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

 - Class of 1958

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5 .4 r- 5 E E k L u E I s E V E r E I V. E 2 5 I 2 i E E Q 3 5 5 E -..3?-i '-W. -1 V- . ,.. C1RIFI1RB4NIE DICK MEECE KEN SMITH Busmess Manager MIKE KING Arust 1958 4 Editor-in-Chief gsm- 1 ' . Nm' A KQGW V+. of aww? if-P.. M- dw, CDRIFLAMME of 1958 Dedication REV. MAURICE ANDERSON, O.CARM. April 27, 1000 April zo, 1058 On ilu' iiumriiiiig' Ul,SllI1fl2l1'. .Xpril 211, Rm: Mziiiriu' li. .'Xiulci'son clivtl. :il Ilu' nw' ul' 48. ul' il c'c'i'c'ln':il ll1'lI10I'I'l12lQl'. :X lizilivc' ul' Szlim 1.z111i'4'iu'4' pzirisll. lu- was Lg'i':ull1z1ln'cl lroiii Mount clLlI'I1ll'1 in 1928, Prior lu his rmliiizilioii on 1X'1z1y 16111. 1937. 1'12lll1L'I' S1llCl1l'Cl all 170 P21111 LYll1X'l'l'S11Y. Ciliivzigm Ml. Cfzii'iiu'l Cfullvgv. N12IQ2ll'Zl lfzills. 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What did its 209 members take with them when they left Carmel? YVill this Class ever meet again? These are the questions that come to mind as the Class itself begins to split up. This Class will be remembered for many things. It was the first freshman class to have Fr. David as principal. Our 4 years at Carmel were his first 4 at this post. And our Class was the last one to really know Mike Murphy, the beloved gym teacher for 33 years. He died during our Junior year, and many of us attended his funeral at St. Clara's. VVe were the first to use the Student Center for 4 full years, and the first to use the new Library gl Careers Room. Our 4 years saw the introduction of French, Biology. Speech, Reading, lk Library classes, and the start of a baseball team, a speech team, a Student Arrangements Committee, a Car Club, a Record Club, an Art Club, a Radio Club, an annual Science Fair, and the Mary-Day Speech Symposium. During this time the school got a new gym floor 'n scoreboard, and a new parking lot, and a develop- ment program was begun. During our Junior year we helped to make the last rafiie a success, and contributed heavily to a record Mission total of over 558,000 Our Senior Class was the first to benefit from a new Student Guidance Program. As Seniors we won 40 scholarships and our inexperienced and very light football team surprised many by fighting gamely to earn a tie for the South Section crown, Carmel's 8th straight. In the same year our Light- weight basketball team made the play-offs, our Heavies finished third in the De Paul Tournament, our Wrestling team beat Notre Dame's second string, our baseball team beat the League Champs twice, our Speech team won 10 trophies including first place in an International Speech Festival in Toronto. For all of this. our Class will be remembered. By doing these things, the Class of '58 earned an important position for itself in Carmel,s History. As Freshmen we were all true 'fBennies.'l At our 14 "Murph", Is Now An Integral Part Of the Great History of Mt. Carmel first Pep Rally, Fr. Finan told us the rules. We were introduced to Murph, who in turn introduced us to the scapular 'n the gym. We went to Mass in the Memorial Chapel, saw our first game, and received the first report card. The Honor Roll saw 22 of our names. Among those in various activities were 13 in Fresh-Soph football: 25 in basketball, including 5 on the varsity. Thege were 7 wrestlers, 6 swimmers, 22 X-Country 8: track men, 16 band men, 'n 8 bowlers. As we became Sophomores, we began to earn the title 'fMen of Carmel." More of us were active this year. In football, 8 helped the varsity win South Section, while 22 others were Ponies. In basketball we had 3 Heavies, 4 Lights, 6 Bantams CQ Flys. There were 12 wrestlers, 21 runners, 7 swimmers, 3 golfers, 20 keglers. Our interests spread to other fields: 7 ,joined the new Speech Club, 4 tried journalism, 6 took up music. Our junior year was even busier. Twenty of our number made the football varsity: we were well represented in the other sports, including 7 baseball players. Debate claimed 4, 7 worked on the 'Lite, 5 on the Oriflammeg one on SCOOP. The year passed quickly: and soon we were wearing our rings. Then came our ,Iunior Prom, 'fGaite Parisiennef, On Honors Day 20 were named to the Honor Society. Suddenly we were Seniors. Ten of us started on the football team. Fr. Rudolph's scholarship class included 25 of us. We all went to College Night, most went to the Homecoming, and many attended the Football Banquet, honoring our champs. Seniors led the way in all sports, and most teams had good years. Twelve were professed into the Third Order. NVe took over the school's journalistic endeavors, 'n under our leadership SAC did a great job all year on the dances. "Prelude to an Ending" was aptly named for soon after the Prom came final tests, Honors Day, and finally, the real ending-Graduation. We, members of the Class of 1958, take many things with us as we leave Carmel-knowledge, happy memories, good training, all the things that a great school can give to its students. But most important of all, we take with us a devotion to the Brown scapular and great love for the Lady whom the scapular represents. It is this devotion to Our Lady and her scapular that will in the end do more than any thing else to bring the Class of Fifty-Eight together againain Heaven with Mary and her Son. Senior Class Officers FRANCIS M. MALONEY RICHARD D. HOLLY GEORGE I. HAFFNER Secretary Treasurer Vice-President JERRY F. KOCH President H-u1U1'v""""h S E N I 0 R S IN A TENSE MOMENT, FR. LEANDER GRADES DAN GRAY'S NOTES IN IV-2-3 RELIGION CLASS Leroy H. Amundsen "Iwo" C':u'mz-Iitv Jr. Svniimwy. 4 .... Gerard L. Bauwens "llc-rI'i" St. 'I'I11mu1s tho .Xrt Mvflul 2. .Xrt IIIIIII .... William Asselborn Apostle-. Glvc- Club 3. .I1'. Prom C'omn1. S.A.i'. 4. Hlilistm-rs" St. NIzLl'g.ml'vI of S1-otlzumd. Bowling I-4, Ltwt. I"tI1II. I-2. Iiwlg. 5-I .... Daniel Bellazini ISI-1-. 2, 4I. .Il'. I'rmn QIOIIIIII. S..X.C'. 4. Intrzm1u1'- "IJ11I'k"St..IoI1l1 I"isI10l'. 'I'hil'mI Onion' Zi. 'III'2lI'Ii 2, 3, :mls I, 2 and 4 ..., Gregory A. Baranowski HG1'vg" 4. SWIIIIIIIIIIQQ I. I,igI1tw0igI1t Ifootlmll 2. IIIIl'iI,IlIlII'ZlI SI. Hairy NI:1g.q1IzLIo1w. Ifcmtlmll I amd 2. IIIII'ZIIHl1I'tLI IVI1-stlillg I, 2, SI. IC'I1:unp3I . . .Ronald C. Bentley II:mcIImII :Incl Iizuskc-tImII I .... Thomas G. Barder ".Iokm"' Yisitzltion. .I1'. I'rmu. l'mnm. Intramural Hliulmy Ifzu-v" St. If:-Iim-itzms .... Bruce Harold Barker Iiziskr-tIm:1II I, 2, and 4 CI'I1:unp 23 .... Richard E. HWcmI'-WooI"' NIIJVIIQIIII I'zn'k NIA. 'I'I1iI'cI IJVIIPI' 3-4. Binkowski 'lliirlgon St. Mivllzwl. Iiuwling 2, 33, mul 4. S..X.C'. 4. Nluno. CI. 2-4. SXYIIIIIIIIIIQQ 2-4. 'IlI'ilI'Ii I. Swim. I. Intm. Wrvstling 4 .... Thomas J. Blake Inlraumlrzll Ilzunllmll I .... John W. Barry "I3zu'1'i0" Hcl0IIlIlI2IIIlIl'I'II SI. Czxjotznm. Mono. C'IuIu X S..X.C'. 4. SS. Pvt:-1' zuul I'zLuI. Ilunol' Roll I, II. Ilolml' Sora .Il'. I'rm11 C'm1m1. I"1mtIr:1II: I.twI. 21 Varsity II-4. II, -I. Hpm-1-I1 VIIOZLIII 4. Iiusm-Imll II, 4. Bowling 4. Iutm. Wrvstlingzg 2. Intm. I-Z1 .... james Thos. Blazina II:1mIIm:1II I, Iiziskvtlmll 2-4 .... John B. Barshes Hllovkn St. CIUIIIIIIITZIIIIIS. Am-volnlt. MMI. II. S..X.C'. N '.I.I5." SI. Nivlwlns of 'I'rrIm1tim-. Ilmmor roll I-3. lima UI. 4. intra. WV. I-43 IImIImII. I .... William Ilmmr Sm-ic-ty SS, 4. I.:IIin Morlzll 23. C'l'oss-C'ol1l1tI'y P. Brennanuli. II." Ulu' I.zuIy of I'c-:lc-ci. Iinglish Blvd. I. 'IIl'2ll'Ii 2 .... Dominick L. Battag1ia"Ni1-k" Angel ii. Ilomn' Roll 2 and 3. Ilomxr Suvivty II, 4. Iizmml I. Iluamliam. I.igLI1twc-igglll Ifootlmull I, 2. Iiuwling 2, 3, l'zLl'I110I-IIII0 2 :mil 4. IIVIIIIIIIIIIII' 4. Iiowling 2. Iii-nt Ivy Iiinlmwski Iilulu- IIIIIZIIIII Iirvnnanu .XIIIIIIIIINUII .Iss4'II1u1'I1 II:u':1lmwsIci I'IIlI'III'I' II:n'km' Iinrry II:u'sIu-s lint I zugliu IIIIIIWUIIS III-Ilnzini liI'l'Sll2lll11Il llllllu-1' liIlI'1'S Burg liIlI'gl'SS llyrm' Ql'll'iI!'X' C 1II'l'I'I'Il cliltlllltlll C':1111l1'1'v:1 fl2lll43l'Illl' fll'll'4Qt'Il4 l'l:11'li f'11Il'1'y' clllglilll Edmond B. BresnahanHI'I1l" St. Aillw. 2-3111 Omlvn- Zi. Imll 2-4 .... Francis J. Candreva St. l'll'21Ill'lS do X-clOlllllI'y 2. llIll'2l. llz111cllmz1ll, llaskvtlmll I-2 . . . l,1LllliI. lll3llOl' lloll 2. lilvc-t1'1111im-s Club 2 .... John Timothy J. Bulfer"l'i1n" Our lrauly of l'0zu'c'. llmml' Louis Caporale Hfli1llgSl0l'H lluiclwc-ll. l11t1'z1111111':1l lloll 22: Sovioty Il-4. llvlmtv Cl. I3-4. C'z11'n10l-l.itv lY1'vstli11g 23 and 4 Qflllanip 43 .... Bernard Joseph JS-I. SCUUI' I-I-4 llifl. 43. 131'iilz1111111v I3-4. HW- Carrera Hl'll'0llK'lllOH St. Philip Nvri. lla1clioC'l11l1 2. oral Cl. 4. S..X.C', 4. .I1'. l,l'Olll C41111111. Basoball 4. .I1'. l,I'Ol11 Co1111uittoo. llIll'i1llll1l'iIl Wu-stli11g.5 I. . . , Ltwt. lftlmll. 2. lIIlI'llIllIll'lll liaskvllmll 2, 4 ..... Robert D. Claessens 'AC'or'oz1" St. l'lI'2lIlK'lS dv lilllllll Edward W. Bures HSIIQLZII' Dull" St. Ilorolhy. Wrost- . . . Dennis A. Clark H131-114' Ht. Aillw. .Xrt flllll3 ii. ling: Y2lI'Sllj' 2-II: l11t1':1. 4 Qcllllllllln . . . Thomas J. 'l'l1i1'cl flI'llCl' 3 and 4. Swi111111i11g 'llc-11111 I. l11t1':1- Burg"I'1:1lI"St.I,:11x'1-11111-41. l':11'sityl3sktlm:1ll. 2. I11- llllll'2ll llzlskvtlmll l and 2. lIItl'iLllllll'2ll llamllmzxll lI'iI. l2n1lSlil'il32lll I-4 fclllilllllw I-43: l'lz111cllmall I-4 l .... Dennis Stephen C0ffeyHDv1111y"Saintlfvlic-ilzls. . . . john R. Burgess 2.1211-k" St. l31'011clz111. 'l'.l3. 33. C'l1o1-1'l0z1clc11' l. SllIClC'IIl .Xl'I'2lIIg2Q0ll10IIlS cllllllllllllfi' xYI'0SllllIgI Yurs. Il-4: lIIlI'il. I-2 Ql'l111111p3. llwlg. 4 Q'l'1'cz1s111'01'3. -IlIlllI3l' l'1'o111 COlllIllllil'l'. Cross- I :mil 4. l11l1':1. llu11cll1ull I-2 . . . William F. Byrne clilllllllf' Yililillll I. rill'23.l'li T1-21111 3. l3owli11gzg lmz1pg111- "Hill" I3111' lmly of l'v:u-0. Art cllllll I. CZLl'lll0l- 33 mul 4 Q'l'1'vz1s111'01' 43. S11'i111111i11gg I. iIIll'1lIlllll'ill Lite Z1-4. S..X.i', 4. l.twt. lftlmll. 2. SXYlIIllllllIg Hz111cll1all I and 2 .... Kevin John C0gar1"liip" St. 2-II. l11t1'z1. llzmmllmzlll I X 2 . . . Joseph E. Cachey llrirlv. F1'osl1-Sopl1 lfootlutll ,lli'i1IIl l. 'llI'lLi'li 'ilI'1lIll St. l3:11'11z1l1:1s. 'l'.l3. 3. S..X.C', 4. llol llml Club Il. 33. lllll'LlIl1lll'iIl llullclball rllOlll'IlLlIl1l'IllS I, 2, SI, Zlllfl .I1'. I'1-13111 CV1111111. l"tlu1II.: Varsity 2-43 Ltwt. l. 4 CC'l1a1111pio11ZS3. hill Mil-11:11-I l':1t1'ic'k Nlurphy I11- l11I1':1. lgIlSlil'll32lll I-4: l'l2lIllll3Llll l-2 .... Michael G. lI'llIl1lll'L1l liaskotlmll 'll0LlI'IIllIIl0IllS I, 2, llllll Il. NIV. Cadman"Nlikc-" St. ll1'i1lv. l11t1'z1. lizlskotlmll, l'Iz111rl- 'llllOlll21H Noble IIlll'LLllllll'iLl liuskvtlmll rilOllI'IIlIy 4. MR. O'CONNOR ACCEPTS EXPERIMENT FROM TENFELDE AS BULFER AND THOMAS LOOK ON. I E N I 0 R S I7 S E N I 0 R S MR. FATTORE POINTS OUT SEVERAL PRACTICAL FEATURES OF ACCOUNTING TO SECTION 4-4. obert W. Collins l'lJ111Aky" Yisillltimm. IXIUIIIIQITIIII . . . Conrad Paul Domzalski"I711mI11I" St. Nlif-Imvl. I IllID I-I. Ifnutlmznll 2-I. I"I'0NII I"1mtIm:1lI. 'lwl'2ll'Ii I-4. II1m11n1' Iioll 2. C'I11'111'I11:11I1'1' II .... Joseph A. Dsida Iizlslu-lIr:1lI: I"Iy11'1-iglmt I3 Iliglltwvigllt I-I IC':1.p1. "I7z1isy" lil'IlWllIJII. II1111o1'S1v1-ivtyII,-4. Ilmxm' Ilnll I1 .... Nicholas C. Crescenzo "Xi1'Ii111"' St. .IIlS- I, 2. fI2lI'IIll'I-IAIIK' 2-4. I5uwIi11g I-4 4I'1'1's. 2, 43 1111 NI:11'ty1' .... Walter A. Croarkin'lW11.IIy" St. Smwlw-t:11'y III. S1-11i111' I11t1':1111111'z1I Spvom-I1 QIOIIIUSI, K1-x'i11. I1111':1. Iianslulllmll 2, I, 211111 lIz1111II1:1II 2 .... 2111I plan-11 .... Michael B. Duhig "Milam-" St. I'II'IlIll'IS David Dagnill0"IJ1-z11'1+11"St. .XiIIw. IS:1111I I. IllII'2l. 1111 Ijillllil. X-l'u1111t1'y I. I"1mtIm:1II 2. I11t1':1111111':1I Bals- I4:1sk1-IIw:1Il I-Ii. IIlII'ilIllIlI'2lI W11-s1Ii11g IIIIQIIIIID I .... Iw1Im:1II 4 .... William Dwyer "Bill" Saint Col- Robert W. Dart " I"isI1" Sl, 'I'Im111:1s Apostle. NIOIIO- 11111I1:11111s. IIIIIIII I, 2, SI, -I .... Richard G. Dykowski g.,1':1111 IIIIIIJ I-I. .I1111iu1' I,I'UlII l'11111111it1111-. 'IlI'2l1'Ii I. "ICI111111"' St. NIi1'I1:10I. IIu1m1'IIoII I z1111I 23 IIIIKI Ilmmm' XVI IIIIIID I. I5:1sIQ1-Ilmll I. S11'I111111i11g I--I 1l':1p1. 45. Su1'i1'1yIIz1111I4. Spvvc-I1 'I'1'a1111 I. 2. I5:1111I 2-4. .I1111i111' I ull' I. Iim1'Ii11g.5 2, I11I1':1. Iizlslwllrzlll I-Il, II:111rII1:1II I'1'1rml'o111111itl111-. ISowIi11g 23, 4. I11l1':1. 51111. Sp. clllll- I-Iig W1'11stIi11gL I, 2 .... Vincent Dee A'.X1'1-Ill' St. lest, Isl plzuw .... Dennis J. Egan "Big Ng" St. Ins:-pI1 cIIm111-xmmll. Miss. VI. I-2. Iisktlmllz Ilvy. .X1I1'iu11 .... james W. Farrell "NI:1111Im" illll' I.:11Iy I I1 I"Iys I: I5:111lz1111s 2 .... Emil P. Dejanovich 1111111 nl' II1'z1v1111. NIu11og1':1111 IIIIIIJ, I"1mlI1:1II I5 11111I 4. IFJ" SS. I'1-tc-VN I':111I. IIUIIOI' Sm-ivly II, -I. IIUIIOI' I'II'0SII-SUIJII I"ootIx:1II I :1111I 2. W1'vxtIi11g.1 'I'1':1111 I. Ilull I, 2. Iimvlimg IA'2lQ,lIl' I, 2, I .... William H. I11t1':1111111':1I W1'11slIi11gL 21111 yc-111', 1I1i1'1I pI:11'v: :1111I illon "Hill" SI. lfvlie-ilus. IimvIi11g 2, ZS, :xml 4. I11l1':1111111':1I W1'vstIi11g tI1i1'1I j'l'2lI', II111 m'I1:1111piu11. I f'11III11s 1 l'1'1's1'1 uma l'1'u:111I1i11 Il:1g11iIl1m IP:11-I IJ1-v IJ1-j:11111vi4-I1 I71IIo11 I m111z:1IsIqi Ilsi1l:1 IJ11I1ig.Q Ilwym-1' IJyI1m1'sIQi I'lg:111 l":ll'l'1'II Fv:n'on Fvclor l"1-lllvimln-1'ge1' Flimzigzin F11-ns, G. Flens, R. Flynn Fostvl' Fox FI'Q'UIl1llll Uzwl an Unlvin l lui-t 0 Gavin, Nl. Gavin, R. Bernard T. Fearon 4'l"o:n'loss" Visitation. Midget. Iisktlmll l. Intra. Ildball. 1-4 QChan1p 2Jg Bsktlmall. 3 QChznnp'Jg Wrstling 2 .... john M. Fedor t'Lofty" S. S. Petr-r and Paul .... Myles L. Feltenberger HKIilvs" VVz11'rc-11. T. O. 3. YlTl'2li'li 2. l"tlmll.: lltwt. 2g Varsity 3. lntra. l to 4 .... Thomas E. Flanagan "Sqnint" St. lfvlicitzis. Mono. Cl. 4. T. 0. 3. 'l'1'zu'k l in 4. W'restling 4. X-Country l-3 .... Gerald E. Flens 'll"l0nzn" St. Mary Magclalelie. Bwlg. Lg. 4. lntrzl. llcllmall l-2 . . . Ralph J.Flens"Czai'11i11zL" St. Mary Klzmgclalmw. Medals: Math 33 l'rotic-ienc-y l-3. llonor Roll l-3. llonor Sm: 3-4. liecoiwl Cl. 4. .Ir. Prmn Cunnn .... Daniel J. Flynn "Dan" Our lauly Gate ol' lll'2lV0ll. Can' Cl. 3. Ltwt. Ftlmll. 2. intra. l, 2, 4 .... Lloyd A. Foster "Speed" Our lanly Gate nl lloznvvn. Can' Cl. 3. lltwt. lftlmall. 2. lnlra. 2-4 .... Patrick Fox "Pete" Visitation. lntm. 2-4 .... Patrick M. Freeman "Robin" Little Flower, Honor Roll l. Engl. Medal l. ATOIIO Cl. 4. Bsktball. 3-4. Baseball 3-4. X-Country 2-3. 'l'rzu'k l-2. Intra. l-3 .... Patrick L. Gaeta t'l'zLtty" St. Donatns. Mono. Cl. 4. T. O. 3. Wrestling I-4 LCU- Capt. 4j. Iltwt Ftlmall. l to 2. Intru. l to 2 .... Jeremiah B. Galvin f'.Ierry" Our Lady of l'1-uve. Jr. Proni Connn. Mon. Cl. 4. lftlmll.: l.twt. lg Varsity 2-3. Bsktlmull l. VVrestling 2-4 QC41-Capt. 41. Intra. l, 3 .... Frank A. Gatto Hclllilllliu St. Colnxnlnnnis. SAC. 4 QV.l'res.j. Can' Cl. 3. T. O. 3. Miss. Cl. l-2. Jr. l'ro1n Connn. X-Country l-2. Ltwt. Font- ball l-2. Bwlg. 3 to 4. 'l'rac-k 3. lntra. I-2 .... Michael S. Gavin "Slade" Visitation. Mmm. Cl. 4. Art Cl. Band l. T. O. 3. Jr. l,I'OIll Connn. Basket- ball 1-4. lflys l. SWllllllllIlg l. Golf I. Intm. I-2. . . . Robert E. Gavin f'lJnke" Visitation. T. O. 3. Jr. l,l'OIll Connn. Mono Cl. 4. Ftball. 3-4. Trzu-k l-4. Bsktbzill. l-4 CC0-Capt. 35. Golf 3. Intrn. l to 2. FR. AUSTIN ASSISTS HISTORY CLASS STUDYING FOR STATE TEST NEEDED FOR GRADUATION. S E N I 0 R S 19 S E N I 0 R S MR. IOSUE POINTS OUT BRENNAN'S DRAWING MISTAKES AS GUMINSKI AND DSIDA LOOK ON. John F. Gilmore "flilly" St. Philip Neri. Mission f'lnb 2. Intrznmirul Basketball Tourney l and 2. lntrn. Wrestling l-2 and Intrzi. Swimming I .... Llewellyn E. Girmscheid "Lew" Saint I.zmrenr-e. SALT. 4. Cnrniel-Lite 4. 3rd Order 3. Prom Com- mittees 3 X 4. Tran-k 3. Bowling l-4. Intramural Wrestling l-3 .... Robert G. Gordon "Bnteh" Visi- tntion. 'l'l1irtl Order 3. lllonogrznn 2-4. Basketball I-4. liusebzill 3-4. Intrzi. llclbull. l-4 Qflhamp 25. . . . Daniel L. Gray " Ilan" Our Iizuly of Peaee. Intru. llznnlbnll l-2 and linsketbull 2 .... Theodore W. Greene "'l'ecl" St. l"ru.neis De llzinln. 'l'.U. 3-4 .... Dennis R. Grzywinski 'fGriz" :XllllllIll'lLLi2l. Trac-k 1, 2. X-Fonntry I. Intrznnnruls: Wrestling 2-42 Basket- bnll 3-43 :incl llilbnll. 2-3 .... Richard Guminski "Muni" St. .Instin Martyr. Honor Roll I-2. Honor Som-iety 3-4. lntrn. lVrestling 2 and Bnslaetball 4. . . . Henry A. Gutzwiller "l'lzirry" St. George. Foot.- ball 2. Bwlg. 2-4. Intra. Wrestling 2-43 Basket.- ball 2 .... Charles F. Haas "C'huek" St. Justin M. Trac-k l. Baseball 2. Intramural Wrestling I and Intramural Handball l, 2, 4 .... George J. Hafner "HaH"' Little Flower. Cl. V-Pres. 3-4. Mono. Cl. lftbull. l-4 QCo-Capt.. 45. Bsketball l-4. Track l. Intrzr l-4 .... William L. Hardy "Swivel-Hips" St. Felieitas. Band l-4 CDrnm Maj. 2-45. Golf 2. In- tranniuuls l-2 .... Raymond W. Harkenrider "Hank" St. l"raneis DeSales. Monogram Club 4. Baseball 3-4. Bwlg. 2-4. Intramurals l, 2, 4 .... Kevin P. Harrington"lNIouse" Visitation. Mono. Cl. 4. Traek X X-Country l-4. Intra. Handball l-3 K Basketball l-4 .... John H. Harris "Jac-ky' St. Anselm. Honor Roll l. Natioinxl Honor Soriety 3-4. Bowling 3-4. Intramurals l .... Kenneth H. Hehnin "Ken" St. Adrian. Honor Roll l. Mr. James lfattore Intra- Illlll'lI.l lVrestling 'l'onrnament tC'h:nnpionshipD I. Gilmore Girmselieicl Gordon I Pray Greenc Grzywinski Gnminski Gntzwiller Haus Hnflner Hzmly HtlI'kt'lll'llll'l' Harrington Hnrris Helmin Henderson Hickey Hogan Holly Hosty Hughes Hunt Hurst Jziblonski J cnsen Jones Kennedy Kiclxnai. King Klabough Brian R. Henderson f'Bird-Dog" St. Dorothy. Debate Club 4. Speech Club 2-4 Cl'res., N.F.L. Chap. 45. Oriflamme 4. Carmel-Lite 3-4 CHumor Editor 4.5 Honor Soc. 3-4. S.A.C. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Track 1-2. Cross-Country 2 ..,. David P. Hickey "Dave" Visitation. Jr. From. Comm. Midget Basketball 1. Cross-Country l. Track 1. Golf 1-4. Intra. Bsktball. 1 and 4. Intra. Hndball. 3 .... John F. Hogan t'Ben" St.. Willibrortl. Honor Roll 1. Carmel-Lite 2. Intra. Bsktball. lg Hndball. 2. X-Country 2 .... Richard D. Holly "Dick" St. Justin Ni. Cl. Sec. 3. Mono Cl. 3. Basketball: Ltwt. 2,33 Hvywt. 43 Flywt. 1, 2. Lightweight Football 1. Michael Murphy Intramural Handball 1-2 .... james J. Hosty "Toasty" Quigley l'reparatory Seminary .... Michael F. Hughes "Big Mike" Our Lady of Peace. Jr. Prom Comm. Ltwt. Football I-2. lnt1'a. Bsktball. 43 and Handball 1-2 . . . Harry B. Hunt "Harry" O'Toole. Flywt. Bas- ketball 2. Intra. Bsktball. 3-4 CChamp 433 VVrest- ling 2 .... Kenneth G. Hurst "Hot Rod" St. Patrick. Bwlg. Lg. 4. Intra. Bsktball. lg Wrestling l-43 and Handball 1-2 .... Eugene S. Jablonski "Jabo" St. Mary Magdalene. Intra. Hdball. 1g Wrestling l-2g cb Bsktball. 1-2 .... Robert R. Jensen "Big Bob" Our Lady of Hungary. Bseball. 2. Track 1. Intra. Hdball. 2g Bsktball. I-4 CChamp 41 .... Joseph R. jones "J.J." St. Cyril. Mono Cl. 4. Football: Ltwt. 25 Varsity 3-4. Wrstling. 1-2. Intra. Bsktball. and Wrstling. 4 .... Thomas A. Kennedy "Mambo" St. Francis de Paula. Ftball. Sz Wrestling. 1-2. Intra. l-4 CBsktball. Champ lj .... Thomas S. Kielma "Tom" Marquette. T.O. 3. S.A.C. 4. X-Cntry. 1-2. Intra. l- 4 QWr. Champ 21 .... Michael King "King-Kong' Quigley. Art Cl. 2-3. 'l'.O.3. 'Lite, 'Flamme, SA. C. 4. Track 2-3 .... Francis T. Klabough "Fran' St. Philip Neri. Maj. tk Min. Sports 1-3. Intra. 1-4. 