Mount Carmel High School - Oriflamme Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1952

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Z ., ' "f l -- A f 1' Ill X y I jp? 223 sw- , W i X IxlX RXIIIXIII Q REQUI ESCIAT Y ,, . va. , X, RIA. l.l'.O NVALI Ink, O. C.arm. 'l'rag'c'cly struck thv ranks of thc Carincl- itv Orclvr, Ovtohcr 18, 1951, in Akron. Ohio. Un this Clatc' thc' Vcry Rc'x'01'c11d 1,1-o W'altc'r O. Carin.. 1'c-clcctcd to a srrond tcrin as Prior Provincial of thc Chicago Cfarinvlitt' Provincv, divd un- cxpc'c'tc'clly of a heart attack at thc- agc ol' 63. 'I'hc hclovccl pricst was horn in Pitts- hurgh. Pa., in 1888 and just sixtcvn ycars latc'rc'an1t' to Chicago to attvnd St. CIyril's Ciollvgc-. Graduating in 1910. hc was ordainrd two yvars aftcrward. .Xftcr tcaching eight yvars at St. Cyril's. Fr. Loo was put in Charge' of St. Cl0lllIlllJ2l,S parish in Hcgcwisch. In 1921 ht' was appointcd supvrior of St. Cyril's Carinclitc Clonnnunity. Froin 1925 to 1930, Fr. Lco scrvcd two tvrins as Prior of Mt. Clarincl Collcgr. Niagara Falls. Ontario. ln 1933 hc bccainc Nox'ic'c-lVIastc'1' of thc Provinrc. a post which hc' ably hcld until his Provincial appointment was announccd. 7 REQUIESCAT REV. VICTOR SCHWAR, O. Carm. All Carmel mourned the sudden death of the Reverend Victor Schwar, O. Carm., former teacher at Mount Carmel High School. The 38 year old priest was struck by a cerebral hemorrhage in the Phila- delphia Naval Hospital, July 10, 1951. Pastor and Prior of the Carmelite parish of Holy Trinity in Pittsburgh since June, 1948, Father Victor had been recalled by the Air Force as a chaplain. The youthful Carmelite was born in Zamboanga, in the Philippines, the son of a professional Army man. He attended Mt. Carmel College at Niagara Falls, Ontario, for his seminary studies, and later De Paul, Notre Dame, Illinois, and Northwestern Universities. From 1934 to 1939 Father Victor taught Mathematics and was Registrar at Mount Carmel High School. After his discharge from service in the Second World War, he was assistant pastor of St. Cecelia Church in Englewood, N. RE TATIC Q ill 4, ,Il . W 4. Q -4 fl' A' LJ lah. Within recent years the name, Mt. Carmel, has been blessed with great good fortune. Countless awards, trophies, and athletic champion- ships have been justly claimed by this school. And yet these awards and trophies are immaterial compared with the infinite reaches of God's providence. ' The Senior Class of 1952 believes that it has gained a wonderful education from Carmelis competent faculty. Not merely an education derived from books, because life is much more complex than that. A true man must also be instilled with a loveg a love of his God, and his fellow man. V Carmelis religious' program is geared directly to the necessities of thestudents. Weekly Mass, continuous confessions, vocational rosaries, and retreats Conly school which has four separate retreatsj all are at your beckoning call. The Third Order and Religious Council are composed of those school members, who feel an abundant love of God. The school program is divided into six categories, and each section looks to a religious figure for its guidance. Our faculty looks to the greatest teacher of them all, jesus Christ, who is exemplary of all faculty conduct. The before-and-after class prayers are offered up to St. Thomas Aquinas so that he may aid us in our studies. St. Joseph, with his industrious loyalty, is the prototype of all organizations. The work of the Religious Council attests that his leadership is most bene- ficial. The athletic representative is St. Michael, although his influence reaches further than the field of sports. In the battle of life he is our great weapon against the beckonings of temptation. In all social ac- tivities we look to our Blessed Mother. To our eyes our girls and sweet- hearts must be a portrait of saintly purity. For all outside activity we implore the aid of St. Therese, whose humble piety is an inspiration to all. With her guidance we may truly look upon God as our Father. The Carmelite Fathers have known no bounds to aid us towards the better fulfillment of our Catholic lives. It is no matter how praise- worthy a man may be in the sight of another mortal. The great rod of measurement is wholesome worthiness in the sight of God. To live - 9 a truly happy life without religion is absurd, for one cannot exist without the other. . nf V' sr g,,., MK ,wi 1 'Ll' 1 ff IESUS CHRIST- I 'fzfivcffllefl in lmclzing an ,N f I' ,A ' in -:T l ww. Q jg an W ,3 . jr' ' is Q S ' ' f . 'ik ,. 5 S, fga'-"Gt4d2- .xgclminififrafion p FA'l'Hl2R ANIBROSE CASEY O. C1ARlNfI.,B.S.,lVI.A. CIarmel's gift from Providence R.l. Studied at Provi- dence College, lvlanhattan, and Catholic U. ofA111erica. An excellent and exacting priest, teacher and leader. Long years of experience and interest in boys make him capable and willing to help you with school or personal problems. FR, fllik.-XRD BicNsoN. O. CARM. NVhile performing the duties of Prefect of Discipline, he also teaches Trigonometry and Freshman Algebra. He is our most prized Athletic Director, and the friendly, guiding light of all delin- quents on Dante Avenue. FR. Noun.-xN W'iaR1.1No. O. CZ.-.Rr-1. Returns to Carmel after serving live years in Joliet, Besides teaching Accounting to the upperclassmen, he is Assistant Prefcct of Discipline. He has won acclaim this year as thc zealous director of the Student Council. .fdclminififrafion FR. LEANDER 'FROY, O. CARM. The newly appointed Su- perior of the religious on the Faculty, Fr. Leander returns to Carmel after two years at St. Cyril's parish. Along with the duties of Prior, Father is found teaching Religion and junior Algebra, FR. RIURRAY PHELAN, O. CARM. The duties of Prefect of Religion and Vocation Di- rector are but two of Fr. ML1i'i'ay's functions. He also may be found teaching Sopho- more Geometry and junior Algebra. His after school hours are spent in the Me- morial Chapel confessional. FR. lXTAURIc:l2 :XNDIiRSON, O. CARM. Has put in many years as treasurer of Nft. Carmel. He also acts as moderator of the high school Alumni which has prospered well under his directorship. Father is present director of all publications for Carmel. FR. RUssH1.i. G.-xvm, O. ClARM. Fr. Russell, who teaches Freshman Religion and Senior History, grew up in Chicago. Father joins the rank of teachers back again in their home town. At the mid-year he replaced Fr. Rene as Registrar. FR. ljAVID NIURPIIY, O. ClARM. Among the busiest faculty members, Fr. David acts as Prefcct of Studies, directing the students in the selection of their courses. He is moderator of the lN'fother's Club and also manages to delight third year students with History. FR. BARRY lik!-IMER, O. CARM. He spends his ample supply of energy and skill teaching Chemistry and Physics. As school sports statistician, he follows the teams closely. He may also be found assisting in the Studies Office and mode- rating the Science Cluh. ll lie. X I-N-mlm Posil H. 1 ..x14M. 'SNIW , Mol ol thc l'ittslim'QIi smog uniirs C.n'in1-ls luwn f.l'lll .Xs an l"1'4-slnnzm Rc-linirin :mtl Soplnoniori- Spanish li-urlni hc' IS rvgfiimlril us om' ol om lllUSl lilllllllill' lall'lIllY lll1'lIl- In-rs, llis Inrnirlvsl lllllfllllll lx us lNlo1l1'i'zilor ol' Ihr' rhoir, liz. 1.11 ll s it I.l,IV.-NN, U. KIARM llvsiflvs living am zivicl fx ponrnt ol' thc- art ol' l'u S111-zxkilig :is IM-lmtinig Moth'- hlic rntur. l"zitlwr supuxises thi llunor Socivty and Nc-w lVox'lcl llrivc-. llis vlzissrooxn Sll'lII.ff.fl1'S am' umilu-i'l11'rl with " 4 and l'oui'th Yvux' l hircl llnqlish. I2 E HCM l'R, Noam-.R i' l'Il'l'.R. VR. llillUM.-NS S'I'RASSl'ZR, U, f.XRM. U. CI,-KRMI Rl'c'1.'ntly vlvvzirvcl lroin thc Om' most l'oi'i'm'l'nl vxponvnt post ol Nipvrmr ol N. Cyl-115 ol Sopluoimmrc' anal Iunior tltblllllllllllly' to lllf'lIllDL'l'SllllJ in Latin, lllllt's1'lllllI'SI't'I'l:lYt' his thi- l'rox'im'i11l .Xilvisory Hliilfll. R4'llQ,lUl1 lvssons zmcl thi' lzitvst lll' lIllIJ2lI'lS .XlQ'1'ln'Q1 to thx- 'Xlopcf' on thc' doings of thi- livnnivs :incl is si Spanish Yankc-vs. l"oi' vxlrzl-c'ln'1'ic'ulzn' l4'2lr'll1'i' ol' long standing, work hc' is thi- lXlmln-mini' ol ilu- Brown Cross. I'i:. lgl'RN.XRIllNI- li,X'YliI,l.Y. FR, 0111-NNN IQUNHAN- H. li-ww. o. tmm. flnv ol' thi- mm' lliriilly 14111111-,f 4-gm 114- gi-pn in 11311- ulclitlons, st clisixlzuw-rl pvrson lm-lg 4-lags,-l,,,m, U-msllillq fI'f1'H.lUlif'1-iH15f'Hi01' l'liqUVY l"oui'lh Yvar Rvliiion illlil 'ilf'lU'V- 1'NlI'2wI'1l1l121rY- l'll'K'Sllll1llIl Spanish. His 2llvll'I'- .Xnothm-i' lllll'I'l'Sl is l'rm-slnnzin svllozrlllUllI'S2lI'4'0l'1'l1pic-clpi-I-- lutm. ANS llilllll lXlUflVl'illl-W. l'm-min: ilu- clutivs nl' st-11001 l'2llllC'l' has put rzmk :mil lilm' I,l,l,1i4-ily uw-nl mul Plm- lmf' "U" lwxl 'll "'l'9lf'lH'W- IULfI'2lIlllf'I'. Nlsmv Orillznninc sports photos can lu' c'l'c'clit4'cl to him, I' 14. l'.IJl'il'.R 1' SIIXRICSINILI, O. Cxiui. lhis prirst s I1OL'Illl'l1ill llol1rsztl'c'soi'nt polishing two ol' lZ'n'in:'I's puhliczitions. thc- Oriflznnnn' zmil thi' .Xlnmni Nvws. llis srlvml clay vonsists Ulill'2iC'lll11Q'llllllOI' Civics zmcl l'il'tlIllllIll4'i. llis most trying vlussvs mv -Iunior Typing. FR. f.iHRl5'l'UI'HER Mm:E1,Rox', O, CI.-uni. l'ixtrc'll14'ly artiw' as tht' spark hvhind thc mission fund drivv and thc PYOIIIOICI' of Citrine-l's annual Carnival, tliisjovial padrv also instructs thx' uncl:'x'c'lassmm'n in Rvligion and thc' Juniors in linglish. FR. cil?RVASIi 'l'oi'1i,iili. O. clARM. Father, as head librarian, is responsible for the eondition and upkeep of Carmel's line and extensive library. He also presents to the Sophomores, -Iuniors and Seniors the es- sentials of linglish and Litera- ture. FR, COLUMRA FUGARTY, U. clARM. As lN1oderator of Carmel's excellent newspaper, the Carmel-Lite. Father spends many hours aiding the staff to prepare the editions for dead- line. Not to be outdone, he also presents comprehensive courses in Religion and Gen- eral Science to the Freshmen. FR. VINC2liNT O'BRii-iN, O. CARM. Leader of Carmel's Cisca program, the Moderator of the Queens. and eo-editor of the Religious bulletin, this busy priest also finds time to teach Second and Third Year Religion. FR. RIINVAN IDONAIIUE, O. ClARM. Although he teaches Fourth Year Religion, Sophomore linglish, and junior General Matliematics, Father's versa- tility does not end there. He's quite active as Moderator of the Swimming Team and the Art Club. CLCU, FR. SILVAN Box'i.E, O. ClARM. A eonscientious teacher of Latin to First and Second Year sections and of Algebra to Freshmen, Father also moderates the wrestling team and promotes Religious voca- tions among the students. FR. CARI. PFISTKR, O. ClARM. Now in his second year at Carmel this likable priest im- parts a great deal of knowledge to his Freshman Latin and Sophomore and Senior Religion classes. He also puts vigor into his other job, that of assistant treasurer. YY l FR. Mx'i,i-is ciIll.GAN, O. ClARM. Besides instrueting the Juniors in Religion, Fatlier also lends his valuable time to the Dads' Club, as its able Nloderator. He also assists Father Vineent in editing the all-important religious bul- letins. FR. JXIDAN BU'i'iiiaR, O. ClARM. A newcomer to the halls of Carmel is this priest who hails from the Smoky City of Pittsburgh. Renowned for his feats in the faculty game, Father also teaches Geometry to the Sopliomores. 13 l5no'riii-an Aloim Cloumii IN, U. CIARM. Oni- ol' thx' cornc'rston4's, lirotlivr .lark is custodian of thc' hook room and athlvtic vquipmx-nt."'l'hr'Uood'l'liic'f" will always ln' rz'im'rnln'rc'cl for his shady dvals in thc qold- platvd hook room. and his c'ar:'l'ul accounting with Ciar- nn-l's atlilz-tc-s. Mies. l"R.ANu Iluififx' A llorinvr invmhvr of thc' Moth:-rs' Cfluh and Currvnt l'rx'sidi'nt ol' Carlin-l's Brown Cross, Ml's. Dolly, as s1'r'rc'tary to l"r. David in thc' Studivs Ollicv, has 1-lliciz-iitly takvn C'llill'lll' of class rc'c'ords and ollivial rcii'i'c-spoiiclviiu', 14 BRU'I'H!'1R l.UIlIi, O. OARM. Brothvr is assistant to l"athc'r Mauricr' in thi' trvas- urc'r's ollifv. Uftvn hc' can bc' svcn lahoriously working with thc- addrvssograph svndinpf out noticvs to thc' studrnts, pa- rvnts, alumni. vtc. Bl-i0'I'lll-lk l'liaRMAN clIlNI,0N, O. CIARM. Brother Hcrm was thi' instigator of thc livcly Carmvl Hut vntvrprisc' at lunvhtimu. Hz' is most prominvnt as Sc'crc'tary of thc' Alumni Ollicv. His tradvmark is a largv, hrown lampa Cigar. CLCU Bnorm-:R S'l'l'IPlll'1N lVlCf:0Vl-1RN,f7. clARM. Industrious and active are thc' ad-jvctivcs that dvscrihc' this Carmclitc brotha-r. Al- though his fam' is compara- tive-ly nr-w to thc' studcnt hody, hr' has swiftly accli- matccl himsclf as a husy soul in and around thc discipline' oflicc. Miss Ch-ZRAI.DlNl'1N1fIGllUlill Thx' fvmininc touch is addvd to thc' school by our librarian. Always at work, always willing to hi-lp. In hcr gvntlc way shv clvmands and gots silt-ucv in hvr stronghold. l Bnoriusk 'l'1imms Russian.. O. CARM. 'l'hc friendly host of thi' "Gi'm-vri Room" is this Qvnial Brothvr's position. A Ciarmrl grad of 1947 hc also assists in tha' mimvographing of thc' various Itvsts you rvvcivc' throughout tht- yvar. Mk. Miczimi-gi. lX1URPllY, l'.lC. Carn1c'l's muscle' buildvr for thc- last 28 ye-ars. Notrc Daun- grad. Lord and mastvr of Mivliavl hlurphy room since its 0rrsL'tion. As much a part of Clarmvl as tlu- vvry building itsvlf. MR. IXIATTIIEXV VVILLIAMS, M .A. Having retired from the active rank of pedagogucs, this senior statesman of the faculty now restricts his duties to only one, that of assisting the Prefect of Discipline. He ably sees to it that Carmel's daily attendance remains con- Slanl. MR. FRANKLIN SMITII, BMX. A calm and conscientious teacher, he puts Freshmen through their paces as bud- ding scientists and mathema- ticians. In these iields he was educated at Loyola Uni- versity. A married man, he and his wife were blessed with a bouncing baby girl during the course ofthe year. MR. MICIIAI-11. O'Cl0NNOR, A.B. One of Carmel's ancients, Mr. O'Connor built up our Physics department and lab to its present high standard. As coach he is responsible for Carmel's annual successes in track and Iield events. He has persuaded many Seniors to "see it" and "get the idea." MR. VINCEN'I' FARRIZLL, A.B. Mr. Farrell is an experi- enced teacher, who gets his message over with ease in a quiet firm manner. Through his efforts the Sophomorcs gain the benefit of a necessary World History course, while the Freshmen learn the funda- mentals of English. HCM MR. THOMAS FABISH, M.A. Tireless worker for the con- tinued excellence of Carmel,s Band, now in its 25th year. Unsung hero of the wonders of Carmel's music and march- ing fetes. MR. WILLIAM FLRMING, B.S. No newcomer to Carmel's ranks is this line Catholic gentleman. He mixes empha- sis with skill in instructing First and Second Year Eng- lish, as well as Senior History. Mr. Fleming received his degree from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. MR. XVILLIAM DURKIN, A.B. In his second year at the reigns of Carmel's cagers, this smiling Irishman saw to it that the school was ably repre- sented in Chicagoland circles with two line basketball teams. He also found time to instruct in Junior Civics and Economics and Sophomore History. MR. TLRRENUIQ BRI-:NNAN, A.B. Although most renowned for his victorious Carmel football teams, Mr. Brennan is also an ardent student of law at De Paul University. He finds an ample amount of time to teach Senior Ac- counting. 