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

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Tllt'l'tx is tht- llSllill hustle- aml lPllNlll' lllilllltl in any svlmol t'Ul'l'ltlUl'. lin-- wihlm-1'4-nl t'1'1-sl11114-11. walking: i11 0111- lilllllllllgl' Innk- ing' for a 4'l2lSSl'0Ulll in 2lll0Tlll'I'3 Ctlllfltlttllf suphs. happy tl1at tht-y ara- lllb loiig-1-1' in just thx- first iw-ar: milml ,j1111im-s. st1'11g1'g1'li11g1 to get tht- INWIII llll'lll1ll'lZWl In-t'm'v 1-lass lu-gills: kl1UXVlllgl' st-11i111's, alisvllssinigg' 1-I11-111ist1'.x'. lmasx-hall aml the- latest flanvt- all i11 thm- samn- ln'1-atl1. X1-xt. tht- l'2ll.1'Tt'l'lil, with thc- 1li11 ot' fivn- llllllf 1l1-1-tl lmys yt-llingr si11111lta111-o11sly: and tht- li- lll'2ll'.Y. wl11-1'1- daily l'92lllll1gl' tlllll l'llSt'iil'l'll wx-rv I'Ell'l'l1'll 1111 in Slll'I3l'lSllljl' quiet: and the illltll- TOI'llllll. YYllt'l't' llvllilflllgl' held forth on l'lI'lll2lj' ill'ft'l'lllbl1ll, as tha- sun 1-ast lllfl'lt'ilT9 patte-1'11s tlll tht- Hum' llll'1lllQIll staim-1l glass XVlllllllXYS, aml avrlvss thm- wav. the 1-hapa-l. NYllt'l't' st-att:-rm-tl stll- 111-11tsk111-It as th1- small sam-t11a1'y lamp twi11kl1-ml its sill-111 prayn-1' l1s-fm'1- the altar . . . All of this was 2lllllUSlllll'l'l', aml to thc- averagrr- Alllllllflllilll. it was imlispl-11sahle. INTERESTING?-Brother Arthur, libra: rian, reviews for Don Houchen, John Gardner, and Danny Allgeier a re: quired reading novel that the boys are a bit skeptical to accept as popular reading material. WlNTER'S CHARM-The beauty of a winter's snow is reflected on the white landscape of the M0unt's rolling campus. 1.-'if as"M f M ...av-v""'?' W. -Qaida Mxlgw S www W TUDYING MEN OF INDUSTRY-Seniors quiz auditorium speaker, Mr. Fiddleman of Bethlehem Steel as to the opportunities available to today's graduates. OPENING DAY-Brother Urban Francis waits at the entrance to the "M" building to assist worried freshmen over the first hurdle to safe arrival at the opening assembly session. ALWAYS GUIDED BY The Fa ulty WND TEACH WITH SYMPATHY AND UNDERSTANDING .4-4v""' .fff-'9' ,,..1' ,fl ,,- ,.4"', , Af ff, ,Xa " -'-'x"'x X ,f ,,,.f-'- ,Jr- , run' .r -4 -J""""4f:i1':'-F, ,rs-7' J-',,.,"' uf' YU yr' XX .YI v .5 'LF L1 ' U41-,-A - . 7-ex 332 VVQ11 A lx fx 11 N N -gy!!! 21 X1 A ii. 59' ix ,f' Ig F- I : K Q 'ZAN 1 1 sn 4 ' I X 'S RnB 1 . . 45 ISV11111111- 1'12I1'1'111'1' 211111 1111- .X14J11llT 11lXV1'1' 11111111 111 11111 111'1ll 2lI11'1l41I'N 111:11 'P A 1-1-1-1111 5111111514157 111 111. 11111 NXY111 1111-1:11111 111' 11111' 1115111 5111111111 1121.X'N. 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Il1-1'1- lllltllll' flll' l'ill'l'flll g'11i1lz1111-1- of 11111' Il11z11l111z1st111'. l51'11tl1111' l'lz11'i1l11s, l1is z1ssistz111ts. l31'11tl1111's 1'y1'il. Iwo z1111l l.z1111l1111't. along: with Atliletiv lli1-111-t111' I31'11tl1111' Ri1'z11'1l11s. s1111111 forty Xz1ve1'iz111 Bl'tJil16I'S 111111 iivv l?l'Vll1t'll g:11i1le almost 21 ll10llS2ll1tl boys tl11'1111g:l1 lllilllj' subjects in the ACiiCllll11lC. V11111111111-1'ial. 211111 Geiiwal 1-11111-sos, With tl111i1- help. every single factor IIQCGSSRIQ' for the 1l43Vlll01DlI1Ql1i' of wvll-1'o11111l1'1l C,'atl111li1' 1111611 is p1'9SPllf. No feature of s1-l11111l life is o111itt111l that will help T11 l'1rl'lIl 1111111 of l'llZll'2l1'TPl' who will he a credit to tl11'i1' l'l1111'1'l1 211111 1:1m1111t1'y. DIRECTOR-Brother Pla: cidus is the source and inspiration of the faculty and stu: dent body. His are the manifold respon: sibilities entailed in the proper function: ing of a Class "A" school, ably fash: ioned to today's high standards. RISSIIJIZNT l'RlElfl2Cl'-Brother Lamhcrt supcrxiscs the resident campus Iifc. 'Fwy PREFECT OF STUDIES-Brother Cyril di: rects the scholastic program. PROCURATOR-Brother Leo provides for maintenance and staff. X A'l'Hl.l2'l'lC lJlRl2C'l'OR-Brother Riuardus coordinates the cxtenaixc athletic schedule. Andre r Arthur Br Benjamm KJ? Br Aquinas Br Aubln Br Bernardus Br bamlllus Br Laslmlr Br Llarence 0l.lR REPUTATIDN MFTAL MENJ Brother Dommlc superwses as Ronald Baron askn Ronald Tarbert and Ed ward Rutkowskl start fash :onmg the metal into desired shapes for the OPEN HOUSE exhibit Br Lamplon Br Celestme Br Cletus Br. Colombiere Br. DePaul Br. IJeSaIes Br. Dismas Br. Dominic Br. Eric Br. Fabian Br. Francis Joseph Br. Gerald Br. Gerardus Br. Herman Br. Hilaire GENERAL EXCELLENCE Studies, explains to new faculty mem bers, Brothers Patrick, Romuald tierardus, Gerald, Andre, and Joseph their duties at the Mount. BRIEFING-Brother Cyril, Prefect ol NEVV FACES- Brothers Liguori and Pierce meet John Clarke, Francis Palumbo, George Vy: skocil, Justin Stass and Robert Johnson right after the Christmas Holidavs to get a quick preuesx of IS DUE T0 THEIR EFFDRTS Br John Br Jordan Rr Joseph Br Kenan Br Koska Br l eo l-ranus Br LILUOFI Br l outs Charles Br Loxola Br Nlartellus Br Nlaxlmus Br Patriuan DN DUR BEHALF TOP ATHLETE-Bob Benzing smilingly receives the Brother Eugene Trophy for the outstanding athlete, gentle: man and scholar from Headmaster Brother Placidus in the presence of Coach Vic VVojcihovski. Bob played the four major sports with an energy far in excess of his slight frame. Nothing stopped him. -f C.S..'Nl.C. LEADER-Brother L'rban Francis kneels to kiss Archbishop Keough's ring and to receive his blessing at the Cathedral Crusade Rally. ,E hm. ag' ?1 Br Walter Br Yacharx Mr R Kozlowski Mr J Pleuak Rr Patrlck Br Paulus Br Pierce Bl Romuald Br Simon Br Urban I-rancls WE OWE THEM AVN ARD S'Vlll bS Brother Hllalre pre en s VVaxne Wlorrlson and Pat Keating faxors at the hrst I-rosh Dance Mr. E. Plevyak Mr. Y. VVojcihovski BENEDILTION Archbishop Keough ofli clates during the Solemn Benedlction at the Stadium on the occasion of Father Payton's Rally for the Family Rosary Crusade. DAL.'KiHTERS OF THE MOST HOLY REDEEMER - Here enjoying the coolness of the porch after a hot session in the kitchen are Sister Jako: bina, Sister Facundina, Sister Donwina, Mother Aurelia, Sister Constantina, Sister Dietgera and Sister Clarita. ETERNAL Mr. S. Zaleski Mrs. J. Finnegan Mrs. J. Kettering THANKS Ls! TRAFFIC JAM-That's the only way to explain the situation at Wind Tunnel and Radio Sector on Open House Night when more than twelve hundred visitors pax tiently struggled through forty classrooms and labs to discover what makes the high school such a matter of magic and wizardry. ln the physics lab we catch a glimpse of Bob Flynn patiently explaining the intricacies of some multiple actors. WINNERS' CORNER-Brother Placidus pays trib: EYE PLEASERS-Open House guests look with ute to the top talent of Open House as he pleasure at a few of the trophies garnered by awards school jackets to Nick Brandjes and Gael teams and wonder if they recognize a few Donald Gayhardt, as Dick Feher, Rich Meiner, boys' names. Francis Batts, Gene Stallings, Larry 0'NeiIl, Joe Philbert, Pat Cinnamond, and Charles Darby stand by. lfffh '9 A ll fW3 Ig 1 tv N :si 5' if Q ' V4 Q' 'QM v- 'gfvygl v ,xp n S H WS, if :QA A sf Qi? .QV 'f f 2 if Y' . ,V N' X in n. f g . , ,, 'V ?7'f ?."f 'FW TTTV' ff ,,.""' q.. . fs ' f K U, f-f ., snvwmsv-in -,r-.J 1 QR! Fw' " " A NL, ' Q1 ' ' F , L J ,ai f X "9" ei-5 ff? if if fi Q51 ' :xi N X N Academic Commercial General Studie 0F Sfllll0lliS at the Mount have an l'ilUil'0 of tlm-v courses to study. For those who vliousv tho Ava- mloiuic, Latin. suit-111-v and a lot of math are the order of the day. Bllsiiiess-lllillded stlulvllts must i0ill'l1 to cope with Typvw1'ite1's, Sil0l'iil2lllii. and voniinercial lll?ll'ililll'S in 0l'Cil'l' to grain their ili- plmna. ln the g.!'1'lll'l'?li course. shop subjects :mil llll'Ci1?llliK'iii mlrawingr are 2lL'l'0llT6li. Regrarmllvss 0 The choice. vv1'mi11 i.92lflll't'S are pw-sviit for all students. Ilistory. mul i'il1g'iiSil. and Rvligrion are required of all. Despite our 1't'illi'i2lllC9 we are wlllvzltvci, and M1111-Html well, in the host Trzuli- tions of Vatlnoliv vmllwzxtion. and despite our wurmls To the- K'illlil'ill'y. we do aippn-vizlio it. ANALYSIS-Joe Cough: lin and Vince Cucina check experiment factors. TRANSCRIPTION -Jerry Helinski con- sults his shorthand notes for details. PLATE WORK-Brother Eric examines draw- ings of Otts van der Berg and Joe Willen- burg. 20 1. TODAY . . . FOR A LIFE THAT WE lIKE Q V - . luil lu-ily rliw-:unix il .YHIIIILI lllilll s 4il'P?llll ui Tlii- xwwlsl ui tniiiol'l'uw :is wimul hunks lay wut- ti-iw-il iwfmw- liim, l"wi'1l14- mriiiiviii. work mi liix NIM-1-izil pimjn-1-1 fm' Thi- yi-ui' lim givi-in l1i111 El jl'iillllPNl' ilitw fin- il'l'llll'llliUllS puviimilifii-5 ui' rlii- M-ii-iiw uf Ilia- i'llTlll'l'. :mil lin- ix litm-willy spvll- lmiiml. 'l'I11- N11-ziiilv iii.-1 ut' Ntiiily, wiwlc. mul iliwiplinf- Iiaix zwviiximiu-il him tn thi- pnimtzik- im: pi'ii-1-ui' In-ziriiiiig: annul tin- pn-rwiizll seitisihv- timi wt' ani-iiii-xw-iii--int. 'l'l1f- li--'lit--1' niuiiu-iitx 01' we-liiwl: Tlii- il'l4'll4iN. Hn- illlllltbll Tlii- 2i1'TlVlTll'N :ill il1lYl' plzilxw-il Till'il' part. 'l'l1ix ix tin- wnrlrl lie- Iiux lu-1-in pw-pzii'ii1g' fur. linlii illw-mm fire- liix ilIliljl'illElii4lll. :is ln- l'IlX'iNi4Hl5 1111- iii-w Tim-lilx uf -F .v wi.-in-v waiting' To In- 4-uiiqilf-i'e-ii. THAT WE ARE LINGUISTS RESEARQH MEN-Denny Roth, E5'zlt!il2,i'1"e-"y'f' N Dennis Laumann, and Bob Mrozinski display real talent in fashioning this German castle from cardboard. "Be: lieve it or not", it contains more than 300 windows. FRENCH TRAVELERS--With a yen for the "Open Road", these Junior French linguists take a fast glance at trave: logues to lend "color" to the daily battle of grammar. lllllelban Q I m ui " f Il an 'f ' .K ,- . . , ' " W - H i' Q 1 I I 3 ' J ' N ...,. , "" ' - ' 1. X 'A , " i fm , t "M -A .M 'W E Amid the strains of the llzirst-illznise mul of the lleutslilziml l'lwr Alles ns they inter- Illlllglvtl Tlll'0llg'll0llf the l'0l'l'ltl0l'S of Alexis llnll. busy juniors and seniors str-1124111-tl with their tests and with lirothvrs lll'lJilll l"l'z1m'is :mtl -lohn,tryillgrtozllisorlvsolhe"nhlworltlm'l1lt11l'e," lfarther clown tht- lmll vnultl lu- llt'ilI'tl the stvauly drone ot' smm-mtv Vtlllllllllljl' tllrougrli the pluperft-vt in Spzmisll :is lirotlu-rs ilillllllltlll :mtl Ke-neu vast am anxious eye owl' tht- vlzlss in st-awli of tllltlillttl' uneasy "Smim'." Mezuiwhile. umler the wzitrlifixl 1'-V05 :xml trainetl ears of the linguists. lirotliers llillllllltbll. Rin-armlus, and Hilaire. stiulvnts ot' lllillly classes volljiigateml their way flll'0llg.l'll the Latin tomes of Faesar. Cicero and Virgil in llll 1-tturt to grain the "gift of tongues." Despite their sometime l'0lllt'T2llll'l'. most Allbllllfllltxll could tell of their 2lt'qll2llllT2llll'l' with ut least one more lz111g1'11ag't' :tml :ill 1-oulml hozist ot' at working lmowlt-tlgre ot' t'm'vi1"n peoples for- , 4 . 1-15:11 lamls. mul at lltli-Sth-i'0l't'lg.l'll tmigww. SHAKESPEAI-ZE'S MEN-Enjoy a busman's holiday as Ron Hawkins, Bob Mrozinski, Jim Kilchenstein, Joe Dix, and Earl Morrison acclaim the oratory of Joe Donohue dur: ing the Alumni Debate. IS DEBATABLE As allways, tln- Xlnnnt haul its shairt- nt' tlnw-iisit ll4ntl4ul's. ln lvatgriit- alt-halts-s. tht- st-lnmls St 'l'lnnna1s Mort- th-ltaitm-s tinisln-tl with ai st-vt-11-six lug. 'l'he- qnalrta-t ailsu tnppa-tl 'fowsmi Vaitlitmln leaigrln- vtrllllwflilttll ltbll- , annl Saisst-1-r lllgrh ut' lippt-r 1lH1'llMll'U in 1 aintl laitt-r jm1t'i1e-yt-tl to Nan York for tht- Annnail fiannnni mlm-haltv att l"ur1l hann. tln-rv t-.tilt-tim tht- tinails annl pit-lciiigr np le-ttt-rs ot' 4-oninie-inlaitimi for tht- ontstannlingg work nt' spa-atkt-rs -law lhmnliiu- illlll Joe l'l1ililn-rt Senior -lint U'Ilairai aultlm-ml the lA'?lg.l'll0iS lit-st Spf-ailit-r 'l'rupliv to lns plannlits hy taking' top lnnifws in tht- t-ight tlt-haites in whivh he spoke. nini-sponsnretl tt-sts, U'Ila1rai won two tirsts annl tit-tl with llmnntlnn- for a ln tht- thrt-v -Xln otln-r. llmiulim-. ai st-niur, annl snphs -lov l'hili 1 lil- ln-rt aintl .Inv ltaii'vt-lv. ailtmgg' with in-wt-mm-rs Nil-lt lirannl,1t-s annl -lov Nlaultlt-n aill wnn grultl nn-tlails in 1'l4N'llilUll twaiturv or mlm-haitt-. ' - - 'aunts graiinm-tl 1'm-t-og'- A llllllllwl' nt lust-plnta anti nitinn in tln- vairifnis 1-ont:-sts. U'lIa1rai. who hanl ai top ve-air. grattln-rt-tl np first prim- in tht- ll:-airst 4-mite-st, annl wats aiwanwlt-tl rl450ll annl at trip to Allrainlv, X. Y.. wln-rv ln- tinisln-tl sa-1-mul aigraiinst THE FINAL PR90FfJ0e Garvey siniilair winnt-rs. ln tha- 'l'an1 liaippai Alphai 'l'unr- :isis gif chnidlhniiz argumjnt nanna-nt ait l.n.vulai Full:-gt-, tln- Blount tinisht-tl Phmbert psand' 'Jia' agnagi sf-1-fnnl. iliii2ll'1l gfairnt-ring at first in une- tlivisimi. take Careful note- aintl 1,l1llllN'I'T iillillljl' st-1-uinl in aimtln-1'. Brutin- V l'a11npion lt-tl tht- tt-ann TlIl'Ullfi'll its silt-ve-sst'l1l SPHSOII. SPE ECH VICTORS-Joe Madden and Nick Brandjes, together with unseen Jim 0'Hara, re: ceived medals from Al Cash: our, Alumni President. DEBATING TEAM - Moderator Brother Campion here pic: tured with Joe Donohue, Jim 0'Hara, Joe Philibert, and Joe Garvey remembers, with pardonable p r i de , J i m 0'Hara's and Joe Donohue's outstanding success in the Hearst Contest. WE RE STRICTLY lll 21 va11'i1-13' of 111111-1'1-111 1-111ss1'1111111s. 5111111114 1lll1.V w1-1'1- s1-1-11 111 1111- Q'2ll'1l0l1. s1'11-1111111-z111y 1111-11 111' 1111 11511-s z1ss1-1111111-11 111 11-11111 1111- story 111' 1-1111x111gg' 1111- w11'11111s s1-1-11s 111 g11'11w. llllk'1t12ll' 11ss11111. 111111121 11111111-11-s, p11is1111 g:11s1-s. 211111 lll lllk' l111ys11-s .l,2ll1S. ,j1111i111' 2llll1 51-111111' physi- st 11121111 11-113-S. l'll'4lS1l 1lk'Xl'l'4llIl4'l'S 11-1111 1111- 1'1s1s 11ll4l1'l' 131111111-1's R1111111z1111 illlll D1-S1111-s. st 1-11111111-1' of 1111- 111111k 111' W1111111-1'f111 1111111155 11-z11'111-11 fm' llll' fi1's1 111111- 111111111 s1111-z111111111' 111111 1111'1111g1'l1 gl't'l1t'l'2i1 s1-11-111-1-. Soplls. 1111111-1' l2l'4,1T1l0l' 111-11-s. 211111 1111- 1'1111- 211111 11z11111'1- of 111-111. 113111. 111111 l11ll1S 1'11a11'11-s. s1111111-11 111 1111- 13111 l.z111. W1111 11s 11111111111 11112. 111-1-s. Elllll 1111111is. Ur. 111-1'11z111s 111 1111- sp1'111g:. 11111 1111- 111111111-1111-111 uf 1111- 1-11111'1- x1-1111111 was POWER STATION-Bro: ther Marcellus, radio instructor, explains the workings of a transformer to some of his shortzwave operators. HOTSTUFF - John Vio: lette gains special attention in chemis: try with a potent mixture that worries Robert Hall and John Yeager. 24 EXPERIMENTALISTS PHYSICS' MAGIC-Brother Romuald as: signs Bob Phillips switch control on the color experiment as his class: mates of JB watch a mite skeptically. SCIENCE DETECTIVES-The boys of Brother Louis Charles' 2E do a bit of sleuthing on their own to discover how their particular specimen is re: acting to the atomic age. flu- l'lu-111 l1z1l1, live-11 ilu- luwliv-sr l'1'1-411111111 -liwl Iivzil us ww-ll ns ilu- I1-xlluullc siwln- nf Tlu- NlliP.ll'll I1-z11'11 ul' its lm-a11i1111 l'l'lYlIl ilu- Illillllllilll Ulllll'N UTl1v-1's1-11i111's.z1ls111:111gl11 Ivy li1'11Tl11-1'Blz11'1-ul mul 1-vil lluwliiilg' l'1111u-N x1'l1ivl1 ilu- l.:1l1 1-1-ll--N-ll l11s. 