Mount St Joseph High School - Mount Tower Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

 - Class of 1942

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Committee men group themselves alxout Burl leager s car: Bill Furst, still witliout tliat longecl- for gavel, Bob lwurto, llasllingg one of tliose prize winning gestures, C Ki' reorge me, squinting profes- sionally at time Cameras angle, Don lxlolller, sitting it out alter tlie iaunt from Catonsville. ancl Frank . o ian, enjoying it all. Congressmen-at'large pose I-or posterity: Reel-llairecl Joe Niersinger, lmusiness- man Franlc Duggan, soecerman Bill l.inz, elmanee- t k Y' 100 winner Vvalt Furlong ancl lmlacli-out party- OO man ,toe l.uclwig', in sliglitly more serious vein we give you pliotograpller Jim O'Hara, lmoelcey manager .terry Niillman, all-arounfl expert Aloe Boettinger. connoisseur King Pound. ancl Ricllarcl- clear XVIlemingtonfisalrnert. Nlany siclecl virtuosos are all of tliese on time executive committee repre- senting time variecl interests of tlie stuclent lmocly. Hill Ratlu-ll cranes luis neelc to peer, with Tower co-eclitors Paul Stululms ancl Ray Donaldson, over a quaint ancl curious volume. .lerry Rolcos clisf flains tlle eruclite anfl loolcs lmeyoncl into tlle realm ol lligll-powerecl lmlue lluiclcs ancl lmallroom lloors. It was not tllis coat tllat earnecl Henry Tollcer tlle title ol lmest clressecl senior. At tlne loot ol tlle llront steps tlle international representatives ol' tlxe senior croininittee are Lfillll- ere-cl. Frank Xifliey liolcls tlie attention ol lilllgll- ing Sam l.oiarono, most loyal Tony Franco, terpsi- flltlfeilll .loe Pizza anal actor Ralpln Strappelli. Xvliile St. .loseplu gazes flown upon tlwm, .l. .l. Garvey is lligjlily amuse-rl, Franlc Nlarino is quietly amusecl, ,lolxn Potoflxi is really to lie anluserl, ancl .lim llverelt is tht- cause ol tlxe amusement. rllle strealnlinecl quartet lounging Vogue-lilce lmy tlne sicle ol tllat maroon jolx are lion lfallcf-nstein, xvitll tlle llarvarcl lmurr, .l. F. Garvey, risen lrom luis appenfleftolny, Sam llllelps, ?lqllillJf'EllI, ancl lsranlc lxlK'SlHlIl?, lmon-vivant. The tllirty-lour lnemlxers ol tlle senior Cmnlnittee farry on tlle traclitions ol tlle Committee lorrned by l Q "N-.M .550 l lgl'0llll't' Carl two years ago. TIN-ir responsilmilities are many lmut so are tlleir fapalmilities. Cowlxair- men Bill Furst ancl Dirk Balmert preside over tlle nlonclay evening sessions :luring wliieli ilu- nlountvs ul louse ol Re-presentativesn planm-cl Sllfll artivities as tlle lrootlmll Froliv, Tlle Senior prom, The Tower acl clrive, tlne lootlmall, carml party, and fwntlxolic Review clrives. Vlqllli fommittee, unrler tlre flireftion ol' llrotluer Leroy, was tlle clynanlic force lmellincl most ol tlie lunetions ol tlle scliool ancl display:-cl aclrniralmle executive alyility. JAMES GRIFFIN EVERETT ljrvsirivlll Si. Iflizzuln-illis . . . IDHIQP , . . give upn . . . most popular . . . rr-lmlmle rugs' liorwzarri lor Iour yours , . . cIlllJS, iuyyee mul vursiiy . . . lligli sion-fr . . . Hxvln-rvis I,irmr4ii?u . . . quivl unrl r-urns-QI . , Iill ln' gi-is inlo flu-m rlaiss. ROBERT ELLlO'l"l' NIURTO first Vice Prvsiilent ixiirlcilr-town, I'n ,... Holm . . . mos! likely io siircee-rl . . . Tower managing 4-rl . . . pulrlir speaker cleluxe . . . Llrunmiims . . . romantic Tony Kirlmy . . . yell gr-neml . . . iournalisl . , . Quill ami Srroii . . . 'iUur Ifolmi' . . most loyal . . . ronyvniioneer, DONALD LEE FALKENSTEIN Sevoml Vive-Prvsizlelll Sl, ,Ioseplfs Bionzisicry . . . Don . . . senior com- millve moulin-r . . , varsity qunrierlwnclc in senior year . , . Ninryrlf-ll lllllll'il . . . social ecliior on ilie year- lvooli . . . Llli6'Si . , . jnyvee ire Iiocliey illree years. HENRY MAURICE BOETTINGER fxorrvslmnriiug Smrrefury Sl. .loseplnls Fionash-ry . . . Ixioe . . . mumlmles monllily in ilne Quill as eriiior . . . greal joiner . . . plny pre-xy . , . Imoogie Woogie . . . lmassisi . . . slicie rule slmrli . . . yr-ll mneslro . . . wiliiesi . . . I1oIJlJies galore' , , , fluili ami Srroll . . . ronlinual Imnnier. RICHARD PAUL BALMERT Rvrorrling Secretary Si. Blnrlfs . . . Dicli , . . Quill sporls crliior . . sr-nior ronimilh-'e 1'o-rlmirmnn . . . Catonsville lJ0osiPr- plus . . . Alife in HYou Can't Take It Vvitil Youn . . . eloruiion uml oralory . . . Sf. Vviiiiamvs Social Ululm .... I. ,I. Garvey . . . Quill and Scroll. FRANK NVALLACE INIOHAN rlvrlqlsllfgr Catiwrirai . . . Ifranli . . . iioids money bags for seniors . . . "Anyl1o1iy got a nickel?" . . . dramatic lyigwig . . . prein-rs clriving io eating anal is Ile luungry? . . . tinose wer-lcencis . . . a tree surgeon wlio wollici nlllif-r iw nn 1-ngiln-or XVILI ,IAM DUNTDN FURST Senior CQOIIIIIUIHPP cTII'ClM1iTlllUYl IXISIC Prep . . . XX'iII . . . presicling ollicer . . , wiuo miss:-ri an gm.-I . . , lausinr-ss manager ol Tower . , , lilies wulldng . . . espn-riully wllen looking lor mls .... A splmil Amlm . . . ilie sorinl rlull at Snini Xxliiliilllli. , -v- ALBERT JOHN ANDERSON St. Anneis . . . Easy . . . varsity lnurler lor tllree seasons . . . llatslnv lualiluacli in senior year . . . tlxat trip to Boston . . . snappy dresser . . . St, .loeis gilt to the ilig leagues . . on ilis wav witll .lolln . . . portsirler. RICHARD STANISLAUS ANTCZAK St. Casirniris . . . Arty . . . Sl. .loeis cleterminecl musician . . . played Clarinet lor eigllt years . . . rarlio worlc . , . inanri leader . . . Cul: lraselaall . . . Artie Sllaw lan . . . Cllristmas lllllSlfHlP solo . . . sentimental lypm- . . . arnilitious to get name in ligllts, VVILLIAM PAUL AUER ixlslc Prep . . . Xxiillie . . . Cuim lootlnall . . ardent violinist . . . poetry . . . enjoys an opera . . . fatcixy smile . . . "Every rose ilas its tlxornu . . . llilces IOO miles to lceep iris figure . . . aml lceeps it . . . Garvey ancl fjvllara. CHARLES ALBERT BAKER St. Markis . . . Bosie . . . lirm Catonsville ilooster . . . badminton . . . Culn llaslcetlmall manager . . . Latin fiend lor tllree years . . . gave up tlle gl1ost in lourtii . . . raflio entlvusiast , . . reservefl aronncl tile campus . . . imperturliaalxle. FRANCIS GERARD BALDNNIN Annapolis lligll Srluool . . . Downlwnt . . , tlloso lmirfuls . . . vvunts hx vnlvr ivnvnl lxranlelny . . , great swingster . . . pool anfl iitterimgginq . . . llilfdly PVPI' IlliS5l'i il YYPFLCDCI . . . g0YK'l'l'l0l"S Llilllghlel' . . . wllat a clnnrer . . . no swf-et potatoes. GEORGE JOSEPH BANGERT Sauecl llvart . . . Bang . . . lin: man wllo lcecps tile woocl slnop going . . . put up or sllul up . . . under llle inllueme ul Lamarr . . , sincere . . . every nmnvs lrim-ml . , . stcatly ami mlepemlallie. To tlle flag tlxev pledge allegiance us it uscencls slcywarcl, up lxiglwr even tlwn tlxe tower in tile back- grouncl. King Pound, Gurney, Tom Sporrer, Ray Donulmison mul Paul Stulilis. HXV1' IIYPTP your sizv once: llut tllut was IUUY lloclen, rerllillisce svniors M1141 Boettingvr, lack of all trades, ond Ted Scznpleowslei, Oriole fledgling, us tllcy stop for a worcl ttttlll IFPSIIHIUII fiona Kelly, EDWARD DONALD BANGS Gooml Counsel . . . Big Erl . . . fuzzy wuzzie . . . jilyvvc lloclicy lor two yn-zlrs . . . Gull, lvliclgei ancl jzlyvec lootlmller . . . pl0ilSilIll clisposition . . . HHull?" . . . gm-s lor ear tickling swing tunvs . . . "Have you sf-on tlli- gflngif' RICHARD ALLAN BEAN Un-nt Nlills, ixlzlrylzlml . . . Dirk . . . will follow tlle soil . . . plans to lw larmer . . . vice-presiilent ol Tlli-tal lvlu Delta in SOPIIOHIOTB ye-or . . . R. A. two yvnrs . . . sifllool rllilulleur . . . lust ol tllv ISPZHIS . . . active supports-r ol Nlount activities. ANDREW McKENNA BEAVAN St. Nlill'llIl'S .... A mly . . . Culls, lxliclgets illlil ialyvr-e griililers . . . rlilllllxe-cl witll 0Xt't'llt'IlI Sll0WViIlg als varsity guzlnl . . . still learning to clrive . . . wants al lllrrosssl te-nlll . . . swell gllilfil . . . not llllllill lor tllo silvvr Si'l't't'll. JOHN AN DREVV BEILEIN Star ol tllv Sen .... lolln . . . ni-vor willlout il really grin . . . Quill lvt'illLll't' ezlitor . . . Urliilkli it vasyn . , . lluns . . , original interpretations . . , swing llllllrl als sopll . . . "Have you sl-en BfPHllillli," . . . illtz-rvivw witll Lvnlly. WILLIAM ADAM BINKO Sarrvcl He-art . . , Putt . . . Slllilll, l'1ut tllat dovsnvl lllt"Hll zlnytlling . . . a rc-:ll lmoolclwvper in tlle llliikillg . . . Polisll music . . . soccerite two years . . HXNlllt'l'I'YS Linz?" . . , HA new cur would clof' WARREN JOSEPH BISKER Li-ollzlnl Hall . . . VV:-0 Vvillie . . . Cubs ancl Nliclgvts lootllall and lmslcetlmll . . . llonrcler activilivs lor four yn-urs . . . surprise find for te-nnis team . . . lllisfllifwrllls , . . 'Kyle' illlfl Gogartyu . . . small anml last . . . allways sparring. VVILLIAM JOHN BJURSTROM lXlS.lC llrvp . . . Svvc-:lv . . . vnrsily lElClilf' lor lwo yn-urs . . . injurivs lwpl lnim out ul nclion lull:-r pnrl ol Svnson . . . llig :mil genial , . . wevlivnrls in XxYlISlllllgl0Il . , . lllc R4-ilsliins. GEORGE FRANCIS BLACKERT Suinl .lllSl"!ll.S lxlmmslc-ry . . . Bus . . . lull, clurlc A .. , A . unfl lIilIlllS0lllt' . . . llml rurly llalr . . . You alnl lying" . . . vc-rsnlilv lbonlilic-vpt-r . . . wunls lo lvc ix llnrlu-lor , . . lllll girls may liawf SOIllPllllflg lo say nlmul llml. DANIEL JOSEPH BOETTCHER I4 llnly lxlurlyrs . . . Danny . . . llill-lxilly ltom woocls ul K4-nsinglon . . . lzuncd lor vlurincl solos . . . lmml mul urmzllvslrn . . , r-loculion linulisl . . . Nlvrsingvr . . . an superman wllo wanls lo join llic navy. BERNARD ROBERT BOND Sl. .lUSl'llll,S Nlnnnslvry . . . Narrl . . . quivl . . . lIlllill0lll' l'lH'llllSl . . . lull . . . innou-nl lnolc lonls you . . . HNQ llmnlisn . . . swimming and linglisli nn- luis lnvorilvs . . . also pnrlial lo fluy l.onilJarclo unrl irc- rr:-nm. AI .ISERTO PIMENTAIO, BRANDT clill'ill'llS, V4'llKxZlIf'lil . . . . . . ll6fC,S llllll Iniln lrmn Soulll Ann-rimn . . . snrcvr. swimming, lmvli . . . Ramon :mil Vlvuny . . . Knule Clulw secrelnry ns l:l'l'SlIIllilI'l , . . rn-we-rw-rl 5 . . pinnisl . . . rvnflilinns all fllirislmns musirulrx ANTONIO OERARDO BRANDT Cnrnrus. V0nf'zlu'ln . . . Tnny . . . anollier Branrll . . ullnvc you sm-n Garvin?" . . . clnem . . . ix ll-Ill. willl n rvnrly smile lor vveryonf' . . . Collivrvs . . . lllill'lllllHlS nn lln' llninl llour ol' Alvxius. Sculpvrs giving competition lo tlle lmolaslore as pm-lvrn sulosnmn S1-II llwir last your's lvxllmolzs sr-coml lmnrl. Snnw will lm slung rvlwn llwy learn llm lvxl ,IHS IJPPH K'llIlllflPKl. Scfmollmys willz lariglll morning faces creep nn- willingly ln sclmol, or so suirl llw lmrcl of Avon. lull IIIPFP is urlnnllv u lmrisla Slvp in ovirlrfrlcp lwrv. THOMAS GIBSON BRENNAN Slnr ol IIN' svn . . . Toni . . . Xvvsl BzlIlinlorv . . . QuiIl news PrIilnr . . . rar" . . . jUl1fI1IlhSllI . . . flepencl on .Inrlison lor il goorl slory . . . Grinillu Slilflllllll . . . lxuwling lyro . . , xnnrle- lllf- le-:nn , . . fwllevy nl unknown vinlagfn VVALTER RAYMOND BURNS NISIC Prep . . . Xxfnll . . . 'ADon'l lot il gc-I you clown" . . . pllysirrs . . . loollmll from Culus lu vm' sily . . . lmsl-ldall anal Imflwy . . . nn llurry . . . pvl UK'll'PSS is lurk Br-nny in Hflxnrle-yvs Aunlf, FRANCIS THOMAS BYRNE Sl. Rust' ol Lima . , . I:rilx . . . svriuus mul quivl . . . genius nl work . , . sulving llmsr- clillirnll Irig prulmlc-ms . . . lmy scout . . . apple- llumwf-rs ge-I luis goal . . . lilwnl wlliz . . . rwvvr glvvs up. FRANCIS SALVATORE CATANIA Sl. Vllll'k'Ill'S . . . Bowls . , . Quill nmn . . . uBrollu-ru . . . MIA-l's play gwll. LillllllllUIlSU . . . lflla willl a rvmly smiIe . , . cle-lmling and omlory . . . Tower stall ns sc-ninr . . . lulluws Kuy Kyse-r , . . manager ol vnrsily sofccrilvs. JOHN THONIAS CECIL clffiil ylills, xlnrylnml .... ltllllllly . , . populazr lumrrlvr . . . prvsirlenl ul Kllllll' Clull illlll lrlwlsllrvr ol rltllvln NIU Dvlln . . . IIIZIIIZIQUI' UI vzlrsily lonlImH nnrl lrnslu-llmll , . . mlmmllzics . . . Luna Turns-r . , , rulvsl . . . vnrnvsl unrl lnmlxxnrliing. JULIAN MELLOR COLLINS Sl. Ixlnrlfs . . . Nlilic' . . . nnollwr Cjlll0llSYlHlilIl . . . wlm lilcvs In riclm- lmrsvf- mul play luullmll , . . Holil ll, .lilK'k50l'l . . . Sllilflllilllll . . . 'vagal' lmzlsv- bull . . . lllinlis Rlla llnyworlll is lops . . . nspirc-4 In llle funlramlofs lrnrle . . . nr Ile-signing. 26 NVILLIAM BERNARD COMBS SI. Nlnrlirfs . . . Rnlslrin- . . , Tirsf slring r1-nh'r- livlllwr 'ur lun yn-urs . , . Nlirlgvi luullmll lwu yvurs . . . rnphlin in SPVIIIHI . . . wurlis nfivr Srlmul . . . Mxvlunt :ln you lunm'?" . . . munsishful lnigll srurvr in fxuwling . , , flmp gravy. KENNETH JOSEPH CONNER Fl. Alnryws . . . K1-n . . . Tunnel me-mln-r lur llm-v ycwurs . . . llnl lip nn in cfurinvi . . . um' ul, llw forums-r lmye . . . Xvnsllillghxll 'mlm' grnun4lQ . . rvwru-nl 'mul vzurnmi . . . 'mm' mul urrln-sirn. BERNARD LEO CONNOR PlliIaul4'Iplli.u, Pu. . . Bvrnim' . jknyuw' mul vnrsily lmslwllmll . , . hlli, Tellnsu . . . lypiug . . . nllnlml Ilw plmru-U . . . ll'X'iIlgllIIl 1'2ISilliUVil . . . lllird Hour rubup . . . llnosu- trips in Philly . . . lmrcl luck . . . lwvvr Invking an enli'k'. FRANCIS XAVIER CONNOR All. Xxrildlillglllll . , . .... Xvulf 1. Hy- wlwvl . . . nxvlry clmfl wc- mln This luurx- :nl-lm'll?H . . . 'T TW llllIlI1'Sl nm! IIHZISSIIIIITIIQ , . . lmnnlikvvpillg nl lunfll Hun- . , . llixiury . , , lnulmgs-r ull Tmusvlmll lm-.un . . , I shrug: on wa-H wislwrs. THOMAS OHSISONS CRIST N. flwnrivs fiullvgc . . . Hrmlmo . . . mluinn-cl 'lim lur n yvnr . . , juyvvv um' vursily Imskefi- Imll . . . wnnls In gn In 4'uHf-gr' or l!l'l'lllllf' as murine . . . IJYIIINIIIIX' il Illalflllf' . . . f'lll'l'I'lIt UYPIIIQ illilfk . . . .'XfIll'IIlf'I VUXYIUOY. THOMAS KARL CROOK Fl, I-i4lNN'ilYI"S . , . Turn . . . vnrsily Ivoullmu in Tourllu ynuur . . . 'ilu-s lu 1'uHm'1,l slzunps . . . ulul lisivn To Tllllllllllf' Dorsey . . . lull mul Iiglll . . . fpnulmnfuua smile' . . . mulrilioll ia In lllt'l'l Vlylllll Ilklflllllll . . arguing will: Dull. Spring Tvlwr, Lum' nf ull I1-m'I11'rs, nmms vm-n in NIP Ullfly 'ull llllll IIN' CHIIUJHS lM'!'Ulllf'S H VHS' UKITIJPI upon wllir I1 in lnuluw, ruullrfss, 1'1lr'vfr1-4' mul Conf:-Illvzl. Ijor u blessing un lin' Lzuming scimoi yvur Ivimmlmun fiip inio lim MllHllSIl'fXi Io nllnnri lim Mfiss of lim Holy fiiuosl. Brofiwr Iwarlin ,Olin Iooizs on. ROBERT SMITH CROW Jr. SI. ErIwarcI . . . Iiuir . . . HXVQII, l'll Ile cioggonz-:IH . . . Iillie man wilil ixig acc'urcIion . . . Imsf-Imll . . . famous for Ilis juiws . , . FEIIIIIJEI' in summvr . . Im! guve it up . . . grouncI wus hm Inarci. RALPH DANIEL CUINIBIONS Ciiiinn Park . . . iron . . . Irosil and s0pI1 deiml- ing . . Iaii . . . imsice-Iimii wiiil Iviicigels and juyvm- . . . Gulinping Gupin-rs from Cvnvnns . . . nplimislic gc-nt . . . iumous Iunr i1is inuis in Imsicelimii. JOHN JOSEPH CURRY Sl. IXIarIin's .... I. J .... mimmatics for Iilrm' years . . . re-nu-ruin-rucI as Gm-rlin in MXNVIIHI zu I,iIo" . . . IQIIPINI . . . mllpd in grvnl Iovvr . . . ImI mIon'l Iet IImI Iooi you . . . moris-I Ixuiifir-r , . . siiminr. CHARLES PAUL DAILEY SI. Ifciwurziis . . . Bruz , . . acc oi swimming la-mn Igor four years . . . swcII riispusiliun . . . lniiing Ivi- Inws Io game in Ialilc-r's Cin-vy . . . wiiii Iutiier , . . SI. Iqciwnrriis Socini Ciuix . . . l!IlIf.ff.fUl' wilil sIu1Ii4-Q . . . genticmnn. PHILIP JOSEPH DAMARIO I4 Hoiy INIariyrs . . . Pilii . . . Iiisiinvlive wilin l'IEll'Illl'l . . . ililllll IIITPC y1'ilfS . . . nl lllffy lfilfku . . . Doc Fcicilnrcilvs . . . Ciusvsl I0 Srimoi . . . cilcm Iruuixio . . . zunyIIiing Imul muuwy . . . mIvcnIurs: wilix ImIncIi nn1I wililo Iiiilvn. JOHN VINCENT DANAHER SL Ijominiuvs ..., Iuclc . , . miqiu-sc nn- lim In-si fiuys uf my Iiien . . . I-md Izigixling emi nn vursiiy . . . never wililout Gre-Iier and Rnligan . . . joviai . . . leems wiiil wiliirism . . . IIISIHYQ' wiriz. PAUL ANTHONY JeKOWZAN Shir oi' lin' svn . . , Pnui . . . iusl ui tin- Quiii 4-fiiiors . . . timsc join . . . Coin illlllltlfiii . . . Brennan, Bc-iii-in zinri ii:-Kmvznn . . , I-Xvimiiu leallln . . . nn vurm-sl unnpm-I . . . "Yun uinii lying" . 4-nr Ilur music. JOHN FRANCIS DETORIE Corpus Cilrisli . . . iivnny . . . Czxlixoiir fiunni . . . Cuivs, ixiirigvts, juyvvr' ami varsity . . . impnrlini in shuiic-s, no invurih-s . , . roiircis coins . . . ami spvnris tin-m wilin Anriy . . . '30 ijorci . . limi saw Boston. NICHOLAS ANTHONY DETORIE Corpus fixrisli . . , Nifii . . . Uijonii lvii me your lrnuimic-si' . . . spnginvlii . . . lin- iillirii . . . fiinluxmi Iwo yvnrs oi juyvvv iuuiiufy wilil al yvur on vursily . . . fiumiivs , . , niin-y Nick, pirii up slim EDVVARD DONALD DEVANNY Springiiviri, ixiuis. . . , Don . . . limsn- vmuliolxs in Bushm , . . irvinglnn mllwo . . , wnnls io ive n ilislory ln'm'ilm-r . . . imsiivlimii ami iuulimii IIIEIIIQILQPI , , . Uilmslnli 'ms il Immun . . , slugx- nmllngvr ui finss piny , . . Duqmwm- l'nivr-rsily. RAYMUNU JUS. DONALDSON Jr. Sl. 'nw-piuis Nionnsivry . . . Ray . ndivu senior I'Illllllliu4'I' lll4'!lli7t'Y . . . fill-Pflitlll' Ur IUXYUI' . . . fll"Yt'l' inils Io npprvriaiv iris iniies . . . ni d0n't know, you In-ii nu-H . . . imsiu-Iimii ami imsm-imii . . , fluiii sluiii , . . f'il4'lll. JOHN ANDRENV DONOHUE St. i5l'l'llilHiiHf' . . . lurk . . . tile irisii . . . gim- niuim wanrilivr , . . Viiriuily Prvp . . . Hxviinlln sviluuiiu , . . illllfil pf-rimi riuring ilisiory . . . irfilllirzliilics, irii iiiPi4I oi' ill'gllIlll'llt . . . lll'Y1'l' IUSPS . . - C'1'Ull0lIlilfS . . , FIOSC SlIIlil'lli Of IH'UIliI'. Sfimui iiuys irring liww wiwr l'c'fin'diufls lu lifllil' Snviiinqvr, Tell Kirviuwr, lov Gvlieu, piiil Damuriu, Hoi: Fiurln uml Hun i'Vioyr1ifmn. f,I'l'I5Il1I1IlIIl'l'lI IIB' IIIII f,.IllII'1I:1 ITTIIIIIQ ' CQIISIIKIII I-JPUIZS nl 'IH' f'llIlIl'fll IAIUIII IIUIIIIHI 'Illl ',llI'l'5 IUIIUIV Iculy, us fluffy cluurv in IIn- gym ulfvr Ilm lrmIImlI SFU SOIL GEORGE EIJNVARD DRIZSSEI- Sl. .AnIImny UI IJmIun . . . Nluusz- . . . guuI is piIuIing nirIin1'r . . . IuyalI . . . Iilws sImp . . . CEIIIIUHI rIuIw , . , R1-Iigious fxzlivily Im IIm'1- yvnrs . . InIImw UIQ-nn Nlillvr . . . nmI rmnps . , . lmuImIrusix'1-. FRANCIS XAVIER DUGGAN SI. NInrlin'e . . . Irisll . . . uIwnys re'nrIy to IIQIII IIN- oIIn-r I1-IInw . . . wiIIu u smiIc- . . . ns-at . . . Inmuus Inr Iuis ml.-mmmllip . . . qllurIf'rImCIi Inr juyvm- anmI vursily . . . Inls ul' pusIu . . . frmpcmlivx- . . , N1-niur IIIIIIIIIIIIUU. PHILIP ALOYSIUS DUNNIUAN Shrine' UI I.iIIIv I'Inwu-r . . . SImrIiv . . . IiIIIv mam WIIII IIH' Ilig Iinf- , . . IumIiIu-4-ping . . . m'InsSl'0mn rIomII4-r . , , KIIIID IrmIImII1'r ns Il'f'4IlIllilIl . . . prPsicIf's us lnunnggvr uv:-r lIw InnIunm-n . . . u-nh-nnIauI pngcami . UI-Ill an sc-niorf' JAMES HYACINTH FEDERLINE N. ,Insc-pIls NImmsI4-ry . . . .Inn . . , our poppy :In-1-rIr-urlq-r . . . uI1u nIsn pInyx-:I an Irumpf-I . . . V PYVYB' . . . IDUSIIIPSS lllilllilgf'l' III- HINI wsrx-Inry UI mmm-m mIuIr . . . -l...im.I-n UI sIu1Iy KIIIII . . . IEIIIIIIIII RIIIIIIII IHIIIP. JOSEPH FRANK FEMIA SI, I':1Iw2lrfI . , . Ijllillll . , , XVQIIIIIOUIQIS prirlv , vnioys il gu1uI inks , . . IQIIUVVS smlw Ililnsf-'II . , covers an IuI UI grmmcI . . . glee c'IuIx snngsler . . IIIQ4-s swing music' . . . "Ibn I ImmIi wurriw-cI?n . Iovvr. DANIEL PATRICK FLANAGAN SI. XIIIYYIS . . . Danny . . . wnnls In IN- il pruivr- liunisl ..., IuIuns I'InpIiins nlu-all . , . 1-I4-rIri4'ily . . . "IIImns- il on Ye-IlucIi" , . . pI:-usnnt 1IisposiIinn . . I IIms4' muInr maps in Ixislury . . . gcm4I 5IusIvnI. ANTHONY PHILIP FRANCO TI. Virur-ull . , . lorry . . . loyal R. A. nmn Im lnur yvzrrs . . . IITUSIIIUIII ol IISNIC Illircl yvalr . . . Nluunt Vlunwer skull . . . wsu-rilcs' rrrnrmgvr . clvlmivr uml clrmlmliriull . . M-nior Kllllllllillvt' . zxlxxuxw guml lor za julu-, XVALTER JOSEPH FURLONG FI. Annl . . . lfuzvy , . , slr-vp lming . , . A-XX'lru's gut flu- lNlIIlili0t"llllg?-I . . . ulcn NIMH . . . un- ulliliulerl clrummz-r . . . sc-niur i'llllllllIll1'4'lllilll . . . nllrncle-Ll lry I.imln Dnrnvll . . . Iikf-S llialury . . . lie- Ivns In nrflnwfraw in apurv lime-. RANION BARRETO GARCIA U:-urgin Nlililury Anulm-rruy , . , fiulmnn . . , Ray , . . prcujf-rliml rlulv . . . In-va-r willmui Anlnnio . , . flown In Ilu- lrvinglun . . . Iikl-5 sailing lmrs . , . Ilmsc lf'IIl'rs lrmn Vulm . . . flllllllllfi :mtl rmrgzn nrliwi . . . zurlrnlvrrr nu-rlrzmir' JAMES FRANCIS HARVEY lxlfliw ljrep ..., ll' , . , Iuurrlry gf'llll4'Illklll . . . gray Cllr-vy . . . ol1l mam nl Illc' Blounl . . . Scvvn yvurs . . , HFIIW' R. A. llH'llllJPl' . . . farnreru rlulr . . . SPIIIUI' l'IlIllIllIuI'l'Ill2Ill . . . Ilill'liSIklQK' lllilllilgvl' . plaullnrme lor llw Iwmllmll l'rnliC. JOHN JOSEPH CARVEY N. ,lUM'I1ll'S . . . .Il . . . wniur mrnlnillwnmn . . . plays pmnu lwy I-nr . . . lllvrury vllllur ul Illv Nvurf lmuli , . . pnrlivs un ilu' Svxvrn . . . trying, In luum an rifle' uilll , . . QIIIII' Ilu' .rrlur . . . l5"lIllf'Tl mul fxlillnmn. JOSEPH FRANCIS GETKA 51. Pulrirlivs . . . lm- . . . 4'XX'uil an lllIllllIl'n . lik.-Q llwnrietry sn we-ll lu- wnnls Io Ire a lXllPl'llISl . . . nz-vz-r flown in Ilm lnrv . , . naming mul in my lkilf. .... il lllllill' . . . KEIIIIUYRI flllli H4 QPHIOY . . . uncle nl .v ln-elmmn . . . mnlirlz-nl. Hays lilac' Hill Appvl unrl Larry Bullion umtluully mn to flung to uvoizl llml yellow slip. IQJI s common PXHISP ix 'A5Irf'f-I un wus lwlfl up lay urmy cnrwuyun Unix:-ruirlvcl is lim work of iixose fuifilfui gmifs :vim mvrii posts rm nmnagvrs of iIle Gael fvams. llvrv Bill Oriii mul Norm Owvns iuulg up uniforms. RICHARD PAUL GILBERT fiily . . . Iiii . . . sluiwnrl inriiiv wim likud In Iwrm-uk up inlvrlervllrc . . . iiiiiiin pf-riori nimseninc coi' izwlor , , . Hluonii lvii mf- your Imuilivs, Iilll not IIII- wx-Iinrr-U . . , r-xim-rurric'uInr Incrossn pIny1-r. ROBERT BEAUCHAMP GLEASON fiuhmsviiiv IIigIl . . . Pnl . . . IIIO IIC iron: Gmivs ruunlry . . . Ilishnry . . . wunls In gi-I zu l'0IllllliSSi0ll in linriv Sam s army . . . wuuirinil miss an ix'Iil4it'lPIIl4 IZHITUH lllflllrl' OH il IPP' . . . IIZIIHISUIIICH JOHN GEORGE GOEISEI. AISIII Pri-p .... Ioilnny . . . fiulonsviiiinn . . 'lmugil s.lirI . . . lllviimllirnl :Iris Irie invnrih' . . . Ims spa-:ini ss-aut in jug . . . pnpuizur wiiiu iIm Iviins , . Unis Inulivuii , , . lik.-S In I1uiI1I murii-Is. THOMAS PATRICK GOGARTY Xvnsininglun. D, K1 .... Pnl . . . IxIicIgots nnrI vnrsily imvtimii . . . cirfpvnciniriij gunrii on ImasIu'II1nII squiui . , . UYUU null' . . . Cvilim Slllilt' . . , IIIP iyualriivr limi . . . illlyfllllf going 0Vf'r In IRUCIST, FRANCIS JOSEPH GOLDSINIITH NISKT Prvp , . . finiriiv . . . ivnlnolls Hcltlifliks' , . . inh-rvicw with Semin Claus . . . Quiii assurinie eciilor . . . IIN: cinss gif! In aslrunomy . . . rurny juices . . . xxnriii ui lunmrrmx . . . Iouriil y:-ur I.nIin wiiii Bnimf-rf ARTHUR VVILFRED GOULET Jr. liristnimi, finnni font' . . . Ariii- . . . Imginn oi IJ1-4-1-llry pri-Z . . . Iiinniisi in civimling , . . most nriivc in R. A ,... omlorimi mnivsl . . . waiter imy . . . ului grimi nmnngvr . . . Iluluuna . . siwrl- ilnmi vniilusiusl . . . Ku rpa Uili. I O 'rv ANDREW HENRY GRELLER St. lx1iCllEiEllS . . . Andy . . . liancisonlest . . . latest . . . co-cnptain nt tile Cutliolic rlmrnps . . . tlmt Seton Higli News interview . . . lilies to cinlwlmle witli time test tuluvs . . . Titres lX1USlif'if'l't'S . . . quiet type . . . a lmenr at tuflcle. RAYMOND JOHN HARTKE 14 Holy Martyrs . . . Ray . . . still write-rs . sports encyclopedia . . . glee clulr ns lrosll . . pnrtiznl to Oriole imseixallers and tristx tootlmllors . . . tllis lluuse is un Xvillcens Avenue . . . typist . . . looks to business cursor. LEO ANTHONY HARTLAUB St. Cliarlesx Pilcesville . . . Little Speed . . . wow on tin- golf linlis . . . juicer . . . can nlso tnlic it . . . no misugynist ire . . . pn-if-rs tile social scienres . . . smlu jerlcvr ancl pllarrnurist . . . nfiept nt mvtul craft. JOHN OLIVER HELFRICH St. Ectwurris . . . XX'l1itey . . . ucomes tire rcvolu- tionn . . . serrli-finalist in tall tennis tournament . . . "Hi, son.. . . . always in-rppy . . . election runner . . . scientist but no historian . . . rides the 8:21 . . . once owneli a pail ol typing paper, CHARLES FRANCIS HICKS St. Anclrew's . . . Cluarlie . . . sang witll lroslr . . . photographer . . . docsn't waste words . . . lmnsvlmll lan . . . srlmlnr . . . me typist . . . Tommy Dorsey . , . Business course' . . . quictest .. . stenrty pluggf-r at tile lmolcs. EDMUND WALTER HOCK lrnnnrci Hall . . . Eniciie . . . Catonsville incl . , . Co-captain ot the grictciers . . . a tennis mainstay . . . swimmer . . . also marie time Seton paper . . . pre-game spirit lvooster . . . drives a coupe . . . cap- tivating smile . . . leans townrcl straw lmts in Decemluer. Soaring sizyward Supermen Larry Bathon and Al Memnzei hop tile hedge within reuciiing distance ot the eaves of the Main Building-rr forecast of things to coma. IIN- Inuvvr vzuurlyurfi pl'r:1'ixIvQ Jnuiv. simllz-r umi rrmliorl In toni Ionieinq slmivnts, IJHI uI1IIiln1'r4 wiII wi' Ill! sign of IIN' wifi IPIIIHIJ u'Irii'Il suppiimi wulmy rvirvsimwnls for gvrwrufinne. JOHN VVILLIANI HUEBSCHNIANN Sarre-cI H4'nrI ..,. IeuIx . . . wing mam on IIN- sncrf-r piI1'I1 . . . IJ.-In-w it or mal, an lrigmmlnm-Iry Iic-mI , . . sporls IuIInwr'r . . . 1-spn-c'izuIIy IIm Imriu-5 Ie-urns . . . ImImI1y is ciissvrling fairs . . . m'runaulIi1'nI vngineering. JOSEPH PATRICK IRELAND NISJK' I,n'p . . . IrisI1 . . . Iiuim InuIImIIvr . , . l'U'i'd in HNVIIRII zu I.iIn-H . . . I1-vmrinlu nI mlrpnw . . . sp4'1'iaIisI in .IXIIIPYIVZIII :Iunupe . . . zu six ymnr man Ilwo in grncIe-SJ . . . we-aIma'sQ is Liuing Imme- nurIc, ROBERT LOUIS JAMISON SI. Riluis . . , Simriy . . . Iuur year lll8IIlIll'f uI rimmatilt sociciy . . . "I pn-Iver DumIaIIx" . . . cIu-er- Ie-mis-r . , , snmII1-sI sm-nior , . . HI like riwmislry. Imt II cim-snil like nwn . . . IurIIn-ne-c'Ii swvaxlers , . llflip HIIQI COSIHIIIK' lllilll. EDWIN PHILIP JERRY RicImmncI, Virginian . . . 