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

 - Class of 1944

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Alhleles Andi athletes . . . with a ten acre campus . . . two football fields . . . ten tennis courts . . . swimming pool . . . baseball diamond . . . gym and field house . . . track . . . physical training . . . 200 boys outfitted in foot- ball, 130 in basketball, 70 in baseball, 50 in track, 20 in hockey, 20 in lacrosse, 30 in soccer . . . bowlers, tennists, golfers, and swimmers . . . varsity, jayvee, midget, cub and intra-mural leagues. Genllelnen And through it all we should have emerged gentlemen . . . grounded in Christian charity and consideration for others . . . versed in the amenities of social behavior . . . after dancing lessons . . . and sessions in etiquette . . . and the Football Dance . . . and Senior Prom . . . and the Spring Hop . . . trained in the ethics of Catholic living . . . and of business life . . . con- fident of the future and of what we can make of it . . . and of ourselves. Brollxer Eugene Trophy This coveted award, symbolizing the ideal St. Joe man, goes annually to the graduate most per- fectly blending the scholar, the athlete, and the gentleman. . SN . 'XSS Q M Q EN ' 'S , ,.,. Q W X X ' ' A X .X QQ A wb 1, V .X X X X N X .W SS? S SQ S. Q? N w,W ASW igggii Q g k A Q X ,S it I h X, S X 3 h K . .... ii, .. 1 6 .. 9 -15 415 - x Q K 'A X M X Q, 1 - -Sf V Q X 'la wx A - ' 1 RM' 'Q ,fi5 m,3iX x . S QA MMMQC X X' W- Y JQQ-is K - ffm - :an M-W.. - W5 , . X y Q . X. Vxsvxiwgf ' iwgxxaq 1' xwify' mf Q21 9 XN is W- N1 fi 1, 3-. X yas wi xyh ,,, V F 4 .1 I 9-M" O , ax g , ,M 1 8 ,M 3 J, 31 , JK u n 4. , 1 .. mt - X' N 'L . .J-Q K- W' 3' " :F fri, QW--.Q . Q fi- A ,N as S fi, Vwzvw . ,NX Vg. - as 5 AU r . Q ' A ,A 'N 'N ft .3 w- A us W - v X -av ws if W , M ww- . , h . Q o XY , N! 5' Q fm, wk M J 'M' , 1. f ff -' L., Q x .. K W 'K ' A 6 11 .N 'H " 3 Q + 'Q kk . i ,, .5 ' A f ' 5: X - V We W W . Q V ., wt. J- W 14 xv at 4 mx... 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We at Mount Saint Joseph. in pride and in gratitude. acknowledge by this dedication that the leadership given us has been for the good. For the good of our spiritual. cultural, and physical well being he has greatly enlarged both the scope of our endeavors and the facilities for our activities. Enrollment has increased from the 600 listed in i933 to the 1010 listed in 1913. Renovations within the buildings have modernized the school and eased the pressure of student increase. Industrial Arts courses have been extended by the installation of complete machinery and equipment for drawing. metal, and wood work. An annex to the gym, containing showers and 1000 lockers, has contributed to the elliciency of the newly inaugurated physical training program. A veritable renaissance in music. publications, student activities, and athletics has come about through his encouragement and spon- sorship. 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BIWIIIIPI' Julvw. lf.l".X x . 'R 1 nl'1lll!Q'l' xI'l'lllI'. 1:.l".X. lirnlllvr Marin. l1.l".X. lirulllvr Marlin John. 4f.l".X. BI'lllllt'l' Nilus. l1.l".X. 19 ay l.m-ng. flllilfllfx 0 Hum and Du-lx Nxmnle-lx gum- ul IIIPII' nun . . . lllll Intl:-r lmd Km!! M -wig :rib if 5. Q, 353 iw , 1 Yr 1 A-.- TW iid! as f 1. J .,,.,,fi. . rf, " ' K ' ' "--'cfm MW .. , If K! Aw we 1 sf if ,f 33 ' ,Mfg Y ,Q .- 1 xfsf,-9 L ,QV G? Q wx I u Q ' f .a YJ Q E f S' iw?- Q f 'X , if: x ., i' J' .4 x A' ...x ,,. .-1' wr 'A' Q v.,m.,.,, K, e W y 3 1 Q 1 vb ls NN 1 6 my s ,Q wig wk 'XLS A 4- W-an-Q? Sim 559 ,Q ,Vx ix fig? , Q ? X3 4 E SHA 5 so Q gs lv x Y . 'iw v b Q If -, S 'KS N X . . 5 xxf 'X AQ 4 ,R n 4 1 x 5 4 X 3 Q Al , lx xx -r 352 ix ,X . 5 :L ' -:.x..""5' ' -,. X ,. s .6 5 wi ww E N B sv X F ,pn 8 + ,X , F ww Wx what NM, L my , ,f 3 'Q' g V F-ilu "" 7 A W 'ff ' I . . " 3 ' -1 A ' .U W " Q F 2'!kww . A V A X X XX xx x X5 A , , ... M V 4 ff I r ' in ,. f mr: npqsmur 5 h 1' r Lhr hulshmn lmwl up .md A!-vwn. hu sm lnothfr layer of water Irv:-rm zrnum! the-rea may gradually grx Lug' rnwugh ru 1.41111 qmf- nl ahr Us-mg 1 un--ms H wf - m :In lxaxlmmr we . an are h-W. ,I y-,f.!..x1..p-H an ouwu 'l'ln- illfllililllbl' allmwhs interval of Ford and Tzlmlmuro . . . First Aid dm-luomtruliutl with .'xlllt'I't'iIIIl als Niflilll . . . Hurry Cole exf'rt'ises sonic of the pigsfuns from the nlmialgf-l'i+-. Must illlt-nfslilw room in st-Imul. luv lllZl.0l'i1Y VP- trarvd i'GPCiiIl'T c-xwl'il11m1ls. lvirtlls. and l'PiIt'liUllS Y' . . F' mrl. was link lwinlugry lair wllvlw' Bl'0iill'l' Guy swirlvfi xarivd stimuli. Fivlfl trips lo illvvstigalf- plant llit out 'mitl SNilI'IlIS ol' snphmlmrvs uhm passvci in and were tvlltlllvtvcl. All 111-112 Xivlory ii2ll'Iit'Il. if'lltil'li ln out ui' lin- morn iilitilll 1-arlx morn till faldinff Juv. sf-vtimls in tht' tiiffvrenl vlussvs. ffare' Dl'ill'li4'kli lll . F . . fs I I l0j1'l'lS mul t'XlN'l4illl4'lllS galore' livvrlvd up thai K'Ulll'S9. formation Ull g2ll'dPlliIlf1 as mill as prar'lit'ul results l'1'fllliill' llN'lHlgQ'l'il' ul' zminluls. snukvs. pigs-ons. and in wgrvtalmlvs. Tho 1-lass sponsorc-cl an l'0l'0l'fi turnrt llllidn-lllifir-al 1'1'1'zlt11l'c's was ilUllSf'ti lhvrf-. and vharls for the' lied Cross Bloml Dmmr's Mulmilv linit. Nll'lIil'0h in lln' nmking: nrt' Norln Huuenalvin :mtl lim 0'lirie-n. In-rv 1-liguge-tl in an palilile-fa viviff-1-lion. Biolog iiI'0lilI'l' buy. l..l1.X. vu N s fn lnkm Bolle: md Bull ljlillllh x- irmn 'IJ s l llllllilflg julw dnnl 10lllllltl?ly ull UI n plnd NIllI'Ii'd uk Duffx - IHPIIIIUII physical Training 115 svl Ill: null ill: mm doors .md lui ilu l thx lllx Xml 1 l1.nrll4 'Nl IL llnrhu I Nl x George Herman's French vowels come trippingly off the tongue . . . Paul Devlin proves a good neighbor in Spanish class . . . Monsieur Jack Skelly views L'Hotel-Dieu de Beaune. Brother Christian. C.F.X. Brother John Evangelist. C.F.X. 24 The Gif! 0 The global effects of a global war will necessitate a working knowledge of foreign languages and an appreciation of foreign culture. Both of these fea- tures were stressed in the foreign language courses during the year. As a background for English and as a base for study of the romance languages, Latin was drilled into the classicists of Brother John Evan- gelist and fiery Brother Ricardus. The tongue and customs of unfortunate France were studied by the French classes under Brother Vincent. And some- thing of the German manner of speaking and living was taught by Brother Myles. The glories of old Spain and its euphuistic mode of speech were im- parted by Brother Christian. i A J' nlxl3Sllllll' Mlll'lI0,, should prove no difficulty in the original lo .lim Baker and Frank W'agner after their workout with lll'0llIOI' Christian- Spanish revorrls . . , l,alin vlass IB enjoys Brother Rirharclus' explanation of the fourth rleclension. ongues Brother Yini-ent. C.F.X. Brother Alexius, C.F.X. At the Cllristmas ZlSSt'lIlllly ear-h of the language flvpartlnvnts 1'Pnclerf'cl CllI'l5llIlilS carols in thvir orig- inal language as their contribution to the world wide signifivalice of the flay. ljrojffvts within the' flvpart- ments includerl some mmlitalvlv Roman r'alPmlars and studies of important native- authors. ,,g Us x Brother Rim-ardus. C.F.X. Brother Myles. C.F.X. I-if rluw jute flown HIIZIYPN illltl Huh . . . lgl'4Illll'l' I5-lo-r --uzwlu-N llt'Vk lullxiviaullf llalrllow. FLIIIIF. Hnuw llllll f:i4"lil . . . Huw lmrn loou-rs urv Sanuk. 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Bryan! and Mnslwll perrn-ll 'fn r ,W QUE JKQ Scholars allop the gym scaffold . . . Green and lfmnlolly are given nmrul support by the gang . . . study period was pleasant during: the' Angus! months . . . Kinlvin invade lilvrury in T shirts. Tom Hennessy and Dun To Lll'l'0lIlI1lUfii1lE' svniors who wuuid turn l'igiliQ'f'Il during thv first selllvstchr. and so iw unuiwle' to glfiltillilit' iDCCLlllSC of tiw draft, voursos in ifnglisii and Amcri- can history were giwn for lin-nl during lime' Sunnncfr. TWPIIIY-i'0lll' imoys wvrf' thus Omlivlvd lo l'f'l'l'iX0 diplo- mas in Ff'iJl'llill'y lwfore they tra-kkffd off lo the- wars, and tiwse mid term grads wvre the muy of tho svlmol. come February. 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RRXW X x V, n pq my 4 ' g:"i,Kk I ,, 3,4 .gs , 'WF fm' fhylxffnf, mf. . . ffm .facial fmnnupmfwv of tin- family -V1 fair' In 'fb- mlm , 35 fi-if Hx alll I Inu: l I X. lurullu-r lX1'llllIl. l..l'.X. lirullxvr .ll'l'l'lllI.lIl. 4.l'.X, Hl'4lll'l' IlIl'll'X 4 I' X In ..... Hu- .l4'1'1'Ia'l':ll1'll lnhlnry Nlmle-nlf Inlxv lima- mul lu QLLIIIIUI' rouml lhv Irmxl -wp- I 1 utlu-ml vonhrmnlmn of lln- lbllblllllllllgf no-xv llml llally lmnl 'lIl'l'l'lllll'l'l'1I unvuunli- zlly. U1-lling ilu- I.ll4'lN AlI'1' .luv IH1'lx1'I4NUll. .lulln Nlalxlu-ll, linlv Villa. John 1 41Hll'll'll. .lov lxzlrl. lon: Ilvlxllvsq. ,lolln XXIu11-. lmruy bro--. xml .luv f1'lll'l'. .. .nfw 5 "'ivW,,,,. WM m fill. IWIXIXU 355' ITALY SUHHENUEHS "' W six Q3 K f 5 .J xt' I s 3 .1 x fkasf K I xgn' fm' Q s X 3 N 5 -uv 'N N4 ,, af, x vw. ,Q lui 'WQSM A Me-lul :Imp hlIllIl'lllr llvuly. lflf-F, lim-ll. N11-lfvv. Lulwn Krf-l'l. OHM! llllfl lxvalrns work un nmilf . . . Me-vluulirul lIl'1lUl'l'h urn- Pryzlrylfki. Rn-i4-ll. kt'I'llAlIl. Umm-r um I S Vfull' . . . lngvr Ulll1'llQ'5 an l1llwpl'iul ilu-vvlnp . . . 'Hu 1 I. lnlovlx illl4'l'l'Flr lll . . . Tillxlllillh ure- lim-ll. II1-ally llalxlf. llurlvy. BZIIIPF. lxvnrns. and l,1'llllDf1'y . . fllillllllllqx joinf an lmalrll ui john lltillllllllt' 'IZ Iuolv on X2 54 f Q Q K fi 5, Brother Alvm. C.I'.X. ntl P li Ce Working lll1lll'l'gII'0lIllll in Ihr' tlllllllllltgl lizlsvlmwiit rooms ol ilu- Main liuilcling. lhv hamly mvn ol' lhv l. A. tlt'IJLlllllll'lll llilltlllltlt. l'lH't. sam. hh-. solclc-r. clruxs. paint mul polish illllltl oi'gzuiim'cl tumult. that is. lor llw lllllIllllilll'. il uomlf-r to lwholrl. limping lloisvs. lilillgri. slmxings. Nlltltlllg limvlliiws lhvy uri- nothing hut il Smooth sympllony to ilK't'0IIllltllly l the- plauinvfl lahors of Ihr- journvyimm. th-wkinig in with li1v1'liz1i1i1'ul clrausingr. thx- noxiw-5 lvarn thc- pre-r'ision rvqllirs-im'nts ol' Fl'illlllQ. tlruw- ina zmrl lPtt1'l'i11sr ltlNlt'l' tho vxalvtimz vvvs ol' liftlllllfl Q . 1 . Lurlos mul llrolhvr turn-. Ih-Ion' thi-ir pulim-114-0 is cwilirvly vxlizllistml. tht' lroys arf' turmoil loose' with thvir hluv-printvcl putlvrlis 1-ithvr in lhv mvtul shop or the wood shop. HPl'lJ thu-3 ll'ill'll thc' usv of the-i1 tools und sliapf- up thv projm-ts whit-h tht-y will prouclly display to ull mul sunclry all Op:-ii llousv zmcl l'orc'x'vr uml 4-wr in il i'ornvr ol' thvir homvs. zklxulivccl Illltt'l1illlll'iIl xlrausing is lvurn1'1l lIlltll'I the' tutvlugv ol' lirothm-1' Alxin. Mora' voillplim-zllml flvsigns in isomvtrix' clrawings arg' t'Xt't'lllt'Il liz-ro l'iltl'lllt'l' 1lIlVzllll'1'fl flrzusing 1-oursvs uri- 1-rigiiwwiiig uml a1'cliitvr'tlil'al clruwing. Brother Eric. C.l".X. Hrolln-r Carlow. lI.l".X. 'xv , 4 " Q X. 0 :li sn H TN ul Eg TIQPMY M-IARIKD ' - aa- "' Ouvsuuomc ULU! scuou 3 n If f 1 vw GEN: F H I 1 G 4'3" EN CHAI T' ma , pl in . l fy vo . N 11 if H u -4 4-1 Vl lbxall' J P IAUIIM ' ' UUHAADW YHUILUSJ ' Nl om r nwfuoen l Y IOOORF. fIUPC NIR - JO J CDND , N au Mhulucl w umm To line anner Born A gc-nllm-niaii. said Curmlinal lNl'WlllLlI1. is one who new-r ollivmls. Anil In-ing il lLI6lllQlPlllilll implies suvh u curisimlmuliuii for ullwrs lhzll OIIP will polish ull' lhv ruugli mlgs-s ul' his lwluuior in all the niulliform vmilavls ul' lifv. Umunclecl in Catholic 4-lhii-S. lvillllllllll' with sm-iul ainwnilivs. liillglll in tha' wuvs uf lhv l,l'l'liP1'l Gt'llllPl1lillI. wv haw huill lhn' lv4Dllll4lLllllDIlS for u liliv lhut will l'0llll'llHllll' to suvivly. Naval llzulvlf fron: l,4-ulinril llull F1-lmol we-ru' uf g!llill'4l ul' lmnui' ul 0!ll1l00l' H1'll0llil'lillll ilcllivulingx Alllllllll wrvim- llalg . . . Hn-m-rnl flibllllllllllllill voilillllilvcl Slll1ll?I1lS annual l'l'll'1'all ..., lan-lx Nolan givvs his pint of lxloofl for an Htllllldlvll wrviw-ilialli . . . Tony llorsvy illll'0llll1'Q'N hir proni ilulv lo llrollin-r l.n-roy .... lvrry Kll'l'lll11'l' :xml ,lvrry llllglv prm'li4'4- nn lrralwf . . . Olvrl f'llll'l'g1'N lil'1llll vollin . . . Mairim- Hill 114-4-il alimss his llIl'il2llH . . Fmilh lllltl llmsling: hoirl H1-il firms llng . . . Tuul 'xfllllll lx4'1'llS hiw lmnlw . . . ln lairgv pin-lure lwuming llii-lx SllllllAlIlI'lx hohlf hif laulff xxrup alle-1' Ilia' lmll. 'VFP' ,iii J 3' ,f was S' '9 , k. .4 un! XM 5, 5 'Vx 5 . XY., A . ,S vm 3: 4 R? Tlw Genllenlan ...ai X ll Group of ll. fl. lllQ'llllll'I'S puusv illvllil' lt'ilVill5l lllllllfflllill lmgiun ol' lla-vcllvy rally . . . ll's Ray Blll'llZll'l1lll and Us-urge Nvxsm-ll auul llI'il'lHlS All lhe lfllrihtlllzls dance. "IA-ltr-r from the lSliIII1lSM mls the feulurv All il l,6l't'IllllCI' illl1'l'sl'll0l:lsll4' fll'llS2l1lt' meeting. Frank Olert. Joe l':u'l:-ll. illifl Lou Wixlkvll11all1 are llle 1ll'l0l'S. Uppervlass- 36 Mx WN my h. 'sign QL '? id -Q x ' X A J? ..-v fwpk t X . W 4 l 'W ,f. Q. if .Li!.s'S'N men gillllfl' us CilllN'lll'iIl rally closes . . . lll'llSAlllt'l'S Ne-il flilhll8ll mul Tom IIlt'l1I1t'SSj nrv prelvmling lln-re-'s ,lava in the urns ut the Decemlner rlnlwe. Larry Lyng. delegate lo the lm-nl 1'0lIl,Cl'6lll'C and prvxy Juvk Nolan view llle 1-iguretles given All Cllrislmzls lo lm-ul lmspilalls by R. A. mon. R ligious Adi nies . . .. These W ere Crusaders and Campaigners I or Deeenc 'l'hat eomposite group of Mount spiritual organiza- tions known as the lleligious Aetiyities. or in alpha- hetieal nomenelature. the llA. again had a husy time aiding the missions at home and ahroad. Largest of the extra-eurrieular soeieties in point of numbers, the HA. under the leadership of indeliatigahle lirother Cuy and Brother Mario. eoneentrates on earrying out the program of the Catholie Students Mission Cru- sade and the Legion of Decency. 'lihe sehool C.S.M.C. loeal unit was headed this year hy president ,laek Nolan. viee-prexy Hay Bu- ehanan. and delegates Larry Lyng and Neil Cashen who represented St. Joe on the eity-wide eommittee. With their usual zeal the Crusaders plunged into a year of drives-Campaigns for the sale of Christmas eards to aid aspiring Xayerians. for Cigarettes for pa- tients in loeal hospitals at Christmas. for medical sup- plies for the missions. for elothes for the eolored peo- ple at the Ridge. Maryland adopted mission. for waste paper to help hoth the war effort and the Propagation of the Faith. At the lleeemhereonferenee meeting. Father Ronald Norris. t..l'.. regaled the audlenee with the story. at times somher and at times humorous. of his intern- ment hy the japanese in China. The Crusade players put on a mission skit. "A Letter From the Islands." and Don Williams displayed his magie. Un the soeial side the Installation llanee. the pre-Christmas informal and the Crusade formal were highlights. Continuing the eampaign for elean movies and literature the loeal unit of the Legion of Ueeeney kept aetive though usually in quiet fashion. Polls were taken in homeroom periods weekly as to the type of pit-tures seen and the results were gratifying. Many Mount students hlled one aisle at the Cathedral an- nual Legion rally in the autumn when the deeeney pledge was renewed. At the interseholastie meetings. lessened in numher this year. a goodly St. Joe delega- tion was always present. At a dehate on the Negro question held in Mareh at Mount St. Agnes. Jam-k Nolan proved the aee rehut- talist who hrought vietory to his side. Later in the year. the Legion sponsored a eity-wide meeting to honor Monsignor MeClafferty. national direetor. To reward faithful RA workers. the annual Legion of Deeeney dance was held at the Aleazar with dueats ayailahle just for the asking. Ray Ruehanan was head man in the st-hool's Legion set up assisted hy onmipresent Neil Cashen who will prohahly step into the driveris seat next year. The RA moderator. head man in the sehool's Legion set-up assisted hy lluddled together on the front avenue. most of the ll. A. memhers look up into the lens of the eareening eamera. llrvall 11nvszll'K ghost was df-liniln-ly quiclvcl all llle llilill'i0llS Cllrisllnuw iIShf'I!ll!lj . . . are-Mivv ual, lhif oullloor lzuml rally . . . fllnnslc-r pep rally was 1lire-vlml from roof . . . -lir imp, rc-an-rviflf am- ,worn in ul 1lrN'llllDly . . . l'4-nn alNalilS his turn as L4-cvll 1ll'l'l1Iil1lh. The Riglll lo Assemble Ile llglllul umlunm- upplzuulf Nlorlnn llunnu lfmulf I-I Z llvllnrv Us in illl1'lll0l'llllll pvrimls lllif XVIII' vzum IllSllIlgIlll5llt'1l nwmln-rs ul' llw rc-ligimns. lln' mill tau. Ilu- mlm-allmml. aml llw 1-nlvrlaumm-ul xmrlrlf as ua-ll as l'llIlPl'y0lll1' lr:-slnllaln 1-I1w11tim1ists um FlIilXl' svniur fp:-lllwimlvrf. Nlufl 111111-uzll ul' llu- Ala rf'llIllll1'S wus lllv 4-must-l4v-1-must lllum- Nm'lxsm'lx In-mul Vaal ol' ilu- Cm-Q1-llola lJl'Ogl'LlIll uilll Xlorlon llms nvv. llalxifl lluss. aml llalvlnuml lkaiu--E lll'I'lll'NlI'il l'l'0lll llw mllmlum' lkillllf'4 ul 1-urlx' lull lu llu' lvlle-I IPI'PSi'lllillIUllS In lilll' Nlux' su- Q-nllm-fl our rlulll ln aswlnlnlv. Sonia' nt' Ihr- tf.H.lVI.tf. urutorf. First rms: JK. Suclmxski. J. l,llk1'l'l, I.. Lyng. J. Jlllliillx. J. llzirnirlwl. .-X. Rug. Fvroml rms: J. Penn. J. Hook. Wi. St'lll1t'i4Jt'l'. J. Eng:-rf. W. llvvlin. J. lg1lll4'l'llt'll. l'nnvl fps-ailwrf: J. Nvnllitti. J. BIHNFII. E. l.1IllPl'. tl. lizizulis. J. Billlt'I'1Jt'll. Freedom of Speec illlll'll' nunivf giruvinu lhv In-is' puhlie' spvuking ' . llltlqllt'. tht- nint' llIt'tlilliSlS ol' this yvaris vontvsts join the' lt'llQlllll'lIlllgI list ol' llutalhlm- Ft. Juv spf'alwrs. lfirst prim' in thx' t'lUt'llllttll l'Ulllt'Sl lu-lil Purly in lJt't'l'Illlit'I' uns 1-uppvcl hy wrsntilv Jiin liilllt'l'tll'll. wllilt' Stillll tivurggv llvrnnin and Junior ilillilfl l'0t0c'ki took St't'0lltl annl third plan-vs. lt mis liutlfwcls-11's lllllIl0l'0llS rvnfli- tion ul' "'l'ln- Nuys" that gnu' hiln first plum-. Us-nrgv llvrinann rm-ritvd nillllill time-111111 Gunn'." and 'flmd I'ntm'l-gi rvmlvrml l'+w's llfillllillil' "'l'e'll-'lialv H0urt." I, lilllltlt'l'S-tlll iwrz- lfd l.anwr. Xvil Cuslwn. Frank Atlllllltt. John Hook and Juv Ilul-wrt. ln stvp with tha' linws an round tuhle clisvussion of our ltll't'lfIlI pullvy I't'lllilt't'tl the clvhaltv. John X011- clitti. niuking his mls-hut us Ll puhlir spc-alwr. mn ull mix Elovution nwlluli:-ts: Tluul otm-ki. Jim Butte-rmlt-n. nml tlvnrge l'lt'l'lllillI. with lirst prim-. lisingx all of his two hunclrc-cl und l'uhli1- fpvuking 1-lub. lfim mu: lirmlwr Mila-ry lvn pouncls. Xt'llflllli gun' ll l'0llYiItt'itIgI spvvrli un E. Hfvrllivk. J. Hom-n. J. Pm-nn. .l. La-niz. J. Wills. NX "Hur llvlutinns with llrituinf' llzrttwclc-11's hllmlws- lit' I'it'0llUlllyu SlIill't'll St't'0llll llllt'l'. 'lihirfl alum' was lleffm-r. Sf-voxnl rem: J. Nolan. J. Hook. R. Ili- l,ifle XY. Devlin. N. Martin. ll. NIA-tzgvr. 'l'hir1l run: XX I I IA't't'll. J. 5lllllll. ty. N-ully. IL Baigxllislu. lu. l.tlll1'l'. XX t'2ll'Ill'tl In lfml l.llllt'I' mlm tallivml ulmnt "Tim lvnitvfl Stzitvs ffm:-rinna-nt. Uthvr fp1'ailu'rs iwrv Luz lin- znlis uml Jim llmwn. ltntrunts ltl tht' l..5.M.t.. fJl'LtlHl'll'1tl Lontvst nrntv thvir msn 1-mnpnsitimls un tht' Stlll-it't'l ul' pnst-nur llllS4l0lltlI'f' work. l'lllllIlltilllUllS nc-rm' In-lil lim' vzuh tttll' in Sl1lQQt'l't'tl nufliturinni pvrimlf. tflu-S finalists. lllHll'll'I'lllillt'll nt tht- tilnv nl' writing. ltlt'I in vnilipvti- tinn for nu-tluls anml at plum' on Ihr' lllilqlw. Se-html N-pi'm'sm'i1la1tiu's also 4-rmrpt-lt-tl in tho John ljlllll Jmnw Hl41llUl't4'itl vmmtvst. Jm- llulwrt I'f'Ill'txNt'lllt'll tln- svlnml in tht- llrusanlt' uunpvtition. Fvlnwiflvr. J. EIIQZPIN. 1.8! li The 1 944 LK ounl ,V OVVGI' . -s fix '- ars. 5-J, X ,, VV Q ' .M .tl l V ' 3 'O I 'l I i . t l 'ii D lgi!'5!.l'rs.. I t Q., 4 1' YsV2c'a,s5 4 nf' ' 3 3 W ,J , f.i.9?ig31s"". F ,ff ' N -Q ilk , .N ' 56" siw i M sg tax IL ' ' -' X 5 i ff 7i , Q-. , 2 .4 A ' 'ff' ' I 5, X- XS. ful H il mf A if-ISS Q . " flz gf' W Q -sf4L'21 K f' . Z 1 -. Q..-Fst Y f , , '-t K , E - ' ' ,gf 5 --I if 1-' r L.gsl:LrZ1g,, Qi I i if X :ts ug -,n- K . ll x. -.Z ' Y 1 X S g K ,.uy,. . sn s, , 'P"51FJ-,s nf ,. 1 " .,l-:'f ?" X I I 3 - S F S 'ii iv Q 0 1, 1 ' K ' -34-,N E-F it rw . ,,-, EH.-gi 'Q'-1 gg , ,,-- N y . -355593-M a... 5- 5 yy t X ET-2S1ifF. i-'2",- s Y 4 f ff K l P FX xqrx - X, f --l rw X a1. X. -. t 1' - "I A 124' Q if ' - . . +i 't- 'll-I ,L 1 1 X,-H H ' , 'K' " , . 1-., . , , - ' -1- 7 ' ' 15 ' 3 '- ' I ,j ll J lui .. A'-' J5Qu,, ' . l --' A + "'l'i ' x 'g . 1-ian! i' "V In , , X , I. . - ,L .1 Y, J QA, Af - it -ki 4- af M " Bl - i ggi' ' ' ' ' ? - X Q + l fi . QQ' I '::.r. - ' s X X -uv 1 s 5. . i4! Us f X IIQ . 5 A 3 1-J' ' '- ' Y 1:2 ' fiiuif' ' S With a rvputation to kvvp. the stall' of the 19111 Mount 'liuwvr ss-t out tn pi'vs9l'w its medalist ratings in Coltnnhia Srholastit' Press Assoriation. its All- Catholii' stancling in thc' Catlnmlif' Svhool Prvss Asso- cialinns. and its first honors in the National SK'll0lilSllI' l're'ss Association. Once' thx' qnvstiun nf ohtaining papal' for the yvar- bunk was srttlvrl. nrganization of a staff prom-er-rlvcl Grouped about Brother Hilary arf' erlitnrial stallnlen .lfle Yelenovsky. Paul Cordon. Jim Murphy. .lim Hatterflen and John Manning . . . lining some high power cmn-entrating 'f42af 'as undrr 1nmlP1'alors Brotllvr Icrmnialr ancl llrolhvr llil- ary. and the gronnrl-work of pnhliratiun was uncle-r way. Hundreds of lvttvrs were' sc-nt out from the nvw nflirv tn prnspvctiw aclwrtisvrs and patrons, and tht hlvs were rapidly arrangvcl hy lJLlSillCSSlIl?Il Dirk Sl1iINElIll'li and Paul Murphy. Staff artist Bill S1'lllIf'i- der wffnt to work on numerous sketches. while- vo- eflitors John Manning and ,lim Murphy prorverlvcl on the yearhonk dummy are husiness staffnlen Paul Murphy. Ed Leech. Jim Baker and .lark Nolan. x All Calholi c .... lfrltllolic' Svllool Press Association Lleclalisl 1943 . . . . COIIIIIIIIUT Scholastic Press Association Firsl Honors . . . . llvlllilllllll Sl'lI0lllSIil' Press r1SS0l'ilI1i0lI ln plsl-plllw' llll' sl-llinl' lsrilm'-llps illltl 0llll'l' lll'lll'll's. lllllx' Populi lxals lwpl llll5Y all lllv lNIN'XXl4llt'l' 0lll't' llll' lllllll'l'illl slalrll-ll Vtlllllllg ill. Alllll lllt'l4LlI'f vllilors lvillll lrHl'llUIl llllll ,lllll llillll'l'tlt'll falls ln ll llllll lllt' lsllrlls xslllllml lN'lll' llilfilllgl. Spurls lx4lllUI'S lffillllx Wllglll-l'. .lilll lhlllvll. illlll .lim llilli1'l' slllllllll-ll llp llll- llllllvllv 31-lu' Ill Mllllt' llllll 1'll1lSl'Il llllrlls. Un-ls alll. prmlllillg illltl llvlpillg. mls xlilllilgllllgl l-llillvl' .luv Xvlv- llllYSlxf illltl 0lll1'1' lllllllilQ1'l' lgl'l'lIll' lfzlxalllllllgll. Nlllvll ol' llll' plug lulrk was lllilllx lay milling l'l4t'Sllllll'll vlllus vlvtllll 'l'ippl'll. Hll'llLll'4l lll4'l'ZIllllli. :lllll lllIl'llS llalvkvtl. llilvllllllillll IllilllilQl'l'S ,lllvk Nplalll illlll llill lm:-vll Illilllr' lI'P1lll1'Ill ll'IllS llllllllslll llll' l'lLlbS1's llI'll!lllllIIl" llll llll- lvlllll FllllSl'l'lIlll0ll illsllllllllllllls llflblll Illl- T23 slllllvlll Slllhsl'l'IlM'l'S. fill-l'lliI0l' ,lolln luilllllillfl allld lxllsille-ss lllilllllglvl' Rivllllrll Sllinllllll-k llalllk lllilllilgillfl l-llilol' ,lov x1'lt'll0Yrlxf All llll' llllsl- of il lrvc' . . . Qlilllilllllx 1ll'l vllilnrs slllmll Yi4'Nillfl, NUITN' of llle-ir work url- .lov llkll'llS0. llill Sl'lIlll"iflPI' Llllll Tnlllllly Tippvll . . . IllIll'l-illigilhlt' llIl0l0gl'1lllllI'l'h Bl'0lll1'l' ,lvrvnlialll alllll BI'0llll'l' lmroy ZIITKIIIQQ' Ri4'llill'Il Cit'l'ZllilllK. l.l'lDSIl slalff lllvlllln-l'. for il piclllrl- . . , Sports vllilnrs .llbllllllf I':llg1l'l'r. Isfillllx Walglll-l' :mtl .lim lion:-ll Il1ll'ls out llle- fnulllllll urilv- up . . . lin-l-llilor .lilll lvIlIl'IVIlN poinls lllll llisplallvll XVIII'- lmok liil'llIl'l'S In Mary .lalllv Ilollllll of Dllnllalrllm Coll.