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SI'l0P TALK RULES HERE Q31 N Z, 1 L .. K J' Q, , w ,V as ,4 b Q fi' .. S 1 , E8 at au by fl! in 8 ' N Qlgwg 9 12 Ax 1' BUSY EX ECUTIVES Brother Leo Francis st u d i es Salvatore Muffoletto's speed on the adding ma: Chine as Jim Hop: kins, Bill Frazier, John Patrick, Art Schier, and Charles Endres look to mul: tiple phases of office practice detail. The wall jobs reveal only a small portion of their work. WE 'l'EllD T0 THE PUBLIC RELATIONS - Salvatore Muf: foletto and Bernie Hopkins taking stock of supplies on hand did much to keep "0.P." in the news. GOOD PUBLICITY-Chief cartoonist, Ber: nie Hopkins draws the motif for Open F .,- . 'ff-Q... ", , 1 :H A -- 1 " ' g 1' . ,. 'w, 4- -,, 1 1 L . l , , . . In one glwnlp ol Jlllllllillwll. l.YIlt'lYl'lilll' lu-ys, business flll'lllN. and Tzllmlzltm' lll2lk'lllll0S were no pl'HlJll'1ll at all. 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In tlw lPilil'l'-IIl'il1'll1'l' xwnn. ilu- ell-11 ol ilu: l,l'NIllll' tln- lngll lnlwtulity rate illllllllij Type- Q-wr'-zu-liw ntlivv 1-lw-xv. il stvmllv llum ol' vulvlllzl- writ'-rs. tlw lblhlllrws wnrlll now luis an l'l'il4l-Y tors illltl lnilm-og1'l'zlpl1mmllim'rllwluwlon -as 1-lll llllIll'll lu ll:-all with vrwlils. mlvlniti :assets Elllll vivllt x1'llllul'xvilllillblll' wzmlll-ll, lluolclwvplllu flllll lldllllllll N. sllortlmllll lwvznm- an llvw lzlllgllugfn- to wplls mul PRODUCTION - Assem: blymen Henry Sch: rank, Vince Ingson, Cletus Horner, Gor: don Zinnert. a n d John Patrick ex: amine wit h care their t o p mimeo: graph project, the completion of the Open House brief- more than six hun: dred copies of this brochure were pro: duced by the Oflice Practice Department. J -CP f i SPEED TYPISTS-ln M: 201 Brother De Sales stops to check Or: ville Harrison's work: the other key: men are Gene Stall: ings, Charles Haw: kins, Lawrence 0'NeiII, Bob Arm: strong, and John Boeren. 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PARADE LEADERS-Proud of their dis: tinction as the only private school band in the city, the Gaelmen step out smartly at the May Rally. 'l'op lmmti-rs zuul vli-vu-1' lllllNll'li'lllS zililu- uw ulivs. 'l'l1vsv llll1llllllQ'SUllS2lS ln-512111 Tlwir iuusiual llziy , . llu-ll' soul' num-Q wwe few. ilu-ii' spirit lligll. :lull Iiesple-null-in iu ilu-ir Purple null l'l'ezuu. the 30 if X , W 3' Vf'fgxTak3tW I r x Y' f A 3 ' ' , 3 ' sf 1 , f wg ,A I, QCX- 5 P' , -Q f . , ge " 11, V' 'X ,f Q' A 3 .W Q4 t I' VW if ggffxigx 9 , X' V W1 , "nl Q ,lf ZX . in an-af? A Q 4 Q' at 5-lv' J wat Qt , mv 7 ' sh Q ', V f I Q, , .lf V I ' A ,E ' W- A I b 1' X Kgl Q Q xt 6 ,Ai V - 4 A . - l I . Q, y ,W 411 t '4 I, ,--f -f '-f H- J. v ,JW 1 l ,xl A ' N ' A .y ' 7.', . 'P my ' 5 , , X si, ' fl Vx , , . A- . . H 4. I f' - A I V X x ,- - . . V n s . 9 Q- 1 k Q X .K f , - ff, 1 N ! ' 3 ku Ufgw-, , Q 5 ' . ' - KZ -3 'P f -I J ' IS, x ' . "' ' '..A iii," lm A .fs 12 1 REPRESENTATIVES 0F A1-Q., -1' THE PRESS-Combined staffs of the Quill and Tower feature: Clst rowj Tom Hirsch, Dennis liieron, and Jim 0'Harag 12nd row! George Schaefer, Tom Stricker, Cholly Nlctlurley, Ralph Lightner, and Don VVaIsh: Grd row! Bill Smith, Bob Witt, Jim NlcCrumb, and Phil Bannon: 14th row? Joe Beavan, Ronnie Car: roll, Mark Baden, and Cholly Markiewicz. Ill llll' lll-st trllllitilllls ni' Blllllllt jlrllldlilllslll. two Illlllllt'ililHllN lllzllle tl t-llllstzlllt l-ttllrt to l't'lltll'l' ' A r w -mllll tlllllgs lltxilvl' illltl g1'l'llzlt tlllllgrs g'l'llzltlll'. lllll ill. this -Yt'2ll' lfllitl-ll by Ill-llllis lill'l'Hll. illlll lHll'l'4l llll' lilwltlllll' -lust-pll, svllt l'lll'tll to lll'NYN- xl2lll4lN tell top t'tllilUllS2ll1ll stlll tllllllll tlllll- to l'llivel'sity ul' 3lill'j'l211lkl. Qllilllllt-ll. with tlll-il' l lj.Z't'l' i'2ll'1'S Zlllll press vzlrlls Ellltl lltltll lltNtliN. allw- the l'illllIbllN illllilfvlllixlll. lllilvlx sl-l-tlllll :lt Tlltx Zllllllliil t'tllli.1'l'4'llt'1' :lt tlll- REPEAT PERFORMANCE - Photographer Tom Hirsch again receives from Mr. Schultz, at the Maryland Scholastic Press Association, the Championship Yearbook Trophy: also honored are Quillmen Dennis Gieron and Bob Witt. f 11 THE EDIIRTH ,ll A fs 1 s ,, N ' Aff Fl Q ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHERS' CORNER-This is the darkroom team of Phil Bannon, Bro: ther Aubin, and Tom Hirsch whose coverage of the year's events makes the '52 Mount Tower. Dick Feher, contact man, was absent. N11 less Zllllillllljl' are Tlw 'l'11w1-1'1114111. Stniw-ll znwny ill t'lfll1'l' 1l11- Yli 11t'li1'1- 411' the 4lz11'k1'ou111. '111i1l 111z1x11s of ml lll2lllliS Zlllll ilvgrziliws. this stal- wart 01-1-W. lJlllllj.1'4'11ll4'1l To worli lmy lC1litr11's .lim flill2ll'2l illltl 'l'11111 Ilirsa-l1. 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FINAL TOUCH-Quill Moderator, Brother Joseph, makes a last final check with his page editors, Bill Smith, Tom Stricker, and Cholly .'VlcCurIey before putting the Quill "to bed". CLASS-lA BACK ROW tleft to rightj-Donald Dein: lein, Alfred Miller, John Thomas, Kenneth Gorski, John Erdman, Nelson Macher. THIRD ROW-Joseph Ciurca, John Hef: ner, Andrew Blasco, Paul Kreiner, Paul Figinski, Joseph Vinci, Robert Petterson, Robert Miller, Alan McCormick. SECOND ROW-James Slifker, Richard Hoffman, Ronald Stefan, James Stadter, Robert Davis, Joseph Phebus, Edward St. John, James Allen, Bernard Ritterpusch, Theo: dare Lawandowski. FIRST ROW'-George Kilduff, Robert Lentz, Anthony Fino, Robert Ruckle, Bro. Francis Joseph, Ed: ward Gorman, George Hunt, Donald Woy: towitz, Walter Johnson. CLASS-IB BACK ROW tleft to rightb-Milton Ghiviz: zani, Casimir Burchacki, Sebastian Hein, Robert Vaeth, William King, Sterling Nair, David Gilmartin. THIRD ROW- Thomas Bell, Charles Currier, George Eliot, John Dietz, Roger Windsor, Charles Page, Donald Griflith, Anthony Palasik, William Paynter, Jerome Figiel, Richard Erlbeck. SECOND ROW-Donald Madden, John Fitzsimmons, Claude Bernier, Joseph D'Alesandro, Patrick Carberry, Franklyn Hudek, Donald Colimore, Thomas Wayson, Kenneth Baur, John Weber, William Dig: nan. FIRST ROW - William Slomba, Charles Fertitta, Robert Eisenzoph, Louis Lolli, Brother Camillus, Michael Gravatt, Edward McCubbin, Thomas Marks, Joseph Vondracek. CLASS-IC BACK ROW tleft to rightl-Robert Melia, William Mathai, Anthony Azzaro, Ray: mond Evans, John Popovich, Joseph Vaeth, Thomas McCann. THIRD ROW'-Francis Mernaugh, Richard Sullivan, Charles Si: korsky, James Galinskas, Frederick Crow: ley, W'illiam Howser, Robert Maranto, Gerald Sank, John Carper. SECOND ROW' -Charles Allen, Edward Kucharski, Joseph Cook, Thomas Prete, Joseph Lally, Walter Malczewski, Robert Haynie, Roland Rus: kell, George Elliott, Daniel DiPetro. FIRST ROW-Timothy Mullen, Roy Newell, Ken: neth Murphy, Franklin Blum, Brother Andre, Roger Davis, Raymond Haney, John Hinkle, William Kirby. REPRESENTATIVE 0F DUR SPIRIT CLASS-ID BACK ROVV fleft to rightj-John Tay: mans. Thaddeus Zacharski, John Pope, Richard Sneeringer, Francis Rosenthal, Ed: ward Boarttield, Joseph Bateman, Freder- ick Adkins, Francis Pivec, Bernard Brady: house, Bernard Dukes. THIRD ROW'- Mark DeFrances, Gilbert Uembeck, Robert VVitte, John Stumpf, Louis McClain, Donald Ruxham, Donald Cox, Angelo Faraone, Richard Klagis, Joseph Savarins. SECOND ROW-John Walsh, Paul Serry, Robert Szulczewski. Donmld Potter, George Saffran, Michael Tully, Gerald VVilliams, Ferdinand Nappel, Joseph XVajciechowski, Angelo Lazzars, Salvatore Zanghi. FIRST ROW'--John Finnegan, Richard Miskiel, Donald Potter, William Donell, Brother Ricardus, Carroll Grace, Lawrence Karl, Stanley Wysocki, Francis Yaket. 1 W, .. .-. ..,,,,,,V ' :v '....' .v'n, on 1 ... . ..- -. , -, fx ff' -1' 5, v. 4 , - www - - , Y , - . - ' N -,. R ' CLASS-l E BACK ROW fleft to rightj-Donald Coola: Frederick ard Mela ROW-Fr Naughton Louis Fi Thomas, Ebberts, THIRD R Speca, Thomas 35 han, Thomas Zissimos, Elmer Jones, Carlos Lamadrid, Ralph Gonzales, Donald Budacz. Maisel, Thomas Kohlhepp, Rich: dy, G. Edward Roehre. THIRD ancis Luber, Marshal Blum, Wil: liam Martel, Francis Adam, William , Robert McConnell, Joseph Sor: rentino, Melvin Dotterweich, John Larkin. scher, John Conroy. SECOND ROW-Michael Goonan, Philip Wagner, Michael Karpers, Lawrence Burton, Car: roll Golczewski, Luis Casacuherta, Daniel Robert Donnelly, Gordon Eng: land, Jerome Dyba. FIRST ROW'-Joseph George Grimn, Eugene Daly, Francis Lorenz, Brother Gerardus, Derald Foley, Russell Culotta, Thomas Bushman, Charles Lansinger. CLASS-l F BACK ROW Qleft to right!-William Douses, George Leoblein, Donald Schatz, Edward Schmedes, Anthony Seifert, Ron: ald Kelley, Robert Lewis, William Black, John McLaughlin, Frederick Strauss. OW - Joseph Markouski, Donald Clarke, Philip Lancisne, William Sipes, Donald Edelman, Edwin Edwards, Joseph D'0nofrio, Robert Mayr, James Strigle, Walter Buczkowski, Edward Crew. SEC: OND ROW-John Kstchenreuter, George Young, William Hartel, Joseph Crocetti. George Dilli, VVilliam Poole, John Hazel, Gerald Burns, Thomas VVessel, George Baker, Nicholas Baccala. FIRST ROW- Francis Culatta, Donald Lucassen, Joseph David Spence, Brother Patrick, Schmidt, Bernard Trapani, An: thony Constantino, Harry Schmidt. SURVIVORS OF THE FIRST YEAR CLASS-IG BACK ROW lleft to rightj-Joseph Dic: key, Clarence Cashour, George Ochs, Thomas Brylke, Walter Dunsmore, Albert Sauer, Bernard Hobbs, John Fellows, Stephen Sikorsky, Augustus Wurtzer, Thomas W'hite. THIRD ROW-Joseph Krauss, John B. Scott, Edward Mehl, Louis Lauman, Thomas Morrison, David Hamilton, Ronald Lavesseur, James Gary, Edward Lanham, Bernard Smith, Thomas Chaney. SECOND ROW'-Robert Zelkaski, Alfred Walker, Stephen Mrozinski, Francis Novak, Frederick Czarra, Paul Rosky, Ger: ard Azzaro, Albert Jahnigan, Joseph Kro: licki, Hugh Brown. FIRST ROW-Donald Stevens, Leonard Berdych, Joseph Galiano, Charles Chambers, Brother Dismas, Charles Capp, Frederick Quoss, John Hunt, Robert Regula. CLASS-IH BACK ROW Cleft to rightj-William Tavik, Edward Mick, Hamilton Wise, John Schatz, John Stumpf, John Pfieffer, Wil: liam Weidenhoft, James Kahler, Joseph Latchford, Donald Sulewski. THIRD ROW -Richard Blake, Robert Smith, Martin Wrzenski, Lawrence Paluskievicz, Walter Gribben, Thomas Shaw, Thomas O'Brien, John Miller, William Poland, John Mul: cahy, Francis Robinson. SECOND ROW- Richard Melfa, Joseph Donahue, Joseph Schmitt, Edward Rebbert, Sidney Renehan, James Toohey, Charles Smith, Francis Sul: livan, Robert Olesczuk, Francis Fertitta, Charles Kreuder. FIRST ROW-Richard Stoetzer, Sylvester Schweiger, Lawrence Reynolds, John Sobus, Brother Louis Charles, Robert Galizzo, William Cherry, Millard Arnold, John Faidley. CLASS-ZA BACK ROW lleft to rightj -William Walter, Joseph Philibert, Michael Gleason, Joseph Huber, Joseph Simmons, James Dunn, Donald Heinlein, David Gray, Harry Linhard, Patrich Riley. THIRD RONV- Richard Sniadach, Marion Vetri, Richard Feher, Charles Darby, Frank Jacobs, Rob: ert Heard, Bernard O'Donnell, Richard Kin: lein, Jay Arnold. SECOND ROW-Franklin Amoss, John Schruefer, George Nillies, Daniel Hersey, John Elliott, Daniel Schneider, Charles Nason, Andres Endres, Benjamin Popera, Robert Wokki. FIRST ROW'-Daniel Pika, Albert Rykiel, Louis Winkelman, Joseph Green, Bro. Colombiere, Edward Neal, Conrad Dom, Joseph Nlilden: berg, Joseph Cayer. 1 CLASS-ZD BACK ROW lleft to right! - Ronald Schoepflin, Gregory Hand, Carl Amrein, Vincent Cala, John Fitch, Thomas Scalan, Edward Dabrowski, Richard Turek, Rich: ard Nevin, Heriberto Salas. THIRD ROW -John Byrnes, Joseph Emperador, Paul Gorey, Lee Kirtley, John Lindner, Joseph Garvey, Felix Rekus, Thomas Sullivan, Paul Shea, Clayton Reott, Harry Gilner. SECOND ROVV--John Finnegan, Eugene Ciamarra, Stanley Leonard, Simon Oduber, John Holt, Bernard Binko, Wayne Juliano, Kenneth Lee, Nicholas Feurer, Michael Anussewski. FIRST ROXV-George Red: mond, Donald Darmsteadt, Charles Horner, James McNerney, Brother John, David George, Raymond Keefe, Paul Reichenberg, Laurence Meckel. SDPHONIORES CLASS-ZB BACK ROW tleft to right!-Charles Nu: gent, John Frick, Victor VVarner, John Grimn, Gerard Sleater. Richard Schmitt, Edgar, Garvey, Howard Nichols, David Derus, Claud Andrews. THIRD ROW-Don: ald Engles, Wayne Morrison, Charles Frizz zera, Charles Pfannensteil, Paul Flecken: stein, John Spence, Albert Baikauskas, Lenard Benarczyk, John Dietz, Leo Romeo. SECOND ROW-Edward Slunt, Sterling, Wise, Joseph Klingmeyer, Francis Lamana, Robert Das, George Parr, William Herr, Joseph Wenderoth, Graham Cusic, William Lutz. FIRST ROW-VVilliam LaFaivre, Philip Hayes, Bernard Karpers, Joseph Bisker, Brother Eric, Frank Skarupa, John 0'Brien. Paul Edgar, Charles Matthews. CLASS-2C BACK ROW tleft to right!-Francis Fafaul, Michael Mugler, Walter Allen, John Turner, Dennis McGuire, Robert Tavik, William McKenna, Joseph Vicini, Harry Walton. THIRD ROW-Joseph Ehart, John Puelst, John Martin, Charles Miller, John Danahy, Edmund Brent, Charles Smith, Robert Walters, Thomas Donnelly, Edward Hall, Ronald Fink. SECOND ROW-John Connolly, Alex Donovan, Leo Wright, Carlo DaCampo, Carl Bernhardt, John Stricker, Joseph Nlascari, Leroy Beck, William Gar: vey, Anton Schlotmann, Chester Cotiel. FIRST ROW-Howard Hickman, George Hock, James Dorsey, Raymond Klimovitz, Brother Clarence, Joseph Baldwin, John O'Mara. Anthony Demma, Charles Maen: ner. CLASS-2G BACK ROW fleft to right!-Robert Bal: lantine, Ronald VVhitehurst, James Welsh, Matthew Carson, Justin Stass, Paul Plant, Robert Bennett, Thomas Murphy, Francis Kozel. SECOND ROW'-Hugh Meise, Rob: ert Johnson, Joseph Peters, Michael Duffy, Bernard Tribull, Michael Haske, Hohn Peters, Thomas Duvall, Thomas Hisky, Ronald Rottmann, John Russell. FIRST ROW-Bernard Oliver, Albert Smith, Wil: liam Wladkowski, Philip Geissler, Brother Jordan, John Clarke, George Vyskocil, Wil: liam Givens, Francis Palumbo. ABSENT- Theodore Cox. CLASS-ZE BACK ROVV Qleft to right!