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

 - Class of 1954

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' YE XX'hen Pope Pius XII. in gin Encyelieztl l,etter to inztrk the ltttltli ttnniversztry of the proelzunntion ol' the lmmueulztte Conception ofthe Blessed Virgin Klztry, announced at hltirian Year, the whole Cgitholie world rejoiced, In his eneyeliezil, the Pope pointed out the relationship between the doctrines ol the Immneultite Conception and the Assumption. and urged Christians everywhere to conform their lives to the image ot the Yirqin Mother of God, Because Mary is our mother, nothing pleases her more than to see those whom she has adopted under the cross of her Son, fashioning' their souls alter hers, in thought, word, ti nd action, The two singular privileges bestowed upon the Blessed Virgin, one at the very beginning ol' her life, and one at the end, are closely related. For the greatest possible glorilication ol' her Virgin body complements the absolute innocence of her soul, which was free from all stain. At this time, when the world is so filled with strife and conliict caused by people forsaking God, it is expedient to remember that our Blessed lvlother, throughout all the sorrows and trials of her life, never onee departed from the precepts and example of her Divine Son. For this reason, M3l'B' is the likely one lor the world to choose as its Patroness to pray to for peace. It is true that those who control governments e:m do mueh toward this object. However, until people return to God through Mztry, there eztn be no hope ol' il permanent world peace. To celebrate the Nlarian Year, and to give expression to their liziith :md love, the Pope has requested that the l7ztithl't1l should come together in lztrtge numbers to oller to Our Most Sweet Mother, not only pI'lVZ1l1' prayers, but public suppliczttions with one voiee :md one mind, 'l'he Pope mentioned severztl speeizil M2lI'l2lIl Yeztr intentions, for which everyone should petition, 'l'he lirst is thttt, with the help ol' divine grziee, the way ol' lilie ol' each one ol us tnzty be mnde tnore eonlormztble to the lttw ol' God, Prztyers must also be olliered for our youths, thttt they might lettrn to know :md love God etlrly in their lite, M2lI'y'lS intercession must especially be :tsked lor lloly Mother llhureh, thztt her sztered rights :md lreedom mzty be zteluiowleclgecl everywhere. llere :tt Cfgtrtnel, where speeiztl devotion to Our l,z1dv is il trztdition, the Mztriztn Yeztr wzts eelebrztted in ntxtny XYZINS. lhe wextrinu ol' the brown se1tpul:u', to wliieh so lllillly ntrtrvelous promises liztve been lIll2lClll'il. l11lS l'l'2ll'l1etl the point where no fittrniel mttn would be without one. 'l'he dztily rosztry, now prztyed during both luneh periods, ollers :tn exeellent opportunity lor students to Quin speeiztl grztees. lfrec uent reliffious bulletins, eoverin 1' st vztrietv ol' Sllll-l'ClS, serve :ts reminders to lqee p us out ol' sin. l H 1 , l 'l'he hiffhest moint ol' the veztr, however, was 21 Jilffrimzi fe bv the entire student bodv to Our l,1id ' ol 5 , l s t . , Sorrows Clhureh on the lfeztst ol' the Seven Uolors. 'l'he trip, mzide in speeizll busses, gained plenztry indulfrenees lor till. Cfnrinel is proud ol' its reliffious n'ofrmn, which makes rezil flzttholie fentletnen. A a L fi' I-XX A 3 , Z5 MISS GERALDIN E MCGO UGH Librarian BRO. JOHN COGHLAN. O. CARM Athletic Manager 1 'A 1,1111 . Man of Th9Year O1970"Z"Z 1 .mb-'3'-73 , A '17-.".1."Z1-1 h ME 1 1 or to lea V K I i"' ffb""'n 'NWN IM- 1 D 1-,111 53. W DIAMOH' an N A 1 - l F I ,,f 111fg5i,,ii 1vb3",'111:,' 'Ju ..,V v- . 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Students will reinexnlmer Fr. Ambrose and his words of wisdom. l REV. LEANDER TROY O. CARM. In his third year as the Supe- rior of the religious on the Faculty, Fr. Leander boasts of an 11-year stretch in and around Carmel. Besides his responsibilities as Prior, he has undertaken the effort of in- structing in Senior Religion. F L REV. FLAVIAN WILSON O. CARM. Newly appointed as Prefect of Religion, Father is the one responsible for the Religious Bulletins which are enjoyed by all in Division period. His teaching duties include Civics, Latin to the Frosh St Religion to the Freshmen and Seniors. REV. MAURICE ANDERSON O. CARN1. Though Father does not teach the boys, he still has a great deal to do with them-after graduation, that is. Acting as moderator of the Carmelite Alumni Association, he plans the frequent meetings of the society. He is also treasurer. Y REV. BARRY KREMER O. CARM. Given the chore of Athletic Director, Fr. Barry tries to teach Physics to the Seniors, Chemistry to the Juniors, St Algebra to the Freshmen. In addition to his teaching duties, he moderates the golfers and assists in the Studies Ofhce. REV. RUDOLPH FLANIK O. CARNI. Taking over as librarian this year, Father has initiated the Career Room, to aid Seniors in choosing a college or job. As Registrar, he directs the transfer of students, credits upon their departure. He also teaches the Seniors English. REV. DAVID MURPHY' O. CARM. Besides teaching the Seniors Sociology, he acts as Prefect of Studies, directing selection of students' courses. Further, he moderates the Mothers' Club. He is also responsible for the great job of raising money for the building fund. fx REV. MYLES COLGAN O. CARM. Though newly appointed as Prefect of Discipline, he still is one of the most liked of Carmelis Faculty members. In addition to seeing that the regulations of the school are observed, Father finds time to teach the juniors Religion. REV. THOMAS STRASSER O. CIARM. Besides utilizing his valuable time in instructing the Sophs and juniors in the Latin lan- guage, Fr. also can be sccn in his leisure moments directing the Brown Cross. In addition he is in charge of the school raffle SL the Student Center. 13 "lf Ri-Lv. l,t'Ki-. BRI-ANA!! as U, C..-uni. Returning to Mount flarinel from Niagara, lfather taught the Seniors Solid fieoinetry ilINlllll'lLf,llll'llllIll0l'S.xlLft'lJI'21, antl the Sophoinores Religion. lit- was also in charge of the recoril-lmrezikinig Mission col- lections zintl litngo this year, Rm: .XIIJAN Btiiii-it U. tiixkixi. .Xttainintf greater prestige at lfzirinel this year, lfr. Aidan iinally reeeivetl the privilege oftutoring Seniors -in lXIech. Drawiiiq. 'l'hrough his efforts the Sophs and juniors learn tleoin. and G. lNlath. liurther, he inotlerzites the track team. I4 Ripv. l'lDl3liRT S 1 Arziasixic: 0. CARM. XYhether struggling through a Typing Class. poring over al- umni mail. or working on an Oriflainme page. Fr. does his hest. He is especially capable in the last lielcl, where his artistic taste anti managerial ahility xx ill never he equzillecl. Riav. llllzlikli l..xRKix O. OARM. 'l'he success ol' the Student Council can he attributed to Father's capable moderation of its activities. He also im- parts his knowledge of Relig- ion and YN'orld History to the Sophs and teaches llnqlish to hoth the Juniors and Frosh. REV. Criirus SULLIVAN O. CARM. XVell-known for his constant winning of speech contests, Fr. with equal success also teaches 4th Year linglish and Junior Religion. Besides his other cluties, he directs the Honor Society and the New Wlorlcl subscription campaign. REV. SILVAN Bovrii O. CARM. Besides keeping up a schedule which includes teaching First and Second Year Latin, First Year Religion, 8 Second Year Spanish, Father lincls time to act as lNToderat0r ofthe band and Frosh-Soph bowling. He is Carinel's Asst. 'l'reasurer. lftl, fi RliV.'ll'1RfJMl'. CJ,xi,i.AiiAN O. Cami. Coming to us from Catholic lfniversity in Washington, Fr. Jerome, as moderator of the swimming team, lost little time in becoming a "part" of Carmel. He instructs the un- derclassmen in Religion and the Jrs. in lluropean History. E Ricv. l'A'iRic:K fiIiI'1l'.SfJN O. CIARM. When he isn't fountl teaching Latin or Religion to the un- clerclassmen, he most proh- ably will he explaining the in- tricacies of Matli to Juniors or Freshmen. In spite of this busy schedule, he also over- sees the fluecns of Carmel. REV. Fioiaus NOLAN O. CARM. A new faculty member this year, Father graduated from Calumet H. S. before taking up studies for the priesthood. Among his teaching duties are Freshman Religion, General Science 8: Senior History. He also directs the cheerleaders. BRO. Louis Horr O. CARM. Keeper of the ledgers of the School, Brother Louis is the Assistant in the Treasurer's office. Bro. is also in charge of the schoolis addressograph by which Carmel's students and their parents can receive prompt notices from school. REV. CASIMIR ZIELINSKI O. CARM. Father's first year at Mount Carmel found him teaching Religion, Spanish and Latin to the Sophs as well as Relig- ion to the Frosh. Along with these duties, he was modera- tor of this yearfs Art Club, which was very successful. BRO. STEPHEN MCGOVERN O. CARM. It is a rare student who has not spent at least one after- noon in Brother's cozy cita- del-jug-and faced all the charms of this active section of the Faculty. Bro. is ready to assist those who need aid in discipline or anything else. REV. CANISIUS HINDE C. CARM. Besides teaching the Seniors Mechanical Drawing, thejun- iors Algebra, and the Sophs Geometry, he was this year's moderator of the wrestling team 8: the Bowling League. A graduate of '41, he was a World War H fighter pilot. BRO. JOHN ClOGI-ILAN O. CARM. This marks the twenty-fifth year at Carmel for Brother John, the friendly proprietor of the bookroom. Among his jobs is sports manager, from which post he claims to have instructed lN4r. Brennan in all the finer points of football. E l ,. BRO. MEL WALSH O. CARM. Though he,s rarely glimpsed about school, students would readily miss him if he left us without notice. This fav- orite offspring of the Emer- ald Isle is in charge of our school engineering problems. He is convivial and humorous. BRO. HERMAN CoNLoN O. ClARM. Although he does no teaching, Brotherls day is a busy one. At lunchtime he helps in the Student Center, while after school he can be seen in thc Treasurer's Office. His work with the addressograph keeps all Carmel grads up to date. .y My ' ' 14191 15 4' Miss Ch- RAI IllNls Mcifiouott ll,inuAiumrsv Most of us have fat time-sf had occasion to visit the pop- ular den known as Clarmel's library, and lmve there inet the pleasing and engaging personality ol' our queen ol lileralure our diligent, ever- helpful lirln lltllltllllJl'2ll'l1IH. , , Mu. xl.-xml-'s fiAXN'Nl". BMX. Mr. Gawne, a former teach- er at Clarniel, returned this year to Carmel after serving as at Lieutenant Commander in the Navy. Besides teaching llnglish to the lfrosh, juniors and Seniors, he was the mod- erator of the Carmel-l,ite. ,,, lv, Kitts. FRANK Derry 181-.cRi1T.4xRx't lformerly a member of the Mothers' Club and currently President of CIarmel's Brown Cross, Mrs. Dully, as secre- tary to lir. David in the Studies olliee, has eflieiently taken eliarqe of class records and UlliflkilSK'l100lftJIilit'9I7Ul'lill'l1Cl'. MR. 'I'noM.f-.s Iixnisit MA. llnergetic worker toward the improvement of our musical element, lNIr. Fabish holds a long record of success in his field. The ablest testimony to his excellence is found in the number of his proteges now governing other school bands. MR. MICHAEL. lXlURPHY P.E. Supplementing the academic curriculum with physical ed- ucation since '23, Mr. Mur- phy is as much part of Car- mel as the aged halls them- selves. Highly respected and revered, he is the lirst tutor a visiting grad seeks ont. N 4 MR. lXllCHAIiL QTCTONNOR BA. Dean of Physics, Mr. O'Con- nor has instructed Seniors in the hard formulas of Physics since Carmel's portals Iirst opened. Much ol' the Physics apparatus was built by him. His track teams have gained many trophies for Carmel. MR. W'i1,i.iM1 IJURKIN BMX. Responsible for the very able and very superior coaching of Carmcl's excellent Heavy- and Lightweight Basketball teams, lXIr. Durkin also does his best in teaching Civics to Junior classes and English to Freshmen and Sophomores. Mic. VlNIII'IN'l' l'iAIiRI'.I,l. BA. Wliilt: keeping up a seheclule which includes teaching such subjects as World History to Sophs, and llnglish to Frosh and Sophs, he never loses his usual friendly disposition. His hard work with students has produced many line scholars. MR. WILLIAM FLEMING B.S. Known for his controllable temper, likeable personality, and effectiveness in teaching, Mr. Fleming, besides training Seniors in American History, also instructs the Sophomores in English. He is a respected unit of the Carmel Faculty. MR. RICHARD COMPTON B.A. This experienced and capable teacher, who is now enjoying his second year as a member of Carmel's faculty, devotes his full schedule to lecturing underclassmen. He drills the Sophs in Plane Geometry and forces Algebra on Freshmen, l MR. WILLIAM JACOBY B.A. One of the versatile profes- sors on Mt. Carmel's staff, Mr. Jacoby coaches both the lightweight football team and the Fly and Bantam cagers. Besides this he teaches Eng- lish to Juniors and Sophs and is assistant to Mike Murphy. MR. JERRY CROIXRKIN B.A. One of Carmel's newest lay professors, Mr. Croarkin is a graduate of Quigley P. S. and De Paul University. His time is spent between instructing Freshmen in the elements of English and attending Loyola to earn his master's degree. MR. JAMES FATTORE M.B,A. Responsible for the teaching of Accounting to Juniors and Seniors along with History to the Juniors, Mr. Fattore also ably uses his talents in coaching Carmelas excellent wrestling team. This year he started intramural grappling. l MR. MATTHEXN' SMITH B.A. Although he has taught at Mt. Carmel for only three years, Mr. Smith has won the re- spect and admiration of both the Faculty and the students. He spends his time teaching the important topics of Gen- eral Science and Algebra I. lull MR. JAMES MCGUIRE B.A. Recently returning from the Marine Corps, this new asset to the Faculty adapted him- self to civilian and Carmel life quite readily. His time is occupied teaching History to Seniors and Sophs plus Civics 8L Economics to the Juniors. MR. JOSEPH TREZER B.A. Although he did not join Car- mel's army of instructors un- til the second semester, Mr. Trezek was immediately put to work imparting the funda- mentals of Latin and World History to the underclassmen and ofSociology tothe Seniors. jg, f f . f lzf'7 If ' V, . V' , Q , 1' " . . , - 5, .' - Lg, in 5 ?"wa7fg.'v..3y ,,, JM . ,. . T" 'fi' 1- ,1- 4 1.9 nl Q? 'z fm I I I I I I I I I I I P il'- Senior Class Officers s. J -.. 'W 'av 2' BERNARD MORRIS RUSSELL BAKSIC JAMES CALVANO JOHN MCCARTHY Vice-president Secretary Treasurer President Historical Highlights -- Class of '54 Bewildered Bennies. that's what we were. But it wasn't long before we took an active part in Carmel. Of our class twenty-two were honor students while twenty-three made the Lightweight Football team. Fourteen musicians played in the Band and tenjoined the Track team. Un the Bantam and Flyw'eiQ'ht Basketball teams there were six each of our hoopsters. Four became a part of the swiinininq team and three joined the wrestlers. Rlany others participated in other school activities. We were Sophomores now: we knew eyerythinq about Carmel there was to know, so we thought. lwenty-three were on the Honor Roll while eight football players graduated to the Varsity. Four were promoted to the Heavyweight Basketball team: eleyen made up part of our Track team: and fourteen remained with the Band. Six of our class joined the Carmel-Lite staffg eight took part in the tfhoir. and two in our excellent Debating club. both newly organized extra-curricular activities. .Xt last we eoiilcl be called tipperclassmen. a priyilefle we long awaited since our Freshmen days. With iilieen ol our class on the liootliall squad. we won our third City Championship, a phenomenon nt-yer Iieiore ecitiallecl in prep history, Fiye oi' tts were also members of the South Section Basketball tihtmipioiisliip team. lliuhteen of our otitstantline athletes made the monogram club. Fifty of usyjoined the Bowling league, Une of our two Ilit'IIilJt'iis on the new tennis team won a City Championship. lhe last lap. this was itg we were .it the top. Our only worry was to graduate and plan on what eolleue we wotiltl enter. Not .ible to go on loreyer. lilteen football players aided in the winning of tht-No. Neeiioii to-K hiiiipioiisliip, Nix iiieniliers pltiyecl Yarsity Basketball.one eager Illilliilliyxll-Slf1lt'. Neyen Seniors ioinetl the t'.ii'mel-l.iie while eiuhi of tis labored to publish the finest fjflffflllllllt' in C.ii'ii1el's history. llroiiyi ,ire we oi our el iss Yiee-l'res,. who won the lll. State Urzitorieal contest. l . , , . . - . .Xs QI.ltlil.?lt's oi ldv. .itirl now altiiiiiii. we will always leel lionoretl to be called Xleii ol Cuiriiiel, ll 'MV' ALCOCK .-XLKIRE ALLEN Lau' 'QW' ALLPHIN AXDERSON BACKLIN BAKSIC BARSLEY BAXTER BENEDICT ALCOCK - BERTOLDI Myron P. Alcock "Mike" Coles. Flys 1. Bantams 2. Bowling 3, 4. Intra Basketball 2-4 tChamps 4jg Handball 4 . . .Thomas J. Alkire "Tom'l St. Clara. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. Debate Team 2, 3. Bantams 2. Track 1. Intramural Basketball 1, 3 . . . Gerald J. Allen "Jerryl' Nativity B. V. M. Monogram Club 3, 4. Varsity Football 3, 4. Lightweight Football 2. Flys 1. Bantams 2. Intramural Basketball 3, 4. Robert B. Allphin "Bobl' Nativity. Bowling 3. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Handball 1, 2, 4 .... Gary N. Anderson "Andy" St. Cyril. Intramural Basket- ball 1 .... Francis J. Backlin "Jim', Bishop Quarter M. A. Student Council 4. Homecoming Dance Com- mittee 4. Swimming 1. Track 2. Intramural Bas- k e t b a l l 1 - 4 .... Russell W. Baksic "Russ" Bryn Mawr. Class Secretary 4. Honor Roll 1, 4. BEXIAC BENTIVENGA BERDELLE Hvywt. Basketball 2 - 4. Bantams 1 - 2. Ltwt. Foot- ball 1 . . . David R. Barsley 'KBars" St.Martin. Bowling 3, 4 .... Charles K. Baxter "Chuck" St. Joachim. Bowling 3. Robert F. Benedict"Bob" St. Catherine of Genoa. Rel. Council3 .... Raymond F. Beniac "Beans" St. Kevin. Intramural Basket- ball 1 - 4 .... Vincent E. Bentivenga 'lToby" St. Thomas the Apostle. Student Council 3. Mission Club 2, 3. .Iunior Prom Committee. Lightweight Football 2. Flyweight Basketball 2. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. Intramural Handball 2, 3, 4. . . . . Thomas J. Berdelle 4'Xin,' St. Adrian. Science Club 2. Bowling League 3. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Handball 1-4. . . . Richard J. Bertoldi "Dick" St. Louis. Science Club 2. Intra- mural Basketball 1-3. Intramural Handball 1, 2. BERTOLDI E N I 0 R S X. E S E 4 l f 0 Q7 T 'CJ Bl-QYliRS BILLIXGS BOLTO X ll0l't'lili BEYERS-CAHILL William C. Beyers "Bill" St. Philip Neri. Carmel- l.itv 2, 3. liwlg. 3. lntra. Basketliull 2 - 4. Huntl- bull l, 2 ..,. William M. Billings "Kong" St.Ni1'l1olus of 'l'ol4-iitiiio. Mono. Club 3, 4, Student Conn. 3. Mission Club l-4. l.twl. Football l. Varsity Fool- bzill 2-1. 'l'r:u-la 4. lnlrzi. lixiskf-Ilizill l-4 .... john E. Bolton 'iloltiii .ltlillln Sl. Louis. liwlg, 3, 4, lu- tru. lluskvtbull 1, 2, 4: llzimlbzlll l, 2, 4 ..,. Robert J. Boucek "Claim-f" Sl. i'oluuilmnus. llonoi' Som-. 3, 4. llonor lloll l, 2, 4, lla-l. Nlm-mlul ZS. i'2ll'Illl'l-l,lIt' 2, Il. 4. tlicl. 41, Studi-ul Vouu. Il, 4. Jr. Prom Voinni. HUIIl1'l'0IlllIlf,I :uul llolisluy lhim-1-t'oiiiiii. 4. 'l'r:u-k l. 2. X-C'ouuti'y 2. lntrxuuurail lluslwlliull l - 4. . . . Lawrence F. Boyter "l.:iri'y" liiorslzin ll. S. Nun l"1'z1u- visa-ol. llonor lloll 2. lutru. lhislwllizill 2 - 4 .... Robert J. Brosseau "Bot" St. C'l:n':i .... Bruce B. Brouilette "Freiu'liy" St. Thomas Apostle. Mono. Club 3. 4. Mission Club 1. Hvywt. Basketball 3, 4. Ban- tam Basketball 1, 2. Intra. Handball 1 .... Richard A. Brown "Dick" St. Dorothy . . , Gregory J. Brunnick "Sunshine" St. Kevin. Student Conn. 1. Bwlg. 3. ln- tru. Basketball 1-3 .... Robert C. Budrich "Bud" St. .Xinbrosfa Mono. Club 4. Mission Club 3, 4. Varsity Football 2-4. xVI'i'Sfllllg 1-4. Ltwt. Football 1. lntru. liziskvtbull 1-41 llanclbull 1-4 .... Andrew H. Bueschel "l"oxi4-" St. Nic-bolus of Tolcutine. r1Nl'Lli'li 1. llwlg, 3. lutrzi. liuskotbnll 1-4. llunclbull 1-4 .... Edwin F. Bums "lid" Mt. C'au'mvl fNiugui'ul. . . . Joseph A. Buron "Jon" Sis. Pots-r R Puul. Mono. Cl. 2-4. Vlioii' 1. Swiinniing 1-4 CC'o-Capt. 45 IA. Ft- bull 1. Intramurals l-4 .... William E. Cahill "Wild Hill" St. Philip Nc-ri. IlllI'2lITlllI'2ll5 1 - 4. . . . laoi"1'i4:iz mcossnxl' lSli0I'Il.lC'l"l'l'I uicowx l5lll'NNlt'li liI'lDllll'll lll'lISi'lll-Il, HVRXS ISVROX C'.lllIl,l, - 'C' wx La "1 1:- i911 4-wwf , 'Mt .nm CALVANO CALVEY P. CAVANAITGH T. CAVANAUGH CELLINI CALVANO - DALY James F. Calvano "Cal" St. Felicitas. Class Treas. 4. Mission Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Mono. Club 4. Varsity Football 3, 4. Wrestling 2, 3. Ltwt. Football 1. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, CChamps 2Dg Handball 1, 2 .... Daniel H. Calvey "Dann St. Benedict. . . . Patrick J. Cavanaugh 'fShirts" St. Willibrord. Honor Roll 1, 2. Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Handball 1 .... Thomas P. Cavanaugh "Tom" St. Joachim. Wrest- ling 2. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 .... Lawrence B. Cellini "Laurie" Onarga Military Academy. Dance Band dr School Band 3, 4. Student Council 3 .... Alex T. Chiaro "Al" Holy Rosary CIrishJ. Choristers 1, 2. Ltwt. Football 1. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3. Intra. Handball 2. . . . Robert J. Coleman "Bob" St. Bride. Honor Roll 1, 2, 4. Student Council 3. Home- coming clr Junior Prom Comms. 3. Intra. Basket- ball 1, 2, 4. Intramural Handball 1, 2 .... james R. Connelly "Jim" St. Victor. Carmel-Lite 3. In- tramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. Intramural Handball 2 .... Robert J. Connelly "Bob" St. Bride. Intra. Basketball 1-4. . . . Bernard J. Conover "Bernie" Quigley P. S. Student Council 4. Homecoming Dance Committee 4. Art Club 4. Swimming 3, 4. Intra- mural Basketball 3 .... John F. Conry t'Tiger" St. Columbanus. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Handball 1, 2, 4 .... John C. Cunnea "Jack" St. Philip Neri. Student Council 3, 4. Home- coming Dance Committee 4. Track 2. Bowling 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 4 .... Andrew S. Daly "Mr. D. A." St. Kevin. Mission Club 4. Lightweight Football 2. Bowling League 4. Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 4. CChamps 45. Intramural Handball 1-4. CHIARO COLEMAN J. CONNELLY R. CONNELLY CONOVER CONRY CUNNEA DA L Y , , 23 E If S E N I 0 R S mvis lux nic ifonn IJl+1I,ANl'lY ni-Ls ifoiuaics nioiuo niviui noMzAi.siu DAVIS-DURHAM Ronald W. Davis "l7:iY1"' lloly' Cross. l3n'lLC. liezlfllicf 3, fl ,... John T. Dax "Slim" Sl. Colulnbunus. 3, -1, llanflball 1, 2. . . .Leonard J. Domzalski "Dorn" St.. Mivliael. Class V-l'r4-s. l. llonor lloll l, , . lnlr:uuur:il li:isketb:1.ll l, Z, J, 4. lntia. llzunlbzill 2, 3, 4. llonol' Sec-. 2, 3, lntira. llanflball l, 2. l, 2 .... James W. De Ford "'l'ig,5c-i' Jim" ,lsr-ension. Student Count-il 3, 4. lioligioiis Count-il 3. Art Club 3. Junior Prom tk lloinm'oming.5 cmniiiiim-S. Intra. lluskelbiill l, 23 llzuulbull l .... Frank E. Delaney "Ili-l" St. Coluinbzuius. Bzunl 1, 2, 3, 4. lntra. Bas- ki-tbull l, 2, 3, 41 llunclbzill l, 2. . . . Robert G. Des Forges Ullezi Boy" St. Catherine of Genoa. Art Club l, 2. Mission Club 1. Ltwt. Football 1, 2. r w , . lrwvkl 7 3 Cross-Country 1. lntra. Basketball 4 ,..f,1. l-43 llzuulbzill 2, 3 .... Joseph G. Diorio "Joe" St. Kevin. Bowling 3, 4. Intramural Basketball ck llnntlbzill 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . John E. Diver "Spider'y St. Sabina. Mission Club 2. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, IlOl'KlIll'Ill'l'Y 24 . . . Charles F. Dougherty "Clint-k" Sl.. I+'oIic-iias. lntru.. Basketball l, 2, llanclball l, 2, 4. . . . Gerald W. Doyle "Duke" St. Columbzinus. lnlira. Ilanclbzill clz Basketball 1-4. . . . John C. Drapanes "fuuck" Sl.. Martin. Sc'iem't-Cliib 2. liwlg. l10iLlIll0:i. Iiit,i'a.l3as- ka-tball 3-4, llanclball 1, 2, 4. . . . William G. Duffy '4DufT" St. Bride. lalonor lioll 1-4. Ilonor Sora 3, 4. Carmel-Lite CSports Editorj 3, 4. Stuclent. Counvil 3, 4. Bowling 3, 4. lntra. Basketball 1, 2, llancl- ball 1, 2 .... William J. Durham 'tBull'l Our Lady of Peace Monogram Club 3, 4. Mission Club 3. Varsity Football 2-4. Track 2. Basketball: Flys lg Midgets lg Intra. 1-4 QChamps 45. Handball 1, 2. DOYLIC DRAPANIHIS DUFFY DURHAM gd' -9--, 'Uw- - W es' 'sf ' FGGARS ELY FALOONA FARRELL FINLON I ITZPATRICK FLAIM FRAIN FRANCISSEN CALVIN EGGARS- GLYNN John M. Eggars 'tEggs" St. Patrick .... Richard M. Ely "Dick" St. Columbanus. School Band 1-4 CV-Pres. 45. Monogramares 4. Student Council 3. Swimming 1, 2. Intramural Basketball 1-4. . . . Edward L. Faloona "Kroger" St. Ailbe .... John T. Farrell "Jack" St. Lawrence. Ltwt. Basketball 4. Intra. Basketball 1-3 CChamps 35, Handball 1, 2 .... Frank J. Finlon "Cooboy', St. Bride .... Kevin J. Fitzpatrick "Fitz" St. Thomas Apostle. Bantams 1, 2. Intra. Basketball 3, 4 .... Charles E. Flaim "Chuck" St. Lawrence. Typing Medal 3. Art Club 3, 4. Carmel-Lite 3, 4. Rel. Council 3. Student Council 3, 4. Junior Prom Committee, Homecoming Dance Committee 3, 4. Bowling 3. Handball 2 .... Martin J. Frain "Champ'l St. Kevin. Bowling 3, 4 CChamps 35. Intra. Basketball 1-4 CChamps 2, 45, Handball 1-4 .... James W. Francissen "Fingers" St. Willibrord. Bowling 4. Intra. Basketball 3, 4. . . . Richard J. Galvin"Wheel" St. Dorothy. Mission Club 1, 2. Ltwt. Football 1. Wrestling 3. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 QChamps 35, Handball 1, 2, 4. . . . James A. Gardzulis "Jim" St. Adrian. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Dance Band 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4. . . . Thomas E. Garrick "Tom" Pullman. Honor Roll 1, 2. Science Club 2. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Handball 1, 2. . . . Charles D. Glatzhofer "Glatzie,' St. Bride. Honor Roll 3. Intramural Basketball Tournament 1, 2, 4. Intra. Handball Tournament 1, 2. . . . Thomas J. Glynn "Nuggets,' St. Joseph. Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Lightweight Football l, 2. Intramural Basketball Tournament 1, 2, 3, 4. Intra. Handball Tourney l. G-XRDZULIS GARRICK GLATZHOFPIR GLYNN 5 o R -.gf . R S A 1 L,- wq-1 1:17 GORA GORICNCPI GR.-XCIC GRXNIDK ll P GORA - HAYES Thomas J. Gora "Tom" Assumption B. Y. BI. Bwlg. League 4. Intra. Handball 1, 2g Basketball 1-4 .... john P. Gorence "Hunk" Carmel Niagara. Varsity Football 2, 3. Intra. Basketball 1-41 Handball 1, 2. . . . Michael J. Grace "Mike" St. Bernard. Intra. Basketball 1-4. . . . Richard F. Grandchamp "Dirk" St. Bom-4lic't. lntra. Basketball 4. . . . Thomas Griffin 'lllriff" St. c'IllllIIllJ2lllllS. llonor lloll 2. Car- mel-l.ite Zi. Srieiirw- Vlub 2, 3. Uriflaninie 4. Student cfbllll. fl. llwlg. l.g. 2-4 Cl-Pres. 41. lntra. Bas- ketball 3, 4. . . . Paul M. Grindel "Sf'lnnur-k" St. Mary. llonor Roll 2. Sxriinining 1. lntra. Basket- ball l-45 llaindball l, 2. llwlg. l.g. Zi .... Robert T. Grudzinski "Bob" lninizu-ulzite l'onr'eption. Mission Flub l. l.twt. l"ootb:ill I, 2. llwlg. l.g. 4. lntra. Basketball l--1. . . . Thomas A. Haggerty "llaggs" Carmel Niagara. . . . Joseph F. Halper "Trud" St. Columbanus. Track 2. Bwlg, Lg. 3, 4. Intra. Bas- ketball 2-4. . . . John F. Hammer "Connie" St. Tho- mas Apostle. Mission Club 3, 4. Student Conn. 3. Basketball: Flys 15 Bantams2g Hvywt.. 3,4. Mon- ogram Club 4. Frosh-Sopli Hop Comm. Ltwt. Foot- ball 2. Bwlg Lg. 3. lntra. Basketball 13 Handball 1. 4. . . Gerald P. Hanaughan "Sam" St. Patric'k's .Xc'adeiny. lntra. Basketball 3, 45 Handball 4. . . . Thomas J. Hare "Tom" St. Dorothy .... Richard L. Hayden A'Kilimp" Quigley. Bwlg. 3-4. Intra. Basket.- ball 3, 4.g llandball 4. . . . Harry J. Hayes "Haro" St. Sabina. Eng. Mc-dal 1, 2. Mono. Club 1-4. Stu- dent Foun. 4. Debate 2. .Ir. Prom mln llomovoming VOIINIIS. f'arniel-Lite 2-4 fAsst. Ifld. 41. Track l-4. f 1 X-Country 1-4 lnlra llandball l' Basketball 2 3 . . y . , . Gllll"l"lN GRIXIDICI, GRVIJZINSKI Il.MiflI'lIl'l'Y IIALII II.XlNIMl'llt Il.-XN.XI'GH.XN IIARIC HAYDICN IIAXIS ss-1' W 'EF' M ' Tiff! qi Vg Y? Q Q 'ww -Q 'WWW HEDL HILLGARD JOY JOYCE KEATING HEDL- KRYNICKI Frank R. Hedl "Bob" Fenger 2. Varsity Football 3. Bowling 4. Intra. Basketball 3, 4. . . . John E. I-Iillgard "Atlas" Our Lady of Peace. Wrestling 3. Intra. Handball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2 .... Bernard F. Joy "Bernie" St. Bernard. Class Treasurer 3. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, Handball 1, 2 .... Robert H. Joyce "Bob" St. Clara. Ltwt. Football 1. Intra. Handball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. . . . james C. Keating "Keats" St. Margaret. . . . Joseph R. Kemp "Joe" St. Dorothy. Bwlg. 3, 4 CChamps 35. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 4, Handball 1, 2, 4. . . . Frank J. Klawitter "Little Moose" St. Mary Magdalene. In- tra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Handball 1, 2. . . . John A. Klawitter "Feets" St. Bronislava. Honor Society 3. Religious Council 3. Student Council 3, 4. Junior Prom 85 Homecoming Comms. 3, 4. Bowling 3, 4. Intra. Basketball 1-4, Handball 1, 2. . . . Thomas F. Koch "Flash" St. Clotilde. Carmel-Lite 3. Ori- flamme 4. X-Country 1. Track 1, 2. Intra. Basket- ball 1, 3, 4 .... Francis J. Kolavo "Frank" Tay- lor. Civics Medal 3. Carmel-Lite 2, 3. Religious dz Student Councils 3. Halloween Dance Comm. 3. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . Donald L. Kraft "Gabby" St. Clara. Honor Roll 1. Science Club 2. Student Council 3, 4. Rel. Council 3. Junior Prom Committee. Homecoming Committee 3, 4. Bowling 3, 4. Intra. Basketball 1-4, Handball 1. . . . Leo J. Krueger "Corp" Immaculate Conception. Mission Cl. 2. Ltwt. Football 2. Bowling 3. Intra. Basketball 1-4, Handball 2. . . . Raymond G. Krynicki "Gunner" Immaculate Conception. Bowling 3, 4. Ltwt. Foot- ball 2. Intramural Basketball 1-4 CChamps 4b. KEMP F. KLAWITTER J. KLAWITTICR KOCH KOLAVO KRAFT KRUIGGICR KRYNICKI 00' I' 'tv QP' 27 'I L9 I 1 KI'Ml.I'I KIIPSKI KI'TSCHIGlt IIABICOTS IAIQSOX KUMLE-LULKOWSKI Thomas C. Kumle "Big 'l'oin" Sl. 'l'llo1nz1s .Npostltx Bowling I.o:l.gLllv 3. Iiuskc-lbzill: Bantarns I, Intra. 2, 3. . . . Harry R. Kupski Hlillpl' St. Mary Magda- lonv. lntrn. llziskotbull I-4, Ilanclball I, 2, 4. . . Michael W. Kutscher "Miko" St. Willibrorfl. Bowl- ing lic-zlglit' 3, 4. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 4, Ilanclball l, 2 .... Anthony Labeots "Pony" Ht. Isidore. Mission Club 1-3. Ltwt. Football 1, 2. Wrestling l, 2. Intra. Basketball cl: Handball 1-4. . . . Robert M. Larson "Bob" St. Lawrenve. Monogram Club 4. Ilvywt. Football 3-4. lVrestling 3. Ltwt. Football 1, 2. Intra. Basketball 1-4 CChamps 35, Handball 1. . . . James L. Lee Hllonkl' St. Philip Neri. Mon- ogram Club 3, 4. Basketball: Ltwt. 2, 3, Flys 2, Midgets 2. Intramurals: Basketball 4, Handball 1, 2. . . . Norbert S. Lewandowski "Be-nevanuch" Sts. I.I't'I'I in HAI N l,I'II+l IIIWANIJOWSIQI LOON.-XM I'ot.or KL Paul. Bowling 3, 4. Int,ramurals: Basket.- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Ilanclball l, 2. . . . John P. Loonam "Irish" St. Clara. Mission Club l, 2, 3. Wrestling l. Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Ilanclball 1, 2, 3, 4. . . . james M. Luce H2483 Ht.. Bernard. llonor Itoll l, 2, 3. llonor Society 2, 3. Science Club 2. Oriflamme 3, 4. Trai-k 1. Bowling lrfliigllff 3, 4. Intramurals: Basketball 3, Ilandball 2. . . . Leroy D. Lucio "Pluto" St. Symphorosa. Bowling 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 3, 4. . . . Robert E. Luckett "lied" Our Lady of Solano. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Handball 1, 2. . . . Leonard R. Luczak 'fLenny', St. Mary Magdalene. Bowling 3. Intra. Basketball 4, Handball 2. . . . Richard J. Lulkowski "Dick" St. Isidore. Student. Coun. 1. ln- tra. Basketball 1-4, Handball 1, 2, 4. Bwlg. 3-4. I.l'C'I0 I,l'C'Kl4ITT LVCZAK LVLKOWSKI fi .wP"""'u ,V Z. . 'V x ii LYNCH MAGNABOSCO MAHER MAHONEY MALLAK MALONEY MANKOWSKI MANNION MARCON MARSHALL LYNCH - D. MCCARTHY William J. Lynch "Willy" St. Francis De Paula. In- tra. Basketball 1. Track 1. . . .Peter T. Magnabosco "Maggy" St. Solomea. Choir 2. Jr. Prom. Comm. Wrestling 1. Bwlg. 3. Intramurals 1-4. . . . James J. Maher 'tJim" St. Dorothy. Student Coun. 3-4. Mo- no. Club 3-4. Homecoming dr Senior Prom SL Hal- loween Dance Comm. 4. Wrestling 1-4. Intramur- als 1-4 .... Patrick N. Mahoney "Mo" St. John the Baptist. Mono. Club 3-4. Hvywt. Football 2-4. fCo-Capt. 45. Wrestling 3. Intra. Basketball 2-3. tChamps 35. . . . Gregory J. Mallak "Hoops" Sts. Peter air Paul. Mono. Club 3, 4. Ltwt. Basketball 3. 4. Bwlg. 3, 4. Intramurals 1, 2. . . . James J. Maloney "Tiny Tim" St. Philip Neri. . . . Richard C. Mankowski "Tub" Carmel CNiagara5 3. Bwlg. 3. Intramurals 3-4. . . . John P. Mannion "Jitterbug" St. Dorothy. Mission ch Mono. Club 3-4. Football: Varsity 2-43 Ltwt. 1. Wrestling 3. Intra. Basket- ball 4. . . . Frederick R. Marcon "Crisco" St. Anthony of Padua. Student Council 3-4. Art Club 3. Rel. Coun. 3. Choir 2. Carmel-Lite 3. Homeeoming 55 Jr. Prom 65 Halloween Danve Comms. 3, 4. In- tramurals 1-4 .... Lawrence W. Marshall "Marsh" St. Lawrenee. Bwlg. 3. Ltwt. Football 1. Intra- murals 1-3. . . . Leo I. Martin "Lee" lVarren. Mis- sion Club 1. Student Coun. 3-4. Choir 2. Jr. Prom Comm. Wrestling 2-3. Bowling. 3-4. Intramurals 1-4. . . . Charles E. Mazurowski "Maw" St. Nicholas. Swimming 2. Intramurals 1-4. . . . James F. McCabe "Mac" St. Clotilde. Intramurals 1-4. . . . Daniel J. McCarthy 'tMac"' O. L. of Peare. Mission Club 2. Flys 1. Intramurals 1-4 CCage Champs 35. MARTIN MAZVROWSKI MCCABI-5 D. Mi-cxxizrny 'WQVY 29 4 JAMES Mm-QIXHTHY JOHN Mn-CHXRTHY Mm-Cl'l.l.Ol'GH Sli-Ill-IRMOIT J. MCCARTHY-R. L. MICHALSKI James McCarthy "Clll'lYH St. Sabina. Honor Roll 2, Vlnlis: Mono. 2-4: Mission 1. Ltwt. Basketball l-4 lC'upt. 49. lflywt. Baskvtlmull 1. lntm. Hand- lmll l, 2, . . . John I. McCarthy "Mm-" St. Philip N4-ri. Vlnss Pros. 3. 4. Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Latin Nlwlanl Zi. Slumlvnt C'uunc'il 4 ll'-I'1'c-s.l. Vlnlms: Klis- sion Zig Mono. 25, 4. llvywt. liziskcftlmll 2-4. Tennis 3, 4, lizmtauns I, 2. . , . john V. McCullough "Mm-" Sl. 'l'll0Ill!lS Apusllf-. liuskvllmnll: l.twt. 233 Flys 2: lnlru. I, 1. lfillllllllh ll. Lindt. l"oollmll 2. Bowling Si. . . . Thomas E. McDermott "NIM" St. Volum- lmnus. Nlonu, Vlull 2, Zi, .lr. l'm1n C'onnn. 'lll'2l1'li I-4. X-C'nnnlry I-li, lnlral. llalmllrzill l, 2, 43 lina- kvllvzill l-1. lf'llilllllJS l. 21. . . . William McDonald "fXlm"' Hi. lll'lKll'. llunor lloll l. Mission fllllll l-4. w r . Lint. looilmll l. lmvk l. lllIl'2lllllll'2llS I-4. . . , james McDonough "Kansas Kill" St, cl2ll'lll2lf.Il'. Mmm, Flulm 2-4. l"msl1-Sopli llop clllllllll. 2. liais- ketlmll: Hvywt. 2-43 Ltwt. 1: Flys 1. Tennis 3, 4. lllfI'Zlflll1I'2llS 2. . . . John C. McEleny MSc-otty" St. Adrian. School K Danve Bands 1-4. Student Council 3. Bwlg. 3. lllfl'21Illl1l'21lS 1. 2. 4. . . . Michael J. McGrea1 l'Bookie" O. I.. of Soluce. Honor Roll 2. lll1I'2lHllll'iilS 1-4. . . . Robert E. McKenna "Holi" St. Fclivitas. lntru, 1-4, Edward W. McKernaJ1 Ul'lcl" St. llriclv. llonoi' Roll 1. Ltwt. Football 1. Intra- murals 1-4. . . . Martin F. McMahon "Marty" St. Vlarlilclv. i':n'n1vl-I.ilv3. Stnclc-nt Connvil 4. Ori- llznnniv 4. Clicliloril. lloliclny l2i1lll'0 Coinniitlvv 4. Iiuwling Il, 4 Cl'1'0si1lc-nt 43. lll1l'LlII1lll'2llS 2, 3. . . . Edmund D. Meschievitz "lid" Volvs. Kl0ll0g'I'ill'Tl Ulnlm 2, 3, 4, Stnclc-nl C'oum'il 2, Zi. Ilvywt, liuskvtlmll 2, 25, 4. Ltwt. lfoollmll 1. Iiznitunis l. Iiwlg. 3, 4. . . . Donald R. Meyer l'lJoc:" St. C'y1'il. flll00I'lt'2lil0I'S 2, 3. . . . Ronald L. Michalski l'Spc-ml" St. Mary Al2lj.fCl2llI'Ill'. Bwlg, 3, 4. CSM-'y. 45. Inlrunnirzils l-4. lNIvll0X.XI.lJ Mc-IJOXOVGII Mc-lCl,lCXY Mc-Glll-I.Xl. Mc-IUCXXK Mvlil'IllX.XX B11-BIAHOX NIliSC'llll'lYl'l'Z Ml-IYICR ll. I., MIVIIXI 1? nl ri 'ff 'T QI: i- I y :ino- 'vm T77 r'-1 Q -M I iz. 1 T MICHALSKI MILLER MITCHELL MORFAS MORMAN R. T. MICHALSKI - M. P. O'CONNOR Ronald T. Michalski "Ron'l St. Mary Magdalene. In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowling 3-4. . . .Charles W. Miller 'tChas" St. Adrian. Band 1-4. Swimming 2. Intramurals 2-3. . . . James D. Mitchell 'fDoug" St. Mary tRiverdaleD. Class Pres. 1, 2. Medals: Proficiency 1-4, Chem. 3. Honor Roll 1-4. Student Coun., Y.C.S. fir Oriflamme 3-4. Bwlg. 3-4. Intra- murals 1-4. . . . Richard G. Morfas "Oxy" Immacu- late Conception. Bwlg. 4. Intramurals 1-2. . . . Kenneth F. Morman 'tKen" St. Dorothy. Class Y- Pres. 2. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. English Medal 3. Oriflamme 3-4. Bwlg. 3-4 .... Bernard D. Morris "Barney" St. Lawrence. Senior Class Y-Pres. Honor Roll 1. Student Coun. 3-4 QPres. 45. Mission Club 2. Dance Committees: Junior Prom, Homecoming 43 Holiday Dance 4. Ltwt. Football 1. Bwlg. 3, 4 Handball 1. . . . Norbert T. Murray "Norb" Quigley. Mission Club 3-4. X-Country 3. Intramurals 3-4 . . . Donald A. Musich "Muzzey" St. Agnes QChgo. Hts.l. Student Coun. 3-4. Y.C.S. 3. Oriflamme 3, 4. Bwlg. 3-4. . . . Daniel P. Neath "Bubbles" Holy Rosary. Student Coun. 4. Choir 2. Homecoming cis Holiday Dance Committees 4. Bwlg. 3-4. Intra- murals 1-4. . . . Thomas J. Nietupski "Nip" St. Sal- omea. Honor Roll 1-2. Student Coun. 3-4. Y.C.S. 3. Art Club 3. Carmel-Lite 3. Choir 2. Cheerlead- ers 3. Dance Committees: Junior Prom: Homecom- ing 4: Halloween Dance 4. Ltwt. Football 1. In- tramurals 1-4. . . . Robert E. O'Brien "O'B" St Catherine of Genoa. Art Club 3. Intramurals 1-2 , . . Michael J. O'Connor "Mike" St. Philip Neri, Class Tr. 15 Sec-'y. 2. Honor Roll 1-4. Honor Soc 1-3. Clubs: Debating 2-3, Science 25 Monogram 2-4 Track dz X-Country 1-4 QCapt. 45. Intramurals 1-4 . . . Michael P. O'Connor "Wallyi' H. Rosary. Mono Club. 2-4. Swimming 1-3. Ltwt. Football 1, 2 MORRIS MURRAY MIISICH NHATH 'NIETUPSKI O'BRIEN M. J. OTONNOR M. P. CTCONNOR 5 l.- . 31 KJ 1 -::r:f Qum- 1,-sr 1' U'Nl'Ill.l, 0'S1'l.l.lV.XN l,4Xf'lNl PA1.ANCA I". l'.Ull.lC'l'lll ll. ll.XUl.lC'C'lll l'.VllTl'lllSON 1'.tXVl.l+INli0 n O NEILL-PERLINSKI Daniel R. O'Nei1l "llyn:illon"' Sl. l"elir'itas. lnlra- Hllllgillm 'l'z1.ylor. llowling lleaggno 3, 4. . . . John A innral lllltllllllllll l, 2. lnlrznnnrul Basketball l, 2. .. . Joseph P. O'Su11ivan "Sully" St. llZLW1'l'I1t't'. Vive-l'residenl .lnnior Class. Nlonogram C'lnb 2, 3, 4. Student Vonnvil 4 t'l'reasnrer 43. .lnnior Prom N lloineeoniing l'ommitlr-es. Varsity lfootball 2, 3, 4 Ll'o-C'a.pI:i.ii1 43. lflyweiglit Basketball 1, 2. ln- tr:1nnn':1l lizisketball 2-4. Intramural Ilanclball 1, 2. . . . William A. Pacini "Bill" St. Bronislava. Mis- sion Club 4. Bowling League 3, 4. Intra. Handball 3. lnlra.. Basketball 3, 4. . . . Louis F. Palanca "Dino" St. Casimir. Bowling League 3, 4. Intra- mural Basketball 2. Intramural Handball 1 .... Fred H. Paolicchi "Ju-Ju" Taylor. lntra. Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Handball 1, 2, 3, 4. Ligglxtweiglmt Football Team 1. . . . Hugo I. Paolicchi l'.XWl.0WSlil PAYTON W:-if -w 0- Patterson 'll'al" St.. llricle. Mission Club 1, 2. Intra. llandball 1-1. lnlra. llaslietball l, 2. . . . Duane A. Pavlenko "l'ax"' Sis. l'et.er Sz Paul. llonor Roll 2. Howling lleagrne 3. . . . Edward C. Pawlowski "Burl" St. lironislava. llonor Roll 1. Bowling League 3, 4. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 4, llanclball 1, 2. . . . Bernard C. Payton "Bernie" Sl. Kevin. . . . Charles A. Peregoy "Chiu-lc" St.. Ambrose. Mono- gram 4-lub 3. Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3. Intramural Handball Tournament 2. Intramural Baskolfball 1, 2 .... Ronald W. Perkich "Pork" Sat-red lloarl.. Football Manager 2-4 .... Chester W. Perlinski 'lChet,' St. lsadore. Lightweight. Football Team 1. Wrestling Team 1. Intramural llanclball Tourna- ment 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. PIQRICGOY PERKICH PICRLINSKI 'BY in v 4 ' 'Z' 7. 'war PERRUSO IHCKANDS POLUS PONSETTI PREKWAS PRENDERGAST PROPER CMHGLEY QUINN RECKWERDT PERRUSO-RIEDLE Roland W. Perruso "Rollo-Rollie" St. Francis De Paula. Mono. Club 4. Mission Club 2-3. Basketballg Flys lg Ltwt. 2-35 Hvyivt. Football 2-4. Bwlg. 4. Intramurals 4. . . . Ronald C. Pickands "Picks" St. Bride. Ltwt. Football 1. Bwlg. 3. Intramurals 1-2. . . . Gregory E. Po1us"Gregl' Ascension. Honor Roll 2. Student Sz Rel. Coun. 3-4. Art Club 3. Homecoming cl: Jr. Prom dz Holiday Dance Comms. 3-4. Bwlg. 4 .... Donald W. Ponsetti "Ponce', St. Louis. Rel. dz Student Coun. 3-4. Carmel-Lite 4. Dance Comms.: Homecoming dz Jr. Prom dz Charity dr Holiday 3-4. Bwlg. 3-4. Intramurals 1-2 .... Gerald J. Prekwas "Jerry" Sts. Peter dc Paul. Honor Roll 1-2. Student dz Rel. Coun. 3. Wrestliiig 1-4. Bwlg. 3. Intramurals 1-4. . . . Richard C. Prendergast "Moose" St. Catherine. Honor Roll l. Mono. Club 2- 4. Football: Ltwt. l. Hvywt. 2-4 CCO-Capt. 45. Track 4. Intramurals 1-3. . . . Malcolm J. Proper "Mac" St. Philip Neri. Student Coun. 4. Homecoming dz Halloween Dance Comms. 4. Track 1-2. X-Coun- tryl. Intramurals l-3. . . . John W. Quig1eyt'Smi1in Jack" St. Lawrence. Intramurals 1-4. . . . William R. Quinn 'KBill" Compers. Intramurals 4. . . . Wilbur A. Reckwerdt "Bill" St. Thomas Apostle. Honor Roll 2. Intramurals 1-4. . . . Robert I. Redner "Bo" St. Call. Bwlg. 3. Intramurals l-4. . . . Michael j'. Regan "Deacon" St. Dorothy. Mission Club l. Intra- murals 1-4. . . . Hubert T. Reynolds "Jo" St. Francis De Paula. Class Sec-'y 3. Mono. Sz Mission Clubs 1- 4. Football 1-4. Track 1-4. Wrestling 1, 3. Intra- murals l-4. . . . Robert F. Riedle "Red" Our Lady of Peace. Carmel-Lite Staff 2-3. Bowling 3, 4. REDNER REGAN REYNOLDS IUEDLE I s 15 4' S E N I 0 R S E liIl.1CY RILEY- STEFAN Arthur E. Riley "Qniver Lips" St. Adrian. Band 1, 2. 3, 4 t'l'1'oas111'vr 49. Danf-e Band 3-4. Student Conn. 3. Intrzunural Basketball 1, 2. . . . Steven J. Rock "ltoc'ks" St. Colnmbanns. Liglitweiglit Football 1, 2. lntrzi. Basketball 2, 3, llzinflbull 2, 3. . . . Gerald R. Ryan "Tiny" Our Lzuly of l'4-uve. C'zn'ni0l-liito l,iglilwc-iglxt Footlmll 1, lntru. llunclbull M Basket x - 2. bull l, 2. . . . William T. Ryan "Willy" St. llorotliy. llonor lloll 2. lntrzunurul lluskt-tlmll 1 2 3 4 y Q V ' llowling-1 .... Louis M. Satkowski t'Sutc-li" St. Mic-lnu-l. . . . DanielM.Schappert"lJ:1n"St. l'zLtri1-k Avzult-lny. llvlipgion lllmlnl 2. llnncl l, 2, 3, 4. lla -1-. bull l, .., 3, 1 .... 1 - llnncl 3, 4. Stuclt-nl Count-il 3. lntrannnrzil llaskmt Elmer M. Schneider 'llinb" St. llt'0 1'loiiltl4'. llwlgx. 3 .... Kenneth G. Schroeder "Sleep" St. ll4'n4-mlivt. Mission C'lub I. Monogrznn C'lub 2 3 ,n. ai Q ROCK G. RY.-KN W. RYAN Swimming 1. 2, 3. l1lfl'iLf111ll'2ll Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Handball 1, 2 .... Ronald M. Serra "Rocky" St. Philip Neri. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 .... James C. Sheehan 'fWhitoy" St. Philip Neri. Lightweight Football 1, 2. Intramural Basketball 1, 4. Intra- mural llunclbarll 2 .... Conrad W. Silkowski "Connie" St. lironislzxva. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. National Honor Hovioty 3. Student Council 3, 4. Oriflamme Stall' 4. l'zLrniol-l.ito 4. Religious Count-il 3. Glee Club 2. lnlru. llzrnclbzrll 2 .... Gerald F. Sliga "Jerry" St. Marry .... Robert M. Stack "Bob" St. Dorothy. Swimming 3. Bowling 3, 4. Intro. Basketball 1-4. . . .Richard J. Stefan "Std" St. Clara. Student t'ounr-il 3, 4 CSN-'y. 45. llzuwo Coinmittvos: Junior Prom, llallowoon llznwo 4, llomovorning 4g Senior Prom. lllll'2lII'llll'2ll linskc-llmll dz llzinrlball 1, 2, 3. SATIQOWSIQI St'llAPI'l'Ill'l' SC'HNlCIlJlCl1 Stflllltllfllllili SIGRRA SIIlCl'IlI.XN SILKOWSKI SLIGA STACK S'I'l'll"AN fsfx 52:1 ,Cf V 1 ,S 't Sm -5 X 'J l , . -. . . 6 SLI Q 3-1 'rr-'TY ' C' 'iff-rf' STEPHENS STROPOLI STUDZINSKI SFFFIELD SIILSKI STEPHENS - TWARDOWSKI Eugene C. Stephens "Skip'l Blue Island H. S. Intra. Basketball Tournament 1, 2, 4, CChamps 43. . . . Thomas J. Stropoli "Stromps" St. Nicholas. Intra- mural Handball 1-3. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4. Wrestling Team 1, 3. Lightweight Football 1. . . . Frederick J. Studzinski "Fred" St. Michael. . . . William H. Suffield "Zuff" St. Cyril. School Band 2, 3. Bowling League 3. Intramural Basketball Tournament 1. Intramural Handball Tournament 1, 2. . . . Theodore P. Sulski "Rocky" Immaculate Conception. Bwlg. Lg. 3, 4. Intra. Basketball Tour- nament 1, 2. Intramural Handball Tournament 1, 2. . . . James W. Surane "Rocky" St. Kilian. Mono. Club 2, 3, 4. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. Track 1-4. Lightweight Football 1. Intramural Basketball 1-4. . . . Carter A. Szok "Smokes'l St. Nicholas. Intra. Handball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2 .... Donald D. Szymanski "Duck" Immaculate Conception. Intra- murals: Basketball 1-4. Handball 2. . . .Joseph S. Szymankowski "Joe" St. Nicholas. Wrestling 3. Track Team 2. Intra. Basketball 'Tourney 1, 2, 4. . . . Wayne R. Talcott "Campy" St. Dorothy. Mono- gram Club 3, 4. Carmel-Lite 4. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4. Lightweight Footballl. Bowling League 4. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 4, Handball 1, 2. . . . James P. Thavis "Jim" St. Bride. Intramurals: Basketball 1-4, Handball 1-4. . . . William P. Thompson "Bill" St. Kevin. Stu- dent Council 3. Homecoming Committee 3. Intra- mural Handball 2, 3, 4. Bowling League 3. . . . Thomas E. Twardowski t'Tiger" Sullivan. Intramu- ral Basketball l dz 2. Intramural Handball 1, 2. SURANE SZOK SZYMANSKI SZYMANKOWSKI TIXLCOTT THAVIS THOMPSON TW.-XR DOWSKI .QOO eww' -1 i 35 'A . W' 3 fa ,N 1-'I' 'Q' 4 ...- V.XLl'IN'l'l'I VXNlJlClCC.Xll VYZRAL WALL W.Xl.l.lIl'IlSl'lR .I. W.-XLSII L. WALSH M. WALSH VALENTE -WILKEY Irving Valente Hll'l'H lyllillllilll. Class S1-Ny. l: 'l'r1'a1s. 2. Span. Nlmlul 2. llouor lloll l-fl. llonor Sovivly 3, ll. Sc: Club 2. Slllflvlll flllllll. 3, 4. Car- 1110l-Liliv 3, -l. Jr. l,l'0lll N ll0llll'f'Ullllllf1, Comms. 3. lnlra. H2l,Slil'llNl1li 2-1. liwlg. Lg. 3, 4 .... Daniel P. Vandercar HlJllli'llH Hur Lady of l'1-21011. Sv. Club 2. 8111111-111 Coun. 4. Iloliclay IJ11111-1-N llUlIlPI'0IHlll1l Conuns. 4. SWllIlII1lllg 2. liwlgzg. Lg. 3, 4. intra. llaskctlmall 1 .... Francis J. Vyzral HFI'2LllH St. .'xtll'l2Lll. liaud 1. 'l'ra1'k 1, 3, 4. X-Country 2. Intra, liaskvtibzrll l, 2 .... John M. Wall "John" St. liorotilly. Honor Roll l. Mono. Cl11b 2-4. Mission Club 3-4. Varsity Football 2-43 Ltwt. Football 1. lVr0stling:g 1-4 CCO-Capt. 3, Capt. 43. Intra. Bas- ketball 1-4, Handball 1-4. . . . Robert M. Wallheiser "Bob" St. Philip Nori. Honor Roll 1. Mono. Club 3, 4. Svienve Club 2. Swim Team 2 - 4 CCO-Capt. 45. Track 1, 2. X-Country 1. . . . John J. Walsh "Irish" Sl. ci0illIllil2LllllS. Ltwi. l"ool1b:Lll 2. llll1l'2L. Basket.- ball l--1, Ilamllmall l, 2, 4. . . . Lawrence D. Walsh 'Alrish" Niagarzi. l+'ool.ball: Ltwlf. 2, llvywii. 3. In- lira. llaurlball 2, l3aslwi.li:Lll 2-3. . . . Michael D. Walsh 'llrishl' Si. liz-111-flivl. Llwi. l"ooI.ball l, 2. lnira. llilillfllbilll 2, liaslwiiball l-4 .... John D. Wantuch ".Ioln1"S1.. l4'c-lirfitas. lianrl l-4. llll1l'2L. lland- ball 2 .... George B. Weber "Goo" Sis. I'u1.1e1' Kel Paul. Mission Club 4. Ltwt.. Football l. 'l'rzu-k 2. Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 4, Ilandball 1, 2. . . . Ralph W. Wesolek "Cool Breeze" St. Mary Magdalene. Inl,ra- mural Handball 1, 2. Intramural liaskotball 1, 2. . . . Edward J. West "Erin St. Columbanus. Band 1-4 fPI'CSldClll 45. Monogramares 4. Lt,1vt,. Foot- ball 1. Intra. Basketball 1-4, Handball 3, 4. . . . Nicholas L. Wilkey 'iRed" St. Franc-is de Paula. Mon- Track ogram Club 2, 3, 4. Cross-Country l2, 3, 4. 2, 3, 4. Intramural Handball Tournament 1, 2, 4. WA NTVCH Wlilil-IR WICSOLIEK WEST WILKIQY E' YE ,V .1 , I WILLIAMSON WISNIEWSKI WITKUS ZIRRETTA WILLLAMSON - ZUIKER Patrick H. Williamson "Pat" Our Lady of Peace. Bowling 3. Wrestling 1. . . . Eugene A. Wisniewski "Bugs" St. Mary Magdalene. Honor Roll 1. Debating 2. Cheerleading 1-4. . . . john A. Witkus "Lugan" Niagara 2. Mission Collectors Club 2. Intramurals 1-4. . . . Donald A. Woolf "Don" St. Bride. Student Council 3, 4. Junior Prom, Halloween, Homecoming dz Holiday Dance Committees. Track 1. . . . Leo A. -Q5 5 MM . fait .,... ...4,- ..,V- A A Q A ' N VVOOLF ZEISICL ZUIKER Zeisel "Diesel" Warren. Student Conn. 3, 4. Junior Prom Committee. Wrestling Manager 3. Bowling 3. . . . Joseph R. Zirretta"Pretty Boy"Holy Rosary. Intramural Basketball 1 .... Arthur L. Zuiker 'tZuke" St. Mary Cliiverdalej. Student Council 3, 4. .Iunior Prom Committee. Lightweight Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3. Bowling 3, 4. Intramural Basketball Tournament 1-4. Intramural Handball 1. Not pictured: Michael E. Semancik PETER KEARNS HAROLD LYNG Zin Memoriam Peter Kearns. When God called Pete to partake of the reward He has pre- pared for the Blessed, everyone knew that Carmel had given up a true son of Our Lady. Un April 15, 1952, he died of cancer, after having lost his leg to the disease. He was only a Sophomore, but he gave example to inspire us all. Harold R. Lyng. When he arrived here from Niagara in his Sophomore year, he soon made many friends. Everyone who knew him liked him. His death came on May 25, 1952, in an automobile-train collision. God used him as an example to show us our great weakness and His ability to take us whenever He chooses. 37 Junior Class Officers i ' ggi ar X 5 l GERALD MARCINIAK ROBERT FATTORE STEPHEN PENCZEK WILLIAM HARE Vice-President Treasurer Secretary President CARMEL'S JUNIOR CLASS MEMBERS SHOW OFF CORRECT FORM AT TYPING KEYBOARDS -x , ,.4.,...-,Mm T CIII-SJ: Front Row, Left to Right: William Gaffney, o D.pDevine, P. Daum, C. Dela + John Harkins T. Didesch Juniors nr y, , . Middle Row: J. Reilly, Richard Niestrom, Thomas Conwell, F. Chas. Basse. Last Row: Marcus J. Hipskind, Fran Egan, D. Kula, Thomas Hayes, Noe Brouilette. Center CIII-65: Front Row, Left to Right: P. Cunningham, Tony Huff, Bob Joseph Berdelle, Dan Soutar, John Quinlan, John Chambers. Second Row: John Hawrot, William Hanley, Albert Hill, Joseph Moreno, Thomas Byrne. Third Row: Pat Dougherty, Bob Stake, Willizini Flavin, Tom DeFord, Chuck Joseph Sarbicski, Robert O'Ma1ley, Absent: Henry M. Matz. Bottom LIII-53: Front Row: Marty Pat VValsh, Jeff Barry, Jerome Slawkowski, Robert Sailer, Thomas McGrath, Bob Hobson. Middle Row: John Mitchell, Mike Shanahan, Charles Fusco, Paul O'Hanlcy, John Rach, Bob Elmer VVagner. Back Row: Emmett Jerome Murray, James MeCormick, Michael Dick DesPartc, Andy John Pakis, lid XVeber, Robert Burian. Absent: Joseph Claudio, John Kapcs, Bill Ryan, Robert Smith. 39 Top IIII-413 I'II'uIlI limp IA-It In IHQIII: ,IIN-pl. Ilmyyl lim- Iimv: I". SI'illI'ZOXYSIiI. Il. C'1'c-utll. 1i.Sw:-clln-rg,.I,Buttu, Hmm SZIIIIINIQI, Iiivluglnl IIninI'm'1I-I, mIl'cII'ilIIl, If, IiI'llIllIil'IIl, Mi-I Ill' P11lk,5.f'if'f'r'f1,-I. HUFUI BSIVIK IUJWZ P. UISIIPA1. IA. Iirlllzlrll, I Hung ,I, 31.-11,1-Illyi Ny Z,,Hl.,3 .I. U'M:u-11. W. Milmlitis. Ii, I,:u'srn1, lIikcXSl1IIiv:111. Bottom IQ. limlw--kv, lf '1'.,i,iy1. lg-X-in lf, +III-41: I'iI'UIlI ICmv:I.v1't in Right:I'If1w1mISylvvstm-r Kvlly, I-Iwyrmlxl-, ITSM-1-.Ar-. If Xlzm'-m, William Ch-m'gv Iimwm. Iiif-Inzmi .I. Ilvrvilu. VI'iIli:Im Sylvvstvr IAHN1 Ihmg lQ.'1-Hip Si,-I-,A .lulm ,In IDN-xv. I'IfIW1ll'lI IJ, CWJUIQ, IJur1:1IfI IQ. Ilrzm-Wim-Iii. Miclfllf- Huw: I,I-xx:ImI1mxIxi, 'If Mvlh-y'x11u1l. 'IYJI11 I1'ImIm4I Iil'ZIIl. Ii. I'i1lIUUIlI1.fIIIl1IIUIIIIIZ Iiif'I1:u'1I f'rmx'1', Xf U'SIw:1, 'If I.1m'.-ry. X,Xmm:1r1, Ihmlwm IIIINIIIIi'Nl'II Center IUI4 -XfIZ1I1lf'Zj'I'l.-I. Frm-y. Lust Iiow:.IrN-pll I,,.I11flgm-, .Icm-ph +HI-623 I'1ll'Nl Ii-mu, Init I-w Iilglmri VY, lIw1II1z1:m, .I K'r'mu-, I,2lII'If'Ii I'1IilIlIlLf11ll. IIIf'I111I'4I flihlmnf. Ilan Ilfflgy-wsu, .l, Clif- XI311wIxIm'y',I3Ii:1l11Iv:m,.I.KIvIMVVIIII,IJIxx:mIIY:mIA1vI..KIIwI1III- l'wl'fI, .X, Iivllllvy. VY. -IJIIIIUJVIVII. .XIN'I1t: I'Ix:1rI1-H fix-zrmll. 44a Top CIII-33: Front, Row, left to right: James G. Stack, Bob Connors, Leon J. Dourlet, Ed Kwitko, James J. Stenson, P. I Bloise. Middle Row: Ron Cara, Jim St. Leger, William Reum, Tony W. Arredia, E. F. Curran. Back Row: T. Salmon, Mzirtv Lynch, Raymond J. Kuzniar, T. Fox, Harold L. Firestone, Edward John Boyd. Center CIII-25: Front. Row: James Guzik, Bob Rampage, Jas. P. Lyons, James Hernbrott,,M.J.Manning. Middle Row: Bob Czajkowski, Tim Mi'NdI1111I'11, Gone Gritlin, Richard Bringzize, Bob Lonibzircli. Back Row: John Cannon, Larry Vlloznizik. Norbert Sznmski. Stanley Kawulerski, Bob Mison, Bob Swift. Absent: Ric-hard Miller, Pzitrirk Reynolds, Gil Yager, Bottom KIII-3l: Front Row: P. Davis, J. McCann, Steve Zelenikn, Verne F. Iiclgzir, P. Sheedy, J. E. Owen. Middle Row, B. G. Brown, J. Regan, H. DuChene, Mat VVQ-Sby, B. Navarro, D. L. Bt'I'I11iF,vV. Russell. Back Row: Barry R. Fitzgibbone, John Rielnircl Johnson, Edward Benedict Donovan, l'ldw:i1'd Joseph Tho- nietz, James P. Egan, Tom Kelly. Absent. Kenneth Reilly. 41 b-. Q-sv '33 .rf QY 'rv 515 'W . Top 4'III-11: First Huw, 1,1-ft lu 111111112 ,lim Cizigglimm, Torn 1imx':.1o11m1yGm'c1o11,Pz1u1Mv1v:m,Bi11H:1rv, LII1-i01qll112lI'1Ck Iilm-xiuslai, .Mmm-s 1111:-mug 1'I11w:11'c1 Iivrl-av, William Ilnwkizls, C'lmr1vsID11gg1:m. GI'ill'IH0I12iIIl1F.T1l1I'C1R0WIC10OI'1-1,0L011I1CI'01' I .1111-li Mc'C'u1lu111. N-11111141 limvi -1311105 .1. Mi11stu1w, John li, Dmzfl, .lc-rry Mauwfillizzk, Gfrralml 11u1w1'I 1":1lIrm-, .hm-p11 1-'lm11. 1NI1Jol11, 1iic'1m1'c1V1'i11ii11s, Curl A. 13:1114-. Bottom KIII-11: FiI'SI .lulm 1511-xwlu-111. 1141x'v .1. 1iw1m:-r, limv:P:1t1-ir'14Ifulmvy.110114-1-1 R1-linslci, 1101121111SI11'1J1C'S1i1, Lzxrry 11i111iupp, 11111111141 F1111-A 111i'1lIlI'11 -1. 1i11'11l1'. ,1N1lfJI11I1S 1,. 