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

 - Class of 1951

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' ' ,ii 5 .iss t 5 x ii so if 1 75 A r' . ' - . Q ALT ll l ln the corridors, trophies and class pictures recall the glories and activities of the thousands of alumni who have filled the Mount with life. and made its name famous everywhere. Those young: studs-nts after a swift passage of four years tackled the world. Brothers and boys sometimes meet again in the snr- prise of alinnni dances, or sports events. as former teen-hers hear with 21 thrill of aehieveinent their story of snveess. CHAPEL-The key to the success story of Mountmen. Here in the quiet of the sanctuary lamp we learned the secret of getting close to God. JOSEPH - Patron of Mount St. Joseph and Protector of the Xaverian Brothers is a familiar figure dominating the front lawn of our school. Since the earliest days, in all kinds of weather, he has watched the rush of students to and from class. RECALL 0llR RICH HISTURY 7 'A LOY AL ALL'.'llNl-This is an un: usual photo for its members reach from the class of '50 back to '96, lt includes Messrs. Vincent Tallarico, John Nolan, Albert Cashour, Brother Herman, Edward De: vanny, Philip Nolan, Timothy Perry, Jack Bateman, Mark 0'Hara. Henry Henneberger, Brother Leo Francis, James Bannon, Philip Vlise and Philip Bannon. JALUPY DAYS-Bart lluerr at the wheel and Joe .Nliller standing on the ancient running board turn back the years, as the boys gather in the courtg ard to glimpse closezup this roaring 'Rod' of the early 'l5's. lt does run! FACULTY I90I dials' ff MC' 2' P oh- QD" Uljyllf lan onunhigi' 5WZe,iPL.2'TyfWi1gVf5,'1i,? Q 5 .V if ' 2 9, ff- W .5 V f' Z M 1 .:., :Kiwi ft ra! 5 ,N . Y' f n Az K' 1 , Rf' U? 15? X f , A .sir gr ff! f 2 222 ? f I f w If 575 gf? . , f., ,,, , v Si Z wr as 3 X 'F M , p f 5 5, A 1 if b gg? 5? 4 " 2 . f Y C i 6 5 f ,Lr,,, , .W V 1' f .A.. W .-M 'P V V E: 5 , ..,.,..,,,,,1..., W., I WB 1 if 22.4 ig. 196 Q , -1, .RN I 5, 141 Q, 'h ,Fm f MJ' xg , hi, Q wi 7 ,,..f ol-1 4 , fy ' ,K JA 1 fa wg. , P,,k'f,e',',',.'x A . fb , A 5 V. vwgfif f.-. au ., 945, ,f'gf2g,g, awww .XF 4 M:51ef '4: ' - , My 6 V w A 2 N ff" "g'ffmj'., M 5 ' wg, ' 1 1 11535. BROTHER PLACIDUS - The thirteenth headmaster of Mount St. Joseph, fresh from his work of Voca: tional Director of the Xaverian Brothers, as: sumed his duties of ofhce in September, bringing to the work an enthusiasm and a zeal that augured well for the future of the Mount. BROTHER PLACIDUS HEADMASTER 7fze fqfzl' 1406! 7fze Way The eminenee that Mount St. -loseph has grained and llliillllilllltxtl in fields religious. scho- lzistie. athletic and 6Xfl'2i-L'lll'l'lL'lllil1' is based pri- marily on the close, whole-hearted cooperation of faeulty and student. typifying' a spirit of true Catholic education. Here under the careful guidanee of our Heziduiaster. Brother Pl2lClilllS. illllj' assisted hy the Prefeet of Studies, Brother Anton, the l,l'0K'll1'2il01', Brotlier Leo, the Resi- dent Director. lirother Lanibert, and the Athletic llirec-tor. Brother Riezirdus. some forty Brothers and six litlylllvll guide our more than nine hun- dred students througzh the niultiplit-ity of st-hool subjects eontziined in the Acadeinie. f'0IlllIlllI'Cl2ll. BllSl119SS-Iilllfl'llSll. and General Courses. Prayers, classes, sports and soeialsvall are fostered with enthusiasm to develop well-rounded Catholic- men. No feature of sehool life is omitted that will help to form men of eliarzieter who will be il eredit to their f'hureh and to their country. Q BROTHER RICARIJIS .-X'I'Hl-IETlC IJIRIZCTUR BRO I'HliR ANTUN PRlil'lfC'l' Ol? S'I'l'!Dll2S 192' BROTHER l..-XMliliR'l RIESIIHZNT IJIRECTOR BROTHER LEU PR0Cl4R4'l'0R If OF EXPERIENCE Fi . n FZ. E K.. Bro. Arthur Bro. Aquinas Bro. Aubin Bro. August Bro. Benjamin Bro. Bernardus Bro. Camillus Bro. Campion Bro. Casimir Bro. Celestine Bro. Louis Charles Bro. Clarence ELE CTION SMILES-At the tinal general meeting, active Mr. John Philibert, program director, was elected Presi: dent for the '5l:'52 term. Among the tirst to extend a warm word of con: gratulations was Brother Colombiere, enthusiastic moderator of the Fath: ers' Club. ARE GUIDING U 'WK Bro. Cletus Bro. Colomhiere Bro. Conon Bro. De-Paul Bro. lJeSaIes Bro. Didymus Bro. Dominic Bro. Eric Bro. Fabian Bro. George Francis Bro. Leo Francis Bro. lfrban Francis ll.-Xl'1iH'l'iiRS OF THE MOST HOLY Rli: lDlil2.NlliR-Here relaxed from their duties in the chapel. kitchen and the intirmary are the Sisters: Hirst roup Sister Kiodwina. Sister Clarita, Superior, Sister Nlaximilla: rsecontl row! Sister Constantina. Sister Facundinu. Sister .Wlalcoma and Sister Diet: gem. Bro. Francis Joseph Bro. Kenan Bro. Loyola Bro. Marcellus Bro. Mark Bro. Maximus RECEPTIONIST - Sympathetic Mrs. John Finnegan listened atten: tively to hastily marshalled ex: cuses of veteran latecomers, signed them in for Nl:206, and handed up the yellow admit: tance card. WU' 1..c,e-4 .. las Bro. Herman Bro. Hilaire Bro lgnatlus Bro. Jeffery Bro. John Bro Jordan 3 WITHIN WALLS CANTEEN PROPRIETOR-Popular Brother Cletus here offers a coke to any boy who can top his joke. if I-IALLOWED BY MEMDRIES 'l'ln- Nlwliiit lsI'l1'llWlTll tiwulitiiiiis :mil lll1'lIlf ln tlit ii xtiiiii fi ltiutlif-is in urznlt- si liiml 'l'li1 writ-s tlizit wt- svzii'1w-zii'1- ziwsiiw- of iii llll'lIllllNl ul llwiiiit tim- :Iuwii its virtlztgi' use-tl llvi ti iiiiiiiL It--llwiiigiiig mill 1-lass 1-liziiium-s. liiit tlim-sv stunt- liiwtlitis I tli: miiii lviiiltliiiu' :mil 'l'1m't-1' wt li:-llszilitlvlaisst-sllzivw-1-i-lim-slWitlitlli-Q-Xvitr-lllvilt min' 'lm' maint- intl- ln-iiiu' .... 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'l'li1-ii tliviw- was XYm'l4l NYM' l iiiwiw- 'iiiil Milli---'U mi-ii li-lt tlit- Xlmiiit Tu ln- ri-plzit-1-il I - . 's RIN! Rll- Brother Kenan Span ish mstruator muses fdurmg his free perlodj as he recalls hon sxuftlx pupils and xears pass bx Pl Atl Nl-Xlxl RS lloun the old stairuax from chapel Lome the boys of the 8:25 Rosary for Peace Club. l 7 ,v- I lt' --..,,h-1 DlSC:JOCKEYlNli--French style is here demon: strated by John Whalen, and dreamy Perry Darby in SA. as Edwardo Leon and John Logan wonder if Brother Urban recognized Johnny Desmond. OF MEN . . Bro. Patrician Bro. Simon Mr. Brown Mr. Kozlowski Mr. J. Plevyak M1 E. Plevyak Miss VVeaver Mr. Zaleski Bro. Paulus Bro Robertus Bro. Terence Bro Walter Bro. Laehaly '. VVojcihovski AND BUYS . . THANKS LHLV1' Those must surely haxe been the words uttered as Tom Banlex presented Brother Marcellus senlor attnltles moder ator a watch from the Llass of al at the hraduatlon Ball Pl P RAI LY hang gathers nn front ol the mam building, to get up steam agamst Patterson I-amlllar fall scene N N . , . .- h' ' . N . v. . , A , H V - -.. v . 1 - . . . . . r . 'H HMT' '?f f1. , . i .' 4- 'vpv.-u-canons: 2 1 2' ' rvzrewxazssnasiznznl QM? y. Q- F 5 hw X5 3 A wxsff14'4,iE3 F . 511' f' gg-p st! 4 -1.21 F, 'lg is .QA Zi! wav mm mm f ' ' up it -- NN' ikffc' H' f ws X ' mx 441473: ff: W 3 fa s ga ' 'S UR.-XlDl'.X'l'IES and .Vlnr wil-Q wwf' SW if in EA' 15 f if 5 gif?-5 ' , :lg K KS? 5 .K , - is 4 ,Q 1 ..4.,,.,. 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K1 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 . 1111 1 111111.11 N 11111 N 1 1 11111111 fl 1 . 111 Ntltbllt 1 111 111t1 11111111.1 .11111 311 1 1 U 1 11111 . . Ill' 1 11 1 11g1111 111111 T111 11111111111 X11lll1lll I 111111t11111 11111test au 1111118 .1111 11111 0 I1.11.1 11111111011 19111111 .11111 111111 111 1111111111111 DEBATERS Brother Camplon, team coach poses ln the DAS KIRCHE Brother John, German ln hbrarv w1th James 0 Hara, Paul Shlelds Joseph Ph1l1 structor, eyes the poster of Ed Brun bert, Howland Sanks, and Jerry Pessagno before m ner wlth B111 Schmidt vadmg and placmg second m the Fordham Tournament 'Fir ii IN MANY TONGUE TING-Mr. Stan Zaleski moves on Dennis Lau: mann to check results in the monthly quiz. Meanwhile SD hustlers like Tommy Keepers, John Miller, and Ed Leon look really im: pressive. AMT 'ww l Y libs' SPHEROIDS-Brother Aubin's 4C: squad closes in on the desk to get the inside on the newest solid theory. George Allulis, Ed Brunner, John Staniewicz and Donald Marani seem a mite concerned about this latest excursion in the math field, particularly since Brother Aubin recently spoke of triangles totaling more SLEARCHERS 0F THE than 1805. Vloucls of smoke. foriiiitlzilrle mlor of formall- mleliytle. dots :mtl tlaslies. and whirl of small motors. are the signs and soumls Utlllllllgl' i.l'IrlI1 the Blount seienn-e classes. After wrestling with ClllHl'illt' ziml IIZS ex- periments our seientists were almost 2lSlJllj'Xl4 zitetl. They eoveretl Ill'?l1'Tll'2llly ewi'ytl1i11g1' in the hook ziml inure. Pietures were fillitlll. ll1'9ElLl and eake were halted, and suumlry other experiiueuts were made under the supervision of Brother Marcellus. Some of the more studious and acl- venturous perfornietl experimeiitzil projects whit-li turned out very well when you 1-onsider that the lah is still there. lliseussion on the uiiieellulzir ziiiioelm. in- teresting' inspevtioils vin iiiivmsvope, aiml huzz- ii1g:ot'tl1e ln-es. Sfilllll out proniiiielitly in the bi- ologists' memories. 'l'li4-se stumlents zilnswlwml am extensive iimiiher of fm-ts :intl put their lmowlf erlge to use hy f.l'l'0NYlllfI vegretzibles in the land zuijzieeut to the parking: lot. During' the last few iiioiiths. the lJlO-L'll0llllSfS eould be observed l1'llllQI- ing: clown to their garden with Brother Louis Vliarles. the fIl'tJ0ll-llllllllllfltl foreliizili. NATURAL WORLD l,i-1-txirvs on sin-ss :mil strain. projects ou uvars :mel lIlHlUl'N wi-i'v ln-ailiugg' Sllll'Il'l'i5 for tln IlllYNll'N stllllr-ills. I ml'-r the alnlv llll'1'l'illIll :mil l1lst1'l14'Tlml ol IsI'lPilll'I'N 'l't'I'l'lll'l' aml l7vSal1'a. 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'l'l1i-5' travl-I4-il To I.a111'vl. not to bet ou the Imrses. but to we the transmitter :mel otlwr 1-lm-l'tr'lval .Ii-vii-vs. HAM OPERATORS-Brother Nlarcellus' radio class crowds around the direc: tor of the nearby FCC Monitor and Experimental Station to check class theory against facts. ,LX x. iw-we .nf .51 '1,7.. A. JW -4,-s iqw- yang ' WZ - .pa Nwk. ', 47 CITY FARMERS-Down near the parking lot, Brother Louis Charles stroxe patiently to teach his Zlkliiology class to appreciate a farmer's problems. as radishes won the vegetative handicap easily. PHYSICS EXPERIMENT - A mite skeptical, Brother Terence stands beside Don Shanahan in the theater laboratory and gestures anxi: ously as he experiments with induced current to the surprise of the boys of SB. I 11- 1 'if . 'kit 'AJ Q, as 1 POWER-MAD ll. Wi PULLING ALL STOPS-John Ritterman, Leo Behr, Bill Meier, and Tom McMuiIen of the Advanced Metal VVork display the shop's tools. From September to -Tune all the svhool shops mlesigrn. l'ncler the guimlznn-e of Brother Dominic of the Industrial Arts Department resounded in the metal shop. the boys were introduced to to the sound of boys at work. learning the skills the mysteries surrounding lathes, drills, and and vrafts of wooflworking. nletalworking and other power tools. 26 INDUSTRIALISTS VVOOD MEN-Here Frank Neuland DRAWING BOARD-Ronald Barnanoski studies his angle to check traces a pattern on the band any slight deviations as arts instructor Mr. Ray Kozlowski saw, as aproned Jimmie Parr follows his drawing carefully. Basement Nl-105 is the home cuts his motor. of .Mechanical Drawing. lll 1111- w111111w111'ki11g1 s1111l1 311: l'I11 l'11-v.Vz11: SOMETHING NEW'-Brother Dominic, director of the 11-111111-11 1111- 1111ys 111 1111-z11'1 111' llNlllQ1'l2i1l10S, power wilws. 1'11111i11g' 111111s lll 11111 111111111'iz1-11 11ivisi1111. 11s w1-11 218111111150 111' 11111111 111111s, lilllltllllg' z11'c11ite1-ts 211111 1'lll!ll11'1'l'5 w1-1'1- 1111-pz11'1-11 1111- 1111111'1- l'2l1'1'1'1'S metal shop, takes very close check of Robert Bauer and Eddie Rhoades as they experiment with an acetylene torch in advanced metal training. There are 6 advanced students. 11s 11I1'.X' 11-z11'111-11 1111- l.llll1l2lllll'll1fllN 111. 1111-1-11 11111 11 1 '11, .1 Q 111':1w111g' l.1'4I1l1 l:l'll1lll'l' 1C1'11- illlll X111 1i11x111ws11i. wir' 1 my 1. l 11 , If --.sql . s11111-11111114 'l'111' 1ll'N1 1-111-1.11.1 11.11-1..111.1. 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EARNEST CONCENTRATION-Philip VVaszkiewicz, Ber: nie Hopkins, John fiaske and Chuck Frazier are in dead:earnest tackling the day's assignment as Brother DeSales checks results. -1-ff ax .NN REAL OPERATORS-Robert Bullington, Dalton Selvage and Joe Antkowiak of 4E, run through a few fast numbers in the Business Practice Omce. FINGERTIPS SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT-Brother Leo Francis here holds an executive meeting with AI Siedlecki, Frank Vicchio, John ljhler, and Ronald Wintermute before starting work in Office Practice class. CAREFUL, JOHN!-Warns Brother DeSales, as Robert Bacigalupa, James Hopkins, John Mil: ler, and smiling Dave City concentrate on the Copy. 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TUNING UP-Seniors: liordon Fath, Jerry Schulmeyer, Matthew Butta, Charles Clay: ton, Walter Hungelmann, and Paul Disney gather round drummer Henry Schrank and beat out a few off:the:rec0rd licks before settling down to concert playing in their final appearance. ASSFMBLY After a splendnd rendntlon of the Concert and Varletx Qhow the complete band compam here posed wlth Brother Simon ln a hectlc few minutes after the show INSTRUMENTALISTS l-eature performers for the 'Wlax Lontert were Accordlonlst l-rank Tummlnello Tuba Artlst Arthur Pettl pas and Xxlophomst luorge Nellles The Tuba Solo was un usual f "7-' fi o i 2 '?',1s.. P-KR-XDERS Colorful marchmg during the 7 I SON Nl -X football season was a popular 8CtIVltS of the Mount Band led bs flagbearers Ilene Horn Joe Jennings and Donald Hand USTI:R9 John Lebompte John Phlh bert and Patrick 0 Sullnan NOC8lIStS for the Xarnetx Show here take a kex from soloist Joseph Phlllbert l 5 T R 0 X eteran Band lhrector Brother Snmon htre leads an audn torlum number 1' 1 4 : 1 , - - L V1 Q 1 v x F 5.. ' . . , .r V . v 1 . . 1 - ' ' , -. h .- Ill 1 , ' 4 3 123 ROADMEN-Journalists James 0'Hara, John Conig liaro, Tower editor Paul Skarupa, Dennis Iiieron, and Quill editor Paul Boettinger, ready for Villanova Publications Conference. TOVVER PLANS-Yearbook moderator, Brother Urban Francis, and business manager, James 0'Hara, here at the Mount St. Agnes Publi cations Conference, consult with Campus Co ordinator, John Ursprung, on layout plans for the 'Sl Mount Tower. DEADLINES VERSUS v w - lhl- lmzl4'lig1'1'ol1ll1l work illl tht- lllnl Ailllllli 'l'owe-1' ziiiliivl-i'sz11'y wlition was initiatecl early in Sl-pts-iiilwiz with the ElpIlHllli'll1t'lli of Paul Slin- l'llIl2l as lillifor. -lim ll'll2ll'2l as Business Klam- r w - 1 - - Eljl'4'l' mill lommy llll'St'll :mul -lohii iUlllQ'll2ll'0 pls PINnog'1'ziplwi's. Stumlf-111 piilmlil-ily, patron flrixw-s. voiiw-mion 1111-1-tiiigs. ziml visits to pinh- lishing' plums. we-rv stzigfvs in thi- work as The Your-luoolc Room tlmnlgrm-ll with vlass represen- izitivvs rl-portiiigf to Al U'l"zi1'rm-ll. lYalt -XV0llPl'. -lohn ami -loe Pllililwiw. lu the Quill Shop. Paul lioettingrer. -lorry Mzitlmi and Clmrlie Si- llml poilmlml 1-opy. The 1951 Mount Tower is now in lmppy fm-T tlizmlcs To stiulvnt spirit zmml intvri-sin-ll il4lYlN1'l'S like iil'0llll'l'S Aiihin. August. l'i-ham lfrum-is mul Jlr. John l'1-sprnligl. YB REPRESENTATIVES-These class representa: tives really sold the '51 Mount Tower: Stewart Lyddane, Thomas Davidson, Charles Iampieri, Tommy Pilone, Vincent Cala, Tony Demma, Teddy Cox, Joe Philibert, Donald Farley, John Philibert, George Morris, James McCurley, Tommy Keepers, Walt W'eber, Jay Grewe, and Donald VValsh. TECHNICAL DETAILS-Dr. Regis Boyle, moder: ator of Eastern's champion yearbook, here discusses layouts of the 'Sl Mount Tower with the yearbook "Big Four", Al 0'Ferrall, Joseph Philihert, Editor Paul Skarupa, and James O'Hara. 5? i K 5 l 0 A HEADLINES MARYLAND INVASION-Early in March the jour: nalists made their final trip of the year to the Maryland Conference, at which the '50 Mount Tower tied for championship honors. 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IIUWS 1-mlitol' -luv Mainz. pliufug- l'HllllY 1-ilitm' -lulm 1'm1ig:liz1l'o, lnisim-ss lllillliifjvl' -lim lmnu, slnii' artist l"l's1l1k Kirlny. l'4'lllll'l4'l'N llllll llll'Nl'll, -le-1'1"x' lil'4l4'llIll:j, IM-inns 4.1.-1-mn, mul l3zil'1'x' ?4il'o1'rl :mil imnlvluitol' lllwnlnf-1' ,xll1IllNl. ln Elllllllllvll To llllllllNlllllj1' ai lll'XYNllilIN'l'0'2l1'll mf-mln. ilu- Qllllllllvll liumllwl an llll'I'2ll'.Y supplv- lm-nr annul 1lw wvpy fm' Tllv- Blount 'l'mw-V. 'lille .i1vl1l'll1llisTs slllvllslewl lll'1'NN l'HlIlAl'l"'lll"'N an Nmiw- Immf-, Silllll .-Xgln-so mul Klill'-Vlilllll, llIl1'1'2l11'2lllI llff Ijffflltlf-il1m't1i'st llllllvilllllllill srml--ms pnllillvutlfvlivwliiln-11t14rll. Ql'lLL.'Nll2N-Posed informally, clockwise, the pow: ers behind the Quill are Dennis liieron, Jerry Broening, Frank Kirby, Jim Long, Jerry Ma: thai, Barry Siford, Paul Boettinger, John Con: igliaro, Joe Manz, and Tommy Hirsch. JOIRNALISTS-Quill and Tower men per: suade Trinity Prep's staff members to make a real souvenir of the St. Agnes Conference. Fllll HME CLASS-1A FIRST ROW-John Dougherty, Raymond Dembeck, Daniel Pika, Conrad Dorn, Brother Francis Joseph, Joseph Green, Joseph Cayer, Louis VVinkelman, John Schruefer. SECOND ROW-An: drew Endres, Joseph Peters, George Nellies, John Elliott, Don: ald Flabbi, Edward Slunt, Daniel Heisey, Robert W'olski, Bernard O'Donnell, Daniel Schneider, Char: les Nason. THIRD ROW-Robert Walters, Paul Gorey, Gerald Krei: ner, William VValter, Jay Arnold, Richard Feher, VVilliam Lotz, Al: bert Baikauskas, David Gray. FOURTH ROW-Michael Gleason, Joseph Philibert, Donald Heinlein, Francis Neumann, David Derus, Joseph Simmons, Raymond Evans. CLASS-1B FIRST ROW-Francis LeFaivre Francis Lamana, William Gollery Graham Cusic, Brother August, John 0'Brien, Albert Rykiel, Ber: nard Karpers, Joseph Baldwin. SECOND ROW - Charles Darby, Paul Edgar, George Parr, Charles Wise, John Dietz, Roy Thomas, Marion Vetri, Joseph Klingmeyer, John Spence,Vincent Ferrare,Fran: cis Skarupa. THIRD ROW-Donald Engles, Richard Glinka, Edward Dabrowski, Edward Hall, Jules Kinlein, Giles Sydnor, Richard Schmitt, Elmer Delamar, Claude Andrews. FOURTH ROW-Fran: cis Plichta, Louis Isidoro, John Frick, James Dunn, Gerald Sleater, John Griflin, Raymond Wright. ABSENT-Harry Linhard, Wayne Morrison. u 1 CLASS-1C FIRST ROW-Joseph Mildenber: ger, Edward Neal, Donald Hou: chen, Gordon Kram, Brother George Francis, Charles Maenner, Raymond Klimovitz, Daniel Tay: lor, Paul Wright. SECOND ROW -Patrick Renehan, Robert Heard, John Amoss, Francis Martel, Rich- ard Cain, Patrick Riley, Charles Koerner, Ronald Lindner, Rich- ard Snaldach, Anthony Dowgiallo, Thomas Rubeling, Leonard Bedz narczyk. THIRD ROW - Carl Zachary, John Puelzt, Russell Frank, Julian Misotti, Joseph Mas: cari, Benedict Popera, Robert Das, Joseph Huber, Frank Jacobs, An- thony Schlotmann, Charles Nu- gent, Vincent Cala. FOURTH ROW-Robert Tavik, Ronald Rott, Anthony Chrzan, Charles Smith, Edgar Garvey, Lyle Cobb, Joseph Nichols. mfwi' wllffa Dull' CLASS-1D FIRST ROW--Charles Mathews, John Connolly, Charles Hock, John Doherty, Brother Ricardus, William Garvey, John Szumianski, Philip Hayes, James Dorsey. SECOND ROVV-Walter Cohen, Melvin Wunder, Charles Frizzera, Hugo Vera, Carl Bernhardt, John 0'Mara, William Herr, Stanley England, George Floto, Leroy Beck, Francis Buckley, Walter Allen, Harry Faggio. THIRD ROW - Edmund Brent, Jerome Kappes, John Martin, Joseph VVenderoth, Chester Cotiell, Char: les Miller, Caro DaCampo, Paul Laufert, Thomas Donnelly. FOURTH ROW-Harry Walton, Francis Fafaul, Victor Warner, Joseph Vicini, Dennis McGuire, William McKenna, Leo Romeo. CLASS-1E FIRST ROW-Charles Reichen: berg, Raymond Keefe, Anthony Demma, Freddie Muffoletto, Bro- ther Clarence, Charles Horner, George Redmond, Lawrence Mec- kel, James Trageser. SECOND ROW-Ronald Ward, Kenneth Lee, Donald Darmsteadt, David George, James McNerney, John Metzler, Clayton Reott, Robert Lentz, Stanley Leonard, Bernard Binko, Wayne Juliano, Anthony Ciamarra, John Holt, Richard Tu: rek. THIRD ROVV-John Finne: gan, John Byrnes, Joseph Garvey, John Lindner, Ronald Schoephin, Donald Dilworth, Harry Kirtley, Felix Rekus, Harry Gilner, Thomas Scanlan, James Lang, Heriberto Salas. FOURTH ROW-Thomas Sullivan, John Corcoran, Henry Gorecki, Paul J. Shea, Richard Nevin, John Fitch, David Che: shire. CLASS-1F FIRST ROW'-Charles Iampieri, Frank Palumbo, William Fulton, John Wilkins, Brother Robertus, Richard Woodhouse, Joseph Lucas, Calvin Rickell, Samuel Eichelber- ger. SECOND ROW-Salvatore Centineo, Robert Johnson, Joseph Biondo, Edward Farley, W'alter Ford, John Sadler, Carmen Papale, Henry Adelman, Leon Glinsky, Joseph Pasko. THIRD ROW- Robert Fischer, Ronald Sacker, Frank Tumminello, William Saxon, Stephen Kramer, Sherwood Wertz, Paul Supik, John Gribbet, John Bridges. FOURTH ROW-Chester Follin, Thomas O'Neill, Robert Ba- ginski, John DeVoe, Joseph Koe- nig, Raymond Lutz. ABSENT: Raymond Bunn, Martin O'Toole. 