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

 - Class of 1945

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And kind with a kit a wit that puzzles as it penetrates, and apparent always, even under the thorn-lined idness eoneealed often under a mask of hrusqueness, hut lmuhhling as often lllltl eape ol discipline . . . And so it is that we ha . even as we envision the khaki or the hlue of our garh of tomorrow, and hefore ve as yet shed the easual raiment ot' om' sehool days, we pause to phrase this halt- ing word ol' appreciation to one who has direeted our scholastic lives-with firmness, for which we respeet him: with eonsideration, for which we thank him: and with fore- sight, for whieh our future lives will pay him trihute. We Honor rotlaer Qertin IT WOULDN'T BE OFFICIAL- No Mount ceremony would seem the same without Brother Bertin's familiar V figure looming large in the proceedings. 0 C I,1,1,-mf, I 1,011 .1 4, K . ..-.,.1.',,, -". ' 2, S -w.-'A hurl A 3 ,R Q' :Sa '5 ig +.x..5g,u at 9 .-gif?-" ' ix 4-. 1' 4 5' if 'fn lresilfa ' QM!!-'.. 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M r if A 2 W S 'F ff 1 5 Administration HRK Ji lllzli HAR l llf Dlx JNlI'.XX l.:ist 'lnne llmtliei' f J1iXYZllfl, who hurl liven prineipzil nl Nlnnnt St. 'lusepli N. fun' the past :ix years. inuvecl :i step higher lnecmniiig pi'm'im'i:il ul ilu- Xzlveriziii lirotliers of .'Xllll'l'lC1l. llmtliei' l'iZllAlllHl0IllCVV. snpericn' :it Xav- erizin College. Silver Spring, ixlilfflllllll, was zippninteml new liezulnlzistcr ul the Mount. NmisIl':1lIge1'totl1e lrvingtmni czniinns lm' lie hurl been stzitinneml I J here si-verzil years ago, Imvtliei' Iiziillioliniiew lmniglil 11 zezll zincl quiet vigor lu his uilice wliicll Zlllg'lll'5 well for the fnlnre. NEW MAN IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT- Brother Bartholomew, who now holds the reins of school government, here goes for a Canter over the Maryland hills adjoining Xaverian College ac- companied by Brother Mark, whilom Mount Eng- lish prof now a provincial assistant, and by Brother Nilus. , . 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BROTHER MARIO 11111'1':11111' 111 The Quill :11111 The Inkpot 1 . . 111:1N1'111 1111-1 11N11'11N 111 A 1 f151:1111 1'11:11'11 111 1411111111111 1111-111x11 111'11'111111' 11111111111 1111'1-11111' ,.., 11-AIX 11111 x11:11'11111-M 111 1:1111 11111-1111111'1' N N11z111'w BROTHER -IULES 111-11g11111, 1'.11g11N11, 1'1-1111-111:11 1'1"111111f' 111-'1111 1111- N11111111 11---11111 111 151-1'1-111'1 11-11111 1L'11111N 1'111111 MISS ELLEN MURK 11'1"1N111'1'1'- 1111111 11111' '11'111'1' 111 1111- 1'l41lt X11x111:11'1'. MISS CLAIRE BALL 51111111151111111...g1'111-1'1111N 111111 1111' 1:1111 111111, BROTHER GARNIER 141-11--11111 111111111 1111111111111 1 11111111 1111 5 1 Q 5 - 111Ql11l'S . . . !1'111Il1 111111 1 1k 1111111 1 BROTHER NILUS 111-11g11111. 1'.11g11N11 , , 11111111 111 1 111 11111 X1'l'N 1111- 11111'111'1w ., 11111 111 11111 1 111 11l1 MR. JOHN PLEVYAK 1111111 111':111111'1g 111111111 1111111 1X111I 11 111111111 1'11:11'11 111 1I2lN1'112l11 :11111 111111 11111 111 11111 111 1'11:11111111111x11111 1k1'1'111I1'l11 BROTHER SIMON lllL'N II'4I1ll 51. NI111'1s I111I11s11'1:1I I 111 VIII'L'l'l II11' I1:1vI 51'I11111I I1JlII1I I1 ll1k'L'lN 111's1 3-1-111111 1I:11I1. BROTHER COLUM I1111 1I1'11111'11111'111 . . . 1':11111- 111lI11' XI111111l 111 ILIVl'IIill'X 1111111 X:111'1'1:111 111lI1'u1-. BROTHER NATHANIEL I lll1I 1l11'1-1'1111' 2lll1I 11111s11' lL'1lliIl1'l' 1111' :1 I1 111 tlllll' 111 IIIL' 1:1II IlL'I11l'k' I1-:1x'111g l111' DEPARTURE EEREMUNY Monsignor Louis Vaeth cele- brated a Field Mass on Gibbons Field last june to honor two Crusade executives leaving for the foreign-missions, Brother Vincent C.F.X. and Brother Fabian F.S.C. Both are now laboring in their new fields, the latter in Nicaragua and the former in the Belgian Congo where he is a colleague of Brother Nathanael, NUNS-First row: Sister Maximilla, Sister Gwendolina, Sister Bonizella, Sister Hildulfa, Sister Abiatha. Second row: Sister Clarita, Sister Constantina, Sister Ava, Sister Ettelina, Sister Fucmdina, Sister Bonifatiana. lint they ilu fztr more than stzuttl :mtl wait. the eleven itti l iii Sisters wt the lhvme Recleemer ltezuleml hx' bs K' lu 4 hiii zellzt who :ire resptnisilmle tor the spotless chapel. th- s ing kitchen, the hright mliiiing' rmnii, :uicl the xnppetizing meals for the fzteulty :tml resitlent stumlents. ln aulclititm, the mms cure for the :tiling :mtl there is nu stinting lay lntiriiiztry Ilireetor Sister Nlzulelfritlzt :mil her eulleztgties Sister Hildulfa Qbelowl, faithful infirmarian for the past several years, was transferred from the Mount this fall. She was replaced by Sister Madelfrida Cbe- low lefty who demonstrates a heat lamp for Sister Baldervina, another newcomer to the Mount com- munity. whetiever sielmess strikes. hiirg. ': 1 ' lt is Zl years since the first group of mms left XYt1r7 lux uit litllllllll tu tstthhsh than mtlti Ill the L ltilewl States with its first mission here :tt the Kluimt. XXI Still ietimes wmuler how the Nluimt got zlluiig lwfure lt 724 witltmit the etlitiecltiml nf their presence :mtl their sell' 41lt'l'lllt'lllQ' neztl. Q s ll -ellis! t gt '-" l 3 .Q A ,..--Y ...TU THE LTAH UF BUD Xu Sztittt 'Im'yvitt'C1rtttt1u'tu'1-s witlttuu imwltittgq stu-ut tlu- tlmu- tlztys lu-t'm'v 'l'lut1tlQsgix'i11g in tlu- llIt'Q'llltl1lllL't' ut' tlu- lluly tlluwt. 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' me 1' mv W... iii 'ak' V Wm + M M5142 I-XETIU THIS YEAH MEDICAL DRIVE went over the top with 7,600 medical sup- plies donated to the foreign missions. Leading contributors Jim Patterson, Frank McDermott and Dick Foster display some of their gifts. KILLING TWO BIRDS by folding one tax blank is the accom- plishment of these Religious Activity men who thereby not only thwarted the manpower shortage but donated the money earned to assist the missions. ROUND TABLE studied inter-racial problems Promoters were Qstandingj Brother Mario and Father Monaghan, S.S.j, and Cseatedj Frank Sykes Jim Quigley, Joe Dukert, joe De Sort, Oliver Brown Owen Simon and Andy Mello. .Xml il lnisy lf!-l-l-lf?-l5 it was for tht- St. lfrztiicis X2lYlt'l' l'i1it. 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'lihv fh'ix't' tu cle-vzttc tht- pltilnwplii' uf t'uri't-nt lihns :mtl pwitnclirztls was cmitiiititwl hy tht' l.l'QllIll of llcctliicy tmtlt-1' llwitlit-1' blulcs. glut' lJt'Sm't ztncl lhll llClllt'l'. l.Zll'l'y lyiig pri-sitlt-tl mu' tht' iiI'llS2ltlK' unit ztssistt-tl hy Nt-il il2lSllt'll Yltlt'-Ill'K'SlllL'Ill1 limi lflitlmcrt. sct'i'c'tz11'x'1 A-Xmlx' ttlcrt ll't'ZlSlll'R'1', tbl- ltfrtitnis of l'll52ll'lL'5, ulfl cltvtlics, mt-tlicztl sup- plies wt-rv spoimwccli tliristnizts vztrrls were stilflg :tn inte-rl':1t'i:tl stutly chili urgztiiizt-ill liter- ztttirt' for sttltlicr L'tlllYt'l'iS tlistrihtltt-sll ict' slutt- iiig. hilu-s, :tml tlztiiws ztitlt-tl tht- czttiw. The Nloimt Q-l'llSZlIlL'l'N lt-nt tht-ii' Nwtvt llllltw tu hol- stvl' tht- stwiztl wztsml. The beaming faces Ctop left on opposite pagej represent a fraction of the several hundred Crusad- ers who make up the largest extra-curricular activ- ity. Brother jules smiles in one corner . . . Bob Talmadge had a great time at the ice skating shindig . . . Brother Guy and Larry Lyng were pillars of the city-wide Executive Committee . . . "Our Gang" McColgan, Talmadge and Simon sell Christmas cards . . . Tal Brown and Betty Lou Wall chirped for the classy Crusade ork . Father Clifford King, C.S.M.C. co-founder, who visited St. joe in the fall, chats with unit bigwigs Balmert, Olert, Cashen, DeSort and Lyng . . . Charitable work included old clothes collections here charmingly modeled by Cleary, Shirk and Brandt. C. 31+ vt pb QQ 2 1 1' X ...Q :H .411- 'mLlN1t'-2 'Pl Vi sf- J-if l' ,,L.-- UK4"f' 111 Uylzat .gs 1 ount Saint gosep 1 11 1111- X11,,N111l 1111 111111121 11'11' 111 11' . 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Q". x 'xx m Q Ns Q TUW!-XRD A BETTER WUHLU SOPHOMORE C ilhltxw ix li-ulilu-slf llu- Klum- ix t'l'lfNXL"l' Xlr flfllwwilig Hur Xruiy :null Xzixi wlil't'iiNix't-N umm' Xl'lllll1'l'l'llll'lINlHlllt' l'l1ili1w1iim'Nl 'l'lu-w iw-rc Iliv ln inuw twwzml tlu-ir wlrbivctixt-X. i.Xlimt'n lm' glziring lll'Il1lllIl4'N Illia! zixltuiilflt-il ilu' vim il iliZlI'1'.kllIll llIlX'lN,2l1l1l Xlill llauivi'cwiiuixiim-iiuliliiri Xlllt'l'll'IllI IIVXXN vlllllll'-lIlSIN lluriiig tht- pmt XL"ll Jl4lX'ZlIIK't'N :u'wu'1li11g IH ffmf lllIlQll!llll' with Illi- ,Xml ilu- lglllx lililllll ilu- Xllyllqnl wwlill Nlillilllil' luwllinllix HI- l'H1'x't'x Hll Illf' lllitlw lll Illx' rlzixwx ltr-in I-u tlu- uuliizlri lizill. W In Xin-:alt ln. lvIll'lxQ'l'HllllIl. SOPHOMORE-D First row: F. jcnsen, M. Thompson, C. Garvey, Brother Paul Francis, W. Connolly. M. Popoli, M. Riley. Second row: G. Hathon, j. Brunner. C. Zcrhusen. B. Rolla. E. Furst, M. Gcrlzich, P. Schunckc. J. Chctelat, G. Woclfcl. Third row: F. Mzirr, R. Lnrtlncr, W. Ruff, T. Adams, P. Wagner, j. Lcimlcuhlur, li. Schultz. M. Gmurck, W. Wil- liamson. Fourth row: P. Mzirncv, R. Wagner, C. Worrell. F. Mzilunowski. ll. Wuiclncr, C. Hauer. F, Antkowiak. ' .M 5 A ri ...A First row: R. Jett, G. McCubbin. C. Hackett, F. Brandt, Brother Nathan. C. Morganti, P. Flynn, H. Naumzmn, O. Simon. Second row: J. Williamson. j. Kuebcrth. G, Vacth, C. Kclly, P. Smith. B. Baker. j. Gcppi, QI. Petr. Third row: J. Punclt, N. Pfanncn- stell. M. Coughlin. W. Redmond, -I. Guirlcra, W. Charhonuziu. R. Kocplie. Fourth row: D. Moynihan, Il. Couclon, R. Trimhlc, J. Cox, G. Sweeney, V. Griszmti, T. Einstein. D Xtreme' ,S LJ.. . X.. xfgfv .' . llul luuxs Iiullu-ll :ll this olll xx'm'i1Iwi'11 wwrlll twin 4-wifx :mgllx lil Ilu' luislorgx vlzissms l.Xiuu-111. .Xiiuwu-ziix, lllI'l'k'1lI. :mul lziimiu-ziiir lluw sliuluul llu- t'4Illlllk'lX in ilu' iris! 'mul Ilu-ii' . . . 1 niiisvs aiul itcsiills. ln tlu' l'UYlIUllllL'F illlll wvilvl- ug-x clmsw. tlujx Nlll1llL'll c11l'l'1'il1 pmlllt-ins :uul ilu- Vllniwlllw ul llu' 1llllR'l'l'lll luuvlmlvs ul tlu' wlwlfl Ilu' V -N L' iff: 'F wh- f 4 GH . Bob Helinski Qabove rightb, Jerome Andreasik and Charlie Foutz are somewhat amused by the historical musings of Felix Keimig. The pictorial background is composed of various scenes of ancient Rome. CAbove leftjz Joe Kreft devours geographical data from one of the large polar projection maps in history class. lil1:liu'i:1l, iuvlitivnl. :uul Q-u'i:1l pi'wrg'1't'sw in this our 'lilu' piu-rilt' ll'1'llNl4'l'NJ1Il4l Klzigxs l'fXl'l'K'lNl'1l their Ulllllll'-X. .Xiul ilu-11 Ilu- Illlllllg llilvlouuils :mul gnu if lllk'l+l'll'X xwczilly on ilu- pi'm'r-rllixil wal: luis in llc' lists wmhiiu-ll ilu- vxlu-riviu'v gziiiu-ll in liistory lPIlll'N :uul rwuiul Izilvlv 1llM'llNNlHlIN llll'HllQllIPlll tlu- :uul Ilu' lxllUXYlt'1lQt'lt'Ill'lll'4l in l'k'HlllPllllk'N into wnu Wu-zu: 'II-1-in-:nercnlizlimcliiwiiuwur :uul1ufsI-w:uwlv- 11-:il t'i'ilu':1l lllllllxlllg' :niul l'm'imil:iIwl tlu'ii' Hllll rum' in-1'c lull Iwo of lllt' smulry :uul llivl-rs grlzms ilu' our iuvst-uni' worlll. topics HI' t'lll'lit'llI lI1lt'l't'sl www-11-rl iii Iluwv l.Hl'lllllN. SOPHOMORE-E SOPHOMORE-F First row: C. Kutcher, J. Kalski, F. Hayes, E. Bengies, Brother lules, P. Rowland, W. Eney, W. Smith. W. Darby. Second ow: J. Kehl, F. McMahon, D. Gallagher, J. Cleary, C. Maggio. VI. Smith, J. Bents, D. Merson. Third row: A. Silanskis. J. Vlann, C, Hebler. W. Beck, R. Welsh. R. Lynne, J, Green. X, Adams, T. Barrett. Fourth row: D. Macabo , R. Piazza Y . 3. Crogan, J. Feehley, R. Dutton, H. Weetenkamp. J. vlurphy. f3AmC51!.-... First row: R. Ewers, R. Wolfe, G. Griffin, E. Fox, Brother Martin John, J. Bryan, E. Janiak, J. Cugle, J. Ryan. Second row: O. Hann, J. Joyce, W. Collins, J. Winterling, J. Gummer, A. Sieck, E. McGhee, T. Conelius. Third row: W. Long, R. Fick, L. Sadowski, E. Lescallette, J. Prager, R. Reitz, T. McLean, R. Franckewitz, B. Ciesla, D. Mattingly. Fourth row: J. Leishear, C. Heckrotte, R. Sadtler, T. Meehan, B. McKenzie, C. Shettle, J. Smith, P. Crowe. . R ' 'KJV I -Qs V m -Q Q , , g W gs My S9-wiv xx 1 5 1:2 ff V WfM ? EIV fnlh ,566 A wr an New dm ' , 'A , X x gg? ,. ' "M x 3 gg Q ,W "- , . an , .1 f j f 1 . In . 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AUSIEW Norb Drost, rope climbing expert Qabovej, dis- plays his wares to classmates. Muscleman Shipley tosses acrobat Scheel through the stratosphere at the right as they practice for a demonstration for Open House night. The swimming pool was popu- lar and was often used in warm weather as a phys- ical ed classroom. Below, a group of mermen watch Al Wilson disporting in the aqua. Hand in hand with the P.T. set-up went a wide intra and extra mural sports program. Jack Wills Cbelowj illustrates this by waiting to get a whack at the tackling dummy during spring football practice. in llmllivi' lm-lk lim-cx'li1iflc-1' rmlizll ciigim-. ,lim lJ'll1'iL'l1 HU IT UHHS 'lille' why- :mil wlici'vfm'L-s uf iizilurc-'s plicliuim-11:1 lic- t1llllK'1lllIll' ch-zu' tu tllv stuclciits iii tlu- plixsics, Zll'I'HIlIll1llL'S mil gn-m'1':1l rauiciicc wiirwcf. ln tlw stintusplicrc uf the urlxlzuic-lmlm-clwfl plivslcf lvclllix- mmii, lzlcli lwllllll llw- lmvl puiiils nut flisvlugc flvtziils tu lircg Nlcrsmi :mil .Milly vlirmv. l,ivi1lc-1111111 Klziuricc l'iHL'lllIlgL'l', I5-29m1vigutm' www iii Ilia' l':1cilic, l'k'lllI'l1S lu his ulil lizumts tw discuss -wiimlugy :mil xwzlllivi' with llli' gt'IlCI'lll sciciicc lzicls. ' '. , 5 . 1 5 . . ' ' ' I ". ' ' 1.' 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Kafka Nav I , 4 4 ,' A f l, QL n v H ' ,. fn... N " ' new 5. M 3 M, A , ,,... mx Q A ff M4 . f. .,., . , if : 5, ,n g ' 1 5 Q5 y W W9 ' W A 4 L 1: .V if - 'uf 3- "Fig, g + x g ,, , sk M K1 ' ,mf r .M XP! wx, .W fiwfe M As A - " C., , . A wr K ,QE W E A xt 5, - AAR? 4 N f may f A xitif helrl in early tletoher with lirother l,eroy. eoin- inittee 1noflerz1tor, ancl tlil tlolrlheelt, elass prexy :nul Cllllll'1llIlIl of tl1e eonnnittee, presicling. The group eonsistecl of 33 ol the ontstztnrling stnclents of tl1e elzlss of '45 chosen for sel1ol:1rsl1in, zunlmi- llll' Zllllllllll t':1tl1olie Review clrive. The goal set tletoher 20, the graiicl total in snlmseriimtions was S1050 whieh hrolte :1ll previous reeorrls. Ia The ,W , 1 SE lllll l:UlVllVllrlTl1EE a W iii' E l e Planners and Beers. 'lihe lirst nieeting of the senior eonnnittee was llll' lllilllllglll 01 the V"l'llllmC'C 5 fll'lW'5 fillllf' with the Senior l'ro1n. helcl in the Illlllll llZllll'Ulllll of the liinerson Hotel on lfehrtiztry 2, sznne night as Fehruary flfillllllllllill. Alex l'iZl.l'lll2l snpplieml the rhytlnnieztl requirenients quite sz1tislz1eto1'ily :intl the whole event was ll huge hours previously. the mlztnee servecl lltll onli' 215 Il senior l,l'Hlll, lint also tionsness. illltl Zlllslllll loyalty. . The lirst activity ol' the se11ior eotninittee was U Ql'?UlU11UUll tlillllf- l-lesicles' tl1e afttreinentionetl activities. tl1e fm. the C.,mI,.,i,,,, ,MN S1000 at thc. ,,.m.,,,m, on senior eoininittee was also resnonsilale for out- stanrling sueeesses in the 11111111211 eztrrl znul hingo party, the Spring llop. Zllltl stniclry other Stlflill NCX1 Hn thc. d,,L.kL.l C,,,,,L, thc m,mml l:,,,,tl,uH events. .lfor the tnne that they have S2lCl'Il1CCfl. D,,m.,.- A.XI'u.1- 2, imgthy. tlclmtcl it was ,it.,.i,k,,l L, the thought that they have given. :intl the results hum tin. cwm at HK. ldmfi l.gz,1li,,,,,,-L. llutel m, that they have :1tt:1inecl. we sincerely owe the lllt'lll- ym.,.,,,1K,,. Z4 'HW flffzm- Went lwcl. w,,,,,it,,.f,,H,. hers ol the senior eonnnittee Il tleht of Qrzititncle, . . 1 - :ts l30 couples swayecl to the sweet nuisieztl 2ll'- ALL SENIORS NOT VISITING THEIR DRAFT rzingenients of tl1e llelmonairs. :Xncl tl1e eliinax of BOARDS POSED FOR THIS COURTYARD I V - , V ,, -- , . , , SCENE . . . Moderator Brother Leroy discusses tie exening Ltllllt' when tl1e llflflllllllltll IJICSCIIIA- musical combos with Jim Milam John Herbert Gene tion ul the watch was hestowecl upon liernie Ap- Gabardine and Tom Voight . . . Class officers at I - Q 1 .1 Q I v I the prom-First row: john Mohler, Myrna Williams, nel foi lueing tl1e ternns inost VZllllfllllC plztyei. Susie Ficke Johnnie Herbert. Second row, Bm l-lernie nroiiintly lorwztrrletl tl1e time-piece to Schneider, GeffY Mueller, George Eikenbefg, Jessie 5 ' -I A lv, Gronski. Third row: Jack Engers, Caryl Jean Fes- '-"ill l - ll' Uwll- sler, Gil Goldbeck, Dolores Kaiser. SENIOR COMMITTEE First row: Jim Lightner, Otto Beyer, joe Trageser, jim Miller, Jack Carolan, Tom Healy, Gene Gabardine, John Heid, jim Milani. Second row: Don Williams, John Herbert, john Mohler, George Eikenberg, Tom Voight, jerry Bialkowski, Tony DeSar1ctis, Gil Goldbeck, John Widmyer, Jim Fogarty, Ed Deren- berger, jack Schaeffer, Larry Lyng, jack Engers, jim Karwacki, Bernie Appel, Walt Roeder, Bill Grill, Al Nemzek, Carl Lorenz, Herm Jensen, Oscar Johaansen, Bill Schneider, Thad Potocki. 52 Mus' Q Y., YN, I xg, LN NN X . I X A '.. Q1 u r r ff!! gf --,,'x dx t at-He Elven 1 1 "Max" Fogarty recognizes "joe Pendleton" Conner by his mournful sending on the sax. 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Ili C 'F ' Y f 5 fx S ' ,-,W-5 x P i 1 S Q Q?-V E fl T '1 X N 4 Sv I sf :sb KX x XX K mr YEARBOOK STAFF-First row: Frank Nayden Kroen Tom Gibbons jack Owens and john Lynch jim Edelen, Bill Schneider, jack Engers Second Absent was jim Baker row: jim Lightner, Larry Lyng, Dick Myers George Mount Tuwermen lfvrllmliw Srfmnl l'l'1'x.c l.v.wn'1'41liu1l M,I.