Mount Carmel High School - El Conquistador Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1957

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Bro Froncls Offo O Ccrm I "'iL""3 ' .LIB 4- BIITB When The Crusader of A.D. T200 marched off To The Holy Land, The Thoughts which occupied his mind were primarily of cham- pioning The cause of ChrisT. The red cross, worn on The chesT cmd painTed on The shield, gave TesTimony To This. Draped around The neck and across The shoulders of The Cru- sclder of Today, The Scapular of Our Lady aTTesTs ci similar dedicaTion. When a man was abouT To deparT on The Crusades, he prayed Throughouf The previous nighT, in expecTaTion of That honor. Our vigil To The honor of receiving The diploma is prayer and sfudy for four shorT years-years which pass all Too quickly. To The similariTies beTween The Crusader of Today and The Crusader of 700 years ago, we respecffully direcT The Theme of This, El ConquisTador of 1957. 1 N 'l T WW . If elim? If fl lllqgx F H' i H 'E A f 7 X Q6 15,5 'BT ,,- ,Sgt 3 -lbl .- all 1 gl ' if 'fl ,, ,A 1 Q, .mm , ,L mfg,- : 447 ,1 1-..-................ 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Dignan, Ph.D Superinfendenr of Schools Archdiocese of Los Angeles x The Most Reverend Kilicm E. Lynch, O. Ccrm Prior General of The Cclrmelife Order. Qlerrmnliis "Study, my son, to fulfill another man's will rather than your own. Choose always to have little worldly riches than much. Seek, also the lowest place, and desire to be under others rather than above them, desire always and pray that the will of God be wholly done in you. Lo, such a person enters surely into the very true way of peace and inward quiet."'i Truly peaceful and inwardly quiet, these men humbled themselves, and were exalted. They asked tor little and received much, and the will of God is daily being done in them. iiFrom "The Imitation of Christ" by Thomas a Kempis. upsrinna 'To x 0 . 4 ffm E x lrll-,X All 448 Very Rev. Donald M. O'Colloghan, O. Carm., Very Reverend Gabriel Kearney, O. Carm., Prior Provincial of the Province of St. Elias. Prigr, 4 4 4 wir , 1 ' , Jef " ,- A" 5-" JL ," "" , . Q - , V , ' X.. , LA W ' T411 -if ' , 9' 4 QF r'-4' Behtnatrun El Conquistador of 1957 is dedicated to a very gracious man whose work at Carmel has been exceedingly successful in every way. This success is marked not only with amazing material achievements, but also with the results of stirring those with whom he has worked to higher plains. His repu- tation has spread throughout the Southland, and he is re- spected and imitated by all who have come in contact with him. We present this annual to you, "Marty" Martinelli, and we hope that you will accept our, hearts and our prayers with it. A Coach and His Team Marty makes Hrs Choice z 'fs . ZZE f5 F zmafvvi Effi fx? f ffL 'Q I f ,X F- ' . A V ,,E ' .. 115, I i I ,, 5 W , 1. gm-X 3 I iii dx iw '--. i. 'r ' W 1 ' fi 2: W U, ' ' Q' . m ' , I ' ' I Y.. W --Y :K , , ZEZ , , f1 1 222 3 1 ga-5 .uf , x in J-, 'Q 1' ,N -. ' A --Q. lf 4.7. "":'9 Fw-F.. 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They are of Christian living, eager to do their part in pro- ln time, each graduate will look back with true cess in life to this faculty - educators, coun- our faculty. Father Kevin Morrissey, O. Carm. Procurator, History, Religion Father Augustine Carter, O. Carm., Director of Athletics Chemistry, Religion Father Bernardine Kangley, O. Carm Prefect of Studies Latin, Religion, History Father Dennis Murphy, O. Carm., Father Bernard Daly, O. Carm., Algebra, Religion Mathematics ' rr. 1 is 'fz-1 .5 " ff-it i - V. ff t I 'f-,v'L. . t W., l- VM, Brother Francis Otto, O. Carm., Father Michael poffer, Q, Cu,-m, TYPln9' Shoflhand Father Fidelis Limcaco, O. Carm., History, Civics, Religion l'll5f0fY, Religion fe' a l 1. l x t gl . 3 I . M! TY' t t 1.11 Father Matthew Sprouffske, O. Carm., Mr. Otto Laske English, Religion Mr. B. J. Andorka History, English 4 it -rw 'A' is II ' -- u , t -,--'vt'-.dmv-'-V ,---,gr , , ' .i'.-:i . QC. RH Mr. Gabe Bustamante English, Mathematics, Driver Education Spanish Mr. Walter Ambord History, Bookkeeping Q' 'L Y ' 1 . f Mr. John Vincent Mr. James Williams Science, English, Geography History, Economics, Civics Mr. Martin Bolger Civics, Business Law, History Mr. Gerald Smiih Biology, Mathematics Mr. Carl Kafics Band, Glee Club Mr. Michael Kirk Mr. Frank Meyers English Custodian fi ' iii, , Mrs. Kathryn Williams Mrs. Pauline Bucher Office Mrs, Kqfhe,-ine King Offifte Librarain l la i, l l Sgr r Ti- Elem 4. .Qi 572'--- ,.:,qii ri Amjjq Ee' 5 'Q Q p H 1' N? ,.i.i., , i , 1, ...Ama , ,A ,M 7, . I M nluv ' " ,4 W , Lx pl! A- I R - 'A ' ,gl - , 1' 3 Y 1. , ' 'iq 12' 1 M-:TV -' - : , P . 7 agx, A 4 I , ,E ' 'L vi I 10 I M X Luna- wg' " I 1 .11,,-,.-A-'-,?. , bi- 'W ilu' 'Z Y , E ss. , ,4 1 A Q "IFC In . 3 I I I 1 rr r f , I 4 I ,..- I VMAN MASTER MASTER CRHFTSMFNN 5 Nfwii got M X Druayaevtq 5 6 5- 24 1. 3 Z Q 5 NW f ng. q.. -fr f' .'.5 f"?- x- X N-K 5112155125 fm E J . 'lik-A A if IQ ? ' c ,A-"Q fi ts-sa 191 1-vm, I PHONE - O Pu.sAsANv 3-15:33 13111. Glarmvl Qtgh Srhnnl 7U11SE1l.lTH HDUVER STREET LDS ANGELES 44. CALIFDPNIA May, i957 My dear Seniors, As your final year at Mount Carmel is almost over, your faculty and your fellow students offer you their congratulations on the occasion of your graduation. This last year of yours at Mount Carmel has been a very memorable one. At no time in its history has the school enioyed so much success. In studies, in debating and public speaking, in football, in basketball and in all other athletics and activities, you have been excellently represented. With reason you have been proud of your school for you have played a maior part in its life. By your par- ticipation and by your loyalty and support you have helped to make that lite a healthy one. For this we thank you. The future, whatever it may mean for you, will be competitive. But you have liked competition. You have enioyed it and you have been best when it was keenest. We hope that this spirit will show itself in the lives you lead after Carmel - that they will be truly Catholic and truly holy. May the grace of God always be with you and may our Lady of Mount Carmel always protect you. Yours sincerely, M LP-L Principal. fl l i fb- Z Dear Faculty and Students: As our final days at Carmel pass by, we realize that another successful school year is almost over. Members of our Senior Class have contributed much to that success - in the scholastic, athletic, and social activities -- and are thereby to be congratulated. They had the responsibility of leadership, and their actions did much to determine the attitude and spirit of the entire Student Body. The Juniors and Sophomores are beginning to appreciate their heritage as students of Mount Carmel High School. As upperclassmen, they will be recog- nized as men of Carmel. Then theirs will be the responsibility of helping others towards that full maturity which is the goal of education. The Freshman Class of T957 has been particularly enthusiastic in accepting its part in the life ofthe school. What better example can be used than their wholehearted support of the Mount Carmel festivals! May this spirit exemplify their attitude throughout their years at Carmel. To the Faculty, our sincere gratitude for the dedication of their lives to one of the noblest of callings - the education of youth. Many times we have failed to show adequate appreciation, but as we grow older we will fully under- stand and acknowledge their contribution to our development. As President of the Student Body, I wish to thank the members of the Faculty, the Student Body Officers, the Student Body, and the parents and friends of Carmel for all that they have done to make this an outstanding year in Carmel's history. May we, under the Mantle of Mary, always live up to the principles of life that the Carmelite Fathers and Brothers have attempted to foster in us. When wearing Mary's Scapular, no matter where we are or what we are doing, we will be assured of being true Carmelites. jcerely in Our Lady of Mount Carmel, I X. ' f Lf,r7ff:4ax,'1 . Q2kz.d'PffA Student BodQ resident gs--1 ,agua C""7'3" .J q eb A 5' 1 . 'S' wg," 1 IS .55 ,' Mike McKeever, President fo--. ,dr , -5 xv: ' X mint Wffirkrz Ulla,-55 nf '57 xr- 'H ' l Z X y.unmulllllp' umm' ' ' A ,... ' , Xt ' f W U2 1. fi ? M l ig fviri-1. " - ' . Lyn Relph, Vice-president lx - - fr 5 G -of a Q , ' . 5 f ff ii 4"'CAPJ'W'vN 'E r : -If I 'V -. 5 I , ' Xin QV A. - I :Z -nnfmh """'51 Hurry Frcnkl in, Secrefury-Treo su rer wwf 1 ,.....- Henry Anton Thomas Arnerich Carl Bodgeft Gifs. Paul Bcahom Victor Barrera Michael Bence John Benson Gerald Bichlmeier Nb' M -wr r -we Qtr TQ. 1""w-7, 'file Hermon Blofzer Gregory Bolfon Joseph Bonnono Q 313 impi- ' '- f " as sew, - af in 1 Kenneth Brockus Dovid Brown Robert Buchonon Robert Burgord Leo Coin f'I"P'feg.,7 gwj"'-N X 73' 'x f inf' A Edward Calvin A W ,,, YZ John Cannavo Ma Richard Coffelf Henry De Lara We ind" 'ff' 'uf cz-sci' Dante D'Erc1mo wigs I! Alvin Claiborne 9111 John Delaney Lawrence Donohue 'hd -ff" William Dwyer iv ' ZF' vi 0-"' Gerald Ernst ,4..-. ' l , ui ms, ', F , ,. ,, ,. ,. vw, ,-.-Y-.V. - M,-i Mig: I e Q V .,-------- . . , .-.- . , , Q 1 w 15? I tl' Joseph Fashing Edward Fauria Leonard Faushna George Florcufos Richard Finsefh Leo Fifzsimmons Thomas Fovvle David Franco - .. 1. , .- PLZ" U , - N ,,- efl bl iz: . ,fig 1,,n. .4 'fr'f..1 f- A 152' -VT. 3" ' 1 .ix A. S-' faq...-qv N-.gf Q-0 Q -up-w iv- i? is gr I M 1-1' Harry Franklin Peter Fry Albert Garcia l .iii is v l James Garvin Nicholas Gerolarno Edward Gill George Gloe Cla,-ence Gggdmqn V, l ll N, ., , .. - New N T of 2' n4' 1' ",'-'7,r+- .- 1 A if -Fa-g 1 uf John Goodwin ff' WU- W' Jomes Grimm Michael Homrock Edward Heffernan Berncird Held ala-sf Michael Hoering nP Hubert Horringron Thomcus Hemerlein -,.- , . . 'if 1 , 'Y fl Fi I. Hlmgpjv I Kenneth Hill may FUR Thomas Hindinger fs. fi -if 1 P!JF"2'.K. Q-US 9-fp-1 7 George Hizo 'nr' -:vi- I-Iugh Johnson Howard Kanoe 4-JI' 1--"7 Herberf Kaufman tn.,-If Donald Kala! Raymond Kelly vi ,it Yguqgli M W 1 . ,fx -i' Jv ,-1 N I,-,-.fb ww -rH+' H - 4""'V' ' 145' John Kimball Jcack Kirkhorn James Lair Nclfhcm Lclvelle Patrick Leoke Carl Leifermcm Roberf Leufe Edward Liebel wig 17:37 Gerald Liebscher l Roberf Limon Michael Lindsey EL James Liuzzi Julio Lloreda Michael Loomer Ruben Lopez Norman Lumas ir"TP' ahh' '7' I I. 4 Q11-vsUQ Jerome McClure Dennis McGregor Michael McKeever '4-'II"'27 Tut- 'wl- a UNI' V257 Jusfin McClure Thomas McDonough Ni """'nv Thomas Mancini Marlin McKeever Bruce Mark -lu:-H" l H 49 E .1 Pcuul Martin 1 1-'-A -A H' ' f- iz-.I George Mcxrfinez Pefer Mefoyer Robert Morfin tr:':"' ft' Joseph Metzler John Michoeli 'Q-'97 Richclrd Mimiogo Andrew Mlgllocclo , if T77 N f-Q, f 5:5 't',,?" X Robert Minnig Pcnrrick Neilly Richard Nichols v 'ti' Micholel Niefo Richard Nolon Dovid Nurse John Ory James Osborne 'C' 'Fl'-'T Lawrence Osuna Gerald Ofto Steven Orro ful' '17 Robert Oviedo Jose Patron Pcxfrick Plofner Richard Ponce Albert Prukop , 'T , 2- uw 1 , 1 H w 1 ng p 1 Nw N ,N H H N w H N ,wsu 1 w sa , v 'fd fi rg V' Q---"' Anthony Rosch and ,,..-a Alfred Reynoso Anthony Rochester '-ter' Lyn Relph Monuel Rodrlguez Robert Reyes hu.: if--Y Gerald Richer Robert Rodriguez Us-4 '!'T-rp Wayne Rohrbacher ' nd" Daniel Savino Thomas Scherf Roger Row Michael Sedlak Robert Sanchez W 1 779 ---...-1 ' w . , w 1,5 in , as ' - .v N s I John Sawyer John Sherman ' S 1-5 V , all an-A 1'4" l tif? J0l'H1 Shorl Charles Sigerseih Terrance Smith .. George Sfeele Frederick Tclugher Daniel To-mich Johrl Tully Wiliam Verdugo 3 "Sf ,hav 5' 'i yur.-1 1u f gd Robert Von Gorres Joseph Wachter James Weepie C190 Rudolph Weber Gerald Wilson Thomas Walther Robert Writer N- ' was I 'lf 3 9 V 'il ' - f 5 1 ire .fa eee , f -ic.-P' Mike Yost President Bull Watson Vice-President 1 umur GQffIllBI"Zi it sa- Gllzxz-15 nf '58 All the established traditions ot Carmel are dependent upon this class, determined to graduate in i958. In addition to continuing the numerous familiar customs, these Crusaders have the additional responsibility of contributing something new, some innovation which will reflect on the class as a unit, and preserve it in the minds of future classes. Their training is nearly complete, and, most assruedly, they will continue the devotion to Our Lady which is so characteristic of Mt. Carmel. Edd ie Mabry, Secreta ry 3 I uf , 1 . , .. . A 'S ll ,an "' Y ,I 'S N 'Ulf Q . K., , I .Ig 'l, I, T .J VJ, , 'T 1 5' Q - " 1 c-'ff - MB Lawrence Apoclaca Joseph Argano Peter Arturo Michael Baker ' Q Qtffi -. . W . g ' ' F f' of 1 , , lf' li ' ,X ' , if ' l K A "' 4 'nt ll 111,.:7f'y , 5 1 'w . -X L I -fra fl RX 1 c x Q , l , 1 V A A gl W 1 K. v 1? h , Ernest Baldovin Q 4 , 5 , ' X , .af Joseph Billitti X WN!!- " - ' KSWL57 4 , V..