Mount Carmel High School - Oriflamme Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1936
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ROM THE DAYS of the cata-
combs the Catholic Church has
staunchly recognized the necessity
of Christian education. For centuries
she has been the bulwarlc ot' civilization.
During countless generations the patient
monk and friar. toiling in the monasf
tery library, stood the sole custodians
of the learning of the Ctreeks and
Romans against the vicious onslaughts
of the barbarians. XVhen these savage
invaders threatened to overwhelm
Europe. the spark of learning was pref
served in the monastery school. later to
burst forth in the magnihcent achieve-
ments ofthe Xliddle Ages.
In these days when nations are ques-
tioning the very existence of a God and
attempting to destroy the little spark ol'
faith which remains in the youth ol'
their lands, the Catholic Church through
her schools. is successfully combating
these misguided philosophers. No one
has been more zealous in upholding and
strengthening the Catholic School Sys-
tem than Bishop Sheil. His plan of
Catholic Action has joined school with
school into an ever increasing phalanx
of stalwart youth that is carrying Cath-
olic educational principles into greater
and wider fields of activity.
Carmel has welcomed the opporf
tunity of co-operating with His Excel-
lency to increase the effectiveness of the
Catholic educational program. In some
instances Carmel's school activities have
anticipated Bishop Sheil's Catholic Ac-
tion Program. ln fact it is only justi-
fiable to assume that whatever success
has been meted to Carmel in the scholasf
tic field can be traced to the broad
vision of her founders and leaders whose
principles are so closely allied to those
which motivate Catholic Action. NVe
are proud to believe that Carmel ranks
among the leaders in the Held of sec-
ondary education, and that from her
students will emerge the leaders of future
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LAVCRIZNCIE C. DIliTHl2R.
"With zeal I am zealous for the Lord Ciod
of Hosts"-down through the ages echoes the
motto of the prophet Elias to instill into his
followers the fire of inspiration from that first
staunch and loyal band who gathered round him
on the Mount of Carmel in Palestine, down to
the White Eriars of our own twentieth century.
The fierce Saracen might drive them from the
Holy Land: Europe might for a time eye them
with suspicion: but the order founded by Elias
and dedicated to Mary was destined to grow and
flourish until it should become one of the fore-
most religious organizations of the world. a
zealous leader in the missionary and educational
In Mt. Carmel High School, these same Car-
melites have continued the work of Catholic
education. They have instructed boys in both
the spiritual and the material-they have
molded men with true Christian character and
ideals. This they have accomplished by brotherly
counsel and exemplary conduct.
The idea of a Catholic educational institu-
tion in Woodlawn was conceived in 1902, and
carried out in the founding of St. Cyril's College.
It became evident, however. in 1924, that the
school had outgrown its old quarters-necessi-
tating an expansion program which resulted in
the present Mt. Carmel. the name being changed
at that time. in honor of Our Lady of Mt.
Carmel. the special patroness of the school and
of the Order. The old building is still being
used for a chapel. a priests' refectory, and a
library. besides accommodating the offices of the
Little Flower Society.
For location, environment. and accessibility.
Mt. Carmel is ideally situated. The school build-
ing faces east on Dante Avenue. at Sixty-fourth
Street. Cn the north is the Carmelite Monastery
and on the south, St. Cyril's Parish Rectory.
To the south is a district almost exclusively
residential. and yet a moment's walkin a north-
erly direction will bring one to the shopping
section of Woodlawn. The Electrified lllinois
Central Suburban Service has a station within a
block of the school, and provides fast convenient
service for the entire South Shore district, as well
as for South Chicago. Pullman, Blue Island,
Gary, East Chicago. and Whiting. The Chicago
Surface Lines cars are also within a block of the
school, offering transportation to and from all
directions: the Elevated Lines. a scant two blocks
from the school, reach practically every locality
north and west. The Chicago Motor Coach
Company's route through Jackson Park serves
as still another means of conveyance. Thus we
see that every facility is at hand for the safe and
speedy transportation of the student.
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X ERY REX BASIL A RAHLER
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CHRYSOSTONI J ANDERSON
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REX ANDRI XX l XX ELDON
The school ltself IS housed 1n a spac1ous
modern bu1ld1ng It IS perfectly equlpped W1th
large well llghted and well ventllated class
rooms excellent laboratorns lecture halls anew
gymnas1um and an up to :late swlmmlng pool
In connect1on Wlth the latter two prov1s1ons
have been made for lockers for v1s1t1ng as well as
home teams The gymnas1um contaxns all types
of athletrc equlpment regular 1nstruct1on ln the
use of wh1ch IS g1ven the students for QXQFCISQ
and for the cond1t1on1ng of the var1ous teams
The latest 1nnovat1on lS a radlo ampl1fy1ng sys
tem to s1mpl1fy announcement maklng
Apart from the mater1al s1de Mt Carmel
has rece1ved the h1ghest poss1ble ratlng scholas
tlcally It 1S accredlted by the Un1vers1ty of
Ill1no1s and the North Central Assoclatlon of
Secondary Schools and Colleges Th1s afHl1at1on
carr1es Wlth 1t the pr1v1lege of entry wlthout
eXam1nat1on to any Un1vers1ty or College recog
nlzed by these organ1zat1ons
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Included ln these afllllatlons are all the larger
UHIVCFSIFIQS 1n th Mlddl West lll1no1s
M1Ch1g3H WISCOHSIH Ch1cago Notre Dame
Northwestern and many of the smaller colleges
The certllicate pr1v1lege fentrance upon recom
mendatlon of the fafultyl lS held w1th three
large Eastern Un1vers1t1es namely G orgetown
Dartmouth and Brown
In order to ma1nta1n th s accredltatlon as
well as the1r own hxgh standards of scholarshlp
the Carmellte Fathers have outl1ned a str1ct
course of study whlch IS des1gned prlmarlly for
the best mterests of the student body Durmg
the first two years all th students are requlred
to do practlcally the same work wlth the excep
txon of bemg permltted the cholce of a language
In thlrd year several electlves are offered and
semors have a st1ll greater cholce of subjects
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Hlstory and Engllsh are requlred 1n fourth
year but the student 1S offered hrs cholce of
Chemlstry or Typewrltlng and of Latln Span
1sh CIVICS Economlcs or Commerclal Law
Th1S method demands a unlformlty that IS for
the good of all and yet allows a var1at1on su1ted
to the development of each boy s partlcular
talents and des1res
Grades are glven monthly 1n each subject
and are governed not only by the amount and
quallty of work done but by the monthly
examrnatlons whlch are a part of each course
Quarterly and semester marks are also gn en are
determnned chlefly by the exammatrons ln each
subject Honor cards are ment awards glven
each month to students who carry an average of
nlnety or more IH all subjects for that month
Students who have a monthly average of nmety
or more m a subject and who pass the semester
rellglon exammatlon wlth a grade of exghty fue
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or better are exempt from examlnatxon 1n that
subject Thus the school demonstrates to the
student a Wlll1I1gI'12SS to recogmze and reward
h1s best efforts
To graduate and to rece1ve a d1ploma the
student must have s1Xteen cred1ts A cred1t 1n a
subject 1S obta1ned by completmg sat1sfactor1ly
a course of th1rty elght weeks flve per1ods a
week Besldes the exemptlon pr1v1lege men
tloned above an added 1ncent1ve IS to be found
1n the medals awarded to the boy rankrng
h1ghest scholastxcally 1n the school and to those
of h1ghest standmg m each of thelr several class
years In add1t1on gold medals are glven to those
students who excel ln varlous subjects These
awards are made at the Commencement Exer
c1se held at the close of the school year
Sxnce the a1m of the Carmelxte Fathers IS to
prepare the boy for problems whlch w1ll con
front h1m 1n later l1fe rel1g1ous 1nstruct1on and
trammg play a most lmportant part ln the
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The freshmen are grounded in the essentials
of their faith and its application to themselves
The principles which the good nuns have incul
cated in them from their earliest days in school
are further explained and enlarged upon Second
year students are given a thorough course in
Church liturgy Juniors study Church history
and Seniors are taught Christian apologetics
that they may be prepared to defend their faith
In addition to religious instruction there is a
definitely planned spiritual system of training
Holy Mass 1S celebrated twice each Week on
Tuesday morning for the Freshmen and Sopho
mores and on Thursday for the Juniors and
Seniors After Mass a short instruction is given
on some point of current spiritual interest to the
students. ln order to encourage frequent recep-
tion of the sacraments of Penance and Holy
Communion confessions are heard all day each
Friday and an opportunity is git en the boy to
make use of this during his study period.
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The Hrst Pr1day of each month IS general
Communlon for the ent1re student body Con
f6SS1OHS are heard the day before and prov1s1ons
are made for the students breakfasts after Mass
On Wednesday students are urged to attend the
noon devot1ons 1n honor of Our Lady of Mt
Carmel Durlng October the Rosary 1S sa1d
every day at noon 1n the chapel and durlng
Lent the Statlons of the Cross are reclted each
I3r1day Once a Week the school publlshes a
R2l1g1Ol1S Bulletm the ed1tor of whlch 1S the
sp1r1tual dlrector of the school The Bulletm
covers a w1de varlety of top1cs and serves as a
constant remlnder of the obllgatlons and sp1r
ltual dut1es of a boy The annual underclass
retreats are glven by some member of the Car
mellte Order experlenced ln the handllng of boys
and well versed 1n the problems of adolescence
The Semor Retreat IS glven by some natlonally
known retreat master and IS a littlng cl1maX to
four years of lnstructlon and tralnlng at Mt
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Reallzmg that many of the appurtenances
to a complete educatlon are not to be obtalned
from books alone the faculty has planned and
1nst1tuted an extra currlcular act1v1ty of such a
wlde scope that some phase of lf IS sure to appeal
to every boy
The ORIFLAMME the oflicral school publlca
tron has repeatedly won state and natronal
recognltlon and has come to represent the best
rn hlgh school journahsm The staff of the
GRIFLAMME IS plcked from the hxgher rankmg
Englxsh students and lf IS certamly a justrfnable
prlde enjoyed by the parents Whose son has by
h1s ab1l1ty merlted a place on the GRIFLAMME
The school llbrary offers excellent llterary
recreatlon for the boy 1n h1s lexsure hours as
well as a convenlent source for outs1de references
The L1brary under excellent supervlson
has grown from a mere handful of books to
eleven thousand reference volumes and three
thousand books of ficuon A tralned llbrarlan
IS ln constant attendance
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The Student Councll IS purely a student
organ1zat1on whose members are chosen from
among the leaders of each class to represent the
Student body 1n 1ts relatlons wlth the faculty
Needless to say lf IS an honor to FQCCIVC an
appo1ntment to th1s select group The two
Llterary and Debatrng Clubs are organlzatlons
for the furtherance of readlng and elocutxon
They also provlde an opportunlty of soclal
dlverslon for members
The members of the Art Club asslst greatly
ln arouslng lnterest ln school affalrs through
thelr posters and slogans
The Dramatlc Club lS composed of those
boys whose h1str1on1c talent and ab1l1ty to act
have banded them together Their annual pres
entatlon IS usually one of the hlgh llghts of the
To those students who are glfted muslcally
the band and orchestras provlde an opportumty
to pursue the1r avocatlon under the sklllful guld
ance of thoroughly tralned musicans
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Cognlzant of the problems and tendencles
of adolescence the Carmellte Fathers have 1nst1
tuted a SGIIGS of partles and dances spon
sored by the varlous organlzatlons 1n the school
Through these the boys are g1ven an opportu
n1ty to learn socxal adjustment These soc1al
events are conducted by the Senlors and Jumors
wrth some support from the lower classmen
Mt Carmel IS a regular member of the Chl
cago Cathollc 1-hgh bcnool League 1n wh1ch It
enters teams 1n football QChamp1ons 1927
1931 1932 1933 C1ty Champ1ons 1927
19339 basketball lChamp1ons L1ghtwe1ght
d1v1s1on 1929 1930 1932j track golf
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m1ng and tennls lChamp1ons 19311 Whlle
boxmg lS not a league sport Carmel produced
a team last year that Won the state champ1onsh1p
Intramural sports are fostered and super
v1sed so that every student may have a farr
chance to partlclpate ln some form of athletlcs
ln add1t1on to the regular teams whlch enter
Cathollc League competltlon the faculty has
recently FQVIY ed the plan of havxng bantam and
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flywe1ght teams 1n football and basketball wh1ch
compete WIID Slmllaf teams from other schools
Every effort 1S made to bulld a sound body
1n the growlng boy 1n fact Phys1cal Culture IS
compulsory for all students unless excused for
some val1d reason
Valuable a1d 1S glven the Carmehte Fathers
by the var1ous parent teacher organ1zat1ons
Whlch sponsor numerous and var1ed events
Wh1Ch are conduclve to the solutlon of the prob
lem of co operatlon between school and home
The oldest of these organ1zat1ons 1S the Mother s
Club IIS purpose 1S to acqualnt the mothers
Wlfh the problem of the teacher whlch can be
more readlly solved through 1nte1l1gent co opera
t1on of school and home
The Dad s Club IS composed of those w1ll
mg fathers who have volunteered the1r unstlnted
efforts to help the1r boys Back of th1s organ
1zat1on IS the desxre to promote and encourage
good fellowshlp to promote mterest and par
t1c1pat1on 1n all student act1v1ty and to co
operate Wlth the faculty 1n the furtherance of
Carmel High School
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these interests Through the Dad s Club intra
mural sports handball basketball free
throw tournaments swimming and boxing
have become a customary phase in extra cur
ricular life at Carmel The students look for and
find real pals in their dads
The newest parent organization comprises
those favored and privileged women whose sons
wear the brown habit of the Carmelites either
as students at Niagara or as Brothers Fratres
or Priests The ueen of Carmel Auxiliary and
its activities extend throughout all of Carmelite
America lending a helpful hand by assembling
and embroideung the vestments prescribed for
the celebration of Mass and Benediction by
that intangible spirit of encouragement and
cheerfulness which only Mothers can incite in
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Thus the manlfold and dlvergent requlre
ments of the modern educat1onal 1nst1tut1on as
has e been enumerated as the precedmg pages are
all present ln Mt Carmel Nothlng beneflclal
to a well balanced and full student l1fe has been
At Carmel a boy finds every opportunlty for
developlng h1s body and soul as well as m1nd
A sound mrnd ln a sound body Soclal
lrfe IS offered that the student may attamed a
fimshed POISG and natural exactness so necessary
ln the successful man of the world Hrs sp1r1tual
l1fe IS carefully gu1ded and rlgldly tralned that
he mrght l1ve 1n str1ct accordance and harmony
Wlth h1s Falth and actrvely promote and defend
It 1n th1s pagan world
Thus by every means made avallable by the
latest educatlonal methods and by the brotherly
earnestness set forth by the Carmelrte Fathers
he lS fully prepared for uprlght manhood and
Amerlcan c1t1zensh1p devoted to h1s home
loyal to h1s country and true to h1s God
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Vice Preszdent Secretary
IME MARCHES ON' c-And with the passing of time comes the advent o
a new li e or the Class o 36 Some o us will go on to fields o higher
learning but or others these last days at Carmel mark the close o li e in
an educational institution 'I' he routine o our classes at Carmel will be
'No longer will we enjoy the companionship o class
be replaced with
mates and teachers 'I' he old familiar ace
gures in a new and di erent world
CDurmg our days at SVU Carmel we enjoyed the ullness of the happiness
and joy o prep school days ln our daily association with instructor and ellow
student we built up riendships, which, we eel certain, will endure in spirit despite
time or distance Friendships ormed through our years o mutual endeavor and
achievement cannot be completely erased by the mere passing o years or the loss
o contact Such riendshtps are an everlasting binding orce
ln the ul llment o li e, man turns to reminiscence o longer does he
hope or greater earthly glory He loves to think back and live again the days
when he was happiest So it is that we set down this history o the Class o '36,
that we may never lack a source o inspiration.