-Alllililli.-KN . . . lfzliullrll Srfmlr1.viir' l'1'f'.wx .-l.w.wr'l'r1lim1 lllIfllAl,lS'l' NND Yllflllllil STAR fjlifllllllifll Swllfnlfrxlll' l'lwx.w "l.YSlIl'l'fIfllf?lI BOOK BIGWIGS-Moderator Brother Jeremiah TRIUMVIRATE Frank Nayden Jack Owens and and Editor Bill Schneider discuss a moot point Jll'l'1 Edelen inspect some copy FS X R xv Q X Q x . r X 5 X N 2 XX X N X SM 9 Q X gy Q XXQKEQ X is S X X W . Q. X X, I xx ., ii Y N 5.94 , NW N if' X ' .wu s 'X R Si, iw.. X Q . 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ITS PHI TEH liigli svliiiiils :mil uillm-gm-s lil ilu' :ii't'litl11wwn's HI Xxlhlllllglllll llzilliiiiwrv. l'.tlllHl'l1lt'lllk'l .lim lliilwit was llimr lt-gitlw :tt tliv sports wcliwiiztl iiiw-ling: im-ws wlilfii' xliiii l'lIIQIll'IiX'. lwl wlisviissiwii :ll ilu' iiiiiiiw+gi':tl1li st-ssifiiig llill Suliiim-iilvi' uiiiiliirlt-el :l iiivrtiiig vii "XVI iii Fvliiiiil l'lilvlit'z1Iif+iis". XYlllll' llll'1'lllll'l'Nlill-l-lll'l'llllK'k'llillllllilglllfllFlxll lit lit-iwgt' llt-riiiziii t-iititlv-l. fliiiiioi' xloxiriizilists wi' tliv ln- iAUllYi'llllUllill llrt-ss." lrzuliiig liglit iii lfqw Uni!! was piwfiiiisiiig writvr .lim llxilwi' xrliww lla-slx wus l:1lit'llm-il Hlllflll- zigiiig t'ililui"'g luv wus fillilllmlf :issislwl li-x' lfrzxiilt lirilliii, It-aitiirt' mlilwrg ,lim l'ug:1i'ty. lll'll'Nl'4lll1ll4: iil liiilillwflt, siwi1'lswliIui'1 'limi llt':1ly'.lI11si1It'-5 lllI1llllQl'l'Q witli Ilill N'l1iit'1ilt'i' :mil wliiii l.lglllllt'l' lizmilliiig nrt :mil IIll1lI4lg'I'IlIIll-X. 'lilivw wait' :lf- sislwl li1'i1it'iivzillx lu liill llcliliiici' litwviwit' llt'i'iii'1ii I . 5 - :mil lit-iwigt' liiwwii. witli svn-i':1l f'1IllllQt'l' 1IIk'1Ilf luis. cfillt-il "iiiiiws". assisting :is i'm'iw1i'It'i's. 'lilivw viilvs iiicliiilml l-iill lrilwii. lim I'viiii lfil llmiiiult lm' lllllxtxfl. Alsiliii l,a'iiI7. llwcii Fiiiiwii. Hit-It l.11l'1lllt'l', l'll'Illlli fiilwiflt. lim thx, xliilm livi- iiinlilv, llxlii Xloyiiilixiii :mil l'!'lllllQ .XlllLIXX'l1llx, U ILL xm -83" Mtn, 1, n OWN t Q? 1 . 95.55 5.5 tl dll THE ALMA MATER peals forth from the front row wind instruments of St. Joe's fine band as Drum Major Jacques Bernier stands stiffly at attention. Brother Simon's musicians made the well-:in ring with their fine performances at grid games and elsewhere. , GE TLEMEN UF UTE Lntlcr the new :nnl nlmlc rl11'0ctnn1 ol llrotlier Snnon. Q .l'.X.. tht- Xlunnt llllltl ZlllZllllk'1l the full zlppwcizltiuii not unlv of the stnmlvnt-, lmnt of :ill who listt-nerl to its fnll ZllllJI'l'L'l2lilUll not runlv of the stnmlcnts. lint of all who listcncll to its invllitlna ineluclics, llrutlier Nilllllllliwl lwgilll p1'm'ec-fliiigs :intl when lI'2lIlSlL'l'l'Cll. thc lunnl cznnc nnrler thc guiflznicc of the present inoclerzltw. V Sclmul for the lllllSlClllCll hegins in the vvcn' lnvnrs of thc All. when llm 2 -Q, Sinnrn clliviclzttcs on those hlzicli CllEll'ZlL'lt'l'5 on tht- music shut-ts to the new hnnl liupefnls. Then can he hczlrtl the lllllflllg notes of the lezlrnm-1"s horn, :intl tht F- scrcecliiiig clinrcls uf the cliininntivv virtiwsus. l.z1ter in thc clay the rn-gnlzn' lunnl I practice is hulfl. .Nt these sessions the classical :intl pupnlzn' pieces :irc expertly Inc IlflI'L'tl tm' the Cflllllllgi IlSSClllllllt'S. Many ll2lll4lSlllL'll also helnng In the Nlonnt Lin s:nle1's, the sclnml fll'CllCNll'2l. which 1lllllL'l' lhwtlici' Nlztrirfs sprnistwsliip, 1-ntt'rt:unul Ill sclnuul mlzuiccs. :ll lAI'llSElflC nicvtings. :tt sevcrztl pzlrisli wciztls zlnrl :tt nriny hu pituls. BAND First row: Brother Simon, E. Hartley, P. Schuncke, A1 Barron, Frank Machovec, A. Aiello, W. Ash- burn, J. Bernier, J. Mugler, L. Baldwin, J. Miskar, R. Earehart. Second row: D. Blum, N. Slattery, F Kirchner, G. Lappe, R. Nunn, A. Paulus, M. Popoli, J. Warth, A. Kowalewski, W. Paskert, G. Thomas J. Driscoll. Third row: B. Collins, J. Parlett, J. Cronise, R. Lowe, J. Huemmer, W. Purcell, H. Bloom F. Hayes, J. Kalski, J. Cugle, E. Leiben, J. Pfister. Fourth row: J. Kreft, R. Downey, D. Reeve, B. Ciesla H. Bauer, F. Karl, R. Frampton, J. Gimma, L. Zahner, T. Potocki, R. Noeth, C. Young. ima-me Yeti l.1l1. 1 v,A-,I -AR, ,F ,N S 2 e +A f 'F 3 5 v-1 Q ff ' 1 Rss? .' K gf W . K r 1, i .QS K I x S? 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It is at scnini' s cztrclnl cnlcnlzttinn ul thc I'Clll2lllllIlg innnlcnts hcfnrc his cightccnth hirtltilziy, st-lcctivc scrvicc, :intl then .'x1'IllZlgL'ClfllllI. ln pi'cpzn'zttinn fm' that tiinc it is thc sclinnl's ctlovt tu trziin his ininrl tn zip- prccizitc ctcrnzil vztlncs anrl tn ht his hmly to fzicc tilncs zilicztcl. lt is :1 cnniplcx phy- siczil training prugrznn which inclnmlcs class vvnrlq :intl intci'1nni'zil zinfl cxtrznnnrztl cnntcsts. lt is Ciihhnns lficlcl crznnincml with spcctzttnts :it Il wcckcnml grill spcc- tztclc. lt is thc gyin hnlging with 11 St. l'2ll1l'S gztnic crnwcl, lt is thc Cnhs ml- liclqing through :in 2lft6l'IlU0l1'S przicticc un thc luwci' liclfl. lt is 'loc 'liztrr rockcting np the Sports Ccntrc icc. nr 'llmiy l.iptnn swishing Il lung' unc tlirongli the ncts ni' licurgc Iii- kcnhcrg tlztwlcssly lichling 21 hut gmtiiiflet' ni' Chzirlic Hcrhcrt crzulling his lzicrnssc stick. lt is Klr. .'XINlCl'S1l11 ztncl his "junip- ing jacks," llrutlici' llilziry ztncl his l.ittlc lizicls, thc lm:n'clci's sliunting hzislicts in thc k'Hlll'lf'ZlI'll. thc frush cztgc cnntcsts. thc snccci' tcznn. thc swininnng puul. 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N, R X . 3 Ysiffii l X' NXQU WH5 WW' lf gf 5 K X .,,, ' L B H 8 , i S 'wiwffiv Ulmg6QJMM 5 Y V 4, X 94 i?g??Q.4s? wi is 2 g x ' ' 4 2, ,,w.,fQ.,.g,ga ,F fa Y g t e A ff' 4-v X RADIO ROUND TABLE Brother Hilary, Director of Ath- letics, Tony Lipton, Gael sports ace and Brother Malcolm, varsity bas- ketball and jayvee football tutor, conduct a sports parley over the air waves with WCAO sportscaster Don Riley in his "Salute to Mt. St. joe" program in February. tht' iiiitiztl tally whilt' titwtrgt' lliithii' jttggtwl 30 'lilltlllglt llll'l' tlt'ttp1wt'tl ltlll l tilt ill 5 Illltl lllllllfc- yztrtls zil'tt'r picltiiig up :iii t'iit'iiiy ttiitihlt' ttf regis- t'tl Il ttttitl ill l!llllt'S X'k'llllt' llllllllllg llll'l1' itll' It-1' tht- gguliligligiiit liiigtl 111gli'lgt'1'. it-tiit'iits to tt ti1t'i't' 7 t'ltlllllL'l'r. tlit' jtiiiitti' Y11l'Flll' 4,jitztrtt'rlrztt'lt lbitlt lit-itz lt'tl in tht- pttititfniztlt- t'tttttltztllt'i's t'ttitiltlt'tt'tl at tittiipztigii which xxzts ing tlt'it:ti'tiiit'iit tihztlltiiig tilt lS: litwtrgt' lliitliiy tt'i'iiit'tl only iiititlt'i':ttt'tlly siit't't'ssfitl. qXii t':ti'ly' 7-ll t-ttllttwtwl with ll: l,2ll'lilll llrttwii with 71 llztrry lttsr ltr Xlvllttiittgli, t'x't'ittii:tl itrivzttt' schttttl XX't't'tt'iilt:tiiip with ti ztiitl tlttrtlttti St'rvit't- with cliwiiiivs, itrt'x't'iitt'tl tht' 'ititiitti' -lays lrtviii g:tt'iit'i'- l t'xti'zt pttiiit. tttht'r In-ttiiiisiitg lttggiitg lttIlti1lJt1'it's ittg tht' tlivisitniztl littiittrs which thtw h:tx't' t':tt:- wort' Alttt' lQtrtt1l'slti,.lil11 Hltiiigm, Ilill llt-vliit. .lim titi't'tl tttiti' tit' tht' pzist six jt'2lI's. llttwt'x't'i'. tltt' liirt'liiit'i' :mtl llitstvi' Smith. 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Shiigh ztiitl 'liztyltti' :mtl t't'ittt'i' tztlljq. :tiitl ,lim llltiiictii tt1sst'tl to lit't1i'gt' lltitliijq lftirst. tttt' tht' tttht't'. tXiitvtht'i' 13-ll tritiititili wzts st't11't'tl 'lht' jiiiiittrs itsht'i't'tl iii tht' l'l44 tttiiitutigii lw iii tht' Ht'Xl tilt, this titiit' :tt tht' t'Xltt'llNt' til liil- tttimitiitg l.twtvl:t tt-ll ttii fttrvigii stttl. lfrztiilt llt'i'f iiiztii, l,zii'ltiii lli'ttwii's lt5Ay'zti'tl t':tiitt'r highlighttwl i'iwt'll t':tiiit' ttt litt' iii tht' pt'i'sttii tit sttph l1:tlt'h:tt'lt this titty with llitlt lQt'itx zttltliitg tht' tttht'i' six llzttiw ll't't'tt'iilt:tititi :ts tht' liztt'l s11t't'tlrlt't' rztt't'tl itttiiittw' tm :t liiit' itltiiigtz W7 yzirtls Zllli'1'llllt'l'L'tll1lll1QIlll t'tit'iiiy' :tt'i'i:tl iii tht' lit tht'ii' st':tst+:i's litiztlt' tht' 'liiiiitti' 'luis sztltztgtwl gziiiitfs tlyiiig lllltlllt'lllw. 'liht' jztyx't't' gtutl liitt' wats tht' tktthttlit' t'li:tiiipitnisliitt ttt1'tht'ii' st':isttii's wttrlt tlistt1i'ht'tl for tht' lirst :mtl lztst tiiiit' til tht' st':tst+ti hx tlttwitiiig ti:tlx't'i't llztll llell. .Xgniti it wzts llitlt hy Nlvlltnittgli :ts tht' t':ttlt'ts ll'lllllllllll'tli 7-tl tint Rvitf lvzttliiig' tht' waxy with :t fill-yztrtl slttltll ltti' tht'ir httiiit' swztrtl, J YVEE FUUTBALL. .E THULIE TITLISTS JAYVEE FOOTBALL-First row: Jim Kirchner, Ncrm Shugh, Bob Karwacki, Harry Price, Paul Brown, Dan Donohue, Ed Kramer. Second row: Brother Malcolm, john Rogers, john Smith, Ned Furst, joe Kotofski,jim Oltman, Lou Becker, Brother Norman. Third row: Steve Krizan, Karl Zeuch, Larkin Brown, Harry Weetenkamp, Dan Macaboy, Charlie Guemple, Bill Schwarz. Fourth row: Dick Reitz, George Budny, Gordon Service, Charlie Shettle, Dan Crogan, Dave Shettle, Frank Taylor. I"-H"QHH 1 IIII 11, "I1 .lI1 4 l MIDGET FOOTBALL-First row: G. Roark, R. Noon, W. Collins, E. Hild, N. Stacharowski, R. Callens, E. Kerr, W. Heffner. Second row: Brother Jules, J. Conway, J. Boller, J. Sweeney, H. Carroll, T. Baumgartner, J. Janisewski, J. Whelan, Brother Marinus. Third row: T. Conelius. J. I-Iennegan, A. Adams, I. Bowes, J. Prager, J. Cellante, P. Jordan. Fourth row: R. Ward, A. Kipke, R. Fick, C. Kuebal, W. Hall, L. Sadowski J. Lentz. E BS , , . . . Itrtwtlit-1' .Xltiii s liih ttitithztllt-rs that htvrtlt- til' pzipt-1'-wt-iglits whit-h sttwrm XIV. .'xIltlL'l'StllliN l'. 'lf lt+t'ltt-rs t-:tt-h 1lllt'I'lltNlll :tltt-1' schtitrl :ls tht-v prt-im:ni't- ttai' IUEETS tht-ii' tluily tliug :tt gi'itlirtm wztrs -tlitl wt-ll tm' tht-ii' zimhititvtis st-lvt-s this past St'ZlStlll. 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Philip :mtl -lzimt-s. l.t-tl rimis' prtvtt-gt-s trzuiiplt-tl :1 pi't-vitnish' tiiiht-:ttt-ii ht' lQt'llt'llIlll, lil'llllIlt'l', lll'S5l'llZlllt'l', 'l'tvptalslti. :mtl lillllfltbllt' Ilztll t-lt-rt-ii .ll-l42 tht-ii tnivt- tht-5' hutl l'11lll'1'wt-Il. tht- tlt-liytlmtt-tl mitlgt-ts tlis1ll1lj'Cll hit tht-ii' stritlt-. vhztlltt-tl up l't'Yt'llQt'l.lll triiimplis JllK'lllJ' til' imrtniiist- whilt- Illll1lSSlllg l5S points iii twt-r St. Nlzii-fs 215-13 :mtl I-'tart-st l'Ill'lt 7-H, ,lust 7 sctttvt-s. tint- t':tlI't ftwrgt-t higli-st'tvi't-i' .Xt't- .-Xtlztms' lmii' 'l'ht- lit-:tvywt-iglits 1:11 l2ll lhsl lust hut .2 xti tit six-ptviiitt-iw in tht- fillilfllllll' llztll l'l'1lf'Q AlIlt'li 'lifts ll' 7 llilw- "'l1l'i' lwlif' 5l'?1"l4Wl ID' lflgelilll- litriiwzxyk thiti tal' pay-tlii't st'iirrit-- iii tht- liithis- llt'l'S XY1lg'1ll'l'. Slztttt-ry, lliutlt-i'. lltvgzlii. liIlilt'- trizll Stilititvl till tri' l'il'1lllli Rt'll2llx'S HU-yrtrtl i11:1i':1- g'I'tlYt'. ililllll'lUW. Rittt-V. :mtl lirtrss. l'iI'lilll tht-so thtni whit-h wtm tht- st-t-tnitl l"tv1't-st l':trlt gztmt-. xlllllllita who thrivt-tl tm llll'll' tlzlily ctnitt-sts shtiultl 'I'ht- spiritt-tl liut- plant' tif ll:1ll, l'i':tgt-r. l.t-iitz, twniit- tht- X'1ll'Sllf' :mtl Jllj'Yt't' SlllDt'I'IllL'll tat' St'Yt'l'Ill liipltt-. llt-tliiit-V. ft-lluiitt-. lfit-lt :mtl Szitltuwslti SUZISUIIS llt'11CL'. htitlt-s wt-ll for tht- futtirt-. BIG CUBS-First row: Brother Alvin, J. Wenzel, R. Thurlow, W. Collins, J. Ritter, A. Bialczak, L. Gal- Iagher, E. Kane, R. Markowski, Brother Paul Francis. Second row: T. Ward, L. Parlon, W. Novak, R. Wolfe, G. Simon, J. Hinder, D. Updegrove, M Prevots, R. Fernandez. Third row: E. Poturalski W James, E. Von Paris, R. Hogan, T. Garrity, T. Wag- ner, W. Russell, N. Slattery, R. Gross, R. Jenkins. LITTLE CUBS-First row: Brother Alvin, J. Cone- lius, F. McQuay, J. Brunner, W. Hessenauer, T Blair, R. Renehan, G. Evans, J. Hoover, O. Fitz- maurice, Brother Paul Francis. Second row: l. Pat- terson, A. Ward, W. Frazier, J. Gehring, J. Sills, G Sudina, B. Fowler, R. Weiss, T. Tritle, R. Lowe, G Topolski. Third row: D. Kuhns, J. Gannon, G. Wat- king., A. Rizzutti, W. Rommal, D. Betz, L. Klein, H Naumann, W. Garvey, C. Miller, J. Fulenwider. SUEEEH "THEY FU EHT TU THE BITTEH E U if ,.- it ' L HE FLOATS THROUGH THE AIR . . . It's dashing Gene Gabardine soaring through space as he tests the Poly defense in the championship tiff with Poly at Clifton Park. The Engineers won 4-2, Gael hooters Bob Beam and joe Prado wait their chance as Dick johnson comes up with reinforcements. . . . Hut it wztsift such ll hitter t-ntl. For on Nuveiiiher 15, 19-H. in their SCZISUII-5 tiiiztlc, tht- fizlcl struct-i'ites rlowtierl thc Naval .'XL'2lfit'llll' Pla-hes, l-03 Al Rtiziifs goal iii tht- tirst ui two ovct'titiic scssimis scztlt-fl tht' Klithlies' clumn mul sent them ht-nczitli tht- waves fm' thc first time in six years of pitch cztiiipziigiiiiig. This wotilcl seem to ht- quite :ui ztvcmiiplislze ment for any high sclimil ICZllllf'fillll mlutihly so tm' ll tc-ami which on tht- prcviotts flziy hzul lust it stutt- clizimpiutisliip ztiirl which, :tt't'o1'mli1ig tu :ill stimul- VARSITY SOCCER-First row: Bill Grill, Don Williams, Joe Neilson, A1 Ruzin, A Joe Koscielski, john Wachter. Second row: Coach Plevyak, Bill Tripp, Gene Gabardine, Fred Brandt, Ed Balda, Al Williamson. Third row: Dick johnson, Thad Potocki, Bill Beck, George Eikenberg, Bob Beam. Several lads missed the picture. 1 I I Y I We is f ' M1 maxi' V 'af A.-.5 K' W J A BUSY AFTERNOON . . . Tom Forsythe and INTO THE NET . . . Ace joe Prado southpaws a Bob Beam fshown heading the ballj gave the Forest goal into the Forester net. Tom Forsythe and Bob Park goalie many anxious moments as St. joe won Beam stand by fOr possible feb0Und5- 3-1. :mls nl' Ill1II'1llt' :intl 511 fnrtli, slinnlcl h:11't' lmtkvn Hntaiilt' lt-ft llnlu llt-:un w:1stl11'rn1ly li:1t'l1'l1ni1'1- tlitn-nnglilx' "clown in tht- tllllllllin nn tht- sccwiirl lt'1lIll lint lw11n1':1lil1- lllt'lllllPll wt-nt Yet it 'was nn tll'tllllZll'l' l'llIl-ill-llIL"llllll snt'U'l' tn gfmlit' lfrt-clclit' l'lI'Zllltll, h:1lfl1:11'lt tit-+n'gv lfilwn- stluzul livlclcrl lay tinzicli hlnhn l'lt'vy:1k the pztst lvcrg' :tncl insitlt' lcft lfrl ll:1l4l:1. N h 1 ,m,,,,1- 'l'h,,ug-ll th:-X mill-4114, yt-gain 1114- M511-5- lillllllt' l'll'Zllltli was l1:11'tit'nl:11'l5' t-llt't'tix'1- in lillltl stint' st'l1nl:1stit' tll!ltlt'lll they h:1fl CZll'llt'tl :1 it-nlliiig will t'iv:1l f1n'w:11'cls, 115 Cilll lit- pivwt-ii hy wzn' livfnir. tht-x' llirl :1tt:1i1l fllllttx Il few ntlw-r that l't't'11l'1l of t1 SlllIllilllS which tht- tiztvls ilislitwl :11'l1it-wiiit-nits wliicli wntilflgniimlt-1'tht- lwzuling ont nrt-1' the St'ZlSHll'S spun nt' I2 g:1n1t-s. This ,,l' "QQ-mln-I-5 in ilu-if mp," lim- 4-xglnlplg. llw .ll-- rliniinntiw 1't-pcllw. Illllj' :tssistwl ln' litilllmclts I-0:11 ul' lllt' l'lt'liL's, ltlli this Sttt'L't'ss llftltlgllt 1111 Xgilglm gmql l4fll'lljS sltbfllllll. 11-Ipit-st-1114-cl mn- nil' titlivrwist- llntilitlnl St'IlSUll tn :1 siitu-sst'1il clfir-tx ilu- lim-51 tlglfllgiyt- tt-1-Ulla 1-wr ill-vt-lniit-fl gn St, Illltl :lt the Sillllt' tiinv, g1llIlt'tl l't'YL'llg'L' fin' :1 li:1t'l Int-, lliszippniiitiiitfiit in W-li when thc lilllllftt IllllllllAI'lN U l'iItl'lllt'l' clown lit-lfl wt- lincl l1:1l1Al+:1t'l4s l'i4ll'5y'lllt', lminntwl their t'Ill'5 l111L'li. l-ll. Zllltl st-vt'1'11rl :1 string lfilqt-iilit-rg :tnfl llill til-ill. :1 trin nl' 5lJt't'fl-X' :intl ul- l-l strziiglit lflllllllllli stvzuly pt-1'fm'i111-1's. Un tht- front lint- wort- l'i':11l11. ll11Wt'1't'1'. Fl1k'll flu-fls :1s tht-sc 1lirln't gn llll- litillll. ll:1l1l:1. llicla -Iriliiisnn, tit-nv ti:1l1:n'1lint', Jlllll lim-llt-tl, 'lilinngli tlit-rv was nn litlfllllll tXll-State X'inct-nt lil'lSlllllt'. :1ll nf wlinni tlisplztyt-fl ll liltillg listing hy 1-itht-1' nf tht- lncztl 11:1pt'1's, tht' Altilllllir fm- tllSllll'lllllg' tht- Ulllltlxlllfbll nt-1, Quill t'ZllllL' lnrtli :intl pi't-sviitt-ll its st-lwtitiiis. tltln-1'pt'1'f111'l11t'I'S.:1llul XVllt1lll1lflX'Zlllt'L'tl liulm lfirst string lwrllis wtrt- :1w:11'tl1-tl insillc right lm- tht- lll'l'YllIllS yQ:1r's -i:11'v1't' titlists, int'ln4ltwl 'l'h:11l llfltllll, tht' tinlmn tinliivtj right l1:1lfl1:1t'lt 'llini l'ntncl4i, llnn Xxvllllillllx, .Xl linzin, gluhn ll':11'l1tvi', l'it1I'Sl'llIt', :1 llll't't"lit'lll' Vt'lt'l'illl with :1 gnntl St'Hl'f bltit' liim-it-lglei, glntl Klzinnt-l l'lllt'l51l. 'lilit-sv lzuls, ill! 'lVlYl'C illlll lillllllllfli .llll-' Nvilwll. wlinst- ilcvilf tlinngli tht-y gziinvtl nvitht-1' llt'Iltlllllt'N nm' inclivi- i11:1y-t':1i't- gntitnrlt' lllltl tlt'YIlSllllg' hunts lmilrt' llll wlnzil liwiifws wort- thc- rt-:tl li:1t'ltl+m1v ul. tht- tt-run, llllllll :in t-iiviin' tln'1':1t, fm' witlinnt their willing' stippmt Jllltl rnnsinp vn- I 1944 VARSITY SOCCER XYIC UI'l'tlNIfX'I' 'IiIII"Y l t 1 nsxillt iztu " - ., .,..., J I -l 'lilrwsoii ... .. tl 5 l':n'lt ,..... ., l - llJllll'l'NUll il -I tiity .,.....,. .. ll .5 SllIll'l'tllXN l't. ,. .. -l rv X'm':1titn1:1l ... .. tl .3 l"111'1'st l':1i'l4 ... . l .i l':1lx't'rt ll:1ll ... . tl l ti:1t1n1s1'illt- .. . 2 2 l'ul5' .,..... , 4 l Xing' l'lt-hw . . U HAIR-RAISING ACTION . . . as tousle-headed Bob Beam upsets a Patterson defenseman and goes in to score one of St. Joe's two goals as the Gaels won 2-0. Q F Q 0 ns Q my ww N v wfwwm - WW WM'- ,. -M ' a Q4 4 P' " ..,, ,R ., :.. 