'I'1'ir11c-y, .11-Vry Mrmt.:1g:,lu-. Sr-1111111 Row 11111l1'111'1ll1,'1111111111llXX'I1'1411'111I'l'j', 13411113111-11s,.I1u-14 S11l't'11liIl,.1U111lc1U1lI'Uy,C1IJI'Ill'11llS Mvluniphy Iii-'lm--11,0111-:1r',.l-11111131-willy11111111111131-11.1115--pl.151-1-llim. 1-ffl 1,fl1'I'y M. I.11I11v1', Hill Sl'1llIl2iIl. Thirrl Row: Pc-tr-1' Holvwivz llzmmxxnlxi, Hill 4111111121111 Center III-21: Ifixwl 11-m':.1f,1m -1J1IIll'r1A'l'11K'21Yf'j',f'2lS1II111'11Ull1SP1fJ1'1'i0XN'h1'i1,-101111110131211111 1111g1'1l'1l,S11'X't'1,L'11I'7f1'1x,111111111111N1Il"1i.,1H1l11xY4l4111X. Swminl 1J:l11'1K'1'iXYIl1511.111lIll'1f'5.X11111U1lyYUI111i21S,.1fJ1l115141711911 113114-r 41 Sophomore Class Officers JOHN McKEE JAMES McCULLOUGH Treasurer Secretary JOHN KUNKEL WILLIAM BRYA President Vice-President BUDDING MATHEMATICIANS OF SECOND YEAR PORE STUDIOUSLY OVER PROBLEMS OF GEOMETRY ' -Lx C1 Q9 ffl 3- X4 ,r Top III-51: I'1I'lHl1 limv. 1,4-fl lu I-liglmli XYilli:1m li. Klillvr. Ifllis,J:1yM1'M11lmI1. S0f'lJIlllROXYI Jovllosf-11,T0mA.T:1k:1Sh Iwll1llllIl5 Smith, Ifllge-111' NIuri:u'ly. liulwrl'l'1':u-y,Fl'11llyIJ1u'i:x. .IimC'i1'c-si, Bill Drmlwlly..Iiu1D11,f.xg:111, Rormlfl Biclclukivwicz Truly '1wl'iIlll1L, KIi4l4il4- linux I Iiivk '1'l1i1'clRmx':Iicf11 Kl'llC'g0I',PQHI1Hig2illlJfJTlli1Ill,GrK'0.IJI'Likl11ii'l1 lf.'l'm11N,.Iul1I1 Iluln-1'xy, Ch-nv P. HuyHrmgrluml..Xll1mMvsko, INIic'l1:wlStc-rlsolx, Bill Dorlnvlly 0 S 'l'1111uvy, IM-nuif QVQYQJIHIIJIQ .lim Bottom III-51: I"ruut Row. 1,4-ft to Right: Hir'h:11'dPuf'k0tT lil-I-k,IiUIN-1-I lizwmmxwki, liwk Curl Z1-11r'k:1. .Xl I'If'I'IlI1llK1PZ. .lulm-s Ili-1TcArn:m, Don Oylirivn Iimx i CQ. l5:1I'l'Ax',.I1m'pP1 INI1ui4lm'11. T, liutlr-V. Sc-r-rmrl Iiow:.IiI11 Hnstiv, Bill Joyrf-, J. O'Brivl1 Pillll lim':u'v1'i4'l1. .hm-plu llulv. liill I'iI'fiiIll'X. Dix-lx Pin-klmrll. .Xntlmlxy IiZll'ZIl1I1l'f'Zj'k,'IQUII1Iiillllllll,VFUIIIPI'K'llC1l'I'Lf1iSl. Third lJ1'I1Ili5 I". U'Sl1v:1. Center XII-Zvg l-'1-.ml Hmm. Imli lu liizlnti Huw: lJ,Sr-vlv, XY.HI'if'kIl11lll. M. I,I'fJkUIM'ILk, li. Kusi11ski,T lxum Pm-lm-rs, Hula lizulvi, 'llum limmrxvy. ,xilflllilly 191111111-. ISM, HHIPIH.IYElIlc'1ll'l1'I'. ,Xlnwnti -1. Iiyrm-. IJ. Pznmxzu, lf, IN-slmk -H -V.-r I I . I 1 s Q l I . f-A-- L- 1 Top CII-41: First. Row, Left to Right: Don Paetsrh, Joseph DeVita, Tom Muszynski, Ray Preden, Terrence Sheridan, Bill Gcnell, Don Looney, Jim Kay. Scvond Row: Ray Leuser, Dick S Kwityn, Thomas Kavanagh, Jim Woods, Edward J. Beers. Third Row: Philip Jordan, Robert F, Naminski, John O'Neill, Douglas Barton, Jim Daly, George J. Sadowslci. Center CII-25: First Row: Tom Shanahan, L. R. Coffey, Edward Cann, John Theis, Thomas Grojean, Joseph D. l Glevson, Tom Burton. Sovond Row: Jim OlHarc1, Holm Kelvlcfy, John Keelan, J. Mathieu, Dennis Kasper, A. Katauskas. Third Row: J. Chololvwa, L. Corbin, F. Trottvr, S. Piorkowski, D. Mahoney,J.ReGd,K.l'rhan. Absent: T.Mc-Laughlin. Bottom III-43: First Row: Boh Bridgman, D, Reidy, J. lillllliilllllll, F. Schuler, J. Walsh, John Brennan, J. VVatus, Sw-oml Row: R. Lyons, D. Skoniclai, J. Simmons. M. Dwyelr, R. Andi-vw MacDonald, J. Bryant, J. O'NQill. Third Row: A. Lynrh, J.F. Moritz, L. Lusignan, VV. Mc'Cain, M. Pannitto, P. Cleary, Miko Koehler, Absent 2 Edward P. Altman, Donald Anthony Young. 45 nv? I I l . 'Ur Top III-35: l'll'HIll Huw, lvl! to I'lLL'll1f limi: .X. clLJSIll'l', Bill lfclw. liivt:l,.l. I4l1KI1lI1Ti1QQl1I', Ii1'I1Il0tllCjl2lI'l'i,BOlJfJ,CJOIlIl0I',A. .lulm Suvlu, lirm11:1lflS. lJZllllH'Zj'llSlil. 'llllHIllIlS lfmil lil:1wiIIv1'. Iii:-llc-1', Holm XNrI'lli'I'. Swoml How: J. Nolan, IJ. Mf'Cz11'tl1y,P. llivla Zlmivrslxi, VJ-llllfllll C'la:1r'l1-Q lfln-yv1', L. f'Z1iI'Ili'f'l-il, ll, Sr-lmwf-itzvr, S. Yc-mlinzxk. C. Griffin, R11-fl1'w'x'y. xylllllllll NI. .lum-5. T.M:1f'l1u1':1.3l'clRow:lJ.Mr'C:11'tl1y,l3.Sl1:mno11, l'l,Mr'Cu1'tl1y, 0 S Sm-mul llmv: lfmlw. Nlzmlmy, liill Iiul1P1'i1uuzic-..I,IXIvIXI:1lm11..I.,Xnu-mlulu, L.IJuy1ce,I,.K111-cy, IJ, U'Xvill. .lim-pln If Klrumf. J. Bottom III-31:54-rm-41:11. Kzlwifwki, K,lS1-own,Kllitc-l1ice,.I. 'lf c'UllIll'IAS. C'l1:u'lf-5 'lf l.I1l'N1Jll. xlf',Xl1lf'y, P. Hj'1lIl,.l.fJlfl0llIl0l'. Miclcllc- liuw: J. Sic,-llxluzlzvk, .Xll-'11 lf. Z1-xnvlm. lhm lf. llvrlwrt. 'l'l1i1wl Ibm:l7:1x'i-lZl-gl-1-5, 141.3101-i:11'1y'. l5.Ht11clclr-rt,G.S1:m11n1,l,.Cf:1stu,N.lim-mlminski, S. lQ:l1'!:1l:l.l'l1:ll'll'S 'll-4-I:ux'. ,X..Xll1ll'l'N'll.llZll'lIlllllIlXlN,.l4lllII Julm I".S1f-pivkzl. l5.S1'll1lfl1'lll.lJUlbl51lllII1jI,Iil'l, li:1yl".G1'cQr1, li.Sl-111111-lwlu-1-lg,NlqmirilfIIy1m.Center II-1 +3 l'rwml limxi X, I'f'l1f-rm-k. Hula lXIf'XlIllj', lluvicl li:1r'l:m', lY:1lt1-1' J. SII1l1ill?li. -lm Top CII-65: Left to Right, First Row: Joe Conwell, Paul Gousset J. Abramic, Bill Marley, J. O'Connor. Second Row: i J. Simmons, George Sedlnck, J. Cronin, Bob Omiecinski, Bill Blanchard. Third Row: Ray P. Scully, Tom Lnhm, Dennis P. Clifford, J. Okoniewski, Jim Davenport, M. Sullivan. Center CII-lj: First Row: James R. Gould, C. Solbrig, M. Gnlkowski, C. Ludwa, J. McCullough, Joseph Jackson. Second Row: E. Dietrick, W. Septoskl, John Kunkel, J. Hillcry, Tom Ruf, Bill Bryn, Thomas Podl, G. Morgan, Bill Dcwycr. Third Row: J. Mulroy, Vito Litvinas, H. Voss, Mikc Feldmirer, Ed. Krutzler, L. Kucharski, John D. McKee. Absent: MikeHnnley. BottomCII-63: First Row:Boh Rheinheiner, Jim Dohnhuc, J. Muzurck. Thomas Grifiin, Wliyne Terrance, Bob Taylor. Second Row: Hugh Davis, J. Petorka, James Richard Reifciss, Robert Muttliew Persin, Philip V. Gleeson, Paul Bernard Comer. Third Row: Jerry A. McLane, M. Boyle, R. Bohling, J. Hicks, J. Gintz, McCnrtnn, Bob Hanson. Absent 1 D. Daly, Robert J. Nielscn, Roger Leo Pfohl. 47 Freshman Class Officers nv-wg.. 1- K7 P' or C' ,A-:I . ,L ROBERT ROACHE JOSEPH O'GALLAGHER Vice-President Treasurer FRANCIS NOURIE JACK MITCHELL President Secretary I 6 I II I I IK I,f-fl rw II1'm1' IYiIIi:u'n C U'C'fmmAII. IRI U'Dur1mAII..InT'1r1BIf'C,fm1r'1. .Izurws IXIUIISIIIZIII, .Iosr-ph Iilimvz IIIHIII Ixx I' ix 111111-mIII. .XI X4'lK'I'IH'1II.1III'IIIJ1II1IL1X'f'.T4JII'I IICIIIFIIIIUXYINfJI'II'1STllIJIT4"I1. I'IfIIII'lI1fIZQIIIUUII. I'IfIW1lI'fII'IIII1I' I IIII I N PII I I' HN : NOI'IM'I'I I,i-mxx'sIfi. IioIwrt Ii111'r1:1s, -IIIII Put'I'l1um-51YYiII1:ImKr-f'z1:,m. IIUI1PI'f.'IIlIIJI'I'.-I21II1I'SIJIII0llTIx4 1 3, 1. s. X31 f ,,,,,fk,, .f Jw? Wf Top CI-lj: First Row, Loft to Right: Thcotlore Hzillzis, Joel OyG1lll3glll3F,TllOH121S McFzi1'lz1nd, John Henning, John Gnu-Q ' Andrew F. Bulfor. Sevoncl Row: Thomas J. Carlisle. Joseph H. r S Schuhle, Harold Vrzihel, Thomais Rolowirfz. Third How: Francis Xourie, Timothy HinShCy, Miko Savage, Dave Boran, Daniel Small, John Patrick, Joc Brown. Centor QI-SJ: First Row: Jerry Gaffney, Edward J. Lyons. John Kewitz, Russell McElll1anoy, Tom Cimino. St-cond Row: Bill Nehel, .Xl'Il1llI'C'tiSlI'f"lOIl. Jams-s .fXiir'ivri. Donzilcl Zinurly, Tl1OII1t1Sli.POI1Zl2lIlO. Thirflliow: HziyBz1i'ziI1.Put1'it'kF:1looi1n. John Cihocki, li:1lpl1H11ghes. lfiolwI'tPait'ii1i, Dorizilllllitvllvll. Bottom KI-15: First How: .lorry Sziluiniv, Julian Olr-jiiic-zzili. .Xclriun Kiiiswic-ki, Hnrolrl D'Or:izio. John lioylv. John fjllflfh Second How: Alhcrt li. Knowslqi. Mirlnivl Sinunons. lYilli:11n Towne, John Dolan. Thircl How: Ge-mlrl Fuloonzi. l,z1w1'f1m-cf Darrow, Thomas l-Iclwqirtl Wvnrgiii, Wvillinin Daniel lirorlvrivli. lXIlCl13E'lTllOH1LlSBIl1l'l'L1j'. Donz1lclJohnGalvin, l.il1'l1tiI'IlFl'QIll'l'lf' Otto. Not Pirtxiiulz Wiillium H. Quinlan. lVilli1un li. Cziiwlcw. 40 1- 95 QC fit 'cs -5 11 i wr' , X 3, 1 1- , , 'X' ti '53 ,Q , Y Q' Top 'I-Zi: l'll'Hlll limmg li-ll to iiglitz fNl:ii'Iiii lf. llwym-i'. Bula Mziiix,Tvi'i'z-iic-i-.Xlia-zirii. lioiizilmlllviifmml,Gvoi'gc-VVVSS,Goi'zii'cl llmir-liv, l-'iuiiik .X, l,i-llu, ,lqiiiii-5 liiwm ii. IhiiiqililIJ1ivif,Miilillv Tuiiivzzili,P:iti'im-kliolziiicl. BOITOIHROXYI-lZlj'Tll1JII12lgHlllZl'Ilg2i, limi':l-hiyiiiiiiiillDu1isiii:iii.liwlwi-t I-j1lu'1ml.I:ii-ky. Vlliltvi' lYySzyiiski, Nzitlixiii H. liiirt, VVillium lii':iliiwx'sl-Qi. .luliii Nlziirili. llulwii Str-rlmziii, lfiigviic- Mit:-livll. Bottom rI-23: l"I'0Ill How: G1-orgv lf, Svliiiiiilt. Pliiliis fl, 'l'liiiiiiwii. Sm-litli-lwii. .lim-pli lizililiii, lfclwzirfl limwii, lifilwrt Gzillziglicig llmiziiwl llm-prix .l. M1-lhiiiiif-ll, fic-iuilrl Slim-ziliaiii, liiigviic- li. 01-1-lmwski. Miclcllm- lirm':VVz1ym: liuvk limit .lim-yili I'iN:iiski. Hill Mzwkiz-, .luliii IJiimili,.Iol1ii xlllllfllill.-l1tllll'Sljlllfill,-lilI'I11'Sfl. liiiigziiiziii, ll. ll. liilluii, .lqiiiivf Klziiiiii. Center il-32: lfi-will Urvlimvsl-Qi. Yytr-iiis P1-lriisis, IC. ifliiirfii. Iiottoni Row: Paul limi : liulu-it YY:ilsli, llmiqiiwl T. liiila. -l111l1l'- liivilli-, llzittlii-xx' Vivflaik, Fmiik l,om':ii', William Sf'lllllI1l'1ll'lii', .lov O'Cfoiin0i'. iliilyltllfl,llYl4ll'l1'lf'l'xl3,ilqlllllllllxllylilllll.lXIl1l1llVlii7NI,xllH'l'l-l. ,klm-iit l'rrni1pif'ti1r'v:Pxiiilfi.Oftf-iiflorf,Vl'illi:i11iF,llvilmzin. SU Top CI-83: Front Row, Left to Right: Ken T. Jackson, .Joseph Guzzo, Gordon Ferguson, Tom Daly, Joseph Reynolds, James Mc'Donncll. Middle Row:Dav1d A. Rucinski, LeonardJ. Bajenski, DennisHearne,l5dwardK.Barry, John Simon, Demctrio J. Bellan. Back Row: Alfred W. Welker, Frosh T. Tyma, D. Gionowski, Jim Morley, John Vaieiulis, John Lino, John P. Brennan. Middle CI-63: Front Row, Leftito Righty: Gerald Jackowski, Roger Nowak, John McGuire, Dick J i Salik, Jim Donnell, Robert Glynn. Middle Row: Bob Beebr-, lid Larson, David Biederman, Pat Coleman, Dick Maslanka. BillW:1ll, DavidShannon. BaCkRow: Thomas Roarh, Ric-hard Pratt, Bob Walsh, Ron Murphy, Raymond Kroll, Dirk Hobson. Bottom CI-85: Front Row: John R. Mirabell. Bud Kulusie, Frederick J. Brizek, Bernard J. Velk, Edward E. lNIangcrson, John P, Toman. Middle Row: Robert Miehael Conry, Kenneth Dugan, James Phillips, John lN'IeGrath, Bill Hynes. Back Row: Jim Cavarretta, Paul Kovacs, Harry Brown, Bill Houle, Ken Hartman, Ed Holly, Tom Harkins. Absent:l1ldwardCOsgr0ve. Sl p I-41:1-'irxl Ii11x1:I.1-11 111IIig111:.li111II111111:111. li:15111-111-1 liwli. 1111111111 W 1111, NI111111 Ttfllfl. .I111111-S ISUV11, xvilliillll XI1'I'l'N- uvilli:1!11 ID. H111'11f', f'11:1111'N I'.1l1'I'. f'l1:1ll1'X 11111111111 HI1'I1I1:1l1, NUIHJI1 f' 111111-111 rlillifflIQUXVI-Ifif'lilll1f'l,l'lflU'21I'fl S-11-111111 Ii11'1-.:'l'1-111-1111111111111111 U'5I1llix':111.H1'1:111.I.Imwxf.I5f11'11:11'1lMf1f2i1111,IiillII1'r1111:11l1'1z .H111 Xlvrwl-1. .lm-11111 IV11111 1,N1.j1, I':111l li, fwl1I1rT1'I'NU1I. C'r11'11f-lillx I"i1z111:1111'if'r'. Bottom KI-4,11 f.1l'1',:111lH1'x11l,1111111-'53 ,'-f H111 I'11N1 111111 1 Pf'Y1'I' l'Il1111N11x'i1'l1. 'l'l1f1111:1f 171111-, .l11I111 KMIJI: IJUII 'l'P1111l lifmi I'1:11111N .I H111-1x I.:1111l1, I.flx',:11k1l Ii'1111p111'r-,111111101Iii1'l1.v. S1-14111111 Ii11u'iPl1ilip li11"1'11-i KI1'XI:11.11:1, IJ. I'11ilI1g1w NI:1111111'1' S1:1fI li11l1l11111I1I11f1 YYilIi:1111 I71111:1I1l 5111111111-X. I11 11.-1x 51111111-1,li11E-1111 l,.1.111111111111111IJ111:11N.Center I-3 1 XXf1'.'111-Ii:1x111f1111I l'i-f'I1!. 11111111-11 II1111f1IIf11'11111111. 'I'I1i1fiIi11u: 1 11N1-111111-1:11111'I-i111:11:1X.l,H11:'N f,11.'11-1X7-1,1 11111111111 X1 11111111 'IWI1 111.1 311111,Y11f1lI1191.11lXIi1:1I11,I"1':1111'iNKiNzkz1. 1 . . . I l.,1L1111g1 l111iKI x.11',1li11 ..II11' 1-11 11111111 l,. N111 1'l1f1U. l1lf'11:111lf1, H:111111:111l1..l:1H11-xlz.1111111311111 Top CI-75: Front Row: loft to right: J. Carey, Bob Barton, Dennis Meehan, Thomas Simmons, El1nerVVzir0. Middle Row: Bob lily, Steven lizyski, Robert Stzmgel, Thomas Loftus, James Morzin, James Dougherty. Bacfk Row: Ralph Genovese, B. Craig, James Mullziney, John Tolley. Center CI-53: Front. Row: John Bonheld, Hiclmrd Birk. Bill Crot, Tonv Mills. Middle Row: Stephen Motokar, Warren I. Potts, Willl2i,Il1 Riley, James Dnrkin, Thomas J. Lynrh, Ray Brosius. Burk Row: John Fisrhl, Vlliyiif- liivc-, John Olson, U D. James, John O'Brien, LYIHHI1 Donald Moore, l'?e1'i1:u'rlW'. Conway.Absent:Ric'hnrcll,orcl,Pzitrirkl.c-user,JohnS11llivz1n. Bottom KI-75: Front How: Thomas J. Cliliorrl, liir-hzird D. Mr-Laughlin, William Stanley. Thoinzis Cook. .lose-ph Goloh, DGIll1lSH02lIJllj'. Middle Row: Rol1e1'tPzivif-lx, DonalflP.D:1ly, Clizirles J. Moore, liclwuril C. Koster-li, Mielizis-l Bzilrlof-rhino, Dennis R. Mulrolm. Gerzilcl Slieeliaiii. Bottom Row: lxillllillll L. Vlvojeik, Theodore G. Fl1lll'6'Ill52il'liCl'. lYilliz1m Pxitrivli lfgzm. Yvllllillll li. Mc' Mahon, Reid D. Thomas. Alisa-in 2 John Dorian. 53 '1 ,m1 W T1'l ' ':7F:"'Z21'v!' fJ1Q.?S'!" N' A f J? 1 I is 4 V7 Vs gg ,4 Q Y f A . 5 5 ? QQ -5- E- : yi. '? 1 - ' lf f fzh .- - ' "QA-'Sf' ,l " f THE STAFF OF '54: Sl-:lil-ll, lr-ll to llgllt: llflllzllcl IXIllSlK'll, Mitvllvll lSp1ll'l3lnf4lilol'l,St:lll1lillg:Mic'kvy INIOOVPlAl'flSll,lQOI1 N,l,lX1l'IX'IlllllJll llfllilIll'-ill-f'lli1-lj, l'lI1Illl'l'l'llllJl'l'l lNIUlli'l'lllfJl'l, llllllg IXIKJVIIIIIII, Tom Griflill, Tom li0I'lI, ,lim llllvv, Qlilllllll' Silliowslii. Oriflamme Annual Year-Book Bent on More 8l More Revolutionary Techniques 8. Style NXT, lllv sllllli ol' '54, llINl1'l' lllt' lllllt' glliclzlllcc' ol l"l', lyrlllvlfl, llzlvl' ll'lt'Cl to plvsvlll III lll1S vcllllrlll EIII 1IIl4'l'- vslillgg lllll l'zlc'lllzll IICCTUIIIII ol llll' SlllClt'Ill lili' pl'csc'llt :ll lvlfhlllll fl2lI'I1l1'l ClllI'lIlQ llll' scllclol lm-l'lll ol' l'Ff5 54 ll IS Olll' llrlpl' llllll llllf CllSllllglllSllll1l1 Clll2llllll'S ol lllls plllllicwlliclll, sllcill lls, lllc- l'llll lllli'S, lllm' vivicl silllollvllvs ul' lllf' rlivisioll pzlgvs, llllcl lllc' lllllJl'l'CC'flt'llll'Cl IIHIIQK' ol c'olcll'r'rl ink, will alll Cffblllllllll' lo lllillil' llliS llll' lillvsl Ollflmllnlw ill lllr' :lllllzlls ul' Cflllnllll'l's llllllg' llisloly. ATZIIIY IJillI1Sl2lliIIIQ llUllI'S ll2lVl' llc'r'll SIDUIII ill IJlllJllHllllllQ l'l2illl1'I' l'1clllc'l'l'S llilllll SllfTfTl'SSlV4' YCLII' llrlclle wllivll wr: ' XX'0l1lCl lilir' to llc'lic'vm' will llvvvr llc- l'Cllllllll'Il, IIUI only STANGEL, CAPABLE STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER, AT WORK. ill lllc' fillc' Clllilllly of its ?lI'l work lllll also its llllulus. GRIFFIN AND MITCHELL SELECT SPORTS PICTURES. MUSICH, FR. EDBERT AND MORMAN CHECK PROOFS. Y" , W I . l , i. l f 4 'XR 'nf 5 X. MN., 0-'rwuvlnlf -Q 5 , Q, . --g.. MM I 1 I EDITOR MARTY CHECKS POINT WITH ARTIST MICKEY MOORE. MUSICH AND LUCE TYPE COPY FOR PRINTER. ALL IN A NIGHT'S WORK- DRAWINGQ CHOOSING, MEASURING PHOTOSQ WRITING COPYQ PASTING DUMMY 1 ? 5 KOCH GETS PROFESSIONAL CAMERA LESSONS. Y P. STAFF OF '53-'54: Sfwliwl, lvll tu rigzlul: VI'illi:1m liully. Iinyl-s,M. O'L'or111m'. SIIIIIIIIIIQJQI C'.I71ig:g:111, Ii.Iiry:i, I7.Ponsvtli, nil rl flllllll 'XII limi 4 mm l'XIfwImi mul ll mx I' YN il I1 Ill is Ilmn I ml I max I Muliuzi xml In X ilmnlc Ilulu-l'l Ilnl '-X 'I ' ', I. . I l v , w - I 1 rw v ,Q .- 4. 4 I-lv f.v -. . -1 .I I .. , ... . , , , . I .,. I . Carmel-Lite Students' Monthly Publication Strives to Aid School Morale 'Ilia' CI:11'111m-l-l,il1' slznll, c'oi11pc'lc'i1lly clii'c'c'lc'cl lay Mr. flziwiiv, xl1c'c'c-vrlvcl in lmi'iiig'ii1g lu lllr' slumlvnls ul' fiziriiivl ll svrivs ul' IIIIVIQIIIIIQ :incl Illl.OI'lll2llIVt' issuvs ol' this lltlcllliuiml IJIIIJIICIIIIIJII, As usuzll, ilu- lslslvs ull t'VI'I'YOlI4' wwe' C'Ol11lJIl'li'IN szllisllml in c'w'ry issuv. Sc'x'c'1':1l Svrllors, in pz1x'lif'1llzlr, mvril spvrizll llll'll- llcm. Iiolu ISm1c'c'l4 lIlllSl llc- r'r1111111r'i1rl1'rl Im' his llll- llrimg 1'11cIc'z1x'm's lu vclil Zlll UIIISIZIIIIIIIIQ pzipvr. Ilzirry Hfiycs zmcl Ilill Ilully, .Xssislzlnl Ilclilm' :mtl Spurlx Lclitor 1'n'spc'CLiv4'ly. prm'iclf'cl ilu' IIIIIQIOI' smmtr- ul' Ilif- usuzxl amd LIIIHISIIIQ' zxrliclvs ol' this IIIOIIIIIIY orgzui. SILKOWSKI AT WORK ON HIS LAUGHl?l1COLUMN, The Cz11'i11cI-Lita' zinolluci' IIPZIIIIKT in CIz1r111crI's cup. ILEFTI SENIOR MEMBERS CHECK OVER GALLEYS. IRIGHTI JUNIOR GROUP PREPARES COPY FOR PRINTER. lx i -N M.....,,,,,wN . --4' M MODERATOR GAWNE SUPERVISES PREPARATION OF COPY AND PHOTOS BEFORE DELIVERY TO THE PRINTER. - . Art h N-ew -Moderatolr Quides Artists in lIariot1s.Te-chniques: U Flgurlne Modeling, Having obtained a new moderator this year, advo- cates of the Art Club contributed much to the ma- terial success of the school. Fr. Casimir's guidance proved invaluable from the very first when the club was making posters for various school activities, e.g., for pep-rallies. At the invitation of the religious de- partment of the school the organization performed its next service P they made posters illustrating the Marian Year, which were placed in each classroom and will remain there till the end of Mary's year. Many will remember the unique and excellent vo- Screen and Oil Painting, Posters cation display which appeared in the Student Center during the month of March. As a last activity of the year, the Art Club,s ingenious members designed and created the posters that designated each room,s goal and present progress during the annual raffle drive. Receiving Certificates of Merit for their excellent work in oils and inks from Scholastic Art Awards were George Sachtleben and Pat O'Shea. Freshmen Ed Brown and Tom Bohling produced many distinc- tive statuettes. Mickey Moore, Orillamme artist, produced original work but was hampered by illness. IN CLUB'S BASEMENT STUDIO FR. CASIMIR DIRECTS THE PLANNING OF SOME MARIAN YEAR POSTERS. :fi ARTISTSQ S1-:ntl-fl. I1-H 11,3 right: W. ,XV.wSllf'lI, WUI. S1ll4IKIl'1'I, ing: Xvilylli' R. Fisvlml, Ric'l1:11'cl H. Pllvkvtt, -IIIIHDF Stuvk. l7:mivl l':1IIu-1' C ilFlIllH', .Mlm IC, N-111111111-1-lwwli. Illilllllif Slllllll, Stuml- M, IJ:-villv, Hv111'y H. Voss, .Iulm ,L Olson, 1:11111-s M. Iyllfkill i -I JW" ,,X'R 3, T' LEFT- FLAIM MIXES PAINTS AS ART CLUB LOOKS ON. RIGHT: FR. CASIMIR: "HERE IS HOW YOU DO IT." MORE ARTISTS: Smatwi, lvfl to right: Ivzm C,t:l1'lVI' 4'l'1'.H li. Mitvllvll, -IJIIIIVS RIIXIIIOIHI lJ1lggu11.C'in:nr'lw I':l'll1'SI l"l:1im llulvvrl lfllis IY-P11-sl. linln-rt l3:1l1c'iKSN-'y,1.Slxlllclingi Ihlllillll .l:l111l'SXYVIJSTK'l' Hin-ks, .lol111'l'i111otlmy K1-1-l1:m, I,ym:m ID. INIfm1'4- 1 I BIG THREE of the band pose for the cameraman, From left: Mr. Thomas Fabish, Fr. Silvan, Mr. George Quinlan C40 Gradj. OFFICERS: Front Row: Art! Riley QTr.D, Ed Werst CPres.j, .l. Conry CSec"yD. Rear: li. Cellini fLlllI'1lI'lZlIlD, R. Ely CV-Presj. Band Musicians Stimulate Football Game Spectators, and Inspire Concert Audiences Throughout LChicagoland Girls' Schools Under the able direction of Mr. Thomas Fabish, his assistant Mr. George Quinlan, and moderator Fr. Silvan, the Mt. Carmel Band of 1954 had another very successful and active season. Congratulations to Mr. Fabish for the great job he has achieved during each of his fourteen years as director of the Band. Besides their excellent showings between halves at the football games, these musicians also proved that they were just as good on the concert stage. Many of the girls, schools where the band played e.g., Longwood, Aquinas and the two Lorettos, agree they are equally adept at popular 'n classical tunes. BATON TWIRLERS: Loretta Canavan, Bern-uline Gcnevicli, Patricia Conley, MaureenDolan, Patricia Wilson, Sheila Falvish. . g 'zz?,: hi 1- lxIIljUI'1'lll'F rlisplnly tnlm-nts. l MONUGRAMARES, .1:.1..