'Lex . . . SUIIQI Suulin . . . 220 yard Inw IlllrrIIc-S . . . Kappa VIII Imusivr . . . XViIIiam unCI IXInry CIIIIC-gv . . . fin-rnmn wImI:ur . . . SOIIIIIQTD belles . . . rarmk Imp . . . anoliler GIenn RIIIIH nmn . . . lwn vi-urs rmw ruunlrv. PAUL NESSICK JONES I,nInIgrvn, Virginia . . . Ilnui . . , yu-.nrImuIi sIuII . . . mmif-I miIrnauIvr . . . Giant muh-r . . , quivl . , . mils up vrlginvering nirawing . . , worries nimnul In-els . . . "Curry INII- Buck In OIII Virginny . . . llvullwss Iris Iurh- . . . Iiki-HIIIC . . . 1'rin'4's arlinll. JOHN JOSEPH KAVANAGH SI. IXIurIin's .... I.uIi . . . nn 3IimIgn-I quinl aus sopIu , . , IIN' IfIcIvr Kawmmgil . , . ImpvIuI coIIr'ge Iruy . . . 4Is'mur1- . . . Iaullglmgr- UIIIINISIIISI . . . Mxvimlis yuur Iinniinnntiun naunvf . . . rmm-rvnlivc . . . IIN: tIiurIi um' . . . Hxxvl-'IIC DOI r1'IuIk2lI.I' JOHN JOSEPH KAVANAGH St. ifiiziuiu-lil.: .... larii . . . the young:-r Kavanagh . . . pivasingiy piump , , . fantk-en man , . . iiilis i"ranio aimut i'-ighting irish , . , ivory tirixivr ni surts . . . :apps-rslnith's appn-alice . . . fin-rn Bay Pariulrs, ROBERT HENRY KAVANAUGH BISIC Pri-p . , . Boi: . . , Eiiimlt fiity rountry Squire . . , rainici iacrusse sticiiman . . . rails-cts guns ami iinivvs . . . Duke Eiiington ami Duke- Univer- sity . . . maroon Chevy . . . piayimy ami press-pass agent. VVILLIA51 HENRY KAZMIERSKI our i.aciy oi Gouri Counsc-i . . . Kaziv . . . South Baltimore hamster . . . svini-juviai . . . strong APFPIIFIPI' at Poianmi . . , irkc-ci at Bangs car . . . photographer . . . intriglu-ri ily iviount squirrcis . . . Hut-ilsrhlnarlrlis pai . . . gllvs twig fur engineering cirawing. THEODORE EDMOND KIRCHNER Arlington. Virginia . . . iii:-d . . . most gentiemaniy . . . varsity iuasiwlvvr . . . senior ciuiriwr . . . third hasvmaa . . . ieci inte-rms-ciiate rage champs as junior . . . moms with ixiathis . . , gets in an ocra- sionai worci , . . snuthvrn hospitality . . . wicie grin . . . lnmieet, JEROME AUGUST KLEINER St. ifiizaiwthis . . . Rom . . . iihrury stair veteran . . . liilililit'f ill ii00iiDBii, ijiisebali, and biiSkBii'JHii . . . iitterirug ciisr' cuiiector . . . aims to hitch his wagon to an otiiu- . . . vivarious . . . once in hand . . . capaimiv typist . . . happy. GEORGE EDWARD KLINE NPN' Cillllliliaflilnii, IJEI .... CTJHVQK' , . . YTFP- prexy Kappa Chi twice . . . senior vmnmith-r-man . . , Huiwryonic saxophonist . . . would he an archih-rl . . . miuriui Foothaii Dance posters . . . iiarriehurg week enris . . . ziarir hairs-ri giris. Noi u picture of our poiu team but Buffalo Furs! asiririo his favuriiv stood, lucie. The unsvvn hero is Boi: Souisiny. whose iumfi qaiets Biiivs ram- Imnclious mount. l'1C'llYy 'IQOIIZPY Illld Bull Klll'llllUllfjIl 'FINISH IUHKI vnuugin Io ciispiuy liwir nm iivs lu lin- vvvr- mfsvni H h I I lOWI:R pimlngrnpimr on fiw nvwiy vrnctmi sinirmsv. CHARLES OORDON KRAMER Eiiirull Cily fiigil , . . Cimriic- . . , iiivot iiiggi-r . . . slzunp cuiivviur , . . gnumi juiie- iniwr . . . sic-vpy . . . iwo umiziliuns le-ar iiim-gnii pro, nmi cerliiivai public' uwmniimml . . . D1-zmnn Durimin mam . . . iumix- icffvping . . , hNnw's our cimmwr iviiuws, im'l's go." JOSEPH CORNELIUS KRAMER Annnpoiis, ixici .,.. Nvni . . . rvsicii-ni ciuiwmun . . . cuvnrlm-ci on lin- jnyvs-0 souvrile-s in iilirzi yi-nr . . . uviii imninmn . . . suninwr rn-gullus . . . mininigiii munr'iu'r . . . Sf-vi-rn River . . . nnulirni mincimi . . . lucitum . . . an ,ioiinny Cerii protvgf-. VVALTER EDVVARIJ KRUSZYNSKI Si. fusimiris . . . Srraivil . . . jzlyvvv sown-'r illlli ljflsfililil cillilg . . . l'lli0yS l,Uii5il WY1'flLlingS , . . pflikil pmnu-r , . . imnixing rein-4-r , . . :irc-:uns of con- verliipiv cnupf' . . . 'ii wnnl ln gm-I nul inlo lin' woriri" . . . iiniliiiui. LEO JEROME LANAHAN Sl. Jvrmne . . , i.unny . . . says iitliz- . . . iiliniis lllllffil . . . f'i0C'il'il'ilI l!llgiHl'f'l' . . . iifi'Sillllkln ClCiJilil'f llllli CilKil'I" Hlilll . . , ciillillil LIRNIIFPI' . . . Hlfliil Illillfi!'1i . . . CIUPSII-i IHIVYII Rli i.illfiH DilfIll'iI . . . fl'Ki ilfilfl. JOHN VVILLIS LANCASTER Bowie .... izicii . . . cimnlpiunsiiip rummutcr . . , sixiy miios iiniiy . . . 0.600 miie-s za yi-nr . . . Penn' syivanin Raiiroaci . . . miss my lmin, Broiiicrn . . . ifooiimii Denim- . . . suiniun-mi . , , smile- . . . inns ri1iciPn in imuggy . . . never in suimway. ROBERT JAMES LANGE Hoiy Cross . . . Bold . . . orriue-sirn nnfi imnci as unciergrzui , . . rilaunpion swimlm-r . . . ixulh-riiy ifareasi slroiier . . . iwe-ps c-nr Ill'1'il'fi lu ciumte immi un rumiio . . . ciurii pin spiiii-r , , . His limi rigid?" . , . sniiimoui rarer. JAMES ALLEN LARKIN Catonsville lliglr , . . Country . . . one ol tile oliliire lmys . . , well tmvelecl . . . Sonny Dunimrrfs lzvaml . . . nlbllors ixlr'Dormlrl's rlriving . . . UD0n't lie an foul, Finch A , . snncllot pitcller . . . singer of sorts . . . titizm top. LIONEL AMEDE LAVOIE St. Agnes' . . . l.eo . . . really ciiclnit mean to ialow tile cllem lali up . . . Little Leo's green Doclgu . . . Frarxlilintowrx rnsanova . . . rnrlio engineer , . . HHave you seen my lmrotlrerifu . . Brother Earlis squads. JOHN HURDLE LEONARD St. Beneciictis . . . .lack . . . best scllolar . . . eats and sleeps IFHSCIIHH . . . kllOVVS kin tilt' HIISWCTS . . . no stooping for grounclers . . . iionor roll luaiwitue . . , elouutionist till time llaslx canine . . . lxoolcliecping wlniz . . . ewrnest . . will go lar, JOSEPH FRANK LESNIEVVSKI Holy Rosary . . . Pole . . . varsity soecer iront liner . . . Patterson Pzxrlc injury SllHf'l0NV9fi lmis liopes . . . fl'iill5 ,llllllllly NPUIRS ltlllllllll , , , illllllililbll'-' poliremnn . . . lmrrl flrive lor goal witli eitlier loot . . . prefers iris bookkeeping. FRANK JOSEPH LINARDI St. Vlilmnmsi . . . Fmnlc . . . Uolcl ijust twin , . , irosl1 lootliall anal lnaselvall . . . ifvercttis rigllt lmnrl man . , , UCiee wliiz" . . . plrslrerl iris jnlopy . . , loyal rooter . . , ellervf-stent Latin type . . . wonrlslrop expert . . . Sports Centre spm-vtutor. CEORC EE VVILI .IAM LIN DER St. Agnes . . . Burl . . . lvlimiget gririmlm-r ns sopli . . . jnyvvf' ns junior , . . partial to lmig nnmv OYKIIICSIHIS . . . .lilillllly l,0llg , . . ciivcr on Iflllk team . . . slow liut stezxcly . . . Russian Countess in stage llil. A riorsul View of lucls strolling to class on a lazy late spring filly lvllen lim rampus really blossoms into rr place of lweauty, ami mimls are far from books. 7 -"A The fjuill sfull irllvrvivzuillg Nufrv Dunmla un' lwulvll griflmlvrs gn! zlll-zlllwrirull, yuunl Bvrnim' fwrimrnins In gim- yminlvrs fu iournulisl fyHurug Hrnllwr lvlurlin Iolur ii Ilu' tuil lmrle. XVILLIAM ALFRED LINZ Nun-ml llvurt . . . Bill . . . lmhhy-soccer . . lzuvurih- spurt-smcvr , , . lzlvurilv sl1l1i1-rl-s0r'Cf'r . . . llmlmgvs In sfllxcwzv ill an lillln' Ivnnis . . . Slolll lighling he-url , . , gre-nl Llrihlxlvr . . . wietlul . . . llw 4-nrlueurn' ul Pull:-r-ull . . . hits Ihe- lwrmlu. SAMUEL SALVATORE LOIACONO AlllIff'WN"S . . . Siilll . . . lllllr YPHYQ OE lvlllil- lmll . . . Q-vcr really In hvlp , . . 'Say where is New lillglklllll?-l , . . senior cuuunillmnnn . . . rlanrvr . . . llIOfli'l 'II clrivvr . . . you mnvl he-lp l7lll likl- Sum . . . flrullsnmn. JOSEPH FRANKLIN LUDVVIO Snrrm-rl llvnrl , . . lm- . . . lnur yvurs l7PlHfP tlw llilllllgllli , . , lllIlIllN'I' Ulll' YVUl'lx"T , . . yP2ll'll0Ul'f slnll . . . wniur lUIIIIlIIll1'l' . . . ljurplr- nncl Crfwuu KPB' twlllll . . , lJ1'Il1'l1I'N' Syfilllllbrl' :Hill Xx,LlIl"1'll'r . . . 0IIl'l'il ll1'YOlf'4 '.,. 7l'1llUlI4 IIIYII ll1Ill4lf'r, JAMES MARTIN MALONEY Dayton, Blml .... lfurzm-r . . . lrum ilu- wide opvn Spurs-S . , . one ol the- Gu-lls mosl promim-nl pilclwrs . . . wnulfl Iikf- In hurl lur Sl. Louis ffarclinals . . . gflflil whistle-r . , . wfmlvrl Ula-nn Nliller fur Prom . . . mnrv llmn mlislkiorl wilh Iolnnny Lung. FRANK ROBERT MARINO Sl. LwlL'llll'lll,S , . . ljmnli. . . lrusinmsss lllilllklgvl' ol su-niur c'mmnilh-v . . . lowxvr shall . . . slcllaur cutrln-r . . . always happy . . . nuncrn lic-nfl , . . 'Afla- anrl ,loan . . . cluvs ix noni jolr nl glancing . . . pulilirinu . . Nlialgck lmilmll . . . mulch cow-r llillgllilh' . . SIIKIYV, XVALLACI1 IRANCIS MATHIS liluilzulvlpllizu, lj.: .,., Furla-y . . . Illlerrmwlinix- fluh pn-z lusl yn-.ur . . , juyvee llf"l't-'llililllilll nn in' . . . vursily 2.117 in 'mol . . . llmlvrsquacl griml I1-.unc . . . mln-vil may um- .... A Ilnnlif Cily Iihkr guurll jalrlxvl . . . .1 If.iI In Kinlmvr . . , wumlilmp NYIlilI'!l. VVILFRED TENNYSON MAURER Sl,-Riluis . . . Hill . , , Img!-lmll .uni lisluing 4 4 ciovsnl Pnl ull lri4 uulmil . . . cjriuiv imnslvr ami Hnilillmrx- Aim-rirml Smuvvr In-nm . . , ilumlnliim-r , , 4 wiii pmimlmly luilmx lmnily Irmiilinn nl liifliilc-iwin Shvl . , . snww lmnelvrs . . . Pllillyi i.z1lill. MELVIN CHARLES MCCORMICK Corpus Cilrisli . . , Aim' 4 4 . smnml iinv lor lin- rinii mvn . , 4 musi4'i.wn 4 . . larrussu . . . lmflu-5 I likf-f fimpc rlolluw, swing music, jvunvs lillf-Q mul luis iwiuigllzircl , . . lrlnrii imirvrl Ailinllis. JOHN THOMAS MCDONALD IJYPIJ . . , NIQIC . 4 . cil'USilii4'l' . . . iIll!lliH'f nlliu- imy 4 . . nmlivrn 1ic-sign . . . siiy file says, . . . yx-urirooii slull . . . gale , , . plmnugmplu rf-rnrfis . . . Naval Air i'rrru- . . . give- rlulmlu-r . . . Cnlunwilie- viiqum- , , 4 luulclwr imy . . 4 nmliu-m.:Iiri.m ROBERT HUGH BlcNICOL fiinriislyuryl, Vu ,.,. Aim' . . . auivvrlising lnnnugf-r ol yvurlmoli . . . IIIIIIIPY llN'ff'ililI1l . . . l'ilflN'Sl . 4 . gum' null-ull . 4 puilliniiul . . Pillllivn . . , xlcfirinliu . 4 . spnrl nl king: 4 4 4 Kappa lilli . . pnllrr . . . fjiiviu :io Ilnvillfunl . . . SUIIIIIIPYS ns liiie cieric. FRANK CHARLES MCSHANE Sl. iimiwunilw . . . Alum 4 4 . 4.nuli1i.uh- lor lin- noisivsl . . . wurv gr:-use puinl as iunior . 4 . flf'lf'f'- live . . . unu- .1 cle-lmln-r . , 4 senior rmnmillm- . . . lmrsvimrli rirlvr . 4 . Ufivl rips- wiil yum . . . IW.-lmll nnri llislury '.., lmlriulirnlly srrnppn-sl isis julupy. THOMAS GREGORY N4-TEACUUE SS. Pililip nnci lulluw' . , 4 xim' . . . iloriivy ccnlvr . . . fiilmnielry 4 . . Cuim mui ixiirigvl liflfli' lmll . . . Sports Ce-nh-r . . . "Boy lim lircdn . . . also juniu-ml iris mr lor Nnlimmi IJ.-if-rw . 4 4 unm- ul' lin- iillii- immsw lmml . , . niu- hull' in rinlin-s. Kappa Clii stulwurls Don llloynilmii :uni Dirk 'ivan follow Axllilllll linings in llw fjuill umiilsl lin' muzliml selling ul lim rival Alu Dvilu fini: mom, iglilm-r . 4 . firlllmnvr xxilii nmimilion lu nmiu' iiving . 4 . Bula Mllfltl Ctlll slmw luis nwmiuls. This one lie is rvr'vi1'iuq from nlnmni prvsizlvnl Henry F. H1-nnvlwrgor after paving tlw nllwr viofutiorlists in tim finals held in tile uuilitorium, RAYMOND OWINGS MEANS Louisville. Ky .... Colonel . . . socialite . . . pillar ol tim R. A .... Willis is America" . . . lnunter uml lisinernmn . . . Hivly Olcl Kentucky Home" . . . that Red Cross course . . . amiwulance clriver . . , lmyvs fmnp rounsc-lor . . aspires to rzureer ns Pllililnrillonic, mnclurtor. ALBERT LED MEMMEL St. James' . . . Al . . . moclvst . . . cross country rn-captain . . . lour years on tile cinclcr pnllls . . . tlnose dead lll'illS witli Ms-rsinger . . . jolly . . . map nnnl plan drawer . . . "Oli lor u day ol sleep" . . . lilu-s Brotlner Erizfs test tulves. JOSEPH BERNARD MERSINGER I4 Holy flartyrs . . . .loc . . . clarinctist . . . senior committee . . . liill und dnler co-captain . . . distance runner wllo lilies to jump tile gun . . . loyal . . . enjoyecl tllat last trip to Riiillmoml . . carrot lop , , claims luis lirst race was luis best. DANIEL FRANCIS MESSIER Springlielfl, Blass .... Dan . . . lluslcy, well-lilcecl prorluct ol time Bay State . . . big football tackle . . . Jr-lense man on tim tmclcey team as sophomore wllo prelers llistnry, Linzlu Darnell ancl Glenn Nliller . . . St. Eclwarals social club . . . quint manager. PAUL BRUNKER MILBURN l:0l'PSl Park . . . Saint . . . R. A. man . . . un- ullicial lacrosse . . . plenty ol pep alter sclxool . song lover . . . glee Clulm . . . wllistler . . . lree Sunclay meals . . . clxemical engineer . . Hlvlyl Ulut fxlyln . . . real pal. GERARD LAWRENCE MILLNIAN St. .lmm's' .... lvrry . . . exrvllvnt ice slmtcr . . . -4-nior rommitlc-e . . . sp:-oil Llemon . . . never tlle Sillllif fur twin- , . . sonic- linowleclgv ul drums . . . fool, Cnlm, mul collvrtivf- . . . lmclcvy nmnnger . . -Ale1'flSH . . . A-XXVlll'l'1' is Ilfillllflir, CARROLL THOMAS MISKIMON St. Brigirls . . . Buddy . . . wlmilnm lmnclsrnan . . . hulwarlc ol soccer rlc-lense , . . gzitliers St. .Joe clippings . . . also iive recorrls . . . clorlc on a rlrultlmnrcl . . . Clmrlie Barnet lollower . . . slrort- lmnrl? . . . swof-t alto sax. DONALD IGNATIUS MOHLER Jr. BJSJC Prep . . . Dutclr . . . an seven year man . . . Catonsville llzisli . . . Clivmistry jolcer . . . final on '40 joyvve mzlmmps . . . yearlmoli . . , junior lmosliet- ivail . . . polo spectator . . . two Curs in tile family . , . snrmner as il lmnlwr . . , l1?lIIdSOIIlf', GEORGE MICHAEL MOXLEY St. Joseplfs lwonnstery . . . Brooklyn . . . one ol a lung line of ixtount Nloxleys . . . tmvi-'ls in stonn-'s tllrow to scllool . . . swimmer . . . riometery worlcor lmut no rlonrl in-uri . , . llistory . . . sportsrnnn . . . Kay Kysvrvs Kollcgc . . . imnginr-l at Dorlgs-r lon. DONALD JAMES MOYNIHAN Pittslielml. lxluss .... Don . . . petite . . . mlramutic sor'iety . . . tlonion Quill interview:-r . , . lrom tlie HHeart ol time Bcrlisliiresn . . . sliiier witli wmlinr-ss lor banana splits . . . personality plus . . . UVVcll, up in Nlussnclursctts . . . H PAUL RICHARD MURPHY lxlecllorcl, Mass ..,. lylurpll . . . lwst otliln-'te . . . lvlnrylnml vontor . . , rnontionorl ns liungrivst mul most popular . . . prvsiflf-s ovvr Koppu Clii . . . Urrllvy sliull not pass" on tlie liocplicy rinli . . . ge-niul . . . ruggr-rl typei THOMAS JOSEPH MURPHY Sl. Brigiclvs . . . Tom . . . svniors votvrl liim lmppiest . . . nnotlic-r All lvlorylauul lxiurplly . . . tllis time in soccer . . . captain . . . not ei lnml inliielxlor . . . irrvprcssillle . . . lnvorile 0i'Cllpillt0l'l. eating . . . Cnntonvs gilt . . . clxexnist. Tim towvr looles flown on tlw vntroncv to Alvxius-1 portals flirougll rvlricli pass tire runlergrrulrulla Jenorul crlge svoleors before, us juniors, tliey grorlrmte to Mmriii Building classes. .II Iin- N. oi fy. imnquvi for ilw fwllflltliii' fimnlpa, fivrry Iwiiier, 4'npfuillf'i1'c'I for '12, SHS qllifffiy ilvsirir' f'iI'lll'IOHS KYIJJS. ill'1lllIll1l5i6'f Iifllfilvf' C,5llIllifi :uni wgmriicvr ifoim Vxiiiizv si! in imzicgronnri. JEROME FRANCIS NEVILIE SI. ,iosvpilys iximmsh-ry , . . Ivrry . . . llligiliy Inunciy witim lin- loois . , . lnivii-mix vxpc-rl . . . Imniiy mzm . . . iroln El gre-.ul ixionnl iznniiy . . . relnii lllI'I'l'iliIl1i , . . unzusuming , . , Isngif-r . . . Hi'l'Ulll hips liii rc-vi-iIIm-H . . , piuggvr. FRANCIS MARTIN NICKEY iiiliiip nnci Jann-5 . . . Nimtii . . . wzwvs an isig siliiir-Inil ior lilo pnriisivrs . , . vnioyvmi iris euriy morning riric on lilt' 8:34 . . . an-nior fonnnillvc . . . L'iiIlif'?f'Il poiilivinn . . . piuiifeh-list . . . A'An- you Iiiriciin, lsllfiifi XVALTER ANTHONY NORRIS Corpus fiilrisli . . . Gus . . . nlcmiwcr . . . Iovvs Iin- Ixiounl . . . unli II10 giris . . . SUXZIY pinonisl . . . Hills Iint rf-min . . . young missionary . , . inh-rf-slesi in iunvf'rl IIIUVUIIIPIIIS . . . maui lin- ffuiii in In-il . . . oici inililiui. CHARLES MICHAEL NOPPINGER flur Lzuiy of INII, Cunuci . . .Xuppy . . . Imiis from ilssvx . . . roiier Siiiliillg . . . wnilz inn . . . Imoiif kl"PpPl' . . . CIIHIIH-Cllr . . . UNXYIIETPIS NiCkl'y'?" . . , Crusacier in junior your . . . Boy Sfoui . . . wiml iniiiim-ry. JAMES CRAIG O'HARA fwuliwmirui ,.., IC .,.. Uifrin go Bmgiuu . . . miiromis-r . . . lin' pimlog ior lin- Quiii , . . svnior ionunliilm' . . . cionlinvr-ring ciowogr-r on Iin- :Ingo . . A. oiiirini . . . ciisiusiion riuim Sliriiw . . . I,insIs1 Danni-Ii, JOHN JOSEPH O'NEII.I- Si. Ixlariiis . . . Onie . . . projcclion cIuI'J . . . vice-Aprexy . . . iour ya-urs oi unsliniing service' . . . .1 quivt irisinnzln . . . Ui iivv in fwntousviiic-I' . , . Viiimnics Brolin-r finrisiiznn Ivor giving us line Ailliil Nintcr . . . ciependaioie. RICHARD JOSEPH PAISST 5I. IXInry's UI cI1IYIHlS . . . Dirk . . . HYIIIIIII . . , lIIPf'I'Il'illIl'I' I-nr Iwo yn-urs . . . fills quill' in Iigun- nn mII4-r sImIv: . . . givm mgv DuroIIly Iliw .MII-il-0 In fxllllllmvln nncI fwulunin . . . Ifll!iIfilI4'II clip-pnppvr . . . mlmiu- 5uI1j4'r'I is Iulnll . . . juIIy. FRANK TIINIOTHY PARR Jr. SI. NI.urIi's . . . VIAIIII . . . HIYl'I'lilll4 npprlilv . . , Cunwm cIuIx , . . Tow:-r sIuI'I . . . Imss-ImuII IwirIer . . . rIrauuuIi4' sm'ivIy . . . cIwmIrnI l'IlgIIll'I'fIlIg . . . pn-If-re Irig . . , l1mIm-r4quu1I IuuIImII , . . IwIoII1-r cIiiIriIruIor . . . pc'rimIim.nI pm'fI1IIvr . . . l'0llSt'l'V2lIIY1'. SAMUEL ARTHUR PHELPS Fl. Ion-pIu's Nlurlnslvry . . . Fun: , . svninr cummiII1'4- . . . IIlrf-0 yl-:urs in IIw p1mI , , , sunn- pvrinrl on IIN' shlgrx . . . 1'xu'Is ns prim spinclvr . . . IIIPOGC' snmIwi1'In-S :UNI smie-nrv . . . Irvinglnn row- Imy . . . U5ImuIcI I sImvv my uppr-r Iipif' I'IIi'I'RO FRANK PIPITONE CIiIy CJIIIIUQP . . . Au' . . . nm1I1' an umm- in Ilis sImrI IIIIIK' Ilvrv . . . npp0nrIIr:iIis ful sImrt Iris promising IuuIIwnII rnrlw-r . . . In1I Au' rmnv ImcIi In Ilhlkl' INN k4'y illlfl IHISUIMIII SIIIIIHIS . . . Xvillllll IH' Il pilot . , . 1I1-IvsIS QTEIINISIEIIIIIUYQ . . . Spf-I-fI p4'rsuniIin-II, .IOSIiI'H ANGELO PIZZA SI. I.c'o's .... Im' . . . I,iIIIf' IInIy . . . spngIl4'IIi nmI nn-all Imllg . . , IImsc- Irips In IIN' nmrglm . . . sf-nior FOIIIIIIIIIPF3 . . . pixiIIuIf'rI pwplf- in sr'ImnI pIuy4 . . . rzmlf-en sp:-1-iuIs . , , MXIQ- nn1I Sunny' . . . IJNIQI- uiIIl Iivv Iirf-4 . . In-QI Inw-r. JOHN CHARLES POTOCKI Jr. Q I,uIrirIQ'w . . . I,nI , . . sIvIInr IrmnImnisl wImsc- Iuxnrilm- unIn'slm is Imm.-II Ivy In Irulnpm-I pIuycr , , , In-IIf'r Inh' IImn nvvvr Iypc . . . pvl pm-ve oI all ImrIwrs . . . 'I'uw1-r sInII . . . Iris nwzIuI m'nIIeCIion . . . sr-niur mnnnillvx- . . . Ile-uI1ocIy scIluIursIlip. Proynmm plvpurulimu I4-uIurvmI Gvorgv KIinn's lmslurh, wxpmlfy nlurw, ruplluiny lIu' nmorl. The Iron! ImIIu'uy, IIlv udivilivs of-ficv, uncl MII slmlegic poinls Imrl- urIialic YK'lllIlIIlI'l'S. AI llm cloor uf flu! Mcnrylrxrxzl Casualty, snniors in tnxvrlovs and their lcnlios in owning gowns pass Gvrry lwillpr, Frml Huslwunlvr, Brnflrvr Mcllcnlvrl mul Brullwr Alvin. VVILLIAM KING POUND fnilnvrlral . , , King . . . lxungric-sl . . . keeps tlle rulblwr nwny lnnn ilu' iuyw-ft lmfwkl-y gnnl . . . Innlivs llulnn-rl gn-vu . . . wniur unnnlillx-v . . . Sl. Xvillizunva srwinlih '... poliliriull in llw rzlw . . plllrlic' 141-rvnlll lor T4-n Hills area. VVILLIAM JOSEPH RATHELL IWSJC' Prvp . . . Rnls . . . lmrlc slur . . . SVlllZZl'S ovvr ilu' 210 clislnlwv . . . engvr lo lwlp . . . se-niur l'0lllllllllK'f' . . . pnpvr Supplivs llur . , 4 f-yvs ilu- llwrlirul prolvssiun . . . lm! lmy ns u lrf-slllllun . . vnrsily guzml nn lln- gricliron . , , printf-r. JOHN ANDIQEW RATIC-AN Jr. Rolnml Park Srluml . . . .lm-k , . . lxlimlgel :mel jnyvc-v lomlmll . . . lmrrliey squucl . , . Xavcriun ti1'Hll'IlIliZll lllny in l0'50 . . . knows luis grammar . . . mn- nl ilu- H-lwllrvv lx1llSlif'l0E'fSH . . Hgmilr' wlwn you suy lllnln , . . lnnguiml. JEROME JOSEPH ROKOS fvily ciflllfglf ..., lvrry . , . ligllling loollmll encl . . . svnior C0llllIlllll'0 . . . swimming h-mn splnsll . . . ilu' lllilll svivnfisl ul llw vllvlnislry lull . . . wlwilldi' ull your glasses" . . . sluslr pumpvr in Ilnf lmml . . . Ml rf-nfl in a lronliu . . . gale. FRANCIS DeSALES SANDKUHLER Si. l,uul's . . . Snmly . . . cluurlis lor llle climnuml squml . . . serv:-ml nppre-nliu-slnip on ulmmpionsllip jnyvmr nine . . . um-xcvllecl ml snlirilnr . . . pm-I pc-1-vv is lxluslning . . . "You m-vs-r run lc-ll" . . . pnrlinl lu Glvnn Milla-r nml Ylllxlill slmp, NICHOLAS ANTHONY SCHEEL Sl. Anllmnyfs . . . Nick . , . qui:-I 1-llim'iPnr'y on ilu' lilrrury slnll . . . nnuln-st Sf'll0lilI' . . . Ilw gnnm is no! olliriul unlz-ss Nifk is prcsc-nl , . . aulmirvs willy rmnpnniuns . , . Hxxlillfll llnc lymlgvrs' '... likl-S lln- lxlnunlvs wiflf' upvn spares. HENRY JOSEPH SCHENK TXTSJC Pre-p . . . Hunli . . . enlured Sl. Jos: in sixlll grmle . . . quietly coupe-rniive . . . clienlisiry llOlllPVVOfli . . . ul live in llmniltonu . . . always really lor an julia- . . . lop lliglut sri:-niisl . . . lmluncl . , , lnsrinnh-rl lry gridiron gznnv uncl Kay Kyscr. BENJAMIN CHAS. SCHUCHART Sl, lfviwclidis . . . Slmoli . . . PM-n hmli up ills' lrulllpvl nnll smun grace-xl llw rush-rs ul' ills- lmml mul urrliesirn . . . nvicl I4-nnis . . . an lmng-up clrivs-r . . . lllilli lwur . . UCTUI lu mln my lmul'ilien'pillg.2U , . glee Cluli . . sevlis pusilinn in name lvanrl. THOMAS VVILUAM SCOTT Si. Bvrnmrliimvis . , , Sroily . . . senior committee- . . . IHillliIf.fl'l' lil Vilfiily gfifl Sflllilll . . . llilfl IIPPII a Culw Imnlmlli-r . . , owns n lnrrossv sm-k . . . lull . . . lilivs srivilwv, ii 1- llervlivy. Nlullolvins- Cnrrull unrl llunling. THEO. VVALTER SCZEPKOWSKI Holy Cross . . . 'IH-il . . . Sl. .loc-'s Twig lc-uguv lmpo . . . sinuollu-sl lieliling mul lmnlcsi lliiiing seronzl saflufr Ballinmn- lms svvn in yr-urs . , . now prvlers llliral lmsv, znlh-r sumnu-I in V4-nnmil . . . lvig unwl lik.-Mile , . . nl lmpv l lllilliff ilu- lmig lilll4'.H . . . llz- will. CLEMENT STEVVART SMITH Sl. Rom- of ljnmvm . . . fwls-m . . . u 1-B slnlwnrl . . , usmilinl fflcmu . . . rllvrlivr in a lnunrlry . , . lililc more lxlluwlx-nlgv wulfl liurl you" . , . spa-isles wvll ol' lllc Quill. Luruilln' Dny, ulgf-lim. illlfl ilu' im-vilnlmle Tounny Dom-y. JOHN ERNEST SNELLINGER Sl. Joscplfs Fluimslvry , . . Snoop . . . Ra-ligium Aclivily mm-mln-r . . . mliscussion clulm . . . 1-lurulinu contest as supln . . , 'Trix-mls, Romans, ruunlryme-n" . . . printer . . , slay scraper . . . lurul ynlwl . . , Iesl lulao iyro . . . swuys willi Sannny Kayne. ,lil lllrouglr lim niglnl gvniul Iolmny Long lerl his Imml llmmgli vnlmnrinq fmnpos, lifting tlw fluncers to vcsfutir' lwiglnts us llmv glirlml over 1,10 lmllroom flour, Lung fu lu' wnmvnlwnwl wmv flu' lyrim sung lxy ,ll'l'HX' smlgslvvss Hvlzfn Young, null long In lm llwrixlrml. fwr unlugmpln mul flml of Iolmnv l.ong. ROl5liR'I' HENRY SOLYISISY .lr. lun-NI ljurll . . . I.4lI'ly . . , mlfm- frnppvrl llvml Ilan-4' N4-.usual lnulu-v num , . . lmrilom- wh., livvs un .Aliu R+...J . . , puinl un llu' 4-xlrzl-cllrrirullnr lmrnwzf In-n . . . plrlu-ml lnlmny lung us lwsl lm'--I IIIHHIIIN lN'l0fl' llll' ILHPIII. 'IHC JB IAS FRIQDERICK SPORRER ljlnilip mul .IZIIIIPS . . . Vllmluny . . . l5I'0lll4'l' xxrtluurl riglnl lmml mam in ilu- lilmrury lor Illrrc xl-:urs . . . lvunnngvs Gm-l jnyvc-0 iff- six . , . Tuwm-r Nhall . . . lllHXi1' ll5lll'I' . . . mlqivlivl pl1'a144"' . slump nmilu .xml Glvnn Nlillvr. RALPH C1.'XISRIIliI- S'l'RAPl'EI.LI Sain-cl llvalrl . . . R..IpIl . . . wrivrl ln-sl mlnr lm lnix nlauliy rnlv laul 51-.ur . . . also nnmml nuisivsl . . . -mu-r , , , alumni Qlmtulinn llN'flilllSl . . . rlxuwvr Nhnll . . . R. group . . . S1'lllllf4'1llllIllluL'l' . . . uuunliunisl . . , Ulle-3' xlurpluu . . lwp. I ,iff DNARU CHARLES STRONBERG NISKX Pu-p . . . l.:-n . . . lurcvslylc SXVillllllk'f . . up lrum ilu- gmrlvs . . . :mule-sl . . . lmwlvr . . . ills-nn Nlillvr . . . Nevin' Illini' . . . Englislu . . . Mlm: Nliglnllx' gall lm-H , . . quih' an lisll . . . Svvu-rn Irip . . . Hip.: I.:-n. I'AllI. AIDYSIUS STUBBS Sl. .'xllllI0lly'S . , , llillll . . . ru-vmlilur nl' Alumni 'llmu-I . . . -vniur vuullivf' unlnnillm- . . . jnyvvn' lnmlu-5 ns mplu . . . lnigln nw-rugs' , . . 4-ye-S nn Naxvnl Amuclu-lazy , . . nmlln-nmliu . . . ilXl2lliliIl . . . lluwlvr . . . "Xml lll'4l'N4ilflly' '.., t'1lYllt'Sl. .IABIIZS DAVID SXVEENEY Sl. lfclwiunll ..., lim . . . um' ul ilu' lirsl nn ilu- ff vm' 1-vm-ry' nmrning . . . liulv mul lxliflgvl iflllllklll . , . ll 0 lItli'li1'y 'UHUXXPI' . . . Yilliill l'f'iI1ll'K' . . . 1-niuyf litwmlulv ruursu- . . . prvlw-l vntffr . . . ll clrvilm ul Swl'1'ln'x' Will! Illl- fwml lililfli lluir. JULIUS XVENCESLAUS TAUBER Asn-vision . . . Squirt . . . viuiinist oi tilrvv yrurs stamciing . . ,iimsis . . . in' skates . . . int:-resteci in 2lPl'0IlilllHl'i . . . strong tor Anmricam ilistury . . . ixuy iXy'51'fS airing: 4 . . 111-vm unmlc-r tout . . . wunmi in jucignu-nt. HENRY COLEMAN TOLKER St, in.:-pilis Ninrlnstt-ry . . . Hnnii . . . senior tnmmittz-v . . . fluiii stnit . . . sports cciitur of iiinwvr . . . tour yr-urs un tin- imsiivtimii court . . . Ninryrle-ii tmwri . . . juurnniistii anninitiuns , . . imcst air:-W1-r . . suiizi Nvmin-r nl flu-sul fiity. JOHN XVll.I.IANl XVAGNER Siirim- nik tin- i.itti1- iiinwvr , . , Rm-mis . . . Bviair Rumi . . . fintmisviiis- :urs . . . URvnriing is my tmirimyu . . . iuyut tu tin- Purpim- :uni Cre-mn . . . riraunutir iiuix . , . riiiiiing QNIIIIIIHHHS . . . elgrvcnivif' . . . 