-sis 1 ,g f A R ' -.J ff: nsgl 5 :ati xg 4 H. .1 .A lx . gm, , . .f I c:- l r 1 . I f l X x X .1 K ' -Y ,v f :V X 5 . , 'I Eli 1' ,git l 5 K ' , ,A James Barnard Gordon Bell 'Ll L, Allen Blackmore Robert Blank Sfephen BiXleI' Thomas Brigcmte -.qlfw 'cn l iyi ,ff , '14 James Brown Willard Bruce Robert Brunsman John Cady y , Lao fn 4 Af- . 'FQ X wwf G? Leonard Calderon George Camacho Joseph Candiliere John Carpenter , '-Q." Cx 4- 'C - 'V . 'ff' 1 ! , r., ""'A' t 'aff 3. 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' ' 1, ' hx .V,,-J Q NX .'.,'- 145 thi Q4 Anthony Dclpello Thomas De Antonio Luis DON-'EY An9e'0 Don M Vt .i 1 s A1 ,....4-f -a I 4 Frederick Douglas Armand Duvernay Ffdnk Elias Th0mGS Engel 52' l i ' ' uf -ks, ie' 'NJ Henry Espinoza Edward Fuess A .1 J 'U' wr 'haf x., 3' - Robert Ferdinand Lawrence Fritz Ricardo Giddens David Gehring Joseph Fulton David Gomez 'N Mill. as xii 4-..,, - X L l ' 1 Robert Granville Dennis Grenke Peter Greve Dennis Greyshock Z 'x 5 1, 'ii' 7 " ,w Thomas Grimm Richard Gutierrez Joseph Haffley Thomas Havqrd ,a l tj v ,Ah '-ur' Donald Hill j ,Charles Iverson I .4 Rl E fm- N ,A-"' gl ' ' J , I3 1, 5. J J. P 2 J ll wr e- x '21- , .I : ,.,, 5. 72 V!! , rf' , ,lx LJ, -7 ' K 'dy 'rpg' vii . ,Lf xx! x N , x xjx. Nw i, 1 ' A . .. 1 V George Horiesi John Ibbetson X If John Jenkins Gregory Johnson Michael Jackson Pefer JDl"lOWlCZ 1,3 . 42, Q, I" " 1' I xv, ' x , '- .V X N. Pr A HX -.1 . ,J .VL Arfhur Johnsfon Alvin Jgneg Martin Jones Robert Kaufman N l X x 2 l 1 lf fi? ': 2 A , N ff-' -FQ ' 'Q 'nw V " 4 1 ',qN L Q ' ' , 4,7 5: T' Y l Maurice Kramer Dennis Kretschmer Gerald Lgdmirgulf Richard Lone . I- 4.5 1 V i '-.I , MTVN 'I Fa J -,,sx 'f1f" 'f 1 . M' V . ,f Q ability? lil. v,:'.y . nn. 1 'f'l'figffIf,' 2 v f,g.,.g.3 U: 1 Wai f, , - - -Qi llff, 'aff James Le Blanc ,..- Irvs 'I f 'rg 'lr 1+-P ll ,QI eff 4 - ,- 4. , sq, , ,K .1 r .115 , William Leeaom Michael Mclntosh Michael McDonald f- 5' , . ,- .-qfrr 1' 17217 4 QQ' 's ""-'vs - ww -.' vt-15 n ,MIX cf' Thomas Libby Edward Mabry -' X - i-H 1-s 3 'N . -Vive fu, -4 'un I 'ur' J 'T A I Thomas McCarthy 57, 'JL 'il' AMW: 'ff lg -IJ Edward Maloney ii fe an 1. 1-...- Thomas Maieschal James Marrin Beniqmin Moneno An'-,Ur Moniney V M N , 'f R N LS- ax' Ye i IU. U L I. vff xi ,-K.. '-" X' x 1' sv-H' K.. V 'A' , iff, . T 'f .4 371 -2?'ygvlz,ll'.. - ,mW..r,.r fr .'... 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I .-y,,u.,:. fn- f 31' ?1?lfa':E.w I' 4g,:1:,, . 1' Faeg'-Q-594: ,. 3 qi- ,view -- N, ,- l -QW. .An :fp 1 5:,g?v.,,1 .. 57.1.1g '.-1-'gr ' 72152, ,5 ,jf-rf.-:I-' :J ' . Q24 '- 4' '-' :fi .- xx ,re r X i W 'f' fi ' r Q , . M N- - V 1 5 N ' f ls . QW' in - " gf 1 r , .0 ffl-lf' - f -P . , X -i T ., '-Filer? , 1 , , A H , If 1 .5 A ' LL-' 'J .' Ralph Osuna Lawrence Parrent William Parsons John Peck -2? Steven Perez w lliblaw f. l. KT' .. -L -.1 Q, 'tl A Vi, ,,. x ULKQQ-011' ' as f ,, K, V . . , 'f iw , rf f .' wif l 4 ' Roberf Polhamus l, s l l , 1 .2 rf , ,N Y ll, I ' 2 -1 I '-" l fr r L 4:-11" -I Nlrrix p, I al! 'V ' ,W .vi , X . "" l w f: .iz 5 4 I wi A Q U ' " '5-f' ' ' ff . lf' J 5 , 'iii Ma, "' .I ,",,,2 ,, ,E Q . xi! , :gviim " V. ,,. 3' M, we . - i l 4' , 'zum 1 I wi. gel Aiikvqbg " . 'Q - X 3 V .Tvs- gl ' Q :3 V .- -1 lifilfl " Semi.. ,?' , x i. Qziif 1 . 45? - E. V MF A . l Jay Peffinafo Raymond Petty Qt? il-Q , ,l4,l J,2 Charles Preston Karl Probst I Allan Price Tm' PSOVUUS .ev-' , 5 1 Ea ' -- , ,. 2' - f :Q W' A' ' ' an In I .L. ' 4 ' v 'fa' - S-f i 'XQ A V1 A Q . 1 if i 5-" Z., or U 'Q K 5 t ,A , l Ei 4 '35 . - ' 9. lx Y 7 'I 3 X. 'Q V' fx ' I. i it - . f gr K. , , 7 A. l H . V' . 1 71' 2, 'A :Sf , - 'v ' -:la . - l e 1 All of Carlos Riveros Ronald Salter Louis Saucedo George Scherf is r ,L ,, +6 Knox S? l , l Nathan Sclucql-'C DGUFIFS SCOTY Peter Sebasfian David Silva J Z9 ,sl-7 ,Ll 0 I X 51 l l H 1' PGfI'iCk SmClldlh0 76. John Stanley ,-1 lxu?"f X-.f ,gr Iv-f' X' Vernon Ta bery John 5UlliVGI'l Louis Terrazas ft L' Roberf Tetreaulf William Tigges Richard Tolmlch William Turley l l ...lm . gn-A 1:62 ixwsf '-Ie Dwight Tyree Gerald Uelmen Armand Vasquez Richdrd Vefkefke 1+-513 , , fir fl 0 'Ah 1' ,Q as F' I xl J ,,..-.- XX-of CQ'-, Patrick Ward Robert Warner 'T'f7 FY if! ', ,ax lvoa fn .-. 2 ,as mv' '-A, gl' ? Leonard Wiley v N l William Watson Thomas Wilhelm .. ' . W we 'C .9 'KL Y, - ,K Sf ' " ' , ,av ' , 'ff X . "' n" ' f Q-ff , M X l 1' x..J W Ernest Wilkes Joseph Williams Michael Yost Egon Zwierlein mg. 55 UP UIIIUU2 Gmfirere . r,s - xi , -v - -.. r . f A l cv.-I, ,L gs 1' 'rf' 2 - fr, .tp , ,"', .. ,I 3 ' tlgt-1 H-C' f:+ft3i4K - t .rr i, A ,ret-. t,--, - g',.E,., V ,e J "'-pi tg Jim Goodman, Secretary Nick Di Meo, Vice-President, Al Lopez, Presiden 61151513 uf j 5g The class of i959 has shown its abilties in both scholastic and athletic competition. Judging by this year's showing, it will, without a doubt, bring its share of merit and praise to Mount Carmel. Under the leadership of their elected officers, they have proven themselves worthy to uphold the con- fidence t hat has been placed in previous classes. Back Row: R. Babcock G. Baham R. Bienvenue B. Barnett Second Row: J. Berrefta J. Aubuchon G. Blackmer K. Alexander J. Beals Third Row: J. Benedetto T. Beavers W. Barrios G. Bichlmeier A. Barrera Front Row: S. Baham G. Apodoca E. Ancfil A. Arias .,-a Back Row: L. Chafe J. Chafe K. Blandino R. Blodnikar T. Brannon G. Brown Second Row: L. Bockhold L. Carrizosa G. Colome J. Coio T. Coffin K. Boltz Front Row: F. Buck P. Blount R. Brown N. Cahill J. Cartwright r Back Row: J. Gleason C. Fox T. Fitzgerald A. Gessig J. Comeau E. Ford R. De Rosa Second Row: T. Euper L. Galka F. Fries G. Gale B. Felch Front Row: C. Gibilterra V. Faustina A. Gonzalez T. Gallegos W. Gomez J. De La Torre ZS Back Row: A. De Ulloa V. De George V. De George M. Daney W. Esfay Second Row. J. De Fazio R. Crimins N. Di Meo L. De La Rosa D. Dahl Front Row: C. Cook A. Crawford R. Dennis R. Daly Back Row. J. Goodman R. Haeussler J. Green M. Hin M. Hurray Second Row: L. Grenier B. Hayes R. Keegan Deluhoussaye A. Kofz W. Hohman Front Row: B. Ito J. GuTierrez S. Gridlcm G. Dasaro E. Jackson iw. IA ree. V.- 'Q'- , ... are .V 'C' If "' E ., if 'w I X, M wifi 3? ws' Back Row: D. Krall R. La Fond A. Lopez F. Lo Nigro S. Kish M, Loehr Second Row W. Kraemer H. Lopez D. La Velle D. Healy G, Kuhn L, Le Brane Front Row. L. Lew V. Guzman J. Kirkmcm A. Lubchuk D. Kiley f V. Lo Monaco Q!-JP4' aff B etslnwg ,,,,, QQ' 4 sl In OL ,gb 3 3 7X fi 3 G F19 QQ ' Pe 3 Y' 1? ,cu 35' 1'-'Y 'gg' R ' 'r 1 N ' 5 . r is :gf .' 2 - 1 Q 1' '- Q r A 2. , I 'Z'-.. 'v J '. u N - ' ...ll X-5' " jr? PQ - 4:9 . - - 'fa i . If I l ' I 4.x . V , in fr 'ik 'l fd., rl- A 1,3 of , . A ' A , ' ,, 1 ' f 31" i F . -3' fl as L , , -ni X ff QR -.1 K S Il i Back Row: F. Reh Field C, Pechstedt C. Pech B. Powers J. Phillips R. Rodriguez G. Ramos J. Randleman Front Row: R. Roth R. Rodgers W. Roaro-Jasso P. Pomeroy F. Rodriguez Back Row: M. Newhouse H. Moraga D, Mark R. Morris E. Padilla A. McMillan Second Row: V. Nunez A. Moran M. McGrath D. Messerle T. Oberrieder Front Row: E. Munoz R. Moreno D. McClain A. Oviedo H. Morrow J. Metoyer 1.--, u Back Row: L. Taylor J. Siein A. Scungio M. Sircieier T. Swedo Second Row. J. Shen W. Slamer B. Ruzicka M. Standifer L. Terrazas Front Row: J. Taylor W. Tracey R. Sanguine! M. Saulney W. Smith R. Swintek Back Row. R. Vcilderrain J. Trombley L. Zerilli P. Zollinger Z. Vasquez J. Viviano Second Row. L. Williams M. Valenzuela J, Witmeyer J. Woods 3. Watson J. Vykydal Front Row: V, Williams A, Weber R. Whcilley L. Zambel Q' 7 rw r mam fmfirers Paul Donotelli, Secretory, Ed Ruddy, Vice-President: Fronk Turner, President As is the cose with every Freshman Clcrss, the Closs of 1960 wos confronted with mony new experiences in the past months. They were given on opportunity to elect their own representatives, tor which positions they chose the tledglings here pictured. Time ond toil should make them worthy of being considered procl- ucts of Carmel. Gllaz-iss nf 9 EU ' IIIIII 8- ,31- K .wa 3 "" ll I ' I1 11 3 5521 ,,AA, jf ,AAYL ,.,, A ,, "K I IH - . ini J. H ,V ...N it A .W ' gsm T - .. tif- . " - ' L fl I 'T' 3 L, Us 11- - V A -...-.-1. .'-:A Back Row: J. Cowan R. Cahl L. Brown M. Brown T. Chavez Second Row: J. Charman S. Courson B. Burdick T. Cummings A. Casimano Third Row: P. Curry L. Catalina Delahoussaye M. Cormier Fourth Row: ct 2 S. i i 3 Q hx ,xi Q L N T Back Row: T ' I G, Acosto 'M :X , A N -V E L B. Barry - 5 , P. Acosta if ' N' RN Q. Banks 1 '.' .1 1 Second Row: NY! G. Booker ' L. M. Arnone ' J. Brambila J-Q J A. Arrietta X Third Row: ' , F. Arciga 1 V T. Auth ' D. Arona I- M. Bixler ' 1 I Fourth Row: T U B. Bloom J H. Bloom ' A D. Booth . 75 Front Row: Y E ' 4 X . B. Bertram R. Argano R. Ateman A. Akin O K V . W 'uvi-SP ii- . M , Y W I-A my ,sa 36- ,- AL if ,- 32 2G as 'Y v JR :QL MOUN CAIMI .5 ,,, 9 ' TIGR A it? 3 U F? ' 'QP' 1 wif! I C. Buscemi ' D. Cavaloo . , T. De Pass 'I f- -...f Front Row: if I fi' G. Cuttrell Q J. Brunsmann " ' B, Carter N. Chapman E. Canty ' ' .gif Q 1 34 5 H l P Back Row: L. Dodson R. Esquivel L. Dorsey E. Despors Second Row J. Fernandez T. Egan J. Eris J. Escalante Third Row: P. Donatelli I ll l 2369 :gy I I 4 J lf' . V' --fyzi -.- X 95: E VP 1 - ., -so ,.. , l l .35 vi ..' I W V! 99 J 1- 3 35 " 3 4' 4, I 4 . R, 4 'V' 3 3 H? -1 1F 4 6- 1"'N ..- .. A 5-lg, Rf -. ,ff f JF l E .t ' x X . 4'1" ..... ,. ,,. .-FF ,af J. Estonol S. Delnick P. Duncon Front Row: , -Y ' R. Denogeon ' ' J. Detoskel ' G, De Mcrtos l . JF -0 ur , -, ' -gs 49' 1 I - ' 1 X 1, xt 3-I 5 ' 1 . f nz- l t l l I' I U' Y? as Bock Row: F. Herrera M. Hornbecker A. Gloe J. Garcia Second Row J. Haffley G. Heater M. Bixler A. Guerena N. Gleason Front Row: M. Hewlett D. Hollow M. Herbs C. Esposito Q :.-O: I. fs , A 'S lu? KA l III J, I Q Bock Row: R. McCall P. Maldonado M. Lozano R. Mancino J. Fuess A. Mayer Second Row: R. Matthews T. Matt A. Maytorena C. Hardwig Third Row: R. Lugo J. MacDonald P. Fleming B. McCall Fourth Row: R. Gutierrez T, Forgue A: LeCesne T. Mathis E. Lumas Front Row: A. Lugo N. Lopez P. Mahoney Back Row: H. Kern L. Kimble S. Heitzmann C. Jordan N. Lebel Second Row: R. Llamas I. Lopez R. Hughes M. Gonzales Third Row: J. Kotave R. Lewin P. James R. Kerger Fourth Row: N. La Mere A. Jankowski N. Jones A. Houser Front Row: R. Le Febvre L. Lo Casse B. Lewis B. Kropach . 1 -MI A V' l Q I if ' ' Rh L- . 325-. f- ,Q Bock Row: - J. Mulgruve F. Pazsgoi P. McGoldrick J. Ory U. Moss P. McGrath L. Muhl P. Pclomcro nfl .Ill Second Row: G. Pintner W. Moller M. Duenes C. Podulci T. Murphy R. Matty R, Porro Front Row: 7 K. Mory u C. Pitillo Q J. Mooney W. Mitchell 11' J. Peno ' M. McHugh . 4. :Fr .- 'T .jig ,Q'F.' 'N . Y ,0- .L 2 HT? .I dv Z ,li ,- iv""'.-0 . ' ---r--J" W f v S-sl f'v'1 4 I r 7 .hm 1.73. .h .. Q-...I . HL.,-4, V - ' :ya - ' if :yi-'iii' - .u.f,-.'.5:. . -JQIPMV ,Ish x4', .L ,t,.Qf:,f,ighL5.'I?5f44JTkn5ni.': ,s.e:Q1:4i7""m-23' Q-im., ., l I 1 lf fuig, , .. 5 if u..4 'HPI -2 Bock Row: C. Prentiss J. Powers R. Russell H. Mitchell B. Rehm J. Solinas F. Quuttrocchi Second Row: T. Green E. Ruddy J. Russo E. Ruiz C. Purzycki T. Ramirez Front Row: G. Sandell J. Rizzp W. Preston E. Rathwohl R. Sampson A. Sontina J. Relph i 5 l - L'TS':c.'gG ,-Q' QQVQ5? T 4 '-'21 ' 21 vs-S" '95 Y ..- S ,-7 .N I Back Row: B. Tanklage T. Valleios H. Woods R. Weiss P, Zaferis J. Tomasick D. Young J. Varele Second Row: D. Tons P. Villemuer R. Vasquez J. Walsh L. Verdugo M. Welsh Third Row: J. Tocco G. Tiggas B. Van Berckelaer R. Zimmiirmann B. Taylor T. Ward -31 3 N-4' Back Row: L. Starks T. Stoddard D. Schreiner C. Sweeney Second Row. R. Stevenson P. Santoro T. Takeda F. Turner R. Sorochman Third Row: E. Shelton R. Sontoni R. Schumacher R. Souza G. Sherman D. Staley Front Row: R. Soto J. Steinmetz L. Smith J. Silletto T. Stehly H. Siera 1 I Xl'- '-1 a 6 ' F -'A Tv .15 . an "'f:'. we-A I A F .f - T A, '. 1 'i,. 1' ! - Y ye-, ,v y5-iv 1 l A- T2 I ' RP " ' ' 9 Q . - . ' 4 Rf ' 3 41, ' ' ' L H! , -Ai , I Em, N N "' '-I Q X 1 f Q3 MM? m if 41 YA I f if-41.93, 5 Q. I M' A , .. J ' f il ' Q 1--' ff' y 0 rhhriwzi N- I X Qi A f X V N L v ww 4 f 1 X H 4 Lf? f X mm b gm v wk I Q Q fb f f Q W fig W 4 4 N" 11 4, ,PN 1 , w L- x 5 I 45-f I 522133114 ff ' My 'A 'F pg A K, . 1' s. f F VQQ, Q t E 4 ' A Q' if 5 " .I .S , is , ,L -M. 3 a 4 Q ' ' LV . 7 " ln A 1 1 J", f -gg Q 0 A 7 'Q JI? ' ' 3" '7 is .. - ,- ' f U If i ' fa ., x fi! I . f -ff , - 4 If R ' f 0 J' w vi 44 1 5 'K - 5 N 4 .. if s. Y I .'I .fl 'J ,I 1 9 3 1" N1 Xu .N- X' x ,834 ll Y N 5 Y f"1l 4 'I N4 A l K J , V.-'1 , L? Q! ,N ' x ,J IR' I 1 S iuheni Gluunril v 'fi Fr. McCoIlen Al Prukop Advisor Vice-President The Sfudenf Body Council is composed of crll The elected closs ond sfudenf body officers. The Council's chief concerns are for improved sfudenf government, ond for loeTTer closs condifions. Marlin McKeever Ed Short Secretory Treasurer , 'pp' am:-17111 F . N bra T V1 Fred Tougher AI Claiborne HTSTOYIOI1 Coungelor iuineni Standing: M. Yost, B. Watson, E. Mabry, M. McKeever, L. Relp Seated: A. Prukop, T. Arnerich, M. McKeeve:. I guess if's upstairs. 