2 J L S gi -. A sw-Qf1 ,: f E s . ggi.: :Eh - ,Q . ' Y A W ' , W. - '- 1-2 35 .Ji 1-wil "Nl H Af .W ivy 'TH' N W gf "L -vimpwm Q w ir' ' Wi T- V . , -xfmgx -: dy fe: ' -V . ' ,! , N Mes s I X XX , mm KNM 'Wi wb wmwxwxi JAYVEE SOCCER-First row: Ralph Balda, Tom Pryzbylsl-ri, Charlie Klein, Milt Demski, jim Quigley, Bob Quigley, jim Kalski. Second row: Mr. Plevyak, Bill Beck, joe Yeager, Bill Tripp, Bernie Stang, john Nollemyer, Bill Smythe, Bill Rupert. Third row: Fred Stacharowski, jim White, joe Cleary, Frank Zidwick, Frank Malinowski, joe Wagner, Mark Coughlin, Ray Gaeng, Stan Rostek. CHAMPS -Ja Vee Soccer St1t't't'vt'tiIIi' tIt'ft'tttIiiig tht' stntt' t't'tm'ti they :tit :tx't't'ztg,ft' tif It'ws than h:tIt' zt gtml at gztmtg xvhith g':ti1it'tI :i yt'ztt' ttgtt, tht' jztyvct' stmt't't'ritt's wztlkctl is put' iii :my Icrtgttc. tilt' with tht' mth' t'Itztmpitn1sIiip t'zu'1it'tI hy :t St. 'I'ht' tvtI't'1isix't' tIt'pz11'tmt'iit wztx ht':ttIt'tI Ivy 'lim -Int' :tttttttim stlttzttl. Ititztlittg t-ight vit'ttirit's, at llhitt' with 5 gtutls. Stzm Rtustck -I. Iiztlph ll:tItI1 st'tIv:tt'It :mtl :t tit' iii uint' t1t:1tt'I1t's, tht' jttititu' -I, -I:tt'It Xliillizttitf 3 :mtl xltvhti II:tspt't't 2. -ltnt Irtlt1tt't'ntIi:lmI1tj't'tIWIIiltIWitttIspt't'tI,2LgiIilj'IlIitit1t, Nlztrtiii, bltrlm IItvIIIllj't't', lihztrlit' IiIt'iti, Iltth :intl :tn it'twllt'I1ltI tIt't't'tist'. Qttiglty, :mtl glint' Yt':tgt'i' t'Iiip1mt'tI in :t tztlh' rtpit't't 'l'hrt't' t't11tt4t'i't'iit't' ttitw. I"tvi't'5t I,Ztt'Ii. NI, Citi, Iii tht' tIt't't'ti5ix't' t't1tI tit' tI1ittgs,gtvztIit' IliII lit-tlt 2-U, :mtl 2-I, :mtl Iltihy Ifll :intl Sal, tAt'II Imt'tAt11't' tIit't't'tt'tI pi'tvt't't'tIi1igs frtnti tht' mttutli til' tht' ittt tht' trtttitlliitg' t't't't tit' tht' clizmip pitt'Iimt'1i, whilt' I'ittIIIm:nt'It5 bltvhii Qttigltq' :mtl limit' SlZlt'Il1lI4tlXl'N twtv twtht'i' Virzilx, Xlzti'-x'I:tt1tI 'litttitiittg St'l1tmI.tw-II. tt':tt1it'tI up in Irtnit tit' tht' t't't':txt' whilt' t:ti'tItti :mtl St, I'zttt'it'ItK, -I II. ztlw t't'It tht' tIt':tth Ivltwu' iii 1IlPXYllIlk'III Ii:tIfh:tt'Iv Iizty' Ilztcttg' :mtl .lim Ii:tIN tttittitlt' Iizxttltw tIitI :t t1it't' -itvh tit' I-l'IIIIillQ' tiiI'tip11tiqH! I-tl1'X'g'1ll'tIx I':tttt'iwt1il l':tt'Itk -x't1t1t1gxtt'1'w t+t'twt'tI tht' Alztyf .XII iii :tll. tht' jzt-x'x't't'N. who xx't't't' ztIw t't1ztt'httI iit'mt'NiN. It um tht' Ifztst I1:tItimtt1't- Iittix whit In' XIV. I'It'x'y'ztIt. St:tt'Itt'tI up :tx :t t1'ttt't'Ii:tt1w1titu1 tIt':tIt tvtit' t'I'1lXYII'XYt'Zll't'l'5 tht-ii' mth' Iowa tit' tht' ehip :tggr't'g:ttit11i :mtl wt'1't' wttrtlii tit' tht' titI tttiitpztigii :t 2-I tIt't't':tt iii tht' Ing t'i1tI tit' tht' tI1t',x't':t1't1t'tI. xt':t1'. If:t1'Iit't' iii tht' ftutstvti tht- Iiztts :ttitI tl:tt'Ix Ir!tttIt'tI tti :t Xt'tti't'It'M Mzttltltititi. H Iii thtwt' tttltt' tttwltw, tht' xttttttg ttvt'-:trtixtx tvt1wIit'tI lt1"tw:tIst+:twt t'1tt'tm'i1t't tt'ittIt't'x xx'It1It' thtwt' i1t'tN wtit' tIifttit'Itt'tI I+ttt litvttt' timtw tti iiiztiiitztiii N V . TO THE VICTOR belong the plaques, and at right Bob and jim Quigley and mentor Mr. Plevyak examine theirs. On the field only the coach and Fred Stacharowski seem camera conscious. PYRAMID-BUILDERS are Gaels Tony Lipton and John Gimma at the base and Crusaders joe Reddington and Ace Adams at the apex Cabovej. jim Ward lurks in the lane. WHICH WAY DID IT GO-Tony Lipton's face seemingly asks as Lou Reich and St. Paul's Bill Diggs latch on to a rebound in that 28-26 melee Cbe- low leftj. BREAK IT UP! John Gimma wades into a horde of Loyolans to rescue Tony Lipton Qbelow centerj as the Don's Bobby Williams applies an apparent half- nelson on the Gael captain. LOOK OUT BELOW! Loyola's jack O'Connor fbelow rightj snatches a rebound from John Gimma while George Eikenberg awaits developments. FUMBLE-Loyo1a's Jack O'Connor Cabove rightj loses the ball here as john Gimma assiduously avoids contact. Tony Lipton views proceedings. THE GAEL Ilufrv was iullliing iu'w llllllvl' ilu' sim, or 11+ lu' lllUl't' :u'cur:1tc. mule-1' tlu- ll1lSliL'lll1lll llmuulws wlu-11 it vonu-s tu elm-scrilrilig St, ,IMG lizliwlxxwul lliflllllti llu- past SL'ZlF1Ill of ll?-l-P45. 'lllu mxrsilx' 'Zl"t'l'S xvouiul up tlu' c:1111p:1ig11's . 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F, 'li W CJ f f Y Q9 n 1 .hx ...f , ..... +0 ,aa VARSITY BASKETBALL-First row: Lou Reich, Tom Gorsuch joe Prado joe Kotofski, jack Skelly, Le I CLUTCHING HANDS-The Gaels needed stilts to match up with Poly's giants but managed to find a pair to triumph. Skelly, Gimma and Ward are in on a rebound battle. WHO'S GOT THE DICE? Lou Reich avoids these doings in the Cal vert Hall clash, but George Eikenberg wades in with alacrity. 1 S 1 llllllllllf. Zl-57, Zlllll c1111t1'11l, lllt' willing SllllS 11111111-1l 1111 tl11' l11-:ll llll' 1'clt-litlcsslv. 111 111111 l111u ml l 1111 luit-l1 pz1c1.-1lll1c1111i11If ln lam' xlllffll, the lz11ls 11:11'li1'i111m'1l 111 llll' 1 1 1 xx lll?ll'lil'l'S, z1111:1ssc1l Ivy fX1'1'l11li111'1's:111 t':1tl111lic lUlll'llk'l' s111111s111'c1l In llllVYS. F-cl-sl111t11r1ist l,11y11l:1 College wliippiiig l.11y11l:1 .i-L52 Zlllll lill- 1 x 1 lfllb flll'fl'l-iltllQl'5 V1-rt llzlll .ll-25 Zlllll l1t'i11-1' sl1cll:11'lQ1'1l 111' :1 clussx' 5 , . 11 4,111 I 1I1l1111 11,1 1 gqyfggt lfilgQ11lyQ1'1I 125' lilhlllllgll tlllllll S5420 lll llll' lllllllS. 111 ' N - - 1111 XX ml 1 lllll 111 l 1 11l11 UU. llllllaglla ulp tl11 VARSITY CAGE RECORD K ""',""" 'M NV' WE OPPONENT THEY WE OPPONENT THEY l1 I11111 t1111's11cl1 111111 'lllll 40 Legion Gaels 29 38 McDOnogh 29 21 Delone 37 21 Sparrows Point 35 .b . V 1 ' 51 Park 17 44 Catonsville 28 1xl lllll 1 1 it 1111 l 1 1t1111 s llllt' 1-5 Q .1111l .1ll- 46 Ciitonsville 21 36 poly 34 lllfl H11111 plu 11111t11l111t11l lllllCll to the 1l11i11l's 35 CRY , 27 33 Gonzaga 45 V , i. 'I 1 I VIN 42 Alumni 20 26 St. Paul 28 N 1114s II11 4111111111 111111 mls lx111 1 .1111 .1 xtlle 28 poly 31 42 Calvert Hall 33 g llltl llll lull l1 lllflllllx 111' uvllllllllllli .blot-" Isianlpgrlef 25222 1 ul 1111115' Zlll t'llCllly5 rv- 33 Cawert H311 20 44 Loyola 47 1 1 tl , ..: tl ' ,A ' 55 Park 28 50 McDonogh 31 I ll L UL ml M U l Uma H1 21 Patterson 23 34 Loyola 32 ml lllll Nl tllx sux 111 11 that ll11'1'1- was Ilt'X'L'l' 47 Gilman 38 31 C31-,en H311 25 1 1 1 N S111-111c1l we-ll 1lllllk'l' 33 Loyola 28 29 Gonzaga 55 Jim Ward, John Gimma, Captain Tony Lipton, o Delcher. Second row: jim Baker, Dick Reitz, JAYVEE BASKETBALL - First row: Ken Kroneberger, jim Kalski, Ralph Balda, Jim Balda, jim O'Connor, Bill Eder, Jim Kirchner, Fred Brandt, Bill Hessenauer, A1 Ward. Second row: Brother Eric, Franny Hal- ligan, Bob Murr, Frank Malin- owski, Buster Smith, Bill Beck, joe Colbourn, and Charlie Mag- gio. THE UNUEHSUUAU UUINT5 tul L iusaclers cxtenclecl their unfathom t Jinx lo tover the jayvee haskethallers antl still St .Ioe's junior courtmen tell into tht sunt spot that was their lot the year hefore seconcl place in the private school division. Yictors in lo out of I3 hattles. Brother lfric's mils estahlisheil the hest recorcl of any 'lay tsketlmall quint. ln fact, the lads fashioned a l3game winning streak lmefore the tirusatlers uniors knocked them ot? 20-33 to force the priv- ttt race into a tleatllock. Then in the playoff for tlu sectional crown, St. l'aul's again triumphed. t tiom St. l'aul's, no other five gave bu t hoop-artists a run for their money. y ig vu iun-away verdicts over iylarylanrl St loo 72-7. 53-20, the hasketers pro- cttl to hountt l.oyola. 20-14. l'ark. 57-9. St ' vert Hall, 42-13, St. Klartin's, N uit 022. liilman, ol-10. Sacred Heart 9 yyluk sm' to Monastery, 34-30. This is . 1 s tolloyutl hy the initial St. laul sethack, hut tht ltuls hit their striile again cloyvning Holy ityis 4-l 29 l.oyola. 52-31, aucl 44-20 and 4 The curtain came clown with tht pltyott toi the tlivision title which saw St l tul s stoit 1, nu tloom the .lays to secoiul place loiu nil lhll llt thnci mtl guarcls lien lironeherger antl stti Smith tomposetl the starting unit for these tcly tltmon tye hoopsters with latls like tiharlit '. , . 1 Nl iggio lull lflt r. lloh Nlurr, Ililly llessenauer liumy llllli ui lxllph llaltla. l"rauk Nlalzmow- i lim lxtl li intl lirewl l-rantlt really to lenrl t tn the occasion arose. 'ck antl Okie flikillllllttf. center At the entl of the campaign piyotman Kirchner was electecl to the varsity anrl saw action in the Latholic Tourney. LITTLE EAEL5 Brother llilary's outlet for ambitious frosh- soph haskethallers, the l.ittle Ciaels, hranchecl out to welcome a "big hrother" quint this past year. and these Goliath-like cagers were aptly cluhheil the llig Gaels. Though neither quint compiled a record worth writing home almout. hoth tlisplayetl a ready eagerness to learn, and this quality kept the latls always on the go anrl full of entlmsiasm. The pint-sizers usually contented themselves in hattling midget aggregations from the local high antl parochial schools, while the heavyweights, several of whom were fugitives from other sports just keeping in condition, pitterl their wiles against frosh-soph clnhs of other high-schools. lligh spots of the campaign for the young ilrih- hlers were triumphs over St. llaul 25-IN. anfl Cial- vert llall 27-21 avenging an earlier sethack. 4 lther noteworthy successes were gainerl at the expense of St. Nlartin's 38-30, autl Monastery 30-13. llowcver, the most satisfying victory came in the scason's finale when they lamhastefl the nnheaten 'lunior lloarrlers, a resiclent stuclent tive ZW-20. llanny XXI-her, .l2lL'tIlIl'S llcrnier, Nlike Zhroxv- ski. -lim XYhite anfl .-Xl lilafltling performefl yvell for the hig quintet. as rlitl .Xl .-Xtlanis, -lim lllnrig- ht-it. llill tD't'onnor, .Xiuly Klcfolgan anrl tiarl lfpple. lfor the little larls the work of Klolm llen- uegan, llick Renehan, Nlike l'opoli, llill lloover, black Conelius, l'at l'lyun, lonv llialczak, llolt Quigley antl .lohn Roherts tleseryes special men- lion. LITTLE GAELS-First row: Leo Tewey, Jerry Cugle. Pat Flynn, Mike Popoli, John Hen- negan, Tony Bialczak, james Hoover, Bob Quigley. Brother Hilary. Second row: Al Glad- ding, Frank Hayes, Joe Greene, Dick Renehan, Jack Conelius, Andy McColgan, Joe Obrigkeit, Tony Markowski. Third row: Al Adams, Paul Brown, Dan Weber, Charles O'Connor. Carl Epple, Mike Zbrowski, Joe Turner, jim White. ON THE ALERT-Clever net-minder Ned Furst staved off this Forest Park threat by stopping the shot. Bernie Appel and Clary Reisler are the defense men. THE IEE BHUHE Soniething new popped up in I'laltin1ore sehol- astie hoekey this year i11 that St. Ioe lost a hockey eontestf- Zllltl not only tl1at. hut the usually 'lil- x'i11eil1le tiaels also dropped the league Cllillllllitlll- ship, tl1e first time this has happened i11 four YC'll'4 , , , . . N es. ht. -Ioe s lCL'lllCll finally went the way of all flesh. For after 21 consecutive l'lllli'SllL'CCSSt'S which saw tl1e fiaels snare 3 state diadeins a11d 2 legs o11 flll' Harvard Cup, coveted trophy sym- liol nl' prep hockey mastery, the Purple a11d Creain 1Jllt'li-CllIlSCl'S howed to the subsequent titlists, lforest Park, in a hitterly-f'ougl1t 4-3 battle. This setluaek coupled witl1 a -1-3 defeat at tl1e hands of' Loyola, i11 their next gaine, put the damper Ull Gael title dreams. 'lllltlllgll a 2-l lfllllllllll over the Foresters i11 a later e11gagen1e11t stalled off the IT SHALL NOT PASS-Chewing his lip with determination, goalie Furst clears the elusive puck. Ned was named on the second All-Maryland ice sextet by the "Sun." deciding of tl1e flag ehase lllllil the season's finale VVllC1l tl1e crown went to the fireenies hy a one- point lllllfglll. Howerei' i11 tl1e llaryard Cup Series, aninlal playoffs for lllt' lftllhlll' presented hy li2IlllIlltiI'C'S Harvard alumni. Tony fXlltlCl'SlillyS lnoys did a neat reversal of forni to paste l'oly. 3-I. Hut in tl1e tourney finals despite lll'l-llllllllC'l' l"urst's hack hreaking efforts. tl1e lireen tireinlins popped 11p evefywhere to cop tl1e iil'llllSUll award for lforest Park to the tune of a 6-O Count. first tiael white- wash in three years. Yet. the Gaels retained their perennial SllIll'Clll- aey i11 tllll6l' tlCllZll'lll'lt'l1fS of play. Their 38 goals in eight games gave the111 tl1e loop lCIlflt'TSlll1H i11 tl1e scoring Elltl of things. Right wing Fflllllly l"iek's 22 points during tl1e regular eainpaign VARSITY HOCKEY LEAGUE GAMES St. joe 6 Poly St. joe 7 Calvert Hall St. joe 5 Loyola St. Joe 3 Forest Park St. Joe 3 Loyola St. joe 8 Calvert Hall St. Joe 2 Forest Park St. Joe 4 Poly HARVARD CUP SERIES St. joe 3 Poly St. joe 0 Forest Park VARSITY HOCKEY-Coach Mr. An . , Owens, Dick Dutton, Bernie Appel, Don Hillary, Captain Joe Tarr, jack Carolan, Brother Norman. derson, Manager Charlie Herbert Franny Fick john Mohler, jack lIllllFl'Il him 1lN1la'a' pucla-a'li:Isa'1' hi Iha' a'i1'a'1IiI. whila' allliclaly :mal a111ia'Il-v alispossaws him Ill- Iha' puvla la'I'I wing llia'la llllllllll :mal l'1lIllZllll'k'L'lllL'l4 Alva' :mal slirwa' iI zisiala' lru Ima' ill- his lll'l-K'llSk'lllK'll. 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'l'ha'sa' lCL'llll'L' In Iha' lbllllll-l1lllYllIQ la':1fla'r ln :nlaliliam Iwu. llilClil'll up lu' 1'a'sa'rx'a's ,l:la'la I lwcns :mal .lilllll Iha' spa'a'aly wing was k'llIlFL'll on Iha' liznllimawa' Nlavlilcr. g'I1:1I'ala'al Iha' lizIa'l pairIi4m of Iha' ia'a' :Is .S'1a11'.a' .'Xll-l.a':1gIIa' six. lillillli' l'lIll'5l. wing lllllllbll. il' it wa'1'a'IlIa'irl:IsI a':Ir-Ia1laa'n. .Xml when l'lll'Illj' :mal ala'fa'i1sa'm:m lQa'isla'1' wa'1'a' sa'la'a'Ia'al ani Iha' Iavrwzmls alial a'x':1ala' Iha'i1' VVZllClIflll a'ya'. gavzll- sa'a'm1alIa'zImufIha'sxima':Igg1'a'g:1Iiani. l1'llIli'I' Neal l"ursI zIppniilIa'al himsa'lI' :I HllC'lIl2lll Raising Iha' k'l1l'lZllll with sm imp1'a'ssix'a' li-l a'a1mmiIIa'a' In wa'la'avma' Iha' wamlal-ha' sa'm'a'r into triumph awcr :I well-ra'g:I1'ala'al l'a1l.x' sa'xIa'I, SI. his humhla' alavmzliii, hut Iha'i1 woulal prawa'a'a'fl Ian -lava' sa'a-ma-cl rla'sIina'fl Io ln'a'a'za' Ilmvugli Iha' lamp LAST MINUTE INSTRUCTIONS-The frontline of Fick, BEHIND THE BLUE LINE-These stalwarts, Clarence Tarr and Dutton confers with the ice brain trust duo of Mr. Reisler and Bernie Appel spearheaded the Gael defensive setup Anderson and Brother Norman. ' ' ' and did lt wlth aplomb. -cm-f MELEE Don Dutton and ENCIRCLEMENT-Captain GOAL-Don goalie Brust sal Franny Fick give Loyola's goalie joe Tarr sweeps gracefully past vages the rubber from the net as Brust and his mates an anxious Forester net guardian Morgan- the Gael attackmen head back moment. stern in quest of the puck. again. A 7-l mastery of Calvert Hall in their next encounter provided added assurance to this statement as the l'urple skaters notched their 19th consecutive victory into the records. Then came a close 5-3 verdict over l.oyola's scrappy hand for nuniher 20 . . . Then next canie lYaterloo, Forest l'ark and the hursting of a nice pipe dream when the Foresters huinhled our pucksters 4-3 despite a gallant Fight hy Captain 'l'arr, who tallied all 3 goals . . . Loyola added insult to injury hy catching us on the rehound and tahhing a 4-3 defeat on our dignified tlanks , . . liut then winless Calvert Hall popped up and our heroes went on an 8-1 scoring spree in a contidenee- regaining manner . . . Forest Park was jolted 2-l in the Cilllllllllglle hardest fought hattle which saw Fick and Reisler suffer cuts in the savage fighting for the puck . . . The regular campaign came to a successful close with a 4-2 victory over l'olY. HINH CU-CHAMPS Unly Gael winter sportsters to avoid a last- ganie tumhle were the jayvee ieers, who hattled their way into a championship tie with Forest Park when the Greenies howed to Calvert Hall. lt was the third straight year the young Purple puck-chasers, now coached hy lirother Norman, have had a thunih in the title pie. Five triumphs-over Calvert Hall fi-l and 3-lg Poly, 4-2 and 5-2 and l.oyola 3-Ogand a l-l standotif with the Foresters made up the credit side of the juvenile -losephites' ledger. Decisions were dropped to Forest Park 6-3 and l.oyola 2-1. l'int-sized Toni XYagner rattled in ll points, -lim Seheel and 'lack Doyle tallied 61 and Charlie Herhert 5. XYagner, Herhert and jerry Knight formed an effective front line while Doyle and Bernie Stang formed a harrier around goal- inindcr .lack lirust. tlther luminaries were .lack llutly, Hill Red- inond, -lack Rohinsou, Frank linhach. lioh Fick and Harry Xlleetenkanip. JAYVEE ICE CHAMPS-First row: J. Doyle, B. Stang, W. Redmond, W. Russell, F. Imbach, E. Kramer, J. Robinson. Second row: Brother Norman, j. Brust, E. Kane, J. Scheel, C. Herbert, J. Duffy, G. Knight, R. Fick, Mr. Anderson. FRESHMEN-First row: E. Von Paris, A. Bialzak, W. Collins, j. Witkowski, j. Hennegan, M. Wright, P. Cavanaugh, j. Hoover, G. Kreigerg Second row: L, Tewey, j. Hudson, H. Hoffman, L. Brokos, W. Roche, j. Lockard, D. Betz, j. Zamostny, L. Schultzg Third row: R. Earehart, W. Schley, E. Kazmierski, E, Kerr, P. Brown, j. Gresdo, M. Grutowski, W. Conklin. R. Quigley. F ROSH KEGLERS-Seven of the bowlers are pictured above. First row: Al Ray, jim Fogarty, jim Murphy, Gerry Bialkowski, and jim Miller: second row: Tom Healy and joe Meadow, Absent when the above pix was taken were: joe Linardi, joe Primrose, George Knarr, john Davis, Lou Winkleman, Frank Vyskocil, john Renehan, and Ellwood Martin. All scholastic matches were bowled at the Charles Alleys. jim Murphy boasted the highest individual set and game. BOWLERS lliltctt tht- tlttst lt:ttl t'lt':tt't'tl :tltt-t' tht- ttirritl St. ,lock tlttcltpitt sttillvrs stztrtt-tl tttl' mt tht-ir lt'tt-tt':ttIl truslt txtgt- tttcv. clztsw l-li hzttl twtimptwl lrttl lt-g lui' tltwvtvttittg' ttittt' out wt' their twt-lu' vit lwth tht' rcgttlstt' scztwtt lczttl :ttttl tht- lhtztl ttvttrttt-y. twvtttttt-rs. lht' lntwltis wt't'tt tliritlt-tl itttfv :t thin tit' littttttt-t'-tip itt tht- tuttritzttttt-tit was rtttntt l-li :mtl ttwtttts with 'lim Xlillcr. 