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We camt saxx and conqutrtd btxxtldtrtd tt Ilrst bx
dtstmctlx new emsttnce ntxx facts strmngt sttnts tlmt passtd
wt began to know and hkt our ntxx htt tht sptrtt ot tht sthool
grasped us for wt btcamt studtnts Ctrmtl studtnts an
as such we tntertd xx holt htarttdlx unto tht txtra currlcular tcttxltxts
vthtch surrounded us sextn ol our numbtr took thtlr plicts on
the hghtwenght football squad thrtt xtntured succtssfullx tnto
the field of basketball four mtn made tht track ttam xt
Freshmtn won berths on tht swxmmlng ttam ttn of us tnttrtd
the Band the Orchestra drtxx thrtt
As Sophomor es
School had onct mort btgun Most ol us rtturntd to C trmtl
hal s ftw wtre ntwcomtrs all xxtrt frntndlx As tht
year contlnutd xxt agaxn swung mto Carmtls actxxtttts thts tlmt
taktng a grtattr mttrtst tn tht socnl iuncttons Our studlts sttmtd
thts ytar to bt of greater rmportanct for wt xxtrt Sophomorts
Tht athltttc acttvxtlts wert hoxx tx tr 1ntt 1th tht utmost tnthusnsm
and co operatton As Sophomorts l:lYL m n xxtrt stnt to tht
thampton heaxxvttnght footbtll squtd tltxtn found placts on tht
undefeattd hghtvxttght ttam IVKO mtn plax td on tht hnxxxxttght
baskttball squad ont btmg namtd for tht all stars ft t of
our class took honors on tht track ttam stxtn joxntd tht swtm
ming ttam stxtten found sucttss on tht xx rtsthng md boxtng
ttams filtttn xxon plwcts tn tht Bind
Fuck tgatn n tat htlls ol Cxrmtl xx xrm htnds xxtlton
lhts xtxr xx is our first ts upptr tltssmtn XVt mldt tht
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tht undtftlttd ltghts s tthtll ttll ti sux x ou t tt t
tg atxxtlght squtd ont ot xxhom xxas lttttd ttptttn at htlxtts
xxtrt udtd bx hxt lumors tht minor sports xxrtstltnt, Skkllll
mtnt, trttk boxmg and ttnms lnmtd 1 goodlx snr t
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ot xxhtth xxon tht Juntor Stntor thxtston tttlt tllttn lunlors
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Cl he final plunge the last fevy yards before yye take our drplomas
IP hand and gaze for the last trme as students upon the school vyhere
vye spent four happy years of lxfe ln the field of athletlcs vye gaye
fifteen Senrors to the football team thrreeen recelyed awards
Although the coyeted champronshrp slrpped from us vye had just
reasons to be proud of the flghtrng team that wore our colors Though
mjurres and bad breaks were 1 brg handrcap they upheld the tradltrons
of the proud Brovyn and XVh1te Wrth a new basketball coach
Johnny Jordan vye contrlbuted srx Senxors to the heayres and two
to the lrghts Once more the schools basketball teams carrled on
the spmt of Ctrmel that has been so characterrstlc of her teams of
the past lr to the whrrl of socral eyents Carmel stepped The
many dances all proyed a strrkrng success and the Holrday Dance
gryen at the Medrnah Athletrc Club to the enchantrng melodles of
Emll Flrndt and hrs lads set 1 new hrgh ln the clubs and organ
rzatlons much progress has been recorded The Art Chemrstry
and lrterary Clubs included many Semors rn their ranks 'lhe
Crsca and Commumstxc Club also vyere vyell supported by the Class
The Monogram Club through rts Senror members
became more actrye than eyer before and rs to be numbered as one of
Carmel s outstandmg clubs 'lhe Dramatlc Club to whrch the
bemors gaye therr whole hearted support presented Shannons of Broad
way a hllarlous comedy that yyas receryed w1th rrotous applause and
made a d1st1nct hit ln the field of mrnor sports the Senlors took
great mterest Boy-.mg yy restllng track golf tennrs yy ere
enllyened by the presence of many Senrors rn thelr respectrye rosters
Elght Senlors found places rn Carmel s Band and sxx more Were
recexyed mto the Orchestra The socral year yy as littrngly clrmaxed
by the Semor Prom held at Knoekerbocker Hotel Soft lnghts
enchantrng musrc a symphony of beautlful color truly a
And noyy rt remarns for us to say tareyy ell to our school and to
our many fr1enels and pals OL r gratrtude to those who shared our loys
our trlumphs our elrsappoxntments long vyrll the memorres of
those years spent ln her halls be lonl reeolleetlons No matter hoyy
dlyergent our walks of lrte the days at C armel wrll be eyer yyrth us
an lnsprratron to carry' onward to our last great reumon ln the brrght
noon of etermty
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ALLEN GEORGE Bro Myra Bradwell Monogram Club 4 Handball Runner up I
Z Heavyvt eaght Football Manager 4 Chaarman Apostolac Commattee 4
ANDERSON THOMAS M Tom St Brendans Track Teaml 2 3 4 C1sca3 Glee
Club l Art Club 3 4 Jumor Laterary and Debatang Team 2
ARZBECKER JOSEPH Deadpan St Cyral s MISSION Unat 3 Rooter s Club 3 Anta
Commumstac Club 4 Intramural Baseball Team 4 Casca 4 Intramural Basketball 2
BAGWELL JOHNJ Bags St Columbanus Intramural Basketball 2 3 Bandl 2 3
4 Drum Major 3 4 Boxmg l
BARRETT JAMES P Jammy St Josephs Nashvalle Tenn Intramural Basketballl
2 4 Intramural Baseball 2 3 4
BAZAN CHESTER J Chez Entered from Talden 3 Intramural Baseball Champs 3
BECKER GEORGE W Beck Entered from Harsch Jumor Hagh School ORIFLAMNH
Staff 4 Senaor Dramatlc Club 3 Intramural Baseball 2 3 Svtammang l
BECKSTROM HOWARD J Hoxue St Kallan s Bandl 2 3 4 Vace Presadent of the
Band 3 Presrdent of the Band 4 Dance Orchestra 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Intra
mural Baseball I Z 3
BELL JOSFPH A Joe St Gabrlels Llghtuelght Basketball l 2 3 All Catholac 2
Captaan 3 Heaxy xx erght Basketball 4 Mt Carmel s most xaluable basketball player of l936
I rghtxx elght Football 3 Heau ueaght Football 4 Honorable Xflentlon for All Catholac uar
terback 4 Student Councrl 3 'Vlonogram Club I Z 3 4 Class Treasurer 4 Secretary of
the Monogram Club 4 Vlember of Sodallty 4
BENDFEI 'I FRANK J Bennx St Thomas Apostle 'Irack 3 4
BERINGER ANDRFXV P Andx Entered from Hxrsch Jumor Hlgh School I aghtxxelglat
Football 2 XVrestl1ng 2 Heawxxeaght Football 4 Monogram Club 4
BERNIER BFRINARD V Bud Entered from Pullman T eela Z Intramural Basketball
3 Intran seballl
BII I ER FRAINIX F Btng St Brlde s I aghtxs enght Iootball l 7 I'leaXNueaglatlOOlb1ll
3 4 XXr stl ng I 7 Presldent of tlae Xlonogram C lub 3 4 Ant1Commun1st1e Club 4
Intramural Basketball l 7 I raek 4
BIRGE XX RI TER X a lx St Sabana s Surmnamg l 3 4 Bantamueaght Bas el
ball 2 Handball Xledallst 7 I lghtuelght Basketball 3 C xsea Delegate 4 Dramatxe C lub 4
I lterarx and Debattng Club 4 Intramural Basketball 4
Allen. . ', Anderson. I. IX. Aniol. S. A. Ari ecleer. J, Bagwell. J. J. Barrett. J. P. Bazan. C. J,
Birge. '. . Blanc e . R. T. Bremer. I5. O. Bresnehan. J. F. Brzyc i, .XXX Bul er, J. C. Bul er, X'. P. Burgy. J. A.
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ANIOL, STANLEY A. "Stan" St. Florian's. Wrestling 3, 4. Rooter's Club 3. Track 3.
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BANCHFIELD ROBERT T Scottle St Laurence Grammar School
BREMER FRANK O Frank Holy Rosary Grammar School
BRESNEHAN JOHNF Jack Our Lady of Peace Intramural Basketball l 2 Int a
mural Baseball 3 Art Club 2 3 Debatlng Team 4 ORIFLAMME Staff 4
BRZYCKI HUBERT W Brtsky Our Lady of Peace Heavywelght Football 4 Intra
BULGER JOHN C Johnny St Ambrose Proflclency Medall 3 Engllsh Medal l In
tramural Basketball l 2 3 4 Reltglon Medal 2 Art Club 3 4 Debatlng Team 4 Honor
Club l 3 4 ORIFLAMMP Staff Co edltor 4 Llterary and Debatlng Club 4 CIVICS Medal 4
Honorable Mentlon Chemlstry Medal 4 Honorable Mentmon Mathematlcs Medal 3 Proficlency
BULGER WILLIAM B1ll St Ambrose Art Club 3 Honor Club 3 4 Profictency
Fnnallst 2 3 Intramural Basketball l 2 3 4 Champs 2 Vtce Presldent 2 ORIFIAMXIF
Staff Co edltor 4 Honorable Mentlon CIVICS Medal 4 Llterary and Debattng 4
BURGY JOSEPH Whxstler Entered from Tllden 2 Llghtvselght Football 2 Heaxy
xxetght Football 3 4 Class Presmdent 3 4 Presldent of Sodallty 4 Monogram Club 3 4
BYRNE HAROLDE Bud St Thomas Apostle Intramural Basketballl 2 3 4 Stu
dcntCounc1l 2 ORH1 AMXII Staff 4
CAHILI EUGENE H Gene Entered from Pullman Tech 3 Heayyvserght Football 4
Sulmmmg 3 Clsca Delegate 4 Chemlstry Club 4 Senlor Llterary and Debatlng Club 4
CAHILL JAVIESJ Halfaman St Leo Sxummmgl 2 3 4 Captaln 3 4 Lxght
ue1ghtBasketball3 Vlonogram Club 3 4 BoX1ngl 2 3 Track3 4
CALLAHAN ROBERT J Cal St Brlde ORIPLANIXII Staff 4 Senlor Llterary and
Debatlng Club 4 Antl Commumst Club 4 Intramural Basketball l 2
CARLYLE DANIEL L Kltty Sa1ntAdr1an ORIFLANIXII Staff 4 Band I 2 3 4
Classlcal Orchestra 3 Intramural Basketball 2
b 2 3
CARNEY JOHN XV Rooster St Ph1l1p New Intramural Baskctballl 2 Intramural
1 2 ,gig
EDWARD B Ned St Laurence Monogram Club2 3 4 Lxghtxxclght Basket
JOHN Jack Entered from Marmlon 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4
Becker. .XV Beckstrom. H. J. Bell. J. A. Bend ell. Ii. J. Beringer. A. P. Bernier. B. V. Biller. If. F.
Byrne. H. If. Cahi .Il H. Cahi . J. J. Calla an. R. J. Carlyle. D. I.. Carney, . , X I. Clar .E B. Claus. J. G.
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CLEARY. ROBERT L. "Bob" St. Philip Neri.
COFFEY. WILLIAM J. "Bill" St. Laurence. Intramural Basketball Z. Intramural Base-
ball 3. 4.
COLEMAN. EUGENE J. "Bud" Entered from Bowen 3. Boxing 3. 4. State llZ lb.
Champion 3. Monogram Club 3. 4.
CONNOR, HARRY. "Duke" Entered from Hirsch 3. Lightweight Football 3. Intrainural
Basketball Z. 3. Intramural Baseball 3. Tennis 3.
CONNORS. WILLIAM. "Bill" Entered from De La Salle 3. Intramural Basketball 3.
COSTELLO. EMMETT L. "Cos" Entered from St. Leo 3. Track 3, 4. Cisca 3. 4.
COSTELLO. THOMAS J. "Bullet" St. Kilians Lightweight Football Z. Heavyweight
Football 3. Manager 4. Intramural Baseball 3. Intramural Basketball l, Z. 3.
COSTELLO. THOMAS J. "Tom" St. Laurence. Chemistry Club 4. Cisca Delegate 4.
DEAN. EDWARD H. "Ed" St. Catherine of Genoa. Band l. Intramural Basketball l. Z.
DEAN, FRANK L. "Diz" Bryn Mawr. Lightweight Football l. Swimming l, 4. Intra-
mural Basketball 2. Champs 3. Boxing 3.
Cleary. R. l.. Coffey. XV. J. Coleman. If. J. Connor. H. D. Connors. XV. J. Costello. IE. I.. Costello. T. John
Dolan. J. Joseph Dolan. James M. Donnelly. C. J. Dougherty. J. If. Dwyer. IE. T. Dwyer, R. C. Egan. J. M. Iihlert. Ii. J.
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DEERING. CHARLES M. "Buttercup" Our Lady of Peace. Anti-Communistic Club 4.
DEERING. MAURICE J. "Maurie" Our Lady of Peace. Track 3.
DE MARCO. ANGELO. "Dago" Phil Sheridan. Vice-President Junior Class. Lightweight
Football l. Secretary Senior Class. Heavyweight Football I, 2. 3. 4. Captain 4. Treasurer
Monogram Club 4. Chairman Eucharistic Committee 4.
DERBY. FRANCIS I-. "Frank" Art Club 3.
DOLAN. JAMES J. "Jim" St. Frances De Paula. Heavyweight Football 3. 4.
i f g ' vga DOLAN. JAMES M. St. Philip Neri. Anti-Communistic Club 4. Intramural Basketball
T' it 3 Z. 3.
DONNELLY. CHRIS. "Stub" Kenwood Grammar. Lightweight Football l.
DOUGHERTY. JOHN E. "Chick" St. Philip Neri. Track l. Z. 3. 4. Intramural Basket-
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DWYER, EDNVARD T. "Ed" Holy Cross, Heavyweight Basketball 3. 4. Monogram Club puma!!
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owy ER, RoBERT C. "Bob" sf. Ptmitas. Aft Club 1. oiiirliniiira Staff 4. Literary 4 It
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and Debating Club 4. Dramatic Club 4. Cast "Shannons of Broadway" 4. Intramural Soft- x I
ball 2. 4. Religion Medal 4.
EOAN JOHN VI "Jack" St Cyril's Literary' and Debating 4 Art Club 4 Intramural
Basketball l 2 3 Lightweight Football l H ayyweight Football 2
EHLERT FRED J Fritz Our Lady of Peace Anti Communistic Club 4
FANNIING JOHIN J Fan Visitation Literary and Debating Club 4 Boxing l Swim
ming l Intramural Basketball l
FEENEY JAMES J Jim St Vlargaret ORIIIRXIXII Staff4
FENNESSY THOMAS A Tim St Columbanus Entered from Quigley 4 Chemistry
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FISK RODERICK A Rod St Louis Academy Intramural Basketball 2
FLANIGAN WILLIAM A Mickey Little Flower Bantamwe1ghtBaskctball 3 Heayy
weight Basketball 4 Lltcrary and Debating Club 4 Intramural Basketball l Z
FORD H E Joe St Theodore Student Council Z Intramural Basketball l 2 3 Heayy
weight Basketball 4 Cisca Delegate 4 'Vlonogram Club 4
FREEDMAN LAWRENCE E Hebe Entertd from Bowen Z Lightweight Football 2
Heavyweight Football 3 4 Monogram Club 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Cisca 4 0
Secretary Junior Class Swimming Z 3
FRENCH ROBERT C Flash Entered from De La Salle l Clsca 3
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Fanning, J. J. Feeney, J J. Icnnessy. 'If A. liis . Q. A. Iflanigan, V. A. Iiord. H. If. Ifrucdman. l,. If. Frenc . .