5 War Nba "is, R He went Thafaway! G5U1TBI11IIIBIIl Yeoh, that sounds greqfg Standing: F. Turner, P. Doncltelli, N. Di Meo, A. Lopez, J. G Seated: J. Short, A. Claiborne, F. Tougher. I -if ll 1 . 4 ' l B f AS S 5'- -ax Well, I don"r know vE'.5.-9' 7 Publication of the annual is a six month reopening of school, and is not completed deadlines is a special source of anguish who will not reminisce on the many happy in Room Ten every day. ,Q - YH I NA 'ik Bob Granville Assistant Editor Mike Yost Activity Editor Z- ,..,v4""".-' f l I Qlnruq i 1 TVR, . hi so Bro. Francis Moderator '99, W Q- X- .spa gs Tri?" ann-QW? 4 ufn Qlliflzi 4 uns 1 .f 5 is " H Y ' 11, 1 r A a 1 I llllllllll Rs , . Q X ' 1' .fsg : 1 . , 4 1,12 :Ep lil' . ff . 1 ' Jil ' 252522255211 1 '-'.- 041 551. ":g?:15::EEZ: .QE -z'r, ,. f' -iff? :22ss5iff53211" .1f55Eg . p-:g.' 'ig " '- gf 'Jt:-75:3-"-.5 . gh 5.5 .' M 5v:52::5r:Sf:52:. SEV. J ' 'dw ' -Li J: 1 .' I -., -1::!5:Q9:5::g -. f1::' 551: .- 1:11 - -.: r:g-:-,. 'Q -!:!."f .z11Y i:: n f: . fs' :zifgfsgiligk ,j?g3ff:c:ff P as n J a ' V " -1 : Wigs .15 . - 5- 9-"' '1i" ' n- ' s w -- if A -qw- f A John Peck Photography Ffh:-' ' ' H1 Lf .K L . ' , I ' 004' 'l x., H Tom Arnerich Business Manager How 'bout that! i fx Q 51 - A 74 '4 r if 1 I "That's nice." .Kd ,, . -'V 'Q' 3 4, "Is The two dollar window. f 'fl this anything like The girls on Mars?" " e N" p"""S Deaobtd 'J I7- rforgv n'ET"E'f il! 4 ST' fXwX Emvoq -.. . oe nrr Nl-Hmmuuw um-fsqg gy!! -f elk I At work? Even Granville has better ideas than fharl ii- L.:-1 ll'l'f-""V7f?5!l'f7'f ' 11,7 'ix'-,4',,.". .J -. 5 i -. .-Q, -. Quik. 4,5 ..f N X R11 - L Mike Nieto Edifor-in-chief - bu..-isis-.955 .-.ro ik . i .i H S X, Q' I r X I 1 M 'f i r 'IW 0 i. ii' 5 fwiiiii' V tif ' , ,J igiiiliii' ' Tn-if -3 'I 'lm' I N H qu, .., ,, fi? -TVX ' 1' 0' 76 Vic Barrera Sports Editor Glruzaher '. 7 42 , -fl ' Y---3 Don Scvino Associate Editor John Stanley and Roger Row Managing Ediror and Photography Editor M Mr Carmel's iournalists, the Crusader Staff, had a perpetual date, every third weekend, with stencils, typewriters, and mimeo- graphing machine. Midnight was a familiar time on These Fri- day, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. The staff has been denied due recognition for a long while, but their efforts have resulted in an outstanding sheet, and they greatly deserve a pat on the back. l l , ,'I. i I l' it Joe Fulton Assistant Editor Ruben Lopez, Make Up Editor, ancl Joe Bonanno, Copy Editor if -Z Bro. FForicis Moderator Julio Lloreda Art Eclitor Q .,..-J riniing E112 E Bin,-5 as. ,. .m"'- fh I ff H86 "MSN -.. . SSAITIA. .LAWJ 'ff - I .ff-9 ,Qu - - -,A ' qu C ,, . as A' Y 'L LM l,4,:'1ne 004' 4.- ,509 4? ' ' tr- 'fx 'Vx J A L Back Raw: D. Tamich, M. Lindsey, R. Mimiaga, M. Kramer, M. Daney, P. Fry, F. Taugher, J. Fulton M Nieto Second Row J Peck E. Eberhard, D. Edwards, N. Gerolamo, J. Lloreda, J. Kirkorn, D. Savino, J. Stanley, J. Bonanno, L Relph Third Row M Gonzales F. Arciga, B. Enright, L. Dorsey, L. Terrazas, J. Liuzzi, P. Neilly, A. Casimano, T. Rasch, P. Blount Fourth Row T Auth L Palmer J. Wachter, R. Lopez, A. Jones, V. Williams, V. Barrera, D. De Mattos, B. Carter, T. Dobson. S-T, -.. 'E wt.y"ti. l' , A! !,,,'2Llf'5f1. ll,-1 Geel Why does Brother have to be so violent? COPY COPY COPY ex X Y S Hourcuil Who 'needs o hcnrcu1'9 Who s that goof sn the buck? Elleiiermensa' Qlluh IT is The responsibility of The LeTTermen's Club To insure order at assemblies and other school functions, and To aid in maintaining The sanitary condiTion ol the school grounds. Mike McKeever Bob Rodnguez PI'9S1d9f1f Vice President Q3 A! 2 F , 71 . ' 9 T ? fo X Y 2 -. Joe FC'5ll"19 J ,X -- " Clarence Goodman Secretary Treasurer Sergeqm gf Arms A f.:: "'lf'N' Back Row B Parsons H Franklin J Fashing B. Leeclom, J. Weepie, G. Steele, G. Johnson, D. Mora M Yost J lbbetson Second Row M Bence K Dupuis L Relph P Smaldino J Williams, E. Mabry, B. Minnig, H. Kanae, A. Reynoso P Leake M NICTO B Held R Nolan R Sanchez Third Row J Short G Florato B. Writer, T. Arnerich, M. McKeever, C, Goodman, M McKeever H Harrington V Barrera 'Eau Queen for a DaY- , ll":'-t1 LU Just Walking in The Rain." , Q'-l H .1 " r ,, A 1f1Q!!!'!p-as-Q.v's,-vw-Hs..-gfqf W . W. H - - V N X V! ,ff ll l l K ' ll- .5121 -41. 31541 Q . "T'?f??f SZ'x 21.13. 255 ' :I an 1 vi FJ lf OWIY hurts for a little while. Mary, Mary, quite contrary . . . l I .Q '50 Fila- , , ll M -J I! 3. ? . Q lv' ii 5: F' 3, if xl fu. Us uw . f 1 ,4i, Q f -.zl .4 I W -. 3 -::: ,As 5, . .ru U' -li fs- FQJ l kwa 4 4. A J 4. if s-- -I.: u .Ji I 'M . ff, w ' 1 S ""' 3,3 ' 3.-': A ' 4-. -' ' f 1 - JJ xr .ni 'E ,4 , 'ua . ' V 1,-f 1. Ji' 'Q L- D -Q s W 1 V. . 1 v fb' '- 15? Q' ag. ,L A 1 S v ' ' . D' Q' S L 1? ar 4 J r . f. A . ,S .,..- nf lxbjar llilppernlzrsz-inten 'Qwi N The Sodality of Our Lady is recognized as a valu- able and noble part of Catholic Action. The Junior and Senior Knights composed the Sodality at Our Lady's School, and sponsored many cam- paigns for strengfhenting the spiritual life "ad gregemf' Greg Bolton Fr. MClTTl'1eW prefect Moderator ,.,- -'Z t,-' gfllxxag EE- X , 'Eiga my Richard Giddens Paul Martin Herb Harrington Vice Prefect Secretary Sergeant-at-Arms l Back Row: I. Ibbetson, J. Tully, L. Relph, M. Loomer, R. Reyes, T. Libby, J. Marin, M. Kramer, A. Mortiney. Second Row: Fr. Matthew lModeratorl, G. Floratos, J. Patron, J. Weepie, P. Fry, J, Benson, T. Smith, J. Fulton, P. Moriarty, K. Hill, M. Lindsey. Third Row: B. Enright, D. Savino, R. Kelley, D. Gehring, E. Maloney, J. Michaeli, E. Fuess, J. Bichlmeier, R. Lopez, M. Nieto, J. Goodwin. Fourth Row: H. Harrington, L. Cain, B. Martello, V. Barrera, R. Nichols, R. Giddens, P. Neilly, B. Turley, L. Fritz, A. Jones, P. Greve, J. Liuzzi, P. Martin. l 8 3 3HIIfIB1'ElEI551TIB1'I The Freshman and Sophomore Knighfs received an infroduclion To The Sodalify, and learned The workings of The organization. They will, most assuredly, work as sincerely for our Lady as classes in The pas? have done, and, by collabora- Tion wiTh her, Their work can nof- but be suc- cessful. Tim Euper Fr. Michael Poffer Prefect Moderator a N 09 le ' 4 V N. A ' E ly ll! If 'T kj T I , X S X W. Preston J. Vykydal M, Hin Secretary Vice-President Sergeant-at-Arms Back Row: R. Haeussler, T. Euper, M. Hirf, L. LeBrane, A. Lubchuk, J. Vykydal. Second Row: Fr. Michael lModeratorl, B. Felch, A. Barrera, P. Blount, A. Jankowski, B. Holcomb, P. Santoro. Front Row: B. Carter, W. Preston, L. Smith, A. Lugo, G. Tigges. iinighi,-fi "Corpus Domini nosfri Jesu C hrisri , , " - 1 . - fs? mx I 1 ,I A rzzsw W -L. Money, money, moneyl Ju Qniinn . ,r . Now you must show charity towards your teachers." "One hundred chance books ecxchy thcfs all l'm asking Glzrlifurnizx girlqulzrz-itil: 7 eilnrzriinn Victor Preside The California Scholastic Federation, MT. Carmel High School Chapter, consists of The honor students in Tho school. By close cooperation with The faculty, The C.S.F. strives for improved student-Teacher rela- tionships, and for sTandardizaTion of Teaching practices within The school. Barrera nt rf? Bob Burgard Lyn Relph Dan Savino Mike Nieto Sgt.-at-Arms Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Fr. McCallen Moderator Back Row: B. Parsons, B. Bienvenue, A, Gessig, M. Moreland, M. Kramer, J. Short, M. Yost, M. McKeever. Second Row: M. Mc- Keever, J. Delaney, D. Edwards, J. Peck, R. Blodnikar, J. Fulton, G. Baham, T. Psornas. Third Row: S. Baham, R. Nichols, J. Sherman, K. Hill, F, Fries, J, Hindinger, D, Mooney, E. Fuess, S. Otto, T. Oberreider. Fourth Row: J. Stanley, R. Granville, J. Uelman, R. Lopez, R. Swintek, G. Dasaro, G. Kuhn, M. Lindsey, F. Taugher, A. Prukop, P. Pomeroy, B. Carter, T. Auth. Seated: B. Burgard, Fr. McCalIen, V. Barrera, L. Relph, D. Savino, M. Nieto. 7 unsimfea Qlluh MW' The debt owed to the Student Booster's Club is an immense one. Its ever-present members were responsible for a zenith in student body cooperation and spirit during the 1956-'57 school year. ,K irwefi l.i:'Ei?,'. Q", L "A -r r "Q", 'W nf' Vx-,I I I r f I .1 sg If i x' ,Al':fviS' .3 'f.' :,, 17I'fgiI.-f1'- . we xg ,tm ,"-r 5 Rl"s'Q- 45 T R7 ' A ,...-"5 'J' - iii: sw? he a.1:..v,..iirlI'flg..- , . , 2-. -,V-4, ,- F-- , ' .Jr -"1 ,fb 1, I, C 1. . M. h Q V . , l . .iwvff 2 R 1 wwf. -1. - - 'i 9 1744, . "59tf:2ll' 'T ' ' ll 'ff' '31 Qiftfrl .l 'fl ,fi 1 . I " 'Q-451 '-.if . - if 1. .. . . .. V .- gi. ,P fe ...I If jaws 6, M '...'f - J - ' 1.-:PQ 7 ' 1 hs ,s 5 I l ' 1 I QN. 4, 'Y President QQ' Irv .t. 'M' 'ZS -s.. fzfq - I 'A it lg... ir: x ' .H I ' M thi'-3-ej.,4ll f2'.Ig..z ... 3 ' R. Mimiaga, J. Ibbetson, P. Fry Treasurer, Secretary, and Vice-President Mr, Boulger Moderator nn. .po ..- -,., .sf 1-J -l 5 Back Row: J. Richer, M. Hamrock, D. Edwards, G. Bolton, P. Greve, R. Nolan, N. Geqolamo, S. Otto, J. Taylor. Second Row: J. Liuzzi, C. Baclgett, B. Saraceno, P. Fry, V. Barrera, M. Nieto, J. Bonanno. Third Row: J. lbbetson, R. Mirniaga, V. Medici, T. Euper, D. Savino, B. Held, L. Cain, L. Fritz, P. Martin. Dan Savino . .- 87 Spnenlq nh The Speech and Debate Club is another group that has enioyed immense success this year. Never before has Carmel won such deserving praise for its efforts in speech competition, and never has Carmel enioyeol such esteem in forensic circles. Pete Fry Fr. Michael Pf6SlCl6f1T Moderator 52'- Mike Lindsey , Jerry Uelmen Vice- President Fl 3 Secreta ry .4- Bock Row: H. Mitchell, C. Purzycki, J. Foshing, R. Mimioga, R. Hauessler, J. Taylor, L. Relph. Second Row: A. Casimano, D. Nurse, T. Smith, P. Neilly, A. Reynoso M. Nieto, Fr. Michael, Third Row: B. Von Berckelaer, B. Carter, J. Uelrnan, P. Fry, M. Lindsey, V. Barrera. p. Where is if? C f .,.. 'nf . V..-f - F- -T-J """"S, 4' l l Fr. Michael and friends. You won the tournament l ! la l Wonl G lrophy mls big l l I MY hero '-J Carmel confscctes hordwu e gl?-VL' llhl I r S ngboilgse' Eagle subdues Lions! O ,fa 0.01 f - .yyf ff' , , 7 -Av 5 xxywf, VVV1, 1 W Hands upllll L T u One of The most populor uppercloss c1cTiviTies is The ShowloooT. The Theme of The "Show BooT" was changed This yecar To "Gay NineTies," ond 5 -N The songs oncl skiTs were chosen cxccorolingly. -.ifw fl The people were Treated To C1 good show, and Q ' enioyeol iT very much. , T l Fr, Morrissey Nliss Korhryn Lujon Moderator Dlreclor LeT's go borbershop. 1 "You were meont for me . . fl! Be qule Bl l nd L1 "On Wcurmg to go on stage the clown beef, girls." -1:1 'Q r 'Arn "To be, or not To be?" 7f?f'f:1::'r'-Vfff-1 .ff- -- .H-..-. ., ,,, ., Watch carefully. 3,- O P? X ,J 91 My baby dOf'1'T love me, no more." "l'll save you, Little Nell." VV . 'U' 4, I l l ,Q--4'1" " "7?1?:ffa,,- -yyiy' Q A K1 Q X. -"fi, 4 X - i-, , X 5-13 .,....n. A , 11 U gg'- , .r,uJ1, 1. .-NOW what do I dO?,, 'S "I love you truly . . N Tr' 71,4 A . 1 ISM F 5 l YY Cheese. ,R zrllg Ulnmmiiiw Student Body officers are automatically members of the Rally Committee. As such, they must haggle for more and better rallies, and co- operate with the Lettermen's Club in conducting and improving these assemblies. They must also exert Themselves physically, setting the gym up for all general meetings ot the students, and cleaning it afterwards. ' u '31 , .tx , .454 L to R Tom Arnerich Marlin McKeever, Ed Short, Fred Taugher, Al Claiborne. Fr. McCollen Advisor 0 Oo oo Ofgl' ca o , fx in t ... .. - ' s L X. -'-" ' ix RUHY Opened Wlll'1 G prayer- V? 4 --f l 5 wr 'V ,,6"J. x 5' 1 Qll' lg X 'N4 AN .if ,. .. Carmel adds another trophy to its realm. Let's beat San Luis 044' his par 'si zrlliez , - . Vs? ft, ?'v'1 Elvis hits Carmel. 'C Here we go, Crusaders OOC I Milk J f 19 DL KIRK Qlluh . ,,h,,N.Mi,P , W , ,, i W-,-,,,, , 1 - ,. ' ,- , ,YY We lg ..Lg-, gf-.. Back Row: D. D'Eramo, L. Osuna, M. Rodriguez, H. Woods, M. Newhouse, G. Bolton, N. Gerolamo, R. Mimiaga, C. Leiter- man, R. Coffelf. Second Row: R. Coroler, J. Lloreda, D. Dahl, T. Aubuchon, L. Grenier, D. Tyree, T. Mareschol, K. Brockus, T. McCarthy. Front Row: R. Souza, H. Mitchell, J. Brunsmonn, T. Scherf, J. Bonanno, J. Diederich, R. Garcia, J. del Castillo, J. Relph, E. Eberhard, R. Haeussler. ffgzrnh Back Row: R. Ponce, N. Chapman, G. Bolton. Fronf Row: G. Rathswohl, J. Barnard, J. Coia, R. Garcia, L. Faustina Under The TalenTed guidance of Mr. Tony KaTics, The Glee Club and Band were The highlighfs of our rallies This year. Their capabilifies were unveiled before audiences of all kinds, Thereby gaining enTry info a new field for MT. Carmel. This was The firsT year ThaT The Glee Club has made public appearances before large groups, and The band is presenfly in a process of expansion, wifh an eye To The fuTure. Qlllfw if , ll l?,1 x.! 0 4' 'jlllllmfrl uf' Ili """' 5. .l:J" , l I l l Ili! 1 'll l -136 5v,1,fx.i "' .532-xf'-PI X' I 55 5 J x. Command Performance You Ain'T Nothin' . . Fr. McCallen 4 anne si: f E 'Y f Moderator Tom Arnerich ' ' Chairman 2 .3 5 AI Prukop Q, A, n cf., ,.-....,5.. 1.6.