15 M it. -I A Mics l"A'l"i'r ik i-., M . li. A. A lnisy Sl'lll'tlllll' is lullillvcl hythis likvalilm- lvllow. As wt-ll as tvzivliiiitg 'l'liircl Yvar Typ- ing :intl Cfivivs, lu- also tlrills llir' Soplioinows in WVoi'lcl llistory. Anil that isn't all. ll1"s ilu' rapzililm' Coavh ol' a vc-ry linm- Mount fiarnivl wr:-stling lvani. MR, l'LnwARn Mnfsfxowsifi. BS. .X Notrr- Dann' graduati- antl nalivc' Ciliivagoan, Coach luml is fanivcl as tht- pi'orluc'c'r ol' Cfarnu-l's vicious lin:-s yvai' alitvi' yr-ar. Wlhilr- not on tht- livlcl lu' i'ai'nl'stly tc'at'lic's tht' l"rf'slnm'n U:'nm'i'al Scim-1141- ancl tlu' Sc-niors Pliysival Ci4'oLfi'apliy'. CLC!! f MR. VVii.i,i.ftM Ajmzomg B..-X. An alumnus of St. Ignatius High Svliool. M12-Iacolby is in his svcontl yr-ar as l"r4'shman linglish tc'ac'lic'r and ablv assistant to "Mick" Murphy in tht- gym. Hx' also mvntors tlu' Bantams and tht' Flys, as wvll as assisting Mr. Durkin with llu' varsity haskm-tm-1-rs. l lfi Mk. lNl.'X'l"l'Illf.NN' Ssniv 1. B..-X. W'li0n lit-Aioinc'cl tht' Cariilvl liarultv, it wasn't thc' lirst time' Mr, Smith saw thc halls of Carmvl, for lu' wi-nt through four yvars of thc school, graduating in 1947. Hfs ki Pi'1't'4'Dtorofl"1'L'sl1man Scivncv and -Iunior Gvmwal Mathu- matics. MR. xl Mn-ps G -xwN1-1. Clarnu'l's clvan ol' linglisli sinvc' 1938, lic' l'Q'llll'IN'Ll to avlivc' cluty at thc- c-ml of llm't'c'iiilJt'r. Ht' is now l.t. Gawnv, Commanding ollicvr, inspvctoi' - instx'ut'tor at the South Bt-ntl Naval Rvsrrvi- 'l'1'aining C1r'ritc'i'. W'hilt- at Clarmvl, lu- was wt-ll known for his zval for thc- missions his pvrsonality and humor. 'H.",'.-, ' f ffmfjffw 'ff Vf 1 v 1 l 1 J 1 f enior Cfafifi .jwedory The Senior Class of 1952 has now completed its four year tenure of secondary education. For four seemingly short years the halls of Carmel have been a happy and educational haven. It is our sin- cere wish that we may perpetuate, throughout the nation, the Catholic creed of God and men. During the early weeks of our Freshman year, we were awed and befuddled. But after our early confusion, we took our place alongside the other Men of Carmel. Nineteen members of our Fresh- man class lended their talents to the Lightweight football team which enjoyed a successful season. Four others gave promise for future fame with the Bantam and F lyweight basketball teams. The track team, bolstered by seven of our number, won the junior Cross Country Championship. The wrestling team, which placed third in the A.A.U.Tournament, beckoned to five of our number, and the swimming team listed two of us on its roster. We were indeed proud of a very talented group of musicians, eighteen Freshmen supported the incomparable Concert Band and seven blended their voices in the Glee Club. Numerous others were active in the Art Club, Debating Society, and the Dramatic Club. With the advent of Sophomore year we began to feel that our class was an integral part of Mt. Carmel. Our second year found many more reaching for the numerous clubs and organizations by which we might foster our keen interests and curiosities. Graduating from the ranks of Light- weight football, thirteen conscientious gridmen earned positions on the varsity squad. The Light- weight basketball team which lost the Catholic League Championship by a proverbial whisker employed four from our class. The wrestling team carried eleven highly touted grapplers through a successful campaign. Our once defeated mermen were bolstered by five highly regarded tankmen. Eight speedsters paced the track team, four of whom were truly 'fstarsv on the junior squad. The newly formed bowling team brought to light seven high scoring keglers. The Student Council found five Sophomore members in its ranks, one of whom was a Council officer. The Concert Band carried on its fine representation with nineteen of our class piping out the Carmel victory tunes. Extracurricular diversion was also found in the ranks of the Camera Club, Cheerleaders, the Art Club. After two unbelievably brief years we were whisked into the elite company of the upperclassmen. With the added prestige which one enjoys as a junior, we proceeded with intense fervor to further heighten the name of Carmel in the fields of education and athletics. Eighteen members on the football team were instrumental in bringing Carmel the City Championship. Two Heavyweight and five Lightweight basketball players bolstered successful teams. Seven of us aided the other members of the wrestling team to go out and bring the State Wrestling Championship to Carmel. Fine representation continued as we added men to the track and swimming teams. An extra- ordinary number of juniors comprised the entire membership of the Science Club, forty- one in all. A new society, the National Honor Society, brought thirteen intelligent students into its fold, two of them were officers. The highlight of the school year was the presentation of the Carmel-Lite to nine neophyte journalists, the ensuing issues proved that the writers were well worth their mettle. Social life was the keynote of the year and it culminated with the junior Prom on May 2nd at the Lake Shore Club. By September 1952 we were proud with the realization that now we were Seniors, the leaders of the school. Seventeen members on the football team repeated the stellar performance of the previous year by again capturing the City Championship. The basketball teams used two Heavyweights and four Lightweights in their successful campaigns. The track, wrestling, and swimming teams carried on with a preponderance of Senior members. The Carmel-Lite was dominated by Senior members. Six Seniors labored to make this Oriflamme as memorable as those issues of the past. The Band, celebrating its Silver Anniversary, made us proud of the nineteen Seniors who represented us. From the ranks of the Debating Society came the Midwest Oratorical Champion. The final social event of our high school career was the Senior Prom on May 21st at the Saddle and Cycle Club. As students of Carmel we bowed out on june 1 when the graduating ceremonies were held at the National Shrine of St. Therese. We, the Senior Class of 1952, are now alumni of this great school. It is our sincere desire to continue in the honorable manner of true Men of Carmel. 18 enior C add Ohcerzi P, NOON.-KN 'I'. CLXSSIDY T. VVA-XRD D, GLX Si'l'I'l'l2iI'y l'r0Sici1'nl XyiC4'-Pl'l'Sidf'fll 'l'rc'asur1'x ADDUCI BROUILLETTE CARI. D. ADDUCI Clhllfll St. Anthony of Padua, Intramural Baskt-tball l, 2. WAl,'l'l'1R-I. AHIIRN lfully St. Fvlivitas. Honor Roll 2, 3: National Honor Socim-ty 43 Scicilct' Club 3, 4g Banrl I. 2: Wri-stling 3: Intramural Baskvtball I, 2, 3. l'lIll.Il' M. ANDICRSON Phil St. Philip Ne-ri. Sc'it'iu'1' Club 3: Mission Club lg Intramurals: Hantlball 2, 3: Baskrtball 2, 3, 4. RICHARD I., .-XNDHRSC JN .Indy St. Cyril. DUN.'Xl.D C. ARNOLD juli' Scott. Draiuatirs llSt'l1'llt'l' Club 31Cisra 4: Art Club 4. BRUCIQ lf. B.'XR'l'f JN .S'l1'rftwr St, Km-vin. Intramural Baskvtball l, 2. 3. ICARI, li. Bl'l.fXl.l. Ilmli Clissol.l. Monograin Club 4: Hvavywviglit Football 3, 4: Light- wvight Football l: Intramural Baskvtball 1.2, 3, 4. 'IIIOMAS li. BICNDICR Rfrl lNIt. Carmvl lNiagaral. Intramural Baskvtball 2, 3. 4. I.fXMl'1Sl.. Bl,UOMl"ll'1l.D lim' Holv Cross. en for Wadi 20 0 7952 GEORGE W. BUDDY .Syuwl Our I,ady's Academy fMantvnol. Glrt' Club 1, 3, 4: Sviclirc Club 1, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: c3llC'PI'lC'21dK'I'S 2, 3. 4. CHARLES I.. BUTTA Chunk St. I.aurCnCc. RICHARDJ. BUUSIQ Dirk St, Brvndan. Honor Roll 2: Nlonogram Club l, Z, 3, 4: Wrvstling I, 2, 4: Intramural Baskrtball I, 2, 3. 4. JOHN BOWIQS l7mr,l' St Dorothy. Intramural Baskvtball 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD P. BUYLIQ Rfvlmmi St, Dorothy. Monogram Club 4: Lightwcight Football l: Heavy- weight Football 4: Wrvstling 3, 4: Intramural Baskrtball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN-I. BRIQHM .llffrfq St. Philip N:-ri. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 43 Handball 1, 4. PICTICR H. BRICUCKMAN Pm' St. Francis dc' Salvs. Intramural Baskvtball 3. WAl.'1'liR li. BRIDGMAN 'lex St. Francis dc Paula. Mission Club lg Lightwvight Football 1: Intramurals: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Handball 1, 2. KICNNIQTH G. BROUIIJZTTIS lfffflfhllf St. Thomas thc- Apostltk Track 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 fChamps 1, 3, 47. BROWN -CON NORS - enior ami GIQRALDJ. CARAHER jerry sr. Philip Neri. Science Club 3, 4, Art Club 4, Cisca 4. JOHN I.. CARLSON .Slbidrr St. Adrian. Honor Roll 1, 2, Science Club 3, Student Council 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 tSeeretary 4Dg Dance Band 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. DANIEL T. CARROLL Dan St. Thomas the Apostle. Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Senior pro- ficiency Medal: Mathematics Medal 4, English Medal 3, 4: Science Club 3, 43 Debating 4, Carmel-Lite 3, 4, Oriflamme 4, Cross-Country 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMASJ. CASSIDY Hupfgv St. Dorothy. Student Council 2, 4 CTreasurer 2, 49, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3,Juni0r Prom, Lightweight Foot- ball 1: Heavyweight Football 2, 3, 4 CCapt. 43: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN C. CLIFFORD Clif Midway Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Latin Medal 3: Science Club 3, 4, Oriflamme 4, Intramural Basket- ball 1. BERNARD E. CONLON Bmzzir St. Theodore. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Handball 2. JOHN J. CONNOLLY Fuggy Visitation. Swimming 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CChamps lj. JAMES E. CONNORS jim St. Rita. Honor Roll 1, Band 1, 2, Wrestling 2, Intramural Basketball 1, 2. ROBERT A. CONNORS Bob St. Francis de Paula. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CChamps 15. ROBERT E. BROWN Hob St. Dorothy. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE R. BRUCKS George' St. Laurence. Swimming 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. THOMAS C. BRUGINIAN Fuzgy St. Willibrord. Cisca 4, Art Club 4, Science Club 3, Cheerleaders 2. JAMES D. BUCKLEY jim Parker. DUDLEYJ.BUDRICH Dull St. Ambrose. Mission Club 4, Science Club 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Heavyweight Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Lightweight Football 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH B. BURGESS Smolgy Sacred Heart. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CChamps 3, 41. JOHN V. BURKE Red St. Bride. Science Club 3, Mission Club 1, 2, Intramurals: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Handball 1, 2, 3. JOHN M. BURNES jack Flossmoor. HAROLD T. CADELL Tom St. Willibrord. Art Club 4, Carmel-Lite 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2. of 1952 21 COSGROVEVDORE el'll0l' alfj Ill I I ROSSU Sfluglnll Ulu lady 1 1 Monogram Club 3. 4: Hravvwright Football 2. 3, 4 l.igIutw4-iglxt Football lgW1-cstling 2, 3. CII, V. 3l'1Wl'l" ' Burl St. Km-vin. Bl'1R'l'j. C' ' C , 'I Dir .3 St. Francis dv Sa cs. Monogram Club 2, 3, 4g Football Managvr 2, 3g Wrrst ' 1 I: Intwunural Baskvtbal . IX INALII 'II IJILLON Ilillx St. Columbanus. Intranlural Ilaskvtball I, 2, 3, 4. ANIIIONY I.. Ill SANTU 'lnzgy St. Anthony. Srir'm'1' I llub 31 Intramural Baskvtball I, 2. ARIIIIIR S. III JBISH girl St. Ambrosr. DAVIIJAI. IX DNNICLI. Ilan' St. Columbanus. liantl I, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Baskc-tball l, 2, 3. 4. AIUIINKI. IX JORNICK jurk Littlc' Flowvr. Intramurals: Baskvtball I, 2, 3, 41 Handball 4. MICIHAICI, R. IJORIC ,llihr St. Dorothy. Intramural Iiaskc-tball l. 22 PHILLIPJ. COSGRUVIC CIUQQIAP St. Kilian. Carmel-Lite 4, THOMAS CRANIC Tom Holy Cross. WILLIAM J. CRIZIGHTON Bi!! St. iloachim. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN INI. DAHLQUIST jnfzn St. IIIIIOIHHS thc Apostle: Intramural Baskrtball I, 2, 3, 4. IOI-IN F. DALY IJKIIIIIIO Rvsurrcctinn. Honor Roll 1. THOMASJ. DARCY Cal St. Thomas thc Apostle. Monogram Club 3, 4: Lightweight Baskrtball 2, 3: Flys 1, 2, Lightwcight Football lg Intramural Handball 2, 3, 4. JOHN IW. IJARRAH I'r1uz'k St.Joacl1im. Intramurals: Basketball 3: Handball 4. FRANCIS R. DAVIS Rag St. Brrndan. Wrcstling 1, 2g Intramurals: Baskc-tball I, 2, 3, 43 Hand- ball 2. CHARLES DFCRANGIC Clmrlrr St. Thomas the Apostlv. Heavyweight Baskrtball 3, 4: Monogram Club 4. of 1952 DORSHA-GLYNN WALTER C. DORSHA Walbf St. Bernard. Science Club 3, Student Council 4, Heavyweight Foot- ball 3, Intramural Basketball 1. CHARLES P. DRUNGLE Charly St. Catherine of Genoa. Wrestling 1, 2, Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hand- ball 1, 2, 4. RICHARD B. DUFFNER Duj St. Felicitas. Cisca 4, Science Club 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Swim- ming 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Heavyweight Football 3, 4, Light- weight Football 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. BERNARDQI. DURKIN Dulce St. Michael. Honor Roll 2, Honor Society 4, Mission Club 1, Science Club 3. CARL P. EIGELSBACH Carlos St. Philip Neri. Honor Roll 1, Religion Medal 3, Science Club 3, 4, Glee Club 4. ROBERT N. FALCO Bob St. Dorothy. Intramural Basketball 2, 3. JAMES B. FAVORITE Fave Mt. Carmel fNiagara3 Intramurals: Handball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4. JOHN P. FIGEL jark Our Lady of Peace. Carmel-Lite 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD L. FISSINGER Ace St. Mary Magda- lene. Honor Roll 2, Intramural Basketball 1, 3, 4 CChamps 43. enior C4155 0 1952 KENNETH M. FLAHERTY Irirh St. Joachim. Carmel-Lite 4, Student Council 4, Mission Club 1, Science Club 3, Homecoming Dance 4, Cheerleaders 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS J. FLAHERTY Tom Visitation. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 fChamps 3, 43. BERNARD FLANIGAN Bernie St. Clara. Student Council 4, Track 2, Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CChamps 23, Handball 3, 4. DANIEL R. FLEISCHER Illoose St. Thomas the Apostle. Student Council 2, Monogram Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, Heavyweight Football 3, 4, Lightweight Football 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMESJ. FLOOD Ovfqiaw St. Laurence. Student Council 4, Wrestling 1, Intramural Handball 1. RICHARD R. GALLIMORE Rich St. Bride. Lightweight Football 1, Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Handball 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD R. GARDNER Don Sts. Peter and Paul. Lightweight Football 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JERRY C. GATTO Gal: St. Columbanus. Student Council 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, CPresident 43, Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. CORNELIUS LI. GLYNN Nails St. Joachim. Student Council 4, Lightweight Football 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 23 GLYNNH aHOGLUND IJONALIJAI. GLYNN .S'111l.s Mt. Carmel lNiagaraj 123. Honor Roll 2: Student Council 2: Class Treasurer 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM-j. GUODRICK Bill Our Lady of Peace. VVrrstling l, 2: Intramurals: Basketball 2. 3: Handball I, 2. CICRALD P. CRII"I"IN Hzflfgv St. Leo. Srieriee Club 3: Heavyweight Football 2, 3: Liglitweight Football 1: Intramural Basketball I, 2. IJXMICS M. GRIl"l"IN Gulf St. Columbanus. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Handball I. lUSl'1I'H'I'. CROSS .Nair St. Mary. Honor Roll I, 2: Honor Soeiety 4 CViCe-President 49: Carmel-Lite' 3, 4 fCo-editor 43: Science Club 3: Light- weight Basketball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1. .IIJIIN C. HAICIII' jark St. Dorothy, Intramurals: Basketball I, 2: Handball 4. WILLIAM HAICIII' liill St. Dorothy. QIAMICS C. HALLURAN jim St. Ambrose. Student Counril 4: Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Handball 4. TIIOMAS I". HARRISON 'lnm St. Victor. Intramural Basketball 1, 2. en for C3155 24 of 1952 RICHARD G. H.fXR'I'liR Rirli St. Clara. Honor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4: Honor Soeiety 3, 4: Seience Club 3, 42 Intramural Basketball l, 2. ROBERT S. HARTICR Srzilfy St. Clara. Class Secretary 2: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Intramurals: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Handball 1, 2, 3, 4. GORDON F. H.-XRVICY .Syzfkr St. Cajetan. Band l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball l. 'IIHOIVIAS C. HAU 'Ibm St. Philip Neri. Class President I: Religion Nledal 4: Honor Roll l, 2, 3: Honor Soeiety 3, 4. ROBERT P. HIC.-XRNIC Irrvlz St. Felieitas. Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4. DANIIQL-I. HIQLSDINCICN .llonk St. Cohunbanus. Music Medal 4, Student Council 4: Glee Club 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 CViee-President 41: Dance Band 4: Holiday Dance 4: Senior Prom 4: Intramurals: Basketball 2, 4: Handball l. ROBERT J. HI-ZRKIQRT Hvrk Culver. Honor Roll I. CHARLES li. HICKS Clzarlir St. Cyril. Wrestling I: Intramurals: Basketball 3: Handball 2, 4. GIQRALD QI. HOGLUND Hngr Sr. Clara. Glee Club 4: Intramurals: Basketball 2: Handball 1, 2, 4. HOISECK-KASICK enior gfafia DANIEL F. JENDRASKIICWICZ Polack St. Mary Magdalene. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 25 Handball 1, 2, 4. RICHARD JENDRASZKIEWICZ Irz'.vh Sts. Peter and Paul. Intramural Basketball 3, 4. JEROME li. JOHNSON Burllxr Mattoon Q31 Cisca 43 Art Club 45 Science Club 3, 4. JOHN F.JOSLYN jnslz St. Columbanus. JOSEPH R. JOZAITIS jo jo St. Adrian. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Mission Club 35 Monogram Club 45 Lightweight Football 15 Heavy- weight Football 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD C. KANOZA 18011 St. Salomea. Bowling 2. GERALD KAPIS x7f'l'7:1' St. Justin. Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom 35 Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. JAMES KARAGANIS lllmrf. Curie' St. Clara. Class Vice-President 15 Treasurer 25 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 4: Public Speaking 3 f1st place15 Medals: Religion 1, 25 linglish 1, 25 Chemistry 35 Physics 45 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Carmel-Lite 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Debating 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2. CHARLES C. KASICK Chas. St. Felicitas. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Heavyweight Football 3, 45 Lightweight Football 25 Monogram Club 45 Intramurals: Basketball 2, 35 Handball 1, 2, 4. RONALD F. HOISECK Ron St. Adrian. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. THOMAS F. HORAN "T" St. Joachim. Carmel-Lite 25 Science Club 35 Student Council 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4. FRANCIS J. HOULIHAN Frank St. Kilian. Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4. DAVID E. HUBER Pmlgv Nativity B.V.M. Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 45 Carmel-Lite 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Junior Prom 35 Holiday Dance 45 Senior Prom 45 Lightweight Football 15 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. JOHN E. HUYER Spfm' St. Margaret. Glee Club 15 Intramural Basketball 2. CHARLES R. INGLIMO Ink St. Cyril. Honor Roll 15 Mission Club 15 Debating 15 Dramatic Clublg Science Club 3, Wrestling 3, 45 Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Handball 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD IWINSKI lgg St. Bronislava. Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Cross-Country 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 CCO-Capt. 235 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. NORBERT J. IZYDOREK Iggy Assumption B.V.M. Class Treasurer 15 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Science Club 3, 4. GERALD R. JARICMA jake St. Solomea. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 3, 45 Handball 4. o 1952 25 KAWSZ EWICZ a-- LESNIEWSKI enior Cfami WVILLIAM B. KNAPP Iii!! Nativity B.V.M. Sci:-nee Club 3: Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. RONALD L. KONCZALSKI llillllfllll Sullivan. Science Club3: Intramural Basketball l,2, 3 CChamps3j. RUBl'1R'l' C. KI JVARIK lfnrkr St. Adrian. Baml I, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 4QLibrarian, 45. Science Club 3: Intramurals: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Handball 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM 'l'. KUNKLliR Ili!! St. Monica. Basketball il"lySl ll Intramural Basketball 4. WAL'l'l'1R A. LAB!-1U'I'S I.ub St. Isiclure. Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Handball 4. DONALDJ. LARSC JN .S'11'r1l1' Hirsch. Honor Roll lg Monogram Club 3, 43 W'restlim1 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball l, 2. JAMES W. LAVIN jim St. Bride. Carmel-l.ite 21 Science Club 3. FRANCIS 'I'. LICIC C'lu'nA St. Coluinbanus. Intramural Basketball 3, 4. -IICROMII I". LIZSNIICWSKI Om! Mt. Carmel CNiagaraJ Qlj. ff: THADDIQUS A. KAWSZHWICZ Tm' Assumption B.V.M. Glee Club 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. BERNARD M. KIGATING Heels St. Margaret of Scotland. Honor Roll lg Honor Society 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. DONALD I.. KELLER Don juan Holy Cross. Intramural Basketball 2. BICRNARD F. KELLY .Symok St. Sabina. Band1,2,3,4. RAYMOND li. KELLY Babe Tilden 1. Q Science Club 3, Art Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4 QCapt. 451 Intramural Basketball 3. MARTIN KIQNNICDY .Harry St. Thomas the Apostle. Science Club 3. ICI.MliR W. KICRSTUWSKIC Dar SS. Peter and Paul. Science Club 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. GERALD P. Junior Prom 1, 2, 3, 4. KINSICLLA l7l'I'7SV St. Kilian. 3, Cheerleaders 3, 43 Intramural Basketball THOMAS-I.KI.liPSliR Slnngr St. Ailbe. Intramural Basketball l, 2. of 1952 LOONAMMMCKEOWN PETER A. LOONAM Perf St. Clara. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. HXRDC LOUCIUS War Nativit B.V.M. RIC 1 1. 1 Y Science Club 3g Intramural Basketball 1, 2. RICHARDJ. LOWERY Dick St. Brendan. Cross Country 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS A. LYNCH Lurly Bishop Noll 133. Intramural Basketball 3. MAURICE W. MAHONEY Red St. Clara. Student Council 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH A. MAJ joe St. Isidore. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH A. MALAVIES for Visitation. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1: Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2: Handball 2. KENNETH F. MALNAR Tm St. Adrian. Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Public Speaking 35 Typing Medal 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL P. MARREN .Hilfe St. Cyril. Science Club 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. enior Cfazifi 0 i952 RAMON D. MARTH Rqy Sacred Heart. Cheerleaders 33 Student Council 43 Intramural Hand- ball 3, 4. RICHARD MARTIN Taslz St. Francis de Sales. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT B. MCARTHUR iliac St. Cyril. Mission Club 1g Swimming 1, 25 Lightweight Football lg Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4. CHARLES W. MCCARTHY Chuck St. Laurence. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4. JEROME W. MCCLANAHAN jfrrr Wilson High C3J. ROBERT T. MCDERMOTT Alas St. Columbanus. Student Council 4, Glee Club 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3, 4, CCO-Capt. 415 Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 43 Handball 1. JAMES P. MCGRATH jar St. Bride. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Handball 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH E. MCCREAL for St. Columbanus. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Handball 2, 3, 4. GEORGE H. McKEOWN Horace St. Joachim. Student Council 4, Cross Country 2, 4, Track 1, 4g Intramural Basketball 4. 27 McMAHONaaO,BRIEN JOHN D. MCMAHON Punrliv St. Dorothy. Atlilrtic'-Srliolastic Mi-tlal, 4: Class Oflicvs: Sccrrtary 1: Virc'-I'rvsitlf'nt 2: Honor Roll l,2,3,4: Honor Socivty 3, 4: fVit'r-l'rc'siclrnt 3: 'Frrasurc-r 43: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: liglitwright Football 2: Hz-avywcight Football 4: Track 2: Wrrstling 1, 2, 3, 4 fCapt. 49: Intramural Baskc-tball l. RONALD ll. Mt-MULLICN lilac St. Francis dr Salrs. Scii-1111- Club 3: Intramurals: Baskrtball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hand- ball 2. MARTIN M. MICICGAN Marry St. Dorothy. Intramural Baskrtball l, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD-1. MICYICRS llmfl Our Lady of Hungary. Sri:-nrt' Club 3: Hravywc-ight Football 2, 3: Intramural Baskrtball 2, 4. l-ZDWARDAI. MINAIIAN 1511 St. Ft-liritas. RICHARD 'I'. MINNICK lfhlff Visitation. Band I, 2: Intramural Baskrtball 1, 2, 3, .IOHN M. MOHAN .Hur Mt. Carmi-lfNiagaraj l3l. Stuclvnt Council 4: Cisca 4: Intramural Baskvtball 3, 4. ROBliR'l'.I. MOORIC Hub Stxlosvpb CHomrwoodl. Wrrslling 3, 4. RICHARD IC. MURPHY Rirk St. Francis dr Salvs. Dvbating 4: Carmrl-Litc' 4: Srivnrr Club 3: Swimming 4: Intramurals: Baskc-tball 2, 3, 4: Handball l. enior C aM i 'l X of 1952 HUGH F. MURRAY 1111.39 st. Ift-lit-nas. Scivncf' Club 3: Bowling 21 Intramurals: Baskrtball l, 2, 3 fChamps 35: Handball I, 2, 4. ROBERT li. MUSZALSKI .llonxw St. Francis cle' Salrs. Carmrl-Litt' 2: Svivnrt' Club 3: Glu' Club 2, 4: Intra- mural Handball 2, 4. l'1DWARDxI.NlCARY Iifl I'arksiclr. ROBERT M. NIEYLON lfuqgr St. Columbanus. liglitwvigllt Baskvtball l, 2, 3, 4 lCapt. 47, Flys l, DONALD D. NIIQSTROM Ilan Little Flowc-r. Mission Club l, 2: Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Handball 1, 2. CALLIS B. NIQ'Ull'l"I'li Cul Our Latly of Pvaccx Scivncc Club 3: Monogram Club 3, 4: 'l'rat'k 2, 3, 4 fCo-Capt, 45: Cross Country 3, 4: Bowling 2: Intramural Baskc-tball 1, 2, 3, 4. HYLAND A. NOLAN Hr St. 'Fbomas tlu' Apostle' Scivncc- Club 3: Intramural Baskrtball 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICK NOONAN Pat St. lI'l10lII2iS tht' Apostlr. Monogram Club 3, 4: Student Council 4 lVicr-Prvsi- drntlg Mission Club 2, 3: Lightweight Football l: Hs-avywt-ight Football 2, 3, 4: Intramurals: Baskvtball l, 2, 3, 4: Handball 1, 4, GERALD F. O'BRIliN lllklill St. Kilian. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 fChamps 45. O,BRIEN-REILLY enior 64155 ROGER A. PETERKA Chipr St. Adrian. Honor Roll lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2. THOMAS A. PETERSON Pele Holy Cross. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD PETRITIS Don St. Laurence. Swimming 2: Track 4: Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 42 Handball 3. HENRY L. PLANZER Hank St. Thomas the Apostle. Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2: Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Handball 3, 4. JOSEPH PONCER Bznzlry St. Martin. Junior Prom 3: Lightweight Football 1: Track 1, 2: Cross-Country 1: Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, Handball 1, 2, 3, 4. HERBERT J. PRUSSMAN Bud St. Thomas the Apostle. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES P. QUINN jim Gompers. ANTHONY S. RATHNAU Sonny St. Columbanus. Science Club 3, Monogram Club 4: Heavyweight Foot- ball 3, 4: Wrestling 3, 43 Track 45 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2. ROBERT J. REILLY Irish St. Clotilde. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN E. O'BRIEN jack Our Lady of Peace. Bowling 23 Intramurals: Basketball 3, 4: Handball 1, 2. JAMES O'HARA Gmrgf St. Thomas the Apostle. Student Council 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. LEROY C. OLSEN Ole' .Assumption B.V.M. LAWRENCEJONUSAITIS Larry Nativity B.V.M. PATRICK O'SHEA Slink St. Laurence. Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Cisca 4: Heavyweight Football 2, 3, 4: Intramurals: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Handball 4. RICHARD T. PARA jf! St. Adrian. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 COFficer 43: Dance Band 4: Science Club 3: Carmel-Lite 3: Intramurals: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Handball 2. FRANCIS E. PAULIK Frank St.Joseph. Honor Roll 2, 3: Science Club 3g Honor Society 3, 43 Intramural Handball 4. DONALD A. PELEGRINO F111 lirgy St. Raphael. Civics Medal 3: Glee Club 3: Art Club 4: Cisca 4. JAMES W. PEMBROKE jim St. Ambrose. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. of 1952 29 R I EMERSMA --wv -SKIBINSKI en for C ami NVILLIAM K. SCIIUI5l.l'1 Hill St. Mary of lNIt. Carinm-l. Ilonor Sovirty 4: Sriviiu- Club 3: l.it5litwc'igl'1t Football I: Intramural Haskvtball I, LOUIS SCHWARIK 1.lll1ll'I-,Lf St. 'I'homas thc Apostlv. Class l'rrsidm'nt 2: Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4: Honor Socirty 3, 4 CVit'f'-l'rc'siclc'nt 331 Cvnvral l'roliCi:'nc'y M1'dalg Ilistory Mrdal 4, l'roIic'i4'nc'y lNIL'dal 2, 3: lWono- grant Club 3, 4: Sc'iz'11c'L' Club 3, 4: Cisca 4: Carmvl-Litn' 3: Studrnt Council 4 CSc'c'rr'tary3: Ilvbating 4: Holiday llanu' 4: Srnior Prom 4: 'I'rac'k 2, 3, 4: Intramurals: Ilaskrtball I, 2, 3: Handball I, 2, 3, 4. l"Rl'lI3I'1RlCK I". SCO'l"I' Lurlv Visitation. Intramural Iiaskvtliall l, 2. CIIARLICS I". SCURIO Clllllfllil' Sarrvd Hvart. Stud:-nt Council 4: Intramural Baskctball 1, 2. IOHN SICKOSKY Big -701m St. -Iosvph lHomc'- wood3. RONALIDKI. SICRPIC .S'wrf1 St. Ifrancis dc Salt-s. Carmr-I-Litc 3: Sciviiu' Club 3: Intramurals: Baske-tball I, 2, 3: Handball 3, 4: Bowling 2. CICRALIJ ID. SHICICHAN jrrrv Our Lady of Hungary. Scif-livc' Club 3: Intramurals: Baskvtball 4: Handball 2, 4. THOMAS M. SIIZRACKI l,!1!I-,VII Cnunl St. Mary Magdalvnv. Honor Socicty 4: Intramurals: Haskvtball I, 2, 3: Hand- ball I. RICHARDLI. SKIBINSKI .S'il'z'bu St. Michavl. Class Sccrrtary 3: Scivncc- Club 3: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Ivlission Club 3: I.ightwr'igl1t Football lg Hvavy- wc-ight Ifootball 2, 3, 4 fMost Valuablc 43: Intramurals: Haskvtball l, 2, 3, 4 CChamps 33: Handball 2. 30 GERRYRI. RIl'IMI'IRSM.-X Cntr St. Columbanus. Class Vice--Prcsidcnt 3: Mission Club 2, 33 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Heavyweight Football 2, 3, 4: Lightweight Baskrtball I, 2: He-avywc-ight Baskvtball 3, 4: Light- weight Football 1: Intramural Handball I. RICHARD S. ROLICWICZ Rnllf Mt. Carmcl QNiagara3 C23. Monogram Club 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 4 fCapt. 43: Track 2, 3, 4 fCo-Capt. 43: Intramural Baskvtball 2, 3, 4. RICHARDJ. RUSSIZLI. 1e11.Y.l' St. Dorothy. Student Council 4: Swimming I: Intramural Baskvtball 1, 2, 3, 4 fChamps 43. JOSEPH RYAN .-ln' St. Nivholas of Tolcntinv. Lightwcight Football I: Intramural Baskvtball l. 2, 3, 4. ARNOLD SASS lfflllllil' HQ1' St. lxlary fRiv0rdalC3. Bowling 2: Intramurals: Baskvtball l, 2: Handball l, 2. CI-IARLICS P. SCANLAN Clmfl' St. Cyril. Track I, 2: Cross Country 2, 3: Intramural Baskctball I, 2, 3, 4CCl1amps 23. -IOHN-I. SCHIICVI1 llnl Lijm' hit. Cl2il'lI'lC'l CNiag'ara3 L23. Clem' Club 4: Scicnfc' Club 3, 4. THOMAS W. SCHILI7 Sanz St. Nicholas. Honor Socivty 4: Intramural Baskr-tball 1, 2. QIOSICPH V.SCHMI'I' ,7.,,3 srczlm-.., Student Council 4: Intramurals: Baskrtball I. 2, 3, 4 CChamps 23: Handball 4. 0 i952 SLIZE-THOMPSON GERALD S. SLIZE jerq St. Bride. Glee Club 39 Intramural Handball 2, 4. JAMES P. SMYTH Smilgf St. Nicholas. Lightweight Football 1, 2: Track 1: Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. VVILLIAM V. SPAIN Bi!! St. Kilian. ROBERT S. SPALLINA Mu.fcIes Arthur Dixon. Art Club 3, 45 Student Council 4: Camera Club 2: Bowling 2 CCapt.lg Lightweight Football 1g Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Handball 2. DONALD SPANIER Spinny Our Lady of Peace. Art Club 4g Student Council 4: Bowling 2, Intramurals: Basketball 3, 4: Handball 1, 2. KENNETH K. STAKE Iffn St. Ambrose. Science Club 3: Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Handball 4. RICHARD A. STEFANI Ace Holy Rosary. Honor Roll 2: Honor Society 3, 4: Oriflamme 4, Public Speaking 3: Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Handball 1, 2. JAMESJ. STIEMAN Big jim St. Mary fRiverdalel. Bowling 21 Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, Handball 1, 2. THOMAS H. STIEMAN Tom St. Mary fRiver- dalel. Honor Roll 2: Science Club 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2. enior M665 of 1952 FREDERICK J. STUCKIQR Slirk Barbour Hall CMich.D. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer 43, Cisca 45 Student Council 2, 4: Carmel-Lite 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. JOHN F. SULLIVAN Sully Sts. Peter and Paul. Student Council 4: Science Club 3: Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Handball 1, 2. JAMES J. SWANSON .Slbilrr St. Thomas the Apostle. Glec Club 1: Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hand- ball 1, 2, 3. RONALD C. SWANSON Swedf St. Laurence. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, Handball l. PHILLIP H. SWEARINGEN Punchy St. Clara. Mission Club 2, 3: Student Council 4: Holiday Dance 41 Lightweight Football lg Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Handball 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD SZOTEK for Immaculate Concep- tion. Student Council 4g Intramural Basketball 2, 3. DONALD G. TADROWSKI Tm' Sts. Peter and Paul. Student Council 4, Camera Club 2, 3: Science Club 3, 4g Bowling 2, Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hand- ball 2. RAYMOND T. TERLIZZI Paimnl Kenwood. Honor Roll 1, 43 Honor Society 45 Oriflamme 3, 4 fEditor-in-chief 41, Carmel-Lite 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4, Band 2: Dance Band 4: Glee Club 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. JAMES D. THOMPSON jim St. Columbanus. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Handball 1, 2, 3, 4. 31 THOMPSON ZAHORIK 'l'l'll'lOIJORli 'I'l-IUMPSON 'lwl St. Kevin ICDWARD-1. 'I'HORl' lfl'.Lf.7lI7II St. Mary. Bowling 2: Intramurals: Basketball l. 2: Handball 3. WILLIAM li.'l'IGHl-1 Cmlfllwr St. Bride. l,iLglitweight Football I: Intramurals: Basketball l, 2 3,41 Handball l, 2, 3, IJANIICL ll. TURCXYNSKI 'lzuk St. Nieliolas o 'l'ol4-ntine. Intramural Basketball 2, 3. IN JMINIC L. VALl'lN'l'l'1 llnm St. Anthony of Padua. llonor Roll l 3 Spanish Medal 3: Honor Soeiety 4. l'l'l'l'liR S. VALICSARICS lilnrk Prix' St. Nicholas. Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, 3. 41 Handball 4. CICRALIJ A. VAN HlClCS lh'f,'w1nw St. Columbanus. llonor Roll lg Band l, 2, 3. 43 Srienee Club 31Bowling 3 Intramural Basketball l, 2. IJUMINICD.VIOI..-XN'l'l-1 lJI4fl'lI1'I' St. Louis Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. RUBICRT li. WALSH llnlinrl St. Columbanus. l.i1.5htweight Football l: Intramurals: Basketball 2 llandball l, 2, 3. enior 6 cud 32 I 952 THOMAS M. WALSH Hnln St. Clotilde. lN1'mograin Club 2, 3. 4: lNIission Club Z, 3: Lightweight Football I: Heavyweight Football 2, 3. 4: Lightweight Basketball 4g Flys lg Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, 31 Handball 1, 2. 'ILRRICNCIC ll, WARD 'lurl Standard lHoine- woodl. Class Treasurer 3: Class Vive-President 4, lNIonog.gram Club 4: Seienee Club 3: Junior Prom 3: Lightweight Formtball lg Heavyweight Football 3, 4: Lightweight Bzisketball 23 Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Hand- b'1ll 2. Cl'lURCl'i A. WIZBBICR Cm St. Columbanus. Lightweight Basketball l. 2, 3. 4: Monogram Club 3. 4. RICHARD P. WIZICD Rug St,.Ioaehiin. Honor Roll l, 2, 3g Honor Soeiety 3, 4: Seienee Club 3, Cheerleaders 4, Student Council 4 tPresidentlg Uriflamme 4: junior Prom 33 Senior Prom 4. CHARLICS A. WELCH lllflflfl St. Kevin. Honor Roll l, 2, 3: Honor Society 3, 4 Cljresident 4l1 Monogram Club 2, 3. 45 Mission Club 2, 31Seience Club 3, 43 Carmel-Lite 3, 4 Cliditor-in-Chief4l1 Orillamme 42 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 fCapt. 21: Track 2, 3, 4 CCU-Capt. Zlg Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Handball l, 2, 4. WILLIAM A. WENTZ Mil Little Flower. Camera Club 23 Glee Club lg Wrestling l, 2: Intramural Basketball 3. PIQTICR S. WINTIZRS Rn! St, Columbanus. Science Club 33 Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 41 Handball l, 2. PAUL T. YAHNIZR 'lklll Paul St. joseph QHome- woodl. Honor Roll 2: Science Club 3. ROBliR'Il,l. ZAHURIK Bob St. Philip Neri. Honor Roll 25 Mission Club lg Student Council 2: Science Club 33 Lightweight Football l: Bantamweight Basketball 1, 2: Intramurals: Basketball 3, 4 fChamps 3, 425 Handball l. 2, 4 CCO-Champ 25. ZAJESKI- ZUMM I JAMES B. ZAKIHSKI ,Qzlg Assumption B.V.M. Athletic Scholastic Award 43 Science Club 3g Monogram Club 2, 3, 4g Carmel-Lite 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Lightweight Football lg Heavyweight Football 2, 3, 43 Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Handball 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUIS G. ZELLER Lou St. Dorothy. Wrestling 1, 2, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ZILIS jim Michigan City High School. Religious Council 4, Science Club 3. THOMAS L. ZUMM Zoom St. Louis. Student Council 4g Glee Club12g Camera Club 2: Intra- murals: Bowling 2g Basketball 2, 3, 4. CU'l'LeI'6t JAMES J. ELLIOT RAYMOND L. HAYES PATRICK J. O,MARA OUTSTANDING SENIORS OF 1952 Portrayed below, left to right, and top to bottom are: Cassidy, grid captain and class presidentg Zajcski, football and track starg Riemersma, cage captain and football halfbackg DeGrange, high-scoring forward, Louis Schwartz, class valedictorian and outstanding orator fMidwest District champion, and winner of Second place in National com- petitionl: McMahon, undefeated A.A.U. grapplerg Flaherty, ace chance-book salesman. , f sm! . .I X I X "' i ,Tk :l., . xx b 1 ' 1 X t""' it "" l V st 1 I Kfx I -' Xt All x ' ' . ' J f'- : . N l"""'t x X r It . wx l i -H 3 "" .L 1 ..' ' :Qs .-: ff' 'f""'T "' LA z:'4f,,,,,,. M 0 rr... f 7, ,EI F BNN? f l ,. A-f I I l X A 1 x X X M . V I I ...B .. . 1-,. ss, 1 X l , K v 33 unior C arid Qmcerfi L xiii . .CIUINAN CL. US.XI.lS .I.UI'1l,K Y. 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WMMWQS ' i ve " s 1-M5395 'fwfr-xwfw 0 t Wiwfnuth Skiziiffkif 'k'ki'tl'!'Rir f kivriirq ""'f'fifr ' f Q 1 gh v F. l.lCl"'l': XYclch. Ro:-lx, and W'c1-tl, critically invcstigatc' othcx' annuals. RIGHT: Paisans 'fcrlizzi ancl Stclluii. pr4'par:' sonic of thc copy for thc printcr. fguggcafionfi 6ll"l'Yl8f' OMC 'l'hc 1952 stall' undcr thc ahlc supcr- vision of its ncw Nlodcrator. Fr. Coluinba, tricd to hrcali thc monotony of thc school ycai' with scvcn issucs. A grccn stall and niodcrator had to lcarn thc tricks of thc journalistic licld from thc hottoin up. 'llicir sparkling achicvcincnt was thc six- pagc lootliall championship cdition. Although thc stall' was cxtrcnicly undcr- nianncd. natural talcnt was dcvclopcd. Ray 'lcrlizzi with his Faculty satircs. Dan Carroll with his cxccllcnt sports covcragc. .loc Gross and .lim Karaganis with thcir fcaturcs and Editor Chuck W'clch with thc cditorials lornicd thc nuclcus of thc stall. Intcrvicwcrs for thc Carmcl-l.itc', Ray 'l't-rlizzi and Daw- llulwr, ucstion Fr. David conccrning thc fortliconuntg llicatrc Party. lNTorlcrator lfr. Cloluinlxa strivcs to point o Inistakcs in onc part oli thc nc-xt issum-'s clummv whilc cditor W'c'lcl1, assistczl by Gross and Kara- ganis, conccntratcs on a clillcrn-nt sn-ction, ln hack- grounil, Carroll proofrcacls a1.1allr'ysl1cc'tfrom tlmc printcrs. As thc months rollctl hy thcy lvccanu' niorc prolicicnt in tlu-sc llllll'-CIJHSIIIIIIIILQ tasks. 4 HINII Ili If.XRXIl,l,-l,I l'l. N'l'.Xl'Xl". 5-1-1111-cl, l.c'I'I In Right: IQQIIYIQRIIIIS, Urnss, l"r, flflllllllliil, if, XY:'Im'I1 I1-clilm'-ill-m'I1ir'I'I, I-'.N1m'k1 WI X ' ' ' NIJINI I1 R. NIIIVIIIIX, R. II'lIl!!I, Il. I Iznwull. Mr? NIJIII JIIIINIMIIIII li.lIilQQlIlIY, lukeil1smm'nI'lI1m'Il114'rlmiIIIi Rilfill! If' H1f'f'l IIN' lIl'2llllIIlf'. UVUSH. 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Ol' c'0111's1'. 2111 1110 licllows on thc squad wc'1'11 1110111 Cl2lI'll1t'l. lllll 11111 lassics Caiuc liI'UI1l s11c111 SC'll0U1S as 1101'ctto. 1N11c1'Cy. and 1 'Q ' I I .'XCllllIlilS. IXIQ1113' 111211116 21111 C1110 to Fz1t1101' form at thi' P 'ili 'cm' chml llli 'MHP 'W Mylvs. 111oc1c'1'a11o1' ol' thc' group. 1'i1'i1:1'1'11 iii il x'z11'i1'Iy 111' pimsvs ut 1'i1'kc'1'wz111 stz111l11111 21111. lrlit lu right, Civm' K1Il4l'1ld. .X1111:'tl1- Lux, Kay Sl2l1ll1'l', Kr'11 l'vlkl1l1'I'ly, 1, :rm l.YIl1'll, Uizuu' fill1llIl2llll', 2111 1 1,1111 Nl 'y.'1'. 9 u A In r 5' ' W y 1 . . 1. f f - Q- 5' .1 W- , . , ,. I .V . "-try 4 1 f S E., Y "' an 1 Imp .X .X I Yi .a 4 Q. 'f , , , x 4-.. QRL-ligious Councilb BACK RONY. Left to Right: R. Butler. R. Duffner. Karaganis. B. Urbik, D. Arnold. Zilis. Johnson. T. Brugman. D. 'l'ath'owsk FRONT ROXV: Caraher, F. lN1aslankowski, D. Pelegrino, L. Sehwartzhl. Molian. ' ' ' aibegafing Q Lgcoufi 0lfU'lCl Again lXf1ount Carmel's Religious Coun- cil tCiscal made itself known around our beloved school with its constant bulletins. A great help was provided by the members for the student body in the weekly Legion of Decency ratings. One member. Jerry Caraher. was an officer of the Chicago chapter of Cisca as well as being a writer for Cisca News. Witlu Fr. Vincent at the helm. this organization is bound for greater achieve- ments. which will prove once more that Carmel will establish itself as a leader not only in athletics, but also in religious activities. fllebating Team! A debating team entirely composed of HRookies,' Qmoderator Fr. Clctus and membersl, swept all honors in the Chi- cago area. The negative team of Schwartz and Karaganis took first place in the Chicago Archdiocean Tournament and fourth in the Mid-West Tournament. Juniors, Harry McKee and Frank Draine. followed closely in their footsteps as lN1c- Kee won an individual trophy. Through practice and experience gained in debating, Schwartz won the Midwest Championship in the Henry Clay Ora- torical Contest and became runner-up in the national finals in Detroit. CIA XIKXVISIC: li. Wfisniewski, F. Draine, l.. Schwartz, Karaganis, H. lVIeKee, T. Alkire. D. Carroll. STANDING: Fr. Clelus. 2 'HC' , Kal: W R' if X -, 'Y' 1 ' 5 ' 1 w 'E 4 f ,,- , . J S 0 I 1 ix f W E ' ki 5 I x Q f .', Q Q' ysfg V ' 1 f x AQ? i J , 1 , V1 ,gy -. ' NS . 