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FULLAM. DONALD E. "Doc" St. Philip Neri. Track 3. 4. Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
ORIFLAXIME Staff 4. Dramatic Club 4. Cisca 3. Chemistry Club lSecretaryil 4. Olee Club
l. Mission Representative 3. Senior Literary and Debating Club 4.
FURLONG, EDWARD J. "Bimbo" Our Lady of Peace. Track 3. Intramural Basketball
GAUGUSH. FRANCIS C. "Fran" St. Catherine of Cienoa. Band l. Class Treasurer 2.
ORIPLAIXIME Staff 4. Proiiciency Finalist 2.
GECEWICZ, FLORIAN A. "Gus" St. Columbanus. Entered from Quigley 2. Band 2, 3.
4. Cisca 3.
GEDDES. WILLIAM H. "Bill" St. Philip Neri. Ciolf 3, 4. ORIFLAMME Staff lBusiness
Managerl 4. Senior Literary and Debating Club 4.
GIBBONS, WILLIAM M. "Ciiblets" Entered from Hyde Park 3. Intramural Basketball 3,
4. ORIFLAMXIE Staff 4. Mathematics Medal 3. Literary and Debating Club 4.
GILL, WILLIAM. "Bill" Holy Cross. Entered from Hirsch 2. Track 3. Handball 2, 3, 4.
Champ 2, 3.
GILLIGAN, PETER J. Entered from Niagara 3. ORIFLAMME Staff 4. Literary and Debat-
ing Club 4. Writers Club 4.
C1REVE, HAROLD R. "Dutch" St. Clara. Lightweight Football 2. Heavyweight Foot-
ball 3, 4. Heavyweight Basketball 2, 3, 4. Captain LHeavyweight Basketballl 4. Monogram
Club 2, 3, 4. Track 3, 4.
GUERIN, JOSEPH F. A'Lefty" St. Leo. Boxing 1, 2. Track l, 3. ORIFLAMME Staff 4.
Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 lPresident 4l. Dramatic Club Manager Z.
HALPER, BERNARD J. UB. J." St. Ambrose. Entered from Niagara Z. Cisca 4. Writers
Club 4. Chemistry Club 4. Track 3. Anti-Communistic Club lPresidentl 4.
HANLEY JOSEPH E "Stub" Lightweight Football l Heavyweight Football 2 3 4.
Heavyweight Basketball 3 Monogram Club 3 4
HANSEN WILLIAM M Handsome St Philip Neri Lightweight Football l Band l
2 3 Orchestra 3 Senior Literary and Debating Club 3 4 Glee Club l
HASKINS CHARLES T Prof St Philip Neri ORIFLAMNIE StafI4 Intramural Basket
ball l 2 3 4 Track 4 Golf 3 4 Literary and Debating Club 2 3 Cisca 4 Debating
HAYES JOHN J Johnny St Clara Re entered from Loyola 2 Intramural Basketball
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Hayes, J. J. Heatherly. W. A. Holstein, li. J. Hug cs. J. V. Hurley, I.. A. Hurncy, J. E. Johlic, T. P. Johnston, 'lf l
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HEATHERLY. WILLIAM A. "Wee Willie" St. Christopher. Cheer Leader l. Z. Intra-
mural Basketball l. 2. Boxing 3, 4. Mission Representative 3. Junior Literary and Debating TN T i
Club 2. HOLSTEIN. ERWIN. "Erv" St. Sabina. Swimming l. XVrestling 1. Band 1. 2. 3. Intra-
mural Basketball Z. 3.
HUGHES. JOSEPH V. "Lefty" St. Philip Neri. Ciolf 2. 3. 4. Cilee Club l. Intramural
Basketball l. 2. 3. Cisca 4. Literary and Debating Club 4.
HURNEY. JOHN E. "Jack" Our Lady of Peace. Proficiency Finalist l. 3. Honorable Men-
tion for Religion Medal Z. Chemistry Club 4. Student Council 2. Mission Representative 3
Cisca. Intramural Basketball l, 2. 3. 4. Baseball l. Z. 3. 4.
HURLEY. LAWRENCE A. "Duke" Entered from Pio Nono lVv'is.l 3. Intramural Basket-
ball 3. 4. ORIFLAMNIE Staff 4. Cisca 3. 4.
JOHLIC. THOMAS J. "Jolly" Sr. Brides. ORIFLAMME Staff 4. Dramatic Club 4.
JOHNSTON. THOMAS P. "Tom" St. Lawrence. Cisca Delegate 4.
KENNEDY, JOHN F. "Jack" St. Sabina. Lightweight Football l. Heavyweight Football
2. 3. 4. Monogram Club 4. Dramatic Club 2. Glee Club l. Band l. 2.
KENNEDY. VINCENT P. "Vin" St. Thomas the Apostle. Senior Literary and Debating
Club 3. 4. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. ORIFLAMNIE Staff 4. Anti-Communistic Club 4.
KENNEDY. WILLIAM J. "Bill" St. Thomas the Apostle. Senior Literary and Debating
Club 3. 4. ORIFLAMNIE Staff 4. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
KENNY. JOHN P. John' St. Gabriels.
KIELY JAMES P Moose Our Lady of Peace Monogram Club 2 3 4 Lightweight
Football 1 Heavyweight Football 2 3 4 Heavyweight Basketball 3 Wrestling 1 2
KIERNAN FRANK J Bud Our Lady of Peace Art Club l 2 Intramural Basketball
1 Z 3 Lightweight Football 3 Heavyweight Football 4
KOLB EMMET M Kobby Entered from Catholic Central tlnd l 2 Dramatic Club 4
KREBS VJALTER O NEILL Shorty St Ambrose Band l 2 3 Classical Orchestra 3
Senior Literary and Debating Club 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball l 2 3 4 ORIFI AMXIL
Staff 4 Olec Club l Anti Communistic Club 4 Debating Team 4
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Kennedy, J. F. Kennedy, V. P. Kennedy, W. J. Kenny, J. P. Kiely, J. P. Kiernan. F. J. Kolb, E. M. Krebs, W. N
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KRULL. EDWARD E. "Ed" Visitation.
LALLY, JAMES J. "Jim" Boxing 2. 4.
LE BEL, JOHN D. "John D." St. Clara. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4.
LECHNER, WILLIAM T. "Lech" St. Dorothy. Cheerleader l. Z. 3, 4. Captain 4. Dra-
matic Club 3. 4. Debating Z. Junior Literary 3. Senior 4. Intramural Basketball l, 2. 3.
ORIFLANIME Staff 4. Cast "Silas the Chore Boy." Cast "Shannons of Broadway" 4.
LENKSZUS, STEPHEN J. "Steve" All Saints. Intramural Basketball l, 2. 3, 4.
LEPENSKE. JOSEPH. "Joe" St. Martin. Art Club 2.
LINTHICUM, EDWARD E. "Ed" Entered from Quigley 4.
LOWERY. MARTIN J. "Bing" Band 4. Entered from Quigley 4.
LUDWICi, JOHN J. St. Philip Neri. Cheerleader 4. Lightweight Eootball l, 2.
LUKEN, NORBERT H. "Red" St. Philip Neri. Track l, 2, 3. 4. Captain 4. Monogram
Club 2, 3, 4. Cheerleader 4. Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3. 4.
LYNCH, AL. J. 'AAttaboy" St. Thomas Apostle. ORIFLAMME Staff 4. Manager of Basket-
ball 4. Monogram Club 4.
MACiUIRE, THOMAS P. "Mac" Entered from Brooklyn Preparatory 3. Senior Literary
and Debating 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 3, 4. Cisca 3, 4.
MARCINIAK EDGAR P Ed St Bronislava
MATHERN EDWARD A Red Entered from Momence Academy 2 Lightweight Foot
ball 2 Heavies 3 4 Handball 2
MILLER ROBERT J Dancing Master St Clotilde Golf4
MILLS JOHN V Johnny St Barnabas Lightweight Football Managerl CileeClubl
Intramural Basketballl 2 3 Boxingl 2 3 4
MOLONEY JOHN J Jack St Bride Entered from Niagara 3 Cisca Delegate4 Intra
mural Basketball 3 4 Senior Literary and Debating Club 3 4 Dramatics Staff 3 Cast 4
ORIFI AMMI Staff 4
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Miller, K. J. Mills. J, Y, Moloney J. J. Xlooncv. ', . NIorxl.1n,.l.Vs'. Mulligan. D. T. Nlurp cy. A. H, McCarthy. XY C
MOONEY. XVILLIAM D. "Moon" St. Patrick's. Lightweight Football 2, 3. Heavyweight farmqh
Intramural Basketball Champs l. 3. Bantamweight Basketball 3. Monogram
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MORGAN. JOHN W. "Punch Drunk" St. Thomas Apostle. Monogram Club 3, 4. Box- N
ing Team 1.2. 3.4. Art Club l. Z, 3, 4.
MULLIGAN. DONALD T. "Muggs" St. Carthage. Band l. 2. 3. 4. Boxing 3. Classical
Orchestra 3. Debating Team 3.
MURPHEY. ARTHUR H. "Binkey" St. Philip Neri. Intramural Basketball l, 2. 3. Mur-
phy Club l. Z. 3, 4. President 4. Ciolf Team 4.
MCCARTY. VJILLIAM H. "Sis" St. Anselm.
MCCONNELL. ROY F. "Jerry" Sutherland. Track 3, 4. ORIFLAMME Staff 4.
MCCORMICK. JOHN M. "Butts" St. Columbanus. Band l, 2. Boxing 3, 4.
MCDONOUGH. JOHN M. "Snares" Visitation.
MCGEE. DOMINIC O. "Mac" St. Brides. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. ORIFLAMME
MCOEE DONALDT Mac St Brides CISCB Delegate 4 Intramural Basketball l 2
ORIHAHWZ Staff 4
MC OOLDRICK CHARLES J Charlie St Francis De Paula
MCGOWAN JOHN L Buck Entered from Quigley 2 Band 2 3 Cisca 4
MCGOWAN BERNARD M Bernie Entered from Niagara 3 Intramural Basketball
Champs 4 Latin Medalist 3 4
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ipwtfy. M. J. 1.uawig.'fJ.-""' Luken. N. H. I.ynch.xATJ.l Mffguafe, T. P. miminiak, E. P. ummm, E.
I c onnell. R. F. . c ormick. J. M. . lCDonou 1 , .i . i cGee. . . cGee. . . MCGO ric .C. J. i c iowan, B. . cCiowan. J. I
MCGUAN, ERANK A. "Mac" Our Lady of Peace.
MCGUIRE. PETER J. "Willie" Our Lady of Peace. Intramural Basketball 1. 2. Dramatic
MCHUGH, ERANCIS J. "Mac" St. Clara. ORIFLAMME Staff 4. Chemistry Club 4. Writer's
Club 4. Boxing Team 4. English Medalist 3. Dramatic Club 4. Senior Literary and Debat-
ing Club 4. Lightweight Eootball 1.
MCMANUS, ANTHONY P. Holy Cross. Entered from De La Salle 3.
MCNELLIS JOSEPHA Mac Center Monogram Club 3 4 Boxing Teaml 2 3 4
Bantamvt eight Team 2 3 Intramural Basketball l 2 State Boxing Champion 3
NEALON JOSEPH T Joe St Erancls De Paula Intramural Basketballl 2 3
NOTHEISEN ERANCESC Erank St Rita Bandl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl
OBRIEN ROBERTJ Bob St Philip Neri ORIYLANIML Staff 4 Chemistry Club 4
Junior Literary and Debating Club Z Glee Club l Intramural Basketball Champs l Senior
Literary and Debating Club 4
ODEA GEORGE T Zeke St Clara Track Team 3 4 Monogram Club 3 4 ORI
IIANIMI Staff 4
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O KEEFE DONALD J Don Our Lady of Peace Track Team 3 4
O ROURIXE JOHN T Turk St Patricks
OMALLEY JAVIESJ Jim St Gabriel Boxing Teaml Z 3 Manager4 Dramatics
l Z 3 4 Handballl Intramural Basketballl
OSWALD XVILLIAM A Ozzie St Ambrose ORIPIANIKII Staff4 Junior Literary and
Debating Club 3 Intramural Basketball Z 3 Handball l Cisca 4
PALVIER RICHARD D Dick Holy Cross Class President 2 Proficiency Vlcdalist 2
English Nltdalist Z 4 Student Council 2 Class Treasurer 3 Honor Club 3 Cisca Vice Prtsi
dent 4 Class Vice President 4 ORIYI XXIXIE Managing Editor 4
PET ERSEN HAROLD E Pete Entered from Niagara 3 ORIII RNIXII Staff 4 Cisca
Delegate 4 Literary and Debating Club 4 Writer s Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 Track 4
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PETERSEN. VERNON. J'Pete" St. Law'rence. Manager of Basketball 3. Boxing Team l.
Handball 1. Football l.
PIWOWAR, VICTOR S. "Argo" St. Blase.
PUSZKIEWICZ. EUGENE S. "Russian" St. Michaels. Boxing 1.
READY, ALBERT P. St. Columbanus. Band 1, 2. 3, 4. Track 1, Z. 3, 4. Popular Orches-
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REGAN LAWRENCE G Entered from St Procopius College 4 Dramatic Club 4
REINER JOHN J Jack St Philip INer1 Grammar School Lightweight Football 3
Heay yw elght Football 4
RETTICH JOSEPH S Joe St Cyrils Lightweight Football l ORIFLAVIXIE Staff 4
Chemistry Club 4 Art Club 4 Literary Debatlng Club 4 Intramural Basketball Champs 3
REYNOLDS ROBERT M Bob St Joachim Chemistry Club 4 Dramatic Club 4
ROBINSON JOHN V Jack Entered from Bowen Boxing 2 3 4 Captain 4 ORI
FLAVIXIE Staff 4 Dramatic Club 4 Religion Medalist 3 Intramural Basketball 3 4
ROGERS JOHN A Buck St Columbanus Entered from Quigley 4 ORIFLAMNIL Staff 4
Chemistry Club 4 Dramatic Club 4
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ROSEINBERGER WALLACE A Rosy St Columbanus Business Manager Nora No
body 3 Lightweight Football 3 Intramural Basketball l Dramatic Club 4 Religion
ROTH ALBERT J Al St Catherine of Genoa Entered from uigley Chemistry
RUBINO JAMES A Ruby Eyerett Grammar School St Anne Parish Entered from
RYAN EDWARD T Ed St Gabriel Box1ng4 Ryan Clubl Z 3 4
RYAN JOHN J Jumbo Visitation Lightweight Football 3 Heavyweight Football 4
Ryan Clubl 2 3 4 Wrestl1ng2 3 Intramural Basketballl 2 3
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RYAN NORUS A Nor St Brrdes Bandl 2 3 Classlcal Orchestra 3 Jazz Orchestra
3 4 Art Club4 Pres1dentChem1stry Club4
SAYER ROGER E Baldy St Brlde ORIFIAMNIE Staff 4 Intramural Basketball l 2
3 Champs 4 Dramatlc Club Staff 4 Llterary and Debatrng Club 4 Art Club 3 Glee Club
l Bantamvs elght Basketball l
SCHATZ JOSEPH E Joe St Dorothys MISSION Un1t2 3
Cxsca 3 4
SHANLEY JOHN E Jack St Clotllde Lrghtvsexght Football 2 Heaues 4 Handball
2 Intramural Basketball l
SINNOTT ROBERT T Bob St Carthage Bandl 2
SLADE OLEINN NV Sparks James NVadsveorth Crrammar School ORIF1 XNIXH? Staff 4
ChCmlSIfy Club 4 Senlor Llterary and Debatlng 4
SINIITH ARTHUR S Art St Lau rence CISCA4
SNIITH ROBERT K Bob Our I ady of Peace Intramural Basketball l 2 3 4 Boxmg
Z 3 Smrth Club 4
SPEAR JOSEPH E Doe St Peter and Paul Rellgxon Nledal l Senror Llterary and
Debatmg Club 3 Track 4 QRIII XKIXII Staff 4 Iennls 4
SJ AKE GODPREH XX Nloon St Ambrose lntramuralBasketballl Z 3 ChampsZ
STOEQKER LEO Steek St 'Nlartln Glee C lub l Junmor Irterary and Debatlng Club
7 Intramural Basketball 1 7 ORIII xxwu Stuff 4
SXVEEINEY HARRX J Harry Entered from Nlagara 3 Iraek 3 X lce I resldent Clsea
Delegatlon 4 Cast Shannons of Broadxxax ORII I XXIXII Staff 4 XVr1ter s Club 4 Hon
orable 'Vlentron I.ngl1sh Nledal 4
SXVEEINEY EDXVARD J Ld Holy Rosarx Clee Clubl Boxlngl Intramural Basket
ball l Z 3 Dramltxe Club 4 Semor I ltertrx and Debltlng Club 4
SXVISK HEINRI J Hank Lntered from Bowen 3 Intramural Basketball 3
Ryan, L. J, Ryan, I '. A. Savrc, R. lj. Schatv. J. lf. Sthatlman, R. If. Sh.l1'1lCl'.J.I:. Sinnott. .T
Sweeney. H. J. Swish. H. J, Svpajer, C. lf. Tobin, 'If J. Tunny, J. Il Twohill, M. J. Urbanowski. '. S. Usher. J. R.