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SS. l'hilip :mtl glztmcs, St. 'l'lttntt:1s', tht' t-ztitxtts In ltztytt his lirst ixlllmtltlcttl gmtl wt-tit tm Nt Xl'trx"s tit' titwztit-. S:tt'rt-tl llt-ztrt. St. llttmi- In tztltt' tht' t't'tvxt'tt itt tht- H5-ptttttttl txtigltt flztss. tticls, St. Ittsctmltk til l.t't- Strt-ct. :tml St. lit-t'ili:t. N TROPHY WINNER-joe Podles, clever welter- ! weight. was honored as best boxer in the South At- lantic Prep and High School Boxing Tourney. GOOD CROWD-A large portion of the nearly 200 St. joe Parochial School League cagers showed up for this cage group picture. PRIVATE SEHUUL fr xr 161- fiffgfgilff St. Joe's diamond demons were headed by a new mentor this season. Mr. John Plev- yak, varsity and jayvee soccer coach, took over the reins after Br. Vincent became a superior in Kentucky. fleftj Coach Plevyak chats with sole veteran, George Eikenberg. fright, Up from last year's jayvee came the promising quartet shown beneath the new scoreboard: Vic St. Mar- tin, Johnnie Herbert, Gene Gabardine, and Duck Har- rington. Background for the com- posite at left was that me- morable St. Joe-Poly game of a year back. The smiling two- some in the upper-left are Jose Prado and John Geppi. The two earnest receivers on the right are Bud Shipley and Charlie Maggio. In the fore- ground Tony Lipton displays hurling form as Manuel En- ciso, Jim Oltman, and Tom Healy watch with a critical eye. Varsity baseball-First row: J. Geppi, C. Maggio, T. Lip- ton, J. Prado, J. Herbert, V. St. Martin, D. Harrington, B. Shipley. Second row: Coach Plevyak, G. Gabardine, G. Eikenberg, J. Woytowitz, J. Poole, V. Tallarico, J. Kreft, G. Miller. Third row: R. Jett, J. Owens, C. O'Toole, T. Healy, C. Hodge, J. Hooke, J. Oltman, J. Trageser. Fourth row: M. Enciso, R. Lawder, C. Lorenz, B. Appel. EHAMPS U THE UIAMU U lfinisliiug' with a rush after tlropping two early Martin, lluek llarrington, George liikenlnt-rg anrl conference tilts, Klr. I'levyal4's varsity nine earnetl .lim Kirchner: the catching stall' inelurlecl Charley for itselt' the liatholie :mtl private school ilianioutl Xlaggio anrl llurl Shipley. while :Xll-Nlarylantler titles. 'l'ietl at league's eutl with l.oyola, the Gaels ,lolm Herlrert. ,loe l'rarlo. .lolm tieppi anrl ,lack etlgecl the Dons in a clivisioual playotl' 4-2 with Carolan patrollerl the pastures. Nlounrl ret-orfls courageous Tom llealy twirling magnilieent hall. show Tom Healy with 4-2, hlim Ultman 3-3 antl Hut l'oly's classy lfngineer squacl earrierl oh' the Ray l.awrler l-O. final titular series, 5-4 ansl .w-O, ln conference frays the .lay nine lmesterl Kle- foaeh l'leyyali, who sueeeetlerl llrolher Yin- Donogh 3- aucl -l-ll iiilmau 12-7 :mtl -l-2. 'liht' eent, founrl himself with only one veteran. Cap- latls split with their Catholic rivals, with talvert tain George lfikenlmerg, All-Klarylancl shortshop. llall 9-10 and 4-33 :mtl with l.ovola 0-l :mtl l-O, Lonfereuee champs for the past live years, the l'urple junior varsity lmasehallers were tinally uosecl out for the jayyee state crown this year hy a , . . . l olv time which mppetl them 5-4. Brother Nor- man's tossers eclgecl Nlellcmogh 4-2. l.oyola 7-4. Calvert llall 4-3 and t'ity tv-2 in loop tilts. lfrom such performers as .lim XYhelau, Ilan Donohue, Brother Norman, who also busies himself with math and grid coaching, succeeded Brother George Francis as coach of the junior nine. At right he seems happy as can- didates Harry Weetenkamp, Joe Conway, Buster Smith, and Al Ruzin smile approval. The 1044 jayyees provitlecl him with the hulk of Outside the loop the Ciaels cliyiclerl two with l'at- his talent. ln the aee inlieltl eorclou were Yie St. tersou 2-l aml 4-5. UNDEHSUUAD NINES Mel XYright, Don Ament aml llarry Weetenkanip shoulcl rome eapahle varsity men. Not to he outrloue, the freshmen hail their own ten team tliamoncl eireuits. ln the yearlings' hartl- liall contests, the crown went to class l-ll, while homerooms 1-:X :mtl 1--I tieal forthe softlmall ilia- clem. The l-rl larls also swept the post-season tourney in the latter sport. AL '1111' 1'11'1'11X11- 11-11 1'11'11'111-11 111 111' 11'X1'1111 1111111. 1111111111 1111111'11 1111 1-19411111 1 -V 5 1 ,W . 11 11111I1'1'11'1'1'1111'Z1111r1'1l1I1flX1l1x11'1I1l, 1111111111-11-1111-111.11 1111 11.111x1.1111111111111 11111 11 VII 1111 11111 1,111 11111111111111111 11 11111111 11111111 11111111111 11Il1'I'1 1'1'11'1-111:1111-1111- .X11-S1111 N1111Zl11, U .5 5 14 - 111-111111111-1 111'111-1'- 11ll111111'1'1'115111-1'111111'1'1'111k1'111111111'1111'1 111.l11I1' 111111111, ,1111 ' ' 111 111111 1111Q1 '1':11'1', 111111 1Q1'lN11'lA, 111111 111111113 11l11I 111-1.1111-, 1'1':11111 111- . 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Mr. Anderson and Brother Marinus: a rather green squad bol- stered by 1944 jayvee men who finished second in the state meet, the usual dual meets climaxed by the Maryland Scholastic meet at Homewood in late May that was the 1945 track setup. Some vets go through their paces above. Jim O'Donnell poises for a vault . . . Bob Murr tosses his weight around . . Jim Bittner displays discus form Charlie Comeau and Gre Merson set the a . . . g . ' - p ce . . . Hurdler Tom McDonagh was a big point winner. Track candidates include First row: D. Gallagher, A. Rizzutti, E. Agnes, J. O'Donnell, G. McQuay, C. Comeau. W. O'Brien, L. Williams S White G Mer- son. J. Bittner. M. Coughlin, R. Murr. G. Brown. J. Kuhn. Second row: R. Lynne, H. Rittermann. T. Conelius, M. Gerlach. J. Fulenwider. D. Williams, W. Welsh, I. Buppert, F. Samborski, T. McDonagh, F. Siedlecki. J. Bentley, W. Novak, T. Maxwell. Third row: M. Popoli: W. Long, D. Mattingly, F. Magro- gan, J. Spence, H. Abremski, D. Tebo. R. Raubenstine. M. Prevots. F. Kirchner, J. Nollmeyer, F. Pirog, F. Panzer, R. Sobus, S. Krizan. J. Izdebski. Fourth row: G. Watkins, J. Strohecker. B. Brown. G. Biedronski, S. Andrykes J. Buckler, R. Ricketts, R. Downey, R. Maurer, G. Strohecker, J. McGovern, J Smyth. E. Fitzsimmons, J. Fitzgerald R. Wills. Fifth row: J. May, P. Culotta A. Amereihn, J. Davis. E. Budahazy, P. Bopp, J. Kehl. W. Gilbert, R. Wilhelm W. McComas. F. McQuay, C. O'Connor, M. Chojnowski, G. Sills, W. Poffel, F Rehak, V. Domina. Sixth row: D. Crogan, C. Jordan. A. Olert, Ed Krastell, J. Yae er, J. W'll' , R. . ' ' ' g 1 iams Kuczak Standing. Brother Marinus, Mr. Anderson. i 1 I Q- J Z I X lg iq. ali .lf E E Ie ? 1 XX -A -1 1 , V fl. 5 P lp 1 'Pl 1 ' 2' fy, T ' at , 'J JN Q1 X'?EEQflbi1j1X 3 1 11 v' I i ! iii '11qn- S fl -1 'Q L1 Q5 K 1 -aw R ""' "WI . H . A my sr, A 1 ,,.' - I - - 1 . 71x w'?'f'Q 'M 'ff' ""' 'K N A what gs ount Saint goseph f? 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Q FERRURRY GRRRS 1'1l'1l1'llZl1'y Z was 1111- '111g I11Q1111 1111 S111111- 1111111 .11-1-1-11-11111-11 11111s w1111 1111111 1111-11 1:l11Zl1 e111'111'c 1111 1111- 1111111113 st11g1-. .-X111-1 111111' 1'l'2l1'S 111 1111111 XVll1'1i 11111 111111-11-111111Q 111-1's1-v1-11-111-1- 1111- 1111111-1111 gl'2111S 1L'L'L'1Yl'l1 1111-11 1UI1QL'11'1.111' S111-1-11s11111s 111111 1111111 1111-11' 111111-1-s Illllllllg 1111- s1'111'1-s 11111111 s1-1111-s 111 5111111 I1Il'.S 11111111 Zl1111ll1l1. ,-X1 3:1111 11'1'1111'11 1111 1111- 11111, XY1l1'11 1111- 111111711111 1111 1w1111-. 1111- 111'111111 s1-111111s 111111 1111-11 111gg1-51 1111111. 1v1I1UI'l11I1211L'1X' 1-11-11 1111- s111-1-11-1111 1-11111's1- was 11111 NlI1111C1K'I1l 111 11111111 1111 111 11111s11 111111 S1-11-1111 111 111115 111-11- 111 1111s1-111111 111 1111- 1111-111111111111111 1-16111. 151-- N111l'S 1111- 1111111 1111111-1111s 1111 1111- s111g1-, 1111-1'1- 111-11- 11511 111111111-1 1lsw11111, 1'1'11v1111'1111. 11l'11111l'1' 111114 11l1l11l1111'VV, 11L'1l11111ZlS11'1', 111'l1111C1- 111-11111, 1J11'1'Cl1l1' 111 S1ll1111'S. 111111 1111- g1l1's1 N1JL'2l1iL'1'. 111-1. w111s1-1111 11, K11x-X111s11-1' Eb., 1'1'1111-fs111 111 P11111151111115 111 1111- Q1111111111' 1'1111'1-11111' 111111 XZlVCl'1Zll1 1111111-g1-. '11l111S 111- 11111' 11111-11111-11 11111111111-111111 w1-11- 11l'2lX'V11 '1'111- ev1-11111g's 111111-1-1-11111gs w1-11- 11111-111-11 w1t11 1111- 112l1l11'S 1111111111111 Ill'1'Zll1QC'I11L'I11 111- "'l'111- Slill' S111111g11-11 1'12l11I1L'1'.n 11111111-1111111-11' 1111111w111g, 11111111 N1111111-1, 1'111ss S2l1ll12l1U1'1ZlI1, s11-11111-11 111 1111- 111111' 11g111s 111111 g11v1- 111s 11l11ll't'SS1Y1' 111421111111 1-1111111-11, 1.111111 111 1111x'e1'11111e111." A111-1 il l'1l1g1IlQ' 11111111111s1- 1111- 1SSl11Ilg 111 1111- 1111111111111s 111-g1111 w1111 111'11I11L'1' 1'1t'l'11l1I1 Zl1111lll1IlC1l1g 211111 1a1Al1t1lf'1. 11ww11111 111-s111w- 111g 1111- 1l1'CC11lllS 11111-111111-111s 111 1111- 1-11111-11 s1-111111s. 'l'111-11. 1111- 2lNV1l1'11111Q 111 s111-1'1111 11ll11Il1'S c11s111-11. -1111111 1'1l1gC1'S 111111 .11111 1.1g'111I11'1'. 1-111'11111111111 1111111- :1g1-1 111111 111111111g1'11111111- 1-1111111 1'1-s111-1'11v1-1y, w1-11- Q1X'C'11 11111111-111111 1lXYZ1I'11S 1111 1111-11' 11111s1111111111g XY1l1'1i 1111 1111- 70115 1111111111 'l'11t1'1'1'. 1111 1111111111-1-11. 341111115 1-1111111 111 1111- Quill, 111511 1'1-1-1-111-11 ll S111-C1111 111111-11 signifying 1-1111111-111 VXI1'2l-C111'1'1l'1112l1' 11111.11 111 1111- '111111-1121115110 111-111. 17111111-1' N112-X111s11-1 1111-11 11lli1i 1111- 1'11S11'llIl1 111111 111-11v1-11-11 ll 51-111111s 111111 11-11g1111' 11L'L'1Z11'Zl1111l1 1111 1111- 1111111111e 111111 s111111111 111- 111111-11 11lVV2ll'41 1Il11' 1-111-11111-s 111 1111- 1111s1-w111 W111111. 1111- s1111j1-1'1 was 1111111- 111111-15' 111111 11111111111111111- 1111 1111- 111'1'11s11111. As Z1 11111116 111 1110 L'VC111l1g.S 1-X1-1'1'1s1-s, .121L'1i 1111- g1-1s. 1:C1lI'l12l1'f' 11111-1111'1111'11111. 51111110 1111 1.111111 111 1C1111c11t11111" w111c11 v1'11s 1-1111111x1-11 111' El s1111'1-1'1- 11111-- wc-11 11111111-ss 111 1111- 11ss1-1111111-11 12lCl1111' 111 1111- R11111111. 1-X11111111g'11 1111- g1'1l11112l111II1 1-X1-11'1s1-4 w1-1'1- 11111 111'- 1'1111111111111-11 115' 1111- 1'11s111111111y S1111-1111111 111111 11111- 1111111-1' 111 1111- 1.j'1'lC 11111' 111' 1111- 11511111 n1111w 111 1-x- 1'11e1111-111 111111 X'1QH1'. 1111-11 11-11' :41I1I1l11L'11j' was 111 COMMENCEMENT-Acceleration paid off for FAREWELL-Valedictorian jack Engers fbelowj thirty lads Copposite pageb who received early diplo- bade adieu for the midsemester men. Bill Schneider mas from Provincial Brother Oswald. Night before. was his june counterpart. john Mohler and Larry the Alumni had feted the grads Cbelowj with a steak Lyng gave the two salutatories for the 1945 classes. dinner, - 1 emrsit-3113 51. -mg time 111111 ll1ll'Illllllj' with the i1111'p11s11 111' 1111 111'- Kltllllllk Illllllllll. 1'1'l111'11tc1l g1'111l1111ti1111. 111111 tht- yllllllg lllt'll lL'IlX'illQ lil'1Illlt'1' flswnhl, Ill'tIX'llll'iJll. 1l1'li1'1-V1-sl :1 fvw their s1'h1111l lift-I11-l1ii11l lllL'lllt'Xt'IllIllilll'll 1I11-1l1-- wwrfls 1111 ll scriutts llttll' that tht- gI'Jl1lllIllk'H lt'l'llllll2llilllI 111111 L'llllllISlZlSlll Ill- .'Xi11111'i111111 youth -sl11111l1l hc Illt'l'l 111 1111-1111'r11:1l V1-i'iti1-Q, .-Xml 1ll'll'l' Quill! l-Ul'XYlll'tl 111 l.llL'L' tht- piwrlilciiis of il lllZlllll't' Il hrivt' 5lll'l'L'll hy lllll' llR'ilfllll1l5lt'l', lil'Ulllt'I' lim'- VVt1l'ltl, tl111l11111t'w, liillwrt li11l1ll1t'Cli. Cizlss Ill't'X5' uf IU-LS' 1111 the night lll'L'L'CtllllQ the g'l'Zl4lll2lli1Ill, thi- Q'ZlYL' thc Iirst 111' his tlllli 111' frm-wt-ll NlIt't'k'llt'5. Zllllllllli it-11-tl tht' l7cl1i'1i111'y g1'111l1111ti11g' class with 'l'l1ei1. l.Ill'l'l' Schzux 111' tht' 11w111'1ls 1'11111111itt1'1' ut 21 stiiiipttious Slt'2lli h11i11l111'I ht-hl in the Klmiiitl the Zllllllllll 11ss111'i11ti1n1 1111-st-1111-tl-l:11'I4 Ifiigvix 111111 llillillg h11ll. .xl-ll'l' :til Ill'L'Sl'lll h:11l llL'L'lllj' 1lL'lllt'1l 'limiy l.lIll1lll with twu :Xlllllllli Sl'IllS f111'tl11-ir1111t- the Sllllllly 111' rt-ml points, Klztrk KVI l111'11, 111'1'si1l11i1t Sllllllllllg' 1'1-cfmls 111' cxt1'11-1'ti1'1'i1'11l:11' 111'1iviti1's 111'- uf thc Jxlllllllli .-Xss111'i11ti11i1. f11i'11111ll1' lX'L'lL'11lllC1l tht- C4llllllZllliL'4l hy high s1'l111l11sti1' Ilt'lllk'Yl'llll'lllN, 'IH1111' 111'1'cl1-1'11t1-sl lllllw into tht- 1'x1'l11six'c l'l'1lllll uf the Zlloll lYllll tht' lh'11tl11-1' l'illgL'llL'll'Hl1llj'. TRANSITION-Right after midyear graduation came the prom where Jim Lightner and friend enjoyed themselves im- mensely. 1l'l 101 U s l J ,:L',:. sb f px l px. M! 'K , lill.lllflQ'l' Ci. fiOl.l7l:llfL'li St. Michael's . . . Goldie . . . senior president . . . Felt grad . . . Quill sports editor . . . jayvee foothall . . . varsity chucker . . . New York Giant farmhancl , . . ranks Mattingly Spalding top author . . . most popular. tilftllifilf XY. lQllilfNBlfRG St. Katherine's . . . Ike . . . second vice-president . . . varsity soccer . . . Midget and varsity baseball . . . ,L worked his way up from Midgets to varsity hasketlxall . . . likes Shakespeare and English . . . quiet and quick, . 5 Ions rx. itmcemns, nc. , . I . . T t -'---'--' St. Vli1lllCS . . . ,lack . . . first vice-president . . . Tower W , executive . . . lielm valedietorian . . . Crusader . . . speaker . . . jayvee gridder . . . jazz fiend . . . most likely to succeed . . . Sports Centre . . . surgical Career . . . a scholar . . . handsome. l v NVlLl.lpXM N. SCHNlClDlfl4 Sacred Heart . . . Bill . . . corresponding secretary . . . ten capable fingers in every pie . . . Mount Tower mogul . . . honorman . . . Quill artist .... -Xee orator. . dehator . ., R.-Xnrc. . . "George Spelvinu lmest ., scholar. ' if , jonx R. Moulin M-ISC Prep . . . johnny . . . recording secretary . , . I ,,:,, three year gridder . . . all-Maryland pivotman . . . X switched from tennis to lacrosse Salntatorian at ' lfelm cmiminencenient . . . radio ham and electrical engineer. 11 joux rx. iiiciziaizm. pe. Newport, Maryland . . . Herb . . . class treasurer . . . played on all Mount football teams . . . slugging ont- tielder . . . that Brockton trip . . . southern Maryland sqnire , . . five day boarder . . . Catonsville weekends . . . soft-spoken. , J -. ...,..,.' i ' K t 2 R 35, i , 1 mu 'HD IEE 'ex ' fr W bmw- ,lf -' vi 'gal 1 -"' A i s -.-x I' ' JJ VET' 1 1- -4a :::- B "M-Q.. ii Q Hi as qfngpr l 3 ' En in Q n is N' Q t 4 I I7 iq 4 .Q G U " twig . lj El ,U ggi U l2f'r', U 7. if BIZRNARD AX. AXPPIEL St. Rliehael's Overlea . . . Bernie . . . tall, modest. blond, and a power-house fullback with built-in shoulders . . . also ice and track stalwart, senior committeenian shower room warbler . . . famed for long touchdown romps. 'FHUMQXS P. .-XlQ'l'liL'R Good Counsel . . . Crusader . . . shntterbug . . . "Heaven must wait till '-15," happy lad with a host of friends and weakness for bookkeeping and milk shakes . . . longs for weekends. .LXMIES li. llklilfli SS. Philip X james . . . Bimbo. alias ,lim . . . carrot- topped radio statistician . . . Quill big-wig and Tower sports editor . . . varsity eager . . . jayvee baseball . . . took Quill and Scroll medal . . . most earnest. jOSlil'll DI. ll.XRNlCliliL St. lilizalzetlfs . . . Uncle joe . . . CSMC elass rep- resentative . . . a Parkville resident and golfer . . . camera club as frosh . . . would-be thespian . . . pro- nlath and anti-linglish . . . Navy . . . happy. WI LLLXM I". ll.XL'liR Little Flower . . . Bill . . . jayvee soccerite . . . cross country runner back when . . . projection club . . . pigeon fancier . . . pal of Davis and Healy . . . devotee of baseball and drafting. ROBERT L. BEAM St. Rose of Lima . . . Bob . . . Brooklyn boy but no Dodger fan . . . four years at soccer . . . hair- raising ee-nter forward . . . quite a dancer . . . jayvee basketball. RICHARD BICTZ St. Mary's Govans . . . Dick . . . R.A. man . . . library clubber . . . sleeper deluxe . . . half of the Bradley duo . . . ex-auto owner . . . favors history, basketball, .-Xl Capp, and Govaus. OTTU C. IEFYICR St. joseplfs Monastery . . . senior committee . . . library staff ..., 'X-l actor . . . Crusader standby . . . bandsman . . . elocntionist . . . those Birds . . . Guy Lombardo . . . math his favorite subject. "CAN YOU TIE THAT?" Frank Nayden asks Don Wil- liams before picture taking. Don obliges as Al Nemzek beams and Paul Myers backs him up. Q54 ri am Tweety? -f M U qv: ,AI ,Lil el ffiilgl ali """'-""'--- 1' -. fi 51" il equi ' -f at .Tiff :--" . I ,fXL.'fiL'S'l'lNlf ii. lll.Xl.liUXX'Slil Richmond, Virginia . . . Jerry . . . KX Club . senior committee . . . varsity kegler . . . football on the Midgets and Meatballs . . . tennist and scholar . . . avid reader , . . torn between college and Navy. CXRI. lf. llUli'l"l'ClllflQ Fourteen Holy Martyrs . . . Bet . . . Kensington lad . . . oratorieal contest entrant as junior . . . Crusader as soph . . . mustache . . . looks forward to that events ful june night at the Lyric. jill I N D. IBILXDFORD St. Maries . . . Dave . . . transplanted lYcst Yir- ginian . . . who went for junior basketball and sandlot football. the Columbian Squires . . . future lies in the Marines or medicine. JOHN M. IHRAXDLIQY St. Mary's Ciovan's . . . Murph . . . homeroom chair- man , . . elocution contest as junior . . . library club . . . Midget basketeer . . . "lYhere's I3etz?" . . . upper Govaus . . , prefers Rin Tin Tin as actor . . . quiet type. liOlrllClQ'l' P. IZROXYX St. lflizalmetlrs . . . limb . . . usher at lielnord . . . liaat llaltimorean . . . social life . . . football enthusi- ast . . . likes history, chop suey. and llarry James' trumpet . . . blond . . . left early for .