0PH0lfl0llE ..... CLASS-2A FIRST ROW-Kenneth Sprangle, Joseph Rosslein, Joseph Marx, Frank Sobczynski, Brother Colom: biere, Richard Malinowski, Robert Bacon, John Spampinato, Frank Lombardo. SECOND ROW-Donald Walsh, Thomas Gilbart, Thomas Kratz, James Shaw, Ralph Light: ner, Melvin Miller, Donald Grihith, Theodore Golczewski, Stanley Faj: kowski, Louis Hehring, Walter Damasiewicz. THIRD ROW-Fred Parent, Bernard Ziebron, Joseph McShea, Henry Stromberg, Donald Hennigan, Richard Gniazdowski, Orville Harrison, Robert Arm: strong, Charles Markiewicz, Mil: ton Kick, James McCrumb. FOURTH ROW-Charles Diehl: mann, Robert Dannenfelser, Fred: erick Hochrein, Patrick Cinna: mond, John Rakowski, Edward McDonald. CLASS-2B FIRST ROW-Robert Grimn, Mar: tin Castle, Frederick Keepers, Dennis Allen, Brother Eric, Mau: rice Allen, Ronald Colbourn, Rob: ert Witt, William Budreski. SEC: OND ROW-Joseph Madden, Leo Dietrich, William Smith, Richard Maenner, Charles Halland, Casmir Majgraf, James Kelly, Edward Tucker, Ronald Rykoskey, Owen Gilliece. THIRD ROW - Mark Baden, Charles Lenhart, Joseph McCormick, Alfred Ackerman, Charles McCurley, Andre Calas, Charles Trayser, Frederick Wag: ner, Joseph Stricker. FOURTH ROW-Gregory Ciesielski, Owen Harrison, Joseph Shagena, Robert Philips, Peter Nilles, Robert Moran, Richard Kane. CLASS-1G FIRST ROVV-Luis Casacuberta, Albert Smith, George Dilli, Johnny Kirby, Brother Terence, Philip Geissler, Francis J. Long, Gery Klank, Michael Duffy. SECOND ROW-James lmbrogulio, Thomas L. Ralston, Jr., James Singer, Ed: ward H. Lauttman, Jr., John H. Birrane, Richard A. Taltavull, Ronald E. Connolly, Theodore R. Cox, William Alascio, John E. Gardner, Richard B r a u n g a r t . THIRD ROW' - James Kernan, Nicholas E. Feurer, Michael J. Anuszewski, John B. Russell, Larry Gilhooly, Carl Amrein, Paul Schneider, Robert M. Ballantine, Richard Ludlam, Justin Stass. FOURTH ROW-Joseph Siemek, Francis Batz, Joseph Byrne, W'il: liam L. Steel, Greg Hand, Joseph Vitek. CLASS-11-I FIRST ROVV- Bernard Tribull, John Peters. Alfredo Vera, VVil: liam Givens, Brother Louis Char: les, Daniel VVillis, George Vysko: cil, VVilliam VS'ladk0wski, Bernard Oliver. SECOND ROVV - John Ford, Benjamin Mundorf, John Clarke, Charles Ball, Matthew Car: son, Joseph Joynt, Michael Haske, Thomas Duvall, Thomas Hisky, Ronald Rottman, Robert Bennett, Raymond Gasdick. THIRD ROVV -James Harman, Paul Plant, Francis Patinella, Ronald VVhite: hurst, John Kreller, John Ginty, James VVeIsh, Donald McCarthy, Raymond Langis, Gerald Howard. FOURTH ROVV-Richard Kroeger, John Ziers, Charles Pahr, Thomas Murphy, Jose Gonzales, Francis Kozel, Benjamin Diggins. 4 ' aeecliafpaaqaeu... CLASS-2C FIRST ROW - James Clarke, Henry Volenick, John Mueller, Rohert Sommers, Brother Conon, Thomas Gayhardt, Carroll Bacon, Richard Strassner, Eugene Lyd- dzine. SECOND ROW'-William O'Brien, Stanley Strauss, John Cain, Joseph Bova, Emmett Mc: Gee. Michael Wagner, John Schan- berger, Paul Bacon, Charles Lee, James Balderson, Joseph Beavan, Daniel Allgeier, Donald Yakel. THIRD ROVV-Thomas O'Sullivan, Thomas Elliott, Lawrence Knott, Richard Halligan, Edward Moses, A rt h u r MacKenzie, Berchmans Kenny, Martin Teves. Joseph Tay: mans. FOURTH ROW-Joseph Jennings, Thomas Schwarzkopf, Jerry Komin, Benjamin Petrilli, James Stout, Earl Hamper. Thomas Gegorek. CLASS--2D FIRST ROW'-Michael Benkert. James Davis, Edward VVilb0urne, Gerard VVard, Brother John, Leon Kolakawski, Salvatore Mancari, Philip Bannon, Frank Skalski. SECOND ROVV-Oliver Mattson, Edward VVunderer, Clark Rosen- dale, John Strickroth, Robert Sau- ter, John Hoban, Donald Myers. Guy Mangus, Robert VVhite, Mich: ael Walker. THIRD ROVV-John Grauer, Joseph Fanelli, Michael Clark, Edward Grandy, Jerome Fuchs, Robert Holland, Carlos Ro: jas, George Morris, Simon Pala: cios. FOURTH ROVV - Donald Merrick, Francis Curran, VViIliam Griggs, John Barry, John De: Brouse, Joseph Mettle, Edward Hojnacki. CLASS-2E FIRST ROW - Joseph Snyder, Donald Helinski, Thomas Pilone, Gilbert Gruszczynski. Brother De: Paul. Donald Gallagher, Donald Hudson, James Kehoe, Charles Ketterman. S E C 0 N D R 0 W- James Debes, William Pohler, Thomas Beck, Harry Spedden, Lawrence McLean, Rodger Hurley, Louis Bivens, John Corbitt, Rob: ert Franz. THRD ROW-Robert Berigtold, Robert Kokta, Thomas Murtaugh, Joseph Cudnik, John Warga, Stanley Zielinski, John Blake, George Benkert, Paul Sharpley. FOURTH ROW-Ken: neth Mullinix, Edward Cole, Stan: ley Sdanowich, Eugene Nieberlein, Joseph Comeau. CLASS-2F FIRST ROW-Francis Mezzadri, Roger Saurusaitis, Ronald Tarbert, Thomas Franz, Brother Jeffery, Salvatore Sales, Ronald Driscoll, David Nueslein, Richard Seery. SECOND ROW-Donald Lehr, Eu: gene Noppenberger, Ronald Tracy, Joseph Pfeiffer, Wayne Breslin, Gerard Madsen, Donald Geary, Michael Sneeringer,Ronald Brooks. THIRD ROW-John Benzing, Jo: seph Lotz, Charles Franzoni, An: thony Larichiuta, Ronald Lange, Ralph Falcone, Thomas Davidson, Charles Hirsch. FOURTH ROW- Edward Rutkowski, Ronald Bar: anowski, George 0'Hara, Norman Hannon, Francis Kvech. CLASS-2G FIRST ROW-Michael Raymond, John Bromwell, William James, John Berger, Brother Jordan, Jo: seph Mannion, William Federline, Herman Amelung, William Sipes. SECOND ROW-George Horn, Jo: seph Recker, Charles Limmer, John King, John LeCompte, John Ma- lone, Francis Bohanan, Charles Brocato. THIRD ROW-Robert Hamlin, John Dunworth, Louis Bernier, Warren McMichael, An- drew Smutny, Edward Stevens Charles McCormick. FOURTH ROW-James Bracken, Reynard Versaggi, John Smallwood, Joseph Scott, Francis Neuland. ABSENT -James Parr, Robert Smith. JU lllll CLASS-3A FIRST ROW - Howard Grimn, Richard Miller, Gerald Broening, Dennis Gieron, Brother Aquinas, Donald Nohe, Vincent Guerico, Charles Raynor, John Pavuk. SECOND ROW - Leo Rollman, Donald Burton, Nicholas Brandjes, George Vaeth, Eugene Morris, Perry Darby, Thomas Ruckle, Jo: seph Kelly, Charles Potthast, Henry Jones, James O'Hara. THIRD ROVV-Mark 0'Hara, Rob- ert Mrozinski, Thomas Mueller, John Boeren, Rowland King, Jo- seph Dix, Emil Skrabek, Earl Morrison, Eugene Stallings, Law: rence O'Neill, Joseph Haeffner, James Kilchenstein. FO U RT H ROW-Edward Kelly, Thomas Strassner, John Schaefer, Ronald Hawkins, Bernard Deinlein, James Skarda, Frederick DeBarberi. CLASS-3B FIRST ROW - Jerome Carroll, John Weber, Barry Siford, Jerry Vvieman, Brother Lambert, Ralph Melady, Otto Eisemann, Lawrence D'0razio, Norbert Lutz. SECOND ROW - Chris Morganti, Ronald Gamble, Thomas Evans, Lawrence Schneider, Joseph Hemler, John Roth, Gilbert Wheeler, Frederick Cox, John Philibert, Frederick Feurer. THIRD ROVV-Bob Ben: zing, Emile Mohler, James Perry, Charles Supik, Carl Trier, Anthony Kiggins, James Donohue, Gerard Gunning, Charles Krause, Joseph Fertitta, Carroll Pycha. FOURTH ROW - Richard Lewandowski, Fred Walter, Tim Hartzell, James Snyder, William Shanahan, George Romoser, Mike Gibson, Mathew Pinto. CLASS-3C FIRST ROW-John Yeager, Ed: ward Burkhardt, John Votta, Ed: ward Kelly, Brother DeSales, Law: rence Boyle, Raymond Sigwart, Francis Dickson, Herbert DuVall. SECOND ROW-Joseph Ellis, Ken: nard Lang, Paul Buckmaster, Ed: ward Hamilton, Rafael Cordoves, Gerard Dobrzycki, Donald Keck, Paul Lane, Ferdinand DeAngelis, Vincent Cucina. THlRD ROW- Richard Hall, Gordon Schwartz, George Doyle, Edward Budacz, Paul Dougherty, Jerome Neuman, John Burbank, Edward Dentz, Jo: seph Thomas, Ronald Langis. FOURTH ROW-Joseph Coughlin, Daniel Finucane, John Wiegard, James Dunningan, Charles Becker, John Violette, Herbert Greenwalt, James Young. "u4... Mme 4, YE l0ll CLASS-3D FIRST ROW-Robert Stachura, John Miller, Vincent Amengual, Pedro Maldonado, Brother Urban Francis, Leonard Toner, John Dilli, Richard Thiessen, Thomas Hirsch. SECOND ROVV-John Donohue, Robert Pfannenstiel, Frank Mc: Cully, Theodore Nelson, Edwardo Leon, Carmel Liberrci, John Whe: lan, Ronald Logan. THIRD ROVV -Dennis Laumann, Stanley Vitek, Joseph Dorsey, Frank Tamburello, Paul Shields, John Rehm, Carl Maus. FOURTH ROW-Patrick Duffy, John Conigliaro, James Goodwin, Eugene Marsiglia. AB: SENT: Salvatore Butta, Robert Heath. CLASS-3E FIRST ROW-John Patrick, Gab: riel Kalski, John Martin, George Mezardash, Brother Paulus,, David City, Paul Letrise, Robert Hahn, Richard Kreiner. SECOND ROW -Charles Endres, William Ban: non, lsadore Vaccarino, James Hopkins, Norman Bruder, Freder: ick Zielinski, Cletus Horner, Ar: thur Pettipas, VViIIiam Frazier, John Gaske, Vincent Ingson. THIRD ROW-Thomas Dushel, Richard Silanskas, William Can: nella, Joseph Romoser, Robert Bacigalupa, Anthony Makar, Eu: gene Bonner, Raymond Paskie: wicz, Henry Schrank, Arthur Schier. FOURTH ROW-William Cain, Ralph Nohe, Philip Waszkie: wicz, Gordon Zinnert, Robert Keepers, Bernard Hopkins, George McClintock. ABSENT: Edward Gribben, Salvatore Muffoletta. CLASS-3F FIRST ROW - Daniel Mercer, Francis Zito, John Athman, Rob: ert Walterhoefer, Brother Leo Francis, Francis Perrin, Charles McKenna, Ronald Novak, Joseph Emge. SECOND ROW - John Linder, Michael Citro, Charles Hull, John Ruszala, Santo Pistorio, Lloyd Gill, Edward Kaczmarek, Robert Stanford, James Peabody, James McCloskey, Vincent Smith, Joseph Willenburg, William Quinn. THIRD ROW - John Norwood, William Brennan, Charles Gresdo, Raymond Lambiasi, Ray m on d Amtmann, John Foley, Leon Gin: ski, Stephen Kopchinski, William Ziegler, Charles Snyder, Ottmar Van der Berg, Richard Kleintank. FOURTH ROW-William McCoy, Earl Pope, John Bosse, Donald Farley, Milton Speroni, Joseph Rolfes, William Heinekamp. sr-, -1""'f 11 y .ax-1" igfq . u 3.0, 'I .,. 'Q 'i , ,z1'z5i'Q.gg ,gr C Qi .,X, if--Qs 'V Ng. dfy'vW 6 'N vial ' W 1 MM? 'ts 1 Tcp Row, left to right: VICTOR J. ALAMO, Academic , , , " X'it4wo" was :1 l'l'Sllll'lll . . . ll't'IlSl'l'4'l' ul' li:lpp:l Vlni. . . STZII' on Iln- V1ll'Sll.V slwm-1' 2, Il, 4 . . . VNM1' . . . l'USlfl4'llT lmsl-lmll, tennis, In-wllng 2, Il, 4 . . . "Qum- xivo Q-l n11ln1lm" . . , l'Jll'2ll'2lS, V1-lu-xm'l:1 .... GEORGE C. ALLULIS, Academic. KlUN.XN'l'l'Il'IY . . , "SImoli" wzlw on jzllr- xl-1-flmtlvzlll , truvk, l1ll'l'lDS5l'.. .VSMV 1, 3 . . . NHV5' I'04lT1'l' . .. lIIX'4ll'Sl'lll1'lil'lI :xml lllQll'l"Y ,"Wl1:u! 'vlan my 1-nt" . . . 5125 N. IH-llilw .Xx'n'., 29 Bottom Row, left to right: JOSEPH E. ANTKOWIAK, JR., Businese English. HT. Iilfltllll . . . "Juv was qualrtvrlmvk on tlu- YIlI'Sll-X' tootlnull 2, Sl, 4 . . . Sl-nior lfnlwl- Ulllllllllllvt' . . . lmslu-tlmll l, 2, L4 . . . trrwk I . . favors polish S2ll1Silj,fL' . . . " ll2l1l" . . . 25ll4 lillioft St., 24. . . . KX ROBERT S. ANTKOWIAK, Academic. ST. UASIMIR . . . Big liolnwliolf' wus mul on vanrsity foutlmll 2, JS, 4 ..., lIl.VVl'l' :xml x':11'sitlv lmskvtlmll l, 2, Il, 4 . . . VSRI1' l, 2 . . . lmlllay is girls . . . Norm- llnnu- router . . . " llv-v Hill" . . . Jill-lil llillnn NT., 24. Top Row, left to right: GEORGE F. BAHNLINE, Business English. MUNAS'l'lfIRY . . . "l':1r NYIlSlll'l"' was in UNMC l, 2, Ji . , . llUlllh.Y7XV2lSlllllg vars . . , ll-:ms Tuwzlrlls lllIll'll Illlll lllHllili1'1'lblllQ1 . . . "Hot your Such, 'l'ip1v" .. . ISSlllUI1l l"I'lllll'l'll'li lhl.. 29 .... CHARLES L. BAKER, Academic. HT, lilCRN.XlllJlNl'I . . . "illllll'll0'y was on the cross l'4lllllfl'j' 2 . . . Trnvk 2 . . . FSHC l, 2, Il . . . biggest thrill pzlssillg Imtin lw41y1':1l's.. . 4'lll'l'l'S for lim-trnif 'l'i,uors . . . U You Ullll fool Sulllm- of TI14' punpl4-" . . . 4lIllll Hvlsfun llr., 20 .... PHILIP P. BARNES, Academic. NT. .XXX . . . " l'l1il" was in VHXIV l, 2, Il, l . . . fmt lm-llllwr of Zvln lftzl 'l'I1vT:l ..., lumps To Stun lim-l1tu11's jim- . . . thinks l':1TTi Pugv is tlDIlS . . . "XYll:lt is it with 'Yllllfm . . . 2lll'4 lit'lllll'll.V Arc., li Bottom Row, left to right: ALBERT J. BARTOLOMEO, Academic. ST. DOMIXIU . . . " Hart" wus Hll vulv flllltllilll, Al2l.VYL'l' lzlvrossv, lulskvtlmll l, 2 . . . LK VHMC' 4 . . . likvs to llraxw . . . listvns to H0110 Krups: . . . Vll, llllll... . . . 4SlllS .Xrznluiv Arm-., 310 .... CHARLES F. BAUER, Business English. STAN UI" 'l'lll'I SICA . . . " ll:lnk" was on S4-niur l,l'Ulll 'l'irks-t Illltl l'rugr:uln 1'ol11llliH1'1' . . . VNBI4' I, 2, Ii . . . vulr :xml little' guil llJlSlil'Tll1lll, j:l.vw-nf lrzwk 2 . . . plxflvlw :uroulul :ln :1lrpl:um- . . . t':u'ors Stun lit'lllllll . . . "'I'h:1t's fo' sho' " . . . llll li. Hittings St., SHI .... ROBERT J. BAUER, General. I.l'l"l'l.l'I l1'l.UXYl'Ilf . . , " iltflll'-VU was senior class vom- llllffbl' lllilll . . . l'SMl' l, 2, Il, 4 . . . vulm fuo'rlr:1ll, lrzlsolnlll . . . .l2i.X'Yl'l' vzltm-lu-r . . . loans toW:11'1ls lm-c'l1:1l1iv:ll drawing, fric-ml vllivlu-11, "l'l1:1rleston" . . . HUL'0lI0l'g0'7 . . . 2805 .pelllillll Ave., 13. ORE mv? 5 '52, 2 Q 20 of H75 ' 1951 ALUMNI PRESIDENTS-Past President Phil Bannon, and New President Al Cashour smile for the camera. 'Y' like 'Iop Row left to right: 0 J BEHR, General. I.I'l"l'I.li l"l.11lX'l'lR . . . " Iil'lill' I411l11"' 1 1 l11I1l1x1Nt 1111 l111t 1'111ls :1111l :111'11l:11111s . . . lllil'4 T11 lllllll 111111 INI1 l1i11 l11l tl1 'l'l1lill" XI1 t"' '1l'l giaw 1- ' ...".,1111s. ....'-I I l1t11111 1 1 X1 1-,. lil .... HARRY M. BENZINGER, JR., Academic. N INNIUN . . . " li1-1111.x"' 11:15 i11 VNNII' l, 2.51, 4 , , , ,xSl't'll- N11 Il 1 VI .Y1':11'l11111l4 1'1-111'1-N11111:11ix'1- . . . st111l1111t 111111111-il111'. . . . - , . . l11 1 I tl111ll uns N1111111' ll'11llI . . . 111-rlis 1111 l'2ll'i t1-1' :1 l11111l1Av , .. ,,, - ll11x11lx, I1lll1 . .. INII1 l:11'li .XY1-., ll:1l1'Tl1111'1111, 21. . . . FRANCIS C BERNIER, General. SI. I'AXl'l, . . . "I"-4"' was Xllt 111 1l1111 111 INXI4 I...six1111111gi-11l11'111111111'..,4... 11:1- 11111 " If Yull 15111 TI11' Nlwllm-Y ll11l11-Y, I lint TI11- 'l'ill11"' 1x1l l1111tl1:1ll 1'1.111111' , . . "I 111 llllllQl"Y ,,, 28111 lD11l'1111t 1 lll I1 l111l111111111l, V11 .... JOHN J. BIRKMAIER, Academic. Nl Xl ll l l XXI . . . "lill'li wus 1111 t'llIl I1111Il1:1ll. l1:1xk1-Tl1:1ll. N ... ,., 4- , W... 1' U . '.,-..... l11x1I11ll l .VNNIV l ...:11'1ix'1-1111-111l1111'11I'4i11g...11iH:111i1's lllll X1l11 l llll IT11 11 1Hl I l1111111N1111 Xu "I GUILLERMO BLANCO, Academic . . . " liill" was x':11'sity sm'- 111 111 Ill , I . , , 1'1-f11l11111 :1llfwt:11' lll l111k1-l1:1ll . .. lx:11111:1 I l11 1l11 Illl IIX 1l111'k1'11, :1111l S1111-11 . . , 'iiglll' lS:11'l1:11'11",,,1':11':11':1s, They made Mothers' Social Night a success! Bottom ROW, left to right: FRANCIS D. BOECKMANN, General. ST. lilGNlflI1IC'l' . . . " l"l'2lll.. lvuilfls lll111ll'l l111:1fs . . . Sfiill liv11t1111, steak. :1111l " lf" t:1li1- li-:ul i11 his liliiilggs . . . thinks l111:1Ti11g4 l':1tfv1's1111 i11 '49 lviggvst Tl11'ill . . . 2'42T 1511111141-T11w11 Rd., ill! .... PAUL BOET- TINGER, ACad6miC. NllJX,XS'l'l'Ili Y . . . I' l,:1l1l11" was 11-I111l't111', :1111l 1111-1-1lit111'11f TI11- Quill IS, l...l'SBll' l, 2, Zi, 4 . . . ll1':1111:1ti1-s J, I . . . xT111l1111t 1'1111111'il111' . . . 1211111-1':1 K'l11l1 Il, 4 . . . I':1x'111's l1:1111- l1111'gg1'1As :1111l milk sl1:1lu-s... Nl111111t 'l'11w1-1' st:1ll'IL, I . . . "Wl1:1' 1li1l 'v s:1'v"f . . . ll4 S. l.11111l1111 .Xu-., 35' .... EDWARD P. BRUNNER, Academic. NlHN.XS'l'l'IlfY . . . "ll1-1lgi1-" was :1 li11lis111:111 Il, l . . . l1l:1.v1-1l 1111'tl11-lu-:1x'.v1'11l1f.. . lik1-stlisliw ZI gulf' l1:1ll . . . gm-Tw sm-111 I1-Y " xvUll.l'l' .I11s1 l11 I.11x'1'i' . . . VSXII' . . . . "l"111'1-" , , , Jill S. .X11g11sI:1 .Xv1'., QU. . . . WILLIAM R. BULLINGTON, Business English. HT. l'Il.lZ.Xl1l'I'l'll . . . " Holi" wus i11 VNXII' l .. ."St:11' lIllNl.' :1111l listln-1' Willi:1111s I1-:11l i11 his l':1x11rit1' list . . . wants 1111' Navy . . . N11-:1k :1111l I'l'1'lIl'll I'1'i1-s . . . ".Xi11't gut 1111tl1i11g4 tu say" . . . 1121 S., l'11t11111i1', 2-I. . . . JAMES S. BURKE, General. ST. lil'l'.X . . . "-Illlllv was i11 VSKII' l . . . f':1x'111's H11111'gg1- SI11-:11'i11gg, X:1x'4v. :1111l stvnk with t1'11111'l1 friws ,,,, Illllllbf' ix 1':11's . . , l1ig'g'1-wt tl11'ill 11 :1s lust llilf' nf wl11111l . . . liflll ll11l:1l1i1'1l .Xu-,, 22. HAPPY MOTHER-Mrs. Bracken proudly shows her son Jim's swimming trophy to her friend. .-X , z '-1. N- Q may Q !! QR M gf W g ' ' M'i'S:?f?1 .5 9 by Q 4 in H 2 z v. 1 Q Z 'v' 1 u N n N, ,L v Q - A Q N K 3 i ' K sw A 1 3 ' 5 K 'W 1 . Q1 I 5 " . J l STARLIGHT -- Eleanor and Paul catch glimpses of real night magic and dreams as they step dances. out between 4 '44 'i ,Q 1 15 Ad,.-W ,.z',1f-if Q Top Row, left to right: JOSEPH D. CLAYTON, General. l.l'I"I'I,l'I I"I,UXX'l-IH. . "1'l:l.i't" playa-il vnh lunslu-th:nll :ns t'r:-slnn:nn . . . VNXI4' l, 2 . . 4'nnlfIn't tight lnnm-work . . . lilws tlnnving tn Imniv I'1'iln:l . . . nsnnlly sl-vn with Nlillvr :intl llwssh-I' . . . "Uh yn-Inf" . . . SHI! Xluytit-Ill .Xu-,, II! ,... THEODORE G. COOK, Academic. ASVICNNIHN. "I,1wn-r" pl:i4x't-fl frnsli ZllI1I snph l'mulIl:lII . . , pruiitl nf ,Xrlnltlls . . . .Innv lllysnvll, :intl fum' iil'l'.Y fun , . . lmwling tops his list nt' lnfhlfivs . . . " Ili Ann?" . .. liltiln-1-fls 'Il-1 r:v'4-, 220. Bottom Row, left to rieht: JOHN M. CRAWFORD, Academic. ST. .I ICIIHXI IC . . . ".l:n'k" IPIZIXKWI I'4mtlv:all :intl run ti':n'Iq :ls :l fl'l'SIIIII2llI . . . Innnn' stnlh-nt ...t':u'4-rs S4-ton, tnnn tish. :intl "I .XI-ulugim-" . . . in-iglut liftm-I' nlnl :artist . . , looks I'lll'lYJll'4I In joining Ihv xIZlI'lIlt'S , . . 