-gl-. xx-llhllillgiltlll .... Ilillll lwilllllillgl Llllll Belly .-Xnn Duylv gel! log:-Ill:-l' :ll pre-ss l'lbIll'l'I'1'll1'l'. 4, ww . 'C .7lwf QM! Xiillllllt' XIX lvl lllt' Quill. St. .lull Ilt'N5lPlllN'l' .lllllIlH'll tlll' Qlllll. llll' llllbl lS!4lll' tllllll'lll'l'll llllx' 'Stl lllllll' llll llllt lllilltl'l'lll svlllllls lwrl' lltltllt' X'll'illlHltlll" Q ... Num' ltlllll l'ollil's lll'l'l' lltillll'tl tu SllIlll'lllS illltl illllllllll Ill MTX IVF. 'lll 1 , . ll'UllI slx tu lttlll' t'0llIIltIIS wllivll all tlll' lwllwt nl' tlll' IJI'lllll'I' ll c' Hlllllllll'l' lS5llt' llI'UllUlll il l'llLlll"'l' lu l'4ll'lll'lt as l4t'l2llllt'tl tllmllgllllllt tlll' svlllml yt'ill'. lllll tlll' l'lkl'fllli'lll'f ul lsslll' Mus stvppvll up lvflblll tl'l-lll'l'lily to lliAwl'l'lily. 'lwllvlw' lsl'l'l' ill'gtltIlt'IllS pro zlllcl vnu t'0ltl't'l'lIlllg tlll' vllllllgv. llllt lltl' stall' ln'lil'wll tlll'il' uvw ll0ll4'y jllSlllll'tl luv Z-lll'll llllt'lS Y n als ll'l'slll'l' llvlls. SllUl'lllQIl' all lllalll-lmllvl' tlllll I lillJt'l'. l'l'0lll tlle' llutsvt tlll' ul'w stall' sllmwll llIlllSllill illill- altlw. lin-l'llltlll's l7l'zlllk XX'ag1lll'l' illlil ,lilll ll0NH'll Sllill'l'4l tlll' l'llitol'illl illlfl lllillxl'-llll tzlsks Ltllfl l4l'lillIll'il tlll' All-llaltllolil-. All-Allll'l'il'alll Slillltlklltl ol' tlll' lllllN'l'. l'lllll'ic'llt, lillSlIIf'SS lIlllllllgll'I' ,l0llll Xvllllitti lIIillll'II- xf'l'l'll SlI1'll alflllitillllzll tasks us llmtlulll IH'llQ!IA2lllIS lm' tlll'l'l' lltblll? QIQIINPS. illlfl tlll' Llllllllill Quill rzlllll' lxlllrll Sllilflffl its lwllvllts with St. lm' stlltl' Vllillllpl UII zltlllvtll' ll'lltllS null tlll' IJHIJPI'-S UWII lJl'l4 tlll' gl'lltltbllHlX C' ll- .. . ' ril'.' lllltll llalskvlllall illlil llilrvllzlll. u C0-Plliltil' Ffilllli xv2lg,lll"l' lIl'Q'LIliS into tlll' nuts . . . livin-altll Quill illtl'l'vil'su"5 s' '- t ll hl.llTlll1'll lg1llxf'I'. Uollwvlx. I'0gill'ly. flfilllll null Cibjlll' . . . xxvilll nlnlllwlltor lxl'IIlIll'l' Martin .Illllll is prulrllllll' '15 stalfl: 5 vully. llc'l'flll'l'. X 223 H4 lrllivlx. ll4'I'IlIillI. Rupvrl illlll l'e'nll. QQ, ALI. CATHOLIC . . . ALI. AMERICAN . . . INTERNATIONAL HONORS . . . GALLOP AWARD Assisting tllc big three were seniors John Pertesses, John Amer and Cas Razulis who had charge of fea- tures. sports and news. The seniors were supplemented by a junior staff of Jim Baker. Frank Crillin, Jim Fogarty, Gil Colbeck and Jim Coyne. Though not in the journalism class George Trinite and Jim Lightner directed photographyg Wayne Cooke handled such shop tasks as mounting of cutsg Bill Schneider did the drawings: and "Pop" Loughran was sports connnentator. To this group were added later in the year a corps of sophs led by Jim Penn, Ed Hornick. Bill lleflner. George Herman, Bill Rupert and Jerry Scully. II Highlight of the year included sponsoring with the Mount Tower a press conferenceg the launching of a literary magazine: success in writing competitions. On February 22. St. Joe's publications played host for the second straight year to 328 student delegates and a score of moderators from 27 schools of Balti- more and Washington. The gathering commemorated Catholic Press Month. Featured speakers were Frank Quill big-wigs are George Trinite. Frank Wagner. Casimir Razulis. John Amer. Jim Bowen and John Venditti. COO ,I J f it" Q 4- 4 , 4 a f 0 7 Bennett. of the Tablet, Brooklyn. and Nliss Mary Murray of Cumberland. Md. These were assisted by Jack Cosgrove of the News-Post. Al Darby of the Sun, John Ursprung. Jr.. of Campus Publishing Company, Brother Leroy. Brother Martin John, and several edi- tors from college publications of the archdioceses: suave master of ceremonies was Brother Hilary. The lnkpot, issued twice a year by the Quill stall, with Frank Wagner, Bill Schneider and Jim Baker in charge. filled a long felt need of an outlet for St. Joe literary efforts. The Quill also sponsored entries to competitions held by Quill and Scroll. honorary society of high school journalistsg and by Scholastic Magazines, a contest offering literary and art awards. ln the for- mer, cub reporter Jim Baker won a medal for his sports writing. and Gil Goldbeck and Caz Bazulis were sectional winners for editorials and features. Not to be outdone by his charges. moderator Brother lVlartin John broke into print with articles for Quill and Scroll magazine and the School Press Re- view. The former carried in its March issue his War Has Its Advantages for the School Paperg the latter, his remarks on and selection of features for February. Most of the excellent pictures reproduced in the Quill were obtained by stall photographers. Editor .lim Bowen and George Trinite. 0. SOGLOW 43 The Boarders' Gazette had its ineip- ienry in the ingenious minds of .lack Shelly. Paul Devlin and Paul Gordon. shown here running off a Saturday night edition in the otliee praetiee room . . . industrious. eflieient and elever were the group oi sophomores who produeed the monthly lntelligentia and Top-Hatter. l,istening to voluhle George Herman are editors George Kroen. .lohn Luster. Charles 0'Hara. Ed Horniek and Bill llelifner. THE FO RTH ESTATE ln tht- garden of Mount puhlieations several new flowers took root. some to sprout from one-eopy hand deeoraled editions tnow rare eopiesl to mitneo- graphed editions. and some to struggle bravely hut vainly against inelement elements. Most frequently puhlished. during its truncated life span. was the sprightly weekly issued under the aegis of the resident students. The Boarders' Gazette. Paul Gordon edited this mimeographed voiee of Alexius Hall and the "harraeks" whieh appeared in the auditorium at movie time on Saturday nights. ,lark Skelly and l'anl Devlin made up the other two ends of the editorial hoard while lid Murphy. Pete llulsehoseh and ,lark Nolan hunted up the lit'i1lQllI't'F. The elexer drawings were handled hy Bill Devlin. ,lim Kirehner. Jim ffllrien. Bill Collins and Bill Croshy ran the reportorial heats. while ,lark Nolan was master of the editorial eudgels. Sophomore Classes A and ll produeed typewritten monthly papers until the editorial staffs were ah- sorhed hy the Quill. George Herman. Charles Comeau and Wfill lihauer were the hrains hehind the rllophatter. and the rival lnlelligentia was han- dled hy Ed Horniek. George Kroen. Charles U'Hara. and Will Hefiner. Memhers of the hnsiness olliee praetiee elass turned out innumerahle little elass papers of their own and illustrated the proeess to iloelis of visitors on Open House night. an M llu lrrms of llu- llill. pnifml for il ll The ay Long ln'idg,:e', W. Ru plll un YY. Fe-rrx, ,l. f:I'4'l'Illllllf,Lll. H. fgillllllll. H. Ixllllr. M. fjllllllilllil. 1.. nlllll- afn-ll. J. l'4'rnia1. ,l. l'rn VV. Lolllm. ll. lgil'Il1ll'lIN- J. flllllll . . . R1-sling in ilu- Kappa tzlli arm' Bill SHIIIIP- mam mul U4-orgv nl'l'Ilil'l' . . . Tom llu-le-r IIN' Pele IllllM'l!0h1'll IPPIIIIIII llu' 35-lralll N. A IVI' lg!'nlIla'r lg1'lll'flC' l'ranu'ia. .lim 0'liri4-n. mul Mrs. lfvkllanwll. ifumpri-ing mu'-u'nll1 ul' ilu' hlllII1'lll lurcly, ilu' lflalssy uals llu- umm! fm' llu' lnlskm-llmll ll'ilIll l'l'llllII'- ll0ill'1l1'l'S luul quilv ll yvur. lllllllidlillsl llu-ir nun Cal- ing guwf Paul QEUITIUII with .lill'li Sk:-II5, P,-lp ll,,l,I,i,,:L ff'H"- """l"il'l'li"Q 5""'1' "ii ll'-' WP "i"'ki"Fi S"l"'lU'AS Paul Dvxlin. .lalvk Hill'I'illQIl0ll. l'il'l'lI Hflllllh mul .Inc .md ulhlvlvs. Ufgilllilillsj llu'ir msn flllIl0llS "Mvzlilu1ll" pmdn imvllulll lvum auul il first mtv lnufkvllmll Ivzun. Cam- , 1 I I I :Xlung F0l'llll lmvs umm' look duluwllg lvssmls QIIXPII -islvnl lunun' SIIHIPIIIS xwra- Paul llnllloll. l1l'l'l'X' lniul- ' , , , In il IIUWIIIUMII illlfllll ul llu- Mmlzlslvrv Hull. zlllvlulvml lmu'skiA lmill Smnu-mam. ,Iau-k Skf-Hy. lillll Uvxlin. lwill ' A . . . 'llIlllIll'I' f'l'lll",""' -ll l3'll'Al" ' -ll Russm-ll. Hulblvu' Hyun. ,l2ll'lllll'F Bf'l'lll0I'. ullllv UiIll'l'S ' N H H us 'umngu H In H' "mm 'I HH Ihr- gym mul ilu- dining rmnn. H4-orggaulizuliml ul' Init llu- lillltqiglll till ow-zlsimns. Slillldtlllli on ' .Mt,ullmH'- grid uggl.l,guliUll Wm, pvu, Hopping and ilu' vlulvs Plllllllliltlil ilu- old Illl1'I'IIll'Illilll' vlulv mul un. Mikv lf.-num. lid Wlurphy and Bill Dvxtvr: and flllfillfl Ihr' Fllllllllf'l' fm' ilu' 11ppf'rf'l lwsl ggamu' was Hu' x'u'lm'y owl' Irvington I':ilgl'l1'S I9-2. Knulc' Club. for llw 0lllf'I'S. -45 pvh, llu1M.l,,,5i.hA lgnl, -lt,,,,l,-pk! 'l',.d Lewis. 'fum pm., divided lIlCllllH'I'S In-two:-n ilu- kappa Lln. re-nunlu-I4-fl assnu-n. mul llux dn. l'irst row: Mr. J. Loomis. .l. Kirchner. .l. Bernier. R. Nunn. N. Murphy. P. Schunke. .l. Hunley. A. Barron. E. Paulus. F. Olert. G. Lappe, J. Miskar. Brother Peter. Second row: J. MBllSllilW'. W. Schickton. A. Kramer. C. Benkert. A. Christopher. L. DiPaula. E. Heartley. lf. Hayes. D. Reeve. 0. Simon. A. Kowalewski. ,l. Cugle. Third row: W. Collins. J. Huemmer. H. Bauer. W. Cherry. J. Parletl. W. Hofmann. V. Fitzpatrick. J. Cimma. A. Popoli. L. Zahner. l". Karl. J. Kalski. Fourth row: T. Potocki. C. Young. R. Frampton. .l. Walters. WV. Suuls. ll. Ciesla Making their how at the Devitt game, the St. Joe Band. thirty strong. serenaflecl the student hodv fre- quently thereafter. Augmented from time to time hy on graduates from Brother Peteris beginners' class. and sporting. from March on. purple peakecl caps to crown their llowing capes. Mr. Loomis' bandslnen gave out with such memorable numhcrs as "Skaters Waltz." "Blue Danuhefi as well as heavier pieces. An early clilliculty was lack of instruments. hut hy various methods il clarinets. 3 hass horns. 6 trumpets. 0 drums. l trombone, l haritone and 1 alto horn. and l alto sax were asseinhlccl. and other instruments were aciclecl during the year. Appearances were matic at numer- ous assemblies. l7e-hruary graduation. oratorical conf tcsts. the play. the Christmas Musicale. anrl various other functions lllI'0lIgll0lli the year. The new music room alliortlccl a pleasant place for practice. Tromhonisl Tony Popoli. mainstay of hanrl for four years. rated scholarship to Peahody Conservatory of Music. and has playefl in several outsicle hanlls. 46 v The Songlmirds Un his rounds through ilu- 4-las-vs with tht- liourlh lwriod lHlllll'illl. .lark Cuillott lrrought the annouiuv- nu-nl. early in Um-tolwr. that Mr. Loomis would wol- l'0llll' all xovalists in llu' niusiv room Q-at-In morning ll1C'I'I'i1lilPl'. livsponsv was grralilying. for the incipient Ch-0 Cluh llllllllN'l'0ll ahoul an hundred voivvs. ranging from the Sinatra to rho Caruso. ln the olling was a inusim' recital lor Christnms: so the warhlc-rs got down at onm' to preparation ol' the traditional Christmas Irv Buppcn uf me IA mlrhlvrh varols. and intl-rla4'm'd them with stirring servivv songs. ,.,,m.lK.S fm. 2, high ,,,,,,,. Rendition of those at thc' llllISil'lllf' drew warm ap- plzlllsf' l'l'0lll lllf' Slllllvlll lvflfly WilHPSSil15r Ill? Ulf? hearsals after that were intvrlnillvnt. hut tht- partivi- Cluh for tht- lirsl lilllti Next pulnlii' appearame was pants and Mr. Loomis. dirvm-tor. mls-sm-rw a hand for at the lllill-yt'ilI' graduation in February. when the trudging to pr:u'tit-4- in tht- pre-Svliool hour when the clioristvrs bade farewell to the- outgoinff seniors with dawn had sr'ar1'e-ly hrolwn. 'lihv Ch-e Cluh was a F' the "Navy Hymn" and the- "Blind l'lownian." HP- natural outgrowth of tht- music' applwwiatioll vlass. First rows: R. Wolf. A. Koualexsski. J. Desort. C. 0.HllFil. J. literniohlv. Wi. Pzlskurl. F. Hayes. J. Frazier. D. Wroten. J. Nelka, D. Luher. J. Parlctl. Sex-ond row: J. Geppi. W. Berk S. Krizan. YV. Srllwarz. M. Coughlin. R. Cierzniak. J. Fitzsimmons. R. Jett. Mr. Loomis. I Petrulionis. E. LeYay. D. Couvher. W. Cismrhel. L. Zahner. I. Buppert. A. Kmiev. C. Bialkowski Third row: T. Palm. L. Prive. C. St-hlimm. J. Nohe. F. Otto. C. Epple. C. Cuemple. J. Rogers L. Williannis. F. Hoerl. J. Huemmer. E. Furst. J. Morganti. J. Pundt. C. MvCuhhin. G. Newett J. Edelen. Fourth row: J. Conner. A. Conner. B. WUHIIIOH. J. Mav. J. Penn. W. . , Yanuzzi, L. Murphy. E. Hofmann. L. Vogelsang. C. Vnelh. J. Luster. J. Yaeger. F. Zidwirk. J. Fino, J Smyth. N. Martin. . .W v , - .X -.1 -.: 'f ,vi 'R " 'v H "W if' H' 'L "f -. - ., . -vs. 1 "..,- vw- 1 - .t f' f W' . V.-. ,M . f ' - .L . . it . - f' ' , ' W .Y ' 'K 47 The ay To A lVlan,s earl llllllfll on campus comes front various sources. Wzliters in hoarders' dining room are W. Tripp. J. Crosby. H. Price, J. Kirchner. and L. Williams .... Al a corner tablc Jerry Kirchner takes his vitamins .... Brother Bernardus stands with his four-year cafeteria veterans V. Fitzpatrick. C. Razulis. F. Walgner and J. Venrlitti .... Sister Ahiatha prepares ' ' ' ' ' - C and Charlie some cold cuts. . . . Brother Marlnus is swamped in canteen. . . . Dom onnor 1 Klein nibble dessert on way hack to class. 48 I rorlxvr IRIIIII' nl IIN' Xlumni ' .,. 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I:IllgIIvIm' 1'xI4In'Il4'n' UI I ' 'I lIIm'll' IIIIDIIIN Im lI14 Ixvir x4'zII xx uw - I III NI :III Ivlnfwv xxI1IxII II1x'x' NIDUIINUIIII In . , N W ' .. L 4 1 I Ilugx' vqmI lmrlx il , pmxixlx Ixxn 1'I1uIaxrNIIipF In IIII' II: unl QIIIII In :INN III IIII Il.IIllIII" ul 1 Xlxllllll IIIIIIIIII v V wg W J. Murphy. J. Guillott. J. Zeiler. J. Amer. R. Shimanek. J. Evelius. J. Velenovsky. R. Buchanan, R. Bradyhouse. J. Smith. R. Pizza. F. Lynch. P. Cordon. J. Nolan. I. Goodrich. B. Fuch. E. Gihlions. T. Cryer. C. Murphy. J. Karl. J. Bowen. J. Batterden. R. Waglier. W. Leech. J. Russo. A. Dorsey. parlianlenlarians Co-chairmen joe Velenovsl-cy and Frank Wagner presided over the sessions of the Senior executive com- mittee when they met to make arrangements for the many functions handled hy the group. Recording secretary Joe Karl laid down his quill and scroll at the mid-term to put on the cap and gown. as did a numlier of the other committeemen. The ledger was kept hy liusiness manager John Amer. and Brother l.1-roy acted hehind the scenes as moderator. lVlectings ran into a snag lxecause of thc difliculty of assembling at the customary twilight hour. The hour immediately after school was then set as the meeting lime. lllll since most memhers were tied up in athletics and other extracurricular activities at that time. a solution was found when the meetings were switched to the homeroom period whenever llt't't'5Sil fl . They planned Aclivilies First affair on the agenda was the footlnall dance held at the end of lNOY8IlllJ9l'. The orchestra decided on was Johnny Moran-s. and the Florentine Room of the Lord Baltimore Hotel was engaged for the oc- casion. Over two hundred couples attended and high- light of the night was presentation of a gold watch to Jack Guillott. voted hy the senior committee as most valualxle player on the team. Next matter to he taken up was the drive for suh- scriptions for the "Catholic Reviewf' which the com- mittee hoosted and for which each memher olwtained at least three subscriptions. Result was that returns lmettered the excellent record of preceding years. High spot of the committeeis lalmors was the ar- rangement of the Senior Prom. As top social event of the year they were resolved to make it a memorahle one. And much deliberation went into the choice of 50 if - iHliil'Ulllll. orvln-slra. tiriwl vost. tiaxors. and otlls-r in- vimlvnlals. 'lin' Iil'IXl'lit'l'1' llolvl was linallly se'l1'4'tm-il as tin- most Itlllllsj svttlng tor Ilia' night. ,lolinny Mm'- lim-is or4'il1'sll'a as tin' lwst axailalvim' liig naenn' lianal. Filttll as tllt' prim' pvr vouplm-. anti a dainty looking lvrawivl lwaring Nlount insignia as tin' liaxor Iior tin' latlie-s. lla-spitv snow and a Viliiiillgl wind. tin- ont- itllllliI'l'ti anti sixty l'UlIltit'F wilo waltmwi to Mvllvn-is rtiytlnns gan- xisilmlt- tm-stiinony that tln- prom was ont- ot' tllosv sllwvssi-s tllat go tloun ill tin' log iiook ot' tl:-lliilttul lltt'lIlUl'll'S. l.liap1'ronvs anti t'l!'t'I'Ullt'S in- vlllilvcl Ur. and Hrs. Hoiw. Mr. ami Hrs. Ililllilill'l'. ami Hr. X Hrs. Amt:-rson, l,arge'ly lwvailsv ot' tile' 5lH't'1'FS ol' tin' Svnior I'roni, tilt' vonnnittvm- nvxt 1i1'1'imle'1t to llau' a Spring llop as a lmriglit spot lwtwt-4'n tln- pronl anal gramtualion. Again tilt' IIILISIPI' IIIIIHIS wvrn- lurouglit to orfle-r Ivy ,lov Nvlv- novsky s gan-I anfl IUHINSIIIQI IDIAUIDUI' parliarn:-nlary pl'm'r-fllln' flisrltsswi tin- ilvtails ot' tin- Hop. l'opnlar :KICK liarthais lmanft was piviu-it this time- to tiurnisli tliv IPIIIPU. and in lim- with tin- lm-ak in pr'm'1'1t4'i1t whit-ti ilftbllgflll almout a 5lJt4Illg llop. tllv smilie- ot tllm' it'5ilXilI was to lu- a noxvl one' I,Yliltilll Hall. atop tflulr fiharlvs on CilLlI'it'S Strvvt. Suggvstions of rvinslating tha' Graduation Darivv, dis1'ontinue'4l last yvar. wvrv matic' from tinw to time' during gvl-togvthvrs. and proposals 4-on:-1-rning the- Class Gift wvrv made-. Tilt' senior vonnnittvs- svrvvfi throughout tin' yvar as the lvawn of school spirit. whipping up f'lllilllSiilSlIl for tht- many at-tivitif-S of the school. le-ailing the- wav by ill'IlN't' participation in 4-wuts attilvtir. svholastir' and sovial. and assisting' in iIlHlllllPI'ililif' ways thi' or- ganizing of both c'urrir'ular and extra-vurrivular avtiv- itivs ln' prvsvnting thc- stutivnt point of vivw. Always lmanlwrship on tlw svnior voinmitlvf- has brought with it a vvrtain prvstigv. for its tradition has lwx-n a IIlt'IIl0l'ililif' onv. Sole-1-lions arc- sprvaft vwiily among thosv who apply for lll4'Htilt'l'Silip in tiwir junior vvar anti arm- lrasvd largvly on tiwir rw-orits for tilt' pl's'm'mi- ing ye-ars. Rvprvse-ntation is from among clay hops, boards. st-holars and atlllvtvs. whivh insurvs a vrosss sc-vtion of intvrvsls. With tlwir ladies at football lliIIIl't' are' se-nior om:-a-rs Amer. Evelius. Baltvrmlvn. Cuillotl. Smith and Gordon . . . llanring at Lord Baltimore- liolel . . . Cuillott arvvpts watvh for In-ing most valllablo player as pre-xy tlalterde-n looks on .... A vliamlm-lie-r vivw of tht- Football llzlm-0. W K2 fmwwmif 0691 7 I I 5'1Z'f1I 1, A" Eg g mA X A Tin' i'Il1llH'l'llll1'r. Mr. :intl Ura. 'xlHil'l"NlPll nnil l'n'lly UIIi.'4'r .nnl Mis. l,1lllllilI'l'. wil uni- ulll. Xvln-ixoulq'. 1illl'l'illl :incl U'llmmg1hln- marry lay plnnn- . . . l'vlm' Hopping izlwli-nr Fully rYl0lllI'IkN 1-nlxalgze-. MCGee's Singing Trunlpel provides Memorable Niglll Ml. nlm wnllil fnrgl-I ilir sm-niin' prmn . . lin- lm-f pmin plains ill Svninr Qihlllllliilm' nn-vlings. lin- vign- ing np ul ,Iulninx Nlvlwv :incl his singing ll'llIlllN'l. lin' llIXll1lllUllS. lin- clam' nilll lin- nnv znnl nnly. Iln' lux. lil1'l'0l'szlg1i'.lilv iHUl4l'0Millg1 ni' 1511111 wir. lin- Nilil nnlil slnf mis rvauly. lin- I'lli1' Ill lin' illltlllltbllili snim lu lin' lil'IX1'iil'l'l' nnml up lu lin- Qfilllfi lvnllrmmi annl lilvn- ll uns lin' prmn ilsvli. llvl' illlllfl' lll'0QLl'lll if Irving rnpiiily lilli-il . . . Tin' lznl- fonnil llnf lllllbit' wx I l'i'n'wi1l1-III .liln l5:ill1'l'lln'll's lHll'llll'l' i'e'i'4'iu'- lin' lraulilionul Imnqnvl il'0lll illlllllllllr lmn Lim- ilulv. f X? K vs Lal .lolmny Xl:-I-a'4w Vllfllllllr Hl'l'Ill lllbllllllll' In lllv prmnflvr. ll lln- llt'lLIlll ol' llu- lnlll . . . Fmnv ul' your lrivmlf lllllfl lmw- lll't'll llwrv. ,lnlmny Nlvllw-. iingging ll'lIIIllH'lt'I'. 1Illl0gll'1lllll'4 lm' Wall llll mar. .lulm Nlullla-lx :xml llaly llurn-. Xlllilv lll'UlllSlK'l'N IlLlllt'llllf' xulilvml lm' ,ltilllllly Nlv lwv. In-Ill up lIl'll'llY lux ll'ilIl'lNbllillltlIl lrmllrln-Q llwx .ulmm-ml lll1' lll'1l1'1'll'l lguors 1-I4-wrlv l1'5lU0lll'4l Xtllll l. .Inv 1'llllll1'lllr. llllfl' llw lllll5ll' In-gun. llu- full IlHlll!llw nl llu- Nl.-1,1-v vmlllullzlllml small l'IlllllI1'1l ilu- 'zllf ul null Ilmwrs. ln IIH limv il mls illlwlllissiull. .llul SINIII lllalws l,l'l'Slll4'lll lgillll'l'1ll'll :uul luis lair Vlllll- llillllllll xwn- ll'il4llllQI llu' gruml IlIill'l'll as tllm' nxllllil Nlilll'l' llflllll 1'lllllilXl'll lln- lllglll. ll lYll5ll1ll lun lung ln-lon' lllv pl'mnslvl's xwnl lmmv Wllll lll1'Il' nu'lmn'u-- llr. :xml Nlrs. llmw I11-lull-ll ilu- l'll2lll1'l'4llll'N. illlll lnolllm' lm-rm' ww In K'llill"'l' . K, ... . Q l'lll1'lll'llll1l4' lwllnrv llw g.Il"lIl4l lll'll'l'll 'l'lu- 4-lim-mx mill: 1 - ... 4 Illll ll:llI1'l'1l1'll illlll .lamv llulanul Imuling . . . xl'l1'I'Ill1llll llll1lS Ilivlx SlllllliIlN'lx an-fialing liiln-vu NlI'I,lll'llllIl1l xxilll ln-1' xsrup. RAM ' VN IMS' DQ A, V,,V. ...NA "Za1lo1-" Wills is 5llll.t'l'lPd to "llo4"' l"lQ"l'lllill1iS mellivinv slum s uiel . . . HSll1'l'iiT,i l"o'artv .I I l- . surre-mit-rs part of his arsvnal to "State Trooper" Krovn . . . nlhll'-i Ht'!'lIlilll olvligzingly lights a 1'igLarn'ttn' for "'lh'v." llvyvr. Cuclc oos n T he Hearlll 'l'h4- spring play whit-It tht- llraniatit' Som-ivty selvrte-cl for its an- nnal proclurlion van lu-st ln- tlc's1'rilwcl hy the liners of Zaflot' Crinws. tha- zany author. nho ns-nl to Maine in tlw dvafl of wintm' looking for 'wave' aml quiz-t. tlrinn-s. lame-w-r. found lliinsf-If E'l1lllPSllE'fl in tht- toils of a plot whit-h nas VUIIIIJQDSPII ol' vqual parts of .Al'5f'llll' and Ultl Law. Tha- Nlan Who lltllllf' to lJlIlIlt'l'. Frankf-nstvin. Tlm-e Mon on a llorsv. 'lllll' llat. llc-Ilzapoppin. and Way Down East. Mon- sis-ur Crinn-s finding himself in the- nmiflst of this melange quoth. "llc-holfl. within an hour l lind nlvst-lf a winclswe Jt svttinff. a mur- . l z- nSllf'l'ii'l'n .lnhn lrntz llashc-s his star for the etlilii-ation of uzillllitni Vllills . . . Tha- mlt-rvr at largm-. a nwsmvrist. a vorn tlot-tor. an twangvlist, anrl a re-tlslxin from llustt-r's Last Stand." Cay Ninetivs illilllt'lll't' hits nllllfkllllh on thc' llearthfi Standing: "Dov" ll:-rlu-rt. As lhosm' n ho staywl to sw tho last art agrevtl. the play was lrivliy. "l'rofessor,' Kearns. "Carlton" lli-lTm'r. llratluation took tht- majority of last ye-args wtvrans anfl this vast 1 I t Svatml: "Allin-y 'IR-M-y." "Lulu Pang." hail as a Illl1'l1'llr4 only tht- wrsatile- Cvorgc llvrman and he vhul- Amlross Ilonnvr. antl "Za1lor" Coyne' . . . Mr. ancl Mrs. llonalil Carlton tjohn lit-nl ,lohn l". llvrhvrl. 'llhv l'rPslnnf'n vlass IIl'0flllt'0Cl the following lfonne-r antl Vfilliam llefflwrl in a senti- noxiw-s nho should lllillil' good matt-rial in tht- 31-ars to 1-onw: john anal .flllfllvxs l.onn1'r. both vast lll fem alt- rolvsi ancl John Lmltz antl ms-ntal mooil . . . "Sl1c'rill"' l"og.:arty says "Thou shalt not pass" to tha- shosfs tllre-v Bl'l'lIill'tl Xvillllllillll. 'llhv junior vlass was xwll 1'Ppl't-svlltvfl hy Georg? had me-n, "Dov" llvnm'g:an. "Professor" .Mule-rton. Otto llvyvr, ,lamvs COYIIP. lfrank llrillin. ,lose-ph l'lemwgan. l,aster. and "Rev-reml" llilnlvons . . . Tln- ilistall' side' "gives out" with some ,lanu-s Fogarty. llouglas Kc-arns. ,lanws l,astf'r. l'lI'illll'iS Ulvrt. and 4-lose harmony Io tho me-lody pirlwfl out ,lohn Wills. all of Nlltllll xwrv lllllliillsf thvir mls-lmts as tlwspians. hy Lulu Pang. .lame-s 'l'mwy. H1-rnarml Xvlllllllll llvllmfr aml lim-orge' litjflllilll MPT? thc' sophomore rvprc- svnlaliws nhilt- lftltliv llilvhons nas tht- lonn- svnior. Xvilllllllblf. l'll'llllli Olert. Amlrc-is Conn:-r. John Conner and Frank Crillin . . . "Mrs. 