4-suv going . . . wvii iiiimi. JOSEPH FRANCIS XVARCZYNSKI St. Niisixzn-iis, flu-rivn ..., iunior , . . Bail imwii on time iltfili pastures . . . ilUIN'S to iiuiiiii lung time nminitimm tu . . . UAH, Brutini-ln . . . iiistufy . . . SillI'Pl'P . , . ifing ririvs ill tin' ulwn ilir , . . Hill iw fm-vu xxitiu R1-tis Xvuglln-I, HOVVARD JOSEPH VVARFIELD I5l'l'IlilHI.S . . . cJ4'lIl'l'1li . , . fx. illltl SIDA' fiuim in vuriy yvurs . . , roiic riispcnscr imci Prilo ut ,SOL IIHIN' ...K lTlillllll9 YVtYflkl'f . . . IVYQUS ill IHS muriy nmrning slrvi-l nur rimis-5 uitii Nhiwy . . , stutiious alllllllfll :Il ll DONALD JOSEPH XVEISINOER St. IS1-iimrtliiu-R . . . Dun . . . wants pin-nty ut IIIUIIPX, an gucci iouixing fur ftilis before rationing, ami in protvssimmi position . . . nnotlwr npntilefary workvr . . . Lm-5 uruntry ns juninr . . . lmrix iiiwwisv. ,Utvr tiw bail I5 uvvr, loin: fH5oonvst to ivlurryul lhfturiv insists lomflv lflurwnce Hifi-zen with lwr wrap. Holi: xvmfnl mlfoitivfi in tllvir mirvums. 'lvlmy Cllllll? lu ilu' 01111 of U. pvrfuci Lluy. Fran,-z Suluumlllvr, llrllsuitrrllly UIIUHHIL Um sun' yllll Iooleillgf, says youll niglll fo flu' girl of 'iii fIl'I'IHllS, llw Iwmllvnlls HBn0ls.U NVILLIAM EARL VVILLIAMS Sl. KiltllCfillC,S . . . Xvllih-y ...A 4-Es Boll Hope . . . Iwo yu-urs oi orrllvslm . . . firlmller . . . glml Lmulm-r . . . vnjoys football und swimming, Engiisll, Kay Kyscr . . . smile . . . HHow'n: ilu-y coming. HH'Utlll'l'?H VVILLIAM EARL WINGOOD BISIC Pu-p . . . Xxyindy . . . iiluws Lis Lrnins out on ilu- ixnss lmm . . . has clone it for five yvurs and tllrivl-ml . . . "Don'l Le an irriciesccnl old fool, Nlxucf' . . . '30 IjIj'lIlIll,IlIl iwsl on llle maui I0 flu-url ffily . ilfllly lllilll . . . 0Hii'l' hfly. EDXVARD ANTHONY WOLF SI, Riluls . . . XVUH . . . DIIIliIilllC'S rlnnuliull in Sl. .lov . . . lung sln-1-l cur rich- fllflllfljfl pnlim-nlly Ly luwwln-figv sz-4-leer . . . no flnliu-r . . . Coin ron:-rior . . . mln ik hlIlIUfl'UVVH . , rlislilu-s luiomivs, rc-run-suis, lfllglisll. JAMES ANDREVV YANNUZZI Sl. .lust-plays of L4-c Slrvvl .... limmy . . . debnlcr . . . HIST' lil il CYPI' UJJOI' lllli V . . . l'llEll'lil C I L ni ll 1 y ll I I, g d jayve-4' rlmlnps. . . 1-njoys line-me wriling . . . good sturivni . . . nggrvssivu . . . lllhlll nlurvc-I . . . HH1"s an lm' Sin-vl Loy. KARL ANDREW YOST Sl. 1xllllJf0St' . . . Kay . . . "Tim liorcl iirnkc cluwn Bf0i'll'F" . . . man from Pimlico who ctiluckles . . gn-ui IYIISII ui Lair . . . UXVQ go! in rc-cl-Iwi tvzunv . . . gravy . . , Horisl from .lonquil Av:-nuv fmlvvr- tiSl'Illl'llU . . . plluhxgrnpiwr. PHILIP ANDREW ZINNER Surrc-J Hvnrl . . . Phil . . . urnillmlogisl Lui nu Quiz Kimi . . . nDnn'I :lure mon . . . liirmry slnff vvh-run . . , unulvlrusiw- . . . flrnwing und nu-ini prf'i,m'rrs'rI , . . Hom' 'mir . . . LIOOIIIPLI by nzune to Im L-ml mam . . Lui nul ivusl. Bill Th t 0l'lt"S l70iit. Vlilli' l'l't'NY'-'ilivll Sf'Zl'pli0VVSlil ilflll llilIlg0l'S'0n A ln! Qiln, lAllIl4'l'SOIl illlll ,loe l-l'5Hll'N'Skl. Bllfl ixlilllllS, All fllllllvl, Ijltll lx1tDlllf'l', illltl lsolm KilX'illlilllg ur aaf Anil so we rome to tlle encl ol tlie trail, pausing only lor a lingering loola into the llaming sunset ol our liigll selmool Careers lmelore we step ull into tlne dawn ol tomorrow's unclmarterecl patlrways. Vve will lbe renmemlmerecl, lmaelc tlmere. ln tlle lmallway gallery, 'ere long, tlme Class ol '42 will lme enslmrinecl. Anti tottering lreslmrnen, tiptoeing lor tlme lirst time tlarouglm tlme cluslcy llall to tlae stuclies' olliee, will pause in timicl reverence l3elore our imagecl laces ancl lmope will glisten anew in tlmeir eyes. On tlme panelecl plaque at time loot ol tlme nmain stairway, eonvenient lor every eye to see, SOITIP ol Olll' IIHIUPS EITC' pf'I'p!"tllZltPfl ll0I' FlFlllf'VPlTlPI'll in oratory, elocution, cleelamation, anal tlelaale. Anti lor tlme tlmings tlmat we lmave clone will we be rernemlmerecl. Soonest to mincl comes tlmat most sucfesslul ol prommms witlm tlle socialmle .I0lllllly l.ong ancl Helen Young. Altllouglm alter paying lor tlme ticlcet, tlle corsage, tlme Cala, ancl tlme supper we returned lmome alter tlme lmall was over as larolce as a sllatterecl mirror, it was well wortlm it, an evening ol 6IN'llilIllITl6'I1l, UNC l0l'lQ to ljff I'txIl1Cl'l'll39l'PKl. fltller people ancl tllings we see in retrospect. Tlme actors among us-,loe Luclwig, Bob Blurto, .loe lrelancl, Holm .lamison, .lerry l.intler, Dirk Bal- nmert, ixloe Boettinger, .l. .l. Garvey, .l. F. Garvey, FFHIIL lxl0l'1ZlI1, l:l'ill1lC lXII'Sl'lZlI1f', lJ0l'l lxlfiylliiln, Tony Franco, some ol wliom were tlmespians in lour surressive annual plays: It Pays rlio Arlvertise, Nvlmat A Lite, You Can't Talie It Vvitln You, anti fCSlllllilIl's ill't'illll, or lullngillg imlmilrfl .lulllm anti Nilk e a I, O O O O O O O Room Service. Atlmletes too numerous to men- tion, inelucling many state rlmampions in tlieir particular lielcls-in lootlmall, All-ixlarylancl, All- Catlmolic Paul ixlurplmy, All-Catlmolie .lolrn Detorie ami Jolmn Barryg in swimming, Cllarlie Broz Dailey, repeater in tlme 220 lreestyle, Bolm Lange, limreast strolce swimmer cleluxe wllo gave tlme most tlmrilling perlormance in time slate meet: irm lwoelcey, memlners ol league winning outtit, in- clucling classy performers Jolmn Barry, Jael: Dolan, Paul lxlurplmy, lwlel lNlcCormiclc, Tom lVlcTeague, Don Fallcenstein, Franlc lxlielcey, ancl King Pouncl. Vve will remernlper certain outstancling person! alities ol our Class. Tlmey are listecl elsewlmere in time senior poll lmut we cannot lorloear mnentioning liere popular .lim Everett witli l1is unlmunclefl energy, gentlemen llroz Dailey and lmis yeonman long time serviee lor tlme tanlc team, organizer anti peppy Boll lxlurto, sturdy Tecl Sczeplcowslci, tlme go-getters wtlo trampecl tl'lTOUQll tlme lengtlm ancl lmreacltl1 ol lair Baltimore laringing llome tlle acts- liill Furst and Sandy Sancllculmler especially. We are leaving lnelmincl us some good lriencls, wlnorn we will remernlmer as tlley will rememlaer us --'rl-lie Bf0llll'fS, OUT l0iiCl'lPI'S, 1'0lll'l'lf'S, FOITlpanl0l'lS, aclvisers-goocl lrienclsg lmut we are talcing Willm us many tlnings-traditions, a cleep reservoir ol tlwat intangilale llxing we Called spirit lrom wlxielm, olten, wc will draw in vrurial times to come. i e rail-lmirrls are lfranlc Rit-slit-ek, George Klein, .lim Kircmner Juniors 4 . . , . . . I lr-I nm: I . I. I mu-rx. Iv. II. 5I.nIIvr. I'.. I. Fuprmxia IL. .I. Sn:-I-an-y, I. N. I..n11Isi1-, I5rnIIn'r I.:-my. I. A. Ruppe'I. I. I.. I,lIIIxIll4IIl. I. XX' II4m.u1I. II. XXI. Ixvmp, II. II. .I.nm--. N-r'nmI row: NI. X. tnmlll. Iv. II. I'.rIw.ur1II, II. 5muII. X. I. X. II..m.mI. II. R. ISM-HI.. L.. R. II--IIm.um. I'. .I. 5rIm.n.nIv. I. XY. NIurpIuy. S. 5Ia1Ium-. I. II. IInrn-II. 4I'IlIr4I fIIXXi I'lIIIlI1lII, Ii. Ie4'l'N1', II. ISIIIIIII, KIUIII. R. I. II.urmn. .I. I4-fum, II. XX. IXPIIIIIIIQII. R. I,. I'Iynn. I.. IJ. Ia'nIiIna, I..mIm-r. I -IIIITIII rms: I. KII-1-llmll, lui. SIPIII, vI4Ipp1'II, IIullII'r, .I. Fla-u1IsugI4-r. I' X. Iv.III.ugIn-r. II. XX. RuIIu. I"irIl ruw: II. II. IIf,IIm..n. IIA. Y. Ilmu-rx, I. IIIIIIIQIHIIII, II. I. Xxzugllvr. II. I. I'.1Isx.nr:II. IImIIwr NIyI1-I, I. IInsIxon. I.. II. II.-im. II. I. R-xI4I1m. If. XXI. XYIIKIQIII1. I.. .I. IIvnn. Sa-CumI nm: IJ. XY. I,l'I.1IlIlll'y. I. II. rXIIuIvruuIi. I'. IIWI-ns, I,. IIUIIIIUY, KIIIIIIIIIII, II1liIXNilIIIl'r. FII. Ieyilll, XR. NI.uIx.nr. R. I. firIxxI4 I. R. Ii.-Ily. IIIIIINI row: R. IIII5rif'n. I. A. Rm-sw-r, .I. I. XYiIlv. If. .I. IXIIITIIIIY, XV. .I. IIuIInImn. R. R. Ix.uuiIIy. R. II. N.uysIe-n, XV. I. NI1'IJ1'I'lIIlIII. .I. Ii. Ilnwllvy. Il. II. I'.xII.nn. I. IA. Iii4I4I. I"uurIIr mw: I.. I. I'ISSIIllg4'f, Y. IIi1Iu-rwn. II. IIornixIQ. II. I. SIIW-I. .I. .I. I2uinI.m, II. I'n-III-mk. I. 'If RMI!-fly. I. V. II..N-IImI'I. I.. If Ihllmn. Irirxl rum: R. I. II.n11II. I. .'XrI.unI. I. XI. Nfunrv. R. I mum: Il. I . II.urriI,. IIrnlIn'r I.uIw. I. XY. SIIIIHIII, I. Ilrillgmw. I. IJUIIIWIIQ, Rim'-IIHIQ. Igruull. SNOIIII FUWZ I.c'4'4Il. Inbgllv. VXIWIIIIHX. rI1'I2lldy. I. 5tIlt'I'IIl', Iv. I. In-Il. I. flll'lIlll5IxI, .I. IX.n.umgIl. II I. IIom'n-r. XY. I. Ifrmsn. VIIIIIHI row: I. I.. IIQ-In-1l1I.ul1lwr. I . R1-lrIl, IIlpwII'y, II. NI1In.lImn. Iurnvr, II. II4'llll1'wvN. XI. INUINIIII, I'.llgt'fN, I.. II. IJe'r41Il. I'. I. II.uIu-r. II. I. XInX.unn-5. Iirxl nm: II. Silmm. II. I. IIc'rl1.IrmIfiIum'5Iii, II. IIIIXI-I. I. I.. Nm-III-II. R. I.. II.mI5. IIrulIwf 5I.1Im'uIm. .I. I. I'ur-I. II. II.n's-x, NI. Xvisnis-xxsIii. A. VvsIuu'iI. II. King. SI-:muI nm: I. I. XXIIIUIRIII. IIA. IJ. xIlI,I'IIllHII. I. R. IIwI1z'rIy. 5. I'iu-ru, IIIIYIIIUII, .'XJwI. I. II IIiIIm'r. If. Y. xI.IIIm1. If. XXI. II.lIvigIluriI. I. XY. IIinm'Jur. 'lllirl ' ' ' ' ' ' . r.. 1. x1.1I.-f. I. A. le,g.1.,... xx. c. le...-.. M. xy. IQIIIII. XXI. II. I'IIIII1'24III. I. II. 5IrmnIIs'rg. II. V. SHIIUII.-II. I. XIIIII. I-.IH-H. I,. XIIIII-r. InurII1.nm: I. I. FI:-Tvni, II. I.. I.x.mI. Iv. II 5I.mIw. II I . I.II1. I. XI.1Inm-. I . I'. IIIII.nn. 1. 'flu-y' we-rv sopliislicutc-rl . . . You may i..II us "Sir," you yylio slruggle ye-l in Ali-xius llull nncl you wlmo lmw- lmut late-ly rrossc-rl ills- gre-ul clivimll- nncl sil sinh-ly lx-lwef-n llic- souncl-prool walls in llu- wc-sl wing. Anil you may ill'ilNN' inspiration lrom llu- rc-forcls wc- lmvc- lc-li you. XV1- lmyz- pu! usiclf- ilu- yyiclc--lmrinnm-cl llilt, ilu- rollccl-up cull, mln- scarlf-l sllirls, nncl go our quiz-I ways in lu-1 mixing clignity. Sinlwurl in lmocly, 4-lc-vc-r in fonclucl, lJrilliunl in niinrl. vvrsuiilc- in mlnic-vc-me-ni-lo, ilu- iuniorsl Tlu-5' c'ulfi1'cll1-fl ilu- urls . . . lo ilu-ir Vllllllfill lu-riluuv ilu- lc-zlrnz-cl juniors aulclf-cl lllf-ir lmii. Slolioyvslxi, Tosfnnini, Barlow, UI' cllllllliiilll lllily ll0l HS yl'l IHIYC lN'ilI'fl ol l1lllSiv liilllS ,lilIlIf"S ISYOXYII, Rilillilffl RPGSP. .lillIH'S ,AXlS0- lxroolx-lmul ggiym- ilu-in lim:-. lDc-you-vs ol ilu- Jus- lllllilll iiilfll' XN'lll XX'9ll'0IIll' H1 CIEIYS lo FUIIIEE llli' . . ' " ' pIC'I'4'IllQ lPQill ilIHllN'S6'S ol ll0lJEllPTS C YPOTQK' l4.llNVEll'flS. cIQ'I'ill'Cl 5CilN'0l. l'I'illlli CrilllilQl1f'I'1 illlll lf'l Olll' sc-nnlorinl lililmsie-rc-rs lx-yyilrc ol this saunf- group us orulors. ililu- ll'l'lJSllillUl'l'illl nrt will lx- 1-nlmnrm-cl lmy ilu- Qruu-lul gyruiions ol Frunli Arlliur-Nlurruy fiuslu-n, l.ouis lDf'l'SKill, Tom Jmm-s, mul .loc- Rigfrlon. .l0lIl'llilliSIll will: its mlm-signnimg, linole-umfiul lllillilllg, wrilingj, plloiogruplly, PIHQRIQP llu- nrlisiic' inh-rm-sl ol lrrunli Hennessy, l.ou Dc-rsc-li, Paul llnrris. Clmrlf-s Cllallx. .lim Nlurpliy. .lc-rry UVA nlc-urn. llnn llinslf-y. i -1-I, K, A, Sip:-N. li. A. iliulluriun, ll. lj. Uullon, J. .l. Norris nom nm Nun an f- ro N HP l n I lf X hun, c I Q ll lllx I fllblll N - l . . . . X imrl, liNlN'y, .'xllIllllll'f. KIU s I 1 ur X I lllll 1 l l llixll-nhl. Xllx y mms- 1. .f- f - - f if---rf 11.4. , ---.rms -nv-rf-W. --i ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, an-H -N nm: V. fi. 5h-4-4lm.m, .l. lf. llurlon, l. lic-rriylwilin, lf. l,. SI..1l. l f llulsx llmllu r N unu 1 I in :nm r .luniors iuu tlus- auuilitoriunu pvriocl ol, a rliiu-szlay . . . tluosa- lluutuixt anml lui-twt-4-uu tluinl anal lourtlu pm-riocls . , . tluat ww-lily allhairs wlun-uu vnu un-vc-r luuvw wluat was uuiuuiuug--uuuoviu-s lurvatlu ol' 4-xluilaraling oxygvn to luruslu out tlui- roluwi-lus ro lwtlurv, pop-lallx, or a gooil olfl lulooil anml tluuuuclvr l'lH'!'li'll 1, lvrln-il llllftllg an iuutvruuuiluaululn- lnillyfliw- lllllllltl' slrvtnlu , , . St UQPIII Ulu 4 KOYYII. ' 1 I I L u clown iuuto tluu Nliclgvt squacl as welll. to allow tlun- 4-ouut'om'tiouu, Uxo luouuuc-xxorli luecausm- ol lularlvout." junior spirit to uuualu- itsellv lui-lt tluvrr--.lolun Furst Souuuc-tinucs Nornuan flwvuus lc-lt a sliglut twingv anct Franlx 'l-ippvtt giving tluf-nu luaclcluouuv. ol' c'ouusi'ieuuu- lor sauvrilqiviuug tluc- livvs ol luis l'f'lHA Srucrvr was nuorc- ruxmlusivfu. Nlauriu- fjuill, .linu tivvs at tlui- rats- ol ouu- a lortuuiglut lor tluv salcv Nlurpluy, Hill Kolulluoll ran lui- vxpcwtml to rvpt-at ol lu-c-ping luis jug rmorcl clvar. fltluc-rs sv:-uuuf-rl stvllarpc'rl'ornuanu's uuvxt yvar. Vvfuwc-rc'sc'iurf0 iuu to luavv arquirvcl a rvlislu lor p. un. sessions in luaslcvtluall. witlu only l:ranny Kirlrl. Bill l:iuunvgan. Nl-Sol, ljranlx Ralston ancl Ray Ziclwiflc, lor in- auucl .linu Ste-vvuus on tluv varsity squacl. .lolun stauucv. lbowuuvy antl l.ouis llviuuu splasluml lor aluuua uuuatvr Xvv luacl our sluarv ol anuusiuug inf itlvnts in rlass. iuu ilu- pool at tluz- Alcazar. ln luass-luall llasluy For one- re-asouu or anotluc-r wc wi-rv pre-part-cl to pc-rloruuu-rs tlHillIClf'1l Nlaurirc- fjuill, Hill liiuuuucugan. lauglu wluvuu1'w'r certain ont-s opvuuc-rl tluvir uuuoutlus: Stvvc' Nlalone. lf:-rrly Simon, witlu luis prvowlupatiouu witlu 1-tluz-rc-al ,. . lic-uuuininity: .lolun Kaulvnuan, lulurting out irrvl- lluvv mufovwl tluvruusvliuvs , . . , - I . ' ' 1-vamfu-s alt:-r walcuuug surlcteuuly lronu a rat-nap: All was uuot lulc-ali. Scluool was not always Paul Connor, witlu luis c uizziral. luuuc-xp:-rtccl 4 uvs- , I I luuuuuctrunu. lluv rlrc-all ol jug lor lailurv to clo tions: lrranlx fiolclsnuitlu, witlu luis luulululing wi-ll luouuwworlt was ovc-rc'ouuuc- luy tluc- nverl ol' 1-xi-rrisiuug ol 1-ntluusiasuuu. ingc-nuity to avoicl luotlu jug ancl luouuur-worlx. Navy It was a goofl yvar, tluis tluircl ol ouur luiglu svluool. llauuvarcl spent luis stucly pf-riorls planning luis XV4- will loolt luaclx upon it witlu pls-asauut me-uuuf uuuvtluotl anft Consiclfurs luis lui-st 1-llort tlui- aurrvptc-cl orivs. Altcr tluc' Nlass ol- tluu- llolx' filuosl, ra- ltrotluu-r lit-orgv on llui- svn-1-uu-liglutsl uuuuung lrouuu lluu- lxtonastc . rXiurliru'x'isuu.ul aizls in 1-s'ouuouuuir's, llui- Calm- as tluv noon luonr nn-ars. - 'Y Sophomuures.. .... Iluougjlu sopluouuuorm-s turf- uuuc-rc-Iy Ire-sluuuui-uu iuu long suuuitlus. .Ioluiu Ima 1-up fvorctouu xI.utuIo1uis. .Iiuuu pulllts. tIu4- Xlouuutls floss ol all is au gn-.ut Iuuuumlu. Xxlf-In-r. txII'I'IOIl xlmfturv. Ilauul Nlurptuy twluo No Imur 111-ml In- In-It Ior St. loc- wluvuu IIN-5' Iumouuuu- fuspirvs to Inc- au wit. Iuut Iiuucts tlum' Iaust IuauII Iuauuxtvr sc-niors two yi-eurs Iuc-me-. Iluf-sv Iaucts surf- um-uu ot to uuuiulu- Ilueuuu tluc- IirsII. mul Iouuu Curriuuu xsluo uuttiouu ouu full Irouuts. spiritual. iuulc-IIc'rIlluuI .null uuuaurts- Igrotluf-r filuristieuuu IooI4 to Iuis Izuurf-Is. .utlulu-tic. 'IIN-y nun grin wluilf- tzuliiuugj it ouu Iluc-ir II you tiki- Iuigluc-r tluiuugs iuu Iilk-. NIIIKII aus uuuusii. totlmtiw- ituiuus. XXYIIPII au clriw- is ouu, rleussc-s ZA. I,JiII I.f-c-flu. .Ioluuu Ituuttr-rluotil. Noruuueuuu Suuuuuuut-rs, 2IJ or pc-rc Iueuuurc- lf. foulcl usually Iuc- rouuuti-ct on Ionu II41-If-r. Iifl IIoItuuu1uuu. mutt Ijrzurulx .Iorauuu um- fut to Iiluislu olu top. Iluvir tfwumlue-rs will IJYUIIIIIX iuu- your sc-ruin-. Ioruuu you tIuaut tIuc-rv is pli-uuty ot Iilc- iuu tIuz- oI1I Iuu rm-Iigious aurtixitim-s, Ilui-rv is iuotluiuugj IzucI4iuugj. fttuss ya-t. witlu Dm-auouu Duuuuli-r, fic-rry Sctuzuli, .IoIuuu During tlue- ye-.ur, I'JrotIuc-r Ii:-uu.uuu In-Itl sxuuy our-r II:-rtc-sc-ss, Ijrc-rt Sctuuuc-iflc-r. .Iolulu Suuuittu. fausiuuuir JF: Ijurottuc-r fizuruuif-r CIIIIIIINPCI ztf: Iirottucr filly Riuzutis zumt Ifrmutx Xxiaugjrui-r I1-mtilugj tIuc- peurauctc-. iuuspirm-ct 2I3: I5rotIuer Yiuuu-uut Iauuglue-cl xxitlu zfz It is 1-xr:-ptiouuzul to Iiuuft sopluouuuors-s ouu wursity Ijmrotluf-r Riuurzlus tIlf'lIUI'f'II. 2II: .incl Igrottuf-r NIEII' uutlulvtic' tvzums, Iuut tluvuu IIuis is mu vxu-ptiouuuul tiuu .Ioluuu tue-Ict clown 2.'X. sopluouuuorf- cteuss. NI1-I III-1-I1-r auuuct Ifrl forum-Ity Nfutureully tluvrc- is couusizlc-u'iuIuIv .uluility ilu Iluese- Iuc-Ipc-it spzurli Ilw clumuupiouusluip Iuorlivy If-auuuu to mlaussvs. Souuum- ol tIu4- uuuost couusisti-uut unuuuuc-s ouu vimtoryg Iluf- auIorm-mc-uutiom-QI gentle-uuu:-ru, IIi1IQ tluc- Iuouuor roII un- I,ouim- Ifritz, Ifrmulc Xxiuuguum-r, Ifcl Isre-Ius zuuuct 'I-ouuu I:itzg11-rauItI gnu- tlwir 1uII Ior ttuc' Swuuuuuu, .Ioluuu Igiuttc-rfte-uu. .Iiuuu Syzuuuuuuuowsld, Iireuuuli rtf-fur oltt Nxxlnueu Nlsute-rn on IIN- Qrirtirouu.-tire-Ius Iizutluouu, Don Ifrc-mlu. .IoIuiu Russo, II:-ruuiv Ifm-Ius. .unit .IoIuuu Itowe-II auictx-QI Itue Iuutlc-ring .Ituy Iutus .IOIIII IiYl'lIlIs. XVIIIIII I,0III0lIs. .IIIIIII Ilfrtrsfss, In-tc-'rusz ,Ioluuu SIixxuu..Ioc-Suuuitlu,aulucIUII1-luu'yu Iiluv I'Ptf'IJu1urtvI.IfcI I.auue-r.uuuucICaustluzulis. In-Int clown positions on tlw sruffer tviunu: Ifct I..uuc-r xxitlu Iuis mum- auuuct quauw-riuug voiu-, IIilIl'IlPl'SOIl, .Ioluuuuuy Ki-rr, I.ouiv BIuc'IIcr auuucl .IoIuuu Snuittu witlu Iuis stirring pieu-, .uuuct Yiuuu- fluzurlif- Nturpluy wr-rv menulur-rs ot' our small Iuut Ijitzptutrii-I4 witlu luis ftaurlay cliautc-at Iurougflut glory to Qaunue- swimming tvzum. I'JiIIy swam om- Ie-g Ior Itue soplus iuu ttuf- ilIIl1IIklI 1-Iomutiouu couutf-st. 'I-ony Itue stutf- mluauuuupiouusluip uuuc-:IIs-y re-Iauy tzuuuIi I4-zum. I,0poIi coppm-QI au stuutc--wictv uuuusii smIuoIaursIuip to Intuit- Fritz, Vimf- FiIZlJflIfIliIQ, guml ,Ioluiu ,If-iuI4ins Iii-auluocty Institut:-, auII ol wluirlu auiuuit Iueuy. uuuistvr. uuufurlc- tIu1- luowliuug twuuuu-mu nrcouuuptisluuuue-uut in Iior zuuuuusrum-uuts ttuc-rv aura- aulweuys Iluf- class iolu-f itsf-II, Inst rauux 1 II. It Xxfug lun-l, I. II KI .uuuiu ing, I. .X fi uutuu Iriulu. I'ir-I row: IJ. Xiu-uuuurt muliu sIQi, R, .I. Si-1 cull nl. Ilia-rpolut. I. .I. Y .u:- Ilu. I. I. NIIIYIIIII, Iirotlur-r XIzurIin IDI uiu, II. I. Y-uIIll77I, XV, It. ISIIIIIJIIMIII. XV. II, Sluuittu, Iimtluu-r Riuuritus, I. I,. Iivu, IS, S. 1' ruuuuurur, il. NI. 'I' riuu it--, 'I' S. IL--I ---. R. XX' IL urr- I I XX'im--fling. I. A. I.iIun-rto, I". I. K ru-s slr-in, .I. XY, Suuuillu. N-I uuuur I iruu u- U. XY. IIau4IxIa-u, fi. I.. Xloxla-u. I.. iXIiIIImrn, SUIIIIIII row: A, I. I'uauiI4-v. A, Ii. IIuIuIuur4I, .I, I, txluuslu-II. I. XY. Siu uuu.uuu.. ut-Li. I. Ii. lim-uu. fl I. NI.-u-II ruuu is. I N I I.. Ihusw. R. I.. Iiuuluuug. I. 'If tk uuru- y. B. I. 'llun-Sw, I., IJ. Y u-iur Iitii. I. Ki. IX-r 1-iu In-rg:-r, It. .N IIopIuiuus, .I. ff. Ifvvlius, fiouIn'I,.I.A.Krllp.Z,II.XY.IIilI1'Il1'rsolu.I'..I.Ntullviilrr. Iiluint II. Ii. I.im, 'Iluinl nm. I. IS. tml.-, N. If Su uuuuuuu--r s. If V. ron: I, Cl. Ii.urI. I. If. NI-IJ tuiutuur gli. E. II. I.uuuu--r. I. II. XVI-In-r. R.muIis. I. P. It-II .-r, I. II. II. uruuutuuu, I. IJ. IJ tuuui I f-r, I. IQ. I. II. Iirupp, XY. If IIHII ufuvu. I'. XY. Iiaum-I. I. XY. If-nkiuus. IH-rtf-sr--.. I.. .-X. Iritf. :X I. il ...Iu Imtu, IJ. IQ. I ru-uut lu. I -uuuu ul. II. 'I'. NI .-uu slum, If. I I3 --iu us. I' .Iuu rut. rtuuu - U. Ii. NXMILI-r. nm: XY. I5 I'oIIu.uuus. I. If. IIimIu-rsoiu. Y. Ifotvpuutrimtx. I. I. Iionuum-ruulu, fionm-Ilu. I. Stuilulzuluvli. Il. XY. I fiom 43 firlnxlurxvvr. Sl tu...-I ......y0uI'lg, OKLJ QFLOM, Not only clicl the sophs the large nuniher ol yarsity herths, hut they practically monopolizeci St. ,ioe's excellent jayvees this year. Among the rhamp gridiron giants were Herhy Holciriclgfe, .toe Hellman, John hlulgrew, Gil l.eppert, .iohn Good- rich, ,iohn Howell, ,ioe HU." Dickerson, .iohnny "Longfellow" tfyelius, .lack Roherts, lfranli iiathon, John iiatterclen, ,lark Uuillott, .lim Nic- Uonough, ami Tom Curran. Jayvee haslceteers incluelecl Carl Yannuzzi, ,tacit fiooclrifh, .iaclx fiuillott. Xvarner Xvelrll. lry fioorlrirh, Holt- man, ,ioe Silli, .lim Dee anti Don Kelly. .iayvee sou-erites were Tony Sctrneeli, .lolm Kerr, Pete tiartel, .iohn Vencletti, ancl Rolancl l.ayoieg puclcsters, .lack Roberts, ,iohn Nlaslxell, anct Tom Zeller: ancl cross country speeclfclemon Xvalt Pearce complete this outstamling list. in the managerial Llepartment the sophs scorecl again with .iohn Xielenovsliy, Dirk Shimaneli, try fioorl- rirh, .loe Zeiler, .iohn ljarlcer anti iioh Koons. Some ol the mainstays on the Nliclget loothall team were ,iim Vveher, .loe Karl, tiarny 'liars-soo, ,iohnny Russo, .ierry l"aulstim'h, ljirlc liaynes, Tommy ixlclyermott, Hill Niaas. .iohn lxlayers, .loe Pete Hulsehosrh, .ioe Caruso, lfranlx Dell Grosse, ,ioe Reymann, rlohn Vvolt, Carl Yan- nuzzig the Cuhs--John Ahell, Eflciie Swann, .iohn Connolly, Emi. Narutowicz, Ross Carmen. Al Ryan, Lou ixlanno, tint tiihhons, timoh iiare. Ray Buchanan, ixliclget haslieteers-Ray tiare. ,iohn Ahell, Lou lxianno, and Joe Vaeth. This list inclucles neither hasehall nor the other spring sports, tennis, goll, trarli. Sure-liire ranclidates are John Batterclen, .iolm Xveiteniiamp, ,larlt fiuillott, ancl ,iaflc ciooclrieh. The lwount Tower stall ilN'llltlPfl sophs Tom Darhy. .lohn Smith, limi l.auer, Casimir Razulis. .iohn Dumler, .iohn Pertesess, Rohert Kooms anal .lanies Derenlmerger. The latter was flass eclitor lor the annual. It seems that .iohn Smith, Cas Razulis, .iohn l'ertesses anti ,iohn llumler ranit he lu-pt out ol any activity. They are also on the stall ot the peppy little Religious Activities' sheet, The twount firusarter. The sophs are not exaftly quiet as mice hut strangely enough they rio not hoast any rheerleaflers from the Class ol '4,1. The memhership roster ol the popular Camera filuh lists Charles ixlurphy as the only soph shutterfhug, hut we hear heis quite capable at the photographic' game. Senor Carlos Franklin travels Ita- longest clistanre to sfhool. He hails lronl Caracas. rapital city ol Venezuela in South .'XllN'I'it'il. Sophs also entered less strenuous lielcls. ln! stallecl as nimpsu on rla- fQuiti statt are sevoncl year men, Cas Razulis, .iohn Pertesess, .iohn Smith, .lohn Uumler, .iames Bowen ami Bernarrl Xvagner. All ol' these reportorial masters are gjracluates ol Tim Frosh, the sprightly yearling! journal ol last year, sinre rlelunrt. Keep an eye out lor their worlx in luture issues ol the fguill. strutting the aurlitorium hoarxls on high heels was .iohn Smith. liiirla. in Hlelllllll St'l'Yit'f".u lirolht-r Nlartin ,lohn tallxs ul Xianning, Usrar liarlsley, Con on X u ionic, ,lim Bowen, ami .lohn Harmon 'tha wh- las muatro slasvs. elm- espanol." we quote limthvr tihristian. l.:-lt to Nlaliing re-arty lor the long grim right: lirolher tihristian, .toe lJreisa'h, Lou Alum-ller, lioh litlwarsls, .lov Strolnner. they have a lot ol hoolis to sell onre 1 uy fiarner, ,lohn ilirarr-y, Norlwrt Norris, llenry Fil l'at fic-rahty, llaul Xlurphv. ul' the lreshnu-n going to mia t t hm liattenlen, .lim liarnu-n, tiharh-s iiihrilt, Bill lx-wir. terry ljaul tich what high srhool is lilie, -viii EW 1- fr ? l'l0ll! irfl mu: 5Ir4v'Iulm-r, I.rIu.mIx, X.vlnl4'Ix. X. 5, Kklrrmxxekr, If, fu. IIr.nIxImlm'. IImtIw-I Ximx-nl, II. I I7l'lIlIIl'lIx, t'IH'f. 1 , QIIIIINIIIN, IXl'IlQl'T. x Ifuwy. ,m-sm1fI nm: I. I'. Ifinri, I. .X FIu.uIvr, I. 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Willis llas lu-vu a Qoocl lrvslunan class, No Sll'illlQf'f5 to tlu' llonor roll. llwy llavv nol lam-n louml wanting on ollwr occasions wlwn atlllf-tix' talvnt was rx-rluisitiom-cl, ljills-4-In laculty 1111-1114 lwrs impart tlw lulowlvclgjv to ilu-1-igln llolm- rooms ol tht- class ol 13. -l-ll0Sf' lll l'lil5S l.x ilfl' lll IIU flilIlLff"l" ol lH'lllQ clraltc-cl as yvt, lll0lILfll tlmy arv SX-I in all aclivitim-s. . . . Sorwrist fivnv clilllilffllllt' ratcs as most popuf . . . r . lill' . . .lQll01'lAll'Ill. Sl llIll'Illl'lA. l,l'YlIll illlll mlliil dll' ancl lor its t'lllllllSlilSlll .... lliminuitivv .laclf Skt-IIX lrom Culma is an au' Sllllllill' along witll lrrox folly ami fius llialltowslxi. Nlount Qricl teams tolli-rtc-ml lj stars lrom lfi- folly. volz, lloss, llialliowslii. Xvf-itz. K1-ily XXYillSll, Xxiilliams, fiatti, Srlmultz, lil'lAlhlll 5l'lliH'lll'l' ancl fvilxlmons. liilivnlmurg, frrill am Srlratz got cwllll cage- lvtti-rs . . . Xvilliams aml lloss swim . . . 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FN." mf I JU lttlt HI Those tittte people with the tmright taces, the reacty laugh, anct the peppy spirit-they were the memhers ot the junior high, 26 strong. ctenizens ot Nt-205. a room hancty to the new stairs tor that extra recess. Schotastiiiatty they were little cteinons, clinging tenaciousty to the honor rott. Tommy Tippett, .linnny Kirchner, .toe Shipley, .toe Xvatterhoeter, anct Jim :Xwatt were setctom ott the clean s list. tn sports the mitey neophytes were artive on Cuh teams, John t.oughran, ,timmy Kirchner, Ken htalton, Jim Xveiget, antt Vvatter Kain showing promise ol heing tuture Gael greats. The preppers coinprisect an entire unit ot the C.S.Nt.C. anct eontrihutect generously towarct matting Christmas happy tor the negro mission in tiictge. tts 0l.littPI'S. acting also as class otiticers, were presictent tjaut Utiter, vice-presittent .tarnes ti-l'fXtitll'i', St"l'l'l-'tilfy ,l0tlIl t.0llf.ft1t'ilIl, Eltllt KPN Ntatton. they flirt their part in the present vrisis. writing letters to menilpers ot the arrnect ttorces to huitct the rrouit with tirother Vinient in tront surges ahont at ilu- tmntire nutty, tin-tit prior to ttn- fwntxvrl gnine. ttigtntigtlts ot the pep session were ther ettorls at impromptu speectles matte tty Stitlttitft gl'tftll1'f9 YVIIU tf'ilfI'ft Htl Pllfxtlly tttltitytel' yttt ttfttklit at oratnry. t'irst rim: A. ixtyt-rs, t. tt, tippi-lt, tr. htartin, .t. - ,H -. , . Eutlivan, t. t. txirrtmer, lfrottu-r ttitaire, R. ti, Nelson, tl, Srtnn-itler, ft. fi. fiaryey, ti. tw. Ciatti, Branitt. Seromt row: Shipley, Vt. Xvinterting, Xveiget, t.. i v f 1 r XX f'l!txl'f, Iillltt, illtl'ftlUtl4'f, cl. txlltlll, .t. t, txlllgtlrull. .Anrtvrson, cioget. t,. tttlter. ron: tt. ttigfton, firmer, Ntntton, .Aus-att. VX. t.. tXain, up their morale amt to assure them ol a rememe hranre in their prayers. Several were moctet plane enthusiasts anct eontrihutect rnoctets to the sfhoot projert tor the government. t.ee Higtton, tiernie Ciatti, Gerry Kuhn, anct t.arry NVQ-ntxer matte prartieat use ot their tiotntxy in this respect. Stamps as a hohhy were most popular with tjaut tlhter, .toe VXtatterhoet'ter. tfct Sehneicter antt tint Sullivan. tn the untterrtass llilStiFttJtttt tournament the grartes matte a erectitatxte showing, Ken htatton giving promise ol things to Come. Amt spartxing the fheers rturing the ltoothatt season was gyme nast .timmy Kirchner. tirother ttitarion prelerts in ilu- izaleteria .... toe ltr-nnegan sri iixn- s to get into the piitnre, riiim iiiri rvetous to rm-tate, ttu' rest ot the gtilllltll' troys lay olt ilu- eats white that eannerannan is arounct. those tIitlIttS0llll' laces just fillltt resist the lure ot ilu- tt'Il5. 