-John Gribbet, Raymond Gasdick, Robert Baginski, John Smith, John Ziers, John Bridges. THIRD ROW-Carmen Papale, Julian Micotti, John Cocoran, George Rivera, James Kernan, Donald Dilworth, Stephen Kramer, Daniel Janowiak, Paul Schneider, Ronald Sacker. SECOND ROW-Francis Martel, Joseph Lucas, Guy Klank, Patrick Renehan, John Kirby, John McTernan, William Alas: cio, Jerome Kappes, John Metzler, John Gardner, Robert Donati. FIRST ROW- Donald Houchen, Robert Schuman, Freder: ick Muffoletto, Gonzolo Suarez, Brother DePaul, John Dougherty, John Doherty, Stanley Graves, Raymond Bunn. CLASS-ZF BACK ROW fleft to right,-William Steel, Richard Braumgart, John Sadler, Raymond Lutz, Joseph Vitek. THIRD ROW-James Imbrogulio, Weldon Wertz, Joseph Pasko, Richard Ludlam, Francis Batz, Thomas O'Neil, Chester Fellin, Paul Supik. SECOND ROW-Joseph Biondo, Walter Ford, Salva: tore Centineo, Edward Lauttman, Edward Farley, John Birrane, Robert Fisher, Charles Ball, Lawrence Gilhooly. FIRST ROW-William Fulton, William Gollery, Samuel Eichelberger, Benjamin Mundorf, Brother Gerald, Thomas Ralston, Richard Woodhouse, John Wilkens, Charles lam: pieri. ALMUST UVER THE Hlll ' .IUIIIDRS CLASS-3C BACK ROVV lleft to rightj-John Grauer, Jerome Komin, Martin Teves, John Barry, Joseph Jennings, Edward Hojnacki, James Stout, Joseph Taymans. THIRD ROW- Stanley Strauss, Daniel Allgeier, Edwin Moses, Guy Mangus, Paul Piedmont, Ben: jamin Petrilli, Robert Flynn, Richard Halli- gan, Earl Hamper, Louis Schwarzfopf, Arthur McKenzie. SECOND ROW-Robert Sauter, Richard Strassner, John Cain, Joseph Bova, Salvatore Mancari, Emmett Mcliee John Schanberger, Carlos Rojas, Simon Palacios, Donald Myers. FIRST ROVV-John Mueller, Edward VVilbourne. John Bacon, Edward VVunderer, Brother Joseph, Leon Kolakowski, Carroll Bacon, Thomas O'Conner, James Mealy. CLASS-3A BACK ROW fleft to rightl-Fred VVagner. Patrick O'Brien, Fred Hochrein, John Rakowski, Patrick Cinnamond. THIRD ROW - Donald Hennigan, Joseph Shea, Thaddeus Golczewski, Robert Armstrong, Henry Stromberg, James Shaw, Charles Diehlman, Bernard Campbell, Orville Har: rison, Edward McDonald, Richard Gnis: zowski. SECOND ROW-Robert Bacon, Donald Vvalsh, Walter Damasiewicz, Mel: vin Miller, Stanley Fajkowski, Thomas Gil: bart, John Kratz, Ralph Lightner, Bernard Ziebron, Donald Iirihith, Milton Kick. FIRST ROW-George Roesslin, Frank Lombardo, Don Gayhardt, Louis Bivens, Brother Aquinas, Joseph Beavan, Francis Sobczynski, John Spampinato, Kenneth Sprankle. CLASS-3B BACK ROW ileft to rightj-Charles Mc- Curley, Jerome Keilholtz, Joseph McCor- mick, James Vaeth, Robert Phillips, Robert Moran, Peter Nilles, Owen Harrison, Rich- ard Kane, Robert Holland. THIRD ROVV- John Kenny, Charles Lenhart, Edward Tucker, William O'Brien, Andre Calas, George Grandy, Joseph Stricker, Edward Trayser, Jerome Fuchs, Donald Yakel. SECOND ROW-Dennis Allen, Maurice Allen, VViIIiam Smith, Richard Maenner, Alferd Ackerman, Mark Baden, Alphonso Suro, James Kelly, Lee Emil Dietrich, Owen Gilliece, Robert Sommers, Martin Castle. FRONT ROW-Hubbard Volenick, Robert Griflin, James Colbourn, Joseph Madden, Brother DeSales, Robert Witt, Frederick Keepers, William Budreski, James Heller. THE MIGHTY MEH 0F THE MDUHT CLASS-SE BACK ROW Cleft to rightj-Charles Gump: man, Michael Clark, Thomas Murtaugh, Joseph Cudnik, Charles Markiewicz, Eugene Nieberlein, Joseph Comeau, Edward Cole, Paul Sharpley, John Warga, George Ben: kert. THIRD ROW-Charles Ketterman, John Corbitt, Richard Malinowski, Michael Wagner, Lawrence Knott, Charles Beck, Stanley Sdanowich, John Blake, Stanley Zielinski, Paul 0'Reilly, Robert Franz, Casimir Majgrof. SECOND ROW-Donald Gallagher, William Pohler, David Hudson, James Hehoe, Harry Spedden, Robert Be: rigtold, Lawrence McLean, Robert Kokta, James Debes, Wilbur Hurley, Charles Batterden. FIRST ROW-John Clarke, Thomas Pilone, Paul Baker, Gilbert Grus: zezynski, Brother Paulus, Joseph Marx, Jerome Helinski, Joseph Snyder, James Parr. CLASS-3F FOURTH ROW Cleft to right!-James Bracken, Ronald Lange, Thomas Davidson, George O'Hara, Joseph Scott, Raymond Verrasaggi, John Smallwood, Joseph Met: tle, Charles McCormick, Louis Bernier, John Dunworth. THIRD ROW-Charles Franzoni, Andrew Smutney, Edward Ste: vens, Robert Brown, Anthony Larichiuta, John Benzing, Eugene Morris, Robert Smith, Floyd Rabil, Robert Hamlin, John Malone. SECOND ROW--Herbert Ame: lung, Ronald Driscoll, Joseph Lotz. Donald Geary, Joseph Recker, Charles Limmer, Richard Seery, Gerard Madsen, James King, John Hoban, Charles Brocato. FIRST ROW-Michael Raymond, William James, William Federline, VViIliam Sipes, Brother Leo Francis, George Horn, Joseph Man: nion, John Berger, John Bromwell. CLASS-SD BACK ROVV lleft to right!-Ralph Falcone, Norman Hannon, Richard Burton, Frank Tamburello, Michael Sneeringer, John De: brouse, Donald Merrick, Joseph Zimmer: man, Charles Hirsch. THIRD ROW-Oliver Mattson, Ronald Babkoff, Robert Pontier, Joseph Pfeiffer, Michael Walker, Ronald Brooks, Joseph Dorsey, Ronald Baronski, Francis Curran, Kenneth Mullinix, Edward Rutkowski, Francis Kvech. SECOND ROW' -James Davis, Donald Lehr, Salvatore Sales, David Nueslin, Eugene Noppen: berger, Themis Ranirez, Francis Mezzadri, Frank Skalski, Gary Ramirez, Gerald Ward. FIRST ROW-Luis Juan, Thoamas Franz, Philip Bannon, Ronald Tracy, Brother Ur: ban Francis, John Sherrill, Roger Sauru: saitis, Ronald Tarbert, Michael Benkert. 41. L f x OOF 'WL I fm I f , I i 1 ax . , 1,1 A ,fi 4 NICHOLAS M. BRANDJES Academic . . . Y . . 1- r' .- . . . : own' 'xtiu .' . , , " ,'.' ' .L,I, ...likcs ': ytixm-"..,II . 1' " '. -' .... WILLIAM J. BRENNAN General " ' '... '- -: ' : Iigl in ' - A " - -...9:Tl1r- :-': N 4:-'- '...I11'4"--"-'.".,L..... GERALD F. BROENING Scientiiic Academic . . . AH: :T iw: .... ' .': N: 'U' : " - ': , .' .' . -' I- ' ' ' NORIIIAN J. BRUDER Academic . . . " ' " " ' .,'- . -: ,-. Axxi:.'. ': "J I . . . " 'ls ': 2 H . . . LI 5. . , 1 . 1-,. .' ,... PAUL J. BUCKMASTER, Aca- demic...-'. ': 'V' :fu , -- - zwvi ',..".m' ' " :: 7 4' ' . I-.A .... EDWARD JZ BUDACZ, Academic . . . U11---I -1 - .,," AI " I - ' Ilnm- HLQIIIIIIIIIIIIXYII Imlvs . . . x':u1'siIy Iuism-lmll I3 , . . vi:A'YXz'1' I, 2 . . . 'I:ltXXn'1' fuUII+glH 1. 2 . l - "Mg1.x'Iu'II'S I-I-m':1Ilw . ..I-1:1111 Yun . . . X11'g1n1:l Nlnlw Tups , , , - ., . -ll- N. l.:lIu-umnl .Xu-, RAYMOND J AMTMANN Generl ll XMI JOHN J ATHMAN General I I , I u ROBERT A BACIGA LUPA Busmess Enghsh I Il X WILLIAMJ BANIN ON Busxness Engllsh LQ I 1 Ill 4 I ll CHARLES H BECKER Acadenuc N N I I 4 III In JOHN M BOEREN Acadennc III IUN x 1 I EUGENE E BONNER Busmess Enghsh 1 N N slt III Nllxv ll x ' 5 I ll Xl JOHN J BOSSE General nu X In x uku It lx LAWRENCE J BOYLE Acadenuc I IN ww ref: W, -.I Y, ,A '.,' . I rn gi ,fs-I1 SPORT LEADERS-Pleased ladies hold trophies of top sports: men: John Russell, Frank Dickson, Ronald Whitehurst, John VVeber, Sam Mancari, and Chuck Frazier. FAYOR TIME-.-Xt the annual Fall Sports Danse, popular Pat Duffy and Bob Benzing hand out favors to Gene Noppen: berger and Bob Keepers. CORN HUSKING TIME-Smiling George Vaeth and his date intrigue late arrivals .lim Perry, Mark O'Hara and their ladies. GRADUATES OF 52 JOHN M. BURBANK, Academic . . . JN. l"lmtl.::ll l. I . . . Yursilx' IZ. -l . . . l-':nxo1'- I-urs. Louis l'I'llllIl. .Xml lilytlw :null t'rl1-ll 1-llivlu-n . . . lllm- Nlmm winl- lllm . . , lrlggi-st Illrlll ls gr:lfl11:l1111g . . . lump--s in 1-111:-I' XlIIl'.YlJlll1l . . . H32 S.l'olll1ls .Xvv .... EDWARD W. BURKHARDT. Academic . . . I4 lloly Nl1ll'l4Yl'N . . . "l2l1rk" lilvvs lu tinlu-1' will: 1-nr-:nn-I 4'lll'llllNll'IY . . . Fllgflll' llny rllf- llglltvl' . . . 1l'.X JINlIll'Illll . . . spnglni-lil :nnfl Im-:ltlmnlls . . . Yllljllllil Xlznrvrr l':llr-s lliggll .. . " Kiss of l"lr'l-" tml som' . . . 22 N, l':nvso11 ST. l r- . . . . DONALD J. BURTON, Academic . . . lllfllf' Illrlylll l'll1'lll . . . Nvllllvl'4l1lll4'1'4'IllIllIllTYl'4',. . lb-ll Sox Illlfl lizlv .xllllIHllX , . . Tlml si-lllol' lfrlll . . . lllil-N stwlli l':n1'4- . . , "XXIl1l.lIl my Ilwlv . . . t:lvm's "lil-v:ll1-v lm' You" , . . lrffm- 13. lifix ::u3:4'. WILLIAM F. CAIN, Business English . . . 1'.S,Nl,1', l. 2. Sl. l . . . "lilllw1"' fznxors Xlllsiv. lhllllll lylilllil' Qllll, l.lA 'l':lylrvI'. 'laivlllgg Illlll l'vl'l'lll'll tons! . . . 'lr--:uma xxillu Sill! lwsl . . . "Wl1:ll:l-x:l. Wis-A lilly fu ... lvlggg--sl tlxrll. ls g1':l4ll1:l1l11g . . . JQII1' Nlvltll .Xu-. . , , WILLIAM A. CANNELLA, Business English , . . mlflg-'T fmlllvzull I . , , " liillu I':lxol'- Ym1gllllNIl+ily--il-. .lllllv .Xll4XNIrIl. Ylwlvillg. Nlulgjllvill :Ill-l xlvill lfillla . .. lflgggv-sr tllrlll ull- rl Stl .ll,.- will ll'llll4'1'l'HlXll in I-.or lnlll . . , "Ill lil! M . ., lil N. Walslllilgn-ll NT, . .. JEROME F. CARROLL, Academic . , . M. lmlhlmf .,." ll-mini " xx: A w N -v:'f"- 1' lllirll ll. 1 ...sulllllrllgg -4 '.'.r-falling ll f ,. . will-N 1.1 ...V,N.Xl.".v'1'l.! . "lJ':l:l" :lr'?.s7 l . . . Ullvllvll Axolflw xxllll lil--, xwl"v- lv-1'-z' l:lT--'A ,..' -Hull Ilia! xxlwvlillg lilqm-ll .. Zuma xl.l.., xl... ll, MICHAEL R. CITRO, General . . . H4115 V1-.M , , , ll'1'Hlfl1:1tl11'wl "Hill-7' tln- Uv:-l'ln-rl l"l:aslu 1'lPlIll'N frulll llul-V Vruss . . . ll'IIllN Imullwl STIIII Kvlllllll. Yllflllllll Nlqnyn :lull llI'IlXYlllQ . . . lmlflly is lllilllllg . , , "lint Tlw lmxm-wu1'lqf" . . . TWU lllll llfvmv llwml. 13. . , . DAVID L. CITY, Commercial . . . Nlllllzlsn-1-lv , , , 'W nl lwms twuzurwl :mingling :us lll5 r:nx:u'11l- llIl'4llll14' .. . -l.Y. SH1'1l'I'Q1lHIlll' I5 . . .-l.Y. llll sll!'ll1T1'I' l . . . l-znakvllmll l'Zlll'4 :ns lxls trap spurt . . . "ill Yullr vrllstlvu . . . ll N. 'llllYl'I' Sf ..., JOHN J. CONIG- LIARO, ACad9IlliC . . . St. ll0lIllllll'AN . . . 4'1'u11ig,1"' wus 2ll'tlYl' IIl1'lIllPl'l' uf l',N,Kl,1', l. 2. 21, 4 , . . Xluulll 'l'mx'4-I' 2. fl , , , "Quill JG . . . l,lllillrLfl'IIIllI.V . . , lllllt' Iiwill- , , , l.0ls , , , flllfi ll1l1'f1ml'll Illlu I-ll JOSEPH F. COUGHLIN, Academic . . . SI. lmm llllvlx . . . 'nllllf' ll1lll'N Hllmlsu . . . lilies In llllgg' lil IM-ntl . . , slmrts . . . 'A You kmm it" . . . llznmfl- Vlmnnnittf-1' . . . :1 llillllllltvll lmy . . . Slum 1311-11-r .Xu-.. 14 .... FREDERICK C. COX, ACadeI11iC . . , S:1l'1'wl lll-:nrt . . , "l"1w-fl" l'l2lllllS il x':m1'sit'v lmsl mm sm-vm-1' T4-:nm . . . lIl'UXYIll'4V1'll lPl'llIlt'l'tl' . . . 4-lnvlznistlj' . . . flllllll' llllslllvsa mum . . . -lil S. l'u1'11w:1ll St.. il. . . . VINCENT D. CUCINA, Academic . . . St. .hlIIlll'llN' . . . "1'iwu" Xt'l'.Y lvuslv . . . l'.N,Nl,l', l, 4 . . . vlzlsw 11-11. -l . . . 1lIlIll'A' vullllllittw' . . . 4',Y.U .... llulvv 7 Nunn- . . . 'l'.4'.ll.S. :null l'1-gpg' . . . Vlu-m . . MUN K1-lv .Xu-,, 15, GRADUATES OF 52 75TH ANNIVERSARY - VVBAL's guest panel of Jerry Pes: sagno, Brother Placidus. Mrs. T. D'Alesandr0 and .Vlr. J. N. McCardelI celebrate the Mount's jubilee. ALUMNI CHOICE-Mr. L. Schatz here awards Alumni medals to Mark 0'Hara and James O'Hara as Mark's father looks on. U X, .Xi RICHARD L DICKHOFF Acadelmc NI lx IN X U 1 11 1 FRANK J DICKSON ALHCIBIYIIC 111 I-L 111 Xl JOHN J DILLI Academm JOSEPH F DIX N xx L If V I Y A xx x 1 GERARD D DOBRZYCKI Academlc ll 1 Xl JAMES F DONOHUE Acadenuc JOSEPH W DONOHUE JR Acadenng 4 N 14 XX GEORGE J DOYLE Sc1ent1f1c Aeademlc ll X S JAMES A DUNNIGAN Ana denuc ll JOHN D CUSHWA Acadeuun gsm PERRY E DARBY Acadenup N I 1 111 S1 FERDINAND N DeANGELIS Academu 1 I 11115 FREDERICK L DeBARBIERI Academlc 1 X1 BERNIE J DEIN LEIN Acadennc X1 111 III IIN 4 EDWARD S DENTZ C1ass1ca1 Acadennc 1Il xx gl 4 l f 2 . .A :JAMES A. GOODWIN, General . . . .' . FREDERICK A FEURER Academu. -:"-'...".1l1 ::,:,:': 1 ' " U .. Lf .... WILLIAM G. FRAZIER B1lSil16SSEl1g1iSh..."'ll"U f- -- " YI: 1 A' ' 14'-'V 2.1-- . 'Q L .... RONALD J. GAMBLE Academic ": :I , , 1 L' ' 15, ', MIOHAEL S. GIBSON Academic .... I: ' S':i.... -, 'N 'N rv: -.v '.,. 1 -I s.x, ,4,,r- 1f,.xI1:N S , . . DENNIS A. GIERON, Academic . . . .' . 1 ' ' :fm ' - ,..-1 ,l ,.. A. , ..N. N ' ..K. ' , 7 ' . I " Q :. ,, . 1 A., ., ,., 1 S.. , H115 xhuw 1111 Thx- 1Ar1:11l . . . 111 lu, Inna! .Xx'n'.. llIl1'N . . . "41':1xv 1,1-gs 11I:1x'wI N:11x1Ix l'1mtI1:1ll A 1" ,' V, ' w vg. M , . . , ., 1.-. . . 'xN. . IZM11111 H4--l Nwx . , . "NNl1:11 N11 Wlill you . . . Il1'll l"I1-1-Iwmul .Xx 1-,, lvl, THOMAS F DUSHEL Busmess H 1 Xl WALTER H DUVALL Acadenuc Ill X N 11 OTTO F EISEMANN Academw lngjl 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 x JOSEPH P ELLIS Anadenuc 11 1 ll X1111144 11 JOSEPH E EMGE Com mexual lN X IX 1 CHARLES A ENDRES Commerclal 1 l on 1 1 WWW 'J -J THOMAS J EVANS AC.3d6ll11C 11 14 1 ' I m 1 1 DONALD M PARLEY Gen e1a1 N 111 1,1 1 1 N rllllf 1 x1 JOSEPH C FERTITTA Academlc H x.. RADIO OPERATORS-Leo Roll: man and John Pavuk do homework on that code as thev prepare for license ex: aminations. YOUNG DRAFTSNIEN - Several visitors move into the me: chanical drawing room as sophomore engineers try to appear busy. VISITING NIGHT - Open House night tinds Brother Dominic assisting as faculty wives and friends visit the shops. GRADUATES OF 52 HERBERT F. GREENWALT, Academic , . . SI, IIIII s Ili-VI louis IIIIIITIIIQ :mfl IIFIIIIILL , . . '. s ris:"g':1: '. 1:1 1 ':' ' gg . 4-.. 3 .... CHARLES J. GRESDO, Gellfiral , , . S111-1-4--I II1-:IVY . . . "IIINIIIlP.' ' 3 f-31.'1-h' "I 'r in T1 lin s Aoi- uv.-lwn-ls nn-1 ggr'::1l11:uT1--1: . . . lP11x In IIHII :rm IIIHNI4' . . . IIIIH . . . "4wI:1Il:1lT I+ IIN .1 NING. Academic ' . .I - usb' . I'..-.... ' WARD J. GRIBBEN, COIIIIIICTCIHI . . . N. Xirmwm- . A ' . . ... fllllllllg I.1l '4 Imlis Irwin I1lnul1.4I,,..1':1sx Yu '. 'II I1 mil I1llI1x4'I N-l'f-limlv . if-HH' II. 4-:mais In HOWARD S GRIFFIN Atadelllit Nt N11--lwwi .uw-N 'mx 4-,w 4 , . . ,,,,,' . , I lr in I I-IQ .N -1:11:15-will "4' Uv-1 ..,. l1l"'i' Wlww X I VINCENT J. GUERCIO. Academic . . . mi.-1-V' pimp--i -ix Hsin r' lri- 'MJ ,QL I..,"XffI411iw11Igg'A... 'ml mf-ini'--1' wt' Iinmm VI: I. lIIIx'l ..., MICHAEL G. GUN- , A FL NI::l'Nx Sfmt' HZ' N-iw , . . 11:1 1-Tl QNA4 .... Inn" .Xlfnwn " , , , 4 ,F,NI,I', .2 . , . Imssin II I INI WI mm . . . Till? II:m.'-j, sm. : ,ig swf. 5' ROBERT E. HAHN, Commercial . . . Sr, .IHN1-1111's NI1111:1N11-1'4x' , , , " Ii41I1.' ix 11111- uf' TIII' Xlr111:1Nt1-1'-1' Imys . . . Iikvw llll' girlx . . . :1I11':1'1's l'1':I1If' with :1 v111'11Iv julie- . . . I'I111t11,g1':111I1'v I'I11I1 I, 2. II . . . "1'1"v" . . . S121 N. .X11g11f1:1 .XY1-.. 25' .... RICHARD A. HALL, Acadelllic . . , NIll'I'l'lI Il:-:11'T . . . "l711'Ii" 1II2If'l'4l II 4Yl'iII'F N4H'4'l'l' . . . 111111111111-+I I14111'Ii11g 11-11111 4 . . . I1-:111w T1111:11'1I Illillll :111fI 4'IIt'IlllhTI'f' . . . l1igtl11'iIlw:1fl11-11111115 I':1tx 1'111' S4H'I'1'l' t'I'1lWll lll '30 . . . I'.N,Xl.l'. I . . . 21421 II111Iso Classical Academic . . . St. I':111I . . . "II11k1-" iw :1 I1 ll I Ntbllxlll Im Nt litllitbll lll1I l'1i1 I1'l1i1I111 I 111111. I'111tI1 Ii'r1111:111 . . . 11111- w1'1111:111 Illilll . . . 1-:111 11x11:1lIv I11- 5111111 g11'111g Iml I.111I:11-Z v1g':11'1-111-A , IZQIN U1'I:1111l41 Xu' I4 TIMOTHY F. HARTZELL, Academic . . . Ht. IIit:1's . . . "Vl'llIl.' wan I'l'llS1l4I4'l' l. 2. Zi . . . I"1111tI1:1IIfI'11I1s I A , , .I,Y. 2 . . . V111-Sify Zi . . . 511111415 till his s11:11'1- 11111-1 . . . wI1iI1- atm-:1k :11-1I 11111sI11'1111111w :1Iw 1':1t1- high ..,"XYitI1 ALD E. HAWKINS, Academic . . . St. Hmm- of I.i111:1 ..." R011 I1:1sk1-tI1:1II filll . . . roots fm' tI11' I':11'1Is . . . :1Iw11ys I1 IIIX u1tI1 1 -Ulxl lllll 41 I1 111 lfll 11I Vl A z .1 " 1 Sllll 1- . . . -1 s vz '- 111111- isfrlv . . . f:1V411's sh-nk . . . QW? If, IIiIlai1I1- T1-1'1':11'4'. . . . ROBERT M. HEATH, General . . . St. l'll'1lIll'lS . . . "I'I11'is" was 1111-111I11-1' of I1:1111I 2, Si, -L . . . Ii1'si1I1-111 . . . 11111111I11-1' of li1VIit'll t'lllID 1, 2 . . . Iiillllbil I'I1i 3, 4 . . . likvs wlillll' Iiusm-Il Zlllll iII1'll KIilI1'1' . . . "1 l'k'l'IiUIl.. . . . Iliggvst tl11'iII wni g1':11I11:1Ti1111 . . . XX :1sI1111gto11, 11.11. ll Ht.. 24 .... EDWARD J. HAMILTON, gf I Illl ' 2 "'4 'Q' , .. . . . , . If" . . . 250152 I'111'11w:1II Hmul .... RON- I1z11ls 1111111 Bl'KPlIIiIf'll. Xlml .... 15 :1 1':1I111I I GRADUATES 0F 52 SOUVENIR SHOT-Bernard and Pat, Bob and Joan, Dick and Betty Lee, Dennis and Pat, Jake and Pat. 5' 5 EVENING FAVORITES - John Nunn and Sue Luber. Tom Bailey and Doris Landsfeld, TABLE 12,-Featured are Tom Ed Dentz and Nancy Smith and Daryl, Muff and Flo, dream a little- Norm and Berry, Phil and Marion, Bob and Jackie. I I JAMES J HOPKINS COIIIIYIGYCIH1 X1 CLETUS E HORNER Busmc Ss 1 1 N Q I ll X N 1 CHARLES T HULL Ceveral ll ".-::":L.-. 