4339 I'1n'tl:unl Nt.. Ill' .... JOSEPH J. CYDYLO, General. ST. I'Il.IZ.K- I1If'I'II .... 'Elm-" pI:u.w-ml nlinlge-t I'm1th:1ll :ls t'rush . . . lllllill' nnnl hillllllllllilll . . . gut hig kivk on-r 'IEP fuutlrnll x'ir't1n'y on-1' IIJIIil'lSlIll .... Innv .XlI4vsm1.:nnl "IiIn1' Rimini" :unungg t':lx'ul'it1-s .. K1-ntun li1':lx,x' . . . 420 X. Iii-nwuml .Xu-., 24. Top Row, left to right: ALBERT W. DABROWSKI, General. Il1ll.Y RUNARY . . . "Xl" was in tht- VSXI4' 2 . . . gm-s for Notre Ilznnnf, Huy .Kn- tlnniy, :ind Slum-Ilvy XYint0x's . . . "1'nt it ont" . . . lvigggm-st thrill wus IVIITUIIIIILI '49 I,2liit'l'Sllll timtlnzxll ytlllll' . . . T33 N. IiIOYl'I' St., 24 .... MICHAEL F. DAILEY, Business English. Hl'll LADY UI" HOOD t,'0l'NSl4lI .... "Klum," was in the t'SBIl' Zi . . . ruuts for Stun Kenton nnll Ililgllltll' . . . loves that 2:40 In-ll ... likvs tu spin flisvs , ,, H02 Vmuuksiv St., Jill .... ROOSEVELT D. D'ALESANDRO, Academic. ST. I,I'IU , . . Hltuusil-" was 1'IlItIl'lll2lll of thu N4-nicn' +l:un'v vmlilllittm- . . . USH4' l, 2, Ji, -I . . . Imhhy is imlitive-1. ut' vnlirsl- . . . II2lI'I'.X' .IIIIIIUS rrmtvr . . . " II4m"s it gguin'1In4I".. . 243 .XIIH'l'lIIJll'I4' St., 2. Bottom Row, left to right: CARL F. DAY, General. STAR HI" 'I'Ill'I SHA . . . " Il:l'v" was on the swinnning :intl vnln t'mvth:ull tc-:uns :us :l trusli . . . rmats fm' Inns Aung:-Ins Ruins :mul Iinth Iitrlllflll . . . "Listen .l:n'li" . .. llill Iinttl-i',v Ave-.. Ill' .... JOHN F. DEVANNY, Business Eng- lish. .XSVICNSIUN ...t'.luhn"1-:ix'ni'twl t'u1'tln- ll'Ill'Ii tm-:lin four ,Vvnrs . . . vnh t'mnth:1ll I . . . Uklnlwnnl fun . . . rl-:nls .Xl Vnpp . . . gm-s fm' .Iulinny Imng Jlllll It' . . . " You know it" . . . NU! W:11'n'i1'k Itrl., :Ill .... FREDERICK R. DIEHLMANN, JR. Business English. ST. AHXICS . . . "Skip" was :lssistnnt smfinl vlinirnnln fm' tht- VSNI1' . . . vnh tlmtlrzill I . . . lnirsm- slmwnlnn ...like-s tiny l.n1nh:a1'1ln nn-I Ill-ris Imp' . . . " Wvll l'lllw1l:urn" .. . I Ilnttun Vonrt, ZW. Top Row, left to right: PAUL R. DISNEY, Academic. s'l'. XX'll.I.lAAl . . . " Iliff wus :i tour your liziiidmziii . . . l'SBll' l . . . liloviitioii il ..., l1l.VYl'4' footlmll iiiziiingvi' 2 . . . wri-stliiig' 2 . . . foiiil of vlii-iiiisti-y, sli-i-lv l"2. :uwl outing . . . iiitvm-sti-il in inmliriiiv . . . "Nay tlwri- lull" . . . Joii Rook till-ii Nil.. 25? .... WARREN C. DODA, General. S'l'.Xli ill" 'l'lll'I SEA . . . UxV1ll'l't'llH was in the FSHC' 2, Il . . . fzivors liliw Moon . . . loans towulwl metal shop . . . likes to l'l'?lll . . . " Yi-ali" . . . Till li. Fort Avo.. ilo. Bottom Row, left to right: JOHN H. DORAN, Academic. ST. MARY KIHYANS . . . ".l:u'k " c':ivo1'fwl for the jxiyu-1' :lull v:11'siU' sticklllm-ii . . . VNKH' l, 2 . . . lists Stun Kenton :mil Juni- Allyson :is fsivoriti-s . . . lilo-s lmrtivs . . . "Inlay it cool" . . . lilfb Ruiliioi' .Xu-., lil . . . BARTHCLOMEW J. DUERR, Academic. ST. 4'l'It'4'll,l.X . . . "li:11't" lilies olul mrs . . . VNNIK' I, 2 . . . Kloniif 'l'ow4-1' l'lIlNS i'm-pin-si-l:t:lfix'1' . . . Iilu-s to fl1Illl'l' :xml miss- 4'Illll . . . lull:-s ri '.,.. 1 - 1' v.. i.. . lhiplisli . . . 1'll.lfl.V1'll Nlllllllll'l' svliool . . . "U.K. you gllyf' . . . Ull lllXxl!ll N1 In Top Row, left to right: FERDINAND C. DUGAN, Academic. ST, MARK . . . -' lm.-' was on tlim- Sl'Illlll' xivtivitlv 1'UIllllllll1'l' . . . CSMK' 4 . . . Aiziyxw-n' sowvi- 2, 35 . . . l'llli footlvull I . . . liulpli l"l:iu:1,u:i11 ili-voti-c . . . "Klom. can I liuvi- tln- l'Ill'H , . . lli Kenwood Avo., QS. . . . JOHN R. EDELEN, General. NT. ICIJXVARD . . . W-l2ll'liy' was ill VSBH' l, 2, 33, 4 . . . plays "nlu"' . . . lik0S S0Ton,pl1ysi4's, Illlil lllllllllilll . . . Zlllflllllblllllg for 'l'Y show tlirillvel llllll . . . HlYll:1l C :sro you Qllllllll ilofu . . . BSMT xlvllli'llUSTl'l', lli .... FREDERICK SOA xt J. EIKENBERG, General. NT. K.X'l'll l-IRINIC . . . " Ike" was an 23, K stvllui' ziflili-To . . . "All Al2lI'f'lIlll4lUl"y in lmsi-lnrill . . . svt shot 3 Q5 :irtisr for lulslii-Tla:ill 11-:im . . . l1ll4l0l'SllllZlll footlnzill . . . likvs I k, f" 4 rn ilu' lhlil Sox , . . QUT lf. .lL'll4l'l'SUll Sf., 3. gi ... Bottom Row, left to right: '? Q ALEXANDER L. EMERSON, Academic. HT. lil'flCX.XlllXl-I . . . 2 ff ' 6' "Al" wus zu flilll' f'l'2ll' VSM1' man . . . Iloris, tliv om- :mil only Q ik . . . Yaiiigliziii Xlonrov :mil Liz Svott run- liigli . . . "l'm still lYJlllilllj,fU . . . 4104 liilmoinlsoii Avo.. 29 .... JOHN C. FAIR- ' BANK, Academic. ALI, S.XlN'l'S . . . "l'iilggn-" was :1 "H:l1'l" lnwlaxtvi' for four yi-:urs . . . 4-ross l'1lllllfl'f' 2, 4 . . . j:1yYvv fool- lmll l,3l...1'SNlC 1, 2, ZZ, 4 . .. f:1vo1'itvs:i1'v liilc Spots, skating :uml im' l'l'01l!ll . . . "'l'l1:if's flu- way if goes" ...- 15507 llilvm-Ny Ili-iglifs AVO., T .... GORDON A. PATH, Academic. ST. RUSH ill" l.lNl.X . . . i'1io1'1l" wus lll1'llllPl'l' of "Gael" lnlnil for flllll' .X'l'IIl'S . . . UNMC l, 2. Il . . . rlrools over pork chops :iiifl l'lSllll'I' XX'illi:ims . . . faurnii-i' :it lii-nrt . . . "St:i1'flusT" . . . BUS Nil:-ll'X'Illl' lq1'Jl4l, 2-7. PRESIDENTIAL CONFERENCE-Mothers' Club President, Mrs. Arnold, here checks over a few details with Mrs. Emerson at the Fall Card Party. . 'iS?x wr 'Wm ly W if v :W H' , Ffzgkm, walt I 22?4:'?Wyi'0 ' fi?-L1-f 1, fp' ,M ,Q 12 v f f-4w,, ,Q 'wx "Q, fix? x ,A , Q - vnfiajj.-Q ' w f w., 3535? x ,A b w 1 ' f'3?fiaA'- -' if-:fy 3 - if 5' I -f ' . 1 3 If 1 'E-' X ,, KJ - 1 f, Top Row, left to right: FREDERICK M. GREENWELL, Academic. ST. MARYN. HHYAXN . . . "1"1'm1" was iii Thv VSX11' fum' f'l'2Il'S . . . likes 1'm11lm:i1l :iiifl lizislwtlizill . . . iisti-ii to Huy 1,miili:n'1ln , , , swm-ot mi " With My Hy:-s Wide Olivia" . . . flili H:i'vwmu1 Ifml., 12. . .. JAY J. GREWE, General. NT. i'1.1'1N11'fN'1' . . , "Sonny" lll211i1' .Xll xiilfyiilllvi sown-1' iii his Y'uui'1h .vmir . . . Niuuiit 'l'nwor -1 . . . 4i:iyx'4-v suwvl' 2. Si . . . yn-:it hm-lp tu :1 su-vnlll-11 lYl'PS11l'l' . . . "hwy 11lt"Y.l't' nuts" . . . 254124 A1:i1i:im:i .Xu-., 27. . . . PAUL J. GROSS, Academic. ST. 1S1'I1iNA11lX1'i . . . "I':1nl" was :i four 'VUSII' USR11' lllilll . . . -illllilll' I'1'mi1 Vmiiiiiiltvv . . . l'2ll'k'1f' missm-11 :1 flnnm- . . . shlggl-11:ii111 Il, 4 , . . likvs To howl . . . 325 Wihlwnml 1'ky., 251 .... DONALD A. HASS, Academic . . . "lion" was :1 l't'!411101l1 . . . KIIIPIHI l'hi 4 . . . six-lnziii 1'1mt1r:ill1-1' . . . liopvs To lwvuiilv :i liUi'1Ul' . . . f:iYu1's lhnris lhiy :iml frim-11 vliivkvii . . . girls . . . i,111S1Illl':11l, 1':i .... RUSSELL A. HALL, General. ST. Ii.X'l'll1'I1I1X1'I . . ."1lm-" was Sl'll1Hl'l'llllllll111l'll1Il1l...11ll'111l'4i lyv thi- Sl'l11Hl' 1'1'om . . . pzirtizil to spzngiwiti :iii-1 lvliysivs . . . l11l,1U'V4'41 Ql'III111i111U1l . . . 21517 lf. R11-r:i Sf., 131, UAEL URIDMEN-After a season of intensive training, the varsity men, Joe Antkowiak, Henry Strempek, big Bob Antkowiak, Tom McMullen, and a hockey star, Biggs Harrison, try relaxing at the Football Dance. Bottom Row, left to right: HENRY P. HAMMANN, General. ST. KATIIARIXIC . . . "11:ink" was :i IllUlll1il'l'0f11lt'2Z411l'1ll1P...SH1:10lll'il1l'1il'1l :mil Hin-i's l'1i:lil11n-l's . . . Senior 1'i'uiii wus biggest Thrili . . . " 11's imiiizitl-rizil to lllvu . . . 2104 4'1ii'twmi-1 .Xu-.. 112 .... EUGENE A. HANEY, Academic. HT. 1'A'I'Rll'K . . . "tim-iw" was in the VNN14' i'o11i'yv:1i's . . . futura- lllnrilim- . . . 4-irioys lmssiiigg :mini lout'- ing .,.r1iiv1u-ii putpio mzikvs his mmitli lVIl1l'l' ....- 415 S. Wnlfi- St., Stl .... JAMES G. HARDING, General. ST. 'l'l1UM.XS . . . "Jim" was ll 11111111 lllt'lIl1H'l' for I1 ya-:irs . . . fmvthzlll :mul Notw- 1l:l1llt'. . . VSBIK' 1, 2,14 , , , "Nl'll10l' i,l'll1ll.-. .. " You hmm' it" . . . 114211 1'1v:ns:m1 St., 11 .... JAMES B. HARRISON, Aca- demic. ST. AGNES . . . L'i12ll'1'j'H m':ivn1'Tm1 :lf lit'1:l'llSl' on thx- Iiewkvx' 1011111 for two vm-:ii's . . . Y1l1lk0l'S, i11ll'll1, :uni Ruth Iluniziii with high . . . hzwkstop for Vzirsify Iiiiiglers . . . 52114 XY. North .X ve.. T .... GERARD J. HESSLER, General. ST. FIQANVIS . . . ".loi'i',x"' was 3 y4-urs in VSX14' . . . rluss 1'vpi'vs011t:lfivv Z5 . . . l1Sl1I1114Y sm-vii with iiiilytibll :linl Hillel' . . . 111111 lxzlsm-1m1l . 2235! 1'4-ihzim Ave.. 111. SEEING DOUBLE-No, your eyes are not deceiving you. Those are the Krupnik twins, John and Steve. with Ferdy Dugan and busy Jerry Pessaguo between dances. 1 2 1 i X is PURPLE FANS-Walt Weber, John Stall: ings, Bill Staley, George Mezardash, Top Row, left to right: RAYMCND G. HILD, Academic. NT. ANIIQRHSI-I . . . "Huy" was ::n ill'l1'l' sm-lmnl w-nrkt-r ,,,, Xrmy lmuutl . . . nmvit-gm-1' . . . Sl2:lllll'll Slllilllll'lt'l' ut' tht- t'wvtlw:lll tt-:nn . . . 350043 Uzlkfol'-l NYU.. I5 . . , TJIARTIN R. HITTEL, General. ST, t'l'X'l'Il.l.X . . . "Nl::rt1v", Il iluppt-r tln-sst-1' with :u tlnrk wan-, llllll :1 j't'll fur sports . . . :lt't4-rnunns ht- juggh-fl si-ilns :xml Ilt'l'SHllllllly . . . i'll.lin.x1-nl llI1't'Tlllg In-ulvlv , , , llnluq-S tu lvl' ll lll:lt'llllIlSl . . . Lllllll ll'1'SlW1m4l AYP. Bottom Row, left to right: WILLIAM HLADKY, General. ST. .XXlllll'IW . . . "Hill" ran truvli fm' twu yt-:Ars . . . vuh t'outh:1ll l . , . llllll'2t'l fnmtlmll 2 , . . that l':attt-rson gnnu- in '49 . . . listhi-r llvllllillllN :tml Math ratt- . . . Zllll llvliltlt-rry St., 5 .... EUGENE W. HORN, General. ST. .llflltllllf . . . "fit-in-" was :u mt-mln-r uf sum-1-1' vlmlnps . . . IlSll2Ill-Y st-1-n with Klvllullt-r :mtl Xlc-l'Intm-v .,., i:lyx't-t- sm'r4-i- 12, -i .y. . . .Kim-s lirntlu-rs . . . t'Wh:it van .um thi :mlmut it" . . , . . .. l..-N1:u'ruIl Nt.,--ll. Top Row, left to right: JOSEPH B. HUGHES, Academic. STAR Ulf' 'I'lIl-I Sl-IA . . . 'Ulm-" was il VFNH' lll1'lIllN'l' for Il yt-:mrs . . . sticks with lltxlll l-urns...1-lljuyslullglzrlltu trips. . . Stun K1-nton mul .Iunv Ally- snn st-ntl him . . . Hilti l':nt:ll-svn St., Silt .... WALTER A. HUN- GELMANN, General. ST. ISICRNAIPINIC . . . 't'l'm1y" was :1 lmnul lll4'lllllOl' 4 . . . l'SXlt' -l . . . fmntlmll tlzlllu- C0lllIlllll't't' Il . . . villas fmvtlmll l, ,i:lyx'm-n- trzwk l, 2 . . . favors Math mul Huy l4llllllI1ll'llU . . . 519 Xu1'1n:ln1ly Aw-.. 29 .... JOSEPH E. HUNTER, Academic . . , "Juv " was tht- pn-sitlollt of tht- l'1lllll'l'll 4-lulv . . . Play Stugt- xl1llIIl:jt'l' Il, l . . . lilu-s Math, lizulin, :intl lllUl0,Lll'IlIlllS . . . VNBI1' I, 2, 21, 4 . . . " lf I get my livm-mu-" . . . lllwlulil-YII, Nt-W x'tll'li. Bottom Row, left to right: RALPH G. JAVINS, General. ST. l'llHl'l..K . . . t' linllnh " was um- ut' tht- guhl mlust twins ..., iauyvvt- tlmtlmll l. 2, I5 . . . vruss- t'lIllllll"Y :mil j:iyx'm-0 :un-l v:nl'sity hast-lmll . . . lm:-s llllllllllll . . . lwpi-s tn lin- on :I l,Ill'lIl . . . 220135 tiurm-t Ave-., H .... NORMAN A. JOHNSON, Academic. .XSUICNNIUX , , , ".luhn" was nn tht- l.itth- 11:11-ls footlmll tt-:im I . . . ,i:ayx't-t- tlmtlnznll 2, Ii . . . lPlIl'Yt'4l fm' .Xrlvutus .L .X .... inrlustrinus . . . ggmul nxiturm-fl . . . -lux .Xvnn l'o1ll't, UT .... CARL W. KACHAUSKAS, Academic. NT..Xl.l'lltlNSl'N..."Nt:1vk" XY1lSlllllll'l'gxll' I, I . . . t'lllI ll-1-tl-:ill 2 . . . likes llIlllllPlIl'f1t'l'S :mel 'l't'llS . . . :ispirt-s lu 1-ut:-r xlIIl'4Vl2lll1l . . . usually st-4-ll with ln-ight . . . "gut your hmm-- lX1'l'li'. . . . Ttlil All'llt'lll'y Nt., JIU. Freddy Keifers, VVilliam Cummings, Ray Versaggi also turn out to pay tribute to the fall sportsmen. Top Row, left to right: JOSEPH N. KARCEWSKI, Business English. STAR Ml" 'l'llI'I SHA . . . " Hanky" wrvstlwl in his sn-vmirl yval' . . . vrl-w I , . , niiflue-t liaslai-tliall l . . . c-nh fnntlvall I . . . lows trim-ll l'lll1'iil'll anil frm-n4'li frivs . . . favors typing . . . lilws tn rattle liahnlini- . . . ISSH William St., Jill .... CHARLES J. KASTNER, Aca- demic. ST. BICKXARIP . . . "i'llIlS-' was a fnnr year lnissinnnian . . . stnulvnt vonnvilor 2 . . . vafe-tcria n'ol'kvl' . . . partial to Hui' Linnliarilo . . . N anlu-0 tan . . . lngggvst thrill was g1l'IUill1lllll,1l . . Hll 4io1's11l'l1 Avo., IN. Bottom Row, left to right: CHARLES G. KENDZIERSKI, Academic. I.l'l"l'l.l'I l"l,UXX'l'IR . . . "Jay" hails from the Belair ruafl sovtimi . . . VSBI1' 2, Il I . . . intraninral haskuthall L . . . 1n'vt'ors Uriols, i'lll'llllSll'f, anil Sammy Kaya' . . . " Do you serious" . . . 315554 fillflllltlllf Avi-., lil .... WILLIAM S. KENNY, Academic. S'l'. l-ILlZ,XlilC'l'll . . . "Bill" is a great track enthusiast . . . Track 2, 11, 4 . . . Vrnss Hinntrlv 2, Il, -l . . . FSMQ' l, 2 . . . inclined to hillliilllv ninsiv . . . linllvt fan . . . f:1vo1'soystv1's... llll Ellwoml Avo.. il. Top Row, left to right: FRANK L. KIRBY, Academic. ST. MARK . . . A' Frank" llrl-xv tho Quill m':i1'tom1s in his funrth yn-ar . . . Ni-ninr prnnn uolliiliitlw- ...VNXIV 1.3, 4 . . . cull lxaskvtlvall l ...lllYl'2lllllll'2lilIllSk1'ilHlli2 . . . favors Huy iAlllIl1lill'0 anwl .lnnv Allyson . . . UH N, l'1'usIawt .Xu-, 2' .... WILLIAM F. KIRKNER, Business English. I.l'l"l'l,l'I l4'I,UWl'lll . . . "Blawg" was a four year nlissiunnian lic-lair roail lmy . . . likes llixivlanll lllllSlt' . . . favors spagllvtti annl nn-atlialls . . . l'hils fan . , . ll-ans tuwaril IND . . . " XYhat's this" . . . 2s2JZ Lake Avo., li! .... CHARLES B. KOBAL, JR., Business English. SAVREIP lll'I,Xli'l' UI" MARY . . . "l'harlii-," a iylllllilllli lmy, thrills to Stan Km-lltull . . . lllllllly go hu-klv . . two .vc-ar VSRH' nlan . . . 0ll'l0.YS t'riv1l 1'llll'li0ll anll lliljlllltll' . . . " Fly wit' it" , , , liflii iil'2ll'l'l2lllli .XX'l'., 24. Bottom Row, left to right: ROBERT L. KOHLES, Business English. ST. I-ILIZAl+!l-I'I'Il . . . "Bula Holi c':u'm'twl tm' tho Al2lf'YQ't' travlc anil vross l'1lllllll'.Y tl-anis Il , , . flirty sazlillvs anll vllivkml . . . vnli fnotliall ansl liasv- lmall . . , " l'Irv's a now lmyu . . . 525' X. l.ak1-wood Avi-,, 3 . , . , PAUL R. KOWALSKI, Academic. l.l'l'TI.l'I l"l.OXVl'fH . . . "lin- l'ifPl'.. likl-s tn Visit Hsst-X nn won-kvmls . . . USMC l, 2, Il . . . 1875 l fl" xg. ff 2 ff . rn -5 ,,4'i 5 490 ii 320' PE, me cull liasehall l . . . howling 2,21 . . . stivlis to iiilflllbllt' lligh . . . lilws howling anwl Nunth Baltixnorv partivs . . . "l'l0l1ty artiul1" . . . 38434 K4-ntnrky A vo., li! .... GERALD M. KOZAK, Academic. NT. Rl'l'lX . , . K'-l1'l'l'f'.. hails from " llnnflalk" . . . roll l'4ll'iil'i lmf' . . . ll-ans toward l'ilt'lHi5l'l'y anml n-liiclwn . . . USMC l, 2, Sl, l . . . liaslu-tlwall manager l . . . lmlws to vntor Maryland . . . "lim-o1'gv" . , . 2302 Ynrkway, 22. MORCEAUX CHOISIS-Bob Stachllra here tries his version of French on patient fellow compatriots of 30. X fo If 1- J. .42 ' 1 i iv? H' Q34 JOHN M. KRUPNIK, Academic. NT. MARK . . . "-lllllllm Wire uu flu- S4'liiur:l1'1lYi1'x' 4-uiiiliiiitvv . . .1'NKll' llllll'l'l' I . . . Mount 'l'uu'e-1' I . ..gulf1f.fl, I . ..ll2lSli1'Tll1lllf . . . lHlXVllllg II . . . stick- witli Tlu-ui liiiwls . , . " Nlust im-ImIiIAx"' . . . fill Alilltlvll Vliuim- l.:iuv, QN .... STEPHEN J. KRUPNIK, General. ST. MARK . . . "Stun-" roll:-il fur flu- x':ii'sit.x' :null ,i:1yx'vn- Imwliug ti-:luis ...VSKIV I, 2, 25, I .. . S1'lll1ll'JI1'TlYliIY l'UlllllllTf4't' . ..I1:1skvtIi:lll I ,,,1'YU uu-uilwr , , . l':ix'ui's I':SllIl'I' Williams . , . " llclv wit " . . . Till Klniilm-u Vliuivl- linux-. Qs .... JOSEPH C. KVARDA, Academic. l,l'l"l'l,I'1 l"I,4JXYl-Ili . . . 'Mlm-" uns :l illblll' ya-:ir IIIIS' simiuuiu . . . Ni-xi' York Yuulu-if fun . . . l'lll'llIlSiI'lV :ulilivt . . IPl'l'l't'l'N SIIIIIIIIIX' K:i,vi- Zlllll Al1ll'll.YlI Xluurm- . , , lniggvst Tlirill wus N4-uiui' l'ruui , . , " Yi-:ilu 1I:ul" . , , 540110 Ki-utlu-ky .Xu-,, III. . FRANK H. KVECH, Academic. ST. I1I'IIiNAIIIbINI'I'S . . . " l"r:iuIa" is :i sun-ll guy Iiut luis :ui iuf:-1'im'ity voiupll-x . . . lik:-s girls Inu lm-I'1:i's"ilu-Iiuysu...vii-joysput:iluvs:1llfl frivil vliivlwii . . . " lm! 's out nut" . . , JIIIISI W, I"r:iukliu St., 229. . . . JOSEPH W. LANAHAN', Academic. S'I'. .XI'HI'S'I'INIC . . . " Iii-nk" Imuwts vuli Inns:-Inill le-tt:-i' . . . ggrzuluntiug wus Ivigggga-sl nu-uu-ut . . . sl-Iifl sn-iulvi' uf Huy .Xiitlioirv :iii-I Vu .... "'I'i-u: nu-ss:-v XY:iItz" , . . Yniiluw- fun . . . I-iilmlxwwl lil-riuziu Vluss . . . llzniunw-V. Xlvl. SLUSH AND SNOVV-N0 weather daunted these early schol: ars as they headed for that 8:40 class. .gm S I i ..,,, " 'W 'lu . III - E' I .J Bottom Row, left to right: PAUL T. LEIGHT, Academic. S'l'. l'.Xl'I .... "-lzxkit-" was vursiti' guuiwl on 1'li:i1iiIiiulisI1iln 1-li-W-ii ..., i:lyx'v4: trzirk 2 . . . lilu-s tu 1-ull:-vt guns . . , Iviull-gy :uul 'l'i-X Iii-iuflw Imustvl' . . . 4':iu't gg:-f vuuugli ui' 1'lllll-Will-C'2ll'lll' Illlil lluris llzly . . . "gmt si-i'iuus" . .. ITIS! l,:ni1x':ili-Nt., ICS .... GERALD H. LIVERMAN, Academic. l.l'l"l'l,I'I l"I,UWl'IIC . . . ".Ii-i'rIv" was vziptuiu ui' vzirsity wrvstliug squzul ..., i:i4VYm-v fuutlmll 2, Il . . . VIII! Imsv- Imll I . . . sm-ului' iluiuw vuiiiiiiitti-1-1111111 . . . p:n'li::l tu typing, urziiilu-s :iucl lI:ii'i'v .lriuu-s . . . IIIIS Iii-lziir lill.. IIS .... WILLIAM A. LPOINIIBARDI, Academic. l,I'l"I'l,I'I I"I,HXYI-III . . . "Junior" wus tnvkli- fixture- nu YIll'SIl.V foutluill 1l':lIll fur tliri-4' yn-urs . . . -IJIXYOI' fmxtlmll I , , , varsity wrvstliug Zi, I . . . VSMU 2, 3, -I . . . wilmlon-i'slI:i,11li1-iii,i':itl1ulim- lll:Jll1lIl1l".Xll:1l'l'. . . . " llvj' Hill" . . . IIIUT HlI2lIllI'lIl'li Axe., ll ,... JAMES E. LONG, Aca' demic, HT, ISIGIINARIJ , , , ".Iiiuuii:-" rluulili-fl :is city-wiflv Jlllll Nlouut VSBII' pri-xy . . . x':ursit.x' Izwimssi- Ji, 'I ..., izlyvvv I:u'i'o:4ru- I, 2 . . . vuli funtlizill I, 2 . . . IIIISIIIUWS IIIIIIIIIQJPI' uf Quill . . . vii:-liiistl'y:1ii1l uiutli ruli- Iiigli . . . Nluuut 'l'uwm-r s1:ili'4 . . . Iiuru with ilu' gift of gulu . . . ri-:il wu1'i:lli14' . . . H14 lf. filhwl St., IN. . . . JOSEPH W. LORENZ, General. ST. MARK . . . ".Im"' was IIll'Illlrl'l' of tlu- 2:40 vluli , , , VSXII' Z, I5 . . . l'2lll'f forge-T. flu' llI4'IIlllI'1Illl1' I'::tti-rsuii guuu- uf 'ISI . . . luwliegv fun . . . 1'lI,iuf'S st:-nl: :uul uu-4'li:iui4':il ilrziwiug vlziss . . iviwui-I ut' Ihituiisville' . . . Iii Vi-il::i'w4.ml ICJ.. Qs, NEWCOMERS-Tyros of the 'Sl scholastic year here pause for the Hash on opening day before starting the big pull. fu- Top Row, left to right: JESUS LUACES, Academic. RHSIIJI-INT . . . '-l'lllllfh.