1 W y , . QU' zlfilqmb MQ 'Sf was I RQ 5 ,if .ki I X , jf? 3? f fi Q, Q, V N. ww if Q sx F 1 -Q x Q' i viii? 1 -,WR 17,3 WV' .Q , 'Digi-Q M? x'2 1 3 , ag 'uv ky ? A.l iv 1 J ,Xu S W 'E in 3' ,A L! q AWQI 1 S3 E . .. A. ,. f if , ,Q mf -..f Q I - x E 3 1 xi :ga ,x viii X g .i SN' I " .. wig X Lx fwfii F 'Q 'if " Q45 Sl 5 X u Z . :X N1 in W ii-Sr? 2 xfsafw K Ni W W V . ig? if X , : Y. .www N - " x 1 . Q- 1 X is 'fm' . J X iv? 5 mx J W9 x M ,.: 4, A L, M ' M - Nm. X x , km in if Q Lg. 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NI..X'I'I.Il1Ihlfmzlilix,I".SInN'Iu'I,I7,Spz1niI'I',R.fXI11rII1. 1: .I .' -v N 4.47 L-b Q07 Visitors ui' Ilia' iiaiwi' svx posing OiQil'CIiUI'lS l0Cil2'liVII12iIl in c'lassi'ooi11 form' two brave mc-n In rvinain iiilJac'kQi'u1iI1cl. Stuclc-nl limiiiril im-nilnix wvlvmxim' visitors zil rz'igisli.i tion dr-sk during ffzilliulu Iiitvi'-Sclimml ciUl1ii1'I'l'I1l'l' ui Stnclvnl Clminril Rc-pr:-v'iit.1 tixvs. Visiting inuiiitm' prcsicivs over classrooin of Carina-1 lads fliasick, Dolan, Consiclinv, Care-yi, and thvir Lgiivsts. S-L .l Ul"l"H3l'1RS. I.vi't to Right: IQ. NM-lmlmm-i', 'l'. Cassidy, il. Niqtivttcxhl. lx'lI'lXlZlllOI1, R. Nvylon, Cl. Rii'int'i'sinzi, R. Rolcwivz. Wi. cmfg 1ft1.,,.,,g,...,.. cm 'l'l1isyvzii', 1952, inzirks thi' twvnty-lilith lVlc'lN'lahon. wrcstlingg Bob lxlf'Dt'l'IllLJll zi1inix't'i'sz1i'y oi' thi' lN'lOllOQI'21ll1 Cllnh. Car- and Ray Kclly, swiinniingg Cal Niquvttc' inc'l's inost t'XC'lllSlYi' UI'QZ1IllZ21tlOI'l. ln and Divk Rolcwicz. track: loin Cassidy. thcst' twi-nty-lix'c' yvztrs tht' holders of thc' loothzlllg and Gerry RlQ'll1LxI'S1Il2l. hzlskct- r'ovc'tm'cl inzijor Icttvrs lmvc' avcountcd for hall. inorc' than lilly titlcs ranging from football to golf zincl boxing. 'l'hc' livllows Chosen to lVlC111hCrsl1ip in this club is litnitcd only zivt Lis thc' Cflulfs rc'p1'c'scntzttivcs undci' to athlctcs who hzivc won tht' c'ox'0tt'd Moclcwzitor, 'l'v1'i'y B1'c'1111z1i1. wcrct .Iohn "C" in intcrschool Coinpvtition. L A l'ilXSKl'i'I'H.Xl,l,. 'l'RlXC IK, XN'RliS'l'l,lNCi. SNVllXllN'llNG CSm'nioi'sl. l"lRS'l' Rl HV, l.r'Iil to Riulil: CI. W'4'lc'li, ll. lwinski, fl. Niqlivttv, R. Rolvxxicv,-I. lxlflxlilllilll. SI-1t3lJNlllUJXX':B. Nli'lJc'i'iiiott, R. Ki-lly, R. Bonsv, fl. lnqlinio. B. lX1ooi'i',Al. lilI1S4'll2lllXlL1lIl. .,,,,vi,- - 4 1-- 1 - 1 Y Nl JI I li .I l Rlullz I.. Svliwzirtx, ll. I,arson.-I. N-kosky, H. l'lzinx4'r, R. lii'1flin,l1. l'lll'IIlC'I'SllI2l, C., llc-Cii'aiiigv. MH K! Y :I l"OU'l'l5.Xl.l. tSL'11im'sl. I FIRST ROXY, I,n-fl to Right: kjozaitis. R. DufT'm'r. D. Buclrich, T. VVard, I. Noonan. BXCIK RONY: CT. Kasirk, li. Bvall, IJ. Boyle. T. Ratlmau, Zajn-ski. NIH' I'ICI'l'URIQD: 'l'. YVEIISII, 'l'. Cizxssicly. P. U'Sl14'2l. R. Skibinski. l,. Dclgrosso, U. Flvisclu-1' F01 J'I'B.Xl.l, 1L'ml1-rrlussnm-n1, FRONT ROXY: lmft lu Right:-I. Sllva, Y. Iovino. li. SIILTIIY, M. Guinzm. MIlllJl,li ROXY: R. O'Dunm-ll, R. Riclcllc, Stc'pam'k, R. Rusc-, BAKER ROXY: R. Pr'1'l1cic'1'gast. I". Finn, H. Rvyllcnlcis, KI. fyS1lHiYklIl B. Bolnhzi. NUT l'ICI'lxL'RlllJ: l'sz1lis, P. Nfzilxuxwy, Slll'ZiINX 4-'I SK I'I'I'II.XI.I ., SYVIINI NIINKI II'l1rIc'l'm'Iz1ws111r'l1I I R1 BNI RUXV, I,a-I'l In Right: CI. II:nIIm'r, I,, Nvlmwuru, .X. Nlzxnc, I"ilzgc'x'ulmI. NIIIlIlI,I'1 IUJIV: NI1'ffm'tI1y, 'If Hlus, R. .XrvmIs, Iivilly, R. Clzlrvy. Ii XIIK IUJIV: Ii. I.rILg1'wm'lI1, II. 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Tolm Uassidy, im- Shining hoth tlf-fm-'risivc-ly. and pendnhle haek who shone IH every proved steadily until -he reaclivd his offensively wus huge .Inn Zajc-ski, vapai-ity. lie wasa 11-1-eivt-t' ot many peak in the sr-'ason finale. He was all-state fullhaek and center. Re- passvs as well as a vluteh runner. rated a sure-fire college prospevt. liable and vigorous aptly deserihes the Zajeski Inachine, fam 0 fAe gf Clram A 0 ? I0 Bfltllllillg into late-season prom- inent-e was mammoth line-hacker. Dudley Hudrivh. who aptly hul- warked the venter of the Faruvan line. 3 x .. - kb 5 i gf Q ..., M vw 'M i ' A1447-f M A. 'if LQ 3- Terry VVard, light hut fast, was a breakaway runner who played an important role in Carmel's initial virtories, 4 x A sr. 'fft it t ii be Lanky Bomha's exceptional pass attacking hecamc the rage of the rampaign, especially inthe Leo and Fenwiek tilt. 1 5 ' if-. . K . DU" B"5'l" "Val th" llmsl l'l"'l'l' Tom YY:1lsh not onlv did the mfxm l im'l'1"'l l"u5"'." 'I' the HHH f'zirmelitt-'s punting hut also proved fray. and in many instant-es hol stt-rt-d a sagging attack. ' to he a treinen dons running asset, alert running. Soplloinorv, Dirk Ptviitlt-t'g:lst defensive flunker, was a staunr-li de- fender of his side of the line-, vsperi- ally when the chips were down. Tony Rathnan vaine from no- year and gave an out- standing pvrforniant-P. His offensive ill long be reineinht-i'ud. Frank Pinn was the main figure- on the long, hard road to vit-tory. An all-state lialfhavk, his running fvats will never hv forgotten. 791 Illlpl'OVlIl2 weekly was Dan l"lim-st'livr. 215 pound lc-ft tam-kle stalwart. His rlutr-h tar-klvs paw-d the way to many a triumph. Holm AIl'lJUlllll'll. .luniot'sr'at havk, 1lidn't sec-toon1ur'h ar-tion lint when ho did plat' he sp'u'kIed with his 79 l i l.lCF'I': Taking Cassidy's pitchout, Pinn circles St.George's left end. RIGHT: Ward, aided by superior blocking, picks up extra yardage against the Mustangs. Opener Sees Caravan Trip Up Loyola, 20-7 A green but determined Mouiit Carmel eleven inaugurated its season with a con- vincing 20-7 victory over Loyola. The game proved to be a tightly contested fray until Carmel broke through the Rambler defense for two quick touchdowns and a 13-0 lead at the intermission. In the third quarter the northerners counted once to narrow their deficit to a conquerable six points. However, Terry Brennan's charges iced the game in the final period on a Tommy Walsh four-yard plunge through center. I 'N Pinn is linally hauled down by three ' Ramblers after advancing the ball 25 yards. Evanston Dragons Dump Carmel in Practice St. George provided the first real test for Carmel, which failed by the tune of a 32-7 score. It was simply a case of too much Dick Fitzgerald, Dragon All-State half- back. He tallied all the Evanstonians' touchdowns, three on jaunts of 77, 8, and 75 yards respectively, and two on short passes from Dragon quarterbacks, Rear- den and Carmody. The Caravan threa- tened once in the first period when a Cassidy-to-Riemersma pass knotted the score at 7 apiece. Carmel Victors, 19-0, Versus Towering Ritans In its first league game Mount Carmel experienced little or no trouble in handing St. Rita a 19-0 defeat. The first quarter stood scoreless, when, with a few seconds remaining, Gerry Riemersma cracked 5 yards OH' tackle for a touchdown. The score remained that way until Frank Pinn, Junior halfbaek, circled end for a 14 yard scoring sprint midway in the third period. The Caravan cinched the game in the final quarter on another Riemersma touchdown plunge, this time for two yards. .4...i..-.. ..-.... ...... ........,.. ,.. .-.. -...- - . . -.ii .mi Traveling Carmelites Bow at Green Bay, 18-7 On a holiday trip the Caravan encounter- ed both the Green Bay Central football team and the uncontrollable elements, which slowed the Carmelite attack to nil. Central's star scatback, Dave Donarski, counted first on a 20 yard quick opener. However, Frank Pinn countered for Car- mel when he registered six points on a twisting 85 yard trek. Donarski on the first play of the third quarter romped for another Central touchdown, and later in the last period the Green Bay squad tallied their third and last marker. The final score read 18-7. Resurgent Carmel Trims Meteors in 14-7 Tilt De La Salle became the second League victim of the resurgent Caravan, 14-7. The first quarter saw the two potent squads battle to nil on the muddy gridiron, but in the second period the Meteors scored on a Krysowski-to-Hughes pass covering 11 yards. In the waning minutes of the period Frank Pinn electrified the crowd with a lightning-like touchdown bolt through center for 88 yards. The game wasn't decided until the final minutes when Jim Zajeski lugged the pigskin two yards around end for a tally. Zajeski initiates his game-winning 3 yard touchdown sprint against De La Salle Meteors. Caravan Turns Back sf. Phillip, 27-O In a game slowed considerably by in- numerable penalties, Mount Carmel over- whelmed St. Philip 27-O. The Caravan produced touchdowns in every one of the four periods. The first quarter witnessed Frank Pinn scamper 18 yards down the sidelines for a score, while in the next period Tom Walsh went 8 yards over guard into paydirt. jim Zajeski entered the score column in the third quarter on a sweeping three yard run into the Gael end zone. Hugh Reynolds went 45 yards for the final Caravan marker. LEFT: Pinn heads for the sidelines to avoid three untamed Mustangs. RIGHT: Walsh heads for paydirt against St. Philip on a beautifully executed fake and handoff. 81 1 1 l l 'I'OP:Wa1hb . ' I " ' ' f V' b-th ry. BOTTOM- R' s lh L t Ironmen Blanked, 28 O by Fast Moving Caravan Mount Qarmtl s nt xt victory was a facile triumph ovtr St Elwabtth 28 0 The C aravan counttd in the first quarter on a 3 yard plungc by llTl Zajcski The crush mg fullback annexed his next score in the stcond pt riod on an 8 yard pitchout run Shortly bcfore intermission Tom Cassidy htavtd a long 31 yard atrial to Brad Bomba who caught the ball on the ten yard lint and sped goalward The second halfs solt action was a final Carmelite tally on another Cassidy to Bomba pass covering '74 yards Carmelites Crush Leo 39-13, in Bruising Fray In the climactic game of the season an inspired Carmel eleven took the measure of rival Leo, 39-13. Exhibiting a series of slashing, driving ground gains, the Cara- van was never short of victory. An ener- getic trio of backs, Frank Pinn, jim Zajeski, and Gerry Riemersma annexed the six Caravan touchdowns, while Ray Topolski on a 44 yard jaunt and Hank Prokaski counted the Lions' two scores. Pinn tallied four times and Riemersma and Zajeski each once. The Carmelites' front wall was indeed brilliant in this instance. St. Ignatius Defeated in the Cold, 34-19 Carmel completed Section play unde- feated by ripping through St. Ignatius 34-19. The Caravan scored First on an 83 yard Frank Pinn jaunt but thc Ignatians countered when Nosal broke through for a 51 yard TD run. A 19 yard scamper by im Zajeski resulted in another Carmel score but the Wolves tied things up on Nosals second tally. Pinn scored again before the half In the third quarter Gasper circled the Caravans end for a TD putting thc Wolves but a point behind The contest was dccidtd in the final period on 2 Gerry Riemc rsma scores aogd . 9 J s . - , - a s oots ont of his familiar punts downtitld in tht , St Lliza 4. fa ' L' . lemersma crashes through e ion defense . as Zait-ski and Pinn move to the righ on fake handoffs. - , X . A , . A . . f . . I . . , 1 I I 1 1 1 ' On a snow-covered turf, Cassidy fires l n owntield - aerial to Bomba. Carmel's opponent is formidable St. Ignatius. 1 i 8 x ' - ' . . ,. . U Y ' K 5 n I . , , . V I 1 1 . 1 T ' . , . V xl. , . . , , . , , I - ' r 1 1 x .K I g 1 3 S I ' . - - , . . V '. f Y - A ' L A ie u x I 1 I I X . , IN 1'1- f .7 I Y - 4 -4 g . sq - " 'f 'Q 5 T 3 . A , .- , 1 .' ' 3 v ii K I , f I 5 s ' ' - - '9 . .3 g 47", . , ' A V ' , ' + v I W: I. s y H --' V , . ' N gs 1. I - , . 82 , . Y rn- -v'- fgiffcf ,avg --', 4: ' g':fig,j 1. .. ,Q I z. . , ,. . , . , . .Y M A,h. 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W, If, , eitlicr Lime Tech, the- if-ani it lnwiif "' -3 fmm' gf'L?""4't W' , J . , , h . 1,2 i"1i T2 ,' 1" ...hi i li. 45-20 in last yvar s classic, vi' Lixiiiug , . 0 zlilm ,,fii.x..if,1, i blom. Y 6 gig: Liu-Z fini 5 za, I 6 7!.'fiX' U? 'UIQ KKK W5 SY Lane rind Lindhlom plziv for the! is in :mini new im: ,M , 1 , fi-vm xeiiiiwii xi Public Lczxgm- ciizinipiunshnp baiur-i 13 13 m,,i1eiii.4k ivincexzqki da L S ,lui ir IDA ' Seton!! Qnlrkaf y a ik LM ' 1 Y S za if rpm. ii-ya 1-s-iiim sm. 1,5153 197 XARU5 E as is :iimfiy mia:-ski-px wicker , " 5 , Pmn, a sturdy and stcmiy work-5 ' 1 man, providfad the 10.000 chilled fzuis E x-wfin uimm E with one of the most. sensatiuixali gf, gfgQQj?'?gj,aQjg,3?f,- VW VW individual perforinanccs of the sea- L13 is niiiiimiiii igwa. pm ' 5 . . i , i , H , , son. He picked up 197 yards in 23' 33 is ziS.'l'ii1iSi1iS.i1QE.,-g'if,J3"' 'U wi carries for an 8.6 average. 5 H.. K A ,WYE Pmn shared the Mount Carmeif Both 12691341 'ihiwm I ' ' ' GIIYVXC - 4' I, ' A . . . Scoring hf'Y101'5 wirh Gary Riemer- Qww ,Wd h H lm ,K Bm Fmt, Gary Riemersma 6103, fleet Caravan haifback, crashes over Lmdblom's line for size- sma, right halfback. Both tallied two : U9 SU L Y fl 'U ' is li bl - , . . . w,,chdDw,,,,.TheOt,,e,C,,,a,,,mScore,vimiiecumiixea2155-ifaraaaiiiiiw, 8 e gain. Mount Camels Mike Guman 1211 is at extreme left. . was credited tb Brad Bombay an ond' ,Fenwick S longest wisiained drivef , of the day, by slicing over his right. . at 33531, pass from er tackie from im-ee gfiiiias we for the, j score. Three minutes later. Rigalificidsrdy a three-yurii pass from Bd Siianncri Q on Lim Mount Carmf-I nine and! the rest, of time way un- inio the Cargvan end znne. Shannon, an little determined guys Mount Carmel started fast ihelii a 13-0 azlvaiimge after 36:10 had been played. Fenwick, ing' for its sixth if-agile title, back with two touchdowns to tie at I3-13 before the first who fights for every yard, was 8 ' Fenwick standout, too. He carried, hall on 22 oi' Fenwick? 39 rush- I plays, accumulating 117 of the 139 yards. MADDOCK TIES IT - 'Mtlddock converteq after Ri- secfmd tcfuchciowri, Biting me n intii the 13-13 deadiock, lasted about Seven xniiztitvs. Pinn clinxaixcd ui '73-yard fidvancc at 6:30 of the scvrinil period by plunging over from the fine. Cas-- kick was wide, but Mount Car- was ahead to staw 19-13. STHJ. CHAMPS g . Q , i l Frank Pirin 1167 gains 10 yards during second quarter action against Fenwick in Cath M olic League championship game. Tackle was made by Fenwicks Bob Morman 1281. Grwiiw, Xniiin, Swliauvk. "Wm in UN? fini Ilt?f'if1f3i Cmfisiiiy had opener! U10 sitorivigi t ii J A , 1, . , . , , V , litillilnfyfui-iiiiiiifniiiifaifllg. his hi-:si affine mth a 23-yard payoff pitch tri' h, He pickm up Gil yards 'flegimbzi in the first SNiSSi!'!I1, ru-.viii ni c..m-fi Mi-wi uf -iff. 13. if and 1 yard. smrisiicaiiy, Mmm: Carmvl, in F'Z?L.,ETAZ'9.'.'.1: ':::::: 'S ii U. yum.. 