-1- lmllllul'fl:sl'l1l4'l, mlm1iv:m- llw wlwmfl ulllv lnwlullmrlw lllIll'b. PERCUSSION 81, WINDS: l'l'Hlll, lmlll lf-11 1 .lvrry U'f'1mmn, 'IR-11 liilr-y, lJif'l4 l'll,v, l'l1l Vnulx, .lulm clUlIl'.V, .lim l,4HlllI'll. li:1c'li2 lion ll:1vi:1, llill lNl:1lmn'y, llillll f:1lll5Nf'l, llill Nvlwl. lNIi4l4ll1': Hill Hl'l'I'Jl, .lulm l'f-lrlwimg, .lulm l'l4lw. lll'flHlllN, :null Hlf'IJlll'll .l. f'i4'1'l'n. X Scw5" x f MARCHING BAND plnys um- of its 11-mlitions wllilv tln- Fl r rs x-xxx RAH! RAH! GANG: liiu-vliiig, It-it to right: Nlnrie lrnx, .lzunt-t left to riglit: lleonztrtl llieli linjt-iislii, Clttrrles J. Moore, C'li:n'les Mtrrry, llizint- lXIorig:nr, l'e:ii'l l'lx':1ns,tit-oi'gt-ire litx':tpil,.lo:tn l,tix, .l, lfnswo, 'l'lltllll1tN l". flrillin, l'lt1f.5t-iw .Xlex Wisniewslti, fit'l'tlI'll H. liritlu-l'iriellorn,M:ii'i:rlili+-fNlo1'i.C:1t1,:tii4ll't-ggySt:itllt-r.Hlxilitlilig, 'lltllllt'ZIlli, Willitllll Wolivik, .l1lIllt'Sf'ilVIl,l'l'l'l-l-ll, l':1ti'ielt .l. lilt1lHl'. Spectators of Grid and Cage Exhibitions Are Cheerleaders Enlivened by Spirited Inspired Guys 'n Dolls lfrotn the SI72llilUllSllt'SS ol' Solclieris lfield to the elose eonlines ol' l,eo's Kirin. the inspiraitionnl wnil- ings ol' fl2ll'1lll'l'S Spirit Squad evoked the lighting lervor ol the ll1iQ'l1lf' Clzt1'z1x':111. Their vitality and exnlmernnee were lmest displayed whenever Cfarrnel led its toe. Nevertheless. their spirit did not waver: not even when the Cz1rz1x'z111 was IHOII1CIlIllI'ilf' stopped. Few nien ol' Carmel realize the effort and time inx'olx'ed in achieving 21 well-organized cheering unit. CHEERLEADERS AROUSE SPIRIT OF CARMEL FANS. 1,-L 'l'he inernlmers ol' this erew niet several tinies week- ly. 2llill'I' sehool hours, to work on new cheers :incl new ideas, Lind to improve upon the olcl stzincl-Iiys. Even though it was l'l2llllt'I' lficlelis' Iirst :lt- teinpt zlt inoderziting 21 cheering stall, he stleeeerlerl in doing 21 eoinrnendzilzle Qjoh. 'llhe Cheerlezrrlers, ezip- tained hy Gene XN'isniewski, provided the spark needed to ignite the explosive vivacity of the spectators, proving themselves an integral part of Carmel lile. HIGH-STEPPING FEMS PERFORM AT CAGE GAME. WM 2 f,': ,Q f wk Way! ' f f Q 2 Q i r A ...av MISSION COLLECTORS: Ist row, l. to r.: Joe Buron, Jim Calvano, X. Anonymous, Jerry Mzirciniak, Thomas Fox. 2nd row: John Wall, William Joshua Hipskind, William Billings, John J. McDonnell, Kenneth Ritchie, Y, Anonymous. 3rd row: Anthony Kzitziuslczts, Paul Kovacevieh, Ken Brown, Dick Prendergast, Jim Mission Club I Record Amount Collected for Carmel and Diocesan Missions Riedle. 4th row: Andrew Daly, Louis Lusignan, Paul D. Kovacs, Norman Stubitseh, John Mannion, Z. Anonymous. Not Pictured: Ray Beniae, Billy Paeini, John Hammer, Geo. Weber, J. Conroy. Joe Flood, Paul Sheedv, Dun Delgrosso, Tom Lowery, Stephen Cicero, John Hawrot, James Beck, Phil Gleeson, Thomas Lynch. Having new leadership for the second suc- cessive year, the students were inspired by Fr. Luke to a record-breaking total. This was the monumental sum of 38,002.01 which was col- lected in nine months. On May 26, the drive was clirnaxed hy the presentation of 554,000 to Msgr. Lawler who accepted it in behalf of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. The Carmelite Missions received the residuum. The leading sections were: Fr. Cletus, IV-4, and Mr. Fattoreas IV-6g Fr. Pierre's III-3, lNIr. YV. Durkin's II-6, and Fr. Jerome's I-l. FATHER LUKE BEAMS AS WEEKLY COLLECTION GROWS. PICTURED AT WORK ARE CLEFTD SENIOR COLLECTORS PACINI AND DALY AND fi-'LIGI-ITD FROSH MCDOIYNELL. rf sw ""-Swag ' amy 5-v 'W ov- it 1' 'FFF ""' 'Q' NN.. ' 'wg --. Nl SENIOR GRIDDERS: lfirwt llrmy Iwll lu right: lirmlnml Wnllwr' lfr:1m'isC':1lv:1r1o, lioluwt lXI11j'llIll'll l,:11'sm1, YV:1yr1vT:1lr'olt, f:l'l'Illll l'r-rrrrsn, .lrrsr-pl:UlSlrlllx':1rr, NYillr:rrrr lllrr'lr:lrn, lllll74'l'l ll:-yrrrmlrls, .l..Xllon.'l'l1i1-rl lluwi xvlllllllll lx'Ill'llIll'l llillirlgs, lli1'l1:u'll c1llIlI'll'S .lzrrnr-N Willinrrr Srrrnrn-, Sm-rrrrrl llrm: l':rlrir-lx fNl:rlrlmm', .lurmw l'r'r-ml:-r'g:1st,.lolm Vl'nll,.lr1lm l':1l1'ic'k Mnrrrrimr, llolwrt llll1ll'lI'll. Monogram Club Grid Heroes Dominate Among Coveted Major "C" Winners llrr' prlrpusr- nl' llrr' lX'llJIlUQI'2IlIl Cllulm is to gru- l'llI'llll'l' r'r'c'ugr1iliu11 lo llrosr- zrllrlvlvs wlro, lar srrpwiur' pc'r'l'rJr'1rr:1r1r'c' in llrvir' rvspr-c'lix'r' sports. lrzrvc' Llc-sc'r'v1'cl tlrr- ll1llf'll-SUllQlll-2llIli'I' "iff Surlr lvzmrs Us lknmllmll, lmslivllmzrll, zrrrcl ll'il!'li. zrlumg LETTERS MUST BE EARNED THROUGH WORK 85 SWEAT. willr wrvsllimg zmfl SW'lIIlllllIlQ, zrrm' r'r'p1'r'sr'r1Ic-rl lly thc,-ir stars. lfzrllmr-r' lizrrry is thc' Mf7fll'I'2lllJl'. :md the ollrcws arc thc vznrrous lvsmr czrptnrm. NON-FOOTBALL SENIORS: l-'irst How: lfrlmuml Mr-sc'l1in-vitz, VlvLillllL'lSPI'.Si'f'OIlilRUXYI-l.Qj21V21I1ILlIgl1,wY.clIllllll, M. O'C7urrrrfn' .lnrruw Mvllmmxrglr, Julrn Mr'C:11'tl1y', G1'vgor'y.l, Mnllaik, Hulbert H. Hayes, J. l'xIlI'I'0ll, J. lw1Illll'l'. Almsc-nt: J. Mr'C:rr'll1y, J. llllfflll. 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Student Council Class Representatives Help No.3 Promote Student Activities ' ss 11 1118 lI1l1lil1 Y'I11lIl'1', 11lt' sm1f'ic'l1 111'u1'1'c'c11'1l no-spf111so1'. 1110 mu lllUSl llll'Q1I1 1'X'1'lllS 1111- 171111115 t'I1C1l'C1 i11m' 1101111211 111' c11111r'1's. 1111- UVQZIII- ization zllso spo11sr11'c'c'1 ol11c'1' p1'11jc'c'ls 1Ili'1ll!11Il2 MQRRIS AND FUREY PLQT NEXT EDITIQN QF HSCOQPHI 1110 Class gilt c'c111f'CLio11 llIlf1 1111- Sllltf 111g11ls. MORE MEMBERS: Swilvii: .1, C' llllllt 1, C'1111x111 Sillwwslqi. .1z1111'-s BI1'l'q11111, .1U1l11 f1Ui'i1UIl, 1Jf111:11r1M11sir'11,.1:1111r-s151-1"r11'11, li. 1'1Il11ll'I'I,1lti'l't'l1x1lM1UI'2lIUI'1,111111111114 Xivliipslii, 1311111111 P. Nv:1t11. 1'xill'l3Y, .1. 1311 1Z1:1s lIit1'111-11, 1711-c1111'1r'1i 1fllf1l11IJ1l M:11'f'f111, f'11:11'1f-s St:11111111g: Kl'IlIl'tl11 1'f. Ita-11151 Hizlwrt AX. 831111113 1.11.1 .1111111 BI'1l'I1I1, 19111111-is IJIIQQEHII, Yv1'11c- 1'111!I,i1l', RIi1I'11ll I". NIf'A1I111fil1, .1, M1'fl1':1t11. ff 47 f, .ez 1 sn '1rf1'a' "' BOARD MEMBERS: Front, from left: Mr. J. DeSParte, Mr. J. Bringaze, Rev. M. Colgan, Mr. J. Regan, Mr. J. Surane. Fathers' Club Devoted Dads loin Fr. Myles in Promoting Carmel's Ideals The Fathers' Club this year, under the direction of Father Myles, sponsored several events which will not soon be forgotten by Carmel boys or their dads. One of the real highlights of the year was the first annual Fathers, and Sons' Communion Mass, held in Memorial Chapel. Cver 400 attended. The final meeting of the season featured Notre Dame coaches Terry Brennan and johnny Jordan, of Carmel fame. DADS 8a SONS SHARE IN SCHOOL CHAPEL SERVICE. Back: Mr. D. OiB1'lGll, Mr. W. Cahill, Mr. Jim Calvano, NIT. N. DeFord, Mr. J, McCarthy, Mr. J. Mclaniphy, Mr, H. liolewicz. ER. AMBROSE TALKS AT coMMUN1oN-BREAKFAST. STUDENTS WAIT ON EATHERS ae SoNS IN CENTER. i . I A .J - 7 X f ' 'A F J .M 69 p--,.--1' -- FACULTY MEMBERS FIND THE ALUMNI DANCE A TIME TO RENEW AND STRENGTHEN OLD FRIENDSHIPS. Alum ' Union Held by Dance, m Breakfast gl Banquet 111111 1911 1X'1I1lll'11'l' S1111 11111111'1'z11111g, 1111' C12lI'll11'1- 111' 'X11111111i 1'11j11y1-11 11111111111 s111'1'1'ss1'111 1'1'l1l', 11ig'11- 1lQ1111'11 11x 1111' ,'X1llIllll1 11111111 1111 17111'1'111111'11 28 111l1' . . , X 1'll'N1 111 111- 111'111 111 1111' 111'w 5111111'111 111'1111'1f1g 1111- 11 1111111111111 f111111111111111111-12ll'1'J114111181 1111 .'X111'i1 41 :11111 1 1'1Illl'lX1'11 111 1111' 21111111211 .fX11111111i 111lll1lll1'1, 111'111 1111 111111' I5 111 1111- 1111111 141111111 111' 1111' 411JllQl'1'SS 111111'1, 111 111111111' 111' 11I'1J11l1'l' -1111111 111111 1111' 1'111ss 111' 1929. 'lfn' 1,'1111111'!f!1' .1!11nm111, 1111- 1111111111 fX1lllllII1 1'11111i- COMMUNION BREAKFAST ORATOR FATHER ALEXIS. 1'111i1111. wus 1'11i11'11 111' 1"1's. 1Q11111'1'l, 1111111 111111 Mylus. CHRISTMAS DANCE S1'1'1l1'S 111 11111 51111111111 U111111-1': 1111111 11111i111g 111 11111 11I1I1'S 111111 1'1111'11e111111-111s3 1111111111111 1111- '11111111111:1111'i11g11111111111-1'1':1zz111111111'111g 1 AUXILIARY'S OFFICERS: from left, Mrs. Phe-lan lTI'ttilSllI't'l'l, Father Patrick Gleeson tDireetorJg Mrs. Heine-n l'Presidentlg Mrs, Cahill lV.-Presb. Not pictured: Mrs. lVIf-Slit-rry lSeelyJ, l l Carmel Queens Parental Organization Assists Sons in Their Religious Efforts Guided by a new and efhcient moderator, Fr. Pat- rick, the Queen of Carmel Auxiliary has now com- pleted another successful yeareits 21st year of existence. The Queens are composed of the mothers of Carmelite priests, brothers and seminarians from the Chicago area. The outstanding promotion of the organization was the Christmas party held in our Student Center on December 20. Unfortunately, the sons were not home yet, as was the case last year, Their activities were climaxed by a party held on ef June 3, for the newly ordained of the Chicago area. FR. CASIMIR SHOWS PARENTS SEMINARY MOVIES FATHERS THOMAS AND FLAVIAN CHAT WITH PARENTS OF SEMINARIANS AT ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY ,,1. Yr: C3 EXECUTIVE BOARD: St'Illl'll, lf-it tra rigliti Mrs. lt. G:tll:1gl1t11'. Mrs. D. 0'l3rit-11, Mrs. lt. lim-lvy, Mrs. .I. Dmztl, Mrs. M. Stsivlt. Nlis I ltiliiismi NIi's I" gll'lllIlfJll NIV' I Sail: 1' tljic itlviitl XII" I" Iirtriiis INIV' C' Piii li l'1 I9 M l XII X 'I'liti IXYINI, l"t'lil1iir'ivi'. Ii'.'Ili'iillii1. Srwrmiitl ' 'H' M55 ll -. 'VIEEWV' 3 in a. 5,9 514 'T l un. ' msn bv W G t.,: - MOM'S DAY OBSERVANCE IN CARMEL'S GYM. , I r. ,. 5 ., ' A. .1'S,". . ltl'1Jlj'.I 's, nm: Mrs. .l. Mtilroy, Mrs. M. lily, Mrs. If Illlgglilll, Mrs. ll. 'I':tylm'. Mothers' Club Fall Festival, Christmas Party, Style Show---Features of Year Ilmiiplvliiig gi vt-ry n'vt'i1tl'tll sc'l1t'cl11lt', tlit' Motllvrsx tfltili lmcl ziiicitlivr Slll'C't'SSlllll svzisoii. I'l2llllt'l' llzivicl, still iiiotlwaitm' ol tlit' rliilm, wits tllc' guiding inspir- sititmii. Um' tml tlit' lirst c'vt'nts ol tllis stmvivty was tlit- lfzill c'zii'cl lJ1ll'ty :incl l'c'stivz1l, wliivli was f"i't't'tt-tl 5 lit .i Lug: g.itlic1i11g.g. Nvxt mi tlit- list ol t'vt'11ts wus tlit' illlllllill flliristiiixis l'11i'ty, sit wliivli t'x'r'i'ym1t' lit'- twniiic' lillt-tl with tlit- lmlitlny spirit. A lung lull Iol- ltmvcl tllis C'llt'l'I'lilll vvviit :tml fill Nlziy 6, llll' rluli lic-lcl its Spring l,lii1t'l14'tm :incl I'lJlSllItJll Sliow. llfmurt-rl Lit tliis IllIlt'llt'tJIl was Miss Iiviuilrlilit' Mvflutlgli to wlmm tliis yvzirlmolc is clr-clictzltt-fl. liriiigiiiig llit' y'zir's zicftivitic-s to il clost' was tlirv Motlit-r's llziy c't'lt-Iii':l- tion. A Sole-um High Mziss was oll'r'i't'cl iii limioi' ul' thc' Motl1c'rs, I'ollowc'cl lay lm-zilcllist :incl zu svriiioii. FR. AMBROSE ADDRESSES A CAPACITY AUDIENCE AT THE ANNUAL FACULTY-PARENTS CHRISTMAS PARTY. f? -s be-rs sharv together in refresh- Iucnts and sprightly f'OHV9I'S21IlOI1 A i FRS. NORMAN 8m JEROME, a duo of faculty 'theavywe-ights',, admire parents' contributions to the Community's pantry shower. 9 W Mm PARENTS AND FACULTY MEMBERS ENJOY DANCING AT FIRST BIG SOCIAL EVENT HELD IN STUDENT CENTER. 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C'ronin, 11011011 I7ir-kson, Iii: .IoI1n. Bac liiigviic- MfiI'I!li'l-X' flXIgi'.J. Second Row: .I:il114-s.los1-pli Millslrmr-, ROWI,lwIl4Jl1l11SIl.IJI'l'Ifll'1lfMQl'.I,PlllllIi0VIl.l'0Vl1'll,IlOlN'1'liI'Illg1l1l William II. Ml'fI!llIl,-I1lllll'H I".i':i1vano,.luIm P, lhI!lIlilIOll,.I111ll1'S I":l1toiv-, 1'Im1w:n-c11'.N11-C:x1't:11i,WilliainMyronllipskiml,Mic-hal VV. Siiranr-, Ilulwrt IIlI1l1'II'Il, William .lamvs llaro, Iluln-rl .lust-plz IJ. Ii01'IlII'I', 170111111161-oi'goIlraknlic-li, liivliznivl It. l,onr'ar,'I'l1011 s lit-iwlm-llv, Ilivliarrl l'Iflw:mI I,:n's1m, Gvniqgm- .I. IA'll1lt'i'l'1', William I"nx,'1'Iiuii1:1sI,mv4-i'y,,Irfi'i'y I'. MJl1'l'll1I1lli, ltnlanml I,l'1'llSI-10, Asst Ilrw-xv, liflwarml l'. .Xl1m:in. Third Row: C'uac'I1 limi Mir-szlmxvslti, flUIIl'Il Mills. Absent: S14-vi-ii .Xlln-ri l'vnf-ze-li, VVaync- 'I'alr'n!1 Mieszkowski 'n Dickson, Coaching Duo, Overcome Caravan Chicago Total Chief Ground Gainers Tries Yards Avg. Yards ltvynolcls ,.,,,,... 48 300 6 . 4 334 llarr' . . . . ...,,.. 40 260 5,3 3051 llnrliam . . 43 297 6.0 207 Surano . . . 46 263 5,7 263 liorrlollv . Sl 31 0 . 7 81 Pc-iir'Zc'k . . 14 78 5,6 78 O'Sullivan . . 35 38 1.1 46 ITFOW . , . . 6 43 7.1 43 Casuu ....,., . 10 41 4.1 41 P11-11cl0i'g:ist , . . 2 5 2.5 5 Cronin , . . . . 1 4 4.0 4 O'Hanloy .. . 2 2 1.0 2 Com- Total Passers Tries pietions Avg. Yards O'Sullivan , . 57 27 .458 542 liars' ,. 16 4 .250 68 Casio 1 1 1 .000 55 Scorers TD F.G. P.A.T. Tot. Pts. Ih-ynnlfls 6 0 lliirliani 4 0 Pi'1-l11Io1'g:1s1 4 0 Marr'iniali 0 0 111 Hnraiiv . 3 0 Ilan' 3 0 .XIII-n 2 0 O'SaIlivan 2 0 Billings I 0 lflvlwlvllv I ll lliv-xx' I 0 linnlric-I1 0 0 's Catholic So. Section Co-Champions-1953 Prep Fans by Threatening a 4th Consecutive Prep Championship CARMEL OPPONENTS lfirst llmvns Rushing .. . Passing .,.. Pvnaltivs .,.. T01 al . . . irmls Gainvcl Rushing . . . Passing . ,.,. Total . Passvs Attempted Completed 1i1toi'r-optecl Punts Yards , . . .kvoragv . . Pvnalties Yards , Fnml :los Marlo , . . I41'l'1H'l'l'1'fl , . 52 16 10 78 1 4 21 665 2086 74 31 5 24 812 33.8 67 738 25 16 311 16 15 70 653 437 1000 121 39 16 29 878 30.2 31 313 111 7 l l l SURANE HITS THE END OF DEMONS' CRUDE LINE. Mt. Carmel 7 0 0 0 - 7 Tilden 0 0 7 0 - 7 Playing the only night-game in its schedule, Carmel met with a heavy Tilden squad. Running backs Bill Durham, Hugh Reynolds and Jim Surane exhibited vast improvement over their last game. In the fad- ing minutes of the Hrst frame the Carmelites ad- vanced the ball 40 yds, into scoring position. A pass from Quarterback Joe C'Sullivan to left end Dick Prendergast was good for live yards and six points. The task of the extra-point conversions was given to lineman Jerry Marciniak. His first try was success- ful. For the following quarter both teams played very cautiously. Then the rains came. Tilden, after intermission, was quick to take advantage of the in- clement conditions. The Blue Devils tallied with a short .jump pass, knotting the contest at seven-all. AIDED BY BLOCKING, CASTO ATTACKS SECONDARY. l l . A Mt. Carmel 0 0 0 0 - 0 St. George 0 7 U 0 - 7 The Caravan began its grid season with a warm-up session against George, prior to the opening of school. The result was not altogether too encouraging, with Carmel being dumped 7-0. The Dragons' full-back covered over 35 yards around end to post the lone score of the contest. Rain in the closing minutes of the lst half softened the playing held considerably. The backs of both teams gained almost no yardage, as the play swayed back and forth for the last two frames. Carmells squad seemed to be in superb con- dition, considering that the one platoon system was first being tried. George was faltering badly, as the grind continued, yet the Carmel eleven was not able to take advantage of this situation and could not gain enough yardage to penetrate its opponentis goal. UNABLE TO PASS, JOE OUTDISTANCES TILDEN FOE. Mt. Carmel 7 0 7 7 - 21 PiuSXI 0 0 0 0- 0 For its final practice session the Caravan was guest of a local Milwaukee squad, Pius Xl. The encounter resulted in a decisive yictory with Carmel receiving honors 21-0. Late in the opening quarter, Carmelite hopes were brightened when a pass interception gave them possession of the ball deep in their opponentsi territory. Surane then hit the line from five yards out and carried over for the score. Marciniak added the First of his three PATS. After half time Surane wasted little time posting his and Carmel's second tally. Taking a hand-off from C'Sulliyan. .lim raced 56 yards around end for pay dirt. Pius had yet been unable to penetrate within 20 yards of scoring, Then with only IM minutes to play C'Sulliyan threw a 40 yard pass to Reynolds. who moyed 30 yds. to score. 79 Mt. Carmel 14 7 0 7 -28 DePaul 0 0 6 0- Upt-ninq the season with its defense ol the Catholic l,ea!ue Championship. Carmel met little opposition lroin De Paul in defendinq its title. Not ahle to of- ler any resistance. the Demons were crushed 28-6. HiQhly instrumental in the successful encounter was hall' hack Reynolds. pacing all Caravan hall carriers with three touchdowns. -Iunior cashed in on 2 one- yard plunges. culminating from lonq. sustained drives. In the 2nd quarter De Pauls weak defenses were again penetrated, hut this time hy -Iim Surane. scor- in from eleven yards out. Breaking into the scoring 'column after intermission. the Demons put together :1 passing' 'n running attack to post six on a one-foot sneak. Then. in the last frame. ,Iunior added his last counter. lVlarCiniak ahly Contributed four extra points. CARMEL BACKS MAKE ROOM FOR BILL DURHAM. l WITH THE WORST PAST, JUNIOR EXHIBITS GREAT FORM, AS HE RIPS OFF LONG GAIN IN RITA TUSSLE. BILLINGS SHOWS DETERMINATION, STOPPING RITA. ,,. I 3 . 13' Xl Mt. Carmel 7 6 0 0-13 St. Rita 6 0 0 6-12 A surging Ritan passing attack was put down hy the Caravan in winning its second League encounter. Bill Billings thwarted a near disastrous Finish by block- ing' Rita's last play Field goal attempt. XVithin three minutes of the lst quarter Carmel led off with 7 points in its 13-12 endeavor. Jim Surane covered 85 yds. for the TD. while hlarciniak kicked the game- deciding factor. Losing little time pushing deep into Caravan territory. Rita clicked with a pass, nettina' 15 yds. and a tally. The conversion attempt was un- successful. Carmel furthered their lead just hefore hall'-time hy marching 63 yds. Durham did honors hy slipping olf tackle for 3 yards to score. The fourth liraine showed Rita tallying liI'OlI'1 the 3: l'OI'lllI'1Z1ll'lf lin' the Ciarmelites the extra-point attempt lailed. Q.. .gi 97. Q' A SWARM OF MOUNT CARMEL TACKLERS POUNCE ON A THOROUGHLY DISCOURAGED DLS BALL CARRIER. Mt. Carmel 6 0 6 0 -12 DeLaSaIIe 0 6 0 8-14 Carmel, unbeaten in League play for three years, bowed to the law of averages and a highly-spirited DeLaSalle squad 14-12. The dayis scoring opened with O'Sullivan's 15 yard pass to Prendergast in the end zone. But before half-time a Demon 5-yard TD pass evened matters at 6-6. Following intermission, Bill Durham reclaimed the lead for Carmel with his 30 yd. scoring maneuver. The PAT was good, but nullified by a penalty. Marciniakls second attempt from the 17 was unsuccessful. Not until the final quarter was the game finally decided. From the 3, DeLaSalle spun through the line to pick up a much needed 6-pointer, knotting the game once again. With one minute left, the Caravan,s attempted punt from the end zone backfired. The safety was the victory. Mt. Carmel 7 13 14 0 - 34 Gordon Tech 0 0 0 0 0 Gordon Tech, just recently established in the Cath- olic League, was held scoreless, while Carmel pro- ceded to pound at its weak defenses. The result of this assault was the Caravanfs overwhelming victory, mounting to 34-0. Reynolds accounted for two goal dashes in' the first half for his field day. Operating at half-back for Durham was Bill Hare, executing some fine running plays and posting for himself two tallies. With intermission approaching, Bill raced 40 yds., around end to add the first of his contributions. Before Gordon could attempt to gain ground, Surane took the second half kick-off and sprinted 75 yards goalward. The offensive attack Tech offered was not able to move into Carmel's territory. Hare then made the finishing touches on a 35 yd. scoring jaunt. MAIN FEATURE OF CARAVAN WINNING SPIRIT IS WELL ILLUSTRATED BY THIS CO-ORDINATED LINE PLAY. 81 REYNOLDS CUTS TO SIDELINES WITH SEEMINGLY LITTLE CONCERN FOR TWO RESOLUTE LEO DEFENDERS. Mt. Carmel U 14 14 6 -34 Mt. Carmel 7 7 14 12 -40 St. Elizabeth 0 0 0 0 - 0 Weber 0 2 0 0 - 2 'l'l11-1'1- was 1111 111:111'l1 lifll' 111111111-1. 