'liht' play nas IlI't'St'IIl1'tl to vnthusiastir' illl1llf'llt't'F tlllfillgl tht' xwvli ol' April lflth. 1lu1III11.Y'iSY'11.4.l'3'Hi-VIINIUI U70 Mft" l.W1.T!R.iiAlzQ!EKR3sf5i iwi Zaclov tll'ilIlCS llov l'll'l'I'iS . Lulu Pang Mr. Carlton . Mrs. Carlton Slit-rill l'rol'vssor l're'a1-llvl' .Nlviny Matron Carlton" Griflin lrrau-lv fax-vs the- 'un- . P- toting "Dov" H4-rlu-rt. IDR N lVlATl5 PERSON AE , . . . . .lark Wills. ,lim Coyne' George llerman. john Hvrln-rt. ,lov H1-nm-gan . ,Muly tfonnvr. llvrniv YVamhotl' ,. Bill Ilt'iTlll'I', Cvorge Amlvrton . , John Conn:-r. Frank llrillin John lmntz. .lim Fogarty .lim l.aslvr. Doug lxvarns Flil Cilrlvons. fltlo lin-yi-r . .lim Tn-xu-y lfranlx Oli-rl "Lulu Pllllgln xxilllllllliil vainly svrvnatlvs tlw visiting uhitn- nn-n. v-my-O 675' vb xi Ii J JZ in' 'N 9 3? dx .X V. , . r 4 ' b H' ' 'x Q D I gl M funn! f me ,urn E06 fu! TRDPNY A Awmofn -row -' owsnmmuc Amin: SLHDLRU 1 1: Mo' ulucnnu B . gs Q P , 5-, nr 4 -22 ,- fm..-f J mmm. - Vg, nuumow munow 'yo Nilnulh F KIAPFILDIR 'VI WEODOIE E KIIUNNER ,Tl JGHN J CONDUN I! MAURKI' W duiu. VJ n llle playing Fields of lrvinglon A sound niind in ti lwullliy hody wus thi- Wtllllblltil- tion illIll1'll all in thx' vondurt ol' atlllvlivs. And the hundrods who SWiIl'lltt'Kl lor thc' xurious sports. tlvvlivfl out in thi' togs stipulutvd lor thu various sports, wr- tuinly uphold thc' In-ultli part of the progrzun. lt would htm- suitvd us In-ttvr. wi- often thought, vould thu gruvlling vulistlu-iiivs liuw liven dispvnsed with, hut thc' liittvr had to Conn' uilh tht- swvvt. .lalyvvv tri-1-nptuins were Uollievlx. llc Lifle and Fuller Halrrv lmhoff. Oriole fledgling. lnehind the plate in llousl flunrd flllllll' . . . lVlohlvr und Guillotl hour down on filllllllglllk Conklvy . . . tlililfll l.ut'key leads IlI'C-gtllllti pruyi-r. High into lhv :mir gow lzu'i'ossr'l1iuii Wvoody Ryan . . . llciniiv Linz In-mls one with Q!t'5llll'l'S . . . early SPIUIDSIIIINH' in thu pool . . . ftrelvliing out lreloxx tho gym. tho student lnodv looks to thi' vl1em'lP:ulvl's on the rool . . . sovver goailiv ,lov Smith tightens tha' vowliiflc on his potent right ' in l'n' '1' nivlurc. ioviul Brother llilairion Allllllil'CS toot . . . . g. 5 I tha- hom tit- setting ofl' ,lov l'll'Lllit'l',S nutty foothull outlit. Clmrliv llnuvr is more- orthodox. JSM ,X 10 Allxlele l"irst row: Brother Vineent. J. Goodrich. B. Tareseo. A. Lipton. J. Batterden. J. Cuillolt. J. Howell, M. Connolly. J. Mohler. E. Connelly. J. Roberts. l.. Sleater. Brother Ric-ardus. Set-ond row: J. Tarr. R. Haynes. J. M1-Donough. C. Herbert. B. Appel. B. Demheek. J. Dickerson. E. Schultz. E. Murphy. J. Bodolato. A. Ryan. Third row: J. Skelly. T. Palm. M. Fenton. H. Hopping. J. Wfrlf. W. Coffey. J. Perry. J. Flannigan. G. Faulstirh. J. Ceppi. J. Mellonald. J. Sehaeffer. P. llcvlin. Brother Vincent. assisted hy Brother Ricar- dus and P. T. Director Tony Anderson. guided Gael gridiron fortunes last fall through the hesl season in years. They raeked up six straight triumphs before Cityis juggernaut tripped them up. The Alamedans were one of a pair of stumhling hloeks in a campaign that saw St. .loe rack up seven wins against two losses and one stalemate. Through llle u lc Appel serves as an amiahle taekling dummy. lndiyiclual honors went to lanky, fleet-fooled Jim Batterden who rated the left end herlh of the Sunis All-Maryland eleven. and to fancy-flippin' quarter- back Tony Lipton and steady. hard-hittin' guard Jaek Goodrieh who pulled down second-team nominations. Although their T-l2 loss to Calxert Hallis Cardinals threw the Catholie rave into a hopeless muddle and depriyed them of the private sehool crown. the Cam-ls garnered no less than four positions on the All- Catholie squad, Tony Lipton and the entire left side of the linefJaeli Goodrieh. Mike Connelly and Jim Batterden-were the nominees. Newest wrinkle was the dediealion of eaeh elash to one of last yearis nine lettermen now' with Unele Sam. ln the order played. the games went to: Pvt. 'liom Fitzgerald. Marines: Pvt. Joe Heldman: Seaman lfe 53 Hill llyun: Cuclvt lfraniny llathon. .'Xr1ny Air Corps: liolr Cnrrion. Gil l,t-ppc-rt. lfrank Del Grosso. .luck lVllllgII't'W and Chin- Nlalonv. ull Navy. The graml linulv lionore-cl lust yvuris coinplvto sqnanl. Now. on with tht- showl 'lille' Jay grill niau'liint- sturtvcl oil' in high gvar. lrounving llvlonv Catholic' High, I9-0. lvcforv an vn- thusiustit' vrowml at Cihlnon's lfivlrl. 'llulklv Johnny Howe-ll. clouhling in lvruss at 1-nfl. uccountvrl for two of tht- lullivs and hvlpecl set up the third. This last vznm' on Gnillotfs two-ynrcl lun-k iihif-lm vlilnaxl-fl at lll-yarrl Liplon-to-llowvll aerial arlx'uiic'c-. Howvllis pany-oll' pair vonsistvd of un viivnly funililv svoopecl np in 'lily-f'lll'l tvrritory uncl an unusual snatvh of an an-riail Njilfli-l'illHllll..l Mim'l1iga1n's grvat "point ai llllIllllPu Plmeils of the past xlvcanlv supplivrl tht' Gavlsi gruml strategy for thc M1-llonogli fray. A pnnt-pass-prayer ollvnsixv set the Caulvts havk on llwir lm-Is in thc' lust half after the Pikvsvillv lafls had run Fiilllpillll tlirough the ont- wviglivcl line- in thc- ops-ning stanza. U0lll1JlPINt'Illlllg il toss from Lipton to Howell that 1'u1'riPcl to the one yurfl lll2lI'lit'l'. winglmvk Jam-k liolwrts slithervcl lllfflllgll right tzivklc' to knot tht- vount at 6-all Fairly in thf' third qllill'lt'l'. St. Jos- llll'll!i'll ahead on Mike Connvllyfs plzivv-pivk c'onwi'sion. Clinching talllies were aclrlvcl lay cliniinutiw sulnstitutc- tuillmck John Ceppi and ball- , hawk llowvll. who snarerl at Carle:-t llllllllllf' in Illlfl-itll' :incl run it avross. N A lust llillfl-t'll2lI'QlllfJ,' linv. pushing: hack heavier opponvnts. paivvfl the way in the 6-0 Jay lI18SlPl'y of Cuillott strvtvlles to lllork Loyola punt :ls Talrvwo rlos in . . . llull,s-eye lwzuvf- by Slczltfr is snnrvtl lay lf1llll'l'lllll d . . . . Htl Murphy Inns xloun llelone lwzivv. ,lark Rolwrls. Jan-k Uuillott. Lou SlP1ll6l'. Mike Connolly. I l lpt un .lack Roberts flanks St. laul's big George Mitchell. Gonzaga in the "Battle of the Two Citiesf, It was Bernie Taresco's recovery of a Wasliirigtori miscue on the one-yard marker that set up Guillott's goalward plunge. Forest Parkls Green and Gray went away black and blue after a terrific hammering by the Mount's "Seven Poniesf, Tackle Mike Connollygftfth man in the Foresters' backfield-provided the ga1ne7s only scoring chance when hc smothered a fourth-down Greenie punt at midfield. Quarterback Lipton, capitalizing on the miscue, flipped one to Roberts that went for 32 yards. After line smashes netted another first down, Lipton sneaked six yards through center for those all-important six points. Slipping and skidding to a l9-0 mastery of Severnis Little Admirals, the .lays registered their fifth straight win on a windy, rain-swept Gibbon's field. Backfield aces took a holiday as alert forwards accounted for all three tallies. After Lou Slealetfs printing cannonades set the Tars .lack Guillott meets a wall as Mohler and Connolly rome up back on their heels. cat-fooled ,lim liatterden dellected a Sailor punt and lineman Bernie Taresco smothered the slippery oval in the end zone. Running mate Mike Connelly duplicated B:frnie's performance in the third quarterg in the final Canto "klepto1naniac" Johnny Howell grabbed a Severn fumble in mid-air and skidded across for the final tally. Connelly's first successful placement of the contest made it 19-0. The Gaels squeezed past an upset-minded St. Paul eleven on the merits of Mike Connolly's accurate toe. Elusive Hinger Tony Lipton scooted 36 yards through a broken field to score after having been trapped be- hind the line on a tossing mission. Connelly's con- version hisected the cross-bar to give the lays a 7-U advantage. Crusader Tommy Gough brought the Mount Wash- ington fans to their feet when he cut loose with a 30-yard heave to Billy Crockett who raced another 35 yards unmolested for a score. Anxious Mount rooters sighed contentedly as Crockettis placement went wide. Nocturnal football disagreed with the Mountrnen Tony Lipton. Ed Connelly. .lobn Howell. .lohn Mohler. A I llvc Connolly kicks point as Ed holds in Loyola game as Citvis cohorts turned lllem hack 6-ll to snap their win-streak at six. Lipton's aerial honihardment ran into heavy Collegian ack-ack as the Alamedans drove 65 yards along the ground for the gaincis only touch- down. l,ce lloshall's powerful boots kept the Jays bottled up in their own territory as his males gained at will through a Cael forward wall that was outweighed 20 pounds per man. A long-range printing duel hetween Lou Sleater and Cilmanis lfv Jackson highlighted the 6-6 lloland Park deadlock. A fizzle ofl the side of Jacksonis foot in- augurated the Gaels' scoring drive. Taking over on the Cihnanite 25. Lipton and Sleater passed and plunged to the nine. From there Jack Cuillott plowed through to pay dirt, but in the hnal quarter Courtney Jenkins tossed one to Hal Xanders in the end zone for the tying tally. Loyolais pennant-hound express was derailed hy the Jays hy virtue of a 6-ll upset. A unique centeisbuck- lateral. adapted from Temple University strategy. . . . ,lack Guillotl lugs the leather and gives with ai sl ng I llI'0Uf1,'llt ahout the deciding tally. Quarterhacli l,ipton sliced through center. cut to his right and just as he was hit, lateralled to Iralthack Jack lioherts. running wide around the same end. Koherts traipscd 55 yards along: the sidelines hehind the heautiful down-field lmlocking of ,lim Batterden. The Blakehelderis HT" formation pass attack was smothered hy an alert Gael secondary and a last-niin- ute rally hy the visitors was nippcd in the hud. The Gaels, season symphony ended on a sour note when Calvert Hallis Cardinals. in a thrilling Frank Merriwell finish. tossed over a last-minute score to win. 12-7. A pass-interference penalty called against the Josephites set up the Cardinal tally. Liptonis tally and Connellyis conversion came in the seeond chapter after Jack Goodrich fell on a Cardinal fumble. With Pat Corrigan slinging them, the Cards drove 65 yards for their first score and that missed conversion seemed destined to prove the .lays' victory margin. Last year's Catholic champs, however, had other ideas. ,lack Goodrich. ,lim McDonough. .lim Balterden, Bernie Taresco. sings Q, l:'s"'g,gs 1195: EW Q1-QV Qi? ff A' K 45,5 Qppfgr ' 1 A X W 1 Kgs 1., , ,A My F Af Ffa, n ,,A. ky, wud A 2' ,Quia V hi -,ic 5353 WAS 'iff iff, , fix ,an -P L,,f,g' , . .y P AF , 1 Lg X -wwf 5 Q V' NA I QA 7 ix ff "' i we' x M rg., xx 5, ag!! ' vw ip: ' 1 A Ti 1 :ya i XM, 'ip v,,AK s7f.'i!' Q vs :pi xy 1' J 'Lf 4 fi Fu, Qi, ' 4" W? ixiigrvgf., fn .6 L: 5 'wk '! ix , rig' 9 U- vl"d"Qf ff! Wiz: 5431. , F 3 h J? ' 'Y ' 'a"lQ'! Q L -1. ' 'fkqi ,fefitgm izvfjx 'avg 7 :fig ' J 'lx ,IV i ' 49- ' W I-E. .N Y 5 x if by f R :af 19- , 1 in . A if QWK' xg, ' ' f Lx x 5 . .nf . W ,L ,, K jk 1, ,. by M 5 ax J Ji V4 ji' L Q, ' f Y 32 if gg" VT' 2 W u A M "' my x 'L H t.lll'l'I'l1'Llll4'l'S ,lov Trzn'ia'su. Gun' Collins. llllll ,lim S1-lm-l If-up owl lun 1 llc: wr- -- . mam. :xml .llllllllj KlI'1'lllI1'l'. '-' num-s .lurk llvrlrvrl. FRO THE SIDELINES V 0 l 0,0 I 'O mb N fL ,rf X llrolln-r ylIll't'lll and Ur. lhmelli I'1'l1lY during lime' out while' Skvlly rmulie-5 ilu- uutrr l AY EE . . . Privale School champions A hnrly line. aycraging IT3 pounds a nran. operat- ing in front ot' a speedy and versatile hacklield, car- ried the Mount hanner high in jay vce gridiron wars this past season. Though they annexed hoth Catholic and private school laurels. the youngsters got a touch of uplay- ollilisu in their tusslc with City for the scholastic crown. Leading T-fi at hall'-tinic. the ,lays were smoth- ered as the Collegians came hack with a roar and four touchdowns in the second half to capture a 33-7 decision. The statistics department reveals that the purple- clad warriors completed hostilities with 5 triumphs. 2 scthacks and a tic in 23 encounters. Bohhy Falter. diminutive hallihack. and Vince 'l'allarico. hard-run- ning fullhack. led the touchdown-making with Jack llulliy and lion 'l'hehargc in close pursuit. Yielding only 58 points during the campaign. the hefty line proved to he worth its weight in nylons. Iioh lJel.isle. captain and center. called defensive sig- nals. as Gil Coldheck and Jack Staley spelt trouhle for any attacks on the flanks. Frank Vittek. Bill Lewis. Norh Haucnstein. and Hoh Jendrick held up the middle of the line with "shock troops" Joe Trage- ser and John Herhcrt proving very handy to have around. Line: F. Goldhecls. F. Yittek. N. Hauenstein. R. Deljsle. R. Jendrek. T. Lewis. J. Herbert. Backs: D. Thellarge. V. 'l'all:n'ieo. J. Duffy. R. Falter. First row: J. Callagher. Y. Tzlllarico. R. Fuller. .l. Duffy. D. TllEl'l2ll't!,k'. J. Trageser. Second row: Brother Norman. l. llerhert. J. Milani. ll. Noight. J. Focta. R. Jendrela. F. Cusack. F. Boldheck. I.. Reich. l.. llanahan. Brother Hilary. . 1 . Third row: N. Cecil. J. Fingers. J. Hlillll "l. Lewis. H. lJel.isle. J. Bittner. Y. l nger. J. l.aucr. F. X illtflx. C. Sylvester. Fourth row: T. Mcllonogh. C. Kroen. A. Cerino. N. Hauenstein. T. Gihhons. F. Buell. J. Staley. ll. Yveetcn kamp. C. Epple. Vi". Donovan. Opening the campaign against Loyola. the Jays trouncecl the lilakefielders. l9-0. with Don 'lhchargc and John Duffy leading the attack. lNext canie lVlcDonogh's Cadets who hi-ld for downs on their own -1 yard line in the ganieis waning ino- rnents. Holi Falter crossed the goal linc twice as thc tussle ended in a l2-l2 deadlock. The numher thirteen proyed unlucky to St. l'aul's and Severrfs foothallers. hut lucky to the ,lays as they subdued both teams hy a count of I3-0. The juniors sulliered their first sethack of the season at the hands of the Golden Gophers. Franny Vittek and Bill Lewis stood out as the Jays lost 6-0. Vince Tallaricois two touchdown jaunts featured the Calvert Hall fray. Jack Staley and Jerry Pocta. a sub linesnran. accounted for the other tallies in the 24-7 conquest which insured the Mount Catholic: title. Once more carnc lVlcDonogh's Cadets in the private school playoffs, and the purple-clad gridders walked ofl with loop honors. Tallarico and Dully' niade the six-pointers as the Cadets fell ll-0. Then carrie City's juggernaut and the crunihling ol' the seasons hopes. Howeyer. Brothers Hilary and Norman. head nrentors. hint of happier years for Gael varsity teams. ' Q 1-K nifa A ' 0 9 5 1 ' 'K l sl I l . 1 I ! ' H YQ nl nllersqua -- l'wil'hl ron: NV. HvlT11v1'. J. C0lNNlIy. H. SSSi0lllf'li. JY. JRIIIIPS. C. f:lIl'lIlIDlQ'. Hvvolu row: Il. Millvr. N. Sllllgll. l'. Ro111111e'l. R. Will-. J. Nl1'liPl'S0l1. J. B1llxf'l'. J. lnlllil li, E. l'JllI'5l. Tllird rom: Brolluhr lVI11l1'ol111. Vf. Hull. T. R6llll'I'kl'. ll. M1-Q11115. J. ":lli0l' a B. RI'1I?g1xl'. W. Edvr. I". f2lISi0l'. G. Service. Brollwr luill'iIlllS. l"o11r1l1 ron: J. Uxwns I". 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COVilIl.S Som-iul Clulm mls trippvml lll' 111111 f"f'1-'11 l" Flmll im 0ll'f"'lllF" l""'ll""l V4""l'i'l5f" 20.13. and th.. t.m.lil.l. dvfml M ilu. hands of HW pm.. lay l1z111li11g 1lu' Slllilllll'S 1o il S1'1Il'l'll'SS 1l4-1ullo1-k lll 1lu vslvrs was 2lXl'llQ1'1l lmy Il l'0lllll ol' 0-0. llllrfl limm' 'll ll"' V'i"'- J1111 Nl1'l'i1'l'S1lll. Jau'li IJWPIIS. l71'a111li Cusior zuul Joe' "l""'9l' ml-lllylllg will lmllllmlw Sllllwss' llw llll Cmmuy fmhmml H SH-Hug bull-mlinfr qlmrld uhhh po111ul1'1's-cllsplalywl Frlvnly ol -1'IllllllblilFlll llllllibl 1oo pilm-ml up 02 poiuls Illlflllg llu' FPLISOIIAS ll'lIlll'1'. C711 mmlll Sklll' 'lmlk ylllllllllllllgllN,lllm'-lmlllmllxmg Wh llu' 1l1'l'1'11six11 -iflv. Rolv Wlills. l'l1l Furst. Corflon Svrx- llw Um' llnglll Slml In llw f"1'f""iI"1'f'- I iw um' H 'mir nl, Puls- Hmmlwl and Dmisl mmm! ug llzll-glssofl lllfllllglllllll 1lu1 Villllllillgll ll.. lu-mu-1. op. Shmh, us MW' In alhmlng only 32 nmlxkmhsl Nil blast, lltlllflllh. 1lu 1-0 ll0llllll1l5 lllllllllllllll Ill only o1u lIl"' llll"'1' ll4llQ'4 111 1'11v111v 1lvfe-11-iw 'Pl Up' """"""l""' llml 1111112 ll"' Wilwllf l"'1ll"- .l"ll'H1N . . . I. r. - . 5 . . lJI'l'lll11'l'. l'1'z111lQ Nw- illltl f.llilI'll'X lJ'lllIlbl'l1l"'1' uvrw' llu' 1 .- lIllllllhl1lNS ol 1lu' 1'l1'Xl'll X1'llI1'll 4llllllll4'4 lulllllfl' Glu-I . . 1 lfir-l 1-ou: XY. HllSal'll. I". N1-1-. J. lfoolx. F. xllqxlilllllll. Ai1lf'Yl'P squzuls uill1 u111'1'io1's. ,. .. .. .l. lllllllll. lu. kldhllxl. l.. Billlllll'l1lflt'. J. lvlilllllillfl. BHIIIIPI' Klxin. 5l'1'0ll1l row: E. lfonnor. E. .Ml:1111s. .L llliltlillllgl. Firwl ron: llr. -Xlvin. T. Blair. l". ,Il'llhl'll. ll. 'l'opol-lxi J. 'l'1'111'ie-so. NY. lfrosluy. J. f:I'Pt'lIllllJQlll. l". Talllroll. N. K. Bovl1g:v1'. C. Bic-1l1'o11-ki. J. flilllllllll. S4'l'0IlIl rou: J Hllhiilfll. 'l'l1ir1l ron: ll.Cil1l1o11s. A. lJl1'f:I'iIN.IJ.Ri1'lx1'llN. Ulu-s. J. l'Jl'2IZl4'I'. J. qlllllViIf. T. VM-11111-l. ll lhlm II ll- NY' 1' l1 X ll . .11v1111:111g: . 1'111ps1'y. J. H111-1111111-1'. .l. ll11111v1'. J. Rllll'l'lllilll. Tllirul ron: YY. l:1lIllll'lly. lf. niIll1'I'. M. Unin- l,z-nlz. J. SYUIIIHJRI. R. Xvolf. lilllli. R. Maron. J. IJl'llIllN'I'. J. l"11l11'1'. J. xx-2lI'Il. J " .- J l..,x.-0 -XRS' I--J .44 lnLKf'ST?b-I xr 5 'l 'gn' Kllll First row: J. Plevyuk. G. Hubbard. J. Neilson. P. Bartel. P. Loughran. J. Poole. Second row: C. Eikenherg. J. Caruso. R. Drzmkiewicz. K. Salbeck. J. Smith. T. Forsythe. E. Gaberdine. R. Beam. J. Kerr. Third row: T. Shea. P. Cordon. R. Kanode. J. Amer. J. Sliwa. H. Linz. W. Prymus. T. Connolly. They were Champs The Purple and Cream reigned supreme on the scholastic soccer pitches the past autumn as Coach John Plevyak master-minded both the varsity and jayvee Gaels to Maryland Scholastic Association titles. St. Joe last ruled the soccer roost back in 194-0. To end up on top, the varsity hung up an unbeaten record of thirteen wins and one draw. It was not until the last game. when the boys moved into faster company, that the Naval Academy Plebes threw a wrench into the cogs and eked out a 1-0 win. Sixty-five hooters of all shapes, sizes and abilities trekked to the lower field at the seasonis start. The proper prescription of seasoned veterans plus new blood in the group of former jayvees and newcomers was present. Captain Joe Smith headed the half dozen veterans of the previous campaign. Joe was unexcelled as protector of the goal's mouth, in his ability to position himself, and in the dexterity with which he handled the enemy boots. Tom Lind, Tom Forsythe, Ken Salbeck, and Heimie Linz proved in- valuable on the front line. while halfbacks John Amer and Joe Sliwa were fending off the foe. New to the team were basketballers George Riken- berg and Paul Gordon, both of whom speedily caught the knack of the toe art. Other new men were Bob Drankewitz, a pillar of strength, Dick Canode, Pop Loughran, and Joe Prado, Cuban sensation. The 1912 jayvees sent up Johnny Kerr. Pete Bartel, Bob Beam and Joe Caruso. No high school team could down the Gaels though Sparrows Point in the seasonis first game proved a stubborn foe. Ken Salbeck netted a Jay goal, but after two extra sessions the game was still stalemated 1-1. The Gaels went on from that point to turn back in league frays Patterson Park, former champs 3-2. City College 5-3, Calvert Hall 6-1, Polytechnic 2-1, Vocational 4-0 and Forest Park 2-1. In non-league combats, the pitchmen defeated Ca- tonsville, Park School and Towson twice each. ln addition, they downed the Coast Guard Training Sta- tion and lost on a last period goal to the unbeaten Navy Plebes 1-0. In league scoring the Jays topped the circuit with twenty-two goals. Counting all fifteen games, the booters scored forty-five times with Ken Salbeck pacing the procession with eleven counters. Lind followed with nine, Drankewitz seven, Forsythe six. Prado five, Linz four, Sliwa two and Poole one. Tom Lind and Ken Salbeck sparked the 3-0 victory over Towson. Towsonis only offensive threat, a pen- alty kick, was squelched by goalie Joe Smith. Joe Sliwa looked good on the attack and defense. The league tests with Patterson and City were no breathers as not until the waning moments of each game did the ,lays emerge on top. Heimie Linz's two penalty kicks spelled the Pattis first conference loss in three years. The City clash went into two overtimes before Tom Lind broke up the tie, and Ken Salbeck added another to give a Purple 5-3 victory. Tom continued his hot pace, getting two more counters against Ca- tonsville for a total of five goals in two days. Catons- ville closed with a rush, but the Mount defense tightened to give the Gaels the Countian's scalp 3-2. Park School was beaten for the second time 3-1. Against Calvert Hall the soccerites hung up their third conference win, trimming the Cardinals 6-1. Joe Stellar goalie and captain Joe Smith surveys the fied from the net. VARSITY SOCCER St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe St. Joe Sparrows Pt. Towson Park Coast Guard Patterson City Catonsville Park Calvert Hall Poly Catonsville Vocational Towson Forest Park Uavy Plebes The team journeyed to Annapolis on the colorful W. B. 8: A. train. Posed in the usual order are Forsythe, Sliwa, Lind, Gordon, Smith, Prado, Caruso, Linz, Amer and Kerr. 67 Prado moved up to the front lille and caught on fire hooling four long hard kicks for Jay goals. Calvert Hall was hcltl scoreless until the linal canto. Next came Poly which was mowed down 2-l on points hy Salheck and Drankewitz. Moving out to Catonsville, Coach Plex yak allowed his four players from the suhurh to show their wares. Arncr. Poole. Loughran and Kanode gave their all and the gainc ended with the lryingtons on top 2-0. The lVlaryland Scholastic Association title came to the Gaels when they scored their eleventh win, an lllIlll't'SSlNt' l-ll triumph over Yocational at Patterson Park. Play of the game was ,loc Sliwa's penalty hoot which curxecl l'l'0III the corncr of the pitch into the Yocational goal. Victory nnrnhcr twelie canie against Towson when the Gaels ripped the nets to take a -11-0 shutout tussle. Amer. Gordon. lrinz Fliwa have plehe well covered . . . play is close near Sl. Joe's net . . . All action shown here occurred hy the waters of Annapolis. XVhen the team moved to Annapolis to conihat the Navy Plehes, they were meeting another unheaten squad and a close contest was anticipated. lt really was hard fought with lvoth defenses stilling opponentis thrusts until the third period when center forward Kirk tallied for Navy. The game ended with the Middies on edge protecting their slender lead. The Associated Press account ol' the game credited the Caels with heing a 'lstuhhorn and well-coached team" which howed only after 'La hard-fought hatlle in which both teams showed an effective attack and defense," ln a postponed game the Gaels eased hy Forest Park 2-l to hring their goal total up to forty-live. one more than douhle the nulnhcr of counters scored the year prexious. Of the array of regular soccer stars, only George ljikenherg. Joe Prado and John Poole are due to return lor the l9ll season. Roh llrankiewicz. Ken Salheck. Joe Prado and Tom Lind suck oranges during hall l fl'0l' the way things are . . . Kerr. Amer, Gordon. Mr. Plevyak. Prado and S iwa seem to aw going during Catonsville game. Cordon uses his head . . . Emma 'UQKZ First row: Mr. Plevyak. J. Haspert. L. Martin. A. Alnereihn. ll. Williams. J. Koscielski. B. Dietz. Second row' T. Connolly. J. Wachter. J. Ford. F. Brandt. R. McIntyre. Y. Grisanti. T Shea. Third row: R. Johnson. VV. Bauer. W. Grill. J. Russo. A. Ruzin. T. Polocki. G. Hubbard. JAYVEE SOCCER . . . likewise Tops Champsfthatis the 191-3 record of the Gael jayvee soccer squad who demonstrated its right to the Mary- land Scholastic Association junior diadern in convinc- ing fashion by winning five and tying one in league combats. Also coached by Mr. ,lohn Plevyak. the little hooters followed in the footsteps of their big brothers in coming out on top in all their contests except one. and having one match deadlocked. The jayvee roster included Fred Brandt. goalg John Russo and Carlos Jordan. fullhacksg George Huh- bard. Thad Potocki and Don Williams. halfbacks: John Haspert. Vincent Grisanti. Albert liuzin, John Vifachter and Dick Johnson, forwards: Wvilliam Grill and Joe Koscielski. alternates. and William Bauer. John Ford. Bernard Deitz. Andy Amereihn. Bob Mc- Intyre and Leo Martin. substitutes. Many of these lads should prove luminaries on varsity elevens in future campaigns. In 1912 the junior Jays were co-champs in thc soccer race, as each of the three teams in the league last year won one and lost one to provide the unique situation of every team sharing in the post season cita- tions. This year the Gaels wanted no strings on their honors. and proceeded to down City College and For- est Park twice, and to edge out and tie Patterson Park in six conference tussles. The Purples split with a strong Catonsville team. winning the home match and dropping the county clash. The smallies dusted off St. Patrickis 6-l. City 3-2. and Patterson 2-0 in their hrst three games. Ruzin. Grill and Wachter scored on the Collegians, and Koscielski and Haspert against Patterson. Ruzin also booted one home to tie the Pats in a return bout. N enezuelan Vince Grisanti went to town in the second City meeting. netting three goals. John Wachter added one. The jayvees edged Catonsville 2-l at home and lost hy a similar score in the season's windup. JAYVEE BOOTERS Ht. .loe 5 St. Patrick's I St. .ioe 3 City 2 St. .loe 3 Patterson ll St. .loe 2 Forest Park l St. Joe 4 City 0 St. Joe 1 Patterson l St. Joe 2 Catonsville l bt. Joe 1- Forest Park 1 Sl. Joel Catonsville 2 Martin and Amereihn ad- vance hall lor jayvee champs. 