'I'lii'rvf was nu furtiwr sm' jig seventh league :ffl A Frank Pinn farrowl picks up Simms U 90123994 L3 :Vifli Pflge- QQfifi2 iqilf,'.'lg.f., .illixifxf . l 4, ,- f ,..,,' 5, 1 if vi ' Y ' ' ' VIA . five yards for Mount Carmel I w M 1e15'?Za2ta'2ut5iim:i A I ag 'ig , A D 1 - ,i vi 5 vii-1 . ,... '. Peforffh hem? SPOPPM by 'JP' C"'m'9 I3-fit.h of the-se went tc Riemersma. 459 tb 208, ,,,,,11'ff?f'j'jf'f,?3', 5 2 identified I'env-wk iaekxff in firm was on a 48wyar1g1 It was Carmclfs ' ,,u,,,,,, ff IQ 5 third quarter nr prep straight do-.sm we ,parm this gpaggn Ml 5 xi battle league miata-rg. YW" IM 'SO IH i ,ff E'-'f...,o he : Two unidentified - wil Frank gain. RIGHT: Riemersma advance. Others are Cai-ifvan's cnrfxv an-nirr-an -nn i Rauf Friars 32 fo l3:RefainCa1'holic Tifle , , fi 5 ., lf ' its 4... A .. . xl. , , , Kiwi-as .3 Q T .Navy Rom .c H 1 cAoo .su N DAY. l1.yfm 1 Army 42-7 SUN.-' I 'I Tops use 19-12 Story on Page 80 D Story on Pogo 80. i K 5 Inns. s. No. 9 T ' ' it oiaciivlrrir il. lt?5T'i W T T T in j 'C I P Ch T li arm rep U PS6 5Defeais Lindblo I9 To 6 ZFor 2d Bowl Tifle In Row 1 1 . L V ldown and extra point which to ,all intents and purposes was By Jerry Holtzman l Mount Carmel High School ot' the Catholic League defeated Linclblom of the Public in the Prep Bowl Saturday to win its second straight city football championship. It was first time in nine years that one school Mount Carmel lcd through- out, and, in fact, rcquircd only 58 scconds to score the touch- . the ball- game. , E Z'iQ.,4i.. E The Cnruvun wvnt on to 141-ore 'two morn first llilll' tour-hllowns ln-- lfore yielding n fourth-quarter sr-orc lo Lindblom. . f lfllcsr LOSS P It was r.ln.lnmm's fn-br ings in 12 lsturtg this ocnson and the ninth .win for Mount Cnrnirl in 11 games. Q Mount Curinc-I scored its first 'touchdown bc-fore some of the 25,- l3B4 fans arrived at the huge lakz--L Pfront arena. After Jim Zajcski rf--' learned the opening kickoff 17 yai-fist to the Mount Carmel 45, and a line play lost one, quarterback Tom Cas-E tidy pitched u 56-yard touchdown 4 phil to end Gone Shechy. Shcchy caught the ball on thc iLlndhl0in 23 and, nftvr vluding Dong ,MoUt0r, the last dr-frnrlvr, rompul into the end zone. ,Zuje-ski, kicked, ithe cxtrn point. 1 Llndblnin, which won uu annie on its pri-vloun Pri-p Bowl nppcnruxwosj STATISTICS FIM! down! ...i--..,..-.-...... Rluhlnl ..... ....... 9 8 1 Pualng.,..,.. ....... 3 5 Pmllly .........- ..... 0 17 Yards rulhlng .....24l . 161 Ynrds panning ........ ..... WI! X20 Tuul not yards gnln..... .....331i 257 1 Punt utenipted ..... 17 33 ?-i:iirJn:dd.s...... ..... 2 g Il? Y K' Y U.. .nn Punt! ..?............. U... 83 33.5 Ifumbln ................ ..... 3 1 Fumhlu ww:-no u 2 Pm-nm ll 5 Yush lub! ................... 917 t 0.1 thrcntcnr-:l on thc- next sernrel. Tho . 1 Eagles, with Ralph Knochlc and Dick Flngcr le-ai-ling thc driven inuiwlwrl flown to the Mount Carrvul 29. Hut hi.-io Mount t.'mun'l hvlwl. i Llnflhloni llnl not pon:-Iratn :my farther tlmn that until thc- lnnnl igecgnds of tht- thlrll llll.ll'tt'l', I l MNN liwlltl-ZS l The Curauurfs s. l---1 intl tourlnlown -'nmc with 1,225 gum- in the first pwriod, This limo it flruva- 69 yzlrmlal' in 11 plays, with 1-'rnnk Pinn, slar junior lmllhni-lr, running lli yurlla Inside his right -n-l IK-i thu scorn, Pinn wa-4 lhf' lr-allfnil Kxrnn-fl gnincr of thi- tiny, pn-lung uw lf-'ir yurfls in 152 lrn fl, n 7.1 avi rag-', X -,l Mt. Carmel l.tndbl-an-1 12 14 1 .. .Ty had been win two city titles in a row. Motfrit Carmel's Tom Cassidy 1159 heads around end for eight-yard gain after faking first-period pass against Lind- blom at Soldier Field Saturday. Frank Pinn sots blocking sights on Lindblonfs Jack Lange lrightl, SUN-TIMES Photo' M Mount Carmel wa-s' orivtlie again hi the secmil period. Caravan had two lhuchdciwns ursc. mn.-... rim Q-.mfr 13 Li I9 In ll I9 0 sn--ny rsnfya. mn from T. f'a.4llflYl ...-.......... Zilnxki lnlatfllliltl Pirlll IIB-yd. ftxltl-.-N.-... Zalizkl wiser-kick low, sm,-a Q-mei z 0 0 0 0 Wum 14-yd. nml......... 0 T. cnuldy wus lncomplclel Tlllnl Qilltff No :curing . Ynllrlll Qllrkl I , ,,..i.agE 5:52, it W3 lflnnvr 1114. nnmm..........1:os three, then lost four on an end lt. Cnsslw arms: lnromvlelel ,. . 3 ,ds t hack because of penalties, 'nmnwas able: to boost its lead to ,557 The third touchdown was seth ,135 when Knogolc was hit 'umbled Aon his 18. ,.5,Il"orry Ward recovered and plays latex' the Caravan mm six points. This time Finn hit the middle -Q Cnsmdy pitched 1 yai 0 Llndblom INCGMPLVETE PASS Again Mount Carmel was offside tho coxiversfon attgmpt. Caaaidy to pass for the extra point but fraov f -on-f.,,, .mo 6 ,, r rl.. ,wmi K n.. -f ' we -,. ,of S wswff'aw'2?if.xso ,gun " R35 , ",,tT,. ,-rwjfsk. 'ye,f1,Qri,4"4f X'-, Q.f'5v+fi'f:""'t5'.' 3-'-- ..,...w WM , ff M-if.w.,... , Crossing Lindblom goal line is Pinn fl.6l, stellar Mount Carmel ground gainer who paced his team to second straight Prep Bowl triu mph. Coming up fast is Don Molitor 4971, PARDON ME! ABOVE: Mount Car'mel's Bob Rose farrowl intercepts Lind- blom pass in second period of city championship prop battle as Caravan romps to 19-6 victory, its second straight Prep Bow! and on theiit .. incomplete in the end zone. play Walsh split the middle for' Lindblom then staged its most Score. -concentrated drive' of the long, gumvl meryafternoon. After Wglsh ,punt-1 ea! to the Lindblom 33, the Flagglesi may-:lied 67 yards for their only touchdown. f This drive started midway in period, After losrzxgiltive dai a penalty, fullback Finger, playing?- with st mask to fvrotect his injured? iarc, ron 35 yards through the img.: div to the Caravan 38. T' Bob Cassidy pans-rd to Ken Berg' for Aix and Finger, in two line" ssnashcsx, gave Linuhlom xx first down on the 28. Cassidy- on a X snfealrjz mznlo another first down on th.: 1? and Roy Young picked up two more l -yards at this defensive left tackle, KNOEBLE REACUES 11 Knoeble, on the first play of the fourth quarter. swept to the 11. A tponalty set Limlblom hack to the E36 and than Cassidy passed to end qJnck Koehler on tho one. ,Finger- iplungod for tho touchdown. Cos- aidys pass for the point failed. ' Lindhlom threatened twice more in the next five minutes, but both? times Mount Carmel hold. First' the Eagles marched to the Caravan i This sr-1-.mil I4-llflnlnwn 'lei i xvzisl Lindblom typicalol'MountVzirnn-12:vt-lmrll-ss' nttnrk, Gary lil-'mr-r.:1ii:i. Tlgflll half-i hack, pn-lu-rl up six yan-:ln ln twol tries mul rx Timm Cassidy to Tom I 5 Walsh puns ezuvi- Mount Carmel Il! i bf, 1 first down on its -iii. l Aftcr a l!'i4y.n-l li-il-ling penn l Slhdvcd Mount Calm:-l hfivk to Plnn hut thf- mill-llc for ylrdn and th-'n wi-nt infciilo his right l end for 14 more. Anothvr Cassidy litvnlsh pass gnvc Mount Carmel a first down on Llmlblorira 40. V- QUICK OPENER i 30. 1 Plnii shot through thc mlddh- on a' Equlclzopgner 24 yards to the 16 and ,literal incomplete Caqsldy pus, he went the dlatmco on the next Q1-ly. 'A , ' hoforc yielding on downs. 'Pho time they progressed to th-1 16- It was the sixth win against lt! for the tlniliolic Leagug in Pre Bon-l series. Two games - p . . xo....i.,,l LL THE WAY i fiitbixuki C101 Qffvtwdtn ,mrs win il G Rl , ,l,......"2'.... i'2i1?,'1" It? P a er Tlleilll l Bedlam After Car ei if Y 1 Eu ,Edin C, ?'lo'F'lman - inf-5-3-Us. iii-e 1:-v 3.-IL s -- 'yu-iz, 8. .I wmmi if 1:1 re fm- -Y-Jitwzf Y -Ui: , iitwwwg EW-ni -ai ei .ze if-ii ym K-is-i.1.-tmil , , 1 r ' Zfw xi--azfii 11' Yi--1?i.u:x. H-1' -- ii- W' uw! :-ircrixi Mui 1-4 ' i "' .-1 -'i I- 'N --'Y 5 K?-1 :emi A-3:1-5 wwe LJ! 1. X 1 .iz v-1 iv- 1r'iff:W:vzrJv.ii 5 ?' ' V , ,-15-5 'i.i"2f,! H .aw 5. im xx--iz'-J iw H1-13 xnxx- ' l'll'lflI flliil VTPHE --1' 116 5-nz SW- :-Q -.ff'?.1if:' - I 'I 'Haw if-wr wg--'fini i .why --1 gifafxi-rag: U-- i -wiiwmfi viz gulf! ' 1 w 1-5 ki' isvlif -. " i -1 .Dru-wt 4'2vw"?lx- 1 "ii.:3XS,z1xkf-if ' - - -.f-ww-5, fqisiifxi .i- 4 x' 'ui iff' ' l X' ii s-Q rivsrrerhiffai imfi Nw iz :M im-in :md Qui-:iff-wary - - -.- -Affqmrmmg, Ahnmd FHrstihere was +Qvnve as the Caravan prayed ... ihen ihe iwnvwsawwwcondvd nn--zh-fn5Hnwee-4 ikw M-.,, i f 5 :ill -iuiis-if hm,-4? :wilm- ..M,5 4 ,Y 3-mkwd ,,m.h' Www, in H 1-:if-I:14Irva.zii,If was ZX'ifH1r:Q Viv- In 'fly'-JR fri' l"Hvi4 Sliifaiviwki, 'ui ','- m:rmQw- li- xii X' "sf fa:-t qw'-tw fiw 3 NU L' 1,,,- - x M, QM V ixxfls s'ici'!rxTy, Nriflvrxg. iii ff-f' Vv'si2:-fx Fitarik l'-'mrxi 'I'i'1'ry Xfziz-.3 .iff-5 H' i,ifs-fiuwfai bmi H'-ul fi 'i 'I 1 V- ix - fi , , 'Ili--1, -3.ii,r'ii 4-ruzlly' ffl Hifi 359114 lwmwm' 'A'i"'f5 U45l"5"lmi my ?1"m"Y' Jsmfzry Z:'sje-fkif' iwvggzii sway' ---+ 5 gr vwrlif :if - 1 -, ',,.g, 4 , 15-1 w-f1 wffazi as llw debut' mvung Widv lumil' , LAY!! lJNlElliXI'liffR -5' L' if 5'-' Jw-1 I.4f,.f!-A -fi' - wr' , ' 'wig' !-Y '- My-fu :am-E fi hc-me of mivhrzzrita' vlhvll SWLW z"'1W""' PM fmlli' 'HUF I I A Q f-4-inn 13,--iiigii gi, new x . P',',.,. ' - ,w ,, 5 i 'xi ,. X Y mug--1 up-izi Ihr femme" 'l'm'- rimzrig 'W-Hrw'-1-11'ef1:iii-5-my X'0ii'e :mimi luv L i'ESp:::-szaliy kZi13ffr13U," 54P"k'f U' kai.-,i kiwi ii ayv' sz flwvi-wl lf- 'Mix ff.-H X' -,xii --i-1-I iw -un 1 i 1-,.-.. ,-,.,.-.,,,y,1mD fix:-.lingmishvd fr-vm mmf-ther, it www mm wmzh whims' Mwxzicmvekz, 'WH' -, I, L, V! M V M Vwkw 1 g V2 g Y ,I L W x K A V .K A mmfli 'I'vr'i'y litwmrm, sun' Imifbzifla 'lfL54C7!'V6B A wcvrid :if pmif--3 fm the W" l NL 'L' ""' M 'X' ' "M " t """ I "" lui "'1 'H'-' 'TUV 'chu 'XRD ni Nuff: lxiinw mzifr' 2 11-w I-fx-iw -ml?" im- lsac-km! up me imv, Nciim-:ir l-:!'lM'l" Wfff'1'f WH' mf' UW' H TM' "H -'--'I' V "Ii 'l'hi.-1 um the lion- W-wi of prep nys: who wpnks- wily xvmwifz of prziiw Zvi y--:wr him when he mul za fm: 'imui wzm 4.12551 fi yn?-i N- ,,i. 'I--vii K'-:QE f,,,,,q,,,gg l 1 A lyyv, yymm sl.,-N8 of fm what he ca21eda"Lcrrific Em:-wig -Alasiriwa' Hui it was: :4E1.P-awk: Wim mrmii KIH 4, 11. -4 c'.,.i. M In ri, vitx high fa-Qhm,-i -' -"- lnywtiimxl. ,Ui lJ05'l5f' . "'I'fw3,' xx:-ire wgimii-ri'piif Eesvygvmiz WN' NWS l"YfYU'1' 52-5 XIV' il1"""'l U U5 "'i'3Hf.' , -.V 1-. 1. -- -, -4- l'hi-: wma Un' r-'wniwi fm' zi fugmmn 'Wiley were gwai." 1-xiiborziiefi the :raid regain. "I I-are-iw iw ii if 2 , -'1 iwrinv tim-1 ,ue-5 M- fl.-1 Lev -ti-L-i-if 3'-np. 1:-1 .s '-M-'vw v,' iw :.- ul immw- .ind lunlils. ii'-:xilm'rir's ami 235-n::az--md x:1"i1lv!', 'flwv chi when Hlitbanwlfe sY4'Lf'XfWnNl ll'C'l'Z Vs.. f 'UH 'H V-4 :WY 'ff 'A'-'VY1 if YW- wx:-ni 1.-.--M iii-vw Mi.-1 . - 1- r tsgwkmi-giL4.1i5 wyyk g.n-11!.- zwaiiziri- vw-iyfif 'xy Hs-5 i-Li-3 ri- Zhi Em-i UTI UW lt?-yzixwi Eviff xvifh :-i - Now :iw-in Un- 11111 wiim' Miiw iiiiimclr CU ODVWHD VNGS W S3 VONHS 'i 3330 HQHN l 'Z H6 Carmel Fans I Celebrate Prep Bowl riumph ik. Q Gary Riemersnia and Tommy Walsh, Caravan grid stars, celebrate city championship L at Victory Dance in Mount Carmel gym, - Enthusiasm reigns supreme during Victory Dance intefl Dancers step to the refrains of a, happy tune as presented by the popular Joliigfllifir miggign. lowe and his orchestra. ' IS XC IK R1 NV: l.el't to Riight: lloaeh Gorman, Couch Billllzieoliy, M. Iles I'arte,.l. Slziwkowski, A. Daly, R. Kryneeki, 'l'. Iiox, R. Uihhons, N, O'SI1r':i,Al, Allen, S. Roek, M, XVZIISII, I". l'z1olieehi, 'l'. Lowery, 'l'. Kelly flvlgizl. N1IlJlJI,IC Rf JNVQI. Ilzimmer, li. l.2lI'SOll, II. lN1atz.G. Mzireinizik, U. lVIeCarthy,-I. Pzillot, B. Iflzivin, l.. Krueger, R. Gruclzinski, .X. fuiker. 1 I erlv, V. lien ive fs Nltfltl. I IM ugh I t Ilgll I RONI RUXV: S. l'enez1-k. Ii. liertlelle, B. l,olnlJz1rcli, Bzisile, R. Clronowski, O'I'Ianley, I7. De Mzireo, CY. Perlinski. I.. Dourlet. R. allure, A. l.zihoeIs, M. W'zxlsh. NIH' l'ICI'l'l7Rl'1lJ: H. Trunk, 'II cliilil IVV. MR. NN'll.I,l.XM tlililfll Wi ixc rc oliglzfwei Inf joofgaf A I3-8 vietory over Angel Guardian enabled the junior varsity to terininate their lengthy slate with 21 laudzihle reeord of four vietories and three defeats. This reeord was due in no sinztll measure to the mentoring of head eoaeh. Bill ilzieoby. In addition to the Angel Gtiardian vietory, the team rolled over St. Rita. De La Salle, and Nlendel, in inipressive showings. "Lz1ek of praetieef' eoininented lXIr. IIFICOIEY, "was greatly evideneed in the C.V.S., I-Iirseh, and Leo defeats." VIICZIIIINVOVIQ was the outstzinding liztetor among the Lights, and it is quite evident that the ICZIIH will produee many out- standing lizieks and lineinen lor the '52 varsity. Outstanding ineinhers of the front wall were Mzitz. Lowery. De lNIzireo. Slztwinski. Gibbons, Slztwkowski. Kryneeki, Allen. lVIeCZz1rthy, Fox. and Paolieelii. Baeks who ran the opposition wild were Flzivin, Basile. Zuiker, Penezek, Blar- einizik. and Des Parte. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Durkin, P. Scanlan, D. Orseske, J. Uelk, E. Meschievitz. MIDDLE ROW: R. Baksic, E. O'Malley, R. Delaneyhl. McCarthy,-I. Stepanek, R. Butler. FRONT ROW: D. Deneen, C. Haffner, KI. McDonough, Alexander, R. Edgeworth. NOT PICTURED: G. Riemersma, C. DeGrange. eau weigkf Z?a:5LefLa! 7 .gncbuwluaf Scoring 005011 6 IQCOI' Field Frm' Carmel ...., . . .58 St. Patrick . , . . Goalx FG FG Throws FT FT Tala! Carmel ..... . , .36 St. George . . . .Vanze Tried Aladr Pct. Tried Made Pcl. Pix. Carmel ,.,.. . . .44 Fenger , . . . . . Carmel ..... . . .57 South Shore . . Carmel... ...37 DePaul g Carmel ..... . . .36 Hirsch . . . . Carmel .,... . . .43 Fenwick . . . . Carmel ..... . . .37 De Paul . . , . Carmel... .,.45 St.Mel D1'GFaHg6 ..,...,. 181 62 .343 76 52 .684 176 QSI, Geo, Tourneyl Riemersma ....... 175 59 .337 70 40 .571 158 :'Carmelr , , , , ,54 St. Ignatius , , U1-lk ....... .. . 174 56 .322 70 33 .471 145 1"CarmCl, , , A , 443 St, Philip , , , , Orseske .... . . . 114 44 .386 43 20 .465 108 xCarmel ,,.,. A , ,43 St, Elizabeth . Haffner ..,.. ,, . 133 39 .293 40 26 .650 104 'Carmel .,,,, , , ,44 Leo , , . , , , , A McDonough . . . . 26 8 .308 8 3 .375 19 'Carmel 4l,.. , , .42 St, Rita . . . . . . Meschievitz . 20 5 .250 10 0 .000 10 'Carmel .,,,, , , ,60 Dc La Salle , , Edgeworth, . , . 3 1 .333 2 1 .500 3 'Carmel ,,,4, , A ,50 St, Ignatius , , McCarthy , . . 2 1 .500 1 1 1.000 3 "Carmel ...,. . . .53 St. Philip , . . . Delaney . . . . 2 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 3'Carrncl. .... . , .68 St. Elizabeth , Scanlan .... . 1 0 .000 0 0 ,000 0 Carmel ..... .... 6 8 Calumet ...... Bomba . . . 2 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 a'Carmcl ...,. .... 5 1 Leo ....,. . . Denven . . . . 0 0 .000 1 0 .000 0 +Carmcl ...,...... 65 St. Rita . . . . . . Butler ..,.. , 1 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 'Carmel ,..,.,.... 54 De La Salle . . Alexander . . . 