- fqx I X . XV .l , , 5 53 i I EJ I F a s ,,.- N f "' KXLJ XD if 1 gi? Marlin McKeever Q9 "Whadd'ya mean, rummage sale?" l as it Wl'1en's The party sfari? . E -1 Ed Short I ' !.r 'V Gil' r my A pb P. 5xi'l"N 3 . Fred Taugher Glnmmiiiw IT was The work' of The Dance CommiTTee To sTage The many successful and enioyable dances l ThroughouT The year. On an average of once a monTh, They assumed The responsibiliTy of run- ning The evening's enTerTainmenT. Carmel dances Fmfm are known for Their Triendly and informal aTmos- phere, and many new and lasTing acquainTances were made aT These evenTs. 7lliuS1 f, Qc. 1 K-ry All of This planning . , , Al Claiborne 5 ggi" :ge- . --olv, iw '?j"r ci cs:-2' 'M y if l . l if Clarence Goodman Q 1 ' ' Mike McKeever . . . for This? fs V f ,1- 'U' A ,st ibn- Al Reynoso Keifh DuPuis Greg Bolton F151 99 4 EIIUZBB' nh Love me 'render . . Me, o wcll-flower? Frosh Hop. M.C. Ballroom. urs 4 21111121-21 Night Lights. Swing and Sway. Autumn Nocturne. , T J f 3, I i Dx T' . R . . . 1 gi " X A f . D I 1 fi iv What are you looking cf? 's l as' iguzatnr Qlluh The wonderful success ot student turnouts at games and other activities can be largely at- tributed to the publicity received from our Poster Club. Thanks to this group, all events were well advertised and consequently much more '73 W - Wi' u 'J A V enloyable. 'ul b l . l M t I ji..-' lf, lx - is im an Julio Llorecla Mr. Bustamante President Moderator LM Q.. - 'Il eQVb Yin M2155 ' ELF? 5? it 5 3+ J'. I' ' ' I fc +G- Q u f ii. 47 QMQT. it " v ' l "Law SF: - . -K. .- ,.. . "' W ,'l"f". 3 ' -1 ---T 1? .s ff'-Iifiifvtll' - M. .-Q ', 'f': F 111 .qv-5 .f 4- re- -- '- f"'A lieu' '-4. .1 ., J" ll- l""?'Qf ' A -fiffff ' '.--ff-1Jg..QS5Fvj'-j.f.v1,, i ' "xiii, F' 1 'arisin- '.f i xml? . ' ." i 1 -' 1 x ii., , 4 '15, - .' fo. is .Q l 3 OO DEPOSIT 1'-sill , V, Q . .3 1 H vff...l ap 1 Back Row: T. Dobson, H. Woods, P. Neilly, R. Weiss, L. LeBrane, A. Lubchuk. Front Row: T. Ramirez, R. Lopez, J. Lloreda, T. Auth. rum Cqummiiiw When They begon plcinning, The Prom ComrniTTee Telf Thcif They were oleoling in high finance. BUT The overwhelming success of The evenT iusTifieol The expense. Due To The prudenT cirrongemenfs ond prepc1roTior1s mode by The CommiTTee, This yeor's Prom shall remciin in The hecirTs of The sTudenTs for mcxny yeors os The climox oT Their high-school ocTiviTies. Tom Arneruch Fr McCollen Choirmon Moclerofor I 'll ' l , l ggg iggg x Q iiir Hill 'l' Y ' . ' EEE EEE ,gzgii ' 1 if K 1 l I' . ,-.f 4.4 Fred Tcugher, Ed. Short, Al Prukop, Marlin McKeever, Al Claiborne 515' Lien Memories are mode of This. I5 ,T Worm ,fo 7 B5ll1IEIl Gluntmiiiee 1 -r. ' l l m. I I K .. .. - i . .A l Tom Arnerich Chairman L. to R.: Ed Short, Fred Taugher, Al Claiborne, Marlin McKeever, Al Prukop. The Festival Committee was instrumental in the general good outcome of our festivals. The Committee primarily organized all the student help that was necessary and took charge ot the raffle funds. ln addition to these services, they cooperated with both the Mothers' and Fathers' Clubs at the festivals to insure the traditional smooth procedure. Bro. Lawrence Advisor in NQAQ l.ll 1 20 3 .sung ffkk i, Put that dime back. It goes round, round, round. 4 sw Number thirty-four's the winner. The Brains and The Brown. inks I 53 X 1 , H S X A 4 What c mess! ! ! fx' m P' -3 -I m,'4 if e- l think if's fixed. -L Who says men aren'f the best cooks? Nun Y ' '-41? In 105 Cglmnilqnrzi 7 Qlluh TEH f The numerous and varied Tuncfions of The Mothers' Club -TY ZNX . . . . PAP- never seem To receive lusf approbahon. The reason is ob- viously ThaT The Mothers are responsible for so many im- "' i Y ' provemenrs here aT MounT Carmel 'rhaf They cannoT be enumeraTed. We can only Thank Them sincerely for The many 'S 5' 'S Things They have alone. Q I """ -X 5' i Fr, Morrissey Moderator i ltr: CZ 3 ' L l I L. to R.: Mmes. Macintosh, Arnerich, Brigonte. L. to R.: Mmes. Ono, Monera, Polhamus. Going. QOWQ ' ' 4.1 H i E I E! l'JQ S' me ji -X I 18 J' 76 5 O N 62-7. Lo .' S-11 gd 0' '25 W- KL., 4, 1, X Q bs IVA? Q 'V ...nu I 1952 . . J 1 n xx - T--' Q w , ' .Q Qxc- "Pass the bread." rf VI .KJ yn, L ,Lf 5 , 1-x.,.6 0 'lf . "And We Gring 0 NSW haf -5 The Ukrcmion Rite is explained fo the Mothers' Club. "ls my name down?" "We wish To fhonk e vestments used Waiting for1he nex1 course. f B' "You mean that all the rocks arc-:n'f in my son's head?" IO9 7 6Ifl1BI,5 Qlluh X r QE kj Fr. Carter Moderator The Fathers' Club accepted the responsibility of managing Athletic Contests for Mount Carmel. They sold tickets, programs, and refreshments, and aided the general success of sports this past year. -f i Messrs. McCrimmon, Hurray, Arnerich. fj Q a "Xt W ,ra . .Q 1 Mr, Gehring and Mr. Brigonte A A Q A If Q X,T'1v,.f-AN y t, ,gg W 'V X M, 1 L I ff N 24,4 nr Q NM' X- Befledicfion 1 .. . 4 .. fN And In concluslon . . . Q as Q3 fb , Hut hen hom 115 f Q i T3 X -Agp -?,,...-1.. X 'I 6,-if ,if y - 35. W f Q1 H ,SK ,,, 1 s'?f'PM 'K N Q I O Page 25 is on article on - " n , wg 4 Q, I1 Q-e 5+ ri M, W 'if-.M I 15 I! IZW. -I . -Q 'ii ,. 1- :, -- - 1. - 1. -J ' .lAgP'vv,1 ' ' i Y Q ' Z x -- , N vu., L' " 1-J 6 - 'M . vw' .. -.M 'mu wx TFT. -r'-Lili 1.1.1, , V, , Memory method is shown to Fathers' Club. 7 AE Father listens cttentlvely, . . ,... .. jg,-fworfiwj C, 'WF-4"'l ' ""'1' " 1 'Ji V V 4 . ff'- ' C 77 Y Qfff' - ., " in' -' -""'X ' 'V' -' " ' 'A I , r , 'f .Yf5 5. ' ' 1 1 H. b Ta' ' ,P ", 'I ' 4 Y"V,Qr 'A - --4 . :' .' e .,f . --. l 5, Nfl . . .,,, gn, Q R V: , lvl "i -r .W-4, a . , ',.gq.4::,,,e!Af - N U K rf fl Ml, 5,55 rw-4 2 ffm sl f,',Ql awe 111 L' 'LC' .Sl .A i, lib ,E 'QE lg , s- I: , : rj -'W it fl 1 .ri I lk . 1 , I . U ssl' Fathers' Club brings Pool Anderson to Carmel. I 2, 000 ff I l 'UA 417 L 71311 Qlluh The swimming pool, the basketball courts, The table Tennis equipment, all These are available, so why not let the students make use of Them in their spare Time? This was the guiding query behind the formation of The "7Oll" Club. The members use the facilities on Sundays, and have a very enioyable time. AI Reynggg Bro Lawrence nemnniua Glluh G' E' l c Q? ff ,. fmr 3 A QQ Z A Q Bock Row: J. Ernst, G. Richer lPresIden1l, M. Niero, D. Martini. Second Row: L. Osuno, R. Granville, M. Lindsey, M. Hirf, J. Fulton. Front Row: J. Uelman, E. Fuess, R. Brown, Br. Francis lModeraforl. Ennis Glluh Back Row. T. Hemerlein, J. Goodwin, R. Haeussler lPresiclentl, M. Hir1', R. Mimiaga, Fr. Michael, lModeratorl. Front Row: J. Benson, B. Holcomb, J. Sweeney, F. Arciga. CEM Qlluh 41-31 l . 1, 9:32339 r l Qelxixf A r 13" -'ofxx i 1 0 9 X ,.. I If 'slxllx n yd, X in s 7 r ' 2 0 J Bock Row: R. Haeussler, D. Martini, A. Marfiney, R. Mimiaga. Second Row: J. Sherman, R. Granville, D. Scott lPresidentl, B. Martello, B. Tigges, J. Bichlmeier, F. Arciga, T. MaTt,G. Powell, From Raw: R. Lopez, J. De Hoskey, B. Kropach, A. Lugo, N. Lc Mere, C. Bahcim, T. Sfehlyg L. Terrozas. riznrn Qlluh ll6 Bock Row: J. Lair, B. Burgard, W. Rohrbacher, S. Otto, T. Hemerlein, Fr. Gabriel iModeratorl, G. Richer, E. Eberhard, G. Otto, M. Nieto, F. Taugher, L. Relph, J. Fulton. Second Row: G. Liebscher lPresidenTl, J. Michaeli, J. Peck, J. Ernst, J. Goodwin, D. Scott, K. Hill, J. Benson, G. Floratos. Front Row: G. Scherf, E. Del Castillo, R. Nichols, J.Bichlmeier, R. Granville, P. Neilly, B. Turley, J. Sherman. CT QQ? .-I 5- WT? C DOOE D Q ffllf Z v-XJ '? Q5 zrhin Glluh N. YR' 'xiii' 4225 age-V 'X- Afiibb 40 1 X , ig? 19 ff-:eff J Back Row: G. Liebscher, C. Prenfiss, M. McGrath, Fr. Gabriel lMocleratorl. Second Row: J. Escalante, T. Scherf, J. Uelmen. Front Row: H. Lopez, S. Baham, H. Sierra. Ellsriin Glluh ge 0254 Q09 l xv: 1 ,intl ,, l Back Row: M. Kramer, R. Haeussler, G. Liebscher, B. Menicucci, P. Moriarty, N, Gerolamo. Second Row: E. Fuess, J. Fulton, J. Sherman, Fr. Bernarcline lModeraTorl, P. Blount, D. Nurse. Kneeling: R. Granville, J. Stanley, V. Barrera lPresidentl, D. Savino, J. Liuzzi. Y, 4 nmnrraiir Clluh Buck Row: M. Loomer, J. Uelmcm, M. Niefo IPresidentl, Fr. Potter CModerc1orl. epuhlirzm Iuh U T 'Lf X , '7 7 1, , 4. 25 3 Q.2 Back Row: Fr. Potter lModeraforl, T. Hemerlein, L. Relph, L. Fitzsimmons, G. Leibsher. Frronf Row: T. Libby, E. delCustillo, M. Lindsey lPresidentJ, B. Carter, J. Taylor. 118 Q! fi? Z 1 I 1 0 0 I T' - ff' f f ...l11 lfgblsillll Xll uf? IX fx xl, VFQVJQ N , X - f Ighuiugrzrplgg Qlluh 3 J? . 'Y TQNA 1-- 'ffx 'L - Bock Row: M. Loomer, D. D'Eramo, L. Fitzsimmons, R. Row, J. Peck, L. LoBrc1ne. Front Row: Bro. Francis lModeroTorJ, P. Neilly, L. Osuno lPresidentl, B. Turley, L. Terrozos. ru:-rqasninrfs' lub Buck Row: J. Fernandez, W. Moller, T. DePc:ss, B. Holcomb, L. Smith, T. Takeda, J. Sweeney lPresidentl. Front Row: Mr. Vincent lModerc.1Torl, P, McCue, W. Tracey, P. Neilly, G. Junkowski, G. Tigges, D. Hollow. ,' . or . iiwl , . X C9 mm A 4 to CLI uc , W I 119 XP Wv.y.ng?CfQlQgO f.:..QAEx. m9 '---I' V Q ,455 9 '-- A - . I-1 Qksjvj S 'X-.,,f'vX - .A-.J , I-A , 5i,1'i' ' a x'.sg4Ii"'- 3 'Y 'Z -H M ,- +. N ' ' ?s"A"i,A W f i A -ff. A -f -..'a,AQlq Efvpt I M -wx 4,-P ,Y . . ,- 1 . - W kk f.2gAi?'6 e.A4'1Afs'6 3i'."a"" -:fa-'fi l.0A92 Sk ,ff fx x I - .y .V ,xx 4 . w ,f YN f W Ill rm if f' s A X? f ' fi? AN xiii 'N X fa I 'f-1 ' 1 I n f . -""'f1-'.2rfMif I X ' - PM fm, ,A,Vl 0,1,,5,j.,,,,,,,,1Q Ml: Al' V ! 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Q K V-q"r?:-.s?:J1'fr?' 31.4 -Y-V L"',,'iS3L?.-':,h 3-P . '. x:4..,A L1-U '-- ," ,.'!-VUL . .L . '-pxug? WJ' ,Lv '-1-7 'A'j,' .'x .M-15-'r , 'I 4' , -i .. N-N" ,K V '1R?.?:-if-F.-r,,5, "H" . .'- M54 H' V fffg- -1 4 ' 1Y,. 'qu' g . Q" " ,f . :1-"A --- Q-Fir 'L-"'r,glf" C " 'V g,'A"e,'3'v-4-MQ", QA 1 - M. .1-.yi-'A ' 9' 'fd , , I .,A, W -, xr , , 4 ,QL ,A J -. 'gd ara-riig 7 nnihzrll lf There is any person who can poinT To his record wiTh pride, ThaT person is Mr. Jim Williams. In his Three years aT Carmel he has won The league championship in TooT- ball Twice, The Junior VarsiTy championship in baskeTball once, and his Track Team Took Third in The C.l.F. in 1956. His personaliTy permeares all his underTakings, and he has a sTrange knack for bringing ouT The besT in any boy who comes To him for assisTance. gc., 1 -. ,- ri rf-fi Mr. B. J. Andorka Line Coach T, , ,. K. ' fi jiri is 4 lf lf L ,A T fr., Mr. Jim Williams Head Coach Mr. Andorka is iusT possibly The besT line coach ThaT Carmel has ever had. Two good proofs of This are The lines ThaT he has Turned ouT in The pasT Two years. BUT his work does noT end wiTh The pounding of shoulder-pads. He has worked, incessanfly, To improve sTudenT body spiriT Through songs he has composed, skiTs he has conTrived and numerous oTher simple buT eTTecTive devices. A i 9 Q Q i film ' aj N QL he Q 3- ww , :J M , . jf Opponent San Luis Obispo Notre Dame . . . Saint Anthony . Cathedral ..... Serra . . . Loyola . . . Cantwell .... Pius ......... Riverside ..... Antelope Valley Sambo rambles. Al Prukop - ' f ff? T WiTh a display of iTs defensive power, holding wiThin The Ten yard line a ToTal L "7 of six Times, Carmel sTarTed iTs march Towards The Top of The league sTandings ' f ' ' by deTeaTing a Tough NoTre Dame Team, i2-6. The firsT half was op'rimisTic Tor KnighT roolers, as N.D. Took The lead and held iT. IT was noT unTil laTe in The Third quarter ThaT Floyd Cox wenT over righT Tackle for TorTy-five yards and a Tie game. Jim Brown 'rallied nexT, To puT The Crusaders in front To sTay. Wifh This win, Carmel began an undefeaTecl league season, and undispuTed TirsT place. " ,'Z"e ,, .3-K as-J", : F A Mike McKeever Joe Pushing y,.,-...w---,.:..-W.--ee. eff f -M- Harry Franklin Clarence Goodman s , f in 1, 4 I v- Q? Las 3 v A X X V ,.f T -T"ff-"3 ' ' .j 'T . 'S rf." ff, .' " l . ra T I y . - 3 1 b ' 3 A 9, ll-"-TISQQ. ...lm ., F' .. e,, ,., ,YW ,, i T ,,,, , N -1 Bob Rodriguez X '77 Y iii Dove Franco 10? gp, 3, Marlin Mclieever Q 1, U I 1 .. .. g rl D4 , - tv f AA TL, Q-' ' 147 A v'i ,IWC--f 0 X n - J '81 K. 1 l yi gf' y ' H' 9 9 vr'P i l . J..- l":1'1 i - : , , - .- . 3 . Q - ' .qj .U l NM AI Reynoso .wvls ,,,, ' lg 4 ,-at--N, H Jw . A 'la ' -- tal. "Al ' -1 ' -'.1 '51 5 '- - X Starting the season by meeting the two strongest teams in Catholic 5-4 . League competition, Carmel was barely able to slip past an inspired St. Anthony's team, Again, the Brown Clads were behind at half time, and only tied the game early in the fourth quarter. A stalemate seemed to be in order as Carmel was stopped on the one-yard line and the Saints took possession. But defensive end Joe Fashing stopped Allan Roman in The end zone on the next play, and the gun went off with St. Anthony on the short end of an 8-6 score. Prukop 'round the bend. 1-4-4. - Jim Weepie ' i:-MQLJ1-'1-frzy1'1 ' ' fr - f - "' ' " - - 1 - "' .. , . . ., . . ,. .Y, .