9 1 C . v gw SW A Q. In 4 3 Hg a .5 - . QA .. .,,. K ,, X , F3 xr A , 1 S .5 N' .H 5' q N W jp I T K A f iww M -we Qs. W .,,. . . C' X Ag M 1 QU 6,iQfQ as Ns Y s ,. , Nas , N vu' X 'R 'N xx, . Q, H. , QA? if K mm X I 1? K ' i , ax- M xifj' ww? hrz. ww Ng? www' ww-,XM I -:-' E ,- Q, wwf M, 'Q .SX x 1 in f ff A if Jw y V w? 1 29.3-f F' ' my if ,gssw SQ -J ,M in vi T XJ x K A K 1,4 T.ST.if5 2 WSW-56 iii 5 'h4' - V ?wg"51 sr S - -W-4s.m...,..4..x 1 I Q Q, X 'f Ssnzr ixxgsffa 1 3:31 til" 2 BMV Q 'a , GQ'-'Q S S156 Sm X fe A ,U Isuos 'A ws 'Us 3 " S .. X l 29 28 ZW 27 I9 ll 35 27 12 69 ln pre-game huddle. 28 Eikenherg. Lipton. Gordon. 22 lfalter. and Banahan smile 38 at a coach Lackey quip. 49 36 llall. All told. the Gaels racked up 20 wins in 31 outings. "So near and yet so lar" well sums up the hoop- sters' title hopes this past season. The high-flying ,lays ran their early-season win streak to lil straight lwefore running afoul of the junior Ta1's at Annapolis. The undefeated Plehes' 30-25 triumph hegan a mid- season Gael slump, caused largely hy the ahsence of captain and chiel' point-getter Paul Gordon. Prior to the Plehe allair. the lVlountmen had victimized Park. Nlonastery A. C.. Devitt. St. Paul. Gonzaga. Calvert llall. Loyola. lVlclTonogh and every puhlic school hut Southern. which they didn'l meet. Sandwiched around the first St. Paul defeat were a pair of vic- tories over the Nlounlis keen rivals from out Catons- ville way. After another defeat ol' Calvert Hall -12-26. the Jays were taken through tht- hoop l5-26 hy a Gonzaga quint whom they had mastered earlier 36-3l. Next came successive conquests of Gilman 32-lil: Towson 77-l2: Loyola 36-20: and Mcllonogh 60-35. This last. a hectic. high-scoring allair. was the scene of Gordonis 23-point record shattering performance. Throughout the season. hljivotin' Paul" showed the way in well-shredding with 318 points in 3l tilts to cslalvlish a new scholastic scoring mark. This hack- luoard harrage included l20 field goals and a 73-l35 loul shot mark lor an average per game of l0.5 markers. Paul not only gained a position on the We BASIQI-f1'l5AI..l. Sill-IEIH LE Opponent . Park . ,. Patterson Park . . . tlity . ,. Sparrows Point . l'atterson Park Monastery A. t . . Poly . . City , . , . llevilt . , Towson , Forest Park ., St. Paul . , . . Park Calvert Hall . ,, Gonzaga Gilman Loy olal Mcllonogh Navy Plehes Catonsville Z'l. l'aul Catonsville Calvert llall Gonzaga Gilman Towson Loyola Mcllonogh St. Paul ., l'oly Alumni Suns All-Maryland quint. hut was also awarded a much-coxeted athletic scholarship to Notre Dame. The Sunis roster also included Tony Lipton on the second team and Bob Falter as a third-stringer. lilvery member of Coach ,lim Laekeyis lirst-string passed the l00-point mark in tallying: team total for 31 contests was an impressive l.l50. an average of 37 per game. Elongated Johnny Howell got the jump on opposing centers. while diminutive Holi Falter and deceptive George lfikenherg streaked past hostile for- wards. Tony Liptonis clutching fingers grahhed most of the relvounds to keep down opposition tallies. as sniping shock troopers Lou Banahan and Whitey Wlelsh poured them in for the Gaels. Other reliahle replacements included Joe Silk. jack Goodrich. Hucky Wlard and Jack Duffy. A post-season War Bond lmenelit tourney at Home- wood saw a Gael squad minus three regulars-alolm Howell. Boh halter and Lou Banahan--drop a 25-min- ute thriller to Poly. 20-23. ln a practice tilt during the regular season. the Gaels had downed Tech 35-23. Despite the title loss to St. Paul. the Gaels had con- sidered attending the lfastern Gatholic Invitation Tourney at Newport. ll. l., hut Howellis call to the colors and lfalteris attack of pneumonia squelched all such hopes. Instead. a Schoolhoy Gael quint. composed of varsity and jayvee luminaries and under the tutelage of Brother Malcolm. was entered in the lVliddle Atlantic tournament and took the title. St. l'aul's hig lnoys go alter one. with Gordon on the alert .... l ini Ward looks for a Towson relmonnd . . . Duffy gives with the spring in Towson tussle. though lmhoff looks relaxed . . . Duffy and Goodrich are dwarfed hy lVlcllonogh's Ray Hill. ,aryl-. 51-zlIv1I: IIl'0IIll'l' IIflllI1'0Illl. I.. Il0I1'Iwr. Il Ru l'QLl0 u SIAIINIIIIQLZ .I. Iimxv. .I. n3lIxl'l'. 'I'. I:0I'HlIl'Il. .I. 0 I onnu ' n Nm, in I ' W. ,Ianni-5. ,I. l'rauIo. JAYVEE . . . Lois of pronuse IIIIIUIIQIII the-y mm no VIILIIIIIDIOIISIIIPS nur lmusted aim' uulsIamIing sum-r. IIrulI1cfr NIilI1'UIIIl-S jayxm-1' IHISIQUIIPLIIIPIAS raismI llI1'llIy UI' Iluxum' IwI'ol'0 lIu'y Ii- nully Insl :III 1'I'0WII-WIIIIIIIIQI Impvs in IIN' 1-n11I'm-1'r'llm'P IlllilIt'. II:-Iying on slum-mI and ll IBVUIIIIIILIIIIIOU Illllll-IIUI'-Illllll mivlvnsv Im:-valllsv UI' lIu'ir Iu1'Ii of I10igIiI. IIIQ junior ,Izus Il1'W'I'IIIt'Il'S4 II02lSIl'lI an vnxiulmlr' 11-m'u1'4I oi' I3 triumphs and 2 sm-llwuvks xxIu'n IIN' SPZISOII-S wusli was Illlllgl out lu mIrv. I"l'usI1 I.uu IIe'i1'I1 If-II lIw svoring pu1'a11I1' wilIl IIO points us climinuliw guard Dim-Ii III-itz and svt-sllol alrlisl Ima IIvI1'I1m'r puIIn-1I up vlnsv In'I1imI with 93 and 'JO 1-mnnlvrs rvspvvliwly. Cllurlvy Mugrgin. ,lm-k Ski-Ily. .lim IIalIu'r. IIiII AIw1'II. 'I'um l1ol's1lm'Il. IIllllI . , , . .film-II. .Izlvk Ulmllllol' amd Iuly I.aufI1'l'. Ll group ol 4'I4'u'r pvl'Im'rm'l's. l'UllIlfIt'lI out IIN' Squad. Iilll Ill'l'l' s IIN' lalI1'. Starling uII' on III1' l'igI1l Ikmt. llw thu-ls UYt'I'l'illIII' LITTLE GAELS . . . lnclefahgalnle I'ouring Inlu amd UIII of QRIIIIUS likf- Ll Iilvrul Ivl1vIwl Ilfhlll I77 51.111 .ll Imrigaulv. IIN' lirvlvss I'msI1-Supl: c'umI1in0. 1lIl1Il'l' lun tht sl N 1 U IiI'0IIlt'l' Hzlrinis UIIIIIIISIUSIII' l1lh'Iug1'. wi swim' sort K 1 I N of murallllml mau'Ix as IIll'f pusl4'rI il won-Inst nmrk of , SIU-II in lIlvir II wzismlul IussIvs. I.:-aiding sr-m'r-rs IIIIIIIIIIII IIN 'Im MII II Im' IIN' me-1' Ivul xxily KIIIIIII we-l'n': I"ramx ITU. Iiallski 'III I I ' I' ' IOS. IIl'NFl'IIiIIll'I' I33, III-vIx ISU. I3rumIl. IZI. amd Ilul- I. min 1 o N 5I'iIIl'tIZ IIl'0IIl1'l' Nlnrio. XX. II:-1'Ix. .I. IIIIIIHILI. I". Iiramx. X. Iilllill. .I. Ile-ppi, NX. II4'rrl'lIlllll'l'. I.. NX nII:u'e'. Sluml- ing ,I. II1'I'IlIl'l'. I". IIFRIINII. ,I. UIn'igIu-il. NX . I'IlIl'I'. .I. NI4'IlgLl'IQ'. ,I. III1'Ii1'llzi4-. I.. XXIIIIRIIIIF, I". IIAIIIIQLAIII. ,I. Smith. ,I. IXiIIsIxI. IC. Ifox. t First row: R. Shimainek. T. Carolun. F. Fieli. E. Connelly. A. Ryan. J. Wolf. J. Roherts. Brother Rieardus. Second row: Mr. A. Anderson. H. Cole, G. Faulstieh. I.. Di Paula. J. Smith. Il. llutlon. B. Appel, L. Sleater. .l. Tarr, J. Velenovsky. THE WINNER . . . and Slill Cllanlpion An unhlemished reeord was turned in by the St. joe varsity sextet this winter as the Gaels not only walked ofl with the lVlaryland Seholastie title and the Harvard Cup, but also eopped the lion's share of the Suns All-Maryland iee team. Brother Ric-ardus' team Joe Smith takes ll gander at the eup awarded Lou Slealter for heing league's most valluahle player. 75" swept like a new hroom through their eight confer- enee elashes and Continued the trend through playotl' games with Poly and Calvert Hall. ln three seasons the Gaels have lost only one league contest-a 19-I3 game with Forest Park. From last yearis ehampions there returned goalie Ed Connelly, defenseman Joe Smith and front line men Lou Sleater, Frank Fiek and ,laek lloherts. To these Sports Centre veterans were added Jerry Faul- stieh, Len Di Paula and Don Dutton of the l9fl3 jay- vees and ,loe Tarr, Al Ryan, Ken Maskell and Tom Carolan. As the Purples lined up, three eapahle operatives patrolled behind the hlue linefimperturhahle tid Connelly, who spent his third year 'n the Cage de- termined not to salvage any ruhher in l1is netg Joe Smith, who hlossomed into an aee attaek man and al- ways was hard to mislead on the defenseg and ,lerry lfaulstieh, who was no sloueh himself. The first ol'- liensive line was Centered hy languid Jaek lloherts. with larruping l.ou Sleater and fighting Franny lfiek on the wings. St. Joe foes eould not relax with the seeond line in aetion either, for middleman Joe Tarr and terminal representatives Len lli Paula and Don Dutton proved highly eapahle at keeping the pressure on. And when- 74 Front linemen of undefeated title holders include Lou Sleater. left-handed ace vsingman and league's top scorer. ,lack Roherts. happy-go-lucky cenlerman. and fighting vsingman Franny Fick. ever goalie Connelly wanted to drop out for a coke, up would pop Al "Call Me Brimsekn Ryan to fend off the foe. Al opened the season by blanking Forest Park while his mates were piling up a new conference record of fourteen counters. Gael names dominated the list of leading scorers. Lou Sleater topped the league marksmen with fourteen goals and seven assists in the regular seasong Frank Fick followed with eight and five: Joe Smith, six and five: liolwerts. two and eight: Di Paula. five and four: Dutton. seven goals: Faulstich. three and oneg Tarr, one and one. Against Forest Park in the playofls Roberts fooled goalie Morganstern twice and Joe Smith repeated the trick to give a 3-l win. Roberts and Faulstich were credited with assists. ln the Calvert Hall hnale Sleater netted three. Fick one. and Smith one to give the Gaels a 5-0 victory. lioherts assisted twice. Sleater and Ficli once. The season commenced with a record ll--0 shellack- ing of Forest Park, continued with Loyola howing 1-l. Poly heing whipped 5-2. and Calvert Hall heing hlanlced 4-0. ln the second round the Gaels main- tained their strangle hold on first place hy trouncing the Foresters 7-l. overpowering Loyola 8-l, nipping Poly 5-2 and having a struggle of it with a stuhlrorn Calvert Hall team fl-3. The Jays also swept to their second leg on the Harvard Cup lvy edging Forest Park 3-l and Calvert Hall 5-0. The Sun's all-star hockey team had as goal Ed Connelly. who was hoxed only eleven times while his mates were lmlistering 5l goals themselves. Joe Smith and Lou Sleater also made the first squad. while ,lack liolverts and Frank Fick made the second. Wingman Len Di Paula would rather play hockey than eat . . . Hard hitting defensemen .lerry Faulstich and .loc Smith set up an impregnahle defense for goalie Ed Connelly. 75 I ni l,ou Sleatcr solos against Calvert Hall lor lirsl goal in Harvard Cup playoff . . . Franny Fin-k yu-tlgecl in among Forest Park protevtors as put-lx alitles clear . . . Goal in the olling as Ili l'anla I'l'1'l'lYt'N pass from Dutton . . . Franny lfiek :now-F :may none-halanlly as Goalie llrlorganslern mourns . . . ,lerry lfaulslit-h congratulates goalie Fill Connelly for staying: ,em off . . . llulton anal Tarr. speedy second lim-men. lace t'tllllt'l'1l. JAY EE . . . e ea! Champs lfollowing the xarsityls example. the Nlount St. Joseph junior varsity hot-key team pushed flown all opposition and rolled on to a repeat championship in lVlaryland Svholastir jayxee ive circles. The youngsters lined up with lrosh Ed lfurst in the nets. Bernie Appel anfl Clary Heisler on the defense and Tom Carolan. Frank Paul and Jim Wfolf as the forward wall. The spares ineluclecl .lavk Owens. ,laek Carolan. ,lim lVlt'Donough. Harry Cole. Don Hillary anal. he- lore his graduation in Fehruary. lfrank loran. The junior lays roared to the lront hy vhevk- mating: Loyola 3-0. Forest Park 3-I anrl Poly 6-l. Calvert Hall helfl for a sroreless draw. The seroncl time rouncl. the wee Pnrples mowed them all down to varry otl the title even he-fore the seasonis encl hy hlanking Forest Park 3-tl. Leading st-orers Bernie Appel and Tom Carolan tallied one eavh against the Greenies and Frank Paul aclclerl another. To 1-lose the 1-ampaigrn. the jayvee g2.lIlgf'Cl up on Poly 7-fl to imitate the liigxh-seoringz varsity. When llecls llntton of the Senior squad twistecl his ankle on the clay of the Harvartl Cup hnale against Calvert Hall. Tom Carolan of the .iayyees lilletl up thf lrreevh most vreflitahly. Firht ron: Brother Kiearfllls. Fi. lfurwt. ll. llillary. Il. Cole. T. tfarolan. ,l. lllrllonougzll. Mr. X. iklItlt'I'h0tl Fevoml ron: .l. tiarolan. .l. lla:-ng. I". Doyle. l". Paul li. Re-irler. .l. Vllrlli. J. Owens. t KEGLER ht. ,lo1-'s varsity kc-gI1'rs woun1I up thvir sea- son in I"1'I1ruury with the I3 IPEIIII in fifth Slot lll th1- t'0lIIst'l't'lll't' ru1'1' with u 20-I3 l'f'l'0l'fI. AE Iinish1'1I 1'igIIltIl with II-19. Fritz. Murphy und I.1-pp1'rt SIlilI'Iit'tI the Bis to their first divi- :ion Imcrth. I'IIl'hI row: T. Healy. I'. Ii:lrtvI. .I. Jvnlxins. II. Hop- kins. .I. IxII't:llIl'Q'. ,I. Russo. St'l'0lltI row: XV. IIalt1'I1er- -on. In. I.t'pIN'I'I. I.. Fritz. J. Flunnigun. .I. Murrhy. I F. MiII1'l'. W. I.A'1'1'Il. FROSH INTRAMURALS Cliinuxing hw wvvks of intvnsivo pluv. IIN' IPI!-It'ZlIll Irosh Imaskctluill ICHQIIII' 1'Ios1'1I CIl'LlIllilIIt'- ally with ar rv1I hot play-ofI Iwtween I-I3 and I-II. Lonnng Ironi IIPIIIIICI. the I'.agI1lS nippvd tI11- Ii1'1's 25-22 to snare the inlrannurul vagze l'I'0M'II. I31-hin1I thc-in II'LlIIl'lI thc cII'CllZltIIPl'S. Cuttvrs. A1-1-S. H1111 ks. IIUtIQt'I'S. ,IuvS. Uraftvs. I'IilIt'tlllS. HIIII f.ill'l'YlIlfI th1- It'llfI on lo thu 1iiannon1I in thr- Sllltlllgf. th1' I2ltIS XXVIII at it in hard illlfI softhuil. IA'illIIlIg II1'1' RIINI E:lgIv valgvrs. Ifirst row: ,I. Fitz- ,,.. g.tI.lIlI. .I. IILIIIIQILIII. II. PIAIZZZI. II. ll ' ' ilI. XY. 'IIllI'lll'l'. Vt. IIt'SSQ'llillll'l'. St'1'0lI1I row: J. IIIIINII. L. IjI'I1't'. I'. I"Iynn. II. lIOIIt'Ilk'l'. W. I,t'1Il'0l1I. E. EI1'Ill'IIlt'l'fLl'l'. 'I'hir1I row: I". IIIWIINII. Wi. tIIliIl'Il0Ilt'Zlll. I". Franz. .I. En-or. wi. IIt't'Ii. .I. lfI0:ll'y. 'I Iourlh row: U. Brown. fl. Kuhn. -K. SIIilllhIxI5. XY. I'al-Ixf-rt. Il. lirogun. H. II 0Il4'llIlt'l'fU'I'. 'IIII1' Iro-h -pe-nt IIIFRIHIIII -pring ilfIl"l'Il0llll5 on III1' -oIlImII or Ilalr1IInuII IIIAIIIIUIIIIS. II1-1'an1s1- IIlt'll4 svuson 1Ii1In't Sturt untiI th1' H 'U' pr1'ss1' I11 1nloioII II ,.a A . 111 pivture oppositv has to s1-ru' to syniholmf ilu- tcnnists. IIlt'IlIfIf"CI arv ,Iohn Ht'Illtt iI'IohI1'r. I'rixul1- John IIow1JII. A.A.I7.. and I.IllZ ol lust years tvann. An unknown QIIIIIIIIIY. Ih1' t'llllI'IIlIl'Il t'0ill'Ill'tI In' IiI'0IIll'I' MHI- 1ohn. tum' un night lIlllIt'II S1-I11'1IuI1f. The tmnn will In St'It't'It'tI as ilu- l't'SllII of l'0tll 11-'titiw tour- I ll2tllIt'llIN Il1'I1I 111-1'IiIx on th1 NIIIHII 1 , 1 'ourts. The .,, .4953 . Mr Q ' gf gvw 4 gt X i . 'sw R ,v . tirie fi Q xt 'Sea in-s "" 1 qu '- if 111 aflR" "' Q XY! 1 Ns PM W5 "" ' " ' 'i'L f L -- ymj,s.2ft2l'i!Q5 it'21lQle' TRACK and FIELD 'ttwifg twligytyafl yilff-P! 'Neath scudding clouds the dashmen poise for the spring .... hurdlers Tom Palm and Tom McDonough lift their heels .... Varsity trackmen included in first row: Mr. Jolm Plevyak. F. Brandt. R. Jendrek. J. 0'Donnell. ll. Williams. J. Conway. T. Palm, J. Testudine. C. McQuny. Brother Rirardus. Sem-ond row: W. Ryan. E. Connelly. H. Eick. ll. Drumler. J, Comeau. T. lkeler. B. Taresco. J. Yaeger. P. Culotta. S. Morris. Third row: J. Mcllonogh. J. llully. J. Doyle. C. Murphy. B. Appel. L. Merson. T. McDonogh. R. 0'Donog,hue. L. Delcher. J. Roherts. Fourth row: E. Kramer. R. Falter. W. Welsch. J. Gallagher. D. Theharge. J. Buettner. J. Owens .... Jayvee traekmen in first row: R. Wtmlie. C. Biedronski. A. Barron. T. Klein. L. Martin. T. Hannon. J. Brunner. A. Gannon. J. Kalski. J. Lynch. Second row: A. Olert, J. Williainis. R. Doerfler. R. Wolfe. R. Ryans. W. Krastell. G. Parrata. J. Fino. D. Heinle. Third row: W. Schwarz. F. Talbott. F. Baker. P. Crowe.J. Conway. W. Long. J. DeSort. A. Adams. R. Brown. S. Krizan. Fourth row: W. Gilbert. C. Smyth, G. Brown, G. Scully. G. Service. J. Wieman. B. Kroeger. J. Petersam . . . distance runners Williams. Comeau. Merson round a turn . . . Javk Owens hroadjumps. Out of the eighty candidates for varsity and jayvee track herths. Brother Ricardus and his fellow mentors, Mr. Anderson and Mr. Plevyak are seeking to mold another squad that will fit into the St. Joe tradition of good Cinder teams. The absence of stellar veteran talent makes the pos- sibilities hard to judge. hut several point winners in the last jzlyvee state meet should make worthwhile contributions to the teams success. Four home meets with City. Forest Park, Poly, and Patterson are on the varsity schedule with oceasional jaunts to such events as the Penn Relays. Villanova and Central of W3SlllHgtOIl meets, with the climax. the Maryland Scholasties. coming late in May. Standouts of the thinclads seem to he Appel. Murphy and lVlerson in the quarterg Comeau and Donovan in the halfg Williaiii and Buchanan in the mileg Palm and McDonough in the hurdlesg Thebarge, Conway. Owens, McQuay, Russo and Gallagher in the dashes: Duffy. Falter and Adams in the pole vaultg Forsythe in the high jumpg Taresco, Bittner. Fpple and Jendrek in the weights. 78 R0 THE BASES Hail the ehamps! St. Joeis diamond at-es lixed up to expeetations. Led by the eity's best trio of' twirlers. speedy Tony Lipton. deceptive Lou Sleater. and fire-baller Gil Goldbeek. the Jays waltzed to prixate sehool and Catholie titles without a loss. Gilman. Mt-Donogh and Loyola ft-ll twiee. Calvert Hall onee in eonferenee tests. Non-league vietims in- eluded Poly twice. City, Forest Park. Patterson and powerful pro-studded Curtis Bay Coast Guard 'l'rain- ing Station. This latter xietory. an amazing upset, was easily one of the high spots of the season. The Sailors re- versed the decision in a return game wliieh broke the Gaels' I3-game string. The Navy Plebes though outf llit also took one. 5-3. Sharing the spotlight with the brilliant mound staff was a sterling infield: shifty Joe Smith. flashy Tom Lind. spunky Tom Pierpont. flawless George lfiken- berg. ball-hawk Harvey Hopping. sure-fire llay Hare. and baekstops. ehunky Jaek Goodrieh and rampaging Frank Vittek. The outer pastures were patrolled by John Amer. Jim Batterden and Paul Gordon. A gallant quality of Brother Yineentis Gaels was the ability to come from behind. Trailing 7-1 in the hrst McDonagh fray. for example, the Jays slugged in 11 runs in the sixth to overeome the Cadets I2-7. Sunday baseball in idyllie setting . . . to veteran hurlers Batterden and Lipton, Lou Sleater added a potent left arm. . . . Varsity team, first row: Brother Yinr-ent. J. Amer. G. Golbeek. F. Vittek. A. Lipton. J. Goodrieh. Set-ond row: G. Eikenberg. T. Pierpont. T. Lind. R. Hare. P. Gordon. J. Batterden. H. Hopping. Third rom: G. liernier. J. Smith. J. Trageser. L. Sleater. J. Meushan .... ' 'j iv-.fi JAY EE . . . ive limes clnamps Conlierem-e ehannps for the past four years. Caharcline. Pete Toniassi. John lleppi. und lfraiik llrollic-r fll'UI'gf'AS jayxee nine shons no inclination Healy, and outfielclers are Joe l'I'alil0. .101lll H4'l'lH'l'l to relinquish its vroun. The squad of sixteen. fam-es and Bill Nicholson. N10llllClflllt'Il inelucle George at lrnm'nte11 svlieclulc- of live league tests and ziclcli- lVl1'l7Ce. Jinl Ultxnan. and Bill Keogh. with Cliurlic tional haillles with other loes. The 1'1aSsy inlielfl Nlaggio anflCo1einun Oulloole as ren'eixers. has Vie St. Marlin. Frank Forcl. John Poole. Gene 13.5. The lmoys took the 1911 title. loo. , V 53 ii THE UNTIES . . . on llle way up The Mollntics. Brother Man'io's lrofh-aopll nine. haul ll. B1lllt'l'. J. Colhnrn. NY. E111-r. 1.. Vtiailluce. ll. Sylvester onw mighty lHlSy afternoons Qloun on the loner Clin- E. Toner. J. NX'eiss. Thirtl row: M. Zlwmsslxi. I.. Cunning.:- Illiblllli. Monnly 1'1lllllllltlll'h im-lncle-fl in the lirft row: J. hum. J. tlillllllil. ll. Home-rs. J. lleffner. R. k2ll'NSilt'lil. J Quintana. M. Qlllllllilllll. J. Bernier. J. Kirelnier. J. ljlxlfll- Fitzgerald. H. lihl. E. Siliilllll. ll. I,0ll0I'NNt'il'll. lfonrlh lionia. J. Troy. J. lul'llill'l1lfv'. E. Fox. l.. Kllpler. J. Prager. ron: R. Fivk. F. Collins. C. Owens. ll. llilfllllill. .ll Hlwllle. R. Reilz. S1'l'lIllll ron: J. Trznivwo, J. Cleary. T. Einstein. J. Gunner. G. Dreiwll. l". Aquino. 80 CJ 1 1115111 0 111 1 u 1 r lQ.,14l 111111 N11 111 S1-1 111 1 11 1 N1 11111111 1 111111111 1 111111111 '1'11l1 1 11 11 1 91 171111 1 lll N1 1111 1 LACROSSE . . . makes 115 bow Ill 1 10 N 1 - 1111 11111911 1-111111 11111111 1 W111111-1 111111 11111111 1. tll 111111 In IX 111 1lN1 N1 ll s 111111111111 l"f'l' ""' 1 11 1l1fN 11111111 11111.11 . 1 N 7 111 11111111 111111111 12 xx., 'f ia " ! QA 1 1 Kill y i 1 ll Li I mf mf' We, -rumv N' Awnnurn ' -row "' ouvsuuowc ITNLUC scuotnk 1 c 'Am' UIVLEMII 'QW Q P - Q ,, nv. gnvnnr J fltllvllli ' '31 jw r 'I 'noone Enncmm fu lux J COND nuuntnw rnunow mucus nnvnwvl N ou rnucrn w au Lt SHO LD OLD ACQUAINTAN 'liliv fave-s ul' lln' om- lllUllSilllil stuflvnts who rulrlwil vllmws. wfwkvil. sluiliml anal played l0QIt'lllGl' ami iw :lt-lilmly pivtiirvml in tlwst- pages wlis-re tlwy will stay tlirmiglmiit ilu- yvars tu rmnv as aids to the lillllllgl lll1'lIl0l'Y Wllt'Il l'l'lllllllSt't'IIt'f' Hi! S4'll00l ClilyS IIILIIQPS llF voting again uniting our Immun t'0IIlp8lll0llS. Our dQ'?tl4 ol' valor. our li0I'txlISlt' ullcl tl1c'at1'i1'ul uvllicwllwlits. Ulll' l'l'Lllf'l'llLll 4ll'QQLlllllilllllllQ itlttl Olll' lCill'lll'l'S"'Llll lll't' Us-oi'gv lll'I'lllilll put: on "Der lfllt-l1rvr'r Flll'l',- . . . l"raunp- I lun pusllvw two vulvvs tlmul . . . Vvullwr has lli- cigarette -'Q lit for him during Loup Ye-nr . . . The gym nur nn plum- S for lligll lmlnotl lH'0SSlll't' xslwn llw Rell Cross Bllt'1lIllpCd LS!! tln-rv .... at rare' lrut lIlt'lll0l'1llllt' views is llw Villllllllh row-re-tl with snow .... -Xml to its llillf trualgm-tl our little in-iglllmrs pulling alt-df .... Xml many an llt'ill'lf snow lrattlle took plum- . . . ln large pit'llIl't'. gnrlwrl lilw tlwir Lllll't'Sl0I'P in l8'Pll nllnums. pow sonic' of our WH llu-spiain-. 