1"-.1- X'I1j"'...1'1-.':1": : VINCENT V. INGSON Commercial . . . . - .." "-..'1, :' ,ADIZ :..,:, f ' : N 1 :-' 1'1- : ' .,LJ' .,,, HENRY M. JONES.,. ": ' "-"..'A-1111 'f. - 'I :-:111" ' '- 1 . 7 .,.. EDWARD A. KACZMAREK General .... ':1"- -1' . . . " in U .:- " ,.-f', I' ' ': " f'.- . .. A : ' : ffl I' ':A -z . -'1-1" : . .. " "I 1' ': V' ':N . . .1 ' DONALD P. KECK Academic . . . X . 'I ': ' '. . . . A ' " ,, 1 ' 1 . . . . 1 I - , 1 I' . . -. . 1r r1, 1 , 41 1 . 1 ,, . . . ,, N . . ,. ,. . ,. U.. , .U ., . .N ,, .1 1 1 . . . N ,, . -N . . . " 1 1- ' ' N 111- 1- Il" Q2 11- 11 , 1 .... ROBERT P. KBEPfiRs,'B11S111eSs . . . N. Z1-'g1 1 :111 :N 11 11-'11 Q1-N111311'1-.111Nu 71 11" g1N . ' D 3 N 11- 1 '1'11NN' 1 N 1-NN 5 1- :"..."51' ...1'11N:Ag . . H., , -H 4:11111-111111411'g1l1N1111 , . . -11., XI:1lI1111l11I1 .X11-.. -.'. . .. THOMAS G. KEEPERS, Academic , , , N1, 1'1-1-11111 'N "'I'1111" 11'1N 1111-1 '1111l 1'1-N1'1'x1-11 x11'11'I1111111 1 . . 7 1 4 A 1 . 1 . 1 1111111 , . . 1:111111 1111111 . . . 'P111 111' 111IIN1' V:111111NX1l1I' '111vN . . . 11N11:1lI1 111111111 111 l11N1':11'...3'1Q1'l1:11111lg:111- I.:1I11-4 QU, WILLIAM S HEIINEKAMP Gen 1'11 JOHN W HEISER JOSEPH I HEMLER Auademn I THOMAS E HIRSCH JR Anadcuum N BERNARD M FCPKINS Commerual 11 GREGORY P HOPKINS Academm RICHARD F KREINER Comnlerual I VXI 1 1 RAYMOND W LAMBIASI General N llll 1X1 Illl 1111 1 UN UI PAUL R LANE AL2d8l111L...1. X . "' '.'..."'1111'1 '11 " 'rX's...1'L' "g," KENNARD G. LANG Academic .... ' , Y' 4: H U' 5 1 .Xu-., ' 1 L.. f Z , RCNALD G. LANCIE Acade1nic . ...-'-11i11','ix"-,' ' ',.'. ,.. 1. 1 1 1 ....l5 1 ' 'Ill '11111' 't H . .. A1411-.t t11'i ': s 'S 'rlf H111 . . . 51:1 Yi .11 1 i1'1' DENNIS C. LAUMANN, Academic vs '- ' '11 ll'1l vs . . . l IllX'1'l'wlT.Y 111' Xl:1l'.x'l:1l11l . A . "Nl -1. .' 1 "'. . UXYIH1 41 . N11, L1,,-- 5 S 1 S 1111 EDWARD J KELLY ALadC1ll1L 11 D Ll L Xl EDWARD L KELLY Academic 1 il I4 X l x N JOSEPH A KELLY AC3d6lll1C N l ll J RICHARD KIGGINS AL3dClll1C D 111 1 X1 JAMES L KILCHEN STEIN AC8.d61H1L 11 N 11111 4 U L xt qw N S 1 ROLAND E RING Acadenuc KH I N IIN I RICHARD C KLEINTANK General H N HN ll 111N1 1111 1 1 -Ill-l 1 STEPHAN C KOPCHINSKI General 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 11 11 N ll 1 CHARLES J KRAUSE Acadenun ll ll 1 ur -an 4- QF 1 f 1' K EYNOTERS-Fronted by spirit: ed freshmen and backed by veteran seniors, these Mount: men opened the anniversary broadcast at WBAL. PARADERS-This is only a part OPE of the contingent that swelled the Mount ranks for the Crusade Rally. NING MASS--At the Monas: tery Father Moore distributes Communion, assisted by Bob Armstrong at start of the school year. GRADUATES DF 52 EDUARDO J. LEON, Academic . . . l-Il 1:1-111-11 . . . 1 1111 l1l1s 1111111-1' wus 1111 v:11'sit.1' 2, Il, -1 .... XII- Nl11xl1111l l . 1"111 lu- lIl"Il'l . . .1 11s ll:1ll:11':1s z1s:1 1'1-,g'11l:11' 1111-T . . . 4 :1l':11':1s. l1-111- Z111-1:1 .... RICHARD J. LEWANDOWSKI, Academic N1 I1 1 111 l,1lllll . . . "II11-l1 u:1s:11-t1x1- 111 IN- .1"ll' l ' "...'. xlll:l,YN tllilrlll l 1i11l111ws" . . . IZIYU ll1'1'l1:11'1l .XM-.. JOHN V. LINDER, General . . . St, l11-111- : ' : N 1: ' : 1 1: sw lv: 1, 1 1 N ,Lf . . . " 1 -1' 1 . . I 4. I -, .-. 11111 11111 111111111ls 111 111111 Nl.111111- , . . -Mi RONALD W. LOGAN, Scientific Academic . . . NT l 11 1 l1111" I1k1-- S1111tl11-1'11 t'1'i1-111l 1'l1i1'k1111. l1111 ,F,Nl,1. l . . .1'11l1Y1111Il1:1ll l. - .. ,N . ' "V -' 111l:1IK"' ...' ll .Ml 11111 11 I I1-I.. :Z .... DONALD LUTZ, Academic . . NT l 11111l11'I . l11111"1'l:11l11s ll1111'l1 :1s his 1':1X111'iT1 Y.. ': .,,"'11u'11'1-" 1 e.!l'.I "1... ' NT I1 XXIII x 1' l"1T 111 l'0 "ll'1111111 " l General 4 L , 11 11111 . . . . ,,, 1' NN 11111-11s X111 .... JAMES A. MCCLOSKEY ,. 1 ., ,., . ...F 1 Ill T11111'-11 ' 11'11'.11sl111l1 . . . "WIN s111'1- . 11 N l'111-1 FT NI X111l1'1-vu . . . "Nl:11' 1111111 1111'.x11 T11- ....11. .L,11. .. 1 si11gg'i11g,g' "Si1-1111111-'A FRANK H. MCCULLY, Academic . . . Nt. l'l1iIliI+ .Q .Imnvs . . . "5l:u"' Ixiggvst thrill wus prrnn , . . .IHIIIIIIU . . . fzlvoritl' aultllol' was Brotlln-1' III'Ii2llI l'II'2lIl1'lS WI'IfIllf,f :I lmssiug grzulf- . . . favors sts-:lk . . . Jill Iizust Zlith Sf .... CHARLES E. MCKENNA, General . . . Sf. Nlury fflm':unsw . . . "3l:u'k" wus I-:num-rn vlull imuriln-1' I. 2 . . . llIN'll llllIISl' 1'UIIIIlIIlll'l" mzun I. 2 . . . Stun livlllllll . . , "'I'h:1t Uhl lilnvk xlllQIl'i. . . . roofs fm' Thusm' V4-Itivs . . . trilvlm' 4'I'lIlYll gzuw- him Iviggq-st Thrill . . . Ulnok. Slllllm . . . N562 Ht. II11nst:111 l'I1l .... EUGENE J. MARSIGLIA, ACadeIl1iC . . . I':ltl1wI1':1l . . . i'llUIlt'.' plum-:I intran- ruwllo . . . I . ot M.m:uy1-Izumi him.. . " limllly ... Iviggw-sl Thrill g'1':n1l1x:1fiun . , . Slim XV. Klzuliso CARL J. MAUS, Academic . . . Nt. .lllllvlwxrw . . "l':11'I" wus flllll' Illllll in thi- spurt of lnwlwyv . . . "liI'IllQ' Iimfk thi- 'l'hl'ilI" . . . Imiggt-st thrill was I-I-:utilng I"ul'vst I':11'li for llJll'Y:ll'lI llllll title . . . I"rim--I l'III4'lit'll is tops . . . "Unk" . . . ZIZII Ill-Ix'wlvl'u An . . . RALPH J. MELADY, Academic . . . Iiulph roots for Ynnlwvs . . . Iiroolclyn llllIPtlI'l . . . rvsiflvnt :nth- I1-tivs . . . I'.S.Bl.l'. I. 2. Zi, 4 .... I.Y. lIUl'kt'y 2. IS, -I . . . Iizuul I. 2, Cl. -I . . . W4-iglnt Iiftm-I' . . . Kzlpp:1l'l1i . . . Ilmmzltivs I. 2, 4 . . . lllwrklyxl, N. Y. . . . DANIEL W. MERCER, General , . . St. Willizmfs .. . "KIu11s4-" is zu Iuml lim' . . . " Iiig- Dun" IISIIIIIIY GRADUATES 0F 52 GUIDANCE SPEAKER - Young Doctor Allgeier addresses seniors Bob Hahn, Ed Grib: ben, Bill Cannella, and Bill Bannon. INDUSTRY GUIDE--Mr. Merrick explains to Bob Stachura the Revere Copper plant, as trip coordinator Mr. Benjamin Philibert stands by. HB4 ALUMNI BANQUET-June Day crowd is assembled in the gymnasium to honor the graduates and the guest speaker, Jim Tatum. EARL J MORRISON Academlc N 1 x 1 : ll In 1111 1 n ku V I X1 ROBERT C MROZINSKI Academlc Hulk n N X THOMAS P MUELLER Acadenuc .L.':-.'vI'. ' - : :'z '1'..L . SALVATORE J. MUFFOLETTO Business . . . -' . ' ' '-: ' : . . . ': , Y: ' ': " I . . . 'V' L- .xz-.,L....THE- ODORE M. NELSON AC3deII'IiC. n ':. 1 'z':' -,I l".2 1' :',-,...JEROMEC. NEUMAN Academic . . . I . . 11" . . . Y ,x4'.. L . RALPH F. NOHE, Business . . . . 1 1- . . . , r .N 1, 11- 41 N- :' -v f H' . .. .V .. . . .Z . . .: ': 'N '-:I ' : N - '-., .ULN . 1 1, . . .l,' . . . if I1 , -fl S ,, 3 ,.., JAMES D. NOHE, Aca- demic .... ',,'.f:.' "k: tw' 11. mzm , . . likv-N marking lwuu- ylwxi--x . . , In-xl-u'gu11v1U Mig! . . . 4 .5.M.4', l. Z. ll. 4 . . . lik.-N 4-hvllxiNIl'lx' . . . "-xml gut llll' . , . E' XX, Iylm .Xxm,. H ,,,, JOHN C, NORWOOD, General . . . ILIVW-Il S1Hf1-:mu-1.1 . . . " ling .lwlnlfl plz!-x.-I x:n1'N1T'. lmv'lw:nll I. fl. 1 , . . -LY. Y'fmTlf:uH I. lf:1v'I1:1ll I , . , l.1A Tr:-'-lvl' :wlwl I"!'s-:Ill-x Xlwrtin nn- ml.. , , , lm--N In llrgm ... "lvl nl." , ., fl" l'I,,X:l1ngvw11 Xu ",. IZ. I X JOHN J MILLER ALTCIBIIIIC RICHARD A MILLER Acadenm N N Nl . EMILE R MOH LER Acadenuc 4 JOHN T MORAN Amcienuc H I CHRISTOPHEP MORGANTI Academm I l I0 ntl E ROBERT MORRIS Aca dennn XL Qu JAMES W PERRY Academic 11 1 1 N 1 x1 ROBERT K PFANNENSTIEL Academic demic JOHN R PHILIBERT Aca N 1 MATTHEW L PINTO Academic, IX 1 SANTO J PISTORIO General s 11, ARD E PONKEY General 1 I 1 x x J x 1 RICH RONALD W NOVAK Ge11e1al 111 1 x1 JAMES B O HARA Acade mc MARK A OHARA Academic N 1111 1 N 1 N X x1 LAWRENCE A O NEILL Academic 1x111 xx X N 11 1 KENNETH J OSTERMANN Acadenuc 1 41 1 kllx Xl RAYMOND W PASKIEWICZ Busl IICSS Ill :- I JOHN C PATRICK Busmess Il 111111 1 1 4 11 x x N Nlll 0 lx 1 1 1 1 JOHN P PAVUK Acadenuc ll I 11154511 1 11 FRANCIS C PERRIN General 11111 I l 11 11 1-11- X1 11 . , ' . . . A' 1111111 H 11l:1,x'v1l 141111 1'11111l1:111. 111141-11:1l1 :11111 11:1Nli1-I11:111 . . . 1'Ill'N114N N1 --1-1' 1 . . . 14'Zll1N 111 1111115 1121.17 :1111l '1'111111114x' 1P111s1"x' . . . 11113541-N1 1111'ill xx:1x N1-111'i11g,1 Txxw g11:11x 111 1'111-x' g,L:11111' . . . A' l111xx' lx'1111 11111-11.1" . . . 1322 N. 1.:11i1-xx'111111 .X1..21 .... .' , 11l11'1.!If1'YH1' NIt.1'111'1111-I . .."-1i111A'xx:1N:1t 1115111--1 1111 T111' NIN'JI1i4'l'.N 111:11t'111'111 ...11111w1:111111111g N111f:111111' 111 1111- ll1-l11111- l.1-:11g111- . . . xx111111-1' 1111 11111 111111141 ll1':11111'1 1':11 l'111111'.s1 . . . 1'f11iI111' 111' 1111- N111l1111 '1'11xx1'1' '32 . . . V lmiggwl 1111111 111-11153 11:11111'11 1':111-1l11'1111'1:111 . . . "Y1111 s1'1' 1111111lx M . . . 1112 1'1:1N11-1'11 .Xx11.. 21. . . . ,- ..', x1.1',1.:.::... 1 S1- -bl' 1'11111111i111-11 xlilll . , . 1"1111' Y1-:11' 4111111-1' -'T:11' 1 xx'it1 21 Nll'1Il,Q' 111, 111'4'l11"1N . . . 1l11l'lN 1lII4V 111111 11JlllI' ' I 1 . 5 I 11111'g111'Q:1g1'1-1- xxitlu 111111 . . , N1:11'1i1T111'i11 xx':15 111-11111111 R 1 3 ' Q Nl. .1111- xx111 11x11 Xl. .'.. X. '1'1':11'1i 1-11:11111111111s11111N . . . " Y11l1Al'1' :1 .ll111"' . . . 5111111 11'1'1-111-1'11'k .X ' 221, . ' , ' .. . "1.:11'1'4x"' xx':1f 1111 .1,Y, 1.1111115111 Z1 , , , Y111'N11'x' -1 . . . 1'11i1l11-N' 1'1Jlll . . . "1"111' .X11 XY1- ' 1"' 51-1111A 111111 . . . 1":1x'111's 11:14x' .X111111111-x' :11111 .11i111- .X11"f1111 . . . 15ig'g'1'.T t111'111 xx':1w 111111111115 first 111111111's . . . "111111 '11 111 '1'11:1T" . . . 315 S.13111111l11 HT.. 24. . . . - , ' . . . "1i1'I1I4Y1. 1'll'1.YS . 1'1111l11gg1':111l1.x' :1111l 1i:1N1i1-l11:111 . . . 1.1-:111w 111 .1:1111' 1' mill. 1l:11l111 1"1:111:1g':111. "1'1'.x'." SlIl11151l :11111 '1'111'l11'Ax' . . . "111-Izlilw. .X1x':1lx'f 111-tails" . . . 1124-1 X111'111111111I .X 113 .... . , . . . . 111111 11HNIl1'1Y . . . "1':Ilf'.1 xx':1a 111 1'.N,51.l'. 1-2 :1111l xx':1s 1111-111111-1' 111' 1l2l1l41 1-2 . . . f:1x'111'a .X111 A J 1i1.x'I11. 5:1 lllll' 1iIl.X1' :11111 1'1'i1-11 1'11i1'1i1'11 . . . 1111115 111 Q' 1 ' 26 111:1x' jlll 111112111 . . . 1111111 xt111'1- 1-11-111, w11111'I11:11111 I':111 , ' . . . 1'11V111Ix's 1111111111111111i111" . . . 2341 111111-1'11 .Xx'1'.. 211. . , .'..'...NT..X11'w.., "1':11" xx':1s :1 4'.N.X1.1'. lllilll 1. 2, I1 . . . 11111-s lfzulx' 111111 j, 11111111151 1"11-11111115 :1111 S1-11i111' 1'1' 1111 . . . 11111 mx' is I1:1s1-11:1l1 111111 W111t1- SQL' :11'1- 111. 1'z1x'111'111- 11111111 . . . l'Il1l llj :111x' 111- s1-1-11 xx'it11 -11111 11 11'1lIS . . . 21124 1'111 181-15 .... . , ' . . . St. 1111111111411 . . . "-1: 'ku Sl'1l't'1S 1.11s 1!1'1xx'11. -1:1111-1 111-11111. l':111i11 :11111 1-11111i1-11 11:1111 . . . l':1x'111'i11- :111t11111' is l'111-511-1' 111111111 1111111 '1'1':11-x1 . . . 'ff-. 1111111 xv:1s 17111112 Il I1l'l'l,l'1'1 f1-111'1- 111 111'lIlll1'l' 1111111111: 1111-111 11:1z:11'1l . . . 5533 N. 111'l' ' St.. 24. . . . . , . . . NT. 171 'll1l'-S . . . "1'11'Ill1i'. if :11'111-11t 111-1111111111111-1-1'. 1'11iz:1111-111 '1':1.x'1111' f:11 . . . 1111111115 111 1'I:11'111 1111sti1' :11111 "S1"11" . . . 1 . 1 f 4'.5.K1,l'. 1. 2 , , . 1'1111:111 1l'V1t' :11111i11T . . , 1111111 K f 1'11i1'k1' . . . 11111111-wt t111'i11 xx':1Q .11111i111' 1'1'11111 . . . if 1 1 . 45221 .XI':1111:1 .X -.J 1-1. . , A . . . X11 l2lS11'1'f' . . . 77 ",1111II.' 1'1i-5 111 s111'1111 111A s11:11'1- 1i1111- :11'1111111l 11111114 . . . 41:1lx'x'111- 11i,gs1ii11111-1' 1. 2 . . . t:1111c111:111 51. 4 . . . 1'111-111iwI1'.x' 141111 . . . 1-111f1'1's lllbl' X4l11'4' 1l:11111' . . . " Y1-:1. 4':11A' , . . 1221 Yl'1'1IIl 111 .X'-. . . . . , . . . NI. N1:11't111 . . . 'A1111l1111x"' ix 11:11'Ii:1l 111 1'11:1Nt 111-1-1' :11111 111:1I11 . . . "1'I'tx"' . . . 1'.S.N1.l'. 2 . . . 11:11'.x'l:11111 . . . "1tR 111i:1.x 1'111' 'x1111" . . , 1111114 xxx" 111111112 :11111 111111111111 , , . 2114111 l'1'I11411s1', 213 .... . , - ' ,,,Nr, x1Zl1'f',.,"-141111111 1x':1w :1 111:11'i111-T 511111- iat xx'iT11:1 I1z111'f111'1':111i11. . . :1 111-1'11s1-11 "11JI1l1.-1 . .. Y13 511111 2. Il. -1 . . . V.-'.51.1' .... 1.1-g'1111 uf 111111-1111' 1'1-111'1-s11111111ix'1- . . . QI l.:111z:1 xx'1111 :1 11:11'1t11111- x'11i1'1' . . . 111-:11l1-11 1'111' l':1l1111111' l'111x'1'1'sitIx' . . . 1111112 1l1':11l.x' Ax". ' - , ' " . . . St. 11111'11:111i111- . . . "Mull" 11:1Q :1 111111l1Kx' 111' 1'1Pl11'1'l11lLf 11111111-lx' . , . 11 '1-N 11:111111111'g'111'f . . . l'111'l'l'1'1l 1'1l1' llll' H111-1, I I l :11'111111t 114101112111 1'111l11xx'1-1' . , . 11111151-st 1111'i11xx':1N g.1l'Il'1ll' Ill1llL1..."'111'.Y.1 ...- 1111 K1 111511111 1111. . .. - , ...NL1i:11111-111111...".':1 H l':Ix'1Il'N I'1111l11:111 . . . 11111 YJlIlliN III'1' 111st1':1111 . . . 1.11 '1':1'x'l111' ix 1115 1':1x'111'1T1' :11'Tl'1-an . , . 1111'x' l,1111111g11'1l11111I1 111-1-111-ft1':1 . . . 131251 X. 1.11x111'111- .X 155. , . - - 1 . . . Nt. .x'Lflll'S . . . "1'1!111i..1S f1'4 Ill W111i111,11111'g x'11111'11 1111 l11:1'x'1'1l 11:1sk1-t- 11:111. 1.111 111111 111111 1'2lll t1':11'k . . . 1111111111-s :11'1- girls 111111 spnrte . . . "Y':1 1,5111 1'111'11s 111 .x'1'1' 111'1111" . . . l.:1l1:1 'l1llI'Il1'l' . . , T151'l1g11-11111111-1'1111w 1l11.. 251. .. 1 1 l iii 1 gl ,,,f 59" wo. W, a PLEASANT Nl0.'VlENTS-A pleas: ing interlude at the Senior Prom catches Eddie and Theresa, Kenny and Angela, liene and Shirley. 4 CLLI FOU vi, B BOUND-liinnie and Larry and friend, Don, and Marie, Bob and Evon decide next objective after the Prom. RSOME - Chris and Dot, Charlie and Betty Ann, Jerry and Theresa, Tom and Carol catch the camera Hash. ,ff GRADUATES 0F 52 sx', ' .xl EARLE G. POPE, General . . . Hur l.:ul-V ul' Nlt -41 l -. nl.. lvlllillll Xx--,, l... WILLIAM J. QUINN, General , , , 51, lmmimr . . JOSEPH J. ROLFES, General , , . wr. l'.m.1-A . . "l21:.l--MUN :, 7Vm1r x--nr' 1'.S,Nl,I', num , . , lll-.--N Tr flrluv- Ilw ll-fr roll . . . Y':lx1fr'- N, Nlil-lm'-fl llmsgr.--N S1-llfml :lull fri-'ll --lllvlv-ll . . , "':w1l'T I-lmugw ill. '-'.H!l'l-l . , . gll' N. ll4'lIml'fl XM: 77 X 1' my 481 l'IIl'llll'l . . , " lligg' lfznrlnf' lllil'Yl'll l'm1tlmIl l, 2 . . -xxumns Tu "lim-zlllsv of You" , , , Sln-lly Xvllllllh .. . l'.5.Nl.l'. l. I. fl. 4 ...lxululvlvlwml1sim'..."'ll1-ll llx :ull :llmut ith' . . . 2 lf. lizall-11:1 lil.. Il. . . CHARLES J. POTTHAST, ACHd6I'lliC . . . SI. lf-l xxwllwl . . . "l'll:41'llf-U likvs flu' girls . ..:xlxx:1-vs V+-:ally with :n slnilv . . . il lV:1llf1'rmlq lmj' . . . "l'I'.Y" . . t':nxm's S1-tam :nn-I l'll'1'lll'll fries , . , prvplllnl' . . . 3215 Nfwlllrwlzlxt Auf., ll? .... CARROL J, PYCHA ACadeIlliC . . . l,ilTls- ljllrlw-I' . . . "l':ul'l'ul" wus :n mu-ml-4-1' ut' xxlvstlillg I--:nm l. I . . . gm'-I 4l1lllI'4'I' . . v:--lv Tv: gl-1 :flung with , . . I':nxm's Sli:-llbx Wim'-rs :mlm-l H4-nv liullllvl' , . . "'l'ln:nIF for lln- I-lille.. , "lllIl" lik:-s to list'-11 Tv: lmlllllzll' lllllxll' :null play 'mul . . . "XY-'ll xvlmt HI'l"Y1rlI Lfllllllil llvf' . . . L1--fun wtf'-Y . . . lnznml-v gn luvklv . . . M110 4':4l'I-'I' .M--,. ll . . . CHARLES P. RAYNOR, Academic . . . l.i1Il- l"lflxxvl' . . . "l'llm-lim Wu- ln-'rnlwr ur' ".S,Xl.l. l, L . . . "WWII llznvwlf-ll nw" , , . I-ln:-llnistrx fllvn-l . . 