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

 - Class of 1947

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B M g Mount St. Joseph High School Baltimore, Maryland 3 Q5 2 w -vw xx -1 X, Ng 'sw R Q nr X 5 N3 5 Q 4 3 , . 5 1 5 1 3 I E N121 Q L wepkksm : G5 5 Q . .x.L.: Sv i 1 R S Z -zbt h ::, s x " ' -XM. f t i 3 Yi XX gkxx ug L x was xi sk . f Q 'l -A -- . is 5 3.5 ,M-,.. S 1 fw 14 Q x-'tru F I Aan 7 K , .V , 1 I i, x pr Q , S x ,ff 3 1 a it 3 Y Nadia... Arvhhishop of Baltimore and Vvashington 'll-nth in an illustrious line that saw il Carroll, a Baylvy, il Cihhons Iiishop ol' St. Augustinf' Assistant to the Papal Throne Cllilllt't'll0I' of the Catholic University. Ki Arvhhishop of l'llZll'liy And of Catholic- r-flux-ation liuildvr of thx- spiritual litr- ol' tht- City, stair' and Distrivt l"rim-nd of tlw poor, ol thc' orphanvfl and ugvcl Chznnpion of youth and their CHUFP. ln trihutv to il vouragloous life and a couragf'ouS flvuth. in token oi rf'vci'mn'f- for the memory of our lwlovt-cl Arclihisllop, we dedicate to him this 1-hronit-lv of our yours here at Mount St. Joseph, knowing that 1-losvst to his heart, among the mul- tiplv 1-urvs ol' the primal sc-0 of Ai11m'im'a, was the Cutholim' Q'lllll'i.lli0ll of all youth within his urvh- tliovvscs. '-' Giving om- of thc- tivo Absolu- Iions nftvr tha- Holm-mn l'ontiti1-ul Mass of Rvqui- vm all tha- Vatlu-lil-al for tht' rc-posv of thc- soul of .hw-hhisliop l'url1-y is Most Rc-vvrc-ml Thomas Toolvn, Bishop of Mobilv. Othvr lIl0lllbl'l'S of tha- Init-rm-vlly who gave- Ahsolutions wvrv Most, llvvm-rc-ml I'1-tm-1' lrcton, Bishop of Riclnnomlg Most livvvrvml Amlvto Civognani, Apostolic Ilvlm-gait-3 Most ll0Vl'l'1'lld XVillian1 Hafvy, Bishop of Svramtonq and Most. Rvvvrvml lmwrom-v Shv- hzln, Auxiliary Bishop of lialtilnorc and Wash- ingglon. . 1 :Jigga 5 ? ? - W L49 4. . 'Hr WI' R ., is 1 S 1 'E . 92. 3 , , Q- A F Y' ,, ,fr . Q if L41 Y W . . ' 1 WAX 3 W - Q . 'r 1' -4 A N x x X . 1 , A ' x gill , M H "J fgLi.'ewn.fYv K . 1 f ' A WA:ai,M x Ask .,., xg, 'YQ s We Saw lt vqlmalfffm blll' luvall suns. ull Nlulml N .lmk Will sing your pnlise- Wlll'I'l'.t'l m- gn: W4-'Il lrwul lifnfs pull: Nlllltblll l lvalr ,Xml Iifllllllly flu xslml yu lilllglll lu-re-. Ye 'Tlnm Mah-rl Alma lVlulvrl llalil nur Mount Sl. .lm-3 ll is an 'uv In lu- vuur sun. 0 l Alum lllulvr. 1ll'ill'l'Sl mn nur lmllmu-rl mulls um-'ll IN'-ll l'11l'gLl'l1 Youll lmmlx on us Wlllltll l'l'QlI'1'l' You lmvcl us Nllvll uv xx:-rv uilll VUIII VM- ll low- thl- Mount :uul ua' Il lw lrlu-. IN A SETTING OF TREES - Un llu- risv whivh gin-s tho Mount its llllllld' stands Illv Slain liuillling' with its fulniliur lnuw-I' lnppml hy vruss and Hug. Nvu' on lha- sm-1-ln' url- tha- uvriuls for sa-Ilnul Sl2llillllN XYSEIQISI4' and XYZSNIVI. Iluwn ll11'll'4'm'- 1'mmpim'4l front clrivv uv 0llS1'l'Yillj.l' lhv squirrvls, lull nvw spq-Ml rc-m'm'1Is wvre- sv! il' lln hum u us lull and "jug" lln-1-nl:-I slrnllwl daily l 'WM SQKKSA sf . 5Kii 5 nl A F' 1- . li YW ff .K N V. ,. Q I'-'tx S X- g ,, , k ...Q , W f'fN if 1 in? 'C' P' fi! N El ca K 1 vf' K K, P-- v .s I k. UT . MQ.-. 41 ,W,,...,,,,,,.,1 V . QW. 4 . - 1 . 1 .- ,gf 1 u. +1 . W mf ' 1 ' ' .Q faux, x A' IF - h Q , 2 ffgtgsfgimfrg X' f . 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This lwvy of S4-tonilvs, shown glw- luwj I'0ill'2ll'Sill,l.E with llH'llllN'l'S of tho svlmol dru- nmtif- ,2'l'0lllP, assi:-ztvil in lll'0llll4'ill,1.E "GululuuI .lon4's." came dnaw, emma, amf 7' l"l-ush Tum M1-1'urtl1y In-I1-Ilvs in an win- dow of Ale-xiuw Hull snug and wan-nl with an 1-ony of USHOXVIDUIIIIIIUA S4-nim' Nlilfillllll flllflllllllil frmn sunny Vuha is not quitv surf- just what to do about all this pre-1 ipilutinn. V ,Q ad!" 4 .lorry lun-nm-1' fulmu-5 ruslws up tm' his 1-:um lm! Y1-In-zlu-Inn lfrvxl Ihwlmlt pre-fa-iw an sh-1l xl Iimv. l'ql'Zlllli Ile-lmk und .hm Sullivan flvflj :nl plx-:lszlnl l'i'lllilNl1'I'S Hull wintvr is hl'iQ.fIlI1'Ill'll hx thc- Prom and thc- I-'outhnll Ilum-1-. "Why lie in England now that Aprills tlie-re?" when at the Mount the year ends with a burst of scenic campus heautyg Holy Weeks brings with il the annual retreatq the crack of the hat is heard on the lower field and exams seein only too near. But Vince Hogge and Hugh Gardiner don't have to fear the Hnals too much, says Brother Ronan lleftl to their folks. And it was ,lack Fonle who wielded a potent willow in the Stadium tiff with Poly. Below Jack submarines home after a four llase knock. ncfffzee Lung nc- KII'1'llIlll'd of llw mlm' MIIUII uc wnuld haw mn' diplonm. but wh:-n Iii l.a1wl'4'm'c- SIIPIHIII llilllllvll il In us 4 dm-s to Carlos RlYlllZll2ZlIl'l'il tlwlmsb un m-rf-11 l1Ill1-sm'rv ulmul ll ull. Senna' of ilu- vast of 213 mlm alppvzllrcl un ilu- Lyrlm' slugv for ll um- night stand ,IIIIIP ll uppvalr zlluwc-. All W1-vin-d the- saunv 11-xsurd. Al iliplmna. as lu H ,,,. Q ,... X 5, WE mv Q if , is ,Q 531' Mi .Q 9 X s ., r , N ':,. A .,,,.: r ' 'F ffs F gg Wiz A ' ww 2 1 ff , , rg? M Q: A wwf if fi Q wi? . gnxl I Y Y 4 is ,Lk iii ml Y w Fw N K X I A Q ,, M. .x X! as t 655 5,2 ,V 'QA .. LA V F: . A. M ' F . X if .Q 'E Q ww. EA x , K f 1 M, A 3 1. 4 K m M - F, jf 4 . MQ , mf V, Q 1 , A f ' 'A X 9 Q - 1 +- N? . ,R V " -1 Y f fr 1 was ,, ff Y A my 6. , Rf WS Q u as mi Q , AQQQ A K 1 8 V4 f , . N -A . f X kg fa t gkngax 5? Q iss? 'b'!w xprii ' 'f ... . 5 -1, A ji, 0...-an 2 B-j:4M'5-Q! 2 , .-, . 5 ith Prayer Wm "Curl grunt lllul uv may ln- lrulx' wlsa-. was ilu- Mawr ul IIUU Nlountmvnt all llw illlllllill 'ss uf tha- Holy fylwsl. SCIIIPIII- " . ' ,I .--plmk Mmlusl1'l'y. Nc'x'f'l'c'lul f.hill'll'S Leung. l,.l'.. zlstor of tho xIUllil5lQ'l'y. was llu- - -arunl ul thx- lilm--lmmm-cl "l'llIOIly. IXQIIIIPI' ,Mlrizul prvzlvll- 1 ."'lll0lI. TIIIIS mls nfliviul- ' illllllQIlll'il11'Cl the' S1'V1'llli4'lll 'mul yvur all ilu' Nlmxnl. l'NI'l'lfIIl IN I'l'IlI'USI4I-Illlringg thi- Mass IIt':l1llmlsl0l' Ilrntln-r ll4u'lllulmn4'w flmtloln lvfll IMI tha- Sllld1'llI body in tha- r4-m'itn- lion ul' tha- l'0!i2ll'y. Ilrwllu-r SIRIICUIIII, Ilirvvtor of Studios, knva-ls lwhiml him. Hmm- ul' tha' lmys flwluw mifltllvj pro- vn-1-ll flll'0llgll tho lu-uutiful arrlwal 1-ntrumw of ilu- Nlmms- tvry. TIN' 1'1'Il'l!l'2llll, I":lllu-r l'lml'l4's IAHIIQI, l'.l'., flwluu' righly pusvs wil Il an-ulytvs Frank SIIIQIWIQQIIII mul 'Yom llmlg.:1'. lg,-othvr fiuy llrotlu-r .lolm Fllrysostmn l5""fh"l' Hilflrh' Ilirm-l'l0l' of Iivsidvllts l'lu'vl1asing:g ALCPIIK l7il'1'l'l"l' Uf fVl'l"'i"S l They Point The Way Makvrs of thf' Mount man during the past ye-ur im-luclvcl Q37 Xuverian Brollwrs and ninv lay lvam-lu-rs. Supvrior for lllff llrotlu-rs and llcucl- mastvr of the school was lirotlwr B2lI'lll0l0lllf'W. C.l".X. ln cllargv of sc-llulaslic' lllilllfxfli, uufl ilu- man to sec if you Willllfxfl to lw r-xx-usvcl ilu' lust pvriurl on Friday to go lo Timlulvloo for Z1 wvvls- 1-nfl, was Brotlwr lVlalr-mlm, llirvvlm' of Stuclivs. 'flu' cllivf slwpherd. guide and inspirm' of Ihr- rvsi- clvul, flPlPQklll0Il was Hrullwr Guy. llirm-lor of llvsi- df-ul Sluclvuts. Brotlmm' Hilarv supervisf-ml illllll'lll'S, Brother Malcolm ' m,.m.tm. nf qmdim and llrollwr john Clll'ySUSl0lll. all llw vurif-cl ill'- tails that vntffr into the running uf il lurgv mlllvu- tional plant. 5. e X' S DQN4 , lx. X K U, , Brotlwr Zachary Brother l!vrnau'dus Mrs. G0l'm'd Bun-vs Miss l'llli'l'1' Hull Zh 'ff-wff ,pl F 'J 'x I -1. X I 'l'I4 Ilxxgilslllll' goldvn ,llIlliI2ll'i!llI!4 on thv fzivulty l'1'lll'l'St'lll 220 yi-urs of Xzivvr- iiniwin, m-urtic-:ally all of wliivli has he-4-n spa-nt in thi' 1-lassrimni. 'I'ha-y ari- lmft ti ii hl, ISI th ' 1 -g' -11 or X! allvr, 51 yvnrsq lh'0tl11-I' Al'l'llllillN, 50 yi-airs: nl'0llll'l' Iglnitiiis, 58 yi-ar:-: :ind l!rolln-r f'1'l4'Slil'll', lil yi-ilrx. Aiiotlwr who has pjivvn morn- than lin- 1lt'l'1Hl1's tu Gull, lh-ullu-r ,-huistalsiiis, is not SIIKNYII. With The Faculty Within llim- yvzir joy uml sm'rmn vaiim- lu iiwnilu-i's of llll' l'lll'lllly. lhufk iii Svplviii- In-r limllwi' Cimlmiiliicwv 41-11-lwl'ziti'fl his silw-r jilliilvc- us sin Xaixfwiuii. On Ifvli- riiury 23. ai Mass zmfl luiiiqiivl limmre-il lhwrtlivi' Al'l'il1lillS. vniiiplf-liiiu ai hull' wh- lury als ai n-Iigimis li-zir'lu'i'. lirullii-if lmw Iwi-ii ul llii' mllblllll I0 yvurs. ln llll' szliiii' munlli. Nliss lflls-ii Murlx. imailiuilwla- limiil ufliw- iuirlxvl' lN'K'illll1' llif' liriilv ol' livrairil lillIl'w 3.1. ln April Kllillll vziim' In furiiii-i' lll'ilfllll2lSll'I' lgrullivl' lffliiiiiiiil. ziml also lu lil'0llll'l' Muiiri1'1'. who haul In-4-n in ill livziltli :il llii' xllllllll ilu- luis! ww-ii ya-airs. lgl'1lllll'l' 'xluysills lvlil lui' limlin' lo lN'l'UllN' iiilvisvi' In ilu- Xziwriziii SlllH'l'l0l' Hi-m-rail. lil'iHllliIl1' Ili-gif:-vs xwiw' non ln llmllivi' Nvri. lirinllii-i' Lzirlus illlll lirullii-r lfriv. ISI! H ' Ullllulillllllll-Iii l"i-lwmlry Sl. Joi- ulnsi-rvvll IgI'lllh1'l'llUll XY4'vli with nn :is- si-nihly tu lil'UlllUll' In-iii-r llmli-l'st:iluIilig.f ZIIIIUIIQ all rum-s aillll l'l'l'1'fl5. .xllliillgj thi- 'llvnlu-rs wi-rv l"3llll1'l' William Sain-r Qlvftj of Si. 3li1'hill'l'S, Uvi'rl1':i: lhwrtlivi' Ilan-tlmluim-W: :mil Ih-. XY. Ih-Iupluin ul' thi- M4-llmilist Ilmircl of lfliliu-utimi. lin V ' ' .M llw he-ual lulnlv fur lwrulln-r xXn'v1ulll1s gulclm-n jlllmilvf' Hop ls-fl! m-rv lirnlln-r llurllmlmm-xx. Pm XlIIl'iilI limlllm-1' Usxsuld. Ihr- hillllililfiilll. l'mx'im'iul . , . r 1 lmnllvlllm' llrulllvr llawnlus. llu- Hl'illIIllilSll'l 1xl Mrs. frt'l'ilI'd Hum-s Hop rlghlb. lln- lrrlmla' IS ilu fnrnwr lfllr-11 Murk of ilu' ,Ixl'l'llSlll'4'l"S Ullim- ' limllwr Nvrl 1l'l'lllt'I' lvflb 11-vm-lu-41 Ins MA. from Nl ,l0llll.S l'lIiYf'l'5ily during the- ye-ur. nhilf ulhm-rs lfriv and QZLIFIHS lm-1111-I' right! I'l'l'l'iYl'1l Hllllillll' Qllllllllilll' horrors frmn Nluryluml lxniwrsily Blulhvl' lXIilll'1lllll rulllplvlml his firsl fl'ill' als 'Firm- tur of Studia-S. In XIHITII ll lllfgt' nl:-lvggalliml all vmls tllf- lwsl xsishz-s of lln- wvlnml In Mr. :tml hllclvd llw fum-ml tlmllmnb ul furnu'r II1-aullmnsla-1 vlhvr lfmlmuml. SllIN'l'illl1'IHlPIll ul' Sl. Murfm lncluslriul S4-lnml. vu is , ' Q SULICNIN NlUMl+IN'l': Ullfillg thv Holy S1l4'l'ili1'0 of tho Mass, 4-vlvlmlti-il on llw singa- ol' lln- Elllllilhfilllll during thv :nmuul I1-In-alt in Holy NYM-k, tho ci-lm-lu-aunt, Fznllli-1' l'0l'lll'lillS, C. I'. In-mls ovvl' tho host to uttm-r thv s:u'l'1'll words of von- svvlultioll. Tho an-olylvs 1ll'1' .hu-quvs n4'l'lli4'l' and Iloh Lowa-. llvligion Il0l'Illt'ill4'tl our daily lin-S at Sl. jov. Not just in ilu- liull'-liour cluily 1-lussvs whivh taught us more of llw floi-lriuu and liturgy of Holy Molhvr Clum-li. liut in e-auch am-livitivs as this cliulogm- Mass. ilu' rm-lrvul, llu- Forty llours' llc-voliou. and aliovv all in Ihr- knowlmlgo of the l':lll'l11llAiSllt' l'i'm-si-in-v. climl is 1- rf-alizv ilml Ili:- Mouul is ll house- ol' God. Religion Comes First :WSE m.,,tlH.,. ll,-other lhlotha-r 0 V. Q 1-l,h,sHn0 mnmiug H alt:-r .h'4-:ullus All-uns lh-olhvr Ih-olln-I' Mother Tongue rw. . - . 1 ihlrty 4-lussvs lll0t'illlg hw illllt'S an wvvk insurv 8.250 minutes of instruvtimi in nur mutha-r tongzuv. Bmtht-r Arthur in his st-iuml lilmrzirv uifvrs an wide svlvvtiun of lmuks for pivasurr' or pmiitalivlt- rvuti- ing. Our Carilmiwun fri:-mis. who smut'- times arrive' in Bzliliillunl spvuiiillg unly Spanish, smut catch un to tho rudiim-nts ni' lfnglish through the tuturiul e-fforls uf Hrotiwr Arvudius. And in tin' uppvr yvurs. lmnk lists keep us lnusy liiSt'tlYl'I'illQI stum- uf the betta-r works uf fannous ifnglish und AlIlf'l'i4'iUl writers. ISS'l'l'IIt'S MIGN-ln thc- frush-sopll spelling he-v thul was nm- of tht- t'vutlll'4-s uf Opvn Houst- llifllli, thv U'illlll'l' ln'0v1-tl tn ln- t'r0sh Ray Stax'- howski fs:-mm-ll at tht- dirtimmryjz svvoml wus than-Iiv In-lu-lins trightjg and tit-cl for third wt-rv Juv Zi1'hl'0ll tlvftj and llun Ashlvy. lirotlu-r nI'0lil1'l' llI'0th0l' lirothm' A,-g1,,,,. N.-I-i .lc-rvminh Vulnmn Ilrntht-r Iirotlu-I' llrnthm' Mr. Stunts-y Nlilflill John Julvs Mario Zuh-ski 5 on HW an 'wh A I' EA., 5. w xf NX W4 XM S M' ,X W' ' ms v M :.. -12 W 2, M. mf 5 ,.,. . a 09514 as llllilt 7 - :.3. flax E ,,': e hyv. M -M 5 ' 'Q ' -:,' Q-'::1'h1: S H , . X 7 'R --,G +4gif, xx f ' , 1 Q: -Vg , i , , A Y S 3 kv, H, ,:A.:,,,: , A A, Q if .2 r 5 x llrnl In-r lhwmtllvr Mr. -IRIIIIPS Hr. Yin:-4-nl Nillllilll lil'llilll l':lll1u'n- IM'Sunlia And Domestic l'il'Hlll Jxllillll to thl- .Mmllir Agn- wv lvurm-ml ilu- slnry of mam mul his xmrld tiflllll ilu- wvinl Studi:-s staff. With the- hvlp ul i1-xls. IIHIIFS. vlmrls. lllUXit'S mul trips to llislorim' points xw IIUFQIIIH' ur'- I tlllililllvll xsilll world. ,'Xlll4'I'il'illl and l'llI'l'l'lll lliSl1ll'Y. viiizvllsllip. 'RUNIMITY-N""""l"W 'U "i5""'i:'l TININN TWIN i"' - - - - - ' ' tvrvsl In histmw' 1- zum-s. H1-low on lull N-llslillv --um Dllll :md 5 v -1 rl mv. :Xml xw I-Ulllld ll 'I "l.'l'lll'llIll!I slnrx. . ' . . 'U A A N' K I- K ' N k ' N - Illl'llll'l'N Nlr. Ilrm-ll and Mr. Znlvskl nl thv .l1-lh-r- son NI1'lll0l'iillI 1'iIl4llI4'2'l'lllli, lla-rI'1'l :Incl Ilruvk- Illl'yl'l' visit tha- Iflnm-h I'r:1l1: tha- lumlq-rs toss ruins in 'l'v1'ums1-Ing aunl young l'vt1- fwlllglllill, just in from Tokyu, gin-s In-ws ut' on-vllpivcl Jupaln. Xi Cl, 'I-' x ' 1 Y' S Aw w? '5' .1 5 3l. ,- 'hav 7 X I , A x 1 ,Q W All ff.-,J V, F. 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Pla-xyalk 111-lulmlwlluie-sl lln' "llll1IllIll1'lIlilIF of typing. IMlUlxlx1'1'IPilIQ. slmrllluml. and thv lm- 111 ulluw llmvlllllvs. Hrollu-r Imnmla-r l5l'0ill1'l' Uill'lli4'l' Mr. John Plvvyak Y' ,y ,- s if I ,is ' x -ww ? ' I A is 1 X we Ox ggi? 3 3 if Xl 4 E Q, ,mf E K Q skis , 1 , 5 F25 X7 .5 w, sg! gl i m E Q -NLfSk"wx.wxQ -w--sq' 1,-gf, .tsl M 'F A-ww M. gfww,-5 3 Q5 +49 qgfrwm, ., ,,.. . Wmww -W 4 -psw, I " K .sw -I ,4 an , WX ' Y Qs "' "' rx, y X 'Q Q5 ., W n.x, , X Www in Men oi Science Evidence of the scientific influence can he found on all sides at the lVlount. Un the roof can he seen the several antennas of short wave stations W3KBF and WISMCI through which Brother Marcellus and his radio class and Brother Joel Contact fellow "hams" all over the world. Down in the biology lah on the first floor, ai thriv- ing bee hive behind glass greets the casual visitor. The biologists also learn hy doing through means of their vegetable garden hehind the school. You Can identify physics students hy the pro- jects they always carry with themg aeronautics people often possess models of well-known planesg and chemistry students are those harried souls with the hig charts for their Open House exhihit. That small hoy walking around ohserving ai cloud trying to find if it is cumulus helongs to the general science class. AGENTS UF IlES'I'liUC'l'l0N-"Huve u whiff of this methanol," senior lild Howser invites an ohligging' IND stu- dent, Jackie Elly, an Open House visitor to the chem lab. His two eolleagnes, who illustrated the process of the de- struetive distillation of wood, are Hai-ry Hessenuuer tleftl and Charlie Smith. NOT FUR SA LIC-Open House :leromluties leeturer Mel 'Puszynski is not selling, hut! demonstrating this gy:-o horizon to Mr. Bernard Stallings, father of Bill Stallings, Mount freslnnan. 5911 X ,wg K4 211 42 yt x... -i Iirullu-r Simon Mr. John llI'l'K'll IMZUR SHAIRI'-Nlr. lh-ve-n Qui lPilllllU and his n2ll'lN'l' 2-:Imp Put-l'ps-I-Isl IQ1'l'llilll, lil-vp: .hnl4-rsml, Lou f'2ll'IN'l' and Hill l"1-lpgvl' slirwl up zu ff-w nhl I'zu'1n'it4-s at ll l":1!ln-rs' lluh H'illt1'l' llll'1'l- ing. OLD TIBIIGIKS-Tllis sc-pt:-t of svniors Imvv blown lln-ir lust non-s fm' tho svhool hand. .hnong thc- svniur l!H'lllIH'l'N of thx- musivzul group with long yvars of svrvim- ure- lvft to l'ig'lllZ Jim llrisvoll, Miko Populi. -IOP liunnc-r, .lim li3llNki, Mvlvin Smith, .lorry 4'u,L5lv, und Frank Hayvs. 0fMen... Nvu to the Musim' l,Plllll'llIlf'llI this yvur was Nlr. ,lnhn lhe-1-11. om- linw Navy Hivr. who inlrocluc-ed frcshmvn and supl1mmmr1-s In the- hum' things in music. 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Ili lay 222 ll-vl will Qll'l'UlIlIlIUllill1' Inu lvaxflwllmll 4'1llll'lSI flllllll 54-nl: lm' Sll1'l'lill4lI'5 will ln- VUII- laum-ml In il lull!-.lm Llflllllltl llllS llmnr. l'HlllllIy, llll'ill'll1'I5XSlll up llu- vgxpurily In Lllllll. ul lull I'tl5l4'l' nl lmlmn' spurls. plus plnslvul ll'ilIIllIl2 lm' ull. 4-mllml lw nmclv pussllllv ln Illn- 4-mnslrln-lmzu ul lln- In-xx lhlllllllllfl. Un ilu- sm-:ul Quln-, llu- 4l!'lll'llIl'l' 1-oulll lu' lllllllvll lm' Slll'll l'um'Iimls as mppe-ls. flaw-1-S. vaml purlir-s uml W ull. Klum- ilu- 1-lnlmllw Ll lnrmm' pluqur' xxm1l1l lieu lln- ll2lIll1'S ul' 51, ,llN'.F llUllUl'1'Il ll:-alll. , N . -ty-sq,-,E Gww ancf Zfjwz' Plans to honor with a Hliving memorialv the 711 Mount alumni who died in the service of their country during World War Il crystallized during the past fall into a campaign for a new gym- nasium to be erected on the school campus near the ticket booth on Gibbons Field. Need for the structure was apparent to anyone acquainted with St. Joc-'s growth during the past few decades. Last building addition on the grounds was Alexius Hall, built in 1926. Since that time the school population has increased by almost 900 to the present enrollment of llo2. The gymnasium, put up in l9l5 when the- student body numbered about 300, is now entirely inadequate for the size of the school and its athletic prograin. as the picture on the left would indicate. 'PIGNSE MOMICNT-Spectators seein a tritle excited us Mr. XYojcihov- ski's championship quint ekes out u win over Loyola. lint the view also shows that the Mount has long since outgrown its gym as far as EUIPQIIIIYQ' seating for important HQIIIIIPS goes. 'Phe new memorial structure will obviate any more stiting on the tloor or standing along thc walls. lYe hope it cloesn't obviate the winning. ...wwf ...M , NN Mtlliwt JI ,le U 4 w cc.,. r' Hmwuw-UU'-rsrmw "'r""""'r'W""i"' "W ,Link Y, fm., M-l-1.,,f.3f,-f - .,.a.....,..,.c,, , . , MN , .V za A: 5,1 . I' s 2 V iff M s QN 'H Y A K .W . .L a 2 lf , ws A X 'I ,V V , ' Q Q 'W.:.3l..... 3 'Wham 1' "' Q 1 I iff: , f, fx ga .D ,P , Q ,g.,.W My 1 2 x' ,ii-4 ' :Q 3 I K x ii + 3 K 3 'E s f s X Q 'nm Q . w,m...,, f......... V- . S-. Q ,Q , J af E ' x a i if? f A K vu A ig w 4 3 A E E E Qi? D ""': Xi, . ff 1 I 4 ,'-A Q 1 . 4 4 A V2 r- gf .Y .f f 4 ' L it . ik Qt 55, W Q Q 'Q-'l X .W NXX NX x .fx X V 4 W x I l f F I x 'x X SSX 3' A irmx QXX ff f X in F B www YW -hx Q Q W, r-M 1 rf aims? --,': Q WQO1 ' ES 5 bg, X 1' 4' WW -A 1 X .,,, A ' R ..,. - A. .,.., I i ,-' :-1 Q' 'H 5' l ii . if . ' '-fa.. T t Hixf5" ,ri - A I V - h - lv - K 4 ' I . . . B, . wi A .W y IN zaf I NF' A s. il if ill ,QM J . Www .1- A. tkllfll. GRID GRI'IA'l'S-l"lIiS'l' RUXY: Managers Ray xvilllvllll, Hill Srliath-l', Fharles 0't'onnor, Htl Uoady. SIGVUNID ROW: lion Ann-nt, Iloh Wills, Frank Ri-hak, Carl Iipple, Ilan f'l'UHfblll, lion Iii-eker, Al Kipke, Gem- Kenny, John Gr-ppi. THIRD ROXY: Mr. Zalcski, .lov Fitzgeralcl, Jerry Sr-hlimm, .lim Reeves, John Staley, Phil llaly, lfld Howser, Mr. Kozlowski, Mr. XVoj4-illovski. F0l'lR'l'H RUXV: Jim Ito:-kard, -lov Fred- erirk, Ilerniv linker, Norris Sterling, Charlie filll0lllIlll', Al Neville, XVaIt Smyth, Pat Vito, Yinev Rossi-tti. l"ll"'l'H RUXV: 'l'om Palm, lius Smith, .lim fllfllltlll, Jaek Shanahan, Charlie Palm, .Xl Aflzuns, Gil Summers. PRIVATE SCI-IGCJL CHAMPS With peerless Johnny Geppi galloping through opposing lines, with Phil Daly punting brilliantly, with Jim Reeves and Blister Smith romping adroit- ly, with Don Ament passing cleverly, and with seven stubborn linemen, the Gaels, Inastermined by Vic Wojcihovski, enjoyed their greatest season since the ehampionship squad of l927. Besides snaring the private school and Catholic trophies, the pigskinners also nabbed their second leg on the K. of C. cup, and retired the Catholic Benevolent Legion award. Fullbaek Geppi, guard Bob Wills, and Center Al Kipke were named on the Sunis All-lVlaryland squad. Linemen Dan Crogran and Ed Howser and back Phil Daly and the All-lVlaryland trio made the All-Catholic team. The Touchdown Club dubbed Geppi i'Best Scholas- 'H i 'wwgyti "oval tie Player in lVlaryland," and Bob Wills made first- WMV K-oilfhcma-ll string guard on theVl'learst paperis All-American me coavlgxlg into lm' eleven. 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Purple and Cfeam With only a song and two wat-ks 1-oat-hing lu'- hind thf-In. tlu- Gael griddf-rs privd ilu- lid oil' tlu- '-IO pigskin paradv with thvir traditional olu-ning day rival 1 vaunted Gonzaga. 'lilua lads swung into tlu- campaign with ont- st-4-iningly insnrinonnt- ahlv handicap - Vit' Wojvihovski. ru-w lu'ad nu-n- tor had lulen with tht- squad so short a tinu- that hr- hardly knew tlu- nanuxs ol' sonu' of the playvrs. Playing surprisingly hrilliant hall against a te-ani whit-h had trotnu-Pd thvni hadly in tlu' past two years. thf- nntrivd Jost-lihitvs lu-ld tlu' powvr- ful visitors to a single- ntarkt-r in tlu- first half. Altar tlu- rf-st Don Anu'nt and Phil Daly. playing against his lllZllt"'S of 'l5. riflvd tlu' oval to Umu- Kvnny, ,lohn Stalvy and ,lohn Gvppi, with Anu-nt voinuirting to Kc-nny in tlu- f-nd-zoiu- for tlu' scorv. Daly addvd tluf vxtra point for a short-livvd 7-0 lvad. hut the Washingtonians rallivd in tho final vanto lor a i5-7 vit-tory. Witli hut Ifi players saving avtion. tlu' iinprov- ing pigskinnm's sluggvd it out with an itil'-liiilNli'Kl St. Panlis 1-lvvvii to a fntilv I2-I2 tiff. Anu-nt hit Daly in tlu' voliin coriuir to wipe' ont a 6-tl Crnszulr-r lvad. and Lon Bac,-kvr then rm'ovc-i's'cl a flnnhlt- dvvp in muimy territory to svt up a live'-yard svor- ing jaunt hy l,i'l Dynamite' Ceppi. 'lilui Cac-ls wt-rv in hot water for the rest of tlu- afternoon as St. Panlis did FVt'I'ylllillg hut set up tvnts on ilu- litirplv goal linv. Nvvertluilvss, a magnilivvnt ,losvphitv line- allowed hilt ont- score- to tit' up tlu- hall ganu-. Showing nioro and more air-niiiulvdiwss. tlu- griddvrs Itluin ,lrounci-d a tenai-ions Mi-Donogh team 26-12. Gvppi stratffd things with a 56-yard touchdown jaunt. and Anuint hefuddlvd tht- Cadvt dc-if-lisvs with a svrivs of acrials whit-h gavv tlu: IN SITSIMARY-Ann-nt zunhlvs against Gonzaga . . . llaly vonvvrts to tio tlu- l'l'llszul4-rs . . . Smith sc-ol-vs on Nlvllonogh . . . lim-vc-s slovs likv- wism- against S1-v4-rn . . . Pity mvt a stont- wall . , . lkvlow, holding llll'LI2lllll0lH', is lh-otln-I' Iiartholomvw adding' his hit to tha' pu-p rally hvt'or4- tho Gonzaga gainv. On th-vk for a fvw words through thc- shoutvr's fIllllll'l is atlllvtit' dirt-4-tor, lh-other Hilary. I'nhliz' ualelri-ss systa-in took a holiday. Meant Victory Gaels their first win of the young season. The liurlets were the last tealn to score on the Gaels all season. lleppi tallied again in the Severn till and markers lay jim lteeves and 'l'onnny Palm enahled the lrvingtonites to whitewash the Little Admirals I9-0. Seoring in the last three periods. the Purple pigskinners wrealaed havoe with Cityis title hopes with a 224-tl vim-tory. Outstanding feature of the tilt was a tremendous field goal hy Phil Daly whieh earried ll yards from his toe to the goal posts. Seoring power lveeame even more and more evi- dent as the Gaels roundly trouneed a good Gilman squad S33-0. Ueppi and Reeves tallied twiee on long jannts and lluster Smith added a tiftli for good measure. Center Al liiplie snared a lateral front llaly lior seore and Ceppi tallied again as the ,losephites smeared lforest Park I5-ll to run their vietory sl-:ein to live. llardest eontest of the season was ai hard-fought 6-tl thriller with Loyola. The Gaels and Dons hattled it out amid the mud and rain of a desolate Noveinher Sunday. Alltel' a Don haek had hohliled a mud-soaked oval on his own 25, Ceppi scored three plays later from the I. The Dons marched the length of the field several times in the wailing moments of the tilt hut a superh St. Joe line re- lused to liudge. ln the season's linale. a 26-0 rout of Calvert llall. the Josephites seored the lirst four times they got their mitts on the pigskin and the willing subs poured it on in the Seeond half. 