7' K. 'E ilu-W. Kt .MLK 14:4 'V Y '-11.1'gq.,,,,mg,g' DEBA .ERUSADE PUBllCATIONS. Rvlreal muslc-r lfulln-r Qfonrnn, CNP., lnllw lo lln- sc-niors . . , CNRIIIIPUII mul 'ups . . , slum-I nwhnlisls . . . .lurk l.c'0nnrrl tlvrluilninlg . . . yv olclv lmniirc . . . Blu Ijelluns lwllincl IIN- viglll bull . . . mul-clillers warm up . . . i'0'l'ilIlf?liIlS BIPINIIIPI mul 511-rsinger . . . AH-Nlnryluncl girls' lf-um us mlm-fimlocl ui Ill? foollmll fmlir . . . Uofs soda fountain . . , Nlohler, Hrollu-r Curl mul Furst iuspccl IIN- mls . . . lid Hook Spf-01'I1l11uliillQ . . . 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'Q X . 2 yn-5,52 51 . u R W., S - Q: y Z ,Q " get H 5 I X ? f Lf 4 3 , il I 52 E I I ! Qgrfx fx? 7 1 i ,L it . 'P' 4-+A I fn , 'N 5 l"26U'l'l Q U46 Federiine and Ludwig do not heiir-ve in signs. ixiurto and Dailey chat in Activities' Uiiicv. Editors Baimert and Boettingvr and their iirain Chiiri. Victors ixiurphy and Faiiu-nstein view the spoiis. some-on on to iim ifve-rf-ttis iim-. These are our torch hearers, nine of them. They have been seiected hy the facuity as the seniors outstanding for character, personaiity and service to the schooi. in reviving the Purpie and Cream Key Ciuh, the Tower wishes to renew the tradi- tion oi honoring those St. Joe men who have done most for the hlount, taking into consideration aii the activities-reiigious, schoiastic, and extra- curricuiar. Iim Everett was the popuiar, unassuming ciass president, high scorer on the hasicetioaii team, cir- culation manager oi the Mount Tower, and inde- iatigahie promoter oi aii activities sociai and athietic. H. iwaurioe Boettinger thioei mixed studies and activities without ioss to either, ioeing Quill editor, Dramatic Ciuh president, cheer ieader, musician, engineer, Crusader Paladin .iewei winner, radio operator, and a contagiousiy enthusiastic ieiiow. Dick Balmer! possessed the iacuity oi' mixing in proper proportion serious study, sociahiiity, and many extracurricular activities as Quiii editor, ioothaii manager, puhiic speaker, actor, and Cru- sade Study Ciub member. Ioe Ludwig gets the Oscar for starring in tour annuai piays. for his woric on the Senior Commit- tee and on the Mount Tower. Joe wiii he remem- hered for the eager readiness with which he car- ried out his duties. Iim Federline presided in his dignified, amiahie way over the Crusade, over the husiness destinies of the Quilt, over the Paiadin Study Club, and over those who would yeii on the football field. Bob Murto tiiied positions ot trust and responsi- hiiity as managing editor oi the Tower, ciass oiiicer, puhiic speaicer par exceiience, Quill stati. Dramatic Society, Senior Committee, Quill and Scroll Society. Charles Dailey not oniy exceiient woric in class hut tooic a vigorous deiight in supporting aii Niount activities. His swimming skiii brought him state tities hut Chariie, unaffected, went on quietiy winning friends. Paul Murphy was respected on the gridiron and on the hocicey rinic hy coaches and piayers as an inspirational ieader. Modest, unassuming, consci- entious, iiicaioie and huhhiing over with good wiii, he weii merited his popuiarity. Don Faikenstein, ciass vice-president, though neither a great athlete or schoiar, had the spirit that makes inoth and carries them through iiie suc- cessiuiiy. He never said die ibut kept on piugging indomitahiy. was courteous and weii iiiced hy aii. jk? W0lll'Lf SOLUQI' This boolc was born in lxflay, 1941, and has lived through some world- stirring days to reach your hands. Last spring Paul Stubbs and Ray Donaldson were selected to guide the destinies ol the new infant. 'Twas a lusty babe, for in the year boolc office is a large chart listing seventy- eight St. Joe men who helped to care for the child. More than any other, Brother Carl, as moderator, directed the up- bringing. His indelatigable labors in the year booles cause insured a healthly diet of subscriptions, advertisements, and patrons, which en- abled the building up ot the remainder of the book. VVhatever is good about the boolc is due to Brother Carl. Alter his transfer, Brothers Hilary and Jeremiah acted as guardians for the Mount Tower, as the bool: came to be christened, talcing the name ol last year,s R.A. bulletin. Special citations should be given the co-editors Stubbs and Donald- son, Joe Ludwig, Bob Murto, Bill Furst, and .lim Everett. The Tower staff is grateful to the whole school and to our advertisers for their whole-hearted cooperation. we Qui! "All American-All Catholic--All Staten-that was the Quill again this year. steadily refusing to get into any rut, the well-oiled journalistic machine was thoroughly revamped once more by Brother lVlartin John. who sits in the driver's seat, and his live editors, who serve as very capable sparlcplugs to tire the zeal ol the staff of thirty-nine. A journalism class, more frequent issues, typographical improvements, a better paper, new departmental mastheads, a crew oi nimpsu-these are innovations of managing editor Maurice Boettinger and his support- ing brain trusts John Beilein, features: Dick Balmert, sports: Tom Bren- nan, news: and business manager, penny-pinching Jim Federline. The zestlul, complete, and often amusing coverage of school activities, the clever interviews, and the abundance of pictures, we have come to talce lor granted from the Quill. Four national journalistic organizations, the Catholic, the National, and the Columbia Scholastic Press Associations, and Quill 5- Scroll have bestowed highest honors on the lVlount's sheet. During the year Brothers Martin John and Jeremiah, as co-moderators ot the Catholic School Division Columbia Scholastic Press Association, directed that very successful division meeting at the New York Con- vention, highlight of the year to eighteen Quillmen. Jim Murphy was accepted as a member of Quill and Scroll, international honorary jour- nalist society. ln December the moderators and Jim Federline, Dick Balmert, and Tom Brennan attended the regional meeting ot the Catholic School Press Association at Seton Hill College, Greensburg, Pa. Next year's statt will sadly miss the talents of the tive editors and seniors Goldsmith. Murto, de Kowzan, Moynihari, O'Hara, Catania, DOHHIJSOD, Blid Tollcer. 64 Yearbook statt: D, lvlohler. NV. Furst. co-editors R. Donaldson and P. Stubbs, R. lVlcNicol. R. blurto. Second row: H. Tollcer, T. Potoclri. J. pertesess, J. Derenberger. J. Smith, J. Garrett, D. lxloynihan. Third row: P. Schwaab, C. Razulis. XV. Cherry, R. Dowling, D. Fal- icenstein, P. Reeves. T. Sporrer. Fourth row: R. Reese, A. Franco. J. Everett. M. Boettinger, J. Ludwig, G. Kemp. Fifth row: .i. Downey. R. Hellman, R. Balmert. J. Garvey, l. Hassellliotl, L. Dersch, T. Parr. Sixth row: J. Potoclci. D. Baginslci, XV. Auer, T. McDonald. J. O'Hara. A. Catania. R. Barron, F. Hen- nessy, .l. Garvey. G. Nloxley. Jim Everett and Brother Carl dis- cuss pictures lrom last year's book. . . Around the table, Furst, Brother Carl. Stubbs. Everett. J. J. Garvey. lvlillman and lVlcNicol worlc on the ads. Standing are Donaldson, ixturto. Ludwig and Mohler. . . Brother Hilary and Brother Jeremiah discuss a moot question about the flllITll'Ily. Quill editors Brennan, Bahru-rt, Beilein, Federline cluster 'round ixloe Boettinger before autographed pan- els in Quill room. . . Brennan. Moynihan, and Federline piclc out ruts from morgue. Quill staff: Brother Martin John, M. Boettinger, J. O'Hara, H. Tollcer, F. Hennessy, J. Smith. M. Golibart. R. Balmert, J. Murphy, L. Derseh. J. O'1Vlara, R. Donaldson. R. Bar- ron. R. Murto, J. Beilein, B. Dent, Brother Jeremiah. P. de Knwzan. QL Q z,M,iu ,Q ffl? 3 .2?""': 4-M W..1sjT"j3i gh ..lnh-qltifx .F mme! .mm T' , M .,M.m., K .. ,,-z, -" rr If ,. 'Sw ,i . 5 , V v it ' 1 Y. 4' A , ... -L ,, 2 K 2 5 I ,Lv - ' ' ,Q ' - aim A: --sq A 1 I 5 5 E YQ Z? Q if ,Q I 'X fv- 'N V :min kylie' k M 1... X If ,Q WJ 4 igqf, 3x ,, ,fr wa, aww Qqfxnxx .I :sg 2. Xa 11 QQ fir' ng I .gi V? ,, fi. . vi' . -W . -...,v.,-...sw ..-, ,-.,,..Y,n-.17-f ,.,,-..,,v, , These memhers ol the senior and junior division ol the Religious Activities Group showed up lor the cameraman: Charles Reich, James Federline, John O'Neill. George Edwards, George Dressel. Diclc Barron, Diclc Balmert, Franlc Cashen, Art Goulet, Gerard Scheel, Franli Gallagher, Xvilliam Vvin- good, James O'l'lara, George Stadter, Richard Reese, Donald Evans, James Garvey. Brother Guy. President Jim Federline gallant- ly gives medical supplies to a fair Cmsader . . . "Prayer, Study, Sac- riliceu is the Crusader motto . . . Recording-secretary Cashen . . . Lou Dersch helps out the medical missions. The boys read the funnies col- lected in the old paper drive . . . .lohn O'Neill. Jim Federline and Art Goulet, heads ol the Crusade and Legion. pose officially . . . Narutowicz, Nolan and llceler sort stamps. Some leaders in the lrosh-soph division of the R.A. First row: Joseph Gihhons, Otto Beyer. .laclc Slcelly, Charles Jenlcins. Vvilliam Burroughs, Thomas Arthur, Francis Grillin. Francis Olert. George Newett, Brother Mario. Second row: Nvalter Pearce. Ray Kernan, John Butterholl. Charles Murphy, John hlayers. Paul John Bishop, .lohn Pertesess, Edwin Swann. Casimir Razulis. ss.. Fudd 2 The Religious Activity group was many sided in its functions. Directed by Brothers Guy and Mario, the first ot the monthly meetings of the Mount C. S. M. C. unit chose slim Federline president and, as delegates to the local conference hoard, .lim Federline and Franlc Casheng and at the first meeting of this hoard, Franlc was elected record- ing secretary. Something new was tried this year in a Senior Round Tahle Dis- cussion Cluh. Jim Federline, lVloe Boettinger, Art Goulet, .lim Garvey, Diclc Balmert, .lim O,l'lara, Ernie Snellinger, .lohn O'Neill, and Tony Franco-all Paladin .lewel winners-1 composed the Crusaders' Round Table which met every Sunday morning to discuss Communism. At the March assemhly of the local conference the memhers presented a model round tahle discussion and F. X. Gallagher gave an interesting speech on "The Status ol the Teaching Brothers." During the month ol Feloruary the Mount was headquarters lor the Nledical drive and had interesting displays in the llhrary and the audi- torium. ln April a drive lor clothing lor our mission in Ridge was staged. However, due to the priorities in tires, the Crusaders did not talce their annual trip to their Southern Maryland Mission. g egion At the Legion of Decency's first meeting of the year Art Goulet and .lohn O'Neill were selected to head the Plount unit and Jerry Scheel was chosen as delegate to the Legion of Decency board. The Mount played host at the initial meeting of the Legion when a record attendance of more than 1,000 heard Art Goulet, Mount-unit prexy, outline the lile ol the Legion and its purpose, Jerry Scheel welcome the visitors, and Franlc Cashen explain the distriloution of the hi-monthly Legion lealiets. hflonsignor Quinn presided over the meeting. Functions of the Legion included a paper drive, a drive lor gifts lor the shut-ins in Baltimore hospitals, hi-monthly distribution of the leat- lets. ln connection with the drive for gifts, a Christmas dance was held in the boarders' dining room, admission lor which consisted ol a Christmas box for the shut-ins. This novel idea brought marlced results. Other social functions included an installation dance and a roller slrating party. The season was closed with the annual Legion dance held on May 14, at the Alcazar. 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'ff-:T M. ie. 4 1l4l' ASiai - 22541 ' . q W ,MM , , W, 4 WW 'V 1 lx 1 w W DEBATING On VVednesday, ixlarch 18th, the 4B team, composed of Art Goulet, George Kline, and Leo Lanahan, defeated the 2C team of Frank Joran, Tom Fitzgerald, and John Nolan and thus settled the question las lar as those at the lvlount are concerned, that strilces in defense plants should not be made unlawful. These two teams reached the finals alter almost all the issues of the nation had been settled by the senior, junior and sophomore classes. This year, since there were no freshmen participating, 4B defeated 3A, composed ol Ed Suprowicz, Berny McDougall, and Steve Malone, in the semi- finals after 2C had drawn a bye. Goulet. Kline. and Lanahan received medals for their worlc lrom Mr. Henry C. Henneberger, president of the Mount Alumni Association, and will have their names inscribed on the public spealcing plaque. Mr. Joseph Broening was the chairman lor the finals while the Reverend Fran- cis J. Lauriola, lVlr. Thomas J. Kenny, and lvlr. Vvilliam R. Donohue judged. The debates were held under the direction of Brother Emmanuel. ELOCUTION Three new names were inscribed on the alumni plaque alter Robert Murto, Frank Gallagher, and Edward Lauer captured honors in the sixth an- nual elocution contest sponsored by the Alumni Association in December. One ot the largest audiences in the history ot the competition filled the Mount auditorium with applause and laughter as the ten finalists ran the gamut of expressions and emotions. Senior Murto clinched lirst place by his sensi- tive rendition of Taylor's "The Deserterf' Junior Gallagher gave a fine interpretation of O'Reilly's "The Dulcite Snake," while Sophomore Lauer amusingly delivered "Seth Parlcer's Report of Daniel Webster's Speech." by Foss. Offering the winners stern competition were Richard Balmert, John Leonard, Richard Barron, Vincent Fitzpatriclc, William Burroughs, Bernard Ruth and John Smith, who had been selected as finalists in inter-class trials conducted by mod- erator Brother Emmanuel. On the stage during the declamations were Headmaster Brother Oswald, chairman Joseph J. Broening, Jr., and alumni president Henry C. Hennenberger. The latter presented gold medals to the winners. F-vw .- -.Nfmg-pr fm1"4"'r" RADIO "On the landl ln the airl Un the seal" So runs the cigarette ad, the St. Joe cheer and the modern trend. ln 1942 Mountmen enjoyed on the air, it not a busy year, at least an enjoyable one. Highlight of the Purple and Cream air otter- ings was the quarter-hour session the Quill edi- tors had with the Landt trio over the Columbia networlc in March. Perhaps it was the New Yorlc air that turned Paul de Kowzan into a wit and Tom Brennan into a singer. Anyway, after some repartee which would malce Fred Allen turn handsprings, the lads tried manfully to subdue "The Window VVasher's Song," but it was too much for them. A soldier from Florida wrote how he writhed during the effort. Alter tiiteen minutes New Yorlc returned to normal. Radio scripts from the pens of Ray Donaldson and Henry Tollcer on "Christmas at School," and one from Don Moynihan on "Cavalcade to Cali- fornia" were presented by the Cathedral Players over VVCBNI in December and in March. ORATORY Those eager auditors who struggled through the drifts left by the twenty-two-inch snow in late March to attend the sixth annual intramural ora- torical contest heard a half dozen excellent spealc- ers discuss "What can America give back to Europe?" The judges, Reverend Frederick Neclcer, C.SS.R., of St. James parish, Reverend John J. Murphy, of St. Cecilia parish, and Mr. William H. Gross, selected the thoughts and execution of Robert Murto as best suited for the top place on the alumni plaque. Bob also received one of the three gold medals awarded by alumni president Mr. Henry C. Henneberger. Second prize went to Franlc Gallagher and third to Gerard Scheel. Other spealcers were Frank Cashen, Arthur Cvoulet, Robert lVlcNicol. All six spealcers stressed the religious teachings America received irom Europe centuries ago and the duty the younger continent has ol giving baclc these principles to a war-torn and ideology-ridden Europe. The winner represented the Mount in the Crusade contest. QM! of fAQ 6!6Ll"Llf'00lfl1 .... it4wentyAtive ctewotees ot ttie ttaxtn .nut mticti fame tOQPttlf'l' uncter ttle mtirection ot nlocterator Brottler Leroy anct dug' cteep into ttle intrirneies ot ptmtograptly. ttney tmct an sptenctitt ntartfromn. rerentty equipped wittl an eteftrie print ctryer. wortc tatmte witti Convenient stletves amt ctrawers, anct extra ctevetoping tantcs. Pmeginners stuctiert ftevetoping ot titms, contact printing anct enlarging tectlnique. During ttxe year, Brottler Leroy gave tertures on ttle various ptmses ot ptlotograptly. XXttlf'lN'Y0l' ttn- sun was stmining, ttle ptmoto tiencts ramtmtect ttme rampus fatctiing its rtlanging retteetions in print. Ntost active lnemtmers were George Kemp, George it-rinitc, Fram'is Utvrt, t:l'iltlCtS firitt-in, Pant ixturptly, Ctrartes Nturptly. and .tames t.iQtltf ner. Competition tor prize stlots tmrougtlt out some very tine exalnptes ot ttleir wortc, some ot wtxiftm are reproctufect tmere. "By tt1e Fllftf' tmrixtge ttnat arvtwrt ttu- ttnnitu-in ttnis 1-use ixtnistm-nts Ctwicc Run un lin: sctxoot campus- ttle tcnsnnen are cxpnsczt In ltn: other vmt nt a mnlvra, Ctlilfttl' Nturptly is too twusy tocusing, tlut Punt tvturptiy, George Kemp, ,tarts Downey, Pant Srtiwnntr, Ce-nrge ittrinile, trrantx Riestneeti, Rictmrft Reese, tfrancis Ott-rl, Rnnatmt Nc-tsnn, George Uressvt, tirnnti Urittin, ixtmtemtor Broltxer Leroy anct JRilll0S tjgtltner prove excettent sutJjet3ts. Atyove are snrne nt ttie prints tn-ing Inrn--it nut nt ttu- ctnrttrnnln mutt Nl gon, ttmt intriguing tnnun ot queer ptwtogrnptiir' ternw. rlvtll' taut: cm-in tn gn tnr tunmtir 9Iltljt'l't4. txiaicing ttleir cteiput at ttle Devitt toottxatt game ttle tmanctsmen, arrayed in ttieir Howing purpte Capes anct wtlite trousers, vontinuett ttieir appear- anfes at ttle suvfeetting games and ctict muftl to augment a new-tounct spirit. A new departure ttiis year was ttmeir playing at the Sports Centre ior ttme Loyoia tlofixey game. in tt1e auditorium, wtiere ttley practiced gtaity ttlfflllgfti ttle iourttl perioct, ttwy ptayed on many ocrasionsz at refitats, at rtistritmution ot awards .. O.. ff.. M and tetters, and at ttle ptay. Ttley matte appear- anfes also at ttle txtarytanct Yartit Ctuim raves, anti at ttme iinais ot ttie C.S.Nt.C. oratorifat con! test. Banctmaster txtr. .Iuctson Loomis is an inctee tatigatyte worker in ttle interest ot music in gen! erat. His course in time ttleory and practice ot music is actlieving resutts in ttle noticeatmte tectl- nirat improvements ot ttle twtountis musicians. Clarins-ts: R. Antrzak. D. Bocvttctler. P. Damario, F. Joran, .i. Coarty, Svtiuttz. Basses: P. Camptmett, XV. Xvingomt. Saxopimnes: .i, Brown, XV. Norris. Trumpets: t. Burton, T. itat-ter, L, lgipauta, Summers, L. fitnristopiu-r, A, Galti. Flute: R. Ret-sc. Atta tlorn: R. Frampton. Vtqrmntwnnr-: .t, ilotortii, .t. Ratios, A. tjnpoti. Drums: ,i. Aisutsrnntc. VV, txturptly, S, Prymas, J. Buttertmtt. Baton-twirter 1.1-Pstx steps out at ttie tleart oi txis tsoys at one ot time ganws . . . just txetorc tile trait . . . tim turass mrnvr . . . Xxyillgfliifl pm-rs tilrougtl lin- twass imrn . . . lmualwrlwrs rm time tieict iwtwoml tile tmtves. 71 On fl.. .ridge .... At its February meeting the Dramatic Society selected tor its annual spring presentation the farce comedy, Room Service, a Broadway hit ol recent vintage. Brothers Bertin and Garnier, directors, with a nucleus of well-trained veterans and a group of enthusiastic newcomers, quickly selected a cast. Veterans Dick Balmert and H. Maurice Boettinger alternated as Harry Binion, the sardonic director ol Godspeed. Bob Murto and Frank lxflohan, in St. Joe productions for the last time, starred as Gordon lVtiller, the producer. The small town author of a smash hit, who finds himself enmeshed in a very Bohemian group, gave Donald Nloynihan and George Ander- ton an opportunity to prove their versatility. lVloynihan, a senior, was well fitted by his background to play the part of a small town boy making good in the hig city. Joe Ludwig, who starred last year as the mother in "You Cant Take it NVith You," is no novice. Ever since his Freshman year, Ludwig has been a valuable member of the Dramatic Society. This year he took the part of Christine Marlowe, star ol? Godspeed, and did excellent VVOI'k. The blustering Wagner, the hotel executive who matches wits with Miller and company, was played by veteran James C. O'Hara and Robert Flynn. Mark Golibart and John Francis Herbert, Jr., worked hard as Millerys Johannis Factotum, Faker Englund. Herbert, a fresh- man, had the poise of a seasoned trouper, while Goliharfs experience showed itself in his casualness on the stage. John William Wagner and James Francis Garvey were cast in the role of the long-suffering Gribble. Both are seniors and making their farewell appearance as St. Joe thespians. Robert Crow and Joseph Parlett, cast as Doctor Glass, of the hotel staff, learned tricks of the medical profession along with the art of tumbling as they rehearsed daily. Anthony Franco and Thaddeus Potocki doubled in brass: both had the parts of the Russian waiter, Sasha, and the messenger boy. The distaltt side was ably represented by two talented youngsters,-1 true to St. Joe tradition, boys tRichard Reese and John N. Smith, played the part of the hotel stenographer, Hilda Manney. Both lads will be available for future productions. Timothy Hogarth got a tritte bewildered by the antics of Miller and his cronies, but then, who wouldnt? Donald Devanny and Sal Vizzini got bewildered also, but only while playing the part. Just as bewildered was Mr. Jenkins QP. Schwaab and Tom Hennesseyf. A R. Owings Means, of uKaintucky," was Heaven-sent: the Society needed a Southern gentleman of the old school, and "Kunnel" Means landed here from the hinterland recently enough to have retained his charming Southern accent. Stage manager Robert Mccattrey and propman John Joseph Garvey worked hehind the scenes. The set for the show was translated from the blue print to the working model through the ingenuity and hard work of Brother Alvin, C.F.X., head of the Industrial Arts Department. Technical assistance in lighting and scenic effects was cheerfully given by Brother Hyacinth, C.F.X., who generously offered his time and talent to make the play a hit. 72 The cast: First row: R. Flynn, R. Nturto, VV. Nvagner. D. Devanny. ,l. 0'Hara. F. Nlohan, txt. Boei- tinger, R. Balmert, M. Golihart, J. I. Gilfvey, A. Franco, J. F. GarVey'. J. Ludwig. Second row: J. Herbert, G. Anderton, S. Vazzini, R. Crow, R. Mccalfrey. R. Reese, F. llen- nessy, R. Means, Schwaah, Smith, T. Potoclci, J. Parlett, D yloynihnn. usashau Potoclci on the job . . . Bill Wagner, Jim O'Hara, and Bal, Murto discover Dick Balmert. the ngeniusn from Brooklyn . . . Dori Moynihan, "Hilda" Smith, Frank lxlohan. and Hchristineu Ludwig talk it over. HGenius" Balmert exhibits a prized possession to Bill Wagner and Bob Murto . . . "Doctor" Par' lett examines "Patient" Anderton under the watchful eye of "Doctor" Herbert and "Nurse" Ludwig . . . Bob Flynn and Jim Garvey discover uDoctor" Crow. "Hilda" Reese seems reluctant to leave George Anderton . . . UKunnel" Means congratulates Boh Flynn . . . Moe Boettinger tanother genius, arrives. S R 4 I E ? I I 1 F i , 4 L, 1 gl Q 52 Q V e 4 I l 5 Li 1 KAPPA CI II XII IHIIIII-I IIININ Im nvxx- NI I .N-I NIMVIN-rx I',II I"1L1,4wIx, Ix..,I,.. 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KNUTE CLUIS l'lywoorl lmlau-lmul lmlinuls li-nul un 1-li-nu-nt ol si-irc-by lo llu- lfnuli- Clulm lmul no sm-are-l is illi- zulivily llml f-maumlcs lrom llu-ir SlllJll'l'l'illN'llll plum-. ljresiclenl flmrlvy lzzug vin- pri-siclf-nl ,laulx Slil'lly, Sl'l'I'f'lill'y llllllllly Klfl'llI1l'l', llllil lH'ilSllH'T lony ffalli ollm-11 Qol llu-ir lu-zuls logs-llu-r willl llrollu-rs llurl mul lliluirc- lo plum f-vi-nls. iliournnnu-nls in pingvpong, pool. mul lxillinuls, IJill'llt'S ill llullowf-is-n, Cilll'lSllllilS, lfusli-r, mul llu- closing ol' srlumol, ronlesls mul All-Flllll or Conse- IIIIPIIIXPU progrmns li-nlurc-cl insizli- clulm au-livily, lirsl ron, l.u'lx Siu-llx, lliflx Img,-I, l'.uil lll-vlin llolr lvn - - - ' ilu-lx. lfilxxin Krumr-r. ll.-ll llmnfll, llwrnil- flulli Si-ronil row- ululf 'HIM S' 'HIS trips' lootlhlll' Ihlstlhlll' lldxldlw llmll.--r llilllirl-. f'll..flif- IW. lim Kirlllm-r, lirllllll-r l'f.lrl, link Imll. mul lmowling li-nglu-s maule- up llu- oulsiilc- nm' llill llurmuglls. Xyullll-n llrmmlu-l, l..rn XY.-HL.-r, lf1.L5,-,,.- . Xlllflllll. Xlill lfirla-x, l vvn- ljlirlf-ll. llllm lll-rlwrl Million' ljromisingj zmuilc-ur 1-nh-rluilu-rs all llu- rlulm plur- lic-s we-rv fic-nv ljalrllu-Qiluli, flvru- xlurplly, Paul Di-vlin, nrul ,limmy lfirvluu-r, .Nl llu- fllrislnms purly, lllllllillllli' lil-rniv flulli ill-.ll-ell up lor .ill linu- llu- que-slion ol wlu-llu-r or nol Semin films lxlllllil lit flown llu- cllillllu-y. lilllll9lIlf'll will ri-nu-mln-r lllis ye-.ir xsilll plc-ensure-. T5 LI BRARY ln il quu-I. Q-lluu-ni nuanau-I ilu- xllilllll lIl!I'zIlX' mnniinlu-s lu iis 1-ssc-niinl luiulinn in ilu- lili- ol ilu- siluuxl mul ul ilu- siiulf-nis. llu- .ulfliiiun ol snnu- liw- lluaulrc-cl lu-xx' luuml4s cluring Ilu- yi-.xr luis ruisf-cl ilu- iniul nunllu-r nl vnlunu-s in ixxc-lxv 1 iluulsmul. plus ilu- yu-riiulif-nl sf-1-lion nl' niiu-lx' -ix lllil2filZiIll'5. X, ellie-niinn ol ilu- sllulf-ni luuly in uppnriunilic-s ilu- lllH'ill'y clllllflli Ill Slllll ll0lllS :IN lflH'1'I'3, IJIOQ- mpliu-s. mul eu-rmmulus. llrnllu-r .Xflllllf fnul lirullu-r lx-upold lu-eul ilu- siull wllic-ll is com- jNlN1'll Ill llUl1l5 51lll'l'l. .li'l'0IlIl' lXll'iIl1'I, lllUllhlS SlJOI'l'f'l', ljfilllli ciilll4lQlI1'i', zlllil Cxllilflli' cillfllli. 