'lllrlnlxl-R llulsn-hx' :full xlillll' v'1- In ll'll:1l':l . , , lmggv--T Ullrlll xnzw gr':wlr1:m.u1l... lllll lizlxlln .X,-,, fl, , H LAWRENCE SCHNEIDER Acadenuc IUN 1 JOHN H SCHRANK Com merclal 1 1 1 111 N ll N 11 It GORDON L SCHWARTZ Sc1e11t1I1c Acadenuc 1 1 III hh N I1 1 WILLIAM D SHANAHAN Acadenuc T 1 IUN X X I BARRY B SIFORD Acadenuc 1 U11 l 1 NN il II N 1 1 11N ' RAY MOND A SIGWART Academlc Clasmcal N 1111 RICHARD M SILANSKAS CO11lIll6I'C13.I ,, 111 1 X IX D111 111tI1 JAMES T SKARDA Acadelmc 1 I 1 EMANUEL A SKRABEK Acadenuc 1 ll ll 1 7111 N 11 111 1 1 N , LEO F ROLLMAN A1,adem1c 1 N X4 JOHN D ROTH Academic I KN l UI THOMAS D RUCKLE Academxc 11111 '1 t 1I1111,1,, 11 N 111 I1111111 111111 I1 IL ll I I Q JOHN J RUSZALA General 1 'NXI1 I If I N11 I N I Xl JOHN G SCHAEFER ACadeIll1C N lIIll 1 11111 IXIII I1 1 1 1 1 NN lllll 111 N N N K4 ARTHUR G SCHIER Commerc1a1 II I I1 U 111111 I IU N X1 VINCENT J. SMITH, General , . . "51Il11i.Y.' . . . 11111111 1. 2. Il. 1 . . . girls is 111s 11111111x' , , , Hui' 1.1111111:11'1111:1111l N111-Ili' 1Yi11t1-rs . . . t':1x'111"N 11:1111x . 1111'1111:111111:1l 1l1':11x'i11g,f 111141 "4'1'-vu . . . 1"1111111:111 4'X1'11l'h 111111 . . . 12.1 N1-1-111111 .M1-.. LIT .... CHARLES H. SNYDER, General . . . "4'11111111111111" , , , X1l1N1fY t'1111t11.111 .III41 11.1141 25, 4 . , . 1i:11111:1 V111 111:111 . Silllllll-V Kumi. 1P111'1N 11:1.v 111111 Nui' York 1i1:1111x . . . 1g'11- ,.," 5 1 11 111" 11113151-at 11I1'l11 x1':1N 1'111111111g 11111111 111 X1:1111N1111 N11I1:11'1- 4 H111 It 11111 lIIl1l1I . . . IMI' 11.11 rlvx Wny. lf .,.. JAMES T. SNYDER, Academic . . , .I111111111 . . . N-111111' 11J11I4'l' 11111111111I1'11 . . . 1-1111 11115111-T11:111 1, .l,Y, 21 , , , 1'11l'l' 111111a1- 1"1x1- 111115 'l'w11 :11111 1.1111111111 JIIIJJP . . . 111gg1'Nt I11ri11 wma 159451 13111111 111-1w1-1111 Nt. .1111- 111111 1,2I114'1'h41ll . . . "1"1'1-Q11 11111 of 1-v1-1'.vt11i11g" . . . 4221 41111 111111-111-1'11'k IM.. 211. ROBERT M. STACHURA, ACadeIIliC . . . "111111 S12l1'1'i.. . . , 4'.N,X1.4'. 1. 2 . . . 1'111-1-1'11-11111-11 21, 4 , , , 1:11'1'11fs1- I, 2, Ii, 4 . . . 11i11I11g4v . . . 311111 1i1'1I1I1lI :11111 1141l'1s 1,211 . . . "1'11Il' .XII NY1- K111111"' . . . 5ll2l,L1'1lI'11'1 .lll41 Illl'.l1 1111lls . . . hx1I1'l'l' s .Xlv111f .... 111 N. 1'11111111:11' ST.. 24 .... EUGENE A. STALLINGS, Academic . . . X1lIllIlSi1'l'Y . . . H111-111"' was 11ll'1ll11l'1' ll1A 4'.H.51.4'. 1, 2 . . . 1'i:1l1l1:1 V111 21. -1 . . . N1-11i111' 1114111111-5 . . . -1.1'. I1 1111111 111111111111 1. 2 . . . v:11's1tAv 11 1111111 fi . . . 11111-s l'1:11'l 1511sti1'. .l:1111- 1illSNl'11 111111 1'11.1'si1's . . . "1'111st1-1'11 Sl111'1'1-" . . . 11355 N. N11111:1Nt111'v .Xx'1- .... ROBERT I. STANFORD, General . . . 1'1l'2lll4'1S 11l'NII1L'S . . . "Slim" is 1111 1'1:1st1-1'11 S1I11. 1111v . . . U11-:111 Pity . . . 1'1-111-ix'i11gg 1111111111111 wus l11g',g1-st 1111111 . . . 11111 511- Why . . . f't'2ll'llS I111' 1lI'Sf 11111111111 , , . 1111, 111111 1 1111T1- t111s. . . . EP, GRADUATES 0F 52 PUBLIC RELATIONS - Smiling Mrs. Pilachowski urges vet: eran units to Vince fiuercio, Jim Goodin, Jim Kilchen: stein, John Yeager, and Jim Hopkins. COMMUNION BREAKFAST - Grads, recent and older, gathered once more in the dining room after their Chapel Mass. YEARBOOK BOOSTERS Senior headmen Tom Daudson Joe Hemler, and Charlie Lapp are backed by the xearbooks front men. 'n JOHN F VOTTA Aeademlc N X ll IN FREDERICK C WALTER Acadenuc N ROBERT L WALTERHOEFER General N 1111 1 l 1 PHILLIP R WASZKIEWICZ Co111111er11a1 I 11111 1 N I1 JOHN S WEBER Auadenuc 1 4 1 I IlllN GILBERT A WHEELER A1.a d6II11C 1111111 111 X1 CHARLES W SUPIK Acadennn X11 N N 1lT ALBERT J 'IHAME Academxc 1 1 1 11 1 RICHARD 0 THIESSEN Aca dellllc 1 1 111 fl 1 JOSEPH L THOMAS Academ1c S 111111111111 1 lll 111 X ll 1 11 LEONARD T TONER Acadennc 1 l 1 N 1Nl11 5111 1 1 CARL F TRIER Acadenuc ill Nl N N Hg KN l ll P N IN 4 1 ISADORE S VACCARINO B11S1neSS X1 1 11 ll11 1111 N 1 1 ll 1111 111NN1 1111 IN N 1 IL 1 l X IINUU1 X1 OTTMAR B van der BERG Ge11 91 al N N llllx N t1 1 I KN N1 111, 11111 11 lllllllll 11N 111 ll N111 111 N1 ' JOHN P VIOLETTE Academlc 1 11 11111111111 11111 1 1 lINfX N l N N l 4 1 111,,t 1 S1111 111N lNt tl ll x Xllgll N L11 A l TABLE PARTY - Relaxing are Donald and Sue, Dick and Joan, John and Sue, Charlie and Joan, Kenny and Joan. PROMENADE- '51 topmen Tom Bailey and John Nunn with their dates, Doris Landsfeld and Sue Luber distribute Prom's favors. HAPPY CORNER-The smiles be: long to George and Pat, Mo and Theresa, Charlie and Judy, Nick and Joan. JOHN B. WHELAN, Academic . . . SI. .Xmlmiilf Kiev- ,4',S,Xl,4. " ' ,--riviwrxwl 5-1:w..1lg in Ili' lm.-1 ' -1.H:',..1-I.:-1: :.+.,:-I , . , li-us! li-1-T ., -l,.-.ys 'uf Xfyl1l4l',1y,. l, lv-l1iX,ll,,'wI X'-,,l.1 . . . JAMES W. YOUNG, Academic . . . NY Nlfw. sliaill-11' . , . lwgg- -' !l.1l,1 ,ms lfzisslrig ,Yr.g. lxrggznzr. Nlglbxif . .ill Wlnsh-li X". . . . "-l:u'li IIl:14Y-'Il lii-slilvlll linslu-Tl::lll lf. Il, -l Y. Vim-N lA4rllllll'.Y 4. Y. 'l'1':u'l4 l , . . Fix Nlzin l"m11 lr:lll Il , , , lY:lsl1lIlggT1vlli:1l1 , . . " lfvvlv :A vfml lI4'Illl. .lllllv .Xll-xsnll . . . Tzlxvvrs lI:1Ill1v . . . lvzlslnllngiilll. lV. l' . . . JOHN J. WIEGARD, Academic . , . Nr. ll--rl-A 1Iiwr!..,".IflIm" wusIm-mlrm-1'uT'4'.S.Xl,4, l. Q, ll, -l , . . lllgglwi llIIl'I'4Y ls lflxgllxll . . . JlrvI.llT lIvHi1'I'. . !:lH In-ll s4lllll4l4'4l lv.-st , , , umllil lilif- In g--I los! in Nwtrm ffl' l,Y.lP ,,,, "XYlu:lT :nw Yum il-wing To 4lw . . . 2.714 XYiIlu-ns Xue.. 251 . . . VINCENT J. WIE MAN, ACad8IIliC . . . NY. Vw-ills: . . . "-l"l'I'-Y.. was In-mrx' wing iilll' Y:nI'siT4x' lim-li4-'Y I. fl. l, .l,X'. l . . --Ulf l1::sf-li:.ll::ml 7'--ffilmll l . . .1-lmms l-lgg--N1 Illriln unslf'-:iTll1Ql"ul'vsY l':l!'li l"r'ou'1llf- li" ll::!'x::1'1l l 'll . 122215 lil4mlnl1igyl:.lw lfll.. l'i. DONALD J. WILLENBURG, General . . . FI llfrlnillif- . . . "l1fmi' wus 111--mlf:-1' ot' l'.N.Xl.V. l. Z -l.Y. Ii . . . mu-vli:mif':il fllnxxilig zllwl Yum !':ixn1'iTf's ..."filHf-11:1 llrwnlii' ,... T HIS l'iig1'iri. llll.. ll . . . JOHN J. YEAGER. Academic . , . ft XX'--1 ws laws . , . 'llulmu un- 11.1-x:,l.wr' lvf' TH., lrcilfl Thu! WILLIAM J. ZIEGLER, General , . , " Hill" lilu-s In l'4'Il1l Sl1:lli4-slw:u1'1- . . . liiulugy hug , A , lllggvsf lmll Inn , A , U24 .llvlmli l'ul1I'I. If ..,. C. ZIELINSKI, Business . . . Nt. l'11trivk's . . . tlnrill is lll'IlI'lllg1 1111- lust lu-ll ri11g'..,"liup:n Sm-:nk 425 N. Nlwln-im HT.. Jil .... GORDON R. ZINNERT, Commercial . . . "S4mky" . . . -lllllllll' :null S1-Him' ll1lIll't'l'fllIllIlllll'l' . . . llllll fmmtlmll illlfl luiflgl-t lulslwf- lnlll . . . l'lllTll Rlrlllilll Jlllll lfznrl llostiv . . , Sum' llwf FRANK A. ZITO, General . . . 'llmls , . , Stun lim- tnu :xml lluris llznlv . . . Npngllvtli . . . 'l'I'Il4'li . . . Sflllll'llf l'UllIIk'll 2 . . , liiggvst Thrill wlu-11 St. .lm- lh-:ll l':aTtm-wil Sl Tull.. --'I'1ml4" .. .IIIQQVI1-st GRADUATES 0F 52 SPEECH TIME-Restless, anxious parents oppressed by heat try to appear interested as youthful speakers make their FINAL PARADE-Down the aisle final appearance. come the white:c0ated Sen: iors led by Dick Miller as proud parents watch. PICTURE STORY-Mr. J. Durinzi captures a view of the Lyric on graduation night that re: Calls all its excitement. 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Joe 311111111 511111111 01111- FRESHMEN TRACK CHAMPS-The Resident Field Day Trophy belongs to them: fkneelingj l. to r.: John Fellows, Tom Bell, Walt Johnson, Fred Czarra, Bob Hudek, Luiz Pinheiro, Neil Carmody. fstandingj l. to r.: Sid Renehan, Milt Chivizzani, John Hazel, Dave Hamilton, Claude Bernier, Bill Naughton, Luis Casacuberta, Dave Gilmartin, Carlos Lamadrid, Charles Currier, Joe Sanchez, Jose Emperador. fTrophy Foursomeb-Sterling Nair, Tom Morrison, Ralph Gon: zalez, Bob McConnell. Tljli KAPPA ENTHUSIASTS - Kappa Chi Members fstandingj Dave Cushwa, Bill Blanco, John Dunworth, Bill Frazier, John Moran, Ralph Melady, tseatedj John Whelan, Louis Bernier, with their dates en: joy an evening social at the Senior Club. :OFZVVAR - Resident Track and Field Day pits the Juniors against the Seniors. The Jun: iors led by Ed Moses and Lou Bernier prove they know the ropes as they apply pres: sure on Bob Stanford and John Violette. 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O 'nm I fy 5 ,, 3 3 vs , X . if 32557 5 D 0 'V v r K ,152 W 5 1 -V 1? 6 UE my 5 VV io, g. ,JL 9, .5 I G, 4 I f .IUBILANT .IUIIIORS I JUNIOR WHEEL-Class President, Joe Dorsey, poses with his date at the Junior Prom. That landscape background of water and moon: light was the creation of Joe Dorsey to lend the right motif to the dance which was held at the Maryland Yacht Club. BIG NIGHT-Dick Strassner and his date are hav: ing such a great time at the Yacht Club that they are all smiles for the lensman, Tom Hirsch. REAR ADMIRALS-Don Merrick, Bob Sommers, Ralph Lightner, John Kirby along with their pretty dates take over and keep everything shipshape at the Prom. PAUSE-Salvatore Salas and Joseph Pfeiffer give the camera their attention as they elect to sit this one out with their dates. 70 PROM NIGHT-Juniors Mickey Benkert Joe Bova SPOTLIUHTERS-Jack Benzing Lou Bnens Ron Bob Holland and Bob Witt with their dates ald Lange Frank Curran and Hermie Amelung go Navy at the Prom which was held by the with their dates dnert their atten lon from Bay. the dance floor and focus it on the camera FLEVEN BELLES-Gene Nieber: lein, Cholly Markiewicz, Bill Smith, Jim Vaeth, Charlie Beck, Ronald Tracy, Jim Davis and the others of the class of '55 pose as they en: ter the Maryland Yacht Club for their Junior Prom. o-7 l 'mf J 7I SOL0lST-Popular television star, Jean Steele, sings "Lavender Blue" to the smooth accompaniment of Frank VVelsh's orchestra. FORMALITIES f w . . lllv jJ'l'2ll'1' ul za lHI'Ill2l 1-'mv Q- 1' lv lb ' A 'E . ' 'E E . . , .2-5 -'. 2. tim! lllgflll lll l'1'llI'll2lIX' :lt tln- l':llll'l'5llll. l"m' . 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Then finally, after patient enduring, unknowingly utilized to develop spirit, team play, and good sportsmanship. finally recog- nition is earned and a varsity monogram is won. Another svhool lesson has been well learned. STRATEGY-Jerry Wie- man orders the Hail Mary doubled as Cal- vert Hall tries to checkmate our at- tack plan. CLASS-The champion: ship mile relay team of Hemler, Baden, Snyder, and 0'Hara really has that inde- tinable quality. CONTROL - Ronnie Car- roll here proves that if you want to be top man, you just have to have control. Hockey Qllflf.-G.-L ' I Cl ll U Track SS,-5 .eb ' 're "' me 'Nl Jn. It-,,,,.- X q.5?::,3.-ge .': t Wrestling T-f v w - - PURPLE il'2IVt'illlQl' to Pilllzulelpliin fur their 1bIWl1iilQI M-litiic-. 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Allfliil9l' liigrli quit ut the 4121-Y was Frzmk 'I'annImr0llu's POWER PLUS-That's big Chuck Frazier, line pivot man: rugged on offense, dependable on defense. Injuries kept him from repeating his AlI:MaryIand honors. PIG-SKINNERS .lil ystiwl t-1-tltlting 4-mite-t' airoiitul 4-tul lot' tlu visitufs at-t-mul tally. l'fll,Y. rzitt-tl ln' tnuiiy ns tlu- lu-st 4-lt-vt-it in tlu- loop. was llt'XI on tlu- sign-iulai for tlu- l'ttrplt- . . , , v . plgslillitu-t's. llu- NUI'lil ixX'1'lllll' 14-:tm tlrt-wh1'st lvlfuul e-ztrllx' in tlu- first stzttixzi :ts .Xl'lllilllli llilw-l'tllt1zl1uluswuvtt-tl ll .vnrtls lot' tlu- tmlbvlllllgf mzirlu-t'. Skurtlzl t'Vt'llWl tlu- svotw- in tlu- st-votul 1lllill'll'l' witli at 259 yzirtl st-orittgg' sprint. Ilztlf- tinu- fouiul Poly on top lay at li-li 1-omit. Mill- wny tlitwnigli tlu- tltirtl qll2ll'It'l' llll2ll'T1'I'll2l1'li 'il?lllllllll't'liH plttllgw-tl on-r for tlu- t-quztlixe-t' l.l'Ulll tlu- liligfitu-1-1"s mu-. Ilztitiliius plan-1-ttu-nt zittt-mpt was witln-. .Xml so. tlu- gmtiu- 1-tuli-tl with iui l'ui'tlu-t' st-orillgr as luftll tvzttns wort- l'ot'vt-tl to sviilt- lol' il lil-122 tlviitlltwli- BACK ROVV--George Horn, fMgr.Jg Don Shanahan, Chas. Franzone, Justin Stass, Joe Brent, Andy Smutny, Herby Duval, Pat Duffy, Earl Ham: per, Hermie Amelung, Don Geary, John Vio: Iette, Vince Ferrare, tMgr.l: Ray Kozlowski, 4Ass't. Coachl. SECOND ROW-Stan Zaleski, tAss't. Coachl: Frank Kozel, Joe Savarino, John Dilli, George Benkert, Charlie Snyder, John Burbank, John Dunworth, George Mor: ris, Ralph Falcone. Tom Dushel, Bob Benzing, Vic VVojcihovski, tCoachD. THIRD ROW- Frank Tamburello, Jim Skarda, Gene Neiber: lein, Ed Brent, John Bridges, Tom Strassner, Jim Goodwin Phil W'askiewicz Joe Dorsev l ROUGH OPENER-Coach Vic W'ojcihovski assures his gridmen that Southeast Catholic may be a mite tou h. 1 v , 1 g Paul Baker, Dick Braungart, Tom Hiskey, Ben Petrilli. Jim Snyder, Manager. ? fy: AIRBORNI- Jim Skarda leroed on the Southeast Latholn ballcarrler onlx to be sud denlx torpedoed bx a hard running Quaker State man FYE OPENER Brother Andre, Loach Rax Kozlowski, and substitutes Ueorge Benkert, Paul Baker, Lharhe Snyder, and Don I-arlex freeze as Polx's team begins to roll - i if wu z i i ' 5 ""!'i5Q' f , , li : li. -' m ' ' MOUNTIES IN ACTION Rwgristwillgg' their lirxt lm-agfuv will of tlw sea- valling' mlulivs at tllv lwglllllllllgl' ul' lla- fuurtli mu. the Gaels llll'1l01l lravk VITY at Hililmm pwriml To lf-all flu- Alilllllllllllll To tlwii' final 'l'll, Fin-lil by a 20-2 smiw. NYi11gre1l lkuutvml .liulmlmy .Xl'te1' tlle aifan-li was styniiwl fm- tlirw- tl0XVllS BPl1Zll1QI. St. -loc lialflvavli. was The Sllllllllfl' star tlll the Vity Zi. llampvi' awive-lonl tlirougrli qi1ai'1r-i'- O11 attack as lie tallied Twivv. The first was a one lvavli fm' Tlw final QI02il-t'l'0NSlllQI. 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A I 1 3- I , N 1' nr If V I , I 1,?' I A 3 r I e 5 M W 4. ,,, fr its 9 ' P , , 'f M 4 A. . , , RUUGED POWER - Big Jim Skarda takes off for pay territory as a timely block con: vinces an uncertain Don tackler. END AROUND-This play might well be re: named "End Sur: rounded", a s P a t Duffy wonders who was fooled. l:XClTED FANS - These sidelined scrappers, Don Geary, Justin Stass, John Bridges, and Ralph Falcone do it the hard way. Lxiha B J.V. SQUAD-BACK ROW-Donald Sulewski, Joe Zimmerman, John Miller, Don Yakel, Charles Mc: Kenna, Andre Calas, Bob Holland, Ronald Baronski, John Kirby, Floyd Rabil, Bill Givens, Fran: cis Batz, Bill 0'Brien lMgr.J. SECOND ROW-Brother Hilaire 1CoachJ: Pete Nilles, Larry Knott, John Corcoran, Bob Ballantine, Ronald Whitehurst, Pat Riley, Larry liilhooley, John McLaughlin, Joe Huber, James Heller, QMgr.lg Brother Francis Joseph fCoachy. FIRST ROW- Charles Smith, Leonard Bednarczyk, Fred Meisel, Joe Nichols, John Fitch, Walt Dunsmore, Dennis Nlcfiuire, Tom Kohlhepp, Bob Flynn, Felix Hein, Ronnie Kelly, Ed Dabrowski. Vmlvi- ilu- illlillilglt' of limtlwx' liriv. flu- Vulm 232-U. ln za return gmm- 1111- i'llilSilg12lill lu-at Gil- fontlmllvrs finisllwl 2lllllillK'l' hm- SUEIMLII. Num- mem Iii-li illltl emlgreml lA'0llEll'tl Hall T-6. Bill lu-re-rl 2llll1rllg1'Til0lI' vim-tinis were ST. Mark, whom Blarfvl. Tmn Svlllllltlf. Gmini Daly. Tenn Wvssvl. the little mixes tl'UllllQ'1'1i 31-0. Mmizlstvry lH-0 mul Roy Ilzxm-y 1-nine in for il bit of praise ilur- lusvr. and lilllllilll who fell to the pllrplo tide ing: the t'2llIlI1?llQ'll. YELL MEN-John Mueller, Bob Stachura, Jake Boeren, and Charlie Markiewicz return to the safety of the St. Joe side after a friendly invasion of the Patterson sector. UAEL SQUAD - BACK ROVV - Brother Aquinas, QCoachJg Milton Ghivizzani, Julian Mi: sotti, Charles Page, James Kahler, John Smith, Harry fiilner, Vincent Cala, Ed Roehre, Bob Walters. SEC: OND ROVN'-Marion Yetri, Don Geary, Bill Martel, Phil Hayes, Gerald Burns, Francis Skarupa, Joe Crocetti, Don Clark, Bob Hudak. FIRST ROW'-Elmer Jones, Carmen Papale, Ed Crew, Joe Tay: mans, John P. Finnegan. X " 4 ff , K ! L 1 Q Q 7 , Qi I 1 ' 1 ' I 1 it 4 I if K 4 if 'X ' X 4 , . K ' . f 7 E 5 vt 'ff I B 2' 3 a ' 5,i, 'fl Q2 - N 1 , , , ff1m,f:Hs+?Sgg V W 4 lwwvw: W Q ' X Wg! '??'TU"1 :Z P ' 'V ai ' g 4 19" fix 4 , px 4 ks i-- X X f.., ' w 7? - 4-,ww .qw , l J 1 Y ' K F 52 AZ' ff " "' 'P 5 7' 92 13 3 D 2. J. ft ' , 5 ,fgwg-yggi'-u. I cg t Y Q -va A .,., Q WH J, ,W 'E vvflllyfirifiiiigw. 