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X R df' K ai 5 ' X x su , M 9 f ,5- XV, if Down The Field S'I'AIlll'M SIGHTS-lt was tirst down and tifty in tht- t'ard rlash and thc- situation had .Mlm-lhardt and his pals tfar lofty upsot-, Thou you havn- tht- lads at thc- Gonzaga rally and a 4-rowd klh- itzing as two yt-ll hoys sa-lt-rt a rlwvr. Hort- arv tho noisv 1-xhortvrs - ll:-lwlius, llukvrt, Ht-ivr, lic-lly and Stallllvr. llrothvr Hilary looks Frank lmahyish alongsidv Ilrothvr Eriv, liork- ard, Shanahan and Ross:-tti. l'l'Il+1IiLl'lSS l'l'IiI'liH l'l11RF0IUllfIliS - Mastt-r mind llon Alllvlli rallrd tho plays and llippvd touchdown aorials. An alt-rt .h'hutan, guard Earl Howsrr not only shout- dt-t't-nsivvly, but st-on-d a six-pointor against- tht- Follvgians. Ilrotlwr lflugvna- trophy winnvr, lloh indomitable- Wills hold a guard slot an All-Fatholir, .-ill-Maryland, and tho Hvarst All-Aim-riran 1-lc-va-ns. "Top srhoolhoy griddi-r" Johnny tlvppi St'IlllllN'l't'tl at will through 1-nc-my linvs to It-ad prop srore-rs with vlvvvn touchdowns. A good man to start tht- hall rolling was all-ronf1'rt'llrt- 1'ontvr Al liipko. who rompvd with a lat:-ral for a markvr in tho Fort-stvr fracas. llulking large- in thc- lino was liangvrous Ilan Frogan, an All-Fatholir rhoic-v, as was I'hil llaly, who srorvd I4 points with his talt-ntt-d too. 'l'Alil1lN'l'lCIl 'I'AIlIlllfZRS-Johnny Gvppi sc-1-ins lonosomo in tho Urusadvr 1-nd zonv. 'Through the- rross-pivrvs got-s anothor of llaly's ll von- vt-rsions, this timt- against Fort-st Park. Gon- zagan llv t'hard srort-s ont' of thc' six i0llI'lltllH!'llS allowt-d hy thc Gal-ls all yrar. "l'nsung Ht-rot-s" Iiipko, Goppi and Kt'llIly post- lu-forv Bl1'f'0l'lllil'k lllilltllllq, as do tht' All-l'atholit' svxtvt at tha- K. of U. ft-ast. ANNFAI. ANTIFS-St. l'aul's llilly Hoopvr gava- tln- locals a hard aftvrnoon. Thr "Big Four" of R4-ovvs 4235, Ilaly 1471, Amrnt 1253, aml th-ppi 1363 display tht-ir molars. Ann-nt hits pay dirt against tho Rod llirds. iYry-fart-tl G1-nr lionny tarklrs a Forostvr. .lov Fitzgvrald was lost for thv ye-ar aftor tho first gamv. Mr. Bork 1-srorts muddt-rs th-ppi and Hows:-r to tht- show- vrs aftvr thc' Loyola st-tto. ihnvnt holds and Daly dovs it again. Mtlllld Ulf 'I'HI41 SAMIC-.Iiln llvt-vc-s nlovvs into ffl'l'I'll and Gray tvrritory: Phil Daly stops against Mt-Ilonogh whilt- ln' almost losvs hvlnlrt and lu-ad against Gilman. "t'omv to mv, my melancholy baby," sing tht- Gilman sc-4-ondary to tho same- Phil. -lim lit-ova-s thrusts four yards to run up six morn- on Falvvrt Hall. Booters THE SOCCER SEASON 4: Uvvrm :avr Tu 5 lfzllmlsvillv I IS Ihmflallk I 3 Spurrmxs Point I 5 x1N'ilIIUllilI II 2 Anmlpnlis High I Ii I'urIx II 3 my I II Ifnn-st Park I I Navy I'IvIws II 2 I,ilIIl'l'SUIl I I CaIx'0rl Ilull II Hllllll UI" S'l'IiA'l'IfIGY-1'0:u'h I'l1'vyalk mlllinvs I7 Poly 2 lIl4l'.JlII2lf'k III'1N'1'll.IIl'l' lu his ll1I0ll'l'N. Hll4'l'l'SS H fl-Or'-All 9 ummllg lullmu-sl, hu' tha- tvzun non II, and lust lull UIIP. Y.XIlSI'l'Y SQNTICIR-l"IlRS'l' IHNY: Mr. I'l4-vynk, .lim Iiulski, John XY1u'I1lm-l', John l'rzulu, Iiill lil-ck, Slilu- Zhurowski, Stun Ilustvk, l"r1-tl Ih-undt, SICVONID IUNY: Iwo Marlin, .lim Quiglvy, Mark l'uu,qlllin, l'Il'klllk Malunuwski, John Nolllm-yvr. l"r1'1l SUN'll2ll'UN'3iki, Milt llvmski, Pm lk-ck. 'l'HlIlll IIOXY: Lingur1l lilvin, Iinh Qlliglvy, John Hudson, Iwo Guru-y, .Iann-s Iiinurcl. rtwq nv mx aw www as A wmv, W' 4f"l4'9l".-' 'Miva "wfAWM'J"H'f!NSn f V'Wl'R?flHW?RH V i A"'ff an 5 wb 'UF 5 K ff W .1 9 Yu Q 1 :fx U' W- ' f X 5 A., k in 'N' bw X5 - 4, 1 Nr Y.. in X ' 'x Lx, . ,. f-f 1.-.,,, H.. - Aw ,...f 'nd ! -X JI 1 ' 5 A 3, ,5,j,r,L yf1,w,x w f , , + A, ,,.,,' was .fL.."f !F , ' h-UCL MEl'l'I'S GAEIA-Forwaril STUYT FURIION-The defense .lim Quigley and Navy l'lehe midtielder 'l'om lkeler, a St. Joe ,afrad of 'el-I, tight toe to toe for possession ot' the hall. So near and yet so far was the result of last l'all's soeeer eampaign. After the Gaels had huilt np a 2l game winning streak which dated haek to the lUfI5 season. l'oly's eventual champs upset the appleeart with a surprising 2-1 victory to shatter the Gaels' title hopes. department of Bill Iieek, Frank Malanowski, and Fred Staeh- arowski allowed only eight goals in I2 games, garnering live shulouls. t'0NTES'l'-Stan lkostek, depend- ahle inside left and a good lllall with his toe, eovers a Patter- son wingman who does a neat little danee as he lungges for the hall. Leo iVlartin doing the hulk of the scoring, Dun- dalk, Sparrows Point, Vocational. Annapolis, Park, City, Forest Park, Navy Plebes, Patterson and Cal- vert Hall were then added to the growing list of St. Joe victims hefore the Purple met their Vlfater- loo in the person of a determined Poly squad. With high-scoring forward Freddy Brandt. full- haek Fred Slat-harowski and halfhaek lim Kalski In-ing named to the Sznfs All-iVlaryland squad Mr. lllevyalfs pitehmeu were amply represented when honors were distrihuted among loeal som-eerites. llrandt paced league scorers with a superhuman ellort of Zi markers in I3 tilts. Catonsville fell rietim to the ,losephitesi early season surge 5-l with Brandt, lloh Vifaehter and Brandt gave the pitehmen a l-0 lead in the first quarter which they held almost to the final whistle when two quick Engineer goals spelled defeat. One of the outstanding tilts of the season was a l-0 defeat of the power-laden Navy Plehes. lt was Venezuelan Freddy again who tossed in the winning marker. ICICMISSIUN IDIGNIED 1 Goalie .XXNAPOLIS ANTIFS 1 l'lelle 'IUXKIKI 'l'HA'l'-l'lehe Merino get Ilill Berk will not think nt' allowing I'lehe 1-enter forward Merino to hoot the hall into his domain. Morgan and Fred Brandt go through a few ballet steps on the piteh at the Naval Academy. Roh XYaehter is an interested speetator. satisfaetion out of giving tl' sphere a good root hut Fre Staeharowski is there to se that he doc-sn't have an eas time. .Il'NIOR I'I'l't'H KINGS---FIliS'l' RUIY: Mr. Plvvyak. t'hurIiv XY1'IIvr, Larry Rovin- stroh, Frank Iizipt-Imirzyk, Frank Sit-dl:-1-ki, 'Pony Filipiuk, Ilolr Nom-th, Ile-rnio Ili-niski. SECUNII RUIY: Fhris Slay, .lov Zia-hron, 'l'iin t'orIu'ry, lic-rul'1I Ihlzo Ilivk Stavlmrowski, Lou lla-ltino, Allwrt, Rossi. THIRD IIUIY: Sta-vo Mnrszul, t'hau'Iio Yost, .lorry lfllliott, Noi-In lim-rnzulzikowski, Ih-ynolcl Iiux-vi, t'onru1I xv1'g'llI'l'tlIVIl'Z. lf'Ol'Ii'I'H IIOIYZ l4Ill,Q,'ill'1I liloin, Iioh Iilipp, Itill Rtllllllllli, lkoh I Quiglt-y. Ifrank Iflt-klmrclt - ' I , .. -4 V . . I ui Il U lout Millif tln Iltldib .iluiost iimttllul 111.11 straight runipuigiu. Mr. Plvvyukis junior pitvhnu-n mark lutvr with u 0-U murfh-r in an rvturu PIIQZIQP- lvoustmi un vlivluhiv rvrord of six WIIIS in scwvii IIIPIII. Uthvr vivtorie-s w'c-i'v rc-gistc'r1'ci ovvr City starts. The otht-1' tilt resliltc-d in at I-I tic with lf-I. Culwrt Hull I3-2 und 5-tl and i,illIt'l'SHIl IS-tt. l'oly's sm-orid-sti'iing:-rs. Lou Uvlfino sm-orc-d tht- Canis loin- murkvr ZIQLLIIIISI Prohahiy two ol the- most om-'sldvri tilts in Poly ui thc- third quurtvr. hut tht' i',IIQIlIlt't'I'S vo lllll- StN't'Q'I' history werv tht- Juniors' two titfs with u viwi with u Singh- tally in tht- tiuul 4-unto to nmkv Anuvxiug thv jaywe' pitch titlv for tho fourth a lmplvss Park Sm-hool outtit. Thr- first grauiu- was t'Yt'I'VIiI l IIQI PVPII-Qit'Yl'll I'I I' I'Altli-l'0au'Ii I'Ivvyuk 1-nipliaisizvs an point to ln. - - 4 : ': ' ., ' of tht- dm-villiiig' litt' with l,llIIl'l'Nllll. 'I'll4- th slnyvtl ulwzul to win thv titlv 3-0. with I4 ft lil'2lIIk li lpn I un lvk In-tn'4'1'll Iiulvvw u-I VARSITY SOCCER v X iS ICD nltlilltl Nmnmn 5l1l lit. IiIl"l'IiI'I GAICIAS-l4'llCS'l' IIUXYZ Igl'Ulll1'l' H4-ynolil uyh, Xl 1 -low own lhollu Julillsml, lirnhhv, .hula-rson, Iluwily, Trilli- 1 llllllli R mu n in lj.,tl X u 0'llmu-kv, Gain-zynski, than-li Stal:-y. SICVUXII num, an nm mg mm, n,.,iog.:nn, toulzl IRUXY: Ilauisvs, Nlznlwn, Ile- Ihwulsm-, Ilith-lltmligln 1 X 1 0 Jan-hov, Xuvnk, Nlm-Nluhun. 'l'HIltID ROW: In 1 I llmsellu mins S nuttu Hzumw Yilllgllll, Iinthon. lil0illSllllN'l', Hyland, Foscla-ln, Ill I l il Nlmpn Nlylc-r, 5llYIll4'l', Smith. lf'Ul'll'I'H RUW: 4l'1'0n im - ll Nlm Ilu nor, IH-rry, Nl2ll'filNlill, I"runklin. The Younger Men - 15. mm Sinai Xitllllll Club. clruppe-ml lin- nvxt tlirw- amcl Nui fast with threw mins. Hungry liill lhmtly. 1 n KI:-instulwr and Bill ,lurlmuv slums:-cl in-Il. ll - N 1' Nl unix t unc tsl lllllfk of all was lmstc-ci lay tht- Itttt puuml Ili . ltll fwwt uf the lot tht ju clliw who wvnl llilsliiiwilt-ti in twwlu- volilhzlts. 'lilu' 1 t in - ri clrixing iwv onvs we-rv lf-tl lay suvh stuluarts tlmtl in li muh 1 t .N lony ami lirucl Smith. Paul Littli-. Iiuli lim-tl. n - I, y Mvntmi and thc- W1-ignmn twins. Holm Liim-y J I 'mv ' i Nc-fi the pay-ull stripe' must will-rl lm' Mr. Pall- Il"iltI IZ lux w 120 puuml liulms who s-iijuvmi 11 vvrv SIIFVOSH- ' - unix thi ll u as mi lui xc-ur tllf-lilsvlw-s. I! IINVS-I"lliS'l' INNY: Bl'0Ihl'l' Hilary, SIPYPIIS liulmvrt, 'l'hmmm-ll, liIll'N'1ll'ki, IS. Ii. Smith Litllv, M1-lltoll. SICVUND INNY: Most, Siu-1-r ingi-r, Sliwkzi, Hof, Funk, Iii:-ki-I, H4-rlu-rt THIRD IIUXY: XY. XYvig:gimul, Gi-iss-ml:llI'a-r, Zung filllhUlll'll, IS. xvlqjllllllll, SW-Ish. lf'0l'lI'l'H RUN' A. t'. Smith, Gm-iz, l'llllllSk1l, Galmn. H1lI'g.Illll. i-Itil'i1l'Z'lH"Q Inu VICUSS-l'Ul'N'l'IiY 'I'l'I.XNl-l"lllN'l' IHNY: Iirollla-r Nlnrinus, Irving IllllPlN'l'f, 1'nl'vvl Wtwrvll, Huh lh'ownin,Lf, Hill Sc-Inn-tlivlll, .lohn liitlvr, I-'rank Lzlvin. SICVUNIP HOW: lion lit-vvv. Italy St:u'Imn'ski. Stvvv lirizun, Iiill limliv, John S1-Ill'ilt'4-r. t'l4-nn Iilng. 'l'lIIliIl HOW: Jm- Allulis. John Finn. t'hzll'li4' Aspla-n, John , I4-uvll, John Hunk. llmsn tirunis l,ainv :intl ilfttlllltl tht- vimlvr lratvlt t'Ilt'4ltlIlHlSSlIlQl lrllllbtblh l'ln-lil uns tht- tlanly 1-lmrv ol lhutlln-I' Xltll'illIlSA lt'1llllt't'- lnngt-tl vwrss-untillrvlnvn. lfinishing with ll lug ul' lllrt-v wins and thrvt- lussm-s. in tlllill llt4't'lS. tht- tll5l1llll'l' lmys also Ibllllivtl in thirtl In-himl ll'iHlillt7Iltllly- xlrong l'uly timl liity in tht- sluts' run uhilt- thnx sm-twtml-strings-rs ishwl l,1lllI'lll ill tht- Nuviu' Nlvvl. lmssvs to lhwly I3-II. tlms nrt- wins! City I2-255. and lfurt-st Park 20-233 xwn-1-x'm-lilv lmlaillvml ln' Yl1'l4ll'lt'S mi-r Laitoltsxlllt- 21-Ill. l'uttt'rsm1 221-Q32 anul lftrrvst lhtrlx '7 l-l 3 in at rvtnrn t'tl"'il"'1'ltIt'lll 7 I. . Itnlt lllithlllllsl Mus gmail Ulltillgll lm' slums ltlUtlt'f in tht- Slatte- NI4 . . ,. , . . -vt ulnln- rmtkw ,Ian-lx l'ltlll tllltm-tl Ill tht- NIIXIIW' xll'1'l. Uthn-I' Nt4ll'1'l'S xwrt- Hill lianlit' untl ltill IM-mpst-y. Trotters 3 4 'I'Ul'ltl5'l'S-llist:nm'v lvmls vn- 4'lHlllllll1'lll tu tht- t'l'0NS-t'UlIllll'Y lmys :ls tht-3 lopv ovvl' thi' unlnmn hillside-5. N as,g,l s 3.4 bl ra.: i SIX-MAN DAY-l1'lIlS'l' ROXY: Vozlvll Mukalr. Ilugull, Svulmflu, lf'1'0lll0y, lV0l'tvl1knlnp, Halli- grun, Fonta-. SEFONID IRUXY: llc-irll, Silunskis. lYilg:n', Anivlalk, NIIIIIZUIIP. 'l'HllCll RUXY: Mc- liim, HOSSl'll1llll'l', Mason, Kiln:-r. Lou R1-ivll Qtnp rightl won awards for lu-sl hlockvr and tm-klvr. .lov fil'00ll0, aulotllvr All-Murylzxml ucv, was votwl "l'nsung:g Ra-siilm-nt! H1-ro". Hvrv ln- vvli-lwatvs with Ann Kirby. lRlCSlIlEN'l'S- FIRST RUXV: lh-mln-1' Guy, Grvvm-, Smith. Swvvlwy, Sluvks, Hardingg, Mavahoy, MOI'artlly. Sl4Il"0NlD IUNY: Milla-r, Russell, Vlvzu-y, Slalom-y. Gullnglu-r, ll1'l'llil'l'. 'l'Hlllll ROXY: lir1n'klm'y1-l', Gm-tz, Young, l'um-ic-r, Gnllvggos, lhmlwnstim-. Zlnsmuyvr. Six-Man 'lilmi old lioallwivl'-llay Hop rivalry will prola- ulmly go on into vie-rnily if Sl. ,lmfs dun of six-mann Squads wvrc to sc-lllv il. for lmlh linislu-al in il secollci-place tic- llfllllllll llw till?-winning lluys' Latin zlgglvguliurm. In the lll2llll'l' of t'UllllJlll'illlYl' 1'e-vunls. ilu-ru is still lilllv to cllcmsv llI'lWf't'll llw Iwo outfits us BI'0lilPl' Guv's rcsicim-nts voppml ilu- first :mu-ling, 20-I3 wllilv lllv ciuyllops. l'Uili'ilf'Ci ivy ,lov illilliill' past Josepllitf- star in tin- f'iQ'VC'll-lllilll Qlillllth re- taliate-cl in m'ominm'ing ililtillltlll lil-130. This iililt'l till sfxl a lvaguv scoring nlurk. Lou lieicll vuppm-ci tlw lrluvking :md lmllxlillg, uwarcis while boardvr Joe- fil'l"f'llK' also ral:-ml ll first-string end post on the Surfs 'xii-ix'lilI'yiilllli aggregation. .1-N F x ' 3 ,I if -Ml i Y ,W X , 555 Q Q 'Y ig fs ' 51 W. f if N , fa 'Ek Ai. HQ 5 5 5 , W ,ww f ff f if V MM ' - I ' K 5, as .wmv Q 4" . 'E I "+V R A ,lk mk iw Mig? 5, , AWN' VC. k ' Mem 9 1' I ' W 41 Yiab' A Lv 1'?iy'fg": ' X 133,17 Us f qw' sl, -,W,1LyA-xfv. 1152: gl fl A 1 5-,, f ,Mi sl SE ,, Q Q 8 ,4 is i LW. fi s,':- Q- by K Q- if I f - n',1,,. M-A 9' 'QF W W' Q 2' f ' ' " A Q-13" W N ,- ' ,f"5ff'3" Q 'Q ?:',",' 'Q' 5' if 'digi Si, - xii + .Q-f'i'4'3"Nf4 i,f5RQ'Q ffwi':- Q v.fuf? ws4W3f?'32"V' R' ' 'W sw, 4, iffifgfe Nf'lf.f.' 9,13 5,-: .3j: ,Q' ,Q3t' E f'1f'f.fVig Q""T . W 'll we f . A2 - V' 'im1 :'Q. M13-Wig' T' .W Q Q: 4 :S by g,.j..j1-hr 41,1 W 1 Q. . N :fs sf ' '4 QZU, fi ff' ' Q13 F Je a . , 59 ffwffi? ma x'vf ?.f+ M' . -b fx. fm ' fb? " W ,Q Q Fifi f f ' 1 X .. - 5 QHQMW 5 , . ' V . 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Y' was atpptmztt-liitlg at pt-uk. at "pt-p rally" in frtnnt til' tht- st-html tn' on lfihhtrns Ifit-ltl tttnppt-tl up t-n- thnsittstn ttr fit-nzit-tl ht-iglns. .Inst ht-ftirt- tht- hrst gutnt- of tht- st-ttstin. :tn ttsst-nihly for t-ht-t-ring pratt-lit't- was ht-Itt tin Gilt- htnns hit-lti. A livt-ly gt-I-ttrgt-tllt-r tin tht- front rmttl sans till its t-xtrttvatggtttit prtnnist-s vtunt- trnt-. us tht- Cut-I ggrithlt-rs trtnnplt-ti City. 253-tt. i't't-pzlnltitnls for tht- Ltnynltt gannt- twrt- tntvrt- t-ltthtn'att- anti invhttit-ti at intrt-ix St. ,lttt-rlmyttltt gznnt-, hrtn1tit'tist tu tht- t'ht-t-ring: throng hv "Hill Stt-rntr.u Uuttltrtvr rullit-s rt-ttt'ht-ti tht- hight-st ptnint til' t-iathtmttitni in tht- "Stttiit- lillWkillS Daly". nswt-lnhly nn tht- fntrthtill tit-hi. wht-n lmtntiy grititit-rs tltrnnt-ti i't-tninint- KIPIHIITI tt: t-httsv tht-ir hutitiit-s. tlrt-ssc-ti as tht- lllitit' ht-rm-s ttf M Cuptfs ftnntnts strip. lft-stivitit-s txt-rv t-tvnt'httit-ti tnniti gait-S tai' hiughtt-t' illlii trt-int-ntintts t'ht-t-ring wht-n Niurryitti Stun nnilt-ti lhlisy Mat- and Li'l Ahnt-r in inutritnuny. and tht-n rt-vt-alt-d "Lt-nu tht- Hyt-nu" as at psuvtltn- Callxt-rt Hull ftrtithzlll plztyt-r. Nlt1t'lf1ss.tlu' 1 Nt! :lSst'lllltly IlItIl'l'IXll,XI5I.ltI T Ht'lllllllllNll'l' IH'iIHlN,lIR 1 l'lll'Ih051' qpf this 3.5. Wullm 'N' 4"""l""'4' Wilhftlll UH' lit-tntht-r I4ill'lIltDl0lll0H' t'trultl all- Nl'lllhl1lj.U' was tht- taking ot halntl . .ll this t'nlx't-rt Ilull ways ht- tlt-pt-ntlt-tl on to vtmtri- t-lass pit-turt-s out frtvnt. Stunt Nllly, Nl:ljtu't-ttt- lint NI4'f'llll'1'. hutt- an t't-xt' wt-ll-t-hust-n rt-marks of Ih-utllt-r Mvlt-s' btw:-a nrt- uh- whtn was st'ht-tlult-tt tts tlt-llirl tltlitt- in kt-t-ping' with tht- Spirit vinusly primliing' upiu hit ht-- Iimify MW' i'l'U'4l1l 'tl' UIISWI' Ut' tht- txt-t-nsitxn. lit-low, ht- ftirt- tht- twtlt-all ot' f1lt'iIlLI tht N"ll"t HHN' 21 lWil'lillg.E PX- spt-aka from tht- frnnt stt-ps. Int-rt-ilt-ss It-ns. lint it wnsn'l """"""- lun painful. . . . or INSIDE More than any other room in the liuildings. exeept the ehapel. the auditorium was a lloeal point in our student life. llere as liewildered neophytes. we were ushered in long lines to dis- eover whiell was to lie our lirsl home room. As seniors with only days to go. we met in the same auditorium, pretending this time that it was the l,yrie 'liheatre and praetieing: our graduation eere- monies. ln the four years lietween, we oliten as- sembled in this hall up under the eaves. Sometimes we gathered lor edueational pur- poses - the ljireetor of Studies would go tHt'I' the setup lor the exams: the world history lvoys would view a film on Cothie eathedrals: or a de- liate on socialized medieine would he argued. Un other oeeasions a priest. Brother. or layman would speak about voeations. But we enjoyed most those auditorium sessions whieh ollered student talent etrnnnemorating some holiday or holyday. FUR MANY IRE.-XSUNS-XYe met in assemblies for many purposes. Brother Erie, Mr. lYojm-ihovski and ltrother llartholomew hantletl out t'uh let- ters to lid t'olhouru, lirad Smith and Tong Smith at the fall sports meeting. Assistant Foaeh Joe Bll':xl'lllt' ot' Notre lhllllt' answered a few questions uhout the Navy ganie in the clin- ing room. The trio are not lliekens' ellaraeters, lllll the t'onner twins and Fharlie Shaw in the t'ln'istmas assembly. lirother Nathan eyes his makeup work on lioh Sprankle as Iternarcl xvlllll- hotl', Joe liantorski and .lohn f'UIlll1'l' wait their turn. .KIDYAN'l'AGICS-l"atl1er Adrian, 0.Nl.t'. toltl ns ol' the henetits ot' religious life in a memorable humor-paeketl talk. Lieutenant l'aul lint-host thelow rightj eitetl the life ot' a l'oast Guard ottieer as a lllltf eareer. Ill'0lllt'l' Jules, who tli- reetetl many of our assemblies, adjusts Julian l"orrest's turhan. J 'f A 958 :T ,ZW E 3' wg gg: X Y K W 1 W Q13 x 2 ' ff Qi I 3 S if i 5 Y 3 I iv? K ig Q: 13 5 3 gg 3 K in 3 ff 2' 2 'Y la W N as A 33,39 ig' ,HW gl ,y w' as :FS W 'fir V E55 E,iN1i Fxmliik Eg, A Y ,gi :J Q 5 E Q 2' 'gym W J ifgvgw 3 gr afif S 5 'X xr' Q' 5 1 s s -- "2:' W.. i 2 xi 1 43.1-X' ' fi' 4' MM. ' am CllAt'lilClLlAl'li 0l"l'l"lT-FIRST IHNV: Jim IHIPIIPS, Ed lit-ihvn, Miko Simnmns, Bill !Vvlsh, Jim l'rnnisi-, Jim Kwitovllvil, .lov Ih'2lZillS, Joe' llmmvr . SIGFUNID IRUW: Ilrnthc-r Simon, Jim Driscoll, Ignatius Mm-sigzglia, Jm- Gustntus, Bill Slwridun, l'il'1lll1'iS l'ir0g, Mivllavl Populi, lAl!Yl'l'lll'0 llahlwin, Mt-Ivin Smith. THIRD ROXV: Dun Blum, Ilivk Hui-1-liai-t, .Iuhn Harding, L1-on t'zarnvm-ki, N4-ul Slntli-ry, 'I'vcl Pantalvo, lion Ashlvy. FOURTH ICONY: llurryl Holiday, John lil-1-ft, Bill t'lt-ary, llob l"l'2llll'iZSk0WYSki, Hob lirvft, Jim liallski. Ul li Illl!I41t"l'0l!-Miivli nt' the- situ-ms of tho hand run ln- nttrilmtvd dirt-vtly to thc- untlring 4-tt'0l'ts of lh'otlu-r Simon, shown hi-low tlirvvting Ed lA'ill0ll'S vari- vty show solo. E M32 Rvsph-mlf-lit in trim nvw nnifnrnis of purple' cunts, whitv hvlls and 4'rvziiii-t'nlm'vti trunsvrs. tht- natty Sl. Juv hand llllll't'ilf'fi through the yvur rais- ing our spirits with the-ir stirring music: lfrmn thr- vzlrly fnuthull fl'2ll'2lSPS to Grziduutiun Night. the-y wvre kvpl on thvir ttws supplying: sniluhlv hur- monies for grid rallies. the Gym Drivv "Ki1'k-nfl' Night." the May Day Slafiiuni sc'rvic'c-. thc' Cullmlit- University Coiiiillmicmlimit at Washingtmi and many niore vvvnts. Mastvr hand at the dir0m'tm"s haitnn this ye-ur was Rrothvr Simon. C.l".X.. nndm' wiwsf- glliIllllIl't' the tnolcrs assf-rnhlvd ll forniidulwlc- rvpvrtnirm- ranging from rousing inurvhc-s tn l'iilHSil'2li pit-1-vs and hymns. Ht- ulsn t'0Ilfilll'lt'fi thv "spvlling lvs- sunsi, whivh turnvcl out su wr-II nl tht- illlilllllll QIEIIIIPS, und with Mr. Brvmi. Ul'glilllilt'li tht- 1-mlm-i't and vurit-ty show of tht- Music' Uvpurtnivnl. 4' BRND T 011 IUTOR Qx rd' u 'xg . ls 1 Q in 04 AND S'I'II.I, NIUIIIG-l"IliS'l' ROW: Ilick Mun-rlly, Nm-h Lzunpvn, lh-rniv Yullanllingr- I ham, l4'l'nnk Mzu'llm'c-v, lh-rniv Vlnssc-n, G1-nv Mm-ll1'r. NIGVUND IRUXY: f'llill'lil' llvurnk, John XYzn'lII, Ihllph Ilvaun, nl'l'llil' Iflnnis, G1-0l'g.1v I'zmz1-r, .Iulnl ,liNk2Il'. l'Imrli4- Must, lloruthy M1'1'Iur1-. THIRD IHNY: l'xl'illlk Hnyvs, Ja-rry 1'up:l1'. .Hun l!04l1'4'k1'l'. Ed lilllll, Gil nl'0N'll. lf'0l'R'I'H IQUXY: G1'ol'gg'v Yllllllg, .limi SIIIPNII, Gvm- Iiwlllkillll, Iiulr liowv, lid f'l'l'Illll1'l', Juv llolmhlu-. 3lUIl,XI,I'I lSl'Ililll'II!S-'l'I1v touts-rs paid thc-ir own way in all llml Iinnl ripruuri I'alllm'l'soll plalyuil' mum- :nl thx- Gurllc-n lu give- thc spirit of Gznvl K'ZlQll'l'!i an roolvrs an tra-im-minus lmosl. 1 I.If..XIlI'IliS-Nlilw I'0lvuIi and Dol Mvl'lllr4- olvsc-1'vv I llillll tht shmllu H 1- I-:min-sunk:-el Loyola QJQIIIII1' " - .' ul' :ln llllllbl'l'llil. Ylill1'l'1' arv lllilllf mlm vluini lllill il lilfgli' lvzivlur in Ilia- winning: of thi- Nlaryluncl Svlmlnsliv lvuslu-l pluyull was Ilia' playing ul' Ilia' lmainrl uliivli in' spirvrl Cami r'zigvrs illifl mule-rs alike- In nvw 1'llm'ls. 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Svhool we-nt on as usual Pxcept on l'lelJrL1ary 21, when ll hig snow storni forvvd a clafs cram't-llation. The dchutvrs sliuwd lvaggtw honors with Loyola. The llovlu-y six proved tops in thc-ir loop. The Quilhncn utlvndccl press rim-ts at College Park and Seton. lint the high spot of the wintry portion of the your was the swim pll'lllfl'tl at the left. Wrvuthvcl in victory sniilcs. thv first St. ,lov lVlurylmid Sl'llUlLlSl.lt' rage 4-hannpions surround thc' WCHM trophy und whoop it up in tht- mln-ssing room uftt-r valnqnishing u stnhhorn l'utt4-rson tivo. l'RlCl'l0l'!-1 ll.-ll'llI.IC-liill l"4-lgge-I' limls on his tm-lovision Sf'l'lt1'll H1'1l1lllltlSll'l' lil'lDIlll'l' Ilaurtholo- :now 1'llIli'lllllgL' tha- lflvm-ning Sun trophy, l'llllDll'- nmlim' of lmskvllmll SllllI'4'llllll'y in Murylunml Srliolustic circles. ,IU-5'l',a 11 FONQI'ICRORS-l"lllS'l' RUXY: Lou Roirli liil , I lit-ck, Loo Ilvlvlwi-, lin-nny lirom-lu-rgor. SIM'- UNID ROW: IS1-rniv Nl2ll'lit'llZil', AI Nvvillv, Frzlllk Mulunlnvski, Lou Ih-1'k1'l', Jim xvlllqllll, Ilan lYvln-r, Mr. XVoj1'ihovski. 'l'HllCIl IKUXY: Pat Vito, Phil Daly, t'harlic- 0't'onnor, 'l'om Gur- rity, .lov liotofski, Ilill Srllwurl, Ilirk Skvlly. Slove- lirizan was upstairs with his st-orc-hook. Debate Co-Champions Climaxing one of the most successful St. Joe debating seasons in several years, the St. Thomas More Debating Society defeated Loyola High March 28, to tie the Dons for the league crown and gain possession of the championship trophy for six months. Each school will be awarded one leg on the new cup, and three legs will be required to retire it permanently. Defending the affirmative of the question of Socialized Medicine, Frank Machovec, Joe Dukert and alternate John Conner nabbed a 2-1 decision over the Don team composed of John Fitzpatrick, Jack Dohony and alternate Bert Akers. Joe Dukert was voted best speaker. The season slate for the Mount arguers included two wins over Calvert Hall and one each against Loyola and Mount St. Agenes. Early season decisions were dropped to the latter two squads. John Conner and Joe Dukert had been the only veteran gabbers among the 25 candidates when Brother Jules called out his squad in November. The Gael forensic forces also took to the air when the Junior Town meeting came to the Mount for a student broadcast February 12. The pro- gram, a pro and con discussion on the problem of socialization of medicine, was aired from the school auditorium from 9:30 to 10:00 A. M. Speakers Joe Dukert, John Conner, Frank Machovec and Bill Yanuzzi handled the argumentative portion of the show with alternates Herb Arnold and Joe Kantorski. Walt Smyth was student chairman and announcer. The last ten minutes of the air offer- ing were devoted to questions from the auditorium audience, so that a good many St. Joe men air.