7 3 MR. JACOBY SUPERVISES THE SENIORS AND THE LATTER DO THEIR BEST TO DECEIVE HIM. S E N I 0 R S 21 S E N I 0 R S AS HAFFNER EXPLAINS THE INTRICACIES OF BASKETBALL, FR. HARRY LISTENS ATTENTIVELY. erry F. Koch "'I'ri1-ky" I.i1tIv I'II0Wl'I'. Class Pros. I-2 Ilizxskvtlmll C'h:uup 25 .... John N. Lambert I-I. Nlfmu. VI. 2-I. Spf-vc'I1 VI. 23. 'I'. U. I3 QI'rvs.j ".I:mivs" SI. C'Izu'1L. Iiowliug I-2. Intru. Iisktlmll. Ig I'uutImII 2-I lC':1pl. IJ. Iisktlmull. 2. 'I'l':11-k I to 4. IIcIIu1II. 2 .... James Henry Lee I'4Xr:1.I1" St. C'oI- Wrm-stling 'I'4-:lm 2: IIIII'1lIlllII'2lIS I-I3 .... Richard K. umlmnus. I"tIm:1II. 2-3. Swim. I, 2, 4. Intrzl, Iiskt- Krasowski Uliif-Im" St. Julm ni' limi. Bowling l. X- Imll. I-4 .... Lawrence S. Lentowski 'II.oIu" St. IIUIIIIIVY 2. Intm. IIcIImII. N Iisktlmll. I, 2, Si, 'n 4. Mary IXIug4I:tIv1w. Wrestling.: 4. IIlII'2lIlllll'1lI Wrvstling. . . Stephen Kristich 'IStvx'v" Yisitzltiml. 'I'1'zu'k I. CIIIIIIIIJ 35 .... Joseph E. Loftus 'I.Iov" Ht. I"l':1m'is Intr:umu':1l II1IImII. X Iisktbull. I, 2 .... Conrad R. dv lkunln. Intm. IIQIIJQLII., Bsktbull. 2, 4 .... George Kruswicki IIQIUIIIIIOII Sl, I'utrim'k. Bowling I, 2, 3, 4. R. Louridas 'tllvof' St. I"0Iic-itus. UI. Y-I'1'. 2. Ilon. InIl':1. Ii:1skvtImII 43 XVIVSIIIIIII, 2 .... Joseph W. IIUII I :md 2 .... Robert C. Luebke HISOIY' St. Iwo. Kruszynski 'Elm-" SI. Iiwnlislzlvzm. Iivligion Mvrlul 25. fII100l'I02LlIl'l' 2-24. Intrzx. Wr. 23 .... John F. Mack Ilonm' Iioll I-Zig Suv. Ili-4 QI'rvs. 43. N.I".I.. 4 I'I'1'.J. ".Izu'k" SI. Nlury of Blount CIzu'1m'I. Ilonm' Roll I. Spf-1-c'I1 N IJ4-Imtc' 'I'wu11s 4. CIZIVIIIOI-IAII1' CS, 4. Uri- National Ilmml' Sm-im-ty 23111 :xml 4th y0:u's. 'I'I1ird :umm-, III-1-m'rI N Miss. Clubs 4. 'I'.U. 23, 4. .Il'. Urclvl' 33111 yvznr. Varsity I"uotImII 2 :tml 4. Light- I'rom QIUIIIIII .... Paul A. KUZIHIHSKIIIIKIIZII St. INI:u'y wvigllt Ifoutlmll Ist yi'lIl'. Mim'I1zwI I'. A. AIIIVIJIIYIS XI:1g4I:1Ic-nw. G14-1-01.3. Swim. I. Iiwlg. I-4. Intm. IIIII'ilIlIlII'2lI Iizmskvthztll 'I'm11'1m11u-nt I .... Ronald Wu-stlg. 2-ii .... John J. Labeots I'.Izu-k" St. Isi- Joseph Mack"IXIau-HSI. Mary NI:1g1I:lIc-mx Intrzullur- on-. 'I'. 0.33. Wrvstlingi-I. I.twt. I"cmtImz1II2. Intru. :LI Wrestling I. IIlII'2LIllIlI'ilI I3:1skvtImII rII0llI'. I-2. I Iicu'Il Kr:1smx'sI4i Ii1'is1ic'I1 Iil'llSWI1'IiI Iiruszynslci IKIIZIIIIIISIQI I.:lIJl'oI s I.:xI11I WI I Imv I.I'III mvslii I.uI't11s I.n11ri1I:1S I,lIt'IIIil' KI:u'I4, .I. Xlnwk, Il. Klalito Nlaloney Nlaniszewski Mannes Klarkey Nlztrsball Nlatz lXl4'f'2llllt'AY Mel Donnell Met Dill Mel lreal Al1'lil'lll0l1 lXlt'xlIl.ll0Il Mr-Naniara Nleeee Peter Angelo Malito 'thleatl' St. Ailbe. Miss. Cl. 4. Lightweight Football 2. Varsity Football 3 and 4. VVrestling l. Intramurals: Basketball 2, VVrestling 3-4 tCbamps 3,3 .... Frank M. Maloney "Mon St. Thomas More. Hon. Roll l-2. Civies Med. 3. Mono. Club 3-4. Lightweight Football 2. Varsity Ftball. X Baseball 3-4. Intra. Basketball, Wrestling l-4. Handball I-23 .... Edward C. Maniszewski "Eddie" St. Mary Magdalene. Intramural Basketball and Handball I-Ii .... Kenneth M. Mannes 'tMouse,' St. Franeis de Paula. Intra. Basketball 2 .... Daniel E. Markey Hl'lZlI'IIlPI'H St. Clara. Art Cl. 1-2. Football: Varsity Jig Ltwt 2. Swimming X Traek 4. lntra. Basketball, Handball X Swim. l-4 .... James A. Marshall 'lBnddy" St. .Ioan-him. Bsball. 4. lntra. Ilndball. l-2 tChamp 23: Bsktbll. 2-4 .... Bemard J. Matz K'lgg'ie" St. Bride. Car Cl. 4. l.twt Foot- ball2. intra. l, 3, 4 .... William J. McCauley "Easy Edl' Visitation 3. T. O. 3-4. Ltwt. Ftball. 2. Intra. Bsktball. 1-4 tChamp 27: Hndball. I-2 .... Michael J. McDonnell "Mae" St. Bride. Ftball 4. Wrestling. 1-3. Intra. Hndball. l-2 .... James T. McGill "Mae" St. Dorothy. S.A.C. 4. Mono. Cl. 2- 4. Sr. Prom Comm. Traek 2-4. lntra .... Gerald F. McGreal "Irish" Our Lady of Solaee. lntra. l-2. . . . Leo P. McGri11en "Luc-ky" St. lAlWl't'IlC't'. Ltwt. Ftball. 1. lntra. l, 2, 4 .... Robert R. McMahon "Mae" Carmel Jr. Sem .... Joseph L. McNamara "Worml' Sac-red Heart. S..-NC. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Traek l-2. Bwlg. l .... Richard C. Meece "Zeus" St. Philip Neri. Hon. Roll l-43 Soe. Si-4. Medals: Rel. l-2, Engl 2, 43 Hist. 4. Carmel-Lite l-4 tlid. 45. Oriflamme 3-4 tlCd. 43. Sports Pnblieity Dir. Ii-4. Speeeh Cl. 2-4. Debate Cl. 3-4 tSee.-Treas. ISD. Nat'l. Forensic- Lg. 4 tSee. 45. S.A.C. 4. 3rd Order 3. Seienee Fair Medal 3. Intramural llandball I. MR. FERGUSON POINTS OUT CHICAGO, WHILE EXPLAINING THE RAILROAD SYSTEMS TO 4-4. S E N I 0 R S 23 S E N I 0 R S .-........ MR. GAWNE WATCHES HOGAN OF 4-3 AS HE OUTLINES AN ENGLISH LITERATURE CHAPTER. Thomas A. Michalak "'I'in1" S1. I"c-Iivilals. lizincl I-4 lIIII'll2lS. 43. Junior I'i'oni Coininittov. Clan' lllulm Ci. Iinselmzill 23, 4. lnti':nnni'nI Iiziskvtlmll I to 4. . . . Eugene R. Michalski "Gi-in--U" l'in'nu-litv .liz Soni. Ili-1-owl l'InIm 4. I.igIi1wviglit Ifootlmll I. Wrestling Mgr. I, 2 .... Thomas C. Minnick Hkliniiowl' Saint. .IIISIIII Nlzirtyr. Swinnning l, 2. l.igI1tw0ig1gI1t Foot- lmll I. lntru. Iluskm-llulll il lC'lnnnpD .... Samuel N. Mirabella "I'i'os." Saint :hlIl'I2lIl. Ilonoi' lioll I. Ilnnil I to 4 II'i'vsicIvnt 43. lntrai. llnmllizill ,... Richard Francis Mitchell "l5z1l1ly" Clll'llll'Ill0 .lnnior S4-ni .... Robert R. Molenda "Moi", St. .lolln of llocl. 'I'rzu-k l,2. C'1'oss-Coi1nt1'y 2. Bowling I, Intrzi. Iiaiskotlrzill I-4: llznnllmzlll 2-4 .... John A. Moore H-IOIIIIIIYII lloly Cross. llonor Iloll I. 'I'l':1f'k X Cross- Vonntry I, 2. Iiziskm-tlmllz Yzirsity 2, il N lizlntzim- wc-iglil I, 2. Inlrzi. Iinskvtlmzill I: llzinmllmzill l .... Francis T. Moran "Burl" SI. Clotilflo. lfootlmll JS. Un' C'InIm Il. Intrzi. liziskvtlmll I, 23 llzinillmzill I, 2, X Wrestling 2 .... Thomas P. Moran Hrlltlllln Saint Dorothy. llonoi' Iloll I. lntru. lluskvtlulll l, 2 X 4 QC'I1znnp 23 .... Thomas John Morrison i'C'in'ly" St. 'llIlOlll2lS the Aposllo .... Carl E. Nelson "Ii11tc'I1" Oni' Lzuly lizitv of IICQLVOII. Swinuning I, 2, Il, 4. CCo-i'zLptziin 47. Intrzi. Ilziskvtlmll I, 2, llznidlmll l, 2, 4 .... William Daniel Nemcek "Willie" SS. Peter X I,21llI. lntru. Bsktlwzill 2, 4, lVrestIing I. . . . William Dick Newton "l"ig." St. llvlenzi of tho Cross. Howling 2. liootlxzillz Varsity Il, 43 I.igI1t- weight 2. lllll'illlllll'1lI Bzisketlmll I, 2, 33, and 4 QCYIHLIIIIJIOIIS 45. -Illlll0l' l,l'0lll Connnittvo 3. . . . Howard Francis Nolan "Mmm-les" Saint Philip Ni-ri. Bitllil l. Bowling 3 and 4 .... Michael Timothy O'Brien"O'l1" St. I42ll1l'0lli'C. Mission Club 2. I.igzght- wviglit I"ooIIma1II l :mil 2. lllll'2lllllll'2lI Basin-tluill I, 2, Il, and 4. lIlll'llIlllll'1lI llznicllmull I, 2, and 4. NIlm'Ii:1I:ik Blivlirilslqi I xiiimii-iq Klll'llIll'IIIl Nlit 1-In-Il Klolvniln Nloorv Nl rii' :1n,I". Nlornn, 'l'. Klorrison Ni-Ison Noiinwli Nowion Nolan H'lli'ivn, XI. 'ful' --is 'Q iv: Robert M. O'Brien"U'l5" .X11111111c'iz1I11. lizlsf-l1:1III3-4. O'Nei1l Hlloc-key" St, Aillic-. 'l'l1i1'd U1'1l111' 33 X 4. lIllI'2I. lizislu-lluill X ll:111mlI1z1Il I-4 .... Patrick C. IY1'osTli11g I-2. liowliiig I K 2 .... Joseph M. O'Day'iIJ:1w11" St. C111'tI111ggc-. ll0Il0I' Roll l3So1'iv1y O'Nei1l 'K.lo0" St. Philip Novi. 'l'1'1u-k 2. Golf 2. II-4. S..X.C'. 4. l11t1'z1. l511sk0tI1ulI1111cl llauidlmzill l-4. l,igl1tw0igI1t lfootliall I. l11t1':1. Iiziskvllmzill I to 4. . . . Andrew O'Donnell Hl"i1'0" U. I.. of P0111-c. . . . James P. O'Sheal'W11IIy'I Yisitzilimni. C':11'1110I- TU. Zi N 4 .... Kevin R. O'Keefe'fIi1wk" Salim I.it1- Ii K 4. l11t1':1. liaskc-tI111lI I-4 QC'I1:1111p. I, ZSJ. Ii1'i1l11. Clubs: Miss. I-2g Kloiio. Ii-4. l.twt. Ifoutlmzill Huiiillmll I, 2 .... Ferdinand E. Ostrowskii'I"v1'1li" I. Nliclgvt Bsktlwaill. I. xYI'USlllIlg 2-4. l11t1'11. liskt- iI1lIll1lC'lll2LlC' 131111-vptioii. l'lo11o1' Roll 2. liowliiig I-4. Im11II. I-4 QCI11111111 41: ll1111dI111II 1-4 .... Edward . . . john A. Pauls U.li11'liH St. gXllI'l1LIl. llmim' Roll J. Olson "lid" St. llorotliy. Class Yivv-l'1'1-sifli-111 I. I-3. Sp0m'l1 Club 2. 13111111 I to 4 ISvm'1'c-t:11'y 41. llmioi' Roll I-IS. lloiioi' Sovioly I3-4 ISL-1-1'c't111'y 41. Mission C'I11lm I-25. liightwvigllt liziski-tI1:1II 3 N 4. 'l'I1i1'1l II1'1lv1' 33, 4. S.A.C'. 4 Ql'1'4-sirlviiti. .l1'. llI'0lll Base-Imzill 3-4. 'iiI'2li'ii I-2. lIIlI'2l. Biiskvtluill I-21 cillllllll. S111-vvli Club 2-4 15011. 35. l,I'll'iilIllllll' 4. lluiicllmll I .... William Pazak 'iliillw St. Ilona- C':11'111vI-Iiitv 4. Mission C'I11I1 I. I11t1'11. lluiicllmzill I-2 thy. S.A.C. 4. .l1'. l,I'OIll Cilllllll. llIll'il. ll1111rlI111lI IZ Iizislu-tlmll I-4 .... George M. O'MalIey"Spidv1"I Bziskvtlmull I-2: xvl'f'Slilllg I X 2 .... Thomas H. .X11111111m'i:11:1. lloi II41cIi'li1I1ZS. .l1111io1' I'1'u111 CUI11111. Peete HI'vtv" lloly Cross. ll0Il0I' Roll I-23. l11t1'z1- l11t1':1. llmllmll. I .... Robert E. O'Malley "Mo" Si. l1lI1l'dl Baiskvtlmaxll l. lIIlI'2l. Hzllltlibzlll I .... Richard Ifvlivitzis. lIlll'll. liziskvtiizill l X 4 .... Dennis B. A. Pena 'NIR-X" Saint A111I11'osv. C'z11'111c-I-l,iIv ii-4. FR. JEREMY TRIES TO SHOW 4-2 THE MATHEMATICAL BEAUTIES OF ANALYTIC GEOMETRY. I s E N 1 0 R s 25 15 '?1'7' M 'Hi S E N I 0 R S MR. MCGUIRE STUDIES NEWSPAPER CLIPPING, WHILE 4-5 ENJOYS A BRIEF STUDY PERIOD. John Steven Perak"IinIvI1" Iiallistt-I. Ilnnm' Roll I. Spf-I-I-II 2 In I. lIIll'2lIlIlll'2lIS I and I .... Edward Petersen 'IIN-Iv" St. Cyril. Varsity Ifonthall 3. Ira:-It 2 It II. Iiwlg. 2. Intra. Ilnfllwall, Basketball I I tl'IIanIpi4msI1ipJ .... Donald J. Phelan "Don" St. .InaI-hiin .... joseph john Phillips 'IItip" Saint I ranvis III- Paula. Mission IIIIIIJ I. C'i'oss-l'ol1ntry I. Intra, I In I .... Benjamin H. Pieper 'tISvn" Saint Ilinnias Apostle. Ilnnor Roll I-2. Ilonm' Soc-. Ii--I. IIw'nI'II i'InIm I. Iiwlg. 2-4 .... Leonard H. Pinski I'c-aunts" SI. AlII'Il2lt'I. Ilnnnl' ItnII I X 2. llonoi' I-is-ty I ..., George A. Pryhuber "II.A.I'." Saint IiI4'II2lI'II. S..X.C'. -I. .liz I'rnn1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIUO. Iiwlg. ' IIIlI'ilIIIIII'2lIS I-2 .... Anthony P. Puoci "Tony" SI, I'vI'IlIll'IS III' Snlvs. I.Iwt. I"oruIImaII 2 .... Peter . Rabideau MIN-It-" SI. Mlrian. Iiantl I-4 QV. Pres. II Inlra. I-JI .... Gregory D. Rac1aw"SqI1iI't-" St. XII I nl XII ' I I-1: I. . SSIUII C'InII I-I. Swiinniing L. Ilast-ball lei-II. Intra. I-2 .... Jerome M. Rasmussen "Razz" SI. .X4Il'1an. Ilonm' Roll I-2. CIIIIIIII. Modal II. Phys. Alt-dal I. Ilonoi' Suv. I-I-II. flLll'Illl'I-Illlt' II-I. Golf I. Iiwlg. SI. Intra. 1-2 .... Stefan Rentz "Str-II"' St. IIIIIIIP NDVI. CI. 'I'I'vas. 2. Ilnnor llnll I-2. Ilonor Soc-it-ty Ii-4. IIITIIII Connn. 23. Iiwlg. 23. lntra. I-IS. . . . Bernard Michael Roche "Bugs" Saint Dnrotliy. S..-MC. tS0r'I'vIaI'y -II. .Inninr l,I'0Ill C'nI11I11ittt'tf. . . . Ronald Allen Rudnicki t'StncI" St. Mit-hat-I. Ilotrotl Club SI tlirongli 4. Mission C'InII I 'n also -I. Cross- C'nlIntI'y I lIlI'UllgIIl 2. Iiasvlmall 2. Intra. Ilantllvall I IIIVUIIQII 2. Int1'annn'aI liaskvtlmall I"I'vsI1I110l1 'n Senior Years .... Phillip Thomas Ruel "MutItly" St. I'lI'ilIlI'IS III- Sales. Ilntrncl l'InIm 35. Varsity I"ontImaII il. Varsity I3asI-Imall -I. I.igLIIIw0igLIiI Ifnntlmall I X 2. Intrznnnral IlancIIIaII, l'II'0SlllIl2lII, Sopliolliow, 'n, too, .Inninr Years. llIlI'iLllIllI'2lI Iiaskvtlmall I"i'0sInnan and Snplioinnrv antl Junior and, finally, Svnini' Years. I't-rak l,I'It'l'St'Il I l'In-Ian Phillips Ilivpvi' I'iIIski I'ryInIIn-I' Iylltwl II:IImitIt':Ill Itavlaw IISISIIIIISSUII Itvntz IIIWII1' IIIIIIIlI4'Iil llnvl Rush Rusnak Sainpson S:ir:n-iin Saivillo Selineider Sm-gert Ss-rt ic-li Shields Simari Smith, K. Smith, Ric-hard Smith, Robt. J. Smith, Robt. N. Smrekar Thomas P. Rush "Thumper" Saint Justin Martyr. Car Club 3. Mission Club 3. Jr. Prom Committee. Baseball 4. Ltwt. Football 1 and 2. Intramurals: Basketball 1-4g Handball 2-4 .... Jerome John Rusnak "Jerry" Assumption B.V.M. Honor Roll 3, Soeiety 4. T. O. 3-4. Mono. Club 4. Ltwt. Ftball. 2. Wrestling 2-3. Golf 2-4. Midget Bsktball. 1. lntra. Bsktball. 1-4 tChamps 2jg Hndball 1 .... Daniel Mathias Sampson "Sam" St. Kilian. German Medal 3. Honor Society 3-4. T. U. 3-4. Carmel- Lite 4. Oriflannne 4. S.A.C. 4. Ltwt. Football. 2. Wrestling 2 .... Michael J. Saracini "Sale" St. Dorothy. Car Club 3. Ltwt. Ftball. 1. Track 1-2. X-Country 1. Intra. Bsktball. 1-2, Hdball. 1-2 .... Denis M. Savillo " Den" St. Columbanus .... Michael E. Schneider t'.Xtlas" St. Vin-tor. Radio Club 3. X- Country 2. Bwlg. Lg. 3-4 .... Raymond J. Segert "Segs" St. Rose of Lima. Mission Club 3-4. . . . Thomas G. Sertich "Spaghetti-Bender" Saints Peter K Paul. Band 1-4 tProp. Mgixj. Bwlg. Lg. 1. Intra. 1-2 .... Donald W. Shields "Wild Boy" St. Mary QRiverdalej. Clubs: Miss. 1-23 Record 4. Swimming 1 X 4. Intra. Wrestling 1-4 .... Frank J. Simari "Wild Boy" St. Philip Neri. Miss. Club. 2-3. Ref-ord Club 4. Intra. Basketball 2-3g Handball 1-3 .... Kenneth M. Smith "Smitty" St. Francis de Paula. Class Tr. lg See'y. 2. Hon. Roll 1-33 Society 3-4. Math. Medal 4. T. O. 3-4 tSee'y. 41. SAC. 4. Oritlamme 4 CBusiness Mglxj. Bwlg. Lg. 2-3 .... Richard W. Smith "Smitty,' Immaculate Conreption. T.O. 4. Bwlg. Lg. 2-3. Intra. 1 .... Robert J. Smith "Smitty" St. Adrian. Band 1-4. Ftball. 3. lntra. l- 4 .... Robert Neal Smith "Bob" St. Columbanus. History Medal 3. Religion Medal 4. Oritlamme 3. Swimming 2. Bowling League 3. Intramurals 2- 4 .... John Joseph Smrekar "Jack" Saint George. FATHER BAIRD DISCUSSES THE QUALITIES OF SAINT jOSEPH'S COLLEGE AT COLLEGE NIGHT. S E N I 0 R S 27 S E N I 0 R S HERR SMITH ATTEMPTS TO TRANSLATE STEUBEN, AS FR. THOMAS CATCHES HIS SUBURBAN ACCENT. Roberd Snodgrass "Holm" Iloly Cross. Buncl I .... Richard L. Stachurski I'I3uttm'-Bull" Iminuc-ulatc i'onc-option l3.Y.M. Ifrosh-Sopli lfootlmull lxlilllilflll' I4 I. Wrvstlingg Nlzumgvr I, 2. Bowling I-3. IIlII'2LIIIl1I'2ll Wrostling 3 .... joseph A. Stadelmann "She-ik" St. AIIVIZIII. Ilot Iiocl Club 3. I'll0l'Il'0IIli'S Club 2 and 3. Junior Prom Connnittc-0 .... Gerald J. Stadler "I.uc'ky" St. Ifvlivitzls. Iiootlmall 2, 3. Swinuning I. Intru. lisktlmnll I-4 QC'lnunp 49. Intru. Ilncllmzill. I-2. Inlm. Wrvstling 3 .... john D. Sternagle "hu-k" I'zu'ksi4Im- .... Thomas E. Stibich "Rat" St. Patrick. Nlonogrzun i'luIm 4. Bnskc-tlmll 2 IMg1'.l. lfootlmll 1 1.-4 QNIgr.J. Intm. YV1'ostling 2, 3 Qflhanip 29. . . . John W. Streeter A'.lol1nny" 0. I.. of l'0zu'0. 'llravk I. lntrn. Iiuskvtlnull 3 .... Edwin F. Sullivan "Teil" SI. Iiiliun. CIIVIHS-cl0llIIlI'y I. Intrzl. Haskeflmall N Ilnmllmll I, 2 .... Rocky A. Sullivan "XIzLV0l'i1'k" St. I"r:mr'is do I,2llII2l.. C'ross-Country I and 2. Trac-k 2. Intrzi. Iiuskvtlmll 2. Intrzunurul llzuullmull I-3. . . Thomas J. Sullivan "Sully" St. Iiiliun. S.A.C. 4. T. U. 3. .I1'. I'i'on1 Connn. 'l'rzu'k X X-QIOIIIIIFY I-2. lntru. Iiziskvtlmll 2, 4. I11t1'zu1n1l'u.l XVTOHIIIIIQ' 3. . . Robert W. Svejcara "Sway" St. Brido. Curiiiol-I.ite 3, 4. lfootlmall I. Intru. Bsktlmll. I, 23 IV11-stling 25 Ilcllmll. 3 .... William H. Szlaius " I.ov01'l' Ascension. Iiusc-Imll 2, 3. 'IlI'2M'Ii 2-3. Swimming I X 2. Intm. 3 .... Theodore H. Szromba "Tod" St. Mary Mag- clzilvnv. Honor Roll I. C'zu'mvl-I.ito 3-4. S.A.C. 4. Iiwlg. 2 1140125 .... William E. Szyrnczak 4'Shi1n" Quigley. Rom-orcl Cl. K S.A.C'. 4. Bwlg. 3-4. . . . Richard R. Tenfelde "Ton" Saint Dorothy. Svience l'lil.II' 2 Qlfirst I'lzu'o Biology Moclzilil. II0:'o1'cl Club 4. 'l'hi1'ml Order 3 and 4. Clzuunvl-l.ito 4. Student Al'I'2LIlgI'lIl0IIIH CUIIIIIIIIITO 4. Uriflzunnw 4. 'I'1'zu'k I, 2, 3, :Incl 4. C'i'oss-Country I :incl 2. IlIll'2lllllll'2ll Hzuullmzxll I :incl 2. lIIll'it1lIllI'llI Bzwkvtlmull I and 2. Suomi fruss , If- ! ' St:1c'Inn'ski SIIIIIUIIIIIIIIII Stucllvi' Stv1'11:1glv Stilrivll SII'I'4'll'l' Sullivnn, IC. Sullivan, Ii. Sullivan, T. Svi-jr-:mi Szlnius Hzroinlm SZXIIIUZIIIQ IIIOIIIIUIIII' 'lIlllllllllF, liolil. 'lIllllIllllS. ltogvr 'app l laszm-lt Walt-mln Walt-nt a Wiat rak Williams xv0jt'll'l'lllllYSlil Wronski Wysorki Zurm-lt William R. Thacker "Bill" Ascension. Monogram Club 2-4. Liglitwviglit Football I, 2. Swimming I- 4. Trai-k II. lntra. llandball I, 23 Basketball I, 2 QLIIIZUIIPS 23 .... Robert J. Thomas "Bob" Nativity B.Y.Kl. llonor Roll I. Orifiannnc, Carmel-Lite I-4 flilltllll l'ltl.J. llobatv 3. S..-X.C. and Bvrorcl Club 4. llublirity II and 4. Bowling I and 23 .... Roger Lee Thomas "ling" Calumet lligh School. Carniel-l.it0 4. l.igglitwl-igln lfootball 2 .... Raymond R. Trapp Wliayl' St. Clotiltlv. Class Treas. Zi. Biology Modal. Car N Mono. Clubs 4. Carmel-Lite, S.A.C. 4. Tliird Ortlm-r Ii, 4. Jr. l,l'0lll Comm. Varsity lftball. 2-4. Trai-k 2. Bowling I and 2, Lightweight Football I. lutra. Baskotball I, 2, 4, tCl1a1nps IDQ Handball I, 23 Wrestling Ii .... Arthur C. Trejo "Curly" Saint Cyril .... joseph P. Ulaszek H-lllIl1IJ01'H St. Bride. lill-t'troni1-s Club Zi. Basketball 3, 4. Track I and 2. Intramural Wrestling I ..,. Richard John Walenda t'IVally" Saint. Cyril. Trac-k I and 2 .... James Bemard Walenta "Jim" Quigley l'r0paratory Sc-in. Honor Society 4 .... Claude C. Wiatrak HShadow" Saint. Botnan. Freshlnan-Sophoniorc Football I, 2. . . . Curtis joseph Williams "Junior" Saint Col- l1llll7i1llllS. Mission Club 2. Track I. Basketball I. Thoinas Noble Intramural Basketball rlIOLll'llZ1lll0lll 4. iXlll'l1tll'l Murphy Intraniural Handball Tourney I, 2 .... Reginald Dennis Wojciechowski "Twinkle- Toesn Saint Mary Magdalene. Bowling lltlilgllt' I and 2. Mr. James l"att.or0 Intramural IVr0stling '.lIOlll'IIZlI1lt-'Ili I .... William Joseph Wronski "Sabi-r" Saint Mir-liacl. lfreshinan and Sophoniorc Baseball Team 2. Bowling League 3 .... Kenneth Michael Wysocki "Itchy" lnnnarulate Cont-option. Spvwli 3, 4. Bowling 2, 3. Gerald A. Zurek 'tZ0ke" St. Kevin. Carmel-Lite 3-4. .I1'. ljl'Oll1cIO1l1lll. lftball. and Trac-k 23. Bowling 2, 23, 4. Intra. Basketball I. FR. RUDOLPH SHOWS HARRIS 85 BLAZINA COLLEGE LITERATURE AS OTHERS RELAX IN CAREERS ROOM. S E N I 0 R S 29 Junior Class Officers MICHAEL V. FARR RICHARD S. MCKENZIE LEONARD R. OLSON THOMAS R. MITCHELL Secretary Vice-President President Treasurer K QW s w . A M, gj Q, ,W . - m,,' ' 2 In : Mg , , :ig h 1 2 W ,, ig 5, , f. A w SEX A ,. - ,lg jk . mf. me " lax igf gge-mcmf ,, ,L xv. Q se i! Ev Q . .zf -, :-.. U W ,T A . fwf 1 5 ,fi ,,-f Y:-va 1 -519, ,V 5 fx 2 . sw 1 F, w ' x xx 12 QW W gli? k P? QP wtf ,, YV 4 Qfiff v.a -wo Ly 1 any f , A' . - if ' .. 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I,Hj'Il Inn IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ab t IIIII ll II Sitting, I. to I.: NIi4'II:lI-I I'f1I NIVNIIII-X .I:I1II--S ll. SIIt'l'I1I1'Ii. .I:IIIII-s .I. IIIII'Iai1I 'I'IIuIII:Is XI. iil'I'VX. Standing: I':IlI'i1'I J. NI:IInIIvx'. I':IlII M. II:IIIIII'm'z, KwI':IIII .I. Sink. 'I'IIl'1I1IIIl'I' l'II:II'II-s IiIImIiI,.InI1 Il. I"iIzp:II1'iI-IQ. IJ:IIIi1-I I.:-xx:IlIII:mskI A .- 4, , ,N L ' E? L , . , 5 'L' X 5 fi J- L if x M ...Q it t Ja.. 'ilk-2 5 . H .H A ,ji , th K 3, fn f . V ,mn -ff - f' 1' YA' fi iz .iii Q 1' kk H a gf. ?1-ii fa Y . s .L f5TS f bi '., ' 1 if? f' fs fi'-as gf f , 'SSW 2 li' FZ-H: . 1 M 'Fw' I 4 . - L , ,. all 72 ' in , S ,, ., " 'f A "f...Q " 3, gl Q Q f M 1 -fp " -19' . 5 .55 M sw: ew t I 5 - , M J XE? if 'lf N 5 1 if !' x x 'f - 4 - 4 'QR' A L t -"2 - ,Hr . . - 4' w Three - Five Sitting, 1. to r.: John A. l'r'm1cl1-i'g:1st, 'llllUIllIlS Ilnclrlli-sion, John l'. Quinn, Jos. linsil Quinlan. Standing, 1. to r.: .lolxn 'l'l1o1n:1s Clark, Win. li. Moore, lim-rulrl l.ur':1sKnc'l1t:1,Jol1n M. L:u'kin. Absent from picture was J. lNIf'C:1lm1-. Sitting, 1. to r.: xyilliillll .