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COURT S Ill SESSIDN ning' flu- privznv sl-Iuml tiilv, luvwwl to l'z1I1vr's l,2Il'li'N l'liplw1'siutlu-KIRK llllills losing- Iwo I. ,. ,, . . , . , , . - .. , GOOD FOR TWO-All:Maryland Jerry Komin 1143 demonstrates his deadly drivezin shot against Towson Catholic hx netting two points. Teammate tiene Nieberlein stands by just in case. 88 'l'lu' .XIu11n1's vzll'siI.x' lmslu-tlmlll-rs. 2Il'll'I' will tllrvm' uzmuls. lllll'lll11' tlul wgrlllzlx' Nvilstlll Ilu lllmpsfelx l'liillIl9ll Wills uve-1' l"Hl'1'sT l,2lI'li. Tow will Vzltlloliv lff. Ill-lunlwglll. lAl'YHl2l. 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Vitck, and Fred Strause lon the right! John McLaughlin, Bob Vaeth, Pat Reilly, Bernie Dukes and Louis Volkman. Not pictured are: Sal Zanghi and Joe Nicholas, Managers. OUT FROM UNDER-Explo: sive guard Frank Dickson rounds a Calvert corner to get the liaels going. LLBS-BACK ROW' -Daniel Thomas, Melvin Dotter: weich, Gerald Burns. An: drew Blasco, Paul Rasky, Herbert Small, Kenneth liorski, Brother Paulus. FIRST ROW - Donald Deinlein, Carroll Grace, John Walsh, Richard Sul: liven, Ronald Levasseur, Earl Capp, Robert Szulc: zewski, Charles Fertitta. ABSENT-Donald VVoyto: witz, Richard Nlelfa, Mark De Frances. 11 -XELS-Tom McCann, Francis Skarupa, Joe Phebus, Joe D'0nofrio, Joe D'Alesan: dro, Bill Martel, Larry Reynolds, Don Potter. Nell son Nlacher, Fred Adkins. llick Schmitt, VValt Duns: more, Fred Czarra lWlgr.l: Brother Francis Joseph tkloachp. 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COLLISION-The aftermath of a bad pileup shows the little man who is always there, the referee, trying to tind out if either Maus or Doyle is hurt. VARSITY TEAM-BACK ROW'- J.V. Knobby H a r r i s 1Coachi: James Parr 1Mgr.bg George Doyle, Paul Plant, Carl Maus, Joe Miller, Don Faley. FIRST ROVV-Ed Rochue, Bill Sipes, John Weber, Frank Tam: burello, J e r r y Wieman, VVayne Breslin. TEAM - STANDING - John Coin, Ed Ball, John Larkin, WVilIiam Dignan, Fred Hock: rein, Ray Keete, Wilbur Hur: ley, Jack Graver, Ralph Me: lady, Don Cox, 0wen Har: rison, Tom Wagner 1Coachb. KNEELING-Charles Miller, Joe Vondracek, Charles Hor: ner, Joseph Petcus, John Bromwell, J o h n Amoss, Kenny Lee, Joe Mannion. l'lll1lNllIlllI tnst. the V2ll'Sli.V lntln lnmlnl IEIYVW' lllll'liNil'I'S. 111211111511-ml to sqm xlt to 1 , . position 1111141115: the loop lemlixs lbllll ste-zulv -"mm tllx'm1f"l1o11t ilu- vw nr the slt . r- r- . i top trlumpll was zi -5-0 XX'llll4'XYiNlllll' fi -1 lzmlllmls ui lnlve-rf llzall. lx: liilllurii lilll lllillN llul l M1-Ia1ly.li1m 2 ' '. ' -2 iw-in, .Inv Xlzmimi. and -lm-lc llI'illlll ml NIl2ll'l'iIilll"N 'it tllf- Nlllliltl. UO.-XLll2'S GLX-XRDIANS Doyle and Carl 'Vlaus the ice Hy and team give goalie Paul Plan protection he needs wh skaters enter the ZOHC. 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SECOND R O W - Carmen Papale, John Violette, Ben Petril: le, John Corcaran, Bob Donate, Charles Limmer, Ki e o r g e Baker, Matthew Carson 4Nlgr.l. FIRST ROW -- John Kirby, Mike Ben: kert, Jerry Ward, Jimmy Clark, Ronnie Carroll, C h a rl e s Darby, Vince Fer: rare, Mr. Ray Koz: lowski 1CoachJ. HEADSTAND-John Violette became a combination of top and bottom man as he did a sudden flip to escape his Severn opponent. KAN, Vftfw NARSITY SWIMMERS-Bill Paynter, Ronnie Carroll, Barkley Scott, Birch Kenny, Jimmie Allen, James Bracken, John Barry, Jim Perry, James Kilchenstein, Larry Barton, and Gil Wheeler. QMike and Jim Sneeringer were absent.j OUR FRUGMEN 1 star -lim Rim-lcvii pm-ingr the squad , the s tx fininvn Uillllll up with three wins cluringr thi ll winter' svasoll. lil'2ll'kl'll l'lll0l'gI9ll milwziteli ouffli the your in l11lliVlflll?ll 4-vviits. Si. -l0llI1'S X isliillgrfimil :mil llolvola twice were The lost-rs to tha Mount tankllwn. Losses to Vity, 1'oly,a11d lim Penn lllilI'l'4'll the sl-zisml. :B0l'l'hy nl x. .lim Pl'l'I'.Y, Gil Wliem-lor, .lim Healy. lulm lizirry, Norui llzummi, mul Dick STIWISSIIOI' ill 1111111-il in wemlitalrlm- Il0l'f0I'lll?llll'i-'S. SPLASH AHEAD-Jim Bracken, scholastic champion, takes to the water to knock a few seconds off his record. SWIFT SWIMMER-Berchy Kenny swims across the pool to Iimber up before starting on the breaststroke which won him that title in M.S.A. com: petition. 4.1 TEAM-BACK ROVV-Tom Davidson. John Fitch, Gerald Vkilliams, Graham Cusic, Joe Bisker. FIRST ROVV- Bernard Karpers, Francis Robinson. Bob VValski, Dan Heisey, Tom Ziss: mos, Mike Karpers. Coach Ed Hurley. G UN REACTION - A shot from the start: ing gun and John Linder and Don Meyers, a n d t h e mystery St. Joe run: ner head down the track with the Poly speedsters. 1 DOUBLE FINISH-Mark Baden and Joe Hemler are so far ahead of their clipper foes that it looks like a 1 warmzup. J.V. SQUAD-BACK ROW-W. Johnson CMgr.Jg A. Calas, D. Gilmartin, H. Kirtley, M. Mugler, F. Batz, R. Kelly, T. Wassell, W. Buczkowski, J. Onofrie, A. Seifert, J. Ziers, J. Cain, Mr. Stan Zaleski fC0ach1. SECOND ROVV-E. McGee, D. Gray, J. Sch: mitt, R. Peterson, P. Figinski, J. Dietz, J. Turner, D. Clarke, T. San: rusaitis, F. Rekus, R. Lewis, Brother Andre fCoachD. FIRST ROW-J. Bateman, J. Mueller, H. Stromberg, L. Gilhooly, R. Kinlein, R. Schapeflin, J. Fertitta, J. Russell, R. Melady, E. Moses, F. Robit. ABSENT-C. Fer: titta, H. Schmidt, J. Gardner. A11111111g1'11 t11P.V 11111 11111 1'ep11211 1111'i1' 1'112111111i1111- ship p111'1'111'11121111'11 of 121s1 j't'?lI'.S 11f21111. 1121111 s11111111s1e1's 21g:21i11 111211111 il 111111 s1111wi11gr wi111 1i1's1 11121119 c1111pi11g's Ill 111e 1I21110v111' 211111 111e Poly Relays. 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INTMAN--"Choo Choo" Sny: der, leading liael scorer, breaks across the tape with Clipper foes far to the rear. VARSITY SQUAD-BACK ROVV- Al Baikauskas tMgr.J: R. Lange, A. Demma, D. All: geier, D. Nlyers, J. Vaeth, L. Bivens, J. Benzing, Stan Zaleski tC0achJ. SECOND RONV-G. Ward, E. Wun: derer, S. Strauss, Nl. Baden, J. Dunworth, li. Horn, S. Mancari, R. Baranoski, G. Ramirez, Brother Andre. FIRST ROW-T. Mueller, C. Snyder, J. Skarda, J. Vio: lette, W. Frazier, J. Whelan, M. 0'Hara, J. Hemler, R. Carroll. MISSING-F. Dick: son, T. Strassner, F. Curran, W. Smith. 223338. .L if X' 35.1134 . . a by iv, "JL 1 z .V X 1 , S 4 .A 6, " 1 ' .n,+ n.'MfiL1v.. , . The l952 -lziyvve T1'z1t-k zivliit-wel thirml plat-v g:a1'11e1'e-tl points in thv Statm- Blwt were Dim-k in the State Meet with s-xc-vptimml Ilt'I'f01'lIl?llll't'S Tiilllitlll. Tom XVessel. t'l1arh-s Russ:-ll. and hy -lose'-pli BEITPIIIRIII. MSA 220 yaxwl dash i'il2il'it?S Fertittzi. lu the State- M1-vt the- Mmuit Ulliilllllifbll. :mtl llmmlml l'l2ll'li1' iii the l0U 211141 4'll1tTt'I'1llt'I1 we-w limi-tl out hy Vity :mtl Poly for 220 yzirtl tlaslivsg Ralph Me-lmly XYHll tht- MSA tht- Laurels. iliac-us vllziiiipimisliip. This was the trait-k pit-time for the 5lPl'illQi'i1llli The- -Iaiyve-ws. llll4i4'I' tht- 4-mu-liiiigz of I'il'Hlill'l' tha- -Tllllllvl' Vzwsit-v ruiiiit-rs hung: up tht-ii' spike-N .-Xiuliw-. tiiiisllwi the- Nvilillll with wins tm-1' Put- looking: fuiu ml to riimiiiigr for tht- Yni'sit.v ts-rsmi :uni Vity. Tllvll' only 1il'i't'ilf,l'2llllE at tht- sqiiml in 525. lmntls of l'wl.v. lil'l1t'l' ste-llzu' lie-1'i'w1'1i1f-iw who 97 f, MQ. v111's11y 11111g:1111's 111111111111 1111 1111p11s1T11111 111 1111111' 1111111 11111' 11111 1'1'11w11. 011111111111 11111 x1111s1111 w1111 21 1111111111 111111111111 111111 11111s1-111'11 1111 1'11111111's. 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HURSEHIDE HEROES xvllll 21 11111'11 s111'1-11ss1x'11 1111111111 111 sig1'111. 11111 W . . w , - 1-1-0 sx1'1111111 111 l'111'11s1 1111111 11111 11111-1111s1111's 1111111 1- :- 1'il1Vt'1'T 111111 111111111 21 1'111111'11 11111111111111111111 111115' 1-11111111gg11111 111 l'1lil11l'llg1'l'l'S, 11111 11111111 1111111'1s lVl'1'1' 111 x'11111 2181110 s1-111-11 111' 7-111111'111's p1'11111' 1'11v 111111 ' . 1 SWINUINU BOB-Up goes Bob Benzing's batting average another notch as Forest Park victory hopes get dashed. VARSITY BINULERS-BACK ROW-Claude Andrews, Steve Kilduff, Ronald Hojnacki, Joe Zimmer: man, Bob Flyan, John Norwood, Bob Hamlin, Hubbard Volenick, Knobby Harris. SECOND ROW -James Heller QMgr.J: John Debrouse, George Doyle, Earl Hamper, Jerry Komin, Bob Benzing, Roland King, Mr. John Plevyak QCoachJ. FIRST ROW-Ed Dentz, John Corcoran, Ronald Bab: koff, Tom Dushel, George Vaeth, John McLaughlin, Andy Smutny. lim lplunutuu-ul l'1'l1l'lll'll ilgiillll ns ilu lllllgllls l l SCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONS-Mr. Beehler of the Harvard Club pre: sents to happy Coach Plevyak and his victorious squad the prized Maryland Scholastic Baseball trophy as Athletic Direc: tor Brother Ricardus enjoys the repeat win. ol lfolw-st l'n1'li llllllllrlvll ilu' Xllllllll lull pow-1'. l'ulv 'l""illl lmmu-ll mio vu-xx' -as tlu- 4, uls umm . fr-f luuwlll- to HY X 'flow' llvlf-nw ymlww-ml an srl-llm' rule up l1l1T1l Tlu- NlXTll llllllll"' wll 1 Pll llllll1"S 1-K- ,. . . pllulwl mul l'olx pullul llllll ilu lvzul lilll lieu-l l'l'I' XYZIS lun to lu llll4llllNlllll?lTl'll as Tlu-v l pull:-rl Tlu- mu out fm 1 41 xxiu. llul rl-si ul Ilu su-mul roulul multi-sts 4'll4lt'Il wnll lloullt Nl. A .wx , lm on unpol tlu- l1'2I"lll'2lll4l il firm Lil 1 Il on tlu Xlg.X '1 TI vlullx' lol' tlu- tllllwl Nll"ll"'llT X'4"ll'. - My 'In ,.?A A. I my I fel . R, 5, in A .', ,K A . -. 9y'7fr'ff 5 . , ', lim M .nf 22, ' ' n VVHERHIJ HE UO?--That seems to be the mystery to Andy Smutny as he Iunges in the dirt for the elusixe runner. ALL:STAR FORM-Far reaching tirst baseman George Doyle ofiers snug harbor for that floating white sphere. J.V.'ERS SCHOOLBOY KINGS-Otts van der Berg and Jack Corbitt follow through to the single finals in which Jack topped teammate Otts for the title. PROPER APPROACH-Jack Corbitt demon: strates the green smoothness that made him Schoolboy Champion. GOLF TEAM - Brother Leo Francis tCoach3: Jack Corbitt. Bob Lentz, Otts van der Berg, Bob Moran, and John Thomas. I00 J.V. PILLBUSTERS- BACK ROW-R. Stoetzer 4Mgr.Jg R. Vaeth, D. Grifhth, J. Bracken, J. Carper, J. Tayman, E. Dabrowski, F. Skarupa, S. Renehan, and R. Miskiel tMgrs.J. SECOND ROW-J. Finnegan tMgr.J, J. Shaw, J. Finne: gan, E. Crew, J. Burns, T. Hiskey, W. Mor: rison, Brother Dominic tCoachJ. FIRST ROW -J. Bova, M. Dotterweich, L. Winkleman, R. Whitehurst, J. Nlascari, R. Blake, W. Duns: more, E. Stevens, D. Woytowitz tAbsentJ. LINKSMEN .X H11vsl1mx'i11g1 was vlmlliwl up for tllv xltllllll wlwn -lzwlc Vurluitt In-vzlllw tlw NI2ll'.Yl2IIl4l Svlm- . . , , Instlv Links llmmp, Htts nm 4lt'l' lwrf" was illlll r- . , , . tllwl' tmp pl'l'f0l'IlIl'l'. lllv ggullllnvll. vozlvllwl luv lirwmtllm-1' Iwo l"l'2llll'lS. finislwml tllirml in loop mmllwflt mn. VARSITY LACROSSE-BACK ROW-B. Olesczsuk, SPRING PORTENT-The webbed stick almost A. Schier, H. Schneider, G. Schaefer, E. Rut: blocking out the players introduces the Indian kowski, G. Wheeler, G. Saffran fNlgr.Jg B. game of Lacrosse. Oliver qMgrJ. SECOND ROW-R. Kozloski QCoachJ: V. Guercio, C. Horner, G. Stallings, L. 0'Neil, B. Kenny, J. McCrumb, E. Willen- burg, Brother Gerardus. FIRST ROW-F. Feurer, D. Keck, C. Hull, D. Farley, J. Boeren, B. Stachura, D. Shanahan, E. Kelly. THE INDIAN SIGN Yan-sity S1lI'lillll'lI. playing' in an lllUl'1' experi- m-iivml lm-signin-. wc-rv not zilrlv to ilu IllIll'll ziguiiist their more lIill'llt'lYOI'Il zulvm-i'sui'ivs. Althmlgrli losing: ten grzniws in eleven starts. thi- Inmlizminvii wellw' able tu 0X'i'l'l'UIllt' lilvn l'lIll'lIIl' lllgll. S-J. Althuugzlm mllnitte-ally mitvlzisswl anal out- plwvvil the spiritwl Nlollntllivil I-um-lie-el lw lieu' 1 ' ' A ' 1 Q Kozlowski. still Ufllllll boast of Tllm- work of Yl'It'l'illl limi Slmnzillzm. who took liig'l1-svwiiig lllllIOI'S2illIl XYll1lgI2llIl4'Kl2l nwmimiontl14-"Suns" All-3l?lI'j'l2:lIlfl te-11. llfllt'I'S who stoml out ilivlllfll-ml View ll0lIlI1'l'. lion lYillr-11lwl'g1'. limi Km-li. l"l'f-al l"4'lll'l'l' :mil Holi ST2ll'llllI'il. llvtl-mise nm-s wwe- -luke lim-iw-ii. lifl K1-lly. l.zu'1'y WN.-ill. mul Paul Plant. Allllllll lumste-rs llIT1'I'1'Ni1'4l in the lmlizm Qfillllf' look fm'w:11'el io the niorn- t'XIN'l'll'lll'l'4l tvznn to lw iie-lull-ml in-xt j'i'2ll'. CAREFUL, FELLA!-That bouncing white pill is liable to jump out of that bas- ket if John Kirby has his way. J.V. LACROSSE-BACK ROW-Mr. Ray Kozlowski 4Coachjg Jimmie Mc: Crumb, Paul 0'Brien, Charles Siky: sky, Pete Nilles, Charles Supik, Bro: ther Gerardus 1Moderatory. SECOND ROW-Pat Renehan, Dick VVood: house, Fred W'agner, Ed Kahler, Fred Adkins, Jimmie Strigle. FIRST RONV -John Larkin, Guy Klank, John Kirby, Nick Feurer, Bob Donati, Billy Givens, Tom Scanlan. CLASS OF '52--As Salutatorian Donald Burton addresses the audi: HHAlJ1'A'1'10N AWARDS '1'1111 151111111-1' l':11Ql'l'llK' '1'1'11p11y fm' 1111- 11111- s1z11111i11g' Sl'11111i'll.. 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Tl1111111rs lf. ll1'1'.w1' EAGER SPECTATORS-Graduation cere: monies get under way, as the white: coated seniors start nervously down the aisles. l'1ll1'1'L' lr. .IIE ence, honored guests Reverend Brother Cyril, Reverend Nilus Hubble, Right Reverend Joseph J. Leary, Reverend C. Carroll Kerr, Right Reverend Leo J. McCormick, Reverend Brother Placidus and graduation seniors await the evening's climax. RULES 1 fi i r f 3 5 X , E if ' x N, Xw A' 4 4' . A ZZ ' , ., fi-Mlm X . 'Z 1 ,, I , 4. I '31 :T Q ii Sf? sl -. ,Y- f I 84,5 ,4 A f 0 M Zn 5 "4 FAREWELL IS INEVITABLE DRE AMY MUSIC-llancers recognized are Charlie ACT Potthast and Nancy Mctllung, Jim Perry and Betty Lou Cate, Frank Mcklully and Joanne Ziegler. IYITY lJL'TY-Senior Activities Moderator Brother Marcellus explains to Tom Strassner and Jeanne 0'llonnelI, tiordon Zinnert and Joan Kane the tine workings of the seniors' gift. Illlll' Nllvillillltl was lllllill1'4l, tlw .Xlmu Blzmfr llml law-rm sung. :xml tlu'l11l.x' 1-llltvliwl lll our ll2lll1lN Vlllillglll not as W1'1l2Illl'l'tlf was tlmt lmmgf znwslirwl 1llIll4PlIlil. .Xml i1mx':1sxx'1-spawlw for Ilu- lnsr Tino- tw our i'ri1-mls mul spent mu- lust ww- l11r1g11wu'f-Ilnvr.ilu- i'llll'l'.Y wt Inst nlzxlx' ns NTllIl1'lllN :lt ilu- Jllllllll 4l1'vw To ax 4-loss-. mul In-aim-f11ll.N'. 