5l.1ll llrnilul Xrilulr. Xi-lx 5-lull, li.-nlx fuillnglui, l-nn Spiny:-r, li-rnnw lflmiiu-r PROJECTIO CL B lnluni orgemiznliun limi me-nh-rs .nlumi ilu- ru-xx llI'Ui4'lXll0lI nuuliilu-. illis lu-xx' aulcliiion In Nlouni clulxs provicle-s ups-ruiurs lm- ilu- various ilussf rcunn slumwinggs nl lilnls mul lor llu- 5illlll'flclY niglli slunx' in ilu- illI1lii0l'illllI. xl0Klf'l'ill0I' Hroilu-r fiux' mul nu-mlu-rs fllxi-il. Rim-slu-mli, lllilc-y, Nlilli-r. I-,fl Sh-in, llc-rnim-r, lvlsgu-r mul Vviuir uri- liiggllly 1-nilulsinsiii' uve-r ilu-ir prnu-fi mul um Ulu- won all ilu- li'lillIlllill .mwlm-s v- V - nl numvif- sluxwing. llu-y fnlu- an roursc- in upvrul- ing. mul tlumsf- wlux pass in if-sl ni ilu- 1-lui nl ilu ye-.ir will lu- Qin-n 44-liiliunim-s lin-nsingg ilu-In In UlN'i'illK' illly lg1'll ll0XX'l'll lIlkll'llilN'. l'mu-miunlislsz lnlin llxn-il, lmnlx Ru-slu-ilu, lm- llliln-x, lu-V .ml xlilli-r, I-.il Sh-in, fu-orqv ilu-inii-r, Karl K-uslu-I. Xxinll Xxviuir, uric-tl mul urlorlul clisplfnys lmw- ilrfixxn ilu- IVIT. CRUS DER X1-xv-si slur in ilu- Lffnlnxy ol Nlouni pulmlimuf lions is llu- lmifwi-1-lily rc-ligiuus lmulll-lin, Tlu- nul lor ilu- Rc- ixlounl f'l'llSUlll'l'. pullmlislu-rl lmy a . ligiuus .Miixily nu-nnlu-ns. llu- cl'HSllllK'l' is ilu- sun-:-ssor lo lnsl ye-urs lIlillll'UQl'ill7lll'1l pup:-r, 'Hu- .xlonnl ,mm-l'. xxlmicll lN'IIllf'illlll'Kl iis nnnu- lo ilu- clllllllill. l.cllior l.0u Us-rscll mul llis .nsscu iulc-s wrilv willl rl cluul purpose--io lu-lp nmlie- ilu- shulz-nfs missions miiulc-cl mul in lyringj ilu- R..-X. nu-nilu-rs into rlosc-r unison. llrollu-rs filly' mul xlnrio eulvisi- wllilf- llicli Rs-4-se-, lirnnlx fnslu-n, mul fnsimir Ruxulis wrilc-. Ari finulvi mul Xvilliznn lglll'l'0llQllS lypc-, mul ,lllllll Sllliill mul Frunlx H1-nn:-ssy eulcl ilu- uri XX'0l'li. Skill: limllu-i fun, lin: li-mln-rlnu-, lmn Jxllllul. All finlllll l.nu IL-NI. DHL Rf.-N. I NHL K .ull-rn, Bill llm-rnin-r. u-r nlnrin x llurruuglis, fu-wig. IIIIIIVI I SI. ,Ioe aIun1ni, Iry now sc'aIIerecI Irom Irvington I0 IceIancI and Irurn IJearI Harbor to II1e PI1iIip- pines, I1acI an active year. Tiiose on II1e Imrne Iront, IecI Iny Presicient Henry C. Henneimerger, Iiept up II1eir aflive interest in II1e Ixiounl, awarcIe1I sCII0IarsI1ips, sponsored tI1e puIJIiC speaIQing! fon- tests, I1acI a very suc'fessIuI Communion IureaIiIast in 5Iarc'I1 ancI tI1e usuaI get-Iogeiiiers II1r0l1gI10ut II1e year. 'IiI1is ,Iune II1e 0IcIer grads wiII again Iionor outstanciing seniors wiII1 AIurnni SeaIs. .AIIIIIIIII nuassn-II al rim III IIN- IniII in Irnnl nI IIIP I1uiIcIing. Ifirst mw: NIH. I. Re-ynmnn. Nirs. II, Ixiengers, IVIrs. fi. NiIsrIl, Ixlrs. CI, fi. fiuunsx-Iman, 'X xIrs. I.. NAIIIIUT. Sf'K'UIIfI TIIN1 .IIl'S, NNIIllgfNNI, IXIITS, IJ. IxIilTl'l'I'iI, NIIYS. IIDIHIFII- . , -- I 4 NIR. I , IlllmI1'r, NIH, Rvun. II.irfI row: Xlre, If. XY. I'mw-rs. FIN. Ii. I5 firm-Iv. IIIIIIIS' IIIIXIIIAI-II They maIce "aIn1a materu more IiIeraIIy true IIN-se incIeIaI'iQaIwIe xv0rIcers in II1e Ixiounf Cause as is evicIenrecI Imy IIN' IIIIQP card pariy ancI Ivingo the full scrics OI Ixingo parties, Iwo annuaI Sl'Il0IilI"-- re, HliIlnfArI, XIIS. NI-viII.-, IVIFS. I'rPnf'Ix, I0 Iiie sfI100I. VIQIIPSF' FIIZITZIITS, HS weII HS III? CJDPYI HOIISP EIHCI Iiieir annuaI ouiing, are pIannefI at monII1Iy meelf ings in II1e srI1ooI dining room under II1e direvlion sI1ips, and innu1neraIJIe oII1er assisfances rencIerecI OI Nirs. Norimeri NiIs1'I1, presicienl, I I ..SOCCE NG MM S 0TBAll .... F0 , : 7 2 - 3. -4 - - o o .. Zh c 7 7 I 1-. 'TJ 'T I T o Z 4 : cm 'vm ov:-r . . . the Coarh ge-ls ax Qoocl look . . . all up and all white , . . the liars-S arc- grim but the lmir is wavy! . . . Nlr. Sullivull uwurcls lllc fiulluolic' Iroplly lo ro-rnplnilus flrvllvr nml Horlc . . . Nlal1rireQl1iH lleading ilu- 'null . . . 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Second row: coach Bud Yeager, Ed Connolly. Vvalt Bums. Don Fallrenstein, Gerry Miller, Bill Rathell, John Detorie. Andy Bittner, Pat Gogarty. Tom lvlc- Dermott, coach Brother Vincent. Third row: Bernard Bernardzi- lcowslci. Diclc Balmert. Mark Golihart. Larry Bathon. Jack Danaher, Tom Croolc. Andy Anderson. Jerry Rolros, Tom Fitzgerald, Ed Devanney. Art Goulet. Fourth row: Bill Finne- gan, Bill Appel. Charlie Challc. Diclc Gilbert, Franlr Baldwin, Incl! Quinlan. .lohn Condon. Signalsl Barry, Loiacono. lvlurphy, Hocli and Dolan in the huddle . . . spectators' view ol the practice proceedings . . . Paul Murphy. St, .loe's ace Cen- ter, was a unanimous All-Marr land choice. Starting line-up: Nlel Beeler. Alldy Greller. BCBVBH, Paul Murphy. John Detorie. Dan Messier. and Dick Krebs in the line, Ed Hoclt. Sam Loiacono. .laclr Barry, Jack Dolan in the baclrliield. Purple and Cream meant victory-hut more than that it meant the Catholic championship for 1941. From a squad of 75, only eight ol them reserves from last year, Brother Vincent and coach Yeager molded a hard- hitting organization that won 4, lost 2, and tied 3, all this despite the lact that the average weight was a mere 152 pounds. Called by sportswriters after the stirring St. Paul victory uthe most improved club in the conference," the lads had garnered lay the seasonls end the Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Benevolent Legion trophies and a host of lesser awards. - At the banquet tendered the team hy the Knights, .laclc Barry, Paul Murphy, Mel Beeler and John Detorie were selected lor the All-Catholic eleven. Jaclc Barry at quarterhaclc generaled the team, laloclced and passed well, besides shalcing loose for a good many spectacular canters. Paul Murphy at center did not let a had pass or an enemy player slip hy him all season. Paul was the hest pivot man the lxflount has seen in many a year and received the nod on several All-Maryland teams lor his standout worlc on offense and defense. Mel Beeler, a sixty minute player, developed into a lline end, one who dug in to spill massed interllerers. Gains around his Hanlc were few and far lyetween. John Detorie at guard played his position quietly, but so capaloly that he merited the honors given him. But, as one observer commented, "They could have piclced the whole Mount team for All-Catholic," for the rest of the Purple squad were in there carrying out their assignments aggressively and well. It came as a surprise and a disappointment that .laclc Dolan did not get all-Catholic rating. With his climax running, his punting, and his pass receiving, he was a major cog in the Mount machine. Also un- heralded. lout hulwarlcs of the line, were co-captain Greller and Diclc Gilbert at the taclcles, and John Danaher at end. Co-captain Eddie Hoclc, Sam Loiacono, AI And erso n, John Condon, Charlie Challc and Bill Finnegan rounded out a lmaclcfield that had plenty of running power though small in size. Loiacono was particularly effective haclcing up the line. Gerard Miller displayed a fighting heart as a reserve guard who saw plenty of action and was honored with the 1942 captaincy. But on with the saga of the season. 81 cfion on ST. .lfllf o, NIclJONUCPtel I3 to a slow start as Nlcllonogli liolcls a party witli our new lormalion .... Bolmlxles lerl to two lirst llall iXlC'lDOll0Qll touclulowns .... llipi- tone, in luis lirst ancl last appearance, plays stancl- out lmall lrut succumlys to appenclicitis in weelc following ..., Paul Nlurpliy captain lor tlue clay as entire team sees lirst varsity action .... Tile Purple lmaclclielcl ol Hoclc, ljipitone, Barry anzl Dolan rlisplay lleet lleels lmul lail lo score. ST. JOE o, DEYITT PREP o fylverllow erowel ol 3000 at Stuclent Pep game. . . . l.ast periocl lireworlfs as Devilt aerial altatli carries lo .loeis 6 yarcl line witliout avail. . . . Purple team llolcls as crowcls lloclc on lielcl .... lfrl Hoclc races 40 yarcls cleep into Devitt territory alter gralzlning a wilcl lleave .... Paul Nlurplly pulls clown anolller .... Nlount llopes rise ancl lall lnul new score lmoarcl registers linal goose eggs in lirst Salmlmatli game ol season, ST. .IOIQ 12, FOREST PARK fm ljirst conlerence lriulnpll ol campaign . . . uncler niglit ligllls at llme Slilllllllll .... .lays sllow mastery lor lllree periocls converting two cllances into two tallies .... lnterceptecl passes .... Hoclx lraps one on tile Foresters' '50 antl llustles to time lo .... Tlien Dolan, Barry ancl l.oiacono atlvance it to llie 3 .... Finally a Dolan-to-Hoclc pass penetrates tlie encl zone .... lxlurpliyls interception sets up seconcl tally ancl l.oiacono plunges over lrom time '3 .... Forest llarlc clrives O0 yarcls lor lone score in llie linal periocl .... Finnegan ancl fxnclerson see action alter lxeing siclelinerl will: injuries. ST. JOE o. SIZVIQRN o 4-Xnotlier scoreless clasli .... Nlountmen spencl most ol alternoon in Severn territory llul stall on tlle last liill .... Forwarcl passes usecl ellectively lmy l1otl1 sicles .... Quarterlmclc Barry clislocates sluoulcler at game-is entl alter a 50 yard runlxaclc ol a punt .... Busses luring loyal rooters wlao ring wellcin witln impromptu clieers. Sl. .IOIL 21. Sl. PAUI. 7 lloclq ancl Amly Creller, newly electecl cofcaptains, leacl tlleir mates in time seasonis tliriller as tlle fiaels turn giant lciller to cut clown tlle vaunlefl Crusaclers .... Dolan clraws liirst lmloocl cliniaxing a jj yarcl rlrive wliicll incluclecl a lengtliy fionclon-Dolanfl locli lorwarcl lateral .... St. Pauls storm lpaclc lo llle 1 yarcl line wliere tlnree tries lail, llianlcs especially to linemen Beeler. Creller, lgeavan, ixlurpliy, Detorie, Cillpert ancl Danalier ..... A 28 yarcl firusacler pass gives tllem a llall lime leacl ol j'-0 .... Sl. lJitlIliS liilnfy worlc on tile next lfic-lx-olil lyoomerangs wllen lleeler fke gri iron rec-oxers tlle lmall sent llying lyy 3lurpl1y's jarring taflile .... Conclon slioots a pass to Dolan wlio outraees the clelhenclers lor tlle sefoncl score .... Danalmer lmats rlown a pass in tlne encl zone lor a salety, anrl Uolan toe-clances lor linal eounter. ST. ,TOE o. CITY 23 Colcl ligures ol tlie sliinnisli malie one slniclcler lmut it is not as lmacl as all tliat .... fity's .Toe Polxorny has a large evening ringing up tliree touelrclowns .... Early in tlle Tray ITITIIQS loolx lmriglil as Paul Flurplmy Qralms City's lurnlmle lint llie next play llancls it lmaflc again on a pass inter- ception .... Trailing I2-O at llall time flue ,lays malce llleir only real ollensiye tlireat clriying lor tliree sllceessive lirst clowns in llie tlmircl quarter. . . . Hut a fostly Tumlmle tllwarts tlxe Purple llopes. ST. JOE 7, GIIBIAN 18 Reyiyal ol a lootluall relationsliip rlorrnant lj' years .... Comlorfs seroncl periocl rille passes Carry lor a O0 yarrl sortie, tlie score eomingf on a lling to Barry .... TXTUTDTIY surprises llimsell lmy passing to :Xnclerson lor monversion .... St. .Toe liolcls fiilman on tlie 8 in opening rninntes lmut George Franlce. Gilman ave, linally slialies loose lor tl1e first ol luis tlmree lOllC'llCTONVl1S .... Tlie ,lay's lrallb time 7-6 learl goes glimmering as tlme Rolancl parlcers lincl tlie muclfly tnrlq to tlmeir lilcing in tlie late sessions. ST. ,TUE 1.1, IOYOI .,-X o to a goocl start in tlle Cwflflllllil' series .... Loyola proves stulylmorn on tlle clelense lmut power- less in its ol-Tensiye attempts against tlle St. ,Toe line ..... A first periocl Blalcelielcl punt is smotlierecl in tlme encl zone lmy Txlessier. Nlurplly, Dolan ancl Danalier lor a safety ..,, Barry seoots 40 yarrls TTITOUQTI tlle center lor a louelulown on tlle play following tlie Tree lcielc ....r A Dolan punt goes cleacl on l.oyola's ll to lceep tlme lxall rleep in tlwe Blalcelielfl territory .... Two long Txlount rlriyes llounmler lmut Paul Txlnrpliy linally lalces a Uolan lateral anrl canters to llie 11, wlienve Dolarn pu-Ties it across lor tlle tally. ST. ,IOTZ 21. CAI.X'ER'I' HALL o :X smaslling grouncl attarlf anrl an alert rlelense lxring the Catholic' elmampionslxip lnacli to tlle Flount ..... lack Dolan, Al Anclerson anml lftl Hoclf rac-lc up tourlmclowns .... Nlel Bef-Ter, Paul NTUTDTIY anfl .lafli Barry fontrilmte extra points lmy means ol a pass, a kick and a run .... flurplny assures llimsell All-Catllolie lionors as lie lmloelcs two punts, lcielfs one extra point. passes to Pmeeler lor anotller. ancl spencls tlie afternoon in tlle Car- clinal lmarlclielcl .... Nlounhnan Cillilfliit Cllallc lincls luis Tll'0lllf'I' in tlie opposition ancl lcnoclcs clown Tris last clilfll passes. l'irsl row. A. I-. I.lp- lon. .I. l'. llowell, Il. I. Ilolclriclge. ll. C. Nlilll-r. VXI. liallinn. I. V. Nlaltar, XV. fiuillol. H. Cv. iN:-wrnrntw. I. A. Goodricll. I .I. Heldniau, .I. Ballvrrlw-n. Svcnlul row: Brother Hilary. J. ill. Parker, R. I., Koons, I. R. Nlalrlvr. I. Ci. lfve- lms, I2 .I. fmlclsrnltlr, H I.ilf. fi. Ire-ppm-rl. I . .I. tXerns, f 1. .I. I lunnp- son, .I. K, fi-iler. I. A. 1 Cltlllllftfll. Iirnllier I at- ricli. ililiiril row: lt. l'4. Harris. .I. V. lloover. R. W 7 no vi Bands. ti. Ienliins. .I. ti. ijiclu-rsnn, I. I. Perry, .I. A. ting:-rs. U. kelly. rl. Npfify. Nlulgrew. N. IJ. Owens. J. V. t ll tl l ll A l l 'Q "l"' Illilll. II.. AA. CIUH-PY, fr. Ryan, .I. Rnln-rls. Private sctlool clrampions tor tlle llrird successive year, ttle little Ciaels met Poly in ttle lxlaryland Scholastic ctiampionslaip play-otts in a ttirill- paclced game wlricll ended wittl Imotli learns co-cl1ampions in a 13-15 tie. lxfiost lweartening leature to tirottiers Patrick and Hilary, coactles, as IOS candidates turned out tor initial practice was ttre promising tresliman and soptiomore material. Come fyctolmer, ttle starting team trad slwaped up as: Tony I.ipton and .Iim Batterclen, ends: Joe Heldman and Bill Howell, taclcles: .Iotin fioodrictl and Herlm Holclridge, guards: Paul lwliller, Center: Herb Newc0mIJ and Franlc Battion, IHIIIGIDEIFIQSI .Iaclc Guillott. tulllmacliz and captain .Ioe lxtalcar at quartertmacli. Time curtain went up wittl a 20-12 non-contierence victory over Souttrern in a game wtiictl uncoverecl a smootll HT" lormation and a line running Imaclc in .Ioe lxlalcar .... Frank Battion snared a 20 yard pass from Nlaliar tor tlie only touctl- down ot tlie Calvert Hall game. Nlaliar drop-lciclced ttie extra point and later angted a Iield goal to put tlie game on ice. . . . Vvarnecl against Gilmanls ace, Courtney .IenIcins, tlle purple-Clad warriors playecl tl1eir pealc game in running up a '53-0 score. txlalcar. Batllon, lYCNVt'0lYlIJ and Guillott loolt turns reeling ott long runs, wtlile center Ray Bands tmloclced a Iciclc ancl intercepted a pass tor two more SCOres .... The triclcy Jay ottensive was slowed up tlie next weelc tmy tx'ICDOD0ffI1,S Iiarcl tmlocliing and taclcling. Harris Iwrolie ttle 6-0 deadtoclc tmy gratatoing Newcomtfs 53 yard touctmdown lieave .... Ttlere was no stopping tl1e little Gaels against l.oy0la. The Jays paraded seven times across ttie Blalcetielders' goal to register a 45'-0 triumptl. Nlalcar raced tor Q0 and 40 yard scores, Batlion tor a 45 yard tally .... Severn proved too stulmtnorn. despite Guillott's pite-driving ptunges. Ttie Purple line, especially Lipton, Ryan, and Goodricti, limited ttie Tars to one iirst down. This scoreless tie put tlie .Iays atop time private scliool tieap .... ln ttie play-ott witll putnlic ritlist Poly, action centered in time spec- tacular, tree-scoring tinal quarter. A Poly score. a 65 yard touctrclown marcli featuring Batterden's pass snatctiing. a T6l'I1 Iciclc taloclced and recovered in tlme encl zone Ivy Gil l.eppert, anottler poly score in time llinal seconds. and tlre game ended in a 13-11 stalemate witl1 St. Joe co-ct1am- pions. 84 MIDGET N tl loolx a while In-If re lfrotliers llirarclus antl hlalrolm louncl ilu- winning Nliclgel lootllall rom- Imination, hut when they flirt, their lio pouncl eleven was unlieatahle. .Xlter a lxrare ol sethatlqs-hy Severn, 0-o, anrl lry xltllonogli, rj-o-the lwantams swept through the remaining liye games without a smirrli on their refortl. the lirst win came in a liarcl-louglit flash with the l'4orest ltarli lrosli-sopli team, 6-o. ' I l-rl X ysltocil srorecl the lone marlaer alter some I neat running hy ltete llulselmoseli ancl llarry llllllllll-. The team ran wilnl against St. ljaullsg xlHlJ"i'1 ll-illiml-I li lil' III"W'IIf Illi, I-Hlllvlfliiflilvfllt-If . i 1' , . . . loo '4 . . .. '4 1 , . -ltt-4 ' . . " I-IIIYDC5 f'fl"fIf'fl Uxflf IYVO l0llCllll0XVll5, llatlnon, Il Ili' xlaliar. lwlncixillott, ll. rI.l 'kt-we :Tin Yyslxocil ancl lmholll one apiece, to cllalli up a 27-f store. The llest run ol' the year hrought a j'-0 victory in the Blcljonogh clash as St. .loels Don Boss I tl rarecl the opening lfirlvolt 71 yarcls to a touch- - - I ey were rliyiclerl into three squacls lmy weight- , , . 120 s, no s, amt loo s. Vxflien ilu- smolce ol the flown. hllie beyern cleleat was also avengerl, 13' 12, when the Nliclffet line stavecl olll Severnls last IILIIUGTFOLIS lJ2llllPS llild clearecl. lllff CTUIJS llild NVOI1 . " , 7, lost 3, anrl tierl 1, the lightest squacl turning minute try lor the vital extra point. liveryone hut . I I ' , , l I . ' in t ie :est reforcl. manager lift 5tem saw aetlon in the '50-0 romp rxlilllllg lllt' Cillll ill'l"S XYPTQ' lblfxllillllll, CTOIIIIPIIY, r- 51. th Il. TI - I'uI C .fi I .- 1 '- :xl r 4 V . V our lu N N I 6 ruin en HHH I Nlt'l'ee, Xvarcl, lXelly, l.inarcli, Narutowirz, anrl shut-out when one ol their lnavlis lugggfell a xlount -l- i r .0 to k tl IN ,I- FEILGSF . 6' XY96 XYEiI'l'I FS 0 lf' SFE1 I . l tele tttt I It ti-it . . . . H 0 le U in mu Severn, hlrllonogh 1005, St. lxlarys lnclustrial School iools, St. hlary's ol Govans, St. Vinren N S Elllll lXlilf'yCl0ll .IllIIl0FS. An eager army ol paperweigglit griclrlm-rs an swered Brother liarlls fall lor Culms, so many that t's. l lrsl roxy: ulsll. Nlllanl, Nlallon, l ovau-vlrll ll. lsftlllylIl!lISl', li. lmtti, l. ltr-all-y, .I. llerllert. N-ionrl row, Sfliilling, V. l'rie1ln-ll,- l. kfiilmlions, ll. Srlnlltl. -ll, Iliroupa. .I. Xxarcl, .I. l'XIfl'lIIll'l', h. lXrainer. l. lrageser, ll. .l, tnrl A llirst row: llmrutln-r Nlal-olin, I. Ill-ymann, R. Flaas. llvflwrl, .I. lfwlm-len, ll, Devlin. 'lllninl row: llrotln-r , . Nlurpliy. l". IL-I firm-eo, I. Silk. ll. lliart-em, I, Ifm-gf, XY, V,,I,. flatti, ll. Srlnatz, XV. Slattery, li. Nlanno, lf. Narntuwivz, ,I. llrolln-r Ritarclus. Sn-roml row: Sli-in, manager, l. Xvolle, Smith, lI. lXlmf2uay, l.yng, A. Ryan, I. l.inar1li, Brother ll, xltljlbllillfl, I. lang. lf, XY:-itz. .I. Karl, .I. Nlawrs, ll. xliifitl- liflllfll' VUW2 I- VIIIPPPIII U- Nlllrvv. li, lgl'Illlll!Ik'l. lf. xltflallrey, l'ist4-r, 'l.r.n1'Yv -nssll. umlmgvr. rllliinl rowg Powers, llllmlulvr, Xxyilliiuns, lfllrlmllull, Svlluel-lr'r, I. llalwr. XY4-lu-r. l.unn-y. :Xllv-rtini. xl1I,l'YllI1lll, fiogel. ltarley. manager. l..uml. Illilliilgvf. l'-iltlu row: ll. llaxin-s. Yillini, Y. llnger, Xwsmonil. llourllu roxy: cxilfllll. lr. Dvlnpsey, .l. .l. lfarrn-sl, l. llxxnlarno ll. Yrllllllllll. fi. l".mlstiiln. Vllippett, Appel, .Ioran, Gihlmns, Devlin, Bishop. Kernan. Sixth row: lmltoll, l.. floulvt, l lliallxoxsslli. l:il-tli row: lf ltrosst-, lr, .l. flariiu-n. Paul. XV. llusanlm. .I. Connolly. J Ielll'Y, ISIIYYIINH. lllllil'll1lilll, NIV. NNl1'lH'I'. ill. Hil'If'l', NXVPISII, lgiililxr, KL'lllII. ci. lliif, W 1 ' IEW' fxx J f ' 43' ', 3"',,, ,. Sw. , , lf'i'5lf+g1 lwg5 in -oi xy' -ff f 'A If 5, SA V7 x . x I i ,.,. , I..,.v....-1 N.. - -,,-,,...,,li-,. : --.4-.W-1 V IIS IIIHE ..... .. Varsity soccerites: Goalie Joe Smith tholding halll, Tony Fran- co, manager, Joe Sliwa, Henry Linz, Ralph Strapelli, Frank Catania, manager, VValt Wiatr. Bill Linz. Carroll Mislcimon. Alberto Brandt, Tom Nlurphy, Bill Binlto, Jim Murphy. John Huehschmann. ixlaurice Quill. and coach John Plevyalt. The jayvee front line moves forward in mass lonnation with Bot: Beam in control of the hall. On his right are John Teano and Gene Gahardine, and on his left. Ken Salheclc and John Poole . . . Varsity fullhaclt Bill Kohlhoff lets one go. The jayvee roster includes Tony Franco. manager, John Kerr, Carlos Berriztseitia, Bob Beam, Frank Catania. manager. Mack Thrift. John Venditti. Simon Crespo, Joe Sliwa, Gene Gahardine. Roland Lavoie, Pete Bartel, Ed Herald. and coach John Plevyalc. The pitchmen opened the season with a new coach. lvlr. John Plevyalc of the commercial department, and a hatch of man-sized hrogans to fill. Tom Nlurphy, elected captain, and Will Linz alone remained as the nucleus of a smooth-worlcing organization. The hooters lived up to their reputation as 1940 state champs in trounc- ing Towson Teachers 5-0 and in grudgingly succumbing to a strong Loyola College outfit 2-1 in practice tilts. ln league contests the Jays loolced great in games against Poly and City. Henry Linz's overtime lciclc heat the favored Engineers 2-1 in the gathering darkness, while Tom Murphy joined with him in tallying two goals to hest the Collegians 2-0. The eventual champions, Patterson Park, lolanlced us 2-0 in a fray in which Joe Lesniewslci hrolce his nose. They came haclc to top Southern 3-1, hut could not find their scoring punch as they engaged in scoreless ties with Forest Park and Vocational. Jim Murphy supplied the only Mount goal as the Calvert Hall tiff turned into a record endurance contest with four overtime periods. The hoys wanted to play out the 1-1 tie all through the night hut the coaches demurred. In non-conference competition Park School was hested twice by scores of 5-1 and 5-0. The Murphy and Linz brothers gave the Parlc goalie no end of trouble, scoring the ten goals among them. The team led Sparrows Point until the final minutes, when the Pointers nudged one past Smith to knot the count 1-1. Again the hoys went into an overtime session--hy now it was a habit-but rain, darkness, and the end of the overtime period disclosed the score still tied. Senor Alberto Brandt turned in a dashing game as fullhaclc. Maurice Quill was a tower of strength in the Irvington defense set-up. in a season of twelve games the St. Joe forward wall of Will and Henry Linz, Bill Binlco, John Huebschmann, and Tom and Jim Murphy, scored 25 times, while stellar goalie Joe Smith and his helpmates, Carroll Mishimmon and Bill Kohlhoff, allowed enemy sharpshooters only 9 counters. Maurice Quill, Ralph Strappelli, Alherto Brandt, and freshman Walt Wiatr cavorted capahly in the halfbaclc zone. A breakdown of the goal situation finds Tom Murphy with 8, Bill Linz and Jim Murphy with 5, Henry Linz and Joe Lesniewslci with 5 apiece, and John Huehschmann with 1. The Calvert Hall Cardinal piclced Tom Murphy as center forward on its All-Maryland Scholastic soccer team. JAYVEE SOCCER The jayvee soccerites tasted defeat three times before they finally exploded with a salvo of goals in the season's finale against Calvert Hall. The juniors dropped close matches to City, 1-0, to Patterson Parlc, 2-1, to Poly, 1-0, and to Forest Park, 2-1, but pounded out a 4-1 decision over Calvert Hall. Tony Schneclc loolted promising in the nets, while Vvojtysialc, Salloeclc, Gahardine, and Teano played good hall upfield. Lavoie, Fred Brandt, Poole, Thrift, Herold, Venditti, Bartell and Shimanelc rounded out the team. Leading the scoring was Beam with 5 goals, while Salheclc, Vvojtysialc, and Teano had 1 each. t 87 BASKllBAll KES I- , will 9 Z 1bvftK5? -'A . - me ,im if-Nga vial Simi: N 'if :was rfsiriil-'W 'rfsll'-fl!" 'KP' IIS BIIW .... .lim Everett, team high-point scorer, starting one of those famous drihhle-in crih shots. That one has- lcet which would have brought his total up to 200 points just wouldn't crime in the alumni game. . . Ted Kirchner gets set for a shot from the outside. His eagle eye was missed during the couple of games he was out with a sprained anlcle. Cloclcwise: Ted Kirchner Pat Gogarty t4l. Ray Donaldson t15l. Diclc Krehs Ut. Andy Anderson t15,. Jim Stevens tml, Bernie Con- nor t5l, John Howell tml. .lim Ev- erett Hanlc Tollcer f9l. Tom Crist trol. Long-armed .lohn Howell flips one across to a team mate. His height helped him as center man on the team. . . Cap'n Pat Gogarty stretches those lnrawny arms while his eyes glint with that fighting irish spirit he displayed. . . Left- handed Franny Kidd, floor man, heaves one in to one of the for- wards. He pressed Everett for in- dividual scoring honors. Tortoise-lilce, the St. Joe varsity cagers started slowly hut ended with a rush. The six games they captured out of the last seven played gave them eleven'victories and twelve set-hacks as the season's record. But next year's prospects are tar rosier than those which faced coach Jim Laclcey when he first met his sixty-one candidates last Decemloer. Not one regular returned from the i40-'41 squad which was decimated hy graduation. Sitting his hopefuls, .lim selected his starters. Using more combinations than a time loclc in a hanlc, .lim worlced out a winning quintet which finished fourth in the private division of the Maryland Scholastic league. At season's end the line-up included seven regulars: .lim Everett, high man with 196 points poured through the hoop: Ted Kirchner, who dumped in 104 counters: Franny Kidd, southpaw ace with his one-hand specialty tosses which netted 171 tallies: John Howell, rangy sophomore center who collected 60 points, Jim Stevens, another huslcy from the third year who hlasted in 55 counters: Bernie Connor, elusive floor man and great set shot, who raclced up 45: and Pat Gogarty, he of the great competitive spirit, who made 51 points. Pat captained the .lay five for league games. A late start in commencing practice found the lads with only one game under their helts hy Christmas. Then, however, came an auspi- cious 40-26 win over the Coast Guard Radio School on the Mount floor. Ot the dozen Gael players, Jim Everett shone with six field goals and three charity tosses. Following the Yule holiday, Patterson Parlc quint smaclced our boys down, 51-15. Then Sparrows Point did it again, 26-25, in a thriller. Playing in Washington, St. John's made it three losses. 