1lQllllllUQ i11s11i1'i11Q,'ly xVl'lJl'I' was h1111111'1-cl 211 Bclicrsall Stadium l1y receiv- 111 1'1-1g:1i11 21 li1's1 111111-1' 111-1-111 i11 1111- 51111111 S1-1'1i1111. 'l'l11- ing 1111- l2lI'Q'1'S1 11'1111n1ti11g Clz11'1111-1 clcalt 0111. A m1-1'1t ll'1Jlllll1'll, 111-:111-11 311-11, w1-1-1- 1111- 11111111-ss x'i1-1i111s i11 salk-ly i11 1111- s1-0111111 Clll2ll'1CI' was all the Rod Horde 1111- ciill'llX'2llliS 1-li11111 11l1l1ill. 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'lihc 1'1'111l 1tav1f11 in 1111- W1-111-r cluring 1111- illllllllg six 111111'1- 111 l1is 1111211 wilh his 21111 pass r1'1'1-p- 111-xl 1w11 FOllI1ClS. Durham s1t11r1-11 l'r111n 1111: 40. Dick 111111, S11pl111111111'1- CTas111 was on 1111- 1h1'11wi11g 1-1111 Prcnclcrgast f11ll11w1-11, taking KI111-'s 30-yarcl aerial. 111' this s1'111'i11g c11111l111. B011 B1'r1l1-111-, 11r11t 111 1111- Sl11JS I.a11-r Billy Drew si1lcs1cpp1-11 his way 26 yards 111 S1lOXVlIlQ 111-11111is1-, 1'ac1-11 30 yds. for Lhc final scorc. thc 1r111l1l1rr1 NV1rl1cr goal. Center Billings concludccl thc QHIIICNS scoring on a 30-yard intcrccplion r1:111rn TRIPLE-THREAT GORMAN OF LEO IS STAGGERED BY TWO VERY EAGER CARMELITES, BILLINGS AND ALLEN. 82 MAJORITY RULES AS IRONMAN BITES THE DUST. Mt.?CarmeI 7 0 7 0-14 Leo 13 0 0 0-13 Coming from behind to upset a highly-favored Lion eleven, the Caravan exhibited the form and spirit of its past champions. 14-13 made necessary a playoff game, Leo,s last opportunity to realize the finish of Carmel's reign. The tilt was opened by 0'Sullivan intercepting a pass on his opponents' 35 yard stripe. Then Durham smashed thru tackle, cut to the side, and ran the distance. The all-important extra point was added by Marciniak. With 2 touchdowns in the same quarter, Leo raised their hopes a bit too high. The first of these two tallies was the result of a Carmel fumble and the second a pass interception. The Hrst frame racked up at 13-7. Late in the 3rd quarter Carmel ended the contest with O'Sullivan3s 20 yd. toss to Prendergast and Marciniak's 2nd PAT. ALTERNATING AS HALFBACK AND QUARTERBACK, HARE TRIES TALENTS AGAINST A HAPLESS WEBER LINE. PRENDERGAST GAINS POSITION FOR A LONG PASS. Leo 13 0 7 0-20 Mt. Carmel 0 0 7 7 -14 A stunned Carmel student body viewed the blow at Leols hands of 20-14 that climaxed their unprece- dented gridiron titles. Off to a very slow start, the Brown and White never found themselves ahead dur- ing the entire game. The Lions bounced to a 13 point lead in the first half. A wobbly pass was snared in the end zone by a Leo back for a 1st counter. Driv- ing 48 yds., Leo again scored - this time with a short line plunge. The Caravan, after coming on the field for the third quarter, used but two minutes in its scoring effort. A 53 yd. drive was ended, when from the 40 O'Sullivan heaved a TD pass to Prendergast. No sooner had this tally been posted than the Lions romped 30 yds. for their 3rd marker. Carmel's Bill Hare pitched 67 yards to Allen for the final score. 83 LIGHTS: lst 1'tm': .I. I51't-1u1:u1, litl Iit1stt'1'lt, VV. iNIt'M:1l1t111. rINt'l'I'y '," ,' JH, 1 I. ' . ,.'.- - . IJIIIIIIIIILH l.lititl,.I.I1stl1I,I .Ily.u1,VI.li1utlt11tlt,.I.Mtlinutltl l'. 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St. lilizz ' Sgtllc, lI:u'l1t'1', zincl I'Ii1'sCl13 l1t1wt'x't'1'. it was hztltt'cl hx thut oltl ut'nut'sis. l.t't1, z1litt'1' 21 tough CIICOIIIIICI I3t'sitlt's this lint' i't't't11'cl, tht' tt'zuu pmclucvcl iuz IDN' tmulstuutliug stzu's who in tht' ncur luturt' will ht' tht hgit-lthtyiu' tml' tht' Varsity. Ctiiich klaicohy Ct11n1nt'ntt'cl: "'l'his wus tht' liucst lightwcight lootlmzill tcaiu to INV lti1t1xx'lt'tlQ't' t'x't'1' to Ctuut' out of Blount Cz11'1ut'l. The liut' plztx was t'xt't'llt'nt. with thc' l1t'z1x'it'st IIOFXYHFCI 'tv hid in cuitt' sonic' tiu1c'." xmll tht' liqlitwtmglits hzixt' z 1 I.. Cnlivy, .I. O'Nt'ill, IC. Hot-ly, Ii. Sitiltllglxl, Ii. Gi't't'u, A. Dunno, A, Kiiowski, T. Rtioiivy, .I. Walsh, B. Mt'c:illl1, Toni H2LI'lilIlS, M. S:1v:1g.:t-, It. '1':1ylt11' :intl W. Millet' ClVI2lIlllgl'l'SJ. -ltth row: Rit'h:u'tl I'IilI'iI1lllIlIl, M. Ft-ltl111t'it'1', Ii. Kitt-lutrslti, J. B1't'11n:u1, D. Small, Paul IP. Iit1v:1t's, Williniu P. ligzui, John P. Sullivan, Alnhrost' P. Ntbtlllilll, John Mvlit-tg I.. Iiusignaui, John Cilltwki, H:u'l'y Brown. lacoby's Ponies Proud of Fine Record: Five Wins 8. Une Loss 'l'ht' lint' 2lVt'l'ilgt'Kl 187 ptmuucls, with hoys likt' CIZIVZIF- l't'll2l, MZIIZ, l.llSIQ,'ll2lIl, Kovzttts, zuitl Wztlslt all weigh- ing t1x't'1' 175 pountls. 'I'ht' opposing tt'zuns ltntrw that tl1t'y W't'I't' up ZIQZIIIISI El tough lot' in Clztruitrl. 'l'ht' h:1c'ltlit'ltl wus I'UllIlCll'Cl out with Brown, Ct1ll't'y, :incl lVlz1tlclt'n ns l1z1.ll'h:1c:ks. 'l'ht' liullhzittlt slot was ht'lcl clown hy Miltt' Suvzigv, ont' ol' tht' lint'st I'lI'0SllIIl2lll p1't1spt'c'ts t'vt'I' to ctuut' to fl2lI'1Ilt'l. It was Miltttis hzu'cl running 2lIlCl plunging, plus his lint' tlt'lIt'nst: work that uuitlt' hitn ont' ol' tht' inztiustziys ol' tht: ttvzuu. Tht' C1l12il'll'IiIJElCl4IIIQ -joh was trxptfrtly t'xt't:utt'cl hy Ed Holly, who, with his lt'l't-hunclt'cl pztsstfs, his 21- hility to run tht' ttfzun, plus his cxcclltfnt dt'It'nst' play inaclt' hiin ont' ol' tht' tczimis standout pluytfrs. Other outstanding nicmhcrs ol' tht' lightweight ttfzuu were: Egan, Christcrscn, McGinn, Harkins, Shzmzihan. PONY Il:lt'lir litt tht-ii' hut-ls N-I "1 my Heavyweight Varsity Basketball Team SENIOR TEAM: Front, from left: James McDonough, John Mc- Brouilette. Back row: Coach William Durkin, Noe J. Brouilette, Carthy, Edmund Meschievitz, Emmett McCarthy. Middle: Geo. John Hammer, Thomas DeFord Cmgrj, William Cahill Cmgrj, Drakulich, Donald Kula, William Flavin, Russell Baksic, Bruce Not present for picture: Thomas E. Hayes, and Neil J. O'Shea. "Big John" McCarthy, Catholic League Tally Leader with 279 Individual Scoring Points, Paces Squad to 4th Place And Season's Record of 18 Season's Record Field Free Practice Games Goals FG FG Throws FT FT Total . C' .l ........ . Name Tried Made Pct. Tried Made Pct. Pts. CQZEZ1 Ahn' girggorgg' Carmel .... 57 ..r.. , , . McCarthy, J. 409 160 .391 222 147 .662 467 891291 -.-- gg gfEs11g1iiqnkA11-Stars 211' e .... 1. a,r1c . C: ,l .,.. 6 McDonough 283 106 .374 133 76 .571 288 403221 ugng 43 Qi C3-171161 .... 62 South .Shore Hayes 256 74 .289 87 69 .793 217 Carmel .... 67 Sf- Philip - - 5 O'Shea 178 64 .359 79 42 .531 170 St. George Tournament Meschievitz 183 54 .295 101 56 .554 164 Carmel 50 Stnmzabeth 'Carmel ..,. 50 St. George . . McCarthy,E. 96 27 .281 54 23 .426 77 League Games 1 .263 15 9 .600 19 Hammer 9 5 gal-mei .,....... 69 DePaul 'K ' .... 60 S . R' ..... B1-6u116ae,B. 14 6 .427 10 4 .400 16 C3221 blng 73 SQLQQIIQ I gilrmel -.-- gordon Tech ' -' .41 4 4 1.00 14 arme V... 6131' ith Kusmskl 12 5 7 0 Carmel .... 79 Webeizii ie. . TC' l .... -16 L ....... Baksic 9 3 .333 7 6 .857 12 403221 lnnn 57 Diffaul H H 'Carmel .... 52 St. Rita ..... Flavin 5 1 .200 3 3 1.000 5 Carmel .... 53 De Lasaue . garmel .... gordon Tech Kula 4 2 -500 2 0 1000 4 C3261 ff... . 56 vieigizzlliflth. 'Carmel ..... 61 Leo ........ Brouilette, N. 4 1 .250 0 0 .000 2 'denotes Carmel loss MCDONOUGH tlt-Itt tr'i1-s if lilllllll shot on hoint- vonrt in fin:1l nit NH l,1-upIl:1y1-stt-1-1111-I-Jiiiumtgttstofu-l'111ltiI11Rita lit-:ttyttl gn - l'lr'-l,f'r1.gt11'. IJI'1lf'lll't' svssion, intltttlintg H tgzniivs, All inclivzltions ol' an t'xt'm-ptionztl xr. :tht-:1cl 111-rv shown throtitgh its 7-1 rt-t'o1'tl. ltvtiwiflt with tht' lint' shooting ol ont' nizin, was tht' only scptxicl, tlmt topplvtl tht- ffztrzivan. llohn Mvilzirtliy, Clllllilill :incl c't'i1tt-I' ol' thc- starting fivt-, :1x't'i':1tgc'cl wvll ovcr Zll points lor tht- vntirt' sc'rit's. This typt- ol' sroring t'Ilflllll'Cl Czirnivl to whip llirsch as -111. Qxllill IL' l'f111l. Mt. Clgirtiivl got off' on tht' right foot hy cloxvniiigg' :1 highly rgitvcl Ut' Patil tvznn. After 21 slow start tht' clilI'IlX'2ll1 slowly pnllvfl away liI'OIIl the l7l'lIltHlS. lX'ft'l,UIlUlIf.Ill and lWCCIarthy sharvcl scoring honors with l8 points c'z1c'h in thc 69 to 62 victory. , A 1 1 M. Rim. lht' fiL1l'LlX'i1I1. playing away from honic, TOM HAYES Guard F F fl' 17 1 11 Ill! . I 1 . 'A ' . in J in ' 1 ' 1 X if 1 f1.1r1nt'l this stwtson svlivtltilt-cl ll l11ll 11.1t'lost'c'ontt'stl1X S SllCCllI'1llJl'Kl 57 - 53. opponttntt tNo. -l'-lj :is lic zitttotnpts to svorcg Big .lohn McCt1i'thy trightl tips h:1.ll :1w:1y froni two Dvinons on tht-ii' home floor, Sl1flil'I'C'Cl its first Lcaguc loss at thc hands ol' an vxcvllciit Mustang sqnacl. Although St. Rita Cmnt' out on thc long ond of thc 74 to 60 score, -lohn . , . . l Mcllarthy captured incliviclnal honors with 2? points. Dt' 1,11 Sallff. 'l'ht- Mctcors put 11p little opposition . . . , to thc ovcwwlittliiiing Clarincl 2lll21Cli,ilI1Cl wort: ncvtvi' i11 tht- gznnt' alitt-r tht' first qttzirtvr. .john Mctflztrtliy , ,, hit for 21 whilt' .Iitn Mtillonottgh and lid Mcscliicvitz followed hiin with 17 :incl l5 points I't:sp0cttivt'ly. Conlon Ykvlt. Gordon 'Itch niaclc its cltthut in thc halls of' Clarnivl and was proinptly cltnnpvcl 86 to 45. The entire: Carincl tcain saw scrvicu :is they hit their high water mark, point-wise, for tht: scas- son. Big John again lcd all players with 25 points. JOHN McCARTHY MCGARTHY USES HEIGHT TO ADVANTAGE IN JUMP AGAINST DE PAUL. center 1 . MJ i 1 TF! , 1' ' ' ,V Y .pg , 11' 2 ED MESCI-IIEVITZ EMMETT MCCARTHY Forward CARMEL CENTER JOHN MCCARTHY DRIBBLES EXPERTLY PAST MUSTANG FOE. Forward Sl. Eligabetfz. The Caravan continued its victorious ways by downing the Ironmen 71 to 54. Carmel built up an early lead and coasted through the rest of the game. Jim McDonough had his best night as he dropped in 23 points, three more than McCarthy. Weber. Carmel made it four in a row as the Red Horde bowed to them 79 to 57. Led by Cap- tain John McCarthy, the Brown and White drew first blood and had a comfortable 47 to 26 lead at half time. John McCarthy and jim McDonough combined their talents for a total of 40 points, Leo. The old Leo Jinx caught up with Carmel as they fell 49 to 46 in one of the hardest fought games of the season. Although the Caravan held a MCCARTHY 8a MCDONOUGI-I Cleftl make a twin effort at the rebound as Lions stay floor-boundg Ccenterj Mac slips by Weber slim one-point advantage at the half, the Halloween Boys, paced by Kenny who sunk 20 points, took the lead and managed to hold it until the game ended. De Paul. The Demons dealt the Brown and White its second straight loss by the score of 68 to 57. The contest was much closer than the score indicates. for De Paul did not pull out ahead until their cen- ter, Becker, hit for 14 points in the fourth quarter, St. Rita. points, the Caravan could not prevent a powerful Mustang team from gaining a 68 to 52 victory. The Brown and White's unusually poor shooting avg. from the floor decided the result of this contest. Even though McCarthy dropped in 19 eager and heads goalwardg Cleftl Emmett McCarthy and an ag- gressive Cavalier from CVS battle for possession of the ball. MED ff g I 5,4 4 ,Y WMV 1 S 7 f A 'ff N 0:0259 ' x s , 1 'v.-1.-23? A fqriv' -L. I' A QV lisa N-Ju JUNIOR TEAM: First row, left to right: Tony Mills, Dick Gregory J. Mallak, Back row: Coach Willizim Durkin, Michael Bringaze,Thomas Shanahan,.1ack Sheehan, Jack Farrell. Middle: Savage, William Genell, Paul Sheedy, James Owen, William E. Stephen Penczek, Kevin Reynolds, James Cronin, Philip Gleeson, Cahill Cmgr.j T. DeFord Cmgrj Not pictured: Jim McCarthy. Lightweight Varsity Team Basketball Though Paced By Junior Sheedy, Leaders, Squad Reveals A Lack Une of Catholic League's Tally of Experience, Ends Year 9-14 I I I , Individual Scoring Season s Record Field Free Practice Games Goals FG FG Throws FT FT Total Carmel 65 Hirsch Name Tried Made Pct. Tried Made Pct. Pts. ,Carmel """"i 40 St AG90rge' A' Carmel .. 54 CVS ..... Carmel . . . . . 58 St. Patrick . . . . Sheedy 246 78 .317 65 36 .553 192 Carmel ' - I I A 30 Calumet H Q Q I A i"Carmel . . . . . 48 Fenwick . . . , . . McCarthy 215 60 .280 89 65 .730 185 Carmel h 1 r I - 58 South Shore - - . . l - TC' ' ,l ...,..... 59 St. Pl 'l' ..... .. Mallak 136 50 .368 107 69 .645 169 il' me H lp Fenwick Toumament P k 246 60 .249 92 46 .500 166 encze 'Carmel ......... 39 DePaul . . . . . Bringaze 117 29 .239 58 34 .587 92 League Games Gleason 45 20 .444 32 19 .593 59 igarniel ......... gePIg11El . . . . . arme... .. . .. Farrell 68 16 .235 31 13 ,419 45 "Carmel ... . . 65 DeLz1S:1lle. . . . . . .. Carmel . . . . . 72 Gordon Tech . . . . . Owens 31 10 -322 10 7 -700 27 xgarmel . . . . . bElizaheth. . , . . arme... .. o eer..... .. Reynolds 15 7 .466 17 7 .412 21 igflfmel M ig Be? - E. .. arme... .. ' eau .... savage 16 7 .437 12 4 .333 18 ioarmel .. 66 sr. Rita ..... Carmel . . . . . 43 DeLaSalle CO.T.l. Cronin 4 1 .250 7 4 .571 6 Carmel . . . . . 69 Gordon Tech. . . . . Carmel , . . . . 55 St. Elizabeth . . . . . Dunning 3 1 .333 4 0 .000 2 9'Czu'mel ......... 36 Weber ....... . , 'kCarmel ......... 56 Leo . . . . . M1115 4 1 .250 4 0 .000 2 Tdenotes Carmel loss 37 46 39 39 23 55 43 61 56 61 90 71 32 53 61 61 79 73 44 39 53 5 5 60 89 5 I Ak" 1 1 .X X 11 1 1 1 A PAUL SHEEDY Guard f'1'r'- lffllglll l1lQlllfS l1111wl111l 111111 lll 11X1l1ll 11111111 111 W X11 :1111l fl 1l1'l1':11s Xl1l11111 l1 1l11 11 1111 1111 1111111 1111'xp1'1'11'111'11l 1l11x sllll l11 11 l1x 11111s11l11 1l1l1 111 ll11s1l1, CKS 51 l'11x 1111111111 11111 S111 ll11 l,11'l1111111l11x 11111111 1111 KX 1 1 Ml. li1ll lylllllll sl11111l1l111111111x1 xx11l1 1x1111111111 111g1k1' il 14111 lJrl'1111!. ' 1 x 11s1 4 111 .1 1l.155X lhlllllll x111111l Ol 57 C 111111l 11ll11rl 111 l111l1l U1- l'1111l 111 h p111111s lll 1l11 l1Sl 111111111 l1111 1l11' l'J1llX' was 111 x 11 1 11 ' l111l 1l11' 11:11 IX Ill 11fl111s1x1 111 l1 6 Sl. l1'1'lf1. C llllltl 111 1111111 tl s1C1111r BRINGAZE 111111 Nl 111 N 11111 11 1' '111 1 111111111 S1111 l1111f1l 11111 1 ll1l1lXl1 1111 l11ll 1 111111111111 111 DICK BRINGAZE Guard SI-IEEDY Cleftj blasts in for an expected rebound from a De Paul oppouentg Ccenterl Jack Farrell runs into interference as St. Elizabeth. Carmel continued in the win column by edging out the Ironmen in a close match, 55 - 53. The Caravan built up a comfortable lead in the first half, only to have it gradually whittled down by a scrappy St. Elizabeth squad in their own gym. McCarthy was high man for Carmel with 14. Weber. Carmel played the Red Horde on an all- even basis in the first half, but wilted in the second frame, eventually losing the decision 61 - 56. Paul Sheedy was top scorer with 16 and Penczek had 12. Weber's 18 pt. 3rd quarter was the victory margin. St. Leo. The Lightweights played their best game against their old rival Leo. However, it was to no avail, for the Lions edged them out 60 - 61. The he dribbles down the Mustang floorg Qrightj Greg Mallak poses for a push-shot as 2 Demons attempt to disrupt his studied aim. mainstay of the Carmel attack was Jim McCarthy' who with his deadly long shots and beautiful drive- ins, sunk 32 points before fouling out in the 4th, De Paul. The second round of the season was not begun very encouragingly for Carme1's Lights. The Demons were merely too dead with their shots for the Ponies to compete. Carmel found itself holding up a 79 - 47 score. No Carmelite collected more than 9 pts. in a futile attempt to break De Paulis spirit. St. Rita. The Caravan tried their best to avenge an earlier battering by the Ritans, and almost did, before fading and ending up on the short end of a 73 to 66 score. Carmel looked much better on their floor. Sheedyis 28 points was tops for Carmel. GREG MALLAK A REBOUND FINDS MALLAK TANGLING WITH 2 WEBER OPPONENTS. Forward . x 1 K V .L ',,r rf, Q X X I f f ' ,,,, ,XXI 5 i f g 6 1 f 5 r V X x 3 x - 1 .1 15 X 1 1 . 1 , 1' 1 1 1 N 11 ,- V1 'N 1 1 '1 1 .,, 1 f 1 I I 1+ 9 1' f4 JACK FARRELL STEVE PENCZEK Guard JR. PENCZEK STRIVES TO OUTREACH FOE IN A CENTER JUMP. Center H11 l,11 .S'11!!1'. 111 11111- 111' l111' 11111s1 1-x1'11111Q Q4111111s 1'1111111111111'1', 1111- 11111 11'41111s 11'111'1'c1c41111111'111'c1411 1111'1'11c1 111' 1111' S1'11Nfl11, 1111- 1,1f1111s XXUIK1' 111'.111'11 111 1111'1'111111- 111' I111' 11151 C1l12l1'lC'l'. 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'1'11l' 11151 1111'1'1' 1111411'11'1's 111' 11115 11141l1'11 111111- 1ll1SlIl, '1'111' c1L11'LlYQ1Il 1111Q1'11 11111 111 11I'lJI11 111 1111' 11151 1'4111'11 il 1111ss11111' I'1'V1'IlQ1' 1'fJI' 11 111ss 111 EI 11111' 1,1'11 111141111'1' 411111 1111'11'41s1111 1111'11' 11'4111 111111 1'411'11 s111'1'1's- 11'41111 1'411'111'1' 111 1111' s1':1s1111. cblll' 114111, 1111W1'v1'1', wus S1YL' 1111:11'11'1' 411111 111118111111 111111 1111' s1'1111' 111' 69 - 39. 11411'1'111v1'11 111 il 11111'-11111111 ll121I'Q11Il ill 1111' 17111S1' 111' 1111' Sl, !'.'l1'.g11!11'l!1. 1121N'1IlQ 1'f1Ql'C1 11111 1111- l1'11111111'11 111111 1111111 11I'illIl1'. III 1111' 1111411 111'111111, 111-11 s1111w1'11 s111.g111 l1l1S s1'41s1111. 