SCHATZIVIAN. ROBERT E. "Red" St. Eelicitas. Literary Club 3. 4. Writer's Club 4.
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TOBIN THOMAS J Tom Our Lady of Peace Culee Club l Intramural Basketball I
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Chem1stry Club 4 Track 4 Boxlng 4
TUNNY JOSEPH E Joe Holy Cross Intramural Basketball Champs l Boxlng Team
Z Ely yy C1 ht Basketball 2 L1ghtyye1ght Basketball 3 4 Captaln 4
TVJOHILL MICHAEL J Vlrke St lawrence Intramural Basketballl 2 3 4 Literary
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URBANOWSKI WALTER S Urbo Immaculate Conceptlon Entered from u1gley4
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XVALSH THOVIAS Entcrcd from Loyola 2 L1ghtyye1ght Eootball 2 Heayyfyy elght Eoot
ball 3 4 Art Club4 Wrlters Club4 Wrestllng Manager 4 Intramural Basketball Z 3
XVHITE JOHN H Elash St Brrdcs Olee Club l Intramural Basketball 2 3 Sen or
Ilterary and Debatrng Club 3 Track 3 ORIIIANINII Staff4
XVILTOEN JOHN I: Jack St Clara Llteraryf and Dcbatmg Club 3 4 ORIIIAKINII-
Staff 4 Track Team 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Spanlsh Vledallst 4 Honorable Mentlon 3
XVREIN RICHARDJ D1ck St Sabtna L1ghtyye1ghtI3ootball 3 Heayyyye1ghtEootball
4 Intramural Basketball Champs l
YOUING JOHNJ Vultch St Ph1l1pNcr1 Culee Club l Intramural Basketball Champs
I Boxxng 4 Scnlor I lterary and Debatrng Club 4 ORII I AXIXII Staff 4
ZEILER RUDOI PH J Z1 Entered from St FYJDCIS De Sales 3 Intramural Basketball
3 4 Boxlng Team 4
ZIV BERNARD C1 Barney St Cy rll s Glce Club l Proficuncy E1nal1stZ Class Treas
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Vzce President Secretary Treasurer
HE CLASS OF 37 marches on I ts perseverance and achievements typ: y
the spirit inherent in anything Carmelite Fully grounded are these men o
Carmel an character and ideals cflgam they have proven their valiant
leadership in the classroom and on the athletic eld
ln answer to the call o the gridiron twelve Juniors ought or the heavaes
six were awarded letters the lightweights called teen ve Junior men
helped the heavyweight basketball team battle through the season the light
weight team found seven on its roster the Class o 37 provided ve men or
the track team . . . eight or boxing . . . six or wrestling, and entered our teams
in the intramural tournament.
'The Junior Class furnished its share of members to the band and orchestra,
to the Slffonogram Club, the cv4rt Club, Literary and CDebating, and Cisca. As a
final dramatic gesture, the Class undertook and supported one of the most suc-
cessful funior CProms ever beheld in the history of the school. 'Their deeds pro-
claim them true sons of Carmel. Striving crusaders . . . The Class of '37.
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HE CLASS OF 38 has been outstandmg or :ts scholastac, athlettc, and
soctal achzevements, exhrbttmg as sophomores the true Carmel spmt, so
eagerly absorbed durmg sts reshman year
ln the classroom at produced an envtable record clatmtng more than
:ts share o honor cards On the athlettc eld rt was parttcularly actnve our
won berths on the heavywetght ootball squad three earned major letters
n the lzghtwetght team the heavywetght basketball
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team clatmed the services o three
bantams and flys had a worthy quota o sophomores CDemonstratmg
other sports, the soph's were prominent an manor athletics sax grapplers were
on the wrestling team ve made the boxmg team ezght members o e
class wore the colors o Carmel an track and the mtramural basketball tour
nament ound twelve sophomore teams entered
In the other organtzattons the class gave ntne men to the Band, seven to the
cv4rt Club, and many others to Crsca, Honor, and CDramattcs
Carmel s prtde an the Class o 38 as Just: ed, thezr past presages an zllus
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GEORGE WHALEN FRANCIS SEARFOSS JOSEPH GILL
Vice President Secretary Treasurer
NCE AGAIN an eager aspiring group o reshmen surge through the
portals o Carmel seeking to establish themselves as loyal and true ar
melites cylnd in this Chromcle o the Class of 39 are scholars
athletes and sportsmen
Eleven reshmen striving to uphold Carmel s ootball reputation made the
lightweight team CDisplaying exceptional ability ve reshmen saw service on
the heavyweight basketball team and three on the lightweights 'I' he bantam s
were aided by seven o the Class o 39 th y s called six .9Vfinor and
intramural sports ound no dearth o eager reshmen boxing track and
wrestling all had many rst year representatives
Sixteen reshmen were ound in the CBand. The other organizations
c-Art, Cisca, CDramatics, Writers . . . all filled their ranks with many active rosh
The Class o '39 has solidly entrenched itsel as another worthy standard
bearer o the traditions o Carmel and will win many honors or scholastic an
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T THE END of each year Mt. Carmel desires to
manifest her appreciation for the work done by her
outstanding scholars in upholding the honor of the
school. Towards this end gold medals are awarded
to the highest of the classes in general average or to those
displaying excellence in different subjects. The most coveted
award is the General Proficiency Medal. presented to the indi-
vidual who maintains the highest average in the school. In
addition to this, the leading member of each class receives a
Proficiency Medal as a reward for his labors. As these winners
are not selected until after the ORIFLAMME goes to press. the
five leaders from whom the winner will be chosen are pre-
sented on these pages. The Athletic-Scholastic Medal is
given to the senior athlete who maintains the highest average.
The English Medals, highly sought after awards, are
given for superior quality in special compositions. The fresh-
men compete by submitting autobiographies, and the other
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Bulger. John Hurnev. John Peterson. Harold KViltgen. John Ziv. Bernard
Hayes. Vlilliam Maguire. David Russell. John Quinlan. John I'0y. James
classes write short stories. The Civics Medal is awarded to
the student submitting the best essay on some current topic
of national importance. Journalistic Medals are only given
for exceptional work on the ORIFLAMME staff.
To those scholars who demonstrate superior knowledge
in different branches of theoretical and applied science are
awarded the Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics Medals. The
Latin and Spanish Medals are earned by individuals display-
ing excellence in each language. A member of each class re-
ceives a Religion Medal for his practical knowledge of the
fundamental doctrines of our faith. All of these medals are
awarded as a result of competitive examinations.
The Parent Organizations and friends of the school
demonstrate their co-operation and appreciation by gener-
ously furnishing the awards. Any student who wins a medal
may feel a justifiable pride in himself.
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l rex. Harold Miller. Stanley XX cil. Gerald Williams. John Matthews. Cveorgc
Perz. Hubert KVhalen. George Searfoss. Francis Cmill. Joseph Fleming, James
HI TRHXDI I IONS ot thtChurth
of th Catatombs tx mphfi x
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band ot staunth Chrtstmn martxrs
utrt bx th hhtrattd Churth ada t
to tht promotlon ot putt an to tn
tarrxmg ot tht Gosptl ot Chrxst to al
nauors Communrtxts ot 'Xlonks
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m to b a ru to rrst utr
tormtd lax orqnnlfatlons blossomtd
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ptrsttuttd and rtultd hx antltnt Rom
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utn to our own tlmts tht C hurth has
tstttmtd md xalutd UI'g1I'l1llllOU
N outh Orgzxmlatton plonttr moumtnt
of IIS klnd mn Amtrlca IS ont ot tht out
standxng athntxtmtnts ol Cnholxt A
tton and organllntmon oi tht prtstnt
dax Imltattd by kmdrtd moxtmtnts
throughout tht world admrrtd b
Catholxc and non Catholmc allk t
sttnds 1 hung trnbutt and mtmormal to
nts toundtr Hrs Lxctlltntx Bmimop
At C Irmtl too tht ltssons ot orgm
nlmons han not bttn ntglttttd Lndtr
skxlltd Ind lundly guxdantt manx and
xarxous tlubs and SOCILIILS ham bttn
toundtd and tosttrtd by th fatultx
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'MITILYLL txut sotul SLIJOJSIIL r
splrxtuul Carmtls OYQWTIIIIIIOHS art
tht sttppmg stonts that may gumdt tht
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RUE EDUCATION means more than the
mere acqu1s1t1on of knowledge true educat1on
has as IIS pr1mary object the fittlng of man for
vocat1onal pursu1ts and for the worth wh1le
occupat1on of hlS le1sure t1me For thlS reason Carmel
has always encouraged soc1et1es and clubs wh1ch offer
the student tra1n1ng 1n soc1al and C1V1C adjustment
There are two d1st1nct types of clubs at Carmel
those wh1ch concern the students themselves and
those Wh1Ch are organ1zat1ons of the parents Both
are gu1ded by the pr1nc1ple of student beneflt Through
the parent clubs a more harmon1ous relat1onsh1p IS
developed between teacher parent and student a
relat1onsh1p wh1ch IS h1ghly conduc1ve not only to a
more efliclent and progress1ve funct1on1ng of the ent1re
school program but IS also an added factor ln the bet
terment of the student s scholast1c outlook
The student organ1zat1ons offer a three fold bene
sp1r1tual cultural and soc1al Carmel has
planned through her organ17at1ons that common 1n
terest w1ll bmd the fellow members 1n p rmanent
The development of denmte ldeals bemg desxrable
tor l1fe and necessary for busmess Carmel has under
taken to present as many organlzatlons as are needed
to develop them 1n her students These varlous clubs
wlth thelr dlversliied alms have always extended ample
opportunlty for the students to develop thelr lnherent
talents and to form soclal contacts agreeable to 1nd1
L1kew1se the students attaln a feel1ng of lndepend
ence 1n the orgamzatlon and promot1on of clubs Th1s
student part1c1pat1or1 1n affalrs of the school IS a great
stlmulant to school Splflt
Thus through the medlum of extra currlcular
affalrs both student and parent become acqualnted
wlth problems of the school and the teacher acqulres
a much needed 1ns1ght 1nto the home background of
the student Carmel s clubs have for the1r prlmary
alm the mouldlng of student parent and teacher mto
a harmomous Whole that assures the atta1nment of a
Well rounded educatlon for each 1nd1v1dual Carmel
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C l Cirindell President
XY. .l. Bryar Vice-President
XV. Haas Secretarx
J. A. Huston Treasurer
ueen 0 Carmel
The most exclusive organiza-
tion is the Queen of Carmel Aux-
iliary, limited to those mothers
who have Carmelite sons or sons
who are prospective Carmelites.
The Auxiliary is gradually be-
coming a national organization
functioning throughout Carmelite
The Auxiliary is designed to
give their sons in Carmel an added
inspiration and zeal in the cause
of Christ, an inspiration possible
only from a mother. Praise is
surely due to this group of
The Mt. Carmel Dads Club was
established to strengthen the vital
relationship between father and
son. At monthly meetings. prob-
lems dealing with the welfare of
the boy. as the primary purpose
of the organization. are discussed.
This year it has undertaken
many more responsibilities. all for
the sake of the students . . . spon-
soring dances. promoting athletic
contests, and encouraging intra-
mural sports: the Dads Club is
ever widening its influence, at-
tempting to become the real
comrade of the boy--always his
friend, counselor, and partner.
ORll5l.ANlMl2 STAFF Krebs. N. Petersen. H. Lynch. A.
Bulger, J- Bulger. W. wingen. J. oiiiigm. P. Ziv, B.
Co-editor-in-chief Co-editor-in-chief Oswtlldv XV4 Mcconncllv R. Usher' J'
Palmer. R. Geddes, XV.
Managing Editor Business Manager
Becker. G. Bresnehan. J. Callahan. R.
Johlic. T. Kennedy. V. Kennedy. VV.
Rettich. J. Robinson. J. Rogers. J.
N PRESENTING our chapter in the
brilliant history of Mount Carmel High
School . . . we, the Staff of 1936, give
you the QRIFLAMME of Catholic Action.
Partraying interestingly and truthfully the
joys and sorrows, victories and defeats of the
past year, the ORIFLAMME marches onward
in the wake of its illustrious predecessors.
Classes, clubs, teams, organizations . . . paint-
ing for you a vivid picture of Carmel's every-
In as much as the ORIFLAMME has con-
sistently won the highest journalistic honors
. . . Interscholastic Press Association's "All-
American" honors-Catholic Press Associ-
ation's "All Catholic" rating-Illinois State
of merit-Columbian Scholastic Press Asso-
ciation's Gold Medal . . . we feel a deep
responsibility to uphold the traditions estab-
lished by previous ORIFLAMMES. The phe-
nomenal rise of the Catholic Action Move-
ment has inspired us to use its activities as the
theme of this book. "Catholic Action," has
been carried throughout the pages to impress
Riav. Axnmaw I.. Wiaibox. O. Cami
Carlyle D Dwyer, R. lfecney, J. l5ullam. D. G.1ugush.l7. Gibbons. XV. Guerin, J. Haskins. C. Hurlu
I eckner W. Maguire. T. Miller, R. Maloney. J. fNlcCice. D. O. McGee. D. T. McHugh. lf. O'Brien R. O'Dea C
Rosenberger, VV. Sayre. R. Slade, G. Spear. J. Stoecker. I.. Sweeney. H. Tobin. T. Vvlhite. J. Young J
the reader with the growing spirit of positive
application of Catholic principles to the life
of the student body. Here may be seen why
"Catholic Action" is not merely a trite phrase
but a functioning reality.
As the overwhelming success of Catholic
Action can be accredited only to the indom-
itable perseverance and zeal of Bishop Sheil.
who has devoted his labors unstintedly to the
development of this program, it is therefore
appropriate that this-the ORIFLAMME of
Catholic Action-be dedicated to him in rec-
ognition of his works and ideals.
Correlarive with the ORIFLJXMME and its
consistent success in the Held of high school
journalism is the name of Father Andrew L.