114vt-Immfzzue-i'l.x', ws- 1'llll'l'Vll El lll'XY wm1r'l1l. SONliFliS'l'-The crowd gathers eagerly around the handstand as Rivers Chambers' brass man starts swinging into novelty tunes. lA'Vl 1.71.15 -Emanuel Skrahek. ZBRATION li0l'NlJ Peggy Nash, Dan Mercer, Tom .Nlueller and Phil VVaszkie: wicz enter Sheraton: Belvedere lobby. N IJ E R F LT L MO, MENTS-VVhen soft music and happy smiles m a d e the night too brief. IIN AL APPEARANCE- Last flashbulb catch: es T 0 m Hirsch's party at Table HD. ILIAR lfllilillli - Brother Aubin han: dling tickets and favors as Ralph Mi: lady waits patiently. John McKnltt Alexander S B Alexander Mr and Mrs Carl L Amrem Miss Carnle R Anton Miss Estella Anton Mr and Mrs Louis Apncella Miss Mamie Appel George Baker Phil Bannon Jr Henrv T Bay nes Dr Bernldlnl Mr and Mrs R BlggI0 Albert Blnstock C Howard Bishop Paul Pablo Boettmger Miss Agnes Bonner Mr John Bonner Joseph Bonner Mr Joseph L Bonner Mrs Joseph L Bonner Miss Lenore Bonner Miss Margaret Bonner Mr and Mrs DavldJ Bovle Mr Lawrence J Boyle S Sgt Wm D Boyle USMC Frances Bradley and Mrs J Ellis Bradley and Mrs J A Brescia and Mrs F Rodgers Brooks and Mrs John Brooks and Mrs R 0 Brooks and Mrs Edw Brown Hugh C Brown and Mrs Hugh T Broyyn . and Mrs. Samuel C. Brown . and Mrs. F. M. Bruder Miss Virginia Bruni Mr and Mrs. Buckley Jr. Nlrs. Helen Bullington W. Robert Bullington Mr and Mrs. John A. Buscemi Mrs. E. Butorelli Mrs. C. Butschly Matthew Butta Carrie and Chips R F. Casher Mr. and Mrs. A. Castagnoli Mr. and Mrs. A. Cay aliere Frank A Cavaliere Charles Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chyba Mr and Mrs John Cichowicz Morrls M. Cohen Sam and Sarah Conigliaro Mr and Mrs. Peter Connolly Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Conti Mr. Herman Cook Joseph Cook Catherine Cooney Mrs Edna Cooney Mary Lou Cooney Nelson J Cooney Mlss Helen Corcoran Louise F Couper Mary Crotola John J Crumllsh Ethel Cuthie Betty Dannettel Mr and Mrs C Dannettol Cecelia C Darby 6: Sons Bob Dayls Frank R Dawson Mr and Mrs Edmond Dietz Kristine DlPaolo Mr and Mrs Leonard DIX Mr and Mrs Joseph Donohue Cadet Harry Dorsey Jr Mr 1nd Mrs Harry Dorsey Sr Joseph P Dorsey L P Dressler Mary Frances Dushel Mr and Mrs JohnT Dushel Mrs Fred Flsel and Daughter Mr Logan Ellis Mr and Mrs John B hnsor Mrs W J Erlbeck Mr and Mrs Russell Etheridge Mr and Mrs 0 C Evans Mr and Mrs W Falkenstem Thomas P. Fallon Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Figinskl Elizabeth Finnigan Loretta Fitzgerald Miss Ida Flood Major R. M. Flynn Miss Loretta Fore Frances Joan and Pat Frank and Earl Mr. and Mrs. C. Frizzera Mrs. Ethel Gardner The General Hardware Co. Charles A. Gibney Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gillease Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gilner Mr. and Mrs. Adam Glowacki Elizabeth Goetzel 'Vlary Goetzel Norris Gordon Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Granese Jeannette and Elta Greff Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greff Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Griflith Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Guth l06 John and Anna Guttenberger August Gutzat Mr and Mrs MelylnJ Hagan Mrs Gertrude Corcoran Hall Mr and Mrs John Hall Mr and Mrs Vyllllam Hammen Earl L Harden Raymond W Hare Mr and Mrs Charles W Hart Jimmy Hartzell Maude Hartzell Patrick Hartzell r and Mrs G C Haske r and Mrs J E Hauft and Mrs Frank Hay erkamp Bl l Heffner r and Mrs S F Heln Jr r and Mrs Daniel Helsey P F C George Herman Fllzabeth M Herr Miss Phyllis Hildebrand Joe Hoyy all Mrs Catherine Huber Joseph Huber Walter Hungleman The Hurricanes Phillip lngson 'I eddy lngson The Irvington Shop Hon Howard W Jackson Mr and Mrs Frank Jacobs Frank P. Jacobs Miss Rita Jacobs John J. Janyska Mr. and Mrs. VN . Kacpura Miss D. T. Kammer Florence M. Kearns T. H. Kearns Betty Keene Kelly 6: Poggi-Pharmacists l'. and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs . C. Kilgour Kilkowski John Kinder and Mrs. . Carl King . Joseph Kloiber Louis A. Koehler Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Komin George Konstant Mrs. Anna Kozlowski Melvin M. Kram Geo. J. Kremer Mr. and Mrs. Kropp Ruth A. LaBerge Mrs. Camela Lamberti U " ' . . ' Mr. . ' ' f I u nl - . . ' M . . . . ' , . - - Joseph A. Dorsch Mrs. Clara Helling Mr. . . ' i' , j' ' Mr. . . . ' , ' Mr. . . , , , ' ' ' Mr. . , , , V Mr. . . . , , ' ' Mr. . . , , , , Mr. . . . Mr. . . ' . . . ' . . Mr Mr ' M Mr - Mr . Mr ' Mr Katherlne D Larkin Margaret A Larklna and Mrs Dominic La Rosa and Mrs A L Lease Thomas Leek Leo s Cleaners and Mrs Joseph E Letts Catherine H Liedthe James K Lightner Mr and Mrs J P Lightner Mr and Mrs Thos H Lillv Jane K Llndeman Lindy s Rest lnc Mr and Mrs James E Little A R Long C D Lutton Mr and Mrs ThomasJ Madden Mr and Mrs Jack Maguire Corporal Victor St Martm Mr and Mrs Ralph Matarazzo Charles Mathias Charlotte Mathias Mr William Mathias Mr and Mrs C H Matthai Mr and Mrs Fred Mehl C Mentz Mr and Mrs J R Metzler Jo Ann Melzadra Miss Helen Micheal Mlkulski Bros Bakery Tina Mllio Denise Miller Mr and Mrs G E Miller Mr and Mrs Wm MOVSI George R. Moxley John Carroll Mueller Maximilian V. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mueller Sr. Thomas P. Mueller Mrs. Peggy Mutschler lvlr. and Mrs. Edmund Myers J. McAroy Hon. J. Neil McCardell Paul N. Niznik F. R. Nohe Mrs. Marie Nohe Ralph Nohe Stephen M. 0 Connell . and Mrs. J. Calvert O Conner . and Mrs. L. J. O Leary . and Mrs. W. L. O Neill Sr. . and Mrs. NV. L. 0 Neill Jr. Miss Mary' Vaiva Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Paluskiewicz A. Paul Mr. and Mrs. W. Pazkiewicz Mrs Henry J Permar Audrey Peterson Mr and Mrs W W Peterson Mr and Mrs B J Phlllbert Mr and Mrs R Plstorno W Pohlhour Rey Adrian Yoletti C P Phlllepa M Pontler Miss Christine Potz Rita M Poznanick Charles Price Mr and Mrs C W Price Jr Donald Price Shirley Price Mr and Mrs Andrew Pusloskle M F Reese Jr David Renbaum Mr and Mrs John Rest Mrs W Rest Hon and Mrs JohnH Reed Milton Rlfkm Lawrence Ring Rol and Wanda Darvl Roberts Mr and Mrs Tho J Rockstroh J H Rogers and Mrs C S Rosensteel and Mrs A Rozanski and Mrs Charles Ruchenberg Edw Ruckle Miss Gertrude H Ruskell Harry Ruskell Wm F Russell Louis T. Sabatino Mr. and Mrs. A. Santas Mrs. Dorothy' Santas George Santas Miss Rose Marie Santas Mr. Vincent Santas Santous Bros. Francis E. Sattertield Joseph A Saunders Jr. Rita Scardapane Marie A. Schaefer Mrs. Marie Scheck Nlr. and Mrs. W. A. Schmidt Miss Caroline Schneider Frances Anne Schneider . and Mrs. Frank Schneider and Mrs. Joseph R. Schneider . and Mrs. Ray' Schwind . . John G. Scott . . and Mrs. Henry' Serra Paul H. Sharpley' George T. Short, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Skarda l07 Mae Sklpps Mrs Catherine Smith Mr and Mrs J M Smit Frances A Sonnenleiter Fred J Sperato Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs M R Starr Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr Thomas Laura B Stu Miss Hilda S H Stancn k J Stanczy k R Stoetzer L A Strassnex A Strassner ber voboda Mr and Mrs James Sy oboda Tom and Kathie Til and Joan Toni and Walt Rev Maurice Tess C P Mr George Tigh Shirley Torbutton Mr and Mrs Louis Thomas Mr and Mrs B J Trlbull Mrs Rose Thomas Mrs William Thomas Mr VVllllam Thomas Jerome l- Tavik Jr Tappa Kegga of 4D Mr and Mrs Joseph Taddunl Mr and Mrs Paul Ucker William F Usher H Walfoas Al Walker Kitty' Walker Mrs. Thomas Walsh Mr. and Mrs. V. W'ancowicz Stanley' Wasilew ski Marion and Phil V5 askiewicz Mrs. G. Weber Frank Westerman Mr. and Mrs. G. A. William Miss Katherine VVittmer Miss Mary Bee Wittmer Mrs. Vincent Wittmer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolski Mrs. Florence Woodward Mr. 5: Mrs. Gordon E. Wright Sr. VVilliam C. VVright Mr. 6: Mrs. Wilford D. Wrightson Pat Yeager . . and Mrs. Bernard Zamenski . . and Mrs . S. Zazeski, Jr. . . and Mrs. Charles Zeller . and Mrs. J. H. Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Zinober Mr. . ' ' . . . . - - - - 'I- Mr. . . . . . . . ' ' - ' Mr. . . . ' ' - Mr. . '. '. ' '. '. . - - - ,' 1 ' .- I Riedels Florist - ' i 'Y '- - Mr. . , i . Mr. . . ' ' ' - .' Mr. . ' . . ' ' ' Mr. . - - . Mr ' Mr ' ' Mr Ml. Y ' , Mfr Mr ' ' , Mr Mr MI' Mr MI' Vlr Mr ALWAYS INSIST ON SUN OI-' ITALY FOOD PRODUCTS ASK FOR ,,.f' 'romwef VOIITI5 77551: At All Better Iiallan Amencan Stores and Supermarkets ln Maryland Washmgton D C Pennsylvama Delaware and Vxrgxma SOLE DITALIA WHOLESALE GROCERY IOSEPH G VACCARINO Prop INSISTETE SEMPRE PER I PRODOTTI SOLE DITALIA PHILIP P DeFLAVlS 224 230 S HIGH ST General Manager Comer Shles St Res OR1eans 3247 Balhmore 2 Md PLaza 2388 , 1 I I08 1 ll ll 1 n YH 'wx 3S.zCY1A?.uf:sz'42 t ,M N A V? IT W'ff ini ','vww,,., -M, . 21 '1FS',4,f',I. I i VW - ' 'W' Q1 . iff! -v-,acts . ew 4 , ff'-' - 4: :muff -"N"-"-' Q , QAM ww fa.,:.u 1 , . .1 1 1 . , . u 1 u I - I D . . 1 - RUYAL DUNLUGGIN DAIRY Balhmore s 100 Percent Independent D BRADDISH AVENUE AND BAKER STREET BALTIMORE 16 MARYLAND ll I I ll I THE ARUNDEL CORPORATION Ba trmore , cxr lan Dredglng Constructlon Engmeerlng Sand Gravel Stone Commerclal Slag ARUNDEL BROOKS CONCRETE CORPORATION Pre Mlxed Concrete Cerhed Ouahty from Graded Materlals OFFICE d PLANT S hW1t St Bt Ml E t 82OO 1' 2 M y d - and - Distributors of and 0 921 out o e reet al imore 31. ary and as ern UPLANDS APARTMENTS 4625 EDMUNDSUN AVENUE Wllklns 3100 WEBER 8: GREENWALT MOTORS NEW Arm USED CARS I ACK WEBER HERB GREEN WALT Bal 13 Md P ab d 0800 N.E. Corner Belair Road and Sinclair Lane tirnore , . e o Y Best W1shes from SMOOTH FREEZE MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM NATIONAL SPORTING GOODS CO Inc Best W1shes RALPH and DON A FRIEND THE CATHOLIC DEBATING LEAGUE BALTIMORE A Frlend of MT ST IOSEPH ASK LARRY WHERE HE BUYS HIS SPORTSWEAR or Ofhce Supphes and Equlpment Call ROBERT WINKLER Mulberry 4377 RUN RIGHT O FOR M-L YOUR STORE NEEDS M SHAIVITZ 6. SONS 816 26 Charles St 540711 Harford Road IOSEPH I SYNOWSKI STEF F E BROS SUPER MARKET 3210 Fredenck Ave Balhmore 29 Md Free DSIIVGIY ED 4444 OF 9 I O F 4 of .. ....... -........-...-....... ..... ......,. . I I 2 GRADUATES OF 1952 Best Wxshes to the 00771067114 ICE CREAM CIGARS MARTIN S CONFECTIONERY 4511 Eastem Ave B 9812 9595 R' SODA CIGARETTES MILK BAR LUNCH 2251 Wllkens Ave Best Wxshes from A FRIEND Waldoris Dress Su1t Co SEARS ROEBUCK AND Baltxmore Maryland SPITTEL S TAVERN Fulton 6. Lombard A FRIEND BEER Music TONY S CAFE 1216 Hollins St :YS lll P Baltunore 23 Md wmg LIQUQR Doc Echardt s Pharmacy II3 4Q i 1 E 1 ff l f' , V 1 l Is' ' E l'. - i I Best Wishes . CO. Ph LE 9 04 Ma ca o, top.. FRANK A KELLY HARDWOOD FLOORS RENOVATING A SPECIALTY 101 S TREMONT ROAD BALTIMORE 29 MD Phone Wukens 5941 FOLKEMER PHOTO SERVICE 927 Poplar Grove Street BALTIMORE 16 MD LO 1431 2608 Home Movxe Equipment Kodaks Supph s Photo Fmnshxnq BEN FRANKLIN STORE I Abell Lonqmore Prop Leonardtown Md F R A N K S RADIO 6. T V SERVICE Bonded Electromc Techmcran 1205 Hollms Street SA 5313 Prck up and Delrvery FRANKLIN BOWLING CENTER Business Phone Residence Phone I.Exmgton 5244 0996 ARbutus 61 GENERAL SUPPLY COMPANY Stanley Knrght Soda Fountams SODA FOUNTAIN TAVERN RESTAURANT HOTEL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTORS FOR COCA COLA WILLIAMI IBILLI SLATTERY Owner 613 N Eutaw Street Baltimore 1 Md GASSINGER BROTHERS Complete Home Outfxtters 1752 TO 1776 N GAY STREET Cor Patterson Park Avenue GUTTENBERG MOTOR COMPANY 402 Eastern Ave Sales OLDSMOBILE Servxce Repamng on All Make Cars PETES SELF SERVICE Meats Frozen Foods Grocenes 639 S Patterson Pk Ave Br 9716 CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES OF 1952 HUTZLER BROTHERS C0 IRVINGTON PHARMACY MR 6. MRS VALENTINE R INGSON Phone PLaza 9067 BODY WORK PAINTING Nxght CLifton 1303 TUNE UP 6 BRAKE SERVICE IOHNNY S AUTO SERVICE We Buy and Sell Used Cars ROAD SERVICE 24 I-IOUR TOWING SERVICE 114 N HIGH STREET ICorner Fayette! MARVIN WILBANKS Baltlmore 2 Maryland C. I. LANGENFELDER G SON, Inc. 'A' H4 Smcere best wrshes from your nexghborhood HIGHS ICE CREAM STORE 4110 Fredenck Avenue ALICE V DONNELLY HAMPDEN CLEANERS FINEST IN DRY CLEANING Garments m by 11 A M Out by 4 P M Edwma C M Drushler IohnG Hobler Phone LOnqwood 2878 THE IRVINGTON SHOP Ladxes Men s and C1-Illdren s FumIshInqs Dry Goods Notxons Nove1tIes Greetmg Cards for All Occasxons 4114 FREDERICK AVE BALTIMORE 29 MD 421 N LOUDON AVENUE BALTIMORE 29 MD IAMES I HOPKINS FURNITURE Ottenng The Best Lmes of Better Furnnure Rugs and Beddmq Phone 1.0nqwood 6966 RED HYATTS MEN S SHOP 1715 Eastem Ave Baltunore 31 Maryland 662 IOHN I KAVANAGH 1942 House of Delegates KRALICEK S FOOD MARKET Baltxmore 6 Md 638 GOVANS CAFE Charlesl Maenner Prop MU 9221 CHARLES and BENNY Props FRANK S CAFE Bard Lounge Compllments PACKAGE Goons sou: ON SUNDAYS WIH 1126 W BALTIMORE ST BALTIMORE 17 MD DONOVAN FUNERAL HOME 3818 Roland Ave Baltrmore Md AUSTIN E DONOVAN 23 Years Expenence BE1mont 08 0 3 FRED GROSS 6. SONS INC 1300 5 Chmon Skeet Franklln ESSO Servlcenter B1'0CdWClY 1460 Frankhn Street and Warwzck Avenue Williams OIL-O-MATIC Oil Bumers THE GEORGE I. FALTER CO. Gilmor 9054 7 A M - 12 M Stop in - Get Acquainted WHOLESALE coNEEc'rIoNEns TIRES TUBES Gilmor and Masher St. BATTERIES Wllkens 9721 LOnqwood 2672 - Br 1 1007 W. 36 Street Ch. 9515 - 3 - - . - - 5939 Marluth Ave. - ' ' Ha. 6 of . . . . . . P. . ' 1 1 l Phone: LOngwood 6966 IAMES I. HOPKINS Fumiture 421 N. Loudon Avenue Baltimore 29, Md. Offering: The Best Lines of Better Furniture, Rugs and Bedding LITTLE'S FUNERAL HOME Since 1903 IOHN T. STANSBURY. Successor 2700 Edmondson Avenue Baltimore 23. Md. Phone LOngwood 3470 KELLY CLUB OF ST. MARTINS Sponsors of Camp St. Martins Love Point, Md. LAFAYETTE SEAFOOD CO North Avenue Market Electrical Wiring and Repairs - Lamps and Appliances New and Old House Wiring a Specialty-Wiring for Light and Power-Prompt Service-CAtonsville 5950 FREDERICK P. MILLER 6 SON Licensed and Bonded Electrical Contractors Catonsville's Oldest Electrical Contractors 818 FREDERICK AVE CATONSVILLE 28, MD MILLER CHEVROLET SALES nc For Study and Sport You Need Clear Vision Have Your Eyes Examined at F W McALLISTER CO 110 W Fayette Street Baltimore l BEI.mont 0504 NEW SYSTEM BAKERY 921 923 W 36th Street HAMPDEN Home of F me Baked Goods MEYER 6 THALHEIMER Stationers Toys Pnnters 10 N Howard Street LE 0790 Bus LO 8737 Res Hours 830 am to 7 pm Sat to 9 p m S B MILLS Iewelers at 1221 W Baltimore Street for over 60 years G A WEISE Prop Diamonds Watches Eye Glasses Clocks Iewelry I SPEVAK PEST CONTROL LExmgton 6344 ELECTRIC LOVE she wants a date-Meter N she comes to call Recetver 5010 Frederick Avenue she wants an escort-Conductor f you think she s picking your pocket Detector Baltimore 29 Md she s slow of comprehension Accelerator she goes up in the air-Condenser shes hungry Feeder Wl 5565 WI 9857 she s a poor cook Discharqer f she eats too much Rectifier f her hands are cold Heater she fumes and sputters Insulator she wants a holiday Transmitter she s narrow in her views Amplifier GEORGE E MILES she s a pest Exterminator IUST CALL VOGEL RITT zaa sr PAUL PLACE BALTIMORE 2 I . If If - ' . I lf I , . - . If . . - , . If ' If ' - It ' - I B .. 