55-52. The Jays went all-out in their first conference campaign, outscoring their high-tlying Crusader foes from St. Pauls in the second and fourth periods but dropping a 'close one, 55-28. Galloway, of the visitors, was high with 16 points, while Everett got 13 for the locals. For the first time in four years, the .lays downed the Calvert Hall Cardinals, 54-51, as Ted Kirchner got 8 counters and Jim Everett, 18. On January 20 the lads were outclassed but not outfought lay a. smooth Loyola fjve and laowed, 52-15. Twenty-three players saw action for looth sides. The next day the Laclteys jumped right haclc into the win column. pounding Gilman, 27-14, in a tangle at lrvington. Towson Catholic, a well-rated B conference team, was forced to lower its colors. too, 28-15. Franny Kidd had his eye worlcing to the extent of five field goals in the Towson encounter. The .lay huclcet brigade almost sprang a major upset in a return bout with St. Pauls The Crusaders toolc this nocturnal clash, 28-15. but the .lays gave them a scare hy forging ahead in the fourth canto. Uevitt, of Washington, nudged St. Joe in the next match. 24-25. The visitors held the .lays scoreless for a quarter hut were almost nosed out by the fast-finishing home squad led by Jim Stevens with seven tallies. 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In-ug. llmx.-ll ll ul. l iluvu-'Q--lu.. Vrist .mul luuQ.uulx .uulu-ul uuu llu' lrluuuuuplu u - -- .uxv lX.uuluuu.uuu llul--xx llu. lu.ull mul ul lluu puluuu-. lxuluruu ID lulll .lluuu l'xu-ru-H lil. flu-xu-r lfuuxxurul, -l.url.-ul iuu llu suu.uuu- llu' l.uuu I us rl ulvsuu-uuml.-ul l.ul lluuqurlx .uuul l-uluuu lluuxxu-ll .uv .ulm xisululu- uuuuls. 41-rl lvlluuugu lm' lxxuu pu-uuuls. llu-uu lust rim Xxtiroir XX:-l-ln. Xlnlx llwlwr, l.nl-X fmoillnll. lollll lxvlllls 51-until row: Karl Null- nnni. lm-rn lipplu. lot- Nlls. lony l,1pton. Ftonfl mg lot- llnrm-st. llnux linlioll, lflinvr 9-luiltf, llrotln-1 Xlolfolin, llon K1-llx. l.ult finillott. lllilll .124-V l.nnl1-- N .innllfli .l. V. BAQKETBALL IDGETS AND CUBQ Italo- flii.I'I ln-lorv slit- wincl llrotlu-r Nlkllflllllllb -l-lll' svusonls stainiling ol ilu- Nliflgvts xx-is inyxve- ingt-rs sxwfpt tlirougli sixtcvn Quin:-s witli twvlw- wins. lin- lossvs. . . Vllliis nmlu-s ilu- wm- lourtven wins lor tliv lwst junior quint rcworcl in lncls' rvcortl lor tln- post' lour ye-urs lilly-lour wins nmny moons. Capturing six out ol' c-igllt ion! -against ten cle-llc-nts ...i X slow start, inc-xp:-ric-m'c', li-rc-rico tussl:-s Nils 1-nougli to insure tlie- Nlziry- mul loss ol' lu-ynwn lfilwlmlme-rg nncl .Xlmf-ll lor im' lrmil Sflmlustir jnyvef- titlt- lor tht- figmls, portant rlnslws rvsultc-ml in svvvrail svtlmrlis, lmt Starting lust, tht- ,lunior ,lays still lmfl f'l10llQll iinprovmm-nt sllown lute-r tilti-cl ilu- stole- to tlw rvsc-rw strvngtli to ollsvt tlw nmlsmson lossvs ol Yu tony sulv, svxvml it-glllurs. lUllIlcIU0lll'l1'll tossf-cl in KO goals cs . . .intl IU louls to unnc-X srorinff llonors xvitll i-. , , - . D - l . I l'Xl'l"I!lI0lIillly well XYlllI C llilfllf' .ll'llliIllS, 0llH'l' lOl' DOIlllS. IgClllllKl llllll tillllt' HIUYC Sll2ll'IlSll00lf'I'SI lm-I4 fiuillott witli 03. .lov liiil'lH"Sl witli 38, .lvrry if-orgv ljlwnlu-rg, in lim- ploy multi-i-, tt-.nm-cl up wurrl, wllo tossvcl in 20.1 points ovvr llw svnson, .in nw-rage ol twvlvr- points il Qsnnf' .... lolin lip wifi witli ". llairrv lmlloll witli 40, .lov Silli , . ll . 7' D . , . , .'Xl1Pll. .lnn XX nrrl. unrl .larlc 5l4f-llv. ull slxilli-il wltll 33,'l0llyl.lIllUlIXN'lll1 2.j,ill1tlxxfllllf'Y 1-lsli ,- l , lmll-llulltllvrs. provml to ln- lim- plnx'-mliri-rlors witlu 1 I. Rosy claws i1't'lIl iilwaul lor fvuel lmslivl - A I A ' I lroin tln-ir gjuairrl positions ,... lolln xlflllllxf .incl squat s. l n . . , llolm llemn. pivot men, art' also lllu-lx' YilI'SIlX' inn C onlvrf'nr'v lfws tlowlwtl lmy tlltf juyvvvs wx It , . ' ' , I - tllrlntvs H1 il yvnr or two .... lollll flwvns illltl l .ntte-rson, 31-zoq l oly, 23 ll: Soutln-rn, lj' 2, , . . J - , X .lllll llillit'f HRH' lllc' llitIKlYIllt'll ol tln' squtul l'ori-st l nrla, 20-111 f alvvrt HN-20: A lr- . . ' . -' . . . Xtllltll xxos aiggiun tutorml ln' ljmrotlwr liaurl. ly0llOLfll, 43-IS. lwo one'-point clvrlslolis clroppl fl ' to f ity alnfl N. l,illll s loru-cl tlw luwls to slr elif- troxsn xxitln Soutlnmn. lim-4-llnu. lmls Flwllx, lolnn ll'-ilu-ut. lolin l.ouQlur.un. lloul Us-xlin, fn-nv fv.ill.n':lim-, fworgi- Xl4l2ll.ix. lun Xxnnl, Holi li.-nm. lln-:nw tnitti Ftnnmling: llrotln-r l,.ifI, lm' lauolis, Roy llorv, llillx llurrouglus, fluimy l'mr.ull4-5, lllnnlii- lvnlxins, lllmllii- llvrln'rt, Sillm-irlvr. ,lolun Xlolulor, lolni Russo, lot- lot- Y.n'Ilu. lolun .Xlu-ll, lun llnlwr. llolx l,I!XXlIIlQ, llulx lla-tl. lllll ltflll, lvotlv--r llil.iin- 1 finnllt- l nnnm-llx, l'.nil Xlinpln. lmlx llnrrv. lulinnx fvniulnii, Hill Xppvl, Alinin Xltillmigiin-, Klill lin-1-lt-r. lmlx llnlnn. lynn l.illu'nNl1-in, lmnlx Nitlwx, xlnnriu' ljuill. Nt.-I Xlrlinllniilx. Nvirlx llvtnril' .intl King llnllnnl. HOCKFY , .A fl illn-plnplr--sliirlvclcllxnolfxmnlil5i'utl11'rRim.nl SlilllllillOltSlX uncle-rrntvcl liy lin- tmvnis sports fllli was e-uc-plimmlly wt-II lmlmn-ml. 1-qunllx smrilmvs, tlif- Nluuntls varsity slmtvrs starts-cl tlif' full-pt fit rlllillili or ttf-If-.N-. Xxillilv tlif- lorwaircl 5l'ilSOIl clulmlwcl an clulrious nclurlx lion:-Q' .incl .ns line- ol Nl:-l lg:-4-lvr. cc-ntc-r, .intl .lolln ljmrry .incl il Uluir to miclcllingu algjijrvgjeiliuii. lime-loro tlw .lumix llulnn. wings. monstuntly pc-ppvrvcl vnvnlx Sports fivnlrvis ici- lmcl lic-vn nu-ltorl Ivy spring tlu' Qonlivs witli rulmlwr. tim mlvlvnsc- rorrlon ol ljnul .lay icers lmcl truntllc-rl tlirnugli un lIllIll'lI'ill1'll Nlllrpliy. Nlaxuriu' fguill untl nvt tvnclvr Con lf'ilQlll'S0ilS0ll. llml lulu-n tvnout 0lilXN1'lYl'llilSlll'N, nc-lly nmclf' it llllQlllj' lougli lor ilu- lim- to lilinlx null llucl clroppvcl lliv ollif-rs only lmy one--point lin' rr-cl ligjllt. nmrgins. A lzirgf- ngw plnqliv unxl tln- xlonsignnr Ajm-If ljnlmfs j'0u,h.1.n mllips h,',pml ilu. Um CJUIW' lrftltltl' fwlits' llml 5l- 'lm' Wftlmfl UP U5 lvrvliu' storing, witli .lolin Hurry, ljnul xlllfllllf xlurylnnrl uncl Cnllmlif wlmlustic tillillllIlS nn tim mul Nlvl l5m.li.r ,mi far in ilu. War' Ajolm Condml iff- tvmnctl will: tlw nwrrx' lxlufs-Nlvl lxlrflorniiclx illpuim lil-1-It-i ,NNN mil. ISr.,iI..Lf Ri.,,..l,., uncl Vli0lll Nlc',l'1'nQlw-to innlxe 21 strong sf-roncl xxuw-. Xvln-n .lmlt llnlnn llc-.mite-ml lm' .1 Cixil 56rviu' iolm in lioslon, flontlon :now-cl up, untl into tile lure-ufli in ilu- sc-foncl line' num- spvecly in linllu-iisteiii, an lc-uclvr in jnyvvf- storing. 'itll tlwsv swilt sl:illvlaxli-swimgimj liorwnrrls unrl il clolvnsc llml turnvcl in lllI'PP sllut-outs nntl i' singlc--Quail Qmnes. St. ,lov lmll an most sur it-sslul sz-uson. ln tlu- regular lc-uf - '- ' gue 1X6 ry tvaun ns inf-t nncl roliqlwrfwl twirv: in tlw play-oils en xtulxlmrn fwulw-rt llull six wus loppccl. 3-3. But tllv tvum liinnlly mmm- to grivl, 2-I, axgjninst Poly ' ' ' 'aural fun lililSll. 'l4llP slcatvrs werv nosvrl nut lxy St. l:l'ilIll'lS Prvp ut llroolclyn, N. Y., 3-1. liut lliis Sllliffll was mort- tlmn 1-raise-cl ut tht- Sports e win-n ,lurk linrry store-rl in tlw lirst tvn xf'l0lNlS :intl St. ,lrw toppvcl tllc- l:lilllJllSlN'l'5, 2-I. Nlurpliy nncl live-lvr nimle the Poly Press Stair irc- tr-ann. Vliliis cluo, along will: ,lolin Pmrry. coinpc-tml nn tln- .Nil-Star squml xxliimli fmt-ll tlu' ,unior flriolvs, Hurry scnring tlie lirsl Quail. 92 lauvv: l lrxl von: lylvulluvl llilavrlll-, 'loin fvlll-I, King l'fvuml Q . . . . . lm- ,lulIll, llanlx llmlx, llvlnlm- lla-rll.nr4lAllvnxxlu, loin Rxan llvlllle' .Xpp1'l. Fvuvlul low lllflx 5llllll,lIl4'lx. ln'I'l'X lnlllxlllll luanlx Xlaxlwll. lun Xxln-lan, llanlx lnppn-ll. llaul llallnx, laul lfolu-lla, lu-nv Xlalom-, loom Fporn-r. ln a llI'f'-cwlll'l5lIllclS lllrillm-r l.oyola lmowc-ll, '3 I on goals lmy llarry. llolan aml xlrQ ormimlx. .Nllm llw X4-xx lvar lln- lays. on Dolan s poilll, 4-la-fl olll a I 0 will lronl Imly. cllllflllll xvilll lwo, ljuill llllll lblllklll XVllll lllll' JIIHl'l'l'. llI'llM'll Il'llSll C illY1'l'l 1 1 ll..ll. allvr wlrirll calm' a 1 0 romp ovvr l'orc'sl l,arlQ in xxllilll llcwll-r lwllvfl Iwo. 1-llggf' ovvr l,oyola in a lorrifl vllmolllllvl' lillally lalwu lry lln- lan. 3-3. lla:-ll lilac' a paraclm- calm wins on-r l,olx'. lo. fwalxvrl 1 I. illlll ljorm-N larlx. 3-2. llhllxllllf 5l, .lov llu- llrsl ll-am vvm' lo go lllffllllfll a lvagur- wason ulllwalfwl. JAYVlili I ll JCKl iY lllilml plan- xxax lln- lol ol llu- jayxvr- lxlamlvs Illl'll lluougla lln-3 xxx-rv loplwavy will' lligjln smorvrs Ill Nil-IQ llc-loriv, ljranlx Nimlwy. lion l:illlil'llSll'lll Knolwlmy llarris. aml ,lacl4 Rolwrls. King l'ouml 1-igjnf-cl in lln- vwlx anml Xvally Nlilllll5 anrl .lol w - f 1 Q Slllilll xxarrlz-rl all alla: lu-aw. l llc' l,llll1-fnavls won lour. losl lxxo. mlllll llml om: lllllll llzl. lll'1'l1'l anvl llolall luoxvr alvolll l'ulx'x :lvl . . lls-4-lm-I avul Rm-uw ol lmal.. lan- ll all . . . llulan mluav-N nl-lmuml againfl lloly .... X linlnifll- molllc-I1-lrvv in I..,,.,I.. gamm- xxo lliflllllllllj goals gan- ilu- lXlUlIIll5 an lwllly f 'Ql'Q.1 ', fi-j f QL M - 4 'A' 'xg' fl' W -f'v-am- il-3' 4 'F A ,z ' 2 SX Y n . ff X A y Fl'Xi'!'!" . I ,,,, ja judas: 'YTJV S L if A as K wmv? . M wwggmiirwmfv -4-.... ""'-'nun ' SQ. V 5 ,X in -, . - x i K -, ky -Y 1 i N v-:,- , ,M .4 ,. J Zk- " i 4' Lui Jw L "'7f ffl I ' " Q gr 4, 'Q " W gf fi S .W iafgi 4 52 n, I H AW .-nv V f ,yy . , 'lam , Q gif' . ,- , . 4 E, 4' ,. A R A A tx ' ugh ily ft X itkjfnf gy D' Vx 'Q V 3' , Tracie team: First row: .l. Rey- nuan, J. Russo, C. Clmallc, l... Batlmon, A. Memmmmnel, Brotlmer Ricardus, VV. Ratlmell, D. Williallls, J. Quinlamlm, D. Messier, N. Caslmen. Second row: rl. Davis, A. Allnertnmi. ft Bathon, J. Mersiimger, rl. Reideman, .I. Vvlme, .l. Kerr, A. Gnui, B. U'Donnell, W. lVlcQuay, J. Owens, E. Jerry, R. O'Brien, T. Gihhons. Third row: F. Simon, B. Yvoli, F. Del Grosso. L. Tzmrescu, C. Nlurplmy, J. Mayers, l... Heinl, L. Lanahan, G. Stein, B. Taylor, A. Brandt, P. Loughran. A practice jog for time relay men. . . Franlc Batlmon lceeps up with At lvlemmel. . . Alix-'rio Brandt up. The haton goes from Challc to Raili- ell. . . Rathell. Larry Batlmon und Clmallc uit' tlme marlc. Cross country: First row: Steve lvlorris, Cvlemrruy Stein. Norbert Zel- ler, Joe Mersinger, Alhert Memmel, .lnimn Owl-ns, Neil Cuslmen, Steve Nlalone. Ed Jerry. Second row: Qoach Dominic Giamlao, Franklin l'ernandez. Paul Reeves, .lose Comas, Oscar Acosta. Robert QBrien, Don De Launey, Rohert Lassilly, Richard Shimanelc. .,.. 'Irvs .., CROSS CGUNTRY Harrier co-captains AI lwlemmel and Joe lxflersinger had only Ed Jerry and Qilenroy Stein to team with them as veterans hut a goodly crew oi fourteen others joined them when Coach Mr. Giamlmo issued the call. Through hright weather and cold, the thin clads plodded their ditti- cult way up hill and through fields. Against Forest Parlc they dashed home with time honors, 21-54, and again against lVlcDonogh, 16-'56, hut dropped dual meets to Poly and City. AI Memmel and Joe Mersinger finished lirst in a dead heat against Forest Parlc and Ed Jerry finished fourth. Although these 'three were well up in front in all the meets. laclc of further places hurt team victories in the Poly and City meets. Other Jay thinlies facing the barrier were Steve Morris, Glen Stein, Norh Zeller, John Owens, Neil Cashen, Steve Malone, Fernandez, Reeves. Comas, Acosta. O'Brien. DeLauney, and Cassilly. Manager was Richard Shimanelc, and helping Coach Giamho was Tom Devlin. Nlaryland U. and lormer St. Joe great. TRACK Once around the track and the ten-ton steam roller had made firm the footing for the 1942 Gael gales. But long before that, even before the first inevitalale signs of spring. they had loeen out llexing their muscles, and chasing away time crinlcs oil winter. While Coach Brother Ricardus was still .driving the hoclcey lads into the league championship, Cap'n AI Memmel led the Cinder lads in their calisthenic contortions. Shedding their wraps, forty-three wind-builders reported at the first call. It was good to see the veterans-among them, miler Al Memmel, half-milers Joe Mersinger and Franny Bathon, dash men Charlie Challc, Larry Bathon, and Bill Rathell, hurdler Red Jerry, and high-jumper Alherto Brandt. Gthers who shaped up well in the early sessions were mammoth Dan Messier, to handle the weight bequeathed by Jim Good- man, Jaclc Quinlan and Bernie Taylor to use their long legs to advan- tage on time hurdles. V ' The traclc schedule included the meet in Washington, Penn Relays in Philadelphia, the U. of M. invitation meet, dual meets with Patterson Parl-c, City, Poly, Forest Parlc, the "C" Meet at Washington, and time Maryland Scholastic Association Championships at Homewood. Something special on this year's squad is the relay team composed of speedstersicharlie Challc. Rathell, Larry and Franny Bathon. Also outstanding is Bill Rathellis dashing 440 and Alherto Brandt's zoning in the high jump. Much attention was paid to the development oi the jayvee. Meets were arranged for promising and hardworking youngsters, Neil Cashen, Bill Davis, John Owens, and Murphy. 95 VARSITY BASEBALL "There goes our ball teamf' sighed a lad at St. lVIary's Industrial School when Babe Ruth signed up to play with the Orioles hacl-c in 1914. Rodger Pippen of the News Post seemed to thinlc the same situation prevailed at the Mount when classy second-Ioaseman Ted Sczeplcowslci agreed to try his fortunes with the same International League team. But though hit hy graduation and other losses, there was an optimistic spirit to the Purple nine this year. The sixty candidates lor varsity diamond posi- tions numhered few veterans, hut were rich with talent from last year's champion jayvee squad. After carefully sifting the prospects, Brother Vin- cent pinned his hopes on seventeen players. From indications in early spring, it will he a smooth- fielding launch that will represent the Mount. There is some douht that the heavy siege guns ol St. Joe batsmen will he pounding as loud as usual this semester. The team is set lor its eighteen-game schedule which includes ten home clashes. The Maryland Scholastic loop is divided again this year into J AYVEE BASEBALL The USlli:ll ElVElIizlIlCl'lC Of I'l'0Sl'l illld S0pI'l I'l0pC- tuls descended upon Brother Patrick this spring, hut helfore he was huried literally, he managed to single out twenty-three prospects as worthy of defending the championship won hy last year's iayvees. The hurden's hrunt of this campaign should he home hv such stalwarts as catchers Imhoti and Goodrich: hurlers Lipton, Korniclc, and Teano: first baseman Joe Smith: second saclcers Hupler and Newcomhg shortstops Mulgrew and D'Amog third Iaaseman Amer: and outtielders Roherts, Goldsmith, and Holdridge. The juniors face a truncated league schedule opening April 16 at IVIcDonogh, and playing Loyola April 23, and Calvert Hall April 30. In May the Iads travel to City May 7, and finish with School of Printing May 14. Brother Pat- rick plans to holster this list with games with leading parish cluh teams. two divisions, with the Jays in with City. lwlc- Donogh, Patterson park and Southern. Non- league tests are slated with Forest Park, Spar- rows Point, Loyola, Devitt, Calvert Hall, Annapo- lis, Gonzaga, and University of lxlaryland Frosh. Lefty Andy Anderson looms as the ace chuclcer with his variety of curves and Imuclclers. Andy should prove one of the leagues brighter lumi- naries. Other apple tossers are sophomores Jim Batterden, John Vveetenlcamp, and .Iohn Evelius. Batterden and Weetenkamp toed the mound for the jayvee champs last year, and Evelius did simi- lar worlc for the Cuhs. Portsider Jim Maloney was a late entry into the moundsmen's corps. The catchers are three deep. Bill Finnegan was a reserve haclcstop last year: John Condon carries a big hat and owns a strong arm: Frank lWIarino is a sandlot veteran. In the infield Gene lvlalone had the call on First hase, little .Iaclc Leonard on second, large Iwlaurice Quill at short, and Ted Kirchner on third. Joe Getzendanner and Bill Kohlholit were reserves. Jaclc Barry, Knolohy Harris and Jumping .Ioe Vvarczynslci pa- trolled the pastures. MIDGET BASEBALL Don't he misled hy the Cuh group picture on the opposite page. The twenty-two portrayed are just the faithful few who responded for the pho- tographer two weelcs helore the season opened. Almost a hundred lads turned out for the Cub league when Brother Earl Hashed the green light lor candidates alter Easter. SIentz's Field was hlaclc with aspiring athletes for a few days until Brother divided the hopefuls ott into league nines. Upon the completion of the regular schedule the usual playoffs and World Series were in the offing. From the various teams in the circuit, outstanding players were chosen to compose the All-Stars, which competed with other freshmen and parish teams on weekends. Most ol- this year's varsity stars cavorted at one time for the Cubs, and many of this springs year- lings will he holding down varsity spots in a year or two. V . , .. , , , XKKIYSIIQY Iirsl nm: Bill lxflllllwll, .Iulm Xxvc-lP11Im111p, .Iim II.mllvr4I1-n, IXnuI1I1y Ifamis. I'JrulIu-r NIINWIII. Luk I.mvn.mI. In-:I KirrIum-r, InIm I'.vm-Iius, CIUIIQ' Ixlulmw, Hank row: I'mnIx liunmmr, Nlfnuriw Quin. Iulm fionchmn, Inc XVnr1,zynsIii, .Inv cI6'l7L'lllIiIlIIlk'I', I"mnIi NIurinu, IIiII Ilinrwgml, ,I.u'Ii Hurry, Dirk Pmrrrnl. Amlc-rsnn is missing Irrrm IIN: picllurv. ,IKIIL Ignlfrf illlll 'IH' NXIRIU Zylliki llll ilIvh'l' il UIHZ . . IIl'l'IxI1'l'5 KIfl'Illll'f, cvllllllllf, IAIIIIIUQAII, :UNI XY4-1-lc-nIml1up. . . Sluggc-rs f!nmIrm, Quill, 5InIonv .... N IuuI Iur Bill. 'IIN' jnyvmw IJUIUHI IIN' llll. Slxly wix Imp4'I'1lIs Inu' you in f'uIws: Ilinl nm: Knm'lIvill, II1-yvr. II1-:mln-gall IIn'rm"fI suml nl IIN- In-In In-Inrv I'rrnIIn-r I'.ulli1Ix pu! lIu'lu I5mlIwr I3nrI. I, 'I'.nl1Ivul'mm. ,I. XXVRIHI, Nm-Isun. S4'c'ullmI rum lIurnugIl .u NITVIIIIUIIN nurImul In :Im-In-runiml illxl ssIm xxnulml mum- XXIVUIV. I. Iuuanly. .I. Ifmlefla-11, I. Iiulwr, I. Ki'mIm4-1. XX' Dvxxn-. 'wiv' IIN' -slumI In cIr'Ia'mI lln- -mImI.uli4 julliul IIIJIIIIIYIUIINIIIIY. IVIIXHI mu: V. I.u4Ilh'. .I. XvujIx'siAlIi. CYIIHIV. I, Iluulv, .I Iluurlln rum: I I.uugInmu, I, I'axrIn'y, I. Sllip IVX. KPTIIJIII. 97 SCHIP ul lllf- lvnnis lllIlllH2ll'll'S am- ,lmwn in rc-pose-. ln tlw usual nmlvr squul .lnlm Howell, G1-orgv Klinv, Bill l.in7, lin! Gognrly. Xvurren Hislwr, nnrl ffuurlm llrullu-r lxlulrolm, Kline, Biclwr, l.inz mul 1 Ungurly mv ull svninrs: Elm.-Il li in supln, lrunli Killfl IlIlSSf'll llw pll'lllI'n' ve-rnml Slw-clxnun, fluuss, l lilllli fuslwn, lun: Ryan. llmlr lfln-n, Bill llan'i5, uml l'runli fnlulllu n-yv lln- Igrmxlu-r slunu- us illllslruh-ml lry luusliy Karl Knsp:-r Nui in ilu- piclurv un- .lim llrmxn uml l'4l.mlx funllugln-r. Ilw lllllix squml was rnlx xnlln u-h-runs invlumling Sie-vslnmn, Ryun, ljln-n, fuhnuu, fuxllngln-r, mul llnmn. A gruup ul lln- guppivs limls 41-.uh-nl in lmnl Navy llamxuurcl, ll.nI4lu-rum, f lmrlie- ljuiln-y l'mnli l.um-x. Allan-rlu llrmull. flu Iln- lnmurml .nv lulm lfllmuu-ll, Dun l'4'llu11.l, lllllll lXvrr, Dun Xvilliullls. Dun Buss. XX'4.IIy lxlnlllis mul fqmulu Arlllur lllulll. SUIIIIWYIIUH' mlnwn umle-r wnh-r wvn- lull llmlx. flue-n llmu-gnu. l.uu Nlm-llm-r, cillilfllt' Nlurpluy, l.uu lll-im, llill Lung:-, G1-nrgv l.lllill'l. l'lnil llnllllligulu, ,lim ll.-rrizlu-ilin, Sum llln-lgw, .mul .lmry lelhlxtlh 925 THE TENNISTS Dull March slcies and sodden courts slowed up the appearance of the tennists, hut when their new coach, Brother lVlal.colm, issued his first call in the last weelc of March, twenty enthusiasts reported, eager for action. Among them, all ex- cept three were on last yearls team: Don Mohler, George Kline, Bill and Henry Linz, John Howell, Fran Kidd, Warren Bislcer, and Ed Hoclc. The winner of the fall survey tournament was Gene Malone, but baseball claimed him come spring. He had heaten Bill Linz in the finals, John Helfrich in the semi-finals. Frosh Jim Ward was a surprising contender. Although last year's was a poor season, the experience gained from it was a hig help to this year's crop. With John l'lowell's long reach and sweeping drives, lVlohler,s steady baseline play, Linz's consistent returns, Kiddys left-handed smash serve, Hocles slamming net play, Kline's chop shot, and Bislcefs endurance, the team cer- tainly had halance and versatility. The schedule listed conference matches with Gilman, Loyola, Severn, Calvert Hall, City, Poly, and Forest Parlc. Other matches included Gon- zaga ot Washington and the annual faculty game. GULF ln this, the third year that the Mount has heen represented on the fairways, seven veterans of the scholastic linlcs wars reported for service. Gradu- ation toolc a light toll from last year's squad, with only Gaff, Bowersoclc, Fenton, and Hoplcins miss- ing. Those returning included Franlc Catania, Boh Ehen, Vernon Steedman, Tom Ryan, Jim Brown, Franlc Gallagher, and Karl Kasper. Among the newcomers are Bill Gauss, Frank Cashen. Bill Davis, and Leo Hartlauh. Once again Rolling Road was the home course for the Jays, and they were hard to heat on its spacious pastures. Seven dual meets with Forest Parlc, Loyola, Poly, lVlcDonogh, and City were played during the campaign. ln addition, the local divot-diggers were involved in the Nlaryland Scholastic Association Championships held at Hillendale May 2, 9, and 16. Karl Kasper, husky freshman, looked the cream of the niblick crop as he consistently toured the courses in the upper 70's. Bch Eben, and the three Franks-Catania, Cashen, and Gallagher- also played a steady game. SWIMMING Four things are outstanding about this year's swimming team-their spirit, their coach, their cap- tain, and their copping three tirsts in the State Championships to share individual school honors with City. Arthur uRed" Hucht did wonders with the smallest tanlc squad in the circuit: Charlie nBruz" Dailey remained far and away the classiest cham- pion in these parts: and for sheer get up and go, no other squad in the school could surpass the natators, though laclc of numbers made team vic- tories in meets scarce. But the State Meet was a thriller, and snaring three lzirsts was a feat equaled only hy City. "Bruz" Dailey swam a dream race to retain his 220 title: Bob Lange in a breath-taking finish snared the hreast strolce title: then they teamed with Billy Hatcherson to talce the medley relay. Manager Phil Dunnigan, hesides the others mentioned, lorded it over squadmen Ed Hoclc, Bud Mathis, Don Williams, .laclc Jenlcins, Sam Phelps, John Downey, Larry Stromherg, Alberto Brandt, Louis Heim, Jerry Linder, Don Boss, and Louis Mueller. .PEP RAllIESH.lIFE ES TRUPH ER AK C M US If 5 Q 2 M z 5 mul Amly Anclvrson lypiluy flu- past gricl svn- son . . . llvirurrlly uml lxluuni lmys nil:-ml Sulpirian julmilvv . . . Nlr. lnomis prvsiclcs at lmnrl relwarsul . . . ljootlmll Froliu-rs ruslm lor lmulloons. Sisters ol' llw lloly Rule-1-nrwr in Ille olcl . . ' ' ' lulclwn . . . an lulnlunl group ut ilu- lx. ol C . Qrirl lJillNIlll'l-Nl9SSlPl', l'ullu-nstein, flillwri, flrvllcr, Hillxli, Coaclx Yvugvr, Ralllell, Croolc, l.0im'0no . . . Ilw resirlvnl sluclvnls slf-vp . . . mul c-ell. mul 1-all . . . mln- luwvr lbielml pri-sf-nts il lrvv linml rnmpus Vishu . . . lvr. Sullivan, sinu' clefvusvml, rliscussvs lllc Cwillllilllll l5s'm'v0l0nt lrgfion gricl ll'0lllly. N Qfmxx k Mrs .C 45 5? U 'K S? K M 22 I --.gf mfvfg 'A a,a'mA ,g1pt.fg,ff.,5. 1, ff f Q 3, 1 ,Nm 5 , vw if , ..f v 1 A ff A46-2 W3 ' I'r by., , if A f qu -v ww" A , , xx l .. X I ggiiifilf ,. in A -'iw u N Q , -wr W 'i x :spy Ms+.?:M 1"'9"M X, E5 1 I X E i jig k V we Q . 