-Xrmy. T.Xl.M.XDCilf bl. HRUXYN St. Martin's . . . Tal . . . CSMC swingster . . . vocalist an'l not had . . . "Me and Arnold" . . . his beard is his pride . . . peered at father using' his razor blades . . . Iidrller. jOH N lf. CXROIAN St. .'Xnn's . . . ,lack . . . senior committeeman . . . jayvce and varsity hockey . . . tryout with a minor league baseball nine . . . active . . . witty . . . St. .-Xnu's Social Club . . . Marine Corps bound. RICHXIQD X. C.-XSHICN lNl.J.S.C. prep . . . Cash . . . Crusader tive years . . . president of Legion of Decency . . . Senior Rambler . . . woman hater . . . public speaker . . . handyman around the house . . . favors physics, Virginia ham. FINISHED PRODUCT is studied by Jack Engers, Don Hillary and Bill Slattery, three of the handsome Zamsky models as they loll on the front steps. vw- 1: Q F " . . . 'R vov.:""g ' 'S -. S' N S pwulf msilf' sb viii' i JE 43:7 1 -. N - 4, - J..F"'4yr? FI! Q ne. A 'hqqy' ' r ,t . ss . 4 2 2 .,, . S'l'lCl'llliX hl. CKY,-XSlil-lS St. .-Xlphousus' . . . Root Beer. also known as Steve . . . Lithuanian historian deluxe . . . proud of the Greek in him . . . projection club . . . gets a kick out of Brother tiaruier and shorthand. .Xl.lilflQ'l' ll. L'HlQlS'l'OPl'llfR St. Thomas .Xquiuas . . . Chris . . . four year baud- man . . . toots a sweet trumpet . . . vice-prexy of parish social club . . . destination, Navy . . . "l need some gas" . . . a 4-ll man. liltillklill lf. L'l.YXlfS, illi. Immaculate Conception, Ruxton . . . Dick . . . busi- ness major . . . another shorthand admirer . . . also partial to history, chicken, Spencer Tracy, and Guy Lombardo . . . slow-spoken Southerner from 'l'ideu'ater Virginia. joux J. co.xDY Fourteen Holy Martyrs . . . two years in the band . . . one of the accelerated boys . . . just eats up math and hot dogs . , . "Stick with them Birds" . . . likes Navy blue and boogie Woogie. JOHN S. COINS Randallstown, Maryland . . . Cobis . . . remembered for elocution speech as a junior . . . resident athletics, football and bowling . . . good natured and mischievous . . . hunts in spare time. XY.XYNlf ll. COOKE St. Athanasius' . . . Cookie . . . arguing fiend . . . erstwhile handyman for the Quill . . . name on elocu- tion plaque . , . Cub football . . . sopb Crusader . . . "Now, out in Curtis Hay" . . . smooth dancer. -ixxllis J. coyxli St. l'atriek's . . . Napoleon . . . remember him as Zany Zadoc in '43 play . . . as au cloeutiouist, won tirst prize . . . Quillmau . . . public speaker . . . favors eareer as drama critic . . . deep voiced. joux J. owls St. Paul's . . . llave . . . varsity barrier . . .Cub halfback . . . bowler . . . jayvee track . . . big Gaelic grin . . , thrilled first time he read bis name in Quill . . . diminutive speech maker. LITTLE CHANGE HERE Marine Corporal Leo Gary '41 reports as he studies his own graduation portrait on a St. joe visit after South Pacific fighting. -ieoousiz i iff 3 M J 1 ::4'S's'-girl' X .J -FS X 'x?7.., l ll tiff Sl' . xikw 'l'. l'lllCS'l'lilQ DAVIS, .Ill llristow. Oklahoma . . . tlhet . . . temporary lrvingg- Ionian from the deep Southwest where "the corn is as high as an elenhants eye . . . lean and lanky , . . partial to cowboy boots. XYll.l.liXKl l'. DXYIS, lll Garrison Iunior High . . . l'at . . . library elub . . . Midget football . . . laerosst '.., golf . . . Senior Rambf lei' . . . radio enthusiast . . . gets the sheepskin in Feb- ruary . . . lforest Park lllJlllllflL'l '... big thrill: gradua- lion. ,lUSlfl'll li. Dli Nl'lVl'lS St. l.eo's . . . llasie . . . l'lymouth with six tires . . . "l'lI get it from lJeSanetis' '... Brother Garnier's Classes . . . ambitions . , . spaghetti and meatballs . . . hopes to don a Navy uniform. lllfX-l.XXllN li. .l3lfN'li St. llernard's . . . lien . . . RA two years . . . Quill reporter , . . eolleets war relies . . . historian . . . has a yen for Klaryland oysters, Bing, Army football team . . . always with Coyne. i il. lfl3XY.XlQlD DlfliliNl3lQRtilfR St. f1regory's . . . lioozy . . . senior committee . . . tiub baseball . . . "lJon't call me james!" . . . Gregorian Sorial Club . . . got a wliittle in October . . . favorite song: Ave Maria . . . just about six feet. .XNTIIONY Dli SAXNCTIS St. l.eo's . . . Tony . . . senior committee . . . always good for a joke , . . ravioli lover . . . frosh bowler . . . hoolclqeeping elass stirred up CPA. ambition . lie Nittis' double . . . hardworking scholar. l',XL'l. A. l3liYl.lX, -IR. I'hiladelnliia, l'euna . . .a laeonic Keystoner . . . Kappa tfhi . . . Crusader . . . dabhled in resident sports . . . tennist . , . carried a toreh for the basketball Splias, math, Lionel Hampton and Ingrid Bergman. 4 ,-XN'l'l'lUNY hl. lDlLfHl.XlQ,'X St. l'eter's . . , Tony . . . attended summer school preparing for February graduation . . . Navy bound , . . then college and the G. I. Bill of Rights . . . typing sneedster . , . Dickens' fan . . . an eager beaver. "BE PROUD OF ST. JOE" urged Air Force bombsight ex- pert Colonel Pat Ryan '23 before the Christmas assembly. Headmaster Brother Bartholomew introduces him to the school. o ' 1 I gr -Qian if El ogiisf- fiijipl 1 2 ii g'S3lt,J0e ksllf Q v DEH.- lllfliX.XlQl3 'lf lDllf'l'Z St. liatherine's . . . Bern . . . jayvee soeeer . . . horrows typing paper . . . quiet hlond with leaning toward hooks . . . enjoys religion elass, lienny Goodman, a steak, and Xlashington Redskins. lfL'tilfNlf IQ. DI Slf'l',X St. Leos . . . Jeep . . . Zoot hairent . . . R.-X . . . eamera elnh . . . soph glee eluhher . . . frosh bowler . . . passed Latin every month for two years . . . aspires to radio eareer. XYll.l.l.XKl li. DUXYNS St. lflizalmetlfs . . . Reds . - . aeademieian . . . two t'nlr grid seasons . . . frosh hasehall . . . favorite son uf lfast lialtiniore who seeks a Navy uniform . , . "Now, nhen l pass ehemistry . , . H 'Q ,ruins lx. liDliI.IiN St. lidward's . . . lloetor . . . one of the lfhoys . . . ig 3 Nlonnt Tower staff . . . Crusader . . . glee elub . . . mm! frosh football and hasehall . . . "'I'hose long poems!" . . . test tuhe devotee '... extrovert. IFRAXCIS Bl. lfkllill St. l'anl's . . . Frank . . . lacrosse crazy ..., ' Xrmy .Xir lforee hopeful . . . jayvee traek . . . makes hraeelets in metal class . . . anti-linglish poets and ties . . . Three Stooges admirer. l7R1XNC"lS ti. lilfli St. l3oininie's . . . Franny . . . an accelerated scholar with a quiet grin and a very adept way of raging loose hockey pueks . . . varsity high scorer . . . pitcher . . . radio class. .IOSICPPI li. FINKE St. james' . . . ,loe . . . the man with the car . . and the gas . . . senior Crusader . . . meehanic . . peered with English . . . hut metal shop, Oh Boy! . . . eats others' lunches. jmiiis J. I-'oGtxitTY St. Ann's . . . Fog . . . senior committee . . . Cru- sader . . . howler . . . pseudo-sheriff in '44 play . . . pillar of Quill . . . Cub haseball . . . camera and glee cluhher . . . editor of the St. Ann's "Anchor," DEWEY WAS FOR ROOSEVELT. At least frosh Dewey Kuhns Crightj claimed he was. Dewey scrutinizes the presi- dential vote along with Bill Volenick. ,fl -.. 5 -1 'X fir-X Qt fig re we tv - ,, ,xslt .. ILXYNIUND ll. l"R.XKlllTUN St. lirigid . . . Nleatball . . . four years in band . , . big blowlerj . . . Maryland State liuard . . . chef . . . yachting enthusiast . . . in fiction goes for sea narratives . . . balances the books . . . large. l'.UGl'.Xl'. l.. ti.Xl34XRlJlSl'. St. lflizalmetlrs . . . flabby . . . little kid with big smile and long arguments . . . mayor of Rossville . . . aggressive frontman for soccer squad . . . senior com- mittet -... diamond gardener . . . "Any typing paper?" Cilftllitil-2 I-. CLXRXIZY Sacred lleart . . . lilondie . . . Cub gridder . . . pin-up boy . . . eommntes from Dundalk way . . . a jitter- bugging jitterbug . . . the Paratroopers attract him . . . also social science . . . pilots a Terraplane. XYll,l,l.XKl ul. CLXUSS Saint Ambrose . . . Bill . . . midterm grad . . . drawing and math scholar . . . Coca Cola tournament . . . quiet . . . Benny Goodman follower . . . looked for- ward to graduation .... f Xir Force Reserve. 'lil IOKLXS tilllllONS St. .Xmbrose . . . Big Tom . . . varsity tackle . . . business student . . . four year Crusader . . . canteen salesman who likes ice cream . . . wants to see the world with the Navy . . . good hearted. tllflilitilf XY. tiOSt'HliN Sacred lleart . . , Hutch . . . the man with the pipe . . . ace tumbler . . . former welfare worker . . . now aquatic director at Knights of Columbus . . . always with Milani . . . suave and handsome . . . liahe. JOHN T. GIQIUCXIC Yineland, New Jersey , . . Beowulf without the spear and shield . . . Kappa Chi . . . entered as a senior . . . electrical or chemical engineering . . . still trying to run the mile in ten minutes. 'l.'XKllfS li. GRIITFIN l.ittle Flower . . . Griff . . . Quill staff feature ed. . . . school play as junior and senior . . . lovely Klrs. Carlton . . . Fogarty's better half . . . four year Cru- sader . . . camera club . . . journalism. THE NAVY WAY is explained by Pharmacist Mate Tom Donohue '44 to his brother joe and a group of interested freshmen from Class 1-A. X , S I . H :i'3 ozp. ' .Sf Z., . V ,.,f' -.hh-'--Rpm ' N 'Q Q-W., A 6 :Z '- l s------f f"'f. gi -A . pfgf. Kg , , 1 i I l ,Fi pf FJ " . ' f ' yr' ,eg - L XYll.l,l.XKl fi. liRll.l. l.ittle Flower . . . llill . . . iumlefatigalmle soccer player . . . majors in eliemistry . . . senior committee . . . collects pipes . . . camera cluli . .. roast beef sanrlwielies . . . C?lSl1ClliS pal . . . Inf: tlirill. going to proms. .XRNOLD G. GL'Kll'Kl.'XX St. 'leronie's . . . Gump . . . liohlxy is photography . . not had in American liistory . . . Mr. Five by Five . . Crusacler . . . camera clulu . . .liloncl curly locks . flislikes gas rationing and llt1lllClYUl'li. JOHN lf. ILXDYXSKI Sacred lleart . . . Harl . . . genial lli,Qlilancllown liorticulturalist . . . altar lmoy . . . takes naps in spare tinie . . . experienced in driving cars . . . Polish music. liistory . . . business worlcl lmeckons. .lOSlfl'll IJ. ll.XRlQlXCiTON Xlasliington. ll. L' . . . Duck . . . the weln'oot came as junior from Gonzaga . . . worked up to treasurer of Kappa Clii . . . llr. Nilus' work erew . . . resiclent athletics . . . arlonis . . . enjoys loating. 'l'llOKl.XS bl. llIf.Xl.Y. ,lR. Saint l'aul's , . . l.nl:e . . . senior connnitteeman . . . Quill lmusiness manager . . . jayyee lxaselmall . . . varsity liopeful in '45 . . . Legion tiaels . . . varsity bowler . . . clelmater as frosll .... Nriny :Xir lforce . . . lirockton. .IUHX I.. lllillb St. ,-Xnclrew's . . . Pat . . . senior conunittee . . . three year R.-X man . . . frosli lmaseliall and bowling: . . . nm mean tropical ietliyologist . . . pee wee politician . . . line grin . . . ace lwooklzeeper . . . exuberant. tilitllitili ul. l'llfl.lXSlil St. Stanislaus' . . , George . . . lmig thrill was staying two :lays on varsity grill squad . . . frosli RA lnan . . . eolleets war pictures . . . Rerl Skelton slays lliln . . typing preferrecl. .lUSlfl7ll lf. llliXNliti.XN St. ,'Xnn's . . . -lon X... lloe lierris in '43 play . . . Cru- saxler . . . tenor Patrick llenry in elocution . . . Quill- culi reporter . . . frosll football. liasketlmall and llaselmall . . . anti-jitterlmugger . . . assembly and coke lover. AS IT MUST TO ALL MEN the tap of Uncle Sam sent Frank Emge, Bill Ruppert, john Greene and Bill Atwell scurrying off to the Air Force. ss? as . fig . 'Ja' it 5' t- Q21 i' CIIQXRLIES bl. HICRHICRT St. Ambrose . . . The Herb . . . husky tackle . . . as All-Maryland lacrosse player scored goal in '43 All- Star game . . . hockey manager . . . good natured . . . high scoring lineman . . . Banquo's ghost. JOHN lf. l'lliRlllilQ'I' Ascension . . . ,lack . . . cheerleader . . . thespian of the Mickey Rooney type . . . swimmer . . . Cub gridder . . . noiseniaker deluxe . . . his '38 Chevy . . : those English marks . . . four years in dramaties. IHJXXHXRD li. X. HEROLD Sacred Heart . . . Tut . . . Highlancltowner . . . accountant serious thinker , . . one-time jayvee pitchman . . . sparetime plumber and softballer . . . "Did you see Downs P" . . . chicken-eater. JOHN C. HlfSSlfN.XL'liR St. Joseph's Monastery . . . ,lack . . . entered from Poly as a senior . . . got a big kick out of yarsity's fall through front porch . . . played sandlot football and basketball . . . sports lover. Jonx .x. HILD St. IJominic's . . . Curley . . . great shock of brunette hair . . . played one year on Midgets . . . struggles with German . . . pleasure riding in Joe Fink's car , . . "Bainbridge here I come!" Glffllifilf D. HILLARY St. Ambrose . . . Don . . . varsity hockey's second line . . . performed hat trick twice on jayvee . . . most handsome .... PX ll-Maryland yardstick holder . . . lacrosse sticknian . . . "Those canteen hot dogs!" CARl.,'l'UN F. llUliRl. St. lNlark's . . . Reds . . . also goes by Frank . . . four year cafeteria worker . . . received letter for glee club endeavors . . . honor student . . . radio and avia- tion whiz . . . enjoys bowling. HARVEY C. HOPPING VVashington. D. C . . . Pete . . . an Army "brat" . . . Kappa Chi president . . . football and baseball ace . . . school chauffeur . . . idol of the residents . . . California bound after February commencement. PILGRIMAGE SEEKERS have worn a path to St. jo- seph who benevolently looks down on a covey of early birds from his post before Alexius Hall. iris? Q fm! ll 'e e 3 .... I T,. ,.. Y,Q. aw, M. ,I To 3, si LYXRI. AX. HORN St. Klark's . . . Carl . . . came as soph from Loyola . . . oratorieal eoutest . . . one time haunter of the Qnillf room . . . that knee-length coat . . . "I read it in the .-Xrgnsf' XYll.l.l.XXl M. HURLICY Fourteen lloly Martyrs . . . joe . , , frosh baseball and baslcetball . . . :1 movie-goer . . . jukebox patronizer . . . seientiliezilly minded . . , Lfnele Sam wants him for Signal Corps . . . "Muff it, XYhoozy." ionx I.. yxiusox St. Ritzfs . . . Sniper . . . shorty . . . has Tl long way to travel from Dundalk . . . appreciates the 3:15 bell. pickles and iee cream, drafting, algebra elass . . . luk- pot poet. lllflQKlgXN H. JENSEN St. ,'Xndrew's . . . llerm . . . senior committee . . . Religions .Xetirity man as junior . . . already in .Xrniy Air Corps Reserve . . . onee on the Sli Rinkeydinks . . . favorite subject . . . engineering drawing. osexie hi. jouxxsicx Good Counsel . . . Ots . . . senior committee . . . steady solid Citizen who likes truek driving, steak lwho doesu't?J, and Harry James . . . favors Navy football team . . . Oriole fzui . . . accelerated. .I .X Bl ES S. IQAIQXYAC li I St. L'asimir's . . . jim . . . senior committee . . . the speedup eourse . . . meehanieally minded . . . blouzl eurls . . . fisherman who likes them big . . . Canton cavalier . . . ambition is to seeure position in vom- mereial aviation. lJUL'lil..XS Lf KIQXRNS Our Lady of Lourdes . . . Dong . . . prof in "Cnekoos ou the Hearth" . . . built like fhesterton . . . draws for a pastime and isn't bad . . . follows lacrosse, the Orioles, l.i'l Abner . . . News-Post. lYll.l.l.XM J. IQIQOGH St. 1Xlary's Govan's . . . Bill . . . the whistling kid . . popular . . . sleepy . . . likes saddles and black ties . . . baseball hurler and first saeker Pepsodent smile, rerord romeo. IN THE SHADOW of the tower, Brother Aidan and Bill Redmond pause for a brief chat before moving over to Gib- bons for an early season game. Q 5 a A it , . 1 sf fff :S A gf W' .J 'f r s is -A I rrilvri fa f-3 Y " l' le 'N . of il-is 54. Q r 7- 'El f r 5 GEORGE KNARR, JR. St. -loseph's Monastery . . . Boots . . . Midget foot- ball . . . Monastery socialite . . . varsity bowler . . . a responsible grave-digger .... MX ir Corps hopeful . . . eats anything free . . . corny jokes . . . "Is Brother bothering you, Joe?" RICHARD G. KNOERLEIN l.ittle Flower . . . Dick . . . Cub footballer . . . frosh baseball . . . Belair Road boy . . . four year regular CSMC . . . library staff . . . Naval Air Corps . . . XYheeler Club . . . those oral comps . . . petite. RI JBliR'l' .-X. KR.-XCH St. lllichael's, Overlea . . . Bob . . . the 7:50 ear from Uverlea every morning . . . helps on a trailer-truck . . . wonders about chemistry. but not typing . . . long horse- back rides. DIOSICPH li. KREFT St. Charles . . . joe . . . a pleasant gent from Pikes- ville . . . who is never without his St. joe jacket . . . goes in for parish baseball, history, and model building . . . hiker. ROBERT C. liROL'P.X St. lflizabetlfs . . . Bob . . . Cub football and Midget baseball . . . East lialtiinorean . . . gourmet . . . Cabar- tline's ehuni . . . business major who favors oflice practice . . . those history class conventions . . . modest. lflJXY.XRD A. KLTZMA St. Dominic's . . . lid . . . two year Crusader . . sanallot gridder and baseball . . . Hamiltonian . hungers for Hungarian pastry, math, Marine Corps . . . post-war engineering course at johns Hopkins University. FIAMICS P. LASTER St. Rita's . . , Lob . . . Dundalk Eagle Scout . . . sinister acting roles . . . public speaker . . . prize short story in Inkpot . . . singer . . . bespectacled intellec- tual , . . Naval Air Corps . . . youngest senior. JAMES li. LIGHTNER St. joseph's Monastery . . . Jim . . . cocleman . . . super shutterbug . . . staff photographer for Quill and Tower . . . midterm graduate . . . leans toward fried chicken, radio, and that '41 bonfire . . . earnest. ROUNDING THE BEND by the front steps are several of the younger fry led by John Krieger, Dave Updegrove, Frank Magrogan, Jim Wenzel and Frank Singer. 