-" NYMS l'l'SlIl0Ill lMrXYllllQ Ulllllllll :ls lillllilll' . . . l+l:l.vl-ll 1'l'Sl1l0lll llmtllllll Jlllll Tt'llIllS . . . VSRI1' l, 2, Il, 4 . , . likes To Illllllllbll To l'l-rl-Z l'l':l4lll . . , wlllllll like To ll:lvl- I'Il4llU :llill Ava Hzlrllllvr :ls :l lllvlllrlv . . . ll .X-vm-srl-l':ll1 ST., ll:lY:ll1:l, llllllil ..,. PATRICK A. McCOLGAN, Business English. ST. MARK . . . "Pnl" wzls fl four f'U2l1' lllk'llllil'I' of the CSMV . . . Sl'4'l'4'l'211'y fm' it Ii, 4 . . . ll4lllll1'l'S Tlw wlllx' lilly l.lll11lllll'llrv SlVlllQS Il lrilfllll . , . l:llVlll'S frillll vllickeli, l'iiYl1lll. :lilll pvlllflles . . . "ll'l1:lt the lll'l'li.' . . . lll livlllllllllllt Ave.. 2' .... JOSEPH M. MCDONAGHY General. SAVRED lll'f.Xli'l' . . . "Bl2lf'l'i-- I'2lIl for tlll- vzlrsity fl'2ll'li lllillll . . . -IIIYYPQ' l'll1PllHlllQ'l' . . . strung tm' lilV0l'S 1'll:lllllll-rs. .lIll1l' lfllssl-ll, IlI'2lXVlllQ. llllll fril-ll Ollilllwli . . . l'l'ilflS Nllzlkllspl-:ll'l' . . . "lJ:lg1 goin- it" . . . llzl l'l:lT:l, Nlll .... JOHN J. MCENTEE, General. STS. l'llll.Il' ANIJ.l.XRl'l-IS , . . ".l:ll1lq"l'l:lillls gglwllllle :ltiull was lllA,2'JLll'Sf tlll'ill...l'NM1' 1,2 . . . keen Hll Gil Nlllllflllx. lfstlll-I' lVllllJllllS, :lllll ilIl'lil'f' . . . fullll of flmfllzlll . . . l'SIll'l'lPlll.V Notre l3:ll1ll-'s l'lt'Vl'll . . . " lYllo's gut Tlll' 1ll1y:si0s" . . . 291355 llllllfllljlflhll Ann, ll , . . MICHAEL P. MCHUGH, Academic. ST. MARTIN . . . "Milam-H was lllblllll' stlllll-nt . . . VSMV l, 2, ll, l . . . Top llnfvli 0l'ill'Ul' . . . L'1l.lUf'S llllfl-l'illg' culltvsts . . . wlislll-Q llilflll. Stl-:lli. :lllvl Nw-tt's writings . . . "SllCll is lifl-" . . Zllfl W, Fllirlllollnt Ave., 223, LOYOLA TROPHY-Thomas Moorcones, MSA hurdler, here receives from Father Murray the Loyola Meet Trophy as Coach Bill McElroy readies the trophies. fy l Bottom Row, left to right: THOMAS B. MCMULLEN, General. ST. .XI'1ll'S'I'lNl4Z . . . "Kimi" grzllqlll-ll lilll' tlll- x':l1'sity win-sill-iw ,,., lIlf'Vl'l' gl'illlll-l' 2. 52 . . . VIll'Slf,Y flmlllzllll-l' 4 . . . llissillll lllilll l, 2, ZZ . ..swlml1s 4-vl-1' listlll-l' Willhlllls. l'lllt'lit'll, Zlllll Hil Al4Illl'lll' . . . " Willis gut 1llvllll.vsilfs"... lillcrillgll, Blll ..., GEORGE J. MAEX, General. l.l'l"l'l.l'I l"l.UlYl'Ill . . . "l'llll1l" is Iilll' uf llll' lil-lalir li1Hlllll0f'S , , , VSKH' l. 2. Il, fl , , , Spike Jnlllls lillll . . . ll2lIl1l7lll'gl'I'S :lllll lXll :llllll-:ll Tu llilll . . . " lluw 2ll'0 yllllm . . . BNT5 lilllllillll AVN.. lil .... ENRIQUE MALDONADO, Academic. " lilll'llH'. was on Tlll' ,ill-vvl-l' Zlllll VJll'ill4Y Slll'l'lll' IS, l . . . six lllilll l'USlllf'Ili flnlflnlll, T1'IllllS,l'IlS1'lb2lll.Illlll llzlskvfllzlll tlwlllls . . . VSMV l. 2, Il, 4 . . . lilllfllil Vlli vil-1--Illwfxlv . . . l'l1lllllll'T NYIilf to :1l'Ilflll1lik' . . . "NH l'lly11p" D . I STA .llll'g'l', 5:lIlTll1'l'1' .... JAMES S. MALONE, ACK- demic. Nl' .XHXICS , . . "Jim" :lsI1il'vs1lflll- :l s:lilllI' . . . "Bly llI'2Il'T Vries l"l-1' Yun" , , , lilly l,4lll1ll:ll'1lll Ilifs lliggll lm llis llit 1l:ll':llll- . . . l'lll'llllSll'IX' Jlllll llllll'll . . . "lin get 'l-lil" .... 7 202 Ulll l"l'1'1ll'l'll'li llll.. 21? .... JOSEPH H. MANZ, Academic. S'l'. lllflll- NAICIPINIC . . . "xl!IllX.' wus ill-ws l-flitllr :lllll l'l'INlI'il'l' ul' tlll' Quill IZ, -l . . . Klllllllt 'lllwlfl' stzlfl' 21. 4 . . . VSNIV l, 4 . . . f:lvlll's Nvllzltl-l's. sllft 4'l'illlS, Illlll lillll' l,lnllli:l1'llli..."l.:lllg1llfllrpl-iilTs" llllls lil-lxll-ll llr.. 29. PENN RELAY SPOILS-The smiling Mile Relay Champs are Charlie Snyder, Bill Kenny, Mark 0'Hara and Hank Strernpek. I we "" if SPRINTERS' FINISH-Heading Patterson to the tape are Bobby Benzing and Top Row. left to right: S. DONALD MARANI, Academic. ST. l'RSI'l..X . . . '- lb.-n" wnx tliirfl IVt'1ll'4'l2liN vim--pi'--xy . . . VNNU' 2. 4 . . . looks for' wzirll to lllfllllllg llll!lIIll'.Y . . . "wait till Tlw iivxt 'll-lwvssmii . . . Zffil l'1itlvv llill .Xu-., ll .... GEORGE J. MARKS, Business English. HI lf l..XllY Ulf' NIT. 1'.Xl'IXllCl. . . . "Hi-m'gv" Iilavs Nilllllljltlll tln- lmrvm, VNNIV 1.2 . . . is svlll by "ll:-vp l'urpl1-" . . . li lll1I'1llllf' .Xu-., Sl. Bottom Row, left to right: FRANK G. MARSHALL, General. M4 DNA S'l'l'Ill Y . . . "Slmrty " Iv':uY1-1l:lp:H'l intlu-l'lnristn1:nszussvilllflx'4...1l:u1w-ooinlnittvn- l , , , VNXIV I, 2, Il, 4 , , . x':1l'Nit.v l'l'llSS'K'l'llllll'.V 2, ll . . . xnrsitlv trzwk 2 . . . snlinl for Npilqv -IUIIUS, .luiiv llussvll. :uml swinilningl . .. .- . . , . . . "An :sway ww go , . . .Lill Hlll l'rml1-i'u'k lfll., LU. , . . ROBERT J. MARTEL, Academic. ST. .XXX . . . " Hull" pzurti f'll'2Ill'1l lll VFNH' l. 2.31, l . ..:avi1l fun ol' Hom- Krupzl, llutli lloulnli, Illlll rzulio . . . l'IIll.l pn-I Ullllllgll l'llll'lit'lI . . . "Hilo llll' lfxqf' , , , fllfllf lh-lil' Ht., IN, Top Row, left to right: J. THOMAS MA'IHAI, Academic. ST. lillllilll . . . ".lvi-ry" lvilull-ll Qllill :ls 1'u-wlllrvl' . . . l'l'lml'T1'!' fill' S:lIllv ll . . . Klnlllll 'I'uwl-r s1:1ITI!, I . . . VNMI' l. 2 . . . fm-tlulll, lmsluftlvzlll l . . . "1':in't S1'4'lll to lnngli illl-V uloru-" . . . lllzl Lupino , . . gm-s south mi lll'1Illlll lsuttor :mil 1-1-ll-ry :null t'lll'l'SL'l'Illi1' . . . " You'i'l- ' " ' 3 Y ' ' l :l gmail kill lllll you sh-:ll . . . ,LL h. lu-iiwmul .Xu-., Ll. . . . ROBERT E. MEEHAN, Academic. ST. IJOBIINH' . . . " Hola" p:wl-fl tln- V2ll'Sllj' lrawk ll'2llll . . . l'l'USS-l'llllllll'.V . . . v:u'sil.v luis- lu-tlmll . . . VSNI4' l,2...sT114ll-nfvuiillvil2...4l:m4'vvullllllitlvv l ..l'4lllll of IFNl'll1'S,Tf'lllllg,Illllll'I'l04l hum .. .US1-1-y:n in vliurvli " . . . RUST Rlzury .X vv., l-I .... WILLIAM J. MEIER, General. HT. .XN'l'llHNY . . . "lYill" spout Twu j'l'2ll'S in 4'NNll' . . . f:ix'ui's liuiwloii .ln-nkins, Ava ll:ll':lm-i', :xml friwl t'lll1'li1'Il . . . "Bring liuvli 'l'ln- 'l'lnrill" . . . IHIIIIUS lilllillillll :ls f:lx'uritv spurt . . . Xl-tw ll1llIll'..."'l'll3ll'SlllL'gl'l'!lll'Sl.'... 5324! lC:ulvl'lu- .Xu-., li. Bottom Row, left to right: JOHN I. MICHEL, Academic. ST. ICIDWAIID . . . "-lim" was tour .Y1'iIl' Mission lllilll . . . listm-ns with Ullvll l'Jll'S to Yillljlllll Nlunrm- . . . " lla' Xl-v l,m'v" . . . Inu-s Tliosv muslim-ll Imt:ltm's :null 'wus . . . Nutrv llillllt' . . . "lic rigllt lv:u'Ic" . . . ZZTUI llurll-m .Xu-., lli .... JOSEPH M. MILLER, JR., General. ST. l'I'Il'll.lA , , , "Put" mlm-sift miuil pliywivs 211 :ill . , . gms li1-Ug1-l-gNix'i- with Stun lil-Html . . . " lil- Bly l.uvv" . . . km-i1 on Iilivzllwtli 'l':lylu1', stvzlk, :null footlvzlll . . . "XYl1:1t vlm say, rut" . . . limi Vhisliolni Iill., lei .... JOSEPH W. MILLER, Academic. " XYilli1-" wus Kzllvllzi l'l1i lllQ'llllll'l' 2, Il, 4 . . , stullvnf voiliwil 15 . . . VSNIK' 1, 2, Ii. 4 . . . x':l1'sity swimniing Illlll I:lvi'nssm- 2, Il, I ..."Nm-ntilm-nT:lIM1-"..."lil'lUliHlf"...5:1l1 .llmii l'ul-:tn llimv. Mark 0'Hara. Top Row, left, to right: THOMAS J. MOLESKY, Academic. ST. lil'jNl'IlJIt"l' . . . "Tom" was fielder for eulls l . . . plays the piano . . . CSMP l, 2, Ii, 4 . . . hopes to enter college . . . " lf" . . . H llo you seri- ous" . . , Apt. No. 935, Uaklee Village, 29 ..,. JOSE L. MOLINA, Academic. "Pepe" was an active Kappa Vlii ineniher . . . CSMI' l, 2, li, 4 . . . resilient all-star . . . hails from Mexico . . . has a particular liking for girls and ears . . . hopes to go To Boston College ...' Yucatan, Mexico. Bottom Row, left to right: PAUL G. MONAHAN, Academic. MUNAN'l'l'Ilt Y . . . "1'ork". an Irvingtonite, was tackle for the eulus l . . . VSMQ' l, 2, Ii. 4 l . . . ikes German :intl French fries . . . "Tennessee Waltz" . . . H04 Massaellllsetts .Xx'e,, 229 .... THOMAS F. MOORCONES, Academic. "Mark" was a inemluer of Kappa Chi . . . CSMP 1, 2, Ci, 4 . . . varsity 4-ross-eountry anll track 4 . . . hopes to go to l'niv1-rsitqv of Virginia . . . 4' I 'in serious" . . . l'arr'ellVille, Ya. 'Iop Row, left to right: J. DONALD MORPE, Academic. ST. ll1JMlN1lI . . . "lion" A was taekle for the eulfs l . . . tirst liaseinan for cub lminglers 1 l . . . likes .lune llaver, elieinistry, and going to parties . . . "VII llt'll'llZlm . , , 251229 XYeaVer Ave., l-l .... GEORGE A. MORRIS, Academic. ST. l3l'IRNARlJlNl'l .... "Scrooge" was on student 1-nuneil Ji . . . USMC l, 2, Il . . . inifllield for jayvee lacrosse 1 C . . . goes for German, Orioles, and French fries . . . "Shut up, Y wan ya" . . . :moo w. imnlkiin sf., :ev .... ALBERT 'r. Mox- co' l Z LEY, Commercial. MUNAS'l'l'IRY . . . "Mox" was a liuksman k rg-, il, 4 . . . likes any kinml of foocl . . . roots for Notre Dame . . . I f V rn " When is the hell going to ring" . . . 445 Yale Ave., 29. w I E., A, gt .115 . 7 , .l Q CX sf . X ' A .KN Bottom Row, left to right: JULIAN J. MUSOTTO, Academic. ST. BIGHNARDINE . . . "Julius" was in USMC I 2 I4 . . . likes football and fried 1 7 ehieken . . . prefers Spike Jones and "Tennessee Vllaltzl' . . . 25314 W. Franklin St., 225 .... EDWIN B. MYLIN, Academic. HT. RITA . . . "Nook " was halflvaek on varsity . . . jayvee and Little Gael grillelers 1, 2 . . . partial to ilaneing, fried chicken, and Saininy Kaye . . . "t'oul4ln't happen to a better guy" . . . 124 Yentner 'l'ei'raee, 32 .... LEANDER S. NEVIN, Academic. ST. 'PIIUMAS . . . A' Bunny" is a real hepeat . . . USMC 1, 2, Il, 4 . . . loves spaghetti . . . amateur lvoxer . . . tiene Krupa and jazz . . . "la-t's dig' out" . . . SHT XY. Ililrll St., ll. 1951 COMMITTEEMEN-Jimmie Goodwin, Jim Dunnigan and their dates take a bow after successful production of the Jun: ior Prom. f ,- Q- Q rf ,X l .HQ . V Hi" " ' A 4 , L Top Row, left to right: WILLIAM L. NEWCOMB, Academic. ST. MARK . . . " Hill" 111'-111-1'11'1l 1111- 151:11 1111' 11111 1:1l'N1T.1' 111111111-1' 11111111 . . . 11':111s1'1-1'1'1-11 11-11111 1'111I1' ...4 1:1.1'1'111- 11111-k1-'1' Z1 . . . 11k11s V111-1111s11'I1' :11111 1111- 111'111111l41'11 111111111-11... 11111 S, S-1'111111g11111 .X1'1',, ZN .,.. RICHARD D. NOVAK, Academic. ST. 1'.X'l'1111'1i . . . " 1111'1i " 11:14 :1 1111-111- 111'1' 111' 1111111 1111- '-111111111 '311 1'1111111:111 s1l11:111s . . . ,1:1-1'1'1-1- 1111111111111 :111-l 1:1111'11ss1- Q . . . Y:11'si1'1' I.:11-1'11ss1- JS, 1 . . . "1 :1111'1 '11-11111I" . . . 3:1171 111-gin.-r A111., 211, . . . JOHN E. NUNN, Academic. 51. N1.X11K . , . "S111'1:11i11' .l111111" 11':1s 1'11:1i1'111:111 111' 1111- S1'Il1l1I' 1111111-11 1'11111111i11111- , . . 1111-s11i:111 1 . . . 1':111111s1'i111- 1:111 . . . 11111 1111111 111 111111'SX11' 1. 2, 21, 1 . . . 1'1111t11:11111r 1, 2 . , . 511-:111 . . . 111.7 111111111 SI.. Ze ,,.. THOMAS D. 0'CONNOR, General. 14'l'. MARK . . . "l'11111" 11:11 :1 :1l'2l1I111l'1' 51, 1 . . .1'1:1ss r1-11 1'11r VNX11' . . . 1':11'11rs 111111111g11':11111-1' 111111 11'11rki11g 1111 1':11's . . . 1-11.111-1's 1:111i11g 11i1'1111'1-s. . . "1S11l11111-1. :15g:1i11 11111:1y" . . .31 W1-11s .11'1-., 24. . . . FREDERICK J. O'DONOUGHUE, A141111-111i1'. "1i111l11y" wus :1 1111-11111111'111' 101111111 V111 . . .1'SN11' 3.11, 1 . . . sk11111s :1r11111111 ill il 1111111111 . . . HXY1111 My 1'f.1'1-4 XYi111-111111-111' . . . "1,11'1- :1 1i11111" ...I1l.'1.X11i41111S1., N. XY.,W:1s11i11g11111,1J,1', CANDLELIGHT-Memories stirred by a fall dance are here caught in the bewitching Hickers of candles. Bottom Row, left to right: ALFRED J. OTERRALL, Academic. ST. 11'lI.I,I.1M . . . "M " 11.15 l11i1115l 111.111 1111 ,1.1.1111s .11111 1.Ilhl1j 1111111551 11, 4 . . . ,.11.111 1111 1'1111s. ,1:141'1'111-, 1':11'sit1' 1'111111.g111 1, 2, 51, 1 . . . 511111111 'I'1111'1'1' I112lll.,.1'SA11'1.ff,11, '1'....'xl111 1i1111N.-...H119 N.1'11:11111l- gg:111- .xX1'., 251 .... JOHN G. OGAITIS, Academic. ST. 1'l-f'l'l'l11H . . . ".1:11'11" XYIlS1ll11SiX11' 1, If . . . 1'11111w1'111' Nll11'Q' 11:11111- . .. 11111-s 11111-1111s11'1', 1'1111111:11l, .I111111 .X11is1111 :11111 51111111 . . . 31113 li1'i1111:11111' .111-., Sill .... ANTHONY B. OLESZCZUK, Business English. 11l'lC1,,1l1Y11l"1J1111I11'11l'X1'I1 .,,. ".11111-1-k" wus 111 VSKII' l,L1...st1'i1-11y:1 I'11lis11 1'11111l 1-:111-1' . . . 111:111s 111 :1111-1111 1111' l'11i1'111'si1.1' 111' K111'1':1 . . . "Hun 1111., 11:111" . . . 121311 .X1111r1- Ht.. I1 .... BERNARD L. O'NEILL, ACademiC. ST. 111CXl'I11I4"1' . , , "111-1'11i1-" 11':1s 1111 A111l1IIY 'l'1111'1'1' s1:111' 1. . . VSN11' 1, 2. 51. 1 . . . N1'Il111l' 1l:1111'1- :11111 11111111141-1' 1'11111111i111-111:111 . . . s1111l1-111 1'111111' 1'11111' 1. 11,21 . , . "1111 F1111 Sl'1'11lllS.. . , . ENN 1i1'1'1'11111'111 .111-.. 1211. . . . JOHN A. OSWALD. ACademiC. 1ll'1i LADY 111" 15111111 4'Hl'X1'11 .... "Hx"11':1s1'1111.,1:1'1'11-1-:111-1 1':11'sity 11:1-1-111111 . . . 1'1111 :111-1 1111111 15:11-1 11:1sk1-t11:111 1, 2 . . . 1'll11 111111112111 1, Y . . - "'l'1-11111-ss1-1- W:111x" . .. 12121 111111 S1.,1111. JUNIOR WHEELS-George Vaeth, Jim Burbank, Tom Strassner and their dates here turn on the charm for Hashman Brother Aubin. can uf' 1'1" ,ffm .4' ,145 1' '4 x Y xg mf' W 5 :V , ' F ' lifx Mig , 5 . 1 X ' n 'G' ?fQ-T,.-'X13f1'fi"' fx? B ? V2.1 ."3?'1:r'W'-'-If-.m 'E 'Til iv 13? 95 Hx y 1 f ga: 29, 43 , V A H. , QM, xc. K.. ' .3. .,,,....,, ,Wm X + 1 1 ' f ' 1 W I ,M fm ' in Q ,wif . 'my ., ,atm f .V .Aw ,f V Top Row, left to right: SALVATORE B. RANIERI uns :I IIII-IIIIIIII' I-I tIII- svn-Iv IIIII-Q I':IIIiI- :IIIII III:I.':II'I-III . . .. .I , , IIItII 'II-II . . . -U N. NI:IIIII'I':I ACadeI1.iC. N'I'.1'II.XIII.ICN. III tx II lx tIIIII Xl Il III III III VNNII' . . . t':IitlII'III III tlII- I NH X III IIII XIIIII I ' I ' IIIINsI-II SI-III' IIIIII , , I-IIIII I IIIII I I IItIIIII IIIII III II IIQII I'I.IlIy IM.. N. Bottom Row, left to right: EDWIN J. RHOADES, General I 1 II XI I I' I N I'I:II'I-IIIIIIII .XxI'.. N ..., HUMPHREY D RIDGELY JR Aca il QIIIIII-III IIIIIIIIIIIII-I' :Is :I tIIsIIIIIIII Illlll IIIIIIIII INNI1' I. 2, ZZ . . . 'I'.XI.K.X'I'lX I lIIl1IlI IIIIII IIIN IIIIIII IIIIN w:IitIlIg t'III' 2:IIl IIIIII II demic. .XNIIIQNSIIIN . . . " I II:III tI-:IIII . . . IIIIstII-s III .XVI llIlI III s IIII IIINI II III IN I IIIIIIIIIIIII IIXXII IIIIIINI IIl1IxI XXI NI' .. . 534345 .XsIIIIIIIII'I:I- IIII., 27. 'Iop Row, left to right: MASON K. RIELY, Acadenuc XIHN XXI I l I I IN :I IIIIIIIIIII-I' Inf IIII- t'IIIIIII:III sIIII III III III tIIIItII III I ... I'I-:Il III'III':It . . . III:ItII IIIII IIIIP it I-IIIIl" . . . IIII Y:III- AVI- JOHN J RITTERMAN General. STS. I'IlIl,I.Il' .XXII XX I s III III-I' III' IiI'I-:Ikf:IsI I'IllIP . . . INN I'YII IIII-IIIIII-I' ..., I:IyI'I'I- II:IsIItIIIII l4IK1SfIlt !:IIlIII-II...241l2 NI:II'.vI:IIIII XII IN Academic.. . "I"IiIII'III"' .. I ll ItIxI II S I Ix':II'II tII :I IIII-IliI':II I':II'I-III' . Ill Illllllhl I I IIIIIIIIIIIII :IIIII II:IskI'tII:III . Nl IIIII Nl IIIIII RIN IlIl1'I'I1l If1I'II. Bottom Row, left to right: ROBERT G. ROEDER, Academic I XI Xlflx I x :I III'I-:III ,IIIIIIIII-I' fm' tIII- tI':IIII It IIII IIIIXI INNI4 IIIIII -I:IIII'I- I'IIIIIIIIittI-I- III:III . . . I':ItIIIIn IIII I- I, I, 2 . . . It'2lllS tIIw:II'II I':IIIIII llltl tIIIIl IIIII IIII Ill XIIIXIII .X vI-.. rw .... JOHN J. ROSENBERGER General I I X I II ICIIIXIC . . . ".IIIIIII" was :I ' III IIIIY INNII II :IiI'pI:IIII- IIIIIIII . . . HI1:IkI-sln I gf I t':IitIIt'III t'IIlIIIIvI-I' III' VII-VI-I:IIIII II Ili .... TERRENCE H. ROSKO General NI I I I! XI I III " I4IIIIIl" wus :I sI-IIIIII' I'IIIIIIIIIttII III III ISXII III:III:IggI-II ,I:IAI'I'I-I- Il1II'IiQ'.Y 2 .. IIN X11 III It trips . . . tI':It IIIl.Y . . . "IIIx I'IIItIIII ' I X lllll .III-., 24. Top Row, left to right: BERNARD W. ROTTMANN, General. l"11l'lc'l'l41l41N Il41l.Y Nl.KK'l'YRS . , . " lit-1'11i1-" was il t'1'1-1- styln-1' 1111 ilu- s11'i111111i11g1 tt-:1111 . . . lmt rml . . . l1:11'ti:1l In lNll . . . SllHli1'Sll!'1ll'1'1lll sI111l1'11t "Star lP11st" st-mls l1i111 , . . "You lumix it" . . . llti Nl111111t St.. 254 ..,. BERNARD C. RUCK, Academic. ST, INDNIINIV . . . " R1-lv" was :1 Sl'lIltll' 1f11111111itt1-Q 111:111 , . . 1'11l1 t'4mtl1:1ll l. Il ... will lll'Y1'I'fl1l't2l'l tl1:1t ll':1sl1i11g1t1111 trip , . , gm-s lllll' l1l11-:1s:111t Jlll1l llioltrgj' , , . VNNU' l, 2, Il, 4 . . . -Ifillfl ll2l1'l'ol'4l lfll.. ll. Bottom Row, left to right: F. ROLAND RUPP, Academic. BlUXAS'l'I'IlC Y . . . ' li11l" lilu-s :1 littla- ut' 1'Y1'l'j'llllllQ Zlllll :1 lot of scum- things . . . will 111-V1-1' gt-t tml lllll1'll ot'SI1ili1-.I11111's:1111l lfllfll litllllilll . . . USSR' Il . . . 71 not tlmsn- 4li1'1-s . . . li X.1'1llx'1'1' NT., LJ ..,. JOHN RUPPERT, JR., Academic N'l'.Xli UI" 'l'lll'I SNA , . . "Nitm'l" was tlu- 1i:11-l's 1-l:1i111 tn swi111111i11g flllllt' . . . HSA lll'4't'Sl.Vll' 1'l1:1111p . . . spvntls luts of ti1111- in l'il'114llil.Vll . . , Ntumlt-nt l'1111114'il411' 2 , "l'llf if lhllf liulf' . , , ll! lf. llQ'IIlll St., Il, Top Row, left to right: ANDREW J. RUSNAK, General. lIHl.Y ICHHAHY . . . "'l'i11pg 'I'i111" 1111s :111 l11111111':11'Ix' lIlt'lIllM'l' ul' the Qzlll l'llll1 . . . :1111:1t1-111' 1-l111t11g1':1I1l11-1' . . . sw411111s 11x'v1' 'lwQ'll4'SN1't' Waltz :1111l l4I'l'll4'lI fries . . . "Yon 111:111" . . . 2511! l":1it Avv.. 21 .... CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Academic . . . "Russ" wus il lllllll' j't'2lI' 1111-111l11-1' 111' six lllilll gritl tm-11111 . . . x':11'sity l:u'1'11ss1- -4 . . . l'l'Sltll'lll l1:1s1-l1:1ll 1111-l lmskm-tl-11ll . . . swi111111i11g 11, w . . . Killillll l'l1i . . . VSNU' l, 2, 55, 4 . . . ulllll ,going l1o1111-" . . . Wz1sl1i11gtu11, ll. V. . . . RALSTON B. RUSSELL, Academic. ST. liHRXARl7lNl'I . . . "Hil1y" wus il lvig lllllll 1111 Sltllllll' :wtivity l'Ullllllllll'l' . . . firlll' uw-111' 111is5i1111 lllilll . . . p:114ti11l to t'll0llllSTl'j', s11111- ht-1-f Zllltl IXII 44LsT11l11I 1Nl'l1lt1111 ll! 'll ..- . ',-- .1 . ' . . . 'tk H ,,,.1.-1's .,..., Bottom Row, left to right: XX Q JOSEPH F RUTKOWSKI Academic. ST. l'Il1lZ,Xlil'I'l'll "Joe" is zi lIl1lVllll" 1-11tl111siz1st . . . lou-ll lllill 1'l11'111 l:1l1 . X "1i11tt:1 work t111l:1.x'T' . . . l'2ll'l'S in llllllit' 2:4ll lwll . . . "I Almlo- pile" . . , sp:1gl10tti :1111l 1111-:1tlr:1lls . . . lllll S. litlllltllll St., 24. B . . . WILLARD D. RYKOWSKI, Business English. S'l'. Vlilill 2, Il . . . suft 1111 4'1':1l1s Slllll lmnkkvt-pi11g . . . stut - 1 1' ' 1. ENT , . . "Will" was :1 111o111l1t-1' nt' tl11- 111'1'l11-st1':1 . . . VSBIV l. lm Ill 1111111111111 IN :1 vlllllllbl' . . . lvilllll 22, fl . .. lil? 'l'l1i1'1l .X vm-.. 27 .... T. HOWLAND SANKS, III, Academic. NT. .XNTIIHXY . . . " ll:1l" w:1s 4111 tlu- 1lm-l1:1t111g tt-:1111 llll'1'l' f't'Ill'S . . . l'.llll'llllHIl 2, .L l . . , U1':1tn1'11':1I uu11tvst 3. IL, fl . . . ll1':1111:1ti1's 2, Zi, I . . . 1-1lit111' ot' tlu- l'lIl'lll1' :1111l l'l'1'Zllll...l'SAll1:.ii, l . . . t':1v111's I'1'1-111-l1 . .. llt-tlslain llilll 1 . . 411113 lgg,1.1i,.,,, 14:,,,,.' 13. I-INAL WORDS Prefent ot Studies Top Row, left to right: EDWARD C. SAPPINGTON, Business English. N'l'. liIflfX.XIIIP . . . "Sup" In-:I-lwl flu- lll'g'iiIll uf l,1'l'1'llK"Y . . . VSNIV I, 124. -I I ittli 1' ii IN fmitlilll ' :ull Iilsx Irull I I4 llis tum url ...f 'I1'.' Z-...' I."2 ...'2.' 'Q' Vzitliuliv lligli . . . likvs In Imwl . . . "Xi-w" liulx' . . . IIHIG Ilmiu-stu-:III St., IN ,... GEORGE M. SAUER, Hi-iivrzil, Ul'II I,,XlJY UI' NI'l', I'.XliXll'fI ,,,, "Iii-111154-" was in thi- VSXII' I . ., wut:-rs I4-swiIlllilillg1:ll1rI typiiig. . . Iiigggn-NI thrill wus Q1l'2l!llI- :itinn . . . " Wliiiw got the- Iioim-woi'Ii" . . . im-mln-r nl' tln- 2211+ vliili , , , NSU i'lIlHil'l'Il Axim, ZI ,,,, PAUL J. SCHEEL, ACadelTliC. I.l'I"l'I.l'I l"l.UlK'l'lIi . . . "l':iuli' llllI'lI'4I for ilu- Imsi-lrslll i4'2lIll 'I ,,,Vigi4x'x1-1- lui-4-lmll Z1 . . . VSNI4' I. 2,I1. I , , . Hull' I, Z . . .Imlu-s In Illllll' pro Imll . . . Init'-Q IlUllIt'IV1ll'li . . . "As :I li1:it1m-i'ot'1':u't" . . . :wli I.:iIi.