-Kllvn lloocly, William l':1trir'k Gust-y, Holm lCmlw:n'rl Svlxrvi llll-IJ, l.. l'll'Illll'lS Sl'llll0iIllll. Standing, l. to r.: .lost-ph Rm-pku, Jr., K1-itll IC1'nsl, Joseph llaislmvli, Ralph l'. Nlnttlivs. Absent: l.:1w1'4-live Flood. Sitting, 1. to r.: Hoge-1' Villl0lllHS HllglllxS, .luinvs ll. clllIlXY2lf', .losvpli IilliSllIlXK', li. Ynlvntim- llui4l:i. Standing, l. to r.: i'll'1'Cll'I'il'li linnnncr, li. liclwziiwl N1-stor, lionnlal l+'.Z:1lwk:n, Wn1.l5. iXI1'Ni1'lltJillS. Absent from photo was NI. Mr-llivit. Sitting, 1. to r.: Willy John Nlnnning Bl'iIlll IJ. lllliQlI'1l, 'l'. Jos. Nlf'llol4ll'ir'k .lost-pl: l":it:1. Standing, 1. to r.: llzavifl Lynn, Jr., .luinvs William ll:-line, lirl l':1tru'k Hanlon, iN4lI'lll2iIl J. l'llc'l1:1lskl nnil, linnlly, l'll'i1Ilf'iS .losvpll NIl'gx1l1lll1S .1 V 7 h , na ' gs 4 W Q1 TTS I A l 5 W 'Q-. N 3 I l".' 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'ff fn 3 fy., ' 1 I ' 'Iwi :view Y - f 'tie 512153551-I 'V JU 5 rw -Q -W1 i P, M, 1. 1 f ,,, ,, f ..l,,..,,, F-A 1 I 4 QL Q. , - ' f :Q Ts if 1 l. i n A X r I Y Y . Q Two -Three Sitting, 1. t0 I.: Si1'I7ill'll Suyln-S, Jus. i'if,5:l11 Nillllw-11. .hulls-S I". Xlmlzilwwski. llolu-rl iil'Hl'g4' Hulili. Standing, 1. to r.Z i1'l'4llIll' Yun liurrin-s, xii1'ilIli'i J. llnrm-, , , , , Y . two.X:1llul'1lg:1l':l. i 1-lv Ixfwllwl, i7:lVlli Ins. Nil'i,IIl't'II, .lulm ii:lj'IllUlHi igUl'll. Sitting, l. to 1.: l'lm1'l1-s Ri:-I1 llrulis, lhmul lm- .lum-s, IC. Sc-lmpm-11. iithllilili S. Puvzwul-nwski. Standing, l. to I.: 'l'iml11:1s Hr1wl1mm'ski, Pnlnlu Hts-ro, J. itl1ss1'll'i'1ll'lwy', .Xlln-rt li. c'I'4lIlI'iiill, J. Aims Ix:u'z:ul:1, liulml. Julm iiI'Ulll1'Wlf'Z. Sitting, l. to r.: lJ:1Vi1l 'iiilUlIlI1S Ifligin-I Mntthvw J. i'illlK'I'SUIl. i"l'f1lll'iS Sloan i,l'il'l' iilllllk Standing, 1. to r.: lflflw. li l"v'111r'l1rn lfr-mk i,K'll'll'liH C' I5 Rulr 4 . , . . , . . - 1-rts. Yi:-tm' IM-lin, Slunlvy .lnzwiorski Absent was lmroy i"l':ll1rA1S Jzilvlcmski Sitting, I. to r.: iiiK'il:lI'1i S, iiHZiHXYSiil G4-mlql K1-gliz,Iinlrt..Xll1'l1lill1'iluski,.X Just-ph l'rinmziv. Standing, l. to r. limlwrllwl ii:l!'l'f', ii1'l'lkIll'Ki I". SZ:1l'l':l11skl Junnllum Strm-lving, 'l'lms. f1Zll'Ill01ij li. li, Zin-Imwslii :ami Nm-il iiI'1lKiZillSiil 3 1 5 Y x s -1-N' , ,125 25' 4+ V 1 1Win".ixl X ' 2232 f .1 , H ' www3f fg Q, ,, 3' ' X 'L V Q1!Q3.5:dug,gRf3 ,f . V N , i 1 vga' A2111 -' ,' " ' x 4' 'Ki -.,'.,::l!..L: - 1 I f 1 , 1 Y .-1 - xi 51 -..,z i Fr .,,: , r -f , 1 ,, v W 1 I' M7 3 ' 1 if wr we 'Q Mig ' ' :ff exe H I y 4 1' 9 x .W Q I iA bv My , My Q Q U Lbiwg , q -. , ,yu ,XF -H52 , ,Mg Q 6 A 3. 1' r s A hh W hy 5 Qigk' ? ?'-i35'i ".. 5 T1ivY'5Q,gJx ,fiww as ,ggjjaz 1 g ' x , -' , X F ww W 2: 1 S ki P x X I 958- Y 'mf -:' Q4 Kim' , M x 3' J f Q ' 5 N X , ' X- -2 22 , V A ',i?5'E'r?V ' -sw - ' 'We gxlsffgzagw ww . I gg Q J W-L rv SVI'-1 V -, if fu - gg' . " T122 551 " M" dung ff QQ , .- W "' ,v,i'f KK ' iz- Hiw xg 1 K? 1 X N 5 , -,,mf4M. A. W 'viii U U Y 2 nd w Q,-HQ Xchvpfq. fx . .whiff ww 12+ My ,,. 5,114 ,ww A gwjfgf ,nw ,T .Mk,,,. b 3 ,,wM,H ,ww V fl . .. X .1 fl was 2,42 -v ,If-f. i -H ' . , u -.W,,,,.,fQ. X , ,M 'fkifivli Q" . 5 , ' X 1 nf K If-M ff. -W wwf. xghwx IWW I 'es A ii . . ,SQA Two - Six Sitting, I. tQ wr.: .IuIm Ilim'io.1.Imm IX. Ilwsvy, IIIUIIIIIS W. I'.:u'tI1, 1 :url II Iiulllwrg. Standing: .Iunn-s Wull Cm III:-, tim-mn'gv I.. Kluszynski, I,:lwl'vnm'm .Iim I'IIIZLfK'I'IlIII. .Inst-ph ,XntI1u11y Ron Imwski. Absent: XIic'Il:u-I I". f'I:u'Ix Sitting, l. to r.: Iirinll Flu-stvr' Iimwn-Iii .Inmc-s J. C'uf'I'1-y, Itmmlci IC. Uslrow- ski, Nlnrtin .XII-x Mutt. Standing: Iicl- wnrni W. IiUIlIl'1'ZIiil, IIic'I1:1I'1I I". IIiII IA-n .I. Iumrikzl, Ilan Ia. Walsh. Ab- sent: Ilan C':mkIu-y, KY W. ilizu-muini Sitting, I. to r.: Iimmlal I"oItm:m. Miki' .-XII:-11 U'C'mn1l1m', 'I'Ium1:ns John Ill-Vins, Jolm Wulivr SOIIIIIIUV. Standing: .lim NI. NIl'IilIlI'U, ICII il. U:11'11vi',.Ius1-pI1 A. .I:lIn'zynsIiI, KIic'I1:u'I IC. Ityull. Abstintt NIlr'I1:u-I I,. I,I'1'ZH'Ili'I', Jus. I'. I'1x-otuln. Sitting, I. to r.: Tom I". Walsh, Rivh- u'mI 'IIl'Ilf'j' f1Zt'l'II, IlmmI1I I':1l1I I":n'Iwr, Iuiuvs I':ntri1-Ia Km-:max Standing, l. to r.: IIIVIIUIIIIIS I"1':n11c-is Iirm-i1IIn-l'. 'IIIlHlll:lN U V - , . IX. iw1IulII, :md Ilumms K MII-y. Ab- sent: Rnlut. J. 'II4'lISI'Ilt'l', Klilu-Z:u1I4:1s. Freshman Class Officers GEORGE J. FRANKLIN JOHN W. LARKIN EDWARD J. MUNNO JOHN A. JENSEN Vice-President Treasurer Secretary President gk ' V: ww 3.9 .i ,4 m K3 ,xi fe W , ' ' ng nl M N123 'fu 4 li , i. j'.:: -K 42:5-:lf 1' - 1, ' ,W . Wi? 1ffiaf f Nmv. - .1 'vvdxn ff' 'Wil' A A 4 2 L Qt L' 5? 5 ' Q? :Qi 1 Q +5 'iii Q., ff if ' dt, I A2 , xi at M' if gy- - ,pg Q-1 ,wa ,E-, ., S: - M., 5 w.ls.,. i z V r I Q Lm., Q ggi W Af V , WL ,,......,, , 3: ? S- I if n 5 , . P' A Q MMEW I F A ., 2 . h 6 1, 5 X M P . '1 V fy! K xwkgwi ,N .. , J . .fu -y J - by f "X 3 .L , ,K VM 5. 1' I M One -Two Sitting, 1. to r.: 'l'l1m1ms J. K'mm-in, ll. li. Clnlvrin-l, Jost-ph linlmwls, J4'l'1llfl M. Xlr'C':llw. Standing: John Szuslnk, John liuvl, Rllyllllllltl Shipnnik, Julm l,lll2lI'll, Hutt lhisivk, :xml Nll1'll:l1'l N. Stosii-h. Sitting, l. to r.: l':1ul J. liIll'lll0ll, J. llvvlnll, John J. liulvlv, .lnlm-s lu. Nlr'Willi:uns. Standing: linrry C 'Ullll0I'S, lflilmml Nlumm, llI't'lltl:lll l"ug:ll'ty, l'I4l I Sullivrm, Hill Ivltzmmx, I,:u-ry lluugh. Sitting, l. to r.: linlu-rl Nluvllm-r, Hill Wm-In-r, lim-11 Zvukvl, Jrmn-s l11':ilmr'vk. Standing: l+'n'1-iltmlmll, lJt'lllS Pivvk, lion l's-tm-rw-11, 'l'imutliy Nl. lfllllllgilll, Nlikv Just-plu Yiin-1-, illlllllllllf lC:l1'l lim-kwa-ll. Sitting, l. to r.: l.lulwl C'uw:u1'1l, lhiviil lil'llSXYil'lil, liulwrl Smith, 'l'lmm:ns M. Hull-. Standing: 'l'ml1l Nm-lsun, Win. Lym-ll, l,:lIlll'l Y. xx-llll:IlllSllll, Jusm-ph l':1l1'im'li lgl'HSllIlll, l,1-my Ch-U, l'1'l4-rsml. , A " ' L l SQL ,K Qfffs- I U' Yi W W Q K A ,, . .. .ii ::Jgg Lg' if 'S -x1, ' . 1 -2,5 Q, ' , WH - , f"-rl 'L A .- . ,m.: U -"2: f L- U ,, , ..!gqf7LSgH55,f.:,. MY " W i I -1 ""- 1 " - " -' A i'. ,-." 455-PS5 WL'- ' 51 ' ' 1 .. ' hi' m ,. L W 1 is? AKJ' 1 A 'khgn ' L 3 .1 Y M A A - 2' --'.,'h , . W., WW, 'l"T "' M 'K-hh' N . + s. - . , 1 ' A , V I - ' Li- ' x , . ..A..,, f , - A A A 'g K' A ' X , f VV VAA, . . . , ,, ,,V, A -K . . .' sr i , . J - . .f'f,:l K KL QS ky na!! W., - A fs I 5 l 'a f ij L5 f? W f 3 ywm WL., E V X '4 s I m . U .fs -f M , ,gi , V45 Q M 0. .W...v M x. M.. ..,...Q..MT,,..L.L.,. 5 Ma.-f . f if ,QW L si ..., ' - 1,-. 1 ' W4 , M. . 5 I n V Q l , , ,M A ...Ml-..--i ml i i, Q2 -sf 9: Une - Four Sitting, 1. to I.: Artliur llzum-r, Curl 'l'. liililllc-yw, Julm l'. l'unnv:1, Wm. J. clIlll2lVIlll. Standing: Jolm .I. liolnml, Jolm J. IM-rvin, lillgvm- Niksivli, Paul Nl. .lvsclsliia Absentziix-1-gum' Fllrlnaln. Sitting, l. to r.: Tlms. Warrvn Knorr, 1 .lanu-N l". xlllljllly, AI'lllllI' l :ull Sllllil'l, JIIIIIOS M. Nvnglv. Standing: lmmy J. liamwiswki, f'l:u'vnm'v lflmlw. Fuss, Tlms, Jus. 'l'ivrm'y, l'l1lw:ml Nlurtin llnllsvll. Sitting, l. to r.: l41'y:u1 Sh-vm-ns, livvin Jus. Fitzgm-1':nlml, William .l. lhnn:m:1s, S:llv:l1u1:4- lJ'.-Xlls-s:1mlm. Standing: J. l. Mm-liglu-,.Ios1-pl:M.Iinmie-1':i,Iiolmt. Jolm lJ1'xvwim'ki, .'Xll4l'l'1l l.:1rry Smith. Sitting, l. to r.: Jolm l'll':1llt'iS lilvin, Jann:-s Jus. Sl:llll'I'4Y, Jnlm-s Rolwrt. Qlliglrly, l'lclw. -lIlIlll'S llaily. Standing: l l"r:mm-is l. Nl1'fll'2llll, llxmim-l J. llurkv, ll 1 I 111 l 44' Nlnslvy, Nliw-Inu-l ll. Yvun. One - Five Sitting, 1. to r.Z ltivlixml ll. Phillips, 'l'l1un1:1s John lit-i'1n:m, lion:1lclYinc-viii Blikailnllsky, K4-rim-tlx Sllllllliil. Stand- ing, l. to r.: liivh. J. flll2ll'l'li0!l, JM'- mnc- S. Wzxlvzuk, .Iuhn I". Clwnivr, ldcl T. Nlulnnvy, :uni liolu-rt Y. li:u1sl'm'cl. Sitting, l. to r.: iiill'l'j' Johnson, Pat lmly, David Stull, Rolwrt. M. Hiillgll. Standing, l. to r: Rolwrt Lvpczynski, C'l1:u'lc-s P. Km-lly, Gvrzilml F. Zollor, Stn-plu-il Roifz-iss, Phillip J. iil1lIlf'U. Absent: Len lhivia and Toni Swm-1-ncy. Sitting, 1. to r.: liil'llIll'll K. Bit'l'ililIl Furl Louis Skmvruliski, lionznld Thus lim-li, John Bi0lliUllSS2lllly. Standing 1. to r.: 'ilt'I'I't'IlI'l' Niicllnvl illBl'il'Il , 'l'l1u1n:is llzivul iXOW:llSlil, Aillilx i'lI'2lIl1'ih Rl'l'V2lS, llonulii Ellgvlll' Sluwiliowslii Sitting, 1. to r.: .hum-s I.. Nzmlollzx lizivrmnufl J. clXY!1llIISlil,-i21Ill0Sl5t'I'll2l1'l Nlritllmw, John J. lwnszlm. Standing, 1. to r.: l.:nwrvnr-v JIIIHPS Szinngki .lzunvs llzivv Cuvxilmilgli, J1-rry lxvn I llnyvs, :xml .lvimnv Stnnls-y livtrzzxli I .,f- ' 9 1' ' . 9 Q x 2 ., H if ff A s I . 1' 5 7, 1 5 4 S P V . . 14 U T? ii gf ie? V-f v B 'QKEY i' I ,rv ' L, ... K ., M., JK. ?iQ?gw vw til, ,E , . -1 r. 5 1, 1 , X 'if' v, A A1 4 'D N. . 1 QA, h i ,ga ig ,wx :Q Lgxx ,, 2 . K, K 3 ia is EY Q jaihx i la W' ' , .wel .L 3 .W,. .,n...f 5 5 - N V ,V 5 ,W , M- ,Eg-.Y-N31 r: . ff WMS e Ffullf' ff Wi Y .-351, : qu: , 3. N Q," ' 'A 'L X 3 gif, A maui I wh SS i ,291 Ay Axn ,r my A : , y . ,,.. , if? I 1 " ..,-11, . . , Q ,a-D u ' ft, Y 1312 73,7 ITF I , I , . : yy,-.-I-.Q V . K Q- 'f 5,:4 P, Q p y f, T f 1 "K b x . I i 'I 'iii' W 3: 1 . 1 ' .WL . - , Q--QL ' ..L,a1 7.31. ' "Hn , ,wffff -, - 'fAW, V' " 'Q' X: ,fwff , -E255 y-- - f---, 'f 3 -,-,rf ' ,411 H-we-. 555:91 . JJ I --fl. " F- '- 1551 , Q2 V jfeibeei :pi If A.. 'nf ' A-sw' wi --2e:Q h.w:SfP'iTi1'2 YE -V.. 3. , r,.,,.. T fm- , , Au, H ' ' 2 'JZ Tv v , " 4 jr if J' 1 ,L 5 D . .f..v,v. .K ,A I v,.. ,L 4 , WL- W - wtf? Une - Seven Sitting, 1. to r.: Nli!'il2ll'l SIUAIIIIIOII, J. I52ll'll2lIll, l':1t Huglu-s, Rim-h Ilwyvr. Standing: Bob Buivlqlv, Tom Iflc-kstrom, Ilmmlml Jnsvpll Arlusky, John Wojr-ik, 111-11 l'z-rx. Absent: Nlnmn, Kntulinim-. Sitting, l. to r.: I"l':llll'iS iillllflllli, J. Km-rl1,JoI111 Iiuslxm-ll, Rulwrt Stn-rllanglv. Standing: Iil'll I:ill'iIll', Clvnllmi Hilton, .hum-s f'lmrlvs liutlm-r, .hum-s l'Mc-1' C'o11nully, mul Inst, th-u1'gv'l'ho1npsm1. Sitting, I. to r.: Ik-Unis Iim'n:u-ki, I'. l,l'1'SiiIl, Gun- Novak, .ls-rzxlcl i'IliW:lI'fi l'iUlll'llit'l'. Standing: limmis :xIf'iX1Ilh0Il, 1,2lil'i1'ii .lose-pll fiflbllill, .lzilnvs Yinvm-lit fiiUl'li2lllU, :xml Stvvvn Flilllk Kuhn. Sitting, 1. to r.: i,:IWl'1'llt'l' JIIIIIXSZIIIC, li1ll'l'j' Nlurvlni, Nlivlmnu-I I-':u'Iuw, I"l'2lIlk Wlwlilum. Standing: G4-rulrl Idclwarfls, ltif'l1:n1'1l William lfryv, Pzltrir-k -11111108 H'l5ri4-n.pl11slim-ulil i'NI'1llll'iS Nl:-1 Qrzilh. . PIERRE ttrnln 145 tlirt-c'ts iIlll'l't'Sfl'tl SIHIIUSII vluss tl-55. l"l'. lfith-lis givvs St'il'llI't' lI't'tllI'l' tu I-I mm Cyl' tlilIlll'Ilt tiirtl, l.5 1-Inu: 4-luss IAIISl'lllfItl'S t'Vt'l'-VUIII' in Nlr. Iiutlm-r's i-T ttup 125. .X In-xx' twist in lllllllilll nxtturv tiirtl, 1:3 in NIV. l":u'rvll's I-tv It f:lIl'S. I.:tlln limi row, I.l hulels llllllSllIlI itltt-rvst fur l-Zi. Fr. Silvnn slmws how not to mln prolwlvnls tlmttmn l.5 to I-' 3 I 1 xxtwlts KIIIILCPIIIIX ln R1-Ilgtwm with l'1'. Xlurgun tLn1l rmv, Int. V12 Russ' Rwulirtg Rtmtn tlmttrnn 1:5 put tu gmnl ust- by Frus Adult Societies Mothers' and Fathers' Clubs Help To Strengthen Parent-Teacher Ties Again tht' Mothers' Cilulm. untlt'r tht' watchful t'yt' ol' l"atht'r lfinan. t'otnplt'tt'tl a yt'ry suct't'sslul yt'ar. lht' yt'ar lit'I2lll with tht' Frt'shn1t'n lVIotht'rs' Tea. 'l'ht' annual t'artl party was nt'xt on tht' aQt'ntla. Tht' l'atl1t'rs bioiitvtl tht' n1otht'rs. who plannvtl tht' Hallowt't'n Barn Dant't'. antl t'yt'ryont' hatl a splt'ntlitl tinit'. At Clhristinas tht' rnorns antl tlatls got togt'tht'r again at tht' t'onil:int'tl Cihristinas Party antl Pantry Shower. 'lht' n1otht'rs wt'rt' t'ntt'rtaint'tl at tht' following n:t't'tinQ hy 1nt'1nl:t'rs ol' our l7ort'nsit' 'lll'2l1Il. Tht' Casino was tht' silt' ol' tht' tlinnt'r tlanct' this year. 'l'lit' ltmllowinq II!t'l'llllQfS wt'rt' tht' Past Prt'sitlt'nts' 'l't'a antl tht' hantl t'ont't'rt. Tht' t'luli ran a Bingo in April antl latt'r that inonth tht' luncheon was ht'ltl. 'l'nt' Motht'r's tlay Mass t'ntlt'tl tht' sut't't'ssllul yt'ar. Alumni Ass'n Unites Grads With Their Alma Mater and Classmates Father Pit'rrt' ht'adt'cl tht' Fathers' Cluh this yt'ar. In OCtoht'r tht' fathers got together for tht' first tin1t'. The tlacls sponsorctl tht' gala foothall lmanqut't at tht' Cfaft' ol' Tomorrow. .-Xt tht' following two 1nt't'tings tht' tlatls wcrt' joined hy their sons. Tht' Faculty-Senior hasltcthall gaintx intramural wrest- ling 'n swinnning wt'rt' tht' main attractions at tht' n1t't'tings. Tht' lathcrs and sons also got tcgt'zht'r at tht' l"atht'r-Son Coininunion Brt'altllast. A suCt't'ssl'ul yt'ar was Conclutlctl at a Sox-Yanltt't' Night Gatntt Fr. lN1aurit't' guiclctl tht' Carniclitt' .-Xluinni to an- otht'r tint' yt'ar. First Canit' tht' Christmas Dance. 'n tht' Connnunion Brt'akl'ast. L'ntlt'r his sut:t't'ssor. Fr. lftlhcrt. tht' Banquet was ht'ltl at tht' South Short' Country Cluli to honor tht' 1908 and 1933 Classes. DAD'S CLUB OFFICERS: Seated ll. to Ll: Nlr. Jas. Glynn, NIV. l'll'1lIlli Nlalorrt--y, Mr. Nllt'll1l1'lS2Il'2lt'llll tl'rt-sl, l'ltlllN'l' l'it'rrt' lhlotlt-r:itorl, Nlr. ltit-hartl Trapp, Nlr. John Hit-kt-y, Mr. lfltlwartl i'rowt-. Standing: NIV. ltolmt-rt Kt-t-nan, Hr. llullt-rt lit-t-nan, Mr. I'Itlwartl llyons, Mr. John lioylt-, Mr. Lt-o Poynttm, Mr. rl'll0lHtlS MOTHER'S CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD: Seated tl. to LD! Mrs, Host' Kovli, Mrs. Vera litwli, Mrs. Host' Sptwk, Hrs. liva Casio, Mrs. Nlarit' Suntlstruin, Mrs. lt. Sai'at'ini, Mrs. Annaniati Mt-Nulty. Standing: Mrs. Il. Smith, Mrs. l'Itlwina Kavzala, Mrs. l,ili lilaltt-, Nlrs. Sylvia llivhalali. Klrs. Nlary Murphy, Fr. lfinan, Xlrs. Wantla Fzt-islt-r, Mrs. Ruth l"itzgt'raltl, Mrs. f'atht-t'int- Ntlwartls, Mrs. llt-lt'n Klt-Williams, :intl tht' last tint- in lint-, Nlrs. Mary llarinon. Aht'rn t'l'rt-as.l, llr. IJ. Sat-litltiht-n, Nlr. lit-rnartl St-vtlning tSt't'.l, NIV. ll. Stivt-ning, Hr. l"ranlt tlatto. Absent: Mr. Jos. l3ringazt', Mr. Roht-rt llallap.:lit-r, Mr. Anthony Rat'iti, Hr. John Costello, Mr, Paul llarinon, Mr. l"rant'is Kot-h, Mr. 'l'honias Moran, Mr. Mit'hat-I lit-Iant-y, anti, last hut not lt-ast, Mr. Ronaltl Sullivan. ' w ALUMNI OEFICERSZ' Seatgd, l. to r.: X11-ssrf. .I. lXlIl'llrI1'l'. U3 NN, Xlnlum-3, I 1 '-.,, n1n..1,,1...Il5ml4 xI1!llI'il'!'1NIUlI.l. Absent: lu. 5K'lIlllNl'l'1lI. I 'IIQ .lim llm-lm:-. 'iillg W. Xlm'1'isuI1. '3l. 'X .. 9 any K ' in E W . ,, flag 'S - A H? A. . - L LLL E I SW M F gg 1' 1 B2 1 ,QL S - . , '!'5xT? 'Tf 4 . . , ..,, E . , gl fx K x 'Y 4' if I 'ADO-SE-DO" illlll : : -,E - ' 5 X rxwtlu-I1lwInN:al11l1l:1:Is 5XXiIlgL4'1ll'llH1lll'l'JlI'llllll4l14111104 HALLOWEEN MOTIF :fl ilu- lm'-1. X 2-254 Q 2 1 k". Q NDON BRIDGE" :ulil1Il'ir':1I1-lmrll1l:1lu'vn1m'1-lm-HI, girl K 'w Q J Af sfyir, . fi uw ariuffy CHRISTMAS PARTY plruz-vs mn' IPZIVUIIIS :null ll-:wlu-r'sil1:1 jux'ul14 Imlifl-uv 'lIIIl1Nlllll'I'1' FATHER DAVID DISTRIBUTES HOLY COMMUNION, AND FATHERS AND SONS ENJOY THE BREAKFAST LATER ALUMNI EVENTS: ILA RECENT GRADS SWING PARTNERS AT XMAS DANCEQ IRA ANNUAL BANQUET SCENE Q8 Publicity Organs Oriflamme Binds a Year's Events With Many Photosg Carmel-Lite Onct' signin this yvzrr Cfnrincl's thrcv journalistic en- clvnvors. thc fJI'llhl2llIlIllL'. thc Cnrincl-l,itc and tht' SCIOOP. wvrt' vditvd und pulmlishvd in thvir usual t'xt't'llv11t mzmncr, With this yt'nr's Uriflznmnt' wc. tht' stnll' ol' 58. prcsvnt. in the pictures amd stories Contzrincd in its pnqcs. thc cvcnts of thc '58 school ywir. 'l'ht' phnsvs ol' tht' studcnts' yczn' ut Carrncl all ol' which nrc Crmitcctccl with thc Sczipulnr Ol' Our l.z1dy thnt is so vividly portrziyvd on our covvr. nrt' clt'scriI:t'cl so that sr rcmindvr of lift' at Ciarinel will lat' zrlwnys nt their fingertips, The stzifi' ox- tt-nds its thanks to lrnthcr Edhcrt. our tnodcrutor. who Combines Past News 8t Features, But Scoop ls First With the News worked vcry hnrd to pulmlish thc Uriflzunmc. 'l'ht- Czn'111el-l,itccznneout this your ar clifl't'rt'11t pnpvr in mzmy rvspccts. It czunc out oncc' cx'vr'y 3 wot-ks in- stcad ol thc usual monthly puhlication. .-Xlso. tht' News. Sports. and Humor dcpztrtincnts wort' CZlCll under 21 st'pz11'z1tC editor. Dick lN1CQCc. lim Bullet' X Brian Henderson respectively. The inoclt'rz1tor, l"r. Scam. tht' 3 Editors. and thc stnfl' put out at pztpcr' Cquziling or surpassing in quality previous yczrrs. Tha- sCho0l's third publication. thc wvvkly pzlpvr. SCOOP. was Cditcd l'CQlll21I'ly lay Tim Bttlfvr. lt kept tht' stu- dtrnts informed on ull tht' ncws and nctivitivs nt Cinrincl, sv--,Q 1058 ORIFLAMME STAFF: Seated, 1. to r.: Ilan Srnnpson, Standing, 1. to r.: ltolwrt llrirolrl lirulv, 'l'horn:ts tit-urge Spf-:rlwrx llrixrri llt-rrtltwsnri, Win. llrviirrrtii. Jus. lfritsxyrislii, l"r'. l'itllwl't, 'l1iIIl0lllf'J0llll litillc-r', llivliztrwl f1ll1lI'l4'S Klt-vw-, lit-nm-tli Nlt-rlin liulwrt 'llllilIll:lS. Xlivlixn-I King.liit-ltrtrrl'l'v11t'vltlc-, l'Iflw:1r'rl4tls4n1, Smith, Jainm-s R. Iii-yn. Absent: 'l'. linylv, ll. Statrikis-wir-x, CARMEL-LITE NEWS STAFF: Seated, tl. to r.D: lizmit-l Srnnpson, Turn Sullivxtn, Wm. llrvri- n:m, Jus, lxrnszynskr, Fr, St-un, llir-hnrtl Nlr-we-, lll'lllllS Colley, l,l1'XYt'llj'll 1-irins4'lu-id, l',du':rrrl Ulsnn. Standing: llulwrt 'l'l1rnn:ts, Nlir-hrurl King, 'Flamme Staff At Work FR.I'lDBERT1-IW-Iv 'll IIINII l'UI'I'4'4'Ih BASKETBALL PIX:n1'1-1-x:ull1ilw1lIn UNDERCLASSMEN mp! ifmf :Irv tru-41 lwux' lilll, l'.1I:1ml lin-I4 PICTURE CROPPING If nm.. Ivy mmrry N lir'1:m. :nt lm--lynx TYPISTS, SIN'1lIil'l' N limh-. tui -num' ml Ililtw ul' WI'iII1'll 4-ulw X Ax Q 1 NEWSPAPER STAFF 11-Iumor and Sportsbz Seated ll. to r.W: Ilm-mlvrsmm, 'l'i1nuthy Iiullk-r, Ilivk 'l'1-ni'vl1lv, .lnnmvs Iirysn. linux l"u'1'I' lm' IIQIIHIIIIXS. .luwplu .MIIIIII Ibsidu.'IR-11511-w111lm, liriml Ii. 'l'r:1pp .Y H. ITIIFIIIIISSUII. Standing: Fr. H1-nn. liulml. Sw-j1':u':u I il ,gunn- CARMEL-LITE EDITORIAL STAFF ui' 'l'im liulll-r', Nlvwv.l51rlr'l'l14n1n:1s,:mrlIll-11114-121111:1l'r'-lllgvwlumlgmpm-1' SCOOPiNmiIl1-n1111.11-U1-1-1-vlq-ll lyx' l'l4li1l!l' Hlllll-I' IIIIIIHSNISIIIIIY1LI'l'LL Sfillfllllllh prim' tu 1'il'1'11l:11im1, I Entertainment Media Band, Cheerlearders 81 Majorettes S.A.C. Ably Arranges Preparation Amuse All At Games 81 Concerts: Of Varied Student Social Activity .-X1 lhm' o11s1'1 ol' lhv '57-'58 s1':1so11. thc' Mmint 'l'hc' CTz11'z1x'z111 Cl1c'1'1'lc'z1d1'1's l1z1x'v lmvcoliic SllCll 1111 i11- Cfgirincl l1:111cl l'11c'1'cl ll 1'l1z1llv11f-'i11H' sCl11'cl11lc of Jrzic- It'LfI'2ll mart ol' "Ci2lI'llll'lN that lhvx' '11st Sl'Clll to lit N ew . , , rising, llliIl'C'lllIlLl', :incl pl11yi11Lf. ln IIll'CllIlQ this Chnl- in whc1'cx'c1' c:2lI'IHl'l spirit is most 111z111il'csl. whclh- lc-11g'1'. thc' c'11111l1i11z11io11 ul' 1'xC1'llc'111 clirvctioii hy cr in thc' Crisp ziir ol' Il liootlmll livlcl or tht' Cl1ilI'Ql'Cl Mcssrs. rlitllll l"z1lmish, Ralph Mvltzcr Zlllfl Pillll Brziz- lvrisioii ol' 11 liziskcllmll gym. XYl11'111'x'v1' Cgillccl upon, 1111sk11s, lim' lllOClt'I'2lIiIlQ hy l"r. Giles, :incl thc' c11th11s- tht' lively :'XCllliIllll'S. zihly 1ll0Clt'l'2lll'Cl lay l'lilllll'l' Mani'- lflhlll Ilfllllilllflllllll hy thc IIl2lklOI't'lIl'S and llilllfl gan, lizivc' lIiilI1SliOI'Illl'Cl thc' 1111coo1'cli1111t1'cl cilcrqy ol' lIll'Illlll'l'S h11s:1gz1i11 l11'1'11 il wi1111i11qo111'. l'iI'UIl1 grid- Cz1r1111'l 1'o01c'1's into 1111 0lliCi1'111 liorcv lor victorv. irons in vzirly l"z1ll lu scliool z111cli1o1'i11111s i11 vzirly Snioolh l'llI1l1iI1Q social vvviils ol'l1'11 s1'1'111 to "hz1p- S irinff, lhm' lmncl has 111111'cl11'cl and x'1'l'o1'1111'fl 111 z1ll von." Al Mount Czirilicl, it is thc SllIClK'lll .rX1'1'1111f"1'- I -1 A 1i1111-s SlllX'l'lJlt'. 