1 1 Mr. mg-r ! W A A, ,Mi 1 JV H. W wg 5 3 1 3. R. Pizza. 5t?1'0llll rms: NN. 3ll'llIllllQ'I'. J. zu-wmln. J Dickerson. N. Rf-isnr-r. Third rom: I.. Gross. ll. Kinlvin J. Vvllilv. ll. M4'Nirlml. Top ron: T. 'Vi1'Hil0l'i1vy. l'. llrvvii F. .i0t'aui. J. KI'2llllFl'. M. iilbllllibiij. UNE I FEBRUARY with nu sign uf lin' i'lllIi'ill'4'. lin- pmnp or lin' splvn . . yy. -, , -...,.f. . N. -S. . was rnoving in its Sillllliilily. 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H1'LHilll2lNiQ'l'I il Slllllii rnnml lzllnll' iwlri tin' mliplonlasz lilling lin' illlliiltllilllil parvnls. frivmls und xsz'll-xxislxvls haul niivwi fvvlings in llw pil lin- m'1'lwsll'u vxuilml. inning iliH'ilCiy playmi llllillllllllllll llll' l' V llu' ruullm- lllillll'l'N ul' fluml llllm l'XIgI!'Il1'I1'S ul this mu' yvur ol' qlf-vis' . . ,rim uc-11' llw nur llgIlH't'4 ul llu- Ql'lI'l ul tlu mu lmlllz' lussw ' vm-l lu-gun: ll.ll1l4I.llll0 ulrm Mid-lm-rm gl'ilIllliIlf'S are svrvnaulefl by ilu' glee 1-lulr. Presilling on sluge' urn- Brotlwr llvrlin. I'l1Illll"I' wlilllvl' Mivlxle. C.l'.. unfl llrnlller 0:-mulll. 'lllw lmll Slllhslllvll into vxlwrtaull SllPllt't' us ,luv l'1illllilSll1' ave-l'v lllz- llanls: l'vl'LlIlli Slllillfil. pvrux Karl wullu-ml In lln' lllivmpllulw. "This is my own. my lvlnmlvs. llm-an-1' uml Skunk Clulvs. Muirzy llllllli l x mlliu' lumlu Villllt' um'xp1'4'l1'1lly llrmn nhl- lilllil spvul-101' lI'ilVilQIillll su-rv lllf' lI'l'llflS. ullll jllvvllilv flu-llllqllvlu x in lln- l'1'2ll'l uml tllc' Silllllillllflilll puicl lrilrulv lu llw rampant. an vlf-1-lim: in ilu-ulling1.uml wmnvn in mu Allll'l'lK'illl l"re-mlmn. l"ull14-r Mil-klv. inlrmlm'1-rl by ulls. llul all in all u yn-zu' lu lw l'l'lll1'llIlN'l't'll. lll'0llH'l' Usuzllll. spnlu' on lfullwliv l'lilll1'llllUll. uml ,lm- llivlwrsnm. Xllll'tllK'l0l'lilll. Hll lfllrisliun Al'll0ll. rlllll'll. wspqumlillg In lll'0lllt'l' lg0I'llIl.S l'k'illllllgI ul' llli' mum-s. lllv gl'ilillIlll1'S su-ppl-fl llUl'Will'll lo l't'l'l'lXf' Illvir ilil - mas lmm l'll'0llll'l' Uswulll ' 'sc' luvllly-lolll'. smm to lrzulv lmulxs lm' lmmlus. llu' srlmlzlslim' yl'ill' wus mvr. .flllvzltly lllall yvur llzul lwvn lllu' no Ullll'I' in lllf' 1-mnylfxilx of it- llutllrv. li . ' .' up:-ll uml 1-ulmwl luv th.- X, illllilSlli' uncl llw Qfllll. us nf-ll as ' . s' -1 aml. ll0Xllf'IIl4ll il xx as x ' ' nw pun-alll-I lo ilu . .K ' f yl'lll'l 1. illllllllllllllll lo lfillllllll wilh imaging nut uly lllllslc-11-ll into llll' army. J. Hmwll anal M. linmmlly lmu- il :ll lalsl S5 A ' , 'S Q as BATTERDEN GORDON EVELIUS SMITH ANIER GUILLOTT YELENOVSKY WAGNER ' JAMES li. l3ATTlfRDlCN . . . St. John Evangelist ' JOSEPH N. SMITH . . . St. Wenceslaus . . . Boots . . . Batts . . . senior class president . . . blond Demos- . . . corresponding secretary of senior class . . . senior thenes with medals for public speaking . . . All-Mary- committee . . . great athlete . . . nothing got by him land and All-Catholic end in football . . . southpaw in the soccer goal, on the ice defense. or on the initial hurler . . . senior committee and yearbook staff . . . sack . . . PD specialist . . . All-Bohemian Sequoian. shorthand genius. . . popular. ' JOSEPH F. VELENOVSKY . . . St. Vifenceslaus ' PAUL C. GORDON . . . St. Maryis of Covans . . . . . . Joe Wilsori . . . Mount Tower managing editor first vice-president . . . senior connnittee . . . yearbook staff . . . All-lVIaryland basketball forward . . . varsity soccer fullback . . . varsity baseball . . . honor student . . . poker-faced . . . edited Boarders' Gazette . . . voted most gentle-manly. ' JOHN lf. AMER . . . St. Markis . . . Long John . . . second vice-president . . . senior committee business manager . . . Quill sports ed . . . varsity ballplayer de luxe . . . on the soccer Champs . . . roots for Catons- ville . . . English. Kentucky, lemon pie, and Notre Dame. ' JOHN W. GUILLOTT . . . St. Ambrose . . . Jack . . . big fullback . . . won watch at football dance . . . midget to jayvee to two year varsity term . . . jayvee and varsity basketball . . . senior committee and class treasurer . . . Beaver . . . Air Corps cadet . . . genial absentee collector. ' JOHN C. EVELIUS . . . St. lVlary's of Covans . . . Giggles . . . RA two years and recording secretary . . . senior executive committee . . . delmater and orator . . . midget and jayvee football . . . All-Star, jayvee, and varsity baseball . . . midget and jayvee basketball. C ass of 1944 . . . co-chairman senior committee . . . hockey manager for three years . . . All-Bohemian . . . "Me, Smith. Shimanek and Cavanaglf' . . . gravy boy de luxe . . . Sequoian . . . never at a loss. ' BERNARD F. WAGNER . . . St. Patriclfs . . . B.F. . . . RA . . . the boy with the voice . . . elocutionist and orator with medals . . . Quill eo-boss . . . yearbook sportis ed . . . News-Post sports cub . . . math whiz . . . reader . . . tennist. ' JOHN H. ABELL . . . Holy Cross . . . John . . . basketball enthusiast . . . dynamo cub as frosh and soph . . . smooth in his choices . . . bookkeeping . . . chocolate cake . . . Betty Grable . . . likes the Navy football teams but favors the Marines as a fighting branch. ' PETER W. BARTEL . . . Little Flower . . . Pete . . . RA man . . . team howling . . . jayvee soccer . . . debater as soph . . . associate of Kerr and Russo . . . good draftsman . . . hamburger fancier . . . Cub .. baseball . . . favors the navy. l F fi ' FRANCIS J. BICINTS . . . St. Anthony . . . Frank . . . RA man . . . Cub football . . . pigeon fancier who enjoys engineering, drawing, and ice hockey . . . ' WILLIAM R. BUCHANAN . . . Blessed S2lcl'Hltll'llI late only once in four year span . . . a cheerful Gael . . . Buck . . . president of Legion of Decency . . . . . . big thrill was the Downey broadcast. track squad stalwart . . . poppy, talkative, a good ' CHARLES A. BOCEK . . . St. Wenceslaus . . . Bud sport . . . RA for three years . . . "Hennessey and . . . varsity swimmer . . . history fan . . . one of the Buchananii . . . at all the social functions . . . a Govans Bohemian delegation . . . chemistry gives him thrills boy. . . . "Have you seen Bernie?" . . . partial to the navy, ' HENRY J. BUETTNER . . . St. Edwardis . . . Dutch Charles Dickens. spaghetti. French. and Tommy Dor- . . . RA . . . stamp collector . . . swing addict . . . 595' l'f'l'0l'ClS- awaits call from Army Air Corps . . . air raid warden ' JAMES E. BOWEN . . . St. Cregory's . . . Jim . . . . . . Sports Centre habitue . . . keeps 'em laughing . . . multiple activities . . . RA four years . . . Quill editor enjoys swimming . . . a traveler. and two year veteran on yearbrook as well . . . debater ' JOHN F. BUTTERHOFF . . . St. Elizabeth . . and orator as frosh . . . connnitteeman . . . New York Butts . . . four year band man as ace drummer . . . Convention . . . photographer . . . dabbles in the two years in RA . . . shorthand fiend . . . biggest thrill graphic arts too. in school was band trip to Richmond . . . softball ' RICHARD G. BRADYHOUSE . . . St. Edwardls captain . . . wearing navy blue since February. . . . Dick . . . senior committeeman . . . lacrosse squad ' JOSEPH G. CARUSO . . . Sacred Heart . . . Curly . . . Cub football . . . Westgate glamour boy . . . lab . . . big fullback on championship soccer squad . . . wizard in chemistry . . . "My father's Plymouthw . . . freshman elocution contest . . . art instruction at the bashful . . . likes Sammy Baugh, Harry James . . . Boys, Club . . . RA as frosh . . . Mount Tower staff leans toward Naval Air Corps. artist . . . smile big and jokes corny. ABELL BARTEL BENTS BOCEK BOWEN ZRADYHOUSE BUCHANAN BUETTNER BUTTERHOFF CARUSO sat CAYANAUGH CONNELLY CONNER CONNOLLY CONNOR CROWNOVER CRYER CURRAN DEE IJEMBEK Ix ' BERNARD F. CAVANAUGH . . . St. Elizabetlfs ' WALTER A. CONINOR . . . St. Marks . . . Walt . . . Bernie . . . year book class editor . . . basketball . . . a tall pleasant Cael from East Baltimore who likes steak smothered in 'onions . . . Catholic Social Club . . . Sequoian . . . never late for second period . . . "Bohemians and me." ' EDWARD T. CUNWELLY . . . St. ,Iohn Evangelist . . . Ilardrock . . . three years in the varsity hockey cage . . . a like period as varsity guard on the grid . . . pole vaulter in the spring . . . glee club . . . favorite author is Deacon Dumler . . . dependable in the pinches. ' MICHAEL .I. CONNOLLY . . . St. Peteris . . . Mike . . . big. lumbering tackle who teamed up with lid for the extra points . . . February grad . . . puz- zled and good natured . . . All State . . . baseball in Sunday league . . . iron man. ' DAVID S. CUNNER . . . St. Mary's . . . Dave . . lmndsman . . . wears Air Corps Reserve wings . . . agreeable . . . chemist . . . the lad from the I'I7ort" . . . worries over trig . . . thinks well of everyone . . . a Sherlock Holmes fan with a contagious. quiet smile. . . . rotund member of a long line of St. ,Ioe Connors . . . Catonsville product . . . lacrosse player . . . can- teen Iawyer club . . . equestrian . . . a place on honor roll would be biggest thrill . . . bowls in the If'I0's. he says. ' WILLIAM P. CROWNOVER . . . St. Joseph Mon- astery . . . Butch . . . radio whiz and no stout-h in chemistry either . . . lives within a lmoulderis throw of the Mount . . . likes ,laines Hilton. ,Iimmy Dorsey . . . basketball and Notre Dame . . . and graduation. ' THOMAS L. CRYER . . . St. Joseph Monastery . . . Boots . . . earnest . . . hard working . . . hopes to be Air Corps ace . . . takes to Catonsville High lassies . . . big black DeSoto . . . "Oh them chemistry testsli' . . grocery boy . . . senior committeeman. ' THOMAS J. CURRAIN . . . Little Flower . . . Tom . . . pride of the boarders . . . Meatball end after jayvee football experience . . . can pull a joke out of thin air . . . classy dancer and dresser . . . politician . . . Kappa Chi . . . eager P.D. whiz. ' WILLIAM J. DEE . . . Blessed Sacrament . . . Skin . . . varsity swimming . . . jayvee basketball as soph and junior . . . happy . . . wants to be a doctor . . . follows Loyola College and Coast Guard basketball . . . 'tMy big thrill will be graduation." ' BERNARD .I. DEMBECK . . . St. Casimir . . . Bernie . . . varsity football manager in '12 and I-I3 . . . RA for two years . . . loyal . . . favors typing. roast ham, and Fred Waring . . . the man with the keys . . . remembers uthat Calvert Irlall game." ' IlUllX U. lll'fNKl'ill . . . C11l1111s1ill1' High . . . John lill'QIt' l1l11l11l lucl l'l'0lll Ihr' l'llllllll'y Nllll IJtll'SlltxS ll0Sl-gIl'Lltlllillt' 1'11111'S11s . . . at lvlillflillltl Nlllllllf' M1111 . . . lmpvs to 1-tiuimgv i11l11 Nlilfilll' llllilitlflll . . . I3111' Sftllll lt'lItlUl' . . . has 11-11 lim' Vlllllllillg ll'llil trvvs. ' 'l'll0M:X5 ll. lJON0lll li . . . St. NIz1rti11's . . . 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N111 1-allvd i11 Illill-flllll' . . . llllsliy s111'1'vl' Hank . . . takes lltllllf' llw books . . . pvt lJt't'X'0 is girls l'o1'11'z1r1l . . . l1z1111lk1'1'1'l1ivf to hold dowii S1211 1' 1111-ks I I I Ulf-ml Millpr I I I mmig 11, IN- 3 1-l1imp,-m-1,,,- I I I . . . nl' thv Hig:l1la111Clt1111'11 s111'1'P1' clan . . . up l'r11111 the miws I.mml.y hi,-41, I I I lm, ,Hu-S tmvk I I I I.i,iliIm I'ilIlliS Wllll l.ilIZ . . . gltltbfl llilllIl'Pll. defense IIIHSSQ-'llgvl' I I I the A1'm1'I IIENKER DICKERSON DONOHUE IJORSEY DUN l1l'i IRANKIEWICZ DRESCHLER IJUMLER EDWARDS RICK .w?'Zmnp,Nmg EARNEST FABULA FAULSTICH FENTON FIORI FITZPATRICK FLANNIGAN FORSYTHE FRANKLIN FRIT7 ' LAWRENCE A. EARNEST . . . Our Lady of Good Counsel . . . Steamboat . . . natator of note . . . joke- ster . . . 'gDo you want to go down to Brownlsfw . . . a crew cut Casanova . . . thinks well of the school . . . likes Ray Kinneyls orchestra . . . Army Air Corps hopeful. ' JOHN B. FABULA . . . St. Rose of Lima . . . Eabs . . . came to the city from Glen Bernie . . . played baseball with Brooklyn AA . . . favors swimming as sport, Jack London as author, bananas as food . . . good with the books. ' GERALD J. FAULSTICH . . . St. Anthony . . . Jerry . . . four years in RA . . . midget, jayvec, and varsity football . . . jayvee and varsity hockey . . . all-stars baseball . . . one of the Columbian Squires . . . biggest thrill was first football game . . . likes Lowell. ' MICHAEL J. FENTON . . . New River, North Carolina . . . Mike . . . Groomed in the Marine tradi- tion . . . saw Ike off to the wars . . . football en- thusiast . . . two years on varsity . . . affiliated with Roardersl Football Dance, Meatballs, and Gazette . . . gentleman . . . off to California. ' JOHN F. FIORI . . . St. Leois . . . John . . . dash man on track team . . . St. Leo's Social Club . . . likes Endicott, N. Y .... got biggest thrill out of ,42 tie with City . . . quiet and thorough . . . listens to records as hobby. ' VINCENT D. FITZPATRICK . , . St. Joseph Mon- astery . . . Fitz . . . great big hunk olman . . . 6 feet 5 . . . powerful trumpeter . . . RA for two years . . . dcbater and orator . . . two years glee club . . . bowler . . . collects catalogues . . . thrilled at becoming senior . . . likes tennis. ' JOHN M. FLANNIGAN . . . St. Mark's . . . Flat- bush . . . big football tackle as midget, jayvee, and varsity . . . bowler in fourth year . . . sidekick of Dick Haynes . . . ready for the Air Corps . . . shoe string man . . . humorist. ' THOMAS C. FORSYTHE . . . Sykesville . . . Tommy . . . front line man in soccer for two years . . . varsity track . . . "Country', . . . rural lad who loves to raise pigs . . . and hates to get up in morn- ing . . . reads Milton and hitchhikes to school. ' CARLOS A. FRANKLIN . . . Caracas, Venezuela . . . Carlitos . . . seven years at St. Joe . . . favors Shakespeare as author, but Spanish dishes and dances . . . rurnba and Conga expert . . . collects stamps as hobby . . . American history scholar . . . a good neighbor. ' LOUIS A. FRITZ . . . Little Flower . . . Lou . . . bowling standby for 3 years . . . loves English and chemistry . . . early, modest, dependable . . . student . . . likes to read on current topics . . . swell dancer and dresser . . . hopes to enter Johns Hopkins. ' JOHN B. FUCHS . . . St. Elizabetlfs . . . Bernie . . . senior committee . . . yearbook class ed . . . class softball . . . RA as frosh . . . Velenovsky-Fuchs combo . . . Lncle Sam tapped him at midyear . . Air Corps in his blood . . . scholar. ' ICDXVIN C. GIRBONS . . . St. Dominic's . . . Eddie . . . Senior Committee . . . jayvee hockey last year . . . "What do you know?" . . . Guy Lombardo . . . Betty Crable . . . that serious look . . . RA 3 years . . . Cub football 2 years . . . jayvee track. ' GEORGE J. CONCIC . . . Blessed Sacrament . . . Gump . . . RA man . . . Blessed Sacrament Social ' JOSEPH L. CROSS . . . St. Dominic's . . . Clam- Club prexy . . . Refs flivver . . . Cahill fiend . . . bake . . . Determined to stay solid . . . played base- Arundel starsoda jerk . . . quoth Bro. Valery. utall, ball and football . . . Army Air Corps . . . Stan Ken- rusty. and handsome-' . . . psychology student . . . ton . . . February graduate . . . glee club . . . RA Harry James . . . "Did you pass?,' . . . likes to talk about music and latest doings. ' IRVIN A. GOODRICH . . . Holy Cross . . . Hands . . February graduate and into Air Corps . . . big ' RAYMOND W. HARE . . . St. Ambrose . . . Ray . . . football, baseball, and basketball as frosh . . . grin . . . perennial mana'ger when not playing basket- scholar with a place on honor roll . . . biggest school ball or baseball with jayvee . . . committeeman . . . thrill was senior prom . . . neat dresser . . . soft spoken good at the books . . . humorist . . . boosts his brother. . . . likes history, baseball, Harry James. ' JOHN A. COODRICH . . . Holy Cross . . . Hungry . . solid chunk of dynamite . . . standout guard in ' JOHN B. HARMON . . . St. Markis . . . Reds . . Latin and French whiz . . . modest. dependable . . jayvee and varsity football . . . baseball and basket- Catonsville Casanova . . . great lover of flowers . . . ball for beth layvee and Varsity ' ' ' football ' ' ' Denker's guiding light . . . loves to memorize long plenty of fight . . . good student . . . Irv beat him to poems i I ' daily visitor to Chapel with Fritz . u I Stu, the Wars' dent . . . going to Loyola College. ' PAUL V. GREEN . . . Washington, D. C .... ' WILLIAM W. HATCHERSON . . . St. lVIartin's . . . Cisco Kid . . . came from St. Johns as a junior . . . Hatch . . . ace swimmer . . . teamed with Dailey and Kappa Chi . . . collector of ancient weapons . . . tall, Lang to take Maryland Scholastic medley for year's handsome boy . . . smoking room orator . . . radio greatest thrill in 742 . . . February grad and Navy whiz . . . enlisted in Air Corps Reserve. bound . . . dancer . . . good-natured . . . chem whip. FUCHS GIBBONS GONCE GOODRICH GOODRICH GREEN GROSS HARE HARMON HATCHERSON sac I-IAYNES HENNESSEY HERPEL HILD HINTENACH HOPKINS HOWELI. HUBBARD HULSEBOSCH IKELER ' RICHARD C. HAYNES . . . St. Mark's . . . Dick ' LAWRENCE J. HINTENACH . . . St. Paulis . . . . . . Off to the Marines . . . left Elannigan behind . . . Hinky . . . debater and orator in first year . . . played football with midgets, jayvee, and varsity . . . trouble football for Pioneers . . . favorite sport is softball . . . with English . . . good-hearted . . . Catonsville booster electric trains for bobby . . . likes drafting : . . waits . . . blond adonis . . . remembers the Catonsville fire. for 3:15 . . . enjoyed 'gAlice in Wonderland." ' THOMAS L. HENESSEY . . . St. Williams . . . ' PAUL A. HOPKINS . . . St. Bernardine's . . . Wreck . . . Peroxide top from Loyola . . . other half Harry . . . business English course . . . expert kegler of Buchanan combination . . . '4Buckwheat, where's on the bowling team . . . 6'Boy. am I tired!" . . . peach my P.D.'?,' . . . member of debate winners as junior of a smile . . . loves the 3:15 bell, Jack London, . . . dungarees and ties . . . multitude of friends . . . turkey, typing, and Greer Garson. terpsichorean. ' JOHN I7. HOWELL . . . St. Joseph Monastery . . . ' EDWARD P. HERPEL . . . St. Dominics . . . Ed Long John . . . blossomed into first rate athlete . . . . . scientific . . . chemistry and physics his favorites tennis, basketball. and football varsity standout . . . . . . already in Air Corus Reserve . . . hopes to become All-Maryland mention as end . . . came up the hard an ace . . . but will settle for command of a company way . . . maroon Chevrolet . . . to join his brothers in of WACS . . . chess fiend. Army. ' GEORGE M. HILD . . . St. Dominic's . . . Bud . . . ' GEORGE A. HUBBARD . . . St- M3l'ki5 - - - soft-hearted . . . gas stamp collector . . . still trying to Buddy . . . jayvee soccer . . . frosh league baseball pass all the subjects . . . eats anything he can get his - - . mad SCiCI1iiSI - - - Hit' raid ITICSSCIIQPI' - - - liI1kCl'S hands on . . . Spike Jones follower . . . swell fellow with radios . . . a quiet type on week days . . . de- to have around. S lights in Brussels sprouts . . . Jack London and T. w Dorsey. Q b X ' PETER C. HULSEBOSCH . . . Colon, Republic of 0,0 Panama . . . Pete . . . Kappa Chi . . . midget and jay- vee football . . . varsity track . . . Boarder Meatballs . . . can swing from tree to tree . . . remembers the i942 City tie . . . the democracy class . . . Canal Zone booster. ' THOMAS S. IKELER . . . New York, N. Y. . . . HZOZ 1Peroxidel . . . Linton Hall major . . . favors frigid weather and hockey . . . a trumpeter whose hobby is collecting records . . . got thrill out of City- St. Joe tie in 712 . . . two year band man . . . Cub footballer. F Q Q ' JOHN W. JENKINS . . . St. Eclwarcl's . . . Jay . . 5 quivt . . . on Styllllllllllg' tszun in first and svvond years . . . howling first. sr-vonrl. and fourth years . . . al- I fx ways with Paul Hopkins . . . favors typing and Notrv Dunn' . . . wants to entf-r Navy. ' rlmxit tx. ,lomx . . . st. Adalliei-Vs . . . l'il'ill1li ,fx . . . glilv and plvusznit . . . pals with Wolf . hockey and foothull xarsity as senior . . . rlvhating t'ontPst . . . two yt-airs in hunrl . . . nralizlgvd track toann . . . Fm-ln'1mi'y girufl . . . Army Air Corps vzulvt. ' JOSlfl'll J. KARL . . . St. Anthony of ljilflllil . . .lov . . . sc't'1's'tai'y of svnior f'xv4't1tiyP vonnnittee . . . 0 J. IJUNALIJ KINLIQIN , l , SL Paulk, Ifllivott tlity salutzitorian ut l"eln'uary fXI'Zltllli1ll0ll . . . hloncl srholar , . , Don , , l miflqprm Air Cmfl,5,,m,, i . D ,lmdpls - - - ltltlflfsl lllflll WHS lllllldmil il 1'21flI0 IN CJHSS - - - airplanes as holiln . . . foothull fun . . . lnuth tops "fl"f'5l"l3" ---' Arm? All' VOVPS- list of SlIlljt't'lS . . . likvs vliivkvii :intl 'lionnny Dorsvy . . . . rt-lie-wd at f't'llflllilll0ll . . . l'ill'lll'Sl. ' DORA ,ll . lil. , ... 9 'l s. .Y .... . ,. F. . . . - I 'J lx JJ I l""tlH1l ,N ' llUl3l',lil ll. lx0UNh . . . 51. Bl'l'llill'tllllt'S . . . Don . . . t-alle-d to .-Xriny An' Lorps . . . rnnlterm frrzul 1 Q E Q A . U Hola . . . RA as frosh . . . wuihook as soph . . . inan- . . . ont- of the- workers . . . juyyev foothall and ' I lx H H B ll C . f tl H tl ilgl'd jayvee foothull . . . lvusvlmll as frosh . . . hoostvr ras? mu . . . ro wr morgvs oo Ja . . . IP , , , . 1 , , for all srhool uvtixitics . . . in with XVvstg1utv hoi glmfws OJ Nvw lurk ' ' ' tmp In Anderson S lumpy' polloi . . . hot-key fan . . . lilws Kfnnn-th llolwrts and ' izrixmiyiim iz. iucyiv . . , xii-it-.mw. Murylancl . . . law Pills- Y Q 1 l'lilI'lllPlA . . . hasvhall hopvful . . . surly risvr . . . uses . JOSEPH H' RRAMUJ ' ' ' N' ftwlffs ' ' ' 'lm' ' ' ' Curran as target fm. his wal. mm.m.Sati0nS D . n favors serious and thoughtful . . . nlodvls airplanvs as at Inn-kwhmu 1-akes and sausage . . . prvfers Welvome h0l'l'7' and hulw' lf' gm lm" Amly Al" C""llS ' ' girls lu those of hvingmn . ' I gentleman. trig rates as top sulJj0t"t . . . foothall ns top sport . . anrl vhemistry as toughest joh. ' JUHN L. REHH . . . Littlv Flower . . . Dulce . . . ' FRANCIS J. KRESSLPIIN . . . Savrecl Hmrt . . . varsity and parish sot't'Pr . . . swimming: and travk as Frank , , . fair haired lad from Highlancltown- -hut soph . . . the Bob Hope of his social vluh . . . MMG no 50041-rite , , , off to the wars in the spring . . . and Russ" . . . takes panning good naturvdly . . . courtyard football . . . Plovutionist as frosh . . . fol- fHV0l'ilf' Slllljffi is lllllfll- lowed the tvzun . . . vomes in on the 10. JENKINS JORAN KARL KRESSLEIN KEMP KERR KINLEIN KOONS KRAMER KELLY QW .-,- gl I taqggilwseigf f ' . ' . X it Q' .::., :.' K K . AK A f ., I J its Q . I ,Q - - if X . . . . A .'