- Aw. 116 .... WALTER J. SCHENNING, General. 1II'Ii I..XlIY UI" NI'I'.1'.XIIBII'II .... "Walt " wus in thi- VSRII' I, I . . . 1':nxors Iilli-I Illijllllrll . . . l'llvIlif'1'1l lllilill . . . tlirillm-:I Iilv 'III l':l1ti'l'sml fmltlmll Qllllli' . . . "Wa-ll, what you ggminn ilu" . . . IGI! Stillwater Iiil., LII .... WILLIAM J. SCHMIDT, JR.. ACadeIIliC. ST. .IA NIIQS , , , " Hill" was :In-liaiting siwii-Tj' iI'l'2lS' im-r JI , , , VSNI1' 1, 114. ,.1II-Imti-2, Il. . .5ill4l1'Ili vmiiivil LI. fl . . . vm1Iii'1m-II iiigwni nut . . . 4'llt'lllINil'VX' ggi-iiiiw tlmt Ili-lii'I vxpn-vt lull to Inv still stun-lilllu . . . l'lIIIllINlIli iiimln-i's'r:I1'x'vw Iiim . . . I-lII.i llnlllluulx HT.. -. INTERMISSION-Smiles of VVaIter Hungelmann, George Buschman, Frank Kveck, John Michel and their dates add to the happy spirits. me Q " . ' fir 4 . , . K X ' xv .i 'fax - X .41 I 1 f- q A gnu-If ...-1. Bottom Row, left to right: RAYMOND M. SCHULMEYER, Academic. ST. AXIJIKICW . "SvIi1ilIz" plzixvi-:I ill ilu' Imliil ful' TVUIII' yi-urs . . . VSKIV I, U. I . . . Imwliiigg Q-ntliusmft . . . lists IIllHiHQI'!lIDllvV :is Iiuliliy . . . Iiiggvs! tlirill wus Iinvinp i'IiIm'im- I-xplmlv in vlivni lull . . . "I'Iiniiv'x"' . . . HIE! X. Volliiiggloii .Xu-., I3 .... W. GIRARD SCHWESSINGER, JR., Academic. S'I'. INJNIIXII' . . . "li!'l'l'.I'H v:ixm'te-il fur tin' I:1m'i'ossv ti-:im 2, II, I . . . uutilmirs lun-i' , , . XIII! frat . . . Iilu-Q ilzuiviiig tu Iiixn-rs l'Ii:iniIn-rs inusiv . . . I-:its spugglivtti swim-tliiiig livin- , . , QIIIIT .Xrliiigti-ii .Xx'1'.. II. . . . JOHN J. SDANOWICH, General. N'I'. ISIIIHIII .... InIin1iy" Imile t'roi111':ilitnlu :uifl iszi wftl-:ill t':in .,,1'NNl1' I ...gm-s for iluvli soup :mil N4-tr-in . . . Inu-s In flnliwv . . . Iiigge-si Ilirill wax ggl':ull1:lIi4+il . . . "Xl'l1:uI'vI1:u Illllllllllq . . . NIII N. llvvkvi' .XVI-., 2l. . . . DALTON W. SELVAGE, Business English. NT. IiA'I'III'IIlA INIC . . . "1':ipI. Yiili-ii" is :I gn-:nt lIIV1'l' ut' tlls- Itziliun fiimls . .. VSNIV I . . . IIHIIIIA' is lIUI'N1'N . . . thinks l"r:ii1kiv llillllt' is Ilw grvziii-st . . . Inn-II iili'SX4'XIllx R gills . . . IIJIII 1'ui'kli-lv .Xu-.. 13. . . . EDWARD N. SHIPLEY, Academic. S'l'. .MINES , . . " IMI" WZISKIII Il1o-"l'urplc- :mil 4'i'e-nun" . . . VNNII' I, 2, II, 1... liunil I, 3, Il , , , Hi'vIivsti':n 21 . , , IM-Initv I, Z . . . Iilswiltiuii :null Uru- Iorivnl vuiiti-sf 3 . .. lPi':mi:ati4-s I ...1'11IifimtIi:ilI I , , , " Ym1'I'i- W,-UH.. Ilriitln-r" Iillll Yortli Iii-li-I IIII., 250. ,. . PERSPIRATION TIME-Donald Morfe, John Paulus, Bart Duerr and Hank Strempek wait:it:out. .- u . M 'Z' ' I '24 yi ,Q 2 , is 4, Nm , a""f'uM,. f A, LM, P g A 4' M 3' 1 'ui 9' FRN awww MN! A sf ' fr al R 353 lx U5 W-',,. fx 4 V'1'f ffrX if uf? ,uf ,V ' 3' , ga .GS AFTER THE DANCE-Jim Franz, Bobby Meehan and their dates show the col: legiate swing as they leave the hotel. i Top Row, left to right: JOSEPH A. STANIEWICZ, Academic. lI4rI.Y lc4:s,xHY . . 'Mlm-" wus in tlie- 4'NXl1' l. 2 . . . vulv ffvntlmll l . . . 1-iijiilvs sports :mil 4l:lm'iiig . . . :wus for Xutri- lmmi- , , , lijfllllllilllllll tlirillvfl liiiii . . . Qzllv vluln nu-nilu-1' . . . 302 S, Wqisliiliggtim St.. ill ,... JOSEPH L. STANKOWSKI, General. ST. l'.X'l'lil4'K . . . Finn liuils tor Ilu- IIJll'lSll NX'lIl'l'4' :ill ,guml ll'l4llllll'll live' .. -4, ., U .. . . , tmvlt .i . . . lilws In slumt pool Illlll nntvli ti-lm-visim-ii , . . tlirilli-cl lvllkillljl l"i'1-iivli . . , lim, lin- l':i1il's iiwn lim-oi'gv Wzisliing- l'1llI . . . flfl l'ill'l'1 Sf., Ill. Bottom Row, left to right: JOHN M. STERLING, Academic . . .".l:u'k" vsiim- tu ST. ,luv in liis,ilil1iui"x'i-:ll' . . , lull-py go luvliy . . . lilws stvrili :iiiml liillliilly lllllSl4' .. . VNXH' 21,4 . . . Kzuppzi l'l1i . ..",Xi1i't gut llllilllllgm . . '44lli Wnmlvlifl' Vuiirf, SllYl'l' Springs. Mil .... JOHN J. STEUDL, Business English. NT. NIA llli . . . 'Hlnvli " was on flu' gulf ti-:un 4 . . . lvzisi-lmll l ...lvziskvtlnxll l ...VNMV l, 2 . .. svrviwl' flzmvn- l'l'llIllllTT1'l' . . . l':iwii's Huy lniiiilvxiiwlli, vliii-ki-ii :ind " lf" ..1'rv:itnwI zu l'lll'1'l' :ill luis own fm' golf . .. lI!2l'lw1'rV1l1-ll lffl.. ZH. Top Row, left to right: HENRY M. STREMPEK, Academic. SAVRICIJ lll'IAR'l' . . . " lllilllim SfJll'l'l'1l ful' tlii- x':irsit.x' frmtlrzlll, lnaskoflizill :lull Track squufls ..., -X ll Blzlrylzilifl in flu- tlirvv . . . likvs to lizivv :l gmail film- . . . VSBH' l, 2, Zi . . . sm-niur 1lC'flYllf'l'0lllllllfl1't' . . . "Tim lllllyll-' , , , lillf N. lilbllllllll Sf., 24 .... JOHN J. STRUBE, Aca- demic. NT. AKSXICS . , , A'-ll'l'l'f". was iii flu- VSBIV 1, 2 . . . NYU llll'llllH'l' . . . Re-fl Sox fun . . . f':ivm's Yziiigglizin Munrm- :mil Plstlivi' Willirims , , , l'll'lH.VS 4-:itingg pork 1-lumps . . . lviggvsf tlirill was lui-vmiliiig :i si-Him' . . . Nlf lil'2ll'SlIll' lifl- ill .... JEROME F. TAVIK, JR., Academic. ST. l'IlilZ.Xlil'I'l'll . . . ".li-rr,v" was 1-li-4414-il fusili4l1'1ii1'u11l11'il 31 . . . VSIXH' l, 2.15, 4 . .,,i:iyx'vulr:1s1-- lazilli-I' . . . "Star Dust" . . . Slll'l' nf' llzirrlv .lnmi-s :xml l':Slll1'l' Williams . . . wluwns flint fri-sli li:lm :null flum flings . . . " Who? l Xlvu . . . 5212 N, lillilllllill' Sl., 3. Bottom Row, left to right: JOHN C. TEWEY, Academic. Ul'lC l..XlbY Ulf'1ilJlllbl'Ul'Nl'll, . . . " llugi-r" plziyn-4l l'4mtla:nll :mil lvzislwtlmll l . . . .lIl'YX'1'4' srwvvi' 2 . . . x':ii'sil.v lamm-1-21, 4 . . . flllll'-V1'Ill'l'Sxll1 man . . . likvs to iluiiu- tu Hil Klmilwu-'s im-lmlie-S , . . runs In mzntli vlnss . . . "Wlm! Mi-" . . . l52I l'I. Fort Avo., 710 ,,... ROBERT J. THOMMEN, General. NT. ,XXTIIUNY . . . "Nli1lgi-" ll:ll'Til'l- pzitvrl in VFNH' zwtivitii-fx 2, 25, 4 . . . "l .Xlvrylfrgixi-" , . . favors lillfllilll Jvnkiiis, Doris llziy :uifl spzigln-Ili . . . looks lmck on Sl'lll!Il' l,l'lllll night fmiflllv . , , "NYl11i's got tliv ,Qs-ullil-fl'y" . . . 41117 Annfuiizi Ave., I3 .... EDWARD F. TILLING, Academic. NT. KA'l'llAHlNl'I . . . "l'Iil"jiii1ii-il VNNI4' in sm-vmifl XPGII' . . . Sufi rin Avu li2ll'lllll'l' :intl Il:i1'1'.v .lziimw , , , vi-gizy :ilmiit friwl 4-liil-lu-11 . . . "lf" . . . f2lYlll'lTl' ll2ISTlllll' is lmililig . . . 'ixxrlllll' say. YIITU . . . lflli N. Xliltmi Auf., lii. Top Row, left to right: ANDREW P. TIPPETT, Business English. HT, MARK , . . "Tip" put in two f'l'1ll'H :us Nlissionnialn . . . f'2lX'tlI'Il'4I with vul- yrillilvrs . . . lmskvtlvrlll I . . . lloris lluy ZIIIII Iinlpli I"I:ui1ig:iii lmvv what it tzlkvs . . . " YUll.I'l' .lust In l,ox'4-" . . , roots for the Y2lllIit'l'S . . . SIT HIHIIIIIIIIIQIIIII1' Avo.. QW .... KENNETH E. TRUTFER, Academic. 3lUN.XS'l'I'IIiY . . . "Kon" was in VSM1' I, 2, Il , , , pl:i.x'm-il footlizill I, 2 . . . Imskvtlmll I . . . grzlpplwl for vanrsity il, -I . . . "'I'1-iiin-ssi-o Waltz" . . . strong for Huy Ilomlnsnrilo, lilivulwtll 'l':iAvlor :mil vliivlu-ii . . :1 Notw- llnrm- fun . . . ISI S. Viilvor Nt.. ffl. Bottom Row, left to right: JOHN T. UHLER, Business English. N11 lX,XS'I'I4IlCY . . . ".l:u'li " plrlywl i':u'sity footlmll QIIIIIWI fl. I ..., I1I'VY1'l' footlmll 2 . . miilgvt footlmll 2 . . . lmml I, 2 . , . sl-1-mls lots of flllll' in Vntoiisvillu with :A vs-rtniii IlJll'I'2lIIll' . . . sm-on muvli with Yivvliio :uirl XY1-In-1' . . . IRG S. Volliiis .Xu-., ffl .... GABRIEL L. URBANSKI, Academic. ST. S'l'.XNlNI,.Xl'N . . . "l'rIis" vn- joyi-il stuflyiiig Spaniel, . , , VSNI4' 2 . . . varsity lzwrossi- 4 . . . lYl'l'STIIIlQl 2 ..., izuyvw- lzlrrossi- . . . lilws musiv of Iiilclio Til'l'l'S :uml .Inmf llussvll . . . " Arm- you for rn-nl" . . . IYlflHo11g4I1St..2lI. Top Row, left to right: RICHARD H. VANDOREN, Business English. "Yun" was lIl2lllIlQJl'l' ot' six man t'oo1Ii:lll1-r Il, I , . , ronws from Hoiiz:ig:u . . . lik:-s I.ouiv .Iohnsou with "Xing, Xing, Zmulll. Zoom" . . . l'l'i1-fl I'IlIl'Iit'll :mil SIl0l'IIlIllIlI ..."Wl1:ityol1ggot to 1-nt" . . . " What 'Will gut to I-:it U , , , VIIUVIY i'IlJlNl', 5I1I .... P. Business English. ST. 'VIIUMAS . . . "Viv" was on Svnior ilzinvo Ullllllllifivl' :mil STIHIUIII' 1'UIlIIl'II . . . VNBH' I, 2, fl . . . " IIZIVINDI' Lights" . . . Aizlyvvo footlnzill . . . II:imay-go-liicliy gllf' . . . "'l'l1vl1- goes your girl, limi" . . . IIT-'34 Ilvvm-li Avo., II. . . . CARL T. VOGELGESANG, Academic. ST. IlI'INl'lITIl"l' . . . " Iiirilsoiiu was in 1Ir:im:iti1's I . . . tzlvklo for villas I . . . thinks IvIISSlllg' l'Il4'IllISIl'j' wus Iriggvst thrill . . . gm-s for .lgino Ilussoll :lml SIIHIIINII . . . " Ilvho tolil you" . , , Illlij Sgiint limit-4Ii1-t Stu .up Bottom Row, left to right: JOHN C. WALKER, Academic. ST. l'Il.IX.Xlll'l'l'll . . . " llo:ik" joins-cl tho Iirt-:nlit':lst Vlulv Il , . . VNM4' I, fl . . . V2ll'SIi.V footlmll :mil l:u'1'oss4- SS, I . . . ,i:i.vx'oi- footlnlll, Imskotlnzlll, :xml I2ll'I'HSSl' 2, Il , , , Ufiootl lllllfllllljl .llillgn-" . . . that Now York trip , . . I- N. Hlovvr St., 124 .... JOSEPH J. WALLIS, Academic. ST. MAIf'l'lN . . . "Joh" was :ut 1-:iso with Inoolas, :1 follower ot' :ill sports, mul :I Init ot' :1 social ' lion' in thu llfflll' school hours . . . IRI! llollins St .... CHARLES M. WARTHEN, Academic. ST. WIIAIAIAKI . . . "t'hzix" plzuym-fl "XVillim-H in thu school play 4 ...VSNIV I, 2, Il, 4 . . . junior :xml SUIIIIII'1'lIIIlIlIIfi'l'l'S . . . 1'ill'0Ij' niissoil il 1l:unm- :it thi- Blount . . . IIUJITIIIQJ' I':ittvrson was Iiig thrill . . . " llo You st-rio1ls" . . . HIL? W1-stsliilw' IMI., 139, AP Q1 f-J A lv O '24, 1 Q8 ORE, NIP- 75 1951 WASHINGTON VISTORS-Ken Truffer, James Wolf, Carl Vogelgesang, John Garpstas and George Morris inspect the Franciscan Monastery. x Top Row left to nght WALTER I WEBER Busmess Engllsh I I I XIII X I I N I I I s IIIIII II X I XI RONALD J WINTERMUTE Busmess Englxsh XNI I XNIIIX I I III I N II IIIII' Il I CHESTER C WISNIEWSKI Aca Iuc III X S N I I I rs IIIIIIN N I sth ll Bottom Row left to nght JAMES J WRIGHT Academxc I II I XI I IIIII IX I I NXII I STEWART R WUNDER Academlc N I X XI BRI INI N II III I r I I N III mls I I EDWARD W YEAGER General XI III ll III XIII II I JOHN J YONCHA Busmess I If llkqs IIIINII XXIII I x U TH l95l SENIDR POLL II N II ll IIIXX I I Nt IIIII ISIIIII I I III I II I IIII Ill SIIIII I III III XIItlIIIxs1II IINII t I I II t XXI II IN III IIII NIIIII II ,I I X I IIIII I I 1 IIJIINII I I III JI QNNf U II II x Ixwlif II IN I Ibll NIIIIN 1 I N l IIX INSIIU' I xt IJIIN D 'xlISdllI III Ixt I I IIII IIIIIIIIII SIIII s Ist I II I XII I IIIIII xt I I XIIIIIIIII rl I IIN! I I I I X IxxfI.,I1IIII I NT I -X IN: I III II IIII Il II tx IIIII N IIIII Bob huhlns I II III IXIIII XX IIIII IlllllfI III IIIIIII XIIIIIII In IN IIIINI IIHIIX I IXIDID DIIIITII IINI t I Xl PuIItI X . ,' ' .- ' . I'.f2. . ' , I '. IIII. II...".' ng" " W:Ilt " was Ilis:IIIIIIIiIItIIIl witl :I 'll'IlliI'll :IIIklI- Ill XX'l'I'.'flIIljJ gm-s IIIII' NII:IpgIII-tti :I IIII IIII-:It II:Ills . . . "l1I- My II PYP.. . . . 'Il ' . . . :I WIIIIIIIT 'l'III'I-I' BIIIIIIIIJI-I' . . . wr-s ling 3, II, I , , , pI- ' I 3, li, I . . . tIIiIIIIs tII:It III-:Iting l':IttI-I'sIIII wuw IIIII g1I'I-:II-st . . . I'IIII1IIIittI-I-III:III . . . "lt's Nl:IgiI"' , . . WI -I' Bro. I". J .... I:III l'I'lIlI'llllII'l' t'III'I-YI-I' TIIIIT NII:IIIislI I'I:Iss . . . T26 VIIIIIIII' Iir.. " WII:It's .XII XIII.. IPI' 'XX'I'!.- . . . ZEIZII IIIIIII A 27 .... III .... . , ' . . . -' 'I . , ' . ' . I I' "I.'.' f "Ut " is just il III-:II'I- I "III, :JlI.X' I'I'IIIII IIIII l'iIIIlII'II I':I4I' . . . . . , "XXUlIlIII'.' gIII-- fI I' :Ill sI-:I ':IIIII' . . . IIIIX' 'III' sIIII't.' :II'I- -Isil 'III -'tII" . . , I':II'III's lI1,gI'iIl l4I'!',QllIIlll :IIIII I' - 'strlv . . . NIIiIIIIIIIIIgg :IIIII IIiIIi:II'Ils . . . FSB ' I, 2 . . . "WI I lIIIx'I- IIIItIIIIIg III s:III . . . "IIII, YI-:III" , , . SIIIIS lIitI'IIIiI-lIl .X ' -., IS. . ,. X'IIII" . , . lIIx'I-Il HCM ggI'I-:It IIII kkI'I'IIll:1 I'I:Iss . . . "li:IIlIliII" . , . N. ' 'I C. " . . . , . . 12211 I'II'I'lI- Ihr., 27 .... . , - " Yugi" I':IIIglIt IIIII' tIII- IIiIIglI'I's il, I , . . I:Irsit.x' fIIIItlI:IlI 2 . . . del ' . 'IC lI.XlIX' IIII' IEIJIJIJ I'IDI'XI,7Il, . . . "VIII-I" IIWIIIS ,I:I'vxI-I- lI:IsI'lI:IIl if . . . INN ' I, 2, ZS, I . . . I'I':IvI-s IIII-:ItlII:It' tIIx':II'II tisIIiIII,5, I'lII'lllI.'fl'.X' :IIIII Liz 'l':IylIII' . . . Hvlwllillkilljl' III' . . , lIIIIlIIIIg t'III' tII:It IIIII lI:IIl I'IIIItr:II't . . . thrills III liilllv I'1I'k- YIIII" . . . 'I l:I'IfI'l' l:ItI- tII:III IlI'X'I'l'N . , . IH' AIIIIIH St., :III .,,, SIIIIII , , , IIIIII XIII II- Nt., EI. . .. . , " JAMES O. WOLF, General. NT. Rl'l'.X . . . "Jim" was IIII IIII- English. NT. ,XI,I'llIINSl'S . . . " YIIIIIIII " was :I tlII'I'I- yI-:Ir I-IIlIs :IIIII IIIiIIggI't.' I Igrk' I".' I, 2 . . . 4IilXX'I'I' :IIIII I':II'.'ity llIN'l'I'4X' mis--'iIIIIII':III . . . IIsII:Illy 5t'I'll with IIC gg: ll . . . " I." ' . . . I. 2, il, I , . . " lfu . . . llll.' -Il IIIII' IIII- fIII 'III AVI-III' llIlI'kI"X' tI-:IIII IIlgI'vg IIIIIIIII-IIIIIII in ,I,I,,-,- film- n . U ,llmv All.-3 , fm, . . . --III' , , I " III-Iv" III .XIlIIIiI':Il HIVII., 22. I'IIlll'NI' It 's XII" , , , LUN 'l'I'I-IIIIIIII I' l.. 210, III- IIIII IIII' ..............,... -IIIII I' " 'f II'Il IIII 5III.'t fIIl' SI-I IIIII ..... ...... . III' I'I.'.'- ,IIII XI I. l,IlIlIll2ll'. ................... 'I' " l'II.' 'VSIII' ................. R. ', l' IIIIIIII Ill -It ......,. , ............ IIIII BI Ull'lll XII .' I-IItlI- IIIII' ............. II " 1 ku V- .XtIIII-tI- ,,...... ......... I I'I k .'t'- II-IQ Blu I y'Il ......,............... Al ."-IIIII-ki Wit '-N1 .......,,.... .....,, - I - I ' k SI -. III Wl'Il'l'.X' ....,....,.... -III' I ' 'i' I' NI' '-N .........,............, I"I"IIIk XYiI'I'lliII KI . lIikI-ly tII N II'I'I-I-Il ........ -I I"fr' NI "'II. 'NI ........................ Xviil '-I II' PII. l'IIlitiI'i'III .......,........ li. IV. I-.'IIIIIlI'II Xl I t l':2II' -xt ............ ....... I " I fl" 'III' l'I-I I ' -xt .........,......,. FI' IIIII' If' " I 'rg I'- t l,iIllI'l'l' ....................... l.III- .'I'X'ill 'l'IIll -. t, ...................... TIIIII IVI' IIII' IlIIIIgI'iI-xt. ..,,.... , ....,. Ri'l' 'I Xv'Ill IDIIVIIII .'lI ' -Nt ......................... 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Charlie NN':irthen and his date, .Nliss Williams. seem za hit dubious about getting' through the roadblock. SENIOR PROM 5l RESERVED DANCES-ln the beautiful main ballroom of the Emerson Hotel, Donald Morfe and Bernard Ruck put in early bids with their dates for the best dances of the exening. 66 TUXEDO ll lllll llfwlvnx-I-ff-lx':1t ai Nll'ilAYlllil ll2lll'llIIIl 11 My ll ilu I T4Is11l'xvx'1l1v r'--sul? lll- "l'1IllI"ll 4 mx Inns lnmtl1vl's lu-xx' tn- volll-1 l-11-la so "owl lllslllll tln lHIXYtll'l' lvlm- ol 11 1'lUNl'l' to Ill toll ll In- ll'rlllI1lt'll .lumix tlmf- slvlws. JUNCTION 'Gifs ,Q vu- f l!0l'Ol'I2'l' l'RIiSl2N'I'.-XTION - Bill Stallings, last EXCITING .NIO.'III2N'l'S- At the chancrons' table 5car's president. smiles as his date presents Mr. Arnold and Mrs. IV.-Xlesandro glance at the roses to President Tom Iiailefs date. the program as His Honor Mayor IV,-Xlcsandro signs autographs. . 1- ' " A2 - ' sr 5 1' s 4'4 1-' J 's 1 l' sl ll"', tlultv 1-lmxtlon llITf'l'lIlllI"lv'll :mil Tlu- wit llglnrs 1'lITiIll2l4'llTlIl'lIIN4'lY4'N ln lung' Hmm-1'.x tr'-'sw-s .mtl I Ilnliluiugi 4-lm--Ilx' vrwppf-ll ln-mls. Hlltsnlf- lt uns 4-H111 , , , 1-Mil :es 1Illl.X l"4-lf1'l1z1x'.x 4-11:1 li.-1-ol-l. lim K . . . x 1l1slll-- 1ln-- lulw-rwrn llim-I uaassiiiotlu-1' xwrlfl. an ' I xxorlfl ul' ll-1-lillg :mtl ax NX2ll'llllll Tlmt Malin-N ull ll4'lII" with NHIIIVIPII4' -l+':uI':1l1Ilw' in limi' midst wi' 3, IV1--mils. QM- 1 l'ROWlliNAlllf HlliHl.ltiH'liS-Here shown are only , zu few of the many loxclj dates who took part ' ' f in the Senior Promenade. Seniors James lfinuk. I K i, if , ! , licorgc liusthman. Biggs Harrison and .larry 5 I ' , , llcssler are dctinitely thcrc. Q ' 22 I A ,if . I .. ,Vi I f 1 67 A Y X lxx ,wif V ' , ' , ' A ai, m Vi Eg A gif, it K 5 Q , n , ,ix . QE' ggewa , vi K 1 sg, K Y M wi .YMQAQ 1 , ' M' ff? Q 37' .151 .Q 479:33 'W 'Q 1 i X " 1 . pq.- A fi 5' sig? E it QQ? xg .jf A'-2 'x Hz? 4 VL, "N'w U4 'J C . J 4 K1 K. .ff 1 I s -, FANTASTICS ,Q PRO.'Nll2N.-XDERS-John Conigliaro takes advantage of a delay in the promenade to flash lid Yeager, John Yoncha, Al Bartolomeo and their dates as they wait for the cue to proceed. M.-XESTRO MAGIC-Here Charles Hendle seems to he really casting a catch, as Donald Morfe, Frank Marshall, Ed Yeager, and Ed Brunner, catch the introduction to the Alma Mater. X A, yn? 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'1'111-s1- ffblll' 1111.11-1-1iv1-s 1-1111111i111- 111 11111111- 1111- 1'1-s11111111's 111111- 111 311111111 Nt,-1111-11sp11-11s11111 111111 111'11111111111- EIS 1111ss1l1l1-. lllillillljl' 1111- 1111151 111111111-111111 111's1. 111-111111111 is 1-111-11111-11511-11 111111 1111151111 111 21 lllillllllxl' 11ll1'Y 111 be 1411111111 111 El 1'11111111i1- s1-1111111. 1'11111111i1- 11'11i11i11g 111-1-1111-1111-s 1111 1111- l'1'S111tJ11T 111-1ivi1i1-s XYlll'tl11xll lll I't'Ql'1ll2ll' 1-111ss1-s 111- 111 s111'i111 111111-1i1111s. '1111 11111111 l'1111111Ii1- 111-11111-1111-11 is 11s p1'i1111- p111'1111s1-. MACARTHUR FANS-ln the library Ronald Langis, Louis Rodriguez and Pat Renehan scan the story behind the year's biggest headline. BIT OF JIVE-Frank Maldonado at the keyboard. John Dilli's date, Jean Steel, songster on Ted Nlack's TV Family Hour, suggests a number and Ray Versaggi and his date are ready. REFRESHMENT TIME-Chuck Frazier, Ray Ver: saggi, Art Pettipas, and John Dunworthy with their dates seem to really enjoy party:night at the Kappa Chi '51 style. x , i j 'nz-'PQ' 14' OF THE HOUSE Ntiulivs. ol' l'1Illl'N1'. ann- si-voinl iii iiiilwr- limxliliu.wltlvnll.lvuwlmll.1i':11'li.zmil Xllllllllill T llI11'. 'l'lwi'1- sire- alvtimlly H lllllll'N illlll 1111 nizrx' In-1-lim.-in l.l'HlII. 'l'l1e-sv ti-suns 4-uinlpf-11' 4-itliii llllllllivx ui' siilwiwise-il sfmly 1-:ivli ilziy. with ilu' lIIiliIllllll'2lll'Y or with mitsimln- tm-mins. mxiiptimi nl' iw:-lcviiils mul lwlimlziys, S2lilll'1lilf'N Siwizulllv Ilngx' ure rolls. 'l'lw liylie-ii :mal liiifl tliosi- who sire- fziiliiiu' ill si l'1'lll1'1ll2ll Sillllf' lizippi l'lii Ullllbs zllllnwl 1-xvvlla-lil lil1lNllIlNll . ,,. lo1'txwl1m1i's. :mil wi-1-lc-1-ml t'lll1'l'i2lllllIll'lli. iI'llN 'uw flu Iii-side-iits lizixw- ilu-ii' spain- time wi-ll min tliiiiu' with llUill'1lt'l'N on Tliesi- ilziys 'l'Iwv lime phil sim-v 1-U-iw' l't'Nllll'lll must pzi1'Iivipzit1- in iiwtf-iw-fl to suvll plzlvvs :is l'liilml1-lpliii Wi Winn' sport while at ilu- Aitllllll imlm-ss otllviwvisf- sm-il. 51X-lllilllilllllillllvll tmitlmll. lmslu-tlmll , EX 4"lr1 A TOP , . , . Illflllll. llawpi-r N l-vi'l"x'. :mil XM-st TRACKMEN-Sophomore winners of the Memorial Track Meet are Hirst rowj: Frank Bohannon, Sam Mancari, Mark Baden, Edwin Moses, Fred Par: ent. 4Second rowlz Carlos Rojas, NN'arren McMichael, Andre Calas, Louis Bernier, John llunworth, Joseph Fanelli, Stuart Lyddane and George Morris. XVATER ARTISTS--Big wheel seniors flashing early victory smiles are: Charles Russell, Thomas Shortley, Frank Bernier, Henry Maldonado, Wil: liam Miller, Albert Osborne. BUCKET SWISHERS-Brother DeSales' Resident Varsity were lFirst rowj: John Uunworth, William Fraizer, John NVhelan, Henry Maldonado, Gregory Hand, Brother DeSales: Qsecond rowl: Lyle Cobb, Thomas Shortley, Andre Cales, Mark Baden, George Morris fmanageri. 