Weldon, faculty director. whose patience,
understanding and co-operation have been an
important factor in the work of compiling
and editing this book. The staff wishes to
express its deep sense of gratitude to Father
Andrew for his efforts in their behalf and that
of the ORIFLAMME,
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To The Class of '36
On behalf of your professors, and your
Carmel associates . . . the ORIFLAMME bids
you a sincere but regretful farewell. The sun-
set of your life at Carmel nears, a new and
sterner day dawns. Soon will the world be
testing the metal tempered carefully in the
crucible of four years of high school . . . The
crucial time is here. As you emerge into the
great arena of the competitive world, many
anxious moments await you and you must be
prepared to render an account of your years
of Carmel preparation . . . May it be a glo-
When the final chapter of your high school
career reaches its conclusion in Graduation
night, the members of your class will disband
and scatter. Only memory will be left with
you to bring back your days at Carmel. We
of the ORlFl-ANlME Staff are hopeful that the
records we have perpetuated on these pages
will in the future years recall those treasured
friends and stirring moments that marked
your days at Carmel. Class of '36, as the
twilight shadows deepen we bid you farewell
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Bresnehan, J. "
I eckner W
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N NO other organrzatron at Mount
Carmel does vocatronal trarnrng re
cerve more complete attentron than
rt does rn the Lrterary and Debatmg
Socrety the schools oldest organrza
tron For years the club has been out
standrng for the rmportant work that
rt accomplrshes and for the complete
ness and thoroughness of rts methods
The purpose of the Socrety rs to teach
the boy the art of publrc peakrng but
rt does far more than rts name rmplres
The student must learn to overcome
shyness or embarrassment rn talkrng on
hrs feet before an audrence He must
be able to present hrs rdeas confidently
and rntellrgently thrnk clearly and
swrftly express hrmself wrth force terse
ness and clarrty and cultrvate an easy
porsed manner rn speakrng a manner
that must be natural and appealrng
Moreover he must teach hrmself to
analyze accurately the vrews and argu
ments of opponents The value of such
a trarnrng cannot be overemphasrzed rts
benelits are many Frrst rt drscrplrnes
the mrnd by makrng rt obey the com
mands of the wrll It broadens the stu
dent s scope of knowledge by mtroduc
rng hrm to subjects wrth whrch he had
been prevrously unfamrlrar It develops
hrs personalrty and thus makes hrm a
more rnterestrng conversatronalrst and
rncreases the demand for hrm socrally
And finally rt grves hrm the abrlrty to
talk before an audrence rn a manner
whrch wrll be smooth unruflled and
wrth an audrence appeal It would be
futrle to go rnto a lengthy drscourse
lrc speakrng No matter what our edu
catron may be when We enter the com
petrtrve world we must be able to use
rt to be a success Certarnly thrs wrll be
rmpossrble rf our abrlrty to converse rs
hampered by a medrocre delrvery puny
vocabulary or bad grammer The mem
bers of the Lrterary and Debatrng So
crety are taught to overcome such
handrcaps through drrected trarnrng
useful readrng and practrce
Frater Frederrc rs the popular mod
erator of the socrety and wrth hrs char
acterrstrc pep and enthusrasm he helps
the club rn every way Next year he
hopes to haye an organraatron more
actrve and more trghtly knrt than eyer
before The club owes hrm a debt of
It may be easrly seen that the Lrterary
and Debatrng Socrety rs one of the really
rmportant organrzatrons rn the school
and rs dcservrng of the support of every
student We hope for years to come rt
may be rncrtasrngly successful
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LEADER among the newlx
lnaugurated organxzatlons of the
past season IS the Thespnans an
outgrowth of the Dramattc Club
Formed early rn the fall of 1935 to
arouse an mterest m dramatxcs among
the underclassmen and to develop the
hlstrxomc talents of lxkely maternal
whnch lacked expenence enough to par
txcrpate ln the Dramatlc Club s annual
productron nt has had a marked success
The school has decrded that groommg
maternal for future plays IS much more
successful than the rather hrt or mrss
system of selectxng the club usually
employed Many eager freshmen and
sophomores have flocked to nts ranks
and bxd falr to become real stars Even
thxs year some of tts members have
obtamed posrtrons rn the cast of the
Dramatnc Club s presentatron The xdea
of the Thesp1ans IS a commendable one
as xt IS poor pollcy to allow boys wrth
stage ab1l1ty to waste lf because of lack
of real trammg
A wxse selectxon was made ln placmg
Frater Kneran at the head of the organ
xzatton He has had wlde dramatxc ex
penence and has dnrected a number of
successful productxons Certamly he
has shown marked ab1l1ty ln drawmg
latent talent from hxs students and m
smoothmg the rough edges of therr
efforts He deserves great pranse for hrs
Though the Thesptans are but one
season old they are firmly establlshed ln
the extra currxcular affalrs of the school
and from all 1I1dlC3l10I'lS wxll be even
stronger and more successful next fall
ROM the ranks of the Ltterary
and Debatmg Socxety a group of
proiicxent orators were selected to
form a debatmg team to represent Mt
Carmel m mterscholastlc meets These
boys were selected because of thexr ex
cellent scholastlc records and thelr poten
tlal qualxtles as speakers They rep
resented Carmel rn several mformal
debates aflarrs that were both competx
txve and entertammg The members
not only gamed honor for the school
had several enjoyable afternoons but
also gleaned a knowledge of the funda
mentals of debatmg
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H onor Club
HE most exclusive of Carmel s stu
dent organtzattons ts the Honor
Club Its membershtp ts ltmtted
to the five from each class who earn
postttons as proftctency finalists I
other words the twenty men tn the
school who through thetr tndustry and
appltcatton secure the htghest scholasttc
postttons out of the enttre student body
mertt membership tn the honor soctety
The purpose of the club ts to reward
those students who whtle not recetvtng
proftctency medals deserve recognttton
for thetr supertor abtltty By gtvtng
membershtp tn the Honor Club the
school attempts to fulfill tts obltgatton
MONG the vartous student or
gantzattons at Mt Carmel the
Art Club has become one of the
successful both tn soctal and arttsttc
ltnes The club was formed prtmartly
to foster the talents of the students who
were arttsttcally tncltned However re
cently tts scope of acttvtttes has tn
creased most raptdly It has become the
chtef adverttstng agency for most of the
schools soctal and athletic functtons
and at all ttmes the club has responded
vartous sponsors All of thts advertts
tng gtves the members of the Art Club
practtce which ts useful tn developtng
thetr abtltttes Parttcularly commendable
were tts works for the football games
the dances and the Carntval
Then the Art Club joined the Band
tn sponsortng a very successful dance an
affatr that was truly Carmeltte tn every
feature This was not the ftrst ttme the
Art Club had ventured to show tts
abtltty tn the soctal field nor was tt the
first ttme they enjoyed success
As ts customary the members held
an annual ptcntc The outtng ts yery
popular stnce they are granted a spectal
We see that the Art Club really serves
a tyyo fold purpose first tn benefittng
the arttst by teachtng htm the prtnctples
of tllustrated adverttstng and by allow
tng htm to put them tnto practtce and
second tn benefiting the school by help
tng tn the publtctty work and by sup
porttng tts extra curricular acttvtttes
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HE Chemistry Club, one of Car-
mel's new additions to her organi-
zations, has for its aim the increas-
ing of interest in high school science.
particularly chemistry, that the student
may have a practical knowledge which
will be useful in everyday life. With this
principle in view it has developed into
one of Mt. Carmel's most active bodies
with a many featured program. Mem-
bership is limited to those who are
really interested in science and its uni
versal value Much credit IS due our
capable and solicitous faculty advisor
Frater Damian for his untiring efforts
in behalf of the club His valued ad
vise and suggestions have proved to be
indispensable and he assuredly deserves
our most sincere gratitude
NOTHER of Carmel s new or
ganlzations IS the Writer s Club
the outgrowth of a realization
originating in Cisca that the Catholic
Church needs good writers who can do
a great deal of the work of propagating
the Church and defending its principles
against the inroads of malicious un
Christian authors The Church will
not sit idly by while subtle attackers
attempt to tear down what has taken
generations to build Carmel has taken
upon itself the obligation to aid the
development of such scribes
At the meetings of the club the mem
bcrs submit articles on various current
topics which have particularly inter
csted them In this way they give them
selves practice in thinking clearly and
in expressing their ideas forcefully con
ciscly and interestingly Articles that
arc submitted are analyzed by the mem
bers to bring out both their favorable
and unfavorable points ln this way
the student is better directed along cor
cherishes the hope of some day publish
ing a small magazine of its works
Frater Vlaurice is moderator of the
Writer s Club and is making it increas
ingly successful with each passing weef
His efforts are certain to make it more
than just a one year flash in the pan
Surely the purpose of the club should
lcad many students to support it train
ing in writing is most valuable in later
life regardless of what occupation the
individual follows The school feels
that the future success of the Writers
Club is assured
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WO THOUSAND stu
dents slsters brothers
and prlests fnll the seats of
a large audrtorlum On
Bilge W the stage IS a mlcrophone near
CMH E whxch stands a tall young man
DelVlarco wxth a gavel rn h1s upralsed hand
The murmur of VOICES d1es slowly
late comers crowd agamst the
door The gavel descends
The meetmg will come to or
lord H er
And thus xt begms e
drama that portrays the devotxon
ot youth to the cause of Chrlst
Cnsca lS havmg a general meetmg
Young people the spmtual lead
Holstem I: ers of today speak d1scuss ex
Hurnev J change ldeas and thelr vo1ces
Maloney J are a rxsmg crescendo agamst the
1rrel1g1ous schxsm of this genera
Chxcago Inter Student Catholxc
Actlon Cxsca IS one of the most
MCGW D I potentlally powerful organ1za
amen cago From the trme of 1ts first
mceptlon m 1926 under the d1rec
t1on of Father Joseph Remer the
movement has recexved enthuslas
t1c approval and support The
spark of that first small band has
ZW B grown 1nto the burnlng zeal for
Cum D actlon that IS C1sca today
Through lt Blshop Shell has
unlted the forces of student
enthuslasm towards a cause to
promote h1s movement for the
Um" L propagatlon of the cause of Chrlst
I"7g"ald G He reallzes that leaders who w1ll
nncorporate the doctrmes of the
Church mto every feature of thelr
llves can do more to fortlfy and
defend Chrlstlan soclety than can
any other power whlch mlght be
mustered It IS a movement of
mnhm Q co operatlon and umty not one
tm of revolutxon
CISCA now embraces every Cath
ol1c hlgh school and college m the
Cxty of Chlcago and has a mem
bershmp of over two thousand It
Mllmn J holds commlttee meetlngs once a
Rmdon J week and general meetmgs for all
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members three times a year. The
entire movement does much to aid
Catholic Action, build character
in our students, strengthen the
Church, presents the power of
unity to any factor it may be com-
bating, and restore faith to a dis-
satisfied generation that was
threatening to revolt.
With a fervent realization of
its importance Carmel enters
wholeheartedly into the vital work
of Cisca All activities sponsored
by the organization receive com
plete support by every student
at Carmel Delegates are ap
pointed to represent the students
on Cisca s four executive commit
tees Eucharistic Our Lady s
Apostolic Literature an
Catholic Social Action Commit
tees Carmel supports the New
World the Legion of Decency
Stamp Drives and other of Clsca s
movements Carmel s branch of
Cisca the Sodality of Our Lady
of Mount Carmel has grown from
almost nothing until it includes
practically every student in the
school The credit must go to
Carmel for holding the largest
general meeting ever convened by
Cisca in May 1935
The various problems with
which Cisca IS involved are appor
tioned among the different mem
ber schools for them to deal with
particularly The problem as
signed to Carmel lS communism
that unbridled beast which would
devour Christian civilization
Carmel s Cisca delegates are fully
aware of the seriousness of the
communlstlc theory and expend
every effort to combat its activities
and teachings Special studies are
made of the subject suggestions
are offered and reports are sub
mitted ln every way Carmel seeks
to uproot this evil
Thus it may be seen that Car
mel is without peer in supporting
the Bishop through Cisca to weave
Catholic principles into every
branch of life whether social
political or professional
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Olner C r
Albrnght J Alpme P Amstutl R Brtdgcford F Gleason J Hall W' Kempf K lacy R lyke W Messner F
Hoffmann R uratmk J lang Murano M Murphy J Nflurphy E J Phelps J Qumlan J E Haas W Hansen J
Carlyle D GCCCWICY I' lovsery M
ARMEL S BAND had a very sxgnxficant
though humble begmnmg Back m mneteen
hundred and thtrty a handful of boys rep
resentmg the combmed efforts of faculty students
and dlrectors unlted to form the nucleus of the Band
an orgamzatxon whxch was to brmg new culture to
the halls of Carmel Ever smce that first meetmg
the Band has grown steadlly 1n numbers and de
veloped raptdly tn ab1l1ty untll at the present tlme lt
has become one of the finest umts of nts kmd ln the
Clty of Chicago
Under the capable guldance of Mr Herman
Berrmger as dlrector and Prater R6glS and Prater
Francts as faculty advxsors the Band has agam
recelved c1ty wlde recogmtlon lt IS a true reflectxon
of Mr Berrmger s capab1l1t1es as musxclan and leader
of the loyalty and perseverance of the members
The xmportance of an organlzatnon such as thls
and tts effect on the lnfe of the school can hardly be
oyerestlmated As a source of secondary musrcal
trammg the Carmel Band has no peer Though most
of tts members have had prevlous mustcal experlence
here they recent the fimsh whxch dlSfl1'1gUlShCS the
expert from the ordinary player Another feature of
the trammg ns thc work guen rn mtlxtary drtlllng
and ln cxecuttng certaxn rtqulred figures
Barblerr V Beckstrom H lally J au J
Thls comblnatxon of muslc and marchmg forms
a stxrrmg slght that thrrlls even the most calloused
spectator m the stands and msptres the team and nts
adherents to new helghts
At most of Carmel s publtc functlons the Band
takes a prmcxpal part The corps offered dxversxon at
the Parent Teacher meetmgs 1nsp1red the players at
all the football and basketball games and set the
tempo of htlarlty at the Pep meetmgs Indeed
whatever the mood deslred the Band may be de
pended upon to draw from 1ts vast repertotre just
the rxght plece to mold such a feelmg
Few realnze the sacrlfice entalled 1n parttclpatxon
tn Band actxvltxes Rehearsmg requlres many hours
of toll to reach the exactmg standards of thexr dtrec
tor who wxll accept nothmg short of perfect Durmg
the football season the members must devote a great
deal of ttme to practlcmg the marchmg and learmng
of alphabetlcal formatxons whlch are presented before
opponents They must forfett a great deal of txme
on the days of functxons tn whlch they take a part
smce they are requxred to report early for preparatton
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Heckler N Jacobmeyer C VIJF7 'VI Obarslsl R Orr K Povters J umn J Schultz XX XhllllJmS J Bccktsrom H
'VIcK1ll1p J Ready A Ryan 'N Slade G
Through the lnterest of the Mother s Club whlch
has held many affaxrs ln behalf of the Band xt rs
completely outfitted rn attractxve umforms These
are not only supplred but are also mamtamed nn excel
lent condltlon bv the mothers The school owes a
deep debt of gratltude to them for thexr co operatron
rn asslstmg the Band as an organ of the school
For the second year the Band sponsored a dance ln
collaboratnon wxth the Art Club The Band rs not
new to the socxal flelfl and clearly showed thus by
the admmrstratlve ablllty rt drsplaved rn handlxng
the problems of thus dance In keepmg wxth Carmel
tradrtxons the dance was a complete success The
Band also holds an annual concert at which rt struts
rts musxcal best Carmel s Band IS truly one of the
permanent organwatlons of the school xts founda
tions are secure The fact that rts hlstory IS one of
constant development IS largely due to the loyalty of