--, -mnf.mM.,,.x.,Q.n ..,w, ., . ,- --L- -1- - if ,.. .,., C Bob Burgord if Howard Kanae 9 . ml 3 3 , 'f I T , I 1 as Bernie Held 3, V . I ,151 -.ia 1' '.,.m-l C' if A ,nn 32 T is E , 7 Tll o l c Barrera -- A U 4 , . T. X ,XV . ge-,LDV 'C , The Third vicTim To run afoul of The Crusader execuTioners, Caihedral, was . Q' 'A 'i blanked, 26-O, in a fog-bound conTesT. IT was in This game ThaT Carmel ., 7 firsT displayed superior offensive power, anol, wiTh some fine defensive I , .V sl play augmenTing The oTher half of The game, The CarmeliTes romped To 9 kc -' Q., , The Tirsf convincing win of The season. Mickey Bence The Kill! 1g,,,g g I got 'im, I got 'im . . A much-heralded Serra ball club was next in line, but Their press clippings produced no visible effect on the spirit of the Crusader squad. On the second play from scrimmage, haltback Harry Franklin scampered 60 yards to the Serra Two, and on The next play the first of tive touchdowns was scored in shutting out The Cavaliers 33QO. The Gardena Gamblers could not get a drive formulated, plays That had clicked the week before gained nothing, and their claim to "class" had to be abandoned. Came the tinal gun, There was no doubt as to where the class lay, and the Crusaders had made it Tour straight. Pat Lea ke as X , V V,A"WW' If. K, Keith Du Puls ,431 is gg A' mi-nur" ii L, F' i' : NL!! L 1 Mike McDonald Eddie MUb'Y Greg Johnson qw . . ' r a 'N l l ! 3 Q f 1 ' A 4 ' 5 ar . F X l . . ....I" ,X -. ,,., 4 .r-g Q., 'Q - -H ...tv .lim Brown .3 . it 'vig' V I 1 A 4169 Bill Watson -. - . ,- , . -A 4 wx I-1.-'fill' 'PF .-T f, A -A VW J . ,3,g,.v'. V Fx-U' Q5-,,fi,,.lLM3iL5,,:-fl ' ,f."NW+Q.fl'Q f' Ag J Y - 'V . .W-" 1 'f -. - 1" , . ,.f . - -,, .' Q,--...1 .1-f T T , , ' ' .. ,- Q. ' ' 1. ' , l T -., js -q, " ' ' fl f - fill-T T' i in 4 va T. . l T lm, 1 i..,.L'i.i A V , . px, ii 5 V, 1- .l " ,..,,.,y ' i H Y ' L X Yu I 1 L., .:- i N- ... - 1 --1 fl Marlin knifes Through 4-.T -, ,', Y. . 31. . E1 i L if Adding CanTwell To The impressive sTring of vicTories proved an easy Task for The Crusaders. Carmel Took The lead early in The firsT quarfer, when Bill Wafson infercepfed CanTwell's inifial pass and Took if ThirTy-five yards To goal dusT. The nexT Carmel score came on a fiffy yard pass from Al Prukop To Harry Franklin. In The nexT Three quarters Mounr Carmel rolled up an insurmounTable 39-O lead before The Cardinals were alale To score. This come laTe in The TourTh quarter, when Canfwell bulled Through a Tired Crusader defense. Final score: 39-14. X-s C l Torn Brigame Pere Arturo Maurice Kramer ?".4i ,nl H11 . ' it , H Y . 5551-.-5f J' ,f-.Mi . 4 , T ' ' A ' 8 'Q' 'F-C . Q W , 1 . ,V 1 , Q 1 . - V ,A 'fi - l " :F .f Has' i W' D ,ij T- - L i ll' A523154 JL " , . .. J-f"' T f ',.X,,i...,' ' V577 Q A - . ll . I, I W I H .. 1 Nl s - , f ' ' -' r Q Sw-gi Q TTT-qv 1 f 12'-FI 9 Loyola, one of the weaker teams in the league, lived up to its reputation, as Carmel rolled over them, 20-12. lt might appear, at first glance, that the word "rolled" is an exaggeration, but this relatively low score does not halt Tell the story. 183 yards in penalties is an immense number in any man's loook. 14 Gerald l-Udmlloull N i 'K' -f . .X , I ' -5 J' ft HL I f " r fll5wf:'!':f., ",!".1j??" I 7 Q ,fr .- Jiv- L-fy. .4 V ' ' 1 ', vg"1'd,'. -'Ping d A 1 ' I Y . YA ' . J 41 7 'J J, 'IW H . V. 4gl1,f " ' ' Jeff , .- Shoestrings and broken fingers. Dick Lame Bob Bienvenue Kermit Alexander 1. A ,G so a i , . i 'l ll., it D i- s s ef' O 1 nf!" k"1 'Q .vip 'l , I ,o-.- l . Joel' N X T. - .v ,. Harry eludes tockler with swift, deft action. The lost gome of the lecigue season proved to be no tougher than the rest for the Cru- soolers. Mount Cormel scored on the first series of clowns, ond from thot time on, Pius was never in contention. The contest was simply o breather, in preporotion for the forthcoming C.I.F. ployofts. Alvin Katz V - W I 'Ci5L.,g,M:f 1 i 3871? x, ,, an -, , . Y . . gn 5541: 'Agf- i 1" A' ' N 'L T -'55 i Joe Rondlemon Tom Fitzgerald Bob De Rosa ' r ,ei P 1,-,i .- r ". x I L 'Q ' Nl-"X ,:"iL 5 Klum?-Twx , . E si: " F . h lb ': '. me 147' X , -A it . I X 4 J if :Jr 4 nl 'I 'ra 6 'Q' va ,Ms Q - 1'-v ' "' '- Q-Q7 'i. -af' PaT Smaldino Richard Giddens Jim Goodman . as U Y x ' 9 ,li N " f Gary Baham - f.,-12 , ,,' ' .sz 'J J. U-5' - - T' q.- T-IT? -1-1194. F. , , 'fu '--.4 T . ::.'f"'5 -1 ' 46- ' .--L' ' 'v '-':fi":"T,T ' ' ' '3 g qllv i Y , V . ,. 292' CQ:-,jf -ss . 4 I T Interception! Tom Mareschal BoasTing an undefeafed season, and voTed To a ranking in The C.l.F., Carmel Traveled To Riverside, To blank a spirifed Bear Team, 19-O. Riverside's ace Tail- back, ArT Gilmore, was complefely conTained for The TirsT Time This season, TesTiTy- ing To Carmel's sTrengTh. BUT The nexT week proved To be Carmel's undoing, as They losT The hearTbreaker To AnTelope Valley, 14-13. ,. -, ' T T ' 31.1 1 Y " A fit: T - f -lffb? 1- r- 'M' - ies-1-L. , V, 5 .YJ ' , fav- . '-vpf' - ,H - 'E X ly T- TT Q f-,Q f? J L-. I -Q x 1, 32 1? 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Xlmllu plox.-.I lulll.: L '11ii'vu:Il.ii1 I-l -.iu:--, 4,lxlu'll.l'.-1x'.i,:- l11-..u.l- 11.41 : . 1 NDM -P .sl ARLIN MCKEEVER IS EMPHASIZED AS THEY REACT WITH IDENTICAL EXPRESSIONS TO COACH'S CRITICISMS ps win Prize -. -.- 1 i NG PARTNERS In .1 lili--In--iii! 4'-ir. i'i ll- lX"' N' " l"'1-'il""i"' 1 '...xu'l'Iii:-x .li I 1-:H-li "T T1 "" "'ll' -' i'i"""' in if-1 Mi if 1 9 Q2 WORKERSN-in 'Ii 'iff-' VAT7' f Ur ' Because acting formula for T UL . WHISKS . .l. 'fi 'X ,,. . x , - see H 'K .Tl ll' "X, . "l A r , 'T 5 gi - 1-E vi Q , -v. .r, iii f ?f' if A T if if 113, . .-Qg-514 ?"1Efew" X., f".. . ,. Wktrdlk ......e.., . The "Crusader AThleTe of The Year" award shovvh above is given each year by The ediTors of The Crusader To The aThieTes who have con- TriIouTed The mosT To The school. This year The edifors decided for The TirsT Time To elecT co- recipie-nTs of The Trophy. They ore Mike and Marlin Mclieever. P' C" 4 4 Not to be outdone by the Varsity, the J.V.'s also stormed through an undefeated season, bring- ing home some plate of their own. They were undoubtedly the strongest team, and entirely deserving of their crown, as they went through to the fifth game before any team scored on them. This team is one more addition to the greatest year that Carmel has experienced, and proof of the fact that Our Lady of Mount Carmel will smile on dedicated boys it they do not let her down. 'L EL H' r - x .- ' ' N , 1 Q 'QQO nf . YA pri - -M64 rl ,A ',.x,U.:.lj 'Urgff W ilfffr N-',:,M.L' QL' 'T 2:1 if . v.,,,: - " Q. --.J ' Q + ' 2iTiif :ira, f, :QS ' 2 - Meg 'ae:fm1 :n . :H:,..g. ,I "5, '54Fif -if-'. f Iv . u- -.-wlwsgf? -V---H .1 "L"--' ' we 'V 1 . -' sfufaiv-"f, "I:-L'-'V -eff-:1 . 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BUT Carmel won many more friends in defeaf Than she could have in winning, noT only be- cause of The fine Team, buf also The excellenf sporfsmanship dis- played. 1 J ,qdgil aggf YW5V V: 1.92 ' f if :Jiri gb i .gay 9152535 ,xv f Agiiiif ljfgnvfgi g- Q "fag -9:-ff 1 ir RHQ4 QKR M M.C. 78 78 67 63 57 48 M.C.I.T. 64 77 58 57 Compton 60 63 59 51 142 Mom Takes iumperl , Parsons scores, topples the Moors. Dorsey . . . Riis ....... Venice ...... Washington . . . Westchester .... Compton . . . Mission . .... St. Monica . . . Serra ....... Notre Dame . . . . . Tournament ' Excelsior ..... Newport Harbor Centennial . .. St. Anthony . . . M.C. OPP 60 Cantwell .... . . 42 55 St. Anthony . . . . . 37 60 Pius X ...... . . 39 60 Cathedral . . . . . 37 65 Notre Dame . . . . 48 65 Serra ..... . . 45 47 Loyola .. . 35 67 Cantwell . .. . 51 42 St. Anthony . . . . . 40 77 Pius X ...... . . 35 33 Cathedral . . . . . 48 63 Notre Dame . . . . 50 50 Serra ....... . 39 73 Loyola . . . . . 54 PLAYOFFS 62 Alhambra ... .. 45 49 Sweetwater . . . . . 41 63 El Rancho . . . .. . 53 54 El Monte . . . , 55 J fav ..-1' QQ Q45 X XX, , - 6 6 s -' Fl ' M L " f 1 ,Zu Q .. If rf 2 E N, DVM- If " r ,A H. sf it a . ! K I f Kw-im? " ' f Y F F 1 1 , I ' f'f 7' ff, W. ax ua A vefaq ,Ii ay. XRQEA1 1 W 655 'affffh' ' if ZA ffl, .1 I 1f!.v'Ifjx 1 ",. ra' '11,,g.i , Y I A V . ...T ., , .- 'ij 'If ,i '-'1f:75f 'Ii-' .A 'Li J, . V ,N H 0' ml .M N- A ' , r'L.gi' 'S . 'I5m'rf'1L V' ISE-VA Y ., I, . 5. - vq1v,1..g, wifi' X, A -, , V .:,. '-pf, I' v- . ,9 ery- I 5-ww. X .QQ-N' .S -1 ffsaw W L "fm-...r ,. Ry vw-w -Xi. . 1- 1 . ., ,-- M gg f' 11. 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QV 3 -ve l I , xf 9.0066 1 fa il 9' if 5 ymuks 43 2 X M -'RS Q '99 ky: ,,..Q., '?fi5f99' D I ff0ff'Q" -' .-.- f 21.55156 Q43 . :JW -- .. 4-3. 3 P ug ivy ' 1 "-15.755 A .v-. 4.'F . .lf 'WK Ev '-'ix 2 K .:, W P ...... V5 f togeth Porky Plows a' ' liz Q 'r v sf g iv I 1 v "?J JJ h6,0'Q,J N wk 1' f N , 5521 Mft" 33.34 I -WL L' 'f"t7t'a:5f vw., ,. 4 Fg. L L un +L 4 , 'C' r Q 14 'lj P Y 124 .4 H f s Q, :- 1 e I i X, A.. . Q sig, ,YW Ulbu Q 9 ......--- Q ' gs' , ,y x 1 XV '?v64q?' fl ' 1 ' A RV v , ,gd 1 me ' 1 4 ,IV ., b- 9 ' Q Q. J -m C' K' w Q MarTy Boulger Coach In consideraTion of The facT ThaT mosT of The members of The Junior VarsiTy Team played To- geTher for The Tirsf Time This season, Their pro- gress- was unbelievable. They goT a slow sTarT in preseason games, buT aT The end of CaTholic League CompeTiTion The J. V.'s were deTiniTely in TirsT place, wiTh a season record of Twelve wins and Two losses. 7 BB 511111 611212 7 2151221112111 Experience teaches certain Things that can not possibly be gained in any other manner. The Bee and Cee Basketball Teams fur- nish This experience, and Teach the boys sportsmanship. They also provide many valuable ad- ditions To the future Varsity teams. Mr, Bichlmeier Cee Coach Mr. Ambord Bee Coach ,! 1 t ., Practice makes perfect. Mathis G Basaro R Whalley, J. Brunsman. Middle: E. Lumas, V. co R Swintek J Russo BotTom N. Chapman, P. Fleming, A. Maytorena, Top: L. Lebrane, J. Tromley, J. Powers, T. Chavez Middle J Ory K. Alexander, A. Katz, J. Chapman. BoTTom: B. Mallet E Canfey G v" 7 - . Zn X U 44 1 l I X X V l . F22 "You tell 'em Coach ,- A 4 , a ' I I , I 1 ' I Q r 4 ' 1 . u I l,fxl 'jnr , ,n A 1 ' I 1 ll , L ' ' r m if ' , n . , o f I I I I p n 1 , D ' ,.f- W r - r A 1 , E ,I Q 1 If , , , , . . . . fs ,.f -E xl! MN ws it EQ'- VN'-"4 Q fix ara-friig Eg5I5BlIEIll While not receiving the publicity that is afforded other maior sports, baseball is nevertheless a game of undying popularity. The partici- pants learn to work together, combining the qualities ot teamlvvork and coordination that have become symbolic ot this great American pasttime. The 1957 Team, coached by Mr. Marty Boulger, had a moderately successful season, but lack ot sufficient preparation and student body support hampered the realization of their true potential. Bottom: R. Sanchez, T. Fovvle, R. Sutter, F. LoNigro, P. Smaldino, G. Florcltos, R. Mora, P Leake Top M Boulger J Weepie J Cady W Leedom W Parsons A. Reynoso, E. Eberhard, J. Randleman, L. Parrenf. .JM 7 J," - A. ,lj,'f"!Dff .NSW , e f.. ,.'ig,,:i,i3a,,. A but X I' r X. 'fl ' Ju I X. Q- x 4 l at K Pse,j.:avL 1 1 5 1, Q. 1 . 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'1 4 lu 4 '51 -S' v i' ghx , "'r wi,4' . -' ,Ag - - ""' -f J' 'f u , ' -'-6232 - ' x 9'-FJvd"F1U4Nf.ff'?gf: " .A Ti ' .- -'film "V-f""'i' Dick Mora Strike two! He's out. ,tg 'X m JP' " ph- 1 .Q T Stretch Al! ,.,.., , gp yenvlqv 1x '51 -21 John Cady Ron Suffer Bill Parsons W e :V .2 5 1 ' QE? ' Vl gjzf 1 Aw --A ki' 2 l' ' i V' 14, A I n 'V I. M 353- X' fig! W 1 Q' - fiQ 3 ,-vs ' I 1 ,. , X I M. Q . ,Y A Q, Ev-N: ' . ,- 'Y as ,,- li Af? I ' 'A' l X., - sq., "ff-fir , . ,i ' 1 K vf sr Y", 1 A. w e ll 5' I f -1 Af . g f e A . ., an 5 I 1 h rf ff N. A three bugger for Mora. W U , 2 . its A - II ffl -dw-dh ' ' 1 , V xx ll ll 0' W ' f . , , I ' min iii' 1 U Q ' f ' :b,3f',m,L,-31. y u .il Fig' Nt::n:l 1 " ' ' o ll 4, 4 4- - .' '44 4 Q Q?,'Ig-5 '. . f-. 'E - 9.5.1 ,, 2 Q -0- 4 ,J ,. Ax A ,A ,., ,qfgin L -715.74731 G , f- ,W : ,, ' L ,, gk., V, fa ,V W - Q 5, , Affigifisfgl'-euf,-.',,..34 - "' 1 e , ' ., h ' V ' ' -'fish A , "T f , U di' 1 wa. its ' 'A 'V--X A !."V ' ' J. - . , . X : . e - v ' .Wg , ' , " in ua-: .1 " 5 . h' ' A mf' ' 4 ' 5 -' h 5"f'v ef ' f ' "" "Q, ' " " 4' ' A " ff- 'P ' " .- D' A T-sg,-111, ,: .--f'f'y:gLf.f2" "TM hh ' ' ' .f Y ' ' ' - .gn '. --J: -5 , - 1-.'1 .. 1 3-7, , Q 1- I ' 1,3 LJ.: j- ..,p?,Tn-3,,,g.g,g-'. -5 F' - J:-L1 A fi 'gang 3 .. I iA f.E', in N .51 - -Y Y 'eg , 1,4186 ., I , M no i . , - Y. - V 1 k ' V - 'I ' ' " ' V.: YF 4' L ,-:Y W V- ' V, i"l:,Q'iS1gki'f7.,-I-.Lfg-1.4, 74, - . .r J- ' -' . -- 4- 1' ,. 'M J- +,'vw,,V. ,- , - --e - . e-QW " ' ' T ,, ,fx . , . ., f- '-w-""f....f1a- "HT 1 N "'-15 ' " 3 b ' 5' 'i,- 5 , M - --- f ' J'-5'-.17:i" -11,-gi. 'ii if? -5 ,K ,QQ-f.'. L 'Y ' 'L m, 4 Where did it go? Sutter hurls Cl fast one. ,,gu',- R'-.L-.-9...:a 'V 4 , Q-LAM , . -..V M ,., ' 'l, f' 'Y' 'i -' :TE A- JV va X 9 1 X "' EN - in J . in Q- if - -'raw A ' A - ' - ,A . ,,' . -,, -.-Q.-j,.Wf ,Q - 4 .. F An,-gg-,'fl1' -4 T' ' I 3' ,, -I ,, 1 ' U , M1 ,.- , - 7, Y r.-s-6'--.3 521533. rvsyP1'i"'- ,' 'xv.. 1- V ,. ax, . . - ,..., - 3 J' my f7n .- """-, . 1 A X ' . 1. 'X 1.-ul" W- fl. -'f "ffl mi , .-ff -1-A :Ziff 7-' -K A. . 