1111' C1411'411'4111 11'1'111 111111 11115 Qilllli' 111111 s11111'11111'111' 411111 1111' H1'I2l110NV1'1'Il 15111's" w1111, 611- 56. MCCARTHY 111-111 111111111-5111115 111'1-1' 11111 41111'1-1's:11'111s 11111111 111111 11-1111111111 111111 El VV1-111-1'1':111111'g 111111111 111111 M1'Cf:11111y 111111111411 5111111111-N111111 S11'l'l'1: 11'l'll1l'1'1 xI1l11111i 211111 11141111-1114111-s S1I'll1!,g11' 1111- 114111 111111111111 us :1 111-11 1JIlS1il'1I'1'l' 1,111-H 111 11141111 1111.1-1'1'1-1'1-111111. BANTAMS tleftl: Seated, from left: Tom McLaughlin, Bob Persin, Joe Madden, Ed Holly. Kneeling: Mike Koehler, George Drakulich, Don Mahoney, Dave Beran, Bill Egan, Standing: John Edward Mitchel, Walter .John Wyszynski, Raymond S. Kusinski, William P. Bruman, Robert E. Walsh, Coach William Jacoby. Season's Record Bantams of Five and Nine Despite their mediocre League record, the Bantams have done a fine job of training the future stars of our Heavyweight squad. The boys had a better season than their record indicates, having lost several very Close games. Among the notables on the team were Ray Kusinski, a tall center with a good hook shot, Joe Madden and Mike Koehler, sharp shooting guards, and Bob VValsh and Don Drakulich, rugged forwards. KUSINSKI SHOOTS FOR TWO IN DLS CONTEST. FLYS Crightjt Seated, from left: Don Lamb, Jim Cronin, Tony Mills, Matt, Kulusic. Kneeling: Terry Dunning, Jay Huizengn, Phil Gleeson, Tom Shanahan, Mike Savage. Standing: Edward Joseph Mahoy, Louis Anthony Casto, John lVIartin OlConnor, Lawrence Ray Coffey, James Pat Heffernan, and Coach William Jacoby. FI S Nine Won 8. Four Lost y Denotes Choice Season The Flys this season have given every indication that they will provide all the material for an excellent Lightweight squad next year. The boys were notable for their rebounding skill and their ability to shoot. Some players responsible for the team's impressive record are Mike Savage, a rough guard: Phil Gleason, a clever playmakerg and Larry Coffey, a dependable center. Others were forwards Casto and Shanahan. O'CONNOR SNARES REBOUND AS DEMONS STAND BY. J me I , . , , X: L : 1: - , 'I 2 C 9 Qi ' L ,., , 54, , as I , 2 ' ' ' W7 : , 1.1 7 ,,, 7 ' -' f" X-X K Y.. ' , .N if """-R , ' ' ye re . ' 1 ., - f 1 be I ' - i fr? , ,lf Nh Y ' 3 " 'li , t g I Q f Q i 5. Q V l , r V 5 I ll . x J ' f , ix i FIRST TEAM: liiiwliiiu, lvl! tu right: Mike Sl1:111:1l1z111. Bula C'o:1c'l1 .lnmc-s I'lilll0l'0. .lov Ifluuml, Holm I,0ll1l71ll'lll. Holm I'lIlllfll'C, C'z:1jlum'sl4i, lmn ll1l4l4'llSlxl,llllllIi1lf'ZUl'UXYSlil, Iltlllflflllh Sllllllllllgi .lul111W:1ll lC:1pl.l, .l. M:ilw1',.I. lxIl'IXI2lllOll, II. Matz, ll.'1':1ylo1x TWO LIGHT WRESTLERS TAKE REFEREE'S POSITION. Wrestling Team Grapplers Close Season With Five Won, Three Lost Record 'llicmgll l1:ux:i11g' :i lzm' Sl2ll'l, cl1II'l1ICllS Grup- lm-rs vlosvcl llivir smuisoii winning' livr- 1ll2lll'lll'S :mal losing llll'4'i'. 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Dillon, -l0llIl Woods, Kelly, Ivan Har- lisle, Vytenis Petrusis, John Pavicli, Don Herbert, Standing: Mr. old Carter, Vilillizlm Daniel B1'ode1'ic-li, Fred .lonzitluin Trotter CARAVAN GRAPPLER tial and Bowen opponent struggle for zlclvuntageous liolcls in lst meet held in Stuclent Center. SECOND TEAM: Kneeling, left to right! Tom Reed, Russell Stzuifling:M1'.F:1ttor'v, LLLI'I'f,' Kleine, Tom Rooney, Divk llonc-zu', Zzivalzx, Paul Gousset, T. Grojean, Joe Gleeson, Jerry Mazurek. Jzznies Joseph Millstone, Robert Mison, John Mike Cannon. 4' u . , 2. ,. Q 13: .as 43 , ,f l X . J , , N, Q , , L -I t 3 -'-' ' N735 ,.,, V, Q W5 Q iw f 1 i 2 M 2 W., V sg Q ,, 5 Y , f, Q , , we 1 f ekx X S X Nw f 6 N ,Mm l 1 if 2 ff I . T - - '-, 1 ll ii it , A E A f 3, ,, I .,,, f D f 5 ' '-','i' ' J: U 1 ' , 1 , i ,,.L ,V ,ff , l I pi tsisv ' i ii il i Q 'il X 1 y- .- 3, gn ? ' ' h K A V, rw - I if . . or ,, IM V! LE 5? S ,, ,.,. K3 W W I ga' SY ' T i ,E T T T ,,,s to T E, ' . ,K , I ., M ,, ., v I l . 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I Men In Dual, League Meets l111111'1' l11m' 411111' Q11ic1z111c'1' 111' x'1'lc'1':111 11111011 O'C1r11111o1'. p1z14'r'c1 Sl'Yt'Il11l, c'ig11l, ZIIII1 K'1111llt't'll11l, l'i'Hl71'1'11V4'1y. 11ll' C1411':1x'4111 c'i11c1v1'1111'l1 lllIAIlt'C1 111 11 SllC'C'4'SS1'l11 sc'z1xr111. '1'11c-.11111if11's. 1111 115' C1o1'11i11, Sll1111l, livcik, 1il111141'1, 211111 1111- Sl'll1UI' C11'11sS-C1o1111l1'y 1111111 1J12lCl'C1 1111111 111 110111 1ifJ2lf'11 11111511411 1'UllI'11l 111 l11c'i1' Oily 1111'1'l. ll11ll' 8811 111i' 11113111141 1Xlic1xwsl C111:1111pi1111s11ips. M1-c1z11wi1111c1's 121111 1'c'1z1y 1111111 111' SllI'2lIll', 'l':11cfoI1, R1-y11o1r1s, 211111 111 ilu' Cily 1111 won' Iiolgmd. CTCTLJ11111111 IIIIK1 C11'uwc'. Huyvs. plzuwcl 11111141 111 1111- A. XX. U. lill. 1,1-cm was 111'- I11 11111 1N'1111wc'sl 111cc1l. O'S11c'z1. fycjllllllijl' z111c1 Bc11z111c1 1'cz11c'c1 115' CI11r111c'1 in 1111- Iirsl 1111-vt 111' 1114- sc-f1su11. CROSS-COUNTRY: First 1111113 11-ft 141 right: IC11 1i0IlllJll1'P, P. Iiwk. Mi111111- Row: 17:1vi11 K. Zl'Ll,l'l'S, 1'1f1XY!lI'f1 N:1v:11-ru, Vito .I111111 IC, 1illll1iP1. '1'1111111:1f P. 13111411111 .1111111 15. 11:1c'11. C'f11'11111i11s .X. INIit:11o, M:1ti:1s 1111111111 Wvslmy, rF1lOII11lS .Ion-1111 1i11:11'11, Mir-11:11-1 1"ilz111:1111'i1'1-. '111l1lIll:lS 11. Smith. 1'1i1XY:1I'l1 R. O'S1111ix':111, .1z1111r-s C'1:11'k G1111111, I.z1w1'c-1111: 1XI:11111l'1Y C'o1'11i11, 1'12l11l1'I' .Xir1:111 1511111-r. X 1 A L 1 lj If Mmm TT in LJ Swimming Team After a 7-3 Dual Record, Teams Place Fourth in City Setting an excellent record this past season, Mt. Carmel's swimming team tallied seven victories and three losses. In the Catholic city meet, our tankers were able to capture a re- spectable fourth place in both the Senior and Junior divisions. Pacing the Senior team in this all-important meet were jeff Barry and slim Stack who placed in the 100 K the ZOO Yard Free Style races respectively. Scoring for the Juniors were Edward Cann and the two relay teams. Illness impeded us in this last meet. CLEFTD -IRS. BARRY AND YONIKAS POISED TO FIRST ROW: From left: D. Kasper. A. Mills, Tony Kieffer, R. Kwityn, P. Christerson, Ed Cann, Tim McNamara, Martin Stucller. MIDDLE ROW: .l. Conners, R. Hanson, Hugh Davis. J. Kuutfmann, B. McGinn, G. Montague. Arthur .l. Buckley, Charles F. Duggan. BACK ROW: Coach A. Mills, J. Barry, D. Ran-law, Bob Wallheiser, Joe Buron, P. Walsh, Thomas Kluczynski, James J. Stuck, Chuck A. Yonil-zas, Paul D. Kovacs. DIVICR GEO. LEHXERER demonstrates correct form for the difficult "jack-knife." START AGAINST CVSQ CRIGI-ITD CARMEL AHEAD IN RELAYS. ... ., . . , . O... , .W ,Y lfpl 5 ,,,,....,,.,, X, mgnwf-5' . NWT K .. wins.-,4 . ' ' sw ' as f1"",, 11" 5 ws as ' -I af , I ' ,+L A 5 A in ,K -A ., ww Q- - me V k . . I N . H ' K ' ' K 'Ffh N-we iifig'?'i '?i'9 ""a " ' if W I SENIORS:lim-1-li11g:NI..Xlf-111-11,M,I"1-11111.'IN1111G:1r1-if-k.St:11uli11g: JUNIORS: li1111c'li11g: lVilli:1111.l. liZll'l', Ric'l1:11'1l l'I1l11':11'1l l,:11'sr111 Mu-l1:1r1lM111'11l1A1','l'11111.Xll111'1-,lie-11Sr-l11'1u-rl1'1',li:1y11u11ulli1'1'1111'ki. Sl:1111li11g: ,X111l11'11s11 P. X11o11:111, Tlu1111:1s lJl'FOI'll, Rr1lu'1'i l5t'l'lll'lll' Intramural Basketball Tournament Carmel's Most Popular Indoor Sport-With One Hundred and Fifteen Teams-Makes Michael P. Murphy Room A Noon Haunt 'l'l1is S4'ilSlJll 111:11'k1'1l llu' ll1i1'li1'1l1 112114 ul' lllll'illIllIl'ill lay lJt'1lllllQ llu' l'll'l'Slllll4'l1 IJ1 il sc'c11'1' ol' 22-15. 'l'lu'y li:1sk1'll1:1ll All flLll'llli'l. llllfll'lk Ilu' s11p1'1'x'isi1111 c1llVl1'. :1c'c'c1111plislu'rl ll1is lay 11l1l:1i11i111g 1111 cwrrly lvzul i11 llu' M111'l1l1y. 11111' llllllill'K'Cl illlll lll-ll'l'Il lc':1111s r'u1111u'u'cl 111 1'o11lr'sl llllll 111z111:1Qi11Q lo 1'1'lz1i11 it rill llu' c'r111c'l11sio11 Ilu' llJllI'll1lll1K'lllS wl1i1'l1 w1'1'r' lu'lcl 111 Ilu' gym l'X'l'I'y ol' llu' QZIIIIU. 'lllu' S1'11iu1's cl1'll'11lc'rl llu' .l1111u11's 32-263 1111011 ll11' lll0Sl ol' llu' Bl'2ll'. Sl'X'K'lllf-l,OllI' lc'g1111s 1'c'p- illlfl, C'OI1S1'fllll'l1lly, llu'y 1'1'r'r'ivr'cl llu' llIJIJl'I'Cl2lHS- l'C'SL'IlIk'Cl llu' llllCll'I'Cl2lSSlllCI1 wl11lm' llu' lluniors and lI'll'I1 fll1z1111p1o11sl1ip. M1'll1lll'I'S ol' r'z1r'l1 f'll1llllIJlUIlSlllIJ Svrliors 1x'1'1'1' c'o111posc.'cl ol' l'o1'ty-mu' l1'z1111s. 'llu' 1011111 wc'1'r' Q'lX'l'Il gold ll1C'Cl2llS lor llll'lI' IJ4'I'lOI'I1l- Sopl1o111or1's 111111 llu' L'11clc'1'clz1ss111c'11 Cfl1z1111pio11sl1ip z111Cc's 111 ilu' QYIIIHS c'xf'ili11g 1111011-li11u' lu111'11:111u'111s. SOPHS: lQIll'l'llllgIll. Km-lrfy. I,.C'olT1-y.Vl'. lJ0llIll'lly.Sllllllllllgf FROSH: First lio11':'l'l1o111:1s Pr111zi:11u1, .xlllllfllly Mills. Sl'l'lHlll 'l'l111111:1sMc-l,:111g:l1li11.IJ,M:1lu11u15'.G1'o1'g111D1':1k11li1'l1,T.Sl1:111:1l1:111. How: Pz1t1'ir'k l':flN'i1l'Il lu-11st-1', llllllll li. C'i1-lmvki, l'lcl1x':11'rl llyrms. ,,.x . f ' I 1 ..' ' K Vl GRAPPLER FINALISTS Cleftjt lst row, l. to r.: R. Kwityn, J, Simmons, Mr. Fattore, M. Sullivan, R. Lyons. 2nd row: T. Ponziano, P. Christerson, L. VVilkey, R. Stangel, 3rd row: Bob Larson, John Gorence, Jas. Surane, Louis Casto, Tom Shanahan. Intramural Wrestling Indoor Sport's Initiatory Season Proved To Be A Popular Success This year marks the first time that an intramural wrestling program was conducted at Carmel and judging by the reception it received from the student body, it promises to be an annual affair. The tourney was begun in March and the preliminaries lasted two days. On the third day, the championship bouts were witnessed by the entire faculty and student body. The contests were under the direction of Fr. Canisius and Mr. Fattore. Members of the Varsity 'Wrestling Team aided the moderators by refereeing bouts and ogering helpful advice to the participants. MORE OF SAME: Crightlz lst row, l. to r,: J. Pavich, Pete- Rumsavicfh, G. Lamis, Fr. Canisius. 2nd row: Tom Griflin, Dean Casper, J. O'Hanloy, P. Kovacs. 3rd row: William Hare, Ronald W. Polk, Martin Wt-lch, Jerome Slawkowski, Vvtonis Petrusis. Intramural Handball Second-in-Demand Gym Contests Attracted Record No. of Players The increasing popularity of handball here at Carmel is best evidenced by the fact that this year the larg- est turnout in the 30 year history of the program occurred. The games were played during the various gym periods. The tourney was divided into Freshman- Sophomore and Junior-Senior sections. The Inter- Collegiate Handball Rules were followed and the tournament was under the supervision of Mr. Murphy. For the lst time since 1931, a Senior met defeat at the hands of a Junior. Medals were awarded by Mr. Murphy to the winners of both tournaments. I-IANDBALL FINALISTS 8a COACH: Left to right: J, Diver, B. 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R1'11111, and H21wki11s CO1111'111'1cc1 1111' sq11z1c1, 1111110 1111'1' 11111111111 S1.1Q11211i11s 111 11111 11111111112 1111'1'1. 141111111 1111111111 111 1111 21 1111 1011 11111q11 111 1111' s11C1111c1 1'11- 1'11111111'1'. 11111 11111 f1i1I'2lX'2iI1 11c11111c11c1 11g1C14 111 11111 111'x1 2 11141115111-s. 111-l1'g11111g C11tlJ1'Ql' 111111 Rim. .X 1111111fx1A 1111111 1111111111111 1121111-11 111 11111 s1'111z1c'k 111 11l1' I'1'llII'11 1111-111 111111 1Q11.11111s, N11111' Nll1'C'1'Si11ll1. 1111111211 111111111-1111g 111 11111K 11.111 I'U11"N1N ' ' ' " ' 1 . 1x.1s 1111 111111111s111: E111111111' s1111.111, Bowling Once again the South Shore Bowling Alleys were invaded by the Caravan's keglers. The league, which was composed of upperclassmen and underclassmen in two separate divisions, had a very successful year under the supervision of Father Canisius, its capable moderator, and the oihcers. The Senior league ofli- ers were: Marty McMahon, President: Thomas Griflin, Vice-President, Ron Michalski, Secretary, gl Dan Vandercar, Treasurer. The "Goofers', who con- sisted of Michalski, Lewandowski, Sulski, K Payton. finished in first place in the Senior division but were closely pursued by the g'King Pins' and NInyincibles". MODERATORS FRS. AIDAN AND SILVAN TAKE AIM. BOWLING OFFICIALS Top CSI: Leagueiz l. to r.. D. Varitlerc-zn', Ronnie Miehalski. Tom Griffin, Mart lNIeMuho11. Bottom Ur. Leagileii l. to r.. .loc Pisarski, llicluiiwl Toms. Tony Ki1f2illSkLlS,-I2lII1lxS Halle. 3 Senior and Junior Circuits for Keglers Succeeded in Providing Most Entertaining After-School Recreation James Luce merited the distinction of bowling the highest game of the year by rolling a 248 game. The bowlers were well informed of all news around the alleys by 'iGutter Gossip", the bulletin of the League, which was edited by Father Canisius and the Senior league ollicers. The oflicers of the ,Iunior league were: James Hale, Tony Katauskas, Richard Torns, and joe Pisarski. The uElks", formed of Hale, Nielson, Carter, 8: Daly, received the first place honors and were followed by the H4 Slugs", who were awarded second place. The success of the year can be credited to Fr. Canisius and the oiheers. UNDERCLASSMEN ROLL TO START THE AFTERNOON. lOl SENIORS AND jUNIORS: lfirsi limi, l. lu V.: Louis l':ilrim':i, l,vo.l, Murliii, .lolm IC. lioltmi, llmmlfl W. l'o11sr'l1i, lion Musivli Mivlina-l W. liiitsvliw, lil'l4llll'SlI'lIl, K lllllf'lxcil'IlI'flll, llnviwl li:1l:ilr:u1, 'l'l1iiwl limi: RmmI1lVl'illizim Davis, l'l4lW2ll'Cl-l0Ni'lJll'l'lllJll1l'lZ,ml llurmlil li, lXlif'li:ilslxi, 'l'4-il Slllrlxi, Nurlu-1'l l.1-xx:ilulnxxsl4i, lll'l'llflI'll ll1'Ill'AYSlllll1'lIl, liulwrl Mivlixu-l Sluvli, lll'I'll2ll'il lJ2lVlll lVl0i'1'is,,l lyllylllll. S1-vmul limi: llulriml W. l'vi'i'uim, llulwrl Suili-r, .luinvs llnyiiiuml lic-mp, William l':u'ini, .Xiiclw-xx' Daly, l'l1lXV2lI'llfllll'Stl'l NV. l'll'2lll4'lSSl'Il, l"r:mlx ll, Ili-ill, .luwplu ll. Zirrvlln, lrv Yzils-nlv, l':mluwslii, lfulu-rl l'll'1lllf'lS lliwllf-, I":itlu-1' Cilllisills llVImli-l':lIoi'l MORE UPPERCLASSMEN: l"ii'sl llmxglm-l'1 to riglit 2 'illlfJIlI1lF J. lim-n Mm'm:1l1,.lim l.lu-1-, .lxivk lilnwilln-l', ll. liUllll1'V. 'l'l1ii'cl Huw ilrillin,lXl:ll'lylNl1'lNIiilmi1, llillltllfllfI'!ll'l..llIllll4'IlVI'j',.xl'l Ziiilwr, 'llllfHllIlN .lim-pli Guru, lJ:mi1-l Paul Vziriili-i'f':u', William Cl. lliilly Ili:-l4i'mwv. l'IslW:m1m-li, Hulllh-lii1sl4i.Si-1-mullimv:.I. lJUlljZ,l:lS llzmir-l X4-utln, llnvllioml fl, Krvnir-ki, M:u'Iiu.l. lfruin, llnviil ll I Milvlu-ll, .l:u'lx fllllllllfl, Gm-1.5 l uliis, C'I111r-lc l"l:nim, Vl':1yi11-'l'zilr'u1t, liurslvy, .lulin fillllllflll, lif'IlIll'll.l KfllIll'4'ld.V, llfmzilfl lJi'zm-wi4-vki FROSH 85 SOPHS: Kneeling, l. to r.: Bill Heilman, Richard Mc-Laughlin, J. Hala, R. Hobson, W. Brodr-rick, Jim Martin, J. McGuire, J. Doherty, A. Kaczmarczyk, T. Uthe. Sitting: J. Kirby. D. Daly, L. Lusignan, T. Takash, D. Puckett. D. Toms, H. Cann, MORE UNDERCLASSMEN: Kneeling, l. to r.: G. Sheahan, D. Meehan, R. Rheinhcimer, Goo. Tatrowski, Jim Dunlaey, Chuvk Larson, Rirhard Birli, Robt. Paccini. Sitting: Dennis Hcaphy, Wm. Wojcik, Mivhael Simmons, Dave Fotyko, Thos. Hyland, D. Panozzo, W. Such, F. Pcshalc, M. Prokopeak. Standing: Albert Asherman, R. Gallagher, J. Ohdv, T. Huf, Gene Tunney, Robert LuMontagn0, Donald C. Svliwc-itzer, VVilliam J. Blanvhard, Ivan H. Cartvr, Terry Butlvr. Jarnvs Brne, VVilliam Reifeiss. Jas. O'H:n'v, Koniwtli l'rban, VVn1. lVIc'G1'e1c-vy, Anthony Katam- kas, liornard Conway, Standing: Joseph Pisarski, Jas. Duggan, John T. Bryant, Ronald M. Bicclakiewicz, Hel B. Vozniak, Wm. Stvdman, Harold D'Orazio, Julian M. Ole-jnivzak, Tom Loftus. I 10 1 A X A l ' '!TE JMHIMXBX ,Z E X4 l 1 X T' W thc A xl ,.-fllh yvlf 'Nix UH, ll Nl c . .L ..,.-I"" n VNV 1. K I xX gi T . 1 ,.w 1 , . ff' w X ,f' X PICTURED ARE SOME OF TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY COUPLES THAT JAMMED GYM FLOOR FOR DANCE ll-l' -I .-' -Y - ' ha-if ,lili- PERLINSKI AND LABEOTS WITH THEIR ATTRACTIVE DATES PRESENT PICTURE OF HANDSOME FOURSOME. GOAL POSTS and papier-macho football reflect motif of this BEAST 8: THE BEAUTY Colinas, King Lean' and his luroj :im-ept Consistently woll-attended tribute to Curniclls football squad. plziudits of A'si1hjvcts" who elec-tml them to their royal position. SOUTH CHICAGO TRIO of Silliowslii, Zvisel and NI2LlllilJXK'SliI proudly present their beautoous helles to 21 popeyvd pliotogmplwr. 3 F 1, l H1- gut' ER- ENT AT C RIVE SAR PI-E , COU Q Nfl! AYEVENI G G . ATIN IOP ANT BIDS TAIN DATES OB LE WHI BY . AND S ST GIRL 111 , Cffnflrf X ffylllv xfflfffllf K lllli nunrlfx fnmwzflr Mr Q 1 SVU-lffffl : - ,llf I wwf! Slufffw! ffnlrr P 4 Bain flfflj' v,ff'N1ng lJf'rf-mfff-r lin- fn'f'lJly-,11'rlf'1 Xfuflf-'A fwrlrf'frf unf llfly llfrrf llffu, by lf fwwf ,uni fn fbflfo I ': nuff f ' n',,,1 , ff m Amy 5 mu' Q 32, A ,,, ' f , , 4, Wg 1- E , E E V C , .V If 1,1112 ith! -1 'Y Q 3- Y If fini' I 7 : -E t Q ,I ,, 4 Vvgfgt . ., W ,ff X 77124, , ' by L, V W A A Q V ,,, Y , A ff. I ' VI Q?Jmi,,' ,Q f V fw ., if 91? y ,s 3 vY x 2 3 V I1 ' ,R Q 1 '- iff ir. sm X X itxx vi? 51 'L W 7. Mi f 5 5,1 , ,afwf fb I f ., 4, 'W av ' fzfw 1 5 yr B 1 Vx 5 V A H 'I ur" ,Qi fix, 1 1 1' if, :Af . A '. x x i , I 1 , . . , .NJ , , x of 'G 4 i K t v l X .Q Q, A , . Mx . il V. ex, f Y Xi Q fx. I , A, , , -4 af 'ghd COACH STU HOLCOMB OF PURDUE WAS ONE OF FEATURED SPEAKERS AT BANQUET HONORING GRIDMEN. CARMQS ' Football Banquet Gridders of Championship Caliber Are Feted in Post-Season Affair fjll llic' viglilli ul' l,l'4'4'l11lJ4'l' :il V0gc'l's R4'sls1u1'1i11l C1zu'iiir'I livlrl its illllllllll lsuullizill lizlilqllvl. Mr, Bill Downs, pro i'c'l'c'i'm'm', 1n'4'siclm'cl mm' thc' c'v1'c'1xl011ic's. ll was :luring lliis lmziiiqiivl llizit .lorry Allmfn :incl Bill lliirliziiii i'c-4-1-iw-cl two ol' ilu- ziwxlrcls grzumlvcl Mosi I111px'm'1'cl I,im-mam :incl lizwk trophic-S. Tha' SlJ1'2llU'l'S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD TO MAHONEY. not pic'lurr'cl iiicliiclvcl Mr. lloocly ol' thc' llzlllioliv Urclvr ol l'cJ1'm'slr'i's, xlolm 'jm'clzm, :incl Iimllivr -Iolm. MAIN SPEAKERS INCLUDED FATHER AMBROSE, ED MIESZKOWSKI, AND NOTRE DAME'S TERRY BRENNAN. 1 - l4 SL! sf i 4 , -im ,Q i. 14 AWARDS 8: PRESENTS: CTop Leftj Mr. John McCarthy presents CCGI1lLll'l lNI1',Cz1lvu1io, Dzicls Club prosinlcliit, ziwzircls Atlilctif--Sr-liolzistir flwarcl for Most Improved Back to Bill Durhamg Top Right: Father trophy to.lol1i1 VVull3 fBottoml O11 lwliulf of his tmniniziti-s, Cu-Capt Barry hands monogrammed sweater to one of tl1ii'ty1'egulu1'S of 19535 Dick P1'K'I11ll'l'g11Sl 17215995 out gifts to Bro. .lrnl111zimlC1+z1Cl1 BIlPSZlirAX'xki lll -4 rw V 3 J I I t l 4 1 -4 - v N JA HW'- , 1 A .X ' A--5 "4' W v 'H A E W wp Inna .WA P-I i 'Ill 3811111 C . 