3 l 1 -'X xh' 332 i I ' 'Gb fl WFP! M' 1... drill 95'01".".- , ,.': , ,I , F52 lc. .XNTIIONY .X. l.ll"liUX St. .Xlphonsns . . . lleetsie . . . another aeeeleraterl lad . . . varsity foothall captain ..., 'Xll-Xlarylzmtl eager :mil hig league monnrl material . . . hest athlete . . . Il jestei '... modest and likeahle . . . likes radio . , . a stnrlent. liliXl'fS'l' Xl. l.l'l'lQlfX'l'.X St. Rita's . , . lirnie . . . llolahirtl . . . hlood donor picture in the News-l'ost . . , perpetnal snnler from llnnrlalk . . . dreams of wings . . . hopes to get them soon . . . soph singer. toxin. hy, Lonlcxz St. Nlarles . . . lfearless . . . aims to make the haselmll squad . . . senior eonnnittee . . . interested in aviation . . . Crusader . , . eyes on the Air Corps . . . adores turkey, l'oe. and Spencer 'l'r:1Cy. IIICNIQY ti. l.L'lil'1N St. lJominie's . . . Lnke . . . llamilton hopefnl . . . avid Cinema freqnenter . . . amhition to make varsity outfield . . . drafting . . . Midget foothall . . . sandlot sports, enjoys eorn . . . will enter the hlilflllllll' Serriee, jt7IlN gk. l.YNt'll St. .Xnn's , . . ,lack . . . Nlt. Tower eirenlation inan- ager . . . favors lfnglish . . . stamp collector . . . that eraser . . . iee skating is top sport . . , llzlrry james admirer . . . dependahle worker. l..Xll'lQl'fNt'lf bl. l.YXti, hlli. St. .lohn's . . . Larry '... president of VSKIL' . . . Yearbook and Qnill staff . . . senior eonnnittee . . . Cubs and Midget foothall . . . soeialite . . . honor roll . . . likes chemistry, Kenton, and iee skating . . . speaker. 'l'l lt JNIAXS l'. Nlellt 7X,Xt il l. tl li, l.a Plata, Maryland . . . Klan' . . . eame from Gonzaga in jnnior year . . . one of the top scholastic hnrdlers . . . varsity end . . . Kappa Chi . . . another Traey reader . smoking room eommentator. .ltJSlfl'll l", NlelJtlN.Xl.lJ St. joseplfs Monastery . . . Mae . . . he worked his way up from Midgets to varsity as a stellar guard . . . ean't he seen without Sehaetter . . . drapes . . . whillle . . . modest and quiet. NOT THE SCHOOL BUS but the old truck serves a pos- ing place for two dozen sophs. Phil Cashman is at the wheel of the since-defunct vehicle. ll X il ? U iw nun f,.",f' Aw 5 if ,Q W Sv ll' GICORGE NY. MCQLUXY St. Martins . . . Mac . . . Cub and Midget football . . . four years cinder man . . . varsity last two years . . . Cub cager . . . wing-footed brunette . . . pro-Notre Dame and pork chops. ELXYOOD D. lX'l.XR'l'lN St. Ann's . . . Pete . . . knocks down the pins for the varsity bowlers . . . ardent race horse fan . . . likes to dance to slow music . . . one of the Hamilton heroes . . . reserved. JAM ICS R. MILA Nl St. James' . . . Jim . . . senior committee . . . Cub and jayvee fullback . . . St. Andrew's Social prexy . . . Crusader . . . the Orangeville Kid . . . Seton High . . . "Watch my back!" . . . appreciates Brother Gar- nier's jokes. EDXYARD I". MILLICR Ascension . . . lid . . . prefers aeronautics and draw- ing . . . ice skating and bowling are top sports . . . archery as hobby . . . favors Bing Crosby and Glen Miller .... IX rmy Air Force . . . suburbanite, .LXMIQS C. MILLIQR St. james' . . . J. C .... came from Polytechnic as soph . . . three year bowler . . . accelerated . . . CSMC member . . . camera clubber and amateur magi- cian . . . senior committee . . . sandlot diamond star . . . quiet. THOMAS G. Mll.l.liR St. ,Ierome's . . . Tommy . . . midterm grad . . . "that 3:15 bell" ..., A rmy Air Corps tapped him early in December . . . now training in the deep South . . . post-war air career. STEPHICN A. MORRIS St. Edwards . . . Steve . . . track and cross country speedster . . . "Reds" . . . St. Ioe's sweater boy . . . frosh Crusader . . . once bicyclefl to school . . . avoided jug . . . favors Mt. de Sales. JOHN R. MOXLIQY St. ,Ioseph's Monastery . . . Bob . . . hard worker for B Sz O . . . walks to school . . . no orthographer . . . Monastery basketball . . . likes movies and social clubs . . . tall and talkative. BRINGING IN THE HARVEST of the school Victory Garden are juniors Henry Berens and Dan Baginski here shown grubbing for some delectable radishes. 'kt . '-een-v 'Wlllll New Q1 . f ig.. A 'E E in 1 J i . H G D 2 l U ir' ' ' A' in - W t of' i t 3-.s":ff 4' ' .f -lOllX l'. Ml'Cil.lfR l'hoebns, Virginia . . . Mug' . . . another Meathali . . . model builder . . . Kappa Chi . . . CSMC member . . . ping'-pong: ace . . . ardent follower of lacrosse . . . of Midget eleven . . . a southern drawl . . . Tidewater man. XX'lI.l.l.XM lf. MLllQl'llY, jll. St. jerome's . . . Murph . . . St. Joe's Gene Krnpa . . . hails from lfnglish Consul . . . '37 XVillys . . . .Xrmy Air Force Reserve -... beats the hides of bimd and music makers. l'.Xl'l, li. MYICRS St. l'ecilia's . . . llick . . . faithful toiler on Yearbook . staff . . . reference librarian for Baltimore .Yun in snm- mer . . . model railroader . . . R.-X man . . . once got a 97 in English . . . hardest worker, .IAM lfS lf. NXYDIQN St. Mary's, :Xnnapolis . . . Hank . . . RA three years . . . yearbook co-editor . . . Senior Rambler . . . Midget baseball and football . . . eodeman with yen for the Navy . . . songstcr . . . another yo-yo man. .lOSlfl'll lf. Nlill,SON Sacred lleart . . . Scoop . . . defended that goal on the soccer pitch . . . remember that broken down frosh year . . . German linguist . . . wisecracker . . . collects loafers with pennies in them. .Xl.lllfliT A. NIQMZICK St. Ritzfs . . . :Xl . . . helps pick bands for senior committee . . . Oh, geometry . . . badminton fan . . . bugler for Sons of .-Xmerican Legion . . . Feb grad who will study pharmacy. LIUIIN ll. tl'l7ONXlil.l. St. litlW1ll'll'S . . . gl. ll .... fonr years with the cinder men . . . one season with the swimmers . . . still thrilled at being a senior . . . prefers thc tank sport . . . hnms Robin llood endlessly. XYll.l.l.XM M. OIfl"l'TT St. ,loseph's Monastery . . . Bill . . . Crusader . . . lacrosse manager jayvee and varsity . . . Monastery worker and radio engineer . . . took summer course . . . CSlN'lCf propaganda chairman . . . french fries. CABBAGE CULTIVATORS Frank Talbott and John Melly and other biology students pursue their relentless war- fare against harmful insects in Brother Guy's cabbage patch. 4 s :G Q. -w digg - . shbeiphi , e fs ea is i 3 -K 5 H is K i .FQ 1 Xl? . its W E Q Q it JRTPE' 'S e . :aw au' -A 3 p k 2 e -X tis i V ,M ig' 5, . .-y3ivQ35--?,z.gi+- 1 .. M . e, ,,. ,,. e . , 4- at " Mw- in me Q 5 'W , 1 l"'i-'IM i X E .1 it A' H 5 'K Y , .x ,.. lx, .pig X is, i MLN , earn fx? 1171 f w fV"' Y gil me iw . t .r FILXNCIS AX. Ul.lflQ'l' St. james' . . . Yogie . . . consistent RA man . . . hand as soph and junior . . . phoiohug . . . math whiz "Brother Myles. you're wrong!" . . . dreamy daneer . . Uiek Traey's constant reader, DONALD Ul'l'lfNlllflN All Saints' . . . Oppy . . . entered as soph from Forest Park lligh , . . eherubie sixty-four inehes of laughter . . . English seholar and otliee praetiee expert . . . Navy . . hitehhikes. t'Ol.ICM.iXX l'. U"I'OOl.li St. Benediet's . . . Coleman . . . Qenius in physics . . . sterling eateher . . . not a had typist . . , would he a Marine . . . lJoe's Cozy Ciorner . . . Midget and jay- vee basehall . . . an Irishman . . . sleepy. .IOIIN OXVICNS St. l'idn'ard's . . . Jaek . . . Mount Tower staff . . jayvee traek and varsity hockey . eross country . . eaptain of yo-yo team . . . Sports Centre hahitue . . wittiest . . . goodlooking and likeahle. ,IOSICPI l Bl. l'.XlQl.li'l"l' fiamhrills, Md .... joe . . . conscientious Crusader . . . band and CSMP swingster . . . glee eluhher as soph and junior '... dramatist . . . likes dancing, fier- man, ehop suey, photography . . . Kinrph's VN'illys. bioux ul. rlilem' St. jose-ph's Monastery . . . -lay . . . jayvee and varsity lineman president of Monastery Social lflnh happy and witty '... hard luek hoy . . . would sueeeezl his father in husiness. IEICRNAXRID A, IWJIJOXYSIQI St. Stanislaus' . . . VVaves . . . entered St. ,loe after two years in a New York high sehool . . . Crusader as a senior . . . gohhles up spinach tpage Popeye! . . . reads Diekens avidly. 'IUIIN R. l'OOl.l'f St. iNlark's ..., I ark . . . a wicked attaekman on the soeeer team . . . jayvee shortstop . . . fresh hahy green lima heans . . . O. Henry . . . The Orioles . . . "Colum- bus took a ehaneef' AN AWFUL LETDOWN was suffered by the gridders when the porch caved in during the pre-Loyola game festiv- ities. Slacks, Schaeffer, McDonald and Wicker examine the damage. -od A 'f ,Ga -Q, ,.,X :jx cf 'TIA x I lkfgi' M' '- i "ni, 2 v, if w 'l'll.Xlllllfl'S XY. llll'l'Cll'lil KISJQ' l'rep . . . 'Iliad . . . strietly 21 nnisieian in dress, talk, :incl habits . . . senior cmnniittee . . . Quill nnisie Columnist . . . veteran hanrl man . . . varsity sneeer . . . neecls tunsurial treatment . . . eluentiun meclalist . limits. .Xl.lflQlfD 'l'. ILXY St. l3ernarcline's . . . Snnshinn '... soft-spnkeii lnnnur- ist . . . all wrapped np in howling . . . r:n'sity kegler . . . grins like the Clieshire Cat . . . sancllut foutlmll . . . social science . . . Franz VVerfel . . . Marines. liltlllililt UI. lilzlzblz Szierezl lleart . . . Pee X'N'ee . . . junior soeeer hwy . . Crusader . . . eluentionist . . . frosh cage manager . . would like tn attencl IND . . . haunts xYU0lXYlll'lll'S . . . "Dem liuiclsln . . . zleeelerznecl lad . . . little and loqnzl- eiuns. liR.XNL'lS S. lQlflSl.lflQ St. BCl'll2lI'll,S . . . lfrznlk . . . expert on things nieehzln- ical . . . 70 inches ironi head to toe . . . freqnents the drafting rumn and the clraft hnurcl . . . Navy in lich- rnary . . . mlepenrlzilmle. ROl'3lfli'l' XY. RIil'l'lilQ St. .'Xnihruse . . . Rizzy . . . huttle hluncl . . . "l,et nie sleep" . . . socially active un the Piinlieo :incl fYlCt'Illl City fronts . . . the .-Xir Corps calls . . . his sheepskin comes in l7ehrn:1ry. XY.Xl.'l'lClQ QX. RCJICIJICR St, Mzn'k's . . . VV:1lt . . . senior l'HlllllllllL't' . . . real Mount huoster from "Gorl's country" . . . zlnml prunrl of it . . . ever-present bt-:nning smile . . . ollieer uf lkitapsecx Squires . . . teaches golf. Kl.XR'l'lN li. RClL'Sl'1 St. Agnes . . . M. J .... :lee on parish hziskethall lives native uf 'Vowanrla tnp in Peiiiisylvaiiizu . . . eager reader of joe Palunka and chemistry texts .... 3 :l5 hell thrills him. .IOSICVII XY. Rl'lllNSlil St. C'z1sin1ir's . . . ,lue . . . emnes in on the Nnniher liight from lfzlst llziltiniure , . . regzirfls Nlunnt Mnsie Makers as hest cmnhu . . . that '-ll St. .lime-City gznne . . . cleninre. A HELPING HAND is lent by grader jim Fitzmaurice to stone mason Charlie Somazze working on the collapsed porch. Owen Fitzmaurice and Larry Baldwin look on. 'V .., B of gl- 'Qi' Bl PIEBRQYY K J l 5i?,g.?s f ami?-, we Q N. N M.-XNUICI. AX. S.XN'l'ELle.rX Caracas, Venezuela . . . another Young Man from Caracas . . . senior club . . . aspiring medico . . . who likes Xavier Cugat, arroz con pollo Cchicken with rice! . . . biology ranks high. .IGH N N. SCTIBIAEITIVICR St. joseplfs Monastery . . . jack . . . senior committee . . . varsity end . . . local boy who made good . . . Navy bait . . . pleasant and easy-going . . . half of Mcllonald duo . . . Hershey bars. tilitllitili AX. SL'llLfSSl.lCR St. Charles . . . Schuss . . . fell in during junior year . . . liast Baltimorean soda jerker . . . Down's steady . . . happy-go-lucky . . . tolerates history and llarry James . . . says biggest thrill is to graduate. TIIUMAS l". Sllllili Lancaster, Pennsylvania . . . Tom . . . secretary of Kappa Chi . . . February grad . . . farmer . . . goes for Brother C'hristiau's jokes . . . Brother Nilus' worker . . . inclined to hunting and boarder Meatballs. JOHN T. SKELLEY Banes, Cuba . . . Cube . . . this diminutive likeable Gael from the faribbean saw service on the varsity cage and tennis teams . . . grid manager . . . KX member . . . RA man. A lYll.l.l.iXNl il. Sl,.X'l"l'lfRY, JR. Ascension . . . Slats . . . Cub gridman . . . projection club . . . an .Nrbutns romeo . . . jovial . . . models 'for Zamsky . . . hit a 97 once in biology . . . "Have you seen Herb?" . . . a philatelist. XYILLLXM li. SONNICKIXNN San Francisco, Calif . . . Bill . . . by the way of New York . . . clever photographer and enlarger . . . adept in radio . . . Kappa Chi . . . camera club . . "Let's get serious" . . . early grad. Pl"'l'l7R If STITI ll F St. lfdxvard's . . . Pete . . . Midget baseball . . . Cru- sader . . . one of those post ofliee workers . . . numerous late slips . . . race horse fan . . . hard tackling line- man for Senior Ramblers . . . Navy. A OLD FAITHFUL NUMBER EIGHT brought most of the lads to school every morning. Some came early like Bobby Ward, Bernie Fowler, Gene McKenna and johnny Cox. ogy., Q 5 if t QW f if if ,. K C: jf XX ii rf' s 7 s N81 " , j f hub: xl flint xl h-xl . f ,N f if It 1 'ItlSlfl'll XY. 'lfkllli .-Xll Saints . . . Alue , . . transferred frnm lfurest Park and niznle gmail atliletieztlly . . . iunnd in hockey frnnt line. any larrnsse melee, and grid haekfield . . . liustnn tlillege . . . Nlaritime Serviee . . . ice captain. 'IOSICPII li. Til,-XNNER l.ittle lilmver . . . joe . . . lumurenl hy gridders :is sqnzuls' hest hlnrker . . . claims he gut the slmiilclt-1's frnin Wheaties . . . likes the sentimental, soothing side . , . likeable and inudest . . . Bugs Bnnny's boy. tIOSlfl'll XY. 'l'R.XtilfSlflQ wt St. jnnies' . . . ,live . . . fnnght his way np to varsity guard . . . nianager un lmasehall smlnad . . . liked that pup rally "that fell tlirnnglf' . . . inclined tu radin and Lana Tnrner. ,lui ICS ti, Ulll.l IORN St. Pt-ter's . . . Ulie . . . Cub foothall . . . :tee seeund saeker nn the parish nine . . . early lmird . . . "VVhat time is it, I4uettel1er?" . . . Navy hlne . . . agreeable tn math :ind creamed potatoes. lfli.-XNUIS Y. YNGIQR St. lXlirhael's . . . Vern . . . Midget and jayvee foot! hull . . . assistant aquatic direetur at K. of C . . . has znnhitiun ut' heemning an areliitert . . . speedup unnrse . . . tnuk tu the A-Xir Corps. 'l'llUNl.XS O. VOlfillT St. james' . . . Shark . . . jayvee and varsity plunging lizilflmaek . . . ferneiuns taekler . . . senior committee . . . spends his spare time swimming at YlNlC:X . . . glamour hwy . . . eurny joker . . . preparing for Navy. XYll.l-l.XKl if YULZ St. Charles . . . Slweker , . . Midget gridman . . . three year Crusader . . . officer in parish social elnh . . . leans to engineering , . . sports speetatur . . . expert Ynletide elntliing salesman . . . aristocratic air . . . e:ll'rnt tup. l"R.XNKl.lN C. VYSKOCII. St. .-Xndrexv's . . . Frank . . . B team bowler . . . hlaek wavy hair . , . yen for chicken, Linda Darnell, and liruther fiarnier's jokes . . . cumin' hunk versions . . . strictly commercial . . . Cute. BY THE REVIEWING STAND on the new wall behind Alexius stroll upperclassmen Tenny Einstein, Ray Zinzeleta, John Ritter and Frank Hoerl. ,teri Q . sf It N egg x Xi ragsi - U if se. I f blk 'W 5 3 3 if fx 5. 4 '2 ru Q ,, Q at R X , ,Q sf J Q .Q ejg iif vl ea: l Wi il i i Sowsos is w'-l -t J . L' N Y ilu , A, n E 'W -" E f 5' L-1 f .- . ' X' ,w - -Q 1- - f - . . ls 1 .. i 1' ee. 4" srrs i t iii -IKM ICS R. XYAXCINICR A sf, l.ittle lilmvei' . . . liecls . . . jovial liistnriaii . . . :ln ,N ' ieeinun i11 his spare tin1e , . . sznullnt fnnthallei' , . . leans tnwzml elieiiiistry. ive t'l'CIllll, and iiilhert Chester- tnn . . . gmail iizntnrecl. hI.XNliS l.. XYXIQD St. ,lost-11l1's Mniizistery . . , lhiek . . . Linh and varsity liznslietlmull . . . fnh lnutlmll as frnsh . . . vzlrsity has:- hull llllllk'llll . . ,tennist . . . in his l.2llllCl"S footsteps lrinlges tn sehnnl clzxily '... like liglitning. l"lQ.XXli li. ll'lfl'l'Z MSM' lll'l'll . . , l'il'1lllli . . . Rliclget fnntlmull . . l'2llI1Ql'21 :intl prnjeetinii ehilmhei' . . . l2lCl'lPSSt'lll1lll . . . "Ili Rnekl' '... fzitniisville k'2l1JL'I'-UIIUCI' . . . Yearly L witl1 the wit . . . llrntlier llerlin's absentee enlleetnr. lX'll.l.l.XNI if, XYICLSII lu., W V V I l.ittle lflnwei' . . . llill . . . vursitv truckster . ,. . it . ' :.r,:' ,.. fi 5' -s1iU:1Kis SliL'lL'lllIlg as luihhy . . . pals Zlftlllllil with Gnldlieek . . H ,. . seems tn like Ohin . . . ninrlest :intl not lmcllnnkiiig . . Q A, -. r 'I'. IJ. follower . . . ll Ranihler. A t .-.'.e iii l'l l ll.l I' .X. ll'lCYl"C JR'l'l l Corpiis L'hristi . . . Ciiiszzclei' . . . imliewtugizipliei' :intl , f expert :into lllCCll2illll' . . . 1lllllL'lllIllk'S that last niurning hell . . . llilllfi llullu nn his tresses . . . U. S. Linust lliiarcl . . . Ylllllllil niilkslialies and eheniistry questions. -lfll l N llv. ll'lllM Ylfli St. llene1liet's . . . lliiclmlie . . . senior t'UIllllIlllL'C . . . whiz 111 lxnnkkeepiilg ancl typing . . . rlnhinns te1'11isel1n1'e:111 . . . :rims :xt heing' :1 f.l'.:X ..,. linhhy, interior rlecnrat- ing . . . ztnntliei' wnnlrl-he Slllllll' , . . ahlinrs peroxide nmles. lJUN.Xl.ll R, ll'll.l.l.XKlS St. Nl:1ry's Star of the Sea . , . llnk . . . veterfni RA lllllll . . . senior enniniittee . . . varsity traekstei' :incl 1lllClllll2lll . . . also varsity SlYlIlllIlL'l' . . . lllZlfZflt'l2lll of note . . . prefers hlnnrles. IHICIQNNIQIJ .X. lX'Cll.l" St. Ritzfs . , . lhinl . . . hails frnni llnnflzilk . . sneialite . . . enjoys SWlllllIllllg, iee skating, :1ncl flanees . . . the Nnniher utwenty-six" . . . singer . , . leans tnwzn' the .