5.:,.g:f'f ..1.f--:J- ' - ' 'rf' , , I 1.1, - . an , . - L'- ' n-, .zzz 1 U '. 1 " . v ' -. ' ,. -'x.' -,aff , - " '21T3" ' " ag' fi 1 . iff Qvl . . " , X " 4 ' ' 3--.-.f 'buf-n....1.Y f 91553. ' ...Jt4a,,g2..-... ,114 54, 'm'-.g,9g,.'-1,,.x.- Q , 4 .ww v 4 'V . . EgEI5BlIEIll wg-' s,-Q ,. 5 ir- L ri 4 I 1 ' 5 . L , , i my I. Follow The leader. Mr. Walt Ambord Head Coach ,s.,i -- ,,1y'. ., .3 .' in . ny, ,, T .Veany '-l - 'i3:1IQf'i 'img , r il 'gl l T . N .- '-. HF. .T . si A! A iii -M gi! Wi: W1,,Hi,',,, jf., gf, VLA, V ,, 1 v I V .. mmf " 'W 'lil , ,.,. l ' 5 NF N,,. -h """"'wi Clearing the bags. l 'V PM l ,Q-"Wg " 3 -- w 'll - ...fs Back Row: C. Pech, J. Goodmon, M. Daney, T. Valleios, B. Bienvenue, T. Euper, G. Benedetto, J. Beals. Second Row: T. Buck, B. Hernandez, J. Brambillo, D. Arano, G. Watson, J. Russo, E, Boldovin, J. Lewin, J. Cowan. Front Row: V. DeGeorge, M. Loehr, M. Arnoni, B. Lewis, M. Saluny, J. Chafe, R. Perry, D. Stamer. l A r HTS' 12 I J' shura ' G F' 4 4 P' s A . 5 I L E 'I , A , A 1 gf - 1 ig? L, .viii H V L W ,, up ... ! r .J 4 - Q iii viz. v',Wgvi,,,cJ V L' ,'1- A IL ww? fxd- H" Va' rg., af FLM gl 'wtf f' 'QW' '- ,..... . f V WW.-1 . 'vu 1 ' .w f4 -.. +- A 4-H k ' f, " 'V ' 'uwfj' f A gig' 'gyff V' ,.a1V 'Q A' ' r .ll I we-1,1 ,I in jti.,',n : 'V .fig W il 'ny " , + F 'ff Y: 471, -5-, 1 1 A ., , Y Af , H 'H ' 7' 'N J- 'Q if '52 X ' - - 'V " 1 '. ,-. , M ,. . . - ,-.1 , ,N 1 f , il -i g.. V FJQVE, F ii . r . , ' ' Q . ' V - 1443- ,. -' ' 'iq ' A", - j' f " 114 ' .,-" f " mf ' gi ' H H' v' '- 1- if im X-Ev I A 1 , ,M x 1 1 4. ' ",'. V 'RX . W i Head Coach Mr. Jim Williams zxrziig rank Carmel's thinclads, including a number of record holding team members, proved Themselves a constant threat to the toughest opponents throughout The brief, action-filled sea- son. By coupling the abilities of the returning lettermen with those ot new recruits, the coaches were able to assemble a team of exceptional dQ3th and good talent. f I. I f X9 ,f Z!! 'Pqsak Kneeling L. to R.: L. Cain, E. Fuess, J. Williams, K. Alexander, A. Katz, P. Martin, P. Fry. Second Row L. to R.. Mi. McKeever, K. DuPuis, H. Harrington. A ,Ihr W1 E . . 4? . 'li 5. .229 1 f -' 'Auf .4'i, 1' ', A ' it .V K I +1-' ' f ...,y- a..-J,"dp A f ' . ' 'E '." u.. . - i Af ur - f i .- 3-,. 'V' .gv any M. Nieio, A. Prukop, Ma. McKeever, C. llllfll Goodman ' i l . 'A ...L . v . X I V, ' . . .., , xg A ' .P 'll' ,,"'3 ' ,-'- ' -',4-gf ff. '-1 " . 1 .- . ,' - ,, lf -. -bf :' -141, -H" ' ' , , ifgi qc. ,iff .I ', ,..'f,5i.,' - , -1- qt , -- !j.qg,.QC5. .-u ,-4 Ml, ,J I - 3"-.-Y ,,.:.,, ,',,-v. , 5, ,i -.. , -t,,-.-.nur ,ng-w ,: I . .. mo' J- '- i'.'.-i-- ., 1-,.,' fv --i 'Q 11 -,,J:b,i Q-,.f+',,,,1 .f.,5,.f,. X , - '.," -' 1" - ' . ' .'.": -'I w A . .,,"., it 1 - . ' "" ""' ' ' 'inl 1 ,- V14 N" 'f.1f?f'- il' 'Hz Qjf,-if.-jyg '.5L-'JEL -- fa-' i- ' ' - ' g- - -Mibkifm ' I 1 I I x I 5 W 3 N 4 x A . -r ,,, x , a , M :gf , WV v- ., . ls ir really that easy? -1- .i- ' iw ' - 1 1 wnvt mir LSO I 4 34 i " 'K Qfi ' ri? Cj..Q1.1Q, fy-navpf K I-'z.ln..ur1b: 1 Ito!-145573 -3, l'-45.-WJJ' ' v L..- QQ, Quia ,, .5 nr-z. , '1 Z 'fin ,. , ' .. .L Alexander makes his mark in the sawdust. v Y' V- -. 1 L-I ,.. The lineup, ' P--'Vi u- Y? sf 6:5 i N ?'?W' Katz carries the baton for Carmel. -u 1 an-rv, , .-eo, -1 1-w-a-g,..1 Q-ng.,-, L:- ,, -.. -. . + , 4 I . . I --' - ,M -. . .. . . 1 A 1 , .., . ' A , 11 1, ' fi' ' Q- N ' V, A 1" -,, V -4-' '- - 7.3.2 'ff ..' ' "F .m K: " lg 9 f -- . .. -N, D -X . - " i""Y.:.A : -18x -N -eff-x ,, , ' -Y -4-:'.qL,f " ' ' W 1 Swkff' ..4 H ,QL LZ'--"'15a.' -' h, , V .- - -V .,- v - N, 1 .. ...V G Wir.,-wf,1,,Qq x '--. ., Q- .iq Q 1 V -A ' A . 1 V ,. I i K--'Egg 'gn-. ,, . , " -.Pr U- ff "- A '.q,gg.'TfY'Qf' - we T!R.43n..vnE:.Qsuug::m.J:i--'Z'..f'L, -r I'd run a mile for a Camel, ff BB rank 1 ,...,,'-, .-A--"""" . f ,.V.' - Y .... -I . ..-. - , Q:v'I4""'ft' -.. A ' Flyi Krcxeme W '79 gn fo Q ' ' . "wx ' ' ,...- ' , . 4 " Anhf d dfC I Uv I iff . A QMQAI' x'X f Pl5!'g yf1u ' X f He mod 2 6 F' 1 ?' -" -' V V 'W w I he 0' if ' 1' Q Ml , Q Q: ,.,F--i' It y f '- v nqnw' . ,,. Q -- A-33. ' "" Msg- ' . -4 ,F J- -,,0w1,'f2J' TW-Af' W5 ?a F W 1 X A 3V 'Y Zgi A 1 ' Os, - r- H -i asv -' iii t ,V ...iv n Q 57 .Ul- -f 'ls K n 'f ANI ,, 4 f .A I v H Q22 ' Q X III W : , I .av-r 1 H ,. iii K ' s w I 3 A f fnimmiug The swiming team has represented Mt. Carmel very satisfactorily, and was able to win a large portion of their fifteen meets. They ended the season with a fine record, and have maole many new friends for Carmel during the year. They can be very proud of them- selves, and they can thank Our Lady for all she has done for them. Front Row A Crawford J Vykydul D Krall Second Row: R. Giddens, M. Jackson, T. Psomas, M. Lindsey, K Hull T Nolan E J show B wrrfer Dfvefs L- APOWCG Und E- DESPUW' K . -.-xv N ,, 4. W I ., . f ....- r In-I N ...f . ,,,....,..f1, H, W- f- J, J-V. f - r-.QQ ,511 ' , . . f 'N' V17 4 ,,,, 1 A . -rt-x " x Q -. , Aw, 4 ' ".,l 'ii ...-ff", X 'UA I tk , . 3"""i.. V .. 313i-Qs.,- .gf- ,- '- ,l..- N my-' , -G4-11 .VV , -I S-.2 ,- 4 .. :ii-11 , uv. 1 4-4 Q A-5 -, s.. Bock breaker. Bubble bath ' ,fr ,. ,J v .. p-- 4- 'Y - An- ' ..' lr. . " v N ,,3g,w'9'f-x ,gg . '- - . --SX -L .-. "1" 1- ... ,L " - L- T1 1'-. ,.h,., , . , . .L z,. .va-3-5' A :ax -T333-I - 1 3' .55-,. 45' l ff? fr , x , . , .-4 ', Q ' r ,-. wh, A ' , f ' - , ' . . -2. aw- ' M 'f I " -' 3 - ,' - . Q, , , -. 3- vi F --,,. , Y ,- ,- . . ,V 4 fx 1' , "-'- 11- W 4 '. ,T f .. FL N-: ff , 2 - -1' ' , , -'Om A ,A . 1- " ix, M- 4-3-Q ' I -. -., - 1 .K . - '??qZ-.. 'kff-s , , - - -- v ' F11 4,4 F- 1 ' 1 V ' ..- U"9' ,4-' f'ff'r+ wy fl- 3' ww Q Q TN: -xx' , Q all .1 Y . ni ll , Qtr Lu -' 4 - 'lu' ' ,L ' H -'M-MW1 '- 5 ,.,. ff w I 4 Q T' ,V 4 '. F 1, ' J 5 I ve ...F NY,-2' 4 A , t in if ' ' 1 r flu. I .,, Q Y Q ,. .,A . i 1-A ur. ., -Q 'vi b--ff .4 wfww. n - 3--lu.- A3- .fl", ' " ' i D. ' -fav' R Q.. fi' I, 73179: .rv ,alas-A J.- W ::,:!'A ' , f 45? .4-'lb 'Wm "i"!n. sl . . , I r 'Ui'- ,Q an if'-1: . .nlilh K!!- Fr. Augustine Carter, Athletic Director Qlnzu: 25 The work of o coach does not begin ot eight ond end ot tour, but is ccirried on into every working moment ot his life. In order to bring respect to his teom ond the school, he expends his time ond effort in order to realize o dreoim thot his teom will be the very best. When o cooch hos mode o success of ci teom ond hos guided it to the top, he truly hos something to be proud ot. And so it is thot these men, who, by guiding their teams on to victory, have eorned ct ploce in the memory of eoch ond every one of us os personiticotions ot modest yet powerful men. infill Egflf iynuiw 'au U. iian: lH1H! Ill" t!i,g gli: .f4 El:-'lf ..4pq l 17111- ii.iig. I rhpy T, L51 it .Z--.' l in Ill II FIJI: l - Q , - ,, . ft ' ' if "l'l"l"',-q Coaches B.fJ. .Anolorko, G. Smith, W. Ambord, M. Boulger Gllqeerlwhizrz The spirit ot the Carmel Student Body is inseparably connected with our domination of every maior sport. No matter the size ofthe crowd, it is the coordinated direction ot the cheerleaders that is important. With this thought in mind, it is to these men of inexhaustable enthusiasm that we owe a great deal of credit for our athletic successes. The respect that Carmel enioys in every circle is due largely to the efforts and innovations ot these elected officers. vf.8B,v A ll f i W e l llll it l l lil, l' 67-77 5' fl slzlxl Go, Carmel, Go! ! Cheerleaders Bob Leute, Pete Fry, and Vince Medici. -or I I I-N 4. ., S3922 'l':'lO 9 Pssfsi 1111 ibi' r-' 1"-V afeel fy f +1'?'4 ' cj gl ss, 2.25044 1 5 I Ntzriut vga' 0' ff' szfiff ,I fl 9 v AS ?'.5 A NV ' X ff ,f if .rx . if fs" -T- . 11- , ,-4 AA Q y., . I4 P: ,a!,..,. j Q' P w 'Wh 49:-lfi'vs. ' y i-, klxx. J -O 1" A X X X a A. . .-LX 'F' WJ I J I fgf M . - -ug., ZF, Z1 X fl A' gy: X ff I KN: f ' .1 ' IJ f Q?--f ""3?3' C' ff? w . f . 'f':'d.a-. - ljgewgisa V ,I ' ug' - '.3'55'Z-ies' xg" Q-A::vo'9v I Q Q I 1 go 0' ,J X ,eel f f"- ' '1 'fgrw f z -qgv 4 ',l.,4 gi I msgfrfwiif' , Y'Q'wvf , 355-Iv' X 4 J? zgugvl X pl I 1 E -I' -S' g ' ,f .S 4- X S f si L- N N 'vin-pq J- ' I s X ,a i Q.. gf. x, Q gy' Qmnmsniz U7 ,I x ,f ' KN X I f 6 'I , Wx L1 XX x X ,A 1 66 1113: V 7' iw' B f JSA, -.', 1 '11 f f- ' 1 . 7 ?gv:S-,age I-3:2345 X f 1 v aj ' r f 1 R v 4 P! 1 X3 I X X L-N is . 'H' -wafer I ' P 'Kr' .Q-55,5952 refs '51-4,'?i?l Yeah, sure! QQ J ,gxit 4-4 X as uv 1 l l X- fee If's a Fooooorrd! ! Qi Iv lil is 2 ig d "Vu iw' li fl iillllllllliiii' 12 iemher Wipe that smile off your face! 511 N' Mr' ff K Q The men of leisure 'fu 1 5, .44 Bid farewell To beaches for nine monihs . . . school opens . . . Freshman iokes prevalent. . . . Catholic League Carnival . . . San Louis Obispo . . . Freshman Dance . . . Crusader prinis firsf i in. issue. 176 A Smiley Open house? a-lf 4 Whafs happening, Mick? li leg NT. I The Shrinking Man Starting the year off right Lf Shape up! Mine dont fit right either ,iiilix Listen you guys THE? Personality of the Month Little Tom Clacinher Notre Dame game . . . Drive for Annual Deposits starts . . . Cheerleader elections . . . Booster Club formed . . . Basketball game at Dorsey Hollowe'en Dance . . . "Don't Be Cruel" no. l . . . St. Anthony, Serra, Cathedral football games . . J. V. Footballers begin undeafeteol season. Repent, brothers ! ! One hour of M i F3 an 71.-. 1 , , 5 V Look out, Fr. Murph l ! .ds r'. ' DTI editatlon I pledge Again'-' ij Smiley allegiance Who knows? I .... , . I UF N.. What a nag! l ' s ley 57 What, me worry 9 'P 'P Go go go Home Economics l have nothing to say . I +. 1 Q C. N I will, if elected . . 178 Madly for Adlai ,NS Got a habit? fw- "Q-. Take that bottle back wi is. ln the bag SUP No election bets Some people have rocks in their heads. nhnmher Catholic League ends . . . Fall Festival . . . "Love me Tender" . . . Letterman's Club initation . . . Basketball team still undeateated . . . Eisen- hower wins student elections . . . class officers elected. Q...- What you say, Ace? Post-game invocation .so Turn that light down Look at our new shoes Smiley, again XT X Look at that loot! iv '1 ' 1 euzmhnr Carmel wins own Tournament . . . Football team beats Riverside, loses to Antelope Valley in quarterfinals . . . Christmas Dance . . . Annual Deposit clrive ends . . . Speech Club makes fair showings . . . Senior Rings arrive. Cheese! The men W- SH.-,,4f HM--- , my K . . Ho-hum Take tea and see. 41 A-A Half time activities Hurry whats the Beheve ,T answer'P or ,-,ogg i fi i., - - I Jr , 4 L 0 1 anuarg Killer! Touching, isn't it? N-Q. Hurry, what's the answer? . . . Believe it or not! . . . Eighteen straight wins for Basketball team . Compton Tourney . . . Carmel wins Speech Tournament . . . Showboat practice . . . Junior Jackets arrive . . . Guy Mitchell pushes Elvis oft Hit Parade . . . J. V.'s heading for top . . . Glee Club goes to S. M. A. O Our hero ,t 'X Stranded in the Jungle? il-, I though you had Arent there any "' the key! Caught yo U didnt we 9 volunteers? L Tall tale time aturdoy iug? Q T l 7 l h.,' - 'v ,-- .X Y ,llufg it - ,- i i .iyfig Father's little angels 'Rs Vllln Q, lmlllllul 4,454 - the year of the rooster. '75 ...ilu What's going on upstairs ? ? Q t l l ii get ii if No minors allowed Itnk you ve had it 7 Bhruzrr Q Student Congress . . . Harry Belafonte heads Hit Parade . . . Loyola falls . . . Deadlines not J met . . . Swimming season starts . . Basketball team winning league . . . Baseball begins . . . Track team works out. J. v. B- 5 -1 it wit .. af"-f' Ths s banquet Joe Stand back men You lust flunked Hi , 'ful hway patrol fl Cowboys Who's the clown? Winter wonderland Hide the brew! Most inspirational Ramblerette Right from the horse s mouth il Picking a winner 'Iii Still preaching Too much nite life Ill Just visiting If -IH. l8l I ff-""'e '. 74 4- .ll I-' l-"hh ,Y- '?"i'?! He buried his Latin book . . . 435 Nine and cz half . . . . . Please. Soshmg it up. - rss- ., Qi Reunion in the old back room. Jmlbreak ' ' li here ' Where are we, huh? ' I m ad ,V U " E117 I El Monie beais Colrmel in fincils of C. l. F .... Buf not before Carmel eliminafes Alhambra, Thafs no Bondini. -i Sweefwofer, ond El Rancho . . . Len? begins . . . """'- Trock meefs, boseball games, swimming meets . . . Wifh Lenf, comes spring . . . beach visifecl . . Speech Club successful. Our Editor af work? 7 E 4 Who says I oin'1 stock? I " Merry go round -Qs What s with the hair-do s? 2 ' , is er and Brother Be careful Brother! 182 Wally s gang The Tall One I warned him not and Flyboyl lean over so for. fhi i A Lively STuclenf Body. Ditto al 'Il .- .April Annual submiffecl . . . Easrer vacafion . . . Re sorfs come back To life . . . Jr.-Sr. Parry . . Senior refreaf . . . "Special" issue of Crusader . . . Showlooal' . . . Baseball Team ends success- ful season. Z xl ii A.WO.L. . C25 fr K 'tl ,-s'e?i':"' 1 Z Those boys weren'1' from Carmel, Sister. L... lsfmi if if ' Jig? W ,rr :E Sad... Whats with the shades? 