-1:1 their views that morning. IT IS MY PLEASI'RE-Chairman John Conner sets the stage for an argumentative tussle between the Mount. and Mount St. Agnes. The St. Joe gahhers, Bill Yannuzzi, Joe Dukert and Frank Machovec, got the judge's nod over their fair opponents, Anna Marie Shea, Frances Xvarner and Dorothy Penn. riiiff' . 5 'E 2 s 4 Q , mmrvmmw X 111. Nmrvwss-2. " , 1 i 1 l I m. , . A . . . , , . . , E 5 f X ,Q - T.3,:1:A,' ' ir, 'Q ' , A ,,. A Q iziuissz 2 12 42' HI " gwmm,-.,. YA u "f AA, -N1 32,13-sw-islx Q- A g 5 ' 'V ' i - S. u. Y . xg 1 Ysfsefwtiei - f a Q1 + Elf? 1 ' ' Q . Mmwf., MW, W .,- N X .N 5' ' x . .EN f - .- ' 'A ' ' " ' ' ' ' F w ' ' 1, . r ' ' " T' ' ?ES'iEi? Sil k Elll 'IEIYEIY' 'fvzz ' ' ff q . .Q.4 . if . Q, z 2. xv. . 5: ' 5 ,Ex I Pb by ' Wi X . A 6 3 A ,Lg. , , - ' S 3 .. Q x55 ff :Qi .gf VT . - x A ' . QM 1.. .. fq xv. I 1 ' gf - X 4 nm .-,, 1 i- ' 'll v E -- P Food For Soul The annual student retreat, where St. Joe nien study themselves and their eternal destiny instead of their hooks. took place again this year during the first three days of Holy Wcft-k. Father Sidney. C. l'. preached to seniors and to some juniors in ehapel, while Father Cornelius, C. P. was retreat master to the remainder of the student body in the auditorium. ln a new departure this year, the eliniax of the retreat Villllt' Vlfednesday morning when the whole sehool asseinhled at St. ,Ioseplfs Monastery Chureh for Mass. lloly Connnunion and the Papal messing. l'lK0Ul11SSlUN-At. the Forty Hours' Devotion, Ifather Uallistus Qhelowj holds the nionsiranee as he ehunts the "l':ulg.:e Lingua". 'l'huril'er hearer liirhy Hallaggller illI'0llSl'N the lilesseil Naeraunent as the pi-oeession goes on. Al- , . . . and Body Mount men. impressed hy the aeeounts they have read and heard of distressed peoples every- where have heen generous in sharing what they have. Under the auspiees of the Student Couneil and The Quill. 62 Christmas pareels of food and elothing were eolleeted. wrapped and mailed to I2 eountries in lfnrope. and to China. .lapan and the l'l1ilippines in the Urient. Many more paek- ages were mailed after the holidays, and pathetie letters of gratitude eame in frequently. Quillmen and a Student Count-il eommittee of Vie llornieli. Cil Summers and llill Gill helped to prepare the relief shipments. ASSICBIISIA' LINIC-Tlie Quill room y tm on llllf' loc sung o ll et Nllllblllll ot' food and elothing' had l'hil Ilnlp ly th Ill und lom I-lllllth fll,., it Ioaul g.: the Inoxes, .lollnnie Bannon lmitlillm g g 1 s an Alex Ilenknn attending to wrapping :ml slam ll 0 ,, ' Hfiffk' i ' NiIX151'l'I,l'I-lll'oll14'l' Hifur' ' 5 und upon-is connnvu- lzuor Ilill Ilya-r un- 1lN'ill'fl'4l by six-foot, nium- iuch IM-I'uul und 1'IliK'2l2Q0 IE4-urs lHlSlU'It'1'l', Goo:-go Nlikun. Tlu- trio app:-:ll'1-ml on u Wl'I'II Ill'U2jl'1llll hoosli H' ' ll, the- nvu Nlounl gpm. 'IINIIC UN IIIS IIYY ' .X GUUID GANIIG-'l'Il:ll's what Johnny Ga-ppi, Ilan -lla-llntln-ss H4-Inv livnuy rv- 4'rog'znn, Vouvh Wojm-ihovski and .Xl liiplu- 1'viv1'su liulovu from XYFISR Hlulrls 4-Xlwrt, Nivk I!l'UllliS1'1l XYl'l!Nl's utlllvtic- vrywlall g.IilZl'l', Hllilil' 1'illlllIllfl'4'1lil, for his "unsung In-ro" rols- against lf'4-ntoll, also an Sl. Jon- grad. 'I'Iu- quurte-l wvrm' Vorvst l'zu'k. Alumnus ulul Sl'Illll2lSlil' Sports llism-llssillg lhv iilv till IIN I':n'u1l4- :nun Frank VZISIIPII stands hy. l . z I prvwlivlions Fillllt' lruv. e wx ,, - .,,: Q- Y 4 'N x 5 f. x.-- an XS Q9 if ' Six s , X SEQ ' 295 5 A v. is X NS . . ,SX 'Q 'Es N- L.. WK . t . I ul . 1 " N fa , M . ,' 1 lamff 1 r ati, .' i, 5 LEE! My L' "?fs1g"'2"" 1 6 ne .ff 4' ff-,1 ' 7fze Sadala plum 6, Q W v., . 1 a . , .. Q1 'rf' 'W S x rf lv .4 , f M 36 1947 After three and a half years of hope- ful anticipation, we finally came to that night of nights, our Senior Prom, Ian- uary 31. Then, like Al O'Keefe Qleftj we sat by the side of our best girl and watched the dreams of our high school days unfold. But even before the big night, there were days of preparation. In the gym, with Brother Leroy, we practiced the Senior Promenade and Alma Mater. Tom Palm and his dance committee signed up Bob Shebley, self- styled "Drummer One Man", and his orchestra. Finally, after all our anxious waiting, we squeezed into our wing collars and tuxes, hopped in pop's jalopy and- went to the Prom. wg.. 'I Q 'I . , '5 3,-5 Y'-hr ,, ' ' ,fig W X .1 3, ix hw- W Ji fl .,w22w,1, A X if ,. . ffl: S ' ? 22, v f 'GRE M :Sv A W1 E :ffm Q Wfaqla ' It was an evening of varied activity. We danced to the rhythmic melodiesfof Bob Shebleyfs orchestra, received our prom favors, listened to a fifteen minute WITH radio hroadcast of the dance and joined in the grandipromenade. Announcer on the radio program, which featured tunes by Bob Shebley and an in- 2 'gf arvfifiv-fav' sage aww fql' t ' Y-,K - 'A L gg ii"5S1"1 i 1553? 'S' A . i' ' x ri wi Rpm, F I .y5'?Q' viii' 5:5 Mi f I zemfangr terview with Senior Class Prexy Ned Furst, was Frank Harms. All the members of the graduating class and their dates took part in the promenade, led by Class President Ned Furs! and Louise Shafer. Afterwards, we went to parties or res- taurants, though some, like those pictured at right. hurried home to raid the ice box. f"x J IM I'l+Zl'SI-i'Ul,A Iill?-Jew Ilukvrt, Qlflhh 1-tlitor, t'l'us:ul1- prvsixh-nt, and fra-que-nt 001114-st winnvr, now drinks nothing hut that popular lwvm'l'ag'4- silwv, ill rolnpvti- lion with 5-ll top-ramkingg Nluryluml stu- lh-nts, lu- Nllill'Q'll one- Of tha- two four- yvzur 4-ull4-go Sl'IIOI1ll'SllillS nw:lr1l1'1I by ilu- soft-tlrink fvumlativn. ALL-AMERICAN ALL-CATHOLIC INTERNATIONAL HONORS 'IG XY!DKK-Jollrlmlisls lm-vt tho nivvst pvoplv. 'Pom Guru-ity, 1947-18 Ql'llAI, 4-xlilur, finds as ln' llll1'l'Yi1'U'N l+Iv0lyn You Posts-I, uns- of tho stars of tl Imws" 11- lhwlllmtiv Cluh prmluu'li4m, Hfilllilhllll Almost lwforv tlu' jungling ol' tlu' tllwllllllil ln-II on tht- first mluy of school haul Climl away. the- "Pag:vr lN'2lYOI'u nu-nilxf-rs of Thr' Quill haul flis- trihutc-fl tlu' lirst issuv of tht- Mount pup:-r. lfronr this auspicious lwginning, tlw junior journalists wt-nt on to turn out tvn issue-s, rutvcl hy the Nation- al Scliolustic' llrvss Association us the host in St. lov history. topping lust yvar's efforts hy 20 points in thc' N.5.l'.A. sm-oring. ln vompc-tition on liorvign soil. lum'vyvr. ilu' Quillstvrs rlicl not fart' als wvll, failing to plum' in thc' tournanu-nt 4-onclut'tf'fl lay Mzlrylancl U. At tht' 'liPIlllllP llrvss Clblll-f't'f'Itt'P. ill lllrilaclvlpllial. thc' flofmrdirrg vhunlpions topplvd to sixth plavv. hut lllllIlllQlt'll to ltl'0tllll't' two inclivicluail winnvrs. lov lhtlu-rt luilrln-cl third pluvv at 'livrnplf' in tlw intvr- vivw division. while' .luck lmntz gairwd honorzllulu- nwntion in t'0pyl'P1lIllllg. Otlu-r inclivimlllul honors wont to fvaturv and Ink Pot vclitor Harry U1-lwlius and eflitor-vlvct Torn llurrity. who rf-1-1-in-fl llonorulrlc nu-ntion unit vom- rnvmlzition. r0spPm'tiy1'ly. lor short storic-s sulnnittvfl to Swlzolnslir' lllilslillllll'-S unnuul 1-ontr-st. Quill zuul Stroll "lust in tht- State". ilMilI'flS wt-rv won hy .lam-li l,f-ntz. for sports: llc-wvy Kuhns. for lvuturvs: :incl ,lov llukvrt. for nvws storif-s :tml monthly 4-olumn. Short storivs lay llurry llvlwlius ws-rv pulrlishvcl in ffllfllllllil' lolllh. il national niuguzim-. as wvll as in thv Clllllllllul' Rr'v1'eu'. B1-sirlvs two issuvs of the Mount lite-rary niziguziruf zuul tlw usual quota of Quillx. the lfhoys from thv "t'ountry rlulf' turned out prograuns lor horns' gzunvs in footlmull. lulslicl- lmll and lmsf-lmll. Oth:-r Illl'lIllll't'S ol' tlu' All-Anu-rit-un. Allllutlio- lit-. llIll'I'lt2lll0llZllly-ll0llllI'f'fl stall' invluflvrl nt-ws ml- itor lfratnk Antkowiuli. husinvss lllilllLlQlt'I' john Low- rnan ancl rvportvrs Phil Daly .lim Rvvyc-s. 'livrry RQIIIISRIY. John llowlzuul. illtll photog l'f-tv Sola. MEN XYUICIUNG-Sl. -lor-'s nu-n In-hind tho nvws stop hunting sm-oops monu-ntan-ily to ln- imnrortaliza-cl hy ll yt-an-hook 4-:urn-ru. Sl'IA'l'l'Ill: 'Pom Gurrity, .lov nllk0l'I, John Irowrnun, 'l'vl-ry Ilzunsuy. STANIDING: Hurry IN-In-lius int tho phono ugainj, -lim lh-1-vos, John lu-ntl. l'hil Ilanty, I"l'Illlk .-hrtkowink, Ile-wvy liuhns, lh'othm-r Martin John. .-Xggfqi ,RAIN svn sig ,lx Q W 'HQ . Sf ,J ' Muff. aww' H H Mfrs-3. M, .99 nj, ar rf SAW , 'Ev ?i2:5g5i"'s'1. 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K 5 1 Q ge X sniff :EF-Q, ' Y 33' ' Q HM fy - - . if Q1 W , 'Q xi X S 1 x fe. K GK ,. V Xw 2 ' N K 3 KJ R K M KK .1 AXE KX F K.:-f K . . 'ir L. . xt , -4- . my hav' THE CLD GRADS Val-los, l'0l'l'1'SlDOIllllllg Sm-cr1-- tan-yg lhwntlu-1' Ilawtlmlulm-w, HC'HlIlll1iSi1'l'Q lmwrvm-0 Svlmtz, l'r1-Sillvnl: Jmnvs Clark, First Vive--l'r1-sitlvlltg Josi-ph Imlvll- ford, Sc-voml vil'l'-l'l'I'SlIll'llI2 and Joss-ph lh-of-ning, lflxvru- tivv Boarll l'lluirnlun, huclellc- fm- a hit nl' lmsim-ss. lYl'HANGl'l-Juv Lutvllfortl, in- I'0lllillf.f alumni prvsidc-nt, prv- svnts l'0til'in,Qg pm-xy hurry Schatz a pc-n and pvm-il sm-I. At thc' Junv hllllllll0f, Pity f'0lllll- trollvl' -I. N1-il Nlrl'a1'1lvll '25 ggavv thv main talk. hRAl'l+I-lf'utl11-1' lAlllllH'l'l U'H:n'n v N, . . . -8 alumni vlmplaun l'1'C'Ii0S tha- upvning prayvr lu-fm-v tha- wvll- attvlldvd Juno hanquvt in tho svlmol gyIllll1lSilllll. At his right is t02lStlll1llStl'l' Ax-tllur Vmnklm-y '24. IUUID-Mr. Schatz, Futhvr Lum- lwrtx and Mr. Coukle-y Sturt work on thc- Urmmunion In-4-nk. fast in the school 'lining room on Palm Sunday. Many grads back from sc-rvivv :alla-mlm-il llu- Muss and nwul. gi. 255 LISAIDIQIIKS--4lulwtnmling nu-nuln-rs ul' ilu- Imelios' .hlxiliury wvrl- fvlm-rl :nl Il lmnqua-I in ,lunv :xl svluml. Sli.-Yl'l'Ill: Mrs. Nu-villo, Mrs. Milli-r, Hrs. NI1-llgvlw, Mrs. livynmnn, Mrs. Nilsvh, Mrs. f'0llllNl'llllllll, Mrs. l'll'lllllll'1ll, Mrs, fllllllllll. S'l'.lXlllNH: Nlrx. l'Inp.:t'l, Hrs. liure-s, Mrs, llalk1'l'. Mrs. Slzlllc-ry, Mrs. Krall. Mrs. Iflurvlmrl, Nh-Q. Wlu-lun. Mrs. Vulll-ns, Nlrx. XYillu-lm, Nlrx. 'l'lun-pm-. lllilllll' in s uvnsur lls usual l'a1ll lw-sllxul lu-1-misc' ul llu- mm llllllf ul ilu' gym llrlxv. Ilu- l,aulu's .'XllXllI1ll'f ilSSlwl4'll m ilu- vaun- a lmign fur llu- nu'nuvriul bll'll4'llll'1'. llmuliug ilu- Hl'lLl1lllllLlllHll uvrv Mrs. Nurlwrl Xilsvll. 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Thu-y Ql1lfll4'l'l'4l :lhollt lhv Spun-ls l'l-nlrv nl-I with Ilzu-ry l'nl1-, Hill l:l'lllllllllll, fllill'1'Ill'l' lil'iNI1'l', Ilivk llllllun, Hola l"il'k, 'l'0nl xY1lglll'I', nl'llIll1'l' NUI'lll3lll and Jzlvk I:0IDill5Ull ill tho l'llSl0llllll'y urllvr. Gmllil- X4-il Ifursl, Nlilllilgl'l'.i Ilon Ilvl-vm-. .lui-k l,lll'l'I' and Roh Gross 3ll'l' not ill llu- plmln. 1 l ru 36 , :uw If, , iw W 'I . 9 1 , ,my S 1 I Q '35 W ,S-N QQ :II f V Q in I 'M S Y J -JI, El warns as III'AN'l'0XYN I!0l'NII-'II11 i'-rs with Ilrotllu 1 1 ' inry :un Iiro 11 r Norman, muse nt imma-n ". ll' '11-ra my lm' . at n 'll 1 1 i' ish-r nuult- Buy Stat: rs 1-alla fl tht lads "hulIw4-4 vils In-1 nun ty hui -:I frl 4- 4Il rp Smut . I 4. ' - u , tm Ivttj HI I tl ' 1 ' ' :mst vulu- Station 1-n routm- to u Iloston train. l'p Nm I ll " 'l'I ul - th -y I u'1I tu Nh I Iv I tl cle 2 0, thc I 1 n x 1 I' th ' It nn "th ' - . h " tw? !Y! . 7 ' - flllfllfll . Y. n fllllliii , ' lvl 1 A L. . ww ft :MA A 4 ' - .-' 'ZY1' . rim' V -,Q ' ' - I. " ' ' ' ' ' 'ff Z. , 'GK '54-'If :lil zizagfgggf X . A -,'. :.:.,: 'A' :1 .. .- ,,r , ,awf4'i is ,F t ,,,, at J ,gsf I ' ' I I V 2 23 f ,,.E4r"'3' " My 9 ywmi :V 1 4 5 'Q' I ' 'fy' 'f 'f,,., .,.... :., " W' fi in 4' wir Y N A + ,Sm Qfganqbl-.k'qQf 1 ' f Milf' I vw 1 M I 3 -I Y ' I W? i it W 3 ' A N w WKWWM' I A I 1 I K WW, ,,eamsfmf as , Q gziyww N M ,fl fflyi .9832 , ,, , . -XM .7 ' A f W N A . . . 1 6 I 'Vp I " F 1 'b Q VIH, ' ' - 2 , M 'A Q , I A . x ' M A w 1. 4, ' , . 4 4 K . M, Q ,M I rv' 'W 4- , I ...Z 1 ..: 5- wf ' 'lc 'I' ,My ' , j., I I , , nkwiqgigqm ef' 1 ' A 'A S" ip 35 .ff +f CZ a3'It ' . 1 J . may N vffvywft If ' I . w,-,fgrff - . ' ,, 3, .fq,,.1f v A Nfxfsiaji f' mggglm, + g ,i , QQ," if M' it S 'FUI' TXYINIC-'l'liINDl4Ili-l+'or the third year, sports writers seleeted Ned Furst as best goalie. This winter Ned. a heady and keen play IliHgll0SflI'l8I'l, reeorded two shutouts, made 85 saves and meted out I4 goal'- In the playoffs and the Malden series he also was speetavular. Above he's pestered by Harry Cole, lliek Dut ton and Bill Redmond. li A Il li E UF Lllil1IIi'I'Y - John Iluerr, Tom lVagner, lion Reeve and Bob Fiek imi- t a t e J oh n Adams in front o f ll o s t o n's Faneuil Hall. THE ICEMEN WINNETH Loyola 9-2 but Forest Park stopped them in their tracks with a 3-2 overtime setback to temporarily grab the league lead. Calvert Hall and Poly then felt the sting of the Purple attack hy virtue of 7-2 and 2-1 tiffs to write finis on the opening round. Loyola then permitted the lads from the banks of lVlaiden's Choice Run to bomhard their nets to the tune of nine goals in the second round opener. After the final Forester spectacle and the eventual diadem, came the Harvard Cup series with Loyola and Poly being edged 3-2 and 1-0. After the regular season the puekmen tangled with Malden Catholic of Boston in a home and home series and twice howed 2-0 and 6-l to the powerful hockey-bred Bay State stielcmen. For the third straight year, goal-tender Ned Furst rated the net-minding duties on the Surfs All-Maryland sextet with Dutton and defenseman Clary Reisler receiving the honor for the set-ond time. Other squadmen were Tommy Wagner, Jack Robinson, Bill Redmond, Harry Cole and Boll Fick. COLLISION-Irresistible foree Bob Firk tleftj seems to be lllflviilg swiftly in the same orbit as very movable objeet 'l'om XVagner. lioth lads were promising wingmen on the ieers. 'l'honggh Bob graduated in June, Tom has two more sea- sons ahead of him. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Gael Scorers I'l..u+:u Cons Asslsrs 'l'o'1',u,s Ilutlun 2I 9 S30 Cola- I ll 5 I 5 I"i1'Ii T 3 I 5 Wagm-r T 0 III lil-islf-r I I 5 RUIIIIISUII 2 I II livdllltlllll I I 2 'HAM 'I'o'1',x1, 52 LII 83 lf! lCI'lS0lll11H-Harry Polo, llc-1-I Gm-I forwurcl, lumns lurgv on tha- page-. In his slmllow, gmnliv N1-d Furs! 1-lc-urs an Fm-vst Park shot to lbirk lhlllun as Illvhinsun anal lie-islvr stand hy. 'l'In- Gzu-ls drop om- to Maldf-n in slluvious Huston .hw-nu. Nvl haul 37 sun-s in lhc- sm-voml Nlnltlvn llI1'C'llll2. At mimldlo right Furs! falls on om- ugrainst thu- I"0l'1-Stn-l's with IRQ-isle-r holding out the' Hrs-1-nic-. xvl'Il-KIIUXYII l0llNlllllll, .L .hlln-oy llmlinv, llli'llll'l'S tho skatm-rs for an big- sprq-ml ill tha- Sunday Sun lllilfllillllly 4-ntitlc-tl "Stars on Tin IW." Tho titlv springs from thc- lin slu-1-is on whivh the- Gm-ls lll'l'fl'1'tl'll lhvir shots. Al luwvr l'lf.'L'lll 'Pom Wngnc-r assisted hy Uolv In-nts lmynlzfs goaliv Vuruzzu in tha- Iirsl pe-riml ut' thn- initial playnil' tusslv. SI'liASHlfIIlS-At, the li. of C. pool the swimmers come up for air and a picture. SEA'l'l+ZlP: tVilliam VVilIiamson. Charles Smith, Mark fltillfllhill, XVayl1e Alba, Irving Ruppert, Harry Geelhaar. STANIDING: Brother l"olman, .lermne Joyce, James Selvkinan, Richard Ikarrctt, Thomas Mc-Hale, Ernest Agnes, Charles Asplcn, Pouch xvlllfl'l' Hurley. Mr. Hurley illustrates the proper form below, and the dashmcn ready tliclnselvvs for a plunge. Mark Coughlin stroked mightily to pull the tankmen into the win column, but Mark's solitary efforts were not enough to offset the concerted power of the other more experienced swimmers Th around the town. Undefeated in Maryland compe- e tition, Mark copped the Maryland Scholastic breaststroke title, set the 100-yard schoolboy record o of 1:l2.6 in the K. of C. pool and grabbed second in the National Catholic Interscholastic meet with his best time of the season: 1:ll.5. Efforts of seniors Wayne Alba, Charley Smith, Bill William- T .b son, Irv Buppert, Jerry Joyce and Coughlin must fl e be bettered by the nucleus of next yearis squad: Brad Smith, Charley Asplen, Dick Barrett, Harry Ceelhaar, Ernie Agnes, Tom McHale and Will Selckman. Coaches Walter Hurley and Brother Colman know the team will surpass the one tied and eight lost record of this year. Besides Helding a six-man troupe in tht- fall. the residents. led hy Brother Guy. were represented R 'd in winter and spring sports hy rapahle court and diamond aggregations. Captain Fred Brandt was tht- hig gun on the hoopsters. haggling 232 points Q as his lmoarder mates romped to I9 eonquests in 26 tries. ,lavques Bernier also had a 20-20 eye for the cords. netting l7l counters. ,luan Prado, all P31-iff b9flVf'l' fllf the l'f'll0llnd5, Fllilffd 127 00 runs to 37. and unveiled an f-llt-4-tivv twirlvr lllafkefs- in llavanan Mariano Quintana. Impressive hing- ln the national pastime, the study hall dwellers ling averages were piled up by Bill Slavks. ,loo topped 9 out of ltl games, outscored the enemy Greene, Fred Brandt. and l'hil Daly. IRIGSIIIIGNT SQIHXIDS-IKASICISAIll,-l"IllS'l' IHNY: llill l'lll'1'lll, Ronny Young, llill lflgan, Bill Martintlill, Jolm l'r:ul0, lloh 'l'hllr- low, t'arlos R0llHlj1'llt'l'Il, Farlos .hnvngual, t'hut'k Zinsnmyc-r. SEVUNID IRUXY: Jolm NVQ-lvh, Tony Vasquez, lfrt-tl llrumlt, Joe t'leau'ly, .lov Greene, I'hil Daly, Ilan Mavnhoy, .lorry Sw:-4-in-y, llill Slavks, Nlariamo Quintana, llrotht-I' Guy. IKASKl+I'l'IiAl1lr-l!tl'l'- TDM: Jaques Ilernivr. FIRST RUXY: Javk N0lllnvy1'l', I"rMl1ly Brandt, Joe Greene, John l'x-ado. SICVUNID ROXY: Bill Russell, liill Slalvks, Joe Iianggan, Jack lileinstuher. THIRD IRUXY: Juvk Skvlly. lioh l:1lllllt'llStllN', t'arlos R0llHlj.1'llt'l'2l. llBSlll8lltS Baseball Scores 1947 Wiz Orrosrzxrs Tin-:Y 3 Silver Spring.: 0 10 Monastery 7 5 .Iayvee 1 4 St. Martin's 2 11 St. Agnes 2 5 St. Martin's 3 4 St. lCdwarfl's 1 5 Monastery 10 13 St. Edwards T tl Silver Spring 4 66 HTo'rV.u.s 'WWW' 37777 lIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll Residents Basketball Scores 1947 Wi: 0l'l'UNl'IN'I'S Trim' 20 Holy Rosary 12 46 St. Francis Xavier's 40 41 St, Mary's I. S. 43 30 State Sales 23 42 Boys' Latin 62 23 St. Mit'liael's 30 37 Monastery Vets 28 36 St. Mary's I. S. 34 31 Xavvrian College 25 39 0. L. G. C. "A" 37 27 Monastery S. U. 30 41 St. Marks Vets 32 59 0. L. G. C. "B" 32 46 Kensington A. t'. 30 35 St. Ambrose 32 45 St. Andrews 30 57 Varsity Seconds 43 45 SS. Philip 8: James 42 44 14 Holy Martyrs 30 51 St. Martin's 42 27 Varsity 57 29 St. Mary's. Govans 14 41 St. Ambrose 38 25 Monastery S. C. 54 52 St. Martin's 54 38 St. Ambrose 32 1017 To'r.xi.s 714 552 - his clan , vu Ill E 'ack was llllhfai . V won thx 4 Kozlowski. ' tm, qinnlf. and in-I-I3 - N1 illliiiil' -Nick flullvli G4-uw Wfm in '- Q Y , .1-pill--I IJ Pol" 'A nu, 'wg nlvht " .0n5UlNfl0ll hon lima-V' lllu 5. ilu- vup hl- um' llls.-dlilllli 'omim-y My Q :xxl:':ll,5l:'?S,l,.1x4l S4-llamtillatnzziuland nn-nlop lla! H4-m. l'Nc-lm, u"""3 ' lfllllilllllg l'0lll'lll lN'lIlII!l lx'll'l,1lIlUfIll. llillnaln :mtl l,illl1'l'SOH in lllv Sl'll0lilSlll' 'l'ourm-y. 51. .los-'s improving: wrf-sill-rs g2ll'Il1'l'f'fl :ln ugfgzlvgfutc- of 20 nmrlu-rs in llw finals lu-lml all llonu-wood. ll was H5-pounflvr .lm-k Sllllllilllllll who providr-cl llw oulstunrling pvr- l'0l'IINllll'I' of the- so-:won wlwn llc- 1-oppm-cl sown slruiglxt lmuls :luring lllf' l'I'gIlIl2ll' sr-uson zmfl lllf'lI we-nl on to lzllw ilu- slzllv lillm- in ilu' l0lll'lI1'y. .lavli also Slmrl-cl mill! Nlx-llonoglfs Hola l,ung1 ilu- llonor oll ln-ing: xolm-cl llu- mr-c-l's 4llllSlilIlIllIlQ1 ure-sllvr. IOS-pounrls-r llolv lfzllll-r and ISS-pounrlc-r f:t'll1' l,yl'lI2l also urlxzlmw-rl lo ilu- llllillfi lwlorf- lu-ing Pllllllllillfifl zmcl .lorry Svlxlimn won ilu- consolation vromn in ilu- llc-zlvym-iglll vlzlss. Mr. lxozlousliils grunlc-rs posh-fl ll lffl log in l'l'QIlllill' sn-uson llllill lm-1-ls. Alu-1' losing to fllllllilll 2l-l6. Ill:-y lu-slml City 20-I2 and Sf-H-rn 29-l5. lilll mlroppf-cl u vlosv 21-I9 ve-rmlivl to l,illll'l'SUll in ilu-ir nf-xl slurl. Alle-r that lllf'X' look Qoulln-rn 'md l'olv llllo . . Vlllllll lw 22 I6 'mtl Ili I2 l4lllIllN dlltl - . - ' 4 un-rv sqlmslwcl lvy Nll'l,UllHgll 225-3. SM.-HAI, VIH'-In alnotln-r lournaum-nl linaul, South- VIAUSI-I llNl'lTI'2lllI'I'N0ll's .XI Iloory was 1-xlc-mln-ll 4-rn's lioh l"is1'ln-r mltlustn-ul lhq- purplm- HIS no 4-ml In-torv lm linnlly 1lxm'n1-tl G1-nw l'y4'ha fi-I lN!llllll4'l', .lm-k Ifzlllw-r. to Win 7-5. .lawk look n in tha- sinh- llllZllS of ilu- l55 pound 4-lass. Shauna- re-1-ol'1l of tivo wins and only Iwo lossvs into IIN' haln tossvw liurski of ilu- Puts with zu log lll'I'5S. tournc-y. ll KIRAY - 'l'll1-so tvn IIIIINFI1' lwmlvrs put tho S1lll1'l'Z1' on Gawl op- polwnts. Tha-y wore' John Fnltvr, 105 lhs.: l'aull Xl'0iss, 115: Gil Haney, 121: N1-il liuth- on, 1283 Jon-k Ward, 130: Jzwk Slmnahan, 145: fi1'lll' l'yvhn, 155: John Gvppi, 165: Mar- shal Myvr, 175: Gerry Sflllillllll, nnlimitvrl. I'IX'l'lCI-DIES 1 Giant 221 ponnflvr G1-rry Svhlinnn IISNIIIIIUN tho l'1'f1'l'1'1"S position for 115 pound- vr l'nnl hv1'iSS. Tho oilivinl is Mr. Kozlow- ski. ,lt tho right it looks liko a bnttlo roy- al hut thc boys nrt' just I1-sting an fvw holds. IDEM1lAS'l'lL-X'l'l0N-Jzl4'k Fultc-r nnxl Paul KW-iss show how it's donv. lf'li0N'l' ROW: John G1-ppl, fi1'l'l'y Svlllillllll, Martin Smith, Marshal Nlyor, Jnvk XYar1l, Mr. Kozlowski, Gil Hamm-y, Noll lluthon, Jnvk Shanahan, Gvm- l'y1-lm. SIGUUNID ROW: lion Glotlvk, l'llIil'li0 Shaw, Sul Zito, G1-luv Moc-llvr, Frank Magrognn, John livhl, Jim Stl'0lll'l'kl'l', Andy Mvl'olgun. PAROCHIAL LEAGUE VIXNVIIIN IHll44H'!liilI svllmuls frmn Bullillluw. IHHSHII mul CillUll!4NiIll' louk pzlrl in the lmskvl IP sluunlsauuwl ln' lhm- Nluunl ilfillll thus vvur. . 1 . luur Il'2lglll' l41'lll'Q'Ft'IIlllliX1'F l'lIl4'l4t'll ilu- vily play- UH mm lux' Sl. .'XlllilIlilSill5-. In an illlwsm-liollall llll. Slam' nf lllr- S1-11 wullolwml Vxmfolk lillisl. ll m'r1'1l Hvalrl. .H-.m. 1Il.XIlI'l'Y HIIUT--High N1'0l'1'I' Ilohhy Ilivk Ui' Sznvl-ml H1-:url ol' Nm'I'olli's 'l'i1l4-wnlvr Fllllllllls In but the- Ilanltinuu-1-:uw 1l'iIIllllPlll'll sm-s in an frvf- Illruu' 2lg'1lillNl Still' Ill' lhf- Sul, l'Yl'll1llZlIly. JAYVEE CAGERS 'Flu' grvvn jilyYl'0 Ivuskm-In-1-l's sluwly acquire-d 1-xp4'1'ic-m-v and uouml up svuring priullf- 4-humps Calvwl Hull lu-fmwf lmwingi I9-20. CURICII Pl:-vyuk's me-n mm four amd flrnlupe-ml l2. six luv lllllfllilli . 1 of lvss than hw' pumls. ,lun Llalrk HI Il17illlS,..lilllKlIllIl 1579. l"l'1'1l liuvssf-I 1511. and 'lwcwry ,IUIIIISUII l IH! spurkc-xl ilu- altuvk whivh lu-th-ml .319 In 2ldVf'l'S2ll'l1'S IIA. .ll'NIUl! l'Ul'll'l'NllfIN - l'lIiS'l' ROXY: G1-iw Ifinlvy, -lim Kuhn, lmrry Ste-fun, I'at 1'lark1-, l4'l'1-4l Bm-ssol, Mr. .lolm I'l4-vynk. SIGVUNID IHIXY: 'Pom Gnlmn. Tzul XYll,i1-k, John HIIISIIIRIII, 'l'1'rry Jllllllxilll, .lim U'Iwnry, liill Frumm, IAillg.I2ll'1l Iilvin, Jim l'urri4-r. JAYVEEICERS lhe mirly-to-rnsv IIIIIIIUI' skill:-rs. uhm 1-ax'm'lf-fl on Sports t:l'lIll'!' im- zll sun-up on winlvr S2lllll'll1lYS mmml up lllirql in thc' lm-uglw nilh an four-four rm-urcl. lzf'Ul'Q.'fl' livmp- sr-V and Hvrlv Rl'lll'l'llS lwlcl lu-I and fll'fl'IlSt' posts on lllv -lilfY1'l' all-stars unrl lop lnllu-rs Hull Mur- limlill mul ,lm-k Ixillll lllillll' 'Ill' sawnml six. M S1'ilFUll-S 4-ml sm- I Lula- llle- xursilyl Uwslml lrlp, J.XYYl'Il'f l'l'l'KS'l'l'IllS 1 l"IllS'l' IIUXY: lmvv liurry, .lalvk Finn, Iiill Mau-timlill, .hu-k lh-own, ICI! liunv, H1-rl! Igl'lll'1'IlN. SICVONIP IHHYZ fi1'Ul'Q.f4' I,1'lllIDNl'y, .huly lflikm-nlu-rg, 'l'mn I!2llllll22ll'llll'l', .H Smrm-inn, llivk lin-rr, l"l'2lllli Yizzini. l'zlt l'anl'l-ull, U1-m'::o JUIIIINOII. 