..L'555g13 R wb ES SE V i -::,., . ., A sf U Q' bv -X47 4 'W 1 w f KRUG LAUER LEECH LEPPERT LIBFRTO l.lND LINZ LOUGHRAN LYNCH McDONOUCH ' JOSEPH A. liltlitl . . . St. Dominimzis . . . joe . . . ' .IOSPIPH A. LIBERTO. JR .... St. John the Baptist sandy haired . . . St. Dominicis Social Club prexy . . . . . Joe . . . has mechanical bent but picks history as RA in hrst year . . . businessman in the making . . . favorite subject . . . Cuiseppi . . . Stanley Theater likes bookkeeping and milk shakes . . . loves an argu- resident . . . two tie boy . . . good memory . . . short- ment . . . home to Hamilton. ' ISDWARD B. l.Alllfll . . . lfourteen Holy lVlartyrs . . . Ed . . . debater and orator with medals and place ou plaque . . . "l'he Man with the Hoeii . . . got biggest thrill when he copped elocution medal as soph . . . odd jobs for hobby . . . student. ' Wll..LlAlVI H. Ll'il'iCH . . . St. Bernardiueis . . . Bill . . . RA for three years . . . elocution finalist . . . senior committee . . . drummer in band for two years . . . Cub basketball and football . . . yearbook circu- lation manager . . . in Marine reserves . . . "B" team bowler. N ' EDWARD W. LEPPERT . . . St. Michaelis . i. . Lep . . . RA . . . debating society . . . league baseball . . . varsity football manager in 112 . . . two years on bowling team . . . likes lunch period . . . chooses lVlarines . . . St. lVlichael's Social Club . . . likes draw- ing. l'l'lIl I hand whiz with thick pointed pen . . . leans toward the Navy. ' THOMAS H. LIND . . . St. Elizabeth . . . Tom . . . two years varsity soccer . . . varsity baseball . . . and Gaels . . . playboy with the big grin . . . got a thrill out of passing chemistry . . . likes ice cream and his- tory . . . terpsichorean . . . Smitty's sidekick. ' HENRY B. LINZ . . . Sacred Heart . . . Heimie . . . last of many St. Joe Linzes . . . soccer in his blood . . . three years on team . . . tennis varsity as junior . . . of the Highlandtown clan . . . poultry man . . . suave . . . entertains soldiers on furlough. ' PAUL R. LOUGHRAN . . . St. Markis . . . Pop . . . another Air Corps Reservist . . . soccer halfback with champs . . . track . . . easy going . . . Catonsville gate . . . picked them for the Quill sports page . . . usually right . . . the radio course intrigued him. ' FENTON F. LYNCH . . . St. Annis . . . Fenton . . . senior committeeman . . . big bond driver . . . loyal to every St. joe cause . . . studious and on the quiet side . . . Army Air Corps . . . classy with the clothes . . . enjoys watching the gridders. ' JAMES F. MCDONUUCH . . . St. l1dward's . . . Mack . . . dynamite guard on midget. jayvee. and two years on varsity . . . managed jayvee hockey . . . baseball as frosh . . . class bowling team . . . Hutehy's Corner . . . loads of e . . . Air Cor s in the olling. P P P Q ' Cl-lARLl-IS H. MQJENERNEY . . . Washington. D. C .... Rugs . . . RA . . . thespian noted for part in Xmas melodrama . . . Frat Hop Dance Committee . . . life of the party . . . dancer . . . Boarders' Gazette . . . Nleatballcr . . . smoking room professor . . . suave and likeable . . . yearbook. ' CHARLES M. MClVIAlNlfS . . . St. Joseph Mon- astery Social Club . . . Brooklyn fan . . . lrvingtonite . . . modest. quiet . . . 6'Where's Evelius?" loves base- ball . . . "That cut deepi' . . . Tommy Dorsey follower. 55.5-'S H 'G ., 4' ' IJAIXIEL I-I. lVIcNlCOL . . . Clarksburg. W. Va. ' . . . Dan . . . midterm grad . . . one of Brother Nilus' workers . . . chauffeur . . . air raid wardenis hat . . . ' JOHN J. MASKELL - - - Sl- D0l11il1i4"S - - - M0059 smoking room entertainer . . . boarders, football - . . varsity wing on the hockey squad for four years league , , , studying under Army Reserve , , , left . . . lacrosse team . . . an accelerated boy . . . Quill Hugh behind. as frosh . . . apt talker . . . cue ball hairdo . . . lioogie- ' HLCH L. Mexicol ,... Clill'liSlJlllAg. W. Ya .... ""'fjgif' fan fm' Ha"j1l'f"'- , , 3 , Mac . . . third of the lVIc-Nichols . . . ramrod posture . LORDUN 'l' lVlA1LlL0Nlh.' ' ' St' hitvrs ' ' ' . . . strongman . . . on the ground crew . . . likes Matty ' lall' blond 'lmjlsy ' ' " knows ?l'.'l"i physiw and football u I Q Brother Myles, pep talks i 1 . Lithuamans . . . travels 1n his 35 Pontiac I . . dislikes but dislikes letter writing and wmpositimls . D ' in. homework and typing. . . history and radio. whiz . . . dustrious. Harry James. Betty Crable, and L. 5. Mal'llliZ.l . ' ALAN L. MILRURN . . . All Saints . . . i . . . . JOHN B' MANNlNG ' ' ' St' Peteliis ' ' ' 'l'll "" liked Latin . . . Army Air Corps Reserve . . . '32 wliedlior of Mount Tofvmil' ' ' voted the earllest ' ' ' Chevy . . . knows all about nothing . . . lfnglish . . . f-log-utlon contest as a junior . . . glee club . . . quiet Harry James D . . milkshaker l I u Carlin? i . . them . and dependable Arbutan . . . chemistry whiz with eyes on a V-l2 college career. lah expert . . . fast reader . . . likes HD" bus . . . Judy Garland . . . motor boat racing. ' LOUIS V. MANNO . . . St. Ambrose . . . Lou . . . ' FRANK J. MILLER . . . St. l'aul's . . . lfrank . . . two years of Cub football . . . midget basketball . . . hails from lflkridge . . . too far for summer school lacrosse . . . Beaver prexy . . . with Cuillott . . . Army . . . races carrier pigeons as hobby . . . teams up with Air Corps hopeful . . . hockey fan . . . Pimlico . . . Kinlein . . . a plugger . . . biggest thrill was making that Beaver game . . . "Well, Brother, it's like this." M4-ENERNEY M1-MANUS MeNlCOL MANNO MASKELL MATULONIS sf . fag ww Q, in 4 by honor roll . . . looks to Army Air Corps. MeNICOL MANNINK MILRURN MILLER MOXLFIY MIYRPHY MURPHY MURPHY NEWKIRK NOLAN OTDONAGHUE OSTROWSKI PERTEF-SES PIERPONT ' liUllNl'Il.ll5S l.. MOXLICY . . . Ft. Joseph Mon- ' JOHN C. NEWKIHK . . . lfourteen Holy Martyrs . .. astery . . . lVloX . . . HA as frosh and sopll . . . glee Genius . . . on the ball with current ew-nts . . . hook- cluh as frosh . . . swimming pool haliitue . . . carrie keeping whiz . . . follows the fire engines . . . quick close to making varsity foothall for yr-ar's biggest on the draw in debates . . . collects pictures and clip- thrill . . . electricity as holrlry . . . a short trudge to pings as hobby . . . got thrill out of passing physics. Sflmol' ' JOHN T. NOLAN . . . Hoselle Park, N. J .... Jack o N " 1 i ' ' Q. . . . . . . LHARIJRH -l' MLJH HX ' ' ' N' J""l'll M0"d'lmy . . . RA four years, president in fourth . . . ret-ordmg . . . Lharley . . . senior committee , . . RA during first Secretary of local C0nfel.em,P . I I yearbook SMH' . . n iw" yours ' ' ' track mlm for lhfff years ' ' ' mialof as debating hnalist as soph . . . senior committee . . . lamsll ' ' ' 'WPS the Naval A", f""'PS ' ' ' Mollasleliy Hoarderis Nleathalls . . . lrlood donor . . . hears the hocial Clulr . . . cohort of Mike Connolly. Nam, Call. '.AlVlESl.lVlUHl'HY...St.A ':...M'l... I - . . . . ,. l , "" i mp' , - RICHARD S. o DONACHL E . . . 1.1131-latte, A. r.. Mount Tower stall . . . senior Committee . . . l1lllDllC . . . . , , , , . . . Dick . . . an Irish face . . . partial to Lharlotte speaking enthusiast . . . Lub hasketliall . . . radio hug . . . . N, , ,' . . . favors clrennstrv . . . illtllillilff and mdustrrous . . . . . . RA as underclassman . . . llrat s tough, hut that s '. . . , . . .. . , ' , lVleathall end . . . side kick of Nolan s . . . smoking life . . . hound for Loyola Lollege . . . ralnd hockev . . ' f ' ' room entertainer . . . last at breakfast tahle . . . likes an. . W , , N l . Harry James and lngrrd Bergman. ' PAUL N. MURPHH . . . bt. Henedlcts . . . Reds V V N Q v Y Y I V , , M RA A I I A v A ' VICIWOH 5. OETRUWEKI . . . Holy Rosary . . . . . . no years on . . . af xertrsrng manager of year- Y. C I I I H I . - h hook . . . camera clulm . . . condemns lfic-k's canaries H 'ul ,mem ' ' ' P oulllollflllllvsl as Sflp . . . titian-topped . . . gentleman . . . presides on Jfhlvlfl learjl' ' ' clmm fill lad lfllh yen fm lung' Ward's titlr lloor . . . dcxtr-rous at thc keys and mimeo- " .' 1' f'UtlSlIy. Jem Burns and bhakespcare . . . Umph serious minded . . . followed Ins father to thc Mount. F K . ' JOHIX lf. l'l'iH'l'lfSSl9lS . . . St. lfdwardis . . . Pcrty . . . Quill feature editor . . . hard luck lad . . . RA man . . . veteran of "Old Froslru . . . likes Latin . . . sax man . . . Cadoa Casanoxa . . . Oli. chemistryl . . me and Smitty . . . and Nincent Lopez. ' THOMAS V. PIICHPONT . . . St. Hr-rnardine . . . Porky . . . all wrapped up in hast-hall . . . all-star. two years jayree. and one varsity at shortstop . . . easy going and friendly . . . Arrny Air Corps cadet . . . collector of pennants and signs. ' ROBERT P. PIZZA . . . St. Leois . . . Bob . . . senior committeeman . . . jayvee football as soph . . . midyear grad . . . pian ist, who favors Duke Elling- ton's band . . . natty dresser . . . stylish dancer . . . curly blond . . . picked ra dio as top subject. ' WILLIAM R. POLHAUS . . . St. Elizabeth's . Poles . . . lmge towhead with a mania for boats . . . though heis headed for the Army . . . radio is favorite subject . . . jovial money goes for milkshakes and 1 ' ANTHONY M. POPOL merchant . . . grocer . . . nusic by Harry james. l . . . St. Brigid . . . Tony . . . four year bandsman . . . three years at the Pea- body . . . trombone specialist . . . Highlandtown gift to St. ,loe . . . linally play ed with johnny Morall . . . tough roll . . . loves to hum sandwiches. ' EDWARD T. POWERS . . . St. Dominic's . . . E.T. . . . one of the twins . . . 'SWhere's lfaulstich the Fear- less?H . . . up on the current events . . . that '33 Willys . . . claims homework as hobby . . . likes his music from Andre Kostelanetz. ' THOMAS V. POWERS . . . St. Dominic's . . . Tom . . . the other of the twins . . . perpetuated on 310 school calendar . . . left s service . . . and took year chool early to heed call to off as junior to work . . . definitely not the Paul Bun fan tv Je. . 3 .I ' CASIMIR V. RAZULIS . . . Quill news editor . . . remembers the Gotham tri pro-Lithuanian . . . St. A "Where's lVlatulonis?i' . . . PIZZA RAZULIS . . . Little Flower . . . Caz ardent journalist who still p . . . RA four years . . . lphonsus Social Club . . . plugger . . . student. POLHAUS RICKTER U I Ty ' CHARLES A. RICKTER . . . St. Katharine . . . Charley . . . two years midget baseball . . . All-Bo- hemian . . . 'lWhere,s Smitty?" . . . Ha. funny! . . . one of the Problems of Democracy . . . part of Smith- White trio . . . witty and cute . . . never a dull moment. ' NEALE G. RIESNER . . . St. Willianfs . . . Neal . . . one of the Ten Hills aristocrats . . . habitue of Belvedere Hotel where his dad presides . . . a diplo- mat in the making . . . gas rationing downed his limousine . . . February grad and Army bound. ' JOHN W. ROBERTS . . . Walbrook . . . Jack . . . football stalwart-from Cub to midget to jayvee to two years varsity . . . hockey wingman with two years varsity . . . jayvee baseball . . . modest ,lack . . . Sleateris side kick . . . blondie . . . hats. ' JOHN L. RUSSO . . . St. Rita . . . Russ . . . beau of Belair Road . . . Vlfheeler Club . . . always a wise crack . . . senior committeeman . . . minstrel show end man . . . courtyard clown . . . pin toppler . . . serious at times . . . Spike Jones . . . jayvee football and soccer. . POPOLT POWERS POWERS RIESNER ROBERTS RUSSO , . D Q sig'-M. it RYAN RYAN SCHNEIDER SECOURA SHIMANEK SILK SIMON SLATER SLEATER SLIWA ' ALBERT J. RYAN . . . Fourteen Holy lVlartyrs . . . ' RICHARD J. SHIMANEK . . . St. Wenceslaus . . . Woody . . . lVlr. Zero in the hockey nets . . . in on the Dick . . . yearbook business head . . . senior commit- l-I-0 record win over Foresters . . . frosh staff in tee . . . hockey manager three years . . . cross country l9'l0 . . . number one football jersey . . . likes Brother manager as soph . . . Sequoian . . . Air Corps Reserve lVlark's poems. . . . Velenovskyis better and quieter half . . . that New ' WILLIAM B. RYAN . . . Ridgeland. South Caro- York ice trip . . . All-Bohemian. lina . Rock . . . Kappa Chi . . . resident football ' JOSEPH O. SILK . . . Joseph . . . Joe . . a true son of the Old South , , , loves his rice , , , varsity basketball . . . eagle eye on the set shots . . . "I'll be home for Christmasi' . , , Came as 3 junior South Baltimore . . . always popular in the canteen , , . historian and periodical pefuser, . . . Illidget f00tlJ3ll . . . l'CVClS ill Sl10ftllaI'ld . . . OWIIS ' FREDERICK J. SCHNEIDER . . . Fourteen Holy a good voice . . . likes Dickens. Martyrs . . . Whip . . . RA three years . . . radio en- ' WALTER lVl. SIMON . . . Our Lady of Good Coun- thusiast . . . loves chemistry. especially the tests . . . Sf'l - - - Si - - - Hifplilllo models . - - Hover late for belongs to Clean Plate Club . . . relishes Sherlock S-CC0flCl PCl'i0Cl - - - plugs Poland ilg3lll5l Litlls . - - Holmes . . . "Cot some paper?', . . . history, baseball. W3llif?fiS Otllel' half - - - milk Shake fiend - - - reader and roast beef . . . Navy, of current aH'airs . . . has trouble in history . . . looks ' RALPH J. SECOURA . . . St. Rose of Lima . . . l0 Navy- Ralph . . . radioman . . . baseball enthusiast . . . 'FRANCIS E- Sl-IATER - - - WHSl1lflgl0H, D- C- - - - Brooklyn fan . . . personality in a big way . . . Notre Duke - - - Elocution l'll13llSl - - - RA - - - Glee Club Dame booster . . . model airplane builder . . . likes ' - - Kappa Chl - - - Cub and Bmifflef baseball - - - Spinach and Zane Grey i ' 1 eyes College and Arnly "Meatball" football . . . Irvington Casanova . . . chem- Air Corps, . ' istry scholar, favors lIl0dCl building as hobby . . g ' reads Sinclair Lewis. ' LOUIS lVl. SLEATER . . . Our Lady of Lourdes . . . ' I 9 Lou . . . southpaw hurler with I-Iubbel poise . . . hockey wingman for two years . . . varsity passer and punter de luxe . . . side kick of Jack Roberts . . . dreams of Notre Dame . . . top scorer in scholastic hockey. ' JOSEPH M. SLIWA . . . St. Casimir's . . . Joe . . . RA as frosh . . . all-star baseball as frosh . . . jayvee track as soph . . . but big interest in soccer . . . one year on jayvee and three on varsity . . . boosts Poland xg' I . . . neat dresser. I YFJ1 ' JAMES A. SMITH . . . Charleston, W. Va. . . . came as a senior from Charleston Catholic High . . . brought with him an eager mind, a quiet smile and an enthusiasm for Dickens, basketball, English, and tumbling . . . whillle top. ' JOHIX J. S'1'l-1lilNliR . . . St. Elizabeth . . . Jack . . . Navy lleserve . . . Northeast Baltimore lad . . . quiet but a swell pal . . . aviation fiend . . . blond . . . rl'onnny Dorsey follower . . . neat dresser . . . NStop that dancing up there" . . . record eolleetor. ' WILLIAM R. STHOHMER . . . Fourteen Holy Martyrs . . . Russ . . . February grad . . . remembers ' GEORGE S. TOULAS . . . St. Mit-has-l's . . . Hot- the summer eourse . . . wants to be a slenographer . . . foot . . . orehestra as a freshman . . . soup and roast filing expert . . . sonneteer . . . a 3:15 man . . . got beef . . . eurly . . . lfast Baltimorean . . . "Holy biggest thrill from passing all four years . . . aims Moses" . . . quiet . . . likes Tommy Dorsey . . . Creen at Army Air Corps. Bay Parkers . . . great Mount booster . . . likes Vele- - EDWIN J. swam . . . st. Kali.-fine . . . Swanee '10"SkY'S WH"- . . . midget basketball as frosh . . . terpsichorean . . . . GEORGE M' TRINITE ' ' ' Cmhedml ' ' ' Quill bookkeeping and shorthand at-e . . . became 18 to Pl'f'l05"i'Ph'a" ' il "He9'1 llhotogliaphf' ' ' little help the war effort . . . Montgomery Ward laborer qulz kld ' lmllf Razuhs ' ' ' radlo www ' 'i' bt' . . . lmskgtlmll fun v v Q two years on RA u ' ' me Alphonsus Social Club . . . looks to the blglllll Corps lm0kkm,pm.. . . . a Prank Sinatra with glasses. . w D H W Q Y n ' JOHN M. VElNDlTTl . . . St. Dominirfs . . . Cov- BITMNAHD 'I' IAHDCU '. ' ' Ht' khzabeth ' ' ' ernor . . . four year RA . . . Quill big-wig for two Helium ' ' ' end funn on Vafslty grlflders ' ' ' tackle years . . . soeeer fullbaek as frosh and soph . . . de- on offense . . . midget football captain . . . track man g I U bater as frosh . . . soap and cosmetic maker . . . - ' - JJYWC Shot Put flalnp - - - eYe5 medlcal Career Mayor's Youth Connnittee . . . Cafe clerk . . . huge . . . rage IlldIldg0l as Junior . . . canteen lawyer club. . O . medal for panel discussion. ' JOSEPH C. TESTUDINE . . . St. Elizabeth . . . ' CHARLES C. VOELKER . . . St. Charles College Joe . . . shorthand cloodler . . . revels in spaghetti . . . Charlie . . . newcomer in fourth year . . . but and ravioli . . . gets a thrill out of going to jug . . . followed varsity football before that . . . dabbles in trackster . . . definitely not a wallflower . . . puts aside photography . . . Air Corps hopeful . . . goes for books at 3:30 for barber coat. boiled steak and onions . . . baseball is favorite sport. SMITH STERNER STROHMER SWANN TARESCO TESTUDINE TOULAS TRINITE VENDITTI VOELKER .Sega 3 Q Ati Ss ,iw . . so 1 - tl We Y , eggs? A , Q.. ,D 1 lgxswbggbg , R tr sae '49 if I.: f 5 ffl s f it x N sa Q K st ltffiil' Q AN was ff, t t 3 WALKER WEBB WEBER WELLS WELSH WHITE YVIUMEYER WHNTERLING ZEILER ZEI IER ' GEORGE E. WALKER . . . S. R ' z 'd' . . . , W . l e"T'f me ' WAHixER G. WELSH . . . Blessefl sm-mmf-m . . . 'alk . . . milksbake . . . another Toscanlm . . . com- . . . . . . M . ,, WVl1llEV . . . whirlwind on basketball floor . . . jayvee poser . . . writer . . . long hair . , . Hell Me . . . ' ' another fight with Pat . . . Civilian Defense . . . likes Navy . . . always writing short stories . . . plays piano. ' CHARLES A. WEBB . . . St. Thomas Aquinas . . . Spider . . . orator in first year . . . glee club . . . foot- ball and baseball fan . . . neat handwriting . . . drafts- rnan in the making . . . models planes as a hobby . . . likes Sabatini as author and Betty Grable as actress. ' THADDEUS M. WEBER . . . St. Stanislaus . . . smallest . . . aims to be high in the sky, however . . . Air Corps . . . hard worker . . . pleasant . . . agree- able . . . digs in with the chemistry . . . distributes blotters . . . likes ice skating and football. ' WILLIAM D. WELLS . . . St. Ambrose . . . Bill . . . St. Charles Social Club . . . favorite sports are horseback riding and ice hockey . . . grease monkey with a yen for tinkering with autos . . . earnest . . . dancer . . . popular . . . favors Maureen O'Hara. 7 5 ll as soph and two years of varsity . . . humorist . . . blond Adonis with ambition to gain weight . . . favors chemistry. celery and duck . . . reads avidly. ' JOHN ,l. WHITE . . . St. Bernardine . . . Buck . . . varsity track . . . happy-go-lucky . . . accelerated course . . equestrian minded . . . 'GMy boy Smith" . . . like: newspaper work. turkey, PD., Ellery Queen, Harry james, Friday, Coast Guard . . . hoped for ninety in history. ' WILLIAM F. WIDMEYER . . . St. Paul's . . . Whiz . . . the Waverly man with the wit . . . wrestlcs with chemistry . . . ambition is to get on SOI1ll30IlPlS gravy . . . never without Bocek or Gavanaugh . . . a Marine or merchant mariner in June. ' FRANK L. WINTERLING . . . Sacred Heart . . . Frank . . . aeronauties . . . comes in from Highland- town in big cream Dodge . . . booster of the ice hockey team . . . collects old dollar bills . . . ambi- tious to become an ensign . . . takes to Stevensonls books. ' JOSEPH K. ZEILER . . . St. James . . . Joe . . . plugger . . . regular as clockwork . . . February grad . . . saw the new gym go up during summer school . . . 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B. Kemp L. Kerr ..... . D. Kinlein . . . L. Koons ..... H. Kramer . . . J. Kresslein . . . . . . .4124 Reisterstown Rd. . . . . . . .4509 Pimlico Rd. ........113 ParkDrive . . . . . . . .809 Payson St. MelvinAve. . . . .5204 Greenwich Ave. . . . .2914 Gibbons Ave. . . . . .2803 Berwick Ave. .. . .1616 N. Bond St. .........1101 Walnut Ave. . . . . . . . . . .903 St. Charles Ave. .Edmondson 81 Rolling Rd. ..............Colon,Panama . . . . .295 W. lhh St., N. Y. . . . . . . .2638 Harlem Ave. . . . .. .3327 Remley St. NuthAve. R 15 Norden d., Forest Hills. L. I., N. Y. ...........................Welcome,Md. . . . . .3222 Dudley Ave. . . . . . . .Ellicott City, Md. . . . .86 Mt. de Sales Rd. .. . . .Ellicott City, Md. . . . .3717 Foster Ave. 101 J. A. Krug . . . . .3107 Gibbons Ave. E. B. Lauer .... .... 5 301 Edmondson Ave. W. H. Leech .. . .......... 501 Drury Lane E. W. Leppert .... J. A. Liberto .. H T. . Lind .... . H. B. Linz ..... P. H. Loughran J. F. Lynch .... J. F. McDonough C. H. McEnerney C. A. McManus D. E. McNicol . H L ' . .. . .. .106 KolbAve. . . . . . .309 N. Green St. . . . . 127 S. Linwood Ave. . . . .828 S. Conkling St. . . . . .924 Frederrck Ave. . . . . . . . . 1907 Cecil Ave. W. LanvaleSt. .. .5003 Lowell St., N.W., Washington, D. C. S. CollinsAve. ........322 Despard St., Clarksburg, W. Va. . . McNicol .... ....................... 3 22 Despars St. J. B. Manning . L. V. Manno 1001 Maiden Choice Rd. . . . . . . . .3511 Belvedere Ave. J. J. Maskell ..... ....... 3 109 GibbonsAve. G. J. Matulonis A. L. Milburn . F. J. Miller C. L. Moxley C. J. Murphy .... 'T' 21" 3 : 'W 1: :- -4 l- so S O U rr E 5 4 5' SFHFFFUF sg,-serfgnwrlsv -s:4:1?-9925 2.525305 S-plumes: ogig. 51 ."5".fHQ:1-" 05456 P. . Murphy .. J. Newkirk .. A. Popoli .... E. . Powers .. T. Powers C. . Razulis .. C. . Rickter .. . . .. . . . .717 W. Lexington St. . . . . .3108 Wolcott Ave. . . . . . . . .Elkridge, Md. YaleAve. . . . . .401 S. Augusta Ave. . ......... ......... 3 25 S. Bentalou St. 128 S Gilmor St. ' ' ' ' '.':-iseii 'NI 'idth Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . . . . . .2308 Dilworth Rd., Charlotte, N. C. . . . ............... 524 S. Washington St. . . .2824 Edmondson Ave. ........519 Denison St. . ..... 2400 Pelham Ave. ..... 319 S. Ellwood Ave. .529 S. Decker Ave. . . . .5213 Biddison Lane ... .5213 Biddison Lane . . . . . .4135 Marx Ave. ..... . . .2500 Biddle St. N. . Reisner ..... 423 Chapelgate Lane J. L. Roberts ..... 2111 Lyndhurst Ave. J. L. Russo A. J. Ryan .... W. B. Ryan F. J. Schneider R. J. Secoura . . . . .2932 Edison Highway . . . . .222 Westshire Rd. . . . . . . . .Ridgeland, S. C. . . . ......... 9 S. Payson St. . 2126 Pope -St. R. J. Shimanek Lakewood Ave. J. O. Silk ...... . ................. 133 E. Hughes St. E 3 F!! s S F3 P5 Q EL 0 '1 vvvv ZPSZ CIJCIZCEU7 Z'-":.'Sw T793 . ' -1 182: n P-I 1 .wj. :2f: . D . . :xg . . O . .-41. . I 3 - r-I a .1 . Q gg-325 Ere m 1" 3151154 FD 03101: Egrrs Q.. 0 na NIL' 222s 54""E'Q- ?'f'r'4'af J. J. Sterner W. J. Strohmer N. F. Summers .. E. J. Swann B. J. Taresco . .... 121 N. Montford Ave. J. C. Testudine G . ...................... 1447 Decatur St. . . . . . 1417 Newton St., N.W., Wash., D. C. N. StreeperSt. . .... 2003 W. Pratt St. . . . .5629 Oregon Ave. . . . . . . .2606 Preston St. ....2404 E. Fairmount . S. Toulas .... ..... 2 018 E. Lombard St. G. M. Trinite .. J. F. Velenovsky J. M. Venditti . . . . . . .2409 Elsinor Ave. . . . ....... 823 N. Glover St. . . . . ..... 3045 Northern-Pkwy. C. G. Voelker .. .... 1225 N. Montford Ave. B. F. Wagner . . . . . G. E. Walker . C. A. Webb .... T. M. Weber W. D. Wells .... W . G. Welsh J. J. White .... W. F. Widmsyer F. L. Winterling J. K. Zeiler ..... T. F. Zeller ..... . . . .401 Yale-Ave. . . . .701 Lyndhurst St. . . . .3629 Roland Ave. ........705 S. AnnSt. . .. . . .. ..18 RandallAve. . ..... 920 Chestnut Hill Ave. . . . .......... 711 Linnard St. ..........824 E.35thSt. . . ........... 3301 Foster Ave. . ....... 731 N. Lakewood Ave. 4220 Massachusetts Ave. 1 Jl'Nl0R 3-A First row: Broth:-r Malcolm. J. lloynv. YV. Downs. 