4 14. X. 1 1' Glad 'G--5 l N V"-.L 3,15 a ,X 'A Just loafmg. The Pepsoclenf Smile. '54 D1 Amen, Brethren. What happened to f' A mechanic in our midst? I the other half? 5-P lip, A , V 1 fl .A - 4 . 2 I , dl Isn'f he cure? P 183 n.'. ' a ,r i so f 1159+ Destination unknown? NUT'-'fe b0Y- The contented look. ali' in . 'L' I is ,L Who's getting hitched? Where's Henrietta? - lea i But fellas, you'lI miss the tests - , , Banana boat A- "T - We work out gf Slenderellq, Prom . . . S9nlOl' 'l:lnC1lS . . . lVlOl'lTel'Sl Day . . . """' ann Fesiival . . . Annual Arrives . . . AThleTe of The Year named . . . Beach Parties rise in popularity. di... Theres a male in the iail !! X. 'gilt '- 5 ti --eff 4 r 1 Ugh! 4 i . Our football coach in his prime. Y' ls that you Nikolai? Sea Scouts, third class 'C' Who's the foreigner on the right? c-...J Now fellows, it couldn't be that bad. ! , i, 4-. Around the world in eighty days . . . Nonstop. Hume Graduation . . . School closes doors for three months . . . State Track Meet . . . Juniors be- come Seniors, etc . . . What happens now? 7 '.',f,f' ,fi ,s w What's the little huddle for? Oh, this is the wrong Take me to your leader. l 'i "1 Teeung off in the priory backyard Handball, anyone? - K Hmmm, a new jug l ..-. -.1 . -f,,v,'- - r t ,- AL' "" - l' n- This is surf?? tw x Midnight auto shop Does he sing too? THOMAS JOHN ARNERICH Tom St. John's Military Academy Student Body President 4 Student Body Council 4 Knights of Carmel l, 3, 4 Prefect 3 Prom Committee Chairman 4 Dance Committee Chairman Festival Committee Chairman Rally Committee 4 Booster Club 4 Bee Basketball i J. V. Basketball 2 Captain 2 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Captain 4 Letterman's Club 4 Honor Roll l, 2, 4 El Conquistador Staff 4 Business Manager 4 70ll Club 3, 4 Show Boat 3, 4 VlCTOR BARRERA Vic Nativity C. S. F. i, 2, 3,4 President 4 Sealbearer 4 Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club i, 4 Booster Club 4 7Oll Club 4 Speech anal Debate Club 4 Latin Club 4 President 4 Knights of Carmel l, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Crusader Sports Editor 4 Bee Track 2 J. V. Football i, 2 Varsity Football 3, 4 Manager i, 2 Show Boat 4 MICHAEL BENCE Mickey St. Matthias Honor Roll T, 2 Gun Club i Knights of Carmel 3 J. V. Football 2 Varsity Football 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 JOHN E. BENSON Johnny St. John the Evangelist Honor Roll 'l, 2 Science Club 4 Tennis Club 4 Glee Club 4 Gun Club 2 Show Boat 4 GERMANUS J. BICHLMEIR Jerry St. Raphael J. V. Baseball l Honor Roll l, 2, 3 Tennis Club 'l Science Club 4 K' mint ggiugrftpltiez-1 Gun Club i, 2 Knights of Carmel 3, 4 7Oil Club 4 Show Boat 4 Glee Club l, 2 Democrats Club 4 GREGORY CHARLES BOLTON Greg St. Cecilia Gun Club l Basketball Manager l Whitetriars Guild 2, 3 Senior Play 2, 3 Showboat 3, 4 Glee Club 4 Manager 4 Knights of Carmel i, 3, 4 Prefect 4 Science Club 4 Dance Committee 4 Student Booster Club 4 Speech and Debate Club 4 JOSEPH FRANK BONANNO Joe St. Anselm Knights of Carmel 4 Crusader Staff i, 3, 4 Copy Editor 4 Booster Club 4 Glee Club i, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 KENNETH BROCKUS Kenny St. Raphael Glee Club i ROBERT BUCHANAN Bob St. Anselm Dramatic Club 3 Honor Roll 3 ROBERT LEO BU RGARD Bob St. John the Evangelist Honor Roll 3, 4 C. S. F. 4 Sealbearer 4 Scienqe Club 4 Treasurer 4 Varsity Football 4 Letterman 4 LEO CAIN Leo St. Cecilia Bee Basketball Bee Track 3 Varsity Track 4 Letterman 4 Knights of Carmel 3, 4 Booster Club 4 701i Club 3, 4 Honor Roll l, 4 Showboat 4 EDWARD CALVIN Ed Transfiguration JOHN CANNAVO Johnnie Mother of Sorrows Science Club 4 7Oii Club 3, 4 Knights of Carmel i ALVIN J. CLAIBORNE Al Holy Name Student Body Counselor Honor Roll i, 2, 3, 4 C. S. F. 3, 4 Bee Basketball T J. V. Basketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Boys' State Represetnativ Dance Committee 4 Prom Committee 4 Rally Committee 4 Festival Committee 4 Knights of Carmel i RICHARD COFFELT Dick St. John the Evangelist Glee Club 2, 3, 4 JOHN DELANEY John St. Michael Cee Basketball T Bee Basketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 7O'll Club 3, 4 C. S. F. 4 Honor Roll i, 4 DANTE FRANK D'ERAMO Dante St. Matthias Honor Roll 3, 4 Knights ot Carmel 4 Photography Club 4 Showboat 2, 3, 4 Music Librarian 3, 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 ROCCO DOTI Rocky St. Columbkilles 4 e3 KEITH DU PUIS Keith Transfiguration Knights of Carmel 1, 3 Honor Roll 3, 4 Dance Committee 4 J.V. Football 1 Varsity Football 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 WILLIAM M. DWYER Bill St. John the Evangelist Honor Roll 1, 3, 4 EDWARD EBERHARD Eddie St. John Chrysostom Knights of Carmel 4 Glee Club 4 Vice President 4 Honor Roll 2, 4 J.V. Baseball 1, 2 Captain 2 Varsity Baseball 4 Science Club 4 Crusader Staff 4 DONALD A. EDWARDS Don St. Joseph Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sealbearer 4 J.V. Baseball 1 Varsity Swimming 3 Booster Club 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sgt. of Arms 4 Science Club 4 Speech and Debate Club 3 Knights of Carmel 1, 3, 4 Showboat 4 Crusader Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 BERNARD FRANCIS ENRIGHT Bernie St. Brendan Glee Club 1 J.V. Baseball 3 Knights of Carmel 4 Crusader Staff 4 GERALD JAMES ERNST Jerry Visitation Honor Roll 1, 4 J,V. Football 1, 2 Science Club 4 Showboat 4 Mnemonics Club 4 Knights of Carmel 1, 3, 4 PASQUAL ESPOSITO Pat Ascension Bowling Club 1 Knights of Carmel 1 Vocation Club 1 JOSEPH JOHN FASHING Joe St. Matthias Honor Roll 1, 3, 4 J.V. Football 2 Varsity Football 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 Sec.-Treasurer 4 Knights of Carmel 3, 4 Speech and Debate Club 4 Crusader Staff 4 El Conquistador Staff 4 7011 Club 4 EDWIN FAURIA Big Ed Holy Cross Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Gun Club 2, 3, 4 LEONARD M. FAUSTINA Len St. Paul Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 C.S.F. 3 Knights of Carmel 3 Cee Basketball 1, 2 Band 4 Glee Club 1 Gun Club 1, 2 RONALD FINSETH Ron St. Brigid J.V. Baseball 2 LEO J. FITZSIMMONS Leo Ascension Photography Club 4 Republican Club 4 Knights of Carmel 1, 3 GEORGE FLORATOS Flower-Toes Mount St. Michael Honor Roll 3, 4 Knights of Carmel 4 Science Club 4 Letterman's Club 4 Varsity Baseball 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 7011 Club 3 THOMAS FOWLE Tom Holy Cross Mnemonics Club 4 J.V. Baseball 1, 2, 3 Captain 3 Varsity Baseball 4 Honor Roll 4 C.S.F. 4 Letterman 4 Science Club 4 DAVID ANTHONY FRANCO Dave St. Brigid J.V. Football 1 J.V. Track 1 Varsity Football 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Knights of Carmel 1 NICHOLAS GEROLAMO Nick St. Raphael Knights of Carmel 3, 4 J.V. Baseball 2 Booster Club 4 Crusader Staff 3, 4 Latin Club 4 Speech and Debate Club 2 Glee Club 4 EDWARD GILL Eddie St. Vincent Honor Roll 1, 2,4 Knights of Carmel 3 7011 Club 3 Glee Club 1 J.V. Basketball 3 Manager 1, 3 GEORGE GLOE George St. Columbkille CLARENCE A. GOODMAN Bito St. Malachy Knights of Carmel 1, 3 Sergeant at Arms 3 7011 Club 3, 4 Dance Committee 4 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 Sergeant at Arms 4 Varsity Track 4 JOHN ALBERT GOODWIN John Transtiguration Science Club 4 El Conquistador Staff 3, 4 Crusader Staff 2, 3 Assistant Editor 3 Cee Basketball 2 J.V. Baseball 1 Tennis Club 4 Knights of Carmel 1, 3, 4 Showboat 4 Poster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 .JAMES GRIMM Jim Nativity J.V. Football 1, 2 Varsity Football 3 Knights of Carmel 1 MICHAEL HAMROCK Mike St. Helen Honor Roll 1 Knights ot Carmel I J.V. Football 2 Tennis Club 1 Bee Basketball 2 Varsity Football 3 Letterman 3 Booster Club 4 Speech Club 4 HUBERT MICHAEL HARRINGTON Herb St. Francis Xavier Knights of Carmel 3, 4 Sergeant ot Arms 4 Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3 Showboat 2 EDWARD HEFFERNAN Heff St. John Chrysostom 7011 Club 3 Science Club 4 BERNARD HELD Bernie St. Raphael Varsity Football 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Speech Club 3 Booster Club 4 Knights of Carmel 3 Glee Club I Showboat 4 Honor Roll 3 Radio Club 2 TOM HEMERLEIN Tom St. Michael Tennis Club I Gun Club 1 Bowling Club I Knights of Carmel 3 Science Club 4 Camera Club 4 Republican Club 4 KENNETH HILL Ken St, Eugene Cee Swimming 1 Varsity Swimming 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 C.S.F. 4 Science Club 4 Kni hts of Carmel 1, 3, 4 9 7011 Club 3, 4 Showboat 4 JOHN HINDINGER John Nativity Science Club 4 Gun Club 4 Knights of Carmel 3, 4 Honor Roll 1, 3, 4 C.S.F. 4 701 I Club 4 Cee Basketball I Crusader Staff 4 GEORGE HIZA Sonny Nativity Bee Swimming 1 DONALD KALAL Don St. Michael Knights of Carmel 1, 3 Honor Roll I, 4 Band 3, 4 Assistant Director 3, 4 HOWARD KANAE Pineapple St. Francis Varsit Football 2, 3, 4 Y J.V. Track 2 Knights of Carmel 3 Letterman's Club 4 Showboat 4 RAYMOND KELLY Ray Ascension Honor Roll 3, 4 Knights of Carmel 1, 3, Drama 3 Senior Play 3 Speech Club 2, 3 JOHN KIMBALL John St. Michael Honor Roll 2 JOHN KI RKO RN Jack St. John the Evangelist J.V. Baseball 1, 2 Honor Roll I, 4 Crusader Staff 2, 4 ' Science Club 4 Knights of Carmel I, 2, Tennis Club 1 Glee Club ll Cee Basketball I Bee Basketball 2 JAMES LAI R Jim Visitation Honor Roll 3, 4 Stamp Club 3 Knights of Carmel 3 Science Club 4 , 4 4 3,4 PATRICK ANTHONY LEAKE Tecca Ascension Class Treasurer 1 J.V. Baseball l J.V. Football 2 Varsity Football 3, 4 Varsity Baseball 2, 3 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 701 1 Club 3, 4 Honor Roll 1, 2 CARL LEITERMAN Carl St. Lawrence Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Radio Club 2, 3, 4 7Oll Club 3, 4 Showboat 2, 4 ROBERT LEUTE Bob St. John the Evangelist Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Showboat I, 4 GERALD ROBERT LIEBSCHER Bob St. Eugene Science Club 3, 4 President 4 Radio Club 3, 4 Republican Club 4 Latin Club 4 ROBERT LIMON Bob Holy Name Knights of Carmel 4 Honor Roll 3 JAMES LIUZZI Jim St. Malachy Knights ot Carmel 3, 4 Vice Pretect 3 Vocation Club 2 Crusader Staff 4 Latin Club 4 Glee Club 2 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 JULIO LLOREDA Julio St. John the Evangelist Archery Club 2 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Poster Club 3 President 4 Crusader Staff 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll 1, 4 Crusader Art Editor 3, 4 Gun Club 1 Crusader Art Editor 3, 4 Gun Club I MICHAEL LOOMER Mike St. Eugene Camera Club 4 Democrat Club 4 Knights of Carmel 1, 3 J.V. Football 2 Honor Rall 1, 4 RUBEN LOPEZ Ruben St. Rose of Lima C.S.F. 1, 2, 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 7011 Club 3 Knights of Carmel 3, 4 Crusader Staff 3, 4 Make-Up Editor 4 Poster Club 4 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Gun Club 4 TOM MANCINI Torn St. Anselm Bee Track 1 Bee Basketball 2 C.S.F. 2 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 PAUL MARTIN Paul St. Paul the Apostle Glee Club 1 Bee Track 1, 2 Varsity Track 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Knights of Carmel 3, 4 Secretary 3, 4 Booster Club 4 Showboat 4 Honor Roll 1, 2 ROBERT MARTIN Bob St. John the Evangelist Class Vice President 1 Student Council I Honor Roll 4 J USTIN McCLU RE Just Transtiguration Knights of Carmel 1, 3 Gun Club 1 Honor Roll 1,2 J.V. Baseball 2 THOMAS MCDONOUGH Tom St. Brigid Cee Basketball 1 Bee Basketball 2 Varsity Ba seba 'I 4 Letterman 4 Honor Roll 2 Showboat 4 Knights of Carmel 1, 3 MARLIN MCKEEVER Marlin St. Paul the Apostle Knights ot Carmel 1, 3 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 C.S.F. 3, 4 Class Secretary 2, 3 Student Body Secretary 4 Student Council 4 Prom Committee 4 Dance Committee 4 Rally Committee 4 El Conquistaclor 4 Sports Editor 4 Bee Track I J.V. Football 2 Captain 2 J.V. Baseball 2 Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Varsity Football 3, 4 Captain 4 701 1 Club 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 MICHAEL MCKEEVER Mike St. Paul the Apostle Knights of Carmel 1, 3 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Bee Track 1 Bee Basketball I J,V. Baseball 2 J.V. Football 2 Captain 2 Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 Varsity Football 3, 4 Captain 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 President 4 C.S.F. 3, 4 Dance Committee 4 701 1 Club 3, 4 El Conquistador 4 Sports Editor 4 PETER METOYER Metoyer St. James Band 3, 4 JOHN MICHAELI Johnny St. Cecilia Glee Club 1 J,V. Football I Gun Club 4 Speech ancl Debate Club 4 Republican Club 4 Knights of Carmel ANDREW WILLIAM MIGLIACCIO Bill Mother of Sorrows Bee Swimming 1 Honor Roll 1, 2 Knights of Carmel 3 RICHARD MIMIAGA Rich St. Raphael Knights of Carmel 1, 3, 4 Bee Swimming 1, 2 Crusader Staff 3, 4 Gun Club 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Booster Club 4 Tennis Club 4 Speech and Debating Club 2 ROBERT MINNIG Bob St. Matthias Cee Swimming 1 Bee Basketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Honor Roll 