2X DIG! DIG! DIG!--That seems to be the desire of Vinc Guerico in the ozman version of football against Boy's Latin, but the opposition is stub born. ,sis f--.- fm ,ww nifm' si' SLPFRIORS PROISLPMQ Brother liregorg 1Jim 0'Harab develops '1 urlle case ot shock as he studies Brother Seraphim tJerrx Pessagnol financial status. Brother l'ldClIS lHowIand Sanksb practical religious, strives to be completelx indifferent since his adxice was not needed The boxs home seems doomed as the angel guardian 4John 'Nunnj listens. DRESS REHEARSAL-Paul Shields and Mike liarrity glance at the paper or study lines while waiting, their cues. THE PLAY S ,, . v.. . --IIII' .X112'l'1 N211-1 N11, 111111 1111-sv 1111-, 5I'I'JIlP1l1llI 1-111111111-11111 X111-111-1-11 5111 1'I'I1II'N Ill 1111- 1111s111111 1111: "1111'1-1-1:11121-1. 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CURTAIN TIME-Iirother Ilismas runs down the tinal list of props. 73 FAMILIA- FATHERS' CLUB OFFICERS-At the tinal meeting of a most successful year, the men drop business long enough for a flash. Seated are: Roy Thomas, Paul Davis, Bill Slattery, Frank Abell, Herb Arnold: fstandingb: Dr. R. J. Allgeier, Ben Philibert, Brother Colombiere, Ambrose Hochrein, John Schanberger. Fathers' Club - - Mothers' Club - - Alumni COMMUNION BREAKFAST-Prominent at the head SPEAKERS-Top speakers for the Alumni dinner table were: Leo Gary, Brother Placidus, Father were: President Phil Bannon: Guest Speaker, Bonaventure, C.P., Louis Dersch, and Father Father Farrell: Toastmaster, J. l.eslie Stuart, DeKoIb. and Principal, Brother Placidus. FACES LOOK NN H0'S l-Al'liHINli!-Brother Auhin has just topped them all as officers and faculty smiles confess. M'hat happened? Q-3 I H f ,V -. ,, J.. FINAL RETURNS-All the workers gather around Mrs. Arnold. Mrs. VVhalen and Mrs. Paulskievicz for the tlash. XN'e remember Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Ridgely, Mrs. Conigliaro, Mrs. Stauffer, and Mrs. lirauer. PROLYIJ MOTHERS-XN'hat smiles! No wonder Mrs. Fiddes. a friend and Mrs. 0'NeiIl are so radiant. They just spotted their sons in tuxes. tiLAMOL'R:LOYEl-lES-These St. liernardine entertainers. Mrs. Cross, Mrs. Iiilbart, Mrs. Hungelman, Mrs. lird man and Mrs. Kleintank brought the house down at the Mothers' Spring Social. Plfl-lSONALl'l'X SALES l5URClf-Here ready to do atop job are Mrs. Kratz. Mrs. lfmerson, Mrs. Mclice. Mrs. llushel. Mrs. Paulus and Mrs. Pessagno. 75 JUNIOR PRUM PROMENADERS - Tom Strassner, Jim Goodwin, John Burbank, Jim Duni: gan, John Roth, Bob Benzing, Otts xan der Berg and John liaske. N x as . 'V' W4 ,fb ,, at N 'KA 9 f 9-.ui 1 ISETVVEEN IJANCES-Here pictures seated around the table are Tommy Evans, Charlie Krause, and standing Chris Morganti and Bill Alascie taking that pleasant break. UREAMERS-Music and memories seem to send Vincent Cucina, Robert Hopkins, Gregory Hopkins and Leo Rollman. FLOXVER PRESENTATION-John Nunn's charming date presents the traditional roses to Jim Strassner's excited partner. X K ' "3 SLFRROUNDEU-Tom Hirsch seems to have the magic CONFERENCE CITATION-Jim Long kneels to charm at the Bunny Hop as the girls gather receive from Archbishop Keough the Paladin round. Jewel on the occasion of the Crusade Rally in acknowledgement of a job well done as Baltimore Conference Prexy. lilli 'Nui VYHEELS-Here pictured with guest speaker, Father Andrew. are the men behind the CSMC success story: Conference Presi: dent Jim Long, .Nl o d e r at 0 r Brother Rohertus and l'nit Pres: ident John Nunn. 77 ailgj, if 1 QW CSMC CRUSADERS PARADE- As the van of the Mount unit enters the Cathedral, we recognize R al st 0 n Russell, Val Markie: wicz, Tom Donnelly, and Richard Gniaz: lowski. fi 4' wg 21 ,Q 22? lf? 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'U fi S 1 ' ga BREAKTHROUGH Bug Jumping Jim Skarda here bulls hus wax over that final strlpe late ln the Llty tllt as the score mounts to 34 0 YEl.lS + YARDAGE 111111p1o11sl1ip 1111111 s 1 11g:11st 4 1 1 s mu 1ss14 llUllN Task of last gust A ST :IRI V1- They 1' The s1.1so11 fm s 11c141le11 1111 11111110 IT tn Xll 111 of tlu 111111111 pig!- Ill IN 1 0 1 str 1151111 TALKLE POWFR Part of the powerful forward wall that stopped Patterson ns here represented bx solid Bull Lom FIELD STRATEGY - Coach NVojcihovski runs ' through a play series with quarterback Joe Antkowiak during the McDonough fray, which ended 4l:0. ill 1111- 1il's1 111'1.l'l1N' 111' 1111- MSA 111112 I1l1' 1 . ., 1' X 11111-lx 1-111111- 11111-IQ 111 111111131-1111 511'111X4111111 1111wi11g' 1111111-11 w11i1111 N111-111-11 111'1'1'El1 1'111' 1111- . . , ii141t'1N 111 1111- V1-111' 11111s1-1 111 1111- 31111111-. 1111111 111-111-mlx, 11111111 l1ill14i 111 111Nsi11g:1l11'1-1-111111-I11l11w11 1111M1-N 111 131111 .-X1111111wi111i 111111 il 1.17111-ill 111 1,211 11111-13111 111111' 111111-s 1111' Il12ll'l'll1l'111. 111111 11-111115 115' 111-1'1-1111112 ST. 1911,-XNVIS 1R1'I1 . . , . . ixiltkflxviilk. 111- s1ci1-11-11 101.1 1-1111 1'111' 11111 1i1's1 s1-111'1- 11111 11111111111111 11111 1w11-1- 1'1'11111 1111-1i1'1-11111111111 1111-s1'111'111g1'1-1111111111 111 1111s 11-N1. FODTBALI. GAEL VARSITY-1Top row Bob Handron, Tom Geogorek, Ben Petdilli, Tom Duschel, Milton Speroni, Dick Steel. 14th rowj Ed Handron, Charles Snyder, Eugene Neiberlein. Ed Hojnacki, George Benkert, Jim Skarda, Frank Tamburello, Joe Shagena. 1Third rowj Brother Ricardus, Tom Strassner, John Violette, Jim Goodwin, Phil VVaszkiewicz, John Dunworth, Pat Duffy, Herb Duvall, John Mueller, lMgr.J. 1Second row1 Coach Vic VVojcihovski, Bob Benzing, Joe Dorsey, Tom McMullen, Bob Smith, Al 0'Ferrall, Ed Nlylin, Richard Novak, Coach Stan Zaleski. 1First row! Joe Antkowiak, Don Sibiski, John VValker, Humphrey Ridgely, Charles Frazier, John L'hIer, Vince Trombetta, Bob Antkowiak, Henry Strempek, 18111 Lombardi, absentj. - 41-11, '1'111- "u'1'i11 1i111J' 111111-11N1-11 il 1'1-11-11111-Sw .1111- .X11111wi1111 211111 i"l'iill1i 'i1ii11111111'l'l1il. 11111-1 'I'- i1lli1.Y. 112l1l1i 5ll'1'llllN'1i 1-1-3:1511-1'1-11 1111-111111' l'11ll- 11i11g ll121l'1i1'l'. w11i11- S111111 111111 11211111111 s111i1 1111- .Xg1'11i11 1111 1111- llll11'1i 211111 111i1'1- 111. 111111111111 1"11'1I1. 51. -1111- 31111111-11 1'1-x'1-11g'1- wi111 i,1'1lllSj' 1'11111- 2 3 111' S111'i11g1 lil'1lYl'. 112-T. '1'1111.1'i11g1 111 1111 11111 1111- 11111.11 111-1'11111. 1111- 11111-1s 11'1-1'1- 11-11 1111s 111111' 115' 111-111'-x' S1l't'lIlI11'1i. w1111 1'1'11ss1-11 1111- t'lll'll1.V.S 1-1111 Z11111- 1111'1-1- 111111-N. 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XXX 1 131,11 1 I 1' x 1 GRID GAEL UREATS-This trio of Bob Benzing, Henry Strempek, and Vince Trom: betta have made Mount teams re: spected in local athletic circles. Bob has one more year. CHEERLEADERS-Traveling camera man catches Bernie Hopkins, Gordon Zin: nert, Bob Stachura, Ed Kaczmarek and head man Mike Garrity in their extra point ceremony. 1'1-1'1111l1x 1111- 111151 111511121-Y 111. 1111111-1' 111111 I11llll'11 was 511111111 111 1111- 1'l'l'Y Q111111- 11111-11 1111- 11111-IN 11'1111111-1-11 1111- 1'11111-g111111s 2111-0. 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GREATS , , . . , . , , lln- upn-111113: ul the Lklllliblll' :1l'l1l N-1'1e-s Ull NUYPlIlllt'l'35?UY tlu- lim-lar-m1sTTfmzx Zl5-Otriulnplx lm-1' flu- l'Al.Yl'Ili'l' llAl.l. 1-le-vi-11. Five- 1liTl'e1'- 1-nt pluye-lx ligglm-cl in The sm-4-1'i11g1'. -lim lioml- xvink ln-amiful stall of .lov Antkowiz1k's Hat pass. null Tln- run nl' flu- l'4'lll2lllllllgI 20-yzmls llwtln-M-mu-1-nl-ly in tlu- fir-st stanza of play. se-1 ull' tln- H11-wm'lcs, -lllllllllllg' -luv 1-llllnilmtl-ll his l'lllPl'lN lvgv tmxlllgr two mrvre- TUll1'll1lHXYllN Tu lima Silnixki mul litln- liulm lim-nxing: ln ilu- N-1-mul - Q , , . . po-Vlml l'l'2Illli lamllnlrn-llu Tm-li zu lmnnlr-ll ll'Ulll .-Xlltlimviuli :mil N4'2llll ml-rf-fl 357 vzuwls fm' llix Will' l . 11-ilmlimu 1-l tln- mul. lil'Nl'l'Yt' lam-k -lim Nnyllvr llmxlwl llix way on-1' l'l'l1lll ilu- lil-.YiIl'1l lll2ll'l'il'l' in Illl- lin! Ilt'l'l1l1l In wnlllplvle' Tlln- sm'nl'lllg1'. Nova-mln-1' lnnswke-ll Tlu- lllgll pl-im ul' wlwl- gltril- flmtlmll an tln- Tim lllilllx AIwI'N'l' NT. - '-V., . - - - .lHl', :xml l'.Xl l l'.liNHN lm-lil-ll Ill lmT1le-lul'Tl11- 1--lw-tvll MNA 1'l'HXYll. ll wana il tl-rl'iTi1- Nll'll,2'1Il1' ul' Imxw-l'flll lin'-X. 'l'll1- fills- nf lmttle- Nw2i5"'1l lam- lcnml fl-VII: lN'lXK't'0'Il ilu- Ilfv-.x'u1'1l lim- lI1Hl'lil'l'5. .x1ll'ilXYNf'l'lll"ll llll'X'llillll4' till 0'Jll'l.Y in Ilmf- fuurtln qlmrtl-1' XYll4'll l'u111-1'-mul NTl'lliIl' lm:-k lil:-lxlci RARE MOMENT - Henry Strempek and Chuck Frazier seem to have the Loy- ola Hyer trapped in one of the brighter moments of a had day. BALL JUliCiLlNli-Don Sibiski finds every: body getting in the act as he reaches for the ball in the Nlcllonough game. 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MONDAY MURNING 6,4 84 5.01111 '11111' lglllk' 211111 1111111 s1-111'1-11 1NYl1'l' 111 1111 s1-1-111111 111121111-1' 1111 211-1'1211s 111' 111111 1lll21l'11'I'lD2ll'li '1'1111.1' li1'l1Zll1l' 111 1-1111 -1111111 112111111-11 211111 11211-11 l'1l'2lll S11li11llN. 1,11y11121's 11111 21111-111111s flbl' 1111- 1-x11'21 11111111 1'21111-11. -1111- All11i11XY12lli1N pass 111 lilblblly 141-11z111f: 11111' 21 t1llll'llll1lXVll 111 1111- S211111 111-1'11111 wus 1'21111-11 11211211 115' 2111 111'F1-11s1V1- 111-1121115' llllll' '1'1J. 11' 211111111-11. 111111111 11211'1- s111-111-11 V11'141l'j 11111' 1111- 11211-ls. Vllll lll2llil' 21 1111111' s1111'y Sll11l'1. S1. -1110. 21111-1 1'X1'l12lIljl'1llQI 1111111s. 1'1l12ll1j' 1111 I1Hj'11ll'1 with 211111111 211 x1-1-111111s 111 1111 111 11113 152111 Q211111- NYll1'll l'll'2ilI1i ,ll11' :Xllf1i4lNYl2l1i. 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'l'2111111111'1-1121 s1-111-1-11 1111 Pl 65-j'Zll'1l pass 11121y f1'11111 St. -luv vmle-il all lllPNiililil'N. Tllvll. with as 'I-.2-l lug' llll lllti sTl'm'll:1'Til ul X'l1'i4+I'le's iwvl' Jlv- llnlltilljjli. St. l'lI'2lll1'iS l'i'i-p. Nulllllr-l'll. Vity :mil i'2llX'vl'I Ilull. 'llllvir frilly iussvs To Nvllillwi-st Vzitlwlii- :mil lmivolzi vzmii- ilN il total Nlll'IDl'lM' Tu lm-p falls wllili- an iill'lllill1l' T-T iii-zullwlq with l':1ti-:will was iliflw-il tin- ln-st umm- ui' tin- wlwl- JXNTI1' El'l'I4lIl'Hll Nl'2lNtIll. NICE GOING, FELLOVVSY-Those seem to be the sentiments of Gael coaches Brothers Francis Joseph and Aubin, as quarterback Joe Bova explains things to skeptical Joe Huber and James Heller. QUARTERBACKS JV FOOTBALL SQUAD-fFirst rowl Charles Franzoni, Her: man Amelung, C h a r l e s Krause, Casimir Nlajgraf, Lawrence Gilhooley. fSecond rowj Justin Stass, Joe Vitek, George Morris, Stan Vitek, Frank Newland, Bob Phillips, Don Willenberg, N o r m a n Bruder. fThird rowj Brother Hilaire, Frank Kozel, Ronald Whitehurst, Pete Nellies, John Smallwood, Ralph Fal: cone, Norman Hannon, John C o r b i t t , Dick Braungart, Brother Conon. 1Fourth rowj Bob Ballantine, Andre Calas, Andy Smutny, Don Farley, John Bridges, Pat Cinnamon, Earl Hamber, Ken Lang. GAELS-4First rowy Bob Holland, Ken Yednarczyk, Joe Bova, Jim Heller, John Fitch, Joe Huber, Bill Walters, Lyle Cobb. 4Second rowj .Nlike 0'Brien, John Kirby, Donald Hennigan, Bill Gixens. John Coran, Gene Cimarra. Don Vkilliams, Bob Baginski, Joe Scott. 1Third rowy Brother Aubin, lid llabrowski. How: ard Nichols. Joe Tagmans. Jerry Howart. Joe Stricker. Bill Smith, Brother Francis Joseph. UNDER SQUADS JV WORRIED MOMENTS-Brother Conon readies halfback Herman Amelung and Brother Hilaire brings up linemen Don Farley and Ben Diggins as one of their afternoon outings hogs clown. ,. , Mtv ,- I I b , 14-f,,A. ,- ,. .M A 'L , JY " v ,A 'ff' ,J THE MOUNTIES lFirst row, l. to r.J: Clayton Reott, Mgr.: Tom Rubeling, Carmen Papale, Jerry Kappes, Joe Biondo, Johnnie Clark, Rich: ard lilinka, Charlie Reichenberg, Mgr. lSeCond rowj: Joe Garvey, Sammy Vetri, Mike Anus: zewski, Johnny Puelza, Julian Nlisotti, Jimmy Kelly, Johnnie Holt, Tony Dowgiallo, Stanley Leonard. 1Third rowl: Brother John, Paul Plant, Paul Supik, Johnnie Ziers, Harry Gil: ner, Paul Corey, Dick Turek, Dick Nevin, Brother Paulus. QFourth rowbz Brother Eric, Bill Federline, Roy Thomas, Tommy Sullivan, Don Engles, Jimmy Lang, Jack Sadler, Ray Wright. CUBS-tFirst row, I. to r.l: Sam Centenio, Phil Hayes, Frank Palumbo, Charley Maenner, Vince Ferrare, Don Flabbi, Don Darmsteadt, Charley Frizzera, Johnnie Cain. 1Second rowjz Brother Eric, Brother John, Bernie 0'Donnell, Johnnie Birrane, Dan Heisey, Guy Klank, Nick Feurer, Frank Lamana, Ed Wilbourne, Dick Cain, Brother Paulus. QThird rowbz George Vyskocil: Dave Geissler: Frank Skarupa, Ron- nie Lindner, Jack Finnegan, Louie VVinkelman, Bobby Das, Ronnie Connolly, Pat Riley. 11N :111'1"1"-' QQ mf KINHPIN LLAl"l'.-XIX-Don Childs here rolls in his PIN S'l'RlKliR-Pat Cinnamond lets go with conti top style at the duckpins as the season gets dent linesse one of those strike deliveries that underway at the Recreation Alley s. kept him up at the top in season scores. KINGPINS 11111111 11111111111 Illl 111 111 llf 111141111 11111 Xl 1 Il 1111111 11111 11111111111 1111111 1 1 1111 111 111 11111 lP1l1l11 111 111111111 Ill Xlllxlllll N11111I 1 1' N1-11s111111 11111 11 1f1'1 1111 1111111 1111 11111 1111-111-1 li:11111111111 !'11111'11 1111- 111-X1 Qilllll' s1'1 littl' 114' X 111111111 11111111 lil 11 1111111111111 11,11 1111 11111111 11111111 1111 1 1'1 I1I11 1 A 1111111 1 11 11 1111 1 11111111lP1111111111 1 If 1111111 1111 1 151-'1111-1l111111111s i1I111N11'X"lX11l111I111 E 1 TOP li0XX'l.liRS-Standing are: liernie Hopkins. Richard Hall. lion Childs, Pat Llinnnmond: kneeling are: Stexe Krupnik, Charles Potthast and Al Ackerman. 4 , TUE-I'I0lD 1i11i11g't111'1111g:111111 llll1JC?lT4'll 111111 lllllltltl 111111- llilijlll 1111- 1'z11'si1'1' 11111111-rs1111111111111 1-1'1-111' 11111-111111 111e1111- 115' 1111-11' 1'11111'111'1-11111 1'111-s. 1311111'111'k1'11 115' lHl1'liS H1-1-11'1-. l'1l'2lllZ. 111111 Jlilltllbllilllll illlll spear- 111-z1111-11 115' 1111111111-11 '1'1111'ey. 1,1-1111, Elllll xxlklllltl 1111- 11111111-111111-s 1-11111-111111 21 1114111 st1'z1igg'11t 11ia11e111 11111-11 T1lt'j' t1111111111111 Park S1'1111111 ZS-U 111 their iillkll 11111-1111111111: 1ligr1111g'11t111g' T110 s1-11s1111 was E1 s11e11'k1111g t1'i111111111 111'111' il I'e1tt111's1111 1921111 c1111- si111-1'1111 111' lllilllf' ns 11111 11111 S1'lllllilNlii' 1-11-V011 111 1111- SU1111. MSA 1-111111111-s 11111111-11 1111- ll'Yill:l'illlllll'S 1111 1111-ir gxll-xiillzylilllll l1l't'2llll t1-11111. l1illl1l1llQ'1N'1'l1lS w111'11 "S1llllll'l'N-1 S11-1111-vki. gg'11z11i11. -lil-Y i11't'NV1'. 1'111111z11'1i. .1111111 '1'1111'1'y. i11s111e. Vi1- A11111111, 11111- s11111. illlll 1'I11 11111111, flll' 11111113 lifilllillgf Nl'01'G1', 1-1111T01' f111'w111'11. ' 'l1XYll 111-1'1'11ts 111:11'1'1-11 1111- X11111111s 11T11111'wis1' DEFENSE.P0vVER"vVith Jim Franzvsitoe' lllll1l'fllf'll s1'z1s1111. '1'111- New-1' 1'11-1111s 111111 T110 gT:I?g"Xi asgggiegig fggtialllgxglctelfg .X1111'.v1111111 l'yl'1lSll 1-111111111111-11 1111- 3111111111111-11 115' relax. , s1-111'1-s llf 31-1 211111 1-11. 1'1-sp1'1't1Y1'1j'. ALL RIGHT, FELLAS!-That familiar phrase rounds up the players before the Pat: terson tilt. In view are Henry Maldonado, John Grewe, George Kalski, Dick Stadter, Bob Hall, Jim Franz, Dick Malinowski, Mike Wagner and John Weber. CHAMPIDNSIIIP at c It , Qi TOP GAME-Here is a spot of action in the Patterson tilt in which St. Joe again turned back the East Baltimore invaders and claimed right to retain MSA crown. The big man in stride is softspoken Al Siedlecki. .xlTf'l' llt'lll,1l' tn-tl lay an Sfl'Hlljl' I tty 1-lm-vm-11 in lln- lllllllll' lmlvs sm-pt to tln-11' lourtln von- tln-it' initial lwngmt-1-mutt-st. tlu- -lz1'x'x'4-v Iblll'llllll'll Nl'l'llllV4' 1-rmvn 'ns tln-.V lIlllllllll'll l'z1114-lxoxl 42. l'oz1l'4-ll lrzu-li :xml l'lPllfllll'l'1'll all l'lllllt'l'N, .Xltc-1' tlw Vlippl-l's ll2l4l Quilts-ll an 2-ll lt-ml. the lliving' lll'4lllllSllljI llt'l'l'4ll'lll2llll'l'5 on tlln- mv- ll'x'll1U'tot1lt1-Q tlwlfllovlilllil' tln- tilt. 1-linvlwll it vt-1' lil-lwl worm- ste-llztl' lllNltll'l'. lluggo Y'-rn. tlll- with two ll1?ll'lil'l'N in tlw llllill pl-rlml. Poly. l'zl1- le-2151111-Rtops'-on-1-.mltslllvrs .Xl VCl'2lZlll1l llivk tl-wma. mul Pity won- 4-zu-lm tlt-ll-ntl-ll in tln- Xlznlinmvslci. :mtl lun-ks lion Humlllv. l..-N lliw-ns. lim-IS surge- towzxlwl svluolzmil- glow. :mtl Halal- Kzllslii. fp is 5, ll ' MSA TITILISTS-The scrappy soccer club here receiving their letters and stars Sym: bolic of a State Title from our proud headmaster, Brother Placidus are: lFront row! Jag lirewe, AI Siedlecki, John Tewey, Don Ranieri, Gabe Kalski, Dick Hall, Gene Horn, Dick Stadter, Henry Maldon: ado. lBack row-standing! John Weber, lid Leon, Vic Al.fmo, Jim Franz. 89 Xp a T , X Q I" w vb' 1 . . H- x , 9 ' I auf" xx? Y I W Na a""'-VE I 5 f f ,lf 71 ' 4 4 , , , iff ly 4 If V , v ' v Q A E, ,L L W I 6' 1 , Q ,. V 1 if sf 3 'Q - ' Q- GW -1 ' in CHARACTERS Wx i"lf2'T1'g:,l 1 lE4"'i?"l?5a1 1, KQ1 1t."at"ls'ih -P S 4 53 a use can 'I'lEA.'ll PARLISY-Coach Vic Nkojcihox ski seems to he gix: ing:the-book to hidden hoopsters lfred liikenberg and Frank llickson as Jim Skarda, Hank Strempek 1323 and Bobby Benzing standby a hi! winded. T0 P liL'.-XRD-Here drixing for a lay up in the second Calxert Hall game is rug: ged Hank Strempek, a xeteran floor man and one of the best defensixe players in liael history. 9 I XII llilwlzllul svlow-I'-v lull, ll.-4-Ilgm lullunl Nl .lou ru I1 ullllslmugllrxu1u1x'1nul1ln1-lnu x I--:Q ll! llllllllvlllllvll xxlrll l guvml 'x N. 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Fred Eikenherg, Bob llenzing, Hank Strempek, Bob Meehan. Jerry Komin, Coach Vic Hlojcif hovski. lSecond rowb: lfrank Dickson, Earl Hamper, Paul liuckmaster, Emil Mohler, Paul Ellis, Herb Duvall. l'l'hird rowli George Yaeth, Jimmie Skarda, Bob Antkowiak, tiene Nieber lein. Roland King. TECHNIQUE-John lienzing, J.Y. Stellar No. HUD. shows the classic approach to the bucket. Of course, he made it! l'4ll Y QZIX1'ST,-lIH'IlIl'l!llVNTUlIl'-Nllln'liiI1'2ll- 111 the lil-'xx-211' lllstsn'-x' ol ilu- plilillv-1f1'lx':nIv I A 2 -H .2- - Nxixz .I-.i . 