'l'l11'i1' work in thc gricl svnsoii and 11101115 ciUIIlIllllIl't'. tmclcr l"r. Nilvs. which IIl2lliCS 1'm11'1'1'l IUIII' llilS won lllCIll prnisc' lor El lim' ycar. sociuls, lJI'OIllS. Zlllfl clzincvs i'll2lllIJC'llN so Sllllllllllly. MAJORETTE M. SARSFIELD STRUTS AT ST. RITA. GINGER CROWLEY LEADS CHEERS AT CAGE GAME. BAND OFFICERS: Sitting, l. to r.: 'l'. Mis-l1:1l:1lt t'l'r1':1s.l, W. ll:11'1l.v ll7l'lllll Klnjmrri, S, Nlir-:1lwll:1 ll'1'1-s.i, Standing: J. l':111ls lS1'1'.l, 'l'. S1-1'Iir'l1 lllrup. Nlgifl. ll11lN'1'l Slllilll il'r11p. Nlg.f1'.l,:1111l l:1sI, l'1-l1'r'W:1y111-lt:1l1i1l1':1l1 lxv.-l,l't'5.i. WOODWINDS: lst row, 1. to r.: .hw-pl: Ililll-ry. l,l'l1'l' xllll':lIlX'. 'l'um Nlcwggnll. l'lill'u1'1l l,:11lzi11sl4i. - fy N - - 1 v ' lllvlx ln-:wyl xwI1..luIm ll1'l1x1li,II:xllh.l1m'lul':1. llill l7XX-X1'l'.-llbllll llilllli. 2nd row: lluln-VI limlv. llulmhl lCmlxx. tlstrlmski, llnlw Nulik. l,z-xx' lyillll Killlllgll. liml SlllllVflII. Imvill S4-vm'11i11g..l. C'z1r:nl1:1. Xlultliuwivk,liugm'l"1':1nlmxx'sl4i.lifl-l.Z:1lH'U1'lii. 3rd row: l'lllNlll l,I'lI'1', Nlrlil lic-mln-1', Stlllillvl xlll'2ll1l'llIl, llim-lx lJIxlumsl4i..lul111 ljlll'lilll. liulwrl .lufvplm Smitlm, YlllllllllIlS flu-4:1121-S1'r'1ir'l1, Rl!'llIll'll i:1l':1lr:l. linlmlml lJ1ll1FIllIlIl. lJ:lVl4l lu. Iuflwzmls. Absent:'l'. Spmllu-1-.'l'. l,Hllg1llll1'j',ll. Nlf'Nl2lllHll, BRASSES AND PERCUSSION: lst row, 1. to r.: i'l1zu'lvs llmmilxam. llamivl Allgilllll, Nlzlrlq Klurmu-y. l'l1iliplll:1m'u,Willi:1l11ll:1l'1ly,l"1':11l1'is l.4lIlIlPIll'l', l'1-lm' lixllrimlvxlul. liulw lI:llllSl'Hl'll, Ili:-li Nlm-lum. 2nd row: IlunivlXYilli:ul1snm,.lzlmm-Sl'. llurelimzul, l,mx'1-ll .X1ul4'Vsnn, llrmli l"4'I'll:1ml4-Z, lfhl limnim-c'xlQ:u, Tum 3Ill'llIll2lli, Jim H'Nl:1l':l, .l. tllsvn, Nlivlum-l llurv. Ifhl lll'I'Illl2l. li. l'vtz'1'svll, :unl Nlivlmvl llznllisy. 3rd row: Wm. Nlt'NI2lllllIl, Tum lll'l'3Hlt'li. l,luy1l l,1llm:u11mx'slii, tlllIlS. llc-1-g, ll4'Ill'XSl1lIllill'XNI1'Z, Hula l,l'I'I'1'Illlll. .luv SlllllVilIl. H1111flZlI'lIl4'..ll7llll lfmil C':nli4-mln, lCif'l1:u'rl lim-lly. I ,.z,,..,.........,,L..,,,,.,.v.. , , l.,.. - gil li lil I f BNI ' - ,,.,,.., Q , un ull xx may . 'TfY. - "1 v N- L ff ' ' ' ,. 'o ' ff- fi ' :sy-N . I i A up ' P92 , gg- L.. ,..., U, . U- Q., S Q . fs , s.. . .sszesiflz . F f I A ' w ypwklgkk L-wif, I . Wm " LIS ' -' Q , . ,W 'W . ff::,I:Si w ,Q A WSW: f A '- . :lk M11 ' ' . 1'1" - A ' - " --J ' - L' -' ww' W?f"i,Q,E:. "S-?'25'NX',' . -fm.. 11 :":vi1f' 5'3" -'S-I 1V..,..A..,3. A IW., AQ. .. ,,-., i-1' .1 If I A " , ' '5 ffk'kf'7lf-if MAJORETTES PERFORM INSIDE ROCKNE STADIUM. MAJORETTES rl. to r.I: llulmw-s llllI'lll :xml ll:lI'l1'lll' SllllDllS1'll, Xlm-rvv: i':1l'1vl Hslm-rling, .X1llllIIlSI Xlury Surslil-lel. NllIllll'l' Xlv- l inull-x-3 1 .1'l'1'x'K :m:n':lll. lyillllllli' ll:ul11'z1lmI1. Nl4'l'1'.x'g X. llHl1'I'llllLL. l CHEERLEADERS HIGH STEP ON CARMEL'S FLOOR. CHEERLEADERS from Aquinas il. to r.l: Nlury flzllligzm, Var- ulim- Klux-la, I llIlg.fK'I' C'l'1m'lvy, li:m-ll .Xg5cr.Slu:11'ul1 lirigllt. Not pic- tured: Nlnry.Iu'1'lH-iS,s1,4-iluH'Q'm11wlI,umlSlmr1mi':1x':11m11gl1. mf'- H 5 1 we iS ff- Q 8 I, f . I 4- 5.4-' 9 is . 1 s 3 h QV,--v...., gl 61559 'Ei'5ifiii57-if 5 M. 'Qfw' ' ' f W if .IL..............,.? Mk ' twig" WL - av' 3. X ff K f l A . A , K .fa-'L 1 -AJ, f A ' 1 .M f nl . 3? 1 .,, .,A if 3 'x X f -71 " iv' H " sa ,NIJ . , -. x 1 Y .. V ,fgj il, D 4 YF R 1' Q- W - -' 9 'li ' ' A' nk ,, N hr , .Ii-J , - ' W 'hgsp fl' rw. X X g ww 2, D I ,f Mfg, is .- IZ A A N -x Q -.. , ft fir-f' - V. 5 ' f -.M .4 C 5 Q I ' Ag , I N F x , . M. f an ,i - , WN1 Elgiffxf-fl' ULF? 2' 5 w f - :Y if S? 15- I D , N 1 Q h ,, x . , by . L h h 3 1 X 1,5 f M Sfiggiszf 1 az X- 1.2 K ,I K 4 ,X 59 3 fxiffiwfi if - Y 1 ? .1 1 1 aff! ' 3 :if WITH MR. FABISH CONDUCTING BL MAJORETTES WAVING POMPOMS, BOB BADE DELIVERS A SAX SOLO. 3 TALENTED SOLOISTS INCLUDED lL.l R. SMITH, AND CRJ PETE RABIDEAU WITH "CARNIVAL OF VENICE." HARDY 8a OLSEN vumlrim- tha- Buitlm- nl Jazz," an hit. Speech Activities SchooI's Forensic Team Captures Impressive Tournaments in Middle 1957-58 will go tlr1w11 21s 21 lJ2lI1Ilt'lN your for tht' uSIN'K'l'll IIlUX't'IIlt'Ill-I :tt cl2lI'IlN'l. As fm' :ts "loot" 11111-s. tht' SlJt'2llit'I'S w1111 t'lt'vt'11 tt'z1111 trc1pl1it's and two lJl2lfilli'S i11 ztclclititm to t-V011 IIIOIK' 11t1111c1'o11s i11- tlivicltlzil ztwztrcls. Yvt, tht' yt't11"s z1Cl1icx't'111t'11t l'Cpl'1'- s4'11ts 111111'c' lllilli 111t'1't' 111t'tz1l. It lIl2ll'liS tht' fulfill- llll'lll of fi2ll'lIlt'l.S t'111z111il't'st Cll'SllI1S'u in spt't'Ch. 111 spt-1'1'l1 1'i1't'l1's. fi2ll'llil'l was 4111 outsicltrr i11 '55-'56. il t'l1z1llt'11g1'r i11 '56-'57, il XVll1l1f'T i11 '57-'58, l'lt'1't' ztrt' stunt' of tht' l1iQhligl1ts: tht- St'11io1' 1701'- 1-11si1' tt'z1111 took first plztft' ill tht' Cfhristizm Broth- vrs' SIX'f'l'lI l"1'stiv11l: st't't111fl plz1Ct' in tho Midwvst fizitliulit' Spt'1't'l1 l.t'z1gt11': z111cl third plzicv i11 tht' Chica- go Clzltliolic l"o1'1'11sit' lmziqtlt' rl'0lll'H2lIl1l'IlI. 'l'hc' Sr. tlvlmzitt' tt'z1111 won first plufv in tht' Mzirqticttc U. llclizitt' 'l'11111'11:11111'11t. st'c1111cl place i11 tht' Nliclwcst Clntliulic' Dt-Iirttc 'l't111r11z1111t'11t. first plzict' i11 tht' CCFI. CIl1z1111pit111sl1ip Uvlmtitt' this Illiiflt' Ml'K'Cl'-HlxIldC1'SfJI1 NFL CHAPTER lllt'llllit'l'Sf Bottom row, tl. to r.l:'l'11111 Jiitlgv, rlvttlll lll't'.lf'lltt, Kt'll W.x's11r'ki, limit- l'1-11111:111, lir'i:111 llt-111l1'1'so11, .l11h11 SX!li'lilt'Wlf'Z, 'l'i111 llilllliJlll't'j'. Center row: l"1'. llI1l'l'j' l'i11k1-l, Nlnrk NlIlI'0ll4'.X', 'lwtllll l':1wli1-ki, l"l':lllli Nl:1tl1i:1s, 'l'i111 littlfvi' IJ1111 7 llt-111l1-1's1111, Hula Nl:111111m1, .Iul111 l,:11'k111, lil'llt'l' :xlltlt'l'HOIl, J1111 West, Canada gl New York State During a Very Successful Season tht' top Czttholic tt'z1111 i11 tht' City'fz111cl first plz1Ct' in thc cxp01'it'11ct'cl division of tht' 11211114-stow11 'I'ri- Stzitt' il-iOllI'l1l'S'. 'liht' qI1111it11' Ikxltlll won thc St, lgnzttius Dclmtt' To11r11t'y and thc St. Gcorgc' SpCCt'l1 Ft'stix'z1l. P0rl1z1ps, tht' highlight of thc whole' your was thc' I11tCr11z1tio11z1l Speech Fcstival. YYith tt111Qt1t' i11 cht't'k. MCCCC, Galvin. Boylv, Hc11clt'1'su11. 2111cl Fr. Harry st't out for 'li'o1'o11t0. Ciilllilllil, to fztcv tht' Co1111t1'y's still'- vst spt't'Ch Co111pt'titio11. Aftcr two clziys of clclmtt' and f'o1't'11siC co111pCtitio11. 110 ont' was IIIOFC s111'p1'ist'cl lllllll thcsc fivt' to lt'z1r11 that lWt. Ci2lI'Il1L'l l1z1cl won! 'l'ht1 0fliCt'rs of Mt. Ci21I'lllL'l.S Nz1tit111z1l Fo1'c11siC l,t'z1g11t' Cl1z1ptt'1' 21111: Brian Ht'11clt'1'so11 tP1't'siclt'11tl. Richarcl Mt't'Ct' fSt'C.J, z111cl -lot' KI'llSZ5'IlSkl tT1't'11s.j. 'lil1t'1't' is 0110 IllOI'l' pz11't to thc story. WX' 11111st 111t'11tio11 tht' 1112111 who 01'igi11z1tt'cl. s11stz1i11t'cl and l111ilt thc spCCcl1 PFOQYZIII1 at Mount ci2ll'Illl'l. All crcclit for this yt'z1r's lint' I'1.'COI'Cl govs to l"z1tl1t'r Harry. ll:1vs lltlll Iv-1-111111, l'l'2lllli l.11111l1:11'1'. To row: Klit'l1:1t-l fillt't'lIll'll, ' l - - - v ' tp' - vw Just-pl1 lXI'llSZj'IlSlil, liill h:1v:1gt-, lxt-11 Ninth, Dick Mot-1-1-, lorry .l. Iiovlt' .lv1'1'x' Slrittt-1'1' l'I1l Olson .lllllll .lt'llSt'Il. Absent when I . 1 . . 1 Y 1- - Y ' picture was taken: .l:11111-s lu Nlutlzikuwski, J:11111-s lu U Nl:11':1, lf'l'1lllf'lS .lost-pli Galvin, NIit'l1:11'l C. l5111'l1:111:111, .l11l111 l'I. NIt'iXt'Ill. l f n-qui -anim i . ERR fv 1 I INTERNATIONAL SPEECH TROPHY ms 2lflIllil'l'lI by Sllllll' ul' in 1-:nplurs tl. to rj, I". Galvin, li. llvmlm-1'su11, llivla . vvvv, Fr, II2ll'l'j'. fAbS6l'lt T. liuylm-.5 I I AS GALVIN, MEECE, AND HENDERSON WATCH, BOYLE ADDRESSES THE AUDIENCE CLUB AT EXHIBITION DEBATE. JR. SPEECH FESTIVAL TEAM, l. to r. Cseatedbi 'l'lxom:1s John I"1':xm-is SZ21tkII'WIl'Z, Mir-11:11-l Pvtm' fIlll'l'I:ll'tl, fI1'l'1ll1l 414-u l':m'li1-ki, l"r:mr'is fHlllUIAlIlllHll'l', .luxnvs l'Il'1lIll'IS Nlmlzikuwslai, Slaxltm-ry, l+'1':mc'is Josvph Galvin, Jr., JIIIIIPS l"r:1m-is U'Nl:u':1 Nyilliillll liugvl' Walltvrs. Standing, 1. to r.: Hvrlmswt IC. Hl1l'ill'N, llmmlml H. K4-c-llanl, liolwrt J. KYRIIVQIIIO, ll' John liflwin xIl'Nl'ill FRESHMAN DEBATERS: Seated, l. to r.: VIYIIHIIIIIS J. Jurlgv, Standing: Julm W. Lzlrkin, 'l'l1um:ls l.m-mmrfl Iirm-in-lun, lhmxllml X. hy on Nlilf Il alli x XI ull Nl uumx lulm xlllllll In ll an lla mh nun l5ulmNl mmon I 1 ml NI ln ' II..xll1 "s ,. 4- : :'Q. :' . ' '. - sx. I . . : ' ,"': Q. :nl ins. Absent:4ivm-lvnln:m i if 'Q Big IR. DEBATE TEAM: l, to r.: .lulm Il DICK SMITH RECEIVES SENIOR SPEECH TOURNAMENT SEMI-FINALIST CERTIFICATE FROM FATHER DAVID. 68 DICK MEECE, top left, vziplllrm-il llw first IliIll'l' trupluy lliis ywiix Dirk spnlu' Ilillllli "Hur Lzicly nl' tho Sf-:i1ull:1r." BRIAN HENDERSON, top right, l':lll :1 vlosv sw-uml. His spi-1-vii was zilmiit ilu- "Ii11i1i:ic-iilntvf'rmc-1-ptioii ui' NI2lI'X.H KEN SMITH, center, viiilml up in iL0lll'iil plum-. llc-1-liosv "l5mlIivi's llll1Il'l' Um- NIUIIIPIDI :is tho lillc- ol' his spew-vli. JOE KRUSZYNSKI, bottom left, wus Iikvwisv ll 4tli plum- XYIllllQ'I'. .lm-1v1':1iwi:limlll "Bl:ir,x', Qin-i-in of l's-river" ED OLSON, bottom right, I'l'l'I'IVl'li 1114- lllirml lxl:1i'f' IIXYIIITI, "Nl:i1'.x', NIf'SI1'l'lX' nl' thi- NYui'lil" wris l'Icl's iiitvn-stiiig tiili-. FIRST PLACE TROPHY is linppily rw-m'iVwl Iiiylii our I,I'illl'illIl ln' thx- xx'c'll-kllmvll :incl V1-l'lmsv spa-:ilu-1' liii-lizirii I.il1lI'it'S N11-1-cw SYMPOSIUM PARTICIPANTS: Seated ll. to r.J: Ric-lmwl C. Smith. Standing: Fr. Nli-we-, liriun llc-mls-i'smi, I'IiiXV2ll'iII,iS0ll, .Iosvph Krilszyllski, Kon SISI0l'Ci1I'ISIil Llilclgf-D, llziviii, FV. Hill'l'j', Xlr. llzm 'IsllI'Ill'l' hliimlgm-J S i 1 -1 nf---7-f -www .-in Mr. Smytlu' hliiiiggz-H, N R. 'l'i':ipp, fNl.l'.i Religious Organizations Third Order and Knights of Mary Equip Men for Life in the Worldg The 'l'hit'd Urder of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel this year was under the ahle direction of Fr. Fidelis, and comprised exclusively only Seniors and Juniors. The Seniors were professed this year on the Feast of the .f'Xnnuneiation of the Blessed Virgin, Mar. 25, while the -Iuniors were received into the novitiate, the year of prohation or trial leading to profession. 'l'hird Order mexnhers were engaged this year with some very interesting and helpful work. such as. sending out hrown scapttlars to Carmel graduates at college. and keeping up a continually fresh line of religious theme posters in the classrooms. Our Tertiary chapter also held a numher of joint meet- ings with the group formed at Mercy High School. A new organization formed this year hy Father lfidelis was the Eucharistic League. which was open to all the students. Its memhers were pledged to receive Holy Communion every Thursday during their respective lunch periods. This arrangement was fa- cilitated hy the recent relaxation of the Eucharistic Mission Club Collects Offeringsg An Eucharistic League is Formed fast. Students availed themselves of the privilege. Another organization initiated this year at Carmel was the Knights of Mary, restricted to Sophomores 'n Freshmen. Among their important functions were the serving of the daily student Mass in the Mem- orial Chapel. and the selling of seapulars during the division period to thc fellows in the classrooms. As usual. Carmel had another great year in her mission collection. The grand total this year, despite the recession, was 37,002.18 Leading the rest of the student hody were the juniors. with a class donation of 152,245.31 almost 3500 ahead of the sophomores. who were followed hy the Seniors and Freshmen. Top sections in the school were III-6 fwith a total of 35629.72-followed closely hy IX'-3. with 55601.80 Other leading sections were III-1 with 346604. II-5 with 845955, and II-2 with 55402.74 Out of the twenty-tour sections in the school this year, ten donated over 15300, while only 6 totaled donations under two hundred dollars. l THIRD ORDER rSeniorJ: First row: left to right, .lm-k liut'g1-ss, l'Itl Ulson, Fr. l"itlr-lis, A. tfl Donnell, ll. SIIIHIJSUII. Second row, left to right: .loss-ph W. liI'llSZj'IlNlil,Rit'llllI'1l'llt'lll'f'llll',lit'Illlt'ill Merlin Smith, Rztyimmtl 'l'rzipp, 'l't-tltly tlrw-1-rin-, :intl finally, lirtu-e ll. lf:ll'lit'l'. Q I Nfl' MORE TERTIARIES ljuniorslz First row, l. to r.: 'l'otn Nlt-t-gun, .l. .Xlit-rn, 2 l"r. lfitle-lis, 'l'lr:ulrlf-its J. Kollu-, ltohr-rt l l.. lit-1-nun, Second row, left to right ll. I", Sr-vt-nirilg, l'. .M St-vt-niiig, W. lt. l':irpr-ntl-r. fl'hos. .l. Nlt-Nlzilion, J. XXI. lllst-ii, :intl Iinrtlly. l'.1lxy:trtl .l. Arihrof-kt. I P I FR. FIDELIS CELEBRATES MASS FOR THIRD ORDER MEMBERS WHO ARE TO BE PROFESSED IN CHAPEL. FR. HOWARD RECEIVES PROFESSION OF MCCAULEY. GREENE MAKES PROFESSION AS KRUSZYNSKI SIGNS. I-IOIIY COMMIINION is l'I'l't'iVl'Il Ivy .hrnsvplx Kl'llSZ--YllS'k 71 L 4: KNIGHTS OF MARY: Sitting, l. to r.: Ilunia-I XlllI'Illl.Y U ,, , . . 4,,. , X. . ... ,lNl. VIYIIHIIIIIH lin-i1lI1'l', f'l1:ll'I1's Hulnwls. Standing! 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Scientific Efforts Interested Members of the Radio Club Ready for Science Careersg The opportunity for advancement in the field of electronics was offered by a relatively new organi- zation here at Carmel, the Radio Club. Only three years ago it was formed in the hopes that it would further scientilic interest. The Club's members have a lab in the Monastery basement with a receiver 'n transmitter. iVith Fr. Fidelis as the Moderator, the Club expects much from the future. The oflicers were -Ierome R. Caraba, President: Terrence John Boyle, Secretary-Treasurerg G. A. Hanover, Trustee. Under the auspices of the Radio Club and the di- rection of Fr. Fidelis, Carmel's 3rd annual Science RADIO CLUB: Sitting Cl. to r.l: llrt-gory M. Stnratlub, Father lfitlelis. Standing: Robert L. lit-etiari :intl George T. Hanover. SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS: Sitting, 1. to r.: Fr. Ifitlelis, Ilan ltneli, Clmrles C'zrr'r'oIl, .lt-rrp' C:u'z1b:t, Gregory Siflfiltlllli, Donald llemlerson. Standing: Joseph Pattriek lil'0SIlilll, George l"r:mklin, Science Fair Unearths the Latent Ability of the SchooI's Students Fair was held for the purpose of exciting interested students into constructing and displaying their various projects. Four divisions were established: General Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology. The Outstand- ing Awards were as follows: Physics, Garabal Bi- ology, Skertichg Chemistry, Kapugi: General Science. Meakim. First Places went to Staradub in Physics. Rach in Biology, and Paul Grandi in General Science. ln the .Iunior Academy District Science Fair, Hrst place awards went to Caraba in Physics, Markey K Grandi in General Science. In the State Fair these 3 won a 3rd in Physics 'n a 2nd in General Science. 5 QNX' .ler'r'ySke1'lielr llonaltl Jones Louis Ka ill i, Robert F. Meakini r n ' l - y r w I gr - y lhomas I.:-ormrrl l5r't-jelm, Paul lhomas ttrzintli. Present when picture was not taken: John l':ttrir-lc Uuriiiea, John ltldw. Mt-Neal. 74 .r- i' E f . ' Q? ik' 5' if-, 'I if '15 x mf . E ae- K S' y g fm .. ,. ' f 5 , wi -- . JKSL Bk, 'NN ,Q QS- "' ' Q 'ah xidigsw 9 Q2 K k 3 Q 'fl N. Q, We 4 'X 9 w., A A 4, X , E QE if if Qi 3 , SWL: - . xi '7 x 11.25 .53 , , ' - I x wif z, A U 4.55 fXg.,:,5 sf .X,p..4X,. J wi A-. Q 1, ai Hx 3 E Q ' -5 8 3 my .ig M ,N g q 9 xx? Q i k,,xXX H. . . . 5 a , li i Y S Q New , NP' N 2 -',"' Xin I ,Q,,'.mx 3 !,.'!,v'6s-l' 7 X. 1 fx., -I W ,au ' iw. ii.. 'QL 1 "1 Z' wi F 'S q ff if . V f fx +L ' 'V us i ' W ?i? f Tiff Viiif H ir? likwiaf JQZXM' V'LfL?u fiwiffg iii? 'f wig, ape ' Club. The purpose of this group was to stimulate Men of Distinction After Years of Study, CarmeI's "Brains" Are Ready for Collegeg The Elysian Chapter of the National Honor Society was under the able direction Honor Soeiety eonsisted of leeted by the ollice. Every morning the members met At these meetings various of Father Rudolph. The twenty-five Seniors, se- Tuesday and Thursday in the Careers Room. examinations were ta- ken to show the aptitudes of the members and to show their propensity for various fields ol' study. At EXECUTIVE CLUB OFFICERS: l. to r.: ll:u'ry liri-in Hunt Fr-fuik Nlivh-u-l xlilllbllvy, ltic'h:u'd IM-nnis llolly, John Wit-vr-n Pr-rnk, :ind Nlr. .lnrnes l+':tttore. the beginning of the year the members elected the ollieers. They are: 'Ioseph Kruszynski, Presidentg lVilliam P. Brennan, Vice-President: Edward Olson. Seerelaryg and Timothy Bulfer, Treasurer. It was Business Leaders Being Grporned By CarmeI's Latest Organization not until the end of the year that the hard work put in by the Honor Society and by Father Rudolph seemed to bear fruit. The scholarships started to roll in, numbering forty in all towards the middle of June. The year, indeed. proved very profitable. A third addition to the growing roster of Carmel organizations this year was the so-ealled Executive interest in the business world and also to inform members of the requirements and opportunities in various commercial and industrial fields. Members were drawn by Mr. Fattore from Sr. .-Xeeountinq. I . , 4 . . HONOR SOCIETY: First row, l. to r.: John liarshes, Tiinothy llykowski, Briztn Henderson, Rieliard Meeee. 3rd row: Daniel BI. fuller, Joseph Kruszynski, Fr. Rudolph, William lil-1-rlrmn, lid- Sampson, Stefan Rentiz, Bt-njzunin l'it-per, Ralph Flens, Rielmrd ward Olson, Jsu-k Harris. 2nd row: Joseph llsidn, K1-mletli Mor- Guminski, Partriek Cogan Wllny, .Iolm Fra.neis Mack, Jerome J. lin Smith, .lolm linrry, limil llc-jamovieh, Jerry RIISIINISSUII, Dir-k Iiusnuk, :md lleonarrl Joseph Pinski. Not pictured: Jim Wnlenta. f ' ,N .Q lal. lx 1, 1 . - - - - - Nfffff I TL miHK jmx'u1 T-J "-T I Q, H g F 5 4 BOB COLLINS, :1 St-11iw1' llflll'lHIt'li, wus tht- C:11':1v:111's lr-gitliiugg grtuiml J,f1iillt'l' 'Il was tu-rl tu1's4-1-mitl :1111u11iL l,t-:1g11i- si-ora-rs. llc- was :111 All-f'1tx' :mil :111 All-St:1tv st-lt-1-tion, MIKE KNOWSKI, :1 lim- lli'l't'llSiVl' t'lItl who :ilsu was :111 tJlllSifllltlllltL p:1ss-1-1-1-1-ivi-r, wus t'1'a-11111-11tl-x' :1 t:11'g.:i-t lm' ll:1l'l'l1i-r's pxlssi-sg hi- gut lln11- in-.ilvlv Nl:-iitiim All-Sl't'litPll. JIM FARRELL, il St'lllUl' t:u'l4Ir-, wus :i tullgli, tighting JERRY KOCH, vu-1-:iptiniii :tml Sr-11iu1' l'11llh:1r-li, was um- ut' tht- ln-st mlm-ti-ilsivv plzlyt-rs ill thi- l.1-xigm-. llc-spite :Q lam-li injtiry, hi- Illiltlt' thi- All-St-is tion :tml .-Xll-C':1tl141lir- tc-:1111s. JOHN MACK, Si-him' gll:11'1l whu joint-tl thi- varsity illAil'l' t1':1i11i11gc-:1111p, lrllllglli his wzty u11t-1 tht- Ist string. llis fim- plziy :mil Illili'liS won him thi- .