'l'Hll!ll IKUXYZ fillS l':musk:l. I Ilarlvs Yost. 1'Imrli1- Ifivk, Nvzxl l"1-vlllvy, l"l'2lllli Yvl- :-lmvsky. Ilan IliNi4'ul:l. Q amrmnl tmsh ImsIwl I0llI'lIt'Y. l.Iuss LITTLE GAELS -X Ialtm- spurt wt' llm-1' wins in tht- Inst tum' llIIw l'iIlSt'lI tht- Sva- Still l'4'1'ul'1I UI IIl'4vIIl4'I' I',l'l4' S I.lIlIt' lla:-I quint In tin- mins amd six It rss:-5. t.hu-I Ixslllc'-tl'ullIvIvl's xxvrm' Ilirk Itm-tIt-r with T5 points. t'ImrIie- Ilvtlltirt- with Ott. ,lim II-Litllllltilt with Il. Iiill I'Il'iIllIIIl0IZ uilh 27. Itill lfrzuxftmt with 22. 'I'Iw hwalls Iulglglmt S420 points to 'IMI Im' tht' ulxlmsltlnll. H.II'II,S 1 I"IICS'l' IUHY: Ilivk IftN'1It'l', Ilill 1'r:lu't'ur1I, I'Il2ll'II4' Nl1'fIIIIl'1', lic-rniv lla-mski, Frnnla I1IIl,5.Il'Illllll, .lov I'1'trotI'. SIN'- UNID HOW: .lulm U't'4mlml'. .lim Nt-nvll, IIIII Supp, Ilill I'wl'llllllIltlIL, CUBS 'I'I1t- pirltAsiz1'4I t,'UlII'IIllt'II ut' IgI'HIIlt'l' IIIIRIIW wnllt-4-lt-II svulps nt IU out ul' I3 uppmlvlltr. IIIFIINIIIIQL tht- VIAISSIUI' parm-Ilml In-urns. plus tIlIIllIS Imm ArIt'IIUIlU"Il 'mtl Imm- .., I 1 'mt llttll. t.hn-I In-mp hlltvrs tu-rv IIIIQIYIIQ' HlIl'IKl' mth I It! 1-tnlntt-rs: 1 ld tiullftuu-11.801 :mtl Watt Quvn- I 1-r. tml. tht- Lllhs tulllt-II 203 PLULIIS aunt bl nt III ttmls Im' Itn points ZIQLLIIIISI tht-ir ulwpnm-nts' Int. 1'l'IiN 1'IIIl2ll'II1' lim-In-, IfI1I'I'Ilom- mvn, Ih-:ul Smith, lit-n Qunmlt, tiny NI:-nttm. Iilrau ltittlv, Hob K2ll'Xllll'IiI, t'Imrlim- I'I1-algo, t'Il1lrIie' Host, 'Pony Smith, Huh thu-tl, t'h:u'Iiv ZIllSllllly1'l', livr- nit- Wt-ignmn, Ilill We-igrlmnn. I'ItI t'olImm'n. Walt l2lll'llZ0l', Ilrotlu-I' Hilary. CLASS CHAMPS .'XI't4-r smut' hut huttlvs. Iltblllt' morn I-l. Q-ilu-rg:-tt as YIVIUI' m tht- t I-If we-ut tu tht- hunts lwttm- low- t'l'lllQL its 1-ulurs ulnlt- I-:X :mtl I-II xwn- Iistt-tt us tht- SPIIIIIIIIQIIISIH. Ihr- I-t, hw- was lun xwII-ImIstvl'- mt NIIII luxvm- amd Luth plzlvvrs In In' 1I4'lll04I tIl1'IlII1'. VIIJSS I-I'-I"lIIS'I' IHNY: Ilivk Ihlism-ll4I:utI'1-r, John U't'mmm-, .lurk Iluly, Larry Stvfun, l'Imr- Iio 3It'fIllIl'l', Tony Smith, HYIIII Smith. SICVUNID IKUXY: llill Ii:-Ily, John xvt'Ill'l'l', .lolm Fu- gaun, Italy Stalvllowski, Ivnrd Ilully. Ilivk K1-rr, Bulb G01-tl. qv... '-1.35 . ' -: 4, -,QQ . if :egg 'vm N 5 we:-5 ww as ,.'.:: ,:. Z :,: , .:. 1 5 M, 'fliiw ,.,. 515,-4 2 ,E . L - 5 Quia E 5, A Y 4 KV .Eau ' Eggs 55' 0 wma S ui' WY ' 5 fm Af Y -' R mwf?gl.15:g?n ' A i U f 5 X K w if ,Q 4 ,Q r UQ? m x: 'Kimi SAW X 5 x k 13613 ,, A . lm M, W in Qggg, Qyfvgsm f ,gg 3 41.14 ESQ S J M Q3 , F . ,. .,.,--. Q-Q. ,. 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N1-is sunnmls wvra- iltlillll f lin- ping nl' lt'llIlIS lmlls. lln' simivk nl lnn':+1-lmli' Ill 4'illl'lll'I'5 nlill. lln- pistol vrum-k of lin' illllllll'l'll xznwl nlziwli llle- foul'-pan'l ililfllllilly ui' lin- graulri xc-rsimi nl' Nfxilllll iXlilll'l'H. the- stirring silmnw- nl' Sllllllll all Ile-m-ilictinn in lllv Slauliinn. ll uns gnml lu lu- all St. ,luv in lin- spring of IUIT. XYHICN AI'Iill. SIIUXYICICS . . . 1 lillllllll ilu' lim-- plalm- nl ilu' lfllkw' filllll, 51'l'lll' ol' Iln' Spring Ilnp, .luvk Hunt:-r, Nlarilyn G1-isvlnmn, Pnl Vito, .hul- rvy Snytlvr, .ll Sllll'l'illli, llnrlvnn- Ill-rg:-n :Incl Ann Iiil-hy lll'1'lilll us lln-y stun- into lln- l'lllIN'l'N. THUSIC MEN .'Hl.lIN-.lolln XX'urIll and llill Ilugznn url' still t'y1'lllg' that I1-lvvisioll l'I'1'1'lYl'l'. lint thc- progrmn has clmnga-il :unl now prvsm-nts unnlln-r nw-G. I.. lid Hnhlvr, who l'l'llIl'll1'll tu Sl. .lm- fm' SUIIN' l'1'fl'l'Nhl'l' 1'lllII'Si'h lwfurv vnlu-ringg rul- lvge-. IfI4l spokq- an nm- of thu- IlNN1'llIllIl4'S. YlfI.tIKI5tNlli NlUGl'l,S-Out in front of t'olumhia l'nivvrsity's liln-ary, tho Mount 'l'on'c-r trilw ft-1-els pi- gt-ous In-tw:-vu talks on annual production. Dirk li2ll'llll0l', Nod Fun-st, lfl'llllN'I' .ln-rt-lniuh, Harry Ilvlwlius, .lov link:-rl und .lohn Wan-lltvr ure- lu-ing 0lliSIlll'01l by tht- hird. TCJWER TYCOONS Sl'IfIItIt.XXY-t':u-toonist Yzu'1ll4'y's little- :nun nvnrs an "J" thanks to Ilivk lieu-dnt-r. 'l'ht- Stork t'luh husina-ss is just an rust-. Nt-d Ifurst and John XYnt-lite-r study Gothit- ill'l'llil1'l'llll'1' at vlost- rungv. Dirk Lau-mlm-I' und llill St-llwurz disvnss tho puh- lishing husint-ss with St-ton's I'ut XYoln'nn und ldvvlyn 'I'llit-llu-. l.z1rgrvst of all Mount yvarhooks. the WLT fllounl 1'1m'vr. king-sizvd at H43 page-s, was put logs-tht-r hy il Slllilll hand of ze-ulous worlu-rs in tht- svt'lude'd llllllllill ollivc- tllvlwd lwhind tht- door ol' M-5301. 'lxhv triumvirata- which supvrvisf-tl tht- hook was nmdc- up of John wF2lt'lllt'l' and llit-k Ilill'tlIlt'l', 1'ovditors1 and llcnry l'le'rft-l. husint-ss IllilllLtgt'l'. jot- Dtlkvrt und Torn Carrity sllpvrvisod tht- litvrury sidt- of tht' produvtion. Photos wort' Sllilllllvd in four state-s and the llistrit-t of Columbia hy IPIISIIIPII Pvclro Sola, Hvnry Oldffwurtvl, and hy fztvulty photogs lirothvr Column, llrothvr IA-roy and llrothc-r jt-rvuliall. lic-rnurd Wumholl, lflmvr I,l'ldQlPtlll and Bill Schwarz assist:-tl with sotnv of tht- l'ItJl'lt'ill work. 'l'lw IUI7 .fllounl Tower is gratvful to fornwr 1-ditor Bill Svhm-idvr 'ill for dvsigningg tht- vova-rg to Mr. O'l,e'atry of thc' Allure-4'ht Conlpuuy, 1-ovvr tuuultllu-t111'c-1's: to Zaunsky Studiosg to Mr. Hake-r ol' l'uhlit'ity I':llQl'2lVlllg1 Colnpanlyz and to Mr. Koi-nig of M1-yvr X 'l'hullwil11t-l', prints-rs. 'l'hunks also to Mr. Millvr and Mr. Bodine- ol' tht- Sun- lnzpvrs for se-ve-ral footlmll and ll1N'kl'y photos. - '1 ,ig w ,H :NZ ,fi-, ki K A ' Q .X . A Q, l fix Q35 S I A E-EE' Wfeekemf New '7!ze Wahfoaf l Towvr l'l'Ill'1'N1'lllllIiVl'S YiNill'll Now Last 01'l0N'l' , York for an yi-zlrhook 1'ollt'4-l'vllvv mul soon fvll vivtims to som- nvvks, 0l'l'lllHIli0lHll llisa-asv of Gotham siglltsa-4-rs. John Wm-lm-r, .lov Ilukvrl " " - lo lukv in thc- mul Ilia-k Imrdner fnhouj umm inmu-nsity of Radio Pity. 'rfvl, fl't'lll0l' ui THEY ALSO Slf1liYl+Ill-H1-nry Hi I4-fly sa-rvvd 4-ulmhly as lrusinn-ss lllllllllgvl' of thn- hook, and though Ili-1-nun-cl Yhllnilloll' iriglntj is lllilSlllll'l'll1lillg In-himl zu vaum-ru for his role- in the- play, hc wus an good 'Powvr oliim- nmn. 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K N Q 5 lfwzvkiii-Wavb' EMA G: in k M KA 'l'HlC YAIRSITY NINE-FIRST ROXV: Henry llaner, Roh Karwaeki, Don Ament, Jaek Fonte, Bernie Baker, Bill lla-ek. SI4lt'0NID ROW: Pat Vito, George Delnpsey, Al Neville, lliek Carr, Fred Staeharowski, Foaeh John Plevyak. THIRD ROW: Frank Stone, Ilon Reich, Stan liostek, Ilan Donohue, Tom Kelly. Absent, .lim Xvlliqilll, IIIZIIIRIQIVI' Ibiek Skelly. 041 Me liwnoncf PRIVATE SCHOOL CHAMPS The lIl0Vlf' "Great lfxpeeta- tions", popular hereallouts last spring, was Syllllltlllt' of the var- sity pill-pelters. For the lfhoys started out like il house alire. then ran into mid-season fltllf'lI'llIllS, re- eovered sullieienlly to pull lllPlll- selves into the promised land only to lose the llasellall crown to a surprising Poly nine. l'lverything pointed to Zlll0lllPl' title ill early April after the .losephites had soundly trouneed Southern and Patterson ll-3 and I-'l--l. hut Southern upset the apple- eart 7-IS ill a return engagement. TllI'Il luoth first-string tossers, llanny lltllltlllllt' and lliek Carr were lwnehed due to injuries and lanky AI Nl-ville, the sophomore lwirling sensation. reeeived no plate support from his lnates as llotll lloyola and Calvert Hall DIAMOND DOINGS WE OPPONENT THEY 11 Southern 3 14 Patterson 1 3 Southern 7 7 City Vets 6 1 Calvert Hall 3 3 Bladensberg 6 O Loyola 2 11 Gilman 4 2 Navy Plebes 1 4 McDonogh 2 7 Calvert Hall 0 4 Mercersburg 3 7 Loyola 5 13 Gilman 2 9 McDonogh 0 3 Poly 0 11'0llflllllPll on next pure! lllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII silenced the Gaels hy 2-0 and fl-l eounts ill the opening conference trays. With the return of Donohue and Carr. l'Great Expectations" began to take shape. The lminglers went on a protracted ll game winning streak whiell carried them to a deadlock with the lJOIlS and Cards atop the league standings and then illto the three QIHIIIC title series with previously lleaten Poly after Carr had wllitewashed the Hall- IIIPH 3-0 and Donohue had bested the Dons 7-3 for the third straight llIIlt". liven the best laid plans go hay- wire occasionally and that's just what happened as the underrated Tf't'llIllP!l skinned the Gaels ill two eneounters. lll the hrst till. he- speelaeled Jaek Shanahan threw plenty of that old lllaek lllklgltl to IllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll MORE SCORES PLAYOFFS 3 Calvert Hall 0 7 Loyola. 3 0 Poly 3 4 Poly 5 113 Torlis P i55 MOUND MARKS Pitcher IP BB H S0 W L Dono- hue 40 24 22 43 6 1 Carr 38 6 22 47 4 1 Neville 39 17 28 39 3 3 Whelan 8 4 9 7 1 0 Oltman 5 0 5 2 0 1 WHAT IS HIC?-Looks as it' llon Ann-nt has the throw beaten as he tries to steal third against Navy Plehes, but the ump waved the Gael nec out. FOVR RASER-Maeeinan Jaek l'l0lIf0 started the playotl' elash with Poly at the Sfiltlilllll otl' on the right foot hy lending otl' with an long elont into the distant pasture-.,. The right field:-r fc-ll ehasing the pellet, so .lac-k, to keep it fair, fell himself. Ilaek on page I4 is a photo of Jnek sliding safely home. throttle the lrvingtonites 3-0. The sec-ond granne was a little different as the Gaels' wohhly perform- ance afield proved to he their own undoing. Bulwarking Mr. l'levyak's pride and joy were All-Marylzlilders Jack Fonte, Don Ame-nt, llielc Curr and Pat Vito. Besides sporting a 44-l mound mark Curr was also top man at the plate with a .4420 uv- eragre. Top twirler was chunky llanny Donohue with a 6-l record. Other leading hitters were har-kstop Pat Vito, 360: pitcher-outfielder Al Neville, .ISISISQ third- Sucker Don Ament, .3l3g und shortstop Mel Wright, 302. HARSH WUKU3"1'9' LDDUW Field, but Blakefield, was the scene of this dispute between Coach 'John Plevyak and Ump Davis. Everything turned out happily though, when the home plate ump reversed Davis' decision and called Dick Carr safe at third. Mel Wright loses his cap beating out a bunt against Loyola. Don Semesky is the Don first sacker. I-Il'Sk SAFE - Al Neville '- pre- pares to slide in for a score on a passed ball in the 'Calvert Hall private school playoff. Cardinal harler George Thomas takes the throw from catcher Mcltewf' A 'low-flying bird's eye view of the Patterson game. That new fence in left iield saved many balls from the creek beyond. an GAEL CI-IUCKERS - Pitchers Dan Donahue, Al Neville and Dick Carr threw everything they had at Mount opponents this year and managed to garner records of six and oneg three and threeg and four and one, respectively. Dick' Carr, a real slugger too, rounds third to score against Navy. The Gaels beat the,Plebes, 2-1. 'ver' 2 M3 PUBLIC SCHOOL FOES '- Ump Woodhead, Poly catche Howard and St. .loe's Al Nevill wait for the pitch in the chan pionship playoff at the Stadium Don Ament crosses the plate wil the first tally in the Gaels' 14 rout of Patterson. IAYVEE BASEBALL A:1l2ll'All'll hy Nlr. fulvski. Mlllllll izlwvm- hillulvrs lvullvfl out il . . 1 11-1'u1'1l of hu- mins in 1'll'Yt'lI slurls. Ifiltlillgl s1xa1Il1'1's iIll'Illlll'lI ,Inv .'Xl'l'S. .Amly l':ik1'llA1l'l'Q uml .le-rry Kuhn. .l.-AYYICIC 1 l"lllS'l' RUAYZ Ili- Nim-ulu, Smith, Ul'ill!lll'l'li, KVM- lvr. I':ilU'lllN'l'g'. l'l'a11lo, lbmlollllv. SMFUNID IRUXY: Jzlrlmv, Filip- iuk, 'I'h111-lmv, .h-1-s, ID1-Y:111gI111, Ik-1'k, Hr. Zallvslii. THIIHI IIUW: W1-Ish, Il. AYPAQIIIHIII, lf'ra111kli11, lhlll. XY. XY1'ig:111:111, Xl'llll1'k. IAYVEE TRACK ,lz1y1'1'1' Ihilwlucls l'a1il1-cl lu rvgis- Ivr il 11111 in two starts. flflilblbillg I ! mm-1-ls In lnly. IIA-ll. und Llly. 38-50. Hill CllHilyQll4'l' 111111 Bob Ha111h1-11sli111- Qlill'lI1'l'1'lA points ill lhv Slulv NWI. Jl'Nl0liS - l"lIiS'l' HUXYZ I'llllllS- lun, lil'l'l', Iiiif, Sll'0lllAH'l'g1, Nu- valk, Iiirslllkzns, AYl'lNl1'l'tlllI, .Xslllc-y, Smith. SIGVUNID RUXY: Ih'utI11-1- NIIIPAIIIIN, Glll'llilll'I', havin, Ilnrlgm-. lf'1'z111x'is, XYil- Iiaunw, U. S'l'lIlll'1'AiI'l', S1m'l11m'- Ski, l"1111l1, Mr. AYllj1'ill0YSki. 'l'HII!I! IIUXY: Ilaliu, Nurwivz, .I. Sll'1lll4'1'k0I', lKillllllll'l'l'l', Gl'4'f.E0l'1'k, Sl'llN'llllli, H1-11111, H1-i11l1-in. I"0l'li'l'H HOW: SI'lll'llf1'l', Ih'h:1k. Xovali, G1-ppi, Gallvgns, fA2lll2lgIH'l'. UNBEATEN CUBS xxllllllllgl lllllt' fur llIlll'. Hl'Ulll4'l' Hililff'-S 1-uh sluggm-rs lm1'vvm'1l IAIVUIIQLAI illl 11111l1'l1'a1l1'fl SUQISUII. l'111'il1g1 tha- lfuhs xxvrc' Ilill lxlilfkilx- wil-z. Al Hllilll. Iiwlv IJ1-Xuuglm amd Bl'l'lN'4' Smilh. who ll0llllI'll'iA lhv upplv for mx-1' .UNL YYIGIC ONES-l"lIlS'I' IKUXY: NIUII- llill, Smith, Nl1ll'kil'N'il'l, Mr- G11i1-1-, IAUYIIIIQIIII, lizulllllmw- ski. liill'U'ill'ki. SIGVKIXID IIUW: S1-hullz, Nliwkzl, liunn, Phillips, Gross, .XIIi1-rv. 'PHIIKID HOW: Ulivvr, Ih-01-1110, fQll1'llZ4'l', Gm-iz, I'l1'llg1', Littlv. Q 5 wg A .K 3 Q g f D5 , ' 3 . A vs' M ., 1 iw 5' H 'X .QP A. Q M W fe fi if :ff ,. .- . A W 35" ,1 2 ' Le mf x A. An , g f: ""'f , I' ve ,ff I ,", ,' 5 1. -X ,Q X -ulb , 2 Ifii ' - , Lg "'i V .M K . 5 ., .I ,,,, -:. Q fx- , All gn pw,-'fw Q . . 4 F W ,.,, f' ff , 5 9 o NX ,, .,Q, X .. It -::, ,V jx: ,':-- ':.,.::.,.. x QA xjww kxbwwwvw V fag HQ ' Xe : QL :gi f 1:- My if 'gf P b .b::.,, L X J QM! M5335 'fibfi f3 J' x . Qi ff - N ' my 3. ii'-'Yr M wa., M Qhrx I MWLMMY Www.. """'P f Mb. M?-g""'M 'N 5 ' ' ., 1 if wuz V L A sta lfvfbf, I we-ji ,mfy MX ji, xx- Nmfmmg , V 4,4 . V.,-W "'.. f wr. , ,QwX?WdiZ?M5i'V 5F lin. who also I-oppl-II lhv high jump lo Ivaul Sl. oiriv Il-mi ilhil-I1 lhvx' hc'I4I unlil lhv Iinui f-vs-nl. pullvr I"i'zmIQ Ill-Imk ami Slllylllt' lim-LI for sccomi ixilh six llllll'Iil'l'S zlpim-vv. Ulhvr Slulv Mvvl points in-rl' ualiin-rm-II In' Norh Sl'Ill't'llIit'l', Tom I'uhn. Iioh IMI Ivy Imrliivrs Wall Smyth ami Mark Cough- Iol- sl-oring nilh 4-ighl poinls. lhm' Gul-Is look am S vrinlvr ,Iohn lil- m ii. high 'lIllll1'l' and shot I I I I I Iironning. Waiyiiv .-Xlhu und lhv rl-lay team of Bill Sl-lim-lIivIlI. liill Iiomly. I'uIm and St'Ill'llPI't'l'. Ifzniling in lluul nu-vls nn-rv INII-Ilonogh. HSI-25. Iforl-sl I'urIx Til 3-IIIII 3. lfily olfli-P15112 ami Puller- son U11-III. 'FOSS 'I'l'l'llIS'l' - l"l'Zlllk liz-Imk, viuss of lfllIlilll0l'!"!4 sliol-pub tors, won his spc-4-ianlily in lin- slulv nu-vl with an Hi fm-I, nim- inrh loh. VIXIDICIR NIIIIX-l"IlIS'l' IRUXY: l'Imrli4- filll'lllIlI1', Yinvv Hoggv, .lov Guilinni, l'l1-in King, lfiii Vomiy, l'hil Ulivi-r, Iloh lh-ownin,ug. SICUONID IKUW: John Ga-ppi, Slvvv lirimn, Mark l'ouyghIin, XYnlt Smyth, Iiill Slzwlas, l':n'roll ill-vin-ollv, Iiill Sviim-Ilivill, l"l'01l lhwuimll. 'l'HlICID RUXY: Ih-ollwr Nlzlrinus, I"runk iii-lmk, lflil l"ilzsimmons. :ll'l'l'y Kuhn, .lim lil-1-vvs, XYnylu- Alba, .lvrry Svhlimm, John Gllith-ru, 'Pom Palm, lioh Wills, Hr. Wojviliovski. l4'0l'li'l'H RUW: Vnrlos Aniomriml, Iwo Marlin, Ih'ol'pg4- Aillllllfi, Marlin Smith, l'han'li4- 0'l'onnor, .ll I'oy1-r, lliil I'Illlll'l'!4, lioh lhllllN'llHlill0. Fll"'I'H ROXY: .luvk Finn, Frank 3l!lgl'0,'JQ2lllv l'hil lluly, Fi-vii l'amzl-r. Q I 'W ' - EN, U-N23 XJ in x img? - T MM ,img ii aw . rv. rf?'Y5' Q xg 5 we-' .VS ff? '9 5 ,W 2 'Q Vw sf K Q .M A + ,L 5 K x, 5 E . .Q X ' II KW i z X fl x me Xx 'Si jiwq ' , 1, Q iq ..... V Q , . 'ff My f m. Q ' 26,3 f P ix, Q W 1 A My ix R Mfxw . f 'F W N Ji Y .ig fi K af 4? x twigs M E W ANmQp,g,, 9 . f'Nffmf':' A N , E V J Q X 5' ,,., f' 7 x Q. s , 3 A fs A k f A' , K .... --':- x E Y fx Eb R , K if -, K ' ,,,, :-. QZZI7. z z :VV ,X . I ' ii K ' ' - ' Q f Y 1? 1 . fs gg W2 ww.. ,, ,H i W 5 if ,ARF f , 4 , -' f W X . 'JM . i A -:U "fps 'M'-Q-N-----.. A If W .W . :ww , xfy, fwwwff- 4 - r- MU., V OOPS, l+IXl'l'Sl'1 MIG-llill llt-lnpsvy topple-s head first on-r an Park stivklnun, as othvr vnviny "vl'ossvl'S" vlosc- in on Jzlvk Slmnulmn and lill- olhvr ylOlllllllll'll st-ntllingg on-r tho hall. Lan-kin llrown 1-vatlos thv l'ity goaliv to flip in a south- lmw vonntvr. Tho St. Jos- Indians wont on to Iilnnhh- Park, Ii-I, but how:-d to tht- Colle-gimis in il hotly-vonlostvil, 0Yl'l'fllll0 match, 5-4. JAYVEE STICKMEN With a slightly hotter l'Pl'Ol'fl than their varsity Imretlirvn. Junior stivknwn won three and lost three- uncl clvadlovlwcl Gilman JI---I. The littlv Jays nmmigecl to lwst Severn 0-3. Iloys' Latin 8-0 anal City 8-3 while losing to Mc- Ilonogh 5-0. St. Ijuulis 7-0 and Poly 6-2. Big wheels for the' juniors wore Dick Hovnig who put-ml tht- score-rs with seven nmrliers and llllllllllIllYQ livrniv Fowler with three. .IAYYIGIC STI!'li-XVIICIIIDERS-FlRST ROXV: Mr. Kozlowski, Hom- Finlvy, Gil Hunvy, John Mis- kau-, Paul lic-Ilmugli, John Hoe-nig, Eligius Yon l'ul'is, lic-rniv Fowlvr and O1-orgo Johnson. SEI'- ONIP ROXY: llill lh'oc-lunoyvr, John Ht-nm-gan, .h-thur li2illllllIlll'lll0l', Alox L1-akin, l'lmrlvy K4-ulwl, Hurry Gvollmar, Jolm 3lHgl'0g2lll, Roy- nold Ilurvi and Hugh XYillialns. THIRD RUXY: I5l'l'llll' liwoku, Ulizlrlvy Yost, Al lla-lnpsvy, Jim I'IllZlllIllll'l1'l', Jini fvR0lll'k1', Jolm Rowland and hurry K1ll'Zlll3ll'4'k. CROSSE CHECKS vARslTv W I-3 UPPON I-IN'I' 'I' u I-xx Il IVIt'Donogh I I I Severn o I Forest Park I2 II Boys' Latin I7 2 Poly Ili .w Sparrows Point II 5 IQ. of C. 0 6 SOlllllPI'll -I -I City 5 3 Towson High 5 0 Park I I lfrivntls I 5 JAYVEE -I Gilman -'I Il M4-Ilonogrh 5 6 Severn IS 8 Boys' Latin ln 0 St. Paul? 7 2 Poly 6 8 City fl GOOD PAIR 1 Alfredo l'avllv4-o and Jar-qlu-s Bornier, top doubles unit, went lllllN'1'll0ll all yt'2ll'. lllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII RACQUET RESU LTS WI-I OPPONICNT Tun-:Y I Forest Park 3 5 Pol y 2 5 Gilman 2 tr lVlc'llonogh 1 2 City 5 7 Culvert Hall 0 1- Loyola 3 fjaiuafe School efuunvpfi TENNIS ln a season abbreviated by rain, Brother Jules, tennists followed in the footsteps of their bigger brothers in the Mount sport- ing world by Copping the private st-hool and Catholic championships while losing the state title to City by virtue of a 5-2 setback at the hands of the Collegians. Wiilllirlg efforts against the boys from the Alameda were turned in by Jack Bernier in the singles, and Bernier and Al Pacheco in the doubles. Brother Jules' netmen boasted victories over Poly, Gilman, Forest Park, Mt'- llonogh, Calvert Hull and Loyola. Sole loss of the campaign was to City. Stellar courtlnen were Bernier, l'ac-het-o, Frank Hayes, Luis Delfino, Pete Sola, Jerry Wittstadt and Bobby Lowe. RAI'Ql'l+1'l'El'IRS-l'c-tlro Sola, Jerry XVitt- staclt, Framk Hayes, -luvqlles livrnivr, Brother Jules, Alt'r1'1lo l':u'Iu-co, lioh Lowe, Lou Ileltino. -5, -VI' 'I'HI'I lljll-'I'zlkillggg time- ull' frnm ilu- music uf Ilill Nlznixvlk orrln-stru nl Apri IN Spring Ilnp, lid Hilll, Nlury .lnnv Salglv, Nlilllw-11 Mull:-n, Gornlun liiqhlimmy Img. nfl lh-4-vo mul Doris Zirklur lim' up for Iiqllial I1-t'l'4-xlllm-Ill :nl Ilu- Iflllas' Vluh sa drink slnml, Vulu- 51lI1'Slll2lll urn- John G1-ppi, Iinh XYills :xml Yimw- Ilowa-Ili. 1'Il.H'I+IIi0Nl'IS-.Xl lwp, Nr. XYu,i1-ilmvslai 1lis1-llssvs Iln- IPl'0,2l'1'SN ut' lhv Ilnp uitll Ilrnlllvl' I.:-ruy. als Mrs. .xllQ.l'll5lilll' Ihwk und Mrs. XY0j1'iIlm'ski lnok nn. lim-low. lay l1'lll'lll'l'S Nlr. Ih-4-on and Nlr. lh-own und l'ri1-mls sm-nu lu ln- 1-njuying.5 thvm- S1-lu-s as lllll1"l us the-ir pupils wvrv. FELLOW ALUMNI-Last stop before the Lyric was the banquet at which the alumni welcomed the class ol: 'll-7. Mr. Phail Wise, 'IO congratulates President Ned Furst EDWARD A. FURST, IR. . Academic . ST. WlLLlAM'S . Ned was senior class president . . . member ol the Student Council . . . CSMC . . . Midget and jayvee tootball . . devotee ol the Indian game lor three seasons . . . quite the goalie on the ice hockey squad-has trophy to prove it . . . Glee Club . . . one good guy . . , 5809 Edmondson Avenue, 28. ROBERT V. WILLS . Academic . ST. DOMINICS . Senior class vice-president . Bob, our little watch-charm guard, gained recognition on the high school All-American eleven after gare nering All-Maryland honors two straight years . . . chairman ol Student Council . . . CSMC member . . . honor roll frequenter . . . Mount representative on the Baltimore Youth Advisory Board . . . 28l2 Halcyon Avenue, I4. THOMAS A. PALM . General . ST, ELIZABETI-l'S . Senior class second vice-president , Tom spent tour seasons with varsity gridders despite numerous injuries . . . varsity trackster lor two years . . . voted best dresser and best natured, as well as the 'llatest" and "hard luck boy' '.,, assembly crooner and imitator ot limmy Durante . . . 2920 East Madison Street, 5. FRANK C. ANTKOWIAK . Academic . ST. CASIMIRS . Frank was news editor of The Quill, corresponding secretary ol the senior class, secretary of the Student Council . . . delights in writing, and in lighting Bunsen burners . . . public speaking . . . campaign slogan-'lThe Peasants Choice' '... aspires to be councilman of the First District . . . 3040 Dillon Street, 24 DANIEL E. CROGAN . Business-English . ST. IOHN EVANGE- LIST . Dangerous Dan was the recording secretary oi the senior class, and a stellar tackle on the gridiron varsity , . . member ot the Student Council . . , iayvee track as soph , . . wrestling . . . powerful-looking skyscraper . . . doesn't frown on girls . , . zealous Mount booster . . . l2l7 Wilcox Street, 2. PHILIP S. MARANO . Academic . ST. LEO'S . Phil was senior class treasurer, and also held the money sacks for Student Council . . . a class representative in the CSMC and president ot the Legion ot Decency group . . . hopeful public speaker . . . favors Spanish and economics . . . St, Ioe's gitt to Loyola College . . . 225 South High Street, 2 Furst Wills Palm Antkowicxk Crogcm Marcmo Tfie of 47 wifi' S ' ' i - I K . P -num T - V .. . A. Adams T. Adams Adelhardt Alba Ament Antczak Auer Baker Bathon C. Bauer ALFRED C. ADAMS . Business English . BLESSED SACRAMENT . Al played on the varsity football team in his senior year after spending seasons with the Cubs, Midgets, and jayvee . . . pole vaulter on varsity track team . . . likes typing . . . 531 Dumbarton Avenue, 18. THEODORE G. ADAMS . Academic . ST. PATRlCK'S . Large Skip's six foot, two inch frame makes him one of the big six . . . a transfer from Patterson as a soph . . . cartoons and serves as life guard when not perusing history . . . 2218 Fleet Street, 31. GEORGE I. ADELHARDT . Academic . ST. IAMES . Oriole George is quiet except at football games . . . jayvee ice-man . . . Glee Clubber and class baseball as a frosh . . . authority on great Baltimore fire . . . Air Corps or commercial art . . . 1419 East Federal Street, 13. WAYNE H. ALBA . Academic . MANILA, P. I. . From the world's other side, Wayne, World War ll Filipino guerrilla, came as a junior . . . track weight man who got good distance with a discus . . . Kappa Chi . . . a good student now at U. of Penn- sylvania . . . 