134 l't'lHDl1ll4l xwwlc, Polx' was llwxw-1' lu-zlflwl Timm Ili'- mr ' N I PRIVATE CHAMPIONS-lliirst rowb: Herman Amelung, Ronald Lange, Ronnie VVhitehurst, John Kirby, John Benzing. Francis Patinella. lSecond rowjz Coach Brother Hilaire, Joe Yitek, Ronnie Hojnacki, Denny Mciiuire. Fred Walters, James Snyder. John Smallwood, Andy Smutny, Dick Kenlein, Coach John Plevyak. l"z11' l'l'Ulll 1llx1'1vlll'5lQ'l'4l 2ll.l4'l' Tlu-ir lu-kim: lllllll tlul lQ'l'lllIll'll. Ilul lieu-ls 1-1111-wil tlu- sl-wnul mu Illlllnfl In tlu nununx ul 44 Ilu Xl my 1 .x -'. - l 1 -Y i -iz- llu Xloum Nlllll'l'l'1l Ilu' wmu' llI'NT gfunu- llr'lilll2'. lull rznllu-fl to tnlu- llu- ru'x1 Iwo from l':ntu-1-wil . , , , . . . lol tlu- tltlv. Ilu' ll-:lt xx'z1sl11 llllpluwltlwl, I1 just N 1 II Y In tlul vsmls us tlu- l'lll.Y tlllllll 1'llll1'llt'll Ylu N1'l'l1'x xx'rTl1 :I llllllllll-llll fill-Sli X'lu'THI'X'. NT. lov lu-Ill illl l'2II'lY ll-sul. lun lvll-xx' I1 lzurw-lx' to Il1l'NHllll touls sutlwull lux lux plum lll ilu 1 .-. - -.- R-i-N i lu Mu' lzusl 1lIl2ll'l0'l'. llolu Mm-llalln plwxwwl NVIINH- 1 runmlly :lt Ilrf- pivot IurxI.1lIlIlllllIlg1'lll lli Iulimx ln llu- l1:u'l s losing' 1-:num-. As zz l1'2lllI Ilu- purplv IblllIllN'l'N :iw-r':1u'wl lN.l Iuvlllls In llll' ulllurllvllls lil S llnlr livllllllu' lultlu-sum-111gpamull-lm-tlu-sw-ouulK-urns.-uu111w YUZII' will: as lll-pam! 3lYl'l'2l"1' llolu ll1'1'll2llI i . w Q - . lle Ill'-Y Stlw-lnyu-lc. annul l'r'4-ll l',llu-nlu-Vu lollmvwl Ill tlmt Ul'1lt'l'. w - - 1 l'Hl'llll'lllll'lll'HllN'1'llllX'l'.X't'2ll'S. l o:u'lu -lolm lll'Vj'llli lwl llls janyw-v Nflllilll to tlu- privati- smluml tltlv, ln luvt. tlu-v xwlw- lll'Yl'l' Ioppml Ill llu 11' 4-:glut loop slilrmlslu-s, mul took Zlll 1IX'4'l'2lll THE JUMP--Hank Strempek climbs right mnrlc ol' lf-4 into tlu- MSA 1-ollrt plzlyolls illl'2llll5l' on up after the soarmg ball as I-red l'ol'x' wlui mlgw-nl ilu- llzwls IIT-Zlli mul Ill-352. Eikenberg waits below. LITTLE UAELS-First row: Jimmy Heller 1Mgr.l, Donald Yakel, Joe Bova, John Corbitt, Bill Ala: scio, Mike Sneeringer, Paul Plant. Second row: Joe Vinci. Lyle Cobb. Marty Teves, Pierre Taymans. Ronnie Hojnacki, Brother Francis Joseph. THE CUB TEAM-Third row: Brother Paulus. Nick Feurer, Richard Turek, Johnnie Kreller, Harry Gilner, Ronnie Schoepflin, Tommy Sul: livan. Second row: Donald Houchen, Phil Hayes, Frank Long, Frank Skarupa, Frank Martel, Ray Klimovitz, Gordon Kram. First row: Pat Riley, George Redmond, Dave Geiss: Ier. 3 J el". I i 1. 33. ' w D , 'fl U ' l ll! 5'-e?5L2f li.-REL PUCKMEN-Don Farley 4mgr.j, Wayne Breslin, George Doyle, Carl Maus, Frank Tamburello, John Fairbank, Jim W'oIf, Bill Newcomb, Joe Romoser, Tom Bailey, Biggs Harrison, Jerry Wieman, John Miller, Bobby Summers fmgrJ, and A PUCKISH SPIRIT Coach Knobby Harris. THREE RUGGED MEN-Defensemen George Doyle and "Biggs" Harrison, and the goalie-big Bill Newcomb. Mount skaters 2l1lV2llll't'il from the lust place finish in '50 to XYlll the llurvzlwl Cup :mil iinish ss-voml in ll'2lgl'll0 play in '51, 'l'l14- squml was lvcl lay " Knolulryu llzzrris, who lll'gI2lll his S1'l'0llllf'l'ill' 211 tllv lwlm. lf:-mul: 'l'a1mlm1'1'llo pm-ml ilu' il'2llll :lml was votm-nl za position on llll' Sl'N'S All Stan' lvzun l.1ll'ill1'Nl'l'Ull1l NTl'iligIlli SOHSOII. lim-l'1-llsvxllvll -lim llznrrison mul Wing Pimlgre l"airlmnk also 1-arm-ml lu-rths on tln- S01'0llll ss-xtet. Fzlirhzmk l'4-1-vim-ll the lvzlgnln-'s most lIllpl'llYl'll player zuvzml, In their fix-st 4'llt'HlllliQl' the Gaels :mil Fm'- vst l'zn'k lmttlell to an 2-2 mleamllovk as Tillllllllf- vllo nettwl the Al0lllli.S two scores. ln their next 51111111-s the AlHlllliIlll'll beat Poly 2-1 and Loyola anal l'alve1't llall by 2-l and 9-2 scores l'uspm-1'Tiwly. In the latter contest T2llllllllI'9ll0 iil'lli9Vl'll the "hat trivia" by netting llll'00 tallies. ln flu- swoml rouml, For-est Park defeats-ll The Mounlnwn 6-Ii. The Gaels then bowed to Poly by an 34-4 lllilllflll :mal Til-al Loyola 4-4, while topping l'nlx'4-rt Ilall 6-l for Pl SPHSOH-S log of 4-2-2. JV PUCKSTERS-George Dilli, Bill Jones, Wayne Breslin, Charles Holland, Ralph Nlelady, John Pultz, Bill Sipes, Owen Harrison, Bob Phillips, Bill Federline, John Grauer, Bucky LeCompte, Joe Mannion, Ken Lee, Coach Knobby Harris. Coach Tom Wagner was absent.J 94 PREVAILS Nt. -lov lI'lllllll4'4l tllirll plum- l'olx' 5-2 In grain tln- finals In flu- llzu'vz11'4l 1 up Nl'l'Il'5. lla . . , . , . . Tlu-11' final vmm-st lmuln- lull N-wwnnln vlmllu-ll . . , , up srxte-vu sewn-s In In-:lm with l2llllllllI'l'llH. wlm tzllllm-ml llll' only sl-orv ol tlu- lmrfl lullgrlut mm- Te-st. us ilu- Blmlntlm-n Nllt'l'l'NNl.llll.Y vlusn-ll tln-ir' . , . , . , .ml Villllllilljlll luy tlvll-illlllil' lwnw-st l'zu-lc. VVALL BOUNCING-Biggs Harrison is using his hi protection as he surrounds the puck. A COACH'S DRIZAM-His boys wouIdn't he beat. They topped the hest to win this beautiful Harv: ard Cup Trophy. Ath: I e t ic Director Brother Ricardus and proud C o a c h Knobby Harris pose with the squad after the fray. .llmmt -In-vvw slum-rs in-nl llll'4Illjl'll mu .-iu'In1-gnnm-slaitv1111111-11-am-ll tllll'llljl ilu- 'Sl vuln- pniggll. 'l'li1- lim-ls XYHII i'HllI'jl'2illIUN2lll1l Tin-ll foul' 1'lll'Hllllll'l'N To linisll in ex first plnvl' lil- with lfmw-sl l'nl'li. lh-l'm-use-:mm Furl Klaus mmll- flie- Sl'X .Xll-Nlnlylzlllll first 11-sun. wlxill- gwmlie- liulv l'l11lllps was Wm-ll an lHlNlllUll on Tllf- se-1-mul Nllllilll. TARGET IN SIGHT-Frank Tamburello and John Fairbank are zeroing on the Hashing disc. 5-Q Ln MATMEN 1il'1lll1-Zllll1fQ'l'U2lllt'1'S 1111111-11 1111-11' "111111l11-1'- 1'z11111g's" XY111l 11211-1 11211'11s2111s w111-11 1111-y 1111s11-11 21 Slll'l1l'1SlllQ' .14 111g'. 15150 s21x1' 1111-111 1-1111 111115' 11111- Qilllllxfil 111111-11-z1g:111- 11-s1 111111 1111- 1'. 111' 3111. 1'1'11s11, .11-1'1'.1' 1.111-1'1112111. St. -1111-R 1'1l'Yt'l' 121- 1111111111 Vilfliillll, W1111 1-V1-1'.x' 1111211 1111111. 11111 was . . . , , 1 111-1-1s111111-11 111 1111- 1lll2l1x 111 1111- MNA 111111'11211111-111 111' 1'21111-1's1111's l'11211'111- 13111'11, -1111111 Y11111-111-. 21 111-W1-111111-1' 111 1111- s11111'1. 1-x11111111-11 1111-1111 111. I1l'Ulllf 1s1- 111 1Zl1i11lgL' 111s 111's1 1111- 1112111'111-s. '1'11111111.v N11-1111111-11 211s11 1'1-211-111-11 11111 11ll2l1N, 11111 1111 11111 1111x1'1'11 111 111s 1111l111111'll1. 31211411151 1111-11' '51 111-11111 ilgfillllki 1-'1'11-1111s. 1111-uv t1111k 1-131111 111' 1111- 11-11 111z111'111-s 111 1111'21s11 1111- iQ1l2l1i9l'5 31411 111 MQ, .X 1l1gI1l1'Y 1'21x'111'1-11 11111112111 1-1'1-w 111-s11-11 1111- Ll'l'21l1I11l'l'S 111 1111-11' 111-x1 1-11111-21v111' QSIQ-1412. ,. . . . . -, '1l11lll X1111e111- 11111111-11 1115 l'lY2l1 El11t'l' 111115' -1- s1-1-111111s 112111 1-12111s1-11. K1-11115' '1'1'1111'1-1- 1-111111 11111 21 111l'1111l1gI l-0 l1l'l'1S1l1ll. 211111 XY2111 W1-111-1' f1111gr111 111 21 111'21w1 Ag:z1111s1 l'11.1' 1111- l1ll1'll11'fIl2lllil'l'S 1111 1111- Nl'1ll 1-1111111111 21321111 11111111112 1111- l1l1111'j1'121lIS Qilf-liilff. 1.1v1-1'1112111 All2ll'1i1'11 111s 11-21111 111 X'11'lHl'f' 115' Q1-1111131 111s 11111'11 s111-1-1-ss1v1- 12111. 1,1g'111w1-1g'111s -11'l'l'-Y W211'11. 211111 1111111-.v l'211'1'1111 11111111-11 1111-11' 11111'1-1'- s211'11-s 111-f111'1- 1w11 1111111111-s 112111 Q11111- liy. TOP MAN-Veteran 165 Ib. grappler Tom NlcMul: len here controls his man to earn a spot in the MSA tournament. WHERE'S THE GUY?-That question has the referee hunting as Captain Jerry works to in: crease his pin string. URAPPLERS - QF r 0 n t rowj Chuck Frazier, Jerry Vvard, Ronnie Carroll and Ed Kelly. 1Back row! Kenny Truffer, VVaIt Weber, Coach Ray Kozlow: ski, Jerry Liverman, Bill Lombardi, Tom McMullen, John Vio: Iette, George Benk: ert and John Bur: bank. NATIONAL CONTENDER-James Bracken, sensational sophomore, placed second in 150 yd. individual medley at Prince: ton. GAEL TANKMEN-lLeft to rightj Jim McNerny, John Byrnes, Al Osborne, Ronald Rottmann, John Ruppert, Berky Kenny, Mike NVaIker, Bernard Rottman, Gil Wheeler, Jim Perry, Jim Bracken, John Barry, and Coach Walt Hurley. CLASSIC TECHNIQUE - James Perry churns his way up the K. of C. pool in a speed trial. TANK TEAM Hpzxrkwl by -lim Igl'2ltfIit'll mul I'Il'I't'Ilj' Kenny. Blount IIZIIZIIUIN fillisllwl ilu-ir rvgrulzll' sl-nsrnl with 21 40-35 win mu-1' Imyolzl. It was Illl'II' swmul vivtmjx' in llllill IIIUOIS in an se-asm: wllivll saw mlvfl-nts at tlw llilIlllS ol' Viiy 1wiw-. :mal il tim- mul zu loss zxgraiinst Poly. 'lllll' Illl'l'Il1l'll plan-ml an trio of XYIlllll'l'S in Tlw MSA SXYlllllllIllL1 vlmlnpimnsllipsz Igl'l'1'IIj' Kt'lIllj' in flu- I00 yzml ln'eustsTrokv: -lim limxvlu-11 in flu' 150-yzml in- 4IIVllIllill lll04lItl.YL Nitx Iiuppvrt. -lim I4l'2lt'Iit'll. mul Norm Ilzmnon in the 150-yzml lll4'lIIt'j' relay. In flu- l'1tv IIIPPT Igl'2ll'liUll Iill0l'kl'iI hw- sw-- omls off ilu- sczlmlastiv 1'vvo1'4l for The 120-yzml inflivhlual lllPlll1'j' mul won the- 40-yzuwl sprint. VICTORY SMH ES Loach Ed Matthews here relaxes with hls renowned MSA Champions after hls last score theck reveals the Uaels dehnltelx ln lt was a famlly affair with the McD0naghs the 0 Hara s the Benzmg s the Harrls and the Brothers PACEMAKERS MSA LOW HURDLER Tommv MSA DASHMAN Henry Strem MSA HIUH HURDLER Joe Moorcones stretches m top pek repeater In 100 and 270 McDonagh contmues a famllw style tradntlon X4 . V . . , , ,. , . , 1 y y v 1 -' ' .V -3-, ' 4 1 n hw its A , - l'lllll'l' lirotlit-I' Hlt'2ll'1llls mul litl Blsittlim-ws, tln- Blount Saint -lim-plil vsirsity trait-li te-:mi tmik first plan-t-in Ttit'tl1ii'tt-vii 4'X'1'lllNitll'2llPllll'1' tlit- MNA title- for tlit- tliiiwl time iii t'm1i'ye-:li's. 'l'lie- Nfllliill jl'ill'llt'l'4'tl tiil points. 'l'Iu- l'lll4l1'l'lllt'll NYHII trupliiw-s ut ll:iiim'vi'. l':i.. lfmiililiii l"i+-lil. l'liil:i1l1-lpliizl. :mtl liyril Sfilllllllll. Sltl. .Xt tlii- Nmniy Slivplit-nl lit-lays in Ilziium-i'. tlie- lim-ls 4'ill'l'll'1l lwim- fiw tmpliit-N with tliw- ln-lp of only six lmys. lfwnii tlit- IN-mi lit-lays tliv tiwivlmivii 4'ill'l'll'tl llttllll' tlit- Milt- liv- luy Pluqllv. .Xt tlit- l'liix't-i'sity of Nlzirylnml. Mark Uillniwi iw-1-viwil an wzitvli fm' top lll'l'A tlii-iiizim-4-. ln tlw lmynlsi liivltzitimizll. tliv lim-ls st-mu-tl till: points to rvpt-:it tlivit' WSU slivm-ss, :is tlii- Xlllv livlziy tvniii ul liill 5llllill. liill lu-tiny. 4'li:ii'lit- Siiytlvi' :mtl Mark U'llzu'z1 st-t ai in-xx' i---1-owl ul il lllIllllll'N .ilu mul 4 lil si-1-mills. -lilj'Yt'1' 5ll1'l't'NNl'N pl'4ulll1't'll liillpll i'ul'4l1rx'1's. llt-i-ln lluvzill :mtl lamil bkrulwk, MSA QUARTER AND HALF MILER-Mark 0'Hara is romping home in 50.4 in the exciting Mile Relay that clinched the Loyola Invitational Meet. His dad is getting it for the records. MSA DISCUS MAN-James Franz doesn't convince his date or Don Sibiski. 'Sl CINDERMEN-QTHIRD ROWJ: Brother Ricardus, Jerry VVard, Vince fiuercio, Don Myers, Mark Baden, Jim Skarda, Emil Skrabek, Don Sibiski, Pat Duffy, Bob Meehan, John Ziers, John Yon: cha, Nick Brandjes, Tom Moorcones, Jim Franz, Mark 0'Hara, Hank Strempek, John Leshear. tSECOND ROWJ: Pete Nilles, Tom Mueller, Joe Stricker, Bob Morris, Ralph Cordoves, Louis Bivens, Bart Duerr, Joe McDonagh, Bill Smith, Louis Bernier, Charles Snyder, Dan Allgeier, Bill Kenny, Andre Calas, Paul Pfeiffer. QFRONT ROVVJ: Joe Snyder, Al Osborne, Dick Kruger, Joe Latz, Ed Wunderer, Tony Demma, Dick Kinlein, Bob Sauter, Bill Bannon, Lyle Cobb, Jay Arnold, Charles Frizzera. Hill' 55-In 551: Est, iii HS ' M :ig ,gf l H J li A V- K Sli H 4 -all gag V all R -9' Bi' E' ,, -is 15,5 F5451 E Calc, K YSJA, JNL" ALL:STAR ACTION-Here is the drama of baseball caught by Tommy Hirsch, as all eyes center on Bobby Benzing stealing home in the All:Star Game. . "Q K 5' -.V -' . 3 '- , . ,.1't'i Q .4 .' sf ii e N 'Q I . ,D . 5 , i-:xg . N , -1. , vs fi A' ---" a-?2zEQfw5- W "ls . s. at .eww - 5 BULLPEN ACTIVITY-Bob Hamlin and Andy Smutny warm up on the sideline at a signal from Brother Conon as Gael pillbusters begin to really pound the Cardinals. GRAND lfm- tht- st-t-mul 4-mist,-clltiw yt-ar tht- varsity hast-hall Him-1-nppt-tl the city l'll2lllllll0llSlllIl wig'- ing' l,u,x'nla aml SUlllllt'l'll hy a llillll-11211110 mai'- gin. Ut' tht- first l-l fm-s tu fam- tht- Hat-ls. l2 of tht-in 1-m1l't-1't-lit-v rivals ttillllkl mit on tht- short s-ntl ut' tht- final swm-. 'l'ht-n tht- Klarylantl l'll'0Sll him- llillllll'll tht- ll'YlllQl'l'1llllil'S lllllll' initial sat- lravk hy a T-ll 1-mint. A lavk uf hits and an in- alnility ta vmm- Tlll'tlllQ1'll in tht- pint-h spt-llm-tl th-- tl-at fm- tht- Ulll't' nnheatc-n Gan-ls. Altogrt-tln-1' tlm-v hits wt-rv Q'til'l1Pl'9il wtf the slants of frush lllll'l0l' llonnit- Vox. two ot' tht-in ht-ing: of the tlnkt- varit-ty. This th-fe-at see-Int-tl to jinx the AlllllllTlll0ll as tht-y lost tltrve- uf tht-ii' Nllllilllllllg' Hu- grains-s givinlg' lll0ll1 an mu-rall mark of l6 wins aml lifblll' th-ft-ats. lint the Klarylantl Hvhol- astit- t'rnwn hall alrc-aely ln-en safely tnckc-cl away tlm-0 grams-s ln-t'm'e the st-ason's final against Vity. The flat-ls applic-tl the l'llllCll0l' against the ll2ll'lllll?llS of C'alve1't Hall lHIlllJElStll1g1' them by a 22-Il vomit. Tha- final league standing saw the Mmmtnu-it on the top rnngr with an llllp1'0SSlVC lil-Il lug' follows-tl hy S0lll'llPl'l1 and Loyola Oat-h posting: a ll?--l mark. l'u"ing: the sqnanl tlnring' its 213-ggwtluio season wt-ro AII-Jlurylannlvrsz -lohn Oswnhl. the m'lnh's li-utlingi' hitter :nt .4081 vngey liil Yeager whose play lui-hinil tht- plan- vm't'iwl thi- tim-ls to nmny vivtorii-sg shortstop l"rm-tl l'1lkvlxlwl'g1. the Han-ls h-zulotf hitter. who not only hit 3120. hnt was prolmhly tho loop's top fic-l4l0l'g ztnel first suvlwr livomrt' lloylm' who nhly filh-tl at spot wlnt-h nt thn- llvgfllllllllgl' of thi- si-uson was to lmvn- lwvn 21 llliljlbl' wt-nli spot, Others who played at nmjor role in the mlrlw- for Nl'lIUl2lSlll' lnnrvls were svvonml lmsv- nmn -lini l"oit. olltfii-ith-rs lioh lionzingr :mil Heolgv Vuotll. and liel lh-ntz znnl lllll'lt'l'S 'l'on1 lizlih-y. -lohn Norwooml. liurl llznnper illlll lioh llznnlin. 4'ong'rz1tnlntions also znw- in oriler for ll0Zll'll lirotlwr 1'onon who sm'ci-ssfnlly lllilllgfll- rem-ml his l'0ill'lllll,2' Tt'lllll'l' here nt tho Blount. SEASON'S TARGET-Three members of the All: Maryland team, John Oswald, Fred Eikenberg 5 and Ed Yeager join Frank Catterton, Jim Foit and Paul Scheel in taking a bow with the MSA Trophy. St. Joe also won it last year. SLAMMERS PILL BUSTERS-fFirst rowjz James Heller fmgr.b, Jerry Komin, George Doyle, Fred Eikenberg, John Oswald, Jimmie Foit, Gene Dentz. 1Second rowj: George Horn 4mgr.J, Rowland King, Ed Budacz, Andy Smutny, Ed Yeager, Bobby Benzing, George Vaeth, Bill Federline fmgr.J. qThird rowjz Coach Brother Conon, Earl Hamper, Bob Hamlin, Paul Scheel, Tom Bailey, Frank Catterton, John Norwood, John Strickroth fmgr.J. "" 1 pgs L 1 'x ,a ,401-IS "f -- gb-'ulr -" JV PILIDUSII-Rb 11-:rat row! 0r11lIe Harrison, John Delirouse, Ronn1 WhIt6hUFSf Frank Lombardo Paul Sharple1, John Puellt 19e1. ond ro111 Jlmmle Shaw Ilene. 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X, I , . 1 -1 - , 5 'T' ' . . . - ' 'L -1 J' -' STICKMEN VARSITY LACROSSE-4First rowb: Charles Rus: sell, Paul Plant, liabe L'rbanski, Fred Feurer, Frank Tamburello. Jerry Schwessinger, lieorge Allulis, Roh liullington. 1Second rowl: Car: men Paplle 1mgr.b, Jerry Long, Bill Newcomb, AI 0'FerraIl, Dick Novak, Bill Miller, John Walker, Jim Franz, Don Shanahan, Don Will: enherg, Coach Ray Kozlowski. 'l'l11- Sll1'lilIl4'!l 11111111-nl llllllllillli mul lust to Ilnys I.z11i11. SOYl'l'll Zlllll l"1'iv111ls, 'l'l1v Soutlim-1'11 Alllll NI1-lM11m11"l1 --"n1111-s ww-lm l1i1t1-rlv l'llll"'llT 1-1111- Tt'xTS with tlln- UIPINPIIUIITN wi1111i11g' out 5-Il :mal S--l ill sm-1'ull4l-llzlll' l'illlll'N. 'llllv llzlf-ls lost ll-l 111 ST. l':111I. lN'l.4bl't' tnlcinigr II11-11' sm-mul Vlt'iUl'j'. il 5-Ii win uw-1' lllgflllf'-llllllllll l'l1a11'ln1tv Hall. l11 the l"u1'vs1 llill'li "'2llll4'S Tilt' STll'lillll'll tin-ml in T111- ,- lust 111-riml :mil ws-l'v lltliiivll lil-l. l,0ll XVillv11- lw1'g:'s lust lllllllllt' tally sau-ml El sliutouf. The Nzivlv l'l1-In-s p1-mwl tim llllll'll ill the 'rinzil 51211114-s mul our v1-vw lust 10-2. l'1'o111isi11gr stairs ni' the -lil'YYt'0 wi-iw llillliilill .XVI Sl'llll'l'. llnll K1-wk mul Via-1 ll4ll'lll'I'. JY STICKMEN-1First rowb: Don Keck, Clet Hor: ner, John Kirby, Coach Ray Kozlowski, Arthur Schier, Mick Flurer, Bob Stachura. QSecond rowj: Al Rykiel, Dan Mercer, Larry 0'NeiI, Joe Mettle, George Schaeffer, tiene Stallings, Joe Mannion. 1Third rowj: Bill Farley, Larry Schneider, Vince Liuercio, John Boeren, Charles Hull, Ed Kaczmarek, Guy Klank. LAYING THE WOOD-Frank Tamburello is doing a fast twozstep, as the Patterson boy offers help. NVHEELS-Coach Ray Kozlowski plans attack with Don Shanahan, Capt. Dick Novak, Charles Rus: sell Bob Bullington, and Frank Tamburello. 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SUCCESS-Jerry Hessler, receives coveted diploma from Reverend Bishop Shehan in the presence of Dr. McCormick, Superintendent of Schools. SA-XLLJTATORIAN-H0yy'Iand Sanks emphatically' GLORY PATH-Wfhitezcoated seniors with the as: reminds his classmates of the Pope's call to Sllfanfe 0f C0llf32'3 men Siflde toward the Catholic Action. Stage- FINAL HOUR-Brother Placidus. Headmaster of Mount St. Joseph, welcomes dis: tinguished guests: Reverend Father Augustine, CP., his Honor Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro, Dr. Leo J. McCormick, and his Excellency. Bishop Shehan, and the parents and friends of the Class of '5l. llpanfp am! Q' nee" fflf Y'lm,111f,w l,f1rfl11fr ,ll1.'1ml'1'r1l .i11'f1rrl l'111' Yllll I'111fl II1 Iff111'1f111 .l1r'f1rfl1'111' lfxw-ll Il x 1x11 111 tl1+- Quill l'z111l William lim-1ti11g1-1'. 111 -l11111'11z1l1s111 -le-1'+-111111l1 'l'l11IlIliIN Xla11l1:1i. 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RHYTHM BOYS-Seniors Leo Nevin, Charlie Finck, Reds Campbell, John Fairbank, Charlie Siford and their dates hit the vocals as 'Rivers' Chambers rolls out the "Old Oaken Bucket." LAST DANCE HAPPY COUPLES--Brothers Aubin and Patrician give new college men, Fred Eikenberg and Billy Hladky, a bit of ribbing as they hand out favors and programs. HONORED GUESTS-Here seated with Brother Marcellus, Senior Moderator, to honor the new graduates are the gracious chaperonsz Mr. and Mrs. Finnegan, Mr. and Mrs. Bannon, Mrs. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Kleintank, and Mr. and Mrs. Bonner. CAMERA TARGETS-The smiles belong to John Sdanowich, Ed Yeager, Don Sibiski, tiene Horn, Tom McMullen, Jerry Taxik, and their sparkling dates. . 5 1 . 1- X... 'JR J" 5EPH4g 1 f-550 Off x S Q7 '45 ALX S' vit xi' V .fear 'i W. el 1875 'PE' MP I . 