lts members the perseverance of xts leaders and the
encouragement of the faculty
And so xt rs wxth just prlde that Carmel polnts
to her Band a more able actxyc or progressrye
organwatlon could not be found m the length and
breadth of the clty
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HOUGH comparatrvely young the Orchestra
has established 1ts posntlon as an organ17at1on
popular wrth the school It jazz type of
musxc appeals to modern youth and contrxbuted to
the Orchestra s enthuslastlc receptlon
Thxs year lf IS a somewhat smaller organ17at1on
of greater mdlvrdual perfectlon Thus new arrange
ment has the adyantagc of makmg 1 more compact
unit that wlll remam mtact and glve 1 more thorough
The Orchestra IS under the able gurdance of
Father Jullan who organ17ed It four years ago I s
llbrary now cons1sts of all present day numbers as
well as many standard old txme melodles At y 1r1ous
affalrs for whlch they furnlsh the musnc thexr per
formance has always drawn an apprcclatlye applause
They haye been responsrble for delrghtful entertam
ment at the Carmyal dramatxc presentatxons club
meetmgs shows dmners and other functlons Another
valuable feature of the Orchestra IS thc traxmng yy hlch
nt gryes rts members m a modern type of musuc a
trammg that may often lead to prohtable carccrs rn
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Ronspncs B Mcmon J Crepeau O Stelmasnk R Robertson C Qumlnan J
Ihmyqfn X Xllcn G Hanlex J MCB-elns IURCH N lH1fh A
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Tunney J Dwyer E
HE CHERISHED hope of every Carmel student IS
to secure membershlp 1n the exclusxve Monogram
Club Only those who have won major letters 1n
Football Basketball Track Swxmmmg or Boxing
may be numbered among 1ts select members As there are
only Hfty students ln the club out of an enrollment of almost
a thousand 1n the school and as membershlp mdlcates superxor
athletlc ab1l1ty xt IS quxte apparent why everyone would seek
admlttance Membershxp IS an honor worthy of those who
have put forth the1r efforts to brmg glory to the school on
the athletic field
The club was formed ln 1927 to guard agalnst students
wearlng letters of other hlgh schools at Carmel or wearmg
unearned major or mmor letters At all tlmes the organlza
t1on has managed to check vlolators and make the Carmel
emblem a sign of honor Thxs year a number of other dutles
have been added to those whlch are now a part of the club s
work the members officlate at many meetmgs they see
that all tlckets for athletlc or other events are properly han
dled and they mamtam order at functxons ln whxch the
students partlclpate Wlth each succeed1ng year the Mono
gram Club 1S becomlng a more lmportant cog 1n the machmery
of Mt Carmel a1d1ng 1n its mechamcal operation part1c1
patlng ln 1ts af'fa1rs and supportmg the school 1n every way
Composed of athletes wso understand the prmclples of
the game and who know the value of encouragement tlhe
Monogram Club far surpasses any other organxzatlon 1n back
mg and promotmg Carmellte athletlcs The older members
and the coaches m mstructmg the asplrants to athletxc recognl
txon and ln prepar1ng them to serve on Carmel s teams Thexr
falr judgment and broad knowledge of the sport serve as an
mspmng element to the players These servxces rendered to
the teams and coaches themselves are an mvaluable assxstance
for whlch the Monogram Club deserves much credlt
The club whlch does not confine ltself purely to ath
letlcs opened 1ts season of social act1v1t1es by sponsorlng a
dance in the gymnasium a dance that gave promlse of great
success ln future ventures Next the club sponsored the foot
ball and basketball banquets both of whlch recexved well
earned co operatlon and pralse
The Monogram Club does not l1m1t 1ts sphere of action
to Carmel alone The semors of the club served as ploneers
for Bxshop Shell ln spreadlng h1s propaganda concerning the
Cathollc Actlon Movement In the future the number of such
ventures IS to be greatly mcreased
Many objectlves find the1r fulfillment through the
Monogram Club It serves as a spokesman for the entlre
school ln mterscholastlc dealmgs Further lf embodles the
real splrnt that IS the Catholnc boy draws approbatxon upon
the school and acts as a leader for the student body Few
orgamzatrons of such l1m1ted slze can clalm the act1v1t1es
prommence or lmportance that IS the Monogram Club s
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HE lnexhaustxble Carmel
sp1r1t finds another outlet in
her Name Clubs In recognl
tion of the good will of this net
work of clubs Carmel has sanc
tloned their act1v1t1es for the
eighth consecutive year They
have broadened the1r scope in con
junctlon with Carmel s policies
and this year present the most
representative group of name clubs
The Ryans still top the Irish
clan by a wide margin They have
waxed in power and membership
ever takmg a greater part m affairs
of the school
The O Connor Club has passed
the critical period and now appears
to be permanently established
Containing two faculty members
this organlzatxon is generally rec
ogmzed for its enthusiastic support
of school affairs The members
display talent ln both academic
and social lines
The Smith Club was formed
this year and has already rated the
distinction of bemg more actlve
than any other Through ltS mem
bers the Smith Club has mvaded
football boxlng minor and mtra
mural sports the ORIFLAMME
staff and other organizations
a remarkable record for so limlted
Happy Birthday Millers'
The Mlller Club surprised the
school when it broke the Celtlc
monopoly and inaugurated its first
year of existence at Carmel They
certainly have established a bright
future wlth such a large member
In spite of a dearth of Sullivans
in the Senlor class they were suf
ficlently strong to place among
Carmel s first six names The
Sulllvans are very progresslve for
a one year club and this concen
tratlon of the1r members in
underclass lS lI1dlC3tlVE of further
The O Brlen students were able
to form a name club this year for
their speclal interests Realizing
the advantage of their orgamza
tion for the first time the members
are 3W3,1tlI1g next years enroll
ment results that they may again
resume the1r O Brien friendships
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tln order of appearancem
Shortvu Jones. porter of hotel Owen Hickey
Pa Swanlev. proprietor of iSXX'C1l"l7CY House"
Charlev Dill, a railroad man John Rogers
Hez Davis. a bootlegger Martin Lowery
Vance Atkins Charles Haskins
Bert Savage. a brakeman on the railroad Edward Sweeney
Minerva Harper. a head waitress Robert Brvar
Oscar. billing agent for local theatre Vfilliam Duffy
"Chuck" Bradford. Jr. kvilliam H339
Charles Bradford. Sr.
Newt Iiddv. a country shvster
liour Melody Boys
. James Nlalonev
fTom L Howard Beckstrom
ill James McKillip
Jake Victor Barbieri
,etc Norus Rvan
Much credit must be given to Prater
Kieran for his work as director of the
play. Prater Kieran has unusual ability
to transmit his ideas to the cast and to
drew from them stores of untouched
talent of which they were completely un-
aware. To him must go the greater share
of whatever honors the Dramatic Club
receives. Another who deserves un-
bounded thanks for his efforts is Father
Angelus, faculty sponsor, who was the
sustaining light in the many problems
that confronted the club.
The cast was selected strictly on a
basis of ability, not seniority, a policy
which contributed materially to the
strength of each role. Although a few
individuals stood out above the others.
in general the cast was nicely balanced.
The entire performance of "The Shan-
nons of Broadway" was marked by ex-
cellence in general acting ability. The
leads were carried by Jim O'Malley as
Mickey Shannon and by Leo Knight as
his wife. Jim. a dramatic veteran of three
years. displayed that wealth of humor
and snappy acting that stole the show
for him last year. Leo Knight. making
his stage debut at Carmel. left the mem-
ory of his part impressed deeply on the
minds of the audience for his all-around
ability in handling the feminine lead.
Bob Bryar as A'Minerva," the laugh-pro-
voking waitress. gave one of the most
interesting and individual performances
of the show. Other leaders among the
cast were Martin Lowery as I-lez.
Owen Hickey as Shorty. John Rogers as
Charley Dill. and Bob Dwyer as Tessie
Sutton. Also the Four Melody Boys.
Beckstrom. McKillip, Ryan and Barbieri.
furnished some outstanding music.
A realization of the value of dramatics
has been growing more pronounced at
Mt. Carmel with each succeeding year.
XVhile the individual will not be called
upon to play a "balcony scene" every day
of his life and he may never again actually
participate in a stage production, experi-
ence in high school dramatics is a valu-
able training in personality and character.
lt gives the youthful dramatist confi-
dence. poise. individualism, adaptability.
leadership, and training in speaking. Its
virtues are almost countless. To further
primary dramatics the Dramatic Club of
Mt. Carmel aims to produce more than
one playa year in future seasons. Cirad-
ually it is approaching this goal through
the co-operation of friends of the club.
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HE GENTLE hands of the Savior
as He vvalleed the ancient hills of
Palestine vvere ever extended t
those who were in physical distress. The
Christian warriors that rallied 'round
the banner of Constantine are proof
that His Church vvhile not deifying
the body as did the Greeks and Romans.
fully appreciated phy'sical fitness. The
Knights of Xlalta. The Knights Tem-
plar, militant religious orders, who met
and defeated the Turks. trained for vvar
by contests of physical prowess. deeds
that displayed courage. skill, and chiv-
alry. Europe of the Vliddle Ages with
the approval and encouragement of the
Vledieval Church was to boast of her
pageants of athletic skill which offered
diversion to squire, knight and freeman.
' e A terest ' athe ics o e
Church of our own age is typified by
the Catholic Youth Organization f
is op Sheil. The "C. Y. Of as
offered an outlet for physical energy
that was hitherto denied The numer
s C Y O centers are not only
giving the Catholic youth of Chicago a
means of wholesome bodily develop
ment but are furnishing a spiritual
training and an environment that is cer
tain to develop the youth of today into
the valued citizen of tomorrow
Carmel too is wise in her program
of athletic activities long has she
recognized that only a few possess the
ability to engage in inter school con
tests thus intramural athletics have
always been stressed each boy may
receive the benehts a wisely directed
physical educational program that will
mold his character as vvell as develop
A true son of Carmel enters the busi
ness vvorld spiritually physically and
WRITHING halfback slrces through the l1ne
a leaplng forward smks a basket
Whlfe blur breasts the tape a splash1ng
body churns a path to the nnrsh a hope
less putt fmds the cup a dazzllng smash b1ICS the
baselme leather thuds agarnst flesh a figure
crashes beneath a body slam and once agarn Carmel
No branch of school act1v1ty w1ll more certamly
brlng out the joyful splrrtedness of youth as w1ll
athletlc compet1t1on or any type of physlcal expres
s1on Carmel turns thrs effervescent fountaln 1nto
channels where If w1ll be the most productlve and
presents for the world s approval teams wh1ch have
made rt admlred famed and feared The name Carmel
has reached helghts where 1ts mere mentlon commands
a slncere respect Its opponents know they can expect
the best 1n iightlng Splflf ab1l1ty and sportsmansh1p
But not all may be among those chosen few who
are to represent Carmel 1n the actual confllct and what
d1st1ngu1shes Carmel teams lS the loyal support they
IGCGIVC from the student body Wh1ch throngs the
cheerlng sectlon They support thelr team not as a
burdensome duty but as a cher1shed pflVllCg6 The
opposmg team meetmg a Carmel team combats not
only the few on the Held but the entlre school The
boy rn the stands shares rn Carmels v1ctor1es and
bears the weight of her losses, l1ke a true sportsman he
IS loyal in the hour of trrumph, and loyal 1n the hour
Th1s section of the ORIFLAMME attempts to por
tray the true sportsmansh1p of Carmel's athletes
. sportsmansh1p that sends her teams forth fightmg
clean and hard. fightmg to the last gun . sportsman
sh1p that admlts no al1b1s 1n the moment of defeat . .
sportsmansh1p that gloats over no fallen foe. . sports
sh1p that IS characterlstlc of Catholxc gentlemen, char
acter1st1c of true sons of Carmel.
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COACH OFSTIE AND REID
ELKHART After spendmg two weeks 1n trarmng
at camp Carmel engaged 1n 1ts flrst practrce game
meetmg Elkhart Hlgh at Elkhart Ind Under a bl1s
termg fall sun Elkhart turned back Carmel and fmally
sweated out a thrrteen to seven vxctory
EROEBEL On the followlng Erlday playrng at
Cuary Carmel engaged Eroebel Hlgh School The game
revealed that Carmel had rmproved conslderably the
team scored on a beaut1ful sxxty yard run by Joe
Looney But Eroebel playlng smart football succeeded
nn amassmg thlrteen pomts and m w1nn1ng the game
thlrteen to s1x
LOYOLA Carmel opened nts regular league season
agalnst Loyola at therr stadlum The Brown and
Whlte scored flrst when Looney went over early wlth
the p1gsk1n Sackley was responslble for Loyola s only
touchdown when he scored on a wrde end sweep The
tense sltuatxon of the t1e score was relreved as Blller
went over w1th Carmel s second touchdown The
game ended wrth Carmel holdmg the brg end of a
thrrteen to s1x score
JOLIET In 1ts second league effort Carmel chalked
up another v1ctory makmg Cathollc Hlgh of Jolret
the v1ct1m Our frlends from down state were forced
to watch Carmel score three tlmes Bell put across two
touchdowns and Burgy credlted hlmself wrth the
th1rd De Marco klcked a pomt to complete the total
of nmeteen to the enemy s nothmg
ST LEO The followmg week Mt Carmel and
St Leo met at Soldxer s Eleld before 30 OOO spectators
Eeelmg was qulte bltter and the game qulckly turned
the first half but finally Brennan completed a pass to
Cahill for a touchdown Cahlll converted the extra
pomt Durmg the second half Carmel attempted many
passes but vtere unable to connect for any real gams
Bell xx as cut short of a touchdown after returmng a
punt thrrty tvto yards In the final perlod another
L1on attack was halted on the seven yard lme
Throughout the second half Carmel was hard set to
defend her goal and could not seem to get an attack
of 1ts own goxng Desplte the team s vallant efforts
Carmel eventually succumbed under a seven to nothmg
into a flerce duel. Leo was repulsed several times during
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tered De La Salle at White City. Three times the Car-
mel line was called upon to withstand the charges of
the enemy. On all three the front wall stubbornly
held. Bell performed beautifully under the punts.
Carmel had two scoring opportunities within the five-
yard line, but were unable to put over a touchdown.
The letdown of the Leo game and the loss of Burgy
partly accounts for Carmels inability to score The
final result was a scoreless tie
DE PAUL The next Sunday the enemy was De
Paul again at White City in a virtual lake On the
opening kick off Bell carried the ball past midfield to
begin Carmel s march In two plays Looney made a
first down on De Paul s ten yard line Biller took the
ball twice to the four yard line Looney then carried
the ball over De Paul then counted on a 47 yard dash
through right tackle and succeeded in converting l
the second quarter Kearns scored again for De Paul
when he splashed 62 yards through the mud for a
touchdown Before the half De Paul added another
counter as Kearns fumbled recovered reversed his field
and went over in a spectacular play to end the scoring
The final result was 19 6
ST RITA Pltted against St Rita on a muddy
field Carmel completely outplayed their opponents ln
a few minutes Greve intercepted a pass and ran 40
yards to a touchdown After two scoreless quarters
Greve went over for a second tally Again in three tries
from the five yard line Greve counted once more Greve
starred for Mt Carmel throughout the game by his
brilliant pass receiving and running The l8 to O score
shows Carmel s superiority
ST GEORGE Mt Carmel traveled to Evanston
on Noi ember lOth to give their opponents a football
lesson St George kicked off and the ball moved back
and forth with George losing ground Joyce b'ocked
a punt on the opposition s 10 yard line but Carmel
was unable to capitalize on it In the second quarter
Magnan went through center from the seven yard line
to score Greve added six points in the thlrd quarter
on a fake reverse Captain De Marco returned to action
after three weeks on the bench due to injuries and
helped to lead the team to a sweet l2 0 victory in the
final game of the season
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This year the lightweight football team
vsas under the guidance of a neyy coach
Thomas Red Geary who yy as an outstand
ing athlete during his days at Carmel. W
fcel that he has done yery yy ell in his first year
as coach of the lights.