-Xrniy :Xir Corps . . . quiet. IN THE LORD'S SERVICE are two former classmates, john Wills and George Newett, studying to become Xaverlan Brothers at the juniorate in Massachusetts. ,- NAM E B. A. Appel T. P. Arthur l. F. Baker J. J. Barnickel W. F. Bauer R. L. Beam R. J. Betz O. C. Beyer A. G. Bialkowski C. C. Boettcher J. D. Bradford J. M. Bradley .J. Brown R. P. Brown J. E. Carolan R. N. Cashen S. J. Cavaselis A. R. Christopher R. J. Clynes J. J. Coady J. S. Cobis VV. ll. Cooke J. D. Coyne J. J. Davis T. C. Davis VV. P, Davis. lll J. J. DeNittis B. B. Dent J. E. Derenberger . . li. DeSanctis .A. Devlin, Jr. A. J. DiChiara B. T. Dietz E. R. DiSeta Wh F. Downs J. A. Edelen G. W. Eikenberg . M. Emge J. A. Engers, Jr. F. G. Fick J. E. Finke J. J. Fogarty, Jr. R. M. Frampton E. L. Gabardine G. L. Garney W. J. Gauss T. J. Gibbons G. G. Goldbeck G. W. Goschen J. T. Greene J. F. Griffin W. R. Grill A. G. Gumpman J F ,l. A Il F . . Hadynski J. D. Harrington T. J. Healy, Jr. J. I.. Heid G. J. Helinski J. E. Hennegan C. J. Herbert J. A. Herbert J. F. Herbert. Jr. E. F. X. Herold J. C. Hessenauer . A. Hild 2. D. Hillary C. F. Hoerl H. C. Hopping C. A. Horn NV. M. Hurley J. L. Jamison ll. H. Jensen O. J. Johansen J. S. Karwacki D. C. Kearns VV. J. Keogh, Jr. G. J. Knarr S Knoerlein Krach J. E. Kreft R. C. Kroupa E. A. Kuzma J. P. Laster .I t R. G. R. A. SE 1011 DIHEETUHY STREET ZONE 22 Manor Avenue 6 1516 E. Fort Avenue 30 521 W. 28th Street 18 8910 Harford Road 14 2805 Pelham Avenue 13 207 5th Street 25 7813 Ardmore Avenue 12 443 Yale Avenue 29 814 NV. Broad St. Richmond, Va. 628 XVarwick Road 29 7 Prospect Avenue 28 717 Cedarcroft Road 12 210 N. Fulton Avenue 23 529 N. Decker Street 24 336 E. 20th Street 18 5502 Hilltop Avenue 6 656 NV. Fayette Street 1 4603 Wilmslow Road 10 Ruxton, Md. 4 8 N. Fulton Avenue 23 Davis Avenue Woodstock, Md. 1514 Cypress Street 26 28 S. Prospect Avenue 28 3430 Parklawn Avenue 13 401 Yale Avenue 29 4305 Miami Place 7 237 S. High Street 2 327 Birkwood Place 18 1009 Appleton Street 17 1011 Stiles Street 2 1117 N. Hancock St.' Phila.. Pa. 4009 Bellevue Avenue 15 301 VVil1ow Avenue 6 908 Fawn Terrace 2 434 S. Patterson Park Avenue 31 2907 XVinchester Street 16 515 N. Milton Avenue 5 1239 E. Lanvale Street 2 3702 Zlillerslie Avenue 18 2809 Goodwood Road 14 2812 Northern Parkway 14 1013 Bonaparte Avenue 18 917 S. Linwood Avenue 24 Box 93-A, Race Rd., Rt. 16, Essex 7130 Martell Avenue 22 530gla1nlin Avenue 15 340 - 't. Ambrose Avenue 15 509 S. Madeira Street 5 3606 E. Fayette Street 24 1123 New Pear St.,Vine1and, N.J. 3803 Lake Avenue 13 3034 Clifton Park Terrace 13 2340 Sidney Avenue 30 3239 Fait Avenue 24 4310 12th Pl.. NW. NVash., D. C 4115 Mary Avenue 6 5307 Remmel Avenue 6 1725 Alieeanna Street 31 1120 Bonaparte Avenue 18 4838 Park Heights Avenue 15 Newport, Maryland 1219 Circle Drive 27 3428 Fait Avenue 24 4707 Dunkirk Road 29 2803 Berwick Avenue 14 2808 W. Rogers Avenue 15 14 Egges Lane 28 5730 3d Pl., N. W. Wash., D. C. 5005 Overton Street 29 1828 Penrose Avenue 23 3227 Dundalk Avenue ' 22 604 N. Decker Avenue 24 617 Mcliewin Avenue 18 1202 S. Decker Street 24 3819Grant1ey Road 15 708 Gittings Avenue 12 118 S. Culver Street 29 2227 Chesterfield Avenue 13 4511 Kenwood Avenue 6 101 Church Lane 8 2606 Fayette Street 27 2706 Bauerwood Avenue 14 6785 1Voodley Road 22 NAME J. K. Lightner A. A. Lipton E. M. Litrenta C. J. Lorenz, Jr. H. G. Luken J. A. Lynch L. J, Lyng, Jr. J. F. McDonald . P. McDonough G. VV. MeQuay li, D. Martin J. R. Milani li. F. Miller J. C. Miller T. G Miller J. R. Mohler S. . Morris A J. R. Moxley J. P. Mu fler, Jr. P. R. Myers J. F. Nayden J. F. Neilson A. A. Nemzek J. B. O'Donnel VV. M. Otfutt F. A. Olert D. J. Oppenheim C. P. O'Toole J. J. Owens 1. M. Parlett J. J. Perry B. A. Podowski J. R. Poole T. W. Potocki . A. T. Ray, Jr. G. J. Reese 1".S. Reisler R. NV. Reiter W. A. Roeder M. F. Rouse J. VV. Rupinski Manuel Santaella J. M. Schaeller W. N. Schneider G. A. Schussler T. F. Shirk J. T. Skelly VV. J. Slattery, Jr. W. E. Sonnemann P. F. Stehle J. NV. Tarr J. E. Thanner J. YV. Trageser J. G. Uhlhorn V. F. Unger T. O. Voight VV. C. Volz F. C. Vyskocil R. J. Wagner Ward, Jr. . . VVeitz VV. F. VVe1sh P. A. Weyforth J. W. Widmyer D. R. Williams B. A. VVolf J. L. F E XV. E. Mirphy, Jr. STREET 111 Tremont Road 222 N. Stricker Street 6909 Holabird Avenue 13 Cedarwood Road 6105 Marietta Avenue 1907 Cecil Avenue 939 E. Chase Street 113 Collins Avenue La Plata, Maryland 2237 XV. Baltimore Street 4216 Harford Terrace 912 N. Iris Avenue 4120 VVashington Boulevard 1026 Aisquith Street 1616 DeSoto Road 301 Montrose Avenue 2637 Harlem Avenue 206 S. Tremont Road 16 Virginia Avenue Phoebus. 3249 Magnolia Avenue 3803 Clifton Avenue 146 Charles St. Annapolis, 3410 Fait Avenue 3013 Dundalk Avenue 1203 N. Dukeland Avenue 169 S. Morley Street 1219 E. Chase Street 3909 Cold Spring Lane 2533 Ashton Street 2447 Lauretta Avenue Box 36 Gambrills, 4221 Vermont Avenue 2044 Bank Street 5 Delrey Avenue -1722 Dunkirk Road 409 Edgewood Street 619 S. Robinson Street 2775 Almeda Boulevard 5611 Magnolia Avenue 432 S. Rolling Road 538 Hurley Avenue 830 S. Milton Avenue Norte Plaza Panteon 3 Caracas, Venex 5530 Frederick Avenue 616 S, Ellwood Avenue 1829 Bank Street 21 Fordney Road Lancaster, ZO N E 29 23 22 28 14 18 2 29 23 14 5 27 2 30 28 16 29 Va. 27 16 M d. 24 22 16 29 2 15 23 23 M d. 29 31 28 29 29 24 18 15 28 23 24 uela 29 24 31 Pa. cfo United Fruit Co. Banes, Cuba 1422 Sulphur Spring Road 27 1 Park Avenue N. Y., N. Y. 1800 W. Franklin Street 23 3906 Ridgewood Avenue 15 2765 Chesterfield Avenue 13 1406 N. Montford Avenue 13 1130 WV. Lombard Street 23 2421 E. Fayette Street 24 1704 DeSoto Road 30 Sudbrook Avenue 8 819 N. Streeper Street 5 5945 Kavon Avenue 6 304 S. Augusta Avenue 29 6606 Greenock Drive 29 301 S. High Street 2 32 VV. 25th Street 18 2511 Dulaney Street 23 1706 Charles Street 30 46 Admiral Boulevard 22 - 1.4 HAHA They're everywhere, these St. Joe grads. And many a saga of their deeds comes back from dis- tant fronts. On the left the peculiar picture shows two rafts floating n e a r j a p territory. Aboard was Sergeant jerry Rokos '42 who came back to the Mount with his epic of being shot down over Truk and being rescued by Navy Hiers after 16 days drifting in the Pacific. jerry won the Purple Heart and other honors. SEHVIEE The annual Alumni Com- munion breakfast was held at the Mount on Passion Sunday with 54 members present. The Mass was offered for all fellow Alumni in the armed forces and particu- larly for the 54 graduates who have given their lives. the 6 who are missing and the 9 who are prisoners. Talking with Father Lambert, C.P., are Lt, jim Walmsley '36, Ray Schatz, Ed Doyle '39 who was wounded in Europe, and Paul Geckle '40 Ma- rine veteran. Flight Officer Dan O'Connell '41 who had been missing in enemy territory talks with Brother Carlos. Old grads Ed. McIntyre '99 and Phil War- ren '94 confer with Henry Hoff- man '43, S PPEH Head table bigwigs at the February seniors' banquet num bered Alu m ni Prexy Mark O'Hara, Provincial Brother Os wald, Bob Morhiser, Brother Bartholomew, Larry Schatz and others. -71.6 qw sm sw of Maw: sz. ,rw,.1. MAY GOD REST THEIR GALLANT SOULS! lllvv .vlmll yn:-:U xml old, as rw flml arf Irff grow old: :I 11' slmll :mf :vmry llwm, mn' flu' ymirx rwzdvmlz. .JI Ihr jlrlllljl rlirzwl of flu' .run mm' in flu' umrning ll I' will n'1ur'n1ln'1' llu'n1. 'S t Charles Allen USA 9 I Class of '41, in Germany 'Pvt. James Anderson, USMC Class of '43, in South Pacific 'Ptc. Richard Barron, USA Class of '43, in Germany 'Corp. E. Warren Bisker, USA Class of '42, in France 'Pvt. Edward C. Blann, USA Class of '43, in France 'Lt. Terry Burroughs, AAF Class of '41, over Europe 'Andrew Crawford, USA Class of '39, in Belgium 'Sgt. Paul De Kowzan, USA Class of '42, in France 'Seaman John Dempsey, USMS Class of '27, in Atlantic area 'Seaman Leonard Di' Paula, USN Class of '45, in Florida 'Sgt. John Dowdy, AAF Class of '37, in England 'Ptc. Michael Fenton, USMC Class of '44, on Okinawa 'Pvt. James Genovese, USMC Class of '46, on Iwo Jima 'Lt John Gorman, AAF Class of '38, in Aleutians 'Lt. Harry Hensler, AAF Class of '40, in Italy 'Ptc. Vincent Higgins, USA Class of '44, in Philippines 1 'Pfc. Edmund Hoclr, USA Class of '42, in Normandy 'Seaman Joseph Holzschuh, USN Class of '40, in Mediterranean area 'Lt. Charles Howell, AAF Class of '35, in Germany Lt. Charles Brennan, USA, '39 Lt. Halbert P. Brown, AAF, '4I L.-x uuaxrs Bl NYUN 'S t.Jose hlreland USA 9 P ' Class of '42, in Germany 'Seaman Walter Kain, USMS Class pf '46, in Atlantic area 'Ptc. Charles Kane, USA Class of '43, in Germany 'Sgt. Paul Kelbaugh, USA Class of '43, in Germany 'Corp. Edward Kennedy, USMC Class of '44, in South Pacific 'Franlr Kinlein, USA Class of '38, in Europe 'Sgt Robert Kirby, AAF Class of '42, in England 'Seaman James S. KneII, USN Class of '39, in Atlantic area 'Lt. William A. Knell, AAF Class of '36, in North Africa 'Sgt George Kober, USA Class of '37, in Germany 'Lt. Lloyd E. Koerner, AAF Class of '37, on Leyte "Lt Charles J. Kuhlman, USA Class of '40, in France 'Pvt. Thomas Lardner, USA Class of '43, in Germany 'Sgt Robert League, USA Class of '34, in North Africa 'Sgt Thomas Morse, Jr., USA Class of '40, in India 'Sgt Joseph Mackin, USA Class of '41, in Germany 'Lt. Dennis McEIgunn, USA Class of '37, in the Caribbean area 'Ptc. George McFee, USA Class of '45, in Germany MISSING IN ACTION 'Sgt Daniel Murray, USA Class of '38, in Germany 'P'Fc. Edwin Narutowicz, USA Class of '44, in Germany 'Capt James E. O'Mara, USA Class of '34, in Colorado 'Ptc. Thomas O'NeiII, USA Class of '39, in Germany 'Ptc. Joel B. Perry, USA Class of '44, in European area 'P'Fc. Joseph Rafferty, USA Class of '43, in Germany 'Sgt John Rauch, USA Class of '32, in Germany 'Joseph Reymann, USA Class of '44, in Germany 'Pvt Charles Schaub Class of '44, on Okinawa 'Lt. George W. Schunclxe, USN Class of '37, in Pacific area 'Cadet Hugh Sisson, AAF Class of '41, in Tennessee 'Lt. Frank S. Stiertz, USA Class of '36, in Australia 'Pfc. Eugene C. Tunney, USA Class of '36, on Bataan 'Seaman Lawrence Waldt, USN Class of '40, in the Philippines 'Sgt. James R. Weaver, USA Class of '28, in Luxembourg 'Ptc. Joseph Weisengotf, USA Class of '38, on Leyte 'Sgt. Joseph Whitmore, AAF Class of '42, in Florida 'Sgt. Victor Wilson, AAF Class of '33, in Italy 'Corp. William Wollett, USA Class of '44, on Leyte Sgt. Richard Donohue, AAF, '42 Seaman Richard P. Krebs, USN, '43 Yeoman Dennis Dore, USN, '39 Lt. Lawrence Mainey, USN, '37 Two Mount students, freshman LEONARD KNIPP and sophomore JUAN QUINTANA died dur- ing the year past. May their souls and the souls ot all our departed enioy the bliss ot heavenly peace. 123 PTHUS Brother Vincent H., C.F.X. The 1945 Towers Notre Dame of Maryland Mr. George J. Adelhart Sr. Miss Mamie Appel Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Backert Mrs. Marie Baesch Mr. and M rs. R. J. Barron Pfc. Richard J. Barron, U.S.A. Dr. P. J. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Benkert Dr. Edward H. Benson M rs. Joseph Bernadzikowski XN'illiam lijurstrom, U'.S.A. Mr. and Mrs. Davis J. Boyle James E. Bower,SZfc Mr. J. P. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barnickcl Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cashen M r. Charles Cantalnpo Mr. and M rs. VVilliam M. Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Cerino Miss Charlotte Chetelat Compliments of 2F M rs. R. Clynes M rs. William A. Collins Mr. and M rs. John M. Conelius M rs. John S. Connor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Colbert Mrs. Robert J. Corbett Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Cusack Mrs. Charles l. Dailey Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam P. Davis, Jr. Sgt. Paul A. de Koxvzan, U.S.A. Mr. G. Jerome Deiulein Mr. Ray Donaldson, Jr. Mr. James F. Driscoll Miss Marie Drzewiecki Mrs. Eleanor Drzewiecki Mr. and M rs. Andrew Dukert Dr. John Ebauer Mr. and Mrs. James l.. Edelen Mr. and Mrs. John A. Engers Mr. Ernest P. Elgert, Jr. M r. and Mrs. George Evans M r. Leo J. Falter Miss Nellie Flynn Florence and Paul Fox's Meat Market, Inc. M r. and M rs .J. M. Frazier Mr. Ernest F Funk Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Furst Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Geiglein M r. and Mrs Philip Germack Mr. James J. Kalski Mr. J. Kauffman Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kavanagh John J. Kavanagh,Yeoman, U.S.N. Mrs. Walter E. Keene Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kirchner Cpl. Theodore Kirchner Mr. Eric J. Klotz Mr. Charles F. Klug Mr. and Mrs. George Koerner Mr. Oliver B. Krastell . Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Kroh Mr. A. Raymond Kneberth Mr. Albert G. Lawn Dr. W. H. Lawson, Jr., M.D. M r. and Mrs. NVilliam C. Leizear Mr. A. Licardo Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lightner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. McNaney Mr. James McDonough '44 Mrs. George W. McQuay Mr. William J. McQuay '43 Mrs. Mary C. McTeague Mr. Frank J. Macek Mr. J. D. Mahon Mr. Dominick Manno The Mart, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm J. Mengele Mr. Paul B. Milburn Mr. W. T. Miller Jerry Millman'42, U.S.N. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mills Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Myers Mr. and Mrs. William A. Nayden Miss Margaret M. Nayden Mr. and Mrs. Thon1asA. Neary Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Nemzek Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Nemzek, Sr. Miss Pat Nichols Dr. and Mrs. Norbert C. Nitsch Mrs. W. D. O'Donoghue Miss Mary M. Olert Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ostrowski Mr. Jack Owens '45 M r. and Mrs. William E. Owens, Sr. Mr. Norm Owens '43 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Owens Miss Peggy Owens Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Phelps Mrs. Catherine Poetzel Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Powers Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Kyrle W. Preis Paul F. Provance and Mrs. James F. Quigley Evelyn A. Reisler and Mrs. Walter D. Rafferty Mr. Frank J. Regan Mr. and Mrs. ArthurF. Rolle Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Roth Dr. and Mrs.J. Earle Rowe Sr. Mr. Mary Clare, R.S.M. John E. Scartt, III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheel Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Schneider Mrs. Anne E. Schlaffer Mr. Gordon A. Service Mr. and Mrs. William J. Slattery Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Shettle Mr. Louis M. Sleater Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Smith M r. Jimmie Smith Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stevenson Mrs. Dorroh Stone Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Swann Pic. and Mrs. Louis F. Swami Mr. Charlie Strohecker Mr. John W. Slacks Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Scheel Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Talbott Henry C. Tolker, Jr. Pfc. L. Paul Turner Mrs. Angela Unger Dr. Howard Van Natta Mr. Joseph F. Velenovsky, Jr. Mr. Conrad Wagner Mr. Paul T. Wagner, Sr. Mrs. Anna Weber Mrs. Francis Weber Pfc. George A. Weber Mrs. C. R. Weinrich Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. VVeiss Mrs. Edward G. Wells Cpl. James J. Whelan, Air Corps Mr. C. M. Wicker Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ward l.t. and Mrs. Roger E. Williams Mr. and Mrs Thomas J. Gibbons """'i"" ' ' ""' """S'i'e? Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gick 5 Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Goulet 6 Mr. und Mrs. J. Frank Griffin, -............ V Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Gnidera S J, Q Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hadynski P, Tix Mr. Jolm F. Hadynski 4' A 'J mai. Elizabeth 1vi.mt1yiiski fkii ' Qgjx Miss Mary Annette Halligan as-3 ' q, :fi Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Hartke 3 , 1 Miss Jane Hurka 7 11... Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Joyce f X Y 4 4.,,,. J Mrs. G. L. Jones A t XX fm Y 4. -da ' f. 1 Q . we--,---11-11 Y i 1.4.25-.Lal it J 4. Q in .LL 'T U qwictif ,Ti L ' egg. , ' N q X X 1 GOVANS HEATING COMPANY ENGINEERS . . . CONTRACTORS HEATING . . . PLUMBING . . . AIR CONDITIONING 602 NICOLL AVENUE TUXEDO 0769 THE LAST MILE-Over a hundred grads made the fateful promenade down the aisle o the Lyric stage on June 8. Brother Oswald, Xaverian provincial, presented the diplo- mas. Monsignor Harry Quinn addressed the group. COMPLIMENTS OF HENRY P. IRR 125 F. P. R. Bohager 86 Sons BALE TIES - WASTE PAPER 515 S. Eden Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND Broadway 1221-1222 The Archer Laundry Co. DRY CLEANING Eutaw and Madison Vernon 7600 Established 1874 7 I NATIONAL SPORTI G OD WM. I. TICKNER 6 SONS NG O S FUNERAL DIRECTORS CON North and Pennsylvania Avenues "EVERYTHING FOR SPORTS" BALTIMORE. MD. Lafayette 4321 310 E. Baltimore Street Cal. 0284 IAMES HEAPS TAVERN 921 East Chase Street Vernon 1714 Phone Gtlmor 8085 NORMAN A. HABIGHURST GENERAL CONTRACTING Carpentry, Interior and Exterior Painting, Paperhanging, Floor Sanding and Rooting 3606 FREDERICK AVE. BALTIMORE. MD. Gum. 5545 BEECHFIELD HOME BAKERY 4724 Frederick Avenue We Carry a Complete Line ot BREAD - ROLLS - PIES - CAKES - PASTRIES B. H. HUBBERT 6. SON COPPERSMITHS AND MACHINISTS Wolfe 1479 131 1 Ponca Street Run Right to READ'S FOR ALL YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS 5501 Edmondson Avenue "TOPS" in Famous Make Apparel tor Young Men Varsity Shop-Fourth Floor THE New HUB IN BUSINESS 67 YEARS IOHN DITTMAR 6. SONS, INC. LUMBER MILL FORK 800-B08 E. Pratt Street Tel.: Plaza 1672-1573 Phone Gilmer 3648 NORMAN T. OWENS PLUMBING - HEATING - TINNING 2447 Lauretta Avenue Baltimore. Md. 