-Ktlili-tin--S1-l1nl:1stit' Aw:11'fl. FRANK MALONEY, S011- iorr C1-11tt-1', wus tht- Sllilflilllllgl' GEO. I-IAFFNER, il Si-nim- ql-l:11't1-1'lr:1c-li 'll 1-u-4-apt., rziliks with lu-st lmssi-1's 111 f':11':1.v:111 llistury. Ilt- 11-1-1-ivl-cl All-S1-tw tiu11 :mil All-fliiilitilit' lltlll0l'S, X All-N01'tl11-1'11 lll. 1111-11tiu11. JOE CACHEY, il Sc-11io1-, was Olltt ut' thc- s111:1llt-st hut i1tlllgllI'Si LfllIlI'tlS i11 tht- Unth- nliv lA'tlgliI'. Ili- was illl All- S4-r-tiu11 pit-lt, :intl 1-1-vt-ivt-fl ll. XI -Kll-K'-itlmliv X -Xll Fitx' BOBUGAVIN, Sr. hailtilmi-k whu Joins-tl thc- v:11's1tv latti- l:1st vt-:11', was sc-ll-1-tc-tl tht- NIUSi-lllllll'0Vlxtl lim-kz1114lw:1s gfiVt'll lluiiornhls- Nlttlliillll All- Ililiiltllit' :tml All-Pity llUIl0l'S. JIM SHERLOCK, ,-Illllitll' 1-ml, has lbt't'll :1 l't'g.L'lll2ll' si11r-t- ltisSuiml111111u1'x-yt-:11'. Ns-xt yt-:11' hc- slmultl hi- 0111- ol' tht- top st:11's ill tht- ln-zigtit-. was :111 .Kll-St-1-tiim pick tl1is si-:1s1111. JOE JONES, S1-1iic11' t:1c-lah-, was tht- tliilt'l' ot' clIli'll1t'lvS "Nlo11stt-1"' t:1m-klm-s, Wt'iL.fllillt.f :tlmusti IT5 IJtllllltlS. llis tim- plu iunul him tht titl ul' lillt'Ill2iIl who llSlliIllJ' hml tu ot tin-t,:11-:iv:i11 :mel its Most plriv :1g:1i11st upimsilng tau-klt-s villllllllll' l,ltl,J't'l'. Ht- was :111 who UlliWt'igllt'tl him hy 120 All-Sc-1-timi N All-C':1tl1uliv : ' -: ' - lhs., '11 still ulltpluyi-il illttlll. pit-li :uid got ILM. All-Vity. 1 qi "Host liiipmvm-tl l,i11t-111:111." Catholic South Section Co-Champions 1057 CARMEL CARAVAN: First row, seated, l. to r.: Miki- Nlt-l J1r1i111-ll, li:1V111r111fl I rupp, .IUSt'illlJtDllt'S, I"l'2lllli lXIIllOIN'V,JOIlll Nlnc-k, Jr-rry lim-li, tic-urgv lI:1ll'11i-1', Jost-pli ciIlt'ilK'J', Tum lilaikc-, Ruhr-1't tiullins, NI:11'iu11 K11uwski,Jo4- lit-inlmsz, 'I'lm11i:1s Stihiuh, lAIl.II',J. Second row, kneeling: Rim-lizirfl Nl:-lit-nzit-, .lulm Stust-k, .l:11114-s Nl4'NI:1l1u11,lJ:111im-lliotlivir-li,I'hlw:11'rlth-1'1':1s,lJ:1viclA1l1'i:1,11 KtDV2ll't'Vit'll, Vlilllll tim-flwill, Ivillilllll Nluoiit-y, Iiit'll2li'll Hill, Miki- Zaiukns, Ric-li:11'1l Bc-rtoiii, Chxtrlc-s St'liiIHillt'l, 'l'l1n111:1s I". Walsh. Third row, standing: Asst. Cont-li Rm-vu I,l'illt'illt'. Ht-:ul Conn-li Tom Cam-y, 'I'llUIll:lS Mitvht-ll, Holi Bilton, I,t'Olltll'ti Olson, Jim slil'l'iUt'li, Jim Ptlyllitlli, Jtillli Cfustt-llu, Jim tily1111, t'l1:11'h-s J. I'il'tLill, ixI1l.l'li Rohm-1'ts, J. Mt-liiigli, l51'0.Jnl111, f'O1lt'll Yun SllJ'tIt'l'. Absent: Joi- Jtilwzyliski, J. li:11'al:1, R. lit-f-kt-1' tfNlg1'.J, Al lllimsls, Jilll I'xIlI'i't'll, 'l'. Pt-1-tt-, Iltll'Illt'Il Luisi, Holi tizivin, l't-tv Klalito. tit-49 E4 as 5q 4 1 1 1. A ' Iggy! gi It Y , S Q ' I fe sdtim , A, lik - I , K 1 NV 2,2 3 ?3 :E M , X . ,,,A,,, - , QM xt Q . ... 1 ,J as os, DICK MCKENZIE played halfback and although only a Junior showed great promise for next year's Caravan team. Though hampered a bit by his size, Dick hits very hard. JIM POYNTON was an out- standing second string end and demonstrated very well his pass reception technique. This fine player also is an expert at a defensive position. TOM MITCHELL, a very promising Jr. quarterback, proved himself very effective on the gridiron this season as he masterminded the second string during the yea.r's play. PETE MALITO, a unique Senior guard and defensive middle guard, was always in fighting. Pete's constant push and never-ending persistance made him a very fine player. LEN OLSON, a tough Jr. full back who is an excellent defensive player will be an outstanding member of next year's team. Len is a hard driving and powerful runner. JIM MCMAHON, known also as "Cheeks" to most of the student body, was a hard hitting Sophomore guard. Jim shows promise of two more seasons of very Ene playing. BOB BILTON, a sharp man at the halfback post, carried the ball very well this year. Although he comparatively small, he make up for his lack of size with hard fight. JACK COSTELLO, a Junior at the fullback position, is a hard hitting runner. Not only is he a fine ball carrier, but he puts a lot of emphasis on blocking for the other backs. CARMEN LUISI, a Junior center, was moved to center from his old guard position. Many a time Carmen opened big holes in the middle and it is hoped he'll do so next year. TOM BLAKE was center on the second string. Small for a football player, Tom showed as much determina- tion and fight as anyone else, and more of this than most. TOM GEDWILL, though only a Sophomore, was a very good offensive lineman as a tackle. He is expected to be just as good and even better for the varsity of next year. Carmel Coaches Carey, Principe, Its 8th Successive South Section And Snyder Lead '57 Caravan to Championship for a League Record First Downs Carmel Opponents Rushing 75 74 Passing 30 21 Penalty 8 1 1 Total 1 13 106 Yards Gained Rushing 2062 1325 Passing 899 820 Total 2961 2145 Passing Attempted 132 123 Completed 59 47 Intercepted 9 19 Punts Number 25 30 Yards 625 859 Average 25.0 28 . 6 Penalties Number 91 42 Yards Lost 935 415 Fumbles Made 45 36 Recovered 18 16 Ground 'Gainers Tries Yards Ave. Collins 77 708 9. 1 Gavin 45 592 13 . 2 Koch 34 288 8 . 5 Haffner 53 160 3 . 0 Olson 10 91 9 . 1 McKenzie 15 81 5. 4 Bilton 59 7 , 4 Costello 11 52 4. 7 McDonnell 12 3.0 Bertoni 8 8 . 0 Rotkvich 8 2 . 7 Zaukas 2 2 .0 Mitchell 13 1 . 1 Passers Tries Completions Ave. Total Yards Haffncr 98 . 500 720 Mitchell 20 .350 113 Collins 6 .333 52 Rotkvich 5 ,200 17 Gavin 1 .000 0 Bilton 1 .000 0 Costello 1 .000 0 Scorers TDs PAT's Total Pts. Collins 13 0 78 Gavin 10 0 60 Sherlock 2 19 31 McKenzie 4 0 24 Koch 3 0 18 Haffner 3 0 18 McDonnell 1 0 6 Knowski 1 0 6 Olson 1 0 6 Bilton 1 0 6 Dembosz 0 1 1 Costello 0 1 1 79 l CACHEY SPRINGS COLLINS FREE AGAINST DRAGONS. Mt. Carmel 0 7 0 0- 7 St. George 0 7 0 6-13 Carutcl rt-cciyccl thc kickofl' in thc scason's opcner playcd at Soldicr Ficld. and rcturncd thc hall to thc 42 yd. linv. On thc opcning play Haffncr passcd to Collins who ran lor thc scorc. only to hc callcd hack lmccattst' ol' a pcnalty. l.atcr, Bolm Gavin ran 49 yards to tht' Gcorgc 6. hut thc tcant failcd to scorc lmccattsc ol' a liutnlrlc. Gcorgt' inarchcd 62 yards in thc sccontl quartcr to scorc thc first touchdown. .litn l"arrt'll intt'rct'ptt'd a pass on thc Gcorgc 22 with 1 minutt' lcft in tht' half. Collins thcn ran for tht' 'l'.D.. and Shvrlock convcrtcd. St. Gcorgc scorcd tht' winning touchdown in thc last quartcr. Cartncl rt'cciyt'tl tht' hall. with l utinutc to go. Thcy tnovcd tht' hall to thc St. Ccorgc 9, with 6 seconds lclit. llall'nt'r tried a pass. hut was caught lmchind thc linc. l LINEBACKER JERRY KOCH SMASHES INTO DRAGON. Mt. Carmel 0 6 7 6-19 Flaget 7 0 21 6-34 On thc days of its Lcaguc lmyc. thc Caravan journiccl Southward to play an exhibition gatnc with powcrful Flagct High School of Louisyillc, Kentucky. The incxpcricnccd Carmel squad fought thc Southerners on cvcn tcrxns in thc first half, although outweighed hy 25 lhs. a man. Flagct scorcd first alter rccoy- cring a fumlmlc. hut Cartncl catnc hack on a 90 yd. touchdown run hy Collins in thc second quarter. A T.D. pass from Haffncr to Knowski gayc Cartncl thc lcad in thc third pcriod, hut Flagct wcnt ahcad to stay on a pair of disputcd touchdown passcs. lmoth of which scctncd to hc out of hounds. Thc Caravan addcd their last six points in thc last quartcr as Hafflncr Cotnplctcd 5 straight passcs, thc last to Cnd .lint Sherlock for 8 yards and thc touchdown. FARRELL tNO. 423 AND KNOWSKI CNO. 153 LEAD RUSH AS CARMEL LINE SWARMS OVER ST. GEORGE BACK 80 CARMEL END JIM SHERLOCK BOOTS VITAL POINT AFTER-WITH 40 SECONDS TO GO --TO BEAT MENDEL. Mt. Carmel 718 7 6-38 DeLaSaIle 0 6 0 0- 6 Carmel's Caravan was off and running toward their 8th straight South Section title, as they won their opening game from a favored De La Salle squad. The Meteors' rout began the Hrst time Carmel had possession. On the second play, Bob Gavin romped 86 yards for a touchdowng Jim Sherlock added the P.A.T. On the first play of the Znd period, Haffner passed to Collins for a touchdown, but it was re- called. Haffner and Collins then proceeded to re- peat the performance. Later in the period, Carmel struck twice more, as Collins and McKenzie scored. D.L.S. then made its only score, as the half ended. In less than two minutes of the 3rd period, Gavin scored and Sherlock added the P.A.T. The fourth period saw Haffner pass to Gavin for the final T.D. I-IAFFNER SNEAKS THROUGH MONARCHS FOR T. D. Mt. Carmel 7 014 7-28 Mendel 9 18 0 0-27 The Caravan staged what must be rated as one of the greatest comebacks by a Carmel team to turn an almost certain defeat into an inspiring victory. Everything seemed to go wrong for the Caravan in the Hrst half. The kick-off was fumbled, and we took possession on our 4. A pitchout to Collins was turned into a safety. Mendel then scored with the ensuing kick. Carmel, however, gained 7 points on a 67-yd. run by Gavin. The roof seemed to cave in as Mendel scored three touchdowns in the 2nd quarter. Half score was 27-7. The tide suddenly started to turn in the third quarter as Knowski recovered a fumble, Collins made spectacular runs, and Maloney intercepted a pass, setting up 3 Carmel touchdowns. Sherlock converted for the crucial, winning point. CARAVAN EXTINGUISI-IES A DE LA SALLE METEOR. 81 KOCH BLOCKS OUT MEL-MAN FOR BOB COLLINS. Mt.CarmeI 14 7 6 6 -33 St.MeI 0 0 0 12 -12 The St. Mel Knights knew they were through before the end of the first quarter. On the second play of the game Collins raced 81 yards for a touchdown, but it was called back by an offside. Later in the game Bob Gavin raced around end for 90 yards and the score. Sherlock kicked the P.A.T. Following the Knights' next punt, Haffner threw a pass to Collins for a touchdown covering 55 yds. Sherlock convert- ed. Koch recovered a fumble and set up Carmel's third score in the second quarter. Following three completions by Haffncr, Sherlock scored a T.D., and again converted to make our half-time score 21-0. The second string played most of the second half. Mel scored both of its TD's in the fourth quarter. As the final whistle blew, the score was 33-12. MALONEY THROWS IRONMAN FOR 10 YARD LOSS. Mt. Carmel 14 13 12 7-46 St. Elizabeth 0 0 6 0- 6 The Caravan trounced the St. Elizabeth Ironmen with a 46-6 win. In the Hrst five minutes of the game, Collins ran for a 33 yard touchdown on the first play. After the kick-off, Elizabeth fumbled on their own 13 yard line and Bob Collins took the ball over for the touchdown. End jim Sherlock kicked both points after. Although the second string came in, Carmel scored twice more, with runs of 26 and 9 yards by McKenzie. Joe Dembosz made the P.A.T. after the Hrst touchdown. In the second half, the first string came back and Co-Captain -Ierry Koch ran for a 14 yard touchdown. The first string then left the game and Elizabeth clicked with a 57 yard pass-play to score their only T.D. Dick McKenzie Zi McDonnell scored the last touchdowns of the game. TOM MITCHELL, WITH GOOD PROTECTION, HEAVES JUMP PASS OVER THE MEL LINE TO JIM POYNTON. 82 CARMEL LINE OPENS SIZEABLE HOLE IN RITA MUSTANGS AS FULLBACK KOCH GOES FOR SIZEABLE GAIN. Mt. Carmel 6 7 0 13-26 St.Rita 0 0 7 6-13 The Caravan rolled on to its fifth straight League victory at the expense of the Mustangs. With this win Carmel clinched a tie for the So. Section title. Carmel struck first as Collins broke away for 65 yards and a touchdown. The conversion was nullified by a penalty. In the 2nd quarter, Sherlock recovered a fumble and moments later Collins scored again. Sherlock converted. Rita fought back with a T.D. in the third quarter but on the first play of the 4th period Haffner passed to Gavin for the third Carmel score and Sherlock added the P.A.T. Later Gavin scored his 2nd touchdown, but this time the P.A.T. was not good. Even though the Mustangs scored in the closing minutes of the game on a desperation pass, the final outcome was never really in doubt. HAFFNER QARROWD PASSES OVER RITA TO GAVIN. Mt. Carmel 6 0 0 0-6 Leo 0 7 0 0-7 The Carmel Caravan niet the Leo Lions in the mud bowl at Eckersall Stadium. Carmel succumbed to a large Leo squad by a single point, 7-6. Mid- way through the first quarter, Carmel drew first blood in the muddy struggle. Jerry Koch broke thru a hole on the left side of the line and cut to his right onto a strip of dry ground. Racing along the side-lines for 80 yards, Jerry scored the Caravan's one and only touchdown. The point after touchdown sailed wide to the right due to the slippery conditions of the field. Leo scored in the second quarter of the game on their only completed pass of the day. This pass play covered a total of 20 yards. They scored the P.A.T. on a conversion run. Further scor- ing was prevented because of the vigorous line play. HAFFNER IS PROTECTED FROM LEO IN THE MUD. ' sf , S, ,C 114 - 1 I 83 I I .H ' SECOND STRINGERS SMASH INTO ST. MEL MAN. Mt. Carmel 6 13 14 6-39 St. Mel 0 013 6-19 Because of the tie in the South Section, there was a flip of the coin to determine the positions. The Caravan got the No. 2 spot and was put up against St. Mel of the Central Section. Carmel's Brown St White got the game off to a Fine start with Bob Gavin racing 21 yds. for our first T.D. Again in the second quarter we got a fast start. Mike Knowski blocked a kick, giving Carmel the ball on Mel's 35. jerry Koch put the ball over on a screen pass from George Haffner. Bob Bilton carried over our next T.D.g jim Sherlock's P.A.T. made the score 19-0 at the half. The second half was just as exciting as the first. A 77 yd. run by Bob Collins, a 73 yd. run by Haffner and a 48 yd. run by Olson made the ultimate score, of a finely contested game, 39-19. SHERLOCK GRABS A PASS IN ZND MENDEL GAME. Mt. Carmel 013 0 0-13 Mendel 14 0 12 12-38 In the last game of the season, at Gately Stadium, the Caravan was defeated by Mendel. Although we lost, the team displayed a great deal of courage. Carmel received the opening kickoff, but lost the ball to Mendel on the first play. Mendel capitalized on this error by scoring a touchdown on a 38 yard pass play. They converted, making the score 7-0. We received the kick and passed on the first play. Mendel intercepted and smashed on for a score. In the second quarter, we scored, after a long march, with a 3 yard plunge by Collins. Sherlock made the extra point. After Koch intercepted a pass, we scored on a 1 yard run by Haffner. At the half, the score was 14-13. Mendel then took over. 3 T.D.ls were made by them in the disastrous final half. MACK GETS SET TO THROW KEY BLOCK, WHICH SENDS HAFFNER ON A 78 YD. T.D. RUN AGAINST MEL. 84 -v---v--Q,-W BROWN 85 WHITE PONIES: lst row, 1. to r. Qseatedj: F. Anthony Jones, 'l'llUIHtl.S Batlniltie-r, R.ic'hzn'd Mike Mzttlosz, Mike Kem-n:ui, lit-n llnvia, Tim Mor:in, Tim Gzillicho, Chuck Kelly, Ron Xlzulrick, John Farrell, Dick Ch:u'c'kon, Tim Clztwla, Thomas Stihit-h Olgizl. 2nd row Ckneelingjz .I. Pietrzuk, J. Steinbach, J. Nlnjorowski, Mike Fzirlow, Thomas B11-jcliai, Stove Kuhn, Ron Rau-inc, Anthony l". Carey, Rir'h:n'cl Klinmla, l't-tt-1' P. l'rest,izi, Lightweight Football Spirit was the by-word with the Carmel ponies. Despite a season marked by live losses, the Lights proved themselves to be outstanding Carmel-men under Coach ,lack Kelleher, a former Carmel great. The team entered five contests and, although losing all, came within l point on 2. Kelly CHBJ and end John Chenier, ltobert. Mt-nkim, lhtnic-l Rat-h. 3rd row lstandingl: Daniel Yvalsh, Neil BI'0llZiIlSlii,Jii.Il1lxS Km-rn,JohnCunnt-21, Us-railtl Hayes, Ci. Bilton, Carl Skowronski, Bill Glynn, lid NTIIIIIIU, lh-n Perz, Bob Mueller, l'Idw:n'd Sullivan, Paul Jess-lskis. 4th row: Burton l'ett-1'sei1, Eugene Penmzin, Ricl'1:ird Hobby, Matttlit-vs' John Emerson, lit-nnis Jos. Mc-Mahon, Thomas Jos. Ticrnt-y, and, last but not least, John J. llc-rvin. Absent. Carl ltittint-yer. Coach Kelleher Directed the Lights in Football Technique Hobby distinguished themselves-Kelly, for running, Hobby for power. Behind a good line of Rittmeyer, Skowronski SL Gallicho, backs Hayes and Steinbach gained many yds. for Carmel's Caravan. The Light- weight football team went up against good teams from Mendel, Rita, Leo, Gordon Tech 81 Bro. Rice. rific blocks by the lint-, brcziks :xwny for :t lzirgt LIGHTWEIGHT HALFBACK, ht-hintl some ter- gziin, but his effort is in viiin :is DLS wins gain:-. Practice Season: The Heavies Iinished the practice season with a line record of ten victories and only five losses. Three ol' the defeats were by a total ol' 8 points. In the DePaul tournament the Caravan won the 3rd place trophy with a 44-43 win over Leo. In all, this was the best pre-season showing in 3 years. Under the able coaching of former DePaul All- American .lim Lamkin, Carmel won over Gordon Tech 129. Fenwick, DePaul, 8: St. George from the SENIOR SQUAD: First row, 1. to r.: 'Fhornas lluddleston, Gerald Ilayes, Ted C. Blldil, George Halliner, Robert Gavin. 2nd row, 1. to r.: Thomas M. Gerry, James lidward Glynn, William J. Harper, Tlionias K. Layne, James Dorsey, Frank J. Kondorf. 3rd row, l. to I.: Bro. John, Coaeh Jim Lamkin, Michael S. Gavin, James P. Sherloek, Jolm P. Ahern, Vineent Joseph Dee, Robert Gerald Gordon, Coaeh James Ferguson. Catholic League, St. Benedict IParish Leaguej, and South Shore lPublic Leaguel. In the DePaul Tour- ney, they beat St. George, Loyola, 8: Leo, lost to St. Ignatius. The team's great amount of experience helped considerably in pre-season play. Among the veteran Seniors were: Capt. Butch Gordon, Bob 8: Mike Gavin, George Haffner, 8: Joe Dee. Top Juniors were: Bill Harper, Budil, Duddleston, 8: Sherlock. Sophomore jim Dorsey became first-string center. Varsity Basketball-Seniors Coach Lamkin with Capt. Cordon Lead the Caravan to a Record of INDIVIDUAL SCORING Games Field Free Throws Pers. Total Ave. Player Played Goals Made-Missed Fouls Points Ave. flllfllllll I2 TI -Ill Ill 40 Illl l5.U llalliner I2 52 27 I0 2511 lill l0.5I llorsey III Ill :SI 2l 27 93 IL3 Gavin, Nl. I2 Xl 20 I7 III 82 0.8 Gnvlll, ll. I2 XII I5 Ill 42 T5 0.3 llarper II I2 8 0 20 S52 2.0 llndil li P4 7 5 l I 253 3.8 llnddleslon 7 8 ' 4 IIS I8 2.5 Glynn 5 5 5 5 II I5 33.0 I Jen- Il 4 I I 8 II 3.0 Sherloek Il li l I 8 7 2.3 Iayrnt 2 2 2 1 ca rs :Lo llayes 'I I .2 3 I 4 l.0 llnrkin 2 I 0 - 0 0 2 l.0 14 Wins and 12 Losses for a Nice Display and a Fairly Good Season SEASON,S RECORD PRACTICE GAMES If 4 C'arntel . . . . . . 08 Gordon Teeh . . . . . 50 Carmel . . 04 St. llenediet . . . . 52 Carmel , , 30 St. Ignatius . . . . 77 Carmel . 5I Fenwiek , . . . 45 Carmel , , 00 lJel'anl . . . . 50 Carmel . . 57 St. George . , . . 33 Carmel . . Rl Gordon Teeh . . . , till Carmel . 52 South Shore . 50 Il2ll'Illt'l . ..,.. 40 St. Ignatius . . . . 50 DE LA SALLE ROUND ROBIN Carmel ..,., . 38 lie l.a Salle . . . , 40 flartnel .....,. 4l Mendel ..... . 43 DE PAUL TOURNAMENT Carmel ,...,.. 57 St. George . . 51 fl2ll'llN'l ..... 00 Loyola , . 37 Carmel . . 50 St. Ignatius . . . . 78 clll.I'lllI'I . . 44 St. l,eo . . . . 43 LEAGUE GAMES Carmel , 00 lie l.a Salle .... 73 Carmel . . 58 Mendel . . , .... 00 QlJ.'l'.l I'a.rmel . . 54 Sl. Mel . . . ...,..., 5.3 fl2ll'lIll'l . 55 St. l'Ilizabeth .,,..., 42 Carmel . 725 St. Rita ....... . 62 Cftrmel , . 54 St. Leo . . .,.. . Q19 Carmel . . 34 St. ldlizabeth .... . 50 Carmel . . 33 Ile lla Salle . . 58 Carmel , . 64 Mendel . . . . 57 Carmel . . 50 St. Mel . . . . , . 02 Carmel , 70 St. Rita .... . . . 84 Carmel . . 00 SI. lieu . . . . 