1 -IH gllllilllfl X 'l'!,r lrmmr ffluw COMMITTEE 51. DATES! r'l'upi l1'I'I lu Vigllli Jullll T. i'4:l1l'41y, I l,:u!li4'Ix X. 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Rx-1- V ' Ji CAMERAMAN CATCHES PARTNER PICTURING SOME XCOUPLES TAKING A BREATHER DURING INTERMISSION, THE GRAND MARCH IS HEADED BY DREW, PENCZEK, DES PARTE AND HARE, AS FATHER PIERRE DIRECTS. 113 ig F 2 JB ' JJ T DANCE MODERATOR, FR. CASIMIR, JOINS FRESHMAN KOVACS AND PARTNER IN A REFRESHING TIME-OUT. Soph-Frosh Hop Underclassmen Art Assisted By I.. 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N1t'1V12l1lUIl 111111 K11x':11'1'v1c'11, 1i1'111'11li11Q 111 I111' c11-c:o1'.1- lions 1l'1.l 1.I'0lI1 1111' .11111io1' 1,I'UlIl, 1111- C'OllIJ1l'S VVl'l'l' 54-111 i11lo XX'2l1IZ12lIlf1 111' 1111- 11:11'111o11io11s 1111'1oc114:s 111' BRENNAN DANCES WITH ANIMATE PEPSODENT AD' f12'lI'IIIi'1.S own f1z111ct1- 11:11111, 1111' 1'1i11' 1V1o11ogr':1111z11'1-s, fflrcdil for photos llSl'f1 11c'r1' qovs 11141111111 15I'1'IlIl2I!!.1 AT EASE WITH THEIR DATES, VAICULIS AND BRENNAN OF FIRST YEAR POSE PRETTILY FOR PHOTOGRAPHER. n ' 4 'E Q ff 'S 3 1, 0 . if v ff f 7 5 A if X E AW, L1 -W. . p.. l,,.,,' 1LWTLf-I ., " , - ' K 1 . . L -3 AQLXXNSJ? my Q,-rl.. K ' - .'rT'V .nuff 6 Q 'xg' Iv A, wg, N", 4- ixtw .7 , ff If 1, 1, Q , , , fm- w -1 V , , , iw "- .ii 2141- kfflg-Jw ,. 15' 'Q N- -1 --- ' 6 TV: if ' A' "1" - ' 'J '07 My e'J'.Q." -'z'7wf? A -- fry 1 "" . - -.,7 -Q A Fl 'g'f. , 'fl' ' r X 5 .LI '. tm-'-QQNQX r' P 5. 'F 14' in , ' A ,A . Q. ,A ' I, 1+ ., , 1 .,- 1 A , N , Q . Im-,li . s . , I Q, .-nun- I - , 1 4. . A, Q.. :L . - A RX 5 3 4 4 'rw 1 'I lg! 15 ff I t , 'j Al 1 ' ' - X V 1. q V f ., - M f Z,...,- ef-421 ' W X , Z I 6 ng, K 8 '7 . Pm, 'rf U 4' 4 I, 7.4 ' an 1 r, g ' a .' 2 lg 4 . ,.... -" ' ' 1 SWIMMING CAPTAINS WALLHEISER 8a BURON RETURN TO THEIR TABLE WITH MONOGRAMMED JACKETS. MCCARTHY ACCEPTS AWARD FROM MR. DURKIN. Spring Banquet Non-Football Varsity Athletes Accept Recognition for Prowess The Annual Spring Sports Banquet was held on the night of May 13 in the Student Center, The laill of fare for the evening was composed of the almost traditional roast lneef and chicken. Toastmaster for the event was Mr. Edward McCormick, a venerable friend of Carmel. hlemliers of the Caravans track, basketball. wrestling and swimming teams were guests of the event. A total of 37 letters was awarded to the deserving athletes luv the individual coaches. Since the track season was not yet over. the cinderman didn't receive their letters, although there were nine major letter winners at the time. Nine girl cheerleaders also received letters, while additional shields were awarded to live of them. Father Barry. Brother John, Mr. -lacoby, and Mr. Fattore received gifts from the grateful athletes. The evening was brought to a close with an oration luv Fr. Ambrose, extolling the value of athletics. QLEFTD FR. FIDELIS REWARDS CHEERLEADERSQ KRIGHTD MESCHIEVITZ 8L WALL PRESENT GIFT TO BRO. JOHN. Jn 4 a L31 . r 1 , 1 1 fl H2 4 4 L L . - X mfr , Xwcf Il' if :lf 11 A , 1' 1 L gf Q 5 33 4' . l' ' A pe :Q , s ,gf 3? Q. ' ' - ' V f N :1 ' 'f L Qi :mil . - P . 9 L Kia ' Exif Lf . ' ' ' Hi ' ' . L lim I fl-Ig., ri 7 , l f ' J q ,Jr gi 1 ,l ' ' W 3 L W. 'I U' . N iL1iA x" H1 11 1 0' I' fl 5, .Ummf f.'mnzr'I llwlz Mflfml 3 'Lx' Y Q It N 1 rrrwuls wg X . ' , Q1 XX 'I Q I: 4 1 ' L., XQTQX sl'4l:1l1.111 Nll IIN! 1 1 ll if I' NKW . ii Q-wx f M ,i ,, ,hx X: P -If f .f.,f' i! 1 x x lxr11fl:fffm1,1.-fy llfrlfl , W , X , A . K 55 .A 'W NW ' N xl A w I X k .1,mr?'f4-sq, X", X Yun' HH' l.f,!,f' A -' A ',"k X Hux ff: lf Url ff I Q X I, " 'X .Xlrfrlfrll llnrfflzfrl nm! l1!.'x f.f11f GALLANT PICKANDS HELPS DATE, . 'F L KN f fl' .Vinh by lfflmuy lhlflllll' 1 'M .X A .A X XJ POSING WITH DOLLS ARE COMMITTEEMEN: POLUS, MAHER, BOUCEK, KLAWITTER, MORRIS, VANDERCAR. 11 11' 1 DG U 'E Af- : T A my 3?-. K L f X K . '44 X, ' - ,J sh , kk K.!'v.,,,-N C - K ,Xi X' If ,x A , 7 1 NJ' QQ jf W ' I t x V A I . Ll x al TAKING TIME OUT WITH INSPIRATIONS ARE EDITORS SILKOWSKI, MITCHELL, MUSICH, MCMAHON, LUCE. MEXICAN HAT DANCE attracts more zwtive- couples onto multi-huvd, glass-tiled setting of Grand Hztllroolu. S .XJ CUDDLESOME COUPLES SWAY NEAR ORCHESTRA WHILE FRED PAOLICCHI QCENTERD ACHIEVES HIS GOAL. -1-"' 5 5... xx A MLB ,, 4 .luv A WWI: f ,, Vg ' I Q ' 'Q 1 , ,'-A+., - 1 . . . . ' 4. ', ' s , nf.. . , X , w . 1 .V 1 ,Q -- " s' '. ' 2 ' ff '., I , 5 ' L. H' ,ze 4 X' """'F' FT., ME gif ,aw f'FW"' f -as gn I 'N' n 174' E, ,, 1 Qu T51 , , . vw., A 1 In I ...,.. ,...... ' ' -,loin 9 'fi . ' IM' a 1 :V ,i .. . H. Q. 1 1 K Vvx' . A .awe-x 4 5 is lQ, i 3 r , i,.. :A A ' xx N Urn i!."ff ' f I . Ry 1 i J ' -r Wg A I N 1 I A Ugly ' f' 'f :yi , , 1 , gg " 'f ""f fr , 1 A f 2 f - ,af 'z ' jf 'aleiaiflui .9 , i dbg , f ,Q ,Z :K , K+, I t 7 I y 0 ..,,k K 4' 4 -f 'fL4f,4f'4 if 1-Iliff' . 'T 35 wh 2. ' 'ww Q , V,7' 9 4 K .1 ff , f Y A X W ,. , ,, ,Xo- , w , k.., ' W fi K 76' 'X ' w .. 1 ' 4744, X f. 'xyg Xf all ' 4- Ya MQN A fl in x 'fm +2 x ,,. V 5? ff' . 2? i. Fl H' ' 2 Wm , Q il 'ZZ' ,fy n , l. 5 M sf fiffcfwr . V X1 -551125: " . x :iff If 1 , -grvfgt ,-, :'1,-- .3-.,-,y :Y 'A fv- -1-,.--maya f 4, f 'a.f?:'21Gf grgggf '52 "',f .Hx iff ,A-agus " wx- f., ,f qSq.3'kKGi: Qs g 1. T' '13-gf :' 2 fx if riivt' ,fa-er ff -45x74-riyfi f Si 4' 'Sp X 3. -.w:5,'.f.,: ' X 332 + +G . no if o - .1 1 n , . 1 ni - . if ku:- . W .I u 4, AP ,4- V . . if kin X -R ,f XA ,h f ' 1- 1,2 ,D 9 , Nl . X- 3 A K A i L N . . , BW -1. , 5 ww NE m ggm EL u mcH -Sc:-:ooix U U W xx 3 X i, ff, Mum kk W5 W k i! xr -J li. tl-Rl NEW STUDENT CENTER rises over ruins ol' oltl 12-llat liuiltling. ill Stutleiits line up tor niilk, iii Seniors enjoy lt'IIl- pofriijv ti-out tlotir privilt-gt-A itil liaekliii. l-itlgar :intl dates relax it ll tlltmttii lltntt it lltiitlittl ltltott itttixt plioiittl in tiut J A l .,, . .., , .. .. f...'.a . as-, tions lor relay to eoavli, 'Nl ltt'l'I't'fliI1lt'llIr:tl Sl-'llltlligvsliifl Nilllit. to. Ilgliit-iiig set-ne lrtini ll-niit-eoiiiiiig, tltll Seniors ol 4-ti tli-t-sstltl mr pt-p rally. 'llt NI.P..X.Nl, :nl-lrt-sses rally, i121tlritl-itle-liiies. Iii-It lfirst l.t-tr gaint- st't'l1t'-I tltiiiiel ei-tiwtl tk Aiiiliilaiit t':ii':ivaii. Carmel First Quarter Back to the Old Grind . . . Students Seeking Aid in Studies Oller lklass to llolv Spirit . . . New Additions to the Faculty Include Fatliers Canisius Hinde, Luke Hresnalian. Fidelis Nolan. .Ieroine Callahan, Casimir Zielinski. Patrick Gleeson and lNIr. -lerrv Croarkin . . . Fr. Luke Blade lNIission Collector '... Fr. Flavian. New Prefect of Religion . . . Fr. Myles Appointed Prefect ol' Discipline X... Fr. Barry Replaces Fr. Gerard as Athletic Director '... Among The Former Teachers lYho Did Not Return to the Faculty lYere: Fr. lklurrav Phelan. Father Gervase Toelle. Fr. Eugene Kilkenny, Fr. Vincent 0'Brien, Fr. Coluinba Fogarty, Father Carl Pfister, Fr. Rowan Donohue, Fr. Florian McCarthy, and Mr. T. Campbell . . . Carmel lN'ins Over Pius Xl Alter Losing to St. George in Praetict '... Senior Sections Take Charge ol' Pep Rallies . . . Carmel and Tiltlen Teeli. 'l'ie 7 to 7 . . . Mr. Frank Sinitli lieaves tlie llalls ol' Carmel for Position with Accounting Firin . . . Carmel Rolls Over DePaul 28 to 6 in Upening League Claine . . . Cross-Country 'llt'2llll Opens Praetiee . . .Frosli Participate in Retreat Ciiven by Father Rieran . . . Mr. .lolin lVleCiuire .Ioiiis Faeulty '... First Friday Mass M Coinniunion in tlie Cvni . . . lst Pep Rallv ol' tlie Year . . . Carmel Uverpowers St. Rita I3 to I2 . . . Sopliotnores Receive Retreat bv Fr. lVlllI'I'2ly . . . New l'Vorltl llrive Begins Wlitli tlie Supervision ol' l"r. Cletus . . . Fisher lioclv llxliibition . . . De l,a Dalle llalts Carinel's 23 League Claine lVinning Streak 14 to 12 . . . Stttdents Honor Columbus by Free llav . . Seniors Finally Enjoy First Stag Night . .. LX Syro-lVIalabar Rite ls Said For the Seniors By a Carinelite lvlissionary From India . .. Lightweight Football Begins Season . . . First Social of the Year . . . Cartnel VVhips Gordon Tech 34 to O . . .Junior Retreat is Given By Fr. Alexis . . . Student Council Oflicers .Xre Elected . . . Bowling League Begins Season . . .Carmel Trounces St. Elizabeth 34 to O . . . School Band Elects Oflicers .... f Xnnual Halloween Dance and Party Is a Big Success . . . Faculty Night For the Dads, Club . . . The Caravan Eleven Defeats lX'eber 42 to 2 . . . Tribune Subscriptions Are Sold to Qbtain Folding Tables For the Student Center '... Pep Rally Held in Preparation For Important l.eo Game .... A Determined Carmel Team Nips Leo 14 to 13 . . . Frosh End Basketball Intramurals . . . Barney Morris Wins Regional Oratorieal Finals on ul Speak For Democracy" . . . Students Celebrate Armistice Free Day , First Cluarter Tests Bame Slant' Minds. Memoirs Second Quarter During the Homecoming Dance IVhich Honored Carmel's Team, Bill Billings Is Chosen King of the Dance . . . Carmel Fails for the First Time in 4 Years to Capture the South Section Title, Being Defeated by Leo, 20 to 14. in A Hard-Fought Tilt . . . Promises to Do Better Are Made to Parents After P. T. A. Meeting . . . Retreat for Seniors Given by Fr. Quentin Is Highly Successful . . . Mr. Gawne Returns to lXIt. Carmel After Being Discharged by the Naval Reserve . . . Fr. Rudolph After Much Hard XVork Opens the Senior Career Room for Carmel Men Seeking Information Concerning College and Work . . . "Moose" Prendergast, Carmel End, Makes All-State Team Due to His Aggressive Play . . . Thanksgiving Vacation Begins . . . Mothers, Club Holds Another Meeting . . . Seniors Are Looking Their Best As Cameraman from Root Studios Commences Taking Annual Class Portraits For Our Year- Book . . . Barney Morris and Bob Boucek Re- present Mount Carmel As They Appear on the Radio Program L'Teen-Age Headlinesw on Radio Station VVFJL-FM . . . Carmel Opens Pre- League Basketball Season By Dealing Hirsch A Twin Defeat . . . The Caravan Continues Its Wfinning Way's By Taking 9 out of 10 Practice Games . . . Football Banquet, Held At Vogel's to Honor Our Football Team, So. Section Co- Champs, Was Its Usual Success . . . Free Day For Students on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception . . . Students Give Spending Money To the Annual Christmas Mission Collection ...Christmas Play, Thanks to the Efforts Put Forth by Our Seniors and the Girls From Loretto, VVas Highly Entertaining . . . Thanks to Generosity of Father Ambrose the Seniors and juniors IfVho Had Sold Three Subscriptions 1Vere Allowed to Get Out of School A NVeek Earlier to Find Christmas Jobs K Earn Some Additional Holiday Cash . . . Carmel in Initial Game of St. George's Holiday Tournament Wfas Defeated By A Powerful St. George Five . . . The Student Center Is Officially Opened By A Christmas Party Sponsored by the Mothers, Sm Fathers, Clubs . . . Our Christmas Vacation For Two and One-Half Wfeeks . . . The First Dance to Be Held in the Student Center, the Sno-Ball, 'Was Sponsored Jointly By Carmel K Aquinas . . . Lights Lose the First Game of the Fenwick Tournament . . . YVith Sad Hearts Students Return to the Halls of Carmel . . . The Heavies Beat DePaul in the First League Game, X'Vhi1e the Lights Lose . . . Semester Tests Are Taken, Followed By Report Cards. C1-2D SOCIAL ACTIVITIES SHIFT from the gym 61.7 to newly opened Student Center. C33 Oriflaminc- Wolves surround an innoc-ent receptionist from Root Studio. t-13 Koch tures "birdie-". 151 Pram-tir-e for eagers. 161 Carmel Clieerleuders and ezigers get ehummy on bench. C7 St 91 At football banquet Fr. Gerard and Bro. .lolm take mike. C81 lVIessrs. Smith, Fleming K .laeoby bring out 1'izinc'ees for publif approval at Faculty Christrnas Party. 110-123 Christrnris Frolivs Scenes: t'S:inta Baby"-"Cliupel of St. Augustine" f"C"est si bon". 125 'lan tll ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG is plt-tlgt--l by :t l'il't'SllII1itll gym tltss 1" '31 l'mi mts ti I-t-lwtl-tll tfmtt till tr its by titl'et- --, ', Q 4 1x'I -5 '21 tI:.r. A llei' Ut om1or:mtltieket-tztker.tizmine. l-.it lraek meet at l lli It liovtt-1' m high iumpi Uilltev tk liolt-wi--1 m rmmmg 1-vent it -Ti llttheis ty 511118 kllPllllllllllltlll-lil'l'ItlxlIlSlI in t'hapt-l :mtl c'l'IlltI ts .0 sprint: l'raetiee: l-oily con-litionlnu tk lIlI'l'ilt'1ll'lll. 'ltl-llv ln o - A m l tit tent:-11 l I, lltoltias llllll t'llItltt't' lurol-gs. X'1r1':tIl4rIl tllrtrl'1X" r nt-tanem.-.ainrei 153-15 lima Wit-tling:Slawkott-kiovei'Sur:me Carmel Third Quarter Indoor Track Conunences for Mr. O'Connor's lX-len . . . The First Social ol' the Year in the Student Center Is Huge Success . . . Carmel Drops Both Ends of A Twin Bill to Excellent lxiustang Team: Heavies 74-60: Lights 90-58. . . . Blount Carmel Obtains A New Teacher in Person ofxloseph Trezek . . . Heavies Smother De La Salle XVith Resounding' Defeat: 73-53 . . . MCHS Mothers Club Holds Second Meetiiig in Student Center . . . The Lunch Periods Are Re- arranged to Give Everyone Opportunity to Fat in the New Lunch Room, the Student Center . . . Caravan Takes 2 Games From Feeble Gordon Tech Quintets: Heavies 86-45: Lights 72-32. . . . Carmel Plays Host to Chicago Area YCS Holiday Dance, Staged in New Student Center. . . . Seniors Make Private Retreat at Opus Dei. . . . Terry Brennan Former Football Coach at Carmel Becomes Head Football Pilot at Notre Damt '... Mount Carmel Tops St. lilizabeth in Two Games: lleavies 71 - 54: Lights 55 - 53. . . . Carmel Opens lVreslling Season VVith XVin. . . . Copping lts 4th Straight Contest, Carmel Downs Red llorde, Yet Lights Sucemnb: lleavies 79 - 57: Lights 61 - 56 . . . Six Carmel Srs. Donate Talents to Aquinas to Make Their Play A Success . . .Carmel Loses 2 Close, llard- l"ought Tilts to Leo: lleavies 49-463 Lts. 61- 60 . . . Students Find Much-Needed Rest on Lincoln's Birthday '... Mt. Carmel Drops 2 to DePaul: Heavies 68-57: Lights 79-47 . . . .Iuniors Are Measured for Class Rings, Now to Be Obtained Wlithout the Crest . . . Carmel Swimming Team Beats CVS . . . Rita Deals Mount Carmel Second Straight Twin Licking: Heavies 68 - 52: Lights 73 - 66 . . . Carmel Enjoys YVashington's Birthday Wfith a Free Dax . . . YYrestling Team Meets Schurz . . . Swim Team Defeats Loyola . . . Carmel, De La Salle Shared Honors: Heavies 53-49: Lights 43-44. . . . lxiothers' Club Holds Another Meeting . . . Carmel Caravan Trounees Gordon: Heavies 76-37: Lightweights 69 - 39. . . . Carxnelite Nuns Receive Funds from Charity Dance Held in Student Center . . . Student Council lnitiates Collection Drive for City Football Champion- ship Cold Plaques. l954 Class Gift to Blount Carmel High . . . Seniors Meastiretl for Caps. Gowns . . . Pr. Rudolph Conducts College Day . . . lntra. XYrestling Begins . . . Senior Class Ollicers Elected . . . Football Practice Begins . . . Mt. Carmelis Star Basketball Player. McCarthy. ls Appointed All-Statt '... Raflle Drive Starts . . . Mr. McGhee. Carmelis New .-Xsst. lfootball Coach. Arrives . . . 3rd fluarter Fxams ,Xre Taken: Then Report Cards Issued. Memoirs Fourth Quarter Intramural IYrestling Championship ls Held in the Gym . . . Band Entertains Mothers' Club with Concert . . . Parents and Teachers Meet For the Last Time . . . Seniors Are Measured For Their Prom Tuxedos . . . 1st Friday Mass and Communion . . . Barney Morris XVins in the Hearst Oratorical Contest . . . Students Go to Our Lady of Sorrows Church For Pilgrimage . . . A Long-Awaited-For Easter Vacation Is Appreciated By All . . . Terry Brennan and J. Iordan Compare Notre Dame and Carmel Life In Talking To Students . . , Dads, Club Has Father and Son Night . . . Faculty Members Attend Educational Conference Downtown As Students Enjoy Free Day . . .Junior Prom is Huge Success . . . The Underclassmen Take Advantage of the -Iunior Prom Decorations By Having Their Frosh-Soph Hop . . . Male and Female Alike Mix Thoroughly As the Kenosha Corn Huskers Take Charge of the School Barn Dance . . . Priests Triumph Over Laymen In The Traditional Faculty Basketball Game For Their Second 'Win in A Row After Losing Ten Straight . . . State Law Requires Students to Pass Civics Exam In Grder To Graduate . , . Mothers, Club Has Spring Luncheon . . . Four Door Ford Is Rafliled At Friday Night Social. . . . Carmel Men Offer Holy Mass and Holy Communion To Their Mothers In the Gym . . . Barney Morris IVins Again, This Time In The State Oratorical Contest . . . School Band Has A Successful Concert in the Student Center . . . B. Morris Is Tied For First Place Then Giyen Second in the Midwest Qratory Speech Contest . . . Football Game Is Wfon By Old- Timers By A Score of 19 to 12. . .Sports Night Dinner '... Seniors Attend Their Prom, the i'Starlite Silhouettew at the Knickerbocker Hotel . . . Seniors Have Day of Recollection Wlhile Juniors, Sophomores K Freshmen Enjoy School Picnics . . . It's Do or Die As Seniors Sweat Out Their Final Exams .... Free Day For The Seniors . . . It's Good or Bad News As The Graduates Receive Their Report Cards . . . Seniors Practice For Graduation Ceremony . . . Fr. Luke In Behalf of All the Students of lVIt. Carmel Presents Msgr. Lawler I'Vith a Check For 154,000 to be Giyen to the Prop. of the Faith . . . Barney Receives 11250 From the Chicago American For 'Wlinning the Illinois Qratorical Contest . . . Ascension Thursday Is Free 1... Faculty Golf Tournament is Held at the Wlestgate Valley Golf Course . -. . Last Class Day of School. . . Final Exams and Marks Are Given To The Underclassmen . . . The Class of '54 Has Graduation Ceremonies. liek Ill CHAPERONES gruc'e' .l1'. Prom. 121 Illinois r'h:rmp orzltor, B.lN Iorris, zidmires his trophy. 131 Te-leplroriv C'o. show in thc gylrr. L-11 Czuwnc-l's lkluriim Yr. pilgrims leave- Our Lurly of Sorrows V11 ' ' ' ts 'sz'oWs'1, . 1 s ' . 1' Prev 1' s '- - V ' for Coaclrt Mic k k N111 tl Nl Cl n .rp lI.rTsgx.f11lN.lJ. Coaches Brennztn Ji .lortlzrn revisit C':u'mr-l. 473 Old Timers' Game-. C81 Intervarsity garlic half-time. fill Drtrwirrg of raffle- xyinm-r's 'et. L10l Track meet at Eekersall. 1111 Kerroslia Corn Huskers in Center. C125 Band entertains Loretto. 1131 .Xlumni horror Bro. 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