The team opened its season successfully by
defeating Haryard High 13-6. The tradi-
tional rival of the school. St. Leo. gave the
team its first setback. The Lions were held
scoreless in the first quarter. but in the remain-
de of the game Leo scored its three touch-
downs via the air. The final score was Leo-
l9. Carmel-O. Next the Carmelites deci-
sively' overcame De l-a Salle Z4-O. The fol-
loyy ing team to fall under the powerful squad
was Tilden conquered 20 14 Mt Carmel
oy ervthelmed St Rita by a score of 25 0 The
Carmelite school in Joliet Catholic High
yn as next defeated in a night encounter by a
score of 6-O. The yy indup game of the season
yy as played with the team from Father
uinn s Home for Working Boys. Carmel
lost this final game Z4-7.
The team elected no captain but chose one
for each game. The season revealed a wealth
of talent for future years among the backfield
men. There were Bill Redmond. a wonderful
ball playing full-back and Emil Zelewski and
John McCallum, running and blocking half-
backs. John XVeber. was a steady' leader at
quarter-back . . . Bob McCarthy, and Maurice
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O Brien speedy pass snatchers performed at the ends Myers and Gibson
mountainous defensive men filled tackle positions Donoxan and Cahill
shifted from backfield were hard lighting gixe and take guards The center
position xx as filled by the capable Dick Stake During the course of the sea
son the team lost the assistance of Emmit McGinnis xx ho xxas seriously in
Jured. ln spite of a fevx disappointing defeats the team vxas successful both
in play and in disclosing xaluable talent for Carmel s heavyvxeight squad of
Thomas f'Kea"' Qemy
"Red Geary attended our own Mt. Carmel High School . . . a graduate
of the class of 1930. xx ho xx on his major letters in football. track. and bas-
ketball. ln his senior year he was captain of the track team and Chicago All
Catholic quarter-back. After graduation be entered De Paul University
xx here he played quarter-back on their undefeated Freshman team. ln his
Sophomore year he made the xarsity and played the remaining time at quar-
As a man xx ho has been associated xxith the adxanced football technique
for many years. he may xx ell be considered as fully capable of coaching the
We wish to congratulate him on his success and wish him the best of luck
with his future teams.
Coach "Johnny" Jordan. new mentor of Carmel's basketball
tcams came to Mt. Carmel from the Unixersity of Notre Dame
xx here he xx as a star on the basketball team and its captain in his
senlor year He establlshed an envlable reputatlon among the greats
of Notre Dame as an athlete a sportsman and a leader Hrs out
standlng personalrty has made hlm many frlends among all ulth
xx hom he has had any contact Hrs first year at Carmel found hlm
beset xx nth many dlfncultres and a dearth of experlenced talent He
had to become acqualnted wlth the players and th1s took tlme and
plenty of If Johnny d1d remarkably well 1n hrs first year as
Carmel coach hrs team yt 1th a preponderance of freshmen had a
good record he was lmmensely popular wrth the students
ex erybody supported hmm and now that he knows hrs materlal
he wlll turn out a team that Wlll uphold Carmel s tradltlons
Johnny Jordan embarked upon hrs career as basketball coach
at Carmel by undertaklng the task of roundlng 1nto shape an mex
perrenced group of Carmelltes and attemptlng to make them 1nto a
representat1ve team There were but a fevs veterans returnrng from
last year Dutch Greve belng the only heavywelght letter man to
return However Joe Bell the star of last year s lrghts found no
more drfficulty rn matchlng the heavyweight opposrtlon than he had
ln the llghtwelght d1v1s1on
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The team of 1939 36 although not measuring up to cham
p1onsh1p standards certalnly possessed the true Carmel hghtxng
sp1r1t Beyond a doubt lack of experlence constxtutes the only reason
yy hy Carmel d1d not produce a champlonshlp team lntroducmg
the famed Notre Dame system was the dlfflcult task Johnny had
before hrm xt took tlme for h1s workers to become acqualnted xx 1th
If But around Greye Bell and Kelly he bu1lt a smoothly operatrng
The most excrtrng polnt of the season came vshen the heayles
fimshed out m front of Jollet Cathollc I-llgh our Carmehte brethren
from doyy nstate mn the flrst of thelr two meetlngs Commg from a
seemingly hopeless trallmg posltlon at the half the team garnered a
host of pomts to tle the score for an overtlme game In the extra
perlod Carmel finally won the contest whxch left the vxlld chtermg
sectlon daffy at the speed of the last few mmutes
The team vyas led by Captam Dutch Greve a brllllant
leader star defense man Joe Ford a new comer to the team vyas
the smoothest ball handler on the floor Tony Kelly kept the
croyyd on edge by h1s seemrngly rmposslble shots Joe Bell was
the most yaluable member of the team flashy guard cleyer
drxbbler and fleld general Three freshmen Hernon McCallum and
Creeyy and yumor B111 Georgen played expertly and shovyed
promlse as the stars of next year
HE Carmel lightweight basketball
squad. a fast outfit. were fortunate in
having as their coach Johnny Jordan.
Johnny has had wide experience in every
branch of basketball, and is thoroughly
equipped with the requisites of a successful
coach. He is a great leader, a hard worker,
and an engaging personality. We are sure
he will bring many Carmel teams down the
The highlight of the season was the vic-
tory over De La Salle. As the La Salle's
had beaten Rita who had in turn already
beaten us, they confidently expected victory.
When the Brown and White came up in
the second half. overcame a ll to 3 handi-
cap and finally xx on the game the gym
The team was led by Captain Joe Tun
ney the only veteran who played a stellar
game at regular forward The other for
wards were Coffey Butler Jones ONeill
and Driscoll The regular guards Riordan
and DeGuide were ably supported by Cor
bett Ryan and uinlivan Georgen a
junior and former bantamweight player
proved to be a sensation at center The
lights should be given credit for an excel
lent showing if vse consider that most of
the players had little or no experience on a
major team Certainly a wealth of out
standing talent was revealed for future
CARMEL I8 RITA 30
The Lights lost the first game of the season
to a strong St. Rita live. The score was 19-7 at
the half. St. Rita maintained this margin suc-
CARMEL ZZ RITA 21
In the opener Carmel came through on their
own floor by taking the Ritans in a dazzling. fast,
tight game. It was nip and tuck all the way. but
the teamwork. flashing ability, and true Carmel
spirit saved the day. After taking the lead in the
Gnal moments, Carmel gave a clever exhibition
of expert stalling.
CARMEL 34 LEO 46
The ponies met their second unfortunate defeat
at the hands of smart St Leo quintet Trailing
at the half 25 l5 the Carmelites improved greatly
when they went into action again DeGuide and
Georgen began to connect for points but the
Leoites proved too strong
CARMEL 33 LEO 25
Waiting the chance to avenge its former de
feats Carmel host to Ieo on their own floor
gave the lion s tail a twist and sent him home
CARMEL Z4 DE IA SALLE l9
Gaining experience and exhibiting beautiful
teamwork Carmel s Lights showed that they had
the stuff by taking down a confident De La
Salle team in a spectacular battle Carmel had a
slovx start and at the half trailed ll 3 However
urged on by a wild crowd Georgen DeGuide and
Butler sinking sensational shots led their team
in a brilliant rally to win 24 I9
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The first defeat of the season Th Brown and
XX h1te came out second best but they went down
fightmg D La Salle flashed cleyer floorwork
and accurate shooting They held a eomfortable
lead during most of the gam
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The Lrghts won thelr second strarght game rn
a well contested fray by defeatlng Catholic High
The score after a one sxded half stood at 18 6
fayorrng Carmel In the last half Jolret launched
a splurge which was ended opportunely by th
gun The game ended Z3 17
CARNILI Z9 JO ILT 7
In a fierce oyertrme battle Carmel handed our
rnals rn brown a defeat to take home It was a
fat nerye wrackrng battle from start to finrsh
but the superb playing of Greye Kelly and Bell
txme and t1me agarn kept the team on an eyen
CARVIEI la RIT A Z7
St Rrta defeated our ponres for the second time
this season Therr Jrnx held firmly as they out
paced Ca riel on St Rxta s floor Jones and u1n
lryan starred rn splte o the contradicting score of
CARNILI Z4 RI I A 28
In Carmels first game iw iy from home the
Rrtans ayenged their defemt of 1 few weeks be
fore Wrtli a final burst they came on nn Ilie last
few minutes to piss their opponents
CARXIEI 31 LEO 41
In a rehearsing of the famous Carmel Leo feud
the Brown and XX hrte aggr gatron enjoy ed no suc
cess as the Lrons turned them back brusquely with
a -+7 31 de eat
CARNIEL Z8 LEO 30
The only time IH the whole season when the
team could be accused of oyerconfidence Playrng
on Ieos floor Carmel lersurely paced or trarled
their opponents for practleally the ent1re game
In the end Carmel w as forced to concede the game
to the surprised Leo team
CARNIEL 26 DE I A SALLE 29
De Ia Salle smartmg from one Carmel trxm
ming was able to nose out the lights only by
sheer determrnatlon The Blue and Gold had a
margin of 18 10 at the half but the Carmelrtes
led by Corbett and Butler whipped themselyes
into a rally which fell just four points short
C ARVIEL VZ DE LA SALI E 44
Carmel agarn met the champs from the rnstrtute
and despxte a nne display of courage found the odds
too heayy and bowed before the championship
bound De La Salle team
CARMEL 36 JOLIET 29
Carmel s final opponent was Cathol1c Hrgh of
Joliet encountered down on their own floor For
the second trme this season Carmel took them into
camp qulte handrly
CARMEI Z3 JOLIET 31
Irayellng dow n to Joliet the team lost 1tS hnal
game of the season to a battling team from Cath
olrc Hrgh Perhaps the loss of Joe Bell steadxest
of all the players on the team was too much of a
disrupting element for Carmel
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mg Carmel s pottntlal basketball stars But he dld not stop
at merely CL1lIlX3IlI1g mater1al for the major teams 1-1
xx orked mcessantlw, to produce a team xx hlch dCC1S1Y ely
don ned the St George unbeatables 31 19 a team xshlch sur
mounted all obstacles undefeated bantamxxelght champs of the
league Another notch for Father T1m
The team fulfllled 1ts purpose of developmg underclassmen and
also vuth three sophomores and sex en freshmen became the leadmg
bantams of the c1ty But Vllfh players such as Kelly drlvmg at
guard Clrfford flashlng rn the forvs ard court and lV1cGann play
mg br1ll1antly under the basket the record IS not surprlsmg To
afford equal experrence to all squads Father Trmothy employed an
alternatmg system of substltutlon to dlscoy er all the talent whlch he
xx as coachmg Wxth all these aggresslve players added to Carmel s
major basketball teams she must be reckoned Vklfh durmg the next
season s cage schedule
In the first game they smothered Fenwlck 47 4 St Columbanus
succumbed 25 3 St lVl1chael managed to get ten pomts to Car
mel s 27 1n the St Leo game the Bantams allowed 24 pomts to
the 1 lons but won by a ten pomt margm St Ignatmus vxent dovsn
37 17 In the outstandmg game of the season St George vxas forced
to take a 24 19 defeat The Carmel1tes assured themselx es of a cham
plonshlp by runnmg oxer Arrow A C 32 15 and St Ignatlus
agam 17 10 It was a remarkable team both offensnely and defen
slxely as xllustrated by a total of 253 pomts to thexr opponents 102
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ET THE FLIT Here come the flles The Flyyxelght
basketball team yy as organ17ed for those really proficxent
basketball artlsts xx ho before non had been deprxyed of
team play by thexr hand1cap rn he1ght and xxelght The
team has enjoy ed great success Th1s year the Flys completed the1r
season xxlth fue yxms and three losses txxo of xyhlch setbacks yy ere
the closest games on record They defeated Fenyy 1ck ln the season s
opener by a score of 30 27 St Ignatlus frnally eked out a y1ctory
oy er Carmel after two exhaust1ng oy ertxme perlods Score 26 23
St George xx as the y1ct1m of the thxrd game 16 I4 St Sabmas
took a 30 13 trrmmmg In a return game St lgnatlus played
another double oyertlme The west slders falled to lmpress eyen
though they emerged vlctornous 31 30 Fenys 1ck vs as quleted agaxn
42 12 Carmel trounced Arrow A C 32 l8 In the final St
Vllchael trrumphed 28 25
Lang returned to the squad as the only veteran and urth D
Pyssler the other regular forvs ard kept the scorekeeper busy Anton
at guard proyed to be a good floor man Ryan and Dvs yer took
turns starrlng ln the backcourt McK1rchy and Bland alternated as
Thrs orgamzatlon had the prnllege to enjoy the coachmg of
Father Txmothy vt ho had a spectacular record as an athlete hlmself
l-le hopes to produce llkely talent for Coach Jordan to use on h1s
heayy and lrghtvxelght squads
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I-IIS year Carmel's intramural program has enjoyed
wider success than ever in keeping with the increas-
ing enrollment of the school. Much of this advance-
ment has been a result of the efforts of the Dads'
Club which sought in the interests of their sons to provide
some form of athletics for everyone Boxing basketball
and softball all receis ed enthusiastic support by the
The most notable success of this years intramural
program was the huge boxing show consisting of sixty four
bouts which decided the team to represent Carmel in inter
scholastic meets The exhibition was well attended and
the patrons received full value in blows blood and knock
The basketball tourney was again a great success
under the able handling of Mr Murphy A straight elimi
nation method was used in preference to the old round
robin system because it maintains greater interest in the
contest The Rabbits uintuplets uints and Stooges
emerged as the leaders of their respective years and as the
winners of the gold medals
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With the coming of spring many a youthful soul was
fired with the urge to slam a horsehide to parts unknown
or to steal a base or two. Therefore the softball meet was
organized. At no other time did it receive more enthusiastic
response from the students. Prater Owen managed the
games. which were played on the ball Held in Jackson Park.
Though the teams are still in competition results will soon
Handball, free throw, or tennis tournaments were not
held this year due to adverse circumstances, but a return is
promised for next year. Many of the boys urgently sought
Each year excellent talent for the major school teams
is revealed through the various intramural competitions. If
for no other reason than this, intramurals would be a
worthwhile venture. Altogether the season has had won-
derful success and promises to be more interesting next
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ll ui not M long ulorr lk I-.im vsill by naming
himpionship lrom Ihr pill. ol down smtp Hghtnrs
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rustling is brcoming mon popular .urs mar at
Carmrl Fanning Rnd and lotito nturmd to rc
inforu a Em snr of aspiring xoung grunt and groan
artists Fanning was Llrctrd captain of thi bom
Lrushgrs Bro Stanislaus Ihr mu goarh did .1 rom
purnt job of uaching th. boys tluir mat Ltiqurtu
Carmody Xlcl-Iugh Birgi Crrprau Nlrrrion and
othrr adrpt joint spuialisrs hun midi quiu a namr
for thur team Sinn only mo mrmbrrs an Slniors
high hopus are su for mxt your
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Eudently from the reports of Coach Vlrke
O Connor wc can expect a hlgh calxber team to rep
resent us on the cmder paths thrs year Dougherty
vull return to soar to new herghts ua the pole yault
Dutch Greye IS expected to topple sprmt records
Anderson wrll compete m sey eral eyents whlle Red
Luken IS gryen the job of Gllmg Bonmwcll s boots
rn the mile Coach O Connor IS now busy shapmg
a team for the season and whatever the outcome rt
w1ll be a stlff battle with Carmel dolng her best
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As the golf season has not progressed
much at the trme we go to press the
team s accomplrshments must necessarlly
remam unsung Wrth a team of smteen
uc hope to see another plaque adornmg
Carmel s wall as Johnny Jordan
coach reports good results Bull Geddes
IS the captam oy er a team wh1ch con
tams a number of smooth underclass
men We wlsh you loads of luck on that
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Last season under the
dlrectron ot Prater Ralph
the tennis team remamed
undefeated and gamed a
worthy reputatxon Thus
year Luken and the two
Barder brothers return
Wrth promrsmg new can
dldates Carmel hopes for
a trophy to capture Con
gratulatrons to the team
for last seasons vxctorres
and hrgh hopes for the
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CHOOL IS out The Halls of Carmel echo w1th
the cry whereln rlngs the sp1r1t of freedom of
youth Now 1S the tlme at wh1ch We appro
pr1ately close the scholastlc sectlon of th1s
ORIFLAMME and turn to the eXc1t1ng and always
popular mformal srde of Mt Carmel
One of the fmest means of recreatlon ever spon
sored by the Carmehte Fathers was Camp Carmel
an 1nv1t1ng retreat on the wooded shores of Hudson
Lake Indlana Thxs camp Wh1Ch was kept open for
the ent1re summer afforded the boys healthful sports
wholesome food and the frlendly supervxslon and
compan1onsh1p of those 1n charge
For years Carmel has been noted among the c1ty s
preparatory schools for ltS lmpresslve and l1vely socral
gatherlngs These occasxons whether athletlc contests
dances or plays have been especlally approved because
of thelr presentatlon ln a truly Cathollc envlronment
Informal get-togethers for the students are always
supported by the full approval and co-operation of
the Carmelite Fathers. Their policy is, and always has
been, to deftly balance the scholastic and extra-cur-
ricular activities of their students in such a way as to
avoid the monotonous and hum-drum and to maintain
a well-coordinated, interesting program.