2 5 s . , , l 'ff ,R , 5 + ' 2 ,L ty la 5. Q, If I QR' 2 2 , X . A " my 1 , , v", 4 , 5 ' X , in ak Til f A f A . -ga - W fi . ' """ , ' +R 1 M 1 I fl - , ay CLAQI' Diary of a School . . . Septemtmerz lxlass ot the Holy Ghost, heard hy entire student hody and llacutty at lxlonastery on Septemher 15, hegins school year. . . Bart: to the hlount to tind several new courses open: shop math ll, advanced wood shop. metal shop ll, journalism ...i Also new staggered lunch period and weeldy auditorium periods. . . Out- side stairways and douhleedeclcer laeds. . . Five new additions to faculty-Brother Ke-nan thistoryl, Brother hlalcolm tEnglishl, hlr. Loomis tmusicl, lxtr. Plevyalc tcommerciall, and hlr. Giamtoo tdrattingl. . . Five new overseas lpoarclers. . . Brother Camille visiting trom Africa. . . Footlxall begins, with I4 coaches, Ol teams, 209 in unitorm. . . Fall tennis tournament sees junior Gene lxla- lone top senior Bill Linz. 6-4, 6-4. Octoher: Nlonth tor scholars and literary genii. Quill questionnaire solicits into on the hoys that lcept popping up in later issues. . . Senior Com- mittee organizes. . . Crusade unit elects otllicers and presents new uCrusader.,' . . John Potocld and Tony ljopoli get ljeahody music scholarships. . . Catholic Review subscription drive goes over hig. . . Culos lose tirst game in three years, I2-6, to St. lvlaryls lndustrial School. . . Camera cluh has 57 memhers. . . First period honor roll lists 61. . . R.A. drives tor old paper. . . Checlc-up reveals 40096 increase in Spanish students, a dozen Gaels ot the clan lwurphy. . . Christy Vvalsh addresses scrihes. November: News picture ot the month-Charlie Challc and Linda Darnell, the cinemactress . . . Retreat from the 17th to the zoth, with Father Conron Kane, C.P., addressing the upper class- men in the chapel and Father Thaddeus Purdon, CP., talking to the others in the auditorium. . . Large crowd watches the tlames in the night at the Calvert Hall loontire rally. . . Eloeution hon- ors go to Bch lxlurto, Franlc Gallagher and Ed Lauer. . . Football championships come our way -the Catholic title to the varsity, the State title to the jayvee. Football Frolie in gym. .1 Slut-et metal shop during the rush hour. tfxperts visilzle are ljranli Snnttlullller. Sam tlluflps, Xxhrlt, 'lloln Spurrer, .toe lreland, Al Nl:-nnnel, George Dressel, Bill flonilus, .lov laxmtxxig, and lxlr. vauglit. Santa Claus tinlrly, duly adnrnert, hrowheats youngsters tor is Quill Scoop. . . tiurst. tlharlie Krieger. and Hants Tollrcer strut taetorc the tower. . . Seniors and Brother llmmanuel tlocli lmacli to the class alter a tire drill. 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N:-.ella ilu- llulun-N11-:uh llmlluf-I ,Xlxinf .urli-lx qlf-sim! ilu- lin-, Xlul ll'-lllmhms .I...r.'. .ulmul Iluv n.uli.- WF -'Tf x AH L aw an Q 7' W 'if G 4 3' -I A ' , ,lv - fo l , ' 4 Q ,g,,.v..,x X24 flwn, . . . GUAQLUQ ,lim lieilerlim- mines luis lnit lor national Ll:-lense . . . Leslie lfsslinger on time alert . . . A -all tn tive mulurs-l'aul Reeves. x'.11, respontls , . . Senior Ray Donultlson symlmlizes tlie npitume nl il all . , rl:-parting senior uonllers wllut lin' lulure lnoltls lor llim. 10 -r I lDf'l'enllJl"l'I ljftiilfl llflfltllr Slflli1'S llillllfx. . . Fatller ol Don l:I'6fll'll is lqillecl in liirst onslaugllt. . . Nine laruity memlmers lpefome air raicl warclen instructors. . . Calieteria is macle into air raicl slxelter. . . Cflxristmas. . . lfvancl gives Cliristmas musieal. . . fiolclie poses as Santa. . . Graclers go on Yule trip to Riclge. . . lfostonians ancl Anf clerson matte it up to time Bay State in Anclvs jalopy. . . fguill fonventioneers go to Catllolie press meeting at fireensliurg, lla. . . iliollier anrl Uonalclson write raclio play lor nleclal llour January: lxlicl-term exams7-and tlle year llall over. . . New lyowling league starts. also paro- eliial lnaslietlrall league. . . ltaslcetlmall team in clolclrums lmul lmeginning its all-out ellort lor strong linislm. . . lloeliey team starts its remarlxalmle win strealc. . . lxlu Delta elulx lpurns. . . fiuest ltill Remlmoncl eats liglit lmullms. . . lxlountmen go in lor Civilian Defense. . . Zoo lmeeome lfeymen as earcl party is lnig sueeess. lfelmruaryz Senior ljrom, on Valentineis eve, witli Jollnny Long anti Helen Young. . . Kitclxen renovatecl in wliite tile. . . firacls turn tars ami rlouglnlmoys. . . lfnsign Danclriclge in tallc urges Navy enlistments alter gracluation. . . Xaverian Superior General visits. . . Swimmers Charley llailey, Bulb Lange, anti Billy I'IillC'lll'fS0lI eoppillg lirst places in clual meets. lxlarcliz Hltoom Serviee" goes into procluetion. . . Quill eomentioneers, 18 strong, go oll to Nan- liattan, wlxere tliey garner lirst llonors. . . RJX. skating party. . . Don lxloynilnanis raclio svript is airefl over .... Ill wins linal clelmte. . . ltocliey team ljeeomes league ulnamps. . . Baslaetf lmllers win six ol last seven games. . . Fall sport ilNVilI"llS ilfi' lllilillh . . lDiltlCy, l.illlLfl', llilll'llCl'!40lI talce lirsts in state swim meet .... laelc l.f'0llilHl wins S23 clelense lmoncl. . . Moe Boettinger acl! rtrcsses Seton High press meet. Spring: "Room Service" goes over lxig lrom time IQtll to tile 23tl1 ol' lxlarell. . . lgaselmall in tlle air. . . Anal tlne lawns just rigllt lor tolling. . . Nay Ijtll, clate lor pulglieation ol tile yearlmooli. . . Frat Hop-Kappa Cl1i's speeial at the Country cilllll. . . l?illill PXUIHS liOf' till? SClliUI'S Slillvll litll' .lune Stl! to Qtlm. . . 'lille lxig clay-time l2tll1 tlle plaee'-tlle l.yricg tile item-tlle diploma: tile oe- 1'asion-grartuation. Ancl tlientfi' .J4 Ciba? af Wounf 109 f L 1 5 ? s.w f,,f N, L 52. ym,0f,3 K, 1 t -pw. .1 V awww..-W., g . 54 J. FWQYWW W . na- .v-.-,my -, Y. .avr-7.1,-f,4...,,.,.-,f..,.,,v,-1-. ,E .W--1. -.W .. 1,-..vqrn,rv-.1.-gt ,Q gr W SENIOR DIRECTORY Anderson, Alhert ....,...... .......... 0 27 Bartlett St., Baltimore, hid. Antczalc, Richard... Auf-r, Nvilliam... Bakfr, CllEll'l!'S ....,.. Baldwin, Francis... Balmert, Richard... S. Streeper St., Baltimore, Md. 126 Rosecrotl Terrace. Baltimore, Md. Fairfield Ave., Catonsville, . ......... 106 N. Linden Ave., Baltimore. Md. H6326 Frederick Ave., Catonsville, Md. Bangert, George ......... ...718 North Point Rd., Highland P. O. Bangs, Edward ..,....... ...... 1 630 E. Fort Ave., Baltimore, lvld. Barry, John .......... .. B .-.. n, Richard ....... . B .-..if nn, Andrew .... Beilein, .I..I.n...... Binkn. Vviliin lll.. . Bislcer, Vvarre ri.... . Presly St., Malden, Mass. Mills, Md. ............6509 Armstrong Ave.. Baltimore, Md. .......18 E, Heath St., Baltimore, Md. .....,...,625 S. Streeper St., Baltimore, Md. 2810 Echodale Ave., Baltimore, Bjurstrom, Vvilliam .... 7012 Piney Branch Rd., Silver Spring, Md. Bla cliert, George .... Boetteher, Daniel... Boettinger, lvlaurice .... Bond, Bernard. ...................... . ................3l45 Stricldand St., Baltimore, Md. 628 S. Warwitvk Rd.. I4 S. Loudon Ave., 5023 Vvilliston Sl.. Baltimore. Baltimore. Baltimore. Detorie, Nicholas ............ 2217 Huntington Ave., Devanny. Edward .................... 402 Hazlett Ave. Dolan, John ................... ......... 7 2 Vvatts St., Baltimore, hid. , Baltimore, Malden, Mass. DQDHHIKISCIH, RilylIl0nd ................ 2 Tfellllllll till., BilItilll0fe, Donohue, .lohn ..............., 3523 Edmondson Ave., Dressel, George .... ........ .... 3 6 I2 Hamilton Ave., Duggan, Francis .... ............1O S. Monroe St.. Dunnigan, Philip ................ 2820 Pelham Ave.. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore. Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Everett. James ................ 2525 E. Jefferson St., Baltimore, Md. Fallcenstein, Donald ................ 338 Marydell Rd., Baltimore, ivld. Federline. James ................ 4222 Vermont Ave., Baltimore, Md. Femia, Joseph ............ Flanagan, Daniel .......... ........3059 Brighton St., Baltimore, Md. hid. Franco, Anthony ..,................. 1008 Granhy St., Baltimore, Md. Furlong, Walter ..... Furst, Willittni ........ ...........432 lllchester Ave., Edmondson Ave.. Cvarcia, Raymond ........................ Consulado 165, Garvey. James F. Baltimore, Catonsville. Havana, Cuha Rolling Rd. and Old Frederick Rd., Catonsville, Md. Brandt, Alherto ...... Brandt. Antonio. .Plaza Panteon Norte 22, Caracas, Venezuela .....,...................Caracas, Venezuela Brennan, Thomas ...... Burns, Vvalter ........ Byrne, Francis. Catania, Francis. Cecil, John ...... Coll ins, Julian ..,.... ......14'34 Hanover St., Baltimore ......,..615 Grantley St.. Baltimore. to 4th St., Brooklyn ....2240 E. Chase St., Baltimore Mills, Hilltop Rd., Catonsville, Comhs, Wlilliam ............ Conner. Connor. Connor, Cosden. Kenneth . Bernard. . . . Francis ..... John ...... Crist, Thomas. Crook, Tl'l0HlHS, .. Crow, Robert ......... CUIIIIIIOHS, Curry, John ............ Dailey, Charles ..... 2228 VV. Baltimore St., Baltimore . . Garvey, .lohn .l .............,....,.. 5310 Brahant Rd., Catonsville, Md. Getlta, .loseph ........ 432 S, Patterson Park Ave., Baltimore, Mil. Cvilhert, Riel ...r d .................... ion Gorsuch Ave., Bnltitnore, Md. Gleason, Robert .....,... ......., 5 oo Hilton Ave., Catonsville. Md. fioeltel, .lohn ....... ................. 2 1 Ridgeway Rd., Catonsville, Md. Gogarty, 'tt tcwttt as ........ 606 Tuclcerman St., N. .W., Waslnington Goldsmith, Francis ...,................ 780 Grantley St., Baltimore, Md. Goulet, Arthur..H ouse 408, Colon Beach, Cristohal, Canal Zone Q Greller, Andrew ....,....... Hartlce, Raymond .......... ....45l4 Kenwood Ave.. ......1910 VVillcens Ave.. .,..........,........,....,......l.VVashington. D. C. ............345 Llandrillo Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Baltimore, hid. Baltimore, Mtl. Hartlauh. Leo ...,........ ........ I 6 Randall Ave., Pilcesville. Md. 3414 University Place, Brunswick St., ........245 S. Louden Ave.. ..1111 Ashhurton St., ...IDIS N. Bentatou St.. Baltimore, Baltimore, Baltimore, Baltimore, Baltimore. ..............58o9 Halwyn Ave.. Baltimore. 2330 XV. Lexington St.. Baltintore. .....,...,.2704 Riggs Ave., Baltimore. Damario, Philip ................ 4412 Frederick Ave., DHnBllCf, .l0l'll'l ...... de Kowzan, Paul. . .,............46l0 Arahia Ave.. .laclcson St., Detorie. John ................ 2217 Huntington Ave., Baltimore. Baltimore. Baltimore. Baltimore. Hartman, Vvilliam ............ 503 N. Ellwood Ave., Baltimore, Md. Helfrich , John ......... . liiclcs, Charles ......... Hook, Edmund ........... HUCITSCIIHIDDH , tlOlll'l ...... ireland, Joseph ....... Jamison, Rohert.. .' ....... . .. Jerry. Edwin ....... Jones, Paul ......... Kaufman, Melvin ........... Kavanagh, John J. .... 434 N. Lalcewoo 2871 VV. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore, Md. .927 N. Vvashington St., Baltimore, Md. Montrose Ave., Catonsville, Md. .....,6'51 Conlding St.. Baltimore, ..........2838 Riggs Ave., Baltimore. Md. .......3227 Dundallc Ave., Dundallc, Md. ......2602 Monument St.. Richmond. Va. P. 0. Box 565, Dahlgren, Va. .........lQl9 McElderry St., Baltimore, Md. d Ave., Baltimore, Md. Kavanagh. .lohn J. itil ............ 234 N. Payson St., Baltimore. Md. Kavanaugh, Rohert ................ VVestchester Ave., Ellicott City, Md. Kazmierslti. Henry ............. Kirch ner, Theodore .... Kleiner, Jerome ..... . Kline, George ........ Kramer, Charles ................ Kramer. Joseph .......... .... Kruzynslii. Vvalter ............, l..HllFlililn, L80 ...., Lancaster. John ....... Lange, Rohert ......... Larkin, James ..................... --airs--W 4- SENIOR DIRECTURY ...l45l Reynolds St., Baltimore, .........4316 S. 6th St., Arlington, ..5o6 N. Streeper St., Baltimore, 403 6th St., New Cumberland Mriritgomery Rd.. Ellicott City. Revell St., Annapolis, ...6o4 S. Streeper St., Baltimore, ...855 Wyoodward St.. Baltimore. ........l6l2 Jackson St.. Baltimore. ...t2 Nunnery Lane. Catonsville. Lavoie, Lionel ........ Oak Drive and North Ave., Baltimore, Leonard, John ........................ 5.10 S. Bentalou St., Baltimore, Lesniewski. Joseph .... 1528 Latrohe Park Terrace, Baltimore, LIHHTCJI, Frank ............,... 4456 Clydesdale Ave., Baltimore, Linder, George ....... Linz. XNilliam ..... ....... . Loiacono, Samuel ........... Ludwig. Joseph ............... Maloney. James.. Marino, Frank ..... Mathis. Vvallace ..... Maurer, VVillred ............ McCo rlir ick, Melvin... McDonald, Thomas ..... .. McNicnl. Rollert .......... MeShune, Frank ........... .. lVlcTea gue, Thomas MNIHS, RHYDIGDCJ .... lvlemmel, All'1ert ............ Mersinger, Joseph .......... . Messier. Daniel ......... ..... Milhurn. Paul ................ Millman, Gerard ............ Miskimon, Carroll.. Mohan, l" rancis .............. B'10l'llCl', DUHHIJ ...... Moore, Charles ................ Moxley. George ........ ........... Muynilian, Donald ........ Murphy. Paul ........ Murphy, Thomas ............... Murto. Rohert ................ Neville, Jerome ....... Braeside Rd., Catonsville, .......828 S. Conkling St., Baltimore, ..,..62t N. Dunran St., Baltimore, .....6'56 Ellwood Ave., Baltimore, Juneway. Baltimore. 4427 Lancaster Ave.. Philadelphia, Playlield Ave., Dundalk, ..........ll7 Dolphin St.. Baltimore, Montrose Ave., Catonsville, ...522 Despard St., Clarksburg, W. ...2754 Edmondson Ave., Baltimore, 2831 St. Paul St., Baltimore, 121 Mallow Hill Rd.. Baltimore. .....5.... H..lt......t. st., B.tr......... I0 S. Smallwoud St., Baltimore. .....,256 N. Hilton St. Baltimore. ....3t08 Wyolcolt Ave, Baltimore. ....5205 Garmoulh Rd.. Baltimore, ..................5020 Elliott St. Baltimore, ..3o2o Manhattan Ave., Baltimore. ..............30l Montrose Ave Baltimore. 717 Ontario St., Havre de Grace. .445 Yale Ave., Baltimore. Hull Ave.. .....ll0S Fellsway St., Mr! Va Met Pa Md Ma Mft Mft MJ Md Md Md Md Ma MJ Ma M.: Md Md Md MJ P.. Md MJ Ma Va Md Ma Md Md Md MJ MJ Md Md Md Md Md Md Pittsfield, Miiss M6dFOFd, Mass .817 S. Linwood Ave.. Baltimore, Md 109 W. Emaus St.. Middletown, Pa 115 S. Augusta Ave.. Baltimore, Md Nickay, Francis ........ Noppinger, Charles ......, Norris, Vvalter ...... . O'Hara, James ..... . O'NeiIl, .lolm .... . Priliei. Richard ...... . Perr, Francis ........ .. ............5t7 Birkwood Place, Baltimore. ..................Lorraine Ave.. Essex. ..........12o5 John St., Baltimore, ......24o7 Harlem Ave.. Baltimore. .......17 Sanford Ave.. Catonsville. .........6'504 Vveidner Ave., Baltimore. Ridge Rd., Catonsville. Phelps, Samuel ..................., 147 S. Augusta Ave., Baltimore. Pipitone. Pietro ....... Pizza. Joseph .......... Potocki. John ...... .........'j50Q Fairview Ave.. Baltimore. ..........2400 Pelham Ave., Baltimore. ..........4722 Dunkirk Rd., Baltimore, Pound, William ........ ........ 5 I5 Drury Lane. Rathell, Vvilliam ............... Ratigan, John ........ Reeves, P8111 ............ ROICUS, Jerome ......... . Sandkuhler, Fra noi. Seheel, Nicholas ..... Schenk, Henry ..........,......... Schuchart. Benjamin ........... Scott, Thomas .................... Baltimore. .223 S. Catherine St., Baltimore. ,614 Tunhridge Rd., Baltimore, ......1312 Linden Ave., Arhutus. ......7o1 N. Collington Ave., Baltimore. 1811 Hope St., Baltimore. 3702 Hamilton Ave.. Baltimore. 2912 Westheld Ave., Baltimore. .4409 Highview Ave.. Baltimore. 5205 Tilhury Way. l'l cxiii eland. Sczepkowski, Theodore ............ 5600 Fairfield Rd., Brooklyn. Smith, Clement .......... .. Snellinger. John ............... Soulshy, Rohert .......... .............. Sp0l'l'Cf'. VTITOHIBS .... .....,..Orcharcl Beach. Curtis Bay. .429 Rosecroit Terrace, Baltimore, ......144 E. 25th St.. .3529 Elto Rd., Baltimore. Baltimore. Strappelli, Ralph ................ 704 S. Potomac St.. Baltimore. Stromlaerg, Leonard .................... 9 First Ave.. Halethurpe. Stuhhs. Paul .............,...... 4709 Franlclnnrd Ave.. Baltimore. Sweeney, James ..... Tauher, Julius .... Tollrer, tie... ......... Vvagner, John .................... 5945 Kavon Ave.. .......1216 Dukeland St.. Baltimore, .........41'57 Ridge Ave., Halethorpe, .......4502 Frederick Ave.. Baltimore. Baltimore, Vvarczynslri. Joseph ................ Trumps' Mill Rd., Raspehurg. Warfield, Howard ........ ........2630 Kirk Ave.. Baltimore, Weidner, Frank .................... 413 N. Clinton St.. Baltimore, Weisinger, Donald ................ 728 Grantley St., Baltimore, Vvilliams, William ................ 2721 E. Chase St.. Baltimore. Wingood, Vvilliam .......... Wolf , Edward ........ Yannuzzi, James ......... Yost. Karl ............ Zinner, Philip ......... Admiral Blvd.. Dundalk, Denver St.. Baltimore, .........5502 Jonquil Ave., Baltimore. ........74Ol Eastern Ave., Essex. H209 Beechwood Ave., Catonsville, Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md. 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Appreciation to those who made the 1942 Mount Tower possible is more than dueg and it becomes the most pleasant of all the many tasks connected with its production to express our gratitude: To the organizer, Brother Carl who, although transferred in the midst of its preparation, had already devoted uncounted hours to the groundwork of the book, so that the moderators who succeeded him, Brother Jeremiah and Brother Hilary, had but to continue along the course he had charted, To the sponsors of the book, Brother Oswald and the faculty who assisted in a way that cannot be measured in hours but whose inf terest promoted the ad campaign, whose cooperation assured the success of the schedules for the taking of the six hundred pictures in the bookg To those who did the work, the staff who willingly surrendered their afternoons day after day to carry the work forward. Among the 78 staff members, a special word of thanks is due Bob Murto, Paul Stubbs, Ray Donaldson, Joe Ludwig, Jim Everett, Bill Furst, Don Mohler, To our publishers, Campus Publishing Company whose representative, Mr. john Ursprung, was generous beyond busif ness with his time and his advice, and whose artistic craftsmanship has enhanced the beauty of the book, To our photographers, Merin Baliban whose agents, Mr., Brown and Mr. Mclntyre, were untiring in their efforts to capture in picture all the many activities of the school, and to our own photographer, Brother Leroy, whose comings and goings about the campus with camera and flash bulbs meant the inclusion of much of the Mount's intimate life, A - , To the student body 1 whose interest gave incentive for the book, whose photogenic faces made excellent subject matter, and whose loyal subscription helped to finance the work, To our advertisers whose faith in the school and its product led them to choose the Mount,Tower as a fitting and selective means of advertising. 112 CARROLL A. READ HARDWARE PAINTS , G. E. MAZDA LAMPS COTflP11m9HIS Of KEYS MADE CYLINDERS CHANGED Phone Orders Delivered IRVING1-ON O New, Modern H d Ziiiillitf Farm Dairy HAIVHLTON 5505 Harford Aven Hamilton 062 TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Congratulations to the Graduates THE LADIES AUXILIARY OF MOUNT SAINT JQSEPH Mrs. Norbert C. Nitsch, President Mrs. Charles Counselman, Treasurer PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LOANS NEGOTIATED KOWZAN 6 KOWZAN REAL ESTATE GENERAL INSURANCE Phone 528 S. Broadway Broadway 5330 Corner Fleet Phone Madison 1689 Established 1878 THE GEORGE I. FALTER COMPANY MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERS Gilmor and Mosher Streets BALTIMORE. MARYLAND COMPLIMENTS OF: SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY Baltimore. MCI-1'Ylcmd REAHL BROTHERS ANTHRACITE COAL BITUMINOUS FUEL OIL 2022 Frederick Avenue Gu. 0950 MONUMENTAL Tile Sz Concrete Co. SAMUEL A. CRAIG TILE - MARBLE - SLATE Homes. Hospitals. Hotels. Ships. Etc. TERRAZZO 1839 Frederick Avenue GILMOR 4267 CHARLES ELECTRICAL COMPANY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 1816 N. Charles Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND CONSIDERATION FOR THE BEREAVED REVERENCE FOR THE DEPARTED LEONARD I. RUCK FUNERAL DIRECTORS EUGENE A. RUCK 5305-09 Harford Road Associate Hamilton 1517 A FRIEND OF MOUNT SAINT IOSEPH COMPLIMENTS OF H. I. GETTEMULLER CO.. INC. 514 Ensor Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND BIGGS Sz KIRCHNER, Inc. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 713 Sixth Street. N. W. WASHINGTON. D. C. Metropolitan IZG7-68-69 SECURITY OIL COMPANY. INC. SECURITY AUTOMATIC OIL BURNER cmd FUEL OILS Un. 8111 25th St. G Huntingdon Ave. Coll Gilmor 4086 STORAGE WAREHOUSES IARBOE BROTHERS MOVING - PACKING - RUG CLEANING Agent Allied Van Lines Long Distance Moving 3932-34 Frederick Avenue FOR QUALITY PRINTING I Phone Gilmore 2181 KAISER PRINTING COMPANY 4015 Frederick Ave. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND " I. EDWARD CUs'rY Co. 13-15 South Carrollton Avenue Wholesale-Retail A COFFEE : TEAS : SPICES Hotels, Institutions cmd Colleges Our Specialty Plaza 3173 CHEESE OF EVERY KIND SMOKED FISH GERBER'S ARISTOCRATS OF FINE DELICATESSEN Vernon 8167 North Avenue Market 100'M1 Tongue Deliciousness Corned and Smoked Tongue Specialists Phone Gilmore 1104 T. D. KEATING V BUILDER 2121 W. Baltimore St. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND I. H. FURST COMPANY Printers of Philological and Scientific Publications 20 HOPKINS PLACE BALTIMORE. MD. COMPLIMENTS or I OAN 6. DORIS Calvert 0350 ACME TILE COMPANY TILE, MARBLE, SLATE AND TERRAZZO I. P. PIZZA 911 E. Pratt St. BALTIMORE, MD. NEEDED! "OFFICERS" FOR OUR CIVIL ARMY Government and Industry need thousands of trained workers. Are you prepared? Enroll at Strayer College. Day or evening courses in Shorthand, Typewritinq, Business Machines and allied subjects will enable you to play your part in helping to Win the war. Enroll today. DAY AND EVENING CLASSES Send Now for Catalog-No Obligation 0 . STRAYER COLLEGE 18 N. Charles Street LEx. 5626 COMPLIMENTS OF MR. G MRS. IAMES L. WARD SEA FOODS HOME COOKING STEAKS IRVINGTON DELICATESSEN AND DINING ROOM I DINNERS - SANDWICHES - LUNCHEONS 4831-33 Frederick Avenue Gilmor 1504 THE LARGEST SPORT STORE IN THE SOUTH Bacharach-Rasin Co., Inc. 14 North Howard Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND Lexington 3066 COSTUMES F OR MT. ST. IOSEPI-I PRODUCTIONS FURNISHED BY A. T. Iones Sz Sons 823 North Howard Street Phone: Vernon 3473 COSTUMES OF ALL KINDS DRESS SUITS, TUXEDOS, CUTAWAYS FOR HIRE "NO ONE KNOWS PAINT LIKE A PAINTER" Liberty 0575 THOMAS I. GIBBONS PAINTING and DECORATING 3403 St. Ambrose Avenue BALTIMORE. MD. For Table Reservations phone Gilmore 1615-3873-4327 RESTAURANT Dine and Dance at NOLAN'S CAFE 525 8. Monroe Street BALTIMORE. MD. At Wilkens Avenue on Route 1 Music Every Night-Never a Cover Charge CHOICE WINES AND LIOUORS I. P. PFEIFFER AND SON REFRIGERATORS - REFRIGERATION 200 N. Paca Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND MIKE BURKE'S CAFE 4255 Payson Street BEER AND WINES Cell Wolfe 3618 IOHN HASSLINGER 1743 N. Walhlnqton Street DELICIOUS FRIED OYSTERS Same price as Ian year-60c Per Dozen Imperial Crebs-30: Try our CRAB CAKES at your Card Party RAW AND FRIED CLAMS We Cater t Church Supp . Special P RESTAURANT-2609 E. Fayette Street CASH CREDIT THE KRASTELL FURNITURE CO. 2000 Frederick Avenue At Payson Street "SIMMONS BEDDING" Ph G 1 5180 Phone Madison -4538 WHELPLEY'S LUNCH SERVICE SANDWICHES - THE BEST 2224 Walbrook Avenue BALTIMORE. MARYLAND SANDWICHES Phone Gil. 981 PAT NOLAN'S CAFE BEER - WINES - LIQUORS OPEN SUNDAYS 1801 RAMSAY srnm LITZ PRINTING COMPANY 601 Water Street Lexington 6541 coMPL1MENTs OF CARROLL COUNCIL No. 1976. K. of C. COMPLIMENTS OF HEINZ RIVERSIDE ABATTOIR COMPLIMENTS OF ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CHURCH Rev. T. Vincent Fitzgerald, Pczstor 4414 Frankford Avenue IOHN A. LANGE GBOCERIES cmd PROVISIONS 700 East Fort Avenue jim Everett Andy Greller john Leonard Ralph Strappelli 1oePizza Jerry Rakes Ed Heck Bob Jamison Most Popular-.lim Everett, Paul IVlurpl1y, ECI A Hoclc Hanclsomest-Andy Greller, Don Mohler. Bob Biggest Nuisance--Franlc Golclsmitlm, .Ioe Luclwig. Don lxfloynilman Best Dancer--Jerry Rolcos, Art' Goulet, Ralph Mum, Strappelli Ed Wi'i2iiiIZ"'e Boemnger' John McDonald' Jem' Lefejgzirllxiic Greller, Frank Lmaffh, Mel Neisisiiggzelph StraPPelli, Frank Meshene, Jerry Bes,'6mf:ff30b Mum, Ralph Shappem' Bill Sleelgijtlom MCTffa2Ue' Paul Murphy- Wal' B..fZ,1xIeZ.Zr-Ralph Strappelli. Bel. lVIurto, Moe Beeccgsrrg-Joe Pizza, John Deferie, F. X. 3estIi,?g5?:?f,iF,ank Goldsmith' Ed Hockl John Mestlagcgtest-Bernie Bend, Jim Everett, Charlie Meegvlglnelilgfz .