'It it's ior your Soda Fountain - we have it" PLAZA 6658-6659 Taft, Warren 86 Taft, Inc. SODA FOUNTAINS and SUPPLIES TAVERN SUPPLIES 30 S. Hanover Street BALTIMORE 1. MD. 126 McLaughlin Brothers COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 122 W. Franklin Street Lex. 0533 PARAD1sE GARDENS Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph F . Neville 6412 FREDERICK AVENUE Cat. 979 When You Buy Records CLASSICAL OR SWING Better Try HOCHSCHILD. KOHN 6. CO. Fourth Mezzanine Wolfe 8511 F LECKEN STEIN 'S 'Where Old Friends Meet" Andy Olert 1219 E. Chase Street Baltimore, Md To Mount Saint Joseph High School and Its Graduates of 1945 Congratulations and Best Wishes ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CHURCH Front and the Fallsway Fayette and Lexington In the Shadow ol the Shot Tower STAFFORD 86 BROTHER 1702-4-6 W. Pratt Street "F URNITURE and FLOOR COVERINGS" "SIMMONS BEDDlNG" "ARMSTRONG'S LINOLEUM" "OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT" H. C. THOMPSON WHOLESALE FRUITS. VEGETABLES and PRODUCE 205 WEST PRATT STREET BALTIMORE 1, MD. Saratoga 0105 7 AUGUSTA Building 86 Loan Association 4001 FREDERICK AVENUE CCorner Loudon Avenue? MORTGAGE LOANS MADE on DIRECT REDUCTION PLAN Interest charges become SMALLER and Principal Credits become LARGER with each payment VETERANS' applications ior MORTGAGES under the new "G. l. Bill" given prompt attention WE INVITE YOU TO OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT WITH US Accounts insured up to 355,000-each by an instrumentality of the U. S. Government Open Daily Gilmor 8290 Harry T. Campbell 86 Sons' Charles F. Evans 86 Son mc. Corp. FUNERAL ISIRECTORS Engineers - Contractors - Quarrymen Crushed and Building Stone 118 to 120 West Mt. ROYAL AVENUE Transit - - - Mix Concrete Mul 4226.422-7 Towson, Baltimore, Maryland Towson 500 - - - Tuxedo 2043 Best Wishes from THE ANNAPOLIS FLOWER SHOP HARRY PRICE "TRADE WITH TRADERH RAY RICKETTS Quality . . . Service Dial 3991 QMAR IENNINGS 68 Maryland Avenue Annapolis. Md. Phfmef Gilmof 1104 Gamse Lithographing Co., Inc. T. D. KEATING LABELS 419 E. Lombard Street BUILDER Baltimore 2121 W. Baltimore Street Baltimore, Md. LexinQ1Of1 1545 E. A. STEWART. Inc. H I S. Y I H Service COAL Quality We ll ing our Praise 501 S. Gilmor Street, Baltimore. Md. CLASS QF 4D A. C. MANNING, President Gilmor 2335 P E T E R ' S Frederick Generator 6. Armature Co. PULASK1 and FRANKLIN m3?S1?3E Zitiiisffll t3?5i,mG Generators - Starters - Batteries S F d Phone Gll. 7896 Mixed 24 Hour Service 1 Coil Boxes Drinks 2438 West Franklin Street. Baltimore. Maryland 5 Rented Corner Warwick Avenue G1 4070-71 128 ANNEX LAUNDRY INCORPORATED A Service for Every Housewife 126-156 N. Clinton Street WOIfe 6130-6131-6132 COMPLIMENTS OF THE KELLY CLUB sr. MARTIN'S CHURCH COMPLIMENTS OF Catonsville Bottling Co. BOTTLERS OF OLD F ASHIONED ROOT BEER coMPL1MENTs A FRIEND ECKHARDT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY Frederick Avenue and Marydell Road Apothecary to MT. ST. IOSEPI-I'S COLLEGE Whose Confidence We Appreciate D CHAS. O. IEREMIAS H. H. GOOD ITHE LITTLE TAVERN WITH THE BIG REPUTATIONI For Good Food ond Good Friends 825 POPLAR GROVE STREET Madison 0294 LIGHTING FIXTURES, WIRING, REPAIRS, SUPPLIES, ETC. 512 N. Eutcxw Street BALTIMORE. MD. Vernon 2737 Phone: GILMCR 2878 Edwina C. M. Drushler Iohn G. Hobler The Irvington Shop Ladies', Men's and Chi1dren's Furnishings DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES Greeting Cards for All Occasions 4114 FREDERICK AVENUE Baltimore - 29 - Maryland The Edmondson Cleaners 6. Dyers CARL C. REINECKE TAILORS FURRIERS Announce the opening ot a New Department Featuring Ladies' and Men's READY TO WEAR SUITS, COATS SPORTS WEAR 6404-6406 Frederick Road Catonsville, Md. Catonsville 340 Gilmor 6155 GEORGE 6: HARTMAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS 105 East Pleasant Street BALTIMORE 2, MD. E. B. HARRIS 6 SONS SEA FOOD LEXINGTON MARKET BALTIMORE. MARYLAND J. Edward Custy 13 Carrolton Avenue BALTIMORE. MD. Sears Roebuck 86 Co. 1400 E. North Avenue BALTIMORE, MD. Compliments of KIRMO LAUNDRY, INC. 2705 Frederick Avenue BALTIMORE, MD. Gilmor 1502 GEORGE A. FARLEY FUNERAL DIRECTOR Fulton Avenue and Fayette Street Frederick and Shady Nook Avenues CATONSVILLE. MD. MEYER 6 THALHEIMER Stationers - Printers - School Supplies 10 N. Howard Street BALTIMORE, MD. The University of Baltimore extends CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 1945 We shall be hotpPY to give information to any member of the class who wishes a B.S. degree in any field oi Business, lndustry, or Management: an AA. in a two-year Iunior College curriculump or an LLB. in Law. ADVICE IS AVAILABLE When you plan for your future home . . . as problems arise . . . consult this experienced home financing institution for assistance ofqmzed me Fairview Federal Savings and Loan Association 1. wu.nAM orrurr. Director 2013-2015 FREDERICK AVENUE Phone: Gllmor 3484 ARUNDEL-BROOKS CONCRETE CORP. Pre-Mixed Concrete Certified' Quality from Graded Materials -Office and Plant- 92l SOUTH WOLFE STREET Baltimore. Maryland Wolfe 8200 EDW. G. FICK 86 CO. Roofing Of All Types Erected and Repaired SHEET METAL HOME INSULATION UNiv. 6620-21-22 2008-10 Harford Avenue Compliments SERVICE BROTHERS DENTAL TECHNICIANS 356 North Gay Street SAratoga 7260 131 "Your Hallowed Walls We'll Ne,er Forget . . . " t 1945 SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BROTHER LEROY, GEX ........................... Moderator GILBERT GOLDBECK .............................. Chairman THADDEUS PGTOCKI ......... .... B usiness Manager WILLIAM SCHNEIDER ........... ............ S ecretary Bernard Appel William Grill Iames Milani Otto Beyer Gerard Biallcowski lohn Carolan Anthony DeSanctis lames Derenberger George Eikenberg lohn Engers lames Fogarty Eugene Gabardine Thomas Healy lohn Held lohn A. Herbert Herman lensen Oscar lohansen Iames Karwacki Iames Lightner Carl Lorenz Lawrence Lyng lames Miller lohn Mohler Albert Nemzelc Walter Roeder lohn Schaeffer Ioseph Trageser Thomas Voight Iohn Widmeyer Donald Williams We'l1 Be Seeing You CLASS 4.B COMPLIMENTS of -' I S " Pcutmg s Such weet Sorrow SAMUEL M. PISTORIO CLASS 4-A 132 The Store which has Served the Mount for More than 25 Years F. C. LEIDIG'S CQLISEUM ARUNDEL AGENCY , ROLLER 4107 Frederick Avenue Tobacco, Confectionery. Ice Cream, School Supplies. Magazines, Sodas. Sundaes Gum 3780 2201 N. MONROE STREET WM. F. ZELLER COMPANY, INC. SHEET METAL and ROOFING CONTRACTORS 613 W. CROSS STREET BALTIMORE, MD. Phone: South 1925, 1926 THE ARUN DEL CORPORATION BALTIMORE. MD. Dredging - Constructon - Engineering AND DISTRIBUTORS OF Sand, Gravel, Stone and Commercial Slag 133 Plaza 5157 24 Hour Service Free Oxygen to and From Hospital American Ambulance 6. Oxygen Service 1605 COURT SQUARE BLDG. . BALTIMORE 2. MD. Only Ambulance Service in Baltimore who are not undertakers MARTIN'S 4511 Eastern Avenue Stationery - Toys - Novelties - Sodas Borden's Ice Cream Phone: Br. 9812-9595 LEXINGTON 5787 P. J. MCI-3voY, Inc. IMPORTERS 310 West Baltimore Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND FOR COMMENCEMENT GIFTS COME TO HUTZLER BFQTHER3 Q ROOFING C. F. RUFF 1218 Elmridge Avenue WILL FINANCE Phone: Arbutus 577-R MERCY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING Otters 3-Year Course in Nursing Also 5-Year Combined Course Leading to R.N. and B.S. Degree Affiliated with University of Maryland Registered by New York Board of Regents SEND FOR CATALOGUE DIRECTOR OF NURSES BALTIMORE. MD. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND "No One Knows Paint Like a Painter" Liberty 0575 THOMAS I. GIBBONS Painting and Decorating 3403 St. Ambrose Avenue Baltimore 15, Md. Call Gilmor 4086 IARBOE BROS. STORAGE wAnEHoUsEs The Best in Foods and Meats 0. s. JENNINGS MoviNG PACKING RUG CLEANING G. A. STORE Agent Allied Van Lines Long Distance Moving 3427 Keswick Road 3932-34 FREDERICK AVENUE Ches. Q312 Longmore's 5 86 10c Store LEONARDTOWN. MD. STEVE'S cLoTHEs 2207 Eastern Avenue BALTIMORE 134 Congratulations to the Graduates from THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ot MT. ST. JOSEPH CGLLEGE OFFICERS 1945 Mark O'Hara, President Ioseph Latchtord, Recordinq Secretary Robert Morhiser, Executive Committee Chairman . Ioseph Broening, First Vice-President Iohn O'Connell, Second Vice-President Reverend Charles Monmonier, Chaplain Give a Gitt with a School or Lodge Seal THE JOHN TROCKENBROT CO. - Designers oi - SCHOOL. COLLEGE. CLUB, LODGE RINGS AND PINS For all local Schools and Colleges BANQUET FAVORS. TROPHIES 310 North Paca Street MT. ST. IOE RINGS Open Thursday Evenings Vernon 1052 FOLKEMER PHOTO SERVICE BEST WISHES FROM BELL 61 HOWELL EDUCATI NAL DEALERS Class 2B O 927 Poplar Grove Street BALTIMORE, MD. 135 MOUNT CRUSADERS-First row: Bill Yannuzzi, Ioe Pcxrlett, Mike Popoli. Bob Driscoll. Bob Earehurt. Iim Murphy. and leader Karl Zeuch. Second row: Wall Collins, Iohn Huemmer, Ed Purlon. cmd Fred Karl. Thanks to the Faculty and Students For Their Cooperation ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UNIT of the CATHOLIC STUDENTS' MISSION CRUSADE Brother Morio ......................... Moderotor Lawrence Lynq ......................... President Neil Coshen ...,. .......,... V ice-President Andrew Otert ..... ................. T reorsurer Donnell Bolmert ......... Recordinq Secretory losepn Dukert .... ..... C orrespondinq Secretory MOUNT ST. IOSEPH LEGION OF DECENCY UNIT Brother Iuies .........,,...........,... Moderator loseph De Sort ..... ........ P resident Witiioni Hefner .....,....,......... Vice-President STAFF OF THE MOUNT CRUSADER losepti Henneqon ...,..................... Editor losepn De Sort ..... ..... E ditor The Sacred Heart For The PVorld-The World For The Sacred Heart 136 FIELDS OLD TRAIL 5706 York Road Iohnny Fields. Prop. Wolfe 1127 Res. Broadway 1025 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Funeral Parlor for Your Convenience GEORGE A. WEBER Funeral Director and Embalmer Limousines for All Occasions 705 South Ann Street Baltimore 31, Md. VINCENT O. EARECKSON CONTRACTOR . . . BUILDER 2956 Presstman Street Congratulations and Best Wishes to THE CLASS OF '45 LA' 0799 STEWART an co. IOSEPH F. STROHECKER I PAINTER : : : DECORATOR Cornphments of Interior and Exterior BROWN'S CAFE 602 Nicoll Avenue Tux. 0769 I726 N. Durham Street SCH AEFER 6' ADDISON BALTIMORE IEWELERS and oP'roMf:Tn1s1's I33 S. Broadway BALTIMORE 31. MD. HART 5' CLARK In honor of the service men from 3F TRANSFER COMPANY Daniel Baqinski Iames Corbett 1300 Ridgleif Avenue William Canning Iames Davis Lex. 1757 Ioseph Conway Iohn Duffy GODSPEED! GRADS Saratoga 2685 Est. 1892 from s E 1 F ' s Clothing, Hats, I-'umishings and Shoes CLASS II 425-31 N. Gay Street Baltimore 2, Md. After the Show Or Whenever You're Low Stop At BOB F LAN N ERY'S TAVERN 4238 Frederick Avenue BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 137 Established 1933 The Free State Press CLARENCE DANKMEYER 2831 Guilford Avenue, Cor. 29th Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND University 1542 I. CARROLL MONMONIER Iewelry DIAMONDS - WATCHES - SILVERWARE 1 E. Redwood Street, Baltimore 2, Md. Calvert 2628 ' Compliments of EPSTEIN'S DEPT. STORE 3818 Eastern Avenue 565-71 North Gay Street GEORGE W. RHEIN COMPANY Manutacturers and Distributors M oi SANITARY SUPPLIES Everything for the Ianitor University 0141 Executive Offices: 806 E. 33d Street. Baltimore. Md. Lexington 1997 We Deliver FLOWERS I-'OR EVERY OCCASION FREDERICK REITZ Your Neighborhood Florist 1305 W. BALTIMORE STREET BALTIMORE 23, MD. COMPLIMENTS CF CLASS 3-A Compliments of I. V. MURPHY ASSOCIATED WITH ESSKAY CO. BEST WISI-IES FROM CLASS 2-C Phone: Madison 4534 POPLAR GROVE CLEANERS and DYERS WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Hats Cleaned and Blocked Ladies' and Gents' Garments Cleaned Pressed and Altered LOUIS PERTESSES. Prop. 2824 EDMoNDsoN AVE! BALTIMQQRE. EMD mv1Nc.'roN PHARMACY. INC. CARQQIQWQREEAD PRESCRIPTIONS Paints . . . G. E. Mazda Lamps . . . Keys Frederick and Augusta Avenues Made , I , Cylinders Tested Phone: Gilmor 3770 Baltimore. Md. 4192.4 FREDERICK AVENUE Compliments of CLASS 1-E BENKERT'S PARK RESTAURANT Hilton, Baltimore Street Baltimore. Maryland FOR INSURANCE CALL DANIEL A. FORD, JR. PLAZA 1335 - 2d Floor, 19-21 South Street BALTIMORE. MARYLAND HAMILTON 1633 E t bl h d 1922 J. HENRY CARSTENS 82 C0., INC 5700 Fcnr Oaks Avenue BALTIMORE 14 MD MbiPt dDtCttiA 139 OUT OF THIS WORLD Heavenly Mr. Iordan Uim Coynel extends an invite to worldly Ioe Pendleton Uohn Herbertl to visit his ethereal realms. "ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE..." We hope you don't miss any cues The Mount Saint Joseph Dramatic Society lohn F. Herbert .... . ...President lames Coyne . . . ..... Vice-President lames Fogarty . . . ......... Secretary lames Griffin ...... ........... T reasurer Ioseph Hennegan .... Sergeant-at-Arms The Cast of HEAVEN CAN WAIT as presented in the Mount Saint Ioseph's auditorium on April 17. 18, 19, 20. 1945 Ioe ......... lohn Herbert, Andrew Conner Mr. lordan ................. lohn Conner, Ioseph Dulcert, James Coyne Messenger 7013 ........ Bernard Wamhoff Owen Simon lulia ...,..... ....... B ill Tripp Tony ....... Bay Gaeng Bette .... .... H arry Gibbons . . . .George Herman, lim Fogarty Max .... Ames ................ George Boettinger Footman ................. George Kroen Williams ........ Bill Hefner, Iames Griffin Escort ................. William Lawson Lefty .................... Ioe Hennegan Doctor . . .... George Herman, lim Fogarty Detective ...... Bill Hefner, Iames Griffin LOYOLA COLLEGE 4501 N. CHARLES STREET Baltimore 10. Md. Offers an accelerated program leading to the following degrees A.B.. B.S., Ph.B., Business Administration Next Freshman Class starts Sept. 4, 1945 Phone: Cllesapeake 1020 SCHREIBER 86 JONES 210 W. Saratoga Street BALTIMORE 1. MARYLAND Sporting Goods - Athletic Equipment Res. 1311 Gorsuch Ave. UNiversity 3946 Sisters and Children of RICHARD H. HECKER PHOTOGRAPHER Our of Good Counsel Photo Studio 3013 Greenmount Avenue BE1mont 1342 10 a.m to IU p.rn. 1516 East Fort Avenue BALTIMORE. MARYLAND "Comp1iments oi Class 4-C" I U S T C A L L VOGEL-RITT Lexington 5215 FOR PEST CONTROL SERVICE Compliments of HUMMEL 6. FARRELL 4101 Frederick Avenue 233 St. Paul Place Baltimore 2. Md. Automatic Phonoqraph Lea d to On N' ht P ti I Lhiayenzeusl' e "' "' as REINHARD S BAKERY BIDDISON NOVELTY COMPANY AND PHONOGRAPH INSTRUMENTS - COIN OPERATED 1422 Pennsylvania Avenue Represented by Mr. A. G. RossegALTIMoRE' MD. 4115 Frederick Avenue Telephone: Broadway 8963 CECILLE Beauty Salon The Choice oi Smart Women Permanent Waving - Hair Coloring Specialists EASTERN AVENUE and BROADWAY Over Reads Drug Store BALTIMORE. MD. RITA WIEDEFELD FUNERAL DIRECTOR BUCCCSSOI' to HENRY C. WIEDEFELD Established Over 60 Years 914 GREENMOUNT AVENUE MUlberry aoss PODLES' MEAT MARKET The Most and the Best for Your Money in Meats and Groveries 201 S. 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LETTERPRESS ' ENGRAVING ' OFFSET LITHOGRAPHY ' ART SERVICE 143 F, IDEACE DN EAIQTH CEASE-horrors of warl Lef peace descend-Ief if be like unfo a shafi' of Iighl' across our froulaled land. Le'I' us look upon peaceful herds grazing quiefly and wafch 'I'he flickering shadows of fleecy -clouds skip noiselessly over hill, valley and dell. Lel' fhe dawns be dazzlingly golden and unfarnished by war clouds-Lei' fhe dusks be soofhingly purple in a lazy haze of peace. Ah, genfle peace-the diadem of reason! Peace, fhe hap y nafural sfa'I'e of man and fhe firsl' of all human blessingsl Lel' sufferings' sogs be hushedl Le'I' us again hear ioyful women singing-Lel' us again hear 'I'he silvery Iaughfer of 'merry childrenl Lef us again look calmly upon peaceful farms and franquil homes. Breafhe genfle peace, once again on a I'orn and suffering world. GDDD WILL T0 MEN Human hafe, so-called, is born of envy. Wars resull' from wholesale envy. Men do no'I' hafe each ofher-fhey merely misundersfand each ofher. Once a man comes fo know his neighbor, he finds him nice enough. This is frue, foo, of nafionsl Also, foo many obiecl' fo fhe ofher man fraveling his own road seeking fhe GOD-of-us-all. Man requires family, food, raimenf, shelfer and peace: fhese alone creafe human comforf. The cosf of war is frightening: peace is free. In fime, all men will become acquainfed wifh one anofher: 'Ihen will fighfing sfop and peace be soughf. Civilizafion will evenfually find a mefhod of sfopping mass murderl Buf, we musf firsl' win 'Ihis war which was fhrusl' upon us. However, once peace does come. Ief us embrace if gladly- and forever. 4294! 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