1 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 'kCarmel ,..... .... 5 6 St. Rita .... , . QSouth Section Playoff Camcl 3"Carmel .......,.. 44 Fenwick ..,.. f2ppW-m.1- 873 263 .301 231 121 .519 647 Ccathohc Llagu' Playoff Gdmil Carmel .,.. . . . 825 275 .333 320 177 .553 727 5'Denotes League Game. 1.1-111' IQIVIIIVI T, X',1,1 l 1' 5 n 4 I1 4- 5 l y1':11' x'1'l1'1'.111 111 1l11'111g1's11111't ll lXI111111I l.:11'1111'l. lhw h1'1ll1- 1111, llilll-llilllllllllil 11111151111 w11a11'k1-1l tl11- C 11111111111 111 Illillly v11't111'11's 4llIl'lIlL1 II11-sf-:1s1111: il Slllil .X tl11'1-1-- 'U'-"'l"""'N -Xll'4 --'lllf'lN SV- 1l,l-,I1 l I: lill'lIlt'I'SIl12l 1l1'i1'1's past 11pp11111'111s 'l'11lly 211111 lCsp11sit11l'111'1'z1S1' lz1v1111 111 Philip lil'2lY. 111 s s 1 , s l s l1'1'l11 . lRliill'l'l: fit'l'I4f', ilifillll 1l1'ix'i11Q, 1'1lg1'.' in l'111' 31111111 shot il1l2llIlSI ll' il z111'l 113 l'1' li l1111k: 1111, l'lll'1-SICASON RIQYIICXY. St. lg11z1ti11s. Cl2ll'lllt'l i11z111g111'z1t1'd its 'l'h1' CIz11'z1x'z111 H1'z1x'i1's w1'1'1' plztgucd Lvagtic slutc against St. Ig11z1ti11s witl1 21 with I'2llllt'l' CllSlIl21l 1'1's11lts against tl11'i1' 1'xl1ihiti1111 11pp11111-nts prim' to th1- I,1'z1g'111' 11p11111'1'. 'l'h1' 1'1'z1s1111 lor this pI'C-SCZISUII l'z1il111'1' was tw11-l'11ld. l,l'lIll2lI'ily, tht' Sqllilfl was 11p1'1'z1ti11g' wi1l11111t thc' p1'1's1'11c'c1 of D1- Cirzuigt' z111d U1's1'sk11, hoth 11111 with i11- Ri1'1111'1's111z1. th11 plz1y1'1's w1'1'1' g1'111'11 and i111'xp1-1'i1'111'1'cl. Nl'X'txI'flll'lt'SS, South Short' 2l.lKl I"1'11g1'1' 11li thc- City l,1'z1g111' w01'1' d11w111'd, z111d i11 thc St. G11111'g11 cllll'lSl.IIl21S t11111'11z11111'11t 2111 11x1'1'pti1111z1l St, lN"lt'l quin- t1't vdgvd thc' l.K'2llIl hy 21 1111'1'1' s1'v1'11 points. llIl'lt'S, Zlllfl St'K'UIlClly, with thc' 1'x1'11pti1111 of 54-43 vic't111'y. 'I'l11' Cl2ll'2lV21Il stz11't1'd last. s11CCc'ssl11lly st1'1111111'd 1'z11'l1 lgllilllilll rally. and slowly lX'Q2lll to pull away. D1- cildklllgl' and H2lll-l1l'I' pz11'11d thc' NN'lIllIt'l'S3 attack with 17 and 12 points 1'cspcc'tix'11ly. St. Philip. 'l'h1' C1z11'z1x'z111 l1z1sk1't1'1'1's dt'- fvzitvd St. Philip 111'xt. 43-37. 'l'h1' Wlcst Sidcrs, pz1c'Cd hy .Xll-Cz1th11lic1 l'111'wz11'd Clklllilllilll, lcd at th1' 1'11d 111' thc lirst p1'1'i11Cl. 12-9, hut thc Cz1r1111'lit1's, z1id1'd hy thc stcady sc'111'i11g of Uclk and Ri1'1111'1's111z1. pullcd z1h1'z1d i11 thc s1'c'1111d C1llill'l4'l' and h1'ld 21 11z11'1'11w 111z11'gi11 tl11'1111g'l11111t, , , . 1l.l'il'i'l'1: .X111i1ls1 il t1'i11 ull l.i1111s, lit'lli 111s111z1g1's 111 push 111 i111p111't21111 llllllll sl111l i11 l,1'111'1111t1's1. I111- l 1-lk ll11' 1111lv 1'1'11I1'1' 111 IIVHVI. A R- ul H Nc, V bl kl ,V i ll, E H-I. ' ,fix - . I. lllkw mum Rim ll ti 1 1. 11.1 1111111 Alylll 1111 5011115-IU! 1111 511111 11 ,11111 111.111s. l1IX't' x1-11 Q 1 .V 1 . 1 1 t1111Ql1 ti1111' wus lllIS t1-w ll1l1i111'. 'l'l11' 111'1111'1'sS 11lA Ullflfl lm-" l111ll1 llllfll'l' II11' l111:11'ds and us 11 Q1111111 X1'2lSiIIllilLlllg. tl I I I I I xpeetinu' the ball to roll oil' the boards, Orseske is in the air for a possible tip-in. sistenl 5 I lioarcls :luring mo Dan flrseslte Playing his ser' onll Vl'2lI' ol x"u'silX' lull H115 anolliei' Im-5 -Imiior, who lielperl fuinel eoluiol the sl ol' lln' season. .X steaaly zmcl von- C II I I Xlthougli an Iunatian appears to have upper hand. Orseskc-'s long reach enables him to eontrol the rehouncl, St. Elizabeth. A eliinaetie overtiine basket by De Grange enabled Carmel to eontinue its winning ways. 'I'he seore eanie after the Caravan and St. Elizabeth had battled to a 41-41 tie in the regulation game. The Ironmen led at the half. 26-16. but Carmel fought baek until it attained a 41-39 edge. Then. St. Elizabeth seored. Leo. C1armel's eagers were finally toppled lroin the ranks of the undefeated by an aggressive Leo quintet. 'I'he seore was 56- 44. 'l'he Lions. eontrolling the boards, grabbed an early lead and by the third quarter had amassed 41 points to CIZIFIHCIIS 31. IYrenn and Halling, with 11 points eaeh, paeed Leo. but high-point man was the Carax'an's De Grange with 17 tallies. St. Rita. A bounee pass into big -Iaksy. lNlustang pivotinan, in the waning mo- inents of this fraeas spelled dooin. for the elongated Center didn't. as expeeted. shoot. Instead he flipped the sphere over his shoulder to his teani-mate Wlliite who niinbly laid the ball up to give his team a 44-42 triinph. De La Salle. A 34-point first hall' eoin- pared to a meager 10 for the visitors enabled the Carmel quintet to eoast to a 60-34 vietory over De La Salle's lNleteors. Hailner was a brilliant seorer. work. lJl'l'lUI'llI4'I' XVII? Ill II l I I'l: Ile Clraime adds anotlier two points on tip-in in Ile lla Salle runaway. flliuek Ile ilrziiiqe Imacling C II'I'J: Siirrouncletl by four lronmen, De Grange leaps to dunk a deuee in Illizabeth game. Cfaravan scorer :mtl a po ti-ntial Ilureat in r'x'ery umm was 6-2 .XII-Cfalholie llorwarcl Not to be ox-ei-Iooketl was this Seniofs exeellent relioumlinq fi M" TNAF' in l 2 ww km .i VS XX I ix 13 mf 8 4 I I x f f L 'i .MM 0 I ,J X , R ' 'il' X' I f 'YQ we .., fu, f 'ky we H J Fgixglg Ykkk f liigfxggg- Mm-,,,fw , -. ' p X M 'X-if .esta 1 X- NK - . i wt , wisgwyxd qkff, V X . e,,0,Qsf4' ' SES' . ..:,.:,.5: ' A ' ,I NM Q 3 ' - I 1 .. , af C '1 4, W sf O o . Q v 7 ag I Q7 H X A f l 2 3' 'uni ,na if we 27 L - mmf .T ,ffm . , . ,Ax SS ii ug W If Y'.I5W:L7i5f Q' . L.A. vm. Mg, ,gym ww T 3 ix ni Ji 3,5 2 ww if f f 1 ' 9f? ff 5S I L f v A ff R391 if , XM ' f ,' ., , A 1 Q 11112W4" BACK: Mr. Durkin, B. 'I'I'llIlk, 1.1'1', R. Hanlvy, 1VIl'.-I21CO1Jy. Ml1JlJI.1C: K1-nm-dy, B. B1'I'i1l'11l', T. Walsh, Bro. john. l"RON'I': G. BK'l'lt1V1'I1g2i, Gross, R. N1'yl1m, McC1a1't11y. NOT 1'IC'l'UR1'1D: G. VV1'1JlJ1'1', 'I'. Glos, T. Hayvs, 177. Riurdan. o!1gAfweigAf gaffefgaf 7 .yl'l6AUl6LlClK .S7C0I'll'lg eaaon J QCOI' I"11'lrl l"11'1' C.ar1n1'l 63 St.P21t1'i1'k . 0111111 lfll IV!! 'I lIIIlIl'i l"'l I' I 'lnml c1?ll'lIll'1 ,,,, , . . 52 St, G1-111'g1' . . .3-Illlll' vlllflf .Hrulw l'1'l. 'lrfrrl .Uurlw l'1'l. l'l.1'. Ca1'ln1'1 ..., .,., 5 2 FK'I'lgK'I' . , . f'2ll'Ill1'1 49 South s1l0l'l' . C1?il'I11K'1 53 171' 172lll1 . . . c12iI'II1i'1 45 Hirsrh , . , f12iI'IHl'1 27 1"1'nwic'k .. l1a1'm1'l 29 171' P21111 . . , W'1'lJ111'r , 172 53 308 67 38 552 144 f12'll'IIl4'1 ..,, . . . 38 l"l'I1XV1C'k . . . , li1Ul'I1illl '16 32 333 48 I5 313 79 clrvnwick 'l'0m.m.v1 HHYW 571 35 352 39 25 641 75 c1?lI'II'lQ'1 22 176131111 . 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'12 J 72 38 40 44 56 38 40 77 25 42 33 53 36 73 43 57 46 67 511 45 81 54 70 liob Neylon k"ll7l'llIl ol the ponies. llob. a great re- bountler anal exeellent Iloor inan, was haniperecl soine- what by a pre-season appen- .. 1 tleetomy. l,ast year markecl A V Y lm rlmfd 14-rm fm Un- ymfgity, tl,l',I" l'J : 'lim lNleCartl1y jumps to snare rebound oll' the outstretehecl hands ol' Mike W'arcl, De lia Sallt pixo lRIGH'l'l: Bob Neylon dunks two in that fainiliarjump shot ol' his. Five yietories and two defeats and a win and a loss in the Fenwiek tourney was the pre-season reeord amassed by Carinel's lights. This aeeount isn't bad: in faet. it's good eonsidering the inexperienee of all on the squad exeept Wlebber and Neylon. St. Ignatius. Opening the season. the Caravan drubbed the lgnatians, 42-33, in a game that saw both teains seore but two points in the initial period. Wlebber led the eyening's seorers with 15 points. St. Philip. The Gaels. led by -john Q'- CTonnor's 18 points, stayed ahead through- out the fffuiie and won. 53-43. Again Dc topping Carinel was reliable Wlebber with 15 points. St. Elizabeth. Closer than the seore incli- eates was a thriller in whieh the Brown and lVhite subdued St. Elizabetlrs lron- nien, 44-36. Neylon and Riordan both played exeeptionally. Leo. A great Lion teain elawed Cl2lI'Illt'llS eagers to defeat. 73-45, but were unable to halt Riordan who netted 5 buekets and a pair of Annie Oakleys. St. Rita. This fraeas saw a peppery Ritan quintet doininate a eontest whose only bright aspeeta Carmel-wise was XYeb- ber's 15 points. ll,l1l"'l'l: 'l'ominy Hayes is in the air to seore a basket in the St. Philip game. KRII ll l'l'l: XV:-bber grabbing rebound as four De l,a Salle lNIeteors look on. UVM' ry,i,i,l.,. Quiet lm I + player oli last ye u s po quintet, this serapl y iltt Quartl lt-tl the stluatl In sc Ull and was ehoseii .Xll K it io it l' V X Q I f I xl I l, l N l -L. 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MUN: nr: R '11 I 1 m,1 J ll. l'1sl11'r, Nl. fl f.un1l nr, ll, XlIlIllll'l'l'Ill', li. llulllmw. 2... - -'wg 'Sw f- d 1.-ll'lll4'l rllxvl' Ilzxslnw lam- lurm Ill lIll't'l, wimming earn 8 wins amd 2 lossvs in dual IIICVIS was ilu' cxccllcm 1'c'Corcl vstzllmlisllvd by cl2ll'lllQ'llS l2lHliL'l'S last svzlson. Spurkccl by Bob Curvy, who voppvd thc' IOO and 50 yard frvvstylc cwcllts. Rely Kelly, and clivm' Tony -janv. thc Svuim' squad plzlvcd third in thc Czltlmoliv lmugllc' 1111-cl. rl-lllC.llllllOI'S, uouilmln-m1mng wlmom wclx' Q'Couno1', Hart, Cizlrrol, amd Burml. 50- yzlrd Catllolic' ln'cust-st1'okc- clmmp, also gzlinvd third plum' lzlurcls in thc' Cizlllmlic' ' l1lCl'l. lwll: Krurr-5' Innixlnw lizxl with A ll"IIll!ll'lll'l'llN!'lTl'lllllKl1 Right: SXYllI1llll'I'S Izikm' ull' in tlllill llll'l'l in lfnrlllvl pool. FEET .SN A l.lil"T..CVARSITYD: Front Row, Left to Right: Flood,-J, Piech, P. Frainey Ceo-captainlwl. Pickle. lN1IDDl,l'l RUWT Stawiek, D. Larson, B. Nioore. BACK ROVV: Coach Fattore, G. Dore, D. Budrich,J. lVIclN'1ahon Ceo-captainl, R. Bouse, C. Inglimo. Ni JT PICTURIQIJ: Wall, H. Sullivan, IW. Hynes, RIGHT tj UNIOR VARSITYJZ Front Row, Left to Rightttj. O'Hanley, B. Bereer, L. Kleine, T. Tunney, B. Scurio INTIDDLIC ROW: B. Kilboyul.-johnson. B. Fattore, B. Petra. .-X. Cotey, L. Martin. BXCK RONV: Coach Fattore, H. lN'1atz,J. Roeb. G. Prekwashl. Mal1er,J. Shea, F. Knoll fmgixfl. NOT PIC'l'URlilJ: P, Pearson, Reagan. Fefifgflg QCUTL Sporting a record of 4 wins and 3 losses and taking 2 titles in the novice division of the A.A.U. meet, Coach Fattore's super- charged grapplers could once more boast of a successful season. Kelly. C.V.S.. Hirsch, and Bowen fell before the Caravan, but powerful Tilden Tech and Calumet decisioned the squad. Some mat men of note were undefeated captain, John NICM3hOI1, in the 165-lb. class. and Bob Inglimo, 145-lb. Chicago Park District titleholder. Other outstand- l lllg g1'2lpIJlCI'S VVCIAC Dud BL1dI'lCl'1. Pat A Carmel grapple-r prepa x'cf s to pin his Kelly opponent as i'c' f e'i'1'1' . Tony Bai Frainey. Bob Moore, Don Larson, and Dick Bouse. baro of Tilden, watches closely. I,IiF'I': IXlLIllIl1O. barring the arm of a Kelly opponent, preparatory to a pinning operation: Right: Sullivan, breaking clown his Bowen adversary. 2' RHF! 1 . , .1 1 ,I -I H07 S 1 I I1'a11'kJ I IU iN I lUJXX.l,1-I1111R1gI11:R,IIQ1111-1-k,Ix.R11IIx.l',Rulvwic-1, Nlr. i7'CIu1111u1', KI. Ni1l11m'llr-, II. II11x1's. II. XYIIIW1, l NI 1 IJNIJ lil HX: I.M1-IJ1-1-1111111.li,Rupp, fX1.UiZ111111111-lI1'.,In.l111w11111wsk1.4I,12111111111 M.lJml'111'11-,iZ.lJ11Qg1111. IIIIRIIRKJXX:Il.lif-v1111l1IQ,XN.IJ111-I111111,XN. l:1l1-ml,l..N'l1m11-11,i,.XM-If-I1,.l.Ii11vkI111,-l,NI11-41. . . , I4 XC ,Ii Iii IXY: ll. I'11-1-sl1111v, R. Rnlvwicv.-I. I'.1lI'l'l'II, IJ, KI:1cI1gz111, N. l.x'114'I1, lx. I,l'Il. rl:-xx IIZIITY Ilzlyvs. z111cl IXIIIQL' 0111111111112 I11 1 2 l"0.'fZf' Obtfltfg lflfl w I j I l"ClC ? 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Right: 112111 1ltltIllt1SZlXS'2lY110111 1911 BEIITY LIS 'I'c'1'1'y zmcl 1it1, VN, Dziyici 111111 XY1Ill't'I11 look 1111. Q I ,gnferkccu f .fddzmnz Uri. amzf , XYl1c'11 51011111 ci2lI'll1C1.S aging Privsts A C11-t1'1'111i111'Cl and tzllviitvcl .X111111111 took on thc-ii' 111o1'0 youthiiul Co-wo1'kC1'S. squad sct out to show thc' yOlll1Q't'l' svt how thc' I12tylllt'l1. thvy wcrc' droppcd with 21 to play tht- ggiiut-, By ouliightiiig tht-iii SllC1C1t'l1 hung yizi 21 33-23 sciorct Both squzlfls hztttlvd on c'yc'11 1txI'1l1S hz111-t1111c'. A spurt ut thc- hvg'11111111g' ol tht throtighout thc iirst half. hut whcn thc' thv third C1l12lInlCI' hy thc' Y2lI'S1ly put thc 1il'X't'l't'I1C1 l'z1Cl1'c's hc'0'z111 to turn c'ri111so11 1'1't111'11i110' Cztffcrs 6 oiiitshvhillcl. 2lC1t'11t'1l 37 C1 37 amd whom thvii' gait c'0z1sCCl to hc' Qyvn, tht-y ncyci' OYt'1'C'211I1t'. Xlvssrs. Dl1I'k11l.-l2lC'tJ13y'.UIC. swi1it1yp11llc'C1 -I21C1i Rohan was high St'tJl't'l' lioi' tht il1'lt'2lC1. 'l'hc I,z1y1111'11 hold 21 slim 16-14 .-Xluiimi with 14 points, whilc' Uclk zmcl 111161111 thc'i11tv1'111ission. 1Q1Cll1t'l'SI1'l21 shz11'c'cl thc' honors 1'o1' the 1,z1y111z111 -lzlcohy puiupccl in 14 points. Y2'lI'S11Y with 8 points zipic-cv. . j A . . l,4'il: 1I't'I72lI'lI1Lf lol' 1111cl4'1'l11111t1 :hulk shot, R1t'1111'1'S111z1 It-zips lilfllllflil two Zlillllllli, 1'o11111Q'1' tt'z1111-111z1t4'Q. 1'i2iQ!IIl 211111 5U'Il1lt'IlY. C.t'11t1'1': 171-t.:-ziiigtuiiiqlw11110111411to121111111111111--111111111-11 push shot l1ask1'tuz11't1, Right: litl Rusty '4-1. Hitshyopml-111o11tl1t'c1 lfrlk. EISf7I'St'S1it'l'itJSt'S1Il. they lvd 13-9 at thnx qll2ll'1t'I' and 26-25 at I I I' I' I1-my um! Ifissiiiigvi' Ilan rmilplvtm' ImII1'l wliili- I'II2IIll'I'IY 1241 qix'4'SlIizllsz1il1lIy Iciuk. I I' 'N I I Ri fYI'n'ic'u miiiliwvlm re-Imiiml, grlliiig aiclmirinq LfIiIIN'1'QIil'lJlIl Iii: Mvlvs, INIV. IJIUIIIIIILI zlml tvsliii iii.it1 IXIIIITZIY, Init nut I"i'. Iizirry ul .. , 1. in :align .ns Ir Iiiiul limi. I4 If III I'i.X'im-1-nl Illl'lIN Q-lllll'IIII1lillK'I'l'l'IIIIIIVIIIilll'IIIUIIIVIIIZIS Nlvssw. AlzlL'0Iiy zmcl Ilurkin zuicl SVIIIHIQ Illirgvss, zippvau' iii Iim'ki1i'mll1iI. acu fy UA. eniom owgng eam .Xs llic-rc' was vviclvnl quiu' il CIIII'C'I'l'Il1'K' .Xltliougli pi'zic'tic'c'cI on zm IIlII0I'll12lI in nga- wlivii Iliv I"z1c'i1lly clzislicfl with the basis, bowling c'i1tv1'0cI into thc' Iiiiicliglit S4-niurs, zilso was lIic'i'm' il iicilivvzilmlc' Clif- Izlst ylill' as 21 QCIIUIIIQ' part of CIZIFIIICIQS Iil'I'l'IN'i' in lzilc-nl: Im' thc' yolilhixul Svniurs zillilvlic' zlvlivity. vuiiiplvlvly uulc'Iz1ssc'cI llivii' 4-ldcr pvflzi- INfIc'c'lilig at thc' SIVIIQ-IIIUI' .