1 Knights of Carmel 3 Showboat 4 Gun Club 1 MICHAEL MATH NIETO Mike Mather of Sorrows Crusader Staff 2, 3, 4 Editor-in-Chief 4 El Conquistador Staff 3, 4 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sealbearer 4 Treasurer 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Cee Basketball 1 Bee Basketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Bee Track 2 Varsity Track 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Times Reporter 4 Tidings Reporter 4 Football Statistician 4 Knights ot Carmel l, 3, 4 Showboat 4 ' Science Club 4 Mnemonics Club 4 Secretary 4 Camera Club 4 Speech and Debating Club 4 Booster Club 4 Democratic Club 4 DAVID NURSE Davey Transfer from Chaminade Speech and Debate Club 4 Latin Club 4 PATRICK NEILLY Pat Mother of Sorrows Vocation Club 1 Science Club 3, 4 90 Speech and Debate C Prospector's Club 4 Poster Club 3, 4 Camera Club 3, 4 Honor Roll T, 2 Crusader Staff 3, 4 rub 2, 3, 4 Knights of Carmel 3, 4 Showboat 2 Manager 2 Cee Basketball 2 RICHARD NICHOLS Dick St. John Chrysostom C.S.F. l, 2, 3, 4 Prospectofs Club 4 Knights ot Carmel i, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 Showboat 4 RICHARD A. NOLAN Tony John Muir Jr. High Knights of Carmel 4 Booster Club 4 Showboat 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Archery Club 2 J.V. Swimming i 34 2,, Varsity Swimming 2, 3, 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Senior Play 3 GERALD OTTO Jerry St. Michael C.S.F. 2 Honor Roll l, 2, 3 Science Club 4 Bowling Club l STEVEN OTTO Steve St. Anselm Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 C.S,F. 4 Science Club 4 Booster Club 4 JAMES OSBORNE .lim Saint Anselm Honor Roll 3 Knights of Carmel l Showboat 4 Bee Swimming 1 LAWRENCE ANDREW OSUNA Larry Mother of Sorrows Mnemonics Club 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Showboat 3, 4 Camera Club 4 President 4 Crusader Staff 4 Honor Roll 4 JOSE M. PATRON Joe St. Raphael Bee Swimming l, 2 Gun Club l, 2 Glee Club l, 2 Knights of Carmel 3, 4 Booster Club 4 PATRICK PLOTNER Pat St. Matthias J.V. Football l Wrestling l RICARDO PONCE Rico St. Columbkille Band 3, 4 ALBERT PRUKOP Al St. Aloysius Cee Basketball T Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 Knights of Carmel l, 3, 4 Bee Track 2 J.V. Basketball 2 J.V. Football 2 Captain 2 J.V. Baseball 2 Varsity Track 3, 4 Class Vice President 2, 3 Varsity Football 3, 4 Captain 4 Letterman 3, 4 Student Body Vice President 4 Student Body Council 2, 3, 4 El Canquistador Staff 4 Class Editor 4 C.S.F. 4 Dance Committee 4 Prom Committee 4 Rally Committee Chairman 4 Festival Committee 4 701 l Club 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 ANTHONY RASCH Tony St. Eugene Honor Roll 3, 4 Crusader Staff 4 LYN PAUL RELPH Lyn St. Matthias C.S.F. i, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Sealbearer 4 Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Bee Basketball 2 Captain 2 Cee Basketball l Bee Track 3 Letterman 3, 4 Class Vice President 4 Knights of Carmel i, 3, 4 Crusader Staff 2, 3, 4 El Conquistador Stott 4 Copy Editor 4 Science Club 4 Vice President 4 Boy's State Representative 3 Republican Club 4 Speech and Debate Club 4 Student Council 4 Showboat 4 ROBERT REYES Bob St. Malachy Knights of Carmel Bee Swimming 3 Booster Club 4 ALFRED REYNOSO Al St. Michael Knights ot Carmel 3, 4 7011 Club 3, 4 President 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 Varsity Football 3, 4 J. V. Football 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4 J. V. Baseball I Bee Basketball l Speech and Debate Club 4 Sergeant-at-Arms 4 Dance Committee 4 Science Club 4 GERALD ANTHONY RICHER Jerry St. Raphael J. V. Basketball 2 Cee Swimming l Science Club 3, 4 Sergeant-at-Arms 4 Gun Club l, 2, 3 Booster Club 4 Mnemonics Club 4 President 4 Showboat 4 Knights of Carmel 3 Honor Roll 3, 4 ANTHONY ROCHESTER Tony Holy Name Poster Club 3, 4 Radio Club 3 Bee Track l, 2 Varsity Track 3, 4 Letterman 4 MANUEL R. RODRIGUEZ Ronnie St. Raphael Knights of Carmel 3, 4 J, V. Football 2 Booster Club 4 Showboat 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 3 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 President 4 J. V. Football 2 Booster Club 4 Showboat 2, 3, 4. Senior Play 3 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 President 4 ROBERT R. RODRIGUEZ Rod St. Malachy Knights ot Carmel l, 3 70ll Club 3, 4 Letterman's Club 3, 4 Vice President 4 Varsity Football 3, 4 J. V. Football 2 Letterman 3, 4 Honor Roll 2, 4 WAYNE EDWARD ROH RBACHER Wayne St. Michael Science Club 4 Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 C. S. F. l, 2, 3, 4 ROGER A. ROW Roger Ascension Honor Roll i, 2 Drama Club 2, 3 Senior Play 3 Speech Club 3 Gun Club l, 2 Camera Club 3, 4 President 4 El Conquistador Staff 4 Photography Editor 4 Crusader Staff 4 Photography Editor 4 ROBERT SANCHEZ Tito Mother of Sorrows 7Ol'l Club 4 J. V. Football 2 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 DAN SAVINO Danny St. Raphael Vocation Club l Knights ot Carmel l, 3, 4 Crusader Staff 3, 4 Associate Editor 4 C. S. F. 4 Booster Club 4 President 4 Latin 'Club 4 JOHN SAWYER Johnnie St. Matthias Honor Roll 2, 3 Gun Club l, 2 Speech and Debate Club 2 Knights of Carmel 3 JOHN SHERMAN Johnny Nativity C. s. F. 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 Knights ot Carmel 3, 4 Crusader Stott l, 2 Science Club 3, 4 Gun Club 4 Latin Club 4 7Oll Club 4 C. S. F. Sealbearer 4 JOHN EDWARD SHORT Ed Transtiguration Bee Swimming i Varsity Swimming 2, 3, 4 Captain 3, 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Student Body Treasurer 4 Dance Committee 4 Prom Committee 4 Rally Committee 4 Festival Committee 4 Student Council 4 Knights of Carmel 4 Honor Roll 3, 4 C. S. F. 4 Showboat 4 TERRY R. SMITH Smitty St. ,John the Evangelist Cee Swimming l Varsity Swimming 2, 3, 4 Letterman 2, 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Crusader Staff l 70ll Club 3, 4 Showboat 3, 4 White Friar's Guild 2, 3 Knights of Carmel 4 GEORGE STEELE George St. Matthias Cee Basketball I Bee Basketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 FREDERICK JOSEPH TAUGHER Fred St. John the Evangelist Editor-in-Chief 4 Assistant Editor 3 El Conquistador Staff 3, 4 Student Body Historian 4 Student Council 4 Crusader Staff l, 2, 3, 4 Assistant Editor 3 Copy Editor 3 Tidings Reporter 3 S. S. A. 3, 4 Times Reporter 3 C. S. F. 4 Honor Roll l, 2, 4 Dance Committee 4 Prom Committee 4 Rally Committee 4 Knights of Carmel l, 3 Vice President l Archery Club 2 7Oll Club 4 Science Club 4 Showboat 4 DAN TOMICH Dan Ascension Honor Roll l, 2, 4 Crusader Statt 3, 4 El Conquistador Stott 4 Assistant Class Editor 4 Knights of Carmel i, 3, 4 JOHN TULLY Johnnie St. John Chrysostom Knights of Carmel l, 3, 4 Honor Roll l, 2 Crusader Staff l, 2, 3 Art Editor 3 El Conquistador Statt 2, 3, 4 Art Editor 3, 4 Poster Club 'l, 2, 3, 4 President 4 WILLIAM VERDUGO Bill Tranfiguration Honor Roll l Knights of Carmel l, 3 ROBERT VON GORRES Bob St. Anselm Bee Track l Bee Swimming l Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4 C. S. F. 2 RUDOLPH WEBER Rudy St. 'John Chrysostom GERALD ANTHONY WILSON Jerry St. John Chrysostom Glee Club l, 2 Knights of Carmel l ROBERT WRITER Bob Transtiguration Bee Swimming 2 Varsity Swimming 3, 4 Letterman 3, 4 Letterman's Club 4 Knights of Carmel l Honor Roll l, 2, 3 Showboat 4 Qpzriruns The Lorenzo Apodaca Family Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Arnerich Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Babcock and Son Mrs. Roy C. Barnett The Beavers Mr. and Mrs. R. Bienvenue L. F. Blount Family Mr. and Mrs. H. Bolton and Greg '57 The Bonannos, Frank, Grace, Rosann, and Joe' Frank and Helen Book Torn Brannon Mr. and Mrs. Tony Brigante Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Burgarol Mr. Lloyd R. G. Carrizosa Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Carrizosa Mr. and Mrs. Byron Carter Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Chafe Mr. and Mrs. Palmerino Coia Mrs. Caroline Cosgrove Mr. Steve Courso and Family Mr. and Mrs. Crawford and Don '55 Crusader Editorial Staff Mr. Alfred F. Cuttrell Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Daly and Family Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Delaney and John '57 Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale D'Eramo and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Donatelli Dennis Donatelli Mr. Gerald Donovan '47 Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Egan The El Conquistador Stott '56 Mr. Enright and Family 5 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Fauria Mr. and Mrs. David B. Felch Mrs. L. G. Fitzsimmons, Dennis and Leo '57 Mr. and Mrs. A. Gessig and Family Mr. Al C. Giddens and Family P. McGoldrick Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Goodman Al Goodman Family John Goodwin '57 Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Granville Mr. and Mrs. John Grimm Hoe and Herb Harrington Mr. and Mrs. George Hemmerlein and Tom '57 Ken Hill '57 Mr. and Mrs. H, H. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Hugh lbbetson Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hurray and Family Mr. and Mrs. R. lto and Family Michael Jackson '58 Peter James Arthur Jankowski Mr. Leon M. Katz Ray Kelly '57 Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Kirk and Sons The Kirkorns Warren G. Kramer, M. D. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Lair Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LeFebvre L. Lewin, M. D. Ed Libby Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lindsey Mr. and Mrs.VVVm. H. McKeever and Family The 4th Ave. Macs. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Maloney and Family The Vince Mannaras The Walt Marrin Family Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Martello Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin Mr. and Mrs. R. Martin and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Ted Matt Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Migliaccio The Moelter Family Rev. Joel M. Moelter, O.Carm. The Bolo Moran Family Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Moriarty and Family Bill Morris James Mullgrov Mike Nieto '57 David Nurse '57 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oberrieder Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. O'Connor Mr. and Mrs. Victor Otto The Parsons Family Mr. and Mrs. John Peck and Family Mrs. Velma M. Peck James Pena Mr. and Mrs. Bronce Powell Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Probst Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Psomas and Family L. A. Rasch Mr. and Mrs. Harry Relph The Relphs, Bill '51, Lyn '57, Jim '60 Carlos Riveros '58 Mr. and Mrs. John Roth Gasper Russo Mrs. Martho M. Sawyer and John '57 Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Schumacher Herb Schurter The Edmond Sheltons Charles C. J. 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However this book is not intended to be a re- minder of an end, but rather a portrayal of a beginning-the beginning of a new life for the graduating seniors and the realization of a promising future for those students who will re- main at Mount Carmel after this year. I would like to take this opportunity to extend my sincere gratitude to Brother Francis, our mod- erator, whose watchful guidance and helpful criticism have most certainly been appreciated. To the entire staff, I am most grateful for tedious hours spent on working dummies, copy, photos, and art work. I am sure that the memories of working together will far out-weigh the mo- ments of bad times or discouragement. This letter could not be complete without a word of thanks to the faculty, the patrons, and the stu- dents, for whose lasting memories this book is presented. Special words of appreciation go to Bill Christy, and Christy-Shepherd Photographers, for their truly wonderful assistance and 'superior craftsmanship. The T957 El Conquistador staff sincerely hopes that this yearbook will bring many hours of pensive reflection. We have attempted to repre- sent all of the activities of the year by com- paring the Crusaders of Mount Carmel with the Crusaders of yesteryear who likewise defended Our Lady and her Church. May Our Lady watch over you and bless you. Fred Taugher Editor-in-Chief Gazafller H 3. Creflfi0f2 . . PUBLISHERS OF "YEAR BOOKS FOR THE DISCRIMINATING G6 yedl' 351158 .Mbnro via' Gafikrlzia -- ...Q-.. XXQXS- S ,,,,g.. X Z 4' N X xx WN W Keg: Q X fi Zi Z'-'E -X A l'4',lL ' ,.,:-' 4,?.....- Z... I - 'I 3,,. ,.i.- -Y ..--V 1 --iil. ,zf-+ - 4 f , - 'F-if ,,. -f ,-7,.-f- A ,f--1 LL LL LL L I L LLL LL Xuxutt' LL LLLLLR LLL-QLL NULL W'-LLELL llwfx XL lL'-LLXLIELL L L LLL VX' I lL ' fum L LLLQ 4 LLLLQHHITHLHLUAKMLLHHLIILLIMLMULLWLLILRLNMKHIIMUIULLHLWLHILHHWIUILHHLLLLVIRWLUIFHILIHLIIIWMIILMLHUMWVIHKLINIMWHILLHNFHSWLJVILHIIIHlll!H1IllMll?IJINQAUMHNMIHWHIMMil4LhSBLlhlLUHllf1'lf11ffJ1WlNlUfJi


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