- Ed Heck, Ted Kirchner, Al . They Rated Most Votes . . G. WALTER TOVELL. INC. COMPLIMENTS OF BUILDERS - ENGINEERS Eutaw and Monument Streets BALTIMORE. MARYLAND COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND W. K. FREIERT Assoc1A'rED Wm-1 THE ESSKAY COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF MR. I. F. GARVEY IOE'S LATEST AUTOMATIC MUSIC BOXES 1401 South Clinton Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND IOSEP1-1 COM1, Prop. Wolfe 0809 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND F. P. R. BOHAGER 6. SONS BALE TIES - WASTE PAPER 515 S. Eden Street BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Broadway 1221-1222 FERRY TO EASTERN SHORE-BALTIMORE-LOVE POINT Autos 52.00, including Driver From Baltimore From Love Point 7 A.M. Daily 1:00 A.M. Daily 3 P.M. Daily tex. Sun.1 9 P.M. Daily 9:35 P.M. Daily QEx. Snt.j 6:00 P.M. Daily B. 6 E. R.R. Pier-5 Liqht Street Mulberry 4800 John Cecil Don Falkenstein Henry Tolker Tom Murphy Bob Mui-to Tony Franco John Beilein Ted Kirchner cutest i- Jolinny Cecil, Don Fallcenstein, Don Luclziest-.lolm Beilein, .lolm IVlcDonalcl, Ancly Moynilman Anderson Best Dresser-Henry Tollcer, Don Fallcenstein, TalleSt-BilI Hartman' Paul Murphy, Emey .Iolm Potoclci Snellinger Most Gentlemanly-TeclKirclmer. Cl1arlieDailey, Shortest H Bob Jamison Don Moynihan' Jack Don Fallcenstein Leonard ' Biggest Gravy--Bob lVlurto, Paul Stubbs, Karl Yost Most Loyal--Boi: lvlurto, Jim Everett, Tony Franco soonest to Marry-Jolin Detorie, tlolm Wagner, Carrol lVlislcimon - Most Likely to Succeed-Bob lVlurto, .lim Everett, Best Scholar - tlaclc Leonard, Franlc Golclsmitll, Johnny Cecil Happiest -1 Tom lVlurpl1y, Jerry Kleiner, Ralph Strappelli Best Mount Booster-Bolo lxflurto, Joe Mersinger, Jim Everett Bill Furst Best Politician--Tony Franco, Bill Furst, Franlc Money Merchant-B05 NICNICOI- Bob Muflo- Marino lVloe Boettinger Peppiest -1 Ralpli Strappelli, B013 lVlurto, Paul Hardest Worker-Bob lVlurto, Jim Everett, Bill lVIurpl'1y Furst . . They Rated Most Votes . . COMPLIMENTS OF MR. AND MRS. CONNOR IOHN FRANCO'S STORE 1008 Granby Street BALTIMORE, MARYLAND WBAL ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT RADIO STATIONS NICHOLAS REITER CO. WHOLESALE GROCERIES 34 Market Place BALTIMORE. MARYLAND The Great American ...Dessert . .. Smooth-Freeze MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM FOLKEMER PHOTO SERVICE E. B. HARRIS Sz SONS BELL G HOWELL SEA FOOD EDUCATIONAL DEALERS Lexington Market 927 Poplar Grove Street LAND BALTIMORE, MD. BALTIMORE, MARY CHAS. O. IEREMIAS H. H. GOOD DRINK I RAFT FREE STATE SUPREME BEER Goqrliorgjruigd and I Lighting Fixtures. Wiring. Repairs. HACKNEY ALE Supplies Serve the Crowns for 1 BiETI1:ZghREEutaw YEL VALUABLE GIFTS - Vernon 2737 I-I. C. THOMPSON . A Wholesale Dealer in Fruits, Vegetables, and' Produce Calvert 0105 SERVICE AND QUALITY 205 West Pratt Street PLENTY PARKING SPACE I Know You Enioy The Best SEA FOODS cmd SIZZLING STEAKS L E O ' S Frederick Avenue and Monroe Street COMPLIMENTS OF CLASS OF 1-H GILMOR 2500 HARRY H. WITZKE FUNERAL DIRECTOR dso Private Ambulance Service Hollins and Gilmer St. - 4101 Edmon n Ave. ECKHARDT'S College Pharmacy Frederick Avenue and Mcrrydell Road Apothecary to MT. ST. IOSEPH'S COLLEGE Whose Confidence We Appreciate Savings Perm mly Legally Approved Insured U 55,000 For Tnnt Fund: LIBERAL DIVIDENDS Based nd financial investments in First MONIIICI 0 Homes h been paid regularly by this Institution since i organization in 1916. FAIRVIEW FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 2013-2015 FREDERICK AVE. BALTIMORE, MD. 51.00 STARTS AN ACCOUNT Open Daily and Monday Nights Y ur nearest Mail Box is our Branch OE IOHN I. LEECH Wholesale and Retail SELECTED VEAL, LAMB AND BEEF S. and N. KATZ IEWELERS AND OPTICIANS 105-113 N. Charles Street Lexington 6. Eutcrw Streets Over a Half Century of Service Priced within the means of all CHAS. F. EVANS 8: SON Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 118-120 W. Mt. Royal Avenue Mulberry 4226-4227 I! It'n About Mail Advertising-See D. STUART WEBB SERVICES Two Convenient Locations Main Office L. E. Davis Plant 306 N. Gay Street 17 S. Hanover St. Calvert 3262-63 Plaza 4895-96 THOMAS I. McGRAIN. Inc. Staple and Fancy Groceries Wines and Liquors Stands: 14-21 North Avenue Market Phone VErnon 8118-8119 F. W. MCALLISTER COMPANY OPTICIANS 110 W. Fayette Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND COMMERCIAL TRANSFER COMPANY MICHAEL MCKENNEY, Prop. szs mqm sam: nnrxrnvlonlz. MARYLAND STYLE AND COMFORT in MEN'S CLOTHING HOCHSCHILD. KOHN 6. CO. STATUARY CEMETERY WORK Gilmor 4135 WILLIAM R. EBERLING G unite MONUMENTS Marble 4203 Old Frederick Road Near Augusta Ave. Opp. Bonnie Brac CARROLL STATION BALTIMORE, MD. ALCAZAR EUREKA-MARYLAND ASSURANCE CORPORATION 10 nm mmm sam: uunmons. Mnnnnrm FRANZ'S FOOD MARKET GROCERIES, MEATS and PROVISIONS 820 Carroll Street Saratoga 8838 BALTIMORE. MARYLAND WILLIAM F. HARTMAN CONTRACTOR Hardwood Floors Refinished Wo. 2285-VV Compliments of DIAMOND CAB BEZlmont 3333 SAFE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE "TOPS" in Famous Make Apparel tor Young Men Varsity Shop-Fourth Floor THE IIB HUB of Charles Street" COMPLIMENTS OF LONGMORE'S 5 6 10c STORE I, ABELL LONGMORE, Prop. Lsorumnrowu, mum.ANn Phone Wolfe 9328 Sanitary Methods We Barber Hair with Special Care lOE'S BARBER SHOP We Specialize in Ladies' Hair Bobbing Prompt Service-Skilled Barbers We Are On Edge to Serve You 621 DUNCAN STREET BALTIMORE, MD. FRANK I . LUDWIG East Drive and Linden Avenue ARBUTUS. MARYLAND Phone Arbutus 909 Your Friendly Betholine and Richfield Dealer ESTABLISHED 1874 William I. Tickner and Sons FUNERAL DIRECTORS North cmd Pennsylvania Avenues A BAL'1'IMORE, MARYLAND Gilmore 103 1 ' ' P1QUE'r'rs PHARMACY MRS. A. M. PIQUETT 3211 Frederick Avenue BALTIMORE, MARYLAND A COMPLIMENTS OF I. G. O'HARA' ' STEVE'S CLOTHES EXPERT TAILORING Men'l and Boy's Clothing Made to Measure OVERCOATS, SUITS and TOP COATS "Also Carry a Full Line of Ready-Made Clothes" 2207-09 Eastern Avenue Phone: Wolfe 5019 COMPLIMENTS OF A HERGENROEDER'S BAKERY QUALITY BAKERY PRODUCTS 2919 Hamilton Avenue Phone Hcxmilion 1239 IOHN I. COWAN 6. SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS 901-03 Hollins Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND FRANK I. COWAN Plaza 2062 COMPLIMENTS OF MR. 6: MRS. A. MISKIMON Phone South 0190 S and S TOOL AND DIE COMPANY Satisfaction and Ser-vice DIE MAKERS AND MACHINISTS Experimental and General Machine Work 112-114 Key Highway BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Near Light Street COMPLIMENTS OF IOSEPH HOGAN H. L. PIEL COMPANY WHOLESALE MEATS 221 S. Howard St. Established 1890 N. GINSBURG G SON HARDWARE - PAINTS - GLASS LUMBER, CEMENT cmd FEED 773-777 Woahinqton Boulevard Ph C lvert 2795 Archer Laundry Co. C L D E R A Y N I N G Takes pride in serving the young man who takes pride in his appearance. Nineteen Conveniently Located Branches and Sixteen Routemen Serve Baltimoreans Every Day Vernon 6650 PARK PLUMBING Sz HEATING COMPANY MARTIN M. FREDERICK, Jr. PLUMBING. HEATING. REPAIRING cmd REMODELING 411 Park Avenue BALTIMORE. MARYLAND COMPLIMENTS OF BOLLINGER BROTHERS ROOFING CONTRACTORS 408 W. Franklin Street Vernon 4656-57-58 BUELL'S DRIVE INN HOME COOKED CHICKEN DINNERS ELLICOTT cmr. MARYLAND DRY CLEANERS Gilmor 5850 FULTON FAMILY LAUNDRY 1702-14 McHenry Street BALTIIVIORE. MARYLAND COMPLIMENTS OF CAPITOL THEATER COMPLIMENTS OF LeROY S. NICHALSON University 3500-3501 GEO. I. STORCK G SON ESTABLISHED 1840 I.UMBER-MILLWORK-WALLBOARDS CUSTOM MILLWORK 2408-18 Greenmount Avenue BALTIMORE. MARYLAND Adams 1016 KATHARINE LEE OGILVIE. Inc. SCALP cmd SKIN SPECIALISTS 2601 Connecticut Avenue Self-Setting ' BEAUTY Permanent Waves IN ITS Copyright 65484 ENTIRETY KASPER'S DELICATESSEN cmd RESTAURANT mv semi: Road nnrrmonn. MARYLAND Phone: Wolfe 7497-2331 HARRY A. GOLDBERG 6. CO. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS G ENGINEERS 1444 East Baltimore Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND Phone: Broidway 2073 PAINT ENGINEERING CO. INDUSTRIAL 6 COMMERCIAL BRUSH 6 SPRAY PAINTING 1428 East Baltimore St.. Baltimore. Maryland The D. E. MCNICCL PQTTERY COMPANY Clarksburg, W. Va. MANUFACTURERS er McNicoI China tor hotels, restaurants, and institutions Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. J. Hall Aiken, Jr. and Mrs. D. P. Alagia Charles Albertini Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Ashley Mrs. Agnes E. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Baldwin Mr. William Ballard Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ballman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Barnickel Mr. Henry Baunschmidt Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Bean Mrs. Emma G. Beck Mrs. M. Becker Mr. Joseph Bell P Mr. W. L. Bennett Sister M. Bernadette Mr. and Mrs. George F. Betz' Mrs. M. P. Binko Mrs. Ethel Bishop Mrs. Mary Bishop Mr. Wm. J. Bjurstrom Bonaiit Clothes Geor e Boston PATRGNS Mr. Mr. John Doyle Thomas L. Doyle Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Dressel Mr. Benedict D. Duke Mr. Mrs. Roland B. Duke Dugan Mr. Barton L. Dunphy Dr. Mr. Mr. John T. Ebauer Ernest P. Elgert, Jr. Joseph A. Ells Miss Agnes Engelhardt Mr and Mrs. John Engers Mr. John Joseph Espey Mr. James S. Evans Mr. M. Joseph Fadgen Mr Mr. . and Mrs. L. Falkenstein John K. Fassel, Jr. Mr. John T. Federline Mr. and Mrs. Frank Femia Miss Rosemarie Femia Mrs. F. E. Ferguson Miss Helen Ferguson Mrs. A . Ferral A. J. Hilscher Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs Miss Anna M. Hock Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holmes Dr. and Mrs. Huebschmann Mr. and Mrs. J. Hummer Mr. Martin Imbach, Jr. Mrs. M. C. Ireland Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Jaffe Mr. Arthur V. L. James Mrs. Frank P. Jenkins Miss Maye S. Jenkins Miss Edna M. Jenkins Miss Eleanor I. Jones Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Jones Mr. Ed Kaldenbach Mrs. Ella Kane Paul Kasal Mrs. T. D. Keating Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Keller, Jr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kelman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kline Edward H. Kelly S Mr. James Bowen Mr. Alberto Brandt Mr. Antonio Brandt and Mrs. George Brunner Mr. Mr. Frank M. Budacz Mr. Albert I. Bunn Mr. Hobart C. Buppert Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Walter L Burns Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Buser Cain Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cammarta Mr. Samuel Cammarta Mr. Eugene Carozza Mr. H. Channell Mr. Charles Chrise Mr. Wilbur Chrise Misses Betty and Patricia Christopher Mr. Donald Clark Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark Mrs. Stella Clayton Mr. James L. Coyle Mr. Mr. Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. P. Coleman James Craig . and Mrs. Charles Crawford and Mrs. R. S. Crow and Mrs. John J. Curry Philip Cushner and Mrs. Charles P. Dailey and Mrs. Wm. P. Davis, Jr. Mr. Julius Deckert Mr. G. Jerome Deinlein Mr. Bernard J. Dem se Mr. Mr. M P Y Frank L. Deppish Francis L. Deuerling H J Devlin FS. . . Mrs.. W. C. Dexter Mrs. W. E. Dexter Mr. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Dougherty E. V. Dowling - J Mr. Alexander J. Ficca Mrs. Anna R. Fink Mr. Albert J. Fitzpatrick Dr. John Foley Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Footer A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frost Mr. and Mrs. Cyril J. Furlong Mr. Walter B. Furlong Mr. Martin H. Garvey Mrs. James F. Garvey Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Garvey P. A. Gibbons Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Glenn John Glown Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gogarty Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Goulet Miss Macel M. Goulet Miss Mary Goulet Miss Theresa G. Goulet Mrs. Mary Jane Grady Mr. Frank Grillin Mr. and Mrs. Mary R. Grill Mr. Charles G. Haegericks Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Hammel Anne F. 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McGuigan Miss Edith McKenzie Edmond H. McKenzie Francis M. McNamara Mr. Stephen Meier Mr. Samuel Meisel Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence Mersinger Mr. Joseph B. Mersinger Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Messier Mrs. Frank J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller Mr. William L. Miller W. T. Miller, Barber Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Millman Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Millman Mr. J. Carroll Monaghan Mr. and Mrs. William P. Monahan Mr. and Mrs. Milton Most Mr. and Mrs. John L. Moxley Mary Milligan George Joseph Murphy Mr. and Mrs. James J. Murphy Miss Loretta Murphy Thomas V. Murphy Mr. William L. Murphy Mr. Robert E. Murto Lt. and Mrs. T. V. Murto, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Meyers Mr. Michael Naperstek Louise H. Napfel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Natty Mr. George Novak Mr. Fred Neville, Jr. Mr. James N. Neville Mr. John M. Neville Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Neville New Commission Inn Deeley K. Nice J Mr. and Mrs. George Noppinger Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Nuckols Mr. and Mrs. Oberle Alfred J. O'Ferrall Alfred J. O'Ferrall, Jr. John P. 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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Velenovsky Mr. Harry A. Victor Miss Helen Vildt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Voll Mr. Garnet Wade Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wagner Mr. Charles DeWald Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ward Mrs. Edward G. Wells Dr. Myer A. Weinberg Mr. William F. White Mr. J. Liston Wiedefeld Mr. Nicholas J. Wiener Mr. Solomon Willem Mrs. Edna Williams Mr. and Mrs. F. Williams Mrs. Frances Wills Mr. Gilford Wilson Dr. and Mrs. William E. Wingood Mr. and Mrs. Wittlesberger Mr. A. Woeksff Mr. Charles G. Wolf Mr. Francis Wolfe Mr. Charles J. Worthington Mr. Daniel Worthington Mr. Edward Wright Mr. Martin F. Yannuzzi Mr. Joseph A. Zinner Mr. and Mrs. John Zorn Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Buser Mr. Jerome J. Joyce Mr. Albert G. Lawn Miss Natalie Riesner Mr. and Mrs. William F. Riesner Loyola College A COLLEGE OE LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES E OR MEN THREE YEAR WARTIME PROGRAM NO SUMMER SESSIONS Accredited by State, Regional. and National Educational Associations Courses Leading to Bachelor's Degree in the Arts. Sciences and Business Administration College training for Medicine. Law Engineering, Accounting. Etc. FRESHMAN REGISTRATION CLOSES SEPTEMBER 14, 1942 AND FEBRUARY 1, 1943 For information write: REGISTRAR, LOYOLA COLLEGE Phone: Chesapeake 1020 4501 N. Charles St. Baltimore. Md. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF THE BALTIMORE sALvAGE co. A' B' KURDLE "Baltirnore's Largest Departxnentised Hardware stores" ' Secretary of Esskay Co. D'ALESANDRO-MCCULLOUGH BALT1MoRE BASEBALL AND Alnmme Agency' Inc. EXHIBITION CO. 10-12 Guiliord Avenue BALTIMORE, MARYLAND I VENETIAN BLINDS COMPUMENTS OF WILLIAM I. WIELAND G COMPANY THE A509-ll-13 Easteragvgxxi BmGdW:':6g0087g. Conklinq Street FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS 1502 Phone Calvert 2628 GEORGE A. FARLEY I. CARROLL MONMONIER FUNERAL DIRECTOR WATCHMAKER AND IEWELER Fulton Ave. and Fayette St. Frederick and Shady Nook Aves. Baltimore, Muyland Catonsville, Maryland One East Redwood Street Brlllimble. Md. M1cKf:Y's ATLANTIC SERVICE RUN RIGHT To READ'S STATION FOR ALL YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS! spanows Point' Maryland There's a Store Near You! COMPLIMENTS or CORDIALLY YOURS. The Institution Department of STEWART 6' CO' THE MAY COMPANY For C:O1Tl1'1'1ef1C9n'lel'1l BOWMAN DAIRY COME To ww HUTZLER Bmlll ERS Q Plcxzcx 5607-5608-5609 BEST WISE-IES FQX'S THE H. L. ALBERS COMPANY Howl and Restaurant supplies GENUINE SMITHFIELD HAMS 959 W. pmt. sine. New York Choice Graded Beef Milton Fox BALTIMORE' MARYLAND FAYETTE 4 PINE sTs. BALTIMORE MARYLAND Tl-IE ARUNDEL CORPORATION BALTIMORE. MARYLAND Dredging - Construction - Engineering AND DISTRIBUTORS OF Sand, Gravel, Stone, and Commercial Slag And gladly d h y gh h COMPLIMENTS OF SENIORS A B C E BON VOYAGE, SENIORS IUNIORS A B D BEST WISHES SOPHOMORES B C D F SUCCESS TO THE SENIORS FRESHMEN ABCDEFGH Your loyal Sons, 0 Mount Saint Joe . We'll tread life's p h wi h ut f Olfice: WOlfe 4328-4329 THE E. EYRING 61 SONS CO. BUILDERS 808 S. Conkling St. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND Ph GI 7265 BUY AT THE ESSO SIGN L. EARL FUGITT ESSO STATION TIRES AND TUBES ACCESSORIES RADIOS AND BATTERIES Frederick and Augusta Aves. LUBRICATION COMPLIMENTS OF HUMMEL 6. FARRELL 4101 Frederick Avenue Calvert 5388-5389 SPECIALIZING IN QUALITY FOODS THE I. C. ROBINSON COMPANY PACKERS - DISTRIBUTORS - DEALERS CANNED FOODS - FROSTED CHERRIES TERMINAL FOOD CENTER 211 E. Pleasant Street Baltimore. Maryland MOUNT ST. MARY'S COLLEGE FOR MEN Emmitsburq. Maryland 1808 1942 RELIABLE CONTRACTING CO.. INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS MILLERSVILLE. 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Loudon Avenuel IRVINGTON Consult Us About Financing Your New Home or the Opening of a Savings Account Open Daily Gilmor 8290 COMPLIMENTS OF BELL MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET - BUICK - OLDSMOBILE LEONARDTOWN, MARYLAND Gilmor 7408 Calons 615 HOT POINT REFRIGERATION - BENDIX WASHERS REAL HOST GAS RANGES - G. E. VACUUM CLEANERS RAYMOND F. MONMONIER Distributors ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES -- TIRES - HOME NEEDS 6404 Frederick Avenue BUSINESS TRAINING INSTITUTE Short Courses and Complete Business Training Shorthand, Typewriting, Filing, Business English, Comptometer, Dictaphone and other otlice machines P. B. X. Receptionist Day 86 Night Classes Ask for Free Vocational Guidance Folders C. FELIX WITKOWSKI, Pres. 108 W. FAYETTE ST. Lex. 4254 INSURANCE Phone Arbutus 356 A. L. STROMBERG CO. REALTORS SALES - RENTALS - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MORTGAGE LOANS - IMPROVEMENTS - APPRAISALS Selma 6 Francis Ave. HALETHORPE. MD. R. S. Stern and Baltimore Sales and Supply Co. 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ARTIST'S SUPPLIES DRAWING MATERIAL ENGINEERING SUPPLIES DRAWING INSTRUMENTS BELVEDERE MARKET CO. Choice Meats, Poultry, Fish cmd Groceries 700Vz Frederick Road CA'roNsv1L1.E, MARYLAND Catonsville 1080 Phone Mulberry 1171 IOHN T. WILLS 635-637 N. Howard Street Near Monument Street THE PLACE TO BUY X-RAY AND PHOTO MATERIAL KELLY'S DRUG STORE 3728 Old Frederick Road THOS. I. KELLY PATAPSCO COUNCIL. No. 1960. K.oiC. IAMES P. LIGHTNER, GRAND KNIGHT CA'roNsvn.r.E. MARYLAND The store which has served the Mount ior more than 25 years. F. C. LEIDIG'S Arundel Agency 4107 FREDERICK AVENUE Tobacco. Confectionery. Ice Cream. School Supplies. Magazines. Sodas. Sundaes Gilmore 3780 fin 5 ,At To Mount Saint Ioseph High School if - and Its Graduates of 1942 4 23 'Z f ,- '1 Congratulations and West Wishes .- s'r. VINCENT DE PAUL CHURCH 2 4 Front cmd the F allsway Fayette and Lexington 1 In the shadow of the shot Tower fm ff? E An ,Q Y- rob?-Q AAIQA f A A fi P 'VJ' Ei fr"-fNj.M Q' E F-Qin N1 f1q""Q'nfs ,, .. ,.,.... 'M NFGINXAT ' ,. ln ull I II ll -?T..1.,-- 1 W pimms.. X FEE '12 05ePHs -'T I avf?f iff 'I cb 524 X - 9 67"0n:,nP-V19 The Senior Executive Committee WISHES TO THANK THE STUDENT BODY FOR ITS UNSTINTED COOPERATION IN ALL MOUNT ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE CURRENT YEAR. Executive Committee Class of 1942 RICHARD P. BALMERT WILLIAM D. FURST CofChairmen ROBERT E. MURTO Secretary FRANK R. MARINO Business Manager Maurice H. Boettinger Raymond J. Donaldson Francis X. Duggan James G. Everett Donald L. Falkenstein Anthony P. Franco Walter J. Furlong James F. Garvey John J. Garvey George E. Kline William A. Linz Samuel S. Loiacono Joseph F. Ludwig Francis C. McShane Joseph B. Mersinger Gerard L. Millman Francis W. Mohan Donald I. Mohler Francis N. Nickey James C. O'Hara Samuel A. Phelps Joseph P. Pizza John C. Potocki William K. Pound William Rathell Jerome Rokos Ralph G. Strappelli Paul A. Stubbs Henry C. Tolker COMPLIMENTS OF FRANKLIN BOWLING CENTER E. A. Wright Company Established 1872 Engravers ' Printers Lithographe rs 2545 North Broad Street PHILADELPHIA COMPLIMENTS OF THE ATLANTIC COUNTY TREASURER WALTER S. JEFFERIES ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY There's a PICTURE OF YOU in Every Letter You Write! Do your LETTERS convey a favorable impression of your organization? Executives and secretaries have de- manded the features that Underwood offers-finer writing qualities, sturdier construction and easier operation. We invite you to try the new Underwood. Iust telephone Plaza 7265. UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT FISHER CO. 107 WEST FAYETTE STREET BALTIMORE, MD. MERIN-BALIBAN 1010 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Penna. Ofiicial Photographers to the 1942 Mt. Tower Mt. St. Joseph College Specialists to Schools, Colleges, Universities, Clubs Special Rates to Students BIDDISON NOVELTY CO. Automatic Phonographs Leased for One Night. PHONOGRAPI-I INSTRUMENTS COIN OPERATED 1426 Pennsylvania Avenue Lafayette 4761 A. G. ROSSETTI, President COMPLIMENTS or CATON COAL COMPANY 410 South Caton Avenue YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD DEALER GREETINGS FROM GREETINGS FROM DR. HOWARD VAN NATTA DR. and MRS. G. POUND Medical Arts Building GREETINGS FROM GREETINGS FROM DR. JAMES WESLEY KATZENBERGER DR. EDWARD H. BENSON Lexington 5787 BEST WISHES P J Mc Inc DR. FRANK MARINO O O , 0 V IMPORTERS COMPLIMENTS OF 310 West Baltimore Street BALTIMORE, MARYLAND A FRIEND Congratulations to the Graduates FROM The Alumni Association OF Mt. St. loseplm College OFFICERS 1942 HENRY C. HENNEBERGER, President F. RUSSELL QUINN, Recording Secretary JOSEPH W. LATCHFORD, Executive Comm. Chairman MARK A. O'I'IARA, First Vice'President j. LESLIE STUART, Second VicefPresident 7-11 'Umm A ?UY N17-ED STATES .0 IW .df4'44 War Comes to St. Joe When America's way of life was abruptly changed last December 7th, St. joe felt the change too. We remember Pearl Harbor even from the im' pact of the First bomb, for the father of Don French went down gallantly with the Arizona. And for other surmounting reasons. At Bataan, graduate and former coach Pete Reynolds was wounded. "Somewhere in the Far East" Lieutenant Frank Stiertz, '36, was killed in a plane crash. At java, Ensign Lawrence Mainey, jr., known to his classmates in '37 as "Admiral", was listed by the Navy Department as "missing in action". By the hundreds, Mount graduates enrolled in the services on the far- flung battlefronts. From the classrooms, even before the year was done, went several to take an active part. And we at school were not inactive. We joked about the tires and the sugar and could not always get the family carg but in more serious vein we cooperated--with the school authorities in test maneuvers for air raids, with the Civilian Defense authorities as some of us, including six teachers, became air raid wardens or kindred guardians of the home front. We learned in Red Cross First Aid courses the intricacies of the traction splint and the slow rhythm of artificial respiration. Three of our LatinfAmerican friends, Ramon Garcia, Carlos Berizbeitia, and Oscar Acosta, departed for service with the Cuban air force and the Venezuelan Army. We kept Brother Aidan busy passing out War Bonds and Stamps: we wrote to and received some heartening letters from our lads in the campsg we contributed to Red Cross funds. Some of us have spiritually adopted a soldier as the special beneficiary of our prayers and have donated rosaries, prayerbooks and other religious articles to Brother Guys collection for distribution through the Army chaplain at Fort Meade. To these efforts the Mount Tower would like to have given more attention and space had not much of the book been already completed when the war broke. ONG, LONG AGO Those Were the Days . . . The famous Cuhs of '38 won ten, tied one. First row: Bents, Auer, Thomas, Mohler, Forrest, Dailey, Kleiner, Rohr, Hamilton, Palmisano, Nickf ey, Donohue, Ireland, Murto, King. Second row: Maeheth fMgr.j, Tripp, Baker, Driscoll, Tunney, O'Connor, Ethridge, Tyler, Schlack, Brown, Hall, Falkenstein, McDonald, Mersinger, Scott, Hagerty, Cladhill, Mohan fMgr.j. Third row: jerry, Kay' anagh, Catania, Brandt, Carmen, Frederick, U5 Connell, Callahan, Sipes, Narutowiez, Lesnewski, Wiilf, Everett, Neill, Bangs, MeTeaguc, Hock, Bisker. Ye olde husse gayc up ye olde ghostc in 1939. In honor of the golden juhilee of the Mandolin Cluh we present the lads as they were in 1892, WAY BACK IN '38 First row: Driscoll, Linz, Curry, Binko, Leonard, Bro. Alexius, Goldsmith, Hicks, Maurer, Bowen, Cetka. Seeond row: Hartke, DiCristina, Murto, Sweeney, Balmert, Yanuzzi, Sehuchart, Cochq' Donohue, Scheel, Boettinger. Third row: Feder' line, Donaldson, Brennan, WElFlTCld, Crook, Byrne, Stuhhs, Schmidt, Rathell, Potoeki, Beilein. Vv'hen the Mount was young, Baltimore had not reached its doors . . . But Shakespeare had. Here are the hoys of '04 struggling with the "Merchant of Venice" while Shyloek fleftj gh uwers. 5343 Al'I'lCUHA'l'lUNS. MQLST. asiiimfs amass, :M-l . ,E,""": 45 q, F --4 KAW BE AN IB EDTHEHRS9 l"lililJl'llill'K ROAD, NEAR BAL'l'lIvI0liE, MD. 4CARROLL P. 0.5 This Institution, sitiiati-ml on the l"i'm-nh-i'iek Road, 3 miles from the Pity o Baltiinore, haslweiivliarteri-11 with privileges lo eonfbi' all eolleghile honors and 1l1'gl'i'4's, The site is pleaisaiit, hi-:iiilifiil :mil heiilthy. The College living si1li:it4-d in the 1-ounlry, p1'e'1'llidui-i the possihiliiy ofolitside ll'llll11IlhlUll0l' lllHl1'2ll'tl0llUfillly kind. C'iLyf':11'sp:isstli1- f'oll1-ge ew-i'y hzilfhour. Board and Tuition por session of Five Months ........,. 5100 llll For 'l's-rms und further partir-illairs zldilu-su, BlCU'l'HIili DIIIECTUII, at the l'0lleg4-. i "Goolspcc " CLASS OIF 11942 Mount Saint Joseph Dramatic Society H. MAURICE BOETTINGER, President ROBERT E. MURTO, VicefPresident RICHARD P. BALMERT, Recording Secretary JOHN J. GARVEY, Corresponding Secretary FRANK W. MOHAN, Treasurer THE PLAYERS GEORGE T. ANDERTON, '45 ROBERT S. CROW, '42 EDWAR D D. DEVANNY, '42 ROBERT P. FLYNN, '43 ANTHONY P. FRANCO, '42 JAMES F. GARVEY, '42 MARK J. GOLIBART, '43 FRANK J. HENNESSY, '43 JOHN F. HERBERT, '45 JOSEPH F. LUDWIG, '42 JOHN W. ROBERT F. MCCAFFREY, '45 RAYMOND O. MEANS, '43 DONALD J. MOYNIHAN, '42 JAMES C. O'HARA, '42 JOSEPH M. PARLETT, '45 THADDEUS W. PoTocK1, '43 RICHARD C. REESE, '43 PAUL S. SCHWAAB, '43 JOHN W. sMm-1, '44 SALVATORE F . VIZZINI, '45 WAGNER, '42 t. 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SODA FOUNTAINS AND SUPPLIES TAVHN SUPPLIES 30 South Hanover Street Ph P1 6658-6659 COMPLIMENTS OF The Drawing Students ot Mount Saint Ioe FOR QUALITY PRINTING Phone Gilmore 2181 KAISER PRINTING COMPANY 4015 Frederick Ave. BALTIMORE MARYLAND Gilmore 5545 Beechfield Home Bakery We Carry a Complete Line of BREAD - ROLLS - PIES - CAKES - PASTERIES Prompt Delivery 4724 Frederick Avenue PAINTS cmd HARDWARE ROBERT A. PETERSON MILLWORK Phone Wolfe 8360 115-117 N. Chester St.. Baltimore. Maryland Heat and Frost Insulation ASBESTOS, CORK cmd ROCK WOOL PRODUCTS THE MCCORMICK ASBESTOS CO. 1400 Moreland Avenue Gil. 5500 COMPLIMENTS OF I . A. DOWN EY 4708 Springdale Avenue BALTIMORE, MARYLAND COFFEE Drink TEAS SCHMIDT'S DELICIOUS COFFEE QUALITY COFFEE AND TEAS SCHMIDT COFFEE CO. 1721-23 Eastem Avenue Wolfe We Deliver COMPLIMENTS OF Maryland Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, Inc. MIDDLETOWN, PA. POP. 10.894 MEYER 6. THALHEIMER STATIONEPS - PRINTERS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES I0 N. 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