75 JUNIOR SQUAD: Front row Cl. to 1.5: John Nc-ary, Mike Cuinmings, Joseph Hillery. Middle row: James Murphy, John Arthur Pauls, Thomas Pat Lyons, Len Paul llavia, Patrick llliehael Freeman, Bernard Eugene Linsted. Back row: Coaeh James Lamkin, Brother John Coghlan, William Henry Norris, ll. Coakley, William KleNieholas, Bob Collins, Mr. Ferguson. Practice Season: The Lightweight basketball team finished its pre- season play with a fair record of five victories and seven losses. The wins came over St. Benedict of the parish league, De Paul, Saint George, Gordon Tech, K St. Rita. The Lights ran into a considerable string of bad luck as 3 regulars from last year's team, Budil, Durkin, 8: Holly, all failed to measure in. Next, Bertoni, who was playing regularly, was declared ineligible when he missed the measuring- in day because of football practice. Then Mike Farr, a regular last season, hurt his knee and played less than half the season. Even so, Coach Lamkin was able to field the best Lightweight team in 3 years at Carmel. The starters included: Senior 8: Captain, Bob Collins, Seniors Jack Pauls SL Pat Freeman: Juniors Farr Qwhile he playedj 81 Bill McNicholasg and Freshman jim Murphy, who moved up from the Flys to replace Farr. Top sub was Cummings. Varsity Basketball-luniors Beginning Season by Taking First 3 Games, the Lights Gained 3rd INDIVIDUAL SCORING Games Field Free Throws Pers. Total Player Played Goals Made-Missed Fouls Points Ave. Collins lil 75 47 -46 41 197 15.2 MeNiel1olas 125 55 38 -12 45 148 ll.4 Fr 1-s- man lil 35 38 '21 35 lll8 8.3 Murphy 12 34 5 -ll 26 73 6.1 Pauls 125 2l lil -l7 45 55 4.2 Farr J 20 14 -112 I2 54 10.8 Cummings Ill 7 6 - 8 I4 20 2.0 Norris Zi 35 2 A l 3 8 77 Coaliley 3 7 2 W- 2 l li 2.0 Liuilsted 2 0 l - 3 ' 4 l .5 Neary ' 0 0 - 2 0 0 .0 Place in South Section, Driven by Both Bob Collins and lack Pauls SEASON'S RECORD PRACTICE GAMES Carmel .,... 39 Gordon Teeh . . . Carmel . . . 52 St. Benediet . . Carmel , . 36 St. Ignatius . . . . . , Carmel . . 43 Fenwick .... . . Carmel . . 46 De Paul .,.. . , . Carmel . . 45 St. George . Carmel . . 58 Cordon Teeh , Carmel ....... 29 South Shore Carmel . .,... 47 St. Ignatius . . . . DE LA SALLE ROUND ROBIN Carmel ...,,., 38 lie La Salle , . . Carmel ....... 47 St. Rita. . . . . FENWICK TOURNAMENT Carmel ....... 32 St. George . . . . LEAGUE GAMES Carmel , . . 54 De La Salle ..,, , . . Carmel . . 69 Mendel .,... . , 64 QU Carmel . . 48 St. Mel . . . . , . . Carmel , . 37 St. lfllizabeth . Carmel . . 55 St. Rita .,.,.. . Carmel . . 47 St. Leo . . . . , . Carmel . . 28 St. l'llizabeth . Carmel , . 55 De lla Salle . . Carmel , . 52 Mendel . . . . , Carmel . . G4 St. Mel . . . . Carmel . . 60 St. Rita ..,.. . Carmel . . 55 St. Leo .... . PLAY-OFF Carmel 4 46 Holy Trinity . . STARTERS tHeaviesl: llwnigt- J. llrzffner, ltolvt. .lt-rryv tiordon, STA .lJllllt'S .Xnthnnlv llnrseyv, ltolwrt lf. lhtvin, Xliehael S. llavin. ltol "Heavies" 'lwzl lfuflil, a ylunior. played in the forward position well, and was one of the high seorers on the team: his alrility olliers great hope for next year's title eontention . . . all-III lJnr.wj1' was only a Sophomore, hut his tmeommon ahility at the Center slot showed him to he an exceptional player who will bring two more years of his line playing skills to the Caravan. . . . 'linm Iiurlfllfcxlrnz was also a Center on this year's team and his height proved his jump shot to he very ellieetive and lmeing that he is a Junior, he also shows even more promise for the ineoming year with the team. . . . Hob G'r1z'1'11, also a Senior and a very line forward displayed exceptional skill in his lay-up shots he averaged six points for each game. and with these qualities. he howed from the team well respeeted ..... llilff C'az'1'n. a Senior, played guard for the year. hut also occasionally sul:- stituted as lorward while he averaged almost seven points for a game despite his multiple positions .... lfulrlz tinrrlnn was the CIaravan's top seorer with an average of sixteen points per game along with heing the Captain of the team and playing in the forward position .... tlwrn'.qf' llaffzm' played guard and proved hnnsell a deadly shot heeause he Imrought himself up to the seeond highest seorer plaee on the team. . , . Hill llm'fu'r. a ylunior. played in the forward position and lmrings hope for next year's ehampions. FIRST STRING SUBS tHeavieSl! 'lilieotlore "fell" if liutlil, Tlnnnas Willirnn llntltlleston, :mtl also William .hnnes Harper. ..- -. A..-Y. .. . ,,..,.v.-..-n..extuws RTERS tLightSlZ l':itriek Nl. l"ret-lnan, J. .Xrthur l':mls vert liill Vollins, .laines lf, Nlnrphy, Williinn ll. Nl:-Nieliolas "Lights" 1,1171 C1ltlI1lt'f1j1', a Sophomore. was a valuahle suhsti- tute at the forward position .... Hull CYIINIIIIX, Senior. was the team Captain and a leading seorer. with l5 points a game. Our eenter. he was a first team seleetion on the All South-Seetion Team ..... llilrf' C1nnn11'r1g.x'. a Sophomore. was one of the top suhs and saw action in most of the League games at a guard position ..... llikf Farr tnot pieturedl. a was injured early in the League season. Until that time he was a first string guard 'n had the hest set shot on the team .... Pal Frfwnzarz was a Sen- ior forward who stepped into the line-up after the injury to Farr forced a rearrangement of the var- sity team. Pat ended up as our third highest scorer . . . Hill ,lIf.N1't'l1n!n.t. a -Iunior forward. averaged almost 12 points a game. Bill was the Caravan's seeond highest seorer and an outstanding rehounder. . . . jfnz .llurfrlng only a Freshman. was so out- standing on the lilyweight team that he was moved up to a lirst-string guard position on the varsity. -Iim was honored hy a seeond-string lwerth on the All South-Seetion team .... Hill .xitll'l'I-X., a llunior. was one of the several outstanding suhstitutes that gave Carinel a strong lmeneh strength this year .... x7Ilt'A' Pnzzly. a Senior. rounded otlt the lirst string. -Iaek started the season as a forward. hut he was later moved to a guard position after l"arr's injury. FIRST STRING SUBS tLightSlI llaniel "Dan" .loe fltllllilljo Nlif-Intel .lost-ph C'ummings, :intl finally. William llenry Norris- -w s P, Q 4 maxi? AQ he "in , no fy! 4,4 , F Q59 J if 3 i 30 n37 W I was A. . qi W 5 we xpndzs' 1 fp, ff. 5 -4 ' xlf ,, 1 Ii 1 . M A W My , wc,-41 , fe, ,, if .9 49 1 Qs. , W, , Q? af .Q H ,Z WK 1 'my . 9? sw 2' HHN! 'lb 5 -0. V XG. 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N.. ,rig M Wf-'::XwiQifM-K if 1-F' . M S an ., xx iJv un. .7 E-'F Ks, n ,k,. ,V ,A if ff 1 X 'W' 1 if :A-- ..1. g , .x x A . 1 QW? .IoI111 Q-', 'N-A fIH:lIiIl'X, .IUI111 SIUIJIIUII Ixulzl, I5111. John, -1' II I1':111 N1 I . , . ,L I g X 1 K .K i 1 1 . wfflgff, ,P JF 1 84417 1 sa1,32gdu ig 11 3-119331 FISH ' "- B 5 .f 1 ' . 1 1 ,ag ,ff F .? 3 ' mi :TEL " I 2 Ii 1 W I'-0 Bantams gl Flys FLYS: lst row, 1. to Iiny, I1l'll Ilnw Iiolltlory IBIg1' BANTAMSZ lst row, I. to r.: fIUIlf'Il I"z'1'g1t1so11, fIl'I':lI4I II:1yt-s, 'I'i111otI1y Nlilui I"i1111f-g::111, Iltnl A. IIC'Il4Il'I'HUIl, Stvplwii Iiiihn, .I:1l111-s Louis cII'0IlW:lII. 2nd row: Iiro. John, .I:11111-s IC. Slim-only, .II111 tl:1vi11, I,. .I:Illll'S Ifilzgim-1':1l4I, Iioh II:1t1gI1, I'II'IlIl .I. Iiomlort IKIg1'.I. 3rd row: 'IIIIUIIIZIS fiI'l'l'j' INI:111:1gt'1'H, .Ii111 C'oI'I't-1' IJIIIIIIII IIII IIXIIII Iohii IIIIIIIIIIH .41 . 1 r.Z f'o'1r'I1 I'l'I'j,fIISllIl. Ihili Htusr-Ia. XIIt'Il2ll'I C'11111111i11gs, Iiit-Imiwl lim-toiii. 2nd row: WiIIi:1111 C':111:1v:111, William I.. 1 , 1 Il IH! .I:111it-s 4JI41'l1'11, I'1':111 J. 3rd row: .lost-1111 II1II1-rx' trv .XIIII . 1 IH 1 IIY I'1'-111r'1s fIlI'l'X' II1o111:1s I. I,yo11s, In-1':1I1I .I2lllll'S III'IlIHl'1I. Flys Top in League With 10-2 Record Bantams Conquer 14 Successive Foes 'I"his yt'211"s IIywt'igI1t tc21111 was tht' Iwst i11 thc OPPONENTS FLY Ivnqtiv with 21 III win f-2 loss 1't'COI'CI. Their ox'C1'aII s1t.y1,.1 ,145 1't'co1'cI wus I6-4, IXIIIFPIIY was ll st2111cI-out t111tiI lyollusnlll, 44 111ovc'cI to tht' x'211'sity. Capt. BC1'to11i 21vc1'21qccI ox'C1' Hmmm 57 I7 pts, ll g21111t'. Iiulzt was 2111 0t1tst2111cIi11g rcI1ot111cIc1'. St. MM Bl Othvi' st211'tt'1's wt'1't' Ct1111111i11gs, D21x'i21 K Stttsck, gt Rim M along with suhs CTo21kIcy N Nc211'y. Special Credit -A goes to Cioztch I'Il'I'QllSOI1 I'o1' thc lmcst sC21so11 i11 yc211's. N"'2'm"""'1 M QIOZICII 4Ii111 I'Il'I'QllS0II i11 his I21st YCZII' lcd C211'111cI's SI' IM' sw B2111t21111s to 21 I6-4 sc-21so11 1'CC01'cI. i11cIt1cIi11Q QI string I7f'I1HS21IIf' 443 ol' I4 straight XYIIIS .II il 9-3 Icugut' 1'6Co1'cI. This St.l'Iliz11hml1 47 ot1tst2111cIi11g l12111t21111 tt'21111 i11cIucIccI lIi111 Dorscy. who Momm 47 was Y211'sity Cc11tt'1' lay thc' c11cI of the year. Tho 1621111 St' Rim :W was Ivcl hy Capt. QIIIII Glynn. Ic21cIi11Q scorer .Ii111 1 - cII'OIIlNW.'II N IJIZIYIIIZIIQCI' -lorry H2I3'C'S. Other SI2lI'l- N' MU 4' crs wvrc Holm Hough K John D2111kc'1'l or Tom L21y11t'. 'YXABI f':,,-mol S.-,W 11514-fl fi,-Sq. S+ 50 245 -I0 343 242 24 -II 345 -H3 41 345 RS BANTAM 55 4:1 oi 'IT 244 511 'us Il IIE! I5 III IST S+ 524 XII 233 .14 2115 145 S55 5-I III 'Ill -IT 42 tL.H HAYES RECEIVES THE BALL AGAINST MENDEL. IRJ BERTONI AND STUSEK FIGHT WITH MONARCHS. SECOND PLACE CAGERS lIII-45 tat leftl: lst row, 1. to r.: 'l'Ironit 0 Nliteht-ll. fi:lI'Illl'll lruisi, Morton Jn, Y' llmvntgv, liuvinurrtl A:1r'orr. Znd row: Nlit-lmel .l. Stuck, lIII'llIll'tl ll. lreilt-It, l':rlr'ir'lq J. lin-nn:nn, ltolwrl .l. llriiley, THIRD PLACE CAGERS lIII-65: tabovel: lst row, l. to r.: Yint-ent llilmlmns, liolwrl l3ilton,'l'lion1:1s I". Speck. 2nd row: llun ll. liotkvit-lr, Jost-pli Jr-nrlrxi. l':lul SIlI't'tlIllillllltl. CAGE CHAMPIONS LIV-35: tat leftlt lst row, I. to r.: 'lJli0lllIlS Burg, Kevin lVKeel'e, Kliehnvl Tim tl'lir'ien,'l'hon1:is Kit-liuu. 2nd row: William Newton, Jos. IC. Loftus, John W. Nloore, Nlieliuel li. lluhig, Intramurals-Basketball 81 Wrestling 24 Teams Came Out for Annual Basketball Tournament Directed The Intramural Basketball Tournament had manv participants this year. There were 24 teams and over 240 players. The elimination contests were held in the morning and during the first lunch period. Finals ol' the lntraniural XVrestling Tournament were held at a Father-Son Night. The eliminations had been held on the two previous days. Over 200 students participated. This field was cut down to the 26 linalists. 'The finalists were split into two teams, the XVhite and the Brown teams. for the linal exhilrition. The W'hite teani. captained bv Pat Claeta. won over the Brown teani. headed llmv Jerry WRESTLING FINALISTS: Front row, tl. to r.l: Lin-ry Stun l,t-ntmvslri, llun Willirunson, John Stusek, lliek Bla-Kenzie, lioh Hilton, l'I4lw:n'1l liures, 2nd row: Jaunes liovnton, Steve lit-il't-iss, William Nlonllrit-, Jim l":n'r'r-ll, llnnulrl K1-enrnrr, Pc-ter' Nlulito. By Mr. Noble: Wrestling Tourney Attracted Over 200 Participants Galvin. The evening began as Farrell QI-35 pinned his man. Moultrie QI-IJ. The other contests, which were decided Irv pins were: Cooley QII-23 over Ed- wards CI-79: Keenan CII-ll over Reifeiss QI-35: Len- towski CIV-33 over Carey CI-ll: Bures QIY-3D over Fogarty QI-23: McFarland QIII-6l over T. Flanagan QIVD: Povnton QIIIJ over Melienzie QIIIDL O'Brien QIVJ over Stusek CHD: Corporale QIYJ over Sheridan CHI-63: and T. Minnick QIV-35 over Ziegler QII-Sl. The winners according to points were: Sundstroru QII-4,3 over Knorr QI-4l: Bilton QIIU over Xviililllll- son QI-29: Farrell QIV-59 over Malito QIY-35. 3rd row: 'l'liom:r.s .l. Nlinniek, Allwrt Ziegler, William Sheridan, Tlioinzis Fl:1n:tg:1n, Klieluiel l,vI'TI'Il'll. Absent: liolmz-rt Cooley, Torn Knorr, Antliony C':n'ey, Bremlxirr Fogarty. Part Kit-F:u'l:uitl, John l":n'r'ell, tlerultl l'Itlw:n'cls, Ilan Suntlstroin, John C':1por:tle. W I K 4- 3 I fr i.5 1 is Y ,r V TANKERS: Sitting, l. to r.: iii-ng Nlnss, tivo, Thompson, lionnld Slt'Vt'll liUV1ll'S. lioln-rl 'l'iIior C'zt-islt-r, l,2lllll'l lit-illy Nliirpliy. Jnlin 'l'ini lint-I, Kneeling: f":u'l lfrit' Nt-lson, llnnit-l lCrl Nl:ii'lu-lv, lit-nnis J. Nlt-Nlnlinn, llnnnns l,. l'l'ilSl'I', Jnint-s Q unit .Xinlrt-w Ross. liolu-rt Willinin llurt. Standing: C'o:1r'l1 Willinni Nlitr-lwll, llonultl Bill Shit-ltls, l,:1nt- l"r':in Svhnotztlu, ljtllll llrivid C':nri'it-r, llill l':1tC'ns1-y, :tnd.iin:tlly, lh1o1'g4'l,lit':is Kliisxlvnski. was ,gf A f i? ,ntilllk -V if ' A'.ll 1 xAl'i iii. Q A SME . g x 'm s g L - f - mm -H Swimming and Wrestling Teams Swimming Coach, Bill Mitchell, Guides Swimmers to 5th in City, Ont' oil thc lt'nst-noticcd minor sports at Czirincl is swinnning, livvry night alter school for st'x't'1'zil months during tht' your. that 'il2iI1liCI'SU spcnd rnziny hours in thc- pool practising for int'Cts with othcr intniilwrs ol, tht- strong Catholic Swinnning l.t'agtl0. lhis your nndvr onr now Conch, Bill Mitchcll. thc ttwnn had ll 7 - I - lil rccord. Dvspitc this int'diocrc lwginning. liowt'x't'r. tht- SXVllIl1llCI'S rnllicd to tzilu' ith plnct' ' ' " ' ' in tht' nll-nnportzint City Mcct in Zl hold ol' ll. Ycry significant was tht' lltct thztt lwsiclvs l3 tvznn int-inlmcrs who scored in City. 6 ol' thc 'J Sr. tcznn scorvrs will lat' rcturning next yczir. GRAPPLERS: iLefti: lst row, 1. to r.:Nl:n'lq livin-rls, l'. l,. lint-I-I. li. ll. U'lit-1-ily J, J. lii1sr1:ik,.2nd row: Xl. J. lflriitwsoil. li. Nlnnnn, P. .l, ll-nrinwn, .l, lu. Nlviiilliatins, 3rd row: IJ. liatrrlv. l'. .l. Wootls, .l. l'. Quinlan, l". Xlorvlli :intl C'o:n'li Toni clZll't'j'. Due to the Efforts of Co-Captains, Grapplers End With 6:1:3 Record The unlmezttulmlc Coinlainntion ol good Cozmhing and Cxptlriciictx produced Cl2lI'1I1Cl-S lwst wrcstling tt-nm in st'vt'rz1l yczirs. ln his sccond your as K'02lCll. Toni Czlrcy guidcd li0llI'ICCI1 I'ClllI'11lI1Q vt'tt'i'z1ns. including thrcc coinlazit-wisc lcttt'rnit'n. to 21 6:1:3 rvcord. Thcy wort' lvd hy ClO-Cl2llJl2llI1S -lorry Galvin CQ Put Gztvtzt. who 21CClllIllllZlICCl individual rccords oi 9:l:ll und 9:1321 rcspcctivcly. Also outstanding during tht' '57-'58 season: Fred Moi'Clli. 21 .lunioix and livvin O'KCClic, at Svnior. Among tht' ICZIIIIQS z1Chic'vt-n1t'nts were doulrlc wins ovvr pt'rt'nnizilly strong CYS :ind Cgtltnnct. To tht- grzipplcrs go our COIlQI'2lllll2lllOllSl MORE GRAPPLERS: lRightJ: lst row, l. to r.: Slit-lnn-l .lirn Kit-Nlzihon, John IC, liiorio, John liurgt-ss, Jost-ph Nl. llXYi'ZIll'XIlli. 2nd row: C'lnn'k l'. lit-lly, .lt-try llnlvin, Jzinivs lmo lit-rn, Vhns. lflllll'l' ltolwrts, :intl Inst lint not lt-nsl, tliv Com-Ii Torn C':tr'tyx'. SWIMMING MEET VS. ST. IGNATIUS: Top row, l. to r.: pliy It-ads in tlw lmavlcstimlu- tlivisimig Russ aml llc-Nlalioii in lwavk- Sm-aim' Shit-ltls 4-xliilmits C'arna-l's skill in tliviag, Nlaas svnrc-s for strokv rlivisiun la-lp .luniur tt-am ml to vim-tory. Bottom row: 'l'lu- .lur1itn"I't-aing Novak "knil'4-s" Ignatius. 2nd row: Will: Butts-rlly two Illt'll on thx- lc-lt taml :mln-:ul-x' ia tla' lvamll arc- lla- K'ai'mt-l stroke- f'arimfl's Svlmotala :tml llart strvtvll fm' finisli lim-3 f'o-t'aptains Holi llart aacl Karl Nm-lson: "Katt-li" Nt-lson ul' Nlt. lt's all f'arm1-l as liill Vasvy aml Lam- Svlmutala liattlv it C'armvl ffbll tla- lr-lil is ll':lllllIg' thu- pavk as liv takvs tliv first mit in tlu- I00 yfl. lure-ast strukv. 3rd row: SUllllUllllll'l' llan Blur- turn iii tla- ma--lnlnslrt-cl yml. lrvv stylc- ov:-nt in nawt vs. Wnlvs-s. g SEASON'S RECORD SENIORS -IUNIORS i'arnwl ... . . lvIllVl'I'Sllj l clIll'Il1t'l . Iltl l'nivm-rsily lligli . 358 i'arnwl . . la-mu flIll'lllt'l KT lim-U . . , 27 f'IlI'lllt'l . . . . St. fil'fll'p.It fltlI'IIll'l . . . Sill St. lla-m'gv , , 252 l'ai'm4-I lim-tlnn 'l'm-vli c'Ill'lllt'l . . 412 Klmwluii 'l'm-1-li , . 126 l'ai'lia-l l,f-0 . . cl1ll'llll'l . lti la-nu . . . 120 l'armr-l l"n-liwivlq , . . f'armvl . , . lil lfmiuivla . . 'lti t'armt-I Nlorgari l'-nrlq clIll'IIlt'l , 253 xllll'g2lll l'a1'k . . 37 t'arm4-l .. St. Ignatius C'ai'mr-l , , 27 St. Ignatius ... ,, 249 f'tlI'lllt'l St. l'ali'iz'lc f'a1'na-l 312 St. l'ati'if-lc , Jill 98 MAT MEET VS. KELLY: Top row, I. to r. .lorry Galvin trim-s to turn his ton so hv van pin lllllll .lorry J. Rilsnzik pnshi-s his inun into nint just lwt'm-v hcl pins hiin. 2nd row: li. U'Kc-s-t'm- in starting pusitiun with lx-tiltltllml Ki-lly opponvnt 1 Czirinvn Luisi strngigrlvs with strung niut upponf-nt, hnt c-onn-s out un top to win IHiliI'll. 3rd row: M011-lli tricks mls-spc-i':1tm-ly to got :iwny so ho min gc-t hawk :lt his nntzigonistg Olson flips his :ulvs-rs:11'y tn thc' lnnt. just lwt'0rv hv pins hini. 4th row:. Marla liohvrts gm.-ts that tli'll'l'IT'llllt'tl look as tu thv Illllf' llvtc lioml SEASON'S RECORD f':u'nn-l . . 22 Svlinrz , 22 f':n'nivl C':u'inm-l . . , 24 CIllllI1ll'l . . . 20 Cl2lI'll1l'l Clzirinm-l . . . 28 C'.Y.S. , , . . . lti C':n'lnvl cl21l'I11lxl .,,, . 21 Hirsvh . . . . . , Zti Cin-inul l':n'invl . . . . 18 'Notre llznne- l'. . . , 12 CIll'Illl'l TkSl'I'Ullll String "First String ht- IDllSlll'H his lr:1ntn- oppnnz-nt hxuwl in- s gvts out lust :lt st:n't to win nnntvh. I2 ""Noti'0 llilllll' l'. . 248 IEP Sl'lllll'Z . Lili 28 cl1llllll1l'l . . IH 24 C7.Y.S. . I8 28 Kvlly ,. . lil 99 VARSITY TEAM: Front row: .lm-It Pauls, William .-X. llootlv, l"1't-tl Klllllllll'l', t'lill'm'tl lnulzinslti. Second row: l':itrit-la lirt-nnztii ltulwrl th-rulfl tinrtltm, Wnltvi'C'1'n:u'kil1,'l'lw6tlm't-Clhzts. lhltlil ltulwrl llrtul li4'Ill'lll'.Y, William l't-it-1' l.:1vt-ry. Third row: l'3tlllll'I' .'xllSllll fltlllllt' lC'u:u'ltl, ltuln-rl Jumvs llttilvy, ltulrt-rt J. Sllll2llt'li, Juhn William lllll'l'j', ltnyinuml William ll:u'lu'm'itlt-V, Vint't-nt J. Ili-1-, l"r:mk Nlilw Nlulmn-y :mtl Nlit-lim-l Cut- lhu-l1:ui:u1 lSl'0l'l'l'J FROSH-SOPH SQUAD: Top row tl. to Ll: .lm'm1it- Vinci-nt. AllgLllllS, l.t-my J. Kuwit-t'ki, Jtimt-S l,t-my Nlxijtwuwski, Kviillvtll Zvukt-l, C'l:i1't-lit-0 l'Iclwzu'tl Fuss, Ralph Jim lirutly, Fr. Bt'l'll':lIll. Middle row: lixtrry flUllllUI'S, l'3l'2l.llli Slmm, ltulwrt Klum-llvr, Rich lxozlowski, Jm' ltcnlkowski, llzutit-l xyllllilllwtlll, l.:1i'i'y .l:m:tsz:tk, Ffont tow.: lll'l'lllll'tl lQtHllIl2ll't', Miko llt-lam-y, John lliurio, llztvt' lxrttswivlu, J. llWt'ZIll'Zllli, IS. l5:1l'tlt'l'. Absent: Vinci N lxlllI'Illlj'. Varsity Baseball Team Places Second in So. Sect' Baseball Frosh-Soph Team Concludes ' lon 'l'ht' Svnior Yursity. Cozlcllvcl hy l"z1tht'r Austin. Gnd- vcl tht' stuisuii with 21 SCZISOIIQS record ul' 7-5 and 21 lvzlqttt' rt'c'm'tl ul' 3-3. lt might lac uotccl that Cur- mvl clt'lk'ntt'cl l't'nwic'l4. tht' Cfzitllolic' lxuqttc Chzim- pious. in two out ol' two Qznnvs. ln practice' QZIIIICS, 1 . . V .-. ., -1 Ctzu'll1t'l tlt'lt'ntt'tl South Sltorv. 6-li CX 5. 8-31 l'cu- wick, 6-2: lft-nwiclt, 'J-8: and lost to St. Phillip. 4-61 :tml tu Smith Slmrt-, 12-15. 'l'ht' Yzlrsity clvlitvltccl tht' Stllllll Svvtiutl Clhztillps. Dt' lm Sztllv. in ont' out ol' 2 Qzniivs. lmngtit' Quint' stforvs wt'i't': DLS tl6-l21 l-3lg St. Rita K3-2: 6-431 Zlllfl lNlt'nclcl C2-31 2-67. tflairiiivlis svorc- is listccl lirst.J .Iohn Pauls muclc tht' . . ,. Y- lll'l'illil-.'Xlllt'I'll'llIl All-Slill' Lliicziqo .'Xrt'z1 Prcp loam. lht' l'msIt-Soplms t'llxlUf't'Cl il svziscm hllvcl with Cx- pt'1'it'l1t't' :mtl il rvzlstliizilmlt' tzlstt' ol' victory. 'liht' llllll- im' X'lll'Slly svgisun I't'C'0I'Cl ol' 6-7 would ltzlvt' lmcvn much lwttvi' haul it not lmt-vu lor tht- lxrvzlks ol' tht' Qsuiitu Mant scott-s wvrt' vvry closc. 3-2. 