0. llevvr. lf. Hoc-rl. J. Skvlly. R. Knoer- lein. Second ron: W. Edelen. J. Ward. l.. Lyng. J. Lighter. F. Olvrt. Wi. Somwmnnn. Third ron: S. Millvr. D. Svhulte. J. Blllx0l'. J. Owens. G. Svllllssler. F. Firk. Fourth row: J. Neil- son. P. Devlin. F. Criflin. F. Ste-hle. E. Diiielu. J. Sm-lmeffer. Fifth row: J. Wills. ll. Newell, XV. SI'lll1t'iIlt'l'. J. l7ognrly. F. Nllflltlll. J. Engers. Sixth row: J. Luster. B. Appvl. J. Bishop. XV. Dzlvis. W". Km-ogh. Sevvnth row: D. Krurnb. T. Shirk. lf. Herbert. .ll NIOR 3-li First ron: Brother Myles. D. tJlIllt'llllt?lIll. J. O'Donnvll. J. Mugler. Wi. Rirliurtls. H. Follow- fki. li. Kramer. J. Tl'ilgt'bf'F. Sl'?l'0llll rom: C. MrQualy. J. Poole. M. Rouse. J. Purlvtl. R. Kruvh. R. ll3lSll6ll.. W. Cherry. Third row: D. Williams. J. Murphy. W. Road:-r. ll. Horn. XV. Murphy. A. Nelnzek. Fourth row: J. Miller. U. Eikenhvrg. C. Bliley. VV. Volz. R. B1'1lIll. J. Wizlgller. Fifth row: A. Binl- kowski. J. Mohler. A. Lipton. J. Hild. R. Clayton. G. Ander- ton. Sixth rows: J. llraulforcl. J. Rupinski. U. Colllhevk, T. M1-Donougzh. J. Mm-Donulll. J. Baker. .ll NIUR 3-ll lfiral row: Brother Eriv. E. Miller. J. Lynrh. E. Gallmlxlilm. G. Gosrhen. T. llrmsn. E. Litrentu. W. Cooke. Sa-vonll row: P. Connor. J. D4-Nittis. ll. Dietz. l'. Hinge. ll. Dm-nt. N. lhgvr. A. IJQQSKIIIFITSQ J. lfurolun. Third row: W". lluuss. T. Voighl. T. Miller. J. A. Hk'l'l!t'l'l. J. lJt'I't'l1llt'l'g0l'. R. Brown. J. Kur- 'M1Il'lil. Fourth row: l.. Ill-- Pillllil. T. tlilfllllllt. J. Bl'Allll0y. R. I'I'illlllll0ll. J. T1l!'l'. U. Knurr. Fifth rms: E. Kllllllil. R. Riley. D. lllllilry. l'. Rvlsla-r. T. hilt- , hom. ll. Harm-y. J. lorry. .IPNIOR 3-D Fira! ron: Hrollwr ilill'llil'l' l'. xfSlx0l'll. J. Trzlvvy. A. l,iI'lli1ll'kl. U. llvlinslxi. J. U'- lJlt'1ll'Al. J. llc-ill. ll. Rm-av. Sem'- onxl rem: lf. 0'Tmvlv. W. Slut- lvrp. J. llzulysnkl. R. Sylxu. A fllll'ihl0lDlH'l'. J. Miluni. Vflllfl rms ' ll llo 1 rin I XXUTITIIIVEIX . . I I g. . . U T. l'olm-ki. S. llurtlnaln. H Kronpu. -Lllnmpn1.nn. lfnurlli rms: H. Marlin. J. Mmlvy. E. llorolcl. XY. Crunu-r. M. Neville. T. Arthur. lfiflll nm: R. tllyIN'5. J. llvllllvglllll. YY. Slllilll. S. ifzlxalwlis. J. Tllanlnvr. .ll XIOR 3-E lfirfl rms: llrnlln-r Vilns. J. nill'llll'lx4'l. J. lllllmrn. lf. Hvr- lrvrl. ll. Rirv. W. lJlll'lf'y. J. llalvis. .l. JLIIIITSUII. SFUUIHT rms: ll. BQ'l'lllt'I'. ll. ,lvllm-ll. H. Hicks. J. tluluis. G. lVl4'l"v0. J. Krcfl. rllllifll ron: li. liovlh-ln'r. E. lu-Ily. li. Wall. J. Fink. ll. l.ulu'n. H. Murphy. l"nnrlh ron: T. lslvs. .L Ray. XY. Oflnll. H. Rvilw. lf. Svllilllll. T. Hvally. J. Hurringlon. lfiflli rms: T. 41-llilling. l". Buell. P. Myers. I. lfoauli. W. lgilllf'l'. 0. Jnlnln- wn. Sixlll rms: R. livrn. if. l.4n'4-nz. l". llvlilpwy. SOI'll0MUlil'f 2-.-X lfirfl rms: llrollwr Xinra-nl. ll. llulnu-rl. ll. llornivk. E. lltlllllllf. R. Snionlvlx. U. Millvr. ll. Przylvylski. Il. Kmsallrzyk. QQ'l'0lHl run: N. Cvvil. ll. liil- l1'l'IllllllIl. N. nllhhilfil. J. Xxaulv. R. Wulf. J. Tnrnvr. J. lfino. Tlliwl run: ll. Tipton. R. llovr- llvr. l.. lflnig. J. ll05orl. XY. Uilfvrl. lf. Uillurn. J. l'o4ll4's. ll0lll'lll rms: J. l'vnn. NY. llvf'l'- nu. J. Hmm-. J. l,4'l1'l'h1llll. ll. llilvllgl. lf. lllll'hZl'Z. lfiflll rms: ll. Nl:-lzgvr. I". ll0l'hK'lllllPlll. J. xlllflbllf. W. JRIIIIPH. J. Stru- lw4'lwl'. Fixlll ron: U. Svrvice- C. Krm-n. li. Nunn. SOPHUMOHE 2-B Firft row: Brother J. Evan- gelist. A. Olerl. P. Gordon. E. Krastell. R. Ryan. P. Guilioni. F. Mc-llermott. W. Srhmitz. Ser- ond rms: C. lloctlinger. Wi. Col- lins. Robinson. J. Coles. J. Green. R. Brown. R. VVarre-n. J. Ul6l'lll0ltlC. Third rms: J. Crosby. J. Kosvielslii. J. Mv- Cuire. G. Herman. J. Hook. W. Ehauer. Fourth row: J. Kirrh- ner. J. Griffith. P. Cashman. R. Deljsle. J. Munalo. E. Heart- ley. J. Kelly. Fifth roxy: A. Nolan. Wi. Devlin. l.. Israel. l". Ziduick. R. Zinzelcta. J. lloyla-. C. Comeau. SOPHOMORE 2-C First row: Brother Peter. K. Boettger. G. Biedronski. A. Paulus. C. Young. J. Boller. li. Wi1'kel'. K. Kronellerger. 501'- ond ron: J. Woylowilz. W. Hull. WV. Ireland. M. Svhunke. C. Yaeth. A. Komalewski. J. St-heel. Third row: J. Nilku. J. Meushaxs. J. Lauer. M. Potter. J. O'Connor. J. Manning. Fourth row: C. lxflilgglll. A. Mv- Graw. J. Cimma. F. Paul. J. Nirkerson. ll. 0'Cullaghan. P. Bathon. Fifth roxy: T. Huglms. W. Cisvhel. C. Uysons. l.. Vogel- sang. E. Hratsak. M. Donohue. l.. Vvinkelman. Last roxs: J. Murr. C. Wlist. R. Dowling. SOPHUMORFI 2-It First row: Brother Henan. P. Curry. L. Martin. l". M1'lVlahan. A. Barron. X. lVlanna. C. Klein. F. Hayes. Second row: J. May. M. Sperh-in. IJ. Dore. W. Rupert. VV. ljelnpscy. J. lleppv. J. Balterden. Third row: ll Madigan. F. Tripp. J. Marley J. Duffy. C. Jordan. l". Casior J. Reinhard. Fourth roxy: W Emerson. J. w7illll'l'llll8f8l'. G Mershan. J. Wieman. C. St-ully A. Malkouski. Fifth ron: C Baker. R. Croc-lu-r. J. Rio-dz-man R. Hefner. SOPHOMORE 2-E First rows: Iirolllvr lilly. J. liilllllllilfillll. I.. ITTill'lllN'l'. I.. Jawolrs. J. l'Iurringlon. J. HIICIII- mer. IJ. Iill1'Ilt'It'. W. Eney. Sewond row: T. Connoliy. A. Kinivr. ll. Krvim-r. J. 0'Bricn. F. Connolly. R. Illuir. Third ron: .I. IiilIIRlgIlt?l'- J. W. Gall- IilgIll'l'. J. Rm-nnnvil. I'. W'ivh0r. II. I'ri1'v. lf. Hodge. R. I'I'alfI. I"onrlh row: M. Skadinski. W. J1ll'qllt'5. J. l.unsingvr. .I. Iloylv. E. Cnusk. J. Colv. Fifth rms: Wi. ITUXIFY. R. Kunollv. J. l,I'1llI0. J. Tulllhllro. SOPIIOMOR E 2-I" Ifirsl ron: E. Coimxly. E. Elwn. 11. IIIISCIIIIIAIII. Brother Marlin John. A. .AllIt'l'PIIllL J. W'iIIi:ln1s. E. Tonvr. A. lIl'eulm'l'. Sem-ond rms: J. Ueisvy. 5. Ifen- zvI. W. Svllivklon. I.. W'1lll:u'0. J. Rogers. N. SIIIIQLII. J. Iiroun. J. Cook. Third ron: R. John- son. I'. IIIIIIUIZI. I". Boise-ll. J. II1lSlN'l'I. I". Taylor. C. Lalppv. Ifourlh row: A. Krunier. P. Braun. I.. Zalhner. W. Eder. J. IJll0l'l'. J. Nlvngole. I". Karl. I"iIlh rms: Y. Tnllalriro. C. Iiudny. J. Wutvrs. J. Shipley. Il. Rvislvr. YV. MiIIvr. Sixth rom: N. Sl. Marlin. Lewis. A. livrino. G. Iloxsiing. T. Cor- snrh. E. Collins. SUPIIOMORE ZZ-ll Ifirhl ron: Brolin-r Alvin. J. lfomsuy. J. IVIl'Ii1ll'IIly. J. Byrne. R. llosunlino. T. Nengel. J. Rollo. Svvoncl ron: J. Coifey. W. Canniing. C. Tylvr. J. Rvgler. J. Ilillnvr. II. Iivrens. Third ron: A. Adams. J. Hansel. J. l,0l'Iil- J. ROIlllllt'I. Il. Halyvs. E. Wicklin. J. liofil-ai. Fourth row: J. Iionnvr. IJ. SlNxlll'L'l'. R. IIill'llt'5. I'. Brooks. I". Yiltek. ll. Przyhylski. Ififlh ron: J. Nalpivlwllski. T. Rogvrs. M. Con- nolly. II. Davis. I'. Ilielrii-Il. Sixth rms: R. Cie-sv. W. Alwm-II. I. I.1lI'l'0II. I.. 01-mg. I.. Billill- hun. SOPHOMORE 2-H First row: Brother Louis Charles. J. Heck. J. Fahiszak. T. l'alm. F. Utto. J. Yoeger. K. Salhevk. R. l'eterson. Second row: A. Johnson. J. lluliy. J. Drisvoll. F. Talhott. J. Griffith. D. Shea. J. Jagodzinski. Third row: ll. Theharge. A. Sokolaw- ski. J. Cannon. R. Lawder. M. Franz. L. Deli-her. W. Olsze-wski. Fourth row: R. Falter. A. Herr- mann. J. lforhetl. J. Melley. J. Nolte. Fifth row: T. Williams. F. Ford. ll. Raginski. NV. llono- van. C. Keene. l'. Tomassi. Sixth ron: J. Caro. N. Hauen- stein. R. Kl'4bt'Q1'l'. FRESH M A N l-A Firft ron: Brother Nurnian. J. Ilukert. D. Ritter-mann. C. Kult-lier. T. Tippelt. S. Krizan, R. llierzniak. ll. Hackett. Set'- ond row: R. Wrltlllllltllilq- M. Uasior. J. Wavhter. M. Quin- tana. l. Ruppert. W. Srlmarz. R. Krolrzyk. Third row: T. Cylltlllilglltlll. ll. Merson. F.. Fitzsimmons. R. Wills. G. Adelhardt. R. Sohus. E. How-avr. Fourth row: R. Hofmann. A. Conner. J. Willizlllls. ll. Hall. J. Quintana. J. tloimer. Fifth ron: M. Zhoroxsski. R. Welsh, J. Smyth. J. l.t-ntz. J. Aus-r. C. Smith. Sixth row: K. Zem-h. ff. Epple. J. Fvelllvy. ll. Sfllllllllll. C. filltxlllltlth N. Mar- tin. FRESH M A N l-H First rom: Rrotlwr Rirardus. H. Hollenhergor. G. Kirchner. A. Gannon. R. Maenner, W. Hessenauer. E. Rengies. W. Smith. Sevond row: ll. Reeve, J. Barrett. l'. lmhoff. M. Pano- uivz. J. Ford. J. Glass. R. Jett Third ron: C. Kelly. R. Lynne W. Lindhlade. .-X. Silanslxis. I. Prire. R. Kl'lllAlllgll. J. Miskar Fourth row: J. Mann. J. Halli gan. R. Piazza. H. lihl. J. Fitz gvrald. J. l'IllIllt'y. Fifth row YY. Clifford. Wh Redmond. YV Turner. C. Rrown. YV. Brock llll'yl'l'. YV. l,1lSlxl'l'l. Fl. Eh-hel lwrg:vr. Sixth row: T. Reim-rlw U. Kuhn. D. Grogan. IVRIQSIIII1.-IN I-ll First rms: BI'UIIIl'l' IIQLIVIIIIII I'. Weiss. I". .Ia-nsvn. J. III'lll1ll0l' NI. I Iilvy. I.. I.IlIlIll1'I'. .I. I.yn1'Il I Tux x NunmI um VI fun 'l'.." 'Z'.. nolly. M. VIIIIUIIIIISUII. R. Grul Ixo lvl' xsski. W. N11-Ilmmlrl. C. Ilol xx:-i1'I1. I". SillIlIb0l'SIiI. .I Iiallaki. IC. IIUIIIRIIIIUIIU. 'I'IlirfI rms: J. II:-nls. J. llvppi. I" .'xllIIx0NIilIx. .I. I.l'IIllIillIlICl'. .I OI I'0 rrigIu'iI. Il. IIAIIIIOII. II. Rolla urlll ron: III. IIOrIau'Ix. R Y I.:n'4Ina'r. If. Iirozan-Ii. I. Ilalvis W. JZIIIIIZZI. J. Iivrnivr. I"iIlI1 rms: If. IYUITIIIRI. lf. IIilllt'l'. M bn .I. I nitln. I". Wanwx. III. I"l'v4Iel'i1'k nvr. I. 5lN'I'I0lIl. .I. I'IlHII'fI. Il. Ilnylv. .I. Miwlvr. II. XXVPIIIIICF. W. IIHII. 0'II IIFIIIIPP. I.. LPFIIZIIIFCII. J. CIwl- Iut. III. I'opoIi. Il. I.uIwr. Sm-1 IVR ESI! NIA N 1-IJ Ifirfl run: Ifrollu-r Wvzlltvl' .I rivn. Il. 'I'upoIsIxi. H. und rem: ll. Klug. M. Gnlllra-'Is. 4' 1 . II. 'I'orrc-grosfal. W. Williamson. I Nlull ."l z. I.. Mvllvy. M. Bur- rm-ll. rIIllI'lI rnw: I'. Marr. .I. lin ' ' rI!'ll II.: II. I YIII 1zlr1Il. .I. Wilkoski. J. Ein- 'l. II. Iimxling. R. Fish. Il. II1. I"ourlIl rms: J. 'I'r:lvif'so. Qilnlums. E. Ifovllrull. II. IQIIIIHIII. J. Cox. I'. S4'I1unIw. I.. IlIomu'Ix. I"iIIIl rms: WV. Iiovlw. II. I'vIIi. lf. Rulwrlson. W. FI:u'Ixs. I . Iimsvs. Il. II:ll'ri' gun. Fixlll rms: II. XYPCIPII- Ixillllll. J. Ifzlmlxwski. J. XY-I'0It"ll. I" II II I 4 unmnlxi. II. Sn-splzxnkis. It. I' ural. FII ICS I I M A N I-E Iwrwl rem: I.. Ilaluvr. I'. I"Iwnn. I.. M4 lI'giIIlII. IIFOIIICI' Rinn. YV. IIZIFIIF. J. I1iInImns. II. Nillllllllllll. I" I II lu 'y. Sm-mul row: D. I.ou-Iwr. I'. IIr.m1Il. J. I'vIruIi- Y onis. I . RmsIam1I. 0. Sinmn. II. Monalgllun. II. .'Kil'c'y. II. Mvliuln- Irin. 'I'I1irnI rms: E. I.I-Yay. .-I. I'1-:I ' ' ' rom. I. .-IIN-II. J. Ivlr. WY. Y SJIIIIH. I. Km-pIIv. W. Quinn. I"llllI'IIl rms: .I. I'umIl. J. Iinsor. III. Ifollglllin. W. IIIl2ll'Il0lIl'lIll. II' II:-1-I.. C. YPEIIII. I"iI'II1 row: II. IIrc'Is1'Il. I". II1IIxt'I'. T. IIIIIFIIIIQ. Il. ,IoI1:!nse'n. J. Kol- Sl'Ill'llI'Q'llIII0l'. .I. Illliqlu-ral. SIYIII rem: II. I"r4-x ' -. .I. I.It'ilI'Y. F. Iframz. IC. IIIPII-Illilll. II. 'I'riI1lI1Ic'. .nIImrn. FIXIII rms: I". Wig- I FRESHMA N 1-F First row: T. Conclius. A. Sierk. R. Ewers. Brother Mill'i- nus. C. Douglass. J. Frazier. J. Wise. C. Grifhn. Serontl row: H. Kielek. R. Wtllf. ll. Cal- lagher. T. M4-Clean. E. Mr- Gehee. 0. Hann. J. McLough- lin. Third row: J. Kehl. R. Franrlusitz. R. Firk. A. Dcnip- sey. J. Gummer. W. Long. B. Ciesla. Fourth row: A. Cherry. J. Prager. P. lJ1?R6llligiS. R. Sadtler. R. Maurer. J. Wintur- ling. Fifth row: H. Harmon. C. Shettle. R. Dutton. B. Mar- Kenzie. L. Cunningham. D. Sheltie. FRESHMAN I-G First rows: Brother Mario. E. Amhrose. T. Blair. V. Carhone. W. Ashhurn. J. Bryan. J. Cugle. J. Ryan. Second row: J. Spalt. H. Cehring. F. Nec. E. Lesraletle. M. Prevots. H. Wilgalr. E. Janiak. Third row: L. Sadowski. J. Herring. G. Luras. E. Starharowski. Y. Cri- santi. C. Hevkrottv. H. Kol- hough. Fourth row: H. Svo- hoda. T. Quinn. J. Leishvar. T. Meehan. R. Sowinski. P. Rowe. FRESHMAN l-H First row: Brother Carlos. ll. Milt-hling. A. Ward. ll. Heinle. F. Malecki. J. W:ll'1l. W. Knrrnan J. W'ells. Sem-ond rows: E Thompson. C. Trahcrt. C Knight. G. O'lJoherly. J. Con may. T. Hannon. A. 0'Ke-r-fe C. Benliert. Thirfl row: L Reich. F. Singer. S. Km-. R Srelsi. J. Leizear. S. Sasatla Fourth rom: J. Kueherth. S Gallina. J. Drury. J. S1-Ilafier J. Mrllonalcl. H. Bauer. Fifth row: C. Gannon. E. KtDPl'IlBI J. Oltnian. Wh Srllocflivld. H Norwood. Sixth row: A. Lam hert. J. Kotoxs ski. FR ESH M A W I-J Filwl row: Rruthvr .Il'l't'llliZlll. lf. l'ri1'0. M. wvittstalllt. E. Hilti. J. Troy. R. Manson. A. Slorrk. ll. R1l'R1tlllllS. St't'0lId row: R. Aquino. R. M4-Ka-nnu. J. Lungrv. R. Walrllvr. E. Rl':ldl'nl'4l. T. Kvlly. R. KllZt'ilk. N. llrost. Third rms: ft. 0'Rrie-n. ll. Som- nwrs. R. Knrxunvki. A. Arlanns. J. Lotlvs. R. Klvin. I.. Altlvlilk. Fourth run: J. M4'lflmll'y. M. .-Xntninv. J. f:l't'0ll. l'. lvllll'l'. XV. tfuwnmlllgzll. I". N1-villv. Fifth ron: 4. Kiplw. R. Mm'gn-lmvvk. Rlllill. fhltmzvxxski. J. lxranm-r. .l. xxtlgllvll EIGIITII CRNIJE First rms: W. Wvivsc-. E. Mm-hlinski. J. Grvmlllulgh. Rrntllvl' Jules. E. Cook. WY. Lam'- son. W. Russvll. 0. l"itznl:lurim'P. Sm-uint row: T. Smith. ,I. Mv- Colgaln. XV. Hinkey. W. Helms. A. flliltlllillg. R. tfotiel. I.. Syl- vvstvr. Tllird ron: G. Lollrig. E. tlrinmwl. S. Rm-lwstvr. M. Myer. J. l'l'in1rosv. A. Mvlfol- gun. Fourth run: R. Ricketts. M. wvatlsll. E. R1l'Cill'llly. J. Minalr. SEN ENTH GRADE First rms: Rrntlu-r Ct'IOSliIIl'., ff. Wake. C. Bllilllllidgv. T. IM -vnvy. FilZlllillll'il'k'. I.. Bald- wm. l.. Wim-sv. Second ron: W. l"vrry. 0. .lvnnings. C. Moore. J. Huntvr. K. Hinkle. 9 4 wx Q .Ma 675552 Mme .mf 1' X ff e're All Americans M-s. we kn0w th0r0 was a war going o11. 501110 of ns l'l't'l'lVt'1l our g'Cl'0eting1s from tl10 l'r0sid0nt of the liniletl Stats-Si' and donn0d the khaki. Others like john llnsso. XVZIFIIPI' Wm-Ish and ,liln Mlll'lJlly' listened to the 1-all ol' the Naval Air Corps. H0ro0s fresh from the Hghting fronts urge-d ns to buy bonds and we did to that tune of 360,000 this year. The biologists had their own home front. the vivtory Qlll'tlt'll. and their seeds fell on good ground. They were the boys who 0arri0d radishes l1o1ne as wt-ll as S0hool books. Among the steady flow of svrv- ice visitors were Seanien Glen Stein and lVIarine Charlie Chalk who at the left greet llrotln-rs llicardns and Vinvent: and Sea- nien ,la0k Downey and Vern Steed- IIIZHI bark with Brother Berlin ill the Studies' Ofhve. Th0 Minute Man flag flew most of the time thanks to the cooperation of snvh llllllfl and stamp men as C0110 ll0n- gies, Mike Cmurek. Bill Brock- nieyer and John Class. The Air Corps llltf'l't'SlPll Bob Beam. John Dnmler. ,lohn llilrl and Tom Hennessy though the ln- fantry got Toni in tl10 spring. Joe Tart' and Charley Herbert show Cltill Stein '-I3 through the new gym annex. The lled Cross vis- ited the Mount again seeking blood donations. Among the fat-- ulty uCallon Clnbii blood donors were Brother Jereniiah tion 0ot i11 picturel. Brother Guy, Brother Alvi11. Brother Bertin, Brother Hilary and Brother Kenan. QEIII' launnreh aah PRIX ATE JAMES ANDERSON EX 713 USMC in South Pacifiz' area MERCHANT MARINER JOHN DEMPSEY EX '27 USMS in Atlantic area SEROEANI' JOHN DOWIJY '37 LESAAE in Erzglancl LIELTENANT JACK GORMAN 338 USAAF in Aleutians SEAMAN JOSEPH HOLZSCHUH 'IO USN aboard U.S.S. Buch MERCHANT MARINER WALTER KAIN EX '-15 USMS in Atlantic area. SEAMAN JAMES KNELL '36 USN in Atlantic area LIEUTENANT WILLIAM KNELL 336 USAAF in North Africa SERGEANT ROBERT LEAGUE EX '31 USA in North Africa LIEUTENANT DENNIS MCELCUNN 737 USN in Caribbean area LIEUTENANT FRANK STIERTZ '36 USAAE in Australia SERGEANT JOSEPH WHITMORE EX T12 USAAF in Florida may Qlbep Best iin iBeare Missing LIEUTENANT HALBERT BROWN '-'II USAAF missing in European theater LIELTTENANT LAWRENCE MAINEY '37 USN missing in lava Sea area LIEUTENANT JOHN MCTEAGUE '39 USAAE missing over Austria LIEUTENANT GEORGE MURPHY '38 USAAF missing over Germany 112 ,Q-v ik gg I 's I , 5 3? 1 I 1 5 Viv w .1 -1 v 1. 9 H., vs 'W 3 555 LQ, .,, r r fa. ,fy .f if as Q ',.,6- 1, .-1, tfipha. Ll' fr' . ,-. X, , if-Q-T' 5? 1 " ' " V ESE. L. 4, r 4.4, 0.45 , L P J V x . I A - ,. h va .wig--13, i. ifiig as-figlhlh U ITED More than ever before, the year saw hundreds of uniformed alumni returning to revisit the scene of their schooldays. At almost any hour of the school session they passed along the M-building porches, glimpsing through the windows the harried scholars within, and at times slipping again behind familiar desks to absorb anew the old atmosphere. Now and then one could be prevailed upon to mount the po- dium and, reminiscent of oral composition, recount the harrowing experience of an African convoy, or of an LST pushing in to a Kwajelein beachhead. or of flight missions over the Burma area. Memorable is Lieutenant Joe Crownover's reluctant account of some of his fifty flight missions in India. from which he alone of the entire complement he ac- companied to the area returned alive, and for which he received the Distinguished Flying Cross. And Petty Oflicer Jim Nevillels experiences piloting a car- rier-based plane on ticklish convoy duty, after which the entire unit received a unique presidential citation, the first of its kind. Probably the most dramatic tale told by a returning grad was seaman Tom Mor- ris's description of the epic battle between the de- stroyer Borie and a German submarine when he trained an 800-pound searchlight on the prey. He spent two hours in the frigid water before he was picked up by another destroyer. Dramatic too was naval gunner Paul Reeves downing of an enemy plane somewhere in the Atlantic after three of his fellow gunners had been killed. Sad news came sporadically. During the year came words of the deaths of sergeant Joe Whitmore. flight Headmaster Brother Oswald gets first hand in- formation from Seaman Tom Morris. veteran of the famous destroyer Borie-German sub battle. Junior Steve Morris listens in. E STAN engineer of a plane which crashed in Floridag of Joe Holzschuh, killed in action aboard the U.S.S. Buck in the Mediterraneang of Marine jim Anderson. killed in the South Pacific, and of John Dempsey, lost on his first trip to sea in the maritime service. A sen- tence from a letter written by Joe Whitmore's com- manding officer to his bereaved mothcr stays in the memory as a consoling thought: "Men who fly are close to Godg Joe flew and was unafraid." Reported missing were Lieutenant John McTcague, Flying Fortress navigator, missing after a bombing raid over Austria, and Lawrence Brennan. Among the wounded were Lieutenant Bob Condon, in Sicilyg Lieutenant Bernie Grant. in ltalyg Marine Bill Finne- gan, in the Pacificg and Ed Mallon, of the Army Air Force. An alumni service flag was dedicated in an impres- sive outdoor ceremony last June. Unveiling was done by Mrs. Stiertz and Mrs. Gorman. Cold Star Mothers of this war. Lieutenant Colonel Richard 0'Connell of the Third Service Command spoke at the ceremony. A giant American flag, given by alumnus James King to honor his service classmates of 738, was also dis- played for the first time. Words of appreciation for the remembrance came from a number of grads in the service who received the alumni-faculty cards sent at Christmas. And finest indication of the bond uniting in Cod all our valiant alumni came from Lieutenant Brendan Kerger, in whose letter was the note: "The money is to be, used for Masses for the war casualties in my classf, 113 lwlu vvn F nl uw-ps uw-ring Rllltllll llu- 1'illllIlllN X4'ilI' FLUX Slll'll il lJl'U4'l'SSl1lll lf I W3 .gl lg R, llull ll Villl mll lu nlllul lrcp Null Mul slllva null yup ltllI1NtlIlt1l '-I full! ln lunulf .uul hllllllll, ll0ll"lll lux llu' Slllllllll luulx K1 lilldlll null um-ul ulmlg uilll llu- l'ill'0l'lllllgI rulvs auul illlilllltl llu ll.ulx luuufm-' on lwal lluw Vlbllltl als llu' gmuul lmlurccl . r, 2. dr XIIIIX llllXllN 1 IH llum llu gun F . l7lUllll'l' ffm' If -ll llu- uluw-l In llu' lll'Sl mu-. us lux nas all llu' ulu-vl in llu' Mill' slaunp rlrixr- llllllllgjlllllll llu- yvalr. ln llu Numul pulun Ll umnun pllUlU2lilIlllt'I' snaps llu' pu-lurv tlull iIllll1'ill'4'Il lll llu- Nvus- l'usl .... Xl llu elm I ol llu lull llu lzuls 'wi svl lm' il llilll'-HIISIIILI ll'lIb. . . . l'.au'll ll'lIl Nam an Sl'I'ilIIllllC' lor PUFIIIUIIS .... llmtluw lr2lIllll'I' sr'ru'1l z1s1lvspulm'lu'rml lluf lraulx ..... 'xgillll llrullu-r llux lru-s llu- front sh- ms. . . .xllt an rulv. In llu- lIlill'Xl'l ul lwrullu-r XX ul- lvr auul lulllx Xxlllll ' N ill! ' Mort l'Illllll5liIHlll' iw-n alrive' of Ilu- Nw I ml A .l1lXtllllIH5 .Ind lunmrw 'ol . l yvau' follmse-ml imlr ','. iv- 1't'l'1'Illl U' on from drive- xslufn 1l0llSlllllill'1lSlll1lll Sroll lvlzllnul llu' ' " 'X' - -' ' ' haul just rv! lfllilml Sm llu- 1'4lllY0y trip lo .-Kfrivu from xsllicll lu' lll'lIl'1l. lla- is shown ut lt'l'l llu' llalgf ol lllnrvlznul :uul llu- lvs. H3 'W 1...,. I K ,Q . 'if lm KV-Q' Q. ai X A E' X fl. an kbmx, sm'-I , F' J 'G K Calllolic Press lvleeling February 22, 1944 .-'K lmsy anll glamorous tlay ua- Wasllington's Birtlnlay mln-n 330 ale-le-gatvs from tln- Catholic sn-hools of llilllllllllft' anal Washington nn-t at the Mount for a Catholic pre-ss a-oiit'vre-in-e- . . . Brother ln-roy 1-onmlnrls svwrsiull on pliologzrapliy . . . Mr. ,lohn lrsprung. llanipus lillllllhlllllfl lIolnpany's l'lllllllSlilSlll' I'l'llI't'ht'lllllllYt'. tlism-nssvs ye-arlnmk prol.le-ms with Ualholiv lliglfs Troulratloi' velitors . . . l,l'llI4'lIHIl spvalwrs ne-rv Wlr. lfranlx Be-nnell of thc' Brooklyn Talrle-I anrl Miss Mary Murray of .