Another item, truly Carmelite in nature and in-
terest, is the recent acquisition of St. Mary's Parish of
Joliet, lll., by the Carmelite Qrder. This parish is now
under the able direction of Rev. Matthew O'Neill.
O. Carm., a beloved friend of all our graduates and
In this section the ORIFLAMME has endeavored to
present to its readers an intimate and friendly glimpse
of the life at Carmel-the sunshine and the shadows,
the gay laughter and sudden sorrow-scenes which,
when summed up, reveal that Carmel is not merely a
study factory but also a source of good example and
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WEDNESDAY. 5th-A horde of three
hundred fifty "Bennies." innocent lit-
tle freshmen, eager to put their names
on the dotted line. but they'll be sorry.
THURSDAY, 6th-Well, well. Who'd
believe it. Despite all threats the
haughty Seniors are back with us
again. Wonders will not cease.
MONDAY. lOth-Gee, is this school
putting on the ritz. loudspeakers in
every room. Didn't get much chance
to look the place over due to the short
TUESDAY, llth-Surely making up
for lost time. School commenced with
a "bang" today. Some of the meaner
profs actually gave home-work.
XVEDNESDAY, 12th-Wonder what's
the big rush these days? Frosh are
dashing here and there, and I'm always
running into them in the halls.
THURSDAY, 13th-Senior found
guilty this A. M. of selling pass keys
for the front door to late-coming
freshies. Naughty, naughtyf Never
thought a Senior's stoop to that.
FRIDAY, 14th-Nearly had a casualty
today due to waxed floors. A Sopho-
more with upturned nose, slipped
down a couple of flights of stairs, but
fortunately alighted on his head and
suffered no serious damage.
THURSDAY, 24th - Beware, sonnief
When those profs and the lVIother's
Club get together, scandal flies thick
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SUNDAY. 5th-A swell start was made
by Carmels team today in a lZ-6 vic-
tory over Loyola in the opening league
TUESDAY. 8th-Freshmen to View
the facts of life today as portrayed by
the Rey. Father Nlattlhewa in the
three-day retreat commencing today.
FRIDAY. llth - A swell "hop" was
held this P. M. in the school gym,
sponsored by the Monogram Club.
SUNDAY. 13th-Defeated our distant
neighbors from Joliet today in our
second victory. "Tough League."
WEDNESDAY. l6th-The first pep
meeting of the year came about today.
The very foundations of the gym
shook with the cheers from the boys'
THURSDAY. l 7th - Another huge
pep meeting in the gym attended by
all past and present friends of Carmel.
The meeting was followed by a gay
parade in preparation for the coming
SUNDAY. 20th-Today the Leo milk-
fed Lions defeated us 7-O in a close
game at Soldier's Field.
XVEDNESDAY. 23rd - Seniors voted
today for class officers. and in a close
count. Burgy, Palmer, De Marco and
Bell won out.
FRIDAY, lst-"All Saints' Day"-
Freeday. Too bad they "havta" cele-
brate "All Saints" on one measly day.
SUNDAY, 3rd - Team minus their
water wings lost to De Paul. 19-6. in
the watery mud of White City.
MONDAY. 4th-A retreat was begun
today for the over worldly-wise
SUNDAY. lOth - Back in champion-
ship form. the boys whipped St. Rita,
MONDAY, l lth-Ahf the war is over.
And so school has been delayed an-
TUESDAY, lZth-An ARMISTICE
PROGRAM in the school. Notable
work done by all participants.
THURSDAY, 14th-A day of heart-
aches and headaches--in other words,
the quarterly exams.
FRIDAY, 15th-Today a repetition of
SUNDAY, 17th-Exams forgotten and
in the last league game the boys over-
threw St. George, 12-O.
SUNDAY, 24th-Traveled to South
Bend and were downed by St. Heg
wich, 12-6, at the great Notre Dame
XVEDNESDAY, 27th-The annual
Homecoming Dance in the gym with
Jimmy Millard and his boys Hswing-
THURSDAY, 28th-Two guesses.
Right the first time. Thanksgiving-
the turkey was swell.
MONDAY. Znd-Boys anxiously
awaiting the Athletic fund raffle which
is to be held today.
XVEDNESDAY. -4th-And there will
be a parting of ways. Yes. it was
double trouble today with the Novem-
ber and quarterly marks falling due.
FRIDAY. 6th-The basketball season
swung into play today with a practice
game against De Paul.
XVEDNESDAY. 18th-The boys are
occupying themselves these days with
riddles: Will I get that present? . . .
Fifty Bennies wrote Santa for machine
guns. . .Watch out "profs"
THURSDAY, 19th-"Coach" Jordan
entered our team today in the St.
George tournament and in the opening
game we were defeated. Better luck
FRIDAY. 20th-A new feature in our
annual Gaudiamus was introduced to-
day in the form of an amateur contest.
MA gong?" Why, yesf
WEDNESDAY, 25th- "The staff
Wishes all of you a very Merry Christ-
mas" . . . red ties. . . gaudy shirts . . .
all those presents doting aunts and
cousins think the well-dressed male
THURSDAY. 26th-Holiday Dance in
the main Ballroom of the Medinah
Club with music furnished by Emil
TUESDAY. 3lst-And the years roll
'round and 'round 'ASo long, M55.
MONDAY. 6thw-Happy New Yearf
Sort of late with the season's greet-
ings, but the staff just can't afford the
cost of cards and postage stamps this
XVEDNESDAY. 8th-dThe father and
son get-together was attended by a
large gathering, probably due to the
presence of the N. D. football stars.
Shakespeare. Pilney. and Fromhart.
TUESDAY. l4thf-"Music goes down
and 'round' seems to be in the air at
THURSDAY. 16th-It's just too bad
for the Reds these days with Prater
Acquinas and his anti-communists
tracking them down.
FRIDAY, 17th-Not bad. XVe split the
opening league games with Rita. the
heavies winning and lights being de-
MONDAY. 20th-Last call for dra-
matics. Come on you Gables!
THURSDAY. Z3rd+I-lell froze today.
Hell, Michigan. and with a drop of
temperature to -19 , all schools
XVEDNESDAY, 29th-Do my eyes de-
ceive me? No. it must be the exams.
A student actually seen carrying books
FRIDAY. 31st-1:30 at Mt. Carmel
and the students are just emerging
after the last of the exams. Many
anxious faces, but the suspense will be
SATURDAY, lst 7 A gala mid-year
dance held in the gym this evening was
attended by a large gathering.
XIDNDAY. 3rd?A number of Carmels
less studious boys were given their
"walking papers" today. A'Better luck.
THURSDAY. 6thH"Notice that
strange gleam in the Juniors' eyes to-
day?" Dont be frightened, its only
the effect of the retreat. and will fade
FRIDAY. 7th-Carmel made a swell
comeback tonight in overcoming the
undefeated Joliet team in an overtime.
TUESDAY. llth-The halls of the
school were filled with many freak
sights today due to the antics of the
newly initiated members of the Mono-
XVISDNIZSDAY. lZthe-"Early to bed
and early to rise." Oh. nof Not on
FRIDAY. l-lthewNly, but the Freshmen
wore a disappointed look today. lt's
probably due to the lack of a valentine
MONDAY. l7th-A novel father and
son meeting was held tonight. featur-
ing a basketball game between the
Duffy Florals and the K. C. All-Stars.
XVEDNESDAY. 19th - A mammoth
boxing show was held in the gym to-
day in which 64 boys participated.
Much good material was exhibited.
XVEDNESDAY, 26th-Today was Ash
XVednesday. and the boys certainly
looked the occasion. lt appears there
must be a nervous priest or two at
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RY RUNS the pen and the sand in the glass
of time tells us that but a few short hours
remain before the ORIPLAMME of Catholic
Action becomes a reality . . . and so in these
last remaining moments. we. the staff. must pause to
express our appreciation and gratitude to all who
have contributed to the making of this volume.
which we fondly hope will uphold the success of the
QRIFLAMMES of yesteryear.
Primarily we express our sincerest thanks to the
Carmelite Fathers. to whom the ORIPLAMME owes its
birth. growth. and rapid ascent to its present position
in the field of scholastic journalism. and to Father
Andrew Weldon. O. Carm., the faculty director, who
gratuitously bore the brunt of the hard work. organiz-
ing of the staff. directing the work. the planning and
In particular, we wish to thank the four great com-
mercial organizations outside the school, the Pontiac
Engraving and Electrotype Company, the Fred J.
Ringley Company, the Root Studios, and S. K. Smith
Co. for the invaluable assistance given by their rep-
resentatives. Of the first we owe a deep vote of thanks
to Mr. O. S. Barrett and Mr. Earl Valentin of the
Pontiac organization for the pictorial perfection of
this book. Due to their years of experience and whole-
hearted co-operation of Mr. W. L. O'Brien, Mr. Roy
Sanger, and Mr. Maurice Sanger. all members of the
Ringley staff, we have a book that has no peer in
typographical perfection. For the superb portrait
photography we are deeply indebted to Mr. E. Samels.
Mr. Roche. and Miss Stevens of the Root Studios. To
Mr. Lubersky of S. K. Smith Q5 Company is due the
credit for the artistic and beautiful cover.
We wish to acknowledge the extreme courtesy of
Max P. Kolin of the Photo Press Service who gave
unstintingly of his time and of the photographs in his
Hles of C. Y. O. activities.
We are grateful to the Dads Club and Mothers
Club for their enthusiastic aid in the promotion of the
QRIFLAMME. aid which is given unflaggingly to all
projects of Carmel.
The support of the student body both morally
and financially demands our deepest expression of
appreciation. and yet their valuable co-operation is
something which is given to all events and projects
sponsored by Carmel.
To our patrons. whose financial support made
possible the successful publication of this year-book.
we owe the debt of deep gratitude.
And so with a last. sweeping flourish of the pen.
we present to you the results of our final efforts. the
ORIFLAMME of Catholic Action.
The Very Rev.
The Very Rev
The Very Rev
The Very Rev.
His Eminence George Cardinal Mundelein
Most Rev. William O'Brien, D.D.
Hilary J. Doswald, O. Carm.
. Elias P. Magennis, O. Carm.
. Lawrence C. Deither, O. Carm. ,mm-Z
Basil A. Kahler, O. Carm.
Fathers of Joliet WL ga
Msgr. D. Byrnes q l
Msgr. D. J. Dunne, D.D. f'
Msgr. T. E. Egan
Msgr. W. Foley
Msgr. D. P. O'Brien
Msgr. E. M. O'Brien
Msgr. E. A. Purcell, D.D.
Msgr. J. E. Ryan
Msgr. T. V. Shannon, L.D.
Very Rev. Msgr. W. J. Kinsella
Very Rev. Msgr. P. F. Shrewbridge
Rev. J. W. Barrett
Rev. J. T. Bennett
Rev. T. Bonifas
Rev. E. L. Byrnes
Rev. J. P. Doran
Rev. P. J. Eennessey
T. P. Friel
H. M. Priel
W. J. Gorman
J. D. Hishen
E. D. Holloway
J. H. Houlihan
T. J. Hurley
J. A. Job
M. S. Kane
J. J. Kearns
J. L. Kearns
E. S. Keough
J. M. Lange
J. M. Leddy
J. L. Maiworm
P. H. Matimore
F. O. McCarthy
P. J. McGuire
S. E. McMahon
E. B. McNally
J. A. McMurray.
M. J. Nealis
M. J. O'Donnell, O. Carm.
Rev. J. M. Schutte
Rev. T. Sheridan
Rev. J. Stuckel
Rev. A. Terlecke
Rev. J. Tort, C.M.F.
Rev. H. S. Trainor
Rev. B. Urba
Rev. P. Vaitukaitis
Rev. A. T. Valcicak
Rev. J. A. Van Heertum, O. Pream.
Rev. J. J. Wester
Rev. J. P. Whalen
Rev. F. M. Wojtalewicz
The Religious Hospitalers of St. Joseph
Dr. Robert S. Berghoff
Dr. Ambrose C. Brown
M. T. O'Neill, O. Carm. Dr
Parker, D.D. Dr
Pausback, O. Carm. Dr
E. Phelan Dr
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G. Quille Dr
J. Quinn Dr
F. Rice Dr
P. J. Scanlon
Carl H. Christoph
Fred M. Drennan
William G. Epstein
Willard G. Jeffries
Milo E. Jeffries
R. W. Kerwin
Deno F. O'Connor
O. P. Ludwig
Matthew T. Smith
Frank C. Val Dez
T. F. Walsh
Hrs Excellency James M Curley
overnor of Massachusetts
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Mr and M
Mrs Mlchael Ahern
Vlrs LeroyW Alexander
Vlrs GeorgeW Allen
n C Allen
E A Arzbecker
Jean H Audet
J A Bagwell
Henry E Beckstrom
C F Bendfelt
Albert R Bermer
W T Bresnehan
Wllllam J Bryar
M J Brzyckl
13 F Buddendorff
rs J W Bulger
Albert L Burgy
Thomas P Byrne
J F Cahxll
M J Callahan
John VJ Carney
Edward J Casey
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William M. Dwyer
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Mrs. Joseph V. Fennessy
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Mrs. John A. Flanigan
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Mrs. James E. Furlong
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Vlrs M1chaelJ Hanley
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Leonard G Kolb
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Joseph E Le Penske
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1377 E. 63rd Street
Hyde Park 0353
Charles E. Bilger and Sons
5203-5 Lake Park Avenue
Cronin's Clever Cleaners
1374 West 79th Street
1371 East 63rd Street
1449 East 63rd Street
Always the Dependable
General Insurance Agency
176 West Adams Street
Charles J Klees Golf Shop
1556 1558 East 64th Street
Hyde Park 4797
Lenz and Sons Coal
350 West 59th Street
Normal 4532 4533
5123 31 Lake Park Avenue
Leo Link, Painting and Decorating
8245 Ellis Avenue
Olsen and Ehann Jewelry Co.
209 S. State Street, 4th floor
Pontiac Engraving Company
812 West Van Buren Street
The Ered J. Ringley Co.
621 Plymouth Court
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185 North Wabash Avenue
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2857 North Western Avenue
Ten O Eour Restaurant
1004 East 55th Street
The Best Laundry and Cleaning Co
4240 42 Indiana Avenue
907 East 63rd Street
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