188 M. Roxas Sta. Ana, Manila, P. l. DONALD G. AMENT . General . ST. LUKE'S . Don has been passing ace and play caller of gridders for three years . . . occupies hot corner for varsity nine . . . artist, Student Coun- cillor and jayvee cager from Sparrows Point . . . 2912 Ritchie Avenue, 19. in me swam of Me vow. LEONARD M. ANTCZAK . General . ST. CAS1M1R'S . Lenny held down left end for six-man day squad . . . cavorted for frosh soft- ball champs . . . a friendly Highlandtowner who scampered seventy yards goalward against St. Pau1's . . . butcher . . . 648 South Streeper Street, 24. IOHN I. AUER . Academic . ST. WILLIAMS . Titian-topped Smiles is a scholar with a yen for chemistry and modern art . . . Hopkins bound for medicine . . . a Catonsvillean who has done surveying in the wilds of Maine . . . 4 Mallow Hill Avenue, 29. FRANCIS B. BAKER . Business-English . ST. MIC1-lAEL'S . Pops has been a varsity guard and back, a jayvee and varsity base- baller and a frosh cager . . . tooted a mean bugle for St. Iames' Drum Corps . . . thrilled at starting the City game . . . 4306 Forest View Avenue, 6. G. HOWARD BATHON. IR. . Academic . ST. AMBROSE . Howie is the seventh of the Bathon clan to attend the Mount . . . a lover of chemistry, spinach and Latin, he is neutral in the swing-symphony battle . . . will attend Loyola College . . . 4415 Park Heights Avenue, 15. CHARLES R. BAUER . Academic . ST. MICI-1AEL'S . Long, lean and likable Charley prefers basketball and Seton . . . played Cub football in first year . . . got a kick out of being a senior . . . seventy-live inches in altitude . . . 102 South Wolfe Street, 31. THE EPITOME OF LEARNING-Daily casting her shadow over ltudenll marrying to classes is the Mount Tower-symbol of the Mount mode of 1 e. H. Bauer Beck Bengies Bents G. Bemier I. Bernier Bonner Bowen Brandt Brockmeyer HENRY I. BAUER . General . LITTLE FLOWER . In his first two years, Belair Road Bud tooted for the band . . . as a junior he was a varsity hoopster . . . as a senior he protected the six-man day-hop end spot . . . an avid driver and varsity baseballer . . . 2805 Pelham Avenue, 13. WILLIAM F. BECK . Business-English . ST. ELlZABETH'S . A four-year Crusader, Rock won two jayvee and seven varsity letters and an Alumni Seal as a stellar soccer goalie, a battling basketball guard and a reliable baseball outfielder . . . Glee Club . . . 2615 East Fairmount Avenue, 24. EUGENE E. BENGIES . Business-English . OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL . Gene makes the lengthy trek from Essex to Irvington where he enjoys bookkeeping, but can't get jocund about jug . . . a Maureen Daly fan . . . Crusader as a soph . . . Route 16, Box 161, Baltimore 21. IOHN I. BENTS . Business-English . ST. ANTHONY'S . Easy- going Ierry remembers the times he made the honor roll . . . a Crusader and pigeon fancier with an aptitude for bookkeep- ing . . . will probably follow an accounting career . . . 2123 Mt. Holly Street, 16, LONG. LONG TRAIL AWINDING-Freshmen take their first step in their high school careers-that conterence with Brother Malcolm. . 5 ff ' f V ' " iE'5s.ii:iii1Lfifz5.i75eiffs?f1. . GEORGE I. BERNIER. IR. . General . RICHMOND, VA. . Genial George with the rebel drawl returned to St. loe after fifteen months' service on Guam as a naval storekeeper . . . man- aged basketball and baseball as a junior . . . school chauffeur . . . 2816 Dupont Circle, Richmond, Va. IACQUES W. BERNIER . Academic . WASHINGTON, D. C. . lock . . . four-year Crusader, treasurer as senior . . . varsity tennis ace . . . Kappa Chi secretary . . , six-man residents . . . undersquad cager . . . Georgetown U.-then diplomatic career . . . 5710 Broad Branch Road, Washington, D. C. IOSEPH I. BONNER . General . LITTLE FLOWER . Soft-spoken Ioe tooted the trumpet for the band for two years . . . long-time CSMC member . . . dabbles in agriculture . . . could hear Driscol1's clarinet solos forever . . . 4226 Stanwood Avenue, 6. FERNANDIS I. BOWEN . General . ST, ANTHONY'S . A three- year Crusader and a witty lover of classical music and pipes, Ferdy enjoys the peace of the chemistry lab porch . . . in his day he managed the Cubs . . . prefers religion and science . . . 4413 Furley Avenue, 6. FREDERICK A. BRANDT . Academic . CARACAS, VENEZUELA . Kappa Chi prexy . . . Freddy arrived in seventh grade . . . high scoring C21 countersi, All-Maryland soccer center forward . . . cager and trackster as junior . . , a Gael All-Time pitch great . . . Plaza del Panteon No. 22, Caracas. WILLIAM D. BROCKMEYER . Academic . ST. IOHN THE EVANGELIST, Severna Park . Brock has trekked over 30,000 miles for a St. Ioe education . . . Student Councillor . . . Glee Club . . . soph yearbook . . . volunteer fireman . . . Catholic U. for architecture . . . Severna Park, Md, .fife Er-:gina al Qamlem G. Brown R. Brown Brunner Bryan Bupper! Charboneau Cierzniak Cleary Clifford Coady G. LARKIN BROWN . Academic . SS. PHILIP 61 IAMES . Lark was a varsity lacrosseman for two years . . . trackman as a soph . . . jayvee football back . . . another aspiring architect after a stay at Duke University . . . Crusader as a freshman . . , 5 West 25th Street, I8. ROBERT P. BROWN . General . ST. ELIZABETH . Lanky Bob returned from twenty months' Navy service with a hunger for three-inch steaks and current history . . . his avocation is col- lecting government checks . . . "Got the history?" . . . 529 North Decker Avenue, 5. IOHN I. BRUNNER . Academic . MONASTERY . lack . . . three years of assorted Cub and Midget football . . . once a jayvee cinder-scuffer . . . the kind of consumer ice cream companies like . . . collects war souvenirs . . . enjoys religion . . . 3ll South Augusta Avenue, 29. IAMES I. BRYAN . General . ST, AMBROSE . Iim was the gent who always wore a smile . . . favored engineering drawing, math and lack London . . . "Muscles" worried whether his marks were over 85 or not . . . sometimes they were . . . a sportsman . . . 3720 Oakmont Avenue, 15. IRVIN E. BUPPERT . Academic . BLESSED SACRAMENT . Wavy- haired Irv appeared on cross country, track and swimming squads . . . CSMC man . . . plans a career as a chiropodist . . . thrilled at large school dances . . . the handsome type . . . 749 Cator Avenue, l8. wr me you vw WILLIAM I. CHARBONEAU . Academic . OUR LADY OF LOURDES . Charb was active in parish sports, including base- ball and basketball . . . jayvee football . . . would major in history at Loyola College . . . no geometrician, he . . . apple pie eater . . . 3300 Forest Park Avenue, 16. RICHARD M. CIERZNIAK . Academic . ST. CASlMlR'S . As a frosh, Dick worked with the CSMC, the yearbook, and Glee Club . . . varsity cage manager as soph . . . a connoisseur of Ogden Nash's poetry and of all things Polish, especially food . . . 811 South Streeper Street, 24. IOSEPH T. CLEARY . Business-English . WASHINGTON, D. C. . Ioe goes through life with a big grin and all kinds of ambition . . . served as Kappi Chi secretary . . . a resident six-man grid- der . . . managed the pitchmen . .. maybe Maryland U. . . . 1301-33 Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. WILLIAM G. CLIFFORD . Academic . IMMACULATE CONCEP- TION . Aristocratic looking Cliff swam as a junior with the varsity fish . . . tried both resident and day-hop life . . . Spanish class captivated him . . . on his way to Duke University . . . Ford-Cliff Manor, Towson 4. THOMAS F. COADY . Academic . FOURTEEN HOLY MARTYRS . Tom, a two-year Crusader, entered from St. Charles' as a junior . . . picked up a liking for Leo Delcher, history, football, chili con carne, Damon Ftunyon, "Buttermilk Sky" . . . serious- minded . . . 8 North Fulton Avenue, 23. "IT IUST COMES NATURAL"-says Greg Andorlon to his buddies from 2A loitering in front of the main building. l BULL SESSION-Navy vet George Bernier tells boarders Ioe Cleary. Bob Raubenstine and Dick Torregrossa oi his service experiences while in- specting the new wall erected in the outfield at Ryken Field. IOSEPH L. COLBOURN . Academic . ST. IOSEPH, Lee Street . A veteran of four years' Mission Crusade work, Lee also deived into jayvee basketball for two campaigns . . . a dependable lad who hits the books hard . . . finds chemistry stimulating , . . 1433 William Street, 30. HARRY I. COLE . Business-English . ST. CEClLlA'S . For two winters Harry held down his wing of the varsity icemen's front line with ability and dash . . . liked to muse on his game-winning goal against Poly in 1945 . . .NWashington and Lee bound . . . 3210 Mondawmin Avenue, 16. WILLIAM I. CONNOLLY . Academic . ST. DOMlNlC'S . Bill, a whilom Cub footballer, found his soph year easiest . . . a follower of sandlot sports who deems Lassie his favorite actress . . . plans some higher education in college . . . 2927 Hamilton Avenue, 14. ANDREW T. CONNER . Academic . ST, MARK'S , Loyal Cru- sader for four years . . . Glee Club . . . a Broadway aspirant, Andy has been a pillar of St, Ioe dramatic productions since he was a frosh . . . headed for Catholic University . . . an English scholar . . . 25 Bloomsbury Avenue, 28. IOHN P. CONNER . Academic . ST. MARK'S . The other one . . . also in Glee Club and dramatics . . . Alumni medalist in debating and elocution . . . president of thespians . . . CSMC man every year . , , hopes to see his name in marquee lights . . . 25 Bloomsbury Avenue, 28. 'Wnmei Bam Same efnanqwi Marla HENRY F. COUDON . Academic . PERRYVILLE, MD. . Hank came from Tome School . . . varsity swimmer and jayvee la- crosse man . . . Kappa Chi treasurer . . . will enter Hopkins . . . relished flying, motorcycle and aquaplane riding, along with physics . . . Perryville, Md. MARK P. COUGHLIN . Academic . DENVER, COLORADO . A Rocky Mountain lad who takes everything seriously . . , state champ in breast stroke and high jump . . . jayvee and varsity soccer . . . ditto in track . , , hurdler, trigonometrician and future Yale man . . . Boston Symphony . . . Denver, Colorado. IAMES E. COX . Academic . SACRED HEART . Iimmy was a Crusader of long ffour yearsl standing . . . Glee Club . . . an amateur photographer, he looks forward to the day when he will hang out his medical shingle . . . reads in spare moments . . . 421 Cornwall Street, 24, IEROME W. CUGLE . Business-English . ST. PAUL'S, Ellicott City . Ierry trumpeted four years in the school band , . . under- squad football . . . Little Gaels on the court , . . frosh softball All-Star . . . started at St. Ioe in eighth grade . . . commerce calls . . . Frederick Road, Ellicott City, Md. PHILIP N. DALY . Academic . BETHESDA, MD, . Phil's touted toe supplied a top gridiron thrill with its 42-yard field goal against City . . . varsity cager . . . Kappa Chi member , . . Quill staff . . . transferred from Gonzaga . . . 4402 East-West Highway, Bethesda, Md. Colbourn Cole Connolly A. Conner l- Conner Coudon Coughlin Cox Cugle Daly Y ,EWE'9?Hbzi-weisif S V V233 5551172 WE? -N'!SS?t M ' QRGSQWVFPHSSFM Dempsey Debelius Delcher Dotterwiech Driscoll Drost Duerr Dukert Dutton Eichelberger WILLIAM I. DEMPSEY . Business-English . ST. IOHN THE EVAN- GELIST . Another Navy veteran . . . long-time Crusader . . . Glee Club . . . went in for cross country, varsity lacrosse and jayvee ice hockey . . . enjoyed his history classes . . . happy- go-lucky . . . 601 East Biddle Street, 2. HARRY A. DEBELIUS . Academic . LITTLE FLOWER , Harry is a fine creative writer with an avidity for realism and new words . . . Quill feature chief . . . lnkpot editor . . . elosution medalist . . yearbook staff . . . debater and Crusader . . . Pop's car . . . 2700 Pelham Avenue, 13. LEO E. DELCHER . General . ST. MARTlN'S . Earl has been tossing in tallies for the cage varsity for three seasons . . . top thrill was hitting the hemp for 25 points in one clash , . . best dancer . . , jayvee football, baseball and track . . . 1808 West Baltimore Street, 23. GERARD G. DOTTERWEICH . Academic . ST, URSULA'S , Ierry hails from Parkville . . . Mount baseball in frosh year . . . would like to make the major leagues . . . plays on sandlot nines . . . famed for quiet humor . . . Loyola College comes next . . 3041 Oak Forest Drive, 14, IAMES F. DRISCOLL . General . ST. ELlZABETH'S . Drisk's heart is set on music . . . he has been a sax and clarinet artist with the band every year he has been at St. Ioe . . , also harmonizes for outside combos . . . is fascinated by wood shop work . . . 28 South Highland Avenue, 24, New qiefcfi la 8 NORBERT W. DROST . General . ST. STANISLAUS . Norb played the diamond and court games as a yearling . . . once modeled for a full-page yearbook picture . . , photographer in his own right . . . dependable in his studies . . . aims to grab a Iune sheepskin . . . 2117 Bank Street, 31, IOHN I. DUERR . General . ST. CECILlA'S . lack managed the ice team and the binglers for two seasons apiece . . . a sanguine personality who insists, "It's not Door." . . . partial to dungarees, driving and drafting . . . plethora of pep . . . 3041 Grayson Street, 16. IOSEPH M. DUKERT . Academic . SACRED HEART , Best-scholar . . . Ioe kept busy as Quill editor, Crusade prexy, debaters' leader, TOWER staffer, cheerleader, five-time medalist in elocu- tion, debating and oratory, committeeman in gym drive, actor and most likely to succeed . . . Pepsi-Cola scholarship . . . 519 South Kenwood Avenue, 24. RICHARD A. DUTTON . Business-English . OUR LADY OF LOURDES . Dick, all-state iceman with the Gaels, holds the record for hat tricks on the rink . . . a home-room prexy . . . saw service with Glee Club, the skaters and lacrossemen . . . titian-topped . . . 3118 Sequoia Avenue, 15. EDWARD A. EICHELBERGER . Academic . ST. PATRICICS , Ike enjoys walking, sailboating, reading anything except book re- ports . . . Crusade and Glee Club . . . eyes a college career . . ,adores Spike Iones . . . 1900 Bank Street, 31. PROGRESS-Brother Hyacinth and some kibitzers watch the grading ol the new lacrosse field on the other side of the loop. .W, . N..-.---...,,....., , ,. ,.,,,.....-Y.-. ti-nu-,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,. Epple Ewers Feehley Fick Fitzgerald Fitzsimmons Fonte CARL M. EPPLE . Academic . ST. ELIZABETI-l'S . Epp's giant frame filled quite a gap at the Gael's tackle spot . . . weight man on cinder squad . . . Little Gael basketball . . . Glee Club , . . Georgetown beckons . . . a duo with Crogan . . . sanguine . . . 504 South Clinton Street, 24. RAYMOND I. EWERS . General . ST. MICHAEL'S, Overlea . Porky rides in from the suburbs on the Number l5 car with joe Frazier . . . enjoys math . . . thrills at being a senior and dreams of flying into a career in aviation . . . social club fan . , . 7004 Belair Road, 6. IOSEPH I. FEEHLEY, IR. . Business-English . ST. BERNARDINES . Handsome lack appeared on jayvee and six-man gridirons . . . jayvee hockey as a junior . . . a devotee of parish athletics , . . relished the history class, Elliott Lawrence and Edgar Allan Poe . . . 3708 Harlem Avenue, 29. ROBERT W. FICK . General . ST, DOMlNIC'S . Bob is third in line of Fick ice hockey stalwarts . . . his schedule of sports also included cross-country, Midget football and Mounty base- ball , . . likes to keep the goal judge busy , . . that first tally . . . 2809 Goodwood Road, l5. IOSEPH I.. FITZGERALD . Academic . MONASTERY . Fitz rates as "hard-luck" boy of the year , , . first game injuries ended his promising grid career . . . his house burned up . . . but you can't keep a good man down . . . junior cager and 'crosseman . . . ll9 South Culver Street, 29. ELECTRICIAN'S NIGHTMARE-Harold Boone oi WFBR explains the intricate master control board to Brother Martin Iohn and Phil Daly. Ford Fox Franz EDWIN I. FITZSIMMONS . Academic . ST. AMBROSE . Fitz scampered over the low hurdles for the varsity tracksters . . . a Crusader who also warbled for the Glee Club as a frosh . . . will continue education at Evergreen . . . crooned at last Spring Hop . . . 5l05 Cordelia Avenue, l5. IOHN R. FONTE . General . ST. IOHN THE EVANGELIST . lack held down the keystone sack on the varsity nine . . . Crusader . . . six-man gridder for two years . . . a Mount diploma is his biggest thrill . . . ambition is to play pro baseball . . . ll40 Forrest Street, 2. JOHN P. FORD . Business-English . SACRED HEART . lack likes to hunt and fish, then practice his hobby of taxidermist . . . two years on the jayvee pitchmen . . . seen often with Don Gallagher . . . all subjects rank equally with him , . . 633 South Conkling Street, 24. EUGENE A. FOX . General . ST. ELIZABETI-l'S . Gene was a member of the Little Gael baseball and basketball aggrega- tions . . . as a frosh, dashed on the jayvee track squad . . . Crusader . . . enjoys the Bard of Avon . . , one-time Cub half- back . , . 511 South Glover Street, 24. MELVIN L. FRANZ . General . ST. EDWARDS . Iack's back after 18 months in the Navy, including a year on Guam . . . former president of city-wide social clubs and whilom head of St, Edwards Social Club . . . horseshoe tosser and mathematician . , . 2534 Lauretta Avenue, 23. .Jie WM lawn .Beam 7 ' Kina-iff:-M lay IOSEPH I. FRAZIER . General . ST. MlCl'lAEL'S, Overlea . l-link's bow ties, worn when playing for the Cubs as an underclassman, made him famous . . . Glee Club . . . always relaxed . . , sometimes arrived early . . . enjoys Iohnny Long's waxings . . 18 West Elm Avenue, 6. IOSEPH F. FREDERICK . Academic . ST. BERNARDINES , Ioe made the jayvee moleskinners as a junior, and the varsity as a senior . . . chucked two years for jayvee nine . . . "That's a fact' '.., hankers for history, Robert Louis Stevenson and "Someday" . . . 619 Woodington Road, 29. DONALD F. GALLAGHER . Business-English . ST. PATRICK'S . Don was a loyal member of the Crusaders . . . sang in Glee Club as a soph and managed jayvee soccer team . . . four-year canteen worker , . . avocation is roller skating . . . pocket filled with pens . . . 301 South Broadway, 31. SALVATORE S. GALLINA . General . ST, BERNARDINES , Sam would like to become an aircraft designer . . . he has worked at Glenn L. Martin's . . . partial to football, Stan Kenton, spa- ghetti, Samborski and Wisconsin or Notre Dame . . . 3801 Flowerton Road, 29. MICHAEL A. GANNON . Academic . ST. IOHN THE EVANGE- LIST . Sandy romped with the Cubs for two years and also performed for the jayvee track team . . . Crusader . . . mayor of the tenth ward . . . revels in the dignity of being a senior . . , historian . . . 1105 Ensor Street, 2. BIG BOSS AND LITTLE BOSS-Head Coach Vic Woicilwvlki warn: Vic Iunior to quit the horseplay with the band between halvu. GODFREY C. GARVEY . Academic . ST. MARKS . Three-year Crusader . . . his car is almost a tradition at St. loe . . . numismatist deluxe . . . bound for Loyola College . , . attended junior high at the Mount . . . chemistry stimulates his gray matter . . . 501 North Rolling Road, 28, MICHAEL E. GASIOR . Academic . ST. CASlMIR'S . Mike is among those claiming l-lighlandtown as Gods country . . . Glee Club . , . a fisherman who also bowls . , . his ambitions are two-fold-to attend U. of Maryland School of Pharmacy and to catch a marlin . , . 941 South Kenwood Avenue, 24. IOHN deP. GEPPI . Academic . ST. PETERS . Gep was voted the Mount's best athlete and the state's top gridder . . . four years of varsity football, two of wrestling, three of track . . . jayvee hockey, varsity baseball . . . loyal Crusader . . . "Man of the Month' '... 647 West Fayette Street, 1. HARRY I. GIBBONS . Business-English . ST. DOMlNlC'S , llarry yammered as a cheerleader, besides taking part in three school plays . . . a Crusade standby , . . played Cub football , . . enthusiastic sandlotter in football and baseball . . . 5508 Carter Avenue, 14. MICHAEL I. GMUREK . Academic . HOLY ROSARY . Mike is a model plane enthusiast who hopes to fly one of his own some day . . . sandlot cager and soccerite , . . enjoyed chemistry, but the 2:40 bell made him happy . , . 406 South Patterson Park Avenue, 31. Frazier Frederick Gallagher Gallina Gannon Garvey Gasior Geppi Gibbons Gmurek 5,1 TaWll 1l!!IlJHY milky WONDERLAND WANDERERS-Ray Walker and Iohn Lowman admire the costumes of characters from "Alice in Wonderland" at the Enoch Pratt Book Week contest. IOSEPH F. GREENE . Academic . VINELAND, N. I. . loe starred for the resident six-man squad, and was voted "All-Maryland" and "Unsung Hero" . . . Kappa Chi . . . jayvee basketball, boarder baseball and track . . . 1123 New Pear Street, Vineland, New Iersey. GEORGE F. GRIFFIN . Academic . ST. MARY'S, Govans . Griff is a 5-foot-4, 115-pound lad from Govans, who shows a liking for football, Notre Dame, authors Tom Harmon and Kenneth Roberts, a flying career and the 2:40 bell . . . 518 Radnor Avenue, 12. RICHARD H. GRUTKOWSKI . Academic . HOLY ROSARY . Murg played basketball in the Mount freshman league . . . quarter- backed for the Midgets . . . campaigned constantly against senior book list . . . "Me and Panowicz" . . . 827 South Bond Street, 31. CHARLES W. GUEMPLE . Academic . ST. ELIZABETH'S . Gimp worked his way up from the Midgets to the varsity football team . . . a four-year Crusader, he ran cross-country and tossed the shotl for the varsity track team . . . "But, Brother . . . " . . . 306 North Robinson Street, 24. IOHN W. GUIDERA . Academic . ST, MARY'S, Govans . lack maintains that he is "built for comfort, not speed" . . . vice- president of Lower Govans Chamber of Commerce . . . sandlot gridder . . . headed for Loyola College . . . 503 Chateau Avenue, 12. gxcuuian f Wfancfealancf IOSEPH I. GUMMER . General . ST. KATI-lERlNE'S . Yock scooted for the Midget football and Mounties baseball teams . . . as a frosh he was a member of the c1ass's baseball and basketball squads . . . ambition is a '47 Buick . . . 1211 North Curley Street, 13. FRANCIS I. HALLIGAN . Academic . ST. AMBROSE . Pat was a member of the six-man day hop squad, also played jayvee basketball and frosh baseball . . . infinite sense of humor flavored with wild imagination . . . lots of school spirit . . . 3314 West Belvedere Avenue, 15. ORTMAN P. HANN . General . ST. KATHERINHS . Ort is gen- erally seen with Lange and Brown . . . his hope is to become a draftsman . . . being a senior was his biggest thrill . . . hates hot dogs a la Cafeteria . . . 1233 North Potomac Street, 13. CHARLES B. HEBLER . Business-English . ST. ANTHONY'S . Heb is loyal football rooter who has followed the team to the four corners of the city . . . likes renditions of Iohnny Long . . . has a huge appetite . . . seen with Gibbons . . . 3704 Hamilton Avenue, 6. IOHN A. HECK . General . OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL . lohn was a Glee Clubber as a soph . . . has a special position in his heart for "dem Boids' '... re-entered St. loe after service in Uncle Sam's Navy . . . aims to be a C.P.A .... 1524 East Clement Street, 30. Greene Griffin Grutkowski Guemple Guidera Gummer Halligan Harm Hebler Heck 52151 ?i"it5X WQii5f'2 22ft i.WJ4'9iiQiWf t iwiftivwiiiltfwi 1 WZ M8213 i is iE9fKZfw:.lQ'5:fEW3'LivK15ef2'?f2-?zSl2?Tivi5'iSWM5r ' -' 'ff 1 'f fl 1 ' J -iwffflf " 2 ' lnpufuufllfafl CARROLL E. HECKROTTE. IR. . General . ST. BERNARD'S . Carl played baseball and basketball as frosh . . . dashed two sea- sons on varsity track . . . philatelist . , . likes mechanical draw- ing and Tommy Dorsey . . . "Heck, nol' '... 