1951 Mr 6: Mrs F Abremskl Marne Africa Mrs M J Alllker Mr :Sc Mrs Carl Amrem Mrs Anna Antkowlak Mr 6: Mrs Bernard Antkovuak Mr 6: Mrs FrankC Antkowlak Mr 6: Mrs F J Antkoxuak Sr Al Aplcella I' 6: Mrs Leonard Aumlller 8 Mrs Ralph H Ballex F Bernard Baker 6: Mrs F Charles Baker 6: Mrs Henrx J Bauer I-Iorence Baun Frank Bednarcu k Theresa Bednarczx k Beechneld Bakerx Perrle Belz Mr 6: Mrs JamesA Bennng Hon Thomas N Bnddlson flI8dN s Bowers mr Joseph Blondo Mnss Marg Blondo Mrs Rosahe Blondo I' I' NIT 1 I' 6: Mrs R05 Blalock Al Blank Gt Mrs Ray mond Bonclek 6: Mrs B Bornhorn Jr 6: Mrs Hugh I- Brannan Sc Mrs 0 Leo Brehm 6: Mrs Edmund D Brent Herman E Brown Mrs P Brown Henrx J Buckel Mrs E Buckler Hon H Warren Buckler in Allen Bunce John Burke Mrs Nlncent Cala Mr 6: Mrs Bernard Carroll CharlesW Carroll Mr 62 Mrs Pietro Cataneo I-rank A Chesno Dolores Chlldress Mr 6: Mrs Edward Chw ba FrankJ Clcero Mr 6: Mrs J R Cicero Mr 6: Mrs Lawrence L Clark Charles Scott Conwax John Conway Mr 6: Mrs Walter Conwas Nlrs MarleH Cook Mr 6: Mrs P J Coughlm Thomas Couzens Mr St Mrs U Cummings Anna Cuneo Mr 6: Mrs Domlnlc D Adamo Alfred J D Amaruo PATROII Mr 6: Mrs Anthony A D Angelo Phlllp D Angelo Cecelia C Darbs 6: Sons Perrv T Darbx Lee Dax IS Allan L Dell S DeMarco M D Mr 6: Mrs Frank Demma Hon Thomas F Dempsex DelNlttls Pulerla John Doe Dolores 6: Pat Mrs Marx Donnellx Mrs Agnes Dotterwelch Jcrrx Dotteruelch John Dotterwelth 'Vlr 6: Mrs Joseph Drusana Mr 6: Mrs Theodore Dubbs Bart Duerr Mrs ll Duerr John L Duerr Mr 6: Mrs Joseph M Duerr Mr 8 Mrs Phlllp Dunmgan Mr 6: Mrs Leroy Eagan Jr Captamdt Mrs A L Emerson Mlss Beth Emerson Mae Emerson Ruth C Ermer Kenneth C Esans XVnlllam P I-annon Mrs Ron L I-ertltta Catherine F I'lx nn Hans I-ocht Wllllam A Franl Frederick Uable Mlss Margaret Freund A Frlend Anna A Uuttenberger John M Uuttenberger Tudw Uuttenberger Mr 6: Mrs Anthonx Haas Mr 6: Mrs Melvm J Hagan Harrison s Hamilton Pharmacx Louls C Hasslmger F Bull Heffner Helene Wllllam Herr Mrs Fred M Herrmann I- Paul Hessler I-rank A Hessler 6: Mrs 6: Mrs 6: Mrs 'Vlrs Ce el I' Sc Mrs 8 Mrs Al ert 6: 'Vlrs P J HICKBX NVm I- Hlckex C Hlrsch 9 la Hogan Roemo Hoggls Charles Hutller Hxle Frank lamplerl 6: Mrs Mllton lamplerl Sc Mrs Wllllam lamplerl Mlss lrma l-rank P Jacobs Mr 6: Mrs F Jacobs Ruta Frances Jacobs Mr St Mrs F A Jager Hllanx JHIIISLCV sk: H C Johanson I-llx Johnson Hon Howard VV Jackson Mrs lona Johnson A Frlend of St Elllabeth s Mr 8: Mrs C Frlzzera Mr 6: Mrs John Uarpstas John F Uarpstas Mr 6: Mrs J F Uarxeg Mr 6: Mrs G8Sp3f0VlC Mrs John Gelse JohnJ Ghmgher Sr 6: Mrs Bernard Gnllease 6: Mrs H R Ullner 6: Mrs John Cuza 6: Mrs Carmine J Uranese 6: Mrs Edward J Green Ervlng D Urelf 6: Mrs Frank Uretz av J tlrewe Mrs John Urewe VNlIhamT Urlexes ll Mr 6 Mrs John T Urlflin J L Orlflith Pearl T Urull Agnes Guttenberger lO8 I' I' I' 6: Mrs 6: Mrs 6: Mrs 6: Mrs Neal Johnson James L Johnson James Jones W Kacpura Frank J Karle T A Keene I' 6: Mrs A N Keepers 6: Mrs C Kllgour6: Famnlx 8: Mrs W Kllgour 6: Mrs Harry L Knoerlem Mrs Anna Kozlovsskn Mrs FrankP Kratz Jr Mr 6: Mrs Walter Krawcnk Dorothv Marne Kroeger Mr 6: Mrs MlchaelJ Kroeger 'Vlrs Florence Laage Ladies Aux Cnty Seruce ii75l VFW Norman Lang Mrs L C Larsen CharlesJ Laughlrt Samuel H Lawson Mr 8. Mrs A L Lease Mr 6: Mrs W S LeCompte Sr Mrs Anna Lenght Mr Peter Lelght Mr. . . ' Q . , Mr. . I, ' Mr. . . ' ' . -' L' Mr. ' . .. Mr. . 5 . . v ' Mr. . . . ' 5 4 ' ,' " Mr. . . '. " 5 ' " Mr. . '. ' ,.r. ' 5 . . M . . " ' Mr. . ' L . . . -. '. Nlr. 11 A' . . ' ' . Mr. A . ' ' . ' . . . Mr. . ' ' ' Mr. . ' ' ' ' . . . ' . M . ' 5 . . . Mr. ' . ' 2 ' M . . . , . '. . ' . . . Cpl. Wm. D. Boyle, U.S.M.C. Hon. George H. Fallon Fred C. Joh Nl . . '. . . ' ' I ,' Mr. . . ' ' . - Q . ' . " v' . ' ' M . . . - . . . ' Mr. . . . , Jr. ' Mr. . . '. ' . ' M . . . " . . ' Mr. . . '. . . . ' . ' M . . . ' '- ' . . . . . ' ' ' Mr. . . ' . . ' . . ' Mr. . . ' . . 3 Mr. . ' . . . ' . ' Mr. . . . " , ' . . . . ' Mr. . " . . ' . . - . Mr. . . . v A . ' ' ,' Mr. . . ' . ' g " Mr. ' . ' ' . . . . . ' ' ,' Mr. . ' . 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Mrs A M Stubbs Mrs Latherlne Sulllyan Jean J Tana Julla Tarleton Thomas Quality Food Market Mrs Pearl Thompson Mr James S Tomalskl Mr 6: Mrs Frank Trawlnskn Phyllls A Tubman Ruth Turner Mr 6: 'Vlrs Tyyeedale Mrs F Nogelsang Fred P Vogelsang l-dyyard L, Noglk Joe and Flleen Walker L. l- Wallace Mr 6: Mrs Thos F Vyarthmgton Mrs Mary VVasserman Donald J WCISCFISCI Hon J Bernard Wells Wleland s Furniture Store r 6: Mrs l Wlseman 1 r 45: Mrs Michael NWO-lCIk 1 r J VVolosnle 6: Nlrs Royyland -X NN omack Nlrs l- Woodward Lenore P Zarclefsky Nlr 6: Mrs S Zazeskl Jr R lyares 1 . . . " . I Frank L. Mohler Mr. :Sc Mrs. Norbert F. Reisner Mr. 51 Mrs. A. Swieczkowski - at - n W v V , . . , . . ' . . . Nl . . . . . ' . ' . ' S , . Nl . . ' Y ' ' ' ' . ' 'll . . ' 1 . . . ' " V Nlr. 1 . ' . . 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Dlckens 6052 ECKHARDT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY Frederick Avenue and Marydell Road Apothecary to MT ST IOSEPHS COLLEGE XVhc e Confidence We Appreciate E B HARRIS G SONS Sea Food Lexington and Hollins Markets HEER BROS Inc 105 E 25th Street 14 Qaeal' Name an llfze Rauf' AMERICAN OIL COMPANY FRED GROSS 6- SONS Inc 1300 S Clinton Street BRoadway 1460 CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES OF 1951 Good Luck to the Class of 51 from WIEDEFELD 6. SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS Greenmount Avenue and 22nd Street B sm s Phones Re dence Phone LE mqton 5244 0996 Altbutus Bl GENERAL SUPPLY COMPANY STANLEY KNIGHT SODA FOUNTAINS Soda Fountam Tavern Restaurant Hotel Supplles and Equipment Dnstnbutors for Coca Cola 613 N EUTAW STREET BALTIMORE I MD WM I IBILLI SLATTERY O ner II4 Williams Oil-O-Matic Oil Burners CO. ARCHWAY MOTORS Inc 500 N Hrlton Street Edmondson Avenue Sales FORD Service Wllkms 3600 Complunents FRANK and BILL ADCRAFTERS PRINTING and OFFSET Baltunore and Frederick Streets Greetmqs WESTON BISCUIT CO 3915 Coohdqe Avenue Baltrmore 29 MR and Mrs I N SHUSTER CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES MESSAGE TO THE PARENTS In order to provrde Ior your son s lmmedxate needs hrs hrgher educatron and future open an account for hrm at the AUGUSTA for any amount where rt rs INSURED up to S10 000 OO and on whrch he wrll recerve 11bera1 sem1 annual drvrdends Current dxvrdend rate 3 X per annum WRITE OR CALL AUGUSTA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 416 NORTH HOWARD STREET Ilust below Frankhnl BALTIMORE 3 MD WILLIAM R EBERLING CI-ASS OF ID Gramte MONUMENTS Marble WI1kens 4135 AMRHEIN BROS Pres 7.4, Quazrz., nw of 704164, Gllmore 1473 or 1474 THE ALCAZAR 1 l . . CII U . H ' I 0 O I A ' . , . . . . . 1 , I . ' I 0 . . . . .- . . . . . 0 o . I 1 . . . . 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BR so 1 ' ' use Ice Skatmg Instructlon Hockey SPORTS CENTRE ICE RINK East North Avenue Baltrrnore 2 Md BUCK GLASS COMPANY Manufacturers of Baltlmores Glass Mxlk Bottles for Hal! a Century Baltunore 30 Maryland PLaza 0700 See What You Buy Buy m Glass M1111 Is Better m Glass Bottles We Dehver Phone LO 7052 CARROLL A READ Comphments oi MILK BAR LUNCH 2251 W11kens Avenue Baltrmore 23 Md Plttsburgh Pamts Houseware Tools Electncal Supplxes 4102 4104 Fredenck Avenue LEEDS MEAT MARKET 5513 Selma Avenue Arbutus Md Best Wrshes from MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM 1726 E Pratt Street Zone 31 CH 6179 IOSEPH I MARTEL Auto Repamng Phone 1205 E Lanvale Street Baltxmore 2 Md LITTLE S FUNERAL HOME Smce 1903 IOHN 'I' STANSBURY Successor 2700 Edmondson Avenue Baltlmore 23 Md Phone I.Onqwood 3470 A FRIEND II7 . , . 5 ,, . I l . . ' n . , . . . . . . . . . , . CO. . . , . . . 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DRY CLEANING 2705 Fredenck Avenue We Invlte Comparison THOMAS J KENNY FUNERAL HOME 1600 HoIlIns Street Baltimore 23 Md IIC Best Wlshes to the GRADUATES OF 1951 M NIAYWW MARANTO S DELICATESSEN Congratulat1ons ' CLASS OF 1951 IOSEPH R SCHNEIDER S W Corner Fayette and St Paul Streets WE INVITE YOUR MEMBERSHIP N E W M I C H A E L S Permanent Savings and Loan ASSOCIBIIOII 400 North Mllton Avenue Money Loaned to Home Buyers CURRENT 4! DIVIDEND Open Wednesday 1:00 to 8:30 P.M. Broadway 3495 CHRISTMAS CLUB PAID IN FULL RECEIVE A PREMIUM 1 W F' W - - I - 1 0 I 0 , . . , I , . For Reservations a : A o a err . al imore's Finest Italian Cuisine and . he eisure Cock ail Lounge . an . . ro s. . . , . .. . . .. . f IL I ll ll . . . I . . . o o I20 MU 9429 MARINE Hotel and Cafe Est 1905 500 02 E PRATT STREET BALTIMORE 2 Friend Prop HARRY IosI:PHsoN MT ST BUTLER 6 NEALE Realtors 3529 Edmondson Ave LO 7285 A R T S C R A FT INCORPORATED Lmoleum TIle and Wall Covermg HOpkIns 4060 4061 5308 York Road Balhmore 12 UIIIUERSIJV IIIBIILIIIIIDRE SCHOOL OF LAW IYEAR EVENING P 9 LLB a 1 PRE LAW 2 YEAR DAY EVENING P oqr eq o:lsf'es for SCHOOL OF BUSINESS INDUSTRY AND MANAGEMENT -:YEAR DAY a SYEAR EVENING P q .3 I I aa g to JUNIOR COLLEGE 2YEAR DAY d ZYEAR EVENING P q YEAR DAY L q I y AA f 1420 N CHARLES ST BALTIMORE I MARYLAND BALTIMORE SALVAGE COMPANY A FRIEND BALTIMORE ELECTRIC BLUEPRINT C0 4 East Centre Street SA 0310 QUICK PROMPT RELIABLE E - . 1 u I n - Q A ro ram leading to the . egree, qualifies for the Maryland Slate Bar Examin I . - - or r am u il Law School. 1 I - an - ro r m e in tlje B,S. degree in Accounting, Business Management, Finance, Industrial Management, Marketing, and Trans- portalion. - an - ro rams in Liberal Arts, and 2- e a Secretar, Adminislrativ Secretary and Medical Secretary Programs leading t the . .degree. Wrl e or Call lor Boolrlef . IZI LExington 5198 IOHN COOK Florist and Rosaricm 318 N. Charles Street Baltimore Md TERRACE DRIVE IN Home Made Ice Cream Fancy Bakery Congratulatnons and Best Wlshes to the Graduates of 1951 from MR and MRS IOHN B HAMILTON 133 Cherry Dell Road Catonsvrlle 28 Maryland Amerrcan and Swlss Watch Repairs FREDERICK FUCHS 704 N Eutaw Street Baltunore Md JAMES C MONAGHAN Reglstered Master Plumber RELIABLE Plumblng Heatlng Spoutlng 7950 STONY CREEK ROAD BALTIMORE 26 MD Phone Armlger 39112 Water Systems Our Speclalty Best Wrshes the 51 Grads from RABAI S BAKERY 2004 Edmondson Avenue Compltments of and MRS SAMUEL DANGELO nun mem' o FOR ML YOUR STORE NEEDS IOHN I 61 F ROWLAND MCGINITY Prescnptlon Pharmaclsts Eastern and Ellwood Avenues Baltunore Maryland Comphments SEARS ROEBUCK 6. COMPANY Telephone GI 22212222 2223 I F GARVEY Wholesaler oi Plumbmq and Heatrng Supplles 3204 Frederick Avenue Baltnnore 29 Md 'O MR. . ' - - of - I 1 1' I 2 2 Branch 340 CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF SAINT GEORGE St Rxtas Church Dundalk Md This Order Sohcrts the Mernberslup ot All Catholic Males AGE 0 to 15 16 to 60 Iuvemle Plan Adults FRATERNALISM CATHOLIC ACTION CIVIC PRIDE For Detalls See EDWARD A WOLF SR State Deputy 46 Admlral Boulevard Dundalk 22 Md Dundalk 0617 M LExmgton 7769 Have Your Furmture Made Like New By the CLIFTON UPHOLSTERING CO I A FOX 6 SON Wrndow Shades Overstufted Suits S p Covers Made to Order Chair Canelng LET US ESTIMATE 1629 31 HARFORD AVE BALTO 13 MD SAMUEL B PARROTT Roohng and Sheet Metal 114 Westowne Road Baltunore 29 Md SAratoga 7110 CAtonsvxlle 8635 wlx AND Mnlssn cm 5248 THE PARADISE Under New Management Beer Wlnes Lrquors Seafood 6412 Frederick Road Catonsv1lle 28 Md FOLKEMER PHOTO SERVICE Bell and Howell Educatlonal Servlce 947 Poplar Grove Street Gllmore 3100 31013102 WINDSOR CONSTRUCTION CO Buxlders and Engtneers 2604 Fredenck Avenue Baltunore 23 Md Congratulatlons and Best Wtshel BRADFORD FEDERAL SAVINGS 6 LOAN ASSOCIATION 2600 BLOCK E FAYETTE STREET cor Luzerne Avenue INSURED SAVINGS HOME LOANS Open Dculy EAste n 0100 Phone BRoadway 12212 3 FRANK P R BOHAGER 6 SONS Inc Waste Paper Shredded Paper FLEET and EDEN STREETS BALTIMORE 31 MD Phone LOnqwood 7102 BOSCH BROS STEAM PRESSING CLEANING DYEING ALTERING REPAIRING RELINING Orders called tor and dehvered Better Cleaning' Renew the beauty ot your garments Our cleanmg methods vnll do xt 4105 FREDERICK AVENUE BALTIMORE MD MR WM W WOLF Es: 1892 POTTHAST BROS Inc Makers of Fme Hcmd Made Furruture The Tme Antiques of Tomorrow 924 N CHARLES STREET 1 T - - f ' . II ' Baltimore. Md. I O ' r . I. . I . I23 Call Wllkens 4200 T ARBOE BROTHERS RADIO TELEVISION QTORAGE WAREHOUSE RCA Westinghouse Teletone Movmc: mcxmo RUG CLEANING All Wesunqhouse Apphances Agent Alhed Va Lx es Long Dista ce Mo mg Records and Guts 3932 34 FREDERICK Avgnug 2115 4115 Fredencl: Avenue Kxtchen Umts Metal Wall Txle TELEVISION Cosley RCA E er on E I-I L HAMILTON RADIO CENTER Sales Se vxce Appl ances Beer Wines Liquors N I FOHTHUBER R W SUTTON Chuan 1200 Delicatessen 580 HAHFORD ROAD BALTIMORE 14 MD Legal For Trust Funds Established 1916 Savings Insured Up to S10 000 00 Current 0 Dividend Per Annum FAIRVIEW FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 2013 2015 Freder1ckAvenue Baltimore 23 Maryland Open Daily except Saturdays also Monday Nights S100 Opens an Account Phone Gxlmor 3484 KELLY BUICK SALES CORPORATION C MARKLAND KELLY Presldent Charles Street at Mt Royal Avenue MUlberry 2800 LOngwood 0153 Wllkms 6233 LOHR 6. FRITZE Flonsts 106108 Sorrent Avenue Baltimore 29 PIZZA'S RESTAURANT Compliments of PENN DOL PHARMACY 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue Open 24 Hours Daily MAdison 4173 POTTS AND CALLAHAN PAVING CO. I24 PA 'S ' -n'n - n v' . f - -ms RU 's 07 .. HELMS HARDWARE AND PAINT Greatest Success Hardware. Paints, Oil, Glass. etc. fl'0m HA 2655 6014 Harford Road Y. B. Compliments STRASSNER S RESTAURANT HARFORD CLEANING 6. DYEING CO BR 9730 Fine Food and Drinks 801 S Conklmg Street TON Y CATANEO LINE SERVICE Pler IPRR HAm11t0n 1833 ESIC!b1.lS11ed 1922 J HENRY CARSTENS 8: C0 Inc PAINTING AND DECORATING 5700 Falr Oaks Avenue Baltxmore 14 Md Member of Pamtmg and Decorating Contractors SIncere best wishes from your neighborhood HIGH S ICE CREAM STORE 4110 Fredenck Avenue DAVID EDWARDS A thorlzed Dealer Compliments A FRIEND I Y FRANK DELLA NOCE Funeral Home 322 S High Street at Trxmty LE 3205 Smcerest Wishes WILLIAM HUDNET I25 of . . , . of America 1 of . u ' of GUFFIVIANS HOBBY CENTER HEADQUARTERS FOR PHOTO SUPPLIES MODEL SUPPLIES Kodak Ansco Argus Bell Howell Amencan Flyer Lronel Mantua Ampro Graflex Busch Deiur De Skyline Strombecker Testors Ber fender FR GE and others sted Ideal Globe Xacto Dreml Casco and others GOFFMAN S HOBBY CENTER 330 PARK AVENUE BALTIMORE 1 MD We mall anywhere in the world IOS R SCHNIEDER IR Amoco Servrce Hzllen and Front KITCHEN PAINT 6 HARDWARE Inc 3403 Edmondson Avenue Baltimore 29 WE DELIVER Wllkms 2584 HARDWARE PAINTS HOUSEWARE Open Until 9 PM Good Luck the 51 Grads from DONALD OETTINGER VENTILATION Industrial Commercial Domestic Engineering Equipmert Installation C D LUTTON CO 2127 Maryland Avenue Baltlmore 18 BE 5957 EXTERMINATORS LExmgton 5215 se se she s e she s e s e she er s e she she s e ELECTRIC LOVE wants a date Meter comes to call Receiver wants an escort-Conductor s slow of omprehension Accelerator goes up in the alr--Condenser s hungry Feeder s a poor cook Discharger eats too much Rectilxer hands are cold Heater fumes and sputters Insulator wants a holiday Transmitter s narrow in her views Amplifier s a pest Extermlnator IUST CALL VOGELRITT 233 ST PAUL PLACE BALTIMORE 2 Good Wishes the Graduates of 51 MICHEL S FOOD MART Meats Grocenes Frozen Food 2701 Harlem Avenue Baltxmore ll LOnqwood 2174 KROZACK S Meats Grocenes Vegetables 501 Denison Street Wllkens 9898 Use YELLOW CABS Excluslvely OFFICE RESIDENCE Tel Gllmor 7400 Tel Gllmor 6028 GEORGE L SCHWAB FUNERAL HOME FREDERICK AVENUE AND PULASKI STREET BALTIMORE Alr Conditioned Parlors Modern Equipment EdwinaC M Drushler IohnG Hobler Phone LOnqwood 2878 THE IRVINGTON SHOP Ladies Men s and Children s Furmshmqs Dry Goods Notions Novelties Greeting Cards for All Occasions 4114 FREDERICK AVE BALTIMORE 29 MD 1 I to A . A I I . It h -- I It h . - ' to It . Il you think she's picking your pocket-Detector It h ' c ' - It ' ' It h ' - I It h ' - ' It - ' ' - ' - It h - lt h - It ' - ' ' If , . . - . . It h ' - ' . , MD. I26 BELAIR ROAD HUDSUN, Inc. 4709 BELAIR ROAD Sales HUDSON Service Clilton 3737 Smooth Sailing the 51 Grads' REINHARD S BAKERY Insured Savings With Liberal Dividends OCCIDENT FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1201 W Fayette Street OPEN DAILY Best of Luck from MT ST IOSEPH BOWLING TEAMS SPURRIER S BALTIMORE DRESSED POULTRY CO Hotels Restaurants Hospitals Promptly Served Lexington and Broadway Markets 42 46 Front Street PI.aza 1389 LEx1nqton 5787 P I McEVOY INCORPORATED IMPORTERS 310 West Baltimore Street Baltimore Md M I BIRMINGHAM 6. SON TWIN CITY SUPPLY CO DUNDALK MD Coal Fuel O11 O11 Burners Phone Dundalk 2220 OLIVER DRY CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT 2521 E Oliver Street Baltimore 13 Dependable Service and Workmanshxp EA 9811 ENIOY TELEVISION POP S Milton Avenue Restaurant BEER DIRECT FROM THE KEG For Study and Sport You Need Clear Vislon Have Your Eyes Examined at F W MCALLISTER CO 110 W Fayette Street Baltlmore 1 Electrical and Radio Repairs Lamps and Appliances N w and Old House Wxrmq a Specialty Wnrmq tor Lxqht and Power Prompt Service CAtonsvxlIe 5950 FREDERICK P MILLER 6. SON Licensed and Bonded Electrical Contractors Catonsville s Oldest Electrical Contractors 818 FREDERICK AVE CATONSVILLE 28 MD to OPEN DAILY 8 A-M--7-30 P-M- I 2500 E. Preston Street Baltimore I3 I27 Heaton: SHEET METAL WORK 404 INDUSTRIAL PLANTS BUILDING CONSTRUCTION THE FINGLES C0- Zngmeefze . Qad-zicatafw REISTERSTOWN ROAD AT ELGIN AVE. Baltimore 17, Md. LAiayette 3300 Approved Appliers H. H. Robertson Co. RPM. Gcxlbestos THE IOHN TROCKENBROT CO. - Designers of - SCHOOL, COLLEGE, CLUB. LODGE RINGS AND PINS BANQUET FAVORS, TROPHIES SINCE 1882 310 North Pcxca Street MT. ST. IOSEPH RINGS AND PINS PL 8387 MU 1052 WI1kIns 7860 MICHAEL C SNEERINGER PAINTING AND DECORATING INDUSTRIAL SPRAYING 416 S Augusta Avenue Balhmore 29 Md FAIRWAY REALTY CO We Specmhze West Bcrltrmore cmd Suburban Propertres Good Buys In Home Property IF YOU WANT TO SELL IT' IF YOU WANT TO BUY IT' Call GI lmor 1738 1300 WALNUT AVENUE OFFICIAL OUTFITTERS TO MT ST IOSEPHS SCHOOL NATIONAL SPORTING GOODS CO INCORPORATED Everythmg for sports CA1vert 0284 310 E Bcxltunore Street O . o . 1 o n " in . . ' u . n ' al ' u - n ll In I I I I28 PHONES Chas O Ieremias H H Good ED 4335 ED 4336 4337 PLaza 6200 U P L A N D s ,,,Co,1,,,,,,,ed GOOD 6. CRAFT Inc 4625 Edmondson Avenue 512 N Eutaw Street Balhmore 29 Md Baltimore 1 LEx1ngton 5714 Establxshed 1924 KACHAUSKAS FUNERAL HOME Charles W Kachauskas Ir FUNERAL DIRECTOR 637 Washington Boulevard Office 703 MCHENRY STREET BALTIMORE 30 MD MUlberrY 8617 Compliments ot BINGO ff-I-HE LOOP-I Every Wednesday 8:30 P.M. BQB I-'LANNERY ST. lOSEPH'S MONASTERY Propnetor HALL I29 ED Developers of Uplands Lighting Fixtures : Wiring : Repairs 'A' SHANKEN S TAVERN Llqht Lunch and Sea Food Beer Wlnes LIQUOIS 2248 Wllkens Avenue M SHAIVITZ 6. SONS Fme Furmture and Appllances UPTOWN 570411 Harford Road DOWNTOWN 81626 S Charles Street Look for the Clock m the Mlddle oi the Block MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PHILIP T BANNON President ALBERT M CASHOUR Ist Vice Presldent LEO M GARY 2nd V1ce Pres1dent EDWARD D DEVANNY Recordlnq Secretary BRO LEO FRANCIS CF X Correspondlng Secretary MARK A O HAHA Treasurer REV CHARLES M DELAVIGNE OP Chaplam MEYER 8: THALHEIMER STATIONERS PRINTERS TOYS IO N Howard Street Plaza 6340 l30 7 a I . Q - u ' Q u . . n u ............-.................... o ...................... n .-........................... s ................... s I oo ........... I n .................................. u o o 1 a......-.......... o i1 l I H I MUELLER 6. 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