-Xllvys m'ci'y igugiivs Ivy thc- tum- ui' El 53-33 sc'u1'v. VVc'd1ic'sclz1y ziiilcrnoon. thc' kvglcrs IIOVIIICCI 'IIN' Qillllt' was vlusv lim' llirm' clilzirlcis, 21 C01iip1'tilix'c' Ic'z1g'11c'. Iiul in Ilia' Iliurlli pi-riocl. thi' Svniors, Ihr' final stzindings saw thc Sluggcrs in p in-fl by 'Ibm Quinn, 011154-01-4-fl lhpil- first plzicc. l'oIIowc'd by the Imp Notcilicis. rixails, 22-'J. Uppvr 'I'c'1is. and Bczirs. .Ivrry O'Iiri4-ii, Svniui' pivoliiizni, loppccl Incliviclllzll iiicclzlls wvnt to I'IyIzii1cI. IIN' 2lIill'l'IlOUIl'S IJUIIII-IIl2lIil'I'S with ll H, BQ'21X'Q'I', B, R04-ly, R. K4-lly. gmc! ff' lIl'll'Ii1'I'S. Sullivan. If ifig. ei A - :Q-5 ff' Y- 'Ei .iziiaeksw - "-...QQ iullivziii, I". XYil1lu'rw, Ifrunl Ri BC IXYLINU 'I'l',.XNI. Iiurk Rim I,m'I'l In RILQIIIIXXI. lfI11ii'Ir's. II. Rm-Im I. IIx'I1lmI, R. I'I!'IiQlIS, IF, S1314-lg. I iw IX. NILIVIVX. II. Iic':iw'i', Ili-, NIIIITZIX IiNIunI1'i'zilui'i. II. Ixxxzilicluwski. Yvzilrcli 'If lQriIIin. L 'Pt JV' 'V '1 1 Z' I -- 12 1" Qi 'Q f 5 I' N fl' s s , ,fa 1 We fn E " " 5, , W' . G+ QW C, Q f I fyfwf F-W x I .6 QS. ff.. P V if Ag " f we 1 I, ' E 5 , '3 N ' M! Qff"fW,B2f.. .. ' . 4 x 1 1 I 1 I 4 s I 1 , : Q I I WL -1. hfx NA6x R av. i X, "F QW . A, .M ' , 'E Q A 2 if 1 . ,,.,,, A it ' '44 x S md Q 5 ,Q 21 4 W. 311 3, A Rza X vu ' x 1 1, + if i v M ,-,nf-'fx . If fx 4 , n l ' I ' g-, ,gt I A ..A:' j! Q W , wixx igf 1 1, 'U vue J! 1 51.15 L , 5 4 N L x 3 26? 19 1. , . - 1 142.55 1 ,. r-L 1 f I WC HAVAN 231 C1TYfCH 'MPS 195 f - r 1 P ' ' 1 1 1, '. ' A Q n 'L' ,K s f u r' , W '7' ' 95.5 1 ., v.7'f':'f I ' Te gf' , i ,, - lbw ,K -- , yr Z K , K - .. . Q ,P X N,-f ' x, -ffl . - W5 Q Lnfqp 1 .. I. f K. K at . l K P4 ' :-, , V 1 J' I 'Q 5 f -ss' A if "'3 In QS 21 if, gf? gl , ul' ' I 1 W CH M 1 Zi ,- F1 F4 l if I ' H' ' 4 4 fl If N, f , ,4 .dw ' J xiv, ,.,w:Ai, B I 1 ' C A x J if 4- gm, .J if' 5 1,1 ' f -1- ' , X N ,ix Q!! JQB 1,5 41, i V... ws, ETH ILO- ans' x 0 XX w t. ld 1.1 Mr. Bra-iinzm Lgivvs formula for championship squads. 2.1 "iN'T0st Vah1ahlv" awzircl govs to Skihinski. 3.1 'l'oastrnastm'r once- ililiiillv Qluliiixlurdziu, dc-lights vrowci with om- of his quips. 4.1 Lifv dominatvd hy principlvs makvs the man- is l"zitli4'r .-Xinhrosv s tlivory. 5.1 .Xlhlc'tiC-Srl iolzistic' .Xwurd to Lalvski. 6.1 "Big Ind" has words of przlisc for a hard working hunch ofguys. 7,1 Bro. john with K his usual "ln-sts". 8.1 Mr. Bulqvr hiinds O'Shc'z1 thc' INIOst Impmvvcl liil'l4'lll2i11 Award. 1.1 Riddli' gn-ts vow-lc-cl swvatcr fmin I"r. C1c'rzu'nl. 107 'C- F71 K, eff ,: 4 11 Q, ,s l INK N N i f1H'lI,Yl'l1ll.' Huliclny IJQIIIVC. 4S11mx'tl41lu' ShuHle'J. .S'1'!w.' Cfryslnl Bzzllmmll. SIIUITIZIIICI Ilulvl. Ijflfzl' IJi'C'1'IIllJt'I' 213, 11151. f,ll'!l1'.Sfl!I.' Dick Long. .S7IU11.X'IIl'.X.' AXClllillilS Ml. 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Y f W 1 V x - H ' f f 1 . 5. -I , . i, -HR .V lfl, 1 . 2 I I I, x ,JJ - ,xx X I1 P xx M, L I 1 , , f' k""',.' -K J'J' nfl- L. fi til Barn-lDaiu'ers enjoy "corn-uuisicf' t2l .lim and Alacquelin, King and Clueen nl' llouieeouiiug. HI Carmel I'aus at lickersall Stadium. t4l Olliense rests while clelense carries on. t5l Bob Ruehle chats with Mr. and Mrs. Gawne. f6J Police investigate the ijflllilllllllt' Stall' l.'l 171 Out for the second half! Q81 O'Connor talks track with rival roach. UM Ilatls enjoy movies at Club Meeting. C103 "Gang- uly" Ihr the llomccouiing. 1 CU"lfl'lQ .izinif u arfer Classes Roll Again . . . Faculty Finds Seven Newcomers: Frs. Aidan Butler. Columba Fogarty, Bernadine Kangley. Norman VVerling, Russell Gavin: and Messrs. Crannell and Fattore . . . Blass to Holy Ghost Oflicially Upens School Year . . . Bill Qlacoby Takes Post as Assistant Gym Instructoi '... Fr. Norman lN1ade Assistant Prefect ol' Discipline While the Never Aging Mr. XfVilliams Takes Qver as Discipline Ollicer Caretaker . . . Student Council Reorganized Under Fr. Norman . . . Brother .Iohn Nlade Full Fledged Carmelite by Taking Final vows . . . First Dads' Club Meeting Held . . . Initial Social Held in Gym afllalent Show High- lights Evening . . . Fr. Bernadine Nfade Band lVIoderator . . . Carmel Beats Rita in First League Encounter . . . Stairs are Repaired in School . . . Honor Society Holds First Scholarship Nleeting . . . Annual Freshmen Nlothers' 'llea Held in Gym to Start Another Busy Year for the Nlothers' Club . . . Carmel Loses to Green Bay in Practice 'llilt . . . Freshman Retreat Begins with Fr. Kieran Presiding . . . Senior Stag Nite is Big Success . . . Barn Dance Held in Gym . . . First Issue of Carmel-Lite Comes Forth . . . Carmel Downs De La Salle and St. Philip in Next Two League Encounters . . . lN1ovies Shown at First Father and Son's Night . . . Carmel Gridders Down lronmen . . . Funeral Held at St. Clarafs lor Fr. Leo VValter, Prior Provincial of the Carmelite Order '... Fr. Raphael Kieiler Elected New Prior '... Glee Club Gets into :Xction Under the Direction of Fr. Venard . . . Class Rings Distributed . . . Sophomore Retreat Starts with Fr. lXf1ario Lecturing . . . Carmel Drubs Leo on the Gridiron . . . Carmel Gains Second Straight South Section 'lwitle by Defeating St. Ignatius . . . Reports Issued for First Cluarter. . l econ cl u arfer School Dismissed for Day for Catechetical Conference . . . Homecoming Dance in lN1ichael P. Murphy Room Honors South Section Champs . . . Mr. Gawne Leaves for Active Duty in the Navy . . . First P.T.A. lN1eeting Held . . . Carmel Retains Catholic League Title by Downing Fen- wick 32 to 13 . . . Victory Dance Held in Gym . . . YVrestling Season Gets Under- way with Eleven Returning Lettermen . . . Mr. Fattore appointed New Mat Coach . . . Funeral Held for Mr. Owen Benson, Fr. Gerard's Father . . . School Dismissed for Thanksgiving Holiday . . . First Sunday Social-Forum Held in Gym Under the Direction of Fr. Vincent . . . Cross- Country Team Places High in Sun-Times Nleet . . .Junior Retreat Starts . . . Seniors Addressed by United Nations Representa- tive. Sydney A. Teller . . . Val Lauder interviews Nlembers of Carmel's Publica- tions in Faculty Room . . . Carmel Retains City Championship by Harassing Lind- blom 19 to 6 . . . Victory Dance Follows in Gym . . . Second VVeekly Social-Forum Held in Gym ..., A ssembly Honors City Champs . . . Zakjeski, Skibinski, and Pinn Get Awards on All-City Team . . . Za- jeski also Chosen All-State . . First Friday Blass Held in Gym . . . Seniors Hold Day of Recollection in Memorial Chapel . . . Football Banquet Held at Yogel's with -johnny .jordan Acting as Toastmaster . . . Social Held in Gym After Cage Practice Game . . . Christmas Party Held in School Gym . . . Dismissed for Christmas Vacation . . . Carmel Cagers Eliminated Early in Holiday Tournaments . . . Carmel-Aquinas Holiday Dance Held at Shoreland Hotel . . . Gym Repaintedg New Lights Installed . . . Raffle Held for New P..-X. System . . . University of Chi- cago Exams Given to Upperclassmen . . . Heavies Wlin First Three League Games . . . Lights W'in Two ol' First Three . . . Exams Start and First Semester Marks lssued. Cgll Iovino thrills Christmas party crowd. f2l His Honor starts 1951 Prep Bowl C4 and 5l Fattore's crew entertain at city championship pep rally. CCH Val Lauder interviews M. Curie. t7l Athletic director accepts one oli our trophies Here are more of same. f9J Winter scene on Dante Ave. tlfll Conliclent Caravan trots onto Soldier Field for more action in Prep Bowl. UH 111 Caravan eager pots for two. 121 Coach Mills gives last iuinute pointers to x feralfl. 131 'lliree Soplis put "Sti'ent" in their nuiseles. 141 Coach Durkin slructs all a time-oiit. 151 Seniors line up for 4-l" excuse. 1111 lfr. .Niubrose pens col his lircoueiit rccoiiiiiieiiclalioiis, 1Tl Schwartz poses for Rogues' Gallerv. 1H1.Iiiii Iincls hiiusell' iii a pit-kle. 1'll l're-soeial broom lirigaclc. 11111 Hello-girl lliilier iimkcs out at switcliboarsl. lille CLI"l'l'l Q S Aim uarfer 'lielephone lixhibit Held in Gytn . . . Annual Mothers' Club 'l'heater Party Held at lower 'l'heatei '... Mr. lNlatthew Sinith, Carniel Grad. Newest Addition to Filiillly '... l"r. Gerard lakes lVell Earned Rest in 'l'ucson . . . Carinel XVins Catholic Debate 'liitlc -... Heayies Con- tinue Wlin Streak with 'l'wo hlore Yie- tories . . . Social Held in Gyin . . . Fr. Rene Appointed Director ol' Carinelite lkiission Band . . . Fr. Russell Takes Posi- tion as Registrai '... lXlr. Siuith Becomes Father of Baby Girl . . . Bowling League lforincd with Fr. lN1urray Acting as hlode- ratoi '... Nlatinen Defeat Kelly in Dual Meet Held in Gyin . . . Varsity Beats Alunini 61 to 54 in Cage 'l'ilt . . . Karaganis Places 'lihird in Speech Contest . . . Band Starts Tour of Girls' Schools 'l'hroug'hout the City '... Layinen Wiii lnterfaculty Gaine 33 to 23 . . . Heayies show Greater Forin as Season Progresses . . . Cagers Sweep 'l'win Bill front Caluinet in Practice Gaint '... Debaters Finish 'lihird in lN1idwest De- bate 'liournainent Held in Nlilwaukec '... Brother Stephen Returns to Ci2lI'Illl'lqS Discipline Oflicc '... Mr. Butler. Fr. Aidan's Dad. Dies . . . City-XVide Student Council Conference Held in School . . . VVrestlers NtVind up Season with a 4 and 3 Record, lN'IcMahon Remaining' Unde- feated . . . loin Cassidy Elected President ol' the Senior Class . . . l"reslnnan Bob Clair Dies . . . Cl2lI'll1C'liS Heayies Lose to Leo but Qyercoine Rita in Second Round Gaines . . . Chance Bookslssucd . . . lNIoyies Shown in Gyin by Bowinan Dairy '... St. l'at's Day Social Held in Gyni ...' l3.B. X-Rays Giyen to All Students at Sehool . . . Carinel Loses to Fenwick in Catholic Playoll' . . . Carinel Hiins City Catholic Debate Chainpionship . . . Students Make Recording for Bishop Shiel's Program . . . College Day Held for Seniors at School . . Report Cards Issued. emoird OHPIA lltlffel' Pete Kearns. Sophomore. Dies . . . Seniors Beat Lay Faculty in Cage Contest 53 to 33 . . . Senior Retreat Begins. Fr. Wilfred Conducting . . . School Dismissed for Faster Vacation . . . General lN1otors lixhibit Held in Gym . . . Mermen Finish Successliul Season with 9 and 2 Record. Place 'Ilhird in Both Divisions . . . New 'l'wo-W'ay P..-WX. System Put into Operation . . . Lou Schwartz Wlins lN4idwest Oratory Crown, Places Second in National Finals . . . Carnival Held at School. Chrysler Ratllled . . . Carmel Students Give Panel Discussion on Station YVFJL on "Christian Observance of Sunday" . . . New Parking Lot Opened . . . Spring Sports Banquet Held in St. Cyril's Hall . . . lNlay Day Rally Held at St. Clara's Church . .. lN1ission Collection Given to Carmelile lN1issions and Propagation of the Faith . . ,junior Prom Held in Gym . . . Last Senior Dance Held in Gym . . Fresh-Soph Hop Held in Gym . . . lNlother's Day lXIass Held in Gym: Fr. Norman Gives Sermon . . . Band, Celeb- rating Silver -jubilee. Gives Annual Con- cert at Calumet High . . . Fr. Columba Laid up with the Nleasles . . . Old Timers Beat Varsity 40 to 6 on Jackson Park Field Senior Exams Begin ..., -X lumni Holds Annual Banquet in Gymg Seniors Honored as Guests . . . Day of Recollection Held for Seniors in lylemorial Chapel . . . Senior Prom Held at Saddle and Cycle Club . . . Seniors Attend Baccalaureate lN'Iass at St. Clara's with Breakfast Served in Gym . . . CTommencement Exercises Held in St. CTlara's Church . . . Schwartz and Kara- ganis Receive Serra Scholarships . . . Fr. Yenard Gives Vocal Concert . . . Exams Start for Underclassmen . . . Reports Issued: and Summer Vacation Begins. tl? llager book-seekers confront Fr. Gervase. t2l Michael Patrick clcmfinstra pitching' skill. C33 lN1others enjoy breakfast at hlothers' Day Observance. 14? Mass scene on same occasion , 153 Vfith Spring. lerlizzi turns to new telcpht number. lol .Xetion in Faculty-Senior game. 171 Sprin g li.-ver hits a student ol'l 1 Cletus. 487 Construction begins on new lflculty chapel. UH ffvsteli litl prepait s linemen in spring practice. H01 Pr. 'Thomas seeks noon-time sustenance. FACULTY AT EASE? IT JI' Rf JN now, Clllllit slirk l11'1'.A' V: fl,c'lgti."H1'1'1','l'1'rl'y,trythismlc'Sl1ndzly." fCIm'l1tc'1'l. uBt'SlII'l'llJll'ilI1 ilu-vcigm-s, Ilonvyf' QRiQ'llI KIIQNTIAR: "W'ln'n you lmw- mmlrlz-. just 1'c'1m'1ulJm'r thc' formula. Sm' it:"' H1 Ylulxl JN1 RC HV: flmflj,"l5c'sl11'm-trngvtzllltlwasl1m's." fCc'11tm'1'i, "Gin!!" fRiL5I1tl,"Hcm'w21s Kukla today Ill, END OF THE TRAIL N? Little' did thc Cutr' tykc' in thc' cvntvr picturcgla 1952 graduatc' with thc initials CAVVJ rcalizm' that ont' day hc' would ha' Complvting four yvars at lvlt. Carxncl and participating in thc' avtivitics portrayvd around him: Top 1.4-fr, rc'C1'iving linal marks: Top Right, cleaning out lockcrsg Bottom Lc-ft, trying on caps and gowns: bottom right, using from stairs lvgallv. 127 ACAHOWA gnlelitff With its year's task nearing the end, the 1952 Oriflamme stafl' pauses to give credit to the representatives of the commercial firms and others whose art is reflected in the volume. Without their friendly assistance and guidance, our task would have been overwhelming. I28 Our grateful appreciation is hereby extended to: Fr. Quentin Duncan, O. Carm, for his most valu- able assistance in providing excellent on-the-scene photographs, especially for our Sports and Carmeli- tana sections. Fr. Barry Kremer, O. Carm, for furnishing our sports statistics: Mrs. E. A. Samels and Mr. .john Roche, and their photographers of Root Studio, who have demon- strated what excellent photographic coverage can do for a school year-book, Mr. E. W. Kase of the S. K. Smith Co., who ar- ranged for our artistic cover: Mr. Gordon Brightman and Mr. Robert Sommer of the klahn and Ollier Engraving Co., whose superior products speak for themselves. Mr. Oliver Rogers of Rogers Printing Co., who has given us in the Griflamme an example of the finest in printing. ,L+- , J115' 5- .11 I vs 4-. . L f .,x 5 v -.f Pa n..vPL,.fx --.v ...X ,rf gi , , ,, 5,, . ,.:A. R11 an P -4: AQ: f -I 4.1 X M: nv ,,..- 1.xx Lf. , 1 , -1 1 . r 4- -r'v'1---, . , fx ., .hx w t v 3 ,' Q Ay W W. v. ..,- .fm ag-a 4... 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Mount Carmel High School - Oriflamme Yearbook (Chicago, IL) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

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Mount Carmel High School - Oriflamme Yearbook (Chicago, IL) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Mount Carmel High School - Oriflamme Yearbook (Chicago, IL) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

Mount Carmel High School - Oriflamme Yearbook (Chicago, IL) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Mount Carmel High School - Oriflamme Yearbook (Chicago, IL) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

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