1330 Homestead Street, 18, HENRY A. HERFEL . Business-English . SACRED HEART OF IESUS . Hank is an amateur photographer . . . good natured , . , whiz at shorthand . . . collects St. Ioe newspaper clippings . . . pillar of MOUNT TOWER staff , , . Glee Club . . . 321 South Cornwall Street, 24. WILLIAM K. HESSENAUER . Academic . MONASTERY . Harry spent two years on Cubs, one on Midgets, two years on jayvee basketball, one on Gaels, and also a season on jayvee baseball and 6-man football squads . . . quite the athlete . . . 4707 Dunkirk Avenue, 29. EDWARD F. HILD . General . ST. AMBROSE . Ed played soft- ball for 1-I championship team . . , Midgets as soph . . . grappler for two seasons . . . collects lndian head pennies . . . vociferous rooter at St. Ioe's games . . . pitches for St. Ambrose nine . . . 3006 Oakford Avenue, 15. ROBERT G. HOFMANN . Academic . ALL SAINTS , Bob vibrated his vocal cords in the Glee Club as frosh . . . favors the sere- nades of Benny Goodman . . . likes football, algebra, spinach and Maureen Daly . . . also girls . . . 4510 Penhurst Avenue, 15. MOUNT'S MOST POPULAR AUTHOR-Maureen Daly, locturol on toon-ago problems at tha Enoch Pratt Library. Those are Q ILLmen Dsbeliul and Hotfnsr on the loft. HERBERT E. HOHENBERGER . Academic . ST. PAUL'S . Herb played frosh basketball and baseball . . . Glee Club . . . "You know it" . . . short and dark complected . . . Ioe's corner and the Apache team . . . likes to dance . . . bored of No. 8 . . . 1735 Terrell Place, 13. EDWARD F. HOWSER . Academic . ASCENSION . Ed was in- ter-class debating chairman in his soph year . . . Glee Club as frosh and CSMC as a senior and freshman . . . outstanding, however, was his playing as varsity football guard as senior . . . 1200 Circle Drive, Arbutus 27, Md. PAUL G. IMHOFF . Academic . ST. EDWARD . Pablo's biggest thrill came when the front porch of the school fell in during a pep rally . . . tries to be multi-lingual . . . plans to enter both college and service, but not simultaneously . . . 1107 Poplar Grove Street, 16, EDWARD F. IANIAK . Business-English . ST. CASIMlR'S . Ed remembers well his election to the Student Council, his debut in the public speaking contests, those happy days in the typing and shorthand class, those melodious tunes of Perry Como . . . 724 South Curley Street, 24. FREDERICK M. IENSEN . Academic . ST. JEROME . Fred, as a freshman, boosted Cub scores , . . football poll fiend . . . Esther Williams and Elliott Lawrence are for his relaxation . . . was thrilled at attaining the lofty position of senior . . . 1013 Bayard Street, 23. Heckrotte Herfel Hessenauer Hild Ianiak Hohenberger Howser Imhoif Hofmann Iensen ' 'Wi' if r W' E WWW ' :WY 'Wi-'Wifi ' "tT4t' 5x'r1-e5 lemw-rms. rififerw 'WW9im?g, - 'f5:...N.... WEWWYNW' 'WSW'-i 'Y 'A "-V73 'WCIFSRWW Iett Ioyce Kalski Kelly Kenny Kipke RICHARD A. IETT . Academic . ST. DOM1NIC'S . Dick sampled both resident cmd dayhop life . . . Kappa Chi as a junior . . . orator as a freshman . . . chem lab intrigues him . . . relishes the witty comeback . . . anticipates the 2:40 bell . . . 3135 Woodhome Avenue, 14. IEROME A. IOYCE . General . SACRED HEART . Ierry gave three years to the CSMC, two to the tennis squad, and one to the Student Council . . . another music-loving Highlandtowner who favors football and Notre Dame University . . . 4704 Gar- rison Boulevard, 14. IAMES A. KALSKI . Business-English . ST. PATRlCK'S . All- Maryland soccerite, lim was a four-year bandsman and Cru- sader . . . undersquad basketball, grid manager as frosh, track- man . . . thespian as junior and senior . . . cafeteria worker . . . 1930 Bank Street, 31. ROBERT I. KARWACKI . General . ST. CASIMIR . Bob piled up the letters participating in jayvee and six-man football and jayvee and varsity baseball . . . strangely his favorite sports are baseball, football and memorizing poems . . . cheerful . . . 3714 Hudson Street, 24. IOHN B. KEHL . Business-English . ST. PATRICKS . Iohnny was a grunt and groaner for two years . . . junior varsity soccer and track . . . four years as a CSMC man . . . an early bird . . . seeks an office career . . . affiliates with Don Gallagher . . 1904 Bank Street, 31. "PUSH, FELI.OWS"-says Ioe Sills to the b'hoys from IA as they strive with might l?l and main f?l to move Frank Hayes' car. 3 Karwacki Kehl Kirchner Krizan CHARLES E. KELLY . General . ST. URSULA'S . A Glee Club and Cub football man, he likes Vaughn Monroe's melodies . . . prefers biology because he passes it easily: also leans to fried chicken because he can eat it with his hands , . . 7814 Ardmore Avenue, 14. EUGENE F. KENNY . General . BROOKLYN, N. Y. . Gene came to the Mount after serving in the Coast Guard to prep for Notre Dame which he entered after the midyears . . . A11- Catholic end and a regular whiz at chasing punts down the field . . . 497 Prospect Place, Brooklyn 16, N. Y. ALFRED C. KIPKE . General . MONASTERY . Al was pivot- man without peer, winning a post as All-Maryland center on the Sun's mythical eleven . . . also made his mark in Midget football and jayvee basketball , . . possesses a quiet, infectious humor . . . 143 South Kossuth Street, 29. FRANCIS G. KIRCHNER . Academic . CORPUS CHRISTI . Ierry is a future dentist who entered from Linton Hall, played the clarinet in the band for three years . . . Kappa Chi . . . raced for jayvee tracksters as soph . . . Penn or Maryland U. . . . 2311 Callow Avenue, 17. STEPHEN G. KRIZAN . Academic . ST. WENCESLAUS' . Smiles, no slacker in school activities, distinguished himself in CSMC, the Glee Club, varsity cross country, jayvee track as both manager and racer, jayvee basketball and football managing . . . Goldust Twin . . . 718 North Port Street, 5. Same ecune Eq 74614: Kroneberger Kuc Kuczak Kueberth Kuhn Kutcher Lange Lardner Leimkuhler Leishear KENNETH H. KRONEBERGER . Business-English . 14 HOLY MARTYRS . Kenny was a jayvee and varsity basketball flash . . . worked with Kueberth at the Social Security Board . . . swells the ranks of Maureen Daly pluggers . . . shackled Baldwin . . . 1525 McHenry Street, 23. STANLEY A. KUC . General . HOLY ROSARY . Stas is the happy-go-lucky type . . . Oriole fan . . . freshman baseball . . . great poetry lover . . . alert and never has a dull moment . . . likes Ozark Ike . . . algebra ace . . . 601 South Patterson Park Avenue, 31. RICHARD D. KUCZAK . General . ST. ELIZABETH . Dick . . . two-season football manager, but leans toward baseball and the Red Sox . . . one of the few whose favorite movie star is a male-Cary Grant . . . a full schedule of sandlot sports . . . 2317 Fleet Street, 24. IOSEPH A. KUEBERTH . Academic . ST. PAUL . Ioe is a chronic builder of models . . . an individualist who prefers math over other subjects, he thrills to the thought that he is a senior , . . casts a hopeful glance at Hopkins U .... 1634 North Bond Street, 13. GERARD R. KUHN . Academic . ST. MARY'S, llchester . ferry made varsity track, wrestling, in the meantime taking part in religious activities . . . Mount flyer . . . a real school patriot, who entered from Mounts now defunct junior high . . . Ilchester Road, llchester, Md. Elem Me '7aa4:k CHARLES I. KUTCHER . Business-English . LITTLE FLOWER . Death came suddenly to Charlie Easter Monday night. Having just finished the school retreat and Holy Week exercises, and fortified by the Churchs last rites, Charlie, stricken with a brain tumor, was the second member of the class of '47 to die, Iuan Quintana being the first. May they rest in peace. IOHN G. LANGE . General . ST. KATHERINES . Iohn spends some of his spare time bettering St. K's Social Club . . . likes mechanical drawing and ham, patiently awaits graduation . . . green-eyed carrot-top who enjoys the sweet Iames' trumpet . . . 1217 North Potomac Street, 13. RICHARD F. LARDNER . Academic . ST. BR1GID'S . Dick was industrious yearbook co-editor and honor roll habitue . . . voted most earnest, the hardest working student, and most handsome . . . leaves school at midnight . . . worships his math and science , . . 708 South Clinton Street, 24. IOHN T. LEIMKUHLER . Academic . LITTLE FLOWER . Leimy rates among champs for yearbook adgetting . . . a paradox? a quiet Belair Road boy , . . physics class demonstrator . . . a cartoonist and artist in his own right, who delights in rnechani- cal drawing , . . 2870 Pelham Avenue, 13. IAMES E. LEISHEAR . General . BALTIMORE . Liz draws, dances, drives well . . . misses very few clashes at the Sports Centre . . . a cool customer who intends to take up refrigera- tion engineering . . . 3039 Belmont Avenue, 15. BOARDER SPECIAL-Six of St. Ioo'a resident population loan on the BGO'a newest straamlinor. The Cincinnatian. VICTORY SMILE-Athletic Director Brother Hilary expresses the hope that St. Ioe squads will always be as good as this year's team at the K. ol C. banquet. IOHN I. LENTZ . Academic . ST. BERNARDINES . lay nests in the Quill room in the sports editor's roost . . . a humorless humorist, he roots for the TOWER, plays undersquad football and varsity lacrosse . . . dramatics and Glee Club . . . 523 Edgewood Street, 29. GILBERT McD. LEPPERT . General . ST. MICHAEL'S, Overlea . Modest genial Gil finished three years naval service mostly in the Pacific . . . vice-commander of parish Catholic War Vets post . . . a pre-war varsity tackle and frosh nine catcher . . . 106 Kolb Avenue, 6. LEONARD H. LINDNER . General . ST. BENEDlCT'S . Sunny concentrated his time on such off-campus doings as the parish Holy Name Society, sandlot football and the West Baltimore Democratic Club . . . the model-builders claim him . . . 2673 Frederick Avenue, 23. WILLIAM R. LONG . General . ST. RITA'S . Bill, one of the fabulous Dundalk crew, tracked with the jayvees for a year . . . in his day he has been a grave digger, a Boy Scout, a biology fan . . . plans to toil at the draftsman's board . . . 62 Broadship Road, 22. IOHN W. LOWMAN . Academic . ST. MARTIN'S . Bill, as a navy vet, continued his harrowing experiences, he says, by coming back to St. Ioe to take up where he had left off . . . OUILLMAN . . good-looking . . . singer . . . 132 South Gilmor Street, 23. Un 7a7zafMe7Uo1ilJ IOHN I. LYNCH . Academic . ST. BERNARD'S . lack was a loyal CSMC man . . . St. Ed's Social Club . . . jayvee track . . . radio enthusiast . . . "Now if it only works' '... quiet as a mouse but busy as a bee . . . Winsome smile . . . 901 North Rosedale Street, 6. BERNARD W. MACKENZIE . General . ST. ELIZABETI-l'S . Mac is the high man lsix-foot, fivel on the cage squad . . . pairs with Kroneberger for the photographers . . . started on Little Gael quint . . . Maureen Daly scores as his favorite author . . . 12 South Curley Street, 24. GEORGE M. MCCUBBIN . Academic . ST. IOHN'S . Mac is an incurable Notre Dame football booster . . . Glee Club as frosh . . . likes mystery stories . . . possibly headed for South Bend . . . "Love that algebra!" . . . a Benny Goodman boy , . . 943 East Chase Street, 2. WILLIAM E. McDONALD . Academic . MONASTERY . Reds is a cheerful chap who trudges to school daily, enjoys his chemistry lab sessions . . . a skillful auto mechanic . . . has a yen to sail the sea and a hardy dislike of Monday mornings . . . 113 Collins Avenue, 29. EDWARD B. MCGEHEE . General . ST. THOMAS . Mirthlul lad who can't get over the beauty of the Mount campus in the summer . . . claims an option on a regular seat in jug, but this isn't so . . . biologist . . . ardent admirer of Dick Tracy . . . 3713 Elm Avenue, 11. Lent: Leppert Lindner Long Lowman Lynch MacKenzie lVIcCubbin McDonald McGehee 'Ki Mei' WSWS - McLean Macaboy Maenner Magqio Malanowski Malecki Mann Mauna Markiewicz Martin THEODORE I. MCLEAN . General . ST. MICI-lAEL'S . Ted dabbles in woodwork as a hobby , . . also a devotee of the metal shop . . . claims that worrying how to pass takes most of his time . , . waited for that Iune night at the Lyric . . . 321 South Madeira Street, 31. DANIEL I. MACABOY . Academic . SILVER SPRING, MD. . Dan was a hulking halfback on boarder six-man football . . . jayvee basketball and football . , . "Aw, Brother. . . " . . . heavyweight boxer . . , has college plans . . . 300 Wayne Place, Silver Spring, Maryland. ROBERT E. MAENNER . Academic . ST. MARY'S, Govans . Bob likes the wide open spaces, favoring hiking and field archery . . . "Oh, my backl' '... best things about school are English class and the 2:40 bell . . . rather taciturn, but competent . . . 616 Glenwood Avenue, 12. CHARLES V. MAGGIO . Business-English . ST. MARTIN'S . Varsity backstopper as a junior . . . made a hobby of the great American game . . . CSMC member , . . Iayvee cager . . . presides over St. Martin's Social Club . . . pro baseball, maybe . . . 107 South Fulton Avenue, 23. FRANCIS W. MALANOWSKI . Academic . ST, PATRlCK'S , Mal . . , CSMC .... jayvee and varsity soccer booter . . . Little Gael, jayvee and varsity basketball, bowling . . . "Can't feature itl' '... an Elliott Lawrence supporter . . . keen dresser . . . 301 South Ann Street, 31. 70 Me Wiclau Belang. Me lfleal FLORIAN P. MALECKI . General. OUR LADY OF' GOOD COUN- SEL . Buck sticks loyally with Good Counsel Social Club . . . specializes in sleep . . . member of frosh baseball champs . . . "That a fact?" . . . gets the most out of life . . . plays sandlot basketball . . . 1437 East Fort Avenue, 30. IOSEPH L. MANN . Business-English . ST. DOMINIC . Ioe, a lacrosse stalwart for four years, likes to hunt and fish . . . "There she isl' '... swings and sways with Sammy Kaye . . . favors history, Laureen Bacall, and Mark Twain . . . 4506 Walther Blvd., 14. XAVIER I. MANNA . Business . ST. LEO'S . Gungi played frosh basketball and baseball . . . zoot suiter from "Little ltaly" . . . inveterate Yankee fan . . . is thrilled by passing all his subjects in one month , . . "Don't mess up!" . . . 410 South Eden Street, 31, IAMES F. MARKIEWICZ . Academic . ST. CASIMlR'S - lim en- tered from Patterson in '45 . . . member of Gael football and lacrosse teams . , . "Drop dead!' '... looks at the future with a big question mark . . . leans towards physics . . . 804 South Kenwood Avenue, 24, NORMAN I. MARTIN . Academic . ST, WlLLlAM'S . Marty, hand- some K. of C. squire, spent two years with the Glee Club and public speaking group, two more with jayvee lacrosse, Midget football and varsity lacrosse . . . photography as hobby . . . 5308 Wendley Road, 29. "PASS THE ROLLS"-says lack Shanahan to Iohn Gefpi at the K. oi C. ban uet for tho griddors. Bob Wills. Iohn Staley. Al ipko. Bernie Baker andxuster Smith iult nit and watch. V. f Mason Mattingly Maxwell Miles Morganti Morgenweck Murphy O'Brien Obrigkeit O'Callaghan RICHARD C. MASON . General . ST. BERNARDlNE'S . Pickles contributed his talents to Cub and six-man dayhop football . . . broadjumped for cinder men . . . tinkers with cars . . . fascinated by engineering and drawing . . . will be a draftsman . . . 725 Linnard Street, 29. DONALD I. MATTINGLY . General . ST. MARTIN'S . An officer in St. Cecilia's Social Club, Don was two years in the CSMC . . . freshman basketball . . . favorite subject English . . , does not despise milkshakes either . . . that senior prom . . . 403 North Monroe Street, 23. THEODORE R. MAXWELL . Academic . ST. MARY'S, Govans . Ted is one of the Alexius Hall resident stalwarts . . . eyes a future in chemistry . . . pal of Kirchner . . . residents sports . . . a serious book man . . . enjoys relaxation . . . C-5705 Leith Walk, 12. BERNARD H. MILES . General . ST. PAUL'S . Smoky is a lover of music and sports, with a secret urge to play the piano in the George Gershwin manner . . . a wry arm-chair philosopher . . . zealous follower of the cagers . . . 1725 East Lanvale Street, 13, CHARLES I. MORGANTI . Academic . STAR OF THE SEA . Charley sang in the Glee Club and participated in the CSMC for two years . . . Midget gridder . , . bound for Loyola College . . . an old collector . . . that car . . . South Baltimore booster . . ll29 South Hanover Street, 30. "NO MORE GRAY HAIR5"-thought Loyola mentor Ed Harqaden when he learned Iohnny Geppi had finished his scholastic career. RICHARD I. MORGENWECK . General . ALL SAINTS' . Mickey's avocations are collecting stamps and riding horses, but he always manages to take in the ice tilts Friday nights , . , well- traveled tourist . . . "Don't fence me in" . . . 5818 Royal Oak Avenue, 7. LOUIS H. MURPHY . Business-English . ASCENSION . Murph's chief activity was the CSMC . . . likes to analyze other people's thoughts, to munch on candy bars, to operate the office practice machines . . . a friend of Nathaniel Hawthorne . . . 5609 Ash- bourne Road, 27, IAMES P. O'BRIEN . General . ST. PETER'S . Iimmy is a sports expert, junior grade . . . plays sandlot baseball with the West Baltimore A. C .... played one season for the jayvee lacrosse- men . . . still wondering what to do next year . . . 70 South Carrollton Avenue, 23. IOSEPH G. OBRIGKEIT . Academic . ST. MlCHAEL'S, Overlea . Obie spent two years on the Little Gaels' basketball squad and put in a season of jayvee football . . . catcher for the St. Iames' Catholic champs two years ago . . . Route No. 2, Box 38, Trump- mill Road, Raspeburg 6, Md. TIMOTHY I. O'CALLAGHAN . Academic . ST. AMBROSE . Tim's biggest thrill was taking that short stroll down the Lyric aisle . . . knows his German . . . dislikes show-offs . . . quiet and sincere . . . delights in the pages of A. C. Doyle . . . 3520 Virginia Avenue, 15. Azz qw vfmet MM: xml Nad 50 fl Nnaiffzm '7wpfuf ALBERT I. O'KEEI-'E . General . ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST . Al likes to tinker with "electrical stuff" . . . an elocution con- testant as a frosh, he wants to become a full-fledged electrician . . . prom celebrity . . . a jolly admirer of Ieanne Crain . . . 1209 Ensor Street, 2. IAMES E. OLTMAN . General . OUR LADY OF GOOD COUN- SEL . Trips was a hard-hitting tackle for the Gael varsity, played jayvee and six-man football too . . . once a Little Gael cager, he also chucked for the varsity pill pelters as an under- classman . . . 1467 Towson Street, 30. MICHAEL M. PANOWICZ . Academic . HOLY ROSARY . Pan is the wittiest rider of the number 10--by his own admission . . . his favorite author is Anonymous . . . four-year Latin scholar . . . top row in chemistry classroom . . . 2425 Foster Avenue,'24. WALTER I. PASKERT . Academic . ST. KATHERINES . Walt was one of the Baltimore residents . . . a member of Kappa Chi, the band and the Glee Club, he played basketball, lacrosse, six-man football and bowled for the boarders . . . 2310 East Chase Street, 13. IOSEPH A. PETERSAM . Academic . ST. IAMES . Pete came back from two Navy years to nab some topnotch scholastic marks . . . spoke at Armistice Day assembly . . . will be an engineer after a Hopkins course . . . recalls his first frosh report . . . 1605 Darley Avenue, 13. FOR KEEPS-Finally retired bw the Gael qridders wal the Catholic Benevolent Legion trophy. Bob ills and Ioan Tayman admire it at CSMC Christmas Dance. IOSEPH R. PETR . Academic . ST. FRANCIS . Ioe scooted for the varsity lacrosse team . . . he played football, baseball and bas- ketball for Arcadia . . . good-natured and easy-going, his ambi- tion is to travel around the world . . . 2907 Montebello Terrace, 14. NORMAN G. PFANNENSTIEL . Academic . BALTIMORE . Fanny entered from Gwynns Falls as a soph . . . his hobbies are all athletic, swimming, baseball and football . . . seen with McCub- bin . . . avid reader of mystery stories , . . 2009 Penrose Avenue, 23. ROBERT S. PIAZZA . Business-English . ST. MARTlN'S . Mischa played class basketball as a soph . . . an avid spaghetti eater, his philosophy is, "Money is the root of all evil-but I 'love it!" . . . Silanskis is his best buddy at the Mount . . . 604 North Monroe Street, 17. MICHAEL A. POPOLI . Academic . ST. BRIGID'S . Pope is an able exponent of the sax and clarinet . . . tour years in the band and three years in the Crusade . . . Little Gaels hoopster . . . football, track and ice hockey manager . . . 529 South Decker Avenue, 24. IOSEPH A. PRAGER . General . ST. MARTlN'S . Ioe was a mem- ber ol the lacrosse team, Midgets and Mounties . . . another of the "bleachie boys' '... he's the self-proclaimed mayor of Cahill . . . captained his frosh class basketball team . . . 2104 Hollins Street, 23. 0'Keefe Oltman Panowicz Paskert Peterlam Petr Pfannensteil Piazza Popoli Prager x,:w.,f Q W- -1 1.- . se ..5'. .et e - - - , A 5y'.si:.ggg tfu...,gx 355 eh3 5 .5313 ein.-A . V w 3, . .K ,aalmwy , iw -,, 1, . . . lmaegt, km bg , Y.. . ,.:,,M,,,e,:w,f THE BUBBLE BROKE-Hank Coudon and Iim Reeves tie balloons on their dates at the boarder dance in the gym last spring. MARIANO QUINTANA . Academic . SANTIAGO DE CUBA . Nany is a Latin-American with a liking for racing cars . . . a member of Kappa Chi, he played resident baseball and foot- ball . , . heading for the University of Havana and a law career . . . P. O. Box 252, Santiago de Cuba. WILLIAM E. REDMOND . General . ST. CECILIA'S . Reds spent three years on the jayvee ice squad, one year on the varsity . . . rowed for the Gael oarsmen as a junior . . . his favorite food is pheasant, no less . . . crew cut . . . 3327 Alto Road, 16. DONALD H. REEVE . General . ST. BERNARDS . Hathaway tooted a French horn in the Mount band . . . track, cross country and ice hockey manager . . . CSMC standby . . . Won't forget Boston . . . "Holy cow!" . . . serves up sundaes . . . 1608 East Twenty-eighth Street, 18. IAMES A. REEVES . Academic . EVANSVILLE, IND. . Big Iim came out of the West to join the Quill staff and become a star plunger for the Wojcihovski men . . . a hunter who would like to be wealthy and who still smiles at his first touchdown , . . 542 South Kelsey Avenue, Evansville, Ind. THOMAS C. REINECKE . Academic . ST. MARICS . Tom is a quiet, friendly inhabitant of "the Village' '... loyal Crusader . . . Glee Club . . . varsity crewster . . . prexy of St, Mark's Social Club . . . that annual trip to Ocean City . . , 5 Montrose Avenue, 28. Bcufa Will Ee Beryl CLARENCE I. REISLER . General . ST. BERNARD'S . Skip, St. Ioe's best hockey defenseman for several years, was awarded the Tim Mullin Trophy for "most improved player" in '46 . , . also contributed to lacrosse successes . . . 2776 Alameda Boulevard, 18. MICHAEL V. RILEY . Academic . ST. IOI'IN'S . Mike sparked frosh baseball and devoted two years to CSMC . . . passed German . . . easy to please . . . the specials are Tommy Dorsey, "Shantytown," and Ingrid Bergman . . . good-natured . . . 815 Abbott Court, 2. LOUIS D. RITTERMANN . Academic . SS. PHILIP AND IAMES . Egg went out for lacrosse, Cub football, Glee Club, and the Crusade . . . regards tardiness as a virtue, is never too hasty . . . favorite period is lunch . . . "I passed this month" . . . 2402 Maryland Avenue, 18. BERNARD ROLLE . Academic . ST, IAMES' . Benny is one of Brother Bernardus' cafeteria countermen . . . gets his lessons in politics down in the old tenth ward . , , persistent Gael team follower . . . St. lames' Drum Corps . . . 941 East Chase Street, 2. CARLOS R. ROMAGUERA . Academic . MAYAGUEZ, P. R. . Romo was on the resident jayvee basketball team . . . he Cracks the books hard, is still undecided about college . . . entered from the Academy of the Immaculate Conception , . . Box 3151, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Quintana Redmond Reeve Reeves Reinecke Reisler Riley Rittermann Rolle Romaguera Ea! fleiicfwd' fbance al Zful icfe 'ATRICK I. ROWLAND . Business-English . ST. PAUL'S . Reds :layed junior varsity lacrosse for the Mount . . . usually seen vith Lou Murphy . . . goes for history in a big way . . . likes larry Iames-and his wife , . . wants to be "an executive" . . . 