-Klln-gliany lligh Sl'll0lll. sllonn with tsxo rvpre- svnlalivvs from Notre' Dame of Nlarylanll. linpl'vssiva- group of tle-ln-gate-s from FI. .lolln's of hhiAlSlllIIf1l0II pose-s In-lorv j4'ilI'll00li.h pirlurv dis- play . . . ln the' 4'afe-la-ria a l'lll1'lx4'lI lun:-ll was svrvvml. lin-rv ,lainvs Ellis of Toxsson Catholic. and llallie-rim' Smith and Elizaln-th Snytlvr. lnoth of Calholiv High. arm- sviwml lay willing llll'IlllN'l'S of SPIUIIQS lltllllvalll' Sl'lt'Ilt'1' vlass. ,Mlvlv V'oj1'ie- Ullllllhliil.. Vlvantla Fokolis. aml ,Iulia Walsh. Brother lit'l'Il1Il'illlS alll'l't'Il1lt'l'l'll the- 1-atv to the- girls . . . Notrn' Damn- of Nlarylancl lla-le-gala-s pose- with Miss Murray. The sewers lake' a jolly time'-out: Franres Stitzaglv. Callwrim' Sm-nm-r. Delorvs Jenkins. Betty Wilson. Re-gina Bivnlein. Sylvia Lawton and fiatlierine Mrllarthy . . . G:-orgc Trinite explains a photo point to Margie l'hilhin. Notre Dame, anfl Nanvy Breitling. MI. St. Agnes . . . Before tho jive session in the Quill room: John Perlosses, Belly Jane' st'll2lllf,ZQ'. Ann Bohlv. Rose' Mvlntyre. Bernivc- Brown and Belly l"ohrvr. Besl Wishes From ilxe lncluslrial Al-is SHEET METAL 3 C. 3 E. Brown, R. Barnikel, J. Connor, P. Bauer, W. Cooke, W. Boettcher, C. Emge, F. Buell, F. Gauss, W. Coady, J. Hillary, D. Davis, J. Herbert, J. Dempsey, F. Karwacki, J. Finke, J. Knarr, G. Healey, T. Litrenta, E. Hurley, W. Miller, E. Isles, T. Miller, T. Jamison, J. Perry. J. Jensen, H. Riley, R. Johanson, 0. Reisler, F. Kern, R. Schaub, C. Kreft, J. Simon, W. Lorrenz, C. Tarr, J. Lucken, H. Uhlhorn. J. McFee, G. Unger, F. Murphy, E. Voight, T. Offutt. W. Reiter, R. Freshmen ll Adams, A. McManus, H. Antczack, L. Meade, W. Antoine, M. McKenna, E. Antoszewski, S. Mason, R. Cavanaugh, W. Neville, F. Drost, N. O'Brien. A. Green, J. Ruzin, A. Hild, E. Sommers, G. Karwacki, R. Storck, J. Kelly, T. Troy, R. Klein. T. Wagner, J. Kramer, J. Warner, R. Kuczac, R. Wittstadt. M. Lange, J. 2 E. Lottes, J. Brown, J. McCleary, J. 3 E Schimanek. R. Bernier, G. Wolfe, B. Cobis, S. 2 F DiPaula, L. Amereihn, A. Hartmann, S. Bowen, F. Hicks, H. Braun, P. Kreft, J. Budny, G. Myers, P. Buschmann, C. Schilling, T. Cerino, A. 2 G Canning, W. Atwell, W. Davis, J. Banahan, L. Dietrick, P. Barnes, R. Giese, R. Basel, J. Hayes, D. Berens, H. Kurek, F. Bittner, J. McCarthy, J. Bonner, J. Napieralski, J. Bosica, J. Nengel, T. Byrne, J. Orwig, L. Deparlmenl MECHANICAL DRAWING Class of 1 H Class of 1 F Bauer, H. Milchling, D. Cherry, A. Kehl, J. Benkert, G. Malecki, F. Ciesla, B. Kielek, H. Conway, J. O'Doherty, G. Collins, W. Long, W. Drury, J. 0'Keefe, A. Conelius, T. Lynch, D. Fonte, J. Oltman, J. Cunningham, L. MacKenzie, B Gallina, S. Peterson, F. Dempsey, A. McGebee, E. Gannon, C. Reich, L. DeRemigis, P. McLaughlin, J. Hannon, T. Rozanski, R. Douglas, C. McLean, T. Kernan, W. Sasada, E. Dutton, R. Maurer, R. Heinle, D. Scelsi, R. Ewers, R. Prager, J. Knight, G. Schaffer, J. Fick, R. Reitz, R. Koerner, E. Schoefiield, W. Franckewitz, R. Sadtler, R. Kotowski, J. Singer, F. Frazier, J. Shettle, C. Kuc, S. Thompson, E. Gallagher, D. Shettle, D. Kueberth, J. Traben, C. Griffin, G. Seick, A. Lambert, A. Ward, A. Gummer, J. Winterling. J. Leizear, J. Ward, J. Hann, O. Wise, J. McDonald, J. Wells, J. Harmon, H. Wolf, R. Class of 3 B Bialkowski, A. Class of 1 G Ambrose, E. Smith, J. Corbert, W. Keene, C. Ashburn, W. Sowinski, R. Delcher, L. Kroeger, B. Bryan, J. Spalt, J. Driscoll, F. Lawder, R. Carbone, V. Svoboda, H. Duffy, J. Mclntyre, R. Crowe, R. Ryan, J. Falter, R. Nohe, J. Cugle, J. Wilgar, H. Ford, F. Olszewski, W. Fox, E. 2 H Franz, M. Palm, T. Heckrotte, C. Donovan, W. Fabiszak, L. Peterson, R. Joyce, J. Griffith, J. Gannon, J. Shea, D. Leishear, J. Melley, J. Hauenstein. N. Sokolowski, A. Lescallette. E. 2 C Haenstein, N. Talbott, F. Meehan, T. Brooks, P. Herrman, A. Thebarge, D. Mulgrew, T. 3 C Heck, J. Tomassi, P. Nee, F. Hall, l. Jagodzinski, N. Williams, T. Quinn, T. 2 H Johnson, A. Yeager, J. Sadowski. L. Baginski, T. Kato, C. Collins, G. Eney, W. Lappe, G. St. Martins, V. Conway, E. Fenzel, S. Lewis, W. Tallarico, V. Cook, J. Geisey, J. Mengele, J. Taylor, F. Creamer, A. Cishel, W. Miller, W. Toner, E. Culotta, P. Gorsuch, T. Reisler, C. Wallace, L. Dowling, G. Haspert, J. Rogers, J. Waters, J. Duerr, J. Johnson, R. Schickton, W. Williams, J. Eben, E. Karl, F. Shipley, J. Zahner, L. Eder, W. Kramer, A. Shugh, N. Pocta, J. Engineering Drawing Przypylski, G. Bartel, P. Joran, F. Schulte, D. Rallo, J. Bents, F. Kuzma, E. Shimanek, R. Regler, J. Connolly, E. Lauer, E. Simon, W. Rogers, T. Denker, J. Leppert, E. Sleater, L. Rommel, J. Dorsey, A. Manno, L. Sliwa, J. Spencer, B. Fabula, J. McManus, C. Smith, J. Tyler, C. Herpel, E. Miller, F. Webb, C. Vittek, F. Hinternack, L. Rickter, C. Wolf, J. Wicklin, E. Ryan, A. Mr. George J. Adelhardt, Sr. Mrs. Harry Aumiller Mrs. Marie K. Baesch Mrs. Agnes E. Baker Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Barnicltel Mr. H. E. Barrett Albert Barron Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Barrons, Sr. Pfc. Richard J. Barron, U.S.A. Mr. 81 Mrs. P. W. Bartel Dr. 81 Mrs. P. J. Bean Rev. Father Beckley, O.P. Mr.'8z Mrs. George J. Bernier William Bjustrom, U.S.A. Mrs. Charles B. Bliley Mr. Sz Mrs. Frank J. Bocek Charles B. Bowling, Sr. Mr. Thomas Bowling Mrs. Richard G. Bradyhouse Edward L. Bratsak Mr. J. P. Brooks Mrs. Anna B. Brown Mr. 81 Mrs. R. C. Buchanan Class 1 E Mr. 81 Mrs. Norman Bussard Thomas F. Carroll Mr. Wilmer C. Carter Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Caruso Miss M. Caruso Mr. Richard F. Cashen, Jr. Mr. Sz Mrs. Alphonse Cerino Charles 81 Florence Pm. Julian M. Collins, U.S.N. Miss Nellie M. Collins Miss Rose M. Collins S.Sgt. James J. Collins, Jr., U.S.M.C. t William A. Collins Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert E. Condon Mrs. 81 Mrs. M. Connelly PATRONS Thomas Connolly Mr. Sz Mrs. T. J. Connolly Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles E. Crawford Tony Creamer III Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. Crook Mr. 81 Mrs. A. W. Crownover Mr. 81 Mrs. Chas. I. Dailey Mr. 8: Mrs. W. P. Davis Wm. P. Davis, Jr. Mr. 81 Mrs. Timothy J. Dee AfC Paul de Kowzan, A.A.F. Mr. Rene DeLisle Bob DeLisle Joe Devine Mr. Paul A. Devlin, Sr. John A. Donahue, U.S.N.R. Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. R. Donahue Pfc. William Donahue James A. Downey, Jr. John F. Downey Mr. F. A. Duffy Dr. John T. Ebauer Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Eben Mr. 81 Mrs. James L. Edelen Mr. 81 Mrs. John A. Engers Mr. Lawrence E. Ensor Carl J. Epple Mr. William J. Ewers AXS James G. Everett, U.S.N. Lt. Wm. E. Everett, U.S.A. - Mr. 81 Mrs. Dominick Fiori Chaplain Charles Fleckenstein Mr. John P. Ford Mrs. Jeanne Fouche Fox's Meat Market, Inc. Francis 81 Peg Herman A. Frederick A Friend A Friend Mr. 81 Mrs. H. B. Fuchs 119 Corp. Walter J. Furlong, U.S.A Mr. Adam J. Gehring Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin C. Gibbons Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas J. Gibbons Mr. E. R. Glass Mrs. Mary J. Grady Mr. 8z Mrs. Harry Green Mrs. Marie F. Green Mr. 81 Mrs. J. F. Griffin Mr. 8: Mrs. John F. Guidera Mr. 81 Mrs. John Gummer Frank M. Hall Miss Peggy Halligan Mrs. E. O. Hammersla Mr. John C. Harden Mr. Wm. J. Harrigan Harry's Confectionery Mr. 81 Mrs. W. Hartke Joseph W. Hennegan Mr. 81 Mrs. George Herold Mr. 81 Mrs. Geo. E. Herring Mr. William G. Hicks Mr. 31 Mrs. J. Hintenach Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Earl Howser Lt. Charles E. Howell Lt. Joseph E. Howell Dr. 81 Mrs. J. Huebschmann Jacqueline Insley Pfc. Charles Izac, U.S.A. Mr. Fred C. Jacob Mr. 81 Mrs. Paul F. Jacob Mrs. M. Louise Jacques Mr. 81 Mrs. B. L. Jamison Cpl. R. L. Jamison Sgt. James W. Jenkins Mr. 81 Mrs. G. L. Jones James J. Kalski Mr. 81 Mrs. E. M. Kavanagh Mr. Joseph P. Kearns,.Jr., U.S.N.R. Mrs. Waller E. Keene Pvt. George L. Kelly, U.S.A. Mr. Sz Mrs. S. Worthington Kemp Mrs. Joseph Kirchner Mr. Theodore Kirchner Mrs. Charles H. Klein FXO George E. Klein, A.C. Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas J. Kline Mr. Clement L. Klug, Sr. Mr. 81 Mrs. A. A. Kramer Mr. Adam R. Kueberth .Joseph B. Lauer Mr. Albert G. Laun Mr. 81 Mrs. A. M. Leimkuhler Mr. J. E. Leishear Mr. 81 Mrs. J. P. Lightner Corp. R. E. Loomis Joseph Ludwig, Jr., U.S.M.C. Henry G. Luken Mr. J. Frank Lupo Dr. M. J. McDermott Mrs. Marguerite L. McDermott Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas McDonald Mr. 81 Mrs.Thos. P. McDonogh Mr. 81 Mrs. P. F. McGreevy Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph T. McNaney Mrs. George McQuay Mrs. Mary McTeague Mr. 81 Mrs. A. C. Manning, Sr. Mr. Sr Mrs. A. S. Manning, Jr. Mr. Dominic Manno Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph N. Maurer Miss Catherine Mengele Mr. 81 Mrs. John Mengele Colonel 8: Mrs. Frank Milani Mr. Paul B. Milburn William T. Miller Mrs. Thomas A. Mills Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas J. Mohan Mr. 8: Mrs. Cornelius Moxley Pvt. D. J. Moynihan, A.A.F. PATRONS Mr. John P. Mugler John J. Mulgrew Miss Anna C. Murphy Bernard A. Murphy Charles Murphy, U.S.N.R. Sgt. James W. Murphy Dr. Thomas V. Murto Mr. 81 Mrs. Paul E. Myers Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas A. Neary Mr. Albert A. Nemzek Mr. Deeley K. Nice Capt. O. E. Nickerson Mr. 8: Mrs. W. A. Norris, Sr. Mrs. W. D. 0iDonoghue Mr. Alfred J. 0,Ferrall Mr. Alfred J. 0,Ferrall, Jr. Ensign John P. 0'Ferrall Mr. Sz Mrs. J. Edward O,Meara Mr. Sz Mrs. Victor Ostrowski Norman P. Owens Mr. 81 Mrs. N. Owens Mrs. Margaret Pertesess Mrs. Carroll G. Peters Mrs. Samuel A. Phelps, Sr. Dr. Sr Mrs. John C. Pound Dr. Kyrle W. Preis Mrs. Carroll Pundt Mr. Sz Mrs. M. Quill Maurice W. Quill, S lfc Mr. M. Quintana Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter D. Rafferty Mrs. A. C. Reynolds Lieutenant 81 Mrs. Joseph Rice Dr. 81 Mrs. P. E. Richards Mr. Charles J. Rickter Mr. J. Hardy Rogers Miss M. Ruppert Mr. 81 Mrs. John P. Ryan The Ryer Family Mr. 81 Mrs. William Schaffer Mr. 81 Mrs. Jos. A. Scheel 120 Walter Schmidtchen Mr. 81 Mrs. H. P. Schwarz Mr. Gordon A. Service Mr. Charles P. Shettle Mr. Sz Mrs. Thomas C. Shirk Mrs. Alberta Silk Mr. John W. Slacks Mr. L. M. Sleater Mrs. Emma Smith Mr. Sz Mrs. J. Arthur Smith George S. Staab, S 2fc Mr. Carroll L. Stallings Mr. F. Merrill Stevenson Mr. Sr Mrs. Edwin J. Swann Miss Bernadette Tallon Mr. Samuel J. Tambure Major 8: Mrs. L. W. Tipton, Sr Mr. 81 Mrs. John F. Trageser Mr. 81 Mrs. George M. Trinite Mr. Sz Mrs. James E. Turner Dr. Howard Van Natta Mr. Conrad Wagner Mr. 81 Mrs. F. J. Wagner Corp. Joseph Warczynski Mr. Sz Mrs. Lewis A. Weindle Mr. S1 Mrs. Pal R. Weiss Mrs. Edward G. Wells Mr. C. M. Wicker Pvt. James J. Whelan, A.A.F. The Williams Family Mr. and Mrs. F. Williams Mrs. F. Wills Petty Officer Bill Wingood, U.S N Dr.S1Mrs. W. E. Wingood Mr. Gerard M. Zeller Mr. Henry Zerhusen Mrs. Charles LA. Gaff Sgt. 81 Mrs. Chas. A. Galf Mrs. W. W. Tarr Mr. 81 Mrs. J. A. Venditti Mr. 8: Mrs. Carl J. Lorenz Phone CATONSVILLE 340 Phone GILMOR 6155 Edmondson Cleaners 86 Dyers CARL C. REINECKE, Prop. TAILORS I-'URRIERS Fur Storage Ladies' and Mens' Coats and Suits Made to Order 6. Ready Made 6404 5. 6406 Frederick Ave. CATONSVILLE, MD. Meet Me At NATE'S 86 LEON'S Ba1tirnore's Favorite Eating Place North Ave. at Linden Compliments of ADAM HATS Compliments of JAMES H. POLLACK Best Wishes to FRANCIS lSONNYl KRASTELL MR. 6 MRS. BENI. S. GLASER MEYER A. GOLDSTEIN CO. All Forms of INSURANCE 1320 court square Bldg. Compliments of INTERNATIONAL FIXTURE CO. 116 S. Howard St. EDW. BUDLOW PHIL EHRENPREIS Thanks for the Blood Donations! BIOLOGY CLASSES Best Wishes Pto our Classmcrtes in the Service 3 C Best Wishes from Robt. f"Mac"I McCaffrey, Jr. Ex-'45 Compliments of a Friend Class qroup pictures may be ordered from MCLAUGHLIN BROTHERS Commercial Photographers 122 W. Franklin St. Lex. 0533 The Years Were Memorable 4 D SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COMM Joseph Velenovsky, Francis John Amer ,.............. ............ Joseph Karl ........ James Baiterden James Bowen Richard Bradyhouse Raymond Buchanan Thomas Gryer Anthony Dorsey John Evelius Bernard Fuchs Edwin Gibbons Irvin Goodrich Paul Gordon John Guillott I 'I' T E E Wagner ............ Co-chairmen .....,............Business Manager ,..Secretary William Leech James Lynch Frank Miller Charles Murphy James Murphy John Nolan Robert Pizza John Russo Richard Shimanek Joseph Smith Joseph Zeller SENIOR COMMITTEEMEN . . . include ffront row? Amer, Evelius, Guillott, Smith, Gordon, Balterdeng fsecond row? Leech, Gibbons, Russo, Velenovsky, Zeiler, Shimanekg llhird rowl Dorsey, Gry- er, C. Murphy, J. Murphyg ffourth rowl Nolan, Karl, Fuchs, I. Goodrichg ififth rowl Buchanan, Bradyhouse, Pizza. Absent were Wagner, Lynch, Miller. 122 THE ARUN DEL CORPORATION BALTIMORE, MD. Dredging-Construction-Engineering AND DISTRIBUTORS OF Sand, Gravel, Stone and Commercial Slag Wm. F. Zeller Company, Inc. SHEET METAL 6. ROOFING CONTRACTORS 613 W. CROSS STREET BALTIMORE, MD. Phone: South 1925, 1926 Augusta Building 8: Loan Association, Inc. 4001 Frederick Avenue KCor. Loudon Ave.l ACCOUNTS INVITED All accounts insured up to 555,000.00 by the Federal Savings G Loan Ins. Cor p. MORTGAGE LOANS Prompt and Efficient Service Let Us Serve You ASSETS OVER . . . Sl,750,000.00 OPEN DAILY Gllmor 8290 123 Wolfe 1127 Re . B dwoy IUZS DAY 6 NIGHT SERVICE FUNERAL PARLOR FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE George A. Weber FUNERAL DIRECTOR ci EMBALMER LIMOUSINES FOR ALL OCCASIONS 705 South Ann Slreet, Baltimore, Md. STAFFORD 8: BROTHER! 1702-4-6 West Pratt Street Crt Mount St. FURNITURE AND FLOOR COVERING Simmons Bedding Armstrong Linoleum Gilmor 0530 Give a Gilt with a School or Lodge Seal THE IOHN TROCKENBROT CO. -Designers oi-- SCI-IOOL, COLLEGE, CLUB, LODGE RINGS AND PINS For all local Schools and Colleges BANOUET FAVORS, TROPHIES 310 North Paca Street MT. ST. IOE RINGS Open Thursday Evenings Vernon 1052 Congratulations to the Graduates FROM The Alumni Association OF Mt. St. Joseph College OFFICERS 1944 MARK O'HARA, President ' IOSEPH LATCHFORD, Recording Secretory G. LAWRENCE SCI-IATZ, Executive Com. Chrn. IACK O'CONNELL, First Vice-President IOSEPH BROENING, Second Vice-President 104 Charles F. Evans 8: Son INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 118 to 120 West Mt. Royal Avenue Mul. 4226-4227 Wolfe 6 ANNEX LAUNDRY INCORPORATED A Service for Every House' 'e "Band Box" Odorless Dry Cleaning CITY-WIDE SERVICE PLANT AND OFFICE 125-156 N. Clinton St 130 6131 6132 The Store which has Served the Mount tor More than Z5 Years F. C. LEIDIG'S ARUNDEL AGENCY 4107 Frederick Avenue The Best in Foods and Meats O. S. JENNINGS G. A. STORE Tobacco. Confectionery. Ice Cream, School Supplies, Magazines, Sodas. Sundaes 3427 Keswick Rodd Ches- 9312 Gilmer 3780 Arundel-Brooks Concrete Corp. Pre-Mixed Concrete Certified Quality from Graded Materials -Office and Plant- 921 SOUTH WOLF E STREET Baltimore. Maryland Wolfe 8200 1 CARROLL A. READ HARDWARE PAINTS G. E. MAZDA LAMPS KEYS MADE CYLINDERS TESTED 4102-4 Frederick Avenue Phone Orders Delivered "QUEEN'S TASTE" QUALITY FOODS SATISEY BEST WISHES PROM CLASS 3E COMPLIMENTS OF A SALESMAN W. L., Ir. FOR COMMENCEMENT GIFTS COME TO HUTZLER BFQTHER5 Q "If lt's for Your Soda Fountain-We Have It" TAFT. WARREN 6 TAF T. Inc. SODA FOUNTAINS and SUPPLIES TAVERN SUPPLIES 30 S. HANOVER ST. P1 6658 6659 EDWINA C DRUSHLER IOHN G, HOBLER THE IRVINGTON SHOP 4114 Frederick Avenue MEN'S, WOiMEN'S, CHILDRENS WEAR GREETING CARDS, GIFTS AND NOVELTIES COMPLIMENTS OF LeROY S. NICHALSON COMPLIMENTS OF FRANKLIN BOWLING CENTER Established 1933 THE FREE STATE PRESS CLARENCE DANKMEYER 2831 Guilford Ave.. Cor. 29th St. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND University 1542 FOR SERVICE CALL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION SALES AND SERVICE CORP. 30 South Hanover Street D y Phare Plaza 6658 ' 24 H S N ghts, Sundays and I-IoltdaysfPlaza 0707 MORTGAGE LOANS on the Monthly Direct Reduction Plan tor the purchase ot YOUR HOME or GROUND RENT FAIRVIEW FEDERAL SAVINGS 6 LOAN ASSOCIATION 2013-2015 Frederick Avenue Gi 3484 Open Daily also Monday Nght LOYOLA COLLEGE Loyola will receive a new Freshman Class Iuly 17th. All graduates of Academic High Schools are eligible provided their records meet our college requirements. Courses leading to the Bachelor of Science degree are completed in two calendar years, 8 semesters of 12 weeks each. Tuition: 3100.00 for each semester. 310.00 laboratory fee per semester for each science subject. Scholarship Examination May 13th Registration until Iuly 17th Apply now to The Registrar, Loyola College 4501 N. CHARLES STREET. BALTIMORE 10, MD. Phone: Chesapeake 1020 LOYOLA ALSO OFFERS EVENING CLASSES IN ADULT EDUCATION Philosophy, History, English Writing, Public Speaking. Theology for the Layman, Labor Relations COMPLIMENTS H. C. Thompson QP Wholesale Dealer in The Archer, Laundry Co. Fruits, Vegetables and Produce Dry Cleaning 205 W. Pratt Street BALTIMORE, MD. Eutaw and Madison Phone Saratoga 0105 Vernon 7600 1 COMPLIMENTS OE "THE PHILLIPS ROOFERSU GENERAL CONTRACTORS 9 S. Greene St.. Baltimore. Md. PATAPSCO COUNCIL No. 1960 K. of C. CATONSVILLE 28, MD. Phone Mulberry 1171 IOHN T. WILLS 635-637 N. Howard Street Near Monument Street THE PLACE TO BUY X-RAY AND PHOTO MATERIAL COMPLIMENTS OF REINHARD'S BAKERY 4115 Frederick Avenue ' Adams 1015 KATHARINE LEE OGILVIE. INC. SCALP AND SKIN SPECIALISTS 2601 Connecticut Avenue. Washington. D. C. SELF-SETTING PERMANENT WAVES BEAUTY IN COPYRIGHT 65484 ITS ENTIRETY PODLES' MEAT MARKET 201 S. Chester St. QUALITY ci QUANTITY FOR YOUR MONEY Phone: Broadway 6390 Frederick Generator 6. Armature Co. LEONARD ZERHUSEN. Prop. Automotive Arrnature Winding GENERATOHS - STARTERS - BATTERIES UR SERVICE Z4 I-IO 2438 West Franklin Street. Baltimore. Maryland Corner Warwick Avenue Gi1mor 4070-71 CHAIR EXCHANGE 34-36 So. Howard St. . COMPLIMENTS or I. EARLE ROWE. D.D.S. BEST WISHES FROM OMAR IENNINGS RAY RICKETTS VERNON LEYDECKER Phone, Mohawk 3639 McGregor Sportswear D. SIRKIN 6 SON EXCLUSIVE MEN'S WEAR 3118 W. North Ave. Baltimore. Md. CONSIDERATION FOR THE BEREAVED REVERENCE FOR THE DEPARTED LEONARD I. RUCK FUNERAL DIRECTORS EUGENE A. RUCK 5305-09 Harford Road Associate Hamilton 1517 COMPLIMENTS or CARL F. GAIL ORGANIZED TO FIGHT DISEASE-CARRYING PESTS RATS - MICE 4 ROACI-IES - ANTS - BEDBUGS FLEAS - SILVERFISI-I I V Specific Treatment for Each Type o ermin VOGEL-RITT Prompt-Economical Service Has Satisfied Over 40,000 People Throughout the East VOGEL-RITT OF BALTIMORE I. A. IETT. Mgr. 233 ST. PAUL PLACE LExington 5215 BALTIMORE BASEBALL AND EXHIBITION CO. Phone: South 2389 Estimates Free House Wiring - Motor Work - Repair Work ot All Kinds A. L. GOODRICH ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR ANNE ARUNDEL CO. and 111 E. WEST STREET Baltimore. Md. The Annapolis Banking 8: Trust Co. Member of the Federal Deposit lnsurance Corporation Special Depositary of U. S. Government Funds Main Street at Church Circle ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND BEST WISHES FROM A FRIEND Phone: Gilmor 2623 AMERICAN BEER ' Combine Exercise and Pleasure Here IRVINGTON CENTRE IOS. RIMBACH, Manager DISPENSERS OF LIQUID IOY 4019 Frederick Ave. Opposite Cor Bum COMPLIMENTS or DIAMOND CAB ECKHARDT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY Frederick Avenue and Mcxrydell Road Apothecary to MT. ST. IOSEPI-l'S COLLEGE Whose Confidence We Appreciate EDW. G. PICK 8: CO. ROOFING . BE1n-,om 3333 Oi A11 Types Erected and Repaired SAFE SHEET METAL HOME INSULATION RTEO S COU U UNiv. 6620-21-22 2008-10 Harford Ave DEPENDABLE lilfl The D. E. MoNico1 Pottery Company Clarksburg, W. Va. Manufacturers of McNjcoI Chino for hotels, restaurants and institutions FOLKEMER PHOTO SERVICE BELL ci HOWELL EDUCATIONAL DEALERS 927 Poplc: Grove Street BALTIMORE, MD. WILLIAM I. TICKNER AND SONS INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS North and Pennsylvania Avenues BALTIMORE, MARYLAND HAMILTON 1633 Established 1922 I. HENRY CARSTENS G CO., INC. PAINTING AND DECORATING svoo FAIR OAKS AVENUE, BALTIMORE, MD. THE ALCAZAR Phone Gilmor 8085 NORMAN A. HABIGHURST GENERAL CONTRACTING OARPENTRY, INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING, PAPERI-IANGING. FLOOR sANDING AND ROOFING 3606 FREDERICK AVE. BALTIMORE, MD. I. P. PFEIFFER AND SON REFRIGERATORS e REFRIGERATION 200 N. Pace Street BALTIMORE, MARYLAND THE UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE extends Congratulations to the Class of 1944 II our Iunior College, College of Business Administration, or School of Law can be of assistance to any member of your class, please Ieel free to call upon us. Gilmor 5545 BEECHFIELD HOME BAKERY 4724 Frederick Ave. We Carry a Complete Line OI BREAD - -f ROLLS - PIES - CAKES - PASTRIES 4.10 743 l -2 IOHN I I. SCHWENKE INSURANCE NOTARY PUBLIC s4u EQUITABLE BUILDING GHAS. O. IEREMIAS H. H. GOOD GOOD 84 CRAFT INCORPORATED LIGHTING FIXTURES, VVIRING, REPAIRS. SUPPLIES, ETC. 512 N. Eutuw St. BALTIMORE, MD. Vernon 2737 COMPLIMENTS OF SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY BALTIMORE, MARYLAND MEYER 6. THALHEIMER STATIONERS - PRINTERS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES 10 N. Howard St. BALTIMORE, MARYLAND H. I. GETTEMULLER COMPANY PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS Sczrortoqo 0474 514 Ensor St. GEORGE B. YOUNG MULBERRY 9599 YOUNG'S STAG BAR WINES-A-LIOUORS-GOOD SANDWICHES STRICTLY sms" cor. ENSOR as PRESTON STS. CALL GILMOR 4086 ' IARBOE BROS. sronnos wmmsnouszs MOVING PACKING RUG CLEANING Agent A111 d V n Lines Long Distance Moving 3932-34 FREDERICK AVENUE Ph Glmor 1104 T. D. KEATING BUILDER 2121 W. Baltimore St. Baltimore. Md. SANDWICHES Phone Gilmor 7981 PAT NOLAN'S CAFE BEER - WINES - LIQUORS OPEN SUNDAYS 1801 RAMSAY smear STORE, LEXINGTON 1997 WE DELIVER RES., GILMOR 4006 FREDERICK REITZ FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS YOUR NEGHBORHOOD PLORIST Store: 1305 W. Baltimore St. Stull: 715 6 717 Lexington Mkt. COMPLIMENTS OE CATONSVILLE BOTTLING CO. bottlers of OLD FASHION ROOT BEER F. P. R. BOHAGER 8: SONS BALE TIES - WASTE PAPER 515 S. Eden Street BALTIMORE., MARYLAND Broodwoy 1221-1222 RITA WIEDEFELD succfzsson 'ro H. c. WIEDEFELD FUNERAL DIRECTOR 914 Greenmount Ave. MU. 3096 VE 2084 CLASS ONE I LEADS TI-IE WAY Raymond F. Donovan BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS WILMINGTON , DELAWARE Gilmer 2335 E. A. STEWART, Inc. Service COAL Quality 501 S. Gilmor Street. Baltimore, Md. A. C. MANNING, President CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '44 HOCHSCHILD. KOHN 6. CO. IN BUSINESS 67 YEARS IOHN DITTMAR 6 SONS. INC. LUMBER MILL WORK 800-808 E. Pratt Street Tel.: Plaza l672'-1673 GEO. I. STORCK 6. SON Established 1840 LUMBER-MILLWORK-WALLBOARDS CUSTOM MILLWORK EENMOUNT Avi.. BALTIMORE. MD. 2406-18 GR Plicine University 3500 I ALBERT GUNTHER, INC. RUSSWIN BUILDERS' HARDWARE Modern. Early American, Period Hardware Of Quality and Distinction 36 W. BIDDLE VErnon 7437-7438 SCHREIBER 8: JONES 210 West Saratoga Street ATHLETIC GOODS SPECIALISTS ON OUTFITTING SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES MERCY HOSPITAL scHooL or NURSING Oilers 3-Year Course in Nursing Also 5-Year Combined Course Leading to R.N. 6 B.S. Degree I Affiliated with University of Maryland Registered by New York Board of Regents SEND I-'OR CATALOGUE DIRECTOR OF NURSES BALTIMORE, MD. KROZACK'S MARKETS SELECT MEATS AND GROCERIES 601 East 36th St. 501 Denison St. "TOPS" in Famous Make Apparel for Young Men Varsity Shop-Fourth Floor THE I-'IBM HUB BALTIMORE - CHARLES - FAYETTE NATIONAL SPORTING GOODS CO., INC. "EVERYTHING FOR SPORTS" Cal. 0284 310 E. Baltimore St. COMPLIMENTS OF GEORGE W. RHEIN COMPANY To Mount Saint Ioseph High School and Its Graduates oi 1944 Congratulations and Best Wishes ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CHURCH Front and the Fallsway Fayette and Lexington In the Shadow of the Shot Tower I 33 MICKEY"S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION SPARROWS POINT. MARYLAND CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OE '44 STEWART 6. CO. E. B. HARRIS 6- SON SEA FOOD Lexington Market Saratoga 1396 I. M. FLANNIGAN FINE SHOE REPAIRING 825 Frederick Ave. Catonsville I can Wolfe 3618 IOHN HASSLINGER ma N. WASHINGTON sr. Delicious Fried Oysters 80c Per Doz. B ltimore's Best Hot Crab Cakes. 15c each a Raw and Fried Clams. We Cater to Church Suppers, et Special Prices Restaurant: 2609 E. Fayette Street GEORGE 6. HARTMAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS 105 E. Pleasant St., Baltimore, Md. Plaza l354 Ferry to Eastern Shore BALTIMORE-LOVE POINT Autos S2-Including Driver From Baltimore: 7 A.M. Daily, 3 P.M. Daily, 9 P.M. lEx. Sat.l. From Love Point: 1:00 A.M. Daily KEX. Sun.l, 9:35 A.lVl. Daily, 6:00 PM. Daily B. 6 E. R. R.. PIER 5, LIGHT ST. Mulberry 4800 Daily COMPLIMENTS OF ANDREW C. OLERT Phone Gilmor 3648 NORMAN T. OWENS PLUMBING HEATING TINNING 2447 Lauretta Ave. Baltimore, Md. COMPLIMENTS OF A. B. KURDLE Treasurer of Esskay Co. RUN RIGHT TO READ'S FOR ALL YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS! 5501 Edmondson Avenue STATUARY CEMETERY WORK Gilmor 4135 WILLIAM R. EBERLING Granite MONUMENTS Marble 4203 Old Frederick Road Near Augusta Ave. Opp. Bonnie Bras CARROLL STATION BALTIMORE. MD. Lex. 2114 Oil Burvior, WM. A. IMBACH 6. SON PLUMBING, HEATING AND ROOFING N. E. Cor. Penna. Ave. and Hotlman St. BALTIMORE, MD. LEXINGTON 5787 P. J. MCEYOY, Inc. IMPORTERS 310 West Baltimore Street BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Thanks for the Memories 4A CLASS OF 1944 BARTEL, PETER W. BOWEN, IAMES E. BUETTNER, HENRY I. CAVANAUGH, BERNARD F. DEMBECK, BERNARD I. DENKER, IOHN O. DICKERSON, I OSEPH E. DOYLE, RAYMOND T. EVELIUS, IOHN C. PRITZ, LOUIS A. . GONCE, GEORGE I. GORDON, PAUL C. GOODRICH, IRVIN A. HARMON, IOHN B. 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