that year the Gilmor
med De La Carmelite Fa th ers assume
gh and placed under the heavy debt an
e direction of the Christian ute to t
Vhe building Was r
e high cf
d as a tr'
he peo l
an all '
. m. Aga'
p e of J
er of 1918
variety of cours
pen to these st
in the placed .I
ued to keep step
oliet its students
hool Joliet w
ic High Schoo
new faculty w
along with Math
hias and Octav'
. tool: charg
oliet Catholic a
the top schools
needs of With
. The old buildi
as adapted for ne
l. The courses
as headed by Fr
ew O'Neill, OC
ian first prior
2 the first grad
zeld at De
cf the area.
each new graduating
ng class the number of scholar-
wtechnical ship winners has increased
and furnished with adding to Joliet Catholic's
. tools, equipment and machin- scholastic rating. In other
. arm., the ery valued at 8100,000. fields such as music, art and
and principal. It Fr. Lucian Casey, O.Carm., sports the school has many
as not an easy task during was Joliet Catholic's next hard-won laurels.
uation the depression to not only principal. He was followed in Facing the future the Carm-
LH Salle High- assume a heavy debt but to office by Fr. Shane Tahney. elites and other faculty mem-
.ardinal himself was keep the school progressng. 0.C'arm., th e Hills present bers are confident that
t for the ceremonies The Carmelites were determ- principal. In 1956 under Fr: school has well
'aised the work of the ined to do both. Shane an expansion program fine re
rn Brothers. The Illi- During the first year in was put into high gear with
telliepartmentvofljldu which the Carmente Fathers 1-Lfgqplete new w
plIlali0I1 QIICI that the
future years will see Joliet
Ing being Catholic an even better school.
agx -.-se ,,t. ,
Joliet Catholic High School. View
. . . . -any
of old wing, new addition and prlory .Q
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f thc annlvcrsihfy'
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