628 Holbrook Street, 2. NILLIAM A. RUFF . Academic . LITTLE FLOWER . Bill plays sandlot baseball, soccer and basketball . , . quiet and modest . . companion of Ioe Petr . . . "Aw, Brother' '... likes chemis- ry, but not girls-they make him nervous . . . 2647 Chesterfield Avenue, 13. LEON I. SADOWSKI . General . OUR LADY OE GOOD COUN- SEL , The Warsaw Kid passed up a Loyola scholarship in order o attend St. Ioe . . . elocution contest finalist . . . cavorted for .he Midget gridders . . . orator . . . wears a perennial smile . . 1430 Towson Street, 30. FRANCIS L. SAMBORSKI . Academic . MONASTERY . October was a member of the Gael track team as a frosh . , . sandlot gridder . . . Crusader . . . yearns for a future in the Naval Air Corps . . , likes radio, swimming and Mark Twain . . . 10 South Rosedale Street, 29. IAMES A. SCHAFFER . General . ST. ANN'S . lim got an early start in the business world as he raced home daily to his part- time job of delivering clothes . , . enjoys watching sports in his spare moments . , . likes mechanical drawing . . . 2602 Guilford Avenue, 18. RESIDENT TERPSICHOREANS-Bourders and their belles gather in the gym for one of their dances. GERARD H. SCHLIMM . Academic . ST. ELIZABETHS . Ierry was a 220-lb. tackle for the varsity grid squad . . . unlimited division grappler . . . varsity track and lacrosseman . . . earnest and sincere . . . a real buddy with a good sense of humor . . . 110 North Belnord Avenue, 24. ANTHONY T. SCHNECK . General . SACRED HEART , Buddy flew in the Naval Air Corps . . . despite his 1300 hours flying time, he looks to radio, not cloud hopping, as a career . . , sandlot football, baseball and soccer , . . heading for Mary- land U .... 6724 Railway Avenue, 22. WILLIAM I. SCHOFFIELD . General . ST. ELIZABETI-I'S . Bill ran for both the varsity track team and the cross country squad , . . jayvee football as a junior . . . biggest thrill was winning a race on the track team . , . 515 North Luzerne Avenue, 5. EDWARD F. SCHULTZ . Academic . ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI . Shady is the Arthur Murray of the St. Francis Social Club . . . football, baseball and basketball for Mayfield A. C .,.. dapper, happy-go-lucky . . . enterprising by nature . . . 2406 Kentucky Avenue, 13. PAUL G. SCHUNCKE . Academic . MONASTERY . Abe was a drummer for three years in the school band . . . played attack for the jayvee lacrosse team and defense for the jayvee icers . . . last of the St. Ioe Schunkes . . , 4218 Massachusetts Avenue, 29. Rowland Ruff Sadowski Samborski Schaffer Schlimm Schneck Schoeiiield Schultz Schuncke S i S lBiM4i2iI W' -':SFsJtJ9'i.QUfB.Pw. ' Schwarz Sieck Siegert Silanskis Slacks C. Smith I. Smith M. Smith P. Smith Smyth WILLIAM H. SCHWARZ . Academic . ST. ELIZABETH'S , Bill cmd his pal Steve Krizan were old hands at managing the cage champions . . . erudite . . . intends to study pharmacy . . . takes a definite stand against dungarees . . . chirped for the Glee Club . . . 3009 Mclilderry Street, 24. ARTHUR I. SIECK . General . ST. IEROMEYS . Otts played baseball and basketball in the Mount's freshman league . . . elocution contestant as a frosh . . . avoids jug . . . likes to ride with Wimpy Winterling . . . enjoys hot dogs . . . 1203 West Ostend Street, 30. MILTON E. SIEGERT . General . ANNAPOLIS, MD. . Buddy en- tered from Annapolis High in '45 . . . a member of the Civil Air Patrol, he hopes to make flying his career . . . toots a trumpet . . . Glee Clubber . . . Harry Iames fan . . . 104 McKendree Avenue, Annapolis, Md. ALBERT I. SILANSKIS . Business-English . ST. ALPHONSUS . Babbo saw service with the six-man day hop team . . . as a frosh he played for the Midget grid aggregation . . . frosh basketball . . . haunts Lithuanian Hall . . . l322 Glyndon Avenue, 23. WILLIAM R. SLACKS . Academic . MANHASSET, L. I. . Will outstanding resident student . . . Kappa Chi vice-prexy . . . Student Council . . . leading six-man scorer in '45 . , . Little Gaels basketball . . . varsity baseball manager . . . 15 Sherry Hill Lane, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. CAFETERIA CUSTODIANS-Ono way to get a hot do during the lunch periods wal to know one ot these gent:-the men begind the counter. , t ' JF V Wim' CHARLES W. SMITH . Academic . ASCENSION . Smitty is soft spoken and friendly . . . played jayvee football and was a fancy diver for the swiming team . . . leans toward the medical profession . . . CSMC reliable . . . 1810 Park Avenue, Hale- thorpe, 27. IOHN G. SMITH . General . FOURTEEN HOLY MARTYRS . Buster played halfback for Gales' varsity grid squad . . . varsity basketball and jayvee baseball as junior . . . CSMC . . . wants to be a draftsman . . . thrilled grid crowds with his gallops . . . 422 South Gilmor Street, 23. MELVIN G. SMITH . Business-English . ST. ROSE OF LIMA . Mel clanged the cymbals in the school band for two years . . . Crusader . . . State Guard . . . one of the Brooklyn boys . . . looks to accounting as lifework . . . 3932 Sixth Street, 25. PAUL O. SMITH . Academic . BALTIMORE, MD. . Smitty entered from City in his sophomore year . . . bowls for St. Benedict's team . . . best buddy is George Vaeth . . . looks to the Uni- versity of Maryland, unless Uncle Sam intervenes . . . 2659 Wilkens Avenue, 23. JAMES W. SMYTH . Academic . BLESSED SACRAMENT . Walt was the hardworking vice-prexy of the CSMC . . . member of Saint Thomas More Debating Society, quite an orator . . . spent three years with varsity' tracksters . . . took all-state high hurdle event in '46 and '47 . . . 3724 Eclnor Road, 18. '7Ae flame 7441 R Sobus Sommers Sperlein Stacharowski Storclc Svoboda Sweeney Tewey Thompson Topollki RICHARD C. SOBUS . Academic . ST. PATRICICS . Dick was a dash man for the jayvee cmd varsity track team, and played Midget football . . . plays a saxophone for two local orchestras . . . long and lean . . . 1617 Shakespeare Street, 31. GILBERT I. SOMMERS . General . ASCENSION . Pete played on the front line with the varsity gridders this fall . . . Student Council representative . . . a marvel with motors . . . relishes football, Notre Dame and Maureen Daly . . . 5202 Talbott Place, 27. PHILIP E. SPERLEIN . Academic . ST. IEROME'S . Phil played baseball and basketball as a frosh, likewise with St. Ierome's Social Club . . . pigeon fancier . . . awaited the stroll down the Lyric aisle . . . likes radio . . . 1124 West Hamburg Street, 30. EUGENE I. STACHAROWSKI . General . ST. CLEMENT'S . Stack traveled to school each day from Rosedale . . . baseball and basketball in the Mount's frosh league . . . sandlot gridder and cager . . . Glee Club warbler as a frosh . . . 5906 Hamilton Avenue, 6. IOHN A. STORCK . Academic . LITTLE FLOWER . Iack is serious and studious . . . relaxes on weekends by skating on ice or rollers . . . likes to swim , . . CSMC . . . wants to be a draftsman . . . hits the books . . . 3024 Kentucky Avenue, 13. envwmw... HAROLD C. SVOBODA . General . ST. URSULA'S , Swami saw action as Cub and six-man day hop gridder . . . one of the Parkville crowd . . . enjoys Vaughn Monroe's tunes . . . works as a butcher now, but hopes for better things-namely drafting . . . 3017 Oak Forest Drive, 14. GERALD F. SWEENEY . Academic . WASHINGTON, D. C. . Ierry was a gridder on the Midget, jayvee and resident six- man teams . . . two years of resident basketball . . . Kappa Chi . . . Capital socialite . . . rarely smiles . . . 1355 Park Road, N. W., Washington, D, C. IAMES L. TEWEY . Academic . OUR LADY OF GOOD COUN- SEL . Bud had a difficult time with ill health, but he was an earnest student when he was present . . . R. A. and library staff as a frosh . . . has yearning to be a pharmacist . . . 1521 East Fort Avenue, 30. MARTIN I. THOMPSON . Academic . ST. CHARLES . Freckled- complected Marty is a smooth one on the dance floor . . . bowled on "B" team as a senior . . . philatelist . . . dark suits . . . Pikesville gift to home room 4C . . . "Cheese and crackers" . . . 3315 Shelburne Road, 8. GILBERT A. TOPOLSKI . General . ST. KATHERINE . Gil spent two seasons on the Cubs . . . Mounties as soph . . . collects school pennants . . . played on sandlot All-Star Team . . . blond hair and a quiet smile . . . "Bunny" . . . 1431 North Ellwood Avenue, 13. . . . O BEAUTIFUL MOTHER-George Laupp and Bill Gill show the May altar they built themselves to Mrs. Catherine Gill. b 5 w'?""' 'TTI ALUMNI AWARDS--Bob Morheiser presents Alumni Seal Awards to Ioe Dukert and Bill Beck. ROBERT H. TRIMBLE . Academic . ST. PAUL'S . Bob enjoys playing sandlot baseball . . . also likes tennis and golf occa- sionally . , . handsome . . . Ioe Petr's buddy . , . his ambition is to become an engineer . . . diligent . . . 1819 North Wolfe Street, 13. WILLIAM I. TURNER . Academic . ALL SAINTS' . Bunsen's big- gest thrill was making bromine for chem . . . Little Gael basket- ball . . . spent seasons with the Mounties and jayvee . . . CSMC . . . "Too much homework, Brother" . . . 4209 Liberty Heights Avenue, 7. CHARLES R. TYLER . Academic . ST. BERNARDINEYS . Charley is an ex-serviceman who has come back to hit the books . . . has a particular liking for aeronautics and chemistry . . . passes extra time bike riding and as a soda clerk . . . 765 Linnard Street, 29. HOWARD W. UHL . Academic . ST, EL1ZABETH'S . Harry was a member of the class cage champs as a frosh . . . sculling crew . . . journeys to Ocean City during the summer . . .. col- lects maps . . . social club frequenter . . . 604 North Potomac Street, 5. GEORGE B. VAETH . Academic . MONASTERY . Yosh wants to be a research chemist . . . Glee Club . . . CSMC . . . sailing and swimming are his favorite sports . . . part-time banker . . . likes Ham Fisher . , . lunch at home . . . 344 Marydell Road, 29. 7fzaZi 7fre Eeqinninq af Me me THOMAS F. VALLEE . Academic . LEXINGTON PARK, MD. . Tom is quite the cartoonist . . . Kappa Chi . . . now a plebe at the Naval Academy . , . "Ah yes, graduation' '... model builder and quite the science student . . . 42 Coral Place, Lexington Park, N.A,S., Patuxent River, Md. ANTONIO I. VASQUEZ . Academic . HAVANA, CUBA . Pinto has yen for yachting . . . studious member of Kappa Chi and CSMC . . . viewed snow for the first time at the Mount . . . looks forward to a business career . . . 118 South Lazaro Street, Havana, Cuba. IOHN B. WACHTER . Business-English . SACRED HEART . Deep- voiced smiling I.B. was a crackerjack student who frequently snared first honors . . . a clever pitchman, he made the second All-Maryland soccer team . . . as 1947 MOUNT TOWER editor, he lived in the yearbook office . . . 3407 Foster Avenue, 24. PAUL T. WAGNER . Academic . ST. EDWARDS . Pablo is one of the Walbrook boys . . , cafeteria helper . . . Mount booster . , . ping-pong player in spare time . . . Naval Air Corps aspirant . . . Li'l Abner fan . . , historian . . . 3112 Normount Avenue, 16. BERNARD L. WAMHOFP . Business-English . Whamy, a four- year member of the play cast, made quite a hit as "Lulu Pong," a Hawaiian dancing girl, in his freshman year . . . CSMC member . , . capable commercial student . . . always seen with the Conner twins , . . 1835 Aisquith Street, 2. Trimble Turner Tyler Uhl Vaeth Vallee Vasquez Wachter Wagner Wamhoff 1, -r f - . --.-1-U--.--sw V 1. l -f 1. . ...sm - Wanex Ward Weetenkamp Weidner Weiss Wells Winterling Wilgar Williamson Wise 'RANK I. WANEX . Academic . ST. MARY'S, Annapolis . Franks 'reat ambition is to inherit a fortune , . . commutes from Irabtown daily . . . good features and blond, wavy hair add ip to the true meaning of handsome . . . Bugs Baer . . . 119 Burnside Street, Eastport, Md. CHN K. WARD . General . MONASTERY . lack was a varsity inksman for two years . . . Cub football as frosh . . . wrestling . . Monastery Social Club . . . poems get him down . . . looks orward to graduation in Iune . . . 4720 Amberley Avenue, 29. IARRY L. WEETENKAMP . Business-English . ST. BERNARD- NE'S . Wheaty spent two seasons with the jayvee gridders and L single year with the varsity and six-man teams . . , roamed he outer pasture for the varsity baseball nine . . . St. Bernard- ne's Social Club . . . 3911 Cranston Avenue, 29. IARRY B. WEIDNER . Academic . ST. ELlZABETH'S . Harry is if the serious type . . . brown, wavy hair and blue eyes . . . ayvee football . . . sincere and sober mien . . . draftsman . . . ikes dancing, bowling, and football . . . 2606 lefferson Street, 5, IOBERT P. WEISS . Academic . ST. DOMlNIC'S . Bob is quite liminutive, but a good athlete . . . two years on the varsity vrestling team . . . coxswain of the eight-oared shell . . . ayvee lacrosse and ice hockey . . . wavy hair . . . 5225 Har- ord Road, 14. own Jfallawec! Walk ZUJI! fVe'm qdfufell IAMES W. WELLS . General . ST. CHARLES' . Hose is the shortest Mount senior, fiveefeet-seven . . . Pikesville Athletic Club Councillor . . . elocution contest . . . frosh softball . . . "No, I'm not a freshman' ',,. tennis squad manager . 18 Randall Avenue, 8. IOHN F. WINTERLING . Academic . SACRED HEART , Large lack worked his way through school as a part-time executive of Reads drug stores, presiding over the clestinies of cigar and photo counters . . . you can't help but like him , . . 2309 Eastern Avenue, 24. HARRY M. WILGAR . General . ST. MARTIN'S . Will spent a season with the six-man gridders . . . played jayvee basketball as a sophomore . . . crew member . . . amateur photographer . . . biggest thrill was becoming a senior . . . 22 S. Mt. Olivet Lane, 29. WILLIAM G. WILLIAMSON. IR. . Academic . ST. AGNES' . Bill aspires to study civil engineering at Iohns Hopkins . . . reliable CSMC member . . .tinkers with mechanical works . . . radio . . . varsity swimming team . . . Crosby records . . . 5115 Franklintown Road, 7. IAMES H. WISE . General . ST. BENEDICT . Iimmy says his chief contribution was staying out of trouble, namely jug . . . seen at all the football games, Iim has a fanatical pride in his broken-down Olds . . . Cheery personality . . . 2671 Wilkens Avenue, 23. AULD LANG SYNE-Brother Guy reminisces with Freddy Brandt, Ioc Cleary. Bill Slacks and Iacques Bernier at the boarders' Farewell Dance. 14 fd. Gone Wittstadt Woelfel Wolf Worrell Yannuzzi Zborowski MARTIN I. WITTSTADT . SACRED HEART . Mart's interests are predominantly in the fairer sex, though sandlot baseball and basketball rate a close second . . . a boy who likes math . . . member ol Sacred Heart's Drum Corps . . . 3607 Fait Avenue, 24. GEORGE B. WOELFEI. . Academic . ST. MARY'S, Annapolis . Bucky captained Brother Guy's All-Stars in football . . . Kappa Chi member . . . likes to shoot pool every day and pass every year . . . a boarder, his favorite breakfast is corn flakes . . . Annapolis, Md. ROBERT I. WOLF . General . ST. RlTA'S . Bob covered the gridiron as a Cub in his first year . . . leans to mechanical drawing and English, interspersed with fried chicken and hockey spectating . . . feels effects of riding the 26 . . . 46 Admiral Blvd., 22. CHARLES KUTCHER I930-l9ll7 CARVILL F. WORREL . Academic . SACRED HEART, Mt. Wash- ington . Carv dived into swimming, lacrosse, and cross country . . . amateur horticulturist, hopes to own a tree nursery . . . everybody's his buddy . . . 2407 Steele Road. WILLIAM A. YANNUZZI . Academic . ST. IOSEPH'S . Bill is a favorite at the piano, and plays with the R. A. orchestra and the Ambassadors . . . debater . . . prominent in many Mount activities . . . thrills at playing for Horowicz . . . 2353 Washing- ton Boulevard, 30. MICHAEL I. ZBOROWSKI . Academic . ST. PATRlCK'S . Wheel was quite a soccer stalward for jayvee and varsity . . . Gael basketball . . . follower of Glen Miller . . . favors radio and Mark Twain . . . "Pay me, Fitz" . . . 2236 Fleet Street, 31. But in another sense, he is still with us. Little did we know, as we saw Charley Kutcher enjoying himself at the prom, that Easter Monday would find him dead of a brain tumor. Less than a Week after completing the annual students' retreat and attending Holy Week services at his parish church, Shrine of the Little Flower, quiet, well-liked Charley was called to his Maker. In the requiem sermon, Father Larkin noted that on Graduation Night, his empty chair would preach a silent parable, and by his very absence, he would be valedictorian of his class. May he rest in peacel Gpen Jfaude H0l'Slf1Wll4'lfZ'S lllfl- lllGH'l' - .lark Sclnv:u'!z shows thc- lllllgillllll' rack lu- lllllill' himsvlf to John l'ollvrzul, .lon- niv f'0lllllll0l' :xml Uluu-Ivy Hipplvr. 'l'hv 500110 took plnvv at the annual Ups-n House in May. MICN ANI! MUIAIC- l'l'l.l+lS 1 llill Fol- lins and Al Yuvisx ll0lll0llSfl'lll1' tho lirvprooliugg of in- sulating mats-riul to Mr. Mohlvr of tlu' lfsltllc-l's' Fluh und his son. 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Lawrence Schatz, President James Clark, First Vice President Joseph W. Latchford, Second Vice President Joseph W. Broening, Jr., Chairman Executive Committee Frederick G. Rausch, Recording Secretary Rev. Brother Carlos, C. F. X., Corresponding Secretary Rev. Brother John Chrysostom, C, F. D581 X., Treasurer Aurora mmm i A Bright New Day When YOUR SON wzdmier LL eyes of the family will be centered on HIM. I-Ie will be admired by Mother, Father, little brother, sister, Grandma, Grandpa, Uncles, Aunts, other relatives and friends . . . each proud mother and father will say "That's my boy!" You'll think he's learned a lot - and he has, otherwise he would not be graduating. But there's one lesson he should have learned which can best be taught at home. It's the lesson of thrift. A good way to start is to give him an "Extra Curricular" gift now! An Aurora Federal Insured Savings Account. Then teach him to add to it regularly It will be a bright new day for him and a bright new day in his future to know he has a savings account he can depend on. Dividends of never less than ZVZQP have been paid continuously for over half a century. Savings QQ Loan Association 5 West Saratoga Street Member of THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM ST. BERNARD'S Insurance Appraisals WALTER J. DEWEES Real Estate 4701 YORK ROAD Baltimore 12, Md. ' Otlice Phone HOpkins 0559 - Home Phone TUxedO 5879 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Phones: WOlfe 3234-3235 J. F. Knauss, Prop. BROADWAY FLORISTS CHOICE CUT FLOWERS, FUNERAL DESIGNS AND WEDDING BOUQUETS Member of Florin Telegraph Delivery 231 S. Broadway Baltimore 31, Md. SIEGEUS BALTIMORES LARGEST CUT-RATE HOME DELIVERY SERVICE 3038 Baker Street LAfayette 0820 A U G U S T A BUILDING 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION 4001 Frederick Avenue fCorner Loudon Avenuej MORTGAGE LOANS MADE on DIRECT REDUCTION PLAN Interest charges become SMALLER and Principal Credits become LARGER with each payment VETERANS' applications for MORTGAGES under the new "G, I. Bill" given prompt attention WE INVITE YOU TO OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT WITH US Accounts insured up to 35,000-each by an instrumentality of the U. S. Government Open Daily Gilmor 8290 COMPLIMENTS OF MEUSHAW'S RESTAURANT Seafood in Season Steaks and Chops ANDREW MARSIGLIA Dealer in FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Farley Fruit Baskets Made 10 Order COMPLIMENTS OF FRANK MALANOWSKI COMPLIMENTS OF Horse Radish 84 Cocoanut a Specialty Stall 572 8: 747 Lexington Market SOCIAL CLUB Residence 352 Gwynn Ave. Res. Phone Vernon 2373 Telephone, BEImont 5912 Phone, Broadway 9798 ROBERT L- WALSH JOHN SIMON sr SONS - Glazing Contractor - . . . Florists . . . Sf7?f'l4llAflJ lil Cdfeflffllf S67-fb Glazing Funeral De,rig11.i' and Wedding Bouqnetr 806 Belgian Avenue Baltimore 18, Md. 1718 Eastern Ave. Baltimore 31, Md 1:1601 TO YOUNG MEN OF ls 1947 high school graduates. you are members of one of the nation's most important single groups. What you and 500,000 other seniors from all over the country do after graduation will decide whether or not your nation can keep its Army up to strength through volunteer enlistments alone. You are free to make your own choice after graduation. You will not be subject to call by the Draft-a status high school graduates have not had since 1940. Your freedom-and the nation's-carries responsibility with it. Keeping the peace is a big job. Your Army must stay up to strength if it is to carry out its commitments. For this vital work, it needs men like you. -The Regular Army gives you more than a chance to take a personal part in keeping your nation safe. Few organizations offer a young man liner advantages. Pay is higher than ever before. World travel, valuable training in many skills and trades, and an excellent opportunity to qualify for Officer Candidate School make the Army a valu- able step toward any future career. Ask your near- est U. S. Army Recruiting Station for full details. YOUR REGULAR ARMY SERYIS THE NATION AND MANKIND IN WAR AND PEACE ui V-M rr IT ILL U. S. Army Recruiting, Post Office Building Baltimore, Maryland l- DANIEL A. FORD, Jr. INSURANCE 19-21 South Street Baltimore 2, Md. PLaza 1335 OFFICIAL OUTFITTERS TO MT. ST. IOSEPH'S SCHOOL NATIONAL SPORTING GOODS CO., INCORPORATED "Everything for rportf' Calvert 0284 310 E. Baltimore St. HAMILTON 5651 F. I. Bowen Plumbing - Heating 4414 FURLEY AVENUE A. BALTIMORE, MD. l lil - . D621 The Store which has Served the Mount for More than 30 Years F. C. LEIDIG'S Arundel Agency 4107 FREDERICK AVENUE Tobacro, Confectionery, Ice Cream, Srbool Supplier, Magazinef, Sodar, Suzzdaer Gilmor 3780 Give a Gift with a School or Lodge Seal The John Trockenbrot Co. -Derigfzerr of- SCHOOL, COLLEGE, CLUB, LODGE RINGS AND PINS For all Zora! Scbooly and Collegei' BANQUET FAVORS, TROPHIES 310 North Paca Street MT. ST. JOE RINGS AND PINS Open Thursday Evenings Vernon 1052 GEORGE T. EVANS EDWARD T. EVANS 64404 4unmalJlame. . 118 W. MT. ROYAL AVE. MU lberry 4226 MU lberry 4227 CHARLES F. EVANS JAMES S. EVANS For truly fine candy COMPLIMENTS OF McArdIe gl Walsh Inc ' ' 2316 N. CHARLES ST. Baltimore 18, Md. Plumbing X: Heating Supplies A U'7dl'6l70ll.l'6.1' af Conveniently Located In Baltimore D633 MARYLAND AVE. 8: HILLEN ROAD Towson, Maryland Phone Ofiice: BElmont 0857-58-59 Warehouse: Towson 2670 Bill Hahn Bob Hahn CARROLL A. READ HARDWARE 6? "S It 706111 alumna" PAINTS GER HAI-IN 6- HAI-IN KEYS MADE CYLINDERS TESTED 324 W. SARATOGA ST. BALTO. - 1, MD. 4102-4 Frederick Avenue PHONE MUL. 1949 Phone Orderzr Delivered M. F. Hahn Dr. A. G. Hahn Jlawaful f ' ICE CREAM SHOPPES and RESTAURANTS 5900 Reisterstown Road Broadway 0504 5801 Pulaski Highway Edmondson 0198 Washington Boulevard Si Caton Avenue Liberty 8000 H643 THE ARUNDEL CORPORATION Dredging - Construction - Engineering - and - Distributor of Sand - Gravel - Stone - and - Commercial Slug ARUNDEL-BROOKS CONCRETE CORPORATION PRE-MIXED CONCRETE Certified Quality from Graded Materials Office and Plant 921 SOUTH WOLFE STREET Baltimore 31, Maryland Wolfe 8200 1:1651 M. J. FREDERICK 81 BRO. 317 PARK AVENUE HEATING - PLUMBING - ROOFING SINCE 1855 H. A. FREDERICK MULBERRY 2397 J. M. FREDERICK THE WEETENKAMPS ECKHARDT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY Frederick Avenue and Marydell Road Apothecary to MT. ST. jOSEPH'S COLLEGE Whose Conhdence We Appreciate HUTZLER BFQTHEIE Ci COLWILL CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. Contractors 21 14 Maryland Avenue UNiversity oo26 STATUARY CEMETERY WORK GILMOR 4135 WILLIAM R. EBERLING G rarzile MONUMENTS Marble 4203 OLD FREDERICK ROAD Baltimore 29, Md. 1:1661 THE ELECTRONICS CO. 502 E. North Ave. - Baltimore 2, Md. Telephone, HOPKINS 0100 RADIOS - APPLIANCES - HEARING AIDS INTERCOMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS Repreyented by Duffy III Class '40 COMPLIMENTS OF J. V. Murphy THE ESSKAY MAN A Real Tarte Treat F rostie OLD FASHION Root Beer Large Frortie Bottle COMPLIMENTS OF FRANK B. SPICKER Walter's Stag Bar Sz Restaurant "IVIJere Old Friendr Meet Beer 32.25 Food At Its Best Hot Mcls-Noon To Nine 2522-24 Fait Ave. Wo. 10122 Walter L. Gmurek, Prop. COMPLIMENTS OF FRANK A. EFF Exmmtirzg and Wrefking 2207 Clifton Ave. Vernon 2007-j HA. 4683 HARRY E, QTTEY HA. sooo Real Estate Armriated With + CASTLE REALTY CO. 5518 Belair Rd. Baltimore 6, Md. 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Leo 0'Connor Mr. Q Mrs. Albert W. 0'Nelll Mr. 8 Mrs. R. G. 0'Nelll J. P. Pfeltfer k Son, Inc. Samuel A. Phelps, Jr. D671 Mr. James Sweeney Mlss M. Sweeney Mr. Thomas Sweeney Mr. 8 Mrs. Joseph Sncmech Mrs. Anna F. Taylor John A. Teano Mrs. Mary A. Thompson Mr. Thomas A. Thompson Mr. .Q Mrs. Frank Turklewlcm Mr. k Mrs. John J. Vaeth. Sr. Dr. Howard Van Natta Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Viter Mlss Catherine Vogel Mrs. Cecella Weldner Mr. 8 Mrs. E. VYeidner Mr. 8 Mrs. George Vlfeldner Mr. Harry Weldner Mr. dc Mrs. Paul R. VV:-Iss Chrlstlne L. VVells Mr. The K Mrs. Walter I. vVells lvilllams Family Dr. dc Mrs. W. Earle Vvlngood Mr. Joseph Wlse Mrs. Catherine Vvlsnlewskl Mr. Frank lVlsnlewskl Mlss Martha Wlsnlewskl Mlss Margaret Zlolkowskl J CHARLES S. ZEILER Funeral Home Not Affiliated With Any Other Firm 3605 Fait Avenue near Conkling St. BROADWAY 3588 For 4 day'J outing vixit BREEZY POINT on the bay Directions--Eastern Avenue to josenhans, turn right to Holly Neck Road and follow signs to Breezy Point Swimming Dancing Bathing J. F. GARVEY Wholexale PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES 3204 Frederick Ave. Gilmor 2222 CONGRATULATIONS Mayer's Department Store 1105-1115 Light Street COMPLIMENTS OF LE COMPTE DINER Arbutus CAtonsville 2285 HELEN M. LACY LACY'S BEAUTY SHOP Edmondson Ave. at Catonsville Junction F. R. DIEHLMANN SAWDUST COMPANY 1 Dutton Court Catonsville, Md. Catonsville 1578 D681 Clopper Tree Care . . . Prompt and Efficient Service in the Care and Maintena c of Shade, Fruit and Evergreen Trees H. STEVENSON CLOPPER XC SON 2831 RIDGEWOOD AVENUE LIBERTY 6081 Since 1912 Member National Arborifu Affociation COMPLIMENTS OF ROBERT M. McCAFFREY STYLEPLUS CLOTHES SOLD RIGHT AT THE FACTORY AT GENUINE FACTORY PRICES Save the Middleman's Profit and Expenses SUITS AND TOPCOATS 3525.75 to 332.50 STYLEPLUS FACTORY 17-19 Hopkins Place GOOD LUCK, SENIORS WILDWOOD A. A. STEVE'S CLOTHES 2207-09 Eastern Ave. LINGARD F. KLEIN FULLERTON, MARYLAND Phone Blvd. 335 G-A Store Purina and Fu!-0-Pep Feeds We Deliver Wolfe 8511 FLECKENSTEIN'S "Where Old Friend! Meet" ANDY OLERT 1219 E. Chase Street Baltimore, Md. FAIRWAY REALTY CO. We Specialize in WEST BALTIMORE AND SUBURBAN PROPERTIES Good Buys in Home Property IF YOU WANT TO SELL IT! IF YOU WANT T0 BUY IT! Call Gllmor 1738 1300 WALNUT AVENUE PATTERSON PARK PHARMACY B. C. MALANOWSKI, PH. G. 2245 Eastern Ave. at Patterson Park Ave. Phone BRoadway 9217 BALTIMORE, MD. MR. J. D. Mc MAHON JOSEPH BITZELBERGER'S TAVERN 1 S. Curley St. Wo. 3081 I 1691 WALTER KUCHTA 274 S. HIGHLAND AVE. Baltimore 24, Maryland A Meatr and Grorerier Wolfe 2692 Phone Wolfe 1928 SCHAEFER AND STROHMINGER KAISER AND FRAZER MOTOR CARS Fleet and Eaton Streets MICHAEL J. SCHAEFER BALTIMORE 24, Mn COMPLIMENTS OF WILLIAM G. WILLIAMSON C. W . BEMON Esso Dealer 406 South Patterson Park Avenue DAVID LANG Groceries 1601 N. Dallas St. COMPLIMENTS OF HENRY F. BROWN 81 SONS STEMLER'S ESSO STATION Wilkens 49 Leeds Avenues EDDIE'S MEAT MARKET 1109 S. CHARLES Quality Beef - Veal - lamb Phone Saratoga 0026 FOX'S MEAT MARKET, INC. FAYETTE STREET AT PINE Baltimore, Maryland AL PALCHER'S CAFE 8: RESTAURANT 901 South Clinton St. Baltimore 24, Md. THE MfK KUTZ GROCERY STORE Higher! Quality Meals - Grocerief Peler Kulz, Prop. Phone: B 140 S. ANN ST. - COR. PRATT ST. COMPLIMENTS OF ST. WENCESLAUS SOCIAL CLUB HART 81 CLARK TRANSFER rl 9423 1625 Ridgely St. Lexington 1757 JAMES L. FINNERAN COMPLIMENTS OF DAVIS GROCERY 3713 Elm Ave. BUTTA BROS. Wholesale Fruit and Produce 3725 E. Baltimore St. COMPLIMEN TS OF A FRIEND HENRY"S TAVERN Choice Beer - Winer - Liquor! 2677 FREDERICK AVE.' Stag Bar HENRY L. LINDER, Prop. f17oJ COMPLIMENTS OF THE CANTON LUMBER CO. JOSEPH E. RIES 1852 W. MULBERRY ST. Tavern and Dining Room Seafood in .feaforz Gil. 1794 Visit y C U G L E r s Home-.rlyle Rertazzrant For your Sunday Dinner Famous for fried chicken ELLICOTT CITY, MD. CARROLL COUNCIL NO. 1976 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Phone: Sparrows Pt. 546 ACME FILLING STATION far. M. Barry, Prop. 7115 NORTH POINT ROAD Sparrows Pt. COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES J. MAENNER Govans Cafe 5305 YORK ROAD Baltimore, Maryland BEN FRANLIN STORE J. Abell Longmore, Prop. LEONARDTOWN, MARYLAND Established 1920 Broadway 7935 Lipman's Jewelry 81 Optical Store Elertrical A pplianres Radios, Watch 8: Jewelry Repairing 3235 E. BALTIMORE ST. BROKEN LENSES DUPMCATED BALTIMORE 24, Mn. DOL-AD-DAN IMPROVEMENT CO. General Home Repair! 3302 BATAVIA AVE. Phone: HAmilton 7061 MAX C. COHEN Qogmma HOBBY CENTER, INC. "Everything for the Hobbyisf' 330 Park Avenue ' 1:1711 R J. C. ROBINSON CO. Fine Canned Goody 211 E. PLEASANT ST. Baltimore 2, Md. GILMOR 5545 BEECHFIELD HOME BAKERY 4724 FREDERICK AVENUE We Carry A Complete Line of BREAD - ROLLS - PIES - CAKES - PASTRIES S Z Y M A N S K I ' S "Old Man's Corner" 632 S. Bond St. Baltimore, Md. MICHAEL J. GASIOR Groceries 8: Meats 941 S. Kenwood Ave. Baltimore, Md. COMPLIMENTS OF HANZA,S POULTRY FARM Route 13 - Box 199 - Zone 21 COMPLIMENTS OF ANDREW PESSARO Sinclair H-C Gasoline Br. 9698 "The Spot Where The Neighborhood MeetJ" KING'S SERVICE STATION Lubrication, Battery Recharge, Car Wfafhing, F R E D , S C A F E "Choice Beer and Light lVine5" 340 STINSON ST. Tiref and Tuhef slag Bar 100 S. BROADWAY BALTIMORE, MD. GH.. 2449 FREDERICK BAIER WELSH,S FOOD MARKET Choice Meatf, Grorerier and Prozfifions CLASS 4D 1031 HOLLINS STREET ALL LOYAL Calvert 4836 ST. JOE MEN COMPLIMENTS OF MR. 8 MRS. J. L. LYNCH ADAM 1. GMUREK Plumbing 230 South Patterson Park Avenue Wolfe 1647 COMPLIMENTS OF D O R A ' S To Class o f '47 DORA'S BABY SHOP 4111 Frederick Ave. Gilmor 3463 11121 LITTLE CHARLIE CASSINISPS Poolroom and Luncheonette 516 W. BALTIMORE STREET BALTIMORE 1, MARYLAND PAUL A. HEEMANN Funeral Director and Embalmer 6067 HARFORD ROAD Clifton 3768 SEARS ROEBUCK 8: CO. 1400 E. NORTH AVENUE BALTIMORE, MD. OSCAR'S Cleaning - Dyeing - Hat Cleaning Expert Tailors 1441 CENTRAL AVE. BALTIMORE 2, MD. CLIFTON 0405 CLIETON REAL ESTATE COMPANY 4905 EELAIR RAOD BALTIMORE 6, Mn. JOHN H. BAUER V. W. MCPHERSON HARRY H. PHELAN BRICKLAYER CONTRACTOR 1063 ELLICOTT DRIVEWAY Balto. 16, Md. Mad. 6368 ANNEX LAUNDRY 126 N. CLINTON STREET A Service For Every Housewife WO. 6130 Tbouxandf of Happy Homex In Maryland Have been Furnished Comforlably, Beautifully and at Low Coil by FOUR BESCHE BROS. Elertrir Refrigerator! and Wafhers 1041 LIGHT ST. COMPLIMENTS 0F SERVICE DENTAL LABORATORY COMPLIMENTS 0F HAMMERSLA'S QUALITY MARKET A. Hammerfla, Prop. 4726 FREDERICK AVENUE COMPLIMEN TS OF WILLIE'S MEAT MARKET 718 SOUTH EATON STREET Phone WOlfe 6171 Phone BRoadway 8794 Ladies Dining Room P H I L , S Colonial - Bar Choice Wine: - Liquor! - Beer and Cigarr 3326 O'DONNELL STREET Cor. HIGHLAND AVENUE Potted Plants Telephone Cut Flowers Wolfe 4059 S . P E R Z Y N S K I Florist Wedding Bouquets and Funeral Designs 1742 EASTERN AVE. BALTIMORE, MD. Near Ann Street BERLIN'S FOOD MARKET Quality Mean and Fancy Grocerief Gilmor 4348 1900 W. Saratoga St. We Deliver Any Order G. A. G. A. CHAS. W. MOYERS Pbarmacift 4700 Frederick Ave. Baltimore, Md. C. E. GRIFFITH Beer - Wine - Liquor: OPEN SUNDAYS 3631 HICKORY AVE. Phone Ches. 8825 BALTIMORE, Mo. COMPLIMENTS OF REINHARD'S BAKERY 4115 FREDERICK AVENUE Baltimore, Md. W . C I E P I E L A FIRST CLASS TAILOR 400 S. WASHINGTON ST., Con. BANK CLEANING REPAIRING SUITS MADE PRESSING REMODELING TO ORDER WILBUR J. WILLIAMS, TILE 4029 CRANSTON AVE. Baltimore 29, Md. Phone: GI. 7571 Tile and Marble Work Feed, Ferlilizerx and Poultry Supplies C. PAUL MAENNER "Baby Cbirlaf' 5721 YORK ROAD BALTIMORE-24, MARYLAND HOPKINS zoss BALTIMORE-12-MD. H751 COMPLIMENTS OF CUSHNER'S MEN SHOP 2Il8'212O W. Pratt St. For Sludy and Sport: You Need Clear Virion Have Your Eyef Examined By F. W. McALLISTER CO. 110 WEST FAYETTE STREET MEYER and THALHEIMER STATIONERS and PRINTERS 10-12 North Howard Street Baltimore, Md. The Simple, Quiet Harmony of Ruck's Service Makes It "The Perfect Tribute" Leonard F. Ruck Eugene A. Ruck LEONARD J. RUCK DIRECTOR OF FUNERALS Hamilton 15 1 7 5 305 Harford Road RESIDENCE, 4509 FREDERICK AVE. PHONE: GI lmor 56111 E. B. HARRIS 81 SONS SEA FOOD 619-621 LEXINGTON MARKET PHONE: SA ratoga 1396 296-297 HOLLINS MARKET PHONE: PL aza 7369 PHONE, LE xington 2153 E U G E N E P R E I S Quality Meal, Provifionr, Canned Foodr MEAT PRODUCT MANUFACTURER - - Wffzolexale - - 1009-11 S. Charles St. Baltimore 30, Md. Lex. 2114 Oil Burners WM. A. IMBACH 81 SON PLUMBING, HEATING AND ROOFING N. E. Cor. Penna. Ave. and Hoffman St. BALTIMORE, MD. IRVINGTON THEATRE For The Best In Movies 1:1741 COMPLIMENTS OF F. H. KAMINSKI BR. 9290 WO. 4993-W PI-IARMACIST COR. EAST AVE. AND O'DONNELL ST. BALTIMORE, MD. STERLING ENGRAVING COMPANY, Inc. LINE CUTS - HALF TONES and COLOR WORK 414 WATER STREET Baltimore, Md. CALL GILMOR 4086 JARBOE BROS. Storage Warelaourer MOVING PACKING RUG CLEANING Agent Allied Van Liner -- Long Dirtance Moving 3932-34 FREDERICK AVENUE Phone Gilmor 3648 NORMAN T. OWENS PLUMBING - HEATING - TINNING 2447 Lauretta Ave. Baltimore Md. Phone Mulberry I 171 JOHN T. WILLS - 635-637 N. HOWARD STREET Near Monument Street THE PLACE TO BUY X-RAY AND PHOTO MATERIAL CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '47 S T E W A R T 81 C O . AUGUST E. KRAUSE DORIS s. KRAUSE TELEPHONE SOUTH 0641 FRED. A. KRAUSE 8: SON ESI. 1863 FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1216 S. CHARLES ST. BALTIMORE, MD. Compliments of CHAMPION BRICK COMPANY Manufacturers of ROSEDALE COLONIAL FACE BRICK 7600 Philadelphia Road Baltimore 6, Maryland "GAam1aion 01 7f1em ,411 " CATHULIC DEPARTMENT DF VISUAL EDUUATIUN ailmai, inc. The Catholic Department of Visual Education is dedicated to: Cooperation with schools and colleges in training of Catholic youth to rationalize and test moral issues and philosophies as expounded in motion pictures. Assistance to teachers and directors of Catholic ogranizations in the establishment of motion picture programs correlated with study courses or for entertainment purposes. Scheduling of recommended feature length films for exhibition to Catholic audiences including a careful check of all titles with Nation Legion of Decency ratings. THE ARCHER LAUNDRY CO Laundry Services Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning Storage VErnon 7600 HAMILTON 1633 Established 1922 I. HENRY CARSTENS 81 CO., INC. 5700 Fair Oaks Avenue - 14, Baltimore Md. 9 Member of PAINTING AND DECORATING CONTRACTORS OF AMERICA H751 PLAZA 7431-2 JOHN J. SCHWENKE Imurance Notary Public 640 Equitable Building COMPLIMENTS OF MANLEY ATHLETIC CLUB UIIIUEIISIIE UIIBIIITIIIIUIIE SCHOOL OF LAW 3-YEAR EVENING Program leading to the LL.B degree, qualifies for Ihe Maryland State Bar Examinations. PRE-LAW 2-YEAR DA or EVENING Program qualifies for Law School. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. INDUSTRY. AND MANAGEMENT 4-YEAR DAY and 6-YEAR EVENING Programs leading to the B.S. degree in Accounting, Business Management, Flnance, Industrlal Management, Marketing, and Trans- JUNIOR COLLEGE 2-YEAR DAY and 3-YEAR EVENING Programs In Liberal Arts and 2-YEAR DAY Medical Secretarial Program, leading to the A.A. porfation. Write or Call for New looklet I47 N. HOWARD STREET BALTIMORE I. MARYLAND BIGGS 81 KIRCHNER, Inc. Electrical Engineers and Contractors 713 Sixth Street, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Metropolitan 1267-68-69 PATAPSCO PHARMACY PHONE: ELLICOTT CITY 250 ELLICOTT CITY, MD. "The Prexcriptiorz Store" Phone, Broadway 6600 HOME LAUNDRY CO. Phone Broadway 6180 M. BUDACZ 81 SONS FURNITURE STORE MODERN FURNITURE, STANDARD MAKE RADIOS WASHING MACHINES, REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC APPLIANCES, STOVES AND RANGES 1744 Eastern Ave. Baltimore, Md. JOHN S. PETERS TAVERN 500 N. Pulaski St. Gilmor 7896 Seqfood In Season D. CALLAHAN'S SONS SEA FOOD Lexington Market Hollins Market Plaza 2510-2511 MOORE 8: CO., INC. Book Binders 113 South Street Plaza 1859 COMPLIMENTS OF MR. 8: MRS. WILLIAM FRAZIER Hours: 6 a. m. to 2 a. m. A L Sz E D ' S RESTAURANT 8: TAVERN Lafmdererf - Dry Cleanerr Sandwich! 0, All Kmdr Philadelphia Road and Erdman Avenue BEER - W1NE5 . LIQUORS BALTIMORE, MD. 1919 FLEET STREET BALTIMORE, MD. H761 Need a HOME LOAN? E"'H'2I'2'd We are specialists in home- financing - to buy or build a home, or to refinance. Why not let us work out a home loan to fit your needs and i.l1'0lllI'? GI Imor 3484 FAIRVIEW FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION 2013-2015 FREDERICK AVENUE Open Daily - Also Monday Nights Phone John I-I. Lawrence Co. ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS Baltimore, Md. 416 W. Lex Calvert 0670-0671 WM. BECK 8: SON Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables I ington Street Ba CARL P. STUEHLER timore LOYOLA COLLEGE BALTIMORE IO, MARYLAND A College of the Liberal Arts and Sciences Day Division offering courses leading to the following degrees Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Philosophy Bachelor of Science in Social Science Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Evening Classes in Adult Education ojering courses leading to the following degrees Bachelor of Science in Social Science Bachelor of Science in Business Administration For further information write to THE REGISTRAR LOYOLA COLLEGE BALTIMORE 10, MD. I1171 PHONE, MADISON 4976 RES. BELMONT 1309 JENKINS 8: DAVIS Specializing I ll Cbryiler Producti General Repairs 1227 PARK AVENUE R. J. DAVIS BALTIMORE, MD. Belmont 4783 Tuxedo 7525 HEER BROTHERS, INC Steam HEATING Vapor Water ONE-O-FIVE EAST 25TH STREET C. G. MILLS BALTIMORE 18, MD. COMPLIMENTS OF REV. EDWARD J. A. NESTOR COMPLIMENTS OF RABAPS FRENCH BAKERY 3215 Greenmount Ave. CALVIN ANDERSON - GROCER Liberty 2670 4601 GARRISON BLVD. PHONE SOUTH 0619 SCHAEFER'S RESTAURANT Formerly Marley: BALTlMORE,S FINEST SEA FOOD HOUSE LADIES' DINING ROOM 121-23 W. Randall St. Baltimore, Md. GEORGE 8: HARTMAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS 105 E. Pleasant Street Baltimore Z, Md. OETTINGER'S FOOD MARKET Meats, Groceries, Frozen Foods, Beer 190 S. Kossuth St. Gilmor 1616 Baltimore, Md. OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE Congratulations To The Class Of 147 MARYLAND OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 111 W. Baltimore St. PLaza 7616 EVANS APPLIANCE CO. Phone Arbutus 670 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - RADIOS - OIL HEATERS HOUSE FURNISHINGS - RANGES - fGAS AND ELECTRIC, 1536 SULPHUR SPRING ROAD ARBUTUS 27, MD. CHESAPIEAKE 4070 CAlvert 4684-5 Free Delivery PLaza 4437 SOUTHERN TAILORS B. MESSINEO 8: SON 3025 GREENMOUNT AVE. BALTIMORE 18, MD. Slyle Crealory and Mdkffl of fine ladiex' and germ" min to meamfe Frefb Fifb C. H. LARKIN SONS CRABS, CRAB MEAT, FISH AND OYSTERS ALSO SMOKED AND SALTED FISH 400-402 W. LEXINGTON ST. L17sJ Best Wishes, Seniors in your new roles as Graduates MOUNT ST. JOSEPH DRAMATIC SOCIETY THE PLAYERS john P. Conner '47 Andrew T. Conner '47 Joseph M. Dukert '47 james A. Kalski '47 Bernard L. Wamhoff '47 john W. Evering '48 William J. Farley '48 john G. Miskar '48 Francis A. Novak '48 Henry A. Olclewurtel '48 G. joseph Sills '48 William G. Volenick '48 john J. Zvonar '48 Carl H. Geier '49 Francis Tyber, Jr. '49 Julian I. Forrest '50 Albert C. Miller '50 D791 FOR PARTICULAR PRINTING KAISER PRINTING COMPANY Commercial 1 Institutional - Social Printing Engraving - Book Binding 1 Rubber Stamps 4-015 FREDERICK AVENUE : BALTIMORE-29, MD. PHONE GILMOR 2181 SCHREIBER 8: JONES 210 W. Saratoga Street Baltimore 1, Md. Sporting Goods Athletic Equipment Billy Pool FLOOR MAINTENANCE Scrubbing - Waxing - Polishing 2408 Steele Rd. Mo hawk 0633 COMPLIMENTS OF HENRY MERKEL, INC. MONUMENT BUILDERS Since 1855 CHARLES B. REAGAN 3534 Frederick Ave. Baltimore 29 Md Phone Gilmor 4075 "LINDY" PERMANENT-WAVES Here's a head start for saving money. A beautiful, easy-to-manage Permanent Wave. Included are Test Curls, Conditioning Shampoo and Individually Styled Setting. Phone for an appointment to suit your convenience and save on your wave. PHONE: ARBUTUS 1230 LINDY BEAUTY SHOP Stevens Ave. and East Drive-Arbutus Usol ST. VINCE Compliments 0f NT DE PAUL CHURCH In the Shadow of the Shot Tower at the Foot of the F allsway. COMPLIMEN TS OF A FRIEND GEORGE J. RUTH Izzaorporafed Funeral Home 1753-1735 HARFORD AVENUE BALTIMORE-13, MARYLAND MUlberry 1910 VErnon 0763 differs' dub 511 50404 WILLIAM J. FOLEY Realtor and Infaror PHONE: PIKESVILLE 530 HOFMANN'S BARBER SHOP 3611 Fait Avenue A . M A R A N O Grocery and Meat Market 225 S. HIGH STREET Phone: Calvert 1939-J After the Show or Whenever You're Low Stop at BOB FLANNERY'S TAVERN Frederick Ave. and Woodington Rd. CATON COAL CO., INC. "Blue Coal" Fuel Oil Oil Burners SA. 0331 Mobile Phone - WI6-5633 Battery Supply Equipment Co. GUILFORD AVE. sf FEDERAL ST. Catering to Mobile Unit! and Fleetx JOHN T. LEIPOLD BALTIMORE 2, MD. 11821 PHONE, CALVERT 0511 L. Neuburger Q Son . . . Catering . . . Dixhey, Table Linen and Silverware 613 W. LEXINGTON ST. BALTIMORE-1, MD. Pilcesville 1112 M Mohawk 5856 W COMPLIMENTS OF GUILL PHOTO Photographers For All Occafiom 7 Mile Lane 8: Marnat Road MARNAT MEAT MARKET FANCY PRODUCE - MEAT Beer, Wines 8: Liquors We Deliver Phone: FOrest 1415 8626 EDWINA C. M. DRUSHLER JOHN G. HOBLER PHONE: GI LMOR 2878 THE IRVINGTON SHOP LadieJ', Men'J and Children? Furnifbingf Dry Goody, Notion! and Nooeltie: GREETING CARDS Fon ALL OCCASIONS 4114 FREDERICK AVENUE BALTIMORE - 29 - MARYLAND COMPLIMENTS OF JERRY DOTTERWEICH '47 WE LOVE YOU! Thatis why we feel YOU should own a HUDSON EAST END Auro SALES 6505 Pulaski Highway SALES HUDSON SERVICE CALVERT 3927 Expert Kitrben Planning For Hoxpitalf, Imtitutiom, Etc. J. Norman Otto-M. Henkle Co. Food Servife Equipment Manufacturer! 126 W. PRATT STREET BALTIMORE-1, MD. Mount Saint Joseph Student Council Robert V. Wills . . . Edward A. Furst .... Frank C. Antkowiak . . . Philip S. Marano Donald G. Ament '47 Carl J. Amrhein '48 Herbert Arnold '50 William D. Brockmeyer '47 Louis D. Cocco '49 Daniel E. Crogan '47 jack Daly '50 William F. Fraunholz '49 Leander R. Gallegos '49 Hugh C. Gardiner '50 Frank Geppi '50 William N. Gill '50 Frank J. Magrogan '48 Victor H. Hornick '49 Edward F. janiak '47 OFFICERS .. . . .. Chairman COUNCIL MEMBERS Jerome A. Joyce '47 james j. Lockard '48 Andrew E. McColgan '48 Walter R. Mohler '49 Thomas A. Palm '47 Vincent F. Rossetti '49 Stanley B. Rostek '48 William R. Slacks '47 john P. Stricker '50 Gilbert J. Sommers '47 George M. Strohecker '48 james F. Strohecker '50 Carl H. Studz '50 Richard C. Torregrossa '48 Patrick j. Vito '49 Lawrence W. Wagner '49 U831 Vice-Chairman . . . . Serretary . . . Treaxurer LINOLEUM RUBBER TILE ASPHALT TILE THE C. J. HAMMER CO. Rerilient Floor C ontmctorr PHONE VERNON 4500 509 N. EUTAW ST. BALTIMORE, MD. Our 50th Year of Service HOCHSCHILD, KOHN AND CO. C. G. CONN, LTD. W'orld'.r Larger! Manufacturer! of BAND INSTRUMENTS 521 N. HOWARD ST. BALTIMORE, MD. Telephone Vernon 7755 COMPLIMEN TS OF Carr Vito Neville Ament Wright Fonte Beck IlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Varsity Batting Averages For All Games AB R H 49 14 21 2 50 1 1 18 1 36 8 12 0 67 13 21 0 43 1 13 0 67 10 19 1 46 14 12 1 HR AVE . 420 360 333 .313 .302 280 260 COMPLIMENTS OF MISS EMMA BELDAN Newport, Rhode Island League Ave. .382 .285 .352 .358 .321 .267 .282 BENKERT'S PARK RESTAURANT A FRIEND Dine and Dance COME AND SKATE AT THE HILTON, BALTIMORE ST. AND CATON AVE SW fee BALTIMORE, MD' Special Rates For Mt. St Ioe Students SINCE 1876 PHoNE: PLAZA 1673 " " 1672 " " 1671 JOHN DITTMAR 81 SONS, Inc. 4-Square Lumber and Variety Mill Work DISTRIBUTORS OF HOMASOTE 8: MASONITE PLYWOOD And All Type: of Wall Boardr JOHN DITTMAR, JR. PRATT ST. az EAST FALLS AVE. PRESIDENT BALTIMORE, 2 Mn. 1:1841 N o One Know: Paint Like a Painter LIBERTY 0575 THOMAS J. GIBBONS Painting Q Decorating 3403 ST. AMBROSE AVE. Baltimore 15, Md. FOLKEMER PHOTO SERVICE Bell 6- Howell Educational Dealers 927 Poplar Grove Street Baltimore, Md. GENERAL PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 919 East Lombard Street Baltimore 2, Md. LANDLER'S . . . QUALITY MEATS . . . WHOLESALE Pork - Beef - Lamb - Veal Sausage Products Phone: EDmOndson 1746 Plant and Oflices 2600 BLOCK WEST FRANKLIN ST. Baltimore Bulcberf' Abartoir THE EDMUNDSDN CLEANERS 8. DYERS CARL C. REINECKE TAILORS FURRIERS Visit Our Ready - Made Department Imported and Domeftic Woolem 6404-06 Frederick Road Catonsville, Maryland CATONSVILLE 340 GILMOR 6155 H851 ROBERTS MCGEEI-IAN 8: ROBERTS LAYFAYETTE SEA FOOD COMPANY Established 1921 Oysters, Fish and Crabs 1218 NORTH FREMONT AVENUE BALTIMORE, MD. PHONE MADISON 7566 12-13-14-15 N. AVE. MARKET PHONE VERNON 7458-8047 16-17-18 N. AVE. MARKET PHONE VERNON 1984 BALTIMORE, MD. Happy Landing, Boys DR. J. ANZALONE THE MAY CO. Extends Best Wishes to the Class of 1947 WARTHEN - DUKEHART CO. Building Materialf 1112 WINCHESTER ST. PHONE MADISON 0691-0692 BALTIMORE, MD. THE -MEADOW-GOLD ICE CREAM CO Richer - Creamier Texture 1726 East Pratt Street WEST END ELECTRIC CO. 70 S. Carrollton Avenue J. P. 0,Brien, General Manager 5flVl0R P0ll Best Scholar . .. Most popular .... Handsomest . . . Best Athlete . . . Wittiest . . . Noisiest ..... Most Earnest .... . . . Biggest Nuisance Best Dancer . . . Hungriest . . . Earliest .... Latest ..... Best Orator . . . Best Actor .. Best Natured . . Most Modest . . .. . joe Dukert . . . . Ned Furst . Dick Lardner . . . . john Geppi . . Ferdy Bowen . . Milt Siegert . Dick Lardner Godfrey Garvey . . Leo Delcher . . jim Oltman . . . jack Lentz Palm 84 Miles . . . joe Dukert . john Conner . . . Tom Palm . . . . Al Kipke Did Most for School . Best Dresser ...... Most Gentlemanly . . . Most Loyal .... Soonest to Marry .... Most likely to Succeed Best Politician . . . Peppiest ..... Luckiest . . . Tallest , . . Shortest ....... Hard Luck Boy .... Happiest ......... Best Mount Booster . Money Merchant . . . Hardest Worker .... . . . joe Dukert . . . Tom Palm . . . john Conner Ament 8: Herfel . . . Gene Kenny . . . joe Dukert . . . joe Bonner . . . Dan Crogan . . . . john Heck Bernie McKenzie ..... jim Wells . . . Tom Palm . . . Dan Crogan . . . . Ed Janiak . . . Bob Fick Dick Lardner C'l!l.Y5' of 1947 if 'A' 51361 Jn ..P ' J PT I -' a my vr g A , 4 , 1 . .. 1, lu. x . 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