4-2. t'tC Batters lh'vnn:u1 llill'lit'lll'l C l'H2ll'lilll l':mls lixtrry litulil lltw- l'lI't't'IIl2lll Nllilfblltj' Sllll2lll'li litwtlull llIlVt'l'j' Pitchers Hmizilt-lt ll:it'i'y Kllllllllttl' l Dtmtly With .500 Percentage 2 12 U 0 tl Ll .500 5 Iii -l 0 l I2 .2582 Zi -l l ll tl ll .364 El li! 12 ll 0 T .2551 l ti 2 ll tl li .Zllti ll I0 l ll 2 lii .3025 ti 8 2 ll ll T ,286 ll? lll l ll tl ti .286 -l fl 2 tl tl 11 .2733 2 Zi ll U tl 2 .QSM T T l 2 ll -l .2013 ti w ll tl tl l . liitl IH. R. ER. SO. B.B. W-L. ERA 21 I8 Al lti lli 2 l l. IS Sifl QT l2 -l2 25 5 2 l.T1l El ti -l 2 'S ll l -l .liti tl ll ti ti T tl I 9.80 FR. AUSTIN instrtivts his starting lllllll ln-l'tn'4- :t 4-i'm'i:nl Quint- tm tht- tlinniuiufl ul lvl-zutililul Xlvliiiilt-lx' l':ii'lt on Wt-stt-rn .Xvtw l00 Y TRACK TEAM: Bottom row, ll to r.l: Xlzirtiu iil'Zl'SliUWiIllii, lion K1-e11:111, l':1t ll:1.ves,.lill1 lluys, Steve lilllil, John NI..lo111-s, Center row: Vlwtllll l':1wIi1-ki, Vlwillll Fuss, Tom C':1r111ofly, Win. Klollltrie, l"re1l t'11l1l1, l':111l Fetyko, llerlm lhrrdett, John l12lI'lilll. Top row: C'4l1lf'll John iXll'NilIIlill'Il, Toni l"l:111:1g:111, lJ:111 liI'll2lZllll, .lerry lilwll, Jerry Mans, ffhrirles Smith, liUllI'l'l IJ1-viii, John Nlolllollsszilny,Tony Rueiii, lle:11lC'o:1el1XYilli:1n1.l:11-olsy. Absent when picture was taken: liiehrml li:1yTe11l'elde, Hugh I". Nenry. Track ln His Second Year as Coach, Mr. Jacoby Guides a Small But Determined Squad of Runners to Successful Season This YCLIFNS truck teznn. eouehed lay hir. Alncolmy and Mr. lX1t'N21lllLlI'2l. ended up with at highly successful seuson, During the pruetice season they heat Rita three limes, Mendel twice. and Leo onee. In the I,oyol11 Relays the 880 reluy tez11n took 21 fourth, the lllllt' reluy teznn took 21 fourth. and the sprint medley te111n also took 21 fourth. ln the finals Steve Kula took ll third in the highejuinp. In the Senior linuls Toni Flllllilgilfl took second place in the RELAYMAN DICK TENFELDE GETS ON HIS MARK. 440 with an excellent ti1ne of 51 seconds. The mile relay teznn, Dick Tenfelde. Jones. Rzieiti. and Flanagan, took 21 fourth in 21 very fast held. The -Ir. team had some very good runners coming up to us- sist the Senior teznn. Pzit Hayes hacked up llerry Maas in the longer races, while Steve Kula K Toni Carinody backed up John .Iones lk Tony Raciti in the shorter races. The leading scorers were Flllllllgilli, Dan Bellazini, Dick Tenfelde, Tony Raciti and Jones. DAN BELLAZINI CL.j OVER I-IURDLES AT ECKERSALL. TOM FLANAGAN HITS TAPE, FOLLOWED BY RACITI. IIVVV .,. ,.9' SENIOR LEAGUE: lst row, 1. to r.: .luhn Nh-- f':1h1-, ll. ll:1ll:1gli:1. .l. Blll'QQl'SS, l'l. Nlic-h:1lsk ll. kkiilivlllill, I". ilSll'llNK',4iii, l,. fiiI'Il1Sl'lll'ili. Zndt .l. Sink, lytllll .L linzniinski, llnhl-rl I". Nl'21l'j', kkliliilllll ll. llillnn, l':1l1'i1'k .l. Nl:1I1n11-y, lD:1vi1l li. Lynn. 3rd row: llilllil l'. lil-j:11111vi1-l1, John W. l5Ill'l'j', lfilyllllbllli W. ll:1r'k1-l11'i1l1-r', .l:lllll'S 'l'. lSI:1zin:1, Josl-ph A. llsi1l:1, Ill-11j:1n1i11 ll. l,ll'lN'l' lJ:1vi1l J. licmiinyv, Sll':1ll'ur1l Allllll. 4th row: Jzrnws 'l'. ll'C'11111111r', lil'lllll'lil llnrsl, fillIll':lll li1'11swi1'ki, llill'l'j' Cliilxxvillr-1', -lill'li ll. ll:1rris, Rllllllili Srwks, llm-nry Sl1llllill'Wll'Z. 5th row: ll. l"ll'llS, IJ1-nnis C'11ll'1-y. Nlikl- l'I1ln':1r'1ls. l"l'Illlli llnllu, ll. llilm-Iv, Klikv Russ:-ll, .hw flil'-lllll'Zllli. 1 v JUNIOR LEAGUE: lst row, l. to r.: Yir-tor A. lJ11li:1, lli1'l1:11'1l Kuzlmvski, Nli1'h:11-l llynn, Huh- l'l'f S11lik,.l11l111 Nlnsivk, l,IlWI'l'lll'l'JIIIIIOS Szninski. 2nd row: Ri1'lr:11'1l 'l'1':11-1-5' C'z1r1'l1, J:lIl1l'S Kozlow- ski, J:1n11-s llIn':11l11vi1-l1, illlllll' lim-llmm-l, l'l1lw:11'1l ll:111s1-11, Nli1'l1:111l lJ1n'1-. llnssvll c'l0ll1il0l'. 3rd row: lic-roy Jnhloriski, lC1l J. Svploski, liir'l1:11'd l':1c'l111lski, Nlivlizwl l'1':11'l11'1', 'llllUIl1IlS k1ill'lll0lif', lluvinl kyl'I'lll'l', llrvn' liillllillliil, Juinvs l':1v:1n- :111gl1. 4th row: l'1-11-1' Nl1ll'iil'j', J1lllll'S .l:1111is11n, llo11:1I1l lillVIll'S, .Ml:11nJ. Jung, l1:1w1'1-r11'1-llnngh, illlli John lwnszkn. Sth row: Ty lYy11111', C'h:11'l4-s xll'Sll'l'ilIlI'lll, .-Xll'1'v1l Zioglm-, xyiiiiillll Klurzrn. kil'l'llill Krnlz, K1-n lllllllilllilii, l'I1l NlIll'l'ill- ski, Run Kliknlriiisky. N .ll'l'llllll' Xngnlis. B ' The Junior and Senior Bowling Teams Complete owlmg Another Great Season of Intraschool Competition This kl'lll'iS Sl'llilll' sqnncl was lvcl z1ll thc' wzly hy ycz11'. His Cil1lI'QCS look 21 lhircl place' in tht' rccviilly thi' ilil'll l,illS. This ll'1llll crmrisislvcl nl' Uvnnis Ciollivy. l'o1'111c'cl Czrlliolic' Bowling l,1'11g111'. Scnior high ganna' 'l'l11n11:1s llnrg. livw fiil'lllSl'ill'ili. :incl fil'l'2liCi l"lvnS. wus lmwlccl hy D611 Collivy. rolling Ll 283. Scnior rliill' 1':1plz1i11 ul lillll 1111111 was Dcnnis Cfollby. Tha' high svrivs was howlccl hy fillllfilli liI'llSNS'iClii with wunrcl plum- l4'2lIIl wus 'l'h1' 'l'h1-111s C0lllIJOSl'Ci ol' Ll 576. 'lihc olliccrs ol' our Svnior l.l'1lQllC nrt' .loc llsiclzu. liic'l1z11'rl llykmvski. :incl B1-11 l'icp1'1'. 'l'hc' third Usicln ll'1'c'siclv11liJ. lww Ciil'lllSCilK'iCi lYiCc-l'1'1'siclv11ll. pl.11-1-w11s1'11p1111'1-cl hy Vliill' l5o1111cx'illc's: i'll'2lllli Gallo. l'il'2lIiii Gallo QSCCI'l'l2lI'f'l. :intl Dvn Cf0l'li1'y l'IiI'C'2lS.l. XN'illi41111 .XSSl'iil0l'Il, Miko l'iCiXX'2II'tiS. illlfl Rllylllllllfi 'l'l11-ll1111i61' ulliccrs wort' iliC'ilill'Ci Pzrcliolski lP1'cs.l. ll'Il'iil'lll'iCil'l'. 'l'h1- Scniur' iX1OClCI'2llUl' was l'1'..I01'clz111. Qlnincs Kozlowski lkYiCc'-P1'csicl1'11tl. Yin' Dvlizr lScC.l. who new lhv l,l'l'Slfil'lll ol' thc Clnlhulic Bowling .lc1'1'y .-Xngnlis l'li1'l'z1s.l. mlnnim' high gznnc was 268 'ngnv this fl'ill'. l"1', Mz11'c1'l. lllllKil'l'2ll0l' ol' thc Zlllii thc high svrics was 566. Both thc' high QQIIIIC 1l1111i111' sqnznl. will liliil' his plncv ns P1'csicl1'11l next nncl high scrics worn' howlccl hy l.1'I'Ok' I". -Inhlonski. 7 N , tx I V , ii LM T A , Ng K .,,, Y-F' ' m L - X .SSW L V f ses M- 325- :Q aut! .HPD - e5i41.iif25f3f5fgg'52?5f : f m .'1?'.G'1f3n3'U1"r ' ?l?f'1i1lf "i3'fs?45E?ff'5' fsxi? .Mm M gm .1:: s:3',?p:sl A2f2?if1ff5'ff:ii5,!gaffi'!ibQ1 '50 -il h ARG' . R . Q .k ,b.xi tiuxtglg 5: .:.. V V 3' i if . a 3 " Y 1 Y ' ' ' -f:. A N Q A XA ' M EF' pug' 'Q ff X 4- z a Z. 1 .4 b s 15 ' f ' vm fi I. ww '- U i wa ,iptmh Q QW 7 1 K' uf w A f ' f , M-. A ,Q 'W 5 -4 ::'..,,,JT' 9 'Q xfgzc e f be-kb. f W ' S " x x Miki ' ' LJ" 5+ Qs- L, ' ,S il , -AM' I ' ' ,Mt I xl YQ 3'--9 y .- . fi rl" L ' , wqafgswr ' ff' x If u .vw ,,. W . fr . , , 1 5 2 , ,! .gp I ,aim Re if r Xl. 3131. A " :ggi kk gf 12 I f, , 1 , -Ifjlf T. ,, f si ' ' ixfi f' fflf 'MN 55 - -if l 4 'we fk Mrk, K 2 Y " : 2 ' J AQ Lf "wx , , . , . , L, LDL,..m .5 .lk , M . , 3 Q, , . 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COMMITTEE Hxilll llfl'f'4,: Top Pictlre 4l.to LB: Hula 'l'lml11:us, I lunin-I Nelllgnsrvll, 1 l1'l':11'rl l5:1llw1-11s, I ll'lllliS C 'ui'I'4-V, Illlllxt att-m Ii: ln ml lim In II4u1lxnK lllllllltltl ian l,l'lX'IllllN'l', Bottom Picture: lirmuw- llnrlu-r, .lmm-s N11-Hill, Iil'Illl4'tll Xl. Smith, lCi4'll:ll'1l Rilfllllillil'l't'll1.l'Illl', 'l'hm11:1s .lrum-s Sullivrm.'l'imutI1,x'1511111-1', liriulu liulu-Vt H1-mlm-l'smn, l'1llXXIll'1IJIbS1"l!l 4,l41Ill :nml iillfllly, Ril'llIll'1l f'I1:l1'l1's Nll'i'l'Q'. CHIVALROUS JAMES FARRELL ASSISTS DATE. STUDENT ARRANGEMENT COMMIITEE of MT. CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL present: the Annual Homecoming Dance gint anal Um J' Music by Pete Kallul and his orchestra I Thursday evening October lhirty-fini Nineteen hundred und liity-seven i 'lf mf X N 'Q H .K Q 1 X' 9? rw... f in :,,,s., Q ' 2 Fi 1 . 'mt' I, ul , ww 2 fe' L sf if -1 F T1 v - ,Mg S Ji? ' '52 fg Q 5 Af ., 6 .k,..-. as A x 1:g:::41fv!1M fysfy 3. Y ,f ff Q 3 V. -,a - WWW - SPEAKERS' Table: Left to Right: NIV. .luittvs ltntttltiit, Nli. .luck lil'll1'lll'l', lirotlutr .lohlt i'og1ltI:ttt, Nlr. ltfwvo l,l'lIll'lll1', lf! Nlorg:tit Iiztrm-s, Klux lftl Nlivszkowslqi. l"t'. lclIIlllIll'l tC':trtiit-lttv X 1 LINEMAN JOE CACHEY l't'l':lllS somf- itttvretstiltg 1-vvitts ol' Sllflllll'l'l'1llllllltLt'ZIlllll, whilst lu-1-yt-s st-:tsoit tropltit-slu-l'ot'vl1il11 l'i-ovit1r'i:1ll, Nlr. 'I'om f1Ill'l'j', Ifr. lhtvitl. Klux 'l'om l lihhons tt innu- l,ll1lltl,Lfl'IllJlIl'I'l, l"l'. l'i1-t't't-. Nlr. Kliltm- H:ti':tt'it1i lllutls Vhtlt l't't's.l, . , , . . . . Ht, X :tn Null:-t', Nltx ILC 11t1t1tt1g.5lt:tttt tkltttttitt l'i'1-s.l. l'i'. Mtstm. Football Banquet Football Team ls Acclaimed for Another of Its Successful Years lJt'Cc':t1lwt' 5 wits tho clzttt' ol' this yt'ati"s lftllllllllll l7lIlllllll'l. .Ns usttztl, thc Dads' Cihth gtctvcl its host. .X clcliciotts c'ltic'kt'n clinnvt' wits st'i'x'c'cl :tt tht' Chill' ol' 'l'omoi't'ow. which is :tt 75th :tml llzilstvcl. t'Xl't4'1' tht' clinnvt' Nlztstct' ol' CTt't'ctitottic's -lohnuy hlorclzttt. prcscnl hvztcl lmskvtlmztll coztch at Notre' Uzttttcz itttroclttcccl thc ttight's spc'ztlu't's. lfr. Dztvicl. Couch lout Curvy, lix-Cfogtclt llcl lNlic'szl4owski. l3t'otltt't'xIolt1t. ztitcl l"1'. Morgztn szticl il lbw words. lfrzmk lXlztlottcy amd -loc' flztcltvy thou tolcl uhout thc' sttttitttvt' tmittittg Camp. Holm Collins tmcl .lorry Koch tltztttkcfl l'X'l'l'l'OIlC who hclpccl thc tcutm. Nt-xt thc trophivs worm' ztw'm'clvcl. Co-Ciztptztiits .lorry Koch zmcl Gcorqc' llgtllitvi' pro- svntvcl this yc'ztr's ttht' Sthl section Chztmpionship trophy to l"t'. Dztvicl. Altvi' gills were givcn to thc Coztchvs. at lloor show conclticlvcl thc nitc"s pt'ogt'ztm. EX-CARMEL MENTORS, .lohtttty .llll'4lIlll QN.l,l.l, :tml lfllw, Slit-szkowski lNl:tt'qttvllvl ptutist- f1Ill'lll4'l.S l':tr:tv:ttt. W X ,M "Y5?r' , A5573 1 gl ' PRESENTATION OF AWARDS: Top left: Blish-1' NI. left: Ifmlv ilnvin 1'1-vc-iv:-s Nlosi lmpruva-fl lim-k Xwxml frunn Nlr I4:u':u'il1i lI'l'4-simlm-111 ul' tlu- I'x2lIll1'I'S' I'l11lv5 pn-sm-Ixls ilu- Host fwllllllillglhllll fxlllllllli .Xs511. l'l'4-sith-lut3. Bot. right: .lose-pl: .lum-s XIIIIIIIIIUII' I"4m1lr:all tmplxy In "Hu" Xlulmlvy. Top right: Klistm-1' I'1'K'1'IV4'S thx- :1w:1l'1l ful' the- Most Ilnpmvm-ml I.Illl'Ill1lIl ul' ilu' YI':lI' S:u':wini g3givm's.lul1li Nluvkilu'.Ul1lr'lir'S4-Imlznstis'.Xw:l1'cl. Bottom fmm Alllllllli ,Xssm-iutiuu l,I'l'5I4ll'll1, Histvl'Ray.l,f'llI1IliI1g5h:llll. THIS YEAR'S FOOTBALL PLAYERS READY THEMSELVES FOR THE BIG CHICKEN DINNER AT THEIR BANQUET 10 pl'nX'i1l1-:I lm-x Ili: C':1silm vulwistml ul' ilu-1l:1l1m-1' I4-:um nl llvllvl' N II4-lvm-. ll :I Im-tix vm-:lllft 9 MOUM STUDENT CARMEL S ARRAN COM GEMEN1-S Aounms MITTEE and O!-PI uourrr cnum. Qssfden, H CERS . CEP e ' proun! Y-?ecrercfr1j?Sm"-Q-.. .,.,...., Chou recsurer 4... , .-,. - .Bemis Saito gdgougtkgi - ................. Den Coiif: Ln tile Commrgg Bill OW , A .511 fn, B,g3gg:m. ,, un M . at ihfx' I CGIH Hou!!! Carmel Sh-tdfut can.: yrfzizlggillcglfjqru D?d Kollge TinikBTen!e1do To Ulfer X m Blqk. Music by Georg' Fawn! fffeslgigl huird w Q and his orc 1 g Dick Mafia-hold Frida! 9"n n 'Huh NmR:i1u11b1:.f1:Sul:::illY""" SOME COMMITTEEMEN lwiIl1 111111111-1's5: Left to Right: B1-1'11:11'1l NI. Rum-I11-, l"1':111k :xllgllSf lluilo, l'I1i11':11'1l .lc-1' 1111- Xlllw R11 -ri I rlwlltllll' ' I- ' ' ' ' 11 A az 111 . . .15 e.ljlllUll4l R. I1:1pp, lu1lw:11'1l J. A:1l11'11c-kl, J:11111-s 'l'. l3l:1zi11:1, Illlll I-1st l111l 1101 lwwt, William I - -l DIII . . .Xssrl If IEQQV' 'N' 9551 S sw, x ' S 2514 f 1 mx 9 X mfr 35 5 fig? N,- N A , K ' " 'P I 6""K"'Y" V - ,f W, ' . ' 5? Q ' f Q 4' Q -A ri-ff' f 'H "N 'W eil D 1 L? 31 L V 1 I V' Misyik i ik, kriki' M ,,.. -K . K 1 i X K W A P 1 A -':- , Q 'we' c if sk Fvsf ' 'ir , -fi 'W . qs W , I -75. Q K Y f 1 Mm l L , l Q is -Qagggs ii ' S mfwg gg, , si- Q X ,,,.,, R Q 3 W x f ,, 1'7- g,.. f-, '15-, ., 0. V1 Q wk ' xwff- if al Q " w , ff- A, k 5 'ff ff: Y If H 559 ':. , - M 4 3 J is x , MA 5-any :A LI . -n L. in Il - , f 1 dbx' J 3 at Q ai ii- I ig Y J 1? 3? I :fl I I X . X Sm -mm , rm JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEEMEN with flnlvs nrs- lst row fl. to Ll: IM J. Mans, lmr- fl. Nlnsmirvllo, Iiclwaml J. Z:1ln'm-ki, ixiivililfli li. 4l'f7fnnim'. 2nd row: Anilmny V. Rfwiii, Plllli C:n'i'im', Ilnvirl I". Sc-V1-ning, Pntric-k J. Mnlcnwy, William J. NlvNI:1l1un, U1-rzilll I.. Clntz. 3rd row: Niif'ilill'i J. l":1Il:lw, flvinlri J. Sink, Lluycl I.. l.nh:nmwski, Rnlwrt A. Frisz, Jninvs W. lim-hnv, John Pnnl .-Kh4-nrn. John iXlf'ctIliN', Pnnl S1-vvning. 112 CLASS OFFICERS President ...... .......... ............................ L e rx Olson Vxce-President .......................... Rich McKenzie Secretary ............................................ Miko Fun' Treasurer ...................................... Tom Mitchell COMMITTEE I. Ahern L. Mascarello I. Bechina I. McCabe R. Carina B. McMahon P. Carrier B. Moore M. Fallow M. O'Connor B. Frin I. Olejniczak I. Gatz I. Poynton D. Hartman T. Raciti I. Holme S. Rilo! T. Kolke D. Rooney P. LaVigne D. and P. Sevenlnq L. Lubanowski I. Sink I. Maal T. Szpeck P. Maloney Ed abrocki F. Zal ud JUNIOR PROM SCENES: tTop leftj .Inhn Klvfhlw :tml clutc- i'm-vm-ivv hiel litmm lmn Ilulziligt-1', :ts Hill l':ivt-siv waits his t11t'11C tT0p rightt I.:ll'l'y NlilIlIlUVit'il IIliIl1il't'S his nhltt-'S l'UI'StlgJQl'I lzfld row, leftt t':14-tilty im-iiilwrs :ippt-:ir iii i'llI'l'jII'UllIlll whih' Jliniurs li!lIlf'l'f 12nd row, rightt .lzivk l'il't'IlillIl :mtl t'ri1-ml 1iilllf'l' in tiuiit ut th-trim' l":1mflliAs timt 4lI'4'IltN1I'IlI 13rd row, left! Fr. ,Illl'llIlIl ut Nitu ttt tt in hunt ut 1 Nlllllll itul I xhm 13rd row, right? Ilrim-img Hl'ti21ll'lj' with prtrtiivrs :uw .lim Huy It Nlvl H4-iinriz-lis, :mtl Klxtrty .Xlistgt-ng tB0tt0m lefttl'i'tm1 li HUIII'-Y l'xI'l'IlIlIllll'Z 1-iijuys :1 srihr thim-it with his f2lll'l'llI tB0tt0m Ce t visits flll7llxS whivh : '- : ' ' " ': : ' sq." ntert Umiinl NI11I'f'll'llIlS with Nlilanmvir-h, xlf'Kl'llZit',17lS1il Fvriirtmh-z iiiI'rui1t:tB0t. r.7 Fr. .lurrluli hvlps l'Ul'lllfiI'Jlll1l Nhm h 113 xx ,r N ' ' 1, SENIOR PROM COMMITTEEMEN with tlIIll'H :uw-: First row rl. to r.J: l"l':mIQll:1ltfi,l'I1l,Hlsin1,lPvi11n,x'l'ull'1-y, livin Smith, llQ'I'Illl' llswlu-. 2nd row: l':nlrir-li U'Il:1Ax'. 121-rnlfl llllllN'1'llS, .lim Xll-Hill, .luv I'!ll'llI'-Y, 3rd TOWZ Xlllil' liimg. 'l'4-fl SZI'lllllllIl, 'llim .l, SlllllX'Illl, llll lx ltllllllll,.lII1l llll lx lXI41l1.4I'h row: lim' 'l'1':ugm, lim-:alll Zum-Ii. Wm. J. .Xss4-llimwi, Tum liivlmu. I,l+-m-Ilvn liirmsr-lu-irl.liuli'l'lm1n:1s,llzllpli l"l4-ns, Not Shown: liiirla-r, llllll.1'l', ll:-mlm-1's4m. llel SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Ierry Koch .,,,. , ,, George Hallner Frank Maloney .,..., Dick Holly ...,....,....,.,,,......,..,.,.,........... ,...,,,.,Presideni ..Vice-President DANCE COMMITTEE Ed Olson Frank Gallo Dennis Colley Bernie Roche Ken Smith Bill Asselborn Bruce Barker Ray Trapp Dick Tenlelde lim McGill Mike King Bob Thomas Tom Sullivan Ralph Flens Ted Szromba Pat O'Day Ice Cachey Lew Girmschcid Dick Meecs Tim Bullet Tom Kielma Ierry Zurek Ierry Bauwens Brian Henderson MODERATOR Fr. Niles Gillen .....,......,..Secrelary Treasurer ll Top PROM SCENES: Top left: lim-muy ll. lll'ZXWlIlSlil zu-4-1-pts tomleft:"lint:-ll"l1m'flm1's1l:111-pinsfmlu-rwn's:1gm-.:1s"li11tvl1" lnml lrulll l"l'. Nilvs. :us l':1I l"l'1'l'lll:lll :xml lllri 1l:lIc- luulq :li Flllll- luulis un. Bottom rt.: S11 vluss uflif-1-rs liH1'll. Nlillllllvf. llultl- right:lSulu1i:1vin:unll1is1l:m-:uln1ira-"sl1:u'p"lvi4l. Bot- llt'I', llully I1-:ul4'm114I AlIll'l'll Ill imnlnl lS:nlll'ml11nl 5lIllI'1'lIlllll. UNDER THE CHANDELIER wv liml lllf'll:lIjll llunuinfki. .lov H'Xf1ill .Il 4l:1tA4-S Ill'0'EllllllX Wllllllllgl to lnwwf-lmly lllllSll'. YOUNG SOPHISTICATES SHED DIGNITY TO ROCK ONE SI'iIUI'!I'iili,Jf it'l'liiil'2lii' by l'v2lIlll'l' lluviti. 0 MR. A. A. IMBERMAN, OF JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, DELIVERS THE MAIN SPEECH AT HONORS DAY. FR. DAVID GIVES jR. ENGLISH MEDAL TO T. BOYLE. Honors Day Scholarship 8. Medal Winners Are Hailed on Honors Day by Friends "Ex'c'ry rnzin who Czin hc 21 lii'st-mtv soinvthing zls t'x'cry rnan can hc who is at inzin nt :ill has no right to hc' zi fi1'th-mtv soincthing: for ll iiitli-rntv soinclhing' is no hcttvi' than il first-rntv nothing." 'lihns with thosv words oli inspiration thc svcond nn- nnzll Honors Day of Mount Cfnrinvl High School ht'- gnn. Scholarship Awzircls. Scholnstiv Proficiency A- wnrcls. :incl Citations for Scicncv. Spccch X Dchzitt' wort' zinnouncccl to stntlcnts und guvsts. A Check for tht' P1'opnQ'ntio11 ol' tht' lfnith was pi't'st'r1tt'fl to Rt. Rm: Msgr. .Iznnvs M. l,nwlt'r hy two student rop- 1'csc11tntix't's. Mr. A. A. IIIlI7l'I'lIl2IIl, St'c'rt'tzii'y-'l'1'm1s- 1n't'1' of thc .Iohns Hopkins L7nix't'rsity Altnnni Assoc.. was tht' CIIliIICIIl gucst, who gnu' tht' Honors Dilf' Aclclrvss vonccrning thc' iinportnnct' ot' good Chzn'z1Ctt'r. BRIAN HENDERSON is iil'i'Sl'Ili1'fi :i H6 I SPEECH AND DEBATE TROPHIES mm in '57-'5S1lispl:ly4-11 :ll llmumrs lily. xlillitll, vullc-c'lm'S ill Imp svrliml I-li MISS GERALDINE, OUR RETIRING LIBRARIAN, GETS A HEARTY ROUND OF APPLAUSE FROM ASSEMBLAGE 117 MISSION CHECK lm' YJSQHNI givvn in Xlsgr, -IIIIIIUS l,:m'ls-1' lay U'l4l'i1-I1 nk 4 aqu- AN. ,,., 1? . 4- . gr' r A 41' n. 01 if ,xl '14 x oanux"1oc f , ,, I I v 'N A I ,mv we i yn I . ,. mm , f Q Q M' .....fg 7' K W M . , , -0- f ,gg 'W . f ' ' .1 , . . .,' if 5' "H 2 1 K "' i ' F ,gt M . ,. KX, i i v a qv .v g M WL . .Q il i F 6' Ikb, lr Q f ' o 9 2 K+ - ' ,Mu V., Q V . V, H , V" 18 ,V ,um V' ,I J ,A . r: ffl, ' 7' ' Q 1 5 we Zn W, V3.1 Q A hm W, '5a. 'iii5e5 - A ' , ,ww A "-'Nk?if'5'f L kb wwf K A M ? ri ng? "" f'lf'?hf 3 1 -av A Q A xi N Q , ' ' Q, 'IW 1 Q' 1 ii 4 T ww wp-I I Q fi XY! 1 f, .a 3 4 QA, .K .iii f N .Q ww iff' S? 15 Rv an 4 L Q Sf 'j Q 5 Q J 5 ESEX MQ WEN M-Qt? vb mf Q, Q .Uv NJA J 'Q "li . ,S 5'wP., .'