1 - I If - If ' - ' H , . . - .. . lf ' - ' . , MD. t Q - Ilb Good Luck to the Class of 1952 HOCHSCHILD, KOHN KELLY BUICK SALES CORP. PEabody 3603 - 3604 SINDLER'S Home Fumishers Since 1887 No Extra Charge for Credit 428-430 S. Broadway 1613-1621 Eastem Avenue Baltimore 31, Md. IMandS MR. and MRS. IOHN I. KOHLES LAMBDA SIGMA SORORITY EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL MR and MRS MORRIS LOTT MacNABB FUNERAL HOME Fredenck and Wade Avenue Catonsvxlle 4770 LACEY BEAUTY SHOP LITSINGER SIGN CO LINBERGER BOX CO nc General Sheet Metal Work We Fumxsh Install and Reptxr MARTIN S HEATING SERVICE PLUMBLING AND HEATING MYRON F MARTIN 2613 Lxberty Parkway Dundalk 1476 Dundalk 22 Md MCCOMAS 61 SON Meats and Provlsxons 57 S Carrollton Avenue Mmon REPAIRS nom: snnvlcl-: LINDES SUNOCO SPECIALISTS TIRES and ACCESSORIES Fredenck 6 Prospect Avenues C t ill 28 Md a onsv e PLaza 2157 8 Near Hollxns Market Call CA 9731 for delxvery servxce f of I . Wh01eSf11e Gnd Retail GAS - LUBmcA1'1NG - ou. - cms wnsl-IBD K - - - - I M I I7 gi 1' l' l i i HARRY A. BRODBECK EASTERN OVERALL CLEANING CO. 4 Fathers Club Sf WM CATON CHAPMAN FUEL CORP 410 S Caion Ave Blue Coal Fuel O11 O11 Burners Florlst Gxlmor 5636 II8 DOUGHN UT CORP OF AMERICA Elhcott CIIY Md F AIRWAY REALTY CO We Speclallze m West Balnmore and Suburban Properhes Good Buys 1n Home Properiy IF YOU WANT TO SELL IT! IF YOU WANT TO BUY IT' Call Gllmor 1738 1300 WALNUT AVENUE Mothers Club zgwqzg FOURTEEN HOLY MARTYRS ir DANIEL A. FORD. IR. 6. COMPANY, Inc. Insurance 225 East Redwood St. Balhmore 2, Maryland Plaza 2787 1 l l II9 1 1 l I Goifmans Hobby Center Arbutus Texaco Stairon Best Wlshes THE REDEMPTORIST FATHERS A FRIEND Sacred Heart Church Hrghlandtown LEx1ngton 5714 Estabhshed 1924 KACHAUSKAS FUNERAL HOME MU1berry 8617 Charles W Kachauskas Ir FUNERAL DIRECTOR 637 Washmgton Boulevard Ofhce 703 McHENRY STREET BALTIMORE 30. MD. I20 1l 1 I . Y H K4 , , o 1 0 O MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PHILIP T BANNON Presldent ALBERT M CASHOUR Ist Vice Presldent LEO M GARY 2nd Vxce Presldent BRO LEO FRANCIS C F X Correspondmg Secretary MARK A O HARA Treasurer REV CHARLES M DELAVIGNE O P Chaplcnn Varsity Dnve-ln Restaurant I2l EDWARD D. DEVANNY ................... Recording Secretary I ' M A Jr . - ' LE 1976 Prompt Delxvery Honor the Hour Wxth an Abbey Flower ABBEY FLORIST I-hgh and Lombard Sts Balumore 2 I I Doherty G P Amkas LExxngton 2738 B R O W N S BALTIMORE HOME EQUIPMENT CO Ladxes and Men s Clothmg House Furmshmgs 927 W Baltimore Street Baltxmore 23 Md ANTON C ATHMANN Ofhce and Res Llberty 8606 NICK CAMPITELLI Presrdent BETTER HOMES CONSTRUCTION CO Incorporated General Contractors Homes Under Construction on 3612 3818 Lockwood Road IOH ot Liberty Roadl 5100 Arbutus Avenue Baltxmore 15 Md BUTLER 6. NEALE Realtors 3529 Edmondson Ave LO 7285 BBM SHOES SOCKS AND HOSE For the Enttre Famxly A Gentleman s Bar BURY S CHICAGO EXPRESS INC Stuart M Whlsner Termxnal Manager BALTIMORE SALVAGE CO 4 Stores At Your Servrce Buy the Best and Strll Pay Less BELL MOTOR CO Chevrolet Burck Oldsmoblle BELAIR ROAD HUDSON INC 4709 Belatr Road GUI-'FMAN S HUBBY CENTER HEADQUARTERS FOR PHOTO SUPPLIES Kodak Ansco Argus Bell Howell Ampro Grailex Busch Delur De- fender FR GE and others MODEL SUPPLIES Amencan Flyer Lxonel Mantua Skyline Strombecker Testors Ber sted Ideal Globe Xacto Dreml Casco and others We maxl anywhere 1n the world GOFFMAN'S HOBBY CENTER 330 PARK AVENUE BALTIMORE 1. MD. LEX 88 BUTLER OPTICAL CO. 413 N. Charles St. PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 45 Good Luck and Best Wxshes to the CLASS OF 52 from BELL HAVEN RESTAURANT FRED APPEL. Prop 4604 Eastem Avenue ........n...J . . . 'Mdl 1 1 1 u i . 1 . I I ' . .' ' I 3203 Eastern Ave. . ' . I . . . , . I I I I22 THE EVERLASTING VAULT CO INC LA 3835 LA 0059 EAGLE COAL COMPANY Wholesale 6. Retml Anthraclte COAL Brtumrnous Fulton Avenue and Laurens Street Baltimore Md EMPIRE POULTRY COMPANY Quahty Dressed Poultry S Charles St Balhmore I Md Telephones Plaza 1274 1275 IRVINGTON DELICATESSEN an DINING ROOM Fme Foods Carry Out Servlce 40314033 Frederrck Avenue Baltimore 29 Md LO 9604 THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA Dxstnbutors of the quahty tea coffee and staple grocenes smce 1856 vsnshes to extend Its conqratulatlons to the graduatmg class of MT ST IOSEPHS COLLEGE 1952 I W Hexser Sales Manager THOMAS S GEORGE Consultmq Engmeer 105 E Pleasant Street Baltunore 2 Md PLaza 1354 ESLER S ECKHARDT S COLLEGE PHARMACY Fredenck Ave 6. Marydell Road Baltunore Maryland Say rt wrth Flowers CATHERINES FLORIST 6. GIFT SHOPPE 524 Eastem Avenue IEssexI Essex 21 Maryland RELIGIOUS ARTICLES Phone Essex 1735 Essex 2927 CROWN CLOTHES Famous Brands of Men s Wear Since 1925 508 S Broadway Charge Accounts Invrted THE CATONSVILLE HERALD ARGUS P G Stromberg Publrsher CATON TAVERN AT THE IUNCTION CONCRETE BLOCKS CINDE BLOCKS Cinder BLOCK Corp 3307 W COLD SPRING LANE Liberty S528 I LEO MUELLER IR Nana er 305 . . ' , . 1 d Compliments of CO. 'lr It . . .. 1 Q I 23 MILK IS BETTER 1n GLASS Bottles INSIST ON THEM BUCK GLASS COMP Baltrmore 30 Md Manufacturers of Balttmore Glass M1114 Bottles for a Half Century HAm1lton 3721 HAm1lton 9834 ANGELINA S RESTAURANT ANY Servmq Italxan Amencan Style Food Beer Wme Llquors 7135 Harford Road Baltrmore 14 Md AMRHEIN BROS P165 The Quallty Pre of Today Gllmore 1473 or 1474 306 W Baltlmore Street A Great Name on the Road' AMERICAN OIL COMPANY Phone GI 9725 Busmess Mens Luncheons at 65c ADAMS RESTAURANT AND BAR 2678 Dulany Street tSouth of 2600 Frederick Avel Baltrmore Maryland Sea Food Dehcxous Dmners nn Season at Reasonable prxces TUXEDOS TAILS CUTAWAYS ADLER S Formal Wear for Hue 405 W Frankhn Street Phone LExmgton 3368 ACCESSORIES SUMMER FORMALS Phone VErnon 5666 THE BALTIMORE MOTOR COACH CO DE LUXE MOTOR COACHES FOR ALL OCCASIONS RESTIVO BROTHERS 619 West Blddle Street Bcrltrrnore I, Md. THE ALCAZAR ak ' ALTON E COAT MAKERS I24 TWIN CITY SUPPLY CO WENCKS Dundalk Md Serv1ce Stahon COAL FUEL OIL Washlngton Boulevard and Caton Avenue OIL BURNERS Gllmor 9436 EDmondson 4330 M S Burmmgham G Son Dundalk 2220 BETHOLINE SINCLAIR Call Wllkens 4200 LOnqwoo:I 0153 Wllkens 6233 IARBOE BROTHERS LOHR es. FRITZE STORAGE WAREHOUSES MOVING PACKING RUG CLEANING Agent Alhed Van Lines Long Dlsiance Movmq asaz 34 FREDERICK AVENUE Balumore 29 Flonsts 106108 Sorrent Avenue REA KEECH MOTOR C0 Sales and Servlce Phone Edmondson 0400 Congratulations and Best Wlshes io the GRADUATES OF 1952 from Belair Road and Parksxde Dnve 4724 Frederick Avenue Baltunore 6 Md Phone LOngwood 5545 e Dehver 7052 CARROLL A READ REENACHS RESTAURANT Hardware 1600 Fredenck Road 4102 04 Fredenck Avenue Ccxionsvxlle Baltlmore 29 See Us for Your House or Garden Needs I2 I . DODGE AND PLYMOUTH CARS i W ' LO JOHN LOTZ 8: SONS Modern Plumblng and Heatlnq Modern Gas and O11 Heatlnq Un1ts OHICB 2309 McElderry Street Baltrmore 5 Maryland Broadway 0586 GEORGE WM LOTZ MARTIN LOTZ MUlberry 6514 HOpk1n 9074 PARR 6, STEADMAN CO Hardware 6 Pamt Two STORES To SERVE You North Pomt Road and Wxse Avenue 1207 W Balt: o e St 446 Bel dere A e B lt1moe23 Bat oel2 POP S TAVERN Potted Plant Telepho C tl-'lo er PE body 4059 PUBLIC TELEPHONE SECRETARIAL PERZYNSKI and FILAR SERVICE Flonsts FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS E ste e Balt mo e 31 PUBLICATION PRESS INCORPORATED 200 North Bentalou Street Baltlmore Est 1892 POTTHAST BROS Inc M k sofI"1neH dMade x re THE TRUE ANTIQUES OI-' TOMORROW 924N Ch le Stet HOWARD A PETZ PATAPSCO COUNCIL 31960 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Catonsvxlle, Md MR G MRS CHARLESI OHARA I26 ii in 1117 1 l - if u- i I I . I . . , . 'm r . ve v . a ' r lim r s u w s a I I I ' I D O 1742 a rn Av . i r , 1 . a er ' an - . Furn'tu . ar s r e 1 , . . . REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD AND EXC!-IANGED Qutck lst Mortgage Buxldlng Assoclatlon Loans IOHN H SAUSE IR Realtor 801 SOUTH ELLWOOD AVENUE Baltimore 24 Maryland Daxly Res 3605 Crossland Ave EAstern 3425 TUxedo 1576 MISS MARY MARGARET RUTA MR 6. MRS IOHN P WALSH Gllmo 1277 IOSEPH M STROHMER House Furnlshmgs PAINTS HARDWARE GLASS 2002 W Pratt Street J DAN KULKER Inc A S NOHE Secretary and General Manager Lumber Archltectural Mlllwork 200 W COLD SPRING LANE Hopkms 4400 BATTERIES AND ROAD SERVICE RUSS S AUTO SERVICE 202 S Albemarle Street Balhmore 2 Md NORTH END PRINT SHOP Leonardtown Md Iob Prmttng oi Quahty and D1st1nct1on Phone GR 53071 I FRANK GUY Prop WIX AND MEISER CAt THE PARADISE Under Ne Management Beer Wxnes Lxquors Seafood 6412 Fredenck Road Catonsv111e 28 Md 5248 Phone LOngwood 6966 IAMES I HOPKINS Furnlture Offering The Best Llnes of Better Furmture Rugs and Bedding 421 N Loudon A enue BALTIMORE 29 MARYLAND R E I C H H A R T S RESTAURANT TAVERN Alpme Vlllage for Prlvate Partles 220810 Harford Road l 1 1 4 I Ai 41 - i i 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 ' ., .-I3 I' 1 1 Q I 1 Q c I no I ' on Q , W 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 We 1 1 1 11 1 . . 1 1 1 11 - . V 3 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I27 1 1 -ul i I SCHANKEN 'S TAVERN Light Lunch and Sea Food Beer - Wines - Liquors 2248 WILKINS AVENUE ARBUTUS ass 1829 A L STROMBERG CO Real Estate Insurance Sale 5508 East D we Arbutus 27 Maryland Rentals Property Management Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS OF 1952 from MISS MARION RYBARCZYK and her fiance MR. PHILIP R. WASKIEWICZ Class ot 1952 Good I. ck to All Good I. uck to Us Compliments M E W A Friend MT ST IOSEPH RILEY 8: STANFORD Producers and Shippers of Ocean Coves and Chincoteague Bays F lnest Oysters WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone Snow H111 389 I3 GIRDLETREE MARYLAND 644 Ingleside Avenue Catonsville 29 Md DI 8621 DAVID WIEGMAN Ieweler 3210 Eastern Avenue Baltimore 24 Md CA 4280 MUlberry 5420 ZIRKLER S BAKERY Erwm Zxrkler Prop QUALITY SWEET GOODS VELLEGGIA S ITALIAN RESTAURANT The Original P A N Z E R PICKLES AND KRAUT Manufactured by GEORGE PANZER S SONS 608 S Bond Street 46 48 S Carrollton Avenue Phone an oaoo Stalls as 240 Broadway Market ot . of s. . WILHIDE'S FLOWERS 128 LO 2300 WARD 6. STULL Realtors Specializing in the Sale of Homes in West and Northwest Baltimore 3029 W. NORTH AVENUE BALTIMORE 16, M.D IAMES A. WRIGHT AND FAMILY MEYER 6. THALHEIMER Stationers Printers ToYs 10 N. Howard Street Plaza 6340 SECURITY 6. SURETY REALTY CO. 1210 Light Street Baltimore 30 Md Phone SAratoga 4644 Otlice Gllmor 7400 Residence Gllmor 6028 GEO. SCHWAB FUNERAL HOME Frederick and Pulaski Streets Baltunore Md AIR CONDITIONED MODERN EQUIPMENT Day MOhawk 4384 Night Mohawk use SIN .IIN PRODUCTS CU makers CLEAR AIRE You See Them Everywhere EXHAUST FANS 5236 40 FAIRLAWN AVENUE BALTIMORE 15 MD DIAL LO 7240 UPLANDS PACKAGE GOODS 4001 Edmondson Avenue Beers L I Q U O R S Wines PROMPT FREE DELIVERY COLD BEER TO GO UIIIUERSIJII ullBIllIllll0lIE SCHOOL OF LAW SYEAR EVENLNGMP 9 n a 9 eg the LLB deg u B a natlo S PRE LAW 2 YEAR DAY o EVENING P oqram q altfies for La Sch ol SCHOOL OF BUSINESS INDUSTRY AND MANAGEMENT 4 YEAR DGY d 6YEAR EVENING P g arns leading to gee Ma ge e s al M g ent Ma lretng and Trans JUNIOR COLLEGE ZYEAR DAY d ZYEAR EVENING P q YEAR DAY L q n s y .1 e 9 AA d W C ll for looklef 1420 N CHARLES ST BALTIMORE 1 MARYLAND SACRED HEART BOOK SHOP 528 S Conkling Street Between Eastern Ave and Fleet St HIGHLANDTOWN Books Pamphlets Religious Articles Religious Greeting Cards Rosanes Medals Prayer books Statues Crucifixes Etc BRoadway 3967 WHITE STAR BARBER SHOP ANGELO cLomoso Prop Op n Monday thru Friday from B A M to 7 P M Saturday from 8 A M to 9 P M 1110 W Baltimore St Baltimore 23 Md JAMES PERRY WADE I I 0 ' 4 . - O ll ll I . . . . ' . ' I u . - . rorameain . r, e ' .. .. qualifies for t aryland State Bar x mi ' n . . . I, r u ' 0 . . . w o . ' . . . . I - an - ro r the B.S. e r in Accounting, Business na mont, Financ , Indu tri ana em , r i , - portation. - an - ro rams in Liberal Arts, and 2- e a ecretar , Administr tive Secretary and M dical Secretary Programs leadin to the . . egree. rife or a I29 J. JENKINS SONS CU., Inc. Manufacturers of MT. ST. IOSEPH COLLEGE IEWELRY 20 West Redwood Street Mul. 3394 Roads I. EDWARD CUSTY CO. Since I3-15 S. Carrollton Avenue 1935 Coffees and Teas By Pram 3173 DRUMMOND 6 CO Inc AUSTIN E DONOVAN Funeral Home 3818 Roland Avenue WM 5 FIALKOWSKI 25 Years of Personal Servlce ont 0803 WHOLESALE 6. RETAIL C H LAHKINS SONS Crabs Crab Meat Frsh and Oysters Smoked and Salted Frsh 110 N EUTAW STREET WE DELIVER MULBERRY 4685 4686 STAGBAR Phone Gu. 9571 FARLEY FUNERAL HOME FRED S CAFE Fredenck and Shady Nook Avenues 340 slmson Skeet Balhmore 23 Md WI 2131 CA 7667 CHOICE nssns Q d LIGHT wmss Mulbe y 4573 GUARANTEED REPAIRS CENTURY RADIO TELEVISION CO FREDERICK FUCHS Sales Servrce Satxsfactxon Watchmaker Installatxon and Repaxrs 704 N Eutaw Street Baltimore Md W Balt mo e St Balt ore 23 Md I30 umm O O Il If 915 . i f . im , , ' ' ' 1 - Z - M I I w I r M CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES A MESSAGE TO THE PARENTS In order to provxde for your son s unrnedlate needs hxs higher educatxon and future open an account for hun at the AUGUSTA tor any amount where xt IS INSURED up to S10 00000 and on whrch he w111 recewe hberal semx annual dxvxdends WRITE OR CALL AUGUSTA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 416 NORTH HOWARD STREET bust below Frankhnl BALTIMORE 3 MD COMMUNITY IEWELERS CATON PHARMACY Drcrmonds Watches SIIVEHNCIXG mn the Expert Watch Repcnnnq W11k1ns Shopprnq Center 403 Eastern Avenue We Have Your Doctors Conhdence 1630 Phone WI 0132 Alte atlons Rep ir Nxqht CHes 1853 POST CLUB 476 THE CROWN ELECTRIC COMPANY V F W Contractors and Engmeers 227 31 N Front Street Baltlmore 2 Md THOMAS J KENNY Inc FUNERAL DIRECTORS Hollxns and Gllmor Streets GI1mor 5473 Balumore 23 Md CHESAPEAKE MOTOR LINES Inc 340 W North Avenue Baltunore 17 Md Carr er ot the Natxon s Fmest Foods LA 8150 8151 DeLUCA DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO nc IOHN DITTMAR 6. SONS Inc SINCE 1876 Lumber Mxllwork 800 808 E Pratt Street P 1671 2 3 ANTHONY F D1DOMENICO Cnty Councrlman 2nd Dlstnct i 1 H ex Power-Lighting Phone: PI.aza 1402 r ' - a s ' - . o 1 o 1 . I . ,. i . , . ., L . . I3I BRUDER'S ESSO SERVICENTER Care Saves Wear CAREY AND FRANKLIN STREETS BALTIMORE 23, MD F M BRUDER Phone Gllmor 9510 LOYOLA COLLEGE BALTIMORE Conducted by the Iesuit Fathers City Suburban Campus 20 Mlnutes from Downtown Baltlmole Varied Choice of MaJor Sublects Apply to THE REGISTRAR LOYOLA COLLEGE BALTIMORE 10 MARYLAND Phone Chesapeake 1020 SHORE DISTRIBUTORS Iohn E Morris Wholesale Plumblng and Heating Supplies American Standard National and American Bethlehem Steel Iohns Manville Products Salisbury Maryland I32 if ' - ik . . , ik . . . . al' Military Science Courses under R.O.T.C. ALL-WEATHER KOTALIZED RUBBER TENNIS COURTS and ROADS DRUMMOND 8: COMPANY Inc Estabhshed 1935 Plkesvllle 7900 Estimates Furmshed Establxshed 1922 I Henry 6: Co Inc DUTCH BOY OR EAGLE WHITE LEAD USED INTERIOR P EXTERIOR Call HAm1lton 1633 IF NO ANSWER CALL CL1iton 4192 5700 FAIR OAKS AVENUE Legal for Trust Funds Establxshed 1916 Savxnqs Insured Up to S10 000 00 FAIRVIEW FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 2013 2015 Frederlck Avenue Baltlmore 23 Maryland Open Dally Except Saturdays Also Monday Ntqhts S100 Opens An Account Phone Gllmor 3484 I33 , . C Ol I MemberP't'qGD t'qC t t tA ' I O Congratulations to the Studenis from JOSEPH R. SCHNEIDER EDMONDSON VILLAGE Has Everyihmg Acres of Free Parklng M GINGER YEWELL OE IOHN UNITED STATE CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY RELAY MARYLAND II . I . Icxmes P. Lcxzzcmti C42 The 1952 MOUNT TOWER Was pro duced under the personal SUDGIVISIOD :fa CX of lohn C. Ursprunq, jr. C 1 Q e 34 , 1 r A ff: S t 5 ii, ., 1 WW f Z' gt? 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