-.S ' if-A x i..f I7 Qigsff E' kg X ' MX nf " i i -in X K ' af W " ' L Q2gFlf3g5?i2 'xv mf xx cr I Q H1 X X x 5 x' ji N MNH Carmel Memoirs September 2 - October 31 The First Quarter Witnesses Six Changes in Facultyg Father Finan The '58 School Year Begins . . . Carmel Loses Six Faculty Members: Frs. De Sales, Harold, Emeric, and Lukeg and Mr. Mullaney and Mr. Malcak . . . They Are Replaced by Frs. Niles and jeremy and Messrs. McNamara, Butler, Ferguson. ik Noble . . . Father Morgan Takes Over for Father De Sales as Athletic Director . . . Mister McNamara Becomes Assistant Track Coach . . . Fr. Niles Takes Over as Moderator of The Student mittee . . . Mr. Ferguson Aids Coach Lamkin With Arrangements Com- the Heavies and Lights and also Coaches the Flys Sc Bantams . . . Mister Noble Becomes the New Physical Education Instructor Replacing Our Beloved Mike Murphy in the Gym . . . Carmelites Get New Prior as Fr. Finan is Elected to Replace Fr. Leander . . .Jug is Ruled by a New hlron Hand," WVhen Fr. Finan is Succeeded by Father Austin . . . Caravan Gridders Lose First Practice Game to St. George, 13-7 . . . -lim Wfillows' Band Plays For the First Date Social of the Year . . . Religion Prefect, Fr. Fidelis, Starts Knights of Our Lady of Carmel for Sophs . . . ln the Second Pre-Season Football Game Caravan Loses in Ky. to Flaget High School . . . CARMEL-LITE Comes Out W'ith 3 Editors and Once Every Three VVeeks . . . Library Record Club Formed . . . National Honor Society Meets, Elects Officers: President, .Ioe Kruszynskig Vice-President, Bill Brennang Treasurer, Tim Bulferg Secretary, Ed Olson . . . Apptitude Tests for Junior K Senior Are Begun by Father Niles . . . Carmelis Football Team YVins First League Game with DeLaSalle by Overwhelming Score of 38-6 . . . Band Makes Sam Mirabella, Pres.: Pete Rabideau, Y. Presidentg Jack Pauls, Secretary: and Tom Michalak, Treasurer. . . . Bowling Team Starts League season . . . First Social Held with 'Iohnny Gilbert K His Band Pro- CAPTIONS ffor panel at rightl PEP RALLY PHOTOS disclose CD Nelson and Bill Newtong fill liinkowski and Newton at Pep Rally: C33 Freshmen leading cheers at the pc i rally. C-lj Carmel players on shoulders of fans after game at ltlekersall. f5J Part of crowd with majorettes at Roekne Stadium towards end of First Half Intermission in the first, St.. Mel game. Q6-Eli A variety of views of the t'Mud Bowl" talias the ill-fated Leo gaine.D C101 The side-lines are captured on film by the Root. Studios cameraman at Eekersall Stadium, Sllrd and Yates. tll-143 Cheerleaders are pictured in action at various stadia during the football season: U25 in the first. St. Mel game at Roekne Stadiumg U33 at Lane Tech in the playoff game against St. Melg fl-D on St. Rita's Field. C151 120 Becomes Priorg Carmel Wins Sth Straight Sectional Football Title viding Fine Music . . . The CARAYAN Comes From Behind 27-7 to Defeat Mendel Miraculously 28-27 . . . All Carmel Students Begin Their Retreats . . . CARMEL XfVins First Speech Trophy . . . Football Team Smears St. Mel 32-12 . . . Fifty Seniors Take Scholarship Qualifying Tests for Merit Scholar- ships . . . SAC Prepares for the Homecoming Dance . . . St. Elizabeth Falls to Carmel 46-6 . . . The Debate Team Places Third in Its First Tournament . . . The Eucharistic League is Formed . . . Ponies Lose 2 Very Close Games . . . Caravan Takes Fifth Straight Victory, Defeating Rita 26-13 . . . Seniors Try For NROTC Scholarships . . . Bill Mitchell Succeeds Tom Barry As Carmel's Swimming Coach . . . Radio Club Holds Classes . . . Band Gets New Uniforms . . . CARMEL Loses First Game--to Leo In Real Heartbreaker 7-6 but Ties for Record- breaking Eighth Straight South Section Championship. . . . A Big Post-Game Social is Held Sunday Night After the Leo Game for a Subdued Crowd . . . The Plans for The Mt. Carmel Football Banquet Are Discussed by The Fathers Club . . . Thomas Blake Is Picked As King and the Football Team Receives the Honor it is Due at the Tremendously Successful Homecoming Dance Presented by Carmel's Student Arrangements Committee . . . The Football Team Rolls on Over Saint Mel 39-19 in the First Round Game of the Catholic Lg. Championship Play-Offs . . . The Queens of Mt. Carmel Bingo Held in the Student Center . . . The First Quarter Tests Are Sweated Out By All Carmel Men . . . Tickets To The Annual Football Banquet Are Placed On Sale . . . As the First Quarter of this School Year Fades Into the Past, Carmel Spirit is Characteristically High Wfith Every One Looking to Next Game VVith The Mendel Monarchs Beaten Before by Carmel. The cheerleaders join with the majorettes on the side-lines at ltlckersall Stadium. C16-2-ll Band and majorettes entertain football fans at, half-time intermission: C16-181 at Eck- ersall Stadiumg t20-2D at. Rockne Stadiumg C225 on St. Rita's Field: C23-245 at. Lane Tech Stadium. C25-281 Home- coming Dance scenes: C251 jerseyed Freshman waiting on tablet Frank Gatto and his partner admiring rnannequin outfitted in a football uniform in the vestibule of the Student Center: C275 Joseph Stadelmann receiving a bid from committeeman Frank Gatt.o's dateg C285 Sophomore Donal Jones seemingly asleep on his partner's shoulder. t2lD Square Dancing at the Parents' Barn Dance. C30-33D Table scenes at the Parents' Barn Dance. 1 M M- 5,-.f,, A V .uw . . W M .. 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A , A -mx In ,,.. x Carmel Memoirs November 4 Assistant Dean From MIT Visits Carmel in Second Quarterg College As Second Quarter Begins, Caravan Prepares For Semifinal Game of Catholic League Play- Offs with Mendel . . . The Swimming Team Elects New Co-Captains, "Hutch" Nelson LQ Bob Dart and Begin IVork Under Their New Coach. Bill Mitchell . . . Debate Team lVins 3rd Place in First Tourna- ment: Henderson IVins Medal . . . The Football Season Ends W'ith Loss to Tough Mendel . . . Bas- ketball Team W'orks Out . . . Science Fair Program Under Wlay . . . Dick Meece lVins Second Place in the City Voice of Democracy Speech Contest and Enters State Finals . . . SAC Schedules 3 More Socials for December . . . Dads' Club Meet Held . . . Frosh-Soph Debate Team Wins . . . Football Banquet Planned . . . Students Take Time Out for Thanksgiving Holidays . . . Heavies, Bantams, K Flys Win The First Practice Games VVith Gordon Tech . . . The Assistant Dean of Admissions from MIT Interviews the National Honor Society . . . Speech Team Captures First Place in Christian Brothers' Tournament . . . Cagers YVin Second Game of Practice Season from Ignatius. the Lights 53-51 and the Heavies 64-52 . . . Carmel and Aquinas Begin l'N'ork on Holiday Dance . . . College Night Brings Representatives of Colleges to Talk With Carmel Seniors . . . Heavies ti Lights Lose First Practice Game to St. Ignatius . . . IVrestling Team Elects Galvin 8: Gaeta Co-Captains . . . Debaters Win 2nd in Midwest . . . Heavies Win Third, 57- 45 from Fenwick . . . Dykowski, Dsida, and Harper Place One, Two, Three in Junior-Senior Speech Contest . . . Swimming Team W'ins First Meet Vs. University High . . . Heavies IVin Four in a Row: Lights Take Three out of Four in One Week . . . Bantams and Flys Win . . . Carmel Keg- CAPTIONS tfor panel at rightl PLAYOFF GAME against St. Mel at Lane Teeh Stadium is pietured Cl-35. In l-ll Fr. llavid tk .l. .lordan talk at Football Banquet as Fr. Raphael and Tom Carey look on. Q55 .lohn Jor- dan as NLC. tti-Tl .lohn Jordan introduees Fr. Raphael: and Fr. llavid. 185 lioelr presents football to Bro. John. till Mc-Kenzie reeeives eertilit-ate for montrgratnined sweater from Mr, Carey. tltlb Nlr. Print-ipe, Nlr. Maloney, John Jordan, Tom Carey, Ma- loney, l"r. Morgan, lid Mieszkowski, Van Snyder after banquet. till Xlalito presents eheek to Bishop Lamont. tlllj Fr. David addresses students. tliil llishop tells experienees. tl-lj Fr. Ne- vin preaehes Senior retreat. H51 Moran and Saraeini eonsitler Nlarquette l'. C163 Fr. Malloy of Loyola l'. HTH Fr. Shea of 122 - January 24 Night Huge Success: Cagers Take 3rd in DePaul Univ. Tournament lers in 3rd Place in Catholic League . . . Speakers Take First Place in lkiidwest Tournament . . . I-Ieavies Lose Two Tough Games by 2 Points in De La Salle Round Robing the Lights IVin One, Lose One . . . Grapplers Tie Schurz in First Match . . . Flys and Bantams Win 2 Games Each . . . Sophomores Take the Differential Aptitude Tests . . . Christmas Vacation Begins . . . Holiday Dance, HSilhouettes in the Snow" is Huge Success W'ith George Fanelliis Band Providing Fine lNIusic . . . Caravan Rolls on to Take 3rd Place Trophy in the De Paul Basketball Tournament, Wlinning The Last Game XVith Leo 44-43 . . . Debaters First in Midwest . . . Christmas Collection Good as Ever . . . Faculty Challenges the Seniors to Basketball Game for the Father-Son Night . . . Wrestlers Win Their Second Match, against Calumet, 25-18. . . . . Lights, Flys, Bantams YVin, Heavies Lose to De La Salle in First Catholic League Games . . . Carmel's Debaters Go 'to Marquette University Zi Tie for First Place . . . Caravan Mat Men Take Chicago Vocational for Their 2nd Straight Win 24- 22, Coming from 15 Points Behind . . . Heavies Lose Heartbreaker to Mendel in Overtime, 61-58, NVhilc Lights Pull Out Great Victory in Over- Time 69-64 . . . Sophomores Have Speech Con- test . . . joe Gallagher 8: His "Stardusters" Play For Another lVonderful Carmel Social . . . Heavies Beat St. Mel in Last Seventeen Seconds 54-53g the Lights Win Their Third Game in a Row 48- 43 . . . The Bantams Run Amazing, All-Y'Vinning Record to 12-0 Vs. Mendel and Mel: the Flys NVin 2 Games also, Giving Them a Fine 9-3 Record . . . Semester Ends with Announcement of New Marking System to be Used for Grades. St. Joe's with Metlill and Trapp. U85 Grzywinski and parents with MIT agent. C191 Luebke with Sgt, Treeter of the USA Iteeruiting Serviee. C205 Bro. John at pep rally, 1215 LZ "stu- dents" on landing in St. Cyril's. C22-275 l'arent-Teaehers Xmas Party: U27 Fr. Gabriel stops to ehatg C233 Fr. Pierre with a dad: l24-265 table seenes: C275 Band. t28l Gordon reeeives 3rd plaee trophy at Ile Paul. C291 Lamkin reeeives eongratula- tions. C30-3-43 Alumni Xmas Ilanee: 1305 '54 grad entersg tiill Fr. Myles with gradsg L32-345 Dani-ing seenes. i353 Ma- lito helps date with eoat near eloak room at the Holiday llanee. C565 Bantaniweight Cronwall grabs for ball in the game in whieh Carmel played the Mendel Catholie Monarehs in our gymnasium. 1 E - -8 :NH GBA f A as Carmel Memoirs January 27 Third Quarter Sees Bantams Win 14 Straight: Carmel Team Wins The Second Half of the 57-58 School Year Begins 1Vith Carmel Acquiring 2 New Faculty Members, Messrs. Turner and Townsend . . . Junior Bowling Team Wins Second Match in Row. Beating Brother Rice 6-2 . . . Heavies Score Big Upset of Saint Elizabeth 55-42, but the Lights Lose 43-37 in Close Game . . . Carmel's Tankers 1N'in Impressively Over Big Gordon Tech Squad 43-25 . . . Carmel is Visited by Bishop Lamont from a South .African Diocese and the Students Present Him with a Gift of 3500 for the Missions . . . At the Father and Son Night the Faculty, Greatly Aided by Referees, Defeat the Senior Team in Their Basketball Game 33-25 . . . Senior Keglers NVin the Bowling Pro- prietors Tournament . . . Heavies and Lights Defeat St. Rita 73-62 and 55-51 Respectively . . . The Bantams Run Their Record to a Phenomenal 14-O with 1Vins over St. Elizabeth by 21 Points and St. Rita 58-41: The Flys Also VVin Two 63-27 and 53-41, Running Their Record to 11-3 . . . Seven Carmel Seniors Star in Aquinas' Senior Play, "Our Hearts 1Vere Young and Gay", Wfhich is Big Success . . . Carmel's Annual Science Fair is Attended by Faculty, Parents and Visitors: Winners were Caraba in Physics, Meakim in G. Science, Skertich in Biology and L. Kapugi in Chemistry . . . Sophomores Debaters Bring a First Place Trophy Back from St. Ignatius Tournament . . . Lights and Heavies End First Half of the Season With Tough Losses to Leo . . . Soph- omorcs Have a Stag Night . . . An Announcement is Made That the Juniors Will Take the National Merit Scholarship Tests In Spring . . . junior Keglers Move into Second Place in Catholic League. . . Cagers lose to De La Salle and St. Elizabeth . . . Band Takes Five First Place Medals in De La Salle Ensemble Contest, with the Saxes and also Drums CAPTIONS ffor panel at rightj BASKETBALL SEASON finds C11 the team in a huddle with coaches. C21 Carmel bench at Mel game. til-45 Coach Ferguson at practicesession. t5j Band Concert at Aquinas with majorettes. Q61 Mr. Fabish frowns at his band members. Q71 Messrs. Townsend tk Turner with Fr. Jeremy "shoot the breeze" at stag nite. C81 N11-ece debating in library. tl!! VVrestlers try to pin Nlr. Carey. H01 Faculty-Senior Basketball Game shows Rush with ball as Mr. Jacoby looks apprehensive. tllb Fr. Niles and Mr. Far- rell try to steal ball from linowski. tllll Fr. Bertram with ball. C131 Muszynski swimming with hands tied at Father-Son Night. H41 Casey and Schnotala clowning off diving board H51 McMahon, Murphy, Thompson, X Casey swimming with jackets on. C161 Fr. David distributes Communion at Father-Son Com- 124 - March 31 International Speech Festival ln Canada: Faculty Beats Sr. Cagers Doing Wfell . . . Flys Wfin and Bantams lose to De La Salle . . . Henderson, Meece, Boyle, and Galvin go to Toronto for an International Speech Festival and Come Back With Three Individual Trophies and Huge First Place Team Trophy . . . SCOOP Puts out Special 2 Page Issue Telling Carmells Rout of Mendel in Four Basketball Games and in Bowling . . . Senior Cagers Beat Mendel 64-57. the Lights 1Vin too 52-47 Coming from Ten Points Behind . . . Senior Bowlers 1'Vhip Mendel 6-2 K the Juniors Tie 4-4 . . . Flys 8: Bantams Beat the Monarchs 47-41 and 45-42 Respectively . . . Brother John Iniures Hand in Car Door: Students Offer Prayers For His Recovery . . . Mass Identification Cards Given Out to Replace Old Mass Tickets . . . juniors Undertake Scholarship Classes with Father Rudolph . . . -Ioe Kruszynski Represents Carmel in Thomas Aquinas Symposium and Enters Finals . . . Tankers Swamp Leo by Twenty-six Points . . . Wrestling Team Ends Season With Wins Over Notre Dame's Se-cond String Varsity and Kelly 23-15 . . . Heavies Lose To Rita But Lights Wfin 60-51 . . . Keglers Beat Mendel Again 5-3 . . . junior Swimmers Par- ticipate in City Meet . . . Carmel Wins Third Place Trophy at CCFL Tournament . . . Heavies Lose to Leo and Lights win, Ending the Season . . . Keglers Finish Season VVith a Win Against De La Salle . . . Father-Son Night a Big Success . . . Tankers 5th in City Meet . . . Senior Members of the Third Order Professed . . . Sophomores XVin First Place Tro- phy in St. George Tournament . . . The Lights Wind up Fine Season by Losing a Very Close Game in the First Playoff Round to Holy Trinity . . . Seniors Form New Club at Carmel, the Executive Club . . . Tankers Second in South Sec. Meet . . . The Third Quarter Exams End the Third Quarter, Obviously. munion. C171 Fr. Fidelis leads prayer during the Mass. tl8-191 Scenes from Father-Son Breakfast. C20-211 Third Order Pro- fession: Olson makes profession as Sampson signs on altar: and Kruszynski makes profession. C22-321 Intramural Wrestling Finals: C221 Farrell behind opponent: U31 Mt-Kenzie stands be- hind Poynton: t2-11 Carey on the bottom: C251 Bilton tries to throw opponent: 12133 Minnick above opponent as referee Fattore checks shoulders: U75 Cooley about to pin Iidwards as referee decides: C281 McFarland on top: '29-321 Ivan the Terrible tSimari1 takes care of Masked Marvel CMcMahon1. C33-341 Lavery is safe, as Harkcnrider tags runner. Q35-361 Brosnan, Hen- derson, Brejcha receive medals. t37-381 Jerry Caraba receives plaque: Brendan Fogarty discusses his radio exhibit with judge. 'QM 'IEW V? .1,,,o-.---- -1: ,,.,'r . xg! 4' ' IY4 Carmel Memoirs April 1 Carmel Mourns the Death of Fr. Maurice in the Third Quarter, Old Debate Team wins the Chicago Catholic Champion- ship Debate Tournament and Qualities for thc Na- tional Speech Contest . . . Golf Team Bcgins to Play . . . Students Take Week off for Easter Va- cation . . . Post-Lenten Social Held After Vacation XVith Carmel's Dance Band Playing . . . Baseball Team Beats So. Shore . . . Carmel Scientists Com- pete at De Paul Univ. in Annual Catholic Sci- ence Fair . . . Diamond Men Lose a Real Close One, Their Second Practice Game, to St. Phillip 6-4 . . . Wrestlers Have a Stag Night . . . Mothers' Club Bingo held at Student Center . . . Baseball Team XVin Their Third Pre-season Game against CVS 8-3 . . . The Big Night for .Iuniors Arrives: the jun- ior Prom, "Starlight Serenade," is a Huge Success . . . Henderson W'ins a First Place in the Chicago American Speech Contest . . . Three Scientists from Carmel go to IIT Science Fair . . . Father hiaur- ice of the Carmelite Order Dies. He taught Here At Carmel for Some Years, Lately Had Been Head of the Alumni Association. The VVhole School Mourns Death . . . Band Holds their Annual Spring Concert . . . Varsity Baseball Team NVins Another Practice game, This One from Fenwick 7-2 . . . The Frosh- Soph Baseball Team Loses a Real Tough One to St. Rita 3-2 . . . Track Team YVins 2 meets with Rita and Mendel . . . One Hundred-twelve juniors take the National Merit Scholarship Exams . . . Carmel Sends Several Men to Compete in Illinois ,lun- ior Academy State Science Fair . . . Medal Exams Given for All Four Years . . . The hlothers' Day Mass is Held in the Gym and Breakfast is Served Afterwards . . . Diamond-men Play the First Game of Newly-Formed Catholic Baseball League and W'in in Pitchers' Nightmare 16-12 . . . Frosh-Soph Baseballers Beat DLS 7-1, Lose to Chicago Voca- CAPTIONS ffor panel at rightj JUNIOR PROM views find tli B1-china, Maloney and partners studying Prom poster: 121 Raeiti giving Rooney hid: C51 Cook 'n date being photographed by Thomas. l'-1-81 At Mary Symposium: Fr. David t-11 addresses gathering: gives trophies to t5D Joseph Kruszynskig C63 Edward tllsong 473 Kenneth Smith: C85 Brian Henderson. til-123 Spring Band Concert in Student Center at.- tracts an appreciative audience 1103 promotes inajorettcs H015 brings Fr. Giles out to thank the crowd HD: and features solos by such artists as Michalak tl2J, as Mr. Fabish conducts. C131 Co-Captains Sherlock and Poynton lead ealisthenics drill during Spring Football Practice. In the Old Timers' Game C14-161 we see Collins with the ball, as Gavin blocks tl-11, Poynton catch- ing a pass G53 and tltil Mr-Kenzie chasing Gavin. At the Alumni 126 June 1 Timers Win, 31-153 Our Diamond Men Beat DLS 16-12 in Opener tional 6-1, and Lose to St. Phillip 14-9 . . . Last Day to Buy Senior Prom Bids Arrives . . . Old Ti- mers, As Usual, Defeat Next Year's Varsity Grid Team 31-15 but Prospects Appear to be Good . . . Golf Team Wfins over Leo Li St. Ignatius but junior Team Drops Both Matches . . . Track Team Does NVell Again as It Beats St. Rita Sec- ond Time . . . junior Staff Takes Over Editing of the Students' 1Veekly 8: Monthly Papers, SCOOP and the Carmel-lite . . . Varsity Baseball Team Deteats St. Rita 3-2 in a Close Game for The Second League Victory . . . Golfers Lose Both Sen- ior and Jr. Meets to Tough St. Ignatius Squad . . . Frosh-Soph Baseball Team Beats De La Salle . . . the Night of Nights for the Seniors Arrives, as the Prom 'GPrelude to an Ending" is Held at Shoreland Hotel . . . Senior Scholarship VVinners Mount as a New Record for Number of Scholarships Seems in Making . . . Frosh-Soph Diamond Men Play Three More Games. W'inning Two . . . Varsity Loses to Mendel and DLS . . . Speech Team Does WVell in National Tournament . . . Senior Exams Taken . . . Seniors Have Their Day of Recollection Followed by Graduation Practice . . . The Scholastic Achieve- ment of Students is Acclaimed on Honors Day as a Record Forty Scholarships, Won by Seniors, was Announced . . . Monsignor Lawler is Presented With a 33300 Check for the Propagation of the Faith, an Equal Sum Goes to the Carmelite Missions . . . Final Exams are Sweated Out by Underclassmen and by the juniors . . . Baccalaureate Mass for thc Seniors is Offered by Father David . . . The Com- mencement Address is Delivered by Reverend Howard Rafferty, O. Caring Following These 1Vords of XVisdom, Fr. David Presents Graduating Seniors W'ith Their Diplomas . . . It's the End of the Year. Banquet 417-211 at the South Shore Country Club, we find Fr. David C171 addressing the banqueteersg Fr. Edbert, Alumni Di- rector, presenting an Honorary Alumnus Certificate to Mr. Carey tl8l, Mr. Fabish Cllli, Mr. Gawne t20l, and in t21D get some idea ol' the attendance. The Annual Moths-r's Day Observance in the gym brought a record mnnber of moms 1221 who listened attentively to Fr. August, the preacher of the day. The Senior Prom Q2-1-265 witnessed Binkowski, Wysocki and their dates K2-11 arriving at the front door, graceful dancing by Bob Thomas tk Segert t25H, ami the Grand March 1261 in process of formation. Honors Day t28-321 gladdened Thomas C281 and Flens C2913 had as speakers Fr. David 6301, and Fr, Pierre '3ll, and as 31.0, Kruszynski C321 Q33-381 Graduation Day Scenes. F 1 :mu iv 6 aiu na P A? if wr , -Y af Wi EEL Pegg . -35-1 I ,,L. , lg" - Q 5 'f, :fi if E 2 If A .X .